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trlodtojclinyotn hand ac FJ Mtt In Tr- uns1QOSSI J IiCCHORD Thatclover young jy lawyer and pojitician Sen aUirC 0 McQhord declares that fas hat retired from politics fo ever and has decided to settle apringfielland practice of law The celebrated Holt Wilt case in Which Mr Mc Chord jas engaged as attorney tor Miss Hin sone of the conJ testaLts has bSen settled so fur aslhellatters claim is concerned Ajcompromise hasbeen effected by which Miss HinesOs re1 imbUTsed for allexpenses of her xmteet and has aneat sum left tbatlbeadvlscduse he could see ahead What bebeleivwl tube a legal contest probably of beveral years in length and of great expense to his client I fOOTERS Talk about root- ersj said a ball plaver in pe kngO their recent victory at GatnpbeUsville Bpiirgfield nnonnoneof the to jvns are in itwilh Campbellsbille Down there tbey have rooting down to an prt It is not congned to the siiutll boy but crown men nd women atd especially the firls nra adepts The crowd on Saturday wuv supplied with woat seemed like ton thousand tip TiioniS and as long AS the Gamp b llsvtllus were atead coo could hardly hear himself think As the game progre ed however knd wo forged ahead the horns were silenced one by J tioI and all that remained of brass band was the fellow with a clarionette who solemnly played After The Ball for the benefit oflbe tired lIt fielders for the Ca Dpellvilles 4 n ScaouuiRHjp Setfator- jfij C 6 McChori rr uests us jo announce that he has been gIven a fccholarshjp in Centre Cullege at Danville to be given to some Reserving young man In this county He has turned it over to the Charity aud Literary club of this place to be dit posed of This is a good opportunity jar some ambitious young man to get tnt one of the best colleges 4n the country Out representa live W H Morgan also has a scholarship to dispose of as the fpllowit g will explain JKirklaid Ky AlI 8 Editor meischolarshipLInj grille Ky which I will take DdnI ure in giving to some needy v aDft man who desires to at tend ficbooi during the school year 1390 and 1897 I would like Ipr all the young men In the bounty who expect to attend school to wrlte to me V Very respectfully W H Morgan V PAIR The managers have OURared no pains to make our tuirlhis year a success in every irepect and now e v ii r y t hI n g points to prosperous jneeting It has been a good year for crops with the farmer and the chances are that that element wjll turn out ull force The races which ape proving the star attraction 4Vtbe fairs cf late will bring cut ttioro fast horses We are in the trotting circuit and as some good parses are being up some of the best horseflesh in the ooiiutry will no doubt be here Lack ot1ta11Cyandeu1ormatter1n the bulbs enures tbp hair to fall out and turn slay Wo retMiniuend hails IlalrIjQ jtfver tto prevent badueangryucaj Iiiiiiiiii CORRESPONDENGE FREDERICKTOWN1rom The public school at this place opened last Monday with forty ser en pupil Slits Lottie Keller a charming young InHy of Louiville visited friends here List week Miss Nora Tucker is home froth n pleasant visit to Coxs Creek Miss Ella U Shaunty will teach the Chnplirt school beginning the last of tfys month Mis Knto Wjllinns was in your townl ukfng after the pajnting of her house Mrs Susan Lewis of Bimlstovn visit her brother at Croaks station list Saturday and Sunday Several Wushillgtfn county teach era here will be examined iin Nelson County this month preparitory to teaching in that county Mr Charles W he alley is again our mail driver having bought the privilege fum Mr Stuart Miss Slvannah Mclntirc has re turned from Bnrdstonn going that far with her visitor Miss First who will spend several diys there before going so her hone in Louisville Dr RJ Hamilton and wife have Ksutncd their travels after enjoying a delightful and beneficial rest with the doctors filmily near here Mr C y Vheatlygoes to Louis vills next week for new cood IMIss Lulie Durnett 61t Louisville IS with her aunt Mrs M1 L Coiiuoi for the lest of the summer Mir Pcnrl Connor has ontractcd with the truateea fcir the DugJin school near IHoomiieKl Z Two Lives Saved Mf Plineho Thqtnns of ion Tity ill toll by her doctors rUiojind win UlnJltlJllllnil that tligro was no liopo for her hut two bottle of Dr CIIi4 iiseovcrv eotctolyetireti itor nncl lio Jijs it Kived hu life Mr Tluw 139 Florida St Suit FrnnclHco HUlVeml Irctn a Ircndfnl cold nppmcilng cmi tdituptiotir tried without result evcry ibiiig else loon bought ono Iottlo of Dr IngH Now Discovery tiiul in two works was curwl lit In iiatnnilly tlianJc ful It Is Hiicli rcsulU of which ondtirfnllCfilllUYfulL Frus tiiiil UiltleH tit lliydoi Ilobcrtpcui Duifglsts lU nlni tlrjutett tIN andJ WILL1SBURG IFrnmOQr rularloucapon ntJ Archie Birch has returucJ to LouisvilleM was in Lnwrcnceburg Thursdny Erastus lirown ll returned from Cincill nil tti Mr Frank IlclTermar uho has been visiting J B Cay 1I1i61retuiii edto Louisville t- El Wells and It A Burton were in Antioci List week Miss Knt1 Rois pcnt Sunday W4th Mrs Fmccy Free roads has met with the ap pioval off the people of this section Invincible Juck has his tobacco crop cut 1kIi Peter and Co received stock at this place lust week The less dependent America id upon other countries till stronger and more prosperous she will be A countrys wealth is increased by every dollar kept ut home und its specie and vitality is exhausted by every dollar sent abroad Our country would be less enriched byI every dolUrsavcdeven if the prices of a foreign article Le less because remains here to increase wages by increasing thc demand for home products Coin in croc grows with improved lacilitics trausportati jn and communication Trade is the life of a nation therefore a nation will hazard warfor iteselfpYcsor vation The country hia jrovn in spite ot Protociive TarifF but had we been under Free Trade it would have grown still mord wonderfully A Protective Tariff discourages obstructs restrains and decreases our foreign commerce A Free Trade onccurages facilitates imj motes anti increases that trade A country is prosperous only when its exports exceed her itnpoits every extra dollar coming il in a dolliir of prpspcrity even dollar going out thai could justJ as wfiii be kejpt jrr 0 ij at homo in a dollar of adversity If a Protective Tariff obstructs and decreases our foreign trade arid if Free Trade promotes and increases that trade if time first be injurious and the latter ffcneficml tj urI countryhowiai if then that Under the frotcctive Toriod of our finan dill legislation that our xports in variably exceed our iropOrtP wiiile under ureo Tradc perinds onr im ports invariably excccds our imports Old Tebple Old pooolo who require tnodlclno to willIbut acts as a tonic rind alterative und acts mildly q tho atJtniuJi howell adding stiongth and giving tuno to the nrgHiiR thereby autllrr1zuntuire in the per ormafico of tho functions Electric iMttGrRJK nn excellent appetIzer and nidx digestion rind old people thud it just exactly what they need 1rico and J u bottle nt Uuyilon it Iloboi tson COXGREStsIOXAff DEMOCRATIC n iIOX4 iPursuant to the order and call of the Democratic Coin mi tee of tho Fourth Congressional District Democratic Precinct Con yentions are hereby called to meet at the respective voting aturIdayp to be called to oflr by the Dem cfcratic Cotnmitltjemen of each 1prrcinctmember of said cpnveniion Said precinct conventions are called delIegatesvention to bo hod at tho Court House in Spnngtield Ky at 2 p in Monday August 24 18QOI t Itpgates to attend the Democratic zvIhftthtofn Thursday August 1896 lor the purpose of uomiuat- tn J a Democratic candidate for Congress for the Fourth Con gressiunal Dihtrict The basis iuf precinct rnpresentation in the Couaty Convention is ojie delegate for each twenty five votes astIforand tbe basis of county repre sentation n the Distiict ConveQ lion one delegate for each 100 and fraction over fifty votes cast ibr P W Hardtn for Governor T 7 SIMMS Chairman Washington County Dem Com ftiiift tlioii minister to n mind IH cai4eiyuilii Miulxiih torUilnlv 1I1l lind the iiuniit of tho iniiul ilcppiuln iur cly if not oly on thin fondiUoM IrIIhu stomacli liver and Ixiwoln for nil which winiphiintj Ayci 5 MMlli art the BovrciKuwt IIIIIIg on curth Deafness Ciuinot Be Cured j liy nll iii