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O HE NEWS LEADER established L January 1 4ta couiWnit1orqf WaBbkgton Coaty Leader 3494 pri ngfleld News 1880i4 IIl t I N e i No 87 i Sp iN f Ljr WA 1 Gill COUNTY 4fr 0OCTOBER 4 1900 tji 1 1w F r r r f r a Jt JM ftwtoa C RHarmon z BM Gaydon 8r Jf jMBURTONCOUNDERTAKERS 1 arryt 1 e lkindsofFrineniHappUes PapNI353 SPiuiariBUJY OUR SPRINGFIELD county seat of Wash tiigtondouBty 53miloB southwest of Lex fagton 59 miles Irma JUoulsviUG on Bards t1wP branch of Levisville and Naahyill- oTallroi in a faming and agricultural disc tricfc TWlHMkx Ulograph and telephone Haw office Rout mills lumber f yards xpcptB iropularB 1100 population oft county Hepreaeatativo In Oonpross HonrDHi SS Smith odgenvllIe XVIRoproswtative Kentpcky Legislature Ham cHu Kepre enUttTe la Stats Donate Hon u O JicCl1on1 1Sllrl Cle K COUNTY DIRECTORY cipcuncounTiC- trcHit oaths fourth MonfC rartbeglns ftbY i JetmiarY 1I y1dOctber C Elt1 rr BS re eyCommonwenUhAttorn y h i M cpicu Clprlr S w SIs1 Master Commteloner COURTQUARTERLY QeArtesiy diurt Is held on the ttrfri H day In Jnmwy April July and October VfiAt ey Judge RUNTY OURT Cuuwty Cett Meets on tbo fourth Mon iivlaoachiMatk BIttSeYJBa fS5w F ooker1 County Clerk TS aye tv Attorney JE Smithy Jailer t It i PowsUSh r1I 1w It Ttuwmn IHdney Oirn Dcput1eeSf BgnCreiteSE4 Masteriu btmes F Moore county Sjurvoyor TPOBryan Assessor N S tt Ward Deputy A BCampWll county TreasoTM M Montgomery Coroner f ftollPBLDDIR OTO WSBafeacPoUce Judge fphu UrCClhtska1t t WD Qiybrooka cttjr Attorney JUBT1OB OOURT- Juntico courts arc held In January Apr I f fulracd October CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST OHURC- HaeO E Hambt ton Pswtor Services OqerVSondSaTattt amand8pm Sunday gohool iSQiPrsrl eethuton W dIpm t METHODIST nURcIi ROY FrahkUliewl Pastor Services on the Ftrrt and Third Sunday gln each WJnthI 5t II a minds mJ t PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH RcvREC JjawBon P torScrvices Ovary nrrtU amand Rpm i Prayer Meet Tknrsday nightff every CATHOLiq CHURCH J fUvlPELHeajiesyPMtor Service ev unday at8ad 10 oclock a m Services at 8t Rose samehour CHRISTIAK CHURCH J Rev WP Rogers poster Sefvjces sec Sunday IB eacfa month at the Methodist cliurchi FR LOBQB BprAgfleld lodger No 50 tawta oecoadlCon3 y in tach month WsfeingtdRQ chapter No 27 meets every third ICaadsv f Shaflid CouscU Ko 58 Beets every t fourtomay lKars4EexoMeCta every second aRd farthMo lty lu each month i Kjuaars THE MICIBBKS Meets every jrat Wednesday ofeachmonths 10 RM HAWK Tniur N Moats every Wednesday night fa wig warn McEUx T Hall = LimdN TIME TABLE JntJlut Dpaitire or TraIns i 44 A32 PI 530 Iq Ar prliiglleld1V iESVaUeyH1U 5411 36 Dooker5 47 I 4713s Croakes5 158161t Woodlawn 6032 3 r iO5 Nasareth6 30 3 55 toiSamucls6433 i 109 DestavilleGJ tOCauoSprjug10 5 4 4f 1 0 i leOO Hobbs J65 415 i u52 Clesrmont 17044 tt 9 4 BardStOWU Junct 7 5 54sSOpherdsville 20 243 aubersI7South Park172 8 Soutb Louisville 750555 SOOLvLouIavI1IeA1S 6U itAX PlI T lDKE ACOJD IN OMJK DAY Take Ijucatlve TJrotno Qulnin Tablets drugglats refund tho money if it aI tae reT 3c For wile by Uiiydon F oborLaouafldWaterS Urovvno the esnergeucybogs Kcntlvp ttujii societrtol Kansas soldiers In iLo Phllip plnSa contained among the necessities u bopc of ifeyfiUg Wltctf Hazel Salvo tho s wqll known euro for piles injuries an skin dWMcfJ The ladles took acre to obUin the original UoWHta Wiitch IlU ef Salve knowlnB that alj the coun terfeits are yqrthlesH Haydon ifcRob frJson 4- r trr psn3al CLiPulloO 0 nIJZ I ao ojil1J SJUJ PW1- p 1b a Ww r mi NtwsjF114D rnriesVilvII KENTUCKY ANDEMBALMERSR- DIRECTORY 55g57IkttTG TENiRDS EarIyTinleS6I22f l e iioei k d 11 t f- AN AUTUMN NOTE f Among the stacks of 9ornx The pumpkin richly glqvpS The bnllocfcAvinda Ills horI The cider weetly flows The tho rail The bnrni bedcbeatnutfsIAnd down dreamydalej i The bob wplt blithely calls tAnd so uneasy lies 1ii The headT hongh round or flat That as the red leaf moa Wears summers bg Btrawjiat r JRK MtJNrrrrKicK tA SiJ fiE Bqairroljskims Talk1ofi throuf h this place which means thtrcompletlonol the old onesa peako and Ohio which w fpar tially constructed in thisJand Nelson counties has beenjre Vived by the publication of the following ibsitew which bears directly on the case and which says W F Smith of Kansas 4ti1fb1 in Wall stteetas made arran6Gmcuu to float a sufficient ssuof 4 per cent bonds to complete the extension of the Chesapeake and Nashville railroad from Galalin to Nashville and from Scotts yjlle KyM to Bloomfield or Shelbyvilie The Chesa- peakeand Nashvilie belonge4to the late 0 P Suntington and E H Huntington 5and 0 H Freed have disposed of itMr South andootQers The bnildng of this line win be of greafrbene fit toNashville besides making anew conpetirig lite from Gin cinhati and Uouisvilleto Middle Tennessee and the South The proposEd extension will be through the Bounties of Davidson and Sumner iu Tennessee I and Allen Barren Metcalf Adair Taylor Marion Wash ington and Nelsanr in Kentucky The Wallstreet Journal says the deal will certainty be carried out and the line builitS RACTICABLEThe Toute of ther proposed extension when outlined on a map of the State looks very feasabte and to those who have given the matter any studyit appears very prob able that Springfield Lebanon and other points in this section may sometime in the near future count on another railroad lint The road is already built to Scottsville Ky tnd a line of a little over a hundred miles through to CampbellsviUe or Lebanon could close up one link and another extension from Lebanon through Springfield andon to Bloomfield woulq fill upanotbeJ small gap The Bloomfield branch road now in control of l3o ker Reed and others iit iis supposed will be in cluded in the system which gives a road into Louisville The coun ties of Meta1fand Adair ihrough which the proposed lines to run nave no railroad at present and will nbvdoiibt sub scribe liberally to the success of the project There may be noth ing in the schemeto bring about immediate results but some day not far distant we believe some thing will com of it s 1M TbecounItry in the habit or coming totown on county court days and at other times and indulging a little too freely in cheap whisky cl1l1pwhoido well to go slow and look a little out For just now the spirit of reform is abroad in the town as quite a number who come under tho above description an1 testify Drunkecess or plain drunk is an offense under the law and punishable just asmuch as any other misdemeanor but heretofore the authorities have been inclined to overlook thbe shortcomings until the practice was beginning to assumethe form of a common nuisance Julge Baker of InelPolice Court with tho assistance of Marshal Grace began the reform last week by calling down a few of these offenders with flues mill cos1 of sufficient size to teach a lesson Springfield oncehad a reputation of being a very sober town in proportion to the amount of liquor soUl in it There iis k rdangof Spoiled ntu4Ji k 1iI ARbiN In the societyitems- of the CourierJournal rEf contly appeared Ihe following announcement pt the ipaarriage Qf John IX Hatdin U Springfield bbywOll knownjtd everybody in thisvicinityiAmong the wed- dIngs that are announced to take place in the near future that of Mr J D Har4in of Henderson Ky and Miss Nan nie Quisenbiiry of Calhoun Ky Mr HardIn isthe enerat genti for the Champion Harvesting WestonKentucltv HendersQn and is one of the most popular fyravsling men iin that territory His bride tobe is one of the handsomest young ladies in the Wet End a leader in social circles and a near rela tivo of Vice Eire identj Steven son Their r njiany friendS throughout the State will bear withpleasureof their approach ing marriage t zFIHambleonpastor of the Baptist church at this place for the poatyear has missionarytojapinand the1firstiras been ambitious tp make his lifes work in the foreign mis sionary field and his appoint ment is of coiirse extremely gratifying to him and is besides a cooopliment to his Worth and Ability in the work o spreading the gospel Since coming to Springfield Mr Hambleton has endeared himself not only to the mem ers of his congregation but to a large circle of friends in the community swon His presence here will bemissed but his friends can heartily wishhim God speed in his neyr tfield 4 yOUNG ORATORS They presontcampa leVeloping some latent talent in the line of political oratory Quite l number of maiden Efforts have been tried ont msuspeoting voters of the cross roads districts by somie of the rising young politicians Of the town and countyi some of which its said were very Its good for the begin tier who hopes to become a ispellbjnder and so Tong as the fqllow ciizens dpat kick the ball will be kept rolling Se J doI creditable training IHcOuntyg1 t Mr Palmer Gr McElroy in the firm of Grundy ClaybrookV Go and will take an active hand in the affairs of th4t popular store Mr Me In tire has had a good 5deai of exnerience in the mercantile business and has a wide acquaintance throughout the county lir McElroy has not yet decided whzithe vriil do but itiis safe to say that I e will soon be engaged in active bnsi mess again DOS IT PAY TO BUY CJlEPt A cheap remedy for coughs arid colds is all htbut you want something to relieve and sure the moco severe and dangerous results Of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and more regular climate Yes if jiossit blej if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been ittrqduced lanU civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung trublesrBoscheeisGer man Syrup It not only heat and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation cause easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try one bottle Recom mended many years by all drug FQrsalebyHay FVr spraict swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Chamberlains Pain Balm Fry it For sale by Hayden Robcttson druegists T rfNVIGK i r ir From Our Regular CorrespOndoai 4BTo the fv feJeMSinitOi a girl 1 Mr and Mrs MH Mbntgomt ery of Vouttown visited Mr undMrs Wi og8dOlijSt1n4ay lt iJrwvST t Mr and Mrs Alex Smith vis ited at Mr ian Rogers Sunday Mr Joe Smith of Springfield was out home St1gdayi Mr WF Logsdon lEt Mon day to accept a position at LakV Jlajoa 0 I1 Miss ApiJp Kelley cficcom panied by her nephew Mastr Harlan White of Illinois areI visibinj her parents Mr ana Mrs rom Kelley 1 Born To the wife of Mr Bob Graves a fine boy v t tl Mf Jdlrdah Cull bfdCro It h6l581oIBObloedla CJrare t A startling incident is narrateq by John Oliver