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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I 14 J E S I I I rle J f Io 25 r SPRFNGFIELDJ SHING ONCOUNryniNTuOKY JUNE 2tf 1901 8bC jJ1 i J J frty 1100 A Yi 1i f I I xt C R Harmon I Jkydop1r I JMMRTON CO LFTAKERS i jMALMER ori artkinas otFlIn ral npplies PtIOlCII SrtIjOF1ELU K- TM ou1 ECT RY f fOUnty at fsbiile soiiikwest of tex IIt rrom iulsville on Eards wn bE rto4vt11eana a1iilI wikittii f jJnSnda8rlcuUarldl8 trtot Tw Haksi telegraph and telephone MMi cMrMK ffico flour mills lumber u1hO 1100 Ii o1 11 wSaContloss HonD H lhi4tll xv 1 aia Xetuc jtgisI t r C F Jlw1Yip riKM rwemtoUTtftkBtate Beia1eY1Ofl U r IiMap l5v1U KyT ctfUHTV DIRECTORY 011curaoutr Ctrcu ctbigh oatha routh IearY and October CE MtcQfJUe IT B weMyCrnrnoncatth Attorney yCiCThrk 11 W SLiii astfi CoD iOBI 1JMITLMLY COVftT utlse4efrL iQI4II7 ayia ZaalrZjAprtI iJUlY nd October L LLUil Judg fC BOUNTY COUHT I Co yCur meets 9fl the fourth Mon tftv1neachmonth Blfltsc Judge W FHooker County Clerk JTS MaycSfCourtv Attorney j 1 R jmttb Jailer WfloweI RtterW 71- W o4 BLdne Ojborue1 fDell i1roaC1Qake EdMitst rs f jamesF IoSro ouuty T p O BrynA RWardPpUtY A arnpbeILtOUfltY Trtaslr JcX Montsomery Coroner PNSI9EOTOPoWflBacr Police Judge c Marshal pWDCttlybrookotYAtt0rfleYl 4UTIOQUflT e titecow tSO hold in JanualVi Apt fkly aad Oejolier i rStCHRCHDIRcTORY13APT1S1 i George W Swope rMor Services sTOfIckool at 830 Prayor Meeting on Wed esdayalghtat 730 p m METHODIST CnURGIi Uw 0 HPrather Pastor Spvvices on the ftrdt and Third Sundrvjv la each nnnth at It a m and 8 p m gsYTERrAN OHURCl flfevllE 0 LawsQnP torSetvlces very gurnIijpi na Dan vpm JthyiMeeIl n 4 eve rhr C1tcbt A HOL O ll RC t ir KeVlF i1eBypjIJI lor S er1C ry k t day attf ajad 10 o tock azet3erv atficRoseBamokpucf CHRISTIAN CHURCH evH Frtilpyipastor Services iec Sunday Lnqhzipith at the 1adist efcurciu i FRXTERNTSL ORDERS 0XA5o1tqmeets o4oonaLopdsy iacach BMat- hWashlngtorfllt fchaptori No 37 meets 1l tfrerjr third Monday Springfield Council No Si meets every takMonday I i JKTsorHoK6nMeet every evor- itdTfoarUMOfldab 4 In each month KKIIR rs OMHB Meet1 every k4 Irst Wednesday of each nionth ULMeetst every Wednesday night la wig nIB McElroy HalL J ridN TlM TABLE irtiul mi DtMrtiw ol Twins = 424 LM rK HjorSprIngflo1dLv53Ot H Valley Hill 541130 SlM la 03Bookera 5 41147 1l154 Orbakes 541 It 37Woodlawn 2t8 1127Eudy TtmAt 6 122li 1115 DardetoVQ 6 23 50Nazaeth 8203ii 1033Sam1s8413oL I illi h10 tOCanoSprln 683405 1Q0Hobbs 65SH15 9 52 Clearmont 701480 54r 9 4J viTBardstownJunct T 5 00 te0 h Bhephwdivllle 720 a2 IubeTst 727 2outb Parkh 739 J8 South Louisville 7 50 5 5- 880LyLouisUleAr80jljl0 IAAIIUME1DISEASES rt the moit fatal ofalfdisa tM FOLEYSac ej tuned GonUfaw 4 ttcognized bykIt FcciansutI dnCy attd Bladder IeI-Wal Fotey s Honey am TfQWCSUf NO w fw r b b ot + i N WIf L t 4- R 1 r U tft i L 1 i = Odds and IN- 1k r 5 I f r F 1 mIlBHQS I claim no bow will harm a man Nor Wok nor ranaway cavort Stumpflock prbalk orucatamaran Ef youll jesl treats n like youidrt ntwhen I see the beast abused And dabbed around as Pvc seen somei I want to see ila pw ier noosed And just yanked np like Absoliim Qf course theres difference in stock A hoes that ias a little ear And slender built and malterbook Kin boat his sba jder mighty near While one thats thick is neck ndI Chlst tuAnd big in1gnd tall lin flank fnat tries to race I4itIllinsist Heli jba to tkettJieMCOnd rank And t hae jastTald bacSand laughed And rolledjand wallered in the grass At fair tos ofome heavy draft Lead out at first and come in last t jp Each hoes has jisjappointedi pla ie The heavy nossjahould plow thesqil The bloode4jirScer he must racE 2 And win bIg wCes for his tolg L I never bet nor never wrought Upon my fellowmen to bet An yit at times Ive often thought Or my conviction with regret 1 bless the bos from hoot to bead From head to hoof and tail and manel I bless the hossas Ihave said jFrom head to hoof and back again r PIovemyQod the first of all rThen Him that perished on the crose lAnd next my wire sod then I fall Down on ray knees and Jove the hoaav c r J Whitcpmb leyt fuHATOiiERROAD Ttie projectof atiqthhrralirOaci finel from Louisville to Nashville which takes m Springfield en route has been sprung again and although we dont have much faith in tbe iDimedi fulfillment f the scliame it iis somethingfor the inhabitants ajp3g the pro bsed routeitodreamcibottt these languid das The t fpir wHInh appoarepinlbe Courier Journal several days ago and which we p dprQduceinanothereUlUtnUtPlSf who is said to be negotiating tof build the road Tbr route is the one mentioned in come pre vious projectsj and the plans for establishing the line Jiaye alsp been mentioned before It iis proposed to buy the Shc1byille Blnomfi d road and also the qld Cumber and 0bio line from Lebanon to Green burg This lline is tto be extended from the latterl points on to Scots vijlfr where it will connect with the phcsapeak icNishville to Gal atin Tennj Of course the gaps iincluding the one from Bioom field tbrougjh Springfield to L3bt anon are ti be filled We dont know much about Mr Peter Arr llung but according to the item referred toh ftas lots of back ingl We shicerely trust that Peter has the jacking and here s hoping tha his fondest dreams will be realized 13 ASMEHS CLUB farmers tas a rale ate low to take up anything new This charac teristicmora often results to th disadvantage of the farmer him self than to anyone else for the simple reason that he fails t grasp new opportunities calcu lated to be of material benefit toJ him Au effort has been made tfc work tip an interest iongi the faitner of Washington coun tin Jfarmers club An organization hasj been formed but th farmers arjevsRW to take hold and tof show a r interest inth matter 1bis indtfferencef on tptxfcbithgfmers is du q belieyaj more to carelessnes- and ignorance of the subject thananyth ing e1se That afacffl ers club qrany kjjKLofatxprJ ganization bat brjngs the farm ers tooth sr for mutual Benefit jsa good tl ing none can deny who has gi ren the question any study The e Jarmers clubs have been organ aed in the majority of the countiei in Kentucky The theIauspices Kentucky u of Agricul tare which by th IWZtYIIs about the only real good work we 1 ave ever heard of as cqming Iro that department of the state government It h asp been the plan Qf prpccdure clulhave b3 w tli irrii up a lstt I i Ids Q Gossip e e i c t At these iinstitutes which IItut condUeted by menemployedl the Agricultural Bureau qjr stionsof benefit to the ers are bought up and dls larmJJ i Advanced ideas in BndI valuable methods and hints are Lien out Instances of when farmers clubs have been of material benefit to the farmers are numerous and some cases quite hear Home we can quote Marion our neighboring coun YJbas a large and flourishing farmers cub LasS year after wheat bar vest the farmers members ot the club putall 5f their wheat in a pool and instructed a committee to sell it to best advantage The locaL millers were approached No theyw6uld jnakeno conces sions They would simply give the same margin as they had been doing for years Thp corn mittee then waited on the rail Jroad company and secured a freight rate enabling them to ship their svheato Louisville on a margin of four cents oltba iiaretmillers said go ahead and the j trwersloads of Marion county wheat went into Louisville on tHat basis wheti the local millers weakened at 1Idasking the farmers for their Jwheat saying they would Ukej on the sane margin Res1ltJ jthe farmer secured a rase of several cents on ttltr crop which hthey would not otherwise haveI j lejoyet ea mdmBerS of a fdrmers c1u1g determined to buy nineteen farm wagons or a certain make Local thdeeach no 1less Some time was spent m correspondence with thE- aritifactuerswhichrn resulted in a stpricethe wagon Result a saving olT 25750 or SUt50 for each farmer pn the price ofhis wcgonjj U tMERS INSTITUTES It has been customary Jhl counties where farmers clubs have flourished tto have farmers jinstitutes These institutes arei conducted by the Commissioner of Agriculture and are no ex jpenseto the farmer ImprovedI tmethods modern ideas and other i LLattersjffitt to the farmers are discussed and a general interest Fs worked I up in various agricultural pur uitsAn effort hasbeen made tto have a farmers institute con ducted atMthis jplace hut owing tto the lack of interest manifestedI inj the matter by the farmers the affair was about to tall through A few members of the Washing tton County Farmers Club got together last Salurdry and in a conference with Hon M G1 Leachman of this county who iis connected with the agricultural buieau it was decideol to have a farmers institute at this place on or about the first of Acgujtt the exact date to beaunounced latex farmereS and particularly the members of the farmers club should get to inleresioIts to the farmers benefit to or ganize and pull together as weIll a isin g 44 ieefor harvest approaches the tbee wheat crop for fits couuty prom eiiises a very poor yjeia and some Isto say that it is almost a failure with themThe main trouble seems to be due to the ravages of the Hessian fly Wheat that has Igrown up and Is beginning to head out is seen to fall over and upon examination the stalks are found to be cut at the joints by tbe fly or the little worm that hatches from the flys egg There is notne complainLof smtfl also and the wheat whichIS Ldeoat and fill poperlyr1t simply an off year for wheat n t remarked a prominent farmer uand thats all there is to iitt Iinand I dout believe the county will yield moro than half a crop ihUyear MACKVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent WJ P H atcbett oida corn hinea 5yearold horse to Walter Raybburae af160 7 Miss Emma Cox one of ptfV charming ypung ladies who hpi 1b teenton bps returned home Died last week John Carrico Jol general debility mills 50th lyar Interment at Peters cemet ery Le Hiatt bought a combined 8 year old horse ott 100tLie Terhune of near Harrods burg longht of George Turner o tftalso of James Cochran at 7250 John Royalty bought of Lee Hiatt a 10year old mare and mule lit 51CO Watts Bottom bought ofI Sam bull of Harrodsburg onetoy earcld colt at 50 also boughk a yearling filly of Jo Bottom at 8750 J T Watts sold 3 yearling steers to Alvin Hatchett at 5ti Mrs Mollie Whipple iud Miss OUi Baker of Louisville reI visiting Mr and Mrs Frank Henriott W T Peter spent the first ofr the wk with relatives at Brad fordsville J pro J L RatclifF of Rich mond closed quite a successful Jj 2 day writingtschool Saturday George Wycoff whp has been attending sboolat Danville has returned home It harbeen discovered that eye salves a id waters containing sugar of ad oft M produce lead poisonfatal i figh if not to life You run a treatTo speedily a ndiP6rm 1cn tty curesore eyes granulated lids or styes without e possibility of evil aftereffects use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Goo druggists sell it Call at Haydon Robertsons rugii ore an 1 get a free sample of Cham beriain Stomach and Liver Tablets aheyalso iraj rove the appetite strcngtherTthe digestion and and bowels They are easy to take I and pleasant in effect i Yerkes 1AthEttt Cincinnati Enquirer says 3be the friends of Mrtt wisbes1of plaialy setforth inaJJ made today to aDttFnquirer