liutionsnM they ran not rrhch tho disoasod portion of Uioanr There only ono way to euro deiifnass and th it liyirntiHtitutlnunl ro mod Deafness cmiccd by an thud condition tho mucoiiH lining of tho ofI lib When this tube gets liillniiied have n mumbling sound or Inipcrfett Jionring and whon it Is enlnjy closid InIhullnmtlontilts rcHtorod to normal cotulltlon liearing will bo dcxtroycA forcvon nino ciitos out IIf ten are caused liy rntarrl which nuihiiiK hut nn Inflamed edo edition of tho muiroiiH wirfnre- We will give Ono Hundred loJ r for any 14 oof deafness cmmc l hcuturh that cannot by cured by halls Cutnrrh CIUC Send for circular fret K J CIIKNEY CO Toledo 0 r old by jill dniKglnts 71 fmoticany ninmraMa- A good niauy thiuga depend on tim point of view remarked tho philoso pher Thats so replied Farmer Coiai tossol Ye never said nothiu truer u thatHave yon notictd It Shd say J bed Ordinary sent in a circus costs 50 cents JSf ye Sit a rs served seat it cORtsjlnn ef yere a toy an kin sneak iu under the tent ou tcost liothJu t alL 1 tell yo itI makes a heap o difference Wash iugtou Still Dlfappolntment The scttcII Whats tho matter Flo Tine III 1II fpuud they were uOthifigiutjv bicycle rleraIvesNjyirsl i INICE GAME THIS It Waa Cancel tbo Ono Handed ilohi Up and Beat All Hand 11jJrninocame back into the parlor car and asked mo to come forward lute the smoker and take a hand in a game of euchre 1 found two other chaps belonging to tho profcBh and we hnd the car to ourslvcs After ft few minutes however a young tuna got oust a small station He was n native but he didnt seem to bo over bright anti not nt all dangerous He watched the cards with much interest far two three games and one of the men finally observed gameNo1oyoucailItThis four handed euchre Yos tots of fun in it rind you ought to learn to play Its good to take hayseed out pf the hairSThe young man removed his hat and rait his fingers through his hair as ii expecting to comb out a lot of Jmysocd and it was three or four minutes before ho said So thats four handed euchre chi MYe nice game isnt iir Pcu like it but Ivo got one to beat itII Have you What do you call it I call it a one handed holdup aud heres lookiu at youP He was not only looking at us but bis two gnus were doing the same thing IlndII hoIwads ofgrceubacks and the young nina readied for them with the remark I generally tako nil tricks in youIand when the conductor came iu aud saw the cards on the floor and four men looking tired ho exclaimed J I Well well But yon fellow Reeml to need something to brace up oa Dallas Jscws rtJDvlUcl M tfCoUbloD No sir said the man who had wavered Avpnj learn to ridoa bicy elo I had thoughts of tying it but have just heard of a peculiar trait in the machine that caused mo to change my mind 1Whats that j that when you first try to ride if you see anything you cspo chilly wish to avoid yon ro almost cer taii to run into it Theres a good deal of truth in it Well that wttles the wheel for meI I have enough trouble with bill collect ors oa it is Washington Star Tardy Pentteoco 1Why vont mammas littlo boy tell mamma what lies been stuffing himself with anxiously asked the maternal parent betiding over the couch You entinsJto have eaten at all und you wont tell me what it is It makes ine sick At helirtli It makes mo sick o tart tool manned Johnny turning his face to tho wall But mnmniadid oct ootchonOhl cagoTrlbunoII tell you sir said the man who likes toair his views on the jlntform cf a street car WI live in a cold uufeel lug world Ohol jaid the man in the golf EnitI So someone has betn laughing nt gnu while you were trying to learn to ride the bicycletc It does have a tendency ClmIcagoPost Chnpcrori Needed INoa young woman aid the answers to corroxpondcnts man who wants to know if she ought to have a chaperouwhcn she Roe wheeling She doesnt if sho will wear knick ShEIher then Everybody size meets win tend to that Cincinnati Enquirer IDeaerved the Prize Howard has re ceived a medal for superior taste and accouiplishmuuts in music It So I am told But I never know that she played Jhe piano at all Sue doesnt Detroit Free Press Cupid Rival Madge suffered terribly when her engagement was broken ItYes but her fathergot her mi 1890 wheel sand she soon came ground Tight chicago Bccord n1l1 Ilefori Tak nJI Rose Van Arndt Sof you think you IlroIj peu offlozpgagsneiit that torries inhW OdltcrV c1f j 7 11 iititTHE NARROW ESCAPE OF A MAIL CAR RIER IN THE SOUTHWEST l A Prcfiplnent San FrsncUco Attdrnej1 Re hitea a Thrilling Experience of HU Hay boxlSorgozizi Graves Arrived In tUe Nick of Time Judge Francis Adams jio7 a San Francisco attorney 5vas ouocf tho early pioneers of the great west raid few of thf old timers Jiave witnessed more thrillingoccurrences or participated iu more exciting events than he Perhaps the narrowest escape I ever hid said the jndgo a few days agoiu recalling scenes that antedate tho gold dlscofery was an encounter with hos tilo Indians in the year 1847 And hero is tho tory It reads liko fiction after the lapse of years In tho above mentioned year Mains then a boy Of 17 was engaged in carry ing military mai between El Paso Tcxt and Allrajfncrquo IttL The greater portion of M country through which ho pasfcd Tvnsrn desert vrastw OIIQ piece of the way particularly dangerous being in the vicinity cfli frequent rendezvous of the Indian and for tho mail carriers safety and protec regtIitrlydthachcdijaizaua on tho Rio Grande to mctft io mail toy at u certain point of the rou o at which be always halted mid to scort him over that part of the Toad which was considered unsafe Tho spot iu question was generally reached after nightfall1 It eo happened that tho tfilccr in chnxe of tho troops was Sergeant William J Grove who oftonVord became prominent as lawyer elncoIGraves was of herculean build brave as a lion andos reckless ho was brave Young Adams had on several coca sious ben bard pressed by cavagcs hal Ira was well mounted and hjs steal had c1Ioccurred for quilo n littlo period eo that upon ono occasion Sergeant Groves felt iiuVlincdi to take matters rather leisurely Then Concluding that ho would miss tho jnail carrier if ho rodo to tho pjmt of rocks tho sergeant resclvcd o stiriko r lufghiyayIwas iifter nightfall but tim big silvcr mcoii made tho night radiant end cb jccts could bo distinguished clearly for u considerable distance The horse was allowed to grazo about and Adams 6nt donii to rest Then he nuzannfortlietrdcpcrsbut mONlIAtliyaa laiow what that meant and leading the animal to the cover cf some that1thel him from all sides Delay meant death Adorns put his carbine in order sprauig Into his saddle selected an opening iu the Indian line and driving his spurs into his horses iWe made nMeepcrato dash fat life Tho Indians were momentarily ccrtcd by the bold movement Mains used his curbino en tho nearest of tim cremy and despite a rain of arrows plunged through Who lino Just us het bought himself fairly iu tho race to save his scalp ho saw ricad bn1l4ofIndiansHo whirled to ouo side nod then a chase against Lcavy odds began Fwr ren miles the taInted warriors pursued him gaining on him every minute Tho arrows pirrccd hits clothing itho radian yells almost Irowticil the nOisel of the hoof beateof lira steed UM horse was wouuded bnt tlio faithful beast still struggled on Tho 04 rounds cf fuI munition dufied by tho rider Win mot cxhautcd The horse felt derfd At this juncture firing via lieard afar Tho Indians wcrp staid fer sud den terror Frank Prank Where urq you fIf through the Jiostilo baud GmvcsTjmlT burst his way knocking Indians to tile right and to tho left Tho Indians scat tered liko children before him yt Quick Cued Graves loairiUf fur down from lila saddle txtcndiiig Ida IJflfccLlldup behind Adams mounted behmd tIm RcrgoanV Tho Indians did not recover front theft surprise mid shock of the young jtiuuttf charge until they were awaro Jj whites on a single hdrsb ridlugftwity irf tho moonlightrrt n epccd that roam rj11Mrj1 moon Jsnmirur the Ruulighfto us An esan iuatlcil or moonlight With thp Kpcctrbscopo Bbow 7jnulightis indicated in uier auuouncemont that it would take nofbworthan 018000 fulll ofqlightthe snuj and there jbi Only pky rconf for j ray 73000of them Sinn bOat cqmto Irma the moon but ordinary inctllods will not mca rb it lifowcvori jffiis ca bnbeighftyithonsaudth 1 