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GillE NEWS LEADER establiahed f January 1894 a combInation of jc WaRbthgton Jaunty Lendr 1SS49i id Springfield 1owa 1S90 94 1 t 1 F tJ I J jow Series Vol1v No 28 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON tf rUNTY KENTUCKY JULYJ 14 1898 8100 A YEAR I Ie tM itr4b1qf1 lMl SSSW It g IIr8M bi tit Irr i VNc LI r t J iMnm mw rYaUR DIRECTORY 9 StBINGFIELD county seat of Wash Ington County 6S miles conthwcst of Lax iHgton 59 miles irotn Louisville OI ards town branch 4rf Louisville and Nash vtll railroad In a farming and ngrfcnltnral dis trict Two banks te1eraphand telephone line eapress office flour mill Inmbei SjardL Population 1100 population of iS Bounty 15090- ReprewBtatfre In ConjrrPts Hon D H J Smith CloverSort Kv Representative In Kentucky Legislature Rain SJae1aa AKepreiepaUve In State Senate Hon U tfMcCkordi tWrpg1MdKy COUNTY DIRECTORY CmCUIT COUKT CrculiSCtoart begins on the fonrtb Moii jJotIJylo Fetfruury Way and October I C E Patterson Judtte Ir W Sweeney CtJrnmoowealtbAttomey f WCampbell Clprfc vV TW SIcQiat Xastr CommlMloner QyCOUNT- Qarterly Odnrt Is hId on thlt third Won lay in January April Julj and Ostober B L IiUser Judjr COUNTY OOUtTJJ County Court riceta an thV fourth Mon tor in each montbif BiTJtoeyJpdge rF liooter oBott Jj L T g Hayes rourtv Xttoni jrr JRBmiLh Jailer E4 7 jJBPowell 8herlff i WBTbnraic t it Sidney Ch9 rte Dpites ByrnnCroike it Ed aIiAamosV XI rounney9r T QBt rR1ta ft if A It Cmpbeli ixiuhty Treasure J PTtNaPSNLOOlUOTO1 1fla1tPoIteJizdgF t tJ obn Grace Krshlj fWO Att4irneiIJ I jUtolCTOOUIIT J ustlee c0t Is atebel Jan ary Atu JalrnudrtbTBer I 1t CHUaH DIRECTORY BAPTIS HUnOH r Rin C 0 Pugb tMtoc Serrlee every f Spt1byat 11 amnil8 PD1 puday 5echoo at 8t PmrJr Meeting on lesdAy nLjhtatTtM pm METHODIST WlldI CHUROBI ll ir 13FAtklnson pi5t Jpprvipes on the Flrt arid Third Subidajrjri tachtriinUi LtItamand3plnS c PR ESBVTCRIANCHtoRCH Hex RE 0 Lawson5pajjyjces j tinndajatll am aor P1iPnaY Moe IrigoTeryTbnwdaynlghti CATHOLIC CHURCH SItevP FHenDesyP tor Servfceevry sunday at and 10 o clock a1I Berrice 1 at St nose same bour J jFllASOjno LODOE Springfield lodge No 50 jeetaotcondMond vlncach month Washington R p chapter Ne 27 inceti every third Mondav BprtngQeld CounuU No 62 meets every fourth Monday KX Hoaoi Meets oTe yiocond Sfl1 fourth londay In each montlu KNta rs MvaHlia1eeta every Orst WednesdaY of each inonth rLv andN TIMEf TABLUl J lIrrlfalMlDepartufflof Trains 4143 42 44 P C45 fX- LTAr tprlngflcld 5 ISO 4C 80 15veIIey urn 5 n 6471H722 1303 r Booker 8 54Croakea 5 M M 05 U 87 Woodlewn6 03 18 669 1127 ErIyTfmes6I222 540 15 Bards town 623 JM 10 oNazareth 8S0303 57 1133Bamuels 3 at Ii 21 10 2 D eatsv1U8 458 Ii IS 10 1CaneSpring8 53 4 5Q3 OOOIIobb CIi AH 5 00 9 hLlearmont1 80 4 55 9 4JhBard8UWnJunct 7 5 00 4 40 pb flrd STill e 7 20 442Uub rs727 hI4sa4 37 8 80 South Louisville Ill 55 Cr 101tqr 64pa medical reference boot rptrpon DfQUted with any pecli roTila or delicate dlscsn p cnllnf to sir sex Addrew the leadingl ph jar as and sprireons of the United States Hathaway Co 70 DearliOru street 40 CVXE ACOLD IN ONK OAT rLaxative Bromo QuInJn Tublets druggists terUfitltJ1Q mnnp Jr it ItHo cure 25o For sale by llnydoq Rooortoou sndWatera t Browile One Minute ConxhItafe Is the bestJj epsratlon thiIl e over sod o f od and I casfj mtich Jn Ita lls1 lJ MJKennon Merchanf oil 0e Watcrrifc Browne p l TjuiJr NEWSLEADER DOWN LOVERS LANE i iti Of elder blossoms throng the way And dappled shadows sport and play f ij Down Lovers Lane w Herehapp Y redbirds glint and gloom F = w Thje wild roselsheds a rare perfume i = Yet 1Death oft lurks in leaf and blooin IIOnn Lovers Lane w w IirIi J T COTTON NOE ik l ir fTJ t t 3- J F E ft firfW1f Oddsaud I = Ends of Gossip tt n MUSEMENT The Old Maids a Convention which is to take place at the Opera House here pn the 2Gth inst promises co be a very good thing in the amusement line The characters will be made up iron local talent qmte a number of young ladi taking part The play was re cently given by a local company at Stanford whereit was quite a hit It is said to be very amusing TATHAM Oui cprresppndent I states that t e ear fil yor sixty guests at the hotel this week which is a very good IIWyseason been1j oflgu1orrelspocding period of last ejweatherej qnence the number of visitors will naturall increase InI BAD MANI notice that the ft Harrpdsburg pttpers and all of the dispatches sent put about the desperate ctof Richard Votaw who killed two men and wounded two women t Cornish ville are very art 1rt Uitb that Votaw waa from Washington county andf that he was a tollgate raider and a bad man tgenerally The fact is thWVo taw had lived for a tune in Wash sbortIdistance most of his time in that county onbityinIbut not many Ootaws B1djtis to be loped that the next obe of his class that is turned out willl ndslofsome other officer before he has a chance to kill any innocent people 4 4 OOD TIMES The outlook for et farm r5 this year isgoland if the crop season finishesup as good as it has been up wthe present time the farmers will have very little cause lor corn plaint The wheat harvest wbiCh has jjust teen gathered is an abundant yield and the farm Iers of this county say theynever paw a better prospect for corn tobacc hay arid other products Tobe sure dollar wheat which was predicted for this year is not being realized just now but the farmers have every confidence of an advance and those of them who can afford to do so are preparing hold their grain JTor a later and higher market Prices for live stock are good lambs being higher than for soy eral years Altogether the farmer should begin to realize that a period of good timesis upon him 4 BALL The local fans BASE to be a little slow this year in getting up the usual- amountofenthusism in baseball Just why this iis it is hard to say Perhaps its the war and per haps lt something else anyway the attendance at the Jew games which have been played on the local grounds has not been what itshould be The boys have a good club this year and although they never practice they haze given a good account of them ThoyJt lj from Perry ville which came herded as the State Cham 4 pions and havingr as their pitcher Bobby Blinco the Bards town wonder who has been playing this season as a profes sional with a minor league club Springfield has always boasted of a good ball club and the peo pIe are generally enthusiastic on the subject The boys are playing very good ball this year but they need more practice and more encouragement from the public i iti TiTHAM SPRINGS Our Regular Correspondent IfFrom are fifty or sixty visitors at the hotel this week Mrs Ollie J Tichenor pf Tay lIbrsxille is spending two weeks at Pr Sam Tathum aud Is Im- provingraphuly Miss Lizzie Hollnway also of TaVlorsville is at the same place and is improving She thinks the good water and healthy sit uation will enable her to return home in a very short white Mr Dudley Topp fiodsf now and then a leisure to steal away and vist Springfield Being flwst respectfully Invited by Mr Sam Tatham we spent Thursday at his home Thfitreatmepjt we retvgdl 4rom him atd his pIeasantwUe and tb0 delightful visit tnayoccasluu an9tber vUit id the near future phasanteveoling lhe residence of Mr John Young uear tjharpsvillo T are we met Mr Sam Holhday known so well in SpringfieLd Mr W P Hooker and Uncle Dick Elelen are here from Spripglield this week Mr Qreer and friends of near Wood lawn Ky were at the Springs Thursday Mrs El zibeth Dean is quite sick with indicatidns of Hux Mrs David Thompson died lost Thursday and ber remains were interred at Willisburg Aunt Same C uter an aged and highly esteemed lady died last Wednesday near here and was buried Thursday at the Mt Freedom cemetery Ilonrn TbI We ofler one hundred dollars reward for anCMO of cnturrb that annot be cured by Htdln Catarrh Cure F J Cheney t Co Toledo O Wo the undersigned have known F J Cheeney rr the last e5 years and believe him perfectly honorable all business frnnsactloph and fluancUily alJetocairy out any obligation mado by their firm West A Trtiax Whslcsalo Druggliits To ledo O Waldiu J lnnati t Marvin Wholesale l druggists Toledo Ifalls Catnrrh pure Is taken Internally acting dlaectly cpon the blood nnd mil coils Hurfaces of the system Prlco 75c per bottle Sold by aU druggtstb Toati monlals free flails Family PIUs are tho beat HltLSBORO 1 From Oar Oomipondent News ttscarce in this vicinity Mrs Nannie Sutton is visiting in C srnlshville Mrs Nancy Dudgeoriand granddaughter Miss Minbie visited the formers daughter Mrs Birdie Davis near East Texas last week Miss Mattie Fitzgerald visited her brother Will at Litsev last week Misses Sallie and Bertha Bar ker pf Fen wick were the pleasant guests ofMis Bertha Leachban Sunday Thomas Hedger of Antioch is with bis daughter Mrs Mary Clark who is quite sick Mrs Neltitj Kelly and children of Springfield are with tho fam of Pbotnas Kelly this week Miss Annie Kelly who has been isiting in Springfield for lthebornet I Joen Lambert Las moved Jto Coruisnville John Sottlrt sold a horse to Lee Settle for 50 Mrs Amanda Da geon wbo has been on the sick list Jtor some time is convalescent fMrs Nannie Davis is at her fathers for a months stay i Mrs ieesimrns is quite sick Rev Mountjoy filled his regu lar appointmenti here Sunday a G Howell and wife of Mack yUle spent Sunday at Jbsepb Clarks j I James McMillan and wife werf the pleasant guests of MrsMplHe Settle Sunday Will Leachman of Litsey 1ia visiting his parents here r The Hare IM Grippe Cure There is an suffering from this dreaqr 1gItDjougb your body your liver Is out order have to appotlto no life or ombl tion luiiea bad cola in fact com plenty used up Electric Bitters is the only remedy that will giye you prompt and Rurercliuf They set directly on your lifer stomacht and kidneys tone up the wbolo ysjein and makes you feel Ilka anew behie They are gnnrantof or lrlce refunded For iiIla at Haydonifc Kohert8on8DrU4 Store only 50 eta per bottle Hobsau Nominated Alter three days of strUggling the Democratic district conven tion in session at Lebanon last week nominated Hon J P Hob- son of Elizabethtown as a candidate for Judge of the Court p ppea1s Seventyfour baiot9 were taken with the vote as follows Garrett 49 Kelly 30j Beckham 29 Hibson 181 Tne motijn was mde and carried tthat after the 75th ballot the hindmost man was to be dropped At the beginning of the 75th bat lot the name of Jurtge