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V v rI f t ttr Z1rIxEsLEADTEIunJa1 ThI IItper dr ritii ziii 7 QttJrUi iicVrI oF Jc li j l i14 JSw SeiiesVo1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 15 1896 Ni14r4r RrL I 44 441ALl J I f 1 t t t t 1tP f jft1GJI v t 70W j POWDERJfs A rrcnin of lartar baking powder igli of alt in Icavohlng strength 44i ntcMi United States Government tnqd IcjrtJYAiiJAKixa POWDKB Co New York v t Local or Business Notice 10 cents per- W v V Uro fur the first insertion an45 cents for each subsequent insertion ry i aHs 6nc nfHJatesand political matter 5t lOccntaparllno Job Work It doD at low rates but cash f touat be paid ou delivery of goods f AdvertI hK rpiitrfts made on liberal TV toras 4 r Obltnnrie jandrei lutlon of respect S i pertneSN AJtHOOSfSMENTS onny Magistrates t 2SQ Coupty Offlcera r 500 SS i UlaUlit Offices 1000 bJ CHURCH DIRECTORY r BAPTIST CHURCH Roi RP Jacobs Fn tor Services avery Sti3hy at a m nod 8pm Sunday ir Euro at 6lJ Pravr MeetLn on Wed reolrnr b tat 730 pm- METHOD1FT CHURCH v J I Murrefl Pastor Sivices on tkS 55 First ardThIrdnc1aF In each month- rjY 1iazaaniISpm t PRBSBYTERIAN CHURCHq V jtoV USauDden Ftor Scivlc 8ercrr r Haijda at Ham anC S p m Pny r llen Jfi t oTerj Thnrftday night j i iCATHOTIC CHURCH Jlfev FRenprsyFsthr Serrl CIvpry 1 Ti cddayattJaad oVlcxJc anr Services i rISS l 1 t rRtTERNAi ORDERS t t i II 50Msoac LooorfJprlnf1Md lodge o J I1 aiccU Uon tv lu each rocntq j1 l WublngtonRQ rb4pter NC i meet 4 t OJttiJ i every third Tuesday c ja iIItSprlngfJe1d Couocll No 68 meets ercry y ffIA KXiOimor H6jfoi MeeU every second ufart fourth Mondav la each mouth tf f1 4 J Exi rs er McnEtiMccta triery wyofcaclrmonAIf I j5 friI rCOUNTY blRECTORY 1 i r a CIRCUITCOURTS iti Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mon f t fluy la February May and October t CEratterson3udqe fir i W B Commopuel11tb Attorney- 4 i I t P Mpimpbell Clerk 1i 111 I ft T W Slauns lasir Commissioner- Ijt4c fI OUARTPPLY COURT rbQtirterIyCourt Is bold on the third Mon 1 r f day In January April Jpll nudO tobcrI gI f Iirl1t Jat k W Thompicn Jud o i 4b COUNTY COURT County Court meets on the fourth Mon fc ifr f r lu each month 4tI JackW Thomr oq Judge- 7 W P Booker CountyClurk r t HThnrman Oounty Attorney- 1f1lit JR8mlthJaIer J T craycroft Sheriff t b YRThurman HB Powell VDoputles t G jifMaatars SS tc i ri Jame P Moore county Sur ojor y f WJ Assessorl p Bharp tf lr HAfooJicput l i 4c i V T McEJny County TnASIiet j f r z 1t59PRINQFILODRIOTO 4tff 1 J J T Woe Police Judge tS i k John Grace Marshal W Q ttwl ulty Attorney r 1 r O1 f JUTICB COURT i Sci SJut1cc cotrU are held m January April- L 1 J uly aad Xtober if tf S ff i Aniwrand Departure of Trains LSh ill 43 II42144 i uAJII P V 4i 12 40 Arv Spnngfleld Lv t 801 20 93121 VallerlIU1511S6 IJfiil 12 12 0 Booker5 47 k e Will 5Croakos551 68 tt 6O1l37Woodlawn6O32l- t 4i 5 27Early Timos 6 J2 2 25 t 6 49 Ill rtirdstowu l b 2t 2 11 61 10 50Navtroth 630808 ti 527 1040Samuel6 41 3 M 6 ailio 25 f76ojt vUie 645 3 O J 1rw 5 10 tOoanoHteLig653405- r r OJI 011000 Hobbs l114 ii 4 j Jr Ql 9 53Oloarmont 7 04 4 81 fi 4 M 9 4aLHVjardHtowi JCK 10 5 W SS4i4 t 42 Shepherdaville 7 20 t i 4 t 43LI1LbTS72727 Sontli Park 39 i4 i i 83 south TAulsviJ1e 750 5 55 r 5t 03 8I5UvtuuIiy1Ile4rD8O56 4 r Ftj- i riFl fI IS = 5r = 5z rA 1 = 4SI J MS-i i TIlE NEWS IEADFILi 7 III 4k GOSSIP FREERoADSI notice an FOR iin a Ldnisvillo paper which gives an accountofan impromptu meeting of citizens from Washington Mercer and Ander purpcall a State League far thfe pur pose of securing free turnpikes The item does not state who these citizens wee nor what steps were taken nor whether or not they belonged to that mysterious brotherhoor which has inaugurated a system of securing free roads in these coun ties which has been a decided puccess in so tar as the abolish lPL of toll gates is concerned UPENING The ladies FORMAL Charity and Literary Olnb held a reception on bstI Saturday afternoon the ccaI sion being the formal opening of the new quarters of Thei club Refreshments were served and a great many visitors were re ceived during the afternoon The rooms are fitted in the jjDZiest manner possible and the Jibrary is growing in siz until it now contains a good assortment pi books Miss Cain uasI been engaged as librarian and the llibrary and reading rooms will1e open to members and the public A small membership fee is charged for the privileges of the libraiy Tne ladies of the charity club have I under stand been doing some good work in assisting tome of the poor people about town and- their Hurts should be e jcour ag6 The following from POLiTics e is appropriate to the political situation just at present IWe would have bettor times in this country if we could make a complete annihilation of tbi4 deceptive politicians who are wearing the cloak of patriotism order to excite the masses and liD trying to steal the watch word out of our government We need less agitation of politi cal Questions and more common sense and conservativeness We need a less number of loungers who know all about the political questions and who are afflicted with chronic laziness and more workers and creators We need a fewer number of spendthrifts and dudes who can always be found in front of some stores whittling on a box and discussing politics and more wrkers and sdvers With less agitation and more attention to business less laziness and more industry less spending and more saving the entire world would have plenty and wo would not hear the cry hard times LAST ONE The last re THEI toll gate in the county has gone the way of the others and Washington county roads are now absolutely free to the traveling public Tho gate on the Lebanon road was visited on last Saturday night aLd the pole cleared away By the way a good btory is told on old man Hicks who has been the keeper of the gate for years It seems that the old gentleman had been expecting a visit from the raid ers over since it was started and ho has evidently put lined a course of action to ba pursued when the visit should be made Several nights before the raiders made their visit to his gate there was a barn burned on the place R A McElroy nearby OIl some of the neighbors were pass lug the toll gate one of them oanIthat he might help in fighting the fire A knock on the door brought the following response from withip Thats all right go ahead and chop her down if ver wants to Youll find the axe right out there in the yard oI we want you to corny out t and go with us answered the man outside Not on yer life responded the keeper Ive got my orders from the president of the toad and you can chop the old pole down but you dont get me out there And no amount of explaining would got the old gentlemaii to believe at the time that it was anybody else but free turnpikers who were after him Q PEAKING The local seeker after political knowledge lhas had ample opportunity to be come enlightened during the past week if he has been on band to hear all of the campaign orators who have come within our midst for that purpose Fol lowing Uol Thomas W Builitty sound money talk on Wednesday last week came a free silver ad dress from W B Smith Demo cratic elector for the State at Large Mr Smith is an humor- Ist and quite an entertaining speaker On Saturday after noon Dave Murray who was defeated in the contest for the Democratic nomination in this congressional district spoke a large audience for toI Dave Smith and the free cause in general Satur night John W Lovett and W T1 Ellis of Indiana twojoung Republicans who have been speak lag over the country together in the interest of sound money and McKmley spoke at the Court House to a large and apprecia tive audience These gentlemen are both well informed and make ood strong arguments Quite an ovation was given Ron Matt ODoherty on last Monday The services of a brass band from Bardstown were secured and some six or seven hundred peo pie had asvrttnbhd to gret the ox Republican and frtesiiverite A stand was erected at the Court- House yaid and there was lots uf enthusiasm on tap Mr ODohertv spoke for over two hours eulogizing Bryan and in endeavoring to enumerate the good things tnat free silver would bring to the suffering pop ulace rVESPERATE CHARACTER A Nuegroin Lebauon was arrested recently on general prlD1 plus He was knownjto possess a bloodthirsty disposition and bad been making threats and rendering himself a general terror It was impossible to avoid hire entirely so it was thought best to arrest and confine him for the safety ofthose who might fall under his disploosure In almost every community some such person more or less desperateMn dispo sition is in evidence He brow beats terrorizes domineers and when he gets a drink or two in him becomes positively danger ous Still be does nothing war ranting arrest But there al ways exists the danger that he will goad some peaceful citizen into resenting an iinsult and 001 fore the law can step in a life isj lost or a wound inflictedt The negros arrest in Lebanon before he had done any damage was a very prudent move and it the officers everywhere would act promptly and nrmlv a little tech nical premature would be gladly overlooked There ought to be a llegall way to deal with a known desperado for what he might do as welt as for what he does Nelson Record Troubled with Rheumatism Head This ANNAHOMS Sfix April 10 18Ir have used Chambeflaln8 Iuln ISulm for rheu mnllHtn slitS inund H to bo nil that is claimed fur it l believe it to bo tho best preparation fur rheumatism and deepseated in seunr pains on tho market and cheerfully recommended It to the public John O Drouku Denier In Boots Shoots Etc No 18 Main street nBAD THIS MKKiiAKlC8vii4 St Marys County MdI5SII u btto of Chamberlains Vain Unlni to a man who bad been suf ruIng with rheumatism for several years It made IIhII well UlAn A G MoGlM For sale tab If L ih n 199 iirr The caRle the Icing of all birds is noted for Its keen insight clear and distinct vision So oro those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eve