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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 1 Va cEIIE NEWS LEADER established 1804 tt combination of r T Washington County leader 1SMW T SpripgfleldiNewe 189094 1 ry k r 1 2 fi l r l N Ji New SeriesVoliTl t i SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCjKY JUNE 2 1898 8100 A YEAH tI t Ir + bMwa lUrrf lEEbtQde t I b Rmll t 1b l IG I 1 t I POWDER Aks tKtttynire hi f inTAiMiowiroimciiaWiicwTotx 11 r 4 i QyRED1EerqRYr SPRINGFIELD county seat otVl18hj 44 t tngton Oountq B8iaiI09 southwest of Lex lairton j9 mllea from on Bards town branch of lx talsyllie and NaihviU t ti railroad in a fanning anagricuLturaL dis st trict Two banks telegraph and telephone 11IROJ express office flftur mills lumtxy yards PopulaUori iWO population of county 15000 Representative In Conches Hon IL IL thelth Cloverp iv- fv r IreentatiyeIa Kentucky Legislature j In Sebn f BeprSeBtaUTe 4a Htate Senate Hon U C 4cled pritJgftelcft Ky c fft COjjMTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT OOORT Crcutt Court b pinn oa the fourth lion diiy la febniary M y and October C E Patterson Jpd ceri t t t J tTeURTiILYCOURT Quarterly Court Is held on the third Yon liy In January AprtlJ Jutj and October I IL L LlUey jTudrk fti COUNTY COURT Couat Courtjueets Jo Lht fourth lion Ip day each nonthM j I BI1T1tsoyJvdet WF ooker antyX3lerfc T S Mayea rjou t ftAttoniHys IV ZRBlthJaIei i H B Poyrdl Kherift J 4 V RnurBnn l4nj Qiburne Deputies DyruCrbake EdMkaWrs l ZuaLsIrLooreonotyEorwcyor J jT P 0Bryan Assessor j jR Ward rfepnty A R Campbell Iiuuty Treasprei 4 PRNGPILODIBOTO 4 er pn aPJoa 1 e1ceMtrIIbal t tw oi UttfAuornev f tlUTIOOOURT Juntlr arc held m January April lair gIlOCtObIr CHURCH DIRECTORY 1 B4PTIS HUnOlJ1w c G Pug VJtr Service every JSiilayat U a m and 8pm nndny I P choi at 83J Prnvr MtCtLU on seibynLihtat72Opui weaj1 METHOD1PT ChURCh j Itnr PBF Atkinson Pastor rces onI DthltTPRFSBYTERIAN CHURCtA RevREO lAwIon1torSotYleesetcrv 1latidyatt ft m tfm 11ryr Meet tng oTery Thursday night SCATUOUC CUURCH Rerf PHennesyPUtor SorvicoAV rj iBnnday at 8 sad oclock a n Ucrvice at Bt Rose same hours j 5 v RTERN h oii JlUaoino LOME Springfield jiodgij IJo mecUOtocpndMonl lii each mcnth j Washington RO rtlapter Nt 27 meet r voTery third Monday IftJFpringdehl Council 1 No 62 meeU OTcry fourth Monday KsnouTi or Hosnp Meets every second in fourth Monday fn each month KiiiaureervueMceisMpct1 erery iret Wednesday of each month icLand N TIME TABLE r ArrIaLaM DjpartarjB ol rajr 4 43 4j44 i rx 1 x 6f4 740A Hprlnglleid Cv 0 SIan l3 Vaifley Hillc a fl i 62i 1303 Boolcer 5417- t IS U54 Crpaltw 5 54 6t 0 05 11 87 VToodlnwn 0 Ui 3 5 5S 1127 Early Times 0 2 2 640 1115 B rd town 6 80 40 50 uNiu3rethTuGW 3 5 27 to 00 Samuel Sr 10 3M Dcatsvllte 453 W aH3 1010 Cane Spring 6L34 601 WOOIf flob6Ui 41- s 4 ii6 00 52 Clearmont 0 8 vt 4 4J Bardstown Juuct 110 S y 4 Bhephrd vUlIJ 7 20 442llubere 77h4 sj rfj Sontb Park1J427 ssosouth1ou1av1ueTw5t 5 41U 8 00 LrLouisvthleAr 8 050 Fill AM lxMrM Personal RKB64paKO modlcal roferennt hook yan person nfUUtod with any tjpeuli chronlo qr delicate disease p cnlbir to tfelr sex Addreas the loading physi clans and unnreonsof the United tate L Dr Jlatuawar tCo70 Dearbortfelruel S Chlra n itJ rO55UJJIE A OID IYOIflA tTake Laxative Brorao Qulrin relIt t VU druggists refund the money Jf It f4IIft to euro 25o For sale by It Roboitano and Waters 4 BrovHo Thousands otf Buflbrera tromlligrlppc lii vo been restored to health J y One AUnute Crtniifh LIIrl5ItjUkkIy cure udngVsr colds bro cirAw pnpufnonlat 4iE luriVdJJ8eJfj iffi tsvTHf w NIWSLilDER COUNTY I tt ttlt It I It If JI Odds and Cuds of GossipJf If a TilE BAGlES SOSO The lioness whelped rind the sturdy cub Was seized by ape le and carried up And homed for awhile in an eagles EnestAnd slept for axvhilb on an eagles breast and the eagle taught it the eagles song liTO be stanch and valiant and free and strongitt The lion whelp sprang from the ccrio nest i p ty c gtJ C1fI I QU n blrdsrestr He fought tho King on the spreading1 plain And drove him back oer the foaming1 math He held the lands as thriftychief j And reared his cattle andreaped his sheaf Nor sought tbe help of a foreign hand Yet welcomed all to hia own free land Two were the sons that the country bore To tbe Northern lakes and the South rern shorn j And Chivalry dwelt with the Southern son And industry lived with the Northern one V Tearsfor the time when they broke anfonghtVTerwas the price of the Union t wrought Anti the land was red m a sea pf blood Where brother for brother bid swelled the flobdl And now that the two are one againt Behold their shield the word fien IAnbUlionoubsI song leSt uTf be stanch and valiant and andJjtronRl Foij the eagles beak and the Uon paw sf And tho Uona lan sand the eagles rclaw VfAnd the eagles swoop and the lions might And the lions leap and the eagles gbV fiI 8hellguard the flag with the fordj 4Nbw4batJ I f Heresto a cheer for the Yankee Bhipsl Jvtt fAHdTwelidonojSani from the motherB Upst ff RlcBard Mansfield In thp Baltimorot News IJ iy GET IN YET Washington county may have u chance i tyetyto get a company volunteer arrays from On the second call for intolt4 this state is to be more regiments DoG olson has been Commis siqne l by Gov Bradley as colonel of one of the regiments and hitsI opened headquarters at Losing j ton for the purpose of receiving recruits It is said that Colonel Colson has received numerous requests from all over the slate from men who wish permission to organize companies And it iis thought the regiment can be raised in short order When tim second call vas first made a Vvellknown exconfederate df hs tionnty expressed his inten jon to organize a company in Washington county and as are suIt of a few inquiries about ho is convinced that he will haio ho difficulty in getting enough men He wants however to be certain of getting a place in regiment before taking any ftheff thOr steps in the matter Colson it is said desires to get all of hiq companies froth Eastern Kentucky counties but he can probably be prevailed upon to make an exception and give Washington county a place tlrBEvatchlthQR veterans which formed in line on the street hero Monday and- in response to the drum beat- marched to the cemetery to dee orate the graves of dead com rades one is forcibly reminded that here are heroes of one long and terrible war some of whom look to be able and willing to face the dangers of another Indeed it would be well for some of tho young wouldbe patriots to look at this matter of enlisting to fight Spam as some of th6 veterans of the llate War do To tliem to those Who enlist and to those Who stay at hmoas vefYIIserious matter and one the clan ers of which are fully appre elated Nor does the spirit of sotin the present use cutany flgr ure with the veteran He has had all of the adventurer in that line that he is kokingIoi arid it is safe to say that when an army yeteran enlists he means busi ness and he gocsin 16 fight purely for the cause and for his country If ib were possible to make upa regiment of active able bodied veterans of the late war of tho blue and the gray we believe they could lick a whole aimy of Spaniards andi still have enough left to come thjjension do- 1partinent oPanLt gzye somehIfltod9 IT WAS Too MUCH He was an I old iellowwho had never seen a war vessel nor tho sea either most likely but he had read and heard a lot about naval conflicts and ihe possibilities of such so he had his opinion which he ex pres ed oracularly as follows I tell you what ib is I dont want anv of thisfihthion the ocean inmjne Its too much of a good thing Why on one of them vessels a man is liable to I be shot and killed and then drownded No sir if I have to fight I would rather take my chances on land tNOT so SRYWashingtonl county is not so shy after all in fur pishing soldiers fbr tho Kentucky volunteers and not withstanding the gibes of the Marion county papers and peo ple when simmered down it will founid that Washington county fbe about as many boys onlisted as Marion county Of course Marion county hus the credit of furnishing company bat iit Is offfrom other counties Washing ton county has furnished recruits for Company Xi First Regiment for the Bar dstownj company for the company at Capt1Swe l making iivtho aggregate quito a good number Had ilit not been for thor unfortunate muddle aris ing pyet tja selection of officers iere wpfflc probably have been 2gdifficuitf In g tfg up a full fIiTim mpany uIAIIIwiiufd bo catty redjiPOf If every homo wore supplied with a bottle of Ir Bolls Uljlt1tnen oftonfectliuia AU druggUts sell iIt at l6c NOCUIB no juiy Music on flue Grapjinplione Few people appreciate the marvel pna powers the Qraphophoso asan entertainer It is un Inetrtnnont which though Itcosta tnnob less than the Jeaiif expensIve musical instru mont wilt enable ittr owner to have at pleasure music ot any kind from that of a bagpipe to that of a grand mill tary band It reproduces vocal selec tions and gives one commarid dfevery pleasure that appeals to ibfe sense of hearIng No investment pays such large returns in pleasure Besides Reproducing tho musical and other records mado for entertainment par poses the Graphophone will record immediately and reproduce at once und as often as is desired your own words or song or any found By writing to Columbia Phonograph CoI 019 Pennsylvania Avo Washington cntaloguethntrlwill of Qraphopbono outfits tf Children like It1t savo tholr llvos 101 mcun Quo Minute Coiulr Cure the falllltlo rotncdy fir oouKhsCfildfs croup ItroiiftliltiH grlppo and nil throat and lung truulilox WuwJft liruwno Capt Sweeneys Speech Capt W5 H Sweeney of the Lebanon company made a very yatrioiio speech it accepting a flag presented to his co while It Lexington papyI Sweeneys address ol accenlauce IS as loU wt Governor J3radleyIn accept lug tl jis beautiful ill the cut blem of Liberty and Freedom I deslrdto say for and in behalf of Company F joining Ompany 0 of the Kentucky State Guard that we appreciate the spirit iu which it was given This gom pany was named for you from a high regard for you personally and as the Governor of this State and we beg to assure you proItectedJine it with Manili breezes to carry it to the hacks of The Darro or plant it upon the crumblini walls of the Alh mbra s far as lies within the power of human couiajje iit shall tel done Tue bays that now stand beneath its folds come from as good and uoble families as live within Kentucky and through their veins courses nota drop of cowards biooJ Long since the