of Phifadelphiaj as followsI Ilwas inan ayful cpndiiionJ lyfy skin was almost t yellow eyes sun ent tongu Jate lpain continualiyin c end sides no appetite growing weaaer dayby day Three phv siciansihadi iven me up Then it was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle nidda a decided improve mont I continued their w afar velloiaagraye of another vict mNCi ly59cRobertson drug store For three nights anddays I suffered agony untold roman attack of cbolria mprbus brought on by catlap ducvhi hors saysM E towthor clor of the district court Cehtervilfo IowaeIthought surely should die slid tried a dozen different medicines but All to no purposo I sontfor n bottlo of Choniber berlains toUc Choleraand diafrhCEa Remedy ancj tureo doses relieved inq cnj tiroiy For 4alo by ilaydon tRobertson druggists I havo always used Fojoys Honey and Tar cough Medicine and think it the heat in tio world says Chae ondcfcwa n w dealer of Erie Pa raydontS Robertson tlThe First Churches The first clergyman in Ken tacky was iRev John Leythe ihurOhor Englandl who came Lo Sarrodsburg in April 1775 hefirst preaching appointment was at Boonesbc rough May 28 1775 under a magnificent elm tree Tho first Baptist ministers In Kentucky wore Rev weD Hickman Sr and Rev Peter Linsley May 1776 Thy preached under a magnificent elm tree at Big Spring Harrods burgTte first BaptUt Church was C tISUHPT1ON Do not thIn- kforasingle moment that consumption will ever strike yqu a sudden blpw It does not come that way It creeps its way along First you think It is a little coldnothing but a IlittleliackihaI t I cough then a little loss in Weight iithen harder cough tnenthe fever and the nIght sweats Better stop the disease creepingBetter today You teaMo it with rl tAYfrs fifTnpteieral The pressure on the chest is lifted that feel ing of suffocation is removed and you are cur ed IOU canS stop that little cold with a 25 cent bpttle harder coughs will need a 50 cent size if its on the lungs the one dollar size will be mosteconomicai Q AycreCiurryfamflyFortyycarsagoIfeaiurotjny life 18ED5OXND Jan Fort JUdteon Iowa L4drosi that of Kevi icjus Craig consti tutedt inSpottsylvania county Virginia abclegratingas a chrcH ta ICentucky tsermonIirKentuck Templin iQ178J He was ordained in 1695 In 1784 Rev David Rice saUldIn Kentucky nd churches were built in J7841 at Danville Cane Rtih and Har rods Statiob The first Methodistr minister was Rev FraicisCIark Mercer county six miles frqrr BanviHe The first church was built in 1788 fives iilesjnorthWest of Lexngton QUESTiipN ANSWERED Yes August FlSwel stIll has the Jlargest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grandmotbersHever Bought ofj using anything else for Indjge tioh or Bilipusnessj Doctors were scarcei and they seldom heard of Appendicitis arlfstemtop op of nn41 gestedfood regulate the actio ofjtheMiveri stimfulate theiieriiSLo ua jmy y irtgs oKttni pirthe system and that is all I they took Eithheadachesonly need a few doses of Greens August Ploltverj in liquid form to m keYQu satisfied there o thing serous the matter with you For gale by Haydon Robertson It IldppcHcd In a Drag terc One day last jivlntcr a lady came to my fcoughntodt drughtofpointed and waptqd toknow what cough preparation I coiatrecommcu d I said to her that I could freely rpcommen Cham rlalna CoughRemey and that she couldtake a bottle of thp remedy and after giving It a fall trial if she did not find it worth th moilerto bring back the bottle ocdT wouldrofund the price paid In tho course of adar two the lady came bacI in companywith friend in need of a cough medicine andadtsed her to buyabotte OfChomoor lain CoLgb Remedy I sider that a very good recommenuatlon for Tthe remedy It is lor sa1e by fiaydon Robertson Druggists ForeverTake orESctfHadnt L ost Any Snakes- A sailor who stilll had his sea legs on staggered across Girard avenue bridge the other day struggling nndef the burden of a large sack which he carried thrown over his shoulder The rheumatic tut none the Iless astute guard st4tionodat the west ern extremityof the bridge sighted the pilgrim from afar1 Aba he tbbugbtj with deep think that caused the torpid waters of the jSchuylkill to ripplp beneath his feet with suppressed emotionHHere comes a hoase breaker with his llljgott6n booty Thei sailor widered to open the bai Theres a beauty in it sure safdibe sailor man as he pegan to undo the mouth of the rack Out popped the head ora magnificent cobra with hood expanded japparentlj ready to dart upward The guard despite his rheumatism made a quick jtinie into the guard house and lucked the door white the sailor quite unconscious of the fact that he hacfbeen under puspicionsj pursued his way to the Zoological garden in the hope of disposing of his jpet Frora the Phi adelphia Record Land for Sale Within fii and eight miles from Lebanouj Ky1 we have for sale about a thousand acres of land as followsto 500 acres mi one tract contaih lug improvements wjth bout 50 kbottQJn1andiand tobacco land eta iit j300 acres also containing some bottom land and sodieland suitai ble for tobacc 14 120 acres fair iimprovements tobaccoIllndThis land is suitable for corn wheat or any farm prounet and be bought at low figures and Ican easy term Ttfis is a fine nity Jor Anyone with small capital to buya good farm Appiyto Lr H THURMAN prlnkfieldJJi Or J G NORTHCRAFT ILe noD Ky Care CatlpOtIR tcrevr1Tahe srek Ctimly CatUirtlo or 1cIau M rf rurv1wIao9 Farmers and Tobacco 4 The Kentucky Farmer Miil SOOtr realize the difference hil s llingv tobacco in the country and son the JaUetion market urIIchasel iSchase thlVtrust has given the farmer to linderstand it canqot pat more than 5 cents iondror hisr tobacco thlsyparpSome people may think tIisiliorveI ontlfe part oithe truJuttheIod- uipany irilly understands ih onihimi iiIthlngjieesai Ja ton he was dcjing his part toward breakiBR np the- uctionmarket Expecting too much of his best friends he has fired for relief from his wropga to a company thatjglasc year opened its arms ito him and this year gives promise tjcjos lug them but around hisf neck RO tight the experience will not be very njOya le There is cet tainly a large crop of parley ceiwurowl1at W jenlpweris sold to the trust iin the country to make it keep doff the market at any time it wills lit order to keqp down prices Will some farmer please answer this and in answering tell THE WEED whats the advantage derivecl by thegrowerin soIling thJfttobacco unlIywbenaready to bid on the same tobacco on an auction market witbthe trust in need of more tobacco than any ptber manufacturer The trust must havea big quan thy of tobacco must have its share each day othe sales Make it buy this tobacco on an auction pa J etJnd mark our prediction prices will rule two cents higher on every pound sold on the market by January than now expected to be paid by the trust or expected by the trade will be realized for the crop if buying is done by the biggest buyer In the trade on both the auction market and in the coun try Such a year as this it would not hurt much to make an eX- periment It might and we tbinklt would be very profit ble to the Kentucky farmer Louisville Weed Jab CoRldat nvcPit ed It PileSTheyret Eucklens Arnica Salve will cure the worst case of Piles on eartl It has cured thousands For in juries Pains or Badly Eruptions its the best salve in the world Price 25c a box Cure Guaran t eLSold by druggist Largo sun spots astronomers say caused tbo tuctroma heat tbisoniHmcr and doctors declare nearly all tbe pros trations were induced by disorders of the stomavb Good health follows good digestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dl Kosta what you eat If youhayo mdl 03tion or dyspepsia It will quickly re llovo add permanently cure you Radon Robortsont Whonyoif cannot sleep for cougblngIt- n hardly necessary that apy one shonid Itell you need a few dosis of chamberlains cough Remedy to allay Uio irritatlonipfJlha throat and make seep pbsaiblq It1s good TrIit For sale bY Haydon t Roberwon druggistsS pGeod Orop A Fort Scott paper JbOf a man down tthere wHo ca1Jle into town tbe other dwith a big oil can in his wapbn and adiscon tooted look upon his counte fiance When asked how bisnor crop was getting along he said 0 there will be a big crop 1 reckon but lit is doubtful whether there will be any clear money made on itWhats the mat tedIaaVe to spend so much for blamed oitto keep it oiled up Hows thatr Well the durned corn IK growing so fast that I have to go through the folds and oil the joints to keep the stalks from getting tbd hot bores n blsiuarcks iron Xorve Was the result of his splendid health IndOminable wiUl and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver KHneys and Bowes are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring Use Dr Einss New Life Pills Only 25 cents at Haydon EoberlsBtfii drug store f iJ it LnA r- efcf 2V rj r 0J t t i il1 TEAll i4ycpdlcf UriTYarpanf 1 r The Nelson Record onjii dt the strongest advocates bfj Goebel rjmpcrac7 ifr the BtatdOes riot approve otth f c UvihrdIbi theJltI aseIyeturbed a verdict off guilty against Jina iHoward and fixed his punishment it deith for killing pjoebel The eyidencel as publ isbied in the IiOuisviUe outoPluioIiwarrant ttnOT inibn Vn this caSe mar we mufi confeM have heeD largely influenced byxalrefdj bing tisfieai tqat lie sh3t IfeofGooQeIwu1iebY is possible thaHowardyr bt strenuos y denying the charge growrtniet jiciousImnprthcip a is notafar ft- Ideathw ilcfihe deserves Wio cruel mu det of old mon Baker knesIthuplifted evesj fregged in vainer rnnrftv t4i1ti rantsaujcj Iit cris outto he aven for the Infliction of the death penaltybat the jtry at Fran fort bad no jurisdiction tottyh m for that Offense It lis our firm conviction hat Howard is not guilty of the crime ft r which he has been convictei that Henry Youtsej is the miaVho fired the hffot that he ULyet be convicted and that Hov ardfs jnnocence will in somo wz y become knoW11my be however too late to sdve his neCk from the gallows His removal ho ever must belikened unto Ihe destruction ofta wild and vicious beast We again as ertoti belief of His innocence of the crime for which he must forfeit his life It is exasperating to onew oJiM used Foleys Honey and Tar and know iwbat it will do to have a dealer recommend something rIseaS i Jut the same rtju8t as cpodn for colds coughs croup lagrippo etc h FOR LITTLE EOMS jOfj Sam has in this big country none Is more nove than a dog out iceatrai KansaSj whose duty it Is o meet a passenger rain twice daily and take tho heavy mall sack to lila masters store Thd poatoffico at