Salve for weak grapnlatodbrtson Druggists WITH OUR FARMERS polices stock jecd or grain wanted or for sale or exchange Inserted in this col umn VitaE or cniBOE Fnrmflra are quested to send In stock or crop items for publication In sections of Bartholomew Decatur and Shelby counties Ind bog cholera is said to be taking off whole dtyes Efforts to stay the disease have been without success i 4 t a To destroy rata around the stableor barn cover thefloor near their holes with a thin layer of moist caustic potash When the rats walk In this it makes their feet sore These they lick with their tongues which makes their mouths sore and the result is that they not only shun this locality but it seems to prevent others com ing so that the house and neighbor hood is entirely abandoned by them Watch that your dogs do not get in the potashE I I I A Detroit Mich seed firm has ap plied to tho District Courts for an junction to restrain the Secretary ofS Agriculture and assistants and any other persons connected with the free distribution Seeds by the Govern ment from executing the law of Con gress directing free distribution The bill clairnstbat the business of the firm will be damaged 20000 by the execution of the act of Congress and the sale of 5000000 packages of seed willbe taken from the firm titSMr H W Jaggers of this county sold the first hogshead of 1896 tobacco that waij put on the Louisville market this year It was composed of prim ings and brought 8150 per hundred The buyers regarded this as a high price but it js safe to say that Mr Jaggers differed from them on this ptflnt As a starter we imagine this is d rather discouraging price to the far mers of Hart county who depend principally upon their tobacco cjropa for a little surplus money with which to stem the tide from one year to an other Hart County News The sale of the Pepper trotting stock which began at the Pepper farm near Midway on Tuesday of last week continued until Friday at noon dur ingwhicli time 205 head of trotters including stallion broodmares colts and fillies were disposed of There werrotting horse buyers from allover the country at this sale and for the first three days the bidding was quite spirited but on Thursday and Friday the attendance was somewhat lessened andtbe sale was rather slow As there were still 70 head of finely bred animals to be sold Friday at noon it was decided to call tho sale off at the farm and disposo of the remain ing trotters at Lexington on Tuesday of next week Taking all in all the tarl8Starl tion among farmers 005 writer ad vises to sell hpjjs when the moat money can be got JorM hem at the least outlay The ups and downs and prices wo cannot control bjit by care ful attention 30 feeding aucl the use of the scales wo can tell whether wo are making corn into pork at a profit or not It doesnt pay to hold beyond the time of profitable growth and fat tening Most successful breeders believe it pays best one year with another to sell the pork when the high eat point in grain has been reached letting the question of high prices overIpork if given to other animals It Is a loosing game to bold for an increase of price as a rule Make all the pork you can out of your corn in just aa little time as possible and then market to the best advantage t Lt At this season of the year especially when sudden changes occur warm days and quite cool nights he careful to keep your maturing stock free from drafts They probably have been kept growing nicely and you are looking forward to early laying A touch of roup win set them back considerably If it doea not render thorn entirely useless The first symp tom ia generally swelled eye This4 when taken lathe beginning ia easily cured If neglected it wiU rarely run into a case of roup The simplest remedy Is camphorated oiL Remove the bird from the flock buy a flve cent oil can and epruy the swollen eye thoroughly rubbing it gently with the finger eo that the oil covers the af fected part Do this twice a day for two or three days and tho swelling will disappear tnyou should notice a depositing nostrils clean them out with the oft 1 the same manner by Injecting I Ibe can JJ 8100 Reward 8100 boplCtUiCdtodisease that science has been able to cure In nil Its Btagas and thais Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho onfy positive now known to medical fraternity Cfctarrh boing a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh rUle Is taken Internally acting directly upon tho I Iood aid muc ins surfaces of tho system thereby de stroying tho foundation of the disease And giving the patient strength by uild intc up the constitutfon and assisting nature to do Its work The rlroprlotors have so much in its curatlvn powers that they offer Qno Hundred Dollars for any ISO thatll falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address 4F J CHKNEY Co Toledo 0 Sad by Pruggists 7S- coCORRESPONDENCE UTHPLE HILL L rFrom Our IUguiar Corretpondcnt1 We paid the town of Btcomfield a visit on Friday evening Bloom eld is a beautiful little town situated at the terminus of tha C O E R surroundpd by a section cf the best farming land in Nelson county In and around 6loomneld may be found many fine buildings The farms lorevidencelorhear Washington countys most higbly honored citizen Hon John W Lewis speak on the issues of the present cam paign Daxis hall the building in which he spoke was well tilled and gave nice their undivided attention for fully two hours applauding him frequently QatI Friday night he addressed the the citizens at Chaplin and fully sevea hundred people were pre- se5List before the speaking began there occurred a foul murder on the streets the killing of William Keeling by Joe Prather Th s wasin np was connected with the speaking but was tile- resultof an old grudge Houston Bros are done hull ins clover seed Mr James Houston the manager of the ma chine states that they hulled 400bushels this season An infant child of Mr and Mrs B C Humphrey died Fri day and was buried Saturday Your correspondent accom panied by a bachelor friend who enjoyed himself as wan as a boyI of sixteen spent Sunday at Locust koveSI am 87 years old and have used bout all of tho cough and lung remedies that lime boon sold during my life and fur the benefit ibp Hullcrlng I rlll Mtthat Itnvo never used any remedy that equals Dr Bolls Pine Tin Honey It gives quick and permanent rpllcf in grippe as well other comrho We keep it in our house all tie and would not be without it Mica M A MKrcAU lOaT Fourth St Paducah Kv For sale by Hovdon it Robertson i Bores Trouble for Caseyii Last Monday S 1 raspy asyoung man from Washington coun j tty came here to buy his wedding j suit He wu4 so overjoyed at Cia approaching muritul bliss and hayb ing paid but very little toll t3 gett bore had sufficient spare change to celebrate the coming happyl event that was to make him a henii blOWinltitl1in mers ltbing house to make tbei purchase that had brought bim hero Ho mas Jiard to please and I after upending two hours inspecting f and trying on divers flutsall tbeIi time humming a ditty be Induced the proprietor to sell him a ten dol la r suit for seven While it Vost being wrapped u he said ho be lieved he had been svindled and refused to take the purchaso In measuring the fellow SommerV eagle eye had not foiled to notice that bo oarrieda revolver ut heavy c calibre and when bo declined to take tile suit Souraora remarked to him that us be seemed to b looking for trouble the best thing that could happen to him would bt his arrest With this the merchant snatched tbe pistol from the pocket ofihe othei und hurriedly called in the plic who tookv bim into bJti4wt t 0 lJfromt audrobIbing him of twenty odd dollars At the trial Casey awe Qutright that Sommpr Uadbis pqcket book con taining tbo money but mrau naked by the Judge jto feel in all Jus pocceta and see ifhOcouidnotfind it which Casey did and l und it in his hip pocket The warrant against bommtr was then dismissed and Casey lined S25nrid cost ani ten days in this workhouse As he was led to prison bo cried like a cbild liarrodeburg Democrat t Two Lives Saved Mrs PhoebeTbomzcof Junction CUr liiwas told by her doctor sbo had cunI sumption and that Ire was no rhopo KIlIgslXOV139 Florida SttH111 Francisco suffered Iiifrom dreadful cold npproachlug con sninption trltCL without ro ult every thing else then Ixtiight one bottle of trKings New Discovery and in twoAvooks cured Ho Is natnrailvthankfnl Is such resulUfof which these are tjplea that provo the ronderfnl j of this med lne In coughs nnA Free trial boCt1esp Haydon Robert j sOP DruisRegutitriizot0e and 31 r t JJ JBDERAT JU LIX v sS On r last Friday while qngre4lf man John W Lewis was speakinl at Chaplin Nelson county abQut 20 miles fromrherra Chocking tragepy occurred Tbq parties are well known in tbla county Jte Pi atbcr shot down William better known as Ualdv Keeling The killing was the result or a grurtge which had its oiigih in a school elect ion a year ago l rhuda 011eltchvanhng f 011 + which Prather shot Keeling in tho leg He was never arrested for this as Keeling voud not swear out a warrant against him It is said Keeling made threats that he wouldsome day get hen wit- herathernnaitisktiownthat M lad been going abbuYahned ever since The threats were communi j cated tojratber uho it m ail has been prepared for further lrou blc all the time Friday nearly 490 people attend ed a political l joint debate between lion John W Lewis and State Senattyr George Pulton JqJge Fulton spoke first Keeling was an intfrustnd spectator and was staiiding shout forty feet from the sneakers atandl Just as Cop grespmnn Lewis was mounting thtr stand Prather wus seen tn make his way through the crowd to Avbere KeehnS vas standing No attcn tion was paiiltohim unit he sue ViJrectlyi lj than three 4 feet from Kcehng1 Without n word to fen intended victim and before Reeling knewif of his presence Prather drewa pistol and fired two shots at Keelf inc Keeling mfalnilturneaJ j bis face toward his flayer Stand ng