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I Bgto tiIEold News 189094 4ji f w ci U T i i ew Vr No 8 KE 24 100 A t I 1 itl a Jsw ksss shew It s s d sc rssr s it Ii J aisas PowS ca f OUR county et of Wash southwsof Lex ImjloiEi3B o miles from Louisville on Bards tuwa branch nt Louisville and Nashville z railroad In a farming and agricultural dlv Crtct Two batiks telegraph and telephone t illne pxprttt office flour mills lumber Shards Population 1100 populaUon of ty Congrfes ion D 4L utu Legislature HmaShckmu Rep ntaUvltttState Senate Hon O j C MeChord Springfield Ky OIROUl COURT I Cr9ltl Court begins on the fourth MOb 11igio Fcbruorj My and October JCE Patterson Judge iJiW Bwe ney Commonwealth Attorney is F4LChpba1t Clerk Tj SlaiuM Maswc Commissioner f COURT JTQiiBrterly Court Is Held on the thIrd Mon Vdiyii January April laIr aid October Li j J d a OOUMTY OOOflT- ajl7C Q Court meets on the fourth Moo r vIuehxnonti BvUtsoy Judo WF Hooker County Cleric TS Mayas courtv Attorn jy 7R Smith J B Powell herltJAjJ Deputies Cnnkc tiers J mes F ittors coantyfcoiTe J tr POBryan Assessor JDVardfleput I Limpbll l county Tra4rt 4 INa nD I01o IiIi rerJ llj1udg xqiti ric uirahal 111 WQ toad city AttornoT luaanc OOURT 1 in January AmCIJthocowtsirche1d SJLvd Lober BAPTIST CHURCH G O Pugh Fctr Services every 9it1hyat 1L5Cm Mad S p uoday i Eho at 83J PrVr MeaUnou Wedj tc aeilMr nlghtst 730 p to it l UrtT BP Atkinson Pastir SrnceiI the First atdThW Sundaj s In each at J II a+n and p m I i CHURCH viHev ETE C every HtthJay at lia m aife p m Pr y if lIe1I lif jareryThnrsdiij night a CATHnLIC CiURCH err r1fcunyPuthr Sniiday t 8 and 10 otloclta w Service 2 lit St Rose same hotfr9 ORDERS Ifjjojfic lodge No 50 iaecta otcond ondiv fa each Washington R tfsuaptflf triry third Monday cRprlngaetd Couocll No 12 meet every Jurtll Monday KjciaiiiTn or Hoiroit M ueTepy icoond each month t Kjrigurs rtm Meet every Ir t Wednesday of each i OL aria N TIME TABLE rirrinl ana Departure of Trains l 4t 13 d 44 i1L Liil 4 0 4QArHprlngfleld ourv 3 30 fia 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DIRECTORY SSP1tNGF1ED tngtonOrninty5nLIci 15WOtttatjveltt COUNTY DIRECTORY ItcaUARrinY aJ1eftJSidney ctBldn dv CHVRCHDiRCTORY VTJTETHOpJFT CIIUItCHl 1YntbI PRESBYTERIAN LwsnnrtOrSeITtCOS ServIce1l1vq FRKTERW75L tonyeSpringfield 70e0t13L andlfaarihfimday monthi 1050N3reth603OS 820BouthLouIslUe7li05Ui LYLoulsvUleAr8 gtiarsnteedtOrlng 4lby u Odds and Ends of Gossip vs WHISKY The an WATER from Miss Chris tine Bradley who is chosen to chnen the battleship Kentucky at the launching soon to take plape that she will use a bottle of pure water from a spring on the old Lincoln farm instead of the proverbial bottle of wine or as has been later suggested a bolfie of old Kentucky whisky has brought forth qui te a shower ofcomment The funny para grapher on the Dig inetropolitap papers has taken it up and passed it on and quite amusing are some of the clumsy attempts at wit indulged in by some of those fellows whose knowledge of Kentucky and her people is lim ited to the reports of the tame ofour state as a producer of fine whisky fast horses and beauti Jut women In my humble opin ion Miss Bradleys decision is toI be commended if for no other j reason than it will throw cold water on the enthusiast who thinks that old Bourbon should play a leading part in every unction wherein Kentucky fig ures The fact is that the Ken tucky fine whisky beautiful wo then chestnut should be retired It has served its time and there are now otherxand more import ant things of which Kentuckians may boast and be proud one being as illustrated by th6 casein hind women of high ideals who seek for the pure in life rather than pander to suggestions from those whose ideas on l certain subjects are necessarily corrupted The redoubtable Jack Chinn Inotice gets interviewed on the subject and is very much opposed to the cold water idea and says that whisky should be used by all means Well onq should not be surprised at the stand taken by Cot Chinn for in him we have judging from liis reputation a perfect type of the whisky horse etc combina ion blowhard It should be gratifying to Miss Bradley and itto all good Kentuckians how ever to notice that the great her11dl j and elsewhere are complimen tary in the highestdegree II TT1 IItholadies who aspire to be upto 11itor rather in the peculiar tone andaccentused in ordinary talk have never heard a name for the new tone of voice but I should say that the term inter rogative woUld be very appro priate for every phrase 6r sen tence uttered by a devotee of ttie new fad appears to be followed by a question mark For in stance they do not make thej plain statement any mojce thatI it is a very fine day It is now like thishIt is a very fine day with a rising inflection on the last word Itsounds ridicu lou to some of us no doubt butt is the style The ladies have adopted it almost universally and you may as well be prepared to hear your worst enemy say to you some dayuYou are qI blankpiyttlank scoundrel but dont be deceived into believing that he doesnt mean what het saysb cause of the interrogative tone of voice for the chances arehe too is a victim of the new conversation fad and he may beJ prepared to shoot you the next minute FORMIDABLEI notice VERY the announcement isI made with a great flourish at New York that upon the arrival tt of the Vizcaya the big Spanish manofwar a big force of policettt men will be put on duty to pre vent any hostile demonstration This is done at the request of i the naval Authorities and I suptt pose the idea is to throw the Spaniards into a state of terror bysuch a display of blue coats brass bUttohs and billies This i sa very formidable move on the I part of the navy department and t will doubtless have the effect of completely paralyzing the Span iards and 1 can imagine the gunneis behind the ironsides of the Vizcaya quaking with fear at the very thought that an extra squad of policemen had ben ordered on duty in New York Develo5ementscihl be watched with interetand if it becomes necessary it might be suggested to our board of trustees to send on our worthy town marshal Dr John Grace to aid those po licemen m effectually squelching any belligerent Spaniards II is about the TODACCoDhi8I ting season of the year for the hardworking tobacco grower for it is just now that he receives his reward for a whole year of toil and trouble It is no doubt with a reeling akinito that experienced by the bloated bondholder in clipping coupons that the tpVocco raiser notstbe1iood priced being realized for tobacco ot Louisville just now The mar ket ishigh and with a tendency toward still higher values By the way a canvass has recently been made by local agents of the CQuntyr arid they agree that there is remaining in Washington county only about 400 hogsheads of the weed unsold This is an exceptionally small amount for this time of the year but it must be remembered that the crop Of 1897 was an unusually small one it being estimated that there were originally only about 1100 hogsheads all told Indicationsi now are for a big acreage next season TtrnNpiIcEsThe question OUR keeping up the free turn nikes of the county is still 3gi ttoting the minds of tile county authorities and various plans have been Suggested but UQi action will be taken until the magistrates meet in April Judge Litsey in speaking of the matter said thatjiejs anxious to adopts me good plan that will ineet withi the approialkb the people gladitIii to let the ontractoL keeping the roads inrepair in sections of two and a half or five miles to the best bidder and have one or two general overseers or to have an overseer in each district tosee that the Work is properly done Some good plan will doubtless be determined on and adopted at the next meeting of the court of claims Glad Tidings to ANihmuuflere Foleyja Tloncy and Tar Kiven quick pwtjtivo relief to all cases land un it Rdberti10lll A tETTKIt fROM TOMIXG LA GRANGE IAKAMiE Co WYO t Feb 14 1898 KIND EDITon Aftet fiveyears experience io the broad plains oftWyoming I would like to sayp few words in regard toit It is j n9trfairly understood by the most of the inhabitants of the eastern states They think it consfsts of many elevated mouoiains and a very rough climate But this is a mistakesThe country is not as rough as one might imagine although it Is very high being 6 Sbo feet above the level of tho ea W6 have here what we call va4Ieys and tabla lands The valleys are t Very wide running from twenty to one hundred miles in width and rum two to three hundred in length This is the general t average Some may not be so j large while there are many that I 8arelands are between six and seven hundred feet higher than the valleys But are similarto them in length and width The soilt of the valle and table landsis the same but the weather Is quite different The weather Int 8hvahIoyhave hard storms and bUzzards on the table lands The winter is not severe on eitIirman or beast for theclimate is dry and we do not chill as they do in the damp atmosphere of theEast We will now say something ill regard to the soil It is sandy hutverflerlile we raise vege t tables here most any Kind we l wwishi corn or small grain raised here on account of having no rain in the summer months but the grand valley iis covered with at Icoat of green buffalo grasswhicla grows six month in usually cut from a ton to a ton and a bait of hay to the acre which is fed during stormy weather This is tbebest stool Tberlari I h summer and it is not cold Ju win ter The cattle will do well ttu year round without being fed We have good beefcaUle here now that have had rib feed only what they get on i be prairies Texas4 and New Mexico sendI thousands of head vhere every year llet them grow one year and then put them on the mar ket They leave there early in the spring and get here in July and August Itrequires as many as twelve men and 50 head cf horses to bring a drove of 5000 head traveling from six to fifteen rciles a day owing to watering places The majority ol toe people here take the world easy seme live in dugouts some have loir houses1 covered with dirt roofs while some of them live in nicei log and frame housos Work is plenty wages are high and there 1ia plenty of money Yours truly S WHiaKERSOtf Q WITIJ OUR y y = a a y y tJRZIERSII Kotlces stock seed or pra n wanted or for tale or exchange Inserted In this col umn or Farm rs arc rr quested to leDd jn stock or crop Items foa publication ForSaiorA t tior good seed oats L Spaldlng tt t Mr Hugh SUIe3 of this county sold his farm of 200 acres to Mr Gabo Kefghtly for 5000 cash ttt-v n pale bthighclass coach and speed horses held at EsistSt Louis Jan 25th head averaged 2l5t i to V WantedA 6rst lass tobacco handI to work from 7to 10 acres of land Wili also sell boot gOanres of good farralnet land JO Walker Valley Hill Ky ittBarney Domarest avers that he is anxious to match Planet 2MJ ngamat any J aCer living bar Star Pointer John B Gentryor Joe Patcben for a race of two miles and repeat over the Hartford track July 4 I t I The value of all the live stock in the country on Jan 1 1897 was estimated to bo 1883959000 On Jiml J098t Itt was estimated at 82037012ooof showing an increase in value in otip year pf 160053000- l tfp A correspondent sizes up tho to bacco Dltuatfon according tb his own views as follows Tbero will beI about 200 per cent of tobacco raised this winter and about 90 per cent noxtsuramer iHogs bavo been Celling very low in the county at all recent sales Corns as low now It has been at anytime in tho last ten years last