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V I r t w rI JiI4 i i 4 I W r t 4 I l jif i it r N i iVH17NA E rVAJSiLEi ADcD t l fr8iesVLIV SPRINOFIELD WASHINGTON4 COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY visor No 2j A tt POWlI ER I AOIwtIyur- telebratedtor Its tna evenlng strength and hoalthfulnoss Assures the fooa against alum and aU forms t f adulteration mon to the cheaper brand ROYAL BAK u iDEiuuak r YQEK 1 SLocal or Business Notion 10 cents per tine for thVffrst Insertion ani 6 cents CorC each subsequent Lnsertouiaon candidates and political matter i Ijl tOcentapeVlme Job Work Is done at low rates but cash must be pild on delivery ofjrood- spAdvcHlilnjrtcotwts made on liberal flrms ijjfet i O JttJriej and reiplutlons of respect BJ perilne imiy Magistrates I County Officers r District Offices 1000 k CHURCH BAPTIST DlR CHURCH C ORYI I Huv C O Pugh Factor Services every Sunday at 11 a m and 8 Pm Sunday EehooifjLt 830 PraVflr Meeting on Wed- cesdJfii bt t Mpm 6i THODJgCCH CBfHiv B F Atkinson Pastor Services on haFlMt and hlrd l1naan each ir nth anaiSl j p m f fUPRESBYTERIAN CHURCH EfivRE O woPtorSovIces every Sunday at 11 a m and p m Pr yor Meet Hp every TJinraday night 1 CATHOLIC CllURCSIc IU F Hcnnesy Pxstor Serried evrry Budd tJtand 10 oclock aD Service t et8t Rose same iioujf 3 3Rfl7U ORDERS lf soic Lopoz8pdngtlcld lodge No 50 aeetaoe ontUontecaCh- month Washington R 0 chapter Ne 27 meets every thtrdMondaVSSprihgOeld Council No 52 meets every i F fourth Monday- SKtouTi or Hosoii Meets every second and fourth Monday In each m nthIKxian rs or TnaMACiKExs Meets every SrstWednesday of each month SSj t COtSKmy DIRECTORY 4 icmcui COURT c Clrcuirebuf tb plns on the fourth Man- trtn February May and October C E Patterson Jodije W Ji Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney Pil Campbell CJerk T W Simms JlastAr Commissioner OUARTBRLY COURT zarterytourt1bedontheth Mon dayin Jan aryr April July and October- jTaclc W Thompson Judye COUNTY COURT Ceanty Court moots on the fourth Mon f In each month jJk W Thompson Judge- 4 T7F Hooker County Clerk IHThurman count Attorney- tRSin1thJaI1er wf3Tcrcrnft Rherifl WKThurman H BPolctl Deputies I fid Masters lat F Moore county Surveyor- WDnarp AssesoP tooa n paty RCampball county Treasorex SPRINGFIeLD DIROTOP J T Hoc Police Judge 1l fJoau traco Marshal lW6 Re3d clt Attorney J P JUbTICB OOURT Justice courts are held in January April SJ uly anaOctObeZ nL Personal FUKE Hpape medical reference book Sto any person aflllcted with any epocirl Tronic or delicate dlbcnsn peculiar toj ulr seX Addrws tim leading clans and nurareons of tho United States Dr Hathaway t Co 70 Dcarbornstreet Chica o r t i DJFTY DOIbMtSA WElK EASILY MADII Agents 1QtCd in every W clItyjot Iou W LBafroat stud oIly bookThe First Battle rlo b5t- r i shier ever produced Agunt are tnk SJ nsitllt1Y 1S 2OOoroera por week Be wiTre pfjifmuapJejiilroltatJonji Stw fo- rtSS ouif1ll1dbegln work nt iIItO W n coOiPANYePublishers Ml tlDearb6rniatreetChlcngo r iLSutherbzpds Eagle Eye Salvo lea Hno Creamy nowvhjtoolnimontiut up in Ill alrUglit wtrow ci p tuboa and cold for ijoe by all dealers ILls known through So1 tho land as the boat and quickest t rml08s ctfre foran form of sore oyci sbr granulated lids styea eic Scores of pooplo claiml that It has aahsa their eyosljjht roC ro Con tlp tlon Vorevor fciVeCasearels Candy CiUiartlc or23c SfiCoo C laU te cure druguUts retina money i L t1 ODDS AND Etfos OF GOSSIP DOWN AROUND THE RIVER Noontime and Jnnetimc down arouud the nyerl Have to fuss with LIsy Ann but biwsy 1 forgive her Drives me off theplacn an says at all at shes a wlshln Land n gracious tlmell come Ill get enough o fishln Little Dave a choppin1 wood never pears to notice Dont know where zhes hid his hat er kecrln where bis coat Is Bpeculatin moren like he aint a goin to mind ine And gncasin when say twelve oclock a fellerd Ukely find me Noontime and Junetlme down around the riverlSClean out osigbt of home and skulkin under klvcr Of the sycamore jack oaks swamp ash and ellume5all so jumbled up you kin hardly tell em Tired ypu know but loyin it and smlltn1 just to hlnfc at Any sweeter tiredness youd fairly want to drink It Tired tlshintired o fun line out slack and slacker you waut in all the worlds a Utile more tobackerl l Hungry but ahldln It cr ice a not a keerin- Kingfisher glttln up and skootin out o hearin Snipes on tother side where the county ditch IIICWadln up and down the nige like theyd rolled their britches Old turtle In tho JOQt Undo1 sorto drappln intoothe wortcrllke he dont know how itJ happenSTVorter shade and all so mixed dont know which youd orter Say the worter In the shadder sbadder In the worter Somebody hollerin way round the bend In upper fork where yer eye kin Jes ketch the endln Of the shiner wedge o wake some mus rats amokln With that pesky nose o his Then a sniff o bacon Cornbread and dock preens and little Dave ashlhin Croat the rocks and mussel shells a limpID and a grinnlu With yer dinner for yer and a blcssln1 trout the giverSNoontime and Jnnetime down round the river James Whitcomb Riley i AUESTIONABLE PRIDE Mis y ter please give me a quar ter I am running for a watch Two young ladies of good ap pearance and pleasant manners were circulating among the men on the street County Court day accosting them in the language above quoted We are acquaint ed with the new woman to some extent but we do not think these two belong to that class as we understand it The new woman is the one who can play tennis golf ride the bike dance sing talk politics and religion and in fact is the equal if not the superior of her fellowman in the struggle fpr a livelihoOd And finally when some good man tells that his great big heart throbs for her to be his wife and she marries him she turns her attention to domestic affairs and is a charming home maker and her athletic accom plishments have made her strong to bear the burdens of life her welldisciplined mine at once grasps the intricate problems of housekeeping and her cooking need not be tried upon the dog for it is a success from the be ginning The same voice that charmed the lover with music sings a lullaby to the little cher ub in her lap and her liberal education fits her to be her chil drens principal instructor This is the kind of woman men like and not tho clinging kind that gets hold of a man and clings until he has given up his hard earned money It is a mis taken idea that work however menial is degrading and it would be much more to the credit of these young ladies if they wouTteek employment of some kind and earn the money with which to buy a watch than beg it on the streets and thus subject themselves to unkind re marks We want more new women tt for after all that has been said of thorn they are just tho same old kind with a few embellishments and 4ey are as domestic and womanly as our mothers were mm that the Di OURFAIRZOW Fair Company have fully decided on giving an E c t rkj7 rS other fair this year the business men and citizens of the county should all take nr interest and try to make thairsccess- It has been decided and widely so we thinkto eliminate iho trotting horse and race gambling feature this time and try the old fashioned fair A genuine straight trotting race where good horses come together and the race is on the square tt and the prize goes to the fastest is all right and is interesting and arouses enthusiasm and pride in lovers of horses but tfce way the modern trotting race is conduct ed at the county fairsis a fraud and burlesque on racing It is not the fault of the fair mata gers that such is the case but a scheme is worked by the gang of horsemen aud gamblers who follow the circuit They get together does this crowd of horsemen and it takes only a little while for them to fix up a nice little scheme to go out and take in the fat little purses hung out by the various fair managers It is an easy thing to agree on a division of the purses and so much better than to race their horses to death on an uncertainty The consequence isthe public rarely ever sees a genuine horse race at our modern coun ty fairs and the several hun dred dollars put up every year by the fair managers is just soI much money donated to a gang of unscrupulous horsemen and the public is never given a run for its money Ttye Washington county fair this vear will be made up of ring exhibitions and competitions for good premiums for stock and produce besides running races bicycle races andi other iconteste all of which willI bo oifthG square n LITTLE MIXED That is a 11 pretty hard joke they toll on our friend Al McChord who made his appearance as a black face comedian in the amateur minstrels gien the other night Each man was assigned his lit tleJoke to crack and Al had pre pared a bright and fresh conun drum about a bald headed man The question to be propounded was What is the hardest lock to pick It and the answer isleA lock of hair from Dr Burtons bald head ItIt seems however that our friend became a littleI confused from andstage fright solemnly addressed the inter JohnsingIrto pick Mr Johnsing of course did not