thoirujt the mocuVs orbit tg tho lioriroiv rountsr forthe harvest pud tho Jiuntcra thoiipiigisIlgbtostl vise about the same tinio fbf fidvbral 1tJnppcarsrJijucJi enlarged when on dID horizon but this Is cuuscxl bytho i0 kractive feature iiezir abotiVihp horizon and The witirdIl tcndcucytlT tlouiparo it vltlr terrestrial objects LadifrS Hcsn JcuruaL J J i t i jjp4Uppjr i aii tJ ilIEP9 E SJ 0HOW IT PUT A STRANDED MI STREL ON HIS FEET r i s Georgia Negro Foun JvIJUla Jtxuirc1d4 Clan ofITis MelodloB Ia tondqnVrili Had tfco pirtcHIToTtanft to Sleet P rtjr of Sontherd Ofcntlcmen ASjln ftiust1tIcnaf Jho Bontlmcnt tayeenorl byIho old songs that ficloufi to the southland said aVirjdniauift tim corridor of thOtGrand iiotcl tha othv rftay I 7aut to relate the story of tdincident that ernie under my pbscx ration while J was in Loiidoa eight or nliia ycara SCLii II Vraa a stranger nud the prospect was i ot pleasant brie but I happened to Bcolhd name at a man from myom tatoiba liiqT hotel register and alitfi otiih Idid iot kuowiiin dcteithlileul t oscnd my cant to hia room Then zbhappy thought struckVmty iitid I hunted stCpIngof iniiit through n number of conlJi t scab the hallboy to deliver them A half hour later eight men tweifroni e 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Mtotvii lifter tho 1ctoijifer 1 1JIDOUiuJOlld siddreMea totm1iI t rAtBrilfnorrfl l aiuionncilfc til i cC Wales itoit 1tr JUQjSy 1bW ndi bcc1idleli rLd Qr iliIoni tj ldtions Io1ithfLea1i tclcsrm vas liandecilo 1dm iiIiI miR wonlasec 1 id j1zidfctcU4t QctIotQr1adoeubt viczti Ji d th JiMttot lcttlii d tiersObjtkts L MiqreLos r i Tr4I11011 iil feutmbuiiig 61io rjaiut4th1IDtr trr p t 1 lmr to Rt1113 tUJtl Iui4uytiiimt i3heVjiht tediii3k ittdCJL1 eMr11troU salary sfasL stAt mmr s iJlllFi r j j r crs 1 t i i dfi5 t l i 4t V T Lw t THE NEWSLHADERo r TilE NEWSREADER f HURBDiiY AIQ te 1896 I E LV DAVISON dR j rEx GfOVERfcOR John Young i 3Brown bas annouced himself as t t a candidate Sqr the Democratic iiomioatlpn Jbr Congress fromj the Filth Con teBSiottai district bn the free silyer platform This fa ttttliotfor lor which J Watt t Glet nen rorthery of this counts has been prominently mentione t i r ap1rfiew that the exgpvernor has Ajtbeicall over our youngj friend Ca npngthesilVeritesi jvMCHE PopuliaU have nominated 31H W J ifaffim as their can f tifflate for Congress in this Con fres3iopal1clisurict Tf tMr Durham i0Ts jt good populist and will prob ably carro about the full Vote of that party On which the freed Vec Democratic t candidates Itad tiuietlv been counting d JKpli jOHN W L Wis spoke aVMackville yestei3ayand was Teqthu iasticaly received Mr Ity Levels is receiving letters every v flay from his friends over the districtallor which lead himt believttthath is stroager ita the jaiSttict ttKflay than he Was at Uts election A NANAQD em p p ratJJ jaLee 2to strong has beei formed at Winchester Ky n bpppsitlon to BryanA weekly jpapei1 will be pabllsqecl during 1 the campaign the first numb- eabrpeartng yesterday 7 iA v- fvpfeE number of persons todi Irani the electsof the hear dur1 raSnrthe past few days iis almostrqunprecedented In Nevt York knd Brooklyn the number o heat victims b over 100 daily t NOMINEE BBYAW has been o swingaroun lthe circle maktp CSeecbesatraUwap stations en o wiUIra l formallk y giventiLi Woop DJJNLAP hs his seat to the Legislature wbie1 the never occupied ri r CAUSES OF SWARMING Sirei Prime Factors Den Brood an joo K cUr Are Sfoeendi to Swarming VAsair influence in swarming I t l know what difrcrcnce there vroaW t3eias between old aril young bra for JbaTpjxot observed on this point I do Iinow Jfhat heat Dents no little infln For Jho whole ol toy apical rural j life it has been iny cnsf om to disconr- t ago swarming Before tho flow an- dy4 nvhca they aro not making a living it uttaakcop them with just enough Btorc- siSteepljrccdingt going nicely 1 bar Vciy little BWannlng orcnthough thi colony bo strong and tho wreathe JioL J3io eamo conditions With plenty t ktoresvrill inCTcaso thoBrrarming pro r ably 2b per cent Add next nectar from iho fields plenty and tho swarming J t6rcT goes up to a high pitch Thu5 ivritesacArreslrondcntofTbaBce Kccp tfa Review and authority for the fol lowingrilany bcce mnch brood abundance btnectar a Crowded condition anti hot weather will bring about swarming in x ot Mite3ntit rapidly diminishing toward the closo ol i thosommer of onelheaou tubbwayatrarming t d take the brood and son stop it Leave theIcedflancoof old stores will boaetimnlfl tol- v l wanning in nbont 25 to 60 per cent- Compared as with cctor gathering A s 4temperiottirQJjig 20 to 25 per cent as against oxcessive ther swarming 20 to 40 per cent Giving IUldabunrdcoreaso swarmfug t Jmuch nioro than the room if they maun1lentge f GIingr tt so f2 tonycnient for tho bees to congregate in th Jmperla why thosoranforoxtruc 1 jcompiellevosandIt honey in tho brood nest Bees brood and nectar are tbo three rime factors necessary to swarming trpwdlag odbeat arc secondary factors ttr LiyluaeW trolleyr bar rll gong Lnowwhkisat Cbtcastrdga + t fjPfi J PERSONAL GOSSIP Mr Astor is entertaining very much this season in hia English home Physically Mr Austin is the smallest poet laureate Gr at Britain has ever had He is only a little over four feet in height Mrs Mary Putnam Sharpo of Pom fret Conn now 84 years of age is the granddapghcer Sir Henry Irving Isnt proud At teoeutlittlodinnerhasaid to a certain dramatist Never mind about the Sir To mo youre Smith and to you Im ItvluJJ1t Mrs James Miles of Frankfort Ky baa recently received the third pair of twins Once she had triplets Miles will never lack for bread for his chil dren Ho runs aflouring mill ExUnited States Senator Edmunds of Vermont resists all attempts mado from timo to limo to usa his influence in the politics of his state Ho has a splendid law practice and is glad to bo out of politicn1life4- 1unn Garcia an aged Mexican reside tug in Now York city is trotting a new sot of teeth Ho claims to bo 01 years old and says that nature provided his mother With four sets of troth during her lifo of 103 years It is reported that tho marriage of the Princess Heleno of Orleans with the Duko of Aosta has turned out unhappily and that tho duchess is anxious to ob lain a separation but has been prevent ed so far by tho Duke dAumale It has been arranged to erect a me morial to tho late Christina Rossotti in Christ church 7gburn square London which she attended for nearly 20 years Sir Edward Borne Jones has consented theeM Murphy of Company E Sixth Alabama who attended the Confederate reunion at Richmond wore there the coat that he wore all through the Will Ho Bars that General John B Gordon nscd it asa pillow when ho was wound d at Sharpsburg wellnknown Republican of Los Angeles has become a raving manioc He is a lawyer of high standing and attainments Some months ago his wife died and Constant brooding over his bereavement has su roverrIt is related of the lato Jules Simon that when he was directed to make an official report on tho Paris exposition of thgsvorkeaccord reduced it to 2400 to the amazement of all officeholders Berry exhangman of England has luauagcy onfalter pleaded that the lecture was only worth 85 a week and also that Berry was too drunk to deliver it but he lost C39aIl THE FASHION PLATE Tho newest French corsets of tinted petticoatslThe newest organdies nro barred with satin and brocaded with exquisite Marie Antoinette designs Very rich and elegant satin brocades are used for elegant Louis coats with skirtsdGreat use ia made this season on traveling and shopping costumes of English serge mohair and choviots in fino heather mixtures of tiny gilt pearl steel and jot buttons sot on in clusters variouslydworn English walking the sailor shape tho alpine with dented crowns the Tam OShanter the bell crowned Rubens and tho clpth cap matched to the costume Silk moire taffeta and a new rustle fabric called snroline having all tho virtues of percaliue with additional strength and gloss are two nosy waist and skirt linings that are finding gen eral favor Soft tinted pinkish lilac sprays are lovely on soft gray hats or bonnets trimmed with cream colored Venetian lace and valley lilies blush roses and dark green velvet ribjxro make a charm ing garniture for a leghorn hate Si cs in printed warp effects are ex tremely popular