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Jpr TfjIII 1 r tA t i ttcfiIi i n iI t J f fW f i ii Y THE NEWSLEADER14i J ltr5ew SeriesVolpr SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 20 1897 No 2O t POWDER r Absolutely Pure Celebrated toritsrreat leavening strenrtb r and health fulness Assures the food against alnpiand all forms of adulteration com mJto the cheaper brand ROYAL BtK ING FOWPRttO NEW YOUK incaVpy Business Notices 10 cents per line fur tho firs inserttan ani 5 ents for eaih subjequcnt idsertlon yColls on CJUidLlAtes and political matter Id cents par line JobWor1cJf don j at brates but cash ro Jitbj ta15 6a ddllrsry of goods dAdVertlflbjc rotitrfts nlada on liberal jrtnsr V rfXoSitiiiirieK and rfsMotlods of respect 3 perllnf iccuxrduLcxrs f irounr Magistrates 250 dountr Offlcera 600 t DLitOmqcs 1000 CHURCH DIRECTORY ijJ r1 BAPTIST CHTJRCH F n rt G OPugh Fmtor jJoryices every iinJUjratUl a in and8 p m Sunday E bOat S Oy Prayer eetlql on Wed c l hh 100 1 4 M ETHODJSTCHORGH- Jtnrr t B P Atkinson Pastor strncKon l V Tlrit and thIrd Snndaj tin each IP nth II am antiS p m tS c PttBSBYTERIAN CHURCH f RevREfO LawsonPi torSorvIce3ovcrv Band at U a m anl X p m Pray Jr Meet 1 drery Thnrnday night- QATHOUO CHURCH ReY PHcnnesyPwjtor Scrrlcenerpry Bod4ay at and 10 oclock a 0 Service l atStEoseiarneboirDXTNLORDRS UASOMC LnncespringficldIodge No oaocU ocond Monflsv in each month Washington R 0 chapter NP 27 mceU EieverfthlrdMondav iBprlngfleld CouocU No 52 meets every Court i Monday K iauTs or Hpxop Meets every second r and fourth Monday In each month dtiairrs or rail XQCIKEES Meets every J dratWcdnesZVoteaCbmOUtb COUNtY DIRECTORY r omcoif COURT Cftcult Court begins on the fourth lion iky tufcbrulUy lay and October lCE Vattarson Jwdqe- Vf B Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney PU Ciimpbell Clerk T W Slmms Masvr Commissioner QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court Is held on the third Yon day In January April July and October Jack W Thompson Judpo COUNTY COURT County Court moots on the fourth Mon JiB each month s Jack Thompson Judge P KcHkor County Clerk g HThurman cow tv Attorney I J R Smith Jailer J T Cr3 croft sheriff WRThurman HBPorell Deputies Master U7amesVMVOrI county Surveyor W D Burp ssosor It KANoePoput A R Campbell County Treaanrei 4 ePRINaPlBLODfRBOTOPt C J fc Hoe Pollen Judge I tr Jblm Grace hrhat W 0 Reed city Attoraiy I JUUTICB OOURT I Jurtlce cwrts are held ni January April 1 ulv and October Personal L FRKEWpago me ncal reference l ook to hny person niilictcd with any spccU1 cbrntlo or dehcato dteeoso pecuHor 10I tielr sex Address tho leading physil clans and surgeons of the United tatos i Hr Hathaway lCo 70 Dearborn street c 4 t tI irUaUagher wo 674 One Of the handsomest stal lionswe have seen was exhibited on the Btreets Springdeld last County Court day It was the- ei f fine Baddle horse Gallagher owned by Mr J P Marshall ot Woodlawn Nelson county Gals lagber Is sired by Red Eagle h- eI byRed Squlrrell out of Flotilla hy CabeUs Lexington It3 Mr iMarshall will stand the horse at I his place near Woo awn at 10 to insure a coll and he would be lad to hoar from owners of SiVah1rigtob c8nbty mares dlL r ODDS AND ENDS OF GOSSIP FAIUIEES LAMENT Oiir oald cow dide with a cud In hur Jaw the black hen crohkc with a rock in hur craw my daug kickt the backot with a toan in biz thrnte and the collarys kill my last big shoto The horses tuck sick with swinny and the heovs and my mewls all aide ceUn poyzunvine loavs my faraolys down sick with creep and the mcezlcs and thd chickens were klld by minks and the weozles My crops were ruined bythe sun and the drouth and Ivo hardly a morsel to put in my mouth my credits all gone at the crossroads stoar and the banks woatit lend out their manny no moar I aint got a cent tu pay taxes this yeerII heer fokes a klckiu bout that evrywheer Itll sunn be so we calnt draw In our broth this McKinley prosperity will choke us toi deth TED IbluvilKy JThe Frankfort McCHORD ndent of the Cour ierJournal writes the following political gossip about one of our well known citizens Whenthe slates for State officers are made up during next winters session of the Legislature it is probable that the name of Senator C C McChord Washington county will be put down for Lieutenant Governor Though it is early in the day he has already been asked by several influential friends to become a candidate for the silverite nomination He is notyet certain what he will do but several of those who dis cussed the subject with him say that he did tot look upon it unfavorably The office pays no salary so there is not apt to be TheIa day as President during its sessions so that the total compensation for the two sessions of sixty days each is 1200 IIt Senator McChord becomes a he will probably not meet with successful opposition as he is liked by all factions of the silver party and has been a strong alwaysI He ranks with the best of that party and has been one of its leaders in the State Senate cemImitteerace He was offered the nomination for Congress last year at one period of the Elizabethtown convention when the deadlock seemed hopeless He was agreed upon by several leaders as a compromise but when the matter was broached he declined to interfere in the contest being thdn chairman of the convention He was a membeV of the last Railroad Commission and made several popular strokes in that capacity 11BIG WRITE upTho Cincin tl nati papers have recently been devoting a great deal of space to the toll gate Outrages in Kentucky countiesand special correspondents have been giving all of the latest happenings with full details and coloring matter galore The CommercialTribune of last Sunday contained a full rage write up with maps and illustrations giving the origin and full history of the turnpike troubles down to date all written in an uptodate style by Mr L D Sampson Mr Sampson spent two or three days here during the raids in this county and sent full accounts to his paper of the occurences at that time In his big write up Mr Sampson gives an account of the raids in Washington county giving the county the credit or rather discredit of being the starting point of the movement In the history however it is shown that there hun been less disorder and violence in Wash ington county accompaning the raids than in any other county where the raiders have been at work Such publicity as has been given though the city papers of the lawless acts of the tollgate raiders is of course a very bad advertisement for our state but so long as such things are allowed to happen we may expect to see accounts of such happenings in the newspapers and especially the papers of Cincinnati and other cities outside of Kentucky The misfortune lies iin the fact that such out rages are allowed to go on and one should not blame the newspapers for publishing the dis agreeable facts It is news and the public reads it and so lIdng as such is the case we may ex pect to see accounts of toll gate and other outrages in Kentucky published to the world COUNTY PAIR There is THEI interest felt in the question of our county fair and as to whether or not we are to have one and of what nature it will be I understand that the directors of the Fair company have decided that they will hold another meeting this fall but that the date and other arrangements have not yet been decided The proposition to have an old fashioned fair has met With favor and it is probable that an old fashioned fair it will be Washington county should not miss the old established cus tom of holding its annual fair even if times are