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QUARtERLY COURT uQaarteily Oourt is held on the thlrdl Ipn rf day in January April July aid October JTark W Thompson Judgo COUNTY COURT County Court meets on the fourth Mon y in oach month- Jack W Tliomj on Judge y7 E rSookcr County Clerk tOaThurmAn CToartv Attorney SSjltSmltti Jailer J Craycroft Sheriff WRThurman H B PowU VDaputlo- stilMasteUj SSJams F Moore County Surveyor p Snarp Assessor fiIi iXJampball iioanty Trasre gpflNGIELD0IRE0TOP- S J T Nbe Police Judgp ron Orace Marshal VTOKead City Attorney rtlUtiTIC8 COURT Justice courts are hold in January April a J ulranil October PersonalS ItFnirn64to any person afllhted with any epcehl phroui or delicate dlseaso pecullor to their cx4 Addrcfia tho leading phys plans and surceons of the United Slajtes Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearbruslro C1icanSt DOLLATW A TSEKIC EASILY FIFTY AKOiits wanted la o verv lo cality for lionIWJ llrya in grcat and pnly book Tho Ilntt llattl31f Tho boHt nellor tW rpnllltl iod AkjenU are tak dngns many na 300 ordtrsiior yeok iJe Sofl1for anti tieghivork nt dneo W H Upnttlt YCO1mANY PabllUhow urlufQtr tCbIClO Jn m iotno tho best only h good pnough fbo brat alvoa Jhb tj nicest Hud longfist rollof wUJjoqJ Jpavng Qnv pvil nfter cflTcoU Dr Bells Peppermint ikSt ourbunCfj and nbockyour ncrvocTako I Handmnlnrio Jiwippenr a inow Uoforo the tT1rILiid pf sprIg Tlip nftor encets r 0IT jf piore chjlls pI I ODDS AND ENDS OF GOSSIP WIIEN HARU STARTS THE FIRE At the unholy hour of lour the time when hit the world should snores Im wakened Iry a slamming door By my MarlarSSho r1s EhocnlxhVo from bed puts on a rig to knock you dead then in a mob1tcut6hohns fle- duflthtH Tp i1r hear a rumble ad aroar lito wrecks wdtvnfelisOf coal for thatmorocdarn ed fire ti hear a rattle roar and slam a muttered word that sounds like clam shes wrestling with that flndish pan Of ashes frou Th Ibumpsabout her from those misfit clothesIOb my that blasted fire Tho pan of ashes veer about I hear a wildj bloodcurdling shout the con i tonts have teen emptied outsv On mydcraI flleb888bpanup thc llth then comes the rest trio aftermath She sails In on the firo She tboarthoheTir struggling oer tho floor At last she buildihe fire Then nbsn It tazas theerfally my dear- libuckMeatOn that Qd kitchen fire No sign of conflict In her irir how calm now sweet beyond compare is iny Maria fair Who builds the kitchen fire IdJ THESE end of tho century IN I days when womans right to every privilege under the sun iis scarcely quostioped it seems to note that a popular monthly has this query at tile head of an article Is Beauty a Blessings Not a blessing in general but to woman solely are particularly with a big W I have often heard that beautiful souls and jVeaiitif til Eddies are seldom wedded but H has never seemed jjust to me Why should a wi Ith pangroatrIt does not stand to reason that when one has a pretty face she must needs cultivate sweetne s of disposition and her powe t mind and body and all those womanly graces that have been spoken of as above the price of riches She cant help butj hnow she is beautiful and j jing it wliy shouldnt she rejoice iin it as one rejoices in the sweqt fresh air and sunlight If Nar cissuslike she falls in love with her own reflection and obtrudes iit upon others there is some flaw in lher character and early training But all iis vanityI saith the preacher and it is touch of nature that makes thisII whole world kin It a vain she is vain whether shei be beautiful or not One woman I Know whose groat cause for selfglorification is that she never crimps her hair and views with a kind of pitying contempt all who are weak enbugh to re sort to this means to improve their looks Another is equally as vain of her economical disposition and her knack of of mak ing both ends meet Sometimes her ends overlap each other and her econ9my amounts to down right stingness SEASON OPENS The THE excursion season is open again and the good citizens of the town may as well prepare to see our quiet village turned into a Sunday picnic ground forI the accommodation of a load of tough negroes who come out here from Louisville every few weeks during the summer Last summer the visitations of these excursionists became a nuisance and was a source of annoyance to the good citizens ofIr the place and the thing has opened again and on last Sunday the negro excursionist wits do cidedly in our midst and proceeded to take charge of the town apparently suffering no indpAVOnionco in getting into some of the saloons which ordi narily rospactthe Sunday closing to1mthatthlQiv3ii t 91119 SCtiipn towards suppressing this nuisance for it does seem an outrage to suffer such a thing to- og on There are some towns in the State where negro excur ions parties are not allowed to land But whether this is effected y a regular process of law or by main force and awkwardness I do not know but I believe it ould be a good thing for the of Springfield to learn h vowceed to follow suit IHOTI SHOT The who Sanctification have been holding meetings at the Methodist Church and in the Court- House Square for ttJe past week o Irhot into the saloons and an ounce that they propose making war on the whisky evil in this wipedouton county have been the battleS ground for several bitter tests on the temperance question and those preachers may be ring the opening guns of another such battle Mr O Stillsona merchant of Tarn l1IcolIl writes August 10 1S91 Fol ovn Kidney Cure Is meeting with won erful ft has cured some cases horo that physicians pronounced incur ablo I invsolf nin abla tri testify to Itjmerits My fAco today ia a living pIctt Cllreimayen year with the diseasa end todur I fcnl ton years ycungor than I lid one Year 020 I can obtain some wonderful certlncatPB of Its mnedkutl l qualities For ale by Ilnyilon k1obertoiim WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain tvntitcrl or fur sale or exchange Inserted in this cot umn or Fuiirprs arc re quested to send in stock or crop Items fuj ublIcation Sheep will get more 6n from poorland and do tho tenanceI Z ood at the same time than I other stock at the same time let ua ramomber tbey will liberally r pay rich and liberal feeding Mr A B Bouts rftof Highland homo had 150 acras of wheat that will 25 bushels per acre This year makeI lambs at 300 per head was a little the rise of 5 cents per pound His wool crop of 1700 pounds he at 17c Harrodaburg Democrat i Oil meal corn moal ground or catttioats can be always used to advantage with bran especially with mUch cows the amount muat bo determined by tho conditions in which they are fed and by what is given them in addit ion When cream is a special item too much bran is a detriment t t Prices seem to be picking up a bit notwithstanding the cry of hard times Railey Bros of Versailles have lately sold 20 saddle horses at Chicago for 8760 at an average of 337 Oone mare Ervina bringing 81200 Gay Bros of Woodford Bold a mare for a higher price than Ervina brought and sold a saddle stallion for 31000 Jar rett Bros of Woodford sold two geld ings recently for 950 and Stone 6 Sudduth secured an average of 320 for two cars of saddlers rt Cleveland Ball Bros got old time prices for aI Sar of saddlers In New York Don vilie Advccat t In illustratration of the tendency toI improvement of southwestern cattle it is reported that a single company operating in Carson and Gray counlicc pureIbredthat will sell as high as threeyearold paoIb1bcres will be cultivated in sorghum milo maize millet and Kafflr corn for winter feeding I t I A correspondent writing from Mun fordaville under date of Juno 11thI says There will bo a small crop of tobacco in Hart county this velar There is scarcely 20 per cent of last years crop sot out and that Is not doing well on account of cutworms grasshoppers ad the recent cool weather If the season is favorable from now on there will not be 60 per cenVot last years crop planted The plants are small and sickly and tbore bas not been a good eaoson lately j nly about jQper cent of the ysual amount of fto good was sown this year I5tDisyodrapri j T lt IsS CORRESPNDENCE PEM3iiLICK t From Our fpedkl Oomspopdent The rains of Friday end Satur duy wero of greaft benefit to our community Moat all the tobacco was set and corn tthinning finished A3 ageneral tiling people are very busy anl tthe social side of country lite has lijfjlt to relate oungpeoptival at East Texas on Sufidiiy and report nlarge number of people present Mrs It Kimb rUn of Tex is visiting her daugther Mrs UtW Good who has been quito sick since their residence in the village t Mr and Mrs Joseph UardinV Uhupelwood spent some days visiting I friends at Lebanon last week Miss Berenice Montgomery ot Springfield has been spending a week in time Country with relatives and friends near Pleasant Run Rev Father Ford filled his