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Fi 7 r rt j I i r Ih J 1 4 r2flfe i Y1 r jo i j p rc Its J Y 1 THE NEWS LEADERe i t i Jf Jew sriev iJY SPRINthIELD 0 c WASHtNGTQ COVNTy ItENTUCKY ooronmR 11S91 Nq O4i i POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated tortts mAtI vQnlng strenlb and haIthfu1neu Assures the fooa against Ia and all forms of adulteration ftbn to the cheaper torand EOYALBAK INQ POWDER uO NEW YORK f Local lo Business Notices 10 rants per llaaforiaeJfrst insertionrani 8 cents for wb subsequent Insertion Calls on cfintuMaies and out cz matter 10 coats per line jjob Work b donqa4 rratesi but cash atit be paid on deUrnry of goods C Mve Js g Q fncb III 1ocn lle r Yos 4outusrs and reftnlullocs ot respect 8 tFtiUl i Lz4fl2csr- auny 4g1strate f 10 I fcoimty Officers 000 iDttrttOMces l u CHURCH DIrtECfORy DAmS CHURCH nCO Pugh FMwrrvlces every 5 diynt115I m and Bjip m Sunday ti fchoo at 89 FroW Kectdw onWedX 54n1ghtat73Ofl t METHODIST CHUROIL II 01w Jill AUdnsnn Pastor BwnceS off Itt Fiwt and fhlht Slndaj In each n nth 1amanSpS PRESBYTERIAN GHtfRCtf EevREO Lawson JJ torSetvlce3 8Qldlatl1am anil p ffayjt HeCt f sfoTCT7Thnradaynlsllt i CATHOLIC CllUHCTT Rer F FfiennesyPvrtor ServTcemTMy Si lSuddayat S ant 10 oclock ar Servicel M SCRnsesunISJiO FRKTERNKL ORDERS HisoMCTjontJfr8prlns4 c1d lodge No W aiseU oecond roue In each imnth Washington R O chapter Nc meet flirery third Monday t Sprfngfl d poundi No Mmoets erery fourth Monday KsnouTsor HosppMe U Vfy second SaUt1 fourth Monday In each mimUiJ oufs ctfls 31AcJuRai6ctsc q f J WedncsdarofeacbrnOnthCUI1TY omouirpjpuiiT Circuit Court wgna on ttie foorth ttoa dbytn Sebniary Way end October 5S CEVatterdon Judge IT D 9pcnby ComaipiiiTcalth Attorney P M Campbell Clerk- T W Sinlins Jnst r C trnidS3IOflO s QUARTERLY COURT ijunrterly Court Is teld qn tile third Mon dttVin January AjrU July ned October irk W Thompson Judgrn COUMTTCOUHT Ootnty Cotirt fUQoia on tfio fourth lion V in each month I Jack w Tiomrson iTudrje W F HootterCounty Cleric r iKThnrraanCouiiJtTAttoni yi tR Smith JgteT Jt craycrof sheriff E W wrhurntui J1 B PWln Pcputles El Masters Janios rr More county So rTcyor D Snarp Assessor KANo3 htpnty i A RCUmpball county Treasorn epPIMGFlsLootnIcToS JlCHoe1OlceTudgtt itoi fmeMmba1 WOEed City Attbnjor r r JUbTICH OOUR- TJorflee courts nra held in January April J ulr nod October i Personal- FnBBtf4paKQ medical reference book do any persoo aflllrted with ariyspoch lt 1tiroliloj or delicate diseasp p culiaf to sjjIrex AMrewr tholleading plrysi 4P1an8 iud pnrceons of tbo United States IV Hathaway A Co 70 Dearborn street VCbica o TIFTY IHOLLABS WBMIC EASILY 11 MA OR Agents vrxnted In every lo cality fw IToo W J BryanV xrctit and- nfy bO kThvPir8t hattie The bwt nellcr fiver protlueod Agentiiai talc Ing ns many na fog orders per vroflk Ite r roof frnmrtnieutlmitatlnnR Send for tiutflt and begin work nt nee W n J v ONKRr CQMPAKY Publishers 341 t pear Ixwn Street Chicn rt yf4 7 Vorkliiff WmauiS Homo AasoeiatioiL r IJfitPooria St Chicago i lt rI January 11 V yOur WxrkiiiB Woman Homo Asaort J fian used Jjoloyrf He net nnd Tar six 1tcani ago ant era using It 4jday It Vilias always been a favorite fur while It TJ tasta fis not at all nnpieasant Its affcctf Vory beheflclal H has never yet ciiap polntpd its Wishing you n111K slblo iW s1nitrplyyoqr o iUIi 1lln ttlgr- 1 C aSli ctii CUNNNGNAM 1 a DUNCAN j t ttt p I Wish to call pr attitfon to their Immense stock of goods at TH Efl L1 TEST + 1IV Dti i Jj Ever dffered in this market Compare te following prices with those you have seen elsewhere andlf convince yourself that you will saveJllorY by dealing with us Everything of the latest patterns t DRESS GOODSrAll wool blackand npAllWoolupJillupAnew colors anil effects wth silks velvets and braids to match Ladies dont fail to see this stock of Dress oods j1 WOOLENS Otir stock of Flannels and Woolens of all kinds is complete and prices are the lowest You wilt not lose anytning by coming in undo examiLing these goods for we do not hesitate to say that they are the bestevqr sbown in this town some and see them CLOAKsr CLoAKS CLOAESr Our btock of Cloaks is large and well selected and of the latest styles and very swell Jackets and Capes iinplain cloth Boucle capesSeej y WARMING TIP Candldatesand politics are Beginning Move and- Grow Interesting rfJ H Things are beginning ic warm op a bit politically and the local situation among candidates and politicians is rpwingr a bit inter estingv The campaign commit tees are hard at work and the various candidates are beginning 0 basils In earnest Beginning next week there will be speaking at various places throughout the county by candidates for crfunty sad district offices The Republican candidates W J Lisle J iIWoodrdW H Morgan and J AJQ Nqo will start out together Tuesday the 1 and will speak at the following places in succession Potts ville Mackville Cardwell Sharps viller Brush Grove Mooresville and Prederickstbwn The candidates on the Demo cratic side are equally as much on the alert an1 are doing soma quiet hustling Tbo CampaIg- nC mmittee had announced that Hon 0 J Bronston the free silver orator would speak here on next Monday but it has since been arranged that William J Bryan will speak at Lebanon on tbat date Mr Bronstons ap pointment will be cancelled and a great delegation of Democrats from this county w11l meet bere Monday and go in a body to Leb anon to hOar the great William J The local Democratic campaign committee has iissued cir culars inviting alt good Demo crats of the county to meet ai Springfield onf uday and swe1lI the crowd that tis to go hear the speech of the great free silver advocate A brass band will furnish music and help to keep up enthusiasm Republican candidates for county offices appear to be quite uSlIallh1looks lovely and the goose bangs in mid air Tbe Democratic leaiers appear equally sanguine of success and claim that they will have an easy victory nny of your friends pr people whom vou know of have contracted con tJmp tion pneumonia other fatal diseases liy npfjlrct of simple cola or cough Fbleyfl honey snd Tar a wife sure nnd pleasant ctingU medicine would hnvo navrd tiioih It is Riiornntecd them SpJjl y Hn J on tJ RoJjrleop Jgfag After meats yoff sfmmi1dhavo imf nI feeling of comfort and satisfaction You should iorfeel any special indication that dlgentidh Js gohflan yoU dnS yon have Indlgef1on tvlilch niPans not dTjjestlon This may be the lfinnlng of so many daiiKCfoOs diseases tliat is lipst to taLe fc In lianrfjit onco and rcat It wIth Rftiiker Ig0slVvo Cordial Per yon know that ihrtigeUlori makes polw rf 1itrbtuses PaIn end tdekmf And tlintSliakcr Dlged Ire Cnrdiu holpsrdl p3lion and cures indigestion Shaker DlRCshfo Cordial does Shis by providing the dfgestlvb materials In which the sick fttomxch k wuntinr nalso tones up and Ftrentfthens the digestive organs arid makes them perfectly lieathv This the jirfioitale of its methods of cure as the doctors tvotfH say Sold by drug gists prlco cbnts to I per bottle TEWIIEgS tsoerroNr- im following is the program of tbe Teachers Association to be held at WilliBbnrgf Cctr 16 1897 Welcome Address Ed g a r BurtonResponse M Montgomery RecitationMiss Peail Cirri CO Compulsory Education J H Bwialr BIBinenJortDINNirK The life and aim of the school Mitts Mallie Kavbourne What shall the Teachers readrJ T C Noe Hgp sbal we spend our VII cflotlonsMiss Louisa Saunders Diacrities What ntd Why C H Poage followed by discus sionWhat1s discipline General discussion introduced by ivf D MontgomeryAll and friends of od ucation are invited to be present Come and bring a baskett of din ner and enjoy the day with us Let us make tho day both pleasant and profitable Come promptly Hours from 10 am to4pmC H Poage V Pres Willisburg Mag Dist A few weeks ago tho editor was taken with a very Hovere cold tlut cnnsud him to bo In a most miserable condition It wan undoubtedly a had case of lagrlpp and recognizing It as datrgnrmis ho took immediate stops to bilng nlout a speedy euro From the advert icnvni of Chum lierrninf Couch Hemedy and tho mnny good recommcdnations Includeil therein won cnnrtnrted to make a first trial of to nrcdidnc TtJ say that it vtm antis factory hi Its results In putting It very- mtithy1inded It acted HkoinaRic and the festflt trns a spec Jy and permanent CUtflvSVb havo no hesitancy In recom- mendfnj this exwllent cough renrouy to anyono afflicted with a cough OJ old IlberyIc aate by Haydon Robert uafL t tr Gts andLadies Furnishings egant hnGents White and Fancy Shirts Underwear Cuffs and Cbllars Suspenders Bosiery Olorea We have the newest and NobbIe t and at the same tune the prettiest line of Neck wear la town Bows Club House Puffs and FoarinHands which have again become popular Ladies Underwear Kid Gloves Cushmans Gloves and Mitts The perebr fed R G and G feD Corset None better- f SHOES Ilflff ers Dettman t Co and Mann Bros Une shoes for men We keep constantly on band a full