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mothers hloomersupj OfBtovoplpohatsa pall Sallowed a lilvjcythoi boes and all And never lufnedti hair But nli alas the fato ho mot For irucli thogodsprovMol- IJo ate some bread thatMary made And then laid down anddicd 1IDrrod burg Iciiipcratr IT LITTLE PREVIOUS The 11 Harrodsburg Democrat pub Ished last Friday contained tht following little jj lly about her own god citizens and a little ditta Washington county The free turnpike Tegula tOts in Washington county have again actively and flagrantly asserted their power to destroy property and iniimidate citizens Thec Erts to bring them to jus lice have beouso manifestly in sincere that it harr embolbened the transgressors ot the law and has encouraged a feimilap out break in Anderson county An derson and Washington counties are both neighbors of this eJun but the De ocrnt has confi lenco in the conservatism und respect for law of the men f Mercer to beHeye that they will not follow the anarchistic exam pie of their neighbors The Bcmoqrat was a little pre Pious as It irrnspjrcs for Saturday a fpecial appeared under flaming headlines from Hatr jd bur ftelJig tjf outrages committed by toll gate raiders in Muraer county 1 am anxioii to ce if the uuhOritiCs of that county will make any sincere4 etfuris to bring those regulators to jjustice THEAP ORATORY I dont see what can be thd fause or what tbo good people of Chip place have done to be treated so but it is nevertheless a fact thai duringthe present campaign the vcal seeker alter political truths hasbeen sadly imposed upon In the first place WQ have had very few visits from campaign orators who seem to be quite numerous elsewhere throughout the country and the lew who have been sent to us have been of the very cheap variety A llarge crowd gathered at the Court Houso on last Saturday night hungry to hear some free silver ospelfrom an Hon Democratic Electorjor the blank dis trict of Keutudcy from whom it was thought one might expect to get sonic now light on the all ab sorbing money question Instead of finding political teach er however we discover a third rate speaker of the overgrown schoolboy type who could talll about half as ranch about the fi nancial question as one of our county farmers whose only source of information is an oc casional newspaper article and beside whom our every day country town politician would beasaWm J Bryan or Joe Blackburn These campaign comnutiees should take a tumble and wake up to the fact that the yoters of Washington county know at least one or two things about politics and if they crtsend us some speakers who can tell u something new why they bad better let us alone and 1 miglif add that the managers are really in need of speakers that we could send a few from Sprinctieldwho can hold their own with the averagoS cKlNLBYrLEWI S G L U ti MSome of the Republicans of thi town and county met Friday vtiingandorgauizwhat is to ownasTfle McKinley vjir A rdIS flub Q lltea large Dnm of Republicans and Bound kiev men were on hand and enrolled theIr names as members Mr W A Waters was lectedS PresidentW O Reed tary and 0 A Thotnpson Asst Secretary The club wrH meet every Friday right A commit tee was appointed to solicit members and up to he present time the club numbers several hundred Branches of the club will be organized all over the ccfunty 5p 11 s OTHERS SEE Us TJie Leb jHanon Enterprise contains the ToIIowing which a sample of how others k ok upon the recent ccurrences in this county il sayi The Springfield paper de plores the fact that two of the Churches of that little city are without pastors Jupging from recent occurences in that locality there is a field for minirterial work in our sister county Pilis suggested that the mission boards turn their attention to the needs of Darkest Kentiiciy and giye the poor African a restS know many Washington coun ty people and most ol those with whom iI am acquainted are clover and corteous aud upright as any I ever met And yet there seems to be an elementas- trong elamentin the county which has no regard for llaw or order and the anarchial doings of these people arc bringing the county into unenviable notoriety and reia fact disgracing the whole State Desirable immigration pause at the bordora our State gives one startled glance at the scenes of disorder and destruction which would dis irrce a frontier settlement and hastens on to more peaceful fields If Kentucky is ever to take her rightful pined amon her sistor States it can be ac cqmpished only by the utatel efforts of alt her goo Citizens itiur ting to punfbh such ncts o violence and by a vigorous ap locution of the laws to create v wholesome retpect therefor WOMAN IN lTMr Wallace j11 MiKSy who spoke hero Un othernight believes that there is a woman at the bottom Of all troubles even political ones In denouncing the sound money Democratic ticket he accounted for Gen BuckLers candidacy with the rather original sugges j tion tbat the old Generals wife was the cause of it all He has a young and ambitious wife said he who is anxious to see her husband once occupying a position epitminenco The gentleman possibly forgot how inconsistent it would sound to j say that a wife should desire to see her husband put himself in1 contest which all concede is a hopeless one and all ihedistnc lion he could expect is the t doubtful one of being a defeated candidate nHATAQUA The local Chata yqua circle willbe re organized ou next Monday night at a metI- ng to be held at the home of Judge Jack W Thompson Books Tiaye been ordered andJ the society will open with a good membership The circle this winter promises to flourish to boot general interest and to grow in membership IT KIcKI wish jiciu would jSa make a kick through theI NEWSLEADER said a promi irenb cittisen to me the other day about these street lights They are not always lighted at tbrI proper tine On last Sunday night for instance when thel good people were going to church they were coiripelted to stumble along as best they could nth dark It was the light of the moo u but the moon was not due to rise until about 10 oclock an hour when all good people shoUld beinbrd The street lamp lightershoald begiVenan almanac so that he could keep upwith the moons changes and he should also be given a f hak infftip By the city authorities about these Streett Iamp3 Free Pills Send your address toil E Buiklon A Co Chicago and got a free sample hoc pf Dr Kings New tlfo Pills A trial will convince yon of their merits These pills rosy in ncUon aDd are partlcnlarly effective in the cure pf con stipatlon and sick headache For malaria aud hvor troubles theyhavo been Pro cd Invriluablfe They are gnaranteecl to be porfectly Mreo from over deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action butjby giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system Regular sizo25c per box Mold by Haydou tt Rob rbmn Druggists WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or rut sale or exchange inserted in this col umn FREE Farmers are reo quested to send in stock or crop items for publication Corn sold at tho Walls sap last week at 15 cents per bushel Tn the crib 5I ttFat hbga around the Perry villa ne ghbor1ooJ of Washington County ibring 8280 I t t People who know say that the Jbest pacing and trotting contests the world has ever eeen will bo decided at the Laxington trots Oct 0 to 16 4t t The scarcity of good looking good acting and sound geldings and mares fit for use by drivers of both heavy and light roadsters is becoming proverbial the Country over ttSThe celebrated BellstedtBallenborg Orchestra that will give daily con cdrta atthe big Lexington trots Oct 6 to 10 is the highest priced organization everperforming on a Kentucky track J Tho greatest lot of three year olds ever brought together will meet In the bg Futurity arid in the Kentucky Rose Croixi Fred Moody Bowman iLouise Mac King Red Vipsania Caid imiCa host of other cracks will try for the rich events at the big Lexington trot8lOct 0 to 15 i t Corn has eold in the Chicago mnrI j during the past weqk at the low eat price on record the contract rado dropping below the 20 cents for the first Limo in the history of the trade on the assurance that a 2500 009000 bushel crop is practicalFy out of the way of all possible damage from frost tt t Up in power county fow daya ago some boys played a moan trick on a farmer noted for his stinginess A Qouple of boys got a cow boll apiece andgo into tire old mans corn field shortly after dark Ho heard the bells and almost tramped Lis legs off hunt ing the cows and bawled himself hoarse by alternate calling and curs Ing I tISeveral tobaccj buyers from various sections in this district says the Bus selville Herald haw been in this county for the past two weeks locha tug at tho crops a number of which they bought One farmer sold his crop for 912 another for e14 and a third for 16 Some others sold for lower prices Never before wore the bnyorn iA the field so early It iis safe to say that all of the best tobacco will be sold before tho close of this month i t t Grain operations in tho west are be coming stupendous It is reported that a Director of the Chicago Great Western Railway who has returned from England negotiated a loan of 95000000 The money Is to be used chiefly in developing tho grain business along that line through the Iowa Developing Co which now handles IfsystemIf Minneapollst and possibly Buffalo and Liverpool T1 Idnr Boy Wont Live a louthISo Mr Oilinnn llrown bf 34 Mill St South Gardner Mass was told bytho i doctors II It son had lung trorblo fol1 lowing typhoid irlnlarlni and bo spent throe hundred rind eoveutyfivo dollar with doctors who finally jjnvo lihri up saying Yoiir boy wont live n ulonth- Ho tried Dr Kings NowDIscovely andlstew bottles restpied hittltb hoaltb l driabled him