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A I 1I I vI1 t r i I r l Y THE NEWS LEADERitNew Series toh Tf E SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER m 1897U 1 HN 37I POWDER Absolutely Pure to1ebrat6d fonts great1caventhstrengtti t tnd health fulness Assures the food 4 Mum and all forma ofadulte jflOfl to tb obpapr brand nsnlDstj lNO I POffiOBR CO = NEW YORK Local of Business lJpttees10 ccnte per Iuafuthi1t InYerffon an f 3 bonuifitSbQtbsu ttt c Calls on crtntUJiitos and1 political 11 erl logouts perra9 i Job WbrtrU loniiailJ rrttjs bt1t cash Jfomt bo paid on a tvIvIf tfodfr MverLJIn cttt nit1raIir- ns QblttiarldK and refcolitttons orrcatJccVa j JUrltnf t 01InsyM AtMex1 l 3ttItO- 3thuty i lvi t 5 IX Officers JOO b1at1it t1Ic5 y iooo CHURCH DlRECTCJRY n F1tar HJjRCtI Rtrr G d Pugli Fctr Sorvlccs rtVoiy J Jnl VJat Ai nl anil 8 p m Sunday at 8r4lliroy r Mobtttis cto XolwtelJll niti1tt739n i t = iMEljaoDJT CllURCIj FiAilffilHa5tir5 SffVitea cin f cFftt irtnr1 alglmd J to oochlNntb T- I1ftSpi1 b L 4titflJROILEfIkT8 rqtolS tcrYB- UI1dn EThyl s IdJ t n t ntl pm PhoY3r h nt it 4 tt uOATROIrnj Iev F nuisthr SerieeutItyb 5erlctIJIrbc RtERtLORPRSL Msoc uoDoc3rincId ilgoKo 60 exLUndMl ntnlu tiaeh nwuth Washington It O ittMIJter Ke tacots bury th1dJOIlVl l ffpr1t gQerd Couyoll Nu meets every t tourtYMfliidajri KgjoUTfl O1tONOP MtfCts ovcfy second bUll fourth ioaduc In each mouth t KldiJ rfJr Tflfl 1IE5MCCtS CTry first Wcdueadajrof each mouth J IJ COUNTY D1RBQ70RY CIRU1COtffi1 I 1JtJDII o C1ruit Court b jtinR on tIithtry la cbniuty May and October C E PutttinOD1JL111 o tV B Sweeney p iimonTnjalth Attorney P M Cniopboll Ubtkv T W Slmtns Jtu3wi ComtalssfoEer = Qaar t tcfiy QUARTRLYCDURTlUoutt ay InSandiuv April Jt1j ttodOeirn r J Ckvtl1tnpi I 1I1dVt CciJNrYCOUqT Cornt Cotrtmcbts oa tno ioiirth Mon Vlu eich month tackYThunrSIJD YCdO W P Hooker County Clerk I tTl1rrp1j gUItv Attorneys j R thnth jafiTi JT ctayeroftSfierlff W R Tliunnan II n P3UIDpeat1n FIM3O11 I lVaioatiFJlpore7 County Surveyor yp 8 iarp Asses sor f ft AN6e1npuy ItCamI3b4I Ooaaty freas rei f PRINGFli1D IReOTOP J CNoPo1icOJud- tfoliu Orace Marshal V O Kcad tity Attorn r JU8TIC0OOORT J tutted cpttrta are held in January Ahrll nir rt Ott4ter = Personal TnKE SlpaRO tnctllcal reforrnco book OI1flypOrtfl itllllcioil with any f nocli lhrotilo or ddlicato dlsoasfl ecollar to r tholr Address Urn leading physi t Iansnnd finrccons of tho United States llr Hathaway Coi 70 Dearborn street cit ca ot i1FTYDOIJ1JiUi A WFEIt EASILY 4 Jt MADK Auonti wuitodt Iu ovorv lo tnllty for JIoliWJ llryan rc1t Iud only boolfTho Iirst ISaltl TtIO lJlit 47 4 fukIngnsk vrtraof frrtudilentlirtHatl llll SolId hutfit nnd Itopiln worlt rtt W JJ COSKEY CoSllANV Iublisbdw HI Doarborn Htrccti Chlcaa =zr t Tr Bolls Poppormlrt Chill tonic curCi tjtiUjB pernuuiontlv A sure appetizer A porlwtbio d purifier A complete fctrenKthoner It Will give dolor to tho frfco and cha jQ that sallow complexion ti a boaittUul rosy title It Corrcts dls orderaof tlno stomach and aidVdigostlon DvQMoirte liervotiR doptcasion andIow bplrltfi It wilt restOre ozhuutetjand uurjjlnte jnohcrs to fiitl strSnjh and i niRrjyndnnaX i bono Aitil muiwlo for b11drThttrtWtOCth t THE FAIR A Successful Old Fashioned Fair Enjoyed By Home c Pepple in spit of apparent lock of interest exhibited by a jpod ttany ciUfcens beforehand in our cotJnty fair the thirty fth meeting qf the Washington County Fair Company held last wecK wasa very creditable ex hlbllioi and entertainment for 1anyIany of the days Ciaturd ay being he biggest day of the meeting ome 2000 people attending on that day Secretary Boo Noe informs us tha while the PSjr will not make auy of its stoc dlders rich by the dividend de elaTed on thearnins of the nemIng1 yetafter aU expenses have bendpaid4 there will bo a balance 6nllie right side of the ledger J Taking evprythlbg into con sideratiori tle show of stock os pecially horses was very good ojifte a number who had attend fed both declaring that there were more entries of horses in tho different show rings than as at jBafdfctowto at which place the people are wont to boast of the E cellency of ttheir sir from ond season to another here were no trotting races toe sure to attract tbj5 wiley bookmaker and the dead game wereIcontests rings ibich beauty style and general tility in horse flesh rather than speed alone were tthe points toe consuertdAmong ru Tiber of horsemen who had stables bore and who carried oil the ninjciriiv CI ntJIS from Muvion Woodfurd Duyjo counties Mr aDdl r bad some good saddle will as some fine roadsters with his string i pair cf lperfectly matched mure ultructing pur ticuldr notice by their beauty S Duster of Boyle had four five good outs and wore sev ral of the ribbons Nichols Bwlesof Nelson county brought up several good horses and colts and gut their slur in the re wards McClosky Bro also nf Nfelson had two or three good imes ill the rings Mr John W CiIley of this county look sevi oral ribbons Witt his handsome chestnut stallion and Mr P Barber also of tbis county cap turcd two ribbons with his flue mare colt ndi one year 61d dyfeatin Josh Bowles colt from Nelson the winner in the co ring at the Bardsiown Fair itI Among the winners of stock were Q L Gruody beef cattle Horace Liisey sheep J W Funk Bro Jacks Joe Phillips of r Marion coanty jennetst Henry Reed T W Siinms Jr and H A Thompson mules orILhogood crowd of ladies attended 1tablei work otc in the morning was good and it is a greEt pity thatI there has not been ball wherein this display can be allowed tp remain during the entire fair The crowd on Fri thy the second day was small the exhibitions wire very gojd The morning was taken up with the show of hogs cattle and sheep and in tho afternoon there were som goods for horses for harness purposes On to last day the attendance was quite good and about the host program of the meeting was presented The features of tne dav and oqe that attracted the greatest in teies were the rings for the best turnout and ono for the worst turnout In ibo worst turnout ring there were throe entries consisting of three couples of well knovn young people rigged out iu the mqsf JfL ridicuous costumes imaginable and driving the lame halt and blind in the way of horse flesh The first premium was awarded to the turnout containing Frank Woe and Miss Cora Vanardall and Huber Hord and Miss Mat tie Mcllvoy capture the second prlSej Mack Grundy and Miss Buckman were in the turnout that also ran1t There were three contestants for the prize for the best turnout Tbe first premium was iawaided to a double seated rig containing Mossrs J D Sand ridfC VL Reed and MIPS Dollte Greene and fiB3 Martha Hays Mr G B Cunningham and Miss Mattie McMakiu iu a stylish single buggy captured second Mr Barbour Rinehari and MISS JIb Craycroft made up the third entry NQTEH The old fashioned fair isall right Just got a few more good citizens interested and next your wE should have a good one The ball and baby ame didi its usual thriving business and tfitJlded a chance for Ibe young sports to bet their money 4 fickle he knocks or a dime be dont were familiar cries to be heard about tile baby game- Mr James Goddard who used to attend the fair hers with his fine herd of Shorthorn cattle was a famifiar figure in the grand staid Cot Tom flrundy who wa president ofthe Fair Association in Us palmiest days and whosj herd of Shorthorns were tnu 5 nest that went the rouLds cf the fairs in those days was on hand and appeared to enjy tile EcentS The poultry exhibit was a liLt tie short M ore attei lion should be paid 10 this hranch of the farming iudustr ucd there Isp no reason vny a good jioultrv display shoulil not be given each 3041 i The worst turnout ring afford ed great amusement lor the crowd An interesting feature of thef first day was a tuck race partici paled in by quite a number of small boys Little Chariio Rob erts came fri first with Wallace Duncan u good secocd t Owlnjf to ovirr crowding and bniljvcu tilatloti the air of the schoolroom irTtTtcTi close nnd impure ami tCIIIIH11IIludllIlpIlRI frojuoutly butter from lung nUll tiifnt tIyicoliU wonk lungs andihnuivhinl tronbUa IUlolher remedy can conipuro with it Swys A Froe S SiijKrintendpnt of BtthonlH Prairio Lopot Uhio Haviitr IUIIll knowledge or lit ellkarv of Chain ImllnlntjluughlCtnOlly I hnvo no heci tattoo in reeuinmondiuu it to all whoi sutler from lung totiLu otc IIOf salejby liayd A llobertHon STItAYSD OH STOLEN The Sundwsbool class was singing vl want to bo an aagel Why dont yOu sing louder Bobby asked the teacher Im singing as loud as I feel ex plumed Bobby 1A woman called at the Lewis ton Me police station one day last week and asked if she could havo her husband whippei he- had been scolding her Tbo iQffiers suggested that the vo man who wan big and strong sIc toe whipping herself nod she went away with the remark dunno fut I lila do it A country couteuipcraryre marks mere is aucb a thing as overdoing this higher education of women idea Whats the use of stufilng a poorrlittljs womans head full Qf French and who iia going to spend GreehI of her life spanning some mans children and chasing redI flannel upanddownU washboard A man who was bitten by a rattlesnake drank a q art of whisky as a remedy lie died soon afterward tnd the coro ners jury brought iu this verr dict The deceased car to hit death either fronl the snako o r wfjiskv the jury being uncertain wbiclii and the physician beingl r 4 1 off f f it absent at the