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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 7 r r r rw jwt f I i tt tiLiii61 f THE NEWSLEADER01 I i t I 1tflitw iT SeriesrV iNo2ii SPRINGFIELD WASIEErNGTO1COUNTY t KENTUCKY r JUNE r2 fiji I r 1A YEAB k j f jMJfi DIRECTORY tV ivS tJUNGFI lwD county seat of Wjwifagtou County S2 miles south I eMt f iyexifanrton S9 mlleS from I o MYiIleon Bardstown branch ol LLL U1e ant1 NshvitleraUroad tn- 1afria K aDd agricultural distridt TwoflkS telegraph and telephoneS llaeWexpeak office flour mills lumberS yatdsi PopidatiOnhl00 population of cauty 15000 Btefkesentative CongreaBOn DS gS itkHbdg nVme Ky JtejNresentative in Kentucky Legis or I1abtrejIofl G A DloneyI XepcsctativC in State Senate Hon ltElJiiryearCampbelIsviUe KY p 1 Ss ktYSl iv CIRCUIT COURT CrAtCott begins enthe fourth 14 ii Uy in February t May and Octo 4V iVPgafa P1tescnTude i 2 IfSHi Swjpeaey Commonwealth At frerey F lr Campbel1 Olerk o AMed1LV fJdasterComm ss z iIvfr QUARTERLY COURT QurterIy Coirt is heW on thet1ird k ttiujF V rtvk COUNTY COURT thefonrth Jas1 4L1 tseyJudgeoEWl l Booker TVJS Maye County Attorney gotgcCat1ettJai1er Byron Ccoake Sheriff v r RickurdlshainS Sidney v R It AtOsbornell Depntie ilnrnesF Yoo CoiintyDSurvercr tJI Jl Royalty sses iO Bran Deputv hr j kort Noes Treasurer d J MonigomeY Coroner 1 tt = i i Ififi CITY COURT JamesRNoe Police jTndjje 111 5 5Jhn Grace Mrshal t Wi IJ ClaybnjokeCity Attorney Ioi USTICCOUT bJrniticei f piIJUyandl October 5S7Church Directorya ir fV BAPTIST CHURCH Rey George WSwopePastor Ser Aic evert Sunday atltajn and 730a fm Sunday School at 839 Prayer Meeting on Wednesday uighfr at 730 f METHODIST CHURCH SIS Rev EfiP Stiles Pastor Services bH eTitlltrldThird Suuday in each ttlt 11 a m and 750 p n Sunr 1ay School every Sunday atlOam eSr night PR SBYrgRIAtCHURCH 1RR E Lawson RKtorSer i4eXery Suaday atl1 ai iii and 73p jp iPrAyer meeting eyefr Thursday mllbt x CATHOLlp CHURCHo1 FRev PP Hennessay Pastor 3er dCH vety Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock aCSCvices at St Rbse same hours 4 CHRISTIAN bRURCHbt CRev it FLloVd Pastor Cervices ciad and fourth Sunday in each sonthr J rwfr 1 t t t Fraternal Ordersh MASONIC LODGE Spring fleid Lodge I No meets second Mouday in eac- hoth 7pWashington R 0 aeet every third Monday Springfield Council 052 meets on f Tcyery fourth Monday N GUT of TUB MAC UEEs Meets liei first Wednesday in each month i o R MBLACKHAW TRIBE V Mmeets every Wednesday uiiI1tin wigyratn McElrby Hall SoiLandN TIME TAB ll LIti5rt5ot Tiati JP SA y 40 r tpringaeld iv 5S1 2- 091TVlteyHIU541186 1203Booker 1t41IU 11154CroskessII58Sll37Woodlawn 6Jttl oklU27 Early r3 5 113 BardE t J5ft t Timltl ft2 IQ80 Sf I25Deatavihto6jt1 111 Cane Spring 6 1t405 G9Hobbs ISu IM C1earmnt70t1480 BardstowflJUflCt 7 loS 90 i ShephsrdYllIe 2 Jj4 gubers7 2i 80Utk StS 8180 South parrI t5trkk8 Q Lv h Lrni1viUe Artrd x 10 4Myha1rew measures just 4 feet iixiJtIich 88lhflel1gtlirWbalAerB Uurvqur has done for me I certain j Believe itTrriU do for other 1 cheer fully recommend it to Hi who rIsb- abBiitlauT beautiful and long haW AuieiiaPettIgreirbkr 8Hfi Wfii W A ROUND Of TALK MH Physical Culture MaidI hes taking physical culture nowAShes swingingindian club It Works the shoulder muscles up Like mothers when SHE scrubs moves the dumb bells up and down In very mnob the way That mother guilds HER biceps up When its wshJ lt day Shed taking physical qnlture now At trapeze work she trains And balances like mother when SHE Cashes window panes he dons the gloves and boxes too Opponents have to dodge Shes not as good as mother though Wbenlathersdheoo to loJge 1Mau lce W Grey 10 TERSTREET The ma ny friends of Rev VT Over street in this county will heaJ with iihteres the announcement of his approaching marriage to Miss Adeline Briggs of Shelby ilW Ky Mr Overstreet has forn number of years been pastor of the Pleasant Grovechurbh h1s bounty aid about a year ago accepted ag an a ci ona- lworkchalgeofthePr sbyteri8Jl church at Perryville At the ttp1ace he met Miss Briggs who has had charge of the wing Institute there for several years The wedding 4is to take- place on June 30at the home of the brides parents Shelbyville ox Mr EA Cox of this place recently received a letter from his nephew Wm Clifford Cox who is w th Uncle Sams army in tjie Phillipine Islands The letter is written from Puerto Princessa and con tains some interesting accounts of army life in our new possesi sibns Young Cox is a kn tie Tenth Infantry sargentI beeajn tb army for Jive years uitg ihthe fighting at Santiago He writes tha all is quiet at thot- articular1ocaiity5 in the islauthr nd that the natives fcre ijhis regiment glost only two men one from sickne and one from being accidentally shot by sentinel Sargent Cox sends his uncle as a souvenier an old penny bearing the dare 1804 PTER TH M lt seems thatI other towns are to take the protest against Sunday negro rsiQIl8 The Lebanon Pal con says On last Sunday a ne- rog excursion was scheduled to run from Louisville to Spring field but when it was due failed to put in an appearance Upon investigation it was found that the authorities of the lattert plcb quarantined the coons n account ofsmall pox There is to be an excursion next Sup day from Louisville to Lebanon and Greensburg We do not now whatvthe people of Greens urg think about it but we thinkt our city Board of Health should take steps similar to our neigh boring city Iti is bad enough to ave a gang of boistrous city ne- groes turned loose upon the streets of ourcity on the Sabbatht to say nothing of the fact that they are liable ts spread small ox5 and other loathsome diseases Now gentlemen of the Board of Health itsuup to you What will you do about it IJ IOINGthing good and strong when you go after it all and it appears that in these strenuous days method of procedure is about the only one which suceeds Some time since SpringfieldM made application for sOme free rural delivery routes The peti tions were signed and sent to Congressman Smith at Washing ton with the request that he look after them It seems that appli cations for routes ifrent from Lebanon at about the same time or a little sooner but the Leba non people followed up their formal application vith other urgent methods such as political pulls and so forth in fact they went put after what they Wanted good and strong The result was that thel people of Spring 3 Id awoke to the factafew days ago that Lebanon was about to secure a maR route which ould run about to the limits of our town Then it was that the I I gooditcitizenand strong inan effort to I checkmate the scheme of our nghbOrsa1i protests and peti tions were JSred into Washington audto dfflcialsi =other than Con gressm nSmihwitbthe result as can be Seen from an iter in another column that Springfield now has an equalshbw witfi Lebanon on the assignment of mail routes There is nothing like asking for what you want and insisting on getting it- 6 A 1M ARKS Rob Marks of this tilace has exhibited quite a talent as an artist and with time and training will undoubt edly be heard from in that line Robs specialty seems to be pen and ink sketches and some of his work isof a high class order showing originality and good execution r He has contributo several sketches to the Louis papers and some time ago was awarded several prizes in draw oingWANTED We would like to ask through thecolmins of your paper if thee isany person who nas used Groans August Flower foi ine cure of Indigestion lyspep Biti andLiver troubles that has nol been curedand we also mean tneir results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia headache despondcfeelings Rleeplessness t any trouble connected with the stomach or liver Thjs medicine has been sold for years in all ciyillved countries and we wish to correspond with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never trieoVAug nat Flower try one bottle first itsIillnir Ji o ntr thinjr more uiion is tliM IIin u pu Askyour oldest uru si oLi Makes Weak Women Strong J1Pepsinsi usedItatstrong I cannot praise It enou n Mrs 0 D qJnfcjlirl Filthy Temples i Indal Sacredcows often defile India pa temples but worse yet is a body polluted with constipation Do not permit it Cleanse your system with Dr Kings New Life Pills and avoidunlold misery 1bey give lively liver active bowels fine Appetite Only 25 cents ot Haydon Robertson Brought her out In Debt One of the strangest cases thufihas lately come under our eye Idthe one now pending in th reiBoyle Circuit Court Mrs MrsShewmaker suitlthe L N railroad for tb etkilling of her first husband twitrotorforlaw firm conduct ho case fAfterihrVoris vi s itppii ted admintstra toraUlI ppointil Another set 1awis to waigethe sUIS Mrs frt trui judgment for 50000 datuiag Phlte amount clainvl hy the lifferent lawyers would L9 Hiiqiit 110 per cent otI the wbis nat mid the whole thatt1hemustItpayHerald Virulent CsHcer Cured Startling ItIh itota wonderful advance in medicine is tgiven by a druggist G W Roberts ofI Elizabeth W Va macici manIgood doctcrspronouncrd iucur able cancer They beleived hiIst case hopeless till be used Else trio fitters and applied Buckie QS Armco Salve which tr lilmentj completely cured him When Elictric Bitters lire used to ex pel billions Kidney and micro bepqisoqat the same time this salve exerts its matchless hai lug power blood diseases skin sv8riishBittt Hay on Bobertsoar Neighborhood Without a Negro l14r Taylor Thompson of Black this county was a caller kt the Standard offic9 last Mondays This was Mr Thompsons first yisiMo the Icounty seat in six years He was summoned pere as ajuror in the turnpike cases now on trial in the Circuit Court but wasnotcompetant to act andlwus discharged Mr Thompson itis a prosperous farmer andan intereRtidg conversationalist ant- itod much that hi worttiy of print He related a singular circumstance in connection with his neighborhood In a radius of several miles Mr Thompson says there is not a single negro and a colored person is regarded as a great uriousity Many of the younger residents of tile coiinty have never seen a negro althongh at Chaplin a hbrl distance away there scored of themeFor some reason the jblack folkea have an antipathy for the Black neighborhood and giveit a wide berth Should n pss that way he would afr tract as much attention as Bar nnms circus and be the subject f conversrtion for days after w ardsyStandard i lAazv women fail to digest their food and so become pale and sallow thin and weak yfhile the brghthes- trehnesf and beauty of the skin and cpmplectiou departs Remedy this b taking Herbine after each meal to digest what you have eaten Pricel at Haydon and Robertsons Happy time Ila Old Tewft Wefe1t