year excepted There Is no question but hat hogdwlU materially increase in rice within the next ajx months Now is tho Unicef all times to buyLebn non Entorprne J to Scott Hudson who had such splendid success laftt year with his cam- paignIng string if trotters wilt go down the urn this eeaaon with a strong string ot campaigners lIe will have three of hla good ones of 1897 King Egbert 209J Englo JTladagan 212 Medlumwood 213 and a number of other good puce ti J Cattle buyers say they were unable to roach the prices askod for cattlo court day with a ten foot polo Bays the Richmond Pantagraph Few cat tIe sold as the prices were putof reach for once Three cents was asked for the commonest grade and five cents for the best Between fifty and one hundred mu1 ton marirotjjelling from 50 to 810750 7 tt fKansasfI of las year 289407 wero slaughtered ro The number of battle killed was 83809 bead the largest number t ever killed there the first month in year The number of sheep slaughtered was a few hundred head under January 1897Ij t t Mr W 0 Rogers has been8courjhg the county for shorthorn heif era In Chicago and Loretto vicinity he pun chased twentyfive head the first of thIs week long yearlings paying much as 825 per head in some iri sl stances It Is said that e wants IoqC head and takes no prophet to fore tell that sborthorhs continue to y leavd the county at the present rate ithin twelve months they will be edromet bichEQterprlseJ II have traveled north south east and west Ion cattle paid a leading trader to the Glasgow hn suand II jtt4 vou thoy are not in the country andjnot even money can find them Even the calves are bought up and at IsIthat cattle will go skyblub in the next yep or two and I would not be at all surprised to see the present prices on thoLonlsville market doubled in the neatt six months The whole country liro the verge ot a J eef famine and riowst f 1 i The indications are for the biggest crdp of tobacco ever put out In Barren cofahty By night the skies are red plazbdihazy with smoke The termers in vlpwof the condition of the market ana the scarcity of tobacco werernat UfityInchincd to been intensified by the Louisville bacco warehouses sending out circa lars advising farmers to put In full crops The acreage of tobacco in Barren county this spring unless all eljfcnfl fail will be probably the largest eyer known l bind n boM toWmof Indianapolis two hundred fin e steers at 4c around the total aggre gating nearly ten thousand dollars Two days after they bought quo hun gSpninapolis where they wilTbe sold J P snippe1iii cattle tb Mansfield Jeffries Qf Lot isville Mndb n Kcyr Man of Him BryauOlilo Jan 13 1807 Gentlemen ForVoira I bud beon sut jorinR from Indiaroetlon Had n poori appetite und could not eat nnythlnjf containing gfoase sue lied constantly a worn out feeling After uhig ttire o 50c bottles of Dr Crilrtweirs Syrup Pialii Irini nov nble toeal anything my appetite cravesoDdcah gay It has made n new man me ELI oWE Waters it lUowno A TRIBUTE TO WASHINGTON A Tolco like turbulent tempest Rose up from the Wes World news At first twas a tremulous whisper But It grew ana Itswelled aiiil It grow Till over the sea it thundered Sped on by a West World pile And It made an empire tremble And the cheeks oft king grew pale For It iald trWe are tired of bondage rq a monarch verthe sea Our Lcurtoiiro the hearts of freedmen And our loved land must be free We will none of a tyriyitssceptro But will build in a goodly state Where none shall rulujbuttlje bumble And the lowly shIIi be woattt Then forth from i nivrlad scabbards Flashed myriad swords in lIght That bunt withthdawnlnR freedom Oer tna gloom of the sullen night And the bands that had rent their shackle Leapt up with the gleaming sword And tbe steel of freemen glistened In tho ranks of the tyiants hordes Gut 1bo1 trembl J at thought oftheir weak ness And hopes In their breasts grew dark- Abd they yearned for thaswords unsheath lug That would touch at the quivering spark Of hOJl that was not yet smothered WhonloHike tho orient aun TbRt burst Oer a lingering dorkucts FlasUiXl Ibe sword ofWaanlngton O sword the New World Spartan That gleamed in the dawning light mac came wlih the birth of frrtdonl And StrULk ht tbstrnnt might And cheering the hopes that wavered Ltd tho conquering armies on To theo bow a grateful people O sword of Washington In tbo foveHsb boat of tho battle In the cheerless cold of thb camp fed Where the hearts hat were braved falter the marchs weary trampi Thy swonl cheorodtbe ragged heroes And led by Its fliish and the They shattered thorchains of bondage And tho land of the West was free Then up rose a grateful people And they brought Jitii a signet ring And they cried AHhall to the monarch Washington shall beKlng But he 64dhI would have no scepter Let bjllld a dIystnth Where none shaUrujBbut thu humble And the lowly shall bo great Peace spread oer tbnjlapd ber pinions And out of the glorious West There rose the NoW World Nation With virtuo and liberty blest They hewed touo tyrants scapter- Buttboy bullded a goodly state Where none shall rule but the humble And the lowly shall be great Selected IUDB Irrliailuu Isrtbe forerunner to con uhlptlon Dr Uollfl Hue Tur Honey will euro it and give it and glvo Mich ptrongth to the lung that a cough or colt will not set tle tbbre t at all good druggistsI A trotting Rull The lutost thins in the way of n frotter is yearling bull thatth in at Garratsford Pa phonom non coea on a trot makes no breaks and can stop quarters in 55 and 55 seconds apd his shown a mile in t01IGeorge Lqaver who is onlyia tfl- earold bay l Children and Adult tortured by hurnni IImftsoottf81Witt Witqh Hazel Salve It great pile remedy Water Istboll NEV3LEADERl a I IE AAvankfort News y I facial to the NEW LEADERI FHAJIKPOBT KYFeb 22 The WcCbord IreiRbt ratQ billj ad the act providing for a corn i mission of three to manage the state prisons have been sent roI be Governor for bis approval or veto They are the two important hills of the sessions aDdI their success or failure will o watched with much interest byI tbe constituents of Senator Mc Chord of Washington The toarItl snmj point signed by the speab ers and presented to the chic f executive as a very inyilifig missive but understand tbat Goy Bill is going to append to JtheJ issingleotbetauIess favorable circum t stances mean its doom but seeing as bowto borrow the language ot theHeldvtheJemo Icrats have majority on final vote oh the IcCiiord bill that will push it through very hand some y over the GovernorsVetOI i is no cause fur apprehension on this score I of course expect that the firqns ton prison commission bill will meet witbtlM same sad fate but I think it will also get to the safety gate with Almost as muh ease as Senator MqChords bill I beard yesterday before the fellows alll left for home that Washington county would bay thred candidates for places on thaprison commission but I have not been able ttr learn tbeir na ues and J thinlc as I stated in my letter to the NEWS last Week that the report is an unfounded rumor But there is A bg rush for this newly oened pie counter Evey place that is not preempted is beinrg atftked oft in rugular boom style and when the reservation is really and truly opened for settlers they will bo in the push in numb r3 But that is perfectly legit imato and I do not blaDe the Democratsfor wanting wbat theyf nave earned The old assembly halls remind one of the deserted village of litararyfame today The bers hove taken the first reali home going vacation ol the ses e ssioned opportunity Washingtons birthday It took only the nec csaary suggestion for thewtt adjournSaturday afternoon over to Wednesday morning Ancdtoday theres notjt corporals guard on baud toenjoy the dullness of the scales capital city But when it it known that sown of the memberswbolivat accessible places In the state as have not visiteU their homes lisincebreathing spoil can very easily be xcused l The fate ptthe prison com is raissipn aud two Mc9bordfrclghl a biliswill be known by rr1nrsdal and mayhap sooner for they are both in the hands of the Goyn ernor However the action oftj the chiefl executive has been anw tici ted and believe 1fiIniJIGov Bradley Would more than likely veld botb treasures and that It would then bo necessary lifortitbusl ti i plicants places now prison commission growjs stead m Sly a dlllnd It almost IinppssIu ble to keep up with the woaldbelj1 commissioners tfud their homes T HoteIfmthevously and walkout For some reason I was interested in tbe yellow and followed him out On the steps he accosted me with tithIstmtiQw to git er buLl tbrothe ls legislater1 I informed my un to geeaIcountry but not Iron Washing ton county that it was a long j tiresome process the bil and land tb rou b before it reached happy desihmioi WeILan CaEwLdeawake blMIH18 aijIt0tH ttAJVxIlTtJlJfifJWX qilyeL1iht1eflt 1IWhtt lI t j 5 li- i J j r ICKYI H II I In efi 51 68 So U 25 I T as It if greate cropth18 of of In l a Ihe anpwered I bin emposedn by Bud Green jes long fz 1 m gwlne ter bean iI want ter git a injunction by the legislator fur him I then threw a little light onmy friends dilemma bv telling him it was to the magistrate at 1bome and not to the state law makers he must go with hiR- e grievance But in reality that is the way some people look at the Assembly as being a sort of public receaclefcr the troubles rall The commtHee on charitable idsJUutions which has gone toI visit Eddyville penitentiary IEIJhere on last Saturday and ltd rdembers willcome ba twithThe cojm itte compjaeditj Representative Thompson ol Meade Nelson of Haidin Hi nin ton of Bourbon and Has well of B reckon elrom the House and tbe following from theSe ate Senators Welch ol Jessa mine Jones ot Bourbon and Lay of Barren- Representative Gill of Madison county introduced a most notable measure last Friday and one that is destined to become a matter of moment if it gets up in the House It provides for a fusion ticket of parties and mend the state election law so foreI Office can be placed under two party devices and have the vote of both organizations counted i or tho candidate so running It deRvice question has been a knotty prpblfm where the Populistst wanted to run and secure the votes of Democrats in county contests This will obviate any further trouble in this regard = I Next week is the last one in which a bill can be introduced in either house with any pogsi bility whatsoever of ever seeing its Way clear to passage In fact it is a pretty generally a c cepted fact that the bills introduced this week are just so much time and paper and ink wastedl pracUcallynoshowi dup with pew measures an own of them are of more than ordinary import The calendars are full and tbe rolling clerk without time to rest well in but mark my words thH80nd next week will see more bills intro pc d than last and the week beH fore didjThe no ojorous minor measures are being killed or so amended to be small consideration The bill fixing the vout bfRJghtI cence ou cigarettes which ar mounts practically to the knock ing out of the little paper rolls will probably get through I the Senate the local option bill still being buffeted about like thin skift in a sea sturm his bill affects many counties Iaodif it passes it will deprive UU a dry toper of his daily potIns of 0 Be Joyful I ill be killed by obstruction filibustering Ute Senate IndI l not it will provoke a red ebate The appearance of thoan two ons of Democracy Jo 0 SLj Blackburn and Congressman John Rbea on tbe floor of tb- Eouse Saturday afternoon we he signal for an old fashion