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wly9ount7TreuuP1 i f APm4ailLD DIIOO JcRJadlttJWO Red City AttorY- 1 dUTlQV QQ1JTSJaitlceoouru aralieW in January April July and Ortober p iiJrrlulll D tura of TraIns iTt t2144 fr Ael p i 1Px rySpnngfle1 UI11 JaY L8O1gg 12 15 alleie r120 Boker 547 47 554 I I M troakoa13111 S7 Woodlawn 0082- 1t58ll 27 11Erlv TUflPS 6122 a1 I 49h1 III 1BerdBtAV11 0 b M I Ile 60 3NaerOth 0 30 8 oa 641 8 at21103IIU1SamltCIN 4a ij 21 10 nOl1tllvt1I 10 iQ IJ P Sl3 Ci1fl 4 Iii 1 l il i m f an OIIQ 2 1fn ninJ r ti iilf fI 4 fJrf 11 r 4 H t tlth 4C J Lt pftt l criiJt4Jv 1 A t ferfj q t 1 rI ry 1 1I I 4ct ie dsP r1Ia 4Qv THE NEWS LEADERCOUNTY Ey1n3aaryAM1 AFTER THfi BATTLE Mr Editor ThIs is the morn tug after the great battle of bal 10tsIt Jstq bel oped thatI every man who deserves to be a IIUevedof hiscountry Some are diJ appointed of coarse The ques tions at issue have been fully discussed and cussed and I sup pose as fairly as wa could expect in political discussions and every voter has had an oppor tunity to make up his uind and to vote as he thought besrIt IsI now the duty of every patriotic American citizen to submit quiet ly if not cheerfully to the will of the majority In no other way can we have peace and prosperiI tV and they are what we need now above all other things I know that party spirit has run high and that the passions of the people have been aioused as never before and I think unnecessarily so But now that the battluis over and the victory is woi by one party it Is our dutyI to old no resentment and to give our neighbors and friends the credit of beingas honest in their opinions as we are in ours We will find that our hopes and expectations have beeuJ raised to high in this campaign Neither party in the event of success can or will comply with onetenth part of the fine promises made by political down gogues ti venture the assertion that one third of thorn would be I ashamed to see their speeches fnC print and they would deny that they ever said such absurd nod silly things There has been more windy explodedpop guns l and more gas expended than would be required to supply the world with light and gentle breezes for the next generation if such stuff could be utilized for that purpose butt unfortunately it is fit for nothing but to deceive and mislead the people and and make confusion worse COQ l founded There is such a thing as poetical license which permits l the rules of grammar to be strained so that the rymtLe may come In and I suppose there is such a thing as political license which permits the stump speaker to draw on his tmagina ton so that tie truth might be kept back and the whacks per mlttedto come out I wonder howmauyof my readers ever thought of what expensive luxu ries these long mded speeches are ether in our court houses or legislative halls It is a very simple mathematical problem All you have to do Is to find out the cost for one day and divide that sum by the time consumed and you will be surprised to find what a sum they cost tbe taxpayers of this goverment The wor3t place for it to break outtIs In our congress It would seem that we pick Qut our worst blatherskites and wind bags to represents and there it does less gp5d than anywhere olse if there is nov good Int anywhere iI think that we common people haVe had enough oratory of i every grade under the Sun to do us for four years at least I think the thinestfake and canard of this whole campaign was that Presley and Judge Patrick affair in last weeks Lebanon En terpruo That Presley man must be an inmate of some luna tic asylum if he did write such a letter as that JNO H MdNTIRE Loretto Ky ccThe Ideal Pabaee JtOgcovpryna an Ideal Panacea for Conph 8ClIgnfld 1unirCompIa1nte having used It In my family for the last fivoyears to the exclusion of physicians prescrio lions or other preparations Rev John Bnrgns Keokuk lows IWrttC8UI b boonnMInIsfer qfthe FftP tr ptHnplt rhPnh roxio years PFlilOrg MA lW0 novflr fppnd any WflS JBlWP8flP8Vw W gzwp m9 such Pd rr Ptdtina NowIUsov it r tSe41 t t h Ileindvt- O7 rrsi ltIi fldo t Jjj 1t A Talnaole Prescription Editor Morrlson of Wpribtngton mc IRnuwntCfSYon have a valuable prescription in Electric Bitters Dud I can cheerfully recommend It for Con siipatlon and Sick Headache and as a general system tonic It hai no equal Jl8UruVOInot eat or digest fuod had v backache which never loft herand dolt tiredand weary but six bottle of Electric nittera restored her health and renewed her strength Prlwa 50o and 1100 Get a bottle at Ifavdon it Robert Drug- Store Bryans Endurance Bryan will go down in history the most extraordinary man that over ran for the Presidency His physical endurance has been the pride of his followers and the won der an4 amazement of his opponents The source of his strength has been a mysterj Since his nomination he ha traveled more than twenty thousand miter made hundreds of speeches and passed through many trying ordeals and yet he closed his campaign in tbe full vigor of his manhood lie had been unused to the hardships of continued travel with its attendant changes cit food and cookery water etc lie had been accustomed to regular hours at home with the fullamount of sleep that nature demands and without which it if impossible to be in perfect health and he had not been nardened by preliminary spending for the trialr to which he put his vocal organs It was not unnaturaf then when he began h3 most remarkable mile a minute campaign speaking at all hours of the day and night in the open air ono hour and in a poorly ventilaied l overcrowded hall the next that the Republican niana gore ehjok their heads and predicted that hu would be a wreck in less than a month But they were mistaken Bryan not only kept the killing pace but became more vi gornus and tireless an the days plO grreaed and hia strength remained with him Ills indiyidunlity more than anythfng else was the main spring of his campaign anti to him alono is due most of the cicdit rr his marvelous filit It iii said that Ills habits yf temperence and right living since the dnys of his early youth fitted him for the tests im posed npoa him If this be true and tbero can he little doubt of it the young men of the country should profit by the example Danville Advocate No Humbug Poloyri Honey and Tar dors not claim to perform miracles It does not claim to cure all Guys of consumption and and twlhnw Rut It does claim to give comfort and roller In advanced stages of these diseases and to usually euro narly stages It Is corw Inly worth trying by those afflicted or threatened with theso dread diseases Huydon t Robertson IfYon Want A Wife The Re7 Charles 11 Farkhtirst D Drditousses hThe Young Man and Marriace in the Ladies Home Journal 4Marriage to a certain degree he says a young man o Ibok upon from a utilitarian itandpoint A good wife is so much capital ahe makog him to be by i kind of race a great deal more than ho is by nature She contri butes the qualities needed in order to convert his vigor into a sate as won as productive efficiency She intioduocs for instance into his intellectual nature that ingredient of sentiment which intellect re quires in order to be able to do its best work lira Vt and brain need to conspire in order to the attalr mont of the true and without oar irg to assort that min is heat tiess any more than I should with to 88I sumo that woman is by nature brainless yet heart in its way lto lust as precious as brain in its way an d TCtroan lUll as the Jis untainted hy the passion of wanting to be a man will bo that member of the connubial coryoration that wil1 In particular contribute to ihoonpi tal stock its efleotional element Some women may resent this but 1 would like to caution young men against cherishing matrimonial de signs upon any woman who is Jike ly to resent it If what you want is a wife odd not merely a housekeeper you must keep your eye well open for a arm bundle of femininity that will bo to you in a lpersjiinalwaywliit the JBre on tho UaariJt tayoa m LijiGley t tUff rttuj t itw4- t 0keep the stiffness out of your thitlJ ing the frost out ot your feeling and the general machinery of your life in a condition of pleasurable activttyY How the Dipper Saved the Farm Father was atcx and the mortage on the arm was coming due I saw in the Chris tan Advocate where Miss A M Fritz o Station A tit Louis Mo would send n sample combination dipper for eighteen cent stamps cud I orderdd one Lean dipper conld bo used u n fruit Jar flier plain dipper fine strainer fennel stralng funnel tick room warming pan and a pint measure These eight different uses make tbe dipper such a necessary article that I vr nt t work with it nod it soils at very year Ovary house and In fourmonths I paid bX tbe mortgage I think I can clear as much as 1200 a month If you need work yon can do well by giving this a trial Miss A1t Fritz Station A 8L Lonls Mo will end sample for eighteen 2 cent stamps write at once JouS 0 N WITH OUR FARMERS NoUcesstock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this Umn razz or CHIBOB Farmers are quested to send in stock or crop items for publication a be local hog market is going up- r trTobacco has corns in caie and farmr are buy etrIpIrf i i r Robert Bnuo who is 72 ycrs Q1d recently drove Star Kirk brother of MajoRca 25 amile to a wagon In 