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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 14, 1897. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1897 new1897101401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 14, 1897. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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Sflrreyor WD Sharp Assetsor KAYooJpuly A R Caftpbell Oounty Trea urs =PRftFtL GIIIOTO V f0 Koo Police Judge Join Grace Marshal n If O Read City Altora y auHTioi COURT Justice courts are hold m January April i1 July and October Persona PnE64pugt dlcal reference book to any person aflllctba wlthany epeoUl l thronlc or delicate disoaso peculiar to tftb lracx Addrera tho lending pbyel- cimniand nqreeoriB of tho United States Dr Hathaway cCo 70 Dearborn street yilChlcn tt c iIFrY DOLLARS A WEEK EASILY j V MADB Agenbiwantedlfleverv1oi i 11Cidltr for bii i tng as many as ordersjJor weak Bo Vare of fraudwlent imitaUnnii Send for touttit and lioirln work at once W B 1 CONKKY C01t ANY Publishers 34 Pearborn Street Chicago tl li orkiuff Womans Jtome Association 41 Peoria St Chicago Ill v January W06 If Our Working Womans Homo Asaocl 1 iitlon used PoleyV Honey nod Tar six 4caagoandaro ualpSlt today I t rfisalwuvs beeu a iayoHte for while 1U iilwrt Is nottull unpleasant its effect N- 1iiiry beneflclal Ik IJM never yet disap jointed usu Wishing ym alt poeslblf Usincerely yoursU L1nA O1XU Bus 4gr ljA4 i1i a I J i tYi0 CUNNINGHAMbUHCA4f v tt l J Wish tot call pf affeste Itt l tiei 1mm sffek og6dSi t t 0 l HEfe LOWESTjar i PRIOB 0 Ever offered iii fMs inaikf Cnptfe ttt fo1oVii pi3ice S11h thbs e ri eeW1eiZe i1Idt conviiue yourself tha1 yotf will Save noney hyefln wlthtIS Ever t1mg the latsf1pattelJnh H DRESS GOCfD All ool Set ge black and colOrs Sdij 4Qo and up upAllupAnew colors jiml effects wth silks velvet8f and braids to match Ladiis dont fail to see this stock of Dress goods J WOOLENS Our stock of flannels and Woolens nfl kfods tis complete and prlcesare the lowest You will notJose atfytninp by cocgin m and esamUJng these goods for we do not Hesitate to say that theyare the best ever shown in this town Gome and see them CLOAKS I CLOAKS CLOAKS Our tClcko Cloaks is large and well selectecf afil of the latest Styles and very swell Jackets and Capes in plain cloth Boucle dpes8eel 1 We 10 BW f f1 n WILD CROWD That was a 1l wild crowd of enthusiasts that went from this cottnty on last Monday to wel1a wilder crowd In Lebanon to greet Bryan I j iasm and they came back fuller Mr Bryan certainly must have a wondeful amount of personal magnetism to draw such a crowd and get them so lull of enthusi asm for L have heard a number who attended the speaking say that thedrdnotget tired listen ing to bis speech and thatheis a wonderfully attractivo man but I cant say that I have heard anyone recall any particular point het made HELP OUT By the way ToI the promoters of the County Democratic ticket are counting strong on the effect of visit and they pect the enthusiasm aroused thereby to have great influence onsome of the wavering ones and bring them around into line all right They do sayat least some heartless Republicans dothat is not as lovely ana harmonious in the local Democratic camp as it might be and that several influential and lifelong party workers are disgruntled over the way things are being run in the county race and will not support the ticket but are quietly on the alert for the op position This is a said to be the secret of the confidence so noticeable among the Republi can candidates TOWN ELECTION in addition I to the regular county and state elections there will be held also In Springfield a town election at which a Board ol Trustees a Town Marshal a Judge of the Police Court are to be voted for There is very lit tie interest in the town election and there probably will be only one ticket for trustees in the field There is only one announ ced candidate for Judge and it is not probable that he will have any opposition The waterworks question will be submitted on the ballots of the town election which will be altogether sopa rate from the county and State ballots Now is the time to subscrIbe for 51 a yeur i r t3Lff4 l 4 I i j Tir TEE Wcfeks The first step II toWard securing water works for Springfield has Wen taken and herds hoping that the mat ter wilijto carried through until the town win bocb well protect od and supplied with water that the visitation of anotfodr drouth such as the preSent one will hSTO sib terror for the inhabi tants The Board of Trustees has cl1a ted and passed an ordi nance which is published in this issue calling an election for November 2d next for the pur pose of voting oil the question uf issuing jOOO in toWn bonds for tho purposo of Starting a fund to build aj waiter wofcks ys tern This amount will nbt be enough to put in tho kind of plant proposed but plans arc being made whereby an ambtinl sufficient to assure theenlerprls6 wIlt be raised It iis lot tho voters to say In November whether or not the town shall issue the 8000 and when everything is taken into consideration it is hard to see how any reason able man or good citizen can afford to vote against the prop osition The dry spell and the inconvenience and suffering experienced from lack of water this summer should be enough to impress on the minds of all the great need we have for a good water system for our town Whlnkera that art prematurely ttray or failed should be colored to proVott the look of Hue and nuckliiKnama Dyo excels all others in colorlngo black FARM FOR SALE A good farm oontaing 129 acres situated on tho Bloom fiol l pike two miles from Springfield for snIp cheap It is well improved and 11m SPRINUFIELD Ky A few weeks ago tho editor was taken With a very severe cold that caused him to In a most miserable condition It was undoubtedly a bad caso of lat ripp and recopnUluR it as dangerous ho took cure Front the advcrtisenvnlof Chain Itcrlalna Cough Remedy and tho many good recommednatlons Included ihcceln woo concluded to make n first trial or tho medicine To say that it watt sails factory in its results is putting it very mildly Indeed It acted like ina ic and the result Vas a speeJy and permanent cure We have no hesitancy in recommending this excellent cough remeuy to anyone afflicted with a cough or cold in rny form The Banner of Liberty Llbertytown Maryland Tho 25 and 50 cent sUes for sale by Haydon Ilobert i j c i r 1 Gents hd taai Ftl IiishihgB Elegant line GentsWhite and Fancy Shirts ifnderwear dud and Collars Suspenders Hosiery Jloves We hav ftben west and Nobbiet and attn flamo titoe the prettiest lhieot Neck- wear irl towri Bows Olub4HouseT puffs and FoufinHkndsr which have again lbecome popular Ladies Uiffderweaf Kid Glo7 s Cnshmanys Gloves and Mitts The celebrated R G andG D Corsete None better fro SHOES Helmets Be1t fan tf do antf Mann Brpsr fine1 shoes fornienl We ke cbistantly on hacTa full stocI otlMore Brs shds and Stephen PuitneV fi Coos Safbi Calf Congress and Etals Plain and Coin Toe the best shOes on earth for 5121Y k full stock ol Drew S lby vCofabd Lytid Dana Cos fine shoe 1 25 they are cheap shoes for 200 Childrens School Shoes AUFREE Your choice Free either Clock1 NMiroi oifliand some Picture Frame make SPECIAL LOW PRICES ERS QLose 111Th furtherI sonsI PutneyltCO8 Certahily yon d S Jan to Suffer with1 dyspepsia constipation sick headache sallow kin and los of appetite You have never tried De Witts Little Early Risers for these coaiplainti or you wduw have pane cured They are small pius but tent Vegulrtors Waters Browne WITH OUR Notices stock seed Jr grain wanted of for sale or exchange Inserted In tIlls col umn TREit ofcnffc6t Partners afe re quested to send in stock or crop items foi publicatIonS A Idrge peaV tree is mink bloofi at Lancaster IllLast Saturday the Charley Weight 1TIde of 102 acres onChaflnr1vO- neal Oornlshville was ecidat pfiblfc aucttuh and brought 81800 Thlif pluco changed hands three y rhago- atEbG I 1L TJe asheBStors return In the State1- of loWa how that the joSf of hQgfJ from chjtjjera in that state dnVTnj 1890 2i2o9t xuu aV f4ujy lOss per county vafc 35147 Twelve JT tho laf ercoahUesloal an average 4frfS8- t fbirtrfiye Jiorsea and mclesfwere sold at GlVons ta1l1eV ndayee8 averageI fom f25 to 00fJalC1 moles trom815 to C8d A ntimberqf molo colts also qbangod bands at this stable from QIB to 32A Harwa burft flemocibWbother6int t t there shcnld befall plowing depends Jargeljr upon thrf nature ol tho soil Land however well plowed In the fiih win dry out quicker aiid be ready tbs1r earlier than if left until spring it t The Richmond