over him Prothcr JSred another hot into his body The firstbuhI litt frcm the rear entered Keel ngheail near the baaetf tiei brain Thesecoufl penetinteiVbi otly below the shoulder bin ae and the third struck him in the region ot the heart Instantly the crowd was tTirown into a state of panic every bodyI tfying to get out of the way of I danger Several JioreRs were in the crowd near ibpre Keeling had been standing and pnc of theseC IbecnmeI injj ibroughv the ercdaolf men planted IIIIhoori Fqu rely iin Qtbe1 face ot tbe dead man dsligurng it badly t Taking advontagoof the excitement tho murderer mounted his bourse ahdivea spverirl lhundred yards away from The eceae before anyone tnnugbt of uftempting tof rfure him He succeeded la 1mokingcounty authontiea arc now scour ingtbir country ill search otJsi Keeling wasforty five years of O nge and leaves a large family Phrther was but twenty raot e tetii 1troublctrngoily t1ebdSroi tb mir4eVe4 J r r J- LT r ilior tn N WS J l l JrPatdil1 civ n QiL I ta t t I 5J hlan w ns rcmSVcdlhd teck IFBothand had been engaged ih larmui 01Q Peoplei f OId people who reqUlrq nirdirrr rcgulatb the bowels and Tdndney YJ find the true remedylti tlefctrlor Till medicine dpea not sUmul uwi contains uC tyhlskey or btbef Into dt but acts an dtoiilo dhd oltorailvc It mildly on tub Stomach tittd hovrcle ding strength ned giving thaw tt organs teerebyThluins nftttlrc4u iho fornutnee of hid InhCtioti ltvti ten Ja an oxcollent apoctizcr and ni digestion Old people ftnff ttfxnt Dnd14t 1 tlqnt Hnvdon Robertson Drnfglsts Lewis Canvass A special tfrotn iteadb touir5 says Hon John W Iewiiclosdt very succcssfiil canVaw ol 4IN county at this place Saturday t BJ The great outpOullngatBM dnburg on the 1st inst wasj promise of what ho bal to expej from the people of Mejde at i other appointments in tile co- At Paynebville on tile night of l Istf fie hall fonr hundred nth siaetic voters to hess him many ladies besidai At ConQort 15n the 24 inst an audience tias largo as the magulficeiit 18J1Ihilman ty 4 at this nlaceihis triura ph tva jleihe haviag practically c ttrrcd the town iThe silbnf xvh0 and smofeelesa cltlianeyastl- arge 4 mills here jtfopariidVtty people to listen atteatiyeiy t wj he had to say rLwJi s It mode n better 8peechiriiijhis paign than the eke 3 e ma Grahtimton There are many money Democrats at this place they cbeertd Mr Lewis vigoro- alIa1ongthe line of ills spa There is not a count in the F6 di tricthiwhich uo Tnai y cbs RIile de in this county the 11l Ibe8t and nostinfiuential IJenioxa are sound money mean anAi itherte1orJhIHtrar net or far McKinley o They Trill all vote for Lewis Smrh is not in nt Moafle thjpkdownherethett the urolf got under tha wrong man andt thejoimanwaagtvcnthvgdinkey Mr Lewis spoke at btithfi Hard in county on the nigbfci 3d after leaving Grnliauit being tbe first Uepublican f ever made it that point ye feaudience numbered btcTi W1Berel I j JI Oppose the CoinbiHe Jt appears probable ill recently formed combinaf the principal tobacco ware ofthec1thithiis t5i l NpTcmbef frill lave rip tion lc is generally recogn that the combine will not be popoUr with tbe shippers a old plan and It had been perted that some tobacco would take advantage of MJ stab11shlBCJ tnGependent houses MrW B Bu 1ner a known tobco axi flllS jfor admissiom to the To3 ExchaNge as an indapeK warehooeemai So far fits pIuI inK about Jor a lo atio- piyorbas1ttktt be his se pq vaca t tot at Ninth and onhicfe to enct a ware i1i8UQ lItM that a fJothers are soMemplatin- gstabIiabet of warehft Messrs W r Spencer nd O Head two well kupwu to- dalgrs arsQinsiclerjngi UI ter Wiwii approached gentlenea iMmitted toai roLtheyll coald siscire a suitable 10 warelKMse they w- Ink bl1sltencLt- ttThis kOrof the otherMlrs and t- bfb esihia rrO ttejp5 to- posItioi Th Imakeiio effort I tsente g the LisvhhLTimcs y atJerl xclc ESaL I iAii IIkV L i 3 t ttIJ K L 10 ire 1r if F j j1ti r4r4iNESLEADEk t RSDAY OCT 5 1896 E LvDVtSOij JR r Tim Anderson County Fiscal UO rtiis in fcession at Lawronco propositiOn4tro11 tbe owners of the turnpikes isf lh county wtti a view of LakipgthQ roatls free iio a law toft way Iv5 undersfooa that Jbil ot the stockholders art of her L lljnglo mukeesenoftheirb- are qra asurne stnallprice tcrcj1fek jig MOQdaVJ1ghtlQbody lias dired ciollebt any toll and i ol cojarse the property is jjay ing jotectLion frthnIurther u1r e f the J titftcrs eel Jike disposing of r thw ctn kesrbestA vMEETiNO of the silveVPem O ril pgrgresjs1onal I and the Populjsii jpongressional Ojp ra initteess of tboT Fourth DlstrJc I hsbeenoalLedf for tpSay albBtizabetlitown vritb the purppSQ I Tif conferring in regard to fhk i thdrirtvalof1Darhanat the Pop ulisb nominee for Congress Inr the FpnrDjstrlct The silver Iemo Tashvecome t the cPhljI jrtuston thtit something ma b- elll L J and they hope ia the conference I to drayr the Populists over to I Smith as the only way of beating I John W XrfOwjs j THE fusion over in Indiana ii seems to hare resulted in a case ttbe tail wagging thi oJ P1Jr fusion electoral ticket balii en been certified to end ijled The e1ecoralticket is onethird K pulist and the Populist State ticketwill remain In the field much to the disgust of the silver NDarnoeratioState candidates whp ufG paying all the expenses ofr tLe Indiana campaign AHpHBtSHOP IRELAND ltb re sponse to requestis rrrft1usi5J t ness mebort allt parties has writtep aotter to the press giv Tltr11is reasons for his Support f thd Republican platform Iii Itj denounces in strong terms sevje rral planks in the ptatfora pi tb- 13t Qbiba o convention and wakes a IScEeart and cdroise argument in favor of souqd mbnevv The let leris considered as being pne of ihe strongest carafai n docu nenT4oLli tinietrocraRepubS jidai standpoint nnd will haye itsJufiuenoe JOHN D TVlBiTS h3v been Jutned down by the CpuitoYA1 ipSals in his attempt to keep avoCoJsonsuatIieoff the halfTot under tha Republican design 1 L hut be dies hard Hip next move I be trt fry and net another re traInngorder just befrtre the l frh rHleyertth hour bst in thiS at Sc r tmpthelviJl m oubtfaili THIRIY thousand persons worn rendered homeless IBy the t tee t reat Gnay q1jltEJaa or 1 The Coyingtea Conimqnw6alth LsIt i tu nV blleBtioir Ive livEdin this county nigh niQffLtJOJr 5tearsaiid tm acquainted with f Jilpst oyerV votetrh Covjngton liaicCuritry IIoet jiIt as h yiupg bwJagT djdj tbTrtV years iagofc Gog I tim likoall politicianId bgjWanttoknp i how things arg rngYiDg iong The lind Im w igmpcraV I tai agr it- Jiiiy II frfendsI workling iacto iiest atid ihqpa jJJ fjovidgion Inca that Mways told tne how votQblltll1t askedthenbowthoy weie coing i Cl IVo1w jltfer the words thov Na 7 woaid tell me Ip keep qliiet Ufr t iikl i Vay is Ibat some one is going to Hfe waUy surprisedSA5i f rrSOJ1J of Sj llcllIkit Sing a song of swelled taEfelIow fUlt pfgjn r gpMfig horie it4am biswifoont1etbi im11 + tTISs feetare11 dft tanfr footi Oiead isJttm of wUoelt 1f ahe J hQ ru jtrOLDii c nI1iL fanyIeJtpg J4b i jeeJn M rur hs tdtiPJ Ms1fft tlJ itd ail ike intt w Li thi w1wc1aro 9Jp4froUnde HejlbinPfs tbaj h ridberRn 9 oni th hkt1iinhs bns m his bQ Q UlDstelldof o aHnjghtHtt t H e worms adpilaii e bindrn ofriousthinks Qnd tbinlis and tbinks Butwheji the morn ig atic it o melh sooIi at that1iull looks irou1dand murmers Great RnaUes where am I at Now York WorldD QbcrorHEmYoj A Vlcblsan Farmer Kecotnracnda Themj illcliljl pr FormTToz- kAilichigaii cqrrcspoadeatbf Ooifntry Gentleman and formerly en ndvocato for median vclght horses mites 03 f ntPowexAbbutfivo years ngo I bought n team of 83heavyponiidscacli moro because I could not rind what I vrautcd in lighter weights than fO nan good judgment of my I hall not had tho team a vcok foro their superiority over tho other teams tho farm was proved They moved bffwlh a plow with lunch lessw fatiguo hoy clrow heavy loads wih f biarniastcrs of tbo iihiatioh VvJicrovor pit at Work I found that it took no moro ojbop tfiom than tIi ligbter horsC1 unr lp 9sInl ro bay for they rccclv0 tho eame grain ration as tho others And as for road vctijf wo douot need to put theI farnj horses before carriage and when it ccmcs to taking loads to thwn they walk raster than tho others besides li considerably moro at a load So great was tho change in my opin gionp tttrniWo ptherthat 1 hav6 siuco teams do the hardest heaviest work on thot farm at nil times nIl t hq heavy plowing v Inch it would rcquixb three llighter horses to manage for certain kinds of work tho cmallcr horses ItO alll right For cultivating aiowiug light dragging and certain other things cu any farm they answer cverypnrpcscor to tho small iarmor who boa ofdork enough at any timGI cfthyqarto hurry him Ho can tnkoI histimocnd not rush thing as they biO to b9 rush t on a llargo Lana but when It comes to a big days work cu disk harrow or plow cr whoro great strength is required givo mothe heavy horses every time Altavy hcrso ia not necessarily a EOW occ ncrueetl ho bo on nwiiwcrd oJC Ab rFo of heavy wcight shoold not be so fat as to boa burden to himself either but in Good fair condi Hon with no protruding bones JMbre grain ncd less hay should bo tbo rcloou most forma Where tho farming la csr tensive cccugh to warrant peeping two TheywillBmaller team and these may bo used for hght road work when itcjairedt Storasa Hcserroir There ate hundreds of farms in every put of the country whero stcrago reser voirs for impounding storm water can bo made at a level that will irrigate cpasidcrablo fields without tho interven ttiou cf machinery 16 is time these re Bonrceawero beiug considered and util ized Tho present farming ecarjn brings up the subject whether wo wont t it at the front or not says thu Texas Pona and Ranch It baa been found prcutable to irrigate from wclla Shallow wells of rsc era prtvfcrrcd but Jiundrcda of eet of depth does not prohibit Ihdir use Choap end economical engines have been Iinvented to do tho lifting For this pur- paso windmills ore most economical for mnll plants in regions where the win l