216 34 and the same day drove BI frida a mile at the same hitch In 214 84 t ttT- he grain movement in the West is so large that the Burlington bfflciels say they can Use 1000 toNi200 more cars than they have and the Itock Island can use 000 cars more daily 11 The second payment of ten dollars on tbe Matron Fntarlty Stake qf the Loulb villa Driving and Fair Awocfa tion on etch and every entry yill be due on Tuesday December 1 1896 + t Brnaway horses a o unknown in Russia No one drives there without having a tbtn corJ with a running nooao aronn I th J neck of the animaL When the horse bolts the cord in pulled and the horse stops as soon as ho feels the press uio on his windpipe fitAn aged Missouri farmer declares that the coming winter will bo unusually severe for says he When a mule hollers a geat deal it Is a sure sign and they have been hollering most of the time lately He proba blv bases his belief on tbe old adage which baa It when the donkey blows his horn tis time to houso yorr hy and corn t I J The Chicago market Is at presdnt short about 100000 catUo from the range compared with the receipts of the last year This shortage is at tributed largely totbe foot that ranch men have found It impossible to restock except at prices that threaten to leave Uttle or no margin of profit and hence prefer to hold their present hdrds on the grass another Itt yearI coun11trywooljQroW8lJ1 Ibs or 118284 670 scored Montana lords In this years production yield- Ing 21 539013 Ibs Oregon cornea next with 19889 978 r California 19 179 750 Texas 18927955 Ohio 13 925403 New Mexico 12339347 Utah 11415096 Wyoming 10S8134 Mich- Igan 0112076 Colorado 8949018 Idaho 7300515 Arizona 2170272a Washington 6125001 S Hows This Wo otTer Ono Hundred Dollars reward for any case of catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ OH EKKY it CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last fifteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in aU business transactions and financially ablotoj carry out any obligations made bv West their i ttrmIIWaldlng Kinnnn Marvin Wholesale Druggists Till edo 0 qnllji Catarrh Carols taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of The system Testi monlnls sent free Price 75o a bottle Sold by all druggists Qeo Ii Allen Clear Spring Ky write that ho tn confident Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve saved his eyes from going out It U tho grandest remedy un Mrth for any and all kinds of sort oyes granulated lids etc Fir sale by flay dgn tt Robertson Druggists Tho only permanent euro for chronic catarrh is to thoroughly oxpcl the poison from the system by thfl faithfufand por instant use of Ayorfl anraajxirHb This wtli 1sfitTcm wh Ia IoItji ti- j t r to t j Ir j If you want to withsund tho evi effects of tho coming winters chilly blasts the best precaution is to put your unya and bronchial tnbes in a healthy md robust condition by the uso of Dr Ofllls Plus Tar Honey It promates the tree circulation of blood and gives vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Where catarrh of the throat oa headiir any pulmonary ullmobm exist it in nee jjsary in order to overcome these die rcssing and and ve 0cening maladies to teed and strengthen the Inactive tune tiqnp and there Is nothing that dOes tbU to thoroughly as docs Dr Bells Pino InrIIimoy It Is a tissue builder thiouRb the i ro oss dWroo and health ful circulation of tbo blood By its use the system w rendered lw susceptible to coughs and colds and for tbelr curt there Is nothing that oqnols tup genuine Dr Balls PlneTnrHopey mado by TIlt E E Sutherland Medicine Co and sold by llaydon tt Robertson CORRESPONDENCE FREDERIQKTOWN Prom Oar 8peeLsraspoddenr Thougheven lovalob Kentucky always true to her colos heretofore has lor the first time trailed her banner in the dust yet this pro cincttite are glad to say cameout for Bryaa and humanity by the handsome majority of 126 In the hearia of old Ercderickoburgs nans lies that true noDility which hap made Kerfucky a State among States Woufd that jsome power cpuld havd been brought to bear to have held all the rest true to th irtr92t 3be election passed cfE quietly the abience of whisky plainly showing that it W Jthe disturbing element Theecho jr d1urbe118 eeema never cp tastj Misg taria tiagah bas removed to Mrs Co npr8 house in the west end No sun fans as vet been able ILCidOjUSt what it is but suffice iis toMyitfs quite an ornament to the town lLr G SlvShatinty nttqn4eIthef- uneral of Mrs Cosby in Bardatown on Friday Mrs Kate Williams spent SUQ day at home ofiumbecwhich will be for sale p You Tiaut Afford to Chance It A heavy cold may load to pneumonia or consnniption Foleya loney and Tar taken ln time affords perfect security from serious results ilaydon it Rob e leon I ToLivaACeutnry It in possible for a woman to so regulate her life Nowadays that she may eacily live tobe l00ellrd old It depends very largely on what is eaten after tbe ago of thirty years is reached lhe first thing to ao is to avoid food that contains limelike proper ties Forswear table dhote din flora and live strictly according to the rules of health Eat fruit of all yarietie ihuit contains a large amount of IIcitland this neutralizes tbe effect ot those elev ments which make old age creep fast upon us The next thing to avoid is bread It is queer that just the thing the world eats more of is in a great degree contributory to shortness of human existence but medical science declares this to be a fact So we must cutVead off the bill of fare altogether t Not long ago a German discov erect that all you had to do in order to live forever was to oat a suffi ciency of lemons There was only one objection to the plan but that was fatal You had to eat daily ono lemon fot each Sevan years of your age When therefore you arrived the second or third cen tury your length of life would be of very little use to you for it would take all your time to eat the pre soribed quantity of lemons But if you must bo careful of what you eat you must also be doubly digpreat about what you drink In the Alps and in the Py roofless there is a race of people where boys become old men at 15 and die of old age at 80 all because they drink lime water That long lived race of peoples the Chinese drink only rain water if they can possibly obtain ilL It might seem a simple matter to keep lime out uf the Bysterai Lot htiv you coftw tv ejjnniioa ihj fl1ittgr tfcztitia jtn t 7 e 4 contains lime All vegetables gather it from the earth The cows and the sheep get lime from the vegetables and man gets it fromI both Of course there are tides of diet that are freer from lime than others and if these onlv ire chosen toe something can bo done about lengthening the ordi nary span of life Onions the doctors say ate ad mitable youth preservers and next to them comes the great ffood of the eastern races lentils Ri cta comes a little way behind Then follow eggS and pork After these come the different vegetables and then veal mutton beef and fowls How to Prevent A Coldt After an take a dose of Foleva Honey and Tar It nayer Tails Hay don AARolxutson Moyinnt of SeatowS Young wild ducks are so light and active that tboy eeom able to nut on the surface of tbe waibr It la hard ly a oR8inaterboo1mnn JuttheyA short distance with Ibair feet on the water and thewbolo cdt tbefr body on of it In catching Insects on tho water they rival tbodoztexi ty of a young partrldga on an anthill There la very little doubt also that like young flab they Hire largo ly on the microscopic moStraca which come as a kind Of naanna ln the wilderness to all aquatic croa tnres Young coots water bons water rails grebes and swans are almost aa clover as the young wild ducks when in their downy youth Later when nearyfiocgodaud oven when able to fly they are much ksa adroit They lose their clovernert together with ibq beauty of baby t1lpidhalflledCod their nerve go amiss In artsof Iceland the line of flight of the young swans is zed by the natives who emble and when the flocks pus over yell about and scream at the birds The young swans become pjcrfectly muddled and many of thorn simply close their win s leave oft flying ad drop to tbo ground whan they are caught London Spectator Protection For fiafea- WhIle there may be acme plausi ble prefoxt lof eting traps for mis chievous persons and animals there can be littleurged in favbrof this praotico wh ai any number of Indlvidualzbayq apeees to tile place in which the traps re placed Aft inventor has brought out a device by means of Whicb when a safe doorisopened haaunqr fails anti a jlass ve ail oontainfBfc poinono- cbongcat51a broken The fnmea Of the drug oithor sjppefyof kill the burglar Thi Is all very wall if no one but tho burglar over went thcsnv but should some interested person attempt to open tho safe be might forgot that the trap was plaoed and bo suffocated by the vapor ot the obemicals Saoh davicos involve too much risk to tbo innocent evoc to become popular New York Ledger Goya tbo Xfelate- rProndaoo de Goya jr Imoientos born in 1748 was only ah agricultural laborers sbi but his predisposition for art manifested itself at an early- ago and row so markedly that it procured him exemption from the just nentduoto tho rash ex cesses of an nngovprnablar and tar bulent youth jHo was dissipated but anergotioand