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T TLUtt iJYVLf f w IJUSPRINGFIELD W4SB3TNGTON COUNTY KENTUtl tJtt i1 i POWDERS j MSoliiteiy Pui lwMtLtgrettIeaveidngtrengtI I ted IwdUfcf slrMdSf AwnreBtbofooaagalBSt t talos Ki mil forms of adulteration cem t 0s to bs cprbtndll EOTALBVK OTO POWDER U02TEWT YORK LtNeticeslO ceats per Jr I MftHrUeJnt iiwerilon mad 5 eents for FLntt1ont11g anll poUtiulanllilrr11 pMIf Jfc Work l doBeat lowratos bktf cash Mtwt be viH iiliyar0i icoods c1Advs1r4f i frMitrvcts mido on liberal vrws y f f OMtvurtM aM resolutions of respect 3 petIiu4+ AXJfGti fiXSaaty 3uaglstratei 2i Ctyc 509- ii J0t TMcHto RIIDEN1r BerVices every ji 8pm Sanday Meetia Wed fCHURCH L onTEETH Ol1 aAN CHURCtf in and p m Pr yjr Meet idaynigbt LIC ClfURCH- lfi Petr ServlceievPry- L e oclock a IT Benjce unI SL T 7 RT12RNitL ORDER t lodge No 50 L16HMLeDoflpringficld me tJI iJ WiehIijta HQ chapter NeT met y Tcely t f 1 Id CouocU No 52 e e ts every kwtMo1dal1 4 EflN s or WepMete ev Fyecoad r wd tartk l4s4y 14 each month 5reiH7Ic AcAgcMeeever3 i IiEp1aaIi7eOf r echoot o 1 fJ = I f C XJHTV PTRECT ctwCutTCOnIT Ctxcit ot bene en the foarth loa 1aebnlIry 1 y and October Cf1ud e ri yf K wsy G ramonWeaithAttorney f 4 VX CpN1I Qltl11c T WSI l COURTULuAflY JtTlyijeurt is held On the third on t j VaaryAvd1t olf and October TackW mQpoeude3 tf isr 1 WHT oeWT foirtbMoac1it1rCotrt ieefltb i yiik4 th nde- v W P KdcfcMr Coaaty Clorfc t1 4kTktertiCOLfltV Attornoyi ur Wit nJI B 1tri Xatr Dapiitlan 7aiOllYoorco ty Surveyor WD rp AssCSOr tAXue Pwy SWTcXlrny county TreMwrs r at JTcNoPqlice1Udge SS 4iHtttNtircIlL PSQTSP ti vfoUn Grace karsail J1 WoRe s cityJlttoniey t i 1 1 dutLo OOUflT ftEZ courti arablld ill auoary April J aIad Oetbei J 4 J4any lives ixave been sad by the I = tlulyuee QtDtDc118 Pi peliir Honey 4i WheN e14 cps pOy u oracongh y Nt racks j li tito BO re nedy Is 0tJi clxtIdreiiwIt iiet sufetvaad Iftwire t to 4 I t fi 1W M Inbbne a e1c1 or just ft I t eil5forg with Dr Bett 71 Itty 1fr fIftlnUy- I yemeytkISMMIwtll 4op the prp RjfnaKhtbeeolUuf piDfto the pli k t Y H t Grip fl io prob4y DfllllliI I i Jjbk t7a HOS- J b i 1 LJ tODD8AND ENDS OF GOSSIP IT TEE DISPATCH Considerable 1 local interest has been maul fested in the coming put of the new free silver daily The Dispatch to be published at LouisVille Agents have canvassed this county in the interest of the new paper and itis said that a considerable amount of stock in the new company has been taken among the free silver people in this vicinity The other Louisville dailies very naturally are not devoting any great amount of space to an nO ncements to the coming of the new paper but from the StaiJTruth yt learn that the paper mUposiiivelymakes its appearance on or before the 20th of this month The StarTruth says The Dispatch perfecting press ljas been installed and is running order and it has a ca pacity of 1000 eight page papers per hour A carload of the best white paffer is on hand ready for thb press and orders have been placed for A years supply of paper The new type setting machines are on Ibhe oad from N6w Y6rk coming as fast bithemthis week and will be immediate readyIorized from the editorial depart ment the pressroom Agents for the IDispatch have been appointed throughout SQuthern Indiana and in every countyin this state and their orders are pouring by eyery mail for thousands ofcopies of the paper to begin wiWthefirst iissue It is no exaggerAtion thattosay tIl0II Dispatch will start off with the circulation of any news in Louisvillelargo WEST FULXAWrit THE1 the Louisville Post has discovered a remarkable family in that of George West of this county who lives on part of the Walls farm about three from town A picture is milesI fished sliowing iifteen mombars ol the family which is a remark able one in many respects Not only is the family a largo one remarkablQ for wonderful phys ical vigor but every member fif teeqi in number plays well upon some musi al instrument and thus there is a splendid orches tra made JlPl of the members of one family It is a common thing for them to give little in forma concerts for the enter tainment of theit frjends and heir own pleasure and these occasions are always pleasant ones The eldest of the children isa talk handsome maiiof thirty three years who plays the violin with great ability and the young est is a little miss of just seven summer who has already learn dto play the organ with re aakable sl ilL George West is ktheresL and throughout- the curitxas a good citizen and hard workbgman His twelve children all Jved at home until recently when some have mar ried and found homes for them selves x JJzrLoThoWashingtonT1 pan r which is composed en tirely of home stockholders is preparing to extend its linesf and consequently its usefulness Tho company was first organized for iiepurpose of affording a tele phone connection with Tatham Springs A line was built last summer and the guests at the springs found it a great conven ienoe business men from Louisville and other places being af forded an opportunity of daily communication With their homes It isHOW proposed to extend the line to Lebanon The iline will run into the exchange at that place thus affording a connection with all other telephones in that town which is something which oaanotbebbtaui d thfoagh theLI pro1il at this place and quite a num ber of business houses about town will put in instruments and the merry tinling and the busy hello will be heard on every hand CEWIShe following signifi p ared in a Wash ington dispatch recently It was said in Kentucky circles to day that exCongressman Lewis will capture the internal revenue collectorship ot the Louisville district and that the case will be taken up by the President immediately after the adjourn ment of the Kentucky Legislature Mr Lewis was a strong McKinley man before the St Louis convention He is said to stand in with Mark Hanna Lithe meantime Mr Lewis is staying quietly at home attending to his law business He has friends however who realize that he deserves something from the administration and who are interesting themselves in his be half and heres hoping thatthey may be successful ofII HE PLAY The plays the the thing or nt least 50 a peat many of the young people out town seem to think to juiige from the war they are taking to It Rehearsals have been going on for some time ntj1andafter Lent several plays will be produced VEsmeralda will be put onthe boltrda by the Spring field Histrionic vlub and if every thingturns out satisfactorilyi the company proposesto take a lim ited tour to the neighboring tows Tho funds thus realized will be used by the young people for the purpose of treafinChorn- selves to a trip to Mammoth Cave If asked the question Havo you got a gellerallprinl ofIthan an ordinary stomach in Other words you have got a diseased stomacn The stomach is a powerful muscle and tho proper remedy for a tired muscle is rest Try tho Shaker Digestive Cordial for this productHot only cqutaius diges ted food which will nourish the system withoul any work on tho part ot the d te- aSed orgailH but it aids the digcstioh of other foods as vfell You can test its value IDCIA for the trlfli g Urn of Ifl cents Sample bottles at this prico ate carried by all