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SinIhoi dark jlarza forrfjjri Swingfi a liaiiintock through tho ilinht And within lJtnngllngin7dlS Lies a m1t1enout of blgbt jhjfltcred In tile same snng corner Wherp the light Is nonortoo clear Gtntly 8 vjngs thiafnlr maIden 6jl4fa man In chair drawn near Frail the the West thosHVory crescent TbTOW8801tklS3C3 tEt1iO trees- Ani1heyniiirrnur back a mossngo J lghlly stirring In the breeze Bushed arcall tho worlds rndo noises In tho stillness of tho iilpht Nature sleeps her beaiUles Klbamlng the moons caressing light rrJ a sound her rest disturbing uyotho maldeas soft Iivontl Jb followed in n moment IJythQ santQ volcamnruiurcd DontP Even thus It lair cornerl When too inaidbn says I ivoatl For lib loci by aoino queer reasoning Every time she murmurS uponUItv Selected QOS1PIni is baft enough to have around Sithe person who tells you un pleasauta3ts priding himself meanwhile that he iis being hon est and truthful but for downright hairraising idiocy com mend me to the fcllow Who is always saving the wrotjg thing with the best intentions there is one of th s so tin towna good enough fellow in other ways but lamentably lacking in tact I was in a crowd tie other day when jho well meitiingyciing man was present and he was telling us of a filly be bad just r urvibascd sotietyigirl he told her that he had named hist purchasefor ber She was very much pleased of course and was telling him bow proud she felt that he bad chosen her name when someone asked what the filly was like Yell responded the young man she Jtiut much txj look at but shois very fast dout yDu knuw Ad ihe poJl1cThaz Innocent is still won ring wiy she dOisnL- spiu5k to him any mufeflar rodsbtrg DcuJU rat E come va sin ourjliveRl THEI everything is ris cross Tangled tb read greet us whenever wgtuko up the skeiu of life we feel thatovery human hand is raised against Isand existence isnt even worth spell iug let alone enduring It is not always when we are overcome by great trouble that we feel that way The giant tribulation theIgiivnt resource up and at it quality thas the pin pricks seem fo irritate out of us until we grow cross and despondent and with weary heart and Broken voic declare we can do no more It nay he nothing more trying than tie weather that weighs upon our plysical strength and ex ejWedaily duties become hertulean labors and the people wuo dwellI with us have to sufi r in quence from our ill humor is a growing feeling THEREJ average woman maybe relie upon to make her way whenever she iis given au opocr tunity to fairly compete with the average man especially in those employments which requireI acuteness of intellect and n demand eny great expend ituie of physical strength We find wo men nowadays iii practipally all spheres of activity and they ard demonstrating more and more their capacity for affairs Sec retary of Agriculture Morton bas recently given some very direct testimony in support of the the ory here stated Ho stttei that iDthe civil service examinations which have been held in con nection jvitb appointments to positions ia the Agricultural De par ment the female candidates in most cases pass examinations tbnn tho men find he adds that they do thoir work equally well if not better than ihp men when assigned to duties of the same character Ht3 instances the fact that at the htstetvji set yico cxf0 aminition held in his depart meiit for the purpose of securing Iw6 raa assiitants in the libt ry- eightwothenvhoere not iri vied o participate appeared togdil l ef withthlcty menan Qeiq allowed to take their chances with the latter everyone of them passed while everyone of the men failed The secretary very properly iapppinttjo1 two of the women although the advor tsement announcing tte exami nation had expcessly statedjbhat only male caWdatGSjwOuiji be considered olfgiyle The facts stated by Secretary Morton go to pntirm the results which have been attained in institutions of learning whore coeducation dxj istsThe results of the examin Rations at Barnard during the re cent S2asonk attest in every re spect the intellectual equality of women in certain of the moie useful studies There are of course people in the world who do not like this aspect of affairs and who will very reluctantly surrender the notion that woman should not be given an equal cLanco in the race of life but it goes withput saying that in view of the results of experience as they are accumulated year after year the most ultraconservative will at last be driven from his stronghold and by common cCn sent the sexes will have equal opportunity for the utilization of their pjvers in the service of mankind Leslies Weekly A hacking cough keeps the bronchial tubes in a state of constant irritation which if lit speedily removed may lead to chronic bronchitis No prompter roinojy cam un found than Ayors Cliprry 1ectoral its clleft is intiucdiuto and the result orntnncnt WITH OUR ffARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted ia this umn ciiAitoi Fprnrs are quested to send in stock or crt items for tn bUcatlonIAt Clev lan the 40 boats we 0I trotted at nn average of 21484 Twenty heats werepaeed at an average of 20982 The average time of the meeting heats was 211 12 In the 11 heats decided last Thursday at Cqlarnbus tae average epeed was 2072121 This is a record breaker tt- A gentleman sfrora Madisons was here the past week and said that old corn could be bought there fqr ninety cents Aboat twentyfive acres acres was sold to bo fed down at 37 12 cents per barrel and that five thousand barrels was offered him to be put in pans at 50 cents Winchester Demo crat The exceedingly low prices of mrilds in Missouri and Kansas has induced a number fEiizabcthtown buyers to invade that territory and make large purcho338 MT John Hi hbaugh of Sonora bought 100 head John Coombs of Eagle Mills also bought 100 head and R B Park purchased 24 head The mules woro shipped last week and wo understand that tho price paid averaged about10 a head delivered Elizabethtown News j W T Overby of this city who holds the record for the highest priced to bacco of the paHt two seasons on the DetroitMichfacturer 33 hhds at an average of 818 per hundred Averaging a hogs head at 1233 pounds the total amount will foot up 87128 for the 33 hhds J W Thomas Jr of this city was reaching for tho record last week in Cincinnati one of hishhds selling at 824 per hundred Paris Kentuckian- Nature line been doing her part for us this year despite the politicians The Government rop report contains encouraging fijaroa Tho yield Indian corn promisos to oxcood ofI of 1895 Tho wheat harvest will somewhat less The oats crop wilt be larger the barley crop a little loss rye and tobacco a little more buskwbaat and potatoes will andI largo yield the cotton crop has boon StatesIreportSC ne l planters thanIi rfglit The public sale ot highclass Berkshires hgld at Springfield III on Wednesday t AttgP12 resulted in the Batisfactoky avetago of 6760 tI fortysix head Seventeen pIgs of 1893 farrow averaged 83141 Those farrowod prior t 1893 cverased 9101 r 2F 1 t CORRESPONDENCE HARDINS CREEK IFlomworking Our Special is oiTespon now in JCnLI is putttinR down some good itches oritis road which are vcry sential for the pceservu Mon of nil roads running up und down grndo We have nn extra good corn crop on the creek aiidnotl much stack to eat it and no market for it It is hopedthc object of Li Hung Chang s visit to this country is to buy eight een or twenty millions bushels of corn from us poor debt ridden farmers mid teach his people to cat something else besides ruts and rice Rov G W Lyon preached his last person on Sunday last for this Conference year att Smocks Cljapel Two men Trom Mooresvillo Weekly and Pel in wore on the Creek lust week joking nt Alex Peaks farm with a view to buying itI The lust t heard from itnnd that wits late yesterday evening was that the John W Lewis nit society and iPenagoHe was still in session at Eton rind hard it try ing to decide which oneof the three gentlemen should have the exquisite pleasure of betiding out free silver dollars to we root delud ed farmers With free turnpikes free silver free whisky and free fights about election times ought to jolly and hang pace anti poverty on the sarao liiiib We luck one thing yet anti that is legislate the government into ono big poor house and demand free lunch and free clothes and then we could kickup our heels rind sny hero wo go al together to the devil in a hand basket UsIMr Will Skilmuu IIH hud sore eyes fur years Ho has tried many doctors und rninedloft anil has always lathed to jot relief until wo siI him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo which cured him inside of n week Dr Bells ire Tar honey sells well and cures quickly Respectfully M MKYEII Co Bums Ky Sutherland ligTo lyc Salve dons n great teal morn for mo than tin bo told by j cn W USKILLMAN Dura Ky An oyo for nn eye tmA a tooth for a tooth is tlio old Mosaic doctrine hut tho doctors of today navqitho eyesight by applying Muthtirlnnds Eye Salve It uijm nil forms find yoticau buy ii tube anywhere for for 23r An eyesore n oro eye or two sore eyes nmvbe cured by tho use of Sutherland ICnglo fiye Salyp 2iv n tube nt nil deal ere For sulo by lluydon A lloborbicn J Drii1sts SHHRPS3ILLEKi- om Our Ul orvp men The ilrouth still continues rind JSIbadly damaged The Baptist Association met with tire Church nt Mount Free loin or tho 27ih lust A congregation csti mated nt frbm three to six thousand assembled m which tho most perM feet order prevailed Among the notable divinef present was Elder LXavil Bruner now in the eighty fifth year of Iris age and who has been in the ministry fur more titan half a century Tho