very happywrites R N Bevill Old Town when Arnicfi Salyp wholly ured our daughter ofa bad case of scald head It dslights alt who use it for Cuts Corns Bur Bruises Blls Ulcer Eruptions Only 25c at tfavdon and Robertsons drng store On the first judiction of Kldqey trouble stop it by taking Foleya Kid n ey cure Sold by WoodSoberison Drug Co Hows Tfiis Vfa ollhr Quo Hundred DolInrgRwardSfoi any ot Catairh hll eel by Iliil IV Cntorrh C ire K J CHEN KY dWeFbUhonoy for the last 15 years arid oievo hum perfectly honorable m J1l bus ness transactions flue financially able to carry out any obligation made by hIr11ruSWpsr TrftAx Wholesalej Druggists IlWholesga TedofHalls 0Dn lnternaflT- cting directly upon the blood and mu cotiR surfaces of the system Price 75o perbottle Sold bvall n tfr TttlftI The following item which is of local interest is clipped from the Tattlers Department in tne Louisville Times There was a big AfroAmer Springfieldyesterdayjiing friends there concluded to get in the forward passauger coach and take advantage pf the llow rate to e1 cheirfarpUy fareell pitvioA their enforced stay ih the hot city while they were to live bn the fat of Springfield and pass the merry hours in pleasure Never mind chndrenore marke the mistress of the house Well have an extra good din nerand enjoy ourselves at home The cook had ber orders and a georgeods feast Was prepared As the diners sat around the table the door was thrown open and in walked the merrymakers They looked like they bad quit the business dust clung to themI they bad gray hair on their shoes and an expression of the weary Willie 2What you 1 exclaimed the hopt ss ilWhy I thought you were ia Springfield Thats what we expected was the reply hut the Springfield crowd quarantined against the negro excursion and here r we are hungry as hunters Womeft are forgiving and mercI- ful They gotdinner moRtlJ1ucomfortableI dont neglect it Jont let the corn plaint get a firm holdj Eyeiy day the disease is neglected it grows worse Commence at once 16 use Tablers Backeye ointment the relief U imme dint and cUre infallabte Price SCicI in bottle tubes 75 cents Hayden Rob rtsun L I IFoundingI i of j St Rose f Utiyi lucky tl v Of THE TIRST If STROSt ACitAN- IOnfUlfMlNlSCNSfS whahaqRose Monastery for several totbet arcles relative to the early his tb17and work of the Catholic priests in Kentucky and to the founding of the church and the3l monasteryatStRose near this p placefrom the articles which wlll be of local interest After telling of the coming to this country pf the first pri ststhe writer says In the autumn of this aPe year 1805 Father Wilson reached American soil and Jn a letter dated Oct 14th from Georgetown Maryland he annouiced his arrival to Fattier Concauen It can readily be imagined with what joy Father Fen wick att length found his dearest wish and prayer realized Father Wilson his main support and reo lliance was with him Did space permit some details of the long land arduous journey from the seaboard to the interior might be given here for the edification of the Records readers many of whom are themselves lineal de cgndents Qf those who hailed the coming of our missionaries with such gladmanlfestattong of joy and good will In September 1805 Father Fenwick reports to Father Con eapnamon tother things HI and my don reres Frs Ray mond Tuite Thomas Wilson and Antoninus Angler are now getting settled in the State of Ken Ituoky Washington couuty nea- pringfield r where I have purchased a plantation of five hun ied acres with a tolerably good rick dwelling house a good saw and grist mill with other im prov6mentsfr This I have bought with the amount of my paternall estate in Maryland I find that have no other resources to qy undertaking but iin1t ivine Providence and the small temporal property God has blessed me with The people in his state are all poor it being a new state pud lately suittledr hey have engaged to us a college and church by sub scription When that is done we shall bd well fixed to promote the glory of God and the good of our neighbor In the meanwhile we shall begin with due or two novices who are to join me in about six months hence when we shall opeu a noviceship In o durdo better1t In the mranwhile the small community struggled on untie emanypersistance of Father Fenwick iin his original Idea that Father Wilson wasthe man to be en- trustedt with the management of affairs finally led to the latters appointtaqnt in February 3807 t as Provincial and since Father Fenwick had hitherto exercised a tuthorityonlyl of the newly founded provinceJf Father Wilson is to be considered as the first official Prior Provinj cial thoughit required nothing J 5 BlackHair Vigorforgreatlypleaed illYhairrsHClenAyers Hair Vigor has been restoring color to gray hair forJifty years and it never fills to do this Workelther You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling for kcePng your llp cleananetI Q making your hair grow ILN hHJt drsuIM SSU 1Our cInIRIIt cssol supply e lead u OM toDar u4 we will p5SH youbottto Ba ntremsdftra the aIms of roar JMlrllt eZIftN oseeoUeI J AucoIowa1J XMl hort of Apostolic authority to niune him since contrary to the llaw j of the order relatiag tothe establishment of new Provinces here was a case unique in Itomin cian annuls of only Convent with acqmmunitv of only four mepabers On the 16th of the JollowlogMay Father WiisQn and hit three religious held a council in whicn itwas definite lly determined to build a codes COljIpj We took possession of1 Our con vent on St Josephs Day March 19 1809 according to the form expressed in our constitution to the astonishment and edification Of the people there presentt WeS Ihave now acquired some ledge of this country tlimate manners and customs of the eople so much X may say as to bejeptirely satisfied and pleased with the whole The Qathbllcs to the number of 15 000 or 20000 are dispersed all over tne state 8by their poor and lowly situation not being isle to pur base land iin the richer parts and afford ris occasion of travelling V great deal and of seeing all parts hav- ingi to travel for 50tto 2CO and inear 800 miles to visit the sick and console them etc With the ccooperation the people in Our congregation both CathOliCs aDdI Protestants we made and burnt llastlyear 360 000 bricks if or the purpose 6f building a church in honor of St Rose asiqurf desire is to have a church narhel patronage and the college yrhen built under the patronage of St Thomas Aquians Un May 24th llast the translation of t Dom- inie I laid the foundation stone otf said church with great solem nity and a concourse of people surprised and edified Thework isi now g inK prnsperausly on and the building will be covered in and complete as d the out side by November next In May 1 807 we onened a small nursery for our future convent received abont 12 boys of m v own choice ttwoof mynephews at berate of 100 per annum and 10 poor boys of Kentucky gratis who hdd a tolerably good copntry ed ucation They have madatR cb- progressinLatioJ as wev applied chiefly to that for the first year are well grounded in rudiments and syntax can read aridexplain tolerably well and are tqY all postulants Sir ofthese are yer b ly rceived and willi be sOL enuily admitted to the habit andi novitiate on St Ross dayinAugwitJleXt These jsixjipostui lanes are frtm 15 tb 19 years Qtr age and will be capable in twelve months more of some teaching in our new college which W e hope- St open about that time We l count 2800 souls in prcongre gatiopi Our chapel is Under the patronageof St Ann about two miles from us where one fusserves every Sunday and holy ay The rest of the congrega i ti parts1herer w When onr new church Iis finish d we shall divide the cong e gation between St Ann and St Rose I hope to have Another chapel under the protection of St Joseph Thus 4 you see dear Father we hoye a fair prospect before us ft 4 On May 18 1810 foftr were Bd mitt d to the vows of religion sheSltfohn States They wer0 Samuel1o Lewis Montgomery tied At St ab6utSStephen RichnrdPius MUesqi tFebruj ary 21r 18f1Qns first bishop of Kashvilley and William Tw Wil llett who died May 3 1824 ataLexington Ky i Up to May 28 1328 eight Others at different time took upon themselves the irrevocable obligations of a religious lifej Nicholas Demonic XJoung a nephew of Father Fenwick ana later an interpid Iiardy pioneer missionary who died full of years and honors Nov 28 1878 James Thomas Polin and John Hyacinth McGrady who after i 11ward9orstbrthwest country returnLr rto their noviciate home nqtJj much moire than reaching there after a long separatiotL to die j j 4thother three days later in theyear 1888 Bt the zealouspriesti I I eceivedar beautiful tribute from Archbishop Spalding in his entucitfTVincent Martin died May lOt 1859 Charles Pius Montgomery once named lor the bishopric of Moo teray died April 15 1860 Charles Itomonio Bowling died J 5uneThomas Jarboe died eightyTone j y0ars of age Marclz77i868yOf the last bishop Flaget wrote Dec 81838 to the editor of tliec Annals of thcleopaatioiothat when the vterrible scourge of cholera bipke put in May of th tyeatand raged witbpe ciali violence inii Washington N elson and Fayette counties h tieQ vrdersistaiic of the sorely afflicted P teeoplestriclcennumbered from five to s bix1ttheir malady feared that they wereJeft almost entirely to themselves 1bwith flone to help them ini their jpitiable condition oQhetwoseemed to multiply themselves i bna pnddead At least eighty persons succumbed to the ravages of the cholera and were carried away in lless than fifteen days I The inhabitants who hay aesuryiyed the destructive scourge despite their consider able losses have insistently ask ecdpermisionofInetouyaiot in the town and to build church w ohich8l sessionas tribute of lively 2ejcOgnition of thejfi services during theIcholera The Protestants offer to contribute generously to this double movementofietyand- giatit d Y tlKHAH Due Minute C3aikr beat al other mediclc Xevertriecl for cold r croup and throat and Jong troubles pays D Scott Cnrrin of iogantown Pa OueMiriate Congk Cue lathe o ly absolutely safe cough remedy Which act imffiediateiyi Mothers everywhertsthfy to the gpod it has dooethefr little oncsCrppp lsosudden In its attacks thatvry often fhe doctor arrtyetf too laU 5t ycili Smat bncd tpQneMnnte Cough Cure jeasant io take children lik it Sure cure for grip broncaitit c ughr Haydon and Robertson Special Reduced Hatesto the WtThe special rates made for Iii Bs I4wupnIaINobles of the Mystic Shrine ai San Prancisco J Ilune IQth to 14t1E Ai 0 U W meeting at Portlan i JunelOch toOth B POEGrand lodge meeting at Saltr Lake City August 12 to 14 arid the Koights of Pbythias meet ing at San