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I- TUE NEWS LEADER established 1894 a combination of j 1Wasithgton County Leader ISSiBi II i Springfield UewB 189084 1 p t4 t tJ 0L iftO IforifNo fSew Series 23 f SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 9 1898 Jf j c oo A TYiut TbeylIst5ehiiaestcjndebkicpacdmri liP ActNteatullooyltpesolJOo j tuu aothar bread IInIIIItrR Absolutely Puro ti AZNPOVN +itf YOIj1V r f oWRpIRECTQRY fl IlWashF e L Ltigtoqiun53xnfl outhwc8tot LeX r J ibstom59iiilles from Loulavjlloon Bards tdW branch of Louisville and Nashvlll v ruttroad la a fanning and agricultural dis pict Two banks telegraph and telephone 4sos express omce nurm II lumbtu rids Population 1100 population 01 Otnnty 15000 lieprcientattTO In Oongrcs3 Hbn D H Se3Ith CovorportKvcurRepresentative In Kentucky Legislature 1iIf She4n RopreeontativjJ la indo Senate lion U t CMcGbonl Springfield KyI COUNTY DIRECTORY oouiIclo Orckit Court f Ir4On tbe fourth Mun dhjr In Kebmitry Way and October C E Patterson Jtufite 1 w Sweeney Ornmonwoaltb Attorneyi F M Campbell Clerk j F W Slmmi flssvr Commissioner 5S I QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court Isbeld on the third Mon day In January April Julf andOctober kL Lltler Judjl t iI r if OOUNTYVCOUqTj IlslChutyCqert fofptJ h ron siOpU lJBbLitSI3ivdgn WF IfcMker timing Otftrt gTjj r 8wftiJ1er t fit I p hert W Ft TWrrami Q1Nrne DepiIUe iiue n 3rO3Ik 1 nI tS9 t Ithes F wWcouaty toWcjVr l p OtBryaii AsCssorA fJl card l1Ut i S tAJxuupbjll iountyTreas1rerut iS r f t PIIN IIrLODJt TOP frol WIttker7TotLcaIudgS WaSt w ORp 1 city Attorney 4 t 1 JUWri6 ooil5T 3 uare coVrls are beldlii JnauarjA April Qh 1trOto 7 l CHURCH DIRECTORY1 V T 4i C nApTscHUncRThr tt ajSileTery t Ifhyat 113 mAqd 8t P a6nnday CJl rcfioo gt s8i Prjr Miwtluiu onits1J3UIbtILt70P IU 4 l t e NlO115tQliWCt3 rt y p AtkinMP1hoe f1 tr6tiruIjUkdSiit4U3lltietiIP4t1to duEsl3r1tI futSlal at lain aniftp in i Pruyjr JUet pfTerjjThnmdaymg1it V J V onifCATHOLIO ClIDROH r 15P P lenDCSyr tor Services ri ry ofSjj Rpjesninebom RTERLZ ORDERS ojnp LOPOB vSpringfiaia Ipdgo Ko 50 tcoud Moiity ln each nwntb la vthtngton It C chapter Nc 27 meets ecthifl ilonanvl Council o 52 meets every I Itltdeld V i ibUT or Hosop Meets every second wrtb Mondnv In each mouth sotiliiursePTiiB y r Klnesday of each month 3j L and iW TIME TABLE ft ja1aandpeMrtaref pi Trains d4 4J 424 r i pz AIJ 40 Ar rpingl1d rv 801211 t2 15VbIIey Htu tl1 sG SDulThuker i7 l 4 GJu Cr9akes 541ito t S7Woodlawn 0 l 27 EarLy Times Clli J 6I lSjMBiird8town 235 B- 5l5d Nhrareth 0 008- flISmua1aCStM l Hff10Cane Spriug6 534 ill 0Jjrrbbs 0 50 i sIi r BinlstovaiJunot 7105 00 Shopben1v1Ue 720 reIfCo4 aiJDLv IsvtlleAt I S thaircc r T q nf n lcalrero n lwwx 1 penun kfllleteld with any opcub i hiitheSodsurronsof tire United tjtates r afim b tvfIi i 4 g i q RE ACOID IX OAK DAY atnlivb Brorao Qulnin Tablets ajCsUts Telunil the money Ir lIt j r cure 25c Fqreae bv Iiyd ill T rfaoJt anterst r INua npo CjdI GUT Is tlio best rJ4flr that j irilve cvorisIlil ora a l Iri I CUt ify t6 inuoJvlii Itsj r1Jtr RCIIrMI1 lcrob ntWy IaWCJrnrowno of r ia iit IUr NrWSr lf10I me J i tt L7I g 11t tt1t1t tt tt Ut tt ttJtUtJ U t4tIttiI1- tOdds and Ends of Gossipfr h k kk i k A SOSw JTor Teddy Hoo evelts Rough flitters Mount men ancl ride full tilt poll mell1Straight at the foes the order No time for dress parade when bOll Breaks loose on O bas border No gilded trappings ours to show But saber pistol bowien Thete business uses well we know QbargeboysandgIveemDewoylv God pity then our Spanlsbf qes 9r by the wombs that bore Kg time tor shrift we give tOtjoso Wbo liar the wayBeorofuW tt flash and shot and then goodbye or ns decide the story While life may last shall float on high poOurCountrvsJames Graham in CourierJournal l SUNDAY EXCURSIONTh THEJ on last Sunday wasiji vaded by an army of inegro ex ists from Louisville ThIs- is one of tha evils to which it seems it is the lot of the good people of Springfield to be bur dened with two or three times at astt during the summer sea spa Just why these capons fro Louisville should SwoOPdOWn suclItery but they seem tocnJoy themselves and their coming and so long as that is the case We may expect t emum our anywayJlnsto invade their sacred Pre cinctSj and such a move was sug sto4 last year to the authori ties of glionagninsttmderstand that a law has bee assed or a ecsionbas bee i rendered which says that therQ isnost ppingtHooxcursions yIQngn them There may lotpa any way to stQp the excursions m coming here hut there isnr y to mak the crowd behave spacitooleof pi01bunsbass oiruins on Sunday afternofin j9jtownJWT7 next ecu o crowd tha mris should bsinxide to behave nand leave the bund out of wnt e nDAx CLoIKa The s Qraad urri au d a wurninffb about the violation of tho Sun y laws and recommends to allt ure grand juries the wisdom indicting everybody who shail sell goods or transact busines- Suilday Just why tho late gran jury itself did not dbsomo the indicting for past offenses exlpJpluins chance to reform und promis- sin no more However tho warning peems to have hud its effect and they do say that the big crowd of excursionists who struck the town on last Sunday ught in vain for a cooling glass of beer but the saloons were deserted and n crow ba aIDbacklwtownand enforce the Sunday closing law against all business however alike grocery men and merchants and alttrlhe samoja law is made for all they saymtuld is to be applied ofreformsREFORMsSpcaking on the reots Monday afternoon that forcibly suggested beneedufu form in one respect at leastIIi d that is the promiscuous hitching or allowing to standj unhitched horses and buggies on e streets A horse attached ton buggy and which had been tched to a telegraph post on e street broke loose and ran full tilt through the town creating a panic and a genctlJl pismashupyhe countrv people who come to town to trade would no doubt think it ogre t hardsliip not to allowed to leave their horsGs nd vehicles stanBing around oiloi the street crpssinge but i iim the f1r fMiJiJtth1eIIo W ho hitches 6Ai liestreitTnsieiadls in a livpry tnf1j rc ri dime has a soyentyfive dollar buggV smashed up and a good horse ruined by a runaway he 1willj Qulironc1adlnwin keephishorsoofftho streets but if such a regulation should be put into effect by the town authorities the first farmer who comes to town and who is reminded j of the law will light iin and abuse the town trustees and tha livery stable people and perhaps the NewsLeader Jeft l 6uggetingtbe thing youll sVe ilijif he wouldnt They will say bat the town people are always aspiring to rob the farmer when even as in this instance the nolt ng be done for his own sc phode it AUEFR PROVISIONS The law y sometimes makes queer pro visions and Justjce sometimes Moapdispensations Tho fate of the negro Charlie Montgomery alias PltSwas clomsympathy Hamburg was are rested in Louisville while at tempting to dispose of a watch which was stolen from a young lady of this place He wasJ brought hero and while Ian1Nguishing in jail to await tri iil re burnt a hole in the jail Dr in an attempt to escape pr some Bother reason When Iliel was brought into court h was convicted on the charge i which the watch figured and riven a two years sonteaqe ter he was tried for burning OBiwhnbyrtbrs there jvas nothing for the y to do but to give iit to him Hamburg is no QOubt a toughI1 negrould deserves to bo sent 1 t but itr does Seem that tbtf Iit IolzpoorfineatIk nhtuid and plan ihead so thiit ivlu n n InvnrajiUi op ortunty pnvonts JtsWf Is ivitd J to take adraiitugo nf it A lo furvthoucht will nlao save Ihuoh tatbeCLarnlMjliiInrt Collu Cliuleni ard Diarr flhOcl8l SfOr doctor Rlotl have a bltr Doctor bill to fHy Iush1 lwone tH Sultrtdwht wonlPM why his noighliorir getting ur while he ueltlnir poorer Jj by Iluydnn RIlDorilOJJ Music on the Oraphaphonc lror1dld asFew people appreciate the marv onertaiuarwhich though it dostaTnujjhiefla than the least exjeijslTJo muM J Jnfltrujy me rbifltiasurolaplputqbat of a grand m6 y band It reproduces vocal aeloc tlpna arid command etofj bcarip No investment pays sur thjtol fa go Teturns in pleaauro Besides reproducing the musical and records made for entertainment othorI osls the Orapbophone will recoi immediately and reproduce at onc de und as often as is desired your oWI1Vi wrwords or song or any found By 019 Pennsylvania Ave Washlngto 0 you can obtain a catalogue thatj give full information as to pricesI Graphopbono outfits tftu is I wan Heriouhjy iiflliclcd withi cong1CI for Foveral yoN ami last full hall more sivere cough tlmn over before ye never uso1 many reinmlics wltl ovit ree16ommenknoxvloB too to be upoor widow gave tunme I trid it and with the inojjt tjratl 0fylnJmo very much nnd tire wjconVl lJpttJee ims absolutely cured mo Ihal not Jhoifttt th ppIy la appreciation of tho gratitit tich feTtfoV tire iti tfNllTted Ho peetfnllv Mrs Mary A Itearar Clartnioro Ark Ifor Halo by Hnv lbn it holierixon Wo flcetl a5avyFWhat the United States needs more than anything else Is a lirstclajs navy Instead of ran lcK pc tinh among the great naval la wers of the world we should uk drst Tbo United States is tbe richest country in the wor Idhr and it could Letter afford a great navy than any of the powers lnathi Encland or ahead of it with ri ihand the uccuracv of our gunners vro l otildtjc hti dt 7r t 2 y rf tI citizrns would oe more respected e1rtJifaj i r it pensions in tive years put in balt J tleshlps and cruise s would make theUuited States tthe mistress ofJ tbe sea Our experience wit 1a5j S sIpaindemonstrated that had th war been with England or any other great power we would have been at such great disadvantage that it is prooable most of oua fin e seacoast cities would have botn destroyed aud from a superior force our battleships and crui s ers would have begn annihllat dl or captured The hostile feeflp ag ainstus throughout Europe should admonish us that in limp of peace we should prepare fat war Elizabethowh News Stop drugging yourself with quack trtztns or cures Get a vehIkhow gbartaaceutloalwork Catarrh nnd cold In thohendt win not cause HulTurinK if Elya Crcapi Balm U used Driiff Ist will ttuppiy IQc trial size or 59c full Mze Wo mall it ELY imbS 60 Warren St N Y cit Itcv John Held Jr of Great ijills nt recotnm n l Klyn Crpaili lUrni me I sun niyhntdze hU HtatfJiiiHiit U ian posItive cure fur catrrrh iif Used as direcloti Rev 1ramU W Poole t9r Central Pres tliurclt