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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ti iL 0 v r THE NEJ WSII New Sells 15s1 I GTQN COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 21897a 35 i 1 POWDERAmnitttei ctdug9tihathflndblqmadd dll forms of adulteration corn won to tbocndnjter brnndv ItOYAIiBAK INO PaWDflR t0M NEW YORK f Local or Business Notices IV cents per r line iqr trio first WsorttOn Hn1 0 donW fdr Bach9dbo1dedtfdldrtloni wails on WhiUdftto ttnd pollUcal hatter Id cents pflr IhM Job Work i4 dcnaSt Idrlrated bUt cash ftiuit be Pate dd dUVflry ol jtopda Advet4lshlgrbntrtiG niftdo dn liberall to ltiJtrfi51 jind iW j tlbas of resbccl 3 4 derltnP- LiGL sncaexls- totliyit tnl slmt HlttoF t ountyOnlcots Vi Ui 800 filS iIclt ai cni h IHUjbco CHURCH DIRECTORY IJA wt ir 4Btmctt h rr 6 d Pugh FrUtor Services cftefy Without It tt itt ahd 8 pUl undajr Ecb io At 8j1rov rr Meeting on Wcd feilny die htat t30 jii == D1T1i0fS1tiC G11ttttlH 4 tnvnT AtklnSbn Pastor Sprfitdj 6 h j he Flwt and ThLrdSUndn3 tn each iMnt- tiIlanittndSpnl dlttintliltiayrt i La sdn eidtcdsotrrc hnudk ntH fin am flpm ftfcyjr Meht txrovctrthntdl1yntgttt tt dt1t JRctLf 1tec CA7I1Ot FHenliesfJttdtott5ervlcchnVPry tioka ih Servtct fctSt RosaDr liobt 1 r FRACERNAINQRDPR Illi50tll Lotion Springfield lodge No 50 toecUtJoeond 2Iou v la each month fit Washington H O tthapter No 37 meets 6 very thIrd1om prtngfaldCaU U No meets every fourtV Monday Jfcnouts of floSciv Meets every second and fourth Mndayjn each month KOOD is or MAd lfEasablcets crery- I brit Wednesday of cactimonth j Lu COUNTY PIRECTORY i IROUITOOURT I Circuit rtbegIna on the fourth Mon J iy In February May and October C E Patterson WiJ Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney F M Campbell Clbrfc rW Shdmsln Commissioner FIr7 QUART Bnty COURT iy dnrtBriy Court is held on the third Mon L flay In January April Jul1 and October Jack W Thompson fudge COUNTY count County Court meets an tile fourth Mon v lu each month jack W Thompson Judge WP Hooker Bounty Clerk 1 HThurman coantr Attorney JR Smith Jailer r l l vJtcraycroftHhcrUT AVRfnnrman r If 3 PovptU VDeputlfcs BtiLister lames F ilooro county SUrofclor Jy W D Sriafp Asse sot K A Noc epUty A R Campbell OoUnty Treaintei ePRINQPIELCDIRECt0P1 j T C Kooj Police Judge itoaht race khrshal- W O Raul CltyAttothey- r JubTICI oOUIiToJJuitlca tourt3aro hold in Jnhdary April 4nlyaadbrhberi I Persona l v rFntttt iWipaRO medical teforchce book fipany epjon affllctoii with any epoch thrpnb or dehcatedtseasft peculiar toI j tholr sex Addtess the leading lllbys Mans and surgeons rif thd United Stales prflathaxvay fo7 Dearborn street t to PhICl1 o FUT DOLLAHH WKK1C EASILY s DR Agents Wanted In every J tnlltr tr lion 1Y I Brjans xfcat and only book The First Battle The best holler ever produced Agents arc tak ing as many as orders per Week Ito 1 YAre of fraiidploiit imitation Send for outfit and hej In work at once W U UOXftliV COMPANY Publishers iiii jboarborn atrect ChlcaK t DrDollAPappermintGhlhxogiecurat- hlUaL permanently A sure appetizer l A portoct blood purifier A cotnplpto e i r htren tbqner It will to tho tnco and change that sallow complexion to a beautiful rosy hue Itcprrecta dls ttlstdigestlon Overcomes nervosa flepfessloti arid lot I spirits It will restore exhausted nod buning mofhoiB to full strength and nerd and tittlcQ bone and muscle for ikliUren Quarantecdi h1T ry Springfield FairII j r if Iirt s Yiemiumsancatd Good RIng Shows COMPETITION IS FREE TO ALL t i FIRST DAY will be dev6tejto4ho display of Needle Work Flowers Family Fio duce Grain and Field Seed Fruits Etc in morning and attractive ring shows in the afternoon LADIES FREE J2A t should attend encourage presence County t I of Be L PresidentRl1BTNOE OF GOSSIP JACKI theres more than instinct in the Jocund play Of Jatkj the little Scot dear as a child Alas that arrogance has mtsstyled Ifco intelligence of inancs and said them nay At this lifes close Denying them there may Co basIfilldAgainst then I could well be rccc- ntid To share with all of them a judgment day Ad life eternal Not a blasphemous thought Witness O Thou who kflo rc t mr 15I mno But this dogs life so innocent is fraught With imitations of such high design That I could wish we never had been taught To think man only holds the spark divine John H Boner in Scptnmber Century PMRTltere is every pros OUR that thero will be a good attendance at the Fair here next week and the management is toIthe trotting race feature will be eliminated this year will probably serve to keep away quite number who are especially attracted all by horse racing there are others to whom racing has no attraction who Will attend to get the benefit of the additional attraction in the number of good ring shows Some good special premiums are offered and the aim of the man agement is to get the farmers and stockraisers of the county interested enough to bring out their stock and products and en ter the contests Good music will be furnished during the fair by Wehrleys band of Louisville Upon tho success or failure of the fair this year probably de pends the question as to whether or not Washington county is to have any more fairs and it is safe to say that no public spirited citizen desires to see the fair discontinued 44 I noticed in the the proceedings minI teachers institute held not long ago and not far away a paragraph startling in its nature and awful in its meaning if taken lit erallv as itis written It reads Miss Blank expressed herself in favor of marking the pupils II wavisaid further about what method would be used or what char actar of mark was to be inflicted l t A jjA t on the pupil only tho fact that Miss Blank desired to mark the young hopefuls Think of it you dear mothers and contem plate of your can the feeling of horror a mother must experi ience at the sight of her dear child coming home some line day marked OfAs It said before the minutes failed to note what system Miss Blank proposed to adopt and one is left to conject ure that she contemplates trying some idea from a modern agri cultural or stock journal such as putting tugs in the ears of each pupil or maybe the sim pler and less expensive plan of Cutting a slit or notch in one orI both ears For the relief of the anxious mothers and to thoI credit ot tho institute it maybe noted that no official action was taken on Miss Blanks suggest iI IiIIi WATERy y of men women spectacle and children carrying water from or two public wells to differ lone parts of the town which can be seen on our streets daily since the dry spell set in should be enough to arouse every public spirited citizen to the realization of how badly this town needs n good water works system It is not an unusual occurrence for our town to run dry during the summer months in fact itI happens every year that the mconIvenionce putting in u system of water works have been made and passed before but owing tto some technical paint nothingI has yet been done i yet time to prepare for a vote on the question at the comin November election and the mat gainImotors who have been figuring- on the scheme It1tUng njound the cycis should bo avoided unless you are willing to mako yourself n subject for experimenting iu surgery This is unnecessary Suther lands Eagle Eye Salvo will euro son eyes granulated Iidsafter all 6thnrshavo failed It strengthens weak oyes Ills harmless Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic tnstos good In goaJ and does good An otfnctu positive and permanent earn lot chili- foyer and ague Contains no poison An anti mglarial ami nn Upbuilding tonic An appetizer aiding digestion It makes s the digestion It makes the complexion byHall a I rrz ISECOND DAYSheep Hogs and Cattle Plug Running Races and illness Horses in the afternoon Some of the llnestjiorses in the country will be on exhibition r i THE TICKET FOR COUNTY JUDGE W H MORGAN FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY W 0 REED FOR SHERIFF J WHARTON FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT- J T 0 NOE FOR REPRESENTATIVE JAMES B HAYES FOR ASSESSOR JOURDAN TERRELL FOR JAILER B F COLVIN The