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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1V 4 4J I j4r1c I f H T1T T Ti r nlY THE NEWSJL Fil l I f pl Wii8kCd for the price of mv EADRR t r t Ti- I rptJ New Series Vol III SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 17 1896 No 31j I POWDER Absolutely PuIOCI VA ream of tartar baking powder lliirliptl of alt In Itavenlmr KtrrtiKth ijiirwt United States iovtriinictiL Food 41trt wrAi UAKIXO Powupit Co Nov York Wai or Husies Notltvs ceutu per VIki tfir the Urst Insertion and 5 cents for iuhilulJItu nt tuScrtlou VIz on cnndiJrtes and political matter Ja ttir line J TbtVWtirlc k done at low rte bpt cash yf tuuit lie paid on delivery of goods VA4vtI ug 01trZt3 tn de on liberalt t7DiVIt OblUiariea and mmlutOQS of respect 3 pur iDVAXXOrSIKVIcyTS Ioiiiuy MagletratV f 250 County Officers 5W r pterfrtVomccV 1000 iiVVCHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIS7 CHURCH VRei tt P Jacobs rn tor Services every JSundhj at It iu m and flJ Sunday EehooIVat 6 3 lrave N ID ed ks noetic njgltat7a0pm iL METHODJFT CHURCH Rev J L ilurrvl Paitor Srrjc3 nn VI3VFfrdt Dod Third Sundajj in each mouth 1am aidVpV = P1tESUYTER1AMC1lJRCl i ilcv USaunder Jtor Sei vices every 6unlfsj atU m am 8pm FrytrUi if every Thursday nightV t CATiniMC CHURCH VTjeeppteIlneyvutQr Swvicei every jcdday at 3 and oclock am Services 1tSt Rose amo lT r47TE7L ORDERS HABOSIC Tx nnE Sptingflcld lodge Ko 50 WvvU oeooudVj1y each mintli- WAshlnpUjn B 0 Chapter Nc 27 meet ev ry third Tue Jav rHnKfio4 Council Uo 52 meets every fourlY Monday Kso3T or Hosoi Meets evepy second unit fourth Monday In each mouth KXIOUTS MiCABEps Meets every ViratWnesdaroccftcbmOfltii COUNTY DIRECTORY olflouiT COURT Circuit Court brplrs on tho fourth Moo day Tobniary May end October ifHC B Patterson Judge W B Sweeney Cnrnnjonw alth Attorney jjFH Campbell ClerkVT W SltnmJ Master ComniUsinner OOAflT HLV OOUHT Quarterly Court Is held on the third Mo n t 4a71n January AprU July and October 1J k W Thompson County Court meets on the fourth Mon iy lu each montJV i t Jick W ThowpsonVI W F Hooker VoUhty Clerk JHThurraan County Attorney J It Smith Tai8erVJ T Craycroft Bberjfl iViViLt ThnnaD U B PoWell DeputiesV I Kasten IVJaroea P Moore county Surveyor J Vfl 3barp1Azseaor UANooVcputW Treasure PRIMOFICLD 8IReTa A J T C Kpe PoUcejudgeVGracey Marshal VWOReed WU Attorney IIUeTlaOOURT nuary April 1 u jy iind Oct4betV Irrifaland DepwtsTfl of Trams tl4 41J 43 421 J 9 1Hi rvSPnngfleldLT AllpI80 gsrsl2i3 1VallerIILlL 5I 130 2J l20ZBookerti 47 147- e i 1154UroakosV1 lli8- nll 37Voodlawn603 2 13 6 5ti 2 EirIvTimos0 J212 6 Il1 IV iardskwiiii b 23 2 55 6 3110 in Nazareth 6 3 08 J 1030 StmUO11L 641 34 JVQl1O fletvUIe 6453I0 4V t 10 tOCanfl8criag 6 63W 05 I Vb 01 10 0011q13115 4 M f 5 01 952ClearmontV 7 j4 80 4VA y 42 MB r lHtowi JCK 7 10 00 j J Hhepberdsville 7 20 4 31 j Unbars 7 27 f 27Soutlt Park7 30 4 Ifl 8 30 South LollUvine 750365 4 ftj 8 15 LV LoulsilltPAr 10 MJV g05J6 The VnlelItYankee AYanUic Ian handy ran tone baijjier than bV intirvirr theres to de or planV Jlell lo It bndome27VApple paring cpttlnp drrlnc Pumpkin eroKfpK douehnnt frInVjPiprry bounce and elder making Pork and beans and mince pit baking Cockwtioat cake and flapjactr tr ilngi Gutter making milkina thurnIi1V Codlbb drying mackerel catching MouUing rufulndpB patcbilig BoWorlnp tlnkcrtnc hlntflo spllttinj Wood clock WkIuZ Jackknlfe wblttlmj TopcU alum spoon and wood bowl tnrninj Unman natpto olwoya learning Planning tcbcnuns UJfglng grndtngV Dlckeriuc Jotkfjrlnu and horse trading Ciphering calculating wowing Cutely Rnesninj vomnitng vcwlntj Tcaohtog dancing tinting fiddling Bil inrentiog trading peddling A Yankee hL handy manVYou cannot lull to 5ee planIrNew Yor- kSnnGOSSIP QUARTERS Tho Ia1ie COZY the Charity and LiterarJ club have fitted out verycozy quartrs in rooms over 3V 0 McChords x ffice wherp f the so cial and literary features of the club may ba advanced and where gigantic schemes in the cause of charity may be propagated Contributions of furnishings tor the rooms have been sent in by a number of Louisville stores be sides Donations from local busi ness houses and individuals untl the quarters are quite picely furnishsd The library Which was star cdsome time ago has been growing steadily until it contains a goodly number though miscellaneous assortment of yol umns All of the leading ness oaper and periodical publishers have been as fed t contribute ibeir ioQrhals to the reading rooms1 and have respoLded liber ally The Oharity Club will give another entertainment next Friday evening It i1lbe a garden party and will be given at thu home of Mr Aa McKroy k VVV JustrO1tTuArEor uuw in mthav nguijou h reach ers to nil a nee tvj ol ttilargest dTngregations being wiih out pastors and wih apparently little immediate prospect of get ting any I dont know- that it is anybodys fault in particular butit dues seem that if a big effort was made in the right diV rection that a pastor could be found willing to accept the charge of ole of these large congrega lions so much in need of a leader By the way it does not appear that the preachings ot the Rev Gales against that so called demoralizing society evil progressive euchre has had much effect for they do say that the evangelist had scarcely left the county nor had the echoes of his eloquent words denouncing tho fascinating game fairly died away until the euqhre parties were renewed with all ho old time enthusiasm SCHOOL Although there Gun huuu an unfortunate de i4vVt securing principal for the High School here the patr lens of that institution nay rest fiSt ured that tvgood man will be engaged The trustees have under consiuutatlou two appligl cants bath of wbora are nigniyj lecommeiided and one of them will be engaged agd will perhaps be here to take charge of the school next week It is unfor tunate that a combination of cir cumstances has occurred to make this delay in baring a principal on the ground but there iis yet time lor a good man to build up an attendance In the meantime Miss Mug Thompson as associate has opened the school and there is already a fairly good VattenIf you cant rout tins Ktt comeono vhnao oywtarb good tu rendIt for you and if ydUr eyes aro curalilo 25c is oiiongh money Dos and girls uf any ago men and women likewise Goojdj old Grannv Mctcalfo Is nearly 83 and hliosays supplomcntarv to her lirniso ofj Dr Boll 1lho Tar Honey that she can sco much bettor after using Siithcrhindu Eagle ijye Salvo Tor sMo by liay don Robertson t Dont think ours Bro incurable be cause tho doctors iaileil If they had known of Suthorlapds gloJKyofaalvo us they do now they would have cured VY0VVVtVVVjV- CORRESPONDENCEWLLSBURG From Our Iwgular Cbrrespond ntJ B F Dragoo and T J Miller returned from LouisvilleV IJj Miss Maude Chvathnm who h88J been visiting MIss Lula Colvin of your town has returned homeV Mia WV Grave Lebanon was visiting her sister MM Will Lowe of thisplhoe Miss Hester D Ross visting j Mrs ID FinneyVMesdames Percy and Ewell nave rcturnd from Taylor8illiV MrqJ hewitt and daughter- sLouslla are visiting in Louisville KMissfrom 1iwrcnceburgfHey Yuncey preached at the Chrifltian church at this placet t Sunday One of largcet crowds that ever Hssemblcd in Wasnington county attenled the Baptist Association at Rockbridge near this place Tuesday and Wetiucsday it was conducted f by som of the pJoiqment preachers in the state Watsr was scarce but haiLan abundance tOCQt Fully 2000 people were present represent jjug many places Vjfl central lyIMost all ei joyed themselves who tparticipated in the management of tthe association Tnte mneting wis l disturbed several times by fights anti several wcrcurreste4 and were ttxied before qure Scruggs last iSaturday Some acquuted and some fluetVThe tobacco CIOpVof this section is very flap but the agents think tthat it iu bout half ciop it if hoped by the fuomers ct this section that the tObaCCO growers will meet in convention and try to rcducu the emits Stir next year June a larg crowd left this placeI Muniiay fur Louisville to hear Bryan speak We are for Free Silver The W O MmdutB FriUy iiighta All members are requested to LI l1rceIutVJ Speed Smith L dc No 298 will meet Saturday night fur work in the F eUJitl M M degrees Sister LOtlgs are fraternally invited J B 3cayV Prdd E D li irton Secy On last Thursday over 200 passed Through this place aid stopped at the B ihanuon llungatc and Jary toll gated on the WiUtaburg and and Sharpsville anti Wilisburg and Chaplin turnpikes and demanded at each toll gate house ua ax to cut the gate down The gate keepers were ordered nflt to collect any more toll or put up any more gates We ate not like our sister tun sayiiig the north did it The ma jorjty of the people over the county demand that we shall have free tururikes Ttioo people who wrrc implicated do not propose to take anythingIb bloodshed or ruin We the people of the northern part of Washington county are living in a civilized community We are the same as others nail of the same origin m language I1IstiI tntions anti laws a people professing Christianity each admiring the sme God through the same rcIdeeraer If the people demand that we shall have free road why not have hem Is it that the people do lUStICounty Tho people have come together anti have resolved beyond all hazards to be recognized in the ruling of Washington county WoI the the northern people of tlliI county belong to a few individuals who showed that wo participate in afluirs that arc beneficial to us It is the first time in the history ct Washington county that the counlI seat has to bo guarded against a tdy of werL It JS reported over this section that tho guards will snoot into any largo botly ofmonthut uasses through SpringfieltlilftorVdurkiuro As n remedy for nil forms of Headache Electric Bittern has proved to bo tho vcrC best It oflocts apormanct euro beuJlnchClSall who are alllictcd to procure a bottle 1111casesBitters cures by giving tho needed tone to t bowels and few gases lung resist tho use or this inecJchio Try ltonccl 50 c and 8100 PC1jt04V8t Iliiydon nij rt u ltjp ug tarof MCINTIREV h From Out Regular Correspondent MrSEdir Please alloW me to once more to jot down a