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sweet for wcru t ndlissth9bbo5And cad hope was hiRb On uncii sarrmcr dcy I laid mo down And drtsmt of love npd strife cull victory J an1blgh rvnun And henjncfin 1jcctlown end dream Tho s itcLIXrtJt us then thuWrJsaa gay Still on Hbulaliu tb water lilies gleam In rkh array Tha worlds a ryeans os crorl Wbat am n Vjearjt With yean weary with Iorhuioi quest Weary wilb BorroTr ray soul hope to dlo And thtn to rost 1A Ctrohan la Pall Mrjl Magazine GOSSIP SUCCESSFUL The season just j about to close at Tatham Springs has been a vAry success ful one financially and otherwise and the stockLolders of that ir Tstttulion are encouraged to add to the comforts and conveniences of the place for another year The lolloping from the Harrott burg Democrat tells of the good time some of ther Harl o sburg Iciks bad at tint springs receiitly Honors have ben heaped upon TathatnISprings upon the twin jilurd birthday ot Mt Frank a well known young business man who iis spending his vacation at that pjopnlar resort Un his return from church he found a pleasant surprise prepared for him by the agreeable hostess of the springs Mrs Wurnall The diningroom was gaily decked in flowers abdt foHago and in the center of ttJEt 4ab5e wire twenty three blush In int rosy cheeTrtd apples olo t qjjciitly sug1estlvecf the Pall of MUll Bil as an tffitjft- WI8S1IIIPW111C ilieera porsfrlpwed sseudtlj as the Tght th8t catuoa ufujreaUngi uf he Trno of Knowl edge Ai MrCurrs plate WAS a puclufjc of toothpicks and at bovtlIhf sugar with the Uate Srpt 11 l8JG Ioc11ic9tilocl Every guest found beSiiui ts plate a prpy of Life Everlast jf nig and they were all eXpected to write a poem in hofcor of the occasion These wera preieplrd tbclclump of sugar and toothpick to sweetenS tbe coming year aid pick all the troubles out I bear there were many creditable verses read and Tatham may yet haAO the honor of djscoyer ing a futurc poet laureate It is ifbysuctiMrs Worcali has made thesca Son atTathaai the grand success it has been She seems to leave nothing ndbne that adds to the pleasure and comfort of the guess and among the many de lightful rpcollections tnat each ote c rries away is the remem brace of her kindness 4 o fALEovrnTho Balhttl Pio vUj reer Hsourd money Demo crhlic papjr seems to think that Mri Lewis lias a walkover ortt Congress In speaking of the Stown convention It says JtI woundup in a row and rumpus r of lust class dimensions and iic was apparent to everyone on the grouLd that the result gave John W Lewisi virtually a walkover This is more ceitain han ever since Murray has announced his intentionof claiming the nomi nation and running the race out in Noyeruber All of the entries in that contention were thorough politicians und ready to resoxl to any kitd of trickery to get tne nominatiOD They bave trainedi themselves to believe this is all righ t Murray was beaten it at his own game and eas no grounds for squealing He would have taken the nomination in the same way if he could have got it Dave Smith was too slick jar him and the Pioneer is rejoicing in thedefeat Qf the deicagosue from Oloyerport Nearly exactly vbenIIpvo bolted the ociioa of jhe1 ctivEnti n are rampant for free siher and have been specially viulent in ther donanciatioi ol all Democrats who have refused to follow Bryan and Sevvall I jjRE ADVERTistNG Washing I ton county probably never bad during her history sUCh a thorough tdyertlsing as has boen given h r recently on account uf t0tollgile war rhathas been joiiik on within her limits The newspapers all over tho country IIlinesII the toll gate raiders This sort of an advertisement is bad for the county but the newspaper accounts wnie to some extent exaggerated cr colo ed are in the main true The naked truth xhout the performances of these midnight toll gale regulators bad enough and makes a story tthrilling enough to suit the cal umos of the most sens atonal jpaper I have heard a great dealt abuso heaped upo i theI taese city dailis und thtir cor resjondonts for publishing this trotblebjYal hfof citiztns who sit ciound and talk and talk and who if called upon would noi raise a hand to aid in stopping these ourrasrcs a aitst the ppaee and leputation of cur county The news papers are nt to blame It is their business to give news Kidcnsed Testimony Chns 0 Hood Broker niid ATnnufiic turer Agent Columbus Ooio cortlficfj that Dr 1ClitsNev Discovery has no equal as a cotjgh rbinody J D Brown Prop St James lintel Iff Wavno Ind testifies that lie was med nf si couqli of wo years stiuuliu caused by 14t Gnppo lij tiikinc Dr Kings Now Diseovorj F aierrid B i iisville Mass says hat Jho lou used ai d rrcomuif nded ItI ami never knew H 10 fall unil would liuvo it than any dllotor lICcauo it lwslystcnres Mis Tlcmmin ii 25th St Clsifsigo nlwnyskei ps It sit hand lies no fear of croap became it in strntly wlioveH Pro TriuN 1ttles Itt HayUoii nobcrtjors Drug Store j c 1 lITHOURFARMERSI h Notices stcrk seed or Krafnvnntcd nr ur sale or erulano inserted in this cot umnrnEE or ciiAJtofc Fanpnrs aro ro qnrsted tosendin stock orcrop items too pnblicalioa IAU railroada will trry those attend inp tho Lexington trots Oct fo at one fair for round trip j t t AgbodrioHablofarmerof thiscounty wlshco5to secure an intbst in a dairyI near the cityoC Loifisvillo Further information can be obtained at thIs offico t t it It ic reported that The pspcrimontal work of tho American Asaoclatian in the raising of tobacco on their lands at Mitfdleboro Ky has turned out to be a great success t t r On Bryan Day nt Lexington on the Ken4ochyBreeders packed above and LJclovfitb folly people Tho chances are that crowd will bo duplicated on Oct 8th the day the great e5000 Transylvania take is trotted t t It is stated that a syndicate of East torn horsemen aro coming to Loxing ton for tho big trotting meeting Oct 0 to 16 prepared to wager 50000 thatI itho phenomenal Now York trotter Page 29 34 will win tho Transyl vahiastake t t J diaasterous flro occurred at Lo retto Academy on Sunday It caught ia the cream separator arid destroyed both that and tho milkhouse The flames communicated to storehouse and meatbouse both of which were seriously damaged before tbcoflro was e bguCd Ho insurance A Missouri oschapgo says thatI apples may be cept two years by wrapping them in newspapers in such a manner as to cxcliidb air The newspaper must haw verj boono on which the BUbscrlptlon is paid In fun tho1dewQ OP Cecils great pacing mare Lottie Loraine won the won the free yesterdaydefeating pacing championship for mates with her Tho track was 5evral seconds slow but Lot went her host mile inli 209 DanclrufTJs duoto anonfoobled Qrl StllbiI provMiliUfj dndruf1 CORRESPONDENCE SHKRPSi ILLE Our Special c rr pon IF10Jlaretruly sorry to cntj sion prevailing among the pcopla on account ojirco turnpikes It8ccms to me that the mllglBlra tea acted Avifoly in not opening tho giitcs until the vote was taken as to whether the county would issue bondsto pay foJ the roads built by private coiptanies Every one should remember that it is an ex periment aidwe should be careful how we eater into this free turn pike business for wo may create a ring or clique that will place us under a more galling bomtnjje thin that exercised by tollgate keepers I have no objection to Iree roads but J want to obtiim them b legal roVCI1restrictIons Mr Thonads Nicholson line Miss bylSunday morning We extend con grutulutiotisS Lawrence Trent shot John Yea gcriin the flee Sunday morning William ID Oornwh aged 81 years died ut hisresidence onehalf mtLu north of this place on Satur duy lie was interred at the flit iSell cemetery U 9 following day with rr1ic corcmonics As the processiu was moving to the cemetery it was met bIL cyclone corn ing fiom the soutliOKSt with consid arable force Foi time excitement was high liorsca rearelland plunged some buggies were over turned and one muje got away from his drivers breaking the buggy to which he Was hitched to pieces Hats parasols and buggy curtains were whirled away anif to the rioiss of tic storm was ahicd tlio screams oftfomen nnrt childrii borlunntey iio ono xvils so imsly btirt Mrs IISl1t being the ivoret She sprained her ankle jumping rlUI111Cibcgy The ilormonjbreihren Jones antii Crocshnw tio pre chmg at the Bowun fuhoyihouie tlngweck Our lIackinthU W Orccn has been Very siuk but jis now conva c Clhg Dill ron Ever Try Kloctrin Hitters ml nrcnicily for your tnublcs If not jictn txtttlo now ainl gut relief This tnncllchio ions been fohml to ho pccdliurly adapted to tqo raljof aiid noel euro ofiilKVemnfo Tom lilaints oXC1tIIlg n voiulcrfuJ lIflCt In lluCMiiu in giving strength and tono t r the organs If you have loss of appetite eonstliiaiint liendurlic fainting spoils or sro nervoiiH tcopkM cxeltaltlo mel ancholy or tvftulilrd with cliwy 041P1- M5i5itVie Hlttora U the nicdlfrljiayon we Health and Ktion tli non gimniiitccil liy itK use ITfty irciUn nail thOat llojdon ItubcrtHuns Drugstore MACKVILLE From Our Regrular Correspondent Mis Joannette Groves of Louis yule is visiting her brother Dr Groves nl this placOrC Alter a three weeks visit to ret arjvos and around this plnce Mea lames Battle McGnirennl