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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f ir J Y IJ11U SLEDEft tlid ul It apapet l 7 I N A 9 New SeiiesVo11 WASHINGTON COfKTY KENTUCKY JULY SO II96 t o i 41 Local or Business Notices cents per Hue for ih first inaorUou aud 5 cents forj each subtt uent Insertion 4 tails AiwUJattsiand political matter 1OentaLerflne Jpb Work is done atM rates but cash mustJoBipaldi ou eLy of ROpdi i f atffKdvartisIng coLtrmts made on liberal i terms Obituaries and resolutions of respect 8 tpoflino 4 vv fQt7 rtnCOWLtYiMaKlal esj2tOi I CowitfSqora + HrsOO lisrIOtfla J 1000- ii CH1RGIDtRECTORVV + BAPTIST CHURCH JlaV RP Jacobs Pallor Services every Sunday at a m nnd 8 p m Sunday j Behoof t8 39i PraTW W otins on Wed k n sday night at l8Q p n HODIST mIJtiy1r L Murrvll PaorSrrices on t ttho First and Third Sundays in each month ij 1Lamandm tJp snY E uANCHURqn t tMsaunders rctor Se vices every Sunrtay at IV a ci an 8pm Pruy jr Meet 4Yfb3tS CATHOLIC CHURCH ViF1I n8rJ tor e caovrYC tS da 83 lO ot4ockarn- iS llcMJ it t Pose uno boutf t Ih 1iOCr RJ1i RDERS I M sonic tonoz3pringflehUodge No 50 mKta oooond ilondo in each month- S e tWashington KO Rhapter No 27 meet evrry third Tuesday t Springfield Council No 62 meets every jurthMondaynKsionTa or Hosoi leott every f j tind fourth Monday Jn ach month ondI ItsioiiTs ir TneMiCAMKHs Meots t i jJ COUNTY PllI TORYt cIFCUIOOURT Circuit Court beplhs t ou Mo- jk 1 Fobruary Mny AndOtor L fl C E l4Uorsonl Judfjo f f fJ TTJJ Swooocj CjOPjraonwcalth Attorney PMCampLkrk- T W Slnwae KastSr Commissioner QUArtTFRLY COURT i r Quarterly tourtiatedontbetbIrd MonE ay in January AprU Ju1r udOctQMr l Jaclc W Thompson Judpo 4 s f COUNTY COURT County Court raeets onjthe foarth MonI KViln each montiX n i tj r 4LJack Tnoraptpn Jude WP Hooker County Clerk tocoySI1JRBmil1JaJler J T Craycrof Sherlfl AVRThurman JB PoAroii SpeputlB3 dM3t t eJ tt JaxePdoore cothitySuvoyor WD81arpAscsor 1 tANoeDeput i atI Elioy ul tr Ics e 1 11 f f JT CNoe 5PRIAOVICLDrnRCOTOP EoltceJudgd I J tiJohuGracefMafSisK t u V W O Reed CltyAttorney irJ t1T r n 4 t JUSTICE COURT I cJuetko courts are held in January April July awl October k ArrlYal and Depaitura of Trains 4I 421 4f IPM ql tp4sI240rvSprngfield Lv 30 20 0 15VaI1eyllh1I 51 13gaO12 6 03 tokor 547 47 6 t5 iCrnakos 5 51 6a 6 0 37WcodliWUe 6 03213 65Qll27 Ha IIrhnoB 6 j 5 40 U 18MHaidSt 1uJ 23 2 55 53g10Naz reth 6Z030t- O627 30 samuelaM 331 552t 19 2 DoatavHlo 645350 W 4SJ 1010 AJcanoHClJ 53 05 6 3 100 g 41111t151415 6r01iV5 hCprtflQflL 1 7 i 430 i t5 42 I3adatowzJc4 10 Y f 42 MhefibordsvUo 20 hcc Hurs 727- 27 Sot tb P yk l 3 4L 8 nfl Louth I ouIavllleM 7 W 5 65 4U815 Tiv Ldui3jriUoAri o8 10 lf 4 c 4jL s Ijjrmr jl = 1F f 3A ttZtt fi t Tb JHE NES= tEkDERijiSPRINGFIELD 3i01 11i 7iNTEitLUDtJ 1 6Znow not I linger Ulna So Idte in the nbmK F5r 1jnaBtraaiTnrlns On mth ncfitvr played So well his pplrltil strpnR dcjttroI Gould hand and ehtnl control OhI was life lijiht and flrel I I wua a living rorchance within n faroff land The masUr plays end tdn Whdrcforo I nbvertseihts hand Ut on joy strluga Vet et jia there wo that Tlgllheep Stfp1 a ehadefigbt I Julow she Will oat slfcJvuor weep Who visit mo tiaigI- itetthre7cIecIbow ofl There wake a pin supreme Bbo touehta with flrtRoo Loft Like flugvra la druam- Tboz have power holiilcn song Within my chords to sdr But for his sake who iournuya long I tIn would eolaod bo She PS3CS rid Juno I Anil hlluit the dead And rtt I know that cho and both been comforted L nilcm Lftor1T World GOSSIP filfALts The will of the late yi Francis WeUswas probated before County Judge Thompson here on lust Monday The dcc jutnent is rather a lengthy one and in It arenumerous bequests both large and small The Pill ayaswritUin by Hon John W Ijawn and dictatedt by Mt Walls in 1894 Taq great bulk of the estate of the deceased Is divided among his children six IP num ber The largest bequests are to his son 14chaoL be leaves a farm known as the Powell farm of 240 acres t500 stock in the Peoples Deposit BanIflud a Washington county bond of 1000 To John Walls ho leaves the Yates farm in Washington coucty covering 225 acres to be his in feesimple with all tipper tuinencies Ho also leaves John SIIOOO Washington county bond To his daughter Lettie W Simms be loavos th j Walls homo placo containing 230 ncresTo Jdrs Kitu Wulfe Kuhn he leaves 55 lId es of land in Jefferson couuty adjoining the city of Louisville TQ Miss Fannie Wall he bequeathed aU of his real esv ale in tim city of Columbus Ga and fiCOOiin money To Miss Bull Wall ho leaves property in Spainglleld t known us jhe Cen ral HOtel property and 2000 in cash To Frank Wall Jr he leaves fl ofhis lots atSpring Hill rirar Wall Station in Pennsylvania Property at yf Station Pennsylvania whicn is very yal able and which cqmprises the biggest part of the estate is let he divided spare and share alike among his children Ben SFrfSVtnras Frank1 Walt Jr and his sonitilawt Mr Kuhn areI named as executors NuinerQUR small bequests are made tahis tjBphows and nei es and grand children The sum of 2000 is ct aside for a suitable monument to bo erectod and the deceased requests in the will that it bela scribed on his tomb that he was a mechanic and engineer of skill and experience Early as it may POLITICAL 4hpre is cone idorabte gossip conorniDg the race for Sheriff otho county which istu como off ht November 1897 I uncThrsta dthat the Democratic ticketsi Hayie been made up One is compo4ed of H B Powell ByronJprbake Sidney Osborne and probably Henry Graham or Ed Masters while Watt Wycoff VfRTiuirman Jim Montgom ery and Joe Bodinc are spoken of for tho other ticket Bothof thoabbvpmcntioi ed ticketb Airo Demo r tic and jho claims of the two will prjDbably be sottled by Democratic primary cr con venUwn The Republicans wjli also have out a strong ticket it is said whoa the proper time comes which will give a race to either of thot5ckets Cure For lIcatlache- AaatffliCdyfOraLt forms of liendtuJio Elcotrip Bitters has proved to be tlio very est It cta a permanent cure and thamo4 dreaded habitual sick headaches whorarotliis remedy a faicrjlrial In cases of habitual constlplmfin racctri Bitters cures bygivlngrttio needed toqo to the bowels Vndfe vOiisoB loijg resist the no- of tia mftffTniii ivVjt once fifty n l attrld 1 fert WiTtfflOR FARMERS orjorr1tE FiUpftZI qupstoiltfo sent injtoclc or crop items or puMlflatlbn The prospects now arc that the Springfield Fair trota and pacea this year will ba tht best iu the hiatory of the association The entries are large arid the Stock flratclasa j L The Sigh rise In Salt river thia vreok overjlovrod many of the bottoinn do atroyin thai cora crop long the fltrcaxn ftomfrlercef to Bullilf counties and great danilJgo cur Gdiln thelat tor countyitt There vrero eaven entries in the allow for eaddlo atalliona snare or gelding etke 200 si tho Richmond Pair Wednoeday Gay Broa inaro Mattio Bridgeford got flrat money Thornton Star eecqnd money Monte Crilto Jr third and C A Harps Stella IT From Iyette fourth r i i Much of Mftdinon couutye wheat in the shook hr3 been ruined LyconHtant and heavy rains In Boyle county it has rained almost continually for nearly two weokfo and over half tho wheat crop and oat crop have been doitroyed tt t Tho flrat lotof beef cattle ehipped from thia placo left hero Saturday They were raised by Mr R Y Mc Elrby on hia farm ibin county There wero 16 heed that averaged 1000 pounds They wore of the Polled Angua breed and three yenra old Thev were shipped to Now York and will no doubt bring a fancy prico The Discover tave Jiis Lif- cMrG Cnilloucttf DroRgist KoaYcrs rifle UK To Dr Klnts New Is iMivory I pwo my life WnH t ken wHh la grippe and tried nil tbo plivftlcliuis for miios about lint of no nyail and was gtyoi tip uiil toll I t9Uld not Ihc hay irrigDr Kinds New Disetvry tn my store sont f r a bnttlo and be+an ill use nnd from the tIrMt dose tgnzt to got lot tor and uftcriisins tl reo botiliii up surd about again It ia worth its weight lit gold Vo aint hoep house uithuut It Got a froo trial tt liny don Robert REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THK FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Kjinngfield In the StsUo of Kyat the olosv or busiuesa July 14 riO 1767 t7cmLoang ana Di00untslG030S75Overdrafts secured and una cur d 85 U S Honda to scuro circulation 3760000- Stoclta jeourlties etc 951000 UanWag houao Injrnlturc Fix tnrSs 700003 Duo frein Mtttiouftl Banks not Bo sorvoAgcntsi 148077 Duo from Htato Dunks it Jiankfra 40113 Duo from Approved nwwvo agents 1750 58 Notwa of othir Natlouwl DHUU 20400 Kraotiwial p pir currency nickels awlcenu5321rrtiztA pee1o11aM62SLgaItndor 1547835 Redemption fund with U SJlreas- ur r 5 per cent of ciryulathto lftS750 Total fM W40J rxnD Capital stock piidtat0000000ur- pIua Fund 1 Undivided promts less expenses and taxes jiaid Ii4193 National Hok notes outstanding 3H750 00 Duo to other Natiobal Birtiki 2QC33I Due W Stat Bank and ftankora 48iS Individual Deposits subject to chock 5099S9B rime c rilicatea of deposit 585314- 4oteaand bills redlscobntod 5WOOO TotLL t2Oi I509 Sup or KKJTCCKT corxrr or VTsstt INGtOV Ii A C McBlror Cashier of this above nauifcd bank do Solemnly sv ar that tho above statement is true to the beet of my knowledge and bellut k MoELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to bofoni mO 23th day of July 1S96 thisIJ A N P W Co coanacvAtthstS SIDNEY GRSBN orsBIA Stiluh triTllUoJt tlrteont Aycra Pills lIotcd many a fit of aidnosrf liutwlion a remedy dpon not hn pon to bpnt hand oli lit nilmeuta arb liable so be ncRloctcd end the result freqiuoutly is serious illnosE theroforo alvniobo auppllbd with Ayerh Pills Tho Idea of advertising an eye salve for tho curo of piles did not trlko tho fancy of Dr Sutliorliind conservative dispositfort and this ho never did liunilrfdH of pooplo wroto the E E untilj nilftn Mcdlcino lompany Paducah Ky that they bought Sullierlands lOegh- Fivo