Register says thaW T Co vington baa a mulo that be bought as a yearling just forty years ago When it was two years old he bad it broke and from that day to this the animal has been in continuous service and is regularly used now The mule is fat active and strong and shows no sigos of its great age i I t Wa81sold teIrmarket In very strongt IA wheat the average ati dare in France is 17 bushels and Incfiabing while ours is lint 19 and the yifilfl growing less That country epoffda eJjcht million dollars In encouraging agriculture while the United States spends about half as much France has a potato crop nearly twice ai large M ttars aniLwe buy the surplui Farri1c1i d Borne Journal I t NEWtifAiJEit stlbscrlbers who in tend Wbtfng etoibk to Springfield t sell oil cdcirt daytf can advertise the fact lit ttilft colnmh free of charges Drop t ijtoi tit pdSb110 this ofiTco tellifl Afhat ybtl will ftfveto solli du- dmftJettJina io bo yoblitbed in- i iQ J i L L tbD pap r oH ThnrBday bOforo poart dlzySpoitbolt your fofItiiyursoma h Cliboso dlgcatjlJle ro6crafld chow It Itidl eatlotx la a d5incero7j8 sfnkncss Propor care prevent tt Shaker Digestive Cordlkl cures H Tfiat ia the hug ard short pf indigestion taaf o you gtin digestion Ycg lVyou liavo palo and discomfort after eating hSadacfio dlidl neSj nnssaortonsIvtireath41ta rtburn- Jaftgour tllinc foyefJa lc 1utu lance losaof appetite Irratabilllty cn Btlpation etc Yes you have Indiges thin To cure it taftS Shaker DlgestlVe Cordial t The medicinal liorbo and plants of which Shator iDIgeatlvd Cordfat composod hotp to digest ttio food m your stomach help to strengthen youfstoin ach When youfbtpmccli Iqitrdnar tartS will kOp5tso Shalcer DIgcfltlvo Cordial Is salp bf dru gIslsptlcU lo tel tflper bottle4 MACKVILLE F6itir Regular CorreaponStat A umber of farmers af5 sdw lug wbeat abd others waitirig until It rains Mrs Mary Hibkers6n has been on tbe sick HsS forDo few days tittle Itfdna Cohran has le cbvcred from an attack of dii therta Mrs Anna CunnirfgnamV of CornishVllfe Vas toe gfitsf of her sister Mrs7 Martha Tumeyv llasfweeifi A G Fdsterauafamily6car Sweeney nbd hers atte aod the TaylorBorne woddirig iMOTl- ast Thursday Mrs Harriet thish returned to her home at lAaufl tfiijfweek after a protracted VioiV to fdla tivei here Rev Peepl s iis alismilessince the arrival of a tine baby girl iV the parabcage on the 7tb IMr Armenius Peter who has been the guest of relatives here for sometime returned to his home in St JosjiH Mo last weekSRev W A Penn ana fanilty the new pastor of the MothodisC church here arrived last week to take charge of his worK Toe protracted meeting at ttirf Baptist church continues with unabated interest large in lit toodarco day and night Kev Dew who is conducting the ser vices is an interesting speaker and quite popular with the po vie at this place Cjfuite ti number of our citizens weotlo Lebanct Jtfftnday to hear the son Wm J Bryan Jowett GtflTy anfd fatiiily near this place leave thfs weelc for Indianapolis whare they wilt rnMhe theit 1itur tBlQ1 U f UI f 7 Jo1tti f cJif 1 t LOTHiNco n r dfutn iirsf ct l inasea gbst5fA tt1 f i2 2 ovGood i 25 OPAll Atiwoot Men 8DI5k v ersey Panr 1501 r Brown Qvercoak fo r Mienl iV oi 43G Men s JeAnsPanikr vTeU made 1 If 5qT The good pplnls ift tir stOck of ctbtbfinj arfltob m tt htt Jn thisTBrdarf space ddmVinajia4bei cAijLxcddb ixinfluiugt t this stock yourself I Bear in mind wearerthe j largest defers andlVeadbJuarisrs for everyththgiaI Carpets Walt Papers rwini Snaaes Lace Onr tarn5 etc i CT r a Ladies we baye the newest tnings in dinghanjs for shirtJfwafsts lSuifrri tStiip wttfi6utr adoiibV tneMpreUiest patterns Ljt r ever shown in this town W 4 USr 2 FREE iDaiidsonie Bronze HM Racfe AstI BryansI IiSonly llpoedyi FARMER8 Ntiioc4ueMtlonIsf t sold his fafnl1 tdWafnetB irtns 6r35 Quarterly nieetingVili bVtfeKT at the M thbdist chuVch bIitiff SatuFday and Sunday theBfey Vaughan presrding4 Aft he members are reqUested be tpresent oh Saturday It piiuiot Baiv i thatpK1 Beir8yftfoqr 1nbnervlBth6 bdLcoOband lung r modcineaihi- unlesadu will trv ltr Jf ycudo this and doiit agreo with usjlyotf g9 your 25cback qulclil rigfit vhoro you 1Ju1It MOORESVJLTLEV roov Our Special Correipbndcnt BbI4Jd October r 1A to tha TfTle of VftfetfP a Ibe b nd bbv hItathJdffrrsdd- Sayeia1ofonf n igliborjs went to Lebanon and sever at t6 BaraftX lownt 1i6rHon n J t6uxsryan Ptr ct d in Ub w1l m mence at Kew Hope mctiurclthd tifsc Sunday In Novdmtier Byron Oroakfi fi bo sHi 1 etfa mTxdd car of Stttck fromBbkiSf lafet SatufdaV Farrfierd ard s wth w14 tI rtbia week at a ra did ratewti early all of the cpvi1I be sown thTs weefc4 Owing iathearoalb there lare uire l bpe1ba 1inkw lbr from ttJe funrier adii1pjdYthab ever was ki56wri belorfl PloidiJts zrbnosfdrg od rain 0 MjiUr cdn i1ilktesi t1Vicgtct TatbSitblnthe near future SheiW iVaki IIdJOSSWS Mann both fcaVe opdTlast VdII whfcb were well ottended arid evlry ihf OR passed off uietlV1 Mtlffruaf was in LbHisyiUe lIast tfdek purchalslngt bftfatland vrmter good i as wdVaiioMA Arnold of Maudf- T S ari glacl tp eMr Jobn FUffleT btt agatiiua7teil several l weeks illoess of y lilnldfev r Rlmffr 8ay we are tb hayie fc MdLhgtiitek fl it pdrfs ib1tbib1 Many fTouVyriends byptttplb luth you know fbdteconmnictbdcoiisumup tiqupnotmnciita 01 be1 mttrirees- by nbgIecVota 5lmpleco trco ugh Foleyo Honov arid Taf a aafp sue nml pleasant cottyh ibiiicinQ wouldhave 1ItrdthnuI nfis jgdonmectf tlidm Sold by Haydpifi Kpberjsoh tJyenrsGunrnntced 1cI we i ztrol1i1l pumOc LLrug4ts Isbi yrpe 7 iffff 15 Tbose IotbWeVocnrohlcy diarrhoea folboIncimiabioshmnnld nfad whata1ri- mPi1rnniofOnrs uiH AI18io a fjRn jTio8ubjecttt Izht bay boera stidbrcrfroni5c1roi3t diarrhoea bycr elncb reVar mid hacotnod all kinds of coedldncs for jt AtlastI found a rom edV thmt qthectod n cu6anti ritatwp r iamnbe1IiIn ColIc Cholera and DIai hieh lohietic Tdis inodcnbcan al wiyH bailcpciitfe l upon Jar coU chpl err moi1u dysdnteryand darrIiiaIt lspIisnit tdIaccniiilnovfapto offecia cnrl 25l 5 cent f rr JPbyJHaVdon Houertson i McPak CI ftThe J iw tJi pe f t1i A jijDer cpotsUt I resiaenbe oft too laWM biiei t Murbtiy deceased towitl two IIb ifers 21970 tohtr aWe- sl25Ytv rd cvs 2 75and- 278bit bkiiw10 t oii steer lonit v rllttJ ig on steer c lffi 25toD nfill If i one WibJ steer 23 25 one fed l heifer 2 years ojd0 tpo gilts V und pVga6U ana 25on8 t brood sbV tislIb bhplqe- ribgspefJ beaik1 Si 5011e bUtcilt gi1L tf7j1 iHtcliptce f- ll sta 7sn Js 1 o t per ij ad Oieb 9rsec r 5p1a bdYbur1ftf2one 101h rs114 one rdari hrsoie wn m rf ii oidrdrnll clt 1i 40J WsHefa cord SB feents per bushels 120t1frI1th1what c rgdteDts f sJvcr YD1ee fany desperate cases of kitIieyd1s ealeS prii rl ffnturb1n Jv beauiiicur d by Feloya Kldiiey XttrjL Y y5phyfilcfans Osbjit TdrialoWiIr du d ltoboriOin 9 ression fSirit6th- IorithTS sumthrthne aconprri dby1bss ofenergy lack of tHourfit pdWef nfeara a Q fI99P lfl Pnpurfshf 5 nfetitl l TheffaI ibVcffls Iot1 tHsnf nquesttonofhiuscfe and J itheIY bi oftd1stancn andtt Sfiduraricb At afiy agvbut q pebtalrjr Trf jfdu IIli fni Tyes the rlSkof lunp dlseaSsel Lbs3J of flesh nd a cough re thrsat chltlg signsS SStfPCoc1llvthOt fiosphtesp meets thee caeI 1 perfectly It1 tones lip tattetir ndstrigthp In Scotts EthulfithriThe st j 50 t9I j fLillydftiIIdl avtImo5t R1 as Pcst1est nniea9l Iiscovr 1J41u QY e Ttr t 1 1 ff- rk i oJ f 4 t If yri jj7T- t 1 r 4 iiii- J i- iNEWLEAD 4 t tH a J h liE NES4AEADER E L DAVISON JR THURSDAY OCT 14 1897 t N NOTINOEM NTS 2 j FOB CIRCUIT JUDGE PattcsonIF- eAro authorized to announce Charles tatteson qt Toylnr county a candidate Jor Circuit Jaflge of the Eleventh Judicial District composed of Marion Washington Taylor and Green counties subject to the action of the Dombcratlo party November election 1807 Lisle ITavInR received and accepted the iioinlnatlou from the Republican party rof this Circuit Court Judicial District lor tho office ci Circuit Court Judge 3 our support la respectfully solicited v i w j LISLE TUlIGEv ct MorgangvlVo are authorized to annonnceSV H Morgan as a candidate for County Judge t f Washington County subject to the faction of the hepnblican party Hays V6 are authorized to announce James Bi Haya as a candidate for Representa tive for Washington County In the Low 6ronsoof tho Kentucky Legislature lubjociJ to tha action of the Republican party 4 FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY r TSMayes Democratic nominee for thaofflcopf County Attorney of VashIngtpn county Nci em er election 1897 IF Otfais to believe the little ijolly the Hon W 3 Bryan gave the crowd at Lebanon last Mon day he will