a little hard and the farmers have so little to show the custom should be kept upPpiRJi Springfield is to ANEW a new business firm composed of two young men of brains energy and capital the elements which go to insure success in this world of hustle Messrs T3 Lloyd Haydon and John Lilly Barbour will com pose the new firm and they propose to handle hardware and groceries The handsome new store building belonging to Lloyd Haydon will be occupied and the new firm is making preparations to get started in business very soon The finish ing touches are being made on the new store rooms of McChord Robertson adjoining and when that firm moves into the new quarters that corner will be a business center of the town Democratic Mass Convention A mass convention of the Democrats of Washington coun ty will be held at tbe ColtrtbouseI Saturday May 29 oclock pmt standard time for the purpose of selecting dele gates to attend the Democratic convention to be held at Frank fort Ky on Tuesday June 2 1897 for the purpose of nomina ting a candidate for the office of Clerk of Court of Appeajs to be voted for at the Noyembor elec tion 1897 The basis of delegate representation in the State convention shall be one delegate for every 200 votes or fractional part of 100 yotes or over cast for theelectors of the Demo cratic nominee for President in 1896 T W SJMMS JR elm Wash Co Dem Cpm We know of but one community In the world whore dyspepsia practically unknown and that Is the Shutter of 001piae81nnllis evidenced in tho foregoing feet Their Digestive Cordial la the tho safest and boat remedy in canes of digestion that we know of A trial bottle can bo lied through your druggists for tho trilling sum of ton centsIThe Shaker Digestive Cordial Hupplleit tho system with food already digested and at the same time aids the digestion of other food It will almost instantly relieve tho ordinary symptoms of IncH KC lIon and no Hiilferer need to bo told what those arc Dr Bells Peppermint Tonic Is a Chill nerect liver laxative nnti malarial and blood purifier llomoves biliousness without purging Cures dulls and makes tho complexion good Guaranteed by nil doaloro Educate Tour ISonoli With Ciucaret- Cnmly Catliurtlc cure constipation forever iic C fall dru Rl3ts rvf undraouej re- i 0 = J if WITH OUR FARMERS ITollces stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this col umn cnABOE Farmers are re questedtoaend in stock or crop items fo publication Georgetown people get 60 pounds of ice for 8 cents which makes town people get it for less than farmers who PutIt up IfT- he t American Jersey Cattle Glut has appropriated 500 to be offered as apodal prizes in the Jersey exhibit at the Nashville Centennial Exposition IllThe demand for Shorthorn jOatUoj seems to be improving At a public sale of Shorthorns at Mount Sterling Ills 23 head aVeraged 83 At another sale held at Kansas 33ity Mo May tbteight bulls averaged 8252 and sixtyone female 8145 xx- Mr t William C Rogers of Lebanon sold to Lewis Hargifl Atlanta Ga six Southern horses for 8600 and to B U Fox Danville one horse for 8160 Messrs Thornton Son of Braflfordsville sold to Shelby T Her bIson of Lexington five saddle horses for 8300 N1 t In bis report for May State Com missioner of Agriculture Moore says In addition to the presence of Chinch Bug already noted In the counties of Livingston and Mason we know from personal observation that the bug exists In considerable numbers in the counties of Marion and Washington and there is reaSon td believe that aU portions of the state infested last year contain the pest Farmers are urged to watch closely and soon as the advent of the bug isnoted application should be mode to the Director of the Experimental Station at Lexington for u supply of fungus for diseasing it It Is greatly to be deplored that the dread San Jose Scale has made its appearance In the state jts presence having beyond doubt be discovered iathe county of Warren The bill in tended to eradicate it has passed the Lower House of the General Assembly and win no doubt become a law In a few days Nurserymen and fruit growers should keep a sharp lookout for tinyunusual Htfpearahce on their trees and when its presence is sus pected the fact should be at once re ported to Prof HJarman of Le ing ton Ky who under the provisions of the bill is made State Entomologist and charged with the duty of taking the necessary steps to chece Its ravages Prof Carman has prepared an interesting bulletin on the Scale which may be had free of charge on application to him It May Save Your Life A dose or two of Fuloys Honey and Tar wjll prevent an attack of pneu monte grip or severe cold if taken in time Cures coughs colds croup la Kiippe hourftencfts difficult breathing hooping cough incipient consumption asthma or bronchitis Gives positive relief in advanced stages of consumption asthma or bronchitis Guaranteed For sale bj Haydon t Robertson BASE BALL Springfield has always in former years been noted for Its ball team and unless all signs fail tbe one of 97 wfy prove no disappointment to the cranks and fans the boys are fast rounding Jnto condition and when they line up for the opening game you will see a team able to sustain our reputation and defend our laur els not only the players who arc to conpose the team but all true lovers of the national game whicri includes a great majority of Springfields most prominent pioiessional and business men are taking a live interest and lending their assistance to see that we have a team that willdo credit to the town The season will formally open at this place Tuesday May 25th- t which time Springfield will meet their friendly rivals Bards town at the new ball park Dardstown has a very strong team made up of some of the most noted ametuers in central Kentucky prominent among them being popular Bobby Blrnco who it will be remembered played 3d base so satisfactorily for us during the latter part of last season Piggy Smith Hodge Ellis and other familiar faces to all patrons of the game in this part of the State go to oiahe up this team of heavy hitters who so far have not lost a game this season Can they hold their clip or will our boys be able to haul down their colors Is the jusstiop agitating itself in I J l t Lc Ai S 1iIiiI the minds of the fans which ever way it drops it promises to be a game worth seeing Every position on the home team will be tilled by men who stlcompanvstl widely known cojhage athlete in the South will be in the box supported by a catcher of whose ability no one need inquire Jack Norris who for two years pst bas played in the Ohio State League but who is now in business in ttiis town will be a short while the remainder of the in and outfield will be made np fersIThe gaiae UecaIlpromptly at 3 o lock Chill tonics containing arsenic make childinn look fltit not lean Arsenic pnfld them up and ruin their bonoItJt dangerous It should only be given by tho direction of a physician Dr Bells arIsonic It contain no poison Ic cures chills permanently It makes stout sound bono and rich red blood heel vigor and vitality How to Find Out FlU a bottle or common water glass with urine and let it stand twentyfour hourae sediment or settling Indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains lines It Is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too reouent desire to urinate or pain in the back is also convincing proof that tto kidneys and bladder are but of order WHAT TO DO There Is CloUOIln the knowledge to often expressed tuGs Jr Kilmers tiwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish n relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladderjand every part of the urinary pea sages It corrects Inability to bold nrino and scalding pain In passing It or ad 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 urinate The mild and Axtraordlnary effect SwampRoot is soon realized Itstands the highest for its won derful of tic most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and ono dollar For a sample botUe and pamphlet both sent tree by mall mention NEWS tKAnEit and send your full pea Of Ace address to Dr Kilmer 6t Co Sling hamton N YOThe proprietors of this pa per guarantee tho genuineness of this over CORRE8PONDEKGE MACKVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent Rev Cheek preached at the Christian cnurch last Sunday dam Peter of Bardfitown was here last Saturday nnd Sunday visiting his mother and mingling with iriendsMr Mrs James Jahom and little Miss Margi spent last Sunday with relatives at Fenwick Mrs Mary Revenaugh Cnec Danielof Louisville has been the gnest of her sister Mrs Dr Shields for several days Andrew Ferrell and wife were visiting relatives near Rose Hill Sunday Ust- Mackvlle promises to be alive and humming with visitors during the coming summer trom various portions of the United States- T J Graves recelTed a lot of new buggies last week He says he has hada good trade this sea son Dr Dcmareos icsidence now affords quite a nest appearance with a fresh coat of paint and the erec tion of two handsome verandas in front The members of the Mackvillo Fishing Club were out again last Saturday to try their luckangling in Chaplin river for the finny tribe Some off the members of this club seem to be experts with tho rodand we learn that they captured one weighing over six pounds Farmers are not through bneak lug cnrn ground in this section plantingDrto break yet on hi farm The Dispatch is taking wdl with our people and the Enquirer has a number or subscribers DIdO The louiier used to have a large cir vitiation in teis section This speaks for itself doesnt it What bas become of all the correspondents Are they too busy to write Wo wuuld be glaa to see every town in the cjunty repre sented through the columns of the NEWSLKAUEU and ho doubt our kind editor would also 5We should flrivtrtQ make our county paper a t S SUCC48S in every way possible by lending ahelping hand toward ha Support and by seiding in our com munications FINIS According to the newspapers an Ohio husband became the happy father of seven children not longngo Of thosQven all lived but one It in to be hoped laid In a supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy the only euro cnro for croup whoopingcough colds and concns and so insured his children against these the eases For sale by Haydon tRobertson Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Ti nic pre santa a hdpVy combination of simple Land harmless vegetable remedies ihe first doso warms tho blood and promotes its circulation You fool better as soon aajpu take lt It Js different from any other 1tcures tho clillls so they irtuy etmJdndJeaTei your llvornnd dJgeslivo organs in a healthful condition FENWICK From Our Special Correspondent Mrs Fanny Berry and children of Flat Lick Station Ky t arA via iting relatives in and around Fen wick Mrs Jane Thompson of lIexft9 was the guest of Mr and Mrs Montgomery last Tuesday Mr Jesse Whitehouse an aged and respected citizen of Marion county spent several days with his sonin law J1 Harmon last week Mr and Mrs Thcs JNolly were visiting near Oecilville Sunday and Monday last The firt regular meetingof the National Union SupJny school under the supervision of Mr J IV Barker met at the school building of District No9 on Sunday even irg The attendance goodsnil much iinterest was evinced Mr7 Christopher Champion a veteran and pensioner whose case has been singularly noted ty tine entire loss of speech tor nearly thirty years is now Very ill of fever killfnllphlI tear that his recovery is doubtful Measles have made its appear ance in this neighborhood aiidtne family of Mr Win bailee is quite sick from this dangerous infection Our village church is becoming a Gretna Green of accent date and the courteous pastor con tie the double beau knot with a subtle softness The most recent of the numerous weddings was Mr Old land Piles a prosperous farmer of Valley Hill and Miss Mary Mont gomery the handsome and accom pushed daughter of Mr an4 Mrs J JP Montgomery near Ken wick Farmers are very busy planting corn and owing to the continued rams many are very much behind in their work The wheat crop is the most promisng foi many years Tine acreage of tobacco will be much less in our community than usual the plants are forward and will soon be ready fot use Muchalarm has been expressed on account of the early appearance of chinch bugs The infecting stations have been deluged with letters for relief but few havere properinstructions Free PlUs Send yonr address to H E BuckIon Co Chicago and got a free sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial will convince you of their merits These pills are easy In action and particularly effective In the cure of constipation cad sick headache For malaria and liver troubles they have been proved to be In belPThoydo not weaken by tboir action but by giving tune jo stomach and bowels greatly Invigorate the system Regular slzo 85o per box Sold by Haydoo 6tI Robertson Druggists McINTIRE We are very glad to see sonic pretty weather after so much rain People are cocoplalning with tbe chintz bugafajfalD it Is to be hoped that they will no1e so destructive as they were last year Miss Agnes OlomenU of your townbas bison employed to teach the school at this placeI this is hip nrst school we hip her road to pedagogishi wllk b cleacapd smooth l F About all of the lambs bays been sold to OBrien i Cov attjj June delivery and 4c July de4 IJ livery Mr Jas Gploa sold 4 bunch o1 cattle to Mr Ricbard Smith I Yj ii t Mr Jas Fluids sgldja oqv mara recently for Ito Jas GroteH sold a number 6f hogshtsteek j v4- JR Blatdfordls veryjlLaR this writing o Robert Blandfori retnrnett home fromLou1svillOlastFicrT MIssEtta Hi1lof this place i who is teaching a suhsctfptlojd school at Blinoo was home Sat urdzandSundayI J Quite a number attended the base ball whirh was played a SL Rose last Sunday eveningf between St Roses nine and the r Lebanon TomW tetsand wife visited Iftt father Yr Will Buekmat Smmdarlast r Dr OBrien who Is Btatloncat y at Blirico distillery YisiiedVths aainl solJJJna P AHUi Iwtrweek EVALINE COHSOMFTIOI Cil U CUIEtJI T JL bl ourn 2t C tbe Ot C1rnti t ndSoIenUsUwiUaendrreeto tH Af y fllotedThree Bottles of HJaSewlyDIa covered B medlba to Cora Consumption and All TjontrTrdubles Nothing could be more fairer more phllf anthropic or carry more Joy to theaflktedC UWewYorkCltyConfident that be bas discovered are1f table core for consumption and all bronchial r t and weakness loss or flesh and aHcondlt r ions of wasting and to make its great 4 merits known he will send free three hot ties to any reader of the NEwflLBAbka C who may besueri g Already ibtsi now scientlflc courseit f medicine hat permanently cured tnbusv tands ofapPlUCntlYbopelea cues TbeDoct reonsidersitizlsrellgiousdptyb a duty which be owes to humanity to donate kis infallible cure He has proved then drdaidd eonsomptlann tobo a curable disease beyoad any doabt 4InbOi1tO1IeSfrom those heaett4 iidtnaUpart othoridS fDoorcdeiay nutilitis too late fJonsump t J1t88 Pine t8treetWew York and Vkeairril i fflddressadleJITnBNLUDZIt s 1 PQtiN TVoin Our Regular Correspond C Farmers in this vicinity ore abou V through planting corn Little Miss Floi a Walls ioore ville and