draggi ts Reflection 011 Man If you give a ba1dheadedrnan a ffair sboiv he will always be found well up in front The rain who clajms to hive no memory may bo cured by lending small sums to his friends A mitn may be as honest as the day is Isng and still da great deal of mischief during the night When a mun finds his clothcc aro too loose ho should either change tailors or boarding houses The man who is a little sdfiak displays more horse sense than the taan who is too generous cioth38 may not mako the man but it is useless to create a distur bance by going around withput them No man caa be absolutely per fect not even a perfect chump but some of them are very near it Whena man tells you he likes to work you may not say so to iiia face but you think he is a liar just the8amOEX t Two veara a j RJ vUrron a drug gist at Pleasant Brook liY bought a small supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy ho RUinS up the result as fol lows i4At that time tho gonds were un known in this section todav ftbatnbcr lains Cough Remedy is a household wordsIt is tho Bamo In hundreds of communities Wborevor tub gOQd qual Hies of Ohairiberlalns Cough Romody become known tbo people Wilt have nothjn plse For sale by Haydon Robortsopv ALlfefor5Ocp- eopleMany bava boon cured of Kid coy dlspaseJ bY taking Ij 50c bottle or FQ leys Kiduey Cure For sale by Hay dot Robertson LaX ttl the hstaedIc1flo for J jPeexreooakJa IIM ec0 ts YOUR IKTELLIGEXGE Your intelligence Is questioned by the d 1IgJ1t t who tries to Influence you jto let him bottle anything for you when you ask hjm for Dr Bells PinoTar Honey No drugKist can pnt this up for you hecannot put up anything like it Jt is not to be had In bulkIt is to be badonly In 21k SOc audl bottles There Js nothing tjJustas good M Dr Bells PfneTar Honey Avoid those aubatl tut cs v lib irila sonndtnjt names When you buy DrBells PinoTsrHonej see that the bottlo has nbverbeen opened and that it bears the picture and testlj inonv of Good Old Oranny Meicalfo aId tho iamo of the E Sutherland Mediclno Company Fountain Park Paducah Ky WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock ood9r grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this column TKEB or cniBG Farmers are requested to send In stock or crop items fox publication Two good big bay farm horses for sale Apply to JOHN W KELLY TANTEnA cheap young stallion W H RYAN a SON Springfield Ky Ibaveot9ogoodsfockhogs for sate Just right for feeders H S LITSSY ttt-B B Leachman is standing thla season at f8 to insure Dr Palmer andharnessi tStt- With xfertility which washes away from many a barn yard and that which washed into the fields and iiroojcaAvory season it1is small won der that same farmera can not make both endo meet The candle is burning at both ends t t t There Iis no reason why farm en should continue to breed The class ol fowls they do when a sitting of eggs from pure bred fowls can be had so cheaply or when a cockerel can be boughtfor150 to 82 that will im prove 500 to IfOOO chicks in year and increase the valueat least 10 per cent 1 i W11It is not bettjto milk a cpw too close to the period ofjcalving She should be allowed to go diyforsb weeks at i8tr as she should not be taxed to prqduoe miJk during the last fioV weekfi It must be the dqty of the faru ers to feed such Cows very caro Iffulyaa milk Xovor may result if they are mad vqry fat t t Ah inch of rain may appear as avery Insignificant quantity but It means over 17000000 gallons of water on every square mile The plants pump a largo quantity and give it off to the air and tnuoir Is evaporated fromtbel service It requires but a few inches of rain to produce crops if it could be retained in thoaoilSt A writer intbe Farmers Home timesIl late years and netyears prices will pristine1gIOrybreederI for his supply the dealer raiser the consumer looks to the dealer 86 breeders of mulesf you are toe starting points and unless you breed there can bo no supply But in order to got mules you must have jecks So the signs of the times say go the host jacks and breed your best mares to thorn and you will by the time you getjthe colts be ready to reap arich harvest j 1t It is astonishing what high prices art sometimes paid by persona who have a mania for having the name of having the very best stock and seed Only a short time ago 84000 was paid for a hog In Vermonta ram sold fort 1000 a herd of Angora goats sold at an average of 1100 f A Californian patti 260 for a rooster A New York man paid 91500 for a aetterIdog A Maltesecat breeder who breeds for fur paid 8500 for a cat Horses have been known to sell for one Jiundred- thousanddollars A Waukegan man paid e500 fQr a bushel of seed cord because It ripened forty days earlier than any other variety These are just a few of the higg price articlns and yet we wonder why times are so hard I ztThe common cow pea Is one of the very best crops that a farmer caa grow At it ha1no superior for a feed both for cattle and hogs andbe sides it Is ona bf the very best fer tilizers for poor ground that a farmer can have The p eas can either be sown broadcast or drilled whouripe the vines are mowed the same as hay and then the hogs turned gin and will fatten rapidly upon the shattered peas whilst there will be plenty Mf im tbf hay to fatten tM e We lii M1eirwatapM UMIIi Jt M I r f Jtcii plaw con tb lat tIma to thefe WUMM dcHtthe peas will firapidly After gathering corn tub stock 1n HpoH them and what Tinea they do JfOt eatj turn under for fortUt zing HLtIFfi4O1tl- ifl t a bottle or oomEaoa water glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a tfuaetor settling indicates a diseased condition Of the kidneys Wbon urine stauis Uses it is positive e videncjeof kidney trouble Too frcouont dcsij e to urinate or pain inthe back is also convincing proof that tLO kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There isooufciVt tn the knowledge roof ton expressed tw4zjz Kfliners avainpRodt the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish relieving pain in the back kidnerr liyer bladdeijand every part of the urinary paz sages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing It or ad effects following use of liquor wlno or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity jimesdurlngthepxtraordiflarr effect SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derfal cures of tie most distressingi cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and on doUar For a sample vbottle and pamphlet bothsentfrcoby mal mention NEWS tEAiigB and send your full pos of flee address to Dr Kilmer t Co lUng hamton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee tnn conuinonpss ol this offer- GtRRESPJNDENGL MOORESVILtE from Our SpecLtl Correspondent Hog cholera has made its ap pearance ux our midst Several have lostfewhogs Was Fannie Rose returned libm last Monday John A JJoblett is improving slowly t And still it fai ujtrmersare getting way behind but viry httl oatssown yet and no garden made or corn planted I but hope it iiall for the best Miss Bishop of Lexington who has been visiting relatives here re turned pome last Saturday Byroo Oroake will ship a arload ofhgsfrom Booker this week- Miss Lizzie Halfley died last week and was buried 11D the New Salem