furtralot one of his patients While riding her wheel in Dan ter recently a lady knocked out everyone of her upper teeth Sje immediately replaced them awaytSpeaking of strange tbingp Murray Ky has a Slaughter in the butcher business Saltv Ham conducts a grocery and meat market a Church hill iDthe undertaking business aW oda ruff in the lumber business Stub bletleld and Farmer are among the best farmers while Heart is one of the leading physicians and Will Dunn presents the drafts forcolJectionthrough the Bank of Murray Stands nt the Head Aug Bagel tho lending drnggitKol Sjirovopoct Litttl Dr Kings NoV Discovery is tho only thing that cures thy cough anti it is the best sollpr I lavo J If Gunpbolijinorchaiit of Stirford Art writes Dr lUngs Now discovery is all that is claimed for It It COIIItlUlnpUOII nay tinough for its incritp Dr Kings Now Discovery fur consumption coughs anti colds Is riot nn cxnrliii6nt It unit boon tried fur a quurtor of a century and today stands nt tho head It never JUappoihlq l Vt o tr1Jettternrfl33i don t RoterWni tholiardsthwntintysold respectively MAPLE HILL anabsence several- weekswe continued operations Roalty T likeness we publish herewith Democratic tidinmeeJ County Attorney for Washington voters of support There bettor in the county Mayes strongest candw ticket County Kentucky Johnsons educated iivcrsity 1ndi3onat of Springfield e bemgTiJien only 21 years of Reelected 1887jserv ig iJouisvillo Cashier AVtAi Conjpany remained lie j23anager American and Invstunotompany- or sril1otmd reticned4 rSpringfield and practice Iltv candidate for Democratic nomination Representative the J Saunders In several apceohos tho for and for the silver WITH OUR FARMERS stock grain or oxchaPKO inserted in this eel fJror or cn noe ate re to send in stock dr crop titans foa vubllratiun I havofor Bale two fine ono a lamb aud oneHhrec years old H S LlTSBV- i I have for sale a number of i JOHN I DAUDEI a ealo of near Faygtovillo Mo recently 34 head cows and hoifora excopt ono eold for an average of The high record was top ped at tim Springfield Ill sale of PolandChinas tho fiveyear old Kiovors sold for 5100 I I t out some of the east cracks last Monday at Shpepahoad Bay tho City handicap by throe lengths and almost tho track record made by groafc Salvator as a toar yearoldI Our reports from tho north end tho county that comparatively bt1 tobacco was put in thi year and it is in general looking in poor condition Mr John S reports that early corn in that section will as tit was made dry sot in but intO corn will bo ehort Hsrrpdsburg Democrat the EansTia horse show Mr John Hjp8of took the 81000 foJJost saddle wlU1 Rex McDonald eeconcl money 250iwaa b Monte GristoJr property of J Eta Kyiind thi lprloofI wait awarded len B Oartleinanj i mare Matilda For School hon oia Dill Bros of Woodford took the DrbC the aucti dcof of Spencer c for Mr B P Grlgaby soon liorsoq All wore trotting bred ex dept two were sired by Beau Brummol Onp of these sold for S2O and the other for 0115 A bay yearl- Ing by Earl brought 115 The others brought e70 SS55 and 930 Certainly you dont want to suffer with dyspepsia constipation gs i ck headache sallow thin and loss of appetite You harts noyer tried DoWitts Early TUsers for these complaints or you would Have boeh cured rbi are small pills resuhtors Waters Browne From Oar SpeW Sorrispondent After of again resume business at the old Owing the drouth we rpalifce as never beJore the old adage that we the water till the well riSua dryH- ButherJandshas forced to suspend and on eome farms water and even drinking is to obtain e rs Crraco our Whose is the iior the office of county and whl nsk the the county for their on November the second next are fbw known men than Mr and ne is considered among tho dates on the At hog tie He was born April 24 in Taylor County He is son ot James and Sarah Johnson Mayes His father was a native of Virginia his of M yes the wero the in Kentucky Mayes was at Loventhal Leban on graduating in In he took special course the returned to Springfield and law JWLewis ILApril lha was elected as City Judge n ago in until 1989 WOnt to became for the Vroo4 chiuo where ho two years then becarae for the Loan inthe faLgf resumed the of Mr Mayes was a fhe for iij and was de bated by N he made several in county Electors is a strong advocate causo of Notices or vroutcd snlosor FUel Farmers bucks young Shorthorn bulls Shorthorn cattle all Illprice when Model Ornament ran ern winning Twin equaling tho of are Sheets bo good before the weather ttAt City r Fayetto pur8e The takeii Creusha Scotts Lion 150 John High priiq Ill wollbrod which Littlo but great stand to never miss been stock water difficult 1863 Ky the and mother Greep The and amorig earliest settlers Mr Acad amy Ky 1882 1883 a at read with Hon 1H4 and M Lou 1892 1898 Hon 1896 Bryan free 95029 horse rpopular machinists are hulling clover In this neighborhood this wee If Miss Grant Hayes is attending school Miss Martha is now sole hostess of the Hays mansion anti a moro competent ono wuuld be difficult to find anywhere Messrs R H Williams and Will Huston have gone to Win chester to attend school Davit pltlentIBro Eklar has had charge of the Chaplin circuit for the past three years nod by his Barnes efforts has now the esteem and admiration of all Russell Bros had the misfor tune to lose their fine narness horse Old Fraok llast reek Messrs A L Baxter and W jD Smothers of Willisburg were here Sunday Miss Annie Merritt is now teaching at Mr Zion Miss Mer ittt is a popular teacher and will add greatly tu our socjal circle us wen W W Sparrow and fajnilv havo returned rom a pleasint visit to Bradfordsville Wo attended the Washington County Fair Saturday body and their Evelr thorn and a gala day The gamTbling devices remiaHed ono oJ the oodtolddays of yore about wuich wo hear our fathers talk Our rld friend Jt C Cain mackwon Iwooifcmiuum lit the i Iiv Cv rjk tbIi r saddle ring and also two ou the previous day The bouts and beaux fiom every sectionof this and adjoining counties wee there Modesty and gallantry JUDg1peopl times but it was never shown to better advantage than on this occasion One of the most en loyablo features of the Fair wits the worst turncut There VerA three entries in this contest all of which deserve special mention Tbe premium was won by the originalor of the famous Watch HarveytSome fine saddle and harness horses were exbibv ited in the afternoon It was demonstraied that the ladies of this county are great admirers of horje flesh A lady friend of ours and a popular school i marm not tar from Springfield placed the blue with ease and of course it was our treat Tne candidates wore there in full force aud some hearty handahak iing was indulged in Deafness Cannot bo Cared by local applications as thoy canntt rrnch tho diseased portion of the car There Is only ono way to euro dcafnowf that in by constitutional rcinodlcs ftcafncss Js ctUsod by tin inflamed con UtloB ot the tmicous lining of tho Ells tuolilnn Tube When this tnbQ Rots In flamed you JiaVo a lambllny pound ot Inipcrfcnt hearing nnd whon ftlsdQt1rol un1cS1iIthis tube roitorfld to norUml condition hearing will bo tl Cit toyed orovor nbc clsos out of ten aio d lnycd bv catarrh vrhlch Jo nothing hut An infhmnd condU 5urtJctsI t by dolinrs cutarih fob nils itanli CUao Send for clrculnrs free Il J CHEENICY p Jolcdo 0 i1r by Druggists 7ficv Iv100RESVlt E rFiom Our Special Correspondent BORN To the wifa ofEG Bobletti on the 6m inst a ten pound boy IMAIUtIEDAt the residence 05 Ion Uheathara i3optembdrE1l89- IIby REv Richard fiUn Tm d Uheatham to Lzzia Crow May vithltnfriendsi lD1EbSeptewbert1O of clioK eta infantum K tie the tqn- months old child of Mr and Mrs George Comstock f r A party composed ol Dr JN Shehin Ubarles Sheban J II 1iabscatlforatNew hope DaptisVchurch ob- October the night of the first Sunday l inIl a good time i lour farmers are auxious for a good rain so they can1go to seed ing Corn cutting will commence this week J R Moore shipped anotber carload of wheat last Saturday 61cents bushelUnpaid per Worlc tvs begun on the turn pikes ond some people ire med dung a great deal about prices jdhsrsj Matt Truss and wile acc m panied by Mrs ivlatie Goode spent several daja lat tv eU at Lexington with Din Goode Sam Dorsey bought 8i wires of land well imjjroved from Jas Coin ogs feci12OJ Hense Shields bought of Gabe Keightlv go acres ol unimproved llandfur 5900 We have three pemocratj who want to tie Magistrates Pey tan nriggs a F settle present incumbent bft odtbeIr desty We dynrt know how the atodeoIdo wbbn one w HI run us tbe Republicruss havo newt natcdi Janips Head ren tuttlngMunuml tho ujos should br avuldod unless you art veiling to uialift vourtoiraailbjetft for oJCiidffrtioiuinjf in suraory Titus Is onnc te S3rjjfc nthnr lands liaglo Byo BakQwyi cam sore eyes granultttcjliyisitf torSill otbflrs Imfo Hlted ItatroilgticI nlt yfu1z ayes irw ciiliiUiileis iJI J i jj r j PEXAS iPfomi Our KesfuUif Uorrespon htipv Tbe 1little Lone Star tpwjQis vtry dry indeed at pfesenfc cbh sequefltiyr news IS ScrO sTba oldest citteens say thitthey- ievr saw it so hot and dryvaV this Limo ot tho year f3rTmer3 cannot plow thjQir whciat land bu account of the dry weather l Too Texas gradedand common school at tJlis place is ou a boom tfietencherstbisyoararuWfltthehart Miss Celia jMinton js teashjnga mnsiticlass She is quite pro ficienin her Jprofessidn and hits a large class v Messrs Jim Greene and Nayr lof Kimberlin were in