regular ap ointmentat St Ivos Marion county on Sunday llast Messrs San ford Logsdon andiWallace Adams spent Saturday and dutilay with their dnclc UolRobt ilcllvoy of Willisburg The harvest season began this week and the rattlof machinery is heard on every farm Thero is much speculation hs to the pros pective yield but it is a sure fact that the acrcage ta much greater than lat year The Sunday School organized at the public school buiUing a few weeks ago is increjising in nUen dance aiida loclchoir with an ex cellent instrument lit charge the Misses Uaikej adds on ofI tairling power to thgjjrdnnry IIces rho mnteretnnifestedVtrSkLr r1 our youiigpcoulc nl1thc to rclgiousjinstruction by the older nieaiberH of cohifeiunifv gives iho neighborhood high social and mural rankIThe spicy correspondence from jFrederickatoun in a recent issue on the school trustees election though m humorous vein Ins provoked LO some grave dipcuasions of the time mode and manner of disposing olS countyItservativo teachers others inter ested in the education of children that these Hubjeots be given a place on the programme for the approaching Teachers Institute nnd that tlic trustees of the county be invited to1 take u part in their discussion While it is true thai most County Superintendents anti notcably our own have set impart a Trustee Uy and extended gontrnl iiivi tation to euch chairman of the trics but very few have found tiico from the busy pursuits of the faire to respond It is however u matte worthy of passing reflection thai those omen are if they act at nil compelled to give their time anil compcnlllttioni to derive for the children of their respective districts IJ greater ad vantages to those same children can be gained by a practical exchange of ideas on subjicts in which both mutuallylinttreJ theirIare held by the patrons of time public school would bo dispelled Ia gieat measure if a number of the practical men who have been selected by their neighbors as trustees would come to the Tcich Pep1eIrisUtLite thebClIcfilRthey would bo to the common good of tho children and ot increasing value to the people f Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters a remedy for yonr troubles If not uetnbyttlo now and got relief Thru mcUioIno lies leifound to bo peculiarly adapted to 1ho relief and cure qf nllloiiiuloroiiiplainti t excrtlngn wonderful InUucricp In glv liKtrengtli and tone to tho qijjftns If you havo lloss of appetite constipation headache falntlnj spoils or aro nervotis tlceploBs oxoitapia ineiancholv tronb od vvlth disy8peUs Electric BflturajN uijdlelno you need Jldnltli nnd jtronglh are gturan teed by ttsutQ Fit tud Itayton nob tJIIua MOORESVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent Married nt the lesidenee of thor grooms lather Mr Jap Hoed Mr John Hood And Miss Bessie Ray Rov Mac Cheeser officiating May joy be ever theirs Mrs Mamma Dorsny vieitinj her sister Mrs Lulu Breeding at iaylorsville Ind The infant child of Sidney Gordon died at Woodlawn Juno 13th and was interred at Mt Zioixthe following daySMr Dan Good and wife of Lexington i nro visiting ihcir son w S Good at his place It becomes our sad duty ty report the death of Mrs Mary Clrvcr who departed this life June 15th intho50th year of her ago Tho tuna services were conducted by Rev Cliff Allen of the Chr stian Church of which tirre was a devotedmember Sho leaves a husband arid three children brothers anti sisters and numerous friends to mourn lid loss The remains worn interred tthe following dily nt the Parker family burying gnrind Pence to her ashes JJimrod Smith nnd wife arc yisic ing at EaSt Texas A much needed rain fell lost Fri day moning and consequently the tpbacco men have finished setting out their crops On Saturday night wehnda regulai storm wind tnunder and lightning our neighbors were 14a tornado but Sunday morning everythinj win bright and cheerlul and no serious damage in this section hasbecn reo portedWheat harvest will commence this week Mr Wm Rudd cindidato for Assessor WUg around lust week shaking hanJs with ttc boys IMr II D Snlea is gathering grabs seedat the rate of ten bushels per day We liuye often hard itsnid thct makeIville has an aFSurtnient for you can find men of every variety hero For Iiinstance one tcighbor leans anther a cnicken eating so she could destroy his neighbors fowls s till he claims to ho a disciple of Christ There Is Nothing So Good Tljoro mmtiiingagonmt an Dr Kings New Discovery for roiiauinpticii tough nnd coldso demand It and do not IurI 1tullprofit ho may claim something olso to bo Jjst as good You AVitit Dr Kinds Now lDiscovery liccauwo you know it tu ho lunfonnk reliable and gnnranloed to do good or money rofundod Kor tough ouldn consumption ind for nil nfliioiions of throat iliost and lumps thpro Is nothing rood as in Dr KlngV iJiscov rry Trial bpttlos tree ut hayden rHobcrtKons Drug Store Regular siz o nod fl MACKVILLE From Our Rccilhr Gorrcaponilcnt Wheat harvest is athantlnnd our farmers expect tho largest yield for several years 5Vulterwas the guest of relatives here this week Mrs Mary Derr has been quite ill for several days past Will Peter attended tho State Sunday Sclnol Convention at liar rodsburg this wotk J oh Ole Oiliof Louisville is with relatives here Mrs T E Wilson and daughter Miss Lula spent last Sunday at this place S G Cull bought of A M Fcrnllone cow aiiil calf fer 327 Mr J L Darnell ol Lexington was the guest of Miss Thorns Peters last Monday Mr anti Mrs Dave Johnson and Ci il Divino and wifo all of Rose IJill attended churoh hero lostt Suudoy Quarterly meeting will bo Jiqjd at tlib Methodist Church hcreVnext WJVttChimreiia day oxerclsea w raj held at thcChri3tiariOhiufch on lust Sunday TUei lioiiBe was titleil to ovciflowiirg atid the olflldrcn did tllI uglycnAi the conclu BjoIPcpC PQflStf t4Uftlnn inlerest iijrJPPler H Missionary wetS f SS which ho had prepared 10i the fiin J5Ubject7J8 it nathing tn youwbiehwas enjiyed by the attentive hearers A collection was then taken for the Fc reign Missionary cause lTheben very acceptable to farmers who have beejn feeling blue over ttho hot dry weather Several Jiiiyc ttobacco plants to setout yet and we think they will be rather Into r When a poninn ia losing llcsh anti wasting awoy there la caiiso for alarm Nothing go worries a physician Con Hiunptlvos WOuld never die rf slimy nld regain their usual weight In fuel there would bo no CoiiHumption if tfirro no wasting of tho tyslem nlie en use of thlnlois of flcsfi is a failure to prop erlv digest the food eaten finetonth f all kmr diatJivws datcr back to fome do raimojnent of tIll stoma The ShnkT Dig03fivo Coiiatyil Itp ILls W wllng of tne body It nets by caushig the food wo eat to bo di ostPd so an to do good for undigested food Jogs more harm than good Cordial cohralnH food already digested and Is a digcator of foeils as well Every mother liatojS to tiiako hor chil dren take castor nil feaxul ia sweet easter oil WILUSBURG- G B Hawkins is in Lawrence ttrg this wee- kMitsAdn Searcy is visiting Muss Lena Reed T J Miller has returned rom Louisville Dr Carrier CorBlshville was bAre Monday Ttfis Maggie Cheatham lieu returned from Mackville where she has been attending school J M Brown is in Blobmfield The contract to build a newI pohool house and masonic hall at this pi ice was given to uuu Colvin SattonI Seyoral of our citizens going to move from this arll We regret to give them up The sound of binders is beard in all directions Miss Lillie Burtonr won the god medal ia mathematics at Central Normalpolle e on Last WednesdayaMoland Dorr received a ver 11house11 fischopiQuite an interesting meeting is now in session at Rock bridge We are expecting two weddings to take place here soon Some of our teachers will at tend the institute a Lawrence burg iq July CONSUMPTION BE CUpED j T A Wooum M the Great Chemist and Scientist will send Free to the Afjj flleted Three Bottles of Hia Newly covered Remedies to Cure Consumption end All Lung Troubles Nothlop coulil be more fairer more rbI authropfc or carry more joy to tho aflUeted 9thriuNew VorJf CitycConfident tint bo has discovered n roil ablecure consumption and all bronchial nnd vuaktfess loss of flesh nnd nil condit ions of wasting ami to make lt3 gi cat merits known be rill sond free three Lot tics tJ any reader of tho KEwsLrjkUEB who may bo suffering fAlreadyrnodlilnu hits permanently cured thous iindii of apparently hopeless oases The Doctor considers his nllginus duty duty which Lioowea to hainanltyxto r donate his iufulliblo cure IttonII luborntorlcs t Un ufiiv of esperloucc tram those bcncfltted ed in nil l 0rt of th worlj Dont delay until it U too late fJonsump lion uninterrupted i oh ns speedy sad cam tain death Ade1rS TA Slocuju U C 98 Pino Street Now and vhcn wIV ngbo Dealer give oxprosi aud posrsfflc address and please weutloa reading this itrtilcleluTnnNirw ll AiBtt