Faniiio uostcr have returned to their homo in Indianapolis Ind Miss Bill Cox cnterol IfrmiUon College lLexington on the 14th inst Rev Detv of NicholaaVille assis ted by the regular pastor Re vRL Purdooi hive been conducting al ptistlchurchdays There are large crowdsin attendance and much interest man ifestedl in thework Elders Montjoy and Simsclnscd n very succcssful prtractftd meeting at Iliilaboro on Monday night 1last There weio about 17 cbniesSiona and baptisms besides a ntitnbcr rco claimed Died at the homo of his sonin law Mr J 11 Mnyesjinear this place on the K inst Uncle Hilly er1menttooktoiy on tbo followinii cl01y1Ili Clark haVliveda quiet cbristian Ittot anti asrespected by altybo knew him ftlio editor llConiTfScend to publish this effort fF1ili1atory- respondent corr- veiTfiUegrtraiso to bo- workit KEWIS LEADER 100 a year a i Ayers Siirsaparilla5iH not a secret preparation Any physician limy have the formula on application The secret of its success as a medlclijo lies iu its oitniordinary pw lto clcanso the blood of impurities and euro the most Uecpseatecl caijes or blooddisease TEXAS From Our IJegular Corrcspflydent As OUt little town has not hen rlforyou a few items miss Ivy Fromari entertained the GbL fIt last Friday evening All seemed to enjoy themselves very much Your town was well represented J S Claybrook of your town was out at liome Sunday Mis3 Nancy Schooling of Lebanon was with Misa Ivy From in from Friday till Monday Miss Ilulbard o0hioi was visiting Miss Edna Lfyrt last week Sidney Green Jr left the 22 for Centre College Miss Alma Campbell of Perry yule is visiting Miss Willie Camp bell of this place Charlie Jenson of Louisville is visiting the family ofP C W Peterson this week MTS PC W Peterson aril Mine Mary George have returned from Louisville where they have been for about two weeks Mr and h rsrNat Camfbell ol Jcnsonton were visiting the fan h of Mr J Knnbcrlin Sunday Jaraes Green and W D Clay broflke were in Lebanonlast week J J Minton and W BrRil hart were in Lebanon on bnsindss lat week fuccess to the KEWSLBADER Vox Kr tin nil Oqpnunts plinniborlnins Cough Remedy Is n Undsdnd to tho uf Hicited There is no vertiscnicni about hug we fool just like suyinrj it The Otiinourat Cttrolltoii Kv Mr Will Pkilinnn has had sore eyes foiv years lie lies tried many dottore and rmniJtlips and Iras always railed to gut roliur until wo sold him n tube of Snthprlnnds Kiglo Eyo Salw wlililj cured him inside of a woek Hr null limos nor Honey sells wll and cures quickly RcR octrully M MJ YIn A Co Biinis Ky Sujt hen mnds Eagle Kyo Salve has dons a grant deal morn for me than can bo told by pen W U SKIILMAN SBtirLs Ky An eye for nn oyo hurt a tooth foi u tooth is the old Mosaic doctrine hut tho doctors of today savo the oycafglit by apjilviiljj UnUiHrlands Kajlo Eye Shlvp It curs all forms and joucan buy a tiibonnywhoro for for 25u An oye sore a orocyo or two soro eyes nmv bocured by tho nso of SittherlandH hugloEyo Salvo 5c a tube nt all ohio ers For sale by JIII don HobcrtRon tJruggIsto4 LEMISf- 3nce the split in the Popocrnt Convention at ElizibetUtoxvn and the determinarion of Messrs Smith aqd Murray to inukethe race for Congress tho lIon John W Lewis will have a complete walkover loa reelection We told those pcople that the nomination wosioaded and if has exploded and caught two me and by the time tile polls close in November tlioy will be caught so badly thnt they will bo relegated to a Lack scat in tho procetsion Mr Lewis has made the best Con gressman this district over had Uc lias been at hi8 post of lilLy always and has been found battling lot tin best interest of his paople By voting fort Jno W Lewis you yill bo doing yourself honor and will bo honoring a nvm who has stood by you during his term lls your public servant llartlord Ho publican IJr you cnnt rend thill get tomcopo eyes arC Rooil ty read Jt for you and If your byes are curable 25c Is enough mooney Boysand tirls of any age inou and wbmqn UJoWlscGood old Granny Motcalfo is nearly 83 and MiosavssiippleiiiciiUrv to her praleouf ertnIEagle Eye Salvo Foe salo by Uaydbii A Robertson Dont think yourtt nro incurablo be cause tho doctors failed Jfthojr load known of S tb9 JunJlEngl6 Kye Salvo aa thor dommov they Would have cured you ForycarssnyM Cirt C Muller uI have relied fhor04upon Ayors PlUs than than anyUiinffOlapin the madicluachost to rCKuiaJo iny bowels and those of tho ships crew Those pHla pro notsovoro in tholrntton Jut do their tvigfeMthpr cnhb A CLEAN SWEEP v The Toll Gate Raiders Hive About Accomplished Their Object The toll gate raiders will soon be iid the same position as way that ancient warrior Alexander The Great who veptbeeauso he had no more worlds to conquer Only the Washington county warriors have had a clear field and no due to Jijjlit or oppose and of course have swept every loll gate before them We would chronicle that ther wore still three gates lleft in the county were it not for the belief that ere the NEWS LEADER reached some of its distant leaders these too would be compelled to quit business Raids wpro made on Friday Saturday and Sunday nightsaud a clean sweep was made 9f all toll spates North of Springfield that had been left standing from previous rids Friday night Ipur toll gates in tU vicinity of Mackville fell and on Saturday the Thompsouville neighborhood was visited and cleared The raiders came in the Mockvijle road as far as the Mobberi gate two miles from town and destroyed it It is said that there were only ten men in the cfowd who traveled on eight horses Sunday night the two remaining gates on the Willisburg pike Fit1 gate andt the one near town kept by Mrs Wtl Hen were torn away The raiders were evidently wary about taokling tbe5e two as the news had been out that they were guarded for several nights when the raids first began This last mob it is said numbered about seventy five mon One toll gate on the Lebanon road and two on the Perry yille road have not been m61sted up to the present writ ing On Monday morning tbe triall oitheof the two men Joe Sot ties dud Henry Miller who were charged with being implicated in the raids on thetoll gates was called in JudgoJack Thorn paons court There was it good crowd of interested spectators on hand and several witnesses who had been summoofd showed up uromptly when their n a mes were called The two pi isunurs were in town early and appeared con fidcut had happy tJountv Ar tprnev I H Thurman repre ent cd the Commonwealth and quos tioned the witnesses at some length Tho following is what the witnesses said they knew about the castr f c t f ftt i i I 1 t At Ibo conclusi Jnpflthdstostl mony the Court veryvsplemuly dismissed the indictments against the occused and ttesrectators witnesses and all adjourned to the streot tto discuss free turn pikes The Acme of Knowleflr Wiiggins Is Bjones well Informefl Biggins Yes Indeed Vhyfce Acra stir kuowjjW much the avera- eyonug1wbohne jnst bfeu grnduat- o4fraiguthlnks lie knowPntlae- pli1Reeordi Two cl a Klnd The politicall campaign iis like tbo cjuuAvhb Iou his jclothe wbileFwlin iUJngc it cant risk App ariug before 1U1CtTrntbKot U- l1ellhnt Aryjrf f 1 eyaniigman Mr- Cl fist lii lle1lethce2y I hnverft rj IJ tlcwliiff in aujtliiaR ifidi Uinem on Slilpfeoardlp A dirtier more cockrpach infest kv J cra jlnevcr5iilednpoivthnirthat LJ ftIyantino corjster peace to her fibal They 7i are whit J1ins now on Iho Syrian coasrr i where she went quietly aground one calm Lufht without loss to life and dcL centlyiusrircd The officers were hcotchStad thocrewGrcek and the lnttirnnv 1 derslGod the former ncccrding to the vitriqliacxpletive8 It might bo said that the ship was worked wholly by w jtofanity Many urn the ridiculouT jmemories that revive withi the Bamp of that 4Isreratable tufa tjjat Ecaven cd along the Levaiitica coasls Bhjpping coutrnbnnd whl6shocouJd not gel iti censed cargo end defying pilots the 1 rules of ports but none fancier than cf n cprtaih squally night on which wq rail out of Jekeudeijin tho whole sea red fu the reflected light of a forest fire Wo wero carrying ou Ikp quarter deck pashas harem come from the interior and probably now to tho sen and nstl18- ship pitcbcdaiocl rcVedi cud wives children and slaves fell very slt the oldest nod stoutest duejdna of tliemnhISstarting opf unveiled and Iiajr clafl rushed to tIb fiido and began to climb the rail With the evident purpose ol leaping out oE thooncctlrSCclshiHOmo bow and zJScofcban instant lid hind gripped hoer Will it and for live minutes there was a fioimOrio bsttlo ho cursing gnttnraIynss 4i1 kho held dn like grim death slip backing f1tout behind twining her discDg gOO 4 hand iu his hair and defaming his ma t t Js ternal ancestors to tho tenth ejifjratjon iThe harem shrieked at te awful sppc taclo of their comradb in tIha grasp ofa mauj but there was none ito jbolp ferJthe pacha was llying abject iin his brtb y below and We enjoyed Uio pceuefar too keenly to cut it short At the llast fho t succumbed exhausted and tho old Scot bore her baelziikousack to her bed Hogartli rirst Days ofiha World V r When Keolojiy took np Gin worlds Irhistory in early Arclican days SCO 000000 of years had passed aincetho molten rocks 