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I fc v 1 V rP4Jyl I i J Jt t J t p7t p is T J1 T1TflE NEWS I LEAOERc ti2t NewS rieSnvQIiV SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 23 1897gNor 3 i POWDER Absolutely Pure CelebratedJorits loaveninfrstreuRth againstlumunslfuoi toihecbeftparbrandP ROY AIBK NZWDft vO NEW YOnK Locator Business Notices Iff enti per line IJithe flrst Insertion ani 5 cents for each subje tiaat Insertion Coils on candidates and polltlcal matter Cjonts per line y 5ab Work ii dona ay low rtSrbUt cash nut bs piW on drotood5et Advcrthln robtrt ts made on liberal inns Irei1otton of respect pe4e SI AXOOflEM4T t rtrp Majrtstratei t 2Q- Co1ttpjOflcers 500 DItThtOLIces u 1000 J i VRCHPIRECTORYnpTIST fljrtiC O Pugh gjwtor N8erTlces every St Vyat it i nod 8P ra Sunday e hat SiiitjPrsvw Meeting onWed neslKi hlshtat T pm J MBTHODIPT CntJRCHV- 1tcy BJ Atkinson Pastor Ssrvices on hAiFlMt ardThIrd Su dajs Ineachjfoth i1 aIn and Sprn 0PRESBYTEHIAN OHURCtfs f RcRtQ LawsonrorSctIces erery- uJ Rt1 tp alnt1Jam an Rp tn PVb33 if bvery Thnrndny night ChURCHtltevF CI OVI17 iBcddajf at84nd 10 oclock a U Bervice at tRtte smjS botu i it bopOB Springfield Iodgfl4o0- 5mecU oecond JTou jy In each rotnth VVUSalnEtpnRO Chapter c27mcets i evcry third Mondav j Sprlnjriled Coooll No 62 mebts Ot ery Tfourh Monday j itKjfliaUTsi or Hosor Meets every second I tiniVfijurth Mqndax In aubmonth I Kxiqn rs or MACAncEs Meets every Wuddoi idi cachmonthi QOUMtY5 DJRBCTdRY b V cmoupoooRT- Cfrc tt Court begins on the fourth Mon IdL7 In PebruuryfJtoy and October Le E iatlerson JbdeiVAVJ3 Sweeney miaonw alth Attorney PM GtrapbeU CJwrk jr W Slmms Maswr CommUisloner v QUTERJY COURT SSrefly ourtisbel4ou the third Mon- ai Ti Jan irr AprU Jbly abd October Ji YThlmpwDi Ita t oiNTycou9T County Court meets on the fourth lion escl month Jack W Thxnpson Tiide v rpHooker County Clerfc I 1H Thnrnanr t Cottrtv1 Attorneyj LR8rn1th Jailer JTF3ycroft Rberlft t j 4wwrhurrnar BPOCll DPH IOIIjLM3te15 itnc F JloQre coaaty Surveyor ADSaarp 1sseior ANoe PutlitunPbd CoUntySqre 8RIN jIL thiotO 1 poLl Jp4gtt Jn Urace MliftL TV p RCsd city Attorntiy AUtsTJQtr OOURT if rrf1 COUtL araheld Janoary April Juif null Ootober ii 1 t personal 6pn inllcal reference look to An ertlOn arnleteil with any spec1tl- cSrpido or delicate disease peculiar to tlieic ijex Addrera the leading physi nsI tqjriteons of thoU plted tutes DrHathawaf Co70 poanwru street f Chlqa n 4 UFTY DOL1ARS A VEKKJ3ASILY MAD Agents wanted in ovcrv ir duty for irow J Bryans Kreat and only lSO0kThOFUt Battla The bet seller overproduced Agent are tak i jng as many ns orders i qr weak Ke varA of f1oulhllontlinItatlou Send for 41t tjoi Ul and CRJn work at mice W It jOVKEY COMPANY Publishers 341 f1earborirStreetChkagoS DriBeILe Popper phlll Tonic cnres cjILs pormimcmlv A euro appetIzer A pcrfeel blood purifier A completo iOJCfinictuBpfr 3t wIll give color to the face and change that sallow complexion f aJ enuUful rosy hue Ilcorrects dlz- ordera of tho stomach and aids dlgeMlort Ovcrcouaei nervou depression and low pfr1tis it will restore xothauKled and ijurslng inoihors to full etrench and jonergv cud make bone and nu cle fur s n a1eLp- r I I ODDS J1ND ENDS OF GOSSIP JOST THINK OF IT In this funny old world With rare guerdons impearlod For which man has a natural thirst There is many a thouglit With such recomp nsa taught T0 the fellow whd thinks ofjit first Deeply hidden away Since the earths natal rtajy In the nebulous somowheraJnimcracd Thoreare germs thnl will bloom With a bankaccount boom To whoever discovers thorn first So just wipe otrtha dust Prom your cerebral crust Make your thliIcer with blossoms burst And youll mine out athlnk ThatwJU go on you with chink IfypU hUstle and dig It out fi RIchmlln Dispatch tjSTtiNG The campaigni managers of the respective partiesm this county are be ginning to hustle and to organ ize their forces ila way that promises a very warm old time in the county in November Each side 1i s1 organized a campaign committee and has established headquarters for the purpose of arousing more enthu Siasm among the faithful and doing missionary work among the doubtful All little differences or hard feelings resulting from the recent primaries have been adjusted and smoothed over and theindications areithat each side will put up a good fight The county has always been close and is probably so yet notwithstanding the fact that the ire silver free turnpike and other questions have whichImay change good many votes There are goo tl men on each side and the chances are that there will be a good deal of scratching done in the privacy of the Ypting booths r DTSPufeiGk1 iu ourmn- Ilorlast Sunday contained a very interesting sketch of the life and character of i3nHar din who was one of the most brilliant lawyers and statesman in Kentucky and whp is still remembered by some of the older citizens of Springfield and Bardstown where he spent a good part of his life In a clump of evergreens overrun with tangled vines in an open field about three miles out from town on the Lebanon pike the remains pf Ben Hardin now rept Though not exactly an unmarked grave it is a very modest tomb sue indeed that marks the last KenItuChysscription reads simply thist Ben Hardin of Bardstown pLAYBROOKE Joe S Clay Iybrooke who has for the past live years been in the employ of McChord Robertson has determined to set up in a business of his own and will accordingly open on or about Oct 1st a store in the room just vacated byJ G Mansfield There are few more popular or capable young business men than Joe Claybrooke and his many friends wish him success in his new Business He will be a clothier from head to foot car- r ing everything in the clothing and furnishing goods line for menD An COAL The approach of weather is something that trikes terror to the heart of at least one class qf citizens in Springfield and that is he of that unfortunate who buys coal in any kindI able quantities And well might he dread the winters for unless he pqssesses a rich in come or owns a railroad and a coal mine he will find himself on the verge of bankruptcy when he has paid his coal bill The price of coal in Springfielu ran ges from fifteen to twenty cents per bushel tie year round and what iis strange it is generally higher in summer than in winI ter The local dealers all claim that it iis not their fault that they makeoiilYs small margin it i 4r of profit Mine owners say they sell to Springfield dealers just as cheaply as to anyone and the railroad company well the railroad company says nothing but goes ahead hauling and charging just as it pleases and the poor devil who consumes the oal does the suffering LOAFER The regular THEI is a terrible pest and he is not always a hoodlum who braces up lamp posts and build ings on the corners of streets says an exchange which contin ues The country tavern has him large as life He suns him self on the piazza and makes strangers weary He is at the drug store occupying comfort able chair and running off timid lady customers who do not all IIofmorning to read the proprietors paper and if a patron drops in for a morning nip the regular loafer sometimes manages to get himself invited to drink He is a great help to any place when business is done because he is so different from business The trouble with the regular loafer is that he soon comes to think he owns the place in Which he is allowed to loaf In New York it was said several years ago of a famous Broadway hotel that no man could conduct it successfully because of the number of parasites that had come to look upon its privileges as theirs by squatters right They can never be forced to leavethe hotelsaid a man who had tried to turn them out and the only ppssible way to get rid of hem is to tear the building down oi7 air ttiiyjjUitiBg close it tightfor potew weeks and starve them out a n OOIEDThe cigarette fiend JJ is doomed to suffer The honorable Board of Town Trus tees hasdecided that the sale of the deadly cigarette within the town of Springfield shall cease for they propose so it is said to put a very high license on the sale of that article