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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r r rv rI- b i I ti T jfr6 J f e J 1 TJTENEWS LEADER roh1ffM lf I ii NeW Series Yoll IV SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUOKY APRIL 291897 No c cIII iIri 7k POWDER AboIuly ParIg r Celebrated forttS great leavening strength sid hsalthfnlness Aunrea the food against alum and all forms of adulteration com mon to the cheaper brand ROYAL BVK MO POWDER 0 NEW YORK Local or Business Notices 10 cents per has for tha first Insertion and 5 cents for eh inWeojienUnsorUon 4 Calls m candidates and political matter 4 U eaati per line 1 b Work is dona at lo crates but cash mustbapilloaidUrerjof Roods nA veHliinc coutrKrt rna4ei 1Icil f I ria s s t ft iiHs and resolutions of respect 8 pants i L1XOUWXT3 titi gagstrates i 2M C untr Officers i 4500District Offlees 1000 I CMUHCH DIRECTORY k BAPTIST CHURCH Es C 0 Pagh faitor Services every tt 9aaflkj at 11 a m and 8 p mundayI r if Eohoeat 833 Pravsr eetlAlt on Wed 1 iU8dJTallab 7SOp m METHODIST CIIURCRblUv B V Atkinson Pastor Ssrvices on tie Tlr t iid Third Sundaji eachjnnth II a M and t p 11 It r PRESBYTERIAN CHURCIiRrrBE O LawionPt tprSetvices everyW Sanday at 11 a m aufl ft p m j Pra9Jr j t g very Thursday night jDATHdLIC ciiicaaJ IterP FH noesyrwtori Sen1ce1evry idelay at 8 sudtO pcock a Berrtcw atat Rose same hour t PRXTERNKL ORDERS lAAiovro LODOE Springfield Ibdgo No 50 uaeta oeooud Uondsrf a each rncnth 1WbngtoaIt 0 chapter Nc 27 meets ary third Monday t xpringt Council No 52 meeta every a j r NondayvKxioats OF HOXQP Meets every second and fourth Monday in each month ICxtaors J cJJBuMeetsevery IrstWednesdsybacb month CQUNrtDiRECTbRY cmcur CQURT t C relit cur t pins on the fourth lion iny la February Maraud October C E Uattawon Jiidsjd WB Sirenay Commonwealth Attorney y it Campbell i1eiTW SumSjaS QUARTERLY COUflt Quarterly Court is held ptfthe thIrd Mont Jay In January April tutj sod JackW Thompson Judge COUNTY COUHT i Camaty Court meets an the fourth Mon ylwacb njorftb Jack VT Thompson Jndjjo W F Hookor County Clerk I I H Thnrman ourtv Attorney JJR Smith Jailer I JTiraycroft Sheriff r WRThurman B B poeU VU3pntIes 4 Uastei Ilames F Moor counfy Sorrcyor T D Snarp Aa n sor r ItLNpptyAB Campbell county Treasnrex I 1 SPNlNQFl5LDDIRIOtOP JrcNoePoUce1ad j tdffiAn Grace Marshal tTT O itect City Attorney JUbTtOI COURT 4 JvuUce courUara held in January April JS1IT lad October JUiny lives bnve been saved by tho timely usa ot Pr Bells PlneTarHoncy When a cold creeps upou you or n cough Your lungs no re nedy is St fracks et effectual Caa given to J with perfect safety and Is sure to produce beneficial results j Whether Its a stubborn o1dorust a r8nlm 0 you can cure it for good with Dr rtIi BeWs Pine tar buoy Th1 fattutl- yrnedy taken In time will stop the pro iMfK1 e S ofconsurnptldn andbdng tho color health to thO paIld cheak rJ ftHavo You Hal the Grip rHyon han you probably need a re 1 Hablo medlpinollko Foieys Honey and Tarto hojil yottr tongs yjnd stop the racking cotton iijcidontal to this disease 3hor sale yHayidlon 6 Robertson I Personal PnE51I9ometBca1 reference o k to any persoirHifQiftcd with any apecial chronlo or delicate dlcaso poculiar to ftheir Kox tAddrcRs theleading iliysl rinns atndsgrgeqnOf the United States Dr riatiiaway dtCpv 70 DearbpfnistrfBtt hJ r r r L ODDS ND ENDS OF GOSSIP LOVE IN THE SPRINGTIME Springs sweotlyladenfd breezo Floating round us everywhere And tho budding o tho trees 4nd the blossoms hero and thoro And tho cooing of ho dovo Fill the heart with sweetest joy Nays the tlmefor us to love Says tho maiden to tho boy Littlo birds on tho wing Nature dancing while thoy sing All the Misses Tlirp lng klssos To their 8weptlieartsl In the Spring Sweethcartt sweetheart I ndoro you I will lore you all the time And if all tho world Ignore you Twill love you sweetheart mine Wontyou make iny future brighter Puck nway the thorns ot lire Wont you snake mvbnrnons lighter Swee licart sweetheart be my wife brinK1YWell think well I guesIYoU I think Ill saydyed They are sweethearts In tho Spring Thus they talk and make their plans Agree to c erYtcn But And winter nlpsloves cornea JIGin Lame 7L IdI PEELINGThere is BETTER among the honest farmera this spring a better feel ing over the outlook notwith t standing the scarcity of money j cry Among the large crowd of farmers who came to town on County Conrt Day there was toe heard a general expression ofj encouragement The crop out- ookaUhis time is good It is true that tim continued heavy ziins delayed the planting some hat but with a little extra hard work there is no reason why there should not be as large an reaga planted as usuaL Wheat looking fine and what is bet tel there is a good assuranceI that the price for will be much higher for this years harvest than for last years The acreage oftobaocoj in this county this year will btC less than last year and there is prospect of better prices pre- ailing for that produ t alsoI The truth is if the farmer would only believe it he is much better off than the average man of any other vocation and he should quit grumbling and go to plow ing a IHELATESTsnake story Its jI recorded in the Transvaal published in Cape Town as cold fact that in Sekukiniland a na- iveran abross a boa constrictor measuring about fortyseven ryouPgr ihehorns The horns stuck out on each side of the reptiles mouth The native recognized the horns as those of a buck he owned and he ran and got sticks and pinned the serpent which was dormant to the ground Then he got hold of the horns and pulled and twisted Ho got the buck out inch by inch until half itsbody showed arid then it came with a jjerk and the boy fell over on his back Before ho had time to think twice the snake relieved of his load of mutton was upon him and it seized his head in its mouth and in three minutes the native had taken the place of the buck only he was all inside there was nothing left out to pull on oven if a rescuer had come along Having swallowed the boy the boa deliberately swungIts head around and grabbing its tail swallowed eight feet of it thus closing the mouth and throat downwhich the native had disappeared and making escape absolutely impossible The Transvaal vouches for the trutht of the story ASHING The fishing season is IU upon us and the local uimrodl is actively hying himself to banks of allurIng streams there to try his skill luck and patiencej Theydo gay that there are mor 31 fish in the streams thrqughont this section this year than eve beforo This is a 1tea1Qf by the recent heavy rains and floods which have brought the fish from the larger rivers up into the smaller streams AfiSbi in the case of high water always travels up stream and in such a continuous flood as the one this spring a finny navigator could travel many a mile So it need notbea matter of surprise to ahy loife fisherman to encounter a stray member of the deep water tribe in one of our small creeks Among the favorite streams for fishing in this county are Big Beech at Frederick town Chaplin River at Tatham Springs Hardins Creek Little Beech Pleasant Run Cart Wrights Creek and other smaller streams Some fine speci mens Of the bass and other game ffsh are caught in Chaplin River and Big Beech and those points afford rare sport for fishing and camping parties DEAD Thov rumor which NOT to have gotten out recently that the Springfield Dra ClubIdead is a mistake On the con rzuzv one of the members in forms me that the club is very much alive and is diligently the play Esmeralda rehearsingf whichjt is proposed to product n grand style at a date along about the middle of