t8sPftd Lynch Wilrt lisburg are visiting their uiicleMr Joseph Bishop near this placrthidt i week F V Eii Mr John tyaltynndwUe jreJM p turned home last Thursday a fte tIi rdelightful visit near Peiryville J JT ent bought a farm from Charles Ilendricks at the sum ofa8750 fMr Harvey and Nanni Van fleet returncdhome nrtera few rs days visit with their brother nea Stanford o 1J t 1ilr Jim SeInones t ota rrod l burg visited his brother CbarlesjP near Maple Hill lost week Miss Bessie flardesty aftera weaks visit in kelson cauhtyjre ft- urEiedhnme Sunday i Mr f Robinson the broom igeBl j Porryvillc was in our town JMJP Tuesday j Mr John yandwlfp r James Williams and wife and Ut tie Ardie Maywoio the plenmris l J ofS Aguests Bayraes Sunday last Mrs Sarah Cummins died atlbo hei daughter Mrs TJ Ihomeiof Jlast Thursday nuhv S J sick for quite while ani leaves a daughter and two sons Mother thon art ever deer Though departed remember still i Evening aha owa fell when death tuunQ near w And tours bDtjjJoy may thrflllfcuij iaarta when we ineet again two Reward 1100 V JThe rcadcrt of thlV piper will be picas od to learn hat there in at least onq dreaded djseaao tntvt aolonco has been nblo to cure In nil fla stages and that la Catarrh JIaUVCa rruCiirristhoonly poeltlvociireltnovrn to thlt medical pre fesqiou CaUirli being n cbnstltutlonnl iiUeate requtrea ft oti1tSUtuUonalirCqtJ t mOnt JJalls Cutarrh Cure Is taken Ihr tpm lly acting dIrectly upon the bloo4 and muc surFaces lot IJM nystem thereby de lroyirig t0 foa4stloh of 5 i thodla4 and giving patient itrongth hw building up taM oMHtltntlon nd BMisttMi natnre IadeealteworkaTho pruprjetors have W WJIcJ IftthJl irri jUitniratlve powersth4 tMroffrtrOwf r SdriiiBdrod Dollars for any ee thai lt i s tl Send tortistet telmnp rlrlI1Jii JCHEMRyACO w TcIt lIrQl4 by r1nglt d P f 7r J t JI THE NEWSLEADER Jy k f 1 L Oi 1ii THE NEWSLEADER E L DAVISON JR 1 IHURSDATlI Y204 91 IANNOUNY1MFNTS r FORRCUITtDE a Patteon rTfti arc authorized to announce Charles Eatteiton of 7ynrcou9Ta candidate fojTJiruitJnn aof theTElevi ntb Judicial YjlSjrtf nnmtvwft nf Mjiriiji Washington r sTaylnrmotion of the empcmtIcJarty November election 1897 4 pcm soHOOt SUPERINTENDENT r P tercjtoarp authorized to announce OrJ onflthPetef88nranditlate for County Sup lnlendAnt of public flbools lor Wwhington conntyliinljjcct to the ftcJ tionof tne DemocraUe prrty i I Saunders vTo arn authorial to ahnoiince foniac vKi JSaunflerB naa cantfldatjrpr ihe oflioe jt Bounty flupoiintendent or Common fichools of Washrngtpn county sulrjeet io life support tliotofsaft1te county irindUho endorsement bfi8lRpUtcallnaix ales Yv yFOItCOUNTY JUDGE J Jrlbrijam aro aulhbrtzecT to dnnounc WSn Morgan ast aeandidalefpr County Jodso fir Washington CountyVBulijeet to the aetlon Of theKepubUcanpartyVt 1EEIESENTATIVE gJ t C o Hays 1j We are authorjzad w announce James o tJKjHny as acandidate tor Raprjsenta v trVe for Was iiiu tol1 County in totow t o r Bouso of tlioKent kytegallJltureI anbjoctio th action ut the Republican party I t j jf THE Question as to whom will sjro the Upllectorship otthe Fifth j District is still undacided Sea rf t tpr Deboes tnanSjijpp pi AI x1 A fame does not seth to lie rpopulftr choice for the aamin- Vvdstratibn and bis appointment is 7 fopposed byXJpngressmai Evans cJ rMr Lewis is coming Lotoe auL fill4 said without muct aa ancethat bis application villbe given much recognitiop There are a number of good men trying vforthe collectorship any one of r whom with ooeexception we are 6ureVoaldba acceptable to the tfmajority of the Rdpabiicans of I i tthe district and the 6ne excep J tonjbiMr Sapp The appoint Mnentb f Mr Sapp would be an I frunwisei One from a political standp unt and would cectainly do thparfcy ia the State no good J L It seems however that in the r matter of appointments what D boesaysgoesand it may be i that Mr Sapp wilUand the plum LITTLE Greece continues to get the wprst of the engagement J t Jashahii r crushing blow The entire line in Tbessaly were attacked Do kpmos and Kitiki were promptly octsopied by the Turks while the Greeks fell hack upon the Or thrys mountains on the old front jer TheTprks are saidi ttb pave i rDUm0r04 50000 men with 30 x 000 in reserve while the Greeks had 35000 The Greek loss was I heavy There is no Etneut 1 or the Turkisti losses The demands bflhd Sultan in regard to v an armiatice are everywhere iinI JEurppe tegsJ das exhorbitunl TilE Kentucky Senate which fer 1 urnished a number of disgrace fiil scenes at the regular session of thlft present Legislature added another to its record M DdaV1 t The quarrel over the Fusion Bill resulted ib two pro ding officers and two howlingi fictions each 1I claiming to bthe bnrv regular iSerhtepf Kentucky attempting ttdp businessi fn the sffme tallIf iI1at the same tithe Resident v pro tein1 Gbcbel clalifc the V Clair ari4Preldenl rthing ton refused tto surtendeVjt The clerks recorded only the pro ceedingg ptthe Goebel faction A peace was patbeciup after Vthe session Several personali1J l1li eocounteis between members were narrowly averted iTinzsaqueer case in Pres 1i i l tonsburg Senatort Deboes ap ointIforp postmaster of that- caniotget a uUding within theII city limits in which to keep the cflffice The appointee is Mrs rtFlanneryLangley She lives in the coun ty and was appointed over the protest of tbe town people whoI ay trit there is no building hero tat she can get at anyc price KENTUCKY day and the dedi of the Louisyille building will be celebrated attheNashji yule Centennial on Monday next l A special train from Louisville wilt bear GOV BradlOyEl TMe Der Qtti Mayor TOdd and thersC who will make speeches and take part in the exercises IT is said that Dr W Goafryi Hunter will be give rithe position ofTVlinister to Peru he having deeded tto accept that apfioint ftrtent put of four to choose frorp I 1j Arsonic is thepoisoiunvost a chill tonics1 fhlllIothefrpolsoii fy makes bone and fleSh fpfiolQldren It cirejobiOsso they stayI cnrpd j Eyftwaters or salves contaiomg sugar fleadare dangomu iometlraos sore eyes are cured wjtu thorn load poison does not alwayareaultl Thousands of porsohs havolost their eyes as result such preparations Satberlu dB Eagle Eye Salvo contain onql1dand cannot Injure thefcyeof a babe j KENTUCKY ERNES The tbiV business in north eastern Kentucky 5emsto tie oil abObiiir The F1oydconty f News fR Auu Three oil wells DOW under operation 4n tiriscoQTitypn Salt Lfck Pitas Foft and Bul creek about thirtyfivepAjinp wells alreadvcompletedand waiting tbe pipeline 4 500 barrels of oil in tanks around the Noel farm on Beaver Talk is favorable for a tipe line soon The Pike County Journal gives the following reasons why Ken tucky is liable to go iinto the handof a receiver With money getting scarcer and dearer property deprecia ting in value business of all kinds paralyzed congress in greasing the burdens of an in direct ataod the legislature raising direct taxation it looks like a matter of a very short time when the Bluegrass state will go into the hands of a re ceiver Ten peoplo out of a dozen are Invalids says a recent medical authority At least eight of thfso ten it is sate to allow tire Buttering from some form of blood disease vlatvIza persistent use of Ayers Sarsaparilla would be sure to cure Then dout be an invalid One of the best evidences that Aye lHair Vigor is an artich of exceptional merit is tho fact that thg dpmuud for it is constantly increasing No one who uses this incomparable drusslng thinks of try- Ing any other preparation for the alrIPremature baldness Easy lib aiIreadytable Sicilian Hair lleuuwcr CORN