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I have searefcedahu sohchlngi vptstcar And pondered qvestloningvvliy this weory Iomnatbe Contentnfenfla the name ttat my lost treaaure bears v An amulet I woroVplose to iny iopgy heart And all my gathered heave3jt only count aatears inco of my harvest this isno more a part t blit ny ditys tot toll anti saot16ot each hourtMade hopeful mdrn r aiad ereA syeot wlthnolyicaiin s And lBleejpflujoIntjlc8tIniUt 8ranffe poWr Became a benediction a constants heal log balm l But itTs lost and jvhen iny anxJoua dnyla done f aAnd5thonlght With taunted sleop lied dreams and jest bnteebly v vy v Ijvatch for inprninga earjlest qulvoring light And vhen tholdcy Is ccmo it brings co gladdening b onj v Butv tomes with heayy hands Avfth bur- jdenJiifn1do rqiA Andthen 1 work and wait and riih for noony And then for nlgnts rey darknesi sot tling IIkahfrvu 7afSofne prizcsfiiava I gapcdJand somo arri j hitionsroachedj j But O shXearradandvnst ingcost With heart ahungcrj and with taco tear tleacheil h5MyTvhlchithatblost 1 ftON ST tU E S GOOD c SoSiBTT This is a subject I b that has agitated in ny ioinds Sbmejsay the basis is blue blood ji and untarnished characteir and d4tgrea tliabthoseare the prpp er essentials BuV do they form- sthe basis The NOw York Siin recently gave the following in eestintr facts th- 5fli9n 1Onef tho oulidftrs 1a tE5e Do Peystei family wais a sutler ai tiveiifroiitiel1 posts of Oswego and Niag a dufing the old hrench Acaii 1 4450 And liis trial for his alleged equivocalI dealings with the Indians before hQNew York CooiiiaI Jternb1- is yet a matter of coI5 Che greatgrandfatherof ttw founder of one of our pupic lib raries Was it is said a drayman 1Cof the famil of that name wag fottmauyyears ji bqatnian ply ing His little sfcift between Sfeten iIJacob AstOrjthe American tfn cestorof the presentSilya i great part of hisv6ariy lue traveled through thernriilrtrestr e territory With a Sack bartering bead pttiread and other commodities With thE ndiaiis and early settlers in BX change for furs Jay Goutd fox several years traversed iTew York State often surveying a farmers laud for his mere ttoard a common sailor before the mast as given in the published gen1 eaicigy of the family arriving hero in the middle of the eighS eehth century beconies in liis descendants one of the first fam lies of the present day and MarshallO Robeits began lift as an errand boy in South Street He contuiues Is it educa tion or wealth r fortuituous circumstances or ill combined which gives One a position inr what is called the first society Is it culture Assuredly not for some sixty j ears since a tobac ccklistwllo was arnotg tile fupper ten of that day drove through the streets of New York withthe motto of his coat of arms mbla zoned on the panels of his carri age given him by some wag Quid rides Aiigelice Why da you laugh Is itin boinga gentleman with all that that much abused word implies By no means shied in the socalled first society the true test of a gentleman consisting of self respect and hivalric regard for thefeelirigs of qthers is often mistaken for the veiteerand yiar jjhl of a rnee owIdga c f It is currently aid that In Bostn 1I9 Fotr ThUftdrlld 5 before admitting a nevrcomer into its charmed circle asks Vhat does ho wj New York What is he worth And iii PJjiladelphia WJaQwas ins grandfatheD Still these ques tions are purely provincial or rather perhaps more properly local m their character noRRECj SdcirWe o eas y fly fWl intq bad liiibits of speech utter leaving school where eTery mistalce is correct ed and as tis quite tim thing o be Improving ouTselves lets review some Common errors of spe0chi Had better is more often used than the correct form VYouldlbettet Between you and I is an expres iotr we hears dfteiilasthe correct form jbe tween you and me A prepo sitipn must always govern the objective case Verbs also still govern the objective case and will1 so lojiig asthe language is taught Qoriectly and to Take Mary and V anywhere is asiaIcofrect as between ypu atid IT An exchange recently spoke of kmdergarteu children as schol m instead of pupils11 Speiik ing of traveling m a carriage we SQmetimes say jvj8 will go rid ing instead of drIyngRid ing applies to locomotion pp horseback driving to being conveyed in carriage The word clematis is ptOTi ounce d lematis1accenton frsb syla- e shoit enshi bet We often hear the word lot cp rgctly tised to Bxpress quantity andjcomplimenfc something good to eat iis delightful ingteaiddf delIcious The blaok mammy ays pone Qf tbrtHul and lieii mistress correctly uses tho wprd ui- t4ple THIDG NUisAOEWe not t n a nunib of tOwns and neighborhoods in the state that I people and stock have bbea bit teh by dogs affected with hydro pbohia1causingrcat damage and suSeylng bo h to animals and people Springfield is in fested with as worthlesif a col lectipn of the canine tribe as ever disturbed the n6cturnal sluinbef of humanity and Ve luaderstand there ia no license J ee or tax placed npoir this nuance and they thrive and ioani about unmolested 7ould itubt be a good plan to tax the owners reasonable sum say a doUai a head yearly dnd jipon failure to pay said tftx kill the dog and thus rid the town of one of her greatest nuisances as well us a menace to the safety of stock and pe ple Bprerft of Ointniients for Cairrb that contain Xfircnry astneicnry vill tiroly destroy the sense of Biiioll anti coiipTijtoly derniiKO tlJ whole ByKtonr when entering itthiougb tuft jHucoua sui facs S u ah art Iclts shoulcj nBVoria oxcopt on proscrp tlpiia ffon rpputablo pl y lclan8 afrthe damage ther vlU rto la ton folil tha good qu cnii possibly derive fiont them Halls Catarrh Cure yinnufHctiired by F fi Chotiuy ttC Toledo O ctitittJiiH no ni j5ury and ia taVon intotnnlly nttiidjrcctly n30HtIf vrtjdimj Qqucsjirfacoftof thosrxxvii jj buying iralFs Qutnrrli Curp ixj ijjiro you IettiinI gcnulno It Is takeh inlornnlJy In Toledo Ohio y P jr Ciionoy Jt Co Twtii niilats Iu jZTiId by tlrugglMtt 7c pr bottle An extraordinary case of wife selling hps occurred at Irtbling borough a shoo manufacturing village of brthainplonshirev A Darter of shoemakers haying spent all of their money at pub lie houssi and 4bavin nothing handy to dispose of to get more ipnuof them offered to sell his wife for 2s A customer in thc bar acCcepted the offer arid to make the bargain cpnipTQtp pije of tbe men waa inducsi to go through the streets publicly an nouiicing on bebalf of the this band that he had sold and be qnoattio his wife to the pair chsseiv aad giving the nnee bt two coinpanfons nas wi nelisRs to thetran3cffbn x1 W1TH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for ialo oVexchaflRO inseftad In this col won ruse or tJiuitOiS Farpers are re questedto senUjin stock or crop itenta foi publication At a sale of Kentucky yearling thor oughbreds at the S6 louis Fair Grounds met Monday the tip top price was 950 for a colt by Leoijatus Eight ptthem brought Q300 or ovor- i i The determined fight for the inter eats of the Western wool grower imade jnthe Senate bySenatpi ThurstoniTeller Foraker Carter resulted in a victory for the sheep Raiser t Mr Bob Barbonr of the DobdjUght country last Februarjr shipped 30 hogsheipidB of tobacco to theiLoubvillo market and sold it1the CKbogSboads bringing 91400 He rejeowd the saleIand a few days ago put Se same bacco Qp again This time it brought 2600 and away it went MrJBar bout has about 40 hogsheads moro for ialeH31asgow Times r j tcSays a correspondent inho Stanford Interior Journal Mr Reuben Wil hams has apear tree thatliite pioonied three times this season and has now oh itft few poare from yath Dories of Tfiff 1bloomegg that oi the second abVut half aa large While the third id yet very small i French darryjmjnare QompTaining of the Increasing importations of cb eon butter which Is threatening to displace not only the genuine article but aloo olco The lattoV has boon largely manufactured ln prance buts it Bbems that even a cheaper subBti tate juts beanr put orittlje marfeetao that hutterine has a rival tha meets it on its own leveloIt Is not positively determined but very probablo that Danjill ill this jour have no fair The association has boon losing money steadily for year ancLthel directors aeom to think that it would bOmt good Iea to wait a uatlgoo4 timor jfetoni before giving do- nt A deal hs been olossd for the etla of the Thornton l nobnearAntphd 4 Texjbythoheirfl of the Thornton estate to John W Mackoy the Now York millionaire The rapch consists consists of over 100090 acres and is one of the finoet in Texas It la reported that Vtr Jfackey will stock I tim place with thoroughbred bones and mainiaiu a breeding stud iThcn Yen ahc Your Vacation the rnnit necessary artfdlo to havo with you alter you r poclJetlonl ls ft battlpof Poloyts Cplic Cnro Itfisf nn nb Vtitbj