Louisville t last 1ron business VStdnex Greene Jr leftforf Dan yllle lasif- nv week where he will enter entfdI College v TIlet Club0 was entertained tQy the Mlsjces Minlonr nesdav feVenlrir AIl report a j bbil time r if Mr an d Mrs foe Maves Kaver ret nred from a vist4 to relatives irt felsob and Spencer tiouhties t W NtMayeshas returned from Tathamt where he has been rfor two weeks beroortagot11 crowd and a good time t TTTTHTtM SPRINGS ltLJpLecn quite nvrhilc Bin bUr tQVJ1 has been heart front through the columns rtbeNiZ1FI LEAi KU wiiich cvciy Wnsliingtort County citigen should DPpre tate tr1chcs the home ofriadyofout county bnyg in the far Welt nnd LpYsny itisVs a letter from liomev Since last Jlletter from this place was published over eighteen dif ferdnt states have been well rep resentolat the liotelj murYlleft f1 much bonefittcd ttf d Last Saturday night at the hotelly t wag a sort ef relaxation and leiaurrf mgbt when tneweiry ones tl1kdi Jllieic gratefcl rest The trninsiQC music from tho band on tKo liali cony neemed to have a delightful effect on tho Quests for the tn lUore ltterel4abnt in email i groups occupying tho large and comfortable chairs most ot the it t wtro stretched out talking of their iblapjfjrasshomea The eeetnedtcr j have 2oottezitliettires ol ba inefiS anti the smokeol their cigars curled lazily about them like incense to sonic noJVndeirytfp in the balcony a group ot Kentuckywom jn sat enjoying the music and watching thq gracefulanticsoNi j j merry little baby who ffJgdt ext jJotiaShevraaker KIR hoisq mud lot iri WiUisburg for l101 The C mdoh nnd UhnpIin bitfr bali teotp met bore Inst Satirtfay aVd pUycila mitcli game tthe littra terbeingvictoriouS It 4 v Miss Bosslij D Bliick 0ijSpary j tow was a viajYorat this place last i- WCCk r ft Miss aAdetilDostoni of And ts6t conuthoJ hits beenyiahing frt nla at Wiliisburg has reiorhei t hothcd 3rf I pUp V- ose ErntWott in Sthnmerthnee What art your resoufjCeS for the summer Have you an abundance of health stowed away for the long hot depict 7 Ing days or does summer find ybujow In vitality run dowii losihg fleshy and wekotts 4 Emulsion of GsdIfvei Oil will g1ve you the proper reserve fforce because Jt builds up ths System oxid solid ffoundation A toni mYI ulat f Scotts Emulsion not only bootzf it sustains ills i Wee pre atitidM afways te fcivit afd flcast a tmall bbttlfr al Scott J EmMoa to the house Uaopescd il1B keep toidto itffi TIgy eorkc fW mjktt jd Iph itwtlt emaia nw 1rcr afcby ail ckuaiM M r 10 t e Cstj1iti3P r t A fcAI Y U i ifI4 i ir 4T i THE NEWSLEADERr r c Y Fs i jo I iHE MSIMDER DAVISON JR THURSDAY SEPT V 1867 L ANoInTsFOE CIRCUIT JUDGE irTmrorizcd to announce Charles if Taylor county candidate at of the Iistrlc mosod of Marion WathTngon TIn Groco or iominafti roni tho fl pubflan party if th1S cirilIt JudicIal Pi8trlct- jrorji6 olHiwof Circuit Court Jtidge your stippoft is rnspeclfiflly solicited 7v WJ LISLE i C FOR COUNTY JUDGE Morgan iwno authorized to annnuncplV H lgojyieljon oj thd Republican patty Haysy wo roi1tifIortzCd to announce James ITaysasn candidate for ReprjMnta tfvofpf Yashincton County n tlio Lbw 4 er TJpnso pf tho Kentucky LoRiBlntur- osubject to Uio action ot tho Republican par r F pi7COUNT TOflNEY t T SMayes Democratic nominee for the offlco of Coqnty Attorney of Jashlugtoh county fov0tnhor election 1897 fr thefjpoarest watered towns in the State That is an unlortunate j iacl brought quite forcibly to lour notico more or less every hJP1eribut more than usual i jastnovf Another unfortunate facWs that no successful effort Shasas yst beeti put forth foithe relief of the sUiiatibn The Bcarclty of good pure water in a commUnity is not only a great inconvenience to tho people but is a parce of Disease and danger 6 There is no moro prolific source pfxdiseaso from infection than frapure water and when the watersupply of a town is Urn iteft tola few old wells and cisterns uph as we have it must noedsbe impure Up to the rtJreSent time our town has fQrtun atly escaped any serious out c breakcot sickniBssbut the con djtibnsiiare alarmingly favorable for such The readers of this paper should by this time be familiar with the needs of water works for Springfield as well as tiIpsggestionsfor putting in a ystemandwe only write the abovetas u reminder that the thatZi withtreliefJinoters t v C 1IB 2 THE yellow fever stare in the Southis spreading rapidly and 5nany towns have become panic t stricken Four new cases are reported from Naw Orleans cityorj v pine other suspicious cases under J 1tv stigatrnn Two Ofth thirty live jca sOf fevgr at Edwards 1 t rJiissi have turned out to be cUow fever and the people ofr 4 Jaqksou twentyfive miles awav aI3ileeing in terror Three pre casesrhaye been discovered ta Tdbilo kGhaitanooga has be jcdfee alarmed and instead off i r Coffering a haven to refugees has quarantined against Southern threatenedjiT I a With Quarantine becaused it off V 5e4 ajrefugeto fugitives The Government hai begun fumigat ling the mail frpm infected towns 8sI All Alabama towns have quaran f r tines against Mobile d k giDGE COX of the Supreme bp has rendered a decision whchiiiit1sId will practically 4knock out the civil servi6e regu tp ns An 5ofar as they wece employeeIfJ from biug removel from office t ihoucausetr for pplitlcalI t ir L reasons TIm eWsaofi jJohn GWoods wtfoTesortecl the court to prevent his removal Tr from a position in the LoulfeviHG Postoffice Judge Cox gives itl as his opinion thatisit is within thelpower of a court of equity toi grant relief in matters ot appointment and removal E from office IsE IT seems that we are riot the only locality to sufI rt rom the drouth NoL a ropftI 1 h sI fallen in any partdfltaa State daring the past weeKfQtfar as the Weather Bureau cal ascer tain and only a feY light show ers at scattered points since August 22 At some points there has been no ruin lor more than a month In Western Kentucky the drouth bas become whet question is a hard one fortbo silver patriots to ex plain They are now saying the advance in wheat in the face ofI the fall in silver is due to scarc ity of wheat But this very statement merely strengthens the assertion pf their opponsnts who insist tLat the low prIce ott wheat was the result of plen tonscess coupled viih cheap production ana transportation Tnfi advance in the price off wool and sheep will soon bring back to the farmers the 75 mil i lion dollars loss in the value of sheep which befell them under the Wilson law TWENTY ONE unarmed strikers were killed and about forty wounded by deputy sheriffs a f Hazleton Pa last week The men were making hostile demon strations when they wore shot t down by the deputie3 The shooting generally condemned Dangerous Drinking Water Death Inrks in impure water Itbreeds diseases often In epidemic form The first symptoms is looseness o the bowels Theso diseases nro checked by taking Foloys Colic Cure Haydon A Robertson Bonticld IlL 1893 I am subjoct to cramps and colic and havo used many remedies but flpd Fo loys Colic Curo beats thorn nil W L YEATS Havdon Robertson REPORT OF Peoples Insurance Co OF SPRINGFIELD KY In complianca with Article of the ByLaws of this company I publish this general report of the Peoples Insurance Company of Springfield Ky Said company has been in op eration for one year The am ount of insurance now in force in said company is lfl0900 Cancellations in the last year have amounted to 810125 The cost of carrying this amount of insurance up tp this date isLS466i The total amount collected b assessment IS S490 The losses paid during the yar are as tol lows W II Mnllican loss on barn de stroyed by fire Sam D Campbell Insson reufdoncu destroyed by fire 35000 L N Reed damages on barn struck by lightning 000 The co4t of carrying this aIl ount of insurance in an old line company one year would exceed 81200 In this company we pay when the loss occurs in the old line company you pay wheth er the loss occurs or not for 1this reason cooperative companies are being organized all over the State the same i northern States where the thiEE are 50 per cent less than in StateAll members of this company are requested to meet with us on Tuesday September 2g for the purpose of electing officers to take charge of the business of the company for this year B L L1TSBY President TTT ANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE tulraolhoulfeillnoxpene5clnao self aUdressid stamped onvoloiv Chjil fr I j a v iiTHLMORNILC At about 480 oclock this morn stableIon Hig street used by Clements 1ttfayesand belonging to Mi s lMai y Thompson Three good horses a new hearse a spring wagon an L harness were all de stroyed Loss about 1250 Insurance 500 No clew as to tho origin of the fire The hearse was a andcand cost 800 Fortunately the stable wasvnot located near any other buildings and the fire did not spread Had such a fire started in the main part of town with such a limited water supply there iis no telling the amount of damage that might have re suited The insurance loss was held Companies represented by John S McElroy One of Two Ways Tbo bladder was created for one purpose namely a receptacle for the urine end as suet it is not Ibblo to any form of disease except by ono of two ways The first way is from Imperfect action of the kidneys Tuo second way is from careless local treatment of other disease CIIEFAUSE Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys lis tho chief cause of bladder Irotbles 80 tho womb ko the bladder was created for ono pujposo and