May The u members of the club who are to make up the caste in the playp are all talented young people andiI i they propose to give a perform i ance which will bea credit professionals toI i rUTDONETiThekeeper of fe ytown pound is in danger of be ling outdonQ One would suppose that it would be an impos sibility toCldo the poundkeepo er that much abused individual who with authority from the town trustees takes charge ofII any loose stock and keeps it safely until the owner thereof i steps up and pays the fees but t it has been done and this way It seems that on County Court davthere is brought to town a varied assortment of horse flesh trading stock all more or less bad In spmo cases the animal jis too disreputable be traded for anytning and is too poor to get back home so it is turned wayltolor more costs upon it the oldI horse is in soak beyond IIpoundII IfIIf and seeing many recommendations from different persons oHts wonderful valu able merits I thought I would try a hot tie I have been seriously Sheeted forItwentylive years vMh a cough and pnitiR in my side and breast that were causing mo a misoralo tile I spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for modicono tut nvejytuliii failed until I found this wonderful remedy It beatj the world and hits saved my life I ro commoiid Ir Bolls Iino Tar flnnoy to evrybody with weak lungs It a great success J B Hoasoll Orantsliurn I Ill Letter of Tlmuks A Georgia paper received t eI following note of thanks from a practical it disconsolate widow Mr Editor I desire to thank the friends and neighbors moslI heartily in this manner for their united aid and cooperation during the illness and death of my late lamented husband who escaped from me by thA hand of death on lasl Friday while eating breakfast To my friends and all who contributed so willI ingly toward making the last moments and the funeral of my husband howling success I desire to remember mpst kindly hoping theseilines will find them enjoying the same blessings as 1 am I huye a Jood milch cow and roan gelding horse eigll years old which 1 will sell cheap God moyes in a mysterious way 31tIis wonders to peiform He seaknd11des a bla ka w Jte b atveryJow YOUtt IXELTiTJEy CE Your intelligonco questioned by too c1rug =lat who tries to influence you to let him bottle nnylhing for you when you ask him for Dr Bells PineTar Honey No dniKgist can put tIthtip for youIto cannot put up Janythlng like Itf It is not to be had Ih bulkIt is to bo had only in2o arid SI bottles fheroI is nothing just as good M Dr Belli l PineTur Honey Avoid those subst tutosr v idi kluiiJri sounding names When you buy DrBells PlneTarHonoy see that the bottle has nover been opened and that Upbears tho picture and test rtinnv of Oood Old Oranny Meicaire and thojimmo of tho E K Sutherland Medicine Company Fountain PuikI Paducah Ky 1IWITH OUR fARMERS Notices stock lecd or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this col umn FREE pr cnAnoB Farmers are re quested to send in stock or crop items foj publication Competent authorities say that ap pleo grapes and the small fruits have b been in no way injured by the sharp frosts of the 10th and 20th nor by tho continued rains and low temperature oftho month lltSouthern Kentucky Swine breeders hayo in recent years greatly improved the hogs of that territory and soino as fine strain and as good individuals can now be found in Southern Ken tncky as in any State IIIPlaster mixed with manure from the poultry house makos a splendid top for 1forplying and also mix well with theJ soil The cleanings from the chicken house are of more worth than we usw ally accord j themIJIJ vThemeetIingsilating to husbandry is incalculably groat Through no other means has it been possible to so qhickly cheaply and effectually disseminate Information or excite interest nmon a largo number of farmers Farmers Homo Journal titMr E P Faulconer writes tho NEWSLEADBII that he had the best i f horses recently that he has soonii for tho past five years and that there were a great many buyers present nd horses sold fast add unusually high good ones bringing 203 to 100 Mr Faulconers sale Is called the banoher sale of Kentvcky and he has os bJfsbed a reputationf or handling the best horses and for fair dealing it- e t Live stock properly Kept and Intel gently managed wil come neares keeping the average farmer in funds than any other form of rural industry In certain tfectjons some Special kinds of work such as truckfarming dairy- Ing of or fruit culture will prove the salvation of thousands but the cow and the nowwill continue to lift more mortgages in tho corn belt than all u agencies combined Keep good ones and thev will keep youq ItttatIwith sheep just ai present They are selling St per 100 lbs higher than this time last year Some of the talent were caught napping in tho upturn Knowing that the feedlots of the West were full to overflowing thoy banked on lowoj prices when they hoIl gan to unload but they did not reckon on the stiff export demand that ban carried prices upward The consump tion of mutton Is rapidly growing enIcouraged by the better quality now to be purchased in our mnrkets t I Nothing more clearly indicates the shortage in feeding cattle than the fact thatduring the past few weoks Buffalo has been shipping feeders to Chlpago saya the Breeders Gazette The West hM for years been the breeding grou id and its lean stocks t have been sbipded East to bo fattened oh she corn and bluegrass of the Mis slssippi and Ohio Valleys It is surely an anomalous condition when th West roaches out to the East for stocks to consume its corn and grass A drowning man would have lIttlo usrf for u method of rescue which would no quire days A dyHpotic doesnt vpnt to bother with a remedy 4liat is enlnp to take weeks to show Its beneficial offt The Mount Lebanon Shakers urn olFer ing n product under the unmoof Shaker Digestive Cordial which yields immediate relief The very Hrbtdoso proves bonntlcial in most cases and it is uwin to their unbounded conMdonco hilt that they have put 10 cent sample bottles on the market Those can be had through any druggist and it will opav the uf liictcd to invest the trifling sum neceas airy to make a trial The Shaker Digestive Cordial relioves by resting the stomach and aiding the digestion of tooth IF roui 7J4UC Acn Ur01 ircMl wont out Trails aood nothing Tryfl1wifVttTTill euro you nndglvcaiowt pitit tjjeii fp IrifHf t How to Find Out Fill a btilo or common water glass with urine and let It stand twentyfetor hoursa so Jment or settling indicates a diseased condition olthr kidneys When urine toms lines it Is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too freouont dctire to urinate or pioothatorder 1VII AT TO DO There is o aloiX in the knowledge to often expressed tuat Jr Kilmers HwamyBoot the great kldhey rem dy fulfils every wish relieving pain in the back kidno 81iverIbladdcrjand every partbf tho sages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing It or s ad ef fects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant nscessity of being compelled to get up many times during tho night to uinato The bIlld and oxtraordlnarr effect of SwampRoot is soon realized rt stands the highest for its won derful cures of most distressing CUe If you need a medlclno you should have tho best Sold by druggists price fifty dents and one dollar For osamplo bottle and oamphlet bothscnt free by mall mention NEWS En and send your full pos of lngiamtou N YfjTho proprietors of this pa per guarantee thn genuineness of this offer 1 CORRESPONDENCEHARDINS From Our Bpodal CoTMprnaen After a nice April shower far gladIhad almost begun