cemetery near Samuels Depot Mr Dudl t Shehn bought of Mr Sam Uorte yt his farm contamI Ill1dInero wrIghts Crock fishing last Satur day but few fish Mere caaght Miss Mallic is toachit g a spring school irith fifteen pupils iakttends anceSMessrs J N Bodine anl Ed Moore each gave tthe yxwng folia a dance last week Mr Jas Iiays4 Jrj rpL Maple Hill visitodut Maud last Satui day Dr J JN Shehan and wife of Maud visited at Loretto last sat- urday t v Mr Sirert of West Virginia was in our mUst last week solicit ing orders for a Tenaesaaraery Your correspondent visited Fred erickstown last Satardajj feisa d business ood A new betalia see to be erected The ereka 4a seemed busy arfdas it was illday quite a good crowdwas in5 ttwm Sorry to note MM Col Cutaiiftr U no better Miss Ora Troutman ct Boolrtt visited Misses Myrtle and Delia Virgin ol Maud last SatardayaHd Sunday 1V Ob l I heard of Or Bells Pine Tar Honey and seem gmaiIy recommendations from diflerout persons of its wonderful valu able moritaj I thought f would try alrnt tie I have been seriously affected for twentyUye yflars With a cough and pains in mySide and breast that were causing me a miserable life I spcflt hundreds Of dollars with Joetors ami for mo4icone buoytk1Exfshl Jeduu I found this wonderfal ndy ItbMts the world and JIM vi m7 ljti4 IM eommi4i DtJWl Tar Isuorto evfl body with wlc laitg H J Kreat aacas JlWllNMlf Qini bIsr- r SS t The W L Weei1- T1 f1 Chareb fil1ISIIII 8too val8l CIIlUbWLRI cokmHId dote iot hniiatrn lo su 6Jlnr lafQosa SXLQ14M tWJt Ms sub atieaernse w- hglvIri ud- I F w ta1 r 1qt rere ftwOri has bee tfetin Cha Diarrhoeas i relieve J a Ilix yoisedrieDlanhoe oral years R41Pll- eme lover used for tSkU MAdKVJLLI s SProm Our- Special CorrespwtMt Dr John rtoves rettzraej fro Louisville Smturdty Miss Guit Hacking of WilUebur g attended chRrckker l lt Say AndreiirJSJcFatridKex si ter- 4lrg NtBmie Wjllh m wire Til t ing relative iis Hftrrodtftarjf l lt S ndayMoa4ayS L Q Peter of the rereiiie ser vice Iptt tit Smiday at itcwc wiTh Jiilfmi1y William Busbbj was jim Ioiville Jut we bwitk toWc lad r p rutfie market Yiry dill J B Peter boa jkt oF Parii Peter a lot offat shoats iseatsMiss May priffiH hag fettriied to her horatiirt Lexington after is tended T wit k ere witk her JUlcJeO A BrtckpB v We have three nilliners iiarc and th1a41ercan beittedsp With tICeiaost stylish otJttdgu- rS Peiuaree iis prepari f to leave his dwelling remodeled whick will add mich to the appearance ag well as an iiffiprovemjimt tt6- he tpwji 4V Tho vOte to be taken for the pot ofiice keJe ku bsea pottWeA ia- til May15 Artertaiat wille IIYMI at the college Friday Bickt V til kbatiif dab WbiCkwil1t of reciutipnsi reading iMttThe public is cordially IiTii ed td attend JBPeterk Go We beewai gaginxearly8fni jl ib at5ie UrsA Iveea reeMeg ai JW Henry st Alxm ill mlRBfML wills MMeriMMi matlsm for over I1ht BH tiT fcwdee tored for It M ry Ui wboie ftkiii Uw i using VarkMW rem 4i 6 raeOe4d- by friends lad was ty Uybj siclass bstreeMvd JelMl VliedOM andMIl bottiQ oc C lams irwa Balm whick eflRscUd a cern pleiettu Thta te p blfeed atlter i+ qtiMt M alMWMta btiiftn JlIMiTaf1- Uct d9kw wMi e jdh r na- nd 50 oOBtafMB forMMby HkyAm ja ItuberUeii iv lralley t Tke ooaUii d rtiBaoci pi Mr Bradley rttftttkm Are no4 wtWlotd1lOlM foetidalki ii ttGOY Bradley Is a rno t bitlerijr disappointed man Jotautyears he warn tbe Mainstay ad backbone oftile Bepbileejii party lia Ki tckT C uvas after cwrYaa be fttUjBpcd tJaJ State aioM aad aluwstnoaitlwi At list owing partly to a grat political lapbeftfal JiA4l JUt to Democratic iremclieryi be iwoka to find himself Goverjapr of Ken ttt ky H s drMai of ambHka wa litM aabei ad bltrNM tf Uae Nuts of diufpoirt 4- hawki iiMr PtMff Jiilln sprauf up toooat4Mii ibtt kM rJskip lit ki J at BriOMabMe b hor4 aid tW fight Whiek diJlthe Republican prty in Ken tucky iMf o Vd7t if ROhl thi w p lb1e JlWJteputk Jiea party ia ilaa mofm cbmd tiott tkaa k Dfmperac Tb HuBttif mt ao4 the B radUy nan ae pittIab liaas otbrs twafimrab- lEcles sd riaa aprtt- igupliktbi iaibisitkot UaStUIbt IQ as Ida of aU b1i Oop o Brdlaj sass himalf aborn ol1d 1Ja H assiat yefl rawsed his tILl eh 1ssparniab- lab ttIae MataLstrM rasadoqi D3eri f atrea 11 aT M 1lmCJ We WatotifI in ths dust bits fjrerk Raaua or destructioz awaits hi Broken in politica fortunes h seclWHh il beaitli torn from his bigb estau aa leader hounded and tiairlec a eST tara by reLentless eae I 1 i jfo smalll objection whrng foU r W to the 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Dr Pne1ar HnlY MnsnflrP tied lHXViha th air page It la M toms It atrtnn- khn wk hTnp IthoHdll op the 1lll Uaea It oiuible the blood to receive tfSrop r supply fOXOflSCai4 Swponoy U S A San Die aMt ystHlJofi1 Catiorrfi ftcmfd t It s tb flrrt rtdicine 1 bays e yer thMwl4drnanY Ye r rs We aVtrati44brized to announce Tau ire H Haandeni a candidate for the oflk of Cooniy llnterHMntof Common flehoob of Waelilngtoa county subjfeet Isthe tit1o the yoUraflfJtbe oottkty ad OKIMB nifamt of ail paii t TOKJarr of tks LOaII rile 1 has s kMek of iWi if r l 1wtk subset whir ooc- diesraads MkNi in Very forcible lea gyr The following rewairks tbeu 1is th alai d rieeslifioI the poioi The Wb1iJalatai ika t n pfkt jootirp s040 ta4 the ibrt otjNbp V tjr kr fcirW th tr ftitMtkm tilt t4 IAr r ra mild rte 4eeWi TlrtMU a MM fthftll plMt awl 1WW v it iMkJl mtiliisi i ill farm Per baji tell tXMeliot1of the domai- of tiiiM modern kluklix will i mwtthM toe slMiperiici 6p wci e o el ihs people of Ken tuck 7 Ay Jottft M toes regulators oar xied oa their war Iwisfc tu pikec hwu thought that owiersj- fT of olhec property cold afford to titac Whirs nWer w ae a gysMerrriot UMA this Prop rtwill Mad or fall1 togetk er Anest1 Jfcriai sot puaiiljed5 cri wm will baMrielrpar1t Itt not Moveerroai tbe turnPiks into he tobejcco J ids it Will ooa RO on io iMwrm briraingatd to horse r 4 linf ivftd to the destruction ti AlIYMdt front the lawless district tke yerj ClMr of Ke ti dkyj r UM renribetet of the f rd a1 spot of H State from tliat hieeeei i kxi iiadretriois men stt Rtla are It4o ing warned to 4oM by UM regulator The h tt Is cite jtyH of shake and h yii wry Kenfcickian 1 wW iieat derthll stigma t partake of the crts e JThis hHfleaMiiss Must be staff oo r oak Tbe guilty men mast oe kaffiiown They are the arch eaeaiies acd djfier lawless Men will Mite with them If they go MBCwpiMMa they willl each day bteoae strbn er and beatbrNt iota State Soraethior mist tNdo ra aeA be doa qUlcdraadj J M LOGeaa to carry terror into tUMunp of tliw KluklHX Klaos otk Oetttral Kevtocky Bitter r UMM tint BiHI be sii laUcir yMwtl7dMritwltht or intwl jtoaihsL we wiUliaTe anarchy all cflrec toe State and we hew rfimjfI else If 1itr Jit1Ie UM enema story to i1 least the Mnatorial contt t has bees goi oIa at sllflBkftNrv for the poet thee ir Ns 1id the Mi seems as far ajpjvtirtjt Dr Busier has s alMd m vote more butt is still S wf9M short oi an ejection i from the present otlook t s sIt ary Yotec are as am ff0 lrr1a1 br to the coveted pr- haadred wontdl be tieiisttilatwillt i dlr by tl sitt of Qpfc- iet6 to the effeec Unit Aat In JokA 9 WUMp bidsad Aft 1K MrMe1R 01 7 r i d m i ach a t all unlswt n1 accuses him of he ainly be stamped as c ie