representative by Mr Satnue Roberts editor of tte eade The influence of the S mouthnext campaign that it need be no surprise if the candidate for ViceIresident shall come from i a Southern State When tnai time Domes one Ulan will stancdout strongly and thatt man is John W Yerkes In thy judg inent Mr Yerkes is the strong estmapIn the boathern States to if the time for sell e daYJand at hand I have DO d his strpngth would be- recognized xvlr Yerkes isastrong able man whose Qualifi j cations rise above those of tb Bs s statesnian That he is the DOSt popular Republicaiytn Kent ky tJ day here is no doubt 4d- e I feel asuranoe iin making1 th same Assertion with regard tto the entire South I believe that nOt only vill the claims of t Kentucky be recognized but the qualficallons of Mr Yerkes asI ithe moist available manwllI be apprec1atedtThe associations ben with the biggest men in the Repubii llican party and that he is in cicordciciii dbyl aateslicansl cjf the bestjnforraation all oyer thje country u Mr Roberts refused to say that the pos sible candidacy of Mr iYeil 3ll bad b en much talked abont among the Southean leaders but stated his opinion as the result of hjs observation He declined to say that he was i Ubj any ma iner authoriced to speak either for Mr Yerkes or the party leaders in Kentucky and the Soujth Advocate A few months ago food which ate for breakfast would not remain ou my stomach jor half anhour I used one bottle 6f your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure a4 can now eat my breakfast and othet meals with a relish and rcy J g1equalstomach troubles H T5v Kf4Ql PnpepSPlttsArJingfonti what yotj eat Hayden Robertson AK OLd BILt A owflIIIoffleIdBankI Years i1lOsu Mr A C McElroy cashier of he 1iirst Natton Bank ofithis place has jn his posseSSIOnsj cuiious piece ofbaoney that has a queer history which is of local interest The bill is of the old fashioned onlyti SprJngfIeldparticular bill is five dollars and date on it is SeDtemer 15tbc1818 It is payable to Thos 0cFoster the cbriCtenw Therbill bears the signature Of Mat thew Walton president and John Calhoun Cashier The thryown to some of be order cit izens of this place He was one of the first settlers in this re gibn and ownedin all t byheS Fpring5eldc oronuityC Courandtwastqe real founder of tbetown o isfj whose name appears as cashieriawas the father of the late James Calhouo well remembered byot many ot the people here and the grandfather ot Mr Will T McElrpy Thos Ca Roberts was Jhe father of Mr John R jbsrtj now a citizen of Louis vine Very little is remembered about the Fctrmersaud Meicbaits ictsBank beyond the fact tint j stood abouo where the First National Bank npjw stands and was robbed Tne bank it is said had not been in existence many JsorOiJ institution It isj said that the safe was robbbed of alt inonVy nd papers and that even some of the books were carried off hese afierwardsj were found beaphFair Grounds npw are Thtuank went out of existence afiei ie robbery givendrto JamestBuchanan the well known travehng salesman who got it from his brother Gen Samuel Buchanan a well known anufactureroUnujsyile- M l Gen Buchanan serve in the Goofed erate army as AdjutantjCfeneral ii Lewis brigade and he re ceived this bill along with some Confederate money with his sotp iers pay He saved iit as a curiosity HIS LIFE SAVED rBjr ChambcrUlHs Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea RemedyfrUI am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoei Remedy at one- timcsaved my life says A Ef L1tufalettc of Gregory Landing Clark Shapelive When 1 was at the lowest ebb one of uy neighbors brought in a b arottleAandI itCandgUfaffand around That was nine l o and I tItillthengthat medicine has always bebnj himy Pousebest on earth For alb1 Haydon 6t Robertson To Redeem StampiR The Treasury officials ard act ively making preparations to puttJI into effect the waif revenue re act which becomes oper Live July 1 1901 and with m view to giving tbe public all information on the subject possible at this time the Internal Rev enue Bureau has issued the fpl lowing statement All documentary and ptopri etary revenua stamps in 1the hands ofpurchasersron and after iit July 1100t will be redteraed y the Government under the jo provifridnsi of the act Nay 121tl Constipation Does your headache P P lnJbackof your eyes Bad 0tasteyour liver I Ayers Pills are 51liverpltlan heidachedype1 1 S 2jcIrb1l tbroawrIdJtIae kfteft 1n Uforthe nmocM tt IIIJrLx r j 1900 Such stamps should be presented for redemption by the CollettorIifl inypply the applicant with neces sary the forms and instructions forth 1tiswillbeproviding for tbe redemption of imprinted documentary stamps without re quiring the destruction of the checks or drafts on which they are printed A GENTLE HINT In our style of climate with its sudden changes of tempera sunshineoftensingledayitidren friends and relatives e so frequently taken fron us tpadem is cause A bottle of Boscbees trDl yourhomefor aiargedoctofsdeathathe use of three or four doses or curing Consumption Hem ages Pneumonia Severe ooughsthe Throat or Lungs its success simply wonderful as your dr thuggistcxiile bottle free from Haydon Robertson Regular size 75 s 6 Greens Prize Almanac I HILLSBORO From Our bpcctai Correspoadeau XThe set ting tobacco Messrs Will Miller and Ray t Simmg spent Saturday night t with the family of J S Leaubin man Edgar Settles and wife spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs t hn Shewmuicer t MissBertbaLachsiyatte ded the exhibition atSt CathE erines Wednesdayfa Mr Nat Bncken of Wilmoor spent Monday night with Willie Leachman Mr Thomas Hedger has re nedhjrne aflera weeks vi t with his daughter Mrs Mary Clarlc Miss Nellie Keed of near your wn is the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs MaryThorupson Misses Rena and Martha Shewmaker and Berths Leach man attended childrons day at ackyille Sunday night Mrs Kelly has returned from Bardstown after being afc the bedside of her daughter for the wastfRevpreach at this place fifth Sunday in this month Fonzy Settle bought a fat hop om John Mcllyoy for 12f Miss Rosie Anderson has re arnedvisit with her sister Mrs Rachel ker Frost bites stings aches and pains e lInstantly r Uevcd With Dr Be1li bholeraiill ords diatcrelief from rheuma usteatest best and most wonderful is Dr BeUn AntiPain The blllious tired nervous man 1canhelth rival De17itV Little EarlvJ isers the famous pilW for constipa tion will femove the cause of your oubles Haydon Robertson t Hypocracy Bro Gratz of the Lexingfx Gazette complains that since i pennies hrs become so common the contributions JIll the Lexing ton churches arr ely omlposed of coppers and that ittmakes a vast difference in heJ Sunday collections He ibiuks would be a good scheme to call out the nancies of the contribut ra and the amount of their con ibutlons Hypocrlcy cift be shown ia this way hesayr at wen ftk aiyotber a dtbe pron ho would lead bjs hearers tq be 1only1 bypociKe and tho Lord wouW pj rid bimHarrCKiburgl ayiiigs i i r flkitr4arthoII eac1thi Vi 1A1 tt tra aIp I 7W J wItj Li t t ihaN LttcJs Fromtbe Enterprise rAn Unusually eay rsin foil the vicnitiy of S Charles cbarchthis cpntf a afternoonJqEepbHagatJi water for severaf hours and onsiderable damage to the crops was done I v consi ourfarmersi put in its appearance o t then wheat and that it is doing the wheat great damage They also say that wheat bead is IQ many instances very light Under thiw ihe wheat t yield in Clarion cou ty tsnol t very encouraging Meeting which 1I empties on Mrs H4oseiBrajCh got on a high terrfic ram and oc cured in Tues 4gyj low lands stodd in wat4r two andI half feet deep and snjall calveI had to hold heir had up to ke8pf m drPwcing jeflCing ats anp stream were eat loss followed cornlalongtete higher an the e pikei near B F and tore up the pie for considerable distance and Is the bridJ fVereljC1JlIged the downpour littlei short ora waterspout 1SIOO ReWd 1OOWTho readers ol this paper iwill be pleased to learn that ther4Lsatiessiapue dreaded disease that science luts bb en able to cure in nil its stages and that is catarrh llallfs Catalrrh Curois the only positive cure known to the wedlalstitutional disease inquire a constitu tional treatment Halls Cfctarrh Cure is takeujntcmally acting directly upon the blood and mucous arfrjracea of the nyetcm thereby dcstroyingitho jTouuda tiouffof the disease and ent strength by gllIDgLhutm stitut10p and susistIng JtIs work The proprietors hjivq so much ith In Its cutativo power that tho3 joHer One Hundred Dollars for any ease thatit foils to cure Send fo r Jjjai of teaItimonials A 9iSoldHulls Familv 1ills are th best eczema arid Skin Erupt tons1Remicks Eczema Cure and Rmicks Pepsin Bio d Tonic wil cure the most obtiaatih At Haydon Robertsoa Remarkable A4Iaentj One day last week a colored washerwoman Amandat Nich oils weigniug about 200poaiids broke the planks R yering a ell on M j P4f arshairs arm near Strjligto n She tfell a distance of fortlyfiye ftwith tier feet downward into water up to her chin When she started oil her d scent she had a bucket of waUr in ec1dhand She screamed for help nd after a good W l ie in the coldweliwa er sue seeded la a arousing Mrs Mars alL wbo finally discovered the woman in the welL Mrs Mars ll caR4l near fainting at the liscovery ut the Nicholls woirustandIing in water Sp ed Mrs Mr3haul noifjobt excited as she was ne theta hurttanor frightedeii Assistance was obtained and four negro en succeeded in bringing Amanda from herpe 1los lpo sttion Mlthrqpesi nd bridles on the place wore i tiliz4 to the rescue When sne yas dra rh to the surface it was disco rertd that she had escaped vithokt a bruise She walked down to Strmgtown son after iheacci dent as i hothjhgliad kapcned Mrs Marshall was sc rejoiced that her washerwoman had passed so trying an or eat with out being injured that snacMrl l to town and purchased fur her a hantlsome preheat rdstown Standard CASTORIAI r1iikabsaTin KW Yn Itw Ahwys INIM tsrs- b O b i a 11ies I Ye044of wtPrttI t ty OlIN AbWhP44Iiti = jDa t be w rtid Wood Vliastti f f Li Iii d r t if N 1 6HIMyJ otr t flD ttMt I lfiEve a more fatwritel rtUd H regard tots wh attrJD tttMP I caR sow rs1 as e fry fctf will admit Uwr warn krWpT change HI the appearaso I wheat ild Now Mi ftfcr wheat has begun to bos sojr fefralariud oe not taU UIi is evidentjtfcat UM wk tjtaninwr or less Infested wit tHJi IYor rathar tbeIM I cJ4i ftiel- t thee II an vefiy tku ikMtW damage to wLatewwrly will suffer lrotbe eCecte ef ttby Inery- xuiInedtlg fielia i fcw te irossti V 4 nda I am satiebOwill k less than 50 per eeet oflla ytalnr ia Wejsom and WafkJBtt orcounties Sod Jew will n nrhead sufficiently to IMU fi s i jpectI j loQT in tku l Jlelson aeigbboroolOrl 11 with sheep cO qMUr thsti is yothichdnba m so tI 3dSa stire1yiseap ravage whik eiksm baT kiesi entirely dlstrojfrft and plaat- ver i o M Io1Iae seas btfSir lover sat timcrtay jla ifc r neighberhood of Ccx LNii ithuweri s that tke farjjinihaTt not POw ed their corn and oot loid he had hot bee abi eoctbis cor Taw sanM eio- asiiIeFbTar d strticttff kail storm cm tbfe24th of Mty iwtI aeeodiMr t 4IvMir jfotm TktMmor MT thsrere j jj i o tnrkerp t His hbaSf jra l wnn nplMtd j by a new one JS coahlqn n Occasionally other jwtioa ftl country have ben km 4ry sj n JllttaIaCosidlrlble set altlsoagh