01 the BnulikecArtfffiail formed from tlie condensing iipbulaC The cooling of the exterior load gone forward with remarkable Blowneis5bntV at last lit Was hard solid rook The thick heavy vapors pad begun to cpii demo and waters hot and acIds covered thovrorld or at least its greater part Over the continental region tho sea twas onors or less shallow nail the break- lug i and grinding of the oceans bcd3nid thonn oWLfor uttU JcL r f1iA triangulars1and 8IowJyn peAt Jabove the waste of watora In whoit is if now tho Hudson bay region Thorb appealed ted a narrow strip whichiiii j centuries 1o come was tq be th6J1igliJ tland of tho fiudson There was also f1 const line iu the brood are1cojriug the Eockies Small islands dotted ifca grcSS V northorn seas where Norway and Sweden ftnow sfandJ 1As tithe passod tho watexg rtrvfro j 7 nD1ocooICInu at lest life I14iappeared in Borno stmctureleoa p y and nuiinnls A warm and equable clunatcorcr tl the land nud aclodded sky tempor tW iiyof thcqn but tlio rocks wero et r l l bare and no sounds filled tho nirs yo5 thosoof lifeIesand voiceless nahwe t1 the surging of tbewaters and iha ragim i r of the tempest But a gZunl change fc was taking dare Time seas noomithgi tloelo imordiul Islands bcciunu tIpls Bower corals and sea lilies flllevt the bays ptolluus and rustqceinshad be Ijuii end for ages mollusk life reigned fQ vFupreiaoriu tbis embryo world Jjippiiiv v cottfl V CIIrmrnIz LIOB ThoriinhhJg and IIcapbg nityof the California lion when hard pressed tv by hounds end btmtera in opei fieldis almost incrcdibro Only afine pact of ihounds accustomed to the mountains 4 ran ovcti attempt tornna genuine lion J Thorn are scores cf hunters Who dccla9 2 s they Lavo seen Galifcruia lions when r hotly purfiutd rise like awixmgc1 oreo 4ft 11 tare high above the greenwOod amid t t chaparral and make leap nfterleapQfcrfj i over 30 eomctimcs 40 feet fccrdff bowI t lItiers legs and rocks Ground icrut for i tho dogs is barely loft Dtilydcd tho nlight The hounds must o tbet slightly tainted air for their guide Ik1 la well kijown fact tbijt the jhount1ahs lionfitnndalnthoRrcatcsWorrorof dogs f When chased hy them bo will first ivy to outrou thfo Fniliujf in this hp Wnl11 c take to thonoaisttrce 3ntwhen there nronotreeiiefrcfugo aud tlio lion coeii k to baytbcli look put Ono strokerol ttljfi t J powerful paw menus a dead dogs ai4t i nies ihd hunter comes to the rcieae wftbasriLkmorreyolycr thosavagobesile I 0i t 1 will Klaughtcr thowholo packiatletaiL Z tShonld ho succeed in killing alt Thep t5rldogs ho trill Immediately turn iIij jftcntlou to the human c cwywhiebxS mnscrs thrnostmlSifl tof 4 ts- pursticrSanPrmnckco roufolc j The Newest MUteirii ThqtTashlngton Star report h t1lfv 1jstorm Jo which the jiailstobos w aiii r goo o cggX This ia A new ciwrtu that jjrilJ mightily fturpris6 verdo t newspaper readers Front tiaio 4cun wisae modal ballstpues have always falJciit t 4 treportat j coino to bclicvo ihat coap WEtPrtoa tlaw of nature caused nt JWJstou te Ii itassume that idac andnccw tloeirbelboI 1 rudely uss tb1ll icoqo4hibo V i r cP brings In it goose egg ttecdftrdi Cor j f 1 t1intofostrlelocgwil1 bq fa iMil ib V frwherowlil wQbolNewYerlbG lt j b r 5se ft UNtIhiA r U aCiu1mi die l tcoL J ifor murder tfaclPci tj iig taken nscvioce of hlsldcpnrteqt me Jt lilfeT cIt U QI1 tjsent priio4 fpcear Ifke t er hoIbsr t Ii1r iitfrq JG I fr r iz II h THE NEWS LEACER Jl r i r f 7 THE MISLEADER HYSDAYiI SEPT 24866 E11 L DAVISON JR L SHOOTING AFFRAY A shooting affray occurred on the road between Willisburg and rtham Springs yesterday Newell Hardin was fatally shot find his son Will slightly wound i The shooting Ttfis done by the Crouch boss Particulars Jr9 meager but the the trouble iisadf have come up over a ft9lpan No arrests have been ported t THE free turnpikes over in Anderson county are playing Qe too in the loll gate raiding cihly they hare not beeEo long about it as have ourWashington f county worthies In two nights fStijey are said to have destroyed all but four out of 25 gates in the bounty A special JromLawI ience6urg says that the citizensi of the town and those in fromll t the country do uot hesitate to condemn the action of1bemobI and are hoping that justice in I some way will be mttsd out to these law breakers Under the circumstances though citizens fwelf as the authorities are powerless to act The threats against some of the keepars ofJ fthe toll gates were of such a j fierce nature that almost every OnAthinks it suicidal to take an J initiative step in the matter At f v f two gates the keepers were told I that their houses would be blown 113 with dynamite while others were informed that they would be hanged and still others told that their homes would he fired J itforther attempts were made to Collect toll The situation tbere is similari i to the one herO Free turnpikes have been voted but the people have become restless Hat the laws delay THE lon expected fusion between the free silver Democrats A lfnd Populists in Kentucky has rr at last bten consumated The Iopulists get two Watson elec I lors but no congressional divis ionPbe fusion agreement has Ibqen signei by Chairman P P Tdhnston of Ehe free silver Dam- Mobratip State Central Committee The Kentucky Democrat who V slor Bryan in November-J Wjlf nave to vote part for the f straightj Populist tiiket nomina yotejelectorsand two Bryan and Watson electors IST tc = J 15JTis said that Messrs D H ISmith and David R Murray DtmokCongress 4n tUe Fourth a stricthnve toothe State CentralCommittee and- Iit is also said th t the committee will try and get them bOth and puanewmuon Bdthotho 1 bdvereports may be truebui Gdolibtit REV PETER VINEGAR an ec centric preacher has a5nounced that bo will preach somewhere ilp itMercrconp from th Subject vHeUat tho PolLQatosI lye would suggest that he be in- Vited to come to Washington or Anderson connliee and get drew pointers from reaUifo 1Sr 1ft rP E HILL f I FtB iftt Kular Corrocpondont L Quitewdrotith is prevailing here SI litt this tune Sutherlands mill has Buspemloir operation causing preit incOnvenjencot the peopl of his Yicihityi rL Mrs Tobin lled at her home n i lew Jfoiles fiom lljis place Friday p t lVQ cpU IS She was a uevout CathnhcI cdt1 i tbJatSt leSuLliyirJIg J fi3dr fl1 n t a r f Tbe bercisedfathily havo our sympathy Mr G D IJodine has been offered a position as assistanttcac1loril1t the Chaplin school and will doubtless acceut The school will be fortu nate iin securing the services ot Mr Bodme tiS we cab heartily recommend him as n competent instructor Mr Charlie OBryan soldjto Mr D B Sutherland one hUndrei bushels of corn at twenty cents per bushel Wr Rn Murphr the welj known tbaecongent cff ths place is in Louisville this week arranging some business with his warehouse Mr Robert Orume shipped one hogshead of toiacco Saturday Mr Abb JJird of Roskport Ind Ii weekoit We attended tho debate on the financial question at Ilardestys IluhtTheboth sides Among the speakers were Messrs JU Hays T B Mc Allistor and G T Rusell for Free Silver H R Crume Johnnit Gheatham and Wm D Arnold for the single gold standard Services wore conducted otftt Zion Sunday morning by Rav Char lie Prather of Chaplin James kindredI of thnplace tool a wagon load ol broom corn to North Fork last week realizing three dtllarp per hundred Miss Emma Barlow spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Lube Kelley of Pleasant Grove Miss Ella Woakley spent lat week with her cousin LuBe Grigsby sear Beechland On her return she was accompanied by Misa Lule and Prof James Grigsby Boy Tinsley the1 state evangelist tor tie Christian church s conaut ing a revival at Chaplin RevWT Eclar of the Metho list church is attending conference at Somerset Mr Ben M Pile sold to Mr J A Allen of Bloomfield eleven feeding hogs at three dollars and fifty cent per hundred Messrs W H RusseiranilUharire Semoucr are ppetiding The week al Danville and Harrodsburer Politics are the sole topi of of conversation at this piau Ever man we meet can spare time enough to explain the financial question There Is more catarrhIn this section of tho country than all other diseases put together and until tho ldstJpwycnrs- wfl9 supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it local difonse and prescribed local rem elI iJ and by constantly falling to cur with local treatment pronounced it in curable Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment HallV Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Chenoy Co Toledo Qfjs tho onjy constitutional euro on tho market It if taken intormlly In dos s from ten drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho sys ern They offer otto hundred dollar for any case it fails to core Send foi circulars ant testimonials Address F J CIIKNEY it Co Toledo O ja Sold by Druggists 7- 50aCASTORIAI Par Infants and Children me ct hoIgc KOT1CE TAXPAYERS Your taxes due the county and State for 189G are past due ano you will save further cost and trouble by paying same at onqe Respt JohN T CRAYCROFT Personal PREE 64poRO medical reference book to any person nfllictcd with any specie chronic Or dolicato discaso pqcnllar to their sex Address tho leading physi clans and Anrccons