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bjHaydon s lllMetluit Mii Wtert A Bwnrfls lrlta easarR tltlsntn IYiwrt teiMg sal adI ritrtttnriittewtef M 1IkIIittY rJ1 et Iiltlberlla e s av b eees yw1rA piewtatiy CTr by K It Ja miidt flit JtaUl prlda ne1F for foes 1tJp s lwlit rbiatat frbct II lr t vt ils en hen i as wWa tt bed r 1QW Meet fitter anI Mliil liR l1iL Zr CMrllwfia lrrle etX fjj u r err 4 0 wiLker rertt 111- etl a tyro er a i MIrMete I Islt ll alit r wIt hott a fate ret ehildrae HTM I mttt ta1IIMU H TJiBchiIdr 4MS wi wb iitibe feel er 9aMt 1MCICIt Il w Mil tor eroupllt Jte aft w 4a lMrtalu tbu- Rrr41 to Ice 1ft rr11b So1Jl1 t t = uIIIPJ N S Fn4DFRJ sic TS1 WWASHINGTON KENTUCKY DECEMBER lt9erIIwevtwentC rracaU chTeia QiOIOS Louknu15015 115tfM l 1RoALPOWDER 1 Ir I IUes the foo more delicious and yhofesofne IIJCOtW you = xtnticxmst tm tmxemmmmxxstauMx ik tthamx lanamka n taaaeeaam 5 Odds and n sfef KltlilttlarK cCtt161t Et t6ltKgr111i1It6KK KKt6KKMCllltitl3aiiltftt lSr THE SATISFIED MAN- ThereTrae i a mm who never whined Who never vies beset by foeaK Whb ieter railed against mankind Or hd irnaglnwy woes gladlyatttled the whole 4ay long No aortal ever heard blm chid oft Indulged Ixi merry song t And was serenely uU tied hllfCe the haIr wutb1okit Narrowibo pathway that he trod VM a hopeless Unatte And merely thought that ho waa God 8 ZrGoer inOlenlana Loader a it U t1TD BE EXTENDED The suggestion was made in thia Solumn several months go that Springfield should by all means put into the sixth class for cities which puld give us mcny advantages in regard to munici government and other mat tars In order to make thet1 ange it is necessary to chpw population of 1000 or more and according to the census just taken the greatest number of is dwitllinltbea few over nine hundred The medy then is and it is one which the board of trustees should at once sot about adopt to extend the town limits Thfiboundarylines as they now stand ere entirely too limited cud a good proportion of a pop ulation that should really be in eluded left out of the incorporated boundary In the first place the territory iaclosad is a perfect square while the townia rectangular iin shape lining much- ilonger I scut and asst than it is ride By all the laws of reason 1 the limits of a town cliottldbe- made in to conform with tShe growth buildings and its ppulationlB I extending the limits some little distance on the east and oh west studs it is estimated 0thafa pop l 1ionof between two hundred end filly and three hun ired will be added to the town i The right to extend the limits of thetown rests entirely with the town bout of trustees and in our judgment the board will do popular thing to meet and pass ordinance to that effect at ncett r J rlIrl tSpringfieldt t itants There aro 216 reg ist red voters in the town limits as they now stand and the total J population lis only 900 The gen eral estimate is never less than five inhabitants to every voter so it can be seen that Springfield falls short on inhabitants One reason of this state of affairs iis said to be the difficulty in 10ce ing all of the colored population when the assessor goes around stichis their mode of living while at an election every avail able man turns up to be counted 11HE Ibadechantspromises tope good anii some of the stores aro display lug a nice lino of novelties The merchants hertz would do well to bring on Christmas goods every asndra rue would much rather patron ize home business houseswhen they can do equally as well ani if the merchants would only gef tIn the goods they wpjold stop many a dollar at home that otherwise find its way to Louisville Ji31 oobriScJHEii 213y the way have yop Never stopped to 2 goohscheme tlI3oeuisvilie people have worked on the ilel rsfolks of the rural districtsi i trsRlisesodieigiot et rninIfro t tilC tOf course it is a Pf h4 1bol sa wr ff rr welcome and a big dinner onG theist return Theyeve been n long way from homo on short rations and need a welcomeand GdQes= siders tho matter bolievothat shrewd people of Louisville are spending all of this money lse big celebration and re Gthesee them back We think not andGmerchantpractice of casting bread upon the waters before and they know what they are about this time The big merchant who 11trib ted a hundred dollars toward the celebration knows well enough that out of the big crowd of people from thecoun ry who are attracted to the city thereby he will reap a rich harvest It is the holiday season and what a good opportunity it for the country folk to rundown to the city and take iin the celebration and doa little shop plug thus killing two birds with one stone as it were Oh yes g1pdtorural visitor with his pockets bulging with money tobpend for some Christmas goods for tho folks at home was a sight that gladdened the heart of the wily merchant to a much warmer degree we venture to say Q would IIUEERII Advocate recalls that a Madison county school has been taught succession by a Sparrow Duck DemIocratiand Lee University the c1seof- a session found but two graduates who received the AB de gree One was Bugg and the outer Bair The Richmond Reg ester says Jn that city a Hogg and a Pigg were taught by a Cobb and the Sharpsburg World rises to remark This village contains two hotels One is the Wood Rouse and the other is the Ware House Springfield has wo physicians whoso names are uddt If your child has thin pale cheeks Uncertain appetite and unrtatful sleep it has worms and curing with strong medicines only makes conditions wono by Irritatiug its delicate EtomachTVhIt Cream Vermlfnge Is mild but certain in street and ila iroperioi tonic as Well as aIpoiIUve worm detitroyor Haydon A Bbbertoon Tobacco Advancing The tobacco growers of Wash ington county will be glad to learn that a decided inprovemenV in the tobacco market at Louis pastt week The Louisvillft Weed says After a doag tedious and in many repeats an irritating period of depression the tobacco marjret opened this week with something like itg old time Yigoan d warE hQusemon are ngBtlttting them selves that the long continued depression has at last come to an end A movement for the better was observed last week but only in a limited degree This week matters have taken a definite step forward and we note the liveliest market for the past six months All grades both now jnd old hirvo pariicipated in tho upward movement while con mon tad medium grades ott now showed the most strength This is in accord with the trend of the market for sometime past The finer grades of new Burley wore Tbebulk ofrrather poor qualltTbut appear tradedJudging by the limit priceasj topIIbyQpro ofUiqpgcileraU yare clpsp n to iho eof last year1 y t fi MERRY J CGHRISTMg83cr l J 8 S 3cr 3crw tfi G 1 I 0L o 4 to G Yes we intend to do OUT best to make it merry for all of ourstomets who come to us for anythin in our line so G that they may get the home folks a nice and suitable ClirxstmaB present We will carry ndthing over ajidall winter goods must go before the seiaso is over I ie i f 4 Ar O1 j we in Ad and we now Sale I 18 over so l can tJu f Yerefla for it day l t ihrr i Are That is we carr in the LATEST for men and can fit out from bead to Toot Our j stock of flats the celebrated Swnn Brand and other D Shirts and Collars aud Cuffs and ournew Ties in Puffs A1 and Club House Are tho S WE LLE S T things in town We have in grades from tJ to the mixed goods and at prices to suit you stock of Mena Shoes wo consider quite complete and wo can fit you and sut you we ar a sure Come and son us during this groat Holiday Salo and we will b1 make you feet glad that you paid us a visit We hero jqst gotten in a boautiiul lino of Silk Mufflers and Fancy Silk the most correct thing for Gentle W mens wear this season In gloves wo here them from the to the finest Dont forget that all these things are included in dur Great Holiday Sale As we 6P said before we Intend not to carry anything over tJ ffpr et we prizes ii i in tho rln th4 Ladies Journal Bok with much notes the country livlpg anti signs ttbe times in the world can keep a or bo able to bo ia touch eapfi day youth of Nature Suburban life that is what we all need We want more exorcise p andt suburbau jiyiiig macs thal easier ewaot 6Ur interestiii i t things kept fresh and that Na ture does for us as nothing else can The more our buy men see of restful ways ttio more restful will they become The closer wo keep our children to the son the will they be ndtbes- trongerwlll Ujey develop tally ike more oar girls breathe in the Vitro air which God t which man in the cities pollutes the better women we shall have tho fewer worried mothers wo shall m earl W axr p 53 e in t ptl our OVerliit AndLour plan 13 to got rid qf Wintpe1otbingwbile the season lla on tfr