FOOfJEH ttcrjricg Had BhreddlnB lo Ohio Intb Prairie States The housing of cord fodder is largelyl jrracUccd by the farmcra of eastern iOhio who JjavouOJi been able to employ oxwndinllIevery year crop of last summer compelled the farmers of Ohio to practice the utmost earn and cconomy Jtt haudling tho co itover in order to tide their lire t1I over the winter and but for this tim banding of provender much Tcrina and los would inevitably have taken place 1 his enforced economy has t ugln farmers tho value of corn fodder in nu ta plain and practical way that a bojiecdtdI st crop tc Bnpplbmint short meadows is unqns fionpbly corn fodder arid tho best way tc Iii subjectforemosti icea of a shredder can be obtained uu donbtedry the most profllabjo way to handlo fodder is to shred and toro away in barns or sheds AIJ Ohio cov LoIpihrcdded is equal in food value b ta o tons of timothy hay tens tho next bn t disposition to make of fodder whfio shredders cannot be mado available He advIses aa follows Draw tho fodder to tho barn ironic diatciy after husking and storoawoy tOt winter consumption The plan vv haver adopted is simply to placo the bnufllce in temporary shocks after thocorn in opporIUDHV 6rL rather mOIst not wet and the weather dyiiraw it immediately to barns or shed and store it away much as you would mow grain tt tho foddcr is wet it cannot bo packed m rows horizontal Jv vwitb out molding Damp odder should bo sot upncnd in Older thatChr ir may circulate through the bundles If pcssiblo avoid hauling it when dry and prisp as tboczrfrom breaking wilt very serious If protracted dry weather prevails the york should bo deferred otherwise tho bundles of fod der should bo sprinkled with water in ho evening and housed early in tlo- nthilng before tho moisture evaporates This was the plau pursued by many Ohio farmers during tbo drought of 18045 Tho question may bd asked Does it pay And I tmswer unhesitating ly Yes Aside from the comfort and conven Jelico in feeding thoifood vrtlpoof stored orn stover nt least 25jcr cent great er than that which has bleached OrIot tcd by mouths of exposure to wind and weather II I wcro obliged to choose between housing timothy hay and fOIl der I would quickly decide in favor ot the latter Timothy hay can be cuccess jifully stacked and without appreciable less but corn fodder must bb housed in order to maintain its full value If tin ordinary farm wagon is used to draw tho fodder its capacity may bo increa ad lengthening tho coupling polo afun constructing a llow rigging or ladder upon which to carry the fodder Low wheels would add greatly to tho venicuco of such a conveyance conI Khnbarb Plants Ehubarb plants maybe safcIjT set both n fall and spring but if fall Eat 4he lcrowns ehciild be well cbvoreji with earth to prevent hoingiitnd expthe roots during winter for gh n verynardy plant rbi1blubI rapid alterations of thawhiwliccn exposed to tbo air and therefore not well adapted for very moist soils in a cold climate What vdutod in rhubarb culture isan early rnpidnd vigorous leaf growth with tho accompanying largo and juicy leaf stalks Rural N w Yorker tells that there is nothing better than the early application of fermenting horso manure for this purpose 2evf Rayodf For Chicken Lice At the Arkansas station they are us- Ing a new mixture fer tho extcrmina tibncf licotHi fowls aud nnimals Ithai boon nanved kerosene extract of pyr ejhrum Oo and a half gallons kerosene aABbaked through 2 pounds pyr etufoin persian insect powder form ing a yellow oily extract Dissolve a papn4of soap in a gallon cf the extract and churn tilt thoroughly emulsified Wfteu using mix n pint of this cmnl sionwith4 pints of water This mix lure combinfcs tho proportion of kerosene and pyrolhrnm aud is cheaper and more convenient than either Building SIlos Thoessnntial points in building silos as Bvmmed up in a bulletin on silos is sued from the New York station are bTo have the walls tight cnauhto ox lurtonir from the contents to have the walls not only strcnig but rigid tr have sufficient depth 80 feet or more if possible There should be not more than about five square foot of feeding surface in the silo for each cow The larger the silo tho cheaper the storage for each ton of silage The larger tho herd the more cheaply can eilago be supplied to each qnimnl Odds and Ends Tim hay crop over tho Pacific filopo ia reported wlouo of the largest ever cut hogsmustdemand The sixth annual report of tho Ohio farmers in3titutos6hows that 157 regular and 81 independent meetings were held tho past winter and ppriijg iUd there would havo been more if uppro priationp had allowed Thero were 105 farmers institutes hold iu W sonsiwlnst winter The advantages of spraying hqve been eo apparent in Utah that the legisla ture provided for county and state inspection and makes it obligatory upon all fruit growers Irrigation will doublo tho production of melon and cucumber vines if judiciously applied In a White Tie ItVbon3orlollQ camo Out Ten n son roinarted says Wilfrid Ward intho Tho NmViRo view Douglas Jerrold mild to mmAyiiat has come to toe Has my riHnd aDo Hors nnderIof dramatic composition and for ant olyzing fh6 human mind And bo has n great imagination Biit poets writing should be sweat to tim mouth and ear which Brownings isnot There should be n glory of words as won as deep thought This bo tins not got In his last work be makes impulse rhyme with dim pulse Ho spoko of Brownings love of London ociety1 once told him that bo would die in a wlflte tie tradbo rather liked it Their Choice Hero girls snid Mr Cumso to his daughters listen whiloI read these pointers for young Indies Pointers replied Miss Ethel Cumso derisively Girls dont oars for pointers Theyd rather have pugs WatThuryI Beware Off tercuryf Mr Henry Roth of 1848 South 9th usualjmercurialed cUred but the disease ret umed each time he was seized with rheumatic pains and ted lumps and sores coy ound have been only blood eases treatment of doctors al ered body I walln a horrible he says and snore treatmeat I received the worse I seemed to get A New York specialist said could cure me but treatment tlid me no rood t110fjpaius conditionIide and well My system was under the effects of mercury and I would soon a complete wreckbut for S S S sS S guaranteed purely vegetable is the cure for real dis The mer curial the ways does more fix the he his harm than good Beware qf mercury Books on the disease and its treat bySwiftA Warm Friciu1 Foleys Colic Cure Is ory hot but when diluted it is a warm friend indeed to those sutferinK from bowel complaint It never fails 25 and 50c For sale by Haydon t RoberJ son TAXPAYERS ATTENTION All persons owing state and county taxes to me us Sheriff are hereby nqtiGed that they pos itively must settle same at once or have their property advei tised and sold This is the last notice JOHN T CRAYCROFr Sheriff W C Everybody Says So Ca cnrcta Cantly Catlmrtic the mosL won devfil niidicil uliseoveru of tlio are peas ant and rofivshing to die tasic ooi gently and positively on kidneys liver and bowels cleansing enl m systin dls cl colils euro lieudnclic for linbittuil ronstipntloa and biliousness Plraso buy and try a box of C C C today 25 cents Bold and giiamnUxvl Jo cure by nil dmcgists Why not be your own mid ellman Pay but ono profit betweenmaker and user and that uBmall just one Our Big Page Catalogue and Buyers Guide proves that Its possible Weighs 2H pounds Illustrations describes and wlletoonoprofitpr1ceofover4OOtS articles ev6rythlngjrou use We send It for cents thats not for the book but to pay part of tho postage or express and keep off Idlers You