if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or disause except in raro cases It is situated back of and close to tho bladder therefore any pain disease or inconronicneo manifested in the kidneys backbl dder or nrinary oassage is often by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some s rt The error is eesily made and may bo as easily avoided To find out correctly set your uriue asdo for twent ffout hours a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble Tho mild and extraor dinary effect of Jr KUmers Hwamp Root the great kidney and bladoer remedy is 5Onrcallzed If you need a medicine you should have the best At druggists fiftj and ono dollar You may hove a sample bottle and pamphlet bothsent freo by mail Mention NEWdLEjToEtt and send your ad dress to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y The proprletQs of this paper guar antee tho cenuinenols of this offer One Dlnst lie tbo Superior In any living orgauizatiou tho suprcma power never dies The Iring never dies arid agaiust tho possibility of tho prei dent dying wo have made an elaborate provision which sufficiently speaks for tho danger it seeks to avoid But iu tho slow moving action of tim hugo organ isms that wo call nations and governments there is time enough for kings and presidents to sleep to bo of guard whereas in tho rapid movements of ships nod tho frequent sudden vicissitude of sea lifo tho onptuiu tho cap tams powercannot sleep It is plain to say his person must No more than the proverbial switch tender can he as a habit bo ou duty 20 hours out of the 24 Hence arises the necessity for the Watch officer who is in cbargo of the deck and vested vhile so with nil the captains power for the conduct of that which goes on on deck or portains to the direction Ho holds this control not ho cause he is tho captain or lieutenant by grade and title but because of the offico ho is then lilting Is this considered ac extravagant claimunlimited And as it is on deck so it is in the en tine room The Innu in charge there limselft in his sphere ezcrcisosn control 6na absolute as the captain and tho officer of the wutch like then absolute like them limited But there are two on dnry at the same timetho dock officer and the engine officer the directive and the motive forces Tho unity of result demands that they bo not independent Quo must 10 the superior and it must bo tho one who has charge of tbo direct lye force as that which is tho moro ea cential to tho safety nUll government of thoVesBol not because the one man is superior to tho other man but because tho ono power is moro important thau tho othor Ciptain A T Mahan U S N in North American Ro ow yA MZV HOOK KXITTIXO ANt CHOCIIBTING of 04 pages over 50 original design illus rated benutlful taco pattoriiH Hhawls hools jackets etc has been published by Tbo Homo Milk St Uostnn and wail ho sent with aaubscridtlon to that paper Tho Home is a 0page monthly tilled with original stories literary and do mo tic topics nnd fashion Its depart ment of Fancy Work ISH special feature nov and orijjiral dcHigiiH each issue fun price of iubscrijition is 50 cents pt r year and will include ono of these book a special hit women t to trial sulwcribers a copy of this hook will bo iriven with a 6 months1 subscription The price of look In 25 ciiity a 0 iiKiiiths sub scription and tbo book combined will im sent for cents Their nnmini premium list for 1897 unIt bo sent free on applica tion Tbrow rIFrom a iorse It matters not from what cause the impossib1eThis class of disease has puzzled the Science of medicine for ages and the same treatment tHat was employed centuries ago is now prescribed Pot ash and mercury arc the component prescriptionfor purifiersmercuryInthe only blood remedy that is guar anteed purely vegetable and is the only one that contains no harmful ingredients S S S is the only blood remedy that cures real blood diseases obstinate cases that physicians and other remedies have failed to cure It never fails to cure a blood disease matter how deepseated the case k Miss BERTIIA WUITWOOD Mr H Kuhn of Marion Kansas writesAbout three years ago my granddaughter Bertha Whitwood was thrown from a horse receiving a wound of the scalp Under tbe treatment of physicians the wound seemed obstinate and for several months remained about the same until it finally became very angry looking and broke out into a running sore This soon spread to other parts of the scalp and ran down the side of the neck in creasing in severity and fearfully disfiguring her After being constantly under a physician for a year and her condi tion a great deal worse than at first we placed her under the care of the faculty of a wellknown hospital but even the treatment she received there failed to arrest the terrible sore Reading of tbe many cures of blood troubles effected by S S S we decided to try it and it relieved her promptly At first this remedy seemed to increase the discharge forcing out the poison this soon ceased altogether and the place began to heal In a few months she was entirelycured and scarcely a mark now remains where the disease held full sway 8 S St is the right remedy for all blood diseases and is the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumatism Ca tarrh etc no matter how deepseated the case S S S is guaranteed Purely Vegetable and contains not a particle of mercury potash or other mineral which means so much to all who know the disastrous effects of these drugs Valuable books can be had free by addressing SWIFT SPECIFIC CoifrAUY Atlanta Georgia iirn CU1 JUllxLITt Wtl n ff WTVflllFJIt a G E FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Rcmcdfef EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEtD SOLD EVEBYNVHKREr- nptnd nirUlSOIOS BEDICtn Lot AA rnrb OPjUMBndWhtk Fllfea ol vfjth MD ptr Pryor Bt ICASTORIA For Infants and Children rts stalls ttpature ffd lc 9 If w AXTKD FAITIIFUI7MKN OR VOMKN to travel for nspon MUlo ostalillMlied luouso In Knit luck Salary 8780 ninl exponscs Bition porniancnt Hiforenco Kiidrsc Ifnlilrfd stamped Ill 0 po Tho National Star Inaiiranuo Bldg Chicago Nov lOXi When Baby was we rave her Castorla When was a aiUd sit cried for Cnstortu she became she clung to Ctastorla Whcu abe Lt1 Cblldrun gave them Custorla Dr Boils Popornijnt Chill Tonic la a perfect liver laxative null malarial and blood purifier Rbmoxcs Hillousm s without purgtiipT Cures chills and inrkcs tbo complexion stoOd Ouardutefrl by all dealers JOHN WATSONS ALMANACK CUrious Information About Sting Georges Kingdom In 1704 A curious little book isiThoGen tloinnu and Citizens Alnannaok for the year of onr Lord 17C4 and the fourth yom of tho roign of King Goorgo ItL It wria printed by S Powell in the city of Dublin The front fly leaf contains a list of stagoooaobos to Various cities in Ireland together with bigh sound ing namo of oomfortable inns along the routo The book itself givos the days of tbo year and month the suns rising and setting the moons ago and changes old style tables of the marriages and deaths of the princes of Europe and a list of the lords and commons of parliament There lis an index to tho courts so cietios hospitals forts and garri sons and fire engines and watnrmon An oxobangolist of coins and values in the United Kingdom Is followed by a table of values of foreign pis tolos and moydores with tim grains and ponnyweights contained in cools A dagger on the calendar marks the nights of tho greatest moonlight and the table of tho rising and setting of thp moon makes special ex coption to some part of the summer when there is no night but al twilightA on the calendar indicates tho days on which the noV against cursing and profane swearing may bo road in churches and chap els Penalties arc 1 shilling for ono oath 2 shillings for two oaths or to bo set in the stocks A child un der 10 years for swearing is to be wbipt by the constable or by the parent in tho constables presence Tho table for finding the high tides ndtfonndIquired now names Two of thorn arc tile south coast of Bretagno and tim banks of Flanders There is a table to regulate tho spinners showing bow tho quantity of yarn ought to be adjusted to the prico of flax to prevent its being spun beyond its staple Then there is a scala of in wrest ot6 per cent and a colcula tloii of tho hire of a coach or chaise Around tim city of Dublin A rings end chaise for moro than Seven miles must be hired by agreement and all complaints against drivers must bo made to tha registers office digisinco tho Nor 11 conquest is n toil 1on a pago with a margin Mthiri this margin is printed in lafgo capitals Long Live the King TJio names of persons who received pro minms for the encouragement of husbandry and tho useful arts oour tbrdo pages of the book One Peter Winfield received n prizo for show jug two watches of transparent enamel not attempted bsro boforo Tboro wero prizes also for jjrowing barley off turnip ground for paint ing mezzotints for now designs on copper plates and for making folt bats Postage to New York Now Eng land east and west New Jersey Maryland and other English cola nios on the North American continent was Single letters 1 shilling and sixpunco double letters 3 ahil j lings Of some lottere there was no certainty thero being no convey ouoo for letters sinoo the lato pence to any of his irnjastysj islands in the West Indids except by occasional ships Tho ponny post existed within tho cities of London and Westminster and the borough of South war k and their suburbs Ono