that its sale will be altogether impracticable by any dealer A good many towns have adopted such meth ods and successfully to stop the sale of the cigarette Its pretty hard on the fiends of whom there are many in Springfield and if you chance to run upon one of these lying in a fit orsuf- fering from the shadows dont be alarmed he will probably recover It is because he has been shut off from Ins supply of cigarettes Owing lo ovor crowding and bndven tilnUon the air of the schoolroom is often close and impure and teachers and pupils frequently suItor from lung and throat troubles To all such wo would say try Chamberlain Coutib Remedy For coughs colds weak lung and bronchial troubles no other remedy can compare with It Says A C Freed Superintendent of School Prairie Depot Ohio Having sonu knowledge of ho efDcarv of Chain boMalnu Cough comedy I have no iei4 tation In recommending It to all who sutler from coughs lung troubles etc For sale by llayd Robertson A Saliloquy A young man who had re sently married says an ex theIuttered these words Back ward turn backward oh time inS thy flight feed me on gruel again just for tonight I am so weary of sole leather steak petrified dough nuts and vulcanized cake oysters that sleep in a watery bath and butter as strong as Goliath ofGatb weary of paying for what J cant eat chewing up rubber and calling it meat Backward turn backward for weary I am Give mea whack at my grandmothers jam let me drink milk that has never been skimmed let me once more have an old fashioned pie and then Ill be willing to coil up and dieS2 I Tit Certainly you dont want to suffer with dyspepsia constipation pick headache sallow kin and lou of appetite You have never tried DeWItts Little Early Risers for theso complaints or you would hare been cured They are small pills but great regulrtors Waters Browno WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed ogra1n wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this umn 1tK or Pnnnprs are quested to send in stock or crop items tool publication Half fare on all railroads to t ting ton during Kentucky great trots at Lexington October 6 to 16 litA few choice Blacfc Minorca and White Plymouth Rock Cockerels for sale cheap Inquire pff the editor of the NEWSLEADER t tfJohn Tobin raised a crop of tobacco on C E Qrundya place this year that Is Bald to be the finest Jn the county centbr fused it t t Thfl prize ot a yearsjaubscriptlon to the NEWSREADER offered for the best cantaloupe sent to this office was won by Miss Cora Vanaradall who sent in a very choice specimen for us to sample t I t t Tuesday October 6 will be a great dy in Lexington It i the first day of Kentuckys great trotting carni vat of October 5 to 16 and the 15OOOI Futurity will be decided that after paperIst t tILexingtondle the large crowds during the ten day trotting meeting there October 5 to 15 All Kentuckjvpromlses to be ther to see the best meeting of th6 year t t r or as he is knoffn whose is a any is of the He has the of and be by About a dozen of tho best pacers in America will meet in the 4000 Tennessee Stake on the llrst day of the Lexington trotting meeting of OctIober 5 to 15 including Aumps 204 34 Planet 204 14 feogaah 294 12 Quin otto 204 14 and 205 All can go in from 203 to 205 111- It iis a fact not known that three farms in Fayette county are owned or managed by three men whoso combined wealth there andIi elsowhere is greater than tho as sessed Valuation of the remainder of the property in the county The three are Augnst Belmont L V Uarkncss and James R Keene t i In Anderson county farmers arelcutting their corn at and sleep ing through the day Tho reason ofC this iin that the corn is so dry that if bundled in the day the leaves fall off but when damp with tbo duo of night can be handled Sc me farmers InC Anderson we are told ate hauling water a distance of ten miles i 1ff t Mr Lucas Brodhead manager of Woodburn Farm who is on short horns states that the advance in this within the last six months has boon moru remarkableLslthan he ever knew in a of time and he ls an indi j As will be Woodburn Farm once paid 18000 tor a short t horn bull I tsWithout being a speculator or en we are decidedly of the opinion that it is safe to hold wheat for a much further advance Every that Is visible to the eye shows a deflciea cy in the bread crops Of the world In addition to this there is poor Ire lara wjth almost a total failure Of thai potato crop the chieT dependence of thoaojieople for food that wOJ hear from authentic sources con vinces us that every bushel of when that we have to spare in this country will be required to feed the nnedy people of other countries India will take all to spare frdm the slope and much from the tenor statesthat formerly came castT After seed wheat and breadi thire will not be a bushel to sparei from Kentucky for a good deal has been shipped abrpad and we wouldl not be surprisedjf we had to import flour and wheat to supply our needs at home Oaxetto Local Option Laws A press telegram from Frankfort under date of September 10 says It is said that on and 9Ptlorr adoption of the new Constitution will become void Warrant fur this is found ia the decision of Judge Hazelrigp ot of Appeajs in March 1896 Local tbeIconstruction of Judge Hazelriggs opinion Since tho adoption of the now Constitution a general local option law has been enacted Those pn clods or communities now operating against the sale of liquor pderthis generalI law will of course still be in the pale of the law but old purely local legislation putting local option into effect in certain localities mv pass Cut of exist ence after September because such acts gave uniform legislation to certain justices of the peace It There may be some for the foregoing but the opin ion is held bv well posted men that when the generafiaw was passed exceptions were made in favor of these WILLIAM LEACHMAN WILL LEACIThI4N Windy by evejybody likeness apRffira here nat candidate for office asJonQimigfat resume rbjut he a candldarfo fortKe patronage public in a public way just accepted a position with firm Robertson will found hisI Rubenstein generally gentlemen night authority breed considers jtheirremembered couraging speculation indication decerning great AH supplying Lexington theCourt grounds especial elections popular McChord many mends behind the counters of that store ready to show them the best in the house Windv is by no means a new hand as a mer chant having served as clerk nearly jill his life in the busi ness houses of Springfield He is a young man who males friends readily and is thor oughly posted in the business in which he is now engaged and we have no doubt will popularityof t Cheaper School Books The following is an extract from an article written by Mr R E Puryear and published inj the Campbellsville TimesJourn- al wblcb contains facts that ca- nnobedisputi The prices of school books have long been extremely exorb t itant and a burdensome tax on parents and guardians of chil pgIS1lationter has long been considered by all but there seems not to be sufficient politics in it to cause legislators to take it up and I do hope that the press 01 the t State will take the subject upI and that the voters of all the parties Democratic Republican r Populist will put enough pol t itcs in it to force legislation on the subject thut they will do wand of their candidates a pledge that there shall be at the next i convention of the General As ISm ly of the State of Kentucky i otne enaqtments regulating the publication and price of school it eratu re Of course it will be understood at1i refer to the p blic schools and fl am of the opinion that pecified Ine of school books should be selected for use in the public schools and furnished by i the State to pupils at actual cost s of publication if not free of any cost and a change in the line of books prohibited by law lor 801j fixed period say five years The trubleiias been that thee people hare too lung thought that anybody will do ta be seni to the Legislature hcuc y men have gone there almost en tirelv devoid of education them Jt selves men who could not spell theyii I rt