it was startling tosoo as a bnliflghter tho same gallant who had strummbd and sung sickly 1eritBI airs to1 the guitar Overnight If he was witty neTher Eitea Jib defended bis sallies like aa AlexanderTall pbwejf al ho exooDod as a buxom wrestler fencer and kJitto i11billedi11 left three antagonists senseless on the pavement But all was forgiven to the great artist and hb was ac knowledged equal tohis grOt conn tryman Vela Him he bad Mktm for his model saying Na mr Volasqnea and Bembfnudt are my masters Painter etcher gyro nasthe bid fair to make credible tbeiogends oAtho modiaoval uniyer saT goninjjc Art Amatour WuianWi UMIl I bad known bow sarcastic you were J never would Have mar tied you She Yon bad a obaaco o aotice it Didn tlsay This is 8sudden when you proposed to mo after a two yean courtship Cincinnati Enquirer Boiontista who have studied the weather in connection with the- olmogesof the moon says the jiaarcr the now moon comes to midnight tho fairer Iho eatbcfortkeeanIpq- waniava ttJtuft jttti A A r T1TI t sstftf r t TiiK GW nTakTtY AtrER litfjtP i ktneo i100 Yl1r r fJ t WASHINGTON exposoreopwhonyoafollnc- ohtcomlngon r DYNMITING THfe DOG 71 A KcmrJuOil T Ile akwiAppei t IJPJaIawAi iiiSfUund Oibt11htithvn n hotels the 1 clerk pointed out fq lfifthllnw gnlar oyof 18op 19 lolling all over r a chair In J oi1t fa window ooml mBndil 4 vie of he vQnut and apparoxtly having n flrst rate time rto be go far mrajf from homo Tha olork tootho roppr rar over to the bpynfterarnint8ortwoaodlatroucdhIznwith t reporter wanted to know about that fish 1Wo1Jvaanti inuqbof stot7a 1 was a dog Moryand Ikrw1eatao1 muobndog stc y after Iwasl- 1ca it tfas xyben wo first took thet dog out Uhus Mon wg it arts thIawayPpurorflvufsongfelor and wo took a dog along owaaai sloe iiltla log that jrna so food ol watof that people swore bed Bever boon rahpd in 1entnoky bItJs vrai He aiay4 gani onghttok- now We waa ftabln ink poadTasd after about thZihQnr1Jf it w didnt git a ameltirifcoh losaii bIteL and Bog gbodypocaq along a Mlaaidt the way to fisha tOad van with dynaaito rv J AUwsdod9wsso shIs t cartridge t1Ic Jipr blow wj aitd wed bays fkn to carry iowej on a freight train rosa tM ioH Was a railroad feaad aad ima work in dQwn thoroad abpvi ft Mill and j ifwedgqdown there we opvM get j for half a doUar eao9gb to hoe4rall the fi b in ttio county Me and to other feller w t along 1tJKm and lboy flxod np a oartxidgf tied to a fiosten4 all we had to flfc wasvto rlight jfae fuse sling Um 4poad and ran like the devil TttrtyMi mjto would do the rest W ile rover 4be alf dollar V boogb iakxiwjk tqback la tIIe jwW wiwr waswaitia i Thea we fblleni bseMoiwe forgot tbe dog Md prs at I ataif in tbe oartrklge awl tat float side- gbegfteiye2pufjoaa4bsag I he went in after it Bgotitos1 and started for ahora with it tkoagh r we fired rooks at Waa and bowl4- our Inngs oat to awilra bins IMU1 y Thats the kind of a dog Jewaa Be Dover did inow what to let go waa WA we aeen ro couldnt lay around tbere1wo went arwkoqjj in anti the dog oape af to as drag gin the dynamite it waaiit heavy and catohhi np witH va at 0pmfloaan hour fCol SB6waafrlskIn his tail aad yelp in pleaeod most io death sad we was gettin acareder for we kHWr that stuff was goin oil preltyf p azdwbenit4M tboreyagI te boheaYthRnc3eL 1dcmtksow- what bat b4gppietl If IiI hadnt abenfora enOt wiOver The slog ooaldnt UI a t through tits oraoka and whflif t waadragginM It and barkiafltve kill that cartridge went off right ay his nose and when wa got Irfeet ftga m at thOfoot th WH we J ecmldnt ae4 anything of dog aer floater oratfonr panels ml fence They all wet together aa4 wcr felt ao thankful when we ptebe4 onrsolvai up that we orgaoJaei a prayer tapptin right there MMi ewc byznnWasldngtou Starr r Lucy Zaee a4 wiie Miss Larcom had absoiate dtaipHe ity of manner I never aaw la w trAce of eitber eeibarnias eat or elaboration muohleaof aaTeolatieau Sbo waa afewtberlylqoking w JL strangor Jalgbt havpeeaecI Mr to bo in tho prooeaa ot patting II8t eral boys through oollegeaad not i V the least worried abpjat tfielr AeMa anti norcr nagging tketa ota their orapos This caso of ii tizrb aoBMtiB ea Wtt ton little drcern1sesaoabeaeaLp- ractboul l J attefitiatf of whiek fcer Irtoids were Jaayhingljr Mid 1loTiac aware ThsaIsaMorysod1a riao that she took with Mr Whittier cannot HOW woall it im hla vre cEss words Tie hill was assp iafr Whittieri waa drivtegr Ttoe koree4 was gay The Joaartfcr lady al side aleIaw811 sot Bgat IeLaroom was talking aad ate taifce oo I think the SBbjeet was the Ufa 50 cothe AtaUv lt waa aesa t abstract Uww iravt aadklfK TIM ibbrao gAW ihirmlj TIM Wgvr ti lurched and rolW WW4tar Ited she TfiIlJl valIstly aMte4p1SI i a poea1blsaoot1iitaadesMdiq W i brifgoa th emergMioy JJxp t Miked ok MTMMly The h iM ttreat M4 kr bfMk The JMH bbWd The7 km C8 IAa uinMersared 0LuoyldeMMlsLyt IfUItM Ia1Wu tQUfItM tJaI ben l sad iWh iiS heaven before the t61E1f1abi et Ps laM Mocnrei- j J1rter6 df- Ii tn tin tl w- 1b 1n t Q t i t e 0 iI A r1 = I p 7 11A w 1fWY Tr r I 2 r fHE NEWLEADEf 11g EVLEADER i thUJSDVE L DAVISON OR SINCE the election we hear fepoiilsJjxim all parta of the Oonntry giving Indications of a general reyyaI of business and Enterprise Fsfctpries are Being Started indnstrjtea rB mPvl ahead and financial authorities ta4fLUelfig s jie roSuTfr 61 Mqlpnley s election r4C J stmply cLuQ to the fact tnafc ml utfcartalntjr as to the futelre flnIj1 jplioy khjs goven s W ar inclinect td 1iTkibbth aWespfisW1 J that has opened Jact6lie iBnd SalcjwjBJlrufeaio Cartel vtp circulate iu tbe Hinnelsof fcdmmerte Itiitbe tpasIe411 arsappoinlmerii4fa r a4e4o j1te t d be p 1ins-a hi Bryan 5 fsbs apfcopgratnlatlbn t0 id cJearyex e rr fi b am submited issie to e MricanpOoptc ldti44 tzna 4row io1 TouredihrsRratI t kcinfl pcau e tbe4ctie4nirqsle ixfntbfdtta1 antl iu ira44employnieniiol labpr 4nd it as tIidntyhL r7i ppp1 dbh4ve i thc tStIp JjeIii tptio as i igi d tos v4v-Ir Yt TBvot f fY4Qf tbqisne1obonds ich 31TEiresDWot the Itd 4tr h qaestiqn at OJB electioii ghef etf majority of 6pOTjtI3i- Oirl S i 1l ALa 5t aa orf4 ssT 1On4 vaS f1 voter were rOstered1 n fjvor of thoisqQ As th4dii 1s4 q 1erLQWst pd the tnpib fohlpanies are thildaerstf Tfi r Ir cAJy1oadsbaye been irradoree C 74Jegii1mevertbeIessttbey ar o ttrve14 popo 9 ry ghthmbu the iurtfpilfew d I wsr J5 eU i dsttiurooroti1y s frA jpj odFLiwscd to paying ior a pnyilege Ia 4iIFPgL ppkp pomp nhaarethetJ1Lihei I Ihfcir tpHi atea again abdv de i mate MrWtW fs f iiefr tpadftjknd ttttt thB isk o haVlJQg iheoiytdfii dowo affajrj the i to TSV tro i T c piQtecting the 1JatkdNdM r cmjit skqs unreasoD ble ththoy shn rerpThuD parJfl nfn rrih7icin onto ji uiy aresibib1o-4 U6nsIdr + kin 4o 9V r tha1rsionyafiU SVi Senator ntd a Sy Mfl IJf1f1tt1t1et2ce IYrante M tL34f1Q g- 11lhWhod Is p a1et ntr s 14 U t ts k I fecstugoiistn totiBradleyj itif iisr f thought tbat shpqdjpije Gave rgtier tryfor thpriiiav Runter- g ssu3i d thercwiIi S I 43u vi v L lv v1lv ei5 other factibnalmght in the party Joe Blackburn with an nye on e gUvernors chair for himsell in 2fthecess Itis said willfavpr ttfe lat te tvrtlxatjali extra sss nottheleg iislature will be called by he goverpor tp declde the senator f t i ship BfcviLAii contests rare ai nourfced by caljaidptes in Zen cky Jr JIuzite will ptqaPbly conltestithe elecUonof fad it israniKHtnced Wat the veleotlon6f E n1arn Vtugh iii the Ninttf itefctucky Congress tonat district wllj be cpnieste b y his silver pemocratiCioppoU neulv Wt Lartis Thomas J J Soule8mfltifillyer Deihobrai VilltVijlQonfestthe egislaitije9seaV flf jj Ff JplV I RnblfcaatBerreS sBdtalive elect Jrom tho citytf 1 extnqr r t t re 1J tbatthio cou iy RepIi1jaw have much ttrleerprotni of A firQgjCOUUtV aniSww v pnbltqan tby aq increased iniajQrr ityjfor Hon JAhri WireTwW d PQ4WO McL Republlban Jlartf i giilt th Oh1b fos41 t4t QUh4I Wash1jgtoz Th aPrihb C1e1bdbi jt 2r3r Pt4reca ll an extra session o 4sW t jna 1jnitO e abandtcboa11rhi 4Grv11dtdkuiQrcUnt LWord 9q JrQne bits any Tnqdk no oq oart Jo IjaL tLeI2Iv1naI jzriIli2t6 nctt4IZ 1UIKCrti oro ttiip pp- r1ltZRI UjeveS thr Letter Take Ayerfi fberry pd torui J v farm ofraqrus t bansqiK 45 4Qr coir bwjieatji4 jnta 100 acrc8 gtodrhiur eesii w ood itlifIY6ffiIFlijuiLi btidtI Ttn Lr t Spgqdmiq-non fjrm otRJ I M EIiiyaFor n1nflreJfQr bhs nnd1iaI tu ko m dTcct uiiclj o JilL F5m 11ia tuthmndr It i1I it Ijii aLrii Cirih Torisona Vbo roj uD Ject to bilious coHtxtcau jyaru off the x7no4yew- qtyjptowappearh fox4lij y t1 aydo ttRubortrcDrugat andIndIgettIon- ie 0 otTp o s ji Ittp4emnLJBewbc I5Osbnr yeIiknown podnock U W MIchyj troubled wUh wrno back lb u pprsuad9d tprusn- alnqhambOrlalpp Balm lljpiyg hlin Iiofin ono Ilit Th1s enoy isn itinu fbr4te cnjrflflirbdumatbjri For sal6 by Havdon STilo borlsdnprtigglats S1z ii p Mk 4IiEOA8k-0LvoJrQn T4t ta A uggms jelun tpfmoue- curo ft 250 V Oct ai I at airusr fprlfi5 wJlhn4th glands ir tbvjacj1 wJsaqrqIrncv31 best precw1ttw t v v j Tho throorycajxjld boy4f f A John sonpf tiynnVj nibrlJIU is Bubjipt fo to JObJHPOJ F41Y- Iatts1edIs tfra1th tim ty u Cf than berlafna Cough Remedy durlng a sovero attack avedlilMiUtfdl Vlln IJe lu the drug b uslnesH a moinbor of the tmpTJOnI Xqftat pnCPdn- patmt JIi- dthr lioat4 i fiidttUtbcseto chose fromt and rfklfieS yJ1L11a ittb epMi1 blUI1 buttSlncted