few itemsf of tho surrounding neighborhoods I We are haiiinp very dry weather giving the farmers good opportuu nies for cutting corn The cutting down of tho tollgatco i caused quite a sensational joy among qqr citizens of this vicinity each 2 and every ono cave the crew who did credit for it because it was not justice that we should pay toll on such a pike as the St Rose pnclE Lorefto turnpikes anti several others irountiVMr Marshal Smith soul to Andcr on parncoone boilerV1tCO ut knowntMrs Susie Warren is visiting the family ofr Mr Ed Kidwell Not mfinyof our citizens attended the show in Lebanon Monday tmasta as most every one wvent to Louisville to hear Mr Bryan speak Miss Katie Shnnnahan enter tained quite a number of her lady friends Monday last Mr Leo WiHett and family were a the gucss of BB Waters last SUtVt urdny VVSeveralofou citizens attended the ico ennui supper at Mrs J 13t Johnsons of bt Marys Intiveek As Mrs Johusnn is a charming hostess nothing more could be cxI pec ted than everyone should have a nice timeIMr W mDlan1ordof Louisville is visiting fnend anl relatives ofI the surrounding noighborhood Miss Etta Hill has returned home after a pleaant visit to her sister Mrs J B Johnson of StMnryaV M John Higdon arid Miss Mumie iranwell were married bj Rev Father Btiukman lit IMincoc iMonday lust After the ceremony the happy couple returned to the brides homo whcra sumptuous dinner was awaiting them Mr T D MeOullom gave a very enjoy able dance in hrnor of the brHlcI and groom Quite a number of their friends attcfided and all par took of the dance until quite a lute hour and all parted hopii gto LeI called to another tveddin quite soon Ihey have our cangratula tiIlUS Success to your paper VEVILIYE The Disrovciy Saved His Life Mr O Catllotittn Uru gM Ilcavors vlllp HI nay fu Dr Kings Now- Dlsctovury I owe my life Wan taken with La Irippo and tried all the phyvi clatiH for inilis about but of no avail anti was Ivpu up and told I iiiihl not live llavin fi KIngsNow OJIC vfry in may store Icnt fur a lioltlnaiul liopin Its into tujid nun Iho fir t dose began to got luittor uiul aftor iiHinp tlirco bottles was np and nlHint again It H worth IU weight in gold Wo wont kocj sloro Sir hoiiNe uiihnnt It iota fren trial ut Iliivdon HnlxTtHonV Dru Store WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock scc1Of grain wanted or for ale or exchange inserted iu this col urnn Plum or Farmnrs aro re quested to scud in stock or crop itiins for publication Qco D Parrptt this county lias for sale 300 bufihols of old wheat for Hood t tJHalf faro on all railroads to Kern tucks great ton day trotting mooting at Lexington October 6th to lGt- htt t The Kentucky State Poultry Association huts boon organized with Rob ort lIsle President Howard Hazelltt VicoPresidont J B Mount Secre tary aid J L Ormsby Treasurer J t J Over 150 horses with records from 201 12 to 210 will start at tho annual trotting meeting nt grontI which pommencea October Oth n611mimyJohn Burns in Washington near the line of this county is said to have the best crop of tobacco to bo eeou anywhere Dy hard work the wOrms were kept from itj in quality it is very fine and will average J800 pounds to tho acre Mr Daviess county tobacco raiser and rccont1y movodto Wash- Ington county VVVffTaylor Sweeney a W aa h in g t o n couuty man is here displaying the model aninvcntidn he has patented It is an automatic wagon brake that works on either the front or bind wheels or both If desired The move meet of theteim in going down bill when the tongue is elevated works the brake to potfectionV f t Admirers of Robert J201 155 thoii tea harness horse in the world will eo him for the last time as a race horse at the Lexington trots next month Tho Hamlins have sold the champion to Mr Tewksberry tho rich New York road driver and will de liver him after the Lexington meeting when he will act as mate to Mascot 04 Thousands Will be at Lexington to cheer the great pacer if he succeeds in aefeatmg that mighty field against him Joe Patchen 203 John R 203 i4 Frank Agan 203 34 GentrY11 stein 205 and maybe Star Pointer 204 14VFrjm all accounts Chambcrlnlnrf Cough Itomcdy is a Jodsond to the af llirfcd There isim lulvcrtisotnent about wo feol Just like saying ltrio Domoumt Carroll n Kv Mr Win Skilman las had soro eyes fut years Ho has tried many doctors rciuodits and has always lathed to got roliuf until wo sold him a tube of IIcllredII Iino Tar Honey sells well and cures quickly Rojiticctfully f MBYKII A Co Hums Kj Sutherland iaglc Eye sill vo hIKdou3turoat deal morn for mo told by pen W II HKILLMAN Buras Ky An oyo for an eye iid tooth for a tooib Is tho old Mosaic doctrine hutI doctors of toclny savo the eyesight by applying authitlaiids F11OVyo Salve It euros all forms anti you ca buy tubeany whoro f ir for 25c lI An eye sore a oro c e or two nuts beciired by tbo tlsoorSlltber1andRI llajlq Eye Salro25c a tube at nil deal l ors For salo by llaydnn o jcrtson lJrlllrisI Two blacksmiths are employed at thin Clovcrdell farm and they arc kept lbusy ae Mr Moore has about 00 horses being shod on his farm James Green of Wilmington Del who drove Saladiu by Sultan to his rcc ord of 205 is handling some very fait green ones Wilmington schoolIt Coll house in Middletown N Y Duster 2lo has returned from the Indianapolis wreck in a very dilapidated condition He will ut t bp able to paco again season and it may be that he never will COMMON SpiCES Cincamou is the inner bark of a tree of the laurel family Cardamom seeds of excellent quality are gitnvu in Germany The ordinary red pepper has long been used as a medicine The leaves and even the bark of the nutmeg tree are said to have the fra grance of the seed The unite seed plant grows jpontano ously in most of The countries around the MediterraneanV Cinnamon was brought to Greece and Rome before tho time of Christ by Arabian merchantsVThe difference between black and whilEs ginger is in the retention or moval of the dark colored epidermis Two kinds are from the same root nt1nltcr1Btedgenerally Indian meal wheat flour sad pea flour are used for this purposeV In West Indies red popper is a fa nll1CtlctscarlatiuaIThe taste of pepper is an a oil it contains Its odor is of a volatile oil which easily enough escapes Pepper exposed to the air will lose most of its odor white retaining a great part of its acridity of tasteSt Louis Globe DemocratV NOVELTIES The beaded edge pattern Uln viI deuce on silverware created for the uI tnmn tradnVParkas walpkin ia a novelty intro duced in the making of cardcascs Jewel boxo5 anti other leather goodsV Numbered with new models in silverware au after dinner coffee set the pieces of which are octagonall in shape and of colonial designVA holder for handkerchiefs has ap reared It in in form of a clasp with a safety pin attachment fOr fastening to the belt Made of gold or silver this clasp is variously decorated Included among novelties for the ta bio are egg scissors of silver These clip off tho top of the matutinal ft boiled egg with neatness and dispatch 11CCilthIThe attempt to stop spitting In the Boston street carl by meant1 cards asking passengers to desist practice has tailed and now fromtbCI of health has taken up the has passed an order forbidding spitting t1finot t1 Dlklne VAeeuVthoroughly batch scheme for We defense of Achecu in Sumatra if pro posed by on honest citizen of IhlltIt 11prieesthat can be opened an case of attack floodhijj the cooutry around SfflOVAS RESCUED THIS IS THE THRILLING BUT TRUTH FUL TALE OF A BUCKET It WM No Ordinary Void Oaken lain Bound Moss Covered Docket ItCaaao Into the Play Bcc n a ltlIq Sadie jected to Being Called Beach Slow This is tho taloof a bucket Incidentally it Li a talo of darjng do of beauty in peril of bitter tears fc manful endeavor of heroic rescue of thanksgiving for dangers past It was no ordinary bucket no moss bucketIof distinction a bucket of parts a bucket of illiniitiblq hospitality and inherent beneficence Whatever its ostensible raison detre there are many who will see in this Chevalier Bayard of tuckets a manifestation of the linger of Providence many who will swear that it was fashioned by fate for the succor of a beleaguered damsel Whereof tho story ohlowothVTwufr July 23 and quite soft were the skies whence it might be inferred that Sudio Moyerfricnd was likewise Which tho moterfl as rough as tim rockH iSadie scaled on her road toward tho Bkioy MiR Mcyerfriond was froth Oakland jHer fellow tourists a dozen or so weio from San Francisco To sock to probe a womans motives may be both folly and presumption but one is hound to take cognizance of important facts Impor taut fact Ifa 1 in tho tale of a bucket is that Miss Meycrfriend overheard a young man in the party hazard the opinion that Oakland girls wero dead slow Important fact No 2 is that immediately thereafter Miss JJeycr friend hazarded the feat which mado thisIfrom thiscoujunctiop of circumstances iey had left Skaggs Springs tbeso happy tourists for a tramp through tho mountains They had just arrived at tho base of Majors rock when the ill advised San Franciscan mode his re mark about Oakland girln being dead slow Miss Meyerfriends eyes shot fire as they traveled to tho summit of the rcclr which towers skyward 100 feet like a huge monolithVLets climb to tho topMBho said darting at tho detractor of Oakland girl hood n glance which said 4dasntas plainly as words The youinrr man looked dubiously at the forbidding era but lila pride forbade him io weaken and ho responded LetVAnd the rest ct tho party echoed Lets in varying moods and tenses of reluctance The Oakland girl led the way With tho agility of a chamois and the doter mination of tho young man who hero mid snow nUll ice aV banner with the boundellltoclimb The flippant young man followed lion Tho rtf compromised by looking encoQrngcImentVSflflflUltI and bent upon her companions boncath a rather red but very triumphant face Hollowing her hands into a speaking fjacutoiHoni these fragments to reach tho earth t tholviewmloVEIY natural scat hewn by nature out ofwhy didnt Mrr enjoy tbia risho illf hooroar for Oakland Miss Mcyorfrioud had produced tho sensation she desired and at tho end of minutes she started to descend