this year and for fancy waists use is mrfde of pretty jacquard Taffetas striped and iridoscent bro cades striped rcpped and plaided kai leis and Lyons woven and domestic dyed babntais Now York Posh DAINTY TRIFLES Imported bolts of enamel work on dmetal are very beautiful The summer girl wears tho Trilb heart with this difference it contains a tiny mirror instead of photograph Richly deporatcd cabinets with Ver uisMartiu panels and glass shelves di vide favor With bijouterie tables with glass tops IN THE OATFIELD LadTartlla A series of experiments made or con dusted at the Ohio station shows an in creased yield from plowing tho laud over disking or surface cultivation ta a preparation for the seed of nearly 4 M bushels of grain per acre The SytdodwakaaudJnixcd groups Show a decidedly higher percentage of ftmutfed beads than either the Pelcom Qwakocluvshowing about onefourth more Con tinuing to grow oats from smutted seed may in five years time decrease thq yield almost onehalf as indicated in the re varietyThe0 group were from the following varieties Clydesdale Colonel Welcome Whito Belgian and Centennial In the Seizure SCiznandro g JapanWrlsona i Qjownkoo highest jJIclda wer Bonuer irttS4hars 1lifrrl r hi h Great Summer Clearance Sale At Prices to Open the Pocketbook Here is what we have to offer Call and see the greatest values ever offered for the money MensStraw Hats We yet have a good supply of latest styles marked down 50 per qeut One lot Mens Dark Shirts in sizes IU to 17 to close out at 15 cents each White and Neglipe Sbirtssome of the best brands of shirts made 25 per cane of- fLARGE STOCK Mens Lightweight Pants Cot tonade Worsteds and Allwool at a reductioQ of L5 per cent All perlcent Mens Shoes Come and seu a nice smooth stylish 611Qisolid well made shoo for J G i average yield was decided in favor of tho Seizure group which mado over bushels to the aero In the substation test the Seizure class outyiolded both tho other groups and the Soi uro vq riety modo the highest yield per acre of any of the varieties tested either at tho central substution In the five year comparison tbo varieties giving the highest average yields stand in the following order Improved American Japan Colonel Prince Edward Island Egyptian Dakota Gray and Early Swedish all except the first and third being from the Seizure group But three varieties in the entire list have weighed continuously 82 pounds to the bushel and the Welcome group is the only one that averages up to und direct from the stable during midwinter and ma nuring from the barnyard just before plowing corn ground left a residual effect noticeable on tho oat crop following in favor of tho application di rect from the stable in midwinter The shallowest seeding gate tho highest results in 1895 but tho average for a series of years indicates better results from covering about two inches deep Compacting tho ground either before or after seeding on our clay soil iias re sulted in lower yields Electric Fanning In a report sent out from the Cornell N Y station It Is told that Mr Raw son one of Massachusetts progressive farmers now uses tho electric light in the commercial forcing of lettuce Be has three lamps of 2000 pandlo power each which run all night The hot house covers nearly onethird of an acre Mr Rawsonfinds that he obtains a gain of five days per crop during tho winter which makes a gain of three weeks for the three crops during the winter The gain from onocropho estimates as suffl cicnt to tray tho expenses of operating thoelcctrio light during tho whole sea son Professor Baileys experiments at Cornell confirm those of Mr Rawson as he states ho finds many plants grow moro rapidly when under tho influence of the electric light at night Bunting Cabbages Bursting of the heads will often fol Iowa sudden stimulation of the plants after a period of relatively slow growth c g fctirring tho soil while the heath are forming after a period of neglect- or a heavy rain after a long drought A preventive suggested by Rural New Yorker is to give frequent but shallow cultivation and keep the plants grow ing as uniformly as possible If the heads completely formed before the close of tho growing season partially pulling tho roots from tho ground will check the growth This may bo doe rapidly and easily by means of a potato hook polling tho cabbages over to one side thus loosening the roots on one sidesy GUANAJUATOS CEMETERY Queer Dlocli of StOno Crypt an a SInm lain Sldo Ctfflo Nor Root F H Mack of Inyo county who ii engaged with Patrick Rcddy in scent mining enterprises in the strange llttl1 r tote of Guanajuato Mexico 1000 miles below El Paso tells a story of tho queer burial customs in tho ancient city of Guanajuato the cap itnl of t ho little state a plncc 350 years old It is at the old city in the heart of Mexico where the burying ground is that Mr Mack Is interested in tho alluded to Irho burying ground is on a high point of a mountain near tho town in height and 8 feetthick and in tho walls are pigeouholeliko places or crypts for lire bodies When a man dies his relatives can on the payment of 940 get him put in one of these crypts Tho cuds are sealed up and ho is allowed to stay there for full to put up tho 100 the remains are taken out carted away and put into great yard near at hand whcro Jcomaihs whom Imiurc umr lift 20 fryt dctv Tljnr- 1 Goods Here is where the knife goes deep 18c Dimities and Lawns cut to lOa per yard Dress Ging hams 4c a yard 15 cent French Ginghams 7Ac a yard Ladies full regular Black Hose only 5c a pair Ladies Vests 3ic 8c lOc and lac Some fine Silk Parasols and Umbrellas at half price Ladies ShOes Large stock of Ladies Fine fine shoes Slippers and Oxfords to be closed out ref a dl ss o cost Tho entire stock at deep cut prices for the sh1o month of August MANSFIELD c SONS weightManuring are miningenterprise yardefeesy tfjthebowevcr11ho una rDress Worth its weight in poW Suther lauds Eagle Rye Salve C R HARMON f THE LIVERYMAN First class livery outfits New buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys lot the use of excursion partes or drummers The most convenient hitching and feeding place in town MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD Kv Personal FnFJoIHpnJcmltlienirfrcnro hook to any person nfllirtcd with any nnorh chronic or dnhctto disease pccullnr to their sex Address the leading pbyM otans and Hurueons of tlio United Mates lr Hntbawuy Co 70 LxmrlKmi street Chicago is a flight of steps leading down into a passageway which is 300 feet long At the end of this passageway is a grel excavation for the cast Oil bones It i hero that they are piled tosuch an im mense depth- Thlro are to to seen arms lops skulls and other bones at pleasure or to your horror just ta yon take it No many Americans have over bee thcro and of these who have including eom lady tourists a number havo faints outright The sight was too much for their nerves There is a potters field aside from all this as q part of the burying ground already told about and this consists of a trench In which bodies are burled three deep Without any kind of coin This biting a burying ground and managed by tho authorities tho colts that are used aro owned by tho jiiuuici polity and it simply rents tho foQln for use till the body is utmved away in the crypt told about awhile ago Tho eofilus arc used over and over and one of them may have previously had 20 bodies in it It is kept as any other receptacle would be and is used as long as it will last There is another adjunct to this ro markablo burying ground It is this At the bottom of tho stairs on both sides of tho 800 foot passageway which is more properly a tunnel are mummi fled Ixxlics They Bro scaled up in tho holes on each side and they dry up in such a way as to be preserved An American down thcro managed to sits ieit would be quite u curiosity to exhibit Ho got tho body out in acorn way and got clear to Guadalajara with it before ho was discovered and brought back Tho town of Guanajuato was found ed in 1545 At one time it had 00000 inhabitants but now it has 000 Yon can imagine tho vast number of deaths that innnt havo occurred l in thin ancIent town since it was started and this is the only burying ground they have Tho deceased citizens have nil boon stowed away theta Son Fran Calle Whet He Woulil Like She blushed prettily a4 