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Prayer XeotlriJi on Wed 4zyugktatTlpz METHODIST CHURCH vlL Murrtll Pastor Services on Sa Vlrtit ndTUlnl Suoda j rin each month II a icatulSpCJ to PEP4SBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev J Saundcr ractorScttcenrerr BandaatUanianflUpm Prayor Meet yeryTbnrda3ntght OATHOUC CHURCH f Jt nUOlStsatctt5e ccsvry BudUay at8and Oortlock tn Services bt6 140selaLnb bOUr i t i h n R1lT8R ORPERS LoiKJBrSpfingneld lodge No 50 riMeet oeicondHbndyn each1 month 1 JWabLngonflO Chapter Ho 27 meets rery third Tuesday Sprtn 1d CouqcU 7tS K meets overt fourthMonday iuqri o r HoSoi MeeU every second aodfrtarth Monday in ewn month jit1411 fJ 1UI XCCbt eTtf- 1f Wed yr onth I= dtlUHTY DIRECTORY OGUITOOURT- t Circuit Conrt begins pntbefonrth Men av In Fcbrti ry May and October l CE Patterson Jlds W B SweseyS Commonwealth Attorney c PM Campbell Clerk T W rnzMatr CoamiaEioaer i OUAIITVRLV OOWBT Quarterly Court lIs held oh tile third Mon 41bejuar3AflJfll7 aad October Jar k W Thofipsoji Judo OOUSTY OURT if County Court meet ontta fourth Mon i VTjiu each month For Tack W Thcmpson Jodge r W P Hooker County Clerk lllT1ut nman County AWorricy JRSmJtk Jailer J T croycroft BhfDeputies srg1Hasten i James IPJioore county Stir veyor W D Sharp Assessor RANoepuy WTJlcEl01C9unt1Treltu8l f i pINPILDsInIo1OP a TCWoe Police Jndffe Jobn Grace Marshal l it W 0 Re dcily Attorn tVaTIO OOUCITr Jurtice courtaare held in January April 1 J nly and October rrIVa1ftMJepute ofTrains 1 t 3 142141 AI P- It 43Itot TyBpnngnold Lv 80 120 8012 15 ValleHlll 5 I 86 g 1203IBookor 5 47 47 ei 14Croake M 168 60 H 37 hVodt wtt 6 032 13 6 68 U 21Endv Timo6 6 12 225 49 161LiTt8tOW1L ti 23 2 55 5 39 10 ONaMroth h 0 80 3 08 6 37 30 amoelik 41 3 31 521102300L5V1U0 6463 60 5c68610 00 Ilbbbs 9 69 41i r 6 It O2Clearmofltl044- S ljJ lstwfl3cc 4 t w8h e herdaville 4 Sio eflubra427 South Birk rIalS A 80 south JoulsvUlo If l 05U Lv LoulayI1leAr p 1I AM E Cfit OF THE 3ULTANAS A PIECE SUPPRESSED HlOTOEY On the evening of tle2Qth of April 18654 a splf ndid steamer was laying at the wtiarf iin fcont of the city of jjiejirtis Her decks were tfc jnged with a vast con eoarspot t soldiers each animated hHome11ward that battles sieges marches were things of the past and that they should soon lay aside the trappings of war and mingle in society with friends and relatives from whom tthey had long been separated Let us give these men more than a mere passing notice They are the representatives of the six great Commonwealths of Michigan Ohio Pennsylvania Indiana Kentucky ind Tennessee who had some three years before when the tocsin of war rang out over our Beloved land exchanged the peaceful pursuits to which they had been trained nnd gone forth with high resQlve and strong aims to do battle for the Sag and the union they loved so ell Behold them now as they stand on the decks of this floating palace They are no longer strong as they used to be Many of them have suffered from wounds and allt f them have been inmates oF Southern prisons Their steps are no longer elastic and their whole aspect proclaims the sufferings they have endured The sun now sinks behind the western hills and the shades of nictht shut out the scene trom view except toward the city where arti ficial light supplies the place of thereat luminary of day and gives lao city at once a beautiful and iimposing appearance An hotfr or two passes which if whiled away in happy conversation by these brave men when all re tiiretotheirvarionerestsng tlacet and everything sinks into ntofoqnd repose The steamer Davit gills carded the freight consigned to this port a short time after midnight begins the ascent of the Father oft Waters AH liouc lies passed sincet s he started on her Northern journey with her thousands of brave men sleeping on her broad decks and jshe has reached a point sbmt nine miles above Memphis whet an explosion louder and more ter rible than the largest piece ofar tillery is capable of making occurs in an instant all is confusion The screams of women and children mingle with the groans of the wounded and dying Brave men rushed to and fro in an agony of ttear Now the fire mounts up through the passage made by thy exit of the exploded boiler andta the boats have all been blown away themon to save tbemselvi from the devouring flames must lleap from the deck into the turpid Water of tne mighty Mississippi The writer Was ono qf the last to leive the burning boat and never in his opinion did human eyes look upon a sadder scene There struggling withall the strength of despair were 2000 men who before this had faced death without fear in almost every con ceivable shape Now many of them were uttenng cries for help the most sad that ever vibrated on hu man ears But they were beyond the reach of human aidnlld Lie who was alone able to save them sawfit in His Infinite Wisdom to lot them perish Thero was the learner all wreathed in flames which but a few moments before was proudly bearing us up the river allaround it out in the river were those who but a short time ago wore quietly sleeping on its deck and perhaps dreaming of bved ones at homo now struggling for life Here was one uttering the most profane language and near him another who was commendmc his spirit to the Great llulor of the universe Theories of the drown i gthe roaring of tho flames asl they leaped heavenward made upI a soeno that can only be fully real ized by these who passed through that fiery ordcali A scOne that tho- m 5t vivid imagination can not terjribtemade my cscaFetanl88 iit might A t Ibe of interest to some one I will answer it here 1 was sleeping on the upper deck against the Pilot House When aroused the first thing I heard was for all to remain quiet until they could run the boat ashore But in a very short tithe the boat was burning rapidly and a panip seized mostof those on board and each seized anything that he thought would float threw it into the rjer and jumped niter it I remained until most of the then had jef t the boat and as I hud never learned to smim you will realize that my po sition was net an enviable one I believed that my time had come when I must bid farewell to all earthlytbings Death was sure and in a short time at that if 1 remained on the boat There was a possibility but no probubility of escape if I bit it But the thought of being burned to death whs too horrible to contemplate and 1 pulled a window blind from one of the windows of the pilot houso andt swung myself down on the outside oft the boat But when I got apposite thu cabin windows tho fire came out of them with such force that I loosed my hoM and fell into the water On coming to the ant fface I was seized by some man and after a considerable struggle with him I releasedmyself and caught a large trunk This soon floated into the wheelhouse and I let it seannd took hold of thp wheel In a short itime the wheelhouse burned loose ind fell over into the river just as a fouse would turn on its side OF about a dozen men who were in it I think I am the only one who es capciWrooi it I finally got on top of and it floated down the river until about 9 oclock when Iwas picked up- Among those on board were Mrij Fiddler Capts McCown anti Par rIshand Lieut Surber of the 6th Ky Car They hind by their bravery and frankness won the es eem and confidence of the whole tegiment Especially is this true of Fiddler who though a lion in battle possessed all the attributes of the Christian gentleman After the explosion he said to Capt McCown Mac I want yU to stay with me but while ho was speaking to the Captain a young lady approached the edge of the boat and exclaimed My Mother Oh My Mother The heroic Fididler could not xseo a lady perish without offering his assistance ao he quickly sprang after her and that was tho last seen of either ot them Capt Parrish and Lieut Surber also perished but whether by drowning or the explosion is un known At length the dawn of the 27 th healed by the sweet voices oi the leathered songsters made its ap pearance Ere long the great hum inary of day rises majestically above the eastern horizon But the melody of the forest songsters falls unheeded on the ears of 1500 of our companions Tho sun which they saw sink behini western hills last eve is not hailed by them this balmy morning They sleep nor will they waken to the most tender call of sister mother wife No beautiful prospect will cause them to open Iheir glazed eyes for they tbeyIwill sleep on till the trumpet of tho Lord shall call the dead of all ages to His presence They sleep the sleep of death and the Father ofr Waters is their shroud their coffin and their grave W S COLVIN Ilelatcd to me by Capt McCown Troubled with Rheumatism Read This ANNAPOLIS Mo prIl16189I have Used Chamberlains Pain Calm for rbeu matiqtn and found it to bo all that Is thebdoopscated muncniar pains on tho mar ket and cheerfully rocommondorfj it ithe public John G BroukH Dealer In Boots Shoes Etc No IB Main street READ TRIll MEBttJJricsvzts St Marys Cunnty ldI sold jv bottle of Chamberlain Pain Balm to a man who had been suf feting sm year eovorftQ MCGiLL For alo at e1 S4si ySsfeffifc V If your children aro subject to croup watch for the first symptom of the dim oase hoarsonefis It Chamberlains Cough Rqmedy Is givon as soon as the