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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iE NSVS LEADERs tf ttUsle j L4PWU 1O3 a comWnaUonO Wasigon pounty Lcndcrj14i 4Ft t 3it r Sprl efl lliNws18bO1 Jr 3 tw i j ilJ t C f New SriesmVo1l V JNfo 24 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY 15 1898 1 oo A Ac Mr eua the Wgfcert grarfa klai powder faipwa Adset teot 4ow It goetooo 4tanl fartMrttMa other br11e4 t IIlIintIY Pllre f 4 cowrwwv DIRECTORYt SPRINGFIELD countv teat ot Wash tngonOnuntyZ22n11c8 southwest of Lex fngtoACTtnllftjftom Lxratsvflleon Bards + town ran b ftf LbnlsvUla and Nosh vlll 1 railroad jn a fanning And agricultural dis iitct TfO banks telegraph and te1epboe jtnoi express office flour mill jmbcr 1jarda Population 1100J population of county 15000 Rejreeeatative non Dnt Congress Jl K RftpresentaUralnltontucky Legislature KflujbIiau KepreteataUre la State Senate lIon u d iCBdrd Bpriogfleldi Ky qO1l44YDJRECTORY I i OlJtCUI caunT IrcuU Court begins on the fourth Mun la February Nay and October CEIattersonJndg ii WBSweeneyO iatnonTealtn Attorney MCmpbe1lo aUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Mon day In January April Juland October Nf B Ltrttoyrudgk v tf cdutttvooUqt It j Conicr Court meets the fourth Mons dv fa each raonth cAWYI4kbr euntezc TSMftyep oourar Attorney s J g a lthjJLller f Tn BPowc11 Sherl1r WRofittma i JF 1L11e1 tDot DCPtlos JW CEoBke r 1sb tlfa i 1Jr1Jooritrounty vneyor VT P OBryan Assessor a I faril I1oflu1 ft 4 A ftmpbI1ll l lJ a t l LtQttl t1 t w H Baker1Ptk Judr 4 1l JjU U 1rsbrd w b RI ttY Attorns r Jr ii ll jv jUHftcB oquRT Jndober Ju tiiepi qrts arc held in qanuaryA rUfC f j i ftJt MfS 3HOROH 4 i iIZirr G O Pugh Fv tor Services every 5 Suniwr at UK m And Bpm Sunday at 8OT Pfarnr Keetiujj on Wed rse tKf nlqhtatl80 P to t ZFTHdDUOUURC1L 0 Yt r BTAtMnsnn la1Services 011t hiutd Thir Slodaj in each at tla m and p m i lpiIESBVTE tAN CHURCH RerR E O La ionF torS ivices everv Hnndaat 11 a m net p m PraYlr Meet p Aw i y tfhD Xntgg o CATHOLIC CHURCH RerP HcnncsrP8tor Scrviconnviry Bundyat8and 10 oclock an Beryicp- ritStC t Rose same hour a FRTERN7L ORDERS Mksdinc Lo Springfield lodge No 50 e ptocts oecond iIon f in cacli racnth o 4 Washington RO chapter No 27 meets every third Monday A vSpriniBBeld Council No 52 meets everya HourtVMondaJr i KJnainfsqrHosriFilieU overy second a and foUrti1d3 In each month KsnaBraer wifi MACAMEKS Meets every fiIrstiWr av o flmont LindN TIMETABLE t I K irtal and Departure ol Trains t n3r 42 44 tf PM L1I ZM s 45 Mtprngfleld Lv 80 121 830 Vailey Hill 41 30 023 13 471 47 4 181 11 M Croakes 5 54 I 5b 605 1187 WoodlKWri 0 JBpl 13 J 568 1127EarlyTimos6 rJ6 G4O 1115 BaNktowP 23155 50Nazareth 0 SOB 57 sa Samuelst 331 i52110 2 Deatavillo6513 tOCane Spring 053 4 05 B Oi 00 J Hobbs 6 594 OOV 58Clearinont7014504 43 Bardstovrn Junct 1105 00 BhephBriUville 7 20 Hu ra 7f 44 6519 8ouwlarJr 789 v8onth Louisrllle 7 M 5 66 0ULyLouisvUieAi 8050 t TcrsonnU 1I nEE064paJem llcal reference hook an permon alUictcd with any upooirl eliroiiio qr delicate discasn p4XJuUtlr tt their Addren the loading pbysi riant hndHur vong pf the United tatob t t Ijr UutlIawayt OjjTO Dearborn btreot China TOVDKE ACOIU IN OSK DAY Takp Laxative Bromo Qulnln Tahletis Vll drpgglsU roluni thajnuu If h fulVlp euro 25c Forjwlo ly till iu A ftoDortson andWatert Brogue rOntiMlni1tf1 cough Cure 48 tho heal rereptfatloll thatI bavofever sdld o AHanl cant say too much in 1rMeIL M Kflncon Merchant I1 Ge Wiers A Browne L l I It I T1 5r g TH iNIWi1i1 i4 YEAR JourtIshe1donbeth1rd DIRECTORY v 03Bbokor5 u u Vg u If 5 5OJiI iiid Ends oGossip fJ a a c s r s Sr A FAVORITE QUOTATION iTrnthj crosoed to earth shall rsd again The eternall years ot God are hers But Error wounded writhes in pairij And dies among lila worshipers Yea though thou Ue npon the dusts When they who helped thee flee In fear Die luU oj hope and manly trust Like those who felljn battle herer Another hand thawordahalkeld5 Anotber lD4 atnIi13rd Till from tho tramfie s month is pealed The blast of triumph oer thy gravel William Onllen Bryant The Bat tletteld I IMIT Some people have the L impression that a qountry newspaper lire the Jandidate whd i IS in the hands of hiSI friends is in the hands of its subscribers anti the average subscriber thinks ttat because he is a subscriber and conde scends to tate and read the paper that he owns it or at lepstt should bo recognized in its management This is all very well to a certain extent that jis we mean that to a good paidup inadvance subscriber and a good patron wo are willing to pei our columns and to help him or accommodate him in any schemo he may have on hand but there is one place at which we draw the line and rthat is at he point wtiqre fiomia fellow who has been reading our paper forI eral years without paying a ent wishes to use our columns for the purpose of airing his own opinions or of settling a personal dispute with someone tho details of which jsp one outI 0111interi country editor is proverbal pertJhupswhich allriiniQns and disputes may beaif d but us w stated beore there i3 a Point not whtoh J l wG venture to draw thej line We havo sent our paper ut regularly faithfully andi hopefully to several hundred of pur several thousnti subscribers without any rem nration up toI to prosent writing We still have faith however that some of thoso several hundred of thoseI several thousand will some day when they all sell their tobacco come to Our relief but in the meantime we kick when one o he aforesaid demands of usj t1inof telling a neighbor what he thinks of him We leave it tour jimprejudiced readersif tile point has not been reached where ceases to be jyirtuej DEB HARD They die THEY I the downtrodden calamity howler hard times farm r fle is in a bad fix generally i for all of his pet theories about gold standard tarvation prices nd so forth seem to have gone glimmering Wheats up corns up lambs up tobaccos freelsilverthey say except that we dont hearomuch about Ji n wonl account of the war The war fO yes that explains the whole business The war has made prices go up they say and has overshadowed every other issue political and otherwise Such would beTa convenieIt explan ation were it true but facts doI not justify the claims The truths tho war has up to the present time cut very little figure in the values of our farm products and the advance in prices has been wholly due to a healthier feeling in the markets owing to a better demand and a smaller supply The truth is better times are in our midst and the quicker the farmer takes advantage Of the situation and stops speculat ing on the whys and wherefores the betterlie will feel rA War Story WarjBiqVJes are now in order 4t4MrJ B DavenpOrT of this olace relates a very interesting experience which ha had during ih9 Civil War Mr Davenport was with Morgan and one nigh altflft Crossing the OcmboHanci river hwas sent out an a SCOu- ting expedition with Lieut Bait Lancaster who now resides nt Lebanon1 Ky in command ivlr Daverpar left his party and made his way toward Morrow bonmI111andtn avrivin at some time ho began an investi gation of the surroundings federal soldiers wero known to be in that vicinity and Mr Dav enport was very careful lesthia presence would be discovered After waiting in one place for iJ qi1e Qb kchange hi1taii1hen haes pieda short cfisiance jiway some thing glistening in the starlight The discovery bad hardly been made before two ibQts were tired in rapid succession ai MrDav enport He quickly returned the fire thougn tha Qnemy was oat vislole Nothing more was thought of this little epode so frequent were such occuraoces until a feyfrj ears ago t One fivenmg a crowu was gath eredatone of the stores here relating war experiences and Mr Davenport spoke of being yith Morgan at Morrowbone MilL Mr Robert Bradburn who tvasali that time a contractor rat thin place but who now resides In jLoUisvUle was in the crowd and seemed much surprised when Mr DavenporCx told of- bethgwlth Morgan at Morrow bone Mr Bradburn was a Uaioa soldier and he said to tho crowd that be guessed he would always remember Morrowbone that he had something to remena bent by He then pulled his lip dp and said Serf that One of Morgans daredevils tjjosa teeth out down shrtI Trhis story interested Mr Daven portvery much as he was the only one of Mor aDs men that fired a gun while there and he asked Mr Bjudburn how it bap1 peued tIe aidhe was tired tp1oal haV1ugflwoS1fl 1 oftMorgaifssomo umber ore night the ball passing through the corner Oj his lip and plowing out the j enportlliu1oeclIm the Johnny Reo that SDOIJ vyou and afttlr Mr Bradburu wad thoruuguly convinced of thisi he said Iln glad vou did it Jin Ioi gUdl you did it for I Lid tuv gun levelledon you v neD that bullet hit me in the i sureit1but that ball from Toar guntook all the tight out of me for that night Yep Im glad you djd i irenewed they hook hands and their alletriance to the stars and strj pes Larno County Herald Bad mnnngamont keeps moro people in poor circumstances than any other boo cause To Buccossful ono must look ahead and plan ahead so thut when a favorable opportunity presents self ho tsreodj to tnko ndvantngo u It A little forethought will alto save much oxpoiiBOand valuable time A prudent anti caruful inun will keep a bottlo of ClanibrlaI lot Colic Cholera and Diarr boon Remedy in tho house tile shiftless follow will knIt until necessity com pel st und tliun tiiiii his Ifst hOMO olng for doctor nud have a lIla doctor hill ti pay beoidea one pays out 25 cents tho tho other U out n hundred dollars and gettingjsalt by HaydomV Rnoortnon Musicon tuaUruphaphunc Few people appreciate the marvel one powers of the Grapbopaoso as an entertainer It is an instrument which though it costs mnch less than the least expensive musical instru ment will enable its owner to have at pleasure music of any kindfrom that of a bagpipe to that of a grand mill tary band It reproduces vocal selections and giVes one command of every pleasure that appeals to tho sense of boating No investment pays such large returns in pleasure Besides reproducing