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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 24, 1903. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1903 new1903092401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 24, 1903. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 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Jti j i MAN7liz + t l 4r fpt 1t II1ell c Lj i jlJIJJ ir Qir B l to r III iiiaiHiiifitfiHHH A ROUND Of TALK =J J4 A t CNtrtiTrjtL- y t t it 9 We thought he was a genius Butweve rather lost respect L In verf3particttl rs He doesnr eem correct Hes industrious and clever Makes a speech or sings a song But his clothes all seem to fit him l rhirkalris noiietoo lon tt 1 gtegrocezand theAtp Says he hrays pays his debts the fop hes never painting Andhis family never frts Of course hes just plaln people i Nothing picturesque nor quaint ethoughwasa1genIousut fi i Int Washington Star rocK LwSothe of the people of the Mckyil1edi trict are making war on thestraM stock that iis being pastured on the public highway by owners whiD Iail to pfbyido pasturageof- their own Aj call for an election will be held to vote on the proposition of passing a law to pro hibit the running at large of stock the ilaw to apply only to theJifackyille district Such a iiwfru1edoeS not always fiqd favor in P ruraldistrict but itjia MIJ that there is a strong Ifealiaaentln favor of itgustj now Iuioii ihe presidents of thai neighborhood on count of the nuisfcnce created by thepI9U- 1JICUStnnmhltatJargeof stock r ll jEPDSEp THE PRISONER George Catlett our county jaiLerlhsse a preceden in the matUr of frecpjnizing thc au thority of iniiitary officers in civil prpsectiiou by refu ing to receiye p iivnte oXlocLll m litary coi iprany whohad beep puf undera4resi b hls captain Phiso1dierwas drunk end dis orderly at dlrUl and tapU McEl Voy had bin taken toJjail tin- ddetilof r a si Idlers but the Jailed reftiped to eceive the prisoner withoutra civil warrant so tbe uffeoder waii allnwed to dei irtJ Mr Catlett actedunder the ad Vice of ana torney and believes he is justifie din ids ac t 1 p n Notwithstanding tha fact that the practice has been carr pd on at tother places It would be good discipline for these ducks who attend the clrill drunk to be lef at home when the company afc tends the encampment next week rhey will certain not reflect any credit tot company i v B CJREDIT Sfe believe givingcredit where credit is due and just now we desire to call atlentipn to the good wQrk being done by some of the mem b rsiof thef Board otTown Trus tees Thujnew rock crusher has been put in operation and teams have been jbusy hauling the hew metal on the streets As a rule the office df trustee ofa town is not a desirable position There is no pay nut and small thanks and if anything goes wrong the trustees are the ones against whpm the knocking fsdi ected Kis true too that very few men even though they be good citi tnsothrise make good trus tpesjtor the reason of a lack oi inteest iinj the affairs of the of fice There has been a large amount of complaint against the condition of pur streets juitiTnoft the preseht Board1 of Trustees has taken the matter jn hand and r promises to pulTthe stieets 11 first class icond ition It will cost money btiitKe taxpayers wht havelbe i hpwlingabouk pooi streetswil- have Jihe iill to plaj and Jfth yge what they want thy sfiould Hotcom plain t C J In HAN Esrhr seems tO- change b aiepidemic6f V4inait sev88b hlv4b Jl CPDSQ at lately Mr J hn OSh1erih has for years been one of thE towns most succe sful gioc ry m B hnS sold his business 0B Jt Jrfjt S McElropP and has accepted ia position as traveling awtespmnffpr the MenneiCandji Co MtSbaderschange prop aWy mgaiisjiis remoyal with hi family to Memphis hich will bE a listihctHossto the cpmmunitj IT f jIeJaOt e our topst enterpri ing citizens Tl1 e McElrpi brothers are both capable busti ness meri and well eqnlpped t tollroutiih t9 thew1 of the paI itrpnsx Mr W Jl Leachman 1as bought out the stock and business of Mr John Y Mayes furniture store Mr Mare will devot his attention exclusively tbins undertaking business while Mr Leacbman will enlarge his stock and carry a fine line df fur nituire As stated Jast wee Mr E S Mayes Jr the grocery mar has sold hisstore taEarry- ONanariathe invoice is being takem and the transfer madev I t tills week 7SLcrI lairloGToloredJair Association was a big success this year and tbel attendance off the last day was a record breaker It Is always a big dayfor the colored folks is this lastdaYA of their annua fair It is a great gathering day and they come rpm all the country about and from Louis vile on a special scursion The average attendant at a colored fair pays little attention to the exhibit f live stock buG they eujov the freedom of the occasion wliere the beer flows freely ami if necessary to fill in a festive game of craps may be disclosed for the dead game sportsIt must be said however to the credit ofthe Springfield Colored Fair managers that they main tained good ord rand several attendants who got gay wei- eianie4injaitl duringthe day What jis Life ID the last anuysis Knows 6w wedo know that itrs under stric law Abue that law eyeu sliuht ly pain reuM IrPguIaP lliv- 1nk m iits deraiiemfeit uf UiS trati s rrsuliibsr jiV Cortina iiflIHOtdachior Liver iroubU Dr KmVa New Life Pills quic I r0adiusts this Its gepleu tH thorough Oi1 25c itiit jf Haydons Public Sale of farm And Persona Property t I willpn the preniesO mLles from Springfield one mile from ttoLjSpringfield and Willie bur- gpand one mile from Pleasant Gurove church on the road lead ing froib tne Springfield and Wil lisburg piUe to the Mackyille and Springfield pikeon TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 i 1903 at 10 oclock a nu offer for sale to the to the highps bidder o y farm containing SSO cres more or less to be surveyed This iione5 oi thfe best farms in Washington countyandis Aoini to sell Will offer it asa whole and thou in two tracts of about 175 acres each The farm jknown 05 the Graham place hkson it a good 2 story house topacc barn 120x40 feet also a gopdstocV barn The tract known as the norae place has on ita good 2stor 7rppm houseS with good 6ella tobapco barn and all outbuildings in gOod repair Both farms well wateijed This iis fine tobacco land At the same time ant place will pffe fjr sale 6 head of 1200 pound steers 9 yearling steers 4 Jersey cows ROQQ milkers 3 dalvesjj 40 good stock ewesf70headof bogs 40 fetders weigh about 130 pounds 9 sows and pigs one mareaud mule colr one mare JaflU hose colt one uice yearliug filly about 700 bushels oj corn one binder atid drill disc harrow one upright piano and other household goods 1 TERMS The farm will esoldj- JJorouethiYdJ pashi balance in one two and the years 0n the personal propertyf a crditoCi 6 months willbe giveson susII of iOund over with negotiabi lIptte bearing 6 per cent intrest Sums udur10cas J WILL THOMPSON CaptlD English auctioiitoiBxl DMresoflerEatiDE CnreL Judge W T HollandQf Greens burg Lan vrhots well and favorably known sayS Twoearao I 5Uft fered greatly from indigestion After eating great distress would invariably result lasting for anhpur Or 50 and my nights yete restless I concluded II firentirely Now my sleep is reSreshlng and digestion perfect Soldb C JHnydon Rare Relics I Dr Thomjas s B Nichols Ollthis pacebasai Indian waer bottle which isquite jac rjosity The neckof tho botle represents the head and nepk ofan Indian squaw The vessel is made ot clav burnt to a bright red hue It is 14 inches in height and holds about three quarts i Dr Nichioll purchased the botle from Indian ailan worn sev eralJ years ago wbile he was on a prospecting ttrip in the Sierra Madre mountains o f Mexico The pldjvoman orwhorn he pur chafed the v sselinforined him that it was 350 years old and bad been in almost constant use Across on the breast and beads around the neck of the bottle show that fit was made after the conquest of MexicoVThe bottle iis highly prized by Dr Nicholls and he expects to exhibit it at the Worlds Fair Another article highly prized by Dr Nichols iis an old book priiit atNewport Rhqde Island in 1749 The work is entitled the Fruit of Solitude and relates to the conduct of human lifel The book contains many reflecl tions and maximsand altogether is a very interesting little volume It originally belonged Jonathan C Nicbol thegreatj great grandfather of Dr Nichols and has been handed down to the fifth generation of he iiiichols family 1j 5 Dr Nichols aunt Miss Rachel Nichols brought the od volume with Her from Newport in 1850 since which tjme t has been in the posession of Dr Nichols father uutil a few years ago- when it cnie into Dr Nichols bsession who values it us a family heirloom and would notl part with it at any price Ken tucky tandarl I Thee Pasui olEatin Persons suffering from indigestion dyspepsiaor other itfomach trouble witlfiud that Kodol Dy pepsi Cure digests yrhat you eat and mantes the stomach sweet This remedyis a never failing care for Indigestion and Djs xuepsia aud all compiaiits affecting the iandsor membrane of the stom ach orNHgestive iract When you take Krdol DhgePsia cu e eyry thing tvba eat taslcsgoqd ndcsry bit of the nutriment that our food contain is assimilated aud aupr9priated by the bIOOdandti88ues5V13J Hay don NI r tive P1asurc If you Aver took Da Witts Little Early Risers for biliousness or consti pation you what a purpratiyo pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the systexnOf all bile without producingvun pleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tis- Sues and organs involved WHH- owell of Houston Tex says NoI better pill can be used than Early Risers for cobstfpationt sick headache etcSold byC J Hay don Married in louisvilier- MissFuda Q Durrett of Bloom field add Mr Emmett Wiggin ton of Pairfield were married at St Patricks parsonage Louisville Bev Wight of Fair field performed the ceremony The bride is the accomplished aught r of Mr and Mrs James Durrett of Bloomfield and is one of the handsomest girls in her section of tlje connty and iis pxceedihgly popular Mr Witfgintoh is a son of Mr Nat Wiggmton of Fairfield and is well known and highly esteem Ied young farmer and isItojbe congratulated upoA winning such a charming hride Kentucky StandardV Farrrt cirScs IDeSirablC to town and de farming I am offer r my farm consisting fifty five arid three four s Iof ucr s with good improve nts Op MoOd turnpike near post office mill school and church FIf particnlas tfl nd price all on or1 write thJ O Woford Chaplin Kv or W F Grgby Attorney SpringHeVd Ky Sioffliclifronljle Tiaye been troubled with my stom ach for the past four earsJt says D 11i Beach of Clover Nook Farm Greets field Mass A few davB ago I was induced torbuy a box of Chamberlains Hfomaclraiid Liyer Tablets I have It ken part of them mid feel a greet deal letter Ifvou have any trouble with your stomach try a bos f tbcstl Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Prie 25 cents For pale by Haydona drug itcrej a JVS- t Washington Letter j Secretary Hi cbcock has an nounced the selection of Mr Charles J Bon p1r e as the special investigator who will prob3 the Indiah land scandals Mr Bonaparte it will be