stock of Morey Bros shoes and Stepbe Futney Cos Satin Calf Congress and Bals Plain and Join Toe the test shoeRon earth for 1 25 A full stocHirol Drv Selby Co and Lytle Dana Cos fine shoes for women fand misses pbnl fall to see Stephen Putney j onlji jSCertainly you dnl want toTsUrfof 7itn dyspcpsiiaT constipation siok ficadactle sallow zkln and loss of appetite YoU fiaVe never tIod DeWitts iItt1e fiarlr lUscrs for these complaints of yoU would Have been cured They are slnalJ pills but groat regulrtofs Watek DroWn f V1r17ff GUR FARMERS Polices stock eeed of tnifn wanted of for ralb or oxchntlco inserted in tali umn rItga of cuAlton Fnrmn are ro qncsfcd tot nd in stoct or crop Ilezns far pU1Ucatibrt I haVe a quantity of goorf seed Whealj for sale J T HAftMON t That special sale on Wednesday Waff a warm one An aVerajjo of etdO on seventy six hogsheads makes a new avorago record forthfsyear And dW you ever think for ambmentthat these recordbreakers are becoming qntio numerous offato The Weed t The farhiBrs this year will not be bought liktf cattJej n as heretoforo They have aerate money of thelrown now and the company that thinks it can secure their tobacco nod then make them sell as has been the custom wilf reap its just reward that of fosing tho patronage of every selfres pectins tobacco raiser In KentubkY The Wood f t ftfarlon county is swartal3g with Chfnch bvfjs which arb causing far- merS mllth loss and trouble TheV have destrbved mubh corn and of late they JaVoturnod their afConffon to fne nbrgbura Tfltf cane is covered with myriads of bugs anti some farm ers have abandonodall thughts of grlndingthe cane owing to the liD ffocls t t J W SfcCbrd of Scoft county fast year had tWefVo tfcros in tobacco Efb raised sbvonfeetf Ilogahoadff on thlff field This week ho sold ton hogsheads ofthe rot or8200U4 and will soil the remaining sevon later Alter cuttl ngf his tobactJu last fall he sowed twelve sortS fri wheat and Chreqlied out 450 bushels forty Bushels to the dare for which he rbcoiVeo 8OEx- t J f fAf T R Ohtton who roprosonfa1 the Rico Turner tobacco house tolls as that in fbls county the tobacco crop is 75 percent short of last year This is duo to a shortage fa acreage and a general poor quality because of the drouth He sayS it liff hard to es timate tile price tho present crop will bring on account of the Interior quail ty but that a good article is going to bring a good prloff SarrodHbtfrg Uomourat t t Tbe farmers of Ifelsort county ar6 making preparations for a large crop of wheat this fall Already they have done a good deal of plowing sad as1 eon as it rains they will finish getting ready to stitjo the ground The big price that this cpreal M bringing fff present hl18 enoourl1 ed the fatoera greatly It is evident that wheat next fv fill fit j JiKiJr aptftber f r V 04 wiflbeblg money In raising it for the marketRecord lIt-The ETentuckv breeder of mules is rather elated at present over the pril ces of this class of live stock There Has been an increase in the value of nitiles of more than 25 per cent over tatYGal and thpra ig conadorabla Bpeculation them owing to the t va demntid Mules that Bold last brIngIngBbippfed to Memphis to Do und in improving the levees of the Mississippi to Pennsylvania and West Virginia for service in the coal mines and oven as far as tho island of Jamaoia on the fruit plantations t t t One of the most importsnt things about good farming that most of us nave td learn Isto avoid waste We payaxeaoii land thaEtfe dbttoffonn We only Half cultivate our fields and sn waste bbthland d rabor we leave tf large ptercenfa e pf tile crop in theH field We waste flmb and capftat iff raising Inferior animals we what monbin buying what wb should iso ourselvesf we sSisfe energy In trying to do more than any one man can do right we Waste opportuhitios to JmprbVe oat condition1 by staying aWay from Institutions nod neglecting to road paperft we waste InathbUB and n lfone why and thten1 wtf nl1t ready tofttythat farjningdbntpuy ts51it any Wonder Live Btbclo Jour nal i t Mr J T Atbck thtj otlie1 cal1od the Advocates attenCfon to the fact that DaVo McOloary u ed to groom tfotters and pacors at Cecillan Park having especial charge of the patser Quinetto while ho was the property of G F Cecil N0W AfcCleary iIS the driver of the great Star Pointer and drove that pacer to his rocortI of a mile in 15O ff4 McOfearf Itfa Can1 adian anif drifted1 to Danvllfo after Joo Ray became hood ffainor of the Cecilian stables When Cfofnetto watf fibld to BcBfon patties RfcOIetiry went with the borne and jugged him doting tho greater portion of tire season that See Ray drove hint Iff his rttctsi tIc Clcary Was found tobe sutsh w good matathatbo was promoted5 and he now drives both Cfulnotte antf Star Pointer DanvHle A JVocato Those who bolibvn clffonlc dTarrlivjcn to be Incurable shorild road what Mr 1 Kt OrlHlinm1 of Giwrs Mills Larnns sty on the subject vte T have been a Mitfercr from chronic fflarrhoea over slnrn llo war and have tried alt Kinds of n dfcltro3 for It At last I fotfnd a rom odv tfiat oilbcced a euro and that was ChanfberlHins Colic Cholera end Ulnfr hoes Remtdy This modQiio can ao1 wars depended upon for collo chol ernmnrlJus dvsdntoiy and diarrhoea It is pleasant to tako nnrf never fuiji to effect a cero 2Y and 60 cont slws for sales hayden A UtobortsotJ The Rise fu Tboaccov In view of the remarkable rise in the price of leaf totoneco and thebig crophitage the1 trafle- is cotnpjaring this season with hsin liar DGbf art when 1fj j3 nlj frOt lct d 1ti j S f t ji CLOTHING forMen 2pGood Good suit for a QhUd u t i 7 gQ SiOCfAllwooli5GftBrown4QMent t The good points in our stocl of clothing are too many to name hi this small space Come in and be conVlnced examining this stock yourself J lLv i i Bear in mind we are the Jargest dealers and headquartersfor 4taths1 4 rr Ladies we have the newest tnings in Ginghams for ahjrj whists ffoman Stripe without a doub the prettiest pattern ever shown in this town 1sonleykUI perhaps as much as this SgimerSTbe course of prices baabeen much tbe same both vears1 be4 depressedbelow both witnessing a remarkable advance in theuspwng ancLearly summer The 1887 boom beganl in Apriland culminated fpr a time in the wek ending July 25 The market after ihatwas irreg ular and at times depressed but rallied in September and became stronger and higher than ever in Octobdn but with a legitimate manufacturing demand and less speculation These high prices vealItermined to reduce their acreage jand with the increased buhiesnS of tobacco manufacturer9 was intensified1 b3 the sftyerfr drouth hich kept on through June and JiilyCbitrier Journal The Trttb dcnlcay tV M Repute editor TisfiihVn Ilrhlor1 sOt We wont keep Uotlso without Df Kings New UlfcobVery fof consumption dbUghs mid cdids K porhnentfcd with maHJ1 others but never got tbe true remedy until Wduldd 1Iflgs i bw Dlstbvery Xo oilier rtimlBdy ton talo its piado rat our Iiothn as IItIt liavea ccrtkin antrstii o hro- for chukha cbldsy tvhoapttig cotlgh etc It is Jdo to cxpqrimbnt yufi otlior fbm + edns ovolf they are urgoo oriyoo nr- goodlI Df Kings tfdw nisdovisry they are nut ns good bctaHhu this roniDtiy nat record of cuYda and besides is nhY nrttood1 rt nbrOivfuiis tu satisfy Triali bottles ireo oti Haydon JSTcobeftbon TEXAS rfroto SpoW SorAsjlDaJcSt Kfr D W Whavne and frnnily of Little ftock Ark are tIle guest of Jon pfefbroofte and family The sate of 0r John TJeDoes property near Texas foolif place STat Qet 2d ffousenoTot wen as live stock solfd welt The farm did not sell ft wos btd1 in at 25 per acre DV tfebp and family wilT aiake their future home in Idnvilfpr where the dictor is in tbe drug busing- sJ S Cfaybroo ewasoTTt nome Sunday PAM FOKSArLE A good J ftr m on t ainjr r29 a crea sitnatcfTn the tJtoomuWil pike to mites ftonr 8pffngfiel 3 rfdrsaTe chonp It re tfftjl frnprovVcf wrd go6cY farmfngf fam Fnrultber rrorznnl inn cult nnrnijijrm EIWARibONLt7 fIlIi E1ths nIL r i 1j4 3 1 S1LAlJEDLETfEHS List of letters remaining nn called for in the Springtilld t Post 011109 Oct lv 1897 YJ1iaj Jcalling for please sav i aayr tlsec3 MMary1tothS 4 I Ed Hinderaonv Mary Hyst Manda Laird Lizzie McLacbl1nt MmnieJRicksN Mr SaniJBakerbS Grbrlel Bass Parker Byier Jas COIIDo l i TohnOrooms P M Egell n J 0 Ewin f Atty 01-n JbJIQVGrav andy Bamiitcn Edward b Mte Mssroores G l3V R ESintth t JfJOOiPrjDfEf SStnithl 1 P 11 WaRezeS ff J r trc 8 SeildycttV nddresr tttk fly 8 Ijobftibnv freesamplebpXWalwliPctravlhcflyou oft tUeii ittorltt ilo TheseS jilHs ne easy ill actibn end are particularly otftctivo in tlit cure of con stipatlon1 didt sick liendoclio FoI ma ihrhrnnd liVor fibublea Hley lUVe lieew prof od mvaluhbloj They are stlaranr tbod to bo j rfecTlyfroo from every dO555 lotorlpUs sQbBtflhce and to be purelySVegetable They donot weaken but by giliigtnsse o tlier etomacli nod bowels cryatly itvVIgorntie tih sytem tlVgnUr rftfr 25o per box bOot Knfuby HaYdoii1 dRobertsoibS Weak2LungiS orOI cure