Republican Convention to nominate a ticket for county offices met at Willisburg on last Saturday and as a result of its deliberations tbo above named candidates will do battle for the Republican cause in Washington county in November There was a good crowd iu attendance and everything wont off harmoniously The only race in which there was any contest was that tor the nomination for jailer There wero four candidates for this place and seven ballots were taken before a nomination was made Air B F Cqlvin who was third man on instructed votes when tile convention open ed was finally declared the win neroMr Hutchett withdrawing and throwing his strength to Mr only other rpce in which there was aiy contest at all was that for Representative and that was settled at the opening of the convention when Mr Keeling for tho scUe of harmony withdraw in favor of Mr Hays who was unanimously declared the nomineeHon John W Lewis was chos en chairman of the convention secretary Several speeches were made and expressions o confidence in the success of the ticket in November heard II Owing to over crowding and bail von tilatloii tlioalr of the schoolroom id often close and impu round teachers and pupils frequently suUcr froin lung anti throat troubles ro all such ro would say try lungs and bronchial troubles other remedy can compare with it Snys A C Freed Superintendent o f Schools Prairie Depot Ohio Havitie tntlon in recommending it to nil tvh sutler from coughs lung troubles etc For saje by Hayd A Robertson to Curo Constipation VoroTar b kl flt I r t WITH OUR Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange Inserted in this col umn or ciiAKon Farmers are quested to send in stock or crop items fat publication I have for sale two fine bucks one a lamb and one three years old H S LITSEY 22I Commissioner Lucas Moore estim ates the wheat crop of Kentucky this year at 11 370288 bushels ItIJudd Liggotts sale of Poland Ohlnas held at Stanberry Mo lastI week resulted in a 896 average on about forth hogs Karnaghan Law son made about 870 on thirtyfour head Luckner Bros averaged about 33 III-We will give one years subscription to the NEWSLEADEK for the best watermelon delivered at this office between now and September 1stI Also a years subscription for the best cantolope Sizo and quality to be considered t I i I Oakland Raron 20014 has beenI roInstated on payment of a S500 fine and the great son of Baron Wilkos will start in tho famous Transylvania Stake to bo trotted during Lexing tons big meeting of October 5 to 16 122 The latest use to which old news papers may be put is to soak them in the unpatented invention of a MichU poultry fancier who says it greatly increases their egg laying abilities For fear it may not so well agree wit tho Bristol brood we suggest trying i at first on your neighbors fowls P paid for in N W Iluoinger the rich Oonnoti cut manufacturer has bought Margaret 21314 from Asa Spbar Win chester Ky and will start her in the 5000 Transylvania to be trotted dur ing the big ton day Lexington trots October 5 to liL t r t An Ohio breeder has lately made an jxperimont in crossing sheep broods Upon two flocks of equal numbers of respectively pure bred Dorhet and Southdown rams for the purpose of tailing butchers lambs The result has that the ewes crossed with the Dorset rams produced 88 lambs while those crossed with thO Southdown pro dticed 87 lambs and each flock of latabg was madoto weigh out the aver f age 49 pounds each at 74 daysold IIIThd entries to tho stake aathphrsc for the great Lexington trots outnumber f thoso of any other Assonia iioA inttio world and tho tea day of October to 16 promises to bo the- greatest in trotting history 1 i The first open auction of wootf 6veitf held in this country took placor ntf the Wool Exchange Ne w York Ttfcsdav Aaryast24 Until that time suoh sales I It i j i J i i l i- J t t t THIRD DAY Jacks Mules Etc Mule Race Handsomest Turnout =1 by Lady B e sure you dont miss seeing this asr promises to be warmly contested C i All and by their their Fair Music furnished by Wehrle Band LoiusvilT LTTSEY Secretary ODDS AND ENDS MARKED 1 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION ColvinTte ag1cnoughsJ Chumalheals urnit FARMERS andI thelsubscriptions advaneoIIt croasodf Hurdle Gentleman accompanied were held in but three cities in the world Liverpool London and Ant werp Heretofore the wool business in this country has been carried on by private trading Thorn has been no central supervision over the mar ket and in a sense it has been run In a haphazard fashion The organiza tion of the Wool Exchange was the first step taken to correct some of the abuses that had grown up in the trade The Exchango was incorporated for the purpose of holding tbeso sales and Installing an open competitive market supervised by an authorized body Wool Record IllThere was recently an auction sale Kentucky harness and saddle horses held In Belfast Ireland the account of which tends to show how Kentucky horses are known and appreciated abroad Twentynine head of geldings and mares were sold The highest price paid fgr pair was 59422 two pairs bringing that price The two next highest went from 80268 each Tho highest price paid for a single animal 81657 for a chestnut gelding 16 hands high The lowest was 21461 The attendance was one of the largest and most representative ever seen iin the bazar buyers bola present from all parts of England and Scotland Dublin was well represented while many well known ciniiutal buyers were also in attendance Deafness Cannot bo Cared by local application ns they cannot reach the diseased portion of tlio ear There is only one way to chro deafness that in by constitutional remedies Deafness is mused by nn inflamtcl ebn tltion of the mucous lining of the Kus tachian Tubo When this tube nets flamed you have a rumbling pound o imperfect hearing nod when ft ischtlroly nnloahantd this tube restored to its noinal condition hearing will bo dcnlfoved forever nine insoH out of ten are dosfmyod br catarrh rulclr is nothing got an inllntid condl tuna of tho uiueons surfaces Vo will Ktvo ono bundrctf dollars for troy case of tfcafncwi fpaused by cnthrTh that am not bo eared by ilulltf Caturrh Send for circuiArs frco F1 CHEE f KY t Co Toledo Sold try nfttpghGa The lshot ofNOt A duel wps recently foifght ilh Newport by Alexander Shottaisd John 8 Kott Nott was shot Shottwasnbt In this caso itsi was bettor Bo HhotC than Nott There is a rumor that Nott was not shot and Shoot avows that he shot Nolt which prpveseither that tbe4hpt Shout shotatNott was not shot or that Koto was not shot notwitbstaBtring Isis cumstantial evidoncfei is not al ways goutL ift maybe ipfraia to shedbhott seotf shotlffoii 0185 stetl iienfs with jlreartira are frequent it mny ba possible flint thfe shot SUoir shot shot Shots himself when the WhoV affair would re sbrvo itself into its original ele meats and Sholt wouFd be shot and Mftt woulci be riot We think however un trko silot iiI7 hrf At hotti shot IlQ ShouG but Noti fanyway its Lard to tell WJ1cT1V shot1x SickStomach means sick man or wo l man WhynotbdivclU SICk stomach comes from pbor fobdji poor nourishment means poor beaUHv rpoor comfort 8aker D pCRtlve Cordial means health ana a well stomach If wo could examine our stomach ice would understand wnyit Is that so llltlo will pnt II out of order ifi Hut unless vie are coctors we never nee our stomach We anly fee1I It We would ij1 teeqtlless if wo took Shaker Jlgestlve iCordial Shaker Digest ro Jordial makes your stomach digest all the nonrifhlnp Iootl i u yon oat reiieves all the symptoms of In rdlgostlonncta nq a tonlo Rtid Junkie you well nd strong again Tbo more you take lUo less you will4 r feel of your stomach At Druggists Trial bottlo 10 coma Always a flight Way 1 There IS a right way to adyer= tise any business and it Is corn paratiyely easy to find the right way There need be no unreas onable chances taken The ad yertisera problem is simply to s get his story before the people rmQst likely to be interested anti sirapiy ay plaid1t r s rai oN htorwardt i statement of what he wishes lief wishes ta do for them To be sure