Dayton c little country trading polnt and the tingle store Is 80 rods from the Missou ri Pacific raft wheratonorsiBgABfJ night the jpassenger truth goeewkl zing past at 80 miles an hour From the man car a leather sack id thrOwN off by the moil clerk and the Post master the owner ot the big St Bernard Nepf Is supposed to picket up and take Iti to the store He usedtodo so but nov the duty derolyes epqn tbe dog who Ji is learned to do it WelL When tbi sharp whistle of the train Is heard Jep gives an excited bark and hurrleu to the crossing and waits for the cotiing of the malL The mall clerk kIck the Ufatlk bat o A aftfie car door ai 4 K tue aoowhoM ki UM utABivIYO 1D1IA1Li vicinity ot the road Nap toifito th sack and cafefully tikteg It sf the middle so that melUw cad yqtt flxagoa tfid ground walks Mdafely to the store wjhore he lays toe srtc down1 behind tbe counter byxtb 1IIdrlpf the wo Ietteaae intO WJdc1 UHfJllal1 to soon dls bated DayattOtday be perform this tack rain sh1ie The maUderkWatcheil for him aid thp people ot theM inanity are as Sd Qt falaat M they would b bi abrigbt cbilf ftep Is 4 years old btKletett itn bes1D height and w libs pound HI t baa nod ic81tt carry ing the aaox though the mail lM otteti very hear with UM 11peptH- tromthe o lOnty Hat lor hIS te thfera strong an he has cftrrl d QTW JOQ pounds as test of his strength 1Iseem likely to parfproi tint offlcfal tas for many yean ip and the pe pie of his cbttmoaity Uil4 k that lie is tra dto a talary The trail li1esoot fotget jb throw oft someth nf Iic for him to itholidays but even tl1otM ftft ia a toothsome bit of garig Or ethic aa ii he never Duch s It unttMJitlOUndo Snle safe te the jaattllM Chicago III eord I T OTo jtiHMii gM LesSI rILA BimmQlseb + L tMlOclatMu4 Ofite cftt41RoS4ooEo d ws eytr Oomittd rf ky was pIrNtrated 1878 at Baa4olp4 BtpttP v ttai mgbrtamTORpoIDtMmadWilIit4 UaeIbedsy iroii c tiD1iot J 10be aWUUiriiilafii wfrii arrMtaiotL pkiwi forth e cf A few Hoo4 rio W Mlir murder ol MawrlWjw4 Drills Cook and Brtskjjtb t imtsu tlenouof low for the parpotfa ttJthit f aurl9 GJ1oe Ilwhicb Mnr MarkwMiid t- ohavsxd r 1 tbeaIe of Nelson coy t t to- krpck i J knoked1 kedhhiQU ud- hw e w ibl 5i4EIt for the aionej wfeioiL thr failed to find Cook and BrackeU were 1fbberyt OIictfairt Tbs Marlow wgcfr ituiifc gallttbt Md on tfc tohi etJQrta1the v Wi1liamMaro- gronceresidntofNt Y andresidedurNlso5 Furja f9rPerfJfNe1i9nj 3wo years afterwardh rtMBOved t ro the house ia which M was murdered It is singular tet t prevjolyconimlttetl V lriwhich the Matlows were mur doted The firstuinrdz WMI Jua i TIMatbr7T1 c Years dance WBO f tfae W lk rbrothers on one sidi sod tbs Hill brothers ontb4 other whet i one OfUl4aHilllft MSMIIagpes- fduring tbe diiturbmfic ttit w ir siiot as 4he eroecfei ittistaircUei1 ts dark Tio other 1ft of the Hilf60 ji were killed jitfe where qne being ibot mtd th1lother haVin his ihrofclt f Ti rpa rth 18n1fHlea ped ftirf ward joimed tks jinlUjtei ertthobserver t rtcsTdIAJar Tk Kiud Yw J h J 1 3 x PUBLIC 8ATJ Lrt Having sold my faril od upectisg to or MyJiMtMy lit Campbellsville I IJ MilMpremises on 1tJUN1dIa 14117 yStockafenti aid Knac4d d oIenPttruitar p 1tr Two nice tie od t Cows one sxtiuit IIoIdSlilcfi Qial1i nlM ShiMriL- aleGait r h= I Aool rhe of forwts alOei 61earcitdbrowa Mere1batl bist JifT t drl8rOMreN faa1jsfoal bf toiietfjyHorae an4sriiar ColtJ 6hed l ot iloe W bar rl iOo tJt Y40c I Otto good Sjiiiek Uore- Wagoa inood ritrJ oe pr4g- Wagos Buggy Pw IG r BOfS AZIe Aao o L h Estey Orpfa fIZIQEod ptlfeJT wilJ 1Niofe 11prepdrsy at JenseIonforsakSateIll i 10- ocIockJ AtM ap TOD to1fG WANTJDAI MAN 6tteron iItKinr aD ttolkiial1 JOIJ itaski Is olA4ab1Idid mM TiitiiaPillg ifpiq hosae iWOaymr stare iii1it1OrMs d m1lld CIYIt ctu e 1JrDoJII hicaitoSttel isiq t- aOrtsd t nftoeli t Aatig JtI- DIWOII Awn 1cJIzL- 9 ttq44fbIlIees L leeeeta pr- ae Anttaacl S eeats for ek MllinAttAfiL iMt4fel pelitJealaatHrl4Irfclfta JJaWaric is dose atlew rates tt cashf J f tbe PloW t tverj ef gMffrtMBf eeatneta a4e e liberal br l 134idad reieiIii at nafect S 1f r Jt LpI JMjO r t 511 IMktOs 1icT tft TKORSDAT OCTOBJg44110L I t Tz appears now to be oflMlprocpect of secMriag ft n6w q Ublawa1tbot1Ch juL wh1 WMl iota asriwi11be is- at1U MitUr of doubtsWhatis vlmowji K th Seimte Klwctiori 11imprdI by the majority7 pf fee st cttoe1 passed tkt Senate with ameadnwntsV which teake it pracUoally s sew Ilesslit Iwupedbythe ToU crfWfht Docrstssdded IkoMoi the R p Ukm SentJ 41 JLftor tJw of the- luanderji Isra MTwral mend ents to HM yMMUHT HLlti1 which to vlMi but agreed ttpem between e JlepwttKjam succeeded in pre TMUBjp a Tote on the Ho se ic WIt It will come up again and Ute HUUofttkHis are that it would f fas witH the Alexander amend tiMMsi The WBesded bill will vie aeoeptable to the Democratic majwrlffim theHottae TIlL tril of Henry Yo tier Joe the vrderot William oeI bl11w called at Georgetown f Tuesday Tho prosecution sub- itedami lIJstoft sixtyone wit B9Msand the defense a list oft ifty three The defense has i not been outlined but iti is said Youtsey willltlke the stand and tell all he knows Replies to im rrOfatbries will also be SU- b1IUtfHlfrllm laylor Finley BHoeo Miller and W J David son who have fled the State 4ag the witnesses called by tlw Cd11100 wealth is James Avdreinl Scott of Frankfort to whom lYoutsey madea state aem peviJUs to his arrest but which Mr Scott has refused to reveaL Some sen tional dis losires are expected as usual R C O BSKJAMIN a negro lawyer ind editor was shot and killed by Michael Monan as this result of a quarrel over 1registration at Lexington Ben 11ik was attorney for Tallow Dick Combs one ot the men aa4isdioteat foithe GOODel LaeeaesiBatton He had written eereral books amd wes consider 1 ed a talentedl man BenjaminI it wasjfoimd was s bwk L1 Tz Batdstown Observer ha r bnee Hhbeoreed by the proprt etorsiofwdJthe Nelson Record i The pfeiwrrer daring its short exist enoe made aaay friends andI I Editor Wilson made a neVI 8Y JiitoCit Her Jefca ReU JretGreat FaB 6t rouedsd Hjg cream fiaba to ma Iaa apiplmfaa Ma MMtIltJ- ila p aHK ca fer eatarfh UBietias Mravtatf Her Fraaate w Peek Put r oeauwi Proa ehurefe 1IeJeH Mont Affear riBK Klya oream a1fx week I b ikiT yutee4 eCeatarrb Joseph tewM t AYe dale t Y m 3i d ttet 1rrl Itde er ea1Ye aaiaalai Md Iqr rafaU at M eta or wttfd ay My UraUiara M W trw St If wY rX t MWL 1hoseor yiairiC mM6 daiii TIle Mteof MsrsHInkle of 7 JMaOnjoottity waswell attended 1 y or cil4leDif There was mvch t lode void most of itbriagiDg good prices JfrVXilJ Marshal of Louis IMA is wiji her relatiTee here She formeClYli1 at tsplace ib i bS4I Bishop Hand firMl quite wll repre- ntedoc tbe excursion toMam di0a it weefe Aaoeig tkoe IkEadvantage othe p8It1IfO a ploassat QJlt 0 t AcUePreparatio11TS stateting tteFoxlauidB eSect 1MBSDC lf NiS UUDKI ptomeilonCerMaMCoata5Itlr o aoceaL OT NAatCQTZO ue E t forCopeflonVfonRsConvuls onsfcverish Mil end Loss OF SID y ssfgor NEW YORK EXACT COPY OT WKAPPCH Jioif ere Misses Stella and Belle Wakefled Mattie slid Annie Jones Lilhe Sbehan Myrtle Virgin Messrs HajB sad tua Payette Sbehan and Willie Has ton regoryrol Uaifdl was at this place on business a few days since She baa sold her farm a very desirable one lying near the village and containing bout sixty acres to the Hughes boys colored 1011250- 0Berviceswere held at Camp- Groaudon Sundaf last by Rev Sisspson he having been sent back to this circuit by Confer ence His many friends are well pleased with be appointment Miss Margaret Bell of Simp sonville is visiting hqr friend Miss Mattie Andrews Mrs Daugherty and daughter Miss Ella of Bardstown were visiting at Mr Everett Wake fields last week Judge W E Selecman of your town was herO Saturday and spoke on the political issues of the dtfy Misses Katie Wakcfield and Jessie Tucker spent Friday with friends iat Fairfield Miss Lydia Huston has re turned home after a stay of sev eral weeks in Louisville Her many fnends gladly welcome her back r The young people treated the family oCMr John Brown to a storm party on Friday tight lasfc All repori a pleasant time Preston Moore and W H SpringfieldSunday ness Will says but we suppose he forgot the day Prof R H Humphrey who is engaged in teachin the High School at Texasj was with vhl parents Saturday apd Sunday SIGMA co- I is by no means the dreadful disease it is thought to betin the beginning tfesmstttj I It can always be stopped Jin thebeginning The trouble gotitj yntlwontbe1ieve forced to Then it is danger otis Djont be afraid but attend to it qUIckyou can do it your self and at home Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil and live carefully ITnts every is yu4thik way otnd aoctrine tv or be toldand ifiiecdeai1- isllife forfrwillurprlseyouSCOTT BOWNB Chemists 4Q9iearI Street New Yprk 500 and 100 all druggists I SYou iwautno no iifk when you bay Chamberlains Colic Chblora and Dir riioa Remedy Haydon Robertson dmgRists wjll refund your money ypunre not aatisflod after ulug it IsoeryWbero admitted to oe tho most successful remedy iu use for bower com plaint and the only one that novo falls Itisi pleasant safe and reliable Hayilon Robcrtsqn Dr M A Slmmoptf LiverMedicine qtick giveslTonoIfortiifcjS the system against Epidemic In J1unCls uI CASTORtA Por Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In U88 For Over Thirty Yea- rsCSTORII CilNIY IofGARTWRiGHTS tttEEK- Proa Our Regalar Correapomlbut Mrs Mollie Orkies and daugh tter Miss Lillie were visiting Mr Robert Orkies and family iliOBdsy Miss Katie Badgett Outer tained a few of bet friends Sun day evening Mr Bob Orkies sofd one mule Monday to EddODaniel for 50 Misses Lena and Elsie McLain entertained a crowd of young people Sunday evening Miss Nora Medley is visiting m Louisville Mr Arthur Oarricol of Louia viile is visiting friends in this vicinity Mr Walter Riney and roe Blaodfqrd of Davless county were up to see their best girlb last Monday and Tuesday Mrl Lee Smith and Lee Os borne while coming from town last Wednesday happened toi quite an accident Their horse got scared and ran a short di tance The backing strap came uneoDO causing the horse to kick Mr Smith wss kicked ic the face two or three times butt is not seriously hurt Mr Os borne was slightly bruised Tbo shafts were completely demol ished Mr acdMrR Ben Smith and Mr John IL Smith were in Louis ville Monday and Tuesday Misses Lizzife and Pearl Hig don and Kate McOulem bad quite a runaway last Sunday evening While coming home from friend they had been visiting their horse got scared at something on the side of the roAd and turned the buggy over