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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i w k Vflc1j Imrvepug1duw iO94 I 4i i JN ew Seiesvoi V No 25 5 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUdKY JUNE 22 1898 1100 A YEAR i J GIIII I U sIs Ie lHIMtyrdalsIife AdMIk isa MY s erW4 I 1 L l r- Is J nNIIr Jit DtftE ORY7jj i i SRINGFIELD county sedt of Waitf ington Oouaty 3 miles southwest of Lex 4it ington 59 mites from Lxiufsvilla on Bards town nlbnf Loqlsville and Nazhvlllft rnltroad in a farming and agricultural dis tuitTwo banks telegraph and telephone line express office flour mills lumber yards Population 1100 population of cQnt115000 ii Rapreentattve In Congress Hon D H 3f f Repre Bt tlT6 In Kentucky Legislature IIIiUl SlleHaI t1iekUv la Htate Senate Hon o P McCaord SprUgfleld Ky GOUMTV DIRECTORY i ClfleuaroeUT I Circuit Ceart begins on the fourth Mon tf hy Jfeferswy May and October csttesesJu6rL W a Swft sey Commonwealth Attorney r P Op1lelJ Clerk 10 T W IaaIawIreoamlalioner i UAHTMLY COURT QMrtarly CburtIsheld on the third Won dayJaJaivsry April July sad October JLUy Judpi ti ti UNTYOSUTfy1 QentyTCe rt Hieetabn the fourth Kon 4lachasthB rllClge h W T Hoo4rar CasatyCterktTSiEayo Hourly Attorney I R Ith Jailerttt BPbwdl Sheriff r WRTkarman i tIByron foake I E4Mstiri 4 TalUellfllorecou tyunelOf T4 OBryan Assessor JR Ward deputy tt aispbell4luunty Treaanra- ss NIitcro bSIt t W O city Attorney r I + i JUr TIC OOUTcff l ilWs cBcorrtsaro beld ia JanuoryAprU rjv1Ta Otober a w CHUrtCR DIRECTORY jt rK BAPTIST 3HURCH a J R G OPhrator Services every ilsyat U tJ8Dd S m EsdnuIsv bsedaalthtat7l0pm MKTHODIST CHURCH tffr RV Atkinson Pastor Services on the Ftr4 and Third Sinda a In each unth- tLIand5pm i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ii EeiRE 6 ODr torfSetTlces ererr itmtdsiat1lamaxuRpm Pry r Meethta cTery Tkanday night CATHOLIC CHURCH t I Rtr rfMemiesy Pastor Serrlc every Bunfeyat S ftl 10 oclodk a ero1ce4iia etSRosemekours 1f FXTEIlfN ORDERS adca ono r8pringfleldlodgeNo aeec second Xouchy1n each mtn hIWellington It0 rhaptef No 27 meet t eTerj third Monday Sprlngfleld CouooU No 52 meets every t fourth Monday s fcnoBT orHoJtPF Meets every second aad f urth Monday in each month ors raBJJAlruMeeta every tr t Wednesday of each month 7ffldN TIME TABLE AhJTLI U Darire If Tnlis- 1 t ut i U IA v AX PX iai5 iso ugpriag r 30 vrio 12VaJIay J U41U86 IS onBooker fcH71ti 1L34 thoakes M SI i137Woodlawn1151 1127 Early Times22 a S5 i aloe 15Bardstown ah Mj I 50Nasareth5t7 IE 8 uelah 41 E21 II 35DeatevUte6 45 fjtII 18 toCane Spring653 05 i0iBobbu65114155e- IWI3Clearsiont701400t18 4iW t 3 Bardstown Janet 7 105 001 to Shepherdsrllle 7 O Slither 727 1113l i8with Park7 at It 4S7 8 Seatb Louisville 7 50 6 4ilO S LYvLoul vUIeArl8 05 0 10 rlxl KV IJLMIPM C s Personal 5niac 04paga medical reference book apT person afflicted with any apecltl cehrvnlu or delicate disease peculiar to their sex Address the leading pbyai dane and surgeons of the United States lirUaikafray A Co0 Dearborn street tIitca n tcr 1 gWVmK AVII IM ONE DAY Take Laxative BromoQulnln TableU M1J nta refund the money if It HriydonkJoif Minute Cough Cure Is the heel sereperatioa that I have ever sold str Ikt T cant say too much In Ita IIjitIe 11 Kenrnn Mwtbant G Wattrsit Browne I b J J r IIrf fr NIWS LEII011 I Ri 11Jt i Vr A MOTHERS OFFERING w v ij Go at thy countrys call = = Whatever gentle bonds may hold thee here = Whatever tender claims may seem more dear Thy duty first of all = Go And God uard thy way = Through all the hidden dangers 6f the night Through pnand perirto the dawning light Of peaceful day = J Hjo Thy young heart is brave w = Battle f6r right with all thy strengthand wilL Shouldst thon not tritlinphtb9u at least canst fill t- w A soldiers grave = t Go If the cause be won = t brig reco eBlOffS t t Th1iinPH inmfore bu o tw G1 wR i tt JtGo I can say adieu = As gladly as a greeting home to thee And look my last through smiles if thou wilt be Firm brave and true II l Go my one child my joy iUnto hisi country for whatever fate By these last tears 0 Heaven I consecrate J My only boy i-tt w o Madeline S Bridges