plntsbs kwn small Gard n arc ioiwtw tt frult will nialcei a nmlnini oJi crop from iindleaUoM I fat oa i Uli a front- L5 k 5ia IvIn ar itiosJost t 1I I J HOWlTJSDONJt The arloh N ble American atopteto SivlvM i the second j kir to uln footl eslthTbiisseab o eag be eairgy toifs tjr a dsa in tbe ascend pod lMa11trb jinK Grefns Avffvsi ftoiNf Should yon W a Bsyondeat ufelet 1rOiM7 oi teIui of Dypsia rher Complatof App lodifeatk ste s uch Sick Rbatation ot tbt Brt D Mro4HaVitnal Oo hf Mnf Ii1ILHf ol the B t IfmrroM IVaItwQ LowSpirlu ate IJBAlpvl not suffer naoiber Afft Two doMotLM wL k9ALF- i wir wilL liv fl nesfr GQktli J rIitl=JcL I Prixe Almaaac S tto I us IAd MoKar l it FriOy aibftadpaiafl JMjb a if tI- HlI Mr MEY wlH known ila tiWi sad- ounts WH WM asM iet1t belDiMcitfof adoantantv ofenrcfr d highly MHsmtd by allwbo khili At trab vase qlUpoJrba polisios isd s ftCllIMxahI Mol BptstVSiM- id also lUf tb psitO1 oflralMr 1IIe J YSS 1a wife lid tune obbP4MSi AlWLM SMIOrC McKy t tftaL took PIaee laMaadq wu- srt1y stW4i4iI1 a A OMV r r It ffl t c IpI n t t f tbtluVIIfttinc Zem trtb st1r t earaJEfrat t oNth vmtteu HY1 rayet1wysi owa orbE nd ftHtYtftca or uk y Hytloa oM 11 J II awlt 7 iiirI tB 8EIS4EADER ii TjJI 41ORSt 1ANiN AbVANCE i t i tIGpIE K L r L AVION Jr J W MtIITOKnWI itI v i4if Iuet Notices cents per Zor4le s t44ark2qant1 5 9tI01aiubseaeiit insertion CUs os S iatsanilPol1tical ma tterj erpc1II2f Ti 11 J wpT done at low rates brt cast tI Wlvofjooerttthlgcotrac nado onHberal i Ilta i e5nJ resolutions of isiiedt3 f iez4iio Sgytf ty Jfafrhtralesi u 4 vtMIlz 4jr QIi cer wo i W 300 fiii J 1lIfJQJ itRSD Y Ttmff 2f9OiI 1 1aSf tbrjCb ti ttor yde We are Authorized to announce t HT SCOTT MATES f As ckaitdate for the office of Coon j jtyAttorney of Washington connty i5oJombor lection 1001 LSS t F t 1flaFstrtc Wear authorized to announce T MESL TklUDD z can5idite for MagiatralolriAs the rp4erIc town anU Springfield No 9 MtIett A November electIon 19DU 4 r4SFor SKerlff ware authorized to announce BYRON ROAXE M a candidate for the office of Sheriff- WuhIgthncpUntY November elee froa ibl Deputies Sidney Os aaurne Ed Mastere1Rtc1iard T8btht We are akthorizeu tounnonnco QAQOHONEY At fccamdMato or the pemQcratic fcitjfllnation foe Representative from iPfifcfelnftoji county November elec tii11I tTfiE lioalsyile Board of r grades business mens e cur VOH Vwhcji left that city Toest f bAjf passed through the Bljae Crass region olihe State arid rtkfeivedcoifdial greetings from Thepoeof Shelby Anderson clltpdford Jessatpjine Mladrson I wUtE6tillcounJr Yesterday k 1tore mdFtatsRicbondi T Lwicast ri Stanford Danville It ItMon ina Sbeph rdsvilW Tht excursion was a great big r aIdLbnislile and herbu3ir s ititie3ts hITHE consolioation of the Gen tifai University and Centre College jis5ut wan accomplis he5 j5 iKttfA dispatoh fron Eichmond says be Alumni Vs ociaion of Gcntral University by a ybVeof- CSjto 41 ratified tbo articles of Hasblidation and Central Uni YHSity after An existdnqe of- tirentyScven years at Richmond jfda tpDanviito As a lasti reo sort hJcl anti consolidationists t Irjll now carry theiignt into the lgst tlxGoiHaziniS PIngree of hisaikdied ii London aftera tt1inesi iJL 0 nhysicansi v announced that she is out oZ djner- t btircd haffgardJopk is aUdue lo the aervc They are strayed Tone Sthem up and your whole system willi at once akc oa new life and inccasted vigor Walkers Tonic recuperates the Brain and feeds nourishment to the nerves It gives vigor vim and vitality to the whole system t fQOiVI1IJ1 J From bur Eegular Correspondent Mlsslella Noel ba returned omt jt to her cousin Miss Je tte Noel pf near ibis place Mrt Tiylor Tarree spent Sat vrday in H rrodibrg Mrs West and Mrs Porter o f yrryBile who have been visits 1ritbe family of Mr WP 3bea tb a m bave reto roed home Mr Qarnthers of Louisville jwid Miss Bessie Tnompson of 3l lelsintGrove spent Tuesday jriob Mr crE Wilson and oiaUJAr fI 1O r YtQiTatha 1 lSprqgs iwas here Sunday io1 i hest gldc SSIyiung peopM fOr rtOyd1l an spent Sufndsy with I1d4 thrctt Mr Jxfc Sharp tn isirergetic jsgLrmr of ibe e paid i4stV ge acaFsdy J4L tttiry BtOOshair a- nd4irJiJk of hrrodsbur1 S5ivs1t ij4b rfsis6wefelf Miss to JTirdH of Bitch waoff JIIM4 lJt1riuRbhI Tuesday IIout4 W411 Itt CASTOfl71 S ti rThe Kind Tofc BDato Always Bought and vliicfc has teen in use fr over 30 years has bornoi the Bl iatnro of A oJ niia bas been mn eun rlIs jta CXyrOJx sonaLsupervlsipH since its infhncyS rj 44C4pt Allow no ono to deceive yon in tbls All Coiinterfeite imitations and Jnstascood arobut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health tInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR IA tlastoriafis a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotio substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Wonn and allavs Feverishness It cures Dlarrhoja and Wind t Colic I relieves Teething TroUbles cures Constipation nnd FIn dency It assImilates the Food reguhites tho Stomach and Bowels giving Wealthy and natural sleep The Ch drens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTOTRIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of f 1e KM You law Always Bouglit In Use For Over 30 Years fllt COUpy 77MU9RAYTIIET NtWtOllR U Mr W PjCheatham has the finest orcharfjin the State Madame Rumor says wear to have anotjiere wedding soon w hol wr1r Q ite a n mber of our young P8iJpit attet deli lhild ren s Day exercisesillatf Mac vIIe San dav Mr Sam Noel has cabbage almost larga enough for the table Mrs N Cheatbara cop tin o improve V Dvspcntics cunpot be long live because tb live requires nourishment F6o3 isnot Pwrishinjr until it is di gested A JisrdeVed stomach cannot digestJo94Jtt mnst IutveasSistancel Kodol D spdpsia Curie digests all kinds of fooll 111 ttaid ffom tho stomach Allowing it to restandregainS its natural f pctions arc exactly the same ak the natural digestive flu llsand it simply cadt help butt dp jVou good i Zlaydbn Robertson r McINTIRE l p tSFrom Our Regular Correspondcrif Farmer are busy r witrlhcorn at thia writing j J2uit6 a large crowd attended the commencement at Lorretta last week and those who wereS so fortunate did not get this side of Hardins Creek that night owicg to the facts hat there vas so roach rain that afternoon Mr Robert cintiwTis on the sicff list Several of the dies m tins community tie quite interested iin th dipneir thaitis dbegtVen al Springfield next Monday for the benefit of St Rise church Mr SImL C mbrcti passed through here last Saturday en route to St Catherines to visit his daughter Lily who has been attending school there for the past tton months Mr Ballard visited hs parents at r Holy GrOss lat Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs lrankiWillit of Lebanon visited her father llast Sunday Miss Etta Hill after closing very successf al school at Thorn HilL returned i00010 She jviii go to Louisville in a law days to visit rQlatives r Mr Ben JSimnas ahd daighter Lydia visitcd Juffdaughter Mrs Chas Jatnesvof F f dricksburg last Sanday Mesrsildgehe tHill and Paul Burks called7 bn tw of Spring fields jnpsi attractive Jadits last Su dySMrJ B Hill delivered several lambs Id OBryan CoI poundsMrot Roibert Qarduer two yearlingr calves at perHheadi Messrs John jv and Marion S mms wfere in Lebanon Saturday on 1us1ness4 NextSuiil3ywfiiOthe regular wectiltIL3i At Hardins Creek NOlIGE t f rS15WASWWTON T COURT F 1 W Ncildrk allneoofJ A ford J A 1vsfie their H ims befor me atn y office In SprippP fOctQoor Is xi TaoSvW SIMM Jt t M O W Jrj J 0it 1 vii BY Hill From Our Spiijui Correspondenu Mr Tony Hundley was over f tronMiss Lilt Shehan spent last week with her brother Dudley Shehan trMrtr Bloomfield last week A carload oth6gs were shipped from BobkBr jlasi Tuesday by Croak Co heOliIt4nstore at this place ancLis doing a thriving business Every body is done setting tobacco in this section Corn is lIdOKing well since the rain nzfL vwarm days 7 Mr Benedict Jinas and w spent llast Sunday fa f Mfr John VirginS Mrs F B Seay yiiiidd her daughter near WiJlisbUrg last lIrJImTobin week and sisteratt- endedcburch at St Rose lSun day V phe new store at Mooresville iis abotit completed and will be opened Monday wthi a full line- of goods Fritz Dorsey bought of Albert Washbnrn one horse Price pJid tqo th4rsconsumption and is not expect to live Miss Nannie Barlow will teach thti school at Mporesyifle ibis summer t1 Several sheebvmen have fixed a place for dipping sbec p here Mr Edd Grace has moved his saw mill from this place- Miss Julia Goatly had a very valuable mule to die last week Quick Relief For Athraa Misa Maude Dickons Parsons KanII writes Ieaffered dight years with asthmat in its worst ojm X hud several at taks during the last year and wa poteqpected to live through them I began Useing FdIeys Honey and Tar and it has never failed to glye immod late relief HardestySchQoIhthise From our RcRBlar Correspondent As there has bBn no LaWS l mellwillryLast weekwas a good tobacco season and the tobacco growers in this vicinity are through setting their tobacco Rev Simms preached toalarge congregation at Polin schoolhouse last Sunday The funeral of Mrs Perry Pirikston took PIa ceJatMtZ on lasnSund y morning at 11 odlock Mr W i Gngsby was in bur vacinlty jast wasjwearing a pleasant smile and Jvtff think bis best girl was ume wbete vyjMiss Ohio Gray of tbUpIace 43 visiting relaiiyes a pod awn thIs week i Uf Mr Ike Cokendolpher ndi sister o Chaplin wore tht pleasant gue3tSt of MiSfsi Nora Bocta last Sunday- A surgical operatioy iis not necesari to cure piljis DeVitts Witch Hazel S llf b lV fall thitjjxpensejtnu njBvfir if IJcY are of con t deJls Hay 1 fQn odol U Guro f Tiiried to Stone In disturbing the remains of liaap S Lfnkford from the Ap p gate bufial pjot nbear Jeffer sonville ibr reinterment in the National cemetery iri NewAl eIfthe thit tho jbody had turned to stoneLankforcl s death ocured April 12 189Ie bad bees empoyed oa James B Applegates farm PrtWpSlSijB had livedin Ken tucky Jpc ibgili0 iyiiwarhe qpmpanyBtAt hisdeath be was fifty years old Mr Ap iebate desired to have only relatives1 remains in the cemetery and be applied to the cJuntytoS was ordered and the Expense setdpartfOtdiera The co owasfoundtcbein a fair state of preservation butf was exceptionally heavy With a spade tlie lid was lifted and sleepHairovert to color The features toferrwas about tb eyes The shroud was also in a state ot perfect npreservatConsidering that embalming was verj little known when Lankford diedf it iis regarded ia rremarKabje that the body turned to stone Ordiuarly a body itsi o ves in uhreyears it is said Four m4nhad no end of trouble getting te weight into a vehicle carry 0 the National cemefry People iin the vacinity of the Applegate burial ground are wondering if all the bodies are JournaloWolf filled Near Calvary Mr David Watben of Calvary was Monday trying learn was entitled to theinjownre to anyone vho wolf which has been devouring the flocks fn this vicinity For some time Mr Wa ben has been hearing a rioise around his premises at night which was very much like ethe barkjingOf a fox Saturday night Mr Wathen hud bis 10 yearold son concealed them selves and watch tsd for the ape pearance ofthe supposed lox After waitingi for some tithe Iit finally appeared upon the scene and voting Wathen took a slid t at H bringing ic to the