she told tbo sister of her best young mau that eho thought she would buy a birthdiy prea cut for him you know him better than I do she slid borne to you for advico Yes said the sister inquiringly Oh yes indeed What would yon gettknow replied thesis tor carelessly I could only advise you ofIthing that can be easily pawned better than something that cannot Chicng- Post roll 7 ndcoAaiced 31ftUCOan you tell h bnoof thosis girls is the star she Asked 1rnprompt J quo l tameddOh st 3art FOR 100stt If you pay now you can ge yowl County Paper the W NEWS LEHDER FOR ONE YEAR New Man gemen1 New Features New Dross Newsy Spicy Origluals IlldepOi1llted And an Indespensible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington Cpurity will be proud FORr ieoWo will send you the NEWF LEADER und tho Weekly Courier Journal for one year NEAVSLLADKR and weekly Com = moreinfl for 11 i5 NEWS = EADKR cull Cincinnati Eutjnttcr far 81 35 KEWfiT iKADEi and Cincinnati TwiceaWfek Commercial Gaz F165oCull for rates oh other pupora and ihngazincs Como in nnd dee us rISenil in your money t- oEL DAVJSO1tJfL rt LESiItDERu3 hi rJ r J ot f f SEeul 9 f1 1i i r MELROY 8HI4r i f t f FO j 1 iF4TJNWi STOVES g 4 4 tj SEE OUR NEW LINE OF Y iftieeiiWue Giai Cit adleTM tf f toi i8 PilesgvinrCoils Pistblshi MV tteI 0 r tk Couhtry Ptodtice taken lil Exchht7 JfrGObHd x 4 k Ti Roofin ina G uttl3rul 4 S a litY See our STEEL RANGES ana get bi rprice c J DenTON 7n1iNnAYnO Jh H bT l f j J3rBEN HAYDOff Sr Manger itUudnrtakors and Ftmorul ifrcith r i t oi Coffins Caskets Burial Robes Of ail linasFLL Y EQUIPPED e lisanswer a promptly night nr flay r The sel Ices tf ari ESP Rit QEtii 1fjfembalming s- J = ol r 4 if M n ltifON Ji 1 q fIngan Pot li pii g6uJt1 t ii Patrollizer rJr 7 i f l 1 l jrWt i t y ilome i IIlldllstryd t l iiz 1tGBRING YOURu t4 qKvrJii iitBILL HEADL l f tt L tLET0 NOTE READS 4 fyeui4 jtvnii t ENVELOPES 7Ii tn INVITATr ll tS iEJyJ EverythIng inrcthe i t JlJ Priritingldn t JusJter i 4Jl We wIll dojho workrttr t quickly n lianti t 4 IiT fJ1 E ITEST-AqJ t 0 STYLE tlII Jy r to 40 I t TBENEwstEi RHtl J t 1JWesWpPfn of both pxn sad dried apples wotlduud tbo 1ar u t flCehwra tial OiiAll l1ctsa trhUbfptncnttu pruTe ttmfS8tS ttboJtIht marlcet prices tWrite us for further inforivarluu and la sent rro ort s natkw fship 7oer loodJi Cithing In ibo kraln or produce line ftrtctly oo coraaUttoa tohgtdpiartCre Wo imp HERNDONCARTER 1i CoIcessossre CILO r rqtKYi 1 i V f rw1o t r- i q or h wpyw I4 THE NEWS DEADER i ti f Jr it TIIESLEADEt 1 TI J iDit11iED VEIiT TUUUSDA J iORi h SPlIlGFIELDtIC T Y ttQOlR Til IP Ploi r Tn f 1 1 TEETH FXl tED x i JS wITHOUT i t P1tIN 4 1 BytboTiso p itftlied4trOde W4 view effiotto tur own Which leaves no bad offsets ArtitielatJan th uuthror tgrnt1Cf42 mid price Kbo otb molt bo tight 1 erttatutsl expunno j Jj W r apl J ttFIRST CLASS WORK REASONABLEtt IIUUEtT lli1RD DrRflftf will WlldornafUeodurR 1 indoiU kind of work Wilt J lalsoJJrsnm rHf lays Qret Wed J t I J YlduyCOFFlCBOvciTostofliw rrMnln offlc Xo G4 Fourth Ave 4 t ivdnidcillo Jy IFR J FcRINEHA rr j olFFICE HOURS i to 4 pm f i Tuesdays and Saturdays SPRINGFIELD KENTUJKYi j DK J Bf COOP R h 1l tiaydoa Robertson drufc ore r Mjin St SPRINt lIE D J YI DR J1M B RTONc DENTISt a r 7rEETH EXTPACTED WITHOUT t PAIN I OrFinn if gan Block over Mansfield 4ttUUJI More t J SPRINGPl E LD KYf l H JiffiL FOR l d THH- m W ekly Comiercial Free to Readers of tiff PapetS kAnvono sending us in a snhscriptiot o thin pwotIoroneyoaq QCfpmpanlod by 9150 thyregular subset ipUnn pries W theNswtwLltwm wilt bo IOnt tree of rharg9 for one 13rttcor yor the ToalBvlll Weekly ommcrctalu large t 64column paper tilled with more now ibnany other metro pOlAnn wookJy 7Absohtely Correct Market Reports a 1not8ZSoarsoldtii nd have used about pilot the cough and luny remedies that ttavo boon sold during my life and fur Vth benefit of the suiicring 1 will sit that have cover sedany remedy tha lsDr BalUa Vine Tar Jlonoy It gives quick anti permanent relief Jn rKrUipon aollttaotberctughs AVekeop luinour orison lUb and wouldl sot be tUnnt ijl Miw M A MBTCALVB tnSb Kr frnle1if IitlPdQnh it boron 4 tlisrhnnls Ertglc Eyogalvc fares d McKenna Whiske- yEtiis celeb dbrerid Qrf tf Ikey Ikepp for 8 oat my Bait and make 1 l0eciHltrof it fu1u13ii3 suit Jor nht1blD1I1ist t I k if ii 1 tPStN 1 T lhlaXtt Wttm Iyrrttc JOHN aCO Intent Attor get sMutnnD C4or their Stop prin offer and Utt of two hu4red IannUou wanted J0 f u Subscriboforlti NEW S r EADj f1 tIftn ayQltt L 1Ijft I ji wr BOytJT T N rfuJWbeNEwsLkAnE1U mee uLoseCertiacate T1 7 series A Home Savings Building Loan Mao elation jTNSAUNDEBs 11t11j Just received at McOhord Robert son one of the best lines bf shoes every brought totonS- TBAYEDfrom my farm four miles East of Springfield one red hotter weight about 706 pounds i JAMES P HAYES FOR RENT Houses aril grain land on tour farms For particulars apply to OOMcGILL Springfield Ky LOSTA ladys gold watch onTnes day Aug 11th A small gold bow knot attached to it Reward if re turned to oWner MRS E F MAYES Lebanon Fair Aug 25 26 and 27 Three trots and three paces each afternoon Floral Hall display morning of the first day Handsome show rings each morning Dont forget the Oratorical Contest at the Court House August 20th Some of the most talented elocution ists in this part of the State will be there Proceeds for charity Spring cleaning in the house Is im portant and to cleanse the human system JB even more so Neats Lax utive tones one up cleanses and regulates the bowels liver and kidneys For sale 50c a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Browne A survey being driven Mrs W T McElroy and containing some children and members of her family seven in all was run into the other atternoon by a couple of loose horses and badly demolished By what seemed almost a miracle none of the occupants were hurt although the Vehicle was badly broken t DIED At his home this place Qn Tuesday Aug 11 1898 Ruben Marks aged about thirtyeight years N The deceased has many friends in this county and was an industrious and man He was engaged in the sw mill and umber business with his brother at this place and at Woodlawn Ho Joavoa avrifa and two children had boon sick of typhoid fever for several weeks The Gales revival which is being ted here this week is proving success There rte several service each day including prayer meeting bible readings and preaching and tae interest Is growing There is every promise that the meetings will do great good in out community Mr Gales is an earnest and attractive ipjaker Col Bob Campbell our clever Cir cult Clerk is the owner of the cham pion lung distance running horse The horse which has been known for lice gentleness made his running record last Tuesday afternoon He became frightened at the train while hitched to a buggy at the railroad station and broke loose from CoL Campbell who was attempting to hold him by the bit and ran out the Lebanon pike to Bookers road where he turned off and went at a great clip He was afterward found a distance of five miles from where ho started and it is said he made the run in about five minutes era mile umlauts Strange to say the buggy was not damaged to any extent The new metalic or longdistance circuit of the Ohio Valley Telephone Company has been completed from Louisville to this point New poles now wires and a new system have been put In and the service la now a great improvement over the old Mr H T Orittendon who has had charge of the construction of the new line says that the telephone company would bo glad to have anyone who has been in the habit of using the lino to try the now system free of charge in order to notice the improvement Within a few days new long distance Instruments will be put in hero and Neutv York or Memphis with the greatest ease imaginable PERSONAL B D Lake is hero from Louts villa this week Miss T S Barbour of Bardstown went to Tatbam Springs Wednesda Miss Ethel Davis has returned to Louisville alter a visit to Miss Cun ningham MisS Mattio Robertson after an extended visit to her sister at Lowell Mass is home again MJsa Scoarce and Miss Irving o Lebanon spent Saturday here with Mrs John W Simms Measra R L Bottia arid Robertsony Booker of Little Rock Ark are her e visiting relatives Miss Lyda Grundy bah returns from atwo weeks visit to her Blobmfleld Miss Mamie Zairni after