remem bered isthe grandson of Jerome bonoparte youngest brother of the first NaptjJeon and the fa mous Betsy Patterson once a leading belle of Bahimore He isa liberal republican and a man of ability arc unquestioned iritegriiy He it is who has been retained by the President to ass st in the prosecution of the prosecution of the legal cases growing out of the Postoffice in Yestigationalong with Holmes Coaradi Just now Mr Bona parte is to conduct these prose Qutions and at the same time in vestigate the affairs of the Indian Territory is difficult to under stand but that he will manage to do justice to both or will give up the former is the confident expectation of ail who know him Secretary Hitchcock has of fered to Bonaparte assistance of Xnd i a n Inspectors Frank Chuhill and S F OFallon and any furbher assistance be may desire btitjtis by no means certain that Mr Bonaparte will accept the services of men themselves closely associated wib the Affairs his called to investigate In the caseof Inspector Churchill for instance there are on record charges agdinst him alleging hat he invested in town lots in ihetown of Sulphur In than Territory at a time when he uas Charged with selling the iotstor he interests of he c m mimity While tbpse charges are yegarded as baseless at the Dej partmeitOf the Interior they will presumably require the in vest fratirn of Mr Bonaparebe fore they can be ultimately das posed of It has been suggested Ihat Bonaparte would do well to ask Fourth Assistant Postmas er Generall Bris ow for the use of rwo or three of the Postoffice inspectors These inspectors it is pointed out have had long training in ferreting out frauds f ihe character charged against Indian Territory officials and entering un the work without any connection with those officials would be in a position to do thor ough find effective work without fear of favor whereas those subordinates of the Department of the Interior whom Bonaparte selected might be hampered to some extent by the knowledge that when the investigation was concluded they would become es sentiallythe subordinates of the very men in some instances at least of whose cOn uct they had passed The names of the individuals Indicted by tbeDistrict of Colum bia grand jury a week ago have at last been made public They are Machen Bearers Eugene D Scbeble pf Toledo Ohio J as W Erwin superintendent free de livery for the terifitory west gf SlMcGiehand and George H Hunt inetpn of the Columbia Supply Cpmpany of New YcrttAlJ have been arrested with the ex ception of Er vin Ma hen was indicted on every charge so that there are now thirteen indict ments againshimten for con spiracv to defraud the govern ment and three for accepting and aSKiog bribes Fe fs still out oil bail but bis pond has been increased to 30000 It is esti mate Urom the iindictments al ers Impure blood always shows skInjthenbnerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If th- eSarsaparilla stomach then dyspepsia biliousness loss of appetite Your doctOr knows the remedy used for 60 years Beturnlnr from the CSban War I mi S myJiesitht SanJlUUIoII ee letelr cured lccfionunSwttoBFa S btle for ZcATzzcbaireiI IIyf 1 ImpureDlo AM he SarMparHM by kplng the w rglar with Ars arms 1 dejfrapdedless than 250000 rT1ciTheCoMMty Mr v1B Blvardsl the suir yeyor of BoylecOuntyistbe first man inVt4eV county tp own an- autobicyjle He purchased the machine in Lexington last Mon Bay at a o5to2Q04nd traveled from thatj city to bis hpmd at the rate of thirty LmVilesVfl hoiTh Mr Edwards Is the greatest wheel inan hi Jhe county Last year hemade i tript6NewYork and Canada Hia ode ifoin Per ryville to Canadaii tetfdays Dmvlle News BOYS Wild Md ForLif With famiiy around expecting him tp die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Pr Kingg Now Discpvery forCqnsumpJion Coughs ann Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind ndured deaths agonies from asthma butthis wonderful medicine Rave instant relief and soon cured him He writes r now sleep soundly everv nightt Like mar velous cures of CpnsumptionV Pneumonia1 Bronchitis CoughS Colds and Grip prove its match less merit for all Throat and Lung ttroubles Guaranteed bdttles 50c and L Trial bptUes free etC J HaydPits Public Sale of Fine rParm 0J L And Personal Pro perty My farm cr ntaming196 acres situated on the f pntfgfield and Willisburg tui npke abbiit 7 mils from Springfield will be sold at public sale on Wednesdav eptr 3011903 at 10 oclok a m This is one ort best and mostpro ductive farms in Washington county and tthp improvements on it are of the very bst The dwelling is a handsome modern structure cnntainrasr 9 rooms with all conveniences a good cellar nnd all riefessary outbuildings There isalsoonthe farm a pood two room tenement house and a fine stock barn 60x60 feett There alre tbree epod wells on thepjace and an abundance of stock water besides a ilarge pond well stowed with fish The greater partJof- the farm is now in grass and it is in fat a modsl place for raising 1t fine stOck At th snioime and place will offer for sale the tpllowing personal property 16 head of mules 3ttp 6 years ld2 extra pairs of 2yearold mules 16 hands hIgh 11 yearling mules 6 more and 5 horses 7 4uie colts one family horse perfectly safe for lady to drive paesaddje and harnes mare one 8yearold harness mare 1 jennet 3 year ling coltsVj one 2 year old saddja and harness mare 2 registered Hereord cows and one calfo 4 41Jerseyold steers 12 yearlin steers 3 yearling heifers 5 weadlinar steer calves bneso and ties 7 brood cowsa lot of niceshotes 50 ypod owes bred to a Southdown Thick one binder one mower and fak disc harrow disa wheat drill and other farming implements ope rubber tire buggy one teel tire husery ore surrey one 2V drs wagonUOJ30bushelsof corn 10 tons Of Jay One Grand Sauare Piano one Parlor Snit and all other hoiiseiold and kitchen fur nitureV Termsr The terms given the tyirchasprr cff the farm will be liberal and made known on day of sale On the personal Prop erty a credit of 6 months will 1e sriven on amounts of10 and over with nfiffptiable note bearirtsr 6 per cent 1interst it nB nnder- 10cashJ IV G APOHQNEY Be cbland Kv Oap TEnffHh auct1oncer TbeGeiineTnCo ntfrf ifs The genuine is always better than n cnuuterfeitbutthe truth of this ptate nitiueHr tScfO frelbly realLzeil or more thoroughly appecirM tiig- wheuyou compare theiRenuine Be Witts Vijb Hazel SnLvff Salve witfr the many uuterfe1tand worthIes eubstitutes that are on the jiariciiti J W B I dh tt r f Sbrevepojrt La says iAfter using hnmero st- diegthot1se reiae i fit one bI fD Witts Witch Btaxel Salve cired For llnd11e4IugJ ictal an4 pr trfdlriif pile no remedy Ii- iewitVeWitchHazeIS1v e4fIIl JC oldf tff 4 GJHaydofl l We Jiiui i IiAfct Satqr4ay PQ Scuffle Creek abpjit iVo miles south west of Bush B rancb adifficjityy arose between Mnf Nan Mason and Mrs Sallie Good two neighboring Rrbinqn in vwhicfi Mrs Mason sbared badly Thf trouble came upi over Mrs Masofrs hogs which had brokei into Mrs 3oodescornfieldi Mrs Goode it is cl imed was trying to drive he hogs out of the field when Mrs Mason entered ad began to abuse her and throw stone at her The affair reached an ugly clipax when the women clinceed and Mrs Gpode used a knifa upon her assailant with palnfuKeffect cutting teE nearr the temrle once on the niCk and onceoFwice pp thp left hana and arm MrsAiaspn bleeding profusely wis carried by a neighbor to a phyjgician who dressed her wounds 3hd is do log fairly well as the wounds were nUt deep t is thought she will soon xecSver Our Bush Branch correspondent who gius this account of the attair Wv marked b dfeOOIofteltrnket- roublebetweenn ighb9 t He might have yerjj prppriately added iiisbad enough for men tto become involved in troublta of this kind but ghastly for wptnenv nfothers of famihesK to do so Mrs Goode claims the knife she happened have with her at the time she was assaulted she had been pealing apples with for her children Itis a very un fortunate affair and co doubt both JVomennoWtbink the trouble is greater than the worth of both LlEnterprise Battleship KentuckyVld Colors TherLouisvillej HendersoQ and St Louis Railway has just hae completed for distributi naMarsd order of pifitures pf the Battle hip Kentucky which is4ork- of art and should be in every Kentucky home The pjcture is reproduced from i very fine large copyrighted photograph bv Mr Eurique Mueller the of UcithotOgrapherfo= the United States Navy akexTas the ship fs leaving New YOrk hdrbor Xor a cruise It iis dpnejn colors tha grey fighter slowly plp ing its way through the carefully shadee green pf the sea aqd carrying at the top of her flagtaff the stars and stfipesjn theu Datura I red whieand blue It is admiralably suited for framing but as it Is gotten out on heavy fiveply enameled cardboard it will prove an ornament to any hOme without iffain lngSix cents in postage sen- ttoLJIrjnG P A Pf the popular Htm4rs9nn ut at Louisville Ky will bring this beautiful picture to your hpme fflLiic TjaCktJ1I f1f CholertUiD R B L Byer a well knowncooper of thli t yynsaYl he bellevei Chambet la1uS joliC1 pholen nd- BetnedV DiaqI1 Nve4 bls Jitealt waer Hek beejclc IOr5a woatfe witk what the doctors call tbdjKiitccy and comldjfctUKfthlagftof do Ida asy good untIl he triedi ihlsr aedy I gave kim ImBkediateTelfef iwrs 3 T j Utle mircfimht t fla cock F d rsaleby Haydusdrugstore Ba4Iy tirt While returning Sutida night on the ebccursioii train lip LonisviLIeV1r Wilbffl Ck w herd tbe genial repre ntativfl of BF WboJay stay e facioi5 at this point was serjpusiy hurt The train had reached phica f go this county and was pulliBg out slowly Mr ObwherdLi 1as standing on ttie rearplatfomt the la t coach when suddenly stouentha size fa mans fist struckt him nnljeie JatrvbrV g off a tootband cutting hoi t rougbJb flbJprt O 110 C1eek j1st oYrt CMi reaching L bnbhfh wuit toDr Kellys office where t1e woh 4 was dressed and seWed up M- riowIsrsys jpst before 1- 14one struck hiIa he aaw tb forms of veTrmili the 4 nl n the Msio arid 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by- aa s box t40 J dfcjIA i 1I 4V whasahirI tSftotJ tWP a it sd a = USdaa bst 4 1Mt tIteIt Ialt fr t j k 4 yoe- vp fis spVi eina aniL Lo baa Fopir aRhIt t tiiotbsg In flIfuiIvtbtrtIIa It- flawoi41cs5m wW p7 1 1ri7 thsnsslv- sA r S THE JW EADERj hlt STDY trAIDIi f il ADV C Th 1r ILpXY r f1tr47 t T f Z13 DAVISONJr r I if 47 7a I1 iwPiIis fk1tI JlOCbt4 b pot 1JIJIt1aNlUODi L sitis politlvalmatter i 1 t rM ti at 19WWMS b t e sb III18 i 1I niiJII1irni Maine asas onl1beraJl 3Sfl fd Mk 1fattll uu4N u4 reeatQI orrspqcv a Mf fii 4 r 25 rft tIeM j jJj t h 1903t A Ttti1sAYsJnEhI EItff 6 1 i- trJfa6 Circuit reJW iiFS Lboru i to Announce the Mm l i ATtESpNt plUltLUS t aaJMtt fovtbe oUc pf Circuit f t Jiio tIIlt the E1ennt JudI ial Uikrfet a4pd1 oftfc oountleg of Xad Tgy14risn aid Washing 1 to ecrI r1r Cjiijiiijtwsalths Attorney f is W 1 ltonDOtinc L jL1UWAM il tl crcl1 idatefor the llMoC iiii liwa1thI Attorney lil1tfHt so ihf aottoBof th Demo r piity1l iIacthla the Eleventh jii4t a1 WrIct composed of the confle t wgehIegton MaIon3 Ty t i4 kj i j1eI r pf Ctrcttlt CUrJc- W fe MMieriitA to announce L JLJ ANPBi1LL M a riHtet fit tlw office of Circuit 3at Clerk 1 Wwliliigton