opportunity was given to thtf weak kuees and the cowards t011 step to the re tr and I regret to say that some taw members of the compaoy that bare your name availed themselves of the opportunity Let them rest in meacej ond they ignored 40ndi fOrgotten us they wiUbthei- cs jfore qiiLy ttlled Bet tee agiiu assfire vou that whew this war is over and although it may be this companys fate that but few of us may return toil worn and battle sirred to relate Lhe history of thisfirtg I believe that I can truly say that they will tell its story proudly and in carrying it may remember that we have a kind rem ra brance vof its generous giver who to me personally haS ever beeu than biud STATEO1lJJIOCITYOP roLimofC80 COUNTV f Frank JClicnQV iimlcc e oath tliat ho fa the senior pnrtner of the flrifi of F J Cheney t Co iloInK lmsliief In tho City of Toledo county slid slate aforo teaidj and that Mid firm wilt pny the sum orONE HUKIIRED DOtTnrore- ath and ovary case of Cittarrh that cannot ho curd by tbo Uso of Halls Cfltnrrh Cure FKAKrCJCdlCNBy- Rworn to leforr mo and 8tirlbCdln 1Al SR Lll AWGLEASOX Not ry Public Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern llvj uhf autH directly on the blood l n1i mucous BiirfnccH of Ibo ttyHteni Send for testimonIals freo F J Oil ENK Y A CO Tolcao 0 Sold by irrnffgtijln 76o hhutils Family lmliluo tim best 51Itt ttUtu I SlIfSl for sale or cxchnnco inserted in this l JIpublication lj IMules and horses are advancing and the wise man will keep hiS yo on the main chance in the better bred horses t i The Lebanon Enterprise says W 0 Rogers sold to Hudson Bros of lioar Iflvllle laetTtfeeday 23 head of Oavaly horses also one car load to Robinson Co of Chattanopcit These horses sold forRood prices ranging from em to 8135 t Air Rogers wants more govem1mcnt tt tHorses for the United States ser vice must be 15 hands anti 1 Inch to 10 bands high 4 to 8 yearsroid xveJght 950 to 1100 Ibs must bo either brown sorrel gray blaok or buyI skin strictly sound of gentle siton and have good style action and wind titAt a public sale in Ohio Mr Co lumbus Dlxdn sold 70 head of Jersey cattle registered including calves and aged bulls at an average price otL InctelUlftd111nowners registered Horsey caltje I It now seems certain that there will be a large crop of peaches this In fact those trees that fruit said would bear no fruit this ycnr1 cause of the latOj freezes now abundant crops on them not so many peaches on a tree as last year but that may for the mst t Robert Tyler tbewcllknow sheep man at Casper Wy writes that 60 000 sheep are now being sheared at place by machines Thirtysix machines are in operation and tho number of hoep cUpped b v dry by experi enced hands run from 100 to 18Qpcr man IltnIchlLIw r till und curing with itrong mod iclncs only makes coiidltloitH worse l irritatlnir lift delicate ftomneli AVIilcuH- Cnmtn Vprmlfugn U mild lint cortuliMn- oir Ht and is n superior tonic as well pnnltivn worth destiojor Ilityilon it Itobortton Politics Is at a mighty low ebb in this neck 0 tha woods at the present typesetting Tne heated street discussions that usually precede Democratic gatherings are heard now the eloquence of the candidates iis practically silenced by the guns of the war and there is nothing but the call of the committee to indicate at1 conventions are soon tp be Held to name the next congressman and to nominate a candidatij fjr judge of the Court of AppcaUr Glasgow New 5Wliatsiii a Nlime A special to the Cincinnati Eoquirer says Zdccafone Zac arelli a private in Company F Sesopd Regiment Lebanon is in the hospital tha badly cut left habd a swollen heal face and mouth minus two teeth and badiybruised body Th1sls the result of the first real fierce fight jn camp Zicarelli Attempted to pass the guard at the camp en trance about ilocluck one after poon of last week He had no fpass and when the guard re fused to let hm out he knocked dowri the guurd and ran inlo the lawn LieurSa k of Company tU with a detail of men captured IZacarellV and put him in the jguaTrd house but not without a strUggled The luXuriated Italian when unbound threw one of the privates through a window ind began pursing Lieut Slack who who attempted to bundcuff him Blacks sword unsheathed itself and fell to the floor Z careltl secured It aLd made a thrust at Slack who caught the weapou handan sameIboiied lhefwot9uptept minutes black with Lobe aid of a couple of privates bybaullatttr removed to the jospitalt Zacarelli is regularly enlisted in t e United States service and iis subject to court martial and the penalty is eighteen months im jrisqment l itnve Tow Kldnty Trouble 4A Me trial bottle of Foidys jKldttey i yuro111 prevunt serious reaulN from Wis PSIlIUY Mal dlsoaao Ilitydon it Rubcrtsori st 1Our McClure iels the Democrat of the remark it elf1tD9vbich he counted forty eggs arid ait is the nature of this nestmsmaIiV more that he could not jlas to count In fact the eggs so numerous that it rA quired two ot thefOa large fowls to cover the pest In the same lino Will NuLson has a tiOof ducks thtarit ahead pf the pro cession when jit coroei to pro ducing eifga For the past one t chthas producfid an egg daily and they are still lafing Wlp chester Demo t Queer t tltdleln 1Asn incdldlnpMrhofo proprlot ra ulalm to have Ulscpvercd some unknown Ingredient or that It u cure all This hunmt medloluo only clliliim to cure certain and that Its In gredients are rncognized by the most ftktllod pbyiilciuns as biting the best for FolovaiiTon Charles Bladdford of Brt52kcnridie county is an an ouocfad candidate for the Repub ilican nomination for Congress The Republicans as a rule consider Mr Blandford their strpnp est man and It is very likely that hu v ill be pitted dgainst our little plant HonD H1 Smith and it Is very certain that the tollMrtoll of the election are made public in November Mrs bmith6 reeI ord In Congress has been a su perb one and the people of the district want more of It Dave Smith is a political warrior who has few equal In this state and always docs his work in Downy style Mr Blandford was Speaker of the historical and notorious house of Representatives in 1890Laru County Hercld NfiwsLEADEHra you nuckicns Arnica Salve The best Milivo In5 the World for Cute UrulKfH ioioas ulwns UlctelM Salt Rheum Fovcrsnresrettervlhappod l hnccH CellblalnH corns unci all skin eruptions payJrequired It IsguarnnlQodto give per fot 8itlsfuctlon or money refunded Price 25 cents perbox at Jlavdou it Uh orisons Drug Stoic Many people seem to take great pride in charging the press with fling their daily issjes with all kinds of sensational stories and say they put very little confidence in them Yet these same people iiavo failed to remember that through the presses our only means of obtaining inform atioi This has been fully reat I 1tEwideawake cani I I canII t C v i4 IBEST ADVEKTISINQ Ji g r LThTEST f WRR NEYfl5tr r Jt WI SMITHI I CDi13A- Our i i complete stock and ourS 01if PR1CESare PTODA1E r qI We have a finfe clean stackt4aldwz 1Ftfi tgooSs KQCK BOTTOM l31S iiIPIPfxireNi1 HI i t quote you a few prices on The following atic1s T STANDARD PRINT 8ci LAWN 4 tti 4iI 7C4J rtritt FINE PJ RCALEStl V p ju y ttJir1ii RENO IA ORGANDIEs 12jc and 17c 0ScSf tI t f aMEN S DUCK bUt rVS2 75 tobCfO 0 fi JJ trv 4et r MENS 5DITS 8350Worth SCLfJO v it J itcr CriAt WORSTED uifrs 7 00 worthlO1O0 Is uiCEIILDS SUIT 85c worth SI150 Vi MEN S SHOES 95ci worth 1 50 81 Sq hoes worth 82 90 V Web so many targains we oinnot mention all 6ftlfet Alsowe will pay thaliighest prices for Fool Eeatheii and Hide l c and all Qther Country Produce k 5Sv We have purchased a and complete itof MerohandiiiepAV at prices that have not been named or qubtedin this market or aiy ltj other cLlt by FAVOR but 1f o t Jt unrivalled rep tatiop jJ Y1 4S r We take the time to show our 1custnrpuir iL goods buying or noV t v l I i S ti IIm SMITH c OOi t i SPftlNGFIELD = KENTUCKY HAGAN BLOCK j ized during the forepart of this week And the same people tray bo to see tbat the press of the world is its greatest rneans of education Pembroke Review TIe Nure Lncrliipe Carr There iinti usa uPcrlna from tho dondlul malady If you will only fcet tho right remedy You arc having pain nil through your body rout llvdr tll oijtof jrdor have no fijtlUt Jill lifcqc ttia bltiop have bad Uflci In fart are caI- npIotel3uaidiip Mlcotnu UlttnrM Is the only remedy that will Rivoyou prompt and sure relief They act dlrvctly on ybuf liver stomach and kldnevi1 tone up tho whole system and intake you tool like a sew ixriiu Tliov are gUMrnnt Xd to euro or price refunded For sale by ilaydon it Robertson Only Me a bottle The report that boy TinCup Bradley commissioned Owens to get him away from the tall campaign is enough to make a cbim paozen laugh Owens look no part in the national campaign pod It is reasonable to he would not in the state campaign Mr Owens is no fiee silver man at least bis record as cuingrfss man will not show it forif we remember correitlv ha mad n speech the free coinage of both gold apd silver ai their commercial value If tie- fooislllerwoUtd comO along h would catch tim fl Uov that started the retort that Bradley had commissioned Owens to get him out of tbestate and prevent him from taking part in the full campaign Even in our county election Mr Owens was not so- varrnGeOrgetown News Jt Is a great leap from tthe old oiled dows ol blue inassTithd itaiteous physIcs to the nlettsantljttlitiJlis knf ha UeWltts Little Early lJlponjThpy cure eVfjRti pntion sick houduolfe aud bit ouslueas tCM fBrowttf y G LEXrjEn reach the farmeri and othertc lnyerjA MEPIUM i at PI 1ve that new forced believe favoring A Warrow Excnpe Thankful words written by Mrs Adft K liarS qf Qrojon S D tlWns taken pvlth a bqdoold which settled ulli my llung cough set In nn4 tlnally tenul nated In consumption Four doctors gave ma up saving J conli live but a short time I KIlf liiyself np to my Savior actcrmiiietlt It I could not stay With my fronds on earth I would meet my alwfciit ones above Mv husband wits advised to get lr King New bbs coyery for conHumptlnn coughs and cnlds 1 gave U n trial took nan fight bottleo tahlUl cured me and thank Ood I tint saved iiitd now a Voll and healthy woman Trial bottles five at llajdon ARolert on Ritgular size too and poOuafantcod 05 pike refunded B4BZ IS BOEN 1BEFORE A Valuable Little Book of JAterest to All Women Sent Fro Every woman looks forwr jd with feel lags IndescrIbable Joy to the ono m0 mentous evon of her firecompared with which all others palo into Insignin canco how proud and hnppy she will be when her