Praicisco Aug 12 to 22 Apply through Colorado aid Vtah via th Mver Rip Grande and Ri0i Grand WesterB Tne scenicJjln of the World parsing the most famous point in thtRocky mountains You 11o 1dsee that your ticket reads via this route iia order to make your trip iwre enioyable F tord aescpttlLtttgrteresv tickftaket r diesC S toC aoloradoytlFr utaa avrivl Fate lEverybodynp ion writes Mrs M heilds o Chambersbnrg Pa I was so low after six Months f severe sicknejgs caufefd bdjHay lever and Asthma thj Itw jthought could gettwell but lllearned of the iniaryellous merit of Brokings l ew Djscovery r forconaumptton Used it aod aa completely curedLFor desper ttBthrothitthe safest r in the wprid and islnfallable for Coughs and colds and bronchial affections Guaraneed bottles SO cents and it 00 TiiaJ Volleai Baydoi Rbberjtsons l WM wacttflf Away i The olfotring let et frtjas Robert it Watt of Salem MO is iaitmctlTe ii ave bea trwibledv W Uh kidney dlseaa for the last five years I los Ioflesh andnever felt welt and doctored t with leading physiciaaa iajsd tried all eusedleisuggctted withwt frIsalIyItrledFoteYsXicEncy les tnan two bottles cured me arid I aM abw sound and well Sold by Wo d Xobertwn Dr wg Co I I I t TRAGCir IN MARKW ty rurIlWllk rSlll Otay j tUffs JtIIIMIHet frfe iA special frniLebncigIea particulars of a trsg4y which ot c red there last Saturdy It a7 At Calvary this county B ernrd1Vilkerso accidentally hot and killed John Madden afternoon about one clOck Wiikersoi who is a son of N If Wilkersbn of thili tyisahout iTnete s years oi age while Matldeo who is a SOB of W T Madden thd Jailer iot Marion cotnty is about twenty years of axe The boys who wer mo i iSmate friends were out to Cat ary which is situated oa tht foiling Fork river early ytrday morning on a 111tit fish Sp trip carryiNg wiia i 4hia a jaaamerjess revolver When the tfagedy occared Madden bad al ready Seated himself ia the 3uggyready reitirato Leb anon and Wil ke son in the act climbing into the baggy 1211 lag the revolver tthis dIRt and and at the saeae tiaie grip tngthe top of th baggy with the same wnd in order to tslst himselfj to get into thb btggy in some way d sGlirtberYor t yer Accidentally aai shot Ma4j den the ball enterii the rifh4 ye Madden died almost iItstantlyv WilSersJoa nlltcruea in the buggy cad- rought Madden to Lebacoc n the way they were al byceveal pepe hoJMoticiril the reclining poit19ncrUte joung aaa suppoe 4a to be Iintoxicated amd dlrore OB The trafedj was ttshock to the family of Maddens father as well M to Baay fneed of the family ia1 this city and to Wilkersoas amilit JibJ t1iIj Hospital this city Your Vacaf ion If yott ite gpingtotaks aa outing this tsummer why not gather a few coojceuul friefcds Andc i40ut ia fthe Rocky inSIf j The passanger D if- tleIlen r 1tiqt Graa sdRio Grande Westfraha publit1 Ila little book which wiJIW1- you Were to go what te west what to take as capp coiaforte they1fl r A copV will b Baail d rfre4oa GtfPi t4ocall s 5 iLiytf During the HU kWirrigniaritigraredttea cawMtd riMi c sslTe drinking being yebMi iAttene to the kiiaeys at e jr rtgPoieys Kidney Cure S4 fcrWo d oberison Drag Co lU CADTI6N This is not a ffeatie wsd btwnenyoathiaitJliiw liaft joc are not to purchafi for 75 eeoto the only remedy uaiyetMlrf nd altamedy thathM hMliMi largesteale of any Riilthe world since 81OItlIecr nd treatment of eo ia band Throat and I kswwithout feting lbs aijeai pops laritlUl thm ja n twillbe thankful we caUetJ9ll M teatioh to Bowtoei GrauSyrup Thrordlnarycouifh zidses by- ragiattand J others tM are- liapsacIc good 1oritsperhapii bat IoresYreiBroaonitis QospesPJy for CouiuuHMioa weiw there to difficult ezp c4oi Uoajwd ooipAi iDr dtirlWt ai tt esd atira lug thriis u- 5h1 like Grt- ian Syrup Wa1Lrli- sts in the ci worM orjorGGGrh i ft L d J = i taxatiye 1ssl- cf Ia5Y N Care Pay frhili hiDe- alel i abI LVaSwrite I Lava kec tk- rf twyeafl ibs tried alt cougk sad a4k ui IdIC1t artt aa hays meirwd t1Irom peiIeiUl ia lInUIItriMJ ther cIJHt 1ftGIvkicky M t elfI will nv rbe w1tast tt he tt house luc reljr rcQomncnd It to 1U SOW by Wood Ifcoberteon Drug Co r inr NEWSLEADER pum 3YIt DAY 4 iXa1 A IN DVAN- dEi1InGp1ELDy ij1aLii DAVION Jr tToA AjaHi jcaIor tn te8a moUceilb nit p f e for tliu ikstiaiertton sa 5 CWtB fer Wcfe Bnbjqnt Insertion i Wlt candidates anQl1tICa1mtt- rflI1iflSAi J bWl b doeat low rte but cash Js be r doa delIvery of gOOds AcVerttslHfcOBtracts made on liberal iiwnf v5 1J OWtuarle Kfli resolutions of respec 8 wits per line 1 if aOtJNrJBNri ciin Mg1strates 350 e1ntyOfIcm 500 XstrIcIOces1c I W7DAY JUNE 12 1802 ik v For Circuit ClerVv c1 f CVffcfare authorised to announce the k iwuB pf if iO F BOSLEZ i VaitjaBdldate for the ofl ce of Olerk wz f the WMfiiHgton Circuit Court Kbjcctto the action of the Demo I cratic pry A decision of greatimportance has been made oythe Kentucky t rCo1 of Appeals The Court i Judge rnffy writing the opinion V holds to be constitutional the i law authorizing the State Board of Valuation and Assessment Jo JI certify th0 franchise valuation of railroads to the collecting officers of counties cities towns 1 and taxihtg districts for local taSatiou This will mean a dis dbution of more than 5QO 060 over the State on a retro spective assessment to and iin luding tfB96 It practically doubles this class oftax s4 J SiMiIt fever Spring fever Is another name for billiousness It is more serious than i1 mostpeopl think A torpid liver I aad Inactive bowels mean a poisoned system If neplected derions illness may follow such symptoms DeWJtts Little Early Risers remov vall danger j bystiraulating1 thj liver opening the bowels and cleanse the system of im pur ties Safe pills Never grIpe 1 v have taken DeWitts Little Early Ris cr fottorpijlI1vor every spring for Xars writes R E Everly Moun iyille WfVa and the do me mote gOod than anything I ev tried Haydon 4 obrts nSA1 Welcome Visitor The first how of the season will visit this place on tyToriday June J6rii SuJrelythlis wIm of swiU plcasthe ypurfg fdtJtsitbe children and ther older ones also Sun Brtis Woridjs Progressive Show is one that las a standing record for presenting a good performance in one big ring in Jthe good old styie Sun Bros F run their show sirictly on busii ness and moral principles Nothing is permitted to appear that will mar the pleasure of t- heI skiepticjjily inclined Neither arehe usual army of fakirs often seen following hi the wake qrshowsy allowed to follow the I organisation The long standing EpStation of Sun Bros through4 JIII out America and the Dominion of tI Canada shall not bejeopard- izedr by allowing any catch pennyafp fair to be connected with their show Fifty great celebrated artists will appear at every per r formance Fully two and one half hours of enjoyment 1is aff orded Let all attend After oclock nqon at 2 olock Eveninsat 8 r Nobility Recommends NrivineThe above portrait fefhat of Countess Mogelstud of Chica gtjIlLyhose gratitude for the benefit ce ved from the use of tr Dr Miles Nervine prompted her to make this statement 9t affords rae great pkassrc to add f ay testimoBy to the very excellent amthfDiMile5Xemac Although lam past So years of are I find it soothes the tired 1Iran qmets the irri tat serves and iMtnts restftl sleep 1 never feel coened without a bottle Si of it iathchcue Gratefully yovs MARIApCeotaI Mogelated t t111 Dr Nervine I iIX srye tonic and qength builder that starts ril1t in re itoring health diatelyI lrunSDtMi IHI r F ii FJ = VV TT T T i 4 a TTrrri News Frofn The County t Ii t O R9 PJ II as Reported by imf Correspondents A 7 7 JJMclINTlRtI ttiti tjt Mr andvMrsiJSid Johnson viil sited the latters uncle Mr Ben Gambron Sunday Mr Martin Spalding visited his nephew Dr Harvey Smnck at St Marys last Sunday Bro Arvin tilled his regular Sunday serviceat the Hardins Greek Baptist church Sunday Several from here attended thej annual commencement Sjt Loretto Acadamy last Tuesday Mrs Eliza Warren of Dais county is visiting her fathers fjJinily Mr Toni Blandford of this section Mr Leonard Baker of your city and Miss Hattie Blandford of this section called on Miss Eta Hill Sunday afternoonr Everyone is quite busy with hi meadows corn is looking very promising after the nice little shower we had on Sunday morning Quite a number are anticipa ting going to Louisville the 22nd as there is to bean excursion from your city that day Everybody be on hand Miss Prndie Blandford return ed fromLouisville last Thursday night accompanied by herbrbthiBr Robert and bride formerly Miss Mary Kelley of this county Quite a number of friends a dj relatives were Invited to the arents1Mrand l where affera hearty welcome j and many congratulations al repaired to the dining room which was nicely decorajted with honey suckles and roses After a very heariy repast and quite a lively conversation all bade good night and rePtirad to their homes Ma3Mralu Mrs Blandfords lifebe along and happy one WtriiSBURG Mr John Sutherland is quite sick at this writing Cecil Gibbs has returned home from school at Han odsburg to spend vacation Mr John Suttdn hai been ill for the past week at the home of MrAnnBurtonQul rof our people attended tthe dedication at Brush orrovo last Sunday Dr Melwood Hyatt and EoD Wells were in Hurrpdsburg last Monday on busidess Harry Greenwood arid Walter Wells of this place paid your town a cal last Wednesday evening Misses Nora Mcllvpy and Mae Miller of this place are visiting Dr W W Hyatt and wifu at Mackville this weekl E4D Wells sold a buggy to Dr Demaree of Mackville for 14al3o sold one to Dr Me l wood Hyatt for 140 Miss Rich Armstrong hits re turned home from a visit to Mc Afee She was accompanied by her sister Mrs Sharp W A Shey who died June 5 in the fullness of years had wont for himself a warm place in tho hearts of those who knew him well We deeply deplore his death andto us to whom his presence has so long Been wel come there can henceforth be no coming together without a sor rowfnl sense of personal loss but if our riead and assistant is gone A ere still remains to us hi memory one tfiai will stay with us to the end of onr days We will always think of Mr Shealey as a character a good man a pleasant friend He was amem berof tne Baptist church of Camden Ky He joined tIre church when ayoung man andI we believe has tried to walk in the straight ana narrow way He was always beloved by his family and friends We will give whatever there is in sinecrity to those in their grief forost View The Misses Carrico and broth ers will entertain a crowd 6f young folks tonightJ Da4essMrs Eliza Warren of county is at the home of her father Tbs Blanford this week Robert Wheatly returned- home a few days since after an absence of two years in Mem phis Tenn I Miss