a vial t ii r+ r i r 1 0to the Misses Leachman of this pace Has returned io her homo in EoGia vIlleMiss a Selecmaoatterpleasant ay- has returned to her home in Spring field Nelson Record andjTatham Springs Miss Huber Turner of Louisville Miss Nellie Watben and Miss Marie Wathen of Lebanon spent Tuesday with Miss Mattie MQllvoy J P Brooks J K McRobertdr M S Calliaon T S Emmal and Blov Hudnall composed a party of wheel men from Middlesboro who passed through here Sunday enroute to the meet at Louisville B7SSE BALL The game at Harrodsburg Tuesday was lost by errors at the ending of the fifth inning the score being 7 to 41in favor of Springfield and the game looked well In land but in the next inning on the bunching of three hits coupled with errors on the part of the home boys netted Harrodsburg six runs which could not be overcome The score in the two games ia as follows Springfield J 0 0 03 0 3 1- 1Campbollsvillo 2 0 3 00 0 0 0 0 5 Batteries Colvin and Noe Craddouk and Malone Hits prliiKlicld eUhlpbcllsvlln 2 t Oolvin was very effective only two hits being made off his delivery while the home team secured eighteen hits the hitherto invincible Craddock This makes the third defeat out of a of twenty games played by totalI ville this season two of them goin to thecreditor Springfield Springfield 201301 00 flarrodsburg3 1000010 Batterlss tolvln aril Xoo Bonta anti Murphy Hits OH Colvin 7 tar Jinntu struck out by Colvin bv bate 5 r OTES Harrcdsburg hero tomorrow Look out for the best game of the season The Campbollsvillo brass band which makes excellent music was on hand at tho game Saturday About twentyfive persons exclus ive of the team went to Oampbells ville from hero to see the game Saturday I e The boys propose to win that gaire to norrow from Harrodaburg or they will put up a game tnat should win jt least The game atCampbellsviilc was won by the timely bitting on too part orISpringfield Both teams played a liant fielding game Everybody has the fever and the town is boiling over with the excite ment occasioned by the fact that Springfield has one of its old time ball teams and able to hold its own with the best in the country It was discovered after Saturdays game that the reason why Campbella ville lost was because they one and all forgot to get up that morning nt 430 and chop a cord of wood apiece didnt get any fresh air andwell there wasnt any blackberries to pick We would suggest that the next time they play our boys they had hetterI get up at the aforesaid hour the holes out of their batsINOTICE All persons having claims against tho estate of Francis Walls deceased will present same properly proven to the un dersigned or leave same with T W Simms J 1 Attorney D F SIMMS FRANCIS WALL T E KUHN Executors of Francis Walls Thoughtful Mn Jorkln IfAro you Going to tho cnurmtion pa asked Mrs Jorkins as tluy rut 6UppcrIYes Mrs J start tomorrow morning Well I have tho pictures all ready What pictures Mrs J Tho family portraits answered Mrs Jorkius serenely Is thy servant a traveling art gal lery that ho should do this thing I put in tho Bilhonotto of Groat BTpndraother Smith and tho ambrolypca of Grandmother Jones and Aunt Sally Ann Green and one of her husband who ofyyours you were a baby and again when you were 6 years old and all your grown up Mrs J will you stop Now will you allow mo to ask what in thunder you mon Why my dear I thought you niight be elected for something before you got wantfan it would save express rate if you had them with you banyou are thoughtful Chuck cm in with the rest of the baggage and ho vainly tried to look as if ho objected to tile clan Detroit Free Press charmriiigly grave Parisian contemporary i o is prevalent that wedding notices usu lIly contain the words Nc cards r tA BIG1 CHANGE i r r AT ACTUALLY NEWJ YORK COST i W8 offer our entire stock of DRY GOODS NOTIONS AND LADIES FURNISH ING GOODS We have concluded to ckise out these departments by Septem ber 15th to confine ourselves ex elusively to Mens Wear Goods All dry goods not sold by Sep tember 15th will be shipped to haveollIyfourselfwith real bargains it will pay to buy now for the future while you have a chance to buy goods- at actual net cost J Come early and dont wart until stock is picked over Our stock of Clothing Shoes and Gents Fur nishing Goods will be kept up in unequaled assortment TRW Louisville Store Originators of Low Prices FINES TAILOR MADE CLOTHING IWe are agents for M Born Ii Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylors who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying READYADEICLQTHING t J We carry tho largest stock shown in town We are overstockd right now and wo will sell you a suit tor almost your own price ISHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS Our stock of Mens Woranns and Childrens Shoes is comI pleto Mens Button Sho3s Black and Tan Mens Lace ShoesJ Black and Tan Mens Low Sboes Black and Tan Womeus Button Shoes Women Lacu Shoes Womens OxI fords and Womens SlIp ors Childrens Button Shoes Oxford and Slippers We bought our shoes at Low prices aid we offerII special inducements in prices DRESS GOODS alldIDRESS TRIMMINGS- We are still keeping up our stock ef Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from the cheapest Serges Mix tures rate to the very tito Puisian weaves Uomo in and ex amine our stock and get pri- cesWALL PAPER Dont forget we are Headquarters for everything in Wall Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS The special prices we have been making on Carpets has increased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in- this department take advantage of our low piqes at once EVERY DEPARTMENT We will make the lowest prices in each and every department for tha next Thirty Days that was ever made on equal l values We have the goods and must dispose of them We wants money and aro compelled to have it therefore profits will not baconsidered when a customer offers Us Cash for goods CUNNINGHAl1 lYN0 J t t J1t b wli1ittj r = GliEltRANC In order to reduce bflf l ff- Sbrrie SPjECIfiib PRICES Liulibd Shirt ists r erWoolenti sclowreFinep l a prices on iEmeraonS 3ile a Fine Shoo United States and you call 4Esomo b2 UT 7ift if in Mens JiBoysf and Y e lire oversto kedn Ci4t1t1 Pithe stock it carlineoiir stock of STRAW HATS toe Vm i well to make yourpurfehascsof tie as odi dcparuhontgs M9GHQRDS 6L1t r LeB N STABLijBpEtaJtig Ayen Backof Nor GOOD VESICLES Special Rates to Commercial Men Washington Couritr i SPKIN SAW mn ABKthrMANUFACTURERS All kinds of Rough and Dreisdd ings Frames Sanh Doors Cypress Shingles Ac Bill Stuff cut to order on S paid for all kind i of Logs Call Office and Yard Jockeytann Lightning Hot Crops o What a Funny Namol Very True but U Kills All Path Sold Everywhere Every Dy Without Rollpf The wls No Pay What causes bad drounia lis a quostio that has novir l con Batisfiftorlty an iwered but In nine eases out of top frlKbtfnl drcnuis afro thoreaultat ImjW feat dlgcctlnn which n fow doges n SycrH Sursapllla will effectually remedi linnt doll1yry It today MOST IN QUANTITY BESTINQUALu IWORMSaVERMII FUCE FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Remedies tt EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED 1etILD BY ALL xmt7OOUT9 p altnlsDSOxtlinliSaCtry torna Maininn wits that asugarplnnivjust pavonio asked IHlloMrtbol t dear It wss one of Dr AyerV VItI Peaso4 may I have anntbort1 i now my dear one of those tike pills all you need at precept because ove dose Is effective PLYMOUTH ROOKS PLYMOUTHROCKS ExctustVE Y havo some very fine cockerels pullets rpt sale at a reasonable pric Also eggs in season fMnsSpringfieJdjjKy Why not be your own Middleman Pay but Ono profit between mak6fVatl tiserandtbatasmalljuatoaaOur Boyen l OttWd proves that Its possible Weight 23 pounds L OC41liastraUoao describe dad teltstboono pmetpriceofPrer40 00- 3tirtiolaererything iOu uab Wd scud If for iBcentajtbuJiBjotWrtbo book but top5jrpaitofltoopostagooPOXprcssaRb hnd PQ1IVt got lttoJdnlc i Aj10NmOltER ARIL t CO JTIio Store otAll e 7itiiff Michigan Avej Cl 1ns Llycr PlMa k Toni Pnau I area lcrfectTreatment for Constt C4 5ilitnis ads Oi pilia- d it J i t = ut rrw pores r totter cjihprfrt hands chUblain a rEornsdndallskin eruptions and poU t zqnlrtktt tongtiamipnticd Price f5e per bb at- IrnYflnn1bhrithflDrni Stblb BiLERS1 PLBjU tEYE oUdl l TiNT u firTli8G