wea1 rung You th y1becterbe caug put ldCOfS morbz- ithtiib1etstll1t there Dont stop takfrrg your Scotts Emulsion fnI happeisfo v t Veafc throat a sflgh Ftaclctn coughor some trouble wfth the brondilal tubes summer J the best tint to get rtd of itJf ydiiare l tng fleth there Ir the more need of attention Vtfsikness bout tfic chest and thinness Should iHV f tov get One greatly tricrete the d ofi the other Heat the tn rd tfft cofana strerglh hk ayiteM now Keep tat Scott EmuT1or alIsuiIWecM b7 ailIr11iS F r TTTwgfs 4 tl 5t ji 4S TH N EWSLE ADlft j THE MISLEADER E L DAVIOJR JHURSDAY OCT 7 1897 ANNOUNCEMENTS r Fun CIRCUIT JUDGE Patt son I aWoPatttson of Taylor county a candidate for Circuit Judge ol the Eleventh Judiciall Ijfttrictt composed of Marlon WasbingtOB Taj Inrand Green counties subject to tho action of tho Domooratic party Ifovember Election lW Lisle 77ravlng received and accepted tie i I itnminutloii from the Kopublican party of this Circuit Cotirt Judicial District for tjio olllce of Circuit Court Judge iftUtsupport hi rspctIiilIy so1li1tedf VfJtFOR COUNT JULiGE Morgan LVS Woaro authorbscfV to nhotinW VtJ j tInpgittt ii a candidate for County Judge Ql v h nCl1nty61IJect to tho hcton uf the licpublican party HaysVVV IVo authQfUcd to annoilnoa James il itcpriScutl111ivoir or lcJ1t1ta wo Mtbjifct to the atU nut the Republican lrtyV n I iFOICOUNlY ATTORNEY TS MayesV t Democratic nominee for the bfficirbf r County ttprncy of Vfaahim ton county IoVer orcOCUln 1S87 LO1flSVILLEha3IUUIcjuke a scare over the report that ho statet of Indiana had quarantined against thaV cityi on account of yellow k lever Wlfori the news was son ti tiiha the Governor of lndiaha rfaa IV prcparinR to en fore a quarantine vigorous protest were made by the Mayor and prominent citizens o- fI Louf villo and by Goy Bradley VOn Tuesday a delegation of citizens wentoyer to Indianapolis ard after I interviewing authorities altbat place tha nstjurance was gjuen that no quarantine YOuIdbe erifprcqil ngaint Loui8yillefaDd it was said further that ndnOwaa really inh Vtndetl but that the Board of Health only proposed taking some precautionary mea8uro1 VEJublisnthis ekaCllrrl from Mr J U Mclatire in which L candie date forHepreieutatiYO from Wash 4 inijiDn county Wr Mctntire ex plains his position and platform at length aud inucli letter in his card then we could and wo commend his communication Jto the careful ot our readers 1JerihaI TJIB Arepvdays registrationt itiesof Kentucky began Tues jyho The registration in Louisville whfcte the interest in politics is r k largeJ COURT OF CLAIMS if The WashingtoQ County Court ofOlaIdmet in repulac session Jasl Monday vwlth Judge Jack W v Thompson presiding and the followinK count magistrates f present W P Scruggs Lei Carey John Ilard sty John B Yankey and Ben E Cambron A large list pf claims was allowed and a lot of routine business was disposed of Among the k special business on order was made dtrectipgt the turnpike commissioners to take charge of till the turnpikes in the county with the exception of the Leb f anon and Springfield and the iBirdsltpw pikes and to keep the same W repair as directed the Oounty Court The ccby Willisburg Louisville Cbaplin turnpikes ana the r r Buar Wallow and ParkerSRu pikes lcb have heretofore been1 Mttpt opvas county roads were ifoctedcto be turned over to the dlurqpibo commissioners A new- dllJYziU01 apporlibning the urn ike fund to the yarioqs districts lyaX suggeslc by County Atturney Thurroan and adopted L 4 r The new apportionment makes some changes in the diatribauon + of the twentyhre cents lax giV jog more to some districts and J cutting down others tnd is 1 y thougit wrll be tfioreBatist autory IIoM order was passed to allow F i TjzQ for p iron the well at J2W the Gounty Poprriouse t D4 the Poorhouse 1ieepis toe ailpw edSGO a year for the keeping ot adults and20a yfear each for chiIdreV Tte salaries the countyot officers wAle ailow l forVthB year as usuaiV V v Theio is 1floreVcataIrI ln this section of tho coulItrytu1118U other diseases p fautyears was supposed to no incurable Pot great manyycars pronounced n local disease local remedies a inndlocal treatment pronounced ttnour nbld Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore yep quires cpnstltutlonnlVtreatmont Hai1itPnarrh Cure manufactured by ClieIUlht Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It la taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon fhlt act dlreclij on tho blood nndniucou8 surfaces of the sys om They offer one hundred dolInrH or any o se it fails to dUe tend for testimonials Address Fij J CHENEY CO Toledo O sold ty Ii SHlets 7k f ACARD To thft Voters of AVashingtou County pr5entIIthnojcloubt remember that I was a twoiyearst hvnijTirntvhtThave only em pbaslabd the fact that what 1 countyIofficers is true I Iearaeda lesson when n scboolboy like this tat firstt tn1Inasmucl1c talledI tleaders have in a fit of freozsy and mad rush for the offices t ken the bit in their teeth and r tpngods and newissnes unknown to old landmark Democrats Ic seems right ana proper or some of us to stay home and keep Ibe old house in orderwhile the boys are opt junketing aroqnd aftrr free silver and a good many other free things wtich would I not be best for them if they badI them I know the boys will come backthey are coming back now I dont say that they are running over each other to got back butI they are comng yea coming I thinks wbenflhey find out that Mr Bryan is able to make a liviing without being President of the United States they will Lot have such a profound sympathy for him as the champion of the poor man Boys your kite bad two tails tn LIV1OflS a Populist tall Irom gorernIeveryiofIragProtectionist taU from the East demanding government protect ion for the rich against the poor Mr Bryan himself being frpnl the wild and wooley We3t grab bed tbe big word unlimited fruo silver and away he 11w Well it looked for awhile like you were going to get there sure enough But that big word unlimited although sugar coated with that bappy word we all love so well FREE proved to be too hefty and the thing collapsed Shame on the leaders They called that conglomerated aggregation of odds and ends Democracy Well it was a good vote catcher and that is what they wanted with it I am now going to tell you something of what 1 think about county affairs In the first place I think it would be best to have our county elections disconnect ed from all others inasmuch as we are more directly interested in a pronar management of our county affairs than any other departm nt of govermenh If we can get our counties out of the hands of cliques and clans and keep them out that will knock the props from under ring masters higher up and they will not be able to do as much harm i think the very mud sill of all this rottenness and corruption cOuntytricksters I am not golng to discuss the right or the wrong of free tui n pikes We nave them as a mat tirof fact But I willsay that turnpikeJawicountyiyear not a shovelful of gravel or of melal is put upOAjLJio imds fir sauie I tiputdbe pikes under th county road system cut them into sections oft ne milebr more and appoint good men for over se ers and ajllqt them the hans most canvcnient on each side of bis section That will give nil pf usa chance to work out our road tax If any able bodied man who under the road age ils or refuses to work at least as much as his poll tax I am in favor of not allowing him to vote any county election I think there are m this between 8OO or 1000 delinquents who dont pay oll tax or any other tax Yctlthey are very prominent abut election times I am opposed to- nya stJck law which would de prive The poor of the privilege of grating his stock on tbe high ways of our countyV I said two years ago that we have too many offices in Ken tucky and that the salaries were all too high 1 still think so What with commissiondrsequal izers inspectors weighers Und a host of others Some of them elective and some ppointive and that is what goes with our ttaxes We ought to begin and demand of prospective legisla tors a looking into these things I think there could and should e a good deal of lopping ofT of useless offices and a general re duction in salaries all along the lline Gentlemen the time is too short and I am too busy at home Ito make anything like a canvass you think I am worthy to rep resent you iu the next Legisla are and you waIt to vote for me 1 assure you I will appreci ate it very much You will find my name under Jtffersou and e hickory leaves Idont need the gobbler this time 1and the rooster has gone from home Yours respectfully J H McINTIftE- HARDINS CHEEK October 4 1897 Shall It Be 10 tel Silver men iy yO colditioii Say nr Hut nil who have uRed it whether gold leY81HOIHto nil others as 10 is to Haydon Kobcrtaon JI One of Two WaysIThe bladder was created for ono purpose namely a receptacle fpr tho urine and as suet it is not IHbJo io any form of disease ezcnpt by ono of two ways The