the musical and other records made for entertainment pur posbs the Graphophono will record immediately and reproduce at once and asoften as is desired your own words or song or any found By writing to Columbia Phonograph Co WashingtonXLwill give full information as to prices Grapbopbono outfits tf Your Turn Sex Everybody has a cold auinotlino yoiu turn will lcomo Keep StIle of Dr lolls Iino Tar Houuy tit hand and b prepared for an emergency This fam ous remedy Will euro a itMd before It 41rI fairly started ornftor U has atittlcvi hut tho sooner you take it tho tlIXIJle- rou get wet at your clrutfctMts Kilitcnto Yonr IJovrels WiiJi Cutoorots OCndy OnUmrMr lUC conm ntlnn toro cr 1Oc1c itt C bit drjssjsui refund touc Stop drugging yourself with tjUHck nostrums ou cures Get n wjoiMcnowji phuriHueoulionl remedy that will do the work Catarrh and coin in the bond wit not cause HiiITtiring if Elys Jreom n lal is u od Drnjjijist will supply 10a tniri sire or 60c fnll SIze We matt it ELY TWOS 84 Warren St N Y City Rev John Reid Jr of Greet Falls Mont reeemmorid Elys Cram Bam to uIt1Isdirected Hov rnncliW Jfoolog Pastor Central Pros Church Helena Mont EEWiTH OURy a J U33 nn s Notices stt1 or Rrnlnj wanted or for bale or exchange inserted in this umn or cninoB Farmers sye quested to send in stock or crop item publication For SaloA No1 good much with fino helter calf fqr sale at a bar gain LOUIS ROGERS iMr Goo P West sold last wookh fine young Shorthorn bull to John WalLfor 103 t J t William Smith flold to Jeff ODaiiol ono good horse f ice 350 i i tIHenry Smith of this county sold uto Will ODaniel two first class mules Price private ttProspects aro Tory idisconragingf9r a fairand trotting meeting at Danvlllo this year and Richraoud may alsofall Into line and give no meeting The SterlmgYersnflles thehluegrasavery flattering Stock farm 0IIIJ W Woodring of Hnrdin county sold about the middle of May his mat years crop of wheat consisting of 1500 bushels at 8131 per bushel He bas been offered 90 cents for this yqara crop of acres 3tA few days ago A J Grundy pur thoroughbredPollAngus poundMrprospocouB farmers and stockdealers in this seotion of tho State will fatten them thOf ror Uftarkcts eb119n Bntorprisb coughformhre wverd cough than Over before 1 liBvo never usol imuiy remedies without rueoivlug mnch relief and bttlbg rc ommeiMird tu try a bottle of Chamber5 lalnM Cough Raniidy ly a friend who knowing me to L4a poor widow Ivotttp JII81 tried it and With the most cr tl tyIng results The first bottlo relieved bottlehilShad an good health for iwonjtv I give thisl oerthloato wJUiont solicitation zrat4ta4ofeltMr Mary A BunrU Clureiiinr c Ark Fur sale by Ilavdon t Hobertwn JLEBANON FAIR oftJiqMarionAssochition to be bold at Lebanon Kyf August 10 17 18 andO 1888 FIRST DAY TUESDAY Aua 16 Tfireomlnuto Trot 8 300 Freeforall Trot brjPaco 300 240 Pace 150 SECOND DAY WKD Auol 17 223 Trot e 800 235 Trot 200 THIRD DAY TnUE8DAYAto 18 225 Pace e 200 227 Trot 300 245 Trot 200 FOURTH DAY FRIDAY Aua io 217 Pace 300 219 Trot r 300 Show rings will occur each morning Floral Hall display first morning G D BoLoniCK SAM T SPALDINQ Presidenti Secretary A tloTor 1rlelc It certainly l oks like It but tboro is reaUy no tuck about It Anybody try it who has lame hAck weak klanI noys malaria or nervous troubles moon he cohunrohimaelf right tiwny by taking Electric Hitters This uiedlcine toum up the wbple system acts ns it Hllmulant to tho lircj and kidneys Is a tilood iuritler mid nerve tonic It euros constipation heuduRho fainting spellH hlcoplossiicss and melancholy It la purely vegetable a mild luxuttvo mid restiinai tho nvsloiit toVita natural vigor Try Elcctrio Bitters and bo convinced tbnt they are a mlrwile worker Kvurv bottle uuaraiitcud Only a bottle hayden it Robertson MAKION SRWrf From tho Falcon Franlc ONeal a former who live rnear Lebanon wits never shaved but once although bo is dflysix years of age When he wns twentyone bis brother and another friend caught Lira and ipplied the razor forcibly thai being his only experience in shaving His beard ishbvv al mot as whIta s suovv Only a short time az3Im Josh Aqn was released from the penltontiury whpre ho s rvud i terra fur larceny Cell con t iQcqrncnt seems to htibdreed so well with Jim that he has al jready started on a return trip to Saturdayjjewas isDilloged andJThomasfeliljsUjrial in circuit puurt on both rcharges the proofs being clear rem the Enterprise In last month Mr Simpson aid Owen SoVtherland hoe a dif dculty in which Southeriand jshot by Simpson with a shotgun pvfclch was loaded with small sbq and at the same timtfSouth orland shofc3impson killiug him instantly SoUtherlapdhaif his examining trial at Liborty and cas acquitted on the groundsof pelt defenso Last week South ferland while plowing in his fieldI cas shot from ambush by somp iinkpown parson The shot took Affect in the foreheadiarid glanced Ipwatd SouhorlancT wilt re lover x hTb0 Lpbandn Baseball team grossed bats wiVb the St Marvs 3pHete youngsters llast Supday What the St Marys boys did to our bitters1 was a plenty The pore stood at the close of the game J8 to 4u avor of St rfarys Lebanon what aIls you j fljiny it again and see i the Qrdtr Bf things cont be reversed LjuJgo J D Belden formerly of ebanon and long a member Inatitutdfaiituted Groomtijrut Piles obtained a cbunge of vphnn to the Adair Circuit cUrtt jfbqut forty witnesses were in1 1 Ireduced and the trial occupied rib days and a baIt The jjury d aturned u verdict of one ibous ana dollars for the plaintiff TA GAUD PBOI 3i CAMPBELL r 80 T I nnlllJJ W p J iiIif fro tHE PUBLIC In answer to an article thatcama out Jh nanny county papers of last week as lb myself I wish say that owing to slow collections and scarcity ofjjnpuey that Iwts forced torrr assign for thebest benefit ofmy creditors and as to my fleeing to ir parts unkrOvvn hud never had f any such thoughts Am hero at jhomy plowing booing iin garden and trying tu make a Jiyiug for the very large family which I have depending on rrfe as all my other businesses in thahands of the assignee Lam aituvng toI do all in my power io settle this and still continue on here in bus mess when I have men for many years in fact all my lifo As to Pension business will say that I have for nine ears fixed up pension papers and that each and every poison has al ways gotten their money at the proper time overy dollar yea every cent that was coming to them as I furnished a goodly number of them their bread aodI meat I usually got the pension money and their accounts whan they came in as any and all of them will state on application to them 1i hope that this explao ation will be plain and sutlst factory m the eyes of many P00fipie who read last weeks Iami and have boon for nine years past Postmaster at this place and never a charge in this l official duty has been profered against me I hope the people of my own and adjoining counties Will readily sao that some one is mistaken as to this matter ResiJec ullycS M CAMPBELL Beware of Ointments for Catarrh 0rliat Contain Mercury as mercury surely destroy the nenso ot stroll ctimpletcly dbrango tbo whole system when entering It through the mucqtiH surliccs Sitolr articles shotiUl no TT be used except on pro HcrlpUons from roputablo hyfcician aa Uie deniago Lhoy wll dolt ten foldto the good you can possibly derive fromjj them Italls Catarrh Cure inannfnct urcd by F J Cheney Oer ToledpO oontalna no mercury andis taken in ternilly acting nlrcctly upon tho blood stud niqeolis surfacos of thJlytttem In iuying Ilalis Ciitarrii Cnrio suro yoti- get the genuine It is takm iatornHlIy anti nude in Toledo 0 ly FMJChuney d Uo ilTestimuniali free Soidiwlriiggtsu jf1 t aialls Family Pills are the bostL fii Ttf Wp Wt1J you to Putntin N44N 6 rDivfc IvetHtiM hey color ttrtiih feat- teitiyni0rft Ir1lJrlghtftr lIi theul u1lier4ia y age fiQltllay wtmaie J Uj c t- t wid tnnfw Et1 JolumnottheNmvs f 1881e 0 j1iuyors j Ll3B8T ADyalTigx3o Mmmm JUNE tgpeport1 CHtTRCH y c j r9 ti j 8igBarlains in CC1Othi iOur Summer Goods must go we Wtci to make room for our fall find wintrg- oods e J 1 We are selling our L w g td s and Pefca1abwcos4 Jt4 r 5t i or r f jf F itk tf Fine Lawns 4c worth roc if Itcir t aP I t j fWOrgandies i3c worth 2OC 2tFrench t 2OCjFetcales Jer MPercales 70 worth loc aJ s French Percale roc wrth 150 r tt lAll these goods are the latest sty lest C i y Window Curtains 450 worth 7Sc Q i1 f t VVmdow1 Cartains 850 worth X25 A f W1nioWhades3oc wot h5oCt frBest JaoIe Oil Cloth i2 I2C WOttl120 L2 6 A fine liiie of Table Linen Naplcin Tmvfl f a1 t the Lowest Prices Also Laces LIiibroidery i t bons will be sold at Cost Pris S v 4 tL t rftSBARGAINS I11 STRAW TIATSy TittIStraw Hats SOcWbrai 40c W Straw Hats 55cv worth 75Q t t btr linjcn Hats 2fic worth 45c T v t t Linen Hats 40c worth 65c v I Also the same bar ain In Men s and Youths JEfats r f 7 cB1gB rga1DsiR e s y Le1W aR I Dont fail to read out shoe a3rtieinffitf rtti best bai gains that have ever been quoted V L Mens Shoes 85c worth 145 Ladies Fins Oxfords 65CI0ffi jOp ttieQs Shoes 100 uorth 150I Oxfords at 100 worth I125 fc Mens Shoes 200 worth 300 Oxfords at I125 woith I J5aMene Shoes 295 worth 400 Oxfords at l65 vyortJv 2M It L Ie wfr i With every trade we ghaway a he iilifil t1frW li h lf 8300 We are always ready to serve you t WI SMITH I COI I Ytk i SPRINGFIELD KENTUOKY1H- AGAN BLOCK z I WILLISBUR G From Our Uogular Correspondent Farmers are very busy just now and the prospects ore that they will be amply rewarded fnr their labor This has been u ne season for tobacco settle which is now over Oorn looker well conbidering the lute plant IJropcctIof IMis OIl la Hawkins of Law re ncf bury is Visi ting friends hero and Ed all smiles now Mr Burton ot Anderson was here a week ago A L Baxter was jn HarrOds burg last week on business Dr Carrier and Herbert DaI ann Cornishville were the guests of the Misses UhoiUhaiu Sunday last Elder ii H Pot eaht Jwife are vUiituigin Richmoul Kyv Miss Nora Campbell of Corn ishville was the guest of Miss Edna Crouch llast week uQurvd 27 CitrS with ICjttiHyD- lSCtlMV Mr G A SllUhon a fniMcbnn