Emma Nunan who has been teaching school in Arkansas J has returned home and paid our community a visit zxv UOI UVVV i Mrs Pius Nally entertiineda number of ladies atdinnerlas- Thursday ina most delightful way which Miss Anna is noted for jj Mrs Eebep c A GPatley4 Of the beautiful ittle villiage of Valley Hill is vis tinger brother and other friends at this place i Miss Florence Warren of delightIfully I Ms Rich Smith has completed hisnew scales and is reidy to weigh all the sheep hogs and cattle that Cousin Nelse can buy throughout the uriiveise Mr Robert Blanford and wife who were married in Louisville lastweekw re brilliantly en tertained at the home of his father last Thursday night The sQikingclu t at our front gate last Monday night There is some talk of it andthe Dirty Twelye consolidating and if so we hope to jneet with a better sale of Mail Pouch To- baccO The young people w ere most terribly shocked Idstweekyhen the news reached here of the sad fate of one of their dome ra4near Lebanon a young man and beloved by all But a few short days bavegone since he Was among us and now he is gone A ringing laugh a bound ing step is tilled a flower has faded a spirit departed to the One who gave it and we cast this upon his silent bier and say farewell farewell MOORES7ILLE Born June 8th to the wife of- NateWcek1y a 10lb girl Miss Bessie Boblit ofnellr Blo field visited relatives here last week P W Royalty and W H Keightly have the best wheat crop in this section Several from here attended the ice cream supper at Wood lawn last Tuesday night We hopelour county will get several free rural deliveryrouWs- as the people seem to want them Mr EdMoore has removed his saw mill home and will saw some for himself and his neigh bors Last Sunday being a wet gloomy morning but few of our people attended the dedication at Brush Grove r pastCwen to about get through setting out their crop especially those who bad the plants Quite a crowd of our young people attended tb supper at Polin last Thursday night It washed in the yard of Mr Zack Crow They netted about 30 Mr Mit Wilson and Miss Lelia Jones went to Springfield Wed nesday of last week and wer Itheevery joy be theirs MrW H Keightly went over to Mackville last Sunday and contemplates going again next Sunday Some attraction lorlWill I suppose Wish him cess as he 1a deserving young man hasiiIi to preach fpr them They havei not decided whether they will have church once or twice a month Hfe will preach his next sermon first Sunday in July Miss Nancy Shehan entertain ed her young friends last Friday nignt it being her birthday Ices and cake were served She was the recipient of many nice presents She is the daughter of Dr j1N Slil eldestI Mackville icMiss Ella Cox is visitingi rela tines at Taylorsvllle Miss Ada Humphrey is vishiug rela Ices ih Pmeville Seath Mays who has beert low with consumption is somewhat imprqved Stijibusiness 45Ij Miss Emma Cor who hiwi i bean attending Hamilton colegai Iatr Rev J4 N Halt of Fulton Kv preacned at toe Baptist ch urch iu town last Sunday ight comlbinedi3yea Thurman of your town for 175 J1 Robinson and Co our millers bought of Bob Criger df East Txasi30bu hels of wheat at S2 cents RavC M Humphrey and Will bK Petersjattonded the district cbnference which convened this week at Moreland Ky M Walker bought a bunch 53 poupd hogs of C R Could IGat 6t cts aud also bought pound heiler of Davis Case at 20 Gabe Shewmakerrbought a bunchof stock ewes pf Tom Bot torn at 2 50 per he3d also a combined mare 8 years old of Sam Gartin for 100 Died on the morning oftne 7th at 4 oclock at his home near town Scottt Campbell in fi is 24th year of consumption Futierafc services were conducted the fot lowing day at the Methodist church byRe C M Humphry after whichthe remains were in terred In Peters cemetery Scott was an exemplary young pan and had a host of warm friends who extend great symyathy to the bereaed family BOOKER Miss Berrie Boblitt of Burley is visiting her aunt Mrs Susan Goatley of Booker this we6kN Spring4field Birdie Mann at her cottage on the pike Miss Cleavy Goatley and Iviiss Boblitt were in Booker Tuesday andspent the night with Mist Jessie ManQI Mr and Mrs Jessie Mann have returned1 from Newmarket where they have sen visiting friends and relative Lookout ladies we have a bachelor whoj has 7iOO spring chickens and has sold 4269 worth of eggs from Jan 1 to June 7 this year What lady can beat this- Everything looks prosperous since the rain in the way of gar den produce Wheat is looking up some while the general stand is bad but the head looks like it may put out a good grain For the benefit of parties wishing to visit Mammoth Cage our agent gives the following rates to take effect after the 15th of this month For parties of 10 andup to 25 persons rate for the round trip and through the Khortutid long route in cave and t one and a fourth days board for 1010 Who will got Please let the agent know by postal so he will be able to secure tickets when the club is made up He says he has only received one postal card so lar in answer to 1his request IILREA COLD IN CNED4Y Laxative Brunio Quinine Tab ti Ml druggist refund the mon Jt it fdls to cure E W Grove Y Hill IV81 tNews is scarce a this writing but will jot down a few item veryi11jwith heart trouble Mrs Mollie Barlow iis no better at this writing Mrs Ethel Seay is visiting relatives in Loujsville this week Several from here attended the dedication at l3ruslt Grove- Sunday last Mrs Sallie Carneys brother and nephew of Danville visited her last week Jetson Lyddun bought u new buggy from S M Karrick Price paid 100 Several car lloads of hogs shippddfromI Tatum Clements bought of fWill Beam apairof mulesfoV 100 also one of Elbridge Pink ston fbr90 I Mr Frank Carney Car eysoa a bunch of ll shotes at SO 50 apiebe toiiash Tucker They cost him 745 a lhundred Liver Pills i f Thats what younped sortie frrthing ktp cure ybiir bilibys l pqjJSsfipation and biliousness Gently laxative Alldrullr uts ItTlIlIf tfbo Tlicnue beard a r I BUCKINGHAMS SQYE for theWnlskers I de PDa-co W k- AxLi3 vA1CA 1idlight loads GRIlAS Food for everything that runs on wheels Sold Everywhere Xad STANDARD OIL CO Corsey InitiationlyHENRY WINTHROP tCopllrloht fll the S S Company oo jllHere yare gents only 10 cents hplecc The art of the world gentle men for 10 cents apiece Genuine pic hires by the most famous French nflis ters for tile small sum of one dime 10 Cents Step right up now before the limited supply Is exhausted PrlBcllla Gardner driving down Tre mout street in her private hansom poked her umbrella through the trap In the roof James she culled drive Slowly past that jima who la selling photographs DrIve as slowly as you can mid drive close to the crowd In a moment the hansom bad wheel ed aiijj was retracing Its route past the street corner where a muscular look lag young fellow was handing out un mounted photographs as rapidly as he could pake changed Miss Gardner lean ed the up ou of the hansom and eagerly scrutinized the face as the cab slowly passed but there was no Inter ruption In the patter that helped dispose of hl8 wares Here you arebe said as he passed over a photograph and pocketed a ten cent piece Diana tot a dime and 4bheup at the price No extra charge lor Venuses or Psyches one dime 10 bents Step up gentlemen and take your pick The cab had passed out of hearing now and Miss Gardner sank back on her cushions There was a vexd ex presslon on her pretty face as she mur mured Hojv eau grown up men be so silly That evening at7 Gerald Corsey Immaculate in evening dress presented himself at the Gardner residence Where he was received by PrIscilla and her father the lion J6bn Alden Gardner The girls eyes were dane lug as she gave him her hand but her Good evening was In the demurest of voices Perhaps she was In awe of the Honorable John Gerald stood rather In awe of the gentleman him self The latter was more polite than cor dial I am very sorry that an important business engagement prevents my making one of the opera party tonight but my sister Miss Gardner will take good care of Prlscilla and I will prob ably drop in later and see you all safe ly home Gerald wondered in what capacity lie wasgolng since Miss Gardner wai considered so woefully In need of protectorSHalf an bout later the Gardner car rlage drew up befoh tide opera house 1To BE PERFECTLY FRANK WITH TOU J NKEUEJJ THE It had begn a most uncomfortable ride GardnerIPrIscilla was In a maddening mood 1so superior and dignified with a new condescension In her voice Could she have heard anything A hot flush rose to the mans forehead And what she humming now Oh What a Difference In the Morn Ing DecIdcdly she had h5brd Ho could not see how her eyes were still drincing and he leaned bark In hit corner savage and miserable At the opera thdjndles like true Bos tonlaus devoted themselves strictly to the performance Gerald tried to tol- low their example but his eyes wan Ocred back to the study of Prlcntllna pure clear cut profile She was radi antly beautiful tonight vitb yet that new tJuch of superiority that Kpomed to placb her tar beyond Iris reach Why had he ever dreamed tlisit shexvas dif fcrent from most girls and cared iioth In tar inero appearances Ho ham been mistaken she too set up money for n gcd t Prlsclllas halt laughing halt Ir ale nl sallies died invjiy under the Influl relicttopeared on the scene JIi Insisted on Corseys going home to supper with them At the table the two men talked Har yard Prlscllht listened qetly As 1ctrlllneilCOr8oJssudden dctcrniiuatlon Tin1 couvursai lion had drifted to thin Riitijict of club Initiations when she broke in eagerly 1dlnovltlatQ undergoing his ordeal thi morning There yas a man Beljlngff photographs on Tratnon street front of the Common and he tildu look n bit like the ordinary street ped t dler Corsey stared lit hei In 1rtz men tIe this was what she hd thought But what would she think whenjflh kneW the truth Hla voice was very grave4 as he said So you saw mel Yes and I have lieguaio thlnlj that you did not like my seeing you Corsey flushed slightly The Honor Able John wits looking Interested a J igtftttfvfeilAfcvM iWiijijV ili itiwili Yif4lAf iiiN JWe Jt frif Bret A t ff I i1 tI i 5 yIfhejCarLadit rJ Any and make a seectionan4e 1iady tor Spring i tjI i TTTWtiOJCCLllTVjiI 13 j i c tiE i lti I t I it Is aSpecpyS off Northern ttl j 5 i5 V C sI iTKpMPSO GREEJtEl li kVI SPfcrNGFlELD t fiO tMf y m f fOf fytt f B t t Oto n 5 Ko4otDysp Digests what you eat This preparatio contains all of the and digests all kinds of food ItgiveS instantrclicf and nver tails to cure It allows you to eat all tim food you wan Thc mostsensitlve stomachs can take it By its use mrny thousands gf