case is still before the Grifnd Jury and the public is auxtotttly awaiting the result of inrNitiRathon If indictments area returned against Hunter and ilson itis thought that t J raers chances for an election willabe gone a glimmering If CHfti the other hand the charges are proven untrue and a scheme deTttops into an tact of hers e cutioB it will probably assure HmmUrfcyictdrj THE tollgate raiders should be tvritd loofte on the Le slat nissan s assirb mml w avomethlng is done pretty tgh State about 75000 to try to ee a United States Senator All of this expense maybe laid up the sentatonal contest for no other important legislation has resulted from either this or last Beats session It has been prerlsj ent Legislature assembled and nut K inglti bill has peen sign by the Governor The senator jal contest is such shape that it eons drag on for several weeks unless something unexpected happens anduntil it is settled theta will not be much legisld lion Fort thp purpose of bringingi bimetalism to the attention coumitTcial nations President MdKinley bas spRoint a mono tary commission composedi of Senator Wolcott a silver Re publican ex vice Pres2ent Stevensan a silver Democrat and Charles J Payne a Republican It5 Mid that t administrations policy isto lia l tain tibia existing gold standard until bimetalism can be est ab lialti by international agree ment TBJC flood situation in the sissippi valley continues dis trussing The strain open the levee below Vicksburg is great sad the situation is critical The liittwuri river is at flood stage from Grand Forks to Kansas Qity Warning of an oFerfl has been given at the last named city North and Eat 0m a are submerged TeTgic Democratic Suite Execu tine Committee has called a state convention to be held at Prank sort June 2 to nominate a can date for Clerk of the Court of Appeals The committee adopted resolution admittiBg to participation all who would pledge themselves to supporti the otrlinte and declarir adll since to the Principlesof the Chi cago platcrm of 1896 CAPT DAVID C HAt3DIN fiiteen arears Circuit Clerk of beesre tkry of the Board of Railroad Commissioners under Gov Brown isi deed at F nk ort He erwas well known throughout State he apt BwMnej 1J8 ieSan Dl CWi VShHohH Catarrh Keinedy is the JSret medicine I have ever fou fieaiw4 tie Irtt YKH4 Ir1ej lDg ourt Jii is State door the purpose candidate for th jircqlt Court Judge an J onwealths Attorney to be ufodt for at the next general election in November call a con vention of the Republicans of said Judicial District to meet at Lebanon Ky on the 8th day of Theibasis of representation in said convention to each county shallr 100 one vote to each 100 fraction over fifty votes cast by the voters of each county at the last Presidential election for the Republican state electoral ticks t J L WHARTON 4 Chairman yaslwCo Com WAYNE HOGAN tchailmRuTa or Co Com HOWARDhe Co Com Flowers for Sale I desire to call theatten of the ladies of Springfield to the fact that jam ready to offer for sale from my greenhouse raIl kinds of potted plants and flow ers at reasonable prices tf MRS WK MARKS 1 gAen erallyjaflect tbp lungs more than at any other time Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey anOnwill r Tomedy strengthens an d invigorates tho lungandlironchial PUBLIC SALE tl1olfirmbf Marks Bros ands as AdV ministrator of G R MarkV deceased I will on SatnrdajAprfl24l18fr at oclock p in at the Spyin Ifield Planing Mills in Springfield 6iJbeeof st four months with interest fro date a onehalf interest in a the planing mill machinery and lumber oh hand and also one halt interest in good twohorse wagon the same being the pro p erty of the late firm of Marks Bros The purchaser will be required to gire note or notes apfpers WK MARKS Surviving Partner of MARKS BROS tfndi Administrator of GR MARKS FENlIGK oldFront Our Regular Correspondent haWeil I am not going to say inova word about the glad Svrin time with its singing birds and looming flowers for fear I wilt grow poetic and receive the same sad fate of so many of our spring poets Ere their fair Poem s reach the press of spring and Jgher sunshIny days they may be seen hovering around the fire with a woe begone expression on their faces when they think of their belated poems JX R Mcllvoy was in our vim cinity Monday on business flone mare of founder last week baNoonan Bros and Porter Hill sold std delivered lobe ttq realizingfair Leo I iloy Was in Harrodsburg Monday on busmeasf MOCkdi of Bardstown pwssed through our town Saturday enroute to Mack villa Mrs Cora Buckman Spnng field visited friends in this sec tion Saturday and Sunday erttrit and tStanley Rogers arei visiting friends near Willis burg After a lingering illness J R PolinSr departed this life on Stforyear of his age The deceased was born in Down county Ire land in 1816 in 1845 was married to M1ss Marguerite Oprey and in 1849 with his small familysent emrigrated to America setMin t in Washington county andu to hilt death was ore ol her best and most highly esteemed citii ba1S i htVjelgbone our ebuntys weli r r r yG G BreastI Mr A H Cnubj c 158 Kerr St Memphis Ten says that his wife paid apatteBtkm to a HIal hemp whir h Appeared ia her breast but it sooty def reloped into a cancer of the worst type and notwithstanding the treatment if conttltleddtwo ltOlI iJi her st The doct ors I I celebrated New York spcialistthen treat ed her but sire con tinued to grow and ores when inform that both her an grandmother had died frotB cancer h s gave up U- hopeless Someo that commended SS ttid though little Wows remBlne a began it and anmvementwas no diced The cancer commenced to heal and when she had taken several bottles it disappeared eatirelyjf although E stem years have elajpsed not a sign the disease has ever returned A Real Bood Remedy SSS guaranteed purely vegetable isa real blood remedy never fails to cure Cancer Eczema Rheumatism Saofnla or any other blood disease Our books will be mailed free to any ad SwiftnSpecific Atlanta Ga pronountier and the case and and SSS FortHiUPoultry Yard BlaokMinorcas best epgproducin strain In the world Kggs l50 per 17 W Y POYOTER 1m Glasgow Ky ForSaly dadbest by Northupa pon Eggs 5L25 per 13 pthatMRS D F LOGAN Lock Box 600 Danville Ky EGGS FOR SALE wfstrain Black Minorcns Northup strain Black Langshan Rirky do Smith 1150 105 MUS Y E McDANIEL Igy = I IVhcnlWby irai vo raVe berfeseo ia 1when ahem ChIld dv cried for Oastorii 11wlitmmiLebecaipe n1 clungto Gta toritf When she Lad ChlMren she gave tbcmCastoria Tetter SaltRheum and Kano i The Intense itching and smarting inci dent to these diseases is inBtantlynllayed i ndSkini have been permanently cored by it is cqnnlly efficient for itching piles andIt nipplechapPI g ea and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier andl vermifuge They are not food butt t a pnhorse85 cents per package 55 known school teachers a son John Polio Jr of Beechland a reingwere followed by a lrge procession and laid beneath the green sod at St Rose TAXPAYERS ATTSNTIOJf f- All persons owing mate and SneritJIare hereby notified that they pos Itively must settle same at once ot have their property advertised and sold This is the last notice JOHN T CRAYOROFTj Sheriff W 0 t0IIer Train How did the