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ltAIocJ1fUt4vlyEInY fJ Rfl r f f cr8 Rm Fl oRabT SS ljcNocJPo1co iid JbW Lu t ffrReo CIty i + I 1 JUbTIOi 6OURT J il1 ti cotttts are held in January April tjfutf and Oclber 0 iSt1Ivcs be5- r iiaced by tho tlilfiols df Dr BeraPInTdr Honey I VVieiiA cola creeps upon youor a cough 1 rlciwj yoarlinnka 411 r4iOCdVJII w A i prSmptor oOicfual Cnn given to bcltij1ren withperfoct hfty and issure tc9 pYOdUeOiOflJlCkt1i rauts 1 Whether tte a otuUborn cold or JuBVa Bniflie ypncatmiroil for good wlftrjlr BoUtfPInB 4i ijcy Thin fiinfniy f rimcdfyiakon Jn timn will stop the pro rgrtaa ot c5n uin ptlon hnd bring tho cQru r ofih Hh tothe palld dwelt 1 I i ltfvoYOJ1 1t th6OrIpY- 2irour bacpybi jjrobably ribetu re il tIDo lflCdIiflflhikO fctey Qn f1an r rrto heal yir hJlIrJ and etl17 thi tie1cIng u h lll nJt 1 to tJiLi1Is- eaaty4bI j l1tyii 4 Ru1rwH1 j kp i1 I J SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 22 1897 f ODDS iirEis OF GOSSIP THE POETBYLESSNESS OP IT T cLtfJ The horseless carriage we are told Lfnon thA presdng need thingsWould The druhkless drink for mstance WhIch ought to scrvoasone- Andas4fltcompanjon la named the shotless gun And UlrewtitchpearWIiflOBayoowless milk Is here The klssless mouths another To csp awny the men And furthermore to conquer The microbe in hlsden The musicloss piano Is well up toward the van And like wiga migh bo zuenUone- dlhsHelcsflshermajz And with the newinvoutIonl Are coming frightloSs wars UiomiitterWI TheSunmierGfrllesThirnmer But no well hava to call A lialt right hero for this one Wo do not need at all WJ LIMPTOS UNDECIDEITl candidates candidates for the nomination on the Demo cratic ticket for county offices l eem unable to agree on the a1conva1 being the1 party candidate on the ticket The county committee is making very worthy effort to please all and although Che committee met last Saturday for the pur pose of naming a day for hold ing primary action was post poned for the reason that some of the candidates had not agreedI cll1toholdtion rO are quite a of prospective numberI good many ara holding oil and awaiting the call of the primary before announcing themselves The office of county assessor seems to be a particulariy fav ante plum and it is said thatI there are already four candidates forthat nomination all from the JyetJI Democratic nomination for county judge although a popu ar axcounty official is mention ed as almost certain to be a canI didate1 The race this year beI tweeh the Democratic and Re publican ticket sesto be of great interest as the county always close looks more evenly divided this year than usual UNDAY PAPERsOur town N being without the line of Sunday trains from Louisville the good inhabitants have been denied the privilege of Sunday mails and the big Sunday news papers which fact has been de plored by some of the worldly minded while by other pious ones it has been considered a blessing A new system was jn augurat d however on last Sunday and the big edition of the Courier Journal was on sale by the agent here as early as 12 oclock The papers were brought over from Lebanon where they had been sent on the regular morning train The Dispatch the new silver daily was also expected Sunday but missed connection and those who had waited for the first ap pearance of the great silver champion for their Sunday read ing were disappointed for day at least The local oneI public no doubt would like tojsee the agents keep the thing goingS so that an opportunity givenfor the perusal of undayIpapers by those who CANDIDATESSEeakingofPol an observer the other day It is really wonderful w little it thkes to make to candidate for a county office They spring up on election year like volunteer Udllbaford dozen or so candidates for each office and each onoas confident of winning too You will find all kindsthe good old citizen who has voted the straight ticket for forty years the poor and clever man with a large family who needs the office the young ambitious fellow who wants to serve the people and the smooth man and uptodate politician who stands in withi the gang and who nine times out of ten beats the field hands down Qualifications receive small con sideration itSjis all political scheming in county politics and well as in State and National and the best wirepuller wins FASHIONED FAIRIt has OLD been decided that Washington county will have an old fashioned fair this year such a one as those of years ago Which won for the good people ot theJ county the well deserved name of being hospitable and good livers The next fair will be devoted to ring exhibitions of horses cattle sheep hogs andJ other live stock and more atten tion will be devoted to farm products and thehousewifes department The trotting horse and gambling attachment will probably be eliminated and such premiums will be offered for the best ring exhibitions as will attract some of the best hQrses in the state here The directors- of the lair Company have notJ fully decided on all the plans j but will hold another meeting on mallast year was not a success IIveryII tancy about repeating a losing venture but it is thought that withjeavong off the trotting race feature and otherwise cutting downexpenses that a fair can be had that will be just as en joyable to the home people andI at the same time it can be made to pay expenses Springfield and Washington county cannot afford to miss having a fair and more encouragement should be given to the enterprise- THE PAcq believe SETS county is a lead ing county in the State remarked a cynical friend If you will remember ehe led off in this tollgate raiding business and those other counties are trailing along just following our mustIadmitgoing to lead off in another fash ion and that is in making assignments The fashion has been started and a dozen or more farmersand business men inthet county have made assignments within the past few weeks end you mark my prediction in a IIotherure It is a doubtful honor to be such a leader but there is no doubt about the fact that Washington ounty does lead in some things TIASHINGTON GOUNTY AGAIN 11I notice a dispatch sent from Lebanon states that the keeper of a tollgate at Lebanon has re ceived a letter warning him to collect no more toll on penalty of bein burned out The arti cle further states that the com VashIIfield Raider or something of that kind It is a great pity that all the devilment that is done and all that is threatened in Marion county should be laid at the door of Washington county people Tho threat may haveS been sent all right and asS reported but I fail to see whyS Washington county people gate raiders or anybody else should so much concern them selves about affairs in Marion count We certainly have troubles enough of our own YOUR lYE LUGES CE Your intelligence to questioned by tho druggist who tries to influence you to let him bottlo anything fort you when you uk him for Jrr Bells PjnoTnr Honey drnKgistcan put thl np for youho cannot put up anything llkplt It iis not to be had In bulk lts to be had only In 25c 80c and flbottles TThere fa nothing just as good II Ir JJblls tPineTar Honoy MOM those ntbirtL tutes vJIb tiniHn poundIng namtw WhenaoQ buy D nona PlneTairron see that tho bottle baa never beph opened and that it bears the pIcturRrp 4 loatij lOon v of H36od Old Ornnny Molcalfo and tbejname