Jherj stop with ono foot gesticulating cloI qucntly over a chasm Then she tried it with tho other foot and then she climbed fbank to the top Sho dowi lio escarpment ou all sides looking foe a ncJard1troutwnntexpected to see her compromise by walk Fiunl1yrhohaciIi IIIOh Ohhh lcant gotdowu BOino of you plonhelp UteIll die of fliJbtf dont dp some biug fallItcHHalf a dozen inca sprang tp scale tho rock Lut their strrngth was not equal to the task Jlesscugcrs wero teat post baste to the hotel at Skaggs Springs but that meant delay and meanwhile Mies Meyerfricud of Oikland was wring tog her hands nud decljuiiijf that she jifjj the sumwltVRopes and ladders camei from tboj hotel and then curio tho laborious work fastcnJlugrnostgocxi By this time however Sndio Meycrfriend was in a collapse and could do nothing tQ aid in her own rescue In this cinergeicyVtho buckctarivedV I It is lootJcaJ tp tell where ihobndtSt was found or who found it Enough that it was a big backet big enough toiiiJ bcarthcf fairest freight eyee Iwrno by bucket The bucket was hoisted to the summit of Majors rock and tho rescuers exhibited it dramatically to tho terrified maiden v Lo11 they said Your salvation PraydesccadV Bho robbedVttWbnt so said theyVsjio Jmddled into it tho poor frightened little Oakland girl and cov cilgbClfn from khame and grief WIlS lowere lto the bosom of her family lI1ndfriendfJWhjlO nobody cheered louder than tho flippant young snap whoso j trouQleI tcd-that the tate of the bncketiway develop i a sequel that Sadie Meyerfricud nqrer sospectesl when she clamored up M- aJors rfVaflrranCitC0 Emini j 3ijthin cant moveII ladf1JoosOOCaptain Hill stcod ioldlny tho rncfVof the cord that boand the Invioibla LefnroMinIJthVccrd Jaced and Interlaced aitVpfcceHotrying to decide what was host tto be tJ1oneauil then suddenly Lending over ho lifted tbtf thing Jn jbig artna 4Vdropped it vitho Resturq of disgust enVtho cof There was a duU sound of heavy body alighting on Jho not oveVsoft couch and tho strong fruneWorVcreakedaud trembled deep Iniprcs aba marked itself distlncflyon the coycV ringsVWe reinainedsilent for souse tfiu- eisugto the low irregular breath ings of tbo creature on tlte u4 watching tIle rustle of tbo blankets as itV impatiently struggled to free ifsplf fcpnfincmenU Thou HhllepokoVFrank this it awfulVVies awfulVBut not nnaccounthbhtVNot nuacconutable r Wjiat rfo 3dtiVV mean Snch a thing has never bcforo i occurred since tho creation cf mari Gotl granphat nm not mad and VOtVVVV fia not an insanq fantacyiVLet us reason a little Frank HereV is a solid body which wo touch butt wo cannot itee The unusual thatVit lrikcSF5witlj tterror Id there no i1 parrillo though for such p phenome non Tako a piece of pure glass It ib tangible and transparent A certaiii preventitstheoretIcallyimpossiblej which shall ijot reflect a single ray 6v geneonifInwill pass through jt as they do through WrjdoThats all very well captain butrthese are JnanTmato substances Glow does not breathe air does not breathe a This thing has a heart that palpitates J Tip that moves iit4Ungs that play and nspironnd respire You forget the phenomena which wo have often heard of late n an swered tho captain gravely At tho meetings called spirit circles invisible hands have been thrust into tho hands of those persons around the table warm fleshly hands that scorned to pulsatp with mortal life Whatl Do you thiiik then that this thing IsVIdpatknowwhafr It is Was the solemn reply Ibut please tho gods 1 will with your assistance thoronghlVInvestigate it Tho next morning tho captain andXt racked pur brains toV discover some Itmeans by which we might tctlOmo nppoarIcould m JroputbfPMsirlgour hands outJineIa round smooth head without hair a nosoj which however vas but littlo elevated above the checks a mouth and and feet liko thc e of a boy Ihonds happy thought struck ma Wa fakq a plkstur okPllris cast of il This would give us tho eolid figHraao4 VTAiIourzwisIosVIDut how to do it Tho movcmonts of 1tho crcaturo Tscnld diitnrb tho setting Iof the plastic covering and distort the mold Another thoughtVVVWhy Rot pivb it chlororform The thing had rcspiratrajr organs That vfta evident by its breath iiig Once reduced to a state of iHsenri bility Vwould dowith it 81twb wpald This y as np sooner thought of thau it was agreed ttp and tho guide dls patched to the village lox bhloroforni and the nccPEsary materials fot taking a plaster cast and with strict injunctions to waste no time iu going or roturuinxr I At noon of tho fourth day ho retHrned with the materials ordered jivc miur sites thereafter wq wcic enabled to re move the fetters from tho creatures body and the captain was busily gaged in covering the iuvieiblo forta with the moist cI YJu IB minuterV xoorb wo had a mold and beforeovmIngV a rough facsimile of the mystery fl was Iiaped like a manrdistoriedv mt1JI V iinjheightand iits limbs revealed a muscular development that wdn without a parallel Its faco surpassed in hideons ness anything I hind over Seen It wasi tho physiognomy of wluitjL should fancy rIS gbpul might be It looked as if it waai capable of feeding on Banian flesh Having satisfied our curiosity It bo came n question what was to vith cur enigma It was that wo Hhcald take sucha us our return to civilization bodOOIwcro exceedingly reluctant Jo nn awful being loose on tbo It was finally decided tint wo carryit some distaiico down the mouu tabs to a small lake and there drown it But into willed otherwise Wp had itchV covcreda quarter of tint distance to the lake whet by some meant the cords came loosened and before wo could d anything to prevent it the thing was gonp wo know uot where its leave tat 1 inS accompanied by a bound mockiac laugh issuing to all appearance irons tho empty air fWo hurried away from tthe cpoia dowuHhe mouutaia as juSt as oar jwsle vIt could entry us and another week saw ti5 on board a steamer vshoea de tiBfy tion waNow York Forbears wo kept a close Wckv wit r r thVOeth Amorieaa now au4 far af Wocouldknsthe1sorriblafreakote fiturow JPC1K6AtB plastcr I Mill bavoiu laijredtJectioa of curiosweVpaver ngalHe coaatercd by nay one JtSince tuii I iave t visited ths nort wcs twPixtiBotonr sisttrcoe npufj for I buvQu desire for wrcpol tion of t atawful ccanrrcuca attb frniiiwl mouiiatery OBilpVuit Cayaiai WM Erolmtuu pt t t w q t j lI KI = = = w r L- tHE NEWSLEADEft wi il t2 i y + r THE frWSLEADER THURSDAY spr1718g6 tEL DAVISOINkdR THINGS are in a prettyTotieBs tin the D mocrattc side in this Cqpgres8pnal district as a result 6fthe Jongjcontest for tht nomi n ti 1atElownDevE Smith was piBciallv declared the noml iWjthen the convention broke i ptut Murray and his friendsf t i lt1Phat Murray w sI1ominart 3 fairly and propose to bolt fhV convention This week at meeting of the two contending j tactions was held in LouIsvilleI font they filed to ftgrea on arty IJ compromise and the friends fJ1 vboibmea are claiming the rionV- rlaatiofr with a prospect of both making the race against John W lIoo L wisf which will practically Insure the latters election 0 IWM J BRYAN delivered three speeches inLouisvillo Monday j and was given an ovation andI when he left Louisville fora trip through the famous Bluegrass regions of Kentucky it was after vpneotthQ greatest political iathii cririgs which the candidate has addressed in the present cam J v jaign Louisville people them selves were surprised at tfce crowds and the enthusiasm of the demonstration The news paper men who have been fol 4 flowing Bryan and who are sup posed Ho be fair judges of the audieuces the candidate has ad e dessedsaid that SOjOOO people hard Bryans speeches in they metropolis of Kentucky WASHINGTON county has gained a notoriety not to he- C5V 1 coveted oa account of the recent 1oilgate troublesr The cityi rdaUies have made a great sensa Yum of it and bur county has f been given a bad advertisement WHY MAN IS WEARY J tWo Zi a Typical Talo of Domectlo Woe Md Sorrotr A good many hundreds and even busbandIcan bear sorrowful testimony to the fact that this is tho sort of cutechism tho wives of their bosoms subject them to every time they put on their lats to go fktit in XhocTeuing Whoro afa you going uQJlmgoipg out for a fovr inin tes ci Wbero Ob nowhero in particular i i VWhat forl Ob nothing Why do you go the- nW11I want tog i thata vibyYl Poyon have to go vvii i I I dont know thut I do It WJiyiloyoagpt then JrSJBecansoWell simply becauso Going to bo gone Jong =M2fa It NitHow long Idontrknow wlthyouNo Vitaetrango thatyou cant bo minnteaIEfoiit bogoho longwill you Non Vco that you dont It iJhia is ouo reacpn why eo many mar liages nro a dead flat fizzlo and failure Buffalo Timo Calauaitocs Ono day a Dutchnian In his shirt f rtccvea was shaving himself before tho gloss His Laud trembled that he cupff tip fhlsnoseThe pain caused him to drop his razor which fell otiIiis foot nndcut off a portion of his bigltoe Ho promptly picked up tho tcb fragments applied them still warm to tlia open Eorcs antI bound them up A fortnight later oil removing the band ages he discovered to his borror that putthoTofea Nqjv when ho wants toscratch hiski The cra of the French republic u or thef Jrrcnch tcvolationuyerd nr bcgHn Sept 2j 1102 and ended Dca 8Lt80nI l Any person may take out a pAtent for an invention or discovery He Meant Well Tim stcryo tho Irishman who wroto his friou4 sayhig eIograh mo it 5pn dont set this lett rHwas equaled in u local bmsineea house One of tho efficc mcncamo down and found that Ii1mo had loft his keys behind He sent to hIv1fe for Hit m tnd the nicsnmgex tonfudlcd With tho information that Thc keys were not thcro Al this jjanctaro George a fellow clerk EBldVhy I foetid your kej fWhcra aro they BaiAtho f dark 1lrstl VIlhavetbem in my pocket CreorRb I pushed a note through81ldl f Blit of yoor 4csh telling yoa that Iliad L c theio a Well ollldiotu said the first UowifrRsI to get the ngtc whenthe- sfcW4 tt kcdNcw Orleans 8 j jtc l M1ERA1D J i A Half Dozen More Toll- Gates IRaIdersII The toll gate raiders hayemado two moro midnight excursions since our last issue ami have cleared the roads of about half a dozen more toll gates an5 to all appearances are taking a rest On Thursday night last thre- egakson the