Beckham was withdrawn The count OB this ballot showed strength of Garnett 52 Enlly SUIl91sPQ 5tfj Klliy was Cropped The 76i h ballot was taken amid great excitement and enthusiasm The final vote was Gar net t 57 151R gibson 79 818 Hobson was declared the nominee All the defeated candidates made speech Ps and a general love feast fol lowed The Washington dele gation voted its 8 votes straight fox Kelly until their man was dropped The vote was then di vided 6 09 YJtes going forGet nett and thQ balance tor Hobson TheAVethge Spinlard General Martinez Q m pos de livered recently s few remarks on the subject of the honor and dig nity ot Spain Addressed to the ministerial councils they were supplemented by others from tb Duke of Totuan The latter an nounced that Spanish warships would never lower their flags oefore the foe Thesegeutlemen have their country with teem The average Spaniard is a dfscl pie of Aaron who was m love with peace To him it is a ne cessity He caht spell bread without it let alone butter Bat be would rather sell his last stick pawn nls wifes woJding ring go to the front and takehih sons with him than admit that Spain can be licked He trnows that before a squad of his coon trymen an empire felL He knows that a regiment of them took Mexico and auothrr Peru He has listened to the story of the battle of Las Navas de Tplosa in which eighteen of his people were killed and a hundred and twenty thousand Sarrasins per ished He hasllsteoed too to the tale of the Sal ado where the death was balanced of twentyJour by the SpaniardiI a hundred and seventy thousand Moors He is familiar with the details of the fight at Lepahlo with other stories more enter taming still He Jrnows that barehanded without so much as a war oudget Cortez and Pizarro conquered half a hemisphere He knows these things and with thorn hip knowledge ot history edds The limi- tatiOnsi of this knowledge have preserved his innocence un spotted They have left him not wise but very proud Be tween a republic and a monarchy4 todllJreCjtbte est him as do the snows of yes i teryer Butocthesuhject01 the country at Jargp and particularly at war his views If tffoJ pie are compact The Dukef of Tetuan suncmariizl them splen didly It is a pity that the should have Jo be changed yet such lithe sway of the world Colliers Weekly Snap Slits With a Grapbopbone The Graphopboneis to the ear what the photographic camera is Qtbe eye and more for thc Grapbophone catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter esting eof a Graphophone is to make records of your friends voices to be preserved lot future useybu can catch the story of your jolly friend jjust as be told it or the favorite song of some loved one just as she sang it and have it reproduced perfectly at any time and as often asr yOu please Besides the Grapho phone affords wonderful enter lainment in the way of reprpt ducing the music of bands of cbestras or vocal or instru mental soloist No investment will return so much in pleasure s the purchase ot a Graphp phone It is the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue lin 80 to the Columbia Phone graph Upmpany No 919 Penn sylyanlaAve Washu ton DO One Minute in nt long yet relief la dbutned in half that limo by tbd un df Quo Minute k uh Cure It prevents const inptiorh arid quickly cores toldBV croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrippo4 ndan throat and luug trb fbjex Waters A Browne T SQUARTERLY RERORT v OPTImJ CONDITION OF v PEOPLES DEPOSIT Blir 1 INCOKFORATEO Ifi iSPRINGAt the close ot business Juno 01893 RESOURCES Loons and Dlsoounts less loans to AAJdnisc1IDireluded 6h SaJioO Overdrafts ssmred288119D-uo from fatIonal bankIU17Ltfr DUd from Btat4 banksA bankers 7 23WS8tlBStld8S Ranking House and Lot toM 3iI Mortgages 2t600U- U8peclot I6l- 28Currency2TIXJOII 688183 Furniture and Fixtures 1250 88 Total 170U3103 IJAJIL1T Capital Stockoooo no tSnxplas 580000 179J1IuDepof its subject to check on which lJ58ULWTlmoon rhlch Interest Is paid 850303110803 09 Itotal ei7082l03 J AJKQULWARE Qashler G D tOBELt Oi PreL Stato of Kentucky Count of WJublngtoti J 88 PeoplesDepositbuslns on Main street In the town of Hprlngfloldln wild county being duly J81fn1893 to the best of hit knowledge and belief and further says that the html fleas of sold bank has boon transacted at the location named and not else where Duct that tho above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from tho Secretory of State designating tho 30th day of June 1508 as the day on which report shall be made J A noULW ARE Cashier Snbaerlbod and sworn to beforo sue by J A JJOULWAUE Cashier the 2d da of July 1888 A McEWlOY N P Washington County Ky Commission expires January 13 1000 0 D KOBKRTSONV- CITA8 C McOI Lf Directors lkW outiu i LEBANON FAIR Below Is the speed prognn of the Marion County Fair and Trotting Association to be held at Lebanon Kyi Augoat 16 17f IS and 191808 FIRST DAY TUESDAY Auo J9- Throemlnuto Trot 9 200 Freeforall Trot orPace SOt 240 Pace 150 BKCQND DAY WED Aup 17 223 Trot ft 30- 0236Trot 200 THIRD DAY THtJBSDAYAiDd 18 1226 Pace eoo- 227Irot 300 245 Trota 200 FOURTH DAY FEIDAV Auo 19 217 Pace t e 200 219 Trot hSOO Show rings will occur each morning Floral Hall display first morning p D BoLDRicKj SAM T SPALDING President Secretary Our Unknown Farms Few farmers know the farms they till They can tell if they receive good crops or Dad crops w9ther the land is hard or easy dtwori whether the soil be a retentive claycr a loose sandy loam but thisunob knowing the Ifarm 11The great wrk of knowing the fern has just begun even in p wdellwak i ADVE DaoUbeNEWI i Big BargaisS jo ClotbiRI Our Summer GoOds must go we want to raak3 room for our fail and wlrferIk vgoods v t Wear selling rim Lafwris t 9 iit if Bt and Poreales at cost Jt j 1t i iI t J Fine Lawns worth frj 40 5cv t jsv t t Organdies 130 worth aocvN 44 jOrgandies xocworth 151 I I 4 t Yi J I Drench Organdies 130 worth spa j 7r Percales 6c worth 8 c a I Percales worth ioJf 70 hr French Percale roc worth 150 I l 1 okthese goods are thedatesbstyies o ItWindow Curtains t 450 to IJIi Window Curtains 850 worth Sfc s Window 300 worth 500 Ji J BestTable Oil Cloth xa i2c wot thaoc J NapkinsTowe1attheI bons will be sold at Cost Prices r iJ r i3 r tl r BwRGAINS IN STRAw llAISf t AJ7ft 1 rIo J1Sf raw Hats 130e WOI th 50cJI H l If Ir 4 iT l tStrw Hats 55c worth 75c J flitS P t I lihen Hats12fq worth1 1 45c 1j V I Xiiien Hats 40c worth 6oti r 4j Also same bargains IW Mens andoRthsHati iLha i BigBargain in Mens Underweaik Dont fail to read our shoe advertisement the best bargainstht have ever been quoted Mens Shoes 95c worth 140 Mens Shoes 100 worth 150 liens Shoes 200 worth 300 Mene h es295 worth 4 00 we it beautifapictureh ai always to F- WI SMITH I CO SPRINGFIELD kENTUO HAGAN BLOCK case of the most progressive farmers It will be a long time before the impulse reaches to the great mass of many 61 whom are to trqad in tbt old paths aud seek only for the old ways In every farm there are possibilities Some o1 DCWIowners haue never d the true of lars and could find crops that would do excellently We look Into tie future When our science haS a high stage in the years come the manner of treatment of the farm will be far different from that of the present day There will be ia of the farm astmuohas of the nation The geographiI bees carefully stud nce1KnoNingevsry part or the Tumi rft Will be possible to find out the needs of each and every part and apply the The boys and girls wanj arddo get off the fu toI If tney really knew the tolrforsatolr and a return for all But the I of the firm h JICTREI bI18fne pan h J through tHb o1hrn J1 IiSADEB reaqWtlio tM I buyers 0 I i I BEn V J h fi h All bv flithe farmers iifF i i Ladies Fine Oxfords 65C FthI0 4 i xfsrdiat 100 WITtlf t25 xfirtl it125 wcTti I175 f tOxfords at i5 t 225Ji Jr With every 825 trade give away 1SSOO We ready serve you I 1 t t willing wonderful scovered cooditiou acroycr forward reached to geogranby ationswiil remedy unknown 1or8Iknowledge t wcrth annot be ootamedby force or oy committing to memoryspme or many wise sayings We must approach tie earttworks the tiPjIlJYoWe must first know geology chemiStryj botany agrotastica hydraulics acd so forth rt These are studiesia farmers soul and daugbtar veryI undertake Thevwillbe f und full of delight With their ad vent will 1uwe a new life to the farm and a new feel in e of security to the Worker Hatiire Is a bountiful mother if she but be known We can not be Expected to know all nature but we can ktow that part of nature that is comprised in tba little spot we call thO farm Whether cul tivate an unknown or ft known farm is the difference between the muscle and the brain Tbo maqjtbat has an urkpown tatm farms by bruto force Hetthat has a known Ifarm farms by tie puwer of his mind Farmers Review There Is riopflln iir dfr comfort when Tablets Buckeye rib Ointment IS i fd It relIeves she itnhlnsclncreaed hy search lug It Is prepnred with scientific tccn tact anU profowjoHRl ktmwledre and use kind that curSe Wind bleeding Itch inland protruding riles with nft pain or loss 6f timn Ilitydun it It b rUun IMIss Belie BinliuieRlyes U HOW engaged ubtIrdhook the title Of whIch lis4t- he 1 Hart eanteth Tho aceoe Uf the story is luii at Centre I r College Pauville Bfd iltltsti- ii l thefalr- satln Q r t styli whetr- wife rcan dfivlde lite liiEiMtloas between loveiit 4 rfc 1S3j words hi tJiru woatjJcan bt fe wife IB thu trtteseltstt iud a novelist a t the samotueSElkton Pro tes To Care CooktIpUe Ves 1Take CMcareuc Caadr CaibnrllfciJgKgr iM It a CC tan to cure druwt M nfw njeeT lrl YOU PIIt pI rntIi r kowf by- ZsyOwL Wk oeM14 siouk Is- yo fWt sftand UYC yo lilt MTftift axe yiz S- iacaa Theic or poor itl4They arc juIt u frtisM tM wink Aai Tcaa b 1 cud atoac tiIM tMt Sootta1Enwn of ceJ1r IJfu h phospAts W wtMsly- II help ydu Aimsit ifyso I can 4b It aM kact-41 dWurb the weakmst sIs iiachI1 it chaps cltt 4f f1TowlrtotiicIrYes ckyoWoW Jj krtrtMl IrnrslN SPe tioona WXKCMIH t4 wri0 THB WSLEADEI wiNTIIuRsDAi JULY 14 1898 I t WAR BULLETINS V I TIlE war situation has not wti 1 changed materially within the fI i r pasjwcek Our troops still sur SpanishIS11 i general in command has refused all of General Shaf demands 1f to surrender tho cityt6Maj GerJMiles who has ar befdr seft take the thEt Toral complies with the last de jnand for surrender A portibn j j ljf Saiitago has already been Destroyed With Gehvf Miles there Arrived about 4000 