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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 29, 1896. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1896 new1896102901 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, October 29, 1896. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1896 $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. 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of dollars ffdrth of property Is IOW in ashes The losses were Rev Miles Saunders house and some fur nitcre Loss 4000 insurance 3W ii V Mrs M A Maratta house and fnrmluro Lossabbut 11200 No insurance r GD Duncan furniture wear jng apparel and horse and carriage Loss about 500 No in uran e St 0 C McChord office building toss abut 1OQ Partially iusured Charity and Library Club in same building alsol sustained damage to furniture In turcd S B Thompson stable and- ontentsand ttve horses Loss about tOOONo Insurance John Grume of Lebanon lost two horses in the same stable and Mr BDLuke also lost a valuable horse w At bt11aO oclock Thurs Uiy morning the town Was roused bv the startling cry of tireP The residenca of Rev Miles Saunders was discovered hadistartedan upstairs room in the rear fI the building and bad gained such heaJ way before it was dis covered that nothing could he Athb it furniture ttiat1could be and a good dell of it r dLare4 sparks and lieces of shingles pere blown jfrom the place and it must have jbeen one of these which causid the breaking out of the laige and more dangerous conflagration laterInthedy It was about 2 oclock in the afternoon whenI the roof and I3fL of hay iri Steve Thompsons livery stable wjjsJTpuncl to be on lrSJ qnlckly did It burn that before anyone could reacb the spot the fire was dropping in from the loft onto the stable of horses below Efforts were made to rescue tba beasts tram their hprlble position but the united work of willing hands only succeeded in getting three of the frightened animals from that fiery furnace By this time the whole town was out and men were working like heroes with the best means at hand to check the conflagration which threat ened to reack tbe Springfield HJlel in which case the biggest part of the to wa would have been doomed The Jaw office ol 0 C McCUord built or brick and near tie stable began tb burn and vIth lightening rapidity the flameVSpreact to the old frame residence occnplddby Mrs Ma r ttaaUd 6D Duncan aiicl family The bucket brigade did noble work itf preventing the spread of flames tb tHe offices of W E Selecma and T Scott LJayes and it was only after over two hours of unceasing ef forto was it certain that thejurv of the fire had been spent and that the destruction was confined to the above named property Tbe wind was favorably to which fact and to tbe hard work jit the fireflgnters it fis thought Isdue the salvation al eleftII of tnetOwDMen camEiD flailesuround and lent a willing band to the work t f fighting the lames A message was fent to Lebanon and quite a number cBa over from there to help Swtfcwlwids JKajle Eyo SalyeCuros WaLEki1OOayear r1 Story of a Latch Ke- yrWe were all told of the young American1 woman who carried herlatch key when Max ORell btfuIlectUles to say If he had heard of some brthe vicissitudes of the latch key girls be might have added several interesting anecdotes to j his remarks Aypung woman and several visitors were invited to an evening j entertainment and on leav jing the bus she took tbe latch j key which was made large so tthafrit would unlock the storm doors also To her surprise uone in the party had a pocket in which ho put the key so after thinking awhile she cpncluded the best place to put it was in her stocking witn her purse Tne party spent an enjoyable even lngand when it broke up several young men insisted on es corting the young women home The young woman forgot where she had put the key until she arrived at the gate of her domicile The young man per- Sisted in going up the front steps to Bassist her unlock the door Suddenly she remembered where tthe key was What was she to do But she saved herself She jpretended to discover that they had come into the wrong house of which there was a row exactly alike Without a word of cx andIi yard t a sev eral doors away She hastily racoed down and got the key With a pretext that she had imagined that they had gotten into the wrong house the party accepted hen apology the kev was handed over with no one except warelofthrough in those brief moments The ypung woman declares that she will quit carrying latch keys until sue ua tflUde pockets in all her evening gowns Couder- Journal now the Dipper Kavotl the Fnrin Father was and the mortage on thai farm wu coming due I saw in tho Chris tlaa Advocate where Miss A M Fritz of Station A 8t Louis Mo would send BatapTo combination dipper for eighteen 2cont stamps and I ordered one I saw the dippercould be used ami fruit jar filler plain dipper fine strainer funnel strainer funnel sick room warming pan and a pint measure These eight different uses make the dipper rnch a necessary article that I went to work with it and it sells at very near every house and in four months I paid off the mortgage I think I can clear as much as 1300 a month It you need work yon can do well by giving this a trial Miss A M Fritz Station A St Louis Mo will send sample for eighteen 2 cent stamps write at once Jouc O N Pointed The Owen boro TBToi Id reports the following curbstone debate Let me tell you what 16 to 1 meanS said a young Bryan ad vocate to a friend who seemed to be in doubt about tne phrase that is being used by te silver iteshIt simply means that a silver dollar will weigh 10 times as much as a gold dollar- It Then it will be sixteen times as hard to handle in commercial use answered the golding Well that dbut mak6 much difference said the silverite When the Government puts its stamp on anything it is good But the Government wont put itsslarap on anything it is unable to make goad by its creditt redeemablevtt a more Valuable metal As an illustration it you go toa horse show and Jook at the tag attached taa Mexican pony bridle and it read Ken tucky thoroughbred you would think that a great mistake had been made lam 87 ycarsold and Jhave used about all of the cough and lung remedies that hato boon sold during my life and fur saythatcanals Drj Bolls Pine Tar Jlonoy It gives qUick and permanent relief In pItwith11J It iliws j r A IETOJCVE 1005 Fonrtli St ImlUttib Kv for sale by Ilavdon Robertson SlOO Reward 5100 The renders of this pa por willbe pleaded to team that there Is at loot one dmudod disease that science has been able to cure In Mil Its stagas and that Is Cntarrh flaIls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive now known to medical fraternity Catarrh born n constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halts Catarrh Cute Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and muc ins surfaces of tire system thereby de stroying ttie foundation of the disease and giving tl e patient strength by build incc up tim constitution and assisting nature to do Its work The proprietors have so much in its cur lvA powers that they offer OnO Hundred Dollars ror any rose that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials AddreSs P J CIIKNBY A Co Toledo pSold by Prugiiats75co WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock 8ecdotgrain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted Jn this col nina or cnxnoB Farmers are quested to send Jn stock or crop items for publication Mrs Wall has for sate a lot of very fine Golden Wyandotts r i When pastures fall be sure to begin feeding stock so that there is no loss of flesh in the beginning winter j i The trotting and pacing season is about over and we havo not seen the the twominute mark In harness Two minutes and a half second is the re cord to carry over to 1897 t t Young Wilkes 22312 son of George Wilkes and sire of nearly thirty 230 performers died at the farm of his owner A T Hall Paw Paw Mich re entlyH was twenty eight year old took his record in 1876 and was the first son of his sire tobeat301- tI tLoss from swino disease this year is not confined to the big porkmaking corn States In the Western Yantoncounty8 Dherds numberI Ing hundreds have been completely wiped out within the Mat month and the disease is still spreading IllFarm feedinga sock cannot com plate with a year round pasture unless toIthe flock has nutritious feeding all the time so that the fleece will be heavier and the lamb mature early when itI tholmuttonfinished t i t MortonsIsays Kingston 200 acres in four or five lots the largest being 91 acres It was cut by a patent harvester which divides the stalks and ties them with string The bundles are carried to the barn on wagons cut up by a machine