ground with tha first fire It was then discovered that it vas not a fox but a large wolf Mit Wathon has tanned the bide a portion of whtct ho bad with him Monday Of cou se he has no way of proving that iit was the same wolf a work in the Stewarts Creek neighborhood yet thinks ahisbby isentitled to at least a part of the reward and while hot insisting upon it will gladly accept tjFacon Good Roads Complete arrangements ha beeennru1 for the Good Roaxls State Convention to bo hold in Lputsviilet June 27 and 28 As Gov Beckham by proclamation hasnsed the County Judges and Maorsto appoitdolegatc a very large attendance is ex p ctedjAll the railroads with in 200 miles of Louisville will give one fire rate to the conveu tIOn so tho trip can be rcado at the least expense The conven lions h Id elsewhere in the South havad awn large crowds in ad aition o the delegates President M orcof the Nat lional Good Roads Association will llave charge of the road making He has with hima orce of tha hnest road engineers in theworld and these will snow how to build tho best and lpcbe4sttlom properly in repair AS the great majority of the 125000 miles off roads in this State can nit be macadmized a mile Qf modern earth wiltI be construe o and tan be kept iin order the whole year round VVhiie theso dirtriads are npt equal to turnj pikes when properly constructed they make gdbd throughfares end are easily kept in order acd atsmull expence The building of grivel and macadam rouds Will also be shown after thebest pOuQOftnreStilna t Ojily 50 Cents ta make your baby strong sad well A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion- will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child Only one cent a day think of if Its us nice MS CreamIfor free andbend a avp1e try itISCOTT DOWN Cbenifats 4o95 Pearl Stritt New York oraa4Udrsg- Sd Ie Will1eb mmaklffg1achinery carJoadsrof these iopls and they tvillbe hahdled by expprts lpe use of oiflo lay dust illustr tod 3by practical tests and the proper drdlnpipes shown Smallpox In Mercert Squire 0 W Lester was here ro1sburgIIe4seventeenasesc intthe negio ptfrtion of that city Alt of the cases are in mild form however Thb following dispatch in to days Courier JourtaljsFy Act ording to the report of DcrL-M Forsythe chairojan of t1Ie Mercer Couniy Board bf Health and t rgherepox iin Merter cjnnty eighteen of wbtch are in thej city A number of people have been vaccinated but no pest bopse has been established and it is said precauitioDsllae a spread of the disease Many oIthe patentientsl it Is asserted h ave not been isolated and the Board of Health ahd county officals have failed tq reach an agreement regarding the matter It sii saiqibere are nine c ses of the disease in one house and that o attdmpt has been made to display yellow Bags11nthe1nfected1 dSstrijts The first se was discovered irfa white family at NeyaoTa six miles from liar rodsbug New cass are con tautly being discovered anJ ttbe dsease has spread rapidly r Lebanon Lobals From Tho Falcon A crowd of fifteen or twenty of our young people chaperonedS by 0apt and Mrs WJ weney spent yesterday in ah pitting on Rolling ForkneriRaywick tqeraiJDbut found shelter in the home of Mr Hughes rue party pcnu pied a wagon upon which had Lad been put a hay frame well filled with hay They looked comfortable and appeared to be happy Mr John Dasy is drawing up specifications preparatory to putting in two fountains lecently ordered by the Cjty Cotincil One will be placed al the edge ofI the pavement a fe feet non of Court Square crossing on the east side The site jfor the other fountain has riot yet beeif selected The action of Council in order 1jug the fountains IwasO com mendable move jits has llong pqedsdeerVes much praise for its dktiiiri in the matter j Sj V The Ne ro Excursion A negro excursion passed through here last Sunday en route for Greensburg and we understand that the usual nuin ber of pickpockets dnd hoodlumsl Were aboard Several pockets were rifled some yere wounded l and a few landed id thee Greens burg jail Fortunately fur Leba otfhoreabomination and lit icu pity the e iino law to suppress thonf VVtH tha price of Ian excjursion tcket and a quart of liquor the average negro is in the zenith ofI glory and has lute regard for order and law Lebanon Fal Con LETTERLIST List oflloiters romainirig un called for in the Springfijeld Ky Po5toQice for the weekending JUflO2l0Ole SMissMiss JohuieKimb rland Mr R P Hendren Mr Milton Massie When calling foif these letters please jWj Abe Lincoln Qf all the treat ni n I hayft known Lincoln Is the one who line left upon the the Impression of a sterling son of God Strn vtforwar untilncLIng not loving the work ho hud to doi but fac lug It with a bold an l true heart mild whenever ho hat a chance stern Iron when tim nubIle weal required asI following illdutya bee line fo the goal which the grip of his massive hand and 0 searching look of his kindly eyd Iro member that when tord Lyons who was a bachelor went to cOmpunlcato news erf the tnarrjagerof the Prince of Wales to him officially he took tho queens letter In bis hand and paid Well Lord Lyons ian I can say 1st Go and do thou li ewlsoSIr Ed ward Malets Sblftfos Scenes 1 jjItgoes wrong nor makes a mistake nor commits n blunder to know Just how toIbe sorry for an erring one We ttust tumble ourselves before wo can really judge of the hardships of a rough road and the frailty of weary feet Truoj character Is first tender then 1endre J 11yirna B tKej Tbetween gro gin1int and the coffeepotthe flavor may bE changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperiencei or Un scrupulous methods From the tir jArbutkTeS Coffee lleaves the hands of the grower until ifcrjeaehes the user in a seahd packet it is handled with the sstmerXvatchful care1 the same thought for cleanliness that you wOuld give ay article of foodthat goes on Y 9 I bleJh es eeas it costs the grocer a cent a jpound mqt than Its heap imitations The extra cent you jjay for RBUES Roasted Coffee buys much more than a cents worth oJ quality and- strength A pound of Arbucklcs Coffee vill give you more cupfuls of better coffee than ycju Would get from other package tjoffees Be slire you get Arbticklfes Roasted Cof ee Otter package coffees are but imitations of Arbuc des Iibeach oundpacageotArbnekIes Boasted obbo thiTe i lilt or articles With each package In wbld1 the List Is found he purchaser baa bought a some article talb electediby film or her from the List bgto the coBdltloi thatthe dig nature on the packftgo to be eat out ahd retarded to our Nottoa Dept You aboald see this List Add ess all ce un1caUet ARBUCKLfe BROS toUoi epartaie a NEWV CflT NY inomrnma WeuII One of the most pleasliig natural curiosities In territory pf Arizona Is 1001 of water known as Monte eumas well Its situ ted 15 mu northeast of old abandoned ml tory post known ai5Opure weteris about feet belbtr the surface of the surrounding country Some years ago certain military offi cers sounded the pool and found 3It had a uniform depth of 80 feet water except in one place appn nt about six feet square where the soun ing lino went down alJo tGOO to without touching bottom TThe well empties lato Beaver creek Duly about 100 yards distant the wa t thoughtTimesubterranean sources possibly through the hole sounded by the army officers years ago The sides of the well Honeycombed with caves and tunne permitting sightseers to descend to ti Ieawnters edge- Montezumas vcli contains no fish porno11hrougbout oplqIont well to volcanic action butas the surrounding it is limestone It is morel thuD probable that the action of tho water is responsible for its treotlori Native American Million Made by Planting1 Tree Any onO who takes a vital Interest In the welfare of his grandchildren can insure their being rich by planting trees On treeless land which land he somelbigof the present Duke of 4thole had a of land buti It was not especially ru- ablein fact hO was land poor no determined that his descendants Bhonld tare better and so began plot it ing trees in the course of his lifetime he planted 14093710 larch trees alone covering an area of 10324 acres ills last plantation covered 7800 nertIwhich in ordinary way becomes a forest of mature timber 70 years after planting Thinned down to about 330 trees an acre each tree will contain at least cubic feet of timber whlchat 25 cents n foot gives a stun of 43 nn aero a total for the value of ti otl3Jotl t wealth ofthe ancient so house of Athol cj14 t 15000jotl 11youngtlons tTonIjidore1tarcisseIHa tbct1Jwo are riralarEXos but StiJJ friendsr IAri jIt j They all die Vive lnmourlJ C poddards itA Leave of Absence Illn trn hiscIIIii Subject No lyou cant see Mr Ulaukblank this morning during ofllco hours But hes a public odlcinl Isnt hoT Yes nulies engaged In the public service lay I ask wbat lmedotngT onIEoers Neglectful Treatment of the ubctwCitvdand fbUr iir t ennrenient ol a Good itrolce Oar During practice n good stroke Is one who is regnlnr in life rowing and easy tb follow He m ist give tie W men ebUtHadnfIsqr any portion of the course he must gee r ery possible onnc of work t ut Qt them to that they are x mpletel rowed out without having t Short oij flurried on thetbeIy1JlcyItlr 80 o above nil he must have that degree of generalship which will enable him to decide In a well contestedj race when o put tbe pressure on Jn ojder to take advantage ol station tit a certain point of the cou se when to ease off if he is holdinr lila opponent at a slower rate of troke bo v fhr ItIsi ltto17sreally close contest the exact mo meat at which heshouK make the grande attaque Saturday Rfivlew f TireIeainusbng experiences ilthough Jabot I ways good natnr itf enough to tell sIn against himself One who appreciates ft Joke however relates hpt on a eel tao occasion he had ben performing at an at home and responding to so many encores tli ut the pro mm1ec- ame unusbally gag After it was ov rbl hMtpsii WJib her young daughter came up to kiln and after congratulating him oil the 8uccess the afternoon said most cordially leior Oh Mr Blanl i come and havp some an sit 40W81 for awhile know yon mus be tired- VCS chimed In awtulrY cct your daughter with be la the world Im sure wearer New York Holland rpress The difference between A conBtry youth and n cJ y youth s ifcit HM former wants to ijnqt eve ythlnff as- a the latter thinks he knows everythla Chicago News 4 Sf JngsJtiletttWotHeUOctbe egg of thu gaillemot fapn rthe most pccqUtr ud furalcbca iit t adatrabld example of tile way ta which nature pnyiei forj the coe tious of life j IThisthe cgga1 are rcltroIQtJatdi rtiedges of high pialdtloa any ordlaar gp cimt e tbe elroud probably ll eff But the plU mmott Ntf woht datthU It hu bee tailaf feyjMihlM poiamapebr d it tke bM a d gfearp tttkua7a4 t T iU T JTS- ABEANS COW REASs piOb1tfarmers r and soil vl Othtr season ible seeds yd ay ed are Seed Corn MWete Vyt MM rSergrhHnorCwe Br wC ni KaMr t T WocscryLIritI dLt014- 1cth of Sic iM CitrM SinetuiringFkmer Seeds OUR CATAl aim glv Mt bfor tJeprovucuineSeadnsaiand well qwMe w priceLsWN4 bsCs LovItLt P t t Ir rIA je s aSThe mine raate knows tbkiptrtw quite as well as does Ute femjr e la one of the ialoes is tlje PKtsfoars district the ever patient a ii6v td lImscltpossesed ofi aft ataeat2 isajt sense of comlag danger OaeimdieBliiff when the full bffiv was at W rl