jii rep oires thought and Judgment to do this m the right but no mate than in any other de par meof a business withrdyspepsia cOnatlpaUofa afrck headache havolneverfor these complaints of you would have ruoeu cured tbep arosmmU jlllls but great r regulrtow WntewBroVvnO r rf 1 r1 y sec s rid 1z h unitner f rrIIffs the tWie tnatlfrfesalMtftit care outlier lmbtfosrai l allthfrsklllof rriaterriahmartagmnent Baby Icpmftirt ecrtes frortt fat fat 4o 5t5 If Y yoxiv isaby noes not seem w5 yii rfrf weight you mus get morof at the t few dfo so f i tt r eachl day Vlfftffi f drt plump 1 ness fat tfutsfae life inside r baby and niotKefMh happy iiJ qUf bjjY atr fake nreP f Ish Scotls Enn sj as much In SUIllf1 p is fn any OtbetiIseason isle bt altEfetuialtitd r v jw f r rs I e t THE ws LEAb1If jt 1 4 0 THENEWS2iED E L DAVISON UR THURSDAY AUG2US97 ANN01J N JfeVfENTS FOR CO1FUDGE J J PattesjnsiWe aro nnthori28d to aDBOunpc Cliarles tattson of rntorcOUQtyR cafldldfltw for Circuit Judge t I tno Eleventh Judicial Ii18triCt compoFccljof Mdrtoir Vn5nington gay1nrandaction ot tbo flor4tIptyOVOmbOJtu flection 1607 s g j rila leITvr1ngnomination from flio ftopuhllcmvparty foffor tim ofiico of Circuit Court Judge your support respectfully solicited w J LISLE FOR COUNTY JUDGE F1organInWo are auUjorijjed to announce W Morgan ax a candidate for County Judge mt Washington ConMy subject to the ttctfcu of thuijth1icanpaity Hays Vo are nutliqrIdto announce Jumos B Hays as n cahflidata for Ropr sonta llvo for Washington County in tho Low or House of thoi iKentucky Legislature subject to t1e action of tile Republican party IN thQ opinion of every proh3 gressive citizans of the town the time has cprneihen another more determined efiort should I be made to Secure that much needed water works system Plans and projects bay been for mulated before and at one tip the question was submtted to the voters of the town and car wed in favor of the improvement but owing to an unfortunate eimu tho el Uon tejjngs the mat WtlS drppped for the iimeU The law requires tbata such a question shall be taken jonly at the regular election end tbatflr twothirds vote of the people to carry Qt nextregu lar election will he on November 2nd and although there is yet ample time for a call to be issued and eji pralimlnaries arranged ii iistwell that the people be giveo tme to discus the question Seyeral cilzens have interested themselves in the matter bereto fore andjsome plans for raising fcthe requisit ambjunlb of funds have been enumerated The jNEwsLiEADERrwillgive in fut nre issue3sucbpIansdndsugge lions as will be made by those interested it the project and ini dthe meantime everybody shouldl uUe an interest in helping tho mattcr along r TOR BAKER postmaster a Louis ille has stirred up a small rumpus by attempting to remo e employees of tbo office who aro Bunder civil service The em ployees who have Leon given V notice have entered a formal protest and will fight the master bafore the Civil Service Com x mission and also in the courts 14 test case of the civil service law will be made and the result Ais looked forward to with inter est J j THE comparativestatemeut of the grossearn1ngsz the Louis Aille and Nashville railroad forSP nhe third week in August shows 10 total increase iu earnings as fjJ c6m pared with the same period in 1896 o 823300 For tbe period fibm July 1 to August 21 tbo incrpas0pverastyearisS291015i THE twominute harness horse flitS come Star Pointer the rgreat pacer vntLstSaturday in the fPlieJomenal of 1591 I11onsCql1cR0400RCE hareiHJcnanbJIecttofpr spveral years Uhuniberlalna cOlic cholera and larrhoDaromcdy tho only Vurorenof ItacUHkoacharm4 Onodi 080 or It itcJ roUetbenllotLer remedlieJ IIFtIriilebv ioToHac fbririftr Itudtalc t OU3runtced to ii rtllrJUllutronz blood Ate KJpi AUfirn xuts j t i i Iook Out forfhem Sheriff Baugbman and posse swooped down upon the colored fair Friday afternoon and cap tured thrpe negro fakirs who were operating sure things the same being great1v to the disadvattage of munerQus custom rs who planked down their good stuff and drew out noth g There were some five or of the men iu the different swindles but only three cf them dioreoners the officers secured three devices a wheel of for ne a bee hive and another machine running upon the order of the tin horee steal more or IlssircownP risonens were William Cam pbilI Louisville John Monlov of Lexington and Armstead Terry of ShelbyvHle Thev were given a chance to explain before Judge Prewitt Saturday morning but ere u able to make oct a case of- nocete aid were held over CampbelUn the sum of 1000 and the others 500 eachDan dilleAdvo atevDangerous Drinking Wuter brecdsdlRcnsesTliu llrst pymptonis is looscnessio the jbowels Those diseases arc checked by taking Foloys Colic Cure llaydon A Robertson Bontlcld III 141895 eet am subject to cramps andcolic and ave usel many remedies but find Fo ileys Colic Curo beats thorn all W L YEATS Havdon b Robertson Dr Dells Popcrmlnt Chill Tonic is a perfect liver luxntivo anti mularial and blood pnrlfior Remoes Biliousness vdtbout purging Cures cliiils nnd ni kes tho complexion good GucraatccJ by alll doalursvvI1k P IES c U eThen lov 1auldAs glVoth thcu To knovr and era The Jvtmsye secret thought In Mrld Colors wrought If love bath touched thins eyoo U love both toadied thy lips AhotJTled lovE hrbinBUtmt or Toiccrnl still And all the ort To the ImpartcIn varied forms and ways What bUM thy being says If lore hath touched thy Ups If love hath touched thy heart Dear hnart uf thinf Thre made a shrIne srlUlUntoMoro than he dare Put into prayer Sweet of thy grace confer Peace on thy worshiper If love hath touched thlno hnart Gnatavc Harkrc in Up to Date Hnnnlns I own a Wouuilod Inathcr Slipping my riflo through the Eoreeu of branches about rao I took a quick aim and fired Down bo flung the goat ono way and with a snarling roar wont flying crushing through tho bushes in another diroo tion All blissful mcuient that as I scrambled in Lot haste down from tho tree for hero was tho very oronm of sport in prcspuot nn cz citing follow up of a wounded dangerous beast Nothing beats it that I know of for pleasurable excite mcnl that thrilling watclifnl ad vanco along tho fresh blood tracks while your eyes search intently tho jjunglo on every tiido for timely sight of tho crouching plucky brute and the safety of your akin often rests on tho quickness of your byes And Of all animals who oan crouch con coaled liko the panther who more ready to turn upon his foe who more fiercely bravo in his attack even though wounded unto death But this time I did not quite get tbo sport I looked foR For I had not foU lowed far before I heard the panther growling in tho thickets ahead of me Judging from too sound an to whero ho lay I was nhlo to make my way safely round his flank and eo came within view of him stand ing up and listbning seemingly for my approach but evidently badly wounded ana I easily killed him with anothcr bullet Panther Shooting In Control India by Cap tain C J Melliss in Scribncrs A Camels Long Slctnory In Central park Now York city is n dromedary so vicious that tho keepers daro not enter his paddook for fear of being trampled to death Tho other day however an Amu dared what the park mon feared to attempt Three Bedouins in their native dress visited the menngorio nnd quidkly found their way to the can els paddock Ono of the Arabs spoke to tim vicious dromedary in his native tongue Tho animal Prick ed up his ears and grumbled in ro respondedtoed the fenoe and spoko again At the camels third reply he walked over to the old man and rubbed his nose againstbis arm while tho two Arabs who Tfccompnnied him smiled approvingly from outside the mob sure Just then the keepers became aware of what was going on and mode haste to got tho man out of dm l TVM rmn kisaod his now ly found iviCJU gKKiiy rmtT for breaking tho rulca and wen- tcwaCbicago Rocord IL 1 f i Ono oofTwoYIas- Tho bladder was created for ono purpose namely a receptacle for the urine rind at sncc it is not liable to any form of dlseast except by one ottwo ways The frst way is from imperfect action of the kidneys