iSThe Declaration of Jinl jpn lenco Saved by 4Woltar In an historical nrtlcle recall lug the lustructthntf Our National capital by thoBrftish toruvt in left Clifford Howard in UK July Ladids Home Journal wit show that Jolly Mpdjton th 4nqst beloved an4 popular wo manor her day was couratoou and iearlfis in the face ofgeav Jang Iu the QlIl1sttrIDjT from Washington that pretdiS tho iuvasi n ly the Briii1 troops Dully MrtAiti V s iU last to Beeft stfcfo tiijlgb1 M y her truth apt befbrci qufttiog tno White HousoTaslho chernrad vanccd was to SCI3StbO Declar ation of Independence and carry it with bet ta a pfacB of jsaf6tjtf As the Wnite Hoiisew l limedSliately afterward Ipotel and burned by the British Mr How ard declares that bdtJQr btave jDoll ivIadisoD 1bprnelesar- chmentp w utd bavj3 beenSlu v slrpyed x2v0 oTIGitoFiEtO k J Fill a bottle or common water gla swIUf urin and let it stand tweittyfourhourn wHment or settling Indicates a diseased condition of too kidneys VThbtt urine stales linos it Is positive tHdoncc of kidney trouble Too freuuent dcKuvtaprinatftor liin in the back isaisocoovinQJn5 isbo f that trc kldncysandbladdar are Jut of prefer v IVIIATVO DO There is a i In tho knowlodyo ftez expressed ttutiir Kilmers Bwamp RpotJi t ha great kfdocy cmyfum1haocrysvIsh rc1orlICrnlfi Inpbaikiddnemsftver ladderiutlevery partofthifrtharypas Jages It corrects ihaWlity to bgfCt urine and scaldiog in pawing It or ader fonts folio u6o of IJouorv wine oribecrv and overrojjjcsjihat unploiSalji nscrsslt J of being compelled to get up many Umw duringthio nightie ulnate The mildand xJraordinarr effect of StriropRootls sopii realized It stands ibouhh9Stforits won dorful curas of t embst dtatrcsftlng rrsesi Ifyou need aniedlcfnajonshouldteTC the best Bold by drHpBJstsprtee fifty cents and cne dollar For a sample bottle and oaciphiet tout cnl free by ihaU mexttouSKBW yLCncpi and send i9Ur full posrbf ice address loOr Khmer tz Cov Ping htmton N LtTbe prJcriptpra of Ibis pa per guarantee 1bigenWnebesstblsoffor Ii Leslies ropnlar Monthly for Tllr Au importrmt and very ln sting historical pansr iis tJIlleading article entitled H rols f tof the Neutral Ground and treatsot the littIe 1rnowuhistqryS jof the patriots who prolc ted the fipmes and people of ih9 Saw Mill Valley N Y from the raldd f he lt Sb UlUK i the Reyolation ItisXvriiten m an ajftraolive style and sssipfp KuseJy illustrated t V xt ASSIGIEiSSSAL2SSj The magnificent farm pt 4BC- oopei containingvabpuj t 235 crQsituated on the Perry nils rcone find to half inflejs from 1Sprinfield If not sold sooerr- ivatelywillp be Offedtpttblitu- ctiona at ou1ihopsoJIlU Sgrin eld County Qourt dayin Au i list 1897 TermJ reagpnablr For pactioalars sea or wrifAlex Hamilton ITrQderiotowS Kyn Y ElroyLqbarionf Ky Robert Clements Spring field or the uhdoi iznim rr T W sflThfigilee of A Eo CoopEir A ILLiet4ersiLii r c AtLLJ1qttsiak- iiiInmapolJi Indwntte4tt Jat4urov or beforogj 1HrlltoVtiinpniat niiyUffb Thitr will sy thfliltjrjtJ yearn wo ImvO ixevnrJKJoii Nviliiout ICnonbj rlt in3 Oillc CholprRariil Ti rhqen Rdnieil llntliplion oand wy tlfo woulcl asotihSthink of lAn VfhJt jlnnjrn n bflltlft f this KcntKlv in the suIimiasr tnaV iV Webavo aswl it ArUb RllMireo ctf QUa nril itlina tuvart f IIcd 1 jisunj notslmply stop untuLlitt citfe libsfc Intel It la all rlnhtjntfil any aijyojto liortiioUylpydUzm EiJocatoVoiir IiowalwXVIui CMCIITStS ahf rni t cni rr iIGf1iCJS1Slct r l liJe pfsskp tso common In summertime accompanied by loss of energy llack of thoughtpover means a deficient supply oL nourlshr meht The vital force is lostt i jtlsnt a question of muscle aricLf sinew but of resistance and endurance At anz age buttjf especially In youth ft Involves the risk of lung disease ihQS3555 of flesh arrda cough arc threat ening signs w a ion ofCodlIYrQII with the hypoi f phosphites meets these casea perfectly It tones up fatten ndstjengthens L In Sclts1ll1ulfon th kS of the JDll Is fully dlsgulsea makirigiaImoatI as palaUblil 7t2 1t J i fI 1 t A V L w d j fj J H Hti J2X W r i4 l f THE NEWSLEADERII ffliHEWSLEAM E lOAVISO N JRc THURSDAY JtHtB 21 1897 f A iuNOE lENTS ff1oRafBdrnT JEIDG IPatteOn We ate authorized ttf announce Charles Patteson of Taylor county a candidnto fo Circuit Judge of tbo Eleventh JuUc1s- LIstqtcomIocdn or Marlon Washington Taylor andproea counties subject to tho 1a1ty1OVCmbrrn Lisle ilavVpfr r CvetJ apd oceepted tho ijplnlnation front the Republican party f thia Circuit Co Judicial IMstrlot fortjie oflice of Circuit Court Judge I our support is rnspectfnlly solloltod WJVLISLE 4i 4L FOB SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Peter Wo nro authorized to announce Or cehwth Poter asuruddttlato for JDouury utjnte dent of public snhooK cor r WashlnRton cbuniyjBnVjoct to tho ac tion of the D m1Qri1Ucprrty Saunders ji tVanra autlwriltod io arinotmco Louise J R aundeni us a caudidio tar thf office of muty SupeUntqndpnt of Cominqn J Schools or Vashmglbn county subject to tho support o flho voters pUho county and ibo eiidorueaientof all rWlItlcal par ties r FOR COUNTY JUDGE Morgan Wo are authorized to announce W u Morgan as ffcandldato for County Judge of wnS1ngtonCoimtysutjoet to the kctipn of tha Kopubllcan party 2 FOR REPRESENTATIVE Haysgci Wo aro authorized to announce James p hays as a candidate for Ilpprjsonta tlvoforWl1sbtniton County In thoLow J crH6u8Cot tho Kontucky Legislature BUbject4o the faction of tho Republican iS arty Keeling Wears antbonrod to announce W L as a candidato for tSIrtk forWashJngton County in tho Low LcglstatureiI t1IOClor5hipttled and Ir 0 JJ Sapp will the place in spite of some vigorous protests and against Tlci the wishes or Congressman Evans of the tru syille district Iis the general opi ion that the appointment will cause a r great deal cf disatisfaction zzamong the Republican ranks f and wil1 withOut a doubt have c1aD effect at the elections this i1aiLSI iI r SOME of tie good brothers who are gailty hadj better look out a little The General Assot ii cialion of Kentucky Baptists at Georgetown adopted a resolut iorjL declaring that no foe engag eUn th manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquors shouli be retained in church fellowship1- J adtb churches retaining such members should be denied rep Tesentation in the associationr ir Puesday was the Queens Jub HeeDay in London and along a iS 2 2otltenearl seven miles in J2length multitudes of people tilled rnvery foot of space to view the great parade The procpssion wasvieed bj the Queen Irom Buckingham P lace tcSDdmcratie atbVXiOijisville Tuesday resulted iin vthenomTnaUo of nearly every one of thei silver candidates l Charles P Weaver expost iuaster was Laminated for mayor iS 1 w ih opposition f Tim United Confederate Vet erans began their annual reunion at Nashville Tuesday an imI t mejise crowd being present The leature of the day was the ors tion ot Judgt Jqtn HanThousands of persons uso Sutllrrlands JEairlo Ey6 Savowho rioyor didbayo sore eyeaV It strengthens weak eyes tiHYouMOditIs this your paper KPILla The Bluegrass Press Boys On Their Annual O ing Have a Big Timen ROUL RECEPTI05 AT MIDDLSSBORO As the special train ovor the Louisville Nashville bearing t inhefrom Union Station at Louisville Thursday last about two hun drsd of the jolliest men and women that ever started out composed the party School boys never gave a college yell pith more pleasure than did the rooters the following Bali Rah II Rahm Who are w9 Scissors and Paste gang Dont you sue We are hot stuff SotheysayhBluegrass Press Boys KPALfthing bad been provided for the comfort and pleasure oir hadIIright of way as it sped on its way to Middlesborp the Magict Dity where the pencil pushers irItHeIthat place had to offer With the exception of an im portant stop at Junction Citya ttor dinner and a lew slow ups along the route to take on strag ling members the run WEB made straight through to Cprbin that town of railroad stops round houses and real live hus tle Here the excursionists were given an ovation which will no doubt leave a lasting impression iin the minds l taU concerning the enterprise and hospitality ofI he Corbin people During the stop of thirty minutes speeches were made songs were sung the band played and the editors walked around Corbin from a dull little railroad junction of a few years ago has grown and is making rapid strides toward I being one of the most important points in southeastern Kentucky Louisville Nashville has round house ahd shops located I there and about ihirtytivo hun dred railroad and other good people make up the population Will G Over treet who will qe remembered hero as the man who started the SpringdeldI News is there publishing the Corbin News one of the liveliest sheets in the state The citizens of Middlesboro bad prepared to do the heart y welcome att and right royally did they do it The excursion ists were