not be much disap pointed if he does taU to get to abekilcan Bay to you that I expect iitoiretnain in PolitIcs all the rest ofmy life lam in a position D Wbichhave always desired vj tcanaffdrdo devotetr fo the discussion of political tUfsfions I am just as happy s if I had been elected Presl dent and although I appreciate your good wishes heartily I foeI that my happiness does not de- pepd upon being elected to offi ah I jMR SAM SHACKELFORli WAS passediromLeb1 when called upon for a speech leaned over back rail and said in I ja loud voice Boys I want you J all to vote frmeIf the wish is gratified Shackelfdrd OaR said xall that is necessary t TaEye1Iaw1aupseensto be f a5qg thrqujpliout the South The type oif foyer in Galveston fgiIis mild and the excitement there preiAvails over of Texas how tfeyer At Kw Orleans the record l shows three deaths and thirty weight new cases of fever THE Republicans of Ihe Twentyeighth Judicial District I have nominated Judge George B Nelson Naiional emocratlJjardwell Republican for Com t monwealths Attorney THE backVbone Of the lorg frbuth has been tirSken It is 0tioug1itltho1igbtboraiQtill in some sections qf the State bas d been so far very plight q THE election at Indianapolis was carried by the Democrats by O about 5000 majority Something to pcpcnd On Mr James Jones of thfll drug 11mof Joney it Hon lowden III In IftitJIaatW1uter hlti winter attackedc1Iegrewo serious that physicians at Cowden atit1 Iana ItMeemedhasty consump tion HayltrKIngaN w Discovery In store ahje soiling lots pf 1110 look abottle botue anti to the surprise of allho began to get better from first doao r andttMf a dozen bottles cured her sound and well Dr Kings Now Dircavory for consumptUn coughs and colds Is guaranteed to do this tIryItt5 bIoT uQja irealt auti nff ftlooa Pure tCcli AQdrncKlsta + F rrHa A NEGRO KILLING Fred Weathers jujjegro was shot atd instantly killed on last Sanday by Martin Mulligan an other negro at the home jf h- eormernearBt Rose5 this county The circumstances which were brought out at the examining trial and which make a yery peculiar case are about as follows It seems that Mulligan who is by the way a brother in law of the dead man was among a number of other negroes who congregated at Weathers home Sunday to spend tho day The men as several witnesses said had been pranking wtt a pIs- toll and a shotgun which belong ed to Weathers but there was nothing uf a dsagreeable nature brought put Wben dinner was announced Weathers Invited all tthe company out to dinner and all responded except Mull an who in reply to a call from Weather said that he did nott want any dinner and remained alone in the room As the others were being seated at the table Mulllgancal1 d to Weathers from the room and asked him to come to the door Weathers approach edthe door and Mulligan Immediately shot the contents of gun striking the unfortunate man full in the left side killitg him instantly Mulligan fled from the place but was later on arrested by Deputy Sheriff R C Craycroft at his own home Mul ligan protested on tIm witness stand that he had no idea of the gun being discharged and had no riotive whatever in kill iing his brotherinlaw One witness testified that the two men had had a little dispute the divisidnof some sor- tghum molasses but it is no thought that the disagreement was enough to cause any hard feelings Messrs John W Lewis and T W Simms Jr were employed tto defend Mulligan while I fl Thurman appeared tor the State After hearing the evidence Judge Thompson discharged the accused Theie la moro catarrh In this section of the chantry than nil other diseases put together and until the last few year was supposed to bo incnrnblo Foi a groat many years prononncedlt a local dilieaso and prescribed local remedies und by constantly failing to cure with llocal treatment pronounced it Incu able Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F Jv Chenuy t Co Toledo Ohio Is tho onijT constitutional cure on theniarkot It la takenlntomallyJn dukes from 10 drops to a teaspoon fnC It ada directly on tbo blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem They ofletone hundred dollarx for any cuse ItsJTails to euro Wend for testimonials Address P JCHENEY tCO Toledo O arold by druggista75c S NELSON NOTES From tha Record Syvester Downs G e1 briar and Wash Tucker Frederick town engaged in an altercation on Main street this morning during which Downs struck Tucker a heavy blow on the face with his fist Downs was arrested t and is now in jail Mr Burr Coleman reports considerable sickness in the Botland neighborhood nearly everybody having a case of sickness in their households Mr Oolemans en- tIre family have been ill more or less seriously during the falll He states however that nail are improving at present Ty- phoId fever seems to be the pre vailing ailment inl the Botland section Thieves entered the residence of Mr G W Robertson on Market street early last Thursday night ana ransacked the house ydidntever they took some towels and other small household articles Mr and Mrs Robertson were out in town at the time of the burglary Collector Sapp has secured the reinstatement in the revenue seryice of forty old soldiers who formerly storekeepers and gaug ers but wereremoved during the Cleveland Administration for political reasons With this large number of officers of his own political faita to draw irom the chances of the present Demo cratic holders of these positions to be assigned to active duty will bodecidedly problematic t 4Si j 7A tp j rt The residi nc occupied by Magistrate James W Stonenear BloomheW was destroyed by SqtireStonein a0miningcharKESdwithattempted crim inal assault The trial had just been concluaed when the news of the fire reached Squire Stone The property belonged to Mrs T spobewasone of the most elegant res- Idences in the Bloomfield section A portion ot the furniture was saved Insurance on the build- Ing was 2500 loss 4 000 Mr Stone and family will temporarily occupy rf house belonging to Mr J M Snider It is reported that dipthuria in a very fatal form is prevailing in t beheFour deaths occurred there last week from the dread disease Mr Phillips the tollgate keeper on the Wdterford pike lost one little child and has another one sick Mr J E OBryan has llost two children Mr W F Owens lost a little girlI last Sat urday and there are several others that are sick Among ttem is the little girl of R L Grigsby and tbree little boys of W T Wiggington In vibw of these facts it behooves the an thorities of Rardstown to do something in the way of cleaning up the alleys and other localities where filth abonnis Diptheria is an offsprtng of 1fllthand an outbreak of the disease here would bo a very serious calamity thShallSliver men say yes scold men say no But all who have used it whether Rold or silver men concede that Foley s Honep amVTur Con b Syrup Is superior to nil others as 16 isto Haydon tt Robertson TEXAS fFrom Our Regular Correspondent Dr Qreon and mfo of Parkland I Ky are tho guests of Mr Sidney Gr Kate Froman was in Dan ville the firat of the weekbAunt Bailie Anderson who has been very sick for the past two weeks is sumo better Aunt Sailais in her eightythird year Mr Mark Andorson of JunctionI City was down the first week to gee his mother Sidney Green Jr who is attpndI uiiing Centre College was at homo Sunday 7 Misses Nettle Kimberlin and Dolhe Groon were in Lebanon la 8h weekA good crowd weot over to Leb anon Monday to hear Vf J Bryan No rain as yet to amount to any thing water is as scarce as over Some ot our farmers have begun to uow wheat others are waiting ffor rainMrsJohn Debo of Danville here the first of the week WantedAn LI uueauulProt ot Toar IdeMj thrrny bring yon wtalti Write AWaah1gson o9hid of tno nundnd InrtnUon eA NEW BOOK KNITTING AND CROCflETING of M naRcn over 50 original desRms Illustrated beautiful laco patterns shawls JiocJs jackets etc him been published by The Homo 141 Milk St Boston Mass and will ho sent with a Hubscndtlnn to that paper The Homo Is a 140pago monthly filled with original toneR literary and domestic topics nnd fashions its department of Fancy Work IIH special feature 18and original designs each Issue Tho prlco of lubscrlpUon is 50 cents pttr year and wllUcdudo one of those book As a special Indumment to trial stibacribora a copy of this hook will bo liCIt with a orbooksu scription and the book combined will bo promluflaton applica tion Old People Old people who require medicine to regulate The bowols and kidneys will raThisand UtbutIt acts mildly on the stomach and bowels adding strensth and giving Jtone to tho organs thereby aiding nature in