to have the blues It is true that we are rom two to three weeks behind crop workyet the time has not been lost as witness the new lines of tenses and the old delap ones torn down and re aired IW D Forrell has about completed his new dwelling T D McCullum has also put up a nice cottage John Higdon has built a new barn E H Adams has built a new kitchenSo see with the pew build ings and new fences our vicinity is booming somewhat We are in the swim also as to fish Hfodins Creek is full of them Hicks Mclntire caught ne that weighed 9J pounds Ho was however a stranger I suppose he came up out of the Mississippi to avoid beingdrown d UNO Mr A Invw residing at 720 Henry St Alton Illfiullbred with wiatin rheu matism for over eight month She doe tored for it nearly tho whole of this time using various remedies recommended by friends and was treated ny the ph3 slclanc but received no relief She then seal ono and a half bottles of Cliambc latns rain Baum which effected a com plete cure Tills Is pulihisliedat her re uest as site wants others similarly af tlictcd to know what cunxl Jior The25 iid 50 cnt sizes for sale by hayden Kubertsou MACKVILLE Fiom Our Special Correspondent Farmers began planting corn last week The prospects are very flat taring foran abundant wheat harvest Miss Maggie Sacray ot Stanford was the guest of relatives here last Sunday Parson Kersev of Wilmore arrived last week to spend a few Jays with friends here Mrs Fannie Parks and daughter Miss Ada of Perry villo were visiting friends here last Sun day Tom De- rrrodsbrgzi1 andJamib o r last Sunday wjthliis father Mr S J Derr Mrs Z P Leachraan has been spending a few days with her daughter MrsE H Gotibyju Perry ville There were no services attKe BaptiscbclrlffSVGiay ow ing tD the absence ot their pas for Rev Purdom who was in Louisville Rev Overstreet hilled his regular appointment hero onSun day last Ho will be absent on next fourth A Life for Uc Mhnvr 0 plobavabften cured of Klct- RQy dispasoj by taking a 50o bottle of Fo leys Kldiiey Cure oMnIIp by Haydon tItqb rti n COURT DAY SALES The foltowing stPck sales were made on the street Monday as reported by S M Campbelll the auctioneer T lvehadof yearlitg cattle at 2210 per bead one Jersey heifer 875 one cow and calf 250 one heifer 900 heifer SllCO 83 head of extra short twoyeary old cattle at 3COper headi ore wand calf 2575 12 head cat tie 81985 3 heifers at 1030 per head 27 head cattle mt 1700 per bead one sow and pigs 975 two sows and pigs 1725 one sow and pigs 1100 one pair extra fine oxen told to R YJ McElrov for 1QO one pair of work cattle toO one boar hog SO 00 ono old horse 3 75 one l plug horse 1250 Col R B Whayne the anct ioneer reported the following list one mare1175 32 head of hogs 3 80 per head tQ steers atI 300 per hundred two sows and 12 pigs 2000 one witch cow 2000 one fouryearold cow 2800one horse mulp 3075 one mare mule 2775 l4head of hogsat 200 per Lead 20 steers at 17 55 TWe following sales were re ported by W B Spears auct ioneer 29 head two year old steers at S100 per head pne Jersey cow and calf 1625 two cows with calves at 2250 each one sorrel mare and mule colt J25CO one silver watch American works 275 30 acres land Commissioners sale 15150 Electric Bitters Electric Hitters is a medicine suited for any season but perhaps moro gen erally needed when the languid exhausted feeling prevaIls when the liycr istorpldandsluggish nnCT the need 011I tonic Iud nltomtlue Is felt A prompt use of this medicine has ften flverted long and perhaps fatal bilious favors Ko medico will act more surely in counter artlngnnd freeing tho system front the malarial poison Ilcadache indigestion constipation dizziness yield to Electric J Bitters 50c and 100 pet bottle at Bay don tt Robertsons drugstore L FatsIn liOt HIRoll the door yard Do your duty on Arbor day A good mule will work both nays Dont be afraid of trying new things fitst1week t The quicker you get tho strawberry t bed set out the better The first spring day in the furrowI oh my dontwo got tired There is but one straight course and that is to seek truth and pursue itssteadily Now give the boys and girls chance to do some farming on their own ac count It will pay There wore spent for intoxicants hut year in this country 1456000000 whet sense Is there in that Try two hundred pounds of nitrate of soda per acre on the cow pasture t Try it in the ardenalooTwo years aeo RJ Warren a druggist at Pleasant Btook K Y bought a canal supply of Cbnmberlaluss roughl Remedy ho sums up the result asi fat lows UAt that timo tho goads were un known In this tendon today Chamber Iains Cough Remedy Isa household word It is tho Rime In hundreds of communities Wherever the good qualo tIcS of Ohamborlatns Cough Ponitdy become known the people wilj have nothing else For sale by Haydon Robertson sAnThis is tha way an ediforfeels Inlblant citys rule and IHW from its fashinsand formpI cut loose and go where the straw berry grows on its straw and the gooseberry grows on goosejwherc nUjKcatmp tree climbed by the cataVshe clutches for her prey the guileless andjunsuspecting rat on the rattan bush nt play 1 will catch with ease the saffron cowandl l the owlet in their glee as they lay yvrjoyi from bough to bough on the top ot a cowslip free and list while tile partridge arums his- thumancl tIll woodcbuck chucks l his wood and the doe dev irs the logwood plum in the primitive sot itude t coO lot flIp tlrit k from the moss grown pump that ias hewn from 8ndl1milk redImlIhpineapple from the pine Aiidthen- tothi lyhitwasbet1diir3t Pit turn Where tbe dairymaidi hastenln thee 1iekrtiiitly i1 g ldzreI butter to churn from the milk of ther butteriliea and Ill rise at morn with tbe arly Helfo tho fragrah br1Yltrdpo8ttlndwofch while they farmer turns his hnnl of grass tjnppeis out to fitaai Pucifac Union i c6isqirnoiiCAIBB Miti Ti A blocum M C the OriatCimiYand Scientist will tend Free to the AC llIcted 1hreeIJott1esorHIBEellD v covered Remedies to Cora Ooniumptloa and All IUng Troubles lfothnj Scull ba niiro fairer lQor n1icsntbrpplc or carry more Joy to the afiUcted than the offer of T A SlocutnM CotrNew York Citv Gonfldent that be has discovered oreltr able cute for consumption and all bronchaV and enknssIoss of flesh and nil con ditJ I tons ot wasting and to rnakejts great merits known he will send free three botj ties to any reader of the NBWILEADB wtfo may be suffering Aireadv this new scientific ronnie ot m dloino has pennanentlr cured o1U nlaofJlpp treutJthol efessCBCI 1The Doctor consMimi It his reMgions duty 0 idnty wlrfch ba owes to humanity to donate hit infallible euro t Hbha proved tho drcalld consumntioni to be a curable di caxo beyond any doubt aid has on Ole in bisAmerican and Eurtlaboratories testimonbtlf at ezp riuca r from thoao bcncfltlcd and cod In all part of the world Dont delay until It is toolato Oonnufflp tlnn unInterrupted means gwedyanrl eeT tain death Address 1A S1rn3tC95 PIne Street New Ydrknnd when wrltr the Doctor give euros and postofBo addreAs and please mention rending this nrticU in Tnc NrwsLEitiEK1 sDr fins PlneTarlTnnoycuieacotiefc and coils it ptltf the afr passages r It1 heals tim bttIcqIUIt lubns It lit renIt thens weak uugs ItbniTds uptbpiUajj sties It enables the blood to recciVelltg ro1OrUPPIYt0t4ffi k fflie Country Press l t The general public doea hot aF vaya appreciate the aervicft vrhich the country editor renders to thcT 8tatp4 Away from the grcit comb mer iial centers the country either itreer front tte influences onthntf Ispirit of that commercialism which too Ircqueht dominates the met I ropblitan press Too many newspapers have heir editorial policy directed with