O1 We will need the rpom I and tho ate n11to handle good wemtist turn things over 1j x our 1iotf I DAP Happy qirProsperous tJ at4IcoiletxslaFTeW tfnNO IN ryLL WI r OUR GREAT HOLIDAY SAL said have Mid Winter sour we1IbiS our prices everything Jf tYO get athes hoeaiaQ 1 to your people GRUNDY CtAVB ROOKE CCO T- SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY = W Ouffitteps fot the MenIyou inPFourinhands Underwear vOur cheapest that offer ftoCash Purchasers Goirtitry tendency besteNothing asloeandsandyAmericans healthier physically men inteodedfornllbut milS We belicv none I woi Well Yest 1 See nice SJ Profecfidiv These Wintry w Wo aro to offer low down prices n from the best Allgwool to a cheaper quality t s 1 s1t It oItIIomenffidi r Gomfrfs t Which are superior td all ethers and you had bottar come in and get what you Head before they aro gone a the greatnpss of splendid health The more the tired housewife sees of wersadp- lants and trees Ihoclosor will becomo her jinto rest all things natural and simple and she aees the with Natur worK will the lesson be forced upon and enter into her own JW all agree that thorn is no teacher like Nature herself Lotus all then get as close td hor as possible Whatever she teaches and1jupf l act tsi1 fIti git tf1t1 t f crnzwil1eJtw b IU kt1tro t Unu Q ufz rerttiz 111Z iobuye J ADVesTl lte 1p lr t f A aMd 1 J Z TO ALlJ IfjlIr v y 1 jWhen wes y utot alle mean fffi i ir j h body witherl they j j frjior not F tors Se wish them one and all a P Year as well as a prosper r11ty ous on fis thatwhich we have enjoyed Ii J 4 jL 1 4 ood tvUto flU ij i t tf J C7 C1f C7e7 cC Jj I t t tP r lw As our last stock begun a We4 will make ito iinterest and goods Come before cked T t tCome us your Christmas presents and make home happy oatlila f f a L uo r 8 oyorvlhing STYLE y includes q all allwool in Handkerchiefs iDont LFvIni December Home Edward satisfaction strongI to r man Natures Iltt Spring so 0 Cold prepared ai l Blankets r r physical Iii as simplicity witch unconsciously mothods iI t C7 C7 t i M1tt5 Dressiti if Goods fOP fa t fk f f the 6adIi t t Jv f n kd i We are making a speciaiiile on eIDress Patternsj such as Covert y I i 4Serges1 tpntt rna we are selling at COSTJt Como and Yep us quoto you prices f We also carry a nice line of Laai1 c6iI rf kerchiefs and novelties for the it JAskto see our to of Ladies Fiie filntehi ill I i ttthe neiast shades at Holiday Sale Iriccs w ways there Is health An UnluckyVSpot Thor is a place a quarter of it mil swest of Rose HiH that is a Jonah fto many people certain It la jjiistrweat of Frank Antler sons old biacksmitn ahop on the Meckville plho Old people say a man was hung there dar inK war times and since which many horses have ran off there and their drivers more or less injarod Not long ago Unclo Jimmy tprsborso tloit att UuJtat tho above n hind Pr o Dd 1t1Nie WIJi Qfba dlyr thathat s t rat1th s rc t doyenvjr The last UM I w v throufck Rom Hill a waft s tat j was apparently rok i 4iowe like Holmes cOft e Haw iyr layb the roMliidf Ti piMtti tccbun t 1tsck scciMnriaw labQ8 clUcribeL tM4 h esQ r f currwl at ihit ptre ii nI iquire h coIux otffa asiessra Dive Trower were re Uarrodsbur = Ut ir t broke dowa and botht MH JH woro thrown h4 fiNfi to the Maekvllle- 4 IfJtI l n iih woriBttly todJ rrJ y l 1 ll JPr w f riiL TIEIEISLEADERt ruaI t nIlOttm f O A YPAR IN ADVANCE PIHHGF1RLD KY i 4jLPAvIsONJrPubbJ TT1 bt4s notices 10 cents per tnt imiartloB and Scents for Un UoB meawuMatesand political matter f MsI4aL J wwk tk dottea loW rates but cash Zc KM to fiAA on delivery of goods AirwtMag iBOBtracU ma3o on liberalI fj f S ti Ottlimlci a4 riSblutions of respect 8 t trlo 25-r Jltrattu OI 500i ji OtIe 1000 if TErJgSDAYDEO lG198 1Si Tire tob Qcoiarmers of Wash it lm ton county 119Dd not all0 which has been4 tJto movement Mton foot to organize against i tks lIJanutacturerlidrust to dragi 1i iH Jack of interest Tobacco grw ti from other parts of the rcS tAt ova realized the import i eof takiaga hand in tho ma- tt 17 ter and art fotraing county o- r4pmZtloI ssnd tho tobacco men of Washington county should tke more interest in the move went The recent convention at 3 Lexington has aroused a great f 1lnterest The Leader of that yl cesays The Tobaccq Grow j ers OanvcnU9npfKentUckY was success in every sense of theI 4 word There were persons who 1 ratitin the beginning wouldIj 15f ibreak up in a row There were 3t really interested tobacco grow ers who expressed their lack of confidence in anything being ac t cconlplished Some came to the 1t convention with pe ischemes to i put through and it is said there terslly persons present whof uxwould like to have broken up iP the meeting but all of these ojthingsd d not come to pass The t isiriieti who were in earnest J t rHllzed that their efforts at or- Fi anization of any kind in the I future depended largely upon wia was done here and they ttent in with the proper spirit S K and won ft isjselieved that the a iaeotiiig here Monday will have 9 f good deal of effect on the shap a J ing fentimentnot only in Ken 4 t cky but in the other tobacco raiiing 1 es and iif itAe fits Iiii tare ti9t s l1atonc they Ml be 4 vemtuallyj i 0 j lVlfn the sigiig ot the peace trety the troubles with Spain f eeaso but there is a prospect a It that TJhcle Sams troubles cvitht w some of the newly acquired tor ritorles are just begun The PhilipinosJare beginning to act Iug1y and the chances are that they will have to be given a lick lug before they are brought to reatiethe power of theAmerican J government The solution of N jithe difficulty may be reached irithout a resort to force of arms itbatj if that is the only alternative ksbould be short and do clsiye We iave every confi 4encejntherabilityof this gov 4 rHjnehito manage all of its new ppss ssibns whether it be with force of arms or otherwise o if UNDIH tbtf xcitement and en t 4 thusiasm created by Che fcele f bration of thertrn of the First entucky regiment some of his t ufriends are booming Col John Sastleman the gallant com i Amaridtjr jr for the nomination for ii gpV rJoraol Cast4 man is no s1oubl good soldier and he nn f djerstands how to organize and cphtrbl a regiment of fighting iaaen but when it co esto or ganlzing apd controlling an army r of Kentucky politicinsvhQ is not i 4in it with CaL William Goebel others of his kind COLWLLLIAMJEUNGSBltY rand rJf AN hjis resigned from the army d r and has again shied his castor T into the political arena Ho says4 that now that peace has beet Ijo C 4coluded he believes he can bo of pro seryice to the country ti wiiiciyilian than as a soldier r 4 JoL Bryan in an interview de cUres that hQis Opposed to the i i1dteLoi4 expansion ideaCt GEN CAXTO GARCIA the t frtt Cuban leader died at Wl1imgton 1t gcr t CPuttIoNiI Whth octit eniderd 01 4yei C1wcy Pecta- l1lsr caiiiisL B LARDOipH S ier raf UAirsms BOTTLES soc TIE HraUBCE Of SYIUP IFH6S- te daenot only to the originality and irapliclty of the cocibination but also to the care and uklll with which it is processesknOwn ponalltrue and original remedy As the Pigaismanufacturodby only R knovledgo of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthlasa j imitations maiifactured byother par ties iThe high sting oT the CALI rosKUL FIG SrKOP Co with the inedi leal profession and tho satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of FIll baa given to millions of families aaaleee the name of the Company a guaranty1 of the excellence of its remedy It is farm in advance of all other laxatlres as it acta on the kidneys liver and towels without Irritating or weaken ing them and It does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get ita beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 8071LRCUGC CaL rAmTlLtE E7 XKV TORE V T THE peace treaty between the United States and Spain has Louisvilferlegion from the effects of the big cele ration given by the people of Louisville So let us have peace and rest from the war THE Spanish soldiers and Cubans in Havana are having a warm time Several clashes rcl suiting in quite a number of deaths have taken place there recently j LOUISVILLE spread herself iiff celebrating the return of the sol dier boys but her business men reaped a rich reward from tho the loose change brought to the city by the country visitor J COL WALTER EVANS who i was defeated for Congress from the Louisville district will be an applicant for Commissioner of Internal Revenue a position be once filled with credit HENBYWATTBRSONina speech nNetl Yorlf expressetl himself unmistakable terms as being infaypr ol territorial expansion for this country aLesZMany have lost confidence and hopes well as health because they have been I toldtheirkl1nev disease was Incurable Foleys Kidney Cure Is a guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and dtconiiBolato Haydon tRobertson acChamberlains Coolie Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be de pended upon and is pleasant and safe to take Sold bj Haydon Jioberton j MACKVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent Prof Edwards has had soy eral additions to his school from Bradfordsville Mr James Isham was home Saturday Miss Ada Parka of Perrvvillo bas been the guest of Mrs Isham for several weeks Prof Howell is conducting a very Interesting singing class at youngioploJ parties and musicales quite Ire quently Miss Kern and Mr Sam Ken nett of Marion county were at Mackviile Saturday and Sunday Rev Purdom filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Miai Mattie Lawrence daugh ter of Mr Henry Lawrence died at her home Thursday Decem ber 8 after a brief illness of typhoid fever Sho was fifteen years of age and was ofa sweet disposition and loved by all who Unew her That Tbrobblna Headache Would quickly leave you ifyoin used Dr Kings NewLiropiHs Thousands suffers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood end strUng nerves and buildup your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by Haydon Robertsn Druggist OWIfa Syrujieu1nyour constipation will correct tour stomach tr livInglarKo sizes floe and f of Votera A brown WATEP8zera1m1stwortby PerI94sIn thltatu ourbus1athoirvwn cohdnrtcdtyear sdel1ult moreiRoterencesncIoae MhIo WILLISfiURG nfrom Ojir Rcenlar Correspondent Villisburg is looking up a lit tIe Dr WW Hyatt is building an office and Mr MotiitIeSesrcy- wlq erect a cottage in the near future Miss Addle ChnstisoaSf Du gansville visited Miss Dora Sims Saturday and Sunday Edgar D Wolfs is handling tobacco hogsheads tfor a tobacco warehouse in Louisville Messrs Lee Brttton and Gilbert Brown of Bpbon were the jfuasta of Mr Era tulJ Brown Sunday Miss Bertha Shirley enter tained quite a number of her friends Saturday evening and tko time so pleasantly spent will mark a happy time jn the mom ory of thqse present Elder C H Poago preached at Perry ville Sunday MIBS Edna Crouch and brother Waiter attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs Oliver P Sallee near Harrodsburg Wednesday Mrs Parlee Wright is very sickl and Rot expected to1 live 4 Lisburn Grjder spent Satur day aad Sunday In Anderson county For Kldacr TroublesP There is nothing better than Foloya XiduoyCuro Everyono who tries it will agree this Haydon A kobertsou A Frightful Blqnderj Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Out or Bruise Buckjcivs Arnica Salve the beatin the world will kill the pain end promptly heel it Qutcajid Sores Fever Sores TJIcerf JBo11erFelons Corns all akm lErnprions Beat Pile cure onarfh Only 25 eta a box OurV guarantoetlJ doid by Hixyen Robertson NOTICE All persons holding claims or orders against Washiagton coun ty will present same to A B Campbell Treasurer of Wash ington county for registration that the Treasurer may kaow what amount to pay each taim out of the 1899 levy All clainjs not presented by January 1 1808 will have to gpover for another year before payment By order of Fiscal Court Jp T S MAYIS Co Atty rx pals Greatest Nrcd Mr B P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spend his winters at Alkoo S O Weak nerves had caused sev re pains in back of his head On uemg Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Heve Remedy all pain soon left him lie says this grand medicine is what his country needs All America knows that itI cures livar and kidney trouble purifies the blood tows rp the stomach strengthens the nerves puts ViM vigOr and new life into every muscle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need it Every bottle gnarant eeaonly5O cents Sold by Hayodn Robertson Drnggist HILLSBORO TFrom Our Regular Correspondent Miss Erne Dudgeon is visit lug her sister Mrs Minnie Cop page at Lebanon Mrs Mollie Olark is the pleas eat guest of herrsUterMifls Lucy Settle v Mrs Emily Wilson spent several days last week with her son John Leacbman Mr Kurl Dudgeon is very sick with pneumonia Mrs Annie Smith and children are visiting her sister Mrs SaUte Cecil at Frederlckton Mr John ATfitt is spending a few days at Brudfordsville Miss Lizzie Fitzgerald is spending several days with Mrs John Avritt Willie Leachman bought a crop of tobacco from James But tonit 6 cents per pound Edgar SUtton spent Sunday with the family of John Miller at Simms Mrs Nannie Button is visiting her daughter Mrs Lou Browley Dealners Cannot Be Cured by local applications ns they cannot roach tbe diseased1 portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure deafness anti that is by constitutloiml remedies Deafness la caused by an inflamed con diLlon of the raucous lining of theEus tnchlan Tube When this tube lsin flnmed you have a rumbling sound of Imperfect hcarincr and when It is en tirely clOsed deafness is the result and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Ha normal condition hearing will be dnatroyed forefof nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing butan flamed condition of the mucous sur faces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halis Catarrh Cure Sen for circulars fee free F J CHENEY A COTuledo Of Sold by Druggists 75c HaUsFomUy Pills are the heal L r Catarrh Leads 1 to Consumption A Forerunner of the Moat Fatal Disease Though its offensive features are aomotimea almost unboaroble fewpeopla are aware of tho danger of which Catarrh is the forerun tier Catarrh invariably loads to Consumption Growing worse and worse each winter those who roly upon tho usuaJ treatment of sprays washes and inhaling mix tures find that it is impossible to check the disoaso with thoso local ftpplications which only roach the surface The offensive discharge increases all the while causing a feeling of persoualdefllemout and gets deeper and deeper until it is only a question of a short tiinp until the lungs are affected The importance of the proper treatment can therefore be readily appreciated But no good whatever can be expected from local applications ns such treatment never did cure Catarrh and never will HI had such a severe cue of Catarrh that I lost my hearing in oho ear and aluuloedoffsprays and waalies hut each winter the disease seemedto have a firmer hold on luc 1 h ail finally been At clarpd incurable when 1 decided to try S RdS It seemed to cctrightal the seat of tho disonse nsd cured me permanently for Ii lavo had Ilo touch of Qatarrh for seven yciirs ullia Soaarinua POLUIL- LDueWeet1 S O Those who havo had tho firstt touch of CAtarrh will save endless suffering by taking the1 right remedy at the outset Others wTio have for- yeararoughtre lief irnd found only disappoint meat in local treatment will find it wise to waste no furthor time on pprays washes inhaling mix tempovaryConaumptioni Catarrh is a deep seated blood disease S S S is tho only remedy which can reach the very bottom of tho disease and euro it permanently Books sent free by the Swift Specific Company Atlanta Ga Hertleins r New Confectionery x = f NOW OPEN f With a new and fresh stock of oods naf handsome netv building Good things forCCliristfflas Sresh Candies Cakes and Fruits of all kindsi 3Glns is the Sesfson to have something good Lie fable and Hertleins is the place to- buyt Come and seethe new quarterss CONRAD HERTLEIN Good Words W D Olaybrook a rtsteg young law jeref Springfield W 10 formerly lived In the Texas neighbprhood wiU be a camli date for the Democratic nomit a tion for representative ofWa tl ington county There is np worthier or1 nicer young gonUe man anywhere and woll step over the line And give him a vote election da if he should need ftt Lebanon Falcon It bais been Sully demonfctrated tl at EiyVCrnamBalmlsat Bpocltic for 2i al Cataran and cold In the bead Tills distinction has boon achieved only as the result of continued successful use A morbid condftlou of the membrane In the nasnal passages can bo cured by this purifying aud healing treatment Id bydruKSflstsorit will be mailed for 50 centB by Ely Brothprs 60 Warren Street New York It apwada over the mem imjmodisteYon can dye yonr goods In one hour with Putnam Fadoles Dyes All otbetI dyes require froraono in four hours lOc per package Sold by Waters ttBrown Cuba Thomoveaent is now under way of troopsttotto est They will embark and unarlestoo as well as at Savannah What Shall Wo Do- A serlnni and Dangerous disease pro r Tails in this country daowrou because so deorelptlye It comoson so slowly yet r seatedfor o The name of this disease wl4 kay be divided Into three distinct stages is First Kidney trouble indicated by p lnrIn the back rheumatism lumbago quent desire to urinate often withftburning sensation the flow of urine be