which handles one ton in two minutes and carried by elevators Into three shoes dorlingr Eighteen teams were emptoyedand 181teamstersbold horses atcutter and one weigh master tiCS Sand Mrs Inoobo Thomas of Junction CIty wuti told by her doctonsho had eon sumption and that tunro was lIoholtQ for her but two bottles or Dr Kings Now Discovery completely cured her and shin says It Aavcd her life Thos loggers 139 Florida St San Vranciwa suffered from a dreadful cold approaching con ttltQ13Ir Kings New Discovery and In two weeks was cured Ilt is natnrallv thankful It Is such roBullsof winch tliiso are sum pies that prove the wonderful of this medicine In roughs unA colds Free trial bottles at llnydun ft Robert son Druggists Regular Hire We dnd L Our American Pessimists presidentialcampaign by the wailof ninny possimlets whose vOIces have been heard along the outer fringes oi the general conflict In the East thesa pessimists are practically alUn one political camp while in the West they are al on the other side The Eastern pessimists have been be moaning the fearful decline in the moral character of the nation eel indicated by the desperate Wickedness of iho CJhtcago platform and the shocking depravity oJ the mil lions of citizens who are supporting William Jennings Bryan The Western pessimists with precisely the same degree of selfrSghtcbus censoriousness are proclaiming pcncr1thetrusts and corporuiions and theII peedy dowufull fJ pup h5iq 1Sk stitutlpns in caLe McKinley should be elected His victory they de clare would be the triumph ofthe most grasping and unscrupulous plutocracy that has ever in all his tory fastened its clutches upon qn enslaved people In justice to the most representative portion of the country it should be sid that the one set of pesaimst is will chiefly bo hound cast of the Alleghany monn tales and The other set almost to the man west of the Missouri River In the central soctionex tending from Pennsylvania Nebraska the political battle has been raging most lustily but men are not pessimists in that region- In those splendid ccmuipnwealths of normal and wholesome develop men1 of high average prosperity and of comparative freedom from extreme contrasts of socialcondi tion the people are cot given to supposing even under the excite ment of a presidential campaign that tneir country ts going to the dog or that half their fellow citizens are rascalFrom Progress of the World in November Ite view of Reviews CORRESPONDENCE BLINC0E From Our Special Corwipondeht Money scarce nnd trade dull in Our section ind t suppose this is the situation tbrou jho the country so it is useless to write ODS topic 83 gen ross to be only an echo tryqof the whole State and con I We had no service at this place on Sundaylaat os our pasto Revj Buckman was sick and could notr come consequently many persons were disappointed ns the congre jgatibn assembletust I usual Many persons from this place j attended the speaking at Chicago last week nnd heard our triedand trusted friend Hon John W Lewis speak We know of several who were not for him before who say they will vote for him in the coming contest A fine social cvcnt in the way 0c III bop wis given at the residence ofT J Ubiiidfordon Saturday last A good time enjo3ed by vveryone present AGNES Mnsle Of alt the arts appropriated to the useof fallen and sincursed man to rouse his fiercest pas sions or to soothe his ambitions and arrogant spirit none exerts a greater influepce over his sinI tnt nature than Music Whether Sklesorjamid ment or as black as ebony whetbet1s be the courtly civilian treading legislative halls to rule a nations affairs or sohie cannibal chfef dealing out the flesh of his victims to his bar baro subjects nor matter what his natIonality may be ho is governed more or IPSS by its subtle inflaence according to the doyelopment of his passions We have read somewhere an epispde of late civial war which deserves a passing notice The different armiest were encamped on either side of a small river in Virginia At nightfall tho band belongingi to the army of the Boys in Gray struck ihovfirst note of 11x16 There wes a pause and the defiant Stramsol Yankee Poodle rangJrotDtthe Fed iali Hues4 3nian instant marIal law was thrown aside and drilled and disciplined troop were transformed into demons thirsting for blood of their fel lownien The orders offthe officers wOke disregarded wher the command was given and stmcUaneously the 8tr insol Home Sweet Home won wafted in soothing and touching melody from either line rtbl effect Was magical InBaiu slant warworn veternns whi bad nob known tears JOI yean threw down their arms and wept Those plaintive lines fraugb with so much meaning for them had touched their hearts Masht in some form however rude sn imperfect it may be1s a chtsp ttcl appropriate mcdjuin tlrouf earthapIJirbaqhl 1tbougQmay be kneels ief oreihs iidol of 1Woqdmndan unintelijgible JBirgonTnel devoted CatUoilc Junes his vesper chimes chimes and funeral dirge and they pro governed by the same science Withsof Lest aresJofpoetslaysmaidenhood with chiming bells and wedding marches we greet the loyely bride with drum and fife we hail the conqueror re turned and Plihtfuneral anthem we lay them m the tomb there resurrection notes of the trumpet of the angel of God Old People Old poopo who require medicine to regulate tim lx w t18 andkIndnoyH will arid tl o trijo rcmedv lin Elccrrlc bitters Till mcdlfino dtHw nt ntliiiulate and contains ho whiskey or other Intoxicant but acts as atonic and nltoratlvo It nets mildly on the BTomaEh and bowels ad ding strength land ivin t tone to the organ jccrcby aldjnp nuturoju the nor formanco of thoiunctlons Electric BIt- ters is an excellent apoctitor and aids digestion OJdl plehnd it exactly what they nccH frieof und a bat tie at llavdon IbhartsonJriiggIsta A CURIOUS OLD LADY Ponlnoaloti In Her Oirn Afflxlrs Yet ar lUiTVItU Others When Henri Bochefort planned tho erection of a wcTimans glass works at Oarmautito help thO glass workers he received an anonymona gift of francs ThedonorAvaa Mme DJin6O ci3oijios sinco died at Boulogne aged wildlyrtending her gift to the glass works rGinplafningrlivecf In an Uupretentlous house far niahcd in thdplaIuesrfjislilon boarded ucverysorap of pa or end bitrit rag jiEhB found yethelped nfl whcss wan cnmfi toierxniW She sent 1000 fraucs jere 8000 there hIebcr own sftcv nnts maid scarcely get euougbtpeat and thbir wages were extremely smalll scntIturning to her ShIHcnta servant io plain it how ever mid was jsrcatly annoyed that it had uot been scut back Sha was very fond of cats but tvcu the fcod of her withauiggnrdl1handund milk in the cover ot a pomade iOttthat wucbDarfngherl Tiuriiig a glass with filtered walcrf- Filtered water wears out the filter Yon must be jnore economical L Yet this woman so parsimonious in her own concerns lavished Iciicuts cu the ardjPhhladelpbiaTimes A Crocodile Ono UnntlrtU Pcct JLornf tthioirgthoset bqvingtheirpolemtologfcal ore that tbq beasts and reptiles which existed in ttbe early ages of tho world were giants whiIcorn pared with thovery Jargest representa tives of Ibp same types wjbich itill stir vive This fact fia recently bocu strik atPoWersmade underbomxspIcsoftbaOrientril Academy of Scieiice At thatplacoa- ciocolIIitootbirasoudwblth weighs Almost seven poniida Jd QtvaA iha professor iu cLorgo p the working corps Kays thatthcro Ia no dotsbtthat the tooth formerly bclcujg d to agigau 1ipciPalbullythe tooth with that of tbojncgalvasau tus as rcmo Gcieutists buvo hinted M Gcrfur4 rays Itlaiypicaljcrcci odilo tooth aud in probably tbo largest epccimeu of the lied ever sourLy maw fIAfIfIJ iIse the Pctlfiucrt IDlUtcIts suEd that the 20 and the t3 goldplcccsjind Ifco Plnnd Collar ore tho enJyCOlns perpclnattug the designers uomij Dmlerneath the lower line 0Ithe medallion en tho obverse of tho gold picrcsis 3tB L domes B Xuiugncre In nearly tire same pOaltioson tbo verroof tho Bland oUati the JetterI uK U also appears on thortverse upIon the left fold cf the ribbon uuiting tho wreath being the initial letter of Morgan 5Wrntia ai Lehi1aiio 1orDlaDceQf by1thdlrcetpartlclpatlonInt Irs weaver mcchiuifits fatnjcjsr hun bermcn end mcrchautspf tho male sex would Uo were tHjtEekclassea dififrau chftct WrR t uU About tfiftSua- Kllson I suppcEP if your wifd flied sixnvotrtd leave Jen fcccd deal th- ValciitincrAbout the same sa Sho leaves ip nil winter for Partsi1t1ff IsTovmtopi Amols Uv r Pills c Iontc Petieu reaPerrcctTreaUncjit far Ccnstlpstioc t i1leuress Qne iU11 dt tHE NSE QF HUMOR It Wiu Not AVhohJ At rit Jn Spit sfr I It was a little inoi lcnt 1azflyob BervMlh a country hotel hardly OrtblSripting porbajie bntltsCem t Ie ratherhomoroggnttha time werfwaiting fOr dinner to be announced iud One wag walking about In