queen of Sboba travel when she went to see Solomonasked the teacher of her of llttlaRirla nnstccriNo one ventured an If yen had studied Jour lesson yon could not hero helped knowing satd their teacher Now look over the ve again 8ctI Could she have gone by the cars asked too teacher b ginning to lose pa tienco as the children consulted toes books but appeared to arrive at no con clqsion II Ycsntsaida little girl At tho end of the class She wont by steam cars Did she indeed Well Louise would Ute to know how you found woI out IInr groat train New York Advertiser Some Oae Mot Stir If a Chinaman dies while being tried for murder tbo filet cf his dying is taken as ovidenco of his guilt Ho has andyi to prison for a year If ha haa no son then his father or hither got it sipll iu tho family and pay for itDobool Committee Womea AngnstaMacommittee women ns llowslilt is said servingthat 6 yet to hear that one of them iirjrdmlM ialbr totdtclal gothic w i r fr JIBS I- Cdnriermirnai 81 A YEAR It ivied Wednesday and Sit Yto Marnings Beginning January 1t 1 897 the ehangLto t Courier Journal Publication days are Wednesday and Saturday The Wednesday paper will be gaveled ThantSaturday issue will be devoted to stories miscellany picturespoetry paperEach orTarrncrensoS ortie832 columns a year paperwntnQtbe Democraticofprinciples will be continued suc cessfully in the future as in the past In spite of tho expense in volved in the improvements noted the price Of the TwickaWeek CourierJournal will remain the sameSIi year A feature during the coming year will be the editor lals of Mr Jlenry Watterson on politicalland other topics of the day Daily ConriwJoHmtl lvast 16 00 Dailr and Sunday 1 year 8 00 Snpday lUqitf Yew 2 00 TWI6EAWEI Courier Journal AND THE NewsLeaderBOTH ONE YEAR 1OK ONLY 8150 We have made a special chib bmfc arrangement with the Twice a Week Courier Journal and will send that paper anti ours for the price named to all our subscribes ho trill renew and pay in advance r1d oil new subscribers who will oPf Courier Journal sent free on appli cation All pubscriptions under this offer must be sent to limo NEWS LEADER SPBJNGFIEI KY TO CUKE ACOLD OM DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinln Tablets All druggists refund the jnoney If it fails to cure 250 For sale by Hnydon d Robertson and Waters Browfle lalttFeb B6mo A NEW BOOK KNITTING AND CROCHETING of 01 pages aver 50 seeoriginal designs illustrated penuUfnl taco patterns sheltie hoods jackets etc has been published by The Homo HI Milk Stt Boston Mass and will sent with a gubscndtlon to that paper The Homo is n 20page monthly filled with original stones literary and do inestic topics and fashions Its depart moot of Fancy Work is it special feature new and original designs each issue The price of iubscriptioi is 60 coots phr yen and will include oneiof these books As a special ind uuemont to trial subscribers a copy of this bonkwill be given with a month trtibscrlptiqn Tho price of aub1nSscription and the book combined will be sent for 15 cents Their annual premium list for 1897 trill bo sent free on applica tion CASTORIA For Infants and Children ffft zs1 tl tm e- arajHl Whenevota druggist qllu yon ho has somotbfng Just is good tar soughs colds grip otc ns Dr Boils i irio Tar Honey lie Is thinking of his profits and not of your welfare Wo and = o the gonuitio and authorizs all drmrgist to guarantee It to be tho beat on earth Tho F E Sutherland Mediclub Co Paducah Ky lw1siblelucky Salary IvrBI and expenses ufoI- lslUbn permanent Iofer6nco Enclose TbeIrov19MittA rd to Physicians Do you know that many broad minded physicians are using Foleys Honey and Tar Syrup In their practice They found prooIaultalor great 4Xngh medlrlno For salo by Haydon ct Robertson Working Womens Roma Association 21 fLPeorlaStf Chicago Ill Jan 11 1800 Our Working Womens Homo Asso elation used Foleys Honey and Tar six years ago piidnre using It today It has always boon a favorite for while UK taste Js not at all unpleasant Its eflfscts are benoficlall It has never yet disap pointed ns Wishing you alt possible success sincerely yours Laura G Fixon nUjJ Mgr For sale by Haydon Rob ertson With Ijnt little careand no trouble the utiIuSkitSliauia Dyo for the whisl r j TZ We are nojrrrceeMng our spring ing a greet assortment of ft DRESSGCO1 SPERcALES DRLrSSTATSiD1GpDIICK3r dB EMBROIDERIES LACESfie CORSETS GLOVES AND HoslERY i GENTS FUBNISFINGS iiC t rlrttFancyandSuspendofs +icj CLOTHING f fVe are now receivin S a most1elc rant line pf Mentt Boy IIJi Ch1dren8cJotbin g mn better ettlea and lower prices than we VaYeHfYei Labown before io sure you see our line before you jbuy1tlsVwherii if t i SHOES 7fJ sr i hDontJ I nn a fine tlgees ii and Drew Selby k Cols women andchildrens fink shoealf lprf re i I no lines jn the market supericjr to these in fit style a d wear r f CARPETS EH v V We Linole1WlftMattinJt3 cUhdiint wnrce WALL PAPER Vapeci p t on inSs in red grbiue aiul purpks with borders and ce We thank you for past patronage an dullY solicit a gY tpatronage CUNNINGHAM DUNGt T V r1 r133J JI BURTON BEN tA J J4 BRTO C0 t l BEN HAYDON SK MjL AOEIt t J l 1rr I COFFINS CASKETS BURIAL I RoBES OF ALL KINDS t 1VBI1EG 1FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly datt orDIJ The services of atf EXPERIENCED EMBALMER at graduate froth alschcol of embalmin havftlbeeneBgagwU t l 1 7rj M BURTON CO J HAG AN BLOCK + SPRINOFIELDKY i f DIRECT FROM WILL TO IVCflRER Which Saves you 4 Bigf Profits JobtoranoStoJCHf9rIS 8 ii l 1 S N OTf J Our Great Barsalar 5a 00 I suits ROR I II9U sops JMoHls Suits Sizes 3 to 15 J UU extra pair of Pants Jl9S nuddromlmportrdWOolrom lorCollarCoUrAlbertTwilISateen ywswitboWprkmanshlp I aNfahDa IspraeMoney aoratsfacttry SeaS c slim f3rN flee Me MHiItrift ec- a ARUALFDDIMITI i CUSTOM MDtn AMIfgq J8J8K Gcarutted 11 1 to be Mail frees M dint 1lisaWorsted t it vie Iwd with FanwrSMta ttiTailarmanneryYateasaJrpiiatlkk Stew4trpTbesamegoodieiadefbrYooths to as LOci raJ ctand yc 25 Jlowtol- neUUft for andYotrhs Measure ttOIMthe the Vnelfront Crotch to ibri for Panu we PayEx pm Cher d ita red will the maney f itemta f You bur direct fans one of the thin t Geiser in s LDER 1I1IItII1tiII rIttt r It WITH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN etFr Art Than f fey aHlIrkay wtek mouth t fI OFFIGK Orcr Pastoffice iurtbATOJi WF NEIKIRK f ATTORNEY ATLAW r orJICl wit C C MCCKOKD Jy diF R1NEI41RT 7 OFFICE HOURS 12 toe p m Vf EVERY DAYy r liSrltIKGFIELD K- YTTi f DR1I URTOBi RISIDENT ENTITBACTEO TEETH S 0 PAIN I au dock over Mansfield SGF1ELD KY A laityAJ H LAMPTON OFFICE Ovfia CIRCUIT CIK mis OF TIC V JF GREENES SALOON 35 I hiy j opened a saloon on Main Street adjoining the grocery ot B M Karrick where I willl V pleased to have my friends and patrons call when needing any thing in my line I roll kEel nothing but the very best brands the market affords Will makE specialty of the F A M O U F YELLOWSTONE which hap the reputation of being the finest in the world Your patronagf solicited and courtesy extended dJ K HAEMON THE LIVERYMAN i Firstclass livery outfits New buggies and last and safe horses JH y i ayons and surreys f IQt t hsrie of excursicarparties or drt iii trs The most convenient fcitefcinjei and feeding place