precious bob nestles on her breast r how sweet the name of Mother I And yet her happy anttcl1 patton of this event Is clouded with misgivings of the pain and danger of tho ordeal so that it Js Impossible to avoid the feeling ot constant dread which creeps over her Tho danger and suffering attendant upon being a mother ho entirely presented so that tho coming of the little stranger need not bo looked forward to with fear Und trembling na rfa often the case Every woman who rends this paper can obtain absolutely froo a vat uablo and attractive little book enti sendi1gherRegulator CoAtl vnta 6a This book contains priceless information to all women and no one should fAIl td send font J ooldlllr cough I hart a little boy who was urarlv deal from nn atluck oh wlmojin couch My iielhbitrn reeornmtntM hamb rjalns Cough ttomcciy dirt not hlnk that any lucdiclno would help himt1ltlt aftef Lv1ig Mm u few losoji ufl that remedy f notJWHl nifiniprrtvtutapt ri Otto hut tie cured him entirely his ihabwit cough mediulno I ever had ltiUiehoijie J 4l Moore Sontb Urguuttitoii Jt 110111 iituy4ott tjtlerbnn It is said that all except a hanc3Sful of the formidable company tf forty some odd beys of Elkt 111I nod vicinity whq made pr parti armvhaveIsioce fog officer in that city fortintd themselves in the vioeclad hills of North Todd acid are now lat trig dead for Blanco whole I army They s ouvHo prefer V war of the defensive plan mad they have declared by their actions tbat they wilt tightn out no this line if it taeg all summer Pembroke Bdfleiri Iit To Cure Con tlpatlonFeeTr- TaVo CamatcUl CauJy Cattmritc 111111II IfC C O fall to cureS dn fiteM m jusiSGood t as Scotts fItLcheaper is a staktaMt iianrtinri made by ttft drisg1zt wlNaSNtts EmuIsloalscalkJlor TkksiMws that thedrujfiit tfccaa lW Kf aW f ttsJSEmulmion lof CWLivet CXI wlt HyfopiiDi phitcs of IJmt aM Wiadkstandard an the etfrducr iriw desires to procure tht ItwJjccaosc he fcapws it KM Weft of untoH benefit sfco U not for Oinstant think of taking tbe ifak ofJusmr Mcvnlrisdspa ratiost Tit auktItide fof iomtt sw to h- sHIUt14ooktaij aN pEspn ttyflYaaE4rksgMt tlbC ltiiM c1 f 1stthatj 4it lIISU fl cQnAJ9Wn at w it v I J 4r1IB NEWSLEADER N E L DAVISON JRr THUnSDAY JUMB 2 1603 k t WAR BULL BT1NS 1t AssocIatd Press reports from f Port au Piinceand OapoUpytie1 r ji y Ba that the outer fortifications ofSantiago harbor were bom Ibarded Tuesday by the American float The reports are from I Spanish sources and are not veifiock Nx statement is made as to the damage done The t American jQsetis said to have wIconsisted of fourteen vesselsone rk Thj of them the New YorkIf t113ft doubleijt the hoot must have been reen forced n Monday Fromtwo pointcpme reports of an Amferi dnijuadroniinp1ngfinthat i t 4 di41 1I18n 1 i J pSrppprt from Cape Haytien t i isijiya that Commodore Schley j t fdrpecl an entrance to the harbor a4 engaged if the Spanish fleet ThisTsrtUscredited at Washing l- tonSItis known howevqr that some of the Spanish ships had IN movedtoapositioausonear the tr eatracQ to thehrbor as to be easily visible and thse may thave been driven into the onSgagement as Jhe fortifications fr1 were bombarded The firing is said by one re 2 4 Lportto havecontinued two hours i1 and i bl1 another to have lasted f more than four hoursa 3wo torpedo boat destroyers dprobably the Furor and Pluton T made a dash outs of Santiago f ha br5hort1y after midnight Sunday and began an attack on the battleship Texas The oaemy was discovered and the J I guns of the Tessas opened fire TJi4Brobkiyn also opened fire and the men on all the other t ships were called to quarters The torpedo boats were not StUCk but were compelled to turabacic their daring attack 1 L h4ig failed CJto Miles Jhas left fpr the 1 i t Sbufii and movements against 4 Santiago dbCuba and San Juan t ariito proceed immediately Itlis now the plan to send a small army to each ot thesejSpanish v por1SAfldtOCaptUrOhefl1bCfQ II an extensiVe campaign in Cuba Iis Undertaken Gen Lee has been ordered from Tampa tofl Jacksonville and ft is probable that the Santiago expedition j will embark at that point under command of Gen Lee Gen Shafter will probably lead the expedition to San Juan Gen 1 swill not command either 4rrj fcxpeditioii in person i unless orders are changed r ThatDreadlnl told thnvfarfulcniighdangeriign t Jti JavipplnK tho valfty from your Iuns T dHy a bottle of Dr Bells HtinTar Jloney will eurojt tomorrow It my be tooIatw This rcnady will ciirnadcep oattxlgold or ii 8orlou cough and gvi ttvruth to the lungs All good drug gistsaLIIIL lor IhiliioM null hildrrrr there notlilrt e6 good In tlio treat J mont ot coughs and JooUls sui Dt UellK J Inc Tar honey It euros jupwhoop il1ngugIicoIdin tho heRd nndjlve Terrcshlng sloop Children love It old people likolt GoocT druggists sell it MACKVILLE Prom Urnell r Correspondent Mr Berry Oronchwho has f Ibewi visitrpprrelatives inr ndiana returned home last wee Mrs Mary Pnltgr and Miss 7 Ada Parker of Perryvtllpjttt t tended church here Sijnduv tMrsJ H Dlroellof Lxing LieurS4 Tuesday 1c F Mr Thos Derr and family of Barrodstmrg sppnt Saturday tnd Sunday witli hisreuls utI tbia place 14 iIHS Lizzie Parkerreturjied tol her home at PrrvvU Sunday after spending ppv ral weebP iirmeDiiuImedforywttr Oa arfrhg my hnnj were riiand gara crooked Thoy would cractaUorcr i and the blood woold ran from Uua Tho IdocerordQred mo to give up work SARit to3k4A eight Isl yrlch oenpete1y heal dme rSL0ANEcyersford F30 t 1Vjtftu0 IWhich is better to thoroughly cleanse and purify the blood just now or make yourself liable to the many dangerous ailments whioh are prevalent during summer Impurities havo been1 accumulating in the blood A IT winter and right now ih tho time to get rid of thorn A thorough course of Swifts Specific is needed to cleanse the blood and purify the system touiug up and strengthening it ell over Those ho take this precaution now aro comparatively safe all summer inyiteBotneform moil during the trying hot season It is now that a course of Swifts Speoi1 c ssSfr- tTha BlOod tOWllrdlroXldering the summer when sickness is so touiclandbecause jt is a real blQod remedy rind is made solely to search out an4 remove all impurities j and supply an abundance of pure rich and red blood S S S is made exclusively of roots and herbs and 19 Natures own remedy If- si purely vegetable and is tbo only blood remedy guaranteed toI contain no potash mercury 1s1wpekS1 lSTomlWilsoo I of near Springfield visited rela uves here Sunday booljCuday with a good crowd in atieud S oliCedeld gave us two flue sermpns Giuldrens piy was celebrated tteea M B5 church Souday The e eciaes were flue and tfce erQ 5d jivas larjje Miss Flora Smith of Bards owo2ud Alias fcdoa 6olvin of SpringdeTd spent stvrt diiys llast wnek with the latiers aunt Mrs Green Poster A Warm Friend i Folcv Clh Cure In tcrv hot but when diluted it Ilfu warm fribiid indeed tpithose KtiflVrit fn m bowel com yatCtllaidou tRol ortsoiu 1 JrdsJ e couch ullavH Irritation if tho throat and relieves congestion of tup lungaln day It fand plcaennl to take lind never disappoints 15 und 50o ut la don llobertson MOOKESIVLLC Prom Our Kejrular CJurrespondcnt Born May 25 tv the wife o mice Royalty jin Rlh girl On May 22 to the wile of T More head a 10 lh girl A valuable mire belonging to offtJbe trestle at Ituulier apd wa killed Mr Mollie Green wns receirpd iin ihu Catholic church last week A godly number of cur pdoT F 1e 1ujlnUTess Va5hborn and U S Byoiet areon the sick list Mrs Flora Smiths father Tfr fHumuo of LcuisvIlIwtt acci deutalykiled in the city lat Friday Precinct meetings npxttrSattir day Dos be on band and lei us pus forth the bo3trnan Tie war fever had worn Htd wnruAbout as Iarguaerod as ever Hssemblud at NHW dope church was here ciaturdcty and Sunday at the Sunday School CwjVfln tiou Of coufsQ the crowd Sat utduy WHS the largest as dinner tusubundauCH wa served tiieps ritiuUs from SpringfleWeI otbPrllJhwas 1 ntp Mudraior and Bo 0110 JTwusprLethleauxj Luumsvulte led iin singing NEWSLE DER l 00 a year J 0 1t1Df1t w VW0 A DUEL IN THE 5N W1LtJo IcrWcnt r Vdab Wtu Founded frIEvery hItS seen jtho engraving ot Geromas beautiful but sadly offcotivo picture A Duel In the SUOvtI Tlirtntgh the mist of otirly rapruing ono aataficulst is lying on bill back on tho sward while his adversary loaning on n friends jm fa slowly walking encQbntor1BotbI tUtntt of n Pundt bs h thicket a ear riage waits to driVe bn wltb the suo eofisfU opponent Thej6 is every ron Q1 tf fcelicyeffom fAlfredt ouuvna that lInipresSivo episode tbe erilet was nqt induouced hy solely im reprodriCC1The facts aru ai follows The duelists rmerminlitbrand empire nuJ M D Dtn well known jonruaHst on tbo saff of ono of Lbs most InfluentiAl l newspapers in the north of France When tho duel occur redbotb wuro studylug for the bar One fehrovoTne dcy they in company with friends bad repaired to arostan rant on the BouleVard with n view of enjoying c good dinner and afterward of gong to the tnasqaoraclo ball nt the Opera Thcy all agreed to go aa Pier rots An tboy all wore masks somo ono suggested that they Should adbptsomo dstinctivo sign by wWcb they cOUld r cogizo ono another in the crowd p DEn that they Should pin a la bel blaring a number to their make The idea wan unanimously adopted and nceordlnslyI jokciVhcahave d tidkct pinned to his beck his friend D D had written in large letters beneath the number lam Jules I3ramo Ono can cftEily imogino what was the result Ko eOOler had Bramo sOt lOot in the thuds paonigb 4p tho pro qladyparing to cuter a private box cried outt I yrish yoa saco ss Julep Dram tJ Later on on reentering tho paesage he ewaseurroundcdaders who with one voice shouted out Good day my dear Brims That proved to bira that he was known to every cue although ho was puzzled to boiopener the girl burst oat laughing Ho Inquiredl angrily what she was laughing WbyV the repliedIII am laughiuto at the foray idea which led you to phi a label on your back with your name on it tI And suiting the aatiou to the word she unpinned tho labal and hand ed it to him Bramo considered the jjoke net bad taste but iiittulting Ha IJul6JOut his oamrade nnd finding the saloon he reproached him angrily in the hearing of tbecrowd sisting that ho should upoJogizoi openly thou and there D p reseating bia friends attitude toward him declined to apologize A duel therefore in cc jsordauco witS French hIts and cus tamsnce chosen Short swords were pro cured and iiu their Pierrot costumes the antagonists started for the Bois do Boulogne Portcaately the duell d duot cud