Association orgtmfzed by electing E Burns ot Anderson ctfunty Moderator and Frank I1B1Sccret3ry CrumpIory sermon Tho Baptist Church at Mt Olivet vas dedicated on lust Sunday Louisville1pracliing cjntnbuion of 8200 was raiieil IA pay the indebtedness of the church The reason of this was that a majority ofour people are for the gold standard und feet certain nextIcontinue to represent tho Fourth district No ono In ordinary health need b ron e bald or gray if ho will follow sen fdblo treatment Wo advise cleanliness of tho cdp nnd tho nso of Hulls lair IIcause tho doctorp failed If they had known of Sutherlands ldijio Eye SalVo us thpy do nowitboy would iraecurd 41 l fJi 7 +fiJfi tre i I Significant Talk In England We believe that the London Financial News is regarded as an authority on both sides of the Atlantic and yet it is saving strange things just now about the free silver movement in this country There is a plain moral iu the remark that if the United States would venture to cut herself adrift from Europe and take out right to silver she would have k11andof gold would be more fatal than any barrier of a customhouse The bond of sliver would ba stronger than any bond offree trade There czn be no doubt about it that if the United States were to adopt a silver basis tomorrow British trade would be ruined before the year was out Every American would be pro tected not only at hprne but ip every other market Of course the United Staes would suffer to a certain extent through hay ing Jto pay her obiigatieLs abroad in gold but the loss of exchange tinier this head would be amere drop in the bucket as compared to the profit to be reaped from the markets af South America and Asia to say nothing of Europe The marvel is that the United States hive not longagn seized the opportunity It has been apiece of luck that it bas ever occurred to the Americans to scoop us out of the worlds markets by going on a silver basic audit miglitseryeusrigIt if irritated by the contemptible apathy of our government toward the silver problem the Americans retaliated by freezing outgold It could be easily done We hive heard this prophecy before It has bean made by more than one prominent European writer on finance Moreton Prewin bas insisUd lor a longtime that the United States was blind to its own interests in hes itating to adopt free silver coin ago and theu enter into a cum mercial union with Asia and South America He has always insisted that under such an arrangement the silver countries of the world while they might sell to England would do all their buying here Professor Ahrent the groat German au thority has also argued that the United States if followed by Germany Belgium and Italy as ho thinks it would be sooner or later could through the medium of free sliver coinage almost destroy Englands foreign trad v Ho has been extensively quoted by the gold men but chiefly as to the difficulty in his opinion of our acting alone He has invariablJ said that a concert of action among the potions named above would give them contTolofcowmerco in every quarter of the globe And now comes the London Financial News with the positive statement that free Silver coinage by the United States acting independ ently will mutiply its traio beyond COnception and isolate Great Britain so far us concerns the silver using countries It is needless to say of course that the Post does not intend to surrender its convictions at the instance of a British newspaper The Post however believes in a fair and impartial discussion of public questions and we there fare reproduce this rather unexpected utterance as a contribu tion to the controversy a con tribulioD by the way from a source hitherto legarded Mof WashingtonPost If you cant road this set someone whose eyes tire Hood to read it for you and if your oycs nro curable 25o is an1agoold Grnnnv Motuilfa Is p early 88 und t sIre says sunpjoncntary to hor pmiwJ of Drnolltt iiuorar Honey that idro can see much butter utter using Sntirrlnncys Eagle Uyu Siilvd For sale by llaydon Jt 1ltoJertsonFy jm all account plminbprlainM CoUkh Remedy Is n Godsend to thLfl meted Thero is idvorttaonient abjii IttihiWe feel just UktIIfi ItJ TJo Dem jsmt rIOU NI1crI r o 5ksq 44 j SILO CONSTRUCTION Cheap SiloS Dont Pay Bound Veriut JJern farmer and stockgrower Avritcs as follows to Prairie 1cron tho output of silos t I have no patience with thoso who advise tho construction of cheap allan It is doubtless a fact that a silo may bo put rp very cellplyevcn of single boaiai and keep silage fairly well forta year or two but in tho end it will be found unsatisfactory In tho building of silo as ih cycry thing what is worth doiilg hi nIl is worth doing w ltI squnredependsbuilder than anything else The round silo Is theoretically perfjt but pracrV cally it docsuot inako a continentals difference in tho keeping of tho contents While tho round Bilo does away with she corners it costs more to build tUd if putinside aMildina nehrly onoourth of tho space is wasted Then if it is so largo that a partition is needed it is impossible to put ono in of fufflciciit strength to cridnrd tho pressure without making it thick that much space is wasted and tho partition bcoouica on air shoot down which the air can pass to leak out into tho mlago nil along the corners and then tho corners modo to putting a partition across a round silo are of the very worst fihupc J have boon in ninny round silos nod have seen ns largo n proportion cf waste ng in any well constructed sqaaro one v with the corners simply filled with 06 by 0 stick sawed diagonally and nailed in firmly first coatingtho corners well with pitch and coafr tar Rccenfly have been counseled about the building of a number of silos mId in every case havo insisted that they be double par pored and the silago llaskcptpcrfcctly My method in to have the first boarding put on said nailed yery firmly then over thitf put a lining of the best tarred felt or paper and tuck Jt solid Now over this spread a coot of pitch and coal tar niired just oa thick as it can be spread or if tho pitch entreat behind boil dowp the tar to the like con sisteucy and whilo this f is still weft put on another lining of tarred papw or fClf and over this put tiro UuJlIg of narrowS matched boards a halt inch thick is us good as thicker ant nail it very firmly Onto tho corners put an extra Strip of tho paper cont itrtth tho pitch or tar and into this nail a picco of by 0 sawed diagonally so as to make It fit leaving about a 0 inch face I would now advise painting the inside Putotfllthowhen apply tho ficccnd and thisshctild have at least a mouth tohardeii bcfcro filling tho silo Wo shall pmyhavoa silo absolutely airtight and that is what is wanted to have the contents cOao out in tho most perfect condition SIt these instructions bo minutely fol lowed and tho cQrn bo properly grown null put in I will warrant no fdlurcs but tho utmost satisfaction Pill Plo With tho prospect of fccdjicing bot h abundant nud cheap the wisdoniOf curing an ample number of packages to put it unto seems apparent and it will therefore be well to consider tho expediency of doing a good deal cf breeding for fall litters As the Iowa Homestead t3tysoono tan foresee what tho prico of hogswill bo although vro aaoy all perhaps ossumQ that it will not boyety high Still withcdtni probably ruling low opd hogs sympa tthiziug nth tho conditious which main all mo productst low in price it is bet for to sell tho corn by tbo hundred ofjer it is fed than by the bushel bcfcrc if fall litters aro bred for it should be done at once so that tho pigvmoy gefn Rood start Iteforo eOdwcathor cmclJ injdnrol t but tha ohaucos ara that tho fanner who at haOring time this yeorfluds himself with n big lot qf pigs com Jug ou will hemin agood deal better situa lion U1Jerhb hAonly a fcy V Application of ZrertUlKT- fSolnblo oud noUand thercforo costly fertilizers are brat applied in small doses at cricar the wddCO of tho ground afldatithoyt iufcryaLvvcliilo cheap iusolnblol und tlpwly acting ma nures maybe used in largo applications and Deeply mixd io order to establish a mere permanent cfata of fertility1 Aprniu Profopsor Johrson JB Wcod ashes or cheap liaa should to tread cnsted at tho rsrto of some pounds per acre yearly If as is becoming com mon crimson clprcr or other Icgmno be sown to giiihcr nitrogen this dressing of limo and a liberal use of potash salts will probably bo essential to tho high est success rsri ona Notes Tho S ctctY O tho rQmottonof Agriculthrfl BcioncoyiU meet at the Buffalo Library buildiug Aug 312 Professor William B Lazfinby Colnnf bus 0 president Professor Charles Si Plumb LftC rajjtoL secretary oporatiyeligrJgiltTUlo has made great stridcsiul EaiDp bf lato years Tho lato Anllcr ia credited with sayiug that ponu vines for plowing under as n fcrtilizcrJjOK fully equal if not superior to crimson clover aud they hayo tho adyantago of inaturiug in half the tfmoof nnypftho two clovers Thcro oro still jaearlj 600000 ocrcs of vacant pnbliqiland iu tho Unit Cd States Tho bulk of this is wthg semiarid region California rabbit post ia assuming alarming prbpoilioiis Tho color of ft hen appears to boot small importanco but sometimes it is uot A hawk will pick out a white fowlrnino times in ten Next in order is tbablack chickeij willie tho browns s fiTesoapa bost A new departuro in the fertilizer trade is the incrtasiug call for high yrdde fortiiizcM ou thp pott of uiatket jardeucrsaud truckers SSs f 4tf 55 f ROYjLPACES 4QnsdIQitiou N ceuarr to calUUcWH Per i Ifll5t1iTV51ue4efcrj The pretty page with flip dimpled Vtchin so sweetly j spby tho poet V j jland who constituted one of tho most g JIIpicrurcsque fignreaof mcdimval timCdrt stiUsu ics Hoyal and imperial