to go to work a perfectly welt riianl1o says ho dwes his present good Health to use of Pr KIHgs Now Discovery and knows It to bo tho bjst tq hd worM for lung trouDlo Trial bottles free at HaVdpn it Robertson lruuists If yoiir children are Bubjocb tp croup watch forth first symptom of the dis caso hoarseness If Chamberlains Cough llemody is glvnn nsnoon as tbo child becomes hoarao It wiUprcfrcnt tho attack Even alter ttto croupy fcoiigll baa appeared the attack oyn dtwavs lx pro Jnt bv11vli11t this romody If is also Invaluable for coltit arid rii3opiaR Ougb I SI10g Reward sio I pleaodtodisease tHat sclonco has been able to euro iIn all its stapes and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive tylatrrhrequires a constitutional treatment HailH Catarrh Ouio is taken internally acting directly upon the blood ard mucous surfncos of tho system thereby dc straying tho foundation of tho disease and giving tlio patlcnfstrength hv build iIncc up the constitution and assisting proprietorshave that they ojler Ono Hundred Dollars for any ease that it fails to curo Send for list of testimonials Address P J CHUNKY ir Co Toledo O jarpold by Prugglsts 75f NO WATft XO BRYAN Information comes from Cbs cago that oneof the foremost leaders in the Peoples Party has leaked concerning a scheme in contemplation to beat the Popocrats in the fusion deal This iis the way the game can be played Suppose the Populist reprts sentatives in Electoral College Insist that the Vc President be chose first and the Piesieett later Suppose that that tLe Tom Watson Populists say tt the Democratic electors you vote for Tom Watson for Vice President or we will vote foi McKinley for President I say suppose they do that Then what They have the matter in their own hands dont they f Bryan is President of the United Statesit will not be with Sjiwall for Vice President Tnc Democrats have betrayed us and onevback on their representa ions made to our convention Bryan and Jones are trying to use Watson hs a stalking horse to get votes for Bryan The fusion is to be merely for the oenctit of the Democrats they think they can fuse everything Ae have got into their pet and men tell us to step but into the old We hold the balance of lthe power and rather than be tbetrayed ourselves we will make common cause with the enemy Paducah Kv may well feel proud of some of bor enterprises Messrs DWil son it Son Kimblo Kyj write to the E B Sutherland Mcdlchio Company as fol lows Wo wnito this to Certify to the wonderful and grand good results froin your Dr Bois Pino TarHoney which Is bellirfg faster than any medicine we ovorBoIiU Tooplo wire never trudod at our store have heard of it nndcome from ndjoining counties for it cmcaso In particular is that df Mrs 3uiUh Wool dridgn of this place who was so alllcted with her throat for over two years that sho could not speak above a whisper After used tho rtjstbottlo Dr hells Ilno TarHoney sho could talk well s ever nnd tho caso is such a wonderful euro that her neighbors come in to see for themselves and all drorstonlshcd to hear her talk For sale by Hnydpn t Robertson SntborlrmtVH Jingle Eyo Salvo Is tho best ointment lu tho world for any and allkinds of soro oycs skin diseases etc Its guaranteed to euro bynU dealers Put up In tubes at 25c For sale by Hay dOll IWbntson Druggists Methods of the Campaign Ilnppjly this nlemorablb cam paign of 1896 is not destined to be gained or loafly the astuteness of managers Or tho sizo ot campaign funds It may faitly bo expected that thcro will be less purchasing ot votes nnd loss fraud at the poUt than in any Presidential election since the rcconstrUcti6n lperiod The so called campaign ot educa fdonMa the only kind tlidjt either of the great parties in tho contest 5s attempting to wage IThcro ha thus far been no damaging abuse of tHe candidates by theis oppo nents The freesilver men have quite generally treated Mr BtcKin r lley with great respect and considr eratiori JChe gold men have not perhaps intended tj bo malignant toward Mr Urydn personalb foi most of them know that he is a man of worth and character flat tboI havo boo ulfogdther too prorio to typify him by logical deductions from the Chicago jlatfcfrnti arid mako him out constructivelyan anarchist oridin general u danger oils character Toe cartoonists on inlmanyatta king the siljdf csiu1idatocith1l J l too njueb renomi The eirtoons i that are really effective and iihfluj entiai are tiLe ones whicli convey lesson with some touch of humor ISIonssoJar us it has been officially con ducted ubder the direction of Mr Hanna Mf Quay and tacit asso ciutee hasbeah largely devoted tto the publidaltpn and distribution off millions Of pipces of literature hearing upon tjje inoney question and the tariff questipri Public speaking lies nlfiQ of course been elaborately organized and provide for But the llepublicatis arc un doubt cUy accompliphiig more through the use ofptintngpresr than bv in34 meetings and oratory The silver men on the other hand while also making laageuse of the printingpreEsr are givJnitheir principal attention to public Speak lag and direct canvrssing They hav6 beeh distributing their printedd matter through tho West and South twoor three years1 past nod they are now engaged in ekhorting r andenouragi4gi their dcciples From The Prc gross of theWor1- dutOitoberRvew of Reviews Troubled with Khenmatism Bead This ANN ArbLisMDApriU0189iv I have used Chamberlains Pain Balm for rhou niatisin and luund ittobo nil that iIs claimed for it I believe it to bo Ilia best preparation for rhoiimatlsm and dcopSPated nmsciilar pains on tIre mar ket rind cheerfully recommended it to llip public John G Brooks Dealer in Boots Shoes Etc No 18 Main street READ vms MKKHANicsviLtB St Marys County MdI sold a bpttlo of Cnamborlalns Pain Balm to a man who had been suf l ring with rhcuinatism for several years It made him a well man A G McGiLn For salo at50c HIS NERVE WAS THERE J Thla Sort of Ceotlped Was IZarmieu brt Ho Didnt Caotr It Tho Haw1iifu Islands arc almost well off as ifcland VSt Patrick drove all the venomous insects rind reptiles out of the Green Isle but tho Hawaiians claim hat tho reptiles and insects left on Mr Doles domain are in no sauce of the word poisonous People who have particular dealings yrithi ycnpmcus insects imported from tho islands make tho same claim A local fruit importer said- Veryfreqnently ygreccivQconsiBHv i month of bauanas and pineapples packed in dried grass cud leaves In taking too fruit from the boxes ltianotuncom man to find a big coutipcd crawling along tho stalk between the bnnaiinx doing his best to get used to tho Calf forum climate t Quo afternoon I was opening a box of bananas and Crashed my hand through the ctraw to got nt thq stulkI foli around fxir a tar ccconds and tbcoght I could feel aomethingniovingaround qu the beck of iny hand 1 had often beard of the pr rico qf oontipods in fruit shipments I carefuHy vitijdrevr my hand eo as tom lo as littlocommotinn ns possible Imagine my Burprisoiacd c alarm to ceo a fiveinch centipJed eldw ly crawling op lay arm I was about to strike it when a fruit packer tanding near by warned mo to make no attempt to get rid of it but to Jet itcrawl off at its leisure I had forgotten tho fuot that they vrcro not poisonous and I know I got us wliiteziaashcot believing every moment that it would sInk ita claws into mo and send its powerful poison through my blood jbliugcla It lifted ita rhqad and seemed per cctly satisfied tto remain whero it wha I could hardly restrain myself train making a quick motion and shaking it off j litt my companion warned mo again end again to keep quiet All I could feel was a tickling eonsation The tiof kling increased and I was almost ready to faint with suppressed cxcitemcuti Finally the ccntiped looked up at my Bloovoarid slowly mado for it moving i ell the logs in unison Tho cessation by tills timo wcs unbearable and I f rof ed I would bo unable to remain calm until tho thing got entirely off jiy flesh seemed to shrink away as tho horribLe creature proceeded but in a fow moro seconds every ono of which seemed an hourit had settled itself cons ortably oil tim fabric of my clothing and with a motion quickeri than I was ever known to make bOlero I touted it l with a stick rind sat down perspiring from head to fOot It was the roost thrilling Oiporicncol over flgnred 1m and it mado mojdck tho rest of the day liMy compauipil began to laugh as tbpugh he would dloipf merriment but particnlnrlyht1moOtt3inrtLb You aro crazy bo saldte got frightened over a Jlttlo thing like that Do you know that Hawaiian Island cen tipcdsaro iiPtr poisonous I told you tIkeep quiet Just to how long ybura I nervq would lass If tljq thing had J every ClaW it had into your Hcsli it would have only caused fl littlo sWellflog and noliiiug more I have oral of thciii strike meV audI apply n little ammonia or tolt water and ifetip in half all hour i Siu 1frruG curetJ t ifltL The the nsrof all birds Is noted fdr Its hni iiislfilit t cloir and distinct n vision So aW t hoscf fjoraons5 who use NfUhprlitridsgEagltr Ff o j aiyot for weakfve fetyes sarnofraryllrd br gr4nnt j atet lids 1 rfclfijf i Ul don xt IJOVJ erl50fl5 Jrti5s5 r 7 C- GRANT RAIDED TH PAR Y- Divr tlio Gejutrnl sinCe Eroko Vp aa IterctUnx PofcorOame J P D LafianT tolls tboro Joinpoker story says jho San ITMCISCO Wove General bract onco fnteffercd in it J most unwarranted and arbitrary payIntuer 1tvasshertiydfter butt1fof Shiloh and wo Confcds w rQ leolwi PTttt bad rly down lathe mouth 1 waif 01 the ad iOoWighight r oniyfewac ttch other tmtil wo got tired of thc f fport then WP 8vAppetInowsperp oeffc gnd tijbacca A daredevil jorujg Yankee corporal walked right into ow J post sat down en a log ns tuJcon uri as you plcaso and naked na it wo Ipow how to play draw poker Did wel wJ rather thought