Jv contoinplative vcoketsetoppingbaforo pIofromstorylastia i uNo salii the other fi9st tiling r over sAw n palling i Ivorn newspaper out of bi pbcife pml preaenting it with a 8qiile Thoro Itla Pead it Oh lUoS toq short iiihJ Wont you readit Not now r Tho goqfl natured man remninoft tilted hack In hia chair doingnbth lug nod Dan rather sheepishly put ting tho paper in his ipockotr rosum od his contemplativewalki twedj whiskered man who was cleaning his finger naibSIdldnot DanMia tho coloBel shutting his knifa vlth a snap Its n mighty funny thing Jusfo road it1i Tbo paperc mo out of hfa pocket again Well after dinner uNo no Bandit now Its good1 7 ClAtter dinner said the cqlAwli dociaiVely and Dan woffAg i with bin bands under ibis coattaib i 4f UYoo saw that le saM after awhile io a taIl man with Bandtf c whlskpxswbo sitquIetiyjnaor o L her of ibe room Uw what asked the tall man t awiikenod from his reverie Dan produced his paper end belctj it ont with oneflngor on tbomarkeVtj article That enzko story in Tjbo Globe Funniest thing you over readV t uOh I donbcnowhIwanttorcad 1offdiningroom ICDan walked slowly around ibo 7bcCl1RUJ Ttovf oomhibg his hair 1IWliqn YPt1 got through Oborgo t ho said Iwant yon to road thia snako story in Sundaya Qlpbor 1 never laughed over anything sot LtTbemaphtblomI pop et toOk the paper glanced ptd the 4Thatafluff asbo lounged up to look over tho pnpsbfthoegisrDan broko out If said beBygob utthis town lnttfnIl of the darndost old solomixe youcnntnpprecinroinothing folks with h little bit of n sense ofr humor but you might na well look for in a graveyard ns hero mOOdi1tnttthosmites and krfqwing winks that r wont rontfd the xcom seemed tbinr dicato that thpsenso of humor was present iri bonmddbgoenftoralLS Detroit Frearo63 SS Jr Tb Trebtetorlc Iloroo of tim Kocklcs rProfessor Efonry Pairfieldj o Uriof iho American Museum of iNatqrai1 History in Thp q1 tory esaribo t tho romarlrnblp fojailomaIns thctL are found nsar Bridgerl In o iit t4iBooHos Bpsays diwoivo tho Iao sboro on pass into ihjxdrior upland Wo dfci coyer the cTdvpr mtjo four toed t borsosw1ft alert in WHgont Hoi onlyfonrbnAdDr1Gfiihou Would not roach ib knob tjftbc Uiptathcronn lMa boilorOurudSat one U i1fbf tbflitnlofolis Thw t I lhmbanromuu 4awlor5atpancils JM ilrgdoyb Jlrpmaclj fkrtuor forwaril tHptf Jn tho hors7fluIlould readily tc hido Among tho taller stalksT and ithi iiossiblpthat hoha the beefru nlng of t pjoeptivT9 stripei JmiWtingf rOOd shadows upim his iPokPn tt 1njano In hi9hairandopiprjirf how we into iHIstooth indlcdtet taalIdWM abro y keropper or browser ami iiW crUMbi aCcrotofliiatrluinpbaeitpaja4ausc lrbrvprhls ponderous 6oai4 Mpoti ciag ts thd lie loared tC1jabout tbor timo fbUt riiaitb fm to appear Hoilial fSi utImos a ioiidivaiss f iAidan walking by a old gr yard in Ahorde aahir totoU lii fiiDgwith hia head trjrappodtif fciM Awl tctfevIdenUy snfferliH froii 1MwVooNk J 4GiJod montiBgh iw11od seem us u i iki froim a fad boast coughs v 5 Eel sir tali upointIng to thQ gridil itit Mugrs r lIon18 yin bv tWi wM gcIIqhaiL rIi ttyors a5 jssi Ik11f iilluihi16e 1t en ltd go abrcfld on 1k kbI4 V with tlieb Wfe gcli iiteeth SS c f L i wT1ii iHi i i T4 j jr1 i THE NEWSLADR l i 1 A tV 1THE KYSLEADER tHURSDAV CJOT 26 1896 E L DAVISONjA l WE siacerely htfper you will xcus all typographical andj iKramrnatical errors that may apj A fjeat tortbls issu as buf worthy BpssV fiw left us with the in v tenVoa of taking unto himselta rifetosbare the hardships that ibyjtriably aCoompanr au editor T f 4nihis road throughlfe On the it1Hifth of this fact theiorencan lfs ot ia p1rotract d spree and therefore tLe devil is playing tmt rO1 f of editor As it Js his litrst attempt wtr hopo yon will Jt verlook any thing that may seem XJktftd la hit remarks as editor jt Thw Colonel will be at home Jiowtver the TfiRt of the week tiM with the charrnthg assistant wfeotheils foitijif a bring home fibif1l we tar stfrjs the NKWS U IJCADEB will prosper as she j trer did before LET every voter turn out on text Tuesday atid vote no mat di1erMay be JtIsadatyydudwb tO- Ip tour county and fellowman So ictus all vote early and by all means let us hiye order and iJeace titWlandV Kagle Eve Salve is C8tQ1UtrnefltIfl the wpild for any and Tnil kinds of soro eycsskin diseases etc Its guaranteed to curt by all dealers Put up In tnbcs at 25c For aleby hay don t IfoboJspn bruggjsts wfliIrnJRGm FromOnrR jnfarCorreipondontl JBruce HaWkina witsii Lawrence birgIpnday JrvinPinkston Gardwell was xltid ltuestof f Si T Fci roll last week James JB Seay Edgar Burton Mauricei Cbejithara and james Shields attended Grand Lodge at- dionisville this week iML ScaVcy and Gratz Hawk ins spent Suniluy wth friends att this plnceT v Thpmas Barnett Sparrow Ky fivisitundayJasL r Willipburg hsquito an inter si jDgtitarir society Meets Friday nigSS The W 0 M society met on Thursday night and all reportsgood time The1ladies of thjs place tent and organized a society which is called Willisburg Aid Society The oyster supper they gavo last Friday night was an enjoyablel affaIr- SRev J Bv fiimms has begun protracted meeting at White Hall Tho Bojr Orator formerly of pringfiold11dt6ehonQrof ti 8ton last Friday nigh1tho Hon Ben L Bruncr oil Gray son cdunty His anecSoteS pleased tho little boys but didnt have any effect on the worklDgthen Ronidressed the citizens of this voting ureciijct at Willisburg At least 50t tree silver men turned out to Jbtar his great speech With fain lirttgnamily and volubility herx plttied ittbisi great issue The dim ax was reached when hcslldr congratulate yp u on baying enrolled l SyQurnarnea on tho free silver at d Democratic sideNo party has N ever nndno grander iilstory no party ever Jid mOc5for mankind 2i for progress aDcltlcglory ot pur epsntfy tban tlie5lMirY in whose 8t1ppoitI canfI enlist under thc banner of this grc a- trjiid isaujewhicb in my judg ta QtrepfC4ent34Uo best people in- Jr ihe land bfi the frco and home Ofttho braveU Wc propose to throw ofTiho cf9t ypk ef jtbai eVor was upjin the nicrcan people Then krhutthiatyoke iis off of ustho sunshine flll approvIng heaven will efifrupqa us like an rnfinito hen fni ovor our country iloats tie undonqiicfcd ffaganf the grand fsl nation on earth r Bi Y scf s iF PratCjrrcspondent qii arniYGrecnas in Petryvdle yjtiSnd y L I thtferntrong of Ii =hiT J yJtGguest btir f jfi ie1fls t srf S t k t L Dr James Rreen and wife of oUJsviJJwcrcvisitingtfe ds and relatives in out community last tfeek G ft fiUlefjr accompanied by li sbosaSpehcCr county w ro in our midst tad first of the week beiESnridlY lIst Miss Fallie Shoemaker of Muck spoleour community Las returned home The meeting which has been in ad cl pr 1PditionsL Purd m was assisted by Rev J II Uerr Jessamine county Theinck of our community arc no better thilHTtiting Leo Pur do ofmof offtheobedient boy ti uthiful and honest 1hemuny friends join in With the family in their sad bereavement Taducaiiiy inaywoU feeL proud of Borae of her enterprise i Messnu pVil son Son KlmWp Kyt writo to theE E RUthbrlauil 3r dtcilJeC01 R8nylUjJ fol 1o thwawonderftiland grand good retails from your Dr D1d rme TurHuney which is tcllInB faster than any mcdiclHowe ev crorsoldoar store have heardof Ithbd come from adjoining counties lor It On cusp In particular Is that of Mrs Smith Wool iUgi Jor this placcwho was so Billeted w ith her throat for over two years that Bho could notspeak abov r a whisper After used tho11rst bottle of Dr Belt a Pino TarHoney lAio could talk aswoH asever and tho csvao iaauch wonderful euro tlihtjidr neighbors como In to set fo wrhear her tall FoV salo by Haydon it Robertson ROIJIN from Our flgOIarCorrcsondenwl Sickness prevails generally in section at present A great afttype3pIel f 9everMr James cotter who has hadtittouch pf pneumdma is thought tto bo better Death has once more visited our neighborhood and plucked from the preciousbudon the 27th instr of diptheria Little Mrytiowas BJck only a short while Mrand Mrs T ent have fie other children left them They grieve pyer this mb greatly as she was fluca a bright sweet child and tIle orito with all tho family May this dispensation of Gods provii dencoonlybe the means of drawing the whole family closer to him The parents havo our deepest sympathy iin their sadness afrpent the dnyllast Wedncsuaywii hT her parents Mr and Mrs Zack Crow Miss Ellen Bona has returned home after a visit in Washington county with friends and relatives MrS Bonta and daughter Mrs Lester AYhitc of Perryville were the guests of S II Bishop and Wife Tueedaylst Mr Sam Hardesty and wile entertained the young ftalks with a sociali lost Tuesdiyngtit- or UK loon insight clear and distinct Vision So pro those persons who use Sutherlands EaglpKye Salyo for weak oyc styes of any kind or grim Ii