Tuo second way is from careless loqtl treatment of other diseases CIISUF CAUSC y Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is tho chief cause of bladder trotbles So tho romblUto tho bladder was crcatea for mopujpose and If not doctored too much is cot liable to weakness or disocse oxccptt in rare oases It is situated back close to tho bladder therefore any pain sease or mconvnnienco manifested in tileAkhineys backbladaeror nrlnarj paasngols often by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trouble ofsome s it The error is easily made and may bo asieasily avoided To find out rtrrectfy set your urluo asldo for twcnl ffour hours a sediment or settling indicates kidney adder trouble Tho mUd anti extract di nary effect of iir Kilmers riwarap Root tho great kidney and blndcer remedy i- ssn realized If you ncod a medicine you showld have the best At druggists fifty nudono dollar You may hove a sample bottlo arid pamphlet both sent free by mail Mention NEWSLEAIJEU nnd send your ad dress to Dr Kiluior Co Binghamton N Y The proprietos of this paper gum antee the cenuinenols of this offer FACTS IN AFEW LINES- A substitute for silk so perfect as to deceive tile mast expert eye is now mudo from wood pulp The city of Jerusalem is becoming printingAspect of a milo in 68 seconds is claimed for r motor cycle exhibited st the Imperjal institute London In au Eastbourno England paper lGhclessonslesson A million acres of forest are cut down every year to supply European railway companies with sleepers on which tho l inesarolaidb nlytheol orgalliltheyfetfSalvation Army has now fivo diIin Germany with headquarters iin Berlin Hamburg Stuttgart Essen and Konigsbcrg The University of Calcutta is said to bo tho largest educational corporation iin tho world Every year it examines over 10000studentA The total length of tho Kanchestpr ship canalis 35 12 miles The average width at water level is 179 feet and tim minimum depth is 20 foot On the body of a notorious brigand recently killed in Turkey was found 4000 and a notebook which showed o had murdered 192 men The greatest potato eaters aro the peo pIe of GermanS and Belgium Their- onsumption of this vegetable averages 100 pounds per annum for each person HOW PEOPLE REST Soma Knees Sit and IJa Down While Other Crouch anti Kneel There is wide ditfcrenco in the modes followed by tho various races of the world in taking their rest It means lo tho American that by fat tho most eat Isfactory way to do ii is either to sit or lie down but there are millions of hu man beings that rest quite well in quito a different way The most barbarous races crouch and kneel when resting and do it com fortably that they Blofp in those pos tures as easily as an American does in bed Tho lovfer classes among the Hill iloosand coma of tho South American races sleep thus tim men usually crouch ing and the women kueeliiifj In the next higher grades cf civiliza tion those positions give way to sitting with crossed jugs This ia tho Kitting posture of tho Mussulman and the Pa cific island races as is voll kiovu In soma Persian houses bovver it is not unused to tho inhabitants oed guests ranged about u room kiieoliug tcainst tho wall ne Tempted etitli ii nansac Venerable antiquity hangs Lout the banana and by some it is believed to bo tho fruit which tcmpt d Eve vhilo others think that tin great cluster rf grapes brought by Jewish spits from the valley of Eseholo heavy that two men wro required to carry carli were iu reality baiuuias says an rxrluingo Chit tagong Philippine islands Sium and Ceylon wei6 Uio original homes of this fruit A XKV HOOK KNITTINO AND CKOCHKT1NQ of 04 pages ovor original designs Hlusratcd Dcaullfiil lace jiatteriiH ghnwl line Is jackets etc hns been pulilishoil Ty Tho Homo Milk St Boston Mum Rod will lc sont vitli n siiliieridtion to that paper The Home Is n UOpnRO monthly titled xvith urigiiml stonoH lltcrnry nnd do inostic topics nnd fashions Its depart mont of Fancy Work u special feature nov and original lot lgnH onch The price of iubnerlptlon In 50 cents pir year und will induiloono of these booirn a lIPtchtllndueiHIIClH to trial AII n COPy of this liwok wilt bo given with a months Rtibsfription The pnoo of book is 25 cents but a5 months subscription and the hook omllncil will Ire sent for coats Their atinuni promiinn list for 1817 ii il bo wont freeon applioa tlon A MOdern LaZ3FUS Inherited blood diseases ore much lore difficult to cure than those wind ore acquired One of the most commas hereditary diseases is Scrofula willet o mosibstinateIorts to cnre it meet with little success alWaYjpuuyr la eliminated Scrotum leads into diseaseI con thaitchildrenblotMrsMaconGa scroturwasI sufferingsIIelngdregs him for three years CHARLIE MABRY ifofu I n tojl madeliiii ecame affected No treatment waiU spared that we thought would relieve him buthe grew worse until his condi tion was indeed pitiable A dozenblood remedies were given him by the wholesale but they did not the slightest good had almost despaired of his ever being cured when by the advice of a friend wa gave him SSS Swifts Specific anti at first the inflammation seemed to in crease but as this is the way the remedy pets rid of the poison by forcing it out of the system we were encouraged and continued the indicincl A decided provement was the result and alter he had taken a dozen bottles no one who knew of his former dreadful condition would have recognized him All the cores on his body hove healed his skin is perfectly clear and smooth and hs has been restored to perfect health Mr A T Morgan one of the promi neat druggists of Macon and a member of the beard of aldermen of that city says I em familiar with the terrible condition of little Charlie Mabry and the cure which SSS effected in bib case was remarkable and proves it to be a wonderful blood remedyIdcepseatedbloodtuatum Cancer Eczema Catarrh etc It is the only blood remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable and contains no potash no mercury or other mineral which means so much to all wlo know the disastrous effects of these drug Valuable books mailed free to any ad dress by the Swift Specific Company Atlanta Ga W RMsfi WTSVILJIJL FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Romodfcf EVERY BOTTLE GUARAKTEhfl PrcptrtJ SOIl tVIRYWHrUTI =f2 PP fi l1M and WliiVey Hablla CnrjataOWtbout i Book rSa i s tlcniar X at EStEE RMOILFYILD Un1l1lO JPryor St CASTOR 3 A ChildrentTor Infants and frluurd Iyt nl isr1 7ANtEDFAIlIA FUI MKX OR V V WOM tFN to travel fr rwpon slfIo mtablKhf liorso In Ken t ickv Salary f7Sy niiI oxpiiMj 10lilt noriniiiipiit llpforeiusr Ki close IIllfQtrhw cd stniiM d cnvclojc Tho ChicixKONov When Baby was we sare her rIAIWhen she was a ChUd cried for Costorla When she became tSI the cJuuff to Outoria Wboo the had Children she gave them iutorla MINERAL MANURES Bow to Apply For 1ist Ueaalti ECbctlvo Nitrate ot Soila There is u diversity of opinion 03 to the profit in using comhicroial fertilizers most 1 which are mtooral This difference in opinion as to sIno being based on experience Bbovrsd3at it is OiSiuly a Ilcestion of how iniiWal ma nurcs arc td ThosoAvho cpt nato eraLmanurca to grow grain ciup37ilh cut seeding either to clover or grWj find that vhilo the grain crop may tfin porarily be profitable it loads to suchm deterioration of ceil fertility that laud bscomra too poor for any profitable use lint when these mineral fertilizers ore applied in connection with stable manures and aro nado to grow renovat ing crops tho result is not only an im mediate profit in their use but increase offertilityIn early histoiy of farming ia this country mineral manures were lit tle used On tbo uewiy cleared lauds there was fer a number of years au ct crea of potash thiell mado apIicat ion of tilLs mineral unnecessary By and by camoon era of poor crops and tho no ccfeRity of resorting to clover and mineral fertilizers These should go tcgothcr Each supplements tile other according to American Cultivator authority for tho following It ia a mistake to suppose that mineral fertilizers act only as stimulants They will indeed enable poor soil to grow grain