pages rangoin age from Id fd 1C years rfcey ore pptpoiuttdby the sovereign vnJoy4aypre jrogatives and perquisitesrmlchasaotho grown tip attendants onreyalty andt hio prcEcribcd tnin definite dntfcai 5ov duties are possibly no more imperttofc than In thadays of yore whn thro was no postal service mid the lovclorti prlncs wiwfCrned IC rely upOn uO e cfy paid fidelity of her pago for the couveyauccof mtsingesoLher knight or troubadour But tact and discretion jn pcrformiiuj them are probably moiro necessary now Fljan cve r owfng to the pojralarcraViug for information of tbillIkiiidftcnithopagce by persons who iinngiue that because they are young their tougues arc Jikoly tobe loose jI To toughen them ngalnst such zit tempts and qualify tliem for thiflservcp tho royal pages are subjected to very careful training At the court xtf St if Pcier8burgr for instance there is n reg olnr college of pages where they 1irov cducatcoV and maintained at thacxpeuso pl the crown Gcutlo birth is the first qualincatiod forlbopestof royal pago Attho ccurta i of Vienna arid Munich anv ancestry of less than 10 generations frets frouiA anyplebeian Strain on either fathers or mothers side slfJCIuircc1fu the auHt dates In England nndJRnseia hobilityf isno demanded The pagesof honor iu vthq court of Queen Victoria are genr rally sons of fliapngniahcdpfllcers of thaV army or cf high dignitaries of tho royal household 4 IO sfato ioccasiona they wearjgorgeoBa i unifpnns of blno and sliver and many ta fair American avhobosbebb prescnledt lit ono Cf tim drawirljt rooms of Queen Victoria will recall Jo mind the appear j MCa which they presented standing Blightly behbad her majesty or behLcil tbe Princess of Wales iwhen the latter ofQcaates in the ploco Of her illustrious Jnotherinlkw In fact their duties aro limifcd to artcndonco upon royalty drawing rooms state coucerts state bolls niid royal weddings At the conrth of Berlin and Vienna thopagqs figure ct all state ccrcinoniS tJr clad like thcsd of England in blab anJd Jellycr At the court bonqneta they stand i behind the chairs of theioyal and n1 jpaid pcrsouHgcs Theed personage s ou rising from the table sometimes address afoivhirn11ywordstothoboyxmdprotent late Emperor Frederick was wout to nmnso himself by cramming thcW mouthi full of bonbons fcntil they cbnld not spray and then plying them with questions nemaudinjj on immediate yerorclso cracking jokes that were sure to mako them laugh Theso pages were chosen for tho bcoir v sion only from among tho best looJdnjr boys xJf tho school of coders at Derlfuli rend from tboiimperialTheresiaunm col lego at Vienna nil tho members of which ore of noble birth Thtaq schools Teseniblo the American West Point but tho pupilacntcrr at the ago of 14 and tfrcccivocornmiESiousaTofSccraataEiock cearlier ageithau iu this country s At the court of SL Potersbdrp the COrps of pages iia IS sort of imperial school where a number of lads sons of noblemen and state dignitaries both I civil end military are educated nt the czars expense and under his supervision On attaining their eighteenth year they t usually obtain conunl sioua as officer pt the regiment of chevalier gaards Tho czarina maintains a sJiajUu institution t rgtrlswhoon graduating receive the titular appointment of moid of hpuort her majesty Chicagtt Record Katlonal Flovrert Until n 11owcrhns phiJred an impor kngshamrock of Ireland or until it beensurrounded by ovcrwhelibig niJor timcnC through clc o and coutinuMas Boxsiajjou with some dislingtiishcd apd wide beloved man or woman us was ijtho case with tho cornflower cf Germany end the violet cf frautrc itisldlo to propose nut flriwur as iv national cm tIfHcli particolorHowcr carried it about con ttuucnisly had it when the assaBsina bullet WaS fired lund kept it inthdhaucVt i rlliencuous to this cotintry or imported from tho r1d world might without legis InUre enactment without any urgingson the part of individuals or asa cia tions have bcccmo the national qwer Uu er sttch circnmstincca it is nofbard to bclicvo that even the blossomof a tro 4 plantt before generally esteemed a nox 1iI9u3 weed mfghtl taken up tract gies i rtire place of htwor without lw Jil protest ftcnxany cue Thesoare dr ly conditions under which the peipja jfit the Uuitetl Statest or of sny otliCr fcountry arc likely telook upon srry par 1 JthacaDemocrat ticularflqwor osauatioHal eibleaz i n STjia L f 1t IlaMs4lt XMSeu 1f 1 How Jahcrf lived arc thonimpBrtieabt t wnations1 A few months ago there was i no epithet too harsh for the German frm peror Ho was gibbeted in music hal ditflcs he Wtts rallfcd at iuthe press and itt society unrepeatable things were said of him Now there is a distinct reSviral cf Ute putter about blood bcjug 7 thicker tints water1 and we are rapidly retarninjg to the conclusion that the kaiwr is a splendid llow Thp naval l architects toasted Jim ivitit cuthosiasai r pad with happy tscttizemssterofosasyi rlegions Inns sent it told wreath to the First Royal dragoons of which ho is colonel to rcniind JEhigliindtliac Pruasia foriglit by her aide rt Waterloo TIre truth is that tho love hates of lia tionsnrorfonudca trot on Irinriiin nor JJistorr but rrfhrtcrest rid as this changes publidffelhig chaugcaloo Satordny Rt loW w SS f to 1 ifItiJ tf i1j liI I r 1v I IJ 1J Jt 3i jJ THE NEWSLEADER T H f Scr IIiIIi i r IS I r 0 Ij i i111E NEWS tEADE THURSDAY SEPT 3 1896 LDAV1SON JR i NO NOMINATION to f TKE Democrats of tbe Fourth P aressibnal District hav been i Iti tessfoD 9t EUabetbtownoDe splidrweflk up until last night in nomUt e The first ballot was IJSwffiMT 60Murray 59 and Smith 57J 3Dd the six hundr6thIIo rai DiailQt taken yesterday hedqobange in tbeflpres Before going to press we have hetjQ that the convention has tdTlrftrned until next Tuesday at lilob time another try will be l e LjjjpR LEV RUSSELU of Lebj V tUfbn requests us to say that ho ji candidate for the office ojj Cotilll pnwealths Attorney for the Eleventh Judicial District subject to the action of theDerni flcratic party Mr Russell is a jjy free silver Democrat and a son A of ttee x Circuit Judge Russell and though a young nan stands C ifell up in his profession The election for judge cornea off in JioveHaber 1897 and the prim it arias will probably be called early ra that year Mr Russell earlyitthat he may make himself well cn to the 1X pe6l tbedis r w JliJBtbibfore thofelection t OWING to the fact that Mr JR I j Durham hat declined to accept the position the Sprinj6eld High as Q091jnowi without a principal t d there is a g03J opening for ijMiiight man Our town is g Ihuaaantiy able t support a jo6dschooarrd our citizns are Iwis liberal on the Question of r rating their cjiildrh and it A does seem that moid interostr icbould be tlen in the effort II getgjTod teachers and have a irstclass school nthet9wn There are place tio larger and 20 more wealthy than our town ltthatr fford good fchobls first 1assteachers al a small properm tittonate costto eacb patron The 4 fjffiestion of selecting a toacber is loft with a local board and d9inttJeirf53ell nigh impossible in thise oiimurniy buLhe schooljs still fwithout a juincipal and unless fJ5jsomething done before many V jfoySxiUaoksaa if the town might Jafr without a school l as it is get fng along toward the time when iierly all good teachers have 1Bfigageatents rortbe coming t bolterm The trouble seems obelhat too many of our citij H 1 fens would rather pay two prices kao at60nd their children off to j 1YOWA other ltcatQ school than t 1tajpin r in 3 anhed effort to build lpLgoodsehpolIijO at home tyVVS6 t b said howeYer to the ftredit of iheBchool Trustees that ihey are rn eorresuoadenceivitb achers now and will no doubt Mk tiDiltbe best they can lor tho jiafrtms of the school L tAJ s raCoaeT 1IZIt 1 1 ptlolpli Snlro haft aunotmcod that ba Juton da toped Immediately jijfpr iho purchase of attractions that will agakefte Cliff Honso region n fornjida XBlo rival of Corpy Island and ho has locted Col nel T R Robinson to run thp business Iho colonel has alrpndy Amaioiftangementaforj a iipflt of pojiu Iri shows ooinpareil with which tho BialUaucy of tbo Chicago midway would IM as a candle lu Jhp cnnlight The ex tqbpiyo nnipsomcnt plan has ben only TpnriJy outlined bnt the feat urea so far fri S1J5t 4 araumply eafQcfent tawar qntho hnticlpatibn that Saa Francisco je rill have an incmparl lo pleasure re vsortou thoocean beach before the inm 3rinoufini x iCOblonoll Robinson proposes to have a ranilponccrt In Ihq b tbbduse andpps ibIy production of PJnqforo ou pan onsiu the Avator Ho is also to rcct lid U olO amphitheater on the bluffs t to hlch the people of tho city will J 4 Jfcave the prlvilegocf holding cetebrn ltona on national UolIdayB iben there ihoftarsd so will Iho mirror maze TJO great J2ril ctrio tower now bclDR 4akcu apart in i1JoptkVm be cou ip futba Sutru fII Nrr U 1Jl ia t3rn1irtJ rb2I f H r I W 11f Farm For Sale 1 f5iitiow offer myrai of 80 acres for sale It jid well water ed and in ahigh state ojcultiva tioi with plenty of fruiti trees aHbearingl For pariicuiarsi PaN on me Springfield iT3J4iocIL KJJ NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Francis Wall deceased will present samejproperfy proven to the un designed or lleave same with TV W Simms 3 r Attorney BF SIMMS FRANcrs WALLS T E KUHN Ezecutorsf Francis Walls Icrsoiml JFuBB Wpago inotllcal reference book spcclplIchronlc IhyslIDr hathaway Co Dearborn street Chicago r Worth its weight in ffoltl Snthcr lauUs Eagle Eye Sa- lveExiitors Sale As executors of the will of Francis Walls the undersigned will cm Tuesday the 22d day of September 1896 beginning at 10 oclock promptly sell to the nlghesb bidder at the residence of the late Francis Walls tbe following