an eye single tf the j V receipsof the business ofBce Tlie editor In the great city is too fr qucntly 4bq this slave of the buai fluSh manager Truth is too then suppressed and false doctrines de cndedand promulgated because 1 v 1 such a course puts money into the i iursa of the proprietor Tbe luBt ilor gCITIich has invadsdnerYj sphere of activity ana which has become a dominant trait of our socialv political and industrial ljfetn has not spared the prcsf but tlftj country press is tar beyonJ this Influence Jfor this reason the weeklies and small dailies nran post wholesomeI pbwerl They ate usually closer to lie people Jnd more thoroughly ieprestnt tivooffthe public sentiment of the country the uiban communities They fight the bottles of the peoplb7 This Mas never inor sfrifeingly il luslratod than in the laie Eresi z dentist cainpain wh ntliv couiitry press was almost thisada Hupportn ol the Democratic party A high standard of excellenco craong the country pperi of Kentucky and the lgijt mnjor tty of tho Kentucky edit6rsnrp ia the side pf tile people in their r gleagninst the p wor8Fplu tocrocy The Dispatch clesirVs to t makagratefil acknowledgement of the services that these rentemen- Mr huvb rendered in the movement to establish a metropolitan ipaper in +Louisville which kill bo in Jail sympathy an J acc rd with their 4 efforts They have JJ1trfb ted much to the success of tbcnte prise Loulsrillo Dispatchy jJ Qir Gallagher No 674 tt One Of the handsomest stalr lions we have seen was xhiWjprjL on the streets of Springfield 46r County Court day It wJ JJ p liiwDedoodlawn Nalsbn GaL ItlabyRed Squljrell out of Flotilla iihyf CiteJUs Iieiington F Si Mr fMarshall will sUnd the hors at 1tIhis place niar WooAUwB ftillQ toiusure a cifilk a 4J Jil gljhear froth ouriDtrs of WasbiJiitimares I1oCUI1I Cossttpstas F8t 190trtIIf I w 7 1f n fr4 Tif ff ti h THE NEWS LEADER 111 I c IHE HEISLEADER THbBSDAY APRIL 29 189T IE L DAVISON JR ANNOUNCEMENTS TOiTCIRCDlT JUDGE Pattcson Wo are authorized to announce Obarlea- P ttesoH of Taylor county a candidate i Clrcnlt Jadgeof the Eleventh Judicial tfHrtcict composed of Mario Washington 1JdGr CzntIeS bjecttotbe iftctlotf of the Democratic part November 3 1 tS07 lF6R SOHOOIi SUPERINTENDENT 4 Peter Wo ore authorized to nnnounco Or oonelh Peter aaa randhlale for County Vluperintendent of public schools for WashInjtoncoflnty subject to tho ffc tlpn of the Democratic pt rty Saunders vWb nrft authorized 10 announce Toulsc Jjtjbannders ns a caiididato for the cffieo rjoulltY Supoihtendent of Common ctiools of Washington county subject tojtho snpport of tho voters of the county undtho endorsement all political par ties JIoN W J DEBOE of Grit tonderi county wns at noon yes terday elected to the position of United States Senator to suc ceed J 0 S Blackburn and the memorahl l contest which has cost the State a fortune is over Mr Deboe was nominated by the Bapablicans in caucus on Thurs day last afLer Dr Hunter had I withdrawn but it was not until yesterdav did the Republican I fjfceinbers get tog thAr strong enough to elect him The Black burnites who were playing for no election made a hard fight but the game could not hold out THE war between Greece and Turkey still rages but the Turks y are getting the best of it It is becoming more evident every day that little Greece has bit off more than she can chew m try ing to whip the bloody Turks THE flood situation in the lower s Mississippi is improving and thanks to the generous aid from the government aad other resources much of the suffering s anddestitntioii has been relieved XEPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Republicans of waShing ton countymet in mass conven tion at the Court House on Mon day last for ttie purpose of choosing delegates to attend the district convention called to meet in hecity of Lebanon on the 8th day of May for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the p5ces of Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney in this thellth Judicial district 4to be voted for at the November election The convention was called to order by County Chairman Maj j J L Wharton On motiqn Frank Martin was made perma nent chairman andW FNeikirk was thosen secretary 1 WO Reed P S Hill J L Wharton Lytle Kays and Wm Edwards were appointed com mittee on resolutions nd repor ted the following which were adopted Resolved That we approve the call of the district committee for a Republican convention to pff be held at Lebanon Ky on the 8th day of May 1897 for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices of Circuit Judge sad Commonwealth Attarney in this the 11th Judicial district of Kentucky to be voted for at the coming November election Resolved That the following I named delegates be appointed to A attend the district convention tS V 0 Foster John A Coulter Andrew Devine W L Keeling W F Hall Isaiah lrather T MctSVB Hays S M Turner Harry IRiley J L Moore W A WajE ers Frank Brooks AlexAdams l Dan Clements and all other good republicans who desire to c s attend and that they be instructed to cast the full vote of thet r county as a unit upon all ques tions coming before said conven tion and for the nomination of Maj W J Lisle of Marion I county for the office of Circuit Judge andHonJH Woodward of Greicott1tylfor COmmon t1tli attother Resolved That ive cordially endorse the record made by pur able representative in the Gent ejl Assembly ofKentucky Hon W H Morgan His course and service there havebeenhonorabie clean consistent and patriotic and has endeared him to the people of the county His con stituentshave a right to be and nrjrOud ot him WILLISBURG From Our Rcf ilarCforrcspondent Although quiet for sometime VTilllsburg is still alive and keeping pace with the times Wheat is Booking fine in this section Mr Lee Vanarsdall of Beech land has rented the flourinfr null property of JM Brown of this place Mr Merntt Rearcyhas been in Lawrencoburg for several weeks on account of the seriovs illness rbi daujjhterjMiss AdaI J L Searcy went to Law renceburg the first ot the weelI MissesLeila Boston and Mary Forsen of Ashbrook are visiting Miss Mary Grider Rev Pike who conducted a very succegstui meeting nero a fe weeks ago will preach at the schpolhouso next Sunday afternoonRev W Peeples of Macki ville preacher here the first Sunday afternoon in each month tJ T Sutherland is building a new storeroom also putting up a wire fence aroandhis garden Miss Mayme Morritt enter tamed friends Monday even lug Several loads of brick have been taken to Tatham lor the purpose of building a wall round the springs to prevent it from being overflowed by the river It is said they are mak lug extensive preparations for the receiption of guests Town Taxes Persons owing taxes to the town of Spnngfield must settle same at once and avoid costs and trouble H it THOMPSONCollector Tin rishln ttieann of entncky Thu finest arietias of fish aie more plentiful in Kentucky streams than for years past Jn some sectlonsof the state rivers creeks and their smaller tribu taries are alive with floundering massed of fish food This one result as gratifying 6ait was unexpected of the recent high watersThese fish Jiaye swarmed in from the great rivers and South streams Originally they are the probable result of the care Cnl stocking of waters over an immense territory by the gov ernment This is shown in theS fact that by far the largest tion of the finny tribe caught is of the varieties propagated in the national hatcheries If the public would now step in and protect the fish furnished by froyidence Kentucky would In the next few years develop into a fishermans paradise Natural conditions