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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f It 1 u uJJ4J NE7sLF1IJF1RjjNew SeiiesVo1 IV WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 27 J897 l No fSfRINGEIELD tt iFY4t ifl H 2 0 AkiN6 o iyt POWDER Abvoluteiy Pure 7 tfclebrnted foritsrreatJeavcntn streoJtb II Tind healthfulncsa Asanre the fooa against alum ant allTfonns of adulteration corn tnnntoth cheapcrbrivid ROYAL LKt INQ PO OEa uO NEW YOUIC Locator Business Notices 10 cents per Iine for tho jtlrst Inscrtioni ani cents ior i ea h subsequent iniertton 1b Calls otfCftmildates auLpo1Ucft1 matter 10 Dtp run J MI Job Work don t rtiT ratsbgC cash rvuat b3 pili oa dislivoTjp of codda- tjAilvartjsingi contrasts iniide on liberal Obtoartes and rpn1ptjons of rcsRCCt 3 por1ne AYOWCMBTVrrnrn Iaitrates 1211 county Officers 500 DhtrirtCWl ias 10- 00cHUPuREcToRv f BAPTIST CHTJKCH Rtv CO PuBbj F tor iBarviccs ovrYI i3uY3t U a rtJt aJilt m Sunday gchWlat 830r Prayer Meeting on Woo ceynlihtatl30pmV METHODIPT CrroRCH Knr F Atkinson Pa5t rVSf tnces on W IflWt and ThiriSnndaj i tneach irinth It am anti p m t pRESBYTERIAN CHURdtf Her EE O oaT torSctvlces every LtU a in anrt jp m i Pn yjr Meet Sf Vety Ttmrsdayhlgbt I CATHOLIC CUURCH Rev PP Hennesy P stor ServroK eypr Scdday at S and 10 ocloclt a n r8crrtcp at1it iosaarne boarvV BORDERSPRSTBRMm Uxsajnc flpringfield Io3gc TJo 50 1 Mocfs ooontlironil vln each monthV is Washington K frs nhipterNo 27n2cet4 Terjr third Monday Sprlagaeld Council Ifo 52 meets every fourth Monday VV l KvQJtTs py nosoB Meots erery second adfoHiiK3ApnJay la each month J Ksionrs Ip M1CLUNMICt3 every Vrat Wednesday ofe ch month caUNtV pIRBCtORY CJwOLlRT VCrcutt C Ug1flS on the fourthl1on lity 1oFebroary May and October cEi1afte1oI2JDdgoV VW Jt Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney rfCsmpbell Clerk TwsirnsJamrnIzsIQnerV VV- VV OUAR7KRLY COURT VVVQurter1y itourtisheld pn the third a day nJaiiuary Aprils Jul and October c JarkW Thompson JOdg COONTYCOURT fjountyCourt raee0 tho fourth Mba i Vlulichmorith Jack W Thomp 6Dj Jrod je W P Booker Connty Clerk 1 H Thurman cour ty Attorney JB Smith JalerV J VjrCraycrof 8hcrW VVWBlburman If n Pocll DettIes 1tMOsIat3 Jrn3VF MjOre cornitySurvcyotV VWD SoanvAsscisor f RVNopUtV A a CJampbell Bounty TteasnrekV 8I FaELD CTOP L J TjCKoe Police dgt Joiu Grace Mtsba1V tTi WOR4VCVAtthrUCYVV VVJUiiTlClM bUBT jostle courts arc held in January Aril J air aad October tJtt Personal Fft64Vpago medical reference book toany person afllictcd With any spoeitl chronic or delicate dleaso peculiAr tOa tireirBpXi Address tbp leading physl idnrnhd Biirceons of the United States Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street f Clilca o 1 Gallagher NOV674 One of the handsomest stal liocrs we hIve seen was exhibited oh streets of Springfleld last County Coart day It was the fine saddle horse Gallagher 1 owned by Mr J P Marshall of Jy Woodlawn Nalson couoty Gal lagher is sired by Red Eagle he iT Uby Red Squirrell out of Flotilla hy Cibelis Lodti ton F S Mr Marshall will stand the horse at his place near Woodlawn at 810 to insure B poll and he would be glad to hear front owners of WaibtnKt Il OnD Y miresI mcb Vr r lTSnDS M Em OF Gossfef DOLITCALCOflfltV pOlitiCs are beginning to get a bit warmed up and VTjpmay from now on ex pact tt Ijave tho busy candidate incur midst as Iho county correspond would say The Sales for the county conventions by which each party isto came its candid ates hayo been lised and candidates for nominations onVthe respect yo tickets are coming oat and declaring themselves The ernocratic Committee met lasts aturday arid thg names and tirufor determining oa a ticket has at 1asVbeen set tiedwas Bedded to hOld a housetohouse primary on Au gust 18th nVexYfrhe date is a goodways off and candiJates for the ribmiriatum will have a good time to canvOssThe Republicans have also decided on hcWitbeir ticket will be elected They wiiKhsveii mass bnven tion at Willisbur con Hepteraber lltb There aTeValreadyV a few announced candidHtes from both sides as can be seen froth ouranu- OUncementV1umns but th6re are still a good many offices for wbi h there a yet no announced candidates Tho Democrats have tras yet no one regnarly announ ceU for the office 01- JUdOV County although a verypromi rieht citizen and excounty offi cial is spotren of as being an al PipStVcertain starter W IL Morgan has announced himself as a candidate for the BepuDlt can nominstionfor county Judge and there are two aspirants on that side for Mr Morgans place in thetiext Legislature The Populists too are ta take a Ultle hand in the raced thfsv fall and have called a v n tioqfQr Saturday Xbtopnt onJt a candidate for Representati7euwnch will matte tht race for that place more eomplicated THEwJUDGESHip4Tho contest hip so tar as this county is concerned prom1sVUJ beriQteresttnff alajbrj Lisle of Lebanon tile Re publican uorcijjee will oppose Judge attesonob J VJ hoiinated by the Damncrats at their primary next month The county is pretty etenly devided as regards politicalhmnes a1 though It went Republican by a smalt majority at the llast presi dcnttal election MajorvLisIe has a strong personal following in the county and will doubtless wore than cary the full party strength Judge Patterson also hasa strontr following in the county and the race will be hanj iougbtV11S APOno of the biggest jpjf snaps noticed for some time is tnat lem jr enjoyed by two tramp printers over in Mercer county It seems that the Muck viilo turnpike was leased to D B Bond Jim Saunders and Dick White twoV tourist printers1 who hive traveled over hall the world were put in- charge to defy the raiders and collect toll They say it is the softest snap tbeybavechad since the linotype was invented and boldly declare that they do not intend to be scared put of itby threats They always managtj however to get into town txforenight They are within a hundred yardsof Salt River and take turn about fish rag In the absence of a pole they have a line drawn in the dust across the pike andh7 one is allowed to cross it until they pay They have chairs news papers and liquor and always manage to shift the chairs to keep in thOshadeV BALti The BprinjEffield BASE se Ball Jib will open the season this year by tackling one of the strongest amatur clubs in the state Centre Collage the latter club agong to come here Friday and Saturday next ior two games The Ibcdl boys eel tainly Scan not be accused of needing a hewtonicswhfen they VsVVVZVVVVVVV f stare put tUtOr such big game but I understand that they will nial 911p Vannetbat they are cbnfidenc will hold its own with credit Centre is winner of the Kentucky lnterV Collegiate ChampiotsTnp aud has a crack team this season The gamp text Friday and Saturday willVbt playett on the grounds at Sui Rose Dcraocratie MassCouvcutlpnV A rOts convention of the Democrats Washington coun ty will be held at the Courthouse Saturday May 29 1897 at 2 pclockpm standard time for the purpose of selecting dele gates to attend the Democratic convention to be held at Frank fort Ky on Tuesday Junei2 1897 for thepurpose of comma ting a candidate for the office of Clerk ot Court of Appeals to be vottid for at the Noyembor elec Imp 1897 The basis of delegate representttion in the State con vention shall be one delegate for eYeryv200 votes or fractional part of 100 votes or over cast for the electors of the Demo cratic nominee for President in 1896 TVJ SIMMS JR f1 Ohm Wish Co Dem Com i VVtWeinow of but one community tbeAvorlcl wherfl dyspepsia Is practically unknown Vend that is the Shakcra of Mount Lebanon N YV These good peo ple hate lieen studying tho VaUbjeOl of digestion for moro than a hundred year and that they understand it thoroughly is evidenced lIn the fprpgoinR feet Their Digestive Cordial is thothe safest and Let remedy in cases of diyrstion that weI know of A trial botllo can bo through your druggists fot the trifling sum of ten contVThoShafcor Digpstlro Cordial snpplirs the system witlr food already digested anti at 1t snnio tiiiio aids the digestion of other foods It will alniostlnn