ia reliable There ate other engines better fitted for operations on a larger scale Ono advantage of wells is that the water con be stored at any desired hoight thus bringing all cr any part of tba farm under water In this counooI tion the authority quoted offers n prnc tical hint for storage of pumped water The greatest sources of wastage ni 0ievaporation and seepage In a largo reservoir or pond those reach their maximum And in case of an accident all tho water stored may be lost in a day It is ranch better to havo two or moro small jer tanks or to add to the depth at tho expense of the curfaco area Somo tanks have been made where the evaporation almost equaled tim resources of tho pump aud tho evaporation and seepage com bined exceeded it in dry hot weather Two tunics are better than one in case of any accident that might render ono of them temporarily useless Human lire is hold too cheaply when tho iiitllvldiva who needs a tonic Tor his nystcm Kbolts tp cover bin wants hy ptir lu Hiig eveiy now mixture that recomniendeilto him Remember tli J lAyerH SarsaparUla has a well earned Imputation of flftv yoarn standing j TU t UREA OI1 IX ONE DAY Laxative Uromo Quinine TabletsrTltkO druggists refund the money If it fniic tocuro 25u Oct lotGtn t THo DruggIta VwlciJ Stsci A drug Store of t ho present day said Mr W B Thompson to sup ply ordinary tlciunnjls roust keep nb iUtlGOC articles on hand Every rout ami eecd that Las medicinal vnlno aswelln3 tkb leaf flower and hulh of tJscrplant has to Ln kept in EtpoL fconlso Dust bo hpt tho hun dreds of preparations auntie from thcin tlicturesf extracts fluid and tJoHd si upa cril dccccticus almostt Avithcnt number Tbca cmne the Jthou8inl3spf chemicall nchls salts inotivo nnhciplea tliovnricis propn rOtJsltPlifl1owdcrsai1 tthoprdprt cil 4iflciuc iin l UtrtjUredB of ar fctS kjiorj cs inmtnes purfumos itrtis bl 1 ton- fJ PwbUc aaietAND RENTING Ag aurviving partner of the firm Marks JSros antI adramstrator Go R Murk deceased 1 will offer at Pb1icSo1e on MMayKov1 12 96I on the farm know as the Eli Hum rey place on the headwateia of ry Run Creek and lying on the Vootllawn anti Maud turnpike road following property Four large work mules onii hat ets farming implements torn in ib log wagon Twenty horse pow PC rlable UiXcular aw Mill in first clnSR condition logging outfit Ltd a lot of lumber etc Terms All sums of 810 and undtr cash in handall sums over 810 four months lime with interest from date iiept tho saw mill which will be 11 on six and twelve months time lhi interest from date Purchns ors will be required to give ond with approved security payable in bu nk At jhe same time and place IItillrentI ltQ thq highest and best jder for twelve months for money rent the farm containing cbout 215 acres 20 acr s for oats and about 0 acres for corn and tobacco there is ample burn room for 30 ncn a of tobtcco and sticks to hng same Good dvrellinp fine garden und out buildings and plenty of wafer etch Possession given March 10 1897 TERMS Parties 1 will he required to ve bond with approved security arable in baik oh the firit day ofI March 1895 Sale will begin at 10 oclock a in W IC MARKS Bucklcns Arnica Baive The best Mlvoln the ubrld for Cuts Brulsfs Sorrs ulcers Ulcers SaltRlie nl1m Fovcrsores Tetter happed hands Ceilblnins corns nnd nil kin eruptions und positively cures Piles or no my required It is gydrantced to givoixjr Tect satisfaction or refunded J rlG65 5 cents jier loxnt llnvduu A llob ertsons Drug StoxefiThe Ccrtx CrcpAs gcsxl authority as V1doF Brown of Ohio favors husking com vith ihe excellent1 machines that Crt now used for tho purposo and which cut and shred tho fodder at tho same time In n latter tto Prairie Fanner ho writes- I mot scores of farmers at tho insti ttutes the past winter who had bandied ttheir corn end fodder in this way and while they und in n few cases been hemt1idSso as to avoid troublo and loss Thrashing tho corn puts thn fodder in excellent etronblesoalotoling wo will bo obliged to make bIn aries with good ventilation soMlmt ho air will circulate through and I think it cauboarrcuxgedcr clsowo must kiln dry the corn In come wdy the question will bo solved practically for there isn growing appreciation of tbo Vulne of corn fodder and tho benefit of shredding tf cud the manufacturers cf basking Enid shredding machinery are espari meriting andl will dcubtlesa find out n safo way to manage tho fodder- Eorrhuta For Foctl Country Gcntletada gives this infor mation concerning the cutting cf sax Churn for fosd Itshould bo yearly rip as it will mako richer food and cure bet ter It will head out ami mako n little gsecd end this s1ioulL bo xipo enough to fxrow Before the crop is cut A light frost will help to euro it and will not iinjure it at all Whxenitstandsupvellii it can bo cut in small bundles but should not be shocked until tbp butti have dried out well an there is danger of its souring if tho fresh cut bundle are sct en damp earth It cut with the mowing machinti euro as yea would hay and draw it iin loose It may bo left out in tho Er th until wll cured and it ii little injured by rain cs it is coarse and tho water runs through it and it roan dries Out before frcst if ripa clJongjjnot VAter For rnects It i3 given out aa n new discovery that steam allowed to fall to a t niprr rtnro of 120 Degrees will destroy sects This is only TCpaatius what was Imade public by tho editor of Medians Monthly 40 years ajo that water heat ed to 120 degrees was destructive of in tcct life without being iujorioua vegetation Tho application hOCV toIhas beep found rather troublesome c cept whore only a few plants arc to dipped in tho water People prefer necticidcs that may bo applied by powders or by spraying Maplo Strap From Corn Cobs Clean cobs are boiled in water until soft Then tho juice is strained off and dark brown sugar added This is boiled I andJt comes out a fine quality of maplo drop according to an Illinois exchange It ls also du ovBred in Iowa that a nirnp canbc produccd from watermel ons Last season a melon grower in that state thus utilized thousands of surplus melons which ill other seasons ho baa allowed to rot on tho vines Tho melon eirup hasau exquisite fiavpr has gocd body aJvVo beautiful color PERSONAL GOSSIP J2f Davis sju a candidate for cosgrcsa a Uio Fourth Arkansas district UatA Uassey offUcrouto who dio l recently divided fortuucof OuOuOp axnoug educational institutions Qwt iu Flint of yiliiarostown Vt 1Ili8 ytaii t14 last hnry hi ii4t 4 ecis of togx uiYd Gfi3 k T 3 JEthTIONOT1S Si 4 t ate ol rchtucky l 3tI ctVt1i r V Spti18i- S y a called meeting of lha Jus tices of the Peace held otthc Court Uouscin iinafieltt Ky on Friday Sept 4 189G Jack W Thompson County Judge presiS mg and J S Yankey Lorn Cary Joha Hardest iK E Cambron and W P Scruggs Justices df the Peace far said county being piesont o n motion regularly madeand car ricii it is ordered that an election be bold and a poll opened at the next regular election ninnt sllid for county towit Nov 8 1S90 to take the sense of the legal voters of said county upon the questIon- sa to whether or not the fiscal courtj thereof shall issue and sell the bonds of said cjunty to such an mount as may be necessary not exceeding 812000 for the purpose ot purchasing anti maintaining the turnpike roadof said county free nlf toll to the traveling public Said election to he held aa provided in thegencial election law of Ken tucky and in the manrer prescribed b y an act of the General Assembly o f Kentucky entitle1 an eel to provide free turnpike and gravel roads approved March 17 1890 by the authority of which sai act this election is ordered The County Clerk is ordered to prconro the ballots for stiid election and howil ave printed upon same the qucs tionhArc you in favor of issuing bonds for the purchase and main tainancu of the turnpike roads 01 thij county free of toll to the tray e ling pubhias provided in the GenerrtI Election law of Kentucky See 1459 Ky Statutes and John T Craycroft Srerifl of Washington County is hereby ordered to advertise said election ard the object thereolfor at l nat80 lays next before the day upon which enme ot be held in the Washington county NJJWSLKADER it being the pa per hiving the largest circulation in said county arch nlao by printed nd biHl4 posted up at not less than ttour public places in each voting rocitce in siid county and at the Court House door copy attest W r looker clerk In obedience to the forego order there will be a poll opened at all of tie voting precit Ca in Washington county on Tue d ty 3d diy of Nov TrSOG to take the sense of tile vlltcJs as to whether bi not the fiscil court shall isue and sell the Bonds of said county tu such an amouit aa may tic nPccs siry not exceed ncr Sl2000 fur the purpose of purchasing and main taming the turuj Uo road of said county frjc ot toll to the tiavelinir public Given under my haul thia 80th day of Sept 1890 SJ0111 T Crcycrofr Sheriff Wash Co rue Pnrllu ton Wis Journal sax editorinUy of n opular pat ut ineillcim We know from axporicuco hilt rhalIJ berlnlnH eoUr l holon and Diarrhoea Homed y in all that IstlalincO font w on two occusnions it stopped cxcrntiulliitf ipains nnd possibly Hnvcd us from an untimely uruvc We would not rest ca y ovnr nifllt witltoiit It in tlio house Tliirt remedy undoubtedly juiven moro pain mId HuHorin titan any othoi med icine In tho orld lEvery fiunily chunk kcop il in tho for it is cure to ncuiled boonor Ir later UizzincKM liontlacbo p fiN the luuk areenrtdly NciUs nxntlvo Ask yur dniggiHt fur it ur Fond to Neat Lax 1th1 Co Louisville Ky pnderthePolarmelodramas to to unearthed from musty nce and George W Wit sou have been engaged for principal parts hi James A Herues ihoro Acres company seas of Hartley Campbell nro ITvo their dead fathers old play hj it that tliey ore making with them Edmund Collier will ploy Mnrk An tony in a production of Cleopatra watch Messrs Fitzparrick uud Obst will send on tho road Duke Jaxone a member of Do Wolf Hopper a company was recently rescued JMC7Lfcwis