dyspeptics have been cured after else failed itprevents formation of gas on the stom ach relieving all distress after eatng Dietlngunnecessary Pleasant to take It cant help lilt do you goo Prepared only toy EO DEViTrCoOhfaHQ The SI bpttle contains times the Me size u SA IJ 5or se ill t1ur iUaf1l1 xhpu ders r frank wtlijoti- it vs t jUuritou It wa just that It dthi lxxatyS l 11 ia ffie Kttle cxcbniatlop rind J dwri lit the bunch jf idfi lets tlit Jit hud sent her that after SrDJucIIThe look that she turned on Corsey was different from any that she jhail vouchsafed him that evening ttij haps it guve him courage to facet thp Honorable John uIl11tuntthrough college when when We hall our little talk Mr Gardner said coldly tIrcdVbenl let t e1Ial graduate Instead oi going to cjomjc western college he objected because he said he couldnt keep an eye bnirit In the ond he withdrew his obje ton yot4r1years setlilad1tailedP1fibackrowedrHaving made the promise I iwds bound to Ue up to it Mytremlttancb which was due the lay before y ster day dld not come Whbu you sotlnd ly Invited tue to Join your patty this evening t for money arid was nollllfft that all the wires were down in that seption of the country I simply liad to have the money and to resort to a pawnshop would have seemed like evading my promise A cousin ift mute who Is traveling In Europe him just sent me 150 jihotjo graphs of the sort popularly thdught to be most In deinainfln It students room I kept twentyflvc or thirty pt the best and sold out theVrest at 10 cents JlIllol1 J iljadc 1200 andLtlat1 vloqtsasLan initiation but I dont want to sail under ftlso elorsSSlie ended almost defiantly and Jvps surprised when the I1Qnornb e john reached acrew the tablo aid phobic trim heart by lht teiail jWell lioni my boy ho cried jil wish tA Hire jon- JAnd Irlsilllu AVhy Prlscillas e were shlniUg with wfiat looked snap11 clously llkv tears Jf When she had said good nlghtT ajuil lomtdellclopssmoking qulotly In the firelight fntI Hprsllencetime ago Mr Corscyjhe 1CliIntime to think It over must confess t that I did not see the matter in a vary favorable oUght at nrstJbut tonight T have changed my mlntl You tiilfi4cu cjuVAjidtUF his hiItixttiiinS The RuKltnli Ifpjeo Not qneVr jv MntuUvf In UIP male line ort1nY 01 f tlit Imroiia wild = ed Magna Clirov sltH In liii hIss of lords w alMinUgh many qt jtln earliest Iflliitor the ffrt wii fsntbIlIFrance not a single tltlf In tin Wer age Is taken train nl pt dthI the Loire and two fr ti1ih ofttthree r H y im cmplrc or two tnKril qj4 nnd the Sjwtilsh IortJi iivalkls fthyl crlands tltjeslield iV hit IJwkrs of lil l 1Jexhaust tiie tur foreign honors HrjEltt rio sUdv llrtvt iilniK 1 itiil to decoiiite their omidnjw rkii jliujr cjwii f collars pvrinf tlwv rr ttw ttf fJfiJrand rciinrllLINlltl umv rr l ir- nurfccojirf tlr t1Vikvil tbi uw fiiulshod nirtu tM c nnv uf Vli IsIDyspepsiaGurc Digests what you eat L f H tJid Wtfl afford tQ sell henf t- if flel figuies Our house r1 nobflEtlt4r J LJr Stvleand nV PrjGe iCJL iF Call ihI1IWe make Seen Oats rtt dlgestonts everything telcgraplidd prlncipullticv 8nOW i c VEtf i its Insurance j in lipif Reversed lttji SOUTHERN MUTUAL r I t1 l Compunj4TIn i ftor iixtngton Ky l 1 QWMcELflOY J Mji jfj AG ENJ1f ml r 3 3Springfield Ky 1 r1 1I 1 tl f i 1f 1 t CEMENTT1- t rrl J6i t LAtLowestPricesSJi J tnoUc LUMBER k i DRESSEDl LL U MBER SASH t lfi t and DOORS LirrLAt Hand SHIlNlI kji i1T 1 t- OONTRAJTINGJ l 4Li rn the bxiildlng line at theljliG GOs t IItLUM3ER YardJ J 7 eCitL AND aET1IcIst c ilThoSprillg Of 1902 IIJ i J t i yt fi i Vitli the finest nod ostcoini1it a grt ffA Ii of Stylish and up iodHiePrypopd fand otbjrig I r sLy onrlIv desireto especially call toy61 line of X v 2 H l j DRESS GOODS j1 tr 4 A VLIibwe have beep e5peciaUy careful in J tr selecHn aid which we consicleSa Spring H bstock rtiatMor varietv and beauty Qt design t tHhas never beensppaSed inpprinfrfield We d WwfJVjithemselves To Our MennFrlendsri W ihicf lWede5h SimpiPb l rhattc titi il pftVod to FIT YOU OUT irjlilhe very Jlatest Ur I cJyleii in Oiblhinff ihoesHats and other t p rtithswbar Our slDclcJs fresh land jjTcU 1 i utodate in every respect 7 TT rSpt I t i e wish to impress onhe rnindotiahI44 Jtj1our customers that they are oran doetr FU 1 t Tt gOD VAL U PrS r 1 In every Department v c r sr y fl t t Avfl whoa you buy from us ili means thsi toiac i AJll set u dollars orth fffr feverydoflMjyp3 ty wpnrid jUcl that mrlltowUCbl f J We are lilwftys rendU tpsluiw goodsS t We Give Rebatd StampsS i Gnrndy Clayrool et MI Itt rh SPRINGFIELD XY i f 4S t i 18rtpA I This signiituto Is on every box or Ute gaulI- Lafative BrornozQae l the remedy tha curee tt eS4d fa SS i J ii P ffs jidny IJ- tLtk4ncyndb4lbt 11 1r v r r DIJI BURTON RDNT DENTIST rTEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAINI Ofincft ffnftan Block up sUIrs RINGF1ELTh KY- AIuta1 Work Strictly tirstclass tI tI HQRDOF- FICI11fluutT D1 Il TISTt1Jrnp fflrraawH ty located SPRINGFIELD KY r OR df + LAMPTQN 0 i OFFICE 1nOpciHouse DL 1J sMOCKS- P1HNGFIELDKY UIFICEDr Rinbarts former oftkover Peoples Deposit Bdrilr Ofic JMirs 12102 p m VfFGRlGSBY ATtORNEY AT liAW OtIcoover PcolIIS Bar1t j 8PIUN6F1ELD KY 1 pNBROIJ l WORLDS tYrogressive I At l Shows t Ii Mqseuin Menagerie l f t tfrrirai neel A n i m all fexhibitlon j 1 t RGfSlRIC fST BESTj 01tEARfrfJIri rNow toriiigtiE1evott1si C n8fc ntlt Season of cohiiiiuous siw sa und presenkto theiihiUloh pa rns m aggregation that is in all essl j ml features absolutely flew from t n nine to end Is as superb qualiy tfIrumealualJe in quantity Tia only hit show to rod 1C9 the price of ainilssIhn t SPR1NGflELD MONMY J NE16 OldfashionedShow European McnaSeria Roo t m taHipPqdl c inportsArabian Caravan Spectacular Pa 3 ffearits and TransPaciilc Wild Beast Exhibit presenting more new exclu sive features than all other shows combined One of the leading amuse rl meat enterprlse otAmedca Srnl 4 Brothers Big Show of the World The Grand Pi turesque STREET PAR DE Takes place at 12 tn on 2 r MQNDAY JJ0NE I6 Dontiet anytblnff ketyou away from seeing the most gigantic pa I countrYTwevening One ticket admits to the combined Show UIi1 Tralnad Animal Exposition Special cxcureipn at tbe very lowest rates on all lines of trave 1 QhAfi are olway wIththe GO1JJARSThovnr IP t StyBih Comfortable GU RANTCCD MNCN IShvyRETAIL TWO FaR A QUARTER AND EQUAL ANY TWENTY I FIVE CENT COLLAR MADJ aw by live upHodato mor chats mullptevoryvhoro or two Van Zandt Jacobs Co i TroyN Y a rWONCW STYLCS I IIJAItMO LUOKEI I I jjjjjj fiifii WU- ii 1TON1i i WLocal Hajppenfnsiof interest The Freshest and Latest All About YoursfelfI Friends and Acquaintances n t Qur Java coffee is guaranteed Try it Gurry Tagp fGoodfCurry ifTappsiv if Fresh candies ia lalgeassct1 mentat C Hertleii1s 1 1Ptflacaramelsupat 35 cents agallon at Curry Tapps Jtagtus fill your text flour order withi Obelisk burry Tapp rAgopd secofid hand surrey l forsal by Whatai TappI Th6mpsonan rreeD keep the genuine Oliv rbplled PlOW re I 1palrscrad1e m Uf cturedbYW t A Bond Forctsalent Haydort j Barbers jt Ice cool soda jvatqr wittl ice cream and fruit iicqs at d Hert loins cQufectioriifiry x IsometbiI Wllqr lilOMPSON GllEEN JJ2 Bring us your Hains SjcleV andShoulders Highesj marke prico paid Curry Tappt I Wehave cow peas to close ouf at 150 per bushel j J TbrrPsdN GREFA SpR SALlTwo fine yearling hortl1rQ6ui1s fiiGODDARD GRUUDY j forodjjj Cradles on hand blddes and material for repair jCtsj If you are in the rut and want to charge your occupation and make money see TJno JIGrist at Mr M L Searcys residence vTAkENUP A sow weighing aboiit 175 pounds Owner can getsaine by calling at Jarboei Campbells mill l examinationofapplicnnts fi ates will be held here Friday and Saturday June 2021 I am agent for the Lebanon Steam Laundry First class work done Laundry called for and delivered Tel phone 58 r TIM HAG AN My property near the L N Depot in Springfield consist ing Ofwarehouseand pitheforj sale or rent v J AlMUDD Ay front of handsome plate glass isbeing put in the First National B nk which adds greatly t the appearance pf that place of business The ladies of the Christian church will give a raspberry JatJ body invited Solid Gold spectacles and eye glasses the very newesf anS latest styles in frames Gall and see my line OF Russel Optician The ladies cf the Pleasant Grove churbhwill IraspIrrysupper 17thLEverybody invited Hours 4 to 19 pm lf you wantnomething durable ell RJJ handsome buy my I14k gold filled frames in nose glasses Riding b vJsor straight temples C FRuss ill Optician rrhe Hahdy Sash Holder and Automatic Lock isa success tin the town or country If you 1wsh to change you t buniness or make more money qall on the manager Jo H Grist atM L Searcy s residenceK j LOST On Thursday evening lust week between L H Thur mans arid C IR McElroys resi dence a black tffetj Eton jack et A reward will be paid for itsreturntO VM MRSCLiPTONA GREEN Something light und dressy comfortable forsummewear can be had by buying the latest in the rimless eye glasses and tem jllt spectacles Come and see get my prices They cant be be excelled I 0 F Russell Optician TOPICS g pon workponei youtfry1 0 F Rti is lit Optician 1manigencYIand Testimonials on file Jpmi ProfitsI H tGrist at Searcys residence J The l entucky Educational Association will hold its Meeting at Lexington tiilUualll 25 26 Kaihtoadslvill jetjs half fare An excellent pro uncedIthis countycontemplate gdintf I Mr George T Ulements and Miss TessieCarrico were married in Louisville yesterday j The hrideis daughter of Mr John Ed Carrjeb and is aii attractive tlleIcountythe risingyoungihen of thetcoI niunityanjdhak many frjends extendsrl i Jack Bhjd who was arrested herd a short timevago by Mar shal Grace and taken back to ray orsviIl where hex had broken jail was tned in the Ciri CUt Courtthele last week on a charge orpe W F Grigs by of this place and Lew B7 Brown appeared for the defence Wm Reaser ll W Ross and Frank I eak represented the Commonwealth The case was hard fought ana resulted in a hung jury Jim Mclaughlin who was jill jail here several weeks ago for drawing a gun on Jake Pardue and whose incorrigible ways have given his mother andothers a good deal of troublehas joined the Tinned States Navy Jim was taken to Winchester by his uncle James Shoud a couple of weeks ago and was afterwards examined and admitted to the navy service Mrs McLaughlin left yesterday for Winchester to li iipr sn gooflbvp before he CH IO tw Rev Paul Price will preach a the Baptist church in thiscity on next Sunday morning ul Coommended as a preacher arid witl with utdubt speak to large au lienc s liel is also famous as a singer ana adds to the interest and impiessiveness