Ffrt way kldnera1Tuoi treatment of other CIIII d11lC39C11I Unhealthy urine fromWhcalthy klo1no sI is tile chief cause of bladder trplbles the vrombliko the bladder Was crcateu BoI one pujposo and If not Vlootorqd too is not liable to weakness ordlsatse except iiu rare cases His situated back of and close to the Madder therefore ady pain disease or mconvonienrro manifested the kidneys bacltbladdcr or urinary passage is often by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some s rt The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided To find out correctly sot your uriuo aside for twent rfour hours a sediment or settling indicates kld or j bladder trouble Tho mild andextmcrj dlnary effect of tr Kilmers br impRoot the great kidnty and bladeer remcdyls sOn realized If you need a medicinn you should have the best At druggists fifty and ono dollar You may hove a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent freo by mail Mention NEWSLKADKU and send your ad dress to Dr Khmer Coliinghamton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the cenuinen Is of this offer SPSKWRHWUI91UU t g Protect your Ideao thy may bring you wnUi Write JOHN WenDEltBURN Attr ud Jrht ltJobw tnycaUoI3s for lOaPaunt lLO off r A NEW ROOK KNITTING AND CROCIIKTING of 04 pafjes over original designs illustrated bon tlful med pntteniH shawls hoc Is jackets etc hiw been published by The IJoino Milk St Boston Muss and will Im rent with u tnibscridtiou to that paper The Homo is a Wpago monthly flllnd nith original stonos literary mid do mestic topics nnd fashions Its dcpart moot of Funey ork special feature nOr and original dosignn oacli iaano Tho price of lubxeription is 60 cents pr your aid will include ono of these boors a Bpuclnl IndtlMmcnt to trial subscribers a copv of this hook will bo civen with a 6 inonthft1 subscrijt1on The price of book IsConts but n months sub scrlption and the book combined will bo sent for edits Their annuni premjuni list for will be sent frets on applica lion i Thet t TCrllelKnUe b nunibeifgeneralttention Iflastsent classes It seems that iinr almost every case for whicfl the d6ctorstreat leIrnedphyalclansperitiotJtIluslof the surgeon is recklessly resorted to arciabletakes are too fatal to be indulged jta promiscuously and as so many lives arc naturalforoperations are unnecessary besides being a fearful risk to human life even il successfulIt fact however that all operations arcnot necessary and that tl majority of them are absolutely under taken without the slightest chance oi success The doctors have never been able to cure a blood disease and a sur gical operation is their only method bi treating deepseated caes such as can cer and scrofulous affections Aside from the great danger an operation never did and never will cure cancer as the disease never fails to return Can cer is in the blood and common teaches anyone that no disease senseI tut from the blood Here is a cAse where the pain inflicted on a sixyearold boy was especially cruel and after undergoing the tortures rapIdly279SDodWhen my son Will was six years old a small sore appeared on his lip which did not yield to the usual treattment but before long began to t gave him a great deal of pain and con tinned to spread He was treated bII sverdl good doctors who said he hail cancer and advised that an operation was reluctance we consented and they cut down to the law hone which they scraped The operation was a severe nel but I thought it was the only hope for my boy Before a greatt while the cancer returned and began to grow rapidly gave him many rem edies without relief and finally upon the advice of a friend decided to try SSS Swifts Specific and with the secoxl bottle he began td improve After twenty bottles had been taken the cancer dig appeared entirely and he was cured The cure was a permanent oUt for he is now seventeen years old and has never bad a sign of the dreadful disease to return SSS ia liLt ahead of all othet MOOt remedies because it is the only one which cores deepseated obstinate blood diseases such as Cancer Scrofula Eczema Catarrh RUeumatlsm etc It is the only blocd remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable containing not a particle of mercury potash or othet rfllfleral ingredient which are co injurious td the system SSS is sold by all druggists Books tm Cancer awl Blood Diseases Will be mailed free to any address by tho Swift Specific Company Atlanta Ga Before submit tingtotheVknife try i the only real blood remedy A pain in tho chest la natures warning that pneiiinonla is threatonod DilmpCn CbomberlalnlIjlPUln on fl1ljlowf CASTORIA For Infants and CMIdfea bl eJIfCUtut17cI when Baby was sick we gave her Castorloi When she was a ChIld Jcried tot Cutort When she become Mia she dung to QutoHa fbed the had Qiildreu she piTo them Castorts PA1TS 1i a2 8S Made to tA1wio1 Gems old Clothes cleaned dyedsnd repaired and made t look Iik6 new for a LITTLE MONEY THE TAILOR Main Street next door to Kar ricks Grocery- SPRINGFIELD KY Never Say Die Mrny desperate cases of kidney da eixea pronounced inrurabln have been cured by Fcleya Kidney Cure Many ohyslclans use it For sale by Haydon Jr Itobonson Whiskers that mo pronuitntcly crnV or faded should bo colored to pro 0 r t tho look ofae and Bucklii nntn Dye excels all others in rdlorlnjt or hlaol a3a is = U WORMSWIIITES IlREIIVERMIFIlIE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY OOHLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVERYWKfeKE mputd br Jd1Jn SOs ixcicin co iccs- Au nafalUuv Sgn of Longevu1 iAIi t t along until it terminates under tbo instep far to mini tho lowdr basd of Iifit ilbnotes n sickness at middld ago antI if it terminates in tho hollow of tho foot it moans a short life TliiM line ijf the most interesting ono ort tbo lout Tho experiments that hnvd bean conducted lately have proved this to be nn almost dnfailing read ing of longevity IDomcatlu Bclencc Somo ona has invonted n machine by vhiob a man can hour himself wink Thats good Mr Jones Now iI Lope they got tip ono by which u man enD hear himself snoroChi cago JRecord Infelicitous Candor A certain good minister of Inch nna lost from his flock a prominent parishioner and wishing to have load music at thofaucjal a quartet was summoned When tho time ar j rived for tho singing tho minister announcedIThe Glee ebb will now render a selection Short Stories THE FASHION pure K m black silk grounding art voms niUi lovely Mario Autciaefts r av5nf und aUk finishedV boantif l French cbnJfietf are this ITho h ohC iu inauyof tho design popular in Dresden and thind fcilks loJotIin now Dresden and bonretto effects number of the new mOdified ulcer IA are Blashed shoWIng a uarnni undcrpnff of some fish coytrnstJnfl Jna teriaL The size odd shape of spring bats are considerably reduced but nearly every model is overburdened with a hetew geusotis mass of tflfhniiwtf Vests and walsltfOata are Very gay fbia season andRt ight fioft textured cloth is tery frequently tilled in their making instead of telfett of fcrocade Although there te n slight decrease in tbe width of most of tim starts of util its costamea of wool and silk and wool mixtures the usual width is maintained for dressy ftovns and for spring IEpanleb and flat flaring picfitiS Join lug the broad pompadour yokes and wide collars that ard to be so fashionable will provide the width recently imparted by the volnmiiioud puffed sleeve All styles of fancy laces with hand Boino insertionS to match in St Planen of St Gait made goods will bo used to dnrtnrQtoenmmer silks innsliup erenmia S M KHRRICKDEALER fN BUGGY TOPS WHEEBS CUSHIONS SHAFTS STORM APRONS BUGGY WAUON HARNESS SADDLESPAUM WAGONS MACHINERY A F7LL STOOIQV FANOY AND STAPLE GROCERIESV HARDWARE TIN WARE GLASSWAREi t r V- 4Vik j i rM BURTON BENLAYDON ERw jjIj i f r J M BURTON C0 ii 2 ii j BEN HA tlOK SUMANAQEiiV Cf Undertaktr and Funerall Directors II J COFFINS BtHuAt I VROBES t4LL ttWDS f FULLY EUIiIi answered ji f Calls proinptl day orriighLVV 1 W r J Theservicps of on EXPERjfiNCED MBALMfeR 1lij graduate liorn a cbcol of fcrolaltoifig have w been efcgageoX ii d rit = f Iv j Jii Cfj U M BURT 1 v jAG BrofcK EPRlCDJLDKY 1Ir itKenthcky Gat Tro i d 1 I t VAT LEXINGTON j IH- TAKES I j753bOOTiJRSES s t tl rt rt OCTOBEBr 5 TO1J189t1 1iIi t ci1PThei i f y The 5000 Transylvania1 i Thursday Octcberj r if4r e j ffM c l One or more big stakes dailyi J 1t i J ji tr 4 All the cra kllorsesJ t Haff fare on alli raHrod nc I Literati and his famous 5p bane 4ia JJY The Worlds Greatest Ieetingie P Ii 1OBrON Presidtbt II W WILSON Secretary 1 Tlv1eVAnfichllattmiant is made til n pruo ass invented by JIoibling says the London Casniisf jfor producing nlu cairia from oayin p form absolutely free froni iliort ftrid readily con vertiblo iuto sulphate oDd othur alu roinio salts The clay incorporated with n mixture of equal parts of am mocium and potassium sulplmtps in the proportion of threo molecules of ammonium sulphate fd feucli mote calo of alumina