iKentuckv cheer from their adI irers They both spoke in the tsualhappr becausethey were talking onttleir favurite theme silver hey were given what sva al at an ovation Rbei will be eeleoted and Blackburn will be peI from Ibis State Noiuexlisugio Know uItyery brat tncdlcluo fur rrtftoriug tbe red out nonous ayatelntu n boathv vigor Is Electric Bitten This medicine purely vcKCtnblp nets by giving tone ithethuulate3 the lives anti kidneys L and aids tha n organs in throwing oil Impurities in the blood Electric Dlttcnt improves tho knpatltd aids digostibn J iis pmnonn ud by those who have tried It as thoury bent blood purlllrr and noie tOnic Try It SuM for 60c d 81 per battle at Hayd iut Robertson 1 STATE NEWS Jacob B C ft1an18S apppinl ed postmaster at Russfel ille j- Thekeeper pf the Lexington tollgate one mile from Danvillii has received a third warcingtr quit taking toll under penalty being blown up Gnards Kave been placed a the gater ItHon Johp W Lewis is vteiniir frequently mentioned us probajr ble candidate for tbe Republica nomination for Governor Kei lucky is almost certain to go Ra publican in the next state elti1 r tion and Mr Lewis would raakV tS good Governor flarifordeR ptibflcu h 1 Another indictmentagaibs1thVf L ani N under too ongad short haul clause of the CpnstV tution wasjtried at Lebanon and resulted in a hung jury ekOwlog to fears of smallpox the city council ati PTBevHle haH adptadau ordinance forbidding triSi HJiOD the streetiu public bUild ngb iibtLordering children to beJtepnr 1 omptI f nW H Dohn aprominentciti l zan of Mlddlesborp diedsud deniy The death of William Harry v Christian county man was causetti by hiccoughs We notice tbat the SprIngPia v News Leader Is mentionbotrr townsman Ron J S R Wed ding for the Republicafl nomy nation forCongressintbeFotirtl- district It seems the way every r tbf6g stands now that a Rep ulv lican will be elected and Mr Wedding will make a good marr fur the place We do not know yet whether he has anY idkaoY making the race HcrUord RuJ publicanI Somerset developed her pq r triotism upon bearing the fal rumor of Gel Lees assassinar tion Bonfires llt up the streets1 bells were rung and patriptjvf speeches made in which Spa tl was denounced and tba hope ex t pressed that war would besU y clared witbia the next ten days A Spanish flag was burned auJ de Lowe banged and burned il effigy V The Kentucky House basunarr imoosl invited Senator Forakerr of Ohio to address it Mr W 3 Bryan was invited some timeaibi to mrke a spqethand tbePppu lists will introduce resjoluttbir Initing Senator Butler of North Carolina Mrs Mary Treacy widow pr the late Cpt B J Treacy or Lexington has tiled suit againsT the Standald Life and Accident Insurance Company of Detroit Mien for 5000 the amount ofr a policy held by ih Captain iu that company when be met hii4 death in Boston last year I will be remembered thatCa fTreacy fell off the stoop of hil boardidg house late at night anfl landing on a fence one of bxiSpickets pierced his brain Cttdsiutp Ideath several days later y oDont send yonr xults away Ui bo dyIlL and pay 81 for it when with 30 to 5r- worth ofPutnam Fjidelcsn Dyes anden hours work you can do It juit aiwK No o pOrpnce necessary Just boll tlit goods with the dye and they are mtujtj Kood new Waters t Browne agents AAAMTPn ATOVCX Bright ronn mas to bimJH W 4Pb ta tritirtofng Oil and QrM SJar l zpsase BcIOH tlUroft furtta rt dllrICKEScaHTOlLCQilrASY tJt Uinmipolli t- ieuJustT Good 4 as Scotts andWe sell It muck cheaper is statement KMBctintf made by the Jrugt when Scott t Emulsion is called for Tkk Mows that thedrufsiststbc Khrcsrcrarcl i Soofta Emulsion t of CodLiver Oil wit Hypo oir hites of Lime aad Soda as the t standard l1K purcluucr wfco desires to proofee the Ms4a ilaMf because be knows it kM WM of ntold benefit t sliould notlM nstantthinkotagtbcief using some MAtued pIpa ratios Tilt sifcfckn F5llIOf sometWart said ttjfcs tiNrr turoolfot bi aMpHptti tsMj fire years m tJc mrsttho4igaet kpMI7tIic inWtM pirdr rrsee ad 00 all druggists SCOTT c BQWNE Chem stiNew p d T T Tr THE NEWSLEADER jl r eii DAVISON JRtt ThURSDAY1 FEB 21 1893 trI TnBjSiluatiou as regards then roceTft bloYn0 upoMhe battlett ship Maine at Havana Is full of interestr iUbquRhTasyet uotbin ofa de3rifte riaturq bas dcvel oped About tbe cause of the e j plosion Trhlch wrecked the groatd ship n1io kthObliVeS of 243 brave men This goycrumektn liassent an investigating doinu inissfon IQlhe scene and expert t livers are now engaged iu the work exploring the wreck and seeking evidence that will tbror liguton the cause of the exphc jsipn Agood many important dfocoveriss have been made but oiitYySiCause ol the disasters la th jeantimO the ajsads of the navy und 5vardepartrnents are quietly itha r aed aotve1y niaking preparations for sPy emerEoncy Army supJfo piLe3qpcIaU1mUflhtIQflS are belag- urdered and work on vessels 4being fitted for war servicei is being pushed JBACCOt3fIJS r A recent communication on tIe lei its bject 01 private samplingwrit ubyaLOUiII1OtObr theJ iHie Chronicle reads desire to endorse most t earnostLdtly th views so for iby ny MrM iLOiark n tbeques tionof again permitting private r c sampling a measure which un fortunately has since been adopt ed by thaClarksville Board of v Trade Mv opposition rests mainly on the knowledge tbct this measure will inevitably bring b 1 on again all those frauds UdQ i abuses of the recent past whiCthM were perpetrated by means of false packing and by doctoring p and manipulation of samples it Hf ter inspection precisely such un afrtuI as were exposed by thea late piRciaUuvestigat ion of thek Ularlisville Board of Trade For a p it has been well observed andv commented on that some of thec sama partias who were the chief perpetrators of such frauds bothh in thrpaeking and sampleO Manipulation afer hawing kaptb shady for Awhile last year u hedb largely into the loose opera- lions because they calculathdc and no doubt correctly that tIe- ejanged conditions of th5export f Clements afforded them the doll hired opportunity to praeticfc once more their scientific pack ipg devices which ai is well- sknown consist in hiding the bad ihad exposing the good tobacco in order to obtain a goudsampla from an inferior hogshead The leopard cannot change bin spotS neither can the crooked packer change his methcds Let the Clarksville Board lprofit by the ift y exderieQCd of the recent pusb whi2h surely cannot be for gotten and let them forthwith iebonsiderand rescind their votev IjSthe desire of your subscriber fBbxA wnWkoows yrJt The Maiue Disasterl v 1 The American people are just They are quick to resent an in suit and yrompt to puuishanof ffibder but however strong their convictions may be they are too jj4 i f enter ta verdict of guilty iVis long as there is ai reasonable doubt of innocence This is the state of public opinion as regards the terrible catastrophe 5nHaval 1nahri6rl1tu fred and fifty eight Ameri i canseamen under circumstance most horribc and the destruct joi not tba superb type of naval architecture the bittleship Maine one of themost pDwerful tar ships inrithBUnited States aVySMl I b 0 Nation ou1iDlngbu cqued wi h ibeiirIhfis aflnt1ercurrn Ii Ml mdiRnatloir incited by tb- grave suspicion that this terrible Ios was noV the result of acci gdtiout an act of tceacuery This theory seems jjustified by too murderous character of the Spanish officials in Cuba tLe strained relations that oxlSl be 55vAep thei United States and njinatid the iK pnla1oPinion1l drat Ute Spanish t J K odiJ acfopTany measure that = W i D e i a wa my great aSiction for a nura bet of years Doctors did not help VtnoByafri0nds advicelbegan using your medicines and was perfectly cdater taking three bottles of 1 JzJ JBpnY173 a1b rry ti rrNL = r 5en CAt1WLLS I PEPSIcostiprLogJIis lWl11 itoiLet a loss upon property or subjects of a Goyenuienc they ddspUe as heartily as they do the United States In spite Of the fiicbthat circumstances SUp Is port ththery tbtthe terrible ragedywas the actof an ene t the United States ami t bhatt the American people are loth to believe Ih IJ the Sjjifliijth Goyprn 5ent would instigate and hQS l r Qerome IP abettor rB dptm so bohca They will not declare he Spanish Government g iHy o5r edc tor hold it responsible ntfl they are cotvioced from the evidence thut it n iuUy The inyosii Cation that h 15 been set on foot shquld hrinjr to liffl t fneis sufficient lo determine what- aused the hnrror find sit nI this iisjisoeriatned theraraiy belt some basis for an dpinUra as to puiu connection with the are ir UAtH the inves i ltloit i10I j concluded it will ba asUnerlt t Spain is iinaoeeul atItheI ovnrrj men tat Washington wilL coi JUicIUens 1H c f lThe best Ihe in till world tirsHyiusps Soros uk4Ilr Uttar SIbcFavar ftorcs TethT fjicppMl Unus Coijblrtlr3oornsr und alllhkJii eritUons gqtfI Ttisf cilnn or money rwriniilw- irtfrll8W its per hox at Uxvdoii it Hu tiMThtViOlI ErcrrlJody CaL Sa Ca fsirU Camlr Ostlusrtls the ntrsl tonI hitultUI tlitoicJr1Qlln Olrim Turqj fifIUtuW1L6cd to euro 11 ifltrug14s t IsMcINTIRE lN Our Spo hl wrp iJecOur comruunity was greatly ted over the tragic deathofo lr AlThea GreenwRJl Fridayr evdning Ybile trying td pnXp late dp on a house he was build g the log slipped oil antLfelJ hIs head breaking hissUuU Ig nd mashing his face almost fiat t DgtiD instantly lie lQaes e wife ucd onoclikL Mr G ret eIl lived nearer the BlinjJQ vi aily than this there being oura brothels and three sisters vjiih is family to mourn his death nly about setfin weeks agbhis sirter Mrs John lligdou her last The remains wore mid to rest in the Catholic Itt pljngrlold bundav fIf family have the sjuipathvof a arge number of friends aud ncq ain tapces Mrs Tbps Mclo tyreIs on the jck Mtt MIS Teresa Qabourneiwho has been ill fur saveral monlbs siwpeuvingsIow1y t Mr and Mrs Vill fahoVcy visitpd her lather U J3 Waters Saturday and Sunday Misses Lena and Ann RjulP BUudford vlsitid itip Msges Smith atJ hepnlds Run JastiSun day v ELMrs Annie Mcintyre visaedi her parents Thursday Misses Lossio andMary Rose Fields visited their uncle Kobert Hill last Sundav 1Mrs Anue Goodo wilf h vefa salel ol household tITects anjli farming implements on the brM of March Mr andMrs LTctcl Woatherr inicioo opened tbeir doorsror few houis Friday night to the jounjrser of tbe neighborhood toeijny themsehe in danoipg At seven ocicck many guests ilwere waiting fr thc bind which 3waswhen they arrived they dacced until tho hour of twelve when they bado the kind hot andl hostess goodnight and thanking th utfor thVir kindness all re tuud hoping to meet again Don eT2IfrcIM nn About KA question indued with tln fO win have uftcilI1t Uut that Jokyt lC1Ino v Cure is nDaulntely relmlile rill all Ulflnjiv und bladdoM flayInILrukorIen a ebcl ElerUon Hill The Gocbel election i ill hiS already pawed tho Senate which it is reported will not as Kinootn soiling in the house is objectionable principally becrtiise lit is nxainat self l1criuiSiJt1 It takes from the hands of rue Cunt v judge the right toappoint cUCtino jfiic rs n1 places tliaCi owerinthel haudi of thr c coinunsstohors joll i uppointed by n State IJnaryl ol 0 10 missiOners It not iill evidence I thut the Couniy Judges iiro not 1Eare 1 stransers J iILO loctl sfI IIJ J OCt tt fict it stiwk f4 au iba- Cointy itf Jti5 kII tl of elltcIl1iJn rtti p tIt j jrll u rltHrqt1lIcS in hii bailiw icty is in butter POSILL1 r Rherimatis l R bloodr disesoa1t1 only a bloodrcine dy can cure iit So ninny people malic the mistake of taking remedies which jhectare ouly tonics aud cannot pcest fly