child becomes bonnie it will prevent the attack Even after the croupy cough has appeared the attack can always be prevented bv giving thbi remedy It In also Invaluable for colds and whooping cough Living Beyond Oiies Means There is nothing BO absolutely foolish and unremunerative asithe false pride which attempts a jjtyle of living beyond the means of the individual whose only iu cipntivethereto is that others in her set do thus and so and thee1 fore it is incumbent upon her to keepIthe meats to do so comfortably or successfully is of all things most wearing and dispiriting Many a woman at tIe end of the season asks herself what it is all fooUshIergy anti money to gain the favor of certain people who have so much themselves thatthey count for nothing the efforts made to please them and consider that they are conferring p fayor by accepting invitations Yet despite ber experience oftthe vanity and hollowsham of- ti all the chances are ton to one that such a woman will begin her poor pitiful worldly cam paign the next season with rj newed vigor and that she will gain sacrifice herself and fauti ly to this Moloch of frodern society called public opinion If these poor hardworking weary denizens of Vanity Fair only realized that such striving is not only fruitless but derogatory that the very people whose ac quaintance and friendship they are most anxious to sepure would l IIeand respect them far more if they were simple and honest and hospitable according to their means it would save them no endof trouble and discouragement We dined at Mrs As the other eveuing said the sensible wife of one of our multimillion aires and enjoyed it so much She lives in o tiny apartment and has only two maids and she gave us the simplest little din tfer but so good and such a re lief after the elaborate affairs one generally has to alt through Just soup fish a filet of beef an entree and a sweet everything in such excellent taste and only eight at table but just the peo ple one wanted to see Do ask me again my husband said to her as we were leaving I have not enjoyed myself so much this winter And be really meant it We took dinner with some one else who shall be nameless a couple of evenings afterward Such a tiresome experience as it was The dinner was poor and yet very elaborate and every thing was on a scale too big for the house What a mistake these people make I said as we were driving home and how anxious and lagged Mrs looked I expect they are liv- Ing beyond their means was mv husbands manlike conclusion came to me the other day to get me to go into some newI enterprise in which he is ested but I guess Ill keep out ofitHow tired anb digcoutedi Mrs Clymer looks remarked one other acquaintances and yet she has made a success of itthis winter every onp says She has bought her victory too dear1t answered some one who was present She hoc spent more than she can afford She has offended her old friends and what has she gained Tol oration only from the set she has set her heart upon belong tug to lo wonder that she finds the apples of Sodom dustI and a hes Yet she will contin ue to reach aftrthem with tbe same eagerness riext season tI Philadelphia Times ftibscri1e for tbeNEwbLEAD ER pnljr II s yeai ipi 1 8100 Reward S100 ploaedtodreadeludisease that science has boon able to cure In all Its staReS and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo la tho only positive fmternltyCatnrrh requires a constitutional treatment Hauls Catarrh OHIO is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mac ous surfaces of tho system thereby de stroying tho foundation of tho and giving tbe patient strength disoasai i ituc up the constitution and assisting nature to do its work Tho proprl have so much In its curativo powers that thny offer One Hundred Dollars tar any case that it falls to cure Send for llist of testimonials Address F CHENEY d Co Toledo 0t0 Sold 6y Druggists 75eJ CORRESPONDENCE WLILSBURGt From Our Regular Crrcmpondentl tiMrsreturifed from Lawrenceburgb T J Miller was in Louisville llast weekHG B Hawkins and CharMs Mcllvoy are in Lawrenceburg L H Lea of Covington we the guest of W L Bearcy Inc weekhJ L Searoy is in Lexington his week on business William Hicks Louisville wi called to the bedside of his sick mother last week J W Beezley preached at the Christain Church here Sunday TCaptsigned to a distillery In Louis ville Next Saturday night there will be an oyster supper given by the Ladies Aid Society for the benefit of the Christian Church Mss Mamie Merritt began tleaching at Burns shool house llast Monday Our farmers have commenced sowing wheat r DfPaducahBotno of ber enterprises Messrs D Wil son A Son Klmblo Ky write to tho E K Suthorlntnl Medicine Company as fol 1sllows Wo wroto this to certify to the wonderful and grand good results from your Dr Bolls lino TurHoney which is selllnR faster than any medicine wt oversold People who never traded at our store have heard of it and como from adjoining counties for it On case in particular is that of Mrs Smith Wool dridgp of this place who waa so articled with her throat for oycr two years that she could not speak nbovo a whisper After used tho flrat bottle of Dr Belts Pine TarHoney she could talk as well as ever and tho caso Is such a wonderful euro that her neighbors come in to see for themselves and all are rstoulahcd to hear her talk For sale by Haydou tt Robertson Deserved to be Haunted A correspondent sends for publication the following storyI of Pearlin Jean taken from a letterl written by Lady John Scott to the late Mr James Gibson Craig in 1868 Toward the end of the seventeenth century Sir James Stuart of Allanbank was traveling iu Spain While ho was at Madrid he saw and fell in love with a beautiful nun He withdrew her secretly from her convent and promised her that she should go with him to Scotland as his wife and that he would never forsake her She used to dress magnifi cently and from wearing aquan tity of old lace called pearlin he called her his Pearhn Jean After a time he began to thhkI he should have an awkward story to tell if he took her home and he made up his mind to get rid of her by leaving Madrid sudI denl without her knowledge L They did not inhabit the saniet house His carriage and horses stood ready at his door by day dawn and he was just getting in when Pearlin Jean who had for somet reason suspected his treachery rushed to him and entreated him to take her with him Hf3push1 ed her away without speaking Inandher frantic despair sho threw herself oner knees in front oi ir1Jamescalted aD1lpledbJtJ I i i r1dr1 g back upon her proceeded or his journeyPIt was on a dark winter night that he drove up the avenue of Allanbank His return had been sudden and as he knew quite unexpected bybls servants Therefore his surprise was greaS when on looking toward the house he saw that every window AshtscalriagAIstopped thE great doors were thrown open and in a blaze of light Pearlin Jean stool at the top of the steps to receive him From that time she hinnted him As soon as he lay down iin bed she appeared and open ling the curtains at the foot of the bed stood gazing at him His life became a burden to him e neither jue nor slept and he ell away day by day In vain itt friends tried to persuade him that his terrors were imaginary e always replied She Iit there He had a picture taken of her- friendstt bt they would try to cure im of liis delusions by placing this picture on the wall opposite his bed and opening the curtains secretly as soon as he had llain down hoping that if he declared gain he had seen the ghost they might then show him the picture and laugh him out of his fears wo of them hid themselves inI hIS room and the moment his head was on the pillow they drew back the curtains at the loot of the bed Sir James started up With terror in his countenance and exclaimed My God tlere are two of them and instantly fell back in a fit After this time no attempt was made to explain away ber ap pearance and Pearlin Jean continued to haunt tbe house of Al ilanbank as long as it stood ItI was bought and pulled down by Lady Houston Miss Boswell of Blackadder but whether Pear llin Jean still wanders about the eof the old house I dont know Edinburg Scotsman CeremonyIJudge Lea of Morgan county who is a red hot silver man and somewhat excitable in his nature in marrying a couple recently i 3otmixed up with the Democratic platform lately adopted at theI Chicago convention After mistaking two attendants for the bridegroom he started off in this fashion Dearly beloved we are gaLl ared together in the sight of God and in the presence of these witnesses to join together this man and woman in holy matt mony at tbe ratio of 16 to 1 which is an honorable estate instituted of God In the time of a mans innocency signifying to us that the standard silver dol liar shall be a full legal tender equally wivh gold for all debts public and private into which holy estate these two persons present come now to be joined I Therefore if anY nn can show just cause why William Jennings Bryan should not be selected President of these United States llet him now speak or forever hereafter hold hisI peace I re quire and charge you both to stick to the Democratic platform llately adopted in Chicago and iIf any of you know of any tm pediment w y you should