mtly relevc thoordinary syinptoma of mill Lcstion aud no suirerqr need to bo toul what these arcIDr nails Peppermint TulcV is a dull perect liver lasative antiTuialarlal and blood purifierV vest biliousness without purging Cures chilisHiicl makes the complexion goud Guaranteed by nil dealers 1 EGOS Oar farmers and their families cannotrbevt ufu1 in gathering thevgetevery in order that it may be fresh and bring the besi market price Ah egg will hatch in twentyone days and consequently if they are not gathered promptly hey are apt to become spoiled very Quickly espedallyif iKe weather is warm or the nestis where the sun can shine on iit or is used andlworst ettinglptaccount Cthe warm weather eggs quickly become hal Therefore it has become almost a positive necessity for tho buyers to candle every egg they get and throw out the worst ones only paying onehalt prico for those that are badly peeked or contain what aro called floaters The processofctlndlingis sirrple and aiy One can learn it quickly Take a simple lighted candle inr to r dark room and hold the egg between the eye and the flame close to the latter when it can lmotVbO seen though if per fectly fresh irirYt notTRi AWEtlC EASiLY te1ClJItonly book Tlio First liattlarho best aolkr ever produced Agents urn tnk InSI inanyos 300 orders per wcnk Be wareof frauditlcnthnitatinnR Send for outfit and begin work at once W B JAllDWhatever may bfl tho cause ot blaccb in tho hair maY bo restored to Its origi nat color by the use of that patent rn edy Hall Vegetable Sicilian Hair Be neverV It ifay Save Your LifeV A dose or two of Foleyd Honey and Tar wjll prevent an attack of pneu moats grip or teycro cold if taken in time Cures coughs scrottp1 grippe hoarseness diffictilC breathing hooping ugh inciplontconsuiripUon asthma or bronchitis Gives positive relief Ii advancpd stages of con mptron aatlmia or brbnchttis Guaranteed lfoi Balcby HaydoQ tJtobertsun- tJ VjV S4rV1TRVVVOIIRFARMERS Notices stock Feed or grain v anted or Joe sale or exchanjjo inserted In this cot umn ruEs cnAnoR Fifmiera arc quested to send in stock or crop itemfoi publicationV Three good Gov Wood jacks or sale by E Oi Walker Springfield Ky t t t Night raiderSof Clark county put up notices on about thirty bardp not ifylug tobacco raisera not to plant moro than sit acres of tobacco VVttt William Jennings agarSnor living In Carlislo county grows anew variety of strawberries of which only eighteen are required to fill a quart measure txrF- roni all over the country complaints aro hoard that there Is n Very short crop of hogs The litters nave been small and tho continued cool and damp weather has caused a great many of the young pigs to dio There is no reason that thero should not be a decided advance In the price of hogf It J Vjfl round numbers 3400 head of cat tle for export this fall are being pro pared for raarkdt in Boyle county and wn bring to that county between July and January nearly 250000 These cattlo will go to Europe before Christmas and will come very near averaging 11500 pounds to the bead Besides these there are from fifteen to eighteen hundred feeders in the county that will not be ready for the nuixkefcuntn next fail About 75 P01 cent of the export cattle fed in Bbye are calved outside of the county Adv ateVr t Oh the Chicago market hogs are about 3Cc to J40o higher per hundred pounds than one year ago pork JaJtn tho way from BQcto 176 per barrel higher groou meats to 76c per one hundred pounds higher pickled meats beef baths 860 per barrel higher plate beef po Wghor tallow l4c per pound lower gioaso 38 to l4c perpound lowerV itt t Cattle coptnn to advance and are now selling for from 4 12 to 4 84 at this prico good ones aro scarce and good fenders are in demand Thero dro now between two and three thous and in this county on grasa fattening for tho early fall market Ilardin county is becoming quite a cattle feeding county and tboso that have fed tlis season should havo made monoy With corn worth from 40o to 45c per bushel hogs worth from 3c to 4e per pound cattle worth frou Sc to 4c per pound sheep worth from 3oto 4c per pound wheat worth 8100 per bushel and prospects for a good this year our farmers shouldbe deligbted and satisfied KENTIU1ERNEL3- =While the Republicans were crowding around the the pie counter atV Washiostao the silver tes were at Frankfort bull drzing the remnant of the Re publicans and the sound money Deraotsrat minority Did the pee plf vote a few Republicans into office merely that they might engage in aV salary grab The CAPITAL thinks not but the pee pIe will decide the question in November Frankfort Capital Some little twobyfour Demo cratic papersare always harping on the promised prosperity Some ofVthO narrow minded edituraliad rather see the country bankrupted than Vt0 see the times bcwgme aocSJ like they were under Republican rule The Republican Administration has only been in power two months and already there is marked im1 proveinents in the commercial world Hartford Republican Wb says we are afraid of the beastly Spaniards Why the Presidentrat havingasked tne permission of Spam actual ly reccommended to Congress an appropriation of 50000 for the relief of Americans in Cuba and the measure has passed the See ate Glasgow Times The Martin antl jnob bill has passed both hoiifsas of theegcis lature and it is probable by the time this reaches the eye of the reader it will have become the taw of thelland by the signature of thagovornor Under its pro visions the turnpike raider the tobacco bed destroyer and the threatening letterwritc has the finest chance in the word to en jjgtheVbeautes of the Frankfort penitentiary il trroJfsiiuVgU VVV f c04 Democrat Dr G W Hunter will succeed Hon Jamas B McKenzie as Minister to Peru at 10000 a year If the Peruvians dont- watch put theyll wake up some mormeg and find Dr Etunter elected king or somethingof t sOltKy ALVOVCaICV Senator Doctor Debo turnstp a member of the darklantern fraternity of which SappV is Governor General That ac counts for the cjit in the meal bin MrvMoKinley has expressed a desire to take care of Sap nnd now the question arises have the oaths been administered to him Mayor Todd is also hi a position to rise aha erpla inirBut what is most striking in this business is the statement made from Washington today that if Sapp is made Collector he will make no difference between a Catholic Republican and a Protestant Republican in the matter of distributing thepatronaga of the place That gives us au idea of a much diluted A P A ism since the entire object of that concern has been to get offices for their own and keep Catholics out1 Mr Sapp has either expel ienced a sudden cbangedf life or there is a lie out spmefrheie TimesVV Chill tonics containing arsenic make child inn look fntIts uot Jesh Arsenic pulls thorn up and ruin8tholr bone its dangerous It should only be given by thQ direction qf a physician Ur Bells Poppormiut Chill Tonic contains no ar senic It contain Jio poison It cure chills pcrmahcntiy It makes stout sound bono and rich red blood flesh vigor and virility How to Find Out Fill a bottla Oi common water glass With urine nod let it stand twentyfour hours a sfirtiment or settling indicates adisaasedc- ondition oftl1o kidneys urine Plains linoslt is positive evidence b kidnoy troublo Too reouontdcnre to urinate or pain in tlio back also convincing proof that tec kidneys und bladder are out of order WHAT VO IJO There Is cut toiv in the knowledge to often expressed Ujat iJr Kilmers twnn Root the great tidney remi dy fulfills every wish n relieving pain in the back kline liyer bladdcrjind ovcry part of the urinary pas eagfca It corrects inability te hold urine and scalding pain hi passing it or ad ef feels following use of liquor wino orbeer and ovcrcone3 that unpleasanV nscesslty of being cotnpalled to got up many times during tho night to uinate Tim mil and ostraotdinary effect of SwampRoot is sootf realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures ofto most distressing cases If you need a medicino you should have tho bcstV Sold by d bstsprlco fifty cents and ono dollar For a sample