prevention or cnrof dorapgomnjU 0tiici bnels caused 1y chance of water Yotrmt HRe1y 1o Tiodd It ASSIGNEES SALE As Ailfeo of F S Hill I will on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1797 at L p m on the premises offer for sale to the highest bidder vtba following property Fins The farm on which F S Hill now redes on the Springfield and Mackvllle turn pike about two mites from Mack yule containing 145 acres This is a firstclass little farm woU improved and na high state of cultivation Has on it a good house and barn and all necessary putbuildings and never falling water J t SECOND A farm of 118 acres on samp pike about two miles from Mackville This is a good farm welt improved and has on It ft comfortable dwelling liouRO These farms are well locatedS in good neighbbrhood venient to churches and schools They will be sold as avhplo or divided to suit ourchasors t TERMS The property will be sold on a credit of 6 12 antI 19 mdnths WHITO per cent in terest Purchasers are required to give bond with security andS a lien will bero tain ed on land to secure the purchase nabnevi For further particularscall on F S Hill on the premises Or address the undersignedS K T JNALLiT Assignee ojF S HiLL ivit Ki Tix NfLrApIna1Ld niIthst an- otlie paprmazino senv to yoz r iutfbnprictot ofie Carpet Jllstorj Oarpets originally came into use among people of tn Orient says the Textile World tirst for spreading upon the gfcnnd in the various parts qf a tent or of i other temporary dwelling places and Eecond foD cpvering the floors ot torn pies and palaces At the supper of Ipbicrates woo l nourished in the earlier half of the fourth century B C purple carpets were spread upon the floors andpt the gieat banquet n given by Ptplemv Philadelphia it instated that underneath the cnshUjhs werc strewed purple carqelqf the finest wool the pattertf of which was alike on bothslBes Oriental carpet flrs t appeared m Spain in the time otthe Moors arid later were introduced into by tbo Venetians but car t pet manuf aisturp does not appear to have been resorted to ia any part of Europe before th6 sev r enteenth century In 1664 the- acpet factory of Beauvois was f established in France which has since become famous ior the great variety aifd artistic quality of its productions in the year 851 there were specimens BX hibited in London of Beauyats manufacture itiTurkiisb Peruv ian and Chines stales vow toMdOflt iti Fifta bottle or common water glass with urine and let It stand twenty four hours a se 1imont or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys Wion urine taiusltn sit isposllireeridchce f kidney trouble Too trconentdeite to urinate orIpain inl o bacttla also convlniiiiig proof thai tco kidneys and bladde are cut ofb U1iTO DOIThere c ntwv In the so often erprcswd toot t r iMUDetfa Bwamt Root the treat kidney rem dyluifllls eyery wish a reIfev1o pain itt the hack l4dno itVe- riladdcrand every partol the urinary pas ages Jt correctsiuttbUity t6 bold nrino id8calrtlnirv ia powUsj It w ad cf fccts folio Nliig usa etkno r vlnj9 or boor anclo prttHneaihut jlunpiaasant liscesslty 1 faYiftIeci at irmany times during the night to trinatof The mild ands xIrairdJnarycfeetsfSwsmpRootIs soon realkcd Itatandii the lirghetfor its wonll te fnl oar s of tomost distressing tmsesI If yon need ajnedlcineyou should have theibftst Bold by druReUl PfJco fifty cents and ono dollar For a asinpie bottle and paHJpWetfco h6atfreeTjy malt mention KcwstKAiiEB and send your mix pea of flee address to Or Kilaer Co Hng barftonNY The proprietors ofthls pa per guarantee the Renuinene of this offer t ASIGNEESS 3A Tha magnificent farm of A B ViiCooper cOntaijiing Arl acres situated on the peiTyville pike one and a half miles from Springfield If not sold sooner privately Vill be offered at public unction at Cpurihouse in Spring field County pour day Jin Aug nat 1897V Term reasonable For particulars see or write Alex Hamilton predjBnckWwn Ky R Y MoBkoy Lebanon JKyM Eo ert CHenients Spring field or the undersigned T W SIMMS Assignee of A B COOPER COH5UHPTIOR BK CURED T A bloeum M 0 the Great Cncmltt and Scientist vrtll BondiPree to theAf fllcjed ThroO BpttleBof Hli NewlyDle covered Komedlct to Core Oonsuiaptiob and IL1iLungr0Ub1O3 Nothing eouitlbO mars lalrdr mora phll acthroplftorcmirymoreioyto the aMioted than the Offerot T A Wlocmn ir tLof Now York City Oonfldpnt that he has discotpred t roll able euro forconouiaptlpa and altbrouchtttl and weakness loss flesh and all coadlt ions of WKSttn and to dafco lU great nnttJ uown be will5 spud free throisbot ties to any reader of tht NSwaLCADEU who may be suffer Ine Already this new swlontulc course of luediplno has permanently cured thous ends of apparently hopeless cases The Doctor considers It hi religious dpty H a duty which he owes to hunianJtyr donate his infallible cure He has proved the droa Jed consumption to bo a curablfr disease bojrond any doubt nidbasofl j1roinltts inierlcau and Euro labbratorlos testliuujib of pspcrlouw from thoao honcflttcd c5dtaaUpft bftho world Dont delay until itiS late Jdusum Gori unlntorrupled raonnrfiptttay wd cfr tttlndeaUi Address T A BJoium SL Cl linb Strfcot Kaw York and when writ iig tjaa tbethr give oxprtsmid pstomc- addresst arid plcaso roontion rcaaing this ftrtlclelii TBB K ET8Ltioniu 2 suther4nds F5f lyo fne3tures soru 0ei otvftK iuU znsiuIact AIds If srrn3t1iessi Mreals jeSInipUnWaniT y titt i tlon It ycay5 cataunt fslInKt5t1 ho OCf oti tit ctedr Aud Utlnct i CALL FOB BEjIQCBATIO IKDIAIiY At o callied eUnW of the lemo 5ratid Committee for WasBlnfcJpB county all ther cbmihittee ien being present the followingplan was ahanf aoaBly adopted for tha election of c Democratic nominees for tie county offices and cgnnty district offices to bo filled at the November election 1S97 i That a poll book fur the various yet Ing precincts in the Bounty as theyt now exist bojsrepared Tvltb a t number of ballots for eacb precinct Each ballot and stub snail have corJ reeponding serial mynbers with the ames Of each candidate for the nom inations for the rcajSoclivi county1a offices printed thereon in separate umns leaving a blank space in each columa under the printed namesor the Tnisertion of name that voters mayTvishto insert and vote for other than the printed names Opposito each name there shall be 4 8quareand b each voter in ezpreRsirighii choice shall crosd mark the sduare That two T discreet ljbrapn oet the sge wentyone shall be cppointed from the residents of ecb precinct as can Vassera of the vote of thei respective recincts whose dttty it shall be tp call upon each voter Ja ills precinct and perform the duties herein set orthSSaid canvassers shall carry ballot boxes for the putpose of depOsiting the ballots cast Said boxes to be locked and the seys theriB loft with the Chairman of the County Corn fs mittee and shall not be unlocked or S opened except before the conimittee and candidateaas Hereinafter provid i ed That each person when desiring to vote flhall be Landed a ballot by the canvassers and the voter shall mark as aforesaid vriVatey for the can dida es of his ohoico Fold and de posit it in the ballot bos and the name of each voter shall be written by the canvassers in the presence ofe thoToteron the stub from whIch each s detached ohbuldL a ballot become accidentally destroyed of mutilated y a voter or canvasser the slb flhall be inarked cancelled and the ballot likgwise marked and dsposited In tlovbox with the Voted ballots and an other ballot given the vOter prdvlded that not moro thanone ballptflhall be c giVeriin Hoe of the ono mutilated or destroyed Any vote who cannot j read or write or who is from any cause disabled from marking Jhldbal hotno canQidate or any ione else foriini4 y bahlpreceo the canvamers for the canyosserB lor theptnrpoae of Influeno Ing voters Tie candidates tot nom nations for couaty qnlctja flrt apply Ing to hava their names printed oh the ballots shall pay into the hands of the Chairman of tho County Corn mittee the urn of 1250 And each candidate entering thp race thereafter shall pay the sum of 82S but when here are more than one entry fOr each nomination the Bum- of 525 shall bo refunded to tho candidate who has paid 1260 these assess j monts being made to defray the ex t ponsoa of conducting the primary Tho name of the candidate will no en teredon the ballot in the order that assesamontsare paid Candidates e for magistrate and constable in the n varioue magisterial districta ara assessed in tho urn of 250 each to be1 paid In as in the case of county offices and their name to be entered upon tie ballot as aforesaid and the vote canvassed in the magisterial districts by the canvassers as herein providedE A830S3nients must be paid or before the 2d day of August J87r No candidates name will bo printed on the ballot who has notpaid his assess mark said ballot for him which