BUT MB fg arldlZrlINGt1R4 011r wid J I 1t It EI j f I ItVIVt n n f utsxa idu = Jic J Y i i 4tTJ UrA v 1 J 4 J i r 1 THE NEWS LEAD E l= I n 1 P If your oyo sight 1I perfect dont road tills vhiiaSavorhonj 4fo tho IfIt1Kagfo JJyo rfrT aivg fn nneTreauiy Bndtr white lint AIflent Pt JP in alril8bt scrtw cap 1 a tI2bOdntI Itknowzias tim iet nn LuIckest harwleas euro for anv tym of auTo ores or grniiulated Hdp tyo3etc KcoTflf f poojJfrdidini that it K ve Uliclreyo6lit if it dont do what iUi claimed wtftcll the dealers to refund gnubioiMedkintly1IaydoOborton The enormous aie of Sutherland SstoEyo Salvo IsovJdchcooHtottivon 4tcfa1mcr ulfltiOtpiitaoP Ibid tcr 1W- a COLLEGE GRADUATES IN CONGRESS Not a Powaeiiators and JtcpreienUtlTe Are UplTenlty Gnwjoate S nirtor Hoar of Mafisachnsetto was graduated froth Harvard college in 1840 and his associnto In the senate from JIassachusettt Henry Cabot Lodge WM gradnatcd from the ame institution in 1871 Other senators who Attended Harvard arc Pasco of Florida Wolcott of Colorado And Chandler of New Hampshireflve in alt In the cage there isoue Harvard man in the llinofai delegation three in tho Massa butt idclegfSioo Jwtf in too Now York dclegationand ono from Rhode slaiid seven iri nIt YaleT college is not represented among tho senators from Connecticut but there is one Yalo man in the sonatofrom Idaho and another from Nevada Tile third la George P Wetoorpof Rhodolalani In the house hero ore two Yale men from Connecti ton from Nevada ona Jtom Now Jewey one from Now York and two from Pennsylvania seven in alL Senator Gray pf Delaware isa Prince ton man as is Senator Cameron of Pennsylvania There are two Prince on men in tho house delegation from New Jersey ono from New York nnd one from North Carolina Columbia rollego has n meager representation in the Fiftyfourth congressno Columbia man in tho senate and only three in the Souse two from New York nnd one rem New Jersey Bowdoin college is presented by Senator Prye in the son to and Speaker Heed in tho house bptb laino men Senator Proctor of Ver out wwi educated at Dartmouth nod mong the other Dartmouth men in con rcss lire Mr Dingley of Maine lately Lepublicau leader on the floor of tho representaivehir delegation and ono Now York as1x in alL Union oollego has two cprcsoutativcs In New Ybrks dclcga ion in tho house Ono Ohio reprcseuta ive SoutharQ of tho Toledo district ens educated at Cornell Thero fs ono lamiltou college man in tho California lelcgation one ia tho Missouri dolcca ion and ono in the Now York dclcga outho representative of the Utica listrict Galusha A Grow the oldest if the reprcscutntivca in congress was ducated at AmhcrCT ns were two rep CEontaUvesot Massachusetts One New fork congressman woscducated at Wil urns college and so was one Pennsyl vania congressman Tho oldest of the- naiorsMr Merrill of Vermont who is 86was not educated in any college Senator Butler of North Carolina tho youngest of tho senatorshe is 83vWI graduated from the University North Carolina years ago The proportion of college bred con gressmen is largest in tho eastern and the extreme far western states It must seem surprising td many persons that of three Yale men for instance in the senate two should come frorn such dis taut states as Idaho end Nebraska Among the congressmen from the southern states are many representatives edu cated in the minor colleges of that tion and the peculiar distinction of having over one of its representatives in both houses a college man is enjoyed by one state only Virginia The Call fornia statesmen und the Texas states E20fl aro nejirly all of them graduates of common schools and college degrees and university honors are rare among them The besetting and perplexing question What ia the difference be tween n college and a university counts to seine degree perhaps for the impracticability of any correct summary of collage men in congress Now York Sun The Empretj Enrealc Father The Empress Eugenic who will re turn shortly to England to enjoy her majesty hospitality nt Osborne hoe beenvisiting the scenes of her childhood in Spain A few years ago there were ninny in Granada who remcmbeied her majestys lathe the Count de Guz veryhandsomelove with the beautiful Miss Kirkpat rick daughter of our consul at Malaga married her and brought her to Grana da where the future empress of the French and her sister the Duchess of Alba were born Tho count had been terribly wounded about the face and heat in the Peninsu lar wars and was literally mended with gold plates n large scalp wound being disguised with a plaque of gold and another wound in thejaw was also coated with tha same precious metal Notwithstanding this he was a fine exquisitelynot been in Granada for many years jecognlzed some of her old friends end delighted by her visit to her birth MI11acnJOTIritation from the regent to visit Madrid Her majesty is in excellent health London Chronicle A Eutucky Story Air J W Stuart who owns the oW Gold Dust fdrm in Muhleuberg county found a colony of worms supposed tc be a ppecies of caterpillar traveling in firstltbOUght foriningaIThis is a strange null truthfulreport Ir Stuart and his son Frank who ar- ethbtjt of authorities will make affida vit to iit Russellville Ledger The Mcmqnlto Ermy hangthemnnd the boldest baddest mosquito will disappear like lightning lInt first catch your hart nnston Herald Numbered with imported novelties is a silver toast rack which can bp adjust edto tho ordinary coffee cup It no xcmmodntca two slices of toast Tlie newest bloyclo belt is made with a Iktlo pockettJ1tthesido The coverof the pocket is cat so that tho face of a watch may bo soon and thus combine appreciate banilE01It out glass iukBfands with all vcr tops which really held a mducieut gnanrity of ink and do not want refill i ng at the most inconv uiect uiomeixt JcAvdurs Cintutar r Nervous debility is a common com plaint among women especially The cst medical treatment for this disorder is a pcn j8tcnt course of Aycrn Sarwipn rilla to cleanse and Invigorate the blood This being ncaiinpllshcd nature will do the rest Public Sale I ON Thursday Sept 2496k I will sell to the highest Bidder on the premis the irm of Henry Williams deceased con taming bou 300 acres in a finE state of cu1 iYation stuated near BeecblancuWKy convenient to- schoo1sicrniIl about eight miles north of Springfield on the waters of the Little Bench between Lhe Lincolns Run turn pike and the Waltons Lick turn pike and on a county road This fafin will be offered in two tracts and thou altogether and the one bringing the most money ill be the sale 7np first tract contains about lOO sioras of good ian- fronts 9f i pnTtlfre county road tins a comfortable dwelling house and barn The second tract ion sists ot 200 acres of good farm ing land has on it the family res idence a twostory frame with 9 rooms good cellar good well at door and necessary outbuildings Prlvllege to seed this fall given and possession given Jan iuarf 1 1897 This farm will be sold on a credit of 0 12 and 18 months with interest Thos B McAl lister is on the premises and will take pleasure in showing the farm 10 anyone desiring to look over it Sale to begin at oclock p m B L LITSEY Executor Neats Laxative for constipation is simple and safe for all ages and to take lie suio and inxUt on it and take no substitute CCrn bottle at ilngpistt c4 AA t v I 1 3 FREEWe have made arrangements iifor a limited number of year- lya subscriptions to the J LADIES I It1 HOME jj 1 IDEAL N An illustrnterd monthly mnjza zinc published at Chicago and containing Stcncs Sketches 1 nnd everything interesting for Jig5 For each now subscriber to g the KKWHLKADHK who pays v Ono Dollar Cash in advance Wo will send this nvignzine to 6 any addressI ABSOLUTELY lFllEK l Our number is limited anti p first come first served y 1 Address ull communications 1 t to 1 E L DAY1SOM JK H y JumISlllm 1 t0 4 to iniiiulmril lidn ins wcnknitsH of vinion or any kind of wire eves are quickly cured by tisoof SiitlwrlaiuiM Kagho Hyo Salvo For sale by Ilnydon A Robortnnn At this sciiKon of tlcar the bbtxln suiiKlilno ii very trying on the oull nrrvu and ofUMi i gitlO lIlt ci his or sore 13o SutlicrlandH iaIo Salvo is n Io tUlvo cun Ifa n tube nt nil deiilcrn For hy lluvdod A Kobart Druggists Course of a Genius IEA5= St Louis PostDispatifn FALLOW FIELDS Tb so Are No Longer