reen it iforcements Forty pieces of Or e tillery were mounted Sand ready i 4orrIi Gen Miles Tuesday prdered the destruction by fire of v 4the toWn of Siboney as a health measure I 1llUe now ex iAn goriis1 ttndehioble that numerous bodIaofSpanislOldiors haveww I havo 1eftSnibigo1 but is Dot Vknownhowfar this evacuationa IJ hasgonet0 Abpui the the bn1K fighting done this Qjwas on which was began at daybreak bya heavy artillery ttci navS also kjginingtisiiag the inch Jgng oftfie Nofor York and Brook 1 lyn The only Spanish reply was from rifles The filing was stopped shortly affeIuau and jind a flag of truqe wa s it1ntito tlmake the final demand for slir render Tim demand was pre ijfientedby en Wheeler Qen Toral asked time to consult Madr rid and this keptMho flag foal iIng until Tuesday morningj when 1 lie announced his refusalvl JG j jtlooks now as ifi all of the volunteers mustered T in will be giyeni a chance to fights us the campaignis be pushed vigor oualyi3aparat1ons Lr9 niW wl 1der2ivay for th Porto Ricq expedition Of tlieiL expe LiIi1ularSoAU volunteers now a tr seaports or under orders to move are going to Porto Rico J and the others needed wiLt prob fcbly bo embarked frpm Philadel 1ph a and New York The naval force for thee expedition will jt consist of the battleships Iowa Indiana and Texas and the ar inoredv cruisers Brooklyn and New Yprjc Maj Gen J RL BroolcpAvill command the army Commodore Watson who is to take 01flying squadron to theL coast of Spain has been delayed starting awaiting developments at Santiago Tim Fourth District Republi can Congressional Corami 1 1 e e ektmanner of nominating a Repub lican candidate for Congress Time lySAugust 3 as the date to hold time ipSip thirteen counties is to select iits ewn delegates using tlMcKi I J 4Y votoas a 6asofI tepresenta ton allowing one delegate for everyone hundred votes cast for hinvand every fraction Oft ififty rVLtr 0d willassemble at Elabothto afcU u m Aug 8 but if by July 15 there should be only one can dHato in the field the committee will declare him the nominee Marion county has instructed I 1for Capt Andrew Offutt as its choice for a candidate and as R C Blsndfqrcf has announced it will be necessary to have a 1 s iaeniiII fI roffered for years With tatter On any lund were rtuT and nnr fin Cn crooked The would crack all over 1I and the blood would nafnm themTha ti worfcflAnlaid Try AYERS BAR APARILLA I toot li all i which competdy healed tIIMJorMrs W ttOAN Kojeoforf JiCJ t 4 o J r lert M t I I convention The call for the Washington county convention U be found in another column this issueS THE cqnibination of the big o tobacco niatiUfactuing concerns witEftHov American Tobacco com panyt its head which has been fo tlirmingthe alarm of tobacco growers hasfailfJd so it is said at Louis ville The failure of thoscheme to go through is said to be duo ho refusal of several large manufacturers to go into it It emS that at the close of the halfyears business the iuact ter found that they j ad made good profits and they were satisfied to let well enough alone and did not desire to join t any combine wherein the profit sharing system would be forced rowIticularly consider tne combine arid its threatened danger to Vtheirt nvention howeyer will haveother matters f interest tbttobacco growers of oflthisone on the tobacco interests ofA the state H SdMB ofxthe papers seem to- beiindulging in acheap joke at the expense of Gen Miles by annpuncirig that he has gone to IS ntgo taking with him his thtalTdont know anything abut Gen Miles bathtub but we venture 1IIJibe assertion that had he been tin charge of the forces when the attack was made on Santiago he would have gone nearer thca front than did Shafter oven if be had to take his bathtub with h tpGeb Shafter from all ac counts was lying in his tent two miles inrthe rear durhig the fight When 1500 of our brave soldiers fell from theeffects ot the deadly fire of the Spaniards t AccibnDiNtJ to a Statement1 j qustnlQntof tho Louisville Nash vilie Railroad Company the gross earnings of that road forth year past were 21966292 This is a remarkably fine show iing for that road and indicates a general improvement through out the country The surplus earnings of the road willl here aftetprovide dividends for the stockholderst The management of the N N has restored part of the cut in salaries of employes which was made several years ago and announces that another advance will bo made Jan 1I1899 THE insurgent leader at Ma nits ha managed to complicate matters somewhat by proclaim lug himself President of the pro ftrisiorial republic at Manilla on July 1 As General Merritt may have reached Manila by this a5timeproclamation declaring himselff Governor General of tho philip pines it may perhaps resolve the whole question into such jhapo that it will be extremely Jiflicult to handle tSinto effect July 1st At the close of business on Juno 29 tHe gov ernment had sent out to the dif ferent sections of the country 180000000 revenue stamps It wilt take a little time for the people to accustom themselves to the new order of things but the stamp tax will constantly remind everybody that we have a war on our hands ADMIRAL CAMARA with his Sanislifieet of warships made a bluff ut going to the Philip pines to tackle Dewey He sailed through the Suez canal but on reaching the other bide was ordered back again His little excursion cost the fcjlianish government in canal tollsi and pilot fees the snug littlesuin of 140000 VonderfnII HarvlouX are expressions frequently board about FoloyVKldnoy UFOrDIflflL falf to tiy tlilBfernat ronedy for nU kldnny trw lLc Uiiydou IlobcrUoii Scrofula a Vile- Inheritance ScrofuiastbemotobstInateofbloodublcsand i inherited taint in tha blood S S 8 is the only remedy vhiph goes deep enough to reach Scrofula It forces out every trace of the disease and cures o worst coses- My son CharUot was afflicted from infancy with Scrofula and bo suffered so that It wcs ImpoaeiUe to dress him lor three years Hii head and body wcro a of sores and his eyesight alBo became Affected Ko treatoPtjl wa spared thatwe th ought would reliero him but ho greW worse unn1 his condition wu moet deed abfi I of his ever being cured when by the advice of a friend wo Rare him S 8 L wlfle Specific do ci de4 Improvement was the result auer ot he kiewhisreoognlud him All the sortS on his bodY have healed his skIn it perfectly clear ana periedhealth1m St IAcon Ga For real blood troublea it is awaste of time to expect a cure from the doe- rsto Blood dIseases are beyond theh skill Swifts Specific sss1for Blood reaches all deepseated cases xrhioh other remedies have no effect upon It uaranteedpurelash mercury or other mineral bySwiftQuick Rellol too Astlimn- Follys honey and fir Is Runrnntccd VjtoluthmRmedicines that have failed to g vo rollof Giyo It a trial IIHVIon ct Icobertsuuti A Jluunted Workhouse The prisoners in the city work house have been wonderful y ex- CIted fur sumo time past the statement having been made at tbe plnce was haunted Dismal SOunds were beard every night and the negroes inthe ilock up lost sle p and finally concluded to matte a rush for liberty regardless the danger of btnng shot for their action Negroes are superstitious at bestI id wnen ODH of then suegested that the sounds ffere made by tbe spirit of a man now daad wt IDw at one time wad a policeman whom thoy feared and bated tbe suggestion wai acepled as true and thir fright at times made thum piiablH oHjjclsj indeed She SrtmuHI is REitlBLMUN CONVETlflN1t A mass convention of the Bepubll n party of Washington county is I f Infnext at 130 oclock for the purpose of appointing delegates to represent said county in tljo Republican Con gressional district convention calL to meet at Elizabethtown Aug 3d for the purposA of nominating EopnbJi can candidate for Ccngress jn this dis trict Said dounty convention shal also appoint A county committee for Wohlngton county and transact such other bqsineus as may properly bei brought before it This July 13 1898 JL WHARTON Obtnn Rep Co Committee DuriiiK the hot weatbor last Buminor I badasoero attack of vholvrH morhus n aoeasItathagmyaayii Mr CA Haroof hero Bros Fin caatlo Ohio Aftor taking two or Ilireeedoses of Cbntntorlaliii hIisrrhntaIloved and In n few hours was ablo to re sumo myw irk in tbestbre I sincere iv reolllll end Itlo anv nao afflIcted with sotn cb or bowel trouble For sale by laydon tt Kobertson Peculiar Case of Fever Mr Glint Gordon heard acDm motion among his qhlckens Saturday uight He went out to ifn vestfgute taking his shotgun with him He fired both barrels at the retreating thief and next morning found two dead chickens olLhtt scene of action It was evident fron this that be had got the range A colored man in the vicinity was taken violently ill next dug with fever He grew worse rauidly and died Monday It was tie curiestest fever ever seen said one darkey Itat broke out in his side in two places and he did at live uafdl iio time Herald Ledger I bavo used Chatnbf rlainx Couath Remedyln my foniiljr f ir ywira and al W4vs ii00P0wIts good result save Mr W B dronwo llnd It mpeclrlly ofTotllvo For sale by flaydon Rober- tsonSheriffs Sale F- ORTHXES On Monday July 25 1898I TJl The same being County Court day I will offer at tho Court housedoor- er in Springfield Ky to tho highest bldc the following described property or so much thereof as will pay the taxes and costs due me as ex Deputy SheJiff of Washington County Ky prOP1ertyADAMS SIMON amount of taxes on I land for the years 1S9391 0506 and 1897a 8200- 5HBiPOWELL ErDeputy Sheriff AVaahlagtoa Oo J t 1ThoJ apPliestfQrt3yrcumplainta havStilLgrIlThereohelbourne except to hanZ him and the hangman must be verb sure tLat Joe Is eadthen or be will scratch outafer they bury hm A year ago he fell from a Antreecollar bone and his left arm lin Ttwobeing a CQtnnouod fructureottbet elbow which we suppose surt brogeonscompltx fracture besides ttliS1 his breastbone was driven into the truuk almost tothesplnslofl column and the doctors had to prziti out before he could com r curaiencehreuhioglat rhlr left thighwas grouud into a jjolly hv a steam shove makintr one of the must corn pitthi cated compound fractures with1f which surueous have hac to COI e1jbone t te1je1j rStar ountryBariellJi A Narrow EMvuitt tlThankful wEIwi th u bad cold which settled on my j anngst vIldmoupHayin I could live hut a HbortP1 mt I gave myself up to my Savior t JJIIfriendsconsumption coughs and colds I gavo