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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r T o T i la 1 t u c c k 1jr J t y j 7 ti tiSL LIfi THE e t4I4 NEVI4EADER 1 i 4p SeiiesVolIrv SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON OUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 30 18Itro o 39 d POWDER Absolutely Pur Celebrated forIts gTeatleayenlngstrenxth and health fulness Assures tho fpoa against IuM anti All forms of adulteration com taon to the cheaper brand ROYAIiBAK DrOTOWDBBuO NEW YORK Local or Business Notlceslo cents pec lieforth3 first Insertion ani 5 coats for each subsequent Iniertlon alhi on candidates and political matter oaatt perlino t 4 Job Ifork it dond a lortr rates but cash tistbe paid odUycryofgoods Adyertliing opttrrsta made on liberal wins fe t p JIt1Ma11d re notlons of respect 8 p e r AxocwMzft- oui5y JtfaRislrates t 230 jppuntyOalcers iV- ibutrlrtOfflces 500 i 1000 4 CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH t Bur C 0 Pogn Factor Services every Sjndayat 11 us nod 8 p in Sunday Eeboo at 833 Pravr Keethuc on Wed nrnl litt130 pm METHODIST CHURCH I JtarriBP Atkinson Pastnrj Services on r f inr nd Third Snndaj r In each rrinth fti a m ami 8 p nv tiPRESBYTERIAN CluEd X RE O Law onP torSeiTice3 every 4 if rdj atU am and ptnPDYu Meet- ifOTpcyThnmday night i v 4 CATHOLIC CHURCH jr RevI FItnuesItor Seryic yBVpry j Bodday at 8 and 10 oclock a 1 ServicMJ I ria St Rove same hour i 11 l RATERN7Lb1DS- LODGE JJpririjrflelil ioidge No vcu30 ndMou in cacl ncnth 50f VashlbgtoaRO nhapter Nc 27 tncet orj third Monday fprlnsfleld CoutilI No 52meeta every fourtbMondayht CsiquT or RoNnPMtets oVcrf7 ocond t mnd fourth Monday fv ach month r if KX rs f1UZACAfl5h1OCtS cVery flrat We neaday of each month COJll4tY DIRECTORY y CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begina on the fourth Mn iky In Februaty Hay and October a i CFatteriiidigeSW B Sweeney Commonwealth 4PM Crapli CierJr 15TW S193UPtCOD1IZ2ISSIOUS 11 1 JUARTERLY COURT oarierlffitjourt lIg heM on the third Mon layin January April Jol and October 14 sack VI TBimpson Judn f COUNTY COURT County Court rooels on the fourth Mon y1eaehmonthS t f JacTcW Thomson Jpdge f iIp w F hooker County ClerkJ ct X J iSThurraan Coartr Attorney ir JRSsnlth7a1erS i Al PT Craycrof Bheriff 1 SVRThttrman i HBPowirU Dopntios ir J Gl Masters Moore SorTcyor iI JamwF county W PBnarp Asie s9r UA O Jbput yCR Campbell countyTreasprei A t BPPINGIIELODlRUOTOP r 1oNoePot1ceJnd Joiti race Marshal if 6 Read City Attorney f JUdTICKJOOUHT 1 fovttlcacmirta are held in January April J air nnaOetoberSt Poraonal k 1rum6paJo n t1fcarrcfrencebook to anyr eraon aflllpted with any speck 7 chronic or delicate diseasnj flcnHDr to fr their Address tho leading nhysi- iHkna and ourceons of tho United States Dr Hathaway Co70 Dearborn street t s4bUui n At if TIFTY nOL Ani A WEEK EASILY p JP IADR Ajrents wanted In every Io CUty for Zion WJ J3ryan great and- only book The First Battle Tho bet seller ever produced Agents aro tak 1 tngas many aa 200 orders per week JJe ware of fraudtlent Imitations Send for SS nutflt and lhCRlnVorkat onco W B COHKEY COMPANY Publishers 341 rbrnStroottCblcaJO 1r Dr HoUK Poppermint Chill Tonic cures t ghiih perninuonltv A sub appetizer i Sjoerfcnt blood pjirlfier A completa litronRthoner It will Rive color totho frtce and change th t8aIt complexion to a boautlfhl vi1UO It corrects dls t ordenj the stomach and aid9digoilon xOxprcome nervouR tlcpreHaloii and low t r Psbausled undA siyiIi1t will rebtojre 1fln4Iflg1IthOI5 tolun 5tron bAnd itS opprgchdiiiakeAmno SlUt inUe fur tawsej GU Ulttd ODDMND ENDS OF GOSSIP V L The churches of REV town appear to have become suddenly roused to the fact=which has been plain alT along that this place is badly in need pIa religious revival and meetings will be held by three of the different churches within a short time A series of meetings will begin as has heretofore been announced atf the Presbyterian Church on next Sunday The Baptist will hold or protracted meeting at some early date and Rev Hart field an evangelist of the Christian Church is here to preach for meetings being held attlie Court House It will be so arranged thatnone of ihese meetings will 9ct iut all the good people 10fth town will work together for a revivatbf religious interest arid it isto be hoped that great good will come of their efforts LISLETheLebanon Enter Ma jor Lisle It says Major Lisle the Republican candidate for Circuit Judge is very much exercised over an election story which is being circulated to his detriment It is alleged that fortyeight years ago in Green county the Major got drunk The worst of it is the story has not been denied but as it is not onrecord that he has deviated for fortyeight yeas from tho straightand narrow path from which a man is apt to wriggle when under the influence of the flowing bowl it is probable that most people will forgive this one offence II VOTE ON Itf The voters of ToI w itiSsaid by those in a positioiitp know will be given a chance to vote on the water works question at the regular election in November andT it is to be hoped that if there did live any man within the town limits opposed to the move mgnt he has been compelled gosfry long enough or to toj water far enough to be yinfced by this time that waterworks for Springfield would be a good thing after all It is necessary before the town trus tees are allowed to issue bonds or otherwise incur a debt for the town that a vote of the people shall be taken and it requires a twothirds vote to carry such a proposition A call for such an election will I understand beI issued in time that the vote may be taken on November the sec thelquestionnot yet determined but particu lar pains will betaken this time that everything is done regular ly and according to law has been a DIPXHERIAThere felt in the neighborhood over the threatened outbreak of that dread disease diptheria and the cases which have developed while they are tew and of a mild type are enough to cause alarm among anxious parents It seems that every reasonable precaution has been taken however to provent any further spread ofI the contagion and is to be that there will be no suffering among the little folks nor anxie ty among fond parents thisFor any fellow with a fakirsI get in his work There has scarcely been a day since the snows of last winter that the town has not been canvassed by some peddler book agent or pic ture man This latter individual has been decidedly m evidence and the days during the past summer have been few in deed that have not witnessed the coming and going of the SItomakero1DSI tograph a lifesize crayon por1 t trait of the baby that will be a beauty and a joy forever in the eyes of the family as it hangs the picture on the wall I discussed the subject of the picture man with an observant citizen the other day and at the lowest calculation we estimated that fourIhundredmen to visit this town since March last and the strange thing about it they all seem to do business Where all the moneycomes from with which to pay these fellows and what becomes of all these pictures are quesCiOns which naturally arise and which few can answer powerful dry out DttyuItS was the greeting from nearly every farmer who came to town on last County Court day andif all reports are to be relied on they told tile truth in almost every case There has seldom been a time even in the memory of the oldest linhabitant thatthe county hasbeen so dry There have been times when a drouth has done more damage on account of it coming at a dif ferent time of tho season or at a time to cut short a crop but for one long continued dry spell the present one beats them all Farmers throughout the county are put to a great inconvenience to got water for their stock and are compelled to drive in some instances several miles to water The ground is much too dryjfor plowing and the indications are that wheat planting will bg late pastrueswill ITKCERTAiN The election in- J this county this year is about as uncertain a thing as you could imagine observed an old politician the other day and it is hard telling indeed what the re sult will be Things are so mixed and there has been so many issuer brought up since the last election that it is hard to form any estimate of the vote I am of the opinion that there will be a lot of scratching going on and a general mixing up in the voting The county has always been close you know and it is even chances which way the thing will go Owing to