who could not frame or draft the most insignificant bill add who come awa with amy bill j otwn drafted far themby some one else Louisville Tobacco Market The Farmers Home Journalj says We have had anotbei very active and advancing Bur ley market this ween1 It opened strong on Tuesday and continued so all the week and on Thurs day it was pronounced the high est of the year and higher than it has been for probably ten years Members of the trade variously estimate the advance over last weeks prices at from 50 cents to 2 per hundred Theii advance has reached all grades and types of b rleiv Even the common lugs and trash Such aS sold slowly last winter and spring at il and 2 pet hundred was eagerly aken this weekat from 4to 650 Bright trashes- re even higher than the red kiridS The breaks this week prtionsome excellent prices were ob tamed One hogshead sold on Wednesday at the Brown House for 29 per hundred equaling the highest price of the season frequentAtobacco at Rice Gvens onI Wednesday attracted cOnsIder- able attention Tne tobacco was from Scott Owen and Woodford and ws snipped to Rice Givens by customers of Mr A M Off att The 80 hhds yielddW 17500 averaging 1645 per hundred for Mb e entire salev In asmuch as the previousVig sales this season have been rehaudled obacco and this sale was entire ly farmers cTopsit is claim ed that lic is especially noteworthy Deafness Cannot be Cared by local applications as they cannot rtach the jscased portion of theeasj There Is only way to care deafness that in by constitutional remedies t Deafness iIs caused by mi Inflamed con ilitlon of the mucous lining of tho Eua tachlon Tube When this tube gets in I lamed you have a rambling sound or huporfeRthearingandvrhenftisentirely closed deafness Is the result and uhlcbM the inflnmatloaran bo taken out nndI this tube restored to iU normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever niiio cases out of tenara deairoyed by catarrh which Is nothing but an luUamedcoridi ion of the mucoussurfaces We will mve ono bjindreoV tlolRraror a any coco of deafness cansodVby cntnrih J that cannot be cured by ilnllo Catarrh Cane Send for circulars free 1F9 Sold by Druggists The s A Successful Man John WanamaUer sarsu 1 never in my life used such a thing as a poster or doiner or handbill My plan for twentyr years tins been to buy so muchc space ta a newsvaperand flU it l up as I wanted I would nQJJ give an advertisement ID H news paper of 500 circulation for 5 000 posters or dodgers I dyal dit saY1toa Column of matter through your paper for 100 or 500 as the case may be I let Him do the figuring and if III think he is not trying jo take any mord than his share I givell him the copy I lay aside the profits on a particular line of goods for advertining purposes At drst I lay aside 3000 last year I lay asido and spent 10000 I have done better this year and shall increase that sum as the profits warrant it I owe i my success to newspapers Free Roads The P nciler in the Danviil Advocate has the6fbllowjng oIyon free roadsj The Pencil er is for free turnpikes and he believes that the proposition to purchase the Boyle county roadsI will carry this fall There aresof course some objections toa Jree pikesystem and some good t p stm l Cio Jt19 nigecT wit 1oraor plessjtrstfee that her who BtaBce Pjshoull pay the fiddler and thatr the man 7ha most uses ihe road should bear the greater pdrtion jof the eipease but it K Mkewfse urged tat many of those who w have been using the roads most Ilio the past paid the least for tbTeir dupport Butt ibI9asi may the single fact that nil bo J counties surrounding Boyle will sooner Or later have free pikejj forcef this county into the ays tonI andtbe sooner the etti la accomplished the better it wjlfc be for all concerned t- As to whether or not the roads5 in Boyle county will be wall keptf after they are freed as theyare now the Penciler has nov doubt Ithat they will be if the axV payers take anything like tbw interest in the election of officers suffictehtly capable ndconsciLi entious to manage public affairs iiin a decent way Men who oww property along the turnpike can X Inot afford tolej them run nownt to the point of depreciating the value of their iandVond it is pos sible that thia new stimulus may result iiu increased benefits to the county at large Different counties already operating ther own pikes employ different methods Jot keeping thorn lB repair tnBourbbn the county is aivided intOZ sections somd thing like that portiipn of our county traversed by dirt roads The county furnishes picksr shovels drills hammers etc Bxperienced 1ar hired for quarry work while cheaper labor can be used on the road The county furnishes the overseer with a Itst of delioqueot tax payers in his district and these niust work out their taxes ata F eypi4ybeamount which fine they must paY is or go to jailr As some of these delinquent jtazes extend Ckor several years It will be seen that the county is saved cons d erable money A metqtier otL the Bourbon court tells Te Paris News that formerly the ostof maintaining some of the t roads which iit has acquired was fromf9 loStS per rb t Now they are maintained at 3 tpS5 per rlhisinm saidtbd e I News informer includes the cost of operating all the road nakin machiuery overseers and laborers t Cutting aaourid the eyes ahonld ba nrnldod unless you aro vrilllnR to make voursol subject for experimenting In surgery This ia unnecessary Suther p lands Eagle Eye Solve willl cure BOre Ayes granulated lldaafter all others have failed It airongtuens weak eyes Itlea- rmless If yon ever try Sutherland Eagle Ey ate llot failing oyesfubt granulated lids JktnHRbtfrlondit for It DrugglhtasellItS Improve your eyes getrldor that 1 ang crindlHg fcollnn of the lids and 1 lear yeur sight br ap lylug S t orJtlands Eagle Eye salve Thousands of who n over had 86ro bycstiHerit tp clear thcelght aud strengthen the eyes Losing FleshYou naturally losfrjlesfrln the summer and funning Sown Is so easy You geltf little tIynotlclhgappetite headache weakness o the muscles disturbed sTeep weakness ofmomory and these are the beginning of nervou prostration Iron and tonics and bitters may afford some temporary relief hut what you need Is a food for body brain and nerves ct1etwwm of Codliver Oil with the Hy pophosphltes furnishes just the nourishment needed for those Iwho are run down and pale and thin and weak If you lose flesh 4 n summer take Scotts Emul ion to Dont walHill laMf or winter before belnnlhj 1 yor sale at c and i all dr1 j i t t r 41 II f t1 ti jIf TL1 NEWSLEA1DRI qTJJt rr 1 anHEt E L DAVISON JR THURSDAY SEPT 23 1897 ANUNCEMNTS FPB CIRCUIT JUDGE r Patteson Wo1tra authorized to announce Charles PattMon f ol Taylor county a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Eleventh Judicial District composed of Marion Washington tByl rand Green coantles subject to tho action of the Democratic party November f HntS I isle UnYJnK received and accepted the11- c inti1atiIt 1tii tile IJcpnWican party ipthls Circuit Court Judicial District tSr tho ollica of Circuit Court Judfie your support is respectfully solicited r v w J LISLE ei1IFMorganmtr 3Vearoauiborlsed to announce W U 1 Morgan as a candidate lor County Judtjo tWahIngton County subjectl tthe J eton of the Bppubllcan party f Haysto t Wo rife authorized to announce James 1kilfay asa candidate for Koprjscnta rWt iJIrtOt1 CountylnthO e r HKuse 4pfIhONKenluflky Legislature 8tIct to the action of the Republican arty ffbR COUNTS ATTORNEY frTi DcmbcnUc nominee for the office of PountyAttorney of Washington county November election 1897 THE lynching of five men by a mob at Versailles ted a few daysajjo wqas thorpufjbly with out palliation and in trotQlity L Jsarpassps anything we have kno W D to happen oven in JCentiky about whose record lor mobs and murders the nortb g n papara hpwl so much These five nien were not charged with having done anything more than tocommit small ttefts and ye they were taken from jail shot dragged through the streets and a finally hanged to a tree by a mob of a hundred or more men Gov Mount talks of punishment for the guilty parties and so does ihe