we did Had wo any greenbacks A few Tired hepniled d8t it deck of cardf end we sat doAvn to play Pretty eden another yank came OTer fhdn another until tbze werasix ot them and wo nIL joined in cutd playea wide open same forgetting that the cruel war was not over Luck came My way and I soon fcaof ieverybody but the Yankee icorporal broke The cst were Eqsatted round blue rind gray atcbing tboBBiaowbcrf thero came thatngi ellIck ickd IoOkcrltip t- j kcttMyonrBclves undor1arrestl Mhl thajm geant Ohr come how sergeant tW h corporal bcganwhcn a horseman reine4 f up behind the guard and he conclwkti GcneraiGranrpy hOkeyl 03ielloe coats got up Joolfingliko aPlot of whip pro schoolboys and minted thclr toE mnndert who eyed them as Merrily arw ephini They filed in limit of thogmai t and started for camp When their baefcrf were turned on him Grant xciuqv df j the cigar from his mouth and WiIfcynical smile caked tho Cosfederafce nearest him Whqa Ahead Oh wo are replied the defender of the stars and bars lhOsd rhunps yooJ brought down hero cant p111 poker f Ultra bit But they cariflght general I remarked fitvo to oomctJntcs wtf Grant dryly and rcdeRway1 HOW PEOPLE REST Bono Itacea Sit ftndfxuDoTcftiWhOaOai era czvacitae KseeLp r There is wido differcac fn t1i6de v si ifollowed by the various races 6f world iii taking their rest It seems to rthe American that bytcrtbo mOlhattjisfoctory way to d91t is either to sit or Ho down but there ore millions ot man beings that rest quito B8 welt f quitoadifferentwoyS iTho most barbarona races ncltztix1 kneel when resting cnd loU 00 com jfort bJy that they Bleep in those ios tores as easily as an AmeziciiB does iibet pko lower classes DongthoHw r1oos and Boniq of the South kericanSicyOuckbigIn the next higher grades of chrUiza flion those positions give way to eittlngy with crossed legs This is the sitting y posture of the Muesulman rind the Pa tScifio island races oh is well known Itf some Persian hon6esj bpwcver it is not unusnol to the Inhabitants dy guests ranged about a rooin kn l gIagainst the wall Another step upward en the ladderot civilrzSticn brings u to chairs of vari oas fcrms A primitive chair cousistiEg of a simple wooden rapport A few inch a high isfonndin some parts ot Africa Then comes tho same support with a round crcsspieco which is Been irfi Guinea and theni pat crosspieca witlf two legs which is uepd in the tippqr Nilo country Finally comes the three and four legged stools and chairs some times in simple fpna and Eomctimeal handsomely jCszvcd which are jpand J among ibo oivilized races all over the world t In Egypt the fellahs retain thefes ostures of their ancestors tbo knceligr o he sitting the cress legged andthe dt ting upou tliQ ground with llegs joined All four date from the cjighteciatlC dyiiasty11 Ezcbong f tire TrnMiat A process has been broagUt fpcwarct in Sweden by dlniahfl Lof trasd for ezfrctiug gold cr mI t tromJJrClLC means of meltrdlead The proccsa cat r4it be applied to mineral mixtures ppataiH ing for example i oa ores linicsfrowc r bismuth native gold quaitz or liy tcroI would otherwise be unprofitable to worle them Tho method iovbrongMtfcrw A l fconsists in placing the ores in a bath ci melted lead keeping it as freezes jpeati J bo fromny coBtact wiUv the air Td gold ores vbiclicoataIni link or noiII moth cnonphcf the latter reWi ailded to i1d tithe melthif point ltwalloy as for ofi poeeiblo fn tMs way pto Venting1 oxidation f thU alloy acd io4 2ThcbatbinaGbnsobt i is flltczed iLrough a der tbeboi fpm of which fcousiah ot k pe lcrat 4 jsheet ojf metal covered wiika JaffT ii 11 i dsbesta pieces oft ioM wir and Mwl fidust Iir oe fwSIn weak J crsoB ke c M s IromjcHtlj hwtfml mt AM wrtJht delay M eotA Wfhemorrhage mar rnne I tlif Those whO Buffer ffom fo nwir of Heed tot sasomia ad ate MHniHi 1 iieizcd with rtol tMM bhtii 1ftlipald Avoids M far asw apgrf wide y toad 1 a bri tH OL uitlft bscnjso balj bM be takes so Tlolcntbodiir vrtiemrtt may poi tUTepetiiipaef tite iMfoenrtwiB a mnirig Wltai iasHy oM W itoiicd Blcediag it tIe Mbie Is Iba lail teU1i W wlOtiC wte a ern The esus fberitt i- ftISjre n idneys4 I o wZ1-I rr ff I S ji 7HE 4ErfSutJ= ArjE i i JY W t j f jf lr 1 f = a THE NEWSLEADER THURSDAY OCT 1896 EL DAV1SONNJR Jk J ROBERTA Chairman o- fibBepub1ican State Exqc lye VCQjcnuttee says the Constitu ti nalist has issued a manifesto r- incwhifjb be says no more div- isionpfS time will bo granted the IrtpjsllyefcDcmocrats by this njatty and bases his action vihe outrageoudtreatmeuLof onI Horn J M Atherfon Judge W 1 IT Holt and Attorney General r ayldrby partisans of Senator ilackbarn at thepwenton Jar lie goes oTto say The in II i suits to which these distinguishedl visitors Holt and Taylor were r rubjccled Moor the whole as sernbly had listened respect 2IutIy to senator Blackburn for over two hours prove conclu siively that the policy of our t silver Democratic friends is to r deny free speech in this cam agn =THE Stato Central Committee has ratified the nomination of D- VH Smith jas Democratic candi fdte For Congress from the Fourth district whiph was aboutp all it could have done under the t circumstances aiidMr Smith as now ttfalting his canvass The PoptilLtswIth whom it seems thatSmith is not popular have declared their intention of run- TjibfiT their man Durham through to tfie finish and will not lose Swflh tneir brother silveriles un l dor4he7 icmojratc ticket In- thE m6antirao Lewis js running oasy and to a man up a tree looks raortj ota winner than ween he waselected before WE publish jn another column tMs week an official call for an glection to be held at ltd date of theNovenJber election to t kea volepnjhe question of issuing bonds to the amount of 12000 Ic for the purpose of purchasing the turnpikes of the county now Downed by individuals The call states that this is to be done so as the roads can bo legally open edto the public free of toll The r loads arp already open and free- jofitoHto the traveling public- and ft strikes us that so rongS nothing is done to change the matter the voter will be slow to ivoto a tax against himself to get 5that which he has already even- iif it were got by foul means and r not by fair i ITins promises to oe a long hard winter in more respects than simply Veather conditions I aluI8chrinra raining op Aerations are being diminished owing to the presidential can vassand the unsettled condition- of commerce in consequence tliereof EleQtiop5we suppose are a necessity jjut they play- the mischief withjbusic sometimes A COMMITTEE Of the bes Clll z6ns of Bourbon county is invds jigit4ng Jbe free road conditions ibi Ohio = JfewB note If the com nytleo would come dojvn to jjbjscbuoty ino doubt siotne of our best cUizehs could give it pointers on free roads an dbo w to obtain them iH sptte M tbe middleoftho road Populists enough ofthe lCommittee of Thirteen were brought over at ameeting at In secureffusion in ludianaojhebasis of ton silver Dcmdfiratio and ilvot opulbt clectdits andtho witb congreslMf THERE was a shoffr- in r pln vtas wceJr One t ti1nn was faLlIU3 uUndcI an 3jQ t eHouly1heparLTe grc ctdIi soUn iri known ir JZ f 1 io1rit ti1 r Has ntyb dy been arrested t We think dr wev doqi think What is Washington county coming to anyway CANDIDATE Bryan whose physical endurancohas for weeks beepi the wonder of lListJlast said to be snowing signs of weakness from the severe strain under which lha has boen labor i lag He broke down the other day in New York awas compelled to cancel several opgago raents he had made for speeches Mfi S wALLis said to have been given the cold shoulder by all this silver managers since his arrival in New York He feels the snub deeply and iis said to beI about read to withddw butt will he SWEENEY and Muri ay tbe two candidates who were de feated in the contest for the nominationare showing thoright spirit and both are out making speeches for Smith tteirsucces ful opponent i MHPLE HILL From Onrt Retua dent The thought that has prevailed for the past irtonths was broken by a r1wo rain llast Saturday Mr Albert Bird QF Rockport Ind has returned to hjg home after a pleasant visit ot two weeks at this place Mr Wallace A McKay cf Louisville delivered a campaign speech at Maud Saturday eve Mr Mcltay was formerly a Ecboolinate of Dr J N iShehah and is ono of tine best known young men in the Stato M1 Louis Kirsch has returned from a trip tto Grayson county The social given by Mr and Mrs th rR jrigsby was u success in every particular Mu ic wus furnished by Grigsby JJros string- band5At 10oclock refreshutoiitS were served consisting of lemonade cake candies etc Our school 13 progressing nicely under PfoF WmBush We are proudoi the patriotism displujcd by tho ci tracts of thia county irwridling themselves of the toll gates While our county lias been the subject 61 much criticisn arid unfavorable coraraen by the press our people have only asserted their rights awl poin cllotit the Fact that the people are the rulers Lor every rightAre cnjqy tl ere is aduty Ve must perform For the righto hold and PJIJOV property wi must pay taxes ou the StlUfeor elso wo are riot entjtlcil to the pro tcction afforded law and society low iriany turnpilvb cooipnihes pay a tax on their stock Compar atively few We know that the lav qt reciprocity underlies tlie very formation of society this law none may disregard becauso it nf fords protection to flU persons vh o select employment tnat will be an advantage to himself family and the community in which ho lives liut when a person selects an em ployment or practicesa system that isleirimental his community a disadvantage to his noighbor and ijttands in the way of progress and Jpro pSrity ho disregards that ltiv which is tho very foundation oteo ciety and is csdcntiaji to its very ex istence Under the toll system our turnpikes Had charters rpeci