bottle and bamjihlot bothscnt freo by mail mention KB wa IBAUEB and send your full pos of PlngIper Kuarautootrxenuinoness of this otter it 4TrI1B BxttV The antimob bill passed the Kcnfucky Ilousa Wednesday The substantial provisions of the bill nro the making of a felony ot par ticipating in mobs and making members also liable in civil dam egos itV is provided that where County Judgos receiveVflOtlCOV that an attemptis about to be made by organized mobs to destroy turnpke or other private property he shall atpomt guards at the eSpencfc of the county who shell bo required to protect the property The important departure from the statutes is made in the section relative to the powers of the jailer wljen anti cipating mob yiolcncp to any of his prisoners in the jail if in lila hacre ti6n such nccionis deemed necess ajry to repel the mob Tile Goyer nor is authorized tto offer rewards not exceeding 8500 anti to employ detectives to assist iii bringing raid ers and tynohers to justice Something to Depend on Air Jatuea Jones or tho drug 1rJU of Jones A Sou Oowrtou Ill in ppukintf of Dr Kings Now DiscovoiyBay that last winter his wife was attacked with grippe nnd b rca ttrew o seriousia that physicians at Cowden and lana could dii nothing fbr her It seqinod tttf ilovelop zetA hasty consumption liav tog Dr Kingtt Now Xilscaveriln store anti selling lots ot ttho took a bottle home and to the snrprlso of nil she be g nto got better from first dose mid iuelf dozen bottles cured her s nnd and wtll DrV KnjK4 NOW fliseovoryron conBumptlon cOuylis and colds lsgu r untood tii do this pood wqrkv V2ry Frrfe trial bovtlKaat ItdodHcibort son DrcgdstsV ile1ii 1f VV ofI CORRESPONDENCE VVVMAUD Anothor tiny leather phi kcd trom Iloavcns wing sad dropped in to the lapbf motherhobdj bVn to the wife May hiajife be as pure and gentlo as the rise which blooms eternal on Alpine hillsVMrs Addison Jluraphr and friends passed through heioenrouto to Wihnoro Ky where here daugh t r18 Attending horJ1 Mr Frank Gregory with his ttthepqnd is buying live stockVOf all 1ndldei8 a Commrscioh 7aer chantTofjlieVBauiriuori Stock Yards V5V 54VThe Misses NailSnd Miss Jennie Vilk JjdJ tt rlcn Mr Jlanv Shehan icho has been on tho sfck list for some time is better The chinch ouz has appeared in this locality anddpiiigfibine ilamjigc to wheat and oats John R Moore is vaccinating nil he cun ff11V Mrs 0B jfregorye duck ce mentioned some time ago reached her one hundredth egg last w ek Circuit Cqurt convepes next Monday boys all gone Our merchahts are doing good busjnes3iti the woltradel R Mt Arnold has bought large amount Settles Bios have a Iqrga lot on handu Mr Arnold is agent for the Deering Machines and isV scllmg ouite a numbcrV L D Stiles and Tohn Moore bough a short horn bull fromWm Neal ot Nelson Co3 price 3500V Uho lamb iiinrket seems tobe brisk in tins viciuity several buy ers were here this week Wo were pleased to meet the Maple Hilt crib this qyehing Jredsetms toba full fledgedlland ready for ustpesaVA number off our Citizens chap eronod by B F Settles and Davrl Broadant YillgQ to Barnums show next week Mr JmesCheadfamwhois clerking for KM Arnold is sick Ittis common to eo a bevy of lady equestrians on our streets Nothing is more beautilul and re fined Young mehbring but youi sad Jersund show your gallantry Rev C 0 Al en will preach it the Christian church evry third Sabbath 5If we put tho rignt construction on the road laws no person orDer- s ns have a rihttoVobstruot a pub hoV highway the overseers and turnpike company uliould be care fulVliflt to the wise iis sufficii eat Jim ChaS Patterson is tho favor ito in this precinct for Circuit Judge we hVvo often heard it said Tblove is to favorJudgtP- atterson isviQCial in hIS natufor but when he donsieJuducuIl garb he is no respecter ofV J Nellie Andrews Zijdio AntlvSj Katie and 1o joVVakefioldV Katie and JJotsie Settles and flalliel Eiiston will spend a week at Tatham Springs v VV1X HiIIjisToN Accordtnjfito the newpaporsnn Ohio liuslinud became the jmppy father flf coven children not IontiajoOfVtIuosovefl nil lived but ono If is to bo 1iolcdII laid fn a supply pfVCh1ambcrlaInt cough Itpin 3dy the only sute nre for whoopltiKcougli coldsVSfld crOUptI so Insured hischUdron Vgn1 nat eases For tfaie by lIaidontt Iiobertsbn S100 Boward S1OQVV5 Tho readers of title hiaherWhiI bo pleas od to learn that there la uf teastullo dreaded disease that sclonco has been able to euro in all its stages null ihtttis Oatnrrli HnilM Cnlarrh Curt is the only positive cure knowil to the medical profession titarrh boinffrt constitutional disease requires a constitutional treat mont Halls Catarrii Curo Is taken in tornxliy ctlng lirctly upon the blood and inucoug nurfaces of the system thereby jlcstrQylnc the foundation of tho tseunnc1glvlngllo patient fUranRth by bttfldjng np the Con8Ut jtnd acslstinR uaturo in doinBJtiJ ton1 Tlio prvprlotors bavo so much ita curaUvoi owcrT that they fulthln1 hundred Dollars for nuv case raU8 tQ euro Send for list of testhuoui lots Address F J CIlENiSY CO VsldVfor e 1Ifl W1t for iItoOh19U1I old lltkrhrll53tife eji- V4 Tard1 F t1f 4 lt VVVV ib M r xtf Miss Iiizziii- t3wii Bon ts of Jeff the nfcijoinpHshtsd dKf v fz of Rev Boiitaus vidltws f4r n tndrelatiicst heic Mr JTobpush of pornisUvilj I with a painful accident Satfr t ove ihjQClrcum8t q es of whit 51 about s ollowsMt TQD ugh fi aboutfcjfifteejr compfrnfons CprnlsuvSlle wejr e 6n o fishing piditjon their camp situated miles below thus place vfhejpi Uhapiin fiver emptied Jntdf hooch Fork was an idcol ono 1 scuffin Saturday evening in yc1 five the company w ro pettVpants they ffell over aibahkVjt r Tobojish falling undernoatTif i E located his shoulder and brl0lr jclayicle Dr Shelinn ivan imrafr t summoned dreeei 1iWctiiteIy and the last report the old 5gn j man who is abouf sixtyJbury iai waa resting eiisy s r V 5 a V I ii Miss Lia rilliums spent Satqv lay and rfnndny with cMjfsiSis VukdiieldutMuud iC- Mh t j J lSwohird nridv frxr rv spent Sunuhuuy with Mi Wtitt f RusselL itMr Jobnie ArnolcT and ltoJanie lYillijyQia spent Saturday5 v at Maud Tho peonle hale with delight Is mention of Mr JameaB ll ys 1jir candidate for Represent affyeVrr iresure there is no more deserve iff mania the Republican rauks Jtp4 or a more popular mart fn b countyV K VfWe L avisit cJaturday eve tBis pictures que little village sitHatcil tsnjte left bank tBeech fork in a beaUti Tul glen Burfounded by romantic I hills while cfn the streets w it cfeV veda polite bow f rom Mr ttHtIluston your popular correBponderiv from that place we also caffed en Dr Shehaii and had quite alder ary clint Quite a nuajberof poQplef m her antiipate attending th ddi cation at LveRrdce next SUfftlri i iv lGi iCOSUTIONCM1 t i BBCUREDV lA blooum M C the Greet Clicini and Scientist will send Free to tfaiJCiN fiioted Three Bottles of His Newly Din covered Eomodles to Cure Oonsnraptlon and All Lung Troubles V te f Nothing could be morn fairer more pailIanthropic or carry more Joy to the aCilctwL than the offer of CA 81ocuinrM Ci pr New Yorir City i vv Oonfldent that he has discovered arclK C able cnroforconsuunptton and all broncWal aand weainess loss Of flesh anti alt conditst Sici wastiug and fo make Jtsgi91tL merits kbpwn he will send free threebot j t tics to any reader el the NSWBLEJLDEJ l 1 who may bo suffering t Already tblsnow sclent Ific curaa pf f medicine has perunncoth I cured thous ends of apparently hopeless cases tThe loctorconsblors his rdigiousdutir tij idut vvhlph ho owes tj humanftytu j tdonate his Infallible cure l 4IS Hehaaprovedtbo drea led consumption Tcto bo a curable dtRcnso beyond any doubt roJ t J1abOrator1from benefltt d ed maE rart l or thQvorld Tetdely until ItIs tao late Gonsutop tion uula saa ted means spcedyanjcr tain death Addsa TAvSlocuroiJt C r o Pine Street1 New iirzi4jzrnn lyttho Doctor give express Tyid postqffljj aldress nnd please mention rea 4ingJh1sj j t nrifcfein TUB NEWSLEADEN fr iM 1 o drr T Li Scoff l i Emulsion tVS i 1tofpbitcs cia W takM a jfir j r a La wIa Ukt tht j- tRs4thwo it ikTpoptoipiut tkti la it ail i f j- t dfst1oit ind at thcla1JGJi