Circait Judge but its odds I that no tJ a man of that murder oQs mob will ever be apprehend edpr punished ji WE are almost daily in receipt jqf wjil ups aci puffs about the Tennessee Centennialii or some of its departments sent out by t the managers with a request to please publish free gratis oi course We also frequently vget notiqes from various railroads annpancing cheap rates to lbe 5rthe same request to please pub hsh Now we havent the time nor money to go tto the expo Btidn and wouldnt go to the old I thibg if we had but we will bet I exposItionja1g00 paper or any of our con tempo rrariea would a k these same peoi iby pie wnoare wanting us to boom their old slow for nothing to s Qdusa complimentary ticket ofadmission or a railroad pass to get there we would get itr nit ANOTHER proof of the gener thy improved business condition t is found in the enormous increase w in tte output of Dig iron When business gqnerally is good the I j ItJarticles Ofor 30Irailroads building for sea going vessels and almost every bus rqrd denominated la business baron I lJf etcr In October of last year f the weekly production of pig 4 iroein the United States aver 4 aged 112000 tons The avera ig1l lv output for September of I i this ytl twlllaverage about I J90 000 tons J f BRADSTEiJTs weekly hnsibessj review says Notwithstanding unseasonably warm weather and feverinchecking locally the distribution of rner I throughout1hemore than anticipated The center of improvement is enIjcade report within live years t Tbe principal settlement of the f rfiwerus co illSfd furthert ISI t lty i ii4f jrislDgi d steehproductistlie viihdraw al from tbia maVket ot some manufacturers of woplonsrextraor di netnaryTeptrts that mercantile collect ions have Imprqved constItute the features othe week TTHEidly subsidingtas it is becoming more and more apparent that the prevalent yellow fever i3 of a ve Citryreported and quarantined as yel 1loj pewDounced simple malaria The death rate has been remarkably low There Ijave been about 160 cases reported tDdatepr ADS is the name of a nea little publication issued at Lou iisville with H M Caldwell a itor and publisher It tell l about ndverisiogand is full useful bints cf benefit tp business men and advertisers THE trial of Hunter Franks Wilson for alleged attempt at bribery during the noted Sena nal contest at Frankfort re suited in an acquittal The result is such as was anticipated by nearly who has kept up with the case MORE new casEs of yellow fever arereported rilmost daily om New Orleai s and other points south but iit is hoped that cold weather will check any fur ther spread of the epidemic SEVERE frosts were expert unced Monday night in all parts of Kentucky and in Indiana and jportions of Tennessee Serious damage to tobacco is reported from some counties Late corn and vegetables were also injured THE Republicans pf the Ei gbth jjudicial distiict will support a National Democrat for Common twdeetltWsAttornv Dangcrqus Drinkinjr Water Death lurks in iinpurojvatec It breeds diseases often in epideniicJorni The first symptoms looKCneSs o the ibowels These dlscosca oro uhecked by taking Foloys Collq Cure Haydou Robertson Bontield lit 1895 I am subject to cramps and colic and luivo user many remedies but find Fo leys Colic Cure beats them all W L YEATS Haydon tt Robertson U ANTEfV TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIVE gentlemen or ladles to iiravel for responsible established hon e In Kentucky Monthly SG500 and ea peases Position Hteady Koforonce En clIeluPfrhoea isgoIMPOUTAXT RULING The recent fnilure of tho Massachusetts Benefit Life Association o infdeath claims unpaid is causing a gicat deal ot anxious discussion among the members of assessment institutions as to their liability under heir certificates The following dispatch to a New York paper explains the a situation A question which has been raised y the failure of the Massachusetts Benefit Lifo Association is as to tiNliability of policy holders toasses ment to meet outstanding liubiliticB nt the time of the appointment of a receiver In the case ot the tout ual fire insurance companies ii this State this obligation is plainly Pet out in the policy A pohcy holdei has been held liable for two years after his policy lapsed for all losses to parties insured wnile his policy was in force By the last Legislu ture this time limit was reduced to one year In New York the courts have decided that the policy holders art liable for debts incurred upm to the time of the appointment ofra eceiveraIt has been popularly understood that n member ot jin assessment llife association could terminate his aomberslup anti cancel all per Eonal liability by failing to pay ninys given assessment Ift however theI law as expressed in the Now York cases should be similarly enterpre ted here the member fnil assess ment concerns will find themselves l theyhaveIn tha case of tbe Massachusetts Benefit it is said that the law would not operate so as to compel the policy holders to payito the receiv about tho lt regut j Ifave realized upon the assets of the associatiqni and as in the case of mutual fire companies the OBsess mentR will be colleccteil by legal proccsslfke any other debt and if t 1lra si atltI iJ to pro luc i v r e c l Lol cla rAquestion have been made and bebw is one rendered by Supreme Court Justice Abraham R Lawrence no 10 1890 NowiYorkMutual Accident Association of they of Now YorkofWhereby it appears from the tition ol Henry Wintluop Gray receiver that the individual mem ben of said association aro liable rto contribute toward payment of claims against said association oportion and to tbe am inI specified in said petition on each tan d every certificate membership jheld by said member The saidre iceiver has no fuma or property in jhis hands out of whiolf to pay scid liabilities That by the provisions and terms of the certificate ofmem bership to said members and the chartec and bylaws of said assocra tion said members are liable for losses which accrued while their certificate of membership was in force It is ordered That in the event of the failure ot any of said members to pay the amount so ffound due from them the said Henry Winthrop Gray as such receiver is hereby authorized and directed tto institute duch proceedings as be may be advised in courts ot compe tent juutdiction to eiforce tho pay ment thereof v It is evident from these decisions that up to the time ofa members withdrawal from an assessment association he is liable for the sums duo pu assessments for claims oc curring prior to inch withdrawal 01 cessation of membership The point about the whole mutter is and it affects mutual companies doing business in Kentucky tfs well as elsewhere is that persons holding policies in a mutual insurance cQrupan either fire or life is individually liable for the bts of that company should iit fail and not nave assets enough to meet such obligations More than that the liability ofa member continues ffor a year even after he may have withdrawn from the company Ono of Two WayshTho bbdder was created for one purpose namely a receptacle for tbo urine Bud as suca it is not liable to any form of disease czcept by ono pf two ways The frat way iis from imperfect action of the kidneys TuO second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases CHIEF CtVSEbUnhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys Is the chief cause of bladder trotblcp So tho vomb like the bladder was crcatea eoa pujposo and if not doctored too much tot lIablo to weakness or dlsonse except in rare cases It is situated back of and close to thi bladder therefore nay painldisease or inconvonlence manifested kidneys back bladder or nrlnary uassngo often by mistake ttrlbuted to female weakness or womb trouble of some a rt The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided To find out correctly set your urine asde for twcnt ffour hours a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble The mild and oxtracr llinary effect of Ur Kilmers thvamp IJoot tho great kidney and blodeer remedy 3sOn realized If yon need a medlflnn you sholld have the best At druggists fifty