over crowding and bnd cnI Illation tho air of the schoolroom is often close and Impure and teachers and pupils frequently suffer from luig awl throat troubles To all such wo would say try Chninhorlainrt Con tih Remedy Forcoughs colds weak lungs and bronchial troubles no other remedy can compare with it Snys A O Freed Superintendent of School Prairie Depot Ohio Flavins SOUl knowledge of bo cttlraov of Cham j belnlnH Cough comedy I have no heM tation in rerommcndliiK it to nil who cutler from coughs lung troubles otc For sale by Hayd t Robertson Fortune for a Lebanon Man Aspecial from Lebanon savs Capt A Offutt of this place has Just been apprised of a streak of good fortune which will proI bably increase Lis worldly pos sessions considerably A broth er of Mr Offutt whom he hat lost all track of for about thirty years died a few months ago having been killedby a horse HeI left a large landed estate 300 head of horses besides cash notes etc amounting to quite a fortune Be died intestate and the property was placed in the hands of the public administrator The Auditor of the State 01 Oregon set an inquiry on lootI and corresponied with the Auditor of this State who in turn wrote to parties be ring the name of Offutt at Springfield and Uapt Offutt thus learned of the matter He at once wont to Frankfort to investigate and found that tho name and description of the deceased man tallied with that of his longlost brother The latter was a bachelor and somewhat eccentric- Capt Offutt at once communi catedwith another brother who SSl = 1tS5 5z resldesin Missouin anti be ar rived here thtweek accompa nied by his SOT Together the brothers wilt jjp Jtf Oregon and there establish tbq1rclaim to the valuable estate wfiich iswaiVmg for them tCertainly t to suffer with dysporita eonitlpithrj t Oslo k headache- sallow skin and loa of appetite You hard never tiled DeWltti jitle Earl Kiaers for these complaints orjyou would hare been cured They are small plUs but great regulrtors Waters Brdwno WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock secd picraln vnntcdor for sale or exchango inserted in this umn or cniuoE iarmftralUere quested to send in stoCk or crop items foj publication l I have two fineP land China boars B months old for saiefy Tbeyaro from the L L Dorsey hor pf flue Hogs ISAJXH PBATHEB WnUsbarg Ky J r John R Gentry and Robert J low ered the worlds double team record Jost Wednesday on toe track of the- Beirnonl1Dving blob at Philadelphia going the mlle hqpked together In 509AttheeaIe t It of MrKKancy Carpenter tear Perryvllle Saturday the farm was bought by Jeff Powell for 170p Wheat brought 77 l2o sheaf oats SI per 16o hundred corn ilthe field 8140 to iThree repreflentagves of the Japa nese government ar Jn New York and will come toientacky for the purpose of buying about 20 head of our finest thor6ughbred0 for the Japanese Imperial Stud lar1IJ1 t WljLLIAM O REED notninepforother the November ReecJs a was the He hasdone He has of and the be the A delegation from Now York Is to the Lexington trots Oct to 10 to back Ohas Transylvania starter the great mare Bush that took her record of 211 over mile track It strong tip for the rich Kentucky Futurity to bo decided on tho first day of the Lexington big trots Oct to 16 mile tho other in 2H i2j driven by veteran HIck- bktIt Pat Watson 21212 aTrarisylvania worked the Lexington track last Wednesday in 213 last quarter in 30 201 The Transylvania will trotted on Oct tho third day of the Lexington meeting of Oct to 16 Auctioneer Sam M Campbell re ports tho sale of the John Sbewmaker farm made on laht It sold in three lots as fallows 205 acros at 860 per acre to R D Riley 25 acres at to John and acres at to John Shirley ttISCounty court day sales reported to us by del R E Wbaynet auctioneer as follows tOne fat cow S3O steers at per head three steers at 3315 per head two mules 8025 one horse 825 one milch cow 27 one cow 3O and twentytwo head of hogs at 251 per hundred Auctioneer B the stock cow and calf 02725 one cow 1825 and one nulocolt 1 gp gtar Pointer Is still the turf king of the world Having barelyrested from bis great exhibition race in which he the wonderful record of 159 ha add d another star to hla crown IjaSt Saturday at Indianapolis In match race between Star and Joe JPatchfen the foraer won in straightheatd and in the last lowered the worlds race record by half second making the mile in 201 fiat The fastest race record heretofore was 20112 made first by Robert J lasti year and In July of this year Joe Pat chen tIed this time at Oolumbns In race with Star tttAbout twenty five young men representing the best rallies in South Christian county Jtaklng with more or less are arranging go to Florida this fall to engage in the cultivation of the Cuban typos of tobacco which selling at 00 to 60 cents pound says the Hopkinsville Kentuckian The war in Cuba has stopped itS cultivation on island and much ofthe Havana tobacco is being raised in Florida It is said the soil In Florida is well ddapted to its cultivation and If the var In Cubs continues big money can be made in tbis inJustry in Florida There is Nothing so Good Thcro m4bIiigjut as good as Kings New DIM for consamptlon qouGfhs and colds so demand it and nut permit the dealer to sell 700 Momo substitute Bo will not claim there is any JhlnR better but In ordei to make more profit he may claim something else to bejust 09 good You want Dr Kinds Nov JJiacovcry because you knuw it to bd safe andaoliable aud cnaranteed to do good ocinonoy refunded ForccSugha coldf consumption and nil afTectlons of the throat chest and lung there is so good as DrKinga Nw DU covery bottles free wt A lUioertsous drug store Regulrr size Oo nnd ei votes of all Republicans and friends for elec tion Mr young man and born and raised in this county He is son of Thomas W and Marv Mcllvoy Reed following Reed grand fathOreHiirated from Maryland early day and cated present townI Peechland Ky where lived to very age and Ifortunetry Reed educ indusI Centre College Danville Ky and Marys College Leaving latter institution 1891 few months graduation entered upon the study law Hon John Lewis and mitted to 1894 November 1895f elect City Attorney Sprngfleld position still holds has always taken an active part politics and some lard fighting a host friends relatives throughout county ard is making an active canvass and prom i to well with the leaders when the votes counted November second next strong 6 Kernors 4 a t Thorn a 5 worked a day 14 a gait 7 6 i Saturday 82350 Shirley 5 e47031 l are seven 2380 pounds W Spears made sales One 1523 i i made i a Pointer a a Pointer f r them capital to are a that Dr Trial Hnydon Thomas Sr at an IdS near the of he a old Mr was St the in a before he of with W was the bar In he was ed of which he in for his party ses up are on coming half the candidate tho be was nothing quite his ad In Nmv Feed For Cattle Mr Jake Gravas of Chiles burg one of Fayette countys largest land owners and cattle dealers is making a novel experiment in utilizing foxtail and ragweed for cattle feed The two grasses have taken partial possession of several of his pastures and threaten to kill the native blue grass This attempted usurpation caused him to mow the pastures and stack the foxtail weeds etc TheI stacks will be open to the cattle and Mr Graves is of the opinion that they will eat the truck when winter sets 10 Lexington Herald leather Rocky The following stony wed ding announcement appears In- dn Eait Tennessee exchange Married atFHntstone by Rev Windstbne Mr Nehemiah Whitestone and Miss Wilielmina Sandstone both of Limestone This is getting mighty rocky and theres bound to hp a blast ing of these tdnv hearts bo fore many pebbles appear on the connubial baach The grind stone of domestic infelicity waltj sharpen the ax of jjdalousy and discord and sooner Or later one or the other of the pair will rest- beneath a tonbtoae Then lookout fqrbninslone Lexing tQofirloDaut r r 7M ONE MOXTH A The world was bright my heart was l lIghtSAndjjnventranclrijvasmyovrn For my lifes stksjniy street loyod oii Beamed radiantly on me nlona Ono m on lingo Wo walked beside the foaming tldoy And r Tell WlziLeisoiould I rto Where loves confess theanRWbrai uyjes Ono month ago Thoso happy hours ofqoig and hewer Como biicX today nrudilnRly Fort forgot or ejsp cared uotITo t sk she poke so blushingly One month agoS Truth I Ignored she I adored Wtts just a losUyosumnver fetrl jnd that manJIarry thoy ya1otIi arrr v Hadwnattmet my rr now his door