of Ihis sermons by apt and touching songs fie will preach at the Bap tiS altOeach afternoon andi evening the week The public is iinvited tip each ofitheseI services bomcjearly The following special from Lebanon ppeared in the Courier Journallc st Monday Mr P C Cljpaver yesterday purchased WeIrHouse on Main street and will at oncr tar awa r the building on it and begin the erection of handsommlOtel Mr Claver the travelling conducted the at Springfield Mr Claver when asked about the item said that he had not authoHanyi such state ment and tliit he has ript yetI mrtde u mind what he lo Mr Vain SpiHng who upI untilL si ort hInt 0 was associated vitli his b iier at this place in ur business was badly ruf in i mnon last TJhurs day m gives the fol lowing it of the affair whichoccurredIl last nigh lout 1i oclock Mr Viala Hpl iInvils seriously cutJ 1by Mr l Bowman Threejl wounds veix licted A slight wound on Hie wrist a gush on the cheekx stab in the rightt breast about two inches deep yoThe knife in this wound took a downward coMrse which preven tedit from entering the cavity Mr Spalding was taken to Elizabeth hospital where his wounds were dressed and he Was carried to the home of his fat erj Mr Martin Spalding today It seems from what we can learn that Mr Spalding re ceived his wounds before he realized he had bpfehvattacked Mr BoWman surrendered him self to the prOper authories and and gave bond to appear Mon day ortnaLII Iuntilesterday I returned to finish up some business A casti tried wjis that of MlSIIic iIastweektJ lives at Croaks county against the Nashvjlle railroad OqiSvilleI damages Mrs damages of tbo railroad mplpYJ on thle grounds that she was carried past her station by theJ rrrlntltoa throug ncket from Kansas City to Springfieid but ciaimsthat she told the cqn JUctori and brakeman that wished tog t off at Croaks The sheij i employees failed to put her off at that place and she got off at the ne ct pdhit and walked back about two miles to her home for which she claimed damages The jury returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff and awarded her 500 Hon John W Lewis f represented the plaintiff and W C M Chord appeared for the railroad company Judge Patteson ipassed son tence on Ter ell and Spratt thett two ybung men convicted of horse tealing They have not yet been taken to the peniten tmry however PIe grand Jury l1journedJ aftOr iettirning quite t number of indictments Paul Price Air aiil Price the revivalist and lecturer who isio begin aii acyival meting Uj the Baptist church Inhere on next Sunday hight has quite d wide repiitattdji i and his tuethods are original and effective The following we take from some press notices t JA Story of the Ark is ono of perfect common sense and eri tiraly ogical being a faithful representation as near as theJ author can imagine it of just what would be if the flood was in the future and Noah lived iin our tbwnTle description oftheI stdrm with its crashing thuuder roaring wind and raging waters indeed thrilling Thewas arii rative certainly displays drigi nality on the part of the WriIand was a refreshing novelty from the common run of lee tures tis said perhaps the Jargest audience which ever at tended a lectuiM iin our city was presend to greet Paul PriceI Public Opinion Montgomery W Va PERSUNAL Paul BOoker was at Tatliam Springs week IJevetthere this week Iltd Willio Mayes iis giving dancing lessons nt the Opera House lIrl J hI Burton has gone to Kirts lie to spend the week Prof R H Humphrey of Ashbury college washer on Monday Jim Thompson of Bardstown was here ruesday selling cigars Miss Lydia McElroy returned yea terday from a Visit to Danville Messrs Jamea B and Clem Hill of Chaplin were here yoatejday Mrs S B Thompson entertained at euchre on last Wednesday afternoon An excellent pfcturo of Misa Pearl Conner appeared in tho Times Satur day Mrs Kato Williams is spending tile week wIth her xnothrat Fredericks town Miss Dora Mitchell of Italy Texas is visiting Miss Pearl Connor at her home Mr Paul Rodman and Miss CeceliaI JSdelen of Bardstowu wero Sunday Mr WT McMillon of the Revenue Service vas at homo Saturday and Sunday Will Cleaver came hom this week from Perryville where he has been aU lending schoo- lMrFinley Scruggf has returned frofn Martideville Ind somewhat ben eOed In health essrfiW H McElroy and Charles Mctntire were in Danville lust Sun day and Monciaj Mrs Finley Scmsgs and sons re turned last wonk from u visit to friends at Danville Mi1J M Bolts of Oxvontoii is visit ilog her parents Mr and MrvEjV K Gray at this place p l1r Robertson Booker and sister Miss May Booker of Little ROCk ar Visiting relatives hero this week tMr Wm l eroy Dunn of Ashoville N C is here for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J G Mansflelcl W D Claybrooko and sister MIS Jennie spent last Sunday with the family of Mr FrankOffutt at Bloom field M18sLoulse Settles bastivo charm ing visitors front Bardstovm in th persons of Miss Florance Brran an Miss Katherino Cecil Mr and Mrs John T Czimpiii1c i NexvTorkcameln lastPrhlayto visit the familyof IJr EO Vftn rsdale Mr Campbell leftfor toaisviHe lon day while Mrs Gampbol IHvilH 4emia in for a longer visit roleys Jr1JneytJlJf7 focchlldrcasdcsara No p1gtc- El t THREE ROUTES J Recommended in this County tAr1for theRlial Service Delivery hue efforts pii behalf of hccurr jag Washington County fre rural delivery are about to beat Irnit In response to num6rous j applications arid petitidnsj Mrs Hi S Rising Special Rural De livery Agent has been nere and after inspecting the proposed routes has recommended their establishment Mr Rising came in Monday night and in company with postmaster W A Waters 11TbcsdayIlhi route EC also held an examin ation of applicants for carriers positions of hich there were five The routes as laid out and rec otnnxended are as follows Route No 1 going norjih out Springfield and Waltons Ljck ttheit Valleythijfield pike thence west to Moores v511e thence by cross pike to4 looker thence with road leading up Hog Run to the Valley Hili and Prederickstpwn pikq and up said pike to Valley Hill and thence via Bloomfield pike to Springfield The estimated distance of this routes about 25 miles Route No 2 leading out of Sjpritfgtield wet on the Bards town pike to St Rose and St Cath mines and on further qn the Bardstown pike to the bridge at the house of L F Clements thence out the road leading past the Poor House to Mclntire thence South via cross pike to the StI Rose and Loretto turnpike thence upi to Cecilville thence south via St Roseand Lebanon pike to the house of Watt OBryan thence to John EI Smiths s thence north to Spring field The distance of this routes about 221 miles Route No3 leads out 0 Springfield via Willisburg turnpike to Fitz tollgate thence via old Mackville pike to the H B Raybouwle place thence Via dirt road by Major Davis place to strike turnpike near A G Tumeys place thence in the Springfield and Mac villo turn pike to Springfield The dis tance of this route is a little over 20 miles On Wednesday morning Mr Rising conducted an examination for carriers and the following appliedand were examined Barber Clarkson L M Walker 0 F WharJton N P Thompson Jr and Warren Nally The agents visit wfts rather unexpec ted the first news of his being a telephone conl1ntt t ceived on Monday byPo Waters requesting that gentle manto meet him in Lebanon Mr Rising said that hp would jocommond all three of thespI routes but owing to the great rush of such business just now in the Postofncp Department It will probably be several weeks bolore theycan ba established Farm for SaleI My farm containing 4Jacres situated pn the Manton dirt road about 8J miles from SpringfieldI is for sale A good house and tarn onthe place land farm allj in1 grass except about 8 acres AlSo contains a fine lot of young locust trees For further par ticulars apply to J R RINEY Springfield Ky Sliadcps Specials Fresh fish every Friday Oranges lemons andbanarias Fancy cakes and candies fresh linq I Msh seines in any size furnisslp qd on short notice Fresh Cnlitorniuenril1bd pcu6hes and apricots WAITED 7Oountryhams and chickens Eggs arid butter for cash or trade yseaN outld Koleys Kidney Cure wjke the Kidneys right Sold by Wood JJobcrtsoji Drug Co Foley s Thneyand Tars wnIs1wzzsziljdstops the coueb I wIN CUBA where it IshotaIthe year round Scotts Emulsion l sells hatter than any where eke stoptakiftgitii what you have gained sannleV 15ts 4XNisl carl Street New York nudIoonU dniggisU i= DR JACOBIS WORK ENDED V7orJjH PtunotJB Speclallit In CliII drcn Disease to Retire Dr Abraham Jacob after tli rly two years active senice In the College Ot Physicians and Surgeons New iorlti as profesSor diseases of chlldijen and e acknowledged leader cf thej world his difficult specialty has st ten his resignation and will rqtiro from active practice We4ihaliaGermany years old He is a graduate of the iDnl verslty of Bonn In his youth oti ac count of revolutionary projects Ivith DH AOIUHAU which his name was connected he spent two years In a German prison Ou his release he came to this country and settled in New York He became a lecturer on infantile pathology in the College of Physiciaps and Surgeons in 1857 and when three years later the first chair upon diseases of children t bllshed in America was Instituted in the New York Medical college he was given the professorship Dr Jacdbl later was professor of dis eases ot children In the University of New Totk but resigned to become ella kai profpssor in the College of Physi clans and Surgeons where he has since remained A few yoais ago he declined 1heloDr Jacobl cnjoVs an exceptionally high standing In his profession and has received many tokens of the esteem in which be is held He holds member uhips In and has been president of most of the important medical societies in this country and is an honored member of many European societies He has written numerous textbooks and trea- tIses oil childrens diseases and other professional subjects It Is a custom ty Germany for the pupils and professional friends of a great physician to dedicatp in his lion or a volume of essays termed a festschrift No word in the English lan guage can express quite the same idea It stands for the superlative of admira tion and gratitude Such a volume was presented to Dr Jaeobl on the occasion of the celebration of his seventieth birthday The same year 1000 he was elected honorary president of the ID rsatisna medical congress nt Paris Macv women fail to digest their food aucltso become pale and sallow thin and weak while the brightness frcshnc4 and beauty of the skin and coniplcctjon departs Remedy this b taking Herbine after each meal to digest what you have eaten