not speak now or forever hold ypur ttongue Atlanta Constitution thoII Bit kinds of sore eyes skin diseases etc Its guaranteed to cure by alldcalors Put upln tubes at23c Yoraaloby Hay don t KobOitaon Druggists The oaglB tho king of nil birds is rioted roriItaTtoflu insight ctear and distinct Vision So are those poreons who iis 6 weakleylated title Fir alq by Haydon it Rob crtaon Dnigjilsts r If afltlotod vfith swUp dUeases hair falllnR out and prernatnrobaldness1t do nut use Kroaso or alcli li proporotlor lJutnlnl r1a1IUilrIreueivor Jti t t tGErr Tfrtijf tOG i j nnCnptdumagj1oHis young heart was uierryj his Bpirlta wwe LP7Hp lay neatb the treIjAnd talked with tho jsllim IdslM Jdwod by tlwsoft sdmilw1 b ere i The proud lily brat the fair ypnng3tcra groctSTh srciHola a Tlolet brtl By the worshiping flowers liU vanity fed The modest white vrcae hung herbKuX In de epairSbet Mormnrod nnoonsdotts that ihswaffo fair ItAhWer lao brlht S- Asothen then might f Bottle kind ray of Jotp Ulnnitno ay nlghtl Ely cia ocrhoarlflg her whliparM com J Arc ptalal and approached irbilo tho flower row t talDttThen ha preiSedoht the bliss OnherpotnlaaldM Sho hAd still bltMM there thfaidag of this Hugh O Lkuchlin In Ladles Home Journal SALADS AND THEIR MAKING BulM Which Mut Do Obeyed If Suoctai Ia to UtI AisnreJ The moat important part of a cal mils the droeaicgaiid thoTingr dJt ntin the dreesinjt about which pns should be the most particularl is tovinegar True one must hovd good oil but Bret got your vinegar iao 44 j rule always to be obaervod in t1o preparation of n salad dressing Aiii let it bo tbo right sort or yonx4roaSf ing will be poorr Tho reason Why one can nlways get a bettor salad in a cbClpParl linn oafe than can 1obthInodTh file ibest of our hotels andjrostaurants id athply tbatin Paris andidodnU over FranCotbeyuset puresl and best of olivo oil tarragon maTh and wino vinegar s hoaIIegdcfderv1ngarof Amer joa is rarely fit forust and the white wine vinegarjfrhich is afcorfr of mixture of ood oloobol and aul pburio C dfs dotcffiiilp- A sand well propareotngf on forms thp IScst tart of a dnneTboP- rimob dthgforadsnaII4mnyonnofe for moat fish and other heavy salads is tho rale In malting a plain Irenob dress 3g always ose at least twq Jdnda v of vinegar tarragon and French nmltfldif it can be obtained usa the third soft pure older vinegar Y Hhus giving subtle dolidaus Jlnvo tox5 salad that one sort of vinegar tioverImpartaSOne cannot jdwnya follow tht lame rule in mating a droesinfffor Vr difforentsalaas For example tom toes or ououmbers require more salt than lotttjoo and other greenss 4 except wat r reeB where stfllinoro L Salt Is nee led A dash of English k t mustard Wn great Jmplvom tin a drcasipg1orn tomatosalnd Novor pnr5thic drcseiug overa tSgreen salnd but pu it in tho bottom L of tl o bowl and lay the loavea light tly on top of it andmix with a box CVi t wood fork and poon Just bdforo Bcrving To noako a French dressing put the salt and pepper in tba toKom of tbo bowl first then odd the vinegar and stir till salt ia dissolved After that ndd the oil TbotelatiTepro1 rj rtiOP8 inuatdopend largely iipan what sort of saladla to be dreseod Per lettuce romaino cbiooryi daB delioh fettioua ptfd esparole ee three epoonfufc of oil to two pf vinegar and onesixth M muck black pepper M ealk For OfU B potato twater creel antI tomato wauae equal parted oil and vinegar and fe almoet dovUe the Amount of salt need for the first named greens Whengreieo peppers are Mod put bnoForlottno84 salad add to aaalt spoonful of salt ooesixti of a salt spoonful of black pepper pst it In d nloo bold salad bowl and pour QVOr them a eeoh of 1Starragomalt vinegars Rub the bowllofboxwood salad spoon ad tbe tinea X of a boxwood fork with acnwhod Ldove of garlic Stir the vinegar Tjlth the fork till the aalt ia dim solved then pourfotut deeeertspoon X fnlsotoi1i3thuaa3ad bwlfinix all t together wiU the salad s obn for onominuto EbokethelsttuoeleaTea gently froo from the watac in w which tboy bavo been toying and or 1 tango thorn in tbo bowl feo hat they f 7the7 I moment before servings T4eu gonrtly mix the drafting with the leaves i using the garlia flavored spoon and r fork Xofkjlecorder rcz iMy wlfGlaack aflcoi tsiaftr JBcforpahq gcecawayfor the tasutt i shewriteamooata loaf baUetia so 1 can know exactly wkflN ofeiytkistf kIsi the house tmeaJu f ittf- And then abe cwrlfsi iO wisk j k RMrChicagoBeoortL 1 h sa T 41csja rqiuember thae M a ples N foxevczytbIngiUle Itw tM 1Nf zothec iYe and I know wkeve ttt Ue tis ma 1tabopecketYssss I Btoexnaa S4StIe2W It Badger bates ae hhkmpoios WhatforS tjI met hImone ywke e 4a pate pIiik4nCcctl4uJMI e1I11rxiSthR onio coop1 Hocord i t = t 0 l7 lwyU i tHE NWS LEA ER l 1 r= r T r r TUB NEWSLEADER 0 I tHURSDAYOOTb1896sE J L hftYAL PAGES Wi JI j 4 jlfjcMlflwlloM Keeenarr ito Candidate For HlUly Valued PrefeirattThtf pretty page with tho dimpled thin so Btmgof by the poet fcndwho constituted one of the most ictorftsquQ figures of mediaeval timed t ojRoyalsgo from 12 to 10 years They arc npibid painted by tho Bovtroign pnjoy pay retltn 5rcgative aud perquisites muclxas do the bcfrprcccriLcd certain duties Tbot ilntics aro possibly too more impprtan I has in the days of yore when therp farjrzIC3Zfcrccy and fidelity of her page for tho j br keetrOnbadourhrporforjning them are prpbablymoro c1ept5a1If now than ever owing to thoa r po2lcQcrnvIng for information of thiS JJQ I v kiml from the pages by persons who rjlpUgJ1 that bccausf they taro young walTol fcmptsnud qualify them for this serviceEYbVroynl pagoj are subjected fo very Careful training At vtho court of St Petersburg for inetaUce there is a regoth r fclarccUcgd pit where teEducatedpt ploGentleFortho post of royal page At the courfe r fcf Yicnnn mid Munich an ancestry ot no lcsthan 18 8erntiOWJfreefriinuy plebeiaii strain on pither fathers ior bothers side js required in tho caiidi dates In England anti Russia nobility in oftheI iJlfEons of distinguished officers of th household nrmy or of high dignitaries ot the eI On state occasion they wear gotgeousstr uniforms of blue and silver and many a fair American vhoiias been presented of ilioa itVictorlnnco which they presented standing herv tiotheofficiates in the place ofher Illustrious t jnotherinlaw lit fact their duties tenlimitedstats wibalm1 At the courts jOf Berlin and Vienna the pages figure at all state ceremonies clad like those of England in brae and t iilver At the conrttanquets they stand behind the chairt of the royal and impportal personages Them peruonagesonvo risicg from the table sOmetimes address nfow kindly vrordr to tho boys and Trc sent them with swcctmcat Indeed the 9late Emperor Frederick was wont toso amuse himself by cramming their i mouths full of bonbons nqtil they couldup jipt speak and tBeii plying them with questions demanding an inuuodh toJ1UII fewer or else cracking Jokes that were sara to make them IsugiLcoThese pages were chosen for the c cn si from the Qboyaand from ithe imperial Thpr ginnuin ool pfJegenablo ista tetti1Jccive copunissions hs officers dO uch earlier nge than in this country IAt the court of st Petersburg the tthcorps of pages is n sort of imperialItischool where number of ItWStot t noblemen and state dignitariei both civil sad military are cdncatednt the evczarsOn nttaluinfe their eighteenth yearlthey turn lly obtain commisSi nsns officer of Wthoczarina maintainsHni simildr iustifntibnIorfcrjirls who on graduating rcceiYO theEtitular appointment ptmaidOfh6Udito her inajesty Chicago RccordalNaUoniil irtower I tlntil a flower has playeS an ImporT taut ptvrt in some great historical cvtut oasshamrock of Ireland or ntitu sCbeen surrOunded by overwhelming son limcnt through close andcoutinued ta loi lnYitbsomedfatinsuishcdJJWd widely beloyed man or Wpm nnvi tim caso with tbocpm Qwerperninny Mid the vtplet ofir iicoitjs idle to propose any flower as a national cm blame If lorinstanco Idiicblii oTGar field had been paesfbujrfely fouao1tla srticu1iulocn carricdit nbxtontinuously hBdi itwhen the assassin bullet was fired anti kept it iri Iho hand or by thp Icaide when ithc endvcame then that fiovcr whether it was iiidig e4OU8 tOthiscbnhtry nPOn from the old worltXTnT bCvr thou Jegfs latlve enacfincntj withdht mqurgiDR off thepart of individuals or assocfa lions Tiavd bcconle tub natumal flovver Under such circumstances it is n fhardtfo bclieya that even the blossbmof f plant before generally tstcpmed o nox- Jons wctd might bo taken upjind given qlpotcslyjcondftibiiB under which the pe eI otliQ1tQuutrrareUJreJyloJ ticulat flower aa h uuti fal Ithaca Democrat m6lcmji l The fAiret and Slates ol aUpus Row RhortUVed othenniU itesof nations A low ihoBthff ago there jvas GenrimcmjolOrl ditties he was rallied nt in thejarcss mid in society uropcnfnbIdiingscro raid of iim rIvalthicker than water imd wo are rapidly thoialarchitects toasted him with enthusiasm and with happytact themaster f many Icgipna has meat n gold wreath to tho JSSt Royal dragoons of which ho isIfSDloneMo remind England that Prussia Thfrolions are oundcd not on kinship atiln hifitory but onr elf interest nOd ris J this changes public feeling changcMoot 1h sSaturdwy Heyior weinbbwtf bookmaker andi owner lra liorses now i iliJsndvri1ib u lrijmd 1n thicotthtryvfhat r iTnkp nnarnhtiuq