fatally us seems to be the case in Geromee picture for although Brome fiSobis sword right through D Da body no vital organ was touched He r tocovettagouists becatoo fast friends again Westminster Gazette TO BEGtfitrt51CIUN Good Advice Per TbOM Who Attempt to Write Uook Road up on United States history you will got some usefull information anyway and see what you can do with that Dont take your scene from Franco or Italy where you have never been Home is nearer and just as good IfI ou cart light upon on idea which has not been done to death or a situation unhackneyed or unfamiliar make tho most of it Now England has been co run upon that Iif affords material only io a few experts Thojniddto states and those between the OhIo and the Rock lee locally speaking aro a poor literary field Tint the south and far west or6 noa worked out Xet Avoid dialect main reliance its day is done Avoid hifalutin spread eagle and riproar ing styles they aro of tbo yet remoter past Find out what your bent is it youI have any and what you have to say anything if not seek other pursuits Remember that a poor story or essay of less vuluu than a peck of inferior ap pies nod tbafthe author of a bad novel entitled to no more respect than n shoemaker or a farmer who does not 0 pioueeplfziow seems poor work bat they knew uo better then and hud nothing better they were pioneers and as such entitled 05 place Ia history but nobody is go tug to write the history of the multifa rious Iitcrary efforts of our time that come to nothing Whatever you do take pains with itt Try at least to write good English Learn to criticise andcorrectyour work yocr best into every sentence If Ila are too lazy and ctreloss to do thai- sr go into trade or politics It to become mila congressman or lionaire thau n real author Bud we have too many bad story toiler III it ia Llppincotta Alapasuie BETRAYtD BY FLAPJACKS A Walter Who Can Tell A aian Occu pation bT the War Ue Eats There is a waiter In a Dearborn street restaurant who has discovered the sal eace of reading a mans occupation by his manner of eating He can tool into the calm eye of a customer engaged iu disarticulating a ham and and termine with wonderful acCuracy whether the man is a scissors grinder or State street merchant Of course ono tnustbon close observer to do all this aud it isnt everybody that ii afforded a lunch counter for n field of study Yet if the student will avail himself of opportunities while seated at the juaboRnny board be will fiud that when the business man is ut the table some habit acquired in the plbeFor nn Instance the banker may com b in and order wheat cakes If ho doesv tho waiterdeclares hewill iuvariabl dip his fingers in the water and run over the cakes to ace 1f there isVmis count ECQlfdoe of bread If he orders flapjdicks is sara to slip them one by ono from tho clothinssi1lcstnnnthe light and feel the tnsturo while the keen serverwt11 notice that the jew elpr upon ordering pie will hold it to his ear hako it and then listen after which he wfll lift off thq top crust with the point of his knife and azatnino the iasiaey Piriutf em interivcw tho other dav r hen Vea1c IVcnry and Wasted Fo LlO3Psiclne Ha don lz Itobortdon If NoTolJnio for Kitty Clint menkenstrpnsWbodl ttb sc hience11 bare not mastsrod my science and palletSIhsQ grei tstndy noel I think in Imo 1tIwUhpnlmisttycc lenoiHavo you over made a mistake Incjsdgiug a thausecoupatSonV Vd4Onyb lollodps to thp mans busiaeds rcpnftsa I waB stumped The ftllpw came in and o thrderedhim a glass of water Ho looked at it v toitiiVo erderVleIt costs you nothing says I and you dont need to drink it unless you want ta Ho thanked inn and what do yo- uthinkhe brokehis bread into it and then ate itwith a spoon I didnt know what to nlako of it and for the life of m theness was When ho was leaving i tap p ed him on the shoulder sad asked him o UviugWh1 l Chi ago ptorOceatipsALADS AND HEIR MAKING Rale Which HXnrt Uo Obcjecl If Sncc eu to Utt AnarciU The most important part of a sal alli is the dressing stud the ingrcdi jnt in the dressing nbont which ono sbonld ba the most particular Is itiip goottonrulo nlwaya to Lo observed in the reparation of n salgd cssingnn lotl it bp tbo right sort or your Cross ting will bo poor Tho reason why pno can nlwaya got n botfoi BJilai Inn cheap Pnri lan cafe thou can bo obtained in the bpst of our botols and restaurants la simply that in Paris rinditidced all tOlL Franco they use tho purest and best of olive oil tarragon malt cndvwino vmnogarTTbo alleged cider vincgrtr of Amer lfro ia rarely fit for use and the whito wino vjnogar which isVnabrl su1phuriuA prepared often forms ttbo best part oil a dinner The French dressing for green salads and tnnyonnaise fur mont fish arid otboi lieavV Balails ii tbo rnlo 1jizter Xagllsh There fs a signboard above the gate way uf the Bye infirmary Newcastle niMniTyne which tells us that when ihiq gate is closed urgent cases and nc c idonts mAst JI5 tho front doorbell Cnturyauotfccto mtnloryVisirors within 100 yards of this spot sovozaa njconJlYDYnj moou aro eome ttimcs large Aid Ecmoiicics svrtH Lo cause they are formed at different beigUbIn the air J Tkd nickel Cut was authorized Feb 21 i8Jj7 and its ooipngc was begun the cnmn yourV How to etcct a Heal GJiost Hero is something that will bo of absorbing interest to the great mss of people who perhaps have neveV Been a real ghost but wboaco Hviajj in mortal dread that they may nil up against ono on any dark night Tho nrtlclo is from liTho Annual of fiScientific DiscoveryVEvery ono Who Uaa pressed his oyos when shut b more or loss scram of tho curious colorod figuresI that aro thus brought before tbo consciousness and others are again aware that when looking into space curiously shaped bodiosfloafc baf ore the oyo as though tboy really OOQQ pied splice in tho horizon of vision These last are occasionally sum ciontly obvions to cause annoyance PhSiCinns1who nomonh of the oyos bnvousomotimos assumed vory definite forms andI their study has enabled the physic ogists to givo what Are conaidorcdi vory satisfactory explanations of tho to1pOlsto1 interesting the sights and particulars wonders concornlngI persons daring 60joqantcd60j ossnry for this purpose is when tbo supposed ghost is seen to press thp llnJtorfhen1ttho otfect of doubling tbo image tho presence cf a rqiiior objective ghost tOny at onco bo doubted and the whole scare bo referred tosomo do Iojt of vision VHer Compliment Mr VSnnggsMiss Dol1o old paid yon a cam l1m nt last night Mr Van Brnam What did sbo say Mr SnrgssSho intimated that yon looked like mo Mr Van Braam I dont knovi 1IIowMr Snnggs Sbo did not say it in many words but sho said yon looked like a smnrhnnu Pittsburg ChronicloTolograpb Vheat stands nt tho head of food grains containing dqt onlyn oonsid ornble proportion of starch but also most of tho uitroganous cldinouts adapted toutho support of ufo Drums nro readily susceptible to the wcntbor ohpngoe When wol voatbQr is impending the drbm hood ismuob tighter anti givcsforth moro Bouiiidf than when tho air is dry Charles VI of Franco received froto t bIn sabjoots the title tho Well Baj Ir1tberI XV of ironccj i i i TilE YIOMJDRSOF SCIENCE ung Consumption andtcientistor Headers The chami6tyiSlocumarfUauie nod MMoluto cure for consump en iTulmotiary Tu crculosls cnn all onehisi thrWt lutfg and cheat diseases itubborfl cuughK cutarrhal affectlone gen eral decllua and weakness loss of flash and conditions ofwil send THttEE FREE BOTTLKS all different of his now diaboyories to any uffliatttd read er the JiBWflLBADEjt wrltingfor tarn Illsuew Sclontttc TreataeDt has thousands permanently by its time use and he considers It a simple profetn tial duty to suOforlnj humanity to donutt a trial of hU infalllblo cureVBiionce daily dovolopes wondcrsand xretxt chemist patiently expei imputing for year hK jiroduced results as boioflola humanity aeati4o claimed by any mod ra genius Ills assertlotT that lung traub a and consumption are curable in any climate ta proven by ueartfuit letters of gratitude filed in lila American and Euro poqTi laboratories In thousands from those cured In till liiurts of tho world Medical asjMjrts concede that bronchia chestiind lung troubles lead to consump ou which uninterrupted means speedy liud csrtainlleathSSimply write toT A SlocumMI G Jine Btrt WdwYprk jrlVlnp post ohio a w xuediciwilltake iiuuint adyautae of this generous position Please toll the Doctor that you saw hit offer in the NswsLanon JHGENTS MHNT FOI THE LIFE OF Im E Gladstone BY JOHN CLARK MIDPATH LLO Tho most celebrated orator und statesman of modern tunas his trilllont genius ant rvmarkabto characUr lila grand aclupvemunts an Louder sad Prime Mln iister his mngniQccnt triumph In preat I g p s d iiakingii m Held Order oufflt oday Extrerlencenot- necofsnry as everybody wants it Mention DoljtIThat in how long Adolph JJ her of- ZCllelo11h0 Bullorcd from rilod He was cured by tiling three boxes of Dc Witts Witch Hnzijl Sal ye Waters tUrowno V4 BnllartJs Snow IJtilmont There In ugIth eal It will cure roHt IUcJlhilllilH Dud corns Hold I3 llaydon JtHoborison f Grral DlIljof nnnbccessiir v expenditure of timo ndinoneyinny ba saved If you will only keep n bnttlq of OtHdwollv Svnip Pepsin in the house Nhioteiulip of IIl1j orduniry Klukiio iMfiiun tim stomach uncljUII OlIzes OFFICIALV WAR BOOK a IIboutndhofficer Nearly pugts Metve vol nine Marvelotmiy thtnp b stt author ship Only authentic ofikial book Esr perieara riot itoceuary Ai body can kull itto Ladles as auccrdui s8geutiatnsn W nlare the target numuriptiott book Una America Write tin titty persona ant- employed in onr correspgrnlitnc dcpart meat alone to serve yen Uur book Is Jut thltIt ever nfoit Ilbjrul tornguaranteedl ARvntsnrnktitg to tatt ipar daY Twenty day credit given FralgLt paid Kull book stint prepaid to a wntc 8145 Hplrndid sample outflt and full Jn fctructinns fro tflr nine 2eont luiupfj to 111 pOstO Mml1ofJ this papur- MONROE BOOK tic Dept M 4t tilicoo ILL A liirpld II vcr roliy you of youratn hilton anti ruins your nlih lloWit 5 Little Eurlv JInen chemise tho Hvor nuro constipation and all ftomach and liver troubles Waters A Hrownc SvrutR CALDWtLLt3Nil CUREO COU8TPATIOI1I M L Yocum rlllllal I wwe tiller for ton yuant trvliig niont all kinds of pile remcdiPM but without sutw DeWlUa Wild lintel Sttvo rocromineiuled tn inc I used otto bush I has eireutml i pornmnent curt 4e n permanent cure rf plies iniiivn- Wltch DnzolSalvO Inis uo equal Watora Iirowee I Sound Lungs f j arc kept sound and weak luygs v ore made strong by DR BELtsg t