ing tho condition the roads she ulll bo kept in A vast njBJonty of tho pikes IDthocoanty were not Up to their charter cun RSIwithout performing their duty by keeping tbe roads ut to the churtor Was that fraudulent Yes it was robbery Under the toll system our turnpikes were literally wprn out lithe companies wore Iiojiwsi and applied tho toll to tUoroadgl it Is evident dint tno tollsyatcm Is u failure in this COut1 ynmt l it conS mined our roads woubiseen bc como impassable f tliisie the case would lie bo a good citizeh wuo would nfosctp Burrender Jus stock to the county IIon tlie otherUirnai tl o money collected syl4imbOCbZtmflh1Ol bn one Iundnnd frxmlulerit on iho sItfuepntrJOtJsntI goptl oitfzens 10 tcnnOairti the toll Prtts W F Crd f i t FALL ANNOUNGEMENTI l u OF NEW Gi DSi New line of PALL CLOTBi ING the Nobbiest mOst Styl hQnd best fitting Suits and Overcoats to bo round intown MATS A new lino of Hats ihe latest shapes just received You i1lI fiad prices as low as the t SHOES FOOTWEAR in the best of makes and the latest styles for Ladies Mn and Boys We still toad in Gents Furnishing goods DRESS GOODS We have just gotten in our Fail Stock of New Dress Goods in tho latest designs and trim mings to match them CLOAiSIETC We ar Headquarters for Lad ics Misses and Childrens Capos arid Jackets and 1VHLLHSTERY Goodsnew stock arriving every ray CORSETS Just received direct from New York a full line of Corsets from 50 j up The best Corset ever offered for the money UNDERWEAROur is coin iplete All at prices to mst the times I FJY G ian field r 11 LEXINGTON October 6 to 16- KENTUCKX1 1 H B ASSOGIATIOli THE Worlds Greatest Trotting feting 75 bOO STAKES 5PUSESa t =OayThoIt4layOrwtyITiedayThe4lhdayXboAshlnnd OCthdayThedayThedayTheAt Least 3 Gr6at Races Dally THE cELEnRATnOc B1IstedtBa1icibllrg Band 5 Great Soloists 85 Fcrfovinore Half Fare on All Railroads PrO 1lmme ou Applicatloiu- II CMjjDOVELL En A TIPTON Pro Seo Tbo Field of Waterloo The modern Belgian peasant attoolar the1 visitor to Waterloo with iraiaodcm iiou and dcihaudli English silver most persistently Tho condUqtorof the char abino which conveys you to the field sturdily claffcwtwcksheeah for the eolo service of laving rcllpvcd you of yonr faro Froth cho moment yon Jeava Ihe station until the momont you return you arc pursued by rt crowd of ragged ur jcbins howling Charite at the tops of their ugly voices or insisting ou the purchase of tho most ridfcnlons memen IJ toe At the gates of LHay Sainte vboro tho brave Germans fell to a Win of tsrlijrvinj exhausted their nmwttaJ tion d farm girl invites yon to enter and then oora your exit with n belated flomtnd for half a franc a viiitor At Houfouraout they have learn d to froIprove upon this A lady niakes terms with you while you are at the gate for admission at the rate of half a franoI each but this yod learn to your gust ou your departure does not include an additional charge of half franc each for the service of the guide to the nlnIIfJ tire length of ymj stay Such in sober truth is the condition of the Held of Watorloo today What it will be when the railway is opened aud tile dfcjected battalious of the personally coiulucted arepohretV out on It is one of those thinks it iis better to suspect than know Pan Mall Gazetto SPERSONAL GOSSIP ToIFDavlsfa niosudidato for cengros in the Fourth Arkhsasdftiot hart A ideiaeybf Toronto who JlIrccontly divided o fortuuq of 8JCOiptf SamongOulvin iIJnt of WilHflnJStownlyt wowa88yoarmd 1nst Jauriary hcs split 40 cords of totigU flrowOod tibiif Vi i 4 SS iEcrxox NOTICE State ott lntucky- Wasliingtoh 451 r County 1 Sct ik J8 ptAtlS9G At a called meeting ol tIre Jusy tC IBO tliQi P6acT bchlDttthe Court House in Spfinaiiold Kyon Frjttoy Sept 4 1890 jack W hompson County ul1gerJcsiI ing af dJSYlnkcY1Lam Oary John IlarileRtj B E Carabron and W P Scruggs Justices of the Peace for said county being present On motion regularly made and carS ricil it is ordered that an election bo held and a poll openednt the forIl ofsaid county upon the question as to whether ornot the fIscal court thereof siall issuJ and soil thiq bondsoftid county to su l1nf amount nS may be necessary not cxcaedinc Si2000for the xIurp ot purchasingantl maintainJngtje turnpike roads of said county free otiuiito the traveling public Said election to he held as proviacd in the gunmetal election law of Kentucky and in tho manner prescribed by an act of the General Assbrably of Kentucky entitled an net to provide free turnpike and gravcfcroads upjnoyed AJarcn 17 lti9uV bytthe authority of which s itnctthia election is oi tiered The vCourity Clerk is ordered to prepare the ballots for Said election and ho vil have printed upon same tine ques lion Are you in favor of issuing bonds for the purchase and maui tainancucf thc turnpike roads 01 tlii3 countyjrec of toll to thq rraj cling public as lpjoyided in ihp General Election law of Ktucky5 See 1459 Ky Statutes and JJhn T Cray croft Sheriff of Washington County thereby ordered toadvorv tise said election urd the object thereof for at least SO Haya next before the day upon which eiiinojs tobe held in the Washington cpun ty NKWsLiiADEit it being the pa per hiving the largest circulation in said coutity and also by printed handbills posted up at not less thu4 tour public pjn ccs ill each voting procisct in s lidoounty itutltt the Court Ilouse5diors Scyattest Vn Book er clerk Jr obedionco to thoI forpgoipg fIf- at allof tlc v vring ircctiu d is Wsishington lJntioli TuesdUy MJ fly of Nov 1SS to tithe the sense of the ycitprs as to whotneror not the fi cf coizrtehahl isitta stud 8011 iheSunds of said county to such an ainoyui as may bo n cfie sitty not exceed ns 12COO for1hj pdrposc of purchasing end tftaiu taming the ttirupikd roathof fald county ff jo ot loll to the UaYPJim public Given untfcr my hand thi3 8ujt joy of Scspt 1800 John T Craycrofr v ShioriffwnshUo JTio Darlington VlH Johrnal says litprinHj of a popular petnt medtoino Vokninsr from experience tlwtClmin lx riain8 JoUc fJholoa and dlnrrtejOn Itometfy iy all that u daliactl for It aa on two ncccgttpjia it stopped cxomtlntfoB pnin and i1t4savcd U3 fniin nn uu tlmoly uravo WOOItIJ nut rest eni ovnr nijjbt wHhnut U InI tho house This ivtnKly unddutUodly saves moro pain mid suftrintsnn any othrr mod loom thtf world ISvory family should keep It in tlo house for it iIs sure to bo needed sopmir t iHfur Dlmlnf18fth t1dHI piIM In tho aro uriKJ bj Nw l iJjixatlvo AdK your druggist for it or send to Neat Lax alive Co ouisvlilP Ky The great hit mado by MJjjdor tho Polar Star Jas caused acpro t1o melodramas to cncorthccl froiC uty led ptacfcs IAtldns LawroBC anti Gcor WV7II son havo Leon engaged for pnnclpaf parts in James A Hcnies 51i ore here company Two sous of Hartley Ottmpbeil firt producing their dwd fathers old ptYlj anti rumor has it that they are making money with thorn IEc1nttIlC1 Collier will iilsy Mark An tony ia a duatiou of OleopatrjUV which Aloesra Pitzpatrick ami Ober will scut1 Outho rood Duo Jaiouo n mJSmbcrfOf Do Wolff IThpvorsconimny was recently tskuet froai n waterytgravc by a daughter of Merry the groat EceuJq artist Lewis Morrison produced Frederick Drytona new play Tho Indian in Halifax Judging from press com mouth tho play tcocod a enccosa Mr Morrison appeared a dual role twia Indian brothors1 TURF TOPICS Alcidalia is now the sensation of the hour JuNeiy England v Vy Lust ycar5 faebcolt LarabTc 3jl2 Jf vrfll uot borOfebd tliia seawo Tho faIt Pennsylvania stallion Wil HanxPQUui 20iU has been aliulf this EoasDuiyiJOSij fled Bud 214j f trotting aiM 2 1QK pnoiuc Juts boon allowed to ft urn ttiiotrott1naft Oliarl s Mitrviu thd yoteran trfliiwor ftUfl clrivei is at proaJnt solicpjhig a lot Qf yonn1iiNsstmkIS 1g F0Ri- t 1 1 o If you paynow you can fV t ge youT County Paperibl NEllilS LEAD R FOR ONE YEAR 11 I- ieY51llgdlli8llt fr V FeatllfcR SNOI Dress TNT W Y Spcj I tt Origln l Ipellellt- c And an Indcspcnsiblc ViS- itor in every ho seholdf Help us with your dollar and vc will give you a paper of which Washmgtcii County will be proud J t FOR 1050iIIVo vriI end you ho NEWS LEADER ojid tho1cckJy Courier Journal rfor ono year NULkDim Dud Tveclcly Convr mcruial for l5 KBWS JjBABEB and Cincinnati Eziqmtirer for l 85 lyEWSirEAriEn and Cincinnati TwiceWnek Commercial Gu- zctfefo1tff SOalI for rzite on other papers and I mngazin Como in and see us or send in your money to i E L D VISOR JRii i i f tdkorIEWStKADE- Rt I t t r thiljj 5oJz Y EeA i 4 t IIIELRUTY tS t it gHUL Y t 7 l9f i q 1t t tiARDWAREtj f t i ITNWAREL t tJA I 11 STOVESAETdr f p 7s r SEEOURlEWtLIRE oj 1 f Sci con Wire Giain Cities 3ftGiK i Sj t jJl CoolerS Presc vitfg 1 fju rw itI V- Gaiis lUstols tod Cutlery ii to Country Produce tekeh ia Exchange r cocls vvv i Tin Roofing and Glittering A Specialty U L sSee our STEEL EANGESxatjd get our jrnctm f 7 J JL DUBTOX I NlIA s- tLI MmaOUfiOll 1 cIO 1 j 1ffEN HAYDQ Sr Manager IT LiLtLILS anM FnnfirdI DirE ctors CoffinS Caskets Iui1ai Robes9 Of tin Kinds FULLY EQtJITPEDt falls answorll promptly night or day v c v Tile serriClSjfInJLxrERIEK El ttaB4LMEFrctuate horn t RdiolJ F embalmin kavo JlciLoirf j p 4Ttc 0 1 i BURTO 1 rr 0Yr7 CV Y t grih 13 p1i Springfield Kyf i p THE N L RAILROAD soc one way It takes passengers trout the following stations to HEALTH CoristipaUbci itt Dirziness Headache Vertigo Paias in the Back or Side Inggish liver anS Kidney Troubles NE ATS LAXATIVE Ast for it Take uo other- j u E5LXAThiE COLouivisPyi 1 Y SCR HAll lOff THE L1VERYMAM- i Firstcls s liveny outfits New bugsiKsand fast and sufo horses Jurspy cJlolsandsutre t for the use of excursion parties 01 drummers The most convenieni ihUcbitf tirA feediu aceiu town MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD Ky FARM FOR SALE- My farm of 145 acres on tlie Springfield road six miles from town adjoining