is to bp done in the presence of both can TOssora and voter The 5an7aBsing by the canviwaora sAaforesaid8bail beginron thp 18th day of August J897an continue on the iflth50th and 21st ot August 1H8 They will begin their work each day at 0 ara and end at 630 p m aolar tim5 excepting on the 21st of Augast at 9 p rn they will repair to the usual placfeof voting and receive vote in the manner aforesaid bt aacli tKjron3 whoioyaSy reason did itot Veto dnr big the canvass All persona Who supported the Bryan Presidential Klectors in 1898 and all Democrats who for any rca eon failed to eupport said Electors and all youths Who will haye attained their majority by tho November dee tion 1S07 are entitled toYotoih this primary provided that all volEbira par ticipating In tho primary wiU be con sidecedplodged tp support the nonj Incas Al1 as to the qualm ItheDuring the time the vote is being taken by the canyassorsi the candf dates cball cease electIoneering and ment eli or before aaJd date In the rioe for Jiomination for assessor Vbc canpidato roBidlg in either the three Springfield prpoinotfi Fred ricktOTn and Pottaville precincts receiving more votes than any qf the other can didate0 residing ius ild- idfitrfclaahaU be sin tie ticket foi asscBsor nn4 the cancUdate residinsiit eithor it Mack vClo CTehdren YTiUl3burgtIfofh find Mciorusvlild prcctocs sbtli ti orrtho tiQV for ascaaor uitP9ySrccohiuigd 11JflSS I 4 h aoer be thh omiz eec and the other Bhairfxassessor In the cviBntof 0kirt d7e1ctiofl at tlfo Noml rxi1997 Said candidates r fee4c arc notlirnited toanty teti iiw ounty in electioneering t votes After the c nyassftiv l ingas ceased OqAcgv it the canvassers in each sfl deliver the Boxes contaihin a iotir and the tubs and ullfea t0 the committeenan of tvaf j J tote Safely ktTjtly caJji JT man who will on the folic 4in day August 53 189 at fe a rn producq said ballot nd unnsed ballots mflprin t the office of the Chair rr County Committee at wiifrr w i place lit the presence of mittee and the can dateo imsj bozos will be unlocked ansi 4 and the ballots cahfraased anIrmry the coanmitte aad thatnominetii deciareci J W SLs1MSJr Qbalrrnac i5 cratie CBJN5Bomua WATT OBnYA DBiLm ei c v BIznii I vour oles cci Ilku sand wobthe lasbeavtf 11eylTuira aiyfyV1 iiulJstirtCt SthoriHnds E g itiro trill mahothemrjgir Iriijretbousandsjf ease uf aoroeyesnz ilated lids ci long sturltIln when others fall It Is Iuirinltpr glbtuaoUTU WILLISBURG 1Ecain9ir Regular pdzB G llawkin Lawrir pont SundtUhipse Mr Dudley Tapp nndMi1t i Ciilvir yiur tOn epent S1SIiy With hiss MsimeMerritt f Miss Bette Yiiiii wlitli- isiting f1i5s Maflile Merirhis Pest ook etdid itdI oinianieiby MrBiiMiss Lillie Burton ietiMbndayii ei sSiiss Guita lJawIzinsiiasyetthyo- in to Lawrencebur Wh- ioulexhergoEd tiiptJoh 2uonirIefklay fr Louisville iIn BUtton n the intost oLth c1i 1s CoIvit anl Sttcmenoe i work on the hew school aou3e n mdsoni lial r TnoMethoditSwihl bc1dscaia r ai- PmeetiiagnItni SS biflpiicern AuJu9r Jv Miller and cferrsttefts l5 1 Monduy vhli 28 hndsto go ieir isew t1ircher ih y OalasCbredaynightelig ping dtfuck Si Dllalp3hbt a ear TolBamJftdoin ucbdtni5 On IastSatuxdcy nihtIfciSRoyalty thednt hLhiOni Iiit i CarJwellof Iseurt disease hsi istlle tntift t1leh tory ofWi1Ittburgthatthereir5 irldntOWn i i ffv hahn onsiScatcy hivejuiotrV pletel the cotitruct pjiiLtinittle chairolt Ir Annie MilLer uioedto Prank1itlastukMr hnjaiovcd big entire stckOfdry lthnwrenbe1urghlbnsntany niend hero sad rijlct to gix him np vrar i epresstOi of Spitso common Irt sumfrnct1mc accompanied byosofcieg lack of thoghtpower ai3eflclent sup51y ofnoudsh ment The vital force is host It isnt aquesttorr plrnuscle and 4sinew but bi resistance r4 endurance At any age bat especially in youth aKfavolv the risk of lung disease Los5 of flesh nrd a cough afc threat ening igrcs s kcdrse11uhiLQTft of GodiNr Oil Milthe hpo phosphites meets thsse5aselbi perfectly It tones tip atte and strengthens Ip ScottsErnulsori ttatof the oil Is fully diguis i makingIt iSalmost as1flhlk oS SS e r w WII V I j jjjC cx b t THE NEWSLHADER t j 1 t f TMNliiiElDER F 1 L DAVisdNV JR IrICnDjyj L iS91t p ANOT5NOEiIENTSc FOR OiCtJ1TiaPGE Pathsoi- F IVonroauihorJzcd to announce Gbarle Pattpsori of Taylor cocnty ft citnJIilaie rJtttHtjJlJ of thi Eleventh Jndlcial I iJJiairlct comppiaa of MarfQn VVashlneton Taylnf aniGrean Coontiea Subject to ttio f 4 ictlon ttha j3omocriUc party November election f18 R Lfse- nayila Jrocpiwsd nrid scccfipted tho Ij11ztIcuLflflfttI the lief ubllcMn party f itjthiif Cit1Cnurt Judicial District for IhVonico oleIrllUl Court MKP your OffiQ rnpotfu1IY bollelted y j LS1F1 SS- FOR SCHOOL SttpflRINTENDENT Peter 2l Wonro inthorlotr to announce Or icnWfclcttjr is VsmtHrtato for Conjnry jjorlhlendorit of public fechools for ty jfriston county sn joottoc tho ac t Lion ottnd bomourtftlc prrly SaundersV v Wo flfA Uthnrlzpd to J l hamidr8 iKlpxndldatofor tho offleo lirV fUP llntci1 cnt of Common 1 fiS1HQlii t W IPlgtO1uutysnhjoot tii1i1aqsupporLorU1ovoLer0ftI10C0ttt3 f hTithl pudyrsomentof nil pollllcal parl ySv FOR COUNTS JUUQE i MorganS 4i Ff Wtuire authorlzetl toannouncp m I S i v Morgan isS candidato foi Count dgo ft yashingtQn Copnty subject to the t rMtt iifFt1ioKopUlilican3partyf jjREPaESENTAT1V r i tt Hays i hic j C r I H pr ltonmld n J tI Jaatnimcanthdate for 1teprascnLa f tti 6 biftTO3hrnctpn ConAtyto thKlmv f H ier Hoiiso ifthoikentucljy Legislature- il cf F iialj6tttJ fo thq fletfOU of the Ropjibllcdnl N j arty fl iiWopr to W L IceliLiga 4 ntCldlcntn IrorReprcsentn h ttv1f2rWlsiiflgtolt Cotntyln the Low QrHpusopf the Kentucky icslslHturef ubjaot to tho action of the Republican ptirty L TUE Ponville Adyocate has tbefQUowiDgtnI gaid to the Stftle troops it FrarJklm and- i ft Glasgow l J Jsf T e4 s DCeqi State troops itJFtauklirI and Glasgow id pIO toot pifsoner tram possible mot t i lptrposelthat l1llcrimpaTshowever se i Tions tbeiroffenses may be are t Riven a lair trial Atthevsame ff 4q fipe the presence ofijithe soldiers is a reflection upon the law abid 4tfgcitizons of the communities witferQ the trials are in progress anti naturally there is more or less indj natvpn over this direct InsiinuaUon that they have neith f erthe inclination nor ability to uphold the majesty of the law There maT have been no necos C iislty 7or tha action lof the State t tatithoritid3t yet when the locals f offi6ials actnawledge their nelpI i lessnessandappealforassistancR there is nothing to do but send 4hcm aid The prpsoncp of the f ivV tn fCtroops will certainly preserve I thelpbacp and thus a disgrace b lor more discreiitable than the DecjBSsity for their presence rhay Jbe avoided l iopisviLLB is enjoying anoth 4 pr senaation regarding the in dictni ntofcltV officers The I fgrand jury has ordered trae bills against tareo members of the tBoard of Public SaTpty Cot I RJ Tilfprd Dan OSullivun J i ii dGbas A Wilson Also lThQmaslt lQliey and Cunningham The j indictmentsi are in conj mcUon fwaVfr true bills against each 6t fUfreQ pool rcoms corporations ogpiacesti r The three members of the Board otafe5f are charged with mis Jl6asance of office m that they t did nos exercise the authority j vestedl in the said board in sup pressing the ppnlt rooms The t Ujarse against Chief of Police Uayldr is thathq failed to do his v du tyaspolfet officer and tailed v p enforce tile law by not corn piJiQg those under his charge to suppress gambjiug houses J the 9hjrg against the police ynU is tath9y SjDfflccrsofI j liw kuowiugiyjerrnittcdIihr gtruJi1g lobe c rrleSon p t i L r lavostigatibn reYcaldl We fact j ibatt1ihrgenuri1Eiro promine- ntyodngenwcr freqnenters Jli ibosQ places v Miss OONSTANPMcKtN IE daughter of the late DraB Shel ton Me Ceuxie white who was JlntiL July 1stdire 0rot1i1i Porter S cq o o 1 Kindergarten Philadelphia was married to tfobn Pprbana one of the first colored graduates from the University of Pennsylvania ThOI groom succeeded the late Fred eieki Douglas as minister to Hayti After the wedding the happy couple went to Milwaukee to attend the National Educa tpjial Association etingTbel bride isa distitiguished educational worker THri trial pi Tdl Stone for attempted crimindl assault on Miss Moor a teaberin Liberty College at Glasgow antI after ward mailing an attempt toburn the college builiijng resulted in a sentence for twelve years in the penilentiary for arson and seven years for assault Great indignation was caused bltbe action of the county officials in having the prisouer guarded bv troops It iis claimei by the dfl5cers that they only did their duty in DrbtSctin gvttie life of the prisoner trorumob violence THREE Lduisvjllo Building and Loan association s mao assign rflents last week The Colqmbia Build gw Xoan aand Savings Association the GlobeBldg and Loan Association and the Com J iircii l Bldrg anti Trustyt AH i give as