of THin ph ii1wrItes August Jilffl Foley8 Kidney Jure is initivtiiiK with wopderfiij It lisa cured sonic herO that phI Aclans prnnoutiratr lueuraWe mv eifRinRble ty Ubtlfyto Ute merits Mv I i4 h sptutare l ktstttli Mud Wetly CHW has liiwl t It suet httt eM wektyitev yvf with tiH i HRfl KulHr fIlit mvt a ou thln idkl neytitt tant4 kw woncfer1 fftitf itC Hi t Ii J hr eJp8rhQ6f r V ro ib tb r arih 1itlnd olerI AA Y i t v e r 25 t is of JndelIii6ettInt Kcoraits Judge Hughes spent Saturday und Sunday at ChIckamauga Pari says the Halrod bur j Democr He was la cyaejt of his old law partner ana friend Colonel E H Guither and through theQl4bel o pleasure of ineetia ttie leading militurv coin mhnders quartered at tbe Park Among the nUni bor were General Fred Grant Brigadif rCiuDeraL Bills Goner iris Brooke Coraptrn Onandler and otiers 1He sliopjc bands with all the Mercer county yo uutpurs nod reports them in good health aud fine ihrs Colonel Giiither is Aoikjng hard to discipline his men and It will not Wi1l1bestfftici6ntJyl rthejront hi belinvetl that the Hfnd rpuirrientt will th PbIitprtl lIrtOlJ Je was ut p isj- tSid tui OvloQJrqra mer to ap pi int fous1 mn froin each bat jtdlllon tto come lo ebtdbky as recjruirtngrpflicun totill up ihovt cotqpfniti5t Efom Al to 100 tnercf- andMiijur f t HiIkuil wtJvisst tfarff I thJtjpCke Wjwmia i aka tls natnttS of All P inswho desire to etl1LJ attI wl4iMsjttThlbra trtt a bar i4 ftt 14Lh4i tlttn9h1 wit 0 vry rjJ cutJ pJictytb enhlt a1id g ii 1bt- ftoObiw1th o the seoiitli4gUiiertt N EDE l IqIoImam r4ik oity4Ca- lasyDiuIOm i my hro Uilii late1ktteas rxomcIctU4 rseuumgtInhiatflaina Palnllni wa fOI1yeft that ga11ut Am reHalMftl y ltliera- havhtestifiedtot t e prompt J1ft trnl- n1I1lnh lJI tbIjIj1jlttPt4Pii14ir enlsiiy Havdukih11P f1 h7 Perhaps you bav made I up your nUndtb1take Sculls tw 54 Emulsion I this summer Then llook for this picture on the wrapper a man with a big fjs1 Qfl his bak L tonbtr let anyone talk to rouo1 somethIng jjut txtas JgoodSfwJien you waat cocf liver oil and theypo I phospbke you want the very best You wiff I 9 them in only one pta Scatts liiiiujjiuijI 1I There isino tthei eipfl sloB like It none other dOeS the same wort r 1 hsft the mf other lJ record pf cures Atttis fkI tri1toC riI T 4tV I w 1 Jyw v w 4 IYNEWS LEADER E L DAVISON jaj THURSDAY JUNE 9 13981b THE war news has been of a very indefimib and unsatisfac tory nature for the past week he press censors of news only Ebwf ten of our army or 0 get onand this tnuclUJ is generally unsatisfactory A Jung delay has been axperienced by troops in leaving Tampa for it Baiitiago and it was not until l ifaesday thattoo lost ofNfoa transportgot away from Tampa flft1at CoIa tatY censors of ijews If theyj hive really started at last andif if th y have not been stoppeM at Kay West and iftheya o not oerhauled 1y a fast dispatch r i wcith deIV Spanish phontoms the trans igorts will probably reach Santi atjo about Friday or Saturday Thefleet consists of fortynine vessels of which fourteen are 1 4wrthips Meanwhile the bravo band ofc marines at Crest Heights are fighting almost constantly 5ij day and night to retain their hold on Cuban soil while th army that should have Arrived v days ago has barely started fromII the Florida coast Moor numer OilS aud unaccountable delays inSSpantish upon 900 marines entrenched da Crest Heights Guantanamo Bay began Sunday night and continued until Monday at day abISi Spaniards weire discovered Thibe mirines still hold their ground Ste Marblchead has been enSqS5forc dbytherl olphhito pro I t bttbemarihesi Two Amen lf c LnS were killed and at least w 0th W9n1ed j Trra Spaniards appear to have reconsidered their original prop qsitioa to exchange Lieut Hob spnand the crew of theMerrimao who were captured jind are no- iJ risonefs in Morro Castle News tCOmesnOwthatCapLGenBlanco says ho cannot treat for the ex change of Lieut Hobson and his men without iinstructions from Madrid v t CERVEBA andhis fleet have V1bo m certainly seen sonie more Ksfar Admiral Sampson reports thatIti noIlanding near Santiago and saw inlthe harbor all tK5 ships of AJdmiral Ceryeras fleet A Word 10 riiyttlcinn v sfy you know that many orond minded JhyIciaus are wthg olevs Iinnoy a ndo Tar Cou Kb Syrup In their nratIcoiThtJifivo foujaiLAo roincay that as gyod SIiSflCtrVTuUtM fng all throat 9dIung conmpIa1piLaLbIsmrcnI uSb v1iciu aydnritttlCvbftrtIlmIm tSAccording tpitnlatcst reportt5 tbere aie Jiiyljl times out- he moutherecqamt of Cuba beLwPtn the Sparish troops and the U S Marines Tba flgbliofir at Camp ntinoud till day McCalllII rsSr iua1Iydeciied to mOt the camp yt6llfissl expospd position Thev blllclmertotthebay and are now freer from tbe hassmg tta ksor the Ii f mYTbe bnriaUof Surgeon 6ibbs and twbhbf11ie marines vas interrupted yjhe tire of Spaniards wbo could plainly what was going von and in the 1 htinpr that followed a braco oj Spaniards sent a hot fire after theSuuDispaqlfbatatanct m the bay The Texas and JPautber answered with ihnir Small guns and soon silenced the Spaniards Tfte eff ct of the immense amount of shot and shell pacred into the bush about he camp is not known but the 4 gathering of buzzards over the liills indicates that men have been killed Livut Neville who 1 lIeumilIISm- l erjpplcd me for years I could not byaicfanswitbtott a L rfnindJ tried your medicine If eeSrnStSSbottles of i J kSr p Q J kto1 Pa- f f with a picket line was thought I to have open killed or captured Jives a thnlUn accouutuf his experience He wassurrounded d by liLhBe were usiUX cuckoo culls as signals lie and his men found the bodies of a Spanish Ileutenits ao itstthe American tfhet The Cuban 4pUol on the Marblebcad was sLAt chiroughare rushing reinforcements from Guantanamo nd fcjantiocn anti I my appear to be detyrraiifudito drive the Araericaus trom the camp It iis probubb that atiat tleship will enter tbts channel 1aud dnstroy the town nuoivlons Arnica Salve Tlio Iwst naive in tke world fnr Cut ruIs 8 Sorus ulron Ulcertt Sit Rlik 1frflbiulnsOinopay1ttj o tfitlxfrtcilou or moni y rfunIudcoi PrlcO25 ceits perhox atUaydou k KoV erbonlillrlUC ltole il Tlie Cuhnn yquesUqn and polltfcfllif ijz1rmk Into fnRlMfcaiica With tbo niati ho suffer frptq qtlcK What ho most iro8 is rclior DeWHtV Witch IInz iivocurepires l S VateNt nVIle Tobacco News The weather and crop report e rforKeuluckyinbislast report s Rainisnowi badly needed I i vithejsa are but few localities in central strctiph nfferin r aiaini of mucn advantage to all crops aCgonsideringi d ltons crops are making good pn gress Farm vvork is well advanced fJc It toba co trans planting whichbosbeei dtldved 4eCt The Olarksyille Times sass Tbe plautars in this section have been troubled withi grass hoppers since the weather turned warm and tbe rout worm bavhoutceudtobiit down tobacco ants The witiged insects have en perforating the leaVes of the young tobacco to a consider able extent Reports from different neIghborhoods during the past fuw days indicate thai ey are abatinc however es pecially since the planters bavp commenced to work the tobacco fields J M BucKner returned lasi WeeklrJDI a trip ihruugn Owen i JBjenry C rrull Trmolo ant Galietin counties where he went t6 Wok over the crop prospect and planting He reports aq alarming state of things in that section and says a seasvnabte ruin has riot been had lu thes counties for four weeks That iin Owen county not ever laO acres has been planted and that l10 per cent will cover thd plant linir in tbo five counties Flanu are getting too large and in many beds the sun has cooked them and what remains must be plan 5oed in ten days or will be unfi forplantinfr Mr Buckuor says he may he ttermed an alarmist but a visit to that section wilt cunviode uyone pro p cts are roost discouraging fur a tobacco crop Louisville Weed Reports from various sections f the state on last eek led us belitve 75 per cent 01 the states tobacco crop had been planted f Report = from hesarxp 4 ysheyst spojftaoubt as to this e beiogi correct at this time No planting has been done in the Burley section since our last re port end frpm eery county comes complaints ot what bai been planted ding In but three of the blue grass counties have gor d seasons occurred in the past four weeks aud the bis Burloy counties SUCh as Owen Qenry Carroll Trimnle MASOU Gallatin Booue 4Peud etOn and Uracken report not over 10 per cent of crop out in KJod uondii tion If it was not fur the fact hadoi ood seasons since planting time begun and das out about 05 per cent of the crop the percentage lowerorTaking the Farley and Dark tions together at the present tfiuB 03 per cepthia liberal esti nuto or tobuccj planted iu tiIce Lute Louisville Weed Fur JatlIg Hun dcopwsnlpfl cnii thnat dltCrrlp and nil DrniuLhtal trnnllo Dr Bwlin t ItieTur Itongy itiaii ofll acious iuiiwly cnroaI1ackinrrjpJmghrtqrn old In bue jnlahU AH TfQMJtslBla soil ItatSSeono gtiamqteo your child puny peokwl and pecv Wit drtos it fret and Ty without scoiiHnj it soyhasmlfripe will Bafoly expel Ibptn and 10 i t ro its health 25c Haydun d Rob ertsonlilxito to Iand rnflr to nw lreparcs n man rot his me in the- Jkl Early tobec ancfaltU6rJr RIior ft the pill tlPt54hfiikeji lire longer and wiser Vateu Browne ITablets Jluclcojo FUn 3intmont r IIevo1 IntcPBO itching it opotbea and heals it euros uhronio cases whore NurgQonflfnll It iaa sciontitic cortuiu ty Ibisnloa incroiwo througb its juro l no experiment K nrybottlo pnar tntcNL 60j Tabes 75u liaydoa 4t Robertson JInyour liver tjrrdrtirtea it fMl to dcIdutvlf8 idont1ieglwt Iicnll for IUgpVf hernon y tperfect liver medioino It cilrea yettllsSon FREDERIGHTOWIV From Our Sjjpcial Corro one ent Mms UeaIric Lodge of St Loais will arrive tonisjht and be jrbo pleasant guest of Miss Pearl Connor for iBonn IshueScMss Mnrv Hamilton of Louis VI lit iRthe guest of relatives and iends here Wjssnsvi ronfcftMMt4nfily andI Pearl Adams attended Loretto mwencerdent yeeterday tiMrville visited lends here Sunday CiMsthe bedside ol her mother ar brother Kho continue IllsoMc B D Lnka arid Miss Ze7 m noajTnesdtiv Miss Annie Opoo ell oY Loui lk is visiting