lated lids Fjr wilo by Haydon t tOOL prison Druggists The raco oXtho Camel As a matter of fact and in spite of its having carried Mohammed iu four leaps from Jerusaleml to Mecca eeveu miles au hour is tho cornel a limit nor 110n18Isusul ttfllqyr paoei beyond which it is dun gorous to urge tyt Jest as Asintlcs say itmight break itshcartonddioliterally oirthoepot Pbeyondthisspoo not all tho1 wolves in Asia will ruako it budge again SDha camel remains whoro dieAofIudJai BrltUh Bnlo tho Cable footfifths of tho submarine INenrlY the world are iu tho hands of British mpuiIvl1o owu a length of more than 150000 miles of cable Inidatt of over 3ff000000 Of 14 cablesacros3thoAtlantl lFrahcOcnbloathntpatched overBritish Jinoa Flat En lUli Insurance IU 1C07 imnifcdintoly aftor tho groat fire of London onToda werp in zigbousehohieratho d tructiol of their property by EnR1lisbmil nr with inauranco in their own oounfry i Suitable Mrdu nbookjourneywbioh fmy nrMrs Cuinso Hqy kind qfyybul Whnt Isitstitlo4 fIl1rifS t 4ii1oagoo OOok ojfrMif iho New Ilooli Spoon Free to All I read hi the Christian Standard that Sllss AM Yrltz Station A St LoufaMp wouldgivo an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone sendhiK her ten 2ccnt stamps r sent for one and found It so usesul that I ItJo1nj friends and made In tw anyohoop spoon is a household necessity It can not slip into tim dish or cooking vessel ing hold In its place by a hook on the ck ThIs spoon Is something that house keepers have needed over since spoons wereinontcd Anyon can gaLa Bainplo on by sending ten 2coni Btatnpa to Miss tolznrQunAhome Worn truly J ubll5Sale l latANDRENTINGI As surviving parfnor pff the firm qt Marks Brotf antI adininstrator jrii Marks deceased 1vrill 3erI TJitsdayHoll296 on the farm known as the Eli Hum ph tireyD hIryVoodJinvn iud Mend turnpike roe Ij riiepropartyinFour ilarge work mules and harness farming implements corn ib in er PPcrtablofirst class condition logging outfitt and a lot of lumber etc Terms All sims of 810 and under cash in h Udall sums ovcvSlQ four trrompate1csold on sixond twelyo mont uptime ith interest from date Purchas 3tors wjH be required to give tond with approved security payable ini b nkt At the same time and place ill rent to the higbe and bestt ibidder for twelve montlS for money rent the firm containing about 215 cres 20 acres for oatsf and about 0 acres for corn andtobacco there i fr ofltot Good dwelling fine garden and outt buildings ant plenty of water etc Possesssion given March 10 189- 1TERMsPorties will be required to give bond with approved security payable in bank on the first day of March 1898 Sale will begin at f oclock a in Vf K MARKS t Bucklens Arnica Saive Thobost salvoln the world for Cuta UrniBps Soros ulcflrs Ulcers fj tRho n n in Fovorsoros Tetter jajipttl banc Is Qcilblnlns corns and uH sklii eruptions and positively cures Piltia or no pay required It ts guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or iiionoy refunded Price 25 cents per box at Ifjtydou A Wob crtsonsDruu Stoveb 1OTako Laxative llronio Quinine Tablets jMl drifftgists refund the money if it alls to cure Oct 15Oui GOG AND MAGOGtVarious Traditions Relating to These Two 1aujoHM Giants Who were Gog and AIogoR 7 English tradition Bays that thaT were the Jnetcf a tacO of giants who infested England until they wcro destroycd by some of the Trojans who went to the British isles after thD destruction of Troy Gog captid kinKWhCltwo giants wore put in their places J the conrso of timo a great fire destroyed these but now if you go to London yon will see in the great hall of ono of thcfmnona bnildings tbo Gnildhall two immense wooden effigies of incu called Go and sButtwo giants Quo is to the effect that whqu Alexander tho Great overran Asia ho chased into the monutaiua of tho north na impure wicked and wan oat iug people who wero 22 natIons in nnm bor and who were shut up with a rampart in which wore gates of brass Ono of these untious was Goth and mother Magoth from which wo readily get tho names of tho mythical giants It is snp posed howerdr that tho Turks weio meant by Gcg and the Mongols Wcro tho children of Mogog Wo shall Cud mention made of Gog end Magog in maul books including the Bible but there is the great wall anti the ram part of Gag and Magog whatever may have been tho fact that gave the of the two giants to that portion of tbo structure NouhBrooka iu SL Nioho las Napolcona Growth In CwnnopolUanlnn Napoleon ordered Mannont in cneo Blucher should resume tho offensive to abandon Puns and hasten to Chalons This was not n sudden deciBion Tho contIngency lied been jnontioiicd iniluletter of Pet 8 to Joseph nud from Reims omphntio injunctions to keep tht cnjprcfis and the king of Rome frpu tolling iataAnstriau bands were issned to tho fiijmo correspondent liDo hot abandon my soil IIthe cmpcior pleaded and remember that I would rather him in tbo Seine than iu the hands of tho enomies of Franco Tho 1fate of Astnnyax prisoner to the Greeks has always seemed to me the nuhap piBt in history In this ultimate de cision 2tapoleon showed how cosmdpol itou ho had grown He had forgotten if ho ever understood tho e tronjoceu traJization of France Ho should hava known that Paris lost tho head of tho country was gone and that the dwarfejl Uimbs could dovcloplittlo or Douotioual ibifojiitr I 1 Tlm Womlcrftl Churn I wan to add toy testimony to tho list ot tbose that has used the Lightning Ohqrn It does all that is claimed for it coin churn easily in onO minute and get a large percentage moro butter than with tho com mon churns l nover took the agency for thing before but so many of my neigh ibors wanted churns that I ordered thirty and theyvoro all g19il think tea year every farmer will hnve a Lightning Sfactin as they mako so mucb nerO butter and a mnlolnoyerythJ P Jasoy d Co 8t llouls Mo you can gtstfnll partlcnlars aboutthe churn 3 Afttubc t If tho linfr is faillhK out anil turning grayf the glands ot tho skin need stuns ing and colbrMfood cud tbo best ron cdrand titnnantis Halls Hair ilonewer ELEGTIONtNOTIC g r J1I tatet oi Kentucky V 11 j Set KWashington ntY f Sept 4 1896 JusIsof the Peace held otthe Curt House in Springfield Ky on Friday Sept 4 189G Jack W h mpson CQunty Judge presid g and Jr S yankey Lem Car John Ilardesty B E Cambron and W P Scruggs Justices of tl- eaOe for said county being ptesent aO n motion regularly made and car ricit it iij ordered that nn election be held and a poll opened at the next regular election manl for said county towit Nov 8 1890 to take tho sjtase oltlio legal voters of saidcountyupn the question as to whether 1notthe fiscal court thereoft sMT71lstfe nnd sell the bonds of said ciunty to such an mount as m ybe necessary not vurposeIturnpike roads offfsaid county free rofl toll to the traveling public Said lection to be held as provided in tho geneial election law of Kim prescribedry of Kentucky entitled an act to provide free turnpike and gravel roads approved March 17 1896 by the authority of which snielacttbis election iis ordered The County Clerk is ordered to prepare the ballots fdr said eloctfc narid he wil have printed upon same the question nAre you iii1tvor of issuing bonds fortlic purchase and main tainancu of ihcrturnijke roads oi tthij county free of toll to the iray e ling public BP provided in th Cfeneral Election law ofKentuckiTJ See 1459 KySxatutos and Julm T Craycrofti Stibriff ofWafihington County is hereby ordered to adver1 Use said election ucd the object thereof for at least 80 lays next efore the day upon which same if to be held in the Washington cpun ty NEWSLEADBH it being the pa per hiving the largest circulation in said county and also by printed handbills jposted up at not lessthan ttour public places in each voting procJDctln slid county and ut the Gaunt House door copy uttestyr W if Booker clerk In obedience to thb foregoing order there will be a poll opened at all of the voting precincts in TuesdayJc sense of the voters as to whether or not the fiscal court shall iseuo and sell the Bonds of said county to s 1saryIncpurposet idamingcounty fro ot toll to the tin veil ng public Given under my hand this 80th day of Sept189tSJobn T Craycroft Sheriff Wash Co If your Ihildron are subioct to croup watch for the that symptom of tho dls honrRcncRS If ChaniliorlalnH Cough Remedy in glvnn as soon aa the child becomes lioarso It will prevent the attack Even after trio crotjpy gb RJIi oarotl the attack can always lhe prevented bv giving this remedy It is also In vuluablo for colds uud whooplnc cough tf Dizziness Ilandacilor palurf In tholmqlf arocuro by Xoat Ljix tlvo kvourI druH Iitor t 4Epnl to QtLax atiVoCo IoU itllo Kt FOR RENT 7J Alarm Qf826acrs to be used as follows 45 acroarfpr corn 50 acres for whcntaiid Oats 100 acres