know and theI audience laughed iimmoderately + and it was not until the show was over that friend McChord realized that the laugh was created more by the way the question was twisted than by the answer new stareIIANDs0METhe by Mc Chord Robertson will when completed be one of the handI somest business houses found anywhere and will be credit to Springfield and an evidence 0I of the push and lof its owner Mr W enterpriseI son The house will in every detail and store furnishings will be of the finest McChord Robertson will move their stock of goods from the old stand into the new quarters in about three weeks and heres hoping that their enterprise will be rewarded by continuous busi nessTo euro chills and fever dont rack tho system and shock tqe nerves by using medicines containing arsenic mercury or other dangerous drugs Dr Dolls Peppermint Chill Tonic a guaranteed euro and it contains no kind of poison Children love it and it can not hurt them Quick Relief For Asthma Foloys Honey and Tar Is guaranteed to gle prompt relief in all cases of asthma Do not class this with other medicines that have filled to giy4S lief live it atrlalS t4 E r WITH OUR f RMEK Notices stock seed or kfaifc Ranted or for sale or exchange Inserted IB his chi umn or en i Farmer lire re quested to send in stock or crop items fax publication The American fat stock show will be held at the CoHtim Chicago November 9th to S0th rtiMarcus Daly the MOntana copper king and turfman lie offered 9125000 and half his turf winnings for Galtee More tbd winner of the English DerbySr The exports of hog products fromI the principal porte df the United States daring the first W ek in JaneJ were 23103000 lb against 22963000 lbsfor the corresponding week in 1896 It I Dealers are paying 4 14 to 4 12 cenUfor Iambs afr the station here OA Dehoney shipped a carload to Loaiarllle Tuesday L B Peter Go have shipped several carloads this weekSlitThis is the week for wheat harvest in this county Mr 0 0 MoGlll cat a big crop on his place this week that will yield so If estimated about 80 bushels per acre Thewheat in this section has never boon better In the memory of the oldest Inhabitant SfThe 60t wair prthe past week or so Is making pjflji grow fast and the crop looka pxhisng The acre age In the county nit9Ought will be short as compared wltMast year t Ll Mr Arthur Camibell of Jarboe DamPbelIt he millen Informs us that he thinka wbeat wlti open hera at about to cents per bushel for th new crop Non w caop has yet been received I tcThose tobacco raises In this coutity who were shrewd enough and had t money enough to bold on to their tobacco until nw are decidedly on the shady side bti easy street The tobacco market is on the jump ad the farmer who baa a few hogsheads now to sell basKood assurance for a living this wjtor It Is estimated that bgro ItYat1R m ininp Jinjfarmera bandt Washlnglibn connfy between 75 and 100 hogsheads The new cropJ rs looking well but the acreage will be short Zl t Mr Will Thompson has In training at the Fair grounds the mare Blneff Bird belonging to W J Bayboorne Blue Bird made a record several years ago of 229 and Mr Raybourne was offered 3000 for her The has been roughing it for several seasons but Thompson says she still ur her speed and will be heard from this fall on the track t t J Capt T D English reports that the Elmwood Stock Farm owned by Reuben Gentry ftnd offered at public sale last Saturday was withdrawn at 869 per acre The contending bidders were Richard Oobb Jr and L W Hudson it I Ornament won the St Louis Derby over a heavy track in 261 Bnckvidero finished second and Typhoon II tho winner of the Kentucky Derby was aird These were the only starters and Ornament won easily by flvo lengths When You Take Your Vacation the most necessary artldlo to have with you after your pocketbook Is a bottle of Poleya Colic Cure It ta an absolute prevention or cure of nil derangements of tho bowels caused by a change of water You are likely to need It thatIas meicnry will surely destroy tIm scnuo of sinoll and conplotoly deranuo tlw whole system when entering It through tuo tn icons sn faces Such articles should never bo u od except on presCrip- tions from reputable physicians as the dntnngu they will do in ton fold the good you roil possibly demo from them Halls Catarrh Curo manufactured by F J Clionoy A Co Toledo 0 conttina Ino meicury and is taken Internally directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho HVktem In buying hulls Catarrh Cure bn sure you get the genuine itIs taken internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney t Co Testimonials free jr3oJd bj druERlstP 75c per bottlo Sanctification At the ministers meeting Kentucky Baptist convention at Georgetown Friday the following resolutions were adopted Whereas The modern sanot ificatlon is seriously troubling some of our churches Resolved That we regard it asa dangerous heresy and urge lour brethren by no means to give itsympathy and encouragement UoToHa for Fifty Cents Guaranteed iotacco habit euro makes weak Ben strong blood pure toe 1 AUdruwUU F WILLISBURG From Our Regular Correspondent The young people here were entertained last Thursday night St the beautiful home of Mrs Az 0 Pinkston Refreshments were served and all bad a delightful time Will Green was in BloomfieJd SundayJJ B Seay apd family of Dan yule were the guests of frienis at this place last week Dr Harry M Barp of Mno oinnati who has been at Tatham 8priqg3 for the past weekc stopped here on his way home to see his JI lend Will GreentWill Lowe and family spente Sunday in Mackville s J S Merritt is in Bloomfield this weektMrs Mary Birch is visitingin Louisville George Colvin Harrodsburg was here last weekIJ A Merritt will commence f threshing next week Jake has a new outfit and iis a hustlertMoland Derr is very sick this l week on account oi a change in t town She is coming back MolaudaMost of our farmers are be hind with their tobacco croptt About onehalf crop is outiMost all of the schools at this part of the county are taken up How to Find Oit Fill a botUe or common water glees with i urine and let it stand twenjiy toUr hours a sediment or settling Indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains lines it Is positive evidence of kidney trouble Toe reonent desire to urinate or pain In the back is also convincing proof that tte kidneys and bladder are out of order t I1tOATO DO so often expressed Uu t tfr Kilmers HwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In relieving pain In the back kidne re liver bladderjand every part of the urinary pas sages It corrects inability to bold nrihe and scalding in pasting It or ad efC folio Ring use of liquor wino or beerl and overcomes that unpleasant nscessity of belngcompclled to get op many times tdnringtne night to ulnate The mild andt nctraordiuarr effect SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derftil cures of t to most distressing cases If you need a medicine yon should have the best Sold by druggists prlcq fifty cents and one dollar For a sample boe and pamphlet bo brent free by mall mention NKwstKAHKB and send your full pos of flee address to Dr Kilmer Co Bing hamton N Y The proprietors of this pa per guarantee the genuineness of this o1rerI ASSIUNEESS SALE The magnificent farm of A B Cooper containing about 235 acres situated on the PerryVille pike one and a half miles from Springfield If not sold sooner privately will be offered at public auction at Courthouse in Springfield County Court day in Aug ust 1897 Terms reasonable For particulars see or write Alex Hamilton Fredericktown Ky R Y McElroy Lebanon Ky Robert Clements Spring field or the undersigned T W SIMMS Assignee of A B COOPER BE CUREDIICONSUMPTION T A bloonm M C the Great ChemIst and ScinntUt will send Free to the Af fljcted Three Bottles of His Newly Dis covered Remedies to Cure Consumption and AU Lung Troubles Nothing could be moro fairer more phil anthropic or carry more Joy to the afflicted than the offer of T A Slbcum M C of Now York City- Confident that he has discovered a rollI able cure for consumption and all bronchial and weakness loss of flesh and all condit ions of wasting and ta make its great merits known be will send free three bot tics to any reader of the NBWBLCADEB who may bp suffering Already this new scientific course of medicine has permanently cured thous nude of apparently hopeless cases The Doctor considers it his religious duty a duty which he owes to humanity to donate his infallible cure He has proved the drcaJxI consumption to bo a curable disease beyond any doubt and has on file in his American and Euro laboratories testlnoualj of experience from those beucflttcd a a J In aU pare of the world Dont delay until it is too late Gonsump tion uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Address T A Blocum Mi 08 Pine Street Now York and when wrIt ng the Doctor give express lUll lOIt address and please mentionreading this article in TUB NEWSLSAUEU r Educate Sou lldweU With Cai aroe 1uidyCathartle10oS9c ICOCulltdrucgUurefaBdinoiiej SS f t 4r Call for Democratic Primary i At a called meeting of the Demo