friends here snMrfrom a visit to his fatherat lou dtown thMissul4t of MiS Nellie Pope stv eral days lust week toEOBBj k ValUable Little Book of Interest to All Women Sent Free thverywomanIooksjings of indescribable Joy to tKo one momentous evcntother lifecompnred with which all other pale into insignia canoe How proud and happy she will when her precious babe nestles on er breast how sweet the nlime of ilotherl And yet her happy antIci- pation of this event is clouded with misgivings of the pain and danger of the ordeal so that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of constant dread which creeps Over her The danger anti suffering attendant upon being a mother can be entirely prevented so that tha coming of the little stranger need not bo looked forward to with fear and trembling as is often the case Every woman who reads this paper can obtain absolutely free a vali uable and attractive little book enti sendinglierRegulator Co Atlanta Ga This book contains priceless information to all J sendIQdHlicn Y mTnlce Your ncuUoI the most necessary article to Lava with you after ywiir pockblbonk IHII bottle 0 Fihmva Culle Ouro It is un cbsojuto uroventloii or t un of all dPiimj uicjira of tbw bnwels imu ed bv a chan o of w itatrdon llnbertartii TATHAN SPRINGS From Oar R culkr Corrospondunt The hotel isr pidlv tillinp with guesis from different parts of the Satd To give the narnrs offyimr valuable Splice aud will III only montipn those of vourtonj und Yiciniiy Messrs Rchard Mullican Gus Shulij Burt Har dm M O Leachroan John ii lBrown and Tciie Litey Mr n nd Mrs Will RobertsunTb iW SirnrnsJrOtlieltorders is here to take ttnet place as night watchman Wo are informed fiorq a ro aDl fseutthertMethodist church fearly in SOD 4rembr5 s gwillThfye has been a erips of meeiicifrscarriPUon at Low Ridgo fhunli for the past three weeks LiSt Saturday night a welc aro some bs broke up ihe servipe orbythem were arrested while others returned aud tired a dynamite cart ridtr noar the church on last Saiuniay tignt vVo hnve not heard ot anv arrests Dudley Tapp made a business trip to Lawreoceburc last Monday Wo believe there is some other business besides hauling visitors back and forth for we can sue him playing croquet with a Lost entertaining young lady Mr William Hawthorn died near herR lat Saturday and was interred at Puirview church cern eteHy Mr Sam Foster sold to Mr James of Hurrodbbur a nice gu3dingiorTO triphourer wile a host of the most handsome younir ladies that old Kentucky affords A VhlIV1artc- Folflys Klinpy nnro is a p rrectly blnudofdil ijf Rrmt medliino gunnt ntoo It ornfnnoy rofuiided th uIUI WGuaranteeIf oTo eak3engIIJ Mr John Bevina editor of tho Preys Anthon JOQsaysIhave used Cham borl toalnahanndgliavo recominenJed it to hun Jrool1 of others ono have never knihrn it to fall in a slimitlo lubtnncc For eale by Qay donib ltobefls nSS C P Tones AlilCflburjr Pa writer hnve used DeWItlB Llttlo Ifarly bvur since tht y wore introduitfti o and must may I have uev r used nnv pills In mV fumhy during fyrty r of housekeepIng that gave 9iiloli rlcatlJnrl1trl jotr to D tcct a Cecl Ciost Horo iiu something thrtt will bo of absorbing Interest to tho jjrcutroasa of people who perhaps Lava noverie J livinginup against ono on any dark nighthtm Tho ortlolo is from The j1Everyeyes when shut tal moro or loea figuresthnt tboInwaro that when looking into space curiously Rbapesd bouioB float before e oyo s though they rqally coonAed apiece in tbo horizon qf vision Th ese last nro occasionally suffl Idan 1 Uw ho call the disoaso by n bicli unding namo which means flit ting tues Theso sabjcctiva pLost mona of the ayes have sometimes nssuuied very dofinito forma awl tbeir Btnily baa enabled the pbysiol ogists to give what pro considorotl veryshtisfaotoryo3cplapfttionaof thc ppc3od appearance of ghosts to perBon oi diseased visual apparatus Besides bringing out somo vary interesting particulars couoorning o sights and woodors ti4hlch snot parsons see during their waking hours tboso reacarcbea bnvo also no counted formally so called visionsto T toheyoting n real ghost All tbat id nee essary for this purpose iis when the supposed ghost ia soon to press tba sidos of tlio eyeball with tbo linger w hen if snob pressure does not bare a affect of doubling tbo image tbo preseuoa cf n real or objective gbcSt m tIayvrbolo scare bo referred to sotne do lot of vision AN OLD GOVERNMENT DIE Dud bla lawyer as a r por ocht Jor Years In the conrso of a lecture at tbe Apt prentices library A E Ontorbridgu Jr related au interesting incident that ecrvcB to show bow much more croft Uncle Sam is in tbo destruction cf old dies for coins than bo used to be Some time ago said Mr Outcrbridgo I was visiting tbe ofllcocf Jriond who is a lawyer when I noticed xrpon his desk a little metal object covered with three or four coats of red paint which was apparently in use as a paperweight a It was government die for a silver dollar of 1809 and for my frtend to have it iu- his pos cssion was a penal offense Hd did not know what it was until I tom him aud be Informed iue that it bad boon around the office as a paperweight us tong as bo could remember 10 years at least I gave him a silver weighS in its place and informed the authorities t Washington of the circumstance also forwardingf my friends affidavit as to what be knew about it At that time though all dies were supposed to ho destroed wliendiltn1 ed the system was ratherlax and tboy esoautimojfoond Ueir way Into the pas session of jnuk dealers I agreed to turu over the dii upon condition that it should uot be destroyed but kept in tbe numismatic collootiuu at tbo Philatlal pbla mint and that I might borrow fft at a future time to illustrate a ldturo I IIThe conditions were agrned to and I bun brought the dio with me tonigbf to show to you I bad to write a very formalf letter to got it stating the par poso for which it was to be used and it gPl1Undclphin gI H fMit1nA note concerning tho peculiar phInomeuou noticed in the molting of mot basIrecently pnblislied by H Eisobof t of Wiesbdui Whtn a metal is bedded iui a mortar of chemically pure nlamlDJ iunil oxide th roughly dried and the a subjected to the necessary bent a con siderublo rotardatiou in melting is uo ticod For instance n rod ol silver which should melt at 1830degrces F when thus treated will uot cbnngo its form and tult together until 0730 dA rees P Pailudiatn which should molt t 780 degrees F shows no sign ifuyiQldlns ut 2900 UVijllUB P It wool Id eeem that these rod bf metal unable e of griphet ta theIIl would under uprnis cnnditlbnt aud all within minute or two si ijtie tuut Wlch from tbreolnnrter of an liuch to au Inch Iu length Now York Euu A Novel 1inIWben Lawson Tuit the English throughelargoblocks pietheyd cool by oxposlngsmall each door A RatleM TownJJ capitalNow t3I- goe by Juuu do Onate null there never been a rata mouse or a cct in ItP corporate liuiitH The air is high and dry lot rodents nod felinesftL Champagne owes its quality to soil a mixture of chalk silica light clay aud oxide of iron audto tbo great ofacturo care and delicate manipulation in waut After the conquests of Mexico and Peru emeralds won no abuudunt thi one Spaniel nobleman took home thri HH- One buebols of thorn MinHto nut Ibnp yet relief ifI obtained in half tint timo by tlio ucopf Ono Mimito Cough Jure It prdvonts coiiMiiinptlon nnd quickly cOres coldff j croup bronchitis pneutnonhi laprlppo and nil tbroht und lung troubles Wtttore Rrowjio t The human mochlno starts but once a nd stops but once You can keep It gltiK longojtt ntid most ro nlariv byi uMng DoWilts Wife Early Risers tho1 famous little pills for constipation nod IItomRcbl und liver troubles Waters ii I Browne J bar of it froa the head surgeon tbe driver of the ombulnnce s the square of white and tbo cross of crimson displayed on ono arm tJolltets Weekly g EParkeiSIiamn WIscvniter YllIplln lUre on the uwikvl Vuiers A HrOwnr INe1tZ Go S way From BJtnne Itottlo of D Ills Pino Tat Honey Change of elfmato ctiHURO of nptrunetiia or axpoUro limy tiring on 0 M whioh nnUiliii hut this famous ridy w1 euro ni wmt etlIlt kUlaidh Hyiohounrt tiyiup is not u ixture of 8tiiHnh destroying drug Is a cIontUkiiJy prepunnl remedy that curvs coughs and colds and alii throat add llinvr trouble Its ncilotfis quick prompt mid positive 5 and 5Jc liaydon it ltolKrton THE TODDRSOP SCIERCB Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be Cured andBoleatiatEtfaders- TfioI dlHtlngnisbed Now York chemist T 1A n frtilablef 5tlon Pulmonary Tu crculosla ann all onchial throat lung and chest diseases ubborn coughs catnrrhal nffectlone gen eral decline and weakness low of flebh apd conditions of TvasUiiR away will tenil THUEE FREE OTlJ HS all dlffertrnti of his nw discoveries to any er the KcwsLciDEH writing for themCHis New Siientlflo timelyuseioncl duty to Mrferinc huiuaulty to donate a trial of hU iufallible cure Science dally duvelopoa new wondersand UclmrnllIlKturhumanity as can bo claimed by any mod genius Ills assertion that lung troub leiand consumption are curable In nny climate is proven by beattfoit letters of gratittido flied in his Auiericon and European laboratories thousands from thhso cured in all parts of the world Medical l eaperta concede that broach l chest and lung troubles load to consump on which uninterrupted moans spcody ud certain death- Simply write to T A Slocum M G 9 Pine Street New York giving ittstotllco and oxprcsa addraes aud tre tree uiedlcine will bo tiromptlj eiit rsja vliould take instant udvKnta of this generous p Please Lilt the Doctor that you saw his offer Jn the Tdtxvi LBAnen i tn n 1st and losasml FOIlPih- are toOT who hnve not FoIMyR t oUi Cure in tho slimily JIaydou d ltobe 80n AGENTS 1lANTED PCn TImE LIFE OF Win tEf JOHN CLARK WIDPATH ID most celebrated orator and stntos gduIIl1nllrdfut11I1bJtYll1JbUISIstar tungiiiKctut triamphx sreat politkwl utrnxtfltfrt Inclutliuc hU iMehes striking imielthnts psiconed 1Jrc 1i6oLypsravingsg ro iHplendiii cvanviKiirp ouUJt with Taluabie lireminni ttrnis aid lull iLftr cUuus fent frc lot M ceniH Iu stamps to crtst