dragging thn buggy ever so far The buggv was completely torn up and the girls were very badly cut and bruised although not seriously CONSTIPATIONI II tone JA daye al a time without ayoe of the bowel not able snioctionChronleIbis terrible condition durlncthat time did arrtklBKl beard of bah onr found relief sur i wu my case ulltlll began using sow bar from one to three p tucai adayai d wal ticS I wonld lire tot each mottmeait It U inch a relief IJlIXT Ueirod JlUh cANbv- CAThATi L lWi I fVAiiV iVAl A L 9 0SeedOURK CONSTIPATION a tspsy Jisd 5 Iw I Killed His Man At Junction City aatntd y 6o3t noon Louis Fisher col jdrcd ihofc and Instaptly killed Letch Walker also colored Fisher at OLC surrendered tto Marshal Pen n and was brought to tbe Danville jail Walker was shot in the bsck of the headL near the base of the braint The menhad been enemies for some time their ill fueling it issaidi having grown outof mixed do mes t c relations hers ex amining trial wilt probably bq held Wednesday morning Diiii ville Advocate Dennty la Dlooa Uccpl Clean blood means a clean skin 1II beaucy without it Cascarcte Candy Cathar bltirringutodnybanishand that sickly bilioiufccmplcxionby taking tac3retbaauty for ten centa Ail drug ts ssUHction spjarant wd lOcl 60 i Teach fs Association The flrst Tgachers Association was heM at Tathan Springs on Saturd y September J29 1900 Owing to thei mclemenjcyof the weather In the mornrig the association did not convene until afternoon AJnumb ir assembled however before the noon hour and dinner was served The meeting was called to order by Mr iM D Montgomery ina few well chosen remarks Miss Jennie Eedding was the 11ni andJcmorning bo deferred until the next association Reading Circle work was theta en up and discussed to sjOme length From the dlscuesiqo we gather the following At the In 8 itute held in Spriflgfteldtu- gust 6 1900 a Reading Circle was organized consisting of eighteen members Pages TbjLorv and Practice and Quicks Eductional Reformers are the two professional books prescribed by the State Board A large tiollstsedlnltbetwo booki At this Institute a committee was also appointed to purchase some books for the Teachers Library At the IId of the discussiol the following DMobyMrResolved That iij be th sense of this association that it is just and proper that tbe Teachers Library cornmitteeof Washing ton county be instructed to purchase at least one half doze pie HachO1 the tw proI fessional works prescribed bylaw viz Pages Theory and Practice and Quii s Educational Reformers The teachers who attended the association were Misses JOnnie Ridding Nan Die Sweeney Nora Shumaker May Lear Messrs M D Montgomery E P Dead mad and W F Grigsby We also passed a resolution tbanklngthe people of the vi cinity and the members of Mt Olivet church for the use of their building W FRED GRIGSBY Sec Notice of Sale By virtue ofa warrant from Hon Chas E Sapp USCoUi lector of 1ntrnajsRevenue Lou iisville Ky I hereby offer for sale the real estate of Ben P Colvin near Willisburg Wash ington county Ky containing 40 acres more or loss and adjiv cent to the I Buijof T E Wilson on North and West by John Mcllvoy on South Taylor Perrill on the Easy to satisfy iaxtS duO the Government for the sum of 115509 with 5 per cent and cost Sale to take place 19001ataboutR C SPEED Deputy Collector This the 19th day of Septemper 1900 I TA THAN SPRINGSr From Our Bpoclai CorrcspondcBV Uncle Tbos Hodges returned ome from a ten daps visit to relatIves near Lawrencdbirg The death angel visited the homefof Altnzo Hahn aud took away his ltenmontbBoTd baby The remains will be interred in Pair View cemetery Mr Boone Shirley finished np threshing llabt week and has driven in home while coming home from Bar rolflabure Monday night Afr Rufus Fosers horse got away theIbugyy ofiMr Ed KostPr and Gnn Arm IllIstruck Withia cyclone of wed dings Mr Dock Kays 5id Miss Sarah Keeling wOre marrird last Friday night Elder J A Blmms officiating Mr Will Royalty and Miss Driskil were married Sunday nigh Eder J A Simmi officiating Mr IsaarjHahn and Miss Ela Armstrong eloped and i were married Sunday night We wish them rtong and prosperous lives Quito a number of our people attended cointy court atreportl r dsburg Monday They the largest crowd that was ever seen in that town TWcrowd was variously estimated at from SIXtO eight thousand The Ho John W Yerkesj the neyt nIernor made the best speech hnV31teJIng assassins as our lIttle boy acting i 1 I KK KK KK K VAt CELETRITUBoo- ttt ieee reYiet srnor eaaaVafieeMfe hit latariaraa whir tJae ntatxitioof the Mui Jt nindss siMees loss of see tkrevgk tM- arlaedeCaY C tile orwa =ala elo1D8j achlnr lathe back secvsusu pa41sc7 baakfalaeNo palpitation of the Hart coutieatioa ala osbtMissMrusiti Is lpletti1LiMa ef Manboo Tesan4s olyosag aM akWJeo areMtctedwttkI strstcisg or tearlef It Ou New Mstkd TrsatbYC1ISare liseus ksce It disappears u caa IUSt return WC care 1MttaJIHtcLtug avd eet We 8MMt a 4 Ce 0v JNo Pav Kidneys BladderLausIaIaem bsqsuethekl4seysares great MiINS CdiMMC Car TMaeala Of wealHMM IhaaMUartha beck taaflaMT- actaal fn iaaatly4ti tlariM coldeess of hud or feet a drowsy ZIisg Is TVsaIMt Kl 5N UM Wttbt Wrtttss Cete bWleesJaeIsseMIkeaysIkMtr1 stricterse of 8 year stndLng I was opcte4 a twice aaierrolar great snfferlnc bet only gottisiporary rIisf Iwu finally alTtoed DraiMz weeks tM etrictarn dune was retsored ta eIllt wee and ay sexes aa fry ned TttaUty retirneS en I waa a man la every respect recoataead yen doctor with aty whole Mart CURES MAUNTEEI NO CURE Hi PAY Before TnataMat M IK IysniIIssr wpes Qautios List Ut Kama Tuataiiat Drs mni togao Il Il K K KK Go ruor b tfclum would term a are going to be a considers be obstacle inthe little boys way ptri nr November You t jjtll copchcoflcaughkou kaff Konph or kaugh hut tho onlj barBilcs3 remedy that quickly cures II Is O ito Minute Cough Care Haydoa A R obertsonVbEYHIbL From Our Regular Cpi respondent Mr Mack Giruncly was here Sunday with hjsj patents Mr Elliott and wife ispont Sun day last with Mrs Elliotts parentf MIsirMlrandai Tucker visited Mammpth Cave iasf week Miss Ethel Goatley spent one day last week withi lMiss Susie Afull can LoulsYllleilparents near here Mr Benedict Janes arid Gecrge Mullican were at Maud last Sun day Mr Fritz Dors yw s over to Maple Hill Saturday arid Sunday Mr Paul Thomas has returned- to Lebanon to make It his home iMr Doc Reed and wife were called to Wills urff last Taos day to the bedside of Mrs Thom as Reed who is nut expected to i j SnMrLebanon isi TLiting his gisndmothor near ere itt present jIJohn Snyder sold hiFQfarm to F W Carueyfor 911100 Ead Boblett sold to Crook Co two fat cows jqJ155 John Hughes soldr farm to Sharad Weekly for 2250 John Outsinger sold to Jim Tobin one mulVfoi 50 Mr Care Xf Burginj bought of Mrs Grundy the Store house at Valley Hill for 925 and also took Mr Sam Dorsets goods Mies Susie MOOTot Bards town wjis visiting Mrs Lvddane last u day You want to- get well Who loesnt l But you are difco aged Youyetried f medicines that ised much but promt keep their promises If you want to get well try the medicine that makes people well DRPIERCFS 6OUltNM DuAL DISCOVERY POe diaaaaea of the Mom asdlczaxs e digestion and nHtritkm this medicinei offers a practically vafafflag CarL Nlnety teht per cent jof aH who use it get well I eannot ncprtM ell atyJWi = giatftlacu to yea wrft ffo X Clerk of Enterpnle I Shelby to Mo had de Itpalml of ever tftttlsg welt I I bad been la fid JuaUa fcr I twelve rears Kadi aches aS I through nomb band cold Jfeet and eTEfytWwIattdU 1trteaed meTxswtIs ebantipatcd v nr edand nlIrttint WIOk toyoalthoaght I CQIIldl1eft btmnd bn taken atx botUMof nr Pierces G6 d a MedIcal DtecoTcty Iieiiuwgood Dr M A Simmons LJTPF Medicine has greatly benefltted others and Is reasonably certain to do you good TrY It MACKVILLE Fromour Regular Correspondent Oscar Sweeney sold Dee Dug gin bushels of oats at 25 cts a bushel Paris Pet r bought a house and lot of T J Trent for 130p possession given Ohnatuaas DJed on the 26th MrJohn Wycoff iohs 73th yarIafter a a I i 1528 WALNUT STREET ONOINNATIOHlOJ I short illness of nervous prostra tiOn Funeral services were conducted the following day at Pleasant Grove by Rev W T Overstreet af teif which the re mat s were aid to rest in the Pleasant Grove cemetery frank Henxiptt sold a mule to Gabe Shewmaker fur 2lJ Milton Sweeney sold a mule for35 I John Hiatt bought a calf from J esby Hickerson at 18 Miss Shirley Peyton of Brad fordsville after several eks visit 49 the fatnily wt Wilbur Peter has raturned home James Bowles bought 2G bush els of rye o Willie Raybourne at 50 cts ab shel Wilbur Peter sold a pair ofr twoyear old mules to WB Hatohett Son for 150 Rev G M Humphrey has been sent back to tbe Metbpdist Church as pastor for the coming year We welcome him back Will Tumey of McComb HI is in our vicinity visiting frieads and relatives surryGeorgeurg of for 180 W r Hatchett sold a horSe to James WhUehouse for 60and alsq sold two more for 40j W B Hatcbett Son shipped a load of cattle to Cincinnati for which they realized U and 3 50 per 100 Ibs r Harry Riley sold a long year ling heifer to John Hialt for 28 ich1haspast two weeks closed last Fri day evening With fiftyfive addi tions to the church POLING From tour Soccial Corrwpondont t Mr John Crow and wife spent Saturday Mid Sunday with his mother of Wardsviile Mr WJlliam Wells and 4ife tro spendinga few days this week with friends in Spencer county Mrs Alice Green daughter Edna of near BarasI fastIt are spending days with relatives at Little Union a JL Williams and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with ttiir daughter Mrs John Mcllvoy Mrs Will Eddleman and charming daughter Miss Mary SpeD last Monday with Mrs John Williams Little Miss Efife Coulter of Nelson is spending the week with her aunt Mrs Nan Scott jI Mr Rue Grey and wife Miss- Ed 8 Crouch and Mr Breckin ridga were tbe pleasant guests of R J Crouchs lainily Monday last Thar TOak jo fln1xICl- ubwornen fltaVMa of Chicago arv putting forth their best energies to name the parental school soon to be built by the- board of education after Mrs Alatea P Stevens who died a few weeks aPe For more tbap two years Mrs Steveas worked assiduously to hare the blll pass Ute legislature and finally ssc eeeded After her return to Chicago Mrs Stevens worked with the board of education to secure an approprlatloa for the erection of the school All along she bad great obstacles te ea counter but she overcame them tail now the money Is ready the BIte t chosen nail the principal selected but da Mrs Stevens could not live to