lug copious or scent with strona ordei- If aljowed to advance this reaches the Second stage or Bladder troutlfl with heavy pain In the tibdome l111f down between tbq navel and the water passage Increasing desire to urinate with scald lug sensation in passing small quan titles being passed with difficulty some times necessary to drvf rflobtfl If uric acid or it will prove dangerous The Third stage is 1tWUlIlD81u There IscomforL In Khmer the great spocfaliat has discovered a Remedy tam ous for its Tnirvelous cures of the most distresninir cases and known as Dr XIU mArs SWl1mrRoot It sold by all druggists- As a proo the wonderful virtues of thia great discovery Kwamp toot a sample bottle and book of vaiuabtorin fornutloo will oa sent absolutely free by mall nn application to Dr Kilmer t Co Binghamton N Y When writing kid ly mention that you road this llbor l of for In the News Leade- rNEwSLADEE SI 00 a yeat E4f5SYOSS ausi riik cisa r CaAli ci1an ss osetjtliea loIMat lC9So It cc O tall 6rujrclst refund MOOT To0 Sprinfle1dSi t andl Y1clltyII HERE IS YOUR CHANCE Our Bargain Soles will surprise you Have made a Special1 Cut on prices of Clothing Do you want a 815 suit for 850 Be on time and come to W Smith Cos store that is the cheapest place where yon can get it The best Philadelphia Custommade Clothing the heat goods for the Least Money we offert suits for 85 that are worth9 Our Cut Prices will continue from now until Christmas Rich or poor will be able to get a new suit for f Christmas we are able to suit everybody and anyb y in styles and prices Dont miss your chance but come on time and get your choice before the best and prettiest patterns are picked over Srih bargains in Clothing has never been on this market we dont advertise and tell the people jokes but we mean businesa Come I Come all young and old who want to get anew suit for Xmas dont miss the place if you do you will miss your chance i come to our store and get prices and be convinced H Ii Yours for Bargains t r = j j 4K YA l SMITHcobI i lSPRINSFIELDi KY 1a f Qc 1U aay lIT sad nd- gzpU Mzas5as JLA HI 1Ka dASKETS Iaseti IIgktmI mal rthejWe ItISINwe bring to you th3 iiand tru atfteeyfoNttteoJ Noway DR BELLS tPine TaronNatmes ot ashirM Ny pes b7 science i9 aieaqtPcriue11 JKgcAffW CBTO for coughs colda ud sU bfliBbnl irM of Arhoted the mlaobb i3riBa nucuslsculwatj It ausoof that ticking k Km ved Mil tit lai 4 hiio Bensbranes are buled ssofiibcd fcM 1ia S is iocUoiaiioB to couth OOLB my AU nu H1T8 RaM1saCag aoa Ira Ie I IT If JJL L Mk iiA n ijflQVE FSTOe KE DiIN ZCSc CLOTHINQI wr ft ii wcare ovorsteskini in Mans and Bays Sttits and in wder io reduae pur ilitk fi 2 W8 wHI mak especially lw jHscitV Koia reistWas 4 rf 1 MeDfl Suits reduced frora 9800 to 1 00H C Men ft Suitsi reduced from 1900 to S3 00itMens Suits reduced Sro 1i S to 19 CQ IN debs Suits reduced from 915 OQ to S1000 BoyVSujta rrduc dfroni W CO to 8 50 JIkBoys Suits reduced from S7 to W0 JJ Boys Suits reduced from 89 00 to 1700 Llh This is a rare opportunity to buy fe tIe suiti for rery little moaty t LADIES WRAPS II We are also making vety low prices tw til Ladies and Misses and ChUdrens Jacfcftta Ladies Plush and Cloth Gapes iroa S5oup l Ilrf DRY GOODS ijComa in and save taomeyoa TIaaiels OoV J ixtboJ prices No troub1eto show oods r 4 SHOES 1 fWO stilt llead in shoes 1fo style YrtYWMr and prices We have all tfce llatcsV styki im Ladies end OenlloaenB ahoas and wS ui5r IIsoll all competitors s Cash Buyers 0 i Must bear in mind that we prfF them in each purchase V r s Hew line of Geut1emrackieir Cunntngham Duncan k T j1 7 M DUItTOL 0 Ji BARYON JBX JtATM e 7 t j I MBURTON cg J Ij BHN HATDOJT Sm 2feXAn- Unflwtalen ssi tmiA Birectwe t C F IN IBURIAL f SfI oo aEIEjYO4jE It i r j FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answers prop41y dAy i 4IorsiighLi i The services of an E PJEklfiHCXD XIALMIZ a y j Kj graduate from a schoolof abalMlBr hay be 4iMf j iv r v JI Tii 1 ifAcAic BLOCK RPligIIIa JT i ilJI jJ 1 I i SEND USAND Wf WILL SEND YOU AlI i SruI c 1ok1 ALUHI PINi GOON HOLLOW WHISKE 1fh sbgAbPUV isdSIMON N JONES CO 01 It u IUcctCONDANaMAIWITUY IUWLVs Begin the Hew Year rIghVbI IIsub scril in2frtheNew tei w wJ rPGIHarmon= dB UVYMNJ It AnD d J BM 09 JuwliSr tktjrastusier J lilBST rigs in KflorSIIt- o awl nlvwl Yra q fI sp1cIkLArzNTIoN- t C FYM to ooimerciali men 5 Jl IiT ry oetnecjioa with the T + rmc 1J lXotel1 = iAM TLT- aeiatIMP tY =u i nTUt MxJ OSt1I XSSELL pyO4AN AOH0 ot XOUM a M XJWSP 1iOkerLI jZcet4Qa1 JIc HUBBH H HORD p JlIrI5 Jrntxe GFDCLD JCZ I1IJL4j H LAMPTON Frrcz eMCOft FFIC Jt LLl JF RE14ART VZCIQE1 ttp- s KTERT BAIT 4 J IlGFELD KY JV W 11jjfji a BUDmOVI I DENTIST TSETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I 1 f plreo iPKINGFlELD KY UptsWrk dct1y FiritckiifJ LL lf F Na1KfIKI lATTGPNYATLAW ryici with CQ ifoCKo b r Wf LAvaPtOGKEj AtMYaE Law wattertfe jghmi to tfce olI a4eGM6f r riIaC Ooc SPRIKGFIBLD KY f lln a Saloon 7t cngtRt o hand siz 77 oI4bMOKENNA WisEY- ii f i9i mMlloinal lise 1kCI Lager her ii TQ Itr gSQEQONERB1I ic c IT1OIPSILrop 4SPRTNrIELDi KY i ffrU ENSORS J BLkISITI SHO- PHforteihteing j Cfrrftfc Repairing 4 itjUi dfeneral BUcksMithmg All ark pjaarute4 to give tsiif ctioa isth Casey shop PR1NGFIELD KY Transfer 11VRU1t BY JEI CLEMENTS I Ifi Jl afT Scott Mrfyes i ffecUklpg Md Furniture store f it ire to motif T the public Wntl iprepared to io all c Jkiji of ka1bDTel pbone Ht 17pr 1or illr Special Hrrftiwikl aIbMVi 8 L OLMENTS Wy tl Tmrtwertbj Per 1 M t I1ISeUi-Vt taLWt d eon- t y heW m rr l= w uaw1 rql = t lpt r c Ft ABOUT TOWN ii- It r t a J 4 THE Cincinnati Weekly Com mercial Gazette and the News Leader for only 125 per year THREW five seven and tin year old wliiskey at JFGreenes at lowest prices GRUNDY CULYBROOKE ifcCo occupy the biggest part ot our first page this week in telling the people of bargains THE closing exercises of the colored public school take place on Friday and Saturday eve nings of this week Admission 10 dents An attractive pro gram his been arranged A NICE lot of Syear ld Nelson county whiskey 60 cents per qwart J P GREENE GO TO ED M RUSSELLS store and pick out a handsome present for Christmas He has jewelry silverware and handsome ckiua vases THE tobacco growers of the county will meet at the Court House at 10 oclock on next Saturday for the purpose of or ganizing county league A fall attendance of aU those interested is requested TRY a quart of Yellowstone Whiskey for Xirias J P GRSEIIE ALIA persons owing taxes to me as sheriff for the yesr 1898 must settle the same on or be fore tho fourth Monday in Dec Itlber or their property will be advertised for sale HB POWELL Sheriff W Co HAVE just bought a nice line ffinho4elidtrade1 J F GREENE TEE WEJLTHES on yesterday moraine was the coldest of the season them maters at different points fcboat town registering from five to ten degrees below zero A GOOD many those citizens so fortunate asto own ice houses have taken advantage of the ice arves and have had their houses filled The ice is about four laches thick and of good quality C c MoGiLLs turkey slang terlng establishment has been in full blast for the past len days getting ready a big Christmas shipment x f turkeys for the east ern market About three thous and dressed fowls have been shipped Ws will fnnusk any of the leading Magazines and periodi cals in connection with the News Leader at greatly reduced rates Call on us or consult or clubbing list on another page and send in your subscription The Christ mas numbers of the magazines are out now OUR Christmas advertisers have made such a demand on ourspace this week that we must apologize to our readers for being a little short on read ing matter We will try and please all parties concerned in the future by getting out a double number when necessary TOM O BRYAN our clever county assessor has been the rounds of the taxpayers of the county and has his assessment lists about ready to urn in SHERIF POWELL has paid over to the state the county and the railroad district over 42000 from the taxes he and his dep uties have collected this year He is still after all who have not settled however and theceasiest way to stand off a sheriff is to pay hisa Brack iff making a record for himself ac one ot the best sheriffs Washington county ever had DICK MULLICAN will after some improvements have been made to the place move his grocery into the Robertson build ing which has just been vacated by Hertlem Mrs Mansfield will mae extensive improvements in the Store now occupied by Mul Ucam and will occupy it in the Spring with her millinery and ladies clothing business IF you want something hand some in the way of Christinas presents call at E M BUssells jewelry store He has just brought on a select line ef hand AOiae