icacli their trouble Mr AsaSinitbV Greentastle Ttidwr yl Forcers 5 RhcumaIUt i r5v LWO untilwir un rable to take Siy food or baudlc myself iiu any way I wan nbo t k lutclybelplecK Three p bottles of 5SSrerfHen me so tlint II was soon able tp move 11Illthen I baa finished one dozen bottles cured completely nndtcm ns welt as ver I now weigh 170 t A Real Blood Rema 1 II- II SSS cures Scrpfnla Cancer Eczema YOIl1IRYClbloocl k talile is exclusively for the blood and urcconinieatTcd tor nothing else Jtj orces out eke poison matter permaneulr I ly j We will Swift books eii ur valuable Atlanta to l Specific Adtiresa anyone S S S n a lm tJn nJiituC cluctin olhcinla trin HHV one elsel l siionsibiHtyirjrtatiitgl hud ut hlrnoHtcrhiffio corruption siii there iis Qfa coinnnssioii ltks attempt tQ transfer authority = ftm tho Counjy Jmlgcs is a reflect ion upon liltso officnls ami there nothing to warrant it II tleyth r opt compotcnt tlo provide tfor honest tr CIIJlS they ari not fit to if ltontlizetihainjfshould bo removed The thjtb tho mutter is Vhat nu effort iabc ng mnde to place their eirtire ekeC ion machinery ul the Stirtc with three iier cns vho will be cloih nutliprily lhat is very dan lCllwilh itrid wfio will bfi responsible for 1h Ir acts It w urge fldhyhitt crupiUn1n the election oi 18D8 hitS uniiietliecrcati6iiofsuch political ohcmc mippratii0 foiTthe protection of lire Dinerattchf lic narty Wj do nut believe it The DeraycratiQ is a linrty of prptn j ciplo and ciuhi on its rneritlll Ifii ciin not oven hon at lbjlower f the purl would ralherit gtr down In defcHt Huctidumting that the prii ty itCendiiigered oy the Iraudji lent conduct ol Qur oh cliona IllIreusonuDla to suppose that three titate ellleuoh pommissionara are capabU ot piipprcssi fraud ii iit cip no be dune by ono hundred iud ninety comity jutl es or ibat- ij ra ciiaier to influence ono huh drctl and irineteen men who Vro under soleinriouth to uphold the law to commit a wrepg than it wouldbo to orrupt the three njern cnrd1Wcr1tlrerc Is no crying need for the enactment of tht proposedlaw titid vhile iiU opi bseir b caifto such a mMsiire ill not Uceined ncbessury- it is particnarlv jectipneble be cause it places tire braiul of iiI honesty upoft every joter of the Sate nd impeaches thJir uhiiity t maqnge their own affairs llinvtlle AilvocVte l A KerioUx EUMlii ii that of n pftn on xvlo tlmiiKli noKtvt nl seemingly trhrial coiigh or cold thmnti nwl hy ilmt dad ui troycr of mankiid cots niitlBn Do noliiegj led uooittor coi hliQwavertrilllni It a inoiRVre of consumptioni DiMtoUA find Par lJoiijy will curefn ouph oij vId in oniixtlit and oxiilfnito the iuiiKs Hxainstths Inception of oJ danger Death On The TracK JuluvHay alias John Norris eolurcl w lfs kill by the pa 8enjer tnin on the Bards own brunch us itwaeoniLs way to Suritigfiilfi Frtihiy cTcningr Tlio negro was lying qslpiithe track with his headristL1ig between two extend ing ties car ilvo liars ofa etcep grade thjs tidc of Iliintcra Depot Jbo traiu was runhhig rapidly down the gri leand Erjffineei Clips I6T did not nbaerve the win until he was wrthin about forty feet of bun Although tbo whistle WitS tlirlIIino5t4ti5tantly t tllcbldy was plrtced on the train and braughfe to the depot liere when Uoroner Donohoo empaneledl 11 iury ind held an inquest the yerilict bting in ncoordance wiCh the factssijttedabore Ray or Norris cahie hIllajteIIIOhl eozhe tiruo tO aria it is sjjifl bo had EtortefiOtt lu ivtiirih to hal toyn when lie met his death Hoj loaves a wife who ij JJiving in thr ejutliern part 9ttho tlawn Tliere n strong Ruapicion n fiiiky tn1 it Ith V fht thut ItIra kiaittpaeiliej r the lrickjiy tbwxa4ret Tbe officers it1i ih ivsvutiee il rltc mat ra i s jiue bitnluc dcvesopnunh iInr f How Nclccn Recoid Q T T f t f r y f f r y f f ff TOQ BE GIVEN HWIYI i GREATEST PREMIUM EVER OFFERED I jt Free to New Subscribrs to Old Subscribers who 1 Reriew and to those in 1rrears who Pay Up 1 i li arrangements with the publishers the NBWS LEADEK has t8oonjo a limited number of paid yearly BubacrJptiqns to vfARM AND TRADE Twliich we propose to give away as fpllowa To new BnbscrtaersY to old iv fraubsarlbwra who ronew and to Bubsorlbers Indebted to us who pay up and Xoontinae their sub crlptlon ci 4 ft Practical Farm Joarixal i-1 FA M ANnTnADE is a practical well eIted high claaa monthly jjJ1 homp aid tarm paper publishedat Chattahooga Tonit subecrlptJ price 8100 a yoar It w interesting to the home circle aridljejpful to t farmer Alll our readers should have it5 njjQUK FREE OFFER twill orpirowhon wo havo given away all the paid suhsoriptioris con j traoted for Remember the number la limited apd qurreaderawhawiflh 4 to koadvantrigo of thia remarkabie offea should do quickly Ue member for onJy ONE DOLLAR you got the NEWSLEADER and PARS AND TBAD for one year Address E L DAVH30N JR Publisher NEVSLEADEB SpringflelJ Ky J Al = c STUTTERNG CURED REV G WT RANDOLPH The Gr ntVoIcr Doctor of tho World la now at tho Capital Hotel East Mar lot street L niiyillp Ky perYormlni Avondorf ul cures on those who etam of stuUir neverlJand arrange to uytbKt Inn few houra time lIre Randolph has them talking roequire tbbel to who does antOodnnoIThere are Uireo Uttlo ihlnir nIch do one work Ullttl1 than nay othor thrca Uttltf thlnuJj rCLtdthOL are tbo ante Irot Iudt 6V fits Little irlvI ers Uttlllbtnf tho IDOUS little llls fur omnsuli and liver troubles Waters A rovne V ViltiiGabhe 11 t A Telegram horn JJuJucah to the Journal say j Mrs Minnjo White tbilaj nlcfn suit For thvtiiccin ttic Circuit iCourtagainst licr husbind Major White a ufciiiber ol the dry gootis rni ofrEly Dipple i White She alleges abumlonmpntvund sues 9r1 2 OOOa ll JIYalrcuIJy Having that amount ol prqppirty atiached 11C liuaband aljo oa itliytjic caught her in tho room of ProfmibbeiU- bhiO u school toailierawl q promi ent member of the BujHiat church last Sumlay A big sensation hiss been createdover the separation and divorce Why not1 da be y Yr awn l PaybutonoproSt between rnokcr and usor and that a small Jast one Our Big Pass Catalogue and Ottyr Guide proves that It a possible TVeighi pounds lllustrutlons describe and tclletlioonoprofllprice of oer40OOC articles evcry thing you use We send ll for 15cpnl thBt not tqtha book Jut to pay part of tho poetacc or ospressaso nod quick Ireepofrldlore Ycupantjgctittoc MONTGOMERY WARD CO The Store of the People Ilfi6 Michigan AVtp Chicago t G g JPATENT8 I DESIGNS TRADEMARKS t ndU5 r thOllt i rott1prjl n TCHurrourlnIUonnOOcwJ XAM1IAZ and reiortea o us cr CHRGC 1iivnIot or now to cw futcitKnt fice tL 1 OTARRILL FCWLCrU Otpfi ElL 9 cad sln1mn fxsn asd i rirattthl- 2zYyFsYL tYU1fTflD Upon Every Bottle conutneDrowoFinoTarIConey 1dostgn It Is both trademntleinjj- Buartntcoa warrant that theracdl cnricoughSmore quickly Ian than any other remedy DR BELLS I JI y IyreceIptofn C EilWbuuHMklM c IMMk onIf 1lmmediatelv TO RIGHT PERSON THE BEST PAT EVER OP PERBD FOR STMTTAR SERVICE The eollllOpOliru MgdedkdbyJoiio Busis Wtxu wlsbei to add a quarter cia million to clientele already tbOfrg raadcsipouesudby IT IS PREP ARBD TO PAYiJAm SOMELV POR ASSISTANCE REN DERED It wishes the fiorvlcea ol one reliable man or woman Jn every town village country district or every8tateono la reliability earnestness and work No matter on what other work you are engaged it will pay you to examine into this offer Apply stating portion capaUlity and refet taces to THE COSAIOPOLITAN MAGAZINE Irrinitoaou theUwUoa New Yoik orliJJdron the best cough tOIl cold ibhied ever discovered Dr BeUa tine Tir Ilftnov1 It is pleasant to take smut perfectly harm Jes3Ono dose at bedtime stops the cough alt night It Is guarantee tto Iurn croup and whooping cough 25c at lull druggitts t NEWS LEADER 00 a year Wantedfin Idea rroteot ronr Ida th r liiay bring you u aliiVrtte WmiDEHUiunS PatontAttc 4eS WasMoctou for tblr ttWO prtib off riitst ot tio bonire4 tjycntUrne wanted CASTORIAI Sror Infants and Children nlroell bCl- lisu= IT1t7j t VZ YA rhJ j j AYEP91For five years riyhiwbamlsaflerod from scrofula The bs at physicians in our city pronounced the case incurable Sores appeared eating into the mouth sad throat The jugular vein was exposed tho tongue entirely cat en away the palate and tousijs eaten out and thero vfiia n large tor on the of le thioat After everjthing else had failed he tried Ayer3 Saiinparillx lie had to take it through a tube as his throat was too sere to swallow Now after years of terrible suffering ho is fully restored to health asd ho is able to work every day although his speech b greitly 2cctcd ty Uio lo3 of touuu and palate Ka Eo L FOSTEli VTCmhicton Del arsaari If 3Fw ven years I rufferednith that terribdscnurge scrofuli In my sIe4er Aftd arm Every means of cure waatrieJ without succe iv I had a HtyklMi who tried in every way to hdp me I was told to take J i j araparilla I immediately began its use anti after taking seven 4 LotlWs of this temcdy tho scrofula was ehtirely cured MrsJ A GENTLE Fort Fdrficld Me CurestcI was a great sufferer from scrofula being unable to do any work for twelve months Nt one of the doctors vrhtf attended me nor any of the rnedicihifa I took did rae any good My friends supposed that I could not live One of my physicians induced mo to try Ayera Sarsaparilla After 4 wlag eight bottles 1 ain perfectly well GEOKGE TOWNSEND French Camp Miss the worst forms of- FoMnany years Ayers Sarsaparilla has been one of the constant rcrne Sties used tnth lomq for Little Wanderers and havo fouhd it valuabla- In lirhinating humors from the blood which seem to have been inherited bpecidly saof ula arid other skin diseases Rev U A COOPER SupuN E Home for LltUo Wanderers Boston Mass cJ5 croifijiaPr Ayers Pills are speckillyadapted for use with Acers Sarsaparilla Ihey promote digestion and keep the liver bowels arid stomachin good working order 4 Nc Wash Goods f IJrI M gin ItEiubffi i a UilD JllllI Gi t f it Wo arq now showing fit warrdC rn i4 iTt v iPlete Iine5ofVask1Goods and Embroitlr les In ts J t 11 Percales 0ingliams Jn k rJinets ir OigindiesNasoo1si Nainsooks y Swiss t Fine Linens iaitah Silks Etc t Sp4Thiistocki is large andwell lei em very low Call und sep then f X r We have just completed our Annual IaybicejanS ba e rnadel Job of Several lots anionof th6m is re J r 15 smaIszi Frock Suits Jzesat 35 and 3G vnrtbfropl 1 tto 18 will give you choice ot thum for 3 One lot of Pants worth from f3 to 6 cbcucV2 Ono lot of Hats orlhfrom 2 10 f8 choice df5c COme and see these sends if you cap use theni they ore bard gains an should not bumissed iIJWe Ire offerinisjppecml inducements Shoos e ioVer stocked and thcV must gor therefore Ahe cut Oonie in lap cgtfsj and get time hcrilit of these low prices v yS IWe are selling Galicpjs blade and brown- ttonst hjrlfngs Liuns eicuapijtban thor WPIP ever so1diamtthiStownl We stUjt offer special nduceuionts lo Q8sh buyers lh i We thapk our pations and the public fqr Their liberall patronage of the past and solicit a continuance of same promising9ji the lowest prices and tha best seryiceS CUNNINGHAMf DUNOAN v I M BURTON e rnA yOk sn JVSURTOCPII i lmXJhYDOi SnZLkAnEu IIi llertakers andd funeral lteGirS j uQrr s Jtl OAS E tA 1I fS BURIAL hhOF ALLIQNDS RUBES FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day 1 or uiiht f The services of an EXPEH1ENCBDEMBALERaS r graduate fromjichopl of eajUalmiii f huvebeen aired fK V v v 2 i L raGAr BLOCK SPFNGFIFLLL KY 7 iIIL51LAj5 t a= =V Y ti Trlre f Having handled the above buggy R J lrafor the past fifteen ears and 9 p Ip1 1 fRTddV son and Marion counties I beg leave u V to refer any