property 1 twoyear old mule 1 five year01d mule 2 isixyearoldv mules 1 eleven yearold mule 14 head 1250 pound cattle 8 twoyear old cat tie I yearling steer heifers 1 Shorthorn bull 83 fat hogs and sucking shoats lot of wheat shelled and fine lot of Timothy hay also orchard grass seed and corn in the field All the farm ing utensils and othec articles too numerous to mention For all sums of 10 oc over the pur chasers will be required to exe cute notes with personal se ur ity due on Jan 1 1897 bearing interest from date of sale negotiable and payable at the First National l Bank at Springfield Ky Vader 10Cash B F SIMMS FRANCIS WALLS Jnf F E KUHN Executors CE HAEMON THE LIVERYMAN Firstcla livery outfits New buggies and fast aod safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursioh partes or drummers The most convenient hitchiug and feeJing place in town MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY wheel tho camera obscnra nud other marvels A Venetian canal in which boats will run is also to constructed This will bo 800 feet long and 12 fcot wJcte Lifeboats strung on a wire cable will carry venturesome sightseers from the Cliff Hoaee over the beating snrf and land thorn ouOu Fish rockSazi Francisco Examiner A Pace In Her Thigh The most remarkable human mon Btroeify that over saw the light of day npou tbo American continent is little fstnuislao Arichi a 7yearold Mexican girl who reside with her foster parents near the litUo tillage of llorelia in tho jstato of AgnascallontasXrho first that wWJ known of the existence of this rarest of all human beings was when a Mexi can paper mndo the following brief Statement Within the last few days thero has beeii brought from Chore to Morolia a little girl who has a second faco on the right hip between tbe hip joint and the knee If yon compress tbo cheeks of this queerly situated faco it opens its eyes Th foce line a jrionfh containing three pearly teeth bpt the noso is entirely wanting Six months after the publication of the above n physician of Morelia sac cactSjrolntlvo finally developed an enormous morons cyst Eflen by degrees Iheroap- poarod an eye nil eyebrow ono nostril of the nose cnrly lashes and finally tho other brow Jfnxt appeared ono row of four teeth and then tim bangs began to grow Rapidly andfriugo the forehead Taken all in all it is ono of the most familythatcenItury The freak hasbeen described in thoI papers of both Vern Cruz and Mexico City tbo accounts creating considerable comment among the medical fraternity nt luito OtW1St Louis iieirabllcan gnmobngoml whon iit has captured enough gdcs to land pnd dovoura thorn ita leisure tI The nrt of putting well into play mediocre qi mil tics ofIon bogots more rdputatioii jtoan true merit ncbiqvea Rcchefoii inld s Ju1cetrithII4re13L1iIc In Punwll great church nrasio which is far bdtfer known thanhii ecu lar wprk beiastill full of respect for his works bo is also still dramatic but dramatic with difference He was far too great a man not to see tim tInodisI Unction which foolish pcpplo nowadays are apt to ignore between s crcdmuslel and secular far too great not to realize that although sacred musio must excito nearly all tho emotion excited by seen Jar music or it becomes formal and unIhuman yet It mast exolt them with a different object and from a different motitotor it becomes sensational and sentimental Many English church com posers have fallen into the first error and written musio which as Mr Bar rett says is like chaff for dryncss and unlike chaff for heaviness ItMnny foreign composcrshave fallen into the see ond Rossini for example Rossinis rcmnrk that ho know only two kinds cf music good nod bad is exactly what might havo been expected from tho composer of his Stabat Mater But Purcell steers a nobfc course between tho two extremes In his anthem and in his great To Doum tho original manuscript of which has been latclyro covered by pro Bridge wo havo tho finest work of Euglih church musio as well as perhaps the flocst work of the master himself His connection with Westminster abbey was not tho only post of honor ho held He was also organist of the Chapel royal and composer in ordinary to the king and all this at 25 Besides these regular appointments we Joar of him playing elsewhere at the Templo church for instance pn that exquisite prgan which for chastened and refined beauty has scarcely an equal At tho famous contest between tho organ builders Harris and mith which lasted for- twelvemonth and became so violent that ono night tho friends of Harris crept in andcnt tho bellows of Smiths organ Purcell wife employed to play for tobhnchosen by Judge Jeffreys instead of tho ono by Harris Templo Bar plain Sapphire Mines Tho Pailin mines are spread over an area six miles by two and consist of 13 mining villages tho chief of which are Baw Taka and Baw Dinco These two are more thau four miles apart but they nro joined by an excellent road cut through the forest and well drained Sapphires are found all over this dis trict The whole countryside riddled with holes sunk in the red soil down to the eapphiro layer Formerly tbe stones were found quite near the surface but thcso places have long sinco bdfcu cx hausled although the Burmese still continue to turn over tho old heaps in the firm conviction that precious stones grow Now tbo stones are found at a depth of from 15 to 25 feet in a reddish gravelly layer of varying thick ness up to 18 iuches The pit sunk ja usually somo 0 feet in diameter aud either square or circular Soil is raised in baniboo baskets attached to tho cud of a balanced lever und when the sap phiro layer is reached the stratum is carried to the nearest water and washed carefully for stones Not more than one shaft in three pays f cr its workiugtx pauses but when tho jjapphiro layer is struck the profits may be large indeed It is all a question of luck To dig uud work out one shaft occupies two or three men one mouth Two or three Burmese generally go into partnership and hire Laos miners to work for them anti sink the shaft at tho rate 2 ticals 2s 8d per 18 inches Occasionally sapphires of considerable value reward the miner but tho sapphires of Pailin are of more commercial value because of tbetf quan tity than because of their intrinsic ceiItnceLondoi Times Air In tho Bones cf Blrtl It often said by persons who are not well enough acquaiutcdvith the science of ornithology to know whether they speak the truth or not that the bones cf the turkey vulture arc hollow air chambers Epcoustructed as to admit of continuous Sighti with but slight fort on the part of the bird Of late years it has becomo tho general belief that tho bones of almost all varieties of birds are simply air cylinders and that tho lordly turkey vulture and tho condor are not better provided for in that particular than a host of smaller birds In order to get some scientific light on the subject Dr Crisp dissected 52 species of birds great and small but found only 18 in which the wing bones were hollow and only one the sparrow hawk appeared to havo the bony nit chambers perforated In 88 others ex amtaed by the doctor there were uo signs of air in tho bones although iu this list thero wero several birds of long and rapid flight Dr Crises conclusions are that there are but few birds which have been provided with natural air chambers und that in cases where tho provision Is made it is not of such material benefit as has been generally sup posed St Louis Republic- A Gifted Geqio The new reporter had admitted that his knowledge of newspaper work was slight but us the staff was short he was taken on That ho was a good man ho showed that evening in a style peculiarly his own He had been taking a late supper at an all night restaurant and some littlo controversy arose while he was there Gntspiuff at once the fact that this was a news item llc topped not to wituaw the trouble but rushed to the office SayJ gasped he out of breath theres a man trying to killthe waiter over at tLo Australian restaurant You1 better send reporter Over there right away Louisville Commercial INVENTORS AND PATENTS North Carolina has ono inventor to ovcry 18597 of its people Thoroaro 4854 patents for the man ufcturo of fnruituro other thou chairs Ofmechanical motors there ere 1775 known to tho official at tho putcut of lIce Tho inventors ot artificial stone and the manufacturers of limo end cement havo taken out 1155 patentn Tbo art of printing fscovoreu by 5833 specialdevices taughttoon as many educational appliances Tho manufacture of charcoal and coko 178pateptsimntre1 i4 Rhode Wand contains a large number ofinventivo geniuses tbo proportion be llOg ope inventor to every 1753 of its population ITh annealing and tempering of DOh ols have called for much attention no less than 736 devices for thcso purposes having been latent ed The Connecticut aukco still preserves his preeminence cs an inventor At present one man iu every 003 inhabitants of Connecticut is an inventor St Louis GloboDemocrat FIVE FRENCH WOMAN JOURNALIST Mme EdmoudAdam is the leading woman journalist iu Paris She is poll tician author and editor Gyp is a journalist of eomo repute but is better known as a story writer in a light vein for La Vie Parisieuno Mme Yver is ti marked figure in tho nowKpaper world Good iu her mind is represented by tho prefect of police tbo detectives ctr but never by the prisdner Mute Soverine was tho pioneer wom an reporter in French courts At first the police wanted to turn her away horrified at her pencil und pad but she won admission Mile Fauro the charming and ac complished daughter of thepresidont of tho French republic writes with re markabln intelligeuco tud power and is a regular caatributor to tho daily pre rs Grosbiuct