Gregory lJro on one side And Judge Litso oo the other Godd frame dwelling largo unra1nr e cistern and- gpod well at house and all other necessaryoutbuildings Qoarter of a mile to good school and church Forfurthcr information cuHonHush M Noeon promises MARY E NOE I FOR RENT My farm situated six miles Eastc f Sprin feldn the prinsritnd and Mackyille tturn IJUte conttinjtabotltl00 acres 80 acres loigohl corn 30 acres fqy wheat or oMs and the bl nncb in srras A good ciwtillmiL and all ilectssaryQui jttJJdiigs MKS SALL1E FENyVlCK V 5t FeRwiclc Ky 5B oIrlfnmAr1t1cnSa1veS Tho ipt ihliin tho wwt1ff1rCntltT- JrU8CfI Korr fc wwjr Ulcers Itht1 iluf Ftver5nr idttil Itappott14n1fl154 U1itsosrtpd nil kIit eucluui IttitiSp44111Y1fy eurt lI1s r 11tts r u1itI It Iafiufutod1I to Hl 8t8r- f St raLIiII tr upyrer1itd Irlfa cotl jre bos Hi Itardon t Itoh trtiotii 1rigIeioS aon tvsthjpsiSJricni l jtG fogLrd tc i 5S5ST r355skA SOT1CE IAXPtY13ItS f Your taxe d56 the c unty ana Htato for 18ib are pasted JQ audtyou will save Ul thcrc05tjand trouble by paying same at oncWt tSROSpt JonNTsCR4YcnoFT4 5t T 5PrsoiaiFaEjE 61pngo me11ea3reference book ID aiiy person uinictcd with any specitT chrlHduor dolicatOtilsessa j cullarrtg their sox Address tho loading phyiU v Jans and surtrcons of tho United L1tSS VhllFSWoitilts 3veightIngoIdaSutjirS thndsBslo EyeSald FOR SALE As the urvimnartncr ofr the fjrmpf Marks Jifos Iurn offerinsgr ltt privatessale one fir tc1tES 20 lHorse Powr CJrculnr Saw Mill andl lotjgiii omfi one pair btg ruulesy etc AohOt8a indhptin tllQ rv tdVji of SDrijij0el l For pirticu ars call on rao at Maries GreeneJi Lumber YardVor aiUres me d i Springfield Ky JV =v J MAnK S = CASORArJ Tor Infants and Children o a 08jna o Y r4 1 JS14i I r Wraiiaiq 4S1W gsv3icrCarb1When ie s it Cfld sbeJ4rroiheisWbm mmclun t i11 wksbeoYzaTcaor 1 1tt qai I iIIIQIt ri JJlfW ii frr iT i c jI- uiL I f THE NEWS LSADSR 1F irl i qa d S ti 3 Jrn N WSJjEDER Jt t fi fcl6HED EYEItY THtIKgpAT MO3J8IX R t = = SPRINGFIELD t a KY r r jy j1LOO RYttaa ADtitNnl i rH rJ xr17 R1CTo b J a f s7THiU J t T I r Jt iJ i tba awe of Vitalltyd 4Jr Gits tnd a iJcw ItKihod jrtiy own t fiio1lcarce i nbud omJTs j AtJittfal tooth ftf dttlbront JP41lfl It dul prlleto f ht f Mviil fi tllh Wttnu and fnrnr Q n z4hhyR I CtFla T GLASS VrO- lSES Kli 1I REASONABLE i ps nliv flit FHtwillf Ir Wlltla J oIltur prdtartdr wmf1i 3trvil 6rM luyp first Wed f 1rltiayuf J Itt fliFiCI or PJ8tcmW ibri1rt xFuurtfi lve j ffM Loiixvljlo ly i k B WILDER Dentist i J t Ji JFRtd F I1iT t T OI1CEHOYJRSr tc p ro j 0TuesdaVsand Saturdays 4 sp1t iLWCfF1Dt KE ruY t J ft R COOPER Olda jtitiloS W Robertson n S drw Ott L l J lltr at 3I 1L xN t t 11- r t f 1 tr qjfflllfIJ Jtii J JJ U1 JJ DENTISTS TETflEfRACTEDI WITH0UTI PAIN DirtnfIiagAd alrxhi overMansfleld 4 Sons ttcrc r- S 4 PRIN GFIE JD RY I d 2 Rt 1 Ti3 E YW ekly CiiuiiciaI irei to Readersat rthis Paper Anxoub1lQndlh Us In 0 suhscripttot thla paper I or one year accompsmIe- blM sue Kjuular suhjcilptlon trice tu thefrvHLKADBn will be sent fret o rhqrijft far one scar a copy of thr IjOUiHvUlBWeolcly Conuncrolal a large 01eolnnin piper dllcd with mono now t that any- i other uiotrojiolKan streaky iljsolutUy C4rreotlafLot Reportsi J ant 87 3oars old aid htyo used abnut t all f the sough etd lnus oUioZn1K ilea iao mon anal during my life und fur tboI ht ftt of ilio suHcrlng Iwlll Bay that I horn fvr used any remedy the p ilHlsjDr itoira 1lnp Tar nonUJt tjUlcl and permanent rolluf in p rlppo an well iw oilier otglie- We iOcp ii u purliniiaanli tlciiif ttinuitl not b 5itlttlntlt 1flLt11Alftrriatcvu lOplFaurUi J t ladtcilb KV fur 1ouy lthttlontrj gtror tson t lth erlataiatiega Eet3anr es i t retina Whiskej y Tlita tf lobratod brarjtl of Whiskcj 1 ketpltfi snk mYbqr anilranke a ipociUynfi it fof family and for heilall iif e PSUNrtin tb ueFa t wroeawp taa bIM alrtut eatn aislecfrue JortheN f 1IIIIIIII trJr Ji FOUTr TO3ILN d Iou oaigotoystere served gat ol j Isjsaris and In any style atCOlrc AdHer t latins 17 rR1UEUMlsablorencQRlno an Mr Fleece Payne at SS Boso Wednesday You can flnd tMlatest nobbient an mot stylish hats in town at Mrs Ka o 1 Williams at thclotvdltprico- sr r the gentleman who left hla buggy at my stable on last County Court da nno took away one belohging to an other party villTstQrn and mako tho e chango he will save trouble and confer n favor on me Cr L IiAEbtox POL TJios II BoixiTT vyhois a sound money Democrat is announced to speak hors at tho Court Housp oil October iVth A LOOAl board of Pension Faan in ore him boon olrganizod at this place It is composed of Drs Lampton Ray and Polin DONT forget Mrs Kato Williams Opening SatnrdayjOct l eh Every tlngJntho lIt lino and at tho lowest prices Everybody invited Nor v mIG tho hard rain Monday a good crowd came to town Some good beef stock was sold on the Streets at good prices at about the average TSEHonThos WUnllitt oC Louis wi1lladdlt1SBcounty on Wednesday October 7th at the Court Houiseilit Z pm Everybody invited NEWELL HAKDIN who was ehctI through the left lung in tTfightlast week by the CroucKboys is still aliVe His eon who was also shot han a very bad wound Iuihe arm rlo arrests have been that are have hoard tISpring cleaning In the house is im portant and to cleanse the human system even more so Ntiats Lax Btlye tones onaup cleanses and regu lutes the bowels liver end kidneys For sale a bofefclo by Hay don i Robertson a Id Waters Browne HOK DAVID H QiOTH tho Demo cratic nominee for Congress from this district made a Speech at tho Court House art Monday It being County Ooufl day too house was crowded vitli an appreciative aadioncn and fir Smith who epoko for about na aonr and a half made a very good JlBprftsson Ills remarks were coca Inad principally to tho financial issue ni hfxarga aonta tore in line with bo dcU3ly mada by free siivc oar era J JYSplea8R3 made a Bpt ih on the free sHyer side nd bis remarks were well received iy hip haarers Tzra following of i intcrMt to tOllohf era was received by Sapermtendent IIDearSirII Tsy ort pctober more thai per cent rjf the fund appropriated the schools for the pros ent year This is due tartly to the fact that many sheriffs Lave been slow Inremitting to the Auditor and part IY totho fact as you aro award that a large deflect in the fund of last year had to bo Plat early in July from this years fund Very respectfully W J DA VIDEOS L PERONI 7 L Pretty P C2 dwell visiting iir Danville Mr A 0 LIcElroy way in Louis ville yesterday I1 Thurman and wile were in Louisville Tuesday Cosier H iltzhouser of Bardstown was ero6nncaylust cPalrcr IiiElroy hap accepted a position at the Postofflcd rB D tLake of Louisviflo was in town for a few days last weok Mrs T S Mayes loft this morning for LouiaviUo to visit fricndo and rel atives Mrs Salllo J llamlltoh of Louis vHlo were hore last week visiting friends =jMlssea Pearl Connor an Shaanty of Barg were inI town Tueo dayiuat tMr Chnrchill Ilangorland Louis vale vas a visitor attho Olaybrooliea j last 7ee llr and Mrs Hugli KcBlroy of Xanaaa City are hero this week for a visifc to relatives Hay ulllos Sauadera will lavas on Friday for Iowa where ho will il P visit of tvojnontha koI Mica Mary Leo Shams TOturflcd home lost Saturday after a pleagan1 j6uyinBaxdstown Mra H A Ndo and dttughterj Messes Mary and Margaret are vialt ias relatives at Fairfleld r 0 d1YLtorschool during tho winter oldocst child ol Hon and sirs SvQbneYt1 is vptylliof appeiidicitas bliss fcitoTicndley returned home edu Lasingtoii whet tor slater ne d r is now installed as stenogrphct in the law office cjf Clements Thurman =Jlfss Ida Conloy after a pleasan reatuineaSunday to111dodreft JyilJe Tuesday by tho death of his j oldISo was well known throughout the dayyaooe F GI EENES SLO N i 1 have opened a saloon off Main Street adjoining the grocery of S M Kurnclr whorQ 1 will be pleased to have my mends and patrons gall when needing any Chin f in tny line I wll keep nothing but the very best brands the market offirds Will mike a specialty of tho P A M 0U S YELLOWSTONE which has the reputaton of being the finest in theworld Your patronage solicited and courtesy extended FARM FOR SALE I now offer ray Turn of 80 acres for sale Ii is woll watered and 1na high state of cultivation wJlbplenty of fruit trues all bearing For particulars call on me at SltlngtieJd Kj J M MOCIC l If afflicted VlLh scnlp dlj a esvlialr t 11nLulSl 11 THEABLEq W RE TURNED goo n Tracticsl Jokers nude TrlcU Proved Ula Own Qlsccmfltnrc Royalty dearly lovcaits ins and no osueIsects io on it said is fonder of praQricat jibing titan the Prince ol WiUcs Iiiti jrivate ttcrotary Sir Flan sill IZnjKfs Jsas in timer gque by boon called t ptpt to endure with good hrilnot and Mirpuity t1I1Ujt trying eijxirience One day nor long ago Sir Francis got lie laugh on the ydaltl be Joker sad ir1 him ataFtc of Lis own meulciue Among the prince i rioods va a fa ncas fportsman Captain Bay Mid dlcton whose favorite trick usgd to b3 to approcch from bcliiud some nnsns pcctlng iaaajind Eclzs biiJ coattnils ioh heAVcald wrench in such a 1backj 1 Lacsdt Sandringhpra Sir Francis tcolcj palm to offer himselL nsthe victim and butt for thesaUmltUDay Whcu the men retired to the smoking room after the princess and ladies were gonn ho tookap his pluco 11 front of the fire bent his head aud appeared tjrcly lost in thought His attitude VM too Invitingi not to Jipp5il to tho jjocular instincts cf Oap tacit illfldletoi who afar asking the pfincos ppnni aon to Icav the canl tn bie furls inoaoBt crept np softly to Sir franois suddenly tolwd hold Of tho tails of his rtrtEs coat fond with a jjrkt- ore it apnrffroni waist to collar Unlike meat of Bays victims Sir Francis took the mutter In cscrcdiug pood spirit Indcod hjliihgntd aud a Cllrcdgrcntly to enjoy the full Sotucvrhftt astonished the priute nail the men