Articles in silverware such iras spoons 19des butterknives Sterling silver combs brushes boehbo boxes manicure set and 0 lQrUL CONRAD HERTLEIN has mov ed into his handsome new bus iness house and is fitted out in first clues style to tarry on his coIectioneryand restaurant business His new house is fur nished with all the odrncon veniences and we predict for Conrad the continued prosperi ty such that enterprise deserves Inhis advertisement in this issue Hertlein offers a nice line of good things for Christmasi A horse was put up on the street onlast Saturday and sold by order of the town authorities under theprovisibns of the stock ordinance the animal having been confined in the town pound the time prescribed by llaw without its owner putting in a claim for it Mr Skidmore Mudd the wellknown horse trader became the purchaser of the horse sad dIe and bridle for 1350 AUKT MARY KELLY the old colored woman said to be over a hundred years old an account of whose life was given in the NewsLeader of last week died at her home in the Valley Hill neighborhood on last Friday She pad enjoyed fairly good health up until the beginning of her last sichness a few weeks ago AUCTIONEER M Campbell reports the sale of Charles Neals stock farming impli cents grain and other personal property which took place on last Monday afternoon as being vpry well attended considering the inclemency of the weather Household goods sold very low but stock as a rule brought fairly hood values yearling steers selling at from 20 to 247Q per kecd milchcows at 16 to 28 per head eU 1ul colt sold at 5 and one good male five years old was knock ed down at 51 Old plug horses could not be sold at any price One gray combined horse four years old sold for 840I Farming impliments of all kindfr sold very low Oats machinetied sold at- 315Oper hundred bundles corn at 116 to 123 per barrel The bidding was at no time lively Mr Campbell also reports that the last county court day at Har rodburg was the dullesthe has ever experienced there owing rio doubt to the severe weather and consequently small crowd THE marriage of Mr John H Morgan and Miss Katherine Roas took place yesterday afternoon at 1 oclock at the Baptist Church this place Tho cere mony was performed by Rev William Mitchell Carlisle Ky Rev C C Pugh the regular pastor of the Church being sick and unable to officate The ceremony was very pretty and impressive Promptly at 1 oclock the bridal pair entered the church and to tie strains of the wedding march as played by Miss Jennie Craycroft pro ceded to the altar where they were pronounced man and wife Messrs J W Shouse of Iaw renceburg and Too 8 Clay brooke of this place acted as ushers The bride wore a boo coming costume consisting of a neat traveling suit of brown cloth and looked quite hand some Immediately after the ceremeny the couple were driv ea to Lebanon to catch a train to Louisville from which place they will go East on a hprt bri daltrip They will be at home in Kirkland after January 8 next SPECIAL NOTICE OFFICE OF CENTRAL Flu INSUBAXOS COMPANY OF LExnraroir KY LEXINGTON KyQ December 6 1898 A committee from our Board of Directors will be in Springfield on Saturday December 17 1898 ahd hopes to meet aU pol icy holders in said company also the agents or represents Ltivcsofany company that have been attacking the solvency of the Central Fire Insurance Com papy Li D SPDRR J E DELPH LSecy Prea- rOrPeHIfleift Dr J C plafiop of Agnow Mich says J havo used Foloya llonoy and Tar In three very sorerc cases of pncti monia tlio put month with good rosulta1 Haydon 8z Robertson Tablets BnckevoPllb Ointment Rive IrsUnt relief It allays innnmmatloq and healH It is prompt In jta action and positive In lla effect It is the kind that cure wUhout palri ordlcomfort It is PI1pontvMc Tubes 75 cents Haydon Robertson f- sDIlL CALDWEL1SN NOISET1QNV r Housekeepers AtteiltiollS 5 We have just received another large shipment of Me Lisk AntiRusting Tinware J1 We guarantee every piece not torust and will replace every pieee that does rust with new one PREE OF O GHAEGE Come in and look at it It cant be heat r We are closing out our stockof Granite Ironware at greatlyJ reduced prices Come in and get bargains WillVaV1sonLakjj i ial prices on Japanned Chamber Sets We have some beauties Our stock of Hardware Tinware Stoves etc is complete Coal Vases Loaded Shells X Coal Hodaf J Sausage Mills t3 j FCf JS Shovels Tongs Sausage Stuffers i i Pokers EtcButther Knives I Table Knives Etc 4 jwbntweMELROYiS SHULTZ BFSONL wo McOhord Is in Louisville Mrs IKThzrnian fentio Los vile Monday J J HrXlabe went to the city lu sday to take Iia the celebration Miss Namnie Ray Thurman baa feturaed from a stay in Lebanon Miss Maranda Montgomery went to Louisville the first of tho week Mr Andrew Cunningham took ila- the celebration at LouIsville Tuesday Mr Louis Rogers wont to Louis vlllo yesterday to son his crop of tobacco Mrs George Ohtschler and chil dren will upend Ohristmas with friends in Louisville Mr sad Mrs 0 R Qranday went to Louisville Tuesday morning to visit i ftti andtQ3ltond the celebra tion Miss Katie Farnsworth has ro tained from Bardstown whore sho has been visiting her sister Mrs T A OrubbaVRev 0 0 Pugh has typhoid fey cr and is quite sick A iraintd narse from Loalarillo has been employed to attend hIM- iee3rL Tack Watoon of Mitchelii burg and Sam O H Johnston of Le banon were gueata at Pr W W BayB tho first of the week Bud Slams who was with the hop ia Porto RIco came horns on Monday night having left the cele bration inLonisTillo after 1Kb first day Mr and Mrs A o McKlroy went to Lonlaville Monday Mr Mc BIroy re tar nod the same day leaving MrsMcElroy there for afewdaya visit The Bloomfield Correspondent in the Nelson Record rues to remark that Some of tho boys from Sprint field seem to lie very ranch struck down hero and are calling on some of the sweeUst girls hero ever known Charles Neal with his wIle and child left yesterday for Las Crucu Nevr Mexico to wake their homo The chango is made on account of Mr Neala health which is bad in this climate Dr Tom Nichols and family also go to the same point to rrfslde Frod P Caldwell whose illness was mentioned last weak baa a well developed case of typhoii foyer and his motherwhoso home is In Alabama has been sent for His condition at prevent however Js by no means alarming REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE F S JIONAL BANK SPRINGFIELD KY At Spn field tho State of Ky at tho doe as December 1606 NO 1707 tUQo Loans and Discount f129005 83 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1700 80 U S Bonds tb secure circulation 3750000 Stocks securities etc 941000 Banking house Furniture ft Fix tares 700000 Duo from National Banks not ito servO AgontsjV 170159 Due from State flAnks ft Bankers 201 29 17t7J18Checksrevenue stamps 10111 Notes of other National Banks 17800 Fractional papercurrency nickels and cents 4i37- LAirrnr Uoxir tf V- IZSpecie10683 O Legaltender notes 1UOO 1290360- Redemption find with U 8 Iroas urer 5 percent of circulation 163760 Total 20305373 TT =TTVr =Capital stock paid in t5000000 Surplus Fund 1000000 Undivided proflU less azpensps 38887BtatoDuo to other National flanks 88769 Due to Stats Banks and Rankers 2982- IndlvfdualDeposlta subject to check 896fi3C9 Time Certificate of Deposit 747295 Notes and bills redlscounted829- 100VTOt3IV2039337 STATS orKssrocKT ooujrrr or WASH Ii A C McElroy Cashier of the abdve named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliefA STcELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of December 189- A BoutWABB N PWCOKyW conac4ttestV t B LLTT8ET SIDNET GREEK Directors F4LOAMPBELU jV ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED everywhere for The Story of the Philippines by Murat Hulstead commleloB 4 by the Government as Official Historian to the War Department The booKWU writ tan In anut camps at San Francisco the Pacific ith General Merritt in Ue hospitals at Honolulu in llonr touKlai the American trencfces at Manila la the insurgent camps with Aeulaaldo oa the deck of the OlympIa with Dwey and la the roar of battle at the fall of Manila Bonanza fer renU Bi i Iflo original oictur s taken by ovcrameit photorr pkers on the spot Largo book Loer prices Jug profits Freight paid Credit given Drop all trashy unofficial war books Outfit free Address 7 T Barber Secy Star Insurance Bide ChIca- goNarsLEADttt a you The person who disturbed the congro JAtl n last Sunday by coughing Is re quested to call on Haydon A RoborUon and get a bottle of Foley Honey and Tar which always gives relief SXTB OBCAH KAMI is spdetUve r ApjJyatatk noitrOi ItU4alck rab rba4 eat et DuUIMS or brU aiJlpJee JIe atJ- LT JJROTERs M Warren Si ilew York Cttr For Hoarsenca Bepj Iqgeraon of