oottJL81It WtInunRobertsons Drug Store Itegular size t JUfuhuna BETOEE BABT IS BORN A Valuable Little Book of Interest to All Women Sent Free Every woman looks forward with feel Ings indescribable Joy to the onemo m hhichewlJlbeher breasthow sweet the flamei- f i1patroni1 J a suffering attendant upon being tpreventedsothatneed not be looked forward to with f nearcase Every woman who rends thi paper can obtain absolutely free Qvnl uable nnd attractive little book enti sendi11berId Regulator Co Atlanta GaOThis book alldferU A Spin on on Ice Yacbt f The wind is strong and toady and tbe boat glides faster and faster Sharp exclamations of pleasure testify that tho iPeedItlCrcaSCSplate glass and level as a billiard tablo For wo miles it extends without Saw At its farther edge liii a tremed dons crack filled with ground np I P and heaving black water The full po Ivaer of the wind strikes the white wings s the smoothest ice is reached and ttbo pllCeFalterling faster than the wind that drives er The air rooms to be full of olectrio sparks a frosty haze blurs the view cry bearer If throbbing with delight the wild free speed of it alL Before one has had time to think the crack seems to be rushing at tbe Goat A moment of intense anxiety a catching of breaths 4i wild pumping of hearts then Iootbl1lllownfence has flung It behind her vt nlb never a rap and is tearing away overJ another good bl sheas though iJad n need to touch anything moro solid lb the cold sweet air Outing How It Happened uWly Mr Portly you ore all done opt What rthE matter It ltButl doeFJic2cnde Xanteq SouredrUnpleasant gossip about Dr NaMeD iis cirralatiut in Stockholm It is said haveJruined his DnIndmlsnn1thrcpoArconlinp to these tstories be Icfr the F ram nun made his perilous journey on toot over tbe drifting ice simply to etrapt the society of his shipmates This ttheory has been pushed so far as to makn it account for the fact that Mrs Nan n instead of living at home with her husband u makiug a concert tour of fiwedan It fa aaystItitt pa t DaIIIHnlfllnndiooslt well Jt cures coughs and 1quleUuKBnllard1 snow Liniment cures thou mntlnrn neuralgia headache sick boadi uchoBoro throat cuts sprains Bruisof old sores corns and all pain and Infl mation The most ponetrntlnK llnlmei t In the world Try It SOc ilaydon ix IHW D BLAYBROOK ittotJey kaw COIIecttonoffnote i v- Offloo with 57 0 McChord L t siitiwc FLED KY Mo tirlniuc or PalU- NrArrow3inIthtIHJam2l 1807 Dear sirsI bavo been bothered for 15 roars with conatipallon nod have tried many preparations dunnp that tim e I commoncbd nsinz Dr Cald wells Syrup Pousln In the fall of 1895 and un hetliatlngly say it Is tho best remedy I e ever found for tIn trouple No in or pains utter taking Yours etc WJtUURT Waters it Drone tTHE WOSDDRS OP SCIENCE Lung Consumption andHcientlltBeedera he distinguished Now York chemist T A Slocum dcmonstratlnghis discovery ol a tion liable and absolute euro for cousnmp Pulmonary Tu crculosls ann all nchial throat lung Bud chest diseases Ptub bOrn coughs catarrhal affections erall decline and weakness loss of flesh and conditions of wasting away will send THREE FREE nOTfLK8 all different hIs uew discoveries to any nflUcted read er tbOl KwsLEXDEit writing for them His New Bclentlno Treatment has ed thousands permanently by its timely profponala tr infalllblo cure Science daily developes new wondersand cxperlmnttngtto humanity us can bo claimed by any mod treubij lea and consumption are curablo In any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed labia Americon and Euro penn laboratories In thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to consump spccddcerttlndeatbS imply write to T A Blocum M G 99 Pine stret Now York giving post office d express address and tic tree medicine be proUiptly vent Sufferers should e Instant udvauta o of this generous yposiuiouSPlcaso tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in tim NEWSLEADER Don Hlop Him fie hns a bad attack of colic and is mak- Ing for Havdnfi Robertaonidrng store after u bottle of Foieys Colic euro 25o nud 500 Penny IVIne and Ioand Foolish lara toT who have not Foley Colic Cure In the family Ilaydon it Robertson 7 GENTS ANTED FOR THE LIFE OF Im EE1 Gladstone BT JOHN CLARK HIDPATH The most celebrated orator and states man of modern times Hu brilliant geulus Ilnndachievements MinIsneatlpouucalt i j niage Most liberal tends guaranteed Twenty days vwdll FnJgbt paid Agems tbofieldth heathistfj Dearborn 8t Chicago Tiere In no 7 About n quUon indeed with those who have used It tint Folova Kidney Cure U awnlntoly reliable fur all kidney und bladeraldeanpn Haydon v INon t I2tflandWhiyflsbhtsI W1UrIFa1ibLW0uILYMD t co N o lit OFFICIAL BOOKPbout War with Spain the Navy nil de- ndblogofficer Nearly 000 pages Miusivn rull s autinhipjttotrlence not necessary Anybody cans eU it Ladles a successful as gentlrmfn Wo inAmerlradelartmtntIt j thnfieldfreeIthi premolummaker ever known stoat liberal term j g per Agentsmakhrrg7OOto23day 0 aid book sent prepaid to agents 145 Splendid sample outfit and full tn toJj DepHMnILL 1I was aflllcted with catarrh last au During the innnib of OClober I cnud Jifilthpr tHttenjor smell and iou hear hut litll Kys Cream Balm cured Marcus 3liautz Pahway N J That dark brown tRue and horrid breatbjyou ItaVo in the morning Is caused by iy inactive liver So no medicine olie fors whlp others for n fow day butilorblnecuroK Haydon tHbort8Oi SVRUPPEPSI DR CALOWLL8 NCURES CONSTIPATION ri That1- TIddl IIII- gsensation In the throat Is Instantly PInoTarlioneya byinllammnaUonl 1OIPrAtOIlIorgana propertles asasthmaLGrippeDR BELL- SPineTarHone I everywbereidSicSoc receiptOfpricsby 18The E E Sutherland llledlctho Compat- zPa4a Kentucky KeepII Posted ON THE ro WAR l By a specialv arrangement andfor a short time only we will offer the Twicea Neck Courier lh1S AND THE KewsLeader One Year For Only1 t 25 t The CourierJournal has the BEST war teivice of any of them and you get iit twice a week with the NewsreaderQ making three papers a week or 156 papers a year for onlyl a Dollar and a Quarter This offer iIs open to all 01 subscribers totheNEWS who pay up and one year In ad vaoce and to any new feub scribers We consider this one of tie most liberal offers made and there is no reason why anyone shoul iot keep posted one the war news and home news as well Address communications to E L DAVISON JR Pub MEWSLEADER Spnncfield ICv = Country Store House For Rent idiocatcdfield IS mIles from Bardbtown Seysti i 9orLouisville KT When TOY Ttsko Your VncnUon the most hccoosary article to havn lilt you after you r pockbt hook is a Itcttlo Foley Alio lure It Is an absoit t j p petition or cure ot all derangenrenth- of Ito bw n8trt6d by a cbangn of water You are likely to need it Hoydou Hobortson host 1Je1ntIEg iDftU Con ci the sge Always rtnidj to entortsJn requuresnosklll moper ate U and reproduce the music pf lands orches tras vocalists or JIcntal10101JU Tberels nothing like It far au eveiiinga entertalnmen c Other txalled talking machines reproduce- only records of cutanddpeA subject specially GnaphephoneIsGmphopbone youcan easily make and inutanily reproduce records of the voice or any soufld Thus It constantly awakens new Interest end its dunn is ever fresh The reproductions are cleat end brilliant CraH kHe arc sm if I11 inp- dllMtnfMtand under pUenti of Bell TttoVtr Ztlaon ndM cdonM MtahlUInwatU bend qwirtnr of Jbn forTUklDCMBdUnrtvid =Tiikixilucbino Write iorcaiaiegne olumbia Phonograph Co- DEPARTilENT 80 Na9191ennsylvania Aver WASHINGTON D 0 Now Ydrk Paris Chicago t Louis Philadelphia 3oltlmo e Washington Buffalo Educate Your Itowefs VUti CnicareU Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever e It C COtal1dmuggisnsri2undmct5y r c EEverybody 1 c Ji f Knowia fifi r 4 V f f iTHAT fF Cunniilianis X p Dtit 3 are showing the largest stock of Dry Goods Clothing Ejtfc J I and selling at Lower Prices than any house in town ihesV TWO FACTS account fbr4j j large ani increase tra4 ift tillS season V Our Dry Goods and DresKTrimmtngADeparinirnVs ver complete embrpcinfj a arett variety of bpth black a 94 fors and plain and novelties W6 have just recelyedrik krt istock of Silk Waist pattertS They are beauties tlI vfiit i setthpm IX Our Shoe Departmentt is our P RIDE and we nravjvjj proud of this season For we are eunol dito sbcwM Women and Childrens shops aod Oxfords inall tbaco a 1 stvlea and priced You will miss it if you fail to es stock T 4We lend in Teens And Ladies furnishingsr Notfoos RqysShirtsmade Waists and Skirt r L you know we Hlwava dp the larcest hJbiJJir tl of LtPy house in mown We do it because we give the bust styles and values for the llast monpyv f We are rnrthipjr tT eoial pricpk ofl Carpets Mttihc RuzgiLace Curtains Wail Paper EtcX Dons buy utjUl yousiesT our stock Ij Forget our Inducements to Cash Buyers tlIIDont j t i J 1 v r r J 2J M BURTON R JIAKMON IAYION iiitiliN J7kBUR17ONCPHATDON Sn IAKXOKH IBENIr fltakcrsTaud uncial Directors a jfJQASKEni 1 j U4 I BURUL lJ I RUBES OF ALL KINDS 1 ILy EQUIPPED Caliban swertjd pramptly aj or uipbt ASr z ri EMB4LMERgraunatot4 r I 4 r n = J J rJHAOMI J B 9Ct RPRhz4ci b KJ 1 I o sLL J Xi jAllEyWayiiij J 4 b rr TO BUY A I3 f 1 I 9 sUGOt f Itl Iv 1 7 t S c moDownand d see ME is 1 1 ge M r KARFIICK Down town Below Thompson Hotel M iiasio AY riMUNMIq t 1 EXPERIENCE TiLL 11N Tailoring l well as in other mattes goodgannerprices n 11 Qguaranteestu succeed It must either keer ittiDuidanlorquifthcficldt For 22 VIARS thhubeenepodonrBORiCU r Iki Ifllt CMup KCbUTaI1OI q They started in the lead and hiltljjmaintained it ever since They cthe admitted head of the custom tai log trade of America Every yen excellencetheiravot oftcm thousands of their patrons i forgel i44 Whm ybu Ia OUt roeawre f alOIN suit or OTctoat you are Miy gua aruturnrkraseship olYouthdaeeJtJteatoadmless money thin tot low mndc LySJ tJ1oeInrCALL ON Z GUNNINGHI AM A DUNCAN AQE rTS 1t I SPRINGFIELD KY w I FE LEADE- P liBES4EADERS SVUy munsDA1KOIlUNOfUL1SUD r T SPRINGFIELD KY 100 Ili ADVANOI 4 4 I Local or Business Notices 10 cent per lino fur the first h3efVIftuI5 cents for achsul c j eryon Calls ctniUdntes and political matter 10 cent per lino 6Cji JTob Work is done at low rates but cash V must be paid oa dellrnrjr of goods isViiAdYertUlDg cotitnts made on liberal VerTns pbitnariej and re lotlons of respect 3 Hlnkf fOt7lril founiy ifajrlslrates I 2TO 1County Officers 500 Dlstrirtomcca 1000 hWiIdertDENTIST Ml Until Qftfitlois