Helena nt 3 U U 5 WITH OURy i = = U r r a orJilrJis quested toed In stock or crop wma foj publication j For Sale A Jfo 1 good mUch cow with fine heifer calf for sale at a bar rgain Loiis ROGERs ttIJ B Peter Co shipped severall r loads of fine ambs to LoniaviUe Jbtbi1 tni One of the exhibits of the state oft Kansas at tho Omaha exposition to be three car loads or canceled farm mortgngesst t iere cyoryevenfteOai jg wheat harvest In Washington county this year The weather baa been all ff that could bo wished whdeveloped sceyleldI1- fQuinetto 205 died in Chicago GIU11jjbettat j j o championship honors this year ing matched against B GentrIi r 910000 a side Ho WWt bred by Oi 0 P Cecil and vraBthind years old 2 II IJA Cohen basleftl attire Woodtor b1eatlffof biSIaldbiSIa Ly bushels per acre Mr Marshall is going to test this wbeIoPIsjj uckpondlt next year It a big thine for farmers If It could successfully grown in KentuckyInIn tlhThOtho wheat situation says With re card to tfio wheat It Is only necessary say that values Keep vein the high n iIIIBuropfian mand has Increased tho exports 3rr5 juheatreaching over 4000000 bushels for the eek The war has had n very perceptible InIs flour sold ut 550 a barrel it now e7 tea has had jin advance olornts coffee sold at 81 cents pound when Uncle Sam began the Dons now It brings 10iiS fightirI sugar baa climbed from 533 cents ILJ 61 cents potatoes now sell at 03 bIhrlnore white beans are S140 a bushellt 35 cents higher family pork id quoted at 813 per barrel a rise of to 225 ham has gone up a cent a poundI and lard 2j cents Canned ateas not advanced In price Healfi iko KlondiUr Mr C ThonlH of Maryavillo Tax lias found ii Inure VHlnnUlo olnnovTry than has vet boon nado in tho Klondike or yari he suffered untold agony fron Consutpptlon accompaiiicd by homorr IlftageHund was absolutely cured by Ingi Ur Now lNcovery for consumption oniiKhs anduds Hcdeclixrcs that gold j of little value In comparison with this inurvuloiM Hire would nave It occn Hit jc roost a hundred dollars u bottle thma oncldtis and nil throat tuul lung af fections are posltirrly cured hy Dr Kiiigrt New Ifcovcry for consoniptlou Trlnl bottles free nt Haydon HObMUIOI1 griigUuunttrtccd to euro or price refunded Remember thcoiufacth moro for rOln IttitI1 lia MAUD From Our Special Correspondent A IjshJnfr party compospd of Valley Hill gentlemen worPtfoh jng htre on last Friday Luc good as usual Joe Duncan one of the host hook and lion fishermen says there is no longer anr pleasure in that sport in BfiRch Pork River the Fish and Grime Club of Ke tucky have enacted laws which are odiru to the people at large1 and they are venting their splepp by destroying them Jo various ways Some of these ffiduoks who seine and dynamite tish should be given a taste of fftheOlwEditor A school picnic was given by Miss Maggie Neal teacher ai this place on Saturday last and MogIIie taught the public school an also a subscriptthn srhnoj anc has given perfect satistuciion Ben M Pile lost a valuable pow from clover bloat L Boo Coleman Beckham qf Shejby countv vsited his cousin Mrs D H Hcuslon hst week Ig qusDe ring Maihind Go Newtpn fs a bqstlur and we wih him success R M Arnold who has boen lit for some time is convnles Gent Mr Couch of Bardstown lerking for him William Hunter and wife vis SaJuDpt Wakffield has a new boggy and sjince he Las a fasthoeseii- llbeti well for the young JadeS to court his favors B F Settles will ship a car ad ol lambs this week Mr n F Settles will enter DExtTbursjWajf field Bs have boon shipping hay to BloornOeli this iPIC JIf 4 Hider Humphrey return edO Jueret hool Willip Huston will rptivrn from dayjhpoll of typhoid lever has ie covered 1 Miss Stella WukeQold will tertain her cousin Miss Barlow Mercer county next week SF Pottinger and family StrentsThe turnpikes in this sealer quire the attention otboSpervisors roe IIUM SemI your ndilratH to H K Ilucklen A tJoxliJIly effective In the euro ol coiiNtlpatlon andl akk headnehr For Malaria and as Liver troubles they Iwyo been proved ot vaIuohlo They are guaranteed to rfeetIr freo from every dolctorlouH b4tBccCa and to purely vcRrtaMc cev do not weiikrn by their action hut BvlB tlne to tile Htonmcli anti how th greatly lnvlgostetIuc syitetn reg the laU sIzeS per hoc Sold llJy Ultydout itobortboii IiLLS OROtefr Prom Our SpocUl CorrMpondoat We arc needFngrath very rruc an jitlrjjit MinnioIulia LuHchman Miss Rose Kelly is visiting her Will at bprmyfield Mrs Joo Clark who has beenJ sick for sotie time we are sOrryI so say is co btterwBorn to the wile of James Sutton May 80 a 10lb boy John Leachtnan and son Hug fi weroin Mackville Sunday Pat Brewer acd Mrs EJizobothI Williiuip off Potter spent ur day and Sunday JfHb his dauth Mrs John Leachaian in Edgar Settle was at Eastt Texas Sunday Maggie Baker of Mackville dattwo weeks stay Mrs Saute Turner iis qqitp PI Misses Minnie and EUie DudI 2 teeongrandmother LliilHt EthlS0tMi w iis4 dDliin ani ueq lItf C Op pr1dkt i vt 0 I clJ i1oFI iJ Jn e3b CTIIEwId awale Cin er87nd fDVDIrir8ING MDIUr iij F l TWMRNEWS0r vc STfl f cotli ttlJ1iiY J Our complete stock and our PE1CES are UPTODATE itJ 1jIiroodsuote you a few prices on the following artk1es f V STANDARD PRINT ale v I 1AWN t fJjiFINE rjBRCALES ric iJ IRFNCBQRGAND1flb12canclf17 tJ1 7i 4 MEN S DUCK Dl rS2 7Zwortb4CO f MENS sulTs8orth r jOiiGO X vy t l LA WORSTED nJts 27 00 Jitll1OOO CHlLliS SULT85fe worth 1 50t 1t v ft JfcT it MENS SHuE395c wortLi1 50 50 i i SI hoes worth Sdj ot Wehve o many bargains that we cannot menbon all of 1h i Also we will pay the highest prices for Wool Feather and +iElife + J and all other Country Produce v We have purchased a new and complete line of vMerchahdiseh fl1t prices that have not ben named or quotedin 1jpi nirketortyh- ei 4 Not byFAVOIta1qiiwILmaintn qur- nira11ed r reputationaIWe take the time to show ouicustonrsour i I t goods Aif baying or not r zt v i t itrWDSMOTHCOPR1- NGFIELD jtiI t t tKENTUCKY Jt I HAG AN BLOCK J jI U IU tu man werdlu Uarrodsburg Mon y on business j wijj1 of Qlntmcuis fur Catarrh IDewaTo That Contain Mercury tnfrcury will purely dfgtroy thc sense wmoll and cnnrnletoly derange the whole system when entering It through tno mucous surfucfs Sutili urtlolcti Hhonld iieflr Lo used oxccnt on 1fC6I scrlptlons from reputable phytlehctn1aoautrcage thnywIJ do good you Mil ilbly derive front 1114recJt ni lljn lng nlroctly upon tho blood and inutiiH Hurfaciw of lho HjHtoiii In j buying halts Catarrh Cure bo euro luternallvbt in in by JUlivney Co Testimonials freocSold bv rtniffglsts The HallV Fmnllv Pills Ire ho best i 10QRCSiVLLE From Our Regular Jyrrejifondeat Farmorsareitshingiheircornas hich will be here in a short time Our Deputy Sheriff Byron t munI3ouj this vicinity tJ Mrs Josie5SeSettles arrd rfamily f und Miss Susie Ptpe isit Mrs Rebecca Goatley at VaiJ dIiIi ill last week in yParkersuected colored tan died JLtutftII aged about 73 Hfevwas let Intt red at Sprioghi4d Miai Jtutie todinJsvisititrt t 5irpg1tTd tbn wI tr i ioftitPvjicii1iWib i W IO W Lr UF iLLU tIlY Messrs Turn uirdWL1L Rnine ofr Indiana are vishiugat P EL Moores Mr Arthur Eddleman of Lou iisviUp was a yi itor at William ElIdlttUJand SUtfds3y l13S- tSchool closed at Hog Ron on Juno 3 Mus Susiel Pope of Springfield was the teacher nda regular attendant She has provui to bo an uptodate teaclHTh and the patrons are fearfullf rfpoftsbe true bhe Is gwo to qulUfduhinir We hope however tba she will conclude to i Hch airaitf t IRlif01 iJJ M Wall had his kitchfln in ru hvtlre lust SaJUtX fnqhuJ 1ancet would probably have been de stroyed J Services were conducted Rev W M Stalliugs at New Hope last Sunday v There was a fi thlnffpartr on the Big Beach tacit FrldJyfrney hud llots cit rub tiiti and beer lufUred 27 ycnix ntth ZCtdno- yIKraH Jilr 0 itIIH a ItU fb Tarn rlCtlU wrisc A Jl t FOfdl5a Uta k nt1ttlIlMf Jnhwrul 4cI1 It t here ultet trrlhfllt My drih pl i4crrs KAnB Cutii lists imidoun such had 1 itWrec1twbttP3rsYufl ltlfl with rtfr flk ntltiMaji I lui lthe 8at eiiitc tl111 dtdIht sr ttgo I cIuiIh wandarltil t1ftuiiaocne esl pfllc- ciltMhI 9ntlUU8h llIudod k Itoh a ftiyg 1a 1er i prtMtsatsoI icecbua- tlwiii40 tf IHttf rteei dd GciFSv t P 1 ba lnc88 man NtwaLaAautn er Ibuyora fJ lr A v t 1 aT caw l1Y T W vmr W W IDs name iU 45pu P tteaJ bas on dlvets occasions swal t IIHe cighteleh or twenty egpU a few nights s obe QVU IQstepped all previous acts atfo knocked the record Uybyl r ingthirtyniu0 eggs in fllbfi1 mlnuids The boys wee SdUivg yfitthem outhisouccI He afte t Vard agreed to swnUovr a f sized candpbuclretlf thievnqtd tuot thebillt butLh V dJcL need him PittetsOri Jti a6ip tuentythree Soars old a 1ita- iterlully buiJi i S4 Jr r Persistent t Coughs4 A cough which seems to1ian j on la spite of all the remedies which you 11vappliedccrtanly needs- energetic and scnsifire treatniehti L For twentyfive years that stand ard prcparatiph of co Uver oil 1 f SCOTT ZMULSIOM lhas proved its effectiveness in cur lIng the trying affections of thC throat and Jungs and this ih the t pariallyvitalizes the whoic ciys- 1cm 5 lic kypop1ia9lK- act as a tosik 1 the mind anti fgycc ne soc Ees Att heals thcirrttatfop Ca you tnfcof any Cdbl1 ito ctlcc Tt a n tit tr fIt Ha tt iJlp I + TilE NEWSLEADER EL DAVISON JR t THURSDAY JUNE 1898 i of WAR BULLETINS 1 1traE war news is growing Wtr each day and from- p indications tlio Spanish vlvoro never really very much in it WIUIIfflud themselves i a very badly whipped nation On Monday last the American fleet under Admiral Sampson and Commodore Schloy turned t l loose on the forts about Santiago i tie Cuba and demolished them in short order The folowing tel ogram tells something about at The American fleet this morning engaged the Spanish 1ari9 defending the entrance of the J Inirbor of Santiago de CuBa and 15tfter zi threo qours bombard l ll mentsilenced nearly all the forts t Uestroyed several other earths rt works and rendered the Estrella id Ciiyo Smith batteries the r vtwo principal fortifications S use t f Mess Thell etformed in double col umn six miles off Morro1 Castlel at 6 oclockrin the morning and- steamed slowly three thousand f yards off shore the Brooklyn 1I I ioadinff foll wed by the Marble head Texas and Massachusetts I 1jand turried westward 3Thsecond line the New York leading withj the Now Orleans Yantic 3x wa and Oregon i lowing turned eastward The Vixen and Suwanee wero a5far out on thelef flank watching ine riflemen on shore The