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forI orybrre Jg helped itt he tried Bck1iArc Salve the bUt 70 the jfrorid He writes two 6les Wholly curetl him lofal Jlbte rbPile Oate Goaranteed 4uWBob rtsoo druggists w I SS 5S75 r j t I THEI v NEW8LDIDEB L i L li tttttt1ttttttttt1t1t1t tt tt tt and Ends of Gossip a IN THB LLtFTCRNOON Theres a burnish of fine scarlet oathe pear that drops today Now the glory of the ripe and rich Rutamnal noons has conic The peach Is oyer mellowand the bends thespraySAnd theres honey yes theres hoaey thephunliWlthtllel pIJger hfe gold and azare wings TJbutterfly clings loosely where the last flowersflamQ and shine Down the dusk of lonely garden aUlea toe yellow leaf still clings And the grape upon tbe trellia ia horat Isgwith U wine Theree bloom updn the mountain and theres mist upoa tbo stream Theres a light burns low lIt 1eaveR that never shone before e slag softly with low volee in slow and waking dream hile far off the breaker feathers In dull musld np the IborejBut by fitful flow and falling there blows a bodlngbreath wind that steaI5 from spacto of aIr known and nae1o chili d it wraps about our dreaminga- darker dream of death d iakea the singing from the lip and makes the music still HABKIETPKESCOTT r SPOFFORD In Harpers Bazar tT1 HE FAmNegoUationS areI on between the directors the Washington Cognty FairI Co and the Black HawkTribe RedMen which may Iesult in tlie Red Men securing control of the fair grounds and conducting e fair hext fall A desire has en exprBisedbysODe of the rectots and stockholders ol the bla fair company t6 introduce w blopd into the management and new features into the fair and thee Red Men have expressed desire to take hold provid- eth proper arrangements can beI made The local tribeis strong numbers anBTls growing and being composed for the mostE part of young men if they take hold of tbe matter in earnest can without a doubt make a big success The idea is to add as manY now features as possible but at the same time preserve the agriculture ant stock inter est The great success of the Elks Fair at Lexington is an ex ample of what a fraternal order accomplish in that line andc ere is no reason why the Springfield fced MerisT Fair ould not be as great a success proportion as tbatIE y EWIS Hon John W Lewis JLapt this place has received invitation to make campaign speeches in Indiana this fallt which he has respetfally de clined having decided that what time be had to devote to cam paign work he would use in Kentucky Mr Lewis has al ready made several chesint e interest of the Republican ticket and his efforts have been enthusiastically ifeceiyed and complimented He has recently eceived invitations from the chairinen of the Republican mmittees of Anderson an Mercer counties to mk speeches in those counties tan early date which he will pr ba bly accept RIMY ELECTIONS claims of the various candi i dates for places on the Demo cratic ticket for county officesI will probably be settled by primary election which is to b- alledc later on by the county committee The committee wi be governed by the wishes of the various candidates boUt is pro able that the primary will called within a month or so after tbe November election The JI of probablandtdaths for north nations is large ut ttiey are all llying low until after thcomin presidential election is settled and the primary is called ALL WEDDINGSTheSe- sotiB of fall weddings is on and another of Washingto- countys fair young daughte is shopping and visiting the dressmaker sure signs so they say The wedding will ba more or less of a surpnse although it has been predicted The young peoplo arp both favorites iin social circles and they will start in wedded lifQ under conditions t most favorable to a life of un I alloyed happiness andprosperity toES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP A cheap remedy for coughs latdyotTantoometthig to relieve andIl cure the more sever suj daa gerous resnlta of throat andI yoiInI doGot A warmer and monTregular climate Yes if possi bi toeia eithin caw tako the ONLY remedy that has been JintroducedI I it all civilized countries fiith success in sevjere throat andIlit lunt troubles uBoecheeM Ger man Syrup It notvOnly heal alanil stimulate the t ues to destroy the germS disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights restJand cures tht patient Try one bottle Recommend d many years by all drug 5It byRaydon The American Ra leIHop fi CoL Cody the Wild West Show man is thoroughly well informed about range horses He was for merly on the range and wufo r Ja long time a EOlutin tile Jar West In a recent interview fnI discussing the American range horse Col thbeaillw demand He says the American irange horse in his natural state Iis tbe wildest of the nTIjCossack or Arab does not com jIpare with him for fierceness orcjingenuity Infact Col Cody has bisequalI subjugation He will kick bite strike with four feet and he alone knows the possibilities of tbucking No rider in the world except the American cowto who has learned theart in the school 1imiSter the untamed horse of thee jplain He will endure an incredible amount of work His capabilities in this direction were- abundantlyproven by the thous and mile ride at the lime of the Worlds Fair in Chicago when rery horse made the jqnrney ffrom Chadron Nebj to Chicago without difficulty and arrived Iin good condltion In contrast iis the famous Vienna race ini which the horses were killed t tStin the course ef my lifetime says Qol Cody I have had oc casion many times to put my thorses to more sever test than tthis one and 1 never found tb wanting We all know the in mj telligence beauty and affection of the high bred American horse Add to this the hardihood en durance and adaptability of the plains animals aad we have a product that the rest of the world tfannot eqaaL I believe aiprochingeEurope wlllblmounted on American horses containing admixture of American blood IJ The celI kept and picturesque Cemeterye byit elampe picture giving the graves in the foreground and the hthgaSome 8038 of these graved were identified but 4963 are unknown llOne of jhetowersand the moo MinflesOtabRidgebes our illustration theAndrewsMisnmopt appopriate in de sin This picture gives glimpses Isof a part of the newNational andgijiirefiide Large sun spots aatrouomera My caused tho extreme heat tbte summer and doctors doclare nearly all the pros ofthodlnmdirsor dvspopel will quickly re love add permanent tire you Hay don Robertson UCOEDharactertucky for old tabllllhed manutacturlul surepeHOur reference any lank in nyolty Enclose self addreaeed stamped enyeT opu Manufacturers Third floor 334 rnjor rl liBBANON LOCALS From The F conI The Lebanon Ice F torv has closed for the season tome of the machinery got out of repair and Itwaa jsp near the end of the season M h Frost decided to suspend operation until next s pringthSuperintendent Rains had a rge force of men at work last tJlewaterlmalDI etflstreetf tbecame worn causedalk he work was completed by rch light Thursday evening The fiveyearold son of Mr JpeBrnsseils hat a narroW es cape froth death last Friday As wa1ie was quite seriously and painfully injured Mr Joe Ford who lives on the Rolling Fork is relatiue of Mrs Brus sels and the former being ill i tbe latter with tier child were at Mrs Fords A bottle of nlctric acid was on a table and the child managed to got hold of i it puttotoSfallowing The acid burnt himI and he dropped the bottle the conteDtsof which was spilled tvO nolhswallow any of the acid but his arms and legs and almost the entire fcody are frightfullyl burned At tile meeting of the Demo cratic County Committee last SatUrd7rtbe time forh dingi e primary to nominate CandlI dateS for the county officee was xed for December 1st J3cme favored the 8th and othets the 15th of December but ti4e 1stt tc ws finally decided npozI of candidates have al ready announced and thosp who have not will likely do so In the course of tbe next few weeis A Powder Mill Ezplesle Kemoves everything in jsight so do drastic mineral pill but b 55othDeed to dynaite your bodyI when Dr Kings New Life PiUs do the work abflso easily per fectly Cures Headache Const pation Qnly 25 cei9t Hay don pobertsonsdru8tpre t TheCbnfederafeSeal The result of the last Cbbfedtt erate council of war held it Ab beville South Carolina i4 Mays 1865 was soon known ailovei anrthe I busrYor hours signing honorable discharges for the tired soldiers no immediately applied for them writes Mrs Thaddeus Horton in October Ladies Home Journal During the evening t r ovals XIIII We know f tchD10 tear the liD log of your droll sad Inlhla ifeetbroockWi pnCumOnIs Ogdykcpksac ctwelfbc IUa I JIryour appcde bringlagocaIow rythInsright for the germs of COUSUIPIIOL UBetter kttt youroovih bdoekkII1iyo I AYfTbQftb bQftbPQeEOII kills coughs of4 every Und A2sccritboicl- slsjutrlgbtforaaordl l Iharderf chitif you will iced 1 50 jcent bottle sad for tht coughs of coisumpdoi ithe due dollar slit 1187 most economical SMysssakre4ecdetOaTRa reasdiesbutCerryPeetee1 I iiamedIaseii gash Improve aad three bottlec restored aia 0 hsa1I I i ewsIifeoitS1LLx F5AXOotTMM ew1towfl + SSSf5 a Mr Benjamin askd for a hat c hat and with it he defaced the the Confederate teal About twelve oclpck the same night the Confederate pajrty continued their retreat in the direction of Washington Georgia and while crossing the Savannah River Inlu the darkness someone suggested at the seal be throwd overboard Thjs idea os at once ap proved and jwhau the boattJreached midstream it wits dropped with a dull splash into The saudy rierbedof that beau i sfuIwhere to thIay Pusloo all 1I1J iHl1 ti I PiVr PrgWeWIsjpllff to buy FOleys Xidney OnrewUle iiUltJsHaydon Soberteorf T Powell