tbWr modVfdntsdltt his ri iatailyatii tfrth Hjjf Ills chtldh Hfewn liHdahgei becajlso fie know It to bd guporloa to any other nHdfahioti lift country over for llff cures of orpnp MriTpjint 6n8av tBVlsthe bcstisolirng prpi pjn kHcirio ludy hSftdToJuml iljatit tyasi aplcridia wtlklfrtctWa frf all 5aJe oM by Hayaon r ItobortsoD Drtig tt t ck utIrIFjyeSa1ve Cure SI Tbo New IlooJUSpooii Free to Alll- J read In the Christian Standard thUaMlia A il Fritz Station A St LonljMo would give an elegant plated book spoon anyone BcidInK ner teu3 ntistamps 1 nt fur ono ad found Itso uscsul that I i Ohowad Aoiixp spopn is a honsehold necessity it can- iCot slip intp the dish or coofelag vesafilric JbeljigJeldJnitsj iacebywa hook on the ck This 8pooIi omothhi that hque 1 eers tvo4pc eyeD si1 opoo Were Invented Aiiyone can get a aaiaple spoon by sending ton 3 cent stamps tpMiaa Fritz tlila is a splcdld way tto make money ar tIouudbonu ubiioSalei AND RENT1L1c lcCAspi lo1t1iof Gr ft Srarks deceasedl will ofi resrPliurday Nor 12 96 otii thfaraifkiioirnia the Elr Htfm Jhroy gllcojbn the beutjWatCr8 o r 1tuteLandngoithW QudlaWfl and MaudturnDlkoroa I th ineFour large work raulps ami bar Js n Qt j lU jv I J ii 1ra crib log wagon Twenty horse pow st clues condition logging outfitIIt rrdAll8uras f 810 and Under loash in ba 1tuLmonths time with interest from date except the saw mill trhiohv will be sixandwe1votnonthstimi r interest from dateff Purchaa Ata will the Tequifeduto fcivo totid withflpprotedsecurity payable in bl nk 1r thOsme tirni aIj1ac p w lyi1Irenth1Uderor eTTaoVohhVfbKmpneyji nt the rarm cbntaining coont 5 c erre0tir 5s for fcornandtobacco nerfe i amTile JJarnTOom fdVBOcr br deaceoood dwelling fine gnrdenand obt buildings nndi lentyof water etc Ppsaebsion given March 10v 5897 XE 4Jaijpayable in bank on the firit day of JJwch iiaJ2 svj1bcgin at i9c t1 4lJscfl Bucfclehs ArnfcaSaiye rlo boat halve In the world for CtitPj Brulsfs Sores ulcers Ulcprs SallEiio nnm FoTcrsQltssjOJoUer tliapped bmds corns and nil kn rnptlons ndpos1Uv1y cur s Ellus pr no pay fcqufrod it1is guaranteed to givqpor Tdct sitfsfiictinii or money refunded Hrtee 25 cents pet box at hayden Uob ctlaon8 Drug Btoto tTejit P t tJortit J ossorjQ0 i eorBesoDipf tho Kaapfo M3btatecxpjiaoat tatfoiTOy8 Tljat jfheat doca deteriornfe fa the course y he under the care that the averaglu aroier gives Ills crop I tbink must bo conctedod The yield bocoiricg tho gfdin of an inferior qnalily and tho rnrs compjaia that tboproporUon of e fltODUI lob large IVonxwbatt emotion it Would bo inoat deairnblo tInoare Qcbaijg pt spifd cannot ba3pd positively In our cir liCJOintrthSatlon we bdvci as a general fl ujii had the Lest fcsnlts from LtW BirifJu in atont tbo came latltnde tqthe e tnaEtwarcTotsyielding yaribtica camp fronf Virginia M iflau and Ohio AvarbtyOf tnlp lioj jmerit produced only by Bolcctlou Jndpalturo iinclIoF urn most fftvorablo condjtToBs can maintain its onpsriority only vrben grown aid aolontcd with Ibii some care wJkb produced it Qat Ifarinerfldp nc4 give their wheat that cdrb ind culture aud tho iegitimato rcthlalfcia that i tihns t ot The toain ctu8b i of aeteroratlp fheu i under the ec t Ifrolau6irnkeAcWtitCTrin Farm nnd Homr tellS a bout nadortakea bri1uctbongobf Wool Tbolbdicatioua from this vcstifeat joii aro that iFiisr early clijH pcd medinm vobl fjwell dpt flock froo from dirt and stored in gpod quarters will not shrInk fa weight to AnyvvappredlablOi cstcnt Vdthia A year rndate of ahpg ccPat a 1II Of nbstaut1a1Iytbqum k hdwIIt thdz tlur amc trentmn of Ira rigin I fa eight within A year It is probable Iti vcrpaay wool wiJ shrink li couRfderablyrSoreHhahtfiis Wopldeal th erp state thad they oanlbarcr handle hi kird of wool4 Jn bo eavly part of tl e Eoatwn vcutout sustaining be yy Jof w Igh flofore dOclditikto h1q ii eUto fake d kind aud condition of bovolip and alISta cnlate the probable loss from shrink o nl COMMOI4SYICS ql Cu1fnt tatoInier buri of trc f the1ur1faraI1y ain1bmtd bT dIxt ua1itbareVgrmviiin GeTmahyJ y JTBBf ordinary redr pepper haV long beeft nied a ft modjcjiajp it j The leayes aud thei bark vof the nntmcg treq are said to have tho fcar grance Ofihti setid J The aniso seed plafat gVotfaijixnitanA theCinthion W35 brought tdiGrcecavanfl B6uiebelforq the ttiae cf Christ by Arabian morchnnts v Et CORN FObDER uarZsad Shroddlnc In Ohio In th Prairie Rtatwu Tho lKuflingvof xqrn fodder i JargoV practiced byth6 farmeia cf easternJ io whocbayo cptbcen nblq 4q employ customa iOTsstwndingi an TlibBhoribay of last Bumrifof compelled tb farmors of Ohio to practice the utmost 1car e anti eooiouin banIlIng the oo- nvcriuoreretO tbtido thofr cir or tbo winter and but for thia huH banding of provender much Buffering and loss would Inevitably have taker hia enforced economy fias aught ttio yaluoof corn fpdder in snob plain iind practical way Ihit a jfccohd Ron will Bcarcely bo neWefl Iu praifio statoa he best croV short meadows ia unques tionably coralodder and the best way to of iandderaJpstownpnbjecforexnst SOt afihredder can Dejobtainediun ubtedJT tho most profitable way- ndlofdder fo la to shred and etoro it awayin IbArqi or sheds An Ohio cot pondent of Plrairio fanner who b h licTeatbatau acrrt ofgpod cornfoddw fihredded iscquii tn food vatatf b tit touaof timothy llay tella ihoilezt tdtdispositionl i to blake offodder where roddors atmot iaaa1nflabofl cvseanapTvss Draw1 tho foddor tbth bam imme fdiatsly ftcrUmsklnu and tftoro awayfoV winter ooiis imptioa The plan wo havo adopted is simply piece ha bundles temporary shoobs after the corn I bunked npd afrtbo first favorable oppor tunity that is when th6 fodder ft th r ppist uofc wet and tho weather drydraw it immediately to the barns or shed AuoVatoTO jt wpypnuah tra yofa Trpdidjniqv grain ti tho f6 Io15hvt captbe packed in rows jiorizQUtal without itaoldlDgT Damp fodder bobct upon end in order thut the maycjrcnlato through the bundlesl possible avoid hailing it when dry andjcrispi as the losdfrom breaking will be very serious If protracted jdry weather prevails the xork should be deferred pthciwisojthpbnndjreol fort der should be sprinkled with water in the evening and loused early ia th4 Corning before the mpiqturaevuporfttei Thia was the plan pcrqnod by many Ohio farmers during tbo drought cf 18 0441 Tho ueation may o asked Does it pay And I answer nuiicsit iug Yes Aside from the comfort fcnd jyjcieqpq in feeding th foodvaluoof ntored- sporUjBtoycr l is nt IpaatjSC par penfc e eut lhaii that which has bleached oriQt jted by months of cxposuro to wind and choosybetweenr I would quickly decider iir favor ob f suaoca1y CL loss 4but corii odder aust bo honpd iia ordir foniaintaiaits full value If an ordinary farm wagon is used to draw oiod41ts capacity may bo incfea bylpngtheniDgtbeconpliug polo and coa tructjngyftlqy rigging or Jadder up a hich to carry the fodder pw whMU would cddreatjy to 116 cou vonicjico bf escli a conveyance Uiab JIUtfW tjbarb pjnntamaywoaajelysat toth in faIl and Bpriug bnt if fait act tho crowns fehould bo well covered with earth to prefvcctlieaviag and cipcfraro bf thoTCOttfdnriug winter for rfinbarb though a very hardyplanV vill tot on durp rapid alterations of freezing nud thawing wheii ftrppeed to tho air and in therefore not well adapted for vory moiateoild itt a cold climate What to wanted Ia rhubarb culture i3 an early rapid and vigorous leaf growth with tha accompanying largo and juicy Ipof Btaika Pural New Corker tells that hero is Jicthing better than fJao taxi application of fermendug hors manmt this parpoeo liotr Jloniedj Tor ChJefcoa LIce At the Arkansas station they are us g new mixfarq for the e tcrmiuat tion of liro on fowls and animals Ithas boon named kerbscpe ezfraot bTpp thruzn Ono and a balf gallons kerosenbj pjthn3git yellow oily extract Dicsolvd OUtd of soip in a galloja of the extract and churn till thoroughly emulsified he Tising mix a pint of thiscmul sionNTifli4 pints of water This mi ropcrtiesofborosehb and pyrethrum and ia cheaper and more couvcnieut thniKplther nct1a1 5 ci Tim wsoutial pqiuts In building si lotv aa summed up in a baiKtin pa silos ia sued iroto the low Vork station are To have the wall tight cnoughto px elude air frbnl the contente to bavq o walls nOt only strong but rigII to avo sufficient deptu30fcet or more possible There shonld bo ndt mar lhau about flvo Eqnnror feet of folding rfnce iu thp die for uacz cow Tho Iqrgcr the silo the cheaper the etorpgo for oncli ton of eilage Tho larger thp etd the more cheaply can eilogij be nupplifd to cadh ariimal Od J reds Tho hay crop ever tbo Paciflo elope ia reported as ono of the largest ever cut Dear in bind thBfact flint loan bogs must bo fnrnUbod to meet a growiug do mad jeldj prratiodtfhad nllowed There were 105 farmers iusjitntcp hold fa Wisconsin last winter The a4YaBtageaof spraying hnjfl been J apparent in dtah that ihpjpgjsja re provided for county iind fltate iji epcchoh teutf miiliea it obIIgnty5npa 9frnltowersIrrigafiOnwill double the production melon and pucumber vines if ju i ciously applied ppfssor3oentgwiLfdbbOZO of lb a Tuing upon him fnrLiaWor burg boroo and the university students orgnnireda grapd torcbiigbtiprocc6al u hropghvhe bl beam to congrqtulatoth 0inProlossor pa bfo wondorful diecpyoryi Sir Douglas Straight who replaces Hcpry Cuat as editor