in taws is 1 lL1XST SPRINGFIELD Ky Vr McKenna Whiskey f 7kii celebrated brand of whiskey Iteepfor salt at nay bar and make a specialty el it for family and for f edrcinal use 4tf c A THOMPSON sNotice to Creditors J All persons having claim amtf the estates ot C Nand A 13 Cooper assigned will present same properly proven to the undersigned on or Before March 20 1897 J J W SIMMS Jr Assignee it v ef 0 N aid A1B Cooper i Notice to Creditors i All Creditors of F S Hill are J herAby Q4ified to preheat their clainM a aiMt saP So Hill rowrly jprovwij sa required by 11La lays befee a me on or before the 17th day of April 1897 at the office of W F Nelldrk inSpring fifild Kv T J NALLY SHULTZ GREAT BARGAINS FORCASH- E HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF rrtl rarresas a a AIT t Genuine Brown Cultivators iGenuine Brown Double Shovel S 8CheapI Plow Handles Jj Single Trees k iGjHayj v Rakes iHoes Sbevels andr Jj QSpadesWheelbarrows f J iHorsei IBarrelI ilCedarQ 4KSSKa 4 a ArAYA7 VsP can Freeze Cream in FIYE incites in the We Sell H Tools and Builders I it 1BOt1T TOWN GASOLENE for sale for the trade by Dudley Tapp FRESH fish Friday and Saturday at Jos A Shaders MOST excellent bread received daily by Jos A Shad er s BORN 6nthe 14th inst to the wife of J Rutlege Whartbn a tenpound boy i TROT lines seine swivel fish ing poles reels and silk lines minnow buckets for sale by Jos A ShadersJFARMERS and garden owners ire becoming impatient over the continuous downpour of rain which delays anywork I WILL not suffer myself to ba undersold in anything or by any body in town Always a fresh tDck at rock bottom prices at Jos A Shads BOB NOE has purchased Mrs George Chescheir a ofl and lot on Lebanon street Price paid is said to be about 1100 tt is a neat and comfortable little home JAMES BROWN who has been ratinga mill at Willisburg made an 4issignmens Monday last naming L EL Thurman as assignee Liabilities about4000 Assets about the same dup BEARER the famous makebthe season at Valley Hill the Grundy faun Cup Bearer is not only a finely bred horse but has been a good rack horse When on the turf he won quite a number of good races ANY of our readers who need fruit trees or jlants of anv kind will find it to advantage to read the advertisement in this issue ipf the Green River Nurseries of w1rlrgqJeen Those desiring fine chicks or eggs for hatch ing should noTce the new ad- lertiseD1ents frs D F Lo gan of Danville rand Mrs Y E McDaniel of Smiths Grove Ky Now that spring is here you win want to remodel or make additions to your home a We would call your attention tothe firm of J P Will Co Louisville Ky whose ad appears elsewhere in this paper This firm makes a specialty of everything in the lumber hardware and paints and oil Une and it will pay you to get their prices on your wants before you buy goods in their line BEN MopRE of color was up before City Judge Noe Monday on the charge of flourishing pistol in the face of Bob Ray at a festible given at the resi ldence of one Mol Hundley on last Saturday night At the first trial the jury failed to agree but 6n the second the jury decided that Moore had been pro I Ypkedsufficieatly by Ray to war t hun in pullhig the gun to f y TRY THEIR Warranted Razors and Scissors Satisfaction Guaranteed V or Money Refunded prevent what appeared to him to- lbechanCeOfgI e t bodily harm will however at Moore on the charge of carrying concealed deadly weapon CONSIDERABLE surprise was l 1YlMansfield one of our most pop ular merchants had made an assignment for the benefit of his creditors Mr M ansfield has been in business in Springfield ior several years and was thought to be in comfortable circumstances and the news of his financial embarrassment was unexpected to his many friends Mr J T C Noe was made as si theOcreditors will be paid dollar for dollar Besides his stock of merchandise Mr Mansfield owns some real estate in town and a good farm in the neighborhood of EastrToxas The liabilitiesI will be about 8000 said that he has assets to fully covet that amount The store is closed for the present while an invoice of tho stock is being taken The creditors have not yet decided just what disposition will be made of the stock GARRETT HAYDEN a boy of about eighteen years ffage whose parents live about four miles fromtown in this county was brought to town one day last weep and tried for being a lunatic The boy it seems had been all right until recently when he began to act strangely and gave his parents a great deal of trouble Some boys in the neighborhood had been iflYI inga yoke on him by writing notes and signing the boys sweethearts name to them This sterns to have unbalanced his mind He was ordered taken to the asylum Sheriff John T Craycroft had quite an exPe- rience with the boy while on his wavto Lak bn dwit1LhinLAsI the train had left Bardstown Junction the boy made a dash1 for tho door of the car and was in he act of jumping from the platform when Mr Craycroft caught him The Sheriffs hand was caught in the car door and badly cut The train was mov ing rapidly and had the boy sue ceed id in his attempt he would have been killed THE Chatauqua Circle met aV MRIIdaycall the quotations proved tobe unusually good being culled from the sayings of The Seven Wise Men of Greece Mrs Thompsons talk on Socrates was good she kId that Socrates didmore to broaden the Grecian mind than anyone has ever done Judge Noe read fromcIn Me moriam This philosophy of sorrow is very beautifully writ ten and every point was brought memJ mtory K I1W AV L4Yil SfBSflHVSar 7 A Full Line tif 1 Granite Ware Direct from iithe Manufacturers If Dont Fail tq See it and Get Prices I Buckeye and versJioroe Tank SPumpsS AND I OUK PLUMBINGF SPECIALTY iliIOur Steall Radges are k THE BEST MADE V rarlya a tara AiFA o rrv You Freezers Carpenters Hardware probably classmate at Oxford a Mr Hal lam who was also engaged to be married to Tennysons sister He died suddenly in Italy and the poets great and bitter grieff is poured out In Memoriam Mrs Lamptons select reading was also good and much appre ciated by the members W meet again at Mrs A LLeeJs Ayril 19th Roll CallQuota tibns from Plato Lesson by the class An Essay Modern Phil Qsophers l Miss Jennie Browne A study in Ancient History Babylonia and Assyria Miss Lizsie Lee General discussion The news of the Week b the class Alexander the Great Mrs W R Thurman Select reading Judge Thomp son andW A Waters Emer sons Essay onc Plata Miss Mag Thoth P sonINELsose9UR1 Yesterday was County Court day and there was an unusually large number of people in towni umber of sales of stock wereIA and several tracts of land were sold by Auctioneer E H Arnold who reports bidding as lively and prices good The merchants report busine- sas being lively There was n time not many years ago when April Court was a big day in Bardstown Then there were c great number of fine stallions in the county and April Court day was set apart to exhibit these fine horses which always brought to town tremendous crowds But that now seems to be a thing of the past as there were not halfI a dozen stallions on exhiliioq yesterday However these were exceptionally fine animals and were greatly admired Record H IN MEMORIAM Died April 8th 1897 at her home ne Jensonton