Hnaingy SCi writes Have Ik KA 1BUBOBUAverMedlclno18 year dees all that Isclalmed for it and b aa saved us manjt doctors bills J voBld Rot give package ojf Ib for a BOr ZeUenallke that I used weIncorrigible daJImmieready served two terms in the oftateJotealinganSquirehe same offense jlimmie rosh as been out for several months but last week felt the old temp tation return so he repairel to the barn of Mr Alec Railey and made away with oneot his best hoises Go was soonovertaken however and aftera brief Strug gle in which Jimmie Josh showed signs ofSg thewas overcome and the horse taken back to its stall Judge Noe havingbeardat alt thetes pridedj overag to answer to tbe grand jury It would seem Jimmie Josh isinbyt corrigible and his next trip toIwe Frankfort will be considerably prolongod Lebanon Enterprise The trarei7 41 Woa Was grahdly shown by Mrs John Dowling of jBntler Pa in three years sttuggle with a malignant stomach trouble that caused distressing attacks of nauseaand indigestion All temsedies failed to relieve her until shetriff Electric Bitters After taking it two months she wrote I am now wholly cured aud can m eat anything It is truly a grand t ic for the wnole system as I gained in weight and fell much since using it It aids digestion cures dyspepsia im proves appetite gives new life Only 50c Guaranteed Haydon obertson drug Store hRA rimarkable story was told f litherural hunters the truthfulness of which I will not vouch for My informant declared that it was a personaL experience and that he has not exaggpratedit j I washout huntingjast week I wentout after squirrels and ttha only dog I had was a mastiff sh bat he hunted squirrels with a IpHiltBC that was plljghilly we ai quirrelram iiflto a follow loj r It wa closed iat one end while I went to 21 house nearby and secured an ax laSi where I supposed the squirrel to l Inlooce when the isqultrel bouided or OMtinto the moatb a1Tbecand the squirrel could not have escaped The dog gave one gulp and the squirrtll dtsap bl- eared He then trjCfttedt around apparently fixp etjiticlng no dis a confiture laIor days npticad nothing wrong with his dis Bstion Spencer Courier Cor tttpobdent f on aIsware if Olatmcnts Ter Catarrh That C atnlB MsrcaryA S Meccurt WIlt surely dewttny the sons of smell and completely derange tbo whole system when entering it throng the mucous surfaceS Such articled pnteaathethe good you cai poailbly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufac tured brTF J Cb efC01loledo 0 QfttaiDailo It ternaUy Mtisg directly upon the blood add mucous Mrfacfe of the surfaces of the system In buying Haifa Catarrh Cure be sure you eec thogetmine ILlla as rtOhioais freeHold by Dtugglsts price 75c 1tr1Jottlel Halls Family t1U are the bo4aFreqneBt Fretracted CaMtipatio C1aeI Inflammation Of Ie Bowel R w dy sse JM Af 5hnm91 L1T Xt IJ fHILLSBORO lrroin Our Regular Correeondent W 5bchitei Judge B L Litsey Mi qJLeacbinan aid N P Kelly ateI Louisville this week attending the carnjva Miss Bertha Leachman his returned home after a pleasanttlit with friends at Danville l Lexington thisst + rE hrtMrBroosiljewa MissLizzie ifzgerSld is san clfar this jreelfwUh hersisftir J MX Eliza Fitzgerald at PW fwitGrovt r 4 l MnweDa vy LIt 11 r T = n adwi tt atd IWillThwnpspn and wife hajfirxetnrned from 0 LoiiT 1iojIor thev a attending thecatnlvitsMrs Emily Wilson and gr nd daughter Mrs Mary Thompson re in your town last Wednes shopping Mr Charlie 4bder and family Lltsey visited Mr Joseph seph Clark and wife Saturday it d Sunday Miss Rena Shewmaker who has been very sick is able to oaout again Harry Reed spent Saturday night with gugh Leachman QfRevpreachedtoa large audience at Ne sirwIilberty 90Miss11turnj vis eaityuJampbellsvlile eacher wears a bright sniUeJ ain Will Leachman accompanied Ion Miss Minerva Raybonrne i tI atj the High Bridge last week If madame rumor is right we j are to have a wedding soon t In Mfernorlam i H4ttMrs Maneryia Litter ale Hall was born June 15th 1876 and died at her home Lit 867 Ky September 12th 1900 In eary life she submitted per ll to the claims of the gospel and united with the Bapjtist church She leaves a husbandI A an byonthstrue wife a loving and devoftedI mother andan obliging neighbor t mournforpu terewreath of life has been taken ndI I the brightest link from homes sweet chair broken Oh tiow our sympathy went out to those bleeding hearts in the hour of such great grief and we bpow w hard it is to SlYUTny wit done thfeos cares Could we have Seen through those high pearly gates l the welcome given her and heardI the glad hallelujahs the angels tIthatsis edtl + brow we would not wish her back Then let us bear in mind IiDgDaVldt pleusA FRIEND hi dLndforSiiIe t4Withinfrom Lebanou Ky we have for sale about a thousand acres of as folio wsrr 500 acres ip quo tract contain improvements wiih about 5Q is 60 acres Qf creek bottom land ttor d about 75 to 100 acrosof good bacco land on it in p1bottome for tobacco- 120 acres lair improvements by good orchard and good tobacco nd 4 sp This land is suitable for ornt1 wheat or Any farm product and can be bought at lowlfigurefe and easy terms This is a fine opportunity for anyone with on small capital to buy a good farm toororpI H THURMAN 11IrIoJe NORTHCRAFT Lebanon Ky n Tobacco Market l There was practically nop change Jn the market this week compared with lastt xCAptb are very light and fo fofvery unsatisfactory Saarket allI round Offerings were very he common only a very few good hogsheads appearing on nhictb SS N tecHEwldeawkeb3aixseman theNw- Latnsa trosgs reach tbeasrs aidtbb- buyer t aITADYLITIXG RDIUM 4 onlYb1f 9jnaitYa stocked up to the limit oh lS sort tor the trust ins about the only buy erthat wanted any i thing and took tplfcacco at it own price Low grade that se eiicdbetter sellers last wee t than anything offered were even neglecteoV in the bidding sud the nsug ISicespr em than last week 3hfro ly slighti encuT gemen seen inl tHe mafIrtfor Burley grades ii I ghJthelpU1Brire the only outside parties thatvinced a1JTiStiferesi In the marker taking a fair Quantity tbr tedtipS fairly remunerative prices to 1ers The crop is iow in the barn Conflicting reports come from all quarters at present as to both the Burley and Dark crops House burn field fire and worms are reported in ibundatactbut is reasonably certain the Bur lev crop will qe a pretty free one from damage of good color d textureLouisville Weed Prlvat Sale Having accented the position manager of the BlueGrass Grocery at CampelIsyI1le I de4 e to sell priyately my farm of acres at a bargain in Wash gton county ffy two miles st oCT Jsil near the JPerry le turnpike known as the awson Cartslnger pla e Reas ably well improved welli watereaand Veil fenced Any e desiring to purchase same tCampbe11svillel Desire also thse1lznpropertIf in welling storehouse and barD also one extra pair of stock scales S M CAMPBELL Hardies Greek Fromoar RegtIar Corespeodeat Stock waterlis getting scarce nice rain would be welcomed the farmer Some of tlie farmers have begun making sorghum molasses Quito number from here att nded services at Mill Creek last SDndayI v gMissturned from aisIt to Bloomfield In a letter to bis mother a this placeS E McI tire who left home last Christmas states athe is now in the wild and woolly west He isi at present located at Swan Lake Idaho From there tie expects to 50 tp Galitornia wheraht will spend e winter f BOrutQttim wife of Eoy Barks ason GlR BurkS has about corn eted his beautiful rosid nci J ni 511evrvi wU Lmea- s trOgnin i ajoItmqit Iffl Crk nxt Sunday Th Indianl Doctor A verj interesting character frequent f i9t with in the Andes theGal agu ra or Indlas doc as Jit 14 familiarly known You find jhiralevsrywliererast- g i btttchtt of tht ity tram io over emuPOftitiraIls suoDiBKbl self station wall of driokiai a cabia ebica in the market place Ino ectingicatt in tht oora ol the e hack nda and curlie the sic k persons fn tetr mud huttt t Yo i find biim in t ie railway cars and and amo ig t it deck patttaf 5 the coast i teamerSr whera bo 1 3 7pay h14wa Iy1pcactlcn h- rofessiQa is Stfth no wardroht bit the cot e uppfl hk back nd aTjr ght ioldred pqqcfeo he travels It aref lottd froM the Isth its of Paiama tq Hageiloa Wjidriedp r PfCJc JW 11i pock fan rM eIarboes wi tcbt i sad otbtr artket r pVaa1 dol1lki 5 rks aa 1 sp JOBS sciMbrs smaJl n oqi bt and brasbs9aa d other B all aaercth M4iMk Pietells for oasft or trade for tggs and poultry choooUte wVi I hanged atHhe next town for todre portable pro eryN4io- nalltt lGegrp i Magazine tarei CurloIfySpoisesslfUsoto forrreryfnow yiUei an old lodian spear hich W aS obtained under rather stir ring c rcums aacps by his great grand tbe who was the tenth man that eyer set foot on the soil of Ktetackfi Tbe4pr IS large tlaoasy and verydaiiger- US one although tbestafti is n owbrokensdtheacoerciIith bpadlreof place measures about AIV jiacli andOrie half Tot Itaff which I BJtibworin eaten and nappd in twaiII Toe spear was obtained by thtr Doctors great jrrandfathcrjfWn Coomea at the old fort at Ear rpdsbor ipf tie early days of Kentucky Thtvinhaliitaata hatt tialewereinoonltauIdaazir- rdm5f the attacks of the fiaiaaoIi8ud built the fort for thtir pro tectiont Trio Jlholt settte eat used to retire within its walls JOB the approach of dkuger lxi billd ingi the fort they very cartltstty negiletttd Whavt water inside of iit and soaetIes iMffertd great lly in consCquMot IB the IMI attack that iras dia4t oc the fort the settlers were greatly ia meed of water sad the Imdiaat wbo were ore honorable thwi tbe 5u t aUowhecad bring in thewatdr J itt jeoift inad would they allow to Ht O Ujie outside One day one of ithii ofhe5t lpting1 was Ibo tlirty yards off foMbjr sbmt water ud WD