of Mr Astora lf MairGaiette1 yas calleil to thq r as long ago as 805 Afterward he baino juBtico at All ababnd British India Ho relnrued to London in I8dl with na enviable roputcticu aafla peu IL s ilaflB iITM Cr Ifua can g yout Cothir Ppert rt v NEWS F0R ONR YEAR r J iid pritI i a f 1 4s 1r b Features Ne Dros 1 7 tza p55 f7f Ll i t Ip 1E 6 t t utJl Spicy r Origillal 1lildopdilddilt HS H1 Arid anjiidespehslbre vis itbr in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give youIpaper of which Wahingfo4- Gduniy wiH be proud1 Je t ti i d 11Po L5OYo wjll tiend ypa the N EWS LBADKP arid the Weekly Ooirier purnal for one year N wgIfisAbKii1 and weekly Com CrCiI for 5125 vtr JKWdtLEAbERrnnd Ginoidnajff JEuqnfrerfor 318d i iti iteaWek C6mm6Vcial3az t te for15 CallIQrratea othei par nd- ozine8 comoiftad8censor isegd jn your mQneytd EL DAVISON 1ll r WS4LEADER r5 y IALJQYAMiJ1IL1 p1jI4E JIiflEClVJ A I4ULL tn OF S I k atEGFJSJCQOK1NG AD EAJ flW ST6VS- r cpArvIWES COAL BUCTSTO 1 SHOVELS Etc FIlE BRICK OmMNEY irbsAiND SMV3R P1 4 I4sthen4 COAL OITh r1IBO in t- hc N4I WJLTER SETS 44ATEII 41 j5 u1dAbTl1GFkNS1 flAKE PANS TIc 14c j 1ERO1 Jf 4f rukied4jd t i r Ll T Ti Apea1 z jia4M DVRTOL r42zitr- j at1r 4 M Bilhtwcptt BEN HALQ 1auager its i EflOftdrVllfftllfLt t4JJo5fflnsaJ I aSketS 1Thfriid QaItKiiiS1 ri7wf1 4t ZI SAg L 17y j jti3s aif EXITtJjjYsd t rr i r 4i7 embairnJilg11avebeen egagedc aiseci-t 4u yfl t14 it 1J51L JUJTON 1i nf ov t Bagin BJo4 SpieJ1k T = vwIiId l rg f I lI 5pu2psaher lecaImohnntdngstror1t Tp pctwe nndAkelp wU tdk 11CDB LAXAT35ObotUd ti1 PLEWe are the largest exporteri of dried fruit lztie wcr1and tb 1qitreA1fzv 4 HERNDbNCARTtt co i JHNW CRUMEWBW 1 I LE 2NON Wa t4STABLESpsiuingtAzvenne an4 fSGOOD 1EB1 LE P1SlCLAS lLORbES3LW 4S S peiuI Rates to Oothmerc1a Mn at and- r Wash1ntofi onxiry Trade CASTORAC ts and ChUdifin YOUfl flAtIC4OTJ5 tje ae rothInIt1UilR nZorjstrrtt vml core ypo ahdglve coxl ppet1b Sokr tifialMvulpni ro1LB13v ij1 sell a receipt toLeaIP Rocs and IJrahma Ccckerjejla cheaper hjln anyone s1qey iSnS t aflwo 9kj113RQiN iRONBiTJ When IJaljjrTrM rick vrogamifrC orIa W ra io faocrao she jdaag tpCastcrla wwr iS1OT1CE TAXItYj1 Yuqr taxes 4Iue the coantr Slate or i896 you will stive further co troublo by paying snic47jspt TtbpI 4sesonal PnJQtpage medical to nn P rkfllraffllted5flv tchrqnli or daeitediseneo n tlioh axaAddrcs the dana and aitrpre rojDr ChIj L 4J c fl l = = r tfnhi j L irAsttp firi kSflItIqcircii1jrzniInsjngbtfitfone Cc ao Iion tiwt ojrtenIInre at MiIs tLuuber Yartlor HdJie eirri1IfiLld K 0WI 2tjt Wrjf r i J I I r l 11ifMf tJ l1L tJ I f 4 7 Z i f 9j o T c rL0 uillt t THE NEWLADI 8JLf iLI t11 rit 0 r i j e = JRrl f l 1JE EWLEADBRP- ansnu Ittr k vztyrgingiy IrI- Lrf jT SPRftfGFIELDf I Jlt 1 t i StO PRYaM PatD f y TTYTrj tTT OII t U1TT1liI DENTIST I f- tj 8AirbfitI o iaUoas Performed j to t WkL1 1 TTGBTn EXTRACTED j vrv V iTUODT PAIN f f a s Sptinsfmld every fist Wcdnea I JAJr i 1f4tfo t FFICE Over IJIf toniw t mLj I No6I1J uulh MOo itft f Louisville Ky JaPHi e r T- j l11f 4 i d IGE HOURS z to 4t pim tt Tuesdays and Saturdays i rLJi1 SPJINGFIEID KENtflKY1- y = RIJt B RCOOl R ioc J if o J OmoveBydon Robeson drug ore j 1 i 1 r M 1n7 PRINt ELP r t DIJOJ IL BURTONt i RESIDENT DENTISTv o j TEEtH EXTRACTED t WITHOUT PAIN 11 I rF JOrciUnguu r v 1 L tn t UonstturcV tI1 S PRINGPIELD 0 KY Crcwaantf Sffijjar Work ilSplaKjl r J Ii fofT Jt16tJ tE E S f SALOO l VaT 7 Ib vcnneni1 s lo b ottMai i SVr ei adjofncg thGgroceryf r M Kdrrick where I- VwI1be ri1eaea to Have myinenSsr and patrons cull when needing any ting In my line 1 will kefep nothiqfr but the very best rapd tHe market affords Will rnaKe I specialty of the FAMOUS YJilLLOWSTONE which has i the reputation of being the finest jn the world Your patronage solicited and courtesy extended rt 5hARMON 4VV THEI LIVERYMAN 1 fPirttcln3slivery uiflls New j tiggies add fast and sate horses Jersey wagonsand surreys forp the use of excursion pares or1 1 drUmtfle73TtieOStVCO9VeflLCnL fCbfos radTiedibKP1ace inI j TwI t vfAiSTjr Mcl1iiSiC- tI Jf This celebraUd bjrand oHvhiakey rV 1i keep for sale at wy baranil make f nflpecittltyof H for Jamily andor 1medicine1 use r V 0 A THOMPSON r1TflS3H rIOne Minute I biiJ3a In thd dairy buSt os ell tn 1- h charred for1fO rPiBve 7Tnynsonid so Wbcnt t L urbcror6Uuttlr appear I lietiiA ojfn churn lhat woaJd cburnIn jnltr I cnird ta try It Every POI f a wfckltsr it rrd not onv 7 cbpW JnOi fle f111J1Jo Iftit I get uoe and 1 iwtei bii4efflnVwth the conin9n CbUll111 11iSis vtry agpitats fonnivt4dn to but t mlkclllb cbun works ca Ur nudI FtIu an ordinary chu clpi In 1S- 030 sfefy recoads thave cold itro dozen oilde o cbnras In the pit month Erery ijiit nCr haf bai seen mo iJiurn 1DI 1iW tKaa a minute b ngbt one Toucan a UM sir desired information regarding tbe cbora Jdrcgsln J F Casey Oo Lru1saud they will pnre you Iru3ptandcourou Attention 1 J A DAIUTUN- Who can think WatAp Idea ot Ilmpl Pct t a7brngonV J V iw U M m s lO tnt Attr 1 ItSlU alr 8181 ClIer MdUnoo JnTCkU C F11kIV HBeVT T WN1 It VVt 1 tns ndaveno oatmeal r981 lewatl JASIADEB8t f it ftLduiai cast loins fcli fJA3 my one iw41 i I find a beautiful Uneol IYOtJwil SaIlor and Trimmdd Kate Williams which will be Boldat lowest prices to re Iduce stock t Tim Christian Endeavor Society o f Pleasant Grove church entertained with a Quaker Party Tuesday night at the residence of Jr John Browne fqrv the benefit of the church All spent ni enjoyable time Quite a good crbwdlrom here attended 4 IIBCooHiiket n3 dave made 11640 clcarnioney 87 days and Attended to ray nonsehold duties be sides andrltjilnk this Is olng peidid for a vromnb inexperienced in Business Any ono can sell 4rbat everyone1 wants to buy and every family wants a Dish Waer I dont conrass at oU people come or send for tHe Busner BDd eyory woiber that goes outsells two pfibreiHnore ac ibeydb the work to peifectlon You can wash aniLdry the dishes tn two nilnotes lapi goipg to devote my wbk to this business now and I am euro Itjan ceaijSSOOQ a year My sister ancl brother have stated In tbe bus incsi andare dof ag Bfllcndd Yon can get complete InBtrueliyns and hundreds of tesfc fthouIab1dsMtho hOc iYty IIsb Watner Co Btatlbn AjPUtkburpr Ta tand youvdont make lots of money Its yoto ownfauftV VVt Mrs WU VV IMIBSMABES Jof DaiTvttle will give an entertainment here at the Couit House on Thanksgiving night for the enefitof sweet charity Miss Marrs will2 bring her entire class in elocution including MBH Lou Clark who won foe priza In lha Oratorical Contest given by the Qbarity Club SavoY tlr joickelg nd dImtafor this occasion piomiHeatoMoIt arare treat JpfiifNOBTHCBAFr of Marion who wolikidpwn bere shot aniperhapsf- atalfy wpundedL Q EJLand vfnefBb- rWr in a difilcultyi Tuesday Land re jVeivjttl gunshot wound Izthqbreast- and it Is thought his Injurteaarp tatLl though here is a posslbThtyof lila recovery WorlBcraft1 lfandUnds soninlaw joined in the fray an the ormerYeceived slight wound la b81 iandJaIor are all men1 of igod fchiiacjerT NorthcrajttjBJboJd WASfcced at 500rwhich was promptly given r AJjc Thrf iosii I hare boon dAvf so Ccll this summer scJJag iomblnallon dippers thAt thInk li Is mdtfofie1Iozlj 14iTEflI nave Qot mado ss mueb money osj J1l1adr- tJ bouf bufd yerjnjatj ilIcsj ftaa iJ3flU4 l often fSa day tho dipper can bo used ya n fruit jturnHer a plain ippj ra fine straij ruiinWJl tP ulucl8 sick icoqi 4ruilugid azd 11 kzneasprc lq1 Ight dlffdrenTuses make the dipper npdcssary article that it sells at nearly EIe1ghtenDcenttoWrH Iolrd Co Station A PltUbnrjj 3a afld lUev wiill inatl you B dipper and you a cap go to work at once j anyone Qn midte t3 orira day anywhera A K DEni r iKPOKitATipithas been received as t tor the heroaboutd of tbd music box a andu the Hdies of the Charity Club desire to avoid any publicity in the matter the parties having same wCl return the property 1no questions will boaakodrTVVVtt e Je Makry ttils GlrVqiillcJrl I saw in your paper that a thlrteoni eAr old boy toado L25thQ flrsthonrho workqk selling the Perfection Metal Tip Lampwick ordered sample and vent to work and Vthe and the second week I cleared I expect to runup j9I 25 iD the near future M the Perfection beauttjutqh1rnzeyiu4 bad odor and saves oil ItV cosy to 8eIVVf 9 wish to try tend thirteen 2ccn stamps to Miss Fritz Station AVlit p6ulstM6 and she will send yon sampe outfit this u a good way to makd make taonoy around home Miss T W piin i iin tle Oti5oVI- eortant ate1eanaethoburnn jCnsLaxitivelaws the bowels rweand Ttidneyfl For sale 506 a pttle bV rHaydon Rob iU nfV1aferBrowne TIm following Is from the Central pVtbOt lttoJt rOTh1lLneV We are noW very pleasantly dqmi piled in the tfafspnagein SpringfleJa When wu camp to tpj pur neW field justlytPl1St HfRev of nlseicellando In every traUof a Christian minister and pastor This ItIspeaksthatthey appreciate a good man But still better this people have shown that they lo tho Lord more than riinguptheirfor tbfIr now pastor whom they 1qt w nov 118a tfco tnfmae servoiIt of Obriirt We have good congrega tions The good people of Springfield aud vicinity of the several denomfna- tlon gavo us a delightful prnnding in the ovonIng of October 16 The gath eririg was at the parsonage and Itt thanksgivingled it q 1anpr 8bnt Afltnefpounding came py partaPartfes pareJs een joyed