llariSaft ir 0 9cmonth ago Paul McKendrick In CoiincrJounnil rl iMcIv From OnrRcgularcorrespondent4 toIyour papersnce the drouth I Ssupposepondent isdead Eeryt1ng around Is varydryS There fs A great deal ofsckness due to the scarItyofi water There has beep one or two cues of diptheria ia the neigh borhoolSMrs Tom Waters 1 visiting hervfather Mr Wai Buckman near Pjenwick The school has been dismissed at Cecilvill on account of their well going dry SMrsvoicing her sisterv Mrs bhana hAn Miss Laura 17heatly entertained a number of lier friends Sunday night Mr Jgck Buckler of St Marys was in oar mldstSundry Miss Etta Hilli visited Prudie Blandfoid Sunday MissI EVALINB Did You Ever Try Elect io bitters aia rcmodv ft ryonr trmblos If not got a bottlu now atd get relief This medicine has been found to bo peculiarly akn tOOtto the relief and cuie of nIl female complaints exerting wonderlul direct Infiuuncofn giving strength and tonesto the orgiins If you have loss ofappetite constipation Jipartacho fainting spells or aro nervous t sleepless excitable melaitcflipllyt or troubled with dizzy ppolla Electric Bit tera is tho medicine you need health and strength aioRUarantecd by its Fifty cents and 100nt Ilayd6n t Hob ertsoua drngitorc t MACKVILLE From Oar negiorrspOzdnt Oh for a rain Sorghum making Is going on at present Everyone is about through cutting corn f TLere are a few cases of dtp theriam our vicinity yet but the scare is about over James Isham is in Louisville this week buying iiis fall stock of Roods Mrs Stanley nof Lcui ville is visi ting relatives nOr thisplaeS Dr Cassell a young physician of Harrodsburg has located here for the practice of his profession Mrs J H Wycoff has been in Louisville for several 1chasiDKRev S W Peoples ftho has been pastor of the Methodist Church at this place for thiee years past will leayein a few davs fur Cam pton j where He takes charge of the Church at that place for the ensuing yearS S G Cult bought several head of cattle from different parties paying 4 cents Mr Dick Shewmaker sold his1 farm of 110 acres to J D Sweet nev last week at 50per aero Messrs Geo Walker and Ru ben Bottom bought of JB Pet er 820 acres of Jnd better known as the S G Foster farm at 16 per acre- Mrs Laura Hiatt dismissed her school last week on account of her Jittle girls illness They Kentucky nfcrrnce- wbichmeit at Jit Steljncr ap pouied Roy JYt Penn So X i 1 t yfZ past of4 M ur h atr this prsse H wi1l arrlvq in o Sfewdays l If Ptrcnjrth Is what Jon yVn you shouhl htiidy wjiui caiwea ynurweak It is practically lack of food Hut youeat three ineril a dar antjall ron can eat t 1ulDe Yt1rbtit do you chIge1t Food uiidigcstodis nut food It not ncurhchhientSIt doatitt create strength 1To dlget your food take bhakor Dr KestlTe Cordial at rnealfe Aftora wlifloln 3oli win digest your fond without K etmuganilhealthy Shaker Digestive Cord ml qnrca inch eestlon nnd UMta eyniptoins such as nausea hoiidacho oruoUtlons pain in tho6tomuchglddlnc fllos3or appetite ate Itmijces yonr fo 1l nourish jou 1Jllf andhoartyiJJrug MOOR SVILLE SSRomOm Special CarrcjpOBdcat The drouth still contiaBwr nige tngtoo 1 cbFarmers are getllnjc out of heart we1 hear bEmexcl f Di 0b lor a rainr Messrs tfas and Tom Corulsh of Cornlsbvllle yisited at Mr i Jeff Smiths last week IMr Joew Shark was aronn last week as assessor iifhlaV others placeSSMr JiUijah Smith leltt ior his Jadmeinjlndiana last Mpr daY It becomes o rSIiQ duty to chrouicle the death of lias I Settlesl w departed jhis life Septs 24th av thirty minntespast eleven tmJQ the forthietU year of his age of consumptipn His funeral was preached by Key Cliff Allan ot jBotVandV MrS ttlaPwas a membei of the Christian Church His remains were interred ia the New Hope BaptiEt cemetery There was an unusuatly large crowd present Peace to h is asbes iMarriEd last Sunday veyo at y oclock Vy Rev B Sale Mr 13las Burkett to Missr Janifi Hoe iS TFJe ceemo rf ssolmn Jzed at the residence or the brides parents Mr and vMrsir Elijah Hooper Alter tbe cere mony a bounteous supper was spread Mes nJoeBashopand IkeSLynch 01 PoTiorwill remov- eetheie1nitt short time as will also a Mrl lI4rdof the same pacet Lookout for another wedding boUn1 Mr I M WXl wai ffijred and refusedto vaccepji clorrHis crcp of eR corn at the shootr 111 Malt Truax and wire and Mrs Mattie Good visited in Syencer ountv last Sundays But little wheat has been sown yet but when It rilns lookout for hustljng Messrs Tom Dogan and fami ly and Ike Wright and family of BlOomfislvsited MrM E Troqtman at Booker last Sun day V OB Halls VeKfltabla Sicilian Hair Ronew or has restored jtray hair to Its original coloranAprevoaled bildnoss In thoua undsof ass It will tlo to you qheFooi off Fif t lfA j says aritaunent English doctor vjj Carry enough poison to infect a house hold In summertime more espec Icily disease germs Jill the air multi tudes are infected fair ill diej multi tudes escape These messengers of tL mischief do noterist for millions Why pot BecausetheyrebelthyandstrOflg- protected u a crocodile is against gun ththive no resistive power to a cough or cold develops into graver disease We hear off catchns disease Why not catch health We can do i 1by always maintaining our healthlJ j ttb weight 2 j a I oF Cod liverrOil iicondensed nourishSmentt 1oC for building up of the system resist the snacks of disease kshould be taken Tnjcubnable dae all summer long by all ftSW vKS R weightu below theI4irsftI rIt lfyou arc Joajjn4iiiyV fl0W4 W Poraa1b71Idreg1tts at e iaasjv itt 4 t J J jj jjjjj r- I r u l 1 tfulIPi11P tj Z1r 4 51PInc EWLEADE1 7 iJ i ir r 1t h r i wc TIB YSLEADER iE L DAVISON JR THUSDAYv SEP 30 i 9f rr r JN pfi JEM ENS i FOliCIUCUiT JUDGE Patteson TVo are Authorised to announce Gaarles Pntcsou of Yayrrtr townty iv cniwUdatoi prCircultirndgeol the Eleventh u battle omposodol Marlon Washington T jJjrand Orcou caantlrasubjoct the pmyNQVOmberltlec Lislei TTu1 l reC viib t ftd acrpptpd the l ft tile R ptd1kinparty rttljif fcitcrtt Courtu ciIplalIfoytho fclflfoof Circuit jniir supporVls r sptctf nlly solicited yJ LISTIEI FOR COUNTY JUDGE MorgannXVodronlilhorlser t6 announce W- tctorgainApdIdatef r CQUltYJUto of WashlnfcnoTV Couhty Joet to the tacUon of the ifcpubllcan party v Hays B I1csmyXorWBii lltnt n County in the Low erITonao of tho Kenlufkv 2I lat rc BubjcctVtothe actlori of ttifl Republican toita V FdK66UNTY ATTORNEY l t T S M yes Democratic nominee for the offlceof tjounty Attorney of Washington county oeniboroectou IStt COLLECTOR Yerkes 6r the DanvilljdisVrict has evMently1 avoidingthe t ing the failhfull The Advocate Bays hThehonorableSecretary- ttf pf tho United States Treasury YerkesoJtbf1sorvfcesiqfn fn this district The list iincludes three tor keepers twelve puagors and seventy five f storekeeHergu gers This ac tilraqf the Secreiary was taken in eSponse to i recent r com mondation by Mr Yerkes that ibafdrce be reduced on account ttit being too large etc As every gentleman relieved is a Democrat with the probabilities oftheir reinstatement very slim i itcanbeeen that Collector Yerkes knows a thing or two atjout rewarding the faithful in bis district He is the first of totinentedbvthe Civil Service IiW I THE yellow lever continues to claitn new victims in the South OIiIy live deaths were reported yesterday bat many new cases- jtoO ttbe deatho were at Mo b1I95ttwo as JMew Orleans and onp at Edwards Six are hopr i lesl7 ill atEdwarJd and almost ihoentIro male portion of the town it stricken There have been 197 cases there to date tWl1tyone being reported yes lerday At New Orleans there afore seventeen new cases and ton at Mobile Suspicious cases ufievsr are reported at Clinton Mis The strict quarantine which is kept at New Orleans and other points is seriously in i fSring with business WHEAT advanced in jmce be cause tbn crop of Europe IndiaJ jand South America dtdDOti come up to the average yield Dont let us make the mlstakeof think iiing uoilar wheata certainty next jp1r and the year after Jv will not pay to go into debt to secure doubleti Ah increased acreage for 1698 rwjseFarmNews It r Louisville aivifyv in the i iotccOtrade continues and ex ftt scenes are enacted daily shortagelu ipeculative buying and at the ams lime speculators and reIIjian liem are realizing llarge pro ti infrfio season = II hISJl jsignationtoj Gov Bradley jas iKypresentalivo from JWashibcr iti cotntyMr MorgC1n IS ufterbBGoiHitx Judges cLair ndrprol3apiy wants to be pre jatctl to take iitrll ho get r b tA f 4 p enough votes it November THE