Willisburg road iouSlYIestimaled niy five ncen and the poles cutaway Oa Friday night a smaller crowd raided tfo more gates North of town The gatekeepers were in each ihstance warned nOt ttf attempt to cullept any more toll but no violence WaS offered anyone All ot Ibst week the fow was patrolled by an armed guard and had any attempt been made toI molest the place as myblerious threats had lad some to believe those attempting iijj would cer- tainlY have met with warm re ception The guard was taken off however Saturday night and excitement over the affair has abated There still remains about one half of the toll gates in the county which have not been molested and it isv to be hoped thabler the sake of dec encyand order that tho name of our county will be disgraced no more by any further depreda- tionsCASTORA For Infants ftnd Children iP- 2I lcl m Ono advantage of taking Ayers Sarsa parilli to purify tho blood la that you ncob riot 1nlrhiio upon your hours of thor uorjlehy yonrselfan food that gr8Ylthyou In n word yon aro not compelled to starve orIon while taking it Tlicoo aro rcttiinrucnuatlonH worth considering JBeforq going on a seavoyago or Into the country bo aura and put n x of Ayers Fills in your valise Yon ni ay bane thq occasion to thank ua for is hint To rolioye constipation blllious nec1 and nausea Ayer pills are thc best in tho vorlU They fttu so easyto tko When tho hair has fallen out leaving thPliond bald if the scalp Is not shiny thoroJs a chance of regalnlngthe hair by usius llnlld hair Ronewer A La Pluctiney ililliong for do fence but not a cent for tribute New York Eveuiuc World They Never Jlet Acan Yes Bald the tourist on Lookout mountain to the stranger who was surveying the accllCrrun great battle was fought on tho spot where we stand Indeed yes sir The Federal and Confeder ate troops had a terrific engagement here and at one time during the action the entire mountain was in a blaze IndcEdlIFeet sir The bauksof tho river be low there were lined with tho dead rnd wounded end the trees were shattered and stripped by the shells II Awful You may won say so By the bye where were you at that tine 1 was in tho battle that you wero Epcakiu of replied the stranger reneiyOMcago TimesHerald L L D ia a now ouo in the 310 list He won the Eccoud heat in his raceIJ st Othunwa Iu recently tald g a record of 200 Tlie Cnnckrlan Crown yalbcarldrcss iionomadoforII at the time of his coronation moro tthat 800 years ago It ISof pure sold andl weighs 0 marts and 6 ounces about 14 pounds avoirdupois It Is adorned with i3 eapphircs rubles emeraldl null 838 pearls but no diamonds it bo fog a notion of tho royal Stephen that diamonds wcro unlucky School Committee Womcu Tha JCcuECbojB Journal of Augusta sohoqlIsaid that there are over 60 wcmcu lag outho school hearth but yo have yet to liear that ono of them isremies hmhcrofllciatdutIvs4 ISTOLEHA SPEECH Aa Jniiuloir Incident or tire Preeldentlnl Campatgt of 1870 Back inthb campaign of 1870 1 was OliverIpanic funny DCas Senator JUortou would usually tulk for nn houra dull turgid heavy diecus isbn of the financial problem folVowed by nil attack upon thoDomocratfl of tho south for their inhuman treatment of the negro ByTRo time ho had finished the audience would bo soaked with wise advice and valuable iufonpation but every spark of cnthnsiaain would be quenched Then GeorgoShdridanwouM- take the platform and wako them tip Jcr an hour they would roar With laughter or sit with thoir mouths opdi fnsoiuatcd by his flights of fancy Iti Wits a rare combindtion One night after vro hnd been out fcr a couple of weeks I think at Fort Wayne Sheridan said Senator I wish you WarldictmQ speak first tonight I want to go put into the country with sonic friends u A11 right replied Scnrvtor Morton cho2rfally You nrrango it with the chairman of the meeting But when Sheridan took tho plutforrii and began to deliver Morton s epeecB word for word as the latter had deliver ed it every night for a fortnight tbo senator became very uneasy Ho pave nil Mortons arguments against thv infla tion of tho currency anti in favor of the rcamnptioa of Ei ccie payments ho cited all tho statements conccniicg the outrages in tho south ho repeated all of tho personal reminiscences of his exper iences as governor of Indiana during the war vrbicb tim senator was accus tomed to work in until the latter was almost paralyzed with chagrin arid amazement and flnnHy when horcach roD point in the discussion the fthan eial problem where Morton was accus jOined tocomparo n Pom lIan sold row with a United States greenback ho turned to tho astonished victim of this practical jcko and said in on undertow Lets haVo that coin The senator hnn edit over without a murmur and when Sheridan hrd recited tho eloquent pcioration which ho always used at tim closp of his speech and had takcu his seat Senator Morton hobbled over to the desk on his o caries and said I am the victim of a practical joke Realizing tho gravity of tho issues fore the America u people I came into this campnign with a carefully prcpjirod speech which I have delivered in Mr Sheridans hearing so often tliat IM has committed it to memory and ho has delivered Iti hero tonight much bettor than I could have delivered it Ho alao isln the habit of making the same Epccch and I have heard it many time but I lack his memory and could not repeat it to save my life I will thoro fore appeal tto him notlo punish you rie ho has punished but to giro us some of Ma storieo Then tho groat statesman sot dowfc thorouoWy knocked cut bbcridan Joe cpoudcd aud spokohalf an hour longer with his joke as bis test cud after thut if any ono suggested life ipoaking first Senator Morton would tell this story Chicago Record THE SACRED LOTUS There Are Pretty Leffonda of and Stcry Al oot Its Fruit Ccnocruing rich fruit of the lotus which grow luxuriantly in tbo Nile many charming legends have ben told It was believed that it vasco4iightiul that thcao who tito of it would never leave thospct where it Stew but for it would abandon homo and friends to spend their lives in a dream of ecrcuo delight Homer in the Odyssey men tions the lotus caters whq lived on the northern coast of Africa arid records their attempts to detain the followers of Uiyescs by giving them tho fruits of the lotus to cut eo that they should never wish to leave the spot vrhtxQTt grew Thq same poetical Idea is known to the Arabs who call it tho fruitof dcu tiny which is to bo cntcu in paradise audit ia on this foundation that Tennyson built his charming poem of the Lotus Haters This mythical lotua has bcQn Identified by eovrril botanists with that indigenous to Tunis which n thorny fihrub with berries oi the an cU MUDgO Pork found a species cf lotus in Central America bearing berries of a delicious taste which on being dried and pounded rondo very wholesome and pleasant bread The lotus fruit found in Tunis has a stimulating al most intoxicating effect cud it ia there fore probable that this plant furnished tho foundation of the anciont legends Tho sacred lotus of tho Egyptians was afinc aquatic plant dedicated to Osiris and isis arid regarded in Egyptian de lineations as qgnifying tho creation of the world Distinct from this lotua was that known as tho blue lotus of the Nile neon sawed plant Both thcio species of lotus occur frHjnCutly as re ligious symbols and decorations in the temples TPnblio Opinion QUler Enctlsh There is a signboard above tho gato way of tho Eyo infirmary Kt vcastlo upQiiTyne which tells us thut when this Bate in clcced urgent cases and no cid nts must ring tho front doorbelL About tire middle of this century a no tico appeared on the Tyuemouth sands to the effect we quote from incmoty arc cautioned agninet kotbinij 1Visitors yards sf this spot several liaving been drowned hero cently by order of tho authorities Notes and Queries Circles around the moon are some tIlDes largo and Eonietimcs small bo they are formed at ditfcren heights in the air The nickel cent was authorized Feb 81 1857 cud its coinogo was begun tboarnoycan Inoontcenltpd youhenriHeI had a custamcrfrom tho west who detained mo talking Tjusiuess ho had fallen rtfileep eho applied 1WbCIl ray to his bahl sPQttlThree and a pair of fours and a dou ble jack pot she oiclaimod- Qbinkly investigating tho contents of his pockets sho resumed her place on the bgd with the remark JUSt asvl expected the other man must havo1 hold that hand but waf- tunti qrui VtJl Personal FnKEG4paRO medical rtferoif fo book to any pctfoti alJktcd buoy pcoJrl hroiiio Or dohcat dGcsisa peetiliar to their sex Atfaat olnbinrjdiysI- eIansnut i jmrcconSt of the Uh Uod Jtntos Dr HatJiawayA Co70JJearlorn street Chlcntn y goldSntbrolautJs FOR SALE As tbo aurvivmg partner of the firm of M rki Bros I ani offering at private sale one firstclass 20 Three Power Circular Saw Mill and logging outfit one pair big mule etc Also house and llot in the town of Springfield For particu lars call on me ut Marks Greene Lumber Yarilor atUrcss me at Springfield Ky W K MARKS LEXINGTON October 6 to 16 KENTUCKY T II BASB OGIATION THE Worlds Greatest Trotting Meeting 75OOOSTAKES PURSES dayTheIstdnyUrratdnyTbedayThe4tfidajTherlhdnyThednyTheilhyGreatTho Johnatcn 2UC010th diiv At Least 3 Great Races Dally THE CELEBRATED BdistefltEaltenjiiiig Band 5 Great Soloists 85 1urfoiiucr Half Fare on All Railroads 1roffrainiuc on Application If C McDO VKLL El TirrON 1rct tCI FARM FOR SALE My farm of 115 icm on th Springfield road six miles ron town adJMHiin Grofrory Bro on one side arid Judge Lit cy oi the other Good frame dwelling largo bare lartyi cisttrn anti good well at house and all other necessary outbuildings Quarter of a milt to good school and church For further information call on Hugh M Noe on promise MARYE NUE FOR RENT My farm situated six miles East of S1ningtield on tin Spriijfideld and Mackyille turn pike containig about 160 acres 30 acres to go in corn 80 acres for wheat or oats and the bl jinco in gras A good dwelling and all necessary outbuildings MKS BALLIE FENWlCK Fecwick Ky iicUJi s Arnica 8ave Tho best ftalvchi tho word mortftts Ur Sores nliieV Ulccan jftutlUio l bnndflIitud positivoly euros Wlcw or iw jrav rcquirol It in tiunmlccHl to give per foct