environing the water course of the state are not one whit different from the days when Boone paused in his work of manufacturing good Indians long enough to write his homo people The streams of this land verily abound in fishes The use of the seine is One of the chief reasons for the failure of the Kentucky fishing grounds In a large majority of cases there are more small fish de stroyed by seining parties than there are large ones caught Seinin is the work of a man who loves a fish merely as an instru went ot satisfying his appetite The gentle sport of good Izaak Walton has no charms for his breast He is not a fisherman Ho is only a fisheater But tho most iTuel of all fish murderers is the dynamiter A dynamite cartridge exploded in A creek or river will destroy every nsh within a ra3ius of from twenty feet to twentyfive yards Nothing in fish form escapes a few of the larger are then picked up and the bun dreds of smaller one and min nows float down patrifytion of this roost delightful of all food supplies cannot bp imagined There are enough enactments C I j a upon the statute books of Ken tucky to protect every fish in her streams The laws are not lacking so much as public senti ment in fro of the laws Sein iing aiid dynamiting are both Indirect violation of Statute and yet there is not a day of the spring summer fall in which ttbe law is not boldfy a1 dlla grantly broken The evil will not be remedied until the pee pie take the matter in hand themselves and correct their own indifference or outright sympathy with lawlessnes Glasgow Times Call for Convention Notice is hereby given that we theun3orsignedas tho respective chairmen of the Republican County Committee in each of the counties of Washington Taylor Marion and Green comprising tne Eleventh Circuit Court Judicial District in this State do hereby and for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the office of Circuit Courc Judge and Commonwealths Attorney to be voted for at the next general election in November call a con vention of the Republicans of said Judicial District to meet at Lebanon Ky on the 8th day of May 1897 afr 11 A M The basis of representation in said convention to each county shall be one vote to each 100 votes or fraction over fifty votes cast by the voters of each county at the last Presidential election for the Republican state electoral ticke- tJJ WhARTON Chairman Wash Co Com W4YXE HOGAN Chainrim Taylor Co Com H MAX HOWARD Chairman Marion Co Coin J H WOODWARD Ch Greet County Com Live Poultry priceforoggsdeliverer1oppositeDepotMr Dudley Tapp will receive daily hereafter Bring your poultry and eggs to him and got payingtbelollowin Hens per Ib So Roosters porlb 2u 5c Oeeeper1b2oXetpor Pigeons each So Our agent will be on hand at all times and receive all that is offered Kentucky Poultry Co LOUISVILLE RACES Beginning on Derby Day May 12 one of the greatest race meet ings ever held in Kentucky will be given at the famous Louis vile racecourse Ten stakes including the Kentucky Derby woith 6000 and the 10000 LDuisyilla Futurity will be ran during the twelve days All the crack hordes in the country are engagejn these stakes includ ing Ornament Dr Catlett Ty phoon Meadowthorpe Winged FootEugenia WIckesBurlesquii Simon W Souffle Buck Massie Rudolph Boanerges Lord Zeni Rosinante Ben Holladay and many others Nearly 1000 horses are now quartered at Charchill Downs insuring large fields and exciting contests There will be five or more races ech day with Jiberal added moneyAll the railroads have put on cheap excursion rates the round trip from Springfield boing only one fare This also includes ad mission to the grand stand each roilroad ticket navmg a coupon attached which Can be exchanged for a badge at the gate This is tbe cheapest rate ever offered from this point and a big dele gation will leave here on Derby Day to take advantage of it Tbe Derby will be run on the opening day ffiednesday May 12 andthe 510000 Futurity will be run three days laterSaturday May 15 These are the biggest turf events run in the West Buclilen Arnica Salve The cst salvo In the world for Cuts Bruises Sores ulcers Ulcers Salt Rho nm Foyer sores Tfotter Chapped hands Cell blains corns and all skin eruptions and positively curoV Piles or no pay required It Is guaranteed to give per foct satisfaction orj n i Q refunded Price 25 cents per box atHavdon tub ertsons Drue Stote Ifd Cure Coniitlpatloii Vororer j Candr Cathartic crZSo II C C tflIt to cure ruit3rctinht mwej rL J t Eczema All Her life Mr BD Jenkins of ilthonlai Ga says that his daughter Ida inherited a severe case of Eczema which the usual mercury and potash remedies failed to relieve Year by year she was treated With various medicine external applications and internal remedies Without result Her sufferings were intense Yorsei Our and skin free Co Ga ease at all uutuS SS was given when an improvement was at once noticed The medicine was coutinnecd with fav4 results and now heis cured sound cud well Irer I skin is perfectly clear and pure and she has been saved from what threat ened to blight her life forever SSS guaranteed purely vegetable cures Eczema Scrofula Cancer Rheumatism or any other blood trouble It is arealblocd remedy and always cures even afits all else fails A Real Blood Remedy Take a blood remedy for a blood disease atonic wont cure itlbooks on blood diseases mailed to any Address Swift Specific Atlanta orable Cilncuto Your Iloweli With Cui caret oreferl00 FortHillPoultry YardBlack Mlnorcas best eagproducfDS strain In the world eggs 815Q per W Y tOYNTER 1m Glasgow Ky Eggs For Sale TACK MINORCAS Pen headed by cockerel direct from Nurthups but pen Eggs 25 per 13 pnfrthatMRS Dlo LOG AN Lock Box 600 Danville Ky EGGS FOR SALE Ilaminirpfromi strain Black Mlndrcas Northup strnln Uliick Ijiiigshun Kirk t Smith 9150 per SIRS Y E McDANTEL- Smithtt Grovo Ky When Baby ww sicir we gave her Curorto When she was a cried for Costcria Wben she became she clung to Castorla When pho bad Children the gave them Caslcrla Tetter SoltRhenm and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedDYSkin Ointment Many very b id coser have been permanently cure by it is equally efficient for itching piles sue nIppleschappedand chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr CadIs Condition Powders on jnst what a horse needs when in bat condition Tonic blood purifier ant vormlfngo They ore not food ins puthorse t cents per package- TAXfAYERS ATTENTION All persons owing state and county taxes to me us Sheriff are hereby notified that they pos itively must settle same at once or have their property advertised and sold This is the last notice JOHN T CRAYOROPr Sheriff W O At this Reason of the year colds gnu erally affect tbo Innga moro than at any other time Dr Dfllla Pino Tar honeyS will break a cold in less time any known remedy and It strengthens and invigorates thq lun nod lironchial tithes NEWS LEADER 100 a year Why not be your own Middleman Pay but one profit between maker and asnialljustouOur sad Bayer Guide proves that1ts potslblo Weighs 2K ponndfl Illustrations describes and to1lsto on oprofltprlcooforer 40000 articles everything you use We send It for cents thats not for the book but to pay part of tho postage or oxprcuago keep off Idlers You caat getIt too quickin WORMS WHITESOREIJi VIBM1EJlIE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remedial EVERY DOTTLEGUARANTEEO SOLD EVERYWHERE m w4 cinuBoaoi xiDicm co toe wrs 11 1TBETYICE A WEEK orirerJouru l SIA XEAl- Issued Wednesday and Saturday Mornings Beginning January 1 1897 the Weekly CourierJournal was chang TwicenWeekCourieJ areWnesdayWednesday paper will be devoted to