and one dollar You may hove n sample ottlenad pamphlet both sent free by mall Mention NEWLKAUEU tnd sent your ad res to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton Y The proprietor of this paper guarantee tho cenulnenfls of this offer lanfedAn Id 0 thInk etn me to IImplll nvkltiVrltnnejs Waiblcctoti for thrlr preuu list of two butuired ImcnUoni waaica A NEW BOOK KNITTING AXD CROOIIIrriNQ of 04 pages ovoroO original deril jnn illu ritcd boautiful laco pattnrim shawls hools jackets etc lots bon published by The 1Iom1 Ml Milk St Boston Mass and will o lentwlth a Habscndtlon to that paper The Homo Is a U0pnpo tnnnihly tilled with original stones literary und do lIJe tlc topics ntul oshloiiH Its dvpnrt mont of Fancy Vnrk is a hpeHn feature noY and orlKirnl designs each issue Tlio prlco of iubscriptlon Is 50 routs pr year ini wlllicclul1uono of theso books As a special Inducement to trial hiibneribers acopv of this book will bo plvtin with it 8 months Htibsorlptlon Tho price of book is 26 cents but n months sub scrlptlon and the book couililnwl will bo prlJIlumJIltapplication r fol Theory Here SwiftsSpecific vatuabloIbrthosewbop SSSillgivethecountrYJwbocureathemtryingtherunchfriendsVhotake ofImedicineinwhen SSS is taken with satisfactory experienceth st bye t u MR WILIIAH SOWESS Mr William Sowers of Bradford Ohio w iassevere blood poison and writf tiiat to tbio day no sign of the dreadful disease has ever returned He says I bad a terrible blood disease which considered incurable and was treated physiciansbutseemed to get a Gnner holdon me and attacked my tongue and throat which were soon full of vile ulcers I changed doctors several times Bud afterwards took nearly every blood rem thesligbtesthwhich did me no good whatever I was induced to try SSS This remedy proved itself equal to the case for ip It s rkinI could hardly believe that the cure was permanent Jut ten years have elapsed and no sign of the disease has yet ap peared SSS is a sure cure for Cancer tarrh Contagious Blood Poison Scrof ula Rheumatism Eczema and all other lood disease which other remedies ave no effect whatever upon It is Purely Vegetable BUll is the only blood remedy which iis guaranteed to contain no mercury potash or other harmful mineral SSSis sold by aU druggists Books ou Blood and Skin Diseases will e mailed free to all who address Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia Cutting ajound the eyes should be avoided n nlow you are willing to antic o yountolt subject for experimenting In surgery This is unnecessary Suther lands Engle Eye Sulvo will euro sot 0 e yes granulated ids alter all others havo failed It strengthens weak ores It Is harmless flliR Ms1 WTE98 E- MlvLrjfIJI I FOR 20 YEARS Has loci all Worm Remedial EVERY BOniEQtIARANTEhO rrrtwnd BOLD kr EVERYWHEREI Whlikey Habits at bomo with OIlnd Booiolpur FUEE WOOILFY Mp ioi i Prior l- itcSTOROA For Infants and Children tt3 fit IlParOia 4 Ir cs curl gantf When Baby Traj sIck WI cve her Caitoita When she was a Child sh cried for Castoria When ci became 31J alto clung to Castoria When elio bad Children she gvuthem CosUirla Dr Delia opcrmlnt Chill rjerftxtt liver laxative antI DullousucstCblood Purifier Romoes without purging Cures chills tho complexion good Guaranteed by alldcnlers The Coming South Frederick Tnornpson in Les todayIeo erlog an era of Industrial developaent and progress antI tbe object of the Exposition is to attract the attention of capital and immigration to the vastre sources of Tennessee A constantly increasing volume of immigration has within the past eighteen months been pouringf into Tennessee Alabamal and Georgia from tho North CentraWStates mainly and th reason to doubt that within ten years a large proportion of the people r Siding in these States will be of Northern birth andI I aranfage Happily patriotism is no longer sectional North South East and West stand agdin united Prejudices no logger exist Good feeling fair mindedness and an earnest de si 0 to learn the true condition of t ings now distinguish a major ity of tha people of tthe North S uth As ignoranco is dissi pved by a more frrqnent in rcourse and by the distribution o literature descriptive of the isofis only varied capabilities and striking advantages the stream Iof good immigrants is broaden lag and deepening and the country will soon rejoice in an iincreased population and a dur able prosperity Nashvill Athens of the South and centennial city of 1897 has a population of one hundred thousand people It is an ideal spot situated in the heap t of the blue crass regiou A regon ifseiveJly celebrated because hospitable homes and beautiful women Not only in 1897 but always do Nashvl lus gate stand Wide open with a heartl welcome and a cordial reception COLONIAL DELICACIES thatt Thanksgiving Dishes That Tickled JPnlatc of Our In later days vrbinlCurduthlnIjuet finished the war Iwerefiner than turkey Tho royal roust gooso n great favorite vcith the colonial dames who pridcd thtniEelvcs nixra their ccokcrj Epicures nf tho modern wheel nil know that the delicate flavor of thr prize canvaeback duck is duo to the filet that it teNts largely upon juniper ber flea and the colonial ladies displayed rare Joiowledgo when they flavored the dressing of tho OOO with theso berries Another Thanksgiving dish highly prized by colonial epicures was ham baked in cider and if the snap delicacy were prepared today it might mako the fortune of tome ambitious chef This is tho way it was done n hundred years ago Wipe n whole ham clean and put in a baking pan akin aide clown und over the flesh silo sprinkle onehalf a tea cpoonfcl each of jwppcr cloves and till cpicu nod occqnarter cf a tcaspocnful of mace andcover all with a little onion juice Into the bcttom of tho ran pnt a sprig cf celery two bay leaves and n slice of onion Put n cup of flour in it bowl anti add cnfflcirnt water to make 4 paste cover tho ham with tho paste ca far dowu as the akin mid then turn into the pan two quarts of cider Put in a hot oven anti cook for 0 t hours basting every 15 minutes When cooked takeoff the crust turn over and take the skin null pet in another pun with the fat sido up Brush over with a boat en egg sprinkle with chopped parsley and bread ctumba and bako in a hot retudytoDonald WM Right A mnn walking by nn old graveyard in Abordconshiro behold sit tins on n wnll nn aged highlander with his bend wrapped up in n shnwJI evidently suffering from a bad cold Good niorplog DonnM said bo You socm to bo suffering from n bad boast cough Ech sIr said tho old man pointing to the gravo but tboroa many a yin over tb ro would to triad to ha It Happened Why iln Portly you are aU dOl1PI upi Wbatj the mutter n Bicycle But you dont ride a wheel No but tho other fellow does Flleccndb flatter SM I K2RRICK ODEALERBUGGY TOPS WHEELS CUSHIONS SHAFTS STORM APRONS BUGGY WACON HARNESS SADDLESFAKM WAGONS MACHINERY A F3LL STOCK OF r FANOY AND STAPLE GROCERIES HARDWARE TIN WARE GLASS WARE P i LEAiR jJhN cE shkLE 1 Ii t I OF SS lI I suMMER GOODS- I J tJt r In order to reduce our stock we will make sweeping reductions in prices on all Summer Goods especially Dress Goods ash Goods Clothing aijd Low Shoei I f1Dress Patterns worth 750 we sell for4Dress Patterns worth iq po we fpell fbi 6u German Organdies 25cworth45c Fine Organdies 150 worth 350 f Fne Organdies IOC worth 16 iac v The best light Calicos 4c A Good Dress Ginghams 50 i f f Hens Suit S3GO to 8600 worth 8r50 t9 81500 Childs Kuee Pants Suits 76c to 150 worth doublej money Men Women and Childrens Xov Shoes at prices to suit the season Genie iin1ft and look at Ihem we will make prices MMt will sell tlie goods S i p c j 3 5ePA t SPECIAL PIUES rf J V 1 1 LTO r iI t i n J CASH BUYERSd It 1 Call and see the heimtiMBroiiz l cks we pre giving FltEE to cash Ibtiyers t ClJNNlNGIIAM ANiI DfBUItTON j F D lLiilrnOv fL T lJMBVRT6 r 6QrJ DEN HAYDOC Sit MAXAUKn 11 Undertakers and Fnneral Directors j COFFINS I CAbKETR 1BURIAL AOF RUBES KItDSIL t r 1 1or FULLY EQUIPPED Culls answered promptly day i uigbt PM The services of EXPERIENCED E BaLiaEpa O 1 graduate from a hclcol of eml aiming tavettieiifencaied f J Jb