line w f4 WIJaa1 Ti W tIt Irr 1i ii l f i1jrf I HEAVY HORSES Mlchlrnn JFanaep Becoinmondi Theta WifalTfor farm Work A Michigan correspondent Country Gentleman and formerly an advocate medium weight horses writes as follows About five years ago I bought a team heavy horses weight about 10001 s each more boabso 1 could noc what I wanted fir lighter weights ufrOm any good judgment of niy Sown I had not had the team a week octTheir superiority over tho oilier mspi the farm proved They mO fmti sbguoflgreatertcr ot tho situation wherever putat work I founS that it took no more p them thaff tho lighter horses un c it miff be thatthoy consume a little more hay for they recciyo ill sam Ldworkfar lemincomes to taking loads to town they k inster than tho others besides ling considerably more at a load q great was tho change in my opin ion on tho subject of heavy horses for farm work that I have since bought nnjer team of tho same kiHd These two n do tho hardest Tieavieat work on farm at all tImes all the heavy wing hich it would require three lighter horses to mdhagc For certain kinds of work tho smaller hcrfcs aro all right For cultivating certainievery purpose or who has not work enough at any time thsyear to hun him Ho cnn take tblYIength is required give me the heavy5O horses every time A heavy horse necessarily a slow one nor need ho be an kwnrd one A horse of heavy weight uld not be refutes to boa burden tp himself either but in good fair condi n with no protruding bones More grain and less hay should be tile rule on mo tialvoteams let one of them be heavy They ll take all heavier work off the ssn aUer team and these may be used for light rood wprk when required Storage Reservoirs There are hundreds of farms in every rt of tho country where storago reser lrs for impounding storm water can irrigatooonsidernbhJ tion of machinery It is time these re urces were being considered and utile bed The present farming ccason brings tho subject whether wo want it ut tho front or not says the Texas Farm d Ranch It has been found profitable to irrigate from wells Shallow wellsof urse are preferred but hundreds of feet of depth does not prohibit their use eap and economical engines have beer vented to do tho lifting For this par windmills are most economical for all plants in regions where tho win reliable Thero are other engines bet r fitted for operations on a larger scalene advantage of wells is that the water can be stored at any desired height thtia bringing all or any part of e farm wider water In this connec prncUCalThe greatest sources of wastage art and seepage In a large rea ervoir or pond these reach their maximum and in case of an accident all thi aterBtored may bQlost in a day It is much better to have two or more small tanks or to add to tho depth at tho expense of the surface area Some tanks have been made where the evaporation most equaled the resources of the pump and the evaporation and seepage corn lined exceeded it in dry hot weather wo tanks are better than one in cose f any accident that might render ono cf thorn temporarily useless tf CAORIAorInmantnandChildrcn I tl tt wsnu FOR SALE lAvill sell a receipt to keep eggs Nnrngnnsctt Turkeys W P Rocfcs and Brahma Ccckcrclls cheaper than any one MRS KATE GREEN Texas Ky When Itab UA her Cartorin 8Whesosacbztortaf1e bocarao JIbs tho clung Jo Costorlo When tho hail ChIldren die gavo them Cartons JPGREENESSALOON I have opened a saloon on Main Street adjoinir the grocery off S M Karrick where I will be pleased to have my friends and slpatrons call when needing any thio Jn my lipo I w ii kEep uplbipcr but tbe very best brands th6 market affords Will real 0 a specialtyl of too P AM 0 U S YELL WtTONE which has tbe Tcpntaton of being the finest jtj the world Your patrphaoe Bpliyjtcd and courtCR e endpr7 r tti 0 r FALL AMOOHCEIEM I op t 1 NEWGOODS j =Cz CLOTHjING ish and best lilting Suits and Overcoats to beIound iin townO HATS A ntw line ofHatsthe lates- tapejust received You will sadSHOES FOOTWEAR in the best of1 wakes and the latest styles for adies Men and Boys We still ad in Gents Furnishing goods DRESS GOODS We have just gotten in our Fal Stock of New Dress Goods in the latest designs and trimmings to match themm CLOAKSETCWe Ladies Misses and Childrens Capes Jackets and MILLINERY land new stock arriving every y CORSETS Just received direct from Newt York a full line of Corsets fromi up The best Corset evert off red for the mone- yUNDERWEAR Our line of Underwear is com plete All at prices to meet themes J G Mansfield LEXINGTONj October 6 to 16 KEWFtJCKYt T1 U H B ASSOCIATION THE Worlds GreatestTrotting Meeting 755000- t STAKES PURSES IlayTheJstnyGrelltdnyThedayTheihduyThodayThoKentuckdriyGreattJJYTheAt Least 3 Great Races Dally THE CELEBRATED BellstedtBallenbari Band ij Great Soloists 85 Performer = Half Faire on All Railroads Programme on Application IJ C MulKWKLI Ell ATI TON Ires Kw r BitcUleng Arnica Salve Tho best salve In the world for Cuts HruisCK horoH ukors nSail Rite u urn fever sores Tetter Chapped bands Ceilblalns corns aud all kin eruptions nnd positively cures PiliH or no pity required It Isgimrnulcod to give per fcit BilUfnclinu yr money refunded Price ponta per lox at llavduu t Huh crhOn Drug Stoic FOR RENT My farm situated six miles East off Springfield on the Sprin deld nnd Mackyjlle turn pike containig about 160 acres 0 tmcrem to go in corn 30 acres or wheat or oats and the bal auce in eras A good dwelling and all necessary outbuildings MKSSALL1E FENWIClv Ferwick Ky FOR RENT A farm of 3acrtet tobe used as follows 45 acres for corn 50 acres for wheat and oats 100 for good grazing and 50 acresI woodwIth fairly good grazing The farm iabout three miles from Springfield and six railep from Lob anon adjoining the farm of R F McElroy FOr price ot renting and- otherpitrtiCtilnraapyly to either YRFdorWWNe1roy t VuflflT5PEpstA IndlfrcjiUon IJKOWN8 and IRON bBi1itBckO1 hastudomarl 1 iJa i j t i r ELECTIOY NOTICE 8tateot Kentucky r Sct Washington Ciunty l Sept 4 1896 At a called meeting off the Jus ticos of the Peace hel1otthc Court House in Springfield ItyOfl FrMay iTept 4 1890 JhckjW hompson County Judge presid ing and J S Yanjcey Loin Uary Joha Ilardesfjt B E Cambron and W 1 Scruggs Justices ofl the Peace for said county being piesent n motion rftgularly made and car rieil it is ordered that an election be held and a poll opened at the next regular election in an1 for id county towit1ov 3 189u take the sense ofi the ilegal voters said county upon the question- sa to whether or not the fiscal court thereof shall issue and sell the bonds of said cjunty to such an amount as may be necessary not oxceediiie 812000 for tho yiirpose ott purchasing and maintaining the turnpike mails of said county free of toll to tho traveling public Said election to lle held na pro llell in tthe general election law of Ken tuck and in tho manner proscribed by an act oHhe General Assembly of Kentucky entitie1nfl pet to pro vide free turnpike anti gravel roads approved Murcn 17 1896 by the- uthority of which said act this election is ordered The County Clerk is ordered to prepare time ballots for slid election and ho riP Lave printed upon same the ques tion Are you in iavor of fssuing ibinds for tho purchase andmain tainancti of the turnpike roads ol t 0hUeling public s provided in time Genera Election law of Kentucky See 1459 Ky Statutes and John T Cra croft Sheriff of Washington County is hereby ordered toadver tise said election urd the object thereof for at least 30 days next before the day upon which tame is lobe held in the Washington county KKWSLKADEH it being the per hiving the largest circulation in said county artialso by printed handbill posted up at not less thor tour public places in etch voting precinct in s county and ut tin Court House dlor copy attest W i Cooker c1rk In obedience to tho foroyoiny order there will be a poll openeii at nil of ttc voting procii cs in Washington county on Turdiy diy of Nov 1S9G totLkc the of tlie voters as to whet tier o- rit thefipcil court shall isue nnd sell the Binds of suit county to such an mom t nl miy bo ncces sary not exceed ne 512000 fur the purpose of purchasing anti mnin taming the turnpike roads of said county fre of toll to the tiavoinc public Given ndr my hand this 30th day of Sept T Cmycroft 0Sheriff Wash Co Tbo rnrliu ton Jonrndl tiny wlitorially of a ji pular patlIt inetlKiiM Wo know from oxpcricuro Unit Pbuiii lrlrtins Colin nnd 1iurluipn Koiiicdy is nil that is oluiincd for It nn on two Ions it pic i oxiinttlutiiis pal its itiul pog Jbly ted us from tin un timely irroro would not rest onv ovnr itiglit without It in Tills rMmdy undf iititcully saved more pain ami Mtllbrin than nuy oilier uiod iclpo in world Ivcry fninlly sbould koop it in house for it is sure to needed soonor tr later IHzziiirsn beadacbo pniiiS in Luck arocuiTO by Kents Lnxntlvo Jrol your druffgitt fur it or total to Neat Inc ativo I4uUvlllo Ky IHca a good log Ho never hurt t fury one Dout you how hos wag giiiK his tam Littlo Girl still shrinking bcckH Yes I nee but that isnt tho cud Im afraid nL Collicrla Weekly ITho Spitting Naliancr to stop spitting in the of cordsfitrcar cars by means asking passengers to dosiit frpm tho practice has tailed and the board of health has taken np tho mltt rtIthas