in LesliesWeekly IT w 4 U I4333333ii153Odds and Ends of Gossip aaaa a 10N BIIIt1IICloverportKv alsWaShingtoD joined the regular army some time ago is probably now in the thickest of the fight in Cuba Rev 0 M Stallings his brother of this place received a letter rom him at New Orleans some time ago in which he stated that- eexpectedtogotoCtba with thsinvading army sent to San Young Stallings belongs to a Nebraska regiment and roops of the regular yare the first to be ordered CC outIh Springs is a 1TatMTathanA this week and iI parts of the state are represented in the crpwd which has Ofl1Iifl there all JVregk The cxjcaslon is tHe annualonoetr ing sdf the Kentucky Pharma- euticat Association and about hundred and fifty piUrollers tlLtheirwivesandfr2ndsare attending too little business and enjoying the water and beauties of Tatham The season at To1 tham by the way promises to the most prosperous one for several years with the company and the business done at the hotel up to the present time ex ceeds that for the corresponding period lasSyear 4Iletter re IASOLDJERsLIFEA by is parents heretellsisomethbigp- of a soldiers life at Camp Chick amauga where the Kentucky volunteers are encanjped await ing Borders to go to the front Ed says its hard work and very little fun in the soldiers life He says that he and all of the other boys who left homewith any surplus flesh have lost it by this tune Part of this reduc ion has been caused by hard work at drills and in other ways and part of iit is due to short rations He says that the food supply has at times been bad that the regiment is poorly equipped and that thomen have not received a cent of motley since they fenlisted They dQ not know of course where or when they will go to war But everybody Seems anxious to see some of the actuaVexperiences of warfare Ed says all of the Washington county boys are well and fairly well contented with their lot He hap not seen any of the boys from the other Kentucky regiments as they are camped several miles apart and they are kept too busy to allow- of much visitingI4 iN o IIHolmboeJthe town folks had based their hopes of salvation and water works has thrown up the sponge and has discovered that he cannot put in the water works plant 1for Springfield under the exist ing state of the case and has surrendered his contract I will be remembered that Mr Holmboe some time ago purchased the franchise or privilege of putting in a water works sys tem for the town Bud entered Iinto a contract with the town Authorities in which the corpor r Iwatersurn of Si150 per annumfor the term of twenty years Mr fit f J Holmboe now writes that he has vdlegal right to pledge that n IiamIIiI uently iillegal Whether Mr E olinboe is correct or not in his conclusions the effect is the same and ourchancep for getting water works from that source Ih ave gone aglimmering Thee tOlJlo ers of the enterprise are naturally somewhat discouraged at this latestt setback but they have not given up all hope of hatlYI fnilpIosjtion is open and the first jgbodi man to 4evisea plan that will give us water worksat a reason ahlefexpanse to the town will Pqfactor Is Ball management keeps 1Inothersone canco To M successful one must llook abend anti plan ahead so that when g a favorable opportunity presents itself bflittle forethought willal1o save much peilse and valuable time A prnlcnth jji ofrjJ fellow will jralt until necessity compel goingiortofJ sy beside one pays out 25 cents the the otherla oqt a hundred dollars and then wondrns why his neighbor It getting richer while he Is seltlnic poorerloort sale by Haydont RooorUon f f Remarkable Old Man Mr P S Purd7 of Slmm Washington county is in many irespects a remarkable man Be- ls71 years of age and does not know tbe taste of whisky He never took but one chew of to tbacco and never smoked but one cigar in his ICe The first and only chew he ever took and the iIfirst and only cigar he ever Imoked made him sick This experience was had in early boy- hood1 days and tbe effect was so nauseating that be made A firm resolution never to touch tobacco again in any form which resolu t Ion he has faithfully carried hut His total