Elass- tJr11BURTONCO t- 4 a I1BAG N BrocK SPRINGFiELD Ky t Kent ckys Great Trot LEXINGTONAT STAKES j J75OOOLPURSES OCTOBER STO 1et8971 t The 15000 FuturityTuesday OctoBcr s 4 TIe 5000 Transylvania hurJaytbc G 7 f JkZijte itprrsr Vii i 5r t1ne or more big stakes daily v tfd 1aAl1tbe crack horses TiTaHalffare on all railrokda dt i trt andliisf m bandy k tL f Liberati 7 7 ui1jl J i 25 t P JORNSTON Precident1 IIiV W LS0 hecrotaryt 5 i CJDt 1 t tJ p r I i fL a F4 i sEL M rPf N1iws LAtW 0 TilE N Ws= LKfi R TtTBLISnKD EVERY THURSDAY MOI ix a T2 tL SPRINGFIELD KY c jocYIIA lit PaiD INADVAQI ttiRIILDER i DENTIST 1 K All Dental Operations Mortnedy TEETH EXTRACTED flTUOUT PAW In SpfinKneld very first Thurs day and Friday bach mouth x OFFf CE Ovpr Postofhue Mara omen No 6i8K Fourth Atm IxjuisVlUo Ky 4 L WF NEiKIRK AATT6RNEYATLAW OFFICE wltlr c C MOCHORD y RYJZINEHliRTf OFFICE morEVERYDAY SPRINGFIELD KY t rt JIBDRTONr RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXT ACTED WITHOUT PAIN I I OFFKJEltagnn Block over MunsfieM onuwore t r SPREN3P1BLD KY CrOWil and Bridge Work Specially 4 Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema fffao intfenae itcbisanil smarting inci f dent to th2s3 diaeas s is UIItmth by applying Chamberlains lCy it Bkin Ointment Muny vriy 1 id coEe have e8npernuaiently cmtf it it I oqnallr efficient for Jtclxina relics ant a fnvorito remedy for core nfpples chapped Barjds chilblains frost bites end curouio lore ores 25ctt per box t Dr CadyV Condition Powtlertt ere just tvhata horse needs when in bud cot J1ion Tonic blood pnriilct antI ormj1golhetre rot food bt I puthorSo 2i cents PfIr Tlnclrnrre 1t JjilucutoYoiir ITnvrcU WILL ttinrnryt Candy Crllmril curt connttpatlon former If C C C frll dmcKlst rerun mouer DR J H LAMPTON ri QPFJCE ovEacr jJtr obcnUM OP FIC trn JAlloqschold Necessity ss No f1mUyshould ba withoul Polnss Ci lic Cnro for all hool complaints lIlv lon and Robertson IWEMO VAL I have removed my place of faasiuess from Main street t I art or the new building on Wall fitre6t next to the Berry Hotel I will keep nothing but the BEST anti PUREST liquors and ask share of your JOHN F GREENE 1 JO cURE ACOLD IN OK OAY- Tuke L xntlvo Dromo Quiiin Tablets Ml druggists refund tho money if Ia It Iniiw to cute loC Kortulo by llnydon 45iRouortson and Waters S Browse Fob 6 Owov 4i REUBEN MOCK BLACKSMITH i Horseshoeing Repairingt2 and General n cksmithl g All work guaranteed to pive js Usfactton at the Casey shop SPRINGFIELD KY PcBHTolarco Spit and Smoke Tear llfo Awar To QuIt tub icct casUf gad for ter te he1Ic1utl tt JucncvenndTlror tlike2ioT- DactlteTrrnJarnorkel thstmaked srealrm Iiuislsts50cortcrdgDib tr Mid paraplo Fred Adurcsa m titrrltc ltcmalr Co Cbco tIr Vv IiJ1 t n ii iiiiiiiiijiuiii1iI- f You Want to SAVE MONEY Go to MCELROY SHUIlfTZ FOR Granite Preserving Kettles i Any Size Brass Preserving Kettles and Maslin Preserving Kettles JJ Any Kind Fruit Cans Water Coolers Hay Vorks Builders Hard Galvanized Sprinklers ware Tobacco Hoes Tubs aid Buckets Churns Ash Cedar an Ice ream Freezers Etc Patent- AgentsFor OLD HICKORY WAGONS IrpUw Cream Freezer 7t5t NO JOKEM Graniteware and Tln alt at Lowest Cash Prices Blue Flame Oil Gook Stoves tbe best on earth JdJWBOVT5 TOWN Oil for Water Works I TILE diptheria scare is about over Mondaymorning HIGHEST cash price paid for wheat oats andgraseseedsC SPRINGFIELD will soon have water works and electric lights I dont think THE colored folks fair was a big success There was a big crowd on hand Saturday TAKE your wheat to J Walter Browns new train elevator and get highest cash price THOMPSON Lake will handle coal lime and ceraeut Give them alt order when you need anything in that line TILE Ladies Cottage Prayer Meeting will be held on next Monday at the home of Mrs R E C Lawson Word text Rest THE frost the first of tub totbacco crops throughout the county that were a little late iin maturing THE Ohio Valley Telephone Company we learn are about fo BetlandSamuels and Boston WORK is progressing rapidly on Thompson L tkos now warehouse on Main street and that enterprising firm will be ready for business before many days BEGINNING with Oct 3d there will be preaching every night at the Presbyterian Church till AlstonoRamsay P D All are earnest ly urged to como Horrlganast11SaturdayR Thurtnan and lodged in jail They have been indicted for hog stealing and had been evading arrest for some time Go to J Walter Brown for yourcoa1 lHe sells in any quantity from a bushel to a car loud and at bottom figures He hart dies the genuine Kentucky and Tennessee coal- REGULAR services at the Presbyterian ChurCa Sunday morning and night Morning subject Prepare to meet thy God 0 Israel1If Amon 412 ycouldIN the report published of the Peoples Insurance Company last week a Ylt eraPgivereri or made it appear that the amount t Washingnda figures should read l08000j fr p = i J HON J R HINDM AN candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals cm the Gold Democrat ic ticket will sp3ftk here on the 29th fusty Mr Hindman is a good speaker and there will no doubt be a good crowd on hand to hear him- WILLIAM BRFCKINRIDOE who llived in the Williaburg neighbor hood was adjudged insane by jury last week and taken to the asylum The cause of his bo coming demented is not known as he had up to a short time ago been considered a man of good senseA FARM belonging to Mrs Sallie Grundy and consisting of bIreutIpUbliCIY auctioneer Spears on last Satur Iday Mr William Willott became the renter for the yoar 1898 agreeing to pay SSlG50 as the years rental SToLENOn last Saturday night from in front of Dan Clnm ents house in Springfield a1 three year old mare dark baIwith three white feet and 1mg mane and tail She was abjut 15 hands high and when taker had on a saddle and bridle Any information leading to her recovery will be thankfully re ceived by a poor old colors woman CHRISTINA BROWN THE L N offers excursion rates at one and onethird fart round trip from all points iin Kentucky and Tennessee gootl for regular trains S 21an- d29 Tickets good to return within ten days from sale Tjhere will also be a Sunday ex cur ion from this point on Oct 3d to see tho ball gorge betve n CiUcinnati1Round wellknownInegro r negro who runs a vegetable wagon jllardlu fired two shots at Peter but missed hUnrrhey hadIt quarrel about Hardin interferingt with a sale Peters was mailing and Hardin wont off and got his gun and lay for his enemy and took a crack at him as above stated Ho was tried before Judge Noo for shooting with ini tent to kill but Was discharged hOVIJVGrlgltilnItventyfivll dollars and to days in jail ort the charge o jweaponj j dTHE Springfield Brass Band is a go and the echo of its musicI Will soon bd beard to resO the dry atmosphere of this town The instruments liar been ordered arid are expected here tomorrow The ban which has been fully made with the exception of one part is as follows Th o Osrrmh R Sat L lii cornet T L Polin solo B flatt cornet Ernest Mansfield 1st B flat cornet Frank Noe 2d B flat cornet Dune Craycroft 1st IDj flat alto Chas Greene 2d E flat WR Casey B flat baritone Tom Hardesty 1st B flat tenorl Conrad Hertlein 2d B flat tenor Lucket Simons E flat tuba J T C Noe slide trombone Ha ry Shader snare drum Chas Hardesty bass drum Tim following special fro thae CQuri Journal The body o the man found two find one liaif miles west of here Friday last iis still being held here awaitinb investigation Tho man is be lieved to have been a Kentuc- fan He was about twentyfour years of ago On his person was fouUil tt letter addressed to D J Board from his mother in Woodlawn Ky From appear haoIhave been trying to make iii way from St Louis to Louisf ville Woodlawn iis the name of a small station between here and Bardstown We could not learn whether or not there is anyone by the name of Board at that n ace tcMagistrate and Constable f The Democratic County Com mittce met Tuesday afternoon to select candidates for Magistrates and t onstables in the various magisterial districts throughout the county There were severall aspirants for tho nominations ini some of the districts and it was left with the