cratio Committee for Washington county nil the committeemen being present the following plan was ananjImonaly adopted for the election of Democratic nominees for the county offices and county district offices to be filled at the November election 1897 t That a poll book for the various vetling precincts in the county ag they exist be prepared with a sufficient tt number of ballots for each prOoinc Each ballot and stub shall have cor J responding serial pnmbers with the names of each candidate for the nom inations for the respective ccmnty p ffices printed thereon Inseparato c lIumns leaving a blank space in each under the printed names for the insertion of a name that voters wiah to insert aud vote for other he printed names Opposite ach name there sftaltbe a Bquorpand each voter In expressing his Choic- ehallctosamarkthie square That two iTr discreet persons over the age ci- wentone shall be appointed from thQresldentsQf each precinct as can vaaaersvof the vote of their respective precincts whose duty it atiallbe to call upc each voter la his precinct nd perform the duties herein set orthSSaid panvassera shaU carry ballot boxes for the purpose of depositing he ballot cast Said boxes to be locked and the keys thereto left with the Chairman of the County Corn mitteo and shall not be unlocked or- pened lis except before the cobimittee nd candidates as hereinafter provid ed That each person when desiring j to vote shall be handed a baUqt by the ers and the voter shad markI t as aforesaid priyatey for the can didates of his choice Fold and de posit Ifeyin the ballot box and the name ofaeh voter shall be written by the canvassers in the presence of the voter on the stnbfrom which each is detachOdabonid a ballot become accidentally destroyed or mutilated by ivoter or canvasser the tub ahall bet marked cancelled and the ballot likewiso marked and deposited in the box with the voted ballots and an other ballot given the voter provided IIgIII read or write or who is frpiany cause disabled from marking hU ballot can call upon the canvassers to no candldateor any dne else for him shall precede the canvassers for tie canvassers for the purpose of Influenc ing voters The candidates for nom inations for Bounty offices first apply ing to hayo their names printed on he baUotahalLpaylnto the hands the Chairman of the County mittee the sum of 1250 And OfI candidate entering the race when1thereeach nomination tho sum of g25 shall be refunded to the candidate who has paid 1260 these assess ments being made to defray the expenses of conducting the primary The name of the candidate will be enItered on the ballot in the order that the assessments are paid Candidates for magistrate and constable In the various magisterial districts are assessed in the sum of 250 each to be paid in as in tho case of county offices and their name to be entered upon the ballot as aforesaid and the vote canvassed in tho magisterial districts by tho canvassers as herein provided Assessments must bo paid In on oz before the 2d day of August 1897 No candidates name will be printed on tho ballot who has not paid his aSsess marK said ballot for him which is to be done in the presence of both can vassers and voter The canvassing by the canvassers as aforesaid shall bSjginontbo 18th day of August 1897 and continuo on the 19tb 20th and 21st of August 1897 They will begin their work each day at 6 am and end at 630 p m solar tmio dxcepting on tho 21st of August at 2 pIm thoy will repair to the usual place pf voting and receive votes in the manner aforesaid of such persons who for any reason did not vote dar- Ing tho canvassSAll persons who supported the Bryan Presidential Electors in 1890 and all Democrats who for any reason failed to support said Electors and all youths tfHo will have attained their majority by tee November elec tion 1697 are entitled to vote infhls primary provide txat all voters par ticipating in the primary will bo con Blderedpledgodta support the nom moos Any disagreement as to the qualifi cation of a voter 3halKbt Teforred to the committeemen of the precinct During the time tho vote Is being taken hy the canvassers tho candidates shall cease electioneering and inonfrbn or before said date In the race for nomination for assessor the candidate residing in either tho three Springfield precincts Fred ri ktoWl- and Pottsvllle precincts receiving more votes than any of tho other candidates resldlngliisald YatrictssbaU- be on the ticket for assessor and the candidate residing In either Uio Mack vile Hendren Willisburg North and- Mooresvilfe precincts shall be on the ticket for assessor the one receiving t highestnumber of votesshall I 1 i however be the nominee forassest and the other 8h lbe the dope Iassessor in the event of said nominee electlotx tthe November eioctit 1897 Said candidates for assesac are nqt limited to any section of th county in electioneering or securing votes After the OanvassligasdvotSling has eased on August 21st 1697 the canvassers in each precinct wil heboxes coritainingg the bat lots and the s ubs and unused ballOts o the commltteenian of the precinct to be welt kept by said cmmltt man Who will on tho following Mpnr 7 day August 23t 1891 at 10 oclock a m produce said ballot boxes stub ind unused ballots in SpringfleidjKy I t the office of th Ohalnbnn of the County Committee at which time and place In tlo presence of tho corn I mittee and tla j cahdidateatho ballot boxes will be unlocked and opened t and to ballots canvassed and counted rby the commltteer and tho results and nominees declared 1 W IsJa Chairman tiemor cralib Committee fB aJoTJliLIOAN Secretary MARION BRADY fitWATTDBBY4 j Bonnin f RIRqaxr 5JAiLioYALTYc2 f 4IGgEDKLZN tJ TEGIZAUALI 55 c f W BIliTcumrSIf Your oycsfoel like sand were under O the lashes if they burn hntkyour alglt Indistinct Buthorlnnds Eaklo55SiSal vo will make them rl ht ft has cured thousands of cases of sore eyes and Kjah ulated hdlIfJonJ standing It cures wlion others fall It Is harmless Driiagistaseli It AvIS i FromPnr Regular Correspondent The sick are i reported tobe r better at this writing Miss Williei Campbell olEast rTexas spent Sunday wttb Missf Fannie RichardsonS Prof Poage attended the Sun dayschool Convention atHar 1- rodsburg la3t week t Mr Orceneth Peter was ihl Louisville thisweek on business Mrs James Is hamr ssisdtbySMiss Ella Thompson will teachV thepnblicacbo l at this place A small dwelUp houscv halta mile from town cupie4by JimI Divine was destroyed by fire one day last week CQnteiits ail saved but their meat vV 1v Thevmpmbersofth6 ChrlsUanSSS4 f Endeavor society will give an ica cream sqpp r atDlThompsonsS hotel on next Wednesday night Proceedswill go to a charitable fund A protracted meeting will be gin at the Christian churcti bereron the first Sunday lit Augustt4 The patter will be assteft by the Rev Brown ofBurgin On last Sunday mrnhitbo dwelling of Sam 1 Campbell two mites south of Jjcre was completely destroyed by fire While the family were at churclu Nothing was saved but two hams The fire was supposed toSoriginatedfroai a defeLivoftuiS Insurance on the prop NY wasv 1550 Snth orlanda EagiO Eye Salve cnres soro eyes styoti and mjifatod lids It strngthens weak eyes In both uldands young It nlluya all Inflnnmiutlon it gives u pleasant fooling about tftjj cyfa and makes the vision clear 1JlhII Losing Flesh HYou naturally lose flesh lri the summer and running down Iis so easy You get a llttle Beaker each day withouj hardA ly noticing It There is loss of appetite headache weaknessSof the muscles disturbed sleep weaknessofmernoryandtheseare I it t prostration Iron and tonics f jand bitters may afford some t temporary relief but what you need is a food for body brain Iand nerves ScSttS mulicru of Cbdllver Oil with the HYfi e 2 pophosphltes fumIshesjushJ ff inourishment needed for those who are run down and pale arid thin and weak If you lose flesh Sin summer take Scotts Et1J11 slon now Dont wait till fall or winterbefore beginning Joru1eateasn49zeeb7afldrUggiata V 1 rf LTi T1S T k ii4 i r fv eit TT i1rv C ii it THE NEWS L ADER T THj f lmWSLEAhER I l E L DAVISQNJRt THURSDAY JULY 1897 ANN UNOE lENTS L FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE jjlV i Patterson f Ve ore jinfliorlsed to announce CharlM Iffitcson of Taylnr county a candidate tfgtelraBltirnilga of th ElevJtnth Judicial I iilsWctv OTmpOredof M Hont Wasnington Taylor and Grooff coantlos subject to the nctlonbf tZernort1C party November election iSfrf Ij Lis1e flaying rrcpived and1 accepted the 1 iiou natqjfnroni The Republican party oft tJClrot1I Corirt Judicial District 10 01n CitCuU Court Jud pr4fppoI1drnspetfnIIy solicited f W J EI ORSSCHOOP SUPERINTENDENT j V yJ Peter i W are nnUiorfzcd to announce Or onr fhPflt rti3 Rtiandlilato for CounTy fiapQrintondfijit of public gfthooln for WI U tn ton county subject to the nc tioifbCUie Dembcrotlc ptrty SaufldrsIrYolm c thJ rIJied to announce Louise jlViiiiondcrs an ncandldatp for the offleo of SoUiity Pupciintejxdcnt of Ojmmon ftsKobls of Washington connty aiibject to iboahppqrl br the voters of tho county n dtndoracm1cnt pt nil