crcps for a few years bntit ia by furnishing fb y kind and amount cf mineral plant food that the grain crop needs The pLmt cat only bo mado to grow rnpiuly by bcimi fed with nutrition in itq ingstavailablo form The fertiiioaol imuscd is so mjtijtfenrThpital Tile amount of nt1 rodactivc capital locked npjiu for tility that is not available is enormous on every farm To a considerable extent this casino bo avoided Gtabln manures must Com lItOso before their fertility can bo need RMost of the commercial fertilizers are quick acting Their valuo ii largely for tho first Crop When these commercial fertilizers ate applied with stable ma hurl they hasten tho action of thrt also It in alfo a fact that theBtablo mnnUro makes the commercial fertilizer YrmwClItIrtilizer is mcro effective than tiny other especially vlharo quirk growth is desired This Is MjInri starting early cixp Ombiued with dPrompcsitiml utilized the mine season It is too cx I1flrmEUT crops au early start Wo think Can rico be used with ailvuutspo vhr hI ever clover seed is sown wtthpmin is two the clover itself will fcnre ui trog n from tho nit in tile Foil throng its roots But this chum not CUr until tho plant has made a coraderiolj growth The olyvir needs tho uitrnto at uctjooi advantage cf a top Jv3iyg cf ftblc manur in giviig eJcor n v igrJrM1H rtIIt u iueonablo to suppose thut aprJfwl early in the spring so aa to hti immcdiiitrly effective will bo no le j bcnelieinL Crimson Covcr flair nan Tbo feeding of crimsun clover allowed to stand in the livid beyond tile flower ing season has rcraltal seriously to hors in povornl pectitn where tail plant is xttitsivily raised Tho rroubJo ia causod by the prickly sif ini of overrpoyhcit forming hair bail in the stcuich Ai the liaira f crimsoi clover do nut ttvooio stiff until the paut inns plWiCtt the flowvriup stage stud begnTi to ripest old crtmscn closer hay untold be fed only with great caution Death to horses by crimson clover hair balls has brcj reported to toe UniCod fctatcs do jKiriKent cf nsriouliure from Delaware Virginia and North Carolina f1 many Bi to 80 traIls being removed from f dnijlo animal and tho matter being loomed KaffieVnt importance to iitene- a ial circular of warning Death lo the animal w cnl11l by the iallj form inrJ nu iuipcrtcoablo w dg8 in the bowel thus preventing the onward nrjvemeut of the fowl material and completely shutting off tho intestinal blood vcsspln through tho Preunerted upon them FIVE FRENCH WOMAN JOURNALISTS Mute Edmond Adam fs tho leading woman journalist in Paris bile is poll tician author and editor Gyp is a jomnalitjt cf ecmo repute but is hotter known as a strry writer in c light vein for La Vio Parisienuo- Alnie Yvrr is a marked figure tha newspaper world Gtcd in her mInd is representPxl by the prefect of pollco tho detectives etc but nocr by tbo prisoner Mine Saverine was the pioneer rOm an reporter in French comets At first the poliro wanted to turn her away horrifiod at her pencil and pad but she wou ndmisfic- uillla Faute tho charming and co complished daughter of the president of the French republic writes with re markable iutelligtijco and power and ii a regular contributor to the daily press s S M0K1RRICKDEALER IN BUGGY TOPS WHEELS CUSHIONS SHAFTS STORM APRONS BUGGY WAON HARNESS SADDLES PAKM WAGONS MAOHINERY A FJLL STOCK OP FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES HARDWARE TINWARE J GJSS5WARE is t t T t jj7J 1t ai Hf CLEARJNCE SAL tt y 4tV A OF0 t 4fi tfSUMMER1 GOODSi i f eT II iiltarrb 1n prderc to reduce oWstock wo will i nake s Y eeprg reductins ip piices on i11 f2 fprnineTr Goods especially Dress God lWqsh Gopds CJothiiig and Low Shoes 1 J Jress Patterns worth 750 we Sell fbrKSV k tif 4 J Iress Patterns worth 16 qo vve efell for 6 Gman Organdies 250 worth 450 TV = J9ne Organdies 150 worth 25cftitFrae Organdies roc worth 6a2C h t The best light Calicos 4CV wiI y k Gobd Drfcss Ginghams 50 t J I t 4 I tt1Menst Smt 33 0 to 8600 with 7JO tQj A L5e JJ 31I 500 Childs Knee Patitejgjuite s 4 fc f76c to 150 o1ti1doIlb1moneyVf if oj Jenr SnSafod Childrens Loism firShoes at prices to suit he season Comeiitrr1 iiz fe and look at them vc vffl1 make prices thitlI J will sell tlie goodsc j i t o 1 rJI ittI 41 1 jtlh SPECIAL rPiioEa JJ- J i 1 iI qt u TO ooV iikorpi JIf ifi r sit Jtf CASH 1UYERSI- j iiit oj t t t4 t Jye it liJi l fV rtt4 ttrI t l1tnTO hrJi LAthOrSB 11J 1I a j 1 JMJRTONCctrtHEX IIAYDON Sir MX- Srtakers i1ti t t Ondc Rod funerall Directorst S f fff t j COFFINS r CASKETS BURIALROBES i m OF ALL iclNDS l FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day or uijrht r The services of an EPEHIEN1D JSMBAtMER p graduaie Ir cm a tthcol of cnjlalmid t have beeneDgaReaf JII n k i te c J M BURTONOlHAG N BTOCK VSNdfkth Kt I rPi ifKon8nplfi79c Greatt Trotstt AT LEXINGTONSC S l STAKES 75OOQ Lt rIJis g QOTOER5TO16J1e9TIV f The itb r One 5000 Transylvania Kursdayl p b or more big stakes daily All the crackhdrjseSi l ii iV b Half tare fi 1tafi6 4- Liberati Ji h ana itJi t1 ft DanEIItf i tJ i iitTr1e Worlds Greatest Jetiuit jSi a tp P JOnHSTO1 VrosidcutTj WlLSQHioftr j L ig7zrt 1 i vi i Vr s r Q i3 t r i rt j i o rKE fitw tc Jlrf ftri i o 4 uj S t CLb E ELaX tTBmsnBD vBliY TIIUnsDY 1t OaNLYO r J fRINGFIEbJj ki itoO PLR YiAR lP k Aavrlilai tR1 WILDER t tt DENTIST 1 All Dental OjJsratlOuB PerTorme TEfcfjI EXTRACTED ITUOUT PAiN J i Iii Thursday 7 li OFFICBOver Post ohcti Main office Igo tt8FourtuAVb IxMavlUo Ky 4 kL W F NEIKIRR ATTORNEY = At y LAW OFFICE with a e M6ctiorp bRJ F RINEHARl l tFFICE HOURS 1 tQf p EVERY DAY S11ING1ELb K DR J I BURTON r RESlDENt DENTiST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OFFICE tinman Block oyor i 11n11l l Jt rolls toro F SPRINGFIEGDICY Ciowa and Bridle Work i Specially t 1 TCHpr EaltKtieitni recd Eczema I7id n2n4oichiugaudt uicztiis foci jlonfc to those diceaseais instantly allayed y npplyiaij Clwmberlaiu8 e and flkin nttngnt iuay vety t ctAr have been bonnancntly cnief b it sIis cgnall afroient icr JtchinL Iiles nfnvorito tcmedyrci BOre nip lea tbapped llarida c UlJllina frost bltea and clironio soroeyes 25cts vcr bin Dr Cailjs Contrition PowilcrRi are just thhat I borso needs when in bail cbriditjon Tonic blood purifier end vermifuge They aro not food out pcthorsebentoperpncknre PriceL tlamte norrcl With ta carete Candy Oatliaritc cure rant tpititon to eve lOc250 If C C C full drugs IILJrfllnl moue bR J 1Ie LAMPTON OhrICL 9eor iac JJI A Household KCASSlty tolie No family should ba wltiiodl Fot9y Curd for nil Uottal complalptm JlavdOn ntid RoBefi oH REMOVAL a I have rey place busiiess from Main street to part ot the Dew building on Wall btreet next to the Berry Hotel JvwUj kdep nothing but the BEST g askna ClJfle of your patronage Respectfully JOHN F GREEN1- I3tE 4 frO cI ACOLD IN OKE UA Take Laxative firomo Qalr itt Tabkts Vll druggistsrefund tbo money If it iaHjlocuro S5o Formic by Hard on ftRoDortson and Waters DrowCe Fob t1Gmo s EUBENlVlOCKI BLACKSMITHw Horseshaeingl Carriage Repairing jnd Generall Blael snlithing 111 work guaranteed to give satisfaction at the Casey shop SPRINGFIELD KY if TOllrtJreA1f1rI Joat Tolcxtro Spit Smoke 1Ollu1t tntrtecc easily nndforerarb 5r uet1 lull ct 1Ua neT nnd Igor trlce hoTo a Ik ftrwotr5ct worker Ultot pat er weak men A U1r tlts fog orE1 Carogunrm fIbklet ttwt scrape free Atld garTc tl tJetlaett7Ort r Otueago cr Y J l f t o Si f s jivie You Want to SAVE MONEY Go te- f = I TZIJI Granite Preserving Kettles 1 Any Size Brass Preserving Kettlesand Maslin Preserving Kettles J Any Kind Fruit HardtHoesrubsand Ice Oreanf Fi zersEtc tatent Agents For OW HICKORY WAGONS See the ONE MINUTE Ice Cream Freezer ITS NO JOKE GraDitewaro and Tinware at Lowest Cash Piices t Blue Flame Oil Cook Stoves tte best oil earth 6JZ e 1b 1b w a yitil itt ItFmr jsJ lv J rdl i t y r HBOUT TOWN SPRINGFIELD FAIR September os 10 and 11 HIGHEST cash jirico paid for wheat oats and grass seedst O C McGiLL TAKE your wheat to J Witlter Browns new grain elevator and get highest cash lprice THE ladies cottage prayer meeting will bo held next Mon day afternoon at 4 oclock with Mrs Ella McElroy Word text Labor THE public