for good grazing and 50 acres wood with fairly good grazing Thei ie form is about threo liiiles from Springfield nndsix raileMrom Lcbc ancinaidjoining the farm of IC1b1 ilcEiroy For price ot renting ndj thorvarticullJupyJy to eitlioixll Y or WWMcEIroya- fiiRathoRcItdicurd Sckflia JR ilJUs 1r f If1 I rf FORLS t 1oo Aiiif you pay oypi can- edrg yaw County P per1i111e NEWS t LEThDERl T TTTT J WJWanag6ment FeaturesJd New Dress y t i I q TesY411Spicy I Original lildepoildeilt And an Indespensible yis y itor in every household Help us with your dollar and we will give you a paper of which Washington County will be proud J tht t 4MZH i AS f 4 t FOR 1 50We will send you the NEWS LEADEIX anti tho Weekly Courier Journal l rforono year jNEWSlEADBiv and weekly Com merciaf for lii5 NEWS LEADER anti Cincinnati Enquirer for 51 85 NBWSLTSADEU and Cmcinnati TwiceaWeek tThthmerdalGai t gtforS16 SSCall for rates on other papero and mngnzines Come in and us or- sehd in your inpneyjo Ei4l DAVlSDN JRf Editor ERWLEDER SSt f 0 MILROY i mm 1ITTvi jt v i t HAVE JUST RECEIVED A lULL LINE OF i1 iS 1 i fRNGES OOKlNGAND1L iiLCOL5VASES COAL BVETSTONS tt SHOVELS Etc GRATES GA9Kf j FIRE BRIOKiOmMNEi Ii Er ANDSfiWER PIPE b tirt y Jtt 1 KCBeeHefr CbAL OIL rI BArlER t The treat in the Wormi i JAPANNED1WATER STSNWKPLATLI fi EAErTLESND COFFEE J7 f tCASTING PANS BAKE PANSvEtc Jj BRD4D BOXES CUSPADORE4 ff tGALVANIZEDlRON BUGKETSiN iI f5BS t L t m bGIIXe them a callkand gets their priccsj4aU idZrardwr- d tjf pJ 5an liuildingMateriali tj it f1it ba k1f 5 lt 41 Tm Bppflnerahd Guenngi A SpecialLy J DURtONto DBN JJATDOS t a1J M Burtonn8iCe-D BEN HAYDONSr Manager F H ITndortakors und Fnnofl Dir6ctorSii iaj fl1ns r Cas1t BuriaiJ Rob s- faIiirjd fQ t JULL1 EQTJIPPED Call Answered 4 promptly niight W dhy v f v- The services i J an EXP RI NCE b EMBALMEBa gi iiatcJfrcm tlIcli oJi oi G 1le1ffiSimirig have been engaged j w 5li v W iaS iti Jli I IURTON CO ei Ft = tflaganBlod Sprrnijfle1dR WHENTHE f9IVJJ iI 1rrt JtWIskiijc theDOtil I A monk would be i4tBut hcll theDtnItrot well t t i ThuDrIinfaznoakwasbr I si i OcaiinerChanoiidrnggiatjorIt To get weU nndkerp well take KEATS XATIVESOc Bottle Ask y6iis K1 APPLESrWe I the world itedSAU we ask is a trial shipment to ruye thase facts staic lDd get3ie betmarkct pricu 2Writelrfalqorprod llDcatrlaJOtI mmlssJoa Mjo HERNDONCARTER CO INcOiPQRATcoLQgI3yIlIQ KyS ii JOHN W GRUME BROZ 1 e LEADING LIUeRYleN t J 1f i LeoN Y f r 1 t STABLESprainjvnne and Mulberry Strets 4tflack ojr Norris lictuseii SI I t r OOThVEHlCtiES FmSTCLASSBOIES- pectalRateto f01 1 Commercial Men Safe l eJi D t ri e r ashingtou Country rradq Solicited t t t r4 ICASTOIA Jor Infants and Chiri l V Iusdsuturtct l1 PORSALE eepetgSNaniBrahma Jcckerotls cheaper thnrilyonc Jjf JIS ATK oJEJW Tex iivtKy- Aerii1flaIr i Vigor whtch lias ntuilsu4 nn prejintliisJs htCtmotncnlfihUri tho poorest heat of hHlfiopn Bonuia uxuriaotnlirt nJitUul a YscragaYOherceor1swb n biiii5sit lfhs czltdfl r cbatoria J1ii th fb9 iIg ia = t C tiOTICE PAXPYEfl C Your tl1xe due tho 01 Dtt Iiite k for lS96aie past due t 1 r WIILsavesfuttber Cost ni l trotiblGby paing sam at once iRespt 1 t IKJOHNT CMYCJOrr r ltt4 Personal i rnJm6Ipn lQtll l 7Cfol1lncelIotp prson tlninhtted with any spckI tIihItoI1t or tleIuo 4iaea f penIlar thSlr aec Add jim ata 1t4 lI gJftrdJItlnnA nUt 1th lIuttta Viilti ia4tjr lilat1iaai kCo Dearborn tCbicugo rqL i SC FOSALE4r- tAs ih 1 t +8uiiving partRtr t1rfirm of krk 1 nt Private 8 l1roi11Il fnorsoPowcf h1 calNtitksI Of k Lu1kei 7iii11srjllies Itriiikflutd r1 rt W1q t MAft StS y r z I w i T LJ 4 f T 1 J TI4E NEWSLEADER p tt i llRSLiADE1 3 rn lriRY 11UflflAT fouL ArII r SPINCFrnLD4 Wx- t TS1I 0 PIYLPl IPPaID ADVANO id = = tt- r t j TEETHf XTTED I WJPIIOUT pjiii jjlh aae orYitallzfd Air Gas j ind a JHeyf Method of fliT Own which leaves no bad effocta j r ii1 Aililiclnl teeth qfdliroreu Grades and prices tigMI x tI i j UiitixiR Wonk arid CIIOWWNO a LCIaIt5 3 iIJUCESi vFor the rfffllut t will ho MprugItd tim cli1 t tf Thnrsdayaid FrJdAv of week Hud lunporiff w6rk i plenty j ttOFICFOerPostomtCj j4 iMain pfflcc No628Uuurtb Ave Lnu1vI11eKy i IF R WILDER flwtistf 1 i jR JFRiNEHMT JFFICEJi6liRSi i C4P ra 1 I r Tuesdays and Saturdays CSPHINGFIBLD KENaUJKYr DRJBRCOOPJR 1 o1t4 over Haydon 8 Bohertsons drug oie ifiin SP1ttN3J1EIiD KY DrlJ lit BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED iiTHQUT PAIN I QPIqg1Iflg1Ui Blockjov6r MansDeM otus vtorc SFRINGF1ELDKY Qroii and Bridga Work A Specially JF GHREENES 3 SALOON f t AV bave opened a saloon on Main x Street adjolbicg the grocery of SM fearrick wliero I will be pleased to haverny friends anti patrons call when needjug any I thing in my line I will keep nothing but tbenrery best brands tho market affords Will make a specialty of the FAMOUS YELLOWiitONE which has the reputaton of being the finest in the world Your patronage solicited and courtesy extended cRi1ARMOT THE LIVERYMAN First class livery outfits New 41uggieS andfstandsafe hdrses jdeywasoks4andsprrers for the use of excursonpartes or drumnaers The most convenient bitching and feeding place in t v 1 =MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD Ki f 7McKenna Whiskey 1lcelebratedbrand of wHi feoy J Tcecp for sale arm bar and make f iBp cialty of it for jamily and for Ihcin use tc C A THOMPSON c WaItteufl Id eaoraomotmPJe Who thInk pur blrRll1 cg you wPaIh- f JOHH t Frient Attor rAAuvtI p 0fur thr slo prza orep igt yl tv91flUtt ATCUtOZJWflt4- Ji Iivt t toUTrowN t HOMINY beans nudavonb oatmeal rice aUnewat JVA BTADEBB You canv get oysters Served at all hoursand na y atylbatCondHert HIns tlSundayChurch bIl Mn Samuel Hollidayk has bpeneda hothlattjie old Bawllngs stand on Wall Street near the depot and will be known as the Wall Street House THE Misses Leachman will enter tam the O WO Friday evening This la the initial meeting of the club and tho eveningis looked forward to with great interest by the members IF the gentleman who left his buggy at my stable on last County Court day and took away one belonging to an other party will return and make the exchange he will save trouble and confer a favor on me CLHAKiTON DONT forget to attend the oyster upper at JTudge Solecmane office Friday evening from 4 to 10 pro for the benefit of the Baptist Ohnrcbi Everybody ia invited to go and have a good time CODOTY court day was the largest that has been here in a great while A great deal of cattle horses sheep and hogs were sold and it required the entire day to dispose of them Tim Rev B E 0 Lawson has accepted the call to the Presbyterian Church and will be here to take charge about the first of December He cornea very highly endorsed Spring cleaning in the house is im portant and to cleanse the human system is even more so Neats Lax ctive tones one up cleanses and regu latea the bowels liver and kidneys Forsale a bottle by Haydpn Robertonand Waters Browne THE ladleseof the Baptist Church will entertairiFriday evening with an oyster supper at Judge Sole mans office from 4 to 10 pm It will bo for the benefit of the church Everybody Is invited to Attend A inuceioiiakc Money have made 1lJ4o clear monetv1n 87 days and utfonflcd to my bpuschold duties boo sides and I think this iwlbinff splendid for a woman inexperienced in business AnyI one canst wlint everyone wants to buy and every familjrvrants DishWasher I ilont cnnvnssat nllfpcoplo rome or send gpesdutsellswork lo pcrfcciion You can wash and dry the dishes in two minutes I am going to devoto my whole ttm to this business now and I am sure I can clcirt5000 a year My sister and brother have started in bus incss adinro doing eplcndfd You can get complete instructions and hundreds of test imonials by addressing the Iron City Dish Washer Vo Station Affltburg ta and youdont make lots of money its your own fault Mrs W H iHB Misstonary Society of the Pres byterian Church gave a birthday party at the beautifulliome of Mrs A H McOhord A good crowd was present end everyone enjoyed themselves very much The house was very prettflyand tastefully decorated The proceeds amounted ty 2i which will bo devoted to Foreign Missionary work t Tins ladies of the Charity club wish to announce that the club Is rco to all and the librarian Miss Cain will take pleasure in making iit pleasant foroveryone The rooms are now located over Haydon Bobcrteonn drugutore and the public will find them as cozy and comfortable as one could wish In a few days the club Will have in a nice new lot of books by standard authors A Dandy Thing 16 Sell I have been doing so well this summer cltlns jeoinblnaton dippers that I think itIIs my duty to tell otters about It I have not made as much money as some I rood about5 but I cover make less than 3 rind often tP a day the dipper can be used as a fruit jar flllera