see the consummation of nor plans the clubwomen urge that site ccrtalsly should be bouorcd by tin cit- yEh1estJoaep HeI know n man who would bi slnjjfSheI HeeYes And after he had heard you be would give another thousand dollars toUe deaf again I Imagine This fable for ladles tcache thilthe easiest way to Irritate the geattemaii 16 whom one may be married Is t gtiesa bis joke la advaac iBdlaaafH oils Fres iiiiiiiil I e NEW FALL GOODS i I POPLAR AT PRICES Latest Styles Best Valiies JHstWhjat the People Want I DRESS GOODS j In Venetians French Fhnne11s Cheviot CoYerts e t WINTER UNDERWEAR ForMenf Women nd Children allgradesS sand at Right prices r c IMenI J Boys wooISul 4 worth 6 J L1Childsi somethingentirely new and nobby stylesandsl SHOES t We havworked our Shoe stock up tq prn 4 fectiQn asan evidence of jtWem e doing the Shoe bjainesbf the fown Call and examioej our se eral famous ma es of Mens hoesjJ1ader by Morris Shde Mfg 1 Be LewIs Co and v Marcy Bros Co Womeny Shoes tmade by 4i Drew SeUsy Co WyTfBrdi and Pontiac Shoe G o The above daakesare guaranteed Kin every icspect M B are making unusual effort to pleas our patrons in styitesj cfuality and alues this season and are stillofferi ig special Irtducenjents to CASH Buyers OUt cash jPrice6 consist of Chair Furniture Chinaware Art 1j Pottery Brie a Brack 6 11 Li llllillgliafflDllioalljl h iI Ko tuokysS Great Trots i LEXirIGTON OCT ER2 T 13 i5OOOINiST4KESANDPURS X The w rlds Best KacBMeetfe1 J t The 16000 Futurity Tuesday Oct 2 J r e5qoO Transylvania thursday Qct 4 The5000 2rrpld Futurity WedOct The 3J boO Tennessee Tuesday Ooi 2 The 3oooWalnut Hall Cup Monday Oct S This 3qpo Ashland MondayOct8 tyWebersR P SrO r Prest H W WJLSONSecyrr ft P0414 w4 1e Liens elf notice that Automobile Mae4 iromery aays tW horses ofteri make a dire for tie conj be paints romarkea boe art league student to another Well tpere mjlght be sotne truth itsnI the eecofed HlmY a little In cWeat At the art netltata tbe other itey that made me think of Mr Montgota errs preed boast You knfw these big lloof on tbe Blqep of the steps the work of KeBJeja are pretty Jlfettkc I was standing looking at them when a little white poodle came down the atepa la the wk i of 4 womaa with styltek clothes on Tbe poodle had a gold col lar Sreusd hIs took and was alto gether one of the tiniest dandlacd peclme8tl of a dog that ypa cauld Sad He walked tip kHefte ef the uses set tied back M bk kIM legs and looked at tM big MOM beset Tkea he miffed sad paced around Inqwlrlnaly AB at oces be mad np bli RInd He Bade a lore ruU for the JUaa barkl c H rWoaaJy tad ju lewd iaa eg sUI lackM JMc could bark He positively welled Hp and appeared about to ex plode with wrath1 There you are If Kenncys lions so excited a poodle dog H may be thai benea will rat atffontcryi een pie tsrssMCblcago later OcetL TM TrvtUtm MaaEes MetacM waaager ef net LtmtM- Bewvpaper to clerk George take aejJKTaa adrettteeraeaH aa I dictate It gJKi then Itt ap Ready All right WaBted a vsa for a pkaaaat Ilade M poaltiea ghwj hoses light worayjoo ezperieace aece aary place permaiiCHt salary 1000 a year Answer lItowa bandwrlttef Millionaire Greet pally office Glerk I have It down sir aad wffl seed k te Ute printers at ooce BaahMfifl Manager a week liter Gecrta bow many answers were rt teired la reply to that adyertWemeatT- Clei rElgateea thousand ThiisasManagdr nn hour Jater r Good morning sty What can we do for you sir Seedy IndIvithiaIWbnt do yea charge for an advertisement for attwa Won wanted Business Manager Our charges are high 2 sbllllngs a line but you must remember the vasi number of people we reach Why air In reply to OM single advertlsemea t lasertod last Weft there were rvcelyckl 18000 Dlwcnl fwVfta TkElta HeTfUls Little Jar y Bikers are prop paUt ble pTetMtat powerful purifying HtUe plUs HaydoB Robertson 145e541 Te 5wi Whit eseeeso- 0ind Cathartic cure constiunwiiti- cik 1W CCaL11I ugglaeeadas Sheriffs Sal j FOR TAXHMAfl sheriff of Waahlaftom eo ly 1q rWlllOH V MONDAY Y OCT Stod iNS tbe ease being cotraty Mvrtriiay ft ir for 8 Ieto th hlglMwi ayt lUwt alileVir for cash the followlnc dtaciib pep ertyorsousebtbeeeoaawMaMifythetsxeandeostg from the pereo e ixwhoMBMH Wproperty to tea fi beans W tW years fad aaoaets set apyoaHa titW sme- lTS1IL1iIJ 5aTe JSLo5s to aawMi l k MaM epate oa k ifor Ui yea ISM a Hli 100i M m Mi spKiwapiBrj JustwcT xp t 6 Robert BncKHiaB to aataaat si tai sad cost HSews It Sc sesoI 1 t laps ai4 U Fianle lMII Pays to aiWaxe tad oom os lead f l895andl a jdtMiob A T Bellamy toioaai of UzM MdlF ieosta on land oeyer lift irjjf t8 T A1BoWAdHA Haaaiaj a T amount ef tax aad iH in sd IM IeI years 1SN I7 sad W toa5Jitof6LiOLO5VDtMCT i fHenry DaviaoJB to aa a4 f MdOM H mlaw an r W IIh i1 1 Pen MoIW Mek Jz a Myi pect tr see their paxipsfty a i Mta t iJ1tQth M t etUs4 to1L Poww Sbso4IWC 5esnI Ps M Clean blood maaai a thuSb stywitkoetiscieretscecleterS tic eleaa Vour Weodse4 kata k by Btirring rap tW laaf Itvac and drinugSfra the bode DtiabCst litpiipIc iehie bk j and that sickly kosoeou bytei faecaeetbsstI far bee soMe II di tiata 1IrctMHa aaia Ua4 1Ssa5 jjAlltelPteWer 0nwa a Tarn wrHaa hve known Dr MWU Biacaoaa LtMsIiJctkT yoere It is gos cueei eekssps Wsa4Jvrl be44ere k TTHWSi Js D 14 i II MJ RESIDENT M DENTIST BORTOH r J TEETHEXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I 1ti t n fleck r Ire SPRIF1EL11 n1I D tiil Wick trictlyr ltrItc iOS CXSSELL PF4YIAIAN AND tUHteWOH erne mow tihe 1 srd 7MS P Jl iPnAT 1tt1t1tIID liltv r HUBEIt He HORD DENTIST i x t BnuHaii t rmaaaeaNrLLD AA 1iii I ttLAMRTONtc 3- r f OJCB Jgefa tor t DRVSSL SIOCK SPilKGFIELP J KT 4 t I cJlr Riles for t rolMnr P80plDe i Bank HI HIralZ tolp jir YORoFTQh SNIJIISJc t a a1Itti5 BatbeIe- i J gpIyTIELD lY- t YLJ QLAYRRO- OKEpMrat kaW IPlpeelI tectle eCaelee ani Nee1 W o7icCberdhI KY tI5PRINGFIELD f wtA- TTORNEY BIN EH ART AT LAW I 0IkeeY Pe IIBan- kt SPEINGFITELO KY TiiisfcrI f1 f1Wagon ff IdiJ- Nf BY S CLEMENTS head rte at e 17H fif itsgl sal FniMre I dealre to etlry the p1i blio that I ant p epareitedoallki et bsaling- apectal ttlteatlWt given to dellverize- gtreaks sadsievia lat eeekeld geode ritlepheMlfe i7erleave orders r site s B OLIHXKTB v Itnticiy Merits Of BeUville have beck traas ferred sent Louisville oa Bards town ptke where- ebustiesscas their iiacressiitg sje carried on with fi a pk lpmoM ease VacUltle- sbeitr better artyry wy All- coetetitakattetr ihovUl be ad reie- eoor 1 13 t1altDtx t Jlrr ty x ryCl LoaislUICy sarSlepe Nurseryan We have a assortment of trees ornamentaland fruit shrubs for delivery this fall as can be PriCK reasonable we replace for two years solicitallt your orders W 0 ELLIS Agt- MooresyiIleE Ky ProprPike County Mo t rt rear car SSM SMWe- waiter trbai ark yes heaAwAe to saucer VH wlllueyee get well until YoarbeweleerepMng CAAJCAUTA- iikelp fMtora eaie 1ft wllfa gripe or or patti pt edaoe eaaytaaturrl move monta meet yea jtast M cuts to start getting ypnr aeaUh back CASyARBT8 dyotlIMtfe the getiaiiit put up ill Mete eoxee every tablet lw CC tttai emit Beware el lBttt tloa W AITEDfieversi Trustworthy Per noiw In UIM MMe to t aesala ttwir owa cud aeerbanti- ne It1yMate wkeaidxeted at horn lts1ry etrUO ayMrand expennU bona Jbde no more x lees salary Xopthly wiReftl ynroc Mlf4ddrelo1lJd etenin- ogvobope d Herhert I IIoru Pt 1k opII1r X IttO EEiFEEWI i ABOUT TOWN e a 333 t I For upModate Clothing go to UcChord Ron4 Millinery opening Saturday October 6 fctMrs Kate Williams Newest and best Dress Good FrenchFlaanels and Silks shown at McChord Robertsons Superior wheat drills are the best For sale by Thompson Lake Seed lye and the best seed wheat for sale by Thompso- d Lake 4 Best makes of childrens school Shoes can be feund a McChord k Robertsofjs We sell andrecommend Reads Fertilisers for fine wheat G D ROBERTSON 4SON Latest best and most stylish cans and womens Shoes can M found at McChord Robertson s Diamonds and Hearts the play at the Opera House Friday DlghtI promises to be a big hit Dont fail to see it Dont forgot tke opening of the Merchant Tailoring Depart meat October 5tb and that Mc Chord Robertson Waltons Fertilizer for wheitI It has been tried and found t suitable for this soil Thompson 4 Lake hare it for sale m any quantity My selection of pattern hats and millinery goods is prettier i and cheaper this fall than ever before MRS KATE WILLIAMS Forty six earlmiand two year old ewes gad one Southdown brick for sale Price 14 25 for ewes and 110 for buck Call at Circuit Clerks office Spring geld Ky Terms easy a LOST OR STRAYED On or about September 27th from my place two miles north of Spring t field 28 young turkeys with tip 1 of tail feathers slightly clipped Reward for their recovery BH YOUNG Miss Rice Thurman who is the local agent for the Lexington J Investment Co is making some of the stockholders of that com 9dehveriogt represent quarterly dividends A large number of seats have been sold for the entertainment to be given at the Opera House Friday night slid that the show will be a good one goes without saying Mr J J Crotty of Louisville who takes a prominent part belongs to one of the leading dramatic clubs of that place and is a very clever actor LOST OR STRAYED From farm of E S Mayes on Pleasant Run on or about Sept 27th a solid black heifer with horns about four inches long She will weigh about 700 pounds Reward for any information leading to her recovery E S MAYES JR Post office Springfield Ky Hon Frank B Burt of In diana woo is making speeches iji Democratict House here Tuesday night to a good sized audience He spoke on national issues at some length and also touched up state affairs to some extent His renarki were well received LOST On Monday night Oct 1st on the road between Har rodsburg and Tatham Springs a horse and buggy The horse is a black 15t bandsMiigh slim body Buggy nearly new with rea running gear Any isforma tion leading to the recovery of horse and vehicle will be re warded by C C FOSTER Tatham Springs Ky Mr Pat WhaleD i and the Misses Weakley had a narrow escape one evening last week While driving near the railroad crossing the train rushed upon them without warning Mr Whalen sprang td the ground and held the horse wjhich fortu nately was a gentle one and the young folks returnedsafe but a little excited over thd incident Rev C H Prather has been assigned to the pastorate of the Methodist church at this place a doiU preach his first sermon here On next Sunday Rev Ff J Lewis who has had tie charge for two years goes toI Adairvilie Lola cpunty which Is n rliis old home Rev Lewis has made mitty friends during his jfy ar Springfield who