Morriapn produced Frederick Brytons new play The Indian in Halifax Judging from press com ments the play fecored a success Mr Morrison appeared in a dualroletwli Indian brothers TURF TOPICS Alcidalia is the sensation cf tthe hour in NeWEuclaud Last years fast colt Larnbic 2 12 JJ will not bb raced this season Tho fast Peuufylvania stallion Wil Ham Ferni i O1j i has beeii a half tliJJ ceasbu In 1O23 R3d Bud 214 trojtiiig IlUll 212 paciug lisa bean allowed toro tutu to IhotcoUjsga1t trainr1tt ri Zi fcN f ji1 1 r sfdd r 1f F4 jR 1 00 If you pay nowyou can- eg you County Paper ifie NEWS LJEHDER FOR ONE YEAR New Management New Features INew Dress N8VISY picS Original independent p And an Indespensible visitor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be proudS 4 FOR 1 50Wo wiH acnd jou the NEWS LEADER and tho Weekly Courier ournal for one year NEWSLEADER and weekly Com mercial for SltS NEWSLEADER and CJficlnnati Enquirer for 85 NEWbLEADER and Cincinnati TwiceaWoek Commercial Gaz cflte For 8165 ICIIUlH rates on other pnpera and Cue in and see user- endn3ourmoncys l to L DAVI U O nfi I rdftOl BEWSMLEADER- c M3YM i I HULTZZ tJjf rk r iJ s 1f fIAVE JUST RECEIVED1A fedIR0 tHv r RANGES COOKING AN D HJ3ArNG STOVES f 1 i ei jfiFKfj Wsy y iCOAT VASES COAjL BUCfeilTS ijGS t r J t SHpyE S Etc GR ffes GRMvfeSte i t l FIRE BRICK olMNEY If5SSFLI1 f tj i AND SPJWER PIPE jfp i4i d i 1rt ti 106 See their COAL ok E JJ1 Rl iiThe Best in the World kf fSJ- APANND I1 WATER SETS ioiti PLAT1lir f t TEEETTLESANDCO11EE1LIThROAbPING f4 atsf f 101BREADf CU tt f 4 f GALVANIZED IRON BUCKETS AND TU1- tTtL 1 Give them a call and get their prices on all Ifindso JJLt arc r t 1and Building Material f4 1 It1 it i s 1 li d f y Tin Roofing and Gutterthg Ae1yr i tnlRTO EKN IlA Oy sr tJMIFtOWICf t J B rt C 1i i BEN HAYDON SrM Manager t Mt I EllhI8rt1ec and FllllOfUI fijt tOtg W f i Coffins 4 SS iCaskets IfJBtirial I q Robes l Of all V KIIISLcuS if b FULLY EQTJirPEB Calls ans- qjtd 1 SSpromptly night or day tj1 1f TheI services f an FXPEELE Sf if a 13 1ft lEMBALMER grviltwlol JP1 J iJ114 I embalming have been OTgnpd ti i + ro rL 4 fjJ f t Ji1 EURTONcCxt-41 J tlj J 1 jAri i Began JBIcdu 11II ctJ cr WHEN THE DEVIL ii jr Zt ttJrj SCA hButwhemtbIIhjtnIll i 4Thc tvUCuJllollkfllsbt L2i SiSAc3uxilocal morel ant trdrut gist for it f 0 o = Jt 7 GREEN APPLESi TIworld t We arctl1e l1r texpt1nenlofdrled imitiibhppcrs ot bbth green and dried apples In the state and get Ui idghst niarket 1 PrDfA liAll we ac Is a trial ishipment to tIFC the factr Stencils scot frro uDPIIcaWrite us for further rufortnatlu hnd ship your goods to kcadqsarters Wc bsadlc tIanything In the grain or produce Una strictly on comm1 slim TI HERNDONCARTETR CO ncosRAycs Lcmlsvillo Ky I tVl 0 Yf CSJOHN W CRUME t B3Qxf ff tLE DING r 1 LI3LeRYLei i I ISLbBtNONI t od k I 1 STABLESpFluinp Avenue and Malbrrf Street3 v i Sri v Back of Norris House i JJr i f f ctCOQ1 t Spechl Rules to C6mmer 5 4 f 1 tlalMcbSafe tind rIiab1eprfersf l WasbingtatiCoun rv TrildeSo lciiidi i 1 IC STORIA For Infants and Children c = nayc1FoRk SALE SsNHxnlI i and Brabma Cccbercllfl cheaper thananyoneIBins KATB GREEN TekaS t Ky Ayers HaIr Vl or which lire ontllvetl and snperwdcd hundreds ufstinlhxmrprcj arotibuti is undubtedy the mncCKb lonablijas well as tho inoft cciinnmiral hair dressliiK in tbtf mat Pt nylutiwj this poorest head of hair eoon bcciHiiea uxnrlmitatid bonutlful When Ibby was ttct wb It3Te has Cftorli 1somt bl1tJy d Ccrcmtcri l m ic jI lst clnFtQ Viha bhdhadaimreB iG1 UiaOorfaf I lOTIGErr XPAYff t r 1JI 4 rtrg thocointyandtato 11tf ri tfIIIou will save ftitther costVti1 t lt tf trouble bv paying same JitbnfcSi J Utspt t rr diI Jt HNrT On A teRfoTv r 1 ihPersonal jj- FRKK otphRO tllbiffb1IHO ioojS io any person nffllrttfl wltt gnVoif j chronic iff delicateIItholr dlwasep cipfar to aex Mlilrexs tholcadtimgjpx1 fr5ifans hgd stihreonrof thoTLdW 11r JIntlxattxytf C6 7ODerjttret tr Chfrifl3 4 t t J 4 i R SAL S JftIii iit8t J i lfiriJJOfMII1 81 rr8itmEmii J t ot PUVaitc sillO f7 hltJttlCLOWrrChtcuJstxw1sllafiS Jilo1gmgouniOhe pair b1giuir l tS li- es4t1o JlnoSI1 and 1tiicttuiiioi Sl1Tin ll ptitte jnrixasIon 1t1ftjot6rf f Itirdcir nitJies inc r KIuudwr t 16 MtjK VS V ct THe JifeWS ieADgft r nj r- llEEY1SLEADEE In i r 61 n ilYriIimlD ltoarING- s r 2 f rot SPRINGFIELD ICY J l t r fc t J StfOtiZlR YNANRPAID t r l i rrTEETHt t j 4Jt T D j 4i vMITHOt7T l 1 a1 rP1rIN I ytr tbd asrfof tfitnlired AirOas f Jnd ni aqw Method of ntt own a i t cbl If tt 4 t t Ifuami h avcsnobadoffcetsit i1 a rr4 j li0so t tr i rv out d t tf ift1 JirijMrttWonK nod CnowKiso n rItla1it M f iJ Ittii4 tfr i v 1 6 t tf I L r1 j S JFIRST GLASS WORK r PRICES REASO ABLE1jlly r Ik tpypri1ift HUftEj HOKl WJIdcrsoIlJecdur nonllifftwlJl r Ing enttre month preparedJ j forsIto do all kind of work WlIl fe f 0 Dr Wilders days first Wed s to I i6dnyfhnnctll and Friday- l t1 y if of each month jf1 OFFICE Over Pst llltu 1t 1 f MatnoCSee No C284 Fourth Ave 1 f1 LouisvUlo Ky t l t f J WILDER j a 1 ifFlI DanJtiSl L iff rtJ r JI J F R11 THllM i t 1i PamIr 1r 1 t4 Tuesdays and Saturdaysc rfkfJ ff tff 1 J SI fl1JGilIELU KENrUJKY If fL ioIf i r i c R FtJ B R COQP 1J R j fi Jg1II1tottlL long IcoTieJtsons drug 1IrIt tiler- u f r Main St SPUIXJHELD KY 1 DR JJ1Ii BURrOli ji RESIDENT DEMTibT t tlJiY j f I enl jJjBrill t J rnJrIJOI t J fiJ i TEETH EXTRACTED iA 4 j r ji t W tHOI UT PAIN IIIJlw I tII f tlfJ 1J i Qrru Ilnpan mock over Matisllp11 a x y 7t oils eoro 1 TJIf SPRINGFIELD KY f iti Croifira and Bridge Woii Specialty I rfIS d i 1tf 4T f J F GREENEjJii ydtrit SALOONt 1fj s 41 J i I have opened saloon on Main t fcriJpt ndiiiiriir ir the grocery of I vfr iTrj j 8 M ICIhcre I will be fJ Ji L pleased to have my fi fends andI J Iii flj it patrons troll when needing any r r vp r thing in my lioc I vll keep e rhbtbia but the very best brands J y the market ITords Will make Y1 t appecialty r thet FAMOUS J J r YELLOWSTONE tarn hast the reputatpn of bilng the finest t4J in tthe world Your PHtrJnagel r r soHcited soil courtesy extends t 1 r AI rr i n SAKAION iI i w s h rr f i THE LIVERYMAN 1i ft jf r 1First eras livery outfits Now rtt itom bu gees and fast dsufe horses f i vSH f tlersywagons and surreyfa for f t Afi V- the use of excursion partcs or n i drummerst ntht cuiVenienitt laISi iz tll I1ty M a tY lAN ST SIn Am TELL Kv j f ti to McKenna Whiskey flltt This cclvSbratcd brand of tthiakc i t 1fecp for sale at my bur and tusk oip p hprJccialtj ni it fur famIly and jvr 1fI c tntlluHnul use JF r K C THOMPSON t tt = L 7 4 can GayIlMphtiling l f t 3 1 c tiu 9 hrlag i x 1 f WBaSpns AlO steal Is orcr tttlrSII offer v s tb4gttwe taett0o w L3ii tw TutJOO a ycnt 7 j At rttp fj 7BOUT TOWN jfEV plgo feet jnactqrel alTnon iin buiiiat i A fciiADEiis QKAPEJJ banannas peara etc always on hand at c J A SHADEU allboursll kins Tftv tho Columbia River Salmon eonietliing new price lOo a pound at JA SHAKERS NEW pickles new sorghum pickling vine rnew oatmea nudayene mince meatand many other new goods fo sale at low pricesby J A SHADERS as The XCIT Honlt Kpooii Free to AI7 I read in the Christian Standard that Miss A M Fritz Station A St LouisMo would glv an elegant plated book spoon to anyeno sealing her ten 2 cnt stamps sent for one und found it so nsesul that I showed it to my friends and made in two boars talons orders far tho spoon The hoop spoon is a household necessity It can not slip into tue dish or cooling vessel being hold its place by a hook on tho bock This spoon is romothinc that house keepers have needed over since spoons were invented Anyone can get a sample spojanby sending ten 3cent stamps to Miss Fritz this is a splecfid way to make money round home Wary truly J S IF the gentleman who loft his buggy at my stable on last County Court day and took away one belonging to anther party will return and make the exchange he will save trouble and confer a favor on trio C L LRIOIl A Chance fo ftluUc 31oney have made iOt0 clear money in 87 days apd attended to my honsehold duties sides and I think this is doing splendid for iceman inexperienced in business Any ono can sl what everycne wants to buy and every family wants a Dish Washer I dont canvass at all people come or send for the washer and every washer that goes outsells two or three more no they do the work to perfection You can wash and dry tbo dishes in two minutes I am going to devote my whole time to this business now and J am sure I can clear 15000 a year My and brother havcxstortcd in the bus and are doing splendid You can gut- omplete instructions and hundreds of tedf imonials by addressing the Iron City Dish- Washer To Station A Pittsburg Pa and you dont male loft of money its yt nr own fault Mrs W H Spring cleaning in tho house is ipt portant and to cleanee the human system is even more so Beats Lax ctivo tones one up cleanses and regu lates the bowels livir and kidneys For sale l60c a bottle by Haydon Robertson ariM Waters Drown A Dandy TMns to Si11 I hove been dins well this summer selling combination dlpjers that think t is my duty fo tell others about it I lave nut made as much irrney as svne I lard ubcxut but newer matt less than 3 and oileD f3 n toy the dipper can tic used as a fi ilt jirlllltr a plain Jipper u fine ttrai er a f innol a stfuinei funnel n siclf rorm vaimins pan antia iit m af uv hnso elfcht dii er nt use make the dipper svcl a n ceasmry nitiil tta it sells at nail y cvoryhiuse ay It is so cheap Youcai get a simple as I did by soiding eighteen ccnt stumps to pay postajjetc to W H IairJ w Co Station Piltibunr Pn and they will mull you dipper and you can go to wcrk at once rnydito run make 3 or1 a day anywhers A Tit Baptist church has engaged the services of Rev T BRav of the Seminarv to preach as a supply till the end of year 1803 He preached for them last Slinday both morning and evening and they liked him so well that they would undoubtedly call him if bo could possibly accept as their pas o Marry thin CJirl QitirK saw in your paper that a tbirteenj eRr old boy made ELthe first