DolA l phin and Porter did imi1 Yduty on the right flank The line head by New York attacked tho new earthworks linear Momx Castle The Brook t JynVcolumn took up a stationi oppisite the Esfrella and Cata linaiVbatteries and the now earth V works along the shore F 1 The Spanish batteries remained silent It is doubtful whether the Spaniards were d fUftble to determine the characte- rSC the movement owing to the j densefog and heavy rainswhich twere the weather features this morning tJ AN act orheroism that will go down in jiistory was perform f ed byLIeutfHobson and eight bravo seamen at Santiago deg Cuba on Saturday last A plan was conceived to block the narrow chaniieiat the entrance to the harbor so as to effectuaUy 1prevent the egress ot any of Admiral Cerveras fleet The old ship Merrimac which was being used as a collier was seu ected and preparations were made to run her in and sink her- tfu the channel Lieut Hobson and his men accomplished this during feat at the risk of their own lives andf Were saved from the wreck and taken prisoners t1Ythe Spanish It is consider r ed one ofv the boldest acts ever fcominittefl in warfare TUDGE TAPT iitM United States Court of Appeals has de I t eidedi the case of the Kentuckyr i Biuk taxes upholding the de5i sion pfvfchdr Kentucky Court of Appeals which paid that the banks must pay state and muni cipal taxes The result will bo taafrthd bankstwill bo called upon to jay alargeiamountof batikj tares bOth to the state and to ijtjftoVtnwns anil ci tips in which jfthey operate There iis hov r Jove ona more appeal on the part of the bankers and that inav be taken The test cases 31t3o tnkenbthor SUpCmC Courfcof tho Unite States i n i JWncatogpnr fnwcl With CiucarbU loroferIDCjc4 I free Iledita r J4vicej trDo yw tBdcrstani jjctt xhat Dr J 1fj jkjefa medicines will do lor you Are f th elUrYOQ ca fsat you think thejr hit ghtf Write to ocr doctcr He will all queetioja atd give yen the oil aIfoc ztolatefJ trio- A4tthaLCA3rCsoLoweiU =jS IT is now definitelyi announced l that the First Regimeit of Kentucky volunteers will leave Lex t ington for Chickamauga notI llater than Er day of this week Jtaciilcift Arnica Salve Tho boLt salvo In tho world for Cots Dnilsf Soros ulcnrs Ulcon Salt Hhe iom Feversorea Totter Iliappodiiant t CeilblaitiH corns nnd nil Hktn orupnsft nud positively cures Plies or no pay required It guaranteed to glvippr tort satisfaction or mon y refundid Price 25 cants per box at Ilavdon H bImsousPrnc Store Your Turn Arxt Evorylwdy los nd somotfmn yourv turn will come KwpVR Uhf of Drji boi 1U1prcproclguN fiilrly Btartwl ufjiftor ithas auttled ItLho sooner you take It lho boiierj y get Weal 26c at your druggists 1IcNTIRfI Iir l From our SpeolulJC6rn poldont tJk Farmers aro getttrig along nicely with their crop as the Dastweck hat been very f yof aWe weather for work Ve have not had any Ralcsln this ssction worthy ot mention fur quite a while Will Meadows of Hart county Is visiting friends and relaiiyesj in this section Miss Leara Blao ford who II has been visiting near Borland returned home ast Sunday ac- coimpanied bV James Waite wife and mother aDdIvery delicate visiting her mother Mrs Gardner of Loretto at this writing WOlIMudey of Buffalo was here last week Little Meldia the daughter of fMrWI Biandford happened- to a very ptinful accident lost Saturday while plavinc on the fence fell and broke tier arm The hot sultry June days have beuuto come and it is very warm and we can imagine how very disagreeabte it is in Cuba f where many of them havent even houses to shelter them We all should be thankful that we have escaped as far as possi be With best wishes to the NewfeLeader I am i DAISES BELLE For Lung Nurcueaxd- copRoatod coubhn throat disorders and nil bronchial trouble Dr B UH tine Tar HnnY1R nn ofll aclous temcdy a cnrliUlckln 0 night All druggists sell it ut 25c on 1 guitnntt9is child puny peeked nnd poev ishT jlofla it fret anti fry without Deeming canset Does 1t have convulsions If so it has worms nnd Whiles Cream Vor miftigo will safely expel them and re tore its health Haydon it Rob ertson MOORES7ILLE From Another Correspondent Oncemoro the golden opportunity presents itself that I may jut down a few lines to that paper I love so dearly the News Leader a paper that every gooa family in the county sb nhl bave in their home not altogether for its interestinc news but because jit always contains such good languageSSome people miy think that the NewsLpader is not known out of tbe county hiltI iit is I have been very ne3rly all over the state within the past year and in every county I cia see that newsy paper the News Leader Lizzie Seav Mrs Carrie 11iS und little Ray weie the pleasant guests of Mr Prank Seay last week The blight face and sweet smiles of Fred Grigsbv was seen ia our mdst this week Wallace Seay a popular gen tlemsn oi this place was visitLi log in the Polin neighborhood last week Herbert Virgin sister and others attebded the commence meat at U rdatowb lastweek LMhs Jennie Bodiob the moat highly accomplished young lady of this place is vlhuioj near your town this week Ve wisa hera pleasant visO Severall of the boys hero at- tedded tie PICnIC at Maud llast Saturday All report a good time t Miss OHio Grsy and brDther Bob were the pleasant guastf ol Miss Maggie aud Will Kightly lastSundayV There was quite a large crowd at the services at New Hope Sunday The Sunday school jis prosing nicely Wallace Seay is going to Wadd j comImencemeai which is from thi 12ih to the 17th v HJllsIboro La TaMers Uuckoyo rnr Ointment reo liavcs the hiloiBO Itching it soothes and heals it cures chronic cases herozz Murgeons falL It Is a scientific certalin y ta Males Increase through its Mirc t j nocipentiient Ecry bottle guar b anteell Tubes 75e Ilaydon tKdbtjrtson UhrtfCfS lrtferretli In Courier Jojurnal of Wednesday Cpllnclor Sap said esterday hutItwa9trtie thathe had pre charges against certain lugaugtrsn that he uuldnbt discuss the matterS a Asthe malteris not settled he fnitlldo not feel justified n saying uuy thing alout it Its purely private business unfhlI 1tbe department has passed upon h the charges Then may beablH li to talk Tbe names of the men against whom thd charges have been preferred coulH nut be positively learned alihougb it is said andtt tget1Ivt lowing ten men will lose out if CollectortSapp is sustained eJT SBars Shelby viiiei s K E BiakVmoro Lagranget John F McGill I3ardstownI I A J Wilson Bludstown PPatE P Miyes Springfield George EMood Louisville KWebo Louisville Thomas Warren Bardstown People who are on the iD ldeI regard this action on the part of the colltectcr as an act of hostil ity to the Derrpcratic officehold era who ate protected by the civil service The propose moO ificatiqn of the civil service is expected to go into effect July 1 and tho more places that can be made for the hungry by preferring charges against tbe incumbents the more will it in crease tbe collectors opportunity for the distribution of pie laynur liver tired does it fall to do duty If dont neglcvt cnllfor help A fotfdoscaof llerblnp may rove von a spell of sickness Her llie in tho only perfect liver medicine It cures chills and fever 75o Haydon tt Rob ertson Whrn You Take Your Vacntlon the mot necessary article to Lays with you after your pockfctbonk inn bottle It Folova Cullcluro tin uu ebsoluto- uroyontlon or curo of nIl derangements of tho bowels cnqsed br a change at Avator You nio likely to need It nay don A Robertson NELSON NOTES From the Record Itev HartsOeld has been hold vbp a protracted meeting alt Ede len school house for severe days There has ceen one addiI tion J The machinery forBardstotons laundry baa arrived and has beet placed in the spacious buildinpr which is about completed IhE outfit is of the latest improves pattern and will dp the most sat isfactory wOLkTbR company expects to begin operations in a few days A handsome va on has been ordered an4 will arrive here probably this week i Mr Peter Moore a worthy tneighbOlbod morning at an early hour aged about 73 years Mr Moms death was very sudden he hav ibig retired tbe night before inI apparent perfect health UPODI attempting to rile from bet Wednesday morning he wa iI stricken by death and expired in a few minutes He lloft a wile and sveralgrowncbildreni i The marriage of Mr Robert J Thompson of Washington Dj C and Miss Mary N all of thisii county will take place today at tne Louie of the bride near Bard lUwn and will be quite a notable uvent Mr Thompson IiIB the son of Mrs Virginia Thompson formerly postmistress- of Louisville and is at present m the tfllc of the Southern rail way in Washington City Miss Nail is a very attractive young lady porular and accomplished Her brother George C Nail and Miss Annie Auhonser of St Louis were married in tbe latter city on the lit inst They aroI at present sojourning in Nelson out will be at home at 3903 Uas tleman Avenue St Louis after July 7 Ono MInute nut long yot relief obtained in halt tmt tliuo by the usda prttentsIIIIluin lund iulcl ly cures coldg croup iironchltis inicunionia InRrlppo nnil all throat unil lung troubles Wutore it Hrowno A White Mark Foloyg KUney Turn n porfoctly re llulilo prnpnrntlon fur kldnny anti luau lrrIi eisoMTlo pro prktors of HUH Kfuttmodlrineguaru nteo it or ihoney rofiiiidod Do they not doterve u white iniirkr Haydon Roberts JDiTho hutnHn triiRliifin Blurts but onco f5d Btopsjbiut onen You mn keep lt 4ctlnsI I0 n1 most roxiilarlv jiuslnK1 PoWUt Litto Karly Ilisors j fuinouK little llln for custipadun and stomach uud liver troubles Wutor rllwn8Jj QQuatnntecd I blooJ pure 60cil All Urujnjttts t Mr John Bavins editor of the PrO Anthon Iowa says Ibavo used Chant eri lns Chollc Cholera and Itmrrhoea Rejmcdy mv famulyfor fifteen years have recommenced It to hundreds of otlipra ant have never known it to nilIn fslnclo liiHtancc For sale lbyilay don ltnbcrtxo- uC4PJoness MlUsiur Pa writpsit BurlynlslJ1tpro andinust say I have never uned oy pllfs In my fnrnlh ring forty yean iff housekeeping that gave such itliffactory rosultarnu miailvn or JaltnarUh Waters A Browne ij The Army Ilosultal Service IT the held a hospital service as been arranged so perfect in flauonfl home and abroad It is nowin S3 as far as possible in several of the larger camps of the na tional l guard and is divided into thrae departments of medical I assistance When a regiment is encaged in battlo two men from ath4 company are detailed as stretherbfiarers to carry