political par t1 YtFOR COUNTY JUDGE tc f Morgan vhue authorise to annonno w H Mbrgah as candidato for Cbuntjr Judpo qlsfWastilngion Comity sulJect to tho a tpni of the 2opubUeanparty J POR REPRESENTATIVE iii Hays 2 yfaare authorized to announco James Z4Iarnn a candidate for Repr scnla tiyq for YosVincton Cjounty in tho Low orHoriso of tbt ntucky Legislature Bubject t to the action of tho Republican party j Keeling 9authorized to announce W L Kc lhigas a candidate for Ropresonta Uvdfor aalilngUin Coantyln tho Low orEo ioof tho Kentucky Legislature pubject to tb6 action ot tlio Republican party WALTER FoEREgTER rrntes in xthe Frarikfoirt Capital about his Visit to President McKinley and thcT political si to ation in general a t7ashington Forrester thinks that the President allows Hanna ivl11anj hrs known as his ofiflce r br6kera manage tim distribution olfijJatronaKe He says filtvfts Hanna who soli out the Republican party in Kentucky to A P A Sapp fhr a low votes for McKinley in the StLouis convention Hanna does not troublel himselfTrith the question politicalstanding of Gov Brad oxValter Bvansv Augustus E Wilson John W Lewis Jas F Bubkneror any of the other eminent leaders who have built upthp party in the StateMc Efnleyi would regard them but Hanna is a practical business jaianandheis not a R pnb1can for sound money or for the main tainauco of a great political or nDizlion to uphold great principles Hanna is a Republican to honor and advance Williauj 3icKiney Hannas devotion to UMcKinley fs that of the Jesuit 4W eli directed but to be proved bj means contrary to the whole fl characterpf itsobject t JrThe siiccess of the Republican ty is of no consequence to Hanna hiS object In 189S was to se ire votes for McEJinley for tfot nounnation The patronage f now is being used to pay for those votes It was useless for Walter Evans to represent that theappom ment of Sapp as col lector would loose tho Louisville district wouia probably put a Tlemo ratuEvansseat and ould ruin Republican prospects ipr along lime in tho metropoli tan district otKeutucky It was EOthing that Bradley bade at Mc Kinleys personal request taken X t e u01Pforhitn that Wilsou bprehiSpartintho hard battle to elect tsvadniiustration that Backup of Louisville did more work thanal the rest pt the aDpaJu Diw wit tlluf lho s 2 ii JOlt 1 t ands of sound money Democrats in Louisyille rallied to McKiu leys support ner his nomination IIItoventiontj CHARGES of inc q mpetepcy against E T Franks on topofii the indictment against him at rankfort have causeda change in Senator Doboes slate Mr T J Yandell of Marion who was slated for chief deputyahip under Franks will instead Jie apponted Collector at 0 eons boro at d Franks will be his chief deputy ON another page in this issue we publish a cell from the Demo cratic county committee for a primary to select candidates forI the various county offices The primary will be a house to house affair and will last tbpce days beginning August 18th Candi dates for offices before the pri mary are a little slow about an nouncing but there will no doubt be a good deld of starters before the race is begun Gov BRADLEY appears to be losing out some more with the Republican party in Kentucky It is now said that the Hunter faction will control the coming state convention and that Gov Bradleysadmiriistration will not be indorsed THE Republicans hope to car ry everything Louisville again this fall by hving tho sound money Democrats fuse with them You must not make fresh uf one and bono or another make both for your self by ualdg Dr Bolls Peppermint Chill Tonio do you Bdifyou never bad a chill If yon aro having chills no it wll euro thorn euro them when everything else latHs AT THE CRUEGHE8 This column will bo devotee to the religious and cuurch interests of our towntand cominunicatljns and an nouncements from tbo pastors of tho Presbyterian Baptist Methodist and Catholic Churches arc solicited There will be the usual ser vices at the Presbyterian Uhurch Sunday morning and night Morning subject The Battles of the Lord Text Judges 5 23 Evening subject Christian Prog ress Text Phil 8 13 Toe ladies missionary society will be beld at Mrs C R Mc Elroys the last Saturday in July Papers will be read upon mission work among the Chinese Japan ese and Indians The raspberry supper given by the ladies of the Baptist Church last Thursday evening was well patronized and a goosi sum of money was realized therefrom The Ladies Cottage Prayer meeting will bo hold at the rest dence of Mrs Will C McUhord text Monday afternoon ut oclock Word text Sabbath Sufficient funds have been so cured by suscription county court dinnersstrawberrysuppor entertainments etc to justify the Manse Committee in pro ceedtng to purchase a lot upon waich to build a po a mage for the Piosbyterian Minister Plans for the ejection of same will bo considered in the near future and work Is expected to be common ced in august upon the building It is hot generally known the first church built in Indiana The Robinson Meeting House was erected in 1802 near Charles town by Rev Berry Lrkins of Salt River Ky and the first quarterly meeting of the Metho dist Church was held within its walls Rev Moses Ashworth sue ceeded Rev Larkins and be m turn by Rev Peter Cartwright the pioneer preacher The house is composed oj hewed logs that in its present nncared foi condition israpidly decaying aid now affords a shelter for cattle hogs etc Is this your panet iL t A 75 IlfJt MIsrBiaAiD FUN 4One of tho rtt tliorcuphir enjoyable aintvir hIt rviirv ever soon in bpiiii lk that given on last Friday night at the Hall by some of the active workers of the Presbyterian church The proceeds from the entertainment were to go toward the fund for the building of a parsonage and the entertainment was arranged on short notice and for that reason the performance was all the more creditable The program consisted of in the first part a little comedy sketch entitled Blighted Buds There is lit tls or no plot to the play but it affords good opportunity for acting and abounds in funny sit uatidns John Smith P drummer played his part to perfec tion and furnished plenty of a m use m ent The role was taken by Mr T Scott Mayes The part of Drusilla Durham a spinster was played by Miss Kate Mayes in her own inimita ble style which has long ago stamped her as a genius by all who have seen her in such char actors Mrs J C McElroy as Katie an Irish girl was very clover indeed and carried the part to perfection Mrs T S Mayes as Mrs Hypatia Harrington Hitchcock as dashing widow was good and Miss Myrtle Mansfield appeared quite winning as Angelina her daughter Frank Noo made a good Irish man as Pat the gardner and Joe Mansfield and George Col vin jij their respective charac ters both did well After a short interlude the curtain rose on the grand first part of the negro minstrels Mr Louis Cain appeared as Mr Johnsing the interlocutor and the following well known gentlemen were after considerable difficulty recognized through their coating of burnt cork Will Rood and Frank Noe end men George Colvin Tom Har desty Chas and W K Robert son Al McChord T Scott Mayes and Joe Mansfield Jokes were cracked and songs were sung with the style and dash of old stagers Tho evenings enter tainment wound up with an ora torical contest by three distin guished gemmen from Ken tucky The speeches were thr hit of the evening and kept the audience in an uproar of llaugh tel About 50 was netted by the entertainment and everybody was well pleased with the effort Speed and safety iue the watchwords ol the age One Minuto cough cure net spetdlly afcly and never fails Athm brunch tii coughs and cclds are cured by it NVatora Urbvne Herd nit MildredHave you heard the newt about Charlie Hmka and Malm Uuxtoni Adelaide Na What ts if Mildred Hen in Lore with her Adelaide How do you know MildredHe worked two hours at r etretch last nIght trying to touch 1tmother to ride tho bicycle Glcvclaa Loader Sydnjj Ssiith llfcredited The living skeleton mopped as hcat brow guest he slcrLcd that the phi losopher who NvatUl tr take cff bi fleb nUll sit 4 hi tcr dilni know what he w u takiug CbtLOWYcik Pros Otfldala Wlthnst an Oftle Tho queens vratenmn uo Ttiuls without an ofilco A vrainruvit viIIL M n barge inunt cruxuothiiiK 1k1 un tlnr without a paper Bat we must not for get tliis ililTen ucj that hiIn fet tens on thr iiulalgvnto of ibo iaion the other would starve Ti tr Ir lfo g ihor 80 of thIs mluiiralilo borfy rf do ticthinRK For performing their iuk 1t ciirably toy nctivo solatiiim of utcut 5 a year Exchange WchlK 8iI 7adrrurear NoverVisb roup dinctiy on the garment but mafco u strong sruta of worm water mid white tquiez tiEminent in this water raid thru it fhc garment Is very much trolled pass it through another warm suds and then rinro in A lukewarm vahr Pr ta be tween tho luindfl to get out the water Hhuko well mid pull into nLapb und when tho raiment in nearly dry praw it wodrratdyhot Bortk1dM1 p jIWhcrhei n 0 t r rn or liquid iic fr prescrirrtVr blood diseases is aitYys it v t mercury or potash These dug bottle up the poison and dry iit up the system