of the E KSmtifrland j PaducahKy Medicine Company innVflln Park WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock eeaor Rralb wanted or for sale or exchange inserted la this coK umn or cnxnoE Farmers are quested to send In stock or crop items fax publication At tho E P Faulconpra horse sale at Danville last week fair prices were realized There was good attendance of foreign buyers ZtZ- ito R Harmon of this place who had a mare entered in the Fnnlconcr sale did not soIl but trade for a fine roadster gelding titIn the Chicago market horses are inI good demand receipts large sales j prompt and prices good JSxport stock is bringing tho best prices of the year and domestic trade is qtjito satisfac wryjtttS- heep are in bettor demand at unproved prices In western marketsj there ii great activity rind material advance in prio sJs noted even in the range country Western fed sheep of good quality are selling at 8450 to t470 and lambs at 450 jto 8550 i t t Tho swine breeders Lad a largo and Inter sting convention at at Bowling Green this week and acted wisely in appointing three experts to judgo tho hog shows at tho Kentucky fairs this year For this duty they elected Reuben Gentry of Danville W J Hackney of Oakland and Oaldwoll Norton of Louisville ttAn experienced veterinary gives the following simple remedy for foun dor As soon as possible take a lump of alum as large as a hens egg powder as fine aa possible and drench the horse with it I have used this in many cases and never knew it to foil Of course other rem dIos should be ojed to allay the over and infiama tion but I advise the use of alum in all cases 112 Gus Strns the well known horse man of Lexington selected tho saddle horse purchased by Charles Flolncb man of Cincinnati last week for President McKInley Mr Straus Is a ctoso friend of Mr Fieischman and tho Cincinnati millionaire selected him as the fnrman most lit to judge of a saddlo horse which would suit tho President The price which had upI to this time boon kept a sscret was 8725 The horse was purchased of Shelby T Harbl on drulIa IHomcllyl At that tune tim 1108n gooilg wero unIknown In this cntion toduV Chamber Iains Cough Kotnody Is a household word It is the nnmo in hundrodn of comninnltlM Wherever the good Itlo of OhninborialnB Cough dy boctniio known the people will nothing Olin10r nnlo by Ilnydon tt Robertson That Ar Mill Several hundreJ people in Omaha an J reared to swear that an tir ship of gigantic proportions his teen hovering over that city at night for some time SixIBndIin variOus parts Qf Nebraska During the past two weeks it has been seen almost nightly in Omaha Invariably the descrip exceptIpeople have seen tho great bead light of the machine than have seen the full outline ol the ship itself Tho general verdict is this A long steel body shaped like a cigar 40 feet long and to 10 feet in diameter with winglike attachments on the sides while lore and after appear wheellike connections similar to the steering apparatus of a steamship The top iis tapped by a balloonlike bag- though oboi and seemingly bSsS j Yj attached to the cigarshaped yessel by ropes as tho upper part has been observed to sway violently The headlight fs similar to a locomotiva The Brat case reported in which the airship bas been seen on tire ground comes from Wolf Creek Township Iowa just across the river Richard Butler a very welltodo farmer Lives this varsiooUJ was driving home Wednesday night when I ob served a JIg pt in A field close to the road I knew fit house was there and stopped to investi The light besides had a glow more like that of an electric lamp than the kerosene burners usual ly employed by the residents of the Wolf Creek district Butler strained his eye3Bi1d was petrified to see a dark bulk through the windows of which the light shone He describes it as a long narrow car lesem ling a corset box in shape but perhapsx30 to 85 feet in length and 6 to 7 feet in width and height Over tbis car floated a cigarshaped bag horizontally placed of about the same length as the car and 8 or 10 feet thick at its greatest diameter Whether there were sails or steering apparatus Butler cannot say for at this moment his horses caught slghtof the same thing as their master and bolted proMpitately for the opposite side of the road aid tumbled driver and wagon into the ditch By the tiuie Butler bad crawled from the wreck and regained his feet the machine was moving briskly in the southerly direction and at the same tIme as ding tan anglel of about 45 degrees Butler watched it out of sight and then continued on his way on foot Reports from Chicago and points in Illinois arid Indiana tell of other persons who have seen the mysterious i visitor and an amateur photographer of the Windy City claims to have taken its picture Ho disphvs a negative to prove his assertions The origia of the ship Is veiled in mystery Danville Advocate BOH to Find Out Fill a bottle or common water glass with urine and let It stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates a diseased condition of tha kidneys When urine stains lines It Is positive evidence of kidney trouble Toofroouont dctire to urinate or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and WAdder are out of order WHAT TO DO There Is cttln In the knowledge noften expressed tut Jr Kilmers tiwampRoat the great kidney remedy fulfills ervry wish n relieving pain in the back kidneys liyer putsages corrects inability Bud scalatag pain in pasting It or s ad ef feats following use of liquor wino or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to got up many times duringthe night to u nate The mild and extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cum of te most distroMlng eases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents ondjono dollar J For tijsaraplo bottle and mootlonlNZW5LJUBII lice address to Dr Klloicr t Co Ring hamton N Y The proprietors of this per guarantee tho conulnenesB ot this offer U CORRESPONDENCE MACKVILLE From Our Special Correspondent Corn has been ceiling readily at 8150 Farmers are very much behind with their plowing owing to tho continued rain Somo nre through sowing oats- People are losing their hogs in this section from that prevalent disease cholera Mr James Shewtnnker of the Glens Creek neighborhood who hasbeen vuitoiil tor some time we are glad to report convalescent Rev J M Wilson of Lawrence burg hUed the pulpitat the Meth odist Chtrcb last Sunday lie was formerly pastor of tins church Miss Wilie Campbell bflexas attended church here last Sunday and was the guest of Mils Fannie RtcbardsotiSROY Peeules was in arvodsjbrurg MondaySW W Wilhara and wife wero in lJqusvHlorr z fey tla la8lweek- i 1 Rov Pike will preach ttne Methodist Church here next Sun day right Mrs Lulaa Coch nan Messes Orceneth Peter and Win Uatchett have been elected delegates by tbej M Ei Sunday School to attend District iohferehce winch convener atWitmoreMay4tlThe given at the college Friday night by the FraaV lin Literary Society was a succeyI in every particular A large au dience assembled to witness the dzefciiei Each ipeaker acquitted himself crqditably The music for tho occasion was furnished by Rob moons band Qneofthcmoet pleasing featureswBS the vocalduet iy Mrs Check mnd Malvina VYycofr with guitar accompaniment by Prof Montague r heard ofDr Dells Pine Tar Houey nnd Beotng