CHtiHfnctinh IIimonoy rofuiuloil il leo 25 conta jicr at II ivdon it Jul- cttaond Drug Stoie Mlstftkes About lJullrt 1Ueasc Tha changes which 50 to maim np goIOUknown to the victim anti in not a few cases death ooours inddouly from such liavingjthere aro persons wljo think they have heart disease when tho construction of that organ is perfectly healthy They complain of bud feelings in the cardiac regions palpitation irregular breath lug etc noel fudi symptoms woald naturally suggest diccnso In those cases j fhe troublo is purely nervous in char cOJtro11thederaiiped and very generally this do rangeincnt Is tine result of dyspeptic trouble Those who exhibit the signs described should turn their attention to the stomach and try and ovnrcoaio then by careful altcnticu to diet Tho quan tHy of food taken should be no greater than health and strength demand and only substances easily digestible should be eaten In people even with fairly strong digestive powers tea and coffee canso palpitation fthe heart hence their use is forbidden Tobacco also gives rise to the santo symptom Of course this habit and all others which shouldIthe heart is purely functional the rem edy lies with tIre victim and by wise restraint u cnrpis generally effected In fnotrncdical treatment is rarejy needed except itba to tonupthOsystcnm4 lft if L jCR rA 100If yqu pay now you care yoii County Pape- rthLEmD NEWS ER I PCJR ONE YEAR- New lanageieni- Kew I l Features Jew Dress Newsy r P lirrtlr Original I I Independent j And an Indespensible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County win be proud FOR 10 5OWo win sentl you the NEW LRADKK nnd tire Weekly Courier Journal for one year NEwsLLAiEa and wek1y Commercial for 5115 fr NEWSLEADEU anti Cincionati Enquirer for 51 S5 TwiceaWcck NEWS LEADER Dna CirdintintiS ette for 8165 Cull for rates on Other paperannd magazines Como in and soo us ori send in ypnr money to 2 E 1DAVISUMJREditor j c C Je r MEiLROY j Q8HtTtT lii IFOll f2r iHADWAE5LZ TiNWAR J STOVES Tr 1ft1c uZt 0 I Ta j 8EEOUR NEW LIIFJOF r1LlWt yM Screen Wire Grain CfadiSiiiircezcfsYi p JR Cool rsPreservino Ketwptil Fruit a5g jMl lP Cans Pistols and eat tGountry 7cduce ta1en in Excf rfu1iOOd 4 y- c ft01Ji1 jtLtttft r rTin Roofing and Glittering A spebi l i k to lllSee our STEEL RANGES and gcioiir z BURTON BILN iIAfbO1s0 dikbAI iiC s I BEN HAYQGN SrM Min gey j Fn Brtakors and FUllaml Drflctors I Coffins Caskets Burial- Robes Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Galls answenA promptly nigHt or day i The vservicts rf an EXPEEIE l ED EMBALMEE a gradual cffbi a schoolof embalming liavovbccn engaged 5 i = 4 y J nult10NCl tnITftJ t It THE N L RAILROAD 5Q One Way c It takes passengers from the following stations to HEALTH i Con tipntior Dizziness Headache Vertigo Pains in the Bock or gidet Sluggish liver aut Kidney Troubles NEAT LAXATIVE Ask for it take no other NEAT LAX ATSVE CO Louisville Ky Executors Sale As executorsof the Trill of Francs WtilJe the indersiKued will on Tuesday tho 22d day of September 3896 beginning at 0 oclock promptly sell to the digbest bidder at the residence it the late Francis Walls the following property 1 twoyear old mule 1 fiveyearold mule 2 sixyear old mules lx cleyen year old mule 14 head 1250 pound cattle 8 twoyear old cattle 1 yearling steer 2 heifers 1 Shorthorn bull 83 fat hops and sucking shoats lot of wheat shelled and flue lot of Timothy hay also orchardings seed and corn in the field All the farm leg utensils and other articles too numerous to mention J4or all sums of 810 pr over the pur chasers will bo required to exe cute notes with personal secur Ity due on Jan 1 3897 bearing ioterestfrom dote of sale negot table and payable at the PJirst National dank at Springheld l Ky Under 10 Cash B F SIMMS FRANCIS WALLS InIF E KUIIN i Executors C R HAIl ONt THE LIVERYMAN l j Firstclass livery oulGlSt New ibuggies aud last atd safe itirbesoJersey wagons and annoys for the uso of recursion parUei or drunjraerflThe most convenitnt Iliieldtig aid femUug placa Jo ftown MAIN ST SPRIKGFJELD KY von DTSPEPSIA Tndecslton taut iHomftcb VlLvmten take IILWvlNs mnonvrrmsns Ait dealers kqirp uSl per bona Qcntlngfc tt t 1rUn prr e 5A f f Public S IRL VON thursdayySept 2fJ96 will sell to the highest bidder on the premises the farm of Qenry Williams deceased ccn taming about 200 acres ID a fine state of cultivationr situated pear Beechlaud Kyj convenient to schools and mill about eight miles north cfr Springfield on the waters of the Little Bedchbfh tween the Lincolns Run turn pike and tboWa1tonsLlck turn pike and on a county road This farm will be Offered intwolract iS and then altctbetand thepie c1Jjbcthei about 190 acr2sv of good land fronts on the county road has a comfortable dwelling houso and bate The frocpnd tract cn1sists 01 200 acres oJftgood farm ug Iland has onit thd1tild- oice a twostory frame wiUi 0 looms good Vlar good well ntt1oor end pEcessarl pulbuil V fings Privilegq to seed this falik given and possession given Janrr nary lf 1897 This faro will be pold ODv crndit of 0 Ifl and 18 months wita interest Thos B MeAl istens on the premlsesandwiIS take pleasure In shbwlnjifliB farm IQ anyone desiring tto Jopic ifr- verit Sale to begin atlpclpckl r p in B L LIOSEYi fEXfC iSS2 J f vhcinatows lcT4oj1Lvnb4r 6s554I fitE fWhen riicvrasaCJiUtf oiodifor d efti tif iJio bcamo aits chn chmgto Cartiji fti vict1hGuil Ohlldrtntah grrTatizcn Ciutwui VoJ t l1ii f i6 4 sv rr- THE NcNSLEADEFt 7 lt jJ lt r fr i H I l t i THB HEWLEADEIR 1TISID ihR unsAt iitNct 4 ii T t 3 SPRINCFIEID KY v l 1180 ir 1 1 r tTEETH 4 jftj 3rt1THT rlitN h7ih4jo DfVit42j rij 7 lnd tlow ethQdot nil own it wfctchjeflvcs noTjjtdeffoca lltttlhufdJtrc it glU1tlft llJjf ffArtlnt rttliui troth mny IIP fijjlit 2 4 ut utiwll PXpunse Willie and Cliowsisdn ai iuitj J1 I IftTOLAS1SWORK 1 I IMJICES HEASONABLB JIlIIUrt OfU nrnlisf will I iwcu y flr Vildcr oiHittliir InI tiuentire inomli prepared j tndtnU km1 oforkWI1l J- nUu Isiake rfppoJntincnt8 for tf l r VlIderidl1ylt Urat Wed V jof4fOFTICIOcer Postotbee Itdfl OCflC So ws lonrth Avo LouIsil1o gy 4 k F WILDER Dentist LJ IJR a FjiNEHRT 4a OFFICEH0URS xtc4p zn Tuesdaysarid Saturdays JSPlt h GttELI ift 1CFNU K- YTDJBROOPR io s bdh1Ot Ikbrtso drug Corett iri EI KY T r PRJ l BIIRrO1 DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I OrrInttaIKat Ulock oxor Mnnalield ttouiioro SPRINGFIELD KY I 2Fo11 THe Weekly Commercial y Free to Readers of this Paper r 9 AnyouoscntHnj us in sulwcrlption o thla paper lor ouo year Accompanied 1by t50iho regular suhsqilpllon price p ti the NBVHLBvDKn will bo sent free til charge for ono year a copy of the 1 roiiIsvIL1oWeekIy Commercial 11 large jt ejooluinti paper tilled with moro now r rulhermqtropolluin weekly Ibsriatsly Correct Market Reports 1 l 1 am 87 ycaraold jnd have used nlmut evil of the cough rind lung roniodloa thqi have been wild during my lire Iud for the Ixjnpfit of the KulFcring 1 will any f jthqt hnvo never used any remedy that cjuftla Dr JJolls Pine Tar noway It gives quick undo permanent relief in grlppo as well as othor cptiglw JVo Keep it in our house all tho and would mil bo vrithbifYlt M its If A MKTCALPB 7Il Fourth St Paducab ICv Forfaloby Ifavdon Itobcrtsoa 4 itiui1aiidsEtgIc Hyo Salvo Cares McKenna Whiskey tl This celebrated brand of whifllcey 1 keep tofs 1eJ1tmy banti make a PpecTaTty ot it t1nrrSaf florj ithmnafl rli l tf b k IIOMPSONt s WantedAn Idea WIloeaJthlD t9 g tl Protect jroor lei thy brtg frItJOhN WDZSZnUUR1 Co cEyl n C4orlhelr prli Clar e o 4 g aTcuOueZ wned i R b cribeforthoNEWSLEAD Ix oi4iayear T I l ABOUT TtDWN Miss LIZZH LEE opened the public iiibol with aiui nttend nee of eighty live pupils TIm Prouibitloriiaie of the iFonrtbj ConIoimUistrlcf mecfi In regular1 Tfonventioa at Etbwn September 191 1896 At thiB convention a man will bo named for Congress THEKB will be a Garden Party tcnj atMrs A7OMcE1r9ys on Septoniber 18th froin7ioii clock The feat ures of tlib oYonJng vvill bo auBox Palt1Paddle Table1 and Penny For Yon Thoughts Everybody in vJted Refre hmcptsI TIm many friends of Prof BP Gabby will no doubt be sorry to learn that he is seriously ill of typhoid fetor He was engaged to teach a large Ohoo1at Charleston S OM and itia Very unfortunate that ho should bo taken ill at this time Spring cleaningln the house is im portant and to cleanse the human- eystc4iiia oven moro so Neats Lax ative tones one up cleanses and regu- Mtththo bowels liver and kidneys For we 50e a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Brownefj Mi33 JnjfNlE QRAYCBOFT has resum ed her classes in music with a large number of pupils Miss Craycrbtt n thorough teacher and equally as popular fi and the the entertainments given ttl hero recently in which some of her pupils took part gave a good account themselves which speaks well for fitheir Tr THE Peoples Inroranco Co of Springfield which pf posea to doa fine insurance businessn this countyl on a mutual basis has j3cn or l ganlzod MrB L Litsey ia president G cQE Medley treasurer and G OtWharton secretary and some of the leading citizens of tho CQuntyJcpmpose its board of diroctora Over one hun dred thousand dollars worth of insur rncp has already been taken out withIthe company and i promises to afj success Mr GO Wharton has been working on the scheme for sometime and deserves the credit for getting up the new concern l PERSON L Scott Mayefl is back from LonIeyule Emmett McBlroy ia at Centreh College Danville Mrs J QIIia3ii3H was fn Louis vile SatuMay Ron J R CLiybroofc Texas was In town Wednesday atlsa Ida Froajan will entertain the 0 N R Friday cfoning H nry Jones left ontl1mornlngt t to attend cbllcse nt Georgetown Mid IcLi Conlcy of Bardstoyn is t vlaitlng the family o J J McCabe t Miss Nancy Schooling of Lebanon visiting Miss IvaFroman of Tcxau Messrs Lev Russell H II McElroj and C C Boldrick of Lebanon are with W D Olaybrook tp Ream Leachman of Toxha is v attending the school of Pharmacy ntt Louisville John B Grnndy and sister MIss Llda are cpcnding the week atTatham f Springstj MIa Katie Hertlein spent a few days with friends in the country this t week J J Ormaby Wharton Is very ill of typhoid fever We wish him speedy i and sure recovery Mr Andrew Cunningham