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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 T It t t f I a4a- 1It 0 t h t4rP1INGF1ED WASHINGTON Ur COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 21 s 1897 4 P + 4q j McTQJWF- tN t U tJ AbOitIypuro- ii I Lid1 fnm ot Jutiritn On enpiibriuia RGA1BX i rQIpl rn 1pis r3tiL 10 centi per 1k Air the flRtinsrn aiL 5 cents for efvh uaJp tfea on cnnilidhtez and political matter iOwaU tier Jinx iff r Job Work I aon svni low ntes but cash u remit paU o licldUierjr otJRoo4 r Ad ttIiz trtts mdo en 1IbeI ObitnArienand rei lpUona of respect 3 criur it Lor xTs tottV 250 County om r i 1 DLiirt ODIes 1000 i i cHURCFtDRCTORV i f BAPTI T pHURCH Fa f Serrices everY t tii Ln ivJtjfTp nj Bundoy E ltb1at S3J Pravtg 11eltInston Wed 1j iee1rntihnt730 ji a ff Y TIIOD1SrCnURC1 f ltivWF tkInnEaswr rvics on db FItnhI ThLra Sda lb each ucath J t1i nj m 1 tt t I 4 l T R NlwnPII t k11seTTtrOJasonI torigfciTfces fTcr i tifl1 nt rJ19Pit mrryr- A i ir ctTiilhtY i t + r Tli r CliJJR l tPFRmn1i J toi SezicetPirr- 1ridiy t8ud to oIoc tD 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fl tiiiilHraio Uirjhal r bJd CityAttoni y 4 JUbTlOB OpUBT 4Jtkoeota arc held aJanuary April adOtobr itiiTiI aii Dapartwe of Trains t 4143 IIL4214- 4I fI fj fI12i 13pnrglIoJiV f so J yln6lIJ1l1 QtIASG r s s 21 li1Ucokori47 fI L51I oJ 4jket f 5 1O5LtZ0u31t i111IlardittUhI f i11 LNtrelI S1 1 Itu 3SAflflOb ig 0 411 4 I t1e2 flest4ville G4li 1111 CaUeftllJt 8r t1tl f tobI t rV iii4jW i ClarteuinL7- 4 urSt 12t4rdtawtt 310 i tkribeiirl1 j k 41JE Y t tfott t k JtLeiUJiCui vilWxt ttt IllImpu 1l1Mc to 4l J 1 IPJti nVAIN ncHTherf J1 penretf on Lb9fstreets p tngindivldualwith gaUfadi slow movementsKf the typical mountaineur However little attention was paid to gim atflr tvhe oon became anob Sect 6t special interest to a few as soon as his mission in this community was made known Thef stranger called to mind when the objeci ot his visit was wade known the horrible trasj edy which occurred over in May don county just about a year ago at which time the man Qavah and Mrs West were killed ya mob for indulging in illicit rela tions with each Other The man gave his name as Henry Western and said that his home is in the mountains of east Tonnes see Grajuger county Western says that he is a brother of the wiftot Dvrs the Esd wan 5c8 telJia hard stary of bisI travels to reach this place He iis a poolnianho says and aicatbound for Paris Ky lie how over had not gone far with tbttrain when he was len at asta tion wh re he had gotten off toI fioclsomethtn Havingono money has compelled to walk the balance of the way tp this place Western says thatj he had com all the way hefeto find Alma TJevers the fourteen yeareld daughterof his su ter whom he bad heard was being taken care of by parties at this place The mn appeared to be jreatlv disappointed when lie learned that the girl was not here and hft could not be direct dtto beriH seemed reassurtd howeyjer when told that sUo haIa good home find iis beinjc wel takfn arc or Western decJar J tLat hIouIy object was to see thegirl and if she was content ed and well provide for beJ would not Iry to interfere otherwise he thought to take her back to lite mountain home with him After beinaued that it would bo useless for him under the cirpumstauces tosearch for the girl the fellow struck out overll the Danville road on his Ionll tramp homeward l 1 GOOD UANDSAlrnai fevers wbowUlba1ememberedns exceptlpnally bright and pr tty girl and wha was given a homo witbthe famUyiof Mr Walter Brown for some time after the tragedy has been given a QntDO AipibC Kentucky ihildrsiHome Society and is sal to beIi in good hands It is one of the rules of this society that after a child ha once been given to its care that the identity of the child is lost and its relatives areII j pposedto JtqoV nothing of Itsj wberaabouts This is done in orHer to prevent troublesome kinfolks from trying to reclaim children aft rthay have been r o1redtoan pge when they could be ofsome use This Solciety has done a great deall good and several cases of local iflterest givel evidence of its good work Four of the little West chlldreD Whose father and moth e Lad both met such tragic deaths were given Jato the care ioftLe now have good homesn different part of IMB country two are said to be together in Illinois one in Ohio TennesseoSever111 adopted by families in ihlscoun sty from the society The hearl brfDcbrois tIn Louisville and they publjslV a lifcfie paper known as The j OIiUdrera Call jJIgt sigsometime since about the need of a good graded school in this townhavo1fen wen r e d flc1tba4iioad a izu o rod citf2 ns remark i te is a goodr one au4 s r Jusned along Njearl every ono agrees that there should be Sjatirsycloss school or college itefe till iitjs only u question of tno bfist plan to pursue to bring about the desired resale These suggestions are mane that some of our citzons may gettogether and before time for another school session rolls around devise a plan by whJhe people of Springfield ahd W ashington counly may educate their chil drenin ii good school tt home and here will be fo ecessihy of sending them away to some Other town to shl1 a Thero was a young ECONOMY from thb northern part ofthe county the other day who evidently I1ievesin being prudentand economical in all things oven when it comes to getting married He came in an3 apoled a thejCoantv Clerks Office tfie other 4 vfor a license to get married but on being told that the fee for issuing such a document would be tjrti dollars hesitated and argued lloud and long about the price One would have thought that he was oh a traJe for a baiidmedown suit of clothes instead of for the necessary pager with which to secure a wife tQ hear his pleadings for a reduction He offerea a dollar then a dollar and a halt which he solemnly declared WBS the extent of his wealth and finally started to leave town with ttastaternent thit be could not afford the price of a license but Ilater reconsidered tbe matteij I1Vhcame- b ck and produced the cece5S ryI coin The remark was dlhisprnJdl life be would die l richman if hiIifiasnt cut ffJ in its lou b V Jf ODESTY I am sure FALSE twill echo the sentiment of every country tevspapei editor when I say a word against that feelingliilse modesty or something else tbat some pee plesoemto hive about giving news items to your homo paper Theeditor is always glad to pub lish any item of personal nndI local interest and tries to gpt iin all such but occasionally something is missed and then thq paper catchejt ftr not giving all the news II people have anything of iritereit concerning feemselves or friends we are alwaicsslad to get it and dont bb afsQU ay that yod are too anxious to get yoar name in the paper That is what the paper is here for following points 1 POINTSTle we clip from anexchange General advertising operates on a community in a general way but tho feature that directs tle steps of the pur ob user straight to your store i3 the fact of the published price and description of the gtods conIlserV3tiVe yield to such a degenerating tendency the traditions of these establishments were against it and so it was frowned down al though unfortunately for them it refused lo be frowned ilowri to any great extent the practice grew and iis friends tpday are legion One by one the great stores have fallen into line 1 ho latest convert to the idea is Tiffany U aw Yorks great jeweler Tiffanys advertisements now bristlo wKth prices The great American maxim Suit your g6ltoyour customers tuste- andfi your price to their POOI klcetsJ Las won out Mtoos wa clilhlran are hmbltt vlth bod colds croup or whooping njEl l nji tl1ethainhc211Lru iCdu 4 i1d- 4wiys keopit In 1IrnitUlie Is1 nt1 in 9 n fditlf ii 9r II IcJor 1OIf muii1 l 1 rj l bSU1sbi ii 1iJW- oborfil F 4 t flpS Tlnst Wo otTer Cno u pOredl Dollars Rovarc fornny cns i of oti fntarrh that cannot be cured by JInUb tnrrb Cure P J CHEXEy 00 PrprflToodQO We the uuderfilj nod have known V J Cheney foe lliq Inst 15 yo nnd bEi Hoye film pcrfeeft lhonorable in nil bus iness transactions and ilnundally able to carry out any obi pilous made by thMr flrni West A Truax W iplcsalo Druggists To lodo O VjldIng KInnnn t Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 fTrails Catnrrh C iro is trkcn internally nctinjr dfiectiy up m the blood nndmijr USH rrnC JotJI system Prico 7c tier JJottta Cola Ir nU druggists Tea Union lab free I J 1MTHOUS FARMERS Notices stock seen or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted In this coll man riiEB or J nrmftrs arc qncstcd tosentlJa ock or crop Items f publication 4j I have a numtielof Buff OocWn and Light BrahmajO lcerels for sale atS1 each Mt1ijV T McEtnoY f t SpringfloM Ky Lj Jake Kimberlajjn ebippod a carload of mules and horses to Alabama last week with J SKhnberkin and Qeo Qoodo in charge 1 rrhVOThey expect t some gre racing at LpuJSvillp Kyin theapring i bme rich stakes yillbe disposed ofj incitiding the 31000 Futurity for2 yearolds f t Charles B Ecton of Clark county sold to nit Sterling millers 2100 bushels of wheat ofhis own raising at eioi Tim whcatwa principally the crop of 1895 t Ita Fox flijld to Mr Scarlet a Cin cinnati friend of Jpv Bradley