PIMnTARlIoNimva scientilic 0remedy of the most wonderful efficacy in sill l iga ections ItlUtMIUere cot Sly phjilclans would not recover hut liu IiNs- TAnlisauser mtopud the cough at toIIondVxtn reitore me to bealtn A ALLKN clear Bprlnsi DR BLLS X7ii PNETAR- I I JIJNEVIis a certain specific for coughS colds sore throatibronchjtis oath cr09pItledrncTUU 4r vnt spun rvcelpt of pricv by F r Sctktrluil t c rwk oooo Keepit Posted ON THE IwAR By a special l arfangeriient and for a shah time only ve will offer the Twicea Neck I CCourieli Jourilalr r AND THE NewsLoader t t ODe Year For Only 125 I aIthevine of any them aridol you gettit twice a veeK with the NewXl e der making three papers a week or I56papersa y earfor oniy a Dollar and avvQuaTteVv 1 I This offer Is open to alJt l su bscri oe S tith iN is IEjii id rho pay up and ona yeac in iiadV vaoce and 10 nynew tub scriiesVwJ consider this one of thk i moictIihi raIetTriwadVodl tben is no retonvlhy boyuDu Ktioulrt not keep posted ooa the war news andnome news as well Address communications to- E L DAVISON JR VBub IVKWSLEADER Spninusfild Ir VCountry Store House for Rent raUIOfttl6e4prisjzfluidl l pikes center at this point Depot agency and Postotto po with it Stock ssies uleouatrytorvIncunRQUdbus1neuFor Mrs T 8 OUUNDY Valley HIM KyV or A R CAROTUEIta Custom Huae Leufsvile4ttV IIKotfpI bohltuainoand gave him a bottlo of tboFO fumoiiH Httio pitlM for oori8tlpntlonBl hood ache liver nnd stomach troubles Wator A Browno nothing Uke It for an enteraiunsea Other socalled talking machine only records of cutand lHed subjects epcclalJy prepared in a laboratory but the liniplJophone not limited to such On the Qruphophonu you can easily anfke and ltflnUy t tThusi its olutrm ever fresh The reproductions aetclear and brilliant It Graplioplioces are soW fer Maxafactand nadir Ue patents at andMcrdonaid re it hand taqyafth5 world fetT1kli5M5thOUid Tailing suro4 a oiUott Columbia Phonograph otDEPARTMENT 80 No 919 Pennsylvania Ave WASHINtiTOI D Oe NowYork Paris Chlcnco St Louis Philadelphia Siiltimoro Washiustpn Buffalo a Everybody z i I KOWSLn IIGunnin brDttriC B J r i iare showing the largest stock Jlpr- js of Dry Goods OlothingEtc ifJ- jj and selling at Lower Prices t4 m thantnr1iUse iii town th sp J m4 tt OFACyS account j foit1i5Lf L x large and increased todfefer t 4 2 vwJA this season J I Our Dry Gorid and Drenz TrituniinV DepnrtuiPnt is vj 4scomplete embrunclng a szreatvnrieLy or both black aOdcolkors Ro1 plain and novtelties VP hve JlsrreCoveq Ii large I stock of Silk Valst Patterts They arls beautIes call and see them fi j RtJJJ1rj Women and Children4sho and Oxforcjs in allthe colors styleS and prices You will miss iit if you fail to see our stoekI i 1VS51Ve lead in Merits and tndjs furntsbinss NoLionsetajWe call ppecialr AMgrrtion in nur Flock of Meu and Boys Q Shirts Men and W4nteuU Underwear Womens Ready j 18 made Waists and SkirisS f i 4 anghousef styJesand S ti RuILacey ourstocLeS S i 4t Dont Forget our Inducements to Cash Buyfers Ck 4 fy t- 1J 31 BUJITON 01 ItIIAI liLIN DL2t4YDoN st r t Hl t 717 l it riID7Tti1 ifevi itStCT 1 vST if D i IIA1N S1cMANofirkVl iy 23 T UuGcrairs lid ppnJralPft 9W vwStJ rm 1 iSi4cf l BiIIA1 i 1tIROBES OF ALL C1DS T FULYEQWPEFD Calls anowereprothptlv day iJ4 5Voruight- iC-s 1 The serViC i of an RJ NlED1DM M a t f i enchlI 1 3HAG AN BLOCI KPRINGrFIELI ICY t JaVS aVVeV o4ir4474JSsxesy sssxs r dJ1Mi4I- I BUGGIESitJ tI i A SPECIALTY 1 I r I The BEST buggy forthe LEASp fJ money iiiiswhat you wantVI i and seev ME fS li E j tr vS w KARRICK V f3J5 3 Down Town Below Thompson H fdLSb 1 tssziijMesnt VA A I P IIIi PPPJ 79000 PP ctqcQ t i Representatives r i I as many towns and cities are gaVtmany for impTremcndooi ri BusinessV i ln the tailoring trade it means that Jffirm is dressing hpstoFpcopIc in asttory manner Well thats the nunb epresencacires increasIng every yenJtijarc now taling orders for fl t oJI 1M Born CJ k fr The Great ChIcago erchIItTailrL 5Sand they have won this normo s trade by sticking to the motto of ONLY THE BEST bot in material workmanship and trin 1fmingJ best in fit style and fashion It vasV fthe same rule wHcn there YeT buttrepresentatives as it is in the 7000 aati it v vpuKI be with 70000teosmigtaceuflcniThe teeiity Wnj drreeJ t Jf Sc30Ufirst Jfominent teen in utnicilea Sentoc t JIII1 non 1IIjtud Maser lure Olei o Jnit r suits sadovrrcoau lffUumr ds of SHtf1Itt and LMut GALLONV reta tt r CUNNINGHAM A DUNCAN AGENS IIlSPRINGFIELD KY At I TT J TILYTT VTfl iLA tTIIiIi h Iii THE IBISLEADER FITlLiSBM fiYBT ThURSDAY MORNING JT SPRINGFIELD KY Ik t tb flU fUll sp PdD cTMCft or Business Notices 10 cents per iHnefor the Brat JcfAi i ni5 cents for achiabC serOfl iiJ slls on oinrtldfttes and political matter i0 ccaU per line rob Work li dona at low rates but cash wutt be paid on deUyery of Rood AdVeril lBg coLtrprta made on liberal i ii k ObVlaarleii und renlutiou3otl respect 3 4f 1rllap JrioUY1X 1 out atuclstntM 500 v Countjr Officers i 1001DlitrlrtOrtces = tt1t t = FJWi1derJ= L E DENTIST S iH DttUI OperaUoBS Forfirnei 4L tfeETHEX3J ACTED I K WITHOUT PAIN I r 4 2 b 1 IiiJi3prliifefieia eTeryflrat Tbunday us and Friday of elcbmbfttlr to II I xi1sqFjlcB 52 Fourth Aventie fi LOUISVJLLE KY S a a 1J i9rJ S C Si L I PHVSJCIAN AND SURGEON l 07710E nd uusb 8 toIGXIILancl7to 8 P M ttiOPIOI1 In cOb rfRcbertsunB WFNEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW tr ty1 JFBICE with 0 a McCnono r DR J F R1NEHART oFFICE JiOURS la to a p- m 4 EVgRY DAY f SPItrNGFELDKY r l iDR7TMJJ BUnTONj lfeSlbEMT TEEt EXTRACTED A WITHOUT RAIN a 1 oyrIaHEegan Block up I lrsoJ j V SPRINGFIELD 9KYkti w A11 Dental IMorlstrictlyv FirstTclass l 4 a AS B flYAJ I UCTIONEER 2f 0 J ltj11 Land and Stoclc Sales aSpecialty SPRINGFIELD KY fl St OR CALDWELLN b DR d H LAMPTON OFFICE ovKKorncurr CLxnKt orncit When you take a little for the otomacha eke be sure that you got a PURE ARTICLE THE UHHYSlpESALOOli Keeps nothing but PURE WHISKIES PURE BRANDIES PURE WINES CORDIALS CIGARS AN TOBACCO J J F GREENE Prop Wall Street Lower End of Now Robert Building 4 REUBEN MOCK t BLACKSMITH N Horseshoeing Carriage Repairing SndGeneral Blacksmiihin ft All work guaranteed to givej I3LIsfaction at the Oasey shop SPRINGFIELD KY Zdacato Toar lioweU With CnieurttL j erJOThe farmer the raechaulu and the Bicycle rider ard liable to unexpected i Cuh nd brolies DeWitts Svitjb- ty s evjebeet thing sokctpon ii 01kl t and Ja a V4l1 iry Ji Ynters A Browne f IJ E e e Ee e E e m ABOUT TOWN 333333 a 3 a 3 17t Therell be a circus in town on Monday Jutie 18 wtth a bigele phant DEERING Harvester Oil for sale at Sr M Karricks i THE Grand Jury seems to be quite busy investigating Quite a number of indictments have so far been returned but the naines of the offenders have not yet beenmade public Pure Apple Vinegar guar anteed0 S M KAIIRIOK THE ladies of the Pleasant Grove Church will give a straw berry upper on Thursday even big June 9nt the residence of Judge B L Litsey from 5 to 10 p m rfor the benefit of the church Admission 25 cents f Deering Twine THE BEST S Mi KARRICK THOMPSON LAKE have for sale 4000 pounds of binder twine In getting ready for harvest give them a call and l olin a supply i TWo more recruits from Wash ington county have gone to Lexjj ingtph to offer their services with Company K 14c the gabJ cause They are Will Johnson and ifezekiaii Hartley and they left via Lebanon Monday morn ing Peering Machtnd Oil SM KARRICK It l f THEXbommericemetit exercises of St Catherine of Sienna Academy will bei held in the morning oi Thursday June 16 St Catherine id noted for the excellence of its commencement exercises and as the class this year is a large and interesting one the closing of the session of- 9Z08willno doubtbe the occas ion of a fifteentertainment Lubricating Oil S Mi KARRICK QNi of the handsomest car riag1that has been seen in Springfield for a long time is the dew one purchased the other day by wi McChord from Thompson Lake the lold- ealersi buggies farming imI plements etdl The new vehicle is the very latest style of surrey and with two Horses makes a very nobby turnout WANTED Stock to pasture 1 V C McGiLL WANTED 50000 lbs wool Highest prices paid IMcChord DRrF R WILDER is here on his regular monthly visit and will be here today and tomorrow only i FRANK MOORE of this county who is one of the young men who went from hereto join the First Regiment and wh stuck was here on Sunday on a furlough fp visit home Frank says he likes soldier life all nghtand thatthe other Washington county boys are satisfied and are doing well He says the boys ate all anxious to move to the front n E MCELROY who lost a fine young bird dog some time ago and advertised for it inthe- NewsLeaderhas recovered the dog JtrWas returned by a young inan who lives on Hardins Creek this county and whose father John H Mclntire takes the News Leader This is a practical Illustration of hoW it pays to advertise Mr J G Mansfield can also testify to the fact that the NewsLeader is a good Advertising medium Some time ago he lost a part of his buggy harness on the road He Rut an Ad in the NewsLeader amK the next day after the paper appeared his missing harness was returned Mr John Young Mayes had found the article and being a reader of the NewsI Leader discovered the TJIE members of the Chatau qua circle gathered together at the home of Miss Hadgie Brpwne May 28 at 8 ocjock afidjvery delightful evening was speiij socially The next mjOeting of tho circle will be held June 3 8 oclock p m at Mrs Wm R Thurman4s with the folio whig r program Roll call Quotations from Sir Walter Scott Sketch jof Scotts Life Mr Pugh A talk onMeirose Abbey Miss MagThompson Select Reading The Prisoner of Chillon Miss KnightsTemplar The Cathedrals of Europe Mrs DiaSjMissKONRAD HERTLEIN the popular baker and confectioner dayia large laden with delicacies and good things Its d J6iina tion was Lexington and the label read To Lieut W 0 Reed COmpany K First Regiment i Kentucky Volunteers u A letter accompanying the box directed that the contents be di videded among the Washington county boys in camp The box is said to have contained choice lot of good things to tickle the palate of the boys Konradfwhp served several years with the saysheknsjst on beans and hafd tackrand be thought he would give the boys a little treat A Cold Break Considerable excitement Was createdt on the streets Tuesday attescape conJi j tiinej awaiting trial on the charge of housebreakmg It seems that Jailer Smith had started to take the fellow out haj he might consult his lawyer about his case and hat let him iIit the