met at tho depot by a brass band the local military compny the Middlesboro Cycle Club the Mayor of tne town and alt the leading business men and itizens who composed the Mid dlesboro Busines Mens Associ ation This organizilion had it is said raised a tund of 1000 for the entertainment of the guests and judging from the pleasirg impression made on all by open hearted hospitality of the Magic City citizens it wa bread cast upon the water The handsome Middlesboro hotel was made headquarters and an in formal reception was tendered the visitors on the first evening Friday the iron and coal mines and olhr points of interest were visited and a banquet was given at the New South Brewery and Ice Company roe management of the brewery certainly did the handsome thing end seemingly spared no expense nor pains to treat the boys to a spread to which they did full justice Mid dlesboro beer is rapidly gaining a reputation for excellence and the brewery is one of the handsomest as well as one of the most complete plants in the South The ball At the M idd lesboro Hotel Friday night wis a grand affair in every respect From Middlesboro tho party went on to Knoxville Chatta nooga Lookout Mountain atd the Nashville Exposiiiou and svat each plpce new wonderS and pleasures were revealed and en joyed Tno impression madeI3Jby a visit to Middlesbojro j ryffavorable one li iU by n- oti 2t eans a dead town Its popu tion is made up o josmopplitar and enterprising citizenship doc tney all work together for the good of the town The Middles boro Cycle Club is making a strong pull for ihe L A W meet for 1898 andwe know of o place where tho wheelmen would receive a better welcomeI Tdoroa no fn talking says V H Broadwoll druggist La Cygno KasI JiarIhoooof my own preparation and thoso of others I took a dose or Chant borlains and it helped me a second dose cured mo Candidly and nsciontious ly I can recommend it as tho best thing on the market Tho 25 aral 50 cent bottles for nalo by Huydon k Robertson Hundreds of thousands have boon In duced to try ChamborlaiuV Cough Rom 6ly by reading what it Jhas done for others and haying tested its merits for themselves are today its war nest friend P Drugistsgi Up in Mackinoo a year agoI met an old settler whoso entire life had been on tho island Im over 00 now o said and I have only one ambition which I would liko to see fulfilled be ore inquiredI I die tt dcn ho CepliedbPresidenttYepwithin ono vote of it last spring inquiredOf What WlSidcuNo sir Id rather bo president of Mack iuao than all the rest of creation besides Last spring I had everything fixed bnt ana of my men who worked on a boat hero got sick and was laid off election day over at Point St Ignace Thatt made matters Just even but thoy let a half witted dockwnllopcr vote null it carried tho day against me Ivo always felt mighty SOrry about being beaten that way YOU see ho was practically n idjitdidnt know enough to tale care of himself and it wasnt really a 11gncsold man continued Ho sawing wood for inoout in the back yard tlitronow r Chicago TimesHerald A race In Ilcr Thigh Tho most remarkable human won strositythat over saw the light ct day upon tho American continent ia little Eetauislao Arichi a 7 yearold Hj icau girl who resides with her foster parent near tho Httlo village of Morolia in tho state of Agnaecallentas Tho first that wits known of the exlstcnt of this rarest of all hnman beings was when a Mexican pappr mado tho following brief the last fow dayn there has been brought from Charo to Morolia a litHo girrvrho has a second taco on tho right hip between tbo hip joint and the knee If you compress the cheeks of this qnetrly situated face it opens its oyes Tho face tins a mouth containing three pearly teeth but the nose is entirely wanting Six months after tbo publication of tho obovo physician of Morelia site ceeded in gathering tbo following facts relative to this queer caee When sho had been in tho worM about two years on inflammation tho whole region of the right thigh set In which finally developed into an enormous tn morons cyst Then by degrees thero ap peared an eyo an eyebrow ono nostril of the nose curly lashes and finally the other brow Nnst appeared ono row of focr teeth and then the bangs began to grow rapidly and fringe tbo forehead Taken all In nil it is ono of ito most ciugahr ficaks iu tho human family that have boon reported daring this cen ttory The freak has boon described in the papers of both Vera Cruz and Mexico City the accounts cieaMng considerable commput amoDS tbo medical fraternity IT into uIarwit Louis Kcunbllcun Sorghum Fur two Country Gentleman gives this information concerning the cutting cf sorghum for fcod It should bo nearly ripe as it vill make richer foqd and euro bet It will heed out and mako a little seed cud this ehould be ripe enough to grow befom tbo crop is cut A light frost will help to cnro it and Vill not injuro it at till When it stands tip well it OUt b3 cut with the binder and bound in small bundles but should not bo fihocke until tho butts havo dried out well as there in danger of its souring if the fresh cut bundles urn set on damp earth If cnt with tho mowing machine euro as you would hay imd druw it in loose It may bo left out in tho swath uutil well cured and it iis littlo injured by rain as it is coarso and tho water runs through it and it soon dries Out bfifnro front if riot enonilE- verybody Says So Qa carots Candy Cathartic the moat won derful IIIl Jical ilisvovurv of tlio ego p cas ant ami refivslunK to tho tasio art trutitly posillvi ly on kiilnoya Jivir unit liowvls cleannin the oiiilro syni in dlllld colds cum hcnitnuliu fovcr rialiltiinl otiKll nliou and ItlliniiHiuwH 1loaco mill trv a Lox C C C toiliiy JS WIn hold uDd guaninlceii In curn hy nil ilrnttrfsU SiithcrltindK laJlo 10110 IIW anti iiriirlnnl in hlylo of pifkix ami 1llic11c4icontaiiM no Irnd and a Itllanlll1 tend euro for g run u tod lids sure oyes and tvt Bottled Up lowderorforbloodsamemercury or potash These drugs bottle up the poison and dry it up in the system but also in marrowtheThe suppleness and elasticity of the racking whileI ofid conitionContagious Blood Poisonthe curse of mtnkindis the most horrible of all diseases and has al ways baffled the doctors Their potS ash aiid inercurjj 1ottJi again atta- cltj some deUcat frequentlythe throat filling them with gating sores onlyknown disease It is guar VC1eIoison Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism ancer ojr any other disease of the f youBewareciukelood If you have a blood disease to your system Dont get bottled up Our books sent free to any address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga A mused Ntadcn Professor irkwood had a habit In tho mnpythingswork erased from tho board ho in dioatod it by n system of motions and so if ho wanted n door opened or olosed or a window raised or low creel Ono spring day he wanted a window lowered Ho pointed out n student and then motioned to tho window Tho student did not understand arid so he repeated tho motions morn vigorously than before The student still failing to understand tho gesticulations became more emphatic Finally thinking that something must bo done the student rushed to tho window and iuniued o t I f ct5is tTho eagle tho king of all birds is noted fur its keen sight clear and diH tinct vision So are thoso pomons who uso Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo weak eyes styes eyes or any forI or granulutcd lids Sold bynli dehlorH TAXfAYERS ATESTIOX All persons owing state andI county taxes to mo us Sheriff are hereby notified that thoy pos itively must settle same at once Ior have their property advertised and sold This is the last notion JOHN T CRAYCROFT Sheriff WC Why Rii oiIown Middlrsmanl Pay but ono profit between maker and usorandtbatasrflshtiustOnOOur Bayers Guide proves that Its possible Weighs 2H pounds 13000 Illustrations describes- tellsthoonopmzltprlcoofovcrS3cEiOand articles every thing you use We Rend It for IGcents thats not for the book but to pay part of the postage or exprussago and keep o2 Idlers You cant get It too quick MONTGOMERY WARD CO The Store of All the People Illil6 Michigan Ave Chicago 7STATB or OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO ff tClXTV FltANKj ClIKNKY lIluftoH Ontll tllltt is tho Hfiiiur jinrtncr f the llrm of I J Ohfiiev A To iloing biiHinifs in the tvI of Tolvdo and rorltCounty ttnto lidjand that said llrm will pay tho ONE 11UXDUK1 DOLLARS Fur each mil ovory cwO of catarrh Hint cannot bo cured by tho use of Hulls Cuturrh lroKUAXK J CJIENKY Sworn to before ifto mid suliMribrt in prosoncc thla tlh day of lJttCUl AI ISSII crI I AWOrB10X fHU Notary Public Jljills ntnrrh Clint Is ink Intirnnllv und acts directly on tho blood and miic uurfuccM of tho Hyhtom iind for toti loon titls froo J CMBNKY it CO Toledo O irSlld Ly lrttgglts The Jinc lcn Arnica