Salvo with which they cured som- pemberef tlio family of a Bovoro Caso of airp eyes and using what was loft jtlJos which also Qllcctctl a euro ousoeof Mind blooding and itching Hos have long been cured by this allhealing tsalvo It put up in tube convenient for Anti selH flveryvh for 25 cpnts urjaio by 11a3don RClhertsou Subscribe tor the NEWSIS3MB ER only 1 a year CORRESPONDENCE HARDIWS CREEK From Our XUgultr Oorrcipondcnt Mr Editor after a silence W quite u while I thought I wouldl gwQ your renders a tot items from this carthttTho prospoct for a big corn crqp was never hotter JJ F Griffin haa the champion brood sow She raieed thirteen pigs of one litter And twelve bt them are boar pjga fuv Jacobs of your town preached at ilardins Crock church last Suuday He b a good proacliot- IJrSinock1 oTIIodgfinvitle visited his Pister Mrs Garhe Wright lastt week recently totik a trip ovdr the Bear Yalbw Ianti Fredonc town turnpike Thlat has been Jree pike SinCe its completion If that and the poorhouso pike are samples of what free pikes Hre and will be may the good Lpru deliver us from oil such Those are good people who live in that petition of the MUD ty and doacrve andought to luve bettct roads Wm Burka had the misfortune to looae his flue barn one night laaf week lb o insurunco The onjjin of the fire is accounted fur upon tilt theory of spontaneous combustion as they had Quito n lot ot oats and cloiver hniintho loft Either that or there hapl yern som parlor matches dropped there and were ignited in some wiy Tho fire was soenwhilo the family wero at sup pernbout 7 oclock P M and was bursting through the roof It wae iih difficulty thjat they succeeded in gettmjfthc hoiia out Lots 8g0 UKO- Hemeinber only such roinrdica won ad initial fr exhibition at tint Wtnld Kuir as rare aveilcd for usu by pbvlicmus in tlio practiio of mcUCino Ayer Sar KaparSHa Avars hurry optoinl andI yrs 1lllnJjaiiB InoludH iu tho list TJioj are KtHiulurdniedicines BLINCOES Kroui Oar Kajjular Cwrbsp n lout This section ha had anwmHUffi dent amount of rate but at the present vritrng the weather is fISh and promising We hope it will remain so so as to allow fruits and vegotublca an opportunity to riptn and mature One night during the previous weeka valuable barn belonging to Vm Burke Hanlina Creek to getlioiiwitlt a great xlcal of food and many farming implements burned No irisusancc The cause of firt unknown Miss Gallic PftUlijs a very csii mablc lady and an d former resident neat hcre died m Cneey county oir the nineteenth the pieioutmonili while on a visit to her siator Re maiflfiWero intcrcd at Smocks Chapel A largo number of sorrowing friVnds attended the funeral anti the Diiniaterdcliveivd beauU let and Impressive sermon Your- correspondent fols deeply anil sincerely the loss ofso dear a friend and so perfect a lady as Miss Jal he Mrs JE Oaborno has returned to her homo in tiouisville after a protracted visit to hr parents Iler BjBtcrTkiM Tom Kid well R- Ccomjimiedhcr T J Kerry our local merchant is on a prospective trip to Monde county whore he has lhugh prop erty cud may move to sumo some time this fall or hemay remain wIth us andhave his store down there rcamcfl on by some one else J E FiliatreaU commenced teaching in Nelson county Monday of 1tho present week He seems to like tencbrnfn elson as this wit be his fourth school m that county lOur district school is being ufught by Mr Tout Mudd AH the patrons arciq pleaspdand wo wish Tom suc cess Corn crop so far is splendid Oats much dMnaged by the rain rChiUs prevalent over tour section Mr Job Simmsi so long sick with paralasis is very low and not expect edto liye but a short while AdSiSiJ- When the hair liagins iu faU jut or turn crar thdej1gnoed8 dodtorlug ant knQ f o L 6pooi1i ban tII11 V gettbloE1clila9JlnkJteuow r T v j i 1 t TEXAS FVqm Our Reii1irCi orr3snomle- ntIWmers aye very bifty since the recent rum Corn isi bette than it has been for many years while to baooo has bejmn to french onac Qonnt of the recent rain MeiserB Jil Olu brook and M 0 Mayos worn in Bloomficld lust WQt jf Miss Nancy T Williams who nn boon visiting Miss Dollift Green ha returned tojier home inBardatown Mrs W D Ilagsdale ond Miss Jennie Claybrook are visiting their uncles the Durrott boys of Nelson and Speuoer countics- Measer Russet R Taggcrt and OhurcliullIungnrlandatter a weeks vissit to thefamily of lIon J R Claybrook have returned to their homo in Louisville i Mr 1 W Minton of near Lebanon ntcrtaincd Ihe C 51 N II last Thursday Thosc present wwre as follows J R end V1D Clay brook Barbonr Ilinehart A Hurt 0 F and Jim Green W lUTaRaort cr Hungrerland Matt C Mayeaj Sam Evans J J Minton IL Bassei Roj Minton Misses Zelina Thomp son MIry itfuyes Bessie Claybrook Edna llurt Annie Noikirk Wo din Moore Lizzie and lloda Evans Amy Ilinehart Matciu an1 Colic Miti ton Nancy J Williams lye Froman and l lla Craycroft Sr0- FREDERICKTOWN From Our Rccilar Correspondent As this place has been silent for some tIme I will jot down a few items to let the readers of the dear old NEWELBADJUR know that we aro still in existence- Miss Lottie Kelberof Louisville who is spending the summer ot hoti Jund is now the guest of Miss Pearl Connor Miss Theresa Forst Louiivillc who h3sbecn the churning guest of Miss left Monday to spenda few ihyB in Jiiirdatcwn Rev Father Bay after a few ihys visit to Roy Father Itackmnrr lies returned to his homo in Louis yule JIiBB Mnay Elllem n Uotland is risiting Miss Pearl Connor Miaa Mary Tong liardstown spent bat week in our village Mrs Abbio Hall ofter YisitiuRin and around our town has returned to fyer homo in LouivilieS Mr John Tiompson has gone to Louisville on husinods this week Mr and Mrs Gar lalld Spring haiti spent soveal days with her parents Mr and Mrs Reidel of this place Mr Ray Blandlford Fenwic paidour town a flytng visit lost weekSMr Daniel Mclntire Holy Orosa was in our mulat lust thinll1j Mr GcoRiodel called on his best Rirl at roodlawn Sunday Mr Vem Amborry ison the sick list Mr and Mrs Rucker Brent spent last Sunday in our village Miss Nora Tucker is vioiting friends at liarslins Creek In honor of tho guests in our vil lage several entertainments were given on Wednesday evening the Misses Mclntire dehghllully enter tained a large number of friends Dancin3 h118 engaged in until a late hour Mrs Cecelia CurtsmRcr entertain ed to supper last Thursday Quite a number worn present All wont home after a pleasant evening thanking Mrs Cjirtsingcr for the delightfulmannotinwhioh she en tortamed them Mr Bob Shurclift Louisville Was the guest of Miss GUSSIQ CmbSj last Saturday and Sunday Miss Savanna Mclntire is visitsi ing Miss Mary Tong1rstoiyn WIL LSBURG From Onr Rvgulnr Corrcspona ntJ MrFrank hleficrnanand t tmily- of Louisvill are visiting friends jil lthis place Miss Fay Sutkerlaml vj itin bar brother at Rose HilLr JII Miss Gaita Hawkinsi Is visitingi srienda ill Lawreiiceburg t Mst FrIif4tLkilIo2 is- YleltinhJil8 fdtbot tths1pittct iJr 1i tht i u Kdar Wells is in Antiock this weekon business Miea Ada Searcyhas return9ltto her bfoiric In wrcueobukgllQi compuhied by tier brother aridl Mies Lula Reed Miss Hester lloasjpt jour town was visiting br many friends at this placfl last week Miss Mianie Colvin wiU teach the tmblio Bchoi lat 1hispiace Miss Winnie iid a goOd teacher ardhas had a long linO of experience ibl 1j of our school patrons regret that Miss Ella Shaunty who was to to hour publjcfichool has accepted the school at Chaplin Irh Union Sundayschool Con vention mot at this place on Stur day and appointed J B Sony a delegate to the State Convention fit Owensboro Nearly evcrv church and denomination was well ropre sentod JDr Milo Saunders ofI your town gave ssvornl intcrcating talks on Sunday school work Mr J B Seay represented this place Every churco furnibhod good rcp reeontauve Onllast Thursday the young men of this and other districts ot the county met andt orgniaed a Demo cratic club Our party has met nndI vatigoisHed one powerful onem ftit another because they wore founded upon 9sfJriiid plots and mo raontary expcdrents wile it was found ad upon unchangeable and imperishable principles upon which alono popular institutions can ever rest in realsecurity Tho party hat orrcd arid suffered but it cannot t perish for like Israel it carries tho covenant end must prevail will make Jeffsrsous pure Spirit acd remember bia devoted trust in the wisdom of the peolle aau whole imulore our brethren in every part of the Union to put aside all minor difterences all locall gr temporary questions and unite for the presor vation ittho Constitution itself Shell it bo saul of this generation of Democrats that by reason of in sane bickerings over jionessentials they lost tho heritage of their lath ors Jan wo look posterity in the faVo jimin tholust year oi the cen tury mtdo glorious by tho aocesaion of Jefferson and the Democratic party in tho first the conditions shall be rovcrseJ Should those who re1igio sly believe in Democratic principles refuse to bo sapO rated uoonainy subject whatsoever but resolye to go into the approach ing feleotioji upon Jeficrsons prim ary principles of absolute acqui escenco in the docisionsxjf majority a Jeffcrsonian president will stand on March 4 1897 and on March 4 1901 where Thdnaa Jefforahn Stood on Mar h 4 1801 and the new con tury with as brillitinta promiseto our children no this ono brought to our forefathers E hOrse Talk J Farm JournalIJ r Cover the hpnes head if ybfi nnxe occasion to lead him out of a burnirigbuihling Ifyon havo ahorse that refuses to po when asked take a 8ioll rope and wn p it twiqo or omul the leg just below the knee draw jt tiyht jiu d tie it a few minutca the horse will start If lit ahia1dhow any indication of rcpeatiiiir tthe of loose repeat tho dose aad be will bo cured effectually Do not stuff lire work horses with hay give thorn a good gram ration aid thp heaviest feeding at night Take 00 the harness and felt tlie Horses at noon at lcau1 hqur or more and you