county XObrectQ1I 1fele e wiltl be f t ft1MetIc byEcbtJToee ii For ste bieri f rWI r tt eiiiii to iirotinc MARRY LANCASTER t ieaty pa curididate itQr 4theP1 Gt fll It Senator from tfie lk1 i rieiaiifetrfcteabjcct tothe f ittl the DeMocratio party t p Iepresentative fl WaeStborfz4 l tQ wnonnce It 9 llfi WILUAM D OLAYBROO KB fti BdJilate for the office t Gill 3tejpMMatiUT o the lower 11 foeMe Jpt JCe Ucky LegiBla Ljfrom = county e political campaign is wac IngTwarm and the mudsliAgtng I i U4wb ftn One of the llatest f piiili im between Gov Beckj liSii and Bill Ovens Jn which tb ypassed letthanded compli lmtiiiI out to each other without J 1 rt attttfc The overpor accrsed- XiwtfwLS ol belag a debauchee and- SS4tot1r thugs while Owen re 4 r JIt yih0 iCQverhor as that SjJtttt Boj Blue ef ardstoon l l who if the Jawshad been en i1orcei1fQtldJ have been sold long I J f rfor vagrancy Iri 1Aoigjh various charges 4 Brought a airist the candidates in the present campaign w3 one 4 agaat Beci kh am by J CV ptifhtr candidate Jor Secretary t oStaw ich we shoUld think 4S d would callifor snore talk Mr JI 8p ight charfM Gov Beckham Trith having ol ered to pardon a 4 rispner provided 1800 wa paid I iito the Democratic campaign liiJBjSfirfflthis iiarvery serious t mccuifttion and Mr Speight has k goodd a of nerye oiake it 4iheeabgc1cit Up1I ti 1pbAt fclG oclock Tuesday after rtbsjury in the case of Curtis 145an trial At Cuthiaa for 11 thriK5O- James Cbckrell Miiid a e dfctof guilty and ji or Iiithf punUbntisnt at death TMiitf tors deliberated on th Jl f tj tSN of two hours and twcniy g iW iB tei Jett declarea that verdict wai what ho had e o 1 tc 5S r Tlwifi feJ acrambje i1 jq the 7dtkV rtk CoiigrMcional distrIct + it jikoilltft tacint by the I ir4 Cogrsuatn Vincent 4i j 3iaiit At leaata dozen can liWa hAve bteii announced Am ekctkw will be called at an IiJ eriJ t 1t tlJfiiIIeuiW f fora111 pn to1 T N bbe IIkot aid actly t t e M7i W iufed FroM v e ote MIt4 kWej the Whcmn it MtiMlr t iwy atc o 1r GAY3AItibsskst1w11Icure if 1SI Ia1I1 i l Kttaey bs jJ + r i IJ Ii3JJf1 c = = J H pptnlns Among the County People ifq vRepottei by our Correspondents r nsnqtIrWsai sA j 7 4nnlsbo Li pbrland Golvtnf tho has bee Viting relatives in the n norther plrt of the county has retime toll T Fruitier d where he ism kia1i his Dome j W Settles bought t w 0 calves frbin J S Button fo- r1Oano1d a number of hQgs tq differeht parties at 5 cents per pqurid J p Sutherland sola nurnbe 11 fat shoats and spme stock hogs to Armstrong and Sutton for 5 c ntp pound The firSt frost of the seasn made its appearance hereFjida and put a hustle on the lnr ers to finish cutting theirttobacco It isthe opinion of lltbat the frost hasdone very little damage io thisvicuiity John Ejjhewmaker and sister Miss Cordia of Mackville were te pleasant guests of Misses Minnie and Settle Maitingly Sundays j ft We arel nowlenjoying pent9f poiiiidal talk on every band Tffe Powers Verdict seems to be the bone of discussion and it is not Strange to hear men saying what they wo kido if they were tile Gbverrnor and at the same time those persons could not find thei way but jof the Governors man sion much lless to di tate his bus iness If anyone wants any in formation on the Issues of the present campaign they may cali on a few here and will be accom odated but we will not vouch for it being correct John Montgomery and daugh ter Miss Mattiei have returned from a visit to relatives in Larue county Mr Montgomery js there are plenty of pretty girls in Larue and this has aroused Capt Settles who has requested the base ball team to elect a man ager to bet in his absence for leis off fbrLaruQ f Miss Eva Inman hasreturned froin a weeks visit to friends at Bbtlandi it KJ rLee Settles sold a horse to Richard Cheatham for 46 ana bought one from A F Settless foj9Q RevIW E Sutherland has been employed to preach the rcf muuiingparb of the year at Love Ridge Church He preached to the congregation Sunday and wjllprcachtbethird Sunday in each month from now on John Shewmaker taught sev oral head of cattle from Riah Shewmaker price unknown 1We desire to correct a state ment that appeared in the Fen wick letter Ibstw ekhi regard to the game of ball played here between the teim of that place and our boys The correspond entstatedthat our boys hada pitcher from Uarrodsburp1 and six players fr 6 m Willisburg which was a sad mistake Our boys had noHarrodsburg th and only two boys from Willis burg played with our team while three from WiHisbiirg played with the Pen wick ten They were also suppHmented by Mack 13rownybo1tt the county did their twirling abd it was done to order but he lacked fielders The core was 43 to 3 in favor of Hiilsboro t t MQO1S1ILLE Miss Maltie Snider of Chap Im is vitingMissNatdy Moore at th Jis place Mrs Miranda J Sbehan had iQ paralytic stroke last Friday and is suffering very 4nuch at this writ in One of Mri WilTiamPinkstonH chifdren is suffering withtJ plipicl fever Will M Hoiitchens is getting over a- light attack of typhoid fever Miss Lithe Wilkinson and J lr JessiE Washburne were married atNew Hope Baptist church Sunday September 80 Rev B T Adkins performed tne cere U mony May every py be theirs isthewish of theirna any friends Mr RIchard Smith is able to be out again after a severe case of typhoid lever It is reported that anQther wedding will soon occur in this community V Quite a large crowd Vas at the New Hope Baptist church last Sunday to hear Brother Adkins preach and towitness the wed fifin The Wbodlawn and Mpbresville boys crossed bats near Moores yule last Saturday The game was won by the Wpodlawn boys To all of our lautidry customers we say pay tis what is due and bring the cash with ycu wnen you come for your laundryW 0 Ellis is the aentand the bus mess is now done on a strictly cash basis Mr Alex Bird and family visited MrPaJmer Ohedsi r and family last BuntlayjNs Nr Ed Grigsby and jwiie are visiting Mr 1 N Hardin near Brush Groye tisreported thatanother lajid deal is up providing ItfdPnt fail through asthe one did ast wk between Mr Henry Offutt and Mrs Susan Gqatloy It was all a mistake about her going to Iowa i 1INTIBE1 Everything is looking very nice and it makes one feel good thesewarm adtnmnol days The dwelling of our popular merchant Mr rE BallarJ was Begun last Monday by the- com petent cirpenters Vheatley Bros The housewhen finished will add greatly to the beauty of our little town Mr Richard Kallev iis very ill pf typhojtd fever alsoMr Robert NaLey at this writing Miss Flora Keene one elff our most charming young ladi s1en tercd St Catherines school Jast week We miss her very much Dr Burton and Miss Lyjdia MpElroyof SpringUeld passed through here last Monday Miss Jaget Cecil of Louis v lle has eeh visiting tier aunt Mrs Polin clntire Messrs TiiiyfcIntire and Lewis Mlddcjfthisi place and Richard dambron of near St Rose entered school at Geth s mine last week Miss Lou Hill returned toltlof jliome at Louisvillelast Saturday Miss Craycroftf of Meadecoun ty has beeti visiting relatives in this section IMr Robert Wh a lpyandMiSs Etta Hill visited the Misses RaDier of Nelsan county llast Sunday Ghas Kalley has sold to Mr Shewmaker his farm Price unknown Chas West hsbougnt the late NaceiOBrien farm for i350 Misses Etta and Mendissie Hill visited Mss Annie Elen of plincoer Tues4yniht Tom Wheatley and Ri hprd Blandford took in the dadce at TliompsonviHe last Friday night and report jolly times J E Hill sold14 s eep toMtidd Bros of FredericktowD fr SO Willisburg Mr J M Trent ajid wife are in Oininnattihwoek DrM W Hyatt and wife attended the Durrettr Wigginton wedding in Louisville lust eek Mrand Mrs Houtapy and son of Illinois are visiiln Mrs J W Burton Mr T J Miller and family have returned from Hot Springs Ark after a months outing Miss Mary Graham of Har guestjIvile Dr W WHyatt bus returned home from New York City Miss Mamie Ferritt Messrs J IIn aracamphReUercs Inrtantly or Money Refan- dciItohlng BIBding Piles Stop the Itchiiif Stppc the Bleeding Allays aU Inflammittion It Cools It Soothes IfrCtires oaJa2ct QUo ottSes At aUguod DregIti q For Sale by C J Haydon E D Wells ami W L Gibbs were entertained in a most charm log mariner last week at the home of MisrlrmaGraham Mr Ch3 1 t n of Bos n is visiting his daughter Mrs Ed Birch r The Mooresville ball t e a m failed to come up last Saturday to have their match game with ourboys Dr Sam Grume arici Miss Nettle YateS surprised their many friecds by driving 10 Sp ringtield last Friday and get ting married May their joys be as manY as the sands of the sea shore iis the wish of the scribe Charles unite is on the sick list again We ho j e he may soon recover and resume his duties ihe schoolroom Ve are glad to report Mrs Wni Scott better at this writing as slhe has been i1l for some tjlne A B Wen al dwife spent lastt Sunday night with Mr Alex Yates hear Booker C Dr Johp Yates is in pur town this week v WAITED We would like toask through tIle columns of your pap t if there Is any person who1 has used Greens Augut Flower for the cure of Ipdigestion Dyspepv sia andLve Troubles that has not been caredand we also mean their results sucb a6sour stomach fgrmentatton of food habitual l co livpness nervous dyspepsia headaches despoui de it rfeelings sleepl snsinf- act any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been s61d for many years in all civilized c untries and we wish to correspond wftb you and Std you ono oft our bopys free of cost If youneye r tried August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first We have never knuwnL9f its fnilingno Smettliflg 7more serious isUte matiorwith yourrb 25 cent has jjtqt been introduced this year Regular sizo 75 cents a- tdrugisisG O Green WOftK AND REST When They Alternate Pcrfectly a aiaii Will Eiijoyj Doth After work comes rest When they alternate lperfectly wan may prepare to enjoy real happiness When they alternate perfectly a than will onjdj both the work and the test that tot lows Nature Is ri Just old lady She seldom gives a man more than he uecds It he elects to live a lazy life she lets ills muscles get flabby and hia brain go sleepy She never permits him to lojis possess a faculty or a nerve or a mus cle or a sinew that hedoea not ue Iii proppr way to keep your inuycles pr your brains is to use eta up and let nature provide you with a fresh sup lily Xature Is assisted In this w tfr by CSt One may rest sometime by seek ing a change of labor Labor thus b c sit recreation rorroatlbn Tollvo happily in this world Itls hot enOugh to know how to work A uian uiilst nls6 know how to rest Thel Hum WUQ know only how to work will sooii wear out If he doesnt wear out Im mediately iris work will suffer In some way No man can do his best work mi lesa ho alternates it with a little play or a little rest A man who cant drop hi wbjfk iron big mind as readily he can drop hlj topis from his hands Iliad better tIe a few weeks off to study the rat quos tlou His nerves arp riot what they should be If it man wishes to keep his nerve let hlto avoid nerves burg Dispatch Ivy Clad nUdlDJS So longfas the walls of a building aril sound and the bricks or stones well cemented together offer iilo fissures cracks for the plant ta force Its w orI Into there is nothing