school at this place kill opdfi ofl Monday next Miss Lizzid bell and Miss Louise Saunders will haye charge again this sessionjTnoM sflH LVKE are dxda Vating iin place iid tho street iin front of their warehouse site on Main street fcir tho purpose of putting in sCales Mits KATE WILLIAMs left o Tuesday fdr St Louis Cincin hall slid Indianapolis to select her fall stock of tho latest things m the millinery line DR F R WILDER dentist of ouisville is hereon his regular monthly visit to attend his pat hirs office Thursday and Friday CONTRACTS have all been llet fOr the building of the new Pres byterian parsonage and work diotelyThe byloVaJ G MANSPiELb Contemplates moving His store from his pres ent position to the rooms form erly occupied by McChord c Robertson and the place is being renovated for that purpose e ofROUND trip tickets from Springfield to Nashville1 Penn 1caeca Exposition on sale daily following rates ricKets limited to seven days i50 tickets limited to 15 days 085 tickets limited to November 7th 935 1LOSTA white and block spot palTpies A liberal toward will be paid for return to J J GRACED Springfield Ky call attention this week to IVE advertisement in another of the October meeting of tho Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association to be held at Lexington A very attractive racing program will be offered this year TILE LottisviHo and Nashville railroad will give reduced rat to all persons desiring to attend the Springfield Flair next week Cheap tickets from Louisville Elizabethtown and all porn along the line THE Ladies Society oZ Pro ressive Church Workers is jFi 1 r requested to meet in tho Sunday school room of the P resby nest Monday afternoon at 8 oclock Very important busi ness and other matters will be discussed WASHINGTON county is a prot ty good cattle country itself There passed through town yes terday 143 head of good smooth two year old steers bought iin this county by Gentry Bros Danville and which worn being driven through to that place The pritf3 paid was 4 cents and the cattle were all fat and fine BABE McCnoRD the little daughter of C C McChcJrd and Susiodaughter of W H Sweep are sick with dyphtheria The cases aro mljd and it Is not thought there will be any fur that spread of the uiseuse tlhoiig the children of the neighborhood nTHREE shiall houses on Hocker lavenu a negro settlemon- Cttigllt fire Tuesday night about1a oclock and were burn to the ground The houses we- lire property of Joules P Edo len and ndrd fully covered by iinsurance They were ddcupied t by negro families The fire first t started in the House occupied by iJohn Carrier Owing to ti scarcity ot writer very little could be done to check tho fitttn eiaeand it was only by a chance that the large tobacco warIllou nearby wail pteVerited fro catching A few sufih fires asI these will only dm IiAsize the necessity of water works for the town The only water dvailab at this fire was a few bucket ftils in an old well in the neighborhood which fasted only a bhort time Now is the time to subscribe for the MKTVS LBAUER only 61n yc tatatiu n Unto or OIUtQut IrritaliII which if not Kiecdilv ntuoved 011 y loud to Mirnnitis No prompter rnmoly bo fuuiid theft Ayors Cherry 1ectoral Its nVct is iinniediiite iud thretult lr rmniPiit The Uinvrittcn1 Lan 1The fate of young Mr Lieb who attempted a criminal assauJtI on a prominent young society lad in a hack on the most fash ionable street of Louisville iia warning to rich drunken scoun drels to go and do likewise in Louisvillo So long as icebergus wretches such as LiebUe inhabit too same world with virtuous women thorn will always more of less appeal to the un wrtten lav through the no d rum of tho Times nGlasgOvII 8Nhatorer mAy ho tho ral a of ban clii InL tho hair may be restored its orl gi nal color by tin nsO of that potent remedy Halls Vegetable Sicilian Ilulr Ronowcr fbrtSLife or a life long disease like serofuhi example The former certainly woe Id CorI proferaiAo were it not that Ayors Sa pirillaean alwayacomo to tho rescue give trapptrtots tho poor suflcrcr health andI rss tPERSON AL Mrs J A Doulvaro was in Louis villa last weokJ11C C McGill has retnrnod from a trip to French Lick Springs Mr R L Dallier ot Little Rook Ark i9 hero visiting relatives Howard McElroy and Miss him nightt Wi B Rinehart and J A Bardsworn in Danville tall first of tho woe Miss Ira Kimberlln has returned home after a weeks vieit at Morgan town Ky ofChnrlov Greene entertained the young folks dancing club on Tuesday last Mr Taylor Spaulding of t county went to Louisville last week on business Thorn will bo a good crowd of Sprlnglield folks to attend tho Bards fJMiss Ruth Sutton of Gontryville InQ is hero Visiting her sister Mrs uEMisa Lucy Ray of Pleasant R neighorhood took in tho Bardstown 1far ycstor Jay LoulaviUtr H II Clayhrooke who has bon dungedhomettMrs n forI i4t1Jj Jir and Mrs Will T McElroy a dadgHtcrs Hleanor and Mary h Monday for n visit to relatives at Danvillo le31r J 0 Munaflcld who has be conQned to his home for some time has so far recovered from his ills eta to bo able to be about again seMrs Bunotto Ilatcliffo nndI SpringfieldmIll are here Oil visit to their ihomo Booing felatiVosi rind friends oldI = R flhultz J O McElroy a Builtleflu some busi nets matters Jh Louisville last week f Scott Mayes and family ra Fred Hpgan and sun Ivan Miss Kt ate Litsey mss Naoma Browne wore among the number who wont to Nn ahIrillo the first of tbo week urThe boys of Springfield enter withIWill McCbortJ About fifteen couple of young folks went but to tho boar ti NcanChord where n general good time t enjoyed by all IThe Lalicd of Pleasant tiro church guvo a qmltiiTg beb last Thursda sokeblue or a day mete perfect then end as from tho dusty highway thiNI ghtldoIodCardinal glittering from limb to limb liko n thread of scarlet as if to o1comcj us therrWo felt very proud There 4Sguests wore present Mrs Mary lava Mrs EHaff Browne ovOverstreotandDrHourd woro guests of honor and not allowed dinnerbe was vary nicest wo ever had and orI eovornllbUKkoUnls MissI110OluOJtyson mIss Madsfleld Mrs Fred Uagan Mrs Will Thurman Mrs Browne and Slisa Viola Browne of Springfield Fonni At Hnyiofn Robertsons drug s oro 2 niarvolous euro for all kidney cgal plaints nervoua oxhiuuMjon Roil fcmalo- weaknofst it is Fclcys Kidnoy Gtrro j e 1111eth111a octcfb ni 1t Tuck Russell is aWe name of a well ktoowr character of tbe PX tremti South Sloe Says tic Pa ucah Sun He is foreman at the coal tipple aud as loyal a gold bug as ever wore the insig nia of the faithful In fact his fidelity to the cause prompted him whenever Capt Len Reuse paid him his weekly stipend in coin of the real m to safely stow awaythtj gold if there chanced to bt any In bis wages and hoard it a home So good a goy bug was be that not a dollar of the gold would Le part with Capt Rouse Iierrd of this no long since and more as a jok than anything else began pay- Ing off his foreman exclusively Mseriousally hd went to the Captain the other day wearicfe an expression of gravity and his grimy overalls and shitting bis quid hb remarked in alt SOJ iousnpss Capo my Gawd Whut you gufamilyIf you ever try Sutherlands JiiRltf Ey Bnlo for fulling oyosluht grniuilntbd Mils or sorq eyes of any kilo you 4vlll bo ItwJn BlRhtod advertUur among youl fricUdy for it UruggUta soil itAA OYIH11IItlamd o SmJierlnnilH Eagle Kvo salvo Try it to night and you will gee better tomorrow night It is not unpleasant to iibo Improve your eyes gH rid of that roug urindtug feelini of the lius andi suulfrIlauHIiclear tho sight and strengthen the eyes Jacob the Secretary Bird An English magazine tells of cue of ilurqueer pets ofa lady vrho when she Albtics begaii to gather cronud her a aura lilT of pet nnitnala One of the earliest and most prized members cf this cam pang teas a secretary gird npcii tvltic h she bcBtoTved the nurse of Jacob l2i reaturec had au enormous appetite which ho fcatiflflcd by freeing tho hcmsc and gardens fry u all sorts of nuimalsI k chicheti mighthathe tidbitsJowovrneighbatG got know of his panic ast as they could and tints kept wader tlw nnrabci of catlings which so aboond