Performed 3 uoIIrVVV ji TEETH EXTRACTED jt WITHOUT PIN 54 In Springfield every first Thursday I- and Friday of each month 44f E MaTh OmcB ESJ Fourth Avenue LQUlSVILtE KY a JOSB CpSSELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON S03T1cfl HOURS 8 to10A M and 7 to 8 P M a Qn cmlnMC h ncbertsunB1dg 1 J f HUBER H HeRDlJ DENTIST QFPICBIEfl4RT Bcaowo t Y V n tJ SPRINGFIELD KT DR j HI HAMPTON 1 L oIcEA- 4 3r4ORflCZTkCLEflXa OFncI r DRJFRINEIRT4 r PFFXCE HOURS 12 to 2 p rnT VvkELVERYDAY I f spuroG J Tari t jf aDRJ I RESIDENT DENTIST Pi JTEETH EXTRACTED Thour PAINt OiaaThtg1B1ock up stairs fSSPRINGFIELD KY AU bentdkWork Strictly Firstclass W F NJEIK1RK j ATTORNEY AT LAW i i iofIcEWith C OtcCunnDh h n ATIONEERSI Land and Stock Sales aTSpecialty RPRINQFIELD Ky SDR C I INDIGESTION CDWELLS PEPSlN Wheft you take a little for thu Btomachs sake be sore that you get a PURE ARTlOLE THE SUNNYSIDESALOON- d Keeps nothing but PURE WHISKIES PURE BRANDIES PURE WINfcS CORDIALS UIQAil AND TOBACCO rto J P GREENE Prop WaJWtreet Lower End of New Robert con faJQdlriir REUBEN MOCK- BLACKSMITH ICarriag mithlngjAU satisfaction at the Casey SPRiNGFIELD sbopI S 11 11 E f EI I 11 E E E fE E Ii E Eli I4t ABOUT TOWN S 333 J 3 333 J333 3 3 Ji J33 3 J FOR SALE One bay press C C McGxLL THE Teacherslnstitute is being well attended thifnveeki by teach ers rom all over the county NOTICEI will next fall open a Poultry Slaughter House and will pay the highest cash price fpr turkeys and all kinds of live Fowls and eggs C CMcGiLLi SHERIFF PowEtL wishes to announce that he will be in his office in Springfield on Saturday and Monday of each week where he will be pleased to meet all those desiring to pay their taxe WANTED Stock to pasture C C McGiLL THE Springfield Base Ball clubenttQCompbeilsvilleTuesResult Campbellsyille 16 Springfield MANSFIELD CLAYBROOKE Great Cut Price Sale on cloth argains111LnrgeIi custom made all to sell at a sacrifice THEY do say that one ot the best speeches made at the recent convention at Lebanon to nomi nate a Democratic candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals was thiili Of Thomas W SimmsJr- ftIiS county who seconded theI nomination of Judge Kelley Hofl W C McChord also made speech that caught the crowd when he nominated Hon Logan Porter of Glasgow for tempor ry chairman MANSFIELD CLAYBROOKE are slaughtering prices on Mens and pOYs suits hats ctndfur shings See them for bargains WHEAT is selling low at Bards tWIi ThaJRecord says Mr John 8 Humphries lastI week sold 80CT bushels of new wheat at the thresher to the Roller Mills at 62 cents per bushel Mr John Tal bott sold to same parties 400 bushels of wheat atthresherj at 62 cents per bushel Mr Penj albott sold a largequrntity orI the grain delivered at the depot for 60 cents per bushel Other farmers have sold their crops at thlricea but the majority re holding for an advance L ADIES dont forget Mansfield Claybrookos Great Cut Price Sal on entire stock all through July and August Fine dress goods organdies laces embroid eries and all must be sold re gardless of cost or value i R BREWER who lives in he Polin neighborhood this cou trw s tried by a jury bejj ore Judge Litsey last week on charge of selling whisky without license and fined 2i on one count and was allowed to compromise two others by the payment of a small fine on each Brewer it seems had been sell ing drinks from a bottle which e carried around with him and i ad been doing a thriving busi essj B PETER Co shipped on Tuesday the finest lot of lanbs shipped from this place this season The consignment consisted of 1000 head and they were all good ones Among the number was a bunch of IjBO raised on the St Rosa farm that averaged 80 pounds This lot was bought some time ago by Peter oatf- o rai1da nalf ents This firpi has shipped so far this season about 5000 3rnbs for which was paid from 4tto 5 12 cents per pound As the lamb market has steadily advanced they will make a good suqt onrjjhe business this season The firm has several thousand morellambs engaged to be shipped MrJ S Yanuey went to Louisville with the con sighnment Tuesday Farm for SaleII have for sale sisting of 200 acres of gpod land situated about five miles north west of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn aifd improvements More than half is in pasture and the balance under cultivation It contains some fine tobacco land It iis situated three mile from Valley Hill postofflce and railroad sta tion and on a good turnpike 1M KELLY KyIIYUlY u ThEWashington County Teach ers Institute is insession at the college building thl week The institute is being conducted by Prof R M Shipp of Winches ter who is a very able man in that line sof work and is making this session one of the most interesting and instructive ever held in this cOunty Mi Joseph Mansfield iis chairman of the stitute and C H Poage is inI retary Prof Shipp during the first days of the session brought up for discussion quite I a number of improved methods used in the schools The teach ers are evincing a great interest in the proceedings and all will no doubt receive benefit from the session The institute will last the balance of the week MANSFIELD CLAYBROOKE place on sale this week to close out BOO pairs shoes slippers oxfords and the greatest bar gains in Springfield The Cuban question and political le BUMslnk Irito insLicoacewith tbe man who ufler from plies What ho most desireS Is relief Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles Waters tt Browne RERSON75L E Gray Boyden In Louisville this week Henry Jones of Louisville Inhere this week B 1 Lltaey was at Tathaia Springs Thursday Mr Bak r Smith of Bardatown was here Tuesday I H Shurman was in Danville the first of the wee- kJudgW E Solecman and faze ifly arq at Tatham Hon W O McOhord was in Leb anon the first of the week JJlIcOabe and 0 A Thompson were in Bardstown Monday JohiRowland of Bardetown was up to Miss Ina Kimberlln Sunday DrJ M Burton leaves today for a visit to relatives in Madison county Mr Sam Spacing and sister Miss Kate of Lebanon were in town Tues day John D Meyer of Ohicago Ill is visiting Miss Jennie Olaybrooke near TexasJ Charlie Greene the popular young ass tant at the postoffice is on the sick list j JUn Irvine Wimaett accepted position in the drug store of Waters Browhe i T W Simms Jr and T Scott Maea5are in Frankfort on business thiaweek W D Olaybrooke was In Lebanon Ilast week attending the iomocratio convention lrand Mrs W F Booker have goneito Tatham Springs to spend a week or two Miss Lida Grundy has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Harrodaburg Mrs B F Deats and children relaiivc9InMIss Nancy Williams of Bards town is the guest of Miss Dollie Greene this county II 4 T Cotton Noe after spending a friendSberelreturned neighborhood were in town Tuesday Mr W R Casev is assisting Cash ler Boulware in the Peoples Deposit Batik during tho illness of Jim Edelen Mrs Oscar Walker entertained the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club at her home Walker Heights Tuesday Mr Carl Litsey of Lebanon passed through here the other day enroute to Tatham Where he is to spend a week or two Misses Triz Lodge and Pearl Con ner Who have been visiting Miss Kate Williams have returned to Freder icktown Mr George Baldrlck and wife of Lebanon passed through here yoster day on their way home from Tatham Mr Baldrick la much improved in health by his stay at the Springs The following party of ladles and gentlemen of this county loft Tuesday morning for a vinit to Lake Ohautau qua New York Misses Jcnnloiiled Iding Jennie Craycroft Laura Mc Ohord Naomi Browne and Kate sey Miss Mag Thompson is LitIto join the party enrouto Miss Wiliette Mayes entertain a few of her friends last Tuesday eve her beautiful home near Texas Those present wore Misses Florence and Katherine Qrav Sarah Bryant Wil letForsvthe Harrodaburg Miss Nan cy Williams Bardutown Misa Hattie Funk Ceoar Hill Tenn Misses Do lie Greene Nettie and Ina Kimberlin Bessie Claybrooke Annie Mayer Annie Neikirk Eleanor McElroy Annie McChord Annie D Grundy Annie Cunningham Allie Poore Ella Oraycroft Lizzie Boaley Mrsl Lille Handy Sherman Texas Messrs H B W D and P G McElroy James and Sidney Greene Naylor Kimberlin George Neiklrk Sebe Maycs Jr J It WDand J S Claybrooke George and Will Wharton W Q McChordJr E Mahsfleld OF Bosley Joe Minton James Ohescher T A Gruhdy ES LEADERlt year FROM OVER TIlE STATE Wheat is telling at sevPDty cents per bushel at Owensboro A DavIes county farmer real ized 824 bushels of wheat oh eight acres of land v W C Lambert of Hawesville went to Evansville and secured his grandchild 17 legal proieed ings from Its mother vho was living with a man to whom she had not been married Mrs Amanda Williams of Princton has ascertained she is lone of four heirs to an estate of- t116 000 located near Hillsboro has been discovered in ICoal county leftIRockv Hill thirty years ago on account of trouble he got into there turns up wish Roosevelts Rough Riders having joined under an assumed name f Paducah is now after a business college which is located at Bowling Green Geo Stephenson colored who killed Joe Tilfbrd while at Crab Orchard Monday was indicted at Stanford Tuesday and Wednes day he was sentenced to be banged Tbe report that Capt W G McFarland was killed at the battle of Santiago was incorrect Cipt McFarland married a daughter of Ibe late W J Lan dram of Lancaster At a trial at Brownsville over a mare wjrth 825 which was sold eleven years ago and is still living niuotyfour witnesses tea titled Murray has a new sort of so cial entertainment It is called progressive nonsense A bluegrass baseball league with Richmond Nicholasville Fran kfortand Lexington as men bers has been formed iI C Jdmesa llarioalurg liveryman has lost by death on an average pt sixjiprses every year since he bus been In busi nessHon Charles Uffutt formerly of Paris and exSpeaker of the Kentucky House of Representa lives is dangerously ill at his home in Omaha Neb and there is little hope of his recovery Nicholasville has a baby show The judges who awarded the yjcemiums to the winners will ufiTer dare run for office in that t outw WinMihler teller of the Citizen National Bank of Winches tAr who notoriously disappeared last winter died in Skag uay in January Miller lost heavily in Big Stone Gap His accounts jat the bank were straight He leaves a wife At Boonesboro Will garrIson struck his father wit a hoe de stroying an eye and crusning