a fancy flvoyearold coach hor e for 250 and to Vm Dngan two nice road t ltJ for 250 Danville A q 1txoclJteIJT Huguoly sold to B 0 Fox an4C oaIt McKee atJJanvillo fifty good yearling mules at si pet toad HO also sold toPox Uooroad horses 9203 and one cotton mule for 65 tl t faJ1 John Brown this county ia about only farmer wo have headof whq is fortunate as to havo any wheat hold over for the high prioe He eold a lot last week at 00 cents po bushel t i TvcntythonaandbuahelswHl fully rtover the amount of wheat inthd jhands of The iarnera of W odlord county Local buyers are offering cents for wheat with a gradual up wmI tendeneThe Sun t7 The Nokon CoiSityrFair Association this week elected officers for the year as follows W I SamuelsiPresident i Ben Johnson BP Qrigsby and A B Carothera vicePresidentfl The date for holding thefalr thin year was fixedI for Sept 7th andto continue ilv c dllysl TPTg to tIle Kansas City mes jhOrSeajwere 000000 above tho rees a year ago The prices paid for oattloV ai from 40 to GOper cent n hundred wSfW higher than in 1B5 iiiThose whohave tried tho Hacknoy cross on Kentucky mares are Very much phased with the experiment Mr T W Mihtpn of Marion county has some handsome youngsters ofihfa cross and thinks thiiy will sell high up in tho handreHa Mr 1prattyII Ray has recently taken a partnerahip with Mr Minton Farmers Homo Journal tt 4 With ono or perhaps two exceptions the private deal ra in fine hbrea arc experiencing more difficulty in getting horses than they find in getting cun tomers sayatho New York HcrattJI It is by no means an uncommon oc currenee for la dealer to get an order train a tegular patron for a pair of horueo price and date delivery be ing loft an open detail size And color only stated 1 Btghthnndrednnd fifty mu es wcr are informed Changed hands In Colum bia last Saturday Monday ajd Taea dill inountjngall tolc to 10000 The highest priced load brobght Vl35 per hoad the average of the whole lot bo lIng 638 23 This may notbb a Very dignified and highly cultivate para graph but Is jievertheldgdFBlrictly busineaa and a pond and strong ono Domocratif I A tote t dJ77v450OQ9 bnalielsol avail l qali lahko lat s bKa 1bgOJ1 r q o n buoX 1 j1A At i bandolast Saturday was larger than on January 1 1892 but that on tb- Paciflecoast was less than onehalf the tctal five yeara ago whichrhakes the aggregate at the beginning of the current year smaller than it was Jye years ago Bradstreet 4 My daughter When rocaver1ng from an attack of lover wan n great KuOoror from pain in the back and hips vilt e Loudon Grover of rclls1Y After n u1fulte a number of remedies with out ny benefit she tried on i bottle of Chainborlaloa PaIn Haliu nndit has jlvon entire relief jUliamborlaliia Pain Balm is also n certain ewe for rhenthutinnj S1ta tby Hajilon Hob erisent v CORREPONDENE WILLISBURG From par Hvsulat Co souantl iWssMury GriderKas returned fr Anderson COUflL7L G B Hawkins has returned Iroi LawreC Will burg yx Green of Bloopildi was here Monday Misses Hestor and Kat Rtiss tare vislling Mrs L Piinney Miss Lizzie ObnsjiHt Garrani county js visittb Ms Pay Sutherland Dr U2attQfjUe WaUt locite at this place Wo hear of several candidates ifor tto various county fl1ces1t- hink lilt should announce them selves in the columns of the NEWSfFADER Wo Kimberlin has moved near FalrvicJi On last Monday night Miss Hester Ross Invited her matfy friends to an entertainment aJMr LafiFinnevst It was anI enjoyable affair and was carriedt on to its due importance At10t oclock all repaired to the dining iIi where retrjesk enVa vtu served ir an uptodate manner lWhpnovtra lIt tells ypi he ll jfsomething just us gixI for cougtrlp otciLs Dr liolls Pino TarIIoitey dont you boltove It for we guarnntop that it- not tcuo AVa make the genuine anTT authorize al druggisLs to guurantoo Itsj THK li E SwrnEULAND MKDICINR CoiPaancab KyS i MAGKVILLB tcon Oar Sparli t1ssrelatives in Loaisytlle HJlmer Anderson loft last Mon day for Winchester where he attends W Slej an College Miss SaleFIemingof Indt napolid ba been the fruestv of nHatives horn for several days A prQtra ted meetivg is in J progress at the Methodist Church this week Klr4 Willis Shreves ancT Roy mow Glascock qf Bradfords villp were hare Ilast week I nihef Y PS 0 E of this place gave quite ai ehjovable Jnt6rtainment at the residence j oiiPCoar on last Friday nghtrjHriighttul l refreshtiieats were sprveff i nfrvdfliaty aaiiBgr to all present James Turner who has ben on the sick list for severall days is uow convalescent chuyler 30owls will return to Pin tori Indiana tbiweokJ L N Arnold and TiGra Qs iolthehaving moved his blacksmith shop two doors below 1Vycotfs drup store Irof Cheek bas a flouHshJng school at the college New pu pUs are being ourQlled vcvBry week Several from distance are in attendance Jiuronco apd HJclrar Aflams oftlt rzodsburg passed through this place last SatiTrdiYenrouite for Pleasant Grove Clark McKUtrick a cblopeh tFentir crop to lAke ti Oo lff apjinKffeldvat5a 2 V Mr johX 5vp oey l1s wr vaabyoaai 1altIfrQt ri gffcots of noujrtn Btc I iLi14 tt a bis id th toisspo critv 8lIrJt U ll 1 t l L1uiJi i v it I founcjgand results from the Uso o Dr Bolls VlneTnrIIonoy in the treft monl of nujLcljUflrPn for whooplnjs cough ounij toyii F Bailor Wricliest r Ky T wouldTJa r bDIII1e Rut s luf vant1dock nil hocan o Show thosvorcIhos uota man Our mind IDS undergone n most wonderful change of late in refer ence to thq class off supposed m4n bein8 wile were formerly de6 rgnatedas dandies but now beti ter l nown as dmle Wo once believed that they ought to be smothered to death in the fipapl ir rel or else huiiup to drt iflus smoked herring But wfe haye changed our 6pliupa in roterc J rcJia4elearnedleEl A dude is onlyl an oxcresence on the bpdy jooinl Willie he does no eartolg pidct it is rarothat Ue ever does nssthg that would asfoft l I 1notliirigwhotbe petted jiy a eiliy mother td ogle the silly Erisv dfaivhia breatbanrl rJtiqn atflothrh the world without creatingi ja riljplct Ho is the lpug dpjr of societyrpetted and spoiled and his fomidgis moutnqc1jl I1JbI thpf9 iP twhom 4e- eiid1ir rnat biond and raiment A real fi5ldpclu jlit the harmless neicessury cat putted by some stoned by ethers and regarded aa of but 4Utlo importance by seneibo people lie is honest because lie is ttqiHlazy to dheatj he1 is truiafut becaiise lie has not theJ inKenufty tolie ho iidJtoiJlnnt red because ho has noc tile energy nor StrrrSt rl1tcJ The best thing thduiedoeis whehfchailieaan UfaiIs to lea ve any of his progeny tto perpetuate his species Tho dude never leavps a family ofchiiilren to weep ovjjr the illsnent hfoot a irortl pii fl1lhcrlls he hijiiolrisi fortin el the lastandthoothlo the rncuof uch being8 IIe15 LotheIiuman- amily wiat the njiUleMS to the int 9fJP9stqrttyj 011tIleExchange 1Jli To FInd Out Fill abottla or comraohw for glass milt uHne and Ie6 it stand tvrcntyfaar tbu easlyliment or settling Indicates a diseased tst1lnat orlpulathat tee kidneys and ijltcWe are out of flrder WHAT TO DO- ihareIs comfort in tho kowlonexpressed thatDcKllni3rJa SwampRoot tha great kidney HlE7jIflllsovery wish rolievlng painin Uie bck kldne s Uyer bladdorjind eyery part of the nrlnary paw eases It corrects Inability to hold nrino and scaldlnR pain in passing tt or nder tocia followlnj use of liquor vruo or herr nlJoveicomoi that implect nt uscessity of beinffconrpaUed to get ninny timtj durinctho nTRhtl o rtioroTnarj effect BwompUoot U soon realized I stands the hJh stror its Won Jorfuldunw ottoinWt distressing diet you need a mcdiclno yoashouW hare the best by draRglsts price fifty cents and on6 dollar For sumplo bpftle nnd uawnhlct bqthKntfrco by Inall roentioii NnxviLHAiiEt and send your full ppsof tJnghl1intoniwr Ruoautea tfeo gonuhlonosa ot thla dffar t t r Mv lrPrU3 Greatest ijceiic New Yorks famous thoroughfare Broadway has been the scene1 of some wonderful events But fbe one scne wh1pV6V U8tandsvn3 the most remarkable lIn po Qt f enUm slasiri is Louts QssuthlIr roous ride up Iro3kini1 Koss smb hail nlroatf saeVand pjiVaod flirodg1acrjwclor uOOiOOO people in hiStriumphal ado up the great thoro gfltr llze 1niriitini- itnnlni1 lJt wovej1 occurred Whan tiifrgwut i Iliururiwn liiftrfCft rcHclicd the cOrnar oi BVoaihry ajul Ann street J ne sight that burt liuvri hun IfU rfdJin1ortlie jfta Vnf- ID ibifet r1aYL Ihillii ri tntet t tr4rttI11J itt ll1dSfH 1- 4tqt4 trc ru t H v h wf1tt r r r eIrt i gP ur ljt l44 tleljt41 hr to r J y cooit 1reud1ui Ajit was wiii I tjn IGIGOotfY Il Jlo everii oJli tell tih ib qctualPceiVt at Ann street fball o injin a picturo by D- ztruhowin ICossajU iii4 f najic as rhV groatt scene brJli 1isftfi true bloyflciTey nltt Tar Is tic h tIe irJ1Y n flubdrtsOu k f4SBLJC Sj ti Z AcOCUTP1ICEt r tjuno dfeceiiled we will sell ai ji he Quicry on J r V1enesda1Feli iPi rI A tract of land con ln nfng SfrIt iIs aTjtrt of tto land oncI- glatel Tuna G HamiTtonbottiwf nsfljt by the ltfld3 flsmilbiidast P Milntire F F Wdd on t1e t Bsristowi jid si pike on tli iorth 0 buildings naj ca4bi inW icfrtableof stock water and a verf fine lot timber Splbndid situijtic ti for saw mill to ctit up surplus Tbrf jlami is in a highetate of cnltivt and nsafly all sot in grass r jWil take pleasure