cd that they threatened to become ce until Jacobs weakness was dis f 5vor It should bo said that tlK kit lxicruunLoing offered to Mr hocretaiy Jaw j forgvtt6nFur tome minqtoS they could actually hear tho poor thing mewing in Jacobs n1Ikitten about Pomewhcse and tca3 ranch nnoyedat not being ablo to InQ ii Gloats and Dwarfs toredbo a answer this question in a gen oftera way somebody has ciamiaed 27 re tl corded cases of giants ranging frwii rune at 6 feet 10 inches to one at 9 feet 9 thatontho height tf a giant No iI giantess figured in tho calculation It iis yarrows by the by te notice haw mluMof ibcso sleets wore Irish as if the soil Innd climate of the Emerald Isle vtro well fitted for tho rearing of great rata IHw small is a dwarf It would hardly be fair to the intmataro sped men8 of hnuianitylo ignore their claim also to proper mca3uuucnt Well 17 of dwarfs taco um dealt with liuclnding two or three exaincjj of tho fair and gentle sex fnni which it eccusi that tho dwarf isaverage ns nearly as Oiny bo only 2 feet 0 inches high Tlt o range was from 18 Inches thO81U llsttto 8 feet 10 iudus tho tallest Tho Ghocttt A Gorman clergyman was sitting iiu uWoIrjIly till drcr opened aud n ijeasnnt tntcri1 wilhietartlel cOmkU Lie Ah your revirouce critrl the i easan I urn UI f13Ydo theghostsvascertainly arc ghosta saidi tho lorIxOfuuit I kavo tnllypn 6co with itoTwo minutes ago VhrrrT OuI thliLrigycin smiled andcold ftov I uu huclfiU11ivall nnd taken it for u ghost Conipofo yourself wart SO htemp But ho stun toI try nothing alont itt Ealloca toll IIJ Dallron l all is played with bats raid bouncing iuilia rubber halls withm It rJnrfredrolo chalked en tho ground Tho IaN uuiit tho ball bounds ontsido this lino f may to mired on by fury onlooker null itli7 player must instantly give up thefi itad take turn outtitlo tho ring irate which liter playmata steps kerpiug a rharp lookout in caso Uio ball should bound or troll her way Dolly Gets n Bath TW is the birthday ot Aster Polfy lot us clve her a nice enpi oe fro woh her dear old fduWiro Eat doAt let the soap got into Its do11ylrm wNcWforWhat titbg matter Her cheolra wcra pointed alWhttnrAuc1tlil1 glue pons and tho wiRsUa worn Porgirooa fAiyirr us roister have drtftf Jitr and drcsfscd her t vbat n H4 Myt G4tlyWhorl jt i Zj rVS r 11 col 1JuCIQIaw 1t flJfflf t CURECQHSTSPATIOM to 25 SO h1l LY GUtliltlit1170U areaafdaootecaat tioafauaMtaaratbetdealfiuIre pie tad booklet tree ftEfLUiOUEilHitrCuChiro nererrriporrripehntranaeeaar wtrralreeolta Salt aUostroiiCaaorKewYerk0 a a 0 o frtXt WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN OUR J j STOREet 11i Y i m On the lighthand corner syougo fronf iain Street to Depot Wliere we will be glad 1 to she the people of Washington arid adjoin J JIingjCotinties t t We intend to keep one of the most complete sloe of General Merchandise ih Centfal Kentucky and will arantee satisfaction to all who favor us With any part LJtheir trade We thank the publiafor their past favor s and cY+ s earnestly solicit a continuance of sameeDEEP CUTJN PRIOE1 J willi her3 ude for the balance of stl asg nonalt1 1Spring1 and Summer Dress Goods Oothingi and Shoes It will pay yju to see our I5ar3 t t tf11rU7- e i 1J It t flcGl10rd Eobertsoli TEACIIER WANTED i hUver vacanciesegrets times as ninny vacancies amembers 1rJustbavoTmore nfmlJlT9 etch plans ttru plan Jlvo free rtogislrutiou ouClltlnGt1AnANfTHES poI itOr8 lOciiits pay fur hook containing plans and a 00 love ftbry collegodays No rharpre to for oOUTNSRRtv iu wets sro ksTIOAX TBACCHRStLot iSTiixit Iy ZodCat and Mcn ter 0971 u arbors Korihorn vacancies Chicago ofDc Southern vacancies Louisville office Stmlabica6o OnorejUslern E io both oDlcts = i Snatched froin eGrrdVe I Mp iuii t it4 H1ith rttSo tLetter to the Jamcatown N Y1 Sun Bust Chautauqua Co N Y Editor SunI consider lira duty to milks the following statement Onb year ago laat April I became afflicted with Kidney disease I employed ono of the most oxpcrlonccd pUy slclans and frequently rode to his olflfip bra6rdvp I obtained per tuuijcut Reduced relief to I wasIy father Jacob Johnson of Ellery died of tile sworn tttevasn three years ago and I begap to thiuk tUoro was halo hope forma Finally f began tio aso of Dr sneer Kidnoy sad Uackaclio Ours and It helped me from the start Iy llgettlon lmpmretl honnosj left my sides and hack and I tooI on healthy muscle and scab Two Cotdplotely cured ran Yours TaCIiAIV U JUUN bottJClI = AN ORDINANCE iThe Board of Trustees of the town ol SprlugSeld have adpp ted the following ordinance which is now ifl full fora The Hoard of Trustees of the din ordain as follows That hereafter it shall be an lawful for anv person company corpordiMT to erect any telegraph or telephone poles iin any streit alley or sidewalk o e Town of Springfield Ky or to suspend any wire across I ulongor over such street wile or aidowalk without a license or permit so to do of the Boards OffrEcordOff shall bb fined Ten Dollars 510 every such pole so erected and 10 for each wire sosuslj pended over across or alontfj each street alloy or sidewalk jj and in addition be fined bI0 for each day for each pole that may orjelcbire thJtt may be u be suspended over each street t ley or siiik io vialatinn oft thiS ordinance illAugill tA t I r f2 1 r ErerThod7 6180Cabarets Candy Callmrllc the most iron foerful inqdlcal discovery tlie age i casV tsUyandpoaithelyoatkidneys clcapainp the entire system dlsjtcl coldnote lieoitnolic Savor liabitnjil constljiaUoo o Jnnil hlliollnCfift PJNUlc buy and r bOX 4cCCUgtcarnnteerl to rurnbynlilnttgsta r frTHE lWOXDD S OF SGIE8CE or t Lung Troubles and Consnmp J tion Can Be Cured An Eminent New Yorit phemist juid rtr Scientist uReadersThe distinguished NewYork chenifsti Ti JA Slocum demonstrating Aetyivery ofa reliable end absolute cure for consnnip tion tlulmonary Tn crculosts bronchial throat lung and chest diiratsoall jstubborn coughs catarrhal affect jpngen v f fleral declhio and weakness loss of fldsh and it conditions of wasting away will fBrfd THREE PRE BOTTJlS aRaHr rntiP 1tot his new discoveries to any afflicted react trtbaNEwsLiAnEn triUne for them JHisuNiw Bdchtlflo Treatment has cured thousancl peimanontly by Its timely uso and Jjb considers It a ImpjS rofan rV Ilonal du y to suffering humanity to donate a trial oLb1T infalliblo cure t Science dally dovolopea zYz great CbemJst paUently exnerimpntingj lllSyears baspnxl need results as beneficial 1j as can bo claimed b anyonod crnRcnlus His assertion that lua trout les and consumption are curable in tinY climate Is proven layr hirtfeit letters Iof gratitude flloil In his AriiotfCOll and EunK pawn Jaborntr inthtutsands from th SOl cured in all parts of the f0rld Mescal cijicrts concede that bronchialrr chest and lang troubles JId to cpnsump Son which uninterrupted inns speedy r und certain deathrt i 8iwI sly vrita toT A bloa m h1 Gi1fping street Now York glvjnjj post office ntuodfcino t shquldl take aslant advantage ot this gaooroiisrr nrposlsion i r Plqasa tail the Doctor that yousayr hb a offer in the NEWSliij tiitfV L I jJueKiens Ariiica Saiyb fhobeal t sntVo In tho world foisGtlts Ilrulsfs Sores ulcers Ulcflry Salt Bhei urn Fever soros Tetter bair1 iatcs rPtend pb ftlvojy cures 11t p oriiiyreqiilrwl It Is stficranitfod tdelvmor trfifiltthih1ertronsArttZSforo trG r7 FJOi C E CtiCCGRf t J JI J PAT rNI8o j tI ESIGNS1RAOtMARI fcad tit a raodid or ropzh genet X tS X andxra aithtS FJAMINEKsai4f6rt sa tail putout IIeutle orftow toO or CHARGE tl1ttIJlltJltflec Jnrcnloca OfASREl FOWLER S GFflRRELl ft n liwjftrs faJ Ssfffterj of teedesn red O i forIip h eb ftr 142otiLY AYEfASHJi1TOll CM tf q nOOGG Ghlflsitro a lull dlgn Cddita cottonM1tho alitbtittittt pi d6rfuitathtcast ThoY preittfo j nVutnoViai InflRnmtiun of llio bnlryfs trod many Jilber ddirgQte lira l V Iieltd Przpporkhtit tlh1lf111 fit Jt t81rkpll tUI k11 r kb8 llt U 4q n TTTtf ITHE NEWSLEADER 7 J t 6f to c 0 a PromoresDiesUonC nessaidRcStCOfltftlflS neither OpmmNorptiin nor Mineral NOTNARCOTIC f t J titJD i 4IAS1u3 It g- ta8J jrcd Apcect1emcdyrortonsti Lion Sour StomachPialTIlDea Worms Convulsionsreerish ness and Loss