corridor of the jails when ttie prisoner made sudden dash for the front door and was oJimakihg tracks for liberty Jailer Smith followed quickly and fired two shots at the fugitiv but with out4 effect Alarge crowd joined in the pursuit and the fellow was soon headed off and caught and taken back to jail Fenwick fis accused of braking into Cecils store this county some weeks ago and stealing a lot of shoes and other goods There is said t9 be a strong case against him and he lia probably good for a short term at Frank fort Decoration Day Memoraii Day was fittingly celebrated hero Monday by members of the Bevil Palmer Post GfA R and others In the morning tile graves Qt the soldiers burled at St Rose cemetery were decorated with appropriate ceremonies Hon John W Lewis delivered a patriptic and appropriate address and there was a good crowd of people in attendance In the afternoon services wore held at the acme tery in town and the speakers were Rev R E C Lawson and Lev Father Flood The re marks of these gentlemen were both eloquent and appropriate The band was on hand on both dIof the G A R formed in line marChedliIiol J taten place years Hfgli School Gotnmoncoment The commencement exercises of the Springfield High School will be held at the Courthouse on Wednesday evening Juno 8 The music will be furnished by Miss Jennie Craycrofts class and the members of the High School class will take part in the exercises Miss Sue Ray was chosen to deliver the valedictory The following isthe program The Plant of RenowaGlebol Chorus Ee Tour BiUon Duot Mattel Misses Tfiompson and Waters Original Oratlobiho Yankee R G Colvin Youre Sweeter Than All Tho Roses Miss Jennie McCabe Declamation The Rivals Miss Mary C McElroy IPolish DanCeJhomasM- iss Willie Mayes Original Oration R e m e m b er the Maine Mr Olelland Cunningham Miss Cinderella White Scb1elff dh Mr Erastus Barton Original Oration Per difflcallatum ad Antrea MiflS Ruby Lampton Zither SoloLioblobIdl-es Cecelia SImina School Prophet Mr Marshal Duncan BlglIcatQrMiss Naoma Thompson School Poet Miss Ethel HdnJricka Scherzo Brilliante Spnihaltz Misses Brown and Litsey Awarding medals to prize scholars The Song That Reached My Heart IMiss Lizzie Waters Valedictory Miss Sue Ray Poets Dream Bischoff Miss Eleanor HcElroy RrIl =LETTfiH FEQII JOHN N WHITE r f OAKLANDI ILLV May 80 98 EbiaoF THE NEWS LEADER I thought as I was sending for yourfpaper I would writo a few lines maybe it would be inter esting to my many friends and comrades in my old county As this is Decoration Day it brings forth to my memory my old f Comrades who fell on tho battlefield at Ohickamauga We have been having a wet spring but most of the farmers are through planting corn Wheat and oats look fine also grass We are going to decorate our town this afternoon As I get the NewsLeader every week it seems like getting a letter from home If this doesnt find its way to the waste basket you may hear from me again Y urstruly JOHN N WHITE BOY A to do light writing and t1 blnLb roDimnt us at hnia Kw oiiipo7mqt w1huuderst Inumn SIred Sncl- ceoldnr full prtIelatefU14 HUN ILE kEil EllY Xj Uuwling Oren Building U liroadirnr eYurkvity Wt PERsON7 Ie J N Satindera was bero tho first ortho wcekto attend court JW S OlementB of LouiSville Id attending court here thIs weQk MIs Kate Gray Id vlalttng rein tives a Harroa burg this week ils3 blUe UroUch and S T Noe returned Monday from Tathail Springs Walter Leacbmah wad In from Tatham the first of the week Ha re Vorta a good crowd attbo SpringsI Alessrs d D Cunningham Ernest Mansfield Tbeo Campbell and Tom Hardestv composed stag party that took In the hop at Tatham MWses Mary Lows and VIllIo Mayea were amonh tho ybungfolks from town to attend the hop Ot Tatham Detective Sexton af LouIsville was herS yesterday to testify in the Case against Lizzie Spalding and Charlie Williams for stealing a watch Mr and Mrs Len Spalding Mr dnd Mrs Foster Ray t Miss Sadie Doom and Miss Ethel Tyreo of Lebanon passed through here last week cnroate to Tatham to attend the hop You can dye black jellov 3irdinn1 pcxrlet turkoy red orniige brown olive green drub blue navy blue nnd sky bluo without fltalninfj yarn Imnd or vessels Alto dyolnff the vessels him- ptv need rinsing nut no scouring of hands and vosiols If you nso Pulnimfs Kudclera Dvcs sold ut lOu per puskngp by AVntera t Rrovrne LETTER 1ISF List of letters rptniininir Ufl called forin thjSpringfi ld Ky Pot oftfco for the mouth ending May 31 1393 Wintiie Burns Barbara Edelen Bede Janes Mass 1Iary Jones Win Johnson Mrs Claud Key f Wilt Proctor Charley Balleton Miss Lucy Rude Scewden Jones Spmks GJ Essie Timmas Mrs Carrie Wells IWhen calling for those letter5 y Advertised W A WAFERS pit TUB lecture at St Dominic Hall Tuesday evening givoh by Rev W E Abbey on Cuba at tracted only a small crowd and consisted of a recitation of facts about Cuba and her troubles as observed by the speaker who was in Cuba shortly after the Maine disaster Dont Tobacco Spit sad Stack Tour Ute To quit tpbacco easily and forever be mag netlc full or life nervo andTlfor take NoTo Dae the wonderworker that makes weak men strOng Jill flruEeUM or II Cure guarun teed Booklet and oamplo tree Atklreu Sterling llerneJy Co ChI or Now York rREDERJGMTOWNf- Frpm OurllegiUar Correspondent Forty hours devotion is going nn here Father Buckman is assisted by Father Davis of Fairfield and Father OCobnell of Burdstowa She Sundayschool convention held at New Hope Baptist church last Saturday was a success plenty of dinner large crowd and great interest Mesdames Smth and Adams of Fenwick are with Mrs J Gi Cecil this week Miss Annie ODonnel of Lou isville is the guest of Miss Mai Coleman Misses Ida King nnd May me Hewitt of Coxs Creek are pleasant Visitors at 0 Croaks Miss Katherine Rose of your KtityeIgaret visited Miss Mattie Tuckbr dur I ing the cpaveation Mr Ray Filijatreai has retard Louis He willre tedtrotpst studies tbereInSep- tpnhr t oTHE MARKETS The following table represents the prices P Jilfoivfarni products In 8pringfl d by the dealers therein It Is corrected up 10 18 oolook Wednesday but is subjcot to variationa thereafter on private advices frOnt Louisville dealers Wheat per bu 100 to Corriper bUH 15 to Qatperbu 30 to 3- 5Ryeporbu v 60 Clover per bu n 200 to 2 2i Timothy per bu f a8 to IM Orchard Orofes Orbu 76 to Hay Timothy pr cwt Hay iorcr per cwt 40 to 45 LOTJlSVlLLB MARKETS CATTLE Report furnished by the Louisville Urn Stock Journal iil West Main Street Lou Irvine Ky Extra shipping f4 60o4TO Llghthlpplngh 4 50a4 75 Deat butcher steers 4 Ptrto good butchar teers i 3 73u4 5 00rTtiscalawags II 123ii2 25 OUjOXin 00VeatMILCITCOWS Choice imlchcow3l35 00a45 00 Fttlrtogood 00a23 00 HOG Choice packing and butchers 2i5tbtoSOabii 410 Far to good packing 180 lb to200lb r410 Oodd to extra light 160180 Ib 4 00a4 HOFatPigs to 00 lbs 275dSs2Roughs 150400 Ib 2 COaa 40 rtllEEP AND LAMBS Cobdto extra shipping sheep 323a3CO FILir to od 8 25 Common to medium 2 00j3 00 Bucta i J Skips and cailawagsper head 10U 00BeatFair to good butcher lamb 3 That 25 TallcndR 2 WaS 00 PKODUCE Report furnished by HerndonCarter Co General Comuiiuidn Merchants 313 Mur rrell Oourt and 110 Third Street Louis vOle Ky Eoos Steady Fresh rebandled 9a93o- BcrrznMnrkct firm Best grades 15 nlCc ohoica istock 12allpv packing lOallc POULTBT Market steady Cblokenshens 6a6Kc rooiters 3a3c spring chickens per tor tCaft geese full fetuhertnl per dozen JOa3BO plucked per doz 2a250 turkeys alive 60 turkeys dressed SalOc ducks per hand picked ClSOal40 newhomo MOc to flJJ HnES Green salteJ SaSjfc dry salt tOlJ12c dry flint FgCSIlaCCOODl0I1 to 4 lOaTOs mink sos 1 to4 skunk prime blacl lOa short stripe roc narrow stripe 20a40c broad stripe ISo opossum 5ul5c mu ktnt 5a2ocred fox 604126 gray tux 20o50o MSCKuurocsSorghum noJSaIJ 22a apar gal bdcawax 24c per lb clover seed C375a896 per bn onious ii78a300 per bbL rags per cvt FriTunna Prime white goose 33a34c gray mixed or old 20o30c Osiov SstsRed d and yellow 450aiOO bIte as to quality aWa71 DKIED APPJES Now sundried active demand tata f cropfWooLiRest lOnMc burry 15al8 tub waslicd 20aKJc back clsar 17ul8c black burr 14sGc PLEarket higher anti firm Fancy 03a400 choice 250a300 common 200350 HiT ZtU GUAn Best hay strictly fancy per ton I0al050 straw per ton 400a ear corn 34a35o shelled corn in bulk feeding oats 3Ja33c wheat Ho S JOBACCO MARKETS Tho following are the revised quo tatlons as prepared by the Quotation Committee of the Loaf Tobacco Ex change at Louisville forthis week 1897 CROP RED DURI BY Trash green or mixed 3 50 tp S 00 Trash sound 6 00 to see Common lugs 6 00 to see Medium Tugs 8 00 toO 60 Good Ings 050 to 10 60 Oomtaon loaf short 0 O to 11 00 Common loaf 11 00 to Medium leaf1200 to 1200I Good leaf 1400to1700- Fine and selections 17 00 to 22 50 COLORY HURLEY Trash green or mixed 4 50 to 00 Trash sound 6 00 to 7 00 Common logs 6 50 to 750 Medium lugs 7 60 to 9 00 Good lags i 0 00 to 11 00 Common leaf Cahort 9 OOto 1000 Common lent 10 00 to 1200 Medium ol1f12 00 to 15 00 Good leaf1500 to 17 00 Fine and Rejections 26 00 FISH AJVD FISHING is tho title oft very Interesting leaflet jnst iIssued by the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul Railway descriptive of the fishing resorts along its lines It wilt bo found of interestto the professional anglers as well as to the amateur A copy will be sent to any address on receipt of a twocent stamp tbf postage AddrwH Gto U lleafford Genl Pass Agent Chicago I- llCASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Slgnatnro of tkEGGS FOR SALE B Minorcas direct from Nor tbup nono better 100 for 15 PoMiL Ducks pen Jisatled bt pjxir frpm Rankin height 21 IB- sV l ooior13r r r dflSD FOAN j ANVlLLE Ky Lock Box 505 MAPLE HiLt From Our Regular Correspondent On last Wednesday night Mr and MrsD B Sutherland threw open their hospitable doors and invited the young people of this community in Ere the sun bad disappeared behind the western hills the gallant young men with their most spiritei steppers in har nets were rapidly approach ing the Uomes of tbn fair ones Bf eight ocjock thq beaux and belles for miles arouod had gathered together At ten oclucTc refreshments were swed j which were highly ocjoved by all Prof J B Secrpst and Rev spebtSundily SecrestiepcstsC lion Memorial services were held at Roclihndge Monday Not withstanding the fact i hat similar services were beingcitducedat Spritigdeld Hebron nad other neighboring places The speakers present were W F Neikirk Springflald Prof j B S cret Waddj W T Gngsbv Maple Hill Mr Thadduus Cheatham