RruntftlrlTwentJ 111tlddionthIsDotJinM bbey Habit IOPBUM owid at hOltewAAo out peta Book of pu tleuitni ent FttSX1UtWooLLirr sue4or5co ret y Ffios 86 OFFICIAL WAR BOOKby Conerosjman James lUiukin Younir All e bout War with Spstn the livveuss Ct nettle Shuts etc TortraU loud Mnprapbles of Uttwojr and nil nme ft1ccr Marvelonaiy ZarIy cheep ragrs prOmlnentj t snip Ouiy ftuthenlie odcial boots Ex pirleneanot lieeemary Anybody cant mli Ijidlm avsuqcesiifiil ns gintlimen We are thu largest aabscriptien book tlrw in Amerloa Wtite us Jblfty persons are eznpoyed In our corresponduiico depart meD uloDe to servo yon Our ok u lout Get Hgtsury now an4 be ttt t IP f i i rgiucrv maker ever known Most liberol tertK guaranteed Atunta making to 88 nun dav Twenty 3IyP credit clvonFreiKlit matStlii4a Hph ndd sample cud full In tOutrtmctleiuspay posturix Mantioirtbls paprs ptM4tILL ItallardM Snow Liniment will c Lame lJickSoro ThrOiitWoun in prxlns Druisw Cut Old Sore l udloti it will cIr your backache Hnydon Hob crUon SCR t CALDWELLS CONSTIPATION PEPSI N DBElISplle L T fj11 lIonqwiDlstop M j yooukcure litthelit orIby all dnuxixta or sent upon iccrtpf priceSic 6CcainJ tI per bottle THE E E AOCCA1I KY bytt Keep Posted ON THE WA8 JJ t V J dBy a special arrangement and for a short 4ime only we will offer the Twicea Neek CCourier JollrtllLl ISANDTllE i Hewsleato f One YeaiF OnlyI 1 t25I Thc CourierJournal has the BEST war news srivice of any ot them i you get it twice a week adcrjmaklng t j or 156 papers a year for orily Ia Dullar and a Quarter lI This offer Is open to all off subscribers blue NEWStADtII- payfcho up and one year iiu adr vaoce und to any new sub scribers We consider this one of the most IFberul offers wad aid iher is uo Reason why Mtjune should not keep posted 003 the war news and nome news as well Addr uommunicatinns to E LDAVISOJaPub KvLoCountry Store House For Rent d10IJtprlngll1cldaDIl Poutofflce po with It Stock scales cunatrynore uPurIAI T S OUUNUY Valley Hill Ky or A R C3AUOTHERS Custom Mouse Louisville Ky M Genry Ilerson Mich writes Do ittV Wit h IIuzol Halve Is curing wore llIs hero today than all other remedies combined It cures eczema or d nil other skin disease Watvrti tj B row no Truth Tornoly Told oloys lydnoy Cure Iji a safe sure poncdy for all kinds of kidney and- bladder diseakoa Ifaydon t Robertson Nest faselnaung inven Urn age Alwaysofgoentertain nt4u1rr1flOskUltOOCr Wate It and reproduce the muBle of bands orches tins vocalist or Instra nentalsololsts Tbcrels notblng like It for an awnings entertainment rcptollnceJIs not limited to web tin cimphophono yoa can easily make and Instant reproduce records ot the voice or any sound Thus It constanUy awakens sew Interest and its Is ever The reproductions ere clear end brilliant GrapfloponesarCSOldIeI1Oisuufscturetl 0npd and 5tdDfll4t Our ebl hlnT Dr nuartrrc arise none orTh1klnutMIcbflufsal- 4SalkIngIlzediInsuppau WdbtcMC5 Columbia Phonograph Co DEPARTMENT 80 No 9J9 Pennsylvania Ave WASHINCTON D 0 New York Paris Chicago St 1IIUmoreV tt 4 Kvrybodyd I J t rKMJSMt I IITHAT cunningh m arlUBoariit ffiVareof Drj Goods JigE itand selling at Lower fricJ than anyi house In townthcse- I i TWO FAOVS account f i ht J lafge and increased trafe for this season 1 Our dry OOndatid DreasPriiurningaDepaxtnrnt1sve1y 4 p complefe embrecing a great varluty off botbIack and cot Iera and plain and novelties Wfi Kuve jisjj received a llajgiS r jSOti iL v 4jf OariahoBDepirtuieiitist uur PRiDE a tlve are jusjLlyrt proud of this scasou For Ae are enabled to show Men Nomen and Obildrens shoesaicl Oxfords Inall tbec urf5rstyles anct prices You will miss it if y6i IoU to see our stock t It ft q1WeBostShirrit made Faist9 and Skirts j riinrIhousea r 1our11 j ti I ehNra M BUHTON c It lVAisiON DN CA1DN 1 JjJjJ t l 1Jl BUR ON Qt e1i 17i n ixnAY40 1tM1IAt1 i r + 1 17II Undertakers and Funeral Jiftotofi i q UOPPINS t OASTETS It BtJltlAL- ROES OF LliKINDS Uf1 EQUIEKED Culls answered pronptly fY 0 Ijljl or IIlgbtIThe sefvicpspVaD EXP RNt D EMBALMER graduate from a school of embalming buv been eugagud 1 1 II f EinFEsEi j HAG AN BLOCK SLU1GFiELD Y jLsraL aJnzs- t A74X MWKia5 raSKi s 4 tAll EasysY Way111a f TO BUY A BUGG fr I ComoDown and see ME 1 S M KARRICKJ SS Down Town Below Thorripson Hotel tS Yf AV4 Me Y V iItY IV lA 1 EXPERIENCE fELtS N Tai1oringS I At well as in other matters T firm that makes only good garments prices within the reach of aUJih guarantees you satisfaction is bow keepitsor 22 YEARS4 M this BO has RNeincfoC h HercfcufTillortjVThey Jmaintained it ever since They a the admitted head of the custom tajii log trade of America Every yeco year of progress lit the ciccllentrrc their goods and iin the favor of teiV thousand oftheir patrons 22o V forgo thiS WJmOU measun t rsuit or overcoat you are fully Uaa teed is to iu fitIIe material and wbtktwnr tolersYou t rf styles JI iclect f i j cyhissCALL ON CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN AGEN ySPRINGFIELD KY r ETSLE1DEFU irTHE MESSLEADER 7 i 1llvRsDAT 1oiXG- jt SPRINGFIELD xr KY t IlSOyIiIPAD ItA OVAUr jSocal or BMlAB Notices oenli te Mite fur he flrat tcS n tint 5 c ftfH jBaohsuteC ierfcon kllioixoiindldRUisand political matter j10 coaU prJhre I V JpK Work U done at lowratei but ash muepa on 9 ttYlr1 otgobdi t AdrertlsUis tam made on liberal rroi 4 tlrUnJJ bbltoarie AXbANT andryn1ltOUS of respect 3 touitr MtRistratesv 2r V County Officer 500 V Dtslrlrt Offices 10 1 a jr RWiider DENTIST = Jt fill Untill Ojwatlons Performed iJt 4r TEETH EXTRACTED = WITHOUT PAIN 5 c4 J la tiprihgittetd eVerr first TJiursdayJl t mnd Friday of each month JLt rJJCZ t2s Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KY A fI L JbSBCASSELL- N pHiftCIANi AND SURGEON OBTICB nouns 19toiAand7tORPaM bWioa InMcOhordBcbertaunBldg JUBERH HOR1D DEISTI OFFICE RisnuET BOILDISO 4S SPRiNGFIELD EY- kw F NEIKIRKfI ATTORNEY AT LAW itQKFICE with CC McCubBD 13RJFRINEI4IRT OFFICE HOURS u loap I Ji EVERY DAY vr T i SPHfNGFlRLP KY DRYJtilt BURTON aRS1DENT DENTIST- iV TEETH EXTRACTED 0W11HOUT PAIN I r pLP11Ia1isIgan Block up atnlrs SIPRINGfFiECD KY Alll Den ltWork Strictly zJ Firstclass f J S B RYAN J AUOTtGnER- i and and StockISales a SPCCi 1Y SPRINOFTELD KY a DR CALDVELLSNi Jt OR J H LAMPTON jii QF ICE OVBR crnctfrrLiius OFFIOH When yoil take a little for the etomacha sake be sure that you Jet a t PURE ARTICLE l5 THE SDNNYSIDE SALOON H f5y Keeps nothing but c PURE WHISRIES PURE BRANDIES if PURE WINES CORDIALS CflOJAIlS AXI TOBACCO 9 EproP1flj i if BENMOGKI j BLACKSMITH Horseshoeing Carriage Repairing j Ic t enerat Blacksmithmg itJir gttj 1rk uaranteed to ttiye itk St laoi i the Jusey sbop Rl 1PIEf KY 7 E i ABOUT TOWN4 33 3 333 3 33 3 3 34 4 JEERING Harvester Oil for sale at 8M Karricks A large number of seats have already boen sold Sipr the perJ fonnance of MtfajgV at the Opera House tonigHt arid a large crowd will no doubt attend- sI Pure Apple Vdnefear guar an teedS MiKARRICK HARRIS show attracted a large crpwd to town Monday and the attendance Was good The circus is about up to the average ot country shows and everyone seemed well pleaded with the performances Deering Twine THE BESTS M KARRICK ALL sumMer goods such as organdies and lawns percales laces embroideries etc will be sold from nowon att cost so as to make room for our fall stockV soon tQ be brought on Com6 arid seftfor yojjrself i1V SMITH bo c Deering Machine Oil- S M KARRICK SPECTACLES andeyeglasses tto suit all sight at Dr Grigsby located at iPred Hagaris store WALTER LEACHArt tele phones us from Tatham Springs to the effect that thel have u good crowd of gueittheroiow- and are expecting rush on the house for next week SCYTHES and cradles stodke4 byWstock L bricating Oil J M iuuc DONT forget iogo to Wi Smith fc Co for summer dress goods anditrimmings which they are 5elli fiat cost The figures are lovyv WANTED Stock to pasture 0j McGiLL v g B PETER Co shipped wo calbads of lambs and two larlbads of hogs to the Louis dlle market Tuesday ALt glasses sold by lr GrigS yare guaranteed to give satis action RiCHARD PARROTT sold for Wallace McElroy Tuesday hirtythree Of the finest Jambs hat have ever ben seen here ihisseasoni They averaged 87 pounds each arid twenty could dave been selected from the lot hat would have weighed 100 pounds AT 330 p m Sunday June 27 the religious services of lay ing the corner stone of the new Methodist church at Pleasant Run will be held B F Atkin son pastor officiating All friends wno have subscribed or promised money for the erection 5f this church will do us a great favor by paying the money overt me by that date If not con venient to hand it to me send check or P O order by mail as the work will be rapidly ad vanced toward completion I wish to make an itemized report of all subscriptions paid up at thoabove date B P ATKINSON Treas WHEN in need of spectacles and eye glasses go to Dr W 0 Grigsby the Optician Harris Niclcol Plate show which exhibited here Monday met with something of a mishap at Smiths Grove in Warren county where it exhibited Sat urday Just before the perform ance began it is stated all the tents of the circus were blown down and badly damaged by a severe storm While the keeper of the elephant was on his way to tho grounds ho was seized by one of the animals thrown into a pond and nearly drowned by the infuriated animal and only the timely assistance nf helpers saved his life IDR W Ci GRIOSDY the Optician tests your eyes free THE salary of W A Waters as Postmaster at Springfield has been iincreased front 1000 to 1 lOO per year Mr Waters received notice of the increase in his salary the day after the arrival of his new son and he is now sj8Qal ting on how the da Ixir BitStt learnad so promptly of tQe increase lit Uia fastJly ift4- tli aoBseqaeut increase ici his h4ie5sttes THE closing exercises of the Springfield High Schools which has been so ably conducted for the past session by Prof George Golvm and Miss Mag Thompson took place on last Wednesday evening atSt Dominic Hall The exercises which consisted of declamations and essays by the graduating clas interspersed with musical selestioris by the pupils of Miss Jennie