therdason for tho Assign mentthe recent decision of tba Jour of Appeals allowinsti jnstitniipns tb cargo only six perceut interest on loans THE State Teachers Associa tion will be held nextvearatI Louisville Prof E H Mark of that city was elected Prsideht radTO OhtrryOf Bo vriing Green Vice President 0 HoN ED cm hTHOMPSON has announced that bo Is a can dtate fOithe Democratic npnanar tion for State yuperinteddent of Public Instruction Tim State Teachers Associa tion 4ieidatB6wlingGreen last week was oue of the most inter esting sessioos ever held by that bodir You must not inake flesh of onoand bone of uiotbortiiako both for your HJjY ysiuf IJr IJoirs ioppcnnint Chill Tonic do yrrtr good If you iipver had a chit If ot are having chill no them Hh ic everything else fii1ff Good Advice for Warns ijfrailjer It is a ilifficult matter at best to tie comfortable this scotching weather The CourierJournal gives the advice pf a well known pbysiciarr Prostration from heat does notcom upon a person llat once but is the result of the a J cumulation of tbo heat of several days The heat isstored up In the blood until a certain poirit is reached and thou the sufferer is stricken Ver few people who ar perfectly well are ever stricken In mast cases the sufferers either have J some form of stomach trouble or have been indulging too freely in akholic drinks It is easy enough for a perfectly healthy person 10 guard agafnst being prostrated by heat Itr the first place care should betaken to abstain from alt kinds of alcoholic dries A light diet is the 6est in hot weather and all heavy foods thbuld ba let alone Fruits and veg tables really ought to constitute the diet in hot weather Ice tea and cold milk sbqid- bo drunk instead of hot tea4or- cuffeo I People should also be careful M to the kind of clpthlpg they wear and should dcess in the lightest garments that catf be obtained durin Vone of these warm spells A cpld bath snould be taken every aight beforp re tiring for thdVfood in the body will Ithen be flthoroughly coilfa perfectly nealtby person is cooled put thoroughly once in avery twenty four hours therewill ije Utiis dxngr of hsI suffering fro n asuDstrokp ITU IWCdil1t alter taking a cold bath oa a hot day pno ull iioiui14tp1 JS Ja freely and feel as warm if no warmer tnanhe lld beford tak qgthelath bnt iit is only sun face heat Pbe blood having beEnc ol dlIs the main points In the case of a sunstroke the best remedy is to apply cold wal r liberally to the head face and wrislF In the case of an utter collapse when the body once turns cold Ute best remedy is to give some kind of siimulaut hut nothing Jti the sLapo of alcoholic drinks The KhaljCra havft inndo adlscavcrF which ts dcstinhd to lidcoiriplisTi much qpod BeaUzhiff that tbrcffrfoUrths of all oir sufferings arise front stomach troubles that the country is literally tilled wIth pcppl6Xvh6 cannot cat end digcstTooclKwlthgfsubsequontlysuffor ing pain and distress and thfi many ore slat vlng Vwsiin to nioraflkeleton Yecaus9 thclrfood dcrca thorn no good they have devoted much study und thought to the subject and the result Is the discovery of their DIgcstlyvn Cordial A littlo book oau bo bl t 0nod front your druggist that will point out tile way of relief at qnco Jin lnveaUalIon will M5t nothing and vlll result in muchpood Children all hate to take Castor OU but qot Laxol Vhich is palatable 33uckingbama Dyo for Whfslcrs is tile Ixst hatuicstlj afc6tf lJl1re8tC1oun eSt most osonomioal and satlsfa tory dye over inv0nted is tho goutlor mans favorite Lightning Hot Drops yhafa Funny Name fVery True but It Kills Al Pain Sold EverywJvSre Every 3ay Without RoIJef Thero la No PaY b OIL People Old people who require fnod cina tp reculato the bowels and klfnoyi will findtho true remedy in Electric Bittors This medicine dges not stimulate and Containa no whiskey or other intoxicant butoctsua a tonic nod alteratiAo It sets mild v on the stomach and nowcla add ingstrcilgthntidg vll1to o to the or gnnsj i WierebV adding Nature In tio per formanco ot thb functions EiSittri- eBtttursIsttti excelLent appetizer and aidsi digciUon Old peoplofmd itjest exact ly what theY need Pico1tfLycnta and per bottle at IWydonifc Koberi sons Drug Store i Speed add safety aae tbd watchwords of Iho age One Mlnuto coufh cure acts speedily safely and never falls Asthma bronohitis coupha and colds ayeounjlby it Waters 4rotvho SStcrg t AiEltbain the late Colonfil Norths seat there ia said to be ones of tbo Etron geafc of strong rooms IIi tbo world Not only worn Ins gold and silver ware Htorcil here bafc HpecJal prraiiBemonta were maflq for the Beonrity 06 the jewels of Lady visitors daring tbo nights of their stay Tim fitrong room f flodfed with cement many feet thick and walled nil round with mighty blocksl of grniiito Tho Da Mavirlcr Voman In an nttible wbioh the liiteMiIr Da JhdiMugazlnQ istic pasSagor 1 obopottJOrondcrdO j not dial ilfqhor that is if boJuipws her lam so fond of herjayself or rather fond of what I waiither fo be Sliob my piece do resistance aud I have often heard her commended and thin praise ot her has sounded ewcot In minocars sud gono straight to my heart for she has becomO to mo as a daughter She is rather tall I admit and a trifle stiff but English yromen tall and stilt junt now and she is rather too serious but that ia only becanfto 1 fled hodifficult with n mere stroke Is black ink to iiiiiicnto tbecpobu ting little cnrred tines that go from tbo nose to the mouth corners causing the chocks toinakob mile Sorgham For Swlria Sorghum is anoscollcnt ood forhogH in that it u cheap and that they thrive well on it butitongbt not to bo led ex chtirly or in largo quantities to brOod 60W8 The chI6f nutrient iu sorghum canes i5thQ sugar jincl wliiln ftJlilS been proved to bo u fattening food for jboga it docs tot furnish the clement of growtht that u sow canyJug pigs should hitvc and if too to her slim should iu addition have snsr snorts or ether concouhhtcd food rich iii musolo form luff elouionta About the Stiles t By the way vtiero is tho major nowadays askcd the mutual friend BoiS lau institution for the treat ment of the ceoblff minded sai Ubo- colouciJwitd1atracootncrimony in his voice You outSftlu Well salt They dont call tho plapo by that iiRino sab Bntyou can see for yoEaif thnt it nmonuta to the Kamo thing It is a water cure establishmentb EatuV Qiuoiunatl Euqnirer BioOd1oin4 Contagions Bood Poison 1as been ap maokioaftlnot cure their mercurial and potash remedies only bottle tip the poison in the system to surely break forth in a more virulent form resulting in a total wreck of the system promioentjeweleI meet 01 twof of the best physi- cIans of this city for a severe grew worse all the while not the Mad that they charged me three huodred was filled with eating sores my tongue was almost eaten away so that for three months 1 waS unable torinste any solid mod My hair was corning out rapidly nod I Was iiui horrible fix I lund tried yriridus trcotments and was nearly dis cpnraged when n friend recommended SSS After had taken four bottles I Uccan to get better find when I had finished eighteek bottles I was cured sound and well my skin was without a blemish and Ihave had return kof the disease SSSsaved me from a life of misery SSS guaranteed purely vegetable will cure any case of blood poison Books on thediccase nditstrcatmerit free by Swift Specifi AtlantaGa ingtouDCsaysIwasfor longtime case polsonb withstanding doUar- sMymonth Fll 1ofcoth will c6 to cnt with but glass oycs wont do to soc with jLnssof sight is a seriousininfr Granulutod Uds styes anti sore ovpa often rcstlt in the los of sight Sutherlands EaSlo Eye 8al vo is a guaranteed cure It at ongth cns weak eyes It iff harinUys Irug glsuMl1 tt Why riot feft youriiwn- MiddReemap1 Pay hut Ono prqit between maker and I user and that a small just ono jrOur Dig Paso CataloBuoaiid Buyers Guide proves that Its possible Weighs pounds 13cc01UnstrutJoosi describes and tcllstjieonoproflt price of over articles evcrythltg you iise We send it for l5tnntsl thiits nottortlia b001cb- utt pay part of the pbstageor expressajce undkeepottidlers You cant get ittoo niulofc MONT60MERV WARD CO Tftc itorc ol All thiCOp- leiuia6 JjllchJgan Aye CItlcago jaui cured TYhbkey at homo Hablta wirn O PIU M ontvoln tlcnlarascnt Bootolpsr PUER- tLWOOLLFTIiD UDla Office 1M It Pry r IJuekierr Arnica mire belt rialvo in thq world for Cuts l3rul8esrSore8ulcQn Ulcers Salt flue urn FovorRoroSjTpttOrvVhoppod linrus Cellblalns corns and nil skin cruptloiis and poaitivoly cures TileH or no pay roQulrod It jsfuaranlecdto give per ferrt fintlsfHctfoii or nvifliii d dj Prico con la per box atiiavdpaith cdsolls Drug Store TThe Tprco of HabIt Brooklyn contains more peopIoVho existIIrailroaxls thhtcltyiptl1o part the city or Brooklyn oa it was beforfi Iof Ham sborg wan annexed and assimi converge at