there occurred an nausea thing Ilk sir currents had seemed dcfccVvb and 7 there was i feMles feefiBg atoisr ft miners somethiag like too febeaslacs of live stock h for L bm A tOw days previous a CbaMeIfMt i bceii closed on account jrf gun HMJ tbe amen were Instinctively thlWcln tel wHat that might mean StkkkHly there was a clatter ef hoot r aad a ani appear ed Its loflg ears were qdlverts f sad its Intelligent eyes were fn1l W terror It gave a sbrlll bray aaditM IN tgone down thOstybteabsC s1y llug after It TbeJt1tBJoetfid at one another and then tbe feTerj teeM o the air moved them with fe Irapoiee Dropping picks they fteti pWiIp1ttely taaking a lioadlon testa thrOugh the labyrinth fpr opcm air With 8ered faces 0th r misers jaiswd tem and while they were wondering wbat It mil meant n dull deep explofjieii wtrumbling through boWowf Mck ef them followed by wave afwn wave et noxious vnpora TboB tbcy 5S4eTSMOO4 wlh11I b dies of theftiwpooc wem who had been hopelesfily eatrtppesl were recovcretl tmotk r wsm V1ar r cnrret1out iith tbeitt tfitt tbe lit i wsra 1MlagLeiiUe J Serpui4 Weitwas relMiWf tb etenietac1 tIf ft tcal r thattb serpnit wM MipMAA by the MIteebHts piaei Itt U o calltles ef Irebiwi cooseted IwMli tra ditions of ibeee reptile ds tsysd by gt Patrick were esteem fMprf meallg To tkeapo4i gswa317 welts the peepI fl UM poer tad IftMi rant ctesees stltt rM pioi p1 grlm tmklBit reliei fre tbelr ta Ue TMey drlak W te M rtd SS 1tbtbAs a nIt1aacudfcta1WtaAinor fOflberflcIontgroeJlar even lying flat do tile gteeod aid wrig glloR like a sMke Ttit Jmwt ndoubtedly have been a relie et 0 aa lout rites thOsf tbe peopitl bd sot thli slightest Idea et Hs iItnftl Tfonthclr existed In the same way t ej Muis Bel tane eve Beltime erBeV tIreJdadle bale ltUtMI the smBtttt e Tery r ll and lKa d amnig we s MltNr t own their sides tbevjjfk IgIsItti y are cckbratiu a day cosmcMtaJ o Eel orBsal t tbetr PWi ktavitod Jrlsu ancestors wbe etoerred It hi a recisely similar maiwMrNtr Ltppia cott i LS IIfOdol1 Dyspepsia Cure DteattheIgeStaLII dndaol1OtM aR1usdstouachR can tek it By Its use many oesflds of eptic ban beta ir d attersyihing else iied It JthsIIiaRDtetlDcueeelial1 Z sfltOta- eftoabtr butdysugId Chktg5T C i rot II I r w P iiBT RTOfli I I iI JJi i rffcETtf EXTRACTED f HOUr PA1N- rJ t ill Wok2UIrs l BPINGF1ELPY 1AIi BasillWOrk strictly J Firtfclassrf iii 4gweILJii ODD j TISTS4R1XLRt B lftDtJJ I ujciie t t tIitDxYIJ rtSiiJ HkiMPTOp1- o ti V1 4J Q l t LOyIrt MuLt DRtS JSIOQK rp1trNGEtDtKY PiOih JDr Rinebarts for Ijtover Peoples Depositn II M OI bors 12 topnis tJ i1 WFGR1GSBY t TWftIIiteft jt 1 rt os ovFeops Sk ift iHIARM1N Hift If IM B1a kith- G ffIlurgjr Mpairinff a specialty Il1 inork prorptly done Shop 4 Doctor Street pear Poultry lodsrf and Planlojg Mill and ltos to TSaitt Street Springfield t Ov Patronage respectfully w filtc 1 sthre ll allo i ritrona will ib satisfied with Jr 1p 0 llue 1iis HUrs6r e8 S RING I9oI i tblItOMJH1ii iind e erytlilni for Orchard i i f lifwR aBd Gi i mC JPnoes Tight as fw pflO ftnU but sell d1 StHdtk tiMj GenerAl purser r sd Steawrry cataloae nap i icl6 1t L JPI N1LLENMEYER7r 0 Z7II 1 fC f WMAIilr4N j y j f iU IIINKWkalasMNefYs 6 fa ek tfcwfIdettp1oney in the WMt UM Jua ahoTeli wo usod M car NrM3r Tk y wwr M 34irb1gold their friiiIIHdDOt Vary c nt In twenty yoats OfceTerynfflrw Olfo As Sowoa Poaynon1JBfer Lo aety Itwas Jjrtc the world orotMTtatcrjptaMdy ToMtyitkA good pLa4erde tt tboteiorU3e i ist5bsjtpossibtplc4eraPer tTtty itdjrk avaaiWK lJeuoa8 Pkaier ii udnJiiBJfftitteitter conrao SBeEs PtecUr q1Iieire1ieTe and wberp other npdw pi treatment are nu1II yworhaT8I1good- e fettcyluktfTer CIp9flw pldalQBibgoJ i kfcey trolble rlMBnaUoa latt 8 tack ara Vuinntf I ideoon cn- riit1ienm ao 4ndBe4rng iIoDt 0 tarMiT1irtttM of Bo L Mars then iiOot phyeicans sPIaMecpubiloeyevespirMye teL with otkcr Phate1lJ Bon l esi e reeeived fiftyfire 7Jghut awards ewee of MHtates and cheap imitations PoraeIe by ill druggista or wo Trill pro iTpoMeg oa any number ordered in th6 MM States oa receipt ot 25c each i Mbwy it JobwOB ilfg ChctaT fF n ifjIQW OPENi r = Th1 lillislllrg Roller Mills t ItlfllUslrarg Kj Is now running and wfe so Jfcig the patronage of tHe public t est Flour and Meall- Grain taken in exchange for bp1 flour or neal teo pay cash lj6r train YOu will be vaited on at the mlllby the v yerefficient Miller Win Sutherland better known as Duaty JOHN G BURNS Prop lt 2 lceTo LetA ABa dont forgot that 0 W JPHf4a is heaL quarters for pure Lake Ice A full su ply on hand at aU lines call at store Special pficiJrlBadd ou wagon t car loads Dont drink = tViitt water for icipitbia1lit J2 IA6 chotal1 Call dteo lii- DlIf otLyuJee yolLrselt O W S1AGANIhS e rian SIrni ALy 3f Tf = = ae E EEi E eE f a E it E f iEE EE 4 Itii B UTTOWN r jtf 33 tavalid chairs at jProd Hagans- at Shoes atiost at Fred Uaganb Jersvc jw and calf for sale Apply to John G Shade j Silver nlesat spoons The best at FfedHagnsS FiOR SAiErrDae secondhand Piano Inqrebf W C GiIgby- i dlearanc Lj Sale of all millinery i Ood j te jardjess of cost at Mansfield cTothe wife bE William D McElrojr InCiiicagofll1ou June 13th 1 irkI Mr P U Cleaver is having his hotel ainted papered and h wise j mproved i i The fiouiSvilJle New the tteapest md brightest dailY scpehlocalfagentJ The ladles ofthe Presbyterian a1Y1days u TORt REN =The residehce ow occupied bioDotr l treetis f6r r nlIGCWbar ton Lags iil toca1l tvd lDe fleIatesuptt Iltec corsets Iliad Bust perfeptor in fh snmmel stjles atMansv fields The ladies of the Pleasant rove church wl1 Jive a rasp berry sujapelu at the Plewanl Grove sdhppl hbuse onnext- lTuesday eyeplnsr rl K l 55 The account bookOtDt Wll WEay is fn tny office and i ill beKlW to sottle Svitlj any nd who will ctlI r rIThe ladies of the St Rose church will serve dinneri in the Barber b UdingnnextMonday i county court day Everybody invited and all are guaranteed plenty of good bin sto eat isTberfIannua3men exercises ot St Gather Inus Academy took place y ester i ay arid dn Unusually i lrgerow4A was in jattehdailce exer ises wereespec allv interesting- B i I will sell about 1 oclock oil ourt house square Bardstown thulyjrling mules They will beb ohct in lots to Suit purchasersM B P GRIG SB Y The Louisville Nashville is- ffering fexceedingly low rates for round trip tickets to the Pang American exbosition For furn her information c llontlie gent at Springueld or your earest railroad point J b n Hon John W Lewis has been retained as counsel for the dwfendant in thelO006 damage suit of Trent vs Calvert5atl t Lawrencebiirg Thisis a damage uit grdX75 olit of the Ash l brooke robbery which occurred last Spring Judge B JL Lity lost two I b vauvble brood mares last weekI The animals were in an open field during a storm when they were struck by lightning Both mares had young colts by their sides but the colts escaped in jury vr If the party into wbote buggy was put by mistake 28 pounds of bacon on Saturday a afternoon June 8h while tbebugpy wa- standing in ifront ot Joseph A Sbaders st ore wilt please re tQrn same the act will be appro elated F M LMUDD at J Ar Shaders store lMr I H Thurman has sold twenty one head of cattle to Simms to Co to be deliveredlrabout October 20th at four and a half This js ope of the nices herds of cattle to be found in the county They are two years old of Uniform size and all ofI them have been dehorned andI will Weigh about a thousandI pounds The base ball ed forot thi Nelson Recotd in announcing a gameof ball between tha Bards town Und Springfield tteams remarks that the Springfield boys wil likely have a few wringers Put s ring around that woni wringet brother Untifyoucau lookitup thentell Us whtkinu of spelling you are trying ti nfogln on us 1Rinoffl i G o to VedEu an fbr screen ofrUind ijidoir Screens t 1N I oi1 most worth white pastors and their eminent congregations of SpringBeld KY are very kindly inyited to heaj the Rt Rev G W Clinton A M DI D the youngest Bishop in the world deliver his annaal ser l Z1QU11churchOjClock seatst will be hed4n reserve Should t you cpme jjrou will never regret it A Ai W HILL Pastor ASBjRRYiSTtVM- At I Presbyterian Church Tuesday tllSbtJunc25i tt The aieaofthQPrbyterian t ichiirch will serve raspberries i and1 j IiroomTuesday evening The public t is cordially invited to attend Freak fMrSathfarmer living a short distancej j below town on the Bardstown ike has a genuine freak in the shape of 9 pig The animal is u now about six jweeks old and istnormal in every yray with the ex iception that it has only three t legs and neyer posessed any f more It was born with only qne hind legv the other leg event the hip is entirelymissing TheI pig is laland healthy and takes are of itself jjust as well as its o brothers and sisters that areff provided with the Usual quota1 of legs ll p EFNAL tt iir Arthur Campbell nt to tontt isvllle yesterday Hoi 11 Q Leacbman was itt Lou1 Jsville last week J j Miss Lucy Selecm n has returned from Georgetown Miss iiargarettl eachinanis visiting in Missouri Mrs phn W Lewis returned Satur day from a VlsjtLo Louisville Miss Lizzie Mufl of LaFayette La visiting Mrs Tn Conway Miss tidla DUnCan isvlsiting Miss Edith Clements in Louisville MJSS tots Gowdy of Camplbrallsville visiting lIrsJobnJSlmmst Miss Nettie Logsjon of St Marys iaa gneattof Miss Margaret Hagan tIMr R4 H Humphrey repreaent1nCsbary College was In raesdayt Misses Bessie and Pearli Campbell ira vfairingt Miie JBJna Colviu at- ardston MrThomas tlardesty our popular l isonia artist spent last week with is parents at Polin Dr Henry Conner of LQuisville and a Iss Pearl Can nero of Frederlckstown were here yesterday Miss Catherine Russell has returned from a weeks visit at Maple Hill the ue8t of Mrs J W Bash i Mr Jeptha WHson went to Cincin at last Sunday oh an eircursibnl and took in all of thaslg ttfpt that townt Mrs Maria L Ball of Kansas City Is ore on a vIsit to relatives She iIs oW at the home of Mr G DDuncan Wathen Simma und Ben Medley ho h Ave been in school at Notre Dame jnd are at home for the vaca ion r The many friends of Mr E F tf ayes who is quite ill will regret to know that his condition does not im provef Mrjraraes H Waters of the U S nternal Revenue Service who has een stationed down in Green county Is at home this week Misses Myrtle Mathews Carrie Barkhurat and Messrs Kent Barber and Clifton Mathews of Bardatown were here Spnday last Tne condition of Mrs Xytle Kays who has been very low for several weeks with consumption in uniqj proyedand her friends fear tho worst QUItO a number of Knight Templars of this place went to Lebanon last Monday night to take part in the ceremonies making a Sir Knight oI Gov Beck amIMr and Mrs R K Dngan of Wood lawn spent Monday night at tho home of Mr Hugh Stiles near town Mr Dugan la one of the most progressive farmers and stock raisers olj this section rind has a beautiful homo at WoodlawnMrs Lake gaVe a bowling party on last Friday afternoon in Conor of her visitor Mrs William Carnthers of Louisville The follow ing ladles composed the party lies dames C C McOhord C H Nelson Johnj A Slmms HR Thompson J C McElroy H B McElroy J H Thurman and Misses Lois Gowdy Katio Cam andUIednor McEIroy spopdlngfive audJBMrs J G Mansfield of this place ha returned to her homo in Asheviile J North Carolina Her husband Dr Dunn cane for her and spent a fey days but was