many reRotnmendntibna front different poisons of Its wonderful valu able merits I thought I would try a hilt tie I have been ftoriouHly uC Hted for twentyflve yoanr wth a cough an l pains lit my side and Xrcuat that vcni causing me a tnispraMn lifo I spent hnnclrcdxofdollors with dotorsud for mediceno but evcuythtne failed Until I foundtli8 wonderful remedy It beats the world and has saved my life frocoftunond Dr Bollt Pino Tar Honey to evorybotly vit yak lungs tii a great success J B HossBll Grantflburtc POUNi deaty ofyour town made a flying visit here last weelc Mr Richurd Grouch and wifevol near Willisburg spent the day with Mr Z T Crow and jamily Thursday We are very sorry to sjy Mrs Maggie Mcllvoy is quite sick again Mrs Cora Royalty and husband of Shcrpsvillearo visiting b rpa ante at Mooresville this week Littlo Willie Hood is quite sick of typhoid fever Dr Scott gave an interesting talk last Saturday night dt Vfie Polin Bchsolhouse Says be be lieves ho will beelc ted8ays he dont fear Mr Booker at all Corn is soiling in tiiis vicinity at 40 cents a bushel Mr Johnnie Williams and wife spent Sunday with J L Williams SJ 1 Bishop and Davis Crow took a trip to Harrodaburg Burt gin and fcjhakertown lastVcekv Mrs A Inroeri residing at 720 Henry SL Mon Ilt8uffdrea wlthacIatlRThen matism for over hiM month She doc tore for it nearly thewholeof this time using various rouacdibs recommended by friends and was treated Dy the phy sician but received no relief Shathen used ono anda half bottles of Chambe laips Pain Balm which effected a com plete cure This iU publUhcd at her lucst as she wants others almUdvne lllctcd to know what cnredhbr The 25 and 50 cont slzcsJor sato by Haydon rtubortson D From Our Regular Correspondent Our little village eeems to bo JoJhaveprospects of a drugstore controlled by Mr Johnnie Wycoff a telephone line passing throughbcre connecting Lebanon and Loutsuill a dwelling house to bo erected by Mr Carey I who owns the flour mill and beat of nil we are reliably informed that tho late nominations for thu fiscal Court in Neleor county nrcinlavorI of a bridge across the Beech Furk at this pointuSo mote it be Mr Byron Croake bus become pop tier as a stock buyer Ho bus bUftbt a numbor of Iambs and hogs in this vicinity John R Moore lost some hogs last week th it were sick but a short while Mr Sam Uorsey made an exaraiomion and their intestines were fullof cuckleburfq vhose points had protruded and caused de8tbWa hvo heard ttarmers during the Oivil War say they would kill hogs when they ate them Mr Wm Ellis lost a ffew 1fl5Ihe same way illIt byrepaliIng I andIi j c j1 1 I Io16 117 c CC SSWyli WUkerton touftit a behf of cattle from Jitact lisp Brf price S4i40 J We were iJleised to 1I et or oli iifriend Joe OUbjTOdko a 1ril fj 1 since Joe is like yo4 kbI4r 1 10J scrIber used to be in d yi of ywrrV he hasattrutetioain mpthcf eomatjr Mrs jbittle QrtKo7 BM Only 1- duekan4ItbOlid 54 tgfS pfcf date with a fall Fiostbf tdSgoad work eoBtiHUiagj OurSob oiia ptollttiUut lli lf f tttder the tttnigebtent Of ilirrf StHio Davis df Wtketeia Mite MatUe Andrtirt virated kt sister Mrg Joe Duncan this wfcekl Misses Ballte Davis lInt Uydiy Huston oro visiting the IbrIIierIO parents at Wakefieldj Mr William Clark Lebanon was in town last Sabbath Mrsi tt Hufltoij wfceived rf pair of But Cochin chickens front j Mrs Wm lIfifcEroy oL yoof citytisutare reaily admired bjV i allwho ice tht n BiAKRr f wsuimoK CAN BE CURED jf y A Nocnm M O tho Great Chemist an Scientist vrill send Free to the Af filcted Tfirep Bottles of His JStevly DWf covered Bemedles to Cure Consumption tSand AU Lung Troubles Nothing could bemora fairer mprqphfl anthropid or carry more joy to the nI ted than the ofiProt T A Slocuia M O oft New YorkCityr Oonfldont that be has discovered oreltSable cpre for con mpUQn and albronchTot and weakness losS of flesh and nil comdlt Ions of wasting and to make ls KreatTi merits known h will tend free three hptf r CSt nay reader of the KBwiLeiABk tn who may be suffering Already this now sclsattftS course of medicine has permanently cured thousf and apparently hopeless cases t The Doctor considers It his religIous duty a duty whieH he owes 1obumarilt1to donntotls Infallible cuje He n sproved the drcaJsd consumption1 tbea curable dlieaBe beyond any donVVj alphas era flla in hit American and Earef laboratories Ltcstimpnials ofezptrhnes from those benefited ahtfced5in all part of ccDonttion uninterrupted tneans speedy and car tain death Address T A tcw t MC 1 i 98 Pine Street New York aad wfc si writ ugtho Doctor give exprM a C pcvtopkT address and please mention readk this7 ftrtIElIn TIm NErrsJjUHut i Dr Pe1laPIneTarUoUeycuiCeconaIs andcoUls Itaootha the atr MMge If J henlatho bnmcqial tat It srui thons Jnngs Itballda uplitfe Uzt sues It onablea the blood to reeelvellqSropupply ofoxygea The FraPkfert Middle Oyplhian TitH Tbeorfrto elect a United SUtec Renator fn Kentucky bas t1lp to thltr lime about f800Xf Danylllt AdyocaUr Thif t promoter ot fart9CJHP s I toT f jnst as approptiaift jay appilla tioo for Dr Hunter ukSshoe statesman0 I Owensboro Isqiirer H Brj Martin his oualioQt that t h Blackbura ia ungrateful Sol len are very slow tolesrsieyi from a priatftd book Georgetown Sentinel Reps The longer the senatorial squab ble iis continued the moijja disas trpus it will prove to R ptiblJcatfoi successlu every flouaty in the t StateS CTheshoala remember that a day clf 1 reckoning wilt gome Woe be unto the unfaithfull whea thtf again offer for office f Frankfort Call TIm ecdofj i r the senatorial election seem i fabout as far offasvjayer and the tgood pepplft will ihave ttb wait patiently to see what thelst1 tmen wilLdo itt the taAttef 1 JLmtchfleld Gazette With the cf rand jury after flpntornnclS bis Workers on charges of hribE = ry personal encountersl dndtthef 1 stfraqntblo for Federal appoint i cents tbo pYesenit I enttrcky i i Legislature is thoroughly eHs i gaslhiKIStarf of d infetiof toL f n a t Considering everything and es pecially SenatorartIneadher II ence t6 Blackburn itl was mof 1 only the duty but Itsuould hava4 been a plosrsare to th6 jilvet f Democfats to have repaid tk Woodfotd tfian for his eolio Jt tattult fdo thT1A 1 M6Hf p1oW itt iifel xiJi ey gts ty ilfN 55 5 tfi St F t KfcidoWrtite4Eiiei3P flrr 1an arJJt 1-f c f 1 0 7 v J e i Si1 if lJ It Ii J I I I I THENEWSULADEft 4If h r L fl 11NFI1ESLFADER L THU mDAXAPfRIL 22 189- 7OSONLJRf E L jV it F ANNotrfNf MEN s i t R GCplT3 j E t SJI itt roy iJrmiftitteson i TVa arc antbofiiecTto nnnonnpb Charles Fattesotf of Tosfcouatyr nlia4ta for Circuit Juagejjof th Elgvpnji Judicial compod of JiaHori WisfiiHgtSn i iTayIc and Oreen c anlles subjcitio tbp Fr1iCtiopr FOR SCHOOL 4TJplBfclNTEN9ElTJ wlT iiflj Peterdfllr Ir TVonro ouc4IWf atitiouncd Or counqu aCjUont piirtyli Saunders We nrp authorized to announce Ix iiisc I pO baundereaa candidate for the office nf County flUpcilntendent of Common r Retools of Washington county subject k to tjo support of tho yotersof the county parfAFTER trying in vaitij lor evII eral long weeks to rare in s3natorial plum it was not until rfteir being indicted1 by the ranJuryIot attetapting to bribe wnehhls friends began to leave him did Dr Hunter give up the fight and turn his atten tion elsewhere There was quite a surprise createdat Frankfort Tu sdaywbeu Mayor Geoige D r