the city hall and until two or tjireoypars npo th6 towu clock was in tbocupoThbtthuut buildiiij During the many jears Umtiif aiiuouno edJhetimQby bell antI unheated it ou itt four diaja toy the person wboTa scd BrooklyniteaovcfJI sea what time it was an instiupf to most Broolyflites and today ultbougjithey knowyt bat flretto ttroycd tliecupola clock and all there is hardly a parson who fitcpsfrom a carat the CIty HnJl square or passes the building who dJianot look inqniriugly toward the spot where thd clock was but is not Kovf York Times TliQ rjrit Vjtronomy Tho beginnings astronomy woraoc the tops of towers or Babylon and the pyramidSjOf Egypt Itttis bplieved by ninny writers that both classes of struc tures were erected for astronomical pur poses As early a tho time of Job nearly 2000 years before Christ most of the stars lied keen divided into eon stellations Time writer of Job mentions Arcturus Orion and Pleiades as being familiar The modern science dates from the labors of Cop rulcus Ty ho lImbo and Newton ThankgIv1ng Jonn in 1771lcurf before which time ThaukFRiyiug had become an ainiual cuHtom in New Enghiudhth customary TJiiufkPgiviug prj lamation of Qovenior Untchiufipn inetwith o very cold recep tiou The spirit of iudcpendencci was abroad mud patriotic Americana could find little to bo thankful for under the British yoke fclostof tho Boston min isters absolutely refused to rflad tho proclamation to their cougrcgationa end several in tho country ako d- oeIhiriFt fnftis PryrPienatch Something to DependOn Mr JameaJqne8 oftbb dVogUrin or JoneaandSonVCowdcri I1U In ppcnklni of Dr Klnififew BIscovery says tht wJtInthat physicians at CoWdonfindPan could do nothing for lior vltgcornec to develop into hasty ccnsumptlon Having lr lirngs Discovery in store nnQ scllmclota of it he tRek n bot tie home and to ibo niirpHse of nil AlE begaii to get better from first dose and half dozen dollar botJlf cured hprfiound and well fir Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds guantnteod do this good Avbrk Try IU Prco trial littles at JIaydon Rob- ertsAns3rug toro Tetter SaltHhcum Rnd Eczentrr CiidenttoSkin Ointment Many very b id cases have been permanently curet7 by it It is equally effleiefit for itcuing pfles and a favonto remedy for eord nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic Boro eyes 25cts per box 1owIcrl1nrejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and verinifngo They are not food but medicine and tIle stiouse to put a horse in prime condition Price 8 cents per package f When Baby wxajslct we snre her Otwor- taWhenh4asChllab IedCattOL- WIenihobecaanaflmslia clung to Caetorin VTbcuslie luid gave them Cttorlx TOCTJBE A rOU lN ONE OA1- Taie Laxuiive Broind Qulclii TatUeti till druggists refund the monpy IlJIi falls to euro 25c Fdrenlo iby 1lndor Uobortsrn ort WnteTS11 wnc Feb 6Ouio A XW J10Q1C KKITTEfO AJfl tROOAETINQ of 04 pagds ofdr original dosint lllubtratcd beadtifu lace patterns shawls hoods jackets etc has been published by The Home 141 Milk SiMBoiiton Mass gind will ix ntAvtha8Ubscndtioii to that paper 3bo Ifomo Iso ISOpage monthly filloi with original stones literary anti do mOttle topics nndfahicns its depart rdbnt of Fancy Workls SDCda feature nor and orJgEul designs nrJI Issue Th price of Inbscrlpllon ls60 cents ptr yea and Include dncrpf these boo5VA a special inducement to trlalsubscriben a copy of this boo3t1h1 be given with 0 months miLxcription The jirifo o book is 25 cents but n months sub scrlptipn andlho book iubncd wiill seii for IScenta TlieirnnnuHi prtihluc list for will bent frel pit njplicn tion GASTOR8A 6rln ants and Children In ft IciUJu i I Ttp1s nFAtTmroL MEN 01 WAr U to travel for respoi lestablished house in Kei tucky Salary taw and oxp3ii 1 o slOws ponauiwntj Hofurciice J2ncJ6s tlPrnddr d8hlnljd envelope Th National Star Insumuco Uldg Chicago Nov IJtt NEWS LEADER 100 a year soy ia Qutmrr1 Is QV- AUTTWORMS WHITES RE1- VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has Ted all Worm Itemadlei EVERY BOniEGUARANTEtfl SOLDEVERYWHEltE rnpntd nicnmosos co ton a bqu chill cnrepr ToilsPeppir jnlnl CliUl Tome tiwtcs bolter nets Iwttn lit letter thna any ntliojv It combine rantimaliirial Javntiyo dlftesUm urn stiirulittiii projwrtlcs making jtni iceal upbuil Urig Umio nil welt as an eft octual anil permanent euro for chills am favor 1TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for Year 8 as t8BEST REMEDY for PILE SOLD STALL BKl1GGISTS mtrilty EBCOBTWU15 s MGK7RRIGKDEALER IN BUGGY TOPS WHERF 8 OUSHiOSSH4Th siqRM APRONS BUGGY WAdQN HARNB3 SADDLES FAKM WAGON MAORINEY A FLLSOOKCF ANbY AND STALE GROCERLE UAIDWARE TI WARE- GiASSVIE i f IbW tJ t SPRH GGOD8Ii r it iiii J ilf Jcw r fIvJrg C l tQib s nttr 7 f kcthtCnf t 1J tng a grEat Ofrf i riIli DUCKS GINGhAMS DlI11TiES i a CORSETS ItMBROIDERIES- GLOVES I tHOSIE13 ft t I 1 t r qENiUflXtSFING F 1F Iiicludintti jnfftnri tf fFnncYtDrc aIg1igoS1iirts fpJ Fnncj anil PIaIB Unilerwcn libeler and Suspenders 7 CLOTHiNG ntt i fJ tt B veire now receiving a Tiiost elegant jihe fM Childrens Boaaiid i = clothing inbettfr styles and1owcrpicethanwe1incet evcr j shown bcfore hJe sireou fee our line bdore YOU uY doewbere I t SHOESe ti i1r J iit 7f Dont fail to Eecjqur line of UeJnier3tJin8nn t Ofdf1nsborr and DroSelby Cosf 9mJ3n and childreri8 fino shoes l1ierearo i itno lines intlicmarkctBupeiior to tlieEe in fit styleundwear 3 J s tCAJRPETS Etc i awe arc shVvrJng jjie greatest stockof CarpetsBugpjJiinoleipmBt jtfiIattinK3f QUcjqUvVelci l of any liousein town Lice urti1ns and 0badeal S1t 4 iri all prices CIlHridspmeat lino shown in ihrs tbwnj scefor tpurst iw if V PAPERIj 2f 4 J i rfpz blip 11 and taj our stock orscoo t1 n8 Wall Parer rinltttTiene lt1comlilnations Vc invite your cpeciiilattentioi to theuicw iclpo1urt jeinge in red grcenliluonad purplisl withbord isarzdceiliigsiommtiicb 2 tri 1 ll j We thank you for past patronage and meat lPi 4f itdiajly solicit a IDol sfrare of your patronage thIS Y 1rI J jU r It 0 c t U NGUIMUNC J r jrI i1nIlTP1i f DE LMTCr 51 4 j iJi j8 i i i1iclli t JT BJRTO N f4 O 0 i t tlBBN IIAYDON SB MANAOEIU l 1 jSUndertakers and Funeral Directers c i fI OF I S i iiIjCASKEVkf i J iIImL1Jl l iliES I ifiiOFALK1DS e fETLY QUJPFED Calls answqrcd promptly day I f b ervice3 ofanEXPERiEND EMBALMER a WiiiTte isczn a stihilji txrl aiming basebLen ccabed 1rI t TJSM d T y11f h j Jr 9 5f I f HAGA1 BLoc4 SPRIXGF1ELD ICy Z t NJI ll iI X jj t TfROM lflLLTOtitEARR Tf r rPIRE Snvesyou4 Big Profits liaise The htots The cad Ste a iiII R S 2 Kll N iITd 150fDur Great Bargain iUiA FOR tPops JIdosHs Suits Sizes 3 16 15 teitb extra pair of paat523 tOgertalWoolta 9 of sjf Sidj up dkbreaItni with Siilflr AhrrJTwillI IjotatStwlthollt I IwithI WheaorO ririgi PmtOffict Order or RegHtrtjd bUtrs sfe3tiutbitli417sr4ir it iLsae chrfuliy rSrndti iotiditatoty SC1141CMmPS1Um p1e Ut tluutin tC 298 I w I fti CUSTQS MADE TQGRDiijl t F IIofltttIlion to fat Ktnt and YouUuSdu Measure romd the Hre si and Vait over tisVut inS rcmCiotcto r ClBU iPIbjr- eel ant sh3iilOti nt fxtftf rctiS thsunny r tcffCJI 0thof ihi tarten Cia thtstane I Celures J ajMaUS T I Sly bisI Ilft I Itt cilti tu n J to l wr- i THE NEWSLEADERJ Jft TilE IESLEAOER j i1tonr1 r SPRINGFIELD KZ tfOO paR AnipAioiM I Pr F1R wltDJSR DENTIST 1 All Deittl Operations Performe j t TEETH EXTRACTED t c wrru ou r PUNgg Thurat da l rIdtiy eatch niontit t j OPFICR Over Postoffiws t MMn ojflce S 684 rurthAve Louisville Ky t h W F NEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW V l OFFICE wUicc srocnon DRjf R1NE14RT- OFICE HOURS 12t 2 pmf fEVERY DAY 1YSPRINGFIFLD D111J M BURTOK RESIDENT DENTIST f4 r TEETHI EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAINtj f r Omofljlnsan Block over MaUStlL11 Jttfons store1 rovtuand BriVJk Spca1ty i ifpB ari LAMPTbN i OrFICE oveR onwsf Yt4 OP wo 11 SS Swy Qr Mi7ui linve been bbntb ntgecttb hk1111 rdnlary coW CIjnpuInQrb bronchitis and jven cousump lioii can bo avcrtid by tile prcmpt useo Ono ldinuto cough care Vateis Browne REMOVAL- SI have removed my place o bustLess frQra Main street U part otbe new buildinsr on WKl fvfreet next to the Berry H0te1 i will kepp notliing but the BEST unci PUREST liquors and ask share of your patronage t Bespectfully JOHN F GREENE TettAr eczema and all similar skin trou jjjles aro cured by the use of DeWtti Witch Hnzei Suivo It sothes at once lint restores the tissues to their natural condition and nocr fails to culo piles TVatert j3roVnc rW aneuflt 0 Idmottbfnk wealCtPWosvElDEHECR ILWrit4uIW hlnztoi ft 0 for their prl3 uflt liancrcd InTcntoia waad tand It ot two = tS TheyardsolUtlftyouhcrdiy knowwyon nfo taking tbpnl ThoY cause grtpigp yet they act quickly and most tboroughlT 5nch ara tbo fainqus little pills itoVitts Little Early Rlsars SniKlt t sfze great In rcsulfe Waters Brtwno t rjf fOVK lIJCKiCcTtrN woti oUt ralI