tho per formance of the functions Electric nittern is a14dIgestionachy what thoy need Price 60c and per bottle at Hovdhn A Robertson One Good Dose of Dr roUnngstops refreshIng loveitit rec ommend it 2obnitho vourdrugKlat zrroun nick ACnksUt yeu roltotluinItjzgiersi nClVjIlJllfTKRItftb6 AIdleh a med1d t 4 T t fitf ii tr i Cancei tIli Breast KenStMemphispaid no attention to a small lamp which appeared iin her breast but it soon dotuvetoued into it cancer of the worst type- and notwthstaudivg the treatment of the best physicians it continued to read and grow rapJdlTi eating two culessoOfl pronounced her factorable A celebrated Newyork specialist then treat cdber but she con throed to grow worse and when informed that both her aunt and grandmother had I died from cancer he J gave the case up as he less weone then re 4 commended SSS land thonh little remained she boganced The cancer commenced to heal and when she had taken several bottles it disappeared entirely and although sev eral years have elapsed not a sgaof the disease has ever returned A Real Blood Remedy SSS guaranteed purely vegetable is a real blood remedy and never fails to cure Cancer Eczema Rheumatism bloodsdiScnseswill AtlantaGa sOneThe bladder was created for one purpose namely a receptacle for the urine and as nct It is not liable to any form of disease II except by one of two ways Theflntway Is from ImperfdcVaction of the kidney Tuo second way Is from careless local treatment of other diseasesbCHIEF CAUSE Unhealthy urino frim unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder trotbles Bo womb like the bladder was created for ono puaposo and if not doctored too much Is not liable to weakness or dbowse eracept In rare role Itia situated back of and paInje or urinary passage often by mistake Attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some e rt The error Is easily made and may et a easily avoided To find out correctly a your uriue aside for twent ffour hours a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble The mild and extracr I3wamPRootlth3soon realized If you need a medlclnn you should have the best At drugRiiur fifty nd one dollar You may bore a sample ottle and pamphlet both sent free by maU- Mention NEWSLEADEU and send your dj d onressY The propri tos of this paper guar ntec tho genuinon Is of this offer IA pain pnoumohln In the chest iatbroatonoa is natures warnag Dampen ChaDlbcrh1nsIPain Italin und bliiil over the stat of the paIn nud another on the back between the shualdeniand prompt relief wilt foll lou Sold by liuvdou d Robertson Cdac taT inr JtoiroU With Cutcareto toraferlOc CASTORfA Por Infants and Children nlrudml IUI tTIt1rlk PANTS S285Made to Measure Allwool Gents old clothes cleaned dyed and repaired and made to look like newfora- MTtLE MONEY THE TAILOR KarIA rick a Grocery SPRINGFIELD KY rqatititi WORMSWHITES UraqllALn I 1I I GREllVE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Rerriedlef 1 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVERYWHERE VrntiW kr MIC8 = ForeverXake orSSo InC CC fall tt cure CruwUut r tiaa non d V it S i V 14 I ySHE LIKES DEATH SCENES K VldSi Ann tlt Actress Bay They Ax 11jjssprobablyl othOl11w l Thereis6oinethngfa3cinatinffto 111nshe 1dfu1n a death sceno Tf alttcthogroundm b that she does not perform thd foot as though she were aclasp knife folded uphen again she must ltivate breathing so thatslaftlnal Bebm not to bo breathing at alL Nothing fg morotiaicnlons than the spectacle presented by A supposed corpse whoso chest is heaving vie lently in consequence of the tion attendant npon fatung emok remomber in Yirginius 1Ott- tstabbed and fell backward totba gaspGraduallyand I fell at tho moment tho spark of myarwith my mouth and eyes open My aauthority r such action and subse queiftf josois tho strongest I was mcrwituess of just such tragedy ia eal life The only pal I exp rfenced in that scono was the en forced holding of my breath The Bonrgtb of tho actual death scene is aboutfive minutes kWh n I played hrOtheHo with TomaS Salviniy 1 was always nary ous during tho smothering Scene because the Italian tragedian used to get extremely tedteft Iv6ol turn my face sideways and EbJda small space open txfluer the farther kie of tbopiIoW1 that J eouid but even that brehthfog hole would frequently got dasedunr der Salvinis forceful cnccgy Then when he had ndthat ho lml killed Desdemana witoul causo in his remorse ho wou throw hLnself heavily upon thie ody I UEtd to wait for this piece of business as ono would wait for n locomotive aboui to project itself upon the waistband IliAs Juliot I havo died many times Romeo you know drmks the poison and subsequently throws the vial away as Juliet approaches him then seeing him die stabs herself and falls over him At ono theater the property man thh yng poison should be represenfed by some black liquid filled tho vidi with ink As Romeo mode merely a slight motion of drinking the lliquid he lid not notice the nature of the fluid But when ho threw the bottle from him it struck somewhere near Juliet and the ink flew lowlyIwhite gown I wore On tbdt occasion you may be sure the life of Juliet wag ended with the least pos siblo delay jIn La CharbonnJero ibo heroine dies n bow death by poteon In this caso I took special caro to find lOUt the right poison thatiahQUld te oileIof the censes Death by starvation is by no moons jolly As Jess in Hood man I havo had to make believe I would give my life for a dougbnut In this play my death occurred while I was reclining on my side well down the stage toward the footlights This was quite often an awkward situation because of tho different curtains at the various theaters Now and then to avoid my being struck by the curtain the hero would bo Obliged to draw m body back and once though a mar put out his hand to keep tho curtain Jrom touching me the heavy mass ocumlly grazed my nose Boston Globe SLAB IQ English A Bussiau artist who hasso thor oughly masteiod tho English lan guago that all iito subtleties are an familiar to him as we those of tin language of the czar was tolling few friends about the diijculties iI encountered You have hoI superfluous letters ho said that when I began to think I was becom ling a master of your language I sue ceedjed in having myself laughed at a dozen times a day I began to learn English in Boston its Amen can fortress Ono day while walk l astrectsignOba street Kneeland street I pro nounced the K Youro wrong said my friend You pronounce it sNianduuTho1Ia silent I took the lesson to heart Tho next day I went into a restaurant I looked over the bilVtof fare Qivo me some idneys tt II said The servitor looked at mo aghast Final ly in desperation I pointed to tho record of what I wanted Ohl Kid nays he said Excuse mo I re jjoined haughtily the K isailent Now York Times Had an Alteroatlr- ePilrey And because you couldntt find a nickel to pay the faro did the conductor muko you got off and walk t JayspitrrNo Ho only made mo get off I could have sat on the toRoxburyGtette At lib Own fcrpenie Mr Bluff Look here jyoung man youre always going abOat with my daughter and X want to know what your intentions are regarding her Young Manl really havo no inten tions air J Mr Bluff angrily Then what do you mean by amusing yourself at my daughters expensetYoung Man airilyIin not anus lug myself at your daughters expense alwaysPD1mvitsPoarsohs l A 6 t yJM BURTON BEN HATDOK 6R cjJ It c s J qv BiJRTO N cg l iTIJEif HAYDON Ba M4arzh J r 1 ISJ Un t d ertakorsr an 1t iun afDirectors c FF J B h jljlco Tft r r i BURLAL4i RUBES k m oj ALL It1NDS dfdfVLL EQUIPPEDT Caift r answered iP i9 day U4 IiI Tfeivi The servicVsipf an EXPERJENctD EMBAIsMER a t gyadnite hem ajschoolfof embalJaing bat beejivenjgaifed T r a 1 tti tjj fJ MBUOjO HA9 WBLOCX SprnNcTht1 iy I n 11 baur5rir It i1 V Kentucky s Great Trots + AT LEXINGTON IL i STAKES r 73OOQUESESf l i t t OCTOBER 6 tO61O71 I Jjt ir L a The r5 itfd Futanty Tuesday OefotferS t f The 5000 4r nsjilranraf Thistsdayy Oatdblefi ftAc j r l f totfc t t f iSarJlOne or more big STsi 1es daif ic ffIAU the ciaellor- rf i Half fare osi alt iailrdatl 1 i i rt 1Licra tadls m US 1aiid i o dO fi 3 The Wiids Gr fti Ifk ts f JP P JOHNSTON presIdent H vr N1S TPtR fI i Czcbibcmjr Coapllm nts Ieeethat you any out own washer woman IIlIid1r1ra Spitely who was lleading hrr poddle past the place Jfcf wtortca Mrs Supply Bot Jalflng norstgltJ r II dogDetroi Free Prett tIpedoUlwhich have three e1rs one oa each id0 of tho head and the third exactly in lb0 center of the forehead this middle or third eye la always tho largest The book of lob written flbont t 1520 Bc dcscTibe9tery accurately