trio Bounded to the rtrst field hospital located at a certain distance In the rear of the line of battle stretcherbearer who average twentytive to a regiment are reenforced by about twenty ol the hospital corps the latter being composed of ablebodied men without arras who watch for the wounded and carry stretchers to a soldier as POO n as be is seen to full Tbe soldier stretcher bearers remain with their companies unless the number of wounded increases so that they cannot be immediately taken from the field by the hospital corps Tbe latter are under the orders of a surgeon who exam ines the injured mn before Lois taken away and dresses the wound temporarily jf its nature allows shch reief The victim is then removed to the dressing station which is located out of range of the enemys tire Ac other surgeon removes the tern porary bandages if necessary Should amputation be Imperative this is performed the sta tion being equipped with instru ments as well as medicines antiseptic solutions and bandages These dressing stations which constitute a portion of the second relief department are connected with the field hospital still far ther ia tbe aear by covered am bulance wagons each containing rora three to five swinging CUtS They aru driven to tbe dressing stations as pftnn as reqoired taking the wounded to the bos pital referred to With each pa tiert is sent a brief report from thesurgeon as to the nature of the injury etc forthe direction of the hospital surgeons Tbo hospitals are calculated ltQ con tain at least two hundred cOs wth a corps ol physicians and nurses and a complete outfit of bedding medicines linen und specially prepared food for the inmates Attached is surgical ward equipped for performing delicate operations Here tbe putiiot may remain for a week or a fortnight if he is able tore turn to duty at the end of that time If wounded so as to re qviru a long period of confine went or is pronounced to be fatally injured or rermanently disabled he is sent on to the third department of relief This is a permanent hospital located beyond the scenes of war and in the case of the Cuban hostile ties will probably be at tome point OL the southern coast of tleUtftedi States This Is the most elaborately supplied oj all the stations and is to have every possible adjunct tOt relieving tbe ijuredSTI e possibility and location oi a battle are announced to the com mender of the hospital corp as soon as the general at the bead of the army has matured his plans Thepositions to be taken by tbe regiments are mapped out as well as the urobable range of tbe enemys fire The chief of the corps locates his field hospitals and dressing sta tions at the most advantageous naliaIi wagons and the met in the corps are drilled in putting up tao tents etc so that only a short time is required to have them in readiness Details of stretcher bearers are then assigned to positions in the rear of each command and all is in readiness fur rapidand systematic assist anco to the falen It is intended to have each field hospital at leas twenty miles in the rear so tthat in case of defeat an nounced hy special messenger time will be allowed to transfer the station without discomforting the patients The flag of the twaront hospital corps while every memJ erofIt from the head surgeon tO the driver of the ambulance has the square of white and the cross of crimson displayed on one arm jolliers Weekly S Eo Parker Sharon Win writes III hnvo tried DeNVUta Witch haze Salvo for Itching pllc and it always stops Iliocuhi two minutes I Consider DoWltlH Witch hazel the greatest pllo unip on Itbo market Waters Browne Nrwr Go Away Front Home without a bottle of Di BoW Pine Tar H nicy Change of climate change or Apartments or exposure may tiring on p o M which nothing lout this famout ra 1tlly wIt cnro Dtnn soil it IHnJlnnll4 Hotohound riyrup is not a mixture or tOlllltch destroying drugs remedyfIthrOl1t a lunif troubles Its action is quicki prompt and positive 16l and Ilaydon t Kolwrtson THE WOSDDBS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles andConsuJDP1tion Can andScientistReaders The distinguished New York chemist T A Blocum demonstrating his discovery of n n liable and absolute euro for consnrnp tion Pulmpnury Tu crculosls ann all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhs affection gen eral decline and weakness loss of flesh and conditions of wasting away tvill send THUEE FREE BOTTLliS all duTarent of his new discoveries to tiny afflicted read er tbo NEUSLEADEU writing for them His Now Scientific Treatment baa cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple profecs ional duty to suffering humanity to donate u trial of his infallible cure Science da ly developes new wondersand this Kreat chemist patiently oxpeiimenting for yean has produccil results as bcntficin to humanity us can bo claimed by any mod era genius His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable In any climate U proven by heartfelt lottos of gratitude tIled In his American and Euro Penn laboratories in thousands from hnse cured In all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to consump tion which uninterrupted means Speedy undcertaln death Simply write to T Slocum M Gc 08 Pine street New Yort riving post office and express address and the free medicine will bo promptly sent Sufferers should take Instant advantage of this generous pryposiston Please tell tho Doctor that you saw his offer in the NEWBLEAOEK IVitliy ifae acid Iouud Foolinh are dot wbo hate not licieys tollc Cure in family Iltivdou Robertson KGENTJS l KNTED FOR THE LIFE OF Wm E Gladstone PV JOHN CLARK MIOPATHj The most cplfhratcd orator nnd states man of modern time His brllllnut frenlmi andl rrnuirkabu churncUr hK jfrtn acblpvrmeuts an Leader sad Prime Mir later nincniactnt triumph in preut political struKRlea includlue his fmnoun zugecdotesBrHvinK Ovir jatres Only J3W splendid cnnvassitiir vutilt with valuable premium terui and full instructions sent free for 80 cents In tamps to corrrjx t guaranteedTwentyWaitIng iS to t1O day he first In tb field Order outfit today ExperlcMe not necefrary us everybody wants it ilcctlou DCltJII r jut and iThisbey USbILI hoaiowghMIWLt Mmu tjpuaj tlCl2lJrspentYREfl nIWOOLLFYKD AtlWiAtAaOmCO lOi Ji trjot OFFICIAL WAR BOOKby Congressman James Ranlcln Youne All about War with Spain th Navy sit oe tenses Dattlo Ships etc Portraits and biographies of Dewoy and all prominent oftlcers Nearly 400 pant Manlvt vup ume Marvelonsiy cheap Ucst author snip Only nutbcnilc official book fix1 pcnenco not necessary Anybody con noli it lLadles as successful as puntlftnen We are tho largest sqbsurlptivn book flrta in America Wilt ui Kitty porsoo am empoyed in our cprrespondeuce dfpart mont alone to servo you Our book If just out Get agency mm and be first tho Ibid Large roc War Map In colors true promSumsmaker ever known stoat liberal toruu guaranteed l Agents making noo to 83W per day Tw dRyr cuyllt clvenFrftteht oald Full took Bent nald to agents 145 Hjl ndU namt HUt anti full in truotlous lre fur 1 Kent stamps to pay postage MantioVtnlspait DeptM4t ILL lUillnrdn Snow I4Inimont win vitro Lamo IiackSoro ThroHtWoan isHprJlns Bruises Cuts Old Sores Ladles itwlll cure your backache Ilaydon tt Rob crtbou SDR CALDWELLaI CONSTIPATIONPEPSII I Stop 1 Thatcoughing The quickest and surest way tl to tako i r bells rjneTar Honey A guaranteed cough reinSedy wholly kJI other belter acU directly on mucous mom liranea heals the lungs and p tory organs and Invigorates aIwhole system DR BELLSI Pine T arlHoney contains the concentrated virtues of old uud- trlcdmedlclnulRgenLB 1unIextracted by new scientific process IItAL Ionfrr 1 J7f 5fi keepO H- POsAd ON THE ARI t By a special arrangement and for a short time only we hill offer the TWicea Week Courier Journal- AN1THE NHewsLeafler Ones Year For O- nlyii51 The CourierJournal has the BEST War neWs ser vice of any of them and you get it twice a week iaderIor 156 pap rsa year for only a Dullar and a Quarter This offer is opentolnll oil subscribers to the NEWsLEAUEH who pay up and one year in ad vance and to any new sub scribers We consider this one of the most liberal offers made ard there is no reason thy tujone should not keep posted one the war newt and borne news as well- Address communications to E L DAVISON JR Pub NEWSLEADER Spnntrfi ld Kr Country Store House FOP Rent Rest ttdtui on Sprlnpfleld breach railroad SpriagfluidAseDeyandcountrytOrf mulntwFurMrs T 8 KUNUY Viilley Hill Ky or A R CAROTUER8 Custom house LouUvUlo Ky H MGeary 11 non Mtch writer DoMttV Witch hazel Ralve Is curlnB more pllia hero today hurt alt other remedies combined It euros eczema a t11 nil other akin diseases Waters Prowuo SSTruths TcrMely Told Foleys Kidney Curo Is a auto sure lonedy for all kinds of kidney and bladder discuses Haydon Kobortsoa i Most fascinating Inveiu 4J Uonoftheajre Alr Ml ready to entertain I nOlkJlt too r Jv Qleltauc1re 1ootbo musIc of band archeiI tnu TocslUU orlmtru mental oiolsts nothing like Uor an crcnInga entertaInment Other snarbinel reproduce JIJJonly tomato subjects specially- papared Inn laboratory but the Is not limited to such pifflflfl5flCO3 On jraphohone you can easily mateand hlllfUltlt reproduce records of the Toke or aoUndI Thus It constnntly aWakens new IntOZOt CUdS its charm it ever fresh repzvdocUous are clear and brillian- tGrapflopkoncs ie sold fer SlO1 caj and =undtthC Out raeaa tileilTaistor- xdlion bflhi qUrIerl once world Talkiug Jscblne WrUolorcalA1 Columbia Phonograph Coj DEPARTMENT 80 No 919 Pennsylvania Ave WASHINGTON D C Nrt r Yorfe PAris Chlmeo- Btt Lasts Philadelphia MaKiraore Washington Buffok J t1 iS hEvorybody f cic 1J Knows ZTHAT- iCnnninghaniDi alt Iare showing the largest st clc of Dry Goods Clothing Etf and selling at LoivelPHskthan nnyhusintowfitlt c 4TWO FA TS accoulltfort11eS Icltt Ilarge and inereasiedHiiiafelrJ l this rseason t i IOur Dry ioodsarjd Dres1r1nimiesDcartrncntis very complete ernhecng atreav uriety of both black and coij i alarglstock p set tbeml r jusllyji proud of this season For we are euaoled to show Men Jr iVomen and Childrens shoes and Oxfords in all the cohere oufeWii lJad in Meus and Ladies IurnisblqzS Notionmi ete BoysShirts made Waists and Skirts You bnov wealway dQ the largest clothing trade of any house in town We do it because we give the bust styles and values for the lle stmnneyS rWoLace Ourtainsj Wall Paper Etc Dont buy urtil you eeX our tock rKJ V