ponny was paid on tho letter depos itod at tho postofficc rind another penny was collected on tho delivery of tho same letter Letters direct from London to Holland Franco Flanders and to tho town of Geneva through Franco paid no foreign postage But letters arriving from tho same countries paid tonponco at port of London Tho mail was Itho from London every Tuesday and Friday to all parts of Europe except the Lisbon until which start- i overy Tuesday No letters con taming money or rings could bo soul by post Tho almanack Was compil ed by John Watson and sold by him at his bookstore at the Bible and Crown near tho old bridge and Bridge etroot A Potato Caasorylo Boil 8 large potatoia in salted wntnr Wlicu done drain and mesli until fine uudj light Ad 2 Uiblcgpron fuls of butter and 12 Unspconfuls of salt with a half cupful of milk Heat thor oughly puck into a buttered mold let stand for 5 minutes turn out on u platter brush with beaten egg and brown in till oven Servo birds or chops broiled standing around tho casserole Sk11T1KaI DEALER IN BUGGY TOPS WHEELS CUSHIONS SHAFTS STORM APRONS BUGGY WACJON HARNESS SADDLESFAKM WAGONS j MACHINERY A FULL STOCK OF FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES HARDWARE TINWABE GLASSWARE l Jt 1fa n Jj1 i1 CLE ARANGES tEhtST OF T SUMMER GOODS I 7 t t 7 T In order to reduce out stock we will make sweeping reductions in pricesi oii ttllj 1r iSummer Goods especially Dress Goods frJi Iit i Wash Goods Clothing and Low Shoes J ADressl JJFint Fne Organdies IDC worth 16 126 k The best light CalicosI 4c Jv f r t fGood Dress Ginghams 50 Jfd 1 l if Mens Suit S3 OO to 86OO ol th67tG tq t EJSII 500 Childs Knee Pants Suits y 76c to 8150 worth double money Ts r Men Women and Childrens LowC 4ii cr I 1tandi vt will sell the goods V it 2 re heI 1 lI SBCIAL io PRICESi lil1 f T l rI iil lt oi tq j f i il 4D r w s L4s t J TO J i ff CASH BtJYEBa r tf1 L d 5t1c r t Call andsee the beautiful BFdZf lbcks twe aie giving FREE to cash i h 1f buTsTsTsS i cuNMNGllXMrrnNoM rq irJ BURTON alr rtxiP ER J t JMB1JRTONe ft ITAfl0 So iIArAOnfl5r jjDJertakers and Fperal Birecte i iPofi COFFINS CA BURIAL KETP RUBES OF ALL KINDS Iij FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day M Ior uight f tf The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBALMER U graduate fipm a scbcol of eml aiming havebeenerigage6rCj f 1 l H d M BURTON CO f H L A HAG c Boct SpniNGPiELD KY CQ aukururtJN 1 i Kentuckys Great AT LEXINGTON STAKES STS 0001iisnsi 4 OCTOBER TO 16 1807 The 15000 Futurity Tuesday Octob 5 r The 5000 Transylvania Thursday Oc1er IIOne or more big stakes daiy f J 1lAllI the crack horses 4 Half fare on all railroad C s1 t Lib rati a1dl f p bnd 1f i The Woritls Neatest Meetingl P P JOHKSTON Presiagnj 11 i W1LO j bccrotarV t Jti iJ1 1 i if t AJrf it i 4itttM1 IA J v 1 T I IA 4S1i ftf WLSADER J 17 = THENEWS LEADER ttfsLISnsD t ffVRILT TItURDt MOnN NG u I iT St RJNGFIELKY ji SiOO elii tiAn PXid AovAnoti Dr F RE WiLDER DENTIST e P All Dental Operations Petforlnedr T TEETH EXTRACTEfa j JWUOUT pAlH 1 r In tinirday J OFtICEOer ifo irJfh 1aIu offleo No 685 FoUrh Mb 2LouIsThb Ky = Jl ti 4 L L W1PNEIKIRK- ATTOlNEYAatLAW OtftfldE with tfe 0 rt itOnbj DRJJ R1N1ARP tFFIC HOURS i tPt1i1I t DAYStj SPUINGFMDt K Y I DR J ML BURTON REStbENf bN1ist TEETH EXTRffCT- EDWITOUT PAiN I t O19flaan joc otk MttThfletI JSons stoRh k SPRINGFIELD tIT Crotfa tad BriflgB Work Specialty Tetter ltUhcutn Unit Eczcmn Thd intense itching and emartin inc allayedbyakin Ointment Hbhy very li td WeE havobetpermantht1y cirif by it i JSc9tI 1 ffidentfot itching piles ano b favorito remedy for sore nipples hbapped iiaiaua chilblains frost bites hndchrpnio sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cnfljtf CondlUcn Powders are gnat what a porzo needs wbenJn bail foridltibni Tonic blood purifier and Vennifugei They are not food but L icmt1anqiho Beatin TQ to put horse in prime condition Pricfe 2f t tlnta TQrTl rY1pp- r idacnto Voar Rowel With CHUcnrctn Candy tlibilfIIC11ttt tonstlpntlaii forever 1pec tfdui noller tr bRJH LAMPTON t lrr FllC 6vBii diricdrf cDBitrfs os frift aL A JtonseholdNeccssity No family shduld bd witlictiil Fntoyi toliii Cnrdf Jar ttll bcnrel coniplalnts llavdori fltid Itoboftsotl REMOVAL 1 have removed my place of buskess from Main strept to part ot the new buildinff on Wbll street neat to the Berry Hotel twill keep nothing but the BEST f umUBtfRES liquors and ask a late of your patronage Respectfully JOHtf if iEfifiN13 fro CURB A COLD IN 0Kfc DAY Take Laxative Bromo Qnlnln Tablets All drtiggtets refOnil tli6 money if It jlallp to tfuf 6 25cr rot Enle by Ilnjdon jtbDortson and Waters d BrOtrfJO Feb GOnto REUBEN MOCK J BLACKSMITH Horseshoeing r VV Carriage Repairing snd General Blaekscfiithing All work guaranteed to satisfaction at tho Casey shop SPRINGFIELD KY qlc ontTolitrcoSnir nd Smoke Tour Tqtit totutccc eshf nrI foreter bdzul Mtlc fall ot 119 nore and vigor take NoTo P Jbec tliowonJcrwdrhcr thrt mae went men r ttroiig All 4rugsteWdort Cure Guarm iwrii CooWct and sample free Address 5s jfVerilBg l Ca Culcaso UNef Votte 7 Lfl lCiJf jA4f t t4 9 SIL I I ij c If You Want to SAVE MONEY Go to MCELROY SHULTZ FOR Gtaiiile Preserving Ketjblesi Any Size Jl fMaslinffT JJ HardOa1vaniedTubs ar d Ikiekets Churns = Ash Cedar and Ic6 Cream Freezers EtCbPatent Agents For OLD HICKORY WAGONS See the ONE MINUTE Ice Cream Freezet ITS NO JOKE- Graniteware and Tinware at Lowest Cash Prices Blue Flame Oil Cook Stoves the best on earths = = = IJ MBOWT TOWN poll for WaterWorks HteiJEr cttsh price paid for wheat oats and grass seeds d C McGiLL TAKE your Wheat to J Walter Browns tiew grain elevator and get highest cashprice J G MANSFIELD will move his store into the old McChord Robertson stand across the street fromjthe old stand THdMAS HtLL of Lebanon a young man well known in Springfield didd at his home in thEf drmer place Tuesday qnd was bUried yQsterday Ofr aCcdtinibfthe drbuth and hot weather and also owing to the presendd dff dyptheria in town the schools were dismissed yesterday for tile balance of the week Ydu iiever miss the water til the well rubs dry Is an old saw that some citizens are evi dently appreciating just now There are ft lot of Cisterns arid wells being dug about town now ROUND trip tickets from Springfield to Nashville Tenn essee Epositionon sale daily at following rates Tickets limited to seven days 450 tickets limited to 15 days 685 tickets limited toNovelnber7th 935 THE frame work is being ordctcd for the building of G D Duncans residence on the lot where his pld house was burned The dwelling will be a two story frame of modern design and its location is one ot the prettiest h1tc- si1gSSWE understand that tile1 Bottird of Town Trustees contemplates putting I high license on the sale of cigarettes Its a good move hi the right direction Put her dn and make it high enough to bo prohibitory SpwiNdPiELb Is to have 01 bhwa baud The band lute b organized and tfad boys are now making heroic efforts to enough money to buy toJsaI ments A sum nearly sufficient has alrda Jy been stlbscribetband- thd band will no doubt very soon be heard from NICE good pond water gnat anteed to contain nothing worse than typhoid lover germs only twentyfive cents per barrel SoWd people about town are paying it right along and yet they lldvd been heard to talk against tile Water Work prop sition AN alarm at fire cm lastThtirs 9dfi y afternoon was caused by the burning out of a chimney in the old Mulvey bqilding on Main streets After considerable difficulty ahalf gallon bucket of water was brought from1 the other end oi tile town to lbef Used in case the roofbut fortunately ihofiro flamos wore oonsidopatQ hi 1J enough not to attempt to spread and the water has been care fully put away to save the town at the next outbreak of fire LOST Cow Strayed from my place on the Bardstown turnpike about five miles from Springfield a red cow about 6 years old with horns slightly crooked Sho will weigh about 900 poands and has some white on belly Was giving milk Anyone giving information as to her whereabouts will be rewarded W C MUDD TilE little daughter of Mr W P Bell was taken Tuesday with a severe case of dyptheria and this being the third or fourth case to develop in and about town recently considerable un easiness is felt over the POSS- IbilIty of an epidemic of that dreadful disease The local phy theIpropur amount precaution is observed and if Wd have ar rain within the next few clays there need be no fear of any serious outbreak of the cQntagionI REV J A RAMSAY of Hick ory N C will be here on the first Sunday innOotober to begin sIbyterianis a very able divine and a sue oessful meeting is anticipated Members of the church are prac ticing singing for the moating and it is probable that a leader or soloist will be engaged so that good music will be ono ofI the attractive features of the meeting M i R A MEwy wo his always enjoyed tho repetition of being big hearted and gener ous to a fault is proving himsalf a public benefactor during these awful days of heat and water famine There are at least twenty families who get their supply of water from wolls and cisters on his place and his fine pond furnishes water to about 200 head of stock daily farmers for several miles around driving their cattle their to drink Mr McElrop says that with a small theIWnit at tbo thfdaown Fuir we had the pleasure of seeing the grand display of fruit of Gardiner Bros Nursery Co of firmIcounty They captured the following