Hutton Ind says ho had not ppokon above a whisper for months and one bottle of Fjloys Honey and Tar restored his voice It is used very largely by pcakers and singers riavdon tt Robertson irToDe for nttj Cents Gnsraaued tobacco nablt cure maVes weak mea swoug blobS wire I AU druggists t a 5 For 2g IS SaleI iC 2 I- iiii GheaII i 5 Mens Boys and Childrens 3 Ii g Suits and Overcoats 2I S Blankets and Comforts 2 IWarm Underwear Boots Z 0 I9 and Shoes 2 I Ladies and Misses Cloak 1 2 1 Must reduce our stock Cal- llat our store if you want to g care money X X X- McCHORDg 2- ROBERTSON 5 I= a Farm for Sale I have for slo a farm con sisting of 200 acres of good land situated about five miles north west of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn and improvements More than half is in pasture and the balance under cultivation It contains some fine tobacco land It is situated three miles from Valley Hill post flloe and railroad eta tion and on a good turnpike 0 M KELLY Springfield Ky Jd Whiskey abitcured at home wtUc partlcultIDItWOULLItT w A6 oe JOtNrijWA JtrATrrEDSevenil Trustworthy Per ODrllUslnesscountfMat homp Salary str debttlDOO a year and- oxpensedellnltobona tlndo no more no less 6ilary Monthly 75 Refer ncosv Kncloso telfaddrossed Btfujpod nverope Herbert E Hess Prost Do artment M Cuicago j F P CALDWELL ATTORNEYATLAWAN I Court Stenogfapfier LI DfpositloVu Court Reporting all kinds of BhortUaad and Type writer work V1Offlcowlth WVtC McQhord SPRINGFIELD KY1 iMR8flDMftRK8Fashianabla Dressmaker K Dresses made in the latest rfl and best style and aatiafac I l tion guaranteed gi 7jjCall and see my work and get prices I can be found Wi at the rooms over Postofilce- SPRI1OFIELDKY 5J 4 THE MARKETS The following tblerspresonts the prices paid for farm products ia Springfield by the dealers therein It is corrected up to oclook VTedkesday but Is subject to Toriatious thsrVaftor on private adrices from LovisTillo dealers Tfhe t per bu M to 65 Corn per bu to 25 OaU perbu 34 to a- sItyperbu 50 Clover peibu 8 to 2 Timothjr per bu 1 10110 Orchard Grass per bn to 90 Hay Timothy per cwt 40 Uy JloTcrpercwt 85 to 40 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnished by the LoulsTllU Lire Stock Jounal 221 Wed Main Street Lou isrllle Kr Extra hlppIDIH3Q4 70 Light shipping 4 5a4 M DeaL butcher steers 3 85a4 Fajr to good butcaor steers Common U ned bitcker teen S 5ouS 00 Thin roach teen poor cows and scalawags sss 25 Oxen good to extra 1 Oaiqo Oxen common to medium 6Ta8 5- 0FeedersV 4 00o4 65 Stockers 4 00a4 75 Bulls 3 Ma3 60 Va1Ca1es525S00V Choice mllca cows 3500ai500 Pair to roOd t 150025001 BOOtS Choice packing and butchers 29SlbtoSCOlbVassFair to good packing 100 lb to200lbb t 340 Oood to extra light 100iBOlb SJSaSSS Fatshoata 130160 lb lOa Fatsheats 100WOlb 8 20 Pip 00 to 90 lbs I 75fc855- Rougbs i50400lb2 75a3 10 Te Vrs Cnstlpattui r rervr orfioItf WANTED AgonU for IIIstory of the WpanlshAtnerlcnn War by Hon Henry Wattereon A complete nuthen lie hlatoryj illvntrated with over 78 full page half tones and many richly colored pictures Large royal octavo volume superb outfit postpaid for only M cents btaraps token itoit liberal terms giren The grertest opportnnlty tbo year Add row The Werner Company Akron Ohio CASTORIAPer lafamti sat CklWrf- cmJfciKMYoiKiTiAlwiytlHtlit Beers the Bignatv of SNYRUPPErSI Ballard Snow Liniment There Is no pain It will not relieve no swelling It will not aubdue no wound it will not heaLV It will euro frost bites chilblains and corns Ilnvdon tt Robertson Stop that barking by the usq of BaK laIds Hotehonud Syrup It nrests the coURh allays Irritation ofth throat and rolldves congoctlon of the lurgsjna day It is safo nd pleasant to take and noref diaappolntr 25C and 50d at llaydon KoborUou r erryChristrna toAD i If you want to select a nice and suitable Cbristmas prewrat W H your Sweetheart Friend or folks at home We would suggest n i PuffFourinhandswey ofVGloves SitJc Handkerchiefs and Mufflers in the new EbadesJVV VV tye have a full line of novelties in Sterling Silverware Pur f e tt 1 for children anti grown people We have mada big reauctionsiVi K j1 prices in our Cloak and Clothing Department Dont forget outs 4 1rtGrocery which has been Replenished with all the good thngs UK v tD eat tlrtbo Holidays See the hansonio presents we are gijingVPI away with OaB purchases No trouble to show good ij VVVLV 1VVVVVVVVVVVVV k ViV McChQrdRobeijsom1 i i t tf Tntioth ComMnatiofl HorsoO q jVjV- r= S2LEIFEBRUARY 12s 3 4- 19OC I i 1 d iiatlace earth to show horses tontractandI rDanvjlle KyVV A BUSINESS gaIaorbeing canceled It is vf the Irit lmportass wtralalag at the chool that ets41 is the yu front ranktbV gt y jVBRYANT ST ATTW BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY HHXKUM tookkeepfn SKortKnd el5ekraphy Write for beautiful book giving testimonials rVVV Htl 7 graduates occupying prominent positions all tr VVtho United StatesIt will he mailed FREE J t W i S i ji TaMAYisS 813 CLEMENTS ry AVV IA CARLOAD = I FTTIsEIsI v JfJJSfj t J and Dining Tables We also sell CaV5f pets and have a lull line of samplesV gj to select from Drop in arid see themS J ofTtjUndcrtakiIgGoods Our stock scomPIf i j4 every detail Calls attended to day or night I T s5 MATES 00VDt MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD KT A i t i Hoadquadersd i tj y oI1 THE FARMERS i WeVhandleVall kinds oarmiutItfc- Cr Jments and W gODS t and cairyVlihe of Fine ft IcIIr B ggiesJPhaeto s SurrestcVik StJPEKIOR DISC DRILLS Thjwheat drill on the 1 tQn and tw hoiesizes d rJ u iai1t t o fW buy and sell Thy iidGinVkind bf seed ttcpe WLtmHO I t l SFR1NQF1KY kV I q PFil tW3LFr Jf Infants and Children BougbiIJt I I i i M IfiiIfIfIn i1 M For Over 30 Years WIsTAaOMPAsI1 NVAVStRgY jif i j t I MARION JtEWS il o n a rprlee J jQ Jfiriom Fj3C cowrLbstp this AM Ce4fropt theftockhoM Mof the different turnpikes 8i8 4IiasofroElt R ccst to the Hiitf f38J25 This sum of 0SY will bapaid out of the le ttyy18g9 Tbe assessed proper ir Tilticof Mutton countf for tfTMHl 08 was nearly 8 5000QOV yT reM thefree roadaxpedUuror proyldodrf 0 JcrU the 1899 levy The c rtu per cent vt1I be something More tktn 11 per cent aud some l4toplssa than 15i per cent AT the Adminiatratorc sale of tli property of Mr Henry ONe N y terday there wasayery Irf8 attendance AU kinds of irtPek and crop sold welL The most notable sale was the six t j year oW Jack which was pur fhed by Mr George F Brown l HK for f1GO in csb Much cows 4E fcht from f23 to 38pei head s rii 25 cents per bushel in the crib orchard grass seed 77 cents Hrbu fat hogs estimated 325 per kindred hay cord end other kludipf provender sola at fair uctoneer Thorn nsS SeJ4M the KftrvfWua ms usual ilijjatch IDoputy Collector John A Bur S the latest victim of the i i ISLal revenue ax which has of t late been wielrded with such itr Wadlf effects the Civil service notwithstanding In Johns case 1ustedof chopping his head oft thq ax was appliedllo the office Wwlaich he held The office of the D pat7 Co11ctorshas been aba ished This office paid 1200 eTa aty and H2QC traveling expenses ObD r ce Ted a letter Wednes day notifying him that aftr N- ol irtSberSOJbls office would be 4itcpntinnedsllr Burton held thli responsible position all dur J ifnp Ifr Clevelands last admin 1tr Uoot and it can be safely yai4 bata better man for the place could not have been ap pointed ItJs also sale to say tkat it will aot be longr before the4 t pllee will bffTorcreated and a de- IjiitT otthG Republican faith cfcdfeto fill it It is a pity such ifek subterfuges have to be re orte4Wga1n a point To Cure a Cold in One Day t Tak Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet A1ldruggjit te refundmnouey If it laI3to 4125cr The genuine basI B Q on 4e tablet lf9lo PJo 4f The Cauaifltt race wil tote the il uttu Itrwill ruTh it bYlaw if posible but it will rule It- t frj ro domination will not be WJl lltd The white scalawag urWkQ trisi to use the nearo as his tooll t awpt into office by playing i obis ignorance and perjudice by arraying him against those Wb awn the piopcrty pay the ic T1orL J J i i iii 9f rdt s4YTAYERS HAIR VIGOR frlftlb ill the fjomlsiS TtiaJc fof tt ts lice cd vcrdld itto5e toho hint Metf U 1r VJzlerst7 tJv sold AYtas HAIR for flftaca urs and do not = ovf a tingle cat a wher K tIM riot rin enUre 3t1a1sctonPpM iIt ratInL3Ao 4- jIi i Jfaifrr iq dleee IlHd mrhalr otan out t zc1Intja1i4r i fIor JtiVlOo4oes an thit lahn4 i Jt V48Td r1lrJ1 was fast vba ta ki natrt c lordsrkW suoPll troa NJ- ii 4 lllta Mt1I4TLMIdAierI1 4 gtlnq i trees and qlra the negro employ ment It not as good as the neg- ro It is this class of creatures Who are jresponaibie tor all the troubles between the whites and blacks If the negro WAS nottQ use sa t tool by designing