whatever to Should the Ivy however find an open Ing arid so thrust itself into the wall the natural and continuous expansion of its parts will tend to loosan the stones and hasten the decay pf the building A fair growth of Ivy on sound walls that allow of no advances beyond he- suplicIal attachment pf the clnepers or aerial root as they are called is al together bet lichil It prpuietes dry ness and warmth counteracts the con rosive action of the atinpaphere Jnd Is at Once a shelter and an prhament Tiese aerial rppts nrc not sources pf niitritlpu but merely serve as mechan ichll suppprt to the climbing ivy The contention that they sap the whole of the moisture from mortar leaving It excessively dry and crimbllng has therefore no foundation In fact Lon don Standard A Dincd Tonlt At one time the officers under tprd Howe refused to drink his health at tbelrJI1essotor though a splendid ad inirnl he was not Ollularlntbe navy on account of n cerlnln shyness and want of tact with those about him Thecharlaln who was a protege of b lordship was mortlflcd nt this und tisI termlned that the officers should to Lord Howe When called upon a toast one day hb said Well gentlemen I can think pi nothing bettor at this moment than ito ask you to drink the fltst two word of the Thlfd Psalm for a Scriptural toast for once may be tttktu from one ot my cjptb The toast was runk rot one or the pin eClS Indicated ij Ford ov look that ho was ignorut of tpc words alluded to On jrcf erring to tb Bible It Was found that the Third nluj begins Lord low are ujey lit rcased IIa i T Consumption 1 The only kind of cdnsump lion Jo fear is neglected constimptfonS People are learning that con sumption Isa cunible disease It iis neglected consumption tjiattsi so often incuraBle Jr At the faintest suspicion c t consumption Ftabottle jf rScotts Emulsion arid begi a regular do esJThe use of S potts Emulsion at orice hasp ih thousands of cases turned the bal nice in favor of health v Neglected cdrisumpf ion dos not exist where Scotts EmU sion is Prompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it cn he checked V Scad far free sarapli f j COD 15OWXE Chemists 44 ty Pearl Street New York sx ld troc UfUists f sr ANJGENIUBUJLARIio- wlkrOpeneil +aSafdlVltliontTobla OP Ei1oIve An extraordinary account Is given of how n safe was opened by robber vljobnd at his disposal no instrument pf nny kind but qpaiVited merely ijrlth his finger naiL The person who acconji jlJahed the feat revealed his intention of robliufr the Iron safe in a hotelto ftiptiiei young mnuviljo happened to- bo the cousin cfr t ieiioteyproprletaft As a inattcXof courst tbejjj rposed Echsmefo rG was rtrealenlotha own fr of the boel dnd a little before mid right yrhenrit ivas to be put into exe rut ion a aSuple of det cUve were cda renlfnlBehind tire office counter aljort time afterward the robber entered th e office gently without either tools or csploslveg trhere ith to open the massive Iran receptacle the corn binRtipn of rrhich It wan evident he did nottnow He had however resorted to nn ingenious plan of his oVn s lie had pared the nail of his 1adc finger on tbq right hand until theOrioodT- C33CI3 were e pssed Thoi by placin = the sensitive wound on the cpmbina eID1enteI last there came a sharp nck JIn be srun1bnck the dpprspf the safe JiJc was in tlie net cf flung ills pockets with the valuable papers it con tamed when a damper was thrown up on his activity by fthe sudden grasp of tthe detectives under vipse escort he was ta en to prison London TitBita Dancer In Home Remedies The trouble xvtlh poor persons who try to doctor themselves before coming here said a physiplah irj a public dispensary Is that they do not know the fiiStthlng rtb yit the simple xeracdics as they call them thatthey use Of tdnflines they do thenisclves serious JtrytLrougiiJ siioer ignoranCe I had a tqan In lure the other dny who had taken half an ounce of cholera mix turet Somebody lIt1tt told him to take hiilf n easpoonfull It is the sumo WRYj ammonlulnntl9therwell dies Porsons wIlt trust to their memo ory arc likely to get mjxed and either take an overdose or use thp wrong inediclnc A Woman came In here suf fOring from the effects of a druf that she should never have obtained except nn physicians prescription It was t1ihlg overdnse aiirt icr prompt appll catfon for relief that saved her When I scolded her unto showed me a clipping from one of Ihe niagazlnes advising its use The dose prescribed was Mioueh to kill u liorse New York Tithes The Menu Curd In In Flrnt Form lu its old fashioned form the menu wag usually written large oil cards of siicli jlmposhrg dimensions that room fpr one only coultl bo found at each dud or jie hoard In the mediaeval dinner this aid to selection must have been an absolute necessity for the modaval dinner was ii mine of sur prises llwas divided into courses as are our own dainty uieala but whereas nowadays tho diner has a general idea that db will ollow soup and that en tree is succeeded Uy relcve nn J can conceive generally the sort of xlernatd that each course will make upon his appdttte and digestion there wiis no possible arguing as to what was going to happen hi an early Eiigllsh dinner and clbse study fntls to reveal the ex IsVeftce Pf any principle of arrange meat if DIJBCtetlitlii n n Anirploccri A certaIn i1ngsays n tide from tIe P rslrill asked an astrologer How many years of llfr romnla to ml The wls man ripllodi Ten The king became vep despondent and betook IDees ed great wisdom sent lot thi seer and in the kings preachce risked him now many years have you to live Ue replied Twenty Tin vizier OP dcrcd that he should tlmt very hour be executed In the kings unsencc Time king was sutiificU and Iuinmonded tie sagacity Of his minister and no longcc attached any importance to the astroloi jers spyIng Eg aiidFnlrloB A writer In the Chfcagp Tribune says My people came flour the north of Ireland My great grandfather ah wtiys stuck his knife through the hot toui of bis eggshells after he had eateu breakfast My grandfather And father followed his exniiiple through Iforce of habit and now I have contracted it JIf you dpht break the shells the fairies can use them for boats and cart crosa bodies of water thus lii the north of Ireland there are good fairies and bad fairies The bad fairies will play tricks on 0t1If they can reach YOll You can hamper their mpvemeuta by breaking their boats t Bncklcll3 Aiiiciyc Has worldwide flume for mar velous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or bam for Corns Cuts Burns 3uils Sor6p Pbldnst Ulcers rettert Salt Rheum Pever Wore t Chapped H tds Skin Eruptions infallible for Jil I Cure firuar ant ed Only5caCT HFay dons 1 r 4 DavIf IIT fpi t Jo L wtiij lrWiii6iij Y IIiVi WWWiWiie f Thee F FfflCFS i Supp1yLllipPI k + 0 4o 6 fJ d rl Vt= op f i Jt1O 3 d iT j Ji I THOMPSON tI 1 GREEN Is the place to go with your piiQoj get your Suoy ofit I1 =A l i i 1 1Pth1D SEEDSr3se if Qf all inds 4geDt iQtu fl1CKORY WAGOMIJId t for the Belebrated ELLWOODLSTEEI2IRE I W r 11rlfra tt s iigjIiii GOAt v inany Qnantity at Loren mmt rp I I mHO Ovao G tr p t StIm p H mfM D r H1yAppetfte Bowels 1 cdnstipated Tongue coated Hep4 ache its your liver Ayerfs Pills are Iierpills all VPCPfnf Tf 2 cAwCodtS a WIfI Want your moustache orbeard j abcautlfvlbrownorrkhbkck Ul BU K1NGUAMJS DYE nrrr CTt taT tmeamonzr cur 3 1aJAtIL aiooh Sapcratltloaa The eclipse of tile Inoon U full of portent to the Macedonian ifohamBed ana 4t indicates bloodshed 1118l met with reports 6f firearms and the Imaiud cdll from tile minarets the faithful to ppbtlc prayers IB the mosqties Cbla recalls in a striking manner the practices ot many savage and barbaric nations The great oa P4theCbhfescthe eclipse nionstur The latter meet ItJ with prayers like the Turks But even In civilized Europe both anctent and Oiodern one units numerous proofs of this EUicrstilou The lipmana came to the sUCcor of the nliJIcted moon by flinging firebrands into the air by the blure of trumpet and theclanf of bnjzoii pofs The jRuperstltionrsurvhcd tturougu the uilddlt agey into a very liitejperid Frauce Wince and IrelcBd offer many instances as lao as the cenie nth ceuturyV A TepieotDIreree Bo long ago as 1250 the wife ota Japanese rogent obtained from the gov orumcnt permission to rescue women from the band pf cruel husbands TIM meaua she tppk were Very simple A new sect of Buddhism known as the Zen was just then being foruieiL lit tliv temple of the Zen sanctuary was established for fleeing wives Whcu they wished separation br divorce fiolu tUJr husbands they could claim fIro ioctlon under the wing ot the temple Once across the threshold government officials would trot be allowed to inter fere atlll the furious husbands Tiiis temple of divorce was supreaift umpire on matters of rootrimonlnl dli agreementst The practice pf the prlvl legeof o temple7 Has maintained for over 000 years Fade About Animal Structure The complexity of animal structure Is marvelous A caterpillar contains mere than 2000 muscles In a human body lire some 2000000 perspiration glands cpmmunlcatinff with Ute ant face by ducts having a total JeagUi pt some ten miles while that of iW ar JerleX veins and caplllarte mpit ba very great The btopd conralns mlUIoss pf corpuscles each a structure la itself The rods in the retIna which are sup posed to be the ultimate recipients of light are estimated at pO000000 ftd Melnert has calculated tbat the gtay rndttdr of the brahi Is built of at least COOOQddOO cells 4The Xnlwala In eZTttjIAccprdlng to the Mohammedans lief there are tell animals JnbeUQ tluuo form the following strange men agcrle The cult otfurvd by AUr batD the 01 qf Mcscs the whale of Joaab ttho asa of Balaam the rum of Ishmdei thji nut of Solomon tW camel of tbt i6phvt Shlech the cuckoo pf BalkU tire dog o the seven sleepers ad Aj Boraklhfe animaJ which carried Mo hummed to heaveu XatUGolaeu Male What are you going to do for the mijn whtJ Luye put you la your present fcsltlonr My den r aIry said Senator Sargl M I18n t the question Prosperity to itttuJneU by observing what people can dp for yo n not what you din do Ivr oilier peoi letuusliiugtonStar Proof Old Snladdlcferd alwayi reen4E t 1rt Nobodf ever saw him walking akmf uIraiirondtrack Iti advance of traIn Exchau e r fettjlWb de w g 7sg XuthlnT tall bat den crawl k Hf tAt aita CpnstJtMtlon tl Difficult is only a word dlcttpc th deirei of strength reqnlsIt for- iwpJ1smjg tfja parttcnjar object f 1 1 GAR COAI5 t IIowa ndlenra a4lloos ATPBLICSALE-ic I Extra good heavy bQici o11s + suitable for Draft Farii ork and Driving Purposes SprillgfieId Monday SeLioI as torssfrl cladingl the famout Percheron HJ fccafccT and Loch hpi3e v whii are virtf4wthQiin ral theQeI Oldinisill weigh from T2QOto 14jOlbc cftWe have iiold several car load In anof around Lexington Ky and thi rare briki0iout nicelyl and giving general satisfaction Will beinchargexf af JCSLLERCO GYPSY RETICENCE W4Jleh4 r Aralait CbIarIe O4trey Jla4Charles Godfrey Leland aatkp st the Allans BiisItOjaBHJl ballads kad a passionl for studying tbcrac t gyp ales and uit tbo saiue tlwrgiiMt huusympathy wiSk tbfuj Thy fact tbat be was the giWtest Ilvlu uutUerlty aa the gypsy tongue afid cuateas gaf him little