water works question will be submitted to tbe voters of SprirgSeld ID some shape at the November election A call will be madia and the plans outlined a ttJTHE Louisville Dispatch nas shownaD improvement in Its news seryicQ undpr its new man agement Urey Woodson who iis a hustler and a success as 81 newspaper man iis directing tbe business policy of that paper h taREAtt interest has been taken chamIpionsbI Boston and Battimnre The 14tI ter has a shadutbebestof the contest but the Question will not bp settled until seYeral more games are played BENJ F TRACY has been- ominated by th6 Republicans for Mayor of Greater New York A PLOT against the life of the Czar of Russia Has been discovered arrests have been mado BdVLE county will vote on the free tut npike question in Nov eDber v Djliigtjrous Drinkinjr Water D6atbrlntkstnvinipuro water Itbrocda dlBcases otton in epidemic forrm Tho first symptoms Is looseness o the bowels These diseases are checked by traking Folcya Colic Cure Uoydon II Robertson Doiitleld Hl 11895- nrdm silbjectl to cramps and none and have used many lICRfbut find Fo leys Colic Cure beats them all W L YEAIS illiiVdon tRob rtsUn r niSTWQRTnY AND ACTIVE gentlemen r to ravel for responlbleostablisbed bnuso in Kentucky Monthly 06500 and ex pens g PosftiQntcady lleferente 12n cnelopeThetago APPLES SCARCE Lexngton Press Mr Foster Butner the comorission produce merchant Informed a reporter Thursday that there is a great scarcity of apples as well as Cuntryrl various commission houses quct ing fancy Dapples at v25Sbarrel At Christmas last year I was sellitg the same quality at t12ii Advices from all over the country are of a stmrt apple crop and the fruit will be unusually high tha year At St Louis one of the chief markets for apples wholesalers are paying as high as g 2 for fancy apples in the orchard Payettes county produces practically no apples and those tnat an on the market seem of an inferior quality Most of tbe apples sold here are brought from Jessamine county The potato crop is also very small in almost every State At paesent they are selliug bare at 80 cents per bushel nnJ will probably go higher The cah bage crop has bten very mcch iinjured by the drouth and they will go higher than last year Deafness C6unol be Cured by local applications as thoy cannot teach the diseased portion of tho ear There Is only ono way to euro hnjfneW that iIi by constitutional remedies Dedrnc is cdtfsecl by fin Inflamed eon lltloc Or tho lining of thu Eus tachlau Tithe When this tubo vrota flamed yon hare a fumbling sound or iniporfenthcaringond when fLliIn entirely closed deafness in the remit and nnlos tho inCarnation can bd takuft out and this tube restored to itsiiofmal condition hortrlng vIII be destroyoa forever nino cases out of ten are destroyed fry catarrh which In nothing but an Iniicmtrd condi hon of the mucous surfaces We will one hundred dollars for any vase of deafness caused hy cnfarf that can not bo cured bjllaIl8 Cntdfrh Cuao Send for circulars free F J fcllEENEY Co Toledo O arSold by Druggists 75c aiaa lanns nutrxs The man eating fish iwxr excel lence is the great white shark It is otherwise known by the name of man ealer Occasionally specimens are seen on both coasts of tho United customaryhabitat frilfui creature attains a length of ueasly 40 feet and it Is able to swallow a man whole This fact is proved by an experiment which sail bra are fond of making when such beIthrough the distended jaws It Mmlcfbo 1U18n t0410 this however tvh9 the headhaa hcon freshly cut off because under such conditions tire jaws will snap together fiorc ly ngif ofR big shark by the way is A- laisaabhlo owing to tlie dementi t k Ot h i nusenms and curiosity hunters A young sea lion weighing 100 pounds has been otrnd iivtho atoui ach of a white shark Kerio iJach in Boston Transcript It Cured the following story IB told la the DC m0 irs Of Lord Blachford recent tpublished England Mrd = o relationa with Ler maids arcs rich 6he was describing one whd was a breaker of china Atlastehe brokol three things in one day So I said to her You are ill Jane you Want some castor oil1 The maid stared and was astonWhed Your nand s ahakesTan The maid took it as a joke and grinned But when bedtime Came the upper moid was duly sumtInoncd Jane is ill nnd wants somet castor oiL Conic with me and I will give it out for herMrs ap peared at tho bsasldo with a quite Inflexible determination explained that Jane was ill and tUfl Want cup Idr oil and must lako it Sho did take it and no further breakage ou curred Itonct mto iliss Powderpuff must u von very highly colored imagination s aId tho young man with the chrys anthemum in hiscoat Why asked the othej1 one with the geraniumJBecause sho spends much tinie tn making up her mitidDctrolt Free PresisSThe rnco or the Camel As matter of fact uiitl Ju epite ot Its buying curried Mohammed in four leaps from Jerusalem to Mecen oven miles on hour is tho camels limit nor can it maintain this rate over two hours Its usual speed is five miles on hour a slow pace beyond which it is dan gerous to urge ii lest as Asiatica say it might break its heart and die literally On the spot When a camel l is pressed beyond this speed and is sptnt it kneels down and not all tho wolves in Asia will make it budge ngaiik The camel remains wham- S kneels and where it kneels it dies A fire under its nose is useless Times of India A Oold Cot red Diamond Ono of tho most beautiful din monds in Now York is a gold color ed djnmond This iis said to ho a Very rare specimen It iis an African diamond of a beautiful deep color that is almost a bronze or has in it tho warm brown tint of bronze It is very brilliant having rilmcst thQI assertive brillianoy of doOp gold Bel in a bright light Tho diamond belongs to a Maiden lana denier who fays it is probably tho only ono in tho country It weighs six carats And he values it at from 10000 to fl2jOOO The gold color iis very dif ferent from tho yollow dinrnonu which ia considered oil color ir One ofTw BVSIThe biadlcrwao created for ono pUrpose namely a receptacle for the urine and as Sacc it ia not liable to any form of disease czceptby ono of Mo ways The frtlt wayI is from imperfect nctibu of the kidneys Tuo scconl way la from carelies lixal treatment of other dlcnseflIcIIlIciVlFIinb- ealthyuriiio from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of blaildi r tratblev 80 the womb lTko tbe bladder was created for onejiujposo and if not doctored too much i3 not liable to weakness or disonse except in rare cases it1is situated back of and close to tun Wander therefore tsay pain disease or inconronicnro rcahlfdsted In the kidneys bacK bladdlr or urinary oassage is often by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trfniblo of ecrao rt The error is easily made and may beaa easily avoided To find out correctly set your urine asde for twenl vfour hour a sediment or settling indicates kidney art bladder trouble The mud and cxtrurldirmry effect of iJr Kilmer the great klduty and thvunpROotI soon realized Jf you need a fittylandbottle and pamphlet sont free by Mention NBW and send mallI dross to Dr KHmer Co Jf Y Tho proprietos of this paper guarantee the eenninen Is of this offer rPrpteot IUJI lu Zlon wrnliiwntoaryt WoibtnRtnn c tor their lRi prlro c and Ult or two hundred liiTfntons wuuteU A NEW HOOK KXITTINO AND1 CROCHETING or 64 pages over 50 LJC611lHuilIlaco 1141 Milk St Boston Mass mid vll ho sent with aHubscndtlorito that jmpor The Uoruo is n UOpiige monthly tilted with original Htonus literary and do niCMtic topics arid roxhloiiH its deport mont of Inncy Vork is a Hpcrlnl feature nef and original desIgns enili iusua Tlio price of iubscrlption is 60 con In phr year nr d will incluJo ono of tlio o booUf As n Hpccia inducement to trial subMcribora copy of this bonk will bo giver with a months subscription Tho price of book is 25 eon but nO month sub scription and tire book conulilnmltelui be Bontfor Scents Their annual premium list for 18W trill be sent free on applica tion 7- nherlted Blood Taint Here is a case of inherftedblood taint which resulted in what threatened tube youuifeafflicted with a blood diseae is tIle fact that innocent posleHty must suffer The man or woman with the slightest taint f u the blood forces the undesirable leg cy of Impurity upon their children whose veins flow with the impure inher- Itancel which handicaps them in the race bf life No child who has a trace of bad blood predisposedigreatleattions are weak anti cannot withstand the