raycrofts cuss were interesting through out and the pupils acquitted themselves very creditably The valedictory address was delivered by Miss Sue Ray while Mr Marshal Duncan delivered the salutatory in a bright and ntertaIniugwayS An Easy Way See ad of S M Karrick MbNiioE HAQAN a colored man who works on the farm of Mike Sbanahan near St Rdsr as struck by lightning on lait Saturday ani badly injured Hagan who had been plowing in field took sheller with his Illeamonder a tree during a shower the lightning struck the lreeamlhH the man burning film badly jon one side of his body He was found in an un conscious condition several hours later It Is thought hp will recoyer TBE Jspe ed prpjrratn of lh Marion County Fair which wn publish this week shows a fin list of premiums to be con tastcc if6t i achof tbe four days At t t ereHl be hung OJ I92 5 0lfided between the tro- tterndpcors The oventtake4 place Aucu4 16 J7 18 ad 19 The forenoon of eath day will b occupied by the rlngshbws anc thevafternoon by the racing Write ID SflcretaVySamTi Spald lug at Lebanon Ky for par tiQulars CLEL MICKENS who return ed several months agi from Fxanlcfort where h had served a term in the pen fo carving up another negro is ii trouble again He was trie before Judge Baker yesterday for toten a gun It seem that GleUhreated toiburn tw colbred damsels on the stree one night recently and pulled pistol to demonstrate how h would proceed The women gout of his way arid swore out warrant for his arrest The jur gave him ttfri days in jail and tine of twentyfivo dollars LAZARUS TUCKER a onoarme negro about town was arrdste last week on the charge of inces witIfor trial on Tuesday an lOUt on Wednesday and the his attorneys waived examine tion His bond was fixed b Judge Litsey at 50 The pan aUy for the offense with whic Tucker is charged is a term iii the penitentiary of not less tim two or more than twentyon years Deaths I On Tuesday at his homo neai Willisburg this county Mr Ben Burch a well known farmed and good citizen Charles Bogus Montgomery a native of Washington counts but who has for the past ter years lived in Louisville died a the latter place Tuesday Hi remains were brought hero las r evening for burial Mrs Spalding mother of Mr Taylor and Dr Spalding died CroeifTuesday1 Mrs Clara Luckett Willectr wile of Frank Willett died idst- Wednesday at her homo near St Rose Tho funerall took bok place at St Rose Thursday D M Harbors fatherinlaw t T E Wilson djed Thursday at tie homo ofHho latter near Wil inIdeceased had been engaged in business for the last few years IIA Troublesome Prisoner Jim Waters had an experience while acting as special guard for a prisoner the likeof which he says he hopes never to hive happen to him again William Jones jvho has formerly been considered a good citizen was t durtt j for his neighborjury robbing h graineries He wai arrested ISierilI Rlid Egged to ira1owed a guard to go with him to Nelson county where he could see some rnla tiyes about making a bond Mr W A Waters very kindly offered to pay the services of a guard and ex constable Jim Waters was employed to go with the prisoner to the home of the lat ters father in law in Nelson county Jones interview with his relative it seems did notI result satisfactorily to him asj the old gentleman refused to go on tho bond and as the gua d and the prisoner woro leaving the place the latter made a des jperate attempt at escape It seems that Waters had gotten out of the buggy for the purpose of opening a gate and JonesJj l itYjtoitYj lurch Ho had made a mistake in his mari however for Jim after a desperate print uc ceeded in seizing the hind end ofI the vehicle and swung on like uI bulldog Jones kicked and made desperate efforts to shake lush off but it was no go for Jiiris deathlike grip tightened and he crawled further into the buggy until he was able to grasp a line and pulled tho horse around 60 as to upset tho vehicle Alter the prisoner han been spilled out and had llooked down into the muzzle of tho officers gunJhe surrendered and was brought on to jail Waters had nearly all of hiss clothes torn off him in tho scrjmrnagej and was severely bruised I PBRSON7L IHev W Y Davia of Bloomaold was In town yesterdayS Miss Mario Vatben of Lebanon jpos over Tuesdayf Slr E B Browne was In Nelson county several days last week Hamilton Robertson Is homo from St Alaryd College for the vacatiOn- Mr and Mrs B II Lancaster of Lebanon spent Sunday with friends here Mrs J Walter Brown is spending the week visiting relatives in Nelson county Messrs Bob Burton and John Woods of Lebanon were over Mon day Mr Davo Walker of Louisville was bere Tuesday to rtttond the wedding of Miss Mollvoy Misses Eleanor McElroy and Mary Lewis are in Lebanon this Week vIs- Iting friends Miss Edith IJavis of Louisville Isc hore tbls week visiting her cousin Miss Annie Cunningham Miss Dollio Green rof Toiaafc i81 YJ1thisIs here fronv Campbells vlllo1 on a vislti IW reIUvo Otarlle MoQb4rd who has been attending the Uniwrtlty of Virginia- Sii home tot the acation 1 fMr and Mis Columbus Cambron were over from Lebanon ta the SIcIIvoyBaldrick wedding attendIII tMrs S M Karrick and her Mrs Brown of Nelson county ore Vis iting relatives at Lancaster Miss Viola Brown who has been In Louisville attending school is at homo for the summer jr T W Slmms Jr spent several days at Tathani last week ijid returned l Very much improved In health JMiss Annie Cunningham is home for tho vacation Sho has been at tending school at Oxford Ohio Miss Lydia Grundy and M 83rL Will Lnachman aid H R Thompson Rpent i n iday with Mis Houston at Maud Molars Carl Litsey and Clay vBrltton were 6ver from Lcoanon Tuesday guests at thq Seiecman home Mr L 0 Peter of tho Mackvlllo neighborhood is moving this week to Indianapolis Ind where hp will make ibib future liqmeSMisses Angola and Mary Agnes Mudd daughters of Agent J A Mudd Ohlcagolyes is r H Thurman was in Loplsvlllo Tuesday Ho incidentally took in the i ball game botwedn the Louisville and Cincinnati clubs nMrato at Tatham Springs this week News received from them indicates that Mr Robertson ls very much ben efitted by the water Mias Annie D G rnndy who has been quito sick from the effects of fall she received at her home aT week is very much improved and is able to be out again Mr Henry Bacon of the Nelson R cord was in town Tuesday and paid this office a call Mr Bacon is traveling in the interest of he Soulo Printing Co state printers In which concern he is largely interested Messrs George Medley andT W Blmms left yesterday for Notre Damed to attend the closing escrcides K the college at which Tom Medley ill deliver the valedictory address ho honor of being chosen valedlc Brian of such a large elate is quite Jiportant and youngaidaleydesprveB nat credit THE MARKETS h1 rue following table represents the prices dd for farm products la SpringtiVld by ie dealers therein It is corrected up to oclook Wednesday but la subject to rations thereafter on private advices om Louisville dealer heat por bu 108 to 05 orn per bu to all perbu 80 to 85 yepcrbn D- Oloverpcr bu 00 to 3 21 toothy per buau 185 tolSOf rchard Grass per be75 to 00 ay Timothy pM cwt ay floverptrcwt 40 to 42 LOUISVILLE MARKETS jl 4ReportLock JournalIU Vust3Ialn Street yUle Ky 75Ilxtra shipping i t4 60a4 IjtbJlhIPJllngf 4 50a4 75Ieat butcher aicors 4 33a4 vlr to good butchar steers 3 73n4 ommon to wed butcher steer 3 00a3 00 bin rough steers poor nnd scalawags SSal 23 xen good to extra 3 54IJxen common to medium 2 5a3 jeders 4 Coat 05 5 Jtockcra Ju4 75 7ca lulls CalveIIt t S7Sa600I II MILCH COWS Choice mitch cows t t85 0945 00 sirtogoQde 00a25 00 J g HOGS = Choice packing and butcher 2l51b to lb 410 ralr to good packing Ib 5toSWlb 410 Jood toextralight160lSaIb400a4 atshoats 120160 tb 8 00a3 60 atshoats lOOlaOltf 3403 slg to 375a325- lougbs 2liO4U01b a60a340 S SHEEP AND LAMBS iood to extra shipping sheep 3 23a3 50 y 10 300 3J J oumon to medium a 00 00 uck aOOa360 rIps and scallawags per head SOul 00 xtra spring lambs WaO 00 est butcher lamb i 4 3a4 trio good butcher latubs r 3 76d4 2i t illends 2 60 300 PRODUCE Report furnished by HanuonCarter Co General Commlulon Merchants 813 Mur rell Court and 110 Tifrd Hlfiet Louis vote ly OaOJfcBUTTERalOe choice stock lUiHc packing lOailo- IofLTBT Market toady ChickeBshens aCXc roogtors 8a33c spring chlckucit coxlliaH geosn full feaiheretl per dozen 3a350 plucked per doe ta350 turkeys alive turkeys dressed BalOc ducks jwr perdoz i75a226 BrixsMlbhlgan hand picked IL2Qai50 new homo LiCe totlvS BluES Grenn saltoJ SaStf dry salt 10al2c dry flint ISalfio hPunsRaccoonNo po4320s40odbroad stripe ISo opossum 5al5c mu kinl hMtSOSLLL2ezoueSorghum t 25c per gal beeswax S4o per lb clover pelbblFATnEH Prime white goose S8a34c gray mixed or old 20a80c QXtoy SETS Red and yellow white as to quality 600a700 DRum Arrtns New sundred active demand 3Xa3c luisn Homo growanewcrop 210A225 pcrbb Woot Best laSOc burry 15al8f tub washod black clear 17ol8c black burry HulCe GREEK Arrr89 Market higher and firm Fancy 300a choice 3SOo300 common 200a23Os JHAT OIL Best bay strictly pertomOalOBp itraw per ton MOB 453 ear corn 34058 lttled corn ip bulk 84 W fMln odts 83 S3c wheat Kq JI a c 1 1i OBACCO MARKETS quott1onsCommittee of the Leaf Tobacco Ex change at Louisville for this week 1897 CROP IUD BTlRLE Trash green or mixed 3 50 to 5 00 Trash sound t 5 00 to 600 Common lugs 000 to 800 Medium lugs g 00 to 0 50 ioqCommonCommon leaf n jl 00to 1200 Medium leaf12po to 11 00 Good leaf n oo tto 17 00 Fine and selections 17 00 to 22 60 coLQnyBunLnjS Trash gVcen or mlxea 4 39 tot too Trash aonnd 5 00 to 7 00 Common logs 6 50 to 7 00I903tollOOCommon Common loaf MiiO 00 to 12 00 Medium leau00 to 15 00 Good leaf1500 to 17 00 Fine and selections 20 00 FJHH AXli FISHING tho tItle of a very Interesting leaflet Just issued bjr the Chicago Milwaukee and Paul Railway descriptive of tho fiibinj resorts along its lines It will bo found of interest to tho professional anglers as well ns to the amateur A will be sent ny addrctts on receipt of a two cent stamp for DOstugo Address Gco II Ucaffurd Oenl Pass Agent 