Price SOcat Haydon and Robertsons Stops The Cough and works oil heOoia Laxative BromoQuinine TAblets curt old meiuar No Caci tita Pay Ready To Yelftf 71 used DeWitts Witch Hazel Sav fppiles and foJhd it a certaiu cure GroveJelCit They always yield to De Witts Witch Hazel Salvb Cures skin diseases all kinds of wbuuds Accept no counter fcits Haydon Robertson 1 Farm ForSsIo Two hundred and forty acres one mjle north of Fairfield ii Wi1IPriCClow Ei READ 015 West Ohestput Sfc 4t Louisville Ky TTTfl r-Real friend suSered from dyspcd iaand in digestion for fifteen yearsttrite W T Sturdervant of Merry CfaksN 0 After I had tried many doctors and mtdicinejto no ayail one of sny friends persuaded me to try Kodol It gave me immediate relcif I can eat al most auythtng I want and my diges tion is good I cheerfully rccommoid rsKodol Done t ry to cure stomach trouble by dieting Tha only further weakens the system You deed vbole somestrengthcning food Kodolen ddics you to assirailAte what you cat by digesting it without tho stomachs aid Haydoui and Robertson FRANK W SIMM6 BEN R SIMMS JOHNJJil SIMMS FRANK W SIMMS SCO sLiveri Feed and Sale Stable y New and Stylish Rigs laud good Horses Special outfits for tave11i g men Griye us a trial Comfortable stalls and good treat men for boarding horseslV DtKYIf fW We Invite YourlInspections Sltt INEWGOODSpringI i r H 4 shades WHi Coods in all the I1 WlJt v Slaves Waist Goods in Silks Silk i w Ginghams Mdras and Mercerized rt Effects + f r j We arenow pre arE Lto show a IstdckI l fZJ Hshe largest and most attractive we haveeiyer ishovyn and I LOWER IN PRICE Yl Than you will find elsewherl ioI jUl ULit opened out ct llarg i Stockoft I4 t pc G CORSETS y the latest shapes iilvS Whitert Pinki and Blueicc 00 Dont fail to visit pur Wjall Pape Carpet LaceCurtain and Rug Depart rrient ft is now more complete t arIIw ever before In Shoes we are showing Vici Kid Parent Calfr PatentKd Velour Calf BoxCalf c1c Ii1made on all last from 4the plainest to the S most extreme Call and examine them Ve Guarantee to Suit you We extend a pecial in Vlt ton ItO caSh buyers rf Always giving special cash prides Thanking you for rtpast iavors and solicit inga continuation of ypur patronage71 we remain Yours Truly Clluuillgaffl Dunoall l v t I 4SPEOJAL NOTICE EBHTE ST7UVPSf On July 4thwe WilJ give to the two persons collecting the most Rebafe Stamps choice M a fine polished Rocker qr a handsome Banquet Lamp EXTBA Here are the storeisithlatvwarttyoj v rade and will give yoM Rebate Stantiy 4 GRUNDY CLAYBRpOKE McINTIRE A complete line dry goods Ior spring and summear we No trouble to S9W goods V Ii JOHN c SHADER TQ e grocer who appreciates your trade We keep everything WOOj ROBERTS N DRTJO GCXf Dlng DdToil Articl sWe got em G DI ROBERTSON SON p r Hardware v r1ythinaior theParin r andBulder AiaorocrI j I JOHN Y MAYESd3t r Furutture and Undertakrngahl nloodsprothp aJrefiil attention at all times 4 Nv B Ask for one of our sup1eiertt 4 showing a feW ofbut rtijany cheaprprem urns1 Jj v iy lu Sr E CLEMENTS JiIE jterfingartdl for Doors and windows Thrnished and put up Also t w ri SCREEN DOORS and WINDWS Make a specialiy oftaking measure l tents furnishing arid hanging oddi size shades te8P on hand sample q Headquarters t present J Y Miye Furniture Store J n hUjdrenthe first symptoms oi ocrand remove them with WWtefc Cret Venni fuve Pric 2icent9aJla1t1oti aM JRobertsons f k 1 S- iJeeI t i r still roI Tsav jyCiitr and to avpxd evfdag eyt s and colds by tK timely u of BsI xrdsHorehoMndynLp It1t IsI and swift refleedyPU t mcMal ailments fRfo so cents Sold by p ydo nfr IIOr1 JThe exigencies of politicsr and 4LtS hot wettiber made a combi i 4iptathat the Icickers of thd miinority in the Senate could not i WithaUid aod the athninistial rebi cijwxji y aid other legislatipn 1 Wjml through by yepubli f caaiB 3Baay this week it looked i f iw thpugh the kickers would be wrong enough to head off Cuban iPrcity Eighteen of them met ifcttfe house of Senator tEl kfu aiexpressed their oppo wtiba ty Cuban reciprocity but It w ook learned tb tless than J lJ Uftt them were last ditchers preptredtp vote agaiii Cuban i n wciprccity regardless pr a party oainciatfor anything else Jnfact r number of themlefcifc be known iC tht while personally opposed f they would not vote against J t Cuban reciprocity if it were r OIyprtytmeasure That T 1 ettkdtbefateothekickersas 0 1Ytveoitl1eirvpwswerene bwiwirytopass the reciprocity bill with republican votes and i- tt powpflly question of ar L raig b let them down aseasy as pii1lei The passage of the biU is assured t1i The Cuban question is nowbe L L1Oi the Sgftate and there is- WNlsWiopr believe that it will bet r gettteA within two weeks The vprqfc 1bUitiesJayor the passage t Vb the Nicaragua bill although tji claimed by the opposition Tfbfci1 ha united on the Spopner iriibftitmte which directs tneJ Preidnt to select thfe Panama rore unless legal pbstructions f imteirpoee in which etl1e Nicarigua route shallbe chosen lJ thatlfliey have majority x fthe be iie There is a Reeling of satisfaction over the probability df am early and definite settle c c fOtA ferfcc soe time that Gen Miles 1 was furnishing the anti administration Senators with informa tion acquired in his official capa theIt 7 PjiiUipinepolicy or the minis tratipn but Senator B veridge- Tirtually mad etiie charge open w lY9il the floor of the Senate when past before the vote was Jctaken on the Phillipine billl I whicli was passed by a vote oi 48 to 30 liej asked Senator Cul bertspn who had presented tothe Sehaie copies of charges of crue tytO Filipino prisoners jagainst 4 Lteufc F P Arnold by Private Andrew K Wier and a Report ofI vCaptPW West stating that r hey were copies of the original in the War Department if Gen Miles had furnished the copies vThe oPen meijtioQ of the name of Gen Miles in this connE tlbnI tcausedSenator Culbertson ignored tile question but litter he saidi leah that inquiry addressed tqtiie shall remain unanswered upon rejection it occurs to me that an inil18tic may be done r there iore desire to say that these v cpies4he cJpyot the charges made byP4vate Weir and the copy otthe report made by Gapt We iwere received by me j2roni a gentleman absolutely and wholly disconnected with the Ldrwere given to me without any suggestion on my part They did iotof ourse come ipme di Health is a magnet which irresistibly draws the man to the woman in hfes Sr iatig time Health does more than 4 musicinto theLA great maay women covet beauty and 3ateOMMtaatly aeeking aids to beautify L Mchedber- I t1ielthTlMre out be BO geaeral health for UrThefirstIiiioiM by the we of Dr Pierces Pa write Pwacriptioa It establishes regu liestfmIe- Webe t 5IMe fMr kotUe of your P TOTttePre r Discopf We fiaater Co ftc sndcan a y thatl am Ub1efaarprUed toecemeloc o weU la lwaaoJuse poor bt health that 7 tIei 1 wnW act wait TodaTear cure Itelt ererybody that Dr a taedkine wYi eStfSpay ocpeaM of mailing only ecrstampaforthecIot1 itissstMaaforthe book ItJt =WII Addrcw rRaVPJerce fi 11 iT rAgtparionril giheFoOdazIReuLa1I prossOesDeMkxtCertutaMl1estCoiiWns OMOpIe isrzaLN- OTNAILV OTIC jSMUWS UIIsIIt SLi I onstipaTIonWdrm ConvuisiofSFeverish ness And Loss OE SLEEP TocSimlfe Signature oF NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER r rectly and so far as I know not indirectly from Gen Miles Senator Dietrich has a fad as original as any sprung for a lI1Dg time He carries an alarm clock one of these round nickel affairs with at gong ontop around With him all the time that is d thuringallWhen asked byoneof his col leagues why he adopted such a fad hereplied Itsagreat thing If 1 h yettan engage ment at 3 oclock Iset the alarml or ten minutes before that time arid then when Ih arthe gong go off lain reminded of my en g prLgementnext appointment and so on all through the day Its a great schenie You ought to try it jSenator Warren isni at all slangy but herought siniles to many faces in the Senat when he arose during a lull and said If there is nothing doing I have a littlel matter I would like to bring to the attention of the Senate Tkere Is 0e Ratlnai WayiTo treat nasal catarrh the medicine is applied direct to the affected mem brane The remedy is tjlys Cream Balm Itresteres the inflamed tissues to healthr state without dryiug all the life out of them and it gives back th Vostsenses of taste aud smell The sUffererNyho is tired of vain cxpediants hould use Urcam Balm druggist sell iffprSOcenU Ely Bros 56 Warren St vrill maU it Ten Years In Bed lSA Gray J P Oakville Ind writ s ior ten years I wascbu fiued to my bed with disease of my kIdneys It was so severe that I Could notmpve part of the time It consulted the very best medical skill- available but could get no releif unl Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended tome Ithas been a godceudto me iFor sale by Wood Robertson Drug to 1fthe stomach performs its functio actively and regularly hue food OJ which is the recepUde is transfrm ed into blood of nourishing quality which famishes vigor ted Warmth to tone1totbetion and assimilation Price 50 cents Haydon Robertson Condemned in Missouri- andConIiscated JIn New York Judge Clark of Sr Louis has convicted and fined heavily a number of grocers for selling baking powder containing alum The week before thy Health Department of Mev York seizea aquaijtity of stuff being sold for baking powder which they found was made from afum mixed witn ground rock aridjdumped it in theriyer J liHie Health au t h o tlties are thus taking effective measures to prevent the introduction into par markets of injurious substi tutes in place of wholesome oax ing powder tall ts ouly two cents aJ nJb5tIs5great t mpt atiop for t osf manufacturers who meubtit tes and mjtaj tlQpgoodSJouseltaAlum baking powders can be detected by the health authorities by cbem ica1 analysis but the ordinary housekeeper whose ussistance in protecting the health of the people is important cannot make a chemical examicatioo She may easily know the alum powder however from tbs tacL That tney are sold from ten to tweuiy cents a pound anor that sOl ie prize like a spoo4 or glass or piece of crockery or wooden 1 1 r- gASTOaiA Tor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought l Bears the- Signat11re of In 1 Ds ee- FfForrOver Thirty Year- CCASTORIA wareMg giveni with the powder asI an inducement As the people continueto realize the importance of this sub lact and consumers insist on thaving baking powfler pf established name and character and as tthe health autnorities continue t eir vigorous crusades the alum danger will it is hooeJ ti nally be driven from our homes got To Cold Dysentry is prevalant everYVherein- sumnier i and is aue to miasmatic