many dangers which beset the path ol childhood Medical statistics show that n majority of lung troubles result directly from Scrofula so that a child afflicted with this disease is likely lo taut a vies t consumptionMr N CS believes SSS is the ouly blood remedy which can b cnny effect whatever upon obstinate ca es He says My threeyearold boy had theworatS Case of Scrofula I ever heard MR W dlXYTOJt Was given many blood rtmedies without relief and treated by the befit doctors wbilelhoweverin curvature of the spinet making him utterly helpless The bail sores on his neck increased in size and were a source of constant pain He was id this pitiful conditior for two years when some one reconi mended SOS stating that it had cured someof the worst cases 0f blood diseases As soon as his system vds under the ef Sect of the medicine the sores began to get better and irl eight days were completely healed Before long he couldi walk on crutches and was improving every day In three mouths he threw aside bis crutches for he had no further use for them the dreadful disoaae had been eliminated entirely from his sys perfcethealtbas no sign of the disease has returned yearsS a real blood remedy and promptly reaches all deepseated end obstinate blood diseases it matters not what dtber treatment hula failed It is the only remedy Vhich acts ou the cor rect principle of forcing the disease from the system and getting rid of it perma neatly SerofuhfTetter and all other boo diseases Itiis Purely Vegetable and is the only remedy guaranteed to contain no potash mercury or other harmful ipincral Books on bldod and skin iliscascswill be mailed freotoanyaddrcsi by theSwift Specific Company 4flantai Georgia Cutting rjounA the oycs should be aVoiuod uniusi yell otc wilting to mrt vounnil a subject for oxperlmentlng ii surgery This is un necessary Suthcr landM ijaglo Eye Salvewlll cure sord eyes giIuunlatod hIts afWr all others hnve fallf l It strengthens weak eyes It Is haraiicsstO ioRfSl WT S OM- JViJ1EttEFOR 20 YEARS Has led rail Worm fternedfei EVERY BOULEGUkaNTEh- SOLD KVERYWI1ERR- rnpr bj RJinRrsCl1 Ie3 ti i and WiliC17 naHis careriathouowithlj21I t uuttraiaLsrtDt 7LT5M P CASTOR A For Infants rind Children fitu j2Uu 7 mr lrniin tVhcn EaJqr xrrt eJoJcrtte eato tatt Coworfx When sue was n Child lbcried toe Castorb When became 1JI she clung to Costorlo Wbca eho had Children she gretbcn Costoria JrUclls Poponniny CatU Tonic id a perfect laxative auiirtal and biped purifier Remo ei BiIiousncBi without purging Cures chills nndrnrkva the complexion good QucraStcl by all dealers Improve your oyest rid ot that niiYlJlauds Erglo Eye satvo lljousftr pf pcuplo who Mrver4ml rucyroHiet loi- dear tho siylit uiiU Uqigtliun jthe wr jSf COLOWAEUCACIESllia- nkiislricciKlshes L xiini Tlchicd Uil Jlilalca pf Our Forcdtherc- lu later days when the colonies had lbcneroluticnjI2 aconsuiuptiouof turkey Thero wero other dainties copsidcred to bo truer than turkey Thoroynl roast goof Was a gr6nt favorite fUn the colonial da 11ca vho prided themselves upon their cookerySEpicures of thb iatderb Bchooi nli know that the delicate flavor of the prizo cahVasback duck is Quo ito the fact that it Foods largely upon juniper beri rica and the wolouial ladies displayed- rare kiiowledgo when they flavored the dressing of the goog6 vith the o berries Another Thanksgiving dish highly prized by colonial epicnrert was hani baked in cider and if the same delicacy were prepared today it might muko the fortune of tome ambitiona chef This is tho way it was dono a hundred ycarJ ugoSWipe a whole bam clean arid put iri a baking pan akin sIde down and ime flesh side sprinkle one lmalf a teaspoonful crch cl itoppcr cloves null spice mid oucquartr of n teaspoonf dmaco and cover nil with a little onion juice Into the bottom of tho pan put a sprig of celery two bay leaves toni a slice qf onien Put a cup of flour in u bowl end add sufficient water to inako paste cover the hum with the pastd cs far dopu od thoskin and then turn into tho pan two quarts of cider Put in hot oven curl ccok for6 hours Wheucookodjj witliien egg sprinkle ftith chopped parsley and bread trumbs sad hake in a hot oven fcr one hour when it will ba ready to servuSau Frnncicco Examiners IDonalll WiU TilA walking by on old grnvoi yard in Abordeonahiro beheld sit ting on n wall nil aged highlander with his bead wrapped up in asliavrl- Dvidontl suffering froth n bad cold GooitmcrninB Donald said ho You seem Id be Buffeting from ft bad boost cotigh Boh sir said the oU man ointing to tho grav ubnt tueroa mony n yin over tliet6 vronld bJ cladtobalk IUow It flapctueJ Why Mr Partly vcn nit oil 2btie 1cp iYbati the matterJ Bicycle But ymi dont ride vrbcci Xo out the other feilotv doestf- liecende Iflatterit tlnchT Millions tat do fence bnf nota cent for tributcNew York Evening World IThey Sever Met A atrt Yes said the tourist ou Lookout mountain to tho stranger who wna sur wafIate troops tada tcmfio engagement here and at ono time during the actlori the entire mountain was in n blaze IIndcedl Tho banks if tho river be llow there wpo liurd wish the dead nail wonndotl and the trees Were shattered and stripped by tho shells AwfulSYou may well say so By the bye where were you at hut timer was in tie battle that you trero speaking cf rrpliett the stranger do zcneyChicago TiaiesHorald roan C040 of VppcadlcitU And wtiata become of Deacon fto ser asked tho gentlrinaa who was vin iting his oldJsonie in the east for thO hdIfhe obliging resident Tho deuce you sayl I thought ho vas too mean to dioj So did most cvcrybodf but his soul got so small it slipped into his vcrml form appendix and killed himDoI- zoit News sM f kIcicDEALER IN BUGGY TOPS WHEELS SSHAFTSSTORM APRONS BUGGY WAON HARNESS SADDLBSPAKM WAGONS MACHINERY 1 A PUIiL STOCK OP- APANOY AND STAPLE GROCERIES JtIkw4R 1riJ WABE- GIAbSWARE J tfj P r JStS i 3 5L i5 n v fl 5 4f GkRNGE S1kL- i i J11 l f rV 4W J fhff OF SUMMER YJ1iObij- + l l jprI- tfi J 1i oiel to iethiM but stobk wiJi i iiiakb skveepibi ff r di cfirf inp tii a1- Siththei f GotiI f sjecitilly Drss3Oa lWalsh Gbbd9 XJfolhiiig and t1bW Shtfest Dress Jtatterhs Wbrlt 5o we sfeli fur 4 i brass Patterns Worth 10 Oo We sell thrO q Gerrnan Organdies 250 Worth 45 i Firm Dr andjesf i5baorth25b Vfti neOrgandj S bc4vorthi6 I2Tlie 4Good t gc fIfriMhS1Stilt t3IOD to 16 0woiil Ip flll lS1 ltOOrChildg 1ujge ritrSiiiiS 1r V a T6cto t50j worth double tngiiey f Men WoiheiaM hildrs toaShoes at prices to stilt the seasfJn tJome id and look at them to wifl tiqlte pubes thafr 1 will sell tne goods j JJr j= y X SS lrvr TO tsPECI1AL PnthjEs o J i1t l TO i 2F 1 i t 0 JJ J it CASH BUrERiv t dr 4J itl rtiSr ar t 1iCall anIs b the beafttifii tbf9n 6IQcI l ii we are giving EKEE to cali buyers r1 IaS i C P ICUNIGIIAM bfcA J a 4 T t r tljS f BrLADON6B IJ IJr r J7VBtJRrflIcsiiBEN t1Ahs4L MfA1jSII f 9 lldrtakers and Jlnet Ditco1Gf COFIi1S CAkETS1S till1Aii r BUBE- 8itit4AtLDS FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered prorLprtv day Sorimight 4 Thbservices of anE1PERJ Rcin MBALMERa I graduate Jrdfa as6bc616f fcnil aiming flae e fieefi engaged fJ It i fe C i t J i1 BURTON C 6aHA N BroiY SPR 6j f ty J 555- xKenthckyI Great JtjjH AT + jiNGTONi f 7f STAkEs 1J 76 000fJ J1f1Es OTOBER5TOi61fiI1o The SfI B JX 1jjf3 ItkaP T eneor i o fe lJlg dt kesdailfrsl A11theSck1brses t i i jiArv Ar tHa1ffar6iI 1J ritii i4 i dEictl Jr l Liratrand baft ffiSV 7 j fr heWids X Gidatesti Mefr tP P JOISTQN IiresIdeIt fl Vi IIOa 1 7tii115i rr 5 3 j7 r w T 4 r hTHE NEWSLEAuEA t it I w h j J P 1 j f IILOU z J T1ADEIt zi45icD liVEHYi TJ fJ SPRINGFIELD KV AI bN r I MF4HV WtDEi1 1 DENTIST ti ifiMU Operates Performed T I TEETil EXTRACTED JPUOUT AiN i 14 IqSprh llcnevoryQl8t Tttirs day a nd Friday oach u onthI 9fPICErOerPCAQ 1 JBom Jft1 j jjl5uurth Ave LontIe i tr = 0 W P NEIKlFK ATTORNEAtLAWFrli IE RINEJIITbI- 1ICEHOURSi2t IJRJ ttiajp rni t E7ER DA-t SPh1NUFffLb- tt iJR I JJ1Hi BORTOHj IRESIE1T bENttST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN j QptdcIri Block ovsr J fi 1a JoIu pore J h sP rnGFlELDKt tOn and Bridge WorK Spsclally rTotter SaItIShcumnqJl Eczema Tho in1enpifching ro1d tting indo ths3iceisth3t11tIv r11ayed i1aing Jhmn flarnfl ie and Ointment IMnhy very I td cases lutw been permanently pnve by it iSiennaliy efficient for itdiiofi piles ItI 1favit remedy fo sore nppks- lc1rn1ped hnnda C1I1Wnit Irct Jt- EBI il duonio sore eyes 23 eta per bps Iat5S conHotThw1erp are 7tat j horse tieasVrhen in bad Jt Tonic ilfrad priGer and rejinflhey