jSjwkKJ l Watc8di iIIitrtJcdatPf1 was stdrting for the Jort when a beiidlumpc pf4 could not resist the teMpttkw wJv uttering aye1 ran filter her The woaoam dropped ttrbucket And fled in tcfror towaid thefprj She hail arrived frithin a few est of the gate which tM old Jrian Held opt tp recttjwri wh ntlie Indian who was H couple of yards off seeing 1llprey was about to escape raWi hw sjitarTiSa Hurried it atbt r justj Mbe was goingiritath ate Itsltiik bet squarely be tweeathe tcesrhroughon the other sUt The Swo Ma felt across the gateway apd Goonaes tojiaytbtrtctJp jttltoecl the spear aad dragjetolr JHr- bodf inside the Rate which he ott11oiecsixuiiy pat M ISfand oa wg WRvI1tjJWasQaWhbj itit t bSiiISSs1- ti tto tDctrws N UI tIJHrww iIS1d0T-w KYa- 1gaatre ii l11n t ot r t rlwn t obeMe eaus sea id and pPefi qafckly exaidfobim erSilve the most bealin iLbkwIi3d Wayoc IIi Rcbeae- 4uzsTxoN t ANSWJRrb- Yes Aitat FlowI til1 baa the JVJtN nbc OfcY idthi tta b CyIliaedord J tQamothera a grdoe bayer ihoof ht el t4IIft 4aii ythin eisa uAnpqkthey atldott heard or Ajipebdkiticj Nirvoiss Prostration lo Heat AugustPlowerjviem a1M k1tgestd ln0 8 1oool of the liver Miuhe aIV yoas aid ortufa actlonrofciiM systes cl tba a4tbeysis5 Wbed fdeling nlI and t LaucIiesand oilier ht a r I lIa in If to kt9 t itw I- utyeForb It The iahapy uar 4- 1w1 w4asLl erlsl qtive is utisershi DrIA lUims5 Wm UcIi Uith lii i r 7W I 7 FI tJ iS EAnBt i KIIIIIl ntIBUu I 1Q 4AlHADVANCE DIJirILD 1 t 1 L DAVIJ0N Jr111H i Jrij sir Ir oI4ss iI etw tor sstfeisirMoii ai S eeats for k 1 th ant uWeIIHMer I r t 4Jobwark H MM A3w Mtoe bet eos k I Jtef eifel AJysrttrtay erMs a4 i Hberal i bkrIas s4 ripeci- IeMt6pCXe I LXOUIU1- cwIw J 1 Dt MM THURSDAY IBPTKlCJilB l7HtWf TMK Chinese war scare seems bout to be safctlQd without far itijur ttwibl The withdrawal of 1iG troop iroiB Chin JMC to ortJend Majj Gen 9Ita TIM been directed tq r sIIId11Wa force to Manila exoi j pt a kffatio fVftrd which willI U tef for MimsUc Congers pcoteotio This force will o- tpartkiit Iay military eteaa i CMfeatioa wild will me be sub jeot to the ordert of Field Mar i bIl Von Walderaee Great Britain hag also rejected the GermM proposal to require THiwabaent of the ringleaders befort entering into nsgotiations- fhTUB otee against Jim Howard for the murder of W111iam- 1Goebel was given to the jury Ta4y ereming and up to last iight a verdict had not bben retched It looks very roach like the jut itUl be duwjwed without reaching an egreemetdi sad another trial will have to be pgonethrough with 7Jpreee a aoegage has been rer ctjived sayifeg that Howard was tvt1b8 death penalty a r TjiE Jiepubllcans Populists theii JnrsU district t have nominated Ben Kays fur Congress toop Lp3QMiys is a Populistt but will rthit a aReucan Gj8rvjQHNrif PALMER who Vjis the Gold itempcratic nomi e for Presiifent in 1896 died ot heart failure at hishpmein SpringOeJd III Tuesday worn irifc He was eighty thret years old DR VcCuLLouGH coroner of Jefferson county shot and killed a young man by the name of fteorgepwens as the result of a ihlity 9wlhe killing was anj ffy crime ety iii Iod Oeaa bloodni a cteaseaKia N I ltkC1Mirrig arr awI454 tg Jitexie et bvLy for tieta ZiLSkMWts o iwiu pLrIs1r4 rCINII w orlItKraMlifloH P rlM i oa MY reiratd afier a TWt 0trskysi Iiaaapol1a Mr Rod Neal was iJa Da vUl C IMiiiI Sa r Miss katie titsey left Wed Maday for a trip to Mammoth IHmghI withi typioid fever is imprnying Mrs fl L Littey and Mrs Joba Brc wi were ia Louisville tbe last of the week IJer 1ft T Orerstreetis via i ttMg Kis tWriatHanodsbvrg fee will go to Lomisville before 4pMarniag Mr TJ Treothaa purchased 1IIpridt 7000- Mr Co HIit PIrcbMlc1 rfebt farm ofJ1I Tow Nichols pitek 1M IMM reawd to Mr JWitt Tboapepft lor the itxt 1ul Dvacaa baa mted Ute- oCDtlicm Sxae atBeeoklaid l JB IyLltM G 111 hefcatt Harry Read DavieI Iittaej sad others attiMitd the ia1 gsips M bow III Nd o1d1s t4 we Aiies p tr Q a tDrx t aIMIl J AS etabfePrep ratioafbrAs similating pse3oCherfuiIIeSS and Restcoataifts neIHr 0IbtJforsihiM norMoeraL NOT NARCOTIC u AIfJIjJf 1lu tW EE forCoeatlpa1tonSoueSlowachDirkoCa x1MCftQssxlsFcver1sh- 51t5 aOLOSOY SLUw- acsias 5r of r w YoRK MArLB HILL j From Oar Regular Correspondent Mr Miner Parish was at t Springfi1dWedneday Mr ButlerBonta of Fairfleld I nis here Saturday Mr John Crouch has returned bis ho1 e la California I Wheat sowing and sorghum making is the order of the day hoMrSuwindiywttbMrs Mr Rodman Williams spent Taesday night with Mr Ed Mit diS d Mr Ben Crow bought olMr f MinprPansh a brown horse lor t Miss Cordelia Woford spentt Saturday night with Miss May G flitf l mother spent Saturday indSul day atPairfield- v Mr Hanson Poll and family save returned to their home at thwrenceburgMiss Birdie Rowland has re pairnedto beLouiiwille 1hMr Taylor Bfsbbpi and wife 1 visit to BlandiDsville Ill J Quite a number of our people took advantage of theexcursion rates to Mammoth Caye on the t 26th VL Mr Helm Cokendolpher and wife after a pleasant visit of a t week at Chaplin have returned to their home at Mattoon Ill Nr Redman Grigsby who js iu Louisville vow where he has undergoup a surgical operation fortumor is doing nicely Mrs Sallie Marshal ba gone to Nelson county to visit friends nd relatives Next Monday shett lleaves for her homeat Blandins vllleIlU An ice cream supper will be Kiven at Mt Zion school house I ou Saturday nightj September 9th A good attendance is ex t p tiectedMesdame Wnt Grigsby and Lena ChdseerspentMoaday even tug withers MatUe Moore Rear l the Tunnel Mill She is very sick at this writing j Little Roy Sutherland fwal lowed a tfrt whistle Mondayeven iag which caused his parents Mr and Mrs D B Sutherland considerable anxiety Messrs Rodman H Williams and Robert Wood left Thursday to natnculate in the Medical University This is the second year for Dr Williams while Dr Wood finishes this term Several of the young folkLspent a pleasant evening at e home of Mr and Mrs T P Moore on Monday The social lwas given fn honor of tbdir sot popularly known as Little Ton II Mr W PrGrJgsby will de liver aa address before the Teach Irs Association at Tatnam Springs on Saturday September 20th SUbJ8ctiISbouI4 pur Carricnlnin Be Shortened TJjs I the grst aeelfng of the usao ciatKHi and a good attendanceis expected la July Mr John Grigsby of Litoey turne his drove of hogs l h gradelde well watered and contained suf inVY 1 ASTORIA Per Infaiji aDc The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of 11 USO For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA we iMIIt Mm WTMI eny good growing condition until feeding time Consequently Mr Grigsby paid but little attention to his hogs Tintil a few weeks ago when he went to pen his b sror fattening and found I I1i that thirty oftthem averaging about 150 pounds were gone Diligent search aid inquiry In the neighborhood tailed to reveal a single trace of the missinif gs They had been market eides li t to prevent their rootiftg Last week fifteen of his hogs returned The marks bad all been changed So meotthe hogs had their ears cut in such a ways to disguise the original mark altogether That they had been stolen from field there is no tioubt As to how half of them ha ppe ed to return theories dif fer One theory is that the hogs broke their enclosure and re turned home Anotber iis that the ones whO bad the bpgs cOn ied were about to be discovered and turned them out A strange rt of the case is that the bogs ar different marks and were evidentlvcaned for by separate itjes Last year My J3 rigsby lost 22 bogs in the name way believes that he has located the parties who got his hogs last year although he has not made ihejr bames known i schoolZl distribtN owas destroyed by tire Sunday night The origin ib1motiVeschool was being taught by Mri W FGrigsby and bad been in Ressiqin for srx week The besI of feeling prevailed in the dis trictT1e house was a frame structure well furnished with ott1ecbUdrsHl Friday an J h y were destroyed together with the charts belong Ing to the teacher An examina on of the ruins confirms the belief that the boi e was set on fire When school l was d ismissed on Friday the reading chart wus left ib the northwest corner of the huUad After iiei tins tue fame which suppoitpd the chart vu found l nt6earupndDtt r tnb place wh reitXasl ft while the ashes wouie the chart bad been purued withi ihu iurge let ters still ttnowl jg were llouud iu the northeast curuier of toe huu e la ttifs corner were s mc old poplar desks uu i it iiiupi std kiucI1tjtbel lwHsnPtal1 lett and Chussr wno also live i near did not discover the tire iDlTbliiJt ingltqMrJJatnJ a short distance up ihelroaii from where the school house s oodIItr has Peen tecured This hbUbB wilt be furnished an f the bChot 1 will resume work oh next Nun dayT f vMr Warren Jones and Miss ea via Jdpore s t q o8ud y Sichoolat New Hope pq las Sum day eve Instead of going there they went tq Bardslown Onj M udaythev leiton tliecmorqing train for ifeffersouville wher they werimarrccL Thq brides bej4 curse of her youthfalnes rti4 young people wefc not wlflk to postpone the wedding and hence the elppement toVk plac The gro in1tber son the latJJHam Jores and jwctyerso- ld lhe bride is aBister ofMr AttbtirMoreand is just thirteen years old They were accom pamied by MesrsA1beWash- btirnJames L Mooreand Jessie BWahiir i A good many qqnsumptteea would Uo red a tte worst cases comfort pd and relieved by nsbg Foley s Hpney and Tar Suggest it to those afflicted ifaydinvVILLISfeURG From oar Regular orespondcnt TjbreJbng spell of hot weather has at last broken up and all seem JO appreciate the cooler br ati of autumn k J Miller made a business trip to Louisville last week Mrs Richard Scruggs is sick with typhoid fever John