regretio have him leave Hon A E Wilson will spook jfcttba Court House here Monday October 22 I wish to sell my farm of 418 acres located three miles from Springfield near Mackfille pike Will sell ail or half at a reasonable price and os reasonable particularncall on G C WHARTON Q C CAMBROK thistplace has a freak ale the shape Jot a dfgThe puppy Ts one of a litter of three and although four weeks old weighs only seven ounces the other two be lug of normal size The little fellow is as lively as a cricket and bids fttlrr tp live fo maturity 5Its mother Iluf he lil itand taa terrior breeij lif Tile Washingto opnttFiar cal Cotort lias been holding its regular fall session this week A large Dumber of Claims have been PaIsedon and other routine businEss MolanfryDerr was elected keeper of the poorhOuse for the next term PhJtiand Mr George Edelen conmis sioner Notice Tobacco Growers- I wish to inform the shippers and growers of tobacco ot Washington Nelson Mariont and Boyle counties that I have made an arrangement witfc the Buck ner Tobacco Warehouse Co of consignmentsand will be prepared to make reasonable advances and nrnish casks etc to parties who desire them to ship tobacco to the Louis ville market and I will make it point to call and see as many of the shipperand farmers as I possibly can between now and thetime of shipping and I would likej for all of my viands who have tobacco that they will likely prise to remember me when they get ready to shipI My Post Office address foe the resent will be Polin or Spring tied The house that 1 repre sent isan Independent House l and own their own warehouse property and have been engaged in ht Warehouse business for 80 years and will assure all who limy ship to them courteous treatment and prompt and best efforts to get them good prices for their tobacco 334m W SY GOODLETT Good Business FOP Satei In order to settle up a partnership the firm of Marks Green Co hftvlag dissolved t thelamber planing mill and coat business will be offered for sale The entire stock of dressed and rough lumber all the machinery of tie mill and every thing pertaining to the business will be sold This Is a fine open iing for the right parties This is the only planing mill and lam her yard in the town and good p Ifpcan joe given at once For fur1 JSr particulars call on or ad dress MARKS GREEN Co- Springfield Ky LETTER LIST List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield KyI endingOctober Miss Lee Bird Mrs Satlie Dickerson Frank fattingly J W Ridgway James Barrels DMessrs Courle1Simmo Co Messrs Fixer dsOrndorff When calling for these letters please isay ItAdvcrtlsedIW A WATERS P M Dont be deceived or bmabugged by people who claim the diecovery of some liithertb ankaown herb ot root Jn Bwamys or on some aaoontaln or prairie for the cure ef kidney or dragle fraudulent Foleys Sidney Cure elm recognlzedas the beet for these complaints dont be crednloua or foolish Hayden fit Robertson x rMothers endorse itfchlldreh like It 014 folks It We refer to One Minut Qougk Cure It will qalckly cure throat and lung troabl 3cafeHas ter fifty cease- 8useseteed toibcc iaWt care Iii aieir9erbi lv tJ J r 0 o I S H 0BS t MI i There is no articlel e4fefe miJ more essentia Ethan theSfco and personpaysthis feature of dress e z We have just received Jour full i r line of fr rl Ladles and Gents Fine Shoes And it is to your interest as well as ours that you see them before buying BOOTS AND WAVY SUMS ryaPt desire to notify our customers that ire andRock j linesCall t v Respty Grandf Clayftrooke Go j RtsQ Dr W C Grigsby was la Louisville Taesdsy Mrs iA H McOhord retitned Tuesday evening from Chicago Mr and Vn W Oottoa of Bardatown were here Tuesday IJim McLaagblin baai returned froM llleeter where he was attending school Messts Charlie Greene and Jim Qlemonta took In the carnival at Lou iBviJle last week RDn W C Grlgsby and Miss Vena and Ella Weakly spent the day in Lebanon last Sunday Mrs W R Thurman and daughter ary Logan came in Tuesday from Lakeland for a abort visit Mr 8 B Thompson attended the bite hors sale of Hudson Bros at ijpais vile last week asd bought a flee read step i D33orge C Leachman of Louts yule was here Taesday evening U see Mife LelUe Leachman who Iis quite lieu R EG Lawson hu gone te Polaskl county to engage ia some evangelistic work He expects to be gone about tea days Mr E 8 Itoyes attended the grand Republican rally at HarrodrtMtrg Monday Mr Yerkes spoke sad there was g big crowd on hand Mr 00 McGill Iis here this week for a abort visit Mr McGill is now located at South Band Ind and has placed his children In school at that jplace t Mrj John CasteU of Mercer county was here last week to see his eon Dr Caasell who k ill with typhoid fever Dr Oaeeell has been gait sick batts BOW steadily teprevin- gf Grandma Oawedy lehereona visit at the Ohesheir home Mrs Oassedy le tteIjrears of age and hs r home teia1 Dallas Texas Ivory year she makesthe trip aloae from Dallas to Lombville aad this year and came r oa to Sprtagfleld Rev W M StaUings to al hose agile after an abeeaee ef e7tral weeks aad tiled the pmlpit at tine Baptist Church 8e day While absent he assisted la two revival aaeet bill one at Bethel at which there were twentyone additions and aa other at Machville resulting In fifty six additions all except four being received hy bapltosa- Oa the first day of the great Lexington trots Oct 2nd the 1O00 Futurity the best colt race ia tile world and the f1000 Tenaewee tae for pacers wiU be among the races Ooanor atott Bonnie Direct S551 HettieG 206J Johnny Agaa 20 Fanny Dullard 2061 The Admiral 2071 Colbert 207 Major Hsicoyite 207jf win Leytmra 208x and nay Pointer 2011 will start It will be slv Kentucky pacers against six tress the reeto the oouatry and whatja race it will be To make fine wheat crops use Reads Alkaline Bone OD ROBERTSON fit SON Administrator s Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Mary A Powell deceased are hereby notified to present the same tome properly proven and the sat will be settled Parsons indebted to the estate are also notified to come forward and settle S G MAYAS Administrator MOORESVJLtE i from Our tltolar Corretf 4i e L Mr Johm Snider hasJBpJd his farm containiifr about 60 acres to J M Carney for lilQO Puss the family rare of Jas M Wall died last week of infirmities of old age- Thoseof our section who vie ited Mammoth Care Pest week report a grand time There were ten who got on the train at Booker ji jsupper at Mt T41icecream was well at t ay night Miss Maggie Smith has returned from Louisville Persons wishing fruit trees will have to send in their orders to W O Ellis by October 15th Thef will receive prompt atten tion We represent the Sunny Slope Nursurri Louisiana Mo We are sorry that Mr J1 Tl Moore contemplates removing from our midst His sale occurs October 12 at 1 oclock p m Mr Jessie Pile wa are glad to report is improving Jicely He liable now to ride arovnd We hope to see Jbimi enjtying good health vary toln Mrs Miranda stehaaiis oa the sick list- Wheat sowing is border of the day and a larke acreage will be swniSome of the tobacco men have comaaoncod stripping Ithieir crops of tobacco Tbct P Moore Jr left for his home Blandlnsvill Illinois last Monday asidldj also Mrs Sallie Marshall Mr Jag L Moore wil1 spend the winter with itsI daughter at Danville Ky- rVariousoPisions are expressed as to the cause of the destruction of the Hardest school house purchasedoftheir farm contaiping about 150 stores for 12250 cash Mr Squire Bf am and Miss Susie Moore of ncatBardstowa tMQoreavUlelUfSqJday Mr Basil Cull and Miss Es NettieHardin Iltrs nM We efrer One Hundred Dellars Seward fee any owe of Cktairh that eaanot be eaied by Halla Caterrk 0 ire lF J CHENEY CO1 Prppsj Toledo We the underslfcned keys known V J Clteaey for tlw last IS yeatand believe Jbtta perfectly bonoraWe m all bus mess trtH8actlop and financially able to carry oat any obilgattoO zaade by their lrm t WkQllHteDrHKKbtToledo WALDIKQ KIMRAK to MARVIK Whole sale Druscgiots Toledo O Halls Catarrh Care la taken Internally acting directly upon the bleoii and mucous surfaces of the s sten jrioe 76c per bottle Sold by alt Druggists tee tlmenials free MAPbeHU +From Our Regular Cprrespondent Mr Will Grabs 1 die4 at his home near here F day horning Sepkeinbeav 28Ji1 Mh Graham WH ancld mH suffered typboidfever at Beech Fork cemetery The Ice cream supper glvem Saturday night at NtZionWas well attended A nice sail of money was realized The money will be need tot the purchase of i stove The annual conference which met at Nicholasville aesigsed Bey W W Green to the pi toral work at Chaplin and Mt Zion Mr Will Tingle has bought property in Spencer county jSlr Harry Grume has bought jlhe property Occupied by Mr Tingle Misses Jennie Cokeudolpher and Anna Pullim spent Satur day night with Miss Eva Suth erland Misses 1esterlnd Hattie Grivens spent ISiiBday eye with Miss Msy Grigsby A beef company has been or ge nixed atMtZionit consists of eight full shares and wilt continue for eight weeks A beef is killed every Friday evening and divided into eight shares as nearly equal as possible These shares are then given out in lot in this way the farmers of Ibis community furnish their tables with frech beef Mrs Alice Bush has returned front Louisville very much 1m proved m health Sbe was treated at St Joseph infirmary Rep RB Pollit formerly presiding elder ox the Dasytile district has been transfered to the Covington district Key J it Dweering Iii now tbe presiding alder of tLis Danville district The former pastors of Mt Zion a eigaecl aa follows H 0 Right SimpcoBville W T Ecklvr Vaacebnrg W 8 Grin Itleatl Taylorsvllle Mrs Huston Grivins and daughters have gone to Marion county this wrek WILLISBURO rear ear fUfjvkr Comept deat Mr Ed Bell of Frankfort w yisiting friends here Mr and Mrs V B Boston iof Bofitonville are Vii ting Mr Joe Hyatt of tills place Misses Nora Mcllvoy and Lila Merrltt who have bees Tailing Mrs AaoieMilltr Louisville hays returned liorae Mr Joe Cbeatham who has ooea atteadlifi school in Illinois for the past two yess hu re turned home He WOK the medal given for the highest general average W B Brads haw of Harrods burg is visiting at this place KriJ L Searcj who bas beet visiting friends in Law renceburg has returned hove A series of meetings ls betsxA held at this place by Bey WYI A Allen and Kev Couch The Bealth Rertoret and IlealthMata- tattier Dr MA BlmmoM LivertMicine Strctllk the Nerve taekee you Enriches plexU6npil1emadeThey are yaequatd for all liver and bowel troablea Ner r grip Harden 4j KoUrUoo Ljfl J1 t t Hitter OPENING Fr4ayband1Saturday