In shoKin ljland to any probable purclmter 1 salp will take place at 1 oclock on the premises 2ERM1jho ind will b for one third cash the balajwt one and two years to be eca by lien Bptes bearing interest i date htitFfn deiault of payiBtli first note the tote for 8 c04iiliiy ment to become due 4 1IA and II A U MILTOJI DIII lfiinslliaciy TtiellnrJinMi r c1rrepotk of tlC Gloverport1 News rewirrwi thig intertsting bitf Kentiaky history In a conyersaiioii abU the Old Indian fort that Btaodv low town away back in 17tO an irn IOldetst was relatedofIDlUr fcbravery itic1fJTiaan an 1j161etolt Jlardin in coapai iJtillt near Staplar sport While oftttefti way thay were surptiied by r F4 five Indians nod Rauture Ln fef dIn waiavcrybravothin ofciu and was nod fprhis figntiiijt ities anfongflie Indians AithaMj iinUiialnstance ho wns overpowciH ig he anor his companion kept A clu J watch lor some means to gpci better of the red men Be a Ilarahfieltr lhad their liands tn behind them with QnNk wUica from the Wabils lh J diana tooktheteboUi to the of Smkinji iniondinf to c tltinss4he rietr Alfkd t eJ hans wovw rllctint a rsft carry Ih cm ever Hnrdini had aged 5 to wont ojia nftl bIlTldslNi- hso u was reidv toaic fixnjv Jlf tprd iiis cPmpaniobV HttV URWiJ iHowever to Wcautloula Aria on thric Ivokoutittidon the firat bpportusi- ty tthey would tnwlfe bittlB aud t h LfaralIfiell mut1llt Un III1Jwnsa utcIitBiSBI It w ai bit lttlr wIfileA91cn 1fsrdih l ncoftntlJ1rkrn his lOOl b from liii Mthcd fio fate u IiongI1lct f1v 8Jtl kriooket on ot the adians Jnti the riv 3ilngaj gintle iiemft murnerthb shotiiioilit ir00 f aiit thuIt tmli alltO ftight fooiig bofei5nis- fniend iLIaslielJ t his 1ar r pVisp e1ni utnTfjoup qJtae a runnisi2afuIl tifultle river banit tlTurdfn ill flkn waj b 10 thofuri and srte1 r16 dotduylns fripd v llaraflili atrg f1 ftt i8lrftet tlbt1 it wissIic c N4th tt fW JU Iett R4t t a4I 1NwrlcJ v at tc w d1tt r t lIAIt i b rffrtjtI 1 1hlt t nt iJ tct 1r tb 4t 4pt wWrII4 1 tLr yJf- t irJ t 7 i i i Jif f II F j3 THEr r NEWSLEADEASfir i t A i 0 TWiJ DER7f fHtfftSBAY JAr 21 1697 t E L IDAVCN R ATJcLfES FE CIqCUIT JUDGE k y 1ives7 r Wa Jtbaiirlto anuouncHW Thv4 cnkarlori ocnuty 1111 o ndldatd I r pSnfttt Jttdgpol the lcvcnlU Judlc V Tatdistrict composed of the connlltft of Marion Taylor th eon nu Washington i Rnbjltaft tSo aqtlon of the Doinocrallo p gr j y tyN ovcxov1vtIon 1897 i t Lflsoor SUPEtNFEDENT ij boter i Vearo evth prized to announce Or t detLb kjr wrttdldnte for Cpunry y ijlttr rtc kiLtpof public schools for ylii i jnty sntyot tp the nc tionlofc the Dctloflratlc primary to be i tt 1aondwockInFtbruary j Sounders ir j jVfiHftvrnfr tbat the educational and j pqlitidttl iritorc U of the county should bt topiirjitOj OJid tho utanaEemont oT tho puDiio wholg Mnbampored by party u iartcf I hrcby ailuounce myself L a1 1udpudeut candidate for tho office T4JCpumy buiBrinlendent of Ooiiunon tiSvSblg 6fWL1S4iJ ton county Having ibe coat ct et1svItIi schoolipteresta from Irpoetical knowledge a taachetB requIrornoiits Behevinjc my Bolf ooaipotent to fiilflll tbo duties of tbo oftlceand promising ja conscientious ii perornnnco ofr them if it is the pleasure of tile people to bestow it upon me f- heiooys Jzcit tko support of tim voters r4 of tfld county and tho Budorsemont of all political parties Having no voto tpaUticntaspirallbns leak this Mono r interested In odncahqn and not as a pol cttc1anf Kcspoctf ully LOUISE R AUNDERS tp i QbSWE1ABLE dissatisfrtto- olt Lt9uod in DemocratIc M i s 10 thia county byth9 act t 1 t dItrit cornmittee of tiaL district m cnangingr c i Ij dden1y thJpianIbc nom yc i andidates for Circuit t j Djs rict Attorney i iU dmtt ch1d decided to t riilnv itIn for somE tlm- eNt 4 4 ia April but suddenly changed noir Ar roiiids ltt have tllecided to 3sn old fashioned primary i ra4 fqny good Domdcrats c 1 a Vtuk that ibis after vhoy ht ou the park of the com i l joUlce f niore in the interest of a certain cahdidate than ija that qZ of theparty generally and SB i i flous doubts iajB entertained as tp the wisdom o the committees 1a n revoking their original 5ali at this ate PrOminent members of the party Ho not I Shesitto to express their dissat- Isfaction publicly anti emphat icl1y 1i iSIN this issue we publish the nnauricemeut of Miss Louise fiaanders who desires the good 7 people of Washington county to cast their votes for erat the Ppxt election fo t tne office of r County Superintendent of Com U 1 mon Spbools Mtes Saunders is j ijmqKn ipthB large majority of the oeiplet of SgEingtield and Washlbston pJIUtV as aQung womanQtieti prac t tlcal l common sense up todate i36 s thevoffice fp which she J frriispiree tjk is one for which the qaal icatLon3of a progreasiyewoman i are a5 w li adaplod as those of a inatanjher experience asa tachergivOsher a familiarity tr ii with tbe details ol the workings systemi 1 LwhIch wiltbepf value to a su t per in tendon t Miss Saunders Jr announces that she believes it CoI rtf4i thertIjjestsofIhe anagement f of pubii5 schools that the educa tioual and political interests o- fI if the county should be separate lj v and therefore oil rherselfas io J T Tan independent candidate ti Banktwas closedby 3S Examiner James St Escott yes s4f erday morning by order of the c Controller of the Currency The Institution mid been vrcak for 60XiBitne and fa suspensionj caosed p surprise PresidentI thfaLlure443caI I t i i 1jv c J of 44 I y def SfecVLouisvi lie ifeposit Bank Cash on hand at the lime of suspension was about 560000 deposits 55205000 certincates 60000 Tho officers say the bank will pay out and that no other banks wlirbe affected but that jis always4he cry when a failure is firstannounced THEPbiJulistet throughput the state seem to be faring UUi then dea1 s with the silventes The fusion in Breckinridga county gives the Populists the Representative The fusion in Caldweli county has been rati tied It Igives the Populists the State Senator from that district In Grayson county also the Populists were given the right to name the candidate for Ke presentativc TLe Populists in Graves county refused to fuse and a similar course is threatened In ilardin unless the silyefites pay a good price in tho way ot offices lit is not probable if the latest action of the district committee in changing plans by calling a primary instead of a Convention to select candidates for judge and attorney that Mr 0 C McChord will enter the race Mr Mcqtdwhen questioned in regard to the matter said that bebadaboutlIlac1e up his mILd to go into the convention and had good assurance that be could win The committees action however has so changed matters that he iis now undecided about enteriug the race at all In any event he says he will wait awhile and see what is the next move as ii may be that the committee will again change its mind LOUISVILLE turns up with her periodical scandal in her city goyernmnt apd tow they say tlsixtl Council for accepting bribes are expected to result from the in vostigation by the grand jury QUARTERLY COURT 4 There was quite a large docket called by Judge Thompson in Quarterly Court wbich was held here Monday A number of small cases were passed or set tied without controversy Among those that WQnt to trial were the followIrgSF MGray suaJ M Greg ory for tbo possession of two sheep which hadstrayed or been wayaJsheep were prolably worth in these times of low prices about two dOllars and a half apiece but the costs alone o say noth ing of attorneys fees in the case ampurited to over thirty dollars The jury gave a verdict In favor Gray the plaintiff The case of John Hendron g was trans ferred to toe Circuit Court Nelson against J D Yankey sa case brought about byn controversey over a mute It was continuedJ was given judge mont of 48 90 against John ShewmakerCASTORA IFor Infants andChildren nt eI d UIe enrT tnJif Workman Exchange When n atrango barber cornea to town and wants work ho does not waste his time and shoo leather walking around inquiring at tho shops for a position He goes to ono registershisend a newspaper and proceeds to make himself comfortable Boss barbers are comingin nt all hours of tha day and if the applicant is sober he is sure to get a chance to show hjs skill within 24 hours The confectioners and bakers on emplorCC9IfromHdu8tonand Allen streets The ez change in a largo naloonNow rYorkjMuirantl Express t j i1 t 4- UJ i Tz- c TM1Ig 4 i t H Y THE NEN YEAR L 1f 1i RIGHTj y By paying Cash and save from 25 to 50 per centrWr will sell for cash andcou 1try producef and have put the knife deep into the stock now on hand and to close out balance of Winter goods we make the ibltbwing prices 16 00 Suits at 81 100 G 00 Pants for4 00 1100 tuts at 1750 84 00 Pants for8 00 51000 Suits at 700 SS 25 Pants for 2 50 9 00 Suits at 650 225 Pants for 175 S7 50 Suits at 5 00 2 00 Pansfor81 50 6 00 Suits at 400 1 50 Pants for 1CO r Boys and CMlorens Clothing Gut Down In Proportion Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoesa little out ol style at one na1f former prices Good line of Monarch Sbirts to close out at Cost Large line of Best Linen Collars a little put of style to close out at 5 cents each Jnderwbar Gloves and Hos iery to close out at Ooht The greatest bargains in Dress Hoods