has a violent discussion with a gentleman who has called him a that expression bowled Grosbiuct Noverl I call you to account for it As you 6G- rosbinet simmering down Como now you really must withdraw somo thing AH right said tho other Ill witliSraw opine And Grosbinet walked off as content as you pleascLo Petit Licgcoia- Johnnlo Acquires Knowledge Father what is a deadlock asked OboullUIOanswering promptly oil questions proceeding from his offspring and so ho replied immo diately A deadlock my eon is what your mothers back hair is rondo of Tex as Sifter A Hrijcht Chicago Boy LakeshleWhat has becomo cf that yoursWabash tod fly entirely Why do you know ho worked mo reg ularly every three days for more than n month by getting off togo to ball games ou tho plea that ho wanted to go to his mothers wedding Cincinnati En quirer flee Method My wife is such a good manager Before sho goes away for the summer she writes mQ cut n long bulletin can know exactly where everything6011 iu the house Yes And then sbo carries it off with her ItChi IcordThe Always remember thoro is a placo for everything Willie said the boys mother Yes and I know whore that place Is ma Its a boys pocket Yonkoro Statesman Caaso For Dislike Badger hates mo like poison WhatforSI met him one day when he had t pale piuk necktie and vas carrying ChicagoIkcord Professor Roentgen is the hero of ia Jiour in Germany Honors aro fchowor ing upon him in his Wnrzbnrg homo and tbo university students organized a grand torchlight processicu through the town to his house to congratulate the profpcsorou his wonderful discovery Sir Douglas Straight who replaces Hvury Cast as editor of Mr Asters Pall Mall Gazette was called to tbo bar long ago as 1805 Afterward ho bocauio justice at Allahabad British India He returned to London in 1891 with an enviable reputation and q pen sion THE FASHION PLATE New black silk grcuidincs are woven with hvily Mario Antoinette designs and silk finished The beautiful French cballles are this yoar brought out in many of the designs popular in Dresden and chine silks Piaidod cotton crapes In dainty color- Ings are exhibitedl also wash ginghams in now Dresden and bonrctte effects A number of the new modified sleeve pulls aro slashed showing a narrow underpnff of some rich ccatrasting maO SThe terial size and shape of spring hntsaro considerably reduced but nearly every mcdol Js overburdened with a hetoro Qousons mass of trimming Vests and waistcoats aro very gay this season Bud bright soft textured cloth ia very frequently used in their nicking instead ofvolvet or brocade Although tbero is a slight decrease in uUlIiiy costumes of wool and silk and wool mixtures the usual width is maiutaiued for dressy gowns and for spring joio1inwide collars that are to be so fashionable will provide the width recently imparted by the voluminous puffed alcove All styles of fancy laces with band some insertions to match iu St Plancn or St Gait made goods will bo used to decorate summer bilLo muslfns crepons cballies und other fashionable materials Now York Post INPVEL TIES in all sizes are iucascd in silver sheaths ITbe garter with a heart shaped photograph buckle finds patrons Table knives are furnished with eil ver handles in patterns to match forks and spoons A pleasing fad is that for art colored glass vase and bonbon dishes in silver gilt standards wv h ioJ v 1 FOR 10Q If you pay now you can ge youi County Paper the NEWS LEHDER FOR ONE YEAR New Management New Features New Dress i News Spicy Original 0Illpellent 4 And an Indespensible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be pro- udPoR 150We will Bend you the NEWS LEADER and tho Weekly Courier Journal for one year- NEWSLEADER antf weekly Commercial for 125- NEWSLEADER and Cincinnati Enquirer for 81 NEWSLEADER and Cincinnati Twiceu WEek Commercial Guz ette for 5105 Call for rates on other papers anti magazines Come in nail see us orI send in your money t- cfELDAVISONJR Editor EWELKADER J iW i t i j i t j4 it r a fur f w L jjSMflROYR1TZXT i FOR 1 If y p HARDWARE j tlNWARE v 3 tq STOVES3ETS i ll4MJi S E UR LINN F + 1 r 1 en Wire Grain Gi dM Fieezeijsi r i Coolers Preserving ECtt1sinl eFruit f rIf Caiis Pistols and Cutlery f- 3P Country Produce taken in Exchange fur Goods vvf1f ie x Tin Roofing aiid Giitteripg A Speciityv S PVt ASeelour r U7pi 1lATJiO 4 JSI pURTON q C r tf 4 t 1Se 21 9 Ji Ma BUrt A Co t a i BEN WAYDON SrM Manageri ITndRrtakofs and Fillienil D rccttorRs f1 Coffins CasketsIBurial Robes Of all Kinds I It I FULLY EQUIPPED qllsanawer d promptly night or day The services Of hii EXPERIENCED EMBALMER A graduate flUID nsthoolrof r embalming have been engaged 5 i i 7S i fJ 1LBUItfON JJJtji tMHagan Block pringfie1dK 1 7 PatrOlliZOt f1t rr 55 Ff I it t 3 HoDie InGust 1Y tr IlL f BRING YOUR t 1 i itBILL HEADSi J fiti 4 f I ao f LETTER AISt lf NOT H24r ENVELOPES i 8 sJr IINVITATIONSf3 g1 Sf r Everything in tiJei v i4 rl Print ng Lmeto tJY sPj weWIO th iJ t 5 ewJG qutckliricE i ih iSf i 2 l IN THU LATETS- TYLJJ l t J 7 f JfltTHE NEWSLElDE if GREEN APPLES PRIED APPLE t f j We arc the largest exporters of dried frnltlrf the world and the larcwtmctreflriM uhlppen of both green and dried apples In the state acid feet the kthrjt JHrMt AU ask U a trial stilpment to prove tbewf facts Strncllm sent ircotM ppU Write us for further Inforjmaildu and ship your roods to teadiiaarttrs We s uy 4hlng r1HERNDON i t f ii I 0 i tI o d4 t THE NEWS JEADEA l I d frvr h 5 5t 7ri PTpLIAKD fj THENEiStEDER t EVBUt TIItmapAY MOU IN a trr ay = RINC iELD1Y I r fitO fan yhrtetp pain A0VANOI 0 5 1 7 TEETIt- J Jt r EXjFR 7i TEl v 1Rri ijWITHOUT INsot JlJinle UIG or Piofiod r4traatad New Jjothbd ofj f own vtAwkkklWVes no bad effect ArUtclul lttetI of dltlbrcnt gipilcH i and prlcuu t tighttenwt at JtiiiaU expense ItutDuK Woiiic unl Cnowsisq n t fip cll ty t PIEST CLASS WORK IiI r f PIUCE8 llEASONASLB- j IIUIIKIt HOUIVllpiillKt wilt tiruc uty lrAVIldpr onicedur tnouthhieparedrGtlW niako nppolntmcita for lirWlldnr days first Wed If l kridayiriecb UtirlClils erI ist oQ- utMauoetleoFuurthAvo 3 j ousiaik l y JDu ntlst ttR l 4 JR JF R11rruTDT t FFJCE HOURS r to i p m Tuesdays sad Satyrdays 111NGFIFLD SKYi jtiL RJ B R CO1- R DSn 7piiar ouc Il tsoni drag l10 i ilain StSPULN9blELD1 KY vtJjy iJ BURTON ttS j DENTIST t TEETH EXTRACTED r7rT WITHOUT PAIN oOI7incUJ1 anJUock oy qrIf11811chl un i stork t SPRINGFIELD KY r t S 0 2FR li1 THe I feeHy Commercial It l JftH to Readers of tfiisr Paper apubecrrPGotx18 accompaniedWfcy yfs Wthe Nry LBAPK wjfl boaont fro- nbfrhsrefor year a eopy of the I 4 JfJlnIUeWepkly Commercial a largo UMoolamu paper ttllcd with mora new v uteri any other metropolitan weekly UMHttirt Cirrwtlartet Rjorts Tarn 87 years old and rIo used about 1 of the eoug1antl lung romwllcs that J jhavebeon Bold during any life und for aaytttatMuals Dri hells I Joe Tar honey It Rives qck and permanent relief In ptppe aiiweliss nhtrciugl1 Wo keep 3 V 1 leroar house all tho anil would nut Jcwtthout1t ripMA ftltfrcAMK PT 1X5 Fob rlttL PJulucoli Ky Foratlo y JI Vd6nVtitobertson r Sutherland Kaglo Eye Salve Cures 4 V McKenna Whiskey i f This celebrated bran llof 17Ihitlkcy x lketlfor salt atmy grt and make- s epectiltj nf itrurrfamiawl for tufclicinil l use tf CUl THOMPSON Who lain tJilnk rWaMe4ftn Idea wtoaietcattt- 1 of ome elmplo SWV Pwoted y tecof atxti- ea 7S ta WsiIaar YoetbelrjIWDpMso oast- out sea t tnranoaa waatd Bu1cribe far beNEWS LEAD SEo 1YJlayeal 4j S If KBOVT TOWNu n Lost Certificate Ub 17 eeriea A nome Savings Building Loan Asso ciation jJN SAUNDEBS f WANTSb SO 000 ppunga of woolh Highest cash price paid for same Yflu4NiNaflnu Duxcax Jastrbceivcdat McOhprd Robert i eonono of the beet lines of shoes ovcrybron ht totown ft tot Orijahairca alot of second cibpofofcliara grass for hay 0 ct 1TCGIL- LsTRAYBDFrom my farm four miles East Springfield one red heifer weight aboufctpo pounds JAMES P HAYES FoR RENT Houses and grain lan on four farms For particulars apply to 0 0 rcGIEL- Springfield Ky LOST Two old turkey hens with 33 young ones and all gray turkeys also 7 chickens with them FENWXCKI t fire Ladies Progressive Euchre Club met at the homo of Mrs R A JSIcElroy pj1 Tuesday evening last NOTICE St Catharine of Sienna Academy Springfield Ky shall open as usual tho first Monday of Septem bar the 7tb inst THE town haft been almost deserted byrlawyerB and poBtiblaus thiayreelr They have been attending the con ventlon at Etown FOR RENTTwo farms with about 90 acres to go in wheat and corn on pach place For particulars apply to O O MCGILL Springfield Ky THR Springfield second nine went to Lebanon Tuesday and played the dub at that place a gamo of ball The score was Springfield 23 Lebanon 20 A GOOD crowd froin here will attend the Bardstown Fair A special train leaves here every morning at 11 oclock LOST A yearling Jersey heifer dark mouse colored with mealy nose finder please return to me at toll gate on Springfield and Willisburg turn pike MBS MAO WHALLEN TUB Louisville Store will bp closed on September fth and also on Sop tember 17th on account of those days being observed as Jewish holidays Till Washington County Fair Com pany we understand did not make enough to declare a dividend this yeti but efforts will be made to have a bIg fair in 1897 THE management of Tatbam Springs has decided on a reduction in the rater of board at that popular resort and the rate per week from September 4 on will be only Instead of 910 Spring cleaning In the house is im portant and to cleanse the human yatem is even more so Neats Lax ctive tones one up cleanses and regu lates the bowels liver and kidneys For sale hoc a botch b y Haydon Robertson And Waters i Browne D rPoLur son of Dr Pobn wet with a painful