it verymtush butliadit tin rome at once it would liavp beer morethaawecouidbearjfdritwasiri great abundance Jdairieiy t money onions honey flour cdffee teajBugart potatoes pUinpkji butter cup and Bancy rtrtPirnif ddrlco VJrroirA r Vbledfete Myth Lord bTess lthe kindly donors With best wishes for our friend the Oentraif BATKINSON T9VJisweekoLCourt Th- ejurlescrism1ased yesterday and court wllPgrobablyVadJpuvh tomorrow VeilIttlob1ia1ndssof Importance J wastransaict d uDutchJ Brown the colored bdy who lolp 3 from a1 huck6terhwastheLvOniy sentenced i to the peiiltentiaifyfaiie jury In the cas otJbhn Kenel against To ifQrnndya estate failed to agree Mildred A Shlrlej suedHB Powell the deputy sheriff for damages for enforcing a writ possession The trial lasted two days sup resulted In yeid1c1fortho defendant ThePIrsf Natldiial Bank sued John Hanlesty for3Q The dispute grew out of a xjuestion of error In the account of- Hardestywlththo bankVVThe verdicf was to favor of the bank The case of John WShfaley indicted for forgery was continued until nest term TIm dwelling oq Qof TlnordwhtJ Jtv t J YlifEib Was burned JI oni ndal n oVq e1200I Insurance 8600 11i r tLWE are very Eratgrul tjp the njem bJ s PSkUt Rn ihnreland pLlieLenda jKhofavored jis with a good donation of corn and vegetables x BF ATnthOru PERSON ML Lev Rueaellj of Lebanon was in towaVWe4ie5tyV 4 3 Olaybrqoke and Mac Grundy weieinBloomflela8rndayjI MissIs in Lebanon fpafpw weeks visit among friends Dannie Shnms loft today for a Bubit Vslt TEO3g friends at 8t MayM Miss Nannie Jlsy Thurman ia iin Lousville attending Mia iSaunderk dting her I11noc Miss Louieo Saunders returned hbtao on Mon iy evening and ie potts her mother Improving rapidly The1 JUisses Lisle Atkinson and ItcEJroyj ot Iobanon were over on ieaday4doIntt1i tthvni Hrrr M Wdgbt1lhg haaljeett vei ill with pheumonla since Friday kaatrlBno tliOrigTrr t5 BTToSfb 1 daoV ifYt flJJ Mi8 iiIary LBD4iimni3 who ttI1 t Sri NajnDa 1 aaou fort past month willreturni home f this week r i2 vlije lJl 1 rs W J ojn ntroft rlLotiliivillrl owto settle some business trans ctionsVhf bo VOItcol I ever h M fjl jMy ire was cured by ChunilicrUiua Couh Uemtdy wi ltCft 1 It JfoMort oft Kuf reek Cal ThIs cold left liio with couah and I xvns cxttictorailnj u1ltLo tune llidicmcdv cured jpaMnd jvTuiS all or my fricixla ivlicn troubled vftha tongli or cold to u6 It tot 1cvJtjtu them good 80 d by Haydort fcljolj iaonDrngjji WHY MAN IS WEARY r Typicml Talia of Domc tl Wot- M 4 SOn T VIA gc6d mans bndddathidcn8nUCf1D iSb tcstUontqth e faet hattUrJIs thi1 r1 dJ ate3IhaintL- iwvcs of their bosoms nnbjcctUhem to evciy tinjo tbez jut on tbekJialaJaga outla tfaoevonlugr TIJ the naJrou golbpi l Olith ing eouffor min U- t4CV4TIVWhtfO VVsIOb Bowhoroin particular u tiiAcJorOlilIQthJng WnySfuiougO tcn 3VWeJ1lwnt1ato tVQ3uthyV j Do have A 4art6Why dQyoUltJarnnrt ecnUBe eoautVoVwhl7V 4IBODofons rJiI ongl rl s dpjku w1kL t lAujbody goingwithgrou nNqf We lr i Tta tranBO tthat you cant be content to stay at Lome a tow minute angouNoCOVthatVyUJ1OZ5 1is one renfpn jvhyEojaqnymnis f ages ore JVca Ii flatn 4oaud failure rrf1 I Vj ciiamuaV1s- t Ode diy a EjntchmaiJ Wa Wrt I WddshAvtftg li nscJf beltHBglals ftc liiuia trcub7ed squQJt ha tut 6ff the tip of iifs npso iCha rnia carifictfhimTo arophls aurt ffhichiell on his foot audcntoit a portion of his big toe Eep5ompjjy pickedtup the two fragments Wl J Jmt thd open sores and boun them up AV fortnight Inter removing tlio4and nges ho diEcovered to his horroif that ho bad made u mistake Ho hadput the toe in tbo placo of his nose and vice versa Now vheu ho wauts to rc11tch his nOte ho is obliged to take off his btx t 2cliTabifcho Tagwccht VV 7 ftftETALK i lk At I Htz ii iicFi riit4fi t ner T T ftfJJ r hitt f zi ttJQWNI i i i BBMEMBKRf ThatwBate positive v going to quit by 7atr andJfpiJ to lay in puf wintet nupply j Fdwerinlly beap are the follow ing items All wool Scarlet Twilled Vlanhel only Ofc or sixteen Vards fprjl0X v ou t 10 Allwool Blankets dply 52Xper pairv V11adIesregular 25cgoodswhichwVell at only Impair Ladle a Cashmere Wool Hose only 15e a pair IAlloQx Hamburg JDaces and Ibsfirtions go fit C0STPBIOE We have still a large stock oiace Curtains and Table j Jiineoson hand come and get theaaat actual NEPW j FOOTWEAR Do you need any shoes for the cbifdren ladiefa or fbr the Men Joiks Remember that wo an save vou ut Jeasl p per cent Overshoes r Lacl4es ad Gentlemjetv wQJbd sold at1C- ostWET v d WEATJEEER GIQODS r we receivcd tblfi weelc a llarge lo1of 1E1nbeJIa4 and Gentle meps dae1rintohpsi whigh we ordered tOme niophs itgo but ouldrotpounterinancl Vbe 9rcler Aflmts sdldat1mifaeti rer a price it 1 j t CLQTIIIMI wif ilSuits and Overcoats forMenjnd pys aiNew York cost Our all wopll ters Undershitts and Dr wers go at5gcagarment a Jl 4ti VV Ie tVi t f rorne r OidSee r 49t4ronrseIE 2 flJZV1 I Iif rrdf h qxvIg ar i i1liJ ttt ut ci 1 Ji1 TJ 4 r Pt Jj 1f nr I Jq TIiE ltU i i ii1 LOUISyIJiIET1 PS ipy tiptPatroiie t bL fJir l IIOroe InVVdlistryjC1i4dt t tcfbh f 1 JDI 1II r r t VVV r11 tr r ltHJ 1 lL4V d ji BRING Y OURCJIt 1IJI1q l f Ii tt tV tBILL HEADS4dh i VV i IVit Vlr LETTER HEADS J t NOTE HEADS- 1INVELOPES i t iliJlr dI1ftdt t11 1 Everything14J Ind thett r r rw Printing1Line tolisfVitV ttX f a We will dqtiaewrkj f r j Id J flVt l tuicky neaA1yJt- t andqI hI y i l NT13r LATFJ ifIIr a i ELt ffryL0n h It i sTtEhIIE 1 = I u 1UITfflllH1tflt TVTIcfl LEYOUV lfilBtl TIlT lEi1Urllll nak LIGUTNING IIOTV DROPS cU sVdor l i ChallKu otW4tcr H EALS Cuts BuaruILescratcs Bites of Aniaiab Sciptntf Bugj etc BREAKS OtIppeItfluenxaSore Tbrotrttm L Sold EYerwbert at 23o and fir Bottle lenNe PaVltt MUU Iv u4 a kUtttoM Mfniek H 7a hERB MEDICINE VCOV SPRINGFIELD 0VIILHUflThUUulliIHJWHIHUUWUIWV n iT Sr 1 LESTTyLsb I qJiJif WFS Jil 1 T 1i r is Vf24OaE9Dv aI Y I xwjIoffer Specia1t Uinithj nc adays to start things OfiirII rt J itt t1Vf ttr 9 t f rv tl t We offer for ten dl ysl Yaloutcorrect lerfgth for F rl f 1W1 j 1 t1- ii1 ijpr1ceisO3t a t Be ntifpl T ts inilrM C1othandBouc1eior worth 7J41 4 1q c 4V iiare going and see emJit Bargaip Prces t luJ IM er1ff JJnt Ioii ltfJ 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1axati e Irt steinld Jtc r1OJPd aqdtsta 1bfrCciYr i1etsstai4ufefora11igesndsexg d lIlblfftnstY A12Oy0WJdtu tstrorjtyu1Jluror7naIopcwui4Icd Ari4wYcttis4 jkffj f QINTMENT cpiFftoT1 tIGAUE aid01TMN O cwfri iiil 1 LIES SOL YMLD OsrIfftpa I Sfi U t r t jCetusrSSI4dSI D WAkL1s MI t 17 gee aij 1i1l pwh7srofdiaupNM WERWmD t Q1teMmt IeV r i Pt aPen t1reatm lt t t iliOUft tS iUt i THE NEWS LEADER iiIIt C J it J rgetaUcPrqaralioii6rAs slaulatii lhsroodaodBcflula CHII K1 wwsandBesLContille neJMw tUJIi Sl- t rr1inIJ il al1Ni4 fiI9 f tfCoM tifLSOtX5f IIiCl revuj5l aess and LOSS OF SLUT SacSiaAi Sifaafttrcr of 1tW RK J jlOM jjt COflT vrWRAFKl PRESENCE OJF MIND HOW AN AERONAUT SAVEr HIMSELF INJHE PPEN AIt A IX j Piece Bopo and o KTeat Colco latieit Preferred tbe Ufo of TxofcMor JIll WladKnt Tor Thl tt Reporter Couldnt TeU Ttl iBUwtla Yarn j Wind vaS hla samo Hiram Wxafl tho told Tho Son reporter that they called him Bi for kbort Jhalfnbbreviatioe bat when I TTI 26 DDt took to ballooning asa buainesa it kipdj of eorter seemed if ProvidODce me 1n that I ebonld have had that name and uo other ProioMof Hi Wind bOnddr ctl with pride ia a name that is bound to soar throtigh the loftiest realms of Epace rDldyounBTe1 v all idenUUJ faqnired tho reporter Several bnt they have never been ttfo fanlt of tho Wind I oPioJr begad to thctyr signs of BncoQKbing to tho pump Of course he adnrftted hetitatI inglylIa mnn cantwnlk the arth cvJ cry day With ontbam ping agaiDat hornethlng out of the ordinary occasion j ally and the air ia no exception rye calliJanowpent on how yon looked at things Some 11dont fItstood that Blood thing waa a good thing when bo aw itSnppow you narrate one for my sake suggested the reporter andlet mo add y testimony to that of your other udmirwi 1 Thanks I dont care If I do it said I the prpfcMOt and there was that in the tone which recalled the reporter to mans highest daty to his fellow man After which sitting at a small table ynrrBrofessorcoBtinued1 I was out in vhidwua aboet fonr ycara ago Indiana v iadgreatatate in tho season and I had do jraacr ut for the benefit of a Sun j lool picnio to kind of offset goingI tipca tho Sunday before for a lager beer r fociablo function Highly particular pious these Sunday school people are lLcd everything was lovely My balloon kickedripiind when the got away she seemed liko Ehowa heading right loir infinity and was going the limit or boat a ham stringsj Iguess O must have gone unja t 1111lcntoor twO sbe began to go back the other way not fast you nndcrstand but slow and cure and in a way to nakeyom tottl mighty uncomfortable IIcomldattell what the matter was and after letting her drop to within aboutt b fam elJJottomItossedfu i1ft tlo of my ballast twos abort on para chutes that yt9O as mine was out of whack And being careless I thought Jd take my chances About this time I 46egnu to wish I hadnr but I ididn 1aay a word fofObvioQS reasons When I let the ballast oat tho balloon responded cnly a little and tfce wny she did it convinced me that uetblugerloua was tbjjinatter r AtUmo thad toltbrow NJ1aitmd WanftXlilMM till there wasnt any tkingilelt IB tho