of tim United States Dr llnthaway tt Co 70 Dearborn street Chicago Worth its weight in gold Sutlierr lands Eagle Eye Salve FOR SALE As tho surviving partner of the firm of Marks Pros Ium offering at private sale ono firstclaeajSO Ilorso Power XJircular Saw Mill anfl longing outfit one pair big muter etc Aluo lipuso end lot in the town of SprinafieM For particu lar call on rao at Marks Greene Lumber ntSlringfiuldW K MARKS fIf you rfeel weak 5and allwornouttrikeBROWS IRON BITTER SS j i FALL AUNODNCEMENT OFSNEW GOODS r New tine of FALL CLOTH INGthe Nobbiest most Styl ish and best fitting Suits and1 Overcoats to be found in town HATS L A new line of Hatsthe latest bhapesjustj received You will find prices as low as the lowest FOOTWEAR SHOES the best of wakes arid the latest Styles for adles Men and Boys We still lead in Gents Furnishing goods DRESSGOOD We have just gotten in our Fan Stock of New Dress Goods in the latest designs and trim mings to thatch them CLOAKSSETC Tfe are Headquarters for Ladies Misses and Childrens Cal es and Jackets and MILLINERY Goods now stock arriving every Jay CORSETSJust from Wow York a full line of Corsets from 50J up The best Corset tve offereU for the mone UNDERWEAr Our HA i of Underwear is c im plete All at prices to meet th times = JG Mansfield LEXINGTON October 6 to 16- KENTUCKY T LB ASSOCIATION THE t I Worlds GreatestTrotting Meeting- 753000STAKES PURSES duy1hlstdnyJteatl dayrhetlaythoThe shIand 4000 6th day 2000ilhdnyTheZOOO8thdoyGreat dayFho At least 3 Great Races Dally THE CELEBRATED BcllstejtBallenbnrg Band 5 Great Soloists 35 Performers = Half Fare on All Railroads Proffraininc on Application H C MtsDOWULL Kl A TIPTON frcs See The PIeIdof Waterloo The modem Belgian peasant attacks the visitor to Waterloo with Immo era tion and demands English silver most persistently Tho conductor of the char abano which convoys you to the field sturdily claims backshccsh for the sole service of having relieved yon of your fare From the moment you leave the station until tho moment you return you are pursued by a crowd of ragged ur chins howlhig Cbarito at the tops of their ugly voices or insisting on the purchase of the most ridiculous memen tos At tho gates of La Hnyo Salute where the brave Germans fell to a man after havjng exhausted their ammuni tion a farm girl invites you to enter and then bars your exit with a belated demand ior haIfa franc u visitor At Hougoumont the have learned tc prove upon this A lady makes terms with you wfitlo yon arc at the gate for admission at the rate of half n franc- e ch but this you learn to your fits gust on your dcparture docs not include an additional charge of half a franc each for the ncrvice of the guide to the farm from whose clamor yon have vainly endeavored to escape during the en tire length of your stay Such in sober truth Ii tho condition of the field of Waterloo today What it will be when the railway is opened and the dejected battalions of the personally conducted are poured out on it is one of those things it is better tOBuspect than know Pall Mall Gazette a f PERSONAL GOSSIP Jeff Davis is candidat3 for congress in the Fourth Ark Jsas district Hart A Massey orTntoho dJod recently divided a fortune of 050000 among educational institution Calvin Flint of T illiamStOAVn Vt vho was 88 years Oldllast Tanvryhasp- I1t 40 cords of tough flrow1od this viiit9 3- 5 A S W1FT Atl1Jfl U1tES EDUCATioNAL CIRCLES EXCITED VER LIGHTNING ARITHMETIC An Ohio Man Ha a System Vhtca He Thinks Should Da Taught In the Bctiool IIoGlvci a Nowipapcr Man Some Illus trations of rils Mctbid Educational circles are in a pitch of excitement over tlia Introduction in the public schools of Chicago of a system of instruction in whut tody be termed lightning arithmetic ilauy of thoeo interested maintain that tho proposition is impracticable tho theory that only such persons as have natural arithmet teal gonins con be able to coo to ndvan tago any sort of rapid calculation The inciJent and tho attending interest led represeiitativo to make some inquiry into whether or not there is any movement to introduce tho new system in tho schools of this city Although it is tho subject of not a littlp discussion among the teachers of the city no steps tl in this city tnkenI is connected company Mr Hinklo has been in tho mercantile busi ness for a number of years much of which time has been spent inthis city and has been regarded as ono of the most rapid calculators in the state His- work has not been on tho fancy ordx r but straightforward use of rapjd methods in practical business Having seen Mr Hinklo addi subtract divide and multiply long stsof figures in billing out goods of all sorts as fast as his as sistant could call them off to him and lin 500 pages of ledger accounts having made not one singlo mistake ThoDis patch was interested to know whether the system mentioned in Chicago was related in any way to that which ho psed Mr Hinkle was found most enthusi astically interested in tho method and quickly remarked upon being naked that the supposed now system was iden tically tho same that ho has been using for 25 years Indeed Mr Hinkle has been for a number of ycara thinking riously of making an effort to have some of the schools tako it up as a part of their course instruction Speaking of tho new method Mr Hinkle said Is tho system sound Isit practical Yes most emphatically to both ques tions It is natural computation and it is jut as easy to teach a child or grown person tho relationship of numbers as it is to teach them tho relationship tween persona Ufio lOO for tim head of tho geological tree of tho family of fig ures and it is just as easy and riatural to teach a child that 25 par cent of any amount is onefourth of it because 25 is onefourth of 100 as it is to teach him that that old gentleman is his grandfather because ho is his mothers Lather or that 12 f per cent iia cue eighth of any amount because it ja cue eighth of 100 as it ia to teach him that the curly head over there is his cousin because he is hia fathers brothers child Ill give you flomoerarnplcs ia short mental arithmetic for a change Say yon buy 80 yards of airprtTt cents CSK cents kfivccJRhtbs of 100 nveeighthH of 80 io00 Easy number yes Take an e llOMEny 88 yards at 62M cents Cvojoighthaof bOis odd three times C2J cuntt wLivhIai187 total 0l87i4 Say you buy 107 yards of dress coo3 at J cents C8fi cents is oncthira of itO oacthinl of 107 in 8000033 Say you sell 850 pounds of wool at 1Gf cents 103 is oucvrixth 01 100 onoslxth of 350 is 58SU H Say yon buy 100 bushels of potatoes at cciitij 50 Easy isnt it But if it were 09 bushels 40 cents you conldct do it so easily and yet it is no harder ifyou only mew it Say 00 times fiOisi450 less once 09 which is G48 l1Dnd it is no more difficult than 100 times Almost every child can do multipli cation up to 12 but how many older people tan pro higher than 13 easily Yet it i3 easy to go to tOO if ho ii a quick adder I think my rule for cquar ing largo uumbcra simpler thaii Mi Spoors way of doing it For example start at 12 Twelve times J3 ie 144 To get tho sqnaro cf 13 add 13 and 12 to Fq1Irocfi23 find 12 mako2522i to 144 is IOU Square cf H14 and 18 equals 27 add to 109 makes 100 To eqnarc IlliS end 14 equals 20 added to 190 is 225 The square of is 2500 To get square cf 5151 anti are 101 added to 2 equals 2 001 To square 4940 and 50 arc 90 subtract from 2500 2401 Tim square of 100 is 10000 To get square of t999 and 100 are 199 subtract rom lOOOOcquals 9810 To square 101101 nu1100 are 201 add to 10000 equals 10201 Tliis may look hard to some but when ono has been drilled in multiplying larger numbers mentally it is easy us falling off n house Some will complain that I have no right to say in 80 yards of carpet nt 024 cents fiveeighths of 80 is l50 that I dont point off a cording to rules Well thats just what I dont want to do r that is w1ze9 time is last With the drilling which o pupil would get prior to doing this work ono cf the impor tant things taught him would beto know that 80 yards a cents of fivcciRhtbsof80 as in this diSC wonld bo 600 anti not 5 or 500 cr 5000 which often occurs with pupils who Use the old rules for pointing off Oneis mechanical and liable to disastrous blunders the other has become intuitive from good drilling and is ii sum thing always There are legions of doubting Thoraafca tho most cf whom will not look into this closely enough to under stand iit Who will advance nil kinds of arguments against itr Ono of tim first arguments will bo that it would bo easy enough if people would buy and dell everything in quantities and at prices that were fractional parts of 100 Columbus O Dispatch INVENTORS AND PATENTS North Carolina has ouo Inventor to every 18597 of its people Thom are 4854 patents for the man cfccturo of furniture other than chairs 01 mechanical motors there ere 1715 known to tho officials at tho pMtout of Oce The inventors of artificial stone and the manufacturers of limo und cement have taken out 1150 patento Tho art of printing is covereu by 5833 patents either of machines or special devices employed in the work The young American idea is taught to shoot by moans cf 793 patents Issued oa as