is in j Cincinnatti looking after Fall purchases Miss Esther Boulwaro in visiting in Honrj county among friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Horace Booker of Little Rockt Ark are visiting friends and relatives in town no 0 Craycr ft and Will MoEkoy went down to Louisville to hear the Bryan speaking iMIsa Kaniio Ray Thurman ro turiiedjast wcbk from Louisville after a pleasant stay withvfriend8i Misses Liizlc Spanlding and Annie Cunninghani bagone to Oxford CollegVi OsfprdOhiOr Mrs Fred Hagan and Mrs W H Sweeney woro in Lebanon to ace tha circus Monday Messrs JohuAndoraon Tom and Frank Simms loft last Monday to attend coreoat St Mary eKanfl Mrs Dave Duncan who waa Boriouslylll all of last week wo are giad to learn now greatly limproved Moaara Garland Cunningham Johiiio Brown and Byron Parks wore in Lebanon Monday to see the circus Mr Richard Mulligan returned lanfc week from Etown where ho had ben looking after W II Sweeneys hitrests t Messrs Mit Leachman our popular school superJ tendontand Tom imms were lon to the Bryan speaking Monday Miss Joste LCO has returned to Cunningham Duncan after along j vacation where alie will bo pleased to her manyfriends llsseszj lnia 66mponJor Vanarsdale Carrie BolecmaB Mrar f Maggih D ttfsand Alessrs Ilarry Tnompaoh Fred Caldwell Sterling Thompson composed a artypf young toUrs that went to High Bridge Tues JyA1i spent an enjoyable time I lillianis ilrMKOPEN t 1 96 I line of millinery ft N bbiestl and most SfryiishPaIl and Winter patisrwiI6 line of a S Readymade Suits x HEAVY HORSES A MlcJiIpm Fanner Reeotnmonda Them wfllgby For Farm Work A Michigan correspondent of Country Gentleman and formerly an advooate or medium Weisht horses writes as follows About live years ago I bought team of heavy horacs Aveight about 1600 pounds each more because I could uot weightshanown I had not had the team a wctsk before their superiority over the other thaws oa the farm was proved They off with a plow with much less fatigno They hOW heavy IQads with far greater casein fact they were masters of tin situation wherever put at work I found that it took no more to keep them than tho lighter horses un ices it may lo that they consume a moro hay for they receive tho HUlaI grain ration as the others And oad work domot jwe need to put tho form hoVses before n carriage and when it comes to taking loads to town they walk faster than the others besides hauling considerably more rt n load tonarm Work that Lhavo since bought nu other team cf tho cauio kind Them two teams do tho liardcrt1 heaviest work on tlio farm at all times all the hoary plowing which it would requite three lighter horses to manage For Cjortaiu kinds of vork too 8mnller cnhivntil1FsuoyiUB other things cu nuy farm they answer verypurpose or lo the snail fanaoi who has net work enough at any Unit tho year tohnny him llo can tukt1 thljha1tvhvii it cornea to a big daya work cu tlifik lyirrov cr plo7j cr ivipra great hta7hOJft3izjccefisari ly u now cii ncr need ho to u avliviirtV 010 A liorso cf livnvrvpiplt shoald hot bo futit to boa burckn to hiineclf cither bat iu gocxl fit condi ion with no protruding bones ilorc gruin awl les hay uhoulJ Ixi the rein ou mast frrins Where tho famiiuf is ox I tPJitiivo enough to wotTiiut JiOtpiag two tcai8 LH cuo cf them ba heavy Tiny will take all the jjsosiVirr cork off the IlorStorosB n ervolrs iarti oIr for impounding etcnu wnt rcrii bo made at a level that will irrigate considerable Holds without the interven tion of machinery It is UntO them rc Bonrocfi tram being considered and util ized Tho present farming brings tho subject whether wo wunt it at ho front or not Bays tho Texas Farm anti Ranch It has been found profitablel o irrigate from wells Challow wcllSfof 011fc1d cngiucu OCUI tlnrIsmall plants in regions whero the winil is reliable There are other engines bet ter fitted for operations on a lrgcr Hcalc Ono advantage of wells ia that the Water can bo stored at aiy desired height hus bringing all or any part of the farm under water In this couuco tiou tho authority quoted offers a practical Hint for Btcrago cf pumped waterfThe greatest sources of wastage are evaporation and seepage In a lingo res ervoir or pond these reach thrir maxismum and iii case of aziaeeidcnt nil the water Btcrcd niay be loot in n day lHs mncli bettor to have two or more small er tanks cr to add to tho depth at tho expense of the surface area Somo tanks havo been made where tho evaporation alinost equaled ttho resources cf the pump and the evaporation and seepage coinS blued oscccded it in dry hot weather Two tanks are better than ouo iu case of any accident that might render ouo of them temporarily nse1esstNew In American Agriculture A now departure is tho summer claps now being conducted ou the farm of George T Eowell In Columbia county N Y The students are young men from the cities who have capital anti Who desire to invest that capital in fanning or fruit growing They spend three Hummermouths on the farm in orchard and field doing such work as spraying pruning shipping fruit and cultivating learning alll they can of tho necessary work ou a well ordered fruit fdrm In the fnll they will go to Cor nell and take n scientific course in the moantiino Electing farnia of their own and planning to lay then out while studying Corn narreatlpff BlacWricrr Several mnnufactareraof form implc meats hue made cheap coru liancstcrS horsopocrThcsenro sled with largo sharp blades of steer on each side oxtcudiilg beyond the sled Thn sled is driven bntwwn tire rows ca corn with liian to drive dud rcgulatd tho cutter while another gathers the stalks as they arocnt and dropp idd hc arm In this way two uieu ouo a WJtse csu cat EuYCral acres iJ tiiJjtwA Notification Dayf5f sL this is our Notification Day J tod we Wish to notify you that in 4 few days we will have a complete line of Fall goods Every- thingnew fresh and moderni Special atten tion will be given to Caps Jackets and Dress Goods We will alsO have a larger stock of Clothing Shoes and Furnishing goods Wait until our stock pomes in and you will see some goods worth waiting for We have already jreceived some fresh new Fall Prints the pick of the market Shirting Cottons that will neither split orJfade some genuine Fdur Leaf Jeans in the piece or made into pants e Custom Made Clothing IWe represent some of the largest and Tailoring houses in New York City and Cincinnati When your measure has been taken by us we guarantee o give a perfect fit or it is no sale Anything in the way of Cttstom work can be had through us THE D LOUISVILLE STORE Originators of Low Prices FINEJ TAILOR MADE CLOTHING We are agents for M Born o and Lamm Co Chicago Merchant Taylor who guarantee their work in every respect in workmanship find prices Come in and see their samples before buying READY MADE CLOTHING We carry the largest stock shown in town We are ovorstOckd ht now and we will sell you a suit foralmost your own pride SHOES OXFO1PERSffildren Our stock of Mens Womens and Oh Shoes iis corn plete Mens Button Sho2s Black and Tau Mens Lace Shoes Black and Tan Mens Low Shoes Black and Tan Womens Button Shoes Womens Laco Shoes Womens dx and Womens Sli peers Childrens Button Shoes Oxford and Slipper3 We bought our shoes at Low prices atd we offer cial inducements in prices DI SSGOODS and DRESS TRIMMINGS Wo are still keeping tip our sock of Dress Goods and Dross Trimmings and we can suit you Iron the cheapest Serges Mix uros etc to the very HLO Paisian weaves Ctme in and ex amine our stock and get prices WALL PAPER Don t forget we are Headquarters for everything in Wall- Papers l CARPETS AND MATTlFfGS 1 The special prices we have been making on Carpets has in creased our sales one hundred per cent Ir you need anything 1nl this departmentt take advantage of our lojvprices at once EVERY DEPARTMENTt We will make the Ibwest prices in edbh and every department for the next Thirty Days lhat was ever made on equal valtfesV We have the goods and must dispose 6f them Wo wVnt oneuia- rc compelled to havfe it thcreforo jijrollts i1lnot beCbnafdered when a cuistbniei offers Us Gastt for goods cNI jiifN N t i LA Aft t bAILlifNi1fti Ji 4 4IH411 o 4 rl W ar now cohstantly reeiving Fall j ndiitef y f jgosait LOWEST PRICES eithbiii iHl tinZa try DItmaize a mistake inbuyingbeforc 1a8u ect il rour BARGAINS wMfioSayou firt1cfe- rior dltHi= goods ijripes i vl VV Childrens Knee Suits 50c 75ctto8 Mtitt Boys Suits at Bargain Prices 2 Mens Suits from 5350 to 15 r t Men s and BovsPnts from GOc t 5 a fp rt w We also Wake tiiis to pirdef vith Ruaraiiteia toS 4Weii hwiii her consisting of the best makes suuh as Emerson BJnp1i and Ha State Shoe and Leather Company Wizre a sppiIyf oi good wearIng Schdol Shdel Jdr MISS CKildren lad fipjs at moderate cost Dont buyyour Underwea for ybarself anainlenuntitye t ours All Summer godds go4t cost and less r 1 ji t t + M9GHORD S ROBERTSON t JoHNwcRuMEth3 D LEcb1N LIUeRY ti Nbr =LANoN JkW rht STABL1UiugAyenijE ti Jviulburry Stfelcf v L r5Back of Wdrri Housoj j2 rfcobp VEHICLES FIRST CtJASS HbisEsr Special JRates to Commercial Men Safe and ilejiabla Drtvei X Wafehingtbn Gounjlr Trade Solicited 4r ii i SPRiNGFELP 1 J i SAW A1fflPLANING Mliij GREENE Frofs t s t MNUPACTUR RS AND DEALERS IN I j All kinds of Rough and e3sedLumLoxathe M1flngs C ings Frames Sasliro Kiinds Tobacco Hd sfics Cypress Shingles Acme Cefiiont PlastJBr etc Bill Stuff cut to order on Short olfce Hi hes C 1 Brlc tpaid for all kiod3 of Logs Call and see titfinfg et plffcosl 7 r r Office and Yard Jockey Avenue Between lam aiiaiirsu i cg v1 GREEN APPLES DRIED APPLESWe are thC1arlliJltexporte nOfitfedfruttJtt ue as4 tile 1arst acelft M srket1dcssJAllWrite us forfartherJaforuJ1tioa ilad lp OUliooa to keadqnartus thlngte the grata or prodace trtctlyoaFmMl t n surHERNDONCARTER icoLiIiyIUK u NOTICE All persons having claims agditst tbe estata of Francis Wan deceased will present same properly proven to the un ilprsignedor leave same with T W Simuis Jr Attorney R P SIMMS FRANCIS WALLS F E EUHN Executors of Francis WallsI t Lightning Hot Crops WhatoFunirrNepfei V ryTruo butIt Kills All Pain SOIriEOIwh o Every CarIWltftdufRalfef THero Is No Par 0r Scut it to Ilia Mother in Gcrnia i Mr Jncob