this mixture being pressed into tho form of hollow bricks and heated iu a furnaootd 270 to 280 degrees C Gaseous ammo nia and acid ammonium sulphate aid given off at this temperature while acid potassium sulphate is formed and combines with tho alumina of thu clay to form alum The alum iid leached from the brioks with water find freed from iron by recrystalliza tion and the insoluble silica which remains behind may bo employed in the manufacture of cements By spreading out the powdered alum in I pvertfcnfaj vapOriifromtransferred iuto aluminnj which ro wind tho form of tho original pow A rathcr Antliorlty In Franca A father in France bas full and tiomplato authority over bin ohil dren anti demands strict forms ol respect In FrancO n good son subordinates tbo important nata of i1oUfo td his lathers consent ovon moro tharf Ktf should id some case On tbf1 other hand tho blind and tender desire that all parents with ant oxcoptionhavo ot kooping theli children near thorn of laot leltinu their sdrnj wander nbont tho world or rfslf tho patrimouy of their nn test rs baa brought about a mania for finding cjnploynirint id govern ment offices in preference to ombrao ing n liberal oarecaf The Wholo na lion has the sAinotny aI Bonier and exolusivo tastes Xtia permits fort eignera to bring Prance all that is worst among them vhiW it does not sond her none to seek thugront and good things thorpllrljlybolu Other countries If alifeof perpetual wandering finally becomes useless nnd sterile it is equally trbo that It lt is debilitating ant unwliolcsomoI ftovcr to liavo n Frenchmen dp not fieem to notice thlsTh Bontzpn In Poor Sabttttate Centuryd SfIlYbenrdyolotICCbout1ir lstmanj Qce ot the first things you fihocli r ntiU1edtuiloi t tol think luu1ert u Jsi ariag tllr rotido or not Th a tfi t 0rpvoti3t ltm rylDrfo fjcV U tifr r4habit of sayiifg ilaw and uit was aU tight willie you were iu college but it aiut tho correct thing for a basiuctiVman Cincinnati Enquirer v v r It All Depends flchaabeeu buried au thought for some timeV IJo yon etippose he astcd atlay 1V uthe new woman will ever sit sui tha BuprcJcfe tcn hf t 7 ScItIU rtcnendV she1 replied prompt ly SIioHl uouerVtitI jt so Iougns thJ judges pcnUstUi vrearing gowna1 Chltuicj Pbit i1cuiteu oFlUlure I1 though you stiidyour cUsh rog stoolingSo suit tvIleliflio first doy I pufi ii tnt1d fenlodn i couple OftbU13V held tp my bartender and stole ill itsd l1i 4 e+ chf6folf dislioIiestj t1t donS biiikjr Olev61aiai 2ah1V5 tcnletVIho diffefcnSfc between blfkfrnna white Ringer ia inllis fetciifion OrtnVVVV inoyal of the darK cojbrcd epideiinU Two kinds are frow th same TdIItfrV Ground cinnamon ht 2 been act f r ated with many foreign eabstamceSj but genernly Indian meal w ittfiour u fpea flour are used for jfils rfoscV In the West Indiesied pepper is a faV ToriteTemeay for many ailmemV Inaircases of sore throat it is used as a gar gle while it is regarded also as a spcV itec for scarlet fever and scarlatiniu The taste of pepper is due to ap acritf oil it contains Its odor is of a volatile 3Jil which easily enough escapes Pcppe e itdoracridity of tllsteSt LouIs Globe Democrat NOVELTIES tf Lended Jr evJenceVbn4 t a turnip trade iipveltyiuitromucedi jew f boxes and totherleather goods Numbered with new molds Iu silver vnro is au nfter dinner coffee set tbdp a sbaptndthe DruEcfu Vaflcd It A drugstore of thaprosent cloy1 SAid Mr W a Thompson to sup ply otdliafy demands mast hoop Everyroo nndbtock So also mffst to kept the hun I tionsmndofromthem solid sft ps and dCCOtiQl1S n1mosV vnihout tiuihounfndsotivoprIncIp1cs tho various pupa thoproprhitaryl 4tiples known ns suudrica perfumeti uil ieuu 3W4cs Var1tuto t i If r tVV i iP SLtD I jjjjw T T r r f t 1Ptr = 4rHE NeWS LE DJR i7 l7 r rT 1 V 7 q 4 i THE HEWSLEAMR t TUUUSDAYt L1SIIn VQKKIXQ SRi iELDk Tj 1 r tOCtIIyIAR p ip I 4 L Y- I K RWtDERd DENTIST 1 All Dentil 0iipns Performefl1 TEIH EXTRACTED f M ITUOtlT PAlNvJ1 In Hprlnchsld I evofyJlrRt Tburs X f dayaiid FriUay ttach mouth v cwrjerpotome I Main office bl X Fourth A 1 LoqlsylUo Ky oj F Fr 1 WfNplKIRK ATTORNE AT LAW 1 OFFICE with a C tfcCdomv DRJfEINEHSKfl r r- bPIC HOURS 12 to apyrt 1 EVERY dAY I J SlPIiJNGFIELD KY L rOR J E BURTONI RESlbENT DENil T c JTEETH EXTRACT- EDWITHOUr PAIN iI OFFicRITrga Block ovor MansQpM flouts etoro SPRINGF1IDKY CroSdi and Br1dgg Work Specialty y r fCpltor SaitKhfeum and JEczcina The intense itching aodsmartingincl dent to these diseases is iI1itantln Uaycd it ve ndI MthpplYingChnm1er1alnB bdcaees Jiavabeea ponpanently cur by it itIfp equally lC1cntf 0 itching pileeand fnonto rvucdy for roiQni chapped hands cnilblciriB frot esI and chronic core cyca 25 em per Ijusttpnditiozfe Tonic Wood purifier and Tjfmlfugo They are not food but puVLhorserente mrrjfkaco ZMarnta Tour Uoneln Tllth Cnirartts C1nIIC jstlmcilr euro conallplu Ion fbrercr 10oSe If O C C fall dninrlntx refund JPOIIC XO DR J Ff LAWPTON =OFFICE oven ciarjrr ctKnrci op FIC I cAJlousehold Ncfecssit- IJo i family should b3 wlthoalt Fnloys r Colic Care for all howel CQnipIainta c Havdon and Robertfloiiv REMOVAL I have removed my place of busiLess from Mftin street to karL at the new building on Wall I Htr ecit next to the Berry Hotel to11f j williceep nothing but the BEST ilnd BilREST liquors and ask a share of yoar patronage I 7 Respectfully JOHN GREENE I4 TO CURE AtOLl IN ONE OAY- lrako taxtUlvo Bronib Quiuiiv THlilrts U druggJstS tpfUnd tho money if it fail to cure 2j For efilb by it RpDci job tsnfl tI6ino ahd Waters t Brovr HndonII REUBEN MOCK- BLACKSMITH Horsesfeelng Carriage Repfinfr a iincJGeneral Efiacksiriithing I All work pu8rfanteed to gltfe- Batisfactioh aT the Casey shop SERl GPIELD KY millLMtdSpirlu 1Dtlkd TOlliIJr1 fltl4cdIlnpc1 forcyer to mdgI 7 cilliHHl lt io1 ritof Nor- OIh1 ii1 i jih mak mikmbn hdi dflL3SI Cut aU n t 1tttf alid amvo free MIrC IS ti1rrts7 Ctx Crtttot2ccT for Lj 1 l i jiWE have the ACORN Stoves and Rangess aiidal the ptKer good bties Cull and eo tlineYou must sbe pui Itr j iI ii SCoalr S Cogi Buckets 4 tEit ShovlPes Tongsj ie3xx a i IJyfr 1 fI UILDERS HARDWARE AND PUMPSI lr f po5ie see and Ve will treat you TIfe rifinlus THrf latest inven- tionMELROY HUL12= i Vfi 3ISKSt i fMi JtBOVT TOWN rIFRESH fish and oysters fcan be had Cells on Friday THEladies of the Presbyterian churoli will ser a dinner bft the County Court dny in October and also in November ALL of the schools reopened on Monday the mptheria scare about subsided D1tF K WILDER of Louis vi1lis hero on his regular monthly visit to attend to his patients r LOot at the bigad of Cun ningham Duncan on tlie first page They offer som good bargains in fall goods Go to ThofapsbiI Lake for home grown tlinpthy seed and seed what Seo them when you need col McCHOUD Robertson will have their large stock of fall and winter jackets and capes on sale next week The correstx styles prices that defy competition 1at 4J REv jiY J HARrY who is a well kn Wm evangelist is assist ing the Rev Atkinson in Io1e vival meeting otthe Pleasant Run Church this week THE meetings at the Presby terian Ghurch this week are well attended Dr Ramsay is ing some very interesting ser mons SOME one set fiie to the dry grtiss on Mr Tom Simms place last Sunday afternoon and about fifte n acres of grass and weeds were burned overljefore the fire could be stopped THERE will be protta ted ser vices at ttho Baptist Church next week beginning on Monday night Dr J M Weaver of Louisville will do the preaching The public cordially invited EVERYONE desires to keep in formed on Yukon he Klondyke and Alaskan gold fields SendI lOc for large OOmp ndium 0 vast information1 and big color map to Hamilton Pub Co Indianapolis Ind IGt MRs J G MANSFIELD is in the city this week attendin 1millineryj have the latest novelties in mill inery on exhibition next week Give her a call at the Yellow Front store on Main street MANSFIELD CLAYBROOKE are busy receiving new fall goods Dry Goods clothing huts boots ntd shoes Look fd the Yellofr Front store on maifc street for bargains MAJOR J L WHARTON the Republican nominee for Shouff lifts announced that Ins deputies will be if he is elected W T Campbell P6lttsville district Harry Crume Mooresville Morris Cheatham Willisburg IAND the building boom go mdrrily ou Dr Rmxjhurt hu o t J ZO1 q I JiCOEN PKOVEBB lOt iI r Ms Ki fitlriiiBg what they BlaM att light Especiallyy is this the case with some Stoves The ACORNS however alP 50 perfect that theynycr gtt out oi order morning noon br night and us Oil fi St having preach broken grqpnd for A business house to be built on hig lat ad joining the now wareHpuso of Thompson Lake on Main street It Is sai that the new building will be occupied by a nowgrocfiriiiDvE charged withi stealing Psjjioxse from 6 livery stable in Springfield Was tried l here ednesda before Judge i Goldrick aiid held oyer o Cir cuit Coiiriiu thvsum 3f 200 whiQh hvhs iinablo to furnish Record THE Progressive tChurch Workers peiQtybf the Presby terian Church is preparing