twakcttesides myeelf atrapplIt cT ojbanoon tad begun to sink guessJt kwa time for a man to do on6pretty active thinking if he ex pccted tny good residts from it and yon nay bo awed I was calculating JEvtt inetaat now the balloon yttu frathcring velocity tbo last movement downward feavtog begun at a point about a quarter ota mile from the ground and 1 knew that in a few sec ends I was going to bo a shapeless macs tbacoaldut ercn he photographed for n newspaper tinlcss something hap pcried Tbcro was only One thing to do iind that was to relieve the balloon of jla weight and send it back op againi j iTho rcpo and I Vera heavy enough jto iicn thcv weight considerably VhouU l get out end I propoEcd to do a f jrrjtptucc Getting good hold cu ray ortbobcwwhiuLii1 4 SEE THAT THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF-j IS ON TH- EWRAPPER OF E7EET BO OF q CASTORIA OIMSIJa p In ou emIr It k Mi ad ViDc Xoat aDotr saTon to ttU m MrjrtUig lM tin p1o or fnvlM tLt it u MjuCJ M good sad irfll vamijsnijjTa See JR seoA SlBI1 II nocac iuuu zcet ox tne grouna anen with the rope tied around my waist and the other end fast to the balloon I jumped out feet foremost straight for thoCrthI knew that if tho balloon remained stationary I would just about ropebuttion In fact I calculated tho rise of the balloon would about meet the fall of myself ntsuch a point as td make my fall comparatively light andthenXwhcn the began to sink again I would be so near tho earth that before she got to going at breakneck speed I would be myselfdownCSAaiUuiuedoutl shakenupprettybac11y When I cut loose I dropped about 25 foot and lit square on top of a big straw stack where some men were thrashing 1lyfmYwefgbtonJgnvoher hundred yards across tbo field and drop concludedPrOfessor at mind fa Ynlnnble cven to tnk up in a balloon with a man for if I had not bad it and had not used it at tbo end of that piece of rope I would not now be here telling this story to you Of course it was not as serious a mishap as I have ipcrienCed Ono r OCCMions but atm it is interesting What do you think of it I6portdruhl1 I could look DUNew York Sun TWO ON A STRING A Btory Told bjr Xew York DruAuncr MexicoI in Maxi COUsaid aNOV York traveling sales man to a reporter on a business trip and ono night my parinenand bnd to remain over in ajmall place MexfcoCityItwnsnt batthe landlord ot the hotel told ns that thieves wore plenty and it they wero cornered they might stick their knives into people Oar room in tho little tavern was a kind of summer bouse affahy out in tbo yard with a door on each of two sides upIform veranda Wo had several hundred dollars which wo bod collected and tho safest place wo could put it was hi our satchels in our room Jor n wonder tho doors had looks pn them but tbo upper part of tho door was made to Venetian shutter style and a mon with a long arm could by stretching probably roach muchIwithout nottClug the shut part at all Besides it was darlf wbenwoj went to bod as wo dldntt wont a light to attract the inseota We slept without disturbance until tho first grot streaks of dawn and then we wore awakened by a queer noise at ho doors Wo suapocted thieves at once and as quiet as mice wo slipped out of Txjd and began to reconnoiter When I got to my door it kind of dirtylyd110wshutter andstrotohing itself downward toward tho look and I was tempted to yell and scare tho ma rauder away However I kept my nerVe and in a second or two it was strangely fascinating to watch tho efforts of that hand to reach tho look My partner was having tho same kind of on experience and the thieves vrere evidently intending to takous accmtnan agwine Wo stood irresoluto for a minute and then my partner made a sign to hangInghod looped at each end and I saw the trick Tbo next minute wo had a hand apiece tie at each end of the rope andjad pulled it tight in aide Every thing had been perfectly still upto this time and now it was stieifbaneTcr I do not know Whoi ttbo tbiovea tbxupbt had bop ppccd to them baf thpywcrcjWUKbt 1 u ioIuu a t l knotted wo let go and they discov ercd that they werb tied together and there wasnt any WRY for them to get away unless one of them pull ed the other through hokno ole so to speak Then it become funny ODd we sat there nearly splitting but never making a sound In a minute or two more we could another band uglyknifeholdingthe first hand but we had drawn them tar through and the other hand could not reach Of course wo expected now to hear a lye1landbavosomekiokingnndothcrdIsturbanceS Indian was in them and they never made a sound until tho landlord himself k to them when he came to wako mup That was two hours or more later and wo had in the meantime gone bock to bed to finish our morning nap trusting to luck that they wouldnt got away Tbo landlord when ho discovered them mode mora noise in a minute than all four of us had made since tho cot began and when vro got up it was to find our garden house surrounded by half tho population of the town and the asifnobody able to set them loose Washington Star FRENCH CHILDREN They lack the PrecoelolU Aasarnnce of American Children Physically the French baby re sembles tho American much more than the English baby Oars are notmagnificent lumps of pink nqd white flesh dimpled all over Being mtsohievousthey dron still they lank the precocious assurance of the American child who is afraid of nothing No ono goes into ecstasies over them al though hi foot they ore adored They do not feel that they are tbo rulers of tho household They soon learn to keep their place and seem to understand that though their mamma may give herself up to them entirely they are not equally inter esting to tho remainder of the world It called to the drawing room they come in washed and combed bow politely and leave before becoming tiresome They oVp not allowed to cornTtb the tabiBToVen in tfie strict est mtiinaoyr until they can behave properly be silent and commit no awkward blunders They are for bidden to risk for anything but this does not proven them from getting whatever they want It is needless to say that wo teach our children npt to sop up their gulpdown speciallyoovol8nythingonaccepted it from the dish It is not the waste alono it is tbo impoliteness of tbo aot obsolutoI conI sists in a guest leaving half of what he baa boon helped to untouched under tbo anxious1 gaze of tbo host less who na 1Al1 sapposes that nothing is to b ste From the moment our children know how to handle a knife and fork tljeyaro told never to express an opinion favorable or the reverse to what they are eating and to Ias everything put before them Tho clings through life In gen era they do not try to attract at tention do not express opinions are not as loud and noisy as American children I1 Their sayings their clover tricks are not quoted and what is feared more than all is to make them con Althoughwatobod yet their guardians do not constantly experiment upon them with tbo newest bygienia methods Instead of trying to deVelop the principles of causality as early as possible wo usually advise them not to be asking questions porpotually IncllsponSDbIoI to say there are many broaches of the law but there are also many punishments which I must admit they sometimes taku with a certain amount of cynicism Horais a quite rooont example A young gontlo man of 5 followed his mother who was looking at an apartment with theviow of hiring it I think said tho lady afterher examination that this win suit me Oh no mamma said the little boy break tag in Its impossible theres no dark closet Where could you put mo when Im noughtyTh Bent zon in Century Xlsbe Ilooked and Lost When on anglers lino breaks and ho loses a fish a fisherman 1loscatch it and sometimes an angler catches and lands n fish that ho has 1lyone or morO fish that have been booked and lost Sometimes such fishes aro in good condition some tunes emaciated and feoblo It may depend on how long they have bad tho hook in their mouth or on how they were hooked Ive heard ofastripod bass that was a lively fish though it had a h its mouth and was towing a goodII of lino with on another ok SInker attached to it Sometimes a Tiafl broken a1fish that awdy with hOO 8tnrts out wfthmaibo sixfmttt of lino trailing from it or later other fish are likely to bite this off AUsbraoy have been hooked1 icruch a way that itcant iced Of W course IE couicinc nvo wicaQuc ens ing The wound mado bya Jlxoplc maybe attacked by fungus lei that case the fnngus would be likely to kill it It might bo that thetwound slightthotimbedded in it and tho fish might got along nil right But a fish with a hook in its mouth is meat likely to dloN wYork Sun A Modification Bostus I heah tell dot yoVnew temperance sioty done sot n motto Do Ups dit touch wino ken touch mine Whuffor good niggohsdpnnMiss Lndy Dat omt all Wo done got tmodder verse Do lips dat toucli gin we wont go agin How tlat strike yon hub Indianapolis Journal THE HONi T FARMER Bo Simple and Unrojpcctlnjr bat Scoops the Piano Drummer Talk all you wont to about tbo bunko steorers and other sharpers of tho metropolis remarked a drummer the other evening at a down tqwn hotel to a reporter but some of the sharpest of the sharps aro to bo found in tho country out among the fields and lambs and thingsdont dontexpcottorurals explained the reporter who was born and raised in