ever offered in Springfield Entire stock which is yet large ut down to prices that mean sell This Cut Puce Sale will continue until March First Overcoats Mackintosh Coats and Ladies Wraps at any price to close out J Qm MANSFIELD A ROYAL CO NERIHow the Sacred If Lonely Precinct Vna Invaded by tin American An American attending a wedding re ception in a great houw in Lcudon con gratulated bride and bridegrcom aud pasEed the usual compliireuts with the host and hostess Thorn was a grrat fhrcug of gnesta and he could cot linger at tho entrance wereIPerceivinfra quiet corner to the right of the bride whore a gentleman aid a lady were standing apart from the other guests he went directly to ire nnwit tingly coming to a stop between two toyrj personages Tbo American was not aware cf tho fact that ho was face to face with onecf the queens daughters and had turned his bock upon another member of tbt royal family He stood quietly looking about hoping to see some acquaintance in tbo company with whom he might have a chat and soon became aocom fortably con ciooa that ho was attracting nttentiou and that the hcstera cud bride were casting uneasy glances in tho die rection of the corner where he had taken shelter While tho drawing room was crowded the company of guMta with one ccfoent avoided the secluded corner where ho and his two roycl companions wcro stationed An acquaintance in the background perceived his mistake and coming with in hailing distance motioned to him Ho loft his two companions in IxoluroioIoccupation of the corner book upon both as he edged his way through the throng while everybody stared at idea When ho reached spot where his acquaintance was thoI lag for him the stage whisper wes breathed into his car You havo been poaching cn Toyal preserves You ore a privileged charac tar Because you aro nu American but no Englishman ventures to tarn his buck upon n prince or n princess People wc y staring you out of ronnteuanroJmiso they took itfor grauted tj 4on must bo a royal pereouagexTcttlcy vcre uu M u Tho answer might have Ifcnrnade 171tbemeaningless pleasantry in an I usliyh drawing ro m where social ctkjnctto lint a sanctity superior to loyalty to domccrotio principle The American thanked his friend for rescuing him from an cmbcrraooing po sition and then stood by aud watched the comer whore royalty was isolated from too close contact with the world of wealth and fashion No guest approached the royal pair Their presence wns nn net of condescen sion to the host and bastes ocd they remained on exhibition as tho patrons hulugIapproach fro cheer ly and there was n general sense cf relief when they departed and tho ueces Eityfor backing away from them cu sidetracks was removed Youths Compou Jon NEED FOR SLEEP The SIcat Important Ccmpeiuatlon ror All Effecto cf Fati Byxfar the D cst important 6omrcQsa tibu for all effects qf fatigue ia Jeep Everybody oven the man mentally most inert develops when awake n mils cf mental effort which bo cannot afford continuously without suffering We need therefore regularly recsrriu riodff ju which the consumption of mental force shall bcclovrcr than the con tinnons replacement The lower the do greo to which tbo activity cf tbo brain sinks the nicro rapid and more com ulcto tim rrcnvnrr f i J t Ins Iiieurat vigor or moss men ia can ally maintained nt n certain height for tbo longest time in tho forenoon Eel dence of fatigue come on later at thin time cf day than in the evening when the store of force in ocr train has bern alreptly considerably drawn npon by the whole dnyn work Ifno recovery ly sleep is enjoyed or it is imperfect the ron eqnencts will invariably make themselves evident tbe next day in a deprcftdon cf incntul vigor ra weUf risa in tile persciual tmecoptibilliy 1in IbtlftVU rapidity Wilirw hich cat the prrrons I xperimrtcil upon coal perform his task in addition sank cLout n third after a nights jonraey by rail way with iusufljcirct ale p Another experimenter could detqet the cffccta of keeping himself awake tt nipbt in a gradual decrease of vigor lasting through four dojs This obscrvctirn wns ell the irorn surprising bemuse tboentjcct was not conscious of tbe long duration of the disturbance and woe first made aware of it incidentally by the results of contin ued mccstircraentfl on the causes cf the manifestations cf fatigue Popular Sci ence Mohtbly pmclnl Vithoat an Ofllcr Tho queens wntermen are cfEoinla without an office A waterman witbont a barge must besomotbing likes an editor witbunt a paper But wo must not for this difference that while ono fat Icet on the indulgence of the notion other would starve There are nIter of this admirable body of do nothings For yerfojmiug their ttask ad amicably they receive soJatiUli of about IL 5 n year Exchange GREAT GRAPE INDUSTRY The Shorts of Zjtlco Cli ut iqua Supply SlatS tbo Countrjr The manageajent of the vineyard is an interesting study aDd one which to bo Kucceasfol rcqus technical knowl edge In thfiJefRO vineyards as n rule theoywer = niwlf given personal super sSon to every detail Sometimes a manager or overseer performs these dn tics Quo of the largest growers in this section tolls me that the most successful grower is tho foreigner who with his family cf oight or teu comes and leases or buys 25 or 60 acres of laud each member cf tho family having his or her part in the work to perform from spring until picking time while the winter iis dovntPtl to the making of the boskets Thu3 no outside expenditure is incurred and when the grapes ore sold tho pro cecd3 return to tbo family aa the profit on the individual laborof tech member quito in contrast with the largo owner who ia compelled to hiruhelpto do each little thing ia addition to buying his baskets The Concord grape isthoqnly variety of nay conerqueree raised iu Ibis regiou and eomo iidea of the magnUnde of the business carried on rutty be bad when it iia known theist the shipments fcc one year from ChautauquU county alone will amount to 3 carloads 3vpCO baskets cf 10 poauds each in each oar Those are taken from tho grower by some one of the numerous growers as sociations whose bnsiuccs it ia to find a market Straugo as it may acorn it is nevertheless true that threefourths of them go to points WeSt of Chicago while tho other onofonrth travels eastward The making of baskets is nn impor employedThebasket Thus the grower who would find hia business in any way profitable must in addition to tho east of the basket realize at least cent per pound for his grapes while today it is n common thing to find a ten pound basket on the retail market slow sale nt 10 centa ThUs wb find that tho utmost care must bo taken in thcr management a rice yard to make it proUtableCbantuu qURU fj1bscrlt fOrtbewS LtAT1- rE only 51a vcw 1f l 1 J j r f eu aavas 455 HItJ 1flqllII TiJiiE S itJmc eaueHrreT sae fccrargandan F4fI vPc sou 1 Latest Marlut Cuotatlono Latest itri Pcws- AUk tin Lcci News Complete Press Reports largest irc2aiDS fg ttto South p33000 Arm ovErt g 50 CENTS ft MONTH Ia Or 300 a lear by unit Eft JNO A HADEMAN 9u an rounTH LOUlBVtLLC KENTUCKY t TO ftE A COLD IN OXE DAY Take Lax tivo Broiu QUinine TnbJetS Ml drugsrlstSk refund the money If it fails to euro v Oct 15Om rEDFAITHFUr MEN m WI WOMKXto travel for nsp n si le established house in a tucky Salary t780 and expenses Je st lion permanent Reference Enclose f addressed tumped envelopes aS National Star Insurance itldg Clnca u Nov 19at Black smithingI I de irt to notify alLOt my friends that I have leased the Casey Blacksmith shop for tho year ndom prepared to do all kinds of Black miithinp Horse shoeing nnd Cur rao repairing Your patronage is respectfully Solicit- edRUBEN MOCK SPRINGFIELD KY TEEV TWICE A WEEK Courier JOlIrnal 81 A YEAR 1 sued Nednesday and Sat urday Mornings Beginning January lf 1897 theI Weekly CourierJournal na dieting ed tu the TwiceaVeok Courier Journal Publication tiny arc Wednesday and Saturday The Wednesday paper will be devoted to news and political topic The Saturday issuo will be devoted to stories miscellany picturcspoetry paperEach oItwelve pages a wekun increase of two pages a week 104 pages or yearThe paper willnot ydll vthr pure ocrutiOjprinciplcs pnsV In sito of the expense volvedin the improvoments InI the pncff of tio TnieLaVeek- outierTournal will remain the 800u51u year A feature during rho comic g year will be tho editor isis of Mr Henry Watterson on political and other toocs of tie lay Dnily Tonricr iunrroll year 45 00 Daily and Sunday year 8 00 SumiaT alone Yeiir 00 TWICEAWEEK Courier Journal AND T- HENewsLeader BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 8L50 We have tun tld r apocinl club bint arrangement with the Twice a Week Courier Journal mini will send that paper and ours for the price named to all our subscribers who will renew anti pay in advance or to all new subscribers vhn will pay in advance Hatnplo copies of Courier Journal sent free on anpli ciuion All subscriptions under this offer must be soul to the NEWS LEADER SPRINGFIELD Iteforthe Effects Wore ilLre tollertbltbmHomo re Itiny said Farmer Shorlcrop Whuta got Into you am WV said the vi3tin farjMer 11 JJtt JulStit JiiCiUEsll Euqnirerr = 7CJ r ttjijBRING YOUR Ihti ttBILL HEADS titJi I2 1ILETTER