ara no food but n trTthe bent In usa to put a Iior 11FrlmocondiUon ico2- ceit peijtupure 1p rc1 eo lolof WIfhiearcM3a9if CAliortlr cir conjiilpiMon forever JtrI C C tIIdriivgtxsrrturicioer fr J H LAMPTON OFliIC J JJ t ocurrerc ow ne a tI A Jlonseltold Necessity fan1tyi h9Ih1 If v Ithotft F1J q2tlc Cure for all bowel confplatiiaA iden uulRobbrll4on iDETuTO11 Vlid Iihave removed my place Of iSftisitess Irota Ma sVfeet to Jtrfo tha oew bullyingJ on Wall gtrttW nelt to the Berry Hotel t 1ep olhlpibut tbc ta nd PUREST liquors anfl dsk a Sharoof yoitroaift Bespeclf ully JOHN F GREENE cw === n = r 4 wju E 4t ip I v oxfi OAIT P4kO LactlI6 llrQrn QJ1lrI 7uhlpt Alt drw5S8larjclilnt ine miiheyr if Iti tllt let cirre 23c JForPolo b11linydon kRobetIon and Waters firotfie y 1eb66IUO ijFg E MQUK BLAOItSMITH i Horseshoeing 4 Carriage Repifintf 4 Jnd General Bltf5ksxxUthihf 5 i SfAll worlc puarapteed to fiive- t t 1 atts1act10 ottUe f1 aSEY bop JSR1NGFIELD fey + r rI Tb Spit avd Tour II9 Anar fTo flntt ttaec ejislly torcrcr to moc atUfuUo lf Iovefl4yLa0r tIIO XoTe JJAC hs wnueror r ttUI1ae woak 14 4ravaIZOOI Curegiwa- OS iIt Ct tlflC tWetAiWre ifc cl1icQ OWO ert urct c jfjtYou Want to SiVE2s1UN E Yi4J o frI M2ELROY 3 8HUL1Zvf l FOR r I GraMle PrfeserVing Kettles Any Si2S Vsiv Brass PreseivingfcICctllesj land Maslin Piesbrvii3g Kettles J Any Kind 7W Fruit Cabs1Watei Cooki 8 Hay iorksj Btiildei s Hard Galvarnzd Sprinlder i warcj tobacco Hoes nniIAgents POI OLD HICkORY WAGONS Seee the ONE MINUTE Ice Cream FreeZer lilTS NO JOKE J ueFlnmeS P2 iwb- M 1Qx1 t ral di 1BOUT TOWN he5ieae burneU and fvarped wIth 5JainThq61bt1t addstcup Oh BoaklngraInAnu jlyo tta a nil a tjlbanelnc Ut tfiiEilB was a4 Dpdldt of stock CountyC AL Ine BChiidls arci closed diplierTHE ladies tit the sbyrorian jhurch Will serve dinner on the t County Court day in October and hisd In beihbdr Tep Sliildrdn of Mr Ledk Tnff ffijfl 8 littld daughter of Mr 9 Colvln are tUd lutest fo devefop d1jIthth1ir j OpR 1 biiuHty xforrosporldQnts t clipflieria6f the county Springyhasl The healthgiviijlg watcr prom the famous spring still flcws ori however THE instrum ntsof the Springfield Brass BjTnd have arrived totheDR F R WILDER Dentist of Lou 3mdwill bo hero necf jwpek Thursday arid Friday on his regular monthly visit THE ladies cottage prder meeting will be Ijbld next Mon dri afternoon at 4 oclock with Mrs C R McElroy Word tftft Prepare Ktiv RAMSA bogiris a series 6f mdotfngs rtt thc Presbyterian 6hur611 ricxt Sunday morning tSvcfrybtfy fs invited to attend tl7ese nieetnigs ONE of thc bfggfrst crowds of Oid year was in tcwp ori County Court day Candidates were framerous and difl gcrmtt lively Rustling REV B P ATKINSON who hasJeen Ihe pastor of the Meth dist clmrch for the past year hits been returned by the Con fdtenc for another term Mis J G MAirsifiELD has opened a large now stock of millinery cloaks arid ladies fur- niShings at tliof McChord RobertSoifold stand REV DAVID HAUTSFIELD Castor pf tKtf Christian church St Wiflisburg is Conducting a Aeries of meetings at the Court- housel this we k Tile mcctrags are well attendee THE nev Iaiimourft cifurcTi in fNelson county will bc dedicated n xt Sunday Qtttdber 3v The itev David Hdrtsfield pastor of the TViJlisburg church win preach tho sermon at 11 0 oc- kJhth 3nor1u1g IJ J1 ON bounty Court day Auction eer W BSpears offered fur sale fdrW it Marks the surviv ing partner Qf Marks Bros a farm containing 215 acres In Nelson county Jury Bros of this coUnty became tile purchas ers at 3000 THE farm of W J Ryan containing 150 acres situated in this county was sold at public auction last Thursday Mr Tohn Ryan wrfs the buydr and the price paid was 2122 per acre iV B Spaars cried th3 sale MR 0EOHGE SUINDLF Aho was well known in Washington co nty having for years run a nyl and flistillery near Glen fille died last week at Taylors yule where he hat been making h s home fell several years jk LAG wuraber of unevcrl failing synungs throughout tho county have gone dry There are only rf few wells iii town with witter aud it iis the dryest time ever Jfoowu S3 says the oldest inhabitant MANSFIELD CLAYBKOOKE ofIand boots at the old stand I jrm erly occupied by McChord Robertson They pH for cash which means low prices TIlE Trafalgar Cigar Company made Ii shipment of 10000 LouIisvil1eTrafalgar Company Is icing a thriving business hi cigars and Bonded Issue is said to be one of the best thade MY lino of frtll find winter mil linery is complete and now ready for inspection Castor Elephant Brouttt netf bIuGaueI all the new shad6s Como and leave your drders Special attention given to mourning ouj fits MRS KATE WILLIAMS DAVE HODBS a yourtg negrq stole frbiS S B Thompsons livery stable last Saturday oa horse belonging to Mr John Hnrd sty arid rode away with it He wmf Capturdd near Bards town where he was put in jail and the hors was returned t6 the owno1Istill continues arid all greenI things are nearly burried upI Stock water is very imany frfrntors having to haul it great distances The Beoch Fork river is said to bo lowor than ever known bytbfcL oldest inhubitautv it being f6rdable dt almost any point along its course Nelson Record THE handsomest team of horses we have sffeil for a long time is that recently purchased by Clements Mayes to be used in busiuesstml L Js it i ur color and bf Norman stock ana were bought ih Louisville The firm has also ortleretl a hand some new hearse to replace the one destroyed by fire last week J A HENDJTENj the popular butcher was robbed of 3450 yesterday niomiug in td vcJry mysterionS manner Mr Hen dren Said that he liad the money in his coat pocket and left his coat hanging inthe shop and thinks that Someone took it therefrom sometime during the day when he was not looking Ho has no idda who could have rbbilLim HON JAMES Rt piNdMA the nominee of the National Demo crats for the office of Clerk of the Court of Appeals spoke to small audience here yoaterday asternoon Mr Hindman is a very forcible speaker and snide a very tine talk on the money tyuedtioh iind politicalkiSues of the day DIED On Friday Sept 24 hen homo in Springfield Ml crtI Wattio Gurry a lingering Hlrieps of cxrasumy lion ihe deceased was the widow of the late James Curry and was ft woman of many ostiumble traits of character She leaves three children Os car Maj and Hattie rue funeral took place at WilHsburg on Saturday annual of thrmeeting ITnT lders of the Peoples InI helpIruosday ofIIted Marion Brady President G C Wharton secretary Geo E Medley freosurer Ditect ors B L Litsoy Sidney Gr one T P bully H B Cre gor T J Graves James Cecil G A Dehooy Thus Duncan Ben Cirmbrun Dr J N BIH hanI Jack W Thompson t1th1Cday for horse stealing and given a sentence of two years Grumes went to a liyerY stable at Lob anon one day last spring and 11andami convibtfon followed Cfumos maaried nit y one of the best tarailies in Washington county Ho was tried on a similar charge at tho last term oT tho WashingS ton Circuit Court but tho juiyj could not agree A PARTY of cigar makers frOu Lebanon1 datne pvor Sunday and havhfg several dtiijks too ninny ahead pioedaltttlo sor ti KiedrowIivho rolls Ute Boftded Issue and other choice baands for theTra falgar Cigar Cojnpariy They abused Kiedrcw uhm rcifuliyi accusing hini of bsirijj a scab Marshal John Grace finally iu terfered inbohalf bf Joe and tho Bonded Issue when qho of the men turned ontue marshtil IJd1 calledlui MiJit Grace i iic I t 1 riSrfifr1S trot hIM u tI id 11ts- sstltt1cviit Ii rcrLrst- tdIthrui i hr J W4 CitCiLed down again The ndluss of the men could not be learned but it is known that they make tho Proctdr Kudtt iilgar It was a fight btweqn Bonded Issue and blo4lorSHORT speeches were made in byMajortaid and Hpn W H Morgan all Republican candidates The houso Afds crowded and tlio Spdakers wore all heartily ap plauded ItwasHh Woodwards first appeardrice asva speaker Washingtondointy good impression by tile few well timed remarks hd made Mr Wo dwird is the Republican nominee fdrt Cdtthithwtlths- Attorney Major Lisle and Mr Morgan are better known here mid they also word givdn a warm welcome Mr Morgan made a few remarks on the A P A question1 srfying that it had been circulated by som of his politi cal enemies that he was in sym pathy with that organization Mr Morgan emphatically disclaimed any sympathy or con nection in any way with the A P A and declared that he counted bri its many frlencls dud votes amrjiig the Catholibs as ahy other candidatd PERS6NWl Will Curry was here from Loulo vile eevarul