wilf accomplish more than by robing and ever tiring both yourself anjiyour hors Wo knew of a sean who never succeeds waking good esof really welltoed cpjts because they Ill never i ounde out and firm lIt ia otstingy fcedgr Penny wise and yound foolish Frequent attdntioni totheffeet is the raakihgjofmany Horaes There is no boter way tobrseak a horse of shying than to atop hin- tondgontlyhiadhin up 16 theo jcctothis fear ech tiine ttalking to him pleasantly meanwhile J1Ihoren1rllr 11CltcU oni l tleJt i a fF f 4 iHt U u 1 Iri Xt to i I1ULNllWa1P nEltMfzi7tia rnrSJ U1kL v 111aRETTYU TAitER Ahu1Incuo1UfithichidnS 4ctors dthoa thrill of horror passed thrQogh thoTasS nnc1lpnoeThcrEaW her advance to tba front anrt bow aid emih to the pobpla t RlWhchangftto ono of alano and horror Her oyttvr upon Otto cornor of 4Ja cae Thto suddenly a tterrfblo ecrSSnraSjf out over thonbiigustti ehrioc womczitafnttbo certainty U convoyed cl 1 tlUtOJ awful pfcriL A sceue ofihwas Blmpjt panio followod orteye Wn5 lhxr4 uoathe woiiien who RBtc aoHnglijgat the aide at Jbocu i inbt1crowd eevend burjy employtea caraa retailing bpldlng long iron bars and tool spikes They Burronnded fho caSc ThCYI pxldc4 ncr Jlnd mJRhtiJ relcnt148slytnto hprrlftoletL When on attedniit entered the cage tho reaction camo find the audi uce shouted and wept ittlttf onthuti earn EYCU ofjcr the dead body of the nionso had boon rcraoVed itwaascvornl 1dznofoontinocoulnet of placing hor bead li the mouth of the largcstNumldian UoaNow York Press J A Cue ofAIIIa1t lgeliegareod through a cyclone and tapered off oii a thrashing laochiiife You era charged with assault and battery on your wife i said the cpurMo the prisQUcr Are you guilty or no guiitjr vJ Net guilty your boner The offlcor who arrested you eayi hoI you flglitius with your wife mid puiicdyou away from her Yes ybur honor he did acdlwaa much obliged tohim And till you say you ard noO jguiltyr I t No your honor how do thtt1D1hato t1 nUother oiii thIS spot fS Doatyoa call that assault and bat ty5Il No Tpur honor Only assault Slid did oli tlje battciring Look at mo our honor And judgo for yfeuraeltf5 His honor in view of thor facts cutS tho flao Duohalf New York Recorder tModern Journalism Oity EditoriDid yott cocurb a deta1i ed report of that riaoilsht for Mon dayepuparl r Report6i First casnthockfofl oJ 0 horrible Brutalities City PMitor Good Tell too foreman to put ik iii tho niiddld of tile pago and thou J wish yxjad utart outamong tin churches anti got two or three good cr moos to paCk around it Wevo got to keep our paper respectable somehow INow York Weekly In an Emge Dq William Ann to buM boggars Poorintailiovr dojOJ1 tellxvbfn itfiJ ftxioioryou to grope your way homer Blind Man By the heat of the san kind air1 William Ann But eupposo tho smi 13 undop acload Bllml MnnrI euoak behind dat tuslj an havo apccatmo tickeNew York World A Trutural Etatemrat tAnntrQsoar what drcea did ydor molicr put on to go to the boll QAtAlong White ShOrt dress Aualf Nonoenso It cannot have beet both long nnd BhoL- O3cr Yes auntie itiyas lciig t tho bottom nud ehort at tho top Pamilien blattt IReid Up W1ICCtI REOby tho papers flIRt jt Chicago bicycler vas held up bytwd men Sprocket feolingif tho court piaster IWa8 iuplnoo on baceIWIs1itoo- nh it had been a VrYonlreta clJ i nSb1eai Item rIWhat did the cliUdron of Isrnolclqi after prifirfug through the K xl seal1 askodJi Now York city Sunday reboot tpahcTv Drlesl their clothes 1 puppcee re pod Jbhuuio ChaffieiFo sfc1ftcr fTh2rt5ii reeiigs D1noMutcumMai8agonWhata tha- tIipn8 tu the diuinffrpoi rAesiBtout Thcre was n tablo knifd lgaxidthecook1aIttibtothehw- oicwUowrNev osrcsa Ztxitelr TlstUd Barber Shop C Diatiugtdsed F tlgnerHavQ 33 JDfoOoiJl za Dun lMeut mo4eolIflU ho vmijtip1ti i h5trl 1Qjtn irs1tt i F t zc I 3 1i4 tV 7 4JrI I c IL i IHE NEWSLEADER THE MEWSLEADER fHURSDAY AUG 6 1896 iVTIE free turnpio movement 33 again being pushed and thet indications are Inat before tho 3eirj 1890 oes tat the good cifc Izens of Washington county will ylokipbfcdoadsfreoandn io tenuar toll gate will jfiumbercd among tlo things of Thu past The vole Ou the fro lTtjf npik question was taken last t A vear andbe majority of the foundtfirffato favor freetraven Thoneces arystops baveuofrc been taken v tabolisUKe toll gates however ViliacL the matter has just recently etaker p the county jrtanagistriies At a recent meetj aconmittee was appointed jtdconferwUn alLowners oithett- fglCn lX aridus turnpikestind get terms feritf report to the county aiu t thattpikb companies in the county whlbse stock is not practically allcontrolled by the county now iandit is thought that very little 8iffi uUy will be experienced m buying tho remaining roads on satisfactory terms Free turnpikes will be a new J experiment ior this county and we trust that the people who voted for The changelwill not find that they have acted unwise p lv Our roes tinder the present 4tem are in good repair and and1 the conhtyautribrities should sea to it that no cause for coin plaint about roads arise under the tiew arrangement The sys ti of Ire turnpikes as laid Uwn by the law is a good one ndthf reponsibility rests with theconniy authorities who shah see that the upecialnax paidby tETfl cit jzensispropdrly expended COL THOS P BULUTT a fioundmoiiey advocate has chat leaped H H Smith and David Smith who are candidates fox thq Democratic nomination fox Congress from this district to a debate on the money question Bothof the Smiths are free silver men and ObI Bullitt suysheisi anxious tomeet one or both in a debate on tho financial issues ofr jjtheTHE First district Republican con enUoln at Brincoton nomi natedti P Thqmai of Trig jjXorCongress Oapt EdI Farley the McKinley candidate dd riot allow his name to beI f presented but threw his vote to Anderson The result 1s a vic 1oryfatdeuQHappyand tth 3radlefact1onr ThProz3 Drill A ttho Iowa experiment Bthtlon ad joining plata were seeded Ho winter wheat and given similar treatment ex ccpt that one was seeded with a common driU and tho other n press drilL Thrash iixg returns showed that the plat Beedcd with a presa drill yielded at the rate of 45 bushel psr acre whilottio com irion drilled plat yielded only 44 bush e1 Asbnilartet1n1804 guveatc1 a cl 48 bn8belsfor the press drill and 30 for the common drill The press drill compacts the mil over the seed tho moisture is tetalnod and v xnoro vigor ous plant results Ifaw aod Kote Figures furnished by the department of agriculture indicate a largo falling exportsforyears It la stated on excellent authority that it iis possible ns long as tho potato plaats retained vitality to perfccfly control The blight by proper nsojgf tho tcrdoaux inixture Corn should be put in the silo after the grain is glazed before tbcro is much drying of the lcavoflj stalk Oil of tar mixed half and half with cottonaocd oil or linseed oil is rery re pollanfc to flies mosquitoes etc A cur of wntcrmelong is suppose to 1000 melons but wHcn the mclous in small it is possible to get J0a 1300 melons In a car Pampas grass is properly Bpeaking a grass which coders tho pampas of South America but it la nmtculllVatcd o Ver California for the sake of its plnmen wjdcli rare sold by florists ior zoom dccoratioB Nut culture promises to bo o rccog- jijzwl Industry iii thiscodntxy within a Sfer ycaTB Manj groves of chestnuts biinstartcdandAIongth Pooh ne eMM filbeaixidtturc labeiug cousidcrL SUiGESTIONS ON TICINQ rajlBE Off the Xand Su of Tll Daptb to Place Them An Iowa farmer who claims cxperiV enco in the matter writes ns follows to Prairie Farmer First surrey tho land to determine the mount of ioU you can get Thenmcas uro the ditch anddivido tho fall sp that yoq will have it gradual for tho entire dffitancp of tho ditch IfJq piece to bo tiled iof any great length nu4 tho land very do nojt use uiytijng Bmailer tHcn a six lOCh tile at tho outlet but Idiminiflhvtliofiizo gradually as you go up the ditch however using nothing smaller than throo inch and not mOro 100 of them Th6jBizoof thXdlo inst be governed by the amount f fall a 7Put deep and abopt eight rods apartA good plan- sI tcysct pegs in the ground about every feet and cstablishtho fall in the gradingfQflg and tfoagojoa tharp peg to each end Stretch ydnr lino tightly with tho pegs Stribq the grpuud rmly with it idnd then place the line on the top of your grade pegs being sure to have it tight enough to keep it from sagging in the middle Have a gauge made of wood by i Thebes 6 feet long with an arm 18 inches long running airjght angles with a mortice a one end for the I by 1J inch gauge to pass through Make a Brnall wedge that you can fasten the arm at anyplace desired Then pot it high enough to reach from the line to the bottom of the ditch and g 1rademanner you will not have to go donrin tho ditch late Potato Ullcb- tr Easily recognized symptoms of the late blight aro The sudden blackening of largo patches in mature leaves and a peculiar odor ip tho potato field that is given oil by the decaying tissue of the loaves It was formerly sup posed that in order to have the use of the bordeaux mixture in tho potato Held successful the treatment roust begin be fore there was a general outbreak of the blight in tho field Expcriencq at the Bhodo Island station last season indi cated that the supposition is incorrect The treatment of the ymca yraa deferred until after there was a generall outbreak of tho trouble that followed the heavy raiu on July 4 Raiiy weather made it necessary to spray the vines three times during the first five days after the treat ment began in order to keep them well covered with tho mixture During the remainder of the reason tho vines were sprayed four times With this treat ment the blight did not injure tim crop appreolabiy Farm Crops In Manitoba At the Manitoba experiment farm ot Brandon rolling wheat proved advan tageous Wheat cut iu the doughstngo or one week beforeperfectly ripo yielded almost as much as when allowed to ripen thoroughly but