passed an order forbidding spitting in the cars under penalty of arrest and Quo Diking Aoheca A thorongJilyDatcli Bcheme for the defense pf Acheen in Sumatra Is pro posed by an honest citizen Of DejftrIt iis tp srirrouad the district which cu prja jjj oOOO square acres wjtbrdikos that can be opened in C2iev qfatacky tdL 1 lJ i r eJiji t ii II 0 = tJ rr rl J l OO If you pay now yejii can ge you County Paper the NEWS LEtrDER- FOR ONE YEAR JNew Management New Features New Dress INeY s Spicy Original Independent And an Indespensible vis- Itor Help in every us householdI your and we will give you paper of which Washington County will be proud 1 FOR I5oWo will wend you time NEWS LEAPER and the Weekly Courier Journal for one year- NEWELEADKK and weekly Com mercial for 8125- NEVSLEADKR and Cincinnati I Inquirer for 81 85 KuwsLEAirER anti Cincinnati TviccaWpok Commercial Guz cUe for SLpa Call for rates on other papcroand magazines Como in and see us acadia r your money to Ej LDAVISONJRt 1 r ltdit4j1EWLAtEJ itri r itjAa dt i3 f fJi t 4 5 it o wu h MELROY Cl V SHTI fdt QBAVE JUST RECEIVED A PULL LUtE OF8s tkRANGES COOKINa ANDHE IN STOVES iCOAt VASES COL fyfrgg8fri SHOVELS Etc GRATES G RATE BACKS J FIRE BRICK CHIMNEY FLUES J J AND SKWER EIPE 1 sri H 0rSee their COAL OILREATJ1 ftitThe Beste in thelW ZrIa r 0J LrkJAPANEtWATER SETS MCKIE LLMfEI EAKETILE3ND OFFEEFOSiJ 1 ROATINGPAtSAKE PA SvlBREAD ADORESBOXtTIucusP A0GALVANIZEIYIRON lUCK itli J a1rlve them a call and c theirprice hmii1 =r and Building Material v tv riWt MI Tin Roefing atid GutteriDg A SPe h j41 Y i= jr erdiJj ai nuitroNE BEN llAThOt Jm eBurtonC BEN HAYBGN Sr Manager ITi1llEtg1tIfir8 and Funeral Directors Coffins Caskets Biirial Robes Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered I promptly night or day The seniors ftn EXPEEIENCEB- EMBALMEI t- a gnichmtet ftcm a scllcnr of r- enihalming IIiavo been engaged rr f C JimiLLU1fONCOI t1 i 1 llagi11IGiJ fjri J l 5IlJ4Tf tt bul0 7i= = 3f 3ej q r 1TT = == WHENTiEDEVELI X ilciiimA r Plu vUn LJ vii rot Tclj Jr iIlit L vii fit ik wii lo tt 0To rt veil end kcrnwo uk NBrvTB IAXATlVfi MSn bottle Jskr1rt local inerclant or gist odit Jtorh CI V rx d I J t S GREEN APPLES DRIED VVPPjLeSlt tWc are the largest exporters of dried frnit la the World asS the largest receiver wd Sshippers fJiboth eeen nod dried apples Ia tho Itatesnd gett1moIglssLmarketepn5ceawe Is a trIal sllipment wpru these facts StenCils sent free applIcation I Write us for further InformatIon lad ship your goods to teadquantcr Wo huuUo anything In the sraln or produce Iinestnictiyooomnm1u1on GTofj HERNDONCARTER COl Louisville Kyi ft5iJyHr1W 1J KceuiyiE gc BRO r LEHD1NG LIgeR Ml 61 t t LeB1ON KY lanr vJ g 1STAnLESpduin Avenue and Ivfulberry Streott 5JL3aclt of Norris Rouse bi5I I ot1JI 1 I 7 rJ ntU Yt GOOD VEHICLES PlftSTr CLASS HOKSES i ii lf fiiilSpecial Rates to Commercial Men Safe and Reliable DrivergJ tba4Washington pountryTrAae Solicitedl 1c R HARMON THE LIVERYMAN First class livery outfits New rsJerseythe use of excursion patties or drummers The most convenient LitchiLg ard fpudiug place jo tmwn MAIN ST SPRINT FIELD 1- CFARMFOR SALE Mv farm of 145 acres on the Springfield toad six miles from town adjoining Gregory Bro onone side and Judge Litsey on eUltlg1lar r1tJrr1 M Re I1NfkL 1 ft ft5 Pi 11 Iil1iii1s ThgIlIiQ Hit rtP jjtJ s l f dli1 f KOIC f t TAXPAYERS h ttIi tYoAj taxes due tbe contity and1 Slate for ISq6 are pastdiie pdyon will saveuither COSt antroublH by paying JBae at once v I5A1 pf t iJtflNT CRAYItOET Ii= t t tPeisonal FnExG4 pasre nmeIlI Fefeimicbmok It 10 nnr PCIsoiiplflletcd villi any speelmi tHiroiilo or ctoljcato ateonsn peculiar lo their 8lC mJlddn uthOliadInnvnbv lLi innS and surceons of tbe l1t1mWcsI Ur JJntiiawayt to 70 D lfI riJrtreotj I bIegnit r f i f EQRSALEL b ArUBPrr Partfler9ftI fiarof Mnks rca nqitTering 11 first1B2OfldfsoPcjvcrCiruiar 1 J ttp loging nuilitpii JUrbigmulept dc I Aoiou8o oiid lot in tho i4 pYtictmiaTai thujISiifigiihLrs1 t W w d tw ita y i i i TTT7 f i t iu VrZMoIi rr fiII rS t I f C k Y 9 L 2 i 7f THE NEW LEADEffr r W4Jit4f oU BEISLEAR 11TUL1SUED V1RniUJSDY1t9 b T t V SPRINGFIELD KY J SlOOpen roan t Pita nt t 1 TEETH tr tETRPCFEq rLITHQUT f t PIIIl B fief uaa at Vitalized ArGaa I itnd which dew Method of ruy own Icvec no bad eflbcta J AuiOciul toctb of diircrcut gtajcs tntd pri I f1 lrawa tilting troth may 1xt tlghU senoti nl HtuaU cxpotisp UuinViK WoKk and Chovxiso 1c iIIClnlri I s FIRSTCLASS WORK PKICCS REASONABLE HtlOKK HOeen I Piitnf will 4 occupy Ur Nildersolll u dar Jinir thentire month propnnxl to 1i ill kinds of work Will J uNt iniiko anpttointmet fur pr Wllllert days tlrst Wed f aradnt Pmradayand Friday pafrath mouth WKFICM Over PostofRw 1 1Mun onkr No 62 Fourth Ave Ti sviLt iCv JI F R WILDER Dentist Jl JFRl EHAri t OFFICE HOURS i tc 4 p m k it Tuesdays and Saturdays l SPRING EIKLD KENTUCKY 1 u DR JBR COOPER o101 Hayden R 1btrt drug 4 lC S Ml in St1 SPKIKGKIELDI i1 e t D1JIBURMJ z DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN lz MausficlSI floiitt sVire t SPRINGFIELD KY Crosfland Bridge work A Specialty 5Tt 2FOR 4fiiiHl THe 4 W6 k1Y J Commercial Frcato Readers of this PaperI An ono sending us in a stibscripticr o this apor tor ono year accompanied br l50tl cualnr snhscilpUon prier tu tho NBWS IiBADKn will bo tspnt frcp- oi charge for one year n copy pf tits TjouiBvlHeWceJcly Cemmcrcliil large 64coIumn paper llllciluith more new 4than any utter uletropnllinn veokly Abselately Correct Market Reports IJ J am S7yearanld and havo used about all of tho cough mid lung remedies that 11 halo boon sid during toy life and for the bqnoflt of life 1ttrcrII1S I will say that I hsxfc tiover usetPany remedy that oluliitt Jr IJoUa 1lno Tar Honoy It- plvon quick ant nentfahonl relief in pripptyriTvoH atnlherughs Wpkcep It Iji our house all tie and would tint be without it Miw M A lKTaa jot rtlt St radiicab KV For sale by ll ydon tt Kobertson i4 SatlicrlauUsl Kagle rye Salvo Cures 1McKenna Wiiiskcy JoThis celebrated i Lrariil cf vruiflkey 1 keep53rsale atmy bar ant mat kc a specialty of it for family and for mpdicinal uses iPsoNt4f ihtanfloro AttuJanwClitbaltcut orDi tIou ct uooyentlgaawwtcd I JBOUT T0Wr4 i t NEW pigs feet mackerel salmon in bulk at Y J A SHADERS x iQItAPE8 bananas pears etc al wnyaohhand at J A Sii ACER alIIhOersItinsYu can find the latest nobbiest and most stylish hate in town at Mrs Kate Williams at the lowest prices TRY the Columbia River Salmon something now price 10c a pound at J A SHADEBS MB George Lear was elected as keeper of the county poorhouse for two years begining January 1 1897 THE Charity Club on last Wednesday received a donation in the way of books from George Nownes publisher of London England REV Ray of Louisville will preach Sundaymorning a very fine speaker FISCAL Court was held the first part of the week and quite a number of claims against the county were al lowed and ordered to be paid iREv J H Beazley of Newcastle preached at the Baptist church Mon day night to a large congregation He proved to be quite an interesting talkersNEW pickles new sorghum pickling vinegarnew oatmeal nudavene mince meat and many other new gopds for sale at low prices byeJ A SHADEBS Man Kate Williams Invites the public to her opening Saturday Oct 10 1890 She will show the prettiest largest and the most fetching and chic T line of Hats to be found in town RUE Spilman the Artists and Photographers of Harrodsburg will be in Springfieldagain about the 10 or 12 of this month Leave orders for work with Thompson z Clements Fair desirable only for children IF the gentleman who left his buggy at my stable on last County Court day and took away cno belonging to another party will return and make the exchange he will save trouble and confer a favor on mo C L HARUOJT Spring cleaning in the house is im portant and to cleanse the human system is even mere so heats Lax ative tones one up cleanses and regngInteR the bowels hvar anti lkidreyp For sae 50c a bottle by Kaydon Robertson and Waters Browne As thrr is a great deal of complaint In regard to the street lamps not being kept lighted andalso of their not burning long enough ono of the City Dads suggests that the rood citizens employ some of our worthy tollgate raiders to come to town and pub in a plant for both water works and elec tric lights High School under the manage IIInE of Prof J M Rice is already a marked increase in the at tendance There aTe now quite a large number of pupils onfollod and there many more who have signified their intention of attending Prof Rice has made a great many friends among his scholars and bids fair to be very popular among them THE handsome new structure whfoh Messrs McChord Robertson are putting up is expected tQ bo finished not later than the first of tbu year The first floor of the building in the rear will be used for groceries etc When finished the building will one of the handsomest of its kind in this section of the country and an ornament of whichi the town may well feel proud COL Titos W BULLITT a sound money Demount of Louisville spoko to a largo crow hero at the Court- House Wednesday afternoon Col Bullitt is a RSQI speaker and has an easy and gncsful way of presenting his views on the financial question Tho crowd among whom there warIsome of our