committee to q 3Jcide who should be tho candidates i After considering tho claims of each the committee re ported on the following urn the candidates Mooro3villc and Brush Grove Peyton Briggs Magistrate Willisburg and North SamI Noel Magistrate and Shields Constable r Mackvillo and Hondron Sam Arnold Magistrate and Geo Catlett Constable Georgta Mayes Magistrate Geo Camp bull Constable No 0 and Frodericksburg Ben Oambron Magisfrato Tine Cecil Constable INo 10 and 11 Joun S Yankey Magistrate H M Noe C ble Iyou over try Butborlnnds Eagle Ey 1eat forlalling nyoslxht granulated lids befon HlKhtod udvurtihor among youi friends far It PrncgUts sell It IIniprov3 your eyes got rill of thnt rindIclear tho sight and xtfongtlion tho oyee Email precautions often pmvont dratmltchlefs DaWitto littlo Early Riieri 1aro very smAll pills in sljto but are most offcctlvo in preroatlng the raost aerie forms of Irwr sadli UA5wchtro blefk f ey i 3 i PPERSONAL jliisA Bottle Debo waa ic DanyUla Monday Rev cO Pugh baa Jtehlrned froM avlsifcsdttth W H Loschnijin was here last week from LouiaVillo Archie Hurt of Louisville is the guest of itr Scott Johnston entertainedthe flhIsMr and Mrs W K Robertson are in Cincinnati this week Hon W 0 McOhofd left Tuesday legaldl J It Lampton after a visit of two months to relatives in Grayson county has returned home MAtVOaJdlovisitingMissFred P Oaldwell has returned from Oampbellsville where hd has been for the past week on business Miss Annie D Grundy has gdne to Louisville where she will outer Miss Bemplea college for young ladies Mr W L Keeling who is Score CampaignOOl1mittee ho can better attend to tho work The many friends of Dr W Ray and family will be pleased loam that they have decided not to movfi to Louisville and the doctor will continue the pfactice of hIs pro fesslon among the good people of Springfield ond Washington county tIn giving an account of a social entertainment at Italy Texas The Weekly News of that place contains the following about a young lady of Washington countyuMiss Pear Connor a bnght blue grass belle cousin and guest of Col R C and Miss Dora Mitchell warlike a Dresden whitra ParM Muslin MOORESVlLLE inFromUur Special Correspondent tamfi all of whom Lave had typhoid rePorgf much improved kThe party that took in the cectouterreports a good time At the sale of J M Crow de ceased the farm containing 180 acres was sold to Mr John Avoritt of Marion county at S12SO per acre Tha corn was sold in four lots at9 30 32 and 33 cent respectvely Sam Campbell was he uotioneer and a good crowd was in attendance including someof our tundidntes Mr Ejijuh Smith of Indiana is visiting relatives here This is his first visit hero for forty three years Protracted meeting is going mat Maud Christian Uhurcb onductedby Rev Cliff Alltn o Botland A Mr Lennuk is con dueling the singing Mr Tot Wakefield returned from the centennial lust Satur day sight 1Mr Dan Goode of Lexington hie son W B Goode- at this place R Moore visited on Hog Run lust Sunday Wo understand that W B Barlow will bo an independent candidate for Magistrate in this and Brush Grove precinct Rosco Bnblett of Blonmfleld visited Luther Boblettat Bunker last Sunday Clover hulling is going on in our vicinity this week Messrs Croake end blmms doing the hulling t Tho election is the topic of conversation and from what wean learn it lpromises to be close Mr Jas Settles is sltll very low Sorghum making 19 the order of the day and is selling at 3Cc a gallon Curedaby local application ns they cnnnnt roach file diseased portion of Uio oar There fa only one way to duro deafness that In by constitutional remedies DriUness Is caused by vn inflamed con fltioc of tho mucous lining of tho Ens tachlnu Tubo When this tube sots in flamed you have a rumbling sound or Important bearing and when tiacntiroly closed deafness in tho rCatllt and tiniest oho Jnt1m1atlon vita bfl taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition hourirtg Will ba dostroyod foster nine tint of tenors deslruycd Jbv catarrh which Is nothing but anlnlllltncd condi i hon of the mucous surfaces Wo rflItRivo ono hundred tltfllrtrS in rItnhy autfof d nfnossrahsodby catarth that not hapdral by ilnlls lItarlt rCuaO Send for Sr HlnHsfr F1TEi l 1lY r4l nn- f i ttbr 1 f 1 i L j ANDY CATHARTIC i I CO ttrALi SABSOLUTELYIInerrrit or ntpeltat tlllIQ far utnal milts SimVtekri booklet free Id mnrtyJ UEEDt tnDIt WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW STORE xlIain u to see the people of Washington and adjoin ing counties We intend to keep one ttf the itibst complete stock o f General Merchandise in Central Kentucky and wIl w lrguarantee satisfaction to all Who favor l1sWith any pant of their trade We ihank the public fortheir ast favors and earnestly solicit a continuance of samet toADEEPCUTiNPRlES will be made for the balance ofseason on all f- Spring and Summer Dress Goods Cothngf and Shoes It will pay YOU to see our Biux gams t t McChord Robertson t TEACHERSIOver 1dnsthavdmoreOIB plan 7nTEES positioDS cents pay for bock cqbtainlng plans and a f love story collettfday teachersECVT BUs TBAOIHRS a4R tAU tIJn Uubort nueetIhicsaolnNorthern vacancies Chicago ofllcbr Southern vacancies Loalsvlllo office One ItJtlstcri Ilnbotb omces Professors Reconmeni R YMdNb Oti8RIDGf t IgQjnt Ifi r your Nerve Tonic is the object of this writing studyInervousness by over work and was com pelledtodisconlinuernyattendancentthe college when I desired to be there most The Professor recommended the use of your Medicines After six weeks use of your Blood and Liver Remedy snH Nerve Tonic I returned to the College well and ambitious The benefit an healtfillsh ftr For sale by Haydon S Releftftn Running sores innolont utccas and simi lar troubles even though of many yeam standing mar bo cured by using DoWltti Witch Hazel Salvo It soothes strengthens and heals Itls thetjfreatpUtfcura Waters Browne A Irrny rough feeling about the overs nilluneil or granulated lids Is made sot and smooth with one application of Stfihorlnnds Eagle lKvo salve Tryit to night and yon will 600 bettor tomorrow night It iiJ not itunleasdnt to aid Now is tho Limo to 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Scientist plates a Freo Offer fo Oir Readers The distinguished York cheti tTA Slocutoj demonstrating discovery ora reliable and absolute cafe for consnmptf Uoa jEulfnonar T1 erc loss ann nIt tbronchial t foat lung nail chest diseases stubborn coughs atafrIi J rfffictloa gen reraldecllfao and wtJalrtfesS fou ofldash and conditions of wasting amp chill send diRerentofer Ufo NEW IrAata writing for them HisUNW Sclentlflq Treatment baS cured thousands li crmanontly by Its tfraeiyi use and he considers It a simple prefers t lenl duty to suffering humanity to donate 41of h Infallible cure Science daily ddveloPesnownondewana dhis great chemist patiently okpErlmeatingrfor years bs produced results us oeocflciaf rJ to humanity as can bo claimed Iy nfcy mod ern genius His assertion that llung troub Its and consumption are curablo in say climate f proven by Heartfelt totters of gratitude flied in his Amcricon and Euro peon laboratories In thoustnda from those cured ia allYKirU of the world Medical 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pte oLjciarso j Hit fair time returned like n jg Ifjupon the branching road of life The w tight innd path led into the sunny land T andrtneJgnMr viceIpoi ns writhing serpents drippings stifling steam OhbQw the Berueuti f11clup to hiS breast Oh tho poison on f his tonguol Ho know well hi e wnvMindless and in inexprssibleagony liocalledtohonvcn Oh glvo me back my youth again 0 Father Stand me againSthat r may livo my life over j t But hi3 father and his youth were 1 gone long nsa lIe saw flreflied dancing over the sframpaud extinguished in tha ohritcbyardiand hosaiduTbey ore Ulny foolish days He euw a star hon tho sky ehiniug 03 it fell and then vaiiish lntho earth That is I Ssaid histleeidingr heart and the serpentstof remprsti made sun wounds vThc flickering phantasms drew the roofrandfi spiritsiemptytorns suddenyfrow Ii chimes like distant church music Be lookedbwidaJyoathfnlfhappiertthef1ablessingsFr