0 bice go I- llCASTORIAFor Infants and Children ho Kind You Have Always Bought IHei the ol EGGS FOR SALE B Minorcas direct from Npr thup none better v vV i oo for 15 Pekin Ducks pen headed by pair from Rankin weight 21 lbs 100 lor 13 MRSDFLOGAN DAN VILLE Ky Lock Box 500 =EA AoSAv A t 1lew l E3atK Rooms I I JOHN TYBEE Propr Now and elegant bath tub with all modern Improvements Hot 4 and cola water Baths at aU hoarse 25 cents Call and try one b MAIN STREET BELOW BPEI QWELD HOTEL b V v tOAA it u 611 ell Harmonq 1Has1 season the BEST rigs in town Fast arid safe horses j and reliable drivers SPECIAL ATTENTION g given to commercial men Livery connection with the Springfield Hotel w5 3- y MAIN STREET = SPRINGFIELD KY 2 Telephone No3dc a a C CIIITHE Hagan GROCERYMAN Would have you know that ho handles I CE Good pure artificial Ice which e will sell at 05c a hundred ounds at tbe store or ho will VOfltJundred He also keeps a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Country Produce I MAIN STREBT- iSPRINGFIELD KY lIdI BOYS R PtlRl wsn9ed to do ht wtlUng urpreaen t us at how niployment wlh lJiodonatllu30m aasrsd Pad detyt fer ultTi rticalr TH t UON lt8B KEM ROY Utwllog Oeen JBoIWIng UU No TorkCJIj roadtfllrI tfflntToljtfetfSpItnail Smoke IdurJm To quittobaccol easily and ioroTcr bo natnetlo filler life netTe ned vigor take SVTo Bao tnawonJerwortor that mains weak tjoU Btroug dtugglstsGOocrSl Curognornn teed Booklet end sample Iree Addrei Sterling Ilemoily Co puicago or Now orI aL I tre NOW J i I v Iv the tine to buy goods CHEAP alzaur store i A11z tyool Clay WorbtudSuitsfe otnr4abuses asK i you much tncirt ingney SlMens Buys ana Children Vsuits fbidiouti prictsto mako room for 11tse iesI3 0f It l jSjLV firculefe Xroni utl 1 1 Print froai 8qup gd tJust ieceivfd unothpr Rh1pment from New York of ij 1 Prefich und American Or gnJ eSt it prices thiC defy competition IGenuine Irish Lawu over vard whir worth 15c4 we ftre selling utO c fomH anciseh them Notwivbstundiitg Carpetshtkreadvard t5 jierc3nt We are enabled too dr them at old prices of ayear r IJ age having bought them before the adaGCeitt Straw Ming I12 l2c worth iScr rt We carry more Meus Ladles Misses and ChiJ dreos Shes than till the balance ot the town put J togttrer ned our prices ar correct All we ask Is a fkt e JchanCd 1 j td flhlliJi you prices i iChoic i lino Sailors Sashes Ribbons and Ties It V rwl i McChopd 6e ftobetpfsbri l i SEE THAT TWIST a PRIGONLY2011GENTURY IMPLEMENT 38 WILLtM ftDTO4Ii r See That Price Delivered to You p N9wr1 for tnev line and cross wires and makes thedeadlock tWist that cannot slip Every machine guaranteed J Builds th Prtpe sif le of fence a well Places cross wires oti barbswire fencing Semi for a sample of the fepce and free circular RICHMOND SAFETY GATE CO Ti30x 131 RIUFIMONI1INl1 i G ELMNTS jfItl U1A4JTS A li7 I Itiit6 55 r I c SSS o 6 UJerakorsand t1C rupiiitiire DeaIeAsIt ixxxxx jaJP We make a specialty of embalming wojrlr which done By Mr Ciemenits a graduate of a school fcniLs f balming and we carry evt7tsndrtakingi i thJC goods and our stock h COMPLETE ip err defalL t 1- sc rr Calls promptly attended to day Tahd night 4tv Our stokof furniture s fin ltfldoip1cfe aitd Jf c you wantt Carpets Mattings Rugs Bedroom Suits t Roclicrs Tables Chairsor anything H the furi4tur ttti1 line give us a call W v Z JV JSCU f 7 J MAIN STREET X SPRINGFiEUDKY n nrI I 4 t A BUSINESS PY0ATQlsChsllut17 ncesra t the unoOerw msnbose1twln ICet1D lit rbIsbiug ernecdad1IiI thbdzt 1erta catgdutthe scanol mat stand l the i float isakthi BRYAPjT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE JJ lrLd LOUISVILLE KYeBookkeeping SKortKand Telegraphy tlIc Write for beautiful book gIving tesHmfifilftlai from 71 SC graduates occupying promfnont positions all ovfrx the UJtStates1tl will bo mailed TKEE iiqpWE OPO still setiin l S5 gUGGf1su- JlAIri ltbiJY a sell HaY and Pued Wb selli npal ayheLOWJflST- CASH PRICES f x J Come Irad ilet as ll ti you our iiew wheel showII 1Vana Ij blcsideselling at ttqeztremqIy low price of tti sio S Coraein and examine the tithet ti l others of higher price donot spqsses I i HOM L1tK PRINOFnllKY cPL s ioj S 11I8 r II vr itMitr1Wtlt tR 1lcndo1pb Iowa May ttNDrFcnnei1 boarSir I bad kidney dlseud s fconppmptl a ot the bovrola rhetuattM aafl q bodctiuSh t was diMfiarglng ntttttf f Aoorsa verynear death L- My wire baa femtfie VMkbM vfo imui4 ttoilet until we used JrotfiTlvtclMy aad piactoclio Oure Afewdeos aa wUtf F and bottle cured My wife task I WitfH flItand ta borsolt BBaltu 1 rttapijtPeaeedotittfioweeferguo 01u cesci- are iaatand1ngoaais4aUo jer it t I ptrFor Bal tya1du1 ljL rtwju ft Dcaatr t BlaejtI Deep Clean blood IHMM At liMii kltt Js t 4Irtic F tining tip the lAzy JJoei suet ditvIIIpuritlee from theiwlr 8Ihanbk rnnples beUI tjioch gad that Bkkly btiioua ooraplexwti air Ceadarebeauty for ten rcni rvP- uazanIduon ike v V 7w 7v fl AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERSS WE ARE ASSERTING IN TIlE COURTS OUR BIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE US1 OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND i PITCHERS CASTORIA AS CUR TRADE MARK v If DR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massaohy VWlB wd1ia originator of CASTORIA the same that btX n Jl1 4orno e d as now ooar on every I W 19 foo cin7 BIBnoture cf wrapper l f fl is Lioorigind CATORiAWhf h has boon Used Iii Wohomoa ffitho Mothers of Amarioa for over thirty years HOOK CAREFULLY at the Ivro per and ceo that Ui h the tind voWfiava alwaya bought rN r on the and has tho signaturo of wrap L per No cpa hS s authority from ma to use my name exoept iit The CflntatlriCompsny of which Ghaa H Flotohar ta Presdanf r Msr n 2418 It 4 98QC LAI tIV Z rt rUT TOiIom 1t H g 4f EELSOX NOTES From tho Record Clarks circus visited Balltown i Tuesday and although iho duy f P ftbe b st ofthO sWa soTfaIrjrowd Was to fit Dd r jinc tHe show only exlijbitI l v nt the Ptnallest towns and mane po attempt afrdisDlav Nolvpjth standing this the performances ure exce11dnt and the actors above tHho average some of the features v V not big excelled by shows of greater pretensions A typicaj l1towocrowd was present and Voffie 7driEJ1dn and a litilo Ugh ing was duiged in bowevernoI f Q9k was seriously hurt tftoush far V time it was thought that Yes Downs had killed Eugene Hardy These parties bpcame itivolyed in a quarrel it IP said over some trivial matter and Downs struck Hardy oh the neck pickVaxeand 1t was at first thought his I iieck vris broken but after a 7 tirno LP revived and Jot present partiesfJed with one or two other iuci- x dentst determinedl the show peo- ii pl not to gie a night perfoim ance iand as soon as possibJe they pulled out for Sredprick- s town rwifeere they exhibiiedWed- nesday 2Norman Snead a nepro who claims Barrcdsburgas Uia home Vbut who bascbeen living in TBardstown for some time past xfalbeat row with Mag R by and several otbor coloree inmates of 4p63rtRow on Broadway llast 4 jji2tand when Maishals War Ifa fell arid Coyle went to arrest Tr him Snead made a strong resist jjance and it required a couple of L blows from the fefficers clubs to 4Lbring him into Eubiection He iwas finally landed in jail The t iepro8 wounds bkd cops era bly but bd was not seriously in t juredL JAt bis trial today bewas fined 25 5and costs which he failed to pay I It is reporte to ns that Mr NatvStmmons last week kjlled a ittttlesnaSeon the old Hays farm several miles west of here Tbe reptile was colled ready to strike when discovered by Mr SituIv mons He happened to have Ii J gun with him arid promptly sho- landkIlhd the snake which was t Vuoj imnyense specimen having ten raises and a button Rattle Snutces are not geuerally plenti ful in this section though they are said to tvbnond on the Hoys tfjg which is situatod at tbt 7kseof 0 range of knobs and 1Tqrds a tine refuge for therep Stiles 10 Care Cotutlpotlon Iorevcr m2cIL faira 1 1fjj fl tFctmcsdcaserto keep thc flairS w mifYt hrrJe it than it lstore itftohai Its lost Ifyoyr hall 7 is coming oat It needs instant y aflenRon The use of AYE S IIR VIGOR wilt prompU1 stop 4Wze half from falling and stfmatate it fo new grQFti Some 3un go my ftair began to faS cciiardI became quite baidsasaviscdtatry eis Jftr 90rKffad use If hat a whmbah my oUtmcusgfffwthmade lifs ap Isf1dl1SiJjV11t R rvrs AnI tere5tlurTugr Some vrotilM ago a Harrodsr bu l jtuan was cttH do the w sr ore part of Vsbugton county fluLbnslHesa ceftaic vlaoBneiook tbeTfro road and did notlettru of his ujri hImillStime nigtit was approaching nod uiasses uf bjnotc clouds presa rtfd a sturm and belnr unfamiliar with tbe v ry ruggtd country our Iravuler begun luofejuj 1ur ia pluce to spend tlie night Hu was made vptjloajaQH aud after supper tho twtiDiQQ began truer ng their ancbbtry aud found that tbev were related Thau tLtj fruur stepped toa closei- and4btoughtlogti i a jug Bad saif tbatr ninety tii years ugo while running a oo barreladav dis1 tiller his grand father nVarried A year later u girl baby came to bri htKn the home ard the iather tooV a galtoaju of his outpul madH the dayof her birth sealedl iittaod annOunced that itt would be opened the day his dauuUter married The pirl prew tovrji tnaunood Bcd pledged her troth to neighbor boy and the wad ding day was set hot ti weulrl fbefore the eveut was to ha e teen cefebrattd the joung lady was bitten bya copperhead snake uud icbtead of Testivities theXe was a uuerul 6a the appoffited djaadsealjuobroken was born after ihe daughter He too died ttoaitcana3 into yusses ion of auDtber relative and when she died it fll to Mr Ganj ber At the time flu jug vjls reentjudg1Devaporated about onehalf Tne tag attached bears the data ofr toe sealing of thejug Harrodsj burg Democrat The Successful Remedy NASAL CATARRH fOfj must bo nonirritating e soC and one that will by its own nctton rea b the inflamed nnstdt1ieasd5urfaoesI ELYS CREt LlcombIn 5thelm- portnntrcquIadt qalok aotion and pe nipthomastered catarrh as uetbhij0lse has ami- treelyconcMe1ibis lodg1 ifihata1Ingcoaos the Talrn Imparts almost iustant rellt3fSBy Absorption Catarrhal siuTerora jshoild