representative ladosgavc him very respectful and marked at tontion throughout his entire talk Tilt Charity Club cordially invite tho public to thpoponing of the Public Library on Saturday afternoon The ladles of tho club will hold a Re ception from 3 to 8 p m Donations of books or any articles suitable for charitable purposes will ho thankfully received at that time Miss Mamie Cain has been appointed Librarian The Library Acsociation is offered to all who wish to become members Upbn pa anent of St which entitles them t membership for one year A Nurnrio party composed of tho younger set spent the day at Over tons Leach land all report a most dnjbyahlo time lTho following were eIoeoSlmmRIAdbur- Burton Frank Nbo Bay JJrowil iab- bartdnItarryxhnmpmnIte e tt U ertson Jim Ole mentE and jr Copper j Tho ohaperpnoa wero MraJpbnS1nms and Mica Gillie McEIrcy L j AT a congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning at which the absence of many members of the congregation was noticeable and also quite prone to theIhad had several months in which to decide as to whom they should call and that she thought action should betaken at once After some lively dis cushion it was decided by a unani mous vote of the members of the church present to call the Rev R E C Lawson of Norfolk Va who is re commended as a very scholarly gentleman and n good church worker r i DIEDAt herhome near Springfield September 22 1896 Eliza Spaulding aged nineteen years Just budding into womanhood tall of life hope and promise Her lather motherland two brothers are left to monrn her lore not as those who have no hope fcr hers was such a consistent Christian i character that all her friends and neighbors are filled with the hope that Our loss is her gain The death of one 30 young again reminds us that in the midst of life we are in death 0 not in cruelty not in wrath Tho Heaner mine that diy TVHS an angel visited thoKrecn earth Au J took the flowers away FnawS TuB Chataqua Society met on Monday evening at 730 oclock at the home of Judge Jack Thompson The study for the year 1898 is the The Growth of the French Nation and it promises to be very interestingthough somewhat difficult Officers for the ensuing year were elected Miss Mag Thompson was unanimously made President Mies Mary Browne Vice President and Mrs Will Thurmpn inIterestfnghe adjourned to meet again 4Octoberwitb the following program Words of Welcome sties slag Thompson Lesson Class The Cave Dwellers Mrs Jack ThompsonuHauihal and 6HisChord Character SketehU Julius Caesar Miss Jennie Browne Historical StudyHenry III and the re lation of England to France During His Reign Miss Kate Mayes Essaya The Constitutional Relationship Be tween France and the United States Miss Mary Browne SAYS one of our town merchant By all means there should be a cattle ordinance It is a disgrace to the community at large This talk of their being a necessity all bosh They argue that the hogs and cattle eat the along the street which saves the town from an epidemic cf fever many times This is tea but they arc a menace to the public safety general For instance a cow got on steer the other day and the streets being somewhat crowded created quite a panic and everybody was com pelled to turn indoors for safety until the animal was caught and led awayjj to a place for safe keeping And as1twoup the street here comes a hog run ning at full tilt and ran into one of them knoking her down and for a time she was badly hurt but got off luckily with a few bruis s The NEWSLEADER suggests that the best way out of the difficulty is either for everybody to have a barrel for that purpose or to burn all such trash as they very properly do in the East Some these days the town will havo to otI a suit for damages then perhaps will got Biiqh an ordinance PERSONKI Toni llill Lebanon was hero Sun day Mrn J O Mansfield wits in U UK rUle Monday C MofJill returned last Tuesday frAin n Irlp to Ixiiihvillo Quito a crowd froin tills jilnco nt toiulml tho ball game at HI Hoaoijuiuluy no C Cmycroft nnd Johnnie Ifoiwn attended trio hpoaking at the Burg yis torday Mrs II Tlturnian attar a weeks with relutlvcM In luliauoii has 10 turned homo Miss Villyn Knott hay returned homo after a ilciisant stay with fiionds lu L nusvillcPr Wlldnr Iho popular dontisl of lyonisvillH ia hero cut his in ulur monthly visit Mist Myrllo JIansft ld loft jMondav for ItoKloii MttHs to attend u schnoiut Ihisiwil Culture Mr Stivo Xoo and family f1Jr- nm xpiiiit Sunday ufiornyon with its mother at this plate oJr Hob Cttinpboll our popularClr cuil Clerk was iu LoulsvlUo taturday aiJ Sunday of last Vook Mr Thnrmnnof Mwroncoburg spent Sunday with his winter who is at tamdrng school at tit CatharinoM I ARM FOR SALE acrerdIIfor sale It is wall watered ono l1D a high state of cultivation with plenty of fruit treesaU bcanbR For particulars Ball or rots at SprirgfieldIr JiM MOCK IFree and Unlimitedi MolloyMde By everybody who Buys ofus Our immense stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Furnish inks and Notions is for sale either AS a whole including fixtures- or we retail it out AT COSTThe truth of the matter is we are going into some other bus iness Oar house is full of New Dress Goods New Gapes New Clothing New Shoes New Underwear dad only the very best of goods in every department Below we quote a few of our At Cost Prices Cut 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fi u6Micbssn Ae crngon Rrmons Ever Fills Tunic fdltcaarea eriDtrcatinent for Cott otilxtfq t 5iha i36ir Ott Cdll a dote Pr t = t i t X THE NEWSLEADEREt3 1 7Jf 1 IL il = r AVegetkPrcparalioiforAS 5IIatIflgLToodandReguIa Ipsesttoic1ezM ocss and eMCoMalIS nelthrJ uIM BJr11i NOT Nxac TIC r AectIes1t ferCQLp ttonSoiir5IohDi4xea Woras reverisl idLOOPSLUI ciae Sip of 44g f fIEW yo REllELINJlH V UUtJe t When tho ablebodied cdtizena of the Tillage formed a company and marched away to the vrar Major Tom Boldin as sumed in a manner tho burden of the village cares Everybody ran to him vhen vthey felt obliged to discuss their affirsTbo Borrows of the town were dragged before him His little bench I1tI tho sunny side of Migglesvillo tavern became a sort of an jopen court whcro people camo to apeakrcaentfully of their grievances He accepted bin position nnd struggled manfully under tho load It behooved himos n man who had Been theaky red over the quaint low cities of Mexico and tho compact northern bayo nets gleaming on tho narrow roods One Tfarm cummer day the major sat asleep ouhi little bench There was a lull in tho tempest of discussion which nsuatly nnvclbped him His cane by nso of which be could make the most tremendous and impressive gestures re posed beside him His hat lay upon the Bench and his old bald head had swung tforward until his nose actually touched tho first button of lila waistcoat The sparrows wrangled desperately in tho road defying perspiration Once a team went jangling and creaking past raising a yellow blur of dust beforq the soft tones of the field and sky In the long grass of tho meadow across the road the insects chirped and clacked a frowzy headed boy peared in tho roadway his bare fCtt pattering rapidly Ho was extremely excited Ho gave a shrill whoop as he discovered tho sleeping major and rush ed toward him He created a terrific Daub among some chickens that had been scratching intently near tho majors feet They clamored in an insanity of Soarand rnsbcdhither and thither seek lug o way of escape whereas in reality all ways lay open to them This tumult caused tho major to arouse with a sudden littlo jump of amazement and apprehension He tub 4xl his eyes ami gazed about him Meanwhile some clever chicken had dis covered a passage to nafety and led the Jlock into the garden where they jquawked in sustained alarm f Pouting from his run nnd choked V withtoryor tho littlo boy stood before tho major strngglingwith a tale that v eyor upoutho tip of W tongas jdaornbwniajoi l Tho old man roofed fium drticiona ilumbcr glared impatiently at tho lit tie boy Come comet Whats th matter with yeh ho demanded Whats th matter Dont stand there shaking Speaknpl Lots is th matter the little boy shouted valiantly with a courage born of tho importance of bifltiilb My mas Chicken us stole an nowhes MYel latho woodal Who is Who is over in tho woods rGp ahead Uowtht rebel ial What roared the major 4 v 14Th rebel cried tho littlo boy with tielastbreath The major bounced from his bench in EcapcstuotufexcSitemcnt Ho seized the little boy by the collar and gave him a wgreatjerkV Where 7 Are yeh sure Who saw in1How long ago Where is ho now d h dyehaeoim Tho little boy frightened at tho ma t jors fry began tosobAfter a mo menu be managed to stammer Hes noivhosinthowbodst I saw isnl He locks ugliern anything Tho major ruleased his hold upon tho Soy mid pausing fora time indulged fci a glorious dream 41By thunder well ketch tho cuss I chVl tJlereli told the oonndont iiI a word V anybody Do yeh hear U The boy till wcaptag nodded arid i ttr major hurriedly entered tho Inn Ueook down froxn4tat pcis pa ask vVord smoothbore riflo and carefully exwuined the enormous percussion cap H vhut was fitted over the J1leM i- j frpftingthp cap ho removed it and ro yphced it with a pen ouo Ho ficrnti couldJi wereieiliWhen Jie aurrived upon thoporch of thttiyeru ho beheld the