abstinence from r Ilquor during his long and usefpl Ilife bis its primary cause in a promise given his mother long long ago that he would never touch it The promise was a sacred one and he has kept it in violate Uncle Pres as he Iifr familiarly known is vigorous in mind and body notwithstanding his extreme sage He Is a pros perous farmer and a typical Ken l IIta klan whose hospitality like tbe big heart that inspires it may be equalled but never sur pas ed + Lobunon Enterprise Your Tnra tint Everybody has a cold sometime your tarn will come Keep bottle of Dr 1lIs Pine Tar Honey at hand and tx hmtremedy will cure a cold bEfoN It gumfalrly started or after It bos eetttad but the sooner you take it the soonei r you got well 25c at your druggists Eilneat Your ItowaU With C CAn o foreverOc2tc18 NEVSLEADERI a year Stop drugging yourself with quack nostrums or cures Got swellknown pharmaceutical remedy that will do the work Catarrh and cold in tbe head will not cause Buffering If Elya Cream Balm Is used Druggist will supply tOo trial size or50c full nlze We mall It ELY nROS66WarrenSt NY City Rev John Reid Jr of Great Falls Mont recommend Elys Cream Baui to me I jan pmyhaalzohls statement Ia a positive cure for chtrrrh if used as I directed Rev Francis W Pastor Central Pre Church Poolef enA t Mont WITH OUR 1 y FARMERS aaa lJ uesztdcke4 orPaDia rJfor aale or exchange inserted in this cot 1 nmn ran or cniaoE ParTners are requested to send In tock or crop item for publication 4For4 with fine heifer calf for sale at a barwgain Louis ROGERS IJtt I f average of ei970 per hundred for five hogsheads of old tobacco sold at Gin clzflnrti Thursday There was a strong demand for fancy old leaf t t t Capt Swigert and Llent Cole of the regular cavalry have been appolnled bi by the war department as a board for the purchase of cavalry horses for the government with headquarters at LexingtonIII fjThefj Ing twenty five bhshela of corn to the acre or fifty bushels is so slight that need not be considered but the dlBin the value of the profit from growing it can be determined without J eryclose figuring XThe same thing holds good with every farm operation 10 in growing aU sorts of crops in ralsfi Ing cotamon or wellbred stoat Ex t 4IndicationsI of 1898 wlU be the greatest in the his tory of the country Froze figures tba are being collected and compiled by some of the big Chicago flrmd based on the reports of experts in very section of tbe country the onll coming wheat crops is estimated to 660000000 bushels All the 11theJ I Already loud complaint rom rdnera and 1armr of tIlt ppesJt Englfaliaparj1h ey afattacking ripening tomato 8poaa and other vegetables all along he line white wheat fields close around towntlimits have qnlt aising wheat on ac count of their ravages It la only a uestion of time until these pests are spread all over the country tothe de truction of crops as well as to other irds Sooner or later they will be erious nuisance to both farmer and gardnerr f ugbforfjhavewithoutvreceiving much relief and btilhjr minended to try a bottle of teelI Cough Remedy hya fUnd who o knowing mo to bo a poor widow gave ile I tried It and with the most grail fying results The firstt bottle relieved me very much and the second bottle ies absolutely cured me J have not had as good health for twohlv I give his certificate without sdi lcltntlQn simply In appreciation of the ratltndo atrectedUespoctfullyMra For sale by H v ont Robertson LEBANON FAIRbBelow Is the speed progrm of the Marion County Fair and Trotting Association to be held at Lebanon Ky August 16 17 18 and 19 1898 FIRST DAY TUESDAY Aua 16 a Threeminute Trot 9 200 Freeforall Trot or Pace 300 t 240 Pace 8KCOND DAY WBD Ave 17o 223Trot63002S t STHIRD225Pace vUiiaJ6 I 2 7 Trot 2 246 Trot tJ1AP0O FOURTH DAY FBIDAV Aya19 217 Pace 200 t 2l9Trot boo tj Show rings will occur each morning Floral Hall display first mornlnlti iQ D BOLD RIcE SAH T SLnnw Presidentof Secretary IeMa81jjed J Few people appreciate the marvelous powers of the Qrapbophose as anll entertainer It is an Instrument which though it costa pinch less tbanE the least expensive musical Instrument will enable its owner