many cdacaticnnJ appliances r t t FOR 1 1 00If you pay now you can a ge youi County Paper the NEWS LEHDElS FOR ONE YEAR I t N f ManageieDl New FnatDKE8 lto Dress Hewsy lSPCy Original r Independent t And Indespensible vis itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be proud FOR 150We will send you the NEWS LEADER and the Weekly Courier Journal for ono year- NEWSLEADER and weekly Corn mercial for SltiS NEWSLEADER and Cincinnati Enquirer for 81 3- 5NEWSLAIt and Cincinnati TviceaWeek Commercial Gas ett for S165 Call for rates on other papers and magazines Come in and seous or send in your money to EItDAYI80 J- Rri Editor OTS LEADER Jj 4 J fS SEB F S t MELROY 8HULTZ J tFOIt i HARDWARE J l TINwAREJ STOVESII E 1 4rt ifJ iiSEE OUR NEW LINE OP Screen Wire Grain CJradieS iVeez e1 0W Cooler Preserving Efjtae FiJiE liiti i5 ir itSCaiis Eistol and Cutlery Country Produce taken in Exchange forGco s Ic LbS Tin Rocfiner and Guttering A pcia1tyS i ift See our STEEL RANGES and get owrpricoj SS J BUKTON JJEX n 1JOSerl j4 JL It BurtonCQgf BEt HAYuo Sr Manager ITndBrtakBfs and Fnnon Directors Coffins Gaskets Burial Robes Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly night or day 1 The seHicos of an EXPEEIEKCEK EMBALMEE giiuluaie Trdni a shoJlntembalniing liavc been eiignged j 0i j M nu rON I J W tf J liagan Bloi S iinrficJ l rc THE N RAILROADc IDizzinessCB HARMON THE LIVERYMAN Firstclass livery outfits New UggleS and lust and safe horses Jersey wagons and snrreys for ho use of excursion parties or Irummers The most convenient aitchitift and feeding place ic own MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY FARM FOR SALE My farm of 145 acres on the Springfield road six miles from town adjoining Gregory Bro on one side and Judge LHsey on the other Good frame dwelling large bara largo cistern and good well at house and all other necessary outbuildings Quarter of a mile to good school and ohurch For further information call on Hugh M Noeon premises MARYE NOE FOR RENT My farm situated six miles Est of SpringfieldI on the Springdeld pnd MackvHJe turn pike containig about 160 acres 80 acres go in corn 80 acresto for wheat or oats and the bal ance in grass A good dwelling and all necessary outbuildings MKS ALL1 Jl FENWJCK Fecwicli ICy Bnekfcns Avnlctv Snare The best salvo In tho world for l ittl IrtiJe fj fcorrs iiTccrs Ulecn SaltKlw flu in 3versf reTottrrlIhnppe lliania Ccllblalns conisj and nil skim eruptions and positively cures 1lics or no pay requfred It laguariintecdtd give per fNt 8ull raeMort or money refunded Price 5 contB pof Ioz at lluvdun A Itoli LrtsonsbragttIe IIOCDTSIEPSU 5tndlzostion Met toamaeli ClIroMmW IIROWNS 1KOX BITTEWS AIi dea1erskcopJt JICfrtB Qenul1cluI a r = Sf JtW I 5OcOne Way 11 sr C iLIIUUIU ON iz qiysli- ursaySept I i 24 99 twill sell to the highest bidder n the premises the farm oZ Behrj WUliam deceased c n 1 aining about 8QO acres ln a iWtt tate of cullivafton situated ncor Beechland Ky convenient tto chools and milll about eiglu r 4iniles north of Springiloldoij ru Waters of the Little ISvnU Kr tween Iho Lincolns Run tnrrv pike and tho WaltonsLtck turrpike and on a county road Tlirj farm will tie offered 4in twolr J lobriniDgthesale Toe first tract contains about 100 nicras of gopl hid fronts on tho county rqajfltaa a comforablo dweHing llimo JandRistaQliipOi acres ofr tooafartn land IISidencett r TatdooritlnKsgiven sod jjossession ghon Jauary 1 1697 This tarih will he folgtOJ1 iiScredit 016 liJ and 18ntrtt watoiinterest Tbos BM gti Listens on the premises sndjIi laUor plcBEuro iin Showin btma JInrmJoaver it Salei to begin ulQJCClck P 01ID fjLITS r l rl it 4 i ii kn ter When M a DilbIcrfti1 for isbo mi iih p Q1 J lIe t1t 5 I if5 1t r- b r TwTh k T tITHE NEWSLEADER 1 t z he THE NEWSLEADER fj kI1EVKUY THURSDAY UOKXXXG if r SPRINGFIELD KY 0 tjfO putVBAii Iaio jBIIt1L 5 1EErH 1 rt EXTR7kT1D I r A MTHOUt a ciI I i PJIN v 4 0iythe uso of Vitalized Air Gasj i v and a Now Method of nij own which leaves no bad effects ill J ArtUlcInl tcclK ofdlribteti giiulrsi 1 and prici 4 f JfJIJ nutiMiB MOIIK ntid CHOWXINO a 4 pct ktlty i FIRST OLASS WORK PiClCES KBASONABLE IIUZlKSt IIOICD DiMilIsrwIH J nceuiiy Dr ildcrHOIHccdur lJugi tun ontirn month prepared VIidt all kiiXdnof work Will Jl alit inuko iijpontmerta for Dr WildorH duyp frt Wed JofJ I r OFFICK Over Postofflcd 4 Main office Xo U Fourth Avo j ki LiRsILDEBnistjj g JRJFRINFHRflTII 4ICE HOURS i tcVp m VaTued Y3 ahd Saturdays VSIU1NG FEr4D KENTUCKY t TR J B R COOpJ1J R f OU HayJoa IS uab rtsOPdru1 Min St SPlU DR1 l BURTON IDENTIST VTEETH EXTRACTED1 4 WITHOUT PAIN OPFIOR Tlnpaa Block ocr Mansfield Hmullwo SPRINGFIELD KY Ji FORl1 THh c WeeklY Commercial r Free to ReadersoIVt11S Paper 1J Anyone Mending us in n snifter ptipc t this paper for otto year accompanied br 8150 the regular subset Iptiou prkt tu tho NBWS LBADKn will bo font free ol charge for onp year a copy of the LonlRvIIlD Weekly ConmercIala large 01columii paper tilled with more npwt than any other nustropolUun weekly kVLbsolutely Correct Market Reports J am1 87 years old nnd Imvo used about allof tho cough and lung remcdlca that ha beep sold during my life and forth benefit of the sulTorlng will say that I hnvo never used any renicdy that ojuals Dr Bells Pino Tar Honoy It j gives quick aid permauont relief In grippe iw well other coughsv Wokcop fJthi oar houso all tllo and would not ba J without It M w MA MifrcALKK ioa Fourth St Paducati rrJrMlc by JIavdon t Itobcrtson P r Sutherlands l nifc Eye Salve Cures VV McKenna Whiskey k rIV1 keep fir sale 8finybarinilraako a specialty of it for iamily and for mPlhcinul use tf GATHOMPSON 4WantedAn Idea = WhO can tidalof some to patent ptionr tdw thY rna7 bring veIIb VWr1U JORN k eQ Ptent Arsa P fe their slaxi lLaO d jIctlcrbudisd invstlun = iiSubscribefortbeNEWSPEAD I b 17a Ieat t h BOJTT0WNYou can get oysters served at all HertIldn mornIingICOL THOS H BULLTTT who Is a 1sound money Democrat is announced to speak here Zit the Court House on OctoberllthV HON WALLACE MCKAY Demo cratic elector for the Fifth District will speak at the Court House on next Saturday evening at 780 oclock MIsS DANNIE McANALLY and Mr Mat Montgomery both of this county came in to town and were married Tuesday Rev Miles Saunders per formed the ceremony IJA1 LAnGE crowd attended the sale at i the farm of the late Francis Walls on Tuesday Stock farming implements etc were sold and prices realized were generally goo- dBnvFE LANDS a very forcible and pleasant speaker of Louisville will preach both morning and evening at the Baptist churchv All are cordially invited to attend SprIn cleaning in the house is im portant and to cleanse the human system is even more so Neats Lax reguIForsale fiOc a bottle byi Haydon Robertson and Waters Browne QomIand sound money Republi can made a speech at the CourtHouse herelast Friday night on the political issues of the day He is a polished speaker and is well posted on the issues now before the people Mite W F BOOKEK entertained the 1JQ1Iy Ten last Tuesday evening withI a Leap Year party There were two prizes the first being tied for by Miss Lnlie Campbell and Hariy Thompson and the sedond prize was tied for by Miss Katie Cain Miss Zelma Thomp son and Dr Huber Hoard In the drawing Miss Cain and Miss Camp bell won the prizes J W ISHAMJ who lives eleven miles on the Spnngfield and Perryvllle road ofIon place The ore contains lead and some traces of silver Mr Isham thinks he Las made a valuable find and will have his mine developed The well was bored to a depth of thirty feet where a vein of water was strask which was strong enough to force Us way to the surface PJICFKSSOR RICK who comes very highly recommended as an instructor has taken charge of the High School as principal with Miss MagThomiaon on associate The attendance at tho school is increasing and there is no reason now why it should not flourish Prof Rice is from Virginia and an A B graduata of HamptonSidney col lege He is also a graduate Commercial college of the Kentucky Uni versity Lexington He is a teacher of experience and ability and a ploas ant gentlemanS TIlE lwe tyfirut Annual Fair of the colored folks was hold last Thursday Friday and Saturday at the Fair i Grounds this place It was a very sue cessful meeting in every respect the attendance on Saturday reaching 3500 The officers who deserve credit for managing the meeting so successfully are John Edelen Sr President LW Beam VicePresident Dan Grundy Secretary J W Hughes Asst Sec rotary Nathan Stevens Treasurer Lewis Crumc Chief Marshal and Lewis Edelen Stock Marshal DIED On the 18th inst Miss Nel lie Donahua in the 19th year of her age The funeral service and burial of Mios Nellie Donahue on last Sunday morning were of more than ordinary interest The sickness causing her tberlcaseI fall of faith and trust and seldom has one of her age met death wIth such Christian fortitude She was a noble girl giving great promise of usefulness The whole community was deeply moved by her death being loved and respected by all who knew herV The funeral service conducted by Dr Saunders at the Presbyterian church was largely attended and very impressive DUTCH Brown a little duckleg god negro who