accident while in Louis yule last week He Was ridIng on be hind a bicycle when bis foot was caught in the chain crushing his toes so that three of them had to be ampu tated He was brought home Mor day and Is doing as well as could be oxpocted Tim rate of hoard at Tatbam Springs from pow on is reduced to S3 per week The accommodations will con- tinuo at the old standard of excel lence and the rate now is within easy rearfh0f all who wish to take advantage of an outing or to enjoy the fall fishing at that delightful re ortIITIm Washington County Teachers Institute is in session this week at tho school House The attendance is quite large and the proceedings are both Interesting and instructive to teachers nd young people wishing toI get points on the best metnods in teaching UNDER the auspices of the Charity and Literary Club a box party was given at thn homo of William McEl roy on Saturday evening last Each young lady who attended brought a box containing lunch or something good to eat Those boxes vwero put up and sold to the highest bidder Tho young man becoming the par chaser was expected to share the lunch with young lady There was a good crowd in attendance and quite a good sum was realized for the Charity ClubtMARRIED At the Mt Zion Church this county on Wednesday Sept 2d Mr John Mcllvoy and Miss Maggie Williams AiSkRoao Church on Wednesday Sept 2d Mr Lawrence O Daniel to Miss Osa Kelle DIED IOn Monday Aug 31st Mrs Monroe ThoIlateIWilliam Mulligan and was beloved fo- rii tr I ii to f her many fine traits of character and the sympathy ot the community is ex tended to the b reaved husband The funeral took place at St Rose yester dayMrs Richard Smith of the county IIMrs Sunday lost She was about of age andleaves a husband and five small children to mourn her ftIbssi IBASE BALL Every effort was made by Manager Foster to get Springfield here for two games this week lint all to no avail They were compelled they said to play Campbellsville Friday bpt wo notice they saw proper to cancel the game with Oampbelisville and come findd a weaker opponent They virtually acknowledged their inferiority o Har rodsburg when they secured five hired men at the Springfield game The item above was taken from the Hnrrod burg Sayings They were never so mistaken in their lives In the first place the Cainpbellsville nine would not play for the reason that they hadtwo games with Lebanon the same week In the second placeSpring field did not have but ono hired man add that was Smith and it was not really understood by him that he was hired and came up to catch having heard of our invincible pitcher Col vin and was anxious to see him pitch Smith was given a saxu of money but not as a hired man but because the boys apprediated ills services Tho Inrrodsburg catcher MurPhy Is a salaried player and they have no kick coming from that quarter The team that went toperryville was the Juniors and for no otherreason than that the game had been advertised And last but by no means least why did th try to buy Smith off offering him eyI sum of e25 to throw the game PERSONHL Tills S Roberts and son William are visiting in O vington J G Mansfield we are glad to learn is iimproving slowly Messrs Jim Greene and Joe Clay brpoke were in Badtovn Eunday Jeff Yeager and George Foreman of Danville visit lJ S Claybrooko tae first of the wee t Miss Willy Knott left Wednesday morning to visit friends and relatives in Louisville Miss Eila Higan who has been visiting Bliss Xaiio Cain left for her home at Fairfield Monday J A MoAtea and sonMaiBter How ard of Ominnattii were visiting Mrs John F Hagjn last week Mr and Mrj W T MoElroy and daughters Eleanor and Marv are at Tatbam this week Mrs F E Kuhn who has been hero since thb death of her father prank Walls has returned to her home It Nashville Mr and Mrs E L Davison and little grandsons Edmund and John Miller of Louisville are at C R Qrqndys 0 L Heyman of Carlisle is hero for a stay of two days From here goes East to purchase his stock of fall clothing The following party went to Tath an Tuesday R J Browne and Miss K itie Cain Arthur Campbell and Miss Figg R C Craycroft and Miss man HindI MiesAnnio McChord line gone to charIIeVirginia and Will C Jr will attend school at Danville George Wharton has accepted a position in the store of J G Mansfield George la a very popular young man and has many friends here who wish him well in his new position Ernest and Joe Mansfield will leave next week for Richmond where they will take a course in the Central University The boys are both good students as well as good business men and will no doubt make their mark In the wdrldV C C McCliord I II Thurman T S Mayes T W Simms Jr John T 0aycroft W 0 McChord T S Yankey R A Mulligan and J J McI Cabe were among the delegation that went from hero to Etown to help Sweeney in the convention A surprise party was given to Mias AnnIe McChord last Friday night Among those present were Misses Ella Craycroft Annie D Grundy Myrtle Mansfield Lizzie Spauldlng and Annie Cunningham and Messrs MCEIIrJYt An impromptu entertainment fori the benefit of the teachers library wlllI be given at the schoolhouse tonight at 8 oclock The entertainment will consist of music recitations orations and essays by numbers of the teachers institute and others Admission 25 cents When Baby was dele wo goro her Castoria When ego a Child ehv cried for Castoria when she became alas ego clung to Castoria When eho had ChlIdnnaho gate them CoStorlx r t We Stay We Stay s We AyaDt it distinctly undqrstood that although our competitor fripnds like for us to go away we cannot accommodate them but stay right where we are and are now preparing to serve you better this Fall and Winter than wet have since coming here But this is What we intend to do we will hereafter handle only Clothing Furnishing Goods and a full line of Shoesfor everybody Going into the exclusive clothing business will enable us to show you a larger variety and to sell you goods lower than eyerv I We are now offering our entire stock of Dry Goods Notions etc at pxactlycost price and you should all take advantage of this offering to purchase all the goods you need In the next six months We are saving you at least 80 per cent qn everything During this sale the prices on our Shoes and Clothing have been cut down to the bone and you will miss it if you buy anything in our line before giving us a call Look at everybodys goods get prices and then come to us and if our prices are not lower than any you have seen we wont ask jou to buy Sept8thTHEL- OUISVILLE STORE Originators of Low Prices FINE TAILOR MADE CLOTHING We are ageqts for M Born Co and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylor who guarantee heir work in every respect in workmanship fit and prices Come in and see their samples before buying I READY MADE CLOTHING We carry the largest stock shown m town We are overstock right now add we will sell you a suit for almost your own price 1 t SHOES OXFORD SLIPPERS f Our stock of Mens Womens and Children Shoes is complete Mens Button Shots Black and Tau Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mens Low Shoes Black and Tan Womeus Button Shoes Womens Last Shoes Womens Ox fords and Womens Slipeers Childrens Button Shoes Oxford and Slipper3 We bought our shoes at Low prices aud we offer special inducements in prices DRESS GOODS andiDRESS TRIMMINGS We are still keeping up our stock of Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings and we can suit you from tho cheapest Serges Mixtures etc to the very nuo Paisian weaves Come in and ex amire our stock and get pri- cesWALL PAPERD- ont forget we are Headquarters for everything in Wall Paper CARPETS AND MATTINGS ITb special prices we have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent If you need anything in this department take advantage of our low prices at once EVERY DEIARTMENT We will make the lowest prices in each and every department for tba next Thirty Days that was ever made on equal values We have the goods nd must lisposo of them We want money and are compelled to have itWhjjrefore profits will not ba considered when a customer offers us Cash for goods CUNNINGHAM JMJNG4N 7 rjii t t l bEARANCLSME1 sT 3 Jpordet to reduce our large stock we will makev some SPECIAL PRICES for next to day s f o J Latlies Shirtr Wnis 25 per cent loss tbun tgti1 Jri IIII tjooen dress goods for lose than you 1bUV them ell esrlereUeE Lour prices on them Ladles arrtl Misscfc Jine Oxfr rilafeBtVlef t loweat prices ever heard of Prices reduced wyllfine shoes JIcnji fF Fine Shoes 8100a pair Mena Plow Shoes SJ 1educed thloUnited4 r iJ CUT PRICES In Mens Boys and Childrens Clotliinl We ore overstocked in Clothing and the propose to make price a tra the stock that will move it Come early heforeyour sizeisgon rr jFull 1 line of Slens Summer Coats and Vests at reduced prices To closfeoat our stock of STRAW HATS jvo will sell teem af cost lif wilt payJou wen to make your purchased of as we ofir bargains iin cycryTbne of our departments t i MCGHORD RO ERTSO i iIJOHN WdRUME A aRQ J LEADING UU6RVM6Ii iJ ih LEBANON KY JjSTABLE Spslulpg Avenue and Mulberry Street I Back of Norris House GOOD VEHICLES FIRST LAsS febliSESi iirSpecial Rates to Commercial Men Safe and RcliableDrtyers Washington Country Trad Solicitedl r rJ SPRINGFIELD i SAW AND PLANINGMItL a I ij MARKS qaEE ElrQP 1MANUPAOTU ERS AND DEALERS 51IW t f rV i lAll kinds of Rough and Drafted Lumber LatLes MoaiainfsCSiMi ings Frames Sadh Doors JJiindb Tpb tccol3ogshtads pypre Shingles Acme Cementri bcBill Stuff cut to order on Short Noicei Hifi tfeki Cask Lnt paid for all kind i of Logs Call and see us and get prices y f Office roarrr Llghtnlngrtpt Crops NamekVpryTrue All Pain I Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Belief Thefo Is No Pay HernialISent It to Its Mother in Mr Jacob Eahrnson who is in thou m ploy of tlioXhlcago Lumber To aiDo lIolrii8 Iowa says ihuvo jest pent IhO11oldiisoto be the best mmliritio Irt thownrldI for rhoiimntlKin liJnlnp used it in rorl fninlly for years It is called Chamber lntni Pain iininnd it nuvnja docs Jto work Price 50c a bottle PITT IN UESTIIN Quo WORMSCREAM II VERM1FUCEI FOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY IOTTLE GUARANTEED 80xmD dL LDEVGpZST BinuBfiaoi iracuB cS tons Neats Laxative cures chronic coustl patlon50qabottlo at nil druggists or at Neat Lajcatlvo Co Louisyjllo Ky PLYM0I a ROCKS PLys 0 1IJ10 Xs EXCLU1f1VLYI I have some veri fine cockerels and pullets for said at a reasohablo price Also eggs In seasonYMB3lHMOHAK MB3lHMOHAKiSprlpgfi Ky Right in Sight Sure Saving Shown Well iand you our Gain Cata loguo and Buyers Guide if you send wus cents In stamps rhnt- partpoatageorpsageipays sad kcepa offidlets Its a Dictionary cf Honest Values Full of important information no matter where you bay joorPage3 4cOOqaftJclesandrishtp useritCOtiGit6Ramona Liver Pills ce TonfCrHcIletu nrc a Perfect Treatincut for Cohstipatiot srV iliot cnessnxGtte pill a dors J t j- ri 4i 1 Opt Sweeney Ui tA San flletpa Cal says usjhUphji Catarrh Remedy S foundthatwoulildonf t Which is wormjiiiiprlsoiimont forlifol ora fflfelonpf disease likowcrofiila for e example ofortnerccrtalnlysvould beprererahlo were It not thjit A ore S rHtiiarllla cnn always coino to them qupaud givfr the poor sufferer health iNtcnJtb end bnpplntse 17T Electric Bitters rle tHe Bitters isamdicintKnHrd for kf aucsoaltntiIptporha pa mote generally necked when the laiKudcxhit tcdf6oU rIng jJrevnil1 when thoHvcr la torpid nnrt slugislei and tl nest pft a tonic and ar terative is felt A prompt use of fbl medicine hasoften averted loug and jrr t iIItp9 fatal bilious favors Ifo metllrinew tyri pot dn Uoadneli6DiudlKr stint conistt 4 pitlon and dlzxiii u yield to Electric Bttcrj 50c Iud 81 ptrbottlo at iia don flHoburtapn Druggists 1 200 A VISE4Is a pUyaldana usual fee A t SSQ Cent bettk fg Neats Laxativea WlUput7our y trml otaeraNItcures Torpid ndSluxKUh s Una Uon Headache etc Plnsdntomi rareforaflagesani esea Aseicattfc a ndDstorltii 1IAI t 1VEetLMN M Xi t 13ncklea a Arrika Salve Ti o cst salvo In thewurtdiorculs bruises 80FeS nicer alt tteiiin foyer antes tettcrchhppc Imndu cl lU nlnrf corps andnll kln eruptionsandprNd lK lively curca pile or tau ray r qxilrrc Jtlsglnrntril to i tMtbftttotior money rrfntidM9 Pike rJf ter lox H IluvJon ltnbcrtwinallraightnlor A8LEWSflflIRI IfOKEVE IIUJJZY r 1 ElIIJ5IIIENT f w rIJRf rfU ftnrfllrf t9 RIs n dT J r known fo Itiysrr ttpf T U 1E Y IiI a l palt- t l t1u 19TSt tJt t M U r J 555PSSs A4 w Y i rrA is 44 7 I I c- b t 4 laq3 a it f3 ii w Io gy oL r Jif i tL i f tJ 1IEWLr t 4 fz THt EADERY hl1AtE OP 1un jtlf SON ViTrFTtt t ON THUHSDAY SEPT 17 16f About the tour of 2 ocl6ck p Jn s and on tho promisee wo will offer at public gabc the splendid farm known 88 tHejJoun M Bell tract but moro gjliVM the Elijah Stone fajmy idia the northern part of Nelson AJ eouniy adjacent to the line Of Spon cerlcounty and fronting immedlatelv dniho Fanfield and Louisville Turn pike road about three 3 inileswest ot Fahfleid and twelve 12 miles north of Bardstown This farm corn priaed ab6ut400 acres of land 300 of which id in grass acres of woodland y nnd the remainder ot 70 acres join a iigh state pf cultivation Tho farm tj extremely well watered tbqEatt Fork otJCoxs Greek traversing the front portion several ponds and ipringa being on the other portion The dwelling house contains 7 rooms ahd is a comfortable substantial frame building in good order The pnthpuses consist of stable granary carriage f jsplendidjtngs ora well equipped farm and daalrablo home all being in firstclass condition There is an orchard of about 4 acres lull bearing fruit The farmbeingtablohud most desirable tram a health stand point neighborhood a superipr t one and the locaUtj conslderdd bylmany as the choico spot pf Kelson TEkMS Ono third casKpr he- tqaivalent tho balance fh one or two years equal paymentSwith interest pllticularsfor a Duncan Fairfield Ky or WiP jt iiWhttesides Blooinfield Kyq edtr ThiJily8tb 1893 In recent totter rsfrtlto Setator Jtushford N Y Says Itmay be IcMUtOto kiiou thtf wbbcstoein Innwhich Chamborlnln medicines pro hold bbyi tatdthjOy xiuisUljabcst Jcuown An auntfof f niue tho resides at rt Dexter Iown was yearasnceiandO IfJllsfyassbejvoaia briiyr ii quantity with lher jiajbo OinqUiko to u without them 4 VjBjtfl JnfUfjtivHf referred to are Chamber VjjIKrin inely famous lor its wires of coids and croup Chamberlains I ln Balm Tor rheumatism lame back l palnslBl the s1o and chest and Chain ywrlnlns Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhoea 1 rnedjcw bowel complaints These 1moU4nasbsYo boon in constant flsein V jwufcirntynosta quartet of a century ltithopoZlc have learned that they arcsarticles of grbat worth and merit and 4bnoqnnlod by any other t t PUBLIC RENTING l r On Scoteinbci 5th 189C nt2 tps 1t i8raile Jlorthy of Snnn field Ity J we will offer fur rant to the highest fjana best bidder the U T aieintt 1 1iTts known as the nome place J 60Jvacrcs for itaa if gram and bahtnce I ii3Ugr lS and the Harrer Jlace CIfltatpingnhout2OOacre4Oacret ofwhQh ia to goincornai1tl3bout 40 in tntlI gram the balance iu- jfgcnsa e Theo ia good residoncrf- nnd4 airipte ontbniUiogs upon each t jlftcev Said renting will bo irora 1898fgivenfTfitII Not s with npprovei II +ec iriryril1 be requited from the ttri Any other inforraation t TV La v Ho obtained on day of u ir frri tjio Jncr iigned G A DOlIONEr 1 iJIl i W P MEniUTT iherO Is wore catarrh itr this Moctiqrt piiit thaIrldsdtliar disoostS f1itto9Uibr and until ho IuU vyeafR ForIsegr ioniiTJyearB tolilors prononriceilJt dc9n1l diIM n9e and prescribed local l rem idtwi nnd by constantly failfnj to euro with ilncahtrontDiontjirprinnncpd it Jij eurbc8cle ro has pmvc cntliib to MVcpnstilntlonal dlscaswand thotoforo iIros consUtutlonal treatment Halls 1atjirrh euro manufactured by P J 4Cutethiy A don Toledo O Is tho ortly t IonStLthtionnlcuroI on the market UIis f Ijtsn intpiiially In doses from toll drop casboonful It acts dlrfictly pn the vurfacwf ttJlJfI 8 taniThoy offor ont htiqdrod Tollnr- aJprAifycapp i5t fills to ctt tSoud for rculnrs nnft tnMtimbnialsr Address rLT iU1tttCo trClelIoO jt9N byJSrugIst8 7cc t LEiyiPi his ta1Jr IfbackYcsjIi0 01I1crs Wc Jy li fj lO FRIC si Rnm Jllstoiy and Habits of n3In3e tAU Explorers nol4 In Dread We hnyo been spaocusfomod to hear o tho ravages cf the tsetse fly iin South Africa that definite scion tiflo information on fhd snbjept cap not faUto bo wolopnio Snrgeonjifa jjor Brpoo at the requestor thoNa government is invosMgating thoL habits life history etc1 of this r gTiblo cattlo sconrgu The fly has been well Jnown for nearly years to bo in some wattho causO of tho disjoasp known asmongBign fyinglo7or depressed spirits The genus to vhfoh tho fly belongs is allied tp thoi common hloodsuok ilig stomosys and jj contains six known African Hpeolesf jrof common which tsetse namo appears to serv allofI As showing the wont pf psaot tnowledgo existing on tho guhject travIplorJi nection twcbJtllofiy rind the din case ThuSso eminebfr n dipterolp gist as Van dor Vnlphns concluded that the tsetsois not injurious or that its ill effects are esxnggerated From Drv Brncos ohservationfl it would appear that thxi fly isvivipa rous giving hirthlo jtmnH Inrvi a most important fapthliherto tinoticod The disenso iS1fbO findsIiisxluo to the prcacncoInTql blood 1ascl1ritcdinfusorion finrunnly with flagolluua atone end Thonp liearance of tiffs hajmqtozoon in the blood is signalized by nTr stfin tern peraturov The inctfbntion period is from 7 to20 days aft or vhioh pen d the hmniatozcn may be foundL swimming actively among and ap corpuslesthercfl tog very largely reduced in rum berWith the progress of the dis enso the htomatozoa increase in nunJDora and at the Umoof their osts death may amount in tho ogto31O000 per cubic millimeters of blood Dr Bruce has demonstrated that iitt is jiossihlo jopeatedly to feed tsotsti on h healthy dog without pro ducing disease in that animal show ingitbat the fly pojssessesnospcoifio yenomhu that iE allowed to drrtw blood from a di QAScd anmal or tho carcass of one they will commnni rote nagunntobealthy animals The discnsois invariably fatol in thiT borst ass and dog but perhaps not necessarily so in rott9in which it ruus1 much slower course From spine prelIminary experiments ar- onic appears to havo a marked tion on nagann causing disappear anco of tho hmmatozoa reduction in temperature and maintennnco of tho rod blood corpuscles London Chrbniojo The Oallett Kcwspnpcr In the World Thw dullest newspaper in the world with jtho oxcoptiori of onO or wo of tho big London dailies which could bo named Jis tho London Ga zette tho governments own little organ This paper has beonJssuctl since tho early part of the pighteonth century and has appearcdrcgnlnrly over since Government notices appointments descriptions of cero menials bankruptcies dissolutions of pnrtnersbip1official dispatches nro nil that it contains No nows of any other description is admitted while telegrams as being frivolous arc strictly tabooed Its price moro over Ian shilling Littlo wonder therefore that its circulation 1s practically nil The only occasion oh which tho paper bnsovor hud any popularity was dur ing tho Crimean war Its offices at that time woro besieged by crowds of anxious people inquiring nIter friends and relatives o Thacditpr at the present timo ir1 JIrHarrison