ribbons best display of fruits of all kihds best display di pears best dis play of grapos best display of peaches The best display of applet ribbon was captured by Esquire Nichols and single plates were divided among several competitors MIss FtiARk WillTEy the tnutty daughter of Mr and Mrs John M White of this county WHS rm fFHj4 at Springfield this i f wdek to Ml J S Reid of Lex ington Miss White had boon at Tatham Springs for several weeks and her marriage was not known to her parents till they received the telegram Mr Reid is in tho picture business at Lexington and is said Jo be a clever young gentleman Stanford Journal The cere mony was performed by Rev R E C Lawson at his home here and the young couple returned to Tatham for their honeym- oonFERSON WiD and J S Obybrooko were in Bloomfield Sunday Will D Olaybrooke wae over in Spencer coilnty Sunday Jliss Annie McChord has Returned to Stanton Va to school Mrs Abe Coleman of Harroda burg was a visitor at our fair Mss Lub Olomonta of Louisville is visitang relatives in this county Miss Mattie Me Makin of Bloom flefd visited friends here during the fair IfiS9 Nellia LIt33y left llast week for New York whore she will spend the winter fMrs Alford Wagner of Tampa IIs a guest at Tathaip where she seeks her health rIday for Danville whero she will spend several days John Nicholls County Clerk of fl jyle county was among the visitors at the fair Miss Annio Muratta and Marshal Dancan are at theNashvllle Exposition this week I1083rll BaJ Jamoq and Louis Vnnarsdalo of Harrodsbnrg took in the fair last Week Miss Nannie RtfyThufman pas gone to West Point Ky to visit her sister Mrs Wright famIl3leftMr Atkinson attends Conference Miss Katie Cain returned Tues day from Jfaahvllle where ebe attend od tho Tennessee Centennial IItcholl ThoropaDn caal3 up from Louis villa to attend the fair and see Bomo of hla old friends and relatives Miss toran Stanflol one of Wihliansbargs pruttlest young ladles is Visiting her sister Mrs JT 0 Noe Miss Lucilo Hindman after several Weeks visit to relatives here has to turnovj tt her home at Vincen nose Ind Roy It iJ C Lawson returned Friday from Kirkland whnfo he had been attending a meeting ol tresby toryi Mr tfort d McPhle tfavoling representative1 of the Louisville Time was a cilltfr at filth office the first of the week Messrs loa ftfansfleia nod 01 Brent Roberta left the first of thef week for Danville to enter Centre College MJssr Lily Whortonj after a lenghty Visit to friends and relatives hore rotiirned to her home In Louis yule last weeK Dr J fl Lrftnptoit has returned from a visit to his wife and children who ore ntaklng a protracted visit to relaOVes1 in Qrayson county Mr John Taylor and wife formerly Of this place Wefe won at the laIr Mr Taylor Is Btlll in the rMlway mail serVice and has also become a preacher Misses Mamie Figp Estells nndt Bessie Brown of BardsWwn ylaltetl 0 f ti It h the family of 0 L Price and attended tho fair here last week Miss Annie Cunningham leaves Saturday for School at Oxford Ohio She will be accompanied as far ap Cincinnati by her father and mother 11 Cunningham going there to1 buy goods tMias Liziio Lltsey calledat this office Monday to order the NEWS LEADER sent to her at CufllbeWdnd tnd where she goes td resume hr- position as principal and Superinton debt of the Public Schools Miss Litaey Is a Waahlflgton county yodng lady who has held pdsUions of impof tanco arid trust with the public thrivingtndlabl1 Mr Lewis has rotttined home Worn a business trip to Washington A dpocial frofli Washington 3aJfl of him FormerCottgressman John WLewis 6f Springfield Ky1 arrived this morn ing Mr LeWis Called at the office of tho Controller of the Currency for the porroso of having approved the Vote of the Directors of the First National Sank of Springfield by which the cap ital stdck Was rednced from 100000 to 50000 The reduction was agreed to Mr Lewis Is reticent on tbo polit ical situation Hn says he io out of politIcs for tho present and is not takingsides withoither of the Repub lican factions but is rather in a class by himself Ono of the swellest events of the season was the hop given on Friday evening during the fair by tile Springfield Hop orub Splendid mucic was furnished by Werhleye Band and the ball presented a brilliant scent Be sides the young ladies and men of Springfield there was quite a large uuraber of visitors present among whom wore the following MIss Lueile Hindman Vincenfles Ind Miss Annie Spalding Peoria III Miss Sarah Y Qill Clarksville Tenn miss MIry Price Columbia Ky Misses Sadie Murphy Edith Leatherman Louie1 vIlla Miss Katie Cotton Nicholasville Miss Wattle McMakin Bloomfleld Miss Martha Hayes Chaplin Miss Addle Morritt Beechland Misses Lizzie Cleaver Sadie Doom Nannie Willitt Annie Tom Spaulding Lebanon Misses Myrtle Mathews Estolle and Bessie Brown Bardstown Messrs Louis and Howard VanAra cale Harrodsburg Robertson Booker Little Rock Ark John Nichols Dan cub Hubert Vreeland Louisville Ii Arthur Smith Logan Bosley Alfred England Clem ad Paul Thomas Will Timmons Will Ummetbum Richard Spalding Bruce Edelen Will Spald ing John Woods Lebanon Bert Smith Ferd Spaulding Ouster Holts houser Will Roby Chas W Browne Edward MattingL Lee Baldwin Russell Oox Cloud Willson J D Talbott I hue novor had a days sickness In my life said a middleaged man the other laySWhat a comfort it would be sighs soiiio poor invalid to be in Ills plato for n yoar or IWo Vet half of tim in valids wo might bo just flu licnllhv as ho if they would only tako proper care of themselves oat proper food and digest it Its strange that such ftimpto thIngs- are overlooked by those who want health Food makes health It makes strength and KtronRth wards oil slcknws Tho man who had never been sirk was strong because ho always digested his food and you could become the saute by helping pour stomach to york us wall nsJils Shaker Digestive Cordial will help your Ktomacli and wilt make you strong and healthy by making tho food yoiiicat make you fat Druggists sell it Trul bottle cents- Teachers Association The Teachers Association meeta at Pleasant Grove Public School buildiug Saturday Sept 25tb All are invited to come and bring baskets well filled Tbo hours are from 10 am to 4 p rot We hope to have a profitable ad pleasant day Welcome Address Supt M G Leuchinani The Life and Aims of the School Miss MallteHay bourne The advantages of heing a good penman Miss Emma unani Sketch of some great educator ProtoM D Montgomery Re itrtio1l Miss Pearl Carrico Manners Miss Minnie Taylon The childasa member of society W B Rine harij Some Teachers Musts Miss Mary Browse The Psy ohology of Tact4Mr C H Poape Importance of baying a good memory and means of improving it Fret J W Bosh LIZZIE E LEE Vice Prest Springfield District StI yoU over try Suf horWntls ErtftlP Ky sal 9 tor failing nyeslubt runulAted lids or stirs eyes of any kurd yrni frlf kflnn sighted advertUor among youi friends for it Druggists roll it Inrfprnvc your oycs get rM of flint rang urindlng fcolinif or the lIds and clear yovr sight bv Applying Sffthnr laivd Eagle Eye fulto Tlionands of people who never had sore eyes ustf It to Clear the sight and stronglljen the oyeHi W thinkn18hiLlflt Pro ectToarIdeai they nmy bring nu rnI- I TPrtto VuhDWIt1 Cfor their alan prize 1io1 lward XoTpUac for Fifty Cents Guanirtwcd trbni to lit cure isalicn weak jacnatroria looa pure It All drOKist r gr w1fl4ti KJuflf r9L 4I- L Eii jLb y ff4NDY CATIA1IIICS f1 V9k- W CUREXOHSriPATlON 10 It lL 25 4 50- flwujmiGD t DRUCilSti 1T1t0 cafe tsy razoreoatipatfjn ASretunii lcJalLii SamIe ttAUjlil JMliiiljtfA Tark In 2 WE ARE NO W LOCATES IN OUR NEWSTOREO- n I the righthand corner as YUl5fi from Y Main Street to Depot where We will tef glad s to See the people of JVashingtbn rind adjoiri ing counties i We iftteiid td keep one flt the ffiost complete sfaclcl of General Merchandise in Central Kentnckr iJdWiih guarantee satisfaction to aU Who favor tis Wiib any itof their trade We thank the public for tEeif past Ja ors and earnestly solicit a Continuance of sameJc A DEEP CUT IN PFttOB will be made foi the balance of sea oii titi all Spring and Summer Dres i 3ftfod4 CJoihitfg and Slices It will pay yoirtb see our Eafe gainS i r McChord Rob rts nf WAITEDJL i OVfrr 4000 vacancies Several timeS fis mafafr vacancies os znemberd liiost iavtf moro mOrtihers Several plnhs tfroplnfwgjyefhxi repistrntiun one plan OUARAN collegel1nvrCHBS auReU- lk JtrtIn UItSaved my Boy U2PIhROftftRfcYftOlD- Sfclrtlel W Reynolds Watson Hi tirlKS Dr Fenner Frcddrilfv N YJ For nearly two years my little son Grdrefr aged abmlt four suffered from Kidney and- ladderdIseazotn FlnnllfagsavQlwaaitorcea into tub urethra afid remained thefff fcrodnclrfc Blood Poisoning and dropslclilefrusi I refused CJnnehf fHf b surgical operation fearIng the r1s1itt ttmft Commenced giving your Kidney and Back ache Cute when ono bottle hail been taken the Stdnoor eravel had become so far dIssolveS by It that It paed out of Itself and tho child Is well knd today It savedtWgd bOe1 ofthetrJor sale by ilaydoii tVobertson II Running sores innolcnt uthcaand stint tar troubles oven tbongh of many year standing may bo enroll by using ftutf ittft Witch UakclBalve 1tsootbc Jtre ithe and Mals his the great pila curd Water Browne A h rny roUgh feeling rtbouf oirfo in flamed or granulafed lids is nmdos6ft wnd smooth wilh ono npplfcntibn or- S horlnnGs Eagle Eye sfilTO Tr it tcr nitrht and you will Son hotter tomorfoV night It is not