CroveiKf who has beer vUitlar rtlrttra here basvre turned t6 lusffiwoeln Madison California J Mrs Joe Keeling wh6 has i jieen dangerously sick withever f is ttiougbt to be some better R A Breckinridge of Lake T CLty Ill is visiting relatives formerlyUVed gave bib a rdiagreetlng JT Carneysold a bunch ofI h ogatfivecentsMiss a issickmprOviulaMiss Ida Cheatbam who has theense tuvOralhome in Louisville She was ac companied by hot sister Mrs B abour Crouch who will sp ihd several days in thecltvIElders Couch and Allen bean a series pf meetings at the T Christian church here on the night of the 25th The tobacco crop Iis housed is and people are discussing the probable price of tHe weed Mr John McIIyoy arid family spent Sunday with friend at Maple HmiMr and Mrs A It Wells were visiting atPolifl Sucday eveningb Hrs William Reynolds died dt her home pear Rock Bridge lahnrchshort illnessl SIlO laaves a bus band and children I had a Tanning uoroi oil my leg for s veralyearsJl writes Mrs Jas Forest a o chippewa Fallst Wis and spent hundreds of dollars in trying to getitt healed Tw boxes of Banner Salvo entirely cured it Haydoh Robertson LETTER I4ST h t L t of letScfrs riMpiinirii ut called for intheSpriuirtiwKllCyi Postoffice for tlie weor tudiuga September 29 WOO f IMr Lizzie Berry t JOCronshftw r SEDi1 HumeDesliv r S Miss Violet Glen V- Dolph Gruudv Mrs Efcta Haggm r f J Miss fiose RafferJy1 Vf EOte Lee Pppe LT Yankey Ia When calling for these letters i please say i AdyertieeaV f W A WAFERS PvsM J Healthy Mothers iC Pew iMfhetI are hWti i we ific1iiudItytheIrfllIUu e wtIk 14ofud eM sart el yeW hItIriIi wicrillWlMelCarci Zspyeww her love anti Do yes reIHUt huMh wItha5 1k prPrWcei aidt HIe o a itnajttvcMthc fIUIIIIe erjwu and hvJj ortks weakened fmettatt For every J fenuk er weakneM H it the ket medkbte made bk ywr drageift fir ioekeltkwkit f CarM Mdtakc he mliitHrtj Wa y dmmflmm- Mrt IM CM Conatf ftU VIM I teJtj indC1ul 1VN hyb- wa ctthe weli ia4- bi a i1c wbri pry grtbIld abSiIiJrS w1 I4ov 1iw Si4b4 r s n a bods bijs I vadli Wi e his Itvda Firi Ii rie l L MiSpas Ca fYQu cun spoil conch cofiaiigh Jru knIT sough or knugh hut tim only Iiits rometl that nlukly cures it is One MIimtb Cough Cure llajflod itjiJP4ft 4 l t KK K KdcK KK K DMKENIEDYGiN Nor ca1Fbmia tk worM b tk tMia4rcSric an tUtnel Jt ct IL m M Tftaad perl J 1M ytreaiMsntotkeee rM payitloa N frro Debility HypbtllB Variooeelv Strlctur Gleet Secret Drains Irapotency tovxual and Mental VcaUnei 8 Kid ny awl UlatUsv JJU MM Tkelr guataata are Uctod by Bak Bmrfa MEN LIrE BLOODTayavsa cet drall tJsr tile urIaeiit tile ize8Ha yse feel tlte4 dfpot1dentatIGTe iO DPOlSONSiditilie Ute eeoarreef uk1a4 It may eat be a crime teisne tt f9r It 1U7 tlelakeritM bat IUsa mme to ailow It to tsaI the teL1k father UkeM Bevraraof MercontaadPotaaijtrceAment DM L 5 K poIUrely cue tkWC3tOCOOP7 VAitcocEiE itSrRICEU The K w MctlK 4 Tieataieat cares these diseases safely and sorely Wo palal1o cCefh2EBO lIeteation Ire bulncsll DoitrleicoperntIon and rain yonr sexialorgiws TkwsMfMnUsMsUaktorWdaadcaaMrcrretsrm Dri K gcvL n Kidneys J It Bladder I earachabae1iteitstkeUl Deatlet Doctors Doeteilectyeerkldalt k1 aid experlattitsc oDn K K4taaCarC7Olf71l ao They parlatte to Curs rN Pay CUBES GXJAHANTEKb NO CURB itcft PAT CesiSSr okO eel1thlaealed WjtcforQSSeI4SCM Tr atas mt4 KrvrjtiUsHC Gaf1tlaL f ft 828 ALNUT TREET 101 UATIOHIO =DRSgACKVILLE K rV K 1IIIi FfoBi Our tu rC poBlI1t Erastus Trent bought a horse rpmv Jbbn Harbison for 105 Bob Elliott sold two mules to C Coleman of HarrQd burg fo r130Wilt brought a yearling steer of Albert Powell for 18rj Mrs Ada Arnold and Mrs ite Powell are attending the Cirniyal at LouisvIlltMisse3 Lola and Mattie Wi1 latt of Louisville after spend g a few days with thelr cousins e Misses Humphrey have te rned home j J T Watts bought a norse from iScoUCampbell r55 Vf P Hatchett pughta horse from John Sharpe i60JJoe Bottoms Gjold a iprsejto j Watts for 55 and bought one of Will Hatchettj forifSO William A dft MtComb Ill in our vicinity visiting friends and relatives Rev B L Purdom assisted by Rev William Stallings of your town is conducting a meeting this week attne Baptist church i irWalter yaqflee t of iHarroJs utg and Irvin Mavis of thi place wore Inaianapulis Ind st week j Sam Uatnpbel sold tolIata bett Hood a bun h of 80b pound heifers at3i cenis an 1 also a calf to ji H Maye for 18 J H llood SDljd three heifer to Sain Campbellat 3j cents James Cochraij sold to Hat chett Hood ai bunch of 850 pound steers ai d heifers at3 35 perhundrdd i Sam Campbell bought a coy fLee Cochranior 26Land so4 mule to LeflValc oAlicfcton or31 50iIiJaures Cochran sold two mules to Lee Wade ol AJicetoii for iO JD Sweeney sold a mule to GM ayes for750d You ssulnQ no iisHj when jou iiujr Chuinborlaiufl Colic holorsuand Dlnr rlcsa Koincily llavtljnn fr Robertson drtigfjints wilt roTuna your rnpnpy if nithra Ihot Mtlstlod iftor using It it oyerwheru ndifltttettoDethe moit 5Ieitu1trenttt3y5I ue1or 1iwo1ini- rpllntiinad the only one that a4Lij It i pleaaantnafvand Iiblia t tNotjc ofiSaIp Byvvirtuerof afrautfromt B9fl Cba E SappT S iCOl lc4cir of Internall Bayeaub Lou yl erby terfoi- terealreMae oIBud- 1vipwnia lWillisirr Wa h tQ ii bounty K containing Oicremoe or 3e9t and ad rtli 4dtb he land 9f rrtE Wilson hnMdlvJjprnr on ffee Uflt satisfy ixes due the Gyernrnjent for tiiasifm pffllBK w ith 5 per ctout and opt SalIito tif8 pac4 1 99 1190 tiabout1pm 1iJ TRCSPED f t t tX Collector XM the iOtkday of September 19Qit r 41 J7 raa Ja 4eSM tt tIse oM ef bwa M WI bIo is axiiii W ia1is 0 rJjecU- OMQMIIotIIN Sins pqS 15id s Ii- iaqi1sondiIolII 6S1IitI tiiei 14J9 JIfJllteU el bT ttHIIII- oaaTo eSU Ibiges tagAOCX15 itleiO ismai pause a icO al I IIJIMiIJlltor iae iMIi fsd 2vUuxT r t AHoi TH Flo dsitsaS t P1a Pall ete eaae eooi- OQcISTSe n Icten VHkenOrJrIpeI5eSCWCi l CURE CONSTIPATION Ikra wHr CoiM7 tIttt IHtII Eiir Jctk rr aJ iot OtoBcealer U ro7l bwtber oi Gettrga lIIthoA iI4ing team la kingly broth ufs wrath in Paris TTU regaling aid- bkf party of aristocrats at the expesae et the kteg of England wKh a trMcb teapartrnlsCI11t rebels anti he s 1pedagainst his brother The table tonga ed at the tale which Was the first the t1ont11tpI the new world coltfnlats Among thrcompany was a silent solemij soldier who bad listened intently to bo reCluse until the dinner ms flnlsb e4i Then he strode across the room the duke flI willS Join the Americana I win help them fight for freedom Tell me how to set about Itt hc cried lila Mi low listless fare now aglow with a flre inane of his Idle comrades bad ever seen there before It wiia Lafayette the ilfryearold marquis who was the despair 4thla family because tie eeecaed always In a drowse Coming from one of the no tilest houses of the empire be was tsar ned to ia llady of high degree and waa already aia rH8 wife liftd been hIs love but now freedom became the stronger passion and for mOre than 00 years be was to follow its cause This was the genesis of Lafayette Edward Page Ga ton In Womans Home COD tponlon s Pieui4eatVnUI ment of 1804 the president and the tlc6 pres1 idcnt were voted for oa the stale hal llot the man with the second highest number of votes becoming vke tprPBt bnvpr votPi t Dofore18Oi1t was tho general cut toth for the state legislatures to choos the electors and it ivan not until 1829 that presidential electors were chosen In nearly all the states by popular vote Aa late as 1870 the Colorado legislature chose thetbr presidential electors to represent that state There Is nothing In the constitution to prevent any estate legislature naming Its own electors without appeal to the people provided presCrIbedisFrom 800 to 1824 presidential audlI dates were chosen by the me tKraot congress In cducus In 1824 the elect oral college frilled to make a Choice from the candidates so submitted and the matter wont to the haunt of Epn sciitatlvcls Four years later Tennes sees legislature dominated Andrew Jackson without any reference to the QPpolentJohathe old way but that was the end of presidential nominations by cofigrcs I slonal caucua Ncw York Sun A UlsaBderstandlBB- My dear eaia a gentleman to his wife where did nil tbpse books on as tronomy on the library come from They are not puts A pleasant little surprise for yOu responded the lady You know you said this B orJIlBtOiat1V ought to study astronomy and so I w stO a bookshop and bought evutyihiag I could find on the subject It was tome minutes before fee spoke 1I1dearheo then said fltowly his voice husky with emotloa I jnevpr sAid we mast sfU astronomy iMtd that we HU8t study ecoaoxsyiPeart sons W5e117t MSecrctsWomen out keep secrets They oftern keep secret for time the fact that 8theydrains inflammation ulcer ation or female weakness But they cant keep the Ie net very bog becaMe the hollow eyes cheeks that have lost their freshness and 8fromconspire to publish the ito ry of suffering The usual motive for such dread of Indelicate secrecyC nePiercesashy organs are perfectly cured bylkeotire of Dr PJerc t Fatodte IrescrptioepSick women can f fraYosT1rcr10tIoiwrlt MriCit Anderson oRock budge 5113 Rodtbridge Co tile a iGod lend to weak sad sickly yesuMyrMierisr fontbecith subjecting thcr weakl1S111 the shock of as examination 1 was alt tof4pvrn in health CO ld Bat work bet a feqttitkoe without tesUug Wns very nervoes and 1ad gRmeaaddid for I traited Oivorable reply I took sIx cad denI can now work as well ci 1 could before Iwas taken sick I think Dr Pierces medicine the wonleLu best ia the wotld foen tick and serroiMi r j ucatO Tour Itotrvli Will CoitarcM Candy OntJiartlr cure constitution forjjvpr I0o5c 1IQCOfaidrlstptiuinec HEW FALL GOODS 00 = II v POPIUR AT rPRICES v 1 Latest Stylet BeSt Valti4 Just What