Ddnt Forget our Inducements to Cash Buyers t 455 5 = 4r CSI M JHJtfTON u ll ilA SILN TDUNE I s J 7tt BURTON CP- J B JI ci tisui J Luuon t 1 b f I If IJ 1IJI1tcrt6rs andd Fancral Dfeotort tHICOJiwl CASKETS B RALf ROBES fi OFAIL inNDS t FULLY EQUIPPED Cults aoswered promptly day i or night V iH The service of an E BERIBNGED EM BALDER a la graduate from aschool ofi tujbalmin bafobtfen tLgajud r i iIffIfAOAo BrcicicFPINOF1EL KY tEJ 1 4 e d5aesuue =ujt saK jsyusw Y tV YfOAT I BUGGIm JII I lII rnoncyiswhatyouwatitQpnroL Nf n dIE 7It i S JtM KARRICKx Down Town Below Thompson Hotel Jj ll ccJK M C A KS aS A otr At1 tJo fI A YI rio presentatives many towns and ciuenaTe a 11ras l fbr one Tremenilotzs Business firm tQ h1ve Itimpiiesa tII In the tailoring trade it means that thet1 firma is dressing host people in a satiafac tory manuer Welt thats the nutnbcrbf rcprcjcntauvcs increasing every year that ore now taking orders i- crMBornCTte Great Chicago MirphanlTilIirj and they have won this enormous fradc by a ETbestI miUcbb jJ1ictkand fashion It wju jreprwould be ivitli 70000 thayeartieraateeJyou voiiU for interior tsBwing The dfe t and Can5re1501tmea witit fur suits ormxaUi llunilreO cISaapleaand aljthe Latest Stytos to Choose mm CALL ON i I CUNNI iSPRINGFIELDk la T Ti 11 TJt THE MEWSLEADER t WW1SHXD EViT THURSDAY MORNING It Lt l lP lE p I l h tSOpi YIAF J ke 1 Locstor Busli Notices 10 cent per 1 lIB8tortbol1tsti itt nanlfi cenu for i ewhtsuLi i rbli JaIfa op cnhfllijiteal aad poHttcal matUr cJpnU per line t job WprV Ii doth ut Tow i4tes buti cash must tallo l d l1v11b oodi Advertising coutivt made liberal nna pijtonries aniire lviHons of respect8 peritarSk lYlCortrn r t 2iOl o aY Mastrates L CouutyOceii5rri Dbtrlr IceS Hh 1000 T i I Ak tt ttriRWildeisfe DENTIST = il fill teal Operations Performed = fy rS 44 g = TEETH EXTRACTED rr AvtTHODT PAIN tV i = 5 Ik Spgfleld every first Thursday 7 SJ and Friday of each month = 4 Xr c4 = Mitit dmcB R23X Fourth ATefaie S LOUISVILLE KY r 5U ft Jf Jose B CKSSELLi PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE HOUSSt 9 to 10 A tand 7 to 8 P M ip FlOB In Cc1OrdRcbrtaund- gHUBER H HORD DENTIST r Orn Ea S1Unt SPRINGFIELD EY w WRNEIKIRK ATTQRNEY AT LAW t fticwojc wltb a a Mccnotto t IDR1J1 INEI41RTI- i t f ii OFFICE HOURS 12 to 2 p m EVERyDAY SPiaNGFIKLDKY DR1JM BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST N i TEETH EXTRACTEDI WITHOUT PAIN c OrnoB Hngftp Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass 0IIt t tfASITHYAN t AUCTIONEER r j 1 LandandiStock Sales Specialty l 1SPRINGFIJTJD KY CAL WELLS sDR INDIGESTION PEPSIN ifi t OR Jr H LAMPTON t d OFFICE IrontqfHCUIT CCKnK OJTIOB J When you take a little fprtho etomacha sake l Ho surothatyou get a PURE ARTICLE JtJ THE SDNOSIDE SALOON v 1 Keeps notblng but PURE WHISKIES PURE BRANDIES PURELWINES CORDIALS 1 CIGARS AND TOBACCO 4 iJF GREENE Prop WalLStreet Lower End of Now Ilobert an Building fi EllBENM eEL j 4 BLACKSMITH Horseshoeing tJ Carriage Repairing c l andl General Blacksrnithin r 1fJ All work guaranteed to Jive t 4aitisfaction aVibe Casey shop l4 21NGFJELD KY J j L e e ABOUT TOWN S Ai1iI5i a t3 l 3 t 3313 t3 Jt 33 i 3 DEERING Harvester Oil for sale atM Karricks I- tRUBEn H HORD has hung out his shingle as a practicing dett1 tit- and can bo found in the Rhiehart building whcrohQ has fixed up ia pretty andt comfort able dental office Call and see him LOSTA small kodak on the road to Tatham Springs on1 Slay 27 1808 Reward given irthe property 13 returned to Vkiss l Pure Apple Vinegar gUar- anteed 8 M KARRICIC TIlE Ladies Home and Foreign Missionary Societyi will meet in the Lecture Room of the Presbyterian church at 3 ocldck p m next Saturday All inter ested chaistian workers arje urged to attend h Peering TwineTHE HES1 S M KAI iOK CLOSING exercises dt St Cath erine of Sienna Academy Spring field Ky will be given on June 10 1898 at 9 ollock a m No guests except the clergy and those residing at a great distance will be entertained at tile convent during the commencement gxer cises Ue rIng Machine Oil 5SMi EARRICK SCYTHES and cradlesstookedi wagon and carriage repairing b- ywa Bond back of Karricks stock Lubricatingil S MKARRICK Tnt Tiustaes for this School District No7 have engaged Miss Lizzie Lee and Miss Mag Thompson to teach a tferni of six months for the public money this year Both of these ladies are favorite teachers with thii patrons of the local schools and the selection of tho trustees will no doubt meatwith general sat isfaction WANTEb Stock to p stuije C C McG II L l Ri J R RINEHART and Miss Mallio Raybdufne were quietly married at the home of the MbrTdes father Mi W X Rayv bourne yesterday afternoon ttoclock Only a few intimate friends and relatives were pres ent Go to the new butcher shop adjoining Karricfcs store Fresh meats beginning Saturday Conducted by John A Smith f THERE will be a game of base ball tomorrow afternoon atIMayes Park between the fieljd and Gampbellsville clubs Game called at 3 pm This is the opening game of tho season on the home grounds and it should attract a good crowd ALL summer goods such as organdies and lawns percales laces embroideries etc will be sold from now on at cost so as to make room for our fall stock soon to be brought on Come and see for yourselfW Co BUD SIMMS one of tho boys who went from hero to enlist in the Frst regiment but who was not accepted on the examination on account of a physical disablement will remain with the regi ment Col Castleman haYing given him a job as hostler in charge of his t horsesITONT forget to go to VV Smithi Co for summer dress goods and trimmings which they are sell nfi at cost The figures arc low W H HARRIS Nickell plate shows will g vaa grand exhib ition here onMdnday next This is announced as one of tho best circuses of its kind on the road and will no doubt attract a good1j crowd A street parade will b given in the morning INVITATIONS have been issued I i announcing the marriage of Mr dRalphrLancastenBPldricfk tho gentlemanly manager of the G G White distilling Company of this city to MissMattio Mcllyoy f a lovely young lady of Springfield The marriage will occur atSt Rose church SprIngfield 11 jon Tuesday morning June 14at hQ oclock They will beHat home1 after July 1 in this city Bourbon News Paris Ky BORN On Wednesday June 8 tothelvifo of Win A Waters a boy MAGDA is the naUe of a play to be given by the Spring field Stocif Co with Miss Cecelia Grady nth leading rote on Thursday evening June 16 The entertainment will doubtless be good and the Opera House should be crowded Reserved SeaTs will be on sale at Haydon Robertsons drug tore at 351 cents General admission 25c1 THE Washington County Tel ephone Company has just completed an independent lino to Lebanon via Simms which makes the service to that plaqe much mor satisfactory than before Mr R Hardin McElroy living oh that line had an iinstrument put in and others along thd route are talking of doing likewise Miss MATTIE MolLVOY and Mr Ralph Lancaster Boldrick wilt bo marrIed at St Rose Church on Tuesday Juno 14th next The bridetqbe Is one of Washington countys fairest daughters and Mr Boldridk is a risidg young business men of Paris Ky at which place thy will make their future home IN tile muster roll of Company K First Regiment Kentucky Volunteers published several days ago we notice the following names of Washington county boys W O Reed First Lieutenant E D MoElrov Third Sergeant Daniel Boone Colvin William H Johnson John K Murphy Frank C Moore Joseph Orkies Wm R Walker Patrick F Whal1ii i Reginald Ulements privates SI PI Campbell Assigns SAM M CAMPBELL the well known auctioneer and merchant at JeLso ton thiscounty filed ft deed of assignment several days Ago and named as assignee Arthur Campbell Mr Camp bells affairs are said to be in a Dad shape generally and to make matters worse he is said to havea serious charge against him by the Government in regard to irregularities about some reprcsentaljtheof twas here last week and it is understood sought to arrest lr5 Campbell but he could not be found We are unable to state the exact charge against him and of cpurse do not kpow just to what extent he is guilty of violating any law if at all Mr Campbell has always stood well as a business man and a man of iintegrity in the county and we trust that the accusation against him will not turn out to be so serious as rumor has it ifow LATER Mr Campbell ap peared in town this morning and iis in consultation with lawyers We havonot interviewed himon the above but suppose he is prepared to meet the charges said to been brought against him by Uncle Sam Hczokiah Game Back Washington Countys bravo sons are gaining more glory for her in war every few days The latest candidate for dis tinction through gallant deeds is a well known young fellow of the county who bears the euphonious cognomen of Hezekiah Bart ley Our readers will remember fdotltbiLtWiUiam kiah Bartley two young fellows who wero spoiling for a fight with tho Spaniards were sent onto Lexington from here their expenses being paid by several local citizens who made up a purse for the purposes of send ing them on to the recruiting place rather than seQ so much fighting patriotism wasted on the desert air around Spring field The young men left here in due time and their friends and benefactors hero wore very nluch gratified a few days later to see on the muster roll ofcf Company K First Regi ment the distinguished names of Hezekiah Bartley and William Johnson Alas however for poor old patiptism Tho viciss tudes of u soldiers life frequently knocks tho wind out of him Such appears to have been tho case in this instanco for Hezekiahafter a few days of j camp life concluded that there likling quietly sneaks away He ap peared here Tuesday1 with quite a number of excuses but they aidnt go with those patriotic citizens who say that the next time they put up arty good hard cash to recruit Uncle Sasarmy they will bo certain of their mqiii Court Proceeding The Grand Jury returned U7 indictments and adjourned Frii dattCharlie Montgomery nine years Annie Spaldmg two years aijd John Fenwick one year allt oplpred were sent tho peniten It1a JJIarryJ suit for damages against Dr AtjMi1 Shields and was awarded a verdict of 200 by a jury in court Iflast Monday The suit was based lOn the fact that Dr Shields re Moved a fence which Shewmaker had built to cut off a strip oft p Ilaud adjoining Shields property and which was claimed by Show nlaker The