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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s FV Tl vrV j fr It i jt f J 4 r t 1 I e r yJTHvEtJ7sNEWLEJ ADER Y ilfXi NwSeiiesV I IV SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 3 1897 N 1f7 H 1 POWDER I Absolutely Pure I Oclebratedforitsfneatleaveningstrenctb and healthfulness Assures tha fooa against alum and all forms of adulteration cons motto the cheaper brand ROYAL BAK 1 ING POWDER uQM NEW YORK Local or Business Notices 10 cents per I line fir the first Insertion anH 5 cents for each BnbeqnentTn ertton tolls on cimUJLntes and political matter 10 cants per Uns ilob Work Is done at low rates but Cash jaujt be paid on ddilr ry of coods Advertising rotivts mivda on liberal flrtns i Obltnarles and reimlntlbns of respect 8 per line tl aBris mn 3KisLrat s e 2o County pacers 600 jw DLntrJiVbflcos j 1000 CHURCH DIRECTORY BA PTISTfJHURCRI r G O Pugbi Fiwtor 8ervicesovery fr j3av at It am and 8 Pm Sunday lcbooj at 833j Prayqr Meeting bn Wed cesdftf night at 730 p m i METEODTSCBURCfl i 1t JtnV nF Atkinson pastor Services on KeTlrt and Third SnndnjF In each nthI ilanramVSptaV d PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHi Rev R E O Lawson1 torSei vices every Bnudaatilaman p m Pmyjr Meet up every Tbnrndiiy night j j CATHOLIC ClIURpH rlfpHennea pXitor Serv1ciovory Bcddayatajnd loodoclc a 8ervice 4 at SfvRose mohoot1 r PtL ORDERS rll aoyio LeInm Hl ngfield lodge No 50 mlDbS meet every third Monday SprinsfleVd Council No 52 meets Very fourth Mbuday v KNouTs oYHoxrtp Meets evo y second and fourth Monday in each monthICxion rs er rUE MecAuezeMeeth every first Wednesday of each monthj COUNTY DIRECTORY oJoulvdouRT Ii Crcult CourtJjeRlns priithe fourth lion t diy In PcbruaprJJay and Octb rtEfratterson Judge 4CB SWeeneyjCoiamonYTealth Attorney FM Campbell ClerV W Slnuni Itasvr Commissioner 1Tr OUAHTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is bdld on tho third Mon 4 day in January April July nod October I JackV Thmp3 Judgo COUNTY cOU TICointy Court meets on the fourth Mon ylu each month Jack W Thomson Judge WF Booker County Clerk I H Tfanrroan Courtv U m TIJ RSrn1thaIter 3 T raycrofL Sheriff WRTnnrman HBPovreU fDeputies Hasten fJames FMoorej cpunt urvoyor W D Saarp As5G br R JLNoe Ppul Campbolli county Twasprei 8PRINCIIIILD DIRBCTOP MICJP lc Jpdge AJrnccU1rshal WORescjCItyAtt rDr r JUSTICE COURT Joeticecoirts ara held m January April J ulr nod October 1 Personal FnEEI34pagoinedIca1 reference book any person afUlctcd with any pecl chroMloprdelJcnto dtcase mculinr to ttielr Bex Addreps tbo leading pbysi clans hnd mirceons of tho United States Dr Hathaway SCo 70 Doarlwrn street Cliica o WEEK EASILYFTFlYDOLLARSA in ovcrv lo cnlltyfor H nWJ Brynnirreat and only book The Piraftrliaftla Tho btellf 5Ver produced Agents nr tak ing as nfiitvy 08 200 orders t er we k IJa vraroof frhuilulputlmitailoiiK pond for outfit Rnd licRtn vriirk at cutne II CONKJ5Y CPMPAKY Piiblisliora 341 I IDgorborn Street CUlcagcv J s t In nfediolna tho l eat 1bnlyTjs good j iS0 joughTlidbe41v tIieiiuIioai ouil longest relief wlthput baying any oyU afterefTocW Dr Bells Pfippoiinlnt Chill Tonic Is inrttl 7t dos not rack your bones nrirt sockour nerves Take ft and son the results chills and malaria disappear an snow befow the sunshine of spring The after cffixsts nrE sound bonorlc1irclii1odocxr flesh and no snore chills r i ODDS MD ENDS OF GOSSIP GOOD ORDER There are 11 numerous reportsand stories afloat about the alleged actions of the tollgate raiders or regulators as they are called A great many of these reports are ex aggerated epecially those which are published in the news papers but quite a good many are all too true concerning the lawless acts of this modern clan of tfould be reformers A well known farmer from a tobacco growing section of this county was in town the other day and told a torv of an order or edict given out by the regulators in Lis neighborhood over which he seemed pleased Tue farmer says that there is in his section of9hftccotenants not of much aacctiunt tbaftifey start in every spring andjitteaapt to put in a large crop the acreage being always abotit tfwicea as r Wll11propsrlYsequence is a half yield of a very poor grade of tobacco So seems that ona night r itI the tobacco beds and patches some of these fellows were vjsiI ted and a certain number of the plants destroyed A warning order was left at eacb path in structing the owner to limit bis crop this season to five acres The order went on further toI add that if the tobacco man did faithIIfullyyield bl the weed that that same tobacco man wculd be hung beIfore the season is out farmer friend says that he hopes that the warning will have tile It ffvct of making some of thoI lazy ones get a move on tbew1 selves MAY MINDS EvideDtivj0 OFthe juries usually selected by the courts here are men of many minds and it is has gotiei lobe the the Ilfexception rather than rule in cases wlero there isI much question iuvotyca that aI verdict is reached by the jury onjjtoe first trial Tbero have heen several instances of this at tie present ot circuit court and even in small cases in the police or county court hung juries are quite mimerous This tendency in the average Washington coun ty juror to so often find elbven stubborn men differing from his IOpt IIcharacteristic but that it exists alnearlyaccount for it may be that toI able attorneys who practice the bir here exert their p rsua sive eloquence so that it has different effect on different mitds Q7APP The appointment fll Q Sapp as Collector should it be made would by thewav according to tie best nested poll ticians work an itjuiy to tbei K publican candidates in the coming election It need hardly be expected that Sapp being an A P A and a Louisville1 man too will not bother himself much about the faithful brother fromI ihe rural districts of Washington or any other district outside of the city of Louisville and a par ticular clan of political heelers The Republican workers say that they expect to try and elect rl Republican Judge m this district this fall as well as to carry the county and that they are afraid that the appointment of Sapp will cause some of the faithful to become dissatisfied with ways of their party and to growI lukewarm in their enthusiasm it aa J berlandCoabout right when it says It is perhaps inevitable and was from tbe start but some of the strongest and most deserving Repub licans in the State will be turned down men of ability and cbar acter of h very high order among these being Lion Charles Blandforrt and John W Lewis both of whom are gentlemen of the kind who wont like high waymen take a gun and hold up- those in power until a promise is gotten for what they want These are strong men and they will be stronger in 1899 than they are owt TViviNE HEALER A Devine U Healer in the person of a shabby genteel looking colored gentlemen struck the town re cently and has been visiting around among the colored folks and is said to have cured a number of diseases simply by the layingj on of hands and praying He is said to have rQleived a good colored sister who was suffering from a severe fit being all doubled UD as the story goes Biother Holly as ha Is called gave her almost instant relief by simply laying his bands 10n her and muttering a few mys iou words Tbe b aler claims be from Lexington and is Ito around from place to a quiet way relieving the suffering He does not ask for money for bis services Howto Find Out Fill a bottle or common water glass with urln and lot it stand twenty four hours n sullment or settling indicates a diseased condition of too kldtmys When urine kldnoyIorrr that tic kidneys and bladder are cut order 011 WHAT TO DO Them Is u tor in the knowledge 10 oCtlnIexpressed tut ur Kilmers he grcnt kidney rein Hly fulfills every wish n relieving pain ia tho back kknc tiladdcr ind every part of the Urtn fslinrI ages It corrects inability to hold 1jAnti sralaing pain in passing it or ndef ftcts fohowinc use of liquor wino or i ocr and overcomes that unpleasart nscessity f being compelled to tP many times during the night to innate The mUd