Tpdci Louisville cauie out as a candidate for United States Senator with the suQrtof Dr 1 Hunter Jt had been expected 4tba ihen Hunter wfhdrewbe would endeavor to haiicl over the cast off nomination to State Sen I ator Deboa Deboe had expect ed it and when Dr Hdnter ap 0 l4s pear d asa aupporter of Todd I hofr1endsofDeboeindDeboct gtv jj prospecisfor a bitterflghtrovei the nomination at the caacusr which will beiheld shortly Vw XHEReDub iani rg do clares that Dr Hunter demon strates thai high order of hit patriotism by agreejn g towith dravfronf tbe feenalorial race J VfenJi is considered ihat Dri Hunter has thoroughly mon- stratecI1hs absc luin ability to IIvindjas not agreed torItEL drwmnti1hebasbroug1tnatn upon his party by being u ijidicted I for a conspiracyito bribe Jggis latora the eminence of Ms jaatr riqtism is notapparentiIi6uifir viile Times 2q Joj l outJITietween Turkey and Greece and s9 jgral bjpody battle8 havd al ready been Jcught with great loss of life to both sides Fight ing continues at a tjyrrific rate and the war promises to be long aiid sever Other Ear pea1 nationsi are holding off and the Greeks and Turks will probably be left to settle the trouble with I each other i Now would bon opportune tme for someone tp propose a I r constitutionaL amendment pro viding Jor the election of aI JTJnltei States Senator directly bthe vote of the people fIfIf such a proposition were s bI mpied tothe people at the next election it is atbt extravagant to i predict that it woufd be supported by ninetenths ot the voters to = TIlE Dispatch Louisvilles new 4 silver daily made its first ap pearatice on Sunday last Typo t graphically and editorially it r expetattiI Itt news columns ire attractive IliancI there isa snap about the ftfWdlipriaJ page which will make a F f name lor the newpaper l THE Dtieggltirowin7 bill introducedand pnt through the W HMorg t IIyJ 1 r 1VasblnJtWb ent latiye haj re lyedjtbe feoy iernors signature1 and Jias oc cbomeA j GovT BRTIDLEY declares with iSt vebemencecvfhich seems hardtn1 1tccaiitfrfri Wr unde ho cjrcum- stancestliat he did not have a b1aking tor do witlt tbpe iindictments againsH Hunter Wilson 7anjl cbm affyr1if Well pijif ps h Atd tW b8 r thiws r f FARSL- VGr in Frdnltlib f c 9tya e hPY04oy re f i nlators no itptippt In xa tpbpccp crop ihis sfcaspn jTherqaiJi SOinef r xuirS tlts coJn yn rl boQbwbcibi tI 4J laiors or something e1liad prevented theiV raising a crop llast year V WIDLIAM JENNINGS BRX4N spoke at Iiouisvillelast Saturday night 6n bimetlhr He also addressed tho members of the Legislature acd a crQwd of citizeos at Frankfort on tonday At both places hew s given en thusiastic receptions KENTUCKIANS down about the purchase are fromjthe floods and assurance has been received from the War Department t immediate government aid will be giveni THE Kentucky usehas adopted at least one good xesolu lion and that is to deprive members of pW while absent without leave or a good excusea CAL TOE COUNTY co VlSTm s The Republican committee of Washington corinty at a meeting held on last Saturday called a convention for next Monday flThtcounty will meet 11 Springfield on Monday April 26 1897 fur Uie purpose of appointing dele gates to the Republican District Convention to meet in Lebanon May 8 1897 to nominate candi des for Judge of the Circuit Court and Commonwealths torn y for1 the Eleventhl Judicial District of Kentucky to be voted for at the next November elec tionj The basis ot representa ionvin said convention shall be onevote for every one hundred ind fraction over fifty votes cast at the last Presidential election for the Rsppublican electoral ticket t 3J I WHARTON Ch Rep Co Gdm W O REED Secretary l WllPnt4 Herels tl f way a Texas pape juls it Wb nvou ask a man tbstibscribe for your paper andI he sys Ob 1 never read much besides tirn s are too plagued tight for Gods sake apologize to him for the mistake and leave him Life iss too short to try to teach a mule to sing soprano All gentlemen now a days read newspapers and lots of them Show us a man who liyes in a town or county and never sub scribes bca newspaper pub lished there and we will show you aTman whose head is shaped like piece of pie with the point up and whose ignorance is only exceeded by his gigantic gall Its Progress A brief review oi tho origin acd progression of the tollgate raiders of Kentucky is as follows The first raid was made in Washington county in Augrqst of last year and the net soon spread to Anderson Franklin and adjoining counties and in tie two first named nearly every gate was destroyed Woodford and a portion Jessamine coun ty was the next scene of action Nearly all of the gates in Wood ford were destroyed Raids in Scott and Bourbon were made about the same time In the last two months tbe work of the raiders has principally been ini Mercer Garrard and Lincoln with one or two raids in Madi son The acts of the mcbs in Mercer hive been more atrocious that in any other county hrnbatdness j year UspHnUV HitirKeuewoi to knep thesoalp cnt ba1ducb ltMp f oi Call ior Conyentibif police tstierebr given that w- eeiinesgndasthorOspectfveth airmen ot the RepubllcAn County Committee In each of the cou ntiegbl Washington Taylor M Itariour Eleventh Circuit Court Ju dolherotlDOJprQaotl Commonwealths Attorney to be votelfi f6iatjhext general 4tqctidn in NoYepab ercaira1r con yefntbn of JeTBepibltcans of sial JudrdialipistfrcF to meeVat bsoanon yon the 8th daV of M frji at 11 A M The basis of represenVdtlOn1 jin said cpnventrQnreac county Shall begone V6 to eacli 1dO volesbr jEracti6ncbvVf1 fifty votes cast by tfio voters of each county at them llast Presidential election for the Republican state ele toral ticket J L WFARTON Chairman WashCo Com WAYNE HOGAN Chairman Taylor Co Corn MAX HOWARDtChairman Marion Co Corn Flowers for Sale I desire to call the attention of the ladies of Springfield to the fact that iI am ready to offer for sale from my greenhouse all kinds of potted plants and flow ers at reasonable prices tf MRS W K MARKS The man who eata because ho Is bun- gryI5 thus far on a level with the brutes The man who stops eating the moment bin hunger is appeared l tho wise man Nature zu cds no more food than she calls for Continued excess brings about indigestion or dyspepsia with loss of flesh strength alcc6mbl tlon and mental power and an accumu lation of acbCH paln and many local maladies Tho stomach now can do nothing tone Yo must appeal to some artifi cially digested food which can also di Rest other foods That 4s to say wo must uso tho Shaker Digestive Cordial Tho elect is prompt and cheering The cllronic pain nnd distress ccascs Appe tite presently revives Flush and vigor sraduaUycom s back and tho sufferer COO15 But he must be careful in fu A trialbottle for 10 cents Tho Uanccrs ot inrcrs The greatest danger to thcso who dive into tbd rca for valnnblca that have fceeu sunk is that of falling asleep On q hot day the contrast between tho heat above and the delicious cool ness below water is apt to make n diver eleepy One of these men stated that ho olept half au hour nt tho lOt tom of a wreck where ho was laying n Pipe Supposing that had happened in a channel where the tide runs to swiftly that diver can work only during tho one honr of slack water tho deadly rash of tide would Juno snapped the lifeline and bore Then in working