one wanting anything in the vehicle inc to the following partiesi who havebeen using the Old Reliable Buggy For years 8SQhel1tham Tbo E Wilson ilr3 Nannie Scott Sham Bishop IMrs I F Arnold Lytlt Kayet Ohas T Loonp Ji S Turnkey 14b v 4 S Main jompsonjt1 t elowl T lj Hotel FORKASH 1 i yW5Mf Y p F The B1iokellscrfc Typewrli DURKBLE PORTABLE INiINCIBLE t PRICE S35OO v r 4 If FHlly Guaranteed Hon can it bo done Simplicity 1n ddnj s uctton nOd not belongingi to the Typewriter Trust rcs6U In anf ton tproduul a an honeSt price The Blcknsrlerfer lyfnstrictly seienUflr principles and of the highest grade matermL and is eattiuTteed twice HS long as the 8100 Trust raachinesaSornoa dititrtlvr features Visible Work Portahlhty DprabllitInjelSihatnthbie Typ doing away vmth ribbon nuisance tvarvtc hfrtrtn ini etjrexcellad manifolding etc I i TheBticrtensderfer jsihe only Hi1het iAwuird at Worlds Fair Improved Send for Catalogue and tpewriteClrccelV jS5z-i MOORE BROS t GENERAL AGENTS illi15 FAYETTE ST 018 F StUV r BALTIMORE MD WAGTON Do o LiiT = it JllE NEWSLEADER j tL 1W sYElt ThURSDT MqjING JT i PRINGFIELD KiY- Rltrid Ip PAIDJN VcC LIncftl pJlJu3tUi5ssNoices 10 cent per forJKAj e rwon l initlSII i j Obltnarlos aadrrnolotloosl Qf respect 8 pr1I ri 6uxxr3 AoIIy fadstnites ut 0 tTomceltl n 51 Dbrfct OBlccs i 1000 5 r F it WILDER jI DENTIST i ill Dental Operations Performed TEETH EXTRACTED r JTUOUT PAIN dlt n Sprfntfflald evqrjr first Than day and Militay each mouth OFFIpEOvcrPdstmve r Malu qfllcprJiG j1S5 Fourth MOp 1 Louisville Ky z Jos 3 gssELte ltDPHYSICIAN SURGEON I OFFICE HOUR3 DtolOAMaud7to8p3t- QlJ3i fi hijtlc0hord Rc bnr son Bldg tW F NEiKJRK t rroRNEYr AT LAW b t rrOFFlOE with Q C MtiOnono JsTlJl F RJNEHARTI OllGE HOURS 12 t02 pl m Tii EVERY DAY 1 4iff 1 jj1 SP KING FIELD KY mt Jji i BOW i RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED W JTHOUt PAIN zI Il r I i9FFlnE TlHsaa Block over Munfk- I 1 RolUllore 1r SPRINGFIELD KY rjGrowar and Brldga Work SpsclaHy j tJ S B HYAN4 UqTIQNEER iII Lan arid Stock Sales a Specialty I t SPRiNGFlEL KY bR CAtDWELtS SYRUPCURES INDIGESTION PEPSII NI j t DR J H LAMPTON OFFICE ilm ncu lorintrs OFFIOi Wbonyou jtako a little for totomaeh48 sako bo sure tha you Wlta PURE ARTIOLB 1 t YSID 9M r j am Keeps nothing but 7 URE WHISBJES k llIRE BRANDIES t PURS WIKES4 CORDIALS I rilGA DT nAcoIi r M F- rr jF GREENE Prop k Wall Stie Lower Eiid of Sew Robert joII Btting t illBEN Moca r L i BLACKSMITH c H orse hoeing jjftarriageBlacksmith Repairing gl uarantced to An work satisfaction at the Casey shopaIt KYSPRINGFlrnLD jj=F weir Ub Cl1l1cartU J JgfleJso rfJlIl llI U01 sr catllolrtnICi rl1lCC rnnt 1Sc tlu by your Jlug 11 ng- Von dl y ldIIfo M ukJcltlhg a WJ r1Ak to our U6Jn Curo ures s 4zo rlppfi and Jill other nn col eiup rodblcs Waters ibroat a nu- 101neW j r ttE t eEI Ef I EE EiEE Etc f 4 f m ABOUT TOWN lI- i t3 tJJJf tftttiltJ3J tttaJt3t t t ii t tt a i Next Monday will b0 County Go it day t FRESH fish every Wednesday and Friday at Jos A Shaders NEW Goods at Mansfield Qlaybrookes pry goods hatsj shoes clothing gents and ladle a furnishings The ladies of the Baptist church will serve dinner county court day DRF R WILDER dentist of Bbuis lllei will be herernext Thursday and Friday to attend to his patientsand wait ontho who may want work done CALL at Mansfield Clay brookes and see the large van i ety of beautiful and useful pre A WELT equipped Klonkike company will leave Bardstown jTaroh 1 composed of G W Robertson Harry McKay the insurance man Lud McKay auctioneer and Dee Beam distiller THERE will be a missionary rally at tho Christian church Willisburg Saturday night Mch 4thi Interesting address Stirring songs No collections Everybody invited MRS MARY OGARA widow of William OGara pnceamerr chant of the town died at her home on High street On Friday IbStiTho deceased had been in tuihehIth for several years She leaves several grown chil- dran SIM CAMPBELL auctioneer reports Danville court Monday as being well attended About 300 cattle on the market andI selling very high medium grades being sold at 41c Ho soldfor Mr Johnson 12 cattle at 3725 per head Lots of plughorses but ho demand for them A fewI mules on the market and buyers scarce for that class of stock bidding very low No Southern men at the market Hon JOHN D FOGLE of Leb anon and well known as fc lawyer and politician died last Friday from the effects of an overdose of njorplrine Col Fogle was well known throughout the state as a skilled criminal attorney A few years ago lie represented this Senatorial district in the Legislature and made quite a reputation as an orator Coli Foglo by mistake took twenty grains of morphine to check a severe pain from which he had i f been suffering for several days 1REISS NORTHS company of comedians and jubilee singers are still holding the boards at the opera house and will give nightly performances the balance ofi the week Tuesday night tliey played Uncle Toms Cabin The house was crowded Owing to the nonarrival of some special scenery and the absence of some thelperformance 1 compauv Jlr J D KING representin the Winchester Artificial Stone and Marble Co is here this week with a view of interesting local parties in a plan to start abranch manufactory for the making of artificial stone Mr King is the patentee of a new process of jf naterialmaking stone building trimmings tombstones ett tu1 will probably1branch concern herewouldglve quito a numberenipI ymvt 05snd would be a good enI r1rls MANAGER JvA MUDD of the Washington County Telephone Pp requests us to explain to the patrons af the telephone service that the cause of thfe trouble relIin 9J capable of holding one hundred lines has been ordered and will be put m place ina few days when good service will be fur nished The popularity of tile telephone is increasing and the demand for more instruments has made it necessary for the company to put in a larger ox change board MR KIT CHAMPION an old citizerifof the county diedat his pikeeabout four miles from town Tuesday The deceased had ben in feeble health for a long time Hewas a veteran of the civil war and received an injury during his service from Which he riever recovered Ho was drawi ing the largest pension of any veteran In the county He leaves several grown children PERSON L Miss Mag Pope is home from Lbn Isvllle oa alt JIrc Richard Spaul Jlng ofcLeti anonyB8over esdal MssKite Hundleyl at ilast ro potaJ now ohtroif danger 1 Walter BrWno is vcryiJlj with an attack of app ndlcltn TWD Clarbrooko wont to Lou i1 villa this morning on business C Brent Roberts is homo from Centre College for a sliOrt stay Mrs Will R Thqrman was in Lou nisville tho first of the week visiting friends and relatives Misq Rico Thurman loft Monday for West Point jKy for a visit tocher sister Mrs TS Wright Messrs WIL Moorei and Emmett Toryear of DanyillerKy were herd the firatot the week gettingd0nIcelywill covor J W rT M Car representing the Mc- Cormack Machine Co is registered at thp Thurman House tMrs WSP Bookqr ohiortafned the Encore Club last Saturday afternoon Miss Mattie Robertson winning tbiprzQ rrMihS Henrietta Spaulding whQ has been the guest of Miss Katie Cain returned to her home in Lebanon the first of the week HilfcLaterday with several hogsheads of to bacco which they will put pn the market Miss Nannie Ray Tlmrraan enter tallied a number of her friends with a corn popping and logomachy last evening Quite d nice time was had by all present MISS Annie Cunningham 4s re ported to be much better Tbis vill be good news to nor many friends ag she was threatened with an attack of pneumonia Dr Smock of this county and Miss Annie Merrittwere married yes terdayafternoon at the Louis rifle Hotel Loulsvilfe The wedding was quite a1 surprise to the friends of thii young veryJabort bridal trip wiH returnto the Pleasant Grove neighborhood where they will make their future home Mrs Wil R Thnrman eiitertained at euchre Jasb Friday ovaning In ZIattloMcIlvoy Spaulding of Lebanon Miss Mcllvoy winning the prize and Miea Spaulding and Mr Edelen oaih won a booby prize All had a delightful time a at the conclusion of the game a dod1 UghtfuV lunch was served Amon others that wore present wero Missea Katie Cain Mattie Robertson and Mrs Kate Williams Messrs G 0 ilim mpSonWIXLISBURG- From Our Regular Correspondent The cold w Ve has reached u and thq woodyord and the coal bin are not the least among the necessities of life Those who had embraced tile groundhog faith had become n little shaky during time past two weeks but uowhI ttold you is aboutthe first greeting one gets 1Mr G B Hawkins and sister Guita of Laiwrenceburg are visiting friends at this place Jordan Terrell and Miss Dora Carey wero united jn marriage on the 20th instEld j A Sims officiating Miss LizzieLIotIj is ri1IO1dgnesti of Miss Dora groucti this weelr irs Dr Sutherland died at jJi er home in Willisburg Feb8th after an illnesapf several weejcs Rev R L Purdy preached the funeral sermon after wuicbher remains followpid by a large con course of friends werd consigned to their last resting pjateiu Fail view cemetery Mjss Hester Ross visited Mrs tFlooeylastwook r Misses Corqi and Maggie Trant are the guests of Mrs AB Wells this week Messrs Albert Jloyd and John son Dean of JEarrodsburg at tended ohUrcb herelast Sunday Miss Dora Howard of Asb broQkci jIs visitiugMrs Hbwce Grlderr V Jobn IC Wilson las returned from Lou svllle On Saturday last the death aUjgel knocked at tho door of Mr Tr Gibson and saIled away a wife and mother How relpnti less is the hand of death But God knowsbest and workelh oil things for good to them that love liim The fun ralservices were SimfandWillisburg J Mr Grear of Frederjcksbiir called on one of Willj urmost charming girls Sup fcfavl NoToUac75liaLiftS melt atfOIi blO pUrr L f dIk a1L from Per Regular borrospondenll Russell Bros hive opened their sugar carap Mr and Mrs Redradn GrigB tiV Red Mrs Will MpbreMiaye returned homo after a pleasant visit to Springfield Mrs Su6 WHliams spent Sun djy with Mrs Sol Had Little Eya and Jim Sutherland are atienditg school at Cnuplm Mis Lane of MerCer county ii visiting her daugHter th1s iSrplaccjr l jjMrBob dark and family of Chaplin were the guests of Mr and Mrs Qwen Wofbrd and fain ily Thursday Metcarfl at Mrs Russells She has good school andrCordio Kr Edor Wuf and MIssqcutr1qeI ret 1 from a pleasant visit invMercerj county acconpjvnied by Miss L vie Merriit whowiilstay sev eta weeks 0 D Bodino said a horse lo John T ler for BSD Misses Ida end LillievCheathsm of Uh plo and Mr Ezra fltiwl SuuldayLittle Celeste Woforidf is visit Ing friends at Chaplin Mpslbf our farmers have starlI ei their plows Iloivri ThlM AVOjOfitT One tluiidrHl Dollars reward for my aiso of Catarrh that can not be cured l y Halls Catarrh Gllro F J CHKNEY tCQ Props Eoktlo O Wo tho iindor igncO liuvo known J Cheney for Uio last l yearn niuf bo lievo him perfectly liouaraltlo In oil bus trnnsHctloiis and Ilnnncially able to carry oui OilY obligations iiiatlc by their firm West A Trmix Wholesale DruftglstB Toledo WalilinjfS Rinnan tt Marvin WhwlfaiePrtiggi Toledo O Halls Catxrrli Curo is titjion internally acting direotJy upon the blood ami mucous idirfaoKt ulftf ln Mytlflm Price 75c per bcttlo fiold by all druggists TostInotiJaia free hulls Itniillv Pulsars the bebt R4TSJY From oiJ rSpisIat Corttapoiitlonft Mr flarfy Simpson left last MOLday for the farwest Hugh Noe and wife visited ici our town this wflek ThoDas04JrThe cntertainmeDt given by Mr Will Mu riilt was welll attimiid td and muchenoycd MISSCS isfarlhu Hays and Lydia vUifud Mi s Adeline