Ky Mrs Grtfndy Boswell wife of Gran dersonBbswell at the age of 55 years of consumption Sister Boswell professed faithin Christ when quite young and lived a consistent member of the Bap tist Church She died in the mum h of living faith She leaves a husband and several children whom she commended to the hands of Him who isuble1 to supply all our need according to his riches in glory by Jesus- Aprecioasone from us has gone A voice we loved Is stilled A place is vacant in our homo IhlehGod In his wisdon has recalled JTbeJ Though her body raoulded hero Her soul ia safe In Heaven ASlSTER0 RAP Americana ate the most Jnvontlvo pRO uedipatents or more orfo thud of all the patents ifcsccd In the world No discovery of niojjfrn 1euf1J has been of greater benefit to mankind than Chamberlain VColic Cholera and Diarrhoo Remedy or has tiouo moro to relieve pnlnahdd enflorinif jWVangn oaOaKton Ky8flj8 t4I havo used fhimberlaiua ttollc Cholera and Dinrrboo Remedy in my family rouocera years and lied iv to bo tbobest moo ioi ne I over ustd for crompti in the suA 4Pa c5atO Km W tC Louisville yeeterday s Arthur Campbell nwa1 v sit to Bftrdstown Sunday Mrs Margaret Beam ik her parents at this place =Mrs Geo Oheaheir and sea were here Saturday and Sundayhut Mrs W W Ray has gone to Bloomfield for avisit to relatives Mr A H McOhord who has bee quite sick is still confined to his home 7Mrs VV K Marks has return from several dys visit to Louisville Mies Lula Campbell rettirnedhom atEarlyTimMi88Bertha Haydon Is in Bards tawn the great of her sister MrsTA Spalding J PresidingElderwaa a visit to Rev Atkinson Misses Greene and Kimberlin of East Texas were guests of Mrs J OJ McElroy last Saturday Rev RE d npballsvUloPresbyteryl beenoniro expected home this evening Miss Kate Froman and Mrs Porter Meyers of Lebanon were guests of the Misses Thurman last Saturday 0 R Harmon has gone to Dan yUle to attend the Faulconer h rse sale Ho bas a fine mare entered tthe sale Mr J G Mansfield is quite sick He had been sneering from a nervous strain for several day and on Tuesday Louisevilla was prostrated and is still conifined to life bed AtmEGHRGHES1 This column willbo devoted to the roligiou amlcuurch Interests of our town and communicatijna and an thye as d iitholic Churches are solicited Rev R E C Lawson left this morning to attend the Translva nia Presbytery which is being held at Campbellsville this week fco celebrate the two hundred and ftieth anniversary of the writ faitha 11The Ladies Cottage Prayer fleeting will be held at the resi 4ence of the Misses Browne next Monday afternoon at 3 oclock The word text is Help Sosciety of the Presbyterian Church SaturdayolhJIis froyfe The attention of the so JleedyMnisters who are struggling to live on a salary of eight dollars a month There are four cHildren girls maang six in the family to clothe and feed The Missionary Society will be gladto receive contributions of money clothing- or anything that can be used in a family In every househpld there is discarded clothing but little wprn and clothing that the children have outgrown Such will be thankfully received and wilLbe made into garments for these needy children Contribu tions sent to MrsC R McEkoy or Miss Nannie Ray Thurman will receive the attention of the society and besent to their des tin tion The belfry to the Methodist Church is almost completed and the new bell was swung into Position Tuesday and pealed forth the tact with a musical ring that made the heart of the energetic pastor Rev Atkinson1 throb thosewho1dgreat pleasure in the knowledgell that they had added another public improvement and at the same time helped a worthy cause liTheChurch will give a dinner on next County Court day in thei new building of Llovd Haydonj Dinner 25 cents for the benefit of1 the church Its shouldbe well patronized f An espociallv attractive mu sibal service wwillbe given at the Catholic Church neil Sunday taii celebrate Easter t t e I j ll trill r tJfi 1 Ihf asa n Take a Ic yoedcut pric Allw i7 So regular Allwool Clays Black Cheviot sii We have an Elegant to 18 on which we ar n fit anysize man Pat or Slim and 2 Dons overlook tMfacfc that a fall fins of Boys azldiildrei s Suite from 50 lo f5 04ta suit t McChord Rob rtioh1 BIG PAY To Hustlers II l I 4 lifowant capablel reprf omtativet to handle tiw bst 44trt LcIALan stbe accompanied with the best orS M w r p Address DOWNER A BRIQS OJtLlN4I Gpmif t KY Rev Lawson win preach Sunday Morning on the Ressurection His for the evening service will Rest There will be preaching as ual at the Baptist Church Sunday by Rev Pugh LlhtnlnoHt Drop What a Funny Nam l VeryTIttttoJtKJJ Pa4 SID d Evryyvkari Every ayWithout RoWof T11r h N ay JJuckleirs ArMica naive l The best salvo in the world for Cv Bruises Sores ulcers Ulcers Salt nurn Fever sores Totter chapped kaa CcIlblalnscprns anduH skin eruptlor and post oly cures Piles or no PA- r uitQd It is guaranteed to give per feet satisfaction or mrney refunded iPrice 25 cents per hoe atHaydouikJKub orlaons Drug Store I xaii rig With tOO prospect of feed he1q both abnndautjind cheap tho wisdona of ae curing auatnplenumber of packaftes to put it into seems apparent and it1 will therefore bo well to consider the expediency of doing a good deal of breeding for fall litters As tho lowa Hom stcadcysulolio can foresee what the price of hog3willbo althoughI wo aaay all perhaps asvuoe will not he yery high Still wick corn j probably rnling lOW and hogs Eyrapa thizing with tho COIditiOIlSVhichJnukCj j all tho products lot in price it is better I to sell tho corn by the hundred after I it I is fed than by tho hnshei before uIfall litters are bred for it should be done at once so that thopigvnay got Or good start before cetdwcaitbcr cpsaoa The xmditious aro not tochas to ia tt duco the breeding of faliiitten Ia the expectation of any phenomenal returns II but tho chances aro that tho fanner who at huSking time this year finds himself with a big lot of pigs coming e on will bo in a good deal better situ M tkxi than ho who has only a few Ayprietle elleriiUIIN Soluhlo sad active aid thefMore costly fertilizers arc best applied in lIBa11dOlC at or eM the Mirfaee d te the ground and at short iakanrala while cheap ineoluHo und slowly acting BM BUMB may bo used im large ayplksaticW and deeply nixed in order to e tnhlidi Dr a msxo permanca stole of fertility Again Erofowoc Joitaeonsaye- Mlees Wood or cheap limo Ehowldbe broad dUted at the rate of some 000 pooad per acre jearly If M Si eomingedm BOB crimes clover or other Icguue be for own to gather nitrogen thin dztmbt of limo and a liberal use of potash calk will probably be eetMnOal to theli et RCOeILn the Re a1Mea The SoektylTor tits PvMMttm ef tural eiWiU awes at- Dwfab tthli Libftrr1Mi N N- oeeNOr t Williaiet l leafill a0 pn 1 hlJI ars sjrl 1 t EW JlM ai amL WORMSiiWHITES CHEAt VFLRJLVjEFOR RO YEA Hat fad aIWotm RerlNdli t fIERY BOTTLEGUAIIIfTRA BOLD EVEBYWHEEE f yN rru anq sense oa s s J ft aetldlQrlM T i b en JIII whTrd gkeMM let iPIT CDOIO II Qb4tYII o o0tttoeamdo tiot r ONTOOMHY WARD s ooh tiltiiWlOplsrI- lsMStti l Ate tt 1TarsAMOK EYE piIiI i OINTMENT Icg IOTHlrtQmfll I A aURa and CUTAIM OYU trsaatPBESTNLS aaauD aeM- fIF YOUR JlACIC tcTeu reit aaoinait awd 111Ni1 jfROaxAl