the country and didnt liko to see his fellow countrymen libe1ed- uExpeoting it or not insisted tho drummer the sharpness is there Jjest the same and itis justas sharp For instance and the drummer fixed himself for a longer heat some years ago when I was a drummer in pianos Ill toll you whatanexperiencolbad Our house was ono of tho big ones with an ad vertisement in every newspaper in tbo country Dud the way wo soldI pianos was a caution to snakes UAlso a tip to alleged men who dont advertise Interrupted tho reporter Your also is sustained sold the drummer and proceeded HAs I was saying wo sold pianos rightt and left und as might be expected t wo picked ap a bad customer at fro qucnt intervals Ono of these had got a 300 piano on a small spot cash payment Balance monthly on tho strength of a farm we thought was his also on his general reputation which up to this time had been igoodns anybodya hi tho commu nlty Like Eves in tbo garden ventured tho reporter Exactly It smiled the drummer If tbo devil had not tempted toot hitherto cxamplary female she would ha o come through in good- shape and just so with our custom ere A 300 piano was moro than Le- could stand and ho went down before it After his first payment Lo failed to respond and we waited as long as was bur practice and then sent word to him torcturn the pi- Ma as per contract In duo time the piano box in as good trim as when wesent it came back and wo put it shipIhoard from it soon to tho effect thatt there wasnt any piano there that tbo tiox was IDled with piecestl of wood and iron of about the pianos weight and wedged solidly into tbo box Ordinarily wo would not have been so careless but wo were rushing things and had to neglect details Now wo hod to moko up for that neglect and wont after out bunko friend in tho country Eo lived 20G miles away and at a short distance from the small town to which vro had shipped tbo piano which was on tho railroad MWell I got there one morning about 11 oclock and tookling tho first driver asked him if he ooold take mo to Jim Peters1 place He was a nice honest appearing sort of a chap and ho told me Jim had moved to another placo about 20 miFes away oDd that I could only get there by driving over five miles to another road and going Ahead on that to Jims station 1 paid him a dollar to drjye mo over and ho told me ns 1 had never seen Mr Fetors to ask anybody and ho would ho point ed out as every Body know him The station Whera bo caught tho train was only a orosaingnnd my driver flagged tho accommodation the con duotpr nodding familiarly to him as fgot aboard As tbo train moved off my driver drove briskly away and when tho conductor came around ten minutes later I asked him if ho knew Jim Peters and ho almostt toppled over on mo in his surprise Why why ho stAmmered thatt was Jim Peters driving you Then it occurred to mo that tbo piano card on my satchel had given me away and Mr Peters had done the rest We tried to got tho piano again continued tho drummer bufave lost all trace of it rind finally gave it up and Mr Peters I presume went vitb it Washington Star DoW aJ1o1I bf A correspondent sends to The Com panicn a true story which could only be true perhaps in this age of college athletica A group of people were discussing IQineIvery cra little coarse no donbt bnt Well sktched In anddccidtdlyatrong1t N this point a young collegian who had taken no part in the conversation suddenly found his Voice Hcw much can he JitUttbe asked iu all soberuesa Youiha Cdmpaujgnj CANCER CURED AND A 1 tLI E SAVED By the Feraient Use of AY rs Sarsaparilla I was tronbled ferrors with 1 sore on my knee tvhich several who aIcancer assuring mo that nothing Aartrytotter tak lug a number of bottles the sore gan to disappear and my general alth improve I persisted in this ratment until the sore was en tlrely beaftd Since then I use Ayers 5nrsnparllhioccasl nnUy as a tonicvand blQodparifierK ahd in deed it seems as tlfouglr I vould not keep htiuse without jtu1tIrs S Ai FIELDS Bloomfield Ia yERS TiM Only Woriifs Fair Sarsapariili Ayerc life Regulate the Liver Now is the time to subscribe for eurIInJt BELLS PINE TAR IIOXKY Cures Croup niid Whooping Cough tthorlnnds Eagle Kvo 6alre Is not only the best remedy un enrth for wrp nycs and granulated lids hut will cure cracked bunds nnd rougbnw 8 of tbpttkin tiufckcr than any known remedy For salu by Dnydon it Robertson Druggists When tbo children wake up In the night coughing ono doso of Dr BoHH Pino Tar Ilonor in all thats needed IDo you go to be l to sloop Of course you do Then If theres any cniup or wboopinx cough nuionif among 3nur children adniniister Dr Bolls Pino Tar flonpy YOU ongJit to know that when anf rr ing from unj kidney trnnblo tbnt n wfe 1sure remedy is Foley Kilney Ciirc Duaruntood or money refunded Hjiy don Robertson THEtRttrar IR WOOD PRESCRIBES GUSIMAM5 HEITMOL IQMAiEB COLDS IH HEAD CATARRff lORE THROAT GRIPPE HEADACHE fII bJ =L en ss dleCntraJz6oa pbdr n 1 accw t anI BIIUSI U nUT t wiy t n r 4 J lLIaI w 7 arawa w L J IAUSltraIIiFLUEYZAI 1Cw1 rb tIN l1li SEA SICKNESSI b Lmftn tomtit t=mill llBlllil Mllllllltll itr jMTll UnkvlCaUrrttVMiknrw Mn4 tl tIon IMIniJ Cg UJ y I km uJ 611 ntW nWUwknMkM Itr 1H t B1NcJIll c = a l==copttNwlItn QItap III Cushmans Menthol Balm IIUI HAIIDSI 1BRUdI 0Betten aD OiunnUmt girt 11M all ointnwntb ran to pt Oubmaaa Mctbol Balm 09Dotaeerpt lattlMubtntrJMt utood ThtiBalm IttfMlarfatMxoroInlan4 baa be mutriWjoq euaot fH It of your dranirt Ste fbrcottnzbynuU BaUbralllmdief dnwliU corm The tMtngen ar inrtn The greatest danger to t hose who dive into tbo sea fcr valuables that have been sunk is that of falling asleep na hot day the contrast between the heat above and the delicious cool ness below water is apt to make a diver sleepy One of these men stated that he oucn slept half an hour at the bot tom of a wreck where he was laying a pipe Supposing that had happened in a channel where the tide runs to swiftly that a diver can work only during the one hour of slack water the deadly nub of tidewould have mapped the lifeline and hbte Then in workiug wrecks there Is the danger of getting jammed in between treiphk or of get ting the hose or Ihie entangled Wbeu the hose snaps at a great depth tho trer mendous pressure kills the diver He is frightfully distorted by it Pearsons We klr lien Am tb H mf Just got a letter from Mildred She s enjoyiag the country so mhcbV She says Everjrday atsunrise a neifcb borTng roster rouses us Svith hkWi morning layirEarly morning lart WJitfi the WnUnfwrth tfiojmiPcil Mrrtr fffl 11 SIB YV Jfit11 v x LJt1a T I 7rt0 r OUR GRND SPL Y OF f r S i j i DRY GOODS DRESS 6Cl iQs f i q Q JNGrCL S Si tv i t f tlA p tcS 11fik r t Fr 7r btWe IIjou e9PCC ttnt ent 1 G i wool Noveltlcs both blurkIod ySOtr ql lk jepllrtni JJf18 m lt C01rJJ JttIJ 1 fstyles in Japes and Jackets tand lD ll r c r 1 2i DR S YrR1J W 4f VrIf 4 The newest ond best Trimming Departmfin j i town W J ljpnow inpf an elegantline of Brai Paasumentries fvetSj etc Hosiery and UnderwejaK tv our Hosiery Department conttfdts of u fullme 6flj ek atidcpl re l Wool Cotton and FJeecelmed Have bjnck arid colored Coj f Merino and Cashmere Half hoae Weare 8ell5n j0 fall regal j IeipP dIrf stocking for 12ci other houses ask Soc foraiinje tjujfityTA Ve aro full DPJin Fleecelined FIeece ribbeil and PlnIn4ribb4jlBndWiviar frfr Men Women and Children Get pur prices t CLOTHINGt 1 We are offerng Mens Chevirt JSuita for i1 v hat Jrf ebcatTitt 80 Suits for 56 00 that are felieap at 580Q J i trI rbuitB for 750 that an cjienpm 1000 i 41 QJJoyn All Wool Suits for 500 Jf rin UIIIIU Su rtl S 01 fiCJ1d8 uit8r90cS125S1501d tip iFull line of AlD nd 110101 U1r fr N r91l t i 1 t I 1 SR0ES tYe hYetb IxcIUII t l f Drew ny Cus Wom i t hOls Jltlmers eumlmn uoJen FleShoB 8J2t htpony Por Broouth Ohio Misses and CliiMrf nle bDtiee Thfno three finer lines oi Shoes made in this country Coaiea 8e Jt i j Y We trpt that oil nf our friends will ann tr vp know vouirillill t satisfied WUhus with yourpelr thatyou came jrcpareiPto do your Fnnttradiifg dnFall and Winter Goods that ypwmay not fipd 1ster4 fr J t J t L J CUNNINGHAM DUNCA + 2 m TijOMPSON CLEMENTS tt IJNDEATA eRS Ifr1 AND EMB ALMERS Our equlp ent ip tbe Undertakers and Em ljl j k t balmers line is TJPTODATE in everyrespc Jl Caskets n Robes from the nestto the ch a t l te t nished pro t y Wea wer p da O I r night and guarantee Perfect Satisfactionl I HKIf a 1 f f I Elsewhere to Ibuy goods ivhen you cans tG JmoneyY patronizing home merchants jare able to give ihevpuVlio t lie JQWfM f PRICES on f P F5TRMlTORE AN DCARPETS t I IVe can duplicate City price pn any thing JK onr line Ajrial order is allwe ask to coit I vlnct Sou We Ul ta e ple 1ra ln boil f vou ftoads 81d quole prIces whether 01d0 buy or l1ot rt J j1ARMERS HOME HOTJ1 Vf Jt JOHN H DeWITT VW S I a p r 4l lifProprietor ji J THOKOUGHLY 7fEENOYATED AND REFURNISHED j if6 RGE STA1JLEj D W4ON YARDfN qONliECTioN WlTM i1 tB TlJPObllND BILLIARD t R h OM if 1 i A V 1 40b to 422 East Market Street 1it Best ODID o frtn IJD the CIIJor SIBle i iilsriLL ll1qaf t4 rStng1e Meals 25 Qetlta 15 l i 1 L1oki WOGL WglpL t t11IIIJtb arkct and cnrs Jstho 11 Jtett 1i ilI bT1t1te cxIt1llgUJ1cttA elfa o hle btk n1 iJ1Ja fCW 4 rltr80 Jtt1G tbotoPplrVSOl iI1i 11 t 1t trbI 11 rOUrH lu 4 j 1uo JtsRNDONCA Et CQiI1O S tdI1 10 10