HEAD Z t iJ j t T1 NOTEREADS I f4 2 If ENV1LOP1S N i t JfI= rNVIT TIOiTS a rBrl i4 c b Ererflhing in tIi C rnting Line to us r t We will do the work i quickl and nea44 r i II- THE NEY1SLEADER 4k45 ri J J M ntifoNWDEN JhYDON51e 1ti1 JJu n Ion CffLt 14 Managerv t Ai UnITe1tak ets if Enor lniroctors r CofIins l Caskets Euriiulll- of bob e af Kinds FVLL EQUrPD c pllJs a vf promptly rnghtor day jt lY i I- Jf oif t The seltilscf aft FXPiR1EiC 1 14iEMBALMER graialc ftcm h te1iemfilming have been Giipviedv I itt ur i SS JL TT 3 tm1 a 9to 1r Irci fcihaganBloci s1 1in c i1 KJI i4SS i eha Z WHiN THkEDEVLL 1 WtlS sick tta iMeij l i A monk Tvrfud bo lent when the liovtl pot trail The Dev1LiraIxaonl sas hl To got well and ln pp well take JJEAT8 J XATITE t bottlSJiik fftt Icat oiercLau ur druggist for It i S J5 APPLiSWe 2 I shippers of both preen awl drtc4 apples in ita state and yet tim ITijrkvu ait tTAll xreasjt is a ttfal Bblpment ttf profa these tact Stencils seat oT rfWv 1write as for further Iformation and ship year goods to rLthing la the grain or produce Une trlctly commissionS ff if HERNDONCARtER CO Ib ncoscsaycpLouIsyfl1cmJS J tir a- AA DAILYYPAPR FUR25UDi i 2 g n1i 1 Ie 1 f Tho Increastaff docaanifcr a dail rewtr At l fcihas i isvillo Post This corn Soe a pleto afternoon dally will 5Pitsend the Evening Post i t every week day In the tj year to any address by 20OimanpoSb1g paid for ioOr f The EvenIc Post Is the h ay 5 brightest and best after J Porthe 7 il j totoneon daily In the South H Edition At the ct i tIt prints the full Asso Ji EvesJng Post aLrssi s ioujpplemcnted vsCMrtiJponaenco from every ttunple owe THE EVENINQ POST LGUISVJU CLUBBED WITH ri ppgSt TITW iS A iAND5MtLijS BYHHI snIffTGB 1t u Zr4nn4W cssi Yr i d 7 J J V CbnttliMJ Jl Itucs e BOOKKffiJ1IO H8RIl1 1 mmirri t tSiejuoteJ JtoctttHttjer Locating qrwteaut in ZwroHw tUlO3 Vt l fWhen Baby sfclc we para her Castortx When she was a Child sb criodf or Cintorii When she became Ua cluing to When had Children Ibo gave th u CXutorla II roun tHcif1you are nothtq1tIgeiml JIITI5kRXtUihr nUdwUem In dtIe8eLfj JJucklens Arnica Saivc The best salve In The yrorld for Cuts nbeInqd wUlviIy cqrtuj or no pay- quired 1LIJ Jtmnuite Hl to give pert sitlsfiietlon or 1zqui 1fIII11 rtcoi coits JKT tirt nt Hay lpu i uh trIIIjrl1t tniA II Meiin JtUt11 MA U 1fr IfitI jIW1lilttUIP O1Wasaunau 4fnrthIrl3fl ala oar- qrQtmuixe5 off 5S t = Ai II T T Fnrzfi4p lecst shy ptzi ib ehrHtctiattitiIrpz I rFrhhs e J5SSii9 w t i 5554rf- 43r J I i 1tothtilt tyibit l i i 15 tlS Tctt t1ti4 i enfea445ESe i i T t i 1hySkin 4i1tvoson pei ILe5S iLeqtmiT5IfZcwt5S Itf tIV rltl r mt4ft tq nn1airiCteio 4 J icr5S hI4uuthssh f s ju Lapdri1 condltku t cntcr aCkgtSp 1w f sSSS 1S L f L 1t fi NEWSWLADERt i 7 r y t JfEISLElDE t b JEVJskYTiicasDAT vott La tsyI P Rii1I c oP AdVO WF EIKflK1- TORNEY ir AT LAW OFFICE wUn lh McjTnonn 4 to K R1 MSER I e liSTi I f r Dantat Opffatta1isPUrorme tZ TSETII EXTB ACTED IIAUW 1t w I ATlTJIOliT PAIN fl VM 8prtnjrf liJ oyery iiit Thurs t jfay and KHilay uaeh mouth r r Pcr i OFCEQvcstoee Maui offlce1No b834VAirth Avo IJ I Loui8ylleKy A tzJR JFRifTEHRT w 1t1fFJC HbUSf J to 4Pm z Tuesdays and SaturdfxyaT SUINGfELD K Nf U KYt t RJ Bffi COQPP- over HmyJoa Robortaqna drug g f Min St SPRINGJblELt KYe e rj Vlml MiRESIDENT DE4ITT S TEETH EXTRACTEDw WITHOUT PAIN I M dViiipD trajjaa ntfbo MansQeM A iiwiJii ftore1 SPJUNGrPlELD KY f 2 ttlijlil aadBridge WoiiA1iBcIally i t JF GREENES SALOONofi i I have opened saloon on Main J fetreet adjoioicff the grocery of S M l arriclr where I will be 7 pleased to haVe my friends and g patrotfs ball vbbn heeding any thing in thy Hotj I wll kept j liothing but the very best brandt the market affords Will make fc specialty of the fr AMjU U S fELLdWStUI which has p tStr f1J 1flt1lfilbetJ in the world Your patronage Solicited and courtesy extended v r c c B HAMON y fHS LIVERYIVIAN I TPirstCiass livery outfits New Buggies and jfastatdsafefiorsesi- Tersey wagdnS abd surreys fore t frthe use of excursion part cc orT dlrnmglers Tile most convenient hitchiLg arid feed llog place in wn J rMA1ST PKINnPIELD Krs f McKenna Whiskey riiis celebrated brand cf whiskey lkecp for rale at my bar and make I ipcia1tynfit fur lamily and for tuc licinttlnsp IUitl C A THOMPSON j t i Ig FENCING l J ruultry Tarm Garden Cemetery Lawn Xailroad and Bablut- Teicing ThouiaMa ofmUs in use Catalogue Free fretffM TmM Prices Low j Tb feWHlEH W8VEK WIRE FENCECOIj f JMr8 Jlf a Hllirlcrf SlCI Jor j jif4i rJif t kt i t ii3bVT TWNWhoII1oaaLhfonithOph Tho general hpn aely cried Troueh tbo nmoko djdgrope Aninn who ioachadhIk1e will lija Mid forJuck Tm not thE man ttroy- zL6tfroth oli K zick Ikep L wUgnt lhert t Doaler NajraTKonday will County Court day BOBNthwItof Jrrccabe00pa the IStKunstga ten poundgirl IF0BSALEMiIch cows Jlrseys andI Sporthornfl Call oil IJGMANSFIELD Of Louisvillc will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday DB MILES SATWDEEB will go to IMackyflieConduct revival meeting THE jncaaleB fitlU irritate the corn munity and the grlpis by no means ooaenIng1tI hold THE Louisville Store will commence packing on Tuesday next Tho time Is short come and get goods at one third their real value AjnroNB wishing to buy a Curtis Reed buggy as good as new should all on Pat Tobtaat the Springfield Hotel Ho selfjt toypu if you have any money at ail GEOBGE THtJBMAN a colored bar ber was arreste andiriedTueBday in Police Court for beating his wife He- asgiven15 with the trim plllgs THE ladles otJprayer meeting will meet on next Mondayafternoon at the home of Mrs 0 IL McElroy Iie word text will be serve THE Ladies Aid Society of the Bap lat chnrchia pr parad to do sewing and kindly solicit patronaga from all I charitably inclined persons who have sewing to be done THB Board of Supervisors adjourned laat week after having notified a ooi numbet9 tooomeJn and show cause why their assessment i hould not be raised They are in session today hearing protests TirE following marriage Ijconsca wer issued by the County Clerk dur ing the past week Thos Lawson and j Lacy Hudson John W Spraggins und Ret Cox A L Hardln and Maud CornS M KARRICX has purchased thef house and lot on Grandy avenue of Mn Conway and will move his fam y there shortly John 6 McElroy 20 owns Ibe placo now occupied by Mr Karrick a mils from town will move with his family into itaa soon as Mr Karrick vacates Spring cleaning in cue house is im portnt and to cleanse the human system is even more so NeataLax regofetesFor sale 50c a bottle by Haydon Robertson and Waters Browne SUPEIUNTESDENT M G Leachman requests us to announce that on the ast Thursday in January 23th at his- fficein Springfield that an examina- o Win be hetd for ny pupil of any common school having completed tho prescribed course of study See sec of the Common School Law STARRIEDJanuaiy 19 1897 in tho parlors of tho Wall Street Hotel by Rev William Stagings Mr Thos Lawjson to Miss Lucy Hudson of the Oardwejl neighborhood May their voyage down the stream of life be a happy and prosperous one and may neither one ever EeecatiBe to repent t IpthY h otIbn J A BOLD robbery was committed on Main Direct Lebanon Monday night about 11 oclock Mf T F House was held tip by two big negroes and robbed 6f 6850 They halted him near an elfictric light and demanded his money He refused and they knocked him own aud when a long knife was drawn ue gave up his cash The ne groes eaped ACCORDING to the eooseboone and- o all df the other big weather proph tn this was to be along harJ winterI he predictions so farjhave been aIlittle off but remember that there is yet time for the fioid winter blasts to get In their work ob you had better be prepared and send down to JI WaIter Browns coal yard and order a of coalI He yrlll deliver yon asI much as you want at 14 12 cents a bushel if you order now pun report from tho tobacco mar jketat Louisville this week says Re jcoipts this week have been light Only 1440 hhdS received out of which large per ceat has been durk ferings for the week amounted to 6104 hhds 811 of which wero rejected Rejections have been comparatively light sowing that sales all around haVe been very satisfactory The market is Very much stronger on all grades ot burley than It was in De cflmbeh fled oufley Is 2 cents higher than ftecember ina ket Shortheavy bodied tough tobaccos and red tips are higher than they hare been since last February The future of the market looks more encouraging than for borne time Sow of the patrons of the public schools have inado complaint about j who eiin j9Jn households n fJicJl Chero arfccascs of measles I c ot 1 H fJIS 1iIe r t beiiigiliOedth attend tchpdi There is a llaw against allowing dhllSreaexr posed to any contagoua diseas9s at tending school In this particdlar in stance we do not know jjust waere the fault lies but the NEWSLE iDEffnian Interviewed a well known citizen whose ehUdronbMcaught measiesat school so he said who vfas dboutas mad as a wet bqn and who declared that he intended to find out who responsible for permitting the apr ad OtB cqntagous disease through the schools He had bqeii looking tptbe 3dntIe and csponl3lbflftlcs of teachers indtisto s SOME of the peniocrats over In Lebanon evidently dont approve of tho action of