plain dipper a fine strainer a funnel a strainerfunnel a sick room warming pan and a pint measure Thsc eight different uses make the dipper such a necessary article that it sells at nearly every house ay Itls so cheap You can get a sample nSldidbysenilng eighteen 2ccnt stamps to pay postage etc to W H iRalrd Co Station A PltUburR Po and they will mall you a dipper and you can go to ivork at puce anyone Can make 3 or el a day anywhere A A anour of gentlemen were stand- Ing talking late In the evening on cotthty court daynnd seeing our town marshal Mr John Qraco arrest sev eral disorderly men and who did Its quietly arid effectually w1bon one of them remarked You have the beet marshal I ever saw Ho is always at hand when needed and flops notheal tate to put under arrest anyone who disorderly and at the same time he ia a perfect gentleman and always contents hlmselfas such clubIbooks rugs Win d ow shades etc and also a handsome movable book case- Fullylnatircd There Is also missing 11 very fine music box not the prop efly of the club but kindly loaned by ipnO ivho feels the loss Jceenly and the pnohaving It will confer a great favor byreturning at oncer At theme time the ladies will boVery thanltf cl for any information iOadingto Itsre covery J nglfield the first suitabld weather after the election Tnla will be their last trip this season All persons who want pictures made willpleasd call on 1Ir DIilardIappwbowlllahowspeci mens and take orders Be certain to iespondprompUy astbe r stAy Will not be prolonged more than two or three day- SlTIm gallant fight made bythQ town people at tJio fire last Thursday iia certainlyito be greatly commended It was the largest fire in the history of the town and the writer has often heard of the Bucket Brigade 1S being the best in the country but as real downright fire fighters they would be hard tobeat and it was a long andstubborn fightihat in reality saved the itown and right here wish to say that the bdl sGod bless them rendered all the help they could Even they of color worked bard carrying water and doing what they could to put out the fire On all sides nothing but the highest praise can bo hoard from ihp ladies whp seemed to be thankful that the fire was no worse Slurry tiiiH Girl Quick I saw in your paper that thhieenjear old boy made 1S5 the flrsthdurhe workck selling the Perfection Metal Tip Lompwick I ordered a sample and went to work and the first week I cleared and the second week I cleared 815 lexpect to runup to 25 in the near future as the Perfection Metal Tip Lampwlcl makes such a uti ful white light and does away with tmokey chimneys and bad odor and saves oil it easy to selL J you wish to try it send thirteen 2cent stamps to Miss Fritz Station A lIt Louis Mo and she will send you sample outfit this ay to make make money around homo Miss 7 W PERSONAL Mra Knto Williuirs was in Louisville Tuesday T8 McCrqskoy of Hnrrotlsburg is Iioro for 1 short stay Mr James Cain amid mother loft lost week for a visit to SU Louis Mrs Clmrlea McDqwell was ovor last Friday visiting her mother Mrs Miles Saunders fMr nndMrsScott Marcs attended the MelJoweilLouncJes nuptials at Ihui yule last Thursday Miss Mattie McMickcn of llloom fleld visited her cousin tMrs Thurman on Monday c Mrs J M1obimusnp of Ixul8yillc va hero Friday Just to too her sister Mr Miles saunders Mr Palmer McKlroy has accepted a position with Cunningham lumens in the ca purity of bookkcfpcr Mn y get tim popular repre 5Cntntiro fir tho Dunlop harness Munu facturinp Co was In tOwn Tuuwlny Miss Allio foore line ucccptodJapoRi Lion with McChord t UohcrtHOU andl will bo glad to too her ninny friends l Mlfjs Mai Montgomery of Hunters Station is a chartiiug visitor at Miss MagJic TlKmpsonH on Leonnol1ACoIMr J awrcnco Marys was over last Thunrday and took u very prominent part righting the lire MIs Lctlitla Ixachman after a mouths stay wiLls friends nulL jgoiatlvba in Louisville returned homo onSafnr day last to delight of her many riends N Saundorn of Sinnfonl spent several days in town this week 110 and Isle sister MIlls Ixiuso were culled to Louisville by serious illness of their mothonand ut latest report hlie much Ininroved tUber Hord loft Wednesday for Vanderbilt Univoroity Nashville Tcnn to Attend a coiirso of lectures in dcit tlstry fluber is ih very popular and bright young moan and no doubt Will bo greatly mimed by hilt tunny frlehdscVo wish him tlio greatest success A nutting party composed of Misses jrrio Solecman Kolma Thoinn son Corn Vanarsdall and Ellen AVjnljicii and Messrs Harry Thompson Bj IV Jllko Sterling Thompson Jauoost- ud Bov nrowno loft Tuesday morning tto ppend the day In tho woods hoar Porryvllle Aftor their return ihoy wcro invited to Mrs John Sims whore they wore treated to handspmo repast Tho chapcroncs were Mr anti fr9fjCD Robertson anti Mr and Mrs John tnY MARRIAGES Mies Margaret Thompson nndMrt JncIrBeam at tho homo of the brlcM onLobanou Avenuo yesterday Roy Kellar of nllr town officiating Miss Hattio Hamilton and Mr John Lilly Barber at S oclock am Wed nesday Oct 23 atthe Catholic Church Fcoderlckfltown The music was fur ninhod by local talent and was pro nounced very pretty and well ren dered thIs1weekconsiders of more moment than that of grinding out news for the readers of the NEWSLEADEB Tho following rechived at this office will explain Itself lttND MllH S J BUTTON annoudcpVho marriagaof their daughter AUAftO r MInnuNDfDAvieoN- JrWs ayOqt b r tvontyeJg1mth TlIltoi imnndredmmmd ninety six JFG J urvmlr Indiana At hmncr nftor Kovouibor tho first Ppilmgupiu Kentucky J H0U8EKEEPER4 PQNT MISS IT T ke advantage of thoClusing Out Sale of the Louisville Store Our entire stock ol Dry Goods Clothing and Furnishings must be closed out by January 1897 as our lease expires on that day Buy now it Will pay you to provide yourself for the next twelve months as you 1 ever will have such an opportunity aa1n to buy such goods at cost price Our stock is all new and bought within the last thirty days in Eastern markets at the lowest Cash prices Below TQU will find some of the big values which are now crowding our counters S 104 All Wool Blankets former price 3 00 now 200 Ladles Beaver Capes this fall style Cheap at 350 only 150 Bed Comforts onlj 50c a Outing Flannels former price 8 13c now 5 Ladles Fast Black Hose fleecelined cheap at lac only lOc Ladles Stainless Hermsdorf black hose considered a big bar gain at other houses at 25c only 15c Ladles Kid Gloves in black antI nIl the new shades thQOc and 1 00 quality only Ooc Lace Curtains from 45c pairup Ladles Fascinators 25c Dress Ginghams sold everywhere at 8 1 3c only 25c Best Yard Sea Island Cotton only 5c One yard Ilong Bleached Towels former price lOp only 5c What the ladies are doing to our Underwear Department is plenty Dont fail to see them In Shoes and Boots we can fit all the people all the time Jrice goods whereever you may go then come to us and if we dont save you from 25 to 50 per cent we dont ask you tobuy from us I HTHE i it LOUISYILLB STORE The Lowestpriced House in Town Patronize i 4IHome Industry BRING YOURji BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES INVITATIONS and Everything in the Printing1 Line to us We will dothe work quickly neatly and l IN THEIJATESI STYLE THE NEWSLEADER i IT TICKLES YQUIIHSTAHT RELIEF ttw OETnOH U6TNING- I JICURH EALS Cuts Burns Bruises Scratches Biies Anlmab Scrpenu Dup etc BREAKS UP adCoUULaGrippcIfliicpx Ofii Croup Sore Throat etc SMELLS GOOD TASTE GOOD oocs GOODEvuiY- TIMLNSold Per iiottto Ni Pay b31JI Wcoa bUIIU U uU SSPRINGnnLD o +nuh1IufffltflhIlluIllhI1uh1 1 5a I rT4ELtST SYESkr1 bc1rtt 1cPBS TtND J1CEETS + J J c r JUST EP flflJDfYteL r Jf t fwIIE 1 9Slj We offer for ten days this style capS wittr Va lout Polar fuUsweep and correct length for t98 Regularl wiCeis35o Beautifu1J a clc e t s in Cl thanthBoucle for 5 worth 7 J ppn tpyerlopk oui press Goods iwphaye the bcstbkigs that are going and see then at ftffmin Pxicei rMens rln s I UndShirts28o i I IiIF tC4 j t I FULL 15c fi L1CGHoRD RoEwisoN- SPRINGFIELD SAWMD PLANING MILLi I z J MANUFACTURERS AND IN L VTiUa Frames Dpprs Blinds Tobacco Cypress Acme Cement 4BIll cut to order oh Short Notice Hi best Gn Uilnbii all Ifiodi of Logs Call and see nand pet prices Officeandar rr Iain ana AU persons having cloiips the estate of Francis Walls deceased will present same properly prpyen tb the un teavo came with W Simms Jr Attorney- B P SIMMS iFRANCIS WALLS E Executors of FARM FOR SALEI Mr farm f 145 sores dn the read six mites from town adjoining Gregory Boon one side and Judge Litsey on the other frame large barn large cistern and good welt at house and all other hecesSQ Quartet of mile good school and church For further information M Nooiipremises MABYE NOE Worth its wdpht aucts Eagle