called to Columbus Ohio to examine two patients for hi jolnedilJrsf i WIJlWIJ l akinotturcsar VTtc1BaIta140n A Robertson FINE BUILDINGS 1IAjNeVy Hotel and anew Masonic BuiTding oh MairiJStreet Dirt has bqep broken tlor two fine new brick buildings on Main Street adjoining the Opera House Mr John R Barber hasI let thu contract for a new hotel building on his lot next to the opera house and the members of he Mtson1q lodge have decided o teat away their old house now- oicupedbyEd M Russells store and erect a new modern brick buildingi the walls of which will gQupjas the hotel walls do building is tobe Thlhotel in height and will be feet The building will b fitted out with all lQdernr improvements and appointments of a model hotel Mr Barber is boiling tbt house to rant and t it is understood that 4r S B Thompson bhl already lleased it or a nCmberof years and will open it as a firstclass hostelry just s soon as it is finished and ready for ocQupaucy Ths Masons have two plans def consideration for their building nhoneot which they will decide One plan is to make the t ouse three stories the first floor being a store room the second aflat tor renters and the thirc floor ttb be fitted out for lodgj rooms The other plan is 10 hi ve handsome storeroom n the ground flpor and the next floor to be made with an extra high ceiling and cotamodious hall for the use of the Masonic lodge Eiiher 1willre4uire hatjthe height of the building bj Hie same and it will line with r the ront of the hotel The new buiL lings will bea decided im pro ernent to the business ap r pea LLnceof the town 1 For Rent Tivo roons in my b illingion Maithei fOrnurly used by Dr Ray as offices Suitable eit er for offices or livingrooms J M B r RTONGG BornI in Thiss Courtly j ftri R S Bolds died near Vice Grove fiardin County en- hej8of June of consumptiQn fro n which he had been agreat- S uferer for a perpid of years was worn in Washington i qinty in and was aged 54 years Hot was a devoted member ofhbCauholic church and wasrrauch be ovfd and honored by aJJ who tnw him as an honorable andV upight citizen He was a son- of eorge W and Mary J Bold nl was the oldest ten children niiie of whom are still living Hei leaves a wife and four ch Idren to mourn his loss He wi s abrolher of Mrs K Curst iner of WoodlawnRecord- C iVe give no rewards An offer of tbs kind is the meanest of deceptions st the curative powers of Elysq eam Balm for the cure of CatarrbSHny Fever and Cold in the Head and yc4n are sure to continue the treatment acuretol1oYsdace sneezing It soothes and hbals tie membrane Price 50 cents at druggists rby mail Ely brothers 6t Warren Street New York Mr James Brown of Putsmouth Va orcr90 years of age suffercdtor veara t with a had sore on hisface Physi cans could riot help tfini DeWitts itch Salve cured Iiim1ermancntlo Robertsonaydon ttt TflFH AM SPRINGSl l From oar rcffiilar Concsiwndent t Mr Henson Hohn and Miss t wanda Kays were married at ihe b meofJN Denis t eWSiundayi Mrs Bertha Johnson Is visit ing her parents at Stinnit Uncle Samuel Whites horsed lied last week The members of the Baptist church at this place did a nice lot of work at their church Sat urday cleaning up and waking walks and hitching rocks Born to the Vife of James RubyaboyS j Borntq the wife of James Smith a girl Mr Zack Crow bought of J W Saterly and Joseph Royalty 42 lambs at 4c rlMr ST Kays and wife visi wceltJl 1Thomas Hill and wife whoI have been at Assumption IUsI for some time are here on a Visit this week Mr Hill will leave for Iowa MondayS jP JJohnson bought of Henry Humes a horse for 50 PQX9KIdnextakkcys ttfftt Dress jooM Waist GoodsD- rss I Goodso IN fil i and Colors K W 1111oods Mohairs Silkl 1anne11G1oiiasl j l 1f r m Alm s Linns Venetians te Fancy Rquisj io white oilllsio iiiiil yMm oi ries iIr I India Lineiis Itickoet French uIU Nainsbokis j Organdieja Si8Sv Persian tawn AllOversIEmbroidered Swissi Applique f MMSH GOODS 4 In all shades ofKmbtoidered S Swiss Mercerized SatjneBi ii1thisGingehams JewelryBelts mentsc Qur Stdck bf L CLQTirrNII- t f t Is complete and attractive Largest stock o1Vall Paper and Carpets we hveeYe shown Please visit ius before buying we4 will make you money YourS Truly Unningham Drincan iii vVILLISBURGI From Our Regular respondent Mr W S Gibbs mdvifeareI Lawrenceburg tLis week Dr W W Hyaltwas in Leba on Monday Miss Nettie Yates neat yonr town is the gu tst of Mrs A B f William Sharp and William Whiteneck of McAfee were the guest of JJ Sharp Sunday Dr MellJEyattAnd wif bal returned Addie Misses ond1J from MaY BloomfiedIIt were the guests of Miss Ida Bircli Saturday Miss Nora Mcllvdy entertained uite a number of her friends v nigtft Mr James Montgomery died at his home near this plac3 bun day morning He was seventyJ three years 6f ago lIe was a member of the Christian Church at this luceI 5SIt seems tlpat ho trustees of the various school districts in this part of the county nave become very negligent m their- ffical duty Many employ a teacher whq love their little children and the love of thev little ones has a great deal to do with the selection of the teacher They are interested in the loyeof the teacher toward theVr children but not in their- ducation I know of children n this district who were favor lies of the teacher for the several years and today they cannot write theirDameFSom of tie itricts havje politics rr iXt1 p with schools Men and women who apply JJorsuch schools are asked Whatare your politics And let a Democrat apply to a Republican board of trustees and on accont1 their political faith they say the school promised and I guess it is tha same way of a Democratic board- No wonder wo are behind with educaiod The v Superintendent aud the examining board know the quali fication of very teacher in Washington county and it should be the law for the Super ihtendent nd the boardof BX amineis tb give the schools to Vie most competent teachers and makel the salarv of each equal I do not think that a second orjthird class Certificate should be jlssued If one who is qualified for a firstclass why not hat t acher be employed Jto teach aL school of fortyfivj pupils No they want a school t of1QO qphLs her lor first class c rtiticates shouldb issued and we would have first class tea hers in every district and then matre their salaries equal anttthen every cne will te working for the smallest school pupilsdemands education as a school of 100 A O Blanch r West Bangor NYsays I have been troubled with Kidney disease for the last live years Have doctored with several pby iciria twoIWimsatt Danger disease and death follow of the bowels tsc DeWt t Je Early Risers to regulate them and yoJi will add years t your life and life to your years Easy to taken gripe Haydon tt Robertson r POLIN From our Regular Cor pendent The funeral of Mrs Berry PinkSton wajS conducted by Rev W W Green at Mt Zion Sunday Miss Fanny Redericks has returned to her home near Willis burg after a visit to her neice Mrs Wm Snydor couNinMIssburg visited relatives in this county the latter part of last week Bro Greeneand wife spent Sunday with the fajhily of SABayne Mf Ike Cokendolphor and pfChaplinguests ot Miss Nora Bonta Sun day Mrs tt A Johnson of Louis yule is spending a few days with relatives here Miss Catherine Russell Of Springfield visited at the home of Mrs Jennie Bush last week Rev Sims preached at thu the Polin schoolhouse Sunday afternoon Mrs Phil ioalfd and Miss Carrie Russell spent Monday withMrs S H Bishop Mr Thomas Hardesty the popular barber of Tour town ws manyfriendsMiss Edna Crouch and Miss Sallie Hendren were in our village Saturday afternoon Mr John Mcllvoy and wifeI Visited the family ofJ L lams recently SS MarVia Hat de ly went Jg Bloom lied Tajesdayf lT A valuable hdrse blonglnO- 1Jt l Treat broke Its acek last wt1itrying to jtinp a fOnt a 4SS 1poqte4 knives chvsp t FtIlCa J = FSSOQ EIBBARGAISII J hallWet f au e ojf N jvJIambags and Laiw rrtLfieIMusli TOdeinar tliat i weyare i 1br1flglt some ery iwprjc es po d r 1 1 ftif fJBefw e yo bny We ean save yo mon on them 1 Elders sthe on1ypIacYo eu t 1 f lit In 4O25ci wprti25c1 r ITII THE1thIi i ti beilineanlv e iuftfdoifinedj ng oIL speia1 idaP waiting 1 L r Yu oIdfriend1i HMULLICANwj1it 4 p1asure fl seehimin I Fj e LD f9 Spr1iEdKy 4 L o Iiu j I Pqwerfiuli l Insurance FoiI j IIprogretv 4Reered LiyingiII I iSOUHpl MWTtlAL t t e inv stmeiitcomv pu On4exIncon14y 0 McELROY1jz1 I r ItIEcononwI I I g w ijjijj WW vw a Wjc Begin ToDtj our Clearance saIe ofr i7 1 Spring and Snminer Dressf Gdss 4 I 4- Men Boys Clothing Mui taiid men Shoes Our sto k JtQo 1 oJI J seuonIistoPRI ES Jpl1T TO THE Q1JICK pricesherei3 thin s we have to offer Ybu call ardi 3 get XlceS1No trouble to show and 4cII P 5 lOc We have cheaper percale atv 3 7 l2c Men rI2 antl15 Suits ttf10 Men s 10 Suits cut to 7IL 5O 3Sb11 cuttO ft 5 We have some r odri suits for Men at 3 4jartd5 worth 3 50 p sr cenj more 3 A deep out in price of Menspants Boys 3 pants cut to 250 ipi 45c worth more money z 3 S oe cut ffrcent onnegoodsiaibo1ioi 3 oneha If price Bargains in Lace TarlaiasV a yct ciartiitf g tapes ely 42c All Wool Carpets 10 SOc per aiia one h If woql cut to 40c Wall Paper from 2c per roll iip SK Call and get prices S 3 McChdrd Robertxij mm F Two CCarLoiIoBig4Ies Ai d Phjeatojis Siirrey Ii nijgfl i Wagons jand other vehiplsi wf now havepn ha 4ruC t1stmore copiing Come tJt f1H if liuggyPric i FO EAELxllS 9l q pkw1 fTIf J nothing thai eq alttuhe xgcnu QUVJL CHI LEDfoihichwearQ t l J0 agents We a so keeji the genutherepairsS j t f LtttJ Y e keep JBBEB andSE1D8 jiiti pay rTJ tPR I iI lAM v RICAN Ithyi4iTs ddii4inCA- PIT 1 J STGc JIUUtl E MPLus l fttU ioOOOC J AiD tCOU ftW 200000 00 ddtcu fail 1 t leI F 3- fI t JiIOJ YiPieCLEU4XYSVT 1 I GO9Ds UM rg lJJtJt MJI AOaft h 5i T1 T f = NJiWIfD nJe draah 4ringfic1dlv t Couri i5ur1th Unless 4ese11I4lJc wroDgr are- t4flttJ IisI1lu and Nt vjlle 1II tfCOfneClfd by another lrb Promoters arc now at woqtpbp a chem bC- hrfl tnnDtcrfahz s will gltrs iJjjiS city U qufclter CMUeciin- nJjKihlfobviUe itnan itpbas qt is the ideaof the ltom 4 olt Mi e of buy the ShelbyVilla 1a d BIpomtiedrod bujkUrr to bj1l1Q J cpacV lere i tit3 Joutbern divlbnl of fotJ IIroadi IGreoosburg to Sentvi1Ie wbex e Ifc will coDnPCt with the Cnesa peak nod Nashville lo G allatin Terra Prom tKftt poirfb the road willIba bujjf into Nashville Oqoftlio cbivf promoters of IbiVnow raiiisiPeter Ariund wtll kvdpn pnqipoter of th felly It WRS said on Saturday ihat ha h idsecnredan optipn x i the Sdclbfyllle and Bloom J Held ad tyh6 Jumberland1 tndl thto and wquld be able to secure eootrol of these roads ancltbatlJbe 4tadampI 3 capital V build the gaps reidenljottbeld road stated that be had j 1 1o option on his road Iwaay versdn or persunsf Head 1tedth1t r Arlund wanted appiioa on the road but b e diQ pot indicate wheather it wou1abe g veq or not Ph- Vrnb 6 r1dandiOhiq is riovy pperaied by theHkouisyille and Nshvflk According to the story Jtis fir Arlunds VdtenUon to icon 4tct his poad with the South erA Hallway at Slielbyville tberbyt a Louisvl41 0 Mrnalnanda sborifcr rulue lfy labout thirty five miles to Nasb l tiile Ifc s1to stated that t the general iis successful Hd thef jf I k prbeVweenthe two rdaJs in Kttomctfy e filled fn i vast aaouut Of tIrnheraid mineral i lairls will baT opened niu Ken t1 fry It jis said that n Edd ViHe capitalist te