has been quite a farail mr character about town for sometime let his weakness for otherpeo pies property get the better of him once too often and as a consequence is now in jan with a good prospect of taking a trip to Frankfort It oeems that on Monday night one Clements who drives hucksters wagon came to town and had quite a rollof money with him which he took occasion to display vory freely Late in the cvon jiIng ho went to hIs wagon at Harmons WhenJthat be had been touched for some ty dollars The money was 1fiUyor8b his pooket book which about 200T 1uiVBrQt ru was suspected and when accused by Marshal Gracfo confessed apd said that he would go and getthe money He did go to a stall in the stable and get the money but instead of coming f6rllkertyIdollars was found on him It is thought that he had a partner in the robbery PERSONAL W O Reed was in Lebanon last TuesdayV Martin Spaulding of Lebanonwas in town Tuesday spontlEmmett McElrby was home from- c llege last Friday and Saturday Mr Horace Booker and wife leave Friday for their home in Little Rock ArkV J R Wharton and wife of Mercer county are here visiting friends apd relatives Miss Letitia Lcachman left Tues day lor Louisville to visit friends and relatives W D Olaybrooko will leave for Danville Monday to finish up his law course Mrs Richard Hamilton of Louisville is visiting friends and relatives at this placeV Brent Roberts and sister MIssi ODljwhereMrs Harriet Wheatley has gone to Bardstown to make her future home with Mr Henry EdelenV Mrs Dave Duncan after several PleasedlIand Bert Robertson spent the day at Big Beach Miss Jennie Hubbard of Camden Ohio whb has been visiting Miss Edna Hart left last Sunday for Lebanon whom she will make a short visit T I Mrs late Williams WILt OPENI1 I with a beautiful WIll have the Nobbfest tandmost Sty I i s h Fall atld Winter Hats Exclusive patterns will also Lave a nice lino of 6 Readymade Suits T JFGliEENES SALOONV J have opened a saloon onMain uflSMandlpatronstiling in my line I wlt keep nothing but the very best brands the market affords Will make a specialty of the FAMOUS Y LLOW TuNE which has he repuiaton of being the finest in the world Your patronage- soieited and courtesy extended FARM FOR SALE I npw offer my farm of 80 acres for sale It is w rll watered and m a high state of cultivation with plenty of fruit trees ull bearing For particulars pall on me at Springfield Ky JM MOCK Evils of the Coffee Habit There is au outcry in America end on tho European coijtiiieut against coffee drunkenness which is paM to be ond of the latest dangers A New York doctor who has made a special study of tho subject Bays his observation has shown beyond question that chrbuic coffee polsonincis much more common than is generally supposed Tito symptoms aro usually confounded with nlcoholio dis tnrbniicc because ooiTco dyspepsia bears n striking resemblance to alcoholic dya pepsin There aro the same disgust for food moniiug expectoration of mucous arid marked anorexia This disgust fqr food Increases in severe case until tho patient can only take coffee or bread soaked jn coflfca Nausea follows raid many of the othcrJlls that flesh is heir to Concerning tho same evil Dr Men dil of Berlin has published ft clinical study wbteh ia the most thorough yet made as ho had a largo community of coffee drinkers under his constant observation tho working women in raid about He found marry of these womcn consume over a pound of coffee a week Tho leading symptoms prOfoundfrequentheadaches doso of coffee would relieve them for a time when tho ailment would return The muscles became weak and trcm bUng and the hands trembled when at rest The victim suffered so seriously that they dared riot abandon the drink fOlfOfdCMhHOW6jau4 r aWJQt7tJ FALL c Announcements N N We are receiving this week New Dress Goods Ginghams Outing Flannel Percales Calicos JSkirtings Flannels Shirting Cot ton Table Cloths Underwear Hosiery and many other pretty novelties We invite everybody to come and inspect our New Fall stockV CLOTHINGWe pride ourselves in showing the most complete Iline of Clothing Shoes and Fur pricesdefycheap goods but we carry them as fine as any firstclas store could desire them Headquarters for Overalls Can save CorduroyPantsMens and Boys Clothing and Overcoats is everybodyWe wear Shirts Collars Cuffs and Neckwear Boots ant Shoes for EverybodyV Look at everybodys goods get prices and then come to us and if our prices are not buySpecialand also Monday County Court DayV THE LOUISVILLE STORE Originators of Low PricesV A 8IHT WORTH SEEING OUR GRAND DISPLAY OF DHY GOODS DRESS GOOD3V CLOTHING CLOAKS SHOES j CARPETS EtcV Vr call ynui especial attention to our stock of Dress Goods in nil vool Novelties Wh bluclc stint coloredranging in price Irom 25c to S2Vn ynnl You can be suited without looking furtherV Or Cloak Department most complete embracing all the new styles in Cupes and Jnckets and in nIl prvcce DEESS TKIMMINGS The newest and best Ti lr ming Department in ton We are show ing an elegant line of JJrafd3 Passamentries Velvets etc Hosiery Valid UnderwearV Our Hosiery Department consists of a full line of black and colored Wool Cotton and Fleecelined have black anti colored Cotton Merino and Caahinero Half hose We are selngu full regular llerms dorfstocking for 1 c3othcr houses ask 25c tor same quality Wo are fun up in Fleecelined Fleece ribbed anti Plain ribbed Underwear fur Men Women and Children Get our prices CLOTHING AVe oire offering Mens Chovict Suit for 8450 that nr3 cheap at 6 Suits for 5000 that are cheap at 800VSuits for 8750 tllatVare cheap ut ICOQVBoys All Wool SHits for 500VBoys Union Suit 8 00VVClilds Suit lit DOe 8125 8150 and jip Full line of Mens and Boys Ulsters SiokOvcrcoatsMaoliintoshoa SHOESVV We have the exclusive miIf DreuS elly Cos Womens Fine Shoes Helmers Betttriirnn Co Mens Fine Shoes Star Shoe Com pany lorsmputh Ohio Misscs and Childrens Fitio Shoes There are no three finer linesot Shoes made in this country Cone andace thorn We trust that all pf our friends will call and ve know you will he satisfied with yourself that you came prepared to do your Fall trading with up as you will find many interesting and many eavinjj bargains in nil lines ofV VVFaUijand Winter Goods that you maSrVnot find later cUtNIN GJIAll DTJNCANIV rr fLEAVER 51 4 VV1VV VVVV lt S DAILY Jii d I 4 1 m We ar now ijonstantiy receiving Fall aiVVintervi pods at LOWEST PRICES eVerknb 1 in tIiti court try Dot make a mistake in buying before fau see our BARGAINS We show you1firq icla jqtias at m ferioj goods prices iChildrens Knee Snits 50c 75c 1 to 3 t suit L S Boys Suits at Bargain Prices J iVMen S Suits from 350 to 15 pairWetofft v4ll l lx We have just received the targest line ot Shoes sbbwn here andBayStategQod wearin School Shoes for Misses Child rr and Boysat a moderate cost PV Jj Dont buy your IJnflertfear for yourself and1 chncfrefi uriflyoif ours A I Summer goods gd at cost andless VV VVVVV MqOHORD 0 ROBERTSON JOHN W cR0IV1BRo LEHDING Ll1l6RY1SN LeSXNONKV y STABLE Spslaing Avenue and ul3errySlrae t frrr GOOD 1II1Special Rates to l I Washington Country Trade Solicitedrrr j r SPRINGFIELD i p 1 SAW AID PLANING MiLL MARKS GREENE HroiDS r MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN i All kinds of Rough and Dreised Lumber La tbes Monldings UiL rags Frames Sh Doors Blinds Tobacco Hogsheads Cypress Shingles Acme Cement Plastorotck j i 0 VVVV Bill Stuff cut to order on Short Notice HIghestVCaL PruV paid for all kinds of Logs Gall and see usandgetiiricQV V t Office and Yard Jockey Avenue Between Main and KEipfc GREEN APPLES DRIED APPLES J We arc the largest exporters of dried rnlt In the world and the Tartest reciYCrSn4VVVshippers of both greta and dried apples la the state mid get the hlffhost market pricpT y otapntadosWrite C fthing la the grain or produce line tricty on cowluloVHERNDON CARTER COINCO5RATDVLOItIVIIIO KyV1 NOTICE VAll persons having claims against the fistate of Francis Walls deceased will present unjdersigned T V Simms Jr Attorney B F SiwMs FRANCIS WALLS F E KUHN Executors of Francis Walls Lightning Hot crops What a Funny Norncl Vary True but It Killsi All Paint Sold Everywhere Every Oar Without Hellef TJiero No Pay Sent It to His Mother in Germany Jlr Jacob botuon who in the our ploy of tho Chicago Lumber Contlcs Moines liva snysr 1 have jmit ttnt Homo money bade to my mother in the old country thaCT lcn nw from personal usa to bA tho Lost rnmlfefoo fn Slid world for rheumatism linvlng n edtL fn nrpj t1lalliswork Price a bottle MoST IN QOANTITY BEST IN QUALITY WORMSWHITES VERMIFUCEFOR Has led air WORM Remedies EVEYV UTTLE IUAUlTW seiA BT ALL sKirciexaTS larA iJox xxofasB rS tt LV1LV =Keittfl Laxutlvo c ires chrafjlc count petoflOcVs frttIo St flll drlggiataVVort Noat Laxatlvo Co LouisvIlle IcyV VVVVVV VVVV f VVV Cftpt SwfleiHiyV A San ItoCaLMysShlleh8 Outarrli Romc lylIV is Uio first niodiclnoT hnvo ov sr touuttvVthai would do moitngonLV1rIce5ot i o 2QO A VISIT a pliysrciiitt tee AVVV tIIIs SO Neats cent LaxativeV botUceIV WlItpnlyourEystemfnsrtxxl order ItVcurc TorpdBnAfIt5JrUnrlI r OneVaHpationUcadaciicctc YlearantaudVsafefornirngrjinnilscscK Accientific and reliable rctntrtjV