to have at pleasure musio of any kind from that of a bagpipe to that of a grand military band It reproduces vocal selec Lions and gives one command 3f every pleasure that appeals to the sense of j hearing No investment pays such largo returns la pleasure Besides reproducing the musical and other records made for entertainment pur bOBesthe Oraphophono will record Immediately and reproduce at once and M often as is desired your own words or song or any found By writing to Columbia Phonograph Co 919 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D 0 youcanbbtaina catalogue thatI will give full Information to prices of Qrapbophone outfits tf IIILLSOORO From Our Special poniipondeot Wehavba Hoe rain and vOur farmers are all done setting out tobacco Berry Crouch was the pleasant guest of John Leachmau Sat urday and Sunday Died on the 12th insf the In ant child of James Sutton Misses Maud and Eva Inraan were viaitlnff Miss Lizzie White Sunda Milham Dudgeon and wife are Visiting their daughter Mrs Sue WHams Miss Minnie Dudgeon and Inter were in Springfield Friday Chopping lychard Cutsinger aged about 40 CuuilngerIII1OOUL eek Accidentally shot and killed tmsellf Bertha Leacbtnan visited pisses Bessie and Mabel l Thorn p son Saturday and Sunday 01746 Williams is very sick fiithlover Mrs tfannie Davis who has ee n sicki for sonic time wo are RJllq to qay is4 some bettOr t JudgeLitsey lost a fine horse s W Bfk with lockjaw caused Ol rubbing a nail in iti foot Mrs Emma Wilson visited ftrs MbllieAvritt last week ewaye of Ointments for Catarrh rrThatContatu Mercury mercury lJJ surely destrpi the sense swell and completely derange the tfhnlp system when entering it through o mucous surfaces Such articles witld nor lll used except oh Pre rtPtlCn fromropntable phyiilclans as damage they will do If ton fold to fromIy CbenoyC Q contains no mercury and Is taken In ternf yBCIng nlrectly upon the blood ajid mucous surfaces 6f the system In buying BallH Catarrh Cnro e8uro you get tho genuine Jt is taken Internally id in IdeJn Toledo 0 by F JCheney Testimonials free by druggisti 75c fCo Family Pius are the be- at1OREsWEIE 7 mOnt ilefftibir ClMresPondcntJ Burn since o ItheThe rain of last Friday ade1 eooso1uently toIhaccoof m aiy years + Tbjjs1if a busy week Iprttbe armerg as wheat and bayPbt- est hoeing tobacco and plow ing will engage all the industri US boys and men J R Moore has lost three cows from cow bloat within the last three weeks John Grlbbins has refused 50 for a young cow with nor first calf Mr Redman Shirley and three children left last Veek forIlli nois to spend the summer with ar mother P J Cola is visiting relatives near Frankfort- If signs dont fait look out for wedding ere llong We think the Nelson county boys will cap ire the Washington county gLrlst Rumor says that Frank ur out young man who is in he army is ill with pneumonia t Uhlckamauga1Several of our colored citt ensr tpoi in the excursion to Lau v lle 11Missbeen sick we are glad to report convalescent Gabe Knightly boa oldto H D Stiles 1000 bushels of wheat at 75o per bushel to be deliver at Booker Station the latter part of July Miss Annie Goatley is very low with consumption and is not exnected to live but a few days 3 M Hale will have built about August 1 a nice cottage T1 Moore Is the contractor We are pleased to report that our friend W F Grigsby will leash the public school at Her dc stys school house the coming session nNWiGK From Our Regular Correspondent Old necrologers say our bar vest moon is a wet one aDO means much lossin the harves log of the abundant crop Evi deatly the old propLets bad no a IIfj cq jn Big Bargains in Clothing Our Summer Goods must t go wewant- tornake room for our falll and wintef gOOdS v r f- We are selling our Lawns Oganclis and Percales at cost iit tY Fine Lawns 4C worth 50 w t 4 Organdies 130 warth20C tjjjf Organdies ioc woijth x5fi 6 r tYt French Organdies 130 worth 2bcWi 1 PercalesI 6c worth 8c rfe I Ctis t ffcPercalesI worth 1 l t 7ci 100 vrVVt i fln French Percale ioc worth sc v i jt t t All these goods are the lateststyles r i I Window Curtains 450 worth 750 Window Curtains 8sc worth i25 ortlWindow