nod PXtrKurdinarv effect SvanipKoot is noon realized It stands the higist for its won ierful cures of td most distressing crseo you ned a raodicine you should have tho best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and dnc dollar For a sample bottle and uutnphlet roth sent frco by mail mention NEWdiEAiSP nndsond your fall pus of flco address to Or Ivilmer Co Kin hamton N YaThb proprietors of tlll1Iper guarantee tho genuineness of this offer TilE EDITORS OUTING The arrangements of the Kentucky Press AdsocUtion meeting next month are about completed SAllediifor entertainmont at the various beIIseUled and go to Middlesborough over tthe Knoxville branch of the L and N railroad Middlesbor ough will give a public reception banquet ball and take the party to Pinnacle mountain Cumberland Gap and other points Or Saturday morning June 10 u special train on the Southern railway will carry the party to jKrjexville where local attractions are to be shown the visitors Kooxvillians Saturday iright the journey will be contiouedlo Chattanooga where after o nitrhiri rest on Lpokout moun- taIn the party will take in Chat tanooga and the many interest ing places about the city includ lug drivh to Cbicamauapark NaShVi1le1Chattanooga will take the elilors to Nash ville TLb Centennial City is making grfeat preparations for the coming of tjte brains and beauty of old Kentucky Not Mtdjlwayevery thing else will be taken in under the direction of Nashvilles Ken tucky Club All the editors are requested to send their dues in at once and avoid the ruth R E Morningstar of Bowling GrQen is tno secretary and he will give lull information Is this your paper t BASE BALL On Saturday mornlng last at St Rose Ball Park the hitherto unbeaten Centre College team went dpwn before the mignty Springfields bv the score of 4 to 3 Calvin and Overstreet were the opposing pitchers each in per fect form and backed by superb teams it was a great contest exciting from start til finsh The following was the line up of the two teams SPRrNqFIELnaolvinI Pi Smith Ci Lyons 1st b Hagan 2d bj Blmco 3d hj Heenan s s Reed Simms c f Noe r f CENTRE Overstreps p An derson c Dickerson 1st b Welsh 2d b Grinstead 3d bi Reynolds s s Baker f Star ling c f Hindman T fJScore 12346078 9T n B Springfield 0 0120910 04 5 3J Oentre1OOO0Q11q3e5Tbe in a defeat of the home team by the score of 13 to 9 The boys could easily have won this game also as they hit Hindman at willil but two gaines was too much i orI Colvin in one day early in theI game he found that his arm hadI lost its cunning the visitors scoring live runs ib the first inning Blinco pitched the last two innings and struck out four men lNOTES l fAnnant winners As Sockalexis said we are jjIStI as fast as any or era Ij The Centre tam say that weI are the best that have met this seasonWhats l the matter with Lyonsfj When it comes to catchers j Smith suits us Charlie Noo was a little out deplace in right field out when he stoppd to the pUte they were afraid to put em oytr Manager Starling said to Captf Colvin We aro willing to call it uvenIA nicer lot of gentlemen never came to town than tbe Centre College men Iil tiiMisscameldown asMascotte for the college boys Ii It lies boon discovered that uyc salves end waters fontitini r suuar or lead iIii JrtIj risk Iii usinir Rurh prpurjtioiiH To pIluvtruTlv aiulsptodily and poriiuinrnt ly Lire sore 10 grunulatoi lidor Istyoa villiout the jObsibilitv of III after etlectH tiso SiitherlandH Eagle Kyo SaitoiIj WASHINGTON INSTITUTE NOTES Exercises last week closed theJ 1ostiItutedeed been A most successful ouel The chapel wijs taxed to its utImost capacity long before sunset fond hundreds were turned away The Board of Curators hope ats some time in tho near future to build a chapel urge enough to accommodate all who aliund the enlellatnmentsIagt1u gpuI ial und honored leicberof mthjernattc and English 5 eek for his home Lexington Ky After spending awhile there with parents and friends he will again resume lois pro fessionul work fr which he isj specially gifted and to which he j is greatly devoted He leaves many friends who Wish mucb success m his work Mrs Funny ivIuMuilin wOn the medal for scholarship her gn eral average being the highest Miss Ell McMullin came sec ond and Mr Dee Sweeney third Mr O Stillson a merchant of Tarn plwi III writta AuRUHt 10 1891hFut cytf Kidnoy Cure is meeting withwon iloiful aiiLTCss It has cured aouipciwoa horo that pliysiciniid prono need incur able I myself urn ublj tq testify to its merits ily Inca today is u living pic turn of liealtli and Koloys Kidney Cure has maio it such hml Mitlbred twenty r yell veers with the disRise and today I feol ton years younger titan I did one your tlau J can olmftn sonle wonderful certitate 9 of Its mcdlral xfuaiities For sale by llnydDhiVUcliertscn r sss IIDOROTl DVls3ETURJADA 8 LoolsvmeIIII Favorably mentioned in prize story contest of the STABTBUTH 7FTER three years absence X in the South where I have been engaged teaching in a col lIege I am returning to my home North Having changed cars for the last time before reaching my destination I take a rear Seat and make myself comfortable for the half days ride that will reunite me with friends at home I lookaround me td discover among mv fel low travelers some familiar face but recognize none ats11OmOyed persons three women two men and a child who from their mourning attire and manner seem to be in deep grief The child is little more titan a babe and takes no interest in hersur round ings save that she wants her mother and calls repeatedly Mother mother What did they do jvith my mother Each time the words are lisped by the little one the tears start afresh rom he eyes of the two unvol ed women the forms of the elderly man and woman shake with emotion and the young man folds the little tot closer to his breast and whispers something that quiets her until the little soul hungry for the mothers loving caresses call out again or tho dearest of all earthly friends mother I had been watching the child nd listaninpr to iits pathetic pleading when unconsciously at a renewed and more earnest appeal of the child for its moth r tears began to misn my cheeks and I too longel to know where the mother W LSIAs if divining my thoughts aI occuPYjirlgupon my shoulder and siced Are they friends of yours To which I replied iin the negativeIt case Those two elderly persons are the father and mother the two young ladies are cousins the young man a brother and the child a daugh tor ot the young woman whose corpse lies in a casket in the baggage car The father is James Kirlcwood descendant of the English settler Kirkwooda familiar name to people in this state Do you know anyone by that Yos I knew a James Kirk wood who laid a daughter Dorothy She was a schoolmate of miue und after we graduated infl the town of Wshe married and wont to California arid her pirouts removed to another1 sstato cannot be Dorothy It is the same girl Dorothy Excuse mo but if you will per mil it I will sit bide you und toll you thf story of her life since sh married and wont re tIRobert Van Cleave wa sidered om of the most eligible men in botiety but was inclined to bo somewhat reckless and for that reason Dorothy pavants objected to her marrying hiwi theytrovewore married Dorothy wrote uI tender loving note to her par ents asking 1orgi volleys but tho father would nut yieldi oven to tho entreaties of his wife to let hellOldparents and the roan she mar ned and therefore must abide by it Van Cleave and his wife wont allargeal residence in San Francisco Without Dorothy the old home had no charm for the Kij cwood s and they removed to Nashville Tenn Letters came from Dor othy to her parents at first bright happy letters describing her home and surroundings but they grew infrequent and finally ceased coming at tl f Almost Ji year had lapsed whea u letter from Dorothy to Tier JCQOtUer stated that a blue 4 eyed girl baby had come into her life to gladden it Then there was a long interval when nothing was heard from her and her friends supposed she was too much occupied with her newfound treasure for writing and were not apprehensive as