Kje RBht IWI Very True but Kills All Pale Sold Everywhorp Every Cay Without Rellef hefe NePy BUT QUAUPfi WORMS 1I YERM1fFtCEFOR HaslRLVntd4teEYEY OZABV tZ11 W1eeJIIoKlSB tt torn a LADIES WINTER SKIRTS SOc TO 1OO LINE OF WINTER HOSIERY L COMPLETE ASSORTMEOT J OUTING FLANNELS CANTON FLANNELS t 5 T r We Undersold t 4 i l MARKS GEEENE Props DEALERS f ings Sash Hogsbuds f Shingles Plasfeietb i 0 4 Stuff paid for r t r Jockey Between liilroitf unNOTICE against dersigned or T F JkunN FrancisWails t Springfield Good idwelliEgfj outbuildings a to calinHugb in goItlSiit1tcr It Is ST IN IN WHITES CREAM i Bt f v 5T010C L ontbe Apue CiptSntlno US AtSan Dioro Cal says uSbllobts Cutarrbfuomtdyl is iJ r us the first tncdhlu I baVQ cdr IOlIU1Oo that would d Jno any joosL Prlee6oc S 200 A VISIT a physlctenys usual rc A 50 cent bQttlc of IIJs Neats Laxative t ptltcr1rs tctn in roc4ordea it J Torpid eisa Sluggish Um Con tipatIomzIIeodathectc Pleasautgsd afeforallogrsmnfdaexesi Acirsuscanti 1t 1uliInfornaaUonfurat3ct remedy Ask yourdmug 57NW LAXArVECLLIIIS iABLERS j kEYE r OINTMENT eus NtESA tUPE ald CUTAIN ONt k1or15yasasBUT L itf i OvsrPrtfltPsyIig if o 7 1StUIt OjtqtwS eIkirLOw4WMtsik Jf ktMamV 1S11 fses hePclaoMIlhI1 evv i MhkteIs7c at 7M MjMF fopnltliolaf MOTGMEY WAD ca 1 inii6MkIiisiiAs 4 JiRsrMi tJvftMIlttk twIleLl aeaeftctrrestopcut1k C ti H w lUOUJCsi N Qsx orf1IP 1 4I I i r fJttj r T TiL1 v iiJ i h J THE NEWSLEADER J 1 Ii t 4 uo Pimps a 7Vl i1ifl4 J y i slinilaling theFoodatIRcUa- L1ngitSksaIBoIScf I Prom itest hCheeiru1 ald es cotalnsneilha iMot mrN1wraL No1kKCOTIC r il5u r1t AsIasl i IIv aiMw Jdr 1IIIfW ApecteMCdYfOFCOflSflPt tkin SowSlotNthD1arrb 4 WsonvusionsYcvcr1SIt icssidLosSOFSLEEP feTacSwk stfCOt 0AEW YORX f f COPY QF WMF9 t R9nUOJNfJtUBnER 119W fiJtCLES Of USE ARE MADE FROM THIS VAMJAISLE PRODUCT f o fcbnnt fl br Hindi to Sor 1J It nKDeserlp u oIo14Fo Syringe and t Atam1zer Aid JIItoneoiihootit staple atatoefpl zxtIcUsIiindCr4o There are Lot few uses to yjiichtho xvondcrf product cannot bo pat It ran bernado 1 j it Jifti or lard nswOOd Nnna is just as adapted for use as n hair caterproofIVJfcckct Fewpcop1eboweverarcaIabifciliur prcccea manufacture is w Uu the picdnct jtself Tbe1ur ntf of our rubber goods cwn fzonr13r zil vicWft1egrcuf producingcountr1it the jroxid Here of course hjudle their clostio cote und celerity XUbberworkt1811 toTtheuan who las JOjJltiJOj ibIodouB upScadIlCfcnl supplies the beEt grades cf Parebtnbtcr the best in fhc world arc gen enUiyjauL the ordinary commercial rubber is grayt bqt4tcbJpring isau eo y matter KifijiII clonet by mechanically mixing itthtl4r after it la Vrasbed and dried different iinds of pigmenta b j Jnckfor1hJnckI bejmawd Tvilh the pigment is run IntoTThomaking of rubber bonds is a sim plcinccesa Tliiu sbceta cf pure pmptVtttai faroi a flat tube of the requfred thY 1ueSS fhis tube ia then vulcanized dl vthsn Ms j f rantft Vjgointo fitrips f itLr rrcfT9 contain finely PO- Wpuinzctoncfi 5d oremery dust Thp ag5tIictruatcitnis ore mixed with tho rcgrfjgr mechanically which is thcu iittdldcQ into thie and vulcanized tui 1fIW1hcnt Jne t the most interesting processes rtbbergoodstI4ottMIbs ia ifqc and atytulzers nro 4uado from two a ci rubber but la1lit 1tr 8 POT jutting the rubber ct galvanized iroa put terns nro l1ecessnl7inpfcrfife tipts the smooth fitting of the eaW iiia three parts for hollow balls Jjisyj hovreTer bo rut frithadf If the iiouarepwofind 1tIcii nuir pr9W1Prbil t Ctlia SkWea1ea tu1 t 5ilyfaff J hclmTh lkcr diCD k ttfeSofte ncd rubbery annlftl1J ia Gj8r pcg1j8cca tthiecQ1lc pu drJt hIJubbc 1 coT and t t lk1IIpc JuUtpop rfp95i 5IIh Thbu rsst1nu1fiimIy too fto fJ toUibg tho Q1etub f1t ltU bctteentImbuufo-I fh J1is1Ult13QflC4f tbtvbujt If JCJES 1t1IntQfiIIjttI1igiL e nearnd4 hJa ncc1ftQ hntldIw rOth tIL114iiubaud foraflngcr oftt 4jIit3 Jnpuciefl tbccdgesflruil 1 dlstllncoZfify SHfocfccnrw r rcizhitaWhfe ijU fijnlltr acd us a Hunt touch 1 tfo iuaiacr jmts l Jsli8 to the orifice and tJCTjZttt1itI lord into the Vulb TIle fatttjalnibiOiT3cder this pressure ex l tbollntteucd Ehapo is lest iir a nt1Uothoj hfstil uir hudjtfatcr holaiuglho sides apart in 7mniiin cnl orpoleiscy lJC rtfy uiudo bulb JOV nsscd cu ncrMvbo armed wItliscl J Jjl l1Erxirbh crefuI1ycirc ai fjS twrj all- i tu6TJi etP 1 rccrJsrtgdy faz t rf oi oiT H r smI3 THAT THE FACSIMILE I SIGNATURE OF J ISONTtiE WRAPPEROP Bq oF CASTORlft j OotozlA Ja fnVpp In esMita bottles ody ljj knot sold in Inft Dont allb an jou6 to sell t yn ujrtUag tcm the plea ij jromlaa that it iiJnrt u good and wffl answer ertry pole n etktjrottEttOA TQRIA ftfIo 11I a n m- rt PPu j AIIl jj fr lijomwith talc so that the rubber will ad herto the insidei pf the no1dfo tcgi niold worker tlieuiinkcs e mOldiin his left iandf and with his right ge Iithw pattern worker is skillful will fit mold bo rothcnvise imperfect thp finished bulb is hOI Tbo molds ore run upon small tracks into the vnlcanizcr After they have be thenizcrsaro opened and the cans arc run under on ordinaxy Bbower bath which quickly cools them They are iheu un eyed then old8 twisted open and the ulbs taken outU tho work be well quhtWitbiuUsrnblu a Soico hatevery line nn1Jletter within t eomoM1sof Jibe bulb whilqthu sulphur ccmbin thertheIroom slowly revolv ingtnmbling barrels the bulb undergoes a tUcrougb icouriug Whcp taken out 1 f tiotylinSttf the dirty yellow ceIi Drifl which 1h the Lulba born en leaving 11I nowftmcoth theious fittings which accompany it use j buutsrRoTHE RETIRED BURGLAR What Happened to Him One Night Dotra In a Deep Cellar Im fond of lotetorssnia tho rotirod borglar abat I like em bost ppoked And sponking ofom coq cxl tho best way to oat lobsters is ntowcd You take good lively resh lobsters and boil em nndtbon upnotf s p o1orto1I battor and n little pjappor and some s Iiaill wlioa1 you boiled crrr anti may bo just a little tonoh of vinegar though some folks dot like any vinegar Iin em at alL Then you servo em hot 1 like to sprood a slice of broad and put that on my plato and ladle mnyibInkug lobsters but whoa I have stowed lobsters for breakfast I forgot Im poor Bnt what I sot out to toll you about was n live lobstera ttbroughed intda deep collar The window j gacssftmfrom the collar bottom to tho lower dgo fitOfcours n man cant w Vcryivo11P t1nwnr QJgetUnli out sy in ciiflbt shouhlVBUt to go in alinrry vqdlilow Ptnq On top of the other mak Ifng a sort of tops When I rcaohed down t rokup mylmg pgnin IsdidnistHka at first andtjJwas foaling along ipr1 it something grab bod my hand nipped it sbarji and html unit hung on I was startled instnntthotsome folks when thoy ain t going lo cook tho loliatqrs til If morning pnt em out on the grass overnight or mJyb own on the collgr bottomJ where thoyJ1llioop cool and fagood condition ond Id run against a lob stor put down in the Collar When X stood up tholdbgtor was flh1 yl1with on idea of throwing ibp Ilob titej off but instead of thati banged KMO against the big zino cylinder around the furnace Itsounded Ilike hittinpr A big irorj drum with a dub That startled me too1 Bnd when JIi stopped buck to got away from the furnace I foil over Into tho coal bin Tboroifwas n nhrtov opom glfn flio rIde of tim bin vtjr r59 1 1f i r down ono ioartl ata time as tJia com gotdowniom and Id stumbled over that and betof fell backward on the coall The lttbI thoughtJj clatteriniweagainst the board and falling on tub ancoalcoal I started a coal slide From whore the hoards hind been taken ou i the coal sloped up high against the side of the collar My fulling on the foot of it started the whole taco o tho slope moving It made JDoro noise than n load of coal dumping j Itlio sidewalk Stopping out of tho coal bin I knocked down the coal shovel lean ing against it just outside and the big furnace poker Noise Humph 4nd all this time tho lobster Biill hanging onryou see it waS mb somo littlo time to ell you about ffiott utlttookmightr1ittlo timo tprltn1l hnppon jAs tho poker banged down- S 1 heard folks coming flown the stair from tim second floor to tho floor nBovo the cellar Of course thoro ras just ono thing for mo to donna i that was to got out While tho folks vas coming down from the second flbrto orf1npver lot go till I stepped up on tbdorbt 1 LNtaW York Sun ofSentimental1t bytboi so generally in tim hair trade Their bythumystorioasingswl ioh they imagine inmates p f convents are constantly enduring tJnf ortunatcly for romance the unselfish emotion thus inspired in veryfrequentlyBovenoighths of the so called conj vent hair was never within the walls of n convonfc it is much moro aoly to have belonged to Rome hardy French or German peasant rl only too eager to part with it r tho fow shillings offered in ex change Less than oneeighth cf the so comesIfromof young healthy girls whether