IiIpIooAivnt to nsff Now IS tho hind to suosCfibft for the NTriV3LBAiraR only na yctfi1 Dr Bolls Poppermfnt Cnlll Tonitffas gondlgtioJ and tlcxgoocIi An6ftir ttral poMMvOnnd1 perninrtDni cflro for cnlfl8 fovef and ague Cbnixlnd no pntnon An nntlingtartal ntiuan npbhTKlio nriicVl An nppollifer nrdfuj dlccsfioh It rnak6fi tho dfgcadotr i nfaiccn the eOmplOxion Rood Largo Bbtttca 6Oc tiitarantccd by nil dealers OnoadvanUgoof tfCking Ayer ferA parilla prfrifj tho hlfd ia hat ytfu tllCitnotf Infruirc upon yohr hoi rs 6f inter finf doWy yoUrseif any food that nstreta with yoU In Ifcictrd voVf nof compelled tti starvo or loaf vthf talirlns Tlioso are foeofiarnondntrtfns woltlt toW sldoring fonuif A t lfny f6li it no1trtltonRdrng fefofo n inarvolohs cind fir nil Klrtnoy coin I lalrifH AorvnaV exbaristlojf and female1 woakfics 1tiia Ftbjs iililn Cfirc Aoaotn puitjM sistSSna wnoi el 111 fjfj ft II oo n nulTj1tn qtalIIo1uonwnlmn ol11 OJ IF route num Jehuor ymi nlvoin ptTrraijr cw ftcaothlna iqlItIiIIXstl win cure jrpuVmidjgi goji AAJIU olW nfl desist meitne r yi t ar 7 S1 BV fiiio3i krrelIcntmnd NaxnerI TdciiufIItuItAULIoi1o ttUrrf eJiL Evcrybotly Sayil Sof Cascarets Candy CaUnrUelIie moat Von dertul piedical dfsmerv of ng Jens eDWandcleansing Uio entire aystrm dispel rolilii cunihewlnclio fcrrr liabitUliroulIlJpntlon anrtbllioiisnbsa rjpfcsfc buy suit try a b- oofCOC Lodny102Mconta t3uldnntt- giianintNd fo MII31Yllt 1otlKts 4 t THE W0XDDRS OF MEICB 4t Lung Troubles antf Gdfisufhp i tion Can Be G ted An Eminent Now York Chonust anrf renti tfkeaa iee Osr to Oof ScaderaV i The distinguished New YOrk tnemfat TlA Slocnm dtrndaStratfog MsdllciVcfy 6 f a relfable nail absolute cnfe for fconSnmpi tioh tPnfinbnaf T8 d los S a n iIbtq tlttltioot lung and cbet diSca stubborn cpHigia eatafrnaf Sttdctiai ghi eraVdotHflio and weakness cS l6cstaicondition b t wCStfojSr AVi1Vtint a6hrf 1HltEE FREE BYLTL stn d Jtct tot ediscoveries to rfny nfflltW rcatlf er the NE SLKADEK ivrftfng for tBirn Hi ieQ jfeiftfife Tfeatnicnt fat cured thonQua fetmzinentIy Yft trU gusoduU fi6 6onildertlt tt 8hnlo fiiofewSiooaldntioMei hltrnrulttWd ttt a trial at his fnftfllfelo eurSt SciOnc dafl defOpe tnow oMeand ILU pr6a cComIst pathaitly cipArunlpntiAp for carsnas produced results as xinc1 lat to hnmaity aSVan be claunod 6y Thy nterf crn cnlnS fliVaOerf6n t1iatlzmgtronS leA and c i1OmiiLithi afO cur Juan i4gratitudel point AtxJrnforldrn InotKands rottf tiosa4 uredAi n1lartfrof tf otll Xlsaical expert concccld iiai bfonthiaf 8ct dial uffg l ad W c nttnnp- IMrivhc oiilnfeftcrptod ioa spooc aarfborfalnrfeati BhUplrTfrite toT A Sfofeuffi M 5vi Pine aCrcit New Voftf tfnf Wtoflftcior anctexrre it ddrc ttn idoo lf tie icmC j wilt bb pfoinpXly ont Saffereri anfruld1 tak6 futon advantrfi tins oncfturf n7po1Isioff Pleaso tell tho 6oct6r that jitt 4whiof 6ffa hi thcNeVri LiMDnit ijucivlens Arnica Sal TiWbVfc riifvofrt tbo foflrf oVcKv rifutrgi Soros nlcflrsf Ulftr SiHnrf urn Psversnres1duoftIdajdpcI 6nl Cllbfl1 if ohriisiuiJifi hckIif dfiijiifoiuii titfd positively cur Pile 5rfid pay requlrovl U gofrfruntccd to givepCt fjetj 8itlKfafcllftn iff ai n cfU7id6d Prlcb 2ff contalitir fox Hif IfrfVdori Unfa tsdudlItUic1 0 9J9a SeCE PATENTS iDESIG S TR DEMAR K ni a woiloi of f6nch plnHI IJ Jtt hndwewjll uk th1 ut tcia patent FREELfCHAAGt lflvrntoia Onlt1 ttJltaIIlCtlltflt tee OFARRELLI tie ortIgirPitnt 1425 ft jr 9S3ageEe 66E =Utii1inro n tscfsrgir fhtll porteh tthe onfoiiiinK of sorlou disease They rolcrfo pnounionta Inflamation W uoivelsand e ihrfhy other ilangorou tlls Up Bells pormlntQOiaifrTond cfIIllfggtI + t t t t vi p c w Thwzwt k i s qi f r 1 I IJt ii 11f 4 tE MEWSLEADER 4 0L i tt fo 1 t LLUl JcgefablcPrcparalionforAS 5II1atngIICFOO8RdRCgUIa ungthsthmathsiidBowzlscf Promotes DigestionCheerful ness aiidltestContains neither OpniCMorphine nor Mneral NOT NARCOTIC CUI1JrSWJUmlIE1l SMl- J d4frJav4rS 4ijtdIld Scb 1mrcftin6eJ llnW Apcrfccl Remedyor ConsUpa lion Sour StocacluDIarrhoca Worrqs Convulsions feverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP o TacSinatc Signature ot COPY OF WRAPPER o MACKVILLE 4 Fro n Ol1r R1arCorrcspondnt Stock water is getting very scarco The mercury rosisterfid ovbr 100 Tees here last week That is gettingup to a fino point Reed Thompson was at home V S rnday j iQdito a number from this place ntlcridthe Firr VAn r Biyhourne and wife of l LU1Icthno up last week to sttend the funeral of his mother c IrrtI 31jller and wife Willisbarg i were in town last Sunday Mr FannieParkp oFPerryville bSscndFa lCwdftyB Pr pemaree is ihaving an office pfctUt linear his residence ands opposite the Mlconicllali DrtpOn ihoTthinst Mrs Min ll j5Jrvallayuqurne nt her homo near Jr iit1ii1Sns an highly rcpccted lady bel9ved bYYill who knew her She asia faithful mem ber and active wprkerin her church She Jeavcs two ons ami ono daugh terJbe8idtsotbet near relatives and friends to mourn Hcrlosa fqneral j eef vices wore ccndlicted tthe follow byF35GhnRhlO 4urchafter which tbo jremains wcr conveyed to Pleasant p Grove cemetery FuUnterment It Saves rlvj CrnpyCIiiLdtcn SPAVIBW vwo have a splendid ale on Chaniborlalu jCon h rmcll fmld uiii ciMitomerscoriting from far and krmH1jfcayo died ot cnup if Chamborlahrs Congh remedy bad nQt been given- rJVJxH Air AOynnpv Tbo 25 and 50 con v i slzoj for sate by iHaydynA Robertson i1 ST MAIIYB COLLEGEE 1 YSKYfOliiSSIOAt AND COMMEilCIAJ STUDIES tW rATunAniJdthNcas ANDtmo n M riImrTC3 I lf SSf TEUM3FOR 180798 I Board and tuition per school yean 10 months 125 washingSan l mending 25 Total Sl50t payable as follows In September 00 January FO tAprit10 c iD yearfC 10 raontbsl 25 dusic 5r v Private roon VV25- vt Doss under 14 years oKago y fchHdron of the same familyund clubs of five from tho same place tffnt expenses 142 in paymentst of57 45 and SfQas obove Generous patrooage solicited SludiesTeauraeclt Septembers REV DAVID PtENNESsyt 0 It Ucroro oh oIf itlio cflrtitiy Jo Burfl and Put lJUbf i x f14 iligja vour yeUw you rliovo occasion to thank i1fortftis To rt1I0o vviovijAivKil nOHt lIYj t6owJrHt f Ic jSr2t Y JA 51313P- THAT THE FAGSIMILE SIGNATURE OF ts ON THE WRAPPER OP5 EVER d BOTLE op CASTORIA OasHria ts pd tp I6C MP lottlea only It ts art kali In Dot alley enyeaa to tell ca nytlli e11oQ1Jic p a 0 promise that ll JUtt aJEcod aud ijjfl GUWel p1 st rj bat GU rt CA1T0B14 Tt f I16srtccl Iill MUD BATHS iiuwFor Ujp Patieuta Tho b i sprinpa of Now Mosldo ears a goatleibnn from IAI Vegas aro on the Santo Fe railroad six miles from Lus Vegas anti they lire ei ton toil in a basin about 80 aozos in eztent surrounded on all sidedi by billsrising to aibeighttjf from 30Q4o 400 feCt Rhieldiug The placo rom wind ned sand starmiInTho mud baths which are then cnrativo effects are only to be had atCarJsbQdi shown that the mud foand lttlo hot epringa of New Mexico audwhicn ia cfled in giving tbo baths 130 tho chemical compcsitlon as that of IDGIbod It is very interEsting to formation of this mud of pent It formed by the vegetation which een I washed down from tbo bills probably a century ago and which eettjingi among tho xocka haa become deoomRosek sndl rnzedinto a practically carbon 1mpriiatcd withnalts magnesia soda lithia and various other ingredients Tins poet js gathered from too rock dricl and put through a fine sieve iu carthis trcntmont it ia assoft as flour Iti then taken to the mixing room where itia PUt in large tubs nod the inter from the hot springs mixed with it un til it is of about the consistency of mush Tho road is now ready for use and it is pIthO1patient to minutes Tbo application of mud has an eficct similar to a thoI politico and draws the imparities frol11I tho body through the pores of The patient is then removed from tho bath placed upon a slab and submitted iCC1npOi i it can be rubbed front tile body with alt dry towel leaving the flesh in n clean condition A great many pooplo comO to this plac to tale the mad bath treat meut nndfioino marvelous cures aro effected In one instance I remember to crwithof this treatment he had been relieved Tho treatment is especially beneficial to persons afflicted with neuralgia rheu matism and skin discuses Denver Reonbiirn SHORT NEWS STORIES The Soft Aaswrer Swladllrur Talent Soo oaxisedTho Biabop and the Ao torHoncaty CabuUod A hnmorona incident happ nrd at thoI Cccond regiinentp frraory iu Chicago a short Hmo jigoin which Dr Hcol1J Frank Lydstoii tho tnrWIa of tim rqgi tnont cleverly turned au aciutcutioual insult into d funny cliniiix It Wn91 nieoting night mid the let tor wl pt1 term officoH wcro happily chatting iu ouo tho flcldrooma that looked out on to t cfI street A pitchur of ico water sat on table noar by There was also a cia ril pauredloutdrank deeply iiml throw the rest of ha liquid ont of tho yiiitlow A pasaiug pedestrian caught it right in tho faco augerIatmor w 1jhcre at the mutter with yon man cnrprisci1 OO canco of the raving jargon ThpmattcV Yon oclllatbI Whatd you tlirojv that water iu my face faiflt demanded tho man belo7 VchC1nC1tlyt Why jay dear sir what did yon cx pctwhishy1n these hard timos hn moronaly resrxndftl tho doctor Drop mound when times got better nod Ill flSthroweluded jocosely At this reply time man below forjfct his grievance in tho enjoyuiont of tJiS humor ss1diutanotheiwqrdandmomin Itn himsolf OSicitgtT TimesHerald S lneTi1entl1GCo1lod Th othw day a ypM dw5d ffellot ooac in hero nod ordered r43 meftl onUno0 ooic1a lI j J o fitrcc rstrnrateurBefore ho was ready to leave another jnau strolled fa toole