FlCtiiflvlio ia in thoezi ploy of the Thicago Lumber JOuOfl MofiUH Iowa MY6II hnvo inst pent l soino money bnol to nyi mother In lha old pounrry thnt I Jcnow from use to bo the licfct motHiIno In ItCrsonulI for rheumatism Titivlng UKed it my ainli for years It is called Clininbor lnln Pain Hnlmnnd Itnlivuys docs hs wOlkn Price 50c a bottle IWQRMSrWHITES CREAM VERMICEHasl EVreOTLEaUARJITEL CJUNof 1ttB1a t l ci lAj iiCla otirda chronIc cohetl piitVin Vc n botti nl nil driiggistsor uf tttI C ic Nmtt ftA HAn lflern cid sriysSItlloh4 ti4itrrh Rstnedy1 IS the 1lrstlucdi h1 r hDOd found that wotl1dJ1o triO nny JtO t PrJcr c f t o 4 t 2iJAV1SILIII is e lbYidfl iUI fee A h ocentittit Neats Laxative Viii pnt h I htr It 9 cures TDI1II4atldtwlll WLLhUCotI8tlpatIonieadaChette PleH3atc1- aafeforalhgenud a clesttlic and1C remedy ukrtforU FUUnroraatJo t J 7 r LAMrY lip y- t TA tERSPIG It n TlaIT ItI- I U ri t i CURES 1Hlu rcrtCU rtr C Jt nfi t i ktDv5f5DCJ53t3 IW zizsT RMCYi r pLtSJ fs tGor t- WkyitOt4by11w t i iPaybuteiiePteK IwsssalIt user and tliat a sflJisI o Oar lOObP poi44 poves th IipouiIS 2Kjo1ftu dt4Usth Jil at1lc1aS9 1 y04 foiceu rtiata tirkJwr =I M uJ N AfIfIiiii16 r h two LCye4 fcr nFnIct 1rcatieiit C j 1t u1tui fOdeiUs r a 5 w 7 C 1 1 II4Zz NEs-D yk = r 4 CASTQ for Infants and Children i4 I Il1 ers ebMrntiom of Caetoria with the patronage of il rr aili u fwrBMti peraits TU to speak of it without guessing It 1 iiqiitistably the bed remedy for Infants and Children tWwtrH Juti ever bOWL It is harmless Children like it It jritM tJMa Iweltk Itwill save their lives In it Mothers haVo MBCthiae whkk iiabeobty safe and practically perfect as a j tiiciE cutedaiNtrJI If ti Cuttri aUap tTrilhner CMtgrt pyeitts VIsiting Sour enrd ir CJutwia emra Dlarrhgea and Wind Colic J t t CMttfU relieves Teething Troubles GMt rift cttTM CoBjtip tioaandPlatnIency Oftrttrkt nemtnliset tho elect of carbonic acid gas or yosnona Air Cia ieec iot contaia morphine opium or any other narcotic era Msimflates the food regulates the stomach and bowe t 0jivg hMltky and Batvral sleep qtecf ii put np ix aenuso bottles only It is not sold in bulk Dtliwany oae to sell you anything else on the plea or promise tbit is jut as goI anuWffl answer every purpose I Iget A4OEIA eJ isonevery LIveol WlapPera Ciy for Pitchers astoriaX MHTTT BTKfcr HtwvoHR emr r ri THE TALES WERE TURNED If ISJl w rrMUMl JoieA Rnde Trick TttftA Hl Own Dltcomfltnre Royalty dearly loves its fun and no f lrtare are practical jokes more io voguo tfhin in the palaces of old world moot arch NQi it k saIdLiiis fowler of practical joking than the Prince offWalt His prirato secretary Sir Fran els KnolJys has ia times goad by been eaU QpontQ endure with good bumor aaisereaity maDya tryibf oxperience Oni j y pot jdag Xgc Sir Francis got rHelaagh on the would be joker and Shim a taste of his own medicinez Among the princes friends wee a afeportsman Captain Bay Mid llctou whose favorite trick used to be fo ftpproach from behind some tinsii ectiiig wan and seize his coattails ttkich ho would Wrench apart in auch a manner as to split tha garment tip the backSi At Sandringham Sit Francis took pains to offer himself as tho victim and 1 Iratt for the gallant 4B3Y When tie- mcnjfethed to the smoking room after the rnticesa mid ladies were gone he teok np his placo in front of the fire Mat hlshcadan4apearedent1ro1y lost in thought Hkattitude was too inviting not to 55 5ppeal to the jocular instincts ot Capt i iJUidktoa who after asking the pr1pporth1miMi to leave the card taJble Jorai omeati crept ap softly to SIr Frnuda suddenly sclacd bold of the tihi ef bis drcsa coat andwltba jerk tore apart frqai waist toIt Unlike iBOst ofara coll4rIFraBcis took the matter good tpiriti Indeed ha laughed ondI appeared greatly to enjoy the tunI astonished the prince and thQS wen present Inquired how it was thai SirFrancis had treated the matter with ncbIntherencett That very car to explain vrwthe replytThe coat is not airI l had heard of Middletons fondness for this particular form of amusement and accordingly when Icamodown stairs Sfl5 now to the smoking room I took the prccRHtiou of going into his room land putting on one of his dress coats which was lying on hiaixsa TheroWSRahurricaneof irrepressible laughter as be uttered these worth and the merriment was intensified by the disconcerted appearance of Captain St Middlcton vrhojras bitterly annoyed to ave thus destroyed one of bibcst J evening coats New York Journal Tfco Aosie or KB wl MsggiBs Is Bones well informed Jlaggins Yea indeed Why hfr actu ally knows ai much u the overag young man who has just bocu graduated from college thinks be knows Pnila delphia Record Two of Kind Th Jol1tic unpnisn il i1kethe f inn who lost his clothes while swim- joinif 155 cant risk appearing before KopleuHlcss clothed with barreL TrtM 4 Hot HI Way Nell What a breezy young man Mr t l1osefis is j ljJ BclIe Brpezy lhrfrent seen him f Wowing in anything Philadelphia Recordf j Ifioro in more catarrh in this peciion litnsrilpnttogeiil 1rI supposed fIbo jncurablo Fora great many years doctors pronounced i K1ocaldIciw oaildpreoripcd local rem Cflles and by XlQ5b1nUyfalUns Ho euro with local treatment prorirtnnorcl It 5n curable Scionco hair proron eatarth o neaconstUiUi nVdlscascandthorQfore requires conutitutronal trcatniontilHirs Catarrlv Cnn innmirncturpcl l y F T i Thnneytt or 1oTcdo p is the only qn tltntlonnrcuroon the mnrhijt itis kcnlntftn Wy In doses from ten drops flllhoflff Touar81li 81 fi 7 iloiJd JtJ tthJrTntt7 t Utr7 4 t i A IKE8 AILMENT Fad About Volvox Oiobator nnfl tbo Effect tfitf Bast Fluhloff The lake is purging to beat the band remarked inqnrrJson tho out eyed guide at Greenwood lake oz Wednesdy to a couple of his patrons rom this city who arrived on the first evening train after hjiviug telegraphed to him to meet them and bo prepared for moonlight basa fishing When TDUI said that tho lake was purging ho meant to prepare them for disappointment they might moot or it is a widely circulated theory that bass do not bite well when iho Jako is purginff Tom Garrison knows that here is no truth in iIt because lie has frequently dcne his best when the water was at its worst but ho thoughtit well to moderate the hopes of his two patrons end put them in a position where they would blame the conditionof the water rather than their guide ifthey failed to catch any fish i It is in a fearful statesald the doctor as he looked af the water from the boat landing at Skirling Forest I never saw it worse but once and that was In 1803 U What is it1 asked the doctors com panion Ita just purgo said Tom Three or four times every year the lake gels sick nnd throws off that stuff Its just like a man having the hives or tho prickly heat A good sharp rain would clear it up in no time Ive seen it all goawaynanIghtSTom really believed what ho said but it only proved his lack of observation and his faith in the theories advanced by tho natives with whom ho was djfJattention was first called to the purgmg at the lake Jt was something entirely new to him The water was almost as thick as gruel with minute gretfiish globules suspended in it and the surface was covered with a yellowish green scum composed of the same little parti I des Those on the surface were apparently dead but those which hung poised in the water were lively and moved to and Iro in a manner which led him to the instant conclusion that they were nni mat Ho capture l a lot of them in a mineral water bottle awl took them home for microscopic examination He did not for a moment think that he had made any new discovery but was arc that tho matter had been thoroughly nathorlquickly a re about the little organisms rind of this he remembered enough toUt Tom right and at the eam time instruct his friend Each one ot those little spheres ha taidt is an Individual plant with tho peculiar faculty of propulsion The name of the plant is Volvos globator or rolling balL It is one of the com soonest forms of pond life and has won derful powers of reproduction Each little ball consists of a Network holding together a number of little green specks and each has a number of little hairs which it keeps inmofieD and their ac tion upon the water rolls the ball over and propels it along in on irregular manner Each Of tbcsp specks in time from the parent globe and iilwi11burst independent volvoz When escapes the parent sphere waftedtbyihowind 5ThIs little organism is cover found in running water tnt its presence in a pond lake or reservoir IP not an indi cation that the water it Btpgimfit J have come to the conclusion however that agitation of the water kills the fQi1hemjnthe lake at a time when the Jak jS thick with them and when the water is rush lug out in torrents Toni is wrong aboct 1rnill killing them Rain alou wilt nor do it but a Ireary windstorm will My expcriccce in relctioa tcthccf eJect upon the nshiiJthaUlie vclvbs dps uptroakemnclj differeiceif1other cooV ImporiF aa tnl xolvtri Broyui is never tmci onoagh to prtveut the flsh from keei- uthebull and J hire caught base when the little organlsta made n greci scnw on the Surface through which our boat left tracks Ju these tracks wets the only places where J cpnld see tlie water at all so thick was the seem of dead volfOX Now Ybrk Sun A Great Itaiiwuf Wmrcbotue The great railway warehouse in Liv erpool of the Midland Railway company is pronounced One of the most notable structures of its kind ill tho UuiVed Kingdom Massive girders weighing 96columussnpporttbe stories high 322 feet ir length 178 I feet wide and B4 feet high There wero 1usiI in itscoiistrnoiioufl000000 brides eoJof Sate 0000 tons of ironwork 14 tons of hoop iron 1000 tons of timber 109 tons of lead 32 tout of nails tf acres of glass and wore than halt An acre of zinc There are 65 shoot eon bg the different stories or floors 5b Dreamed ot Her Death- Miss Margaret E OConnor of St Louie was recently drowned in Engle lake near Racine Wia After her death her family discovered among her effects a diary in which sha had made an entry two weeks previous in which the told ota dream wherein she saw licnclf drowned in a lake which she described for description fitted exactly the real clicumstaucas of her