to her happiness A year had rolled by since the receipt of the letter announc ing the birth of the babe Mr Kirkwood was in his library opening his mail when he ob served a letter addressed to him in an unfamiliar hand post marked San Francisco He opened it and as he read it his face grew pale and his form shookwith emotion 0141friendfound Dorothy and her babe in San Francisco deserted and with out friends that her husband possessionsinJalifornia tiuu rui hud heard nothing from him though live months had ex pired Following this oxijlan daughterhack to her parental home where she and her babe might be tenderly cared for The next mail carried from the father two letters one to the friend who had written in the daughters behalf and one to his daughter assuring her of parental love and a shelter in the home which had once been denied her r No time t was lost by the heartbroken woman after the receipt of thoBvolcome message and she staft d the next day to her fuihorVhome It was a sad home coming and the uuuajwound All that skill could do hopethatthe pale J pheoks and smiles caress the lip that had grown thin and colorless But the crushed heart still bled and it was evident to all that Dorothy would soon enter the home not made with hand where God Igiveth His beloved rest Glancing over a Southern paper one day Mr Kirkwood read the name of Robert Van Cleave a member of a boating atjing that Dorothy was dying of a broken heart and asking him to happyherThree months rolled around bringing the dreaded change from summer to thecold days of winter and each day Dorothys figure grow thinner and her voice weaker 0n e morning when she awoke she called her mother to her beside and told her of the beautiful vision of heaven she had beheld in her canjIh wistfully into her mothers race wearyWillfor me and let me join the anguishherrear the child as she had her prayedhiorthe little ones sake The waxlike lids drooped over the azure eyes u heavenly sinilo illuminated the wan face and she said Mother I want to be at rpst Another day of tondor Watch ing was noaring its close Tho old family physician culled the friends around the bedside to bid a last farewell to Dorothy The little ono vas lifted to her moth ers face and when she kissed tho lips that had always smiled when they met her own ruddy mouth she said Mother moth myiuothorsiful lips were never warmed until the Saviours lbeaming countenance shorio upon tho an golic souL it 4 The evening sunbeams pierced the sunny ah and illumined thQ familiar scenes of my childhood as tho traih ped onward to its destination The bell clanged the signal of aITivala happy homecoming to mo but as tile Basket which boars the inaiii mateform of my former friend and schoplmato is placed in the hearse awttiting itthe pleasure of meeting iny bwn dear bnsid consumed by sorrow for thesa t 4 r 1 fate of lher whbs life had beg so happily e t Slowly and sadly the Jtiie carriages wended Us waY jtibeautiful little cemeiery C1 ef4hill in sight of the liotoebf lie J childhood whore she uadnov 2 frknown a sorrow Ami ast 1 last rays of the departing nt t A fell aslqnt the tearmoistam faces of theAgrouj pf fxion standing around the openwnvt 1 the old minister who bad bal tized her inj info cy proijpnncf fthe impressive funeral seryici r twhich consigned the marUf f 2 earth to earth and asllSs v i i ashes v t 3 f i In a palatial club rodm in fg tSouthern city two men sattl9 I smoking their Havanaa reading i v t a daily paper tit j Jhandsment rested upon his raofe Bf j fjas he unfolded the latter and ii r- eyes perused its contentsF countenance assumed an anno41Pedexpression His frict4lani j ing up from his papiiotTa the unusual Ijok Titer oyoi v mat and in answer to the Ico of inquiry Van CteaveTsad that iPQrtion of the letter yhich said HMy daughter is ding fibroken h e itrt 3Villf u B tWit her a loving lAajSttge ot fcome to her For me akjot 1f the child spare its motheJcJ Folding the letter lie placed it in his pQckei as he said Women do nOt die pf broken taitsu h vtHero Ian di1UflOfldTMt rlI00 or atiar coat Bth areSJ them stands the bJlstJr imn JaJixmi Nature The food mlyour lablinil j your own body tftWt htiiUyVtb aInPiyet between tlytj two htaridH the dlpcs tlmi tbotnrbitor it growtli or dccllncftf lire or death We efnuot malib a din niond wo cannot idakgiosli bV6VdnriJl bone No put by moans of the SbaklrL + Y Digestive Cordial we can HiubIb fKo stomach to digest food wlihia vtfulrtr othenvlHO ferment and poi nn the i11rsI Ielo In all forms of dyepepsIa aril in consumption ViUrw 1n cSt l of flesh thin blood norvotw p tim Umtlal is the FUrcessfitl tn 94 IVkentwitlu food It r4IeoajV olIt nourishes and iteiPLMDztttr3 1Jto noni1iJtrIaL botUeeneubi show ts raorlU lOc tr Penny Wise and PonndFoohishi i are they wjib have not Fuldy Colic Cure 4 j1 as n safeguard In tilt futhil For tale by tllnydon t Robertson L CONSUMPTION CAN BK CURED iT A blooum M O th Qeit Chemist f s and Bdentisti will send Freejothe W iflioted Three Bottles of IIfjrrewlDttft C covered Benibdies to CoraCfcEsezaptlpa o and All Lung Troubles Ati Nothing could bo mbra fairer more pbil 4 1 nnthMpio or carry more joytp the aijlJctttli t than tha offer of to A Blocuu M Uyo New York City Y t i OonfiCeot tbathe has dbcovmwtroll F able cure forconsnmptloa and al1nthiutsand weakness loss of fleshand all Cn t7sof wasting and to make tS ffeet lions known be Will send free tbre ties W any reader ofth1 NsvalxAnaio vho may be suffering L i IAlreadv this non scientific course qfjjsj medicine ha perman4ntlV cirolJhous auda of apparently hoperess caajs V Tho Doctor eonaldera it his 50iSSsMaiSir a duty which he owes tab Bitijkt tdonate his Infallible cure v3c A IIhasprovcdthd drcaJid cort iiSpn to bon curable dJscaw beyond AiJ iJ aid has On1U01 hi Amcflcta nail Euro laboratorea tistln tJib of 4iwrH a5 from thoso beneflttod t I4a 1Uathe world IofDont delay until life ton Iat61 Obashtap uninterrupted moans spiedx nld gpr tlain death Address TA SloWgjiSL CIrPine Street Now Yorii and whsn writ + nl tho DooUir give express a dTV5lo Drr address und piCas mention reading thiat jr t nrtlclo in TUB BusLEU Jm 715 CQfli9 F EmulsiO S44e t J h r of Codliver Ox with H jtoph s4r Ji phitcSf can be taken asv easily in summer as iii winter rUnlikciths f plain cUitis pJaffldifhei 1Qifttsup thc system Fors1ydailredM t for thosawboic lungs areaffectedw x f r it is a mistake to leave tfc off imthC t sumnrermonths Thedpsemasjlje i t t reduced if necessary y We recommend the smallsize especially for summer use and ioo t t chilt whreVatsfflaHer dose 6 rG quirect It should 4k ptiaracct1fplacs Stu101a onceopenwi V rf 11 1W t3q tlrt i sIj t F 4 r a xo JF r 1 THE NWLEAbER fed ftdo 1 11 NEWStoER EL DAVISON JRty THURSDAY JUNE 3 J897 ANNOHKOEMBNTS FUR CIRCUIT JUDGE PattesonP4VTe are authorized to announce Charles Patteson of tTaylor county a candidate lorCtrcult Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Wstrfct composedof MaHon Washington t tijand Green cointies subject to the ctIon of the Democratio party November IL election 1897 LisleIHaving received and acopted the nomination from the Republican party of this Circuit Court Jnaiclal District for theofflco of Circuit Court Judge jour anpport la napectf ully soliciteda toW J LISLE FOR SClrfOOL SUlERINTENDENT ri Peter Woaro authorized to announce t ienoth Peter as a candidate for County Supflrlntendont of public a liools for i Washington county subject to the tion of the Democratic party Saundersr t Wearn authnriced to announce Louise r B banndors as a candidate for Ihe otflee f of pounty aupeilntendent of Common f hqgq1 jSchools of Washington county subject F to the support of thv voters of the county I lan lthe oudursemontof allpolitical par 1 tlc v FOR COUNTY JUDGE i a Morgan We are authorized to announce W H t Morgan as a candidate for County Judge or WashIngton County subject to the aotlonof the Kbpubllcan party j FOR REPflESENTATIVEfo fl1 t r2J Hays ff I We are anthorized to announce James Pl yas a candidate for Reprjsonta tiye for Washinuton County In the Low er House of tho Kentucky Legislature subject to the action of t e Republican 5S 