n seat at tho sumo table and ordered coffee uud rblb When the flraf man finished his meal ho calmly pickedutto the uomaimors 10 cent paid a alma at the cashiers desk audAvnlkccI out Of conrso there yas it howl frciqj tho Jreinaining customer vrbatf ho Saw that an 80 cent check Lad teen loft for 1nln settle end wo could do nothing lutacccpt 10 cctifes from him and pocket tt loaa cf 70 cents Ycatitday I happened to bo behind tbo cashiers desk when one of the sam fallows oanio up paseecl over a 10 cent check and laid down a dim I immedi ntcly handed back tliq coin and said Yon doiitfrwo rae anything I nn a crest admirer of nerve I twad to work Tith BijlDccliu till howaB killed wLiGo Laol to your portlier there and ten him that his cheek i settled too and thet hs neednt worry aont making 5nt k nfcrait its aim this time Anil Tr 1ho wny have a c gar en mo I adihxl handing oift a box of tho best Elavanas Uyfercigar ant saId Yotrro n thoroughbred and no mistake Tliajika Ill jest tktone for Billy too Anti hor clhicaao Tiincslcrnldth Tito Prehistoric Coma of the Rocfcleii Professor Henry Fnir old Osborn of tho American Museum of Nat ral History in Tho Century describes the remarkable fossil remains that tire found near Bvidgcr Inio in tha Hooliiod 13o says Iwo loavo tho lalco shore and pass into the drier upland wo cover the clover littlo four taro horse swift alert intelligent Hois to uso tho modern rapnsuro only latin bands or 10 inbbpa high so bo would not reach the knee of tbo 0uthtathoront ono sitting y tim pntriofelia His limbs are as slender na pencils His largo eyes are much farther forward than in the horse Ho cpald readily hide among tho tallqr stalks nnd it is possible tbnt bo ha begin ln of protcdtiostriyeaimitatiugi rood abndowa upon his nook nud xnnnc In his hair nnd coloring how- e wo pass into pure conjecture Rig wall worn chisel slmpod front tooth inchoate that ho was already n crqppar or browsor nUll ebo ovltOll- tIacrotof his triumpbantporsistonco over bid pondoroas contemporaries that bo learned to browso just about the time that grassOt began to appear Ho was tho animal for tIJo times l AnrlcnU Wora Faith TccthyTim Talmud allowed Jewish omen to go abroad on the Sabbath silverIi FARM FOR SALE Very cheao nail rensnnabb term is ear tile town ut Texi 128 acres iin good state of cultivation god fences Ijvided in G liohta 16 acres reek bottom 35 acres ill clover swl cl1inflJrnmi weillnnelII Jdcq it fur n hmirrninICall on J G MANSFIELD Springfield Ky boy entire Iromu front wheel rnoiMy day with jils hand limlly Ineorntcd Reel bleeding and suffering great pain says1 Mr KT Schall with Meyer Urns Kt I otiw Mo J drcwwl tho Wound and applle CbamborlaiiiH Pam linltn froolv All rmln lOn Ccl and in remarkably short tuna it IioalcKl witliuut leaving swollitigxundIprosenjllon eqnnl tlh ooiinldm it u hotlscllOihJnCl jtisity The Itt and com sizes for sato iiv IJayilon k kubcrt on IKEyrUCKY PAul DATEt WinchfidW September IS Sdayp llazel Green Soptomhor 144 cia Glasgow September 151 days Princeton September 503 daj8 Hartford Soptombor 303 daps Uniontown October 0 6 days Owensboro October days Jlorganlield October 55 days Moments arc usclTs if trifled aw iy Shey ore dan erously vosted if caiiauLu by delay in cnies whore One Minuto wuptb cure woalil bing immediate rnUcf Wu t ere Bn woe oTO heal ilio broken and diseased Use iee 1to Bootbo the irritated surfaces irstaut ly relieve Jtud to orrontiontlv euro tIminsinn of IuWttts ttltch Hazel 18al Vsters Dwi1oIICKSOVWH SWVVPII Co Hn tmo cn subject to uttailiB of ltllnns colk for toNJ1 years IiunilnrlulnH 01I htnIera slid Uurrli rcmpdy is the onl y sure roikf It like a Ihiirin Oiiodotto of it Kycx relief when all oUter retttti ie HaYdOlll1t r EXPEhlliHCE YBAfl3 L PACI 1 e DUOrU lirO4 COPYRIOKTO a Anrono ecniilns a kel iretai1r1m I f0 r Ittwr an lDftJI pruUilily tteitht8 ifntvj tl4t nc5sc1 futtcautnr rteutcononly laru u s Iatonti itroujA 21vuaOj rwsUv epoctal nuttcc o th- oeClETIFIC ASBEfiiCSH b KBUfnlT traU lanraa drcnVtik tZ taJ3i1Irtc 00IVrU n o mn or woman cau onjoy life or ne complleb much hi thteworid whllesnffcribj from a orpUl liver DeVHts IJtita Early lUaora the piUs llhint cloacae thit orgsn quickly Vfclcrs JJrq wne v t 0 t tHE D AoECQ r which the Expectant Mother is- exposed anti the foreBoding and 1dread with which she looks for ward to the hour of womans ifewi placesinpresses to her bosom her babe iJThEfl5FRE l allays Nervousness and so assists Nature that the change goes formt ard in an cay manner without uch violent protest in the way cINauseal Headache Etc Gloomy 1fomosrebodingsopefulanticipationsshe passes through thcouieal l I w tarithoutvigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties Safetytoofu Mothers Pttend and e time of recovery shortenedI nI know one lady the mother of three c loghildrenbirth of each who obtained a bottle Mothers Friend or before hc i fourth confinement and was relieved r theirlaborJOHN G Potniix Macon GLI5100 PSS B02TI at sit Drug or mat by mail on receipt of Containing InraliMMa Information ofp toREEbit ccaAnnoLDnsaULAToRcoAyANrAGsUR Oraj ovlnes ote novcr were more thrifty srnftIw only cut frqm trees end vines in our orchard of 75 acres OAltDINER BROS- DOA8VILLC rThtf KtIsnn County THE n NEW YORK WORLD liliCllIIasfs a Week 150 Papers Year A pnp rna usefuli to ns great SO daily for 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All tho Latest Telegraph News All tho Lat t State New All the Latest Market Reports Correct Market liomrtskCorrect Coiirt itepormabReliable News IloportsoHonest Editorial Policy The Weekly Louisville iispatchandthe News Leader ono year for vl8L65li4 7Dhf1NCEtit Ohl subjcrihers to the NEWS LuAUKii paying aH arrears and tor another yoit will be given n yanOf m tago of saro oflor Send qrdeiS E L JAVISON Ju rtNn FIELD KY tOlb tfls 1lia bitthcciielno for chfldrei Doctor recomiiieiil1t in plKce otC1is j 1UE tJ II 1OR 0 1897 LNJTUNTRV TOE BES OP THE I1UtIUIlU VEEILJAEN Farm Crops mill rroccKjr ursicultiri Fruit VowIncr LilvcStocU and DairjlHK- Whllo it oleo Includes all mlnor dewirt men tt5 ot Rural interest such as the Poul ry Yard Entomology Bee4cepmnrc3reu hahana Qtauery Vetejinnry Kcpllosv Far i Questions nbd tbiQr Klretide Reading Domestic Economy and a sum y of the news of tho week Its niorlut reports are unusually complete andmuch ottcntlo is paid to the prpspecta of the Drops us thoowing light upon ant of the t important of all questions Vhcn to and When to Sell It is liberally il iustrated nud contai s moro reading moi than ever before The subscription pr e is 260 per year but wo otTer a SPEC lAb UEUUtmON in our LUG RATES i Two Subscriptio oait 4 SIX SlibSCrlplIOllSdo dJOTen SbscrIpt1onsdo dJ l t payInl l1ieitoES SrEdiMBX GoriEs FusE Addrcss LUT2IUR TUUICMC SOW lUllL1S1u nsIu 5 it FENCING PPrS wIRe P CemetthyLawn Fencing orrznta af trtIrt in tt5P Gatnlogn flee rrrtyht Paid Prices a UellOLLBI WOVEN WIRE FEnCe co end 120 Uarkft St JaniG RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN ASSURED Uiiimedi iehr RIGHT INCOME TOI SON THE BEST PAY EVER OF FERED FOR SIMILAR SERVICE 1The Cotmopoiitan MaKirine edited by Jonx VLrfBn wished to add a quarter cf a million to its clieiittle already the larg pcrtcucdbyIT IS PREPARED TO PAY HAND SOMELY FOR ASSISTANCE DERBD It wishes the services oi no reliable man or vroman in every wn village country district or overyStateone Is reliability oarncotaiesa and work No matter on what other work you are cnscse J It will pay you to csajnino into this offer ApplyItatlD cotition capability ant res to TilE COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE LilltoOKthcHul voth = == Sale of Valuable Farm AND rfiRSOXAI FHOPERTY ON TBUB3DAY SEPTEM B ELL 10 1807 on the premises tI130 Pttn Ir wll sell to tile ighi PSI bidder at Public Auction mv rm containing ISO acres siturI d on the Srlog field and WalJ nrrLick turnpike about Smiles Northl of Sprinfffleld Ky Thejnd has on it a welling containing ample room good stock uarn and all neces sary outbuildings The farm is in good condition a large portion f it beioin grass ith s never iIiSgsu1ty of water both for domestic nod farm purposes and is well timbered TERMS Ono third payable Jon first dv of JrtQuary 1898 balance in oUt and two years bearing iiierpst from tir t day of Januarv 1898 t interest payable auprnvQJ po soDal 50tmzit required bond for cumI lttuce with tterms to be executed on day of sale Possession oIfo farm tbgicren first of January 1898 Seeding possession given t oocoIA same time and place Iwill sell 3 to 5 head pf horses 3 cows und calves rod about 50 bead of STogscorn Terms for persiuul prop V erty notes with approved securiLvJ negotiable ajid payablo in bank I i thonrtngI duo on firbt day of January 1893 Terms as to corn crop to be made cown on day of Sale For fur iori SiwSt Electric IJitterstElectric ililtorn is n medicine 8ttlt S Tor any season but perhaps moro gen crpJly need tho languid 1Mitittid a1tectLro Is lull A prmlpt usa or le medicine h a often averted long and I perhaps fotttl billons fevers No rued cine Nvill act iworo surely1rtceitor j actlnj and freojntf the system fram 1alarialnstipatioli dizziness viold to IHoolrlo ttors 63o and fl pot bott6 at Hay tt Kbboftsoh IfTOi natural color ton good ohlaKOUto 0I ygleime Of thnpciiii nmav he obserVed riy UaftsUstiEcnwcr J3 CLE7iiUT rt TS HAYES Id ET i T eJJents Tayes fi t f f t J r LilJ l i ft 1URNITUREDB7LERSUF1DERT2KRS j 1 fj KND 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