Mooresville Pier EdgAr Bur 1iDlTathamThe recent t rain afforded 8 splendid opportunity furtobacco setting The acreage here isVot very large and about three fourths pf the crop has beuh set Mr Preston Nyal and Miss Claudie attended the iQmmeoce went at Asbury College last week popularbuggy here Tuesday looking acer his trndIMiss L izzie Grigsby is visitinj g Miss Ora Smothers at Willis burg 6WA AAVA tlt4 1ew 1I Bath ROOJ1S Ht JOHN TYREE Rropr 1 1 r II Now and olegantbthl tUbS ivltb 3 HotIB 4 ono O 5 4e4 S IMAIN STREET 4 BELOW SPniNQPIELD nOTELq S 3 B4 4A P U U u = 1z RDUaIrmODIJ dl g THE LIVERYMAN itgtfjfJ season tho BEST rigs in g town Fast and safo horses g g andreliable drivers tt e 5 SPECIAL ATTENTION tgiven to commercial men = Livery connection with the g Springfield Hotel f tQ g 1= tr MAIN STHEBT SPRINOPIBLD KY a Telephone No3w U S 3 C fHap THE GROCEfRYMn Would have you know that bo handles ICE oodpuroartitIcial ice which he win sell at 05c a hundred pounds at tbo store of he will deliver it at your door at perv hundred in any quantify Ho also keeps a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Country Produce f MAIN STREEI SPRrNGFIELD KY =Viiloritiiiuto People arc they whh while unirorlng from kid hey dlsoauoa arC prejudiced njmiust nil advortwwl roro dlo Thby aliaSltl know that Fofoy Kidney Curo not n qunok jromedy but an honest guarantied m JUjne for kldner pnd bladder tmabUs Ifujulon A Itolibftsou 1lNEWS LEADER SI 00 a rear I iINovvi c cIsthe time touygoodsCHEp atburatorec All wool Oluy mrHts Suitsl i0j5i ptfier housesask 11vnu much more monav hMnit Bnrs 6d Ohiidreng suitsat qIoingnut riCfAsto makO rom mi ourbre1 nlrurcqw s t ii Our Fnct iin ol lnand fresh s 4ct L PrcIt from fti up c1 v print from ftfeupl t JustL eccivud another q ship merit from New Yorkt of French awl luacrican Org unJegl at prices ihVj defy Sr elmppIIUun ILeuuitje Irish Lawbover rtl115c wetr t NNotvntrjstandiug Carped have advanced 15 por cant 4 We ue enabled toofffr tliPin at old prices of S yjear2S Cc having bought them before the adraofcel Vii Straw MlItUgJ 1212c worth 1do n tVe carry more Mor1tfuadlesMigses and CbI j drenSiioissLIitna1ith balance of 1hIwv1l puWiif tsa44PChoice line Sailors Sashes Ribbons and Tiesl IMcChord s ioberfson l 0JII I No9Ofl32131EE WtRE THAT TWIST CRACAI 1 J FJSee That Price Delivered to You 9 ivre BuIlds the Plle si yla of fence n well Places cross wires on barbwire leucju Bend for ttrsaraple of the fence and free circular RICHMOND SAFETY GATE C5O Box 181 RIflMOND IND i i r r I = rtJ rr 1Iflit lj Und rt Rers and fi L DeaIer 1 7 c f c X X X r We make aspecialty embalming workh1c1i is idone by fJiC1cmcn a gradutc ofa schoolof cins- f ba1mng andwecarry ccrything hiIJndcrtaking J- 5yC goods and our StOCrIS COMPLETE in every d tzs Callsyncmptly attended tb dayand night 4 r t fI1Y I J v Our stock orfurniture iff Line ndlcomplete iftld ifjyou want cWI Mattings tgs droom SUIts 11 10 fRcks TabcsChatrs or thi y thing in the fur 1t c3 lin give us a call C Xa X J a I fJtW MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD KY fi Aor wonan wboiwould trio urcceslnlife TbU ded It U vt the flrtl li ttyou traluligai the cbootuatatandtlu der r7 foot ntek BRYANT BUSINESS rpxr1 LOUISVILLE KY 1OokkeepIn Shorthand Writo for beautiful book testimonials from the STsr 4ir A Jv 4WE orb sill sellin lUm I But cn nlsn all kindft 1 2 of FARMING IMILEMENTS a Wi buy budrel1Hay 4nudBV ftd jj Wesell coal at theL0VES1 CASa PIUCE g 3tj J t i 5 Come it d let us show 4 you ur new Whiul S 5 fafa S A strictly highcrftfle bloy g B cfe in pver v reiprtcK aud S i Rtllhngsttithe eXtrtwtily low price of rs 1h 40 44Gomn f whell uflid let u pliOtc Yi9 IthoUt It thatthugood points I otliera of higher pricodo note 22- iJTek c4 ig t1ttE SRINOFil L ik 1 fvJt IIrL S43 bqfI t thndea1odk jiit4iiiCLMNTS MAYS lrnJture ttI USINESS EDUCATION 4j IIjjtiLty etiart te thyudEma 7bIngcouc wrtaneetof STRATTON COLLEGE Telegraphy dil4Riving It1H1T ullfloa handle Gram VoiIlriaIldaif r1J1P0S50SS ggOMPS0N r t Firthday3w istDfttWW tInEnoiA N Y 3fillt r ic1- nr lLPrntrxz Dm r SLrWl1en 1 was elevca yeir old I had a weakness in art kltbto74N and baofc which became ea dbtrwrtftff tha3 seriOus conaoiuoacos were f arV I was treatedby twoelasstkyidaelfbu- tnaitharseomed able to reach myctao and continued on In this d1trasMit coa diLlon without hope Finally a friend pVOlM MIa birthdaY rpresent a boUte 9 yur lCWR1 wd Backache Cure lyallied IU bBHtat juitfof as I bcg its use lIsprb8IRcat t4edy and by the tixneltws takenl WU wn IJotthlaM haie now laD wit sup return of the dI4a5- Iparl4ir siils JifdCkdI1MrtH t ueeutylltoe5nCP Glenn Wood tn 4n k Ilk No betRtr wltheat it Ur 5 fM ekiMf jfMa blood 7th1arIItmll UvcQttnllllt ff1lH 5 fbil that OnraireU feiiti rt4n N rUuv satufaetion cnnrurtMd Wo Ir w 7flr J 1 T AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS i WEARE ASSERTING IN TUB COURTS OUR BIGfif TO TUB EXCLUSIVE USE OF TilE WORD CASTORIA AND w TITCHERiS CASTOu AS OUR TRADE MARK f ff F DR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyanma MasBaohu f Haiti waa ilia originator of CASTOR A tilt same ihat j has borhQ and does nor hoar I tile faoctmto sinnoiura of This J3 thdbrfrtnc CASTORIA which haa boon used In r tha hoirfea of ilia Mothora of America for over thirty yoar LOOK at the wrapper and see that itJa r Tiho kind you have always bought if 1t Y and has the aienaturo of T Pr N thas authority from me to use my name except vvl The CentaurCompany of which Chaa H Fletcher ia Prfsjdenl r Mroh 89- 8ft4A 2j dr Dt J GOY THICT i f st1tJ t tst st J 1t t I Two Good Stories til L i 1tti ta0 i 1 r r In 1801 a man died inlheCiat l t rJ isWisI who had been condemned d f f + byQue ot ibestranges sentence t tin record Ralph V otfas born In 1801 and utherlandll tf stole house xJear Leeds He was a man of violent temppr and j morose disposition stunned by his neighbors and generally dis yl likecl Nat being able to get an fi American sewvant he imported IJ iScotvvothan and according 4 to the times virtually held her fi C ifin hondagp until her passage money had been refunded j trnabTe to endure anyilonger 7 V the raging temper of he f muter t thoir ran away Immediately A j upon discovering her absence Ii r theiansetoffinannngrychase- i upon his horse and soon overtook her The poor wornaii neVtr Cached the house alive and Suth L erland was indicted and arrested on the charge of murder i t proveAhjitttI Jjjin away pitched him out of the 5 ffadlQ and dashed the irlto1 d ath on thtffrocksri but the jurv idrd no accept tho defenqe and tsmberlaod was sentenced to die cupu the scaffold Then came the plea of thein sulipieocy of circumstantial evl j dance mid the efforts of lufluen tjal relatives These so worked r x updo thy qotlrt tbat tbe jjudgA 1 r fieluycd the sentence of death J linlir the prisoner sbould be iiipetypine years olJI It vrasdrdereil that the pris 1b shrnid bo released upon his h wn recor1ibceand that pebd n the final execution of the siikncehoshould keep a hang II mans noose about his neck and t howJhimsef before tha judges of Catskill once a year to prove thfcljhe wore his badge of infamy I airtf kept 4iis crime in mind It wlisDiworo cruel decision than 1hktqf death cou1d have- oIi teenI but l ias no doubt in bar inony wit Jr SPlrtot the times i Thulit iphS thiprland liyed He alwaYs llived alone He seLl t dumpoke His rough imperi I ousmanoer bad gone Years 3 fnl lowed years At each sessioa of tho cburt ftie brokep man e q 1a befOre th Bar ot justice r and stiunCljk showed the noose II that ciryieu his neck f Act1Ifet h ninetyninth year catrip thehie when the court wU ofdereo tfiat the utmost I et15 fiawCPthc eboald be tX t Ltttctn lat time tbt tnn loUerad toe judges bench hut te 3pdg shad arisepin thei Y tnd it W l 1bad been made If old crimes ha0 been forgotten or l qnrgiven and tbprei was no one r- 7 v Ji l ira rpAI rh Jftilrg Is vuft a areai irsAfy men Ard women ar klngfor kip dinsI approachtn httdnass ktp agiID OJ1IferJng tocsr 4Ii ketptc rufprc tTe lost gloss toMe fair t SI ttetp iressest ifx Jki4JRt restores pray or ftJcef tiaJr to tty original ri tpor gives H length tfacknets and gloss andrcrrves dandruff My hair rough and brokH Andbel3a tgtajlut itbCH11fof IIt OM a ttlo otA YtR IUncvS Juth CheSU4 th la1ling cut And rka cy and In iplcn Ii 1iInnt ot dre lnrt V L SLtIIISr Crak JiK alComybnlrb boI1MJ AdvlcoI iiiersrij lltr igord94 vcrjr hiy hair to LaS out RDda no And isii growth i i apfatnn e My lair iwbiatntUR Utf KN nd KockTihe g1v 1 Zu on evj3y wrapper CAREFULLY Qnhs wrBp who would cCU qhiruor PXe4 cute sentence Indeed Iheavfful rpstriction that bad bound hfe lifo so in ti mutely to the expiav tonof hIS crime was now legally removed But the spirit of pelfpunish meat cODliuued and when Sutherland afterhe had passed his hundredth year was d coverfd dead alune in his house hia throat was foufid to be enciicled by the Tope Which hud been placed there nearly three quar ters of a century before It has been said that not more than ona in a hundred of the criminals of a civilized natiou are ever Drought to punishment But these ninetyuine who do not fiuifar letfal punishment do they realty escap y Doss anyone escape the penalte of his guilt bv merely escaping detection The body may notwear the emblem of disgrace but ia some form or other guilt inflicts tsec teuce upon the body or the soul that cannot be eluded There is where the cord throttles For wnother the laws fail or the juiigesiail or society fails bysicall penalties against physical sins are inexorable and there is no such thing as failure on the part 6f umaoo conscience to execute tho sentence which God has paedupon the trans gressor of His moriLl laws Youths Companion v j I Iuugka and cqldM in themselves are not eorions malndlea Tho most trivial cough or cold un4J 1or1 tqrfutIdangerous Ii Bells Pine Tar Honey in n quick euro a sure euro and a nato The Tenderfoots Nightmare The ways of the nenderfool in California cOntinUe to amuse the old residents in spit of the+ wns01CiVilizedl thedlfferenCOjb In the rest of thecJunrviA not so marked as it waa ouce There still remains a degree of danger frum wild animals in some parts of the Siorias Some tender foots are too much afraid of tne wild creatures in these fastnesses and others are from iignorance too little afraid An Eastern man who was camping with SOme prospectors n the Sierras went up into the mountains One diy and wandered SQ far that he could not get back Ito the camp at night He was not alarmed however as he knew the way periectly nni bad heard that in that clear atmos