pleflsiirecoipnared wftk the delight of bcioigj haikd acfcrotber by giP y horse traders at logtteh fair and gypsy musicians IB KHssIaVad AUstria One day In ThILOde11I1a kfiue lite dark won whom be knew to beet aM ancient stock lie was qa1faatttsti- beycould speals a langaigwtakbc- ontained rootsV of 8acrIt LaMe and Perstaa Yet they would Biake M display of it Timer woulet like tk k race deny all luiawfedft ot t M tfell as tire factof tbeIigypay Wo J I He addraM l tijuea im Ittlkv a 4 they answered iuentlj lit cbigcd to obscure toBjpJs ct tb ut net- agalntbe7rafld t Have 1M tlatquka1 iersnaem rW IIIeI4 atist1CYea1jliaroi eCtlIsnt there rftu fclo4l wuldi You have f5CgQ5 T4nisiite io signorI fIWleat sot efl SlpOt yon bT Is uery e he the basket Leldnd looked tfee a iMily 1ft tht eye aujl jut a J9MlM to Ms1 1 There was Mlrk ftowcr frp MM to tw other arfd tiwu a MeiMf B asked tkflD flfriW a Milwiin Watt ion tulle wkh a wjMf iifiilwrr1 That e1KAl teak Th lila hands IH great eawtiMi l tiMl to teU him boW lam tfcey wifJa having met e wr M wlialOMW Ik w Ygtl1ac anipsl e j in flwf questleB cTerjf chUd a kt chug boipe is WlMttf ta a- etle5eWitt IMfa J I JwC Dw hW w 1FttW ta mU ftch8 g 01 CiI t t WttcIa Im t Is r- ac StSt r 4 t I1 ieeIbIy adis 1w iniseisthscap LiiO-OI Wi 4MrHort and Mwpd 11 4 MUr I fJ l i A isMIsitatt w the f1f ys seatitI IIHit tait s IIbs1WsaM1tM ses 11LuI tri 1 1 c of jeer MCWs dfi1sLsk-eiit wker Lect IUfaI I 1Vi 3 4ga It lit 7v u a s 1 1M is t 1IsMs 3 IkekS tr 1iI t i ftl 4J r 1 jIJN kM1serT bet t tohiMIt s oi IIfii J J J Tii si4 iuiL l MIIJ IIiI J J dr in iiIII W 1Et r R tst l LLLd- T41s t 7 IIra MtIdt 4Ik- WI I Ii1 i G ttE tstit wfth btsirA K lot 1aSstack PU V t 7w 7r L1iT JJ i ci tLDilJ IBURTOHv IK WSti-r AIcL1MA- H LAMFTQN 1J UI4LDIY rOPKX if VffUrl for j JO so I 41s Dspoi- rj sbsUto2j t Ii fal fiAT AW MnI Mw kL tf1JII I rv f t i 1 11Ii llfiJJLfJ lll r Weimv in our charrc forMai the iE lCrlk4 jitipertr aetIyA Wa41cM7a cop1te iUHd t R tH1rttt1 property W Arrtihti MI rt4tt 1wtlt lke i xjt- flft NGatirillb1tJ ew barn iyt I Prce r ptrcr if acre JtmT esen miles friMB pclarhli Mar the pike all lattfh atai Jigr- ayei1ja4 ktLrFr H icrt fara 4 mllef from pInkS ltW MurtktjHbe mall kou e and tallWn I acres ot creek botto PrIc perClCJ l 7 Lat1 raf1lU U froE tiLMI teflttti Jitcit 30 ITuri W TNHttfp lua good Im roe atU vejrkiwL Price 30 per J 1acre- f rcvtI szaatha1f iili trHl cLckW o the tJcefoO I tPlit W land ati SK ro ifttate of eultivatlon 20 acres if fdrf ereek btttMi Price 130 perf i sere lifter1 ilinit alits froth Sprior leli Mar tW tir githouse am barg1ay l crats ieo pecre ir3W aireJaVAJ two miles prom 9 iJ3i t Wre4tiiiikel well fenced awattre all la high state of cuIj ttatti1 J1ity we11rketr acre IM a rfjr ljk iroa Spring V 11144 2 aI1e frm ttoGood A r1JljO acrI botton PrlceEOCS1CT1re mUelfroti1 lMi ffelt Marti pike oithe ciwity asMzraaiiays well aod te well ff ct4 adt watered good boe artliarV m acre im elc tmnelfro1bI 44ftrd1s i1 1Mi kOIHe fcinitelsftcco barn plenty ef g tobacco lut Price I220- per4js jq4 L50 laisi oWTuaf wile frOmI APtQrWiIMl7Is Vesty u rOOd Ni1iJcca la d 11rim House stock a tobi eo ham j8arlattme half mile romI Sprlnrfelo all In lH flrtt claw im 4iIRt1 If everykind good rcbarI i I = 47 acre fanii all Jays well and ur Ur cook fe cr ltSce eyem roo t iAfirfe Uock barn t a lt1Hreu tbul1ci fli ftrkellO per acre t acre fice onehalf mile from sll ee xadUra milk IMIoonIkCH0 aovEd 1an4 SiL RIitld oiitly- lJlit Iacr rlt1Jf II l2tllyIsgr3JI plenty of rood I r ijlaai lour adweUlnt and Uck aM J fcacct Isanw Price IJI7 3pIareeSJ IOcaec1 four miles to ar1 fr JIPrlaCk wltk im hCDIH- cIIar ad twndlnp all 1geiliM ilU Ijced aM watered i w 4 t ci5 l1Y 1 I n1 aQht tealM Mrk4i4c rceord Ithto be n IkuH fc y crjOlkty yith 4lMlMtf which tliiM Mtr witlW Mttk kave Wen isi4 udi4 JtKi H beet th- itti4rd and walrf man in tm trataiett of er in ttiouftands ol k4M4M iyJbibig all thH time no 1I qc l vr WM rect5d to the t Iataa4 Ps l wialektlfal1ed toet fjet a cW a gLYp as soon as tI4bpmnsM tM crop owf appears willI 1 pCSYIIt tcattock It U pteaaast M M dillna Uke1J It Cu I 1fir optwa K 4fcr ua11111 d mWUibbrato aulwlU For Ml iirf I w 1 IeN i 4S raI4IaNh 1iM sIIJMeI pI1NMII J Y1JMJttrt I Is 1iiiI1i i i rfJ J lL cal HapfMitlriis ofjLatestj trIt t and j AH Aitott Y tIfFrled and Acqualittaiictft V J j it1acy gIriU 0 a1it Jt tC W 1 i4 rrBuy jrouf iwit jtfs aid you- gar l tJoepi 4 Shadsr2- 5r m 1awss barre1sor as1 r h tflOjwftImr t JfnL Ii Iit 2 101te soda walfr not milk dilutedt s rYtjritB ahsyedl ice at IfJbseph A 8ha3 fi Why riot save JO per cent To fo83BfXjotiri groceries from U WHigan s Want 5 barrels uItry ipr tbUni x gard1hibfcot tO t Hai D r WiLO itryproduce of iILkIa t a hvif preferred r n w Hgan- k In bsijMfi tpstayf dont want to retire tjbojounjg o Im going xmkM1 wU o f 1 g Jn FOR SALtnlO good ewe and about 25000 good pavement brick W P MONTGOMERY JPicklingl season is now here and we put ourr vInegar against aay in tbe marketT 20 to 40 ets per gallon 0 W Hagan Eat wbifcyou can canwiiat ottCahtuW ehve Jhe cans rlaas oiuiyaize aW HAGAN Anything you want to sell takefjtJ to 0 WJEIagaxi and POny t iuJYou want Jo buy go to 0 W Hgansfor itstbereS LdT A wbate pique baby cloak between SpringtieU I and Pleasant Grove Finder please reutoMrs B D Lake- Sprthgfi e1d gntfprget tbecp tty court dy dintfer At Opera House build nextMondayt For the bene fit of the church Quly 25 cents tora good dinner v Why4s itthat 1 cap guarantee verj article that leaves thy tbre Because I4handlG the best The best JIs always the cheapest Hagany v1y stock sjc mplejal and my pricet re rfght palt and con yipc ypurselfI it costs you noLhI lug and a5pleasureto me II 01 W Hagan Tbcnadiesofthe Presbyterian church will serve ipnerotf county court day of this month roomjOperadinner lor a quarter Can aned the new laundry agent lot Coxe Photograph gallery Laundry collected on Mondays and returned on Pridtfy nights The little fiustleriJ t jJAMES A COX Miss McClellan nas returned from her several eoks trip at tending Milliney openings and gathering the new ideas of fall and winter fashions and is now prpared tp shpwand talk the Correct wear at Man telds f fhdThe public sale of the far in and personal propertyuf Ct D Isham on the 16th was largely attended Tiwi farm kuown as the Joseph Warner placo was sold to SllM OAmpbel 11t 78Operaere iivei stock and forming impliements sold high t 0j f F ySnso a young negro a1out town wits axes ed yesterday arid locked up on th charge of p4It arc4nv He was diiicoverecl sportlnji a new hat attd pair f pants tajten irpni the store of ounnlngh1m Dnncfln which had pot been ipaid for DrSatn Cm ei and Miss Nettie Yates both jpbgular young people cf the county were married last Friday at the home ol Mrs K Mtrks QY Rev GlA Strickland Tvie bride iisadaugh tterof Ar Yates a pro minenv farmer of the county while till grboniiVa rTslngVoubg phys lan H0tJJohn W Liewis of this jS tcie qas jalcen the btJialf of the stumpit1j and will be given a list fHI pciin ments He spbke Mondax at Columbial before a larffiind UllitksCr9Wd Mr Loui ab1 eountedontft1lo1 fo iwi jia tlM thickes of the fia wntt nit ueryice aril noMd lby ryr TOPICS i wcw caPi1IMackville wasr sola at Mrs Mayas sale Tuesday and brought isIINSisI Hon William Roger Lexington wIn address the C1EoYhfJ onlattheest of the DemocraticT State ticket J Hoit J 0 apeight Republi can nominee foy Secretary of Stat wilLbe here on Satuidav Octobet 3rdto address the citizens of W SiDgton county on the political issues of the day Misa foargaret Pagan afrl spending the past five seasons as head trimmer in New Aiba- iydjieon hs accepted a position with Mrs T G Maps ffeldand wii bo gladt to have herifriends call dither for fall railli i nery John Neal 8 cdTored man in the emp1bY of Thos lv SimmF dropped dead on last Saturday evening while sittingon the steps at Jarboe CampbeHs mill The deceased was a pood1 hard working man Heraoifrhafire of the lungs was becaUse of his death LOST j On August 26 ir yeql froni Cnmstocks bnicherin lot a red heifer weighingi about 8OOS pounds nBtrdor any infor matipn leading to itS recovery W M Bond Co Springfield Ky Mr ujojjn Y Mayes desires it known thaie has sold hisfurni ture business to Walter E LeachmRn to whom he respect fully commends airwho nee t aovthing in that line Mr Maye wishes it understood how- everiIat he will still continue infj the undertakidg business arid solicitslacontinuance i of ypur patronage The public sale of the farm known as the Cochran farm near Mackvllle belonging itto Mrs Susan C Mayes took place t Tuesday with a big crowd in at tendance Mr SIM Campbell the auctioneer re p or t s bidi ding lively The farm which cQntains176 acreswaa sold to MrH B powell ot 41810 per I acre Live stock and grain and feed sold high Corn brought 275 per barrel Some horses belonging to itt L Cochran sold well A yearling colt brought ti150installion 117 a suckling colt 91 and 200 was refused for t ttiriaro Fine Washington County Farm For Sale The farm known as the 3am MOntgomery farm lying on the Beech Fork 2 miles from Texas and 6 miles from Springflold and now belonging to the heirs IcSamuel Turner f This farm is well located abut ip1i1e from goodjpike contains I about 280 acres ot land 75 acresi in cultivation 50 acres of first class timber and the remainder iin grass r It has a conifdrtablcl dwelling house of6 rooms and is wellsup plied withnever allingvaterC lerms reasonable For further irlforD tion applyto Searcy Neikirk r Real Estate Agents tf Springfleia Ky NotlccTO Taxpayers AH taxpayers of tasninjyiou county are hereby noUfied that taxec for the year 1903 r re now Jue and prompt sottlemenr of ama Is requested Alsoall per sons owing back taxes will ta ndjbice that if same are not seteI tied at onqf they will be pro Deeded against by Jaw r BYRON CROAKS Sheriff of Washington County tf i LavKdry Trust To one and to all Prom now m Laundry is to be strictly cash 10 distinctions madeA The trust aely formed forces all local gents to pay cash Therefore e must have the cash i Come jrepared Wood Campbell Ii HaraeyWelisR Locall Agents Springfield Ky UJfIlId SALaha meat hwMIn salvo In 19 worf AA THEKINDOFFRAME To tbe used is very much isitnporjset properly on the hose and at the right distance from the Eyes That the lenses be per fectly centered and bOW are you to know when some one Iis guessing WE NEVER guess Glasses Right GoedS1htI CFJ RUSSELL Main St SpripgfieidKy FBCNALI- Mr Lsonard BaJ ier was in B rdstown Sunday tterdingtbf3i WJ EL achman has returned from a trip to Hot Springs Miss Margaret McCpord has gone Louisville to enter school Mr and Mrs T S Mayes left yesterday to attend theState Fair Mr4 S H Bishbps in Indianapolis last week OIL busi sJne Mrs Leo Haydon is visiting her parents aiT Cox Creek tiiiis week I Rev W MtaJ11ings was here Sunday and Monday from Marksbury Mrs Al E Shultz ii4inioomi field this week the gi est of Mrs S M Karrick f Miss Mary Lewis uias gone to Louisvnleo takes al course at Miss yemples choqL lyessrs Orion McKay JJi Ugh Marshall and Albert Noo of Bardstown were here last Sat urday r Luther A Burns is taking in the State Fair at 0 wetisbo p this week Luther started Snnr openingatrn Louisville mtchnproved- n