gettinJjammedting tha hOso or lino entangled When the hasp snaps at a great depth tho tie 11friijWcvkt A Face In Her Thigh Tho most roranrkable human mon- troity that over saw the light cf day upon tho American continent is little ISstauislao Arichi a7yoarold Moiican girl yi o rcsfdea with her loster parents near Ibo liltlo villagoof ilorolia in tho state of Agnnscallcntna Tho firs thai tn known of tho existence of this rarest of all human beings was when a Mexi can paper made tho following brief statement Within tho last few daya thero has been brought from Charo to Morelin a littlo girl who liarfn secoud faco tho right hip between tbo hip joint and thc kuce If ycq couipresa tbo checks 6f this queerly situated face it opens its eyes Tho face has a month containing thrco pearly teeth but tho nero is entirely wanting Six months after tho publication of tho nbovo n physician of Horclia eno ceeded ill gathering the followingfact- srlativeto this queer case When Bbo had been in tho world abcnt two years an inflammatIon of the whole region of tho right thigh pet in which finally developed into an cnoimqns tn morqna cyst Theu by degrees thero np peared an eye an eyebrow ono nostril of tho nose curly lashes and finally the other brow Neat appeared one row ofI four teeth and then tbo bangs begat to grow rapidly and riiigo tho forehead Taken all in all it is ono of the moat fcingnlhr freaks in tho human family that have been reported during tide yen tury Tho freak has been described in tho papers of both Vera Cruz und Mexico City the accounts creating considerable continent amoue tbo medical fraternity of ntn ntsuc5tr Louis rlonubJican GEMS OF THOUGHT No peace was ever won from fato by mbterfugoRuskhi Therein no malice liko the malice of rrnegadoMacaulayRashness but unhappy parent of misfortune Fuller Life cannot subsist in society but by reciprocal ceucessionaJohnson- Pleasure soon exhausts ns and itself also bat endeavor never docs Rjchtcr Political men like goats usually thrive best among inequalities Lan dor Not to be provoked 1s best but if moved never correct till the fumo is ipcnt For every stroke our fury strikes issurotohitouraolvedut lost William Penn Duster 3115 has returned from the Judlanapolis Wreck in n very dilapidated condition Ho will not Eo able to pace again this tospu and it may bo that bD1 3se il 1 Blood Por appropriatelyis the one 4Jaease that physicians can not cure their mercurial aud potash jnthemore virulent form resnlUngin total wreck of the sYtem Mr Frank B Martin a prominent jeweleif 31926 JPensylvania Ave Wash tngton11csnI I for a lopg me under treat Inept two 1115iclans for a cast bloodpoLsonbut grew worse tin the while not witlistanding the fact tbtM they charged methnc hmidred dollars 31IYJ mouth was1 filJedWltiieating sores l my tongue wlls1 almost een away so that for onths I was unable to taste any tJirecIi food My hair was coming but and I was in horrible fix I bad tried various treatments and was nearly dis II couraged when a friend reconunende- css I s After had taken four bottles I began to get bettcr and when I had lnibedeighteen bottles I was curedII sound and well my skin was without a blemish and I have had no return of he disease SSSsaved me from a life 1 of misery SSS guaranteed purely vegetable will cure any case of blood poison Books on thcdisease and its treat ment mailed free by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga was of Tol tvete Fortllill Poultry YardBlack Mlnorcas best ccrgproduclnc strain iin tho world Kggs per W Y POYNTER 1m Qlasgnw Ky = Eggs For Sale BLACK MFNORUAS Pon headed by cockerel direct from Nurthups best pen Eggs gla per palltbatM KS D F LOGAN Lock Box M6t Danville Ky EGGS FOR SALE Hamburgfrom r strain Black inarms Nortbnp strait Black I ngahan Kirky ijnittii S150 patiOuls Y Eo McDANIEL Smiths Grove Ky When Baby tU1 Wc eare her Dosiorla she y a Child wedfor Castorfx When she become Mia chmg to Cactoria YHiea she bjuLChUdrea gave tlieru Castorla Totter SaltKhcura and Kcznraa The intense itching and Bmnrtinz Inc aUl1yedbySkin Ointment Many very t d cases have been permanently cnrci by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains fropt bitE and chronio sore eyes 23 cIa per box Dr CaJyft Condition Powilcra art just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood pariffer and vermifttge They nro notfood Vutj medicihenhd the best in use tto pet o horse in prune ppndi iqp Price 16 centa pex nckn e TrtXtAtEUS f At PEXTIUS All persons owing state and county taxes to bio uS1 Sheriff artriierby nOtified that they pr s itivejy must settle same at once or hnvo their property advertised and sold This is the last entice JOHN T CRAYCROFT Sheriff W C PUBLIC SALE As surviving partner of the firm ot Marks Bras and as Ad ministrptor of G R Marks de ceased twill on Saturday April 224 Mat 2 oclock p m at the Spring field Planing Mills in Spriogfield Ky offer for sole to thu highest and best bidder on a credit of four months with interest from date a onehalf interest in all the planing mitt machinery and lumber ou hand and also one hair interest in good twohorse wagon the same being the prop Qrtv of the late firm of Marks Bros The purchaser will be slforproved personal security W K MARKS Surviving Partner of MARKS BROS and Administrator ef G R MARKSIAt this Reason of tho year oolde gnn emily nltupt tho lungs more than at any other tr1r T Dr Dells Pino Tar Honey will IIJkQ cold in toss Unto than any kssownromeclyatnIItstreiigtisena and lnvlgoiatoithpitingand lirihclxiai tubes tWst C f lTliE 4 4IcEkAc WE ff- lC i C uri1Jollrllai1 1 lA11YE AilJ I sued Wednesday and Saturday Mornings 10Delljnningsi AI tleWeeklyed to the TwlceaWek Curie r IiiWodnestlayW4neaday paper VIL1he dovited to l topiclJrhontStories miscellany pjcturesroe- rytn perfect family paper V pngcortwelvemcreasortwo oriThe poliHcl off the paper will not forpuroIIvolved in tho impro men ts noted the price of tIle TwickarWcek CourierJournal will rcm jnthe duringLisis of Mr Henry Wrfttersqn on poluical and other topics of the Courier Jcnrpnl year46 00 Daily aiM Sunday year 00 Sunday abet Year 00 TWIOEA WEEK Courier Journal AND THE NewsLeader BOTH ONE YRAJtj FOR ONLY Sl50 We have niuilo a spocial clubbing arrangement with the Tvico n Weok Courier Journal anti will send that pnpcr and ours for the price named to all our subscribers wilt vill reiiew and pay in advance or to all new subscriber who will nnyin advance Simple copies of Courier Journal sent free jonnppli cation All subscriptions under this olfcr must beseut to tlio NEWS LEADER frlRJXGFIEIJ KY TO tilE AtCED IN OAK DAY Tulo Laxative Bromn Quinin Tablets Ml drnggsls ipfutul tim munoy if it tali to euro 25e For rule by linydoif ItoocitsMi and Waters it llrovrCe Foil 6Omo IA NEW ROOK KNITTESG AND eRoCn TING of 64 pages over a ordinal designs illustrated baauiilul bico patterns shawls hoods jacket etlhaI been published ly The Horn iyik St Uo ton Mass mid wIUho sent with d riubscndtion to that paper The Homo Is n i0paoo monthly filled with original stones literary ind do mettle topiis and rnHl us Its depart moot ofEjjncv Work is a special feature now B1J OIJ iialdcbigilfi tnch iskno The aOeoijtepsryeurAnd a upochil induconiont to trial Hiilweribers d copvuf tlt5jSMk will lie frivon with ai l prClIrlllooksent fr 15 rants T1itirunnuiu pivinlunl list for lSl7 wiil Le sent