for a a musical arid dramatic enter tainment td be given some time next month The ladies of the society will give a County Court Day dinner this monteJ HI SEEN fishin worms uc awl in ut out of do ground to4ay remarked an old negro weather l prophet t dats a shore sign we are gwiiie to have rain bv do full of do moon The full ofr the moon will be on Monday i next and if we dont get relief sppnqrv hergjs hoping that it will come then IsTArrcl horse about IS hands high 7 or 8 years old has a scar on left orrjgljtt thigh knot on left or right apkle Liberal reward for Inforiffatidn leading to his recovery 0 VAN MATTINGLYlBlinco Iv- j t T C NOE has reslgrfed4cs Police Judge for thb town ofI Springfibld and the Board oi Trustees have reqottfmenaed the appointment of Mr W H Baker Mr Baker would a capable officer He is amakeI didate for the position regular election in November THE Lflrud County Hdrald says It is reported at Lexirfg ton that Hon Jdhri W Lewis will be a candidate forthe Re Judgufof Court of Appeals the Ihlrd A pelate district In spector Lestor is already art announced candidate and it is generally believed will give the vbryldoes not defeat him nomiIvClerk of the Court of Appeals and Hon Jas G halley Repub rican nominee for the same of fice will Meet in j irint debate at tIC Court House Springfield on Saturday Oct 16at 1 pm The jgentlemert deslro it anj nVunipexl that both Mr Hindman rfnd Mr Siiacklqtoid are invited iiithe dOtiife ndt4 ttlf rrtdivih df tithe will be gr ned Lo either or botH ONE tit the most ingdnoiis as well as seful inventions we have ever seen is being exhibited MrIBi tz ii i r 1JGraniteware Japanned Ware Tinwre i J1 Galvanized Iron TUbs Bil kts td- l right Hetttei i S J Johnson combination wrench and is sixteen useful cols in one The tgol recom hands itself especially to farmers and mechanics and is well worth the selling price VIr Snort will be here for some tine He is selling county rights and offers a good thing to the right kind of a itan rj FATHER RYAN DEAD Fattier Alpysijs Ryan pastor qf St Rose fchurch dldd very suddenly Tuesday1 evei ing atri 10 oclock of heart JCailurti The news of his suddcii deatU iad 6 shock to his congregation and tlje com munity as he was thought to be iiI the beet of health The deqease4 w 36 years old and had been otjSt Rosefor quite a number ofyears The t funeral will take place at St Pose this mornUg WE were aroused Iron tle db j p livion of profound Dumber lasfc Monday night to that state of repose wherein dreams are morE vivid and imagiued ourselves listening to n concert from Gil more or Cappas once famous band when ivo wore suddenly aroused to dwe wove llisten ing to the sop Istirring strains of Marching Through Georgia as rendered by the Springfield brass band The boys were out on a serenading tour and wo thonksboYsI HoususRthirty or thirtyfive years ago pluggeddnce and found to be nearly full duyI water The hole is five inches in diameter and abouta hundred ieet deep All the viator was dipped out and there is talk of IJoleIwater Something should be sprung on a suffering public hereabout to bring us water but we rather favor springing the question offbuildlng a watcr works system POLK GIBBS who lives in the Jnorthern part cIf the country has a novel and effective but withal a rather expensive way oft collecting his debts He had a dispute with a neighbor Gray by name over a FrankI ofIi1 nt1andwhich lid declared was good at two hundred yards range ancll told Gray td fork over the bal ance Gray seeing no other al ternative ptoWptljT produced but later on had tho collector arrested The jiiry in the caso which was tried on Tuesday caught Mr Gibbs fora fine of 50 with the trimmings t ontIEarly frjj orp very small pills htsbe but arq roqit effective fn firnntln the most sorlQijs ttOubJIitJ2ofIJ ttiowiatnrowPe c k pjjt r 4 PERS6NJL Dick ro1Vn was lIt Louisville the first of thq week +o ft McQili takIng iniho eights tth Nashville exposition this week Thoq DoM tnughUn 1if taklhg In hegreat trotting races at Lexington this week Ii lr Misa Bettle Irvine Is In Lebdnon where she was called by the illness of her brother Dr William LeroyDunn of Aahe villeN 0 was iu the city the first of the week Miss Kate Hundley left on Monday for Lexington wh re she will visit friends and Relatives Henry Jones ihero train Louis yule on a visit to his aunt Mrs S B Thompson Mr Andrew Cunningham went down to Louisville Sunday to see Mrs Ounningham who is at St Josephs Infirmary Mr and Mr JJ McCabe left Monday for n trip to Lexington and Winchester Mrs McOabe to visit 4inttothe Blue Grass Capital Miss Bottle Irvine gave an At Romeon last Friday evening at which were gathered the many friends of the young lls1y in and abou Springfield Tii evening at the McElroy home was delightfully spent and overy moment was a pleasant one to all who were present Amon those who went to Louis yoreJoland Clark Craycroft Walton Leach nranJas R Noe Byon Park J J McCabe Tho McLaughlic hasGrwejie Harry Shader 7llSwacey Hagan and others toO numpropsjxj mention There wero 4haU iiiEly eight tickets sold from here to Louio rule NELSON NOTES t From the llecord John Rhea speak at Bards town Monday October li Salt iver is said to be blower now thin has ever bsen kndwp before Parties wbowent dbwn on the jpxcursiouy Sunday ratfjort the bed of that classic stream ag looking like a turnpike jn mid sUlwarThete is not c drop of- watorvisible as hat as the eyo can reach apor down stream At a sale of mules belopging to Mr Basil Haydep at his farm near Maud last Saturday J T Eddlemiri auctioneer reports a small crowd present but bidding very lively Fortyfive worK mules wer sold at prices rang ing from tO toS119 Mr Guth rie VVilsoa an experienced trad er and farmer pronounces this the best Eak he has attended since the Hillary Bell several years ago Dr Barnes manufacturer and vender of the famous Barefoot Liniment Jis in trouble He ap plied some iubinrorparJrs to Mrs Jsaac Hall last Thursday rapd a warrant was issatjd for his aireet He is now in jajl and his examining tnaj JviIL take place tefpretude jjhpjnas today TbOivpartfas all live near Samuela Depot IAn excursion train was srun from Springfield to Louisville la tSupduy The four poaches wore crowded to th eir utmost capacity standing room eing at a premium Jis said that thieves at the J and rf reaped a rich bjiryegt of bats Tbilq the excur sioniots were waiting for the lrIn to start onits trip this way Sfevocal from Bardsto n jeturn ed homo minus their headgear Ley 7 Weatherford was trlel befoe Judge Tnotnas yesterday morning on tho charge oj br alt ing into the L atd No depol here last Thurtday morning Be was held Qv ttQ CigpJ Cpurt and bond etlat t2aO Being un vole to give bail he was WIBeckhamfondant During thetnal of the negro Marshal Werrell was called to the telopbqpe by an pfficlal pf B9yle county jBod In fprmed hin tljat 3 Qplpt6a man answpring Weatberfordp ae criptfoti vas wanted for robbing a store In PoyIe county1 pnie time ago As a eanof idenMi tication ho stated tp Mr 7arrell that the man waoted for bur glarly had L W11 tattpodd on bisarm An examjnatioia showed that VYeath0rfordf3 gjjm bore the chafacters described randwhon Sefspn coun4ty gis hrough with the negro Bojjo wHl aldo likely give him a tWIstV Weatberford is evidently anoldJ oft ndojrAnd his art9sL may o rpgarded as a iImfurLun1ona I fII i vL l ta sj p ANDY CATHARTIC tAwtCURLCOtISTIPATIOH 10 4 u2+ DRUGGtSFS SObb1JARm1IDtlfp fCSIIOrCOUU ufueAtttuiltkeldIIILau ptnrilHtr cripW eU7 wtDwl malli fiara pie ud boktet free sTEnucn BE31Ent tOs2ICuoll2tnal Cm or Tort aiTfi IIeDc ms 0 LflTOT FULL NOVELTIES2 if tI il fAf cAtrl E SEEN T IcCiiord S RoftertstfSStV ta I iu i Id Dress Goods Dies ttiiiimings fref i 1 Eeaflymade Dress Sfeirts J Ladies and Misses ftvi Tiiilinfd rlatsVCorsets Kid t 316Xesv irtiHosieryt t It 1 a We show the largest stock of Shoes of ny town in the tDteta d 0ir yr prices r atp J rignt An j i of our sd4cIio1icted Vp1icic Aala- lMCCI1O1ICI a- lr 1 8i Rob rtiori l I TIYMCHERS WANTED i l fI rivCaranekiicvrnI times s 1anici1friE s88 mcznbprs Must have mara mcxnber heAI pfth3lttvo pIDdavermti istratlii one plan GUARANl TEES s1tfon3 cent pay for br ok coqtainirg plans and af500 love dory college 4 t day1f Ko dbarg t tswjiiljyers for recommin llng tcacbers OUTMIBW aclin3 Ur IKKT nR4 rfTJtrrrns A j itII i tTtP3zsM4 Ktr dIIIQa r BUUU 6571brarbon 4 o lhcago In 1 Northern vacancies Chlcdgo offlce BoUthera vacancies tioulsvUle offlpji One refiisterf tin both offices t f 51 i KidneyTroub1eerrTh1t tI W1c11n ip5wooDb 4cI CASSADA N Y June 30 iSgi JDr ryDeark1dnettroub1andbackachebadahat Itjrasso lacarriagi without giving me reat pain atROrvlsI ingof uneasf pss and restlessness L also had Rheumatism all over my systzn Lbegari the ustof your liidney and cfc 1 ache Cure anEj continued lLuntil i1fca4 l taken irhtteS with the result d entirely curing me t jjpErFor sri by Ifaydontt Iobart Running eores Innbjent utceacrapd simi tar troubles even