Health after having success iullyuisde rgone a so ero opera ion fora throat trouble- Mr her G McElroy has accepted bis old position as look keeper forXEobertson Bros in the place of Will D McElroy who hasretgnecgointo the gro cery businessS Dr Sidney M Green who hrsj had a very serious lime with a pistol wound in his Jefir where he accidentally shot himself wjjile at Pineville is able tobut on orutchesr The condition of Mr XM Durrett who has been ill several weeks of typhoid fever tOOK a turn for the worse last Saturday but ycsterdeyhe was decidedly better He is still in a dangerous condition although his friends nqw hope for the best Afrs R A McElroy4has returned from Oxford Ohio where she placed iu school her daughter Miss Alice The school iif one of the mOst select colleges for young women in the country and a Kentucky woman Miss McKee of Danville is the presi dent r 0 TfieCabbaae Patch Mrs Alice Hegan Rice iis to return from England in time to crown her honeymoon voyage there by witnessing Liebler Gos production ofICMrs Wiggs of the Catbage Patch at Macaueys Theatre Louisville Ky on Octobir 5th next Wh h she woo Instanf fime bv her mastorpitcp she was Miss Alice CadvclI Hogan she dedicated Lpvey Tary however to her hnbaptl Oal6 YoungRice who toquote h l OWn words taught me the seqret of p uckinsr roses rf oiiiW cabbage patch Her fitst sketches f thenow immortal Mrs W grs were written for the Authors Club of Louisville of which Mrs FJexncr who has idramatizejll Mrs Rices tories isalso a prominent member The young authoress litlc dreamed at the time that she had discovered a famous nevs realm in lilevature and createc halhum0rousfria1fpatheticfiguro the hedrtof the entire nation No snffcref of rheumatism would bl wlthoutBR CLASSES LINlkEN if they new how quisle it would rl Hcve the pain and rcdjtca the swelling Sold by Wood IK Campbell x IDpcpsIa OlIN k1 vWt you sit ilj iXiJAiViniiViiiiiYii iLiIAilAlv i iLkLijkLvlkliiljwn p wtiv W IVlvWrf WTWP 1VW HP VWVIVVIVW w I Ladies Cloaks and Suits I Its a well known fact that we are leaders Ill these liiips aid bi ir Fall fi Stock just received fully 8i St ins7this reputation Wi ferve theQ latest styles in the lat gt loths fl Jij and Coidklly intite QntcaJl early and inspect our stfick S a V itilve Us a Utile of Yourllnie iWe dont ask you to Buy i nless SaiecOnvinced that our goods are all that we claim for bemte We are daily receiving goods from fthe market where our buye t has ftj etc Its our ple sure to show j and bur aim to please 5 RORTSONBR S 1 eIHH HO- RpEbTTrST OFFICE RlKEHABT BCILBOH- ttflrraancntly located SPRINGFIELD KY iJarm for SaleI We have a number of good farms for sale at ieasopable prices All persoffs havipg real estate for sale or desiring topur chase will find it to their advan tase lo give us a call Prompt personal attention given to all business placed in our hands Searcy Neikirk Real Estate Agents Springfield Ky Office over Robertson Bros tf Farm Wan ediI wish to rent a good farm of abiut 200 acres for which lwill either pay money rent or give one half crops and stock Ref erences either bank of Spring fielld JHENRyWIIlEMAN IISpringfield Ky A Correction I desire to correct a statement made by your worthy ciorrespofc dent of Hiilsboro saying that I was jontemplating engaging in carriage painting I have ino itiv lention or desire what ever of do ing so WO Dudgeon Bloom field Kyt Corn missioners Sale Mrs Martha Snf4r ctc plffa 785 r Qpfa Terrlll d tt6 Eqqlty By Virtue ofa judgment and order of sate of the Wa blngton circuit court rendered at this May term thereQf 1003in the fibove capse I 8hAll proceed to otTer for sale at the XJourt HoUse door In Springlleld Ky ON MONDAY SEPT 28 Ifl03 at Oclock pm9 or thereabout be Ing county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of6 aud 12montbsfthe followlcg described property toWto Tvp tracts of land situated on Chap Un Rjver IWasblngtdncountlUy andtract NO 1 hUB bonuded towite- gInning ata stiar tree on said Jrne cor to Tuoker now Keelrg thence with down lineN 78 B 105 poles to ai stake thence N 110 poles to 4 stake N 71 W 108 poles to a Buckeye on a small branch near eaver Creek cor to Tucker now Keelinsf thence Southwest a straight line with said Tudker now Keolings llnej to an elm tree all north bank of said rlCtat the month of a small drain thence uto said river as it meander to the beginning supposed to Contain 79 actea more ores8 Tract No2 beginning iatva sugar tree on north baUc of ChapUx RIver cor 19 Tenill thence Norjbeast up and with said river as it xnoandrft to an oak at the mouth of a drain thence up said draiq N to said Tcrrills llrielo a dtO now comer of Owen andjrernll thence Northwest Terrills a ni Owens line to tbe beginning supposed to contain one acre more or loss Said two traclR He together nnd form one- connected body of land Fqr the purc vase pr ce tuo par obasei or purchasers wlh approved spcurity or sureties must execute bond bearing local interest from uate 01 sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidder will be required to comply with these terms THOS A MEbLBV ir C w c C For sale Bt Mansfteld aJ JOHN OGRCDATd HOUSE A Famoo Domlpllo TK U Was Long Ja Landwart In rltnin In tlie reign of Jamrvof Scot land 3fohnOGrcat xtnd Ills two broth ers iilalcolm and Gad v arrived at Caithness and bought the lands of Worse arId Duglsbyaiea the Wach at the month of cnlaiidSi th the northeastern tistremlty Of th mainland or Scotland In time thel families In creased until there wen eight honso holds of the same name They lived as neighbors in the greatest eaceand am ity each year liolding a estiva in the original house At one o tlaeaff annual gatherings the question r precedence arose ain ng the younj er members and they disputed as tq whom should sit nearest the head of the table or enter thcrooni first lThe old grandfather Jo innp QQroat of history was madei bitrator He promised to hove ault sati factoriiy set tled by the time of the nest annual meeting Accordingly juilt an elght sided house in which to hold the annual Jubilee This octag Jnal domicile was fitted with ri doqt a id a window on each side anti a iUD table in the center This arrangemepi made it pos sible1 for each family of the OQroatS to enter by bis own door nd to sit at a table which was practical y wlthout head This famous house waS long a land mqrk In Britain and Oven o this day to one of the Engilsbmans s artlng points of measurement Lauds Bind to John nyOGroatB1 signifying rom one end Of England to the o hef Sir Doyle Roe e In every account of the Irish parlb meut Sir Boyle Roche x nes in with the persistency of ling arIes bead In Mr Dicks inemorlal IIIs Irdh as well known ntctha ph ilx ancl bids fair tq share Ita Immortal y J Sure Mr Speaker srid Sir Boyle on the occasion that ias t lade him fa moua how could a man be in two place at onceunlesa e wereLI a tllill But Sir Boyle Is not mere creatQn- at legend He was a real living man a fincbluff soldlerljitgbld gentleman holding sompost at the vice regal court sitting t ra government borough anti u Wflys Voting fatbfully for the ucastleThe debate one night was on filnccureSi which C rraaiiad Indignant ly denounced and twitted by one of the opposite side on BOrne pjjrsoual in consistency inj the matter he replied hotly r Sir I am tho gunrdtyn tif my own honor To Tvhfcji Sirl Btfyjo nonily rejoined Then the gentleman himself bsgot a very pretty plnecurerAll the Year Round s I Animal and Telegraph RoIea A strange ttlngIs the effect dfelefr trlcal energy on birds asd vlld beasu saysa telegraph IhteUlunquotoon Philadelphia R cord Woodpeckers conUnuaI1ytappIgtelegraPb poles In the country you will find every where poles hon co 1ted by th6 sturdy bills of woodpeckers The birds mistake the humming sound inside too poles for the humming of insects and It is to get at these supposed insects that they make1 their perforations Bears on the other hnnd think the humming comes froth bees and they overturn tbe stones ot the poles bas in their endeavor to ctatW- olves thi bpney arc afraid1 of the sotma A twolt wont go near a elegtpb pole under any circumstanciesj tjl An Appetite r si In the family of 5ilr H1 tredwjrer lot one cxfoun states wqa BmaB boy of four who was the possejssdrof a fine rat terrier One day the flog mys itcriously disappeared and tbe child Ralph was hcavtbrokea soon afterward Mrs It govern in format dlnnti tooth r state officers tJnd their wives laiul Mnstcir Ralph was allowed to be at itbfitnbje under promise of good be ilia vidr I Things wont on smoothly till jflii meat course when a fine ronsted ii1 wasbi rIJiht1u andRalph thought piS long logt Pet Xqaoiflg to be served to the guests Hi nrQs Jo his ch ll- EOlntedut the pig nndwith teats in his voice crled0h my doggie 1 wnnt my doggIei4Good Housekeeping f Lincoln oa Srrearlar Senator Fessepden once came roarliig it President Lincoln over n question of atronage The president listened till he stdnn was over then asked You are an Episcopalian nrcpt you essendcu YesslrI Belong to that churchft I thought sb You Episcopalians all wear alike Seward is an Eplscopa SUvnton is a Presbyterian r you b ttObcnrbtm swear iThe True tan Lincoln IJeke AiYlteepumI win told hall ftones tell over in clay cwmty that looked like hen alga comlnthroUgbthe trr Farmer Thra 1iumTril bet th feller vhat told you that never seen a b klf comln tbtouth the air Farmer Reepum Then you lose Her KUS thQ roaip Rctpr In tbst ere bam itonflin troupe Ktneai City Jours rr fit 111 1 Want to get rid o it Tk4V tl11M alaria and Ague Cure WSs h litIIL45= J rI I ec I 1 FairrFF11F111S11111gS4f 4 It l J t r PORf S y Men1i Women and biI mitrJ t jAt 4Nowistlietime for thett co J buyWash t andWai tings Outing Skirts r 1i z I c We are offerlng t t r It 506 Silk Ghighainp and Silk Tiaaue1 for 35c t 1LKI I 4fic Satin Stripe Ginghams fqr 5c l J 25c Sttin Stripe Ginghams for 16e 25C Lawnand Organdres forI5c 4S f F7i 20c Iawha4id Ginghams 12120 f It 120 Slain and lace Stripe Lawnfr Be Y A nice assortmen of LadM BlSMohair Skirts Ajf1ice line of MiiilM Blue Mohiar A cordeon Plt Skirts These goods are very popularl l Y J A iJ prioesththern 1 Jt iiti Ifi 5I j c i r J v r tWe are making heavy cutini tb prce h 6 OnI dt o l E41i4r tlJ v ft15 00 suits or lO 1 7 i s J25Q Suits for 8 50 Wt i I rII1000 Suits or 675 l till 0 r 800 Suits or 5yOO J e ii VJ 500 Suits or 3OO r I IDon1 miss Svitssi 141 f 3 great many of them are meaiium weight and can be worn WINTER an1 r SUMMER arid can JJoItat HaJ r IJ their value iI b V f We SJ CN1f tye ofrrin rii tirEiSt r i I Z at redneed pridesr to make roomfr I an immense Fall and Winter SCk v r r5 We always make speciilI prices tor 44 j t t lI 1 4 rt IJ CSHBUSrt 14 1II rs Yours Very Respectfully t SJI it- CllllnllghaIll i jJii f lJ CC- S Duuoafljt t 4 t JJ JOAN St McERbYt 1i fv Af I r vfirtttfr l fiENERAL INSURANCE Affilf 1 Ov j Life Fire and TdmajIS J f f f ctJIir4Lt OFFICE O ERPEfo iIE BANK J 1 t l f l Sicr l 1i tr During Tny absencefrorrii officeW 1 qrtsby t i or George Neikirk Will attendtoariybusnsJ 4 t 1 forme 1f J frj Kentuckyk GrGf FIql f J t4 LEXINGTLJ STAKES October 6m t ith2 100000 I 20OOQ Futurity t6006 Trantylvinw E1 sengthee j lUMD t irfIrid i cj- I i Ie i j riLit l t 5000 McOfcwtt 3ic