the People Want Ii DRESS GOODS In Venetians French Flannclli t Cheviots Corerts c t WINTER UNDERWEAR For Men giideswRight prices 0 Men Boys and ChildrenrGrot j t MenV wool Suits 5 worth 750IBoys wool Suits 4 worth 6 Chlds wool SUits ZWQrthSChilds Vestee TSutts vSthMSffc vst Iw eomethlneentlrelynewanqnobbyf and prices Boys Overcoats all styl t t SHEES We have kedour Shoe perfectionifShoe are dbinjj the r examjourio debY Morris andzDrew Selby ft Co Wolf Bros and jPotkfc S oeCoThe above makes are guaranteed in every respecf1We are making unusual effort to qualityandoffering eci inducement to CASH ofChairsArtPottery i Cunningbain Duncaill tt Kentuckys Great Trots ft LEXINGTON OCTOBER 2 Tt ILt fCOOL JIN STAKES AND PURSES The Worlds Best Race eeting j tct1i The J6QOO Futurity Tuesday Oct 2a Ther5000 Transylvania Thursday Oct4 The 5000 2yr old Futurity WJ Oct3 The 30O0 Terinesee Tuesday Got 2 Tfie3vdodAValnnt Hall Cup Monday Qct 8 b The 3ooo Ashland Monday Oc8 4j Big Stakes DaiY All the Crack Horses ifcHy CcHMitrk J Webers Faktnous Band Half rates oh all Raitroad8 1P STQLI Prest H W WILSON S0cV Sheriffs Sale t FOR TAXEAflailierif of Washington coanty I will fan MONDAY OCT J22arlMOf the same being county conrt day offer blAderCorertror w Hiuoh thereof as WIll iitiaty htaxd aadeoeta ueea sheriff rpM thJ erflOB8 In whose zaeMId property ii IkteC Ifr tarea lor tbe fears aad aaoenUf let oppotdkoIr names PplTSVILtB DlaXRICT yJBaad costs OH land for the years isMan 19004 sis 00 BPMNaPIKLD DI8TBCJC KO 8 Robert Bac man to amount of taxes and costs on toWn Jot for years 189 i8tt9 and 1900 v 13315 XErLytBHOt rs Fannie Payme to amoUnt of taxes and coats on land for years lbqAcosts 1andH year iL1io X T AvnoldoAdinr41 A Kwaell to tinionnt 01 taxes aa4 coat land for years H896 W and 98 aabfect to a credit of tIO it COLORXD DISTRICT KQ Heary IoIl to amour t of taN and cost OH town lot for years i8Nl 1899 and 190Q iXli3 HJ a cAeyrtproperttsiITile soothing aril lieating tRdlpromptnd IIhidquick relief a das ttctalISI opium pothor harmful drug Iturn 1 Gt lvela8conftdoU th f hatZastian adult For sale byitaVdon tt Hbbertseu ruggIsIabo most daltv auil oflectiyo pillsI inaae arDoSVRti Little Early Risers Tli fare udoquacd Iora1lIcr Mijt b i1Uobed CIawlt For Ps Tow seed a caaage saW tWi Ur think JOB 5110514 take a tripi te ItoU rope 4 Well doctor aaMth maw fea largean expesaIveIZMSY ea 14 taReaHyr r Trea YH want fe tbsa iddPk Jila Freaa jaII AIeU The MStrSSSrPSI jrmmit Kay utillgttaaotkergirl Bridgetflat was iBf h anyway f waat fcec t1iMW MN or a wocuui Je a Maif iJTa 1IIIjIt 1 8ant iJ t Get m1hi iLtthere is safety ih phinip na ifK- fjf Summer has tried jppjur1 t foodworks winter it cmng to try your breathmill Bttf is the time to Inca yowMJf But weather is triclqri ioektout I Look out for cokk aspic I allrScotts fcEmukioa ii Ccc Liver Oil is the s bdttt jrfK f helps It is food the mmt v food in wor1c1itM uf than food itbelps you diftit your food andjpet mort ori intfromit l1i Dont get thin there Mf a safetyIn plumpness Maui + woman and child XcnMtri4Mss1r hseapls lr COTT n J rt II W to lIs c a Class bleed sans Aeis vjtlI irrihgPtltilIugJSY = 11 VasarethbiantT for to eMiL a4a seb1actioeinasatiad 5see Ta WMS Oamij dtlksrlle srs MiJifW rice o 1 Ic Lr THENEWLEADeRLt i I Jp DEN JL DENTIST BORTOH Ii TEETH EXTRACTED I WITHOUT p PAIN lt OmoeMegan 8ockapta1ii- i SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly fi Fintclait CySSSLL pkSCIANAND SUH KON i OFFICE HOOTS O1o1AYasd7te8rYCE L r HUBER H H0RD DENTISTs QP7 Cleltatatllr II IIkPormaaeally4 eared gPUDfQFIELD KT OR d H LAMPTON OFFICE tInOpen UcHtoe DRSJSIOCiJ PKIJGrIELDII 11 OB MFICEDr Rineh rfs for Imer ocoyer Peoples Deposit Bin k Offiot kours 12 to 2 pm 7 DR RO CBAYCROFt f t DENTISTf ByIJa BatM lssp1t mIELU EY W DSLAYBROOKE k Jitfornerat JaW SpHl1 atteatA gtren MUte eel ieotieiief notes iuti MSSSML- e iJV v 9WItaWO litOhord SPKINGPIlCIiP KY aW B R1NEHART lATTORNEY ATLAWt Oelce oTer People Bask SPRINGFIELD KY 4 z ansfcrWr JY Wagon tUN Y S E CL MENTS v io3dqUm1l ailCot J1S Under toking tad FUDlt1lI1i Store I desire to notify the pahUo that I am prepare th de ailJdBdl of hauling special attetioBgi ea to deUveriq banks and Nsovie6 iMMiwio poTolephoa Na IT or lleave orders a CLXMENTS2tYtt Kealackyi Nurseries Of Deatsville have been trans fefred near Louisville on Bards t r town pike where their increasiaff bttsimeee can be carried Oil with uehtfbn we Tacilitiea rasa AUgCoanaaicwOlLIhouldbe r dressed fo J Booxth G1iDIwER Mgr kY x1ItITCi Loisll Xr 4 SbIJ Bnl1 t 11Vie jjiave as fine an assortment of trees ornamental and fruitt shrubs for delivery I this full as can beI j Prices reasonable we replace for two years all that die We solicit t your orders W O ELLIS Agt 3yt WILL Si HALL Prop Piks County Mo all CMtI Sala At PerijpiUe ry on Sate daftHp6WHr Mkkere willI be a big cattle sale coaducted bj LO Bottom 4 Co About ISO head 0fee sL stockers coverg catvee etc will be offered Also f aoflM mules aaJ aorsee two iuJj J 111will11 s 1 rein will be served to those wko ahead t Capt T D Eaglisb will be tk auctioaeer ItY DeW Ks Little Erly Riser prowpt palkUble pIe ursnt powerful purifying lithe pilI Hiiydbn A Robor tson i1C EE F1r eEF ErtEEEE EI EEEEEE EE Ef EE E E EEtFE WABOUT TOWN t t tt St tfl ttMt tttFor school books and supplies go to Wood Wimsatts Good clean seed wheat tot sale SC McGiLL Superior wheatdrilis are the best For salebv Thompson Lake School books tablets box paper and toilet articles at Wood k Winsatts Seed iye and the best seed t wheat for sale by Thompson L Lake We sell and recommend Reeds Fertilisers for fine wheat G D ROBERTSON SON Got Woodk Wimsatts for chool books slates lunch has book straps satchels etc Last Saturday the Blue Grass Qrcwcry was slUigl5 potnds of gratWated sugar for a dollar FOR SAMS CHEAP Gae gal vaaiaed coal oil tusk Capacity 110 pUouaw JoHk O SHADES WooaWimsattareheadqw Sera for school books All of the books seed in the public schools hand Best coal Oil at the Blue Grass Grocery only 9 cents per gallon Why go elsewhere and pay 15acents for the sane The house belonging to Die and now occupied by Mrs Yeager for rent Apply to at J M BpBTOKi Waltons Fertilizer for wheat b- It has been tried and found suitable for this soil Thompson tLake have it for sale m any of quantity flForty11bwckj wes and10 for buck Call at Circuit Clerksl office Spring deW ICy Terms easy Mr John RS Moore will have gimplements JdavMr George Tucker of the y Hill neighborhoodi sold in on county court nay to illiam ODaniel of MarIe nb county a pair of fine mules for 1240 DThe Blue Grass Gr ceryas tonished its customers last Saturday by selling Golden Rio coffee at 10 cents per pound Other places were selling the san e article at 15 cents fjMarriage licenses were issued t the county clerks office siacn our last issue to the following Mr Taylor Cooksey and Miss Birdie Moore Mr Elmer Elliott aDd Mrs Coidie E Graves MrsJ G Mamsfield will show the finest line of tl lnhatsethis season ever brought to this market purchased from the ty Most lashiosable milliaera of CivciHaati St Low Indiamap olio sad New York Friday October 5th is the date aet foX the entertainment to be given at the Opera House for rhea benefit of the Catholic ckttrck Reserved aeattf are stow on sale at Haydoa Robe tIonl drugstore Now on exhibition at Mans fields tailor made suits ladies f and children cloaks fall stock woolen skirts and waists the newest weaves of dress goods the near rainy day1 skirts cor sets gloves hosiery underwear c t I desire to announce to m friends and customers that I will open my millinery establish m nt on October latwhoa I hope to see all of my old petrous an friends I win this season mak a specialty of pattern hats and will receive new patterns every week Mss KATE WILLIAMS The Louisville Hore Show bbeH exceptionally svccee fl im sneering jadfec The r are ttot only epcperta bit gentleJ wen of national renown Arson g then are Gee B Hams of New York Chas E Mather of Philadelphia red Gen Nelson A Niles General Knwill jjudge the cavalry and saddle horses bHon Willard Mitchel spoke to a large crowd at the Court Househere on last Monday af feraoon on the political issues of the day Owing to a misunder standing about the datesv Mr Mitchell was late in arriving having driven over from Leba non fle is a Rood talkerl and he presented the Democratic side of the political argument with force and effect His speech was enthusiastically received I wish to sell my farm of 418 acres located three miles from Springfield near Mackyillepike Will spit all or halt at a reasW able price and on reasonable terms For further particulars nail on G 0 WHARTON C C CAMBRON Work has been begun ort the power house and pumping sta lion of the Springfield Water and Electric Lght Co The building 4s to be a substantial villt1eIocatQ datLW H McClfHan aaa the contract for the Wilding Louisville will hold a Horse- Show October 15 to 19 inclusive This will be Kentucky initial at an indoor Horse Show is fact it will bath frst big Horse Show to be held in the South Tae Association has 100 members the leading clti seas of Louisville and they have made plans to accommodate a Teat throng of visitors Major J L What on received telegram yesterday morning announcing tledeath of his brother Mr John Who n frho had been ill of locomoto ataxia ad infirmary in Louisville for several years The deceased was born aDd reared in Springfield I since a young man had been living in Louisville and at other places He was about 50 years age anc until tstricken with I illness had been an active hoof 9 eu man His remains will be here for burial and the will take place today Auctioneer W B Spears sold for County Commissioner W Simms Jr at the Court House