news till d political topic The Saturday issue will bd devoted to picttrcoroetrytc Each issue will be six pngee or twelve pages a epknn increase of two pages a week 1Q4 pages or yearThe paper will not pureDemocracyprinciples be continued sue ceaslully in the future as in the past In spite of the expensovn vplved in the improvaments noted the price of tte TvvickaWonk ConnerJournal will remain the same 1a year A feature during the coming year will be the jeditor isis of Mr Henry Wntterson on political and other topics of the ilay Dally CourierJonrnn J year 00 Daily and Sunday l yrar 8 00 Sunday alone Yetr 2 00 TWICEAWEEK Courier Journal AND THE NewsLeader BOTH ONE YEAR OR ONLY 8150 We hnve mode a special dolt j bing arrangcnlent with the Twice a Week Couriers Journal and will send that1 pupir and ours for the price named to all our subscribers uhviii reiiew and pay in advance or 19 all new subscribers who HII pay in advance Sample copies ofI Courier Journal sent free on appli tntion AJ1 subscriptions under this offer mustt Ibsent to the NEWS LEADER SJ111NGflELDKY TO TBE AC OLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quirln Tuhlcts tu druggists refund tho money if It fail to cure 25o For palo by linydon tk Robot tson and Waters t Brovsfle Fob OGano A NEW BOOK KNITTING AND CROCHETING of 64 pages over 60 original designs IJhiinUed beautiful lace patterns shawls lioods jackets etc ban boon published by The Ilomo Milk St Boston MWS and will bo sent with a subscndtloji to that paper The Home ia a 20page monthly filled with original stones literary and do dcpnrtmenlnow and original designs each Issue The price of inbacrlption is 50 conls par year and will include one of theso booh a Hpcdnl Inducement to trial subscribers a copy of thts book will bo given with a 0 month subscription The price of Iwok Is 25 cents but n 6 months sub scription and the book combined will bo sent for 15 rents Their nnniiMi premium list for 18l 7 will be sent free on nj pllca tlon CASTORIA For Infants and Children ntud111 II Ipat tITwnn Whenovoi n druggist tolls yn lie luis something just is good for coughs cold grip etc as Ur Bolts Pine Tor Honor ho Is thinking of lila profits and not of your welfare Wo make tho gcnniLo and authorlzs nil druggists to guarnnteo It to be yio bout on earth Tha K E Stttherlnna Modlclno Co Pnducah IC- yWANTEDFAITHFUL MEN OR WOMEN to travel for nwpon aihle established house in Rob tucky Salary 5780 and expenses I 0sitlon permanent Reference Euclcso addrcssed stamped envelope Tim National Star Insurance Bldg Chicago Nov 193W A Worth to Physicians Du you know that many broad minded pbysloians arc lulnat Foleys Honey and TnrSyrup In their practice They round no remedy that eavo as satlsfaitory re suits for all throat and lung complaints us this great cough mcdipino For sale by llavdon it Robertson Woikhiff Womens Homo Association 21 8 Peoria St Chicago HI Jan 1600 Our Working Womens Howl Asso elation used Foleys Honey and Tar six years ago pnd are using Jt today It has always boon a rfavorljto fur while Its ItlJelTectlJaropointed us Wishing you oil posslbTe success slncoroiyyours Laura O Flxcn Bus Mgr For salo by llaydon Itob crtpon rapt Swoonoy 8 A San Dloro CHlf8ays4Shlloha Catarrh Remedy is thoiirstmcdfclnoi havoevor found that do jno auy copdl PrlcSoc tJ r I x i O PRINGQOUDS tV r = u 5e We are now receiving our Spring Cocsmbrac- inga great asserimcnt ofv 7 r 1 t 7 r DRESS G CO S PERCALES WEIT3ilGCODS i DRESS TRIM MNSGS ORDSa IDUCKS GINGHAMS IY1M1TJES 0 EMBROIDERIES LACES Et w4oACOhSETS GLOVES AND KOSRS- t tii I r= = GENT S FURNISFIN I oShlrt81FunesI CLOTHING t AYearenow receiving a most elcgint line jof Mens Boys and Childrens cIothinjEr in bettor styles and llower pI ice tUanvwe have nero shown before Be sure voueee our line btioro YOU buy dsbwlIereV I SHOES trsi h J p Dont fail to see our lino 01 Uemer BjBttmann k C 8 fino shoe 7 and brew Selby Coa women and children fine shoes iher faref- lOhiflC8 J tin the market supeiior to these in fit tyienndsear J JiCARPETS Ete r i riMDUinhin all prices Hundflomeot line shown in this toWn see for Tourself- j rtWALL PAPER Stop b and see our stock of 8000 rolls Wall Paper inn the new i i comhipauons Weinvito your fspecial attenfion to the neVrichc lgr 1 ings in od green blue aid purplls with borders and celingsto DIbitl iWe thank you for past patronage and most cor dially solicit a good share of your patronage thisyear J jfi t 1 iij CUNNINGHAM DUQAN M BURTON DyEAyDnXsL a 1 11J i J7VVB1JRTQNCp r DEN HAYDON Sn WAXAOEB si l ggUndertakers and Fnneral Directors w COFFINS PIiiCASnTf 1 BURIAL ROBES OF ALL KINDS 1 FULLY EQUIPPED CoilS answered promptly dayI or night Theservices an EXPERIENCED EMBALMER a graduate from a school of embalming have been engaged k TJM BURTON 1jHAGAN LOCK SPRINGFIELD KY LOOK ont for Spectacle Peddlers T 1 EYOGlassDs and SDBctaclos dSatltfa f TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE f FINEST SPECKS IN SOLID Sir iiR OB GOLD FROM IsMED Everybody Says 8Cascarets wonderfitililtantlooc1sclcnnslngeuro Iicwlnolio focor Imliltunl conKttimUon boxorgtiannitccd to euro Lufti1rugIstsr A ====== rwrLIeitninv Ht Co Wh a Fv Nirai VeryTnte HUt Kis Al Sole tv Witheut =I T p- xAC i i ijII L t 7 7 l ji f 4 iikU j iJkc i l THE flEWSLEAi E8 r = t MEWStEADERt IfTMfWUD VJTiHURSDAT WORKING c Jna j SPRINGFIELD KY Wt OpaauirPaioINAiurmiV l r P Rt WILDERi Ii DENTIST 1 ilMil Dunlins Parfome TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN la Thumday OFJTICB Ov r Fcatoftc grits Dice No 6i8K Fourth Ave LoulBTHle Ky V7w F NEIKIRK i ATTORNEYATLAWoT o n DR J F RINEHSRT j OFFICE OtpSJl 2 top m f EVERY pAYIz SPKINGFIKLI KY- BURTONjj1 J4 M RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED 1 WITHOUT PAIN I OrirtasHagan shock over Mansfield tt eizi ittoroSPRINGFIELD KY CriiLiii Brid Work 1 Specialty fDR J H LAMPTON j 4- OFFICE OTIZ CiRCUIT csntca op F- ICLFGREENEs SALOON saI aTeopeneda saloon on Main Street adjolnicR the grocery of 811 Ka rick where I will beJ f pleased to haves my friends and patrons call whon needing anything r 1n my line I i7ll keep nothing but the very best brands the market affords Willmake a specialty of the FAMOUS YBLLOWSTONE which has the reputation of being the finest in the world Your patronage solicited and courtesy extended C JR HARMON THE LIVERYMAN Firsiclass livery outfits New buggies and last and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the sae of excursion partes or vdruBiiriers The mostconvenient- tchm and feeding place in- townf MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY Stands at tho Head bug L Duget the leading droggisto-t Shreveport Ln LS Dr Dings New Discovery tho only thing that cures my cough and it Is the boast ollorl SatNavaford Ariz wrlteLDr Kings Now Discovery Is all that la claimed for UIti l never falls andU a suro euro for Con fl eumption coughs and colds I cannot fGayenougli fonts merits Dr Kings YWNew Disopvery forcbn umpton cougha and voids n not an experiment It Inn bonn tried foraquarterot a century and today stands at the head It never dis appoints Free trial bottles at Haydon Robert n8drugstoro v WantedAn Idea WE- r t 4uI1ttl mat brtr o Evl JOHN ttOrtlawuhleittnaD f aod1te aetor I lproult BACK dt1X- ax you WJ a1lnoru OntdbtC for tbIsll IIITTTIJ luml11 JRUV bt xDl cure 1hrdulr BoweU With tV c + Candy Callmfil euro cotwtlpatlon rorcter1 ytr U Gp CLiltdriirlsZyriaiidi Jr J M= E ROY SHUt TZ ARE OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH I WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF iSTJlSTtrrASF R 7 1 Genuine Brown Cultivators ShovglPlowsi Cheap DoubleS ovel Plows h Plow Handles HSingleDouble