but they also dry up the marrow in the bones at the same time The suppleness and elasticity of the rnckrlnggradually bends the bones ache while prematurely 011crotches011 Contagious Blood Poison the curse of mankind is the most horrible of all diseases and has ways baffled the doctors Their pot ash a nil mercury poisonbut forth again attacking some delicate organ frequently the mouth end throat filling them with eating sores onlyknown disease Itis guar antoednurelv yore Leb1eandoucthousnddoihsrewanf1soLfeed never fails to cure Contagious Blood loison Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism Cancer or any other disease of the blood If you have a blood disease take a remedy which will not injure you Beware ot mercury dont do violence to your system Dont get bottled up Our books sent free to any address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Why not Se pisr jW Mi dgemman1 Py but ono profit between maker acfl user ard thai a siraU just ono I tar ng jJ iae Catalocr0 and Barns idiac proves tlmt its poaalblo Weighs sli pounds KyJllluntrrtUons doscrlbca anti teilithe one profit prkoof over article overytiilftg you usa send It for lcbiitfi thats not for tho book butt pity putof the postngo or expitx und keep c2 Idlers You cant got it too quiet MONTGOMERY WARD CO Tbc Store ci All tho People Uli6 Michigan Ave ChIcago eTpR and WhIiey Habits rMnpeckt eared at hoao vriih out DookofJlAl tFk1W ticulawscnt VEER nUWOOLLEYHD MQCUVUO Oflco K PrJor St llnckleu Arnica Saivc- Tls llht salve in tho 4d for Cuts Pruisrs Korea ulcers Uliwre Salt Rho urn Iiev rsprw3 Tetter Chappod Imri Ceilblains corns tn Jail skin eruptions and po UiyuIy cures Plies or no pay required It ia guaranteed to give per f4t siusfuctinn or ici te f iriee 25 tojita per box at ITavdoii t Kob ertBons Drugstore tEUBENiMOCK BLACKSMITH Horseshoeingi Carriage Repairing and General Blacksmithmg All work guaranteed to give satisfaction at the Casey shop SPRING F1EDD KY l o n JO ITor Him Now 11w imgiJit uttcjoduwailcf unguisJi ni his xi light arm full halples at Us tk Jarolyjii Lndt BnildfuJy seized the et knu nicuiUT- IL1 v m at ti inorcy of Jis jntaRoniwt It liid sui ruibfd ot last to write s crujj i v York Jtnnml Dar to PfttrotUiiMk IR r 7 uliave eat my hin Id1Jy h you cant share lxtIJ tltt ytn vdil Joto nil jioir cun iikI tNrt at eli o- rlijl tc r f to sksvf i yulri touuiH yf I rJiaro oaly tjtraagori hiclix iilA- rotaer ttnd lnrm the Burning Iirt I IIIaTh j ii Uwt obi ffllcs Ii1m riding quite Ire qn tv tltl 7lKiiuuxn Tniit lis Dr IJolnt fin vrctr piuphi t o tw rar rpr to jnrvo that Liryciinff te injiuioua 1BrkiiLfeEidy Acoonntc1 POI Mrl Ftrry Well the iiwil Berets a try iu u jixr at n man who trndtd Iip1Ibt she voa a wompjj hiui to emoku iu tiij In iiac Ctuciiuiatl KiMjaiiur A Irotr trotcat 11r hr OhQJtdl dvyo not renlizo htIprr4rty nitl Plr9y pt glare f the uJ into 6o the center of the citii v h stiYlr ho rhu lout jast1 rIru 1nd nltl Eriqnlrer Fort Hill Poultr- vf Yard1L ttiaj ftj rrc t IvjIt- o 4 =Eggs For Sale byecckerrnEltbMtythatMKS D T IJTCAN i Lock IJrrx 506 Dftnyllle Ky EGGS FOR SALE Hamburgsfrom h strata Black MinortuH Northup strain lllack Liuigshtm Kirky A Smith 150 per MRS Y McDANIBL- SmithH Grove Ky Totter SaltRhcam and Eczema iueldentby applying Chamberlains Jyo and Skin Ointment Many very I id cngea have been permanently cmw by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a avonto remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic eore eyes 25 cts per xi Pr Carljs Condition Powders an just what a horse needs when in bad coildition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They nro net food but medicine and the best in ute to put horse in primo condUca Price 2c cents per package When Baby was ekwe her Caacrla When she ata a sb cried fof CaKorlA When aba became Mir the cliirg to Cnstorio Wheu sho hail ChlMreo she gavothem torla TO LiRE At OII IN OAK DAY Take Laxative Bromo Qninin Tablets Ml druggists refund tlio money if it falls to euro 25c For sale by Knydon tKohortsoi and Waters A Biovio Fob ti6mo A NEV HOOK uJKNITTING AND CROUHUTIXG of 04 papcs over 50 original doHicns 1lIu rated beautiful Ince patterns shawls hood jackets ftc has bean published ly The Hone Milk St ThSttfl1 Mass nnd will he sent with a subseridtioti to that paper Tho Homo is a i0pajo monthly ilc nitit original stones literary nnd do musCle topics and fashions lit depart ment of Fancy Work is a sowia feature new and original designs wnch issue The pricoof iubscription in EOccuta ir ycnr and will laduduuno of tliese IIOOP a special inducement to trial sn scrlb jr a cOy of this hook will be given with a 0 months subscription Tho price of book ia 25 crt lut iifi months sub scription mid the book colnlircd will le sent for lo eatitfj Thoirannuni piumiuiu list for 1897 will be fcnt free on njplici lion CASTORAPer TANTKD FAITHFUL MKN OK V MVN to travil fur rioiisililo ill laturljy Naluy fTW Mirl fj rs In Iii iun permanent Hoierfiuo Knclrtso slUadrircH pd stamped oivolnje Tho Not iis Stur lusuinicc Itlg thiaijrois NEWS LEADKH ttl 00 a year l R MiS- n WHITES UREA i Vi1FflFOR 20 YEARS Has led aJ Worm ftomodioi EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED HuLL IfVKJtYWHKilKr- nMrd afainnor kktirm to n local AR TABLETS BUOKEYE PltB1 OIN1fMEf iCURES NOTHING BUT PILES 9iyears BEST HEWEDY for PLcQf aULD MALL sntroozjtrmitt7KI2A225C Kit fit IOTO lout Tubsrrn Spit auj Tusrilfe 7ITo Qllt uihiret ca II forever bo mac oetlc lul ot Jil j n t trt u or tal j No To llac tic vrnvj ivuri mat i Weak strotic JrucKrh vUcorSl Curec Ierasaoic frto Ull1I Sterling Jtcm iy To Uliicftco or New a kkRIreR9DEALER IN BUGGY TOPS WHEELS CUSHIONS SHAFTS STORM APRONS BUGGY AWAtJOtf HARNESS SADDLES FAltM WAGONS MAOHINERY A PJLL STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE GROCEEfES D V i L3 WAKE GLAS3WARE j7a s I Iii C Q s QppiTrlr 1 r r ci 9 i J 0 J LfLJ is I Ju it t r 0 0 i 4 e f Jii rrtl VceeivfrgVcur Spring Goods embrat t j Jht a rcattut Jf t t 7 ltr DRESS GO Lf lEf C wilF 1frDr DRIC S TRlM1flG9 Q bAND JIE j BLTKS n GiIAIi ff J tMBEOjDKIUE Jl u CORSETS GLOVES AND ERYJp tYti j oN l JtI Af tr t lGENTS FTJRNIFINGSI 1 r r iSIncluding a large variety of Fancy Preen arid Nrglig6Shilu1ty Fancy and Plain Uriderwc r Hosiery or d Suspenders CLOTHiNGL AVc are rovr fccoivirg a most elegant line of Menp Uoi an4 Ghildren3 clbthin in bettor stylo and Jowfcr piicc tliin we bnve cut shown before Ue eure uru eee our ine btlcie you buy tlst Lere 4 SHOES Dont jail to eee our line oflleimer IJottmcnn t COB fineehowj and Drew Selby Cos ifomen niul childrens fine shoes There art n lines in the market superior to these in fit style and wear i il t itCARPETS Etc 1f f TVo are phowjng the greatest stock of Carpets Ea s Linoleuni Matting Oilcloth etc of any house in town Lacq Curtoinsaiidshtdfi 0 in all prices lIu tlsomelt lino shown inthis town tee forTOurseif lt WALL PAPER xShqp bIHidIHe our scck of S000 rolls Wjill Paper inill tHe ejr Pf tjombirations We in vi to your especial attention to the new rich color inga in red green bluo and pnrplis with bordejfElvand cilings1oJi z UWe dially solicit a gccd shsre cf ycur patronage this year 7JEC 01S t CUNNINGHAM JYENCAN se g11 J LfRTuX zanb YDo n P J M BURTON Q j 3nE fiA LON Su MXiCAofen UDdertakers and Funeral Directors r l t COFFINS CASKETS i BURIAL 11OF ALL ROBES KINDS au f Jj c FULLY iQUIPrED Calls answered ptOn11tly day l I t Iorcight The services of on EXPERIENCED MlBA LMER a graduate f oui a school of ecibaliairg have been en gaged j L J1WI UPTCNCOI17 IHAGAW ELOCIC itHIGpIELD KY I90f OntO for Speefacle Pelters J fi Ey818s mi B8ntacI8S ifAccurat rSatlsfarrj L TWENTY YEARS EXPERlENfiE FINEST SPECKS IV SOLID SKYER OR GOLtr ItRGM f b St50 TO S4SO PER PAIR I QMPiJ1r I NDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE tFTH aY JBTiST IT NBOSJlIEGS GIl lEI 331dYCtrt LOU1VzLt KENTUCKY riMaz le4flM to h DogttG swDtaii JmtMsiiie ut 1 Urujsre IJ 3ij5 dII Rates Vcri Lowssc 54c4 ii i j4ii y i VVV I t x i THE iMEWSLEAt RTIVLV I 11THE EVtYflJTJpDy ESLEADER ATJVV gy 1ttoro o nAIP PaiD ADVANe F rNTISTe RI WILDER1 Ulltoitil Operations Performs 1 TEETH EXTRACTED w miOUT PAIN f In Springfield evory first day and Friday each TitII OFFICE Ov r offlco No 8J4 lLouisville ITy TTdRN WFNEIKIRK Y AT LAW J- SL I VOFNCE with C a MCCIZORDV iiiJ F RINEHSRT- pFlFICE EVERYDAY HOtJRS 12 to 2 p nu i SKINGF1I5LD KY ii1J 1 BURTON HEBIDENT DENTIST w TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAINI Orncs nngfcn Block over 1ns41 Uou2oro S SPRINGF1ELD KY twin and sidgj Work Specialty J rDR J H LAMPTON OFFICE OVER CIRCUIt crsnt OF FIC Many livee of use f lucrs have boon cut fcbotby neglect to break up an ordiuary cold- Pneumonia bronchitis and oven consnmp tioncanbe averted litv the prompt use of One Minute cough cure Waters Browno RETtiGVAL I have removed roy place of 1 busies from Main street to pattof the new building ouWail street next to the Berry Hotel q I will keep notbins but the BEST and PUREST liquors and ask a share of your patronage t Respectfully JOHN F GREENE i TettT eczema and all slmiltr skin troll p Ittes