death Hard nit 1Ml1drcdH e you heard the new Hinks and Mnbel Buxton No What is it Hes in love with her1rdcll1lde How joyoukn w He worked 115 hours at a stretch last night trying to teach her ILender bIlyCleC1eXelandLcader S1dColSmlta Dicredltecl living skeleton mopped his heated brow guess bo sIghed that the philosopher who wanted to take oil hU flesh and itn his bones dldut know i what was talking aboutNcwYork Press Flopor Pride Well Nigel if IIlt you stay in the drawing room yon must be very quiet aud uot want to talk to me whrri nftIore are here Do you understand t Yes mummy I understand but when I comoQ into the drawing room I sre a vlsit rPnnchSIn a recent letter to tho manufactTirers C1InMrn pleasuio to know the high esteem which ChnmuoflnluB inndicjnosrtro inI by the people ott your own Hlatc they must bobcat known An aunt of mine who resides at Dexter lawn w about to visit mo a fow years since und boforo leaving homo wrote inoQskluig if they ycro stjldboro stating itlhoy were not sho would briny a quantity with her ns she did not hike to bo without them The medicine roforred to are Chamber lains Couch Ronio ly famoun for itsi cures of colds and crotpj PaIn iJiilin for llIunber1nhisI pains fn tbo able noel chest1suit bcrialna Colic Cholera end Diarrhoea Itantfidy for bowel coinpluintn Those inodi inra have boon In constant use in ctuturyI 11ijRr el 1 I IFREEI t We hnve made arrangements jg kQp lyiBubaOptions to tho i 1 LADIESI ri 3 YHQME f 1 mfeflL II 0 j An illustrated monthly pinpa 4 zinc published at Chicago anti containing Stcrlca Sketches S j arid ovorything interesting for 4 the home z Z Fo4 each new subscriber f the 7Cv vaT PIT tn who rays Ono Dollar Cash In advance IIwe will send this magazine to 11any address ABSOLUTELY el 4 IREK Our g j number is limited and- S first come firsteorved f y 4 Address all communications 4 to tt LDftMISONJR j PUIIMSUEILJS t4 tiSSIl tj94 Q fA Vd MINERAL MANURES How to Jlpply For neat xteuitnmctfr NItrAte of Soda Thoro is n diversity of opinion as to the profit fci using commcrcjall fertili zers most cf which nro mineral This ynluobeiDgbaseel mainly a qncstion of how mineral ma nnrea aws nscd Those who apply min eral nanarca to grow grain crops with gra8ffiudporarily bo profitnbloit leads fo such dcterioratiojt of soil fertility that the laud becomes too poor for nay profitable use But when theso mineral fertilizers are applied ia ccsncotiou with stable mannrca and uio mado to grow ronovat lag crops the result is not piily an immediate profit in thoir use but increase of fertility lu the early hiBtoiy of farming iin this country mineral manures were Ht tie used Oa tho newly cleared lauds there was for n number of years an oxr cr55 cf potash which made opplicatiop of thin mineral unnecessary By and by came an era of poor crops and tho no ccfiy rf resorting to clover anl miner togtthc1Eacht to American Cultivator authority for tho following It is n mistake to RUp post that mineral fertilizers ijct only as stimulants They will iudbed ciiablo poor roil togrow grain crops for n fow years but it id by furnishing the kind nUll amount of mineral plant food that the grain crop needs The plant can only bo made to grow rapidly by being fed with nutrition bits most availablo form Tbo fertility in the soil unused is so much dead capital Tho amount of unproductive capital lucked up in fer lmOafJIIbe avoided Stable manures must dom peso before their fertility can bo used Most of the commercial fcrtilizcra are quick noting Their value is largely for tho first crop When these commercial fCrtilizersuro applied with stable manure they hasten too action of that also It is else n fact that tho stable manure makes bocommercial fertilizer especially if mineral moro permanent Ono class of mineral fertilizer is moro effective than any other especially whero quick growth is desired This nitrate of soda which is now very largely used by market gardeners for starting early crops Combined with stable manure it hastens its decomposi tion so that moro of itsvnlpo can bo utilized the same season It is tooix pensive a manure to to used on ordinary farm crops except in small amounts to give crops an early start Wo think it can also bo used with advantage when over clover aced is sown with groin Itis truo the clover itself will secure trogen from tho air in tho roil through its roots But this docs not occur until tho plant bus mado a considerable growth Tho clovir needs tho nitrate ot firnt tto pivo it ctart that it can popner begin its work of dc oxqpostng air in tho1cntndvantutO sfabloIapplied early in tho cpiing oo us to hp iimmediatoly effective will bo uo less bcneilciuL crimson Clorsr Hair Baits Tho fceding of crimson clqycrnl lowed floweriPSin caused by the jrrlcklyHcms of tbe overripe plant forming hair balls in thn stomach As tho hairs of crimson clover do net tecomo stiLt until tho plant luau passed tho flowering etngo nnd begun toI ripen old crimson clover hay should bo fed only with great caution Death to horses by crimson clover hair balls bai been reported to tho United States de partment of agriculture from Delaware Virginia cud North Carolina as many as to 80 ball beiug removed from a single animal and tho mutter being deemed of EuElcipnt importance to issue o special circular of warning Death to tho animal is caused by the balls fonnI ins an impermeable wedge in the bowel thus preventing tho onward movement of tho food material anti completely shutting off tbo iintestinal blood vossela through tho pressure exerted upon them PERSONALITIES A O1Uowny of Willco county Oa will have a son and soninlaw in the next Georgia legislature Walter L Campbell the Democratic nominee for probate judge of Mahouing county 0 boa boon totally blind sinco boyhoodSThe Rov William Gallon Hicks n widely known revivalist of Kentucky can repeat from memory every Ithe Bible except the book cf wordtnI Strand Musical Magazine says that the Oldest living English Composer iin Charles Salamau whoso Bong rIArise From Dreams of Thee was pub liuhcd years ago Dr P Penta an Italian criminolp gist has discovered that criminal de generacy shows itself in the toes of its subjects webbed and prehensile toes being Common among convfctsIJ When Sir William Haroonrt resigned his practice at the parliamentaryt bar in order to enter upon political life he was earning 14000 a year Ills min isterial salary for 27 years is put 45000 atI Miss Margaret Cresswell receives postmislressI of all tho postofflccs on the north can coast AiriI Lord Gerard has settled for 18000 roit which ho has been fighting for 1I years against the London and Northwestern Railway company about some land of his that was taken and for which he asked 1800000 lila costs are probably 50000 Probably thp last survivor of the men who foSght in tho July revolution ot 1880 M Pierre Lourdcrcau 02 years ofcage recently made hs ununal iil- grjuiagu4to fbo Column of July lIn tho Place de laiBastille accfimpanicd by blaohUdreu oild Braudchiidreu f UNTOLD MISERY il10tt lHEUftlATlSWI CJL KinjtiVaterYallCf tlztured- byAyersSarsap riHa mlllcrrlromeveryknownclans visited HotSprliiesy Ark three times spending there iiesldes doctors lillls but could obtain cmlyteinporSry relief Jly welghetloulyleg were drawn out of shape muscles bring twisted up In knots I was nnnbto to dress myself except wllh iislstiiHTf nnd could only hoblilo about by lulnt a cnno I bad no appetite nnd wax nssnrod by the doctors that I could not live The pains rt times were so awful tint I couW procure InJICtlnnslmntllgellIngave only temporary jrllef After trying everything anti suffering the most awful tortures I bcc n to lake Ayrrs Snrxnpnrilla Inside ol two months I mis able to walR without a cane In three numths niy hats began to strengthen alit In the course of n year I was cured Jly weight hsslncmiscd myfuhidays AYERSThe Only Worlds Fair Sarsaparllla YJBJtB JPJXZS cure JlcaJacbe Now is the time to subscribe for the NE LKAl Kl only 1n year Its a Hlllo early In thb ncason to begin to think about cold vcathor hilt the squirrels are honsiiiR tlirir winter food and while wo are gluing likewise wo should reset tuber that if wb pq into winter with a summer cold on our lungs wo are liulilu to hnvn pneumonia about the first snow or cold rain Dr Hells Pinp Tar Honey builds and nnd ntrongth ella the weak eonls of tho human body air passage lungs and bronchial tnrJCff Hint arc strained nnd mudo orc by the wiritiuH blasts Its n tfoMtic builder nud whim thousands of chronic eases ate today ttndliiK relief cud strength from its use millions of people wore cured of cough stud coda and liO ptfintby the tutu of this remedy nil through las tAvIn tee It ctircH rvcrytlilrtjr in Its lint oc cept consumption nnd chrotic raws of this dreaded inuhtdy find ret 1U1C1uin fort from 1111jno genuine in made only by the J2 K Suthorlund Medknno inlIfrsand tho fifc size tiro antraqnnrtcr tiircw iw iiitiuh ne tho 25o sire For ui1o b Hnydon it Robertson A DOOM TO KUKANITY GU8HMANJ3 ME THOL INHALER a LKtltrt Uil tHI- nLlU Uuulul tbo Ilfwl Tb AimUlIEDACIIE URL QIilIGRlPPE- tORE ilnoJ t tscrzIiiF 5flIfIZ- bsgtIvi u t 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re uwJ Toorllen Shot lialM on indponssriuntwO tiirro of Itrb ntberprnptluni thcputlent- farltactillkaucliftnu riw n tnr boso Balui 11101110 the use ot your pueus rutloni because they d i mm nouirh like Cbnrra1 b HOYP P ityiut cstinot roUt of urezett lIVforono ban mall Fold br nil 4fUgtZtL VincoOoIodtnuO Evorjboily loves to do charity work or ovoit to help tbosb who are not ol jcvlHoflibaHty Its that great fooling of hrotberly love planted in us that hinds tinso tics Half tho iitoplo who would lluivo been bihid today because their friends told thorn to use ButliciIamlV Eagle EJQ Salvo It bw becn pnfvcn if- tlw tin bbst remedy on earth for any kinC of sore eyes for sububy hayden t- VICobOituoaa Druggists IUbcr Are the Hens a letter from Mildred 1Shes enjoying tire country so much She says Every day at Briiirisea neigh tyring rooster rouses us with his earlj morning lay1 Early morning lay Whats thi matter with the henson a strikoU Cleveland Plain Dealer Slow It Happened Why Mr Portly you 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