Mcrriit last week I Born to the wife of George Li isefc Feb 20tb ta fiqe boy Mr Frank Martin is erecting i new dwellingl house Mr Morris Young was in our ttown last week buvin caitle- L M Gregory purchased of Harry GIg by 350 bcshelsql cbrri at 85per bushel Burn to the wife of Jamesi Brown oa February Sdthu a ten pound boy Vr MISS MattieKaycsi iis very ill at this writing Sum Vanarsdall lost ttwdrscs heomehas sinCe beaa ujKef8 to learn off hCir 1i rJJvrlS Misry Wrist of Perry ville isvisHing her bister Mrs James GregJry Mr Wjlllaii Hayes of Nelson county vlsitd hisicotlier last week MrHugbrSlUes was in our neighborhood lass week pros p acting for a farm After jORrs of uiitnla nuir rintc from IIlIWft4tInolllt14 4ItflI11k iiipIant1 ol Uiinto sorcH arftivi llly1curcil iiv thlll famous roiuwty Watts tIlmwlloI f fJFOB SALE I 1bn BIT CLOVER SEED 1 f l I will be in Springfield onIy ty Courtday Pebruary28 1893 with j ifBu SaplmffiGloverI Seed150 5o bueC1over See I lI those wanting seed will j- V l to wait and get my priqo beforebuvmng SAM M BOTTOMw WIioopIn Cou o toatllr ing matdybj cluratlon caP Ujxmj short liS thtfaso of One unut r rem lI1chlallcd Itoubtc THE MARKETS ==fb 6 following table represents the prices paId tor farm products id 6prlpgflld bo dealers therein Itls correotea up to Voloolc ftadhAdfiy butis objcotto advlceSjfl9ptWheat per buW 03 corn pr bU to 8tf 2211RJIoverper bu 2 25 to 20I rroloroi Hay Timothy pert o Hay fovbr per Ivt l 4b to 45 LOULSVILL1iIM EDTS I CVpCLE Report furhtd tli the LouIaviHo Lire Stock Journal iiil Vioit JJnlu Str el Lou Ism Kv Extra shipping H 51a4 75 Light shipping v 4 25a4 GI Rest butcher steers 425i4Vv Fair to gixxl autclterste rs 31034 0 Common to med butcher sUors 3 a 50 Thin rough steers Jioorcows and jl4wa5 Jl 2- 5Oieagood to ajctrav 8 OaSUJ O n common tcraediuai 2 2ii13SI l Osk4 FmdisStQalcaia2 8044 ItulU t s tUasaS VOlqalveaI 55i550 JIILCII cbys Choice mUch ooa itSSOOa4j 00 li roo t l O i rl t t Choice packing antil butoheri 25lbiQ500Ib 403 Fair to good packing Ib Ito 200 lb 40011405 Good tooxtr Ifeht jO010lb 3tXt4 00 Ffttahoata 18QltMlb 3 Kafihoitts 100ViOlti v fl pj Pigs COto 90 Ibs vM i 73d3 23 UoUgbs 031bi 250386 i SHEEP ANDLArdB Good to extra flfllpplnga1ieep3liO3 75 Pair QRoo1 kt 3 C0t3 21 Coinraon to raodhan 2 00j2 59 Bucks u 2 7538 00 Skips and scallawaj per Jiead 5Jal tie Extra spring laniV r 40D- J9t butcher lainbH 4 25d473 Fair to good butclwr hunts ai 73a4 25 Thnenlls 2i 593 O V PRODUCE Report furaubfd iYJ1I1rn onC rte Ca General Commission MercliAnlg iuTMtn rU burt and 110 Tfcfrd Street louill vllleKy EaosrFIrm Fresh ruliandled nl5c- BtrrrrKMavlcet firmer fleet grades lu at6 effoI s4JCkl2a14i king Ual0c POBLT Murket Jlrawr ChlckeneIjHs- 54Jic ro4ei3jesprIug chtakocsSa lOc goeso full tea Hti ol per dpz n f4ao s JO pluckad tper len t a3S3 turkeys alive 7aJc turkeysdwesttl Salic OAMKiUbbitB IaS5 squirrels TaL25 l sII 1fgBD h i4 iHckmdJllOal a new jome ti3v 01UiiiBs GreeD salt J 9a9Kc dry salt Silal2ctlrj tint 14al6e- Uaqcood Kor ltooJ lCa70o mink Koe I to 4 zOa90c skunir prime black 70d short stripe narrow stripe SOalOc bread stripe 15e opossum 5il5c mukrat aailC red fox 5ffala5 gray fox UOaS- Jc3IeCILiaocsSarghunL molasses 2Sa SSper tat eel ax Ufa tier ib clover sipodfitSaa l bu oHipus 250 300 pci W4 rags vw awt itIIR17flllu white gooao liSn3lt gray inlxed or old Wa80c SE18RiJ l a d3rellow 5 OOaSM wklt as to quality Gi a7 DIUED jtIrLaew suQtlded active deuaandJia4c hush PpTATOiwrllne gfownnew crop L75a2Xipor bbl WOiUust Sla9fclurrylSftl8r tUb vnulvNl StaMc black pUmr JSa30c black InirrylSalUo OREEsArriBft Mart t Mendyt anti finn liijiCy 00a1iO olooe 250tS00 com 200250 irT 0Lti1 nCst In fancy per tOhl IOrQ 495a smcar corn lMlIlc ae11tiru in bulK St feeding ata7t1eat No Wao 1t0 MARKET 2quoIcammlfteo of the Lofif Tobacco Ex obang at Loukvillafor thla eck- isw QROP KHD HURLRY TrMI green or U5MilJ 5 00 flash sound T 5 to 0 Common lugst 661 to 8 00 atedltira JnKa R 00 to 9 00 Good 10rfr 5 00 to 10 Oommou leaf short 9 00 to 12 00 pemmon leaf iMM12l 00 to 16 00 dIumletiiMMMil500 to IS 00 Gootlleafi 11800 to 22 00 Fino nndHolectlona 28 00 COLONY IitJIitE Trash green or inUod1 150 Trash sound 680 to 7Q Common Iugsl 700 t S60 Medium1luga 860lo 000 ttoadllnga b oq to 10 00flSredlara leaf uM 101100 to fy 00 Good leaf WJ7 00 lo SSqo IJIncandaeloctltna t 3209 1807 CJSOP v1tKDI14tIC1Y TrashXgraeu ormlxotp 4 clOtto 6 00 Trash soundtf5 00to Oommon lugs OJOOto 8 00 MI8 4lumlugflMi sooto 950 Qpodlugsa 9 60 to 10 Qemznonleaf short S 60 to 11 00 jfommoaleof 11 00 to 12 00 TJodium l lnt200 to 00 Good leaf uUOOlo 17 00 Flue and selections 17 03 to 221Jo OOfxRY DURLEY Tralh green or niled45O to 5 OJraah aound 5 to 6 Oonimort legs v 6CO to Mfjdlam lugs to 900 Good llugHV b 00to 41 Common loaf ahort 9 00 lo 11 00I Common loaf 11 00 to 13 00 fllodlum loaL13 00 to 15 00 Goodleafl500toI700Fine Wo are anxious todo a llltln Rood in lilt world and can think of iio ploos n Itter or better war to do It than by roc o uineflng Ono Minuto Cough Cure a i rev nthQ of pnflutnonin oonauhiptionj nd other sprloua lunfi trouDlealhai bw ueglcotcd colds VaterB t Browne tf foToloe for Fifty Cents i GtHtrunWf tobacco haiit care Sluices wet- rtIaetCC tooa pirc All Urnginsn tlSI That dirk brown lanto nnd horrid brilt yrtii havo In tie mortilhg la caused by an Inactive liver Some iii d 1elns rnJtoo for while olhura foi ttifilnyt but Herbmo bilren JIaydc Ill A ItoDor scn Boll it lIe Felt Smain A man once saved his life Tby not paying for his newspaper fle was 1o1ng home and He J inj caughuin a violent rainstorm Ihe crawled into a hollow log for protection The rain continued and the lof swelled so uhtit Ii e was unubletV fe out All- oOcehn aIt rewet terod Ihat he Had V not paid for hl1 county paper for neurly two years and the thought made him hitn ffeel so mean and small that he had n trouble in getting out of the Jog ro Cnrjr CuitUIpxllon Ior Ter j rake ClVt c 41v utkcrdt Jri5if C C O laM u cure CrffMKitt Cit moo r =XJLvA Yf WEar stiil so1Hng rsBUP41iP Ii = D2a L t 4 i N But wt Iso iiuuuiti all titidsLof PARSIING IMPLEMENTS Wij buy HrnJtell lliiy Grain V and Peed S X We sell coal at the LOWEST CASa PIUCE d Iat CornOlu and lot us show a you our hew wheel iff 4 4 fdJlanail a A strictly highsrraiie blCv V cle in evesv respect and b y selliup at the extremely idV 1 price of i 1B 0O1f j Comoin and examine the fy Wheel Jind let us show you 1 the Ropd points nbbut it that crtbes of hiRherprice dQ not y possess t THOMPSON S L KE 4 SPRINGFIELD KY Z I vf V LgclALblaiiks for magistrates use for sale ul this office in tn- quajtityat city prices n tATr A I IJ Want to f LiIFursltry 1o an cgs r i For wIi l1iProposo to pay g t mad ct prkle- x Zth x t H N E f SPIUNQ3HSLD tyJt t 4 V rIteut Toiatro plt J Sircls Tour USe nIJ Qnt taiercC eaty sad forever be wax tultct life levo ami Igor take Ko To J ctiCLrtnJcr worker luSt nUes weak mcnIstrong Ail diUkctMj lOoOili Curgiiarnt- CCIt Ifooklcl Iud Riwpio free Sterling l IiIlr 1 C1tcare or ew o1 = L u II il TlieCitoss il Hairdressingand Shaving arircBRLOV I 6PRIKOPIEUD lIOT- iLouJaflDtIppu Propp tEve1thlng tI endeavor to please my Customers and your atronago is eoHcltod I h ve Hrranged with Alex Adome and Unolo Jofth rroe tile well Ikno1hive a ohair in tho shop jvherd they Will be glad to walt onthelr I old customers II- K V v o Tew j 13atI Rooms ia g fe jOHN TYREE Propi 9 44 tt New rind elegant bath ubSjWlth nll modern lmprovomaSf not 4 and cold water Batli at all V honiso 26 cenur Oefll and try ft ono t i c4 B iII irAIN STREET g 44BLOW SPliiuiOFlDLD HOTEL q r- jivai j V t xX CLEANINGUP i 1 SALEI j T We mult makei tooni for bdr large stocfe 8 spgltGOODS Which is beginning tb arrive YbunoliJit- i rate chabcd of getting some gdod faaigalnSd cbdiin at once 1 neii lul bf Ladies iiria Snoeq whicti s ldf ffi2to sL il can havCat half pribe See if v 0ur size Is Iii thi ll0i JUe feWlV are gotrn 4f One lot Qf Mwns Fure i 8i and 5 Shb4fdr abentilrdalf iegularirce LIluhnitinntbf si 6ed K One lot or Overcaai att Ubbut half pHce W One lotbfr Mens and BojSSdits AT dos d Coatsalivbt WeL1fA In short ybajcan biiiyjanytlifnglB oar stoct 8l Wiritei t feccU ER1ATLY RRtyrrcED piWeitavejst rc cefred fa larce shffcmeiitof ll1Hira ofTSnjrW Goods Laces Euabtoiderils UrRahdiesi Tabl LitiiNapkjitT- owels end Jjafce Cuhijng dtci direct froth one of thblargkI importers df this class or merchandise Our ti ice ar6 iiivd 4 the lowftst oUr quality a1nays thb highest v i SPECIAL PRICES da all brands oftieacbed dtfd brd dfcttl tons and sheotibgs oB t a McChorrR btnCt t INSURE YOUR LIFE INSURE YOUR PROPERTY l WITH John LlcliroYi J 4 I r Repreaehtlnp the following well known cdmpanJelf j The MtitdafLlfo Insurance Company of Now York j tThe Hartford Fire Insurance Company of HaHtordj Coup The Aetna Insurance Compapy of Hartford Conn prornpLliberalc v OFFIcE Ai FIRST ffATTtfNM BAN M BUSINESS fRYCATI oiutfi7ur rf orw man woold win sesfS1ife fbI btftg U s Let LmcincetugIitrlng a tie ii tll1ud lftLe nty runt rktub BRYANT STRATTOK BUSINESS ctin EGp F11 LOUlSViLLEkY ItiIMBbokkeeplaV Writor beautiful bingtcstlrnoiilla ifr + r Shorthand ttcgraoats ccupyIzigl prominent posiQns ii vt4 Telegraphy1nitet t Wtvl be numileilFREE 50 JA6 lS 60 =1 C l JESOLt AT jpPL rR KlNDERGJrRTEN DANVILLE M V7RGH s lSS8 if y nwftb ntT do i at or Toir know Of tb riif this 250 horses ttobe soffiin pdt If son nayefcanii KenucyforalittOmiEoter v wabti4jTheCorresponflenoe solicited 7 E P PULOONERIDahville KyV t t ij f c1rviNTs c MAyFS r BIll S 9 Jn rt r r llibgrnPsKJF4- JRN1TUR iJ v i lj 4 tEfttERSil iir iJ We carry eicrything u Undertaking odncf 74 our stock is COMPLETE lii eierl dctailX Gtills promptly attended to day Snd night jc Wciimake a Spec1lty of Embalmiiigr a1ditpdpnejby Sr MR CLEMENTS a graduate of a scibolof mfcaW- Jp3py t lug Give us atnalt c 1rr t itSMAIN STREET jjor + 1 4 So Completeiy and Quickly A COMBATED CAi JiisiiwTuti4iii F lonlBNY r1tcs Dr Penner Hi uS0 heavy paiD vj- Wy kidneys vwd crawps fa ray limbs for jjrlonttfmb Also baclfctfcho wilts scant turbid urlno WoaUngof lknba and a cweral- 5j DROPSICAL CONDITION of thcBystonr caused by heMttflscase treat trbtdlx i liadiuffflrod for yoan have teen fakliis your Ittdaly and JJactache Oar ar 4 teem to re1teve I neverbud medicive hID mo wcompletciy and qtilctly JI or Bikl ty JlarilTii I boitrun One oITiO Wad Tbfl biatfacr was cinte lfof ino f j J namely a receptacle for tie urineSid J snot It is not liable io tiny torn 5tirh t 4t ply one of two ways ib eFitfear fefroiri mpe rect a notjfie Jrdi7J Tuo second Way ts troth caWe i j15I1JK trenlnont oto teralSc aQi CUIEF C1JSE Unbatth urine irom ltiirtlllb tstle chief cause of blahfle tfotbliit rfibo womblfkoHnfc bladrfir vraa crcatfeC oie pnJposo and ff Aot i1octorc too rgwiTft Is cotTtabl fto vriaEness or aisouse xe rf fn tare Itli aateabac i utV 6tes6 td tbV bit1 dir tncfcfore any JdWiaft tic inccntanlebcO infiolffested Caclrrblacfctir of nrfnary DMS P W often by mistake attribtttSd ib Vouiif vThooSnU aToldsa To tfiii out c6freclly V your anile asJe tor twoniifotfr hours s sodlnifent of setUlnj ndfcattei kiaie tbladder trctabla the inU4 and exliSk i dlnary cffcitof Jt KllmerVatoplW thfi great kWfiy tout tUdeyir rtmei aIon rcafliW JfyOdReaS Smcofcfa j iJ bouia have tt o WIt At rttg KUl fry hnaono dollat You ioaYWv tap V bbfiloftadipanipT let b 1isen tif8Ly nj v ifenttbn IJE Ltfi1 BaiiJOBr drestoD rKthnod Co mffgbam N i T The irao of thhpaer g7miteS the cenu6cnI I of ttM ojller 1NEWS LE oDEU fl a yewv IIa I v pJrC EBSI for Infanta and ChikICk1 The