bonnie wOrkek selling the Perfection Mutal Tip Lampwick ordered a sample and went to work and the tint week cleared and the second week cleared I expect to run up to 25 In the near future Ii the Perfection Metal Tip Lampwiuk snakes hnrh a beauti ful white light anti away with smokeI ItJlljClyccpt stamps olllsnmJlItouUlmake money around home Miss T makfI IA LARGE tobacco barn tho property dcstroyedIcrop acres o f tobacco besides a number of farmin implements The fire occurred at about 8 oclock in the evening and was plainly visible from town Insur ance on barn and contents 1400 Origin of fire unknown HOMINY beans nunavono oatmeal rice tell new at J A SiiAbEits How the Dipper SUVIM the Farm Father was and the mortu o on tho farm was coming due I saw iti tho Chris than Advocate xvhcro Miss Fritz of sendya el1htclntoeentstnullls I ordered one I saw flIlelIthe dipper such a necessary article that I wont to work with It and It stills at very aciir cvirj house and in four matt bs Ipai off inortpagi Ibinlj tlall clear as niaoh J2W a mouth Jf ypu rooi work you can do WvUby viogthua trial Sri s A SL Fritz Stadotr A tIoul Mo squid spnbiple to dbbtchtV2ctht 6tnroll3 jere ay GUtix ti r r r HAVE Yoaseen the Jarge stook of overcoats clothing and rabber goods at MANSFIELDS WHEN jot are Ibokin g for underwear dont fail to price hem at MANSFIELDS THE nobbiest dress goods in mix tures and plaids and trimmings to match at MANSFIEUJS If your cbftdren are subject to croup watch for bite first symptomof the diR cTiso = boirsoness Jf Chamborlaiiis Cough Remedy gl vim as soon astlio therattaik Even after the croupy cough has appeared the attack rut nlwavs be prevented bv giving tbs remedy Ills iilso invaluable for colds and whooping cougl1 Go to Joe A Shaders for your fruit such as banannas pears apples basket grapes etc Ar Joo A Sbadors you can get a complete line of new canned goods such as peas beaus corn and tomatoes at very low prices To get the benefit of low prices go to MANSFDSLDS RUE BPILJIAN the photographers are here this week prepared to take your photographs They will remain tbe balance of the week and can take your picture at you hone or anj where eras SEEJCIAI cut in toith Stoughtons shpes S ofjBlioeefjf9r p275 Ladles 300 shoS pOO1 7b shoes for 9125 at MANSFIELDS tIjtiruiuK Done iu Ono Minute I have tried tho Lightning Ghurnyou ra cently Described In your paper and it is certainly a wonder I can churn In bus than one minute mad the butter is elegant and you get considerably more butter than when you uso nn ordinary churn I took the agency for the churn hero and every butter maker that sees it buys one havo sold three dozen and they give the bestsat isfaction I know I can toll loa in this township as they churn so quickly and make so much more butter than common churns and are so cheap Someone in every township can make two or three hundred dollars selling these churns by addressing J Ft Ottsey Co you can get cbcular md lull information sr you cap make big money at home I have made the past two weeks and I havo nevi f sold anything Ir my life before A FAnMEK A BARN and grainery belonging to Mr R A McElrov was burned on last Friday night Tho building con tained about 800 bushels of corn and oats No insurance was hal on the property and it was a total IOJB TilE openings of the two illinery eitablishnientu Lcrs conducted by Mrsv Eate Williams and Mrs Marc field were crowded witty vjitprs during tho entire day and wcra highly mplimentcdon all sides for their pretty designs as woll as tiioir rtylish and h ihdsome hats Ms Williams ia a new comer who has already male a great many frieuda here and has work 3d up quite a good a large trade sh1c3 her coming to Springfield last Sprn We c recommend the most fastidio is of our ladies to give either a call and you will certainly meet with the frost courteous treatment and at the same time secure as pretty and stylish a hat as you can find in the larger cities LARGE stock of boots and shoes Prices tho lowest a MANSFIELDS MANSEIELDS arc headquarters for cloaks jackets and millinery goodsI Pad utaim1 Kv duty well fool proud of some of J er ontoVprisfH 11111 iVSoii Kiiublo Ky write to till K K Sutherland Medliim CiiiiipJinysis mallows Wo wroto this to cnrtify to the wonderful and gnunj good roe oils fnim your Dr UoUr fate TurIIfmwr which b ioliiiiK faster than any medicine wo it cr sold pouJlln wlio never tnulcd at our store havo hl of it and toinc from adjoining coviitlen for it On aito in particular that of Mrs Smith Wool elrillor this pliuc who atllctcd with her throat for nyir two airs that whlilurIas ever and till tI4C sutli wonderful euro that her tolght ors como in to sea fur thotiiholvos nod all aro rHtonlHhcd to hour her talk For sale b llnydon tt Itobcrtsmu SiithorlniurM ICagle Kvo Salvo the best ointment in the wuilcl for any and stir kinds of stirs eyes kin dlsensusair dotloragPut up in tubes at irx For sale by Hay don tt UobntHon Irnngiiats FOR RENT A tam of 325ucrlS to be uscil us foliowe 15 acres for corn 50 acres for wheat anti oats 100 acres for good grazing and 50 acres in wood witb fairlygood grazing The rosin is nbou three Milled From Spriiigfulil mindsiz milep trom Lob FnMcElroy Ptr pride ot renting nail other particulars ajyly to ouhr R Y R FQlW W McElroy If the hair ix falling miL mitt tuniir prry Uio glands oftho skin Miuu lasting and color end tho best marI biiintiiaitl Balls HairIvitiul iu tluiicwcr orMaleri aiaiver Trou b38orIndiestiontise3 BROWN1 s IRON BI TIER tt41 Its Almosttv Likew n kck r Having the opportunity l16 buy Pali and Winter Roods at CostV We aro going into some other business Our entire stock of tho choicest finest and newest Dry Good Clothing and Shoes must be sld t Regardless of Cost or Value I L wS = We are giving the people of this city and vicinity the greatest shopping opportunity ever prer scnted We are very busy now many people buy two jmi three r times more goods as they act ually need on accountof U1tngreat cheapness No other house cm quote such bargains as we do You should lake advantage of this great moneY saving opp 5r tunity Come early and seCure pick and choice t THEa LOUISVILLE STORE Originators of Low Prices Patronize iHome IJllthIStFyLL 4 BRING YOUR BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS- ENVELOPES INVITATIONS and Everything in the Printing Line to us We will do the v ork r quickly neatly and IN THE LATEST STYLE THE NEWSLEADER 7 LIGhTNINGCute CURESHO THEALS Cholera Bites of Animals andt 1I1 I oova o SHEARS UP A OOID waa SfmellaGaod mo tcInges EitEiiriwfKE 25frra BOo Put Borne No Ruter No PAY Jsee lize eootauls two and one half tmc as sc bottle S7RINC7ICUH d t it I i LThTEST 4r- 1 a a G AND J tJST REQEWE Dzyz sell offer oidh 4Bar ans ar x da s to start things off i + i h981 98 iii J0I 1 this styH cape with Va sxlout Golar1fullsYieepanCl t correct length fore t l98 Regular price fs 356 Beautiful Ja tJefsqi I lf Cloth and Boucle ion 5 t i Ut r worth 7 3 r Dont ovcr oak our D e s Goods vre bade the bed thirg that are gQn and see friii Sat JBatgiEua Prices LADIES WINTER SIRP3- Men r s Winter Gfcv TO iQO- U ndershir j LL I E9FJf t BuSIER 1 OC efJMPtTE t hS111I1 1 s t OUTING 1At11LS Ladies Winter 5 TO 116 ii Undershirts CANTON F1oANNtti 5tQ 15d 200 l tfe tfofit is momft I r MqC Q ROBRTONf SPRINGFIELD sAw ANn PLANINGMitL t J MARK GEEENE Fro Sx MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS lH= + Allkinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Latbes MQuldtD s Cab fogs Frames Siiah Doors 13rindsJ TobriccoHogshtadtii Cypress Shingles Acme Cemerit Plaster etc Bill Stuff cutto oidtirpq Shot NqMce glebes t daaL paid for all kinds of Logs Cairandsee us and get prices OOffice M Yantfocy venue fietteenc Mull and RiiIrMi NOTICE V All persons having claims against tile estate of Francis Walla deceased will prevent same properly proven tothe un dersigned or leave tome with T W Simms Jr AttornetIB P StuMs FRANCIS Vi 71 IaaE KUHN Expfetitors of Fraocis SValls FARM FOR SALE j 4 My form oC 145 acrps bnihe prhgfleld rood six miles fr nu town adjoining Gregory rpr on ore side and Judge ttseyonIjI the other Good frame large bora large cistern aud good web t house and all other necessary QuarterITof a wilts to good school and church For lurther information call on Bugb M Noe on prealises MARS E NOE Worth Its lgbtin ffold Suthcr antis EttffloigiRyc Salve t UihtntnatHeiCrOH Wt ritntty P1iet Tult yut it Kills AH Pslr y SiffrCyerywhore Cvry Day Without Rallof There Is No Pay MIDRMiAJiiii- W Jf tt SITES CREAM J tt VERrldRFUCEft J SOLD art ALL nKtrOOI8Tay V1c iP e4 Citpltvrtenoy U SsAt linn JUed- Caly saga Shlloliii tathlt I1cwrtW1 Is is tba tlnl ni6dlclno t hnVe pVyi fduiul that Would do me any goodi rice Dy r O g d 200 A VISIt La Is a thyiiciam usual fee A 1g 50 cent bottle dr a1yNeats JJaxativ Wilt pntjpatBystentih pood order Itw curca Torpid and Pluggt hwtCob aNpatlonticafaclieetc rlsasaatead sareforaJlDtrsllndsexC5 AadeagG agdreliable tmtaly Ask 7 t ror it Putt oaroratntlea rrtthied Q YHEAT LJUUrVE Uiilfc TABLETS EYE OINTMENT cws NOTHING Il A SURE send CIRTAIK CU known lot 5 rears iith BUT EMEbYforffiL- Mt rALL 3 IIOITia- u gs Get ocJNMk qtrWS rs Otit MaU in 1a jay fist tin mtf tEYprt9Ms1 Th INoir iNtw yoa Pages ltoseaadc3criptioo v y thing ftiat1 inllfelteflo Vjhat yor oagbt pay whtitharybabnyof is to oa- Onc lttoQtitt htaliertol tcr- t MONTGOMERY WARO tIiilastoraottholNdtot OetyMcttpir tittt6 htictllsfan Aws it Rsinons Lie 6gat 1tsect TreSt 9tt- tt 4 i L jk I IIkII 1 I tHE JEWS LAD R 5 r S w for Infants and Children T lJ t bElrvationof Castoria with t patronage of milHwiBl of PC6Oflfpermits os to speak of it fothout guessing It l uqirbiythe best remedy for nfits andChlldr n ikt wend has ever known It ishannless Children like it It itT eah I will avo their lives it Mothers have tkiac which is absolutely safe and practicallyjerfect as ay ilii 1t4tkin Cdi fleftroyt Worms CMtMri allays Fererishne Cwtfri prevents vomiting Bow Cuhttutb4ia CTTM Diarrhoea and Wind Colic r CMtwk relieves Teething