the District Oomniitteo in changing the manner of electing candidates A special to the Conrier Jonrnal nay Third Is dissatisfaction here over the change in the manner fordircuitjnageupon wIth much disfavor by the peo pie outbid county who are tired of primaries and their attendant wrang les and dprrnpllon tho more so as Marion county the largest in the die trict was not considerad in the coun cUe of tho committee Prominent sllveritea have signed a protest and forwarded it toChairmtn Vaughn at Greonsburg in the hope that tho committee Will allow its previous action to stand TIlE Danville Advocate says Jack Hayden a negro boy about sixteen years of age was arrested yesterday afternoon by Officer Moore charged with stealing a horse from Jordon Finnell of Tatham Springs He was taken to Springfield for further vestigation The boy left this section some weeks ago to work for James Tarkington Of Bloomfield and prob ably wanted to get back by the cheapest method and borrowed Mr Fin noils hora If what is charged to him Is true Fliiirell traced his horse to Danville and Hayden iid Accused with trying to soli tho horse to various par ties along the road Falling in this h3 turned the animal loose on tho highway Hayden Is in jail hero and will be- ried at the February term of Circuit Court K Ti Sutherland Mod Coa Your remedies are taking whll her oid on a Guarantee and not n bottle or nckngo has boon returned ijouui any they can see better after uMng Suther landa HKO Eye Salvo thai they could before their eyes became toro Please hip as soon a convonlont I rietd the goods i1J Williams Druggist Uniontown K- yFRSONPL Uiaa Mattie llcllvoy lIn visiting In Dinvlllo Mlaa Rjbbio Slrnma vlaltlnjj at St Marya W K ilobartjaa Is in Cincinnati this weok Mtsa MlnjflolJ has returned from a visit Miss to LebanonILebanon last week Miss Eiicii NVatborf entertained at euchre last evening Miss Katio Cain entertains the 0 W at euchre tonight W 0 McChord was in Bardstown Tuesday on business WiWd Qreerf this county has gone to Texas on a vit Mr Frank Walls Jr of Louis vile was In town Sunday Mr Tom Comstock reports his family all sick with measles The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Mayos has been quits ill Miss Mar day with relatives at St Marys Messrs Bev Browno and Davy Cravcrof went to St Marya Sunday Five or six of the hihron of Bob Hardin McElroy are down with meas les tiflsc8Zolcna Thompson and Mai lie Raybourne are viaitin in Louis villo H 0 Leo Lebanon was over to spend Sunday wlb his mother and sisters 0 R McElroy has had quito a Bicgoof toe grIp He is still confined tohisihome Miss1 Pearl Oonnor returned Jioms Taeadiy after a wepka visit to her- eiaarMre Hat3 Villiami Mr Jack Beam oame up Sunday from Early Times for his wife who had been hero for several days Mr E B Browns went to outs vile laatweek and sold his tobacco crop Tlio average price was 6 l2c Clarke Craycroft left last Ritr1day for Louisville where he begins his studies m dentistry Succeas to you Clarke MiasCacatford who has been the charming guest of Mite Myrtle Mans field left yesterday for her homo at Ash vme N 0 Reports from CharlieHardin who Is in a Louisville In ttrmary Indicate that he is improving and may recover from his illness dClyfDrTcbringhoxirMrniihyseveraleek8e dt t 3t i J H 0 R Grundy was In Lonlsvlllo tobaccoireports the market to be 14 much tottir condition Mr E G X InUre one of the solid mapiiof the Rrederickdtowji ileighborhpbd was Jntrcnew bW anbeoriptioti to the NnwsLniinu1 thisf week and tq tale advantage of one of our clubbing o3Tqre Miss JnUa Craycroft entertaindd some of her young frends Monday night at an uOb3crvatlon1 party MiOT Mattie fIIvuywn tHe first prize thebotag Miss Susie Pope onfcortalncd tho O W 0 at euchre jm llast Wednesday night Dr Cooper Und Miss Robbio Simms carried off the prizes Re freshments were served and the affair was one of the most enjoyable of the many nice entertainments given to the club In our last issue we stated that Mr Wlfl T McElroy was down with measles when we shduld have said Wm H or Sir Tommvas he lis sometimes called Wm T says that ho had itho measles some fiftythree yeara ag3 Our friend Wm H has had quito a serious time and is still confined to his home F Sutiiorland Medicine Co Gents I wrlto this letter because I bo Hevn you hon have made a discovery in acutigh cold throat and lung roiiiody that the pooplo ought to have I refer to Dr Billrt PhiPTarnoney I hay thoroughly tested Itnnd know its merits It cur Any one who ever needs a reo mwly of this kind should noverbe vlth onta botfoof Dr Bulls hioTarlton oy JerrY M Porter Glass an Queiiswnrb P rtufahKy To Eligible Womm- Hanvd burg Djajocrat Lssttur lay a tall ourlyliearl od young rnnlZ cr came into this office and said ho wanted to put something in the paper lie was scate tat a desk and given pen and paper and wrote what id given be low Any young lady wonting n husband or anyone replying to the notice woull dwdi fu remember that some of our Greatest men were miserable spellers and that many and miny manly hearts throb be ueath jean jacket The advertiser impreasedus that any wnmun who hitched to hm would be on the safe side of plenty of corn dodgers and hoj nieat This iis what he wrote rlRDWBU f 1 WASHINOTUN COUNTY Kv j A Nsce yountt Miri ot 27 years countyKyi with IDU CriBdiiQ ludv with moans raatrymonialy Inclined if suited WESLEY MASTER UarJwcll Washington Co Ky The Record In the year 1801 181 lynching occuired in this country only two years and including 18S3 showing a smaller number Those years were 1888 when 122 persona were lynchedand 1890 with 127 fn 1892 the number was 23and in 1893 ij was 200 Of those whoso lives were tnken bmth violence last year 80 were negroes and 51 whites 122 in the South and 9 in tile North The decrease in this form of unlawful killing is agreea ible lint there is stillroom fot improvement It ifl tic more than h1rto tho tate of Kentucky to say that tho gaqcrul impreasion that she heida the nat in this awfal form oi lawbreaking is incorrect Louisi inn jtandj fist with 25 cases AluM oanTTflim y hl5 Tennessee third with 14 ilonJa 0ith 0while Kentucky and Georg e 9 each to their credit llopkinsvin en tuckian Adrownlnp man would hvo little jR6 for method of rescue which would ixfjiiljo lays A tlvapoptlc doesnt want to bother with a remedy tbdi Is going take Weeks to show Its banc clal eir xi s The Mount ebanon Shakers are offering a product under the name of Shaker Diges tive Cordial which yields lmro6j fiU relief The tory first dose proyas bon ilcJaJ in most canes and It la owing to their unbounded confl Jenoe In It that they bare put cent 8a mpl hottlea on the market Those can beiutdLthrougn any flrdffstet sad it will repay tlfojninilcted to fnul thq trifling sutii nccosirv to make a trial Te Slttkr Digestive Cordial relieves bj rtxtinir the Btonlrfch add aidiiij the dlgea Uoa of frfod PdLIt4 From Odr Rawldr Correspondent Mrs LiziSe NIalwho ha been quite stair wiUilii grippe is thought to be improving Mrs Maggie Jilcllvoy is OD the sick list Miss Mary Cacbicflied of pneo raonia last Thursday night and was buried at lMt Zion Friday Miss LUilio Nuft nod Mr Johania Seraonos of Harrotls burg5aie Yisitlnpf rotative hero Mrs S A Bavne and Miss Liza Kedwlcfc sent Saturday with lrlQ hir Jlardes y 1Il S Z7tC ttrlofrbCflt Fri diy h Mrsl M y 5 4 ii f1 iIiOXJGEN AS A HEALER n cord of Sotom Valuable Encllsh El- GoOrgEtokcr flerLmcnU as ad hrmrBarBeoiJr had ftn opportunity cf observing nifetboa inI which tte1 nativea treated their wounded comrades He tifeticed thnt they carried them to the highest point btaInabIoitntfl there or pcicd the wounds tto tthe purest air And the notion of Jmro water this Biinp e remedy frjiai fiwjft add sure thd worst cases yielding rapidly uuacr its lufln eucp doubtless the healthy state 6f the bytbwith the matter Dr Stoker was locI td bolicv6 thai tim oxygen curb might be applied td ulcers burns and Wonn5s of similar nature and on his return to thIs cbautry ho made several experl ineul30u finch cases and this morS ho saw ot itth firmer wiiahls bplicf in big discovery Bacteria consist of two kinds thn harmful mioroorgauisms and those necessary to tho system in Order that the mechanism of tho body may be carried on satisfactorily Bolero the diR covery of antiseptic surgery tho risk which was run wherever a raw surface wa exposed to the nit waS enOrmous hat with the introduction of antiseptics into tho treatment th danger was re duced to a minimum lodoform htf nl wnya been tho special medidui for use in tho case of ulcers nnd it ie not d pleasant one lint it tended to hold the bacteria at bay Now however noticed thnt in cases where oxygent bos betttl applied and where the wound iis healing tho progress was marked by this presence of common oVgaulsms n that if a relapsa occurred tho 011I diaappeaied od that ond is led to conclusion that a certain number ot IdihoIt waa decided to enter upon n wider Hold of operations and test this experi ment furtherfor it mast bo borne lit mind that as yet it is only an expert ment aud cccordiugly a committee of ladies nnd gentlemen undor the presi dency of Baronses BordoltContts un dertook to establish n hospital at 35 St GeorgVi sqnnre W The hospital