Trees 8 Garden Forks fc Hay Forks fcgHoess She vela and fe SpadesV b Wheelbarrows b Curry Cprrihs Horse Brushes S Barrel 3Cedarjsasaases Nd AJt55S3rkr rS i Refunded You can Cream in FIVE mutes the Freezers We Sell Carpenters Tools and Hardware SWJ lJJ w zW W MBOWT TOWNEDGAR IMPURE country vinegar at Jno C Shaders ICE cold sodawater aJHardins Racket Store FOR shoes and clothing go to the Mansfield assignee sale Go to the assignees sale at the Mansfield store for bargain- sBonfOn the 24th inst to tie wife of L H Thurman a fine toy FOR a cool refreshing drink call at the new soda fountain at the Racket Store j DAISY Obelisk and Pride ofC Washington flour cheap for cash at Jno C Shade s e DR FR WILIJER the d mtistI will be here nap Thursday and Friday on his regular monthly visit j Now4s the chance of the season to get bargains in dry goods and clothing at Mansfields assignee sale THE dinner served on Monday by the ladies of St Dominics Church was quite a success in every respect About 70 was realized from the dinner TRY the Lebanon Steam Laun dry Hardesty Bros Agents All work guaranteed Laundry sent off Tuesday and returned Thursday We call for and de liver all work MR J A MUDD agent L N R R is making extensive improvements upon his premises by adding a veranda on the North side of his house and otherwise beautifying it DRY goods clothing shoes hats and gents furnishing goods at Mansfields assignees sale Everything must go and these are nearly all new will be sold at less than cost for cashDR WILDER Dentist 628 4th avenue Louisville Ky will be in without fail May 3d and 4th and Mackville 5th and 6th Teeth 8 5 8 and 810 fillings 50c 75c and 1 gold1 and up No charge for extracting when plates are in serted LAWSON performed a ceremony at the Springfield Hotel on Sunday which united in marriage Mr S B Yocum and Miss Loulie Prather The bride iis a daughter of Squire Prather and the groom a well know young farmer THEfollowing marriage licen thewCounty Clerks office during the past week Defraine Mackin and Miss Eliza Edelen Thos J Miller and Miss Fayette Suther land Ivin Crow and Miss Mary Trent JYBr Yocuni said Lpujis Pratheiv TRY THEIR Warranted Razors and Scissors Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money TATHAM SPRINGS Hotel will be opan for guests Saturday next May 1st Quite a number of have been made about the place to add to the comfort and convenience of the guests There is every indication that that popular resort will be more popular than ever this season DR HARRY M BARG the opticians will be here on Monday May 10th next to remain several days Dr Barg on his previous visit to this place made many fitted glasses for quite a number of people giving general satisfac tion He will be found at the Thurman House or at Dr Rays office J T C NOE as assignee for J G Mansfield has opened the store and ordered a closing out sale The entire stock will be closed out within as short a time as possible and below cost for cash Some great bargains will be offered for the next few weeks and the and Wash ington county should take ad vantage of the MR THOS J MILLER and Miss Fayette Sutherland were married in Louisville last week Both are well known and popu lar young people of this county The bride had been visiting friends in Louisville where they were married The young people came in last Friday night and to their home near Willis burg BEN FORD who claims to bo a became drunk and disorderly on County Court day He was put in jail and the next morning confessed to a fine of Five Dollars with the trimmings He was puton the street to work but refused to strike a lick H0I had been kept on short ratiqns but declares he will starve be fore he will work I HAVE been using one of S M Karricks La Porte buggies for one year for livery purposes and can say that it has given entire satisfaction C R Harmon My stock of buggies and phew tons is large and I am receiving new ones every day Now isthe time to order WE call attention this week to the of the Ken tucky Poultry Co The company has just a yard near the depot and to receive poultry every day from now on Country people can always find a market and get cash from the for their poultry The has recently completed similar yards atLebanon and Campbells villa and mid will build at Bardstown and New Haveit very shortlyr t d mkv A P vr- I A Fun Line of j Grante Ware Direct from the Donc Fail to See it and Get Prices K Buckayc ndMyers Force Tank h MaQd Spray Pumps h ROOFING AND IIPLUMBINGI Come and see us and we will Treat You Kight Our Steel Ranges are TIrE BEST MADE 574SYJPQ A w oY Freeze in Builders goodswhich Willisburg REV improvements friendSand Springfield Springfield opportunity went bricklayer advertisement completed giganti- poultry prepared company Greensburg Manufacturers GUTTERING the little son of Mr a well known farmer of the county had a nar row escape from a horrible death one day last week The little fellow had wandered into a pen of hogs on the place and from some cause they became enraged and attacked him and before assistance could arrive the brutes had bitten and torn the boy in a horrible manner about the face and neck Dr Rinehart was called and dressed the wounds and says that the child is painfully hurt but will recover LAST Monday was an ideal County Court day The rain the day before had made the grqund too wet for the farmers to do any plowing and there was conse quently good crowd in town There was a good lot of stock offered on the market and we publish a complete list of sales in another column Several horse men were out and among the stallions exhibited vie noticed B B Lea hmans horse Dr Palmer J P Marshalls Gallagher a fine saddle horse belonging to Mr Mackin of Marion and a roadster the property of Wilson Green of this county THE last meeting of the Cha taqua circle was held at Miss Lizzie Lees and at roll call the class answered with quotations from Few and Far Between Miss Jennie Browne told something of Modern Philosophers Miss Lizzie Lee gave us a good talk on II Babylonia and Assyria Emersons Essay on Plato was read by Miss Mag Thomp son assisted by Miss Jennie Browne Mrs Will Thurman read a paper entitled Alexander the Great We meet again next Monday night at Miss Jennie Brownes Roll call Quota tions fromII Julius Coosar Lesson Essay II The Drama MrsIpubesA discussion by the class An addressThe Last Invasion of Peloponesus by Epaminondas Judge Noe A- talkThe Sacred Band by the class Essay Plutarch and his Works Mrs JackW Thompson PERSONAL IGoo o Colvin was in Louisville Sunday =Fred P Caldwoll was in Lebanon Tuesday Rev W M Stallings of Texas Mondayc Mr J S Doyle of Stewart neigh borhood was among the callers at this office Monday Rev W G Overstreet of Pleas townmcalling on blondeI Miss Mary Elizabeth fiiven of St Marys is visiting the family of Joe B Mudd this week f Miss Ada Qolvln and Mr Charles Hardesty spent Sunday at Harrods borj vi itinu Miaa Ebolps r Mrs Sue Will McElroy MraJO lroyspoutTuesdayat Mr Wm Edwards of Valley pill j came inMonday and took advantage of onoof our clubbing offers Clerk W F Booker and his clever deputy Bob Noo left Tuesday for Tatham on their annual fishing spree Rev R E O Lawson and wife visited the family of Mr Keene of Pleasant Grovo neighborhood Teed y Mrs Dan Howard and daughter Miss Babe of Lebanon were gaests of Sirs Al AlcOhord Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Newell McOlaakey and children of Bloomfield were vis king at U B Browned the Urst of the week Mr Jim Hughes and sister Mra Bess Anderson spent Monday in this city the guests of their sister Mrs W W Ray Mrs Nan McDowell accompanied by Emmett McElroy came over