cant got It to quickMONTGOMERY WARD CO The Stare of All the People IUu6 Michigan Ave Chicago r f JJuclUen Arnica Salve best Hslvein the World for Cuts BrutsesJH9uieolJl Ulcers Salt Khc tim FosrioresFotr happed tmrus loilblaiiiH corns and allxkln eruptions lUll positivoly cures Piles or nr pay required Uls guaranteedt to givopor Icet Hitinfaction or iru r1 Pritt 25 cots per box at ilavdou t hub ertsons Drug Store It is tli Usst On Earth That is what Edwnrds d Purfcer mrr chants of Plaiim nl18a of Chamber lains Phin liiilm for rliouruntisni lamn bUlk deep Heated suit inuscular piiinu Sold by zlsydon tk llobqrthon Mr Will SkHlmnn Uuras Ky nncl torte eyes oi years lie trltl mnnv loe tors and romedlui and n1amys felled to get rolioT nnUI ho tiled Hutlmrlnnd9 Kiiglc Eye Snlyc which cured lila inSide f one weok Dr TBlmnse Likes Turttcy I am cosmopcilitan in my likes said doctor because I have traveled much Therefore pardon inc when I say that I want my turkey stuffed with little English oysters and trimmed with French fried potatoes Each year there is a little wicket fence of tho brown potato strips phtccd around the turkey and when ho is brought in he looks like a picture in n childs story book Mid cant the poor turkey get out of that fence asked my little granddaughter once Exchange lUdllayIAn eld fashioned Thanksgiving do mauds a midday dinner Whatever fash iOlllnDYrHctnlG on other days sho should not bo listened to on this one particu Uriv there are children to be con Fort Hill Poultry tXardBhiCk MlnqrcaSr best cfgprgduclnu raln in tho world Eggs 150 per W Y POYNTER 1m Glasgow Kv Eggs For Sale bycockErolpeimEggspairthatbills D F LOGAN Lock Box 506 Danville Ky EGGS FOR SALE Hamburgsfromstriin BlaCk Minorcas Northup strain liiek Jjingsbun Kirky Smith 150 per MRS Y E McDANJEL Smiths Grove Ky Tetter SoltHhcuiu and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very lld cases have been permanently cnre by it It ia equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic core eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadys Condition Powders are inst whata horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not footi but medicine and the best fn uae to put a hors in prime condltion Price 25 tents per package When was sick wo gars her Casrorta When she a Child cried for Castoria When sho became IQss she cliig to Castoria When she had Children she gave them Castoria TO SuRE A OII IN ONE DAY Tuko Laxative Bream Quirin Tablets Ml druggists refunil the money if it fails to lure 2ix For wilo by don k RoDcrtsrji Hud Waters t BrovKe Fob dOumo A NEW HOOK KNITTING AND CROCHETING of 64 pages over 50 nrl inHl designs illusrftod beaitifut lace patterns shawls hoods jackets etc has been published ly The Homo Milk St Boston Ma 9vand will ho sent with a subscridtion to that paper The Homo ia a 0pige monthly fitted with original stones literary and do mestic topics and fashions Its depart featnreIand will include one of tMese booLf As a special inducomcnttn trial Biibijcribers neopy of this book will be given with a 0 months subscription The price of book is 25 cAnts but a 6 months sub scription and the book combined will be Kent for cents Their annliui premium list forlStfMvill be sent free on Rf plica Lion J CASTORIA For Infants and Children ANTED FAITHFUL MEN on 1j WOMEN to travel for nsnon I si hlo established house In Ken Lucky Salary f780 Hud expenses o xition pcrmnnent Koference Enclrsi set f addressed stem ped nivelope Nationall Star Insurance lildg ChIcago Igov DJlt NEWS LEADER 00 a year eoaTuqctsrrrr iza Dq11AUn WORMS WHBTiS CRE- LMVEfl1WJIE YEARSIEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEtD I SOLD VER1WHERElrt- pcn4Wpa1RDSOJ IDICI to at JOt j rTfliLERS r 2 BUCK EYE aAiT LBl1 OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BESr REMEDY for PILES Saran DT AZ1J DUrOOISTScu- iltrBICSiXDEOIT S7LOUI3 aro the mostKIDNEY DISEAIES fatal of nil dls cases Foleys Kidney Cure n guaranteed remedy or mouoy refunded For sale by IJuydon A Holiertsoc SM KHRRICKDEALER IN BUGGY TOPS WHEELS CUSHIONS SHAFTS STURM APRONS BUGGY WAGON HARNESS SADDLES FA KM WAGONS MACHINERY A FJLL STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES nA DW ARE TINWARE GLASSWARE I rALIi 0 i 3PRINCT 0 QOUDS J- t i I 1 t1 i y ft J= We are now receiving cur Spring Gccds emlfr cr irtg a great asscftirert of t 1 DRESS GCO S PERCALES WHITE GOOES ita r DIIESS TR1MMIIGS ORGAND1ES i LDUCKS GINGHAMS DIM lJfSt 4 OsEMBROIDERIES L 9E Etc l J CORSETS GLOVES AND HOSIERY ft r 5 c j l r i1t t rAGENTS FUR rSFINGS 4 slpn v 5 it V Including a large variety of Fancy Dress rind NecligeSIiirl y f lFancy and Plain Underwear Ilosierj arid Suspenders i CLOTHING i F We are now receiving a most elegant line of MenV Boys and I t Childrens clothing in better styles and lower piices than we have ever 7cx 01 shown before Be sure J ou Fee our liDfiblore you buy thewLere V ii t v i 0 ti SHOES Dont fail to see our line of neJme Bettmann fc CbJs fine sbp fit 10J rand Lrew Selbj kCos women and childrens firm shoesL There are i I no 1lines in the market superior to these in fit style nndiear t 1ifzff r7 i S 1 CARPETS Etc 0tivtiinWALL PAPER v i t 1 ii fQ1 Stop ia and see our stock of 8000 rolls Wall Paper in nil the niiv f 2 combinations We invite your especial attention to the nw rich icolor i ings in red green blue aixLpurples with borders and ceilings to matchi t1 s rrlki We thank you for past patronage and most cor f tdiaUy solicit a good share of your patronage this year f J ff 5e CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN k = e p 5e t J J BURTON DEt I T DON sit e- 3J7VVBJRTONC9 k f 1nEN HAYDON SKMANAOEIU 2Ulldertakrs and Funeral Directors c COFFINS CASKETS QBURIAL IIIIOF ALL ROBES KINDS c FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly 4 Iornigbt i f daVlThe services of an EXPERJENrEt EM graduate from a school of embalming havebeen enga f J r r J1 i 11 t l rrJBURTONCOj fJ + J 7 HAGAN BLOCK SPRING FIE L6 KY n 1 Look Out for Spectacle Pefflers Eyo1os8 andD Glaclew l t Accurately Fitted and1 Guafahteerj A not i tSatisfactory Wor J TWENTY YEARS EXPERINOE jff FINEST SPECK IN SOLID SlLyilSoj GOLD FROM 1r S150 TO S45QFERPAIR j iJ ED M RUSSELL I1 OFTtIIIYIIIIT33rdTear LOUISVILLE KJENTUCKO- mlatiuYattuaiie tiiftrnattoirta dotting toXirn w SHORTp mEBRAPHY ne fe graCvaictin JAcrattc GUuattoiu Rates YrYL 4 L- Jf I w Jv t J t i 7 t THE NEWSLEAD Eft= = L = f Ii THENEWSLE DElt ITBWBBIgyERYTIIUR DY MORtO I JjJ 4 SPRINGFIELD KY 7t9ut ru p P u oisoit- 4 y F R WILDER 1 DENTIST All Dental Operations Performe TEETH EXTRACTED In Springfield every rruquT first Idayaud Friday each PAINII t OFFICE Ovor POS Matim o No 6i8J Fourth A eJLoulavlllq Ky W F NEIKIRK- ATTORNEYATLAW OFFICE with C C McCnono iDRi JF lRINEIIARTI OFFICE HOURS 12 to2 p m EVERYDAY SPKINQFIELD KY DR JM BURTON RESIDENT PENTITV TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I OFFICE IlaRan Block our Mansfield JL Sons rU re SPRINGFIELD KY 4V CTOID isi Bridgft Work Specially DR J H LAMPT ON OFPtCEV OVER cinctirr CLSBXS OF 510 J4f GREENES SALOON VIhave opened a saloon on Main Street adjoining the grocery of SM Karrick Where I will be pleased to have iny friends and patrons call when needing any thing in my line I wll keep nothing but the very best brands the market affords Will make a specialty of the FAMOUS YELLOWSTONE which has VIthe reputation of being the finest jin the world Your patronage solicited aud courtesy extended J C K HARMON THE LIVERYMAN Lirstclass livery outfits New buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion partes or 1IItdrummers The most convenient