thonph of mony years standing may be cured byusing DajyStta Wltab HaselBalvox 1ttsoothesstiengtbs ani heals It U ttogreat pile c Waters Browne 4 jt t w df tlipi tlpa toJ5ubp qrile for the JS EWS LBADER only 1a year fIFor steThI JUctntbt iVI riuIJ1ed- with n por stmt humor on vay head wUlcb cavaDifr cnztsidorkIloitflflflTElUc- OutjU It oconrrcd in moVi ift AerM lair Vlfror Booro ns1nrfonofo ttle the humor hOite1t T Aflams Gon end Merchant TurbovlHo Va 4 viusdeipii Jtn Malprop There is a laIrs Malnprop living tip town whose queer blunders Jn hcrcv orylay talk would fill gooJized voli uraor bUd most Of them are tunny eoough to deserve publication She was tolling A 1JoJJbbcr the other day abbut a iriciidrof hers vhphad bought a bfc ohj Ho WenVfind bought the thing said sheHfpr 15 iuld yihvd be went Qut to ride it the flrSt thlns youknov icfell apart Why cm 3PttvB9kVce I ta Lumaiidgct jigqqwboeI ftud paj for iU on tho EuropcatfphuiV testw day she went ov stoiAoighborjibons9 for n recipo or mayonwaiw Brewing She Did1Bow dyo fl6Mt9 mJth I Yantt9 snake h1ckod tUtO1itjl 1J and I thought Id gel you to B a rcoipo11 pronounoiug it in two BjlJA ny sfor Woynmensing drosslu fjuat wtnttrher hou caught fire on was slightly damaged To hrrfriends 1OdbyoppositeLej hottco She and hon cronies ttcxo discussing thft affair tictoa tho backfeucov 1 didnt know tfi o6 11 up accident at all till 1 heard the Inuchoacomiu doAvnthe Btrcotntiugin- thu Jboll 8ho also told Mrs Smith oiio day4bn be bnatcoo iUbC paper thai wJUt jSrnVo coed uncc pleUw poUou i t 4H y 1 2 p oa If your Child is t nny fretful troubled J with plnndnlar swelllnRs inflamed eye jr or jwes on the beau face or bodyr i course Qf AVers Sanwiparilla is needM to expel scrofulous lidtnors srom thef 1 fblood 3 lie sooner you begin giving the medicine the better oJYllrTbodl Sat So Caraarcts Candy Cathartic the most won derfnl nicdlcal disroxenrVf l Uio ago peas ant und refreshing to Ihp taatc art SCDUYwand itoaitlrelyon kidneys liveiiiuaiHjrrcU nalnJUo entire sratcin dis cl coMe cam licfulnclio fcrrr ImUtnal ronstliiition tand hlllouenea PJen o buy and try a boxo fj ftorJcc1nxLioaoptJI bodndu niltArdto aurAlly nlfilrivgfstsl THE TffOSDDRS OF SCIEHCE r Lung iQUbleS qnd Co sump tlph Can Be Cured r An dh nbNwYork hinn1 arid Bcieatiit aiake i Prfir Offer to out y Oeder Thodfatlfigulsbcd Now Yorfj chemist T A Slocula demoiwtrttlrgWs oJscovibryof a roliaWeandabSolutiS curs j l ot mrt lion Pulmonary Tuerculosli ann all bronchial lthtOOt lung hnd qneSfdlseases stubborn ctiughit cutarrliai affectfonspen xal4eclInb and weakness los Ilish and conditions of ttasftng akvVVrflf7send THftEfi i3PE BOTTLBS JoUHllffereat ofhlne1 Tysco terlell aoyafltctfedteadi ter tUo kwsLziD2wBtJnglf the His New Bclontmq TrehtdienV baa cOred thousands perniatiently iby ihi tinely ule1ud iA considers Ittf simple rtif em ionaldoly to sulfering hUnlanlty to doaUte fatrtalOth lfcilltbto cute t Scjeilee daJfyidbvel6pdstidwtJpntJefrsand thltf jrreat ctemUt1 paticntlyeiperlmpritulr l Zor yqars taspfodaced resnlabencflcial V iaiiumaalty ns fehn bexlaimed1 by ariy mod errrijeiiius His assertion thStlung troub Ifannd consumpUpVare ct1rhb1e1lauyJ climate Iii proretf d hoaWfeit letters pf gfl1tUut1 i1IodtnbiAniBrICsa sad Euro Pun laBoratbrfcafintlSDUsanai1 from thnsu cuJtAilii1sotth world t itsdiSali ptllr OJncedeinafeBronchbl IchestanoUQg troublealfad to iffonsBinpi Uon wWbh jonlurerrupted means speedy andirtn2nt1eathL 14BimpWvsiteHo A glocum M Gga Pine atteetb Npfr York jjlving0 post office1 afld ajcptws aadressraid this free medidae wilt be prothtlyaeet Lf8aftlferS ould take instant adnnthi of this generous pryposWoB J t v J Feaio teltWiV Dbitot hnt you wwjfl offer In the xvLrAna t kiC1 8ArncaSalT 11 Thebcit tlJln the world fJr utssJ nrnfsPr1orIz mcoU1cdt8lf niif ulm versnre8qottftllhap1cd n 4A ColUIatnscorrift and all tfkin crnpllons undo toItIvuty euros Tileir br no pay roqulredk U guaranteed to give per 3c fdtet IfucUon or t ViFd irPrjCO25ceTts per box at llavdon Hub crtsonwDriigStore r 4PkTENTS I 8 E GN AD MA K ti pniiht ICFXAA3INEtd Deport as p f ebUUrFEEflCHpJGt InieRIQII e4OiluF oto t3GCil1U4rlJIClt EL OFAIR EllFOl R It trfAlD J rII f r 11U1trlJl II6TL I e it r oIltrI J ri-r F 7 7It 5L+ J j f f i I J tJ THE NEWSLEADER h M 2 8f Yfp- ft t l i LETTERiI i f Y rj WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE ANDwt I1DR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts samor1 t now pn every wreppej4c t p used in the homes of tfidl mothers of America for over thirty 1 y years LOOK CAREFULLY at Ifa wrapper and see that it is r tKtirkind you have always Bought 7J on the the wraptt cept The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is T PresidentI March 8t J897 c244444L- t TKc rt 1 ccirrAuiicoMMMYTTMimiuv tracer Yoscim 1 C I GOLfiiv VKV Jn t Oran Game Eta Just UM t pOnly Game J Tbnt ovening whilo Wilkinson roa smoking a pipo in his garden cf and trying tovralern great oak with n half mob hoso emitting a quarter I J irt of a pint in five minutes Peter Mo- I Ii Conrock looked over the fence and passed the time of day YeJl bave a club here of courserteked Peter 6hT fatber replied Wilkinson capitaliiLsclub a river club jidZl a bicycle club anr But Wilkinson drew np suddenly thrown on his haunches for the fcraycyoof Peter McOonrock xvhioh Bbonld have been ablaze with cutliu Biastib interest was palo with a t nwtt the club he aqked Whyriribro 4I Tras not asking about these onrockIWheres yer golf o nbJ t Eh Ohwhywo haventer jcactly any golf club IKat is not jo tyet Is it a good eortof game fiwa loo Wilkinson TPoterMooked him all over very overIVery slofly thou Wilkinsons gar den then Wilkinsons house right c np to the topoftbo new Loavre pot Ihen repeating very slowly uES1 ctzigooasorrtfgame ho iurngd away and disappeared into i ift drawing room I jar days after that poor Wilkin oakLfurtive glances atv the MoQourook tapping the little whito ball into the Jittlo holo in tho lawn and at times Jbo could jjcrceivo with tbo tail of i his eye Peter McQonrocfc eying him over or portions of his property and nt times ho could hear the mutteredor wordsEU et a good sorrt of game At longth Wilkinson made a hero do effort to put matters on a less painful looting Ho looked over the fence at Peter vliovas doing some thing to a golf jrcir with a file and 4 4saidcheerfully but with a dreadful nervousness Within 4 Jf Jt er when you could sparo faIffyon Ten minutes ya say said playI teri using that horrid eye of IUVo11we11 of course I donb inean to say I could learn in ten minutes ba ha ridiculous of ButSjt youd kindly touch me the trokdi t PERSONALITIES 1t A Callaway cf Wilkes county Ga wall have a son and Koniulaw in the next Georgia legislature- VWnlterIOainpbelJ the Democrat III nominee for probate judge of Mahoning county O has been totally blind since boyliocd The Rev William Cullan Hicks a widely known revivalist of Kentucky iur4tt msIThe Strand Mnsicul l Mn says t omposerIthat publishDr P yenta an Italian crlminolo igist has discovered that criminal do i HIibeing common among convicts f When Sir William Harcourt resigned his asorder to enter upon political life he nvas earning 14000 a year His min i f isterial salary for 2 years is put at E1 45000 receivesIt year as postmistrcsa Jn Gibraltar Tho Gibraltar mail can 0 hot bo very heavy for Miss Crosswoll ut tbo eomo time acts as superintendent f r ojt all thp postofflces on the north Afri r 4 C iincoasbILpnlGretard has settled for 18000 a suit which hp hasl been flghtingfor nine jcars against the London and North western Railway company about somo land of his that was taken and for AvbichOie neketl 1800000 His COBb t jOro probably 80COO k C Probably tho last snrivpr of tho men t j 1 whofongbiin the July revolution of i 1830 11 Pierre Lonrdcrcao 02 rearot age reeputly made his annual pil- griinag6i6S tha Column of July in the 7irrQDdchU4rCpoJ Ir I IAllo so I of Castilo was sur Darnell thrj Avenger He was never J11nt forget or forgive an to jury r tiji+ F i t fo t i t t 1 a rfrw Dying ConfeulunifAlthough tbo public seldom hoars them dying confesaicna of the most strange and startling obaraoter aro often made by our patients said one of the hcfld nurses of a great London hospital I have known many cases in which men and women apparently pnupershavo at the last extremity informed us that they belongod to ich and aristocratio families and havo requested us to communicate withttboir relatives What do you think ofn miserable faded old woo man brought froth ono of the most poverty strickcn streets in London turning out to be the sister of n marquis Only a few month ago a man was brought hero from a wretched lodgingl tbe complaint from which ho was Buffering being greatly ag gravated by starvation When told he could not livo ho made a will bequeathing something liko 30 000 He was an oxfollow of ono of tbo colleges of Cambridge univcr fiity Not long before a man bad died elyingIEnglish army and bad been ono ot the