yard fillejl WithebsootYf f rSEE THAT Til13- FACSIMILE SIGNATURE F r IS ON TH- EWRAPPER OF EVER- YBOrrTLE CASTOR1A OutaU fa ptrt up la onedie IcttlM ealy It It not sold la talk Boat ann anyone to tall yoa anything eUs oatiu plea or peals Uiat It U Jut u good sad Will fcanrer every par pose QBe6 tint jot get 0A8T0BIA ftfo b = lieu = mr- nppir DnOlUlIWeUr returnee too major Well whats the got said old Peter Got Got a rebel ovcrin th woods roared the major At this sentence tho women and boys who had gathered eagerly about him gave vent to startled cries The women had come from adjacent houses but the little boys represented tho entire village They hud miraculously heard the first Whimper of rumor and they performed wonders in getting to the spot They clustered around the important figure of the major and gazed In silent awe The women however burst forth At the word rebel which represented to them all the terrible things they deluged the major with questions which wero obviously unanswerable He shook them off with violent impa ticnce Meanwhile Peter Witheby was trying to force exasperating interrogations through the tumult to the majors cars What No Yes How dl knowj tho maddened veteran snarled as he struggled with his friends Not Yes What How in thunder d I know Upon tbo stops of the tavern the land lady sat weeping forlornly At last the major broke through the crowd and went to tho roadway There as they all streamed after him ho turned i and faced them Now lock aberet I dont know anymore about this than yeh do ho told them forcibly All that I know is that theres a rebel over in Smiths woods on all I know is that Im agoiu after imIt But hol on a minnet said did Peter How do yeh know hes a rebel I wknowDont yeh think I know what a rebel is Then with a gesture of disdain at the babbling crowd bo marched determin edly away his riflo held in tho hollow of his arm At this heroic moment a new clamor arose half admiration half dismay Old Peter hobbled after IheI major continually repeatinghHoi on a The little boy who had given theI alarm was tho center of a throng of lads who gazed with envy and owe discov e bringforth to them eloquently Tho women started after the figure of tbo major and old Peter his pursuer Jerozcl Branson a half witted lad who comprehended nothing save an occasional genial word l i grfnneikel r passed out of view around tho turn iu t s Vhooklleaves For a moment the little group of women listened intently as if they expect ed to hear a sudden shot and cries from tho distance They looked at each other their lips a little ways apart The trees sighed softly in tbo heat of the lummor sun The insects in the meadow contin ned their monotonous humming and somewhere a hen had been stricken withI JoudlyFinnIIy Well Im goin to th turn of thIroad anyhow Mrs Willotta and Mrs Joo Peterson her particular friend cried out at this temerity but she said Well Im goin anyhow She called Branson Come on JerozcL Ych re a mar an if ho should chase us why yeh raw pitch inteh fim Hey everybodyHeb her down the road A little boy attempted to follow then but a shrill scream from his mother mado him knit Tho remaining women stood motionless their eyes fixed upon Mrs Goodwin aria Jerozcl Then at last one gave a laugh of triumph at her conquest of caution and fear and cried Well Im goin tool Another instantly said So am L Thcrabegan a general movement Somo of tho little boys had already ventured a hundred feet away from tho main body and at this unanimous advance they spread out Mend in little groups Somo recounted terrible storied of rebel ferocity Their eyes wero largo with exfc citcmeiit The wholo thing with its possible danger had for them a delicious element Johnnie Peterson who could Whip any boy present explained what be would do in echo tho enemy should pounce out at him The familiar scene suddenly ansnmed a new aspect t Tho field of earn lvhicn mpt thoro 1d unon the left wusnolouv ly IIi place whose recesses could contain all tanuucr of dangers Tho long green leaves waving in the breeze rustled from tho passing of men In tho song of the insects there were now omens now threats There was a warning in the enamel blue of tho sky iu the stretch of yellow road in the very atmosphere Above the tops of tho corn loomed the distant foliage of Smiths woods curtaining the silent action of a tragedy whose horrors they imaginedlThe women and the little boys came to a halt overwhelmed by the impress ivpncss of the landscape They waited silently Mrs Goodwin suddenly saldit CTheIm poin back cried at once disdainfully Well go back if yak want to II A cricket at tho roadside exploded suddenly in his shrill song and a wom an who had been standing near shrieked in startled terror An electric move mont wont through tho group ot wom on They jumped and gave vent to sud den screams With tire fear still upon their agitated faces they turned to bo rate tbo one who had shrieked jWhynets sakes dont holler liko that again I Hol on o minnet Peter Withoby was crying to the major as tho latter full of the importance and dignity of his position as protector of Miggksvillo paced forward swiftly The veteran al ready felt upon his brow a wreath form ed of tho flowers of gratitude andaS ho strode ho was absorbed in planning a calm and soIl contained manner of wearing it Hoi on a minuet piped old Peter in the rear At last tho major aroused from his Ircam of triumph turned about wrath fully Well what Now look ahero Itmid Peter What eke goin to do The major with a gesture of supreme exasperation wheeled again and went on When he arrived at the cornfields hCgbaltcd and waited for Poter He sud dewy felt that indefinable menace in the landscape Well demanded Peter panting The majors eyes wavered a trifle Well he repeated Well Im goin in there on bring out that there rebel They both paused and studied the jcntly swaying mass of earn and ndhi them tho looming woods sinister with possible secrets Well It said old Peter The major moved uneasily and put- tbi hand to his brow Peter waited in obvious expectation The major moved through tho grass at the roadsido and climbed the fence 3o put both bis legs over tho topmost rail and then sat perched there facing e woods Once ho turned his head and asked Well I haint said anything answered Peter Tbd major clambered down from the fence and wcnt slowly into tho com his gun held in readiness Peter stood in tho rood- Presently the major returned and said in a cautious whisper- If yeh hear anythin yeh como o rnnniu will yeh Well 1 haint got no gun nor nuth in said Peter in tho same low tone What good nd I do Well ych might como along with mo on watch said tho major Four eyes is better n two If I had f gun began Peter Oh yeh dont need no gun inter rupted the major waving his hand All Im afraid of is that I wont find im My eyes aint so good as they as Well Como along whispered the major Yoh haint afraid are yeh No but Well como along then Whats th matter with yeh Peter climbed the fence Ho paused on tho top rail and took a prolonged tare at the inscrutable woods When e joined the major in tho cornfield be said with a touch of auger Well ycli got tho gun Remember that If ho comes for me I haint got lame thing Shucks answered the major Ho haint agoin t come for yeh The two then began a wary journey through tho corn One by onj tho long aisles between the rows appeared an they glanced along each of them It seemed as if some grcwBOiuo thing had just previously vacated it Old Potcr halted onoo and whispered Say look ahero supposin snp posin Snpposin what demanded tho ma Jor Snppotin said Peter Well re member you got th gun an I haint got anythin Thunder said tho major When thoy got to where the stalks were very short because of tho shade cast by the trees of the wood they halted again Tho leaves wero gently swish ling in the breeze Before them stretch ed tho mystic green wall of the forest and there seemed to bo in it eyes which followed each of their movements Poter at lust said lUJybodythenthereYes majorIllHow d yeb know asked Peter Ill bet be aint within a mile o hero The major suddenly ejaculated Listen They bout forward scarce breathing their mouths agape choir eyes gllmine Finally the major turned hit head Did yeli hear that he said hoarse Jy No said Peter in a low voice What was it Tho major listened for a moment Then he turned again- I thought I hoercd somebody hol ler ho explained cautiously They both bent forward and listened once more Peter in tho intenseness of his attitude lost his balance and was obliged to lift his foot hastily and with noise Sssb hissed the major After a minute Peter spoke quite loudly Oh Chucks I dont believe yeh heered any thin The major made a frantic downward gesture with his hand Shot up will chbo said in on angry undertow Peter became silent for amomcnt is o Ohyeh didnt Lear auythin The lilajor turned to glare at his com paiiicn in despair and wrath Whats th matter with ych Cnul Jcl she urOh thi here buintuo use If yore poin In after hu why dont ych go In oftir Well gimmo time cant yehr said the major in n growL And as if dda more to this reproach he climbed tho fence that compassed the woods l companlouWell raid Peter when tim major paused Tho major stepped down upon tho thick carpet of brown loaves that stretch d under the trees Ho turned then to