Favored With a Catch Crop Advised SeedlDI In former times it was a common practice among farmers to allow n Held to lie fallow for one season in order to ndVisbilitYjof following to say on the subject in a re port from tho division of chemistry United States department of agriculture During a moderately dry summer there is probably Very little lost experi enced by plowing a field after tho sprilig rains and keeping its surface sufficiently well cultivated during the summer to prevent thbgrowthof weeds In tho ab sonpo of heavy rainfall the stores of available nitrogen in such a soil will undoubtedly bo increased during tho summer But in case of heavy raiiH producing a thorough saturation and Bleaching of tho soil tho lospca in a field lyifin fallow during tho summer will be very great and it is not well at anytime to take the risk It is advisable therefore instead cf allowing the fields to Ho fallow to seed thrum with n catch crop snch as barley ryd or peas which may retain the prod ucts of nitrification When the tuna comes for seeding tho field wi h the in tended crop the catch can bo turned uu dor with tho plow mid in the process cf decay furnish again tho nitrogenous food in an available form This practice should never bo neglected in fields which lie over during tho winter in fOl1JovingOf course this statement does not npI ply particularly to fields which may be plowed late in tho autumn after the activity of tho nitrifying ferments is practically suspended for the winter In Plmveelllatecf December and tho freshly turned soil bo exposed to tho action of the vrcatlm during the winter without great danger of less In many localities even nn earlier period might bo chosen for the autumn plowing which should bo deep or ao coinpauicd by subsoiling Tho loosened soil should bo brought into good tilth and thus form nn absorbent which will hold largo quantities of moisture be coming available for the following sea son during the period of deficient la JJSi JCoct of Irrigating Tho expense of an irrigating plant and tim cost of operating it will depend beIland aa well ua tho method of moving it Professor Tuft of Michigan Ag windmilljable for from three to five cores should not cost more than frbm 500 to 500 ifI tho water does net have to be raised moro than 40 feet and there would bo com paratively little expense for operating it A pumping plant operated ly n steam or gasoline engine suitable fcr 20 ucres and capable of supplying or 00 acres would Ct perhaps 1000 Tho cost of fuel for the latter would perhaps 15 ujui per acre for vicvuiiu the walcr required for application reckoning It at per cent per Loire power for each hour oporatcd while for aboutjgine mill a centrifugal pump water fci one application for 10 acres can be raised 40 feet for about tl including cost of attendance and 80 wijl c1i rib1uto it upon tho luau making n ido from tim iutiirst npcul invest iiicnt rather less than pertrre With a gasoline cugiuo it would bo l for fuel and e 3 for applying tho water cr 05 Ccn a per acre for each application Watering Ilornex It used to bo tho rule to keep horsea from drinking at noon or night after they had been working through tho forenoon or afternoon until they hud eaten their feed slat hat copied down This wai considered necessary in order to prevent injury from fairing ccM water while tho system is heated lint this Is crutl to 1ortjcs as they reliant eat what they should if they are parched with thirst The better way is to give each horso in the middle of the forenoon a pail of water into wh chu small quan Thrajwithout Icing any injury nUll will pro vent him from being injured Ly drink ing freely at noontime The drjuk being uouriHhinx rallies the strength ables the animal to do a grout amount of work without failure American Cultivator Ilcc In Nebraska HJIcheaplyI constructed They are made by ling up embankments of earth to tho height of from six to eight feet then the water is pumped in and cattle or linrscs are timed in and driven about until tho bottom anti aides are timerI pnghly puddlid Bometiuiea heavy clay is liuuird from some clay bed or bank and thrown over tho bottom mid sides Again the tanners hitch their horses to a drag or scraper antI drive the team around within until tho bottom anti rides am securely packed and made water tightIAlfalfa In Indiana After pstcnsive experiments with aII falfa tim Indiana station concludes that it reqnireH clenli laud nnd one year to establish itself us it iis delicate till itt roots get deep into tho soil If the subsoil is compact dccpsubsoiliug isnecea Kury if wet it must be undcrdraihod In no case wilt alfalfa yieM moro than two cuttings per year in Indiana with out irrigation IThRt Telltale Slownri that none pf pent make mention of the tlJcpaINcthcrsolo is a Philadelphia Topley What makes you is Fizzle Havent you seen her kits tn CarmenNew York Press All tile Convenience The fiighjiuks hotel Wto bca very popular resort Yes The prpprictor lint a strings 200 rubber fish that he lets people use xica ticvg thcirphotogmphstlikcjvf OVERWORK1 INDUCED Nervous Prostration Complete Recovery by the Uto of IAyer Sarsaparilla Some years ago as a result of too clan attention to biiHinccs my licnltli failed IbWnmo vtak nervouS was nnnlilo to look after my interests and manifested nil the symptoms of a ile I took threes bottles of Ayers Barsaparillu began to improve at ouce nail gradually Increased my tvciRlit from Iiiuiilrcil twentylive to two hundred omuls Since tjion anti my family have used tills medicino wlicn needed and we are all in the best of health a fact which wo attribute to Ayers Sarsaporilla I Iwlicvo my chil dren would boon fatliorlas today hail it not bent for Aynrs Snrsaparilln of whiith preparation I cannot say to- omnchH O JIr los Postmaster and 1Inntcr Kliiards S C Ayers Sarsaparilla WORLDS FltR AYERS Pills QaVo Doctors Blue INJ is the time to subscribe f r the N EW5 LRADKU onilla yeur Sineo ISSthre have been rlno epi demies of dysentery in dillfnnt purls tlio country in which ham rlalnI Colic Cholera mill Din rrJoezm lloncd wua fKcJ with perfect slices DVJTH- Jtcry when epidemic is almost as sever and dangerous as iate Cholera Hero to fore the best elVorts of nirst skilled pliviiehii tie 1m e failed to rhwk rays gcs this remedy howevei hOI t mired the most inali mu t both of children aiul tilts and urulir Ito most trtllJ1 conditions which provis it to bo ti- medic no in the vurJd For bo veJ eon phiiut My Ito boy when two vcnrs of itge Will taken very ill with lowly 1itx I WIt advised to use rianil erliiiiV Cuiic Choleni and Diarrhoea 11111 dy aim luckily procured part of n biiide ire filly road Uio thireti bus and gave it ae cordlrjrly Mo was vcrylmv hut sorI and slirely ho hc nui To improi e prndii uly recovered and in now o t nnistrong as over never ran pruwthc ro ncJy half Ps Will lain veivyoirv everyone in the world tines iot krow of how good it is do Mr lina Hiiiton irahanMillo Marion county Florida A BOON TO HUMANITY GUSHMANS fMENTHOL INHALER ff rUIIII lnIlatltijelmeuo WUI ALG1ALrGRiPPE v pllIeZ47oitllif IhnUkli me tflfctl S stltF cutti OLLiGlcrel Hoy Fvrr Brrn La 7 5hi llralliful JIC toI u 5 liiji II IlffSII insi sri4Il tTniltluI3 Iitiiil1 flUtTItiii1V iram awk ncA S irtiL lar iih- Iin g4i i II a 5i4 hnIh rnwI1oCIoIIArz2lJ1UOLaIUAU loIhiqiiIh45MnIn IlalIwsa Se h tsiiPiAXl ri n Oti5 ll t 1a atI iiIHFLUEHU iCi TS- iia5Ihnilu1JinilnliIif rIIt1Ir IIHJR s ri lIy YI 4flaJ f a il1t Uii ftj 4iiatnth 7l enn- 55 a I Iinii alh4 I4 r ti ia 11 IfttIJIOEU wAeii n tjktii bag U tuuun ladtr SI tnrbcn Cliaga Soften tlio Hand ubisafllIm Menth HlitiitSwIcntdsietpie1 hoULzsretbUXOfVkUtiiuCuroJ ills Slather rttTUAOt Juy a ssrn r SIcnthol uesbisMyfliutheraSCiiSlm themIVhmsrnSAiamitmaYeuedyourejmthat ortIirtobuxrqtllniHlliins becnuK4ber set eunuch like clmmi Kixiyn aIfU Clnnol lei of your Inl1ll1lt end for Cr1asatSI31iWCfl alIof1V10010Inc nnd scoiiij many rct mmcn tUnnK from diirorcnt pomoni of tvomtdrful mum ahlo moritc llioiiRht vnnliitry n hot tic I liavo been scrUumlv nflbit d for 2o years with a cough niul pains in m side lId lircast that werfl causing mo iritcrnbl life I sent hundreds of dlurn with doctors anti fur nicdlidno everything failed until 1 tried this won ilerfulremcdv IthcntR tho world and has snvcil my life I rcconimcd 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