although as josays he hnrdly calls it cditfng Ho Ins nc circulation to bother himself about no Advertisers to court and need Jpko no troublo about thd public tasta Itis his pjroud bonst flint hisI paper is tho dullest newspaper tbTa world London TitBite The pracefeta Varied Stock tI Aiigstoro of tho present day tI said Mr W S Thompson to supply ordinary demands must keep nboul 15000 articles on bantj Every root and seed that bus medicinal value as well as tho loaf flower nndi bulbof tho plant has to bo kept in erook 8oalsomust be kept tho bun 8ot preparations made from them tinctures extracts fluid and solidand decoctions almost without number Then come the thousands of chemical acids salts active principles tho various propa rations pills powders all tho propri etary medicines and hundreds of ar ticles known as sundries perfumes onUjfancy articles Washington r Adam Was Fortunate AdamI tell you Evotbo tailors never devised any tiling for imon so good 03 the fig leaf Eve How so my dear Adam Why it never lags at tlio knobs ChicnRQ Postp r Sorghum Par Swine bogsiJfthntwell on itbut itonghtuot to be fed er elusivelY or in largo quaHHJtios to Imo sews Tho chief nutrient in sorghum canes is the sugar and whilo it bus been inpvqot tQ be a fatt nliig food fcr hogs It does not fmulsh tho olcmqnt of growththati a sow carrying pigs should iiI have and iif fed to her sin should ii addition have gomo shorts or otHer cpucoubateii food rich iniinuscio form thg1entoThl j I j Pllb1Sa1nl ON 96dd f will Blitotire highest bidder on the premises the farm 01 Henry Williams deceased ccr- itainiog about BOO acres in a fine tate of cultivation situated near Beecbland Ky convenient to eigbtIwaters pLthp Ltt1eBecicb between the Lincolns Run turn pikQritl the WaUdns Lick turn pike and on a count road This rarmwUl boffeiktd in two tracts and then alt6 ther and the one briDffirift the most rponev will DP the said To first tract contains abput IQOvacres Qf good land fronts on tile county road has a comfortable dwelling hous land barn The souond tract con sitot 200 acres of good farm- ingi liincLibas on itthejfamily res iderice a twostory frame with 9 rooms good cellar good well a t door and necessary outbuild ings Privilege to seed this fall giveh sad possession given Jan uary 1 1897 This farm will be sold on a credit of 12 and 18 months with interest ThOs B McAl ist rUu thepreinises and will take pleasure in showing the firm tj aiisonO desiring to look over itSale to begin ut 1 oclock- p m A B L L1TSEY Executor HarVoions Results From a letter Written ToyRcv J Gun dormau of Dinioiidnlo Mich we are lorrnltttKltOjiinkclhisoitract I hnvo no honisahcy in rccoinmnidlng Dr Ktnr8 New Piscovnrv cs the rosuils were almost marvelousin the case of my wIfe While I was pastor of the BI1Plt rlniroh nt Rlvrn Junction slio wus brought down with pneumonia suc ced Ing In grippe Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last for hours with IU to interruption anti it fccemcd as if she cguld nut survivo them A friend rec ommended l lr iClngs New Discovery it wtcrrnrukfnitg ork Iud highly sat Isfmtory in results Trial battlo free at Ilaydon A llobcrtson Jniggists IA Y T fe it f HREE f ip We have made arrangements a Ihriittr number of year lysubscnptiona to the 1 IIfiDIE3 I I I HOME 1 I rcIAn iIlutra monthly ttinra zinc pablisiicil at Clucago nnd containing Stcnea Sketches g anSIl cvorytliirrg interesting fir 6 the home a For each now subscriber to v tho NBWSLKADSII who paysI One Dollar Cash III nfvslnce we will semi tills magazine to jj any aildrcfls ABSOLUTELY I1aEE Our number is limited and f first come first served y I Address all communications to 7 E L Dll VISON JR PVUIAsIIER 2 3 4 eI y x V v S a A Puzzle for an Indlauif 1ontinoiter A letter mailed at Wcst Point Ind is now in tho Lnfnyctto postotllce dresaed thus What though the mow thongtheso much that earth would seem like ouo vast fomifain No matter With this letter mviftly soar to Mr Garibaldi D HcQinyis whom rumor whispers dwoIL on Burwcll place As D implies his middle name is Dennis this pointer big apolis sunIGetting Even With film BazolIhad u good joko on my coal yheavyl Nntt Did yon provo it to him weighItv BatUfactorr Prosress Lr41WeIl hovziru you qoiug ou with your wheel Splendid Ive got so now that I dont fall off when I meet a girl inI bloomers Chicago Record 11 1HIn Mis tine t4hUrt1ChiOfttdiHayei something IonTho uiajf iGlag Eptor Thanks Ill break a emll9ottleNowYrkPzcss f fl SALADS AND gIR MAKING tnios Wtileli Mn t Ilbcjed If Success If tone Allret iTbl ttmost important part of ti enl d lit the dressing nnd tlioingrcdi obiIn the dressing about vuicb one sbood bo the most particular is the vinegar Truo one must hnvo good oil out first get your vinegar ia n rtUo always to bo observed in the preparation of iv salad dressing and llot it bo tba right sort or your dress ing will bo poor The reason why ono cnn always got a hotter salad in n cheap Pnfi sian cafo titan can bo obtained id tbo best of our hotels and restaurants simplyilmt in Paris and indeed all oyor Franco they usa1ho purest Dud bcstof olivo oil tarragon malt and wino vinegar Tho alleged cider vinegar of Amor iica is rarely fit for and the wbitowluoyifaogni rtbiou iso sort of mixturo 6f woodt alcohol and sal pbnrioaoidis dotcstnblOi A salad wen prepared often forms tho best jxirt of a dinner The Fronob drcs1ng for green salads and mayonnaise for meat fIsh and otlier heavy salads is the rule In making a plain Preach dress ing always usa at least two kinds of vinegar tarragon and French milf and if it can bo obtained use the third sort puro oidor vinegar thus givinga subtle delicious flavor to a salad that ono sort of vinegar never imparts Ono cannot always follow the same rule in ranking a dressing for different salads For example team toes or cucumbers require more salt then lettuce and other grcon salads except water CrOSS where still moro salt is needed A dash of English mustard ia n great improvement in a dressing fcrn tomato salad Nover pour tbo dressing over a green salad but put it in tbo bottom qf the bowl and lay the leaves light iy on top of it and mis with a Los wood fork and spoon just boforo serving To mako a French dressing put tbo salt and pepper in tho bottom of the bowl flrst then add tbo vinegar and stir till salt is dissolved After that add tim oil The relative pro portions must depend largely upon what sort of salad is to bo dressed For lettuce rctaaino cbicory dim delion ettious and bscarolo uso three spoonfuls of oil to two of vinegar and onosixtb as much black pepper as salt For onion potato water cress and tomato salads use equal parts of oil and vinegar and almost doublo tim amount of salt used for the first named greens When green peppers arc used puti no popper in tho dressing For lettuce salad odd to a unIt spoonful of salt mosixth ot a salt spoonful rf black pepper put it iu an ice coldsnlad bowl nnd pour over them one dessertspoonful each of tarragon pure cider and French Blah viutgers Rub the bowl oi boxwood ralud spoon and the tines of n boxvccd fort with a crashed clove off garlic Stir tbo vinegar with tho fork till the salt is dis solvcd then pourfoqr dessertspoon fxjls of oil iu the salad bowl mix all togotbcr witb the salad spoon for ono minute Shako the lettuce leaves gently freo from tIm ice water in which they bnvo boon lay inland nr thojIlookmoment Leforo serving Then gen tly mix the dressing with tbo lleaves using the garble flavored spooii And forkNow York Recorder StrlDC11lO Froel J Wells tolls about the proper way to string fish for keeping then1 alivo in the water Tbo ordinary way of stringing black bass or other fish is to tako a fonr foot pioco of cbalklino tio a crossbar of wood tbo sizo of a pencil ot either ond anti then as rust as the flan are taken they are put on tho line by shoving ono of tb6 sticks up through the gills and out of the mouth That method plays havoc with tho gills of tbo fish find very oftan the fish dies in the water whore it should have lived for a considerable period The way Wells dues into hove a light chain instead ofn cbalklino 4 feet long anti a bar at one end to keep the fish from slipping off A heavy picco of wire is attached to the other enl and sharpened so that it may bo passed through the tower jaw from the outsidound ont of tho mouth Tbo advantages of this mptbod ore apparent The fishs breathing apparatus is not in jured and it lives for a long while palatablojor since it may bo boiled at the ontl thoroughlyIWhich IUd They DoT ITbo hostess hunted up Ibo most anxiouslyjEverybody is sitting as muto as a statue Nobody is talking to apy body else What do you suggest bo asked in reply Shall wo get some ono to play the piano ce shall we start a few games of whist rDetroit Froo Press A Pnlnleti Method Mrs Crimsonbeak ere tho minister renounces a sermon to pugilists Mr Crimscubeak Yes I guess hell put eci to filegp withctkt gloves Yonkers Statesman Dad Practice HobBs your little bey is getting horribly rough Yes Imttop bis going around with his mqther oil bargain days It ChicagO Record i LOSS OF VOICE After Acute Bronchlto CUBES EY TJSIHa AYERS Cherry Pectoral A PREACHERS EXPERIENCE It Three months ego I took a vie lent cold which resulted in an attack of acute bronchitis I put mysilf under medical ircalmciit and at tho end of tyo months wag no rbclUr I found it very dillicult to preach rand concluded to try Ayers Cherry Pectoral The first bottle gave mo great relief the second which I am now taking has relieved mo almost cntirelyof all unpleasant symptoms nnd I feel sure that one or two bQt ties more will effect a permanent suffcrinRftomthroat Cherry Pectoral EM 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