door on last Monday the follow ing In the case of J G Poore James MoMillm 490 acres of land at 3750 peracre G Poore being they purchaser ntbe case of Mrsr Mary Jane McElroy against Mrs Sallie Giundy 371 acres were sold at 15 per acre John R BarMK purchased the property There was also a sale made to James Settles of 69 acres of land l Price 18 50 per acres The colored folks fair last week was one oi the most sue cessful meetings they association has ever given The cro dlforJJ the firsttwo Hays were not so stockbwas creditable On Saturday thowevertbeat t mensei The excursion train from Louisville which arrived at noon brought in several hundred colored folks and the fairgrounds that afternoon held one cofassembled there The i officers of the Washington coun Colored Fair Co are to bett congratulated on the eficieat way in which natters were eMtlt dieted Last Saturday Mrs JHLampton received a agecalling her to her old home in Grayson couatf oa acc of I the illaesa of her mother Mrs Mary Diawidaie Pile text dayI or only slew wars after Mrs Lamptona arrival at the bedside news was retained by DrI Lampton announcing Mrs Din widdies death The deceased was 71 years of age She wasc bOrnJin Calcutta India and when eigh Yersof age returhed with her parents to Scotland their native country After her mar theyycame to this country to live The children ot Dr and Mrs Lampton left Monday to attend rdThe sissy friends of Mrs Lamp ton extend to her their sympathy in her bereavement Court Day Sales rTbere was a good crowd in town OB Monday and the live priceys for cattle ruling hash Auction eer Sam Campbell reports the fo 9Wilil Cow and calf for 2150 six steers at 1650 each one lot ot sheep at 1190 p 1hd nine cattle atR4441 cattle atllSOO the cattle a 2146 eight cattle at 8261 one cow 2175 One plug horse E15 bay mare 4 9combine l mareE70 mare 8850 one horse 55 three mares at 60 30 andl 23 respectively Col R E Whayne reports t 9ER1BETTil Owing to our greatly increased toincreaseI NEVER BTtEB+ prepared to serve l our customers thatouat present IN DRESS GOODSWe are showing Venetians Camels Heir Poplins and Coverts in all of newest and most strikIng effects Our line of OUTINGS Is strictly upto Date V flrt i I1T TTNDEEWilAE WE LEAD Our Furnishing Goods stock is O K Youi lineofNENBndWe have the RIGHT THINGS clup COME notleastsuperior lines of SHOElS r FOR MEN WOMEN ftND CHILDREN Yours Truly I B GRUNDY tlADf CO tr I- tt R the following sales 16 shoats at 195 each three heifers weigh log 700 pounds at 1825 one heifer forfl7L25 tiaras heifers at f1730 one cow and calf 3575 cow and caif SO cow 17s one suckling calf f2t one young calf 15 one 2 year old tc heifer 1750 one aged cow 20 one horse 21 one buggy 1750 busy Times lveJyItlDiepast weekand offenders agains the peace and dignity ot the town of Springfield have been given a taste pf the law iFor the past week the following citizens have been arrested con victed and fined and in etfch case the Juno has either bet n PamIsworking it out on the street tIre is the list svph the offense frank Hall plain drunkJBobJ Ray breach of the PeaceaEdelen breach of peace Elery same Dave Snowden drunk Jim Moran breach of- tpeace Lawrence Trent breach of peace FranK Moran using insulting language Sam Baker breach of peace Will Hasty O breach of peade Joe Higdon drunk and disorderly John Cut singer drunk Dan Murphy drunk The above arrests were made during the colored folks fair and county court day and Marshal deputieswere Baler and Marshal Grace are to be ccomended for their efforts to obtain order and suppress Hrunk oeM in the town Notice Tobacco Grower I wish to liform the bipperi and growers of tobacco ot WasbII Bgtoo Nelson Marion and Boyle couBtieg that I hare isad an arraMfemeo t with the Buck ner Tobacco Warehouse Co of Louisville Klt to solicit con signments of tobacco to thowJJJ and will be pepaffed to make reasonable advances and furnish casks etc to parties who desi them to ship tobacco totbq Louis ville market and Twill make it a point to call and see as many t of the shippers and farmers as I possibly can between now DdIl the time of shipping and I would l like for all of my friends who J have tobacco list they wilt likely prize to remember m e when they get ready to ship My Post Office address for the present will be Pplin or Spring fed The house that 1 represent u is an Independent House and own their own warehou property and have been en Iin th WarehoMSf business tori 80 years and will assure all who may ship to them courteous treatment and prompt and beet pratrm for their tobacco 000DLETTtMetherseedoraet6 thlWrca Ukelt oW folksuse We refer to Oe Minute tunadJung To keep youngkeep welL Keep the Nerves calm the body ruddy and well fcdr and with Dr M A SimmonaLlver Me else regulate the Stomach and bowels st iP l3liie MaryeeBlmmsbae edIioLouisville Rev F E Lewis It attending COB ference this week I Rev G F Hambkto la visiting reUUveiiaVlrgimli Mr wmHftyiiof N0Iao CMity was oa oar tree i coanty conk day tpeRt Mrs JQ Maaisfleld sad Mice Sic Ctelland are attewllng milllaery openI IIJI8In LoutavIUe thk week i iYrs A H McChordf and daughter Miss Laura left yesterday for Chicago where MIss Laura will take Infrac tions in music from a celebrated usician of that city lctMrsJoeie j t rs Mrs Jaa R toe Mr and rs J O Shader Mrs RobtNoe nd others wont to the carnival yea terday Quite a party ot young folks joined excursion to Mammoth Cave from ti this place yesterday among whom t were Misses Katta Litaey and Lianas Spalding and Messrs George Wharton W Haganand0ba C e ver To make fine wheat crops use Reads Alkaline Bone U D RoBERTsoN Sox TtrHAMi SPRINGS From oar ReKujarporroapond t Tobacco cult rag is about over and farmers haVe begun seeding Ivan Carey Ruel Foster and atnumber of others attended the cir alii LotuvIHe lest wetfcr AbMr Fotter wh hU bet at BIottoII llishisamother this weeic uC C Foster and TwlT 8 titI itedr T Dudley Tapp Sunday aeawe Kat tije Burns achool hawit 4 Mn Farrey SJapepfi and Miss DoiMeBarfln of the Sparrow neighborhood eloped to Jeffer villeljait week aid wfi9 aurrltd Ge Foster of Inolsj whoa hue been visUlnljr de here for somB time wlHS rn to his wasters home this a Dr T H Lathers vafrourmidst last week A 0 Foster sold to 1fJ Robertson one mare Price tsO 1George Arnistrong sold life crop of tobacco to Isaac Arm Georgebaiaranted his fareb to Charlie Yates Rev Sims is holding a meet IngatAntiochitbisweek asep thoutth SundayhEd Foster gaited frlwnda atl CardwH Sunday eveminf Mr W Ljkeeliagj Shelby Terrell azidTi jTerrell willl leave for l cComb IlL Wednes day QniUft nmnbei of oar peoftle attended Gaiety court Monday lDiedLOnM day Stptember 24tb the wifeiof William Ryan The remains Interred at the Rockbndgja cemetery diRd Foster And George Army d i strong wilt leave Friday for Iowa They lleave a host of friends Good Business For Sale In order to settle up a partner doCoplaning millllan4 coal business will lie offered for sale The entire stock of dresaed and rough lumber all the ma chinery ofthtf rytbingpertai will be sold This iisa fine open ingfpr the right parties This is the only planiniMDiUaridlum roodmoneyproperly managed Possession- can be given at once For fur then particulars call on or address MARKS GREEN Co Springfield Ky trottedgfrol news of the stake offered by L V Hariness The Bilverlovlng cUp rIftanyNew MaggieAndersonJ The Merchant a Futurity winner Baron Belt touted as trainingin 209 Captor 2Ul the seoMtlonarSagwa and others will start and It will be race worth a handrail mfle trip to wits ne PopS lle or Trade Two No 1 Birdselt Clover Hullr havebeeti rt1Jl tWp BockCrusherBreanan fc Co s make good as new one 12 H P Huber trac tion engiae fiyfl irs old in perfect order r 1 i AB YJ Perryville Kr- Yeateetyragrettebtestt oat 1d Ire slit wp1 bethhest ev Leo IIII eW Yeafscky er asywhere etee The tit caiapaigiieM ef MM western mid sisters elreete meet there for the trst UJB j 1U ord break Sag an thrOKaf eonlMto May bf an Udpated with certainty The beet ocean overheard of areiailght and till Kentucky should turn out Half tare rates are In force througboHt tbe state and the association has provided a pSiBfcal treat In dally concerts fey Webers famous baad TaxpayersI to01itlednossettled by Monday Sflpt mber 24 that their property will b advertised andOId H B POWELL Sheriff WtC X7ANTEDSovenilTrBetW6Tttiy P l ROM la this state to manage locrl LHriaeBa In their own an4 wewby cew I ties It is a9S1nly oNce work eIt4at home Stimratriiffbtimeayesraiid expeneex 4eKaite bona ttmto fie mnBQ lace salary Heathly frsr Kefe Ness Iraclaee aeJfaddI8l bTischer IfHew Preat ne partseatM CbkMee 55 Irr w MwMi K reaper wJMffril la you hMtiUehito eaaeer TtHI yer R8t 1iatU Your bowel Je urs PKIIc CAJKAJUni heipntrecuteyowitdowagripeor or siesta coat yon just 10 touts rt gettIng yoprbeaUh back CAftCARKTS Candy Cathartic the genuine putup tin aisle oozes every facial lies d G p stamped on it Beware ofImitaUous y +wwww w ww i5crw 5 Grea- nP Heisnrc iftfThat I a nP Showing Onr t 1 ENORMOUS AND BB-BEltill1tRrJI jl 1 lZL S F OGK i 3 tOFL- adieDress 1i iIII i t ej l Ooo d French t PIann1m tBroadCloths Outings Fancy 3 Hosiery t Newest things for Waists ta Silks J FlannelsJ Cloths i i v Joi EVery shalctell Xi V It seeour FALJL v- I hPERCAtESiil t CALICOS AndqiNGHAMS t 3JButterwick Patterns can now b found tj at ourStore 1 McChord Botoson I r NO Y MA ES JOHN A SINNNI MAYEsl8IMM8 DMertakeFSf I FnMture Daller Camp a fidl line of fine Furniture Bedroom Suits fine Rocking Chairs Carpets and Picture Frame 1 Om iJnflertaking Department 1 lr t 1 detaiCoins E Robes always on hand Calls rf promptlybdain8t 8prinQfieldKY- rwe t Lead The PrOcOOssiou r J With Buggies Pheatons Sui rays anal Driving Wagons which