od fIr ncthLn vrJ vntrn1j debflfty fry w1ti7lZQX lIITTR ItwflI curoyOu5nfldIVC a gcjAtflpptIt3 iU dnlz1 REUBEN PJIOCK JIj J BLACKSMITH Horsestipeing i i Carriage Repairing and General l lacksmit lpg All work guaranteed to give s ttsfacjion aV tbe Casey shop v SPIUNGPIBDD KY c nantToliawjSpitEnJ BiaiSo Toir life y To quIt to1CCG enkIIy and bQmlfl nctic nCf JlloneJe Jlt1vJr t tkO o1cr IttjewcrUcrWOTkVTe3k men i MroitgSAIL gIIUgginOSCCrI l c urcgunrnn 1ccdDOklct and unplo froe l1l1rC StSrUr1 tlJer1r9tCUltuO 0 ow Tok f fJ f j Iv If You Want to SAVE MONEY Go to rMCELFlrOycI SHULTZ s i1 FOR Irj1 vGraniteeservingEtti s Any izef Biass- 5Piservin g Kettles and iO r Maslin Preserang Kettles J Any Emcl x r JFrnit Cans Water Coolers Hay Eoi ksBuildrsHard Galvanized Sprinklers F ware Tobaccoioes i Tubs and Thickets eIiurns Asl1 Oedar and Ice Cream Freezers Etc PatentS p Age tsFr OLD IEJCJiORY WAGONS See the ONE MINUTE Ice Cream Freezer r f ITS NO JOKE tti SS jt ff2i t 1 Grniwtre at Lowest Cash Pices Blue Flame Oil Cook j Stoves the best on earth 3t5 MBOUT TOWN r7 HIGHEST cash price paid for wheat oats and grasaseed- t S Vv tJ 0McGiiii A YERY fins three yeakold j Jersey cow with heifer calf aI W6ek old for sale v JNF GREENE TimQharj1yC1ub has moyed its librttry from the Haydon Robertson building tour oIIi ipstairs in ttie Hagan block SATURDAY was lie hottest day experienced Y t1 lsummerj The thermometer registered legreesTii the deanc1130 in- he sun The majority ot pringfleld jeopleTOarS cqntQnt to stay tJ iomoani celesbrateihe Fourth jy staying at home and tr ymg tot eJ cool A few1 ceebratedat- iebion J TOE the 1ina arid lets pro 1unc Ho vi e eHa as ill pa th3Hiwin time tand- Jhe Heasin iie1Accent on he second syla le TmIadjes cpttage prayer J netting will be hfeld at the resi lenbe of Mrs Sue Win IcElroy j Monday afternoon at 1 oclock NordtextuTnkeheed 1 Dcu RiNEHART requests us to snnounce rthot those wishing to ise the telephone that there is ne for Tiublic use at W P Bells t IN another column will bej mind the adY rtisemEmlofTJll ally assigndepi R S Hill Mr Nallyoffors twp good farms or sale at public auction THERE will be the usual ser 7ices attho PresbytQrianchuc1i- Sunday morning and evening Morning subject Righteous ness Growth Text Pr 9213V Svenkig subject The JDebt Assunied 4lt ISthverse L H THURMAN has nfpYed his law offices into thelroiife corner room upstairs in the nowW K Robertson building Iti one of jflio most pleasant and handsom eat law ollicesin town tSpringfieldsee Exposition on sale daily at ollowngrates Tickets limitedt to seven days 450 tickets limited to 15 diiys 085 tickets limitedip November 7th 9 35 JOHN SiMMS lost a ibm work ox as the result of the lieat last Saturday Yoked with anpther ox it Was driven into town in nboutA2 morning and oc1ocicwhen on the return theII Wile from town it fell by the roadside and died iaA few min utes V t WE have haforus a copy ofr The Youths Advocate published at Nasljviilo Tenn It is a lit erary paper published semi nidnthlytaiid is ful of interest r ing matter and especially adapt M td tlie ue of teachers r You may depeM lOn it that tQ1gr9 l ti Yho vertis S I o not ashamed of the goods lie hasI to show you and that his prices honest By advertising the people know where they cnotIfirstclass Jgoods at reasonable prices withoutspending time and patience hunting what they want tIlls hot weather REV GEO Q BARNES the Evangelist is at Stanford eon ducting a revivaltpeetingnttlie- Coultl o se MissTvfaria whose singing is well remembered by the Springfield people is still with her fother and it is said sings more sweetly than over e THE colored people have purchased a lot from Mr T Scott M yes situated near High street fronting 60 feet on the alloy that intersects Main street bounding he rppsrty jcff the Misses Brbwjie upon which they pro pose building a schoolhouse Price 202 i1 THE Statement of the Peoples Deposit Bank found in another column of this paper shows a- von r material increase in its btisiness Net earnings for the past six months are very satisfactory to its stockholders The Board of Directors extend ther mqny thanks to the public for its generpbs patronage and guar a t satisfactory service MR LORD agent of the Ohio Valley Telephone Company called yesterday end stated that the tates forte ephQne seiiices ootw n Lebanon and Springfield jiad been reducdd from 25 to 15 cents per message and from Springfield to Bardstown from 25 to 20 centsJ Y NOELi TJanN T BROW of Danville Ky 1will begin a serijs of imeetings atihe Courthouse tonight Subject for to night Sovmg and Reaping Friday night Wanted aMan Saturday night The Gustof mQrningjlloclockTl1o and atJihjht Bible Sanctiflca tiohVwhttt is it ONTliesday evening July 18 Jat8 qrclpck sl rpu The Photograph mwln be given at St Dominic Hall under the RUg pices of tlie CJtiarity Club The album is composed of i series of living pictures representing an old Virginia family from the grandfather and mother to the herIwChord is managing the affzt- hvhiqhipsuresits success SEVEnAL of our correspoa dents ate veryirregular in sending in thpir cpmmunications We want the news from every town untylrnow acting as correspandents will send in their communcat ionstegularly so they will aj rive aaott later than Tuesday lipdn We would5like to heir correspondent from Beechland thqc9n143t1iatv v h qHzmEwiu be a meeting of the stockholders of the first National Bank of Springfield iKyat their banking house in Springfield onSaturaay August 14 1897 to take the ssnce of the stockholders as to reduction of the Capital Stock from 100000 to 50000 Al 9tis toI reducing tho number of directors from eleven to seven T13L LilSEy r Resident MRS BEN YOUNG whom we reportedt last week as being in a precarious condition from the operationforin Louisville Friday and was brought putliare tjiat evening The funeral occurred Saturday raorning from ihe Gathplic Church of which the deceased wasn devout member Mrs Toung was a faithful christian woman and leaves alarge fam ilyjwho have the sympathy of thecpm mumty in their bereave mont THD excessiye Jieatof the past week has beeri dlmpst unbear able and as a naturals conse quence humanity isi now suscep1 tible to all forms of disease es apecitipiiitzen to see that the weeds around his premises are cut downraked together and burned thus beau tifyingthe premises and destroy iug the seed befpre they are ripe In every bit of decaying animal or vegetable matter there lurkdeadly disease germs wait ing only for the fullness of time to release themto go on their deadly journey A liberal use of lime and copperas about the premisesris very effectual in do stroying disease germs and as an ounce precaution is worth a pound of cure let every citizen dEstroyinggerms 4A MEETING was held yeas held Sunday aftqr the regular services at the Presbyterian church for the purpose of appointing a corn mittee to purchase a lot and to receive bids arid specifications and contract for the erectipn of suitable dwelling house for the Presbyterian minister T S Mayes was appointed Chairman and JL C McElroy Secretary The following named men were elected to servo on said com mittee W Q McChord WAr Waters I H Thurman and X C McElroy A suitable building site vllbe purchased and work commenced as soon as material can be placed upon the lot Power is vestecl iathe committee to decide all matters pertaining to the work being restrIcted to the extent oilythat they are lt9 to contract for work and materials to excel the amourit of the subscription Chronic cottsUiiallon is a pnlnfif 14 jUsf agreOttUo nniillia sortcnlgB difficulty id derange tn iY in caiisos dick Lcndacho t ball breath and olsoas tlio Llopd Itcan ba readily ov r pW J y bpWltts lntlo Jrou1J i psOLMjs T Scott Haves is on the sick listthia week J T 0 NOQ s entFriday at Tath Am Sprifls co McGill was in WIl1eSat TOrday and Sunday Mrs Al McChord a daughter Miss Laura aroat Tathain this week Miss Stella SveenQyof LQuisville i the guest of Mrs Fred Hagan Miss Jennie aycr6ftleftMon day ffor Lebanon where she will visit friends Mises Lucy and Annie Wakefleld of Spencer county are visiting the Misses Ray Will Leachman and Dave pray nIghtInMiss Fannie Simma Is air homo after fraying spent two weeks Bard town visiting r Miss Bertha Haydcn basa pretty visitor in the person of Miss Ruth SpildiHg jbf Bardstown W Of SicOhordwent tb Harrods burg Tuesday by way of Tatham Springs whore he spent thenight Little Eleanor Duncan who has beea sick with foyer three weeks is improving we are glad to report Mrs Qeo Oheshier ahd sbnRua selof Loniavllle are at the Spring flfild Howl to spend a few weeks of the warm weather Will McEhoy f1 ohI vIne took advantage of Independence holiday JVithhomMrs John W Lewis who has been quite sick in Lebanon has returned home and is ablo to he about again hssLouiseSaunderBandbJtherJ ing relatives at