hit skull The father bad accused nis son of breaking off an en trageraent between the elder Gar risen and a young lady DfrtiDgrd Fuuclloim often result irnni tIioiio of quinine hot baths and hot drinks as remedies for a cold They qpen tho jtorcs end make tho system anscuptllila to more cold Dr BolIM Fine Tar Honey gone ta thn Root 0 the trouble and chocks ncounh stance or cures a cold in one night It exbiia rates the lungs MOORCSVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent Wbeal threshing is the order of tbo day It is yielding mod erately well Mr Lucas Moore and family have returned to Frankfort after a pleasant visit among relatives and friends here Dan B Good and wife are vis tttDgr at 8 Goods On Wednesday night July Gth at about midnight our people were awakened by two buggies uassinp through at a rapid rate Next morning the facts devel oped that Mr Nate Wekley and Miss Annie E Cutsinger had eloped to Joffersonulle and were acconpanieil by WillliamHoorer They were married Tburiday and returned to Moore VIIl that night May their path in life be strewn with ross3is the wish of their many friends Wallace Seay and Ollie Grib bins ire with Jake Merritt as threshermen U G Boblet visited his son Richard at Bloomfield Sunday Miss Janie Cheblham visited Misses Julia and Nannie Moore last week IThprfJ will be a meeting at New Hope Baptist church the fifth Sunday in this month There be Sunday school con vention at Mt Zion church next Saturday and Sunday Mrs M i n nie Ma y Qeld of Fred ericktownis visiting he parehis T Mr and Mra Jeff Smith this week j RM deary Ploraon MIc1 writes DettlttV Witch Hazel Salve is curlnB more pUps here today than all other remedies combined It cured eczema and all other skin diseaSes Waters it Browne LLntoto bed and early to rise Prepares a man for his homo in the skies IFArly to boa and a Little Early Rlwn- rla the pill that tqakes life longer and wiser VVatera A Browne When you are suffering from Catarrh or cold In the bead you want relint right away Only 10 cents is required to test it Ask your drtitrglst for jho Ulal size or Ely Cream Balm or buy the 60c size We mail it ELY BROS 66 WarronSt N YCity 8 E Parker Sharon Win writes I have tried DeWttts Witch Hazel Salve for itching piles and it always Itops them in two minutes i consider DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo the greatest pile cure on tho market Waters it Urowne That Slacking for ch Is undermining your constitution s p ping yoni strength Dr Bells Pine Tar Honny will euro it This is one of the most vnluabe remedies or modern times for coughs colds and bronchial troubles Druggists sell it Price 25c No cure no pay Is your child pnny peaked and pooviab bries It have convulsions If it has wurms Whites Crwun Vermifuge is the only safe cure Every bottle is guaranteed to bnng worms Vic Hay dn it Robertson Dr OvllM PJneTnr Honey will chek the worst cough or cure a cold In one night It cuts the mucus without exertion or strnlnlngahd stnpi the cMixb tartsItlung tissues with renewed vitality EurekaSaiooll1I year old McKENNA WHISKEY made for medicinal use Ice Cold Lager Beer on Tap BIG SCHOONERS C THOMPSON Prop SPRINGFIELD KY THE MARKETS The following table represents tho prices byihel2 oclock Wednesday bat is subject to variations thereafter on private advices frbm LoalsTillo dealers heat per btt to 65 era per bu I 35 to 40 atep rba 80 to vyo pcrbn Glover per bo 2 tosua WQrchaHay Timothy pfrowt Haj Jlorer per cwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS dATTLfe Report furnLibed by tho Louisville rive Stock Journal il Wast Main Street Lou IsTlUa Ky Eitra shipping VH 4 75 Light shipping 4 60 ri 75 Best butcher steers 4 85a4 63 Fair to good butcher steers 8 75a4 25 Common to mod bnteber steers 3 00 Thin rough steors poor cows and scalawag 25a 25 Oxen good to extra 3 50a4 00 Oxen common to medium 3 5a3 Leaders 4 a4 65 Stockers 4 c Bulls 2 Ma3 60 Veal Calves 5 75a6 00 MILCJI COWS Choice milch cowsh35 00a45 Fair to good ti C0a25 Boos Choice packing and butchers 22SIbtoSOOib 410 Fair to good packing 180 Ib to200lb 410 Oood to extra light 160180 Ib 4 a4 Fat shoats 120100 Ib 8 60a3 90 Fat hoa ts 1001 0 Ib i 8 40a3 60 Pigs 60 to 00 Ibs Q75325 Roughs 150490 lb t 250a340i sHEEP AND LAMBS jood to extra shipping sheep 8 25a3 50 Fir to ri3 25 Common to medium 2 n3 00 Bucks a a2 50 Skips and scallawags per head 50al 00 Extra spring lambs 5 5016 00 Beat butcher lamb 4 25a4 75 Fair to good butcher lambs v 3 73a4 25 Tallcndji 2 503 00 PRODUCE Reoort furnished by HerndonCarter Co GenerAl Commission Merchants 813 Mur rell CoUrt and 110 Third Street Louis yineKy boos Steady Fresh rebandled 9a0c BtrrreB Market Una Best grades aUk choice stock 1214e packing lOallc Market steady Cblckensbens 6a6c roosters S3o spring chickens per coz2aM geese full feaihere per dozen 3a35U plucked per dos t2a250 turkeys alive turkeys dressed SalOe ducks per per dos 175aS25- Michigan hand picked fl20alW now homo IlOc totlJ5- nn Orpen sulteJ 5aSc dry salt 10sl2c dry flint 15alflo PeasRaccoon I to 4 mink Na to 4 skunk prime black 70a short sti pe roc narrow stripe 20a40o broad stripe ISo opossum SalSc mu ktnt risducred fox 50a125 gray fox 20a50c- UtBCZLLiXEous Sorghum molasses 22a 25oper gal beeswax 24c per lb clover seed f275a325 per bu onions 275a300 per bbl rags pr cwt FBATiirRs Prime white goose 33a34ct gray mixed or old cOxtoX SETS lied and yellow 450aTiOO white as to quality DIHED APPLES New sundried active demand 3 a3c Iiiisn Home grownnew crop 210a225 per WOOLRest Ua20c burry 15al8t tub wdshod 23a80c black clear 17ol8c black iraffy MalOc OREZK APPLES Market higher and firm Fancy 300a400 choice 250n300 common 200a3N SD GBAIK Best hay strictly il11cy per ton tOalolt1 straw per toe 4OOa 450 ear corn 4a33cBheUed corn In bulk 84a35 feeding oats 32a33c when No21- 96aU c I OBACCO MARKETS The f quotatlonsCommittee ot the Leaf Tobacco Ex change at Louisville for this week 1897 CROP RED BURLEY Trash green or mixed 3 50 to 6 00 000I9 50 to 10 60 Common leaf short 9 50 to 11 00 Common leaf 11 00 to 12 00 Medium Icmf12 00 to 14 00 1700Fine 50IBY Trash green or mixed 4 5Oto 4 00 Trash sound 6 00 to 7 00 Common lugs OliO to 7 Medium lugs 7 60 to 9 00 Good logs 9 00 to 11 00 Common leaf short 9 00 to 10 00 Common leaf 10 00 to iOo Medium leaf 12 00 to 15 00 OFineF19UI AND FIMIIIXG justIssuedPaul Railway doncrlptUo of the fishing resorts along Us lines It will bo found of interest to the professional anglers as well as to the amateur A copy will be seat to stampforOenl Pass Agent Chicago EL I CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the- Signatero SAjfo z of fuet r 4zc- EGGS FOR SALE B Minorcas direct from Nor thup none better 100 for 15 Pekin Ducks pen headed by pair from RanMn weight 21 lbs 1ooiorI3- MRS D PLOGAN DANVILLE KY LockBox 506 JtV AIYs1701f3TA7 vAi1 t Hew Bat K Rooms I I JOHN TYRCE Propr I Newan lOlegant bath tubswith all modern improvements Hot S 4 and cold waters Baths at all trybone t r iiltA6l STBEET BELOW BPBCfQFIELD HOTEL m i iflu i I THE LIVERYMAN Has on hand for the summer g season the BEST rigs in J town Fast and safe horses 2 and reliable drivers I- ISPECIAL ATTENTION given to commercial men Livery connection with the = Springfield Hotel Ig l m MAIN STReeT SPRiNGFlL9 KY Telephone No3 I- CIC IHaft THE GROCERYMAN Would hav you know that ho handles ICEa Good pure artificial ice which he will se lat 65c a hundred pounds at the store or he will deliver it at your door at per hundred in any quantity He also keeps a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Country Produce MAiN STREE- TSPRINGFIELD KYI BOYS A Iw nd to do light writing a UlnLO KpreMnt at t horn employment wlh rnodent Injome Mirw 8nd cents for fall partlosiscTIIc IIUNJLRE EOY 10 tiowli g Green Holding li Uroadwnr he YurkCitj Mt Boat Tobacco Spit sad Bmok Tear Anty To Quit tobacco euUy and forever be mar netlo full of lIfe ncrre and Tiger take NoTo has the vopderwprher listmAkes weak iricn strong All iguggtsts or Il Cure guarn teed Booklet and aanolo Trcr ln s St8rUnlc i CT racu N t NOW i IiioiLf tf t r Is the time to buy goods CHEAP at tt rea 1vout 1SMens Boys ant Childrens suits pit Clbsingout It pricesto make room torour large Fall purchases Our stock is clean and fresh n Perpiles Iron 6c up tt Prinis from 3c up f t JiJbMecefved another shipment rroafNw Y tot pricesthatdefyic Genuine Irish Lawi over yard wide worth 155 we M z are selling ei 6c Come and see them Notvcithftfanding Carpets Have advanced lKper ceutJSWe are enabled to 6ffer them at old prices of a year ago having bought them before the Advance Straw Matting 12 iZc fortli 16cl j We carry more Mrist Ladies Misses and Chft dretis Shoes than all the balance of thd town put 1 together and our prices are correct All wesk is a chance to name von prices Choice line Sailors Sashes Ribbons and TiesV McChord Robertsori J a j1CrPRlCEONL7 r COMKEi WIRE ISeeTil t Price Delivered to You Uses No 9 wire for the line and cross wires and makes the t gnaranteedBuildswire fencing Send for a sample of the fence and free circular RICHMOND SAFETY GATE CO SS Box 181 RICHMOND IffD i4 uii J1fg CLEMENTS MAYBS r t r rSU t Un4ertakrand-y + furniture Dealerst r rJ a c X xIf We inake a specialty ot embalming works which is done by Mr Clements a graduate of a school ciC cnv JJ balmingi and we carry everything in Undertaking t 45 goods andour stocks COMPLETE every detaiL Calls promptly attended to day and night rcf l 4 Our stock of furniture is fine and complete aod ifJtt c you want Carpets Mailings Rugs Bedroom Suits 0 Rockers Tables Chairs or anything in the furniture QY line giveus a calL X 3C + Jv G p MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD KY Ii A NEoEjsnl F or man who would win siccsM In This being conceded it U f the Sist IraporUneetafctjour tnlolug s the tchcoi Uaatta1td4 lu the vry front tuskthe BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVtLLEKY- Bookkeeptrt 4r Wtltefor beautiful book glvInffteBtrmonlals from Shorthatdgraduates occupying promlnfink positions all over TelegraplyJY JheUnltod States It will be mane FREE 1 ArA JSTNArNNA THOMPSON LAKE II A- REBeadqrters k I s Fo th Parmers IJ ty Thev hadeHhlkinaori o Farming JocplemdDts adIH g4 Waxona and ilmv carry a g S compete Hue of Fiue i BUggies il Pgaetons 8 Siirroys1Etcy I 1I1 t grain andallkfnd dfOl- r g iTHOTlTPSON LKKE- jf t SPKINaFIELDlCY i2 T YSS 0- 4 Didnt Change Climate a rern 7 it 1 111 11V=JI I LMK- South Btookto N Y Dr