are cutwd by tho use of DeWitts Witch Haul Salve It sotbos at otico nd teitoresjtte tissues to their ntural cordi Woo and never fails to care piles Water Browne 1 1ii VVWho f Wantedan idea or IDttI14tftll 1 proect7MiP I4i bermllY oz Write JOIIK WECOEKBURS r 1ntrnt Attr wiKlnttoSTn for tbalt lx i sM kit ct bosilrea Ino Uocs wanted if 1t 1 They are 10 little you hardly ksoww yoi lire talcing1 them They causo no griplni ii yet they act quickly and mct tborcujhlv fItj Bach aro the famous llttlo pills known a t iobsWiWa Little Early Risers Small ii If 110 great In rcanlUr Waters Browne t xr rouit nACK AWKX OrJeU uaU worn out geud fur rcthlr4 VIIjVglwr4I t 1T- 1Durftri lfUlN l1T7bItJ I It will cure you and rfvr coJ npcUc Scid v br all dealer u moSlcluc itJDR HARRY TiJ Ill BARG OPTICIAN Cincinnati Ohio Will bb in Springfield on his next regular visit on JunoSOih to remain four days- Attpersons wishing to consult I him about having eyeglasses remember the datefitted shouldr sndthat b canibe found at the Tburniaa House or at Dr Rays 4offices x ayes tested Free of Charge and t x Satisfaction Guatantced r ff 1 i ifrii f J fi ffe t GO TO i i MCELROY SHULT FORVGrain Cradles Cradle BladesGranite Ware Galvanized Scythes and SwathsIron Buckets Tubs Etc Hay Forks Builders Hardware Tobacco ROBS Etc VCarpenters Tools Etc Agents For OLD HICKORY WAGONS Seethe ONE 1VLIIITEIcef Cream Freezer Razors sold you and not proving satisfactory will be taken back and money refunded rr rqe KBOUT TOWNSHIGHEST cash price paid for wheat oats and grass seeds C McGiLL DR F R WILDER Dentist lxuisville wilt be here tiext weekThursda and Friday on his regular monthly visit A VERY fine three yearold Jersey cow with heifer calf a week old for sale JUF GREENE DR HARRY M BAnG the op tician is here on his regularI visit He can be found days at the Thurman House or atDr Rays office BOB NOE is Secretary of the Fair this year and will use his best efforts tomake the Fair this year a success in every respect THE Sanctification preachers are still holding meetings at the Methodist church The meet ings attract quite good sized crowds but very few converts to the doctrine have been made THE patent medicine fakir was in our town as usual 6n County Court day This time he was a negro and pulled teeth sold curealls and buncoed the crowd with a skill equal to his more numerous white brothers ROUND trip tickets from Springfield to Nashville Tenn essee Exposition on sale daily at following rates Tickets limited to seven days S45O ticket limited to 15 days 8685 tickets limited to November 7th 39 35 The residence belonging to Mr Sam CV Campbell near Mackville was burned on last Sunday morning while the fam ily was away attending church Nothing was saved and the loss iis about 600 Insurance 350 Poppies Insurance Co NOTICE iis hereby given that I will apply for a reissue of stock certificate No 355 for 34 shares of the capital stock of the First National Bank of Spring field Ky Said certificate No 355 was issudVto me on July 12 1894 and has been lost T W SIMMS HAYDON ROBERTSON and James Thompson have gone into tho manufa ture of cigars and have quarters over the Hay don Robertson drug store The firm io to be known as the Tra falgar Cigar Company and they will manufacture Bonded Issue Trafalgar and several other good brands vf ILAST cigarsIMonday was an unusual ly duU County Court day there being a very small crowd in town and very little business of any kind transacted About twenty head of cattle including sovcJral milch cows were sold on tho streets at fairly good prices It being in the midst of the very busy season on the farm accounts for tlie jBiniilll crowd in- ASVVV t townTHE Kentucky Poultry Com pany has decided to suspend operations for the months of July and August and no more poultry will be shipped from here during these months by them This was done on account of the de moralized condition of the poul try markets in the canters Mr J A Mudd has resigned his position as manager for the company at this place owing to pressof other businessV MRS LENA WRIGHT SAND IDGE died at the home of her hushand in Lincoln county last Friday Mrs Sandidge was a granddaughter of the late Judge John Mclntire and was a lovable Christian woman She leaves a husband and two little children besides a lioSt of rel willIearly demiseMR A C RIGHTER repre sonting the Falls City Planing Mill J P Will Co Props Louisville was in town last Saturday and paid the NEWSLEAD JIR office a call Mr Righter is advertising and otherwise look after the interests of hisling and came to figure on some contracts for buildings soon to lot in this vicinity The J P Will Co is an enterprising and reliable firm and iis getting business from Springfield and ad joining towns GEORGE THURMAJN thp col ored barber has been indulging his propensity for boating hi wife again and was this tiire given a dose of jnstice that will keep him on the town rock i for fortyfive days Ho was tried on two charges he having whipped his wife one day and repent ad the offense again the nex tdyiy At the first trial ho was fined 13 and costs and at the second 10 with the trimmings ThE jury in the second trial was made up of six colored mon and the very clearly showed that tIt colored folks are as much in favor of punishing offenders among their own people as arc the while people This was tin second colored jury ever knows to have served in court in this county The other was in a casein the Circuit Court about twon ty years ago THE town is threatened with an epidemic of telephones and the chances are that the citizens of this placo will soon be per mined to hello to neighbors all ovor the county withqut any trouble The Washington County Telephone Company a local concern composed of a few ofour citizens of push and energy had gone ahead mid run lines to various pjints in the county and on to Labauon and has established an exchange in FIchaige of Miss Moatgom9ryand connection can ho had with Tatham Springs Willisburg Mackville Texas Lebanon and other points on short notice In struments have also been put in a number of business houses and residences about town The com pany had just become fairly well established in business when the Ohio Valley Telephone Company awakens to tho fact that it has a rival in Springfield and that great corporation whose lines extend from New York to Cali fornia and from Mama to Flori da sands its representative Mr F R Lord a very clever gen tleman out to see about it Mr Lord calbeclat the NEWSLEADER office yesterday and announces that ho is here lor the purpose of establishing an exchange for his company and that the people of Springfield will be given the benefit of all the modern improvements in the telephone line Thd new ex change will be located in a few days The chances are that talk will soon be very cheap about town Chronic constipation is a iinlnfn dis agreeable and Hfo sotening difficulty It deranges th system causes sick headache bad breath aril poisons tho blooj It can b readily ovcrcoino ly DeVitis title Early KUtrs fbcsc little pilfs art great regulators Waters R Ilrovr- MIDDLESBOI1O BEEIcV The celebrat d Pinnacle beer made by the New Souta Brewing and Ice Co at Middlosboro and sold all over Kentucky art Ton nesoe is fast gaming the reputa lion ofbeiug iho most delightful beer orevved anywIuret m the country Mr Pat Cumnuns Kho has been acting asagttnl iur the Now S6uh U rowing ard Ieu CD at Lebanon clp ireu ro Anauiw that Ihe has thievery brt fadlitips for furnishing beer foNt iceto Spring teid ati that John F Greono U A Thompson and Il F Col vie and Co the local saloons supplyLof Pinnacl beer alwivs on huod both inkers and iu bottles Mr Unromins also furcichos the eel ebrated Middleshuro purSe ice IYiiftv political Fpeokers clergyman sing uiid others vbnuxo voice oxocss IIIIers roly ui on One iitutoVVVgh lItc to n haslilness tiid laryn itti Its raluo i af a irev6ntnttvo is onlv ttmlp l by iu power to ntrrd irstAntanooua rllIotctOtBrw1F C K iiii5TT- HE LIVERYMAN FirstclH33 livory outfits New buggies and fast act safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion parties or drummers The most convenient hitching ad feeding place In tJWU MAIN ST SrRiNfiFiELD Kr EtorTod7 90 Caacnrots Candy Catluirtic the most won derful incdloul ilistnivarv of llio hpe ncs ant und rotnslimz to the atc aci gently cnd jtositivroly onjiitlnovo tvir mul Uoirels 1curul C 1V r PERSON L Job Claybrooko woe in Bardstown Sunday Mra Margaret Boam was in town the first of the week Gwinn Marks has returned from a weeks visit itLpu1sviI1e Johnnie Hardin is reported to bo improving slowly Misses Ada and Edna Colvin were in Louisville Vthefirst of the week Mr and Mrs Scott Mayes spent Tuesday at Tatham wftb friends Miss Annie D Qrnudy has gone to Louisville for a visit to relatives Mr and Mrs Jaraon V Prather are guoats at Walker Heights Mrs W T Thurman entertained the eucbro club last Friday afternoon Mr Hamilton Pratber Louisville wits a guest at Walker Heights Sun day Mra Frank Beats spent a few daya with friends in Louisville this week Ed McElroy who has boon con lined to the bojiao with feveris able