In email bat if funds were forthcoming n larger house could bo secured Tho cxy gen used is said to bo first generated in nn iron funnel and tbouce it is pumped into India robber bags according to the ntreugth required Tho part effected hIthen irolosed in a wooden box with a glass lid and cased round with oilskiu A tube communicates with the box nnd tho bag and in this way the oxygen ii introduced into the box Other appa ratuses are contrived for the back head and other parts cf tho body The first effect is the cessation of pain cud tho healing properties aro qaickly discerned Ono casp of an ulcer of 40years stand tog hind yielded to the treatment ia threo works another of 18 ycara in an equally abort time and innny others had n similar tale to tell Not ouo of tho least of tM virtues of the oxygen isI its deodorizing powfr It has also beenII tried on cases of baldness with pult that the hair grow rapidly and in a c01dition1Toof oxygen may be carried proved bet it has ct least propertleiI tage that of extreme HIIs241 hours there ia no oxpcosa for dressings or medicluca British Sanitary ccord1 Her tdrA of Humor new delightful they nro those people wltloand a raarel delos10nI Miss P is a clover wcman collcnt teacher But the solid sciences nro more in bar particular lino than t anything which savors of tho article collpd fancy Somo years ago ono of the childrens magaziutd printed on amusing little jingle about a young lady at au archery party who became eo alarmed pt lbs promlsououH flight of the arrows that iu order to be perfectly safe from ham she seated bcreclf directly in front of t ago Miss P wai roadiu aloud from a bound voldme of tho wag azine to some cr ho yoauger pupils Sho read this jioclo and ccnghod over it till tears came Well well welll said doar Miss P now true to lifo that lal I know hundreds of young people who aro jnst foolish cuongh to bring their stools and sit clown iu that very opot Philsdel phia PreBS lIne a nruon Ilq really Cceeut want to be fa boOs Thins what ho says Do you believe it Wolljyes J know him pretty wcJl aud I know its a matter of coul srttbhiin cJonCQI islpnt boJlovo I quite follow oIWb wouldnt Jibe to feel ho was cvoiira4ir oIly responsible for all the lies that are ear on a atnonsmau uftof hid dcathOhtt- afo Post Hopeful oiplainlugho had just employed it Your predecessor he fiaid has gotten lila business oil tangled up sect if you take his place you will have a difficult task Getting order out of ChaosI tueertollyIll sell him n bill of goods if I have to hang oil to him nweekDotroit Free Press l t approir5tenosceut tho periabablo Jbo deCAying t Per1hllpsit I The pressure of atmosphere ou QI niaus body is nearly H hi tonejSEEKING A SIGN j Cwrxjfhrart lha worn drear rat dawns oa drearier nlthi wtlnont jrou hero t And flay riorr To oyutrdnct IJiwAaJ fccatt thilmise yes SvcMthoart beyonil thf ulshi That 1J1orkCprd sacieol Orsetbtfsui4 orvy itI hsor d ttJ rt1Iftsqyve tjQij ttuitld ret n Cr si 4 j T M9CHQR Rtrn Rtgo Iji jr 4- ii y t i iZ1RE OFrEh1rGj 11 J g g 412 iAt HiIaHI ORPfJCtOtHfNC tlrIJe r rfAT THE ATIt Rl 4 iiJj f rt1 i 1A Ever JaC in this or aby 1ItI r t y We bav a very large nI l 1 a fst04eiii fItREGARDLESS OF VALUE AP tv G jit 16 ti t aI 00U 15 S ItafbriOoo lj l6 Suits for 75b Wbbl Sttt c4 t 1 I t t t oy7 r i7C- 4 fJ 4iV i Aiir6oJi Clay Worsted Suits in Sabks ai f Frocks rediicefl fromSl c 6a5OSVtuI i J Childs Knee Suits a175c tad S106V r t s Worth dotiblo the price i we ask 4 i vs Full line Mens and LaOids jjiiderweai at flr iREDUCED RIC S t ti Ji DepartihenfDuntbuy our rtUpricks aiid see the BARGAINS we offer yoi il u lOH NlfJfJ 1 It fttt f1 j CURES Colic Cramps Diirmoca Flux Cholera IMorbus of HOTDROPS BREAKS UP A COLD BuIsEts EranfHEs E S SQePa Borne fto RuitrRo e joe be two and one half tunes a mcc ai asc bottle HERB MEDICINE STRlNOFHil Jr SCHOOL OF IEDICI8S A ND i1A17 lAN ARY TO IUNEV T66jfortyflrst A nnunl fusion opens Jcnnnrr 1 1887 aiicultp MunrlCOriadeurse Gbtntilltrr end Lnpnrntnry facilities ineurpasse StI5eU 4t be5fdu lu City and COUPE llospltas Jrcaataingu addres T JSAMUKf K WOODY M rDrfOO Yist Rroiulwaay E rr Llghtnlnc Hot Crops What a FunnY Nome Very True but Kll8Al Paffi Sold Evshrwhcrs Every Day Without Relief ThorCljl No Per Z5Til IVWiU fiNi IDM S1 wmisVMifJJE rIt GOLD EV1RYWflER1- Trrr4 ssaicijito or ass rDr Dolls rjnoTbrIIonoy cures nil ghrf and colds quickly Laxol the beat ftf cWtdred Doctors rtcommond It hi of Castor on v i 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I gLI t the best Magazines ands y Rev sp pers published ina the ccmntry ffered at re 4 d 4d rates to NEWS l LEADER subscriber UV Ae a spciial iDdoocmcnt to now Subcitber8 OfldIOfle who renew ttdae at no little trouble and ex ifCtiBei niaclp arrangements thniUrge niijabdr ol magazines nnd ttperft to offer them at greatly 5S Itedites In some cases we r1OU theREwsLEADEIt and the yipublication together for onet t 4I it tbii Drioe of the one r JSw the U Ietobegin and r fst list of some of tho I offersll i NEWSLEADEn nll Port iloijy v 275 i oururJonrua J twine a week 150f LjttiiYfnijQommcrpiuljvcekly 125 t llojuo AiFrmI 140t FaiBersIIoui Journal lO UinOtwnnisrujarr bune 140 fjfnciftaa Enquirer 140t antry treittleunh q tE Jntrstzite outrjmsjI SOs Thu1 2fASiJl11rlu4 f 1 il350 l tr blorJtJt cacd5 Ir l 150c I hJW t 30fw JKi pens Slngazfne 400s r lisrpbra Yeikly t 425 f lrpi8Dnia r 425 j8r3 Round Table 250 Y WorM rf 175s y5 Msizino 180 lctlLArJj Magazine 180 1001Ueiiewl t a 4i1I jTorsons who are ttpuMcd with ncJIf tT will iie interested in tho c poII reMtso WU1 U Pertn chief clark in i elCf service nt r thermlwav i Inc wo write Itgiycs mo pleas wto 10 testify the merits of chamber rJ aht ulie tholcla Utii 1urrhx a TIern jjF L iv rOil tvvo yoars bavcBitTered from VdljtahUcHu and am uhjcollo frequent evere 8tbCk8o1pllin in the stomach trrL irywols Oho or two doses nftbl 1yoribs t give irfccL tnc rrf25nnl cents ut hayden t jrt4fl1 SrT EARTRA1 SWEDISH STYLE it aogUt de Bear bat At0oticanFrlU9 Ito id Too Much For It B en JaraWil1 3triadt4e Swedish rnMl1J o trapping tears with Aropci IIrint9jgS Thq nr fell in rt8rrQjQ lotfll1 plan but kick v of tic American frills andiaBtill fii liberty About temilessouth of Sugar I rook in Vfiwea county John Vat inruas a ajnallsawmili and in the gpfinff rns his attention to boning iaaple 9t gaiyin whiel1 ho ia assisted Tyy larsen Ono lay be eont Jjarscn tlieJp5A jinnniiigbR breatlilessly shouting V bei cca gwwst HcndEu tnogunI A big black thEfboilorIWatson called itodthernian seized a rifle and started tojvard the woods Larsen anJHtl S other hired hand foJ rtlg armed with axes Veal lM diiappeired when they Thel giwlattbe eawMll and with hjjf ham wliith J dtcen tnlU amokchoajje NS l t4how ha 1 d SEE THAT THE a FAGSIMILE tSIGNATURE OF IS ON THE WRAPPER O- PBOTTLE EVER O- E1eUSTORIA Oaatcria is put up In cnwJxo tattles only It not sold in talk Doat lloa aayona to edl u5 eh on thap prcmls that It is Just M good analviU oiartr erery pnt pets Jnr gee Hat yon get 0ASTOBIA nWa11lt 1istut ere 1rnppe Lc1flI had seen tears trapped in Sweden nd proposed to catch this one secured an empty oil barrel 110III odin duo pf the lieatla and smeared tho iorwith maple sirup and honey He secured assistance and carried tho barrel toward a rpt tho bear vvaa supposed to re ide Ho dus 1 hole in tho grbuhij nd let tho baixel down into the j earth leaving about ten inches nb vo the groimd filling tho earth lightly about tho barrel Ho also thravr in a piece of ham bono for bruin to catch uwhifiof as an extra laughed at Larsen and said no bc r1oul be ioolish enough to fall into such aohallow trap antI f it did tho barrelwould not hold it The trapdid york liowever Tho following day whilo the men were working in a clump of woods near by they heard a scratching and growling tho direction of the boor ron orul ItTirrioI + woii it enough thoro was a big blacK RAIben foremost in tho barrel tight It snorted and tore chunks Ifin showers in tho air litSe itself Larson 1oghoueoandgeto shoot it Watson suggested nI cheaper and quicker method HfuII wasto dipwatcr out of theruntnear by pour it into thebarrel and drown he bear This improvement on the happingjortedtbP1 laborer filled two buckcita and ifii oa one into the barrel over tho ears baCk As thence cold water itsohaggycoatthob1uc foughtithical gurgle gurglebubble bubblo om the bottom of thq barrel caused the throe to hold their sides with laughter Larsen had started to throw the econd bucket of water down tint bears spine when it gave an un thy growl and tore ftselfJtefrom the barrel with a Jerk Wat son end his assistant ran a dead heat for tho log cabin throwing way their axes so aa not to bo imj eded in their sprint and Jarscn to light it the out with bnckot lelingI boor hittihg it full on the snout which the bear Btopped tomb au ih fitant before starting in pursuit of Larsen The latter thus gained about n hundred yards Larsen made for an embankment and just cleared the hill rolling over and ever as the bear made a vicious Junge after him with his paw TIn bear did not follow It sat down and licked thcUBirnp honeyand blood from its body find lolyt- 1lttoo Oil toward the woods New York Sun Saved by a Sptuace- It in possible toovorosilmatotho