present inquired how it was that Sir Fraupls had treated the matter with such indifference t h the wry easy to explain sir was thetplyThc coatis npt mine I had heard tf AliucUetona fondness for this particular form of auicsaneat and il accordingly vhrn l twine down stairs just now to the bnjoktcg resin I took the precaution cf soillS into hsrpcnn and putting on one cf his dress coasts jvhich was lyiin on his bOlt There vas a hnrricaueflf irreprtMlblo laughter as he uttered these ivords cud the nutriment was iutunsihcd by the disconcerted appearance of Captain Middleton who was bitterly annoyed tc huts thus d itrrovNloue of hs bed evculiis coats rXcw Vorl Josrual GEIvIS No j cnce seas ever won from fato by eubterfugB Ruskin There is ixo innllco like tho malice of this ugooeMnclinla1 Rtt lulithe faithful l but unhappy parent of iniafortuue Fullerl Elsie civnnot acbelst in pocioty but by reciprocall coacossicus Johnpi Pleaanro soon exhausts ua and itwlf nlso Imtenjleuvcr aster docs Richter Politicar incn limo goats usmlly thrive brat tunoug ineqaalitioe don LanINot to btfliprovoUca is bRetj moved nicer eerrobli till the fum fpent For ovqry stroke our fury striker is sure io hit ourselves ut lasW1liam PDUU r Tho Aciae oftiaou ledge rj5t1Uln oT9 BJoue5 wellt Informed Bagglus Yes indwd Why iie acts tiny know umuchnsth average1 youiigmtin who has just been graduated frooi cqllep thinks he kno sPJul delphia1teoora two of a JUDd theTheban wBp lost bis clothes while swim suing It cant elate appearing btlow people aujesiclothed wijh a berrel Ttuu Quif 8usiness t 1 L t e 1 1rrrrtt at COST t S4SSS i iIfd f vr iWe are going into other business and offer our stock ofDry Goods C1othirigFul1- nishing Shoes and Notions for sale either as a whole including1 fixtures and also lease on store rooms until January I or retail it out AT COSTArN Here iian opportunity for vsome one to start in business in the best part of the year or country merchants to buy from us whati they need at New Yotkrices A great 0 generalOur every youhaveand Winter goods at Cost f y x r t lHEa a L0TrT it 1TLTwQmODTI1 Qricinatars of Low Prices H 7 PatroniZei 1 r 1101110 i11a11tBPLNG Y YOUR f BILL HEALSr LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS mr1VELOPEStl v r INVITATIONS sndJ Eversrthing in tlie Printing LIneLo us We will do tiie work quickly neatly and i IiTJ THE LATEST TTLy ell TilE a i r BT TICKLES YOU INSTANT RELIEF you etrF- RonLllGffNllNG illNWS CuRESCobcCramps DhrrJutaFlux Motbuj Nausea Clianstt of Water tie HEALS Cuts Burns Britisca Scratches Bites of Animals Serpents Sags etc BREAKS UP Dad Cpldi La Grippe Infiuem Croup Soro Throat etc SMELLS Goon TASTES GOOD DOES GOODEVSRYTIMC iSod ETorrehero at 26c end Per BolJo Us Relict f Pay HERB MEDICINB WuIlIlCCllla1un4ootla1rWdaulwultoUb CO SPRli1FIfLDOa a yy i i JYon RjIouIc SOe fr Ourl New Fall ana W 1t Jf DRESQbO sA complete 1e of FancyEough effects Broadcloths Changeable Taffefia Silks Velvets etc J Handsome line of BlaeIt Jfefeg J Goods Winter wraps M arive this wiev Vs 0 t 1 f t taSSSSS3333S33335SSS 4 hfSa aaa SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 1 Ladies Black Hose full regular HermsozrI rYe Worth 25 cents limited quantity mr j J10e PEP ARt J W SATURDAY ONLYy fe i ssw 1 1 l e MqCRORl ROBERT86f+ CL= J JOHN W CRUME BRtl1 l l LENDING LliZeRVMeN r i vv LfeBHNON KY STABLE SpalwD AVenne and Mulberry Street Back Of Norris House v coon VEEICLlrb FlltSTCLASf1IIORSEl Special Rules to ComMrcial Men Sale and Reliable Prvehf rWaSbingtpn Contttry Trade Solidited U SPRINGli LD r SAW AHTJv1r Il1lU 1Tci YlITLJ t0 MAEKg GESSNE Prop MA 1 UPAOTDRBBS AND DEALERS Th + tilll f kinds of Rough and Dreised Lurabei Laf btis ilunldingsins r ings I raves Sash Doors Blinds Tobacco fdgshtxdsf Cypress bllingks Acme C msntPJaterr etctr f f f Dill Stuff cutito order phShort JToUce Qt ties Ga51L Priedpaid for all kind56f Logs Call and seb tts and get vrlee3r t luice and Yard Jockey Avenue Between Main an aaa GREEN APPLESr DRIED APPLES fWe are the larltw exportcra of dried fmit lit the world and the Iarqe tr6CelTer and 1Khlpjxrs of both ijreoa and dried apples in the state and get the t niarkot prlcesA tAll ask Is a trial sblpmrnt j rvVc theje facts SUnclls sent mOtipitciitidtt Write os for further luformailon and ship your froodn headquarter VVfrhihdlawiy = jtiling la tl3 grain or prodaco line fitrlcOy on commls loa i HERNDON CARTER COihcoaponxvo Louisville Kyt J t NOTICE ft All persons having cluiiiap AS inst itletstate of Fransi Vails decdaJKd will prpceni 1I am1 prnperly prcvou to the uoI inrRiLnpfl or loave a nto with Q W Simms Jr AttprIHfI HF BiaiiJS FI11hg1g WiLLS FiE KUHN isccutors of Fraocii W llg Llo tnltig Hot Crops What o Punivr Namol Vory true but it Kills lUTojn Sold Everyvhoro Evory Ssy Wltfiout noIIrrThoro Jo lip PS y iw ST lQUAmRMsAr2r WHiT s M VETiFOR FyYEARS Has led all WORM Rcrrtodlas EVERY BOTTU OBABABTCED BOLD nrALszsxvaar8T3 rn rw tt feEBaH ciBT If youi child puns fretful trnnM d vtb glandular rwlllgi ItlthllJ1t 11Ior sons orv Ihi hcrtT fieo or lhnav tt Coins rf XyorVSaranparl IrtU npiful to atrioftlin icnfluntls titni us tmnc the blood 3ho ortnr yuutgtn10i glee thWnniliiTno the mitten u For sc Oral moat st I nrg trnubf with yutHiftejit hivnnr 6u3h bond whcl fivo tne cdnslderalte nnjj yamo- nivttt it otfnrrfrdi to mol tir trr I1alo Viin + Liauro niing A1Jttthit httmrtrw ft1mttJO ucrcraleafat titrltatllrt V y YTiU Hwoprtey U PoARnn JtfoO talr says Shlloliii Cafotrrlr JKom fia till first iiolhjliio t hnVoovcr found y that Would do me any flood ftIcr 5oe l TT t 8 g 208 A vIsIt g gls a uiTItan lisnal lee A f J 5o cent bottle of 8 Neal s Laxative e tcnvnroioid r Itt pf IWU1pny mid Sluggish Liver Con JK O tljMtioiiXIekdaohjete Ptrurantam- trafeforgllagsanJtitsGCt Aerfentlficr and tcllsble nrncAye Ask qtr drug fiZ t jjlstfor it Full biformatlo fU111th edt fjf by fPo 1AXAWE oeoeCOOc i It N fii PI1Il i ffiJTh f t iijmJflli TAN BUT LitEt CJRC r i OfX as P1ESf ttc tU t tL1ifV itTK lw l aitwrr ti s t t =4r rU5lby n a fl 6fj a G ICjt1r qj r P1rytM ttY k ha IJlIUilll hIiOur Bh OOPI1noCttloca tu eh7 r flsMd proves that i te poeelble Ww P 2ipotJndslSOCClllnctniUoBS 4 nerlb j 12 tof rcentB thats riOt fw tiefceefc but Si to pay pert cf tha postage or nrpfM fl fltaadkoa UdJetI katswft3OMtlq s fltiONTOOMtRV Y1tRD GaR f Thestoa otdttMlwhl- eiiIi5 MiCblBf wk4c = 2 Erttaa liwit 1zaB ct aetic = 41La i lleCti 1t1tr t l t II o Ie iiiia 4 1 2 i Y t r4 I r ThE NEWSLEADE Rfc M rn T i b rr f 1H 4 What is v S Castoria Is Dr Samuel Pitchers proscription for Infants and Children It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance It is A harmless substitutoI for Paregoric DroP3 Soothing Syrnps and Castor OU it is Pleasant Its guarantee is thirty years use by 4MiuLons of Mothers Castoria destroys Worms anti viallajS Fovcrlshncss Castoria prevents vomiting Sour I Curd cures Dlarrhcea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves Teotiiingr troubles cures Constipation anti Flatulency Castoria assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach- dnd Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep Castorias- 1is tho Childrens Pnneio Mothers Friend Castoria CmttorlA u an excellent medicine for cHlldren Mothers have repeatedly told me of its Iooclen upon their cJtUdtet Dr c Osaoou Lowell Mass h tie use or Castoria is to universal and its octibEo wcH known that it secins a work Ji pererogatlon to endorse it Few are the t ttciit famlflesiibo do not keep Castoria tbeasy reach jtaxvjr DD New York City prescribe Castoria every day for children J ah IInj lUflcring front constipation with i eflect than i receive from any other aib aoHon of drfiga tn If O Sdulh Amboy Nj ChIdrerCryfor Pitchers Castoria ccnTAus NUulIlYUTJIrCTjEW iC Wii AlC INVISIBLE THING Some years Vgo In orapaay with Caioin JHill or tUo Union arrny I tie ttlii3frk totnken trip through the tKrest1n1p1rt of outh America und Fidi ri few months in visiting tho tiywherB odozon vokzuiocs may loieicenWo vifiUetl Chimhorazo JCotopaxi litichincjia and others nod then wont Si to zed tho tondctfal bed of Cayberbi 10 miles long wtfl at least fat deep 4 While atthe latter place we learned cJ di okllnoiiastery which tradition bait it was deserted of the eruption of stVhaSilOOfeOt above sea level and was ac e jiriblo only by ths most tortuous of India paths it mid over been my fortune to rravell aver However with the as at aceofo guide fionred at the small 7slnta1n villcgo at which wo woro RtKyiig tho ascent waa euccossfnlly jjjiulfr 3 At tho clam of tho second dRY our tirEd raulca tnrned the last bend in tho atp mountaiiipatb nqd thcrto boforo 1J9 lay tfce ruins ot tho old convent to xrartl which we had been climbing for two diy hardly dist ugisbablofIom tbe rough awl rugged cliffs and rock iicgpa ajipenriugmi every hand We dismounted and tent tho guide Jtrward with Ike beasts and luggage A When wo reached the conycnt gate the guide was talking to an old man whof platfellojr was bent and wrinkled the skin tof his face looking like an old piece crnmplod parchment which had ofI put aside after a fruitless attempt to p isnooth it cut Ho must have bcthiatinieast1OOyoarsod i Wetkcd it wo might spenlthonlghtMthere after telling him whfch tliojonrnoj had lJecumadet stiLkono had lived in the convent for nearlysqt00 yours but that about 20 itfW a party of travelers had visited tbero und had itmaincd a few weeks sketching and hunting nfirl that theywlaid occupied ihe rooms at tho end which woro Uicn in better condition than tho others AH jho room had long tlliico bcc meroif1essceopt these wWcb 7orp directly UJiflerncftth tho low tower Bjboj the old man went into his hut and brought out a rude wax taper and with t out a word led the way to tho north end c of tho ruin whtvo I made out n massive t black door which opeued inward En