18rtyi- I Keeling I We are authorized to announce W L dscSs a Roprcsenta Stive for Washington County in tile LOw er House of tho Kentucky Legislature 4 Bnbjocttotho action of tho Republican party J THERE have bean exciting times ID Owin sville the scene 4citil1elatest and worst toll gate outrage Troops were called If put to preserve the peace while If 1 the trial of some of the raiders ISJ y were held over to Circuit Court 0 under heavy bond on the charge of being iimplicated in the raids JOHN 0 COLSON was shot andI i Instantly killed at Middlesbor r i f ough by John Dougan Colson l t was a brothe of CongressmanIb yii ColBon had been sheriff of Bell f tcountv and was recently nom 1 mated for County Judge and was f one of tha countys wealthiestt J menS1J THE Democratic convention to nominate a candidate for Clerk qt the Court of Appeals is in session at Frankfort Thet i W candTdates are very evenly divided and it is hard to tell who will be the lucky man r fIi WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN seems not to have lost his ability r to draw a crowd Five thousand people met him at the depot in 4tdP9 Tuesday giving him f as warm a reception as he re vceived during the campaign last fall r r vSsNATOR PETTIGREW hi s in trodaced a bill which provides f that the question whether Con r greii shall enact lor the free nd unlimited coinago of silver t16tbB submitted to a vote of f the people at the next congres i jd- bLeeo1n iuiticr Nelson Record denies the ff report thaV it has encouraged E turnpike raiders The accusa k tiotf appears a little out of place NelsonjdconIt4r iSrbne of tho fewconnties i arorind here ttiav bis bVen free Jrom the work WfraJaors 1f rfE poQntilwu holda lY 4- ff election this fall to vote on the free turn pike question There have been no raids in that coun as yet but the authorities are preparing to take time by the forelock MR SAPP tas not yet been appointed Collector at Louisville liedoffiresidentcertain stories in circulation inar regard to hun before making the appointment CONGRESSMAN DAVE SMITH will introduce a resolution in Congress to amend the Constitution so that U S Senators may be elected by the people Sadbo change wouldbe popular in Kentucky anyway just now COUNTY JUDGES of severalI counties throughout the State w here toll gate raiders have been at work have requestedI Gov Bradley tc offer rewards for the apprehensions of the raiders thINDIANSi on the varpath and serious trouble is anticipated Troops have been ordered out to suppress the Indians who are threatening to make war OE citizensn Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption This is the best medicine in the world fornU forms of coughs and colds and r consumption Every bottle is guar anteed It will cure and not disappoint It has no equal for whooping cough asthma hay fever pneumonia bran chitis la grippe cold in tho head and for consumption It is safe for sit ages pleasant to take and above all a am 0teuro It is always well to take Dr Kings Now Life Pills in connection with Dr Kings New DIscovoiyas u gletoWe guarantee perfect satisfaction or turn money Free trial bottles at Hay on A Robertson A H Patter with E C Atkins A Co I bndianapoiher before given a testimonial in my life SB 0utIhave never been without Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarhoea Remedy iii th 0ethink of being without Hour as a butt of this Remedy In the summer We have used it with all three of o Itochildren and it has never felled to euro not simply stop pain hut cure abso lutely It is nil right and any anyone who tries it will find it so For sale by Robertson PENI3UGKt From Our Special orrispondenta T J Nally and wife left Sunday morning for Marion connty to visit Mr Len Spalding who is very low with consumption Miss Galde Smith accompinied y hei sister and Miss Mclntire were the guests of her unle Mr Joseph Smith on Friday last MJRS Rose Adarus visited trlen and relatives a Hardins Creek Sunday lastaMr Ben Hanhn of Chopelwood was the gueat of Proto Montgorney Tuesday lapt Mr Ray Blnndtord made a bus i nsstrip to Taiham Spritgs last week Mr Gorge Goode Jr and wife were visitor at our village Sunday Mr Simond Adams has accepted the position of Marshal fr the Tatham Springs Co and is on duty at the present writing Mr William Fenwick and wire ThursdayIwith the family of Mtthew Nunan Mr and Mrs James Harmon of Springfield vsited their old neigh bors and Iriends Mr nd MM W A Smith at Fenwick Homestead Sunday las The retail country store at Fen wick formeily ounedand success fully operated by J R Blandford changed hands on Friday last Price private Mr George Goode Jr of Texas purchased the store and it is understood will continue the business at this place if he can secure a residence The chinch bug owing to the doinglessmuch apprehension is beipg felt Tor the future of growing oats and corn The election of trustees for the common schools iis the topic of in terest throughout tbo county at present nndu healthy sentiment for tho selection of men inter zttd in education prevails More rigid examinations on the part of county examiners anda closerl attention JBtfthe dpmauds of patrona for cap able teachers have done much to raise the standard of the common schools of today More study anr normal preparations by the her young minds pf our commonwealtl jis giving new inspiration to th wo rkand the sharp competition for place will but hasten the good effects of tho immutable law ol tthe survival of the fittest Pub sentimsnt will readily sustain e commendable efforts ofschool cers in our county to obtain better schools and then longer terms e sure to follow Theros no use in talking says V H Broadwell druggist La Cygue Kits Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar hooa Remedy does tho work After tak medicincs of my own preparation and those of others I took a dose of Cham beriaius and it helped mo a second dose cured mo Candidly and nscientioua ily sthettios for sale by Haydon A Robertson Tint Days of the World Whoh geology took Up tho worlds history in early Arohtcan days 800 000000 of years had passed since tho molten rooks of the eunHke earth had formed from tbo bThu btthick heavy vapors had begun to con dense and waters hot and acid covered the world or at least its greater part Over the continental region tho sea was moro or loss shallow and tho breaking and grinding of tho oceans bed laid CAaappearedbovenow tho Hudson bay region There appeared too n narrow strip which in highlam1a coast lino in the broad area covering the Rockies Small islands dotted the great seas where Norway and Sweden now standpAs timo passed tho waters svly became cooler and at last life lowly life appeared in some structureless plants and animals A warm and equable climate covered the laud and a clouded sky tempered thorny l Of tho sun but the rooks wero yet bare dud no sounds filled tho air save those of a lifeless and voiceless nature the surging of the waters and tho raging of the tempest But n gradnal change adjoinibgheselower corals and sea lilies filled the bays mollusks and crustaceans had be un and for ages mollusk lifo reigned supreme in this embryo world Lippin cotts The California Lion The running and leaping ability of tho California liou when hard pressed y hounds and hunters iii open Sold in almost incredible Only fine rack of hounds accustomed to tio inoni taius nan even attempt to run n genuine lion There are scores cf hunters who declare they have Eeen California lions when hotly pursued rise liko a winged crca tare high above the greenwood and chaparral and make leap after leap of ver 80 sometimes 40 feet across bowl d are logs nnd rocks Ground scent for the dogs is barely left eo daintily does ho alight Tho hound must use the slightly tainted air for their guide isi a well known fact that tho mountain l dogsWhenoutrun them Failing in this ho will take to the nearest tree But when there re no trees of refuge and the lion comes to bay then look out One stroke qf the powerful paw menus a dead dog and unless the hunter comes to tho rescue with u ri fie or revolver tho savage brute wrll slaughter tho whole pack in detail Should ho