jury thought ttya Shewmaker had been damaged by such action on the part of Shields and so awarded the verC diet The schoolhouse Case of Texas which was styled Jacob Cpcan ougher and others against J R Glaybrooke and others Trustees of he Texas Graded Schools was decided by Judge Pat teson in favor of the defend Si ants The controversy grew out of the fact that tho scnool prop erty was sqld by J R Clay brooke and others as trustees to R the Texas Graded School lWhich the plaintiffs claimed was in violation of llawas the propertyO was deeded for common school purposes only The court rip held the action of tho trustees A case which attracted more than the usual amount of inter est was that of Saul H Crooke against Dr A M Shields for 5000 damages for an assault made 01 the former inwhich he suffered Jtho loss of an eye and was otherwise injured The qase was hard fought from the beginning to the end Messrs y4C McOhord and TJios W HSimmsthe plaintiff while Dr Shields was reprosented by Hon John W Lewis The difficulty be tween the two men occurred onB Shields place some two or three weeks ago and the trouble was caused by Dr Shields setting his dogs on Crookes hogs which had strayed on Shields farm In the fracas tho details of which we will not attempt to- give Shields struck Crooko sov eral blows over tho head one ofv which has injured his eye to such an extent that up to the present time tho sight has been obscured The case was tried Tuesday andO consumed tho greater part of tire day The jury after being 1 out some time were unable to roach a verdict and were dis charged Tho case will probably come up again at th6 next term of court PERSONAL Miss Laura McGborct Is homo from ber school at Danville i John Rowland of Bardstown wabhero Tuesday 0 Brent Roberta Is homo from Centre College Danville Hon S A Rusaell of Lebanon is attending court herd this week Miss Annie McCbord is homo from her school to spend the vacation Messrs Jim and Louis Hughes of Bloomfield wore hero Saturday t last Miss dub Crouch is vIsiting Miss Alaranda Tucker this week at Valley Hill Miss Flora Mudd loft tho first of the week for a visit to friends jn Miss 11IslpplJobn Sweeney Yankoy went to Louiavllle Tuesday with two carloads of lambs and bogs Miss Amy Rinehart who has been attending school at Bowling Groan Kyl has returned home Mrs Vigilini arid Miss Gertrude Kdelen of New Hope wore visiting friends here Sunday lCoL John I Uctllroy and Mrs A O McElroy returned last evening from a visit to Kansas City IMr James Menifco of Stanford SidneyIMr John Bnrcb of Louisville was here last week to sea his father wbp is quite ill at his homo near Wllllsburg Miss Lucy Ray who has been at school at Bowling Green returned to her home this county last Saturday JoR Olavbrooko and family who have been visiting relatives In Nelson and Spencer counties bavo returned homo 4 M Scott who was recently np pointed train dispatcher fortheL IN tbedaY1yltb4tsa n anfi tbolpersonKy who will for two weE i Judge Frank E Dangherty of Bards toVDt was hero last week in the Interest of John S Kelley who Isa candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals Speoinsurance Company of New York is here in the interestot his company and baa appointed Gabo Wharton as special agent for this district Arthur Vance CAme homo Mon day from the Central UniversityRIch byMessrswo of his college friends who will remain with him fora visit Boone Colvin and Will wo of the boys who WaUIprI Company K Lexington were hero Monday on a furlough to visit rela tlves They say they are well satis fled with thel jobs and tbo rfst ofI he Washington county boys are doing well THE MARKETS Tho following table represents tim prices byheup 12 oclock Wednesday but subject to variations thereafter on pfiyato advices from Louisville dealers Wheat per bu 06 to 05 Corn per bu 05 to 40 Oati per bii 30 to 85 Rye per bu 50 per bn 200 to 323 Timothy per bu 135 to ISO Orchard Ojass per bn 75 to 03 Hay Timothy per cwt IAy mOTCr p6 cwt 40to 45 tJOUISVILLEMAIuEETSQATTLE Report furnished the LoUisville Uve tock Journal West Mala Street Lou UvilleKy Extra sblpplttff t4 60a4 75 Light sblppluffj t 4 B0a475 Beat butcher steers 4 83a4 a1rtogoodbutcbsrate 3 7oa4 Common to tpod Outcher ulcers 8 0Ju3 00 Thin rough steers poor cnwaaud scalawags I25a3 25 xen good to extra 8 6tfa4 25111350Feeders St ckcrst 4 Wa4 75 nulls 2 roan Veal Ca1Vcai 5 75aO 00 MllibilCOVVS Choice milch cowsim 00345 00 00IHOGS Choice packing and butchers Ib to Jb 410 Fall to good packing Ib toSOOlb 410 oodtoextrallght1GO1S0lk 4 00o4 10 Fatahpata 120100 Ib 8COa3 O- HFatshoaU lOOlOlb 3 4Ua3 00 Pigs to 00 lbs 2 75ii3 25 ougbs lbA 2 50a3 40 HHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep S25a360l Falrtagood 800a326 Common to medium 2 00 u0k5 5 00a2 50 Skips and scalhmags per bead COal 00 Extra spring llambs S 50a6 00 Best butcher lambs 425u475 Fair to good butcher lambs A 3 75a4 25 Tallends 2 sos 00 PItODUCE Report furnished by BerndonCorter Co eneral Cuuiuilsiilun Xerchauts 813 ilur ritll Oourt and lip Third Street Louis illa Ky- BoosSteady Fresh rebandled 9aO Market firm Best grades alUc caoioo stock ljdltc packing lOallc- FoLxtnr Market steady Cblckonshana a63c roosters 8o3fc spring chickens per oz Ua4 geese full foaihoro1 pr dozen 3u35Q plucked per doz 2a250 turkeys Alive 6 turkeys dressed 8alOc ducks per pr dot 1L75e225 Michigan hand picked Jl20al40 new homo llOo to 125 Blurs Giepn sal to J SaS3c dry salt I012c dry Hint 15a1- kFuastecco n Kos t to 4 10a70c mink No to 4 aku k prime black 70a 80o short stripe narrow stripe broad stripe ISo opossum 5al5c mu kmt 5a2uc rqd fox 50ujl 5 gray fox 20aMo- MisozLLAXKOOs Sorghum molasses 22a 5c per gal beeswax 24c per lb clover seed f375j325 per bu onions S75a300 per bt rags per cwt FejiTacus Prime white goose 33o3ir gray mixed or old 20a30c Oxiox SETS Rod and yellow 4bOO0- white as to quality G00a700- DKIBD APPLES New sundrlod active demand 2 a3c IIU8UPOTATOEaHomo grownnor crop 210225 per bbL WOOL Best ltt 20c hurry 15al8 tub washed 20a80c black clear 17al8c black burry 14alOo QUEBX ArrLEs Market higher and firm Fancy 300a400 choice 260300 common 00a2SO HAY GRAIN Best hay strictly fancy per ton iOiilO50 straw per ton 400a 450 ear corn SJo35c shelled corn in bulk MaSS feeding oats 32a33c wheat No2 For Children U no Tulle Cold family and are xuhject to croup no rom cdv soliojpful as Dr noils Pino honey It wilt relieve the croup once and euro a cold in ono nigbt anHH should bo In every house ready for oinorRonoy You can buy n bottle 25c at any tirst class drug ntoro TATHAM SPRINGS From Our Rnzular Correspondent Clay FustHr bought two nice cows ot Rod veal ton for which he paid Uacli J H Gaines bought of Eliza White anic3 horse for t65- S B Thompson bought a horse of J H Morgan for 100 and OLO from James JTence for 90 J Satterley of near Antioch church bas a very siclf family with typhoid fever His two daughters both married have atthopolnt10ldeatD i them1tntbeentire 2SCin TOBACCO MARKETS The following are the rovlsad quo tations as prepared by tbo Quotation Ooinmlttop of the Leaf Tobacco Ex chango at Louisville for this week 18970ROP RED DURLEY Trash green or mbceO 3 50 to 5 00 Trash aound5 00 to 6 00 Common lugs 600to 800 Medium n rGool1pCoinmonloafj Medium loaf 12 00 to 14 t 00r Good leaf 14 00 tto 17 Fine and selections ivl7 00 to 22 fi61 f1TrashCOLORYthIftLSL t QCommonQ GGooG Common loaf ahorfcj 9 00 to 10 00 Common leaf 10 00 to J2 00 Medium leaf I200tol00 Good leafi00 to 17 00 Fine and selections 20 00 III G FISH AND FISIIINU justIssuedUecd G GnlortAG interest to the professional angler as well as to tho Ktcatcur copy will bit sent toIany address on receipt of a two cent tamp G aeatordjGenlIi CASTORIAFor Infants and Children = THe Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the st ISignature of EGGS FOR SALE B Minorcas direct fromvNor thup none better i po for 15 PeMn Ducks pen headed by pair from Rankin Tveight 21 Ib- slpd for 13 MRS D F LOGAN DANVILLE KY Lock Box 506 iMN A AA A i newo 113ath Rooms i L to JOHN TYREE Propr t 44 i New and elegant batb tubswlth all modern Improvements Hot 3 and cold water Uatha at allS jjj hoarse 23 cents Call and try ono t2 v+ MAIN STREET BELOW SPRINGFIELD HOtEL c 8y VR v TAYV i t u JfUttt t UtU ttuititt 1 nullarmi1= tI v tt ITHE LIVERYMAN = = U Has on hand for the summer g season the BEST rigs in = town Fast and safe horses g g and reliable drivers illiU ust 5 SPECIAL ATTENTION g given to commercial man Livery connection with the 5 Springlield Hotel g vt MAIN STRCBT It I- SPRINGPIElbD KY u 1 Telephone No 3 a i- tt a a C WlHagaIiJ THE GROCERYMAN Would have you knowthat ho handles ICE Good pure artificial ice which he will sell at Gac a hundred pounds at the store or he will deliver it at your door at per hundred in any quantity He also keeps R fulf ireot Staple anti Fancy Groceries and Fresh Country Produce MAIN STREE- TSPRINGFIELD KY GIRLSwned to do light writing aidl BOY fl t at bom Iye- mpiovnntwthmoJert tnuns Itrd icads rurfull1XUllXlI I1US sttK1CE- izz ru ttuwUg OSea thilflng l btdwuT- 5e trk U7 Dont Tobaero Spit sad Smoke test Ute bar quit tobacco eosll And IororeVbe inaB IT tali of life nerve and leg rt1ke KoTo the tonilqrworker that makes weak men All drugB 8ts 60oorl Curocuaran toed Booklet and sample tree Address Stcrlips KeacJy Cf Calcaco ot NawYcrJi t = d = NOW I J f Ii i jrit tf- At t tIt Is th tiinc to bu g sc i t1 iIr ttrc Allwiol Clay Wtr4eduits O7 iit9iherhyu llvent rnurihmore mrjr y t 0I Mi1s Bis Hnci UIiiIdrns suUsat 9Incj4tti1 Irc maI rnprn tor nut hij0FTtjl urctit si J Our s oot i uotn4rrtsli 1 Frcjfsl Irni i1tP t t f Pn1J frcin8up t itIitvr A 1 VJiisL licivict itiQlliPr shipment from ilh wfo Hrof Jfy JNtt Frtjch Hn Ainvaui Otirrtndles irurlces thit defy Si si CH aippJini n f CMuuinuMiish Ltiovert yard whip worth 15twe t1nrseIlutig iii tie v Grtaieanrt see them t f dIIi c l together anti our prices are correct All we hskis a11 4chanct to name YOU prioejs r Choice hn6SuiQrs Sashes Ribbons and Tieski i r Jo y McEnOpdoe obsp J t0 gJ 1 SEE THAT TWSTJ I ir1 liIL ORAOPRICEONLYI f GENTDRY I IMPLEMENT WILL 4 4COMPLETE f 7T WIRE tj 1 See TJat Price Delivered to You t Uses No9 wire for the line and cross wires and makes the dead lock twit that capfuL SllplEvpry tnictsine guaranteed t Builds the IjjfrgP Sjtvlo IIr fence as wi ll Places cros wlrea unbar wire fencing Bend for a sample of the fence and free circular RrcHlYlONDSAFETY a GATE CO j kI