cutting before tho dough stage vras reached greatly reduced the yield prilled wheat yielded more tlian that sown broadcast In a test of 15 varieties of six rowed bafloy Excelsior a beardless variety afforded tho largest yield prtietcallyIdentical of seed per acre were used Twontythree pounds of millet seed per nero afforded grainthanseed were used- Sunflowers planted at distances of 8 by feet yielded 18200poundHper acre of ripe heads With all roots tested early sowing prevetiatrlvantageous The Army Worm The army worm has rondo its appear ance iu a number of the central wretern states These natural enemies usually hold theta In check that there is lit tic extended injury to crops If how ever the worms are very numerous the migration from qua field to another may bo provcntcdby constructing barriers as in thq case of chinch bugs Deep fur rows with perpendicular sides boards set on edge with tho upper cdgo smeared with far plowing under infested crops and rolling have all proved cnloanious in certain instances and can nil bo tried with profit JInch was expected of the various fungous diseases which have been experimented with but lip to date they have not proved cuiirely satisfactory Spraying infested raropH with Ion don purple or paris green has been fried wjtli good results btit other methods should probably bo resorted to first Oraago JndOvFarmcr nIIi3gaspo The essential pbfetg iub ildjng a silo are To have tho wSHs tjght enough to exclude1 hir from tiio contents to liave the walls not only strong but rigid to have feufHcient depth SONfcct or more if possible there should ijp not more than about 5 square feet of fcadiug stir face in tho silo for th cow the larger tljo silo the cheaper the fltorago fox each ton of Bilnge the larger tho Jierdtho more cheaply cnu Bilnge bo Rnppliedo each animal Bulletin Now York Sta thou Spraying Vlth Paris Green There Li a disposition everywhere in epraying plants of nil sorts to use more poison than is needed If onequarter pound of pans green in 40 gallons is enough why use more It is sometimes claimed that these dilute mixtures arc not as effective as Htrongpr ones They mayrtot kill as quickly but they are losspostly and pre not Jiurtful to the planto besides being less likely to nffcct the equality of the tob xiciBul1cth Kentucky Station roea Apiiruje d Salt A number of prominent horticultur ists have given throughJTho Ram Nov Yorker their Opinions oq this subject the consensus pf which seems to bo that asparagus does not need salt und is not benefited by it materially Largo appli cations do noti injure it however and may servo to keep clown weeds Natural HUtory Study There is an awful lot of humbug studyWhybo encouraged on tho simple statement that it is done for scientific purposes Ij What are scientific purposes Of what ruse to science isaUozwi ortwffof birds eggs made at the cost of half a hundred times as many ruined nests Oruitho logical is an impressive word but the ornithological scicncdj which is killing off all our birds beautiful for song and plumage anti wtiich yields not a naina bldbfeuufit is iidelnsu mid a buare Eestpn Hert Gr atSuinmer- p i Clearance Sale rP- ricgUo5VAt Op the Pocketbook Here is what we have tooffer iCall and see the great est values ever offered for the money IWeI llatest styles marked down 50 per cent One lot Mens Dark Shirts in sizes 144 to 17 to close out at J5 cents each White and Neglige Shirts some of the best brands of shirts made 25 per cenc off LARGE STOCK Iens Lightweight Pants Cot tonade Worsteds and Allwoql at a reduction of 25 per cent All Lightweight suits at 83 13 per cent off Mens Shoes oCome and see a nice smooth stylish solid well made shoe for B110 J MANSFIELD SONS PADDOCK AND TRACK Cephas seems unbeatable oix the Novr England tracks Jlusle 8 3ir is dead She was owned in Europe Little Tobe2lO by Painlico has come to life again The 8ycaroIfl colt Thoroduo has out his record to 212 Direction 208J4 has boon placed in 7ohn Splans stable Monroe Salisbury is going to sell his cJm at Plcaaaotou Cal Tim dainf Maud Elonah 219 has been bred to Alolayone Gears considers Joe Patclicn the hard est horse for Robert J to dcfcul Red Bud has token a pacing record of 212M His trotting mark is 2H It begins to look aa if John H Gen try would not be himself for tome tithe again Lockheart 209 is to bo sbnpni up for a crack at Dircctnms work of 2H5K Minnie Patcbeu fay Mambrino Patch en is new tint dam of four 220 per formers No trotter on thjrwesfcrn trades has raced moro gamely and consistently than Eager 2lO3 i Robert J broke tto seasons race ten ord for pacers by his eccoud heat iu 9 05 atEJkhart Lad Electioneer lies already added two new 220 trotters to his lint Athona 218 and Helena 218 Vassar 2 07 is making such an ex tended stud season at Hood farm Low ell Mass that ho will not bo trained this year Phenol by Jersey Wilkes dam Ado line by Egbert placed herself second to Angle D 207 on tho list of pacing mares by her heat in 2 O7 at Jolict Ills TEA COFFEE AND COCOA Tho glazing Of teals accomplished by tbo use trf plumbago In the United States 20 ounces of tea aro used every year to each inhabitant Between 20000 and 30 000 pounds of sassafras oil are annually made in this country In preparing cocoa for use the seeds are roasted liko coffee then ground or ponnded Tho tea plant grows best on lull slopes whero the boil is not too rcten tive of moisture During tho early years of European intercourse with the east the Dutch sent large quantities of saga leaves to China tp bo exchanged for tea Tho use of coffee as n beverage in be licTcd tohavu begun in Persia and was introduced by the Pershans into Arabia rdthe fifteenth century Inlhc Dcvcntcpnth century sassafras was largely exported from many parts of America to Europe as a specific in various cutaneous dispenses Cocoa like mate confers jvondorfnl powers of endurance Under its influ ence Indian runners have been Lnbuu to travel continually for over hpurs distuucepe1lOOsuhios Coffee readily absorbs the odor of al most any other substance with which it Is placed or which conies near it Whole cargoes of coffee brought from the east have been ruined by the presence of a bag or two of popper The coffee berry clnscly resembles the cherry both iu appearance and taste At flrst itis green and aa it ripens turns red and finally a dark purple Every berry has twoFeeds in the center like the stone of a cherrySt Louis Globe Democrat STAGE GLINJS FROM ABROAD Crickboom the violinist is to tour flnssiu giving 85 recitals The bazaar in London for the Actors orphanage fund netted overlQOQO- Doard tho popular comedian of the Paris Odeon lint dccliuod to renew hto engagement with that house H 0 Nixon and Byam Wyke have written a uew farce The Ga Typo I writers wlwcli is down for an early L udcn production J 4 Dress Goods Here is where the knife goes deep 18c Dimities and Lawns cut to lOc per yard Dress Ginghams 4ca yard 15 ceqtFrenchi Ginghams 7 3 a yard Ladies full regular IJJask those only 5c a pair v Ladies Yests 8ic 8c lOa and loc Some line Silks Parasols and Umbrellas at half price Ladies Shoes Large stock of Lddies Fine fine shoes Slippers and Oxfords to bo closed out re adls9 of cost The entire stock at deep cut prices for the whole month of August G Worth its weight in jolil1 Slither lhinds Eagle JJyo Salve CE HARMON THE LIVERYMAN First class livery outfits Now buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion parties or drummers The most convenient hitching and feediug place in town MIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY Personal FHKK ftlpngo incdjcnl reference bonk to tiny person ullllctcd vith arty Hpuclil chroniu or clclunio disease ppctiliiir to their tex Addrvss tbo leading pliysi iiaiiH and snrtirons of the United States Dr Ilnthnwuy Co 70 DearboniMrcct Chlcnpn SECOND GROWTH OF CLOVER It ftl ke Hay of Pine Qnalltjr Clornr Seed Irofltable Cru No part qf the growth of clover is moro important for increasing soil for tility or moro valuable for the farmer than is that made iluring tho latter past of Hummer after tit first crop has bocn removed It is nlwaya loss in bulk than first crop but tho hay made is cf finer quality anti husn grantor nutritiTo value titan the fimt iu proportion to its weight The fact that thfrois progress io development of the clover plant dur lug th entire t cnsou fihows tho muttako of fnnners iu oldon timra in plowing under clover in Juno for wheat Thrro au immense Increase in clover roots during tho second growth It is at tliis time too that tbo greatest number of tho nodules are formed on clover root by means of which tho air in tho Foil is decomposed andihi nitrogen is made available Growing clover seed is made one of the mot profitablo crops that lie farmer can produce It always follows n crop of clover grown for hay ylli h of itself pays tim use of tho laud leaving tho clover seed and the cxtrJ hay crop as clear profit The clover teed Erattcrctl in harvrstiufj by nolnnanalost It re mains in tho soil for years and as cue ccssjvo Btrata arc brought to the surface by tim plow it will increase the chirnices of a goxl clover cutch This ctcoiid growth docs not always feed well The farmer can soon know how this is Ly going into the field and examining the heads A yield of six or eight weds pet head will give a fair crop If much liss than this the clovry should bo cut curlier dud made into hay Tho earlier the hay is rondo the better will bo the chances for getting it In without much staining The hny should bo cured in the cock for it will turn black if exposed to rains Clover left for seed is necessarily loft later anti js usually very black when it is pot into the mow or stack It cannot well bo thrashed until cold wcathon because therowill bo some heating of Iho partly dry clover But thoeccd will uo bo injured ns it will bo protected by tho clint explains Ameriaui Culti vator the authority hero quoted If it is desired to leavoclovcr a third year after seeding it can badonaby