i OFOURrF 3 Jlfctanl Ue artmeifl 3s3tI IftItlI ttCiUuii ye1NrYasm SatiSllctill1lm MC lORD ROI3ER is li11 Springfield Ky I JI ikrrtH Dttislc L I UNO Y MA IES JOHN AfM111 mmmm Undertakers itj j Mtnre Dealeri1 r Carry a full line of fine Fur= fineRockinJu Picture Frames 1 t T Our Undertaking g Departnent iT V Is complete in every detail t w t Coins Caskets arid Burial f Robes always on hand Calls fi tf answered promptly W t Main St Bprnofleld KUx il We Load The Proeessroii With Buggies Pheatons Sttr reys and Driving Wagons which you will find strictly firstC tJand uptodate We keep a wa house full of Vehicles from whbone may a setectiqn to suit onest taste and pocketbook 0- r We also handle the Old Hickory W i gon one of the best nth world McCORJDC ftACJ Plows and all iipds ofFarmingJoifleiaonib FEED AND I SEEDS 1 fKY hxFljPM ThiUo tkeAurf world the reported isle tbe woo4 mart Ballyhoo for 500003F Madden who purchased tee Eire with colt by hir side and foal Kingston sire of Ballyhoo Ber Foraythe Bro htrealiaect handaomely upon bis ia vestment hy disposing the mare with foal MfcW ft IAn Fall Ana 1 W OASJFOR GdDf f r l t THOMPSON IX1 SPRINGFIELDb a of is of IB a ia to thin ttwn of Jo p OWt addedLsS t pdoedUe yearling colt bf lIIM- oveE O Correctioer l i fifcM everupoe t JKa dthI grandly brif l lu tj IrrhDd adcef Iaddn llace a price unosWlaanswer vst 1ot1OOMI lIIIiaelt says if the fjnllt wor h14iilfe to teunth the it will take that as 7T 7WIw TTHE NEWSLEADER L Wai1ngfon jJScMn oarEo ul r CoTresponden J t Washington October 1 1900 IIGefl Chaffoe wa ordei i4 rthaj oo1 F3flc kijjio tare whicMpgwill rc inw an Pekio iMjead of ac- pwnipaaf ing iheolner American tpp from Ckina to tbe Philip pines isttought bj man yJi- WMbiBtpiito indicate a belief o the EJjrtof the administcatipri tit tiyVUhdrawal of out troops potn China is Qnlytejnat pbrajr Another tiling which iiriHMjthens tbjvt b lief is Hie or lug of a numboro war to join ournav1 forcp in Aiatie waters liloN our nislcr to China isi carrying Out lTi3 brflers bytarrangipg tfthe ppEningof je ce negdttp thins wIth Li g Chang and the other Chinese envoys tIc administration ig arronging for k f iblo arJ JJWfailu officials I fthTsappearing in German newspa pers kdown to enjoy tio toct of the Edapeidr and being to our paiers it isejs jjfc Sa that thejr jire causing cofe idrable imtatioB whiph maD 1id m bringing about strained 3nLernments It sil4rclarmed at the Deprtment pJE State tha t ftitlgQVfiVnmS has been con tstent all the way through in ILGbinftsepolicy 1 f Vv Senafor Morgan of Ala has received diany compitments fpr r Teferring in a cdmmendatbiy f spirit to the absence of personalI jcampaignaBJAde at the close of a ppMtioafc ipeech and the Senator ai4 l acconijted for It by the fact that the candidates of both of the Zrutt pauies were then whose t peron3l cract3ts and F were bove reproach t He said of the campaign It is party gAihstvpa tf prlfaciple against princtpe and record against r oord mid upon thesejl issues will ttie pcopl decide the conJ totetJ The cake walksa new thing r in politics haying lieretpfpre cmonopollicdcI annouuQfcd that the Womans Bryan AutiTrustVand AntiWar Ciubrcuiiposed entlrelr oi whites will horaH a gnd free fMt iiil cAkfl walk to ragtime Music in Washington next wet ir the avowed object being to Jtttraov a crowd to the meatiqg Japan Uhina Italy and Jer BUiuy each have one or more reiJ reaeii lauvbs on duty in the jOeBius Bureau int atigatmg American methods of handling r aZ1 counting census returns with a view to their jadpptipn DiiecUir Merriam J hat beer giving thfeaB everyIThe United States Act ing Con tiL General t Frankfort Ger interestingtState on the effect of the Chi nee trouble onGermany The report begins by saying that an official estimate of the GermaiI capital invested in China places I the aaapuht at SZl4DOOpp and follows with an ilemize 4 tate L ent of what Germany sold Ohi jt 11899 aggregating 6902000 r i alue and whatJ Germany bought from Coma during the f year aggregating S1042 I 800 The report then I Oingto the troubles in saysI tradwith that country iiail 5liMiBished and many German inapufacturing lines havei in con seq Bncesiff4red severely AcI i thcineeIe industry bf AIxla cdi1oibeing out- workf standingidlefrw disLcharged and one factory has stoppeaaltogether Oihor Ger 1 aan Industdpsf tilso compfam of 4 ucionrartichs for Chi 4 trade cO ttie oilier uaiH- Jjmplatau cpnte from lines work og qn rawioaterials and pro dUts fromCJilnatheprices IavWing haB0aed trade Acootdl Fiscifl Washjugtn Onenan hastin his powertd change the result of lhe fifectiquiin Keuiucky and that tau j V relidenlt New V Oily saidMbyLhe jeiul of the election In theIof pod mars Iiij G rii5lo wilt COW tbdy Sity Kentucky WrDowo g1 if ItO 21ia1fltaiibs pros A lisle no longer has influence jn the councils of the Democrjacybf th largeTiwjng file of the party whidhiirsuf ti cientoDr 1 H Hollander Trra urer Of Porto Rico and ChairlffiaJof the Executive Councilors in Washington on official fsiness Of general conditions jn theI is latd hesaid Everytlijri that r have seen and experieircec in Pdrto lic k s ip hopeful o- LfuturetottiOtb islnd It is r1 measure ioliticalTagitators are dV teingdisc9UUtCd blittlint d einnogiicqary bdingrcleg4edI 40 busj lepjients are fallin td the su ottbferSe1 i i9 tflbtilutions xi3fV tu grqwing4rciuiai At oJ panith Vatcirans iair f GenNel 4n1 A Mile vas unanicibusly elcctd Commander in chief A Tltuusnnd Tongnes Could not xress trapturc 1bf Aniiit Eir 1 Phila iid iihia whenDr1Klng sNIi iscovery cured her of a Mck g cqugh that for many ears h adthinclio a burden iBhd s aysc After allQther remedies ida auctrs iilid it soon re mbyed tno pain In my cites and somefiit higrii ddyidmombdr doing before I feel litre sun ingvnts praises thrqugouf the Universe Dr Kings Nev Dis cpvery is guaranteed to cure allI j trouW6s of the Throat JGhejstqr liungL Price 50c and SJk00 Guar0nteed Trial bottles reeI tatt Haydon Robeftsons drug f rc 5qiEicldcnt Mr Frank T J Boone th0 UlKcksmith at Ballto n was ibe victim of a paltful accident on last Kednesdav aftrtroom In iotap any with his sisteriialaw Miss A ce tfobinson be tstarted Bardsto nand whtoonlytf sborc distance from hoqie thc horse e was driving became frigAtene fat a cow and boar riinnin labd kicking tearing both shafts loose from thobuggy picking tbp dashboard oat and tilrik ngMriBooneon the ankle nearly dislocating it Miss Robiin son jumped from the yehicle and escaped injury The wound ed man was carrhd- to his home and medical attention summoned and although be suffered great pain he will soon recover This is the third accident Mr Boone has suffered within the past eighteen months About a year ago he had his arm broken and was confined to his room several weeks Nelson Record IYOuiwWomell The entry into womanhood Is a I critical time for a gut Little men strual disonjzn started at that time socn girovr into fatal complications That Jeiniki troubles are filIixg gravarda- povethisI Wine of CIXdW estb1- 1hcs a painless and natural menstrual I flow 7hen once this important funcII Ion is started right a healthy lifR I isuaDy follow Hany womenyo I cr4 old owe their lIves to Wine ot I CarduL There ty notIng it to I give woffien freedom from pain and to I tityngwomfoeverydwtyoflitbott1e iI I I i Hfai Della Mi Slrayer tolly Kafu I hive sultertd untold pain at roenstnul pe no4pdlttia fcciwesnnheraUe have taken four bottiesof Wine of Cardul with Thcdfprds Bl4Draaght when hceotUandtoday am entirely cured cannot express the thanks feel for who you have done for roe For Incasoa rcqnlrlnj tpcdil dlwxs ilcns address glylng ijniptoin the iadlos Advisory DepsrtaJODt The Chattanooga tclne Ooojjanjr Chattanooga Tonn JEteusi yspepsi Digests what you eatIt- artlficiallydlgest6toefoodandafds Nature lu strenBtbeniag and Brecon structing tie cxbausted digestive or gnus It Is the latest discovered jjlgesfc ant and tonic No otber preparation can approach It in efficiency It tm jtantly relieves and permanently cures Bvspep55ar Indigestion Heartburn FfaLence Sour Stomaci ffl1Se- aSkk11eadacheGnsfralgiaCzThpsajid other rwul t or medeztdlgestlon repcird by EC DeWitt ACo CbIao woork WrzsArr Druggtita DenlTotftcedSplrsuiJ Smelts TcurljiB Arij To ui tot jcp cuaily acl foforerVcmag eJc uiI or lgo erro xit Ior tu NiTo tQifwuasJcr trcr cr tltat rjalirs weals uf IircguirnflitILig iiucjy vp wicui9 or Nfcv TaUrnuqIn4Cii1ndr In tile ptrniey ol charms etc la very widespread amortj the low er class Chlne ami tlio Sliails In jiarts otXuniian tfhe latter Iii jirtftliinlai hove all ETnaVoTr sumTlots to ward off e vil titejzeniktjtircjflcctlon being ne iuiiincrnblllty onI the tfpnrtV This uscjjnl quality may also bir obtained I vfls Inforrneatby undergoing a cry pa1hiiftilproeeot tattocjnff During my trip fJis shown a dri+ ns ntiat wii1eIi 1ocitd1iilce a bit ortho horsehair stuffing froiirn for c ign an4die giaranteed o render the purchcrs house snflfomflre nda- Cema1jicers 1iorn which would ern bin thtifQrtunate owner tp Hra rQa diatni without fatigue Notfijlng a landed prpprletor prn rofesIa1 sprinter than nauSc for theneJbings nod though enteredjltp nogotljUjons with several pedpb Jfpf the tt ttnnn which would render inc involnjjrgble none of thein was valuing akeptiItl2ugoffered tiethan mormou sum Mjda handsodidfunora Inqaseof cldeiife GeographrcalJonrnaL The twit Rational Convention What snay 19 called the first national covcnfn was not held by either of wuionducteQbysonic ptrrty anti wrisheid inaittu3drci In SeptSnber 1831 Delegates attend ed frontycvery state not chosen how ever 6aja basisc4fctora1ntrcngtli a prtsl cnt and vice grpBlnt woroI nominated and h ilMum ras adbRt od Th Dpmocrnta iil their first national convention In Baltimore In May 1S32 313 delegates being present As this ytar the cnly contest Vas ojer the having a nlkovrr frr rrJ PiflCe44Iis opponehiacotlvrnpd In AVa JiJn4tp fiAil P cdHTr3 Clay 17 out of 24 states rvrttiintd iIr1ce then nomi CoiWentions bve beenth rule Qr iw Woit3cna Coiieg f Lavt Wlthoulhdoobt 6ne of the unique cuntryIsthWahlngt6i ceiiUy held Its annual commencement Its prospectus states that It is pri manly foijwomen and the institute Is the outcome of the hard fact that at the natlodfs capltcljt was Jmposslblo until its f6rmatlonffQr Dromon to get a collegiate prepnrhtiort for tlipar Go lumblan Qeorgetow the Cttjfflbllc athi other great unkefaltleTg otf Washing ton reeolufely stood ojit against ad mission of the gentler sex Finally Mrs Ellen Spencer1 Slussey Miss Em ma OHlett and tyro other women founded the Wnflhlnjjton College of