you will find strictly firstC1aM warehoUseullofone may a selection to suit ones taste and pocketbook c l tJ We afeo handle the Old Hickory rf f1a ionone of the best in the world r McCOBMIC MACHlESi1 f Plows and alllki1ds of FarnilnglmplemeIt Orj f SEED AND rCASH3FiGMlK t ft t L jSEEDS rA t irTHOMPSON YI t c t 1 SPR111KiF1ELD KY wJJ AIiwrlMr s- a NetI All periMnwa alest ttfe pea4a ol Marjr A Powell deoeaaed are hereof notified to preeentthe race to M properly proria dusame will be aet edT Per ii lzidebted tothe eaitate ateaW notified to come forwarjd and settle SGlfAYjes Administrator J ittw t Mli IJtPeI fir =as sp wI hl lrai srM turwises ltlll4titl hnfct kt M pnld or MW rr err iMtMrtfarfttqrtfe ant iil i set w party fat Rita time hsa 1rtroftt tmiiit tulea the njury to ftWIIL YdN it Lave i turns fare balm IJso 11fltLDot aprjiu awelltnten rsalc by tissda a Rebert IllI Digi r r Tx TT ttZ 1 J Wadhiigtofl Lcffer FEa UrjMQdL COreE4CRt 1toi Sept iiqooiI Wai th3t lfl h1o- tJ8- I4ikprogris wsbettowziri j SspeMngo nPgotI4tiS bet xirind uina for tpb1efl th E aohwt4 atman 1zbt t PIneeQqia1S xI2sp0fl tibJe for thi attacks tipon foreign v rf bi J5ipishei before negati tAecpened IfLbat demand pt ik backed by tha powers it means wtfrt as Oliina cannot possibly eo PP J with it The natureof ttfi wiswer seat by this goyarn 2 f c ItAbknowi but it la kitiown that this government will ot participate via Wr on Chin It isthere cJoro oresamed that the answet was not lavorable The Chinesetl Minister to itbej IJmtod Statesjss- fip wprkea up over Germanss J denttkatiiTha drOpped hi i isuaJj filpipmitic jetieeace and prT1ogother tbiprh said 4VIa a indeed surprised teetio of the German oveTn ttMik jTfce circular imptosea im potslbli coaditioni aud is noth1til L ing a4iotifi i4ibL ihe propocd dismember rdin I b1bSit0 bd4 bc s 2Usehel toto rGhitiese goernment The ioteis evidently directed at tIS W9n4 PrIf Tipd44 IWaremembr tpuni- them as suggested would be to Jeys tb aprewitout goern menti ItiSjinerelya schemato tlelaypace negotiations aud ah atteaSpt on the part of Germany r to pli eb srnaUeud f t wdpflstimb m9t into ar c r lu adexi Mreali Ho btf madelfy in tbsstices is trdthabguftgefordipo j mat 1o thethi t Ij e dIqister 4dMtry regrd f jt s an xtragi4ybccasibniw The Census Bureau had up to i daycopnted 5OOOOOO inbabii Ct4td jcu3it Iso cover t j4a h1bDU lI J a itwtttbe cimp1ted tbout Octo as b r 20 Director Merriam der iihed tn rn anq an official forecastt Lfd bII o jiulon was tliawit would tbe r r tw76Qo A N w iTrk business manv jjrist re nfrteci from an extended Euripri1oar1inthe course of a fonvesatton in Wrshington tulked interestingly of the ak rQwth of Amirjcan trade in Eu1atope and incidentally dropoeda gejsibip pointer for those wno ert control onrTorefgn policy After nijiiog he4upenorily of Ameri Cao eleetrjcal goods of all kinds cohthe aM over Europe he said In many other lines Americas trade with Europe has been great as l ncreased during the past two IStars ind the possibilities ofI ye ttiffrAure are almost without Hesitation Our commercial inas fa 1erbci p bewod is thiu I bu q t ttr on a nic1oa policy can delay its consummation We not only wftntjto keep qutpf war but we waatto keel other nations of1a Iftoy do earJ OnI that will make M richvwhileitU1 iflspisfcfctdlhVr peoples5 Livec and Itt llTtyRhonld Jeou motto Ifkothwr labdg afe prosperons A wawflrospe1j eC1usethj limSe cai n expect s lipiTefyiiQiMg and 1sa buy nothing but we should ea 69 it that the balance of trade rex continues in our favor Seqator Httnnas sneech ha trrdg3all1peaes tue 4O1pouents of Mr McfiinleyV which is more than can be said ot its effect upon bis supportersrttk repubijc ns are riot c 3Deirse ftKjiu iinto print with their criticism but it is an open cret that thef think Mr HBn iaidi jVtake rayingi sLat lie did not believe that there fts Singld trnsr1inthe Ui ed plates The most conservative of them also Dregret that he Fp should have used such words as hypocrite in r1rjinLbLLfl3gIs = 4 SeitaHoar who was in Washington If yben tH ta na SPeCw asrpubhshad atindea state b ektr n wKeE Mid I dot it t tli LrtjyrpQct4 cj iZ he be 4 si recOllectic i i ierxor IL biflksIt r a- gnteies ke e to me I t t4j Bryaa jftf ittLVft ioguufie ort I putjosed myself to up mask anybody I would not thick it in good taste to apply this epithet to a candidate for ihePiesid ncy and tbeJJeader of a reat number of myfcpuntry meb hdthough I regaro them as mistakeu are still sincere au hudMr Hoars statement lost its yalue tUS a Bjryan campaign cumeut when he added Ij ould not think itm good taste to put the statement in tiie lan guage which ijs attributed to 4e but after SaIL the difference in sti Aubstliibedid say and what I have said elsewhere and proposed to say in the campaign will not seem to anybody of great importance Xtissald that several prominent republicans have requested these President to try to keep Senator Hanna from making any more speeches Mr Bryans siippor ejs say they ask nothing Better than that Mr Hanna should go on brdoingffnjill 8UI catarrh thoer ihrfulii bocleantlneei jia experience oveZ Elys CreamBaiin is a cleanser soother and healorof the dlsewsel mom hranei It is not drying nor irritating and does nut produce sneezing tPripeSO ntjUHtdriigglsta or it will be umijod by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New Yorlclfpon being placed into the nos lia It apfoads oyertkemembranoand M an a1eceb1c le ftydonRobrson I IthPoisonous oadstcolfrosclnbllngmusb Tfioms have caused frequent deaths this yoic fle euro to use only the genuine Obsorvplhosame care wb n youSsk for De WtttW1tcb hazel Salvo Trearepoisonbu3ROunierfeItfl Do Witts Is the only original Witch Ifazel Salve It Is a saf0 and c rtainicuro for pilea andali luMiHoeses aydpIL ARbortson c1II A Sermon t A preacher atFort Scott Kan rcdA briet but truthful fd neraltiTLofl the Other day HereRSST A w6rd to you all Post mortem paatses are in the ai r PPoI4sstheideadwhc neve stop Vkiss1 Weiis livmg Thqyfhqver overman opencasket jbv8terical scbst butr fail to throfr theiir arms hound their loyed fa4ttJcheerio the struggling sjul is rth more than all the roses olof Christendom piling bigt over caskat vers i cuiMsri t Ictto the canso of tbelr health If they would start to treat their kiuneyp with Fjaloys Kidney Cure the weari noeso body and mind backache hcadacho and rheumatic pains would disappear B 7don Boberteon- sTheomerpeiicy begs ient by a cljurch- ociety to Kansas soldiers in the Phllfp pinoa contained among the necessities u box ojflJoWitts Witch TJazjl iSalve the well known euro for piles Injuries and 1rnanaLnlieeI jSilreIUnomnj thfctJltbe con ted etts worthless Haydon it Rob son Oklahoma Peanuts S P AtheYton ol Lincoln iirijy Okla tells t 6 Kansas City Pdckgr that hjs siiction will soon be second only to Virginia a peanut producer Ho esti atMsl the Oklahoma crop this mar60 Ihelspersteamplow ippcaas the soil and a fork collects the vinesl land fruit which pass tub a thresher MV Atherlon firm owns Jhfe onlvt thshr west ol Allekhenies then through a 14 ot cylibJor 3 feet in diameter alle a pollster then ia fanning jaill takes Out the Jljjtht tintS Aficrrnnning over a qanvass to Jaliepujt buick kerneldany purit s the nuts JjtaU Into Jc1sready r for hipmntl The tteished ipeSf are said toniake v cerebt haysurpassijig clover Rnjected peanuts are used for oroir KadOl y psia Cure Digests what yOu eat Itartlficlally digests tie fbod and aids Nature ln Btrengtbenlagj and recon Btructlng the exhausted Digestive or gans ItIs the latest discovered digest ant arid tonic Ho 6ther breparatlori can approach it in efficiency It In1 stantly relieves and permanently1 cnres vspcpsta Indigestion IHeartburn fat1enco Sour Smac Nautea all otfierresultsof jiperfectdlgestlon Prepared by ECDeWltt Ape Chicago WOOD Wia8ATT P n tgfetaft Byfect njusiiii alCjrttoutan- dilghtcus and many of 1ies burden you have ever beard thi aweettoned StegcJr Iliimoio wilt fppretflato this To ectbo h1gbcs standard f exc4lenc- asn1wayrbdnTheTni Inbe manufac- ure of0zgreatfrabulCtiheSteger futtorfcs thoroTKhlycaulpiKjd wjtk the boat ana moat improved macblu irji located at Stoger III urn ainonjr the largest in the west proAtUewhich will be nailed tree irn appllco I SinalEB Co TtaWisbed 1870 hlcago jotf Her Lut Drink In Hyde Park tiles a young matron who Is of such a high nervous tempera ont that If she drinks the very small t amount of nlcolsollc stimulant be fore going tobel the result ls akeple 3 ness for thor remainder the night Some nlghj3 golninurab6r offrlen4 dropped In for the evvnlng and the sband who by the way Is a south erneiy 8Ugge4t lthat he make a mint Julep for each of the company The suggestion was received with delight and the juleps were promptly mixed In his wifes glass however he put poly enough whisky to flavor the Water probahfy not more than a tea spoonful Of this she sipped aboi naif The result hawever was tb same She Tras troaliled with Insomnia night long and It not until 5 ovlock in the morning that she drop ped off to sleep and as a jcouse gueocbl was not cnlled for breakfast At 10 oclock she came down stairs and bearing the voices of children on the front porch stopped to listen Her heart filled with motherly prtdaa she heard her elder 6otw a boy qfO telHog ven 6r eight children froth the uelgh horhood that they mast not mats too much noise as his mamma was asleep Imagine her horror too as tbe young hopeful added She drunk so mncb whisky last night that she couldnt come down to eakfast this moratog Kaaaaa City ar 5aetLtng C0n153t wfar A wealthy Athckan bp becami a convert to Home as very generous to PopeEa XIII in money matters He bad deSe many generous thlagB and the pope hail rewarded film with or tie