btchnig arid feeding place in townV MAIN ST SPRINOFIELD KY Educate Tear JJovrcU With Cuicarot Candy Cathartic cnro constipation forerer If C C C fall t unfl money WantedAn1 Idno G tk1 =t1 Protect your they may brtngyon iWrite 5y WublflIW JOH o CJ foJtbelr lID Patent psio oe and lilt ot two bwulnc11n1luUona if raun HACK W0y0flrcalionoutTvftuygQod fill Bothlna It vtiieral debility Iy JrlWlfJi7 7KOV jirriciM tt will cure nnd cive n soejl npjKtlta tyieftIcifl tnedldna Tho Wwlfleld Ind News prime tho following iii reenrd to an old resldpntof that place Frank McATPT for many years in the employ ol piQ L N Att C VRy here BHJS I Tiavo used Clmmber IaIni Colic OJiolesii aud Dinrrhoaa Rem edo for ton yeJtr1Jor longeriun nov r without it IriinfiipHy I vnslaerlt the best rom dy of tho kind inanurhc J tured Itnfcn pleasure tnT 1mendlng it1 It M a specific for all bowel dUor dcrs For sale by Haydun ct Robcrtaon il ThatTotJseto Spit end Sraokc Tour Ufe To quit toHccc easily and foroTcr be netic full at J1I9 eVO and visor take NoTO f DacthcwoaicrworUtT tliatroaUe weak men strong AU rtrwslsUMoor II Cure guaran lr teed Booldct and sample free Address Sterling temedrCa CWcnSoorJTcjt i oqc i i 1 If you want lo buy goods Cheap for CASH come and see us Wehave a lullline of JJardware Tinware Stoves etc that we areQflfering at VeryLowPrjcesV Granite Ironware bought direct from manufacturers cheaper than ever offered before Have just received a line of Tinware that we will sell you for Cash at prices that cannot be met by any one We ale agent for Old Hickory Wagons and Brown Culti vators The way to findout if our prices are right is to try us Our Jine of Table and Pocket Cutlery Is complete If you buy our warranted Razors and Scissors and ttjiey are not satisfac tory bring them back and get your money Come and see our ONE MINUTE Ice Cream Freezers This is no joke It will freeze cream in One Minute MCELROY SHUL1Zmnz51fl 1 w our students will hare the opportunity o oLatlciidligVTHE STATE ASSOCIATION tcachlnJrgct1IbetferCoUHSE You can enter now and find clauses to suit you Mention course wanted Ffi Wrlte nowVCHERRY BROS Proprs Southern Normal School Howling Green Husiness Tolleg Bowling Greon Ky KBOUT TOiAZN CORN for sale by C C McGill CIRCUIT Court begins here next Monday FOR SAtE cheap a good par lor prgan Apply to Mrs Ben Yo n IgSM KARRICK has for sale one young Jersey cow giing two gallons of milk per day two Jersey heifer calves sand twelve shoats UONTyou want a new buggy this summer S M Karrick advertises in this issue to sell you a good one cheap ANYONE wanting a good din ner for 25 cent should patron ize the ladies of the Presbyterian church County Court day They will serve dinner in the new Hay don building THE Ladies Cottage Prayer meeting will bo held on next Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs A Cunningham Word text Prayer IIThe meeting will beat 4 oclock instead of 3 JOHN STEVENSON colored was tried before Judge Noe on Monday morning on the charge of a breach of tne peace said to have been committed Saturday night on High street Proof failed to show that John had committed an offense grave enough to warrant a fine and he was dismissed MR JOHN BROWN who lives about two miles out on the Brad fordsville pike was kicked in the chest Monday afternoqn by a horse Fortunately he was within close range Dr R C McChOrd who attended himI says his injuries were not very severe and that the young man will soon be Tally recovered Lebanon Enterprise WE take pleasure in calling the attention ofthe teachers and those desiring to prepar them selves to thoadveftisement of the normal course of sixaveeks tobe conducted at Washington Institute at Mackville beginning Monday May81 Prof Cheek the principal announces that he has secured the services Of Prof Clarence il Poage of Elliott Institute to assist in Ihe Normal jt Teachers sbould avail themselves of thisopportunity be comEmore proficient in their line of work THE Chatauqua Circle was very nicely entertained by Mrs Wm H McElroy on the evening of Mayi7 The quotations were 33- I J t from Richard HI The lesson consisted of twentynine quest tions on History of Greeck Art and ten questions oJ Survey ofI Greek Civilization Miss Mag Thompson talk wasI The Commercial Interests of Greece and Miss Jennie Browne gave the cause ete of the War with Greece ItOn June 7 we will haveu Victor Hugo Evening Mrs Will Thurman hostess Quotations from Victor Hugo The Story of Victor Hugo Mrs Jack Thompson Select ReadingThe Battle of Water loo from Les Miserables Mrs Will Thurman Synopsis of Les Miserables Miss Jennie Browne The Most Important Charac ter iin Los Miserables Mrs Al McChord Characteristics of Hugos Work and Career It Miss Mag Thompson Victor Hugo as a Poet Miss Lizzie Lee Miss PAULINE HARDIN one ofl the daughters of the late Judge M R Hardin and who was born in Springfield is a candidate for State Librarian The Louisville Dispatch of Wednnsdayj contained a picture of Miss Pauline and says There is perhaps no better known nor more popular young lady in the state titan Miss Hardin She has a host of friends in both political parties is clever and accommodating to a marked degree and her charming manners and graceful deportment readily make her acquaintances her supporters She has a sweet pretty face and iis a typical Southern girl She made the race for the office iiiI 1894 and though the last of five raceshelcame he expert stenographers emiployed the Sheon Dispatch was during the presidential campaign tho stenographer for the State Central Committeeand she1incthelleadersshe looks for support in her race KHMERALUA A large and appreciative audi enbe filled St Dominic Hall last Tuesday night to see the Springfield Histrionic Clubs presen ylayEsmeruIda passed off smoothly and the mom bers of the company acquitted themselves with credit Tho story told in Esmeralda Is quite pretty one and the beginningi is on a farm in North h PAYS FOR r Everything furn ished for the Spec 1ofbegins Juno 8 1897I KENTUCKY TEACHERS and V5 a Carolina where lives old man Rogers Lida Ann his wife who is the boss of the household and filled with an ambition for money and worldly glory and their daughtert Esmaralda who is in love with Dave Hardy a young North Carolinian The Rogers family live a very humble life up until the time when a rich find of ore on the old poor farm is made and with the sudden acquiring of riches comes a de sire in the mind of Mrs Roger to shine in the world and society Esmeralda is forced to give up her country sweetheart and does not receive with favor the atten tions of a Marquis to whom her mother is trying to marry her Dave the country lover finally turns up in the city to seek his lost Esmeralda and it comes to pass that the ore on the old farm promisedI belongIlone A reconciliation is made all around and all go back to North Carolina happy The parts were all well acted and the stage settings were good The musical selections given by the orchestra wore especially well rendered The following is the cast of charactersVOLD MAN ROUGHS a North Carolina Farmbr F B Noe LYDA ANN his Wife Cora VanarsdallE- 3ME3ALDA their Daughter r Carrie Selecman DAVE hAnDY Young North Carolinian W M Hagan ESTAHROOK a Man of Leisure F P CnMwell GEORGE DREW an American Specula torJD Hardin JACK DESMOND an American Artist in Pans Thoa ffardeBty RaybournoKATEnl8 MABQUIS DE MENTESSINJ DEllker BARGII Y ICincinnati Ohio Will be in Springfield on his next 1remhim about having eyeglasses fitted should remember tho date and that he can be found at the Tburnaan House or at Dr Raps office Eyes tested Free of Charge and