teat lup the system V fI3 For sickly delicate ildren3ritV for those whose lungs arc affects It is a misialat to Ieay it off int o BtMnmerindritEs The doss oiayfc j 1 i it rcdtfccairnccessatyt We tCCO macnii the atnaflr Jr i csjeciaUy forsuiiicr uzjtndfor d1itG Where m1Li quaid t 2 rtlif 41 t dtarf i ittii fft Jt JIl 4 fji f iLSV t WWr 1J I Iio J fJ tbt I io THE NEWS LADiR i tii i TaE NEWSLEADER cEL DAVISON JR fTTHuRSDAyIAX 27 1897 I OUNdiIj FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE 1sonWe are AuIborfcd to announce Charles i Patteson of Taylor county a candidate VS foc Circuit Jridsopf the Eleventh Judicial District composed otBarton Washington i Taylor and Orefin coantles subject to the Sctfon of the DezuocratlU JartyBovember J fnJ897 J J lisle clnaVlnfr received Dud acrepted the nomination from the Eopnbllcan party f this Circuit Court Judicial District Jrfpr the office of Circuit Court JjudRO yt3urznpport18 respectfully solicited W J LISLE1 r JFOO eHlJOU SUPERINTENDENT Peter aWonxot authorized J to announco Or teeaMi Peter as nrandldalo for County i schoblsi forSuperintendent pI Public TyishfiigjCon county subjet to tho ac 4sJouiftn9Democratic prty t Saunders Jre arjft authorized to announce TuIac ff it baundere us a candldato lor the offiod fironnty iSupei iptendent of Common ii6ois of Washington county subject tothosuppbrt6r thn voters of the county OSidlthe cudoraezneptQf all political par 5tiea 7 FOR COUNTY JUDGED Horgari We are authorized to announce W Morgan as a candidate for County Judge vof Washington TConrity subject to the 4 tacironbf the Republican party FOR HEPEESENTATrVE L J HaysVWe are anlliprizedto announce James pilHaysaa candidate for Rflpr ssenta i jtivp for Washintitori County In the Lows 2 or House of the Kentucky Legislature subject to the action ot the Reijnblican party KeelingiV v t VVeure authorised to announce W LV t tinllgas a tudidato for Repreenta vXVUye for Washington County In the Low- vvor Housapf quo Kentucky Legislature subject to the action of the Republican l rty IN the prop place this issue willbe found a card from Major r rWJ Lisle who has Taeenjiomi tnated by the Repabiicats of this Juaicial district for the office of Circuit Jude and he respectfxil Jy asks the sUPPQrt of the voters inNovember next Thereis per haps no man in the district who ji stands in higheri regard with his friends and acquaintances than f does Major Lisle He iis regarded as a fine lawyer and a gentleman 5oFgreat integrity and force pi character and is well fitted for the responsible position which 1he aspires Major WJ Lisle was born in4 VGreen county Ky in 1837 whIch county ills father was Sbornana lived all his life and I was for many years A prominent j lawyer Major Lisle was educat dinthe Greensburg Analytic Academy sad graduated in the i TTniyersity of Louisville in 1859 4thatjyBarihe settled in Leb9- niut practice 41 1awjcMrion- cOnti5tZas county attorney and during the civil war WbS Adjutant 10 Ky Inf Brigade Adjutant General andJ V promotdto rankciOaptain in bfi regiment following the close- of the war he was county Clerk-l of Marion coanty three years and has JcontitfueJ tfie practice x rtUf Iwrnp to tbiQ present In 1892- rIf hew admitted aV member oi Jlthe bar pf the Supreme Opurt of the Ucited Sti1f85 SSWs calr tttin qlthsweek to the announcement QlWm L Keeliigwhu Vsr a candidate for- thOpnsitIn of Representati- veS Washington county subject to the action 6t the KepxibHcan conntyconventioia to be held at Wiilisbur Sept lithr Mr- Keeling is well know to the vot basLlLvul oThis life fie has been a teacher in the county for the Spast ten years andlsagan of bright attanmentS and tipw ditq ideas Het lcr r T5 T5ii itny pubho office but isamptv qualified for the position to which he now aspires should the people see fit to O1eh1m THE cqntast for the Fifth District Coildotorship is still unde cided Spnator Debo is insisting on the appcitontVolvXSapp the A Paid Congressman Evans has endorsed Charles D IGates a Lpuiayillei business man The appointment of Sapp This thought wouldJbe a blow to the party interests of the State4end there would be small chance for any patronage reaching the country districts though with aapp as Gollccfor TURNPIKE raiders werecheck ed in their rIThdVcareer over about Qwingsyille last Friday when they ran into a sheriff posse at a toll gate and received a volleyI fIlead Dayjd Johnsoii the leader of the gang was severely wbunded and captured whilV several others who were thought to have been shot escaped A few moro suchroc4ibs by pfficers would pu a stop t some tft rlof the high handed escapades pfi this class of marauders j Eye waters or salves containing ngar of Icjad are dangerous Sometimcs soro oyesux cured vith them load poison does not alyvaysVfeault Thoiisands of persons haco Jost their eyes as a result such preparations Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve contains ho lead and cannot injure the oyOof a babe REPORT OF THE CONDITION 0FTlIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AtiSprinsflold Intbctato of JCy al the close of btisiuessVMay141807r 0 NOlTOT maotre Loans and Disc unts 1655C24l Overdrafts secured and unsecured 62313 USS Bonds to secure circulation 3760000 Stocta se Uesotcu 1031000 Banlriny House Furniture Fix 7QOO00DuefioDlNaUonatBanks serve Agents j 74383- liuo from Btatp Banks Bankers 83706 Duo fromapproved reserve agents 700409 Nolesof tner National Banks 205 00 Fractional papercurrency nickelsVand cents 2245 LAwrcx liiSEur ix viz SpeciejrilOftl2 50 Legaltender notes 4400 00 1531250 Redemption fond with U Slreasin- rerCipercehtbfchxnhitlon 108750 Total iS34W798 VV JaIjI=8V10000000SurplnsFund2000005Undividedprotits 642L49NationalS3750poDue127541Duoto1828i3Individual 1528287TimeNotez And bills rediscounted 500- 000Tot424834798 STATE KESTCCKT opTVAfiriI- KOTOX ss I A p McElroy Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the myknoVledgoA C JlcELROY Cashier Bubscribedand sworn to before me this 25th dayof May 1897 N P W Go Ky conuscTAttstVA CUNNINGHAM iDlrectorsF N IG Protn OurpeioondOnL Jos A Thoinpson and family of FerScas Ky were visitors itt our village on Sunday Misses Llzzje and Rose Adams with Miss Ethel Rogers of the Penwick common srhoolVentered the county examination for Teachers Certificates held at Springfield on Friday and Satur day Some of our young people attended the presentation of the now famous play Esmeralda at Springfield aDaas a cpnse authe1talkThe local meeting of the Sanctified members of the M E Church held each Thursday night at tho public school building Jbas all increased ab ten isbeiogQJat Christianity May devotions are being held at CatljQlioChurch m the village under tho auspices of the Revs W Eqrd and the young peo pie are attending ihe receht raid has revived farming interests andma y men who had npt finished breaking corn ground are noV very bu yr and the generall atand of corn throughout tile commnnUyV1 i vercodLhc e cats will be tiri rtrrl 3gmmoaly grea j this season on account of lailure in grass sets last year anji if the chinch bug pest is abated the harvest bids fair to be hVaVyV Tho lamps of cOoamuntty is to be deHverjd for June at5 en and July delivery at 4VCentssi There seen to be little consola tion foricaiamity howlers in the price of lambs and cattle so far the markets compare with for mer years Thg political ppt has been stirred and is becoming warm but so far this neck of thp woods has no candidate for any one of the county Dffices The formation of a new voting place pliher than Spriaglleld or MackVille sa ms to arouse much opposition and the voters bitterly oppo5seany sucn changeS It is a fortunate day for a man when ho flnft discoycrai the value of Ayerg SarsapavilJa as a blood purifier Vith this modiqino ho knos be has found a remedy upon which he mayVraiy and that his life long malady sat last con quoted Has cured others will cure you Pnlmonary consumption In its early stages mays hocked by the use of Ayers Cherry PeetoraiItl stops tho dis tressing coughfsoothes irritation of tho thrdat and lungs and induces much needed roposbJ Hundreds have