pbu 0j5 I 3 O 45oTIaiME H1f Ratison 1IIIrC1dI i Etk fiitsii N IJJa i i I c tJ rL IT 4iJIlIJ1wsUkftyr 1 1kRrI I s Jtectfl 1 11 t k =r i H dIes E 1 I 4 KAifIS I1 kLLCl- i lH J M i i t Iwr4 4c i fIJB AKQN KYt You cor- A t A4c4t W lH- i J aIs i irt te a candidate Jo 4 iNtit CommonwealthsAf l as Attomtj tud asked him if he W MM fiMt Cofl r Moqan Qllie I jMMTJMlMSa concernlns hm t ill bJMbtUMt speech at Camp ftpt us 1t tJj1ioitb Captain I asdaoc 7ot1 b YO asked me Ii r nHl tfvffyowfc fewfacts I heard l vjportkw of Mr James speech Mill ak itftd a few facts from it j kmt tuppos anyone ever con If iaiijrihing rkusly which 11 tr tod froi the baby elephant r fit aiM fr tdistrict I never see t QHMIiiM forcibly reminded Ii wWt MMt Coxsald about iiivJfeB Qw Xpvejoy in sug IPMMtef fttinf epitaph for Mr IitrtfOj toeibstone W b lCh kt1cgedastonim t c1trd u follows II Xc c tke reauiM of Olle Jainea IMC 11 LIe ki ercrytkinr exceut incize wbt1eusw bot1li tb s I Ij jkeyhole crept + f pytpiKMpns and even sonic I ji od friwkls kave been led tocj Jl iMTt that becanM off my op j liiWcHi to Seaator Goebel M j 11 uiaidacy for the Governor t iptjsI WM personallj hose lilt to kirn wichhad no fo ntt Iiioiafact BXLEDGOEBELpLjfAt eLexington onvention iill86j the commtftee reTusecij e lpo tSenator dpe ic k JMlamaawasa membetQXI the fltaU Central orState feequtive Ow ittee and ignore hjm iaT t J lifrtlnrv bftfore the report was 4l dby the courtesy of Mr as + Jjfcpcfcto i wlfO was Chairman of a eessyiUon I offered san UUlSflt to the committees 3ifpacta reiolutionl which cvare igyrtecl by Broaston and others itacii S BatorGpebeIupou jthe me 1iMeeuan honorary m4m BX tii41ibe Stateatlarge ndis 4iwC tKtLOL uMlfWoodsqn Mr W flpUkXa d others camebl nHJU pw the aisle to mef lrR p tf a aiatt the espR el was dJp aDdt right to giiri nd1I iiei 1ccnUrc vedwur l1o bthereso IV 4 on the resolution p anddemapded ar call ofr cpumties and it was adoptedI iy tbt conventipn over thei prc 14adllrt C ittees as the honorarjis her from the State JAMM CHANGES SUDDENLY J Sow you will see I was Sen t tat Goebeldl frend when be jMtitt pne while Ollie Jimes NK 11t aaSSilot ot timeservers like him 7 wefJirjingto trample him in the dust and when Goebel ha rtcaiiwd his political footing aud- ii perthey nere fawning and JJcriiging1t his ftet like a lot off sycophant when they were not worthy to unbuckle the latches of hkfShots but who would ha e Aitroyed him politically had ynabIoSz f r+ t Be tuid to the credit ot tqa- ii ii11e delegation jn that coc ssiwir4 T fer fn 1 v rJC IeNi erertItkir S ab1t H 4 liratre1 a Rcoti SN4dy Sc the disu w = = peIc to women ever Ig1bs prsor rm tierce t usiils blleiip aOW f e1 fany ia4s1triIspsT6oszleI i ssb UuItd SCaa fp if l Weaka PHJa Jp a I of WCMM ktk CI J aekiaafaircl aIi= thIr aiai o care tlt 4rb5ms ot or ooriM Pre GeIIeta DIMwI Jn tlWltl gi lt1 iIN Dr 1 f 4i IHKJhJJIIIIIIIJIir NotMi= 51s4 JS tapsthedoIkbo dvolu 4RW wtla xe1ieMwo t0 i HII 3IIkIa2 i4 rt It ventioD ifc Vdted solidly to place4 him on the ommitteesS Now because freftfsejd lQ bow IdpwH ib the fiauduleiifcl fjlice fcitideii Musip flail conyentibntaiid Surrender evjeryfhirtg fori fahich ftdiest Denjocracy has eyer siobdj a feeble attempt on the rtQf subii people afc OUifc- nhir4dedl ington had they had the rpoAer tetrrinr t make pople hinc I l Goebls personal en mr I was his friend wIonbeha4 nothing tbgtael and they were 1his enemies 1 fought him po litically ana his methods when be was allpowerful and they fawned ami ringed at his feet LErT n FRO G6ijtii- Loot at This letter wiitte fey trimsielf andsigned by QIiqH l16 iits speak for itself Your correspondent made the following copy of the cjttr sub mitted by Mr Sweem y emd it was as follows r Willtam Goebel Attorney at s Law Covitgton Ky Nby 7 1807The Hon W H Sweeney Springfield KyMy Dear Sir Your kind letter ef yesterday is received Ii jam pledged mih Senate Enr6ling Clerk ra je but if I can keeb myplftd es audstulj votelorso M a 9a sJ1ta1l4P ha OjWriljtefth e 1 giy ipg yau cedit for n y wir to fIoI YI tioto what you siy copcern7 ng the candidacy of the Hjn M G Leach man for Commissioner of Agriculture and shall bear it n mind I shpll always have a desire to serve you and your riendsalsol If you had hot done for me wqat you dldatLe aT ton I would tot have fye ie- lected to the Senate ty committee ould J 11 9PfCIon1hostile ta iff It Jjaft 1ace Qc0 mitte anq J Iiald not have been rnyUedfanamea single Dem ertic Qandidaie Ynotway 1had Dfrlend tldatean efeeted well astn self 4 January 1 every man iqflcj ein this tu city and uitplJudge soheI can repay tW service you rendered Wlel I hnDot fail you QirQ kg QQPRpliinents tp J dge FiiQli3 IwigIb GOEBEL IJjI 1Tfo JP a fuiiubars KillllRkk p t Daafjherty well kuwn tlhout Mercer and Sumner con sW Va most IiIiy owes his life 1t9 the kindness neighbor He t Tlthvlsiclaalf who pane him little if any relief when a neighborlearning of bisCJ serious condition brought him a bqt tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which credii him in leas than twentyfour hours t rmildl ymr1d1r4ZstM 1rSCtanli Cannot t6 Cured witlj Lo AL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reachtfie scat of the disease Catarrhis a blood or i disease arid in order to cure it yon must take fnternal Tcmedies flail Catarrh Pure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure isnot a bJdJ of the best physicians in this coun try for seVcralycxrsahd k a regular prescrijitlon It lIs composed of thVl best tonics known combined with the best blood puriflexsracting directlyon the mucous surfaces The perfect combinailon os the two Ingredients is what pjoduces stich wonderful results in curilp catfrrti Send for testimo nials free F J Cheney Go Pro prietorarToledo Ohio Sold by drag gists price 75 cents Halls Kacjily Pills are tee best- TIe Groat Fiiurity and The Transylvania tfbero are nb two trotting1 events that creat so much spec ulatipii arOuseSo much en thus asm bring together so maipy f greatti horses or that owners de site much to win as Ken nksFuturity and ttlo Tra 1 0s3lvaiilatter for SGOOQ By either a jiorso at onceandj1hOj1hO a promitrnbe thatnotiing give These famed events are toth offored by thoR T H B Association of Lexington Ii1M pnibecontestod during its ratiSSeting Oct Gth to I7thl wheiji 100000 will be dispeiised in folrtytwo races NT0 event that takes place apon Kentucky 50USC deserves the patronageof KehtuckyurS asth trotting meeting It has mac ihetato worldwide fame it has widened the market for U 1Stat1tfi greatest industry it rins more captyal within bordjers in ten days than any JoWe industry The meeting tiifell will surpass even Iithat of iiz hnc11be high brder of sport deminds iSemosc liberat 1iugecyraccorded tfjiB annual vjfeexibgJDPcx 1 Sale By I tI rO C J TopNotch Price Mr Tames A Shuttlevorth of Loaisvlle sold the old Duke Homestead on the Lebanon I IIj twaawj a half miles from town eteurday at public auction to Messrs W S Glore Louie and ndley Bryant of this city ibir e fancy price of SI05 peivacire ThG farm contains 31v aores nil I good land as there iisdiiL Kqr1S cky4 and while it sold tor tae rice that creridJorthokhnwingooiinvesniontJ JbutJ COU11tyIKentuck1 10375 Mr- George A l M cJ oberts bid jfor the purchasing parties The farm is oeoFthe pct iest in this or any county and ill make a lovely home Mr Glore wiU move to it on the tfirst f October Ony two years ago Mr Shuttleworth was offered 120 p er acre for the place and in Conversation with him he ttold theNewp reporter that it was gftmUqhuiolottJUn Danville News if I No Good to tile Lnt1JQid werestnlklhe mhttc lover about n p6rsoh who vlshcd to become one of the latter tenhiits Morally he Is nnnncialjy be is weal said the jrilnlster Ah wee replied the factor In that case hes a gtild enough fitter for you but no for pie And the tlatJons Were declared alT London TelPgraphi that IlnfrleclHIm JMarkley Yes did lend hlni 510 Ncwltt Well I supposQ hellpay you back some day butt you cant make him iiurrySMarkley I dont know about that The mere sight of me walking along the street Uas hod tnt effect upon him several tithes lately PhUadelphln Press SIavEI- To Morphine Frqir Doctors Orders Habit Worse Than fhe Disease Dr Miles N rvfn Cured Me When the nervous system has been shafc tefed by the use ofj deadly drujjs there is nothing la caj4iIiIes N rjnc in rcstor ing a to heallh and nonnaU ciIvty- fe t I l sq crateful for what Dr Miles Re tlat1mustsuffers as I have During the three yean 1 suffered from nervous prostraticfc I found gaveniorphineTo IiveisinIej that would give relief resist it I knew it was a terrible habit a d 1 knew of its deadly sinifiIeuse Qh the niser pf being addictedto such a ittsi t such demon Aboutthis time I happened to notice Dr Miles Restorative Nervjse advertised and ordered a bottle After using five bottles I can tuthfuI1y say I am cured f using morphine Now however much per sons may doubt It God is my witness 1 am cured This testimonial unsolicited but feelItmy duty to giyr fof the hnbf the oufferiDfIrMA1TIE PHILLIPS trescot Aifc bottieon Nervous and Heart Address Dr Miles Medical aUdiat f What4iWALTHERS PEPTONIZED I eHPORT iis and does i i It is sjmply a good hz nptr cornmdn sense food tonic nu combination of rich Port Wins and Fure Pepsin I nothing else It is nq a careall or a tnedicja fejf acute or ohronic diseases IItI dsi1ot tafe he place of the digestive topairej impoverishednerves mus cles and blood and promotes a perfect oonfdition of vigorous health It fe a alipble remedy or dyspepsia indiges i tonVaad stomach troubles generally j fo weakened vitality and impaired llvall I IS highly srecdmmended by physicians nd prescribed by them longdemonstratedj Tvp sizes 5b cts and 100 r jFor It H YDON Pharmacist nonndbut Diseases OEVELOPp INDOSTRB In This Lies Future Success of the t teI= CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDM NVTALK Kentucky Geographical Pr stton hud I Enormous IZu developed Wealth Should Enable the Stnio to Occupy a Place In tho Font- Ranks of Industriall evoiopnuentS No one in Kentucky has given niore time to all impositions Hooking to State deveiopyjieit t than has Mr Pey secI there Iscertainly ho ponmoe ablo jo review the benefits that wilt follow tho adoption of thin amenoVeut It is a pleasuro therefore to give to our readers an Interview with Miv Clarke on this very impoi tanttoplc The present Amendment should not boConCused with ct former Amcndthmt somewhat along the same lines i id which gont rned some object onaliQ features which Uie present Ametid ment is entirely free from You will understand pf course that tbeproVOQC mendnien will not iotsrXere in ajiy manner with the nresent Wtbflcl of assassing real tate and petsoniil property for Staia and County pir6ses All towu3and cities will continue as here tbfpre to pay taxes for SiJate and coifnty pur popes under the present law and the proposed Amendnettt if adoptedi will wako It posslbfo for any town or city lIt the Stale to secure an act1of the legislature prof Iding that In raising revenue foj strictly lIdeal purposes towns and Ities 6f any class may sub stitute for til e present ai valorem sys tem such licenses franchIssluad ex cise laws in subjecting rSonnllfop erty to its fair