days last week MisaCora Van Arsdfll tisvidifing relativeS in Hnrrodsburg rMre Bessio Andetonj of Bloom field was here yesterday Sire Mary Hughes of Bloomflold is vlsilidg at Dr naf a Mr and Mrs W K Robertson baveIreturned from a trip to New Jbe Clavbrooke is in Cincinnati toI buy gobda for the new linn of Mansfield Claybroc ke B Lake cargo ont from Louis vile last week to spend several days on business and MSS Liszlo ploasurej Willispendfriends riA II MeChordi returned fejISboIsaiah Praihor one of the ISquire ot tIm Willlsburg neigh borhood was among tho callers at the NEVSLEAI EK office Monday Miss Josio Leo after several months absence has resumed her po cition at Cunningiam Dnncan where sue wit bo ploasoi to seG her many frienda Mr J H Mclntire WhO is about the only sound money Democrat in his end of the county was in town yesterday to hbar Qov Hindmans speech Irr and Mre Hugh McEJlroy of weekINaShjlUloCot fed iti Russell tHo reliable jeweler closed up hid shop yesterda to Fear dov Hindmans speech lIe saya that this was tho first political speech he Juts listened to for twenty years Mro Andrew Cunningham silo startcjd last week with Mr Cuunin1 han and her daughter Miaa Annie to inIserious condition It in wild that Judpo Jack W Thompson has about conoluded ar1 rangomontif to leave pringfleld aritl move vith his famity to IncTianapolis where he will form a business con nactiorf With prominent liyo stock commission firm Bpringffold and Washington countf pepplo wIlt rogrei to lose so good a citiron as Judge Thompaon A party ofyoung folks cbaporoned by Mendames W It Tburman John Simms drove over to nnftI Station on last Tuesday Qh iuJth The following were the young folks of tm plirty U R Thompson B D IT iko James Nook Vlll rind almoir MaHIrof Tarn Hardeity Wiil Clay Eqok6 nd Misses Oarriq Selocraan ZelmaIThprClpson qraycroft e Pooo and Betly Itiflno lt youo vof try 8u horantls fiaele atf e Jof fdiliiig nyo lxhCgrunulntvclUii- sorsorooycBbt ntiybiitd jOh will b Joen t4Itbtccl ndycrtlkor among joui filcriUa ror it DruugMusellli SiCftil prcwiirtioas oftoo praWnt pcat miiicbiefB UpWllt Uttlo Ekrjy lUiern arc very small pius in size but are most ffeotlY inprevontb the most sor1ois lermsof Jrvernnd oiuaoh troubles Tboy1 cUts enM4j4Ion d bieacbci an rage iW thl4ipe i Wal5s e7 lr r 1UII4IIS f i 4- ANDY CATHARTIC mmmmS CyHECOtlSTlPATlOH I t 10 ti Lo IIADSOLUTELY GUtRAIllmED to cure any riitirrr eArttnIh RVCif1STS Ideal Lxatirp nvtr crp or srlpeInzt ruts Iybtor17eIaIIISaaSTEIIUNO rEMEDr 0 Chlcuo JlofltrnI eall orIw Tork ptnco IQ I I WE ABE NO W LOCATED Itf OUR rI i NEWSTORe r dh the righthand COlD i1s y ug ont gjijtofjogf9 We intend to keepone of tHemoff complete stoclc of Genefal t Merchandise fn C ntfal Kehtu bky and will I J guarantee satisfaction to all wfid5favor os withi any pari of ttfeir trade We thank the piitiidjfortfieir past favprsfe and earnestly solicit a 4Sl A DEEP GUt IN J= Nl0eSl will be iiiade for the ba Jailed of season on ally Spring and Summer Dress Goods Clothing and Slices It will pny yon WiitJjiJ BaW gains 7yVf ii 7 r T jjbt vt t i- icCliOrdJoftertsoiiri TEACHER8S WANTED F jOverloOO vac5nciB35e7crSllln3C na icany vacancies as members Meat havemore members BTw jitftStwo plauitve frr rektration one plan OUARAN collcgedaysTBACIHlis1uf IUUAU Sired CsTi Vbonrat niistersint Kidney Tr6iibl Terrible Palnl TUneaatncss ftiid hXcsihcahfwhQD51 M 1S9tI4 years ago a soIthat could not ridq out in a carriage vithbiit giving me great paui ttna ffel lug of uneasiness and restlessnessT also had rlliuniatism all 9ver toy system began the uie of ydfr ICdne 1idBack ache Cure and continued tit fitttil I had taken three bottles with the result d entirely curing mel flTFot wile by Hajflon Pobertwn Hnnnlnj soro irfnolent utceavnnd simlr tar troubles 6en tKoH of ronav iea 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ziotb1- n1tigttcnI iIoI4JtT 1l- IiftiIIXsIflOY 5tjntt cqro rlJllt1U141rlt IM tC 85- 1qouiwhrty tll d l ceni- Guarflfl4i tcbaeui5a21t 11a1crien a tnt k b pdliUf IAn rtt Ererrbody Says So wozaderful1nl t ant nod rerrrsltin to ibo tAsIe ruL geutly IlIldbcvc1s1cIi onHpJlLtoDlatldofttC C toclny 10 WccnLi BoldMd giianinb Ji1 to cur by nil ilrnirUU TilE WODDRS OF 5CIEHCB Lung Troubles and Consiimpi I J tipnCan Be Cured L l Ail Eminent New York Chemist andf Bclcntiat Makes a Prep Offer to Oar feeaders 5t The d tlflsHilihed New York chemist T rBlocum detolinstraUpg hIs discovery of a rein jie andalisolutS cure for consvinp4 tiori Pulinonary Tu crculosls ann all Ibronchial throat lung and chest dies stubborn coughs catarrhal oaectlonffrcn eral decline and weakness loss of flesh and conditions of Waat DAway wDl send THREE PRE BOTTLES all different ot his now discoveries to any afflicted read er the NcwsLciDca writing for themItIlls flew Scicntiflc Treatmenth utf cured thousands reananoritly by Its Umelyl use and Ue considers lt a fcnplo profslonnf duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of bja Infalliblo Kire 4 Science daily daveioi esnew vondccsan this great chemfstpat1cbtJy nt1nr- trr ycarpbh Ftxluccd resUl Sffb ncflcl l to htimaLIty amn be claimedlJnyinodJ- thi gcOiu llIsassetlon thaVg troub Iuandconsumption are curable In BUy CfmaJb is ffmtail by5 heartfelt lottbrtrHUiuue filed Jn hidAraericon and Eur pcahlaboratorlisln thousands from those cured in nil P0f the world Medical cIe1S concede that bronchial chest and Ijnjj tfonblcj lead Jo eonscpiijv 4 loa vJhlcfc unnttcrrnpted means speedy 9 andtcrtaIndeailijfj t r VSprnosafld efreSSft4ltOS taDd UafrepJririUtlnoy tIadyauta o geucrou fiL7pO5l1ion t i iPleaco tell tbey Doctor tint you ahtottornthI zknDL5 tpucqells niSlFC fbObc sizlvoJri trio wor1d1 fn4Cut- sfluiscaSoreaiipius f1icenSalt flho urn IversorosfoLttbsiied h ollbJaJllT orlw 1d nIl jktn cruptlonm and po ltvily urcv Onus or o pay required It ia uttrafilccd to givetpori fctsatisfaction orl qia fanl Adw Prtooc9t WJO lit lJaqOD Itoh crisonaihuigStoro r tPATENT r i OO OOg 8tir DtSIGNS TRADE IKS H xnodc of r6Qjh trlJSKCCHiotJ Uoa1U141O111 rxAMIr4EanaeoJt6a1o1rpatesm f llllYFREE or cHahaw Jnvntora Jn fll1br u tG rUtlu OtflEkFOWLER 1OFUIm YDr ifSollel 4eths s4 Fialijatn1s b Y AVE 9 WASHJMmII toc VhfflhInregLba4eignCbSUa- the i porti onrotnhiar of serious disease Y ot pr lcdorncimionla Inflkmalloiv nftbi bowalayncl marry lIher diangcroiiac1is l ltr slprmJp Chili IretlPm5t taatei like n1wcnily Audrp Itll InWi h f TTT 1 1 4 T i c I c + i J 4 Jf J r t THE NEWSLEADER tIc U1 A a 1IIiIIJt- I r7caWePrcparationr0rAS s1mllaLifl rooirndncguia thSLadt5awIDo1sof IrIS CHILDREN Promotes UigeslfonC rru1 and estcorttalns nelther iressf 4piuuLMorphine nor Minet1NOT1COTIC- OlJr iri Slll r AxJtIII1III MMI4SJ1r 4 I r w et ApcrfectRCiflCdy for Constipa iionSourStomachDiarrtlOCa Worms Convulsions feverish tssmdLosSFSLEEP Yacsimite signature t 0 NEW YORKt r to o 11 old DoSIS ttI MS rxAGT tQPQY wRApR V i Strayed or btolen An interesting and important archaeological discovery yvs re I cently made at Maikop in BUSH sia wbere in a burial mound a great quantity of gold and silver torn ments wura ioundhese 4 trinkets probably belonged to I some Scythian lking and date back centuries before Christ The exalteraent oyer pearls is iincreasing Ground Belena Ark t and so many people are expect t ing to find fortunes in the rivers pantersIapprehend some difficulty in se curing hands for plantation work John R Eichia wellknown fireman of YorkPa swallowed his set of false teeth on Saturday uignt while asleep and almost hoked to death lr Meisen helder yrorkedYall night to re move them bufr tailed and tbe molars are DOW in h stomach Eich does not suffer any incon v JienceI The famous Thad Stevens had acoloreden Washugton named fatUda who ono room 4 ing smashed a large disb at tbo buffett What have you brok en now you damned black idiot exclaimed her master Matilda meakly responded Taintjio forth jcommandment bress de Lawd EvatirnoTardoa yoang widow in the West Indies at the age of live was bitten by a cobra The itepar lvzedhersensory nerVes and the consequence is that she is utterly without the sense of touch She has no idea il ilofpain although every kink of e torture has beeu applied to her She can also swallow deadly 1 harmIGeorgia and Tennessee are in f i dispute over the ownership of CKattanooga The present boundary line places the city in Tennessee but several expert i geographers haye recently found informotion whicn gdes to show V that the boundary line is not properly bcated The facts seem to jqstUy the