SiureIThe biwt hdlvn In tho HruisiH Sorts tiwi Ule suit IUlliI nm KovcrHOrosTotffrrhapod hnius CoilhlniiiH cents and nil slcin eruptions tutu posltivily euros 1llis or no pay IofIPrlru 2i IcMts j cr Iox at llaydon Itiitorisons Jriiu Sto p ForiHill Poultry Yard 17EBlacjt JHuorcas Vest In the world Kggs 8150 rer w Y POYKTEB 1m Glasgow Ky Eggs For Sale rDrACH byrockerolpenEggspnlrthati iitLock Box 500 Danville Ky EGGS FOR SALE TInmbnrfprrQI1 h strAinllIlIlkpor MRS Y E McIXANIEL Smiths Grove Ky Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema mcidenttothesoby applying Chamberlains ye and casesJiavoequally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bite and chronic sore eyes 23 cts perbox Dr Califs Condition Powders an just what a horse needs when in bat condition Tonic blood purifier ant vermifuge They aro not food bu medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price ents per package When Baby we gays her Corwrlv When she was a Child six cried for Oastoria Whtl she become JIIss she clung to Castorla When sho had site gave them CastcrK TO CiJRE AC OII IN ONK OAV Take Laxative Broiro Quirin T blotP Ml druggists refund tho money if it sIs to euro For JIdo bj Ilnydon ROleI lion and Waters A Browfte Fob 0 tJmo SA NEW BOOK KNITTING ANP CROCHETING of 01 pages over 60 original deaicnq Hlu ratcd beAutiful ace pattoins nhuwlB hoods jackets etc lbs boon published by Tho Home In Milk St Boston Maps and wll he sent with a sulwcridtion to that paper Tho Homo is a liOpngo monthly lilled with original stones literary and do mestic topics and fiiHliioiiH Its depart mont of Fancy Work u special feature nov alid original designs irach issue TIc rarIa special inducement to trial siibscribors a copy of this look will ho piven with a 0 months subscript Ion I Ito prico of book is 23 cents but a months sub scripCion and tho mink mf inctlwil be sent for cents Thcirnnnuoi premium list for 1897 uill be sent froo on applies tlon CASTORIA For Infants and Children TTTAcrEIFAITIlFUr MEN OR rssponVtIll ky Salary unit expenses 0 tiilfuii pci iiuuient Bofireiico Encit srlfmldiefsid ctnnipetl tnvelore TitNational JoXUNEWS LEADER l 00 a year eOatUQClHTTTT BUTI5CUUTT WORMS WIIT8vJj F GQE GE FOR 20 YEARS Has rod all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVERYWHERE Fmnnd tI 3 TfliLEBS BDCKEYE TTCORES HOTKIHB BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 yoars ns the iBESt REMEDY for PILES SOLD BY ALT JJU1TOGIST8 rrip ri4t7 uz OTtOUM Dont Tobicro Spit uni Suck Tour IJfe incj To quit sot necc easily und forovcr be wag netlo full ct ills noTO and vigor lake NoTo Use tho TVonleitrorUrr that makes weak men tiroiii All ilrwjfflnu Wcor JI CuroKuann eed Ilooklct ami wiinplo free Address Btrrllnj Kctnoly m rilvo or Now York SM KMRRICKDEALER JN BUGGY rOPSWHEELS CUSHIONS SHAFTS STURM APROVS BUGGY WAiON HARNESS SADpLESFAKM WAGONS MACHINERY II PJLL ISTOOX OF FANCY AND STAPLE- GROCERIES 1 IDWARE TJN YARE GLA SYAR sStHs- iii JE 8PRthiGQOODS1 4 = = = iSr VI e are new nceeivirg ur Spring lfilsIfJiJ r ingi a great 5Sassortment of f DRESS GCO S PERCAII ES WflITCCOJSr DRESS TRIMMINGS 1 9RiD J4 4 igDUCKS GINGHAMS DLflTLES4 r F51tMBROIDER1E3 LACES Etc c 7 rlr itCORSETS GLOVES AND HOSIERY 4 I 5 7aSf7 Ia3 tGENTS FTJRKISFING S X l rit7 + rIncluding n large variety of Fancy Dress and eciigplSbirts YFancy and Plain Underwear llosierj and Suspenders C r t i CLOTHING fz i 1I W fWP J1J Yf Childrens clothing m betttr styles and loiver p1c i c + Ie j tIsJiown before He sure jou see cur JInn bclore you buy ilsptvlii JSHOESJ t tDont f il toSl our line of Hclmcr Bettrriopn tCos fiive 8hocs and Drew Se by Cos women and childrens ffne shoes Theroifare rr no lines in the markct superior to these in fit style and wear W CARPETS Etc twraro showing the greatest stock of Cirpcts Rugs Linoleums riMattingj Oilcloth etc of any house in town Lace Curtains and Iiades xin nil prices Hundaojneat line shown in this town ace for Tourself7 J WALLPAPER j 1 Si tp in andsee sockof 8000 rolls hcomhmutlonsnew lchculor jogs in rod green blue Bud purpks with bordebitedceilingajo jmarth v tSWe thank you for past patron g rand most oJi7 dially solicit a good share of your patronage thisylar t CUNNINGHAM UNCANl rr r- tor J BURTON flKN4ATDOicSfl45ff J JJ h W BURTON c9 iiundert BEN nDS Sn MAirAanu J7i t1 fFuneral Directors ii I COFFINS CASKETS BURIAL f2 IiIiOF ALL ROBES KINDS lc Jcf or nipbt The services of an EXPERJENCED EMBALMER a 1 graduate ftora school of emC aiming have been engaged Q e i jLt ii FJM BURTON CO iI HAGAN 13TocrSPRINGFI LD KY l J C t Look Out for Spectacle PeddIorsiV EyaGIass s andSD ecacI j GuaranteedSatisfactory i TWENTY YEARS EPERlENOE FINEST SPECKS INS bnib RtiQLDS15O TO 4SO PERPAIR EDMRVSELLSII MDSOMEIJIQOF THElYBHTc33utYcitr IOUISVILLE KENTUCKY cbnrnttis tWc fairingto m FC5rutrPaturtfpQtea Very LoW ff 5 lA t 1L 7UvI v fw z r r r i IIfrt r r lj 2 t t f t ffi JY it t t i 0 t THE UEWSLADER T i JiLLJJ4TilE NEWSLEADER t PULISTI3D EVERY 11I1AADAr MorX jrj t ST 8100 PIR IP ADV- ANOXiiiEER7JP Dr F 2 DENTIST ill Dental Operations Ferfoime vi TEETH EXTRACTED J WITHOUT i Tn Springfield every first I day mid Friday each PAIijj r OFFICE Over No BiBJi FOU tlnomce Ky WF NEIKIRK F I ATTORNEY AT LAW L OFFICE with C C McCaoRD T JJFT RINEHflRT 1OFFICEHOURS 12 to 2 p m EVERY DAY SPHINGFIELD KY V DIUM BURTON I RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I Omctt nnpan Block over Mansflpl 30DS re SPRINGFIELD KY Crown aDlBrldga Work Specialty DR J H LAMPTON J eOFFICEi oven cmsarr jisntcn 07 0 1 REMOVAL I have removed my place 01 busiLess from Main street fc Start ot the new building on War street next to the Berry Hotel I will keep nothing but the BESI arid PUREST liquors and ask share of your patronage Respectfully JOHN F GREENE sR HARMON THE LIVERYMAN r i Firstclass livery outfits New buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion part es or- drummers Tbe most convenient bitch ILK and feeding place in- tawn I MAIN ST SPRINOFIELD KY J Woo n thmk WantedAn Idea of tome UnpM ProUd rl4Lthat sn7 brlg WrUalomCWwDERDUIUI Pateftr 1 WI P for their 183 prtO D4Ugt tSI ir roun nACtc ACTIK OCyVLfltOrfl tUY good It i gennI JuorPlnJII 1IIlU Nf limN n cure d11L ppdUe Scid ra afl dea1in mcdldoo DR HARRY M BARGI OPTICIAN T Cincinnati Ohio Will bo in Springfield on his next regular visit on Juno 30lb to retrain four days f All persons wishing to consult i him about having eyeglasses fitted should remember the date an 1 that he can be found at the Thumai House or at Dr Rays office Eyes tested Free of Charge and Satisfaction Guaranteed SSCo Cijro constipation ToroTer TkoCicrets CandY C1U1I1rtlc1Cc rltc- n Icc f cci t 1P1Qn i fi 0 41 J t GOrpcL 6 MELRQY HULTZ J FOR Grain Cradles Cradle Blades Granite Ware Galvanized Scythes and Swathsb Iron 1 tuckets Tubs Etc Hay Forks Builders Hardware Tobacco Hoes Etc Carpenters Toots Etc Agents For OLD HICKORY WAGONS See the ONE MINUTE Ice Cream Freezer Razors sold you and not proving satisfactory will be taken back and money refunded 7w la AUoursiDdenl will have the opporlunity of atteiiding THE KENTUCKY STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Which meets in Bowling Juno 2930 and July If you want a bettor education prvpnre yoursjlf for teaching get a better certlca or to thorough tocnsis It will pay you to write us Bpucinl Kniphasls put on the TgACU You can enter now and find classes to suit you Mention course wanted FSTWrito now CHERRY bROS Proprp Southern Normal School and Bowling nOn Busimsf Colics Howling Oren Ky ABOUT T0WNJIHIGHEST cash price paid for wheat oats and grass seeds C C McGjLL DR F R WILDER Dentist of Louisville will be hero next week Thursday and Friday on his regular monthly visit THE commencement excercise at St Catherine yesterday at tracted a large crowd from ad joining towns as well as from this county EVERYBODY should go to the raspberry supper given by the lladies of the Baptist church atI the Courthouse tonight 6 to 10 pm It is for the benefit of the church rROUND trip tickets from Springfield to Nashville Tenn essee Exposition on sale daily at following rates Tickets limited to seven days 450 tickets limited to 15 days 085 tickets limited to November 7th 935 NOTICE is hereby given that I will apply for a reissue of stock certificate No 355 for 31IJ shares of the capital stock of thet First National Bank of Springfield Ky Said certificate No 355 was issued to me on July 12ti 1894 and has been lost TW SIMMS DR GEORGE SHAUNTY Pres ident of the Springfield and Bardstown Turnpike Company was in Frankfort last week conj suIting with the CommissionersI relative to the sale of the States interest in the turnpike com pany DONT forget the entertain ment at St Dominic Hall tomor row night A farce und negro minstrels given by home talent and for a charitablo purpose The program will be interesting and patedIa good attendance is