coar ago of n robber as may bo seen by this story by Jndgo Boyinbur Dv Thompson given in tho St Louis Republic AIcKdb rns the hero of n cS lIpeIt Avas In Canada where Mc Nab n brawny Scotchman wasn fellow colporteur of my father the Rev Sey mour Thompson The two became separated cu tho night of McNnba ndveutnre The Scotchman was riding through a forest unarmed Ho had a papkago ot Bibles ou oqe side of hi dIe and on the other a Etring of frozen finusageH which were to be thawed and cooked for his brqakfnst A highwayman stppped Mo Nfibs reflect ioua and his progress at tlisf samo time atnevctTbe Sotobznan was fr1gbtend H money in his boot mid lid Teanoa overi td remove tbo hoof nud satisfy thede nand ottthe robber His hand struck against the frozen ssnsago lie bqt thought himsef of these Perhaps tney would cc eptcr1iutencl ctim6j et r 1i J1i 1 AI I wasImnnwbou suddenly ho round himself alonG and heard the clatter oLn horses rapidly retreating hoofs Badly fright cued as ho was ifcNab laughed The rotibcr had mistaken the cracking of the sausage fpr tho cocking ofQpistolllntl had fled A Mouse Quarter Century nan I A vheclmau hung his bicycln from ttho ceiling cf his cellar anti notfar froinf n Bwingiug shelt on vhich food was kept A mouse jumped from the wall onto tbo tiro of the front wheel evi dently Loping thereby to reach thoBholf The wheel started nud monsio liatn rally ran toward tho highest part of it lit was able to stay on the fop of the hot coaIdu get enough of a foot hold to jniup to the wall When found uext morning the mouse was very ranch exhausted though etill rousing Thaj cylomeler showed that it had traveled over is flileaAIbany Express I wilY It Was an Oatrase A country rector complcined a well known dignitary of the church that he bad receivedi only for preaching a sermpu FiventOxCorllI preachcdthatBits Loretto litanies cannot be tracadbo ycud tho fifteenth century and did not crlgiuato at tho shrine but were carried there by pilgrims Such is the conolu iloxt after careful examination of Ea therSiurrenofCoognoIt flapdoodle Was first used by Captain Marryat in Peter SiniploJwnere it was made to moan the stuff they feed foolsou byPhidias68 feet high It was finished in tbeyear 444BC A PUZZLING PARIS HOUSE It lias Two Spiral Stolrtrnrf WhiCh Tools I41io Oiia at Times Pnri1ISIt does not figure in the guidebook S1 not among Ui3 places of interest IIIs photographed bnt tdall that is of greater intcrcet than many of ittt things that comn within this clan Thin honcn has entranrPS nt 35 l S EGI LOFFERI TI 1miI1Iypn1J3r jul rzdrngfnr PJlbV8heil isville year NEWS EADER p1 12tORT- his applies ton1l their iubscibers Irho hldins Kditlon ofIntortfollowing correspondent editors realizing treats mutter their for tinjl Chamberlains family gladly TRADE DESIGNS sending doscripUoa whether pulcntcbla AcnuI3mENtlFm lUfERH1A6 bcacUfalr yrelaDoWMUNN Urottdnrnr THE NEI8LEDERa3 j GIFT i U 1 Times bard nnd we Mstocd treat We have ranged mal subscribers girt thaiwill lau whole If year We will send every prison vhGcallsirt office and year advance fall of IulIowi high grae monthlies valuable hand books Farm flewsfarm Springfield Ohio pratical pope filled wjth ex 7perience actual farmers It ally editedUicroughiy up the times keeps its readers posted on wonderful made every month progressive agriculturist in science tilling Q1 cente annum Send free sample copy WomakiidAmonthly magazine for women homo stories poemo und sketches its clear wholesome editQrlalslts suggostionc on homo womans makes universal to in atSpring1IoIdcopy coats annum l Farm news Poultry 3ooka3rItten on caro of pool especially meet tho fi1needaOf farmer small breeder It pr3ctIcai can f1 suggestIonsThousandst Womanklitd Cock 00 k A eoUectIonor favorite recipes the good housekeepers p practicz4bousekeoperyou will IL Price cent3 I OFFERilillOUR OFFEr FREEl OUR To very paving arrears oneveocj scriptlon to NEWSLEADKK advuoijJ d bolbtheUbovc nonrIhs vill nIralto advantugcj- OCU booksrADDRESS 4 DAVISON Publisher JlIlj ItUUilViU Uuu iln the quarter the Paints Jloyul pufcco now given largely rcftau cheap jewelry rhop3 onto the residence of the moet liceiiiiona of French princes the rcgcut Orleans quarter one cf the njcsi rentral in Purls nil Americans hmo been Paris know but the honso whch rtora from tho Pnlaia UinvreIof the central spnco of tbo house continued separate right up the They nro iu a graceful Fpirnl fconso nine stories high n con ciderable height for cnn old A3 bJcokup the you ran hardly realize that th then ono result his arraugcneut one stairway takes you to the apartment tho tight tho second hoer the other stair way taktajoa the floor tbo second floor tbo right Yon must bo careful chocBO the right stairway when you ate going to nu apartment otherwito mount the sixth floor nod yourself the wrong side of the It Jg just wrjl fo go tho down by tbo other stairway It difHcfilt describe pnzzlhig effect cifthfR contrivauca tboso wlio see for tho first tltac iio morojn contrivance for eioitilig pro faulty causing confusion was over designed by nrchittct beauty in ftp riaiIcitv which 3 nu HesI j S55 r C ff i j t ltel Ostin nl at Lru Ifor SOc a awll THE I horny arnears nail new proarcsstve T stKold Ind Issued a WoirianV ol tlu1 JVestfleld NewM hearing ditorif April 8 from a winch tho pilntbd a of vital importance to sox remedy croup colds and bronchitis that I hoboon able to Aiththi Itemed v For use has nrt cqua I recoirimond 25 and 5Lecnt bottles for salo by Haydun is Robertson MARKS COPYRIGHTS ac Aaycao and tunj qulcklrnfccrtain free ai lurcnf on probaotT CoaniualcaWcs etrtctlr ustrn toil Jirvwi ctreaMtlon cf CO 381 Now Yorh cillhWJ robrob rOTh LID r Ra ci i- ==are arc to j our a pur 11 uJ a In the g and at A l 4t that is the practical ot tO and the advances by the of the soil 60 per for a and the j and praaaI Ue and work it a faVorite It cannot fail sample 60 the to the and the is You T the or l who reftd Wl like 25 p t l one up all and the in 4 vo nawi d anel Jr11 i1 uv ib of that up to rants and und d Tho ia cud who in it is a few nud ia to reef form Tho is very so yon wall ro is more stairway Tbo cf ia that first floor on on left ami so on Tho to first tho left on and on very to yon may BIar na find on as then to top and coins fa to tho on it genioua and The rirc it f 1P nf that it upon Tbd best It it s rtrteh hi 1T b the fit per on vautnQo over secret doors anti oucij la banana devices- It Is ti favorite trick with those who know the boneo to tako rncKlwatoly in toxicated friends to See it The man who knows tolls his frioud to go up stairs Then ho roes up himself by the opposite stairway When ho has gone thotLniluetradohim Tile inebriate endeavors to dojoinI running upland down Blairs but never ablo to cat b tho otherNew York Journal 1 her TranIHow did tho qoBOU of Shoba tr Tol vhcn went to see Solomon aiked tho teacher cf bur Sunday school class of littldgirls No outs venlurcd n hnswcr If you bad studied your lesson you could not have helped knowing wild their teacher Ityw look over the versos again SCcuhti cbs bnvo pouo by tho cars askett the teacher beginning to lose pa tieuco as the children consulted tboi books bat appeared to arrive at Ho cluelon Ycam enja n little girl at thecon1 of the classlsbo wont bj stoam Did Jbe inrioedfj Well LnuIsc TfO Atotild lihalo lcnuwliowyoufoazmd that out Jn tbn ficconl Torso responded the child it says she camo with a yry Great traJnJlQ York Adertiser AccoraingtorroiassdrUqsta tno Iicariofl of Inculjation in shark cggo tb about uineientiist t tc r u t rS gfICIJ La Grippe for Golds Coughs AND LUNG TROUBLES AVIB CHERRY n PECTORAL f Two years ago I bail the grippe and itleft me with a cough sh1 U guyo mo no rest night or day My fatuity physician proscribed for triP clinging the mcdicfno as often aft lie found tho things I Lad taUoti wero not helping L I me but id spite of his attendance I got no beter FIually my It1k1Ul1rca big ono day of a gentleman vrhoMioll had tho grippe nUll was cured by tafcjnj Ayers Cherry Pectoral procured for me a bottlo of this medicine and before I had taken half of itIwa ciired I have used the Pectoral for my children and In my faintly whenever wd havu npodfld it anti have found lit a specific l for colds coughs and lung troubles EIIILY WOOD North St Elkton M- defsAY Oherry Pectoral l Highest Bon rs at Worlds Fair Cleanse the System vith Pjer Sarsaparina Now is the time to subscribe ffrt- he NEWS LRADEH nly Sln yrnr Vailnrali Kv may vojt fe proiiil of somo of her he outTjiWs M r I Wyrm A Soiuof Kimblp v w Ito to thrj E KSuUorland Medicine Company fallowsi AVo writollila tt crttHy the wonderful and grnmfcnnd rnmltbj from yonj Dr nI4 1ineTnr EItiiv wljliii i3 o11injf faster than nay medicine wo e er souL People who never traded tt our sare havo hoard of if nnd conic from ndjo nlna counties for it Ono CKO in particular Isthat of M s Smith Voold ridiio of thtaplacr vfo 1S0 aflllctod with hofliroat ror two years that site oo 4 n t speak above It vlihjper Altar slio nse l the first bottle of Dr BellH PinoT rHo ey sue conld talk as well It over mid tlto eao is nch a vondorfnl euro linr neighbors come to seo for tlintiielves ore ns 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