cut ting the clover several times in a season taking n email hay crop eachtime after the first and never allowing tho clever to seed Three four and oven fivo hay crops may thus ho taken Laud that treated will bo in fine condition to pro dnco o goedcorncurpcetocroplfpOWcdu tho cases when tire field will bo needed for hay and tuo clovo thus kept to ita third year will show a strong tendency to seed with ifs first crop and then die off It should therefore bo out just as soon or a little before it is in blosson and it will thch be richcrthan clover hoy grown the second year after sawing M 1 1 If you pay noy you canJ i gc yqui County PaperJ ibe NE3AiS FOR ONE YEAR Hei Management New Features 1to Dress Nevsy Spicy Original Independent a And an Indespcnsible vis itor in every household I Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be proud FQR Wo will scud you the NEWS LRAiiKiTand the Weekly Courier Journal 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Avo f Louisville Ky F R WILDER Dentist j O 6 t JR J F RiNFHPT- t T OFFICE HOURSI to 4 p in v STuesdays and Saturdays i SPRINGFIELD KENTU 3KY f R J i3 R COOPER i l oroIIayilon Robertsons rfrusr ittJN 1 lain St SPUING ITIELD KY f 0 i DR XIJ BURTON f DENTIST a t TEETH EXTRACTED t WITHOUT PAIN I Ps vtFirir lingua HIoek our Mansfield J sioiitLstore t x SPRINGFIELD KY i I k2FORT2 l f THa fesHyComerciali9 i 1 1 Free tJeafl4ers of this Paper AiyotuisondLng us In a suhscriptioct- Ufc44 i paper for ono year accoiiipaulcd IiDtho r Ulai sutwcrtptlon price- tt XisW sL1t will be nont tree k iirgo for oinyenr a copy of tho tt i ii llleWe kl7 CammcrclaJ o largo umnpapor tilled with more new it sny other netrppoljian weekly awy Correct Market Reports t xl Old Granny Mctoalf 80 years old at Mon mo atreet PaducabK3- y thut Jr ifolla Tino Tar Honey is be sl grip euro itHiglr lung and 5hIalTimody lliatr ban been oflbnxl rvsj her life Guaranteed by oil deal- ixirfiAlo Jay JIadon Robertson jtwnttercnu hsjana some are colds ar hurts tho Imigii w ima In warm- fiaitfier than ttiedoInenld Thoy arc u all tho year round by tho use of i icliiii Fine Fur Ilonoy Get that vjod Tho R K Sntholand McUI finianyt Ps dhcab Kv or its not riie lost Bnloby llaydou Kob i1DWggIstii- McKenna Whiskey f ais Celebrated brand cf rhiflkey ep for sale at my bar and malic iciaUy of it for family and for iicinal use C A THOMPSON I Wbo ean hnJ fanjedAn tdeaSS- thl omelmple tOJ1tent1 f4iuit thy4y bSagyowge- tjMI WEUOCKStniX Patent Attnr Co tar the1ii5D rrtox two auadrcct larcauoiu 5thi58l wanteLII lly f1 a yer SS KBOUT crOWN Catalogues the Fair can be nad at the office pf thesccr Utry or at thi3 NEYWLEADEK office LosTCertiflcato No 17screIlA Hoffie Savinga Building Loan Asso elation JN SAU ERS 4551VANTE1ZIOOlO pounds Of woo Highest cash price paid forsame CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN JuBt received atMc0hdr4 Robert sboesleyeThe Handsome store house Robertson iHayaon on main pfI boa been beautified by a fresh coat of paint One of the climbers for the telephone construction gang fell from la polo In town Tuesday and was badly bruised but not seriously hurt f T H Carter and John W Phelps both former citizens of this county suffered the loss of their business houses in Harrodsburg Monday Loss 20000 partially insured There was only fa moderate sized crowd in town oq Qounty Court day Very little stock was sold on the streets and prices were low Several horses were knocked off at figures that scemedredicouslrlow There are about 150 guests at Springs this week and before another season the management will have to enlarge that popular resort in order to accomodato the crowds This hot weather has brought in guests from all over the state Spring cleaning ia the fibuBO is important and to cleanse the human system is even more so Neats Lax utive tones one up cleanses and regu lates the bowels liver and kidneys For sale a bottle by Hay Ion Robertson and Waters Browne IDIEDGeOrgo Brjnton tho lovely infant son of L and Suella Mc Clellahd quietly passed over the Sp ent river of death iinto the life eternal and joys never ending of a glorious beyond July 23 1896 God wbo has said Suffer mUd children tocothe- unto me and forbid them notM took the bud too precious for this sinful world to bloom eternally in his kingI dom above Tuesday afternoon fifteen pf the loading men of the churches here met and after organization the following committees were appointed for the Gales meetings which are to begin here August 9th Committee on Ar rangements finance Music and Ad vertising A Union Choir has been organized under the leadership of Proto B H Brit ton and have already bcgmrto practice We believe the attendance will be large and the meetI ing a grand success Congressman John W Lewis made speccn at the Courthouso onlast Monday afternoon in the interest of lifrcanvass for reelection Mr Lewis poke for abopt two hour and re viewed his jecord in the House of Representatives during the recent Bcssionl He also spoke at consfdcr able length on the currency question and gave a sensible and strong argu ment for the sound money sIdetIr W H Sweeney candidate for the Democratic nomihatoirand free silver ceampion followed Mr Lewis in a speeeh of aboutfan hour and a half in which ho lambasted the gold bugs the Wall Street gold gamblers bobtailed aristocrats Carlisle nndI the Stuffed Prophet from Buffalo and everybody elso who is hot InI favor of the free and unlimited PERSONJL J 0 McElroy Is at Tatham this week Miss Carrie Selocman is in Bardt town on a visit to Miss McKay Miss Mamie Kearns of Loulavillo iq visiting the Misses Leachman Ir Frank Walls and little son of Louisville aro hero tbis week Miss Estello Davis of Louisville is tho guest of Miaa nnle Cunningham Mrs Mnggio Jones of Georgetown is visiting her sister Mrs1 8 B Thomp son V Mr Wm Anderson and Miss Bessie hughes of Bloomfleld spent several lays here last repkS Miss Lovle Sparks after a visit to the family of WS Chirkson has re turned to her homo hrlllinoia vDr Rodman was here last week to see his wife who has boon visiting her sister Mrs I H Thifrman Vance Offutt bf Lebanon took in the ball games hero last week and paid tho NewsLeader office a call Mr John D Taggart and wife of jlionisVUle passed through hero dot day cnrouto to Tft hamffa ia Thomahy friends of Mrs S B Thompson who has boon quite ill will be pleased to learn that her condition is improved Will OlomontB came in Saturday from St Louis where he bad been to attend the Popaliat Convontlon lie says there was an immense crowd present butbe1 is not pleased with the result of the convention Miftes Ruby Lampton andEsthe Eoulware entertained a arty pf their young friends on Tuesday at the Bonlware hqme The large crowd of little folks ijperit a very pleasant evening and were ente rtained in the most dcUghttfllstylOS Messrs Russell Taggart and Churchill Hungarland are two young men who came up from Louisville a douplo of weeks ago 6n their wheels expecting to go through to Danville Harrodsbngh and other points They feU in love with Washington county however and spent two weeks among fonrpeople taking in a number of pio nice parties etc They left on the train for homo Tuesday declaring that Washington county posessed more pretty girls to the square inch than any spot on earth- BSBTLLT1- iE base ball fever has struck the I town In earnest and the rooter iis out In all his glory The two local teams the Springfield first nine and the Juniors are both playing winning ball and are anxious to meet all comers Tile games last vbek were with the Campbellsville team which came herewith a record of thirteen victories out of fourteen games played this season Qur first nine played them two gnme8 and although the visitors took the first game by a scratch they were clearly outclassed and tho Springfields won the second game without much trouble Fridays game was very excItingIJ from start to finish the tied several times during the game The home boys batted well and found no troblein getting on to the curves of Coakley who however lea clover little twirler but a trifle ligbt for J1iOItcnb ived poor support Jones generally sd reliable was decidedly off and jmade errors that really lost the gamo The following is TILE SCORE sprinHfiol t 0141000039Va- hipbeltvLII IV 4 IU1 101bJ X1 Iliittori s Colvin ami Xoo Coaklcv nnJiMalono- rSE OND GAME SThe game oii Saturday was played with the same teams except that An derson Who had played with thp home team was retired and Harry Shader was put in and played second Will Reed playing Andersons p sitIonnI right field and Jones holding third The newt arrangement worked admirably and tho younger Shader promises to prove a good acquisition tq the team He plays at times a brilliant fielding game and hats well At the end of the seventh inning with the score standing 10 to 4 in favor of Springfield Calvin knocked the ball over the centerflelders head and in mailing homo run collided with Jtl1ehim pretty badly for a hurtingI visitors were unwilling to finish tl o game although they had a substitute player with them and gave up the game Malone soon recovered and says that ho blames no one with his i accident Thescore is as follo- wsiprtigtield0 2 05 2 1lI- LaiiipLcI1svI1Je01 a 00 4 IhittorioH Colvin and Xoc Coakloy und Jlnlono NOTES Tho two Shadortf Jonas and Bob Nbc make a crack infield 5 Charlie Noe has worked off about twentyfive pounds of surplus and gets around bases now about as lively as a steamboat The Springfield first nine will go to Campbellsvillo and play on Saturday August 8 e 5 A good gang trom Lebanon came over Saturday to root for Campbell llle andthey had money too when they came over but not when they returned Locall sports covered all bets and they do say that something near a cool hundred of good Lebanon money stopped over in Washington bounty The Nelson Record thinks that our criticism of Mr Smith who umpired the gamo hero with Bardstown very heartless and says that Washington county or no