oae of tha Xshief backers of tbe plan Beware otV Con i 5Aymptoni Consumption and biO ijd fatal disease have for their first iadicatum a persigtenf cough arm tbl properly treated as soon as this cough mppctrs are c5si1yircd Chamber t taws Qoiigh Refnedy t wonderfully succq ifnl hasprovenl ta Wide reputation and by its success iiu curing the diseases which cause couKhing If it is not beneficial U win not cost you a cent 3of saleby Haydon Rob tsontt Tfc Praycp Before Get 1ysbu4o f 6in DanieL Shkies tells a 4 tfcbry illustrating the tenderness 6f president Lincolns heart as d twellandiithbcutiful optimism i lpH j4iie Sickles had been t wxpEvted at Gettysburg he was vbqd to Washington and tbLe fi s5aent called on him attIia hospital Wl en the l t scrioed the battle and the awful islaugbter Iiiocqln wept like a jchild i Wblle the two armies were p ioavdrgingl went into my room aud prayed k Idasjod that if we were to win the I battle He must oitJ for 1 had L ntpl from my room with a erreat 10 id fe lifted from my Shoulders and Iroii that monlent I never had a doubt as to the result We shall tiIfet arn8d Forll8r1 fm l L The 1ibiUty to discaseia greatlyj krjeieeItienthcb1oodisIn goqdcon- Uiiiba and tie circulation healthy and I vigorouo For then all refuse matter is promptly carried otiEeJ the system i otherwise it would rapWly acciimulatc fermeatatioil vonwQake place the blood Become pol lutwljand the consti- tUtion 00 weakened that a simple ibuslyATicalUiyj tneans gop4 4igestibn and strong healthy Xs a blood purifier and tonic SSSba no equal Itis Uiesafcsttind best IIIedy Ipr q4 peoples and children ciuae it eontains noininerars bult31 IIt1e x1uljvelyr 16 and herbs t t Noothcrrciucdy s thoroughly and Ily cleanses the blood 011im t put thli Afc the i aatiIMe tuii1ds F 5np the weak and de btlitated and reno YBLs I blood ai d skia troiablea- es JIJJltfJof Uanao jacsat fe ygi UittUoB eru3t would fond und lsvtng N kiu red aiul Inflam McIua SCarcd JUt lLdmJ iaa ndinooUi N1Jo e Mnei61fJof9ot JJa7Jr IWI t7 ne of 8 H 8 rs4rW OMGft bmst DeG fretds W041M1 r osis bi aritTth Slojt I a red oi ycara 1jt1iL fIt 1f it b GMn ocd c j ald th OLi3CSI- br tr beik andw idaM IbWt your a4vic 1ritr ATLAA lLJ rico The youttg couple elwajs together be seretntimcl as hUu1 giti ife they are not urea off each otherbiit the oun trffe finds herself weak and languid WIth no inclination for exercise And thus begins a division of pursuits and interests WhIch often ends in divided lives The use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription ciakea weak women strong It stops the drainis which iuidennine the strength cures 1 female weakness nourishes U nerves tnd gives vigor to the whole body l1rltcre is neither opium cocaine or PnscripStidgliJIyc rstrlcdtternt doetors but derived benlltit untIl I bgnn using Dr Pierces Faror he P ttlouwriles Mrs John CuPDanville IJoyleco Ky Thu rcco I have taL hisixpeno1 Free Dr Pierces Common Sefise Adviser 10O31gS1cx iUustra 11Medical sent freebOa receipt of snip expense of mailing only Send stamps for tire book in paper c cloth bindin A Lddresshear good news from Grant tohoViclisburgr for ct many months Ii i S yitck1ei gttwell eel dont care Slclde y will get wellu persisted ti President And that afternoon Gener 8 f Sickles qces on Jo say1atl le grjui was receivedfrom General Grant announcing the fall 0IVicksbursr His own recovery soon lollowedrYbuths Com f panipn fV a tt phi In uMe3 oolPoisoD ICl1ntetEemnE Costst Nothing to iV TIU O1dobstuate dcerseatcd cases pcrmnu entlyby aklilg Botanic Blood Balm BB BJ If your blood is tainted proauclng off enMyo feru tions aching bones anti Joic ni cero falling hale mucoUS patches ore mouth scabs les peathjgdull aching lancing sheeting pains then yp Thuof ti deadly cancer Dont exparimejit bill Boutac blood balm made especially to euro all malignant blood troubles like those named above and itching scaby cczma carbuncles Qbloodoroaiwstops all aches and palm Try it costs but ore dollar at druggists Treatment reeby writing to Dr UlUonxSOO Mitchell St Atlanta 0a Describe trouMov and free ra atedIcalt l medical advice sent at once prepaid b b ongpoted by Dr Oillamtfrcr 80sears ngo Tnousardi have been cured many at oterescrlylits vigor and strendth to the blood mak ing it pure aud rich Dr Shields Wust Pay A judgment was rendered last Mfonday in tbe Circuit Court in- hecase of Sarrab A Lewis a gainstflr A M Shields o subjecting certain lands to the payment of a judgement Mrs Leyisreceived against Dr Shields June 7th 1895 in the sum 400 with interest from da tf salelndj the1ormerff suit instituted fur the satisfact iion of the jjudgment In the year 1865 Mrs Sarah A Lewis brought suit against Dr A M Shields for breach of promise alleging iaj he had made her a piomise of marrige which he had failed to keep and had thereby humiliated her and had done nor feelings a serous injury The ontet was quitk a lengthy one requiring several days for trial and resulted Iba verdictt for tbe plainiitf for100 damages and the coats off the suit- Upotithisjudgweut execution was issued and returned no property found Tho preseti t suit was based upoci his rciu n and sought 10 ubject Dr Shields property to the jjudg relent of the breach iof promise judgment It was first brought against D Shields individually but an amended ptition wEts aildDecemSer 7J 181 making Jphnwf r IM Shield patty dqferidaufs to the suit alleging that Dr Shreldis vas concealing his pipporty by t having it conveyed Idjhis co de fendants THIS wa denied and aftariaklng proof ihn court do cided that the Harpey tract ofI land conyeyed to D6ijv ShIelds wife of Dr Shield situated near Wilhsburg asbinpUu county he sold to pay the jude m6n t und if it is nQfc sufficient ttlirj N Bowels tract oliand loute Qn Wins Crdeb Wash Hogtcw county anti conveyed to soUjttfor the balance of the d ht- kD Appeal w is gtnted woe the isa will be taken Ujf JbeCottrt olf Appeals Halstead and ThUrman for plaintiff Jjm SI Kefroy for defeniants Standird1 io Black Made Wiriitc r f Professor Marshal Johnson ofr Kansasy says heDas discovered I u kay to make colored people white1 Several months ago while examining undei the microscope a sample of blood o an albino patient in theLawrence hospital lt Professor Johnson di Jtiverod a strtibgo new germ the like of which he had never 1enboforeAfter the albino had entirely recovered from the disease Prof Johnson carefully examibed J bIOlS1andgerm Tie was thus forced to thee conclusion tha albinism is a disease which may be cured Up r lotbe present ttinie the albino has been considered merefy as a freak oriature bt it- ro1sor Tohnson jslairas thatA siigit ciidr fis th 1t11t of white blood disease to which he has given thd name of lecutis This disease does not in any way effect the generall healthu ike baldness for iriVancs it is rimorth n locaHlcdnditioh 37Tohis pupils the processor in eulaCeifa guinea pig with the germ of albinism As he ex oeetedvin less1 than four we l noticeableyu its pink rosy skin hajd turned whil eDrJobnsons next experiment theIi hospital aa IHshy me lila Ic named Wildiir who was suITe r ing from an incuratle disease thfs case tho result wus even more gradually 3lIce lunUI about in about ten weeks he hadl become analbD9 with pink eyes colorless skin and white alI t V A coal black negro was the n xt subject Afjter being innod ulated his skin bleachedfslowly lintilt iif became f kati even light isISis concerned he would easil ipjao1orcl person who bed been Ian ned by exposure to e sun His ktnky hair bqweyer proved too stiff for the gelm to straighten and the color of his es remarried the same 3e as inoculated a second time butuwithout any further effect on account of the deep pigmet ionoflrs skin Professor Johnson imagined that hisdi overy was of interest nly to physicans and scientists buthe has discovered himself to be the center of attractian lor tb colored raco His lt bor atbry is beseiged now night and day by negroes who wish to beI tome white l r i r WINE OF r l nihlionway to premature groves MrsMitchell waafastdedllntngin health vthcn Wins cureinAgoutesweeklyappeuance phllealciCardixiezporionco ought to commend Wine of ofburning WINEOfoomm II within tho reach of all Women who try it are relieved Ask your druggist for a 1 bottlo of Wine of Cardtti anddo not takensubstituteit tendecd3rou Wllllo ZJItcheJlBontli Gaston N Ct Wino of Cnrtnl nnd Ihcdfords nrUltbtlIIT8r1ffofmeda mlraealoiii core In a great Mfforer with II11Wof the womb and lencorrboea and m meneu cane week for two monthS and wcro ten painful band induced mo to try WineJOfMu and JllnfekOraoBht and now the lencor Than perfect bas tJpoe4 and lam rottorod to tdtrectPererthicpt The ITerm Jedldrle Co War Prices VVhile looking over some old JJbooks iI found one inwhich I kept an account Ofn11 Sought and SOld in the year IS 31 see fromit I sold O1D atj ftO par Barrel tiogs at nine dollaisper cwt baconafro cts j5cr pound 1 paid for calico 40 cents per yard60 to 80 cents for brown muslin 20 cents per spool of thread 40 cents per pound for cqife two dollars per pound for to I give ibisitem that young men may know what it Co t101 livel in svart1mOLog LickObr QtsorgeWwn Time ofl koM Dy MH lOJi j whatJ t BigOil Boom l A numiar of attormos and gents are busily engagdtkLrnelleases an oil of the G S railroad from Junction City tb Mbreland V f In conversation with one off t wahenot autho 5zed to use he said There is no doubt that there is 011 and ga inp1YiD qua n tuies- r anYesand with the object otbegi ning operations just as soon as sufficient leases have been secur ed to justify development on llare scale Ii represent a syt i cate with1 200 000 capital is however important that people shDuld encourage yelopmeftr and they seem in lined to co so as the work Lccosecuring k ases is going on sat factorily A numtjer of concerns inter ested amog them Judge P T Fox for rectfinridge 0060 of New York Mr Hana formerly dooftoan 1Mr JMr Prye 1and FrankiReynOldS Itl the Stand ard Oil CoJs agents have also Inspected the helcL Junction City it seems is on the v rge or a prosperous e rakmany enterprises are projected among tiwhihugwmill and 01 fl1aterAdocate JQJ steam engine without water as to fiiid torpidliVer vcrttorpid wh1u he does not relish hitsw food or feels dull and languid a eating often has headache and so times dizziness A few osco ci a berlains Stonach andLiver Tab will restore jhis liver to its nor functions renew his vitality improve his digestion make hitl1find itti unu l Sample3frcrug store iJvvjst a tvy p3atsio3 n nrt soul and lighten ninny of lifes burdens If you have er heard the 8we t toned Steger Piano ro xviIi apprecIate this 10 reach the highes standard attebatitioOI the Cole rated Singer Piano Only the grentdprabiHtyIbeStegcrfacrie thoroughly equipped- with the best ancj most improved macliin located l hlargestIntending pure lasem will find it proftpable to write for gull descriptive catalogue swhichctioii lS7jChicagO Ne The gTThieves 1I1ah Peell of ted tbreesuspiclous looking aogo-esnHe was searching one of them and found fiv gud watches on him when the other two assai Ciiped him knocked out several ofw his front leettf arid escrped One of the negroes was arrested at Richmond and taken back to nicholasville where he confess palsIrPitedtburglariesrt Burgin Danville Stanford Lndt many other points Ohio of Police