testified to the remarkable virtues of this prop aration Olil People Old people who roqOirernoilcIuo to regulate the bowels and kidneys will tindtho true remedy in Electric Bitters This medicine does not stimulate and contains up whiskey nor other intoxi cant but acts as u tonic and alteratUe It acts mildly on the stomach Cud bow els eddihg strength and guying tone to theorgaus thereby aiding nature In tho p rf9rman of the functions Electric bitters is an oscellent appetizer and aids digestion Old People find it just exactly what thoy waqf Price und per bottle at Ha don tt Rob r son Drug gists Xha Corn Crop Aa good nnthority as Waldo P Drown of Ohio favors husking ornvith the excellent machines that era now used for tho purpose and which cut nnd shred ttho fodder ct the same time In a letter to Prairie Parmerhe writes 1 met scores of farmera at tile insti tutes 1ho past svintnr who jjad handled iiieir corn rind fcddir in this way end vfaile they badin low cases been troubled with the shredded foddnr Lent ing I think we shall learn to manage it eaaa to avoid trouble and loss Thrash lug tho compute tho fodder in oscelleht shape but shelled corn is troablesoine thrnbingaries with good ventilation so that the air will circnjata throuRh and I think it can be arranged or clsd wo must kiln dry the corn In sOme voy tho question will be solved practically for there i n growing appreCiation of the value of corn odder and tho benefit of ehreddinj it end the manufacturers of husking and shreddhig machinery are experimenting and will doubtless find out a safe way to manago thofodderV Sorghum For reed Country Gcytlcmim gives this Infor mation concerning the cutting of sor ghum for feed It should bo nearlyripeV as it will make richer food and cure bet ter It will head out and make a little seed and this should bo ripe enough t6 grow before tho crop is cut A light frost will help to cure it and will not Injurej it at all When it stands npAvcll bOUDdlinshocked until tho butts have drjcjltnit well as there isdongor oJjtS SaurJng if tho fresh cut bnndle ero set on damp eivtb If cittct1iomowingxnaohine- csjoLLJu would hay and draw it brae It may bo left out in tho swath until well cured and it is littloinjured by rain as it is coarse and tho water runs through it and it soon dries Out before frost if ripe enough The great hit made by Under the Polar Star ha3 caused scores of arctic melodramas tobe unearthed from musty receptacles Atkins Lawrence and Ge6rgeW son have been engaged for principal parts in James A Herues Shore Acres company ITwo sons of Bartloy Campbell are producing their dead fathers old plays and rumor has it that they are making mpuey with themVEdmund Collier will play Mark An tony in a production of Cleopatra which Messrs Fitzpatrick and Ober will send on the road Duko Jaxone a member of Do Wolf Hoppers company was recently rescued trout n watery grave by n daughter of Merry tho great scenic arthtV Lewis Morrison produccd Frederick Brytons new play The Indian II in Halifax Judging from prose com incuts the play scored n success Mr Morrison appeared in a dual role twin Indian brothers Beware the VKlljie Mr Lincoln Nelson ofMarshficldMoM writes For six years I have been a sufferer from scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck and all efforts of physicians in Washington DCSpringfield IlL and St Louis failed to reduce the enlargement After sis months cousfant treatment here my physician urged me to submit to a rc inoval of the gland At this critical mOo ment a friend recommended SSS prejudicegan its use Before I had used one hot tle the enlargement began to disappear and now it isentirely gone though Iam not through with my second bottle yet Had I only used yout SStS long ago I would have escaped years of misery and saved over Ilo- Thistxpcrieuce is like that of all who suffer with deepseated Blood troubles The doctors can do no good and eves their resorts to the knife prove either fruitlese or fatal5o5S is the only real blood remedy it gets at the root of the disease and forces it out perma nentlySSS guarantied furely vegetable A Real Blood Remedy troublesritScrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumatism etc which other socalled blood reme dies fail to touch SSS gets at the Vrootmanently Valuable books will he sent free to any address by the Svift SSpecific Co At lanta Ga t A Warm FriemV- Foloys Colic Cure Is ery hot but wljeii diluted It is a warm friend indeed to those suffering from bowel complaints Itniover Jfaibs 25 and i0c For sale by Ilaydon U1ortso1V TAXPAYERS ATTENTION All persons owin state and county taxes to me us Sheriff are hereby notiOed that they pos itively must settle same at once or have their propertyadvertised and sold This is the llast notice JOHNT CAYCROFIY VSheriffW C EvcPvboOjr Says 50 Cn oarets Ca 3v Catlirttc the most won tienleasantuud jvosiurcly on kidneys liver iwO bowels cleansing tho entire srstom dispel colds euro licuilnqlic fcrcr linlllunl constipation and biliousness Ploaso buy and try n box Ot C C C Uvdny 0 23 tcnta tattld an giiamntctdto curo by nil drnpglsts r yrI y dol Ow dVPay but one profit between maker and user and that a small Just one Our Big Page Catalogue and Buyers Guide proves that Its possible Weighs 2it pounds tIllustrations describes and taIls tlJeonoprolltpllcc otove articles every thing you use VToscndlt for 15cenfkj thats not for tho book but to pay part of the postage or exprcssajco and keep off IdTers Yen cant got ittoo quICk MONTGOMERY WARD CO The Store of All the People 111116 Michigan AveM Chicago Bucklcn Arnica Buivc The boat salve In tho world forCjitic Bruises Sores ulcors UleopkSaJtRhc urn FoVer sores Tottoj JPhlipped lianas Ocilblalnsuornsj nl nil skin eruptions anti positively cures Piles or no pay renv rtflt guaranteed to givo per Yet satisfaction or 5iV irj HMrd t Price 25 cents per box at Uaydou A Hob drtsonS Dru r Store It is tin Host On Earth Tbntis what Edwards d Parker mer chants of Plain Oasny ot Chamber jaiiis Pin hahn for rheumatism Jam back deep seated find ihusculur pal no Sold by t1n don d RobirtsonV Mr Will Sklllman hums Ky had sore eyes foi years He tried tuapy tors nnd remedies nnd nhvavs docf get relief until ho tiled Oltft I am cosmopolitan in my likes said the doctor because I have travoletIso much Therefore pardon mo when I say that I want my turkey stuffed with witb1Frenehis a little vripkct fence of the br wnI potato strips placed around the turkey 11 ned when ho in brought in ho leak JikoI n picture inn child 8 story book And cant the poor turkey get out of that fence naked my Jrttie granddaughter oncoExchpngc VSrne Dlnbcr ot Midday An eld fashioned TbauksgiviugKlo fZShjion1l10ynot bo listened tocn this ouet portion inriv veii there ore children to bo cot Fortfill PoultiyV- IfarcL IJlakMlnorcas bestecjfproducfnestraln in the world Eggs 8L50 yet 17 y POYKTER 1w Glasgow Ryj Eggs For Sale 7 bycockerelpenEpsbvpalrthat12MRSLOGANtacIt KJV EGGS FOR SALE IramtrnrgsfromDrn1nnasFe1thtmlnBlMek Langaban Kirky Smith 150 per 15 M US Y E McDANIEL Smiths Grove Jy Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The Intense itching anismarting inci deuttotheiedieases1sfnstant1yauaydby Skin Olntuicxit Many very 1 td cases have been permanently curtV by It It- liS equally efficient for itching piles and a fnvcnto remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites andchronic sore eyes 25 cts per boxV Dr Cadyta Condition Powders are just what a horse heeds when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They tire not food but medicine and the best in to put ft horse in prime condition Price 25 wjntaperpacknpe when Uatoytras sJd wo gave her CanonsV When she waS u CiIlJ sbcriedf or Castorla Wlfcn she became JIJss sho clung to Coatoria Vhca she hod Children sho gavotheiri Csstcfla TO CURE AfOID IN OXIi DAY Take laxative Brcmo Quinin Sublets Ul druggists refund tho money if it falls to euro 25c For eftlo by Lloydon Robertson and Watenut BrovCe Fob J6UJO T A NEW BOOK KNITTING AND CnOOIIISTING of 04 pnRPS ovcrSO original designs illustrated beautiful lace patterns shawls Unotls jacketsr