Satisfaction Guaranteed wmmE8tLYrAK every cality for lion W J IlrynnV great and only book TIe First UjnuJa rio best seller ever produced Agonth are ink ing as many aft SOOonUrs tier week He wuraof rraudilont iinltntiniiH Send for outfit nnd begin work nt mice W ii CONKKY COMPANY Publishers Dearborn Street Chicago PERSONAL Dr Birg wont to Bardatowri on Monday to spend the day Mr E S Mayea iis Jn Lsbanon this week attending Synod Mijs Louise Saunders has returned from a visit to relativesl in Louisville Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloom oJiI is visiting her daughter airsWRay Editor Bacon of the Nalsori Record paid this office a call Saturday tstV v MrsF Ri Neale is in Perryvilio this week to see her mother who is quito sick Mr John Lilly Barbquhasrentod 0 0 McQills residence and moved Into it last week I Mrs Johnson of Lebanon wa the guest of Mrs T Scott Hayes the first of the week Mr and Mra Will Anderson were hero here from Bloomfiejd Tuesday night to take in the Esmeralda performance Bob Noe has moved his family and belongings into his new homo on Leb anon street Miss Myrtle Mathews of Bards town cousin of W R Casey is visit frig Mra Reuben Mack Misses Lida Orundy and Cora Var arsdall were guests of Mrs Will R Thurinan the firat of the week Rev Ovtrsfcr jet has gone to Char lottsville N 0 to attend a meeting ot the Southern Presbyle y Mr and Mrs Nlchoas McDowell of Danville were visiting relatives hero Saturday and Sunday last Messrs Carl Litsey and Win Tim mons of Lebanon were over Tues day night tosee Esm raldaV Mfller and wife G B Hawk IJMiss Lulie Reed came in from Willisburg to attend the playTuesday nightVMr T Scott Mares wont to Louis ville yesterday where he has a casein court growing out or his litigation with E E McKay Chas B McElroy Jr is here for a two weeks visit to his parents Char lie is now a prosperous citizen and business man of Kansas City HEAVY HORSES k Michigan Farmer Hecommenda Thom Highly For Form Work A Michigan correspondent Country Gentleman and formerly an advocate for medium weight horses writos sa flee years ago I bought a team of heavy horEes weight about 1600 pounds each more because I could not dud what I wanted in lighter weights thau from any good judgment of my own I had not had the team a week before their superiority over the other teams on tho farm was proved They moved oft with a plow with much less fatigue They ilrow heavy loads with far greater easein fact hey were masters of tho situntionwherovcr put at work I found that it took no moro to keep them than tho lighter horses unless it may Io that thayccnsnmon little moro hay tor thcy receive the santo grain ration as tbo others And as for road work wo do not need to put the farm horses before a carriage and when it comes to taking loads to town they walk Taster than the others besides hauling considerably more at a load So great was tho change in my opin ion on the subject of heavy horses for ftirci wor that I have since bought an other team of the same kind These hoIteams do tho hardest heaviest work on the farm at ell times all the heavy plowing vhich it would require three lighter horses to manage For certain kinds of work the smaller horses are nil right For cultivating woving light dragging and certain other things en any farm they answer every purpose of to the small who has not work enough at farmorI of tho year to hnny him IIo his time and ian rush things as they havo to bo rushed ou n largo farm but when it comes to o big days work en disk harrow or plow or where great strength is required give mo the heavy hows evory timo A heavy horso is not necessarily n slow ouc nor ucfd ho bo an awkward one A horse of heavy weight should not bo so fat as to boa buideu to himself either but in good fair condi tion with no protruding bones More grain and less hay should bo tbo rulo on most farms Whore tho fanning iis ex tensive enough to warrant keeping teams let ono of them bo heavy twoI will tako all tho heavier work off smaller team and these may bo used for light road work when required Hot Water For Iiuccta Itis giton out as n now discovery that sterna allowed to fall to u temper sturo cf 120 degrees will destroy in sects This is only repeating what was umdojmblio by the editor of Mcehan Monthly 40 years ago that water boat ed to 120 degrees was destructive of In sect life without being injurious to vegetation Tho application has been found rather howcverI copt where only a low plants are to be dipped in the water People pnfer in iiecticidcs that may bo applied by pow ders or by spraying Maplo Simp From Corn Cobs Clean cobs nro boiled in water until soft Then tho jnico is atralncd oil and dark browu sugar added This is boiled and it cornell out a lino quality of maple strop according to an Illinois exchange It is also discovered in Iowa that a sirup can bo produced from ons Last soiiiou n melon watermeJI state thus utilized thousands melons which in other seasons ho has allowed to rat ou the vines The melon eirup has an exquisite flavor has good body and a beautiful colorS One Ileason Now Violet cab you pivc roe any ircnECii why I tlccld not punish you for icing tvIity- VicictYes mo The doctor Raid TCU werent to tty violent fij clafy 7 at o t iANDY1io Lr CURECOHSTIPJVnOH yALL ivALLY DRUGGISTS beers an7c3zeotconitpatIn ieUttrefU d4l fJtUUaiUUUDIUtlrpnrTerfriporcripebitranKXtTnitDrilrrnlU Su fc pie and booklet free Id STEBIrjTG nE3IKDTCfclMroBont ilC orNe York tS a r a a a a a a a arc a aa a 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Rowland Curd to come out and bring his ax and stood over him und forced him to chop the gate down and the pole to pieces The raiders were not masked or disguised in any way though Curl says he did not recognize any of j them Curd had previously pro claimed ina boastful way that ifr the raiders ever untested his gate he would fall them with buckshot Tbe raiders taunted him with this while they weie forcing him to ply his ax srvigorously When he had cut he pole into short pieces they told him he could use it for break fast kindling wood and that they would be there to take brcakfebt They nIsI impressed the warning upon him that if ho collected an other cent ol tollat that gate they would take him out and hung him Curd evidently believes in their sincerity for ho is moving out to day having thrown up his job and says his done with tollcollecting This gate is on the Lexington andi Perryville pike in which the Statiowns a controlling amount of stock Keep Up Your Scotts Emulsion in 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ami flour and the acreage of tobacco have now undertaken to control the newspapers Editor Spottswood of the Harrodsburg Democrat has been warned byletter to cease his opposition to free turnpikes and to discontinue any publication about tho octioi s of the mob on the threat of personal violence They will find before they stet through that they have tackled the wrong man in trying to bluff Spottswood He will do his full duty both as a cit izen and an editor even iiit costs him his Ijfe and this threatening will only ervu to incite him to further efforts to bring the offenders to justice Such is our conception of the man Shelby Sent- inelMothersII I THUII discom- I and of childbirthcanbe tirely avoided- WincofCardui relieves ex pectantxnothera tonetothegen ItalorgansandtmtA i conditioni to do their nancy perfectly less That painful makes WorkI labor and hastens recoveryafter childbirth It helps a woman bear strong healthy children Win irdlij has also brought happiness to thousands of 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