V M FIJWZB Rredonla N YrDeor8trl had been tofferiaf frea AV scessosonmy Lungs and Liver DbwMe for about three months CaugHt a gremi 4te bad become and retI ea841Scab had wasted away Had bipes tree4 by three dllteitet nbr irttbwt ay tea terlalbencflU They Saally advised cfeaagp I of clhnat to TOte OoBMBipttateaBa te Auzust last 1 had decided to teele op ay t business hero ancigoWeit IDSrOolhjaJte At this time I was induced te scTyear mood and UTerBemedy sad NeeveZbeiC- Once fairly under Its influence I gaseLj leab at the rate of a paS ddays Alter using 2 bottle of tbeKMaMTil WM a well man and went about ay whicb I bata coztausd unlizreWay 18 thisUme rFor sale by Hayden tllebrtJOnf t iIIeauy Is Bleed DeepSclean blood mces a aka skie u beauty without it CaCedCti- e clean your bloodii4 keep 1Itc stirrsgup the lazy YVetalHltkW IIC purities froea the befiylisIs JJWrboils bIMcMa aaddmfaickJ bilious eetBpkxtGa bvbsisC- I art hu t1 s All dfrug S cutttl g41xL iC JOe r 1 I ra LI I 7 J for Infants and Children t Tile Kind You llae Always Bought 1ZNThCCCNAUCONPAV NCWTeCiTV p ri J t 1ii6 Oreatuess of America rt Ml Mulhall an eminent stasis 4 f tlciarj of England a low years L oln an article in the North rArnericaa Review analyzed tim thlRIi1 statement that in power and ef t ti fective force the United btates Britainri 1r said If we take a survey3 r bfmanklnd in ancient or modern ttirnes as regards the physical thIt J ces of nations we find nothing to i compare with the United States prnfessor Praucsois a French economist in a recent article in i an economic pper of Paris slated that the wealth and power of ihe United States WHS one fourth of tha of the world that tim weallfa In 1890 was 72 600 OOOOOOJfvbila that of tim eniire orldwasf 291530000000 There is ho nation which can compare with ours It is only I fby comparison with groups of I nations or with the balance otthe w rll that tbe graatcess of t these United States is Showniy Tbe otal railroad mileage of the UuitedStates is nearly half f a much as that of the entire voVld there being 18J 776 miles of railroad exclusive of side track age lulhe Doited Ktates as against 436240 miles for tbe en lire world or 253474 for theIebalance oe the worldhThe tns of freight carried by the i ail roads of the United StatesIj je more than onehalf of that 1parried by the railroads of the w arld More than onefourth of the I pig iron pf the world is produced by this natidniin 1896 beiogB 701- 10r tonp out of a total production of 31008831 ions for tbe entireI r rordcWe produce onethird of the3Itotal fcteel in the world iin 1896 being 5366 5i8t6us out of thElworlds production of 17 18181- tHons I The copper product of the United States iis more thou one half lhatnf the entiro world be ing 203893 tontIn 1896 againsi 373 208 tons for the world or 33 000 tups morn than all the rest of t 1l1beStates comprise nearly half those L ttbe squaremJJIll offall the petroleum Qf tLe won ld being 1894 48412566 barrels white that of the world was 84 830 809 barrels The forest products ate nearly onehalf that of the balance of the world being annually 9300 j i 000000 cubic feet of lumber BILIOUS NESS J bosses many a body and bur enjothevrbiliouspre atUckleapsYou know thefeelingITbe blood thoboringseeming to opep and shut the box rible nausea You know the irrita bility Which precedes and the languor that follows the ltack Its miser able isnt 1t Why not cure the trouble 1 Therya apfll that will cunf biliousness TJCAYERS PILLS are acknowledged specific for this derangement- A J d writesWrPillsundbiliouacomSrsee CU8 where they Mve failed to cure r J Zr Tryr ATER1 1iI Stt b PILLS I against 82460000000 for thEw w orldUThe Uoited States produces more than one fourth of the irold of tttheibping 5H 088000 es against 202956000or the world The silver production of this country is more than onethird ofr lhai ef the entire world being in 1896 STeOdDjOGO coinage valuo its against f0246S 700 coinage value for the worldthThe amount of life insurance in is country is 13742495si0 as against 5028168446for the oalauce of the world An Indian FeastluThe Indians had a big blowout att the residence of Louis Ante llope in TekOB one day this week the occasion being the cel ebration of the anniversary of tihet Ateue Indian who died last yefar says the Spokane Spokesman R pev1ogivenIl LoaU who utieoded The entire tribe was invited and lullv 600 iinbludiog tbe child ren accepted dw the invitation Chief Saltestv wade a characteristic spapch and win followed bj Peer Wild boe ahow deceased The cnief of the Sptkane tribe whose name was nQt llearned was present aud address hdave cOsta pretty npnny excellent food was served lo the vast throng presentuThese iLdluns are rapidly be35m coming civflizd and are assum ngth9 Iii customs and dress of th Ciwhites more each year They have excellent farms good bouses and machine and one passing oeer the reservation would no believe that it was oc cupied by Indians did he not see Ithem Their houses are gene ally well built and painted and llook neat and clean while many have excellent barns and farms wOl tilled Tney raise a large amount of grain each year aid sell sell it in Tekoa A large porion of it is loaded ata side track on the reservation but the gtiain is sold to Tekoa dealers and the money is largely spent there Many of them dress enol tirely like white peoole and corn 0T to towa in fine carriages andi hacks They are quite indusj trious and are excellent citizens and always peaceful excapt when under the influence ot Jiquorsold to them by unscrupulous white persons The Indiad trade is one of TekouVmain resources S C P Junes Mlle hurll Pa writes hI have used DoWltt8 Little Eurly Risers ever nlncc they were introduced hero and must I have neVer used rtytanyyear of housekeeping that gave Bildli tnatlsfactory result iw a laxailvH or catliartir Waten A Browne Deserved Ills Fata Tbe Uurrodsburg Democrat gives the following account of ibe killing of murderer Dick Vo taw who Killed three people and wounded a fourth at meeting at Cur isl1ille an ttccouutof which was published in llust weeks News LEADER Tuuraday morning at about 8 oulJuk the dead bdi of Kichard Votaw was brougut here farf identjficaaon and interment When he left his home in Wash ington county Sunday midoight he went to Parksvill Boyle coun ty Where his uncle John Hooper resides and conceakd himself in the koojs Weddesday about midnight George W Coulter sheriff of Boyle county Tom Helm chief of police m Danville and Robert Bristow secreted themsulvus m the bushes within a sbdrt distance of Hoopers res idence where theycould see any one entering or leaving the house Twenty mlmutes before nveocloski yesterday morning Vota passEd by and was baited by Uoclter who ordered him to bold up hi bAnds and surrender Votaw grasped Ijr his pistol and bad his right hand en the weapon when Coulter fired one of tb barrels ot his shotgun loaded with brfckshot the load shutter ing Votaws right wrist and en tering his body in tbe region of the heart Killing him instantly When Votaw met his death as many thought he would he was dsse1un rnugh clutnfag tsncI looked tthe desperado he was but whim taken to Stags un dtirthkingestablishmentandnent ly rested in a suit of black clotuiug he nad the oppearinc1 ala gentleman His natural de fctsoeiiighunpshuuldereLtud crosseyed were not apparent int death Bid placid couctenance manifestly showed tbe character of the man noted for detormiua Lion and brutecharaenrr ml try bat done many thlrpu fur Ibitt tnt the dlncovpjlca In tlwt leo to the mamifactun of Pntnams de eisilyeswas tho imstqr stroke ith tliesu hh roved Dyes cotton wool silk dan hedged with one uperation in hair tim time isud with less loss lalwir tbnn with any other Jjdld by Waiters BrowueS rho C lunar Editor When the members of the Ken tucky Press association mobil 2d in this city for the purpose of going on tho annual tour the C mt1ercial did not take pert in that bedraggled old joke about e hayseed country editor tbe bunco man an3 so on The frayed out species of hilarity ought to be paired wit the mothprin lab w pleasantry and both calmly ut firmly consigned to everlast g pi- There are no country editors in Kentucky Every we is the ouidt is citjfied and up Ho date Hels not bespangled with aye i nor is there a scetit of Jimson ou- i bid raiment Wei ther does he1 shy at the cars or ut hh letters in flrnalafm boxes Ou the contrary he rides the latPbt improved safety bicy cle when be does sot utillz hit railroad pass handles his fork when ie diesas dextrously as he ields his pehctl in ihe heat of Ihu campaign and wears sus pendors His trousers are creased od his tip if patriotically red or a subdued blac asthe hour andI the occasion demanjL 4ud then the Kentucky editor a pinions and possesses the1 faculty qf expressing them He is champion for the interests of Iticaunity No metroijolitan editor iis as cloru lo the people as is the iinterior country editor The subscribers jmve fulll knowledge of his individuality They speak of nrvWOJ1folks paper as often as thev refer to it as the Danville Advocate Altogetbei the Kentucky editormakes thi editorial ribbon he wears on professional excursions a badge of honor The Kentucky editor is all right and sols his newspaper And now is the time to subscribe LouUville Commercial Penwhs tnmbled with dlnrrhooi wlj bo interested in the experience of Mr W M llflsh clnrk of Hotel Dorranoe ProvlHenc n I Ho says For several years I hnvo been almost ntinstant BIr ferer from dlarrhOta tle frequent attacks completely prostrating me and rendering unlit fur my duties at tutx hotel About two years a tra 01HIR salesman kindly gave me a motJ bottleof Chain borlalns Colic Cholera and tilarrijasa Rnmvdy MUlh to my surprise an J do light It effects werr immediate Whenever I felt symptoms of tim ilioeano I would fortify myself with a few doses of tutu valuable remedy Tho result haa been very iwtlsfaclory and almost com jilot relief from tho ahllctlon For sat a by ilaydon it Robertson Champ Clark tbe Missouri Congressman once a Cornish ville youth who angled for mud the classic waters Qf Chapline river has become the recognized i wit of the House In a recent speech in opposition to the an nexation of Hawaii be defined the future congress of the United States as polyglotic assem bla eaud told the Speaker that tbenlt would be his painful duty to recognize The gentle man from Greenlaud The gen tleman from Patagonja The gentleman from Fiji or with fear and