phere Due could lie down ou the ground anywhere and sleep with out danger ol taking cold He boor1blanketwhen night lejl ho w apprd the poncho about him and llay down to pleasant dreams He hid bappeced to strike a stretch of sand which was soft smooth white and trackless Lying in this sand he W1S1 quite eumfrtableHt lay awuke rlboiiing at the stars aw hi IP There was nu moon and tile night grew as dark as a Califor nia night can be when the stars are shining iSume time in the night hp awoke with a curious sense 01 suffocation such as he had ex ppriencou occasionally 1n a night ware He did not feel any thlu touching him but something v9and hoarible seemed to bn ovepibJDqi Ue had been sleep- lugsosounaly that he did not al dncib open his eyes bat in t moment he was sure that hr head a great Half roiring ball Snorting soundju a slidinx Vereiscrul1iopened Lis eye1itben 1He was nothing between then be stars Holound himsel lying oii nis bock and very cold f Be decided that his position had induced a sort of congestion and brought on a nightmare He rolled on his left side curled himself more closely in his poncho wlshedvhewasbere it was wartoer und soon fell asleep igbio When lie awoke ngain it WAS brjad dHVlighii Thtf sun had risen thouxfi it was behind the mountain aodk the reaches ilC sand abu Ijim shono in tbe rrffi ctid light As he siliriuy on hiM IVfo side hokiogat the wild scece about him and tniuk InStjat itpus no great adven Lure to he caught out in the Sierras overuightt bo not ced a verystrangtbiigS Thibd was no longer track less but a liuH of great footprints led from Ins very side off into the dlstarTca He sat up and- lcnjked u the ol bdr side There wsre lhes dme teurk only on 101b1Pqqanimal had walked siraigbc over him in the nigtnJ He sprang up and examined ibe tracks As ha was a teudeffoot ho was not sure h animal had made them but he was pretty sure that it was a bear That would account JOr the strange teeling of some thing terribiB above him tliat he had had in tbe night and for the sound that bq had hoard just alter the feeling had wuked him It was ota nightmare but a niuht bear And he perceived that as the icy chill of tbemght Dad given him a coldin the bead it was Caster for him to say night be rv thaa nigbtmare too He took up his IjtfQ of march for the camp with a1l possible looknut1forb 1upunplace where he bad spent the night They found it quite undis turbed Tbore was the place where man had nestled in the I11ttlehimself because be had worked down bill a tiiflu in the nignt and there were the trucks leading up tohim and on beyond What kind of an animal made thOetracks be aibed eagerly The Utlit rnlan had been in specting them Grizzly sure pup tenderfoot be replied Aud did ne walk over me in She night U you laid here before Jhsli tracks was rnacje aud they want made afterycu got up then he walked oyer you Tnev werent here when I lay down and they were hero when I wbke up said the tenderfoot Tuen he walked ovel you sure likely took you for a lug Said the Califorcian This tpndertoot LOW does not go out 1utu the mountains with- Out a rifle and several knives iud ho la particularly careful nut to bo caught out at nighL Vuuihs Couipaniop To cunsuwplhcsl Asua bone t remedy FolovaIIonoy and Tar does not hpld out faJlto hopes lu mlvunco uilrusLbut truthfully clalinH to jive otinfftrt nnd roliof nthu very woret cuse and Iii the early stages to 41fcct a cure Uuydoti tftltoberiaoli 11Ar you lacking In Htrongth nod ener gy Are you norvnuo despondent irritable bilious constipated and generally run down in health If so jnur ilvor la torpid and a tow doses of Horblno will curo you Herblno lies Jill equal as u liKillli rostorur Iluydon ifcltobortoon Talilora Huekoyo Pile Ointment given inHiniu relief It iilluyn Inllanuntitltin and liPttN ft prompt in ilsnetloii ami poxitvio in vUect It tbo kind tinit IUPPS with pain or disonniforL It Is for piles only 50c Tubes 7So sold by JIu don ARolwrtwin The Successful Remedy for NASAL CATARRH must boi uoulrrltatinff easy of application and ono that will by its own action reach theTnflamcd nod diseased surfaces ELYS CltEM UALMcombiuas the Im ortantruqultWs ot quick action I1n1118 cifc curative powerp with perfect safety to tho patient This agreeable remedy has luastortMl catarrh as uuthiug else bus anti both physician nntf pntliuts freely concede this fa 1 All druggist cheerfully acknowl that in It the acuiD of Pharmaceutical skill has been reached The most distress log BymptQiiis quickly yield to it In acuti pAca the hahn imparts almost instant relief 87 Absorotionft CrtorrhalsurereniHhonld rcmemtcr that Elys Cretin Balm Is the only catarrh rem edy which Is quickly and thoroughly ab orbed by the dheased membrane It does Jot dry up the secretions but changes them to a limpid and odorless condition Jot finally to u natural and healthy char aqter Tn htatrncan bo found at any droll store Brothers5tiYurren full directions with each package- Dream Dam open and cleanses the nasa1 therdJywpjet3 the membrane aiul sotoros the sensed f tusto arid suKll The Balm is nppHtjO iircctli1 into the nostrils Gm s READY Every expectant mother s a trying prdeal to Lace If she docs nott it ge ready for its there ia no telUn what may happen ehild birth is tutor uncertainties iJ Nature ia notgivcn proper naeistance Mothers Friejidl- a tho best help you can uso at thiS time IHs a liniment and when regularly ap plied several zaonths before baby comes it IIlnhcsthaooCI1tcuyindncurlyPnIn lless It relieves and prevents morning sickness relaxes tho overstrained mus cles relieves the distended feeling short ens labor makes recovery rapid and cer tain without any dangerous aftereffects Mothers Friend is good for only one purpose vis to relieve motherhootroJ danger and pain One dollar per bottle at nU drug stores or sent by espros ou receipt of price l 1J1onnt1onupon application TtlBBRADFJELD REGULATOR AUanU Compre ed Flour i The British admiralty and tho war department are testing under various climatic conditions the new methqd for preserving flour One objection to the establishment of national granaries has boon the difficulty of storing grain for any length of time The grain germ nates and lIP raided and to keep largo quantities in eonud condition has been pronouncedim practicable Experiments are being made with a system of com pression into bricks by hydraulic pros sure The trials show that the flour treated is not affected by damp eveu un er unfavorable conditions 5Jnd ip free from mold The compression do stroys all forms of larval life and tbo fromtbootfleksego iis enormous as the cnbio apncoQQ Jllholdpressed tirticio Scientific American I SUlgbVloiTn Mrs Minnie E Leo says In o Par wtOiberihdiddom mesa cafe an lait frappo a In glace was Tory inflated for such a small cup of cold coffee and milki Yes madame nbo replied it occupies tho mind as well as the stomach1 for jtcee Itiorchuut gives this infor the catting of nor riptniJtea It will head out and mako a littlo aced ofad this should bo ripa enough to grow before the crop is cut Alight fmct will balm tn cure l nnd will not injnrd 1htt all Whcu it stnnus up t f it quo bo cut with thq binder And bound in small bundles but qhould not be fihockacl until the butte have dried out well as there is dituger of its souring if tho fresb cut bmndlea are set on damp earth If cut with thomQwiug machine euro 03 you would lisjkand draw it itt loose It may bo loft out laThe swath until welt cured and it little injured fryraiu na it ia icoorso ana tho water runt tbroo bltnu1lti scan dries Cut twfnro frost if rimi pnonsh tier Idem of humor How delichtf al tbey nre tHose peoplf who fluut underttuud u JOltelo wbutu the pulut in an anecdote u deluaiot aud a Fiiarc- lilias P is a clever woman and an ex ceUtut tuachor Cut tim solid Ecieuces nro more in her particular line than anything which savors of the article callrd roucrfSbuie yearn ago one cf thQ magazines printed nu nm chiMrcnsI jiuSto about n young lady at party who became alarmed at tba prow iscaoa flight Of the arrows thattiu order to bo perfectly safe from sbo nested herself directly in front of tho target Sown nays ego Miss Po was reading aloud from a bound volume of tho mng nziueto some of her younger pupil She read this jinglo and couGhed over it till tears canid Well woll welll said dear Miss P SHow true to life that isl I know hnndreda of youug people who are jjnst foolish enough tobrfnp their fitools and sit down in that very spot Philadel phia Tress Ha a Iteasoh IDo doesnt want to be fa mace Thats what ho says Do youbelievo it Well yes I know him prefty well and I know its a matter of conscieuco whir him I t I dont bejievo I uite follow you u Why he wouldnt like to feel that he was even indirectly responsible for all tbe lien that are sure to bo told about a fathom man utter his deathCbtcago Post tuiunsQ lor Jaanlo was ant named tho Avenger Ho was never known to forgot or forgiva on injury Manj old soldiers now fool tho effects of thtf Hard service they endured dining the wur Mr Geo a Anderson ItoM yule York county Peiiu who ftaw the hardest kind of sorvico at the trout is inovr frentiently troivblod with rlioumu t3IOulhad a sovxn attack lately he say and prtHiurcqpl bottle of Cbambor lalnfiPaln Balm It did so tnuchgopd that I would illkq to know what you would charge inc fur Jono dozen bottles Mr Anderson wunud it both for tile own nso and to supply it to his frldndx and neighbors as oVtry family shoulu have a bottle of it in their home lot only fcr rheumatism lint lanie baekspralne1S swellings cuts rnlMM fur which itiH unfquiillfd Fur salt by lLiydon Robortxon I have been a sufferer front chronic dlurrhooa over slnco the war anti hive used all kinds of medicines for It At last found one ro iiedy that Jiaa been u success as a cuio nnd that is Uhimbnr Jninu r Uc Cholera and D orrhoca RD- 1ooy3 P Gnfhnin thaN MillK La For sate l y Uuydon A Uobvrtson TIlE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS Is duo not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination bnt also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by Ciqntificproccsses- knovn to the 01 jyOliNIA Fio Srnop co only anitwe wish to impress upon nil the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CAUFOKNIA Pie Svnrjir Co only a knowledge that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par tfes The high standing of the CALI FORNIA Fio Smut Co with the medK cal profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is 1using them and it does not gripe nor nauseate 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