etc has bcort published by The Ilomo 141 Milk St Boston Maps and willlxj sent with a subscndtioii to that paper The Home ia a 20napo monthly fillpci with original stones literary and do uiestic topics and fashions Its depart meiit of Fancy Work Is a special lecture new and original dosigdaeac1i issue The price of Iitbscrigtlpn isCpconln pep r and will incluilo ono of these books As a special Iriducflmoht ttrtrjal subscribers a copy of this book will bo given with 0 months subscription The prut tll book la 25 coils but a months sub scription and the book couitihied wi JIG Sent fur cents iTlieirannuai premium list for 18t 7 vill be sent free on applies tion V CASTO1AV For Infants and Children eh- o Icleurl1fO t ryerr ct vnn ANlEDFAITLIFULMENOR- V r VGMfl1 to triyel for upnn- sitile establIsbet- ltuely tiPulary 57SOVulpouises I sition iuniUciicfpronce Fticlr seist1dtcsed stamped envelope The ffi1onti Slur Insurance iildg ChiraKG Nov IjKt NEWS LEADER 00 a yearV U DISrU q- unzzWllFSI WTS- O EJ1 VERM fU6lE oF2oYEAaVVHas led all Worm Remodfei EVERY BOTTLE GDMUNTEtfl SOLD EVERYWHERE rnptrtd MtJ 1 TARtIERSOil D DBGREVE lfibll OTMTS A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for lId years natio BEST REMEDYfor PILES SOLD IfT ALL nUOQl8T3 lrrm1 3I3A5OIT un 85 tom KIDNEY DISEASES tilo mol Wal of nIl dls oases Foleys Kidney Cure n Ktinratr Ucd remedy or monayio aided For Hale by Ifnydon Koliertsor VV NSVtKHRRII CK DEALER IN l JGG TOPS WHES- CUSHIONS SHAFTS STORM APRONS BWtSGrY WAf ON HARNESS SADDLESFAIMV WAG ONS MACHINERY vvV A FILL SQCK QP NGY AND STAPLEV GROCERIESC SAIDWAThI3 PIN WARE ff Sw i t j VVVVV it 7 iZ jz = ir i 1 3pRING1 t l 1QODS1t i L l l Ir t f f r ijt t i 28 ti rde arfncw rcccivnjcurSiringc G dsr Jing a great asscrirrent of t ZPj a DRESSGtds PERCALE ialEGc rs fiDRl SSTRIMaiJlsGfC CRlPiS luDUCKS GINGHAM DThTT1ESS i y EMBROIDERIES IAS Etc CO SETS GLOVES ADUOSiEi1Y 4tl SS se6EITsfndNegligeShiitCaFancyIIIliciddingt f ii v S CLOTHING Ii i r jWnre 1wJrcpiving nmq elegant 1Ine of Mr loywand r Childreri clothingl lB better styJes and lower Jirices tthan we hvershown beforef lie sure you Bpe our linobcftire ytfu buyxiBcwLcrlB te i jj SHOES tft 0y i L Dont fail tofiee pur line of Hclimcr Bctiniij np tCoBfinifBhQCB and brew Sellbyl Cof s women and pjiildVens fine slioes fherearotj1j no4ncaLin tie market superior lo these iiyfi styl and wear CARPETS C Etc 3 55I- Vn j t L t J QwfI1 fU t l i H T j7j 4Mattini 1 rinaUtpiNesf r J T WALL FAP1R 4 h fi f 1 v iJrop hvaii3 see our stockof 8000 rolla Wall Paper in nil theliieTr tfcomKinntioris We invite your especial attention to the cwrich color Ffer ings in rOil green bluoajulpurplts with bordergmnud coilingVtomatch VtTv7 v J 0V y c f j r i fWe thank you far past patronaeand Jmost car ldialjy solicit a good shared youciiatftimfBeJfi JEai jg if- 2 5 p iCUNNiNGHAM 8tQrJN I F i- V JJJJ 1URTq i t DB i A1 tTONi v 2 f c T rp t h 2 ji fj J7UIflTONC Y i l i BBJf IIAYDOX sO ApA r 1 tisi UPdehakerand Directors L H I rIOF S t 1trtCASKETS J BmI4LV RUBES r ALtIII F KINDS R I EBL EQUIPPED Calls answered promptlyt day lpght TI services of nEXEERJEN DEMYAn fgR a graauato ja uens 1f of ecatalming = = =A fin 1 r fJtM BURTON a CoA- CAN BLOCK SPRINGFIEL f Lookout rSp ctacle Peddlgrs EY lassOS aniDBctacl t Accurately Fitted and Guaranteed tSatisfactory Work J 1 TWENTY YEARS EJP2i WENC j FINES SPiCKS IN 0 IDSi k ORs J GOLD FROM F 150 TO 4JSO PER PAIR 1 ED M RUSSELLVVV eojj4 JDSOME 1LLUSTBATEP CATALOGUE OF E EflYllT Ji 33rdYear LOUISVILLE KENIUCKY jcbnLzna Jitftns4Lea oadwInu toZecnu X 600K4EEyJHG1tIIUffllDJW 1E1EWWtIY rENfm 1QrduatcC Zttcrcies WUJtfQIIfC Viy Low J 1 p w W cyb T k I IPIi T IT I 1 1 THE NEWS EADERH 7t 1 TIIHEWS4EADER r p rITLED EYUYTII1mSDAY XOBNflG- f TJ Y SPRINGFiELD i K- Yp J = r 1 lc SIOOPRRYUAI1PAIDDAPVAMO tDr F RWILDER DENTIST j iut Qjeritfois Penorme i lTEETH EXTRACTED JTUOUT PA1TM f f IifSprlngfield every first Thurs day r and Friday eachlnonth j T OFFICE QVM PojBtpfnea f M In office No 618Klourth LQUlaylllb Ky AVJj i WFNEIKIRK ATTORNEYATLAWiic WlR RiNEIiRTH y 07OFFICEHOURS 2ctO2p m EVERY PAY SPLUt NGFiEtD KY ifiii1jJInURTONj J IeiESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED ITHOUT PAIN 1 f IOinc2Uari Bloc oror MansfipW RoistOrO SPRINGFIELD KY Criii illBrldgj fort I Specialty r i DR J H LAMPTON i OFFICE OVEN CiRCUiT cbnss 6p FIC REMOVAL I have removed my place of busitess from Maia street to part pZ the new building on Wull fiftreeit next to Vhe Berry Hotel T will keep nothing but the BEST t and PUREST liquors and ask a share pf your patronage Respectfully y JOHN F GREENE T p JR HARMON THE LIVERYMAN Firstclass livery outfits New buggies add fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys lot the use of excursion par esorj drummers The most convenient hitchpg and feeding place in tDyfti MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD Ky r CagcrctgtiOeS5c If G XCffnll drppclstsrcfiintfinouer f WantadAnldea Wboontk1ak- k otsom1nipa Prntect Yor nrtiur brincyot weaUU JOHN WEDDEXDWN PMeiit e eyL WMhlnitLm cfor 1118 pzIO otr4rJbnurec1InTentJonand un ot two FrOUlCnACKACnl OrOU reilfl out 1n uOtbhJi JtKttWJfH it is rk1lffiTT1fnR ttwJll cure yoo nd clre a goad Appetite hrtll deafen la nrartlchMV t The Westfidld IndJ Uejva prihfa tile fbllowlngiin regard to an old resident of that placet Frank McATOvj for many I years In the employ of the LNA C Tlyhere pays 1 have used Cbambflr jalna Cplfc Qhojesa afld Diarrhoea Rem edo Jor ten years or loUgeram never vrltboul it jn tintfamily tconsider it thu btdoitho kind man fac tnnxt 1 takfl plfAy ro in recommending jJfl JtJis a specf 1flc torah bowoU dltorj dors For saI bY JEIaydun Rnbertaon BoalTobaeco Spit andSmoke Your Hfe An r To 4nU totaccc cosily end forever be mag nctic Inll of lieMTd ruhlaor bkeN T- oJoDU tboTroaierrWorUer tliatmaUca xrcalc men 1strouo AU druggists txo or Curepuanin tced Booklet and eompla free Address Sterling KemedyCo ChlcasoTJr Nor Yorlc Arsopic the poison inpst chill touica Contain Dr Bells Peppermint Thill Tonic dees not contain arsenic or any her poison It makes bone and flesh for children ItVafeschJl Is so thtfyatav cured MMJ j1I 1 JGJfjj i eI J II you watt to buy goods Cheap for CASH come and see us We have a lull line of Hardware Ti1 val Stoves etc that we r JcrVVf are offering at Very Low prices v v v 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 baQY eWare agents lor Old Hickory Wagons and Brown Cultivators r The way to find out if our pric 8are right is to tly us Our line V6f Table ami Pocket Cutlery is complete If you buy our warranted Razors and Scissors and they are not satisfactory bring them back and get your money Come and see our ONE WUTE Ice Cream Freezers i This is no joke It will freeze cream in One Minute c MCELROY SHULTZ l V8 Wi3it All our students will hav6 ifib opportunity of atttuilin THE EEiNTTJGKY STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Which m Jtsia Bowing Green Juae2980and July 11897 If you want a better education prepare yourself for tcaclilnfr got a belter certificate or tp take a thorpugft QounsE it will payjou to write us Special Emphasis put on STATE TEicn You can outer now and find cldssn to suit Mention couVse wanted FSTWritonow CHERRY liltOS Southern Normal School imd Bowling Green Husjitcss XJlles howling Greed Ky KBOUT TOWN CoRNfpr sale by C C McGill FOR SALE cheaip agood par lor organ Apply to Mrs Ben Young THE NewsLeader and the weekly Louisville Despatch both for 165 ir TH celebrated Blue flame oil stove iovr sale at McElroy Shultz It cant be beat DR Ed Wi derdmitistwill be in Willisbur on June 14th and 15th and at Mackyiile on Juno 16tli and 17th TIlE Springfield Histrionic Club play Esmeralda in the OperaRouse at Lebanon tonight A big house is expected to meet the performance JOHN F Green has moved his saloon from his former stand to the room on Wall street in part ot the new W K Robertson building THE ball games between Sptingfield and Centre College tomorrow andSaturday will be interesting and a good crowd will no doubt beon land REV S W Peoples requests iis to announce thap the Rev J E Wrighff of Harrodsburg