from Danvile to spend a fow days with relatives Mrs Selecman chaperoned a part of young ladles to the Big Beach nee Fredarickstown for a days fishing Wednesdayi 5to trIpLouisville his friends to understand however that he did not go to the baseball game W O Reed and Judge Jack W Thompson returned from Frankfprt t Saturday night where they had bee working in the ranks to elect a senator LobiLisle la a candidate for the Republican nomination for Circuit Judge and will no doubt be given the nomination without opposition There is no better lawyer nor clovorar gentleman iin the whole district than Major Lisle and in a contest before the people of this district he will oa formidable opponent for any candidate AT THE CHURCHES ThIs column will be devoted to the religious and en arch interests of our townand communlcatijns and an nouncements from the pastors bf the Presqytorian Baptist Methodist and Catholic Charohns are solicited Services will be held at the Melhodist church Sunday at th usual hours morning und evening Rev Atkinson does not weary in well doing but iSEtiU improving the appearance of the church The vestibule is completed andtl e front of the building has received a coat of pamt and altogether it is quite an im provement on the old and a credit to the entelpr sing min inter and the people who contrib uted their money and work to that end The Manse ommittee of the Presbyterian church is now a3t ively engaged in the work ot raising sufficient money to purchase or build a parsonage A corps ot good workers are now soliciting contributions to the fund and are very much encouraged with the result Services at the Presbyterian church will begin at 1080 a m instead of 11 oclock Sunday school will begin at 980 oclock instead of10 as has been the usual custom It is desired that all contri butions to the box which is to beI sent to the needy ministers family in Arkansas will be sen to Mrs 0 R McElruy or Miss Nannie Ray Thurman this week as the box may be sent next week Rev 00 Pugh wilt be or dainedminister in charge of the Baptist church on the last Sun day in May The officiating Ministers will be E C Graver of Lebanon R L Vurcfom and W M fatalllngs of this county The Ladie8 Cottage Prayer Meeting will be held on next Monday afternoon at Mrs Mans told Word text Joyff InvcntlvopOtIjlii earth U nit huTeluninucd nearly 600000 patents or more than ono third of all tho patents issued in the world No discovery of modern yeaIhas boon of greater benefit to mankind than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and to1rchwoVnngnosOaKton Ity says I havo used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlnrrhoo Remedy In my family for sor oral years arid find it to bo thobest mod bind 1 over used for cramps In tho lito mach and bowels For ualo by Haydon JtRobertson II To Cure Cuntlpaton Forever icIt = r ANDY cATllATICi 1 t CURECOHSnGSOH JILL t bIttlRSABSOLUTELYl iNtnd w ru er lwTM ytt SPECIALI PRICES FOR ONE WEEK On Carpets Mattings Floor Rugs Oil lsLtnotp eums Wall Paper Window Shades Lace Curtains and Portief Table Oil Cldths table Liiiens Napkins ToWels Etc S jgi art 12 v I We art also offering a Bargain in Labb a Ciirtaln af f cents a pair well worth 7sc r Mattings 10 cents per yard to 35 cents inNeiPatterlis fFloor 01 Cloth 20c 2dc nd80c TaKle OilCloth 15c per yard 1 i Turkey Red Table Damask 25c per patel v wsl y J u During this salew will solja liiriitettti 4 quantity of Hoosier Cotton at r eryard Ifyou need anything in our line itiwill pay you to buy now of us ti Me Chord RobertsottaI BIG PAYII f r z We vast capable representatives to handle 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jttit U aaiwfll answer aTtn pur WSoo that yea get OASTOBIA nobo nt In- Icatt mlf- cf npiff iS o LIST OF CLAIMS For Work on Roads Allow ed by Fiscal Court at Its October Term 1896- isborne Hi llory t 2 50 OltlhamBP 125 Peterson P OWU H u 18 00 Pipes Geo col 4 00 751ParPike Mike u U 2 PaarottWm 6 05 Payne D L 100 Rnillips Dave 75 Pearson Jas 1 00 iukstonNoah 25 do Bailey 25 do Merrell 600 arrott Jas 50 PratherBram 175 Pike Mike 50 Peterson Jak 1 25 Pirjes Geo col 1 50 Peterson Job n 50 do Henryu 1 50 do Wm i 100 Perkins Lester 2 00 do Ehasu 450 681Powell 751PIlesPayne W II 50 do BL 100 Piles Dmiley 1 60 ParrottT R 17 40 do Bv 50 Pinkstp Charlie 25 doTli50I 87JdoPite Ham 50 do Jesse 1 00 doBeiM J5 8 J5PopoCBPile 1 00 Pinkston Jas 7 70 PhillipsSJ 1 50 Pinkston Miley 1 50 Parrott Jesse 7 30 Pinkston Murrell 4 20 do Dick 1 Elbridge 50- do John 50 do Leve 50 Preast Jack 1 25 Phillips Bill 50 Pope G ff 5 20 do John L 3 00 Powers John r 1 50 Paddock John eo 2 50 Perkins Jas u 1 00 do Dick 1 CO Powell Albert 75 Peavy Irvine 50- Peveler JELS 125 Pinkston Nelson 50 Prather Thos Sr 1 00 Parrant Charlie 50 Rose Joe 75 Reed JR 1 60 Riley Thos R 1 00 do R D v VA 7 30 Rainy Jim 50 Riney Bob ft 1 00 Robertson Geo 50 Reed q39 331- RejnojdWill l 2 00 BosDpid 75 T ii i fH Robarbs Taylor t 580 Robarbsjohn1 740 Riney Bllivj 1 50 Rabarbs W A J 5 8- 0do3ohn2 do Riley Will J 00 Ray bourne Bevley 1 00I Reed John 75 RayJas 175I Robinson Harvey i 25 Robertson Hanson 1 50 Robinson W 1 68 Reynolds Geo 90 doJohn 90 do Will nO Russell John 4 85 RoyaLtyillena 62 R ss Jim 6 RarSamIke UriO Reed Doc ff n 20 Royalty John 1 09 do Squire 50 dobilney 50 do Johns 1 60 Roddick Jas v 5 Rilpy Lenard riD do John- Richards 810 Chas 50 Rinebart Woodson 50 do Wm 875 Rowe Will 1 00 RinebartT N 00 Royalty Q H 1 80 Ruby Wm 75 Ric Jardson John 50 RileyThos50doRD SprrowUW11 50 SpaldingL T 7 95 Sam mon Eli 50 Smith Geo 2 00 Stme Merritt ii 60 SpaldingJ R 2 00 SeaLH 240 do do 75 do do 75 do do 3 Scott Thos 25 Sadler Edmond 2 75 Scott HT 4 66 Smothers Geo i 6 00 deEd 1S0 Smith CG 4 00 Scott ST 5 40 Sparrow J W 4 25 Scott Jas T 2 25 do Joseph F 3I do Jas T 125 Settles dgar Shirley Sweeney JshaW D 4 751 Scruggs Turner 1 75i Sallee Martin 50i do Thos 3 Smith Billy 20I doSf i 17 doBi475doSyl Sansbury John col J 50 Shewmaker H C 1 00 Swan Bob 2 00 Simras J F 850 do Will i 75 do John 150 do Tim 1 50 S arraw J C 1 60 Smith BilL 6 60 doJoe M 4 80 Shanahan Mike 2 Smith Marion 2 COI 00I00f Shirley G W 5 20 do Boone 2 00 Smith Nimrod 260 Shehan Dud 210 Smith Jim 2 10 Sea MerrittSW 25 Sbirley S C 8 80 Shaanty Sallie Mrs 1 00 Soay Cal 480 Sparrow Wash 1 50 CONTINUED IDlSElLYED DISGRACE The Grand Jury of Anderson county has indicted at least six men for complicity in the do VoliopeIthat the witnesses not be intjmidated and that in a public trial tMs conspiracy may be fully revealed and punished The raiders in Mercer are known it is believed that the raiders in 1 Madison Scott Owen und Nich plas are known and this is sup pose to be the casein other counties The witnesses refuse to testify or perjure themselves rather than testify because of terror IThis is an unspeakably dis condition of affairs and has brought disgrace upon Ken tucky courage and character It is a deserved disgrace The cowardice has been as shameless as the lawlessness The Stae will watch with intense interest the proceedings in Anderson The legislature is improperly dilatory in the enactment of nee esssary laws giving the Gover nor more ample powers and oflcan punished Lex PressTran script ti f oiftliJand about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that iof loTH tushewho watched dyer our helpless infancy and guided our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with danger and all effort should be made to avoid it assists naturen I lsOreufttslfir in the change tak BlBviOCll 0 ing place that ExpccntLNn1rAfI ir r 9 bled to look for withoutldreadbodings to the hour when she 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