claim that 1 9 notonly the city of Ohattanoogo but rthe entire mountain district surrounding it is in Georgia For years says Capt a MucKer have roiled more ubbn Ayers Villa than anything olss In the medicine chest to Sregu1atrnybowo1s and those of the i Bfiipacraw jileEojIis aro not severe 1flq their action but do their work thor OuichIY i Tobacco Tn the weakly4vlew of thel I leaf tobacco market which the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse j5JssoCIation issued yesterday an estimate of the Burley crop is ttmade This review is prepared by5Mr Henry Gloyer President ol tbe association a trade au thontyiwhqso responsibility is I universally recognized Mi r Glover also mentions in a gen 4t eral pay the damage by frost He puts tho Burley crop Jlt only5Qjper cent of last years erOpkWhlChWaS Very muchlbe V f i o t v6v 7J9 JO SEE THAT TUE FACSIMILE SIGATURE OF n IS ON TE- WRAPPER OF EVER BOTTLE OF CASTORIAOutorla not aolain bulk Dont to ou anJthiDg else cn te plea oprOmi3e that it just U goo avill nerr p- rp1 QSeo tbt 101 get oABTORI- Anfo ana b tlcutte cf wnptr low the average Though he does tot attempt to fix the pro- pOrtion of frost damage it iis known he estimates that 30 per tent of tbe crop was uncut Mon day and that onethird of this was more oriess frosted Some of this was killed and soma only blackened Tobacco in the low las was generally hilled but thaTon uplands was nnhart The lowland tobacco was the best ofhe crop Some ware- housemen think 40 per cent of the crop was ncnt when tbe frosts came and they say that the whole crop will not exceed 40 per cent The circular re view says Receipts fpr the week have been very sight BurleyWe have had a very active and slTOng market this week showing a considerable degree of excitement Prices have been materially higher for all gcades of Burley the gi eater advance being on grades wl icE have been selling from 6to 1 A week ago we reported the market as showing a decided ad vance but the market this week has been still higher The man ufacturers have been keen competitors against the speculative order3 which are being filled Many of those who bought to bacco duripg tbesummer mouth for resale are new closing out with a handsome f margin of pro fit while others think the itua tion justifies a still further ad vance and are making purchases ior resaleThe ood ram which we hadl hero on the 16th inst did cot prove to be general and the growing crop received but little benefit Added to the unfavor Bole conditions of a long andl very hot dry spell the tobacco has bad to encounter in some sections several killing frosts AS arue the tobacco on the high lands was not damaged but tne low land tobacco in many sections was materially affected and in many cases totally destroyed Recent cool weather conditions have resulted in cut- tinga great deal of tobacco 10 anunrpe condition and lr the best and most extensive in formation which we can gather it would seem that the yield of Burley tobacco this year will be about 50 per cent of last years yield It is noTe difficult to de termine with regard to the yield of the dark crop because of the fact that the weather conditions have varied very much in that section but it is certainly true that the falling off in yield as compared with last year will be great The damage by frost was at first thought not to be urge but samples exhibited on tbe breaks showed that serious in jury had been done Many far mers brougjt in plants which had ben quite killed and which would not pay for cutting A good many men in the trade 11r Glovers Ctimate or ifrIt IEwilli Avos SarsapariHn Is not a secret pre paration Any physician may haVe the formula on application rue secret of ita success as a medicine lies in Its ex traordinary power to dense the blood of Impurities nnd cute the moat deepseated casf s of blooUdlsBayo X arrow Esdnpe The buiUing in which Clar ence Grider resides on the Leb anon pike which leads tp the Pair grounds was destroyed by fire on last Wednesday flight But few of the household effects i were saved and one of Mr Gri ders children was badly burned aoout theleSs his wile was also- bzrnedbut i not seriously The art originated something like this Mr Under who bad just returned froaa his brandy distillery which is near this pla e had taken up the lamp and started for the kitchen while going through a passage way the lamp exploded He attempted tohgbtI the flames but not being succes ful then sought to get hIs wife and children out In the rescue his wife was burned but not Seriously one of her children a boy is badly burned Mr Gri der had oVer sixty dollars in greenback to go up in the flames He olso lost a good deal of brandy at his bounded warehouse which was in connection with the building Campbellsville Times Journal Yellow Jack Killed Cascarets Candy Cathartic kills yellow Jack wherover they fInd him Nmewho takes Cnscareta regularly nnd sys tematically In in danger from tho dread ful disease Cascnretskill yellow fever germs in the bowels anti prevent new ones from brooding lOc 25c 50c all krugglstsYellowFever Germs breed in ti e bowels Kill them and you aro safe from the awful disease Caacar ets destroy tho germs throughout the system and make it impossible for new once to form Cuscareta are the onlyro liable safeguard for vounc and old against Yellow Jack lOc 25c 50c all LEADER 8100 a year FARM FOR SALE Very cheap audreasonablel terms near the town ott Texts 128 acres in good state ot cultivation gocl fences divided in fields 16 ncres creek bottom 35 flares in clover und grass Good common dwelling frame barn everlasting water well and springs good orchard c See it for a bargain Call on J G MANSFIELD Springfield Ky My boy came homo from school one day with his hand badly lacerated and bleeding and suffering great palnr says Air KJ Schall with Meyer Bros Kt Louis Mo I dressed tho wound and applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely All pnln ceased and in a remarkably Kbort time it healed without leaving n scar For wounds sprains swellings and rheumatism I know of no Jiitcliciiio pr prescription equal to ItI cnn ldAI it a housohald necessity The 23 and 50 cent sizes for sale ny Haydon A hobortsou KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Winchester September 133 days Hazel Green September 144 days Glasgow September 151 days Princeton September 303 days Hartford September 303 daps 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COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINK lrviratoscu theHudson New It Save tho Croupy Children SKAVIKW YaWe havo a splendid sale Clmmborhiiiis Cough ruin dt and out customers coining from far nnd near sponk or it in tno highest terirs Many havcsiid that thejr children would have tiled of croup if Chamberlain Cough remedy had not been given- KKLLAJI t OURRBX rbo25and SOc n sizes fur sale by ilaydooit RoborUtin UUtake About Ueart Disease The changes which go to make np goton years making known to the victim and in not a tow owes death occurs suddenly from suet disease without its existence having been suspected On the othpr hand there are persons who think they have heart disease when tho construction of that organ is perfectly healthy They complain of bad feelings iu the cardiac regions palpitation irregular breath ing etc mid such symptoms would naturally suggest di lScln these caset tho trouble is purely nervous in char acter that is the nerves which control the workings of the heart are somewhat deranged and vcr cetornllr this do rangement is the result of dyspeptic trouble Those who exhibit tho signs described should turn their attention to the stomach and try nuel overcome them by careful attention to diet Tho quan tlty of food taken should be no greater than health and strength demand and only substance easily digestible shank withlcoffee cause palpitation of the heart hence their use is forbidden Tobacco also gives rise to tho name symptom Of course this habit and all others which tend to produce nerve weakness should be discontinued Where trouble with the heart is purely functional the rem edy lies with tho victim and by vriso restraint a cure is generally effected In fact medical treatment is rarely needed except it be to tone up the system New York Ledger Th CnlTenal Tatktxs 7nko Is a handy man None handler1 than he Whatever there to do ot pleaSHell do It handsomely Appl paring catting drying Pumpkin crowing doughnut frying Cherry bounce aud cider making Pork and beans 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