Box 181 RICHMOND JK0 J L l bf f It t3 t A q 4i + + tr cLBMiNTs 1 M YfS f UdoLisindc J 4rthre O i1ieirsg r j i lc if 1 X xfy sf 4f We make a specialty xsmbalmitSg worlrf Wnicli is ft done by Mr Clements a graduate of a schoolof cnvS bakmng andwel carry everything in Undertaking j a t gooi and our stock Iis COMPLETE in every detail sftc Calls prbmptly attended to day and night 4 y QV i1Our stock of furniture is fine and coriipletefi fifldj i cwant Carpets Mattingst Rugs Bedroomf Suits r Rockers Tables Chairs or anything in the Jtorniture U lhie aivc uga calls c J 1 i 11 I A I = MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD 1C1Hi1f J1 1 i ro Ad BUSINESSEDuCATIONJ orwremnwbrtwunW teOID mil 7hi bring COccded sf the first importane 1011 1d0aoscbooizatitandsttha1ryUoutrnk1ba r BRYANT fi STRATTON BUSINESS CDLLEGEt J LOUISVILLE KY t 3ookkeepIrt Slortha1dITelegrapKy M Write for beautiful book glvlngtcstlaidnlafe frot t graduates ocoup3Thg prominent positions all oycf r the XTnfted States Will be milled TllBli 4 JioV AYvT VA1i- ii WC arc still selling BU6GlfSII hanr ltBut Ge also R kinds FARMING JMILEMgNTSten We buy and sell Hay Guii1 and FeedSiiWe sel1coiht the LOWEST pASS PRICE t + Come Ir and letus shoW you Our new wheelj I1iVainalildalJl ttl Ktrictlv hipheraile bicr cia in ovary respectjuid selliug at the extremelKlow t ttr 9Uit i i Jorae in and examine the I showyouC1otUt t othersfblghcupctflloi3otposesS X i THOMPSON I lftKE SPRJNc1FIELD 1fl 1v3 a V 1 Tha Blood lt r7iKSBCojnreVfUu JuneHFJ1r f4 Fnnt FredonlaNY I Star Srln 1 lisa skis eraptton e Urc1T co vcr lhi foot asS leg to kaeS5Ob54 the dIscbtga etild T slt nMi f ufugoverlshaltdaY 1oekewekw f fO suffered l AU doCtonm1l pteBt aiedWMs epIoy Ie Jailed to fceneflt me aatfthi en ftloa cea tinned 10 spread IB UK dbtrewe wadO 1111111 lUith u ot roar flIooan4 Liver Itemedy and Nerve Tools ud aftbi OiOt1lef with aa 5HLV oxt1 Kh wa Oat was Uli1i61iQUkif l oatn r d tsat tie In tiLOf UM Blood Zest7 Hefl aMr 1ate1 t4ith tIt eccasluijy It Ild55 sail Baekacke t1ate leelSkoabottl mrFo sale bj HajrdoH ktI obrtiost II Ueau1 I nl J Dcep O1n bWed iune a eleu skis X bty tithet it CasptCiiecstbw tie lea your bleed ud k ep GMN h I stirring IP the ISyIITer slid 4Mstj all is riuft I1M bed 1e Wday is baraWt piiffi5Iee beUstI1 J sad tkat klY bilious Cacsretheaity tstI glttl aata1aetiepgu1sMSi tot j r d F WC k for hfflt6 and Chitdrenw Tho Kiu You ilavo Always Bought BEARS TIII SQNATURfl OP 9frTUtAV scrT r JtII This Dog IVeykT Tne Washington Times gives SthL following horrible Story 10 the world about the butcher V4ty1 hi6 JIApathecstorv sIuwin ti priyate anLfQfflciLI l cbaructorj Lf baoVHum we1 are inclined to regard asfiend incarnate is bid by a Iadr wbo resides in IWashington andwbose husbatd tontil recently was an oMceriu- ibB Spanish array During Ihe regime cf Welter fn Cuba thip genileodan was at i Sftacbei to a rahing column vitich went ottt into Tlav8na P ite and succeeded in njHssacireTbg 7 vhe families of a number of Cu bans who were with the force in the field In the course of the r f Iiut5jbef7the officers of theexpt p vdiyon weret attracted to a bright llitle Cuban boy of three pr fuur jbar and they coonluded Jo f hp Ve him and take him bask to w Itavaflawith thflin On the way 1f rlJecWing fiieudly wtr his cap r v ribrsihe lisped ouuii litiln pa triptic SOpKt m which Weylers i aiahie waia handled with wore r vigor than poDienes and t e muers ifiouRht it such a good Jr4tdtuey would let the captain IneraI etjuy it t o 3k orfe evetiibg a few clays after the chief oDicers of the column took thelittlo fellow up 40 toe nlace and got him to sing lirat Sdug lor the beuetitol thoj Ireutu3th1 The latter Was una V Pa hie to appreciate the buoior of prttbejvsituaton iDd begun to look i iluckas wes his wont whet invthittsr dil not please him Slfy ver h culled Uue little in f i rtgtnL to hit knee and in ht- iiarfentttl way took his ivoryhao- Jcilek goldnipunted revolver VlhBmitB to adniire Pointtug to the shiiilrji muzzle of the jjretw V jphiythiDtf Wejler tuld the bibv l risoDfr to bite if which he did =and thp hyena blew the childs head off in toe presence of his I as onishtrd guestsv Immediately jbllbwin this trtiljf Weyleretque manifestation of his love for oijildren the husband of the lady Who tells the stOcy resigned Iron ii armytx man who is ixore than likely to be military Uicirttor of Spain within a week itV two Why does he not come oef 10 Cuba ugiiu 1 iloto bed nd virlr to rnc Prepare a man for u is home in rtUo1 lJtaiJyuK beo and a l ttlo Inrly Rlor Js4lm pill tliht niakes life longer iind PrtwticCNEWS LEADER I 00 a year Mr P Ketounm of Pike Cly CaJ iyIuiut my1rntliIraIaWbIknes Jfom sciatic rhonniutl inr ClinvriliarialnH Pid Jlalm was the only remedy ta II gate huh hnr relier Many nthets r ave tesittfitd to tha pminpt relief loia Jpnm which this liniment aflbrd For Mle by Uavdon t RhbertFnn gPt- yon cire its corEcquences These y1110 othe consequences of constipadlSn ijTh1iouanealpsaof appetite pimplessoui 4 ft stomach depression coated tongue night msre palpitation cold feet debility diz vomitingjaundice nervousne38hoaaBthetorpidUverheart 4 tarn fool breath sleeplessness droww I teae hot kin bramps throbbing head 4 piIa a Gttfa Curs CoIpnt1oa Dr JaAyers Pills are a specific for 1IA l dtscass of the liver stomach and Bbwela tt nCreirotn centtpatioa wnte a snedixeh ut otsthite foris hat1 focxe d thebowebAcar 4 gai totake tyeYs Fills Two boxes effected ii c pbia care ij ti BURKE Eico Mb 9or eght yeari tas ktedwt o MUpabda wki n beocaa so bed that the deetors cocid do ito more fur me Then I LWt tsk Jyers lfls and soon th J thijantonDUJSUCIr rt Cal leu FJirbuchlcc nfl tiui Jl a cft The June MuOlurts opens with a teell flhstiatdarticle written by Gfen i huKh Lciii I Qaba Hjj8r Spantah Rul8 Get era Lea rtvi ws briflly the jveu whichled upoiatervenT t13n tei Of his own ruioe Ufa Cubt oCh1s deulitt i with he Sptf5i autUorUius and givi a Jrtk ge4rUU uthbaIti Of lhaurul Bluutib tlti tatIf eaeral jandj I Hlwujsf fouri an aiaiubir kind Mearitdt ufitjenran boI believe was fe1Jy and tttprouxVly consUl eurtcus in the disuriurg1 of ihe duties coufiduti u Bitb H must huvebeea couvrnc d that there wub no ohancfttfcr autuuuoJy toI succaud though iu hits pniuuncir ameulus he ullowed himself to arguH to thd contrary eHcm could he do oiherwig J3e was i ns uoutd by ttic 2ttirtdauihor ties to procUiifl iud aiiiutain tbi tiutoutastic ituy acids Was therefore obliged to do everyU iuginhlS pobr tu pro mote the purpose of 1dt bapeii ors Daring the two or tbsta days rtnereCaaL xoting in Finatsa ithe raflvtn cry of tEe HoUi tovah at tOe wry door ul thH pdlacH was Deainj to Bluuco and death to autonomy I Loug live Spaiu aud loojf hye VVdylei Alter quiet iad beep restored lBlanco und the attouonciitiu I cabinutcootiuued to build their ho pea uoou a utououjiscic success Partisans and frteiAls of UeneraJ WeylBr rumovedvf roui he various poaiUous they had huld iu the island and friends ttf Guueral Blaufco or supposed frietds oi autonomy wqre fubstiiuted iuj their place But tbhe snbsnt Lutes appulniedi in mauy in stances to ptease Cubans arid to show that au autODOuiistie ovj eriiBleut aieau a fcjuban govern roepj while profe sing ihoir love for autonomy were realty fbr- freGabjij and at tie proper time had matters gone on With out the intervention of this country the autonomistic gov1 eminent would have fallen to pieces by deserlious in its ownj ranks A IVorU 10 IJijKtriunt prfyou know llmtpmunyarimd minded JftVbtMIt1 are qIi Foieys4lflivy- lair Cqugh Syrii in t 5ir practice Th y llmye fwund fu remedy tlmt ghve air gyod HHtlsfacto rrsiittH fer all throut ond lung cwmpl ilntaas this uroatiough medicine JIavdon t RoWrtsou Her idea of Ucniori IIow rTolixhtfal they are those pcrple who dont um xetaDd a jotc towbom the point in au anecdote id u delaaioL nncTuFnarol MteB P is a clever woman and an ex colleut teacher Bat jlite eclid science InroiHore iu Jet particular imp thun snytbIst hioh scvors of the artiel etJlAl fancy Some y arB ago one of the children c uiagnaiups printed nu aaaiitig liftle jiagio abort a yosug lady aa crclwry petty who became so alarmed at tan promlscooui fligbt of the irrotvs that iiiordtr to oe perfectly safe from barm eAatcd bartelf directly iu frput of tbe target Sfnoo days ago Misa P wai reading nlocdroia u boand vc4aiue the uig uziiife to fiouie cf liar yoanger pnpiln J iho r ad this jiugte uud oongoird Over It till tears came Well well welll raid dear Miss P How true to life tbaf iid I know hundreds of young people who are jnst fooliib enough to bring their Htaolinhd sit down iu tbatvery pot11 rtiUadel pbia frets Ito ha ft roaon Ha really doesnt vyattlto be fa monsThats caysDaWill yes I know him pretty well uod rinow its a matter cl coujoieuce with him yonWhy I ha was cveu indirectly responsible foi nil ike IJM that are finrtflalH told tibont a lemons ILU after hit daaifa Cbt cagoPoBt The Kowcst Stntloncry The latest fail in paper is it shc6t tbo the cnvttlojje wbicb goes into its iIv iupe without folding Iu the usual cbrresponoenba size that email sizo oscd for a hurried note or invitation the style gou very well bat Then it a comes to larger sizes stationers say Iit will not take In tbia connection it Iis reported ia tho New York Herald that the most popular style is a sheet of pa per vbicb folds ia baIt and iita Into an euvolopo whieii Las a square Jjap This style comes in billet note mid letter sizes and tim envelopes are gradaated to match Ta RTorite colers tire white cram azure rogimeutal gray anti bond Mif Tbe fancy tinte of pinks and hello4 troS yellows 2ad reeustcach car L t1 to iet a ctiu tzncuiur ara ccnsiiaxd in f r taBta A very daitty lit Ja machine made fir weighing letters useful to a wornaa yitb a large ccrrcEpendcuoe cr to a bust floss woman who inusf needs send let ters inclodog cumples or circulars Emcotti Koadi tail Trafflo Tim iucrao o df ofiiijionoy hi vehlciea havios aanciHh surface on whfob to travel is very great P reot rails are a necessity for the steam engine and rt aaootb rocdbcd is osseotiai if high Sp fid is to be obtained The water car riage wbioh has already beconw an cs tufaiUatd tact abroad depends for its effloieafly good rcxd surface The bi cycle fiaius euormoualy in case of nro pvlAion in on ed and in adaptability to now fkJrlsof usefuluBss by bating good roads About the three there lenD dis pate but it Eeemsiiecossary to provo by