several processes of inciting inntalIj Trying to bo witty fs like trying to be pretty FHegeude Blatter TRAPPING CROW It Is Jfot Xlr Matter toE t the MffOf Birds sportsImen for shooting matches usually bring thinGsI j ifor tho crow is a wiyblrdand tocatct him in n net set for that purpose re Quires akillnnd patience well butt ahvSJbttIBwoum Jco but litlo headway catching on1dpthbsb1yritahiciay1his n 8 bis net but the tQwS wopld give his bait a wide berth Lf anee they would know that be there After placing the caroau of ROtnp cni mill on a field the net Is icv Jose to Ht by bonding poles oL unpiiugs pa which tho net Is lung flat to tlugrcnncicla e they are hold down by ir and n lIne run 60 yardgor moro on house built of boughs where tho trap per Is eccrercd lioJDebnndrtdllor another field where there no cot Bet Tho trappers usually two id num ber go into Iho bough house together before daylight and when the crows be gin to assemble on the fields one of them goes out and vvjilka away The crows seeing him leave grow a little bolder and approach tho ball in ones nnd twos but stop only long enough to gttn beak fol of the fljjph and fly oC ngaiu TheI carcass where there is no net set is of course tho best patronized but the trap f4toff4 and thus satisfying their hunger without q goiiig to the cue whore the ret After awhile ttbnir hunger gets the betj Litheyj p net is This is tho cpportonity of Iho a man in rtho bough houfb who with n vigorous pull oil tho line springs firInet over them QUICk work must be done then by the trappers who hup o tho net to keep the trapped croww tbOjfrontground With their haiida covered ltif B s tOut buckskin g1oveatOkeOp the crow- ihhux I Ic awi auwatalxiug thefn Ui v1 + Q 1barefrcaitjaaadl lIct daepubntiV t lhn U1 tkbg fo getxbore haJjrnJ L 4 spri cI cf thus At dJi trPP llJ delpb Record it tASt Era floids Tefl v3 XnUA1etato 1hCH ofthL 1s Speaking of Lonfrivr h51it114tol + llnneJFiHis Kbjduess and love of humor car if fled him through many a iCutnaJnter 1jWptipn Hrfgoneronsiy ovorIokcth0 r J fact of tUfe subterfuges to which i tu t and women resorted in order to get a1 Interview and to help them out mode U i much of their excuses as ppstdbla Speaking one day of the persons who CAme to see liiaj at Nabnut ho said Onor raau perfect stranger camoAV jih an otuuibu4ufl of ladies He descend retnrninGtQOne two tree four and jfivtf with a little girli ante 6ttnrglltiliein In 1en lertnlns tbef is the testof ny flbtiiry and t1iafdaurbonr hoyhsdsxar Jygono wbeD forlorn woman In btuek came up to me Cit the piazza nnf itslteU for a dipper ol wlto CertaiBlyi I ttepJled and keel to fetcia iicr a glass Whw I brpngbtlt her1kilPf There ia another vTpmau n4t by too fence vhO is tired nnd thirsty 1 wftP Carry this to horV But she struot Sef ierldbs aba passed through IherWiudoirtotf IpiHetJ the water oq fliff piazza Oh wliap haTfildbnoP ieioft t hud floorcloth I would wipoftriipiy Ob no matter about tbuvrnter I t dltyon have not iurtyoarsjdt Then fWont and brought more waterfor them both and sent tdcm on their way ro freshed and joIciflgSIrwould be both an endless and un ptdiltable task to recall more df the cu- riouS oxpcriences whit pppolarity brongbt do npon him There Is PI passage among Mr Fields sole Itowr- ever in which he Describes an Jnefdentfl farIng LongfcllowTfl lad visit tQ Era loudi which should not be overlooieu Upon his arrival tho queen cent a grace tnTi message and invited him to Wiudsof castle vbsro sbb received Jiiin with all forolgntributewords of an English hod carriqr who came up to the carriage door at Usurer and naked permission to take the hand Voicefc a George W Wit pruuioinalarts lIIp f-Acreft company ITwQ sons of Barjley Campbell are their dead fathers old plays mmakingoneyEdniqud CoUf will payMnrk AnPP ClcQpatrwnlCbj Obenill JDuke Jaxono a aember of I5e W jlfLt cacufroiuMerryi the gnj t sccalb artUt gSfW t l ScSp a4 IPf4A i I t rxr rHE NIW A LEADER hUUL Jf T EISLEADERj ttr JVlln pi Ar 1toRid k ttJ Fjpft tJlSt i YI r nit dIJtPIIfa RWILDE JENTIST It lU n atl8ts P lftIed1 EEf11i XTnACT D MTuyUT PAm 9 Tri fcprftacflejd evet1df f liatt Ir day and Friday each month t WtGlCM Pos tfflfc i I laia bnjce fro d11 Fourlli AtO Wjii LaUlsvUltr Ii L r W N8IKA f ATTORNEY At if LAW tliff iii C1FFdi 1th ti d ifCiIofit1 BRJiR 1g Ri J FlCE H UkS i tog m 1 itVE TDAY j =J SPHINGFJEELD K it AdC 08 JIt BURTON Pt stINf b f 1 TEETH EXTRACTED WHbUT PAIN I O int1f tiaRHa Dfddi ottfr Sfa l 1R o 4 SPRUHlFI LD ItCpua and BflCJa Vori 1Speciaiiy Tcttel Jj ti itt uthoiDti ttt Hh 1njb jHc1 ettut 9 eili nt1 kul red I1PJ ibis lDa fiJ BH1 CMeseeqaUycftlbie1it feir u hfud pJt1t and f TOrit tetatajr for ore Wifblea thapped lUilifih 1llbIAlmljtlf16 Tilt kn chron1 etffSrt s 25 bU bttbox rCndIs eBtiU6iJowaeti ate nurt wMtJiMflHS fitfedft when in bad eondifloiu Ww Plb6Q pnrififet and J vfermlfagtf Tfifey fli8 toad but ji medicine end the best in use to put n f i horse In prime condition Price 25 lfVUnktA tiIc Tonr lJoweIlWltbCa arita it1Enrtd7 Callmnlc corn ltpaon tonffY Ir C 0 C aUdrUlII rotund monet ffl r u iFittR J H UAMfTOW q aFrICm drrfrf tfirfdtficoosnKa dij rib A Honsehom etfeSsity Sfo faniily nllduid bo Wlthodl Snlojf Golic Curb for all hOt l cohtplitlubt iiitvddri and RoUcriisott REMOVAL f Have femoVed my place of bulLess fftfffl Main street to part of the tteW bttildlns on Wall street neift id the Berry Hotel I wUl Irecip hbthin but the EE8 Hod POREd lilidora arid ask a share of your JOHN f GftfiBNiS 1 0 VE L IN O bAY I Ike taxntJveprom Quinlh lufletit druggist rCfunll tho anoh t If It Inllp to cure 2Founle by ttt1ydtm A RoDorUon and Waters t Browfic j jF Bb0 Sino ImUBEN MOCK r J IBLACKSMITH t OCarri ge qparing land JEenoral it1ung AH work 4I arantoQd to ih7e fiatUfaetion t tUd OnsEYo hop fI TCrFIBnD KY s Ioat T1I1t u4 = J A1fJ- TOlqisltl tbtUI e4sU farflter111fm16r- IIct irSuil orI1fJ T8CUd lcr 1re Nc JACItblJWnnJeroworktr thBt m1 tlW All wnitts or luat11Dj tCii1 Dcoldc nnil free wl1 uUomaJeoCbIcpC rN ff F i J 1J e 888jTFE have th CORN Stoves and Ranges andaU the oihii pod WoSe Cull and see our line You mUst see Our W t 1 i rJ ptQatrDoV t11 j ky t f C a1 lscgi v t 1t5 e 5 lButh f ngjj lketstJt t i41 SWPr1t1tlonD lama at Itwt 11 j i t rEspeciall fi this the case with soroti I Stoves The ACORNS however aril I so perfect that they Sever get out J I f Ofdert morning flogn fir fifghV BUILDER S HARDWARE AND PUMPS Cb6e and See tis and we treat you right The filmllS dll Heater = fhe latest invent- ionM2ELROY SHULTZ tI W lSf P P t qj aUIr MBOUT TQiAiN 1 Sijf ff J lW s m ftitH brlId fair a qtlir tt Bortlems ibnk 1 THEltfsMQtetfttoriof earidles can btf biight lit firtleJOs Hal keeps thjly the freshest and best AMtJCH ri edgd improvement DtiS bij n meLda by tll r adl1itionl tit two g60d crossing along main street FnESabmr a h nt ffeSIi pi arid cakes ori Ijarid at Hertleins Nice rolls jtidt tom rthe ayeb l1tJ 50 j Waitr BlWTft for ydtlF eodUn any qtiatitfty ffttfi a bustiel to a car IQEQ Vbff Invest market BtittMAN SOHMBitK fhi th iiarfie Elf the artist etigaggd by merfhisf will fiddress e voters of WdshingtQ jorunty at Maudt Qn SlUthElayi M s MAYE tttEf tn dertafs are having bttilt it fimv stabg and hearse sheft at tbtt rear dlt1MJr piade of business Ht B T llEn iEt atlJ1mm w sp lt ttf1eCUtittilld this ofternoctoi WI1J C Willis will spdttk liefft on the 23d j lfiE town authorities ate doitfg a good W0r1 in having tbe old cisterns and wells about town dldaried out and made ready for a tttJrl 10 THOSlfeok LAKE handle 1yII j Cdfl glv6 you bottom prices Give them a tridl OV TERS sdrVBd in any style and at all honrd at Konrad Hettleins Fresh fish dvory Friday Extra select oysters at 50 cents pdt quart AViiQ sold our Livery t tabl I all persons indebted to us are notified that thdlf accounts must be settled at ont JACK W TMOMPsOK 4 jOlt SATDRDAV tiWfc frt Jl pnJ the BaileyParker jdirit flObat will take place at tlid CdUrttioUsd here They will rid doabt at tradt a good crowdIMH JAMES EDELEI 67 jrbars of age arid about the oldest diti zen Of the county didd last Thursday and was buried at Stt Dominics Cemetery He leavtte a large faniily connection TilE rain thttfc has fallen iti this vicinity is barely enough to settle the dust Rd freshen the atmosphere a bit Wtiter is still scarce and the groURtl is in no foondition for plowing Ifc SOHAN the new meretat jitditor viluJseadvortiBemed alT pears onanather page is a good f workman anfl anyone having vClbUlCS io 1JJ1n1tor desirinf a n fi t tijtj new suit made should give hiiIn 1911 stifles of ffl6tiri ftt the church elbSefl 6n last Sunday riigttt Jr Bom say Wild cyildu6ted thd