Shades 300 worth Soc t t IBst Table Oil Cloth ia I2C woithpoc f A fine line of TableLinenfNapkiii TEo elsrttf tthe Lowest Prices Also Laces Embroidery Ri bons will be sold at Cost Prices M BARGAINS IN STRAW HAmSt 11 iis X p r Straw Hats 30c worth 50et f r t p j Straw Hats 5gc worth 75c linen Hats 25c worth 45c I l Linen Hats 40c worth 65c r A Also the same bargains in Men sand Youths Safsii l y Big Bargains in Mens Underwear I J I6rit fatil to read our shoei8aertiseD ent the best bargain llit have ever been quoted J 11t t Mens Shoes 95c worth 140 Mens Shoes 100 worth 150 Mens Shoes 200 worth 300 Mene Shoes 295 worth 4 00 tp S25 we a are to you J r 1 t d reamed of Deering Wood and other when their was mada The recent copious rains were the saving of many tobacco fields had been abandoned and corn planted which are now The usual full attendance was at morning services at Catholic church Sunday and in the after noon just before of bajand were performed by Rev Ford for Mrs Fay Miller Thei twin babies were christened Thomas Rendoc and Jerusla Jane Quite a number of friends were Prof W H Ewck of Seav le were the guests of Wm Adams Friday and Sat r day Prof Bwick is known in the north and of the county as one of the most sUc- cessful educators as we as a Christian been taking ic the tion Mr and Mrs Alex off are guests of Mrs Diana Smith Miss Zilpa Rose and sister of the Misses Lawrence were pleasaut vitA to S n our village last week The recAnt leason for putting lob plants caused a real Klondike ush on the plant garden at this I 0 r Ladies Fine Oxfords nQo Oxfords at ShOO worth 25 Oxfords at J25I worth Il75v 1 Oxfords at 165 worth 225 1 With every trade give away beautiful picture worth 300 We always ready serve w SMITH Gil SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY HAGAN BLOCK McCormick benefactors horoscope jitblch resetF vesjJersthej Interesting ceremonies christening Sutherland presentCaDdylfec Jworably gentlomanandbas teacbersexamlna Thompson Fredericktownt MayesCbapetaod 65cwrth11 t place and sales of from lour to six thousandot tl e Variouskinds are reported Mrs Fanny Sauce and family were visitors at Springgeld on Sunday Robert Mclntire and family of Mclntlrp vreiqtbe guests of Mr and Mrs E D Wheatley Sunday Thf re were several applicants for teachers ctfun ty certificated from this place and some uncertainty is teltlUtto sejcuring first grades as thequestions were re garded very difficult Ye correspondent business agent hopes to b remembered when thelambs are sold or the hogs delivered Let ve patient editor be made glad and secure lor yourself atd family another ndlcountyndl MaQtred 27 years with Kidney Diseasej i MnOyr StlUsnn niercbanl of Tam pIrg Ul writes AUJtua tOtR9IFuloya Kidney l tire Is mwHlnff with wonderful kuccoa It has cured some hero that physicIans pronounced incurable t tnvbcif sin able to testify tofra merltH1 My fnee today is picture oJ FoleraKldifey Cure lisa made ltsticb I bad suffered twenty aeyei oar yih the disease and today fed ten years yonturer than I did one year ago Irani nliturh wine wonderful cotlflcats oLta Qitjdleal qualities Haydon Rob orts l To Cure Constipation toleTer Take curew Con Jy Catlmrtlc JOooraSa jr c C gut to cure cirugghats rvf uudflioaaf sSSi f NEWSLEADERI10Qeat Mr P Ketchaai of Pike City tUU says Dnalnc ray brothers latealcknew front sciatic rhaumatUui CbaHiberWnft Pain Balm Was the only renieOy thiitf gave him any relief M iqiht have testified to tbeplnmpt ThIef trots patti whlrh this Unirnant nfforuW Fur sale by Haydon itRobertsoD j IJIII Y T Scotts 1 Emulsionthrough the wlmtr Itso wsi Jare sure it qukKd your cu14 v healed the rawness in youn throat lipreased your wcichtc 1 live you more color awl made you feel better ia every way t But perhaps your cowffc hat come back lllil or yw Ire get pateFV t J Why the same helpful remedy rIght through the summer It Will do you as much load 4M wfcta thetweather is coIdFIts persistent usewill certainly live ycHi a better appetite aids GtcCmoIIIt your weak throat and bUt your inflamed tunic Jr will curt every tate of consumption when I cure Is poithk Dont be cersttftMd to tit0 somctldlJl they II