succeed in killing all tho dogs ho will immediately turn his at tcntion to tho human enemy whcm he considers tho most insignificant of the punracrs San Francisco Chronicle Most ugbs may bo cured in a low hours ur nt any rate in a few das by the use of Ayors Cherry Pectoral With nch a prompt aud sure remedy ns this a t hand there is no need of pr longing tho agony for weeks and months Keep this remedy in your house Health and happiness are relative con ditions at any rate thoro can bo little happiness without horlt b To give the body its full measure of strength and energy the Mood should bo kept pure and vigorous by the usa of Ayors Sar naparillo Word Tailed ISbn A costermonger while trundling isis apple laden cart down n London stroot was run into by a coaching party Tho costors cart got tbo Worst of it losing n wheel and Its ruddy freight boing soattorod nil over tho street The driver of tbo ooach came back to settle for the darango and expeotod to coma in for a vollaf of oboioe onrsing Dot tbo- nnafcnr Ini nfl nt his cart looked t Vhi3xnpplo3 looked at tho conoh anti finally gasped out Quvner doro eyent no word for itn Sutherlands Eagle Eve Salvo is n w and original in slylo of packago and medical qualities It is perfectly harm less contains no lead and is n gnaran euro for granulated lids soro eyes and styes Cancer the Face1 = GL1 Mrs LauraE Mime of Smith says 1A small pimple of a strawberry soonIi 4 free Iinfiamedwollen that for quite not see The doctors said had Cancer of the malignant and ex haunting doing we any coM thee ave up the case as hopeless When in formed that my father had died the same disease said die as hereditary Cancer was incurable trySSSegan to discharge and continued to do o for three iponths it began to heal I continued the medicine a longer until the Cancer disappeared en tirely was several years agO and there has noretura of the disease RemedyCancer a lood remedy will cure it S S S real6Ioodaneatly cure Cancer Scrofnla Eczema Rheumatism or any other disease of the blood Send for our books on Cancer and Blood Diseases mailed nya address Swift Speci6c Atlanta Ga a while I could I most type after their efforts wlthont from they I must then while This been GEMS OF THOUGHT No peace was ever won front fate ubterfugoRnskinj There is no malice liko the malice of t tCnegndeMacaulnyRashness but unhappy arent of misfortune Fuller Life cannot subsist in society but by reciprocal concessions Johusou fPleasure 6leoPolitical men like goats usually tthrivebest among inequalities Lan dorNot to be provoked is bostibut moved never correct till the fume spent For every stroke our fury strikes s sure to hit ouraejvea ut last William Perm The eagle tho king of all birds is noted for Its keen sight clear and dis tinct vision So are those persons who uso Sutherlands Eagle lEye Salvo for weak eyes styes soiooyesof an y kind granulated lids Sold by all deuiers TAXlAYEIlS ATTENTION IAll persons owing biate andI county taxes to mo us Sheriff are hereby notified that they pos itivey must settle same at once or have their property adveJ tised and sold This is the last notice JOHN T CRAYCROFT Sheriff W C Why not be YDurjI 0wa Middien1an1 Pay but ono profit between maker asS user and that a small jtutooo Our Dig Pago Catalogue and Senas Guide proves that Its possible Weighs 2H pound illustrations describes and tollafheonoprofltprlco of orer 40000 articles everything you use Wo scad It for cents thats not for the book but to pay part of the postage or expressage and koop off idlers You cant got too quiCk MONTGOMERY ARD 6 CO The Store of All the People 111116 Michigan Ave Chicago Ihicklen Arnica Naive The boat salve In the world for twtB Bruises bores ulwrs Ulcers Salt Kho urn Foyer Totter happed ImcuH Coilblnins corns andall akin oruptiona and positively cures Pilon or no pay required It is guaranteed to give per feet Httisfuctlon or n III iclui dec Price Z cents lQI box at Ilavdon t Uob crtsonH Druff Stoic Abioiutely True Wo aro Indebted to Dean Holes book on America for the following onocdoto The sloan says thnt n Denver Audience is notably bonovolont It is said that a chairman after n depressing address assured tho speaker that his disooarao was mov ing soothing find satisfying When reproved next morning for having commended a dismal failure ho denied tbo charge and maintained that be had uttered no approbation hut only simple faots nnrnolj that tbe lecture was moving because n largo proportion of the audionco fidg eted in their seats end several loft the room it was soothing because many fell asleep and it was satisfying II because there was not n single person present who had not Imd quifo en0ncrh Fort Hill Poultry Yardnnorcas straIninper POYNTER1m Ky Eggs For Sale byenekerolpenEggspaIrthatiMRSLock Box 500 Danville Ky EGGS FOR SALE JumbiirgsfrOmstrain Black Mlnorcasi tthttp strainBlack Langshan Kirky Btnllh 5160 per 15 MRS Y E MoDANTEL Smiths Grove Ky Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting tact allayedbySkin Ointment CD5eshave Jtisnippleschappedand chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box MejUstcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine ahorsecents per package When Baby wag sick iro gave her Comorta When she was a Child sb cried for Outoria When sho became Miss she clung to Caatoria Whoa she had OUldren the gaTe then Castorla TO CUBE AOII IN ONE OAT Tllko Inx thC Bromo Quinin Talilota Ml druggists refund the money if it ails to euro 2VJ For sale by Hnjdon RObertson and Waters k Browile Feb 6Gino A NEW ROOK KNITTING ANT CROCHETING of 64 pages over 50 original designs illustrated beautiful lace patterns shawls hoods jackets etc has beep published by The Home Alilk St Boston Mass and will ho sent with a sub cndtlon to that paper The Home is a 20pngo monthly filled with original stones literary and mestic topics and fashions Its department of Fancy Work is a special feature new and original designs each issue Tho price of iulmcription is 60 con Is pr year and will icclude one of these books As a special inducement to trial subscribors a copy of this hook will be given with a 6 months subscription The price of book is 25 cents but n 0 months sub scription and the book cointilnedwill bo sent for cents Theirannuat premium lint for 1817 trill bo sent free on applica tlonCASTORIA Par Infants and Children I TTTANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR itI WOMEN to travel for nspon T slMo ostnljllfhwl in Ken lucky Salary 780 and expenses 0aition poi uiHiionr Reference Eiidi ftolfiiddteMsrd stamped envelope The ChicagoNov NEWS LEADER 1 00 a yearc- ove v ii 4CLEUII BlSt IS QAUT1 WORMS WHITES CRE- AMVWllFJICE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED BOLD EVERYWHERE mrwt KtniiRotox to n tout TABLERS PILE BUCKEYEOINTMENT CURES NOTHING mPfLES A SURE and CERTAIN CURl known for IB years na tho DEBT REMEDY for PILES BOXJI BY ALL BRVOOI8TS Toticco Spit and Koiok bar Ufo AjTTo Quit tobseco easily anti forever be matf netlc lull of life ne re and vigor take NoTo Dec the wonorworkor that m ke weak mon ruanrnteedAddreuRterlllll S M KKRRICK DEALER IN BUGGYTOPS WHEELS CUSHIONS SHAFTS STORM APRONS BUGGY WAGON HARNESS 3ADDLES PAUM WAGONS MACHINERY A FJLti STOCK OP FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES HAKDWARE TINWARE GLASSWARE j a5zm 1 3PRINGGOODS1 I Si s1 == We are now rcceivirg cur Spring Gccds embVac iing a great assortment of DRESS mOOed S PERCA1 ER WHITE GCOD8tWj DRESS TRIM MINGS ORGANDIES UDUCKS GINGHAMS DIMITIES EMBROIDERIES LACES Etc fjtCORSETS= i vvX v 3 h rv vGENES FtRMSFINGS Including largtf variety of Fancy Dress and Ne gligeVShirtfj tFancy and Plain Underwear Hosierj arid Suspenders CLOTHING Xt kWe are now receiving a most elegant JiQ oC fCItj Boys nd r i Childrens clothing in better styles ard lower priCes than ice KaTeeVcr shown before lie sure you eee our line before you buy tlsowhere sHoEs jDont fail to see our line of Helmer Betimann t COB fine shoes and Drew Selby Co Women and childrens fine shoes There are X no lines in the market superior to these in fit style and wear t CARPETS Etc i J We nro showing the greatest stock oi Carpets