Troubles CtrL CUll Constipation anaJTlatnlency aeitraluet tho effects of carbonic acM gas or poisonous air k MM sot Mataio morphine opium or any other narcotic I1161ri Utiaiktes tko food regulates the stomach and bower ifrriac Irttlthy ani natural deep reslsId it Pfrtup in one size boWel only It is not sold in bulk Jteftt atttw BT one to sell you anything else on the plea or promise jihat it iIjutasgooc1 and will amswer every purpose M that yw ret 4 r ty Childr Tb ric fi t CASTOIIAWW aunawH crnccr errr BEL IN THE YOODS SIThttto ablebodica citizens of the Ilafe1 formed a company and mnrjchal ray to the war Major Tom Boldin F tnie liuR manner tho bnnlcn of the vIlliejMrc Everybody ran to him Vrkte they felt obliged to discuss their hflftifa The sorrows of The town were finmfed before hinu His littlo bench at i 1he sanny m4e of Jiijtglesvillo tavern I tceaaaefiiBort of an opcir coortvrhere ticoplo cumo to speak resentfully of their thIst 4 5I nd stragflcd raanf ally under tbo lend l jtbeoorcdhimnsainauvrhohadficcn UidkyjntlavcrtheqtutintlowciticsOf I JJnxico and the compact northern bayo kota gleaming on tbo narrow roads Ono wm summer day the major rat hslccp on his littlo bench There rii a whichJjftSuaUjTearelopcd him Ills casje by V iMeTbJC irhicti he could mate tho most t rcend s and iniprwisivo Sturcs loiedbe JobUn lila hat lay upon the T bench awl bis old baldbcadhad swung forward mntil bis nose actually touchcfl the 1mIf button of his vraistcoat 4it The Bparrows wrangled jpcratcly in I 1l r ttefying perspiration Once pastltf felt toaes of the field and sky thc long grass of the meadow Across thc road the insects chirped and clacked eternally suddenly a frowzy headed boy ap pcnred In tho roadway his bare feet aSt tedHe gave a shrillwhoop us be discovered ttyo sleeping major and rush wt toward hfmlIe created a t rrifi punio among come chickens that hadI boenscratohiag iitentjyucaribomajcra foot They clamored in nn insaij try of fear and rushed hither and thither seek lliig a way of escape whereas m reality all ways lay open to them SThis tumult caused tho icajcz to 1vlrouse with a sudden littlo jump of Mciafemcht and apprehension He rub- lital hia eyes and Based about him Meanwhile some clever chicken haddis- tovercd a passage to safety and led JbeI 1 flock into the garden where the r f sci awkcd in sustained alarm Panting from bis run ocd choked error the littlo boy stood before 4with or struggling with a tale tL was over peii the tip of big tongcs Majornowinajor Tho old man rotued latin afl Tieions amber glared impatiently at tho lit t Jboy Come cornel Chats ti matte with yeh lie demanctSL J Whats thf ttattejr Dont stand tcro fihaking i xsaktipr LofstWmattertho HftroBboy ihoutcd Taiiantly with poprfi g tJof tbo importance otbii talcLl 11y JfW1 chlcliena na all stole on nowrho Iu tho woodsWho Is Whole over in the darGo ahead oVtbtrobclislI Tb rebel cried the little jfeywitb tie last breath i The major bounced from hisbbncb in ltheUettegreat jerk v yehsuroWliow1m P7athere6rsBent he managed to stammer 7 Snowhosln tbe woods I saw 1 onytliiuglThe the 1 indulgedlaSBy thonder well ketch the cost 3Tehvwaitliercho told the boy oii DoychibirrThe boyv still wospin nodded cud J ttuj nidjor hurriedly entered the inn I He took down from its pegs an awk Vard smoothbore rifle and carefullyl ipthattrusting the cop bo removed it and lftt placed Jt with a new one Ho semi i jil dtht gun teenly as It lie could jndgq fnUi manner of tho condition tlhc JodV All hfcj mOvcmcnla were i elibcrat ppd deadly When Jie Rrrived upon the porch oft dfi + 3i lithiiig WrJ Ii thcs r 1l ioia it4he m1Jor iwciv oi t YellretnrueOtno major onnanp Well whats cho got said old Pe tcrSGot Got a rebel OVer in tb w majorAt and boys who bad gathered eagerly about him gavevent ttf startled cries Tho women had come from adjacent houses but tbo little boys represented the entire village They had miraculously heard the firs t whimper of rumor and they performed wonders in getting to tho spot They elnstcrcd around the important figure major and gazed in silent awe T ofI women bowover burst forth At word rebel which represented to lhmnlJ tho terrible things they deluged the major with questions which were obviously unanswerable impntienctintcrropbonscars What No Yes Howd I know th 0estrnngleat with his friendscNo Yes What How in thunder d I know saponlady sit weeping forlornly At last ihb major broke through the towd aria went to the roadway There as they all streamed after him ho turned flfaCd them Now look ahcrol I dont know nny moro about this than ych doho to Idm them fforcibly All that I know is that theres a rebel over in Smiths woods an all I know is thnt Im ago n jBatj oldPetert IUrbeltDontyeli think I know what a rebelj Is Then with a gesture of disdain at tEc t tetmninel of his arm At this hcroic nomcut now clamor oros half admiration half diiffiiay Old Pefcr bo8blc5 aftei the m ajorcontInaIIrepeatingh civcnthen1t1iscovmngj forth to them eloquently Tho women started after the figure of tho major and old Peter his pursuer Jcrpzcl Bjfonrin half witted lad whofcomprchcndcd nothing Bavcrn occasional genial wordlt lloaned against the fence and grinned likenl skull The major and the pursuer passed out of view aroundjh turn injtho rod where tho greatmSpJcs lazily shook oil tim dust that lay on their lleave 3 For a moment the littlo group of wo yfibndlstcned intent lyas if they cxpect fd to hear asnddcu shot and criesfrpm the distance They looked at each otheri their lips a Jittlo ways apart Thofrces dsOftly in the heat cf the jpmmcr sun The insects in the meadow contin ned their monotonous humming nudj somewhere a hen bad been stricken with JoudlYFinnllYMrs Well Im goin to th turn o1 th road anyhow Mrs Willetts and Mrs Jpo Peterson her particular friend cried out at this temerity but she said Well Im goin anyhow 8hc called Bronson Como on JcrozcL Ychre a manf an if ho should chose us why yeh must pitch latch im Hey fillBrozigin always otyed cverybdlHo grinned on assent and went with her down the road A little boy attempted to follow them motbermade niotion1CAAand Jerczol Then at Jast ono gave o laugh of triumph at her conquest ol caution ui1tfcai and cried Well Im goiu toot ESThertue of t ho littlo boys hodalrcady Tcntnredj mainbodyhey j PSSretwferocitycitcinrntl Tho whole thing with it possible danger had for themn dc liciou clement Johuuio Peterson who could hnlJpounce cut nthini Thft fiiiniHar tome suddenly J rssumcd a vstf ufricrt Tho IeliIcfearn wliicli- w tit rotc tko ff txsir 4 la tug utMUui corn i tU It IAnf 1gtU place vboso CJCS could contain nIl manner of dangers The long green loaves waving in the brcozo rustled from tho passing of men In the song of the insects t here wore now omen There now WI4 theup5InazncIni reJli1wlrortl gjfoliage IIthohorrors they imaginedlook Iontoivcncsa of the landscape They waited pausilently The thinImother who all wishca torcturn tried at onto disdainfully IYrH go back if yeh want towasA cricket at the roadside exploded cuddeuly in his shrill song und a worn an who had been standiu near Bbrick cd in startled terror An electric move meat went through the group of worn en They jumped and gavo vent to and den Bcreanii With the fear still upon their agitated faces they turned to be rate thoone who had shrieked joWhyness sakes dont holler like that again a uHol on a minuet Peter Withcby was crying to tbo major as the latter full ot the importance and dignity of hisi position as protector of Migglcsvillo paced forward swiftly The veteran al ready fel t upon his brown wreath form edof the flowers of gratitude and as ho strode ho was absorbed in planning a calm and self contained manner of wearing it Hbloa a muinet piped old Jeter in tho rear At last the major aroused from his dream of triumph turned about Wrath fully iWcUIwb1tUNow look ahoro said Peter What the goin to do The major with a gesture supreme eiaspenrtjon whcoled again and went on When hd arrived at the cornfield ho halted and waited for Peter Ho suddenly felt that indefinable menace in the IandscjpoSWell demanded Peter panting The majors eyes wavered a trifle Well ho repeated Well Im 11rebelhind them the looming woods sinister with possible secrets iIWell said old Pete The major mtvcd uneasily and put hand to lila brow Peter waited in Ibisvious expectation The major moved through the grass at tho roadside and climbed tbo fence Ho put both bis legs over tho topmost rail nod theu sat perched there facing the woods Onco ho turned lila head and asked Weir I haint said anything answered Peter Tho major clambered down from the f nco and1 went slowly into tho corn his gnu Mid in readiness Peter stood in yePresentlyid piIfrunnin will yeh Well I haint got no gun nor math in said Peter in tho same low tone What good ndl do Well yeb might como along with e an watch said the major Four eyea 9Tx5ttern two If I had a gun began Peter OhT yeh dont need no gun inter jruptcd the major waving his hand All Im afraid of is that I wont find im My eyes aint so good as they was WellwComo along whispered tho major You haint ofraid ore yeh No butcWelt cdmo along then Whats th matter with yeh j Peter dimbctljthe fence He paused j on tho top rail and took a prolonged tare at the inscrutable woods When e joined the major in tho cornfield he said with a touch of auger Well yeh got tho gnu Remember tthat If ho comes for me I haint got a b lame thing Shucks answered tho mnjortoHo haint ngoin t como for yeh The two then began a wary journey through tho corn One bycue tho long aislesi l between tho rows appeared an hey glanced along each of them It seemed as if some grewsomo thing had jJust previousjy vacated it Old Peter tbaltrd once audwbippcrcd Say look ahcro eupposin sup posin Supposin what demanded the ma jor VSnpposin said Potcr Well roo member you got th gun an I haint got nytbiuThunderl OlojorWbenthe stalks weroArerj short because of the shade eaSt by the trees of tho wood they halt cd again Tho leaves were gently swish- ingl iu he breeze Before them stretched tho