Facsimile Signature off ctwi a i Appears on Every Wrapper i TNt CNiAUCeMPMY UUlllliCTIICrT 6f t y FJ REPROACH Bwooireart rcreetbcart That do 70 want olwcT wdyeasty selL r iUtleUP sottitps I hear them crying fcr I bear their oleo go calling mo Vhorporjtlio shadows arebeSweetheart dour heart what do yexvintV inc Bonlicht and starlight are OTer ll the leaOi But dusty lies my heart doer nat1I1esSta i Sweetheart kaySsvrboUipart what do ye want o Sweetheart sweetheart why do ye long for Smo 51COld tho palloR snow was falling skies no I more weroblnj r Urtlelunus Botb3nda t Laidniray to rest Iiccl their CiiEcni seoklngort iS Tho old wouadinoiy breast SUM Sweetheart deariheartf what doyoVanto t met WIre and cinptywcreiay arms lonely was my knee Where iny cart is latdhdear cant ye let me bo MfeSweetheart svrootheartjwhat do rowan o mop Whceler 9fn New York Press STORY QJTTpi BIBLE w IT WAS COMPILED PRESERVED kAND BROUGHT IhMBecorrta Began With Abraham and lVi Colloateti by Jzra1u w3orn ii1a IitUeL3ncIofCanaiCcnquerodo Jr H WorldC4I Xfo dlsco7ciie8 about tho ThbIo areO beinifaadBBimost daily Therpligiotis vorftis Btattled every uow arid then oldittatet corroborating Biblical history lias yearlJivereflmrkljSla finds not the least of vhich has fleeull eiglo Ileaf of pnpyros bearing u theyJhatel jfarouse a questioning framo of iniud Eiblefmethod of its transmission to us Learned volumes bavo bconwittth but only scholars read thorn One of the latest of theso is by Dr William A J Coppinger but life so expensive vol idunieotlyi6O copies havo been prlnte4I forsalethatfew can read it even if If polyfof the world is au answer to thtal demand Still tho question how t did tho Bible como down to us ought I to answered briefly so that the mast ag of tbo people can read and under j stand It is irreverent to the Bible and tbo inspired men who gave ustbis withlr the eternal theme of the relation be tween man and God to think of it as a ready inado volume dropped down from heaven bound and gilt edged The Bible was born in the little land of Canaan as the weary caravan led by Librnbam from Ur of the Chaldees pitched its tents and the patriarch wrote down the promises of the Eternal on the palm leaves which lie found at baud This waa more than 4000 years ago and that writing was in use early is Egypi6000 to 8000 jears old- The records kept by Abraham and his immediate descendants undoubtedly 4 formed the basis of the book of Genesis und the earlier chapters of Exodus to be later utilized by the band of Moses and his successors With the advent of 10SInation was fanned with his legislation as its heart and center It is probablo that Moses wrote his portion of tbe Bi VbIn upon the inen used fer such pur poses hi Egypt for many large pieces of this linen covered with hieroglyphic writing bao como down tons wrapped around mummies Tno inscriptions arc still legible Tue Pentateuch was tho IoSknown the hebrews for ninny gcnor alions It waa written in the ancient 10SPhcBiiicianas proved by the Siloam in rracription discovered near Jerusalem and some ancient coins which have been kfound Leaderaliko loshua Gideon nod Samuel were needed in tim promisedI laud Singers and prophets too arose and tho scribes of tbo lcadersrecordcd what was done Tho poets wrote lawn IsS1cbfollowers Tho official records were kept in the national archives and the songs cf the poets and the qjeechos of tho prophets wero passed from band to jiihand When the kiiigdomwaa divided y records were certainly kept both in the southern kingdom of Judah and the northern kingdom of Israel But much Sef the earlier literature was forgotten IIn the Catastrophe of the destruction t tbe klpgdoms of Israel and Jndab and tim exiles refused to sing the songs of Ztou as they sat by the waters of Ba rbdland wept When at last the term of exie waa over and tome of the more devoted Jewa returned to rebuild the walls qnd templo of Jerusalen the law Jiad toiebrcmgbt back to tbem Ezra was the man for this work and he ansI his coadjutor tho elders col lected tho scattered records of earlier days aul made the first canon of tho Eentaeuch They wrote it in a new JcnlptKcthav Ashuris the Ausyrian ior equaro character brought back from Quqtsome of ibo speeches Slivered by tbo J 1 propljetsof the esUethe Becond Isafah totI sit gbme bad preserv r s thtiddraiseott1a earlier prophets S Md ttlWtott111y a second sot of accepted EVwriti s was added to the law Tho fefeiraoaga too xveia found again and efefcra were Inspired for the eerv ciL Jf efThelIcctod by variouH hands Other books ere found or written as into as thu sec end century before tbo Christian era Tbo booK of Daniel foriustanco was composed to inspire a people fainting under Syrian oppression for tho Macca an revolution And all this later Ut erature was struggling for aceoptasicohsi into tho Biblo until Ihe canon ld Testament as we now have it was es nblilhcd in the first century of our era by tho rabbinical school of Palestine As the nation Izouel sunk under tho waves of Roman conquest the Jewish spirit held tbo Old Testament aloft as HardyLevyBoth Avral First Burglar Its no use tryin het placo tnight Bill Thcr iunn an his triffi vent in un hour agonnI heerdhiin toll her hod buy ber a iHiniond necklaco tcrmoncr Second BoralarWhuts thct gott do wid it 5p Tirst Burglar Plenty She wont bo ablo t sleep fcrtiukiu bout it aubo wontelcep fur tinkin bow hes got t pay fiLLonloui Fun Boy Wanted Merchant ito applicant for position Are you u good penman coda good ppclr Applicant who has recently graduat ed from public schools with higUjion Aherdyairiau capers Alerchaut testily to clerk iin next r OinJohn send in some one witba praCticlf cdU1liOUMiU1eapo fie Tnib Due k THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE oine Examples or the Glaring Inconslsft nencleAs our alphabet now Jr 6000 yours of standsevenI signsaudoPPOtqIultytor whocatsnotbepJaguedIl fiTheters is well illustrated by spelling c f fee without ouu correct letter kauphyrt origiulthaDStprinted in Oxford in 1G59 on The Na ture of the Driuk Kauphi or Coffeea The artistically bad orthography ot lXJ3illlof our alphabet But some instances of nat urally funny bad spelling are perhaps equal to any artificial ones Hero is a note that was sent to a doctor 1101hevpy Tight The following received by a school master was likely to misunderstood Bar As you are a man of nologo I IntonJto inter my uou in your ukalL jHero is a bill sent to a gentleman aosafada 1atucluoalraoinaUi Pnde J JamsThe items aro not apothecaries arti cles as might bo supposed but merely a horse half a day end a taking on himiiome again Many eccentric devices of litenttorQ depend on the peculiar arrangement of letters Some of theso have fine sound lug names and are recognized famous recreations of tho learned Trio paliiir drome which is a line that reads nUke backward aud forward is one of the most difficult of nfl feats of letter joggling and has engaged tho attention of the worlds cleverest brains While in exile Napoleon was asked by an Englishman if he thought ho could have sacked London and replied Able was J ere I VElbatlw mostt skillful raliudrozno oUrecord Routthe letters of the reply backward it you onmlleImunis The following sentence Ian only a palindrome but extraordinary in otbor respects Sutor aroppo tenet op era rotas Irhis spells the same backward and forward all tbo first letters of the words spell the first word tho second letters of the word spell tim second word and on through the third fourth and fifth The last lottors spell the llast word the next to tim last of each word spell tbe ucst wonl mid on to the beginning London llail A Spin on n Ice Yacht The wind is strong and steady and the Ixjat glides fagterantFfastor Shatp exclamations pleasure testify that the passengers aro enjoying it Tbo speed increases Before lies a field eniootb as plato glass and level as a billiard table For two oilier it ezteuds without a flaw At its farther edt lies a tremendous crack filled with ground up ico and heaving black water Tho full pow er of the wind strikes tile white wings as the smoothest ice is reached and tbo craft darts away at a tremendous pace f Paster faster sho flies till she is trav eling faster than the wind that drives her The air seems to be full of electric sparks a frosty haze blurs thq view ev ery hearer is throbbing with delightat tbe wild free speed of it all Before one has had time to think the crack seems to be rushing at the boat A mo ment of iutcuEo anxiety a catching of urcatkf a wild pumping of hearts then a shriek of excited joy The good boat has sown the gap asa hunter clears his fence has flung it behind her with never a rap and is tearing away over another good bit as though she had no need to touch anything snore solid cold sweet air Ontiug thalll Jthe JCiugi000 gallons of milk every year p ev awf- nbovo what is used cu the farms ifor rearing caljes etc I Sick poison la a poison which makes you Mick It comes from the Rtomacii Tho stomach makes It out of undigested food The blood gots it andl taints the whole bocly with it Thats tho way of ft Tuo way to bo d ollt is to look aftor SoycairIf your food is nIl properly digested there will be none loft In tho utoniach lo ulIkO Sick pplsoa out at it If your stomach is trio weak toRoolq this pniperly by lUclf help it nong with a dabe orrmkcr Itlgesthe lorciiaI Thats the cure of it Shaker lDigestive ConllaT is n dnllclou healthfiili tonic cordial made nf iure modoinal plants herljs and wine It positively cures indigestion ahd urovoiits lisa ftfinatioh of sick poison- At UruggisU iihIt bottles 10 cents Mcn And Womem Wrath is uiually found ia family jnr ailIt pnintins of Inimal I picture iiS not a beastly 6rcuiiitioii OirlS wifl cpnimUa to be flrtb iust jHong as men are fu1isbIN Olla ng sucjneild like successI f wiiljw afrer a second Ifusbunil- Tue bait wnvt tellII womans1 Bjgt id in a whisper over the teU phoio A man mint ratkD his way in the war bile a oman has herssaIt Tas SulouionB vjwlom tbat kept m from backing bis judgment at the rice Some women gttred1n thj face rcm modesty some from angei and ot pistSome like a pint of ItcuTerenougnlut not vety deep The man who nskoil and received not because be asbpdiumisf mighti Jbuvc beets wore Bitccepsfiil hud he as okedIlullnrtv Snow jjnhncnt cures rhen jmatiHiu neuralgia headache hick IiaMdT nchpaofn throat cuts sprains brutscf ol SdniMthtu The most ponotraling liniment in tho wortd Tiylt 60 lull sold by Unydon t Koiiertspij A Hacaziue IVhlck Build j Houses Tho readers of The Lathes Home ja urnal are about as rebponsivo a clientele as any magazine possesses bout six months ago the Plum tubiit magazine started to pubisb ascries of practical I nrchkerturul plane slu wing bow artistic houses cs lu1de employed eyeeial architect and his work was certainly artisiic Besides the plans it agreed to iur ish complete spdciGcationsrf encb hiuae at a minimum cost Thu a cii4acivcn and the series has iJeerj a great success for the mogjzino lJis ppring tho building of over vo hundred houses varying in c6t villblticourjtry by Journrtlre8derFitftt1l tooyenona hundred other bouses which havetlreudy teen built ouKcUoiu GoodH Tho ancient GrceUBlxUlovodJhnt the Penates wero the gods wise attended W the wolfaio fatisflyhO1181holdhouse hold god of today is Dr Rings Now Dincovorv For nipt Ion cough Htid cxjlrti and for alt nflectloua of thront chefltjaTid Icings is invulualilo It tiaa II cnlurIII oit thKg good argfl It ii ppasnijt ti take and u ufo and sure rohiolv for old youoK Free trial bottles at Haydon Robertson IHjr DJJIS jn