meetings made many admirers wHile Here by His I rood arkl sdurid gOspel pr cdng R WEAVE of L0aisv110 is tIn vKjtmg a series oi revival meeting tbis r0ek MI the ap tlst CHurlBb T1I0 meetings are yr ell attended and Iff Weavers sermons are fpreible and ISter l tiDgl i1ltdiiV TngzlliS1N 1100 ooJd his hvery stable out t0 Messrs George Wbtwpton ari4 Dudley Tapp Tliese young rten are afraidtosucfeed in their new ttridertakn MRS KATE WiixiAifs the millinerj desires to announce that the ladies of Springfield I tffiU Yiotolty ttte cordially invited to visit her rooms on Sfur floy uextf and inspect her stock of bats and millinery gitodaem brftdltfg oil at thw latest farll styles and upto date notion THE fsilowing election officers Udrve been appointed for the town election N P J A Hsndren Jttdges J P Hagttny Clerk C A Tllomp cm JBheiff lite voting place httff not yet been sele t4r4 but it will be separate from the ootfnty election polls EvERYOi desires to Ifoep in fornwd on Yitkon the i9ndyke and Alaskan geld fielftSr Serid lOc foY Jt rgtf Compraditfrn of vast irifdfttlktt aid big JdJofr map to Hamiltdti Pub C1lf Inr dianaolJi InA 0t JIM MAlTift OL a ycmflg iflart abdtit SO ytttfM df tfgd Wfls ad judged rf luritttlc in a trial b fate County J04g0 tlionlltstm last PIMa H0 is supposed ta havd lust bis mirid tbrougllgrJcJf dvprr tho death df His sifter tIE was byyiiofilDohotioy IA 8rBdfAi to tlie Courier Jounrul Hiiy There was a good dfdwrt at Liberty U liour f otfappeal to thtf rtllviirlUm to ouma btHJk mxl i alilt M Uilt llo Popu listitf jtointff til Mid OhlltuHo platform flid HdlJH o wuw enthusiastio ttml tho nllVOHUiN admit that he nMdd a gdod rgttl merit The speech hud u godI a d TUH Charity OiUb fl pfopdrlif g 1ari erifertainmont fUr Thiinks giving Xt will be made np of an oratof leall contest ifl which t Miss Clttrkfy Of Danville will be one of the participants A spelling riJatdil between Willis bisxg and Sptillgfield will also be we of he ftjafiirds The cliib tt vlll also serve e County Courb e I j i Jr fi f ware 1il1af1i ed Wdf 1iI1Warf G anizecfi fubsJ BueYts Et htthBJ will MafeiaWafe always Cooper 4 4 day ih Nowmber REV B F AtkQ1s1d gkff of the Pleasrait Krfrf Mettiodlst Church WhfoTi wtfe destfdyed by fire lust week says tHdt tIre congregatitn vrfll nlftke tin effort to rebuild tHe ctiUrctt bouse1 arid he is mrikirig a carivtfaff among the members tWs W ek to su what steps can be t k8 towards erecting the buildfog TTkf loss was a total one ttiere being no insurance on the property whfat ev r CLEMENTS MAYfigyitheFunerSI Directors rife dgal n prepared to aoconfrilddattf the people Ih everything pertaining to fmftJ als Having purchased tho verjr best Hears arid horses that tWIll bo hSd they flow havd the firiest orjtht in Cktftfal Kerifucky w Cdffinrf caskets rdbs arifl wrappers tfi all grdtfs ladles misses rfrid chil drjen s slioes clippers djc Men and fcbys hose slippers Ct Everythm infugltfable ffl the waypf funeral stijpplids can be foufid there Sir Cleftient a graduate of an embalmingschool is readv at tiny dUll afl times to render bis services tortfra public Pam bdys tfbollt tdrwfl indulged iIi ari dgg tlfidwlrig da IdSt Sat theyl8ltat dignatldn add fli5 targets f6r tbeir stdti eggs were two buggieS daoh cdStairiiflg a druhktfil white boy arid negld wttriaE Tho buggies were dr vell through the stfeets SErvfrLt tinies under the full gJard df the mdOn until the raw y dtftfU auts were pelted With a shower df tiggsasn gentle hint that such performances wduld riot be permitted fo go uriridtlced itt Springfield The y ririg ttleri dd riot live in tins ilelgbbdrhood rfrid they ill their ms ty detorture failed to lewve ant address boliind THE Ball bete Of Whom there afd qilltd a riumber Jri this Boun ty including tile Browns and Thotapsona will be interested in the tollawh1g itftm the Tinies The Treasury Department at Wastiirigfdn Mas Xfrittdn to the Ball heirs tliat there is rid money of the estald In ifVst 6t the dcrpar tterffc There is tj Pronoh syoliatiori clcuraiI of 3000 but that is All Tbd lldlrs of whom there afeseveialhuridrea Chfak tlliii Jds pli Bally wild dodvj ome sixty yetar ago left Vuluublorcul estate eightytares uoroH hi Philadelphia Under a lung IUM1t wliich hrtsjtisfrrtiri oyt Mr John L Ohiltori oi txutoVilto is orieoi fihehelrsv Alrlmwldtft Ball oi Meriiphis laM Is another Qlaiiri was made td ronriy riiilliorisr THE filattf Syriod of the South erri rresbyteriari Churdli meets Inyeafl s sstdrf Ifl Bardstowri tddfty ftrt the fliseussidtt of clirirdli affairs Tile Sfrritfds fiidetiag win be largely attwiaed eighteen members domiri lrom Ldtiisviild titdrie As the g riod riiimbers thft piaster and tme elder from each eburcli Ja the 2 1 ijWg t StatejJtna number who Wiii lake tJartf in tiie Hardst6vTi confer 6tide Tflli be 6yecpne hundred The1 roceedlfl tltof thevgyhod win beund rt1i ttk1ddrdtorship of Rdtf W E Keller of Wood land Church Parkland Some fmportant matters will come up for discussion Jv Latfson of this place is there to ftipke sent the Springfield Presbyterian Churdh PERSONftJ =Will Casey was In Bard town laa eek B Hi Lake la hero from LouIsvUle tJ11s wed visJtlngItf1tjd Minn Laura Ray of Louisville la hee aa A titU to the famllf of Dr W WBay W 0 RoxfeeYa cf Lebanon wan OTeffeJftflfdflyf the guest of his ristef Mrir Ffefl Hagan Miss1 Rntb tiatlbn who baa been vteitlnj her sister Mw Ed avlson ban returned to het b0mo afr Gentry vJelnd Dr Hatfer Sord left thIs morning for Naabviltof Tenn to enter Vander bilfr University I to complete bis studies in dontlatry Oapt Tom English parted through hen Tuesday en rome to Bloomfield Wheto he goeil tcctnducE Ute lJale of the Baghe Bros Dr Leroy W Primi of Ashovllle N On fffa visitor afr Mr J Q Manff tteloVff He Is retoming fremr o trip to Ann Harbor Mich Mr Henry McEiroy of Letfononf well known here waa married Toeu day to1 Miw Annie Brooe at the Pheonlx Hotel Lexington aMr and Mrr badtfrf ilerawr 0 Ji Haydon R O Oraycroffc JIm Hoe Axthnr Campbell were among the visitor from Springfield to the Bryan speaking Record W Edgar 0 LewW who is traveling man with friends In Spring field and MIss MInne Drye were married nt Burdfordsvillo yentcrday Both of the youn people are known herov fG B Grtmdy while retarning from Lebanon Monday had his hor0 itarmt away with him tnrowuTghlnr out and bridging him eonsiderably The buggy wav demolished =Dr MHo Saun came in Tues day front ar trip to MHdlesboro and DanvHte While afclbo former plaice Dr Saanderu amisted in the Install ation of Rev Logan the new pastor of tho Middleaboro Proobvterlan church Jhr Baundtnw itr attending Synod M Bardgtown today PQLIr frier m poadent Mr 1 f Bishop of 0ensbiofo ia with relatives here Mrs Alioe Green and little Edna and Oakley oi Early Times spent Saturduy and Sunday whh Mia J A Bishop Luther Oaslf attdf tIle spent Sat urday in YOUr town BOBW To the wife of Jf Bish ep a girl the fifth f M Strange is itr tnt with tyyhoidpneumoms at this writing Mrs Belle Finkstdm who1 hillS boon quite ill witff typbjid fever w tbougbt to he improving slowly DlBp At hill home Wednesday evening October 6 1897 Bud Gist He fell asleep only to ritfaien hi beaueh uin that house ol man riransions wbefe a place Bars boon prepared for him His remain were taken to the WHIisburg com= etorji and in dIe absonee of the preacher Mr T ft Trent tend the Twentysoeond chapter of Hetala1 tions and gave tr beautiffll talk tar the Boirawing oneo Wee ing 07endnre for a night but jUY eometb m trio morning ArId while it ras night to the sorrowing ones bete his moinmg had dawned fa that Cfty where there is oothing Mr Gist ball beeft suffenae tatheart tremble tor some months Bud welcomed death when it earnej for hrs way was clear end bright He leaves a wiie and five chiMrCDf an jtged mother rister and brother ndII number ot other relatives who moUrn not as tboeo thftt hue no hope Tho courmunJty extends syrflpathy tcnho bereaved Little iimmett Gist is rfuite 8i ftHh typhoid fever Mr Wdlis Somonea artd oister Mfs fluwelh spent Thafeday tiith bishopWe to sajf that Miss KIttttio Jamitfk is out dgaJn utter a spell of fever Misses Maggifl and fidrsa iteyn = olds Spent Bands evening vCith Miss LUHe Hardoaty 8 lit Bishop Anj John KevnoldR went to honf tbe lion W JBryan syeak MoflduV We ore sorry tQ lltrIithiit Mr VillOidt 13 iru betf0f aVtbis writ i rj t Y CATHARTIC CURECOnTIHmOM lnrtrMlr TMtrlrMMi SMI lu tit LATEST FULL NOVELTIES CAiST EIE SgfeN AT M Gh rd Rob rtsri i In Dress Goods Dress 1tIJ 11ngs Readymnd Dre8fSIftt8i ladies and Misses TrimraeHatsfj Corsets Kid GrloYes vv r Hosiery1 dnd TJiaer 8iJ We show the largest stock of Shoes of