free on n plich ttRi CASTORiA Por Infants and Children fitsmIle dsuwcof at IIIso Whbrtovei clruggUt tolls you bo has somothHig just in good for cou hn colds grip etc as Dr Bells Pine Tar Honor bo in thinking of his profits and not of your wol faro Wo innko tile genuiso and RUtliorizs nil dnujgitts to guarantee It to bo use best on cartn The K E Sntherlnna Medicine to 1aducali Jvy VTrTANTBD FAITH FUL MEN OR V resposiVlucky fculnry und expanses I o ultlon perinannnt Jfcfcrcnco Eiiclcso KnlfaddrcH cd stamped envelope The CbicugoIlItslclol1SIA Word to Do jon know that many broall minded physicians ute using Foleys Honey and Tat StrUJl in their prnctllCf They round noromody that unvo satisfactory ro feullsforall tbrovt and lung complaints its this grout cough incdlcino Fur sale llaydou Jr Robertson 1hy Wox king Womens Homo Association 21 8 Peoria St Chicago III Jan 189- 0OurWorkinn NVomcns Homo elation used Folo3s Honey find Tar six years ngo pnd are using It todDy It lass ahvsiys been a favorite for while ItH taSte is nov at nil unpleasant Its otfoota aro beneficial It baa never yet dlnnp pointed us Wishing you nil possible uccc8 sincerely yours Laura O Fixon BUB Mgr For sala by Hnydon tub orison dipt Swnoney Uf SAv San Die c CulBay8 JShlloTraCatarrb Remedy l istlfO llr t iiiciHcIno I hovo 9 vr fourd tbntf Avoulddo me any god I rl5Jci 1 4 T lfr W 8p Ik4OOD1 tJ a A 14 C i I t L Woarenw receiving our Spring Goods emiiaC s jr nlf firga lr IfaStC l tI OI i 1lt Jf 0 r 1 j DRESS GCQ1SiERQALES SY11TE Gcopsr 4 ti t 1 DRESS TR1MMIMSORdDlEM i UDUCKS GINGHAMS D1M1TI PJMBROIDERIES LAOES t tfCHH 4- 5UCORSETS GLOVES AND 0SIERY- I J O2jl1 t i r 4tW l IfGENIDSFURNISITNGS 1 Including nllarge nrifjtt Jt anc Drcss fi o i p Funcy and Plain Underwear Hosiery nndSuspeuderss v r CLOT Hlro U It We nrc now receiving a most elcgnnl tinofotTetffilVj iChildrens clothing in beltwsVvJes and lower prjces tllean we haTe everashown be rflle sure you sge xfor line before Voti buy clso fh5ere t SHbES t 7 Dont fiiilto see our tine of Ilelmer Betlninnn fi Co8 fine sbpy iand JJrew Selby Cos women and childrens fine 8hoeflirAThefar no lines in the market superior to these in fit style and wear 5 i jt CARPETS Etc v f tr r s Wo are showing the fireates stock off Carpets R iJgp Linoeumi Matting Oilcloth etc ot any housein town Lace Curtains andvaliadMi e in all prices ilundsomcdt line shown in this townsce for TourBelfJ i WALL PAPER H iI Stop ia and see our ockof 8000 Tolls Wall pinjllthoiw r comhinntions We invite your especial attention to thetVewj rrchCfJjrr ings in red green blueaiul purpks wi tlu borders a lid ceUFngsto intebnt tWe thank you for past patronage ndi mst cordially solicit a good share of your patronage this year it t i UrnI Thi DUNbAN i iL lI r t lf J BURTON 1 DEN LATJ Sit z t U H- Ii CO IJ fDENJ J Ctr f HUndertakers and FnneraIDie torS r- f O Fi lNSr r IIl GASKETS BURIALfj 1 KOBES SOF ALL kKNDS FULLY EQUiPPED Calls opswered prompt dav oruight ICIThe serVicrs of an EXPERJENCED EMBALMER granulte Iroma school oL eintaiming hae beri engaged s t i 3l 4 IJ M BURrON CO HAG N BLocK SPRIISIGFILD Ky I I DIRECT FROM MIUL TQ I BlirProfitsIR 2 Sion YM Kteper CITY I 500 WEARER Our area Bargains SUITS F 298Bops naonls Snits SiZts 3 1i1 toHU extra pair of pants J29S imotdWoolt lUesfrom S1icrCUaCcdlarfancyem5rc5tr5tsJ Trimazaaminship Wotk yaanwithouts I cuifor lixpraaMoney Z torsimies I CUSTOU lADE ORDER f6al MAWs T50irGuaranteed ta nude WoolFancy Gray BUckTcc Iisyietrnesdn15aithbsstof5 ftTailorIyOtettowuor5ooThtctmteoodi Jlldt for Youth to s1n Coat 16 25 How to mtssur for SuittMeu andYouths aroucd the sadWaist and Crqtieto ortani PayEpms Ifd nitthcuti you not will the money llcrnekr You vf Jlrert ins otfb I Iatast Qe IJeelJ r j p V a rtt cyt 4 TT4rr4 wr f THE NEW r LEADER Ld r E = iTHE MMMDER it 4TrauxD VEKYLTlJ11RSDAY MORNING 4ALrIPS INGFIEJLD KY t j jt1pi tnAIIp IJJN IiIIVILDERI1- J DENTIST AD Dwtil Uitfitions ILL Pcrforme TEETUETflACTED KtTHpUT PAIN If InSprloJtf Hd v iy1ft Thurs j au1rkijyacKjzionthfrOFFICP Ovor Postomce 4IMain oe iTo 618 yt Fourth Loul tlllo Ky eii wu F NEIKIRK ATTORNEYJf AT LAW OFFICE with C C McCnonn k RJNEHRTIyrOFFIC HOURS 12 to2 pmii EVERYDAY r 3MPGFIKLD KY DR M BURTON iRESIDENT i I TEETH EXTRACTED v WITHOUT PAIN IIJ fr iI OVFtotB san Block bvor ManlfieM ReDII r Wi SPRINGFELD ICY jCroiifwi Bridge Woik peoIaUyI DRJtti LAMPTON r r i dt N tl 5 OPFICE OVSR cfBcarc t 1 F C T J F i 1iEN J tSA4e Ni it w 1 I have opened a saloon on Main r r L StreetadjcrLireryfOr ti v S M Karrick here f PleasedtJ b ttlIlyfr 1lQ njt aronsclLythMneeding any l i r thins iicT milfne Ii wli keep notbJO veryzbeatiibrandsiQuf the 1 the mkenff tds W1ILmik- L a specialtyt of the FlA WyL U S YELLOWSTONE which hasI the reputation of being tile finest la tho world Your patronage r solicitedand courtesy exteiided t fcrwD1ON TiHf pyEO Y wi I1 first CI livery outfits New 6u gieETand fast aTdsaf e horses Jersey wagons ancL surreys lor the use Ql excursida parties or drummers The most convenient InftiPWDInf TOcKerina WhiskeyT- ufsfcelobirated 4 4 brand of fliifllcey Ii keep for sale at my bar and make a specialty of it for larail and for medicinal t useINotice to Creditors I AfieroiaI1ftvjngc1nima u anst the estates of 0 Nand A U Cooper assigned will prcsent same properly prove n to tho undersigned JarI201897on or before ifrtrLYW SIMMSJ r Assignee 4oIO Narnt A U Cooper f Notice to Creditors All creditor of FS Hillare Y I hereby notified to present th claiin3again9tsaid F S Hillirl+iI prb eriyprovrin a required by tltnvmwr me pit or before tlfc I 17tiffiot April 1897 at hes p I1VjF kmSpririg a field Ky J SALLY v e4B1eJrFeF HiXLr 1 L iIiI- t MSELROYSHULTZ COFFERING GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH IJJ WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF A xsB3 jsv JlSY JS1A7 Genuine BroTCnfCultjvators JGenuin Brown DoubltfShovel Plows Cheap Double Shovel l Plows Plow Handles fJ tl Single bees qJcDouble Trees 3fI7tfi Garden Fork9I1r l ji j Hayforks tH JUakes r WiIIHoes l SlaEiievelsandh i J iSpades T 6 i Wheelbarrows t tJnrrvCothhs1 JIHorse Brusbes aBCedar Ch uxn sf 7rl v JSKas Usxasasds AWAY No c1nljJ Gleam in FIVE inutes in the We Sell l Sr Tools and Hardware cm9 SJ W Jt iBaoaiES for sale or hire S M ETarrick AuiacketStore cheap est place in town sale for the trade by Dud1yTapp IFRESH flshKriday and Saturday at Jos A Shader MOST excellent bread received daily by JosA Shaders A FUISTCLASS organ for sale cheap Apply to Mrs B H Young MORE goods for less montiy than eve before knbwn at Ear dins BacketStore FOR unparalled bargains in household nece3sivties visit Har dins Racket Store 4PJ v BUGGIES ins and saddles a specialty S It KARRICK TROT lincis seine swivel fish ingjgpblesj rejila and silk lines minnow buckets for sale by Jos A Shaders r i fGo to Shultz for your gaIden tools and cultivat prfe PpvJro netting any size cheap s THE regufiof Quarterly Conrt was heicAsH1 Mondav last yitJIwered from Hamilton 0 La Port from La Port Ind Troy rrYJQ fr SM t IfARR lK dE WILL ot stifuim e1f to bo undersold in or by any body in town Always a fresh stock at rock bottom prices at Jos A Shaders 1DHE weekly edition of tho new free silver paper the Louisville Dispatch and the NEWSLEADER one year for 165 Regular price for both THE Ladies cottage prayer meeting will held on next Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs J G Mansfield The work text is Judgement 1MRTiiosW MCLAUGHLIN who has about a handsome new residence on his farm place a short distance from town will move his family from town to the now home in a few days t JOHNNIE HARDIN has opened a new store in the room ndjoin drugIstore Ho keeps tin ware and almost anything in the household novelties The store is vety appropriately The Racket neltweekihe on i connty Telephone Company The line will beto Lebanon vi- a8mmsndEstT4x i Con flections will tbe made with 1 1q y I TRY THEIR l Warranted Razors and r r Scissors edrjor Money Refunded ltI ze Freezer Carpenters Builders BftJT TOlrtlN GASOLENEfqr McElroV fromI anything completed glassware called Campellsvi11eTaylrsglo other points in Marion Taylor and Green counties Tin directors of the Fair com pany met last Saturday and dis holdinglanoth leaving out the trotting races The board will hold another meeting on next Saturday THE Louisville and Nashville will a special train from here to on next Sunday the occasion being the great game of baseball between Louts yule and Cleveland Train loaves Springfield 730 a m and re turning leaves at 880 p m Round trip only 120 Flowers and Plants I will be inSpringfield the 20th County Court day with a nic6 lot of Dowers and plants and will ship put a iiicfe lot also the 101 lowing week and will have them for sale early Wednesday morn ing on the street May 5th Come early ED H MATTJNGLY 4 MR JOE MUDD clever higiotchickencoop It consists of conpcWilJ house withf yard enclosed with wire netting and will holdT537eral thonsnnitph Qk onsThq coop i intended to used by Mudd 4Petorson who ship from hee quite a number of cad poultry during the IYC3J oftcalled a convention for Saturday af ernoon next at the courthouse for the purpose of selecting delegates to the dis trict t meet at Let anon May 8th to nominate candidates for Circuit judge and Commonwealth Attorney The official call is published in an other column THB Nelson Record says Sheep raisers talking of getting up a patition asking the Legislature to pass a law for protection against the dogs It is proposed that a dog tax be levied to be collected by the Sheriff and that dogs not wearing the tax paid tag be killed From the funds raised by the tax owners who suffer from the raids are to be reim bursed for their losses These suggestions have met with great favor It is no small matter to lose tv enty to thirty spring lambs I MR JOHN JOURDAN a promi nent farmer living in the eastern part of Franklin county was here yesterday to appear before the Board of Pension Examiners iand tells ofa ibad state of af fairs ia his neighborhood Mr Jourdan says that seven or eight large tobacco raisers in that CflflhOGejvddotjcesfromEi1YiQu6 i t t jjKWCWXiS a 71rB iA FullLtne of tg Granite Waro Direcffrora the Manufacturers g Dont Frill to See it and l11f S Get Prices Ufj Buckeye and Myqrs Force Tank fe acd Spray Biimps ROOFING GUT E iNQ ANDVr PI17MBING iI OUK SPECIALTY clr S Com and see us andwe wi k 4 i Threat You liight v lOur fcte 1 Ranges arI=THEii T i D LJtt- AAW I w A VA A9W You i rqr Y I 2 be run Louisville Louisvilla our be of convention are all A K them not to put in tobacco crop this year unless they are prepared to stand the consequences Mr Jourdan says that the farm ors are considerably alarmed over the threafe but that one or two of the largest growers an nounce their intention of going ahead in spite of the threats MnR HARDIN MCELROY who lives thre2 miles from town on the Perryville pike suffered a severe loss by fire early Wednesday morning Two of his barns with all contents were de stroyed one barn contained five mules and three horses be sides some agricultural imple ments and a lot of hay and IeedI Nothing was saved and the loss will aggregate about 1500 There was aOO insurance on the property The fire started in a hay loft and there is no clue to its cause unless it was started by tramps who miy have been sleeping thero The los3 is a severe one for Mr McElroy coming as iif djdes just at the be ginain fof the spring farming season A TIME to which many of our teachers look with interest not wholly unmixed with anxiety iis examination days the first ofI which occur in May A member of the State Board of Education which makes out the questions is quoted as saying that they l1stlyoarthinks teachers ought to Icnqw l more this year than thoy jdidlI last and- that we liv6 in an ago of progress tliirt the standard of educationil quoli tIc a tii o n should be placed high so that teachers would ba good enough and scarce enough to be sought for rather than to seek schools The examination this year Will deal largely with current topics things that are taking place in this groat world of ours teach ers will also be expoctoi to know something about the school law psychology in conuecticn with the theory and practice of teaching or in ottor words those not ffcstod iiedd not apply Americana nro tho most invontivopnol plo on nurlli To toni have boon issued nearly patent or more than one tbiid of all tho patents issued in tho world No dlfcavery of inodirn years hew boon of greater bonetit to mankind than Chamberlains Colic Choloni and Dlarrhoo Homed v nr hx done moro to WIDicrrhoo Remedy In my family for sor era yoarn nnd ind it to bn the best mcdr iciho I over used for cramps in tho ato mach mid bowels Fur nalo hy ifnydon tRgbertson Dr KIngs New Discovery for Con sumptiuii Ttltsls tkobest iRcdldno in tho wfnrld for alt forms of coughs colds and qon ouuiption tory bottle ii gnamntecd It wilt cure and not disappoint It has no cjwal for whooping cough asthma hay foyer pneumonia broncliUfy la grippe cold in the Rood und fpr ban sumption It igsafo for nil ages pleas to tiko mill above all sure ciiH ltlualvnjrs wbll to take Dr Klnird New N Cwl lO Pi1 conifocMotv with t1Ingsft nndloJ to hiffich and bowi3s y it1tltta tfa iub or i t1t r 1 aLUiydoutRobQrtsonsdrustoro And 103 PSON7LG A Green was in Lebanon Mon day Prod P Oaldwell wont to Loai yule Tuesday Mr A C McElror was in Lisjjtillo Monday rBD Lake and Harry Thompson wont to Louisville Tuesday Arthur Oanipbell went fo Crab Orchard Tuesday on business =Mr jand Mrs Joe Rf Mudd are in CEJcagdrfHia week visiting relatives 4Charlfe Hardesty made a flying trip to Louisville tho first of the week lossrs Gao Oboaheir and tfod Olaybrookworein Bardetown Sunday Miss Dolly tfreen of Easfr Texas iVvfaltingat the home of WTMoEl troy C TM1 A H McOhord has recovered s1IIipIefltly from his illness to be put again t UMObn EWlogOILonlsvlUe has boavI1JIngre1aUyes in this county this week John S Yankey went to Louis vilo Tuesday with a shipment of hogs fort e firm Dr Miles Saunders returned Msn dayfrom CampbellsvHe where he has been attending Presbytery W D Claybroose was at home from Danville Sunday accompanied by a Mr West a college mats Irvino Shuck of Helsna Mont an old Springfield boy will shortly visit relatives here ad in Lebanon Oapt Sol 8 Shcck was over from Lebanon the first of the week and paid the NEwa LEADER office a call Messrs John W Lewis Jack W Thompson and Wo Reed have gone to Frankfort to look over the Senato rial contest luLls Hunter Dispatches from WushioglOD indicate beyond question that Hon John W Lewis has been slated for Collector in this district But if Hunter is elected Senator that slate will likely