fokitr Games Poker was their theme They were three cQngcnatchance rc quaintances sitting in Broad Street t Station waiting f rr a train says the Philadelpha Times Thov told svmuosiura ot stpfies about tin green clothdlJIQC funny some new Like Senator Hen y Clay the stntpgman from Keritucy cor tintii d thl recontcur irom the South who dressed his stories ill languag and styleat once pleasing and zast jlul t Senator Ejward W Pettus tof Alabama is an inveterate card A COIDlOon- cOld and common carelessness can make a combination strong enough to defy all the healing skiU of the phYsician Common carelessness lets the cold root and grow Common carelessness aays botweenparoxysms of cough ing II It will be all right in a daoh r two and the common end firmed lung trouble perhaps con sumption The commonsense treat nient of a common cold is a prompt dose of Ayers Cherry Pectoral IIt is the most efficient and rejiable cure for colds and coughs and is con stantly prescribed by physicians B HATNES 1LT Saranac N Y says u I have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral inn practice since 1853 and have always found it reUjble for the cure of colds ipoughs and aJIllung1 diseases J ALf il rj 1 a 3 p VI is now put up iahtlfsiie bottles fbr half price 50 cents I THE INFLUENCE of the Mother shapes the course of unborn generationsgoes unding throughall the ages and enters the confines of thereior01 e theffortmake her life joyous and happy MOTHERg FRIEND allays all Nervous ness re lieves tird- HcadacIc Crarsaijd Nausea and so fully pre pars time system that Childbirth fS made easy and the time of recovery short afterisurcs safety bothmoth usedaibcfS nevIf yitbat if boil to p through the ordeal aeain ad thcra wee but fear bottles to ba obtained antl tiacost wai per bottle W bavotbca GSOLATTOX Dayton Obloi Sont by Mall oc rccInt nf pied PlmDOT TLE Book to BXPECTAIITJIOTHERS m i9d fme npon application containing val uablo Information and voluntary testimonials DnucaisTs 11er wiilia lofidncsi for poker tthut iswell miilm human devotion tho tim that venerable ent5e man hs spent in thVcamo could ha summed up many years would tindI or the debit sida of his lite ledger He has won and lost his thousands a Ftt ithereelma lIp in the seventies n wealthy rnilroailKlkesiltitit Alnjur L niur oLtho ui11 itbuma Centrlr Ilailrpad funhius botween Selma und Meridian lissnOw1L truncli otf the Southern Rlilrond pys em The Majir atnl Geneeilweril boon companions with a friendship ilwostas strong that of Dimon and PTtliins They used to spendI thicir SUmmers at tbe Mrjora summer home in Tiilledagu ajove Sa lleraa Both of thom devoted mOlt of their tithe to playing poker since tho railroad President was equhIli as fond of tliogamo54 Old SLjniiel t the M vjbrs colored body servant wontlIsHat the table nod keep ac- ount cf the wijinfrgs Iand JJb inga being the banker At the end of each year bowouM I 1esiderwliicliever was indebted to other would hand Manuel a check tto uure up the gnm At tbeejid ofonejctir General Pettus owed tbe Major 510000 another year tthe Mar WitS indebted to thaGfn ral fr 813000 ansI ro time gain would run It was heycrhigh than 81i limit and wqs kejtupt until thdMajors death A Short tad Story A Cold CfcUCt t rnounionia Grief had Folevsl llorioy and Tar boon usd tIICeturywotsJd have luid n hnjipier snUuiK1 Haydon it liobortHon The tuic Unit always Flatters Ferhapn it iIs CCQcilmgjhe Amcr equnlIIj synon iroous with the worjjjvole an the barrel house bum is diRui tied with tb title wien all else is lost to him Spectater litt tbe Merry rnunlef trill 1crc mused at the use of the word gent1ol all ns applied to the prisoner The pfilev r from Ken tuck politeness lie relered to the prisoner RS at jpilemai when he had ocQiifcion tp tmnlion him Pointing out Merry he would Suy ibis gentleman and at his eon pnnion Smith h that gentleman The prisoners wlrebcomitlgfll t tcrcd even in their misery Novcrf HIM MIK SF Fritz of OH Soilgwick StChlcago noyn I had a severe cough wliluh net tied on my luis 1 tried a iiuiiiborof aUvcrliNcd nuncdloH and nose plaecd niy sell under treatment of Mvnniiptiv fclelaiiH with ro benetit I was rccoin mcndqd hIt try KolLva Honey and TrWith jittle exportation of getting rolef I imruluueil a bottlo had taken lint Imirovoiljceased nod by tics timo hal t ikoh t lie second bottle I wan entirely well It Hiivttl ncr life lIa lou Itoortslll11 r lint Looked Them Over Mistress Bridget are there any letters for mo is is mofia Bridget Only two postal cards blit thcres nothing of importance in thom When you are Hitlerlng from IllarhI or Cold i the bead you want relief right away Only 10 cents is required to ttest izo1ofSizo We mall it ELY BROS 56 Warren St N Y City I was allllctotf with catarrh last UJII Ilea During fljo jiionth of October I cottlil nrtthiir tnte nr siii likaiiU cot iii l9hiMrtsfi Wk3 WM10adk hwf erVl w ys Uoiho a mast wit f h9a IHIirJ Why iiaess i tr it irh ijj Pep n 55 jh- I Wly id the hired girl of lord rnj t birth caTlei a domestic Why do we use the term plav wright instead of playwriter Why does nearlyalll the of kind ness tuste of the can Why is it that ynr shoestring never Breaks unless you are in a hurry Why is it thta woman can nev er throw anvtiitig tltrlgbtlJutklss i Why does the ttyernge man ways want tto poen a door marked private Why isnt the wedding ceremony Syaansomewisbre gewilyof a doctors bill is for guesaing at your cocnpiaintExchange It is notwhui a manufacturer says about dutlOicIPa tliillnrda ITorehound Syrup cocstb work tuiddocs k well It cures couehs ana colds in u day Iln healing sooth inK mId quieting 25 und 50o Hollby lluvdon tt HobertHoii Acxt ilaii Would Suffer Browneln BmrbOrschajNowce lookheri barber be carelul limsg last 2 whoan slmved me nearrvi k iileJmucitnd I wont be as easy on you as iwasen nim BarborsnymouslyNo one in this shop who ahavedyuu as was itS BrowneNo I did Jt myself Pearaoud Fatality ol Croup Stntlstlia show thut thousand1 of In fiiuts and flilldren yearly dIe ot incm bniucDiK croup Wo do not cxHCgerate whon we state lat oery one of these innocents cbulo have been spved had Honey and Tar been given them bowhthotc1crtsoir Klondike Gold is Coming AndaJthoUgh ourreHilera inav not get a share yet wo are clndjo assist you il Celling other gold by your own efforts Now you wunt iadrmqitlon on raising crofts and fruljs thocaroof 8tnck and how to snake tics farm pay Which U owtwro found liberally anti Intoreat iiicsy presohtcduM In feann Field undq Fiicside tJhlcngoail tholar est dIibest dollar weekly farm paper in Amcri millllIintterII nilo poultr TliuiiMiimlM of peoiilo arc making a gcwl living from oUltry and it Otis done but to do it requires ox perleiicu and the boneHt of tho ox enon oo of others The latter Is foiiut in Flu Poultry Keeper of Pl1rJt bur Pa n very attractho 20 page monthly with its over printed in colors Tiio namn oiso- 1Uor I II Jacobs is known to all scit1tcessfnr poultry riUors nsauthorit3nn tliosiil jMt 1rliro 50 cents per unnum Mr Jacobs tins also preparedl four great Clbooks covering ncr siibject on which i poultry nilsor wants information Thoy ztrePoultry Keeper IIIUdtrntorNo ocr 100 Hlu lratlonsniijl In icgnrd to poultry housRs InsubHlors brooders coopsj Jctclnts Poultry Keeper IllnstnitorNo Covers illustrnthnn eetidK Ut Artificial lniMibatipii raising hicks tooting eggs Cut 2i cents Poul poultrydlruos JiccprrIIIIIltrutoorlltjltllf preeds iisatiflg5 cot prico25 tituctQicaiiglyn you Tho NKNHLKADKR Farm Field and Firenldo and Time Poultry Keeper ull three ono soar nrid tliosr four great books all for only 183 no lot Jnml Disease It is not uonorally known that more asulU die of Klilnoy troitliO Claus any other dlrfciwo When tltorirst syniptouiH of this disoase tohowhich Js guaranteed or money rt1LdIHay don it RobertsonI itAll Easy Way Uut dcftcbICcllposc vhAtyou a bcycfci 81lult nnli you SiS44w111 Pupil Id city Ilonttwhat a bicvcleisPuckC Thorp Is no puts or discomfort vhcn TuttHrn Pile Ointment is used It ro lioves that itchlnp caustid by flcrutchlng 1tIIC prepared will siIonllMu nccurucy aud irofmslonul knowledge semi in tho kind Shut euros blind bleeding Itchintc aud protruding piles with no pain or los if tliiio sole by Ilaydonat Rob rlsonI SPlacerBute buying that thousand dollars worth of ahuffini Yukon Luke His pile Is shy eight thousand 1lnd lie wants to got flfune of the duet off his lungs tt NY Press A tlrlHoJfroM lnoxptncnccd wlsa r i brJstliuii nfuroilp mniiiiU tfiron li the Iiotisoat ulRfil nut tho terror noon fliHiigcM to mallet after Otis lhUI CouJth cmjitiitrctluoIdi llrone U They llejp tlie Town Free turnpikes bring the people to town Mitminy was a record breaker so far as the crowd n A concerned moro people being in own than on any previous court lilY for many years People were here from all part of JNclVon and in addition Ilardin La Rue WtfslL inmgmonSpencer Marion and ifull pit counties wero represented ond lte merclsnnt especially time grOt rFrslltla lively business thtir sitKkp t f bread cheese and crack Jjers bg greatly dfpleted A gCotlll tHlf disorder and drunk Iguess werelndulged in but the elt licient puardians ofeacc marshai tVrJl l onmimicnagod the rn1sdiniralls n1no disturb nitr r a serioUs niitaro oecureC Kelson Record StiU Q I i BNJOyeBoth pleasantdntlyyotpromptlyonthoKidneysrerzuid tern effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual C9 tipati nSympof Figs is the only remedy of its kindoverl ro ced pleasing to ac promytmitscffcctsJSrepnr only from tho most hea1thyand ngieeabloBubstance- sanycccdllcntqunlitiesconinicnd its m iit toi all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrtpof Figs is for sale in 50 dthgistam jaynotcure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do notaccept any substitute TMIICD16AMFd1lcISfO uoi8Yuirfr rout s Reuben HIatt BBEEDEH OF f Thoroughbred JI fI Pou1lry tit tarred Plymouth Rocks is White Plymouth Rocks JI = Golden Wyandotte White Vyandottes w Single CoTub B Leghorns If 1BlackBlack Langshans fr ceding stock from above breeds 9t sear ng 00 or better for said 13i 2 lf solect = J EGGS IN SEASONS = LEESSUMM1MQ- HIII ChmftUcIAflcetlonN- otblnTJ but it lrrmedy or chanpr of elllDoe will care It Get n wellknuwp ban micentlcal remedy IBits Crean Balm ilpeneINaul ilLMLP- Allijt laQammntlnn lisa and pTutcU the membrane It ala ei the sonic of Taste cd Smell No ocalne no Rn Injuricu FuUlwtPci riialilxalOeat lnxilrtr or null UUOS Warren St Newoi THE WOXDDRS OP SC1EHCE Lung Troubles and Consurhp tion Can Be Cured A andt3clentiatlleadel Tbo distinguished New York chemist T A Blocuin demonstrating his discovery of an liable and absolute cure for cocsnmp on Pilmonarr Tu crculcfeis ann lilt bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections gen eral declinO and weakness loss of fleshand conditions of wasting away will send THHEE FREE BOTTLES all dlffereutj- fo his iiew dUtfbvcrics to any afflicted road t er the NKUSLEADEK writing for them life New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently bv use and he considers it a ilrcplo professI a 1Science1f this great chemist patiently oxperlm ntlng years bus produced results as bcneflcla Iforhumauity as can bo claimed by any modsern genius His assertion that lung troub- lesl and consumption are curable In any climate is proven by hearUuit letiois of grntitude flied in his Amoricon and Euro Ixjan laboratories in thousands from those cured in all pajts of tho world tedlcai experts concede that bronchial e consumptionerrupted means speedy und certain 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