Bugs Linoleomf tMatting J Oilcloth etc of any honsein town Lace Curtains andnadea liin all prices Ilundsomedt line shown in this town se forTbur elf WALL PAPER Er4 vr 4Stop in and see our stock of 8000 rolls Wall aper in all the neir 7 combinations We invite your especial l attention to ihenewich color v ings in red green blue and purples with borders and ceilings tqmat hSI i We thank you for past patronage arid most cord dially solicit a good share of your patronage this year jcCUNNINGHAM DUNCAN j jt Sr J BURTON B EN rAYDOX SL r t JT 1 BURTON ico iI J lj BEN HAYDON Sn MANAGER IUndertakersj and Funeral Directors O COFFINS H CASKETS BURIALn H RUBES OF ALL KINDS FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day Ior night a The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBALMER a graduate from a school of embalming have teen engaged hi 54 j rJjM BURTON A CXi6 HACIAN BLOCK SPIUZGFIELD K i J cZcruaaaS Look Out for Spectacle Peddte Eyefflao 8 ndSDoctlle1o Accurately FittedtlnclGuartlnteed5j1 SahsfactQtyWort i TWENTY YEARS EXPERIENCE J FINEST SPECKSINSOLID SILVER OI L GOLD FROM c t 150 TO 450 PER PA aft ED M RUSSELL Thousands of persdnguso Suthnrland Eaclfl Jye Salvo who never did liJ vc sore oycB Jt atrpngihcns wpak Ves t1Ist1 tt 4 555Ilundiedsduced ito try rfoirtlrfrWnV ou h Rein edy b forotliCraniertis for themselves toiav ndfrh 1 I i LdlSJ If v c e aK L r y J- v fHE lEWLgA5 B ijWNEWSLElDER hliBMiUBDj BYSaYTnttltaDAY lORNLiG 4r i LTJ 1 1k SPRINGFIELD KY- stoc nt1 rave IF Plo ha AtrvlulOI 4 tnr FaR WILDER DENTIST ill Dental Operations TEETH PerforD1ejj v IrxSprlnpfleld t every first day OFFICEOver aud Friday each Postoffice mouth LII Haiti office No6i8 Loutsvjlle Ky WFNEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE with a C McGnoRD r DRJFRINEMSRT I OFFICE HOURS xa to a p m EVERYDAY SPUINGFIELD KY DRJJ I BURTON RESIDENTI DENTIST iJ TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I Ic vOmOJiUAgau Block oyor Mansfield j9ensISore v SPRINGFIELD KYtCroiii Lit Brtdga Work SpecialtyI LAMPTONI 4 OFFICEiJOVER cinsarr crt OF rip 1 REMOVAL f I have removed nay place of X btsiess from Main streett to rprtoJthe newbuildinfir on Walt fitreet next to the Berrv Hotel I will keep nothing but the BEST and PUREST liquors and ask a share of your patronage RespectfullyC JOHN F GREENE CK HARMON y THE LIVERYMANdj Firstclais livery outfits New i r buggies and fast and safe horses j Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion partes or drummers The most convenient hitching and feeding place iDfI town MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY ttAan1brtllCO weal Write Oil Yat ID priu o r D-eltet CLIunie0d tarts wanfe4 zrrOUI PACK ACZZMZ aothtiOartruultFN x llUV JIITT11Jll nwW ours antKJd a coM apetite SoU hr an de1Ua la tncdicloa K HUH IHUB- OPTICIAN Cincinnati Ohio Will be in Springfield on bis next regular visit on June 30tb to a remain four days All person wishing to consult him about having eyeglasses fitted should remember the date sandthat he can be found at the w Tbuttsaa Souse or at Dr Bays y office Eyes tested Free of Charge arid i Satisfaction Guaranteed if end JVblfker I cured at homeHabltlI tone Boo L t1cnfan pent r t BMWOOLLvYMD o0 34I vrqOJi r If you want to buy goods Cheap for CASH come and see us We have a lull line of Hardware Tinware Stoves etc that we are offering at Very low Prices cheaperfthat will anyIone We are agents for Old Hickory Wagons and Brown Culti vators The way to find out 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 they are not satisfac L tory bring them back and get your money Come and see our H ONE MINUTE Ice Cream Freezers This is no joke It will freeze cream in One Minute MCELROY SHULTZ = = = Allouritodeuts will hare flit opportunity of attending THE KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONW- hich meets in Green June 230 and July 1697 If you want a better education prepare for teaching get a better certificate or to take a thorough COUJIBUOUL it you to write us Special Einphuia put on the Sun TiucnYou can enter now and classes to suit you Mention courso wanted rrWrito now CHERRY BROS Proprs Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business Collega Bowling Green STOWNCORN for sale by C C McGill IT is thought that the business the court will he about roundup this week THE new foot bridge put in by town on the street leading to the depot is a much needed im rovement THE ladles of the Catholic Church gave a strawberry sup the new G L Haydon pbuilding last night which was well patronized KONRAD HERTLEIN the progressive baker and confectioner will shortly begin the building- of a new brick business house He advertises for bids in this issue THE ladies of the Christian Church at Willisburg will givei a supper at that place on Friday evening Proceeds fur painting Ice cream and straw berries IT is now Postmaster Waters and the Postofiice is to be found the room occupied by the Har in Racket store and adjoining Waters Brownes drug store The office was turned over to the P M and moved into the new quarters on Tuesday ON Friday evening June 11th St Dominics Hall the musical class of Miss Jennie Craycroft will give a musical recital An admission of tw ntyfive cents will be charged and the net proceeds will be devoted to a worthy cause The entertainments given by Miss CrayCrofts class are always excellent and a good programme will be arranged for this occasion and all who attend will be well repaid THE sacrifice sale of the entire stock of Dry Goods Cloth ing Hats Furnishing Goods Shoes c of J G Mansfield will continue from day to day The stock is yet full of choice bargains in Dress Goods Ladies Furnishing Goods Shoes Men s and Boys Clothing Dont this sale if you want to save money THE Democratic County Con vention to instruct delegates to the Frankfort convention to nominate a candidate for Clerk of the Court ot Appeals was called to at the Courthouse last Saturday afternoon br T Ion Sincms Jr W H Baker was chairman apes C J Hay don secretary Resolutions were SrLy adopted instructing the delegates io vote for Gus Richardson firs choice Sbackelford second and W B Mason third A resolution was also adopted endorsing the Louisville Dispatch as the official Democratic newspaper of Kentucky The resolution further endorsed the Chicago plat form favored the free and un limited coinage of silver at t e ratio of 16 to 1 without the consent of any other nation AT TH CHURCHES This column will bo devoted to the religious and cnurch interests of our town and connnunlcatijus and an nouncements from tho pastors of the Presqyterlan Baptist Methodist and Cutholic Churches aro solicited The Ladies Cottage Prayer Meeting will be held at Mrs Jack Thompsons next Monday afternoon at 4 pm Wordtext Redemption Next Sunday will ba observed by the Presbyterian Sunday School as Childrens daYl Ar tmnSicasionThe Progressive Church Workers will give a strawberry festival in the Sunday Schoolroom of the Presbyterian Church Friday evening Rev B F Atkinson pastor of the Methodist Church at thi place returned Monday from Greensburg where he had been to attend the district conference The Baptist Church was filled to overflowing on last Sunday morning the occasion being the ordination of Rev C C Pugh Rev McClochlin of Louisville delivered a most excellent ser mon and tho ceremony through out was interesting and impress ive The other visiting ministers were R L Purdom A C lings Richard Sale and W GravesI Lost Strayed or Stolen On Monday morning May 31st 1 hitched in the alley back of Springfield Hotel stable my blask mare about 15 hands high an about twelve years old bltctJedI with bridlo At noon same day the mare bad disap pared and I have not heard of her since Any information leading to ber recovery will bo suitably rewarded JOE S THOMPSON Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew or is unquestionably tbe best preser the ot tne hitir It is also curative II caudruff tettor ouJ alleculp afidetlot- t 01 PAYS FOR BOARD TUITION Everything furn ished for the Spec ial Summer Term of 8 weeks which IIIbe21ns Juno 81897 Bowling yourself Connie find Ky miss order Sam