any town in the t ead our prIces rt1 r right An inspection of our st1rck iSolicitefl McG1ordr BbbeAsoii 1 lUiJLbniiiio tlTANTED I Over4OWva6anclea ercrai timci as manJ ndN it mcmb ri lust haTe RANWjs No charge to employe tor fcbmmPnUtig tead en OUTMK fjfoARS tl IAfflut Ro r tA x 1 liOTTONTVACIHRS cltMAfcli3Dinu LoflSTlUit f HrPj l1bucl11a Er 1 u8 C9TLpfmrborrf tHtrl1ierli + fp6j6S CMdJgicflafo Southenf Tftcauclcs Loolatllle oMcC ODe 1eR1atent f ootf1o Physicians R COi111t1e1i IoW Rtl 11 f1 WtttibDt Stfl PtS i6fl c4ri ftett httagine tr am tffdutrar duties 6f aRbtell n er durliIg bT1S UlC7l 61 f VorIdg Fait w6 511ftfdm tTieak d6Wira miit 6f mote Ujfterul stffenitK thanjrfysat Tovrardffthe cTbsft orflitf F lfAsbii 1 foaSd myself WfJflM dtt bflidat 4nd rierfous not fad nz lie iflfefeStof a health m m 01 6Us Our tr6bS 6b ali r 6lrl 1 ced onrBl6wJ anJLiver dN rr Fome ai fMb St f is Uf Ifiqperieiire Ih fradK lid isiftNrefe liar my re5t6fJm6n an iplislie the w6rK cbrndfetdy I am cJiI tJUrBe r- prFot safe by Haydon A HoWrtron i Lcter SudkWg blatac m r tlfu1t soot1 ivtordffVjndT nir dUy ntofrimg ifestf j dbdttt 4J 1imjad bigbV Iard f f irifdrniatio0 M hLf t9 it9 tfJrtJVtftl fJKt 1 s Y rYt Y Rt1tti1 iif JJdrtt fdnotewt i t atid faf irifuMeS ereft t9afh of many 3fktrS Btatfdlnfr ttttT btf cWod1 6i wWrtWttf WltetH4oJ s1vo 1h nittetJgQi6D and heal It IJthotffeat pile Vlltctf nt J 1f1ltactel Jf X1aJ1611t there is a Mrs Molaprop living tIPj town 7boaOr qoter blnndcra iu1eibt iitd jr ttalk wbnld fill g dabed tot nn e Mid fcost 61 them nro fen eiiOBgb to dcseryto frnWi6atJ Bbetrfl tolling oaeifihbortirtr other day abwt friend ol hen jrhofia4 agbt Allcf cle Hd wen and bough tholbinBl aidsb6 fcx lCf auawben be went but toridJ ifriho iinthlilg foakuow It felt aporti WhY dot y em goaea I to blDir toa got a good trbeeV tod pay lofitorJlhoKnropcanplaur It Ycstei flay tbo ftenl ovet to n neigbof1 boose fof it recipe lof inoyonuaise 3rccsijpg Bbosaid Bow flyd fld Mrav BmJtbt 1 want to toako tbickfin lAIod tonighfc aftrt 1 thimghl Id ge fod to 6fTO melt eclp6s =ptclioTOeiug it W tw6 eyJtt btlIloi iloynmensind dreasiugi laifj frintei her house canght ftrb and ivY AtghJr floteftgetl Io hr friend htf ftiflalnea that tho troubW wtlROnC19 tfby fiislnfooted flno On unotlter cjxsdofl an acoi cnlo urred orfihe Bbreet opp Htfherhoueebo Ild htr etoDle trore discwdng Ibc afifair ocrosa tM backfenofc I didnt kuotr thera w en aocidenl at oil till I board theavfl lancho acomiii dptfa tha jitroek aringiu tbo belfc Sho also told Mrfc Smith one day fbnt Bhebad read irl tire paper that tuilk w ccoil aiwTot6 iur toiaoii Jv lifwi ra6fDnfertsmall pillsla sfce bUt aremosV tfecflvo fn prevoirtin tho most icriour fornalptlrver afti tftotda b troubles They tfure conClfpaf6n and neadacha nbdregu U1t tbn e W totsBfoW1uf ZYe bodlkfi CcKcarbts Csody fcatharUe tbo ostT b r derlul tuLdfcal miicovery p ale jiletw aatand rcfrrsftinjc to tho iaaic art gently arid positively on kiilnojs liver nndbowel cleansing flio bntlrt ajr8tqitf cUt roldt cur e1 vpr li llt NlntI Uon and bnr F PtU bM ncr Uta box o J CfodailOe CI litso Holdand guomnte d to cure by nil cirrirBl s ffi loujft ef Ktct LUg Tf6 Mesr iid G iiSnmpt i6ftG ii flc GW 1f rmm i irooW ii tRi 5fft ind cf it OftSThe dfeiiftWeiifffierf e Yorfifciomfef T A Sr nio demtl6sih rttiits Mk vcfj of- a lJfa r nd8 i1ote6 mp tloh ftiKW SS ftlMtof inff1 arf btoDChhift tnilg I s atublm g iTttd tr fo atgen- l oral rfeclfao a weak eff iari ot fes ail l conctt nf 6f Wsfinj aWiit wlft tend THREE FRO B Erifeff rft dWefisBt or bft W di ttWer1d ft1 61 lMi te aller t1nfiij Ulbllt VftltJtiffdr t fi tiaito 8cl11ttti6 i 1 6Tiieii ti UlS pe tffj bt ftt llJffb ard 16 oonSfdttl tt i driiptti f6teR- r t tif tferfttt in1UDftt ta clbktii- II ttal pf MiM l1fbte u BtffiAci dfally rf t6ioMn c ttraft 61temfst eXp llilt cr tu Wadelf to hte Itjr na be elaUacd ifjriatf iftodf n IM ti ttluntt 4 ttmUnftrotib t nfdAtirilttt4 jtil1ds iferfcotfaiaVEuro tjj6IoH It dioua rdlii tko ctiltiJ In m artfot Ui6 ttrltd- H ka1lI t t 6 bf e iaI hC 4Mit lliJtf6fet raj t ift tfODt1Ifdl uitftttlfr mdj ecdttnDc effitI deatfi Biapir vnhs la Tr A iSfeeite MGr M Pine sfreet Yew iOTli living pottrofiee tfnrf cxprei tdtfrcMt tflrf ik f ctte Jelrd mff 6opf6itJfMtt1lfr feifferers ioH tlld a tft tw geierll prtposUItfff we teti tb ti tt t6 L if Jmterln ti8 ZthjfdiJ tahue denS fl1fei 5 ifd tiiislii1tfll ii1IF f trfSiiTrtto Hii p t laMGri t1ub1a1UI SdfaS dtf1l all Jrrt oruptfonrf and pVAItHiol1 tftfrtss gffet 6r Ap Jiy rC4 ltcffh IS gtlattatfefd tli glVff per fcpt eatlflf action tr mIitdt D S NgfR DE I ttKetcHIJ fOtddu11I f RRELl aiWl R OiFAiElt fi iftsJ tf14HYAVE JOtt Q J t Jwt Pr 1A L a tHE NEWSLEADER d k f y t 7 oS I Jpoama for Infants and Chlldren j The Facsimile Signature of I i f 7i Appears on Every Wrapper V Ct rr oi r amccr c tv il 5 If v ORDINANCE Enacted by the Board ofrtor Trustees of the Town ofI Springfield Ky SVHEUEAS the town of Spring Jleld acd the citizens thereof are not suttbientiy supplied with 6water by onof wbichthJt 4 health of the people of said town 1sv liable at any time to be destroyedI by fire and Ion the want fQ cater supolf the rate of tire in iirance so high that many per sons cannot afford to insare andI ISVbereis in order to procure a sujHalent water supply for said town it will be necessary to Incur indebtedness the paymentof wh3h cannot beOmet by the levy authorized by law and Whereas it is determined that It will require an expenditure of- tEgbtJ to procure a aunlcient supply of water for said tQwn estimated by the Assessment next before UitI iJast being SJi81 690 and tliere being no indebtedness against said town itlis therefore by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Springfield deemed necessary io incur sid indebtedness off Bight Thousand Dollars 8000 f lor said purpose and to test the fience of The qualified electors of of said town of Springfield as to i whether or pot sid iindebtedness iihall be inpnrTed for said pur posd lti is therefor ordained that an election by the qualified tOiVnofSprinlIfIel a SrIngfid Ky between the ttours of 7 a DJ8na4 p m on the Second day of November 1897 the regular election dayat which election there shall be vnbmitted to the qualified elec tots of said town the question whether pr not the Trustees of saict town shallI in the name ofr said town incur au Indebtedness ri of Eight Thousand Dollars and isaue audi ltbe bonds of saidj town at nqt less than par to raise i saidl sum QfJ ght Thousand Dol lars the proceeds to be expended in procuring a sufficient suppit of water for said town said bonds to beart o exceeding 6 per cent x1apd pSyablef semi annually anadue twenty years after date with the rigltjt reserved to redeem any of said bonds five years after x their issue and to levy a tax each year on the property of said town sufficient to raise the sum of eighti hundred and fifty do l lIlars per year to pay the cost of collecting said tax the interest oil said indebtedness and to create a sinking fund for the payment of the principal of said indebtedness For the purpose of said election the Chairman of 4 1 the Board of Trustees willcause the proper official to procure I proper ballots hereunder for use 4 in said election tH R THOMPSON Clerk Board Town Trustees A E SHULTZ Chairman An Important Addition laTmedic neflsDr Delis Pirie Tar Honoy jfilPiiess in its nature yet almost infal liblo In its action ttundoubtedly the C most officacloua moans known today of curing coughs colds and kindred dla+ caser O od druggists sell it at 25 on a gaarautcc S F Watch for Em tz A set of swindler i arc said to be cy o ki neighboring countief e sc- pecially agents for the sale o f Iraall mills for grinding bed One farmer in a community is given the sfclR8iy agency and assured tbat j rit will make hini rich na abort tiaae He sigas what he aUpposelI 4 ctobe a contract to sell trio ii1 i ITc- 1 but it is a note when he sees ic at- eth banklIA new form of swindle baR comei light from the rural districts A party of tramps who represent thfemselvea as linemen in iho employ of somo telephone company ealand sleeprt the expense of the fvrmors along the route leaving them aa pay what ibey claim to bet ordeis on the company saying that an agent will be along In a few d toystosettlenever comes Ilarrodsburg Demo c ratbITost alt Druggists sell you what you ask for Some few tb will auk you to take something which claim is A little m 1omB toilscold aqd grip cure After you try It puce you will like It too well to accept any suoatltnto Telephone War Danviile is tbreatered with a telephone wax similar to the one TherAdvocntotthat