to be out aiisa Marie Wathn has returned to her home in Lebanon after a visit to Miss Mattie Mcllvoy Mra 0 D Gates and little nephew John Miller after a vieit hero have returned to Louisville Miss Ka o Wharton attended the wedding or her friend Miss Caldwell to Mr Hubbflrd at Danville Frank and John Simms who have boon attending school at St Marys Kansas are home for the vacation Mr Louis Rogers has gone to Bloom field where ho is engaged in a to bacco houseV Itr Lucas Moore Comaitetforier was hero Coany Court day Miss Viola Brown wno has been attending school in Louisville is at home for the vacation Miss Jose Leo who has be n quite ill for the past week is now abo to sit up Masters Nick Ray and Cliffford Roberts are in Bloomfield to spend a week Mr E L Daviscn came up from Louisville Tuesday to spend a few days among friends and relatives Mrs Dr W W Ray and Miss Sue Ray left Tuesday for Lexington to vieit relatives and friends Mrs R L Bottis of Little Rock Ark arrived Monday and will Spend the summer bore Mrs Al McChord and daughter Mien Laura are at Tatham Springs this week Miss Ada Colyin has gone to Cald woll Ky to teach a five months term of schoolVMessrs Logan Dooley and Tom Hill of Lebanon attended the hop here last week Mr L B Samuols manager of the Nqlfion Record took in the hop given here last Wednesday night B D Lake lleft for Louisville on Monday having finished his tobacco business hero tor the present season Mine Susie Boll lot this morning for an extended visit to friends and relatives in Lawrenceburg and Frank fort W B Spears returned Saturday from taahville where lie went to the reunion of tho Confederate Veterans He reports a good time and enjoyed meeting old comrades Mis1 Wily Krotr returned home last week froth Rolton Runs where nho has lbeen for the past four months with a largo millinery establishment ICapt Jamoa B Hnyswho expects represent Washington county in the next Legislature provided his friendn elect him was in town County Court day Miss Eliza Phelps of Louisville Miss Liilio Burton of Wnddy Ky and Mrs Lucy Plnkston of Hnrrodeburp are the guest of Mias Ada Colvin this week Scott Mayes has gone to Bardstown to ojjon a bank for Collector Bon Johiaun and will romain a month or two until the bank estabHaliuJ and in good ranuing order lifts Ben Young who went to Louisville to have a tumor renmveJ has undergone tho operation and b now at tho Infirmary in precarious condition and little hopes atc enter tained for her recovery Rsv and Mrs Lawson returned from Tatham Springe Friday whore they had been for ten clayo They ro port a plonsant and a good crowd at that resortVMisses Mattio awl Jennie Browne left Tuesday to join the party at Lebanon that make an extended t ip through California and the West Quite a large number of people of Lebanon make up the party and they will be absent about one month They vfltt attend the convention cf the Christian Endeavor Society at San FranciscoVTHE NffWSLEADER and almost any other paper or magmino sent to ou for about the prico of NoToHao for onoICcarantodl tobotxo Itabtt acaasrcag sec2 juit Mi Si JxSfirugkliTa t iiNf J i r- 4i VVVVVV VV- I AN9YZAti1ATIC1LV jj 25 SO DRUGGISTS i ABSOLUTELY GUARARTEED Catesrtts are tLeJdezd LzxsV leLsd bookletTrestS GRAND REMOVALS LEfc o Our large stock of new springgoods stff 1 j 1qmust be sold f V 4 0 l f REGARDLESS OF COST- We r r tmu t reduce our stock before fweLmdVeintof ifttnew quarters Out loss is your gaIn Dont fail toviiJit yourself of this opportunity to buy Nfry Spring ddVat less price than anybodys old and hpp worn sjfiff 4S vSiijVVVVLot of odd Snits obly S3 06r6Ythdoubl9 v fMens Black Cheviot Suits 393 worth dohbeJV j Mens Allwool Suits b 00 worth double JMODS Pine Suits 750 worth 12 00 v Mens Extra Nice Extra Fitting Suits10 00 vpifth 81 15OO1aVl Z 2fFull line of Boys Stilts and Pants lit S acrificedPces i PlfC 4Swill not permit us to mention the great baraiuE j6 4Vfi offnngfjlIv but a visit to our store wi1 convince qutthatytfu canmak nlyr l by buying hero H j tL IVEeChord Rob rt 1it BIG PiVTo HuseTT I 44w want capable representalives tobandle the bas l1noqf ft STANDARD Nurery Stock on the IDat1t1t Also 50010 J LALTIES that sell with the mention of 1bel1am esApphcatltnal must be accompanied with the best of business references wC t Address DOWNER BHIGfeS BOWLING GREEN KY vA W ANTE D rtt Two Men in each County in this State t9r prdseriuS Wr no experience needed ve drl1l you fee qf V t tl charge at your hopnes w 1 VH V J x YOU CM EARN S75OQIWMQ Ifft Vv l UNTIL JANUARY 1608 1 SSSS READ WHAT OTHERS AREDtNGT- nocAs 1 3j Jrl OsnopNe of Georgia says Iclearel Pdt1 i- RE W BROOKS of Arkansas says i cleared3thiswcok andj lot ono dayVj k 2REV ALEX FRIEPMAN of Missouri ariysIorkedizme hialfl rand f 1made 8374 1 REV C C TIIURMAX of TexaV says The fir d daritendfiSS tt f 5ciVMnsi J JtWoconM gIve hundreds of Jnst suchiWstiiiioni biuIwotie p cjr JlSlJjSjtl ttoday if you arc out of employment nn i woIil woIilVauicepntocorjsendnp rcscntstlotOSCOYOll 4dthessV rV RIVERSIDE PUBLISHING COMPANYJ t tiDEPARTMENT ST LOUIS WlOi SiITL I WEtRERJsliJIW The Commission The Wholmiti The ttci6pand Sfor kepeiVROSENBURERCO222O1E o2VL NEWYORKCITYIV 5 Of 1ffjT8FRjV flaps JdoaWtUsStzt3 3 to 1J witb Extra pair ot panta 23 it Tbe Sultf HiD to rnuit ham lmte4 Chtvwt ia Biw Gftf Drop SlIIQlCctUrCoIluSit tn mi Tttect Kanis Trimrlns jad Wart annihip very best Sam for tu U J ysan without tA Pittfin r LVSV r t I rJfOWor i Ex7resftoyitt ttirtvljy sat ct hh tze Moaty If not tfuctory zrd tufS Er rics te reaUIr 1IDt nlt a Iut rotWh2 a funny NameV Vey Trtt tizf1tKn M Pain SDIt tV0rYvJhcrt EVCfY1S3Y flfII3ThdVSU44OWltho4 SVVV 4 J VV VVV VD CD t 4 t ACLTMtVjOETOP4tDEHVSV IS 6 Gutfxalecd to tnJe real Au I Crwro Ct y Bbtkr or WOt1tJtdfdQcvatt tyr la fnWtJ JfTaller tiuiuur moot dupic woottI 11yovr town r16 SzQ34 TMSIIJtSWoh C1C to m Ll1 CGIICfVest j How to jro uurj lot Mens add Sut- sIeaur iraj th- eItAltald Waist over 01front to tlaclfr prj Uur ref Dt Setlartu f A Wilt reiwttenaratyr i tlrt frt n o arb QI i aHtJS w riiAN8UV- T Li rlf 50J luoodal rJrrIctt tn1bel pttaifC 4y talill U iMWtlMi iuItfQqIntmedlntaiattis 3Y fi tat t 6 liOtits UbitttafiihfriMnn11Io5nIioiXrSr r1 lIt r 1t 1tffJ fjfr vIlf aiL H 9 F t sS T r 0 f i ii f ft rtt THE NEWSLEADER 4 t LTr ri qgctabIePrcparattonforAs slmilaUng LheFoodandRegtIa ting the Stmnchs andBow 1s of IMMS CHILDREN 1 Promo sDigestionC erru1 ne5Saoo estCOntalnsneltherj OpniuiNorplilne- j i1OrMineral NOT NABCOTICj tUJ1roIllLUI1l J3aib s fr Sil4t Jityit rIfk Arctnemedyror onstip4j lionS ours to hDlarr ea WorrnsConvutsionsJevcrzsh ness and LOSSOF SLEEP i acSmite Signaturc of NEW YORK I tb mQh ld j JDo s J I H r xACT M T McINTIREa J f TFrom Our Roular Correspona jnt After a delinquencyl off quite a Tffailo Iwill jot down a few lines to cr J the readers of yourspicy paper Corn crops are looking real well considering the late spring Wo have been hvin rain in abundance Farmers arobuey harvesting I Every one thinks vru wilt have r pfenty ofbiecuit next year if we dontthayc the vheat destroyed af tcrifjajn the stack J r I5The remalnEct Mrs Cora Green i lTrellLpassed through this village fr laat Monday and was buried inyour If cemetery She was known bsev oral OUI cihzens and was a Christian lady Wo extend sympathy to her t bereaved husband and children Mr John Bland ford wao his beeU very dangerously ill is some better at present- i Little Miss Dissie Jill is visicing 5her sister Mrs JH Johnson of St Marys Quite a number of our citizens attended the commencement excr cieea at St Cathenqe last week I iMISS Mary Simm of Coxs Creek has teen visiting her uncle Mr 0JB Johnson i Miss Harriet Buckler of St Marys is visiting her sister Mrs Johnnie Medley jbIr Eddie F Buckler who has been in tcviess county the past six rfs months was in this section last Sun day r was aware one certain L young lady was nIL smileV I sup pcso it was caused by his home t coming I Miss Etta Hill closed her school at Blinco llast week Miss Annie Nellie and Mr Wil ham Marley of Lame county have been visiting relatives in this coun 1 ty They returned home last week We rtsre very sorry for them to leave our midst but we think Mr Marley will be in our midst soon J again as he tound a great attraction in this county Not so much in the f county as in a certain young lady of this county t Mrs Jas Fields visited her father SaturdlJYIiIif Mitses Prudie and Della Bland 4ord visited Miss Etta Hill Tuesday Mr and Mrs J B Johnson of St JHiirys visited her fathers fam ilyMrJ B Hills Sunday lost t We arcall glad to ace Mrs Bet t tie Mahoney up and in our midst t again f Miss Etta Hill has been employed + Asithis is her weL Success to your paper- The True Remedy F V M Repine editor Tiskilwa III Chlef says Wo wont keep house f without lj Kings Now Discovery for z r Consumption Comtlis and Colds Ex perimented witn many others but never got the true remedy nntll we used Dr Kings Now Discovery No other rom ody can tako its place In our home as sitwohavo a certain cure for coughs SP colds whooping cough etc It Is Idle- toexperlmcnt wIth other remedies even Jf us