antici A BARN belonging to James F Gregory this county was struck by lightning during the storm last Saturday night and soon burned to the ground It contained a lot of valuable farming implements and two horses Nothing was saved and the loss will be about 2500 with no insurance AT the young ladies declam atory contest at Stanford Friday byJBowling Green formerly of Crab Orchard The first prize wis a gold htMiss Lou 52S i Clark of Danville was given the second prize a handsome stand lamp The decision was not altogether a popuLir one as the audience seamed to be large ly in favor of Miss Clark who far surpassed any of her pro vious exhibitions of elocutionary skill Danville Advocate Miss Clark is well known here having won first prize in an oratorical contest at this place last summer Dont neglect chub Ohtlla bring on congestion congestion bi ings on oath You can curq chills and become stout and health I by using Dr Balls Pepper mini Chill Tonij THE NKWSLEADEK and almost any other or magazine sent to you for about the price of o- neFRSON7L Walter Lea hman is on the sick list R J Browne and Stlth Noe were In Lebanon yesterday Tom Medley is home again from Notre Dame to spend his vacation Mrs R A McElroy entertained t euchre last Saturday afternoon J A Boulware attended the Kentucky Baptists Association meeting at Georgetown last week Miss Noehas returned from very pleasant visit to relatives Williamsburg Ky atI Miss Florence Bryan a pretty and charming young lady of ETown is visiting Miss Pearl Connor of Fred erloktown IJudge and Mrs J T 0 Noo came home last Thursday from Williams vilJitIlIenryjomesyule where they are attending the Bryant Stratton Business College Sir Fred P Caldwoll and Miss Katie Cain Mr B D Lako and Miss Zolmu Thompson wont out to Tatbam Springs yesterday to spend several days Mrs Dr Ray entertained the members of the Springfield Histrionic Club orchestra and Mr and Mrs James Prather Mrs 0 D Gates and Mrs 0 R Urundy at her home on Tuesday evening Missus Willie Mayo Naoma Thompson and Ruby Lampton and Messrs Theo Campbell Clel Cunning ham and Charley Green attended the entertainment given by Miss Katie Litsey Tuesday evening Popular Will McElroy came up from Louisville Sunday to spend the day calling on his friends Will has been with the llbinsoaPettot Drug Company for the past few months and his employers speak very highly of him Penny Wise mill Pound Foolish are they Wilt lavg tint Fuloys Colic Cure Lyhayden 3 01 PAYS FOR Y jfBOARD TUITION Everything furnished for the Spec ial Summer Term of S weeks which 0 oegins June 8 1897 Green tAkea from paper Alice BASE BALL Bardstown defeated Spring field yesterday by n score of 18 to 6 Our boys showed that they aeeded practice and needed it badly as there were only three hits made oil Cofvin The vis itors put up a better fielding game than when tlu y were here before Charley Noe caught in his old reliable waythat too without any practice behind the bat this season Catcher Bill Wilson of tIlt Louisville Club says taking his age and weight into consideration he is one of the finest still Mr Wilson and Vice President Charles Dehlej Of the Louisville Club came up to get an eye on Colvin and wore well pleased with his work in the box and at tho batColvin getting iu his third home run this season The following is the scoreS123456789 Raristown6 13 0 03 0 0 O1- 3Springfield1 0010200 20 Hits Bardstown 3 Springfield 2 Struck out by BUnco 9 by Colvin 7 It has bofin dincoverodthat eye salves nul waters eontiiiniritf auuar of loud iftcn juoduco lesid IltJlbOnIu faUkl toIiKlil if not to life Yon run u risk lining nudi ireiarjiioiM To iiruvtually anti upcodily tool ponnanont ly euro sure eye Krannlittotl lids or MtjoH without tho oaoituIity of evil aftir etlectH tie SUtliurlandu liuglo Uyoialvo GOG AND MAGOG f ariou Tradition Ilelntlng to Thee e Tww Fasuuoa Olant Who were Gcg and Mngog EnaltHh tradition says that they were tho lust tf a rate of giants who infested England Until they were destroyed liy some of tLo Trcjuus who went to the Urituh isles After tho destruction of Troy jog and Mnpop it in paid were taken cap t jive to London where they were chained at the deer cf tto rnlnco cf tbo king Vheii thty died codcu images of tbo two giants were put in their places In the course of time a great fire destroyed there but ncw if you ho to London you will see in the preat hall cf ono of tho famccH buildings tho Guildhall two immense wooden effigies of men called Gog and Mngop But there are other traditions of tho two gianK Ono is to the effect that when Alexander tIm Great overran Asia bo chased into the XEOuulaiua of tho north an impure wicked and man eat ling people vho were 33 nations in num ber nut who were shut up with a ram part iu whioli were gates of brass Ouo cf these nations Goth end another Magoth from whirl we readily get tho names of tho mythical giants It is sup posed however that tho Turks wero ireaut by Gog and the Mongols were the children cf Magog Wo thai find mention made of Gcg and Magog in many books iincluding the Bible but bcre is tho fercat wall oDd tho rum part of Cog mid Magog whatever may huvo been tho fact thit gave tIm names of tho two giants to that portion of tho structure Noah Brooks m St Nioho Knpoleons Grow tit In Ccwmopolttanlur NUll lcon crdcrcd Jloriuont in case Blucher shcnld nscnio tho offensive to abandon Paris ainl hasten to Chulous This vas not a sudden decision The couriugcuey had been ineutiuued in i letter of Feb 8 to Jo cph and ogafu rum Utiuifi ynubuUJ iLJ UcUous tQ 2 I Do You Travel If so never start on a journey without n IMr Isaac lIoner proprietor of thf n01IOftll01J1gtWldC1Y tlrdo years of Btitlirin Ho says have not nullrfoni cMiiiinenU of Inn gouge to convoy any iJof what I su fond lilY physicians told me that noth ing could tin done for too and n3 friendn woro fully con laced that nttlihiR but death could roliovo mo of inv siillbriujr In Juno Mr Kvons then salesman for tho Wheeling Drug Co recommended Chainhorlains Fain llalin At this time my foot and limb were swollen to more than double their normal size and ItI scorned to mo my let would burst but soot aftor using the Pain Balm the swelling began to decrease tho pout tl leave and now I consider that I am tirely cured Female by liaydon A Uobertaoc Keep Inc eroprcEa and too King ot tcme from falling into Austrian hands were issued to tho came correspondent UDu uot abandon my eon tho emperor pleaded ulU1d remember that I would rather see him in tho Seine than in tho hands of tho enemies of France Tha fatecf Astanyux prisoner to tho Greeks has always seemed to mo tho uuhap picst in history In this ultimate doI cision Napoleon showed how cosmopol itan ho lied grown Ho had forgotten if ho over understood tho extreme con tralization of France Ho should have known that Paris lost the head of tbo country was gone and that tho dwarfed limbs cculd develop Httlo or no national vitulilyuLifo of Napoleon by Pro- Cessor W M Sloane in Century IfortUllAte Accidents of the worlds greatest inventions have boon the result of somo accidental union of forces the naturo of which tho per son who started them neither under stood nor suspected The working of dynamos nt long distances apart when properly connected was din covered by accident A scientific journal says Soon aftor the open ing of tho Vienna exposition in 1873 a careless workman picked up tbo ends of a couple of wires which ho found trailing along the ground Ho fastened thorn in tho terminals of a dynnmp to which ho thought they belonged while they were really at tached to another dynamo that was running in another part of tho grounds The dynamo to which he fastened tho wires was not running hut as soon as tho wires woro placed in its terminals it revolved as if a steam ongino was driving iit Tho workman was amazed Tho engineers and electricians were astonished by tho discovery that n dynamo electric machine turned by steam power would turn another similar machine a long distanco away if properly connected to it by olectrio wires Thus originated ono of tho most revolutionary applications of oleo tricity Tho fact that power can bo trans mUted for miles by olootnia wires is ono of tho most important factors in modern civil engineering achieve tnonts INVENTORS AND PATENTS Worth Carolina has one Inventor to every 18597 of its people There are 4ofil patents for the man ufacturo of furnituro other than chairs Of mechanical motors there ere 1775 known to tho officials at tho patent of lice Tho inventors of artificial Etone and the manufacturers of limo und cement kayo taken out 1150 patents Tho art of printing is covoroa by 5833 patents either of machines special devious employed in tho work Tho young American idea is taught to shoot by menus of 793 patents issued on as many cdQcationnlappJinncOR Tbs Corn Crop As gOOd authority aa Waldo F Drown of Ohio favors husking