Other county for that matter has ever produced a man who baa better conception of or pos essoM in a higher degree tho qualifi ration of an honorable gqntleman than Ed Smith We have no doubt but Mr Smith is all that but still say that on that par Ucular occasion no was not a success as a base ball umpire and made mis take that were glaring and plain to everybody who witnessed thp gamo Jlanlstown Wins The team from Bardstown camo upI yesterday and played a game with the Springfleld juniors and what tho ag gregation from Nelson county did for us was a plenty The game up to the fifth inning was close Springfield lead ing but In that unlucky inning the visitors got onto Shadors delivery and they played on hUn liko he was a flute They batted out sight runs in that inning ahd the game woundup with Bardstown 13 Springfield 8 Radons Uver Pills Tonic Pellets are a Perfect Treatment for CbasUpatiba c Siliousuess JK 1Cne tlll ado 1 OURs r J THIS WEEKS SPECIALS Printed Lawns 3 34c only 10 yard to i1 custOmerS Fancy Chatties 4c a big lot of our 158 and 20c quality Fans for 5c Towels one yard long only 4c German halfbleached Table Cloth alII linen 55 inches wide only 25c EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS IN CLOTHING We are overstocked on Mens and Boys Clothing it is our rule not to carry over any stock from one season to the other therefore we offer rour entire stock at a great red ct ion We dont take profit into consideration come in and look for yourself and we will quote you prices that will make you buy Remember we have a full line of Trunks Valises and Traveling Bags SWTe have a few Straw Hats left get them at your own prices THE LUisviIIoL Stor- eSof Low Prices FINES TAILOR MADE CLOTHING We are agents for M Born Co and Lamm Co ChicagoMerchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY MADE GLOOTG We carry the largest stock shown in town Wo arOjOverstockd right now iluqvO will sell you a suit for almost your own pricet i SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes is com pjcto Mens Button Shoas Black and Tan Mens Lace Shoes lack and Tan Mens Low Sboes Black and Tan iVomeus Button Shoes Womens Lac Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womens Sli peers Childrens Button Shoos Oxford and Slippers Wo bought our shoes at Low prices and we offer special inducements in 1priccsS DRES GOODS and DRESS TRIMMINGS 5Wo are still hooping up pur stock of Dress Gopds and Dross fa Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Serges Mixtures etc to the very nuo Parisian weaves Come in and ex olJy amine our stockand get prIes l WALL PAPER Dont forgot we are Headquarters for everything In r Wall Paper h CARPETS AND MATT NGS The special prices wo have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in this department tato advantage of our low prices at once SJEVERY DEPARTMENT Wo will make the lowest prices in each and QVery department for the ne Thirty Days that was ever made on equal values We have the goods and must dispose of them Le want money and are compelled to fiavo it therefore promts will not bq considered when a feilstomer offers us Cash for goods 6 CUNNaNqtlil I buNdAN r I J CLEARANG SAtE1 In order tor due oUr iare sSck we will rnafee some SPECIAL PRICES for ilekt fS kyi t LatUe 8 Shirti 1Yniti t8 2 je t i lsit11i Yeihlai i IWO rt dress good fr Ies then you cas buvtteniclsewhre s j Git i our rJctI them Ladies ortt Mise8 ijeJi t 9ttt lnt t6te tloFmcprices on Emerson Si eni Fine Shoes this Is tie test bate imtlio United StateBj and you can get sono BarMniln thcK v h I SS OUT PRieein Mens Boys aUd iiildrenVGii tbifi r We arc overtok0din CiothidgUndi poo tdalcrcaiL i i raitlineour stock of bTRAW fIATSa will bll them at coat It i1iy yriq well to make your purbhasccif dtq as we 9f1ji bargains in everyti 1faf our departments I 1j M9GHORD ROBERT8O N I f t JOHN W CjUIV A BROr LEADING LI11GRYNi i i I6BKNCiNi V V 3ISTAI3LESpalding Avenue andMu1berry Sre Back of Norris House p i GOOD VEHICLES FlnST CLASS HORSES SpeciaL RcUos to Commercial Men Safe and Reliaolei brtiV Washington Country Trade Solicited jf1 SPRINGFIELD If 10 SAW AND PLANING MI111 MARKS 8i G1JEENE Props MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN vt All kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Lathes Mouldings Cati ings Frames Sash Doors Blinds Tobacco HbgsheadsT Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plaster etc i Bi l Stuff cnt to order on Short Noticel RigbestOahtui paid for all kiDq3 Of Logs Gall and see us and Rfpricel Office and Yard Jockey Avenue Between Main Iud Raiirttlr i Lightning Hot Crops What Funny Name Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Cay Without RoHefTherA la Mo pay SuthcrlandS hniilo Eye Salvo Is new anil orljjlinil In style of iiackago and inntival qimlltic ItlMjint only a euro fur all kinds of sore eyes but Is guarun tood toglio satisfaction as nn ointment for nil sores lilies llv all clpulor For snip by llnydon tt Kovcrtson Drujj rbtS IWORMSIiIi-IiW- HITES CRE- AMVERMIFUGE fOU 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies EYEIIY IOTTLE IUAUTEED aoIfl BT ALL BRVOOUT e BiraiUDSoj iDiri hIT toni Weak cyos are inadaRtrong dint vision mndo vicar wtyes aro renibvwl and grinufall lillSur sore eyes of any kjnd inuy btjTwodH nnd effectually cured tho two of Sutlief lands Kagli Hy Salvo lie put up In tubib and sold on agiftittntoo by all dealers For sale by lyclOn Robertson Druggl- stsPLYMOUTJL ROOKS PiYMOUTHRQCKS EXCLtJSIVELI- ave some very fine cockerels and pulloUt for sale at a reasonable price Also eggs in Bcaibn MnsHMiOINAN Springfield Ky Right In Sight Sure Saving Shawnk Well esnd you our General Catalogue and Buyers Guide if you feD us IS cents in stamps 2hat- nyspaztpostagcoccxprcsugs epsoffidIeze lts a Dictionary of Honest Values Full of Important information no fitter whcrt youbuy joo Pages laqoo illustretipns tells of 40000 articles rightprice of each Dna profit only between maker and user Oct tt MONTGOMERY WARD II CpJjj IIfli6 Michigan Ave CWca Cjit SvEeneyU f Ai San Dloro Oal sayn ijbllohii fiitarfh Remfvla itlie tint medicine I have ovdr fduii4 that tfbuld do mo an v cooil Price SocT Ci 3rr EII ea she vasa Chldaha cried for CastorkJ When aho became sho clung to Castori wnebadacasr Kvorv pcivoiirhifj llttlrnld or yourjij bfnek orwiiltc rich or poor who aft ever tnttl pr JlollV Pino TnrHcniry pronounce It tbo Ikwt at J fumr roniody on earth ixtTncltlnr so ali dealers uikirnntoo It For frlo nl liny don A Itobcrtftriii lrIJgrlstMv 200 it VISIt fif a pys1kibzsti i iL A 59 cent oftw lit Nrff LaxatIvewl- 2ljntyourtregootfon3etit cures Torpid lufsUl llvxr atIp3tIoui1eadAChe tc taunt and slue torah gsziIscxes centlficSsad rtlb1e rrmerty sIyOiudrugSfor it PuilinonnatboafurnLsiudSrt coLoemeK r Bneklcns Arnica Salvo Tho best Mho in tho world for cut brniwH AAres ulcortBnlt rheum feverSorcs tfittcr nhhpped hands chllhlnlni Crlll rand sit in eruption pfliStlvoly cure nllcio or no pay rpqufrfk it fs giinrnntp I to give bttfafnctlon or inoiiev refunded rtice 25c per box at llnvdon k ftolKsrlMrtHDriiir Store iTABLERS r- j BUCK EYE OINTMENS a EIIE NJ IqLt1VA SVRC and CERTAIN CUM knen f r15Yar1 stI3EST RIMEDYfor HUM eovnS rIMITT 79MT MTWM O ires IndlgeiUoh Bill J n nd m tttotMlCU1It 1sdnrkmd r iii 7H1ILKvCMJilGH Itt iiimiowfclrt VanderltfHadi Itatjazt f t JU1 no Glat When tho VsuuVrbilta obtained con f rol of tbo JuioA Pacific railway Wil Jim H iiiado a teifl iia ppecial car t Dontver tho capital city to Leadville his la tho road of which OH Rothcker once wrote The Denver awl South Park ia torroxrglmso road Jxoopt vJwrQ thp tn r to 1 rQa gnDr60u WhOo the VanderbUt croltln1ttit etcmdn m11l1tockcd 1ndcr the mag vatO ou Ifter tht4ring the South ft nt1jf t n longizig for ngl1 5or fresh mt1kzand when the train prip = cd into Como ho float Ms servant into iJTe dcpot hotel to got tle desired orti clar Tho servant returned accompanied ilythe hotel proprietor CUarlMyBcno I fUeL The latter carried a glasi of milk tGfcshlg tOJaUCwrnnYtotl but IiIm4f ti the honor tEeCTin gcln distinguiah fti cxl patrouW V i NVamdj1biU qnaffeU tho milk pro rnouqg rf ejccncntRnd handed ono ai 11M t bq nl t kTbuika1and itarfEI to mw iU1t 4y f galled thqr railway Jauff fldon rgot nycbtWP N ir nwsthnU i pt ttW you dontt got any Thats- OTrv l Jink la prelttylngb ontberc laat iitr I Yep Do yom ehargo everybody Z5 fora IiI of milk uNoromeon1YP3yGccntstII SVbyd9ou chargojne morotban IfI rU1erV IJj Becauro VoFfcllofwa otrt hero only iJetnchnncoTityon once in lifetime end Benedict bowed himself out of the 101il 1 H1d t j f tALso no oDeIt Eminent AaTQCato Novr siFphat led to tho assault P1ninUffdeafYcecirS 7 AdVocato louder What catuod tho defendant to assault you tloinfiff silU1eafAr Advocate roaring What znudehim hit you Flaiutiffc Waal you squire it vraa this vrayi I called him a dnd tU1gtjcd fiat Scaho 111t you dont tako that bcI11 knock a halo of hay out cltjouJ r Advocate What ensued Plaintiff HOT vr N AdyocutestontodonnyWhat fol lowed Plaintiff chccrfnllJdrAted he don itGothnmitS V 1 Every JIg to HU Trade KnaBcier Yctulitoaryniou havent tbojflrst idpa about jjasin a Hero yott taitAo1ooq mancscr ppflipin this oark closet And yoa say they aro all paid for EditdZ OWlet ago Y rtfago rJnst think of itl Hasnt lever 06 Cnrred to ydu sit that you aroloeiag ho interest on all the moneyjrowpaid out for thoso xisolss b11tdles1I itt mubl You financiers havent the tet idea about literatnre Every one of thoso inairascTipts is irom a different author and the wholo 10006 of thorn will go on bnyfng oormagazfno at 33 cents a copyuntil the artiolca ere printed New Yotk Weekly t b The Wroce Atcnmout Young n142 saitho temperaoco p advocate did 3pd ecr think of tho fact that the most snccofsfnl gnmblers tho most prombien political boases Ajthqyoio pHedjuarei total abotainora fdamqtitoittini1 th4k i jtv t l1og1adYQu J9W mo Enid the 4 flippaut ycong manij I wouldnt bo If vlikaonqcf those follovfa for tho world qcic1nnati