terjnjr ho lighted his primitivo candle 1fumed to tho left and led tho way down floored corridor which the cob stSAt last our pilot came to a standstill 1OnJnrkJiAs we entered a mouBler bat whisked r by tnY hand then miolhcf and another I Doubtless liefhud been interrupted hktheir uoctnrtial foragcifJnsidotho a JwithJ furnithttUO0ffll3y description The afimalj square hole waS closed with iron bars almost rusted away instead of panes of plafs the epidcrs had substi Inted n network which cluioet shut out stars by1nearllsdosed upYitU rubbish was I itcm differing in casoutial poizigfrointho first except perhaps JwebbyJ We infonnoll tha old man that wo would spend the night in these old rooms Ho looked at na a moment as if l astonished i tben ehook his head and mattered something which I took tg Jmuac Qorl keep yni q f ntUAICtth 0lutm the floor laid left us to t Jrsclvea Yom our cigars tun Bat down on tho J ilb of blafckbts etc which wo had Fraught in with us nnd carried into the iuucr roon ami entered into convene ri tcuBut a strange perversity domi jhteiftho corront of oar thoachta In I fejislwy we yielded to the occult fore l glows4ie if ofit tingal2g nut into the outer room andj 1railu3vwrO LwaHfiftQr auui i J hWKhti ltOBt jerao o the cot L A l t i J fif Castoria Castorli la so welt adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any pre scription known to me Hv A AuciiEkf M D Brooklyn rt Y For tcreral years I have recommended Castoria and shan always continue to do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial results P M D New York City We have three children anti they Cry for Pitchers Castoria When we give dose the others cry for one too 1 shall always take pleasure in recommending this best childs medicine Rev W l Newport Ey tbu0II spread tay blankets on tho cot frame and closed tim door of my cell which crcjiked on its old rusty hinges with a noiio pndirthly It would not entirely close so worked it back and forth uu til all the rust dropped off and it shut ooundtsbotfeeble light whether or not there was a tropFur n titao t felt much easier tbhtfho j door wan fat and lay down and drew the LlanVcta up around inc I had justI gun to feel drowsy when a slight hIson o ThodcolstooiLopentcr crMyvoiua My heart stood still hen itI arted to bent rapidly tbnt I could rdly breathe I had surely closed and bolted the door yet there it was open r11mlightfromAtIthe cooling perspiration broke out at ev cperyIbprongbly frightened I jumped up aid closed tho door agdin and then wrapped myself up in my blanket The room was ind arkncirs except fora gray Btreak from tlip window I tried to RO to filepp but in vain Sleep hndI entirely fled I desperately drew myI ar isnievon the darkiiesa and tried to think ofr no Isthingcorpsebopingsi panaxzyxwfnl incident occurred A9n ojhing Tr taoppe4ump upou my chest nhd40 next in staiitJ felt two bony hands encircling meIam posseawd of considerable physical rongthTha suddenness of the attackjstead of stunning me strung every rve anti muscle to its highest tension mybiamy position Iian imtant I wound twtuscular arms around the creature ucosed it with all tho strength of do fewJmy throat loosened theirhadfastonetii as free to breathe once snore Then commenced n struggle of awful prolonnd0Inature cf the thing by which I was aou pippingeccnied to mo of the entire uolccdiic3 IIinII against a pair of slnowy agile hands which my utmost efforts could not con circrength skilL and courage that I could muster to OdrcotaoIAt last after cflonta deadly ex hausting struggle I got my assailant under by a series of incredible efforts of strength Once pinned with my kneo what I made Out to be its chest I IlStcdforeard tho creature beneath mo panting the darkness end folt tho violent rObbiug of a heart It was apparently as exhausted as I was That twos 0110I comfort At this moment I remembered that 1 had removed my leather belt when pro paring for rest and had thrown iti rox notbo coot of the cot I reaol cd out my ual in the direction I thought the cott bo Happily my judgment Lcot atjfanlt and the tint thing jlnY hand was tbo bolt mix foy seconds ore I had after a fashion pinioned JIJ was nothing moro tojjs f light my taper and 0 but what my mMuialsii lUg Jirst assailant was like my friend I Will confess to tiei ingl actuated by A ccrtahi pride in not giving tho alarm before I wished to mako the capture alone and unaided Never losing my hold for an instant I Cograduallywhere I had sot tho candle thou re lleased my grasp with ono hand and as synckly cs possible under the circum etojiccs struck a match and lighted the cuntllc ThOu Iiuriicd to look at my prisoner I cannot oven attempt to give any do ttcription of my ficupntiona the instantU lookpd I Kupposo I must havo shrieked iWHJi terror bat to thiii dayI cannot to ciWt1corly exactly how I bobavtxl 1 Bfinaucr even tow aa r thie ot tijat f t j nothlnglYr around a breathing phntinp corporeal shape other hand gripped with all Jtsfitrctgth a throat as warns and apparently fleshy as my ownr and y fo with this living substance in my grasp with its body withhiIi outline not oven It vapors IWonder that I did not faint or go mad on the instant Some wonderful instinct must hayo sustained mo for cinsteadrible enigma I sceniodto gain an adfli horroriftforce that I felt tho creature Ij agony3utj rushed into tho l coil Assooa as he beheld myfl1cJr ditnwInlwardr crying out happenedCaptain hnvebccnnttacJcdwhich I havo holdl of but cant see itl I cant see itt Frank whispered thtf captain imaginl1tion a wo brought from tho village has been f playing you n trick II I swear to you captain that thsc s no vision III answered in the same low tone Dont you see how it shaks my whplo body with its struggles It ycil ycurselfj1edHo advanced audi laid his dont the spot I indicated A wild cry of hor itliInsomowhero about his person n long and strong riieco of cord and tha next in stout was winding and knotting itabout t the body of tho uuseca being that I clasped in my arms Fraijk bo said in a hoarse agitat ed voice fot though ho preserved his presence of mind ho was deeply moved mayjIctSoini caut move II gladlylocsldCaptain lull stocd holding the ends of the cord that bound the invisible twisted round his hand while before him self supporting as it were waa th fiest plaecHeying to decide what was best to bo done and then suddenly bending over ho lifted the thing in his arms and dropped it with a gesture of disgust on tho cot There was a dull sound of a eavy body alighting on tho not over ft couch and the strong framework eaked dud trembled A deep impression marked itself distinctly on the cov erings Wo remained silent for some timp listeningi to tho low irregular breath ings of the creature on the cot an dtJ watching tbo rustle of the blankets as tiimpatiently struggled to frco itself cf nhlnwneuL Then Hillspr1te fPranlrthiYes awful But not tunaccountable yomenn a 0 occurred since tbo creation of man God grant that I am not mad and that this not an insane fantasy llLet us reason a little Prank a solid body which wo touch HcreJ cnnnotFCe Tim fact In so unusual that it strikes us with terror Is there no arallel though for such a phcnomo onTako a picco of pure glass It is ngible and transparent A certain f preven1sit8bj itheoreticallyiD1which shall not reflect a single ray of hOlUogeneoOlJin will pass through it as they do through tbonir refracted but not reflected Wo do not see the air and yet we feol itThata all cry well captain i but thego ore Inanimate substances Glass does hot bioatbo air does not breath This thing has a heart that palpitates a will that moves itlungi that play and inspire and respire You forgot the phenomena of which wo have so often heard of into II an Bwered the captain fvelyIIAtthe j Ihiviflib1I11npds f those persons around tho tnblewarm fleshly hands that scorned to pnlsato with mortal life Whatl Do you think then that thjtf thing III dont know what it is was the eoloian reply but pleaao the gods I thorouShlyiuvcsUgntoit Tho next morning tho captain and I racked our brains to discover sOnre means by vhich Wo might got somo idea of thc shape anti general appear ouco of the enigma As well as vvb could make out by passing our hands over the creaturos form its outlines and lineaments woro Jinman There rounda smooth bead without hair a nose wjiich however was bnt little elevated above tthe checks a mouth and boyA Ve would take a plaster of paris chat of ik This would glVona tho solid figure and mUsty all our wishes But hoV to do hi The movements of t igfmoldSgivaiiororforns l it organs That was evident- hlaHtfiUG Once HMP y sa rent bll jSccu to a state of iuscusil 7Twe could do with it an wo vponld This was no sooner thought of than it was agreed to and the guido dip patched to tho village for chloroform audi thancccEsary materials for takingus plaster cast and with strict injunctions to waste uor time in going or roturuiugV At noon of tho fourth day bo rreturned with tho materials ordered Five min u tea thereafter wo wcio enabled to rcmove tho totters from tho creatures body and ttho captain was busily gngcdJEn covering tho invisiblo form with ittia moist clay In 15 minutes morowoiad n mold and before evening a rough facsimile of tho mystery It was shaped like a man distorted uncouth and horrible but still a man It wax Email not over 4 foot 0 inches in iicigbt uud its limbs revealed mupcnlar development that was without a parallel Its fnfco surpassed iirhideousv noss anything I hud over inca It was tiic flbyjicsacajy cf what tepsM tC1 T uistu U raAs3UIia U vax capable of folding oil h min flash Having satisfied our corldsltr it bb camo a question what was to be done t tlrupctcslblOhatus on our return to cIvilIzatIon and wo were exceedingly reluctant to tnru such an awful being looso on ithe world agnin1 It was finally decided