whispertYeh wait here will yob His face was red with determination Well hol on n minuet H said Peter YouIwod better No said tho major Yen wait here It Ho went stealthily into tho thicket Peter watched him until ho grew to bo a vague slow moving shadow From time to timo ho could hear the leaves crackle and twigs snap under tho ma jjot awkward tread Peter intent thlesR waited for the peal of end s d grewilento thumpingfhim to mako rare that nothing could spring upon him from tbo somber shadows He scrutinized this cool gloom be fore Mm and at times he thought ho could pcrccjvo the moving of swift id lent shapes Ho concluded that bo had better try to muster some assistance to t majorAs camo through the corn the women in tho rood caught sight of the Manyofwith all their valor scurried away in clouds Yrs Joo Peterson however cast a glance over her shoulders us she with her skirts gathered up was ran ning as best she could She instantly and in tones of deepest scorn called out to the others Why its ouy Pete Withcby They coma faltering back then those who had been naturally swiftest in tho race avoiding tho eyes of those whose llimbs had enabled thorn to flee only a short distance- Peter come rapidly appreciating tho glances of vivid interest in the ryes oftthe women To their lightniuglike questions which hit all sides of the opi redo he opposed a new tranquillity gained from his saddon ascent in importance IIo made no answer to their topofiuglyHere yon Johnnio yon and George run an git my gun Its haugin on th pegs over th bench in th shop At this terrible sentence a shuddering cry broke from the women The boys named sped down tho road accompa nied by a retinue of envious compun ionsPeter swung his legs over the rail and faced the woods again Ho twisted his haul once to say Keep still cant ych Quit scnfllin orouu They could see by his manner that this was a su promo moment The gronp became mo tionless und still Later Peter turned to say Sh to a restless boy mid the air with which ho said it smote them noIboys who hud gone after tho gnu come pattering along hurriedly the weapon borne in the midst of them Each wise anxious to share in the honor The one who had been delegated to bring it was bullying and directing OIShI Ho took the gun and poised it in readiness to sweep the cornfield Ho scowled at the boys and whispered 1Ulgr1lyII Why didnt ych bring th powder horn an th thing with th bullets in I told ych t bring cm Ill send somebody else next time Yeh Jidnt tell us cried tho two boys shrilly Sht Quit yer noise It said Peter with a violent gesture However this reproof enabled other boys to recover that peace of mind which they had lost when seeing their friends loaded with honors The women had cautiously approached the fence and from time to time whispered feverish questions but Peter repulsed them savagely with an air of being infinitely bothered by their interference in his intent watch They were forced to listen ngain in silence to the weird and prophetic chanting of the in sects and tho mystic silken rustling of cornAt tho thud of scurrying feet in the soft soil of the field came to their ears A dark form sped toward thorn A wave of a mighty fear swept over the group and the screams of the women cacao hoarsely from their choked throats Peter swung madly from his perch and turned to use the fence as a rampart But It was the major His face was inflamed Dud his eyes were glaring Hi clutched hit rifle byhe middle and swung It wildly H was bounding at a greet speed for hie tat short body Iti nil rights its all right be began toyeli some distance away Its all right Its ouy ole Wit Jacoby When he arrived at the top of the fence he paused and mopped lila brow What they thundered iu an agony of sudden unroufloning disappointment Mrs Joe Peterson who was a distant connection of Milton Jucoby thought 800ilillposiDrunk I pose Yep said the major still on the fence and mopping his brow Drunk as a fool Thunder I was surprised I I thought it was a rebel sure The thoughts of all these women wavered for a time They were at a loss for precise expression of their emotion At lust however theY hurled this one superior sentence nt tho major Well yob might have known It Stephen Cruno A Boys View Mamma It naked tho little boy what does this story mean by talking about a greatgrandmother Aint all grandmothers great Cincinnati En quirer Where Are the Hens Just got 9 letter from Mildred Shes enjoying the country much She says Every day at sunrise a neigh boring rooster rouses us with hid early morning lay Early morning lay Whats the tnnltprvritu thehoustq ft fitrite11 T r THE BEST e FAMILY MEDICINE Ihs Has Prallefrom AYERS PILLS I would like to otlil my testimony to Ayerallfls 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all of brrathvray T8frL dollar tnr bill tCntlltll UltlLS handy Outs a or ton throat at coldfOnt The Greatest Authority In the World DL J VRO rrtoo ttanrton the rThroat Ear IIo pita uyc Ucotbol checki a manlttrCdIT leatthaa manrHnot acutr Odd Mad 11For all fnrmi of natal dlseaitacauf oUtrnetlon to the natural nalhway CVaMirt iinAUtt the utent of booSted per annnn i tasad tellttftt II nU fntl ttl the alerptm CUm Ituoinnla Kenotv Prowratlon Pont ier colt SOC at drunlflar nailed rrretpt otprb Write Mrnthol and tretlmnnlats 8 Pound on Datttefleld A romantio story is told of the wife of Thomas E Watson Populist candidate for vice president After one of the battle of our civil war a richly drcuod baby was found among tho dead and wonnded No parents come to claim the child They say that father and mother bad perished ic the strife It ii not known whether they were on the north ern or southern side But a southern soldier and his wife took the child they had found and cared for her as thoir own The years paused nnd tho little girl grew to be a handsome and culti rated lady Then young Tom Watson farmerlawyer married her and thoy have lived hatmilr nor tinea Yonng men oryoung women aspiring to any vocation In life should always remember that the bottom rounds of the ladder of time are filled to hvnrlloxvinar but theres always room at the top Thats where Dr Bells Fine Jar lIonet stands For sale by Haydon Hobo t non Druggists Dr Bells Pino TarHonoy is the best cough and cold rmnedy over discovered for children It is perfectly Jinrmletw Iud ono dose at bed time stops tin cough nil night Tho genuine is innclt hy tho H E Sutherland Medicine Com IipanynPaducah bIeNEWS LEAD R 100 a yeah 3 fJ t L 0 i ASlGH1WORIH rnn 1 jjILtIouR GRAND DISPLAY 0 t Jd 7z c DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS t i1 zii 1 CLOTHIKG CLOAKIIJIc k CARPETS Etc f t tWe call youi especial attention to our stockof Prcil Q 2Jn 1fwool Novelties both black a tld dolorodringing m 1 riee4roto L W i 1522 yuJ Yon can be suited nthout looking further V Onr Clock Department is most complete embracing Inll ihViae fstyles in Capes and Jackets and in all pr eta v ty DRESS TRIMHNGS S a rvThe newest und best TI miming Department in town llWteuo ing an elegant line of Braids rassainewries Velvets etc l 1 Hosiery and Underwear i Our Hosiery Department consists ofc lull fine of bJack nndcolore I e Wool Cotton and Fleece lined Have blacUnnd colored Joitcriy jorftullup in Ficecelined Fleece nbbol and Plain ribbsdiierweuttf r 4Men Women and Children Oct our prices it cLOTmNa j i gj iSuitet r a PnuysBoys Union Stilts 3 00 v tClilda Suit at OOc 8125 81r0nd np Full line of Meua und Uoya UlseM Jjack Ov Jrcoar5Miclnnl08h aI JfI SHOES v ria r We hive the exclusive rule If DrewSclly Coa Wnmeirq Fihff +J Shoes HelmerSj Bettmann Jo Mens Fine Shoif Star Shoe CQm t party Ponsinouth Ohio Misses CUd Childrens Fine Shoes There arokA no three finer lines of Shoes made in this country C mould aeo the if r We trustt that all of our friends will call and wp know joa MriH bV satisfied with yourself that you came prrpared to do your Fal truditij d with us ns you will find many interesting and ra iiy saving bargarnam all lines of frr Fall and Winter Goods that you may not find later S t CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN J I TfrTHOMPSOHj UNDERTAKERS i m i rq EMBALMElqS 4 Our equipment in the Undertakers and Em0gt 5 balmers line is UPTODATE in every respect Caskets and Robes from the finest to the cheap gft I i ja I I daYQrII e I WHYCOHfr i fn Elsewhere to buy goods when y6u can sa1fi1 Omoney by patronjzlrig home merchants We are able to give the public the LOWEST 1 1PRICES on Ij IFURNITURE AND CARPETS ncJvince you We will take pleasure in snowing J Jvougoods ard quote prices whether you wishro buy or not f l FARMERS HOME HOTEL JOHN H DeWITT YOUR OLD pnrBun THOM W oUilUMlTON TY r Proprietor THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND REFURNISHED S 1 v A RGE STABLE AND WAGON YARD IN CONNECTIon WlTH HOTtiiacc t HATH POOL AND BILLIARD ROOM t r i 400 to 422 East Market Streeti I Brat One Dollar a Day flocse In the City or StateI LOU1Y1ILL EEtwIY ca t 0 1i Single Meals 55 Cents ftThl iilltiernf avC jTlnceaon consIgnments Dclidu1to bae bettet facilities than oUierbonoah bavJur4nianylargo factories to supply Word yoti the top prico and pay spotcashput j ratW traveIligngcnha snip all ronr wool and irm prodUo i1n to PspHENDQNCAR5I CJ 1X0 Third Street or 313 to 319 Mnxrell Court 1M JYc if ttJlftd J Y t 1i rt Ii r1 tLA