Enquirer iI OonOCenco r aWBfrt hot1 6bQoriearlT7d al11ei iaeLSThey took conrago frcm her confl denco W1cr not Thfsfs the fourteenth I Perlal iin bich IhRvolecnher65ne and vInHtabontknowhow things go II j w And Blio JanghedJh tho tooth of the fempeet Detroit Tribana A Leve4 Me Crimebnbcak f7hit kind of a i nrcss do you call that red affair Mrs i Sajjca had on todaySIQrInianbcakThat a colling gown wp Well COOttncf iJ nom it looks loud lF enongh to calL IYonlerd Statesman arrGeorc8uatAbled fOtLth1flk fflOury 3eorg6InIo tfdM1a Gussujfrtonj oll I see no rca Ithxig1o maD bnt1dontthtqkboougbttotaiing1e women It isnt our fault Now York I Wtekly k v gl HontU of Frionhrp v drcadftI1yhcn3ou Gf WiU you dear womaz1nIt Iug up gocaIpChIcagoBcoord sul1 oDlttouty c Lots go out andttare Bpmethujg Said narrowjjaugo Prohibitionist a broad gangc ProhibitionIntSIm with you t Thou they went oUt and took n walk =PiUabnrg CbrouioloTelcgrapb r tr How lie- rarno- drki T What ia the anatomical namefcr finger Tommy Tndcor rajsbis his hWHlli Jknow Its JornBalcm IVQ heard my pa eay it when he bit bis linger with a hammer Chicago Tribune Ir i ciCh Ho wis greatiymdvoi WoIudeot uvery rent day found tliofnr vans 11 his door New York Qs0tFrees rt i Brtthcr W a MI14 Astill hopeto fulfill my prCmisa rfa Jpanto Gabriel Hossotti that I t fwoaid whon the right limo shouid como give a piotnro of him as hEtnp fitareorta a friejidwha ove1hf1U1 ct fory dearly and J1nd pvery rxwpri t apso a friend to whom as Mr i HoiinoBloquonUy says hoi 1d t1ifmo n f l soot11T P IRRIGATION IN CAttADA now Ibo Caaadlito Paclfio Railway Is etdUne thq Fartnrr Irrigation ia taking thoaRndafof e t tljpa along the linopi the Canadian Pa cific railway Bays Tho Irrigation Age The Cnnndin government baa retjog uizcd tho ralua of a constant supply of XVTitcrfor tho fanner and has issued a TolUIne cWcrltho of tM tUrk hlrondyl accocnpUikddl l It is becauflo of its rcmorsolcss onorgjr in proraotUig eery practical reform of real interest and to tho fanner that tao Cauadinn paoulc railvraysucceaafnl ly drawssettlers fromnotony Europe t bnfrom our oner1o states Au X junplo is sei whiahj hdnldrh be fought Ltcmt rMJch bquld bo on14f4t jo by our own government and rattr hdD Tbo Canadian Pacific railroad Is do trrmlncd to wafer rUe territory through which it passes known to tbo world acultivated Burden 4006 iuiles long and several hnndred wide JTo expense iEeeni3t spared to Improve the fertile Jifelda through which the groat linea of iron run The Canadian Pacific railroad stretch os across the continent and is striving to becmno the highway of travel and truffle between England an3 Japan with fai cilitka for the tourist who cnn rail rom Liverpool in a Canadian Pacific stcameliip and nover leave the OU of tho company until ho is landed in China Selfishmotivesniay govern thisgreat corporation but if it will assist in the Irrigation of its territory oudmuka tho gT ntAorthwest ovgrcoter garden spot than it ia uo oco should find fault if the raUroUd is alsp a gainer and manyAmericAu railroadavrould do WIU to study a system which will convince Bottlers that they will be treated aa friends of the transportation company hOur whoso llnojhey locate The people of j ritiah Colombia and Alberta have learned that irrigation doubles cropa oven whero there ia bnn dent raiufall and vast tracts of former ly arid land in this region axe being opened up by irrigation and proving to bo tho richest lands in the world The eyea qf the homo seeker will be turned to the northcst aa long ae tho J Canadian government and tho Canadian Papiflo railway make the prosperity cf the farmer apart of their bueiuesa DRAINAGE A Uacful BoKsektlon to Ttxwe Whoco Lund- IaI I SVhat can to paid ol nnderdrainago oa a conecrvator of eoit inoisturo says Farm Now Some are ready to lay theI blame of All our recent droughts on onrt dilchcB Tfib rMfr coy these philoso phers is hurried frOm the clouds to the ocean as quickly os poebiplo It hn been oousidered a unikanco to bo abated rethcar than ft blessing We are reaping tho rc3ultaof our folly Drainage advo cates ou the other baud contend that thorough ditching has brought the land into tho proprr condition to withstand drought Capillary attraction eapeci al ly In clay soils has beet greatly creasEd The passage of air up the tile tends to aerate the surrounding earth and mao it moro Icose and friable Wo tall know that obr will penetrate where water will not and water will follow wherever air may lead tho way An Illinois farmer uses bin underground drainage system tooprry oat on original idea cf mibirrigation His land is oompardtlvely level Dur lng adrjfieaaon the ontleta are all ao cutely closed TheBpanfy rainfall finds its way into the tile but prevented from escaping iia retained and drawn on by thet growing crop For thoeo whoso land ia level this suggestion is worth rcmombeziDUI FARMERS PLUCK He Doca N6t Walt For Government COoI trbl oflI1rouda A Minnesota farmor named Hines who owned nothing but a quarter see tion of mortgaged land and a team of spavined horses suddenly concluded that the country was being robbed by rail roaaei aud that tho farmers must build a road of their own Ho started out Tho tim n did hot have any moutlj with which to subscribe for stock but they pletlgcd many days work 6n the road Qthrn nndo n gift of thq right way sun othcrfl went intotho y rofI andnt CBthQ ties Eftrmer Hincr much ridkinlcd wKen he7 Atartod ttrcu1titr4ronclbu he btuekman fully fo hiin task and now the chances are that the road will M actually built Hp has laO vmilos of right of way pledges for tiJo porthwork tiC9 enough to cover the lino and is now in Nor YorkiiegotinMng bondS fur thornih XolUnS fliotk Tho road cvlH ran 1U1dI Duluth west throujjh thn Red riV r ley into North Dakota opeaiug now section of opuiltrj t Black or White Oat There in a popular pnjudicn against black oatH in this country oirinK to belief that they art mfte rbnily and thoIlrl weigh within a fow pouada as per bushel as barley and whoso husk was almost as hard as n barley bfiinL It is tbo kind of busk roth r thin iy color that the purchaser of outs plmtoMof the rough injardcd kind The ground oiit will be digested better and in any event its husk will be broken up In grinding that it will aid perfect dim t tion instcud of preventing it as white oatsofteu do- is hotter to coar than tp beat a o s caw You will got maca milk IIt raJnd iafound mpst noutp and west un any in the uiprning Un eptnever uneasy Qpcthe For sevoral con juries an infusion of nutgalis with sulphate of iron Composed the onlY known inkJ k Color blIndnesar tbp sligbtbai rdpflcjancy il1l f ig is snffidentU esqlndo u uiuii fiom the ar iy II I r 4Oj I ircFoR EM i Cnjl AYc have made arrapgcraontslt fo alimited uuinbor ot 3 ly subscriptions tpnlio el1rII LAD4t- 4 I HOME 1- jj FDEPtIt it M maptSJc zinc putrtIshbuntGhicgthutttko1Qho8 K g nnl every tiling iuter1 stingfor g the homo v t r y6r I jaefi jnowduicrt- he Jo JSjpvLEA 2Rtwhopa3 p Qne plar Cash la i1 varfcV flco SviiVVcndthis magazine to y- H nhy address ABSOiUTiiuy w FHEE f l r Uj Our numberJs ironed ana jT i first come first served Address nil cotabtfrncations pto ij E L BAViSON JR IitIUBIlSlI1lt9 W 6 1 S H iI Y4 t r t f Hor3 This t Vuttoffer One irtindrqd Dnllnrs reward for any t fcat rrh thftt cnimot bt IIaUSi CWairh tjirCi F J DENKV A Co iToprietorj Toledo O Voif iio Umlerslgiieti bavo kno vn F Cieliey for the last 10 years unit linvo liiia perfectly bonoraTile hi all his business trnnyactiong anil Dnancially tie to miry utnny obliKatloM made by heir tirio Weat t Tnnx Whojcsnlo Onxgists Toledo Oo WshlIig Kin nan A Marvii Wholwnlo Druggists Tol lilJO Haljs Catarrh Cure is takofl Intfinally noting oirwMy upon tko blood and ninrous surfaces of the SVKJ tein Pruo 75e r brittle and sold by all druggisis tostirczdat1re f Kldncv and liver troublos are prornpt JyTtilfevod by a few dososof Noata I a j atlve 50c a bntUosav S50 Doctors bills Cheap and gL put up Neat Laxative Co Loulsvilll Ky ENTHUSIASTIC OVER ALFALFA zicblcKoFartaar Conrlnood of Its rLtsterIIar55 otca years I havo sown a small amount of alfalfa seed with red clover says a Michigan uirnier in Tho Amen can Agriculturist and inn now con vincod that on my farm consisting of n light candy loam it is able to endure the cold of winter as WeIliia rod clover undo the heat ct sximincr c llGr than medium mammoth or aleikp On the 10th of last May where a few ajfulm room bad ceoaped the plow in tie or chard it stood 8 to 12 inches high while timothy and crcMStd grasa 7ero 2 to 4 ochca high and of poor color Tho al taU was cnt close to the proiuid July 14 end made n growth of 12 to 18 tochcfl daring tho next 80 days while the Rnrrounding graaH pcurcoiy grew at oil The appearance of theo banrhf of alfalfa Lmiiqcdma lust season fo try a littler of thin clover alone TJeJfiy i securing the seed prevented tho Bovriog until June It wna then seeded on level eandy soil which had been plowed early in May and givon a aofjerato dressing of barnyard manure Tbiro wok sufflolcnt moisture in tho soil to start growth but tho oxcsalvuly dry- weather prevented a development of more than 4 to 12 inches during the ecaSon and it woo not cut at nil1 On ono end of tbo Jut purslane was almost aahlgh the alfalfa On the 2Cth ofI ieh1wyrye does not outgrow it Contrary to the common belief tho plants are lar gest dad best wbero tho moet manure had been Kpread before plowing roTtrialjplatcrop am plowing a acre light sandy land with water 12 to 261 inchra bolow tbo surface to bo sown to nlfalfii in n short time As aproof of tho hardiness of The plant I last spring sowed an old gardao plat to pats potting on at tbonanla tinuo a littloinetlium clover nlsihts timothy and a tjprlukliiig of alfalfa Daring tbo Oroapht which followed itI was used as a grazmg ground for fltrrk aud tramped very severely Today only closer on tb Jplal is alfalfa I theI auFowiqgryo IsstAn nBt on the Tuo drill bad hem used to sow alfalfa