cure tau ld a noel M vnW +InldeaIi lIKe u t = P1lattrl sL- FR1N IIany JMOOB uMiHei wttk eay sslefcrowk or tfeisaWl diear tAllUlYt tMi mx JLMim tfce else anil MinrciMM ef the Puttei Hatbi1ri ciiDsussasg- iber l ewe ID 1 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kltr3g Wif 1 3 8 liii Jc iU 50 150 Mrs 900 100 Dave i 2 75 WLRRI 50 berlin Naylor 450 imberlin G W 800 Kinsey AL 150 Keeling Jim 75 Kelty Emmet trl 00 do PM 250 do Ohas l 00 Keene John col t U2 CO KeUy JN H 1 00 Keeling JohnrD 25 do BenjV 2p Keene JP 87 Kidwell Torn 5 60- tCeoling WBu do WL 50 do Geo 50 Knoberhn E if 3 20 Keeling TeppT n so Keen e Ed 50 Keeling Geo 50 Kightley Ga e 50 Lewis Jas B 50 do do i5 do John f 50 Lawson EVY 3 10 Lewis Cole i 75 Lawson Sam M 5 85 Lewis Jas t 25 Leachwanhernt 1 Op Lawson Zan i 3 40 Lear Geo 687 Logue Hamsun 1 25 Leachman W T 3 00 do John 50 Lbgue Wm 25 Lewis Jas f 100 Logan Jai Jr i 4 10 Leachman Z P 4 45 Lowe Jas 5 60 ay Robt i l 4 2 CO dp WH 7 N 850 Leonard Cal v 1 50 do Alex 144 Logan Robt 100 do John S 1 CO do Wash v rsc Lee etiry i 50 L oItseyL 0on100LydannePALuster 2 25 Long iw 12 50 doSam 25O Luster John 5 OQ Lewis Geo B 50 Lanham Wm 2 77 Lawrence Sieo 50 Lanham Jobn 100 LitseySH 150 do tam i i 1 50 Lewis Taylor 25 L oawsondo Andy ZjB 00 L 00oio St eve u isoLawsbn Andrew 8 00 Logan Bill A 7i 50 Landers Jas 2 40 Lankford JasH 50 Linton Abe 1 00 Landers Jas 365 Lancaster Sam col 50 do Joe do 15 Leach man Owen v 1 H5 Logan Will- Logsdon X 50 1 25 YfilliLawson f 50 Long J W li7Q CQTIiED i Kev Jessie Hpau The Gourier Journal last Sunday contained a sketch of Jessie Head the man who married Robt Lincoln and Nancy Hanks 51n this county in 1806 The orig inal marriage bend and certifi Ocr taned and returned by Rev Head are in the Clerks otCBi here now The article in speak lug of the ceremony says On a June day in theyear 1806 a Methodisji minister by the- o name ofRev Jessie Head united in marriage two obscure and lowly persons au an humble log house in Washington county Ky Little did the minister or the happy couple or yet any of the small company who hadl gathered to witness the core monT for a single moment dream that from the union of this rustic cpj le there would spijibtrfor Cj one IWhof receive Jrbm tie A erioin peo pltiie highest gift within the iTaftoh Vpowervii bestow Lite lid the partiiIpaIzth- 1w1iib16 scene imPfIDeTffiI the traffic and dramatic events eDICt ediI1th r bUrr of tho tip- fltd BhtttCwptld l ster around I n ogipriig of thi uniol wfio wild ATeatual1ybecoaearrlui t aid jffajeatic figure in tip Val ulla of the worlds beroes that ur t1 i Every mother feds an inde scribable dread dfthe pain and danger attendant upon the most critical pe riod of her lif- eBecoming a mother should be a sourceof joy to aUtbltt thel suffering andl danger of the ordeal make its anticipation one of misery MOTHERS FRIEND tis the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf fering incident to maternity this hour which is dreaded as woman severest trial is not only made painless but all the daqger is re moved by itsi use Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing con ditiqns are avoided the system is made ready for the coming event Imonobviated by the use of Mothers Friend It is a blessing to woman 9100 PER BOTTLE at WprgCtore or sent by sail on reef price allIntcrThe BBADFIELO BEGDLAT6B ItltaU Cft PLEASOREYItLE POULTRY lARDS White P Rocks and Lt Brabmai Pen of W P Rocks females score M to bSVhfdotl by first prize cockerel at LouIsviliB Show score 96 First prize pen Light Brahmas at Shelhyville Sbowscoro 18arhended by first prize cockroIscore 945g Stock for forsalo Eggs 150 per 15 710t J R MOORE PlealJuro met Ky OUR FRUIT TEBESOra- povinieSi etc never wore more thrifty smoother or better branched Why send away from homo for your orchards when your wants can be filled by your neighbors Bond your orders and you will not regret GARDINER aDHLTSVIrL BROS Kr itI Itf Ntlson County I Chickens and EggsI Pure Plymouth Rocks for sale Eggs 25 cents per setting oi 15 MRS ii M PNAN THE NEW YORK WORLD ThriccaWeck Edition l8PagesaW ek 1 S 6 Papers a Year A paper is useful to you SB a gfent S6 daily for only one dollar n year Better than fcviSiv All the News of All the Worll All the Time Accurate anuMair to everybody Democratic and for the people Against trusts and all monopolies Brilliant i illustrations Stories by great authors in every number Splendid reading for women and other special depart ments unusualinterert Itstands first among weeklytt papers in size frequency cation and freshness variety anJ reliability ol contents It is practi cally a daily at the low price ot a weekly and its vast list of sub subscribers extending to every state and territory of the UniOI and foreign countnest will vouch Jor the accuracy and fairness of its news columns Ji+ v Wo offer this unequaled news paper and Jhe NEV LEADER together one year for SJ65 The regular subscription price of the two paper is 200 bytbis marriage a tiny rift in the oppressive shackles of slav ery had bean started and would by the hand of God widen and augment until ina baptism of fire and blood the fetters would be stiuckfrom the dirk bond men and the slaye be freed Revs Jessie Heaa was frequently called upon to perform the mar riage ceremony not only through out Washington county but In tbe nefgbboringj counties Of Mercer Boyle Ltncoln Anderson Jessamine and Garrard as nu merous returns in the various County Clerks offices will bear abundant testimony so that this marriage ceremony probably made no deeper impression one among several hundred Yv these especial contract fifgpartiesjwefreT in after years lobe tir served in history as the parents of Abraham LinQoln for tfrey were Thomw Lincoln Hnd Nancy nlWlmdiikeiy the totalHl of tbcf officiating minister would have been almost JdrgoJL tenLbtnow but tfgmlbil pircup- lataaii 4 i t T l iTj ot14pOei ci i bo yo fortheilc 1f I f tlIh L r 1t iai COUNTRY jj THE llfesT OF THIS AcamVIJlfJtALRILJIJIt DEVOTE TO fo b JfariH Crp id Precesaen IXertleHlfKre A Frt GrewIg LlyeSgeck a1I DairJig Whilait also Includes sll minor depart ments of Rural interest such as the Poultry Yard Entomology ifeeccpIngOr en hgnso and Grapery Veterinary Replies Farm Questions and Answers Fireside Reading Domestic Economy nod a sum jmary of tho now of tbo weelf Its market report are unusually complete and much tottentiori is paid to the prospects of theI Orop f as thoowlng light tpon one of the imoiranportant of all questions Wbtn to Buy and When to SelL It is liberally UI Instrated1 and contains more reading mat ter than ever before The subscription price is 1250 per year but we otter sPECI- AL HEJJDJTION in our 1LVB RATES FOR 187 To Suhcrlplloisrqitlance 4 SIX S bsCrJpUtnsAo i l Ten SntalitlQBS do do 15 CyTo nil New Su jcribers for Il97f pay lug In advance now we will send tjapcr Weekly from our receipt of the rcJrlt nee January 11897 without charge tSTSpECiMEN COPIES FEz Address JLLTIIEK TUCKKK A iON ruBusnmts Albany NY Jfowis the time to subscribe for the flEWStnADER only 1a year Nothing else like itIThcmostrdreshingan- dpkast Soap for the skin 1pIcArr r UTANEQU SaAP I YfAmacrTI a i- 7GILtTJYIMH LE25 i It lasts 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