will preach at Mackville on next Sunday at 11 a m and that all otthe congregation are expected to come and bring Mends 1 THE following changes we note in quotations of the Kentucky Poultry Advertisement which were overlooked in mak ing Up the first side of the paper Hens are quoted itt 5 cents per g09blers412hickens 10 cents per pound THE Washington County Tele phone Company has begun the construction of its new line to Lebanon via Simms A branch line will also probably be run to East Texas The new lino will be of great convenience both to the people of this place and the residents of the Simms and Texas neighborhood MEMQRIAL Day will be cele brated on next Monday at Rock bridge church in the northern pat of this county The Hays Pojst G A R has iiivited Major Lisle to deliver an address on that Occasion and he has accep ted the invitation A big crowd will be on hand and the celobra jtion will be a very elaborate one tt i1if AN excursion party is being organized in Lebanon which 1d several Springfield people are talking of joining for a trip to San Francisco and other points west A special car will be started from Lebanon tom ke the entire trip and tickets will be sold for 5400 good from June 22nd to August 15th Opportunity is offered for a grand sight seeing trip across our con tinent at a very low cost A FAIR sized crowd came to town on County Court day but r only a small amount of business was transacted The offerings of stock on the streets were unus ally light Col 1 E Whayne tSe auctioneer xeports the follow ing sales two jersey calves 101 one jersey milk cow 1825 one cow and calf 1525 one sow a1iIJ pigs 800 sow and three pigs 485iive shoats 800 one horse S2150 withdrawn j Tip Couitof appeals reversed the decision ofthe lower court in the casa of John Sid and Prank Polinthenogroboys who were sentenced to the peniten tiary from the Washington cir cult court at its last term for housebyeaking and they will be given new trial The prisoners had already bqen taken to the nitentiary and Sheriff Cray croft lc there yesterday for Frankfort to bring them back W 0 Reed and Fred P Caldwell managed the case and the Court of Appeals decision is quite a victory for these rising young attorneys THE regular May term of the Vyaslungtbn Circuit Court opened Monday Judge Patteson pre siding and with a very goodj sized docket to be diSpose lorJ The following citizens makeup the Grand Jury WV B Rudd foreman Marion Sweeney P Lyiildaii John O Poliu John AI Burnett James M Anderson R J Rich Smith F pJ Sansbury R W Wathen Sidney Perkins and G M Walker A criminal case which exciteda good deal of interest was that of the Commonwealth against George Grumes charged VitI1 stealing a mule It seems that Crumes who by the way is con nected by marriage with some of the best families in the county took up a stray mule belonging to Mrl Wat OBrien and took i- ioverto Lebanon and sold it ThevdQfense pleaded a breach ofI teust that OBrien had author ized Grumes tp take up the mule nx PAYSF OR- LJfBOARD AND TUITION EverythIng tUrn ishcd for the Spec ial Summer Term of 8 weeks which begins JuneS 18P7 tho you Proprs Davis if he should find it The jury failed to agree QJ a verdict There were SQvqral other cases of minor importance tried and isposedof A BLOODY fight occurred Saturday afternoon near Fairfiold Nelson county There were four parties engaged in the fight namely T JV and Glaude Lutes and Will and George Adams The only witness to the bloody battlq was Dea Merrifield who was in company with the Adams boys but took no part whatever in the melee There were but two weapons in the crowdae- volver and a knifeyet as a result of the work of these twoc weapons Jeff Lutes was shot in he bowels and received numer us cuts in tile face neck and body Claude Lutes was cut in the neck and Will Adams wasI I shot in the bUck and George ms received a bullet in the side Claude Lutes wound while not serious is very pain ful and he will be laid up for some time Jolt Lutes is the- most seriously injured and the chances for his recovery are very much against him Will Adams is not confined to his bedJ and the chances are that he will recover but George Adams Has since died The trouble was the outcome of an old feudrrhc parties met on the road and a general fight ensued with the above result inrTHE CHURCHES Thh cplumn wilt be devoted to the religious ami ciitirchjntorcsts of our town niul eornnmnlcatljns and iiuiinuoineiitH front tho pastors of the Prcsqytorian Baptist Methodist and Catholic Ohurchna urn solicited The Ladies Cottage Prayer Meeting will meet at the home of Mrs E L D3visQlinoxtMon day at 4 oclock Any quotation of scripture may bo used regard less of word text There will bo no services at the Presbyterian churcli Sunday morning or evening the pastor desiring to give his congrega tion an opportunity to attend the installation service at the Baptist churcli Ciiildfens Day will be calc brated by the Presbyterian Sun dayschool on tne first Sunday in June Special music isbeing- preparedby occasion The hSCh ODliortbitt1 quested to meatat the church Friday afternoon ut4 oclock practice sipngs title for toI occasion v iXi E + Rev iiavsQn of thor- Presbv t rian churph made the announcement to the congregatioi on last Sunday morning that al Outstanding debts and account against tho church liad beau paid and that the church was free from debt except an amount dvie the former pastor A meeting of the members of the con gregation was heid after ser- viCes and in a short time that amount was made up and the members will bo gratified to know that the church is in a good condition financially as well as spiritually PJBRSOISLKt WiW Mayea has returned from an extended trip South TH6 Missea Kimberlin left Tees day for Nashvlllo to attend tho ox posHlon ot Major Lisle Republican nominee for Circuit Judge paid this office n call Tuesday Mrsfiallie Hamilton formerly of this county but who now lives in Louisville is visiting in this vicinity Mr and Mrs S B Berry and daughter who hav been visitingrol ativcs here have returned to thoir homo at Denver Col Capt James P Hays who is a candidate for the Republican iromir nation for the Legislature 1was shak ing hands with his friends on our etneota Monday TT Harmon paid the HEWS LEADER office a call yesterday He reports the presence pf the much dreSaded chinch brig in the Fenwick neighborhood which promises de struction to the wheat Hon W H Morgan our countys Representotiveih tHeLegislaturewas in town Oounty Court day shaking hands with his many friends Mr Morgan is a candidate for the Rcpt lican nomination for County Judge and will make a strong fight for that omcoas he is popular with all A party of young people left Toes day afternopn for Sigh Bridge They will make the tripju buggies through the country via Harrodsburg The following composed tho party C 0 AlcQill and Miss Mattio Robertson B D Lake and Miss Flora Mudd Jim Olements and Miss Mattie McIIvoy MraW R Thurman and Mrs Bert Robertson wore chaperones and the party is expected homotonight There was a reunion of the Hays and MeMaicin families on May 20th at the beautiful country home of Mrs Mary Mcilakin Hays These Scotch Irlsffpeoplo are very clannish and it was a goodly number that responded to the invitation of tho hosteaa true and nojile woman beloved alike by kinspeoplo ndfghbontand friends The dinner was most bountiful and consisted of all the delicacies of the season served in an uptodate man nor The day was jo pleasant that all were 10th to bidoach other adieu Tho guests were Dt Litsoy and wife Springfield Will Hays and fam ilyMr and Mrs TUbs S Briggs Mr and Mrs W B MoMakin Mr and Mrs Thos L5 Grundy Bioomfleld Mr und Mrs Charles Miller Ooxs Creek Mr and Mrs Alex McMakin Mr and Sirs Hark hays Mr and Mrs Den McMakin Bloomflelti Hon James B Hays Maple Hill j Mr and Mrs S 0 McMakfn Mr and Mrs Peyton R MoJfakin Nelson County j John Briggfl and family Andrew Briggs and children P L McMakin Nelsn County j Mr and Mrs B B Leachman Mrs W R Thurraon Springfield Mr and Mrs Charles Leo Grundy Valley Hill Mr and Mrs Alex Briggst Bardstown Misses Nellio Lancaster