rs sAd medals galore For once a year this cdhvvrt mmfe a pilgrimage to Borne where ho Avnx ktedly received by thebbly father ast a son and gener ally oufil tie ortfcrH wore eshaastedj each tIme was bistovpoil wltb some est honor On fewcb occasVons all ese brave metal pieces were attached to the rich AmeiiwinV breast Ill soonetd that the pope remark ed to aeontidaute who was nt his side during1 the levee Next time shaU give bujti a snnffbos which tin did and a beautiful Jeweled lox It was The following year the American turned up again and was granted at audlcBce when to the holy fathers consternation the faithful soa pCtbo urch appeared not only with oil him medals hut with the snuffbox attache to his waistcoat The next time1 the pope said wife a comical sigh 1 shall present lila with a marble topped taljle It JTthe only thing I can think of that ie cant tie to he WafetcoatChlcagb Time nersJd EapHrcU Deathjt Ageaies Only aroat ing firer enabled 3 GarrettsuD of San Autotio Tex to lie down when attacksd by Asthma from which he suf red for years He writes his iser5 vasoften so great that it seemed he endured the agonies death but Br Kings Nevr Dis co very for Consumption hol1- yrOdiim This marvelous med ine is the only known cure for Asthma as well as Consumption Cooghs and Colds arid all throat Chest and Lung troubles Price 50c a dJOtX Guaranteed Trial bottles free at Hdydpnvfc Robert sohs drugstoro To prevent consaniption quickly curt throat and lung troubles with One Min ute Cough cam Huy don Koboruon c H eadrabe is tha bane of mn yllvis M A Simmons Liver Meolcne curot d prevents this annoying complaint L1Ti ItM4thteops I I4OIVtnI6L jlustrttd g a l S f lMMeanHT oMM4 itoo4iteeI b OiUdi KWe York asS 1- Tresc uac beSoT rood Ssglteb a BsttEsfe quality iTY Bogw pUte be qslicr I Ksec EuX1aiaciz Nut Set sckei r AMroClocJc IS 5oer TeilpoCu- The Stock UihnnntctL Ithedulglug In airy persiflage with the pretty shopgirl Uehlnd the counter wnlljj waiting for his hnhge VyhivC nwbnderfnl place iron have IEserythingEverythIngr was the Iredulous Comment What do you sjean by ev v tho girl Anyjjhlag you wai xan supply you with here you can ehr commented the pretentious Alexander molookWithout remark but wlthdemBre untcnancp the girl went away but Iln a moment returned and Bald I am fcorry but the manager telhi me that tamiIytesowthgto youdilketoThe young man decided however that thehitter was an ondegirabfe com modlty and he would haze none of It Now York Tr Tki t Settled It Why dtf you think the plaintiff In sap07 a witness examined to some bodys mental condition was asked by counsel at a trial Because replied the witness he continually going about asserting 1gntlemanthat when a person declares he Is the prophet lohammed that tea clear- proof of insanity i do sttBecausegatding his qnfestfoiier with sylcin placency rbappfen to be ttfe propfiei4 Mohammed myself rTjoadoaj A swore I The Same Old Wy Curious Old Lad jiow did 7oa come r7 ConvJct Iswaa drove toItlady Curious Old jdyWero you really Convict Yea they bruog ime In the Black Maria as Weekly A rutbfi Man MMa k1ee If 1 mony do ou tlIIH- kOue s happy wIth me Ifr et rtled bu equatto cawsenc Aa a happy Id not the word for Iff Brooklyn Life The gldest Qqivnan coal miners were flret wocfetdjn llps They are near yjfrm pirEagIa d dJdLHotl begin to tntae its coal until the fourteenth 7i Folfjs Kidney Cure to ft pure medicine and contains in concentrated forth remedies recog nizedby the most skillful of the med cal profession as tbe most effective agents forte cure of kidney and bladder diseases Hayden Robertson Ihe prppros53jvo nations of the world lire the reat food jconsumlng jaatigns Good food weUdIgt gives strength If you cannot direst nil yon you neotl K dol Dyspepsia Curo It1 digests what you oat You need uot diet your self Jt contains all of tbeidigestants obmlilued with tho best knpwn tonics ahi rocsnstnictivcs It will even digest nil classcjs oHfuods in a bottle other preparation will do this It instantlv treltavo and quickly cures all stOmach joufclctf Hpyc on tk Rober on Donn Tobacco Spit Smoke Tour Life lway maIthe wonder worker tbot maUrstrcakmen Brpng AU druggists or Cure guaran AddresiI S is I iTeiV I PUBLISHED 1uvlU sT tbI ptaftH LI HlltKai fUMM Ike eeinrry H wMcli fix tatibis etiwere wi ire vet 1nhIgatH S By B B HPOHES r W SCHAEFEA And B Ik 17IIIIAMS One Large Octave Volume Over 10O Jflutrstions Cioth xtri S 4175By Mall Postage Paid on Rtcclpt of Price This work is the production of three- S Loulsllle newspaper men who hare S well perfOrmed their labor In an un a vivid 1f TuS8le3S5 of the most remarkable campaign that ever took IncidentChistory SmnntClaMAgeatrWaatbd For Unoccupied Territory AddrcM S THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY IRM 81 81 Md East Fourth Street Ciaclfliati Okl S StISII ICSI fSS SAVE YOUR STARStar tin tags showing KtuJl on under side ofitag phfe Crow Bow and dur Dmmmond Natural Lest TIa Tags aM i jual value to fiecur presents mentioned below sad maylbe ieorted Every joian and child can find od tbe Met that they would dvl like to nave and can have KaU daiors43c5es15 qdriWlcDrIItWOOSP1Pe eisetriple Orw 5Us6 r 413ustOh ane his tothisan7 usuallColllBra eirnMtlyHBat ei1 con t6cl eat Xo and Bac JUST SSISSIIeSbsIe FOBUSHERS 55 SISIISISSfSSSIS5SSCS TIN TAGS etartKed HorzoBhoeJ TIGood jIltag aobg tLOLpK Clock 84 r CtiepdwTtwnnometer Barometer Onacwc lcatlicrno better made BerolTer ntom ttc double cr15cilber Tool not batfwi tooli n Toilet dworweQbrcetoln ry sro sr Wick vUsi fall Jewelede5CO Dre Suit Cae 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and forces out all imp tis mates weak thin b1O1 rich strong and healthy and at tile same time builds up the general health S S S is the only purchy vegatable bicod puxicr known ad the only onethat canreachdeepSatedm SS blood troubles A record of 50 years ofucccssiul cures prosea it to be a reliable unfailing peduc for all blood and skin troubles ffm9 mmdtCMl Treatment Our Medical Department ia in charge ot killed physicians who have made blood and skin diseases a life study so if you have UlcerorOnfideactL JN0 J P4kIUSIIPrpsident t LEXIHGM teSTMENT CO LBAJRAN Hr OUR GROWTH i i aid rt1tt o Holdrs to Septemer 89S 631 i May 1900 t 72 000O EOND DIS1BlUT1OX OP TKLEBANOI BRilCfi APRiL 2 1OO a I e AmtPJdpn AmtlidjCdapbn Rocd- w ARube1 S 80 2 H RNetbltt 1 20 3 60 WP Myers 00 6 00 R TEdeleu k 2QO 600 Tohn Rubel 20O 600 Mrs Jessie VanMetert 0 40 W W Rubel 200 600 MMrs 241 JiCM 00 6 600 00 1 CCarroLi 80 240 40 i20 W T Conway J i oo 4 CRCaskey120 360 RoyB mithL 404 120 Cecelia Harcourt 40 I JosW lrvinnL1200 600 JG McKenna120 360 W H Evans 480 Miss Carrie B Johnspn 40 Mrs Rose L Johnso i 2 01 6 00 W G Matson4 00 6 00 i Mrs B D Potts Lex f ingtori Kyc lii 2 fXi i ton Ky H4 80j 2lO w Crume 6 Q- OAP Carter Oliver 4 4 00 John Lou isyille B P Doom J 4 iOo- G Len 6 Name 12000 6QOO W C 00 600 Sam T 00 6CO CM Croudus 120 SCO O Nelson 8b 2 40 nj Amt 1st Recd Name withheld Jm30 00 H 9000 Herbert 90 270- J N 1 4 50 Mrs W A Clark 1 50 4 5p M M Or t J M Or chard 450 B Stan ford Ky 1 50 4 50 Esther M Burch Stan 60 180 G W 1 50 4 50 Nellie Whitej L 60 180 John 1 60 S 50 E Medl y Ky JL 150 4 50 JW Putnam 150 45- 0ij J Brookg Or Am tPdron Am5 A2dC upon JZecd Marion KatherineKBOtt 40 12r Joe Proctor Cno t 40 120 Mrs Mattle R 2 20 36Q- JM 4 00 121 LwJ 200 600 Ida 2 00 6 xi Jane Addams 40 120 R L 2 00 6 00 Jane Crrb Or chard 2 00 600 Brrch Crab Kv 80 240 J WTdilU Vj 120 360- J M Rains I lL ZOO 600 H R X 60 b l I exing ton C t 2 00 6 00 Mrs Mary cz ington j 200 600- AAddainsL 400 1200 Third 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Xaylsbni j Springfield Ky 150 450 J J McCabe Springfield 2 10 6 30 T S Mares Springfield 1 50 4 50 Mary E Hewitt Stan fordKy 30 ip L W Coakley Greenst burgvKy4 1 50 4 50 2irvrwymaiMis4IjLiry ERowrttrec 1 50 4 c Mis MolliaJS Harris 300 900 Mrs Maria HardestVL 1 50 A 50 Mrs L C ShuckJ iJ f4 50 Mattie A Johnston 150 450 Mri3AnnPdod30O 7 9 00 L The Lexington Itivest sent Company dOt business pa life in rancebas si by reversing the play i Live Insurance Companies pay large sums to the few of theirnnlcys who die j VWe pay a smaller sum to all of our members as their coupons die The Lexington Investment guararitees to pay to its members three dollars for very one redeived f om them ilSthevestment Cos 1 Bcan e it pays tubre money 2t iejcarise after the thirdpavmeht the member is dig bleto receire a casK iliconic hih increascs1hia jaymeiit in tur xnenntiznfidecrc sin untitti le certificate is killed I 3 Bccauie it redeems its coupons In a rcgulac consecutive order an ihastio so called numeral 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Chamberlains 3Ic Cholera ad DIlca Remedya daftertakint snv i en bottles lam ontiroly cured of Imtl trouble am so Plevltli the egult thntIamanxiou7tI t1tbo1n reaeir o1 jail who suffer as I I aye For sale by Haydon Robertson Druggist LvromwVe must retnemb ralways that m ifler Cromwell there wrfs no burning at tilL Btafcfei no drcairul totture In cold blood and tberefoic at his worst ho risesjn degree aboi e Philip and Alva ButJn kind his deeds Ib Ireland wee i thesame as theirs n the Netherlands arid though the Pn rltan scldiers Terp guiltless of the hideous jlccntlonsnosB nshwfiannles of Tilly ana Wallenstehi y SZ the Lncrcilcss butc icry of the eptlrb ganSsoas nail of all the priests companicd by the slaughter of other uoucombatants In a feast some cases leayc Drogheda am Wsxfoixl as bine anil terrible stains in Cromwells jchoi actcr Cromwell and Ills llcnfenants jy down the Insurrect on and cstablshe ii order because they jalned such sweeirIng victories not because Cromwe made 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