be broken As old Gumshoe charged tho ex Congressman with walking around Frankfort with a Senatorial lighten ng rod up and this he will never forgive GRANT RAIDED THE PARTY I now the GraoTnl Onco Drokn Up an In terc tln Pokor tine J F l3 Lilliard tells the following poker Wave story says the San Francisco General Grant once interfered in n most unwarranted and arbitrary manner with a poker game that was paying jjio a big Iofit Enid Andrew Banner Itwas abort ly after tho battle of Shiloh and we Coufeds were feeling pretty bad Jy down in tha mouth I was on the ad vaiiccrt picket lila cre bright moonlight night and iho Vanka had a post only a few hundred yards away Wo shot at each other until wo got tired of tho Epbrl then we swapped uowspapcin co3ce and tobacco A dixrcdovil yonjg Yankee corporal walked right Into rot post sat cnton n Jog uncoucornod oa you pltftM sad asked us if wo know howto play drajv poker Did we Woo rather thought wo did Had wo ony gfeonbackst few ThOu ho pulled qut topTalof plpycdIa wide open gjuso forgetting that tLc cruel yiir wnsEOt ovcw Luck came my way and I soon had everybody but the 3fnnki 8 corppral broke The rest were equal ted vouud bluo and graywatcbihg the camc ben there camo that ugly oM ick Ick familiar to the Eoldicrs1 ear We looked up and thcro stood a Ynieo eergoant with four men their mnckcts ccckcd Members of the Fortyninth consider yrormlves under arrest raid tho sergeant Oh como now rorjjeant the corporal bpanwhcu n horseman reined up behind the Rnard anti ho concl dcd General Grant by hokcy lv Eke bio coats not tin locking Hku n lot of whip peel eohoolbcys und saluted their corn uiraider who eyed thorn as sVcrnly as a sphinx Ibcy filed in frout of the guard and started for camp When their backs wcio turned on him Grant removed tho cigar from hii month and with a cynical einilb rfked tbo Confederate nearest him Whos ahead jOh wo are replied tho Defender of the stare end bent Those Champs yonvo brought down hero cant play poker a littlo hit But they can fight general I remarked Havo to ccircintBf said Grant dryly and redo nway I HOW PEOPLE REST ficmo Xtaoci Sli Mid LJe Down While O hIera Crouch aatl Inec There wide difference in the modes followed by the various rccca of theJ world iu tithing their rest It tccm to thaAuicrlcau that by far tbo most cat JsfnotcryWBy to clo it is cither to ait or Ho down but there arc millions of hu muu boiugH that rest quito c9 jell in quite n different way Tho jnost barbarous tacca crouch and lmeeJ4 when reeling and tWit com fortably that they sleep in those pea tmps nil easily as an American does iu bed Tho lower classes among the Hun doos ruidsonio of tho South American races sleep thus ttjto men usu 1J1 crouch ing elf the women kneeling In the nott higher ffradci cf ciyilira turn these pceitiouB gio way to eitHng with crossed legs TlliJiJ tla dttfa poptriro of Ihq Husetumdn mid the J7a oifiQislsd races as ia wfcll Khowu la eorna iersfuu hqusor iowpvcr Jfriffupti uNn4 b ttt sea the i hbtI +t Biwi ranged Wet n ridfviiI iLw1t SPECIAL PRIO FOR ONE WEEK t jt On Carpetst Mattings Floor Rugs 5ii Cloths JLuiq reums Wall Paper Window Shades Lace Curtain and Portiers Tkble Oil Cloths Table Linens 5i tv Napkins Towels Etc i csf See our Threeyards long and iu arejalsopfferintd Bdrgainfu tiitr i it 1 58 cents a pair well wortti 750 T r Mattingslp cents per t3c oiihlNew lMatterhs PJd6rOrCiath 20c 25c und 80d 3 j nT lloOilO1oth1bciiyrd to fitTurIey RtIable Damask 25c per 0 pac1lS Napkins 25c 5Qjapd SI 00 per dozen t c 4 4 Durmgjliis ale4we wiThsellra iiiDitJi fitdosier peiyard fwill L iMcChord Robertsfln I BIG PAY To Hustlers 1 fr QfSTANDARD J f rmutAdJreta DOWNER BRIQGSJBOWLING GREEN KY Anotner step npvrnraoa tuo ntt6wct ciyilizaticu brings wt to chairs nf vail forms A primitive chnir consisting simple wooden support n fojv inch IOns high is found iu eomo art3 pi Then comes the SmIle support with a round crosspicce which iscein Guinea end then a Sat oro3pSe with two legs which is utcil in tho upper Nilq country Finny comes the thrco und lour lodged stools and chirs comp times In cimplo form nDdEomoHacca hnndspnicly carved which nib fonud nmoug the cirilizcd races allcvcr the world Iu Egypt tho fellohs retain the four postures of ttheir aucctors the lslcelicg tho sitting tho cross legged ntidtlio fitting upon the ground with icgajoined All four late from tho cichtoeuth dyiiaBly Exchange UfO TraataienU A process hoa be brotgljHfprward m Sweden Ly Olm and Loffrnild for bymCl1bohpplicd to ujijicral mistakes contain lug for example irqu ores limestone biuntitb native geld quart cr isfli+ cqtcs and even when the wiIturcs are edVoor in gold and bismuth that It wonldOthorvf be nnprofitUDld to work thi w Tho ciothorf now brotigiit forwnl consists in placing tbo oreq 3u hath melted lead peeping it ta free as bio from any contuct wlth tile air Jgold ores which contain little or uo bi pmth enough of the latter finbstouco UIventing oxidation of the alloy and lo 01mctllyhicllwool oUienvi6oicsult The biuhuiiulo use of for this pnrpw is filtered through a cylinder the hot torn cf wiiich ccnsjpts of a perforate ihcefr cf metal covered with a layer o nibcstas piccca ot iron wire and coa dust AJaLiab1e lIclilHian Editor Morrison of 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OsborneTS J2lr do Len it fv do RM Sr Y t1 5 fdoJim r 0 do EdH Ci 50 OiiTiroED Dont DolL 1BUl NyR dnce 81idhDo Dot ofIaor 8ny other sum Cheat the minister cteat anybody and everybody but if you have any regard for future consequences Youwil1bwant sume public favor for your self or your friends and when yonrlQclrls a thing of beauty a joy forever the editor will open on you and knock your castles into ft cocked hat at the first fire Hell subdue you arid then youll drivelngJdiotkbock you down and kick you for falling Odoriferous Eggs Hopkitsvillo Independent A recent report says that Tbo mae Hendricks a farmer resid lug at Lisle recently EoJda quantity of eggs to a family in Bin bJmpto1 who complained that tbey were almost woi tblcss owing to a strong taste of kerosene He could not account for this but when a bakery he bpd been supplying refused to te cpive any moru of his goods for the same reason he began an ex amination He found that the chickens had eaten a quantity of corn left lying in the vicinity ofr two kerosene barrels This gave him an idea and bo began to er pqtiment He confined three heno ju a coop jthd fed them on corn that had been soaked over night in water strongly tinclured wilt extract of vanilla Tbe result was that the eggs could not be eaten but When used in cook lug imparted a delicato fiaorc- aLcepr to the pastry vithouc the use of other flavoring He topir some of these eggs trOjtheibakery w herethey wotqtested dpro nounced superior to anything Iin the flavoring line Next t t W LDtui1Q911o yearr i 4 tL MOTHERI There is no rUll1of caninglandab f MOTHER Lhe who watched gulddthe life of every Expectant Moth er is beset with danger and allcf fort shoul4el made to avoid iL Mothers Friend re1inthe Expectant Mother is cnal 1wardgloomyforebodjntr xperiences the joy of Motherkeod- ts use iisures saetytdth lhrcs of both Mother and Child anhe is found stronger after than Ifore- onfinementin sliort it makes Childbirth natural and easyP as so many have saidpont 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