ecru with the excollfiit machine that aro now used for tho purpose und which cut and shred iho fodder at tho same time Iu n letter to Prairie Farmer ho writes- I mot scores of farmers at the institutes tho past wintar who had handled thiir corn and fodder in this way and whilo they had in a few cases been tronbbd with tho fllircddod fodder heating I think wo shall learn to manage it so nn to avoid troublo and loss Thrash lug th rom pats tho oddar in excellent pbapc but shelled corn is troublesome to keep If we adopt the plan of thrash lug wo will bo obliged to make gran aries with good ventilation so that the air will circulate through and I think it can bo arranged Jl else wo ninstkiln dry tho corn In somo way tho question will bo solved practically for there u n growing appreciation of tho valno cf corn fodder and the benefit of chrcddiui it anti the manufacturers of husking and shredding machinery oro experi menting and will doubtless find out a safe way to nuuiago tho fodder Sixteen Better Might I ask said the lady front South America why that plain person ct tho far side of the room arrogates un to hcnolf mauy airs Ghb ii a Daughter of tho Revolu tint saul tho one interrogated hi awed tones Krr ancestor fought In tho Revolution Oh eald tbo lady from South America 11 myself am a daughter of 17 of them1 limiaunpolia Journal Gtartlnu IZlci night I ran deeply interested in discovering Jho lost tribe sof Lsniol said Mr Musty as ho canio in mid sat dovu by tho busy editor for an hours discussion of tho subject So replied the min of rcccurcca Thy dont you adverliso fQr them Tho business office is on tho flrct floor Here Dick show tho gcutloman to the advertising department Household Words The anise seed plant crov3 Bpontano onsly iu most of thQ QQauUiea around the Meditcrrancau 7t it iS S t 4 0 r CUREODNSTlBKnOM ifo Alt I 25 50 t DPUGGISrS ABSOLUTELY GUKRIHTEEDtoeurelDrtlseorconJtfptI01l tlartthelWIbI t ftllJ11tDtllnn1 5am plund bootlet tow STFRLINI TrVra Ilontreai eo cr7rw Tort iii ODIOvoo oco OD4 se s w GRAND REMOVAL SALE c Our large stock of new spring goods v w mustbesoldS5SS- rrfEEGARDLESS OF COSE Ii We mu t reduce our stock befbrewembve 1ff new quarters Out loss is ybur gain DqritJrlirf avail V I yourself of this opportunity buy New Spring Goody at less price than anybodys old and shopiwornjstUffT jip Lot of oda Suitsionly 3uO worth double A H iis i1jJMens Black Cheviot Suits S39S worth double Vv V J h Mens Allwool Suits 5 00 worth double J J Mens Fine Suits 750 wbrth 812 00 t vr fe Jy Mens Extra Nice Extra FillingSuits 810 00 wdrtht5Oac T f rvPull line of Boys Suits and Pants aVSacrificed PrldesrSpace iwill not permit us to mention the greatpargainaw re pfferin f 7 but a visit to our store wbl convince you that you can make mpney 1 by buying here f Mr t f4 McChord Robertsonti+ cZ T BIG PAY Tn HUStIers I st ir iWe want capable representatives to handle the tasi tlneoffv iSTANDARD Nursery Stock on the marfcefe Also some SPEO IALT1ES that sell with the menlionbf the frames JVpplIcaticns must be accompanied with the best of business references r i iAd ress DOWNER BRIGGS UOWLhrGREENJ y WANTE DHb2 iTwo Men in each County in this State io rpesthtusSV 1no experience needed we drill you free of charge at your homes v tl A liYOU CAN EARN 75001PERmON Ii fUNTIL JANUARY 1898 3 SSREAD WHAT OTHERS AFED- O1NG5Sit L THOMAS OSVORNE of Georgia says 1 cl lre1120ttpila yli 71 REV W BROOKS of Arkansas 818hI cleared 2535 this week and k 1Qtt one tiny II iREVfdud made 83745 J fRBV tC B TIIURMAX of Texas sarshThe firstt1ourIbi ti2toJ Mus VAN DAInTY ofTNorth Carolina says QIn 22 days I made 56 J r 1 j Wojcoull plvo hundreds of just micli testimonials hndvro the sbnco Wilto today if Tou nro but of employmont Hurt wo will anfwoc onat once bj BCiidlfppr Y 4 rcsonutive to see you Address e tfRIVERSIDE PUBLISHING COMPANY DEPARTMENT B ST LOUiS VO 1 IMBU DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER V5 Which Saves you 4 Big Profits I The Commission Hoasat The Vfhofosahr The Jobber cad Store Keeper E ROSENBURGER CO 202201 nmf a KEWYORKCITf Oar QreatBargalns V500Ii QUITS vFOR 1I A0 ftQ flops fldonts Suits Sizesi 3 to 15 wltb extra pair of pants 293 r impcrttdWool SsltorCortTwI11Stetth very bnt in Sites for J to yean without Set Patterns Btlaw Lightning Hot Crop Whata Fumv Kfame t Very True but It Klll3Ar Pain Sole Ev rWt1c Eyery 3 yr Without RoiTh1a No Par CUSTOM MADE ORDER l tBla OTI7oI WoofFancyWotj mae latest style mdt FrlndSatlOSin the best of Tailor manner it la your town for 1600 14104 v Tha sami ratde forVoothX ilR to Inionj rants Coat U1iJ tlfChVlUTDiiJ Tt h1sIluIni4ulgI varnirt thob1itutLl It promotes tin oircuhiutilkSul Jllo blond lL wUJ jrvuit hue dullinfo UlI itjerii JrultmlIJ11f HIriP lle h Jcn Lf niJUt I VJ I i j j c f Ji fhA jcij k kf jt rIt NiuuS LE AD EP J i1I5 ActaWePcp3t10flf0tA5 sIinitatIIg jheroodrntdRegula- 2SlQInachsldI3oweLscf olrom- otesDigestionChccrftiI nessandl2StContIts neitiser OptuaiMorpaine nOr Mineral VVI ifOT NAR co TIC JJldJJrSUaJJIJirIl Jiel MJ azJr l jk r ApcffecflemCdYOCOfltlPZ1IioftSotIr WbrrasConvulsionsFeverish nesmdLOSSOF SLEEP l TacSunite Signature of aNEW YORK COPT OF WRAPPER t V Tti Make Latht Shades Among the pretty lamp shades A4 be seen today one of the duin test and most artistic is the d1Yi ate hewer shade One made I ini the design of tne tulip in any fiertrrred or the white with delicate V Vtreoking3 of crimson on the 6ujer sdges of the petals is a delight vq the eye and particu iariyi approiinaw for the tulips SOti says a Philadelphia f liRecord1 writer VVsmake this shade choose 9rpe paper of the color desired 1thtLIVVvy base of the shade are the other requireS tnehts The retals ohen itVn number1V and therefore iin wldth The gram of the paper must run diagonally bias shall Kirxye call 11sothat th3 petPb 1an be pulled into shape The Vices of each petal must bo J carefully pasted together down vireteLweeDritQR small brush is best for Vihis pcrposo Lay each petalI a ay to dry under sono pressure If there laB slight 4 3ecncvto cqrl iVSVhe dry take each of the i iand bend hVVWItbVthe fingers a blight curve guard at the center and a de Ched bend out at the tip jjtrSt Jike the natural flower with its teauttfnl curves A tiny piece Vo invisible wire is twisted into 4 VVb1ltt1e loop on the inner side of v each petal about twothirds of the distance from the base abroughorITafih0wirois run to hold parts in place after the sLade isi yeady to be fastened over the ctpalsfg1ole or the flower out of j green paper or whatever knc jvbest suits the taste Out thefn y themehape as the completed X petals about bno foarlb as large nod make whatever number it requires to give a pretty finish to the shade MaTre the ring of v yrfre at the base the exact sze required then turn up the lower part of each petal and paste pyer the wire and add the sepals y oneiatea ime If the shade is to tuliptfiebhaded with verm ilhon in watercolor JJtJIungV Chang Reads the Couttiry Lt Hung ChapgV secretary has rccutLvwjten to The Cen turyjqoLesiressing the pleas GeDieraiioitcoPortert rticlEs Campaigning wftu Grant now Mrpethicksays v Hlsi fecellency M had read v to him General Prtersarticles on General Grant and has been greatly interested in studying the character of his greaijfjeiend toJinfrrhe greatest h of hisl cam f S 1 iIQaj SEE THAT THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF IS ON TH- EWRAPPER OF EVEE3 1BOTTLE OF CASTORACutorla h not sold in buD Dont nllcr anyone to cell you anything iIso en the plea or promiid that it igltJt2tj as good and vill answer every pw poss 6ea that yen get OASTOKIA = w = am wnfrU paigns for the preservation of the Union It is a rare privi lege to read of such deeds re la prtedhonorably participated in them NEWS NOTES poSenatorDeboe stood that all such officers a deputy collectors storek S Thdax vice Even it there are shortly taken out of the classified list by C1lorwIth theso appointments Tie collector of internall revenue isI e proper person to apply to not the senator IWtJ are about to annex the kingdom of Hawaii to the Uuited tates We dont specfally need dont specially want it but we havent been doing much else t tIiharfur some years and itseems to e a nccdssity that we should get a move on us in awav ofI manlIest destiny It seems to settled that a treaty bas beI concluded and that W is likely to In erethe annexation of Hawaii we shall also increase the population dofItpoent4000000 little less than 50I ahead This may be deemed a ighli price to pay for increase of population considering that we get tbosands of the same kin dpu and equally undesirablo people b foyparonily without charge beyond the cost of keeping them in the almsbouses and surpressiog their riotous proceedings w law fnLidiogis a uniqtfp feature of population of Hawaii theI t 81hatembraces almost every class and condition excepting the classes