po liticana and used as by secaetly Inflaming him against his former masters with promises of equali t1the negro would cause no troubl Left alou e he iia nd good terms with the man who employ es him and helps him wheneyeY ho need hop These acalavags Incite negroa for their own ban ttit and ere responsible for the troubles in North Carolina Eli zabeth town News r i No Houtbnst Foloya Uonoy and Tar does not claim to perform mlnulea It does not claim to cure all cases of conaamprfgn or asthma But It docs claim to glce comfort and relief to advanced stages of these diMaaea and to usually cure oat Jy stages It lU oartalnly worth trying by thcuo afflicted or threatened with these dread fut dlBCuee Haydon t Itoberteon Ji WS BRIE S Mr S L Gray an old and respected citizen died at Leban on la e n The MarionFiscal Courthas arranged with all the turnpike companies iin 3the cpunty with the exception of the Springfield and Newmarket to remove alj toll gates Grvel in our neigh bor county is gow as trosasH is in old Washington Mr James CArdthers and Miss Cora Samuels will be mr riedat Ba dstown Dee 50 Miss Samuels iis the daughter of the late W L Samuels and Mr Uarn her is a s uofMr A R7 Uaroihers nod is engaged in the shoe business in Louisville The Campbcllaville Times Ipurnai has recently suspended Mr J Rogers Gore t Hodgen yule matte an attempt to buy the plant and start her up again but the dell for same reason was not consumatcd Mr G W Peterson has sold his farm consisting of 200 acres on the Ro1li gFrkbelqw Raywick for obd cash Mrj Jos Whitfield becoming the put chasar James Tardy of Sinking Fork Christian County has in bIB possession the oldest razor in this country His grandfather Bird Hardy used it during the war of 1812 and it is in use to day It had been in use about ninety years and is still in eXt cellent coudition Lindsay Froeman a Chris tian county farmer was perhaps fatally sliOtTby his son aged nineteen who engaged in a fight with ihe old man because of abusive llanguage used toward his mother The father blloda rifle and the boj a pistol bat the old man didnt get a chance toi shoot rCot Albert E Boone has notified the State authorities that an English syndicate with 10 ObQOOO has banked the Black Diamond Railroad and will build the EDO miles of the road from Columbus 0 sputa through Kentucky between Dover scud Cyntniana adiRtant of 257 miles Harrodsburg has the bowling craze and the bowling alley is proving a goldmlnetto the prpriotor Ever since the placo was opened last wcek patrons hayo been as thick as mushroom in a cow pasture JdmenmlsF dloBCcd mebVlipemingtp be fascinated with th pl tll11e Z tdarotaryJottho Tre tt f V mcndcd h JlJhr st J1 1Lirbsotor soldiers in pubk andVPSrlb Rico bo admitted free of duty Tho AgricDUural Depart menVestlmaHJ9c opsQf cof t and Oats rth t1 J epocoo mOrI1 11 tfiqsame i rbnf Jari Y- MonticUUKv entugahiisii t jpaloon license by rt na airily of ia5 tl1ttl tt t1t vim OUR = FARMERSI 8 n Notices stock ptcA or galnantcd of fur sale or orchanRo insbtted in 4hls umn or cnxRQS Farmers aro re qarstcd to sed in stock orcrqp items tot pbIlcaUcm Sarnael McDowell got back lajb night from Alabama 7horo ho bought 175 flOQponndk cattle for J osldwell When naked how much ha uald fortbem Mr osatauToo mncli for publicationDanviUo Advocat- trleon Bros Bbipped 23 harness and WuSblned horses to Spartansburg 8 Ot this week Tibia stock was brought up In tblaf county it an avarago of 870 a h8adHarrodaburg Democrat I t As this is the sauaago season tho fol lowing receipt sent to An exchange by a cqrreBpoadont may prove of valuo to our formers I havotned Bpvera different ways of keeping sansago moat and the one I thud best is after the meat boa teen ground fine I seas on it with salt and equal parts of red and black pepper and sago and work Itthrouphljl Fry a Uttl b bf moat to oeeif It is eeas nod right If it Iapack In gallon croclcB or jars Sit In the oven and bake threo hours take out of the oven and put a Height on top of meat to preea it down When it gets cold if thero should not bo enough grease to cover the meat melt some lard and poUron thetop Cover with plate and cloth Put away for use When wanted scrape grease off top and tfico out and eat in the pvea to warm Tl will koep R long time and ia very nice Try r itt t 1 The boat said yet made off 1893 crop was made last vresk at the Growers House at Louisville It wasa crop of 16 bogheads belonging to Mr O Shoe thau1blGallatln county roar hog bead brought 013 each which is the price thus far for 1888 crop The en tire crop of 16 bogheads averaged e10 fj7 ftWilliam Shoemaker of this connty Bold throe hogheads of tobacco at the Peoples Warehouse Louisville last week at an average of 89 20 tttIt Is said that trotting and pacing fuJeur morethan C0per cts of the races in batBtte this noaaon wore declared off for lack of entres r m t v Sons and grandsons of George Wil- kes222 have sired 108 trottora and pacers with records from 200 to 210 while daugntera of George Wilkes hay produced seven 220 performers V t 1t The winter sales of horses at Lexing ton closed last veek The two sires one held by tho Easton Company and one by Woodard Sban clin occupied two weeks A total of 643 horses were sold Including throashbreds and trot Ingbred animals The sales zgrog- u ted e121895 an avergeof 0194 IttA- bout 600 or 700 head of turkeys mi grated through Lebanon yesterday enroutefor Mr C 0 McGills slaught er house at Springfield Most of those fine birds came from the Bradford Vllle neighborhood they having bctlnII brought some time ago by Mr McGill Atmmbor also came from priceIthat the market prico in Lpuiavillo Is rnls1erlJetruckI graphed from various Kentucky towns to the daily press stating that turkey ey crop was short seem to have been deceptive and only for the purpose of causing a shortlived rise in tho market This has been a fine year for the turkeys far as the weather is concerned and further there has been splendid crop of Juicy grasshoppers the turkeys dearest friend and best fattenor Lebanon Falcon A Narrow Escape Thankful words written bj Mrs Ada E Hart of Groton S D Was taken with a bad cold which titled on my lungs cough net in and finally terminated in consumption Four taeorH gave m up saying I could live but a short time I Gave myself up to my Baviour duterniinc iif I could not stay with my friends on earth I would moot tny absent ones above My husbAnd was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery foe Con sumption Coughs and Colds 1 gave it a trlaltok in all eight bot tles It has cured me ahd tbank God 1 am saved nndnowa well and healthy womari1ITrial botOe Ireo at Ilavdon Robertsons drug 5100IQffunded They Chewed Too Much Mr Eck Hundley sustained quite a loss the other day owing tan rather peculiar circumstance Ho had a number of fine ste rsin Btoclf field near town and some one left a gate open leading from the field to a tobacco barn The cattle attacked tfcq tobacco and tparly demolished thejcrop fourfine steers cUewiug tisomuch pf the weed that the excess resulted in their deaths But forth timoly discovery of the ani mals several others doabtlesh would bavo died iji a simllir manner Tim stefcrfi who died Lfrdrn anovordose ca the weed were fine animals esltimated to bo worth5O r oad A post mortem oh one of thfem revealed about fifty pounds of tbo tobacco in hs paunch LebancnFalccn GmlNG READY Every expectant mother has a trying ordeal to face If uto does not ItherChildbirth It full of uncertainties II Nature Is not gfrea proper ataigtnrco Mothers Frend t4no1UfJJIt makes the advent easy and nearly pain less It relieves nad prevents morning Bicknees relaxes the OTerBtrained mus cbs relievo the distended feeling short ens labor maltes ovary rapid and cor ta1n Without any dangerous aftcrefltocta Mothers Frland b good for only oai purpose viz to relieve motherhood oi danger and pain dollar per bottlt at sit drug stores ot Mat by oiprew oa rept ot price VKIH contalnmir Tliubla Inform tloa for vrcmtn will ba sent to any addrut upon applloctioa to TUB DRADPIELD REQULATOH C9 Jt1utL A Talking Machine M rvel The Talkigl machine which ro ports from P ris state is to bo beard by ton thousand people at onco st the Paris Exppsltjpn has been completed A private exhibition of this remarkable talking machine was given Thanks giving week in the office of the American Graphophone Com pany in New York to represen tatives of Now York press The exhibition was in every way suc cessful The machine will become familiar to Americans long before the Paris Exposition opi ens TheJParsian story is wrong in intimating that the machine is of huge size It is scarcely larg er than the ordinary graph- ohnIthacIagIantsp voi h not a giants bociuew cia chine is known as the graphophj