poison aad begins abruptly with intimation of the mucus lining of the large bowel In America the disease is commoubtisoperly treated tToes seriously as in the tropics Perry Davis Painkiller is the best known remedd and the most efficient in the trertment of dysentrY Self protection Demands that you lie on the alert to sec that you get PainkillerPerry Davis when you askfor it some dea lersl will try and persuade vou to take omethhig else claimed to be justa good insist on having Painkiller theII remady which has deep tie worMs family doctor for sixty years 4t neve- ailsf to stop diorrhoae griping pains nC bowels or stomach dyseritry Large boltleg151H d 50 cents AN IOWA MELBA Brilliant Career of a Young Society VoeallBt In Opera Of the many young society women who have entered the field of dramatic endeavor durIng the last year or two none is more charming and better qual ified to receive the laurel wreath of success than Miss Nellie Mae Brew ster of Ottumwa Ia Miss Brewster is the much talked about soprano of the Bostortlnns wbo portrays the role of Lady Vivian In Maid Marian and although her pro fessional debut occurred but a com paratlvely short time ago she bai made so favorable an Impression on BREWSTERIHIss NELLIE management and public that she bat received a highly flattering offer for next season Before polns into light opera Miss Brcwster was a lendlpg figure in Iowa society and wits always In demand for concert singing Her father 8 A Brewster Is editor and publisher of an Ottumwa newspaper Western ad mlrers have termed her the Melba of Iowa and there Is every Indication that Miss Brewster wilt have one day earned that title In addition to her singing Miss Brew ster Is an accomplished ijlanlstc She Is also n verejitile linguist conversing fluently in Frencbi German Italian and Spanish and ber repertory In eludes many songs In these languages Tber Generally Stick HewlttGruet has jilted that Boston girl lfewettI didnt think he coull do It HewlttWbynotre easy to get rid of a cold Nevr YoykTthesS eJU ciJIS this milk str1Uzed iaskedthe cranky husband tritera DfNQUrNTlISJ NAMES Prty JthSREMARKS WI LUS BTJRQ DISTRICT NOJ Ed Masters DellriquenVlJfHrf Brown JI f Leftcbnnti uiCqJvJnll itd d Carey CbauNotfoid vtColterIusoLv4tCrouchJl Cutsmger J W J1 1 Not founc d FUr rhEd J1 80 1 Left State tFt inolrfng Order Ptterj Not fouiidl 6il leipie IL terHaNotrouHaleStuteRaUInsolyrjflugbs1Vn Hobbs Milton Not f hnd Hardin Deb 4Il InsolvehS Howard Calvin Insolvent LoberTA Notifqiind Nfckeson BilfIL twicaNieio1sonLee InsolvontitPlnkstoufpund Roddicks Jim 1 NfUflie fpulidScruggsr Scott ws tS Not found Slieurr Tbos 1 Not f ndtt Shirley r W Insolvent fWhite Mrs Margaret 80 Land notlfotjiid Smith G W 1 Insolvent IiBRUSH GROVE DISTRICT 1ylqPBondInaoiiqBreeding y Burns SW Insolvent tYBurkbeadEd 1 Crouch DW 66 1 Notfound Cheatham Jas H 50 1 Not found CookBeyiSherraan 26 1 Dead Cutainger JaB H vt 1 Insolvent utslflger1JaB Cookaey 1 Ihsojontl Sam Insolvent Cutsinger Isaac r 1 Not found Cumley Thos 1 Insolvent OFndlDeanDennis Jaa iiL Left county Devine Silas 1 Insolvent Or by Hooper Elijah 15 1 Left State flatohettL D 1 Insolvent Hrilard Wm Insolvent Holt Qeo 1 Insolvent HiliJH 1 Insolvent Hardin Mat 1 Insolvent Hardin Jotson 1 Insolvent Hardin Miles 1 Insolvent Hartiln Taylor Not found Kaya Eicbd 1 Insolvent Keeling Joe 200 1 Listed wrong DisulventlLewIs fpnndLewisInsolventl REPUBLICS JOIN HANDS France and the United State Criitfc to Honor Memorr of Rocbnulieaa The nnvqlling of the monument to General Rocbambean in Washington lllay 24 will serve to strengthen lilt bond of fellowship between France unil tIle United States Both republics have manifested great interest in the occa and have prepared to make It IIsIolI rilble Tile French government sent its most distinguished soldier ITIII KOOUSIBEAC in take part in the cere rnhls i0a liniiiDiiJ them being Cmni eral nurIIrf irniiiuler In chief qf JIlt Kntn h itrsuy vier Admlrol KournUr nf iiiIUH Elaborate prep mtloiis p made for tbelr re ertlon In coiuitrf Tim u IIIIii Itochitinboau has onnetl In ufuyt tti wjuareop p slj VliIte House and is exactly the sunn alzi us the uionuuietat to La Layette vlilch occupies the opposite corner of tin mjunre The Kochambeau statuelsut replica of the bronze statue by Ferdinand Hamar unyelled June 41SD9 at Vtiidome France the mar shals birthplace reprotentativethe American Revolution although La fayette is regarded as sqch by u great number or Americans Lafayette came as an individual to offer bla service to Washington The IItatldleI or the lake surfaces alove tide at NSW York and their lepths respectively Lake themeaoII Ct feet 73H feet deep Lake 1iSlor 00178 fpet 1008 feet deep The deepest water runs very fairly lake throughout the chitin In1ri1dIJ The area of water surface In square5 miles acordhigto Grossmans delinea J lion Is as follows Lake Superior Sir 200 Lake Huron 23800 Lake Mich gun 22150 Lalie Erie flOGO Lake On tario 74J40vpr a total area of 94050 square miles l it Lawson Mir iyNot found lIosolventMOlitlYi s InoIventMatheryLwaariI Matberly John 1i Insolvent Royalty t L Left county unells J Wfl i Insolvent Ricbardri AVfu 1 INotifpnnd aterly OSltaw I Insolvent Baterly Jiml 1 Insolvent Y Saterly W Mw j 1 iIn PenitentiaryScott S R Letti countY lJatuugS1 Mtltout 1 Insolvent M lflsolventTayiur3irnd j Taylor Geuf 1 Insolvent kv oungJ B Not fQnd tQntsinger iartitli llIbuVtlflt Obeeer Berry I JnttJY lIt Oneser Riuhd 1 r viitCaisteel D B rljteiuuvunty Cheer Jim Dodd t Iiu1veuit Cheser Berry IIIHlv lit H hh Isaiah 11 i NotiouudHardin Jack found Hardin Tommy lnulyiuiVSKaya Richd Insolverit t Keeling Jas F J 1 Left County vU SIIENDRN DISTRICT tyHurnesBaker lnsolvuritGardnI lnsufvuntHillardl undHoupelHeadreii Thos 1 Insolvent Hurley OI B i7 1 Insol tntiKays W W I I Insolvent Not found 100Lowry 1 Nut found Lewis WL 1 Luftcounty Lowery John Insolvent Lewjs W H Inaolgent Lewis JM rNfound It InolvantMoorewrongPrewittJNl insolventRileyi foundSalmonsSally Chas t j i Insolvent Seay J Hu + i Left State countyVotawWarner John 1 insolvent Long L T i Insolvent Matperly lsasr 1 Insolvent Saunders S W 261 Left county Lester J D 1 Not found 1rNORTH DISTRICT Mioorcornishj countyCorncountyCutaingerInsolventCntaingerjCrowLefcountyDarei 12DarnellDun Isaac l Left State InsolventDoraeyDennis Henry 3600 Lef t county Hawthorn T 1 Insolvent r untyKloseJLambert JT aI Insolvent InsolventMonroe road order 9Dc Phillips M H 3Ql Nnffnnnrf 7iuoiuu J T 4l Insolvent Richardson Dci 1 Leftcounty Scroggins B F 351 Npt found andInsolventSprattInsolventSearcyScroggina Lenard i Insolvent Satterly Solomon 1 Insolvent countyStrangeroundYounge Hrnve 31anxmen Quo afternoon In October 1889 a Norwegian ship in a fearful tempest vita drifting upon Contrary head on- t e west coast ofv the Isle of Man ni perilous Jlhlre for ships U pcelwd doAvn at tilL beach watching her Th lfeboat wits got out and there were to many olunteers tWit the harbor riaster bad no difficulty In selecting 4 1rew The Norwegian had lost her masts und the spars were floating around approachiHow IDnuJor yOUSCried the cocks swain to the fT rentytwo- j orwcgianctlPtaluI j The icocksnain counted them ins they hung on the ships side and said I only see Wentyone Not a man shall leave the ship until you bring the one on deck hadhuboartlkhlthebiaebtruck inedaU for he lifeboat men Iud Sent them to till governor ot the is land for distribution The EpclUti and French Ornllon With us injirlnp orations Is i serious dreary busliuss to the Freuohmnn It Is inn artlsiic ivHire and a holiday tunic tion even i ofsu It bent the graveside ior In the throw of a revolution llae language whether In u speech cr book ibe tvclcomjpR an nfl asthettc luxury and emotional stimulant thi tlumess being of course Proportioned to his degree Of cultivation for academicians huvp been fouiid to own that somu phrases highly effective In their day are onjy vulgar tbelrostrumstage as a professional art tvhervof he n sharp and enthusiastic critic rruth- ii cold voracity tiuied tact Iraa rca son are not what he seeks but Insplr 1Londou1 t Accuitonted to Being TVnyinlU There was n Bavarian prliici who was to entirely accustomed to being continually nnylnld and followed about by his admirers that once on coming nut of tilt Frui nhlrche Church of Our Uulyi fttlhis liiiusilf bfld ba Jk by tin f0ik bt turned ubruptiy roudt- ud nn city 2cKiluitd is roaly not tin phut before ho saw tu his ro lief that it only lilstloa which had ultclutl puKalng on u vail MME CAMBON VISITS US Wife of French EmbacandoF Sees America For the Flr Time Among the distinguished visitors tDeIIJuiorthlington on May 24 has llroughtto this country b Mme Jules Cambpn wjfe of the French embassador This Is Mme Cambons first visit tcr her huslinnds post o duir bzi lilth erto dourreil from vlsltli tLv Dulted VUtL JTHE3 OUriJOK1 States by dislike of the sea and the delicate health of the only ch fid of the couple Mme Cnmbon Is a unndsoojo woman of fifty and of most distinguished and gracious manner While she came over particularly to attend the unveiling tjf the monument to General Ropnatubeau her stayi In America will be prolonged gx months Her Introductldnio the diplomatic corps and others identified with social and official life In Wash ington occurred May i at a reception at the French embassy Deep Writer Prcnuare lOpfatbo2la pourid u ihe sititin Inih SCROFULAr bequeath to my children Scrofula with aU ltd attendant horrors humiliation and suffering This is a toplaceyoungThis hindersthethechildrei1tngeI dflllIdangerouslsystemandnttncksthel inwhiteandaaway S S S combines both purifyiner and tonic pronerties and is truaran teed entirely vegetable inaking ittheMealrethedy in teriomtedbloodpletenudpennanebtthe digestion and assimilation of food restores the nhealthyC9lorbodyWriteudvisaiidhlpi kin anddiseasesSWIFT cot Atimt ow i Da7boextrsro5tswbenyobn7I e eteiyf II stow Wits =can recurS ttJt52j a SavlJltwoProIItQ INoSXI4nnggy3U1 attlWritedescribe the buggies mrrerf photons etc thM hara j 1bavelhejctHE a co Colsmbua0 PO 101712 SCUuU MoFO Sos i4 Witt to nearot office DTont T kePillsIntlwe1s but regular action cannot be secured until i cretcscnough bile to maRe the xecute their natural ra rag it tf caused by ca thJntInual anti Increasing rtJlJl f ttaln the results inteshlnesI raittlngJeVers and by going to the statof tM 1 SSJi1c CUte ASLftfr4 ANINqtANTER ArebstreacIe4 bke Cc1toneit iyiuich Iin lllI Texasiwithobcchah2e reachIIIIII 1T1 1aLWY loiiLE uis1te erdc rson saS4uis 1Riiwy I r Homeseeikers Excursions AT J 1 r t 1JJfep g 1 WtHEt c o it Sale stid ThJzd in APR11 MAY 1902 i rAlso Low V Colonist One y K f to 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