i eyearSleepv folflQfi1l tlb NeW Years wIshu for mElI opportunitiesAt restrainedLojinJo the hiding snow He moaned in despair Oh youth only como back i 1 backJL YarIJt nithtbcc breaming JIo was still a v yotfng mail Only his errors vcre not a whilebetho pathway cfvico iota tho sunny way of the pure Iud of virtue 4 Consult the ITible It iff iaid in Scotland that those who delrcto lcorn what fate or fortune thiz newytarhasu store for them may do 4Fo by consulting the Bible on Now YearV morning before breakfast The cred book m stbo laid upon n table- I i and those yhb wish to consult it must I flngeiIwhrchit ill opined This chapter is read aud Js believed to describe in some way the happiness or misery during the en iiniuJ YOm of tho person making thv trial AWarnlrig 3re 47WlthpufU roti swear oft c1NOWYfartIhy Annbaorr flsppeuc5cyou ar all done 1iL rpl WhatM thfc matter Bicycle ir But you dont rido a wheelr J Xb but tho other fellow dOeJu N 4PHecende flIatii t irk ell InBso it cloth inensurd ta3o trst thooxat length of thQ 4e V v tdiearm of 1dwiril JW z i 4 j y r MM SEE THAT THE 7 FACSIMILESIGNATURE OF IONTliEWRAPPIER OP EvER BOTTTP OF CASTO RIA Jj Cutoila if put up la onsrixo bottles only It Is set sold ia talk Dont sUor anyone sell you aaythlBS elacn the p1eiot promise th Ut fauJustas good and u1rUl answer erefy pur- QSeo that yea get 0A8T03IA dpatuil wasted youth where lisafl5 rS5 MUD BATHSiow tb Muslillke Mixture Is Prepared For the Patients ThoJioS springs of Now Mexico says a gentleman from Las Vegas are n the Santa Je railroad six miles from Laff Vegas and they are sitnated in a basin about set acres in extent surcrounded on all sides by hills rising tonsh shieldinghor Tho mud baths which are famous for their curative effects tire only to be bad in two places in theworidhere and at Carlsbad Germany and it has boon that tbo mud found at the hot springs of New Mexico and whicfl is used in giving the baths is of the same chemical composition as that of Cans bad It is very interesting to note the formation of this mud or petit It is f tormedbeen washed down from the bills ably a century ago and decompoei omopg the rocks has becomo Rod formed into a Bnbstancawbicb ractically carbon impregnated with alts magnesia soda lithia and various iotherThis peat ia gathered from the rocks dried and put through n fine sieve in or 3er to remove the silicates and after this treatment it ia as soft as Soar It Is then taken to tho mixing room where it is put in large tubs and the water from the hot spriugfi mixed with it un til it is of about tho consistency of mush The mud is now ready for use and it in taken into the bathing room where tho patient ia placed in 4 tub and covered with the exception at the head and al owed to remain in the mud for from 10 to 33 minutes The application of the mud has an effect similar to a mild poultice ond draws the impurities from the body through the pores of the skin The patient is then removed from tbo bath placed upon a slab and submitted to a vigorous rubbing the composition of the mud being chemicnlI fit can be rubbed from the dry towel leaving the flesh in n condition A great many people como to this place to take tho mud bath treatment nod some marvelous cures are effected In one instance I remember to have seen a man who was all drawn np with rheumatism and after two weeks of this treatment 43 had been relieved The treatment ia especially beneficial to persons afflicted with neuralgia rheu matism and skin diseases Denver Renablicah SHORT NEWS STORIES The Soft Anawer Swlndllzur Talent Boo osnizedTho Bjho and the Ac torHonesty Bebuked A humorous incident happened at the Second regimentR 9 rmory in Chicago a short timo ago in which Dr George Frank Lydston tho surgeon of tho regiment cleverly turned an unintentional insult into a funny climax It was meeting night and tho doctor and other officers were happily chatting in ono of the flcldrooma that looked out on to tho street A pitcher of Ice water sat on a table near by There was also a glass The jolly disciple of Hippocrates poured out some of tho water into the glass drank deeply and throw the rest of the liquid out of the window A pedestrian caught it right in pasqingJ andflcwlntoarngeofnngcrYou w a pedestrianthe at sulphurous Whets tho matter with you man caked tho doctorwith some surprise poking his bead out to ascertain the cause of the raving jargon beneath The matter You xzl- Jt Wbatd you throw that water iin my face for demanded tho man bolero VChemontIyt hat did yotrexr nn1 tiincaTMm moronsly responded tho doctor Drop around when tmcsgct better and Illthrow whisky Intoyour fucc becon jocoselyAt the man below forgot his grievance in tho enjoyment of the humor said not another word and moved on down the street laughing within biraselt CbicaoaliaicoHerald ETrisdUss Talent Eecoimized TheQtbcr day a well drcestd felloe curio ja jicrp and ordered a noal tt1Q nt Jo cjJ4- s J f1 tti i street raitauratenr Before bo waa ready to leave another man strolled in took a scat at the same table and ordered coffee and noUn When tho first man finished hiS meal he calmly picked up the newcomers 10 cent check paid a dimo at tbo cashiers desk and walked out Of course there was a howl from tho remaining customer when ho saw that an 80 cent check had been left for nothinghuta loss of 70 centsl- iYcsterdny I happened to be behind tho cashiers deskwhcn one of tho samo follows came npj passel over a 10 cent check and laid down a dime I Immediately handed back tho coin and said You dont owo mo anything I am a great admirer of nerve I used to work with Bill Doolin till he was killed then I drifted into tho restaurant business Go back to your partner there and toil him that his check is settled too and that he neednt worry about making a kick about its size this time And by the way have a cigar on mo I added handing out a box of the best Havanos UThe fellow looked at mo quizzically for a moment extended his bond ion the cigarond said Youre a thoroughbred audio mistake Thanks Ill jest take one for Billy too And ho dldChi cago TimesHeraldit JleThe Prehistoric Horse ot the Roclde Professor Henry Fairfield Osborn of tbo American Insoam of Natural History in The Century describes tbo remarkable fossil remains that areS found near Bridgor lake in the Rookies He says If wo leave tho lake shQro and bypasscover the clever little four toed horse swift alert intelligent Ho is to use the modern measure only four hands or 10 inohes high so lie would not reach tho knee of tho levourePjntllimbs are aa slender as pencils His largo eyes arc much farther forward than in the horse Ho oould readily hido among the taller stalks and it s possible that ho had the beginning of protective stripes imitating reed shadows upon his nook and mane In his hairand coloring how over wo pass into pure conjecture His well worn chisel shaped front t IIropperof his triumphantporsistenco lover his ponderous oontemporaries i s ho learned to browse just about the time that grasses began to appear Ho was the animal 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their children would havo died of croup if Chntnberinhrs Cough remedy had not eon given KKLLAM A OunnKM Tho25nnd 50 cent sizes for sale by IIuydonA Robertson BllaUke About Lleart DUeiwe upheartfor years without making themselves Ion to the victim and iu not a few cases death occurs suddenly from disease without its existence been suspected On the other sachjj there are persons who think they heart disease when the that organ is perfectly healthy They complain of bad feelings in the cardiac regions palpitation irregular breath ing etc and such symptoms would naturally suggest disease Iii these case the trouble is purely nervous in char acter that is the nerves which control the workings of the heart are somewhat deranged and very generally this rangcmcnt is tho result of doI trouble pdescribed 11theby careful attention to diet The quan tity of food taken should be no greater than health and strength demand and only substances easily digestible should be eaten In some people even with 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