UUT NOTES In Circuit Court this week there have been few cases of much importance tried The criminal cases tried were the Commonwealth against Jim Hay don for horse stealing i two years John Polin housebreak ing two years and eleven months Major Polin and Sid Polin two years each The cases against the Polin negroes were sent back Appealse on the former trialIJames Lankford sued Otho Adams for damages and after long trial the jury rendered a verdict giving the plaintiff on cent Adams and Lankford sometime tl1be former hit his opponent a lick iin the head with a rock and Lank ford resorted to the court to seekreparation for injury done to his cranium and feelings as the result thereofsIn the damage suit of CC Cocanougher and etc against James R Young and A M Shields the jury gave a verdict for the defendant The grand jury adjourns Monday after returned only 12 indictments flue for housebreaking two for assault an battery grand larceny seining nourishing a pistol disturbin religious worship furnishing liquor to minor gaming and carrying concealed u deadly weapons Onto CITY OF TOLEDO ISLVCAHFUAllC J UHENKY makes out hithat is e the senior partner of tho llrm of F 1Chonay A Co doing business in the Ctt of Toledo County and State nforcsnld rind that saW linn will pay tho sum of ONE I1UNDHK1 DCLLAIM for sach and every cu o of catarrh that cannot bo cured by trIO use of IlalPn Cutnrrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before ni j and nubhoribod in my presence this 6ih day of llecembe- 1S0 A W OLEA ON SBU Notary 1ublic hails Catarrh Cure is taker infernally and nets directly on the blood and muc oils surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials free F J Cll ENEY A CO Toledo O p fold by drnpgists 75e RECEIVEDa Iwill receive bids for the of a twostory brick stcre on uiy lot in Springfield Plans and specifications and father r particulars can be bad by calling at mv place of business KONRAD HERTLEIN Dont neglect chills Chills bring on congestion congestion gringo on death You can euro chilla and become stout ofand YcppotdToiifot J z PERSON 7L Will McOhord Jr la home from school Howard McElroy spent Sunday iin Louisville Dr Dunn was the guest of Miss Myrtle Mansfield this week Judge H W RVdS of L banon attended court hero Monday Mr and Mrs C C Cambron of Lebanon were in town oq Sunday last Emmett McElroy came down with toe ollegoboyj5 Friday to take in th games B L LUfiey and M G Loachma- went to Frankfort to attend the ton vention Mrs Margaret foam of Early Times was visiting relatives here the first of the week Miss Esther Boulware has re turned home after spending the winter away at school Mr Bohon of Honstonville visited the family of Mr E 8 Mayes tho latter part of last week Mrs Ohm McDowell and brother J N Saunders spent the latter part ot last week here visiting relatives Mr and Mrs James Duncan of Bloomfield spent Saturday and Sun day here with relatives and friends fro Geo Newbolt and sister Miss Maud of Bradfprdville were visiting Miss Annie Nelidrk Saturday and Sunday Miss Nan McDowell accompanied the ball team from Danville Friday and remained over until Monday with friends Mr Silas Logsdon at the solid farmers of the Froderickstown neigh borhood paid the NEWSLEADER office a call Monday Will McElroy who has a position with RobinsonPetitt Go of Louis ville will be home Saturday for a two weeks vacation Misses Ella Craycroft and Anna McOhord will arrive home Saturday from Staunton Vfy where they have been attending college Mrs Will Thurman entertained the Ohautauqna Club Monday even ing Victor Hugo and his wdrks were ably discussed by the members Mr T L Wright of tho railway mail service came in Tuesday and will spend a few days He was accompa Ned by his father who will remain hero some time Rev Miles Saunders of Springfield preached at the Presbyterian Church Sundry He visited at Dr Williams and other friends while hereBardstown Record Mr Isaac Ho nor proprietor of tin Burton louse Burton W Vand ono of the most widely known men in the state Watt cured of rheumatism efts tlreo years ot suHering Ho says I linvo not sufficient csintnand of lan guage to convey InV idea of what I suf notheing could bedono for me and my friends were rally co mineed that nothing but death cOiikl relievo me of my suffering In June 1891 Mr Evens then salesman for tho Wheeling Drug Co recommended Chamberlains Patti At this time my toot and limb were swollen to moro than double their normal sire and fit seemed to me my lay would burst but soon after u ing tho Pain Balm wellingmgau e to decrease the paint sari now I consider that I am eu tlrely cured Foreulo by liuydon A Robertson POLIN From Our Regular Correspondent J T Semoncs and wife of liar rodaburg visited relatives nos here this week dD11se Lizzie Bontaaml mother of plagangeet week Mr John Williams and wife Z T Crow and wife attended the dedicivtton at Love Ride Sunday lastMr Samuel Scott and Miss wetsJmanYy friends and relatives wish them all possible happiness through life Mr Harrison a mine and son Willie of Danville are visiting near here this week andrlittle Ethel were the guests of Mr John Weekly Sunday Mr James Ilardosty and wife of Maud attended the decoration at Rock Bridge Monday visltedjrehtivcsand Sunday A Valuable Prescription Editor Morrison of Worthington Ind Sun writes You have a valuublo prescription In Eloctrlc Bitters nnd I nun cheerfully recommend it for const potion sad sick headache and as n gen IAnnieChicago was all run down could not eat or digest food hada backache which never left bor and felt tired and weary but six bottles of Electno flitter re LjrIglBta Is this your paper I y f- ANDY CATHARTIC Ulf ltf I CURCQHSTIPAT10H oJ t ro i f 25 4 SO f ABSOLUTELY GU IRTITI D tI are Se r urrtiatt rae rtr t plcnd bootlet I lice ld FTEIILPrB tlr1Ienrmporlpeb1ItI1IAtUlpatwalr leanell oatiul CIJicrI ort fyJ t GRAND REMOVAL ALif 5cr Our large stock of new spring goods must be sold S REGARDLESS OtCdS i1 We mu t reduce our stock before we moVe t3Binew quarters Our loss is your gain Dont faIl t6v1yourself of this opportunity to buy NeW Spring coo at less price than anybodys did and shop wo stilf bLotMens Black Cheviot Suits 398j wdrtlj doribler C 0f u 0 Mens Allwool Suits 5 00 worth double J p ttMens7 Full line of Boys Suits and Pasts at Sacrificed Prices Z 5t fwill not permit us to mention the great bargains we are offering buta visit to our store wLl convince you fhatydtieafl iiiaKeindffe by buying here 4r 4 v A ffi ft t McChord Robertson l BIG PAY To Hustlers f We want capable representatives to handle the tast Jtae eft STANDARD Nursery Stock on the market Also some SPEC IALTIES that sell with the mention the names Applicationli must be accompanied with the best of business references t Address DOWNER dr BRIGGS ftOWLlNQ QR ERi Kt J d k WANTED = Two Men in each County in this State to Represent iisj I no experience needed we drill you free af rcharge at your homes y iv t f YOU CAN EARN S75OOI lERMOIiKi UNTIL JANUARY 1898 f jA iREAD WHAT OTHERS ARE DQltiSi 1THOMAS OSBORNE of Georgia says 1 cleared 5420 ojlay r flfgiREVlost one day jfey + t REV ALHX FRIEDMAN of Missouri says l worked nine half diy end made 8745 II i J Rev C B TlIVRMex of Texas says The first hour Iniade3 0iMRS VAN DABITY of North Carolina saystlIn 22iJ8Y81m3 G1i Wocortld Rive hundreds of just such testimonials had ire the ftpftce tjTillfft today it you are out of employment and wo will answer yott at Unco 6t send a rep rcsOntutlvo to Bccyou Address rRIVERSIDE PUBLISHING dOMPANY DEPARTMENT Si LOUIS MOl = DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER0I PrOfitslTheE ROSENBURGERS i CO zwwi2 l lOMSt tMiYORK lTY r tK Our great Bargains t9 QQ 9DiUU I SUITS polLlI i3Q Bops JTdoiils Suits Sizes 3 to 15 win Extra pair of pants 293 rtt4WoolSUorConanCotterand BjnJi Trimming miiahlp bail She usto to yean without Set Pattern Ughtninot Drops What tafunnif NnmJ V cryfeue buf1t KaAtPtr Sold Evdej whe ti vorl 31y Without t IIei1Thorolel NoPaY eaedertiac r a CUSTOM MADE ORDER tic i MANS rrI7O W6ofty r tylr with FarrwrSatta trlmpitd and the of P Tatter manner dopQeatt la your town for ell oo