tIIc as toed r D t YC IAll BcJWHt aw1f 11 fV I wr 1 I p THE NEWS1CEADER TIE NEWSLEADER iI ftCLDAVISONJR THURSDAY JUNE 22 1898 rrJp some of thQ critics who are eommenting off the apparent n tgaloIn prosecuting itt against Spain would consider what 1ias been aoniifeahed i would be seen beLI Ictw after n Xt isoii1y two months since war was declared antI a great matty important events have transpired First came the capture of valuable prizes from Spain then Deweys great victory at Manila thet blockade of Havana bombard ment of San Juan pursuit of he j Spffoisn AtiAntiO flee1 trover the Western Atlantic and Caribbean 5eaandtlnally shutting it up in Santiago harbor an understand iufifcetween the insurgents and Admiral Dewey in the Philip pines whereby they act lin hart loopy but under command of Jhe American a similar understand ingVbetweeii Admiral Sampson and the Cubans and the trans portation of troops to the Phil Ipp1ne1nd to Cuba Nearly all theOOtOOO volunteers under the two calls are armed and i equipped and ready for active iaty rTdbesure the end f tber war appears yta long way off but nations are not cbiicinered in dy4 L rrt j TJEfg Court of AppealS has i SSojed that the Third Appellate district tact by which the dist trict was gerrymandered by throwing out Whitley county is- 1InconstituUondlandconsequent ly YokU The decision will cut quittr figure In the coming race ii forejudge of the Court ot Ap i peals The gerrymander made thS district almQst certaInly p deatrMglffiiIey With thatcounty in however the situation is very muQh changed The district- tfjatWBradley a majority of about ISQ andat the las presidential election went over 1600 for MeII Kinley At the county elections lasyear however the district figured up a Democratio major ity The result of the next elecn tionJs considered a matter of uncertainty to say the least so z Bepub3Flican nomination 4 desirable chance and that of the Demor f crats not such a sure thing as itI looadhogerrymanderhlc if f 7JI THE latest wsfrom thoseatN 1of war is that the transports carryIng the army under Gen r xPysrrAdmiral Sampson immediately etit a latrachy for Gent Shatter aidhis taffand received them 17 0n his flagsiiipr the New York where a conference as to the landing andY campaign ag ins Santiago followed participated fa by Admiral Sampson and atauv Gen Shafter and staff aridI Gen Garcia and staff Nora formation rastp the result of this eouferencehas been received buttlj ponpflsjwhingtpn tflat sevral days illbo required io laud the troops and supplies The arrival of troops 9receivcdwlthi great entbus asm on Admiral SamIsonsflee1t offSanMtiago the men on the transports displayedI eagerness to invadej the enemys country I THE chancesara that the Firstt r Kentucky regiments in camp at Chickamanga will be ordered to fuba within the next few dayr iJlS Jrglnff takingSButitiBfryingthat SUCceEfeczema ebcMJ eruptions ecyou will begin tryingIsIWL Do tors Cant Cure IllCo- ntugotub1oodpofs001 Iabsolotelr beyond the kill of tHe doctors They may don v patfent for yeaM on their mercurial and potash remedies but he Will never beId of the disease on the tter hand me condition tII grOw IfUdiJy woo e S S S ill the only ure tor thin terrible affliction because it IsI Ib pniy remedy which goes direct to tb auseof the disease and forces it from the iystem Ywi f fflioted with Blood Poison nnrl the i doctor did ce no good tbouah l toot theft treatmrni raltifully tBJUetIieeinel toget trorso all the vtile I took almost trtrr focalled ttoolremedy they did not teem u teeth the cU- tIe and tad ao effeet irtttfrrr wee dlIf besrtpcrdforit teeme- 1thati wonM ibe a Ifriend8 58 and began tola nrove I continued tb tacdlc1r andtt cured me completely coiti pttlwthougbthtewItenYeIrIaOIaJ jjj itadft gadthocUtas toritnrn IVR5 f SUontonv- aIt t fa like selfdestruction continue ito toke potash and mercury besides t tbedigestjontbeJdry ducing a stiffness and swelling of the Joints causing the hair to fall outand completely wreckina the system SSSTop Blood Isj gaarantefid Purely Vegetable and Is tbe only blood remedy free from these dangerous minerals blSwUtSpecl WiR UbIJT1NSti 75Manilathe rebels