in Ttiup nnd there remained in the seeder to 20 pounds of alfalfa seed lhlOwingIe worn sown on 1ra made small growth OIut l9PM1 turcdwith horses and cattlaAVhctatHo tramping was not severe thoro is UKlnyj rediclOVnascf Pea Ti1hpctitrogswbicb malobelrfir appcaruncQ in London quito recently are gaining approval in many qnartorsi Not only rugs but dresses and itraita con btrnado out of title pent prbicb iiiotliiiJgBiqreec Joes thftuJXriid ib mixed wih stttle ilute I t ARIOANSADDLE Soax tj91 otiOut b7 tha- Ch tnn4t1anufEctarers t mnriYyofamous andvoiy oqucstrian out sido Of ihb United Stotoa onvaljy Dt1o the sotlvoof fuotfuteclpo HoolgfjGniinjdama either find Lia borao hick cl out vtltn Clloyenno- Jontbor or has wisHccl ito Sad Tho ifnnoy rorkpn saddles holsters ands tirupv-hooaa tth4 orjco inndbAlox Jcn11slq ry4jnus tnd5xnstnl- ong ago wna copied by the Ctioy ciino znakora vvbo kept up thg fnmg imdbpantyof American horso trap plugs but mndQ tlwra so CheAp o to ho within tho meansof meet borne uwu In tbo old ltiya whom woHtem lcattlo rhgedtllczo tbo plains antI the cowboy vms in his glory thnt queer citizen would rothor 00006 Cbeyqnno saddle than a best girl 11 fnt to bVwiwQut ft Cboyonne Bodifco ami a fIrSt dane revolver vns to bo BO betteithaithu filjoepbord orsof ihntorrt t Wbon the writer wits in Cheyenne tho ptixor dfty tbo QtAf plaooa bo looked fur vero tbo paddlo makers Bhoni Ho vaa Surprised toflnd PJ ly ono showy first clues store of tbo belngocroHlsignet rnro business than wan go mg oIfat tio druggists neon hyJOT thQ stationers over the way The goods displayed in the window orlrnordindrvIbero band stamped saddles there were tbobogo cumbrous tnpnderoa there wore the luriala or ropes the iuag riiQccat bits thnt lookod like Moor WoroIspurisinnd in pbort the windowa forriiod a ina3aum of things that a cowboy would have pawned his saul to ovsn The metal work was all cncli na n cavalryman once declared it tho most elegant horse Jewelry incroptlon Englishmen and Gcrroons now trnpplngsI tolrqo catr man who knows a good- tbing will care to use Cowgirl sad dIet vero en view sovon of thorn with rigging for aido scat and witb stirrups made in lfpPJr shnpa It id not that tbero oro really half a dozen cowgirls in the world orbit a doou women like the Colorado cottlo queen or the lady borso breeder of Wyoming but thoro ore western girls who liavo to ride n great deal and they have fond fa tbora and brothers and still londOn lovers hence tbo mnnnfactoro of magnificent eidesAddlcs all docked wth bnbd Btatujxfd pnttorn anti looking as rush nstho richest Bed oath over 1roctroI r horse gear bo ing usado TbCfl fUn good trade in cowboy cutflt3 that are ordoretl from Montana tbo DakotiiH Wyo wing Colorado Dud TOXUH and aitpi Ion goods go to tIm h uu roncbis of evnII Idaho and Oregop More over os long aa men ride horses therewill bo a trade in fancy outfits for tbom ppaTor Field and jfnrm 9 tin Ilrtlxtc a tba N mo of ills for Did you notion Unit man regis ton asked tbo dork of an uptown botol ad a Jsod fiicod wan turned aray from tthe desk He had writ ton his own nmoo and another ou the recorduno hoe boon coming fcoro for four or five years that Tao niombor r continued thu clerk Tho Karoo that follows bia own Is tbut ef his son though tho latter has i qo dead fcrthroo years It is a so full of sadnes Tirol zen mikes regular trips to fbo city hisInboot11ahim ond the boy did scorn to bo a Buttling good follow they nlwny Bbilrtd the snino room alwaya wen lout together and seemed churns moro tban Lather and eon Dot the boy died The next time tho father come to the hotel there wnirainark change in his appefirnooa Ho 11t1 silently up to the desk and registered After writing ibis awn nniuo bo placed that of bia son bo iicntb it just aa bo formerly did1I culled bia attention to it buth tOOl nothIhoIGmO jU8tIrimes siltrWhat la tho use nttornpting to teach Kinging to a girl who has no voiconnd no rntural tasfo for rim pio yonuskJuat tbia If you exIlearning to sing you will have no quired tbo art of breathing correct lyi nnd that al9no ia worth the ex penditure of money and time not to mention ttbop7cnHnroof understand lag what i moarnibya voll trained voice and proper rdndenng of h song Brooklyn Bade Urnporor William of Germany hsffl burrJuges in Iris srnblcs In Her Un Of these 100 Bro for tho uso o his suit Tbo broughams victorins and landaus used by tIre emperor anti by tho members xif tho royal family aro all painted aliko and are iover used by any ono else lienlity surpasses imagination BUY wo HiiO breathing briglitoning ana moving beforo duroyos sights pour ertJ9 ornbnrj tl1n aY we ovqr htttiidiiri thuandot Seay Gooqet j f t J CAr CER UBED ea1iDAUF Qy tho Persistent Uso cf f Ayars RfeKfebmatffi u1 was troubled fqr years with a sore on my knee which several physicians who treated me called a cancer fissuring faa that nothing could bo done to save mylifo Asa last resort I was induced to try Ayers Sarsaparllla and alter tak lug a number of bottles tho sore began to disappear and my general health improve I persisted in this treatment until the sore was entirely healed Since then1 tire Ayers Sarsapflrilla occasionally as a tonic and bloodpurifier and in deed it sooras as though I eoujd not keep house without ItMrs S A FIELDS Bloomfield In AYERSThe Only Worlds Fair Sarsapariila Ayors Pills Regulate tho Liver Now is tho time to subQrIbefor the NEWSLRADKK only 81a year Sono ttllle8Jn I wns cugagocl In hand ling jitriOHiid It injuredl my eye I induced our druggist lucre Mr J E Allen to try jour Stitbertnijds liig Eye Salve and wiiJ esiy it cured rue inn very short time nnd our little girl uis suffering with sohi njca nul wo used on her eyes mid it cured lien We iwn elder U till Inttt 050 salvo on ourth Yonrn trulyp l lpriltttBurliUo Ky HilLelj ===Iwist spmintr one our jrandcblUlron was sick with severe Lorcl trnubl llIr ilbfU r remedies tHaI failed tbei otilrd CbainhurlainB Cello Cboler uiui4DisrrIueeaRintt clv whiob KIV vcrj speedy relief Vorcjrarrl it Ita the best medicine over put on the mnrkrt for bowel complaints Mrs E U WrtKorv Frc lorlckutowM Mo Xbis vertHirilyi h ilrt niMivIno ever put thojnarhe kpt for dysentery stun izier complaint coilc and citoloni tnfuntni iii eliUilreii Itncv frfrie toKh c iirmupt relief vliot usod in reasonable iiino nlld l Uin plcin prln l lirt 111111 ro rhlluool iluin tl Uiors hay co se1 their Ihrgrntiltxdo for the riivn it has nflKteil cbtmherlnthtr comh 1teiidy ur riMsi erorrJ ntnl wlifiopUlj ronsh Is pleasant solo Jiiul reliable tUlle WAYS TO CURE A COL- DQsisiuatInns Im rrhlt r nxk cnij lyQTit ansatliari- Iin dtDj wnyplup joor 4 jcur rst- ri ipr uiJ rjl urtiyh ihp nrj rerew ther yat ar4 Lr nr Iulti rart cur atOU The mskf ItuJsMs5flLnL- naftvacsl2 ysur ciay notui4u 2t u ttiPtttCt- cuaS uist uurii Indet btilit 5t NI Ifl clI tlt t rralnlit t tan 3ztal s a i 1 IIACUtfJIainaiM girt lisa 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tuonctively discussing ntItical topics at ocal interest aud to thom vocation says an exchange papers many cf wbicb ar Tgiveu ThoI spread utility by pnblitJiitijDn oruljy W6ll oxprraaod nod indicate owe fill thought The preparntion of such InIi reader alikft and it is stwli study thin adds efficiency tow dignity to Uio farm cullingcro jThorej best butter Theory and prncticfl must co together iUgOOd fanningII Potatoes must have Jooso 1rthil1- which tub may cxpiind1 You cannot compoto hi attcrjnhkiis thfcso days Avith pOOr cow3i tiS L t rC= 4 r rp j qrisvi What Esu lt n ICastQrti is Dr Srtmucii Pitchers proscription for initrutsianti Children It contains neither Opu JVIprphino nor other Narcotic substance It It A harmless substitute for Paregoric Drops Soothing SyfapsnnL Castor QU It ts Pleasant Its guarantee is thirty years use by t Millions of Mothers Costoria cStrfJYs sand4illays Pcverlslincss Castbria provente ironiltins Sour Ourd cureS Dlnrrhool nnd Wind dplic Cosioria relieves Teething troubles cures Constipation and FlatolencyS iJandis the Ohildrciis Panacea tho 2Hother s lcndI Castoria Castorla nnezceltentnedldne for eWldreu Mothers have repeatedly told me cf iU good effect upon thdr chlliircrl Dr C OSQoob Lorrtil Mas The use of Castoria Is so nnltcrsal and its raeritr so well known that it 1a Trork of supererogation to endorse it Few tue Ute inte1iIeat families who do riot c CAstor within easy reach MATTX Jfew City I procrib Casloriacrerjr day for children who are itiSrlag from constfpnllah with cthcrII Caitoria u WorlD 1eowtl a4pOI tp blveat- hat lrcconunttJllltas superiOr toauyprs scripUou known to int J JLX Aacn4Ii1tBroo1lyn rY hrorIItTtt1 I MetecDtnreiedc- astor1 iauihsifall uJwytzda ocJo so as1t3b indW pduetbae5t4at nsul 1 Hnwnt r PAmrantD cwvtk Cit t tfrx s We hart three children and they Crrftr nitthcTsdastcriat beavcgiconssjdose the otters cry rot oae too I shall alway take picosare in recommesdiiiir his test childs medicine RerW At9Or Fqv1Z7- 4 Children Cry for Pitchepe CSt rla t Tuc CItUJl TUT aTJIn NcWroNctv r FAEMERS HOME HOTEL JOHN H DeWITTi ASII1GlJ tl jl flfIBrplt01111 f v Proprietolr IJTHOROUGHLY flENOVATEDkDJR1URNIUID A I VHG12 STABLE AKD WAyON YARD JN GONNFCTIOK WITH no iti UAT Q POOL AND BILLIARD ROOM le Jf Jr A 400 to 422 East Marketstreet itlT Efist One Dqlldr a Day Jjoases in the City or State LOUISYILLEEETUCITI J a j It a Single Meals 25 Cents V tr wJNI TffOflpSON CLEIVEENSJ i i1 r J n at Sfi t 11Ncr l11j 3 Our equipment in the JJrideftaler sami Emc 1mt balmers line is UFTODA GE iaeteerjrj fspect m Sasketk and Robes from the finest to the chjEapjw eSt furnished prpmjptly Wet nswerc lsHay or 4S1I night and guaranteeS m LutrjS IJ f f Ir ttSi WHCGiL4ii J w raoney by patroniKthgvhome merobanls We J are able to give the public the LOWEST PRIOESon t FURNITURE NffittRPS4 We can duplicate city prjca ori aiT llircg iin 1 1ourline A trial order is nIl vtf ask to con showingy fl to buy or npti t IT TIWCLIE2 YOU 4 jr roc 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