goodlrKlnganot a s good bemuse this remedy has a I rocoid ofcures aridliesides Is guaranteed Jt never fails to satisfy Trial hotels free ratHay4bt t fcobertsoha Drug So- i r- d SiSS 4 SEE THAT THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF IS ON TH- EWRAPPER OF LVE- E7BOTTLi l O- B1GASTORIA Cutorla II put op in cti ltlli oaly It Is not told la butt Dont sllcrr aayono to sail yea snytUag she ca the plea or promiu that it is JBit u good and wfll wnw erery pur p05fl6eo tbs joa get OABT0BIA rh3tar d11 = Iettcf WTPJiIf A Good Story by Father Michael Father Michael the passion ist piiest who lectured at the recent Nazareth Commencement is personally a very interesting conversationilist Be delights in anecdotes and seasons his lectures with delightful wit His lecture entitled The True Worth of Woman would be better if called A Contrast Between the Old and New Worn an One of the good stories related in this lecture which was given at Nazareth Academy is told by him as follows lOAn American woman mar ried an Etglishman and her husbands relative an English nobleman came on one occasion to visit her Of course she de sired to entertain him according to English etquette and at once put her Irish servant in training She told Bridget to learn to say My lord descend breakfast is awaiting you Bridget was practiced time and again until she could repeat her lines very glibly When Milord came Bridget was told to go upstairs at 930 oclock tap gently on his door and say My lord descend breakfast is awaiting you Bridget thought she could ac quit herself with credit How ever she grew excited at the door knocked so loud that the occupant of the room sprang to the door and asked Whats the matter Bridget began twist ing her bands nervously unable to think what she was to do and finally gasped onvt My God come down to breakfast Freewill Bond your address to H E Buckl6n Co Chicago and got a iroo sample box of Dr Keens Now Lire Pills A trial will convince you of their merits Thftso pills aro cay in action and are particularly effective in the cure of Con stipation and Sick Headache For Ma larla and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable They are guaranteed to bo perfectly free from every deleteri ous sutatndco and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but but by giving tono to the stomach apd nowols greatly invigorate tim system Regular size 250 per box Sold by Hay don Robervnon Druggists Reasons Why Chamberlains Colle Cholera and Diarrhhea Rem cdy is the Best nocauso it uflbrJa almost instant relief in ease of pain in tho stomach colic and cholera inorbus 2 Because It In the only remedy that never falls in the most severe cases of dvsontcry and diarrhoea 3 Because it is the only remedy that will euro chronic diarrhoea 4 Because It is tho only remedy that will prevent bilious colic 5 Because it is the only remedy that will cure epidemical dysentery 6 Because It Is the only remedy that am always be depended upon in cases of cholera iuftmturo 7 Because it is tbo most prompt and most reliable medicine in use for bowel complaints 8 Because It produces no bad results 0 Because it Is pleasant and safe to take 10 Becauso it bas saved the lives of moro people than Any other modlclno in the world The25 and 50c sizes for wile Haydon Robertson A hacking cough is not only annoying to others butts dangerous to the person who quickly f i4fss Ono of my sick hcadoahos you wlll hear people frequently say as if tbo com plaint was hoyclcssly incurable Asa matter of fact Avers Fills not only re have sick headache bnt effectually re move the cause of thin distressing cbro plaint and so wing about a permarragt cure B H Britton Skips Away Last Saturday warrants were sworn out against B H Britton by the Milward Music Company of Lexington charging him with embezzling 1250says the liar Todshufg Democrat Britton who lived at Harrodshurg was their agent and worked in this and adjoining countes It is claimed that he would sell a piano or organ for the cash and then send the firm a note as if the instrument had been sold on time In some instances it is alleged the notes bore fictitious names When their paper began to mature it exposed the agent and one of the firm came here A consultation was held and tbe agent sked for two or three days in which to straighten the matter Instead of doing so he skipped it is said borrowing the money oa which to leave Then the warrants were issued and the sheriff took a ride in search of him but was forced to report not found Britton is well known here in Springfield and this county where he has been selling pianos organs and sewing machines He is a smooth good looking fellow with a good tenor voice Last summer during the Gales revival meetings here he made himself quite conspicuous andI led the singing He sold large number of pianos around here and in some cases sold gocd instruments for a remark ably low price for cash A representative of tbe Milward Music Compny was here Mcnday malI ing inquiries about the sales Britton had made id seems that he would sell a piano at a low price and get the cash and report the sale to the house as sold on time sending fictitious notes Britton also caught liverymen boarding houses and othtrs for various small amounts Last summer ono f our grandchil dren was sick with a s yero bowel trouble says Mrs E C Gregory of Fredrickstown Mo Our doctors rom edy had failed then we tried Chamber- loins Colic Cholera and Diarjhoen bum- cdy which gas o very speedy relief sale by Uuydon A Kotartsor There Ig no use taking pills or purga tives to cure chills Dr DelllI pepper mint Chill Tonic cures tnem by itself Itdoes more thsn that tooit gives you a now dress on the inside It tones you up and makes von strong It makes you ft el some account Sold on a guar anteo IHardware In Ills Stomach Harry Whallen a traveling circus performer was cut open at his own request at German hospital in Kansas City the other day and fully three handfulls of hardware he had swallowed within the past two weeks were taken from his stomach- A photograph of the articles taken by George H Lillie a re cponsible photographer later in the day revealed the following outlay one fourbladed knife 3 12 inches long one twoblad ed barlow knife tour inches long three qther knife blades radging from one to three indhes in length thirtytwo eight and ten penny nails and spikes thirty four six penny wire nails sharp pointed sixteen carpet tacks three large screw cue horse shoe nail one barbed wire staple anc three ounces of tIne glass Whallon claims to have traveled around the country for the last seventeen years eating glass and other hard substances in his avocation as a human ostrich Up to two weeks ago his peculiA diet has agreed with him per fectly It is believed that he WIn recover False teeth will co to eat with but glass eyes wont do to see with Loss of sight is a serious thing Grauulated lids styes und sore eyes oftou restlt in tho loss of sight Sutherlands Eo31e Eye Salvo is a guaranteed cure It strength ens weak eyes It is harmless Drug glare sell it The now chill cnre Dr Bolls Pepper- mInt Chill Tonic tastes hotter acts bettor Is better than any other It combines antimalarial lavatiyo digesting and stimulating properties making it nn iceal upbuilding tonic well as an otT ectual nUll permanent cure for chills and fever The use of Halls Hair Honower plO motbstho growth of hair and restores iits natural color and beauty frees tho scalp of dandruff tettor and all impuittleo LJ THE DANGER to which the Expectant Mother Is exposed and the forebodingand dread with which she looks for ward to the hour of womans severest triall is appreciatedy but few All effort should be made placesinpresses to her bosom her babe MOTHERS FRIEND allays Nervousness and so assists Nature that the change goes forward in an easy manner without such violent protest in the way of Nausea Headache Etc Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipationsshe passes through the ordeal quickly and without painis left strongand vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her Safety to life of both is assured by the use ofII Mothers Friend and the time of recovery shortened I know one lady the mother of three children who suffered greatly in the birth of each who obtained a bottle of Mothers FrIend of me before her fourth confinement and was relieved quickly and easily All agree that their labor painfulJOB 31OO 7ZS BOTTU5 at all Drug Storeor sent by mail on receipt of price MKt Containing invaluable Information of SSr ltomt to all women will MM to mac aD1 addreN upo spplicaIon bj RKaULf TORCO PLRASURBYILIB POULTRY YARDS White P Rocks and Lt Brahmas Pen of W P HockS females score 94 to 5headedby first prizo cockerel at Louisville Show scoro 06 First prize pen Ught Brahmas byfirstfor sale Eggs 8150 per 710t J R MOORE Pleasurevilie Ky OUR FRUIT TREES Grapevines etc never were more thrifty smoother or better branched Why send away from home for your orchards when your wants can be filled by your neighbors Send your orders and you will not regret it GARDINER 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