Smith went to Nicholas ville Friday t interview the pi soner and earned it was the sajno parties that burglarized the residenges Kufo Baylorl and W H Reed securing a watch and other aluables at each placo lie old chief Siriith that their headquarters were in Cincinnati and that during the neirryfivewatches and jewejery in Ken tucky towns that they ne traveled on re ilroads but wall through the country and wi they got in a mile or two of a town lay out in fields and hay stacks till n ght then m a their raid an then wcrit into TbHano60 difficult Harrodsburg S ayuings Edward Hues n yell knpwri business man of Salisbury MO writes I wish to say for tho benefit of others that lumbagokidney dies and I took gave m no relief I wasa induced to try oleys Kidney Cure and after the u a of three bott I am cured Quit couphingi i easy enough if you know how to do i The beqtwaltn quit is take ot c dose of Dr Bells PincTarHohey Summer coughs liuig coughs wiut r coughs bronchial roughs or any kin d of a cough or ccld is speedily cured by the use of thisI coplehCongo Potentate With i Piftyfie Wives Sixty tobak folks from the Congo region including nine women nnd tto pickanitnles wpre steerage piissengers aboard tactthefrom Havre TJhq men lcokbj itlle different from thft full blooded negro pf this country 4 and vpro all sorts of slop shop clo thing that didnt fit The ch i fleilQo InkedratberP elimimasIa wairtfhe consulted frequent and he followed by a youing negro carrying a chair Whenever Ie P J1IDghe lxedflftynexcepttbreepneumonia started fcjr Buffalo thhdJnTheIandhedatcingecannibalistic fetich worshipping Ogowes They were allowed to bumeISundera special permitli fromthe TreauryNew York sunthj Walkers Tonic is the link that pickl up the vital force of rnxtain his ii state and binds hmtto health d strength by recuperating B rain reguiajing the action of Bezfrt aid nourisliin the nervous svstemf t ira D Reckard Buncombe la writes My little boy scalded his leg from the nee to the ankle I nSed Banner Salve Immediately und in three we me it wes ajmost eniirely healed I thantt and advise them to key Banner alvo on hand as it is a eute cure for J maim orany sores Voodi WImsatt Tliedoctor wastoldiheurabje One Minute Cough Cure made me a elf man Norris Silvery useyouvetefot stt1bhornt andtsHaysnali don Rob rtson StGftoi nodtUCKYIEJ yours old ears that lu pollsi PinoTarHqnoy is the best Grip rol1gh lung and Upon hial re nicdv has been ollerod to the peojilo dut her lifptimo Sold overjwherp IC6 Pes T gBeorbohmrionce on hlsi first appearance as tho corpulent Palawan In the last net lie had arranged that Falstaff disconcert ed by gibe onA buffets ot tha fairies In Windsor forest should make one roeerculeanThe pegs that were to serve dsupo oYts for ttnttre werer iiliaysTliby their nbseu orning before tIle performance Tree was told they should positively b0 fixed on the tree The morning cc but with It no pegs Eloquence stifled even invective faltered He pointed to tile tree and with the calm of despair blurted out to the defaulter J8uchsorrow lisa In anger would lie hoped appeal to that last remnant of ontscience which even the pnpler ma bosom of a property man might be sup teroosedas a dress rehearsal but still no pegs quicrcdbenenth v It pasBlonnndwrath he exclaimed Where tire those pegs pegs pegs exclaimed the property master with exasperating affability Why guv4uor what was JOUr words to me this morning No pegs And here nlnt flchflCILQndoll Tftinita norrelln Advice to Writer One day nt tnkewood while sItting at a little table In the big rotujida hall drinking afternoon tea I met Mjr W D lloVclls cud had delightful c uersn with him After knoWing the per Bonnllty of this famous author one cn ji Isotsso magnetic and his conversation Interesting cud breezy Yes he said I always advise any one who has Inclination for It to try to vr1e Ono rstIone crcelentIfseen In everyday life aud try to ISI bestrnyphoDInto ely library to work nml I fin Imyself putting off the hour as Wig as possible eut when you once sit down I ventured Even then Its hard work for n while until I get Into the snug Let no ono imagine the muse couiea wltliojit a summons nnd without n good deal of toriugtorwnnlIllomoSet POP the Wrong Time He worksln a down town offlco for a gruff old chap who has no Ipve for laggards lie is due at 8 sharp but- sa be likes to be onto nights hd never wa cs BP niouicnt soon lie Lao 7nand this gives him barely time to ircsSi breakfast and reach the ofik tesOne day lat wpck the tflflti avlng forgotten to wiiid 1 his clock the night before it didnt go off So there Were explanations omto be made about 30 czcusedt Well you see Mr Gruff I know how punctual you like njl of your men iwhlchLsqtmrstake I set It for lln the ovenrag t lastnlght and of course It dIdntg 0 oft qAndI Ah youthisaftertiijsAnd now the chap is wondering whether or not the old than wa4 real Iy fooled or merely wanted tole lmudown easy Perhaps he boss believes he has a 24 hour cthck2 Kansas City JourBaL JlII BaItIBC Although ball Halting was a crteel iMwtlBt It was also a fuiaHlsg et tke law tot formerly butcher WIS ai 1w tQ or for sale the fluta otany huU Uatljg iif bwa baited I wtuiug o the animal in a riley was supposed ti have some Influence on sh In a similar belief tbe flesh thuI hunted barew thought to b superior flavor to that of one that bad been ot and a present of a bunted bares considered to be a special compll ment In ahp records of the corpora tlon of Leicester Engkihd the follow Ingorder appears Ata commOn hail heM on ThtwsdaY before St St won Il St jude i407 no butcher to kill abtill tilll baited At WincheSter was or Ocred thirtieth Henry VIII that from nstortb thor sbnl be no bulst1cset fore any mayors dore to bayte anbybun but onlje at the bnllringe the soldo cytlc JIThe FerpleWa Juror A man waa being Itrlcd In New South W ales for stcallmr a watch The cvt- dencc waa conflicting and the jury made np their minds to retire but be fore they left the hall the Judge re n inarkedon which they required information he would be pleased to assist them Elev en of the jurymen bad left the box t the twelfth remained standing with his eyes fixed downward as If absorbed In thought Well sir said the Judge 9la Inereask me before you retire i would like to know my lordu UImwhether the prisoner stolp the Watch romtnnhithat we grammar more unpopular Atchlsoh Globe ErerY one ought tobav a motto his own Mr RuskIn was a gc- xno2odI1Y xi c Wbat Mlirllt flare nappened IksA sporty young gentleman of the city wbo drIves a dainty runabout which e envy of tbe other young men of his set was driving down Main street the other day when he nearly Iran over a six fpotcPuntryman Tbacduntryman caught the bit and sat the horse Jipon its haunches without apparent elTon and then complacently remarked to the driver xSonny be carefnl dollboggypferoun If I hadnt collared this here hprsp you Would a run tbat thing Into njc nnd smashed it all toklndUntaMeuipbls ScrmltnrTh eo ta An Incident at tthe siege of Bouen In 1501 shows that red was looked upon a t Inmentionlnghicaptains It Is remarked that the Irencb toScDSO arootbe1atqueensngwore coats It Briar Her Etc What do you do when yonr wife youWhygood across the street or some other woman I know she detests And that brings her eh Yes It brings her and sometimes eYe erything throwsble that happens to be- nj her reachtooSaIt Lake City Tribune There cannot live a more unhappy 9creature manrwbo themeTempleISThe Revolution of 1848 feInParisJ ust came in for the revolution From y windows I had a lIne view of nil thnt as goIng on I veU cemembIl he pandemonium in the streets thE- e aspect of the savage mob the wantonISfiring of shots at quiet spectators tho bOlstlno Louis Phllbopcs nankeen trousers oq the flagstaff of tho Tulle rles When the bullets began to come through my windows I thought it time to be Qft willIe It was still pOssible Then came the question how to get my bos full of precious manuscripts etc belonging to the East India companyI to the train The only rallrtmd open woe the lino to Havre whIch had been broken up close to the station but farther on win IIintact In order to get there we hadl to climb tbre91Jnrrlcndes I offered my concierge 5 macs to carry my box lint his wife would not hear of his risking his life In the streets Ten francs the same result But at too sight of a louis dor she changed her mind nnd with an Altos mpn ami berlusbamJ10Arrived In London I went straight t the Prussian legation and was the Itllrst to give Buuscn the news of Louis Philippes night horn Paris So evet- poora scholar had to play his small Pnrt In the events that gp to make up tstoryMax Mullors Autobiography rrie Chinese began to write books bej regionIFho Toy Graphophone A Graphophone that children can play with and enjoy has been placed on the market Nothing can brln- ircsterhappinossg to a child It lath a most wonderful and fascinating toy over invented It repeats Mother G sl 0lugsm arialmnsIcx for the boys 1 opera tion it Is as simDle as the turning ofaI wheel There is no mechanism to get out of order no springs to wind no rovers to work Unlike Other of t 0heTIterSrecorjIscomoJn sets ot five one SetchIno Other sets containing differ ent selections can be easily obtained The Toy Grapbqpbone gives noJdea f the beauty and volume of repro ot Grapbophonea that nae cylinders instead of disks But tfserves admirably as a toy to amuse and instruct children Send S1BO to the Columbia Phonograph COt 88 Wabash Ave Chicago III and the JY Graphophone will bo sent you zpressago prepaid t Your eyes ei like sand were uDder the lashes if they burn and fJyour sight is indistinct Sutherland Eagle Eye Salve Svill make them al right It has cured thousands of case 5 cf sore eyes and granulated lids of oaf itandiug Kodol DJIIvrwI-i sp DiOMto What you Mrt rJiNO RILEY C O IJNrtJ AgDoz bj a ALJU4LEXIX LEANO1UJNCA AIMMS 1I t 1 1Ji1 iT iL ii t SI i Pa UN f ir rI JlloklfJ to 4L2fI4w Sept bI 1898 M1 NavJ + ThCTetflgtOfl Investment Cc LreversingLive Insurance p f die Colics Irlj1rge1ums to the fewof thtbkawi 1M We pay iamaUersM1t1 to allofo4srThe ebcraas theircoupcnschieLextngton Investment for every one redeled from them gsaattto1ayt its aewemberatlweoIiii t 1Thevt stniest Coit meutor I Bcanse it pays oremoneyL f2 Jiafter the third entpay theineber iscome which lncreawe his eligible to SseYIie tiltMcertificate3 i3ecaie st redeentB its i fso kasacalledssible tc tery featute1S attacked to ity w4cktifnvor thepor few at the eense of tke t Because after three many years if the ertifilatCio kiIIed thtcl4erpi tain a hpald UpertIgcateand1c y po CtettsOur regular orderstrength like lif bntM11k4surehi aebCpi r rp H T SCBOTT M AYJIS 1Loc t Agent MSprifie1d Ni BUSINESca ED U C Arl ONl in 5teb neee t UM l DfIm tSportauoetorukIBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS CQULE6E 1 J LovILLi KY J IISHORT Bottle Free to Sufferer Does your Skin Itch or Burn Dstr soy4lelju y oScabs and stat U ibm joutheSkjnl S Ecknakinthe Stun Prictdin Pain rll the Skifir Qoils Pimples BoneP Ins Swo lien Joints Falling Half 1AURi1Down Skin Pale Old S Cs Eatin syiniwsPoisons in the biocxl To cure fo stair cured take B B Bo amc Blood Balm which makes the bl od pure and rich B B B will cause the sorest heal itching of eczema to topforevea thireathre e 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