mystic green wall of the foxes and there seemed to be in It eyes which followed oath of their movements Peter at last said I dont believe thcros anybody there Yas here is too said the major Ill bot auythiu bes there How d you know asked Pctcn Illttheaiut within a anile o hero The major suddenly ejaculated Listen brenthtnilIagape their eyes pltntluc Finally tho major turned his head Did yeb hear that he said board ly No paid Peter in a low vole a l What was The major listened lam a moment Then he turned again I thought I hofrcd somebody bolof ler1 ho explained cautiously They both bent forward and listened once more Peter in the inteuRcuesa of his attitude lost his balance and was obliged to lift his foot hastily and with noiseS3511 qAfterloudly Oh clmcks I dont believe yeh bccrcd auythiu The uinjcr made a frantic downward gesture with his hand xShrtr up wilt yeh he said in man aiijtrjr tiudurtoiic Piter brccnio silent for amcmcnt t ptvaviitjjr uue iu aguui Oh yeh didnt hear anythin The major turned to glare at bis com pan ion in despair and wrath Whats th mutter with reb1 Caut IuO reh hctupOhjthisherphaiutnottsb If yoretI l in after im why dont yeh goin aft r ireStt Well gimmo time CAtit iqid the major in n growl And ycbI tbo climbedfentm clingWellJaidL Peter whorl tho iUnJcirj sed he major stepped down upon1 the k carpet of brown leaves that stretch ed under the trees Ho turned then to whisper Yeb wait here will yeM his face red with determination Well hoi on a minnet said Pet- eruYouIod better Noi said the major Yeh Waiti hem Ho went stealthily into Jlio thicket Peter watched him until ho grew to bo a vogue slow moving shadow From time to time ho could bear tho leaves crackle and twigs snap under tho inns awkward tread Peter intent- athleae waited for the peal of sudden tragedy Finally tho woods grew silent Inn solemn and impressive hush of that thumpinghis beIcouldIcould perceive the moving of swift si lent shapes Ho concluded that ho bad better try to muster some assistance to tho majorSAsjjEeter came through the corn tho worneiitip the road caught sight of the glittering figure and screamed Many of boysthwi clouds Mrs Jpe Peterson however cast a glance over her shoulders us sho with her shirts gathered up was run ning as best she could She instantly stopped and in tones of deepest scorn called out to the others Why its ouy Pete Witbeby They camo faltering back then those who had been swiftest in rac thelimbs had enabled them to flee only a short distance Peter came rapidly appreciating thcogla concesth trequestions which hit till sides of tboepi sot Itlegai denedpcrtance tIe anode no answer to theli olamor When bo had reachedl the of ingly the fence bo called out toI Here yen Johnnie you and George run au git my gun Its haugiu on th pegs Qver th bench in th shop At this terrible sentence shuddering t boYIIInamedPeter swung his r18 over thb and faced the woods again Ho railII his head once to say Keep still cnifI b Qnit scnfilin aroun TbeyconMIby his manner that this omo moment The group became aim nlesa and still Later Peter turned to Bay Slat to a restless boy and the air with which ho said it smote then nill with awe The little boys who had gone after tbo gnu came puttering along hurried ly the weapon borpe iu the midst cf them Each was anxious to share in the honor the one who had been delegated directingbiBPeter saMuSb Ho took tho Ran and poised it in readiness to sweep the cornfield Ho scowled at the boys and 11hisperedbring thO powder horn an th thing with bullets in I told yeh t bring an IU send somobody else next timeIYoh rtjdnt tell us cried the two boys shrilly IIIISh viuium Quit yer gesture noise said j Poter However this reproof enabled other boys to recover that peace ofmfQd tbOirfrieJrlrepulsed them savagely with en airtof being iuflniti ly bothered ty their interference in his intent watch They wcro forced to listen again in silence to the weird and prophetic chanting of the in sects and tthe mystic silken rustling of the com At last the thud of scurrying feet in tho soft soil of ttbo field canto to their II ears A dark form sped toward then A wave of u mighty fear swept cver the group and the screams of the women came hoarsely from tluircboked throat Peter swung madly from his perch atC rampartButinflamed and fafa eyes were glaring He clutched hb rifU eh middle udIwuup ti wildly Ii as bounding i great speed for his fat short body tal1 right WI nil right he bepan to yeli some distance n way It1 s all right Its ouy ole Milt TittibyM 1Whe1 he arrived at the top of the fence lie paused and moppCt11s tpO r What they thundered iiuaii ngouy of sudden unreasoning disappointment Ik Mrs Too Peterson who wnl distant couutctioii of Milton Jacobyrthqugbt to forestall any damage to her social 4 disdainfullyDrnnklHp03c gYepfeuco and mopping his brow Drunk as a fool Thunder I was surprised J I thought it was a rebel sure The thoughts of nil these women wrivercd for a time They wore at a los for precise expression their em 0tficn At last howcvor they burledI this one superior sentence rt tho major Well yeh might have known Stephen Ciauo A Doya View Momma asked the littlo boy what does this story menu by talking about n greatgrandmother Aint all grnnduiutliom great Cincinnati EnIuirer II Where Are the lionsIJust got a letter from Mildred Shes enjoying the cou try so much She says Every day at sunrise a neigh boring rooster rouses us with his early morning lay tEtj morning lay S5hats tlie tiijitfpr with the henou n strie OVERWORK INDUCED Nervous Prostration obileto b1 the Us of Ayers Sarsaparilla years ago as a result of too oso attiniloii to business my health ffulled I bvcaufo wcnk nervous stnt unalilo to look utter my interests anil manifested all the symptoms of n cl luoi I took three bottles ot Aer sanluparnln be an to improve ntoucoj cork4 gradually inrrwwwl my weight from IaniI limulrcil ami twenty lira to two ponnds Sinco then I and my have used tIlts medicine when needed millwo rim all in the host of IVealthIA ilyeridren would have heen fatherless today 11u11t not been for Ayers Saisaparilla o izfnitchiIT O Postmaster and Planter Kinanls S C Ayers SSarsaparillaREC- EIVING YORLOS AYERS Pills Savo Doctors Bills Now is the time to subscribe for e NEWS LKADKO only 1a year IA now theory in the treatment of ughs audi colds lung and bronchial t onhales hag been ndvaneed by the nmn ufucturera of 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nreinoiiibr that tho Imttdin niunilH of tthe itutit Mtnnds For solo by llaydon k ltobt- on art s Urlloelllh IUr Bells Pino TurIloney Is tlio IxM cough nlllllcold mniPily over discovered for children it Is perfectly hnrmles tllIby tho g K1 MiitliorUnd Medicine Orr r any lad cah Ky mid sold by rlt dojieivi For sale by Lfaydon nub irlson DrugglatsVsibscriherprthNwsLAt J Ef onljns iMii T t fl SIGHT WORIH1 8EEIpKflt fif r a ii AOUR GRAND DISPLAY Obl 1 Vjb jL v6 SfJ fe 4DRY GOODS DRESS GOoDS V l 1 a i4 ci1lCLOThING CLOAKSrt sIiI tilf tJt1 t tfr CARPETS Et 1Jic SSi vif e cull yhul cepethaliinttcn ofiin oar 8tcak orbes ft f lrn1c in Novelties both ttlackanJ colored rouging an price from Ztt tt i12 Qr Xou be r Ire cnn suit11without lookIng further r Lti4rtfo r Cloak Department most cOlOy1ete omb1clyi 0iL tJ1 k iUflcs In Capes anti Jackets nod in all prts rftil W4 DRESS TRIMMJItG t I1The newest and best Trimming Dpparltaent in town t t tag un elegant line of Braids Pjissameutne Vejvet Qttd t Hosiery and thu1eiweari1fif1 iJ i f Our Hosiery Department consists of a full line af lIicikaiaJ 9lIif I tSJ ff Siool Cottons anti FleeceItned IItve black 3cuhired CaURRI Ierino arid Cashmere half he 5Ye ore selling a faihiriguhtit rlrf stocking for 12oi oilier houses ask 25 q tor same qunjfty Wen hlup lit Fleeceliuetl Fleece iivuv1 and Pliinribbetlijnderscnrf Men Women and Children Get war prices t fM CLOTHING iit J t ff We nre offVriiK Mens Chevict Sit It or S40 thatt l aii c o nits for f6OJj tliatan clieip nt 800 4 JICiS y baits for 8750 that isjarm cheep ut SllJiY loy All Wool Suits rOt 500 frI t j i 1 tGilds ftup i s iFull line of Meusnud hisysCr iff i i lIIOES11tfWe hise the MCI usuve sale f Drew ln k Co 15 VJi hoes Melmers Bptttnann tVCor Meiit ihhtitp rc n t = Jnltty Piirsnmutb Ohio Misses nnd thilrfcen IItue bFiou 1ier i i iItthreeno rrV u g 4 Ir itt t I tfVe tf1 t titataIlof Our ftlelJ will tiaIaniiv krt dvpi1iheSj r q 9 si tisflttIimihi yourself tu1yon ClIme repsrei1 to iLi yuc FJ f l lth us you will find uThily intbre8tlngiliilinnlyisigia1iii tiI1iiieof 1 i tAt Fan and Winter Goodsthaty r1a riot find fX2 I fi 1 tt fjICUNNINGHAM f tac VLir t jN N tZA J TYOMPSON s t 11 i J rTilFiflfix t SJ S f 1 3 J 1Ij lm f 1 UNDEiRTAKEFia Jt ii I 41I 1 AND EMBALMERS4J t AtrT r s ibOur equipment in the Undertakers and EipMi Ii t ifi1 1Caskets1rlF f c1idap J f test furnishe pompt1y We answercallsl atii J t1 night and guarantee Perfect Satiftfaction ll jjj = Iti 4 T1tA J h J i l t i I n GO t Ptit 1 WHY J + f I I Elsewhere to buy goods when youcati anus i money by patro Iizing homo uUTtbRft t tore able to give the public tIe P 1JIPRICES on I I ILfFIJRLIITUREt j We can duplicate chtyprice OP nnythj td f f1 our line A trial order is aJlwekJt to ilvince 3Op We wilt take pleture isihivth Jff1 yougoods avd quceteprlces hUtll f Cut1 l i f ito buy or rant I t toItl itJ= i1J I 1i5 T c FARMERS HOME HOTM 1 J tJOHN H D WITTwOUt otn Fteiitwn PRO5 t iDJ U1u tovir a f i J rProprieltcr iI lHOROUG liLY RENOVATED AND REFlJrIaED 1jI 1-ARGESTABLE AND WAGON YAKD IN CON FCTJO Wloii 1 IUATH POOL AND I ILLIAKD ROprf i iril i f7 4S t400 10 422 East Makct Strct l mIJBest One Dollar a Day Rouse in the CIIJ cr Stele LU1SYFSF 1TCT r t e 4 1fi 5 t Single Meals 25 CentsI i iZ n 3t fSf WOOL WOOL i fj ThIll tho bmark l aud oar rithooa h ua t IIhlp W 1t1TUces 01 Dmcuti JJe14Qs O JaTO beller tcmtle ou ltIOJiptman larpo betorlex to supply an lOt 011 tbo top 1rico and NY t w trade i6 travcliiig agents tbfp till wool awl narm preth HEIiNDONCJ i t si ito TIIIM S t ota13t 3iOiIIumroll Court 3QlJ fj t t tf r 1