tint wo would carrjr it tom distance down the tain to ft small llake and tUoro dro 1ull Dot Into willed otherwise Wo bad not covered a quarter of tho distance to the llake when by tome means tho cords be aihe loo oucd mid bcforq wo conhhto anything to prevent it tko thing was gjouo wokneyi not whore its loayo tn ling accompanied by a hoi rid mocking l t lhoonptyaIrrWe hurried away from tho npot and down the mountain as fast aabur 01 could carry and another week us on board a steamer whoso UJtSI I tion was New York For years we kept a clqsp watch the pnth Ainpricim news and far we could jcjirnilio horrible freak of asI turo whose likencar in plaster I have in my collection of curios was n ever again encountered by any one Since then r have not visited the northwestern portion of our sister continent for I Intro no desire for n rcpcti tinn of that nwfu1 occurreiigo at tho MoutstayanbLExchange Professor Roentgen is tho hero of use hour in Germany Honors aro ling upon him in his Wnrzlmrg hotcrf and the university students organized a grand torchlight procession through t town to his house to congratulate professor on his wonderful discovery eII Sir Douglas Straight who repJac Henry Cost as editor of Mr Astorc IJbarIndia Ho returned toLondou in 1801 with an enviable reputation and a pou- Bjou THE FASHION t LATE licw black eilkgreuadincs woven with lovely Mario Antoinette designs and silk Jlniohcd The beautiful French challics arpfhis frf iu now Dresden and bouretto effects A number of the new modified uloorn puffs are clashed showing n narrow cnderpnffof souse rich contrasting ma tcrial Tfio size und shape of spring hats are considerably reduced but nearly every model is overburdened with a hete gencous mass of trimming IoVeststthis season and bright sort teztjsredli c lilothmaking instead cf velvet or brocadeSAlthough there is a slight decrease in the 1tywidth of most of the nkirts of util mixtures tho usual width is for droesy gowns and for malntaiuedf Epaulets nnd fiat flaring pieces join iing tho broad pompadour yokes ondj wido collars that are to bo so fashionable IWill providothetvidth recently iulparted by the voluminous puffed sleeyo All styles of fanny laces with hand some insertions to match in lit Plauou or St Gait made good will be used to decorate cummer bilks muslins crcpors challics and other faahionablo materials Now York Post NOVELTlSaSilver handled scissors in all sizes ere incased in silver sheaths The garter with a heart shaped photo graph buckle finds patrons Tableknives ard furnished with idir blandA pleating India that for art colored giant vases and bonbon dishes in silver gilt standards Barney Perry one of the old ecnoul trainers is at present a full fledged Boniface being tho proprietor of the BelV House Middlctown N Y Buster 215 has returned from therIndianapolis wreck in a very dilapidated condition Ho will not bo able to pace again this season rind it may bo that lietnever wiIJr COM RSprCES Cinnamon is tho inner bark of a tree of the laurel family Cardamom seeds of excel tOanJity ore grown in Germany The ordinary red pepper haUlqug used as a medicine The leaves aufl even tho bark of the numcg tree are sold to havo tho fra graucc of tho seed Tho anise seed plant grows ppontnno pusly in most of the countries around the Mediterranean Cinnamon waS brought to Greece and Rome before tho tinip of Christ by Arabian merchants The difference between black n dJwhite ginger is ih the retention or re bTwoGround cinnamon has beet adultcr rtd with ninny foreign substances but goncrally Indian meal wheat flour und pea flour arc used for this purpose In tho Vest Indies red pepper is a Issvorlte remedy for mrny ailment IJQ1SClgle vfiile it is tM as d nsn gar r7anled aloae spa eoarlct fever dud SCZtrILltiliOf Tho tpsto of pepper is due to an acrid oil it contains Its odor Is of a volatile oil which nnsily enough escapes Pcppor exposed to the nit yill lose most of its odor while retaining a great part of itt acridity of tatSt Ldnja Globe Democrat NqY L TIES sThedeuce oasiivcnvare crcatcdfcr the an tumu trad0 Furless sealskin ia tf novelty intro duccd in the making of cardcases jew boxes and otherIeather goods Nambered with new models In silver ware Iran after dinner coffee set the pieces qf which are octagonal iii shape and of colonial design A holder for handkerchief has nItI pcarod It js iin form of a clasp twitb ji hisIsafety pin attachment for fastening tfr cjasp is variously decoratcdr 1 t t I C NCER CURED 0 AND A eUFEBy tho Persistent Use of Ayers arsaariSSa I was tronbledfor years with n core on my knee which several physicians who trciSted me called a cancer assuring me that nothing could bo dono to save my lifo As a last resort I was induced to iry 1Aycfs nr generi1ftirely healed Since then I lisa Aycrs Sarsaparilla occasionally as a tonic gad ulood mrifler audi in deed it seems as though I would sot keep house without ttMrsS A FIELDS liloomflcld T- aAVER S TheOnlyWofidsFairSatsapa11aAycr3 llow is the time tojubscribc for tthe NEV3 pADJm onJySl a year A now theory in the treatment of brotHhl1tItJOn1Jles ufacturcrs of lr UfhaPIno Turlfopfcy It is truly a wonderful remedy 1AJ1 dealers s1 it on a pctsitivo gtinniiucc- rForaaloat Ilaydou d Robirtsons Drug Store S Wealcgvcs nro inado strong dim Vis n Is mado clear syca are removed find Kranulated lids or sore eyes of any kinct la be spcrllly mid effectually curedIsby the iuo of Suiuterlanda Eaglo Ey alve Its put up in tubes nnd sold onaguarantee l y all lealrn For sale by ladoh tt flobcrtKoniruggIsts fTIlE AUTlSGRin Pill fESIC ElmAlE l CnLDSIH CA7ARR sa fiE TIIiOh GRIPPE HEADACHE rfJWJ bl Ed szbesi- a2iisowIate SocSFt ittS cal13 ntr iII whser brdij is aano rn CI flp rclcl undxic DIIWSI n s tow fOUJfIJ1fIdii5It a4 iloi an j trtnha- apSr hiz4 bI0 alt Jrtthaw IN FLU EtlZIi I f s tisuxrvwm IrtoottnIII shlKsi4il4IslqidttcsiIi sIwftidia a i irs Zp i = 1agNSC wasi aslTvLiibiba4CssitP t4s4etSw4m4asislu Sd WUHUI Tra 1TitZ 101 ii pI4 aTyaa a LsaAJ-ra = i rsa usqdreIsi Mri4 = iOOiZ itr to 14 r CI It tcui iTJ1tF1t1t r rF1t GusniDans Menthol Balm i II tha rIOt mistrrmfdyfor g NOSg3 KIMQWRMU Recommended for nrllerePnln inrdocelnnammatlon Guaranteed to 2iT9i3llsAclan vbrn reed en oUitiiinilbf art to get Cuobmano ileuthol Dana u lust1n1uarkriryotiticftronobjibyinsilcusnMAtJ DRUO CO UO r tit DrKVn P I rotmd on a Battledold A romantic story iia told of the wife of Thomas E Watson Populist candi date for vice president After ouo of the battles 6ftmr dirt war a richlY drcssod aby was found among the dead and ouxded Nq parents came to claim the child They say that father and mother had perjshd in rho strife It is ngt known thither they were onjhe north eri or onthcrn sin southeriobu wife took theehulI tho- rhad found audi cared jor her as thcl own The years passed and the Httle Zirl grew to be n handsoue and cult ated lady Thou young Tom Watson fwrinerlnwyer mi rried her and thoy havfr lived hntmilr evnr sinco Young men Or younjf yornon osplrlmr to any Vocation In lifo honUl always reiuonibor thnttho bottom rounds of tho filled 11orJloinil h ButThats where Dr Bolls Pine lnrlloiiOs For sale by llny oIl k HoboVt sonliriiggisti T3r Bells Pine Tnrlfoney Jsiho best cough and ctolrt rdmody ovorC discovered for clitfdran it is jibifectly hnrmlofa and ono doso at boIl Unio stops the sough all nigH TJio genuine mad by tho P Rnthorlaud lHllcno Com IIpdndeafore For sale by JInydon Rob ertson DrugtIUI Ie LED I91 i lr 4t e n 4 gSiQHTWORTHSEEINGiOUR 1 1f iIIIY GOODS DRIJSS GOODS 1t f iS i ii CLOTHING CLOAIS SHiOES I r 1 cCARPETS1M tt t t Wtw c cilI yEiut espetcIilaontionl r yiflooIj sipping tn pri from 2octGf oj t2 2 c ytltIo can b suitcil yrithoutlookingjurthcr 6f0rCroiik Department is most tomplecl embracing n1I1hern- w1te In Copes and Jaskets auil in all price DRESS EffiMTNGs f 4 f i zr fJTltemewest and i 1iowrag4 Hosiery and tlndewear l in 0 ir llnsieiy opinretiVoiIM Cttjierinoese1Ung a full regular JJcrn a c dlrf stocking fur licJ i bfhRi liouscsask5otoi same quality Warofull iipiriFIuecooIinedPfcece ribbe MnUpJuinjbeil Unt1erwarfur I Men VVomciiaud Obildfenl Oct our prt- usOLOTHING fl j I WeIff 00Suitri1ff5d li tIi1H ir 87J0tliet tire CHIIVut 1COOi jfJIIVR All ViinrSuJtpfptr SqlOU vr 1 U js Union Suit ttaOO t UIi1u8 iiitHt9pct04Ly2i4t50hninpvi l iull Hue of iluus atidt JJuya UlrJ iirOrcoitsUrclsintosliea t45i I + Jr sioEIs j iinmctItdFnolioesl JE luc h QirrP Per smQuth Jhio Misses an Jhiltlrt is PH Shosfllfijno three finer hnesol Shc8ma c in th Country j3omet3iidttfti e m E I ISss VTr1Weyevxi wi l aw irstilitigithus 4llJ Fall and Writer Goods ttiatypitf may not find SS laterr 1k h t UNNIiI1 DUNCAN ji= Jk s Q s s j l 1 re ii THOMPSON CLEPEHTS J ml i iAi i n UNDERTAKERS Jt r 1 f MDEMBALMERSatJ I m Out equipment in he TJndertakers and Ein balmers line te UPTOJJATEin every respect J 4 Caskets and Robes from the finest to the cheap est furnished promptly We answer calls day Or night and guarantee PerfectfSatisfacfion j w b5 t cLSj WHY COi Tl jI J saWJ Weflt are able to give the public the LOWESTrPRICES en y li iFUlNITUKE NDtCARPET8 We can duplicate city prices on anything in tour lino A trial order is all we aSk to co I vince you Wewill take pleasure in showing 2 you goods arid quote prices whether you wish fj to buy pr Dot I 9 J FARMERS HOME HOTEL N H D e JProprietorTflpROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REPURNIHEpT- A fAHGE STABLE AND WAGON YAflD IN CON FCTI01wtH flOTEU v BATH POOL AND BILLIARD OQMo r r 54S fft V 400 to 422 East Market Street fLo 1 J t Onf Dolfarl flayt Hnu In the ciio State LO1SYllLL taiiii4 1t r iiAi1sPS f u = iiSingleMeals 25 Cents O t WOOL wooL This Is bo st e aLsatb lthouse t to esp e w =r= jS i SlJ= Pvslfpf rr =trade No raveling gcn your wool and HERNDNC1RTERa110 Tlllrd Street or 813 to 310 ICfsrroU Court UIVILL r