AsVyeerdmgVirist for It Pull infortfliUorrftirnldie- UXAnyE Loiih4lIekyV EYE IiLti1VVj m4VV 1 TNT H gIfultfmmll HOTHill A SURE 2td OERTAlff Ca iknotvnfort5yoarssth B ST REMEfffr PILES HeLD rirnnl1mrfIitTs Prtnar5 tf XVOf urn ci ti LStTh i Wh Jn iflt Iwn MiddIaJMuV PaybuIIOnprroft IJIM ada- seread Uiatasah1Jcxtoe Oar Big Page CtQog sd RirOnMtprovfcstbatlta powlfcl WetsV r SK pounds 130C011Instrat e ei 4wciilM and telltb on JKOtprtceeOtIK arUcioyenythln5youuse WsI4 ii for IS C9tet Wt iwtf or tt lIeeII OP1Jt1toftlH1 eou II and leepO1teN T5QSI1SSV1fllllclt o MNTMYWAPDVVcO rke34ic ofAtehLI1Iu MiCkZ AveV 9I Rsv LiveVen tl re h e o Dt i 4t1 rVif TIi = r J Jzf LL 1J T A i 0 r r 1 z T1E NcWS L A DeAr I Ci I What j is I 1 t y Jt 0 fA t tt PRACTiCAlLY T f t PERFECT t PREPARAT1ONFoR i iiCHILDRENSCOMPLAINTSa I t f CSTO= R= IA1p iY J19 flir Lt A SEXTC RELATES sOME CURIOUS FAtfTS CONccRNiflT Costly ElonumcnU Erected OverX cad FnpiJIjy TfcelrSenUmentjil Ojnieri Po ctlcal Epltaphi and IHlJUcalTeiU Setting I orth the Virtues of the Jtepftrtod Toilet lnbs aro not thfconly luxury that dogs epjjpy in cornohSfl1u1an laud they aro paiupesixt aleo with cemeteries OthnorthwestcxioutkirtgoZ Lcn lon il1n fine old country mansion rnn 1indcd by extensive grounds lives mitt labors one of th wealthiest and vcterinarysthqonarcucmbeiof the royal family many pSrgona of titla and distinguished lead ore cl society ia fact his prl cirtUoxeoI handsome that ordinary middle class iccrjals cpmo afford to avail them ilvcsof liisservices- Ilo ia a dog specialist leaving all the xomaiudcr at lie cnlnia kiugdpnvin the t hacSs ofotbtr practitioner and tho fact thai he baS nuido a tiblo fortune justifies him crY1CmfOIt1 Biyeness And not oh y wilt canipe jpcciea when they bpirtfWijiaftd to bury thorn when they dio and tot bury them moreover With r tho most gratifying pageantry dud j dcconun Tim cameteiy reserved for thiipur pesols inn corner of a field eslsift but Iteiuginclosed byn Wril J Jdlt plantcU about with trees nothing tho interior iff visible either frorft his tholtUrouncIDgccunhy nipof the neighbors are aware that nOl n P of pulcher cit in midst cf them theI Some jf the dawgs buried here P1id an ttcn dint showhg tim red jiicyurer found dicdWnilo wo had ein under trcatmoutinhorspftal uiyouI j Slicy fUr but tnariy of oiri dicdiu Jhelrl own homes anti was brought as ranch as cix audse nn1i1tG to their funeral The licafislciiea anti monuments in a this Regular cemetery arovas large and often asjCGEtly usf any plap labnvo the average hum1nrJod and the epitaphs outworn are jiot infrequently quite as e3ldittIel uThiBCEo hero observed tho attend L wit t 1ngo t a particularly ceat and well kept grave with ft red inarM 0116CIWtntthu bead of it is vhere two f pug dawgs vreie buried They belonged Ho an old lAdy Who brought bin over vrith her from Paris fahd had em for Eevcral years and we were alvrays bo l lag called in to doctor cm though they were always Buffering from nothing but overfccdiujj At last cue day they were fcolli taken ill together theyd E eaten something as wasnt good for em and they pi dSbo was dreadful cut ap bcntteho couldnt have boon more if theyd been children and i nIJueatit 13b cotnoaeTory Jl W then on avis it end shot llYtt our gcrdoncr 25ihiK t rt4J1itI tt tiie tablet over the doorway Its deep r crd lineci rl bricks l1dyongo dowu I ftito itbyj ttftht ot step Theres lz k ftIrendyjUAQci1 a 1n the dCQryonJl see the I c migg rdfaaoa on tho stono that covers tim oig HIs lorQ8bips uncommon I fnd of hap davfgs ax2dvhenevern fresh I Jaci Us brought up 1CIe iuI the I Vaults crt cd for it Weve another I Vault like this which well come to 1ptcvnUy uly it belongs to a lady Dl yea 1 think I may say every itawg is tniicO in a btec of omo tra v 1tLn fair icnpcrdon of fau in proper 5V couns brass woantcd and every thiuB Youd hardly bolicvo how como0f the owners will cry nttIio fuueraU Itn I dit1 that ttt7 tfccirpeti hero 1 1nOij AH a rule theyve got incro ahot thtsort o tll1cg that Taeii Have lcarJy aU pj em come reg ular lot tim fiwt ftw weeks dth Wreaths mid bnncherfcf flowers hut the 7ulij erjty of cm begin to drop tliatxalfer a mcntb or tr Jtmc1Jttlicoa a dtrif j JIrIiid yozidx iJhnt1bt a- tI i JJ11Uff Jii fiffrc 1 i J- ff mgn est yearn now ana sue seems us sorry about him still as if hed been a Chiistiaii like mo and onto Another remarkable feature of this cemctqry is that besides tho names nnl agca of the dogs interred and in caanyj iiiEtances flattering records of their vir taca come of the tombstones aro inscrib ed with pccUcal quotations and inored ible as it may sound TitBits oven with Biblic- altetsLndou 1Street Iilhlu11 In Fhta1 Ipbk Dy the trect railway flitenwnt jlappears that there mo within the 1itytl limits 8lClmiles of stcetsncweccnt pied by passenger Railways ant 1l6J1t miles on vihich etrcct car privileges boyo hen granted but notyct tcctLITIm llatter itarn is somewhat surprising iuformaticn for people who have boon under the imprcKfiion that tho city al II ready bad utcnt ell tho street car lines a thnd use for There arc however some long lines especially in the sub l urbs for wlrich couucijs granted phill legca innny mouths ago some of thc under the representation that the pro jcctors were in great haste to build but cii which net a Bjroke of work baa yet been done Philadelphia Death LedgerIIII IFear death but bo not afraid death To fear it whets thy t ofIIII If thou canst endure it it is but a pain if notit is but a short pain fear death is the way to litoloug tobo afraid of dfath is to bo long adyiiigr Exchange MOUNTAINCLIPABINO POW People P2reicallyFltt d For the At inospljero of Illsli Altitudes thofquestions which ariso are mainly thrco Is it innocent Is it enjoyable Is it healthful To expect a sport qua sport yieUrknowlodge or gain iis to regard it from tbo vioug point ofviow Dulco t14 est dpsipcrojn loco wo must nil ieia sometimes and tho arguments which are used against mountaineering would go far to condemn all kinds of amuse meut l As regards tho three questions which have propounded tho answer to the first is easy Mountaineering is without doubt innocent and in the judgment of its adherents it is inferior to no sport in point of enjoyment The third question which conies more directly witliin our province admits of more lebatcICan wo regard i ini tho mainland for the nines x f tourists cafo and healthful amusement This 1t n qticstion wJlich Cilunct be answeredI without considerable reserve fications Mountaineering by wbicb we mean ascents of 10000 or 2000 feet tiud upward involves uiuoh strum and severo fatigue Tim strain Is first upon tho muscular system but it affects even moro importantly the circulatory respiratory and nervous mechpnisms lu seine persons tho heart seems to feel the tax most in ethers the KCITCUS Eystciu chiefly affected Palpitation and moantain Jiickncsslttbe latter in all probability a neurosis aro the two chief difficulties that beset tho average mouiataineer Its clear from theso considaraticns that mountaineering is not for every body There must be first of till 11Ul general physique considerable cndurauco and tho capacity for prolonged and continuous effort Eat it ia not eq generally understood that a sound heart musclea well developed and well exercised myocardium is indis pensable for nay considerable ihpuntain coring feats Hence nay suspicion of structural heart disease is an absolute copoitattnrnllysoondbnt and in good condition Hence sedentary livers who for I months in the year have na regular active exOrcise choud sot employ their holiday 1outhi mountaineering Tachtiug or fishing would much safer for such and per haps not less healthful Many Alpine accidents havo bcqn the result of neglect of thievery obvious yule For similar reasons mountaineer ing should bo aschowbd by persons in middlo lifo who havo not acqaircd tho requisite training in youth and oven thosojyho in the 1 vday of their early enjoyedIoiiaoian Alpine summit would flq well rgarc11eghdaizr c1Jt l tl HK ycuiM v iiuiu huuiu y ti lumurvoi eyBteniisindispcHsabloforraonntaintCi1 lug but it is diffionlt to say anything pieoiso on this hoed Kenrot fo iiidiyid uals not onlyclimb badly Jaa nulo but they ilb net benefit by the njr cbpvu a certain moderate level A certain cool nossof nerve is necessary qualificatio for the moa r nficeuts which iuoltona tunl danger danger usually uvoidRJli aadspldoral cstrcnie but not lobe light ly fcrcoputcred by those deficient iii steadiness and self control Mauycf the dangcrc of mountaineer thopopulnrimaginationl easily avoided Thus blindness jj notnt all of rcquoijt cccnircKce isall most CQafiaed to prolonged exposure blazing can updi snowfialds nuil i usually successfully averted by tho use cf colored EpcctaclegBleedinK ftbcjithq nose cud earsVhich is dC8crib9c1 bylliP early explorers ia practically unknown at least to any serious extentacthe present day Frostbite and Bunburu though npfc uncommon aro seldom yore Perhaps the most frcqncht ground cf attack upon mountaineering sltspresumed perilotsness Accidduts are no doubt frequent but it ia certainly IrcjIboon eujtgeatttl that it was the work of aniTjiis somewhat mystic remark was rcado by tho Irish