on Friday and a t the j mercy of thd AmericanV fleet T theriyed but tha Baltimore had Jgonoito meet them Gov Bradley has been advised by the War Department that or ders for the inobilizationoftbe- FourthfX ntucky regiment will be forthcoming in a day or two over 0000 Springfield rifles were distributed atChickamauga Monday and among the regi ments supplied were the Second i and Third Kentuqky Orders have been issued for the equip sylent ot1io First Xentuckyrwith fortytwo wagons arid 169 mules f Maj Gen Miles hits issuedI onfOCttheIconcentration ineffseqiiantiLiesOf supplies are ialso gciing to these pointstIt is expected that a third call for volunteers jpill be made as soon as the men aremustredjn Under the second calL A long season of training is deemed adI visable ivaj Gen Merritt is to have a total of 23000 men in the Philippines and 8X00 more men will be sent to reenforce Maj Gen Shafter at Santiago while iit is believed the Porto Rico army win also be larger than liieretofore contemplatea Itsrb eli vecPththirdall will be for 100000 i 7 1 A repprtbas reached gbrt Antonio Jamaica from Santiago that the army of Gen Shafter arrived a off Santiago Monday 7 but that no attempt has been made tojand Gen Shafter and Admiral Sampson held a confer enqelin which the advantages of various landing places were considered and decided upon an other scouting expedition before finally deciding upon plans The forces under Gen Lee and the men now at Mobile have received orders to prepare for movement to Cuba It ISox pected that immediacy after the fall of Santiago a large part of the army there wil move on to Porto Rco The transports how there will be held in the vicinity to take the men on tPorto Rico The plans of theI waTdepartmentnoVcontemplateJ such a movement of troops to Cuba as will provide aweU1 seasoned army of atleast 30000 mop for the invasion of Porto vRlco leaving enough force with the aifl of the insurgents to hold Santiago province It is believed itGhickamaui a that ten or fift eVregiments will be Qrdered S01Tifiwithin the next few days Theequipmentof the1 First Kentucky ahead of someI of the regiments aheadofriijt InI the camp indicates that llvmay be among the first to move Lnto to bed and earlr to J pjpAfca B man for his home in the jkloH Earfy to boa and a Little K rly Bluer Is the pill tltkt makeS lire longer anil WIKr VvaIer Browne Tatulere Buckeye P1iu Ointment roe lleves the Jntorso itching It soothes and heals it cures chronic caSes vhoro ICqrg una Jail ItJalschmtUlccertAhi ty ItB sales fncrcuso through Its fiurci It is no experiment Every bortlo guar nntooil 60A Tubes 75c IJaydon in Robertson lie y9irIiver lirOd does It fall tt dq 18 dntvT IhiJ dont ncglixt Jts call for help A few dose of Herblne may you a ipefl orRickness IlurbhiO in the only erftiLllver medlulhe It cures yearchillsanttertsonl bioilleroIc Atjiievement Add eight mute nnmes tu the roll ofhertie8tbatthis vrarbus inide They are LicuteDantRichmond P llobson wml tire seven volunteers who sank thy Merrirai in IQ her bor of Santiago on the morning of June 3d Ejiic poemS have been written about dlediiless daring than thee Both the plan and ex cution of it were worthy ot men of heroic type The conditions were ertaindeentprprise Doetructron thVeateried the Mer rimuc and its jjnllunt little crew as it steamed into the Santingo channel ifroIIi ihrcedistinct qUltrtors Firstsee was the peril ot the mines sown thICkuuder the waters and ready to Jbb tabojinstants warning second the peril of the explosives carried by the Morrimncio be used for the dell true on of tne vessel by its own crew and third dgreatottorall the peril from the forts ships and bat I teridobf f theenemy lining tho shores lat the harbor entrance and certain stoos YehiptanCe ll scorned hardly possible that- tbomen San of the Merriroac cauld do the del iney had planned and eur Vive Hut they did it hud live to tell the tAlo They diired the con c whealeildWu vessel they passed under tho witnoriug tire of the enemy and nota life was histU The work they started out to do was done and Admiral Oervera was safelyl penned within the Hai bur of Santiago Ir is not burpming that