QFSLEE TocSxrilc SinQtutc NEW YORK txACT OPYf WRAFFR t ASSIGNEES SALE As AssigneeofF S Hilt I ion SATURDAY SEPTEM their1Qi nrigbest bidder the following property FIRST The farm on which F SbHilt now resides on the Springfield and Mackville turn pike about two miles from Mack t yule containing 145 acres Th isitt firstclass little farm well improved and majhh state of cultivation Has orTiti a good house and barn aria nIl pecessary outbuildings and never failing water SECOND A farm of 118 acres onsame pIke about two mlles froth Mackvilie This is a good farm well improved and has on It a comfortable dwelling house These farms are well located vin good neighborhoodi and cob yenientto churches and schools They will be sold as a whole or divided to suit purchasers TERMS The property will be sold on a credit of 6 12 and 18 months with 6 per cent inj terest Purchasers are required r to give bond with security and a lien will be retained on land to r Forr Hill on the premises or address the undersigned T J NALLY Assignee of FrS HILL i MACKVILLE KY c1t Saves the Cronpy Children r cjYnwo have a uplondld sale on Chaniberlaliia Congh remedy nrjd our customers coming from far and J near speak or jt In tno highest rOll Many have said that their children would havjj died of croup if CbamberlainH- Cough remedy bad not been given K ELL ODRHEN Tho 25 and 50 cent Sizes fu aalo by HaydouJc Robertson JT MARYS COLLEGE ST MARYS KY CLASSICAL AND COJIHEBCIAL STuDIES vWITn NATUKAIj SCIENCES AND r pIZICIIER MATHEMATICS t TERMS FOR 189798 tuitionperscboolor t year 10 mouths12 WBh1DgZ 25 Total S150 payable as follows 4InSeptember 60 January 550 April 40 r I Day Scholars porscbool year 10 months q S 25 7 Music i5 jpT1VIl 00 ro oai 5 4 Boys under 14 years of age andj1t clubs of five from the sdme place total expensqs 142 in payments of5745and S40as above Generous patronage solicited j Studies resumed September 8 t lkiVbAID FENNESSY On ft fkr tHt 11 1 rur77 slaB tHAT ThE FACSIMILES SIGNATURE OF b IS ON TH- EWRAPPER OF EVE- RYBOTTL OF CASTA CMtorla la pat up la cnoclx6 bcttles oJy It b not told In talk Doat Iillas ujano to cell you anything do tho pleader proalao that it faIJun u good will ewer every JiI that you get OA8TO EIA nw111 202 r fto nanCt WILLISBURG From Our Regular Correspondent Deo Piles of Springfield 111 iis visiting friends at this place Mrs Salhe Seay of Danville Mrs Annie Miller of Fi ankfort and Miss Guila Hawkins Law renceburg are visiting Mrs James Brown Mrs Lucy Colvin of your town is here on a visit to friends jMr 0 Poulter and family of jtiaplih are visiting relatives at this place Ladies Aid society gave an iice cream supper last Saturday night for the benefit of Christian churchThere will be work in the M M degree of J Speed Smith llodge No 298 Saturday night Sister lodges are cordially in vited Ed Wells and others attended the Lawrenceburg Fair Dr W W Hyatt has sold bis property in town to Mrs Bertha Shirley for 800 Our town can boast of one of countyIwhich is taught by Prof Poage HeIteacher that has taught here the past ten years inI The Republicans held saturday1and W Lewis the following cuncjij dates were nomi ated W H Morgan for County Judge W O Reed County Attorney Jemes B Hayes Rep e ent J L Wharton Sheriff J tiveI BIFrell Assessor At the convention here last Saturday it was the first time i the history of our town that nat citizen has been nominated from UIReedare glad to know that be has raistd his aspirations so high We are sure that the convention could not have nominated bet ter man The protracted meeting at this plaae will continue through this flweekthe ccwnSty has been well repreJ sented here for the past week attending the meeting The family of M Lynch ofr Bloomfield have been visiting the family of Mr James Green C D Pile from Sacgammonj Co Ill manrfriendsMrs C R Cheat ham has bebn suffering intensely for several days from a cut in the hand but is better at this writing Mrs J B Seay of near Danville is visiting her old home at this place Uncle Dick Breckinridge is on the sick list He is the last member of a large family that settled here forty nine years ago fiei ti i FARM FOR SALE Very chean anti reasonable terms near the town ott Texi 128 acres in good state oi cultivation god fences divided in fie1ds16 acres creek bottom 35 acres in oloverund grass G olLcommon dwelling frame barn everlasting water well andsprings good orchard c See it for a bargain Call on J G MANSFIELD Springfield Ky My boy came homu from school one day with his hand badly lacerated and bleeding and nuflering great pain saya HtjLotUsn remarkably atscarrhonmailam I know of no medicine orIprescription equal to it I conaidnt it hou oliAld necessity The 25 and 60 cent sizes for sale ny Haydon Robertson MACKVILLE Form Our Regular CorrespondentI Diptheria has town and vicinity and the schools were closed last week on account of the contagious disease However we have not heard of any new cases at this writing Rev Atwood Vores a young flip tist minisister of Uurgin wa the guest oi C A Bricken and family last Sunday 0 W Taylor and Miss Myrtio Home of Mercer Co wore visiting relatives neat here Sunday Mr Nelson Thompson of your placement Sunday with his brother Mr DO Thompson at Hotel Several from this place attended the protracted meeting at Willis burg on last Sunday nnd report llargo crowds m attendance Rev Peoples will prpacb his last sermon this conterence year at tbe Mehodigt church on next Sunday Subject Baptism Mr James Ishoni and wife Mr Armenius Peter and others were in Harrodsburg last Friday taking in the Blue Front celebration Sam D Campbells new dwellings near completion and he will move shortly W M Sear and family of near DanVille were visiting Mr cud Mrs Ben Birch lust week Watermelons ere scarce in this section nnd also very small Tney are selling for a good price KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Bardetown August 8t5 days Barbourville September 13 days Paducab September 74 days iBowlingEminence September 84 aysISPRINGFIELD September 93 days Winchester September 133 days Hazel Green September 144 days Glasgow September 151 days Princeton September 303 days Hartford September 303 daps Dniontown October 55 days Owenaboro Octobers 6 days MorgauQeld October 6 days Moments aro useless if trifled away and they are dangerously wasted if consumed by delay in cases where One Minute cough euro would bring immediate relief Wa tars Browne ITo heal the broken and diseased tissues to soothe the irritated surfaces to instant tbeIWaters Browne Running sores innoloU utccas and ftlmi lIar troubles even though of many years standing may be cured by u ing DeWitta Witch Hazel Salvo It soothes strengthens and heals It is the great pile earn Waters = Browne t YEAR3 EXPERIENCE RADII MARKS DESIGNS vvY COPYRIOHT8 Anrono lotidlnx kctrh nnd dmcrtptlon nmj Cukkljr ui rUln ttm trhtbr an lnvontMiiiU probAblr nateuUt touj atrletiy conldcntiL tireucr t rtftrring America tteIatpnti taken tUroajli Muoo tt recolto pec1aI notice iii SC1EKTIFIG AMERICAN ctIliojlt true Mea MUNN CO 361 Uroadnay Now VirU No man or woman can onjoj life or complish much in tills world while suffering froma torpid liver Do Witts Little Earl Utsers the pills that cleanse that organ quickly Waters Browne JIDr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption This is tho lx t irodicine in tho world foa nil fonuso coueiiititton coughliii colds over loltlo Is red Itwill cur anti not disappoint It no equal for whooping rough ivslluija hay fovor pucnmoniii bronenitla la rippe cold iIn the bnad mid for consumption Jtisal ways well to t1koDrlKings New Life Pills iti connection with Er Kings Now Discovery as they rrKuItilThdi tono tho Hlonnicli and bowels Vo Ofinmutoontrc feet satisfaction or return uioiior Krcg trial bottles at Haydnn t UubertsOnL DrugStore Hegular blzo uud ROO 4J Jl MANY THiNKl when the Creator said t j woman In sorrow shalt thou bring forth children that a curse was pronounced against tli hurrian race but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart h contraryDanget ExpectantMother that she may 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