one Grand A song can be re produced by it with such volume AS to be heard ubove the voices of a large congregnation singing A spefech can bo produced so as to be heand as far as and farther than tile human voice can carry sound The new machine repro ducts not only with great vol ume but with greater naturalness and purity of tone than any talking machine yet devised This has resulted from experiments made by Mr II Macdon aId manager of the factory or the American Graphophone Comp ny along the lines laid down- b Bed and Tainter At the cud of the exhibition Mr A J Ost heiraer of Philadelphia ordered one of the new machines to constructed for the Emperor baI Japan The Successful Remedy for NASAL CATARRH must be nonirritating easy of application and one that will by its own action reach tbe inflamed nnd diseased surfaces fiLYS CRB AM II AUi combines the portantrequbiteft of qultrk action ac11pe eWe curatire powers with perfect safety to tho patient This agreeable remedy has mastered catarrh as nothing else has and both physicians cud psUont freely concede knowtIskill has been reached The most distress symptoms quickly yield to It In acute ling the Halm imparts almost instant By Absorption thatLcay vrhfiih isjqulckly and thoroughly ab doestthem to a limpid and odorless condition and finally to a naturar nod healthy char 3toretW rrcn St New York it will he mailed Full directions with each package Oream Balm opens and cleanses the nasal passages allays inflammation thereby proIof taste and smell The Balm is applied directly into the nostril Yoor Doctor h Knowsourdootorhnownaflabout- foods and medicines hImjnstof Scolts EmUlsion of OodLlvor Oil with Hypo hoBPhlteaWo ewt1l1Dg to trust la his answer dootorsJhaveEmulsion for paleness weakness rvous exhaustion and for nil difloosos that cause loss Ja flesh Iter creamy color and Its pleasant taste make it es peoially useful for thin end delicate children Nootherpreparatjonofcodliver bytak1ntrand untried Koep in mind EMULSIOIThasquarter of a century t3OC lion alt drogristj SCOTT A CbtmUts Titw Vorfcaff IUlubbingIi List The best Magazines and New spapers published in the country offered at reduced rates tp NEWS LEADER subscriber As a special inducement new eabaoribersnndolIoiuep who renew we Have at no little troublo anti ex pcnse made arrangements with largo number ofrngazinta snill nejvspnpers to ofFtr them at greatly reduced rates In sbine chaos we offer you the NEWS LEADER am the other publication together for one year nt tho orico oftha one Now is the tiniB to begin And hero is a jist of some qt the offersI W1TlI NcwsLanuu Lonisyille Post daily i 8275 Courier 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156 papers year for only a Dollar and gs Quarter J I This offer isppeQto all oli subscribers fothbNEVSLEADBR v hq paY up audone year in4L vaflco and to any uQ V sub scribers We consider tUs one of the uiostliboral offers made and there ipno reason thy anyone should flat keep posted poe the war news hud nom nWsrasiwenf omm ntcnU t AddrdssB DAVISON JftJj i t But NWSLEitSprinflldIy a THK YfOIDDRS OF GIEEB 1 1Lungiioif Can Be Cured andilclRSldcrs- Jbotlatlncitlshed Now York bhomlst T A Blbcunvileniopotratine his discovery of artllablo nud absolute euro for coosnmp tfpn tPul onttry Tq crcnloslsl ana zi- 1bronchiaL throat lapg and client dlsaoies stubborn coughs catarehIti l affection enil decline stud 1reaiuees1eai of flesh and conditIons of XTatin a 1YtvDlond THREE IJIEE BOTTLES all different of bUG v discoveries to any afflicted road etAbeNEwsLaADsItirjtit de them His New Scientific Treatment hicurodUhposandd ptrnianently IT its timely use and ho considers it a simple profess local duty to Buffering humanity todonato- a trial o hi infalllblo euro Science dally dcvftlovea now woaderaond this great chemist patiently experimenting for years hns produced r tulta bencScia to humanity as can bo claimed by any mod eta genius His asstrthm that luug troub Its and consumption are urablo in any climate Is proven by heartfelt Utters of gratitud filed in his Amerlcon and Euro penn labcratorits in thousands from those curd in nil pacts of tho world Madlcal experts concodo that bronchial chest and lung troubles l adr t6 consump tion which uninterrupted moans speedy and certain death Simply write to TA Slocum M G Pins street Kew York giving pqat oijSco and express address and the fre inedkutte will bo promptly sent Sufferers should generouspryposiston PicaS tell the Doctor that you taw his oflerlu tboNJlwsLzluaa rGOOD FARMSi In Daiess countv the best county in Western Kentucky The best county in the state Tho best market in the state for obacco wheat corn potatoes tomatoes and the only market for cornstalks which yield 12 per acre Owensbor the county san has 18000 population is on the Ohio river and has three roilroad best schools in the state Ws have farms for sale ranging from 25 to 40C Acres attf at most rea sonable prices Here ate two of them Tract No 55 acres 7 mlle4iw imrii4egflborhocsd on Calhoun nad high level iand creek onI ono lint n1vl houso and barn 13 acres otlctllllvatlunprlceonlyotll ton on railroad Ift mum west of Owens hero level land nearly all splendid for wheat and burley Cloorl1 j there are several amnll houses tnbacco barns wewiIl divide thi trail into 50 acre tracts prico S20 peT aero Terms on all onotnlrd cash balance in one two and threo years yo sell land chpaptr tbaji anybody else in this part of tbo state Writo for our list of farm- sWILLIAMS LITTLE i 214 12 Third Si pwensboroKy Awa4ToNoTfrDraflewoadarworhcr atrMig AH Crvgjlsis Me or Cure gusran Uo Boolilot lid sample free JUWresi StarUnf Hem dr Co Chicago or New York A 5RITIEAL TIME During the Battle of Sai ISICKNIGHT AND DA Y pI The Packers at the Battle of Sadtiaco do Cuba were alt Heroes Their H role offorta in Getting AmuriiUi n and Rations to the Front Saved to- Day P K Driller oj pack train No 3 wrlti iff from Hantiasjo de Cubaon July 231 as fa We all had diarrhoea in more orJtsa violent form end when wo landttl re had no time to Bee doctor for it was a case ot rush and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied with amunlti in nnd rations but thanktvto Chamberlai ia Collo Cholera and plarrhoea Rem y jIat one critical time this mekicino naa- aq indirect savior to our army for if t packers hal been unable to work there would havo been no way of getting eup I plies to the front thero were no roads that a wagon train could Use My copi f rade and myself had tho good fortuhe to lay In a supply of this medicine befdre wo left Tainpn and I know In tour It absolutely saved mv life The above latter was written to ho manufactuters of this medicine he Chamberlain Medicine Co D aMuinos a fur aalo by Haydon A Kobertaon ThoOIdostorHisKindj uRdXu Col B L Hurdins faithful old dog passelinbiachecks Tuesday Rex had lived Jo the ripe old age of trrepty tib ir p and for many years yas- one of the most regular chiiijclx atteudaota In the town bV dno tstjtbecracks near his hind quarters Having ben shot through the body wjian a pup Rex tbpught theywere afer him tuam and sought shehbr In the ho emenV The sexton unawo a prhis pros uiko reii heIchurch though he aomBtic ies peep2dinthe dobrK He was Puri ed ijiToykl stirle Hfirtpdabarg1 Democrate Thpbrjbcs q tiqdtto G fiiv 9iAldcfrmpn oJptffc thrptig lio flftyoaMreot l1rCl1ncbtls atO1 attUo amount 1000000 Wy SUfFER AgoNY I f rWhen DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE 13 guarante4d ft to cure you It ia the discovery of an eminent physician oKpKnlfalI Ho toroptioR of Business I t The first treatment brings immediate relief It has tared thousands and will cura ypu t rMIL T S WILOOX promincrt merchant politieii andchief of the Chattanooga FIre Depttrtment sayst t AIteryethh ohuffering DONS PIL oxNTMzwrws tlC to The of pIof bringing your voildcrful remedy to the ttsntlou xi othcrsauf leriog with plies FPrice 100 Prepaid to any Addrew DON CHEMICAL COMPANY tCHATIXNOOOA TENN W t t t EBED DUTTER afiLB tJI IIIPOWJ G wIJ3IuPlncs Blue Grass ffcntackT Cream itja cn Jc a iIoi1it atfa a cityJ4 ui4 abctfnttM FINEST CREAMTARTARSUSMSODA TUB ONLY BAKING POWDER WITH THB HILtf ALRB ADT IS IT iTo make the JMnot and Richest Blcult and othtr Brisds the LTgbtest sad SwcttMt 4JCftk acwithoutth Us ofMou Milk For aU Baking Parpoua VW outMtiiu J FOR PURITY AHD EXCEllENCE 18 WiTRflllT A GOBITOHN- othfart but theiBest Retulti ass ass of tha Pre sad Cowtint UI rf the tit 4 Powdered Putter Milk Baklac Powder and U tndllplllutfla fr Per u4 Whal0Urtad tad Cakes at omA4 oa SlMci Ships and Occaa V n li Ttyo toapooxful to ono quab ot fiouv PThJLP0Goj LouisyllleiI UAt C 666 ky mr Home GrownFnitnest S We have thisanitof nicei well grown Tioes 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