trembling TIe pen tleman from the Canibal Islands who will gaze upon you with wateriug mouth and gleaming teeQiHarrodsiurg Democrat ou r baby has beeiuontinnallytrpubled with olio and cholera iiifantuin since bin birth and all that we could do fur him did not seem to give more than torn porary relief until wo tried Chamber loins Colic Ubolora and Dlurrhoja Ram edy Since tcivlnK that he has not been troubled We want to give you thin tesMmonlul as an evidence of our cratl tude not that you need It to adve tlue your meritorious remedy G MI Law Keokuk lowc For sale by Ilaydon Hobertwon Boyle liie Anderson is oie of the doubtful counties in tbe Congressional race and the friends of the vrlous caandidates are eager fur any news from that quarter The Advocate thus siz is up the situation from hicbaJl parties cau secure Babysq7jI COIUii1Smeans pain danger and possible death for some wives For others it means practically no discomfort at clL There is no reason why child birth should be a period o f aid and dread Eev It isja e t months before alinimentwoman becomes a to be ap- pliedmother she should ex prepare hereelf for ternallyithe critical ordeaL Th erolaapreparathe mae tion made whichils cleaandre iintended for this Itevcs the- distensionp poeo alone The name of giveseInsticity this wonderful reparation is organ con cernod in Hatters childbirth and takes away oil andenuJug Best results 1follow if the remedy is used during the whole period of pregnancy It is tho t only remedy of the Hkind in the world that is cudorseiiby- physicians si per bottle at all drug stores or sent Seti4 by mail on receipt of pricetiI Booitsn tainmg invaluable Bin womenwill I 1dress upon application tQ Thi BndBtld ReeaUtor AtltntstCa some comCortcA great dues of g oss pis to be beard these davs concerning the CuugressIonlS ttight but from the by the followers of the differeot candidates it it is difficult fo a man up a tree to form anything like satisfactory opinion about the result Boyle county Is somewhat of a battleground and the followers of McCreary Gil bdrt antt Thompson are doipg some good work foV U eir fav orites One fellow will come to town and say that in tbe West End four nut of every five men are fur McCreary and in ten cffindtesanother fellow from the same Section will say he cat hear nothing but Gilbert out his wayAnderson News Bucfclens Arnica Salve The Wat salvo In the world for Cuts Bruises Mores ulcers Ulcers Salt Rhe um Fever sores Totter Chapped hats Ceilblalns corns and all skIn eruptions and positively cures Tiles or no pay required It is guaranteed to givepor feet satisfaction oc money refunaod Price 5 cents pot box at IJaydou tKob i erteons Drug StateS 42ery Bullet its own Doctor Jn spite of the terrible increase Iin the destructiveness of modern warfare the tendency of the times is to make a conflict as humane as practicable For this reason the use ot copper covered bullets has been frowned upon anda Philadelphia physician has a plan tthai he cliitn will wonderfully mitigate tho suffering of a man whosfl body has bdun perforated by the modern calibre bullet his well establisaed that the veloc Uy and peneti atiqg force of these bullets are so great that unless they chaLce to strike a bunts they will pass entirely through a mans body without his knowing it The physicians idea is to attach a smallwad of antiseptic cotton to tue rear of the bullet This wonld be covered by the sinAi of the catridge and would not in terfere with loading or firing As the bullet passes tbrpugh a person tbe wed will anticeptizi the wound and prevent consequent supperatioo It may be possibla jo so nicetY adjust the adhesion wed 115thtrtrlfsslel the wad to plug the hole and stop bleeding Ultimately ths system might do away with the necessity of a large medical wouldcarrv11IsJwum The human manhlne starts but once and stops but ouco You can keep It rgInR longest anti most re uturly by using DeWttfs Little Early Kisors the famous little pills for constipation and stomach and liver troubles Waters d Browne The Breckinridge News dis courses on the wheat crop in that county as follows The filctal estimate of tb amount of wheat planted in this County it fill is 44 063 acres an unusually large acreage A conservative estimate of the yield per acre wouid he fifteen bushels The aggre rate amount of wheat that will threshed within the confines of Breckinndsre this sear will be 660 945 bushels and its villas estimated at the lOw price of 60 cens perbushelwill be Ss96 577 forme or Hie Luiie la a forerunner of serious trouble Dr hells Pino Tar Honey will baniftb that rorenes It will allay tbelnllnrnIIUon and prevent furtnor progress dfdudl- e8t It Is the mot efflclent wennn of curing conyus colda and bronchial af fection found In the annals of medicine 411 drusqllItf oi RYpOF C 1Lic k ZMiTL1 TIlE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OP HtIS is duo not only to the originality and simplicity of tho combination but also to tho care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SVBUP Co only and we Ivish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Pigs manufactured by tho CALIFORNIA Fro Srnup Co only a knowledge of that fact will worthlessimitations partiesFORNIA Pio STKUP Co with the mcdl sntlsfnct1oQI makestheguaranty Itlsfnras it acts on tho kidneys liver and weakenIngnauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO BUI FILUCOISOO 0L LOUISVILLE Er hew TOREXT dud Tidings lo AMlhirmNnfTerrrK Foloys Honey anil Tur gives quick and positive relief in alt cases iiaydonA RoUo Inon A Local DIsease CATARRH A Climnfle ELYS Affection Qq NOthlrg but a 1M- medr cau of dim e will cureIt Get n wellknown ihar macouUc icmedj 0 Bits Creaa Balm Itn qaeklr abfrbed- UlTtS rrltf at Nasal ndcltsnsestbe waga COLD N HEAD AlUyi lbOamm lleu and vTwtccu the 5flsudais Full IIi rtai size tlinuqi t r br mau BttOS M Warraa Now oik Skin DiseasesF- or the speedy and permanent cure of Chamberlains is tbeitcJiIng andItspermanent rare It also cures itch barbers Itch pileschappedgranulated lidsto trthonpurleandvennlfuge Ilnydon tt Robertson Druggists AyER 8 Sarsaparlila j is tIle BEST SAIkSAPARILLAl Best is an easy boast But theres no best without a test You expect something extra of best something extra in bread from best 1flour something extra in wear from best cloth something extra in cures from best medicines Its that something extra in Ayers Sarsah qualityRemember goodsforThe Bcst Preparatioll for tIlt Blood- S r I Ifyou will take my opinion use Ayers Sarsaparilla I will gutr l antee that you will receive more benefit by using one or two bottles of kipdWhenany Ayers Sarsaparilla cures all diseases that have their origin in impure blood sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples eczema tetter scrofula etc It cures cheaply it cures quickly and it cures to stay Thats why its best- f After twenty years experience as a druggist I consider Ayers Sarsaparilla superior to any similar preparation on the market and give it the preference over all others A C WOODWARD Worcester Mass In our estimation as regards Sarsaparilla Ayers is the standard We have never heard It spoken of mother than the very highest terms a W ETERRILL CO Pharmacists 9 State Street Montpeller Vt ifffai consider Ayers Sarsaparilla the best blood purifier on the market Vjj Dr GRISE CO West Gardner Mass 1 a 4 During fifteen years of experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla I have yet to learn of a single case wherein it failed to cure if used according to directionsaF 0 COLLINS Druggist Paris Mo bqlievo Ayers Sarsaparilla contains more medicinal value than any other similar a CoclpgunJAMEI DOANE Dispensing Chemist Klngsville Ont a SSI NEW LIVERY FroM f WHARTON TARP 5Y Now Rfeady for Business with FirstbhissjV1 Accommodations f 4 GOOD HORSES GOOD BUGGIES ii Special attention given to board and feed horses J v iThe Best Accommodations fcr Traveling Mon Jack W Thompsons old fetand SPRINGFIELD KY WHY SUFFER AGONY When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to cure ypu It is the discovery of an eminent physician No Knife INoI Interruption of Businfissl iTile first treatment brings immediate relief It has thousands and will cute you y- MRTrs WILGQXl rominent merchant politician It and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department says After years of Buffering DONS PILE OiHTMfiNT was rec otnm nded to me The use of one box effected apermaflent Cute I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means of bringing rour wonderful remedy to the attention of OUt i feriflg with pilesSrPrice tOO Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN it r- I ROB1NSONPETTET COMPANY HOLZSALK LOUiSViLLE T4- 4f CANDY CATHARTIC I CURE CONSTIPATION JJOc 0 fALL 25c SQc DRUGGISTS Horns GromFrnit Treess We have thousands of nice well grown Tflps Vines 15tct for Fall r ell very Wfis as and we will mako prices by the next mall L R OBRYANP COUNTY AGT GARDINER BROS DEATsVlLtE Kr Clubbingg List The best Magazines and New spapeis ruhlished in = country offered at re d rates to NEWS jtl subscriber Asjt spesiul indjicement to nev subscribers nnd old ones hn renew we have at no little trouble and ex pease made arrangements with l risrtonewspapers to offer them at greatly reduced rates In some cases we ofler you the NEWS LEADER arid hp other publication together for one year at the price of thoone Now is the time to fiegm and here is i list of ome of the offers VITR NKWsLuuum Louisville Post airly v8276 Courier Jourial twice a Week 1501 Louisville Com tnoicinlIdal1y 600 Louisville Co merCibl weekly 121 jouisvllo Dispatch h 1 66 Home and FdlrilU 140 FBI mers Home Journaic17tt ComrabrcialTribune 140 Cincinnati Enquirer u 1SO Oonntry Gentleman 800 I nterstate Poultryiqan U 180 Ohio Tanner h 160- Independent h 860 Silver Knight 1M St Louis GlobeDemocrat 176 Century Magazine 4i50 8t Nicholis R50 Southern Floriut and Gardenr 150 Mayflower J181 Harpers Magazine lOl Harpers NVeekly 42- HltrprI Rltzltr 425 Harpers Round T bl 250 NY World Tn 175- Munpoys Magazine 186 McCluros M gnzine 180 Review of Reviews JJOO New York Weekly Tribune 126 N Y TriceaWeek WoYld 165 lFrank LesliesPopularMonthly3 25 The Arena 800 Mctalla Magazine 126 TIIE P4UNf may shine and the birds may sing ttheir Bweotct8ong but if your Btotnich fU not right tiiorp Is no happiness rer you Koop a lOttJoMl Pr Oaldweir Syrup Pepsin In tho house and nw It 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