argument illustration and statistics that carriages wagons tracks carts aad all other vehicles are equally bcueflted by a cinooth traveliug snrlaoo Biohange Ire Trcotuient A procws baibciui brought forward mBvcdou by Olro and ioftmnd for extractuig gold or bismuth from ores by i leans cf ititJted load Thejrcees oau ie applied to mineral mixturcr contain jag for example iruu ores jBoetooe hismutii native gold qocrtz or sili xiatos anti even v hcu the uxsturia arc poor in gold end blown h that i would otlicrtf we be naprofitajla jo wyrk ttliiim tClte tuctbod now IJreUAcI1tWTd cconwsta in placing tho ores hi u balofcmelted Iwid kecpiJig it ai ice as poeei ble froiu kuy contact vsitb thp uir To gold crca which contain liMle or co his muth crpb of lae lathee Kubstance 1Uadded to nidueo the raeltr igpoiut of th lottlugf metal which woahl cuerwiso resalt the bath wade use of f r this purpusc ta filtei dI through a cylJtidcr the bat torn of which cqnsinta of n porfcaec hct cf metal covered with a layer oi arfbeflttu picoca of jr u wire and ces dnsl Tt Corn Crap j yi3 pood Ruthority aa VraldoRBrown I of Ohio favors hnakini corn with thecoxoalleut nicbinc3 that are imruscd for tho purpcito end which out andslired flhdt Ladder a tho saute time Iu a letter to Prairie Jfarwyr hit writes 1t I flirt ecomi of ftwrmcrs at thoiusti- tntcst thepuit viBt r who had bandhei tfauir ccfru end fodder iu this way and while they had in a few boont troabbd with the nhre ldHl oddnr hwit ling I think wa shall learn totaauage o as to avoid trouble sad lose Thmeb ing the corn pdtgt the foddor iu oxnqllonf butGholled trbabteaom lltoling we will be obliged to make gran aries with good ventilation so tbat tboa Jairwill olroulate throes h an l I think iit cad bd arranged cr olse vo wnst kiln dry tim corn Li some way the quoation nll be solved prftetically for tb co i p growing HpprtXitiou of tbo valae t cdrn fodder and the benefit of ehr ddht it and tho manufacturers of btt kius and Ehredding mcbinory are cxperi raeathag awl will doubtless fled out a safo Ajiy to muftaddett AN OLD GOVERNMENT DIE Uicd bj a Itt7jera n Paperweight rot Years In the course ala lecture at the Ap prentices library A E Ontcrbrjdge Jr related an ihferestirig Incident that eerves to thaw how araoh core curofnl TJuclo gam is in the tteHiBctka tf filci dies for coini then ho used to be Some time ago said Mr OBtertridge l was visiting the office of n friend who is n lavyar when I notIced upgn his desk a iittte metal object covered with thru or four costs of rod poiht which wee apparently in use a pu rweight le vas a government die for a sliver dollar of 1809 and for my friend to have if m his poaaeefiioa asa penal offeuo Ha did not whet it was nqtil I folil him and he thfomicil lao that it hid Been arontid the offico at a paperweight I as long as he muM remeinper 40 year titlesst I gave him a ilvtr woIgtc In its place and Informed the anthocitie Bt Wathiupton iof the cfrecisstanee also forwarding my Iriouda affidavit ait to what he knew about it At that tune though nil dies wore Bupposed to be dogrored when discard ed the system was rather lax and they eoiaeUm fcaad their way into the pw eckui otjcnk dealari I aKrad to tent over the dli upon conlitioo that it ehpnld notbedetrpyed bat kept ia the ifaiclaroatic collection at the Philadcl phio mint and that might borrow it eta future time to illnstrato o Ibctnre The conditions wore agreed to and bata brocgit the die witii me touight to show to you I bud to write a very foraial letter to pet it stating the put pose for which it was to be wed and it must be returned totnoaev moruiuj Philniolpiia R oord hewn la an Attlo o Village I slept in o bonaa belonging to the African Lnbos company u crqopy sort of babitnticn at nigh Rats galore raced abont tho roof obniing 0110 another and sqnoallng motif pitionily I was nwnkoncu in tin tuoraioiH hy cocks crowing There xvaa n 1tah of night injootn tbe b6a3cs in tbo dawning light were an ftiaatinot lull brown tho grass vas wet vritb dow board tboahnf lUng of rcnl doors alld to ono side or their gratin on clay flooring wlkrn flnut open A few natives bigia to npponr exchange morning greotiiigs and start to bloW up firoi then women and childrun crowd around tim Urea the gilded clouds in the cast ivitU draw tho ann peeps on tbo boKaon flraa arcSoon desert tl puddaiy worlrboglnsCentury All styles of fancy laeep wirn nana BOino iuForUcns to watch in St PJauea or Sk Gait made goods will be need to darnntontamer silks uiBBliflfl crettaiiB BEPOBE BABY IS BOBN t A Valuable Little Book of Interest to All Women Sent Free Every woman looks fonvfnl with feel ings of indescribable joy to the one mo mentous event of herlifeccmpared with which all others tmlo into insignifi cance How proud and happy the will be when her precious babe nestles on her breast now sweet the name of Mother And yet her happy antIc patton of this event is clouded with misgivings of the pniii and danger of the ordealso that it is inVossibieto avoid the feeling of constant dread which creeps over her The danger and differing attendant upon being a mother can bo entirely prevented so strangerneedtear and trembling as iit so often the case Every who rends this paper can obtain absolutely free a vat j ftablennd attractive little book cut sendingiternarneUegulator Co Atlanta Ga Tins book contains priceless information to all tfbmen and no one should fail to send L S pafl1i ustt The sympadictic tenderness of a g husband is everything to an cx ent mother cepeclahhy dung her ordeal George Layton I3q a proarf neift druggist of Dayton Q gives the following case A cuaUMMr of mine wife has used fixirbettlcB of MdRcrts Pri before cos fikenott after eeefn tkt eVceto ot tie rem Jy that she had U gothn ch tMc kil agala aad there vcre but fioitka stket tftc ta cud the cou per Voitle theotaii aa tbeai Mothcra Friend is a scientifically compounded lickecct WhiCh affords cer tain relief in the venous ailments pfe e propiiClasticityvolved m the final ordeal Mothers riend is sold by dru- ists or excreesed on receipt of on 7Valnable Baby orumiilecj free on applkotsm OflADRBiO REtUUTCft Artenla Ca Jllllcf Wire The immediate ounce of Millets cow ingl to le a painter cf the nude which cold wore or less and kept his family from sUn toH wet a coventition which he oVerlsainT iu Paris But tha 8Qprcrt inthie cfMtd of his life vyhich tcatt him to Barticru aud during teIghactly privaticjaB cf thereat 26 Cttmofrcui his wife s peasant cf Nor imwiv like kiiutrjf The nocctlotO of tho wifes cheerful dcdeica en th o primiiet1oceet Mhlkt bad IgvisJietl all his skilLc the inedcling of IJagare form a41In tcinled the vholo to Le a striking staoy of t ho nude tnjdflrnly when ita pfofctM WM nluicst Uiiit ed be changed his mind and feioppcd short Foe oae tvcagas Le tocd before tlM gLtcd window of Doforgas diop he happcuedtcrpcc two young man icoidaf at urn of Lift own pastell a drawing of woman 1htltig trUch Le lad 1t44sold One youth sjfccd tho other vHo had paintoe tkbpicture His companion rcried A man iiainett Millet never paints au tLtg Let niLcd wore a The wcrdg were a shock Bis frieiwkt Iwd often cdjairc Lhis nndeflgures nrt imiscd 1ir sdll in flffili pcinting Bfit never tuitil tjut moitmt had IIP reaiiswd tthat ie atstieu ns an artist dcpewi M on this Ufcd of work He wee t hoffit tthat evening ands 5d to his wife If you consent Twill point no mire of thst L fo will bo harder tlyai over raid yon vl suffer bat I shall be free and able to clo what I have long dMacdot irz co zii rcpiictu rciy DLcyiaii1i A Spin oo an lee Vnctit The wic4 la strong and steady an4 the boat glides faster nd faster Sharp esclamatiotosofpI ur ieitify tbot the passengers are enjoyhiff it The speed increases Before lies a field sntoeth as plate glass sad level us a billiard table For two wilts it extends without a flaw At Ha further edge lies a trenton deus crark Oiled with ground cp ice aud henvtul hvek water Ihefall pow er of t ue wind strikes the white wings as tue HDoothcet iee isfteaehed and the f craft darts way at a tremendous pace Faster faster aha fiie till she is tray- chug tater than the cicd that drives her luc sir teems to bb fall of electric shirks a irochaw blurs the view jv cry hcurcr if throbtiiug wicji delight at the viU fite speed of it all helen one has had tlase to thInk the crack sew to le rtnbiuff at the bout A mo t cf iureate aitxicty a catching of bicathh a wiW puLping of Tioarts then a shriek of excited joy The good heal has flowa thegsp esa bnuter clears hit fence has Gang h behind her itvith never n rap cud is tearing away over another good bit as tiioagh sbo had no nead to touch asytbiBg more solid that the cold sweet a1rOatlag L The too JUuiIcr Vo jcn 1 In nu ctHcje whieli the latft Sir Da Manrier wrota sowe years ego for The Ma5pne of Artprapoe of iitt typiesi pruttywo ulot his drawipta oo curs the folldwl 3 quaint aatlclmrartcr istio pawnee Idahope the reader dnea not dieliko Irfr that is if beliuows her I am so foodrof her myaelf or rather fosd of what I want her to bo Site is my pieoe fle rvei tatce anti I hare cItes heard liqr OGnisi iwtod mid tl e praise of terba sooudfed 6eet ju iniud oorsantl gone fitralgiit to my heart for she baa Lfccoraa tome as a daughter Khi k rctfcet tall I ojiluiit ada trifle stiff but Euplish wetatn ire tell mid stiff tjst and the Is rather too serious but that a owlr twcaoje I fiAl it no difficult with a rncr stroke iu black luk to indicate the ewtfceatins little curved linen that po frdri the imseto the mouth lorjjers cansinj the ctoeebs to ciMko u Uwile CatitontlIg tIe In 1823 Canffjn wig HiaiostohlJtor atod by a flro wJuoIi swept over throeflftba of Mia city Thi nauseaJ usually built bytho Cbineso ave ofV vury fJiinsy oonsfrndfJon bojug light Btruc nrea having walls of thin plank oft m ohlyof matting and roots of straw The value of snob houses ia very trillia and tbougb ou title oocasJOn thousands of people vqro ruoctaral homolosa in lees than n montb from tbo time of the flrethoUIty vOs rebuilt with the samo sort oi houaea and wag quito ready for another oouflagru tion Tee MuoV Uke o Pun Ko sir said the Kansas editor your eervioes areno l ng r required May I venture te ask why Im dis charged Youre too blamed funny Thai style may do iutlie Mara s ad beartleiba east but when you refer tea deh tu a cyolcne na a terrible blow to tbu taut fly you ovotio it out bereDetruil News t TilE 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