handmostI desired for American citizenship Philadelphia Time The little sdn of Georgo R Moore who lives on the George B Bryan farn near Russells CrossRoads recently found be tweed the spingles on the roof of an old lug house formerly OCr cupied by Mr Bryrns father ae smelt silver coiu with the picture of George III and 1776 engraved jl thereon The coin is worn al most smooth and the inscriptions are hardly legible Mrs G W Lytie has in her possession quite an ancient Spanish piece ofI money that bears the date 1777 and also the picture of Uharles III andidfather Thomas Foley who rasided near the Republican church in Fayette couflyNicboJas ville Journal Seeing our mention of there mark dbIe longevity of Mr John C Hill and his brothers and j sisters Squire JubuBaley was i reminded of the fact Lhon his mothers side there were and are j yjet anu raher otold people IllS Ltt mother who was from Virginia and whose was3etteight of whom lived to be dyer eighty Mr Baileys mother ws ninety three Mrs Ejwklell Haonm Emotherjstile 28th of last month She lives in Pulaski and is yet hale and hearty Her husband was one of ten children none of whom died under seventy ad the three that are living range in age from seventyone to eighty Stanford InteriorJournal Saida gentleman at the Vic toria the other day The President of the United States stands iu considerable danger since the attempted assassination of the president of France the othersday for there are thousands cf cranks whose heads fire com pletelv turned by this sort of things and a tragedy of this nature is generally soon followed by another of like kind butit is a hard matter for ann of these lunatics to injure the caief exsecutive of our country now as he is closely guarded by private detectives who are quick to do tact ary peculiar action upon the part of strange individualsT TLo senate made rapid work on the tariff bill today There were no long speeches Thirteen pages wera disposed of carrying the senate through the ag ricvltural schedule and up tca schedule H relating to spirits wines etc During the paragraphs oh dairy products farm oducts fish fruits and nuts meat products and miscellaneous agricultural products were acted on The finance committee pro sed many changes in the main advancing rates somewhat erSov those already proposed e committee was sustained on every vote Byron used great dful or hair drass ing but was very narticular to liavo only thobelt to 10 foiuul in tlio market If Ayors Hair Vicor had Iwn obtain ImoItested Its inoritKas so many distingtiisl cd nod fashio uublo peojilo are doing uova das NoToHnc for Fifty Cents Gunrantcc Uihncco habit cure ninlr weib- inea strong blood pure Well All ilructist 1ne brl1un J5r17 In plain Euplish we nootl n larger army than we have got ntpresent That sboald he co cuuiiot be regareleO- Avith uiiy astoiiishniput Since 1880 we have net only added Bumiii to India nut greatly eulnnod onr froiiticrs to thor uorth and cut we havo otTtipiw cnrIpossessions in South Africa havo m u new empire on tho east coast and doI olhcr on tho Niger niul have greatly tendcdour rcspouHibilitus in the far caalcru nrcliipclago But though wcI have filiyhly increased the numbers of otu1 army iu those ypnrs wo have not ne so ii anything liko the proper pro rtion Wo havo incrrasd the ouipiro tho area of three or four of tho grens willedjislands Srch economy is tho merest Ifo lly No fanner tak on a iic w fanaI Ptailjrl cxpsctn mon and horses who could only just inauaRo tho plowing hI II rt to plow thc new ground also ho ends by rniuiuy his Spectator bUBiuCILondollI Old Ao la Eiicland A took Oil tho RnbjiKt of old age j published in Knglaiid wnuo titan ago- rnhhe4 sonic inteivltiag i1onnat ion couwruing reuunariaiifl Of the 53 mcjitioncd 80 were females Eleven of theao were single were married bud widowed Three only vfrro in Inn cnt circnmstances 28 vcr coinfortablo and ID poor Nino wore fat IS in aver ago condition and 20 thin Thirty nix ad good appetites 10 moderate and 2 bad Fifteen wen total nlwtaincrx 21 urauk a little were moderate and drank whatever ho could gjt There wrro hard mnokrrH being womj n The average time of going to bed wan 9 oclcrk awl7V1wre bedridden Twenty four hail no teeth and ouly 4 had artifi ciall tooth Coreet Govern Juuabcrert with quite new thinG are corset covers without sleeves ulso wov n covers whirl clasp the body tixhUV without wrinkle or crease Daintiest cf nIlu112 the fine lawn corset rovorn which receive their eurichwect in line I THEINfLUENCE of the Mother shapes the course gQerationsgocssounding ages and enters the confines of ternity With what carp there re should the Expectant Moth ere theffortmake her life joyous and happy r OTHERS FRIEND allays all Ncrvousj ness rcilicvcs the Headache and Cram Nausea p SI fully pares and soI that CfaiZdMrtfa is made easy and the time of recovery short e t 5hans Turescr and child All who have used Mothers Friend say they will nov er be without it again No other remedy robs confinement of its pain A cnntomer ho3o wife uef 3Iotlior8 FrJead ordegIu3 f f be 1tiGUllll1uoT tECTNTjlod MOTHERS m nuablotiOCLOu PLEASOREYILLE POULTRY YARDS ofWbtlIdel1hos BrHhmate ylrtfo trldrsaklOt J R MOOUE Pleasurevilic Ky tiM OUR FRUIT TREESOrn- nevines Cnootherta away from homo for your orchards when your vciiiits can ba filled y your neighbors iISend your orders nnd you a ill rot rgret it tVtf GARDINEU BROSI THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriceaWcek Edition IB Pages a Week loG Papers Year A piper as useful to you n3 a groutt SG daily for 0Ia1one l llnr n year Hotter titan ever All time theImonopolies Brilliant illustrations Stories by great authors in every number Splendid rending for omen and other special depart nients of unusuul inttrcrt WeeklyIpuLlIcation and freshness variety nrd rehabiity of contents It is uracri c aly a daily at the low price ol a fteekly end its vast list of sub subscribers extending to every state and territory of tIme Vtmimri and foreign countries will vouch for the accuracy anti fairness of its news columnsVWo offl r this unequaled now paper and Tbe NEVSLEt DEli tcgether one year for 5111 The regular subcriptton price of the two paper is SOO = th9E NoI The Weekly LouisvilleDispatch A VftMKUIT DIHIOrEMTIC XFUMIMlKU For the Free Coinage ol For the Chicago Plntlonn SJ1vcrI Fur the Democratic Nominees For the Interest of the Masses All the Latest Telegraph Ncs All the Latest State News All tho Latest Mnrkct Reports Correct Market Reports l Correct Court ItepertsV Reliable News Reports Honest Editorial Policy The Weeklyi Louisville crDispatchandthei Leader one Tear for 8165 itUINSOld subscribers tothNEwseC LEADER paying aUjarrQars and tom t another year willifbe given advantage of same offir Send ordeis to thESFIIIKG FIELD Ky Laxol Is tlio beat tnedlcino for children x Doctors reeouinienU It lutplaee OfCaitor VV Lz j1SVSVVV 1831rllE 1OR 1897 COUNTRY 66NTLE8BVN THE BET OFTIIE 4IG- IVITLR5a UliL3 ES DEVOtED TO4 Farm Crops stud Processes IXorlitulliire A Frail tirowlnc Lve Cock oiitl Dnirj IDZ deOOTt1mentstry Yard Entomology DccKcepJnprOreen housooDd Grapery tReadingmar of the news of the week Its market reports tare unuaualiy couipletc and much 11moStBuy and Wtfcn to Bell It is liberally lustrated and contains more rcadiu mat ter than over before The subscription price is 250 per yenr but wo offer a SPEC IAL REDUCTION in our cxiis IATES roR 1897 Two Subscriptionsolinittanco v4 Sobccnpiicns do 10 en Subscriptions do d1 To all New Subscribers for pny ja VgWeekly from our receipt of the rutuitUiice January without chargo Ooriiss FKEE Address ItSrEcIS TlCIii d SOX 1ItnrlllumAi118113 N Y 1Nnw is the time to subscribe for News LFADER only Sia year Live Poultry Wo will pay highest cash price ifor allkinds tff poultry and eggs live red at our yards opposite Depit in Springfield Our ugent r Dudley lapp will receive daily hereafter Bring your poultry and oggslo him and get su Wo are now paying the ffollowiDj prices pcIHooHUM 111 ujull Turkey hilts for h 4H Geese per IwIIII to DiukH per r 4e-Keels perth 3 Iigrons cv h tc jilibors per ll 4o Eg 5e Our agent will bo oo lined at all times aod receive all that is offered Kentucky Poultry Co i1 s FENCING CemeteryLuvn Fencing ThoMaanil nfnnr in titr Catalogue Ffrc Prclolit 1niil JHers LoU Th3 UcMULLEH WOVEN WIRE FEHCE n ard Uakat as RflLIAHLB MAn OR UJffau WOMAN ASSUR- EDImii1adiaiahJ INCOME TO RIGHT PERSON THE BES1iPAY EVER OFFERED FOR SIMILAR SERVICE JoesDatsasof a million to its clientele already the Lug readcsrseosdbyi i IT IS PREPARED TO PAY HARD SOMELY FOR ASSISTANCE REN DERED It wishes the serviced ci cvcrytown everyStateone is reliability earnestness and work No matter on what other work you are engaged it will pay you to examine into this offer Apply rxxitinn capability sod ence to TILE 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