generals of Don Carlos of Spain Jn cco case a man who laid been tried and acquitted of murder many years ago confessed that ho was aft er all the guilty man It T VtW SArtiflelAl Bird In very early times men began tc experiment with a view to making artificial birds and animals that would imitate tbo motions of living creatures and if we are to believe the records Bomo of tbo artists in that line wero remarkably success ful Arobytas of Tarontum who lived in the year 400 B C constructed an artificial pigeon that could fly but which was not able to resume its flight after once alighting John fuller a German of great mechanical skill constructed an artificial eagle which on the entry of Emperor Maximilian into Nurem berg flew out to moot him and re turning alighted on the city guts to await bJ3a pronch The wonderful artifioial nok made by Vancansozj has been described in Notes For tbo Curions sinco tha opening of the present yStLo- uis Republic Reindeer For Alaska 1In northem and central Aliiatti there are at a moderate estimate 400000 equare miles unudapted to agriculture And cattle grazing but covered with tundra a long fibrous white moss Cit donin rangiferina which is the natur food of the rcindetr This area would be capable of supporting 0000000 head of deer and would mako a useless bar ren waste conducive to the wealth and prosperity of tljo United States The duly way to utilize this tundra moss and con vert it into food nod clothing for men is by its transformation into deer meat and furs Besides the fact that reindeer neat is considered a great delicacy and that Russia exports it frczou iu carloads to Germany and that the Norwegian Pre serving company uses largo quantities of it for canning the skins when tanned are soft andcf a Leautiful yellow color manuIe hair also is in demand for filling lifo saving apparatus buoys etc as it buoyIIi CONVENT EDUCATION fha PIne Whre Girl Aro Prepared Olilj to ppear Well Iu Society To show the transformation that womans education has undergone in Franco and to indicate as clearly as possible what still remains of the old forms and what now ones tbo toigirl far from being her moth ers inseparable companion as she is now was merely brought to her once la day by her governess Wboo 11 or 12 years old sho was taken to n convent whore wo arc told she quired Utbe accomplishments neces sary to the 8tatusrof a woman who is to live in society bold a certain place there and oven manage a household This may seem very extraordinary to tboso who imagine a o mvent as a prison or a tomb but it is cortain thaTitbo unobanging con vent has roo maipdjust what it was when Rons bl11mingUmany games and bivo plenty of ox flrcisB and tbo result ia tthat they aro nlIin very good beoUb Tbo gajul t loremty of the moral atiros phone surrounding tuuui seamy to preserve them from oil nervous ex citement BesIdes tho conventsand I refer to tho great convents snob as the Saorod Heart thc Roule or Lea Olseauxaro still the places where wotnou are best prepared l for appear ing well in society How is this done By keeping up old traditions tbe special formulas of a fortunately yonnggirlleftShowas then at onoo supposed tog nero no single shado of etiquette to do nothing awkward to bo armed from hoed to foot for tbo grand cere mony of liar presentation at court Those may bo puerile formulas but they separated one once for all from the common people and they are still preserved behind those groat walls that immure the past In ad dition tho nuns who aro the guard ians of tbeao traditions frequently belong to aristocratic families This atmosphere of hostility to nil prog ross this silent protest against both the good and the ovil of modern tithes confounded in tho samo tacit reproacharo tho convents worst It would seem liko n soeno from the middle ages if an American Protestant could see tho parlor of the celebrated convent of the Visitant dines whero little girls come to talk on Sundays to their relations behind a double set of narrow gratings Jfot all convents aro cloistered Thero are some where no grating separates parents and qhildren but there is al ways a nun walking up and down discreetly present nt all interviews and all letters sent or received must bore by the superior Save during the two months of vacation the sOl aration between mother and daugh ter is complete and this is why in tho present time when home education seems to prevail tho convents are less in favor than formerly Th Bentzon in Century Eicltcmeut Terriblo excitement in the curio boll IIYostbo two headed girl lost both of themThe laughing hyena having nn acuto sense of the absurd though bo wouldnt do a thing but dioDo troit Tribnno A Great Railway Warchouie The great railway warehouse in Liv compauyillstructures of its kind in the United Kingdom Massive girders weighing about 10 tons each nod resting on 06 columns rapport the building which is 5 stories high 822 feet in length 176 feet wide and S4 feet high There wore used in its construction 0000000 bricks 1500 tons of stone 2000 ton of co meut 10000 tons of concrete tons of slate 6000 tons of ironwork U tens of hoop iron 1000 tons of timber 100 tons of lead 32 tenscf nails Hf acres of glass and more than hallsacre of zinc There are 55 shoots con necting the different stories cr floor Yellow Jack Killed Cabarets Candy Cathartic kiUoHow Jack wherever they find him N one vho takes Cascarct regularly and ny totnntlrully fa in danger from tho dread ful disease Cauonruts kill yellow fovor germs In the bowels antI prevent now front breeding lOc 265 nil kruggistsYellowFevcr o bowolu Kill Germs thorn and you r rY the awful diseaaa Cnscar tho germs throughout the system and make It Iml1ollltlhlo for now ones to form CascaretHare tho only ro 11igainsIliulilo vafeKimrd for voiinc niul old druggists NEWS LEADER 5100 a year FARM FOR SALE Very cheao and reasonable terms near the town of Texif 128 acres in good state oi cultivation good fences divided in t fields 16 acres creek bottom 85 acres in clover and grass Good common dwelling frame burn everlasting water well and springs good orchard c See it fur a bargain Oull on J G MANSFIELD Springfield Ky Moraantx are usjlss If trifled away andj they are dangerously wasted II consunJed by delay in cases where One Minute cough euro would bring Immediate relief Va j tors Browne To heal the broken and diseased tissues to soothe tbe initatcd surfaces to iuatant II ly relieve and to permanently euro Is the mission of DeWitts Witch Hazel 8alro Vstors Browne pA4 YEARS1f JA1 TRADE MARKS DESION3 COPYRICHTS ftc Anyone tending n sketch and description quickly ascertain free whether an Invention probably utte6lfII Commuulcatlotu rtrlrtly ptontstPatonu taken tbroujjh Menu t reoulra special notice 8OIENTIFIG tlo AMERICAN nJtrllI IueM llelean1natxhooK lent tree Address MUNN ft CO 051 Uroudwl1 New Srk JJo mIni or woman can enjoy lire prjic complisb much in thin world while suffering El1rJylltsoraorgl1nIquickly Wclerj Browne j iJflTUiilU I Hahof meaning and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that ofe MOTHER she who watched over our helpless infancy andguid ed our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with danger and all effort should be made fo avoid it so assists natifrc Cr Q in the change talc trUWUWthe Expectant Frl 911 ddMother isenal form dread suffering or gloomy fore bodings to the hour when she experiences the joy of Mothertrood I tsuse insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and she iis found stronger after than before confinement in short it makes Childbirth natural and easy as so many have said Do nt be persuaded to use anything but MOTHERSFRIENDU My more utes with either of her other two chit dren than she did altogether with her lastl having previously used four bot ties of Mothers Friend It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a MOTHER says a customer nNDzndOH 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Croup Quickly Cnroil MODICTAIN OLE Ark Our children were suffering witi croup when wo rc calved a botllfl of Chrmberlaius oiigli Iteinetly It afforded uhiuist insUi roUelP A Thornton This celabraltd remedy is for sale by llaydon jferRooert soa- upheartMutated About Heart Dlxoaa on for yean without making themselves known to the victim end in not a few cases death occurs suddenly from such disease without its etisteiice having been suspoctcd Oil thoothftr hand there Ill persons who think they have heart disease when the construction of that organ is perfrctly healthy They complain of bad feelings in the cardiac regions palpitation irregular breath ing etc and such symptoms would naturally suggest disease Iu these cast tho trouble is purely norvqna in char acter that is the nerves which control the workings of the heart ard somewhat deranged and very generally this de rangement is the result of dyspcptio trouble Those who exhibit the signs described should turn their attention toI 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