remember that Elys Qrenm Balm is the only catarrh edy vrbfob Is qnkkiy ad tbt roughly rmjvorbed by thu diseased mumbrane It not dry up the seurvtioBv but cbaBjesI COlldltton14DdjJO Toe Balm can be found at any drug store or by sending r cent to Ely Brothferu 60j Warren St New York U will he mailed Full directions with oaah paokazo Cream Balm opansatidclmisostue nasat usalt allays InfiummaUon U11Jt1byt stopping pain in the head heals and pro toots tbe membrane and sotores the sense of UtsU anti smell The Balm appliei directly luto the nostrils t mTrOopsNutrSUltc National One of the first thins to be weloavel Dreamzed miliifa of the severalll puroiytstalebody of mmand for the duties for which they enlist there could be no better nor braver soldiers Their recoid is bright in Ne braska where they faced the bOBtile Indians in Illinoltwhore they sawteibe slate cillions fcft dollt1rs 1 iPtho Phlwtti riots t1n Wisconsin where they defended Milwaukee against the anar chists in Ohio vhern the ue1k4reatiiots in Pennsyl vania where thoy dispersed the strikerii Apd in Now Ydrkwli2re their services in 1895 in the street railway troubles wero in estimable in the preservatpn ol law and order Toav are a part flf the civil power In tbo duty of ijoldiug it the mliitiauien Are worthy of the placef they have wou in thovheirts of the people The citizen soldier Ui palrioilc aud vcillidg ttGfiglit fJr his ting nyvhre In the valorortIt Is no reflection DD his his patriotism to sav that he had pot enlisted f ra foreign war He has sbownvhis willingness to KO to Ouba but he was not sat HUed with tho prospect of going ag a racrult ia sptuo regtnen- to1berthn the one tb which he beljuirod as a militiaman If he bud beat u ragular soldier it would have mide no difference Linoloaethifuaril should hvo federal tread quariers arid governed as are the British VJluntprfl who form a fine army of 230 000 men Pt ore are noed less inultiphca t ous of cfficers iu cerjtain state roops dffjrinjces in organizi lion and iquipuieut various vchemrs Icr lustrucliou and other faotors that uiuko the gatheig of our stwte troops as la whole into an cffiuflut army trith the rpgular urmyas the nucleus a very 61lid and as we ow a very scpuragtnjr- pjfocessirr Col luc Weekly x Millions CiTrti Awnjv- Jl is certainly gratifying fo the public- rkiutyb uf o e concern In ttre1ardtrho- rca not afraid ta bo gonoroost the needy and Butterinc tbo proprietors orGUrt KlugV NQ vlI covery fpr cAn su upiion cougbi arid HI bavoKlvon away ton million trial bnttleM at this great mtiJiLiiip and liaio the icttlsfacltlon of kimwhigU has apsolutoly cured tltouUf1d8ot hopolfHachisfs Asthma broncjhltlH hoarsonoss njod all diseases ot throat chest arid lu igs are surely cnrndbyit Oilton RayOoiiit Robertson and get n trlitl bottles icgulat size 58c and StOI Mvory buttle guaranteed or pilca rofunded Tbe SUltHCISRlremel1ts Many patriotic members of the milllTa and a 2iir number oftmen who enlisted in the regulars or volunteer are amazed and humiliated at having been re jected bythe examining sur geons If a yOung wan had for years been riding to borndsor riding a wheel or playing base balLur lut uug for big meorII pulling in anoat crew and bravely alt the kuoeLs inevitublo to such dtver ionsf why wasnt he good enough to enter the mil iitarvservicPrn which the prin cipal duty is plodding toIaud fro oudill The answer Vf he examining snigeon or of a cqmpetuut recruiting tfficer would be about us follows Any man not la a hospital vcon rouau iLof wcekpurhaps f uuolmaotit fur a tow months of military work in the estimate to which he is roost acpu iomed changes of climatic cor dltious are still more exacting There is no pIaceIa the army for men who have lost their viitalitv by over exertion at rowing bic clng runniug or any other tif the texercises which are popu lar meaps of gratifying the mao passion for excess buI The Sll for must be n burden us well as a beLutOrj oflBortWe bt1Iforsveaei l Yet auy rumbliDg1 during drill hours whicb Bum ber at least four a day mustj carry a rind vhich with its bay uuet weighs ten pound his belts etc addtwo pounds On the march even in light march lug 01 dor the soldiers load is Iore than doubled for absolute esseniias arc several pounds of cartridges a rubber blanket weighing about three pounds a cuuieen which when full means number three pounds undo days falious about two povnds Im agiue any militioman wouldbe VtJuott err whether in country orI city fivecurrying twenty pounds jof weight fur tixor eight Louts uduy in summer with only the minUUs fmrl hour for rest 1m agiue5him if you can responding lo the order Double quick while carrying sucda Joad Yet fbeavvmeans that every man in the ranks must carry at least forty pounds in addition to himself aud he able to do it at a jofi trot for hours if occaion demands The strain of the march is enormous Myst of a soldiers burden s carried on the shoulders and at the uait A tight belt bus a bad effect upon the digestive organs and the kid oevs so there is issued a shoulder belt 10 rulieve the waist of lightness and weight but this belt presses upon the chest the strap of the canteen and that of the haversack likewise aud to all this is added the weight of the rifle The stralulinally fails ujion the neari bencu lhemaady officially rcrotruizod in European armies us tioldiers heart a weak ness that makes men until fur ser ice and recovery from which is errsoi t UTHER iI There is no word so full of roeahinp and about which such tender aQa holy recollections cluster as that of MOTHER Itshe who watched o e guiddthe life of every Expectant Math er s beset with danger and aUcf fort should be made to avoid it Mothers Frinti so assists nature thcchangetaklag the Expectant Mother isena bled to lok for ward without dread suffering or gloomy fore bodinp to the hour when she experiences the joy of Molbsfhoodi Itsuse insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child andS he iis found strongerafter than before onfinementin short it makes Childbirth natural and easy as so many have said Dont be persuaded to use anything but MOTHERS fRIEND mln1 My wife t1ficrod mure in ten tea with either of her oher two chit hellil Iftvlripblessingcoma MOTtlER says a customer HcaDEJiaox DAta Canal Illinois Of DrajgliUnt oracnt by express on receipt of price Write tor took contotwatf tMMmtaUla- ond Tuloablo Information tor sit Slothen rca The Brailflcld Qegulator Atlanta 1i1cts Wire The irmucdinte cause of Millets ccas ling to to apaintcr of the nude which f lliilrrmnwhich he overheard ia Paris But tie Buppat in this crisis of Lie life which entr him to Bsrbizonaud daring the ghastly privations of the next 25 years t cemo from his wife a peasant of Ncr nmudy liko hhumlf The anecdote of the wifts cheerful decision on the ovcntful night in Paris hits a prominent place in Mrs Henry Acys book on ililllet MilWt had laviriied nIl his skill c the modQlirg of Hagara form ixd iit tended the hole to Lo a ttrihiug stn of the node Suddenly when the pittai wss abacst finished ho changed tuiiid And stopped short For ono vcuicg us Lo stood before shopLnppcucdat one cf Lie own pastels a drsv ing n vcaaa tttMag which he hadVlatt sold Ota youth asked tko otter wl bad paint thia picture ms romrlU1i rtl1ieditA umn named Millet zimor paints anytl4ng tut raJ wo en Tho words were n shock His frieo had often Ldmircd his nude figures w praised lilt skill in flesh painting B ncvrr until tbatmciretbad ho reali that his reputation as en artist dcpcc cd en this kind if work He went hon that evening anti said to his wife If you egnednt I will paint no arof these Lfe will be harder than fe aiid you will snflfer but I shall lx fn and abio to do what I hive londnar cdof ITJ anT wcman rcpxicat J Aa ready Da U yen Will IASpin on an Ice Vachr The wind Js strong and steady and the boat glides faster aqd faster Sharp czolatB tioasof pleasure testify that the passengers are enjoyiug it Tho speed inoroas Before lies a field smooth as plate glees an J level as a billiard table For two milos it extends without a flaw At Its further edge lies a tremen dous crack fllltd with ground ng ice and heaving bluokwater Tbefnll pow er of the wind strikes the white wings as the eniootbaet ice is roeobed and the paoaFastereling faster ftpn the wind that drives her The air to be lull of elootrlo Eparfejfffrostyba blurs the view ov try bearer is throbbing with delight at the wild free sped of haU liefbre one bus had time to think the crack seemsto be rflsblug at the boat A mo meat of inUJrfs anxUty a catching ot breaths a wild puiuplfcg of lioLrte then a sbriclt of excittrf Joy The bitharBown tbe gap as n hunter clears his fenco has fining ft behind her with never a rap rud is tearing away over auotbcr good bit as though she had no need to touch anything more solid than the cold SIfiC air Oating ID lBcrleT TRnn DuMenderHugaxJuo of Art npropoa ot tan typical Tatty jreninu of bis drawings oo car tine fbllowiui quniLtnnd clwartcr let te ptiMafo I ale hope tho ruder does not uitlike inertbnt is If bo knows her I am foud of her myself or rather to feud of what I want her to be She is my piece do resistance and I have often beardLar commended ami the praise ot her this soucOcd sweet in mine CUrs Dud hasIrather tall I admit und a triflb stY but Lnplitb women are talland stiff crJotsbatdjfiicult with a were Ktrotc is Week ink la indicate ttA tupbauting little purred hues that go fionj the ireso to the mouth corners causing tho cheeks toiauko 4116II = Cnntonj Els Tire In 1822 Canton woe nlmostoMltor 9 TIlE mcaLENCEOF SYRUP6P fIGS IB due not only to the origindhltndIsUnplkiity of tha WJSIknown to the CAijrdRMiA FJQ Synup Co only and wo vh to impraea upon puro1lA1iinltheigonuiuc Syrup of flgsismaeufactared by the CALironrTA FLu Srnup Co jonly knowledge of that fact will assist ono in avoiding the worthless Imitations manufactured by oher ties The high standing of the piarI FOUNIA Faa SYHUP Co with the xnedi oat profession and tho satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Iflga has Given to millions of families 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