Law and It baa proved a great succesa Soy oral young men students at other eel loffna have knocked nt tile door nfhta institution and they have beea admit ted Coeducation In legal lorejs now going on peacefully In the Washington college Sweet music appeals to the hcaH and sbal ar d lightens many of liies burdens If jyc hjixecvcr hoard the swocttouc3I Steger Plarto you will reach the highest standard of oxcollencp has always booathe aim InthoTnanUfric tureol the 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Tcaspoon et plate r uckelctemwlnd and tetMaonreritgood steel htndleiaoo puted eoodi fix eacb Knifes and buckhorn hsiWicai250 Foor atil Poor LtyIng When JinrpBrldgjJr the famous scout t of uefcplanfe groWcldi he thpught j would lite tpTettr frotuJhasaniwhst SSluGttB life of at lnlninnttnilU gQlUe down rft tile nf ibe cast tvliloh to him meant Missouri So he usej Via bestjnlcavor tp find nicompetent urea JJilVlBtplace an4vwunt baelrrtqMIs eourli T KjjL cur or two passed nntl oqi diy Captain It ellnttrc commandant bt the posJ vhfch IlfTdger lsd left Burprisea to see old scout heave in plgUt Wlien ho cube lnythe rap tain asked r Well Brdg r what bruigs you back Jheren i Captain said Brld er fl want to m hnotr tntjrmit ntr nirflln t Indeed Whyfi thought you had eettled down In caster theirest of yduriifelLl Well Ill tell you bow It Is teat td Mstaura ahtIJf ybxill bcllovc lttheyvp got a raIlroad stVodlbih ten milo 0 oIdplaco ycsj jaWt arailroU Btattoni Tad whatls itvpFo theyve gdf a rauchiiow In avery four mile I tell you what caps the aint pure down there no more Is that pps iblc But 1 bought yptfd lute be gpoa thing3 tq cat they have down ithcrc You lllie g o4bhaga t t jfcatIirememb rrf Qood Tngslb eat didnt have a bailed thercIyoathoc whple time I Companion Elephant Stories fTnlklhg of crephant fables ant mal Jralncr said Jj Take for Instance story of who stuck a pin in eiephanta trunk arid years afterward del bytiipremum bcrtn I arirshihjrised tbat any one should take this yarn serious ly Wiry average thlektcssxc elephants hide runs from IMf an Inch to two Inches deep sow imagjlae a pin going through that thickness on an tirrond of path It youidXswalloW pin and break a needle 7be fashVncdK elephant fitory that any real basis truth Is oslo that makes tneblg jratb afraId oT a mouse Experience In winter quarters of a show vUere and rats thrive cbnvlncca one of tins fact iImouse will make an entire herd noisy with fright and n rat will theip in a euqdttlon of derlperate fear r4heieuirauy defqjid Itself agalitst h lion tiroi any otjhcrnatura erie my but Uugaldcant size ofca mouse banks hl conception pf offbh sire or defensive warfare Tire mousci la quick to bo crushed dndcrfpot or to bQ by trunk and ic can sqampor over his rbugbhlde With impunity The elephant realizes his helplessness against such ji Diminutive foe niiaTcnrns to fear It as h fears no other uhlmal Bbffnio Eiiress Tho proKfesaivo nations of world are great food eonsumiiiB nations Good food well digested gives strength If you cannot digest iill you cat you nocd Kodpl DySpopaiaiCuro It digests what you cat You need not diet your jhelf It contains all pf tho dlgestante comblucd ilh tho btst kiiowntouifcs and rccsuslfnctivcsv It will digest all clasBoa PTjfoodsiri abdttip1 jfp other prcparatlp will Oo this It instantly trolioVosruwI quickly icu ea all stomach utL1Cb r 6ii Rober1noir aiopn lUolil- JAJtor exposure orwjbori you feel a cold coming on tao a dose of Foleya Hbnpy ond Tar It never fails tp stop a cold if taken iii time Take nothing else Haydon Rot rtflbn Tohrpvput consunlplilon tfuickly iabat antI lung troubles with Ono Miiir utp Coii h furn Ilayaon Robertson JUST BLSHED oooooo3copeopocooooeoae so o I Rjn Rjicnie ot therattt poIiHjal F8btot tfte century oa wDicr be witloa tvts q wttd BJ KEHUOIIE3 r iv scnjtyEi nail L VILL2yi OnaXargo Octave Volume Over 100 o mustraJohi CIoUi Extra 0 UaiI a ofPrceH throLouIsvlLIo S 0weiobifteed sni0 nlftfv in th1 Jtmarkatle campirfrh t iat evertopk o aand cpun YUhu pen and a vist fund of incident 0record tile 0 authora haX produced a most volume of S Will h1atory fl ldithf Same tlmK a reliable hanalbook of Latin thata a tf rcfcrenoc for years to i oPlratClaseAgont Wt d gCOMPNYPULISIIERSJ 0 Kos 81 38 nafl 35 Ejas Fourth Stroc Cliiciswyitl Ohio 5 QeooeoG000000000000es STAfiTINStatS tin tags showing emajl stare printed on und r eldo of tag Horeo Shoo J T Good Luck Cross how and rutNatural lath Tin Tags are of equal value In secur big prosQnts mentioned bbloiv and may bo assorted Every man Woman anti child can find something on the list that they would llkb have and bavo Fort Pepper 8etODO each mcul Pipe ground ete Knife Keen Knife Keen blad ad iniks bestqnsiIty1 roods Gcnolce llopcrs Table Spoons beit Z- Forte Air ease was the the cqpn the air fi wan the the tire man the was the tie old has of the the mice put the too 6ls the tire oven Ta euro at By free coin ViOL a EIzcb bcnnlnS noecri KuJrci Md latedgoolaOrjiaIendar Gun case lcatberno better made automatic double action orSS caliber ccSTyerbaadsomo 50 is ltaialsgton mfleo sior2 caliber Watch sterling direr full Jcweled1000 suit Cue lealberliendsome anadnrablo ion Otelng flxit eli 1510SiBeyo1yorEeeI Ulde Coite16ebo 23cUbei1510Oaltar Wuhburn lnIsldtUlO SOWMdonbiebarreC haalmer J BboOuaIOorUgaue2010 BIcycle stadsrd mare o- rRents5300O QonlltemLigtoa doubl- ebsrrei51fllDbolmmmerlesf jnoo THE OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30W fSCO gyUEAIMN MIND that a dimes worth of STAR PLUG TOBACCO Xrtlllaat longer and afford more pleasure than a dl2ic worth of othortraud TI TEST Sqnd tagato CONTINENllA TOp ACCO CO SLUals Mo HEALTHY OLD MIL JIL15Y pastfii1Iehsiiv ontrolledrin earlier lifeoe to affect the constitution t Those pr disjlosed to Scrofula Cancer RbeurOatis111iiQUt252raOU1e21 flsreOitaryt5onblegmav escape till then but its ULfI5t1S Jibed so hong iafnted and weakened bfaacunnu1ate waste rnritters is no these posohsand notbing surely thid cffctua1ly does thin as S S SrS S strengthens and epri bes Jiie blood nurpmves thenppetnte and buticts general constitis tipnu lit is hot only thebest blood purifier but the best tpnIcfc old people Itwanns theblood tones u the nerves rcinoves all laJdtfrom the blood aadpVfevents the43 yeI6pnient of disease S S Sj i4ihe only purely vegetable blood medicine fcnowjn Not one particle ofjncrcnry pdtaah or t without tirm jCancer JlHsm Eczema Tetter 4lc It purifies anti restores the blood to a bealuly normtcoauiuon asia maweit imposswre nor any poisonous waste materials to accumulate i Yrin hup nn nlariintlnu snr or an rbstinntp tilcerthat refuses to heal or are troubled with boils and crbundtryS S S It never fails to make a quick and permanent cure of these pests It your system is run d own ana youvieei the need of a tonic S Swil1 streiJKthen and help you ns it has many others to a bnppy healthy old age S 3 cured Mr U Borjfi l ot Saumsylile Va of ncnsc of bestphystcian2Inagorahd there has been no roturn of the dUcasci had without y pu ore about ybtir disease and will send us a statement pf physician give you anyjncniaaticsii advice wunte l for which makeno charge TrvPt oornnii SkIn Diseases to any dcairinw itt Address Swift Spccc Co Atlaata Ga sOLD itaJ- NO iNnr ViceProfciaent Accountanb LExIToN IIWESTET co- eq BRANCH A ADDAMSMaflaqer c i CUR5ROWTft iIe fc PatdCertIiUde Ho1dersto September 1S9V i 8 031 0- 3cj NdyiPOO 7200000 SELOHDfc pISTRIBUTlOF THE WAKOH BRMCfff APRIL 1O II AmtP1on jAnat 2d Cbopbn 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Falling Hair All KuW ISoressyuiitoms i Poisons in the blood To cure to stay cured take B IL B Botanic Stood Balfa winch nukes the blopdpart arid rich B B fl will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to atop fptcverj the skin tq become clear and the breath sweets B B B Is jvtet the rem edy you have been looking fair jlhoroHghly esfed for 30 years Our readers are adyisedto try B B B jFor stile by druggisteatlj er large bottle six large Bottles full treatment 5 bottiTogiven away write for it Address BLOOD BAXrM CO Atlantaj Ga Describe your tnnible and free perspn al edicaladvice given Cared of Chronic J larrhcea Alter Thirty years olSiaRerlB i suflojod for tplrty years iwIth dial rhosaf and thought I Was pti bclnc cured sass John S Hallowiy of French Camp Miss I had spent niucn tlmo aid money and suffered much that I had given np sit hopeof ro eryf I was so feeble from the effects of tjje Diarrhoea that 1 could do no kind oflabor could not oven travel bntpv accident I wasjarmittetl to find a bpttje- of Clamberlains Colic and DiarhGiis itothoil y and tutor ChpIera taking soy oral bottles Jiiiiii entirely cured pf that trouble iam Ctpleftw lwlth the result that I am anxious that it bo InreaqB of all who sufforas IhayeM Forsale y liaydontfe Robertson Druggist 7 hail If True The average society woman worSgas aord at pleaBUrea as the proverbial mill horse writes a foreign correspond ent The constant excitement tells up on ner already weakened by late hours overetimulating foods and the constant recourse to called restora jtives hence tho necessity for till kinds of cures to restore the ihausted vi tality of these overwrought slaves of what iscalled pleasure The very latest thing that the jilsir ionablo woman has taken np Js hash isle or as MonteChristo culled lt jhalchl3 the ambrosia which Hebe served at tire table of Jupiter IP oth er words opium stacking has become tine order of the day I had heard that rarlslenhes find taken to tue hablf vci7 strongly some time ago pulfr could never have believed that It w uld ever obtain any hold upon EnglisnVo men There Is however moreHhhn rone lusurlons den already Jn exist ence patronizei by sonje of the smai Prt aMJl most cicIuBlVe of the sex Theceonlnqes pre admirably coridncted and perfectly quiet In fcyery way but it Is aj greet nlty that this new vice should fever tiaye been Introduced It la pernlclpus nnd uhnealthy Jn every way nnulj oncBthp habit becomes root ed npthtngoa earthcdnfree tha tli tim from Its tyfaiiny fc8he Is enslavgd body tnd soul and It Is a slavery that one only end in madness 6rvdeath Philadelphia Times a V MwiT Martin In Afcnali Mrs Martin wife of Prank Mart6 engineer to the nmeer qt Afghanistan one of the very few white womcij who have eVer lived In the capital pf tint strange cflufitryl She baa lately prrlveii tt ImIa and gives somo inter esting facts about the coHrt x f Afghan istan Shp sajBvthe ameer is khid andI courfcoustb thQ Eflgltah nail dora best to makrf things pleasant 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