siwHtop TbeamegoadernadfoYoYIHJ to to 1ants aad Tocdrda dill wLoit ttla hps1n tin tut quiver and dirt blurahdr bofore mud r first chilly Bhlvorlm tfnrisitiln totnei ori takUtiJglldoseolr11dVsPe ferminE CWlt Tonic itfattlmphttifctfc ItwarnW fo fee iqdcJ it promotes the cfiriMion 4the blood It will t roventth chjijf n ie tJtnrtC In ten nuft1t1arallteoltrprtgjiibd hHl u kol IUi AJSUeue sftlwn t vg fc f Pf rJ4 a IVO THE NEWSLEADER Promotes gcrcpaTat1onforA- 5jjngi1mIoodandllegt1ta Dj esUontChecrrut- 11essand rr tCOntains neither opunNorphine norNInu- alNoiNAiicorIC LI1tU1JrI3uibi txJ Li4atAU i It tJffpcfetflemcdy pijetd forCnst1pi I iton Sour StomachDiarrh ea WOrtI5 Coqvu1sions re cish jlfZSS indLOSS OF S1EEP TACSimiteSinaturc of NEW YORK rXACT COPY wBAFFgn = i e r SEE ThAT ThE FACSIMILE r SIGNATURE IIS ON TH- EWRAPPER OF EVER- YBOTTLE OP1 JIwA Outer Is put tip la ore bottfci only It U not sold In bulk Dont elite anyone to tell yonaeythlag elia on tho plea or pro that it is Jnit M end will aswer every par pcaaa that yra get 0ABTOBIA nfrmla 0- 1dr wa cf u for r 9Ji tt =N ODE II it 7 ALBERT REINHART O P I Written or ihoDIaiiofld1UbIIOe of tha Dominican Sisters of the Convent of St T 4 4 Cotberiiio of Sienna near BprfpgBeld Ky 3fififiesSSSSSS8SS SSSSSSSSS cc c f OWN in the Southland there slumbers a vale 1 Bending above it the bluest of skies Ff Breathing upon ii full softly arise i Winds Iromthe wood wittsceut in their trail Oh the gush of tbesong that fills it And tLe gayplumed choir that thrills it i iAndthe gurgling and splashing ft7 t Of the brook that goesdashiDg Down in tKe southland where slumbers a vale e J sT 7vThe virgin forest stands The giant arms Of oak and elm a strong embrace doth bold And neer a glfnt nor gleam of sunshine warms e The tangled thickness of this trackless wold i t Bat streamed the light of faith where sun neer fell j Anfl hearts that beat beneath monastic gown Feared not the menace of primeval l dell But came with courage and with eal And down The sturdy trunks with ringing flashing blade Were hewn and there wberest the chief st stood In flood of light where once was densest shade Is planted Jesus Cross tbe saving rood Anpni from fallen timbers rudely made 9cloistrat structnry Jilts its humble height i And saintly virgins dwell therein arrayed t 4In dear JSiv Dominics robe of stainless white l And floating out into the twilight grey = Like hymn of seraph baud calm and serene Their nightsong comes the tenderest sweetest lay That eer was sung to Mary Heavens Queen And tapers borne in slow procession glow ti On them the cbaunting brides of Christ while low i They bow their veiled heads Ah even so Twas therefull five and seventy ytars ago And ithe germ that was sown i lu that earlier day Ol r It hath sprouted and blown t Atjd hath sent far awayITo the East and the West On the breezes soft breastt c t Itsperfumes to quicken and cheer il Effes waste SO wide barren and drear sodsA MVbeonecs ever beckon the reapers of God f ff j AnttI where stood tho convent lowly AVVj In the time w i1L Of its prime fiv t rTlltrby hands untiring holy t 6t And with prayerc f tikt t Ever there v j ijpllts a pile its stately hefght 1t f repayfI r Those who latored in the night it i Downin the southlsbd there slumbers a vale tfjrom Its pool depths come foith childrens glad cries r iraycrs qt meek lowly nuns rise to the ekes t Ashes ot sainlte3 ones rest in this dale r Ojvaie of thesouthland how sacred thou art The dust ofeach gcave bears the tnouldering heartJIqvetAipledgejOtVVilteTMter anrd guide the and peril remove Let tempest ers thou neer shalt succumb f O vale of the hputhland V God speed thee alway J L A HAMDSOME THEIIIYIIITI3SrdYonr KEHTUCKYOmlatnt ETCv MOORESVILLE G rFWorn Quruiaeorrespncent t Mr Lawrence Trent hoe gone to Decutur to make that his fut ure home Mr Oliver Gibbins has crioon his annual to the Kentucky moun tains Someone destroyed tho tobacco beds of Messrs Ben Chontbnin and Julian Shields leaving notie8thotI it they set out any tobacco plnnts they would be hanged and the to bncco barn destroyed One of our neighbor boys had out a trot line last week and oti going to raise the line ho found it so heavy that he called for assistance thinking he had a monster bnffulo but on raising the line it proved to be a large dog John A Boblot has returned from Nelson ounty where be was visiting his daughter Mrs Jud Beiry The Magistrates race seems to be vvarmine up as there are two tree silver candidates announced so rumor says- Messrs Will Harper Logan ijob let Nite arid fj ran villa Veekly took in the execution lust Sunday to Louisville F D Clarkson cf Frcdericktown visited at Kimrod Smiths last Sunday It is with sorrow that we an nounce Mrs Frank Boblet who lives near Bloonifielil is in me last stages tof consumption and her death is daily expected She form erly lived near here ni dwas a good neighbor hnd a good Christian woman and liked by all who knew hrIMessrs J ML Wall 1 A Lvd dine and Len Williams of our prV cinct aro serving on the juries in Washington Circait Court Do You Travel If so never start on n joiirnov without n bottle or Foloys Colic Cure ustiro pro vontlvoof Iwwtl coiuplalhts NnMsionrd by clmnjre of water or climate 5c For sale hy hayden Kobortron Ihe Wiiithtaekr In our trade and agricultural exchanges ve rote some discussion concerning the mr rits of the Pneumatic or Windslactrer We believe the farmers of John son county situated osthay are in oie of the best arpicultural regions in the world are to bo felicitated for thpir excellent judgment in adopting improved methods in farming without being governed by prejudice or hearsay To the farmers of Johnson county who have been familiar with the Wind stacker since its introduction in 1891 discussions at this time concern lug the merits of the Wind stacker must be amusing When they know that they have straw stacks that have stood for thre four and five years with the straw bright and clean a few inches below tho surface they certain ly cannot help wonderirrg why the Wind stacker could anywhere be condemned because the would noi keep The go strawI ical position of tho the whole of which ifes within forty miles of the capitol city of thi State and makes it roadily accessible to theagentof all the agricultural implement manufacturers For that reason this county is particularly favorrd in having tho first opportunity to inoOnflibns are as keen here as they could possibly be anywhere It therefore there should bo any weak nesses or defects ip a nachiuo the agents ot the cor petinj machinery would be swift to discover them and point them out to buyers The fact is that a Ihresherman in this county to day without a Wind strcker has very little to do and none of them thinks of buying d new machine without it Farmers will no longer endure the disagreeable ati l arduous labor re quirect in stacking straw nor can they secure hands in a busv season to do such work The manufacturer of a threshing machine in this day which is not adapted to work in connec tion with tje Wind stacker has no sale for his goqds in this county and we are surpristd that farmers or tbieshermen in any locality would think of usinr old tirrfe methods or machinery not adapted for the best use of progressive improvements Franklin Ird Democrat Baby MinetEvery mother feels an iindes- cribable dread of the pain and danger attend ant upon the most critical period of her life Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all but the suffering andi danger of the ordeal make Its anticipation one of misery MOTHERS FRIEND is the remedy which relieves WO of the great pain and suf fering incident to maternity this 1severestmoved by its use Those who this remedy are no longer useI spondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing con ditions are avoided the system is made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com mon to the critical hour arc obviated by the use of Mothers Friend It isa dlessing to woman 9100 PER BOTTLE at ail IJrnar Stores or eont by moil on receipt of prico EOnS OontalnlDj Invaluable Information of Interest 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