attorney general in reply to n qucstioa about tho desirabil ity of preserving tho Giants Causewayx In itself one may be inclined to dis pute the attorney generals preposition that nothing can bo ancient or monu inaUFis comparatively modern wan whose noblest works uro comparatively so trivial besidotno more enduring moan moats of creative energies greater than his own And though he attorney general was of course speaking in a legal sense the point wo have indicated suggests a real defect in tho law Wouldit not bo pos sible to extend the protection given to ancient monuments to natural beauties nail natural marvels In some other countries attempts hayo been juaxlb iirtljat direction ud this is abram of land nationalization upon which mnuy even of tho lensLc treme cf politicians would look with favor LonHnn News In a recent letter to tlio mautJaetjtreri Mr W II1jtHfiiI editor of theSpec tixtor llushfortll X Y says Ilfmny a IWHIUC tto know the high esteem in which lianibcrlahi4 nindicincs nro hold by the peoplOot your own Mate whoro tlioyinwst lielMjst known An aunt of mine who resides at Dexter Iowa was about fo Visit ino n four years sfneo and liaforo leaving homo wrote inot asking if Ihey were guM here stating H ttwy vcro not she would hriin quantity with hers she did not like to bo without thorn Tito medicates referred to aro CUnmbor its1curcspains in tliOKHlo uncl cheat and Cbani borlains Colic Ihulcra antI Uliirrlioea UlIlclly rr bosCai coniplninbi lbesc incilijinfts hayo boon lit conattiut use in Ivit for aUnost t u uartci o f a century The people havo Imirnetl tlmt they are articles of grwit worth nnil merit antl ynlo 6Jl by any ofhur f r4vA AhAvV 0fo l t 1 FRE1E Wo have mndc airongcrncntP for n limited numborot vear IjthejHOME IDEAL ItAn illustrated monthly mnpa p zinc published at Chicago n nill 0 A containing Stories Sketchest 11anIl everything iuteroMing for 5 the home 9 y For each now subsoribor to t tthe NKWSLUADSU who pays One Dollar Cash in oilvnncc g Iv we will Bend this inigczine to any adtlr i3 An8LUPELY Fit v 4 Our number is limited ind S first come first served C 4 vJjio J E LDPIV1ON JR f punrrsmm i i4 1 OI 0 f A V T ys f1qf s ANIMAL MOTHERS Qcctr Vttii In VJilrfi They TaliO Care of Tttclp Yoanff 411l dumb animal and insect mothers have certain ways of takingcaroof their babies as well as our mothers do of ns and BOiiio of their ways are vciy iaeer At my praudruothcrH there was an old that lied five kittons which abe kept in the hay in tho barn Ono day of tim kittens vrcnt out on a larJ d beans that extended from ono end of the barn totliG oilier audAvhch ho reached Iheraiddloof it ho began to be afrcfd and set down ou tha beam mowing pifaoualyi Ho was so far away from me that I could not reach himnnd did ndt know how to get him down Just thou thirmelier oat Onmo up nprlpurred and nieWod ohim telling him to wait un til riliocatep Sub onttp v1meelfVlmn 1c1n1tIleuiont vaa a l fast Wt pJi ff lam np w ncr motttn nan carrica aim barf iao thio Jiafmtofdaner Ono day 1 waa up in the utile and I found on tim oeilini a paper wasps nest I tcci it off rriil found thaficvu empty 5her6 were also eoytnt mud wsspjj iitsfsanil upon opening some of them T found flho htuoo in one part cf the nest and tlo tcod hich was uoth iiicr but little vycrrcs and iiiWQls pack ed togpther in another port I brought the paper Araspa nest to my city home but not laud uwte The turtles do not take mucli care ci their babies They scoop aThice in the sand anti lay thoir eggs end then coAc them vp Tfio float of tho sun hutchw them nnd tiro young turtles have to take care of themselves Ffegg lay their eggs lit tome warm plncoju tho water and gaston them to rcCl11 cattails or somoeuch plant mil the warnith cf the sun hatches them The eggs ire hi a cluster mid each ono vrhieh looks liko white jelly is about the size of a iccll pfa end hu a littlo rpumT black spot in the center I found some cnco iuidjut them in u jar with water in it and InrglsuEsI warm place After eevcral days each jellyUhotmbetxmtco ofI lack spots to keep them from injury 1hadinto frogs rs they died before tliey ereI hmslcvrn The potato bug lays ita eggs on tho underside cf a potato leaf anti when jcniig are hutched they intro tho Ithe to cat and the mother does net o to take caro of them Tho eggs arc small unit cf a bright yellow cplor I have seen u prcbt na uy of them ou ouo leaf INmr my grandfathers there is a with VfillovH growing on tho eGged it One day Lcaw two kingfish ers cu a limb Cf Gao cf tho trees and tho mother bird sitting by tho eidoof themIShoxvas locking steadily iiiito the Suddculy fiho darted down llute tbo wateiRud in a minute ciuno tip with a fish She took it to t1th littlo birds and 3IThe crabs have their homes uudcr Inrgofitoncs This la the way I found nftlIlor a crab I did not see any lint discovered n hole that seemed go undtfr some fiiiialltr stones I taok cp tho smaller fitoncs but tho hole seemed to go still farthcf As I vcff looking into it i saw a hit crab come cut followed by toBumller Then I know that this la tio waythoy live Philadelphia Times HFS NERVE WAG THERE Tub tort of CcntIjoU Wasndrcilosf but Eo Ullnt Knorr IL The Hawniinn Islands cro almost as well off ra Ireland St Patrick drove all tho Tcnomontt juicets and rcptijea out cf ho Green lsr tint tho IlawniiaHS claim that tho reptiles and insecta left Mr Doles djohiniu in uc sense cfI lcn word poisouobs Pccplc who have pajrticnlar dealings with vcncmoca insects imported from 1011IcalVery fn qucntly we receive cciisijjn meats of tauuuaa and pineapples pack ed in dried gi3T8 and leaves III taiutj the frcit rem tho Loses itianotuuiviu mon to find a big ccntlpcd1 crn hug along the rtlk between tim bmiaims doing his but to get need tj thIS Cull forum climate nffcrscon I was opening a box 1One us and ptiBhcd my hand through to get at thofitalk fIt around for a frw Bwriids and tilOe lit could fetl sociuthiug moving nrohud ou the Unol Cf my hum I had often heard of iir seuco cf centipede in fruit shipments I carefully withdrew niv hand co us to niuko little commotion as poesiblc Imagine uy mnpri nluiin to eeo n five inch ccntipcd onorI ly cnvwliLB op uiy aria strike it when n frnit packer standing iicsr by varucd me to nmlio no attempt to jet rid df itJUt to let itcrawl off at its leispro I had fcrgottcu tho fact that they were not poisonous audi know I got us white ns n sheet believing every moment that it would sink its claws lute mo send its powerful poison through ray blood looked at it with fear and rein bling betdid nof daro to mOve u mua cIa It ljfe l its lmcadmuiti deemed par fcctly satisfied to tcuiaiu whcro it wns could hardly restrain myself fromI making a quick motion and off but my companion warned me again and again to kcop quiet All I feel was a tickling cousatiou conldI kliuy increased uUI1I was nl iJlit to faint with suppressed Finally the ccutiiicd lookcd up at ray sleeve nail slowly rondo for it moving rll the legs in nnigon Tho sensation Ly thia time was unbearable and I fear cd would bo uuublo to remain calm the 1lIya few iiiord srconds ovcry one of which fccnIQl Inn hour it hud settled itself corn fortably cu tho fabric of my clothing mid with a motion quicker than I was ever known to make before I routed it with u stick and sat ilowii perspiring from heed to foot It was tho mot thrilllnjf experience 1 ever figured in and it annie mo sick tho rest of tho day iVy companion begun to labgh as though ho would die of rtcrrimrut but I caw nothing particufarljr humorous in tbo situation You are crazy ho said beget frightened over a little thing lis that Do you know that Hawaiian Island ent tip da are net poisonous I told you tq KCfP qui t just to how long your nerve would last If tho timing hail sunk every claw it had into your llNhlit vobld havo only caused a little swell inij and nothing more I have hnd rev oral if them strike mc and I apply a little ammonia or salt water nail cure it up lu half an Jipar1 sSan lirau iiciOfl AL1eKaItsd Shpfp xm I dont believe you have been Inside a church for six mouths Pblatz thats unjust Qulythrec Suudeys ago I spent an hour and a halt in the vestibule of one of the finest churches on the south side vrbon I was nrt rirlinn on rov wheel and cot causrlt in a J5hover Blame you1Ch1cagoi UA In tim bvuaan flnbjtct tim brain ia the anQtwoutyrighlh part of thft whole jjodys totiro vj4gljj Inthtvhqrscat is motbanoilefo rhundredtlm port y 4 t it kj llTURNINGaRAY e WITH IALDNESS The DangErls Averted ly Usg AYER9S1JAL VeOR Nearly forty rears ago after some weeks of sickness my hair turned gray and began falling out so rapidly that I was threatened HearingAyersI commenced using this prepara then and was well satisfied with result that I have never tried any other kind of dressing It stop ped time hide from falling out stimu Intela new gtowtl of hair anil kept the scalp free from dandruff Only an occasional application is now needed to keep my hair of good natural color I never hesitate to recommend any of Ayers medicines to my friendsMrs II II HAIQIIT Avoca Ne- bAcers Hair ViB- t ronFlhntD ny JJCAYEfl S1 Avert Snrsaparilla Jlemovct 2iinpleg Now iis the 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