aro unns or not Of the real convent hair quantities come from France Germany and f Italy At present black hair being in great demand importations aro made from Fiance Beautiful glossy hair is also collected from the con vents of Spain and Portugal Pear ns Weekly SWADDLING CLOTHES Th oreyj EroTlnccs of France JIn France ovary young manner to whatever claus she belongs may say isspeakingof plndwroughtIAraomrtho broken tbrrods t1ti1tboultbtJ And interrupted oft I toknowFrench than this littlo piecb of hum le and exquisite poetry showing the stitches that keep dreamim prisoned so purely in snowy linen nothing moro motherly than the last wish of the careful embroiderer who bids a bird building its nest 1n up bits fallen from thofiuishcd wori and mix thorn with lie own matori ale so as tokeepnnd protect the im patient wing that is growing That growing wing is threatened with many nn embroidered and beribboned bond Loth intho present and innban in the past since people have b thegunmoro according to English notiontlThe swaddling clothes tire no Ion gor as tight fitting aa a sheath The cap vrhich covered tho bald little head and framed it so prettily with tsxucho has been given up Tho lace pillow for tho lolling headto rest on Ihas been banished Yet in spite of all this the infant in the early stages pf Its lifo is rort of bundle very much lIken bolster from which two ims and a wrinkled littlo face protrude Tho advantage this system is that the child is very easy to han die butthns its critics who main fain that the natural condition of tho spinal column isnqt a straight anatiff lino Paris baa made many concessions and tbtfswaddllng is less rig1j1 but the provinces hovo cot followed suit whilo 18 thp country ovary whore newborn infants aro tied upas hard and fait nS over Iu tho south of pattingi basket where it is kept in place by tong bands passed zigzag from bead to foot This is how wo pro pare our sons for making uso of their liberty However lending strings have lan given up That is pnp stop toward progress Twenty considcfodindispcnsnblont plo thought soand there was no end to their intricacies It ia quitO remarkable that awn dling cases bandd and various other fottcro axe tho only oasoritlaliy IVonoh contributions that ha vpeyor ipii19ntAi 0 for centuries bopri promulgated In Ffanqe Clothing oydry ono a la FrancaIso yct JthD lertilo Imagina tin irliirh could do thfs stoat 1 start at chlldreps tQl b qLoo1 jtlio paintingS andongravings of the Sevoutcenth 5ml veighteenth cpn juries nntl Eeovihplittlq creatures whOOS8PolI1S they gavb ujfthelr l 11 iJW1Gt ind lonz ft ljt j aprons over ri omo cr pmK cress against which a jewel hung inhteudl teething ring had to wear un comfortable costumes thominiature rpproduotions of their nronts clo 1rebodicusI d sumptuous robes vrhioh neces tohoith dancing master was ono of tho first professors employed rItneedcd the revolution of aimliplicity brought about by the influ cnco of jean Jacques Eousseau bo fcro children cculd be comfortably othedgirls lin muslin slips and hcelloES shoesj boys in short jackets borrowed from EnglishtyIes Ever since then we havo followed English fashions for our children und now America lays down the law with Its blouses its quilted somewhat old ish winter coats roaohijag fo the ankles its pretty Puritan caps trim mod with fur a thousand times preferable to the immense carica tureliko bonnets copied after Kato Groonaway But iam anticipating wo are still at tho swaddled infants long cloak In every Catholic family infants lira consecrated to wear white that is to 8=y placed under the protection the Holy Virgin by n vow which ea nol pefirlt the child to wear any colors but blue and white thosei tho patron saint for n fixed po ot usually n year or two sOme times longer in the case ofa girL This umstlja some romnant of chiv alrous tues of service professed by a knight for lila lady when ho worb her colors for it is not proper ly speaking a religious tradition Th Bnntzqn in Century A ratal Joke Sdmomedjcnl students traveling outbotralh between BoVillo nnd Cordova stuck a skull on the head of a cane and held it up to the window of tbo next compartment aor companying the performance with groans A woman opened tho door and tried to jump out when tho train was stopped and it was found th coatanother had fainted and an old man had lost his reaspuItCONVENT EDUCATION J Tlio Place M7irro Olrlt Aro freparcd Only to ippcpr Well In Society To show the transformation that womans education line nmlorgono- in IoFranceas possible what still remains of tb- d 0 ol forms and what now ones tbo future promises lask permission to- go back to tho last pentury whoa n littlo girl far from being her moth ers inseparable companion as sho i3i now was merely brought to her once n day by her governess Whon 1I12 years old she was taken to n convent wliorov wo ar3 told she ao qaircdII tho aooomplishuionts neces sary to the status of a woman who to livo in society hold n certain ace there and ovoa manago n household This may seem vpry extraordinary thoso who imagine a o invent as a prison or n tomb but Jtls certain that the unchanging convent has re mained just what it was when Rous scan was both praising antI blaming it The boarding pupils still play many games nUll hitvo plenty of ex orcise and tbo result ia that the usually in very good health Tho jatmosIpboro citernont Bosh1 tl1ooonvontsandII refer to the t IOisoanIarnppoor ing well In scoiot How is this done Bv keeping up old traditions e pedal formulas of a fortunately vanished period when a young gielloft tho convent only to bo married jShowns then at o cx supposed to ig nore no single shade of etiquette to do nothing awkward to bo hrmed from head ttofoot forthogmnd cora mony of her presentation at court These may ha puerile formulas but they separated ono onco for alllI from tho common people and thoy arostillpesorved bphind thoso groa walls that immare the past In ndf dition tho nuns who aro tho guard i freqaontlybelong atmosphere of hostility tb all prog ross this silent protest against both the good and the ovil of modern times confounded in the saruo tacit rropraaau are tho convonta worst feniiuroa fromthoestant could sop the parlor of tho celebrated convent of tho Visitan dlnos whore little girls come to tan 1kk o Sundays to their relations behind a double set of narrow gratings Not nil convents are cloistered Thoro are soinoVhora So grating separates parents null ohildron but there is nl ways a nun walking up and dow a I discreetly present nt nil interviews and nil letters sent or received must duringilt betwpcnmotbcraoddanghter whop1omocdacntiQn r nrolqsa In faVor than formerly fID ontz n in Century Oatelotttca Jayson Tbey say Dr vBrimstono either kills cr cures Dn IQ00bcttcrngt9uTimesV qiowwcrmscre ranch more b iiIaart whcnn fitdtm ia coming oil than tIt other Like many other mys t t rici of lJ t httI1IIiCt1iinu scl ret1 t 1i i r y Jdf to c UNTCLOMISERY rabit G RHEUMAtlSM 11C HXingWat Val1B1 JIfiu curecl it Ayers Sarsaparilla fruntoldxnlseryomknown remedy roiisiill d tho best r rsl1 cl snsitte1ItotpdrigArktIireet1incsending Jly1eandI b d laresscould only bobble pboirl by using n anne I had no ftppetltc anti wns nssirc by the doctor that I could not lire Tile pnln nl times were so awful that I cuM procure r itinjectiusb1lllgedIngave only temporary rollrt After xrylnp e t MenuresInside of two months I was able to walk without curie In three months my Jlinli began to strenjlhcif antI in the course of a y Molull days work as a ratlroaC blac- ksmithAVERS The Only Worlds Fair Sarsaparifla JLYEJt8 flllS euro Zlcadach Now ia the time to subscribe for ttne JEW3LFADER onlyfla year r A now tboory it the treatment of ughs and ld8 Tnnjj and bronchialJ manIufucturcrs of Dr JfcllH Pine TnrIIoney is truly n wonderful remedy AH deniers foil it on u positive Jttnnmtc epFur sue at Uaydori Robertsons Drnjj St YboreWeak eves nro made strong dim vis n made clear syos aro removal nnd- unulatcdtr lids or sore eyes of any kind 1woy bo RpcdrIy and cfTpctnnlly curcid lay tho use of SmtlierJands Eagle Eye SaKo put up in tubes auilnold on n qtianintte by all tinnier For sale by Ilnydon RoliortKon Iru gli ts 1000 WAYS TO CURE A COLD yrupvhlkeyalnineq ftorWIt ndniil vnjmirp n nl bTlhllJllnll1n rBrrtncurt s n aITlracatch z man uu4 be ral lt InJrcda who lalil up vltb a Lai to f blfIhfbbInrhnOIIpl1tfle13ct lxg iZy llet- RELIEF Insttnt rt b IseadEASY TO GET inort anionS erriytcfy i dlom n lntlmt llIereeaaybicomeInnimedts IfI for roc he buy CCWUtl1 to LiuwitiimCushmcn8 Menthol In hgji a Jewel Awr In Itaround PIWtra ft1 frrei feeling dtcpetauWr 43 jtti at trtt ncktd t tytf ablnnk bet IhlMlI4tNhh uaLrtbcrillTeccni inlool r bradwhrt tIII4andt EVER 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