Litsey Julia Hiys Katie B LJtsoy Mattio Hays Mary Logan Neala and Milton G and Me Makin Loacbman also David Randall Hays and David Hays Litsoy grand- Sons and namesakes of the late la mented Judge David R Hays O q IUM cueatlomowiw OutpflIfl3Ookopar end VhMcey Hnblfci i tAt cua Offlco lOi N Pryor Ot jDR BARRY M BARn OPTICIAN Cincinnati Ohio Will be in Springfield on his next regular visit on June BOth to remain four days Alt parsons wKshingto consult him about having eyeglasses fittPd should remember tthe date and that he carfba found at the slofficosl Eyes tested Free of Charge and Satisfaction G aranteedI flneihs Ptppernihnt thhhI T nle pro Bontaii Iwpiy oombJnation of sfinplo and Imrmloss vorfctahlo romodlos The first doso warms thu htood and prol1ot s Us circulation You foclbottijr as on nIJjoii tako It It Is diiroront from any other It cures the CbUts so tljoj Btuy4 cured IIndl loaves your Btpmach H vtirand diji sttve orgitns In a health fnliwnUitit ro Cure Ciiiiitlpailoni forever Tkiiocs jwdVLitiiirt2 iOcr cII G C i toczreCrdthtsr1nCmunuy 9Vi j 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iiovcrtlicios turchl18ontI thorongbly and In an hours time was able to eg to Bcep ito now applies whenever she feels 4ti apbo or n pulu r Itttj flndslthat it nlivtjyHgives relief Boasvlbftpno medicine which she hrs over juedevcr did her ns much good The 25 apjpo eut lZcs for Iinlel1 lay on t- t1L j J rtou NoToflae for Fifty Ccnt- QcaninWMil loimccpiablf euro matcs rcak eaiwons pure ire fI AUUifcrl ts rr r aw rr SEEP THAT TH i FAOSI MILE r SIGNATURE OF 18 ON THE WRAPPER OPB- VBOTLE OFC- aateIa CASI lRIA sptupiJI11 tlotU6SW1 It tsnot clcUn bulk Dont lqJ anycu to you ahIog else cii the plea C proio tbat iit Cljunas gooatmc1VilIIW1rU evory par ceeo i13t7c get CA4TOPIA- rofseidlI a c- dr tre JTor- cf Po Sr 1tLdu i MAC VILLE FrO Our Regular Oorresponilent Farmers were delighted to seethe reireshing showers on last Sunday niany have sec out tobacco plants and say they arp looking eH j Rev E JtBke of Wilmore predched to a large audi non at the Mcthoditit church an last Sunday niglit Alias Cartriex Bnckcn of Lexing ton is visiting her brathor Olaude at thlsplace Nrs ErnmaWycQff of LouisvillE and Mrs EinmqrBriggs of Shelby yule guests ol relatives here this vccjk Logan Brown Was elected post mosterat thisplacety secret ballot on last Saturday The present term expires July 1st Mrs J3ottip Jfetcr and Miss Theno visited frienHs at llarrpds1 burg this weekr Mrs Sue Sweeney and Misa Pearl Clark Will Arnold and Miss Jpta Trout all attendedchurci at Erfflt Texaj last Sunday Jt i f Alargt audience assembled to vicpessia1iw closing exercises of WashingfoBTnstitute oil last Mon day night An interesting pro gramme was well most pleasing rendcredmtheI able to give a full pt writing Quite a nuraVer of our citizens attended county court at ybir place lust Monday It isreprtedtbi some hail tell here on lust Sunday bight That seemed to lhave given us a copr breathorwmtet Miss Sallie Clerk will return from Burnsirles this week where she has beerfcattending school for Iche past year One day last week while little Willie Cox TitS out playing he re iceiveil quite a painful wound by tjirustingan old rusty fork into one eye However he is getting along nicely MrsMationSweeney has been on the invalid listi for some time at her home near this place Rev JB Wright pastor of the Mothodist church at Han odibnrgh will preach heron next Sunday at 11 a in HeisSne of the most noted ministers of tile Ky Confers etJ cc TP Anchors JVatcrt On one of his visits to ba vlllopo homo Admiral Gainsborough attend Tholessonwasl JohnIrs11l8torn dIasleop The cpngrerntJon was horror ndlDiralthhlkingI dips and gentlcmon I wng sonjewhnt Bomnolent whqri I heard the remark that onuscd my ejaculation but I desire tosay in self defense that any- cmmnndernft alilp should bo keel laaalcd for throwing three ariohor nstorn for in doIng that lo would pull Ihp cmloutofbisvcssolSnrFr- ancisQO Arti nut j J1 cOWJl rI ib 1lJo tyiicalcowboyaa bpa scon in BOWspapGr cuta and depicted by liumorists or sensational writers cannot now bo found in Arizona sam T F Engliea df TuOBonin wOuld scarcoly bo credited that the cowboys its a rule pro bettor odn catod than eastern young men of tile same ngor and yot it is true Most f the cowboys bf tddhynrq from two olassea They are either mon who hAve broken flown their health studying in universities or younger SOPS bf vzealtJiy English I know n lwybr who bad to resign ncoonntofmheftlthi consumptionand ranob but found what ho required was nstpntri4ing and no caro He gold his ranch and hired out nsD cowboy There are graduates of leading universities punching cat tip on the plains A few of nliQ bid time xollicking reckless men are oft but there is a larger proportipn of odliego bred men among obwboya fthan among any calling know of Washington Btqr uutciamoa Jnyson Xhey say Dr Brimstoco either killacrcurefl Bayson My butcher goes him one better Jnyson Hqws that WashingtonlTimca when n storm is coming on than at other feeasons Like many other mys tcries of uatnrD this curious circuin stance has nftver been explained Yt E i W WIiV ft WOMEN used fl to think fe mils diseases II could o n y be y treated after to pal examlria Xv tlpna by physl l j S clans Dread of ltreatmentlmodest women 1 silent about their qf suffering Themin troduciion of Wine of Cardul has now demonstrated that ninetenths of nil the cases of menstrual disorders do not require aphysiclans attention at all The simple pure WineWirdu taken in the pMvacy of a omans own homo Insures quick relief and speedy cure Women jeed not h tate now Wine of Cardutre quires no humiliating ezamina anydiseaseof female troubles disordered menses felting of the womb vhltes change of life It makes w men beauflfui by making them wells keeps them young by kedplng them healthy IOO at the drug store speelildirections DepartmentThsaQogzTenn W I HD Gary Hiss says use Wins of Cardul intensively In my practice and nd Itamostexccllont preparation for female troubles Do your eyes over smart burn or fool rongh SutlrerJanda Eiglo Eye Salvo viil banish tbAt fopliuj It will make yourvislon clear and distinct and will enable you to read without tiring Put up in 25tent tubes convenient and nice to use Two applications are worth ten times the priceIt Have You Kidifcy Trouble AfiOe trial bottle of Foleys Curb will prevent serious rc 1lJnoyI this faqil l disease For sale by ilayJoh A RobertsonIHow dcli ghtfnl they nro those people who dont understand n joke to whum the p9iut in an anecdote iid a delusion and a arcl Miss P is a clever women and an ex cellent teacher Bit the solid sciences aro more in her particular line thiu anything which savors of the article called fancy Some yearsngo one of the childrens magazines printed on anjnsing little jingle obpnt a young Judy at an archery party who became so alannrd at tbo promiscuoria flight of the arrows that in order to bo perfectly safe from harm sbo seated herself directly iu frdutof the target Somo days ego Mj P was reading aloud froni n bound volume of tho mng aziue to some of her yoauger pupils Sho read this jiuglo arid ecusbed over it till tears came Weil well tvelll said dear Mies P ilQT7 troo to life that ial Iknow hundroda of young people who are just fpolisii cuqugb to bring tbeir stools and iit don in that very spotPlmiladol phia Press Uo Ha a Haacon tiio really doesnt want to befa mom ThatH what be says Poyqqbeli6VQit Well yes J know him pretty wen nod I know its a mutter of oonsclcuco witn him I dont believeI quito follow you Why ho wouldnt like to feel that ho was ovQir indirectly reaponsibio for all the lies that nro euro to botold about a famous man after his death Chi cago Post nopcfal wasexprathlughe bad jjust employed Your predecessorr he sid Vltw upnndIfdLflicult task getting order out chaos choeifrillyIll sell hinin bill of goods if I have tel hang on to hini a week UctiOit 1fLSS tFrlI t 0 lJt c c if i OEITiNG aDvlIEveryetpcctantmoiherhaSl rull1 Stt ready for it r J thcoisnatelling what may ha pon- Natuio 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