share of the expenses 6f such towns and cities as 4npy takol advantage of the Amondinciit Lwhcp adopted STiie products of a Sate are Its foundation of Wealth Wit Its Indus tries are the sinews ofls financial strength Without industries which afford markets In proximity to the products the producers arc badly handicapped and If compelled to send thEIr products to distant markets where there Is greater competition and Increased expenses as welll as numer ous losses It Is perfectly plaliu thatt the producer Riugt 8ilTer t bhuthe bthorhandj lty reason of increased dustries at home affording a market for our pro u t3 the conditions arc Immeasurably more favorable for the producer r pNow In order to secure more in dustries vhich mcan mora employes and more mouths to fcod we must encourage the establishment of new cn terprlaes and at the same time by creasing the capacity Of those already establlBhcd secure an ample home market for our home vrllctlt Ohsr Statti have centbe tlsdo1 of this policy oiiil Kentucklans Bhould not be allowed to l4g bchiihl them Our geographical position nu enorm pus undeveloped wealth should enable us to occupy a placein the front rank of ludustrlLU levelaJlIIllnt nft1tliu 1u yrg yeIrfr gnt ifo1iPQrlty r Jh mate fqi be settled ln aj great measure Uy tho adoption of lhf Q9ngtftutonnl Amendment MIlt c urct and other InduBtrles cannot bo nduCe1tO locate In Kentucky while our taleson sucjli industries are greater than in other States with which we have to com pete Theretore in order to secure the JnmcftI QUf ppitIun tnq f4ytt- ages cnUtllJ u tu We must be abl to offe the same inducements as are offered by our neighbors While the proposed Amendment wjll not Change 4n any manner the present nielboflQf Its htplfealea Itat foe State and county taxes it must pot be concluded thatlt will not greatly benefit the entire State It is confidently believed that the new law will enable the assessors to dlsdlbse vast amount of property not arpri ntlu reach of flue assessors and ir this result should follow there would be an opportunity for an imme diate nd radical re Actjon In the tax t Sd h fate lor state ana county purposes y which event taxpayer l the State woUld be directly benefltejd The main advantage yfould be inftha inducement to new lindustrles to locate In our midst new capital to seeic investment in our farms mines an rich timberlands and by thus Increasing our wealth and Impovtancej the result would ihvariably follow of a reduction ih the tax rate It Is n very simple proposition that the morp property to betaxed the lower the rte necessary- to secure the aime revenue rfA recent change in the Kentucky incorporation Taw has kept vast sumsr money lIn our State vhlch before tho change referred to jvent to other States and the numerals enterprises now beinti Incorporated in Kentucky will continue to addto Its revenue Jar all time to come and IJt anyone has been damaged any juray by the change there has been no discovery of the tact r If Kentuc1youud gam somuch bi aslmple cian e In the statutes why should she not gain a gieatdeal moceV by a change In the revenue law as proposed in the Amendment ta ba voted on In November This isa grave prbpositio and re serves the inOst Intclllgeat thought and action of our cItlMHsV todnyIGlobeSHIS SECOND THOpGHTf TIt Stage Driver Acted on It anti- Szuvei IIl1a PlleJieer Back hi the gotold lays when ncrtcsi and milroads were little known i LnkeIlug through the littkr towli J5ccom jciiis vHlageX nestle intll rullcy be twoen two grttit lIdlte pver whjch the whRosribLon otlie road wound steeply SjtUpon One ot tile rips of tthei stage the regularulrtvw whoyliad bVii nt home for somV weeks rcCO ring trom an Ill nefsj was riding InsIrtV wlte the red halreci mild featured big Uined Irish jnan acting us his substmijot occupied hc drIverH cnt upon tIiqlc The duy joiistn beautiful one and ijlie pnsuehj err were llIJo lng their tlrlu leenlY jjtheirairce 1lessened between them nul town bt Sodom with Its promised pause for irefrcshuicnL V Suddenly as ihj heavy stage luiq ibcred over the 6twv of the lull Uoh whIch the rond plujuujeOi at a sharp un gle running through the little town Ht Ha oqt and ascending the hill beyond the passengers became conscious that ther lu Qhml been recklessly in tCCAfeiU Faster and faster they wont inpldlybecoming tlI7zyillgblurreeling singe and held ttheir breath in terror 11111001 llirt atago raced down tho hilt wills ever Increasing speed into tlitItime dOOrpfRt the post offlcc without pause and out upon tW voiid lead lug up the face of tjiu hill beyond Tliero tho vvo slnokeued aId a3 the Dielhio KlHW mow steep nt last the VinoUfng horaoscume to n standstill With ono accord tIme dazed passengers turiil cd out and surrounded the driver who uuW stood nt the U9itl f his reeking Ipaders Wlian It inh WHsft UH lid JliQyKo away from youV oaiue fthe broathk s fltiestions oIWtt ivplieitP l with a set face 4tutir IbMI Itiflt11lg crliiiU before lain th4iro lay the stage tc igue drngi lng ustltssly on time ground at the hdpls of the hoffes and eompieJIy ered tram thc conclh At a htuce the regular driver cOJ11prebud d the Wean Jng of tile l1Ul5tQWhhoth Tmssen- ftfN flf tfertt stfi1lepred of Its sole moans of gullJt1n e lund beeu exposed and reall ng the miracle of their es- Cape he turned sick and fainted where he sfdod Latcr back nt the Inn yhon the ex cltcmeijt ltnl jjomowhnt subsided and frtah liurseweretteIng put to tile re paired coach Jomefbne tturned to rat and naked Pat what was your first thought when the pole dropped WelI sor he answered settling the quId more conifortribly In his cflee- kitipt urst tlm Shi W qord ha mercy on our sowls Thin thinks I to meselfi Confound a horse that cant outrun a vragon and r licked the ppor bastes all Uw way down the JiJll1 I f t I aUiERISOPERQTI1IONJ Ihe following are some curioaa Ml perstltions that are still extaat aiMc English speaking people If you kill frogs yourcowa will fo dry V 0 Tjckllng a baby frill cause the cblld to stutter 7Ia1rl To kill a ghost it must be shot with a billetmxmde of a silver cola To dream of unbroken Jrs signifies trouble tnc9m elthe eggs are broken thq trouble Is past If you boast of your g od health strike weed immediately with jour fist or you will become lit To dream of a live snake means enemies at large of a dead snake enemies dead or powerless To allow a child to look into a mir ror before It is n month old will cause It to have trouble In teething A child will have a nature and dls posltioii similar to those of the persoa who first takes it out of doors pklla deiphla Inquirer Joknseks V Jht T Ueria 31President Andrew1 Johnson had never been ashamed of his humble origin had Indeedjkoften narrated the unhappy story of histflrst job at tailoring He hat been summoned he would say to the residence ot an influsatial l citizen and iiod been bidden to mare over one of the citizens old coats for- theSni of the house Jolmson a little nervous tbrbufb es1 cesgof zeal took off his coat turned back his sleeves measured the youth- and set to work 5le was getting alon- gwellthe Jib Indeed Was nefcrlyfln islied when dinner tlIDJ came and be reached out for his coaf Inorderto put it on and go horae f To his chagrin ie discovered then that it was his own coat which be badj cut up for the boy urearlRgteExeH A Cricket club In the south of Bcotf landi wklcli has evidently lthe use of lurid language1 und3tha to the amenithhs of play the following bylaw Any membey Bwearbig to excess may beexpeHeL I have not wheh r the clubheard committee hasfyet arrived at a definI- tIon of moderate swearing The ntj tempt to find one to meet all cases IIs likely toTe4ultJin language both path ful and tree +Glasgow Times Cmrto ItT Conquered I thought nno such a dreM iully stiff neck L She has Nonseusfe Irhcre was ainaajalnt ing the sieepe of the brick cfiurcb imd she watdicd him tor halt au boar r Cleveland Plain Dealer taat Vanity PaparDcafme Mpry whatever arc you going roifdd lth1hese trunk Two foury slK twelve of them T iu ican tflj niprtithahrxic MamImaInow ft my dear but ice milsbmakei n 1deceuiSappearance on ar ri7the hotel C ru1 His WfejOKirles I do think iou bnght trf glvo mo more of jour time Her usbaadGive eu oret Wiiy you take so much of my time that I couldnt be second in a duelHnr- pcr8Bahrj iA Baar Day f Ebenezcr dear cried the wIfe of rlthI1helkindly Ild capitalist as he 1Jlou bed vpt grimed gold dust an i his back bocd by heavy and laborious calculation hurry now ffnd vnter theStock mid then coiieindermind weijsit1 down coziiyand cut cfou vo sIAnd glad I will Ito tp rest sighed lIe yPvp been hcaiug lambs eli day Dum thlp life Itodgast It anyway I got half a notiOn to sell out and wove away rjn tbli tlred put Ah life is a bard jlroblem Rescued from Suffering iDeath bv r rH J iB- INES t y Celery Compound THE GREAT HEDICINE i 1MR FRED BROWN AP s I PeiarCNluskrirA- ltar tIN Us i Pillss Cekq Cud- JJikmNew tike lest1f MLr ft1 physanaseEdwtrd aJIJ o1ogpmactieu ddose urienticsdij gave to mfering and diseased then Mrilwoai vKaf marvclotis life Airing prescnpe witH sac convjctiph and pcsitivc Jcnowfedge thattiti l d Specujiar virtues ar d ample poweisto ooro VThousands oIt e sT ongcM tcstiinouiiItei- thk pest known nd most rcliabfe men and women of our coi intryiul r sustain the tlaim mad liy Dr Phelps regarding his Jncoraptr CompoundO proofs furnisbedr Cons recently from at gentleman widely knotra in tha ital city W the Dominion of Capida V re er t6Mrt Alfred Prown OCinmior St Ottawa Ont Mr Browns 1eret 1 pl1 est andj ial standing as well sawith bOfWcalihl MrJ Drown saysjf jl ackntrwleuce jIb tBankmlnessI arid pleasure the facti ilisti have been cufed of veij painful illness pf eight years standing by use of TaiaeV Celery Compound had durlngtbc years of my illness tried almb t all the adveittsed ediciais without deriving any good results T was also treated by several of the best doctor4 of this city hoping tp find that oAe of them at least would understand my cue UI s getting Worse and was told I w incurable I was indeed m a critical conk lion I cohldot go from the homse a1O- MasrW3s liable sudden collapse I tried hospital treatment but no relief qi good renks icame to me 1 could not sleep anything that I ate increased fny gonies I was extKmely weak rpsties tired and despondent was I qblteedlb walk about with my hands prosed firmly hton lft side to ease ray pwc ny feet and liand were cold ebntimitllj 4 inclination to vomit had profuse ceJd sweats quick breatHindatid would be Vacated with pain for hours at a lime 1rAftqT the tegular use of Pwaes Celery Compound fort time IABI now in best of health hive g dappetite and CM ueaayk- ind of food Thank God Iiau fayoWMIIf- once more ail through the use pft PatsCdery Compo 4dK 4I lAMJJ bave been the ktaadard home dyes irft1 Clty dying buTetn ItlU 4t fpres Today thoplrUl tIa tn MI jJile ciaB tI3H for Dlri ek- tttdZedaaletfre Ye1taTe ipfefet deputDteathlh wtt alawer 2t4uUo OlIfttll 4 pleOJOOdiI1 9 Dz8s ouVs I- 41 5LitJrr trJ s1mMti FOOdaXidfle- tPrbmoes iesHoriCauM- fweSN5COt nI- ioco IWMiKia- LNorNAltCQTIC 1iS er- wocmscoNgIFeiaI fleas NlJLO OT SUP IcIe 5re t- w 2Kta LXAT COPY Of WIUPFfL l r v 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