Danville willsbortly be in the tbfoes of a local telephone war It having become rumored that Prof tEddy had sold his Danville ex change to tbe Bell Company J b VaWmkle and Will J Price eel JDdependeutfrun operated by Danville capital Today they and their agents are ecounng the town for subscribers at 8125 for residence and 82 for business houses These new magnates claim that they are making no fight Prof Eddy and that their enterprise will not interfere with his toll lines fO surryunding tow so Thej claim that there are Independent ex changes at Lancaster Stanford LebanonBndot6er towns with connections all throncb Pulaski Adair and Casey counties and pro jjected lines to Georgetown Lei iington etc will put tbe uew Dan 1ville wires into perfect outside con nections without obligations to tho- r Bell people They also claim ex elusive right to connect with the exchanges at Stanford and Lanc astei The town has a right to grant permission to two or any number of telephone companies to do business in the city and there will therefore be no obstacle iin that regard to the proposedenter prise Mesers VAn Win Ie and Pries will be givon a hearing before special meeting of the city coun Ioil next Monday night TO POULTRYJIEN EVERYWHERE We claim that the RELIABLE POULTRY JOURNAL consisting nf 04 to 100 pages issued monthly and nasty Illustrated is one of tbo very best poultry papers pub llshod In this country No matter what branch of tbo poultry busluosa you are engaged in it wilt Interest you and help you Do not take our wod for it but drop us a postal cad asking for famplo copy This aamplo will peak for un RELIABLE POULTRY JOURNAL QUINCY ILLS ENGLISH PRIME MINISTER lie BM the night to Adrlto u to ETorj Department Let us consider for a moment what is the real 03 cqntrasted with the theoretical position of tbe placthes his cabinet He is commissioned by the queen to form a cabinet because lie is the man whom she considers to possess the confidence of the ma jority of tho house of commons Ho forms his cabinet by asking certain members of the two houses tQ hold mightdosulting any one U3Un1lyhnppcna mission to form a government has been received the prime minister takes into his confidence tho two or chiefrdthey together talk over the other names When a man is decided upon he as a rule joins the conclave and helps to consult as to men and places and so the cabinet gradually evofvos iself No doubt Ill generally bopponfcin fliis wofldj i X 1L e tl1Gpn1e 41D1StOrD CnOlC918 Db really free Certain men must bcriri tho cabinet whatever happens and hence they may bo saul not to be chosen by the Fernier but to Te ministers in their own tight In spite liowoyerr ot this the fact that they aieasked to serve by the premier mikes them feel his su periority When tho cabinet is mado tile theory of the unwritten consti tution is that the cabinet governs In reality it seldom does anything of the kind Each cabinet minister has very greatjpower in his own dotpartmont but the cabinet as cabi net can do littleizSince however it knows everything or almost everything that is going on it can oxerciso c great deal of indirect power The pro ious knowledge that the majority of the cabinet would like or dislike a particular policy has a groat influ once but still the cabinet docs not rule Who then really rules I The prime minister but limited in way which we must describe Liter What gives the prime minister this power t In the first place he sum ona and presides over and Bo llargely controls the cabinet meetings Next if a vacancy occurs ho fills it and so can promote men from the lower to the higher offices Then hocananddoesconferwitihii- oUc aguos in reganfto the business of their departments and has a hold upon the whole machine government SirRobert Pool saw every member of his cabinet separately every daybAgain if there is a difference bo woon two other members of the- government the premier decides If there is an irreconcilable difference etween himself and a minister it Iis tho minister and not the premier who resigns Lastly the prime min ister cnn by resigning himself dis solve tho whole ministry These things small in themselves taken together make the pfimo ministers position what it is Ho makes and can iinmake a cabinet He presides over it and ho has therightto advise in regard to every department thougb this right is of course eel dom exercised and he has secured to him beforehand the support oi tho rank andvfile of any cabinet if it comes to a straggle between him and n colleague because the rank and file know that it the premier is beaten he has it in his power to upset the whole machine in govern ment Hence the voices of ttiose who want to keep in office are al ways found on the side of the pre mier London Spectator NOVELTIES Silver handled scissors uv all sizes arc incased in silver sheaths The garter vUh a heart shaped photo graph bnckle finds patrons Table knives are furnished with ell ver handles in patterns to match forkd and spoon A pleasing fad is that for nrt colored t glass vases arid bonbon dishes in silver jilt etondardat Yellow Jack Killed Cascarets Candy Cathartic kllln yellow Jack wherever tbOV find him re ono who takes Cascarets regularly and sys tematically la In danger from tho dread fat disease Cascarets kill yellow fever germs in tbe bowels and prevent now ones from brooding lOc 25c all kruggistn Yellow Fever Germs brood in Uto bowels Kill them and you are safe from the awful disease Cascar ets destroy the germs throughout the system and make ltlmpou4bo for new ones to form Cnscnrota are the only liable safojtuard for young and old against Yellow Jack lOc 25c 50c nil druggists NEWS LEADER 100 a year FARM FOR SALE Very cheap anti reasonable terms near tbe town ot Texas 128 acres in good state of cultivation good fences divided in 6 fields 16 acres creek bottom 85 acres in clover and grass Good common dwelling frame barn everlasting water well and springs good orcbard c See it for a bargain Call on J G MANSFIELD Springfield Ky Moments are useless If trifled away and they are dangerously wasted if consumed by delay in cases where One Minute cough euro would bring hntnediato relief Wa ten Browne To heal tho broken and diseased tissues to soothe the Irritated surfaces to Instant ly relieve and to permanently cure is ti mission of DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve Wstcrs Browne 50 YEARS BXPBRISNGE 3 TRADE MARKe qPi4 DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Anyone tending ketcb and dotcrtptlon marQdeklrMoertAln froe whether ui lurentlon probably pun blll ComauntcaUoiu ttrlctlr eoaSdeaUti Oldest uttnej forecurtnspntentfl offlcoPatcnupedal notice in 8OIENTIFIO AMERICAN beuUfIthT lUuatratad lured clrclIlAtion of JOOIuoli4lDBOJtMUNN CO 381 Ilroadwny New Y rk No man or woman can enjoy lIfO or no complisb much in this world while stiff erinjt from a orpld liver DeWltts Littln Early Ktaors the pills that cleanse that organ quickly Waters Drowne 4t4 t 4i i 1 II MANY THINK when the Creator said to woman Ih sorrow Shalt thou bring forth children that a curse was pro ounced against the human racev but the joy felt by cvetMother when she first presses t l1 theart h trarrDangerthe pathway of the Expectant Mother and should be avoided hat she may reach the hour when the hope of herheart is to be real ed in full vigor and strength IotMOTHERSso relaxes them system and assists Nature J 1g1 that the ncc essary change cTi1f takes place without Nan Ifl 3qAw sea Headacheor Gloomy Fore boding of dan ger and the trying hour is robbed of its pain a landmothers have experienced Nothing but Mothers Friend does this Donc be deceived or persuaded to use anything else Mothers Friend Is therRrw testromedyeror oucuswmerspndieiihlgW7W Of druggists at ClXO or sent by man on receipt price Write tat book contalnlDegfo information for all Mothers mailed rThe BrtdfleW BenUtor Con Atlanta Os OUR FRUIT TREES Grapevines etc never wore more thrifty or better developed Our bud and graft wood is only cut from trees and vines in our orchard of 75 acre5IGARDINER BROS- DEITSTILLE Kr tt Nelson County TH- Em YORK WORLD I Thricca Week Edition 1C Pages a Week 156 Papers a Year A pnper an useful to you as a great 86 daily for only ono dojlar a year Better than ovor All the News of All the WorM All the Time Accurate and fair to every body Democratic arid fr the people Agniust trusts and all monopolies Brilliant illustrations Stories byreat authors in everyr number splendid re din women and other special depart ments of unusual interert It standsfirdt am ng weekly papers in sizefrequoncy of li 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