Qreensbnrg Ind Misses Mattie undJennle Browne i who went on trio y PBlO E excur sion West writ o that they are enjoy ing the trip They spent Sunday in Salt Lake City Fred P Oaldwell vhd baa teen emplyed by WQ McChord as stan grapherfor about twoyoarH left last week to take tho summer law course at the University of Virginia Ho will return iuthe fall girls E LDavispn Jr is alTatham iet ing the efflcacy of its vfaters for his health In hia absence his wife has occupied the editor ichair and If Ihe paper does not come up to Its usual standard we ask you to eicnso It1 and bopc for better when the editor ts again at lila post of drty Many poUtica speokers clergymen singers uud others who sethe voice excosa Ively ralyupOu Ono ilfnu e cough cure to prevent Imstinrss andlaryn itls Italeaiae asQ preventatlvo is onty equaled by itt pdxver to afford ibatantarieous relief Wn tersBrowno i QUARTERLY REPORT P TIm CONDITION OF PEOPLE8DEP081T BANK iNCOnrORATKD l SPRINGFIELD KY At the close of business Juno 80 1893 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Ics loans ito 714Lemns4T890OrerdraftaDuo from National banks 4884077 Duo front Btato banks bankers23QJ472 aJ4654l Ranking House and Lot 47UVJ8 OOSpecirurroQcy 314OO 752248Furnituroaxid Total t597lW03 jiAulLiTIESSCapital Stock 3000006 Curplus u 460000 SPueDeposits subjectto check on which 0 Intertjst notpaidJU7d2Q1 Time certificates otdeposit on whlch4 per cerit iu tcrstispaid7T538341O353393crotijiiUO3 JA IQULWAIZ OaahW PP ROBEllTSON Pros State ot Kentucky J ss County of Wash rig ton thPcopJeIDoPflSIt bu8lnes3on Main street in the town of Kprn Ucldin said county bcingvduly sworn says that the forojjohiK reiwirt is null respects a trub xtatcmcnt of iho condition of told bank tit the cloo of litsinc on tho tSOtb day of Juno ktiowlodgajuudbelier nosH of said bank has been transacted at tho location named and not qlso whore and that the abovo report IS in ndo m coinpllaneo with nn ofljoiat notice rocoiveu from the Hecretarv uitlStnto designating thu 30th day of 1S07 as the tiny oil which report shall bo inado JA JlOUriWAKliC Cashier Subscriblid andswpnv to befrtro vo by JA BOULWAIIB UushJer Iho 2nd tlay of Juljr Ifion A P McELUOY N P AVaslnnKtou County Ky Commission expires January 13 G D TIOBKTITSONY W L SlILECMAN Directors JSvYA KKY J To uurclzLinntI fever dtfixt raclrtho1 systemlnJlrt phock itjo iuorsrnby using Hicdlcinesrcoiitniulnj ar ienlpT tnorcnry or other Uaugpnms drugs Dr Delhi Poppernilnt CblHtTonic Is it jjnarantowlj tChl1tt ulitum iIfoTolloo FiHtr CcM carcmn1ccjYcnklmai i = 1 L1it ANDY I Rit j i ij 1 25 Oi tAOLU1IT Awuun tITPrpIe and booklet free U SPflUNflM c fe GRAND J Our large stock of 5S mustbesold t i RE1GARDI y We mu t reduce our ou t new quartets Out toss Is y jLfi yourself of this opportunity LATEIAIflIGI14kMtYttIr + X Iat less price than anybodys i Lot oVodd Suits only 3 OO tffec Mens Black Cheviot Suits 8 jiMens Allwool Suits 85 00 iV Mebs Fine Jl1ts750 ntsEttta Nice Bxtra Lt+ Pulllineof Boys Butts and irj will not permit us to mention the 5but a visitto our store wul yjf by buying lGCliord here CHEW CU IA5KYOUR DEALER FOR H F A HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THE sTRRTTeN1JIIEsrntIEIE W39 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY q tlafM VazurakXbrmuton bMoic dutntcZearN WSS SiWISfi1jP- neqvalcd TbclHtletfer totcRng Ormfuofc fvcrattvt fiaaattotu att2JVOIy Lw TEXAS Fiom Our Bp eiaICurresponhcnt Wo have had seyddal good rains otl tetorn iis looking weft hi though it is late for thq lime of the tear Whntis all cut anc4in the ahbct tChe crop is very jrootl this tear but not so good as report ethowing to the fact that lost fall it did not como up so good ns It was QdrYt and then tlthe freeze of last wintcc froze out a groat deal of the wheat consequently it is not itS thictuas it should be The grain Wits never known to be better Ql1 Green of your town was out home Sunday and Monday Mist Lillian Barton ofWillia- burgis visiting the family of Mr Kyncb The follojFing young ladies are attending the kentucky Chitnaquiv Lexington Misses Mattie and AmyRinehartanulBeisie Mrnrr McElrov ol Lehanpn was over to see W JJD Olayhrobk tho first of the week Jim Green was in Bardstown the hrstofthovreok Sidney Green Rold 58head of latiho sto Iotec lont3cts per pound Jim Green nail Nnyloi Kiraberlin were in Ldbnhun Monday G B Cunningham was in our oUIItoUI Measers Teatrer ahd AHet of rindrelultivespUco Miss Nancy J Williams of Bards town and Mfi8 Jfellio Tripset of sitmgMIssl peciiye homes lust Week Both of the young la fies wero Very attract iye indeed und sgxernl of jill young loiiti df the nighborhaod gretted to see thcm iiaAe QrtlcXJlcIlcf For Asthma FijJbys Honey nndTttrlst guaranteed to gio iiitin t relief in II casiwof asthma Do notolrtHa thi with QUIQr medicines tJiathavq tailed to gHO tit lief ajvoltatflnl ErcrTltodisQ1 So Cnscnvcta Candy Ctttlmfllc the most wOn jrtiaaantntiyandllOwclSclclnslllgCUin Hcaditcho 16v y ImlilUtnl conrtlimUoa asd lUlo sncr PJcaoc buy and Irr of O O a today I0f 25 ro ccnte Hold nd guaraulccfl to curefcjr nil dnisslsts DoWWs Witch HazeiSalyo Jianaatl eptle Ulln KIt M ItoaUDgappHiUqftr burns scalds cuts brUltes ow nod urell plies like niagio J h t Wa f rg ihecpmmutee appointed by th KiscalCoujt t ot MadiFon County half W arranged For the urchnseotFi I Speedville pike six anti a half miles r 1 S1200 Piiint LeavpH arid Ugn y Pninf tAte and one fourth miI- cl50SilvercreckWilnutMcadou vt V tand Dig linl5 5Ki1 The Court will J jtI ratily the purchases anti tIre roads tmade free in August ttJhFov mctlfcinics liavO beldthtrgvntiii so succtsefuUy asfAyOrs ClioVryPotioral li lDurlrg tjtc pat fifty years it ba hcert tthe most popularofall coub cnreiuimnd the demand for it today 11 prjaater than Iiover bfifofe jrbmyt 1atetnnduroto 1cure fI rAn English Hyndfcitf has ift ircured options on ii rtrlyvHll thet t r the coal mines In the JclHcir mining District QK htucky yid Tcnpcsee The lands involved in the deal comprise about 100QM acres onwhich there ate now soy enty wines in operation MvcBiU lion dollars is now fl deposit in the Lr Bank otEnlu1l fur ihejhist ptlij 7 ment This i13100 large t jjurcniis it= of coal lands ever consumaieil1 l I rrIfrmn lrtpIiiK into chronic Invalids Tatqrrj Ills hey should tofco Ayefs FafcjapaV f tiH together Wlllt pjqnty of wholcsonie anb outdoor exercise Vliat tljoy ty build up the system is good rct blpon 7 IThe law against oouDterfeitinpfi l t amended by the lastl con eress as to idcldde niuUJated cotns in thatclass n pruvide4 that the passinif mutilated 01 defaced coins or the mtttiluiloK lordefaceraanltpf cbiqs for toy tjJ purpose shall WBeJd to be w criminal pffensFS pUmsihat byn Imprisonment for a eritd ot from one to five aTidja linotifSfrom lPOjto52QpgV d rtbI Llawl tthe practlca ot peecj4ing r lladies with cttfcs at gold aplt silver wilbjSjthe ihHaTsi ofnlue donor tjierepofctor Wo Worn a badges will be a eH ical ot lease Trie law also etrlve oaS of eocisteatie Ji nuutbjer or pcopjsr wbp madeUigpo liyleg by pur chasing mutilated coio ta rq rduqtioa from their Ice vatauf J and piugxftj up the faples sor skillfun hat thui QtiahtalMutfl fzatioQ cppid not be diit yr Even this Jkind Of taiw1 a 1t with the moneyrf tlktgoerI rnentwiltbo regaded v upi ieiso under thOSflttUtC4Cerla tlwi E jrl c a r SJ LP I ib t 1rt ifWiyL l YL tB 0 4 JziREWS LEA DER J21 t f AgctaWcPicparaioflforAS slmitiiLlng ttroodan1flcguIa p t f J r ronsDesflonCkcfu1 C5S and tcoJta1ns nelthcr OixMorpineilOrNkI2fL t No NA1lCOTXCi i tl O7JrS 1 JJ If 1ied hJcJ SJk W2 j fr kh2 1 Apedectllemcdy forConstipa tt l WsConvusions1flwerJ5lt LinSPUrStOkDthrf0 ti ssc1LOsSOlSLEEP r1acSintc Sigrufutol r 1EW YoRK copYciwrPij YsIciEE Frozn Our RegIilarCorrsporntent- Miss Aria P riPtof OPerryyillc r 8IIntlisLt week withtriends here Miss GarioBitcIvhi retunied to her homejn JL6xrnR0n llast Jpridby accwnganlcd iZbMss Kato Peter and brotheri0m wlib will feuiiirt r ft few djips f Dr Johit Graves returned to Louisvjl1 tifekefeii spending iPveral niQnihE 1erwcti1r Co- PrfKerioyisihi Vilmorb Ahl jf k 5 i l MrllnrriotBusb of McoresvlJc if i s visiting telaiivelIere Mr llernarden Peter and dough Sur Pf franklin Ind AIr EB J Peter and wiFe ofDehtDu Tow r rir Prqtoii P corOlI1 it all and al1AlneDi Peter oSJo epbt Tft f allarrtvedlist MiidghtJ tO be present at tho rciLnio1ii the f getcrdJr51Ca t JSplltc ibt0 Cull sninpfiverhundr d Jlambs tovpincinhalr lust veekpay jngeentp ii t MoitJf tha iitii1adlnl Common jI t liji i Ii The rar1ia3r4tnr system in f vogueiit the Cnainproviuces- uSt Ss Tvas a tondl nqyito d5VJ9P Strong leaderauip a continuity ofr fientco- C thatvieisults iiii stuiesmattjiifeo train ing pf great ya1u e rAin ican system givesjiighefaverage train i ing irLpublic ifeto a Irrger ntJm becprmen b Ot would not seen i so well ta promote the lievclopmcnt of pernuvnent and higidy train cd leadersoftho first rank Vlioae pos i JoIlfreDdol1 their I I unqustioueij qualities cri tcUear ITlierc is no particular reason why in the Unit fStl1tcs should not fCE1rtiffmuchi interest and as much zr4 rpridcr in the JlrpngoAtV admirable inca who Jreour nel libflrsapross i tho line ini Canadaiiia anybody tbnutlecT to feel in Groat 3ritajn- vTheso men are the products oi American rather tto lSuropeu 1tQon1Utiun ro by owe nothing moro lot weir tradlltionnl ties with the old home beyond sea than we in- tbo United States owe to pur his tiyricaiEufppcati ties hJis rather alctirioa Jact alt around that Can ti4i Abound to the Ui ifei States j by ties far more essential and in Ninnte than those vhich bind her ilfEngland while on the other il lifjndlili United States in sociall i Jconimercialr andl other ordinary SreTattQns is In deciacdly closer ssoeigtions with JngLind tlianm 1f ij R Vi1i f CT i il lireo TujnIjlces The turnpike question in Ken rQ 7 seems to Rapidly reaching J sblution says the Louisville Dispatch jit cannot be ques ticned that the turnpike raiders is1ltr method of endeavoringto right their wrong s absolutely inde fenSibio Public highways are a public necessity and should be public propefty There is no- iuorfjt Teaspft why there should be pikeinfY I 5tr et tQtil tJa niti c1t a i f h w 5 f172i SE ii THAT fImFA- CS1MiLE r SIONATUBE d o L IItSON THE WRAPPER I o ivmrr BOTTLE OF i iICASTORIA Cia ia put ap la cii33i2o tellies odf It 1ald lla Wa Dot allfj cayon9 to tsll I aayth tlt eIta on the TIeor Pronz thtit 1alfJun as gftd ate will autfer orcr par PCSt 4Ecc tiat yea got W4U3MMWWL nbc r= S crl trtl1 tf I ppr ti are as much a necessity to the Country people as streets are to to the city peoples They should bo constructed maintenecl and owned by tbopubjic It is only matter oi a short timQ when private property in publicrpacls in Kentucky will be abbJIs eji but the change should be brought abbuti by jusii and legal ihetqQds Itcasons Why Charaborjalns Colic Cholera mid JJJarrhlica liem- edy is the Best tirJlieti coliC4ind cholera taqrljijs iBqthusoit tlyt e bnJrome1y tlmt i2eVcrfalitn the iuosfr serer cas ofc dvBcntery and diari ipca i 3Bjseausa it itf the cz1Vretncrtbn- VftItrp olirfiulrdiarrliooai 4 BecaiisA Itifr the bnTyroinaciytiuL- wiu i pr ventbmoQf lIt 5 3EJociu3 JtIa iifl hy rody that- wilLctLro eph1cznaIdoiter t TJecAuSu jt is the only odytljafc t aiiAIWnra depndt1 UponM Mc at b1 Irail1rilHul 7 JJooause it IUiQ H98t pintziudZfl- 3tO1inbiOTflOdJC1flO3fl uaafoc UouuL complaliitsl J 8 Becaxisoftirdiwvo nQ baditjtR9 Jjecause itjiiji idsut and tfo tO takes t B otnseUbas Bayed lljb live bf mare pedplp than any btl or thedieinhr tho vyprjtl iv yiip 25rafid iizpsfor sjalfl Hnydori IObri n1 SL l backing cough lsnotohlyaiiiioylnptO olhD bat jfl3angeroua to thcperon who bus itv One illnutocousb euro vjl quick Ivpntjan ma tQl Waters Browne 1 KOntliern Process The Sotiththas cutered potII new era It is hailed with Jjoy by the bettor class of the South era people irrespectivei of polite ical affiliations This is impressively illustrated by the recent speech1 ofSenatott4cEneryinw- b1chbe unequiv c l1y declared hiepousalof the pnotemve system as tiie hope ofn njQv loch iin the industrial andcorn mercial l conditions and relations qfttebotith 1rrbG South possesses a climate excelled by none asil inerxr haustible in its fertility and prodigal in theluxuuanco and variety of its products It has yaluaoie raw materials required in every departraont of manu facture and possesses them in avaiJa1nJityr nredeterrmIned it js the most en terprising and thrifty section of the country Bui for many years it turnqd its back upon its birthright Wand clung with tenacity to1 the shot teredfihrine ielQst cause This however 4s a thing ofI the pastvTbe face of tho Soutb is turned once more to toward the risingsuu Te quickening iiiflpietice of a better and traer spirit now prevails amonir its controlling classes Promising enterprises are springing up as if by ma gic Factories are being buflt mines op ritEt railroads constructed and batjlcsestab lished Best of all party lines j that oncgVero so sharply drawn sedulously observedare Iendso pdlvdissolvedandI thej OJs losing by pccut ration The looi long suryiviDg 7 F r i 7 45 irlf1trl Eectlonat l apimo11W js giving place tqtthQ spiriotjcjoh afne loyjylty sfliid gener4Us ternIty Irai We have orilytbemcst t cord ial feelings for out Southern fellow citjspfjris aytheyg9 forth a gpeerful and Undaunted lrQ biviori of the JLUture Tho pros pect is inviVih ftnd ths reahzar tion will more tbahcorn eris ate for any ani air sacnfiflas of r 11sfc iopa senlthentsand- politua1 i piE j1d Q9fi Wool Rec tr v Mob Law Mob rule is1 hardly justifiable un3o any clrcumstauces Jot there iSa shade of reason in the jpbblicicrdignaifbn which prevails ibsorab partsof fCntUQk1al locpasionallyhfeaks disorder It is all about toll gates That State is checlrered with high w ys owned by private cprpprar tipn which evact Exorbitant rates sometime a high as three cents a mile for the use oftti roads As population muVtpljed and wealth increasedtravel twas aug bC1tlLclJhe tolltavatinter vals of ten or a dozen miles beV ccrao burdensome Nevertheless it probably wcnld have lean Qp dUi d if the roads had been kept in repair Just about in the in llie proD r lOath t the rev enues of the companies and the burdens of the people increased however1 the rpads were npg 1ef Luntn fiaaiily Vast sums wte exacted fr6m communities for the pf roads that were absolutely unfit ioruse This resuil tbd first in ceui plain tt then inj protest and Anally in reslstanco No pretense of earning the money obtained from the people by keeping the roacts In passable cplleciipnipand the people tiro jropeclyln dg ant In conseq eIQf it Whetper they wilt ba able to liro ure relif y violent means litier legal methods have aildedi remains tp be s een though that 1a1n tQ be ttheonlyl hOp2ICn- s Oity3tar CCLaflt Summer ono rout ghin1cli11- dioii vrna uitik with a fjQtq b1 wcV iWrtblA wiy MIS UKir C Grtfry ot IRfedrtcMjpwr Mo QurtT6at tfwg rani iWy frtlled tljen wo tried Iiitact 1aIrisCIie1thojora anti Iiarbsiajczo jffy vhiOKgtu 6 very sjMXtfly rolilfi For nile Y1itdon it llo1crLc ti elfif no a taking pfi1s or pnri U te tre oliils lr Bells popjrflr- clLi11JtiI1 cures tn niby itself iV 1it i pitiihn that JtoOrit gives tJ pniitr dti hii tho1iitd e It4yn UlTnndihako vojii 8ttopi Itinnke ypulkcl somonccoufit Sold Qnavguar a nice Our tionlli Anicrlcaiir Trado Some of the delegates from Brazl and other South American countries have complainedl with conjydejrable sardasmt that lhm- sttempttOs1iow them tho man ufacturing resources of tho United States comes at the very moment when a new tariff datri inentuj tto international trade is in thia very process of complet iion Their complaints how ever would hardly bear close in vestigationj The fact is that wo purchase about three times as Jarge a value of goods from South America as we sell Fn re turn With exceptions hardly worth mentioning the whole volurco of our imports from Sonth America has beeB admit ted free of all duty whilei one products cannot get into the Latinr American countries with QutsnrmoUDUng high tariff walls Time Din Iev bill proposes lo put soraethirig of ajtax on Sduth American hides it i true but this will involve small hardship frUindslamlit l new measure completed that our tariff arrangements are most extraordinarily favorable to the LatinAmerican countries and comparatively averse to our best cuStpmer the Europeans Qf course the simple fact is that wo import enormous quantities SQutl1imcril into destructive cpmpetitbn with materials produced in 6ur own t country lithe tariff wall we present toward Europe is steep andiiighP tie reason is also ob ious The things Baiopewisues to sell us ehter into direct coni I petition with the manufactures which most people think illsi rood policy to produje abun I dantly in our own inillaud fan tpticsReview of Rayievvs t P B yMlb Every mother feels an inde scribable dread ofthahi and dangcrattenQ ant ttppiT the most cri tical pc nod pf helife je comtn g motlier sitouldbe- 150tnc of jJoy to all but the sufferincr and danger of the ordeaii C make Its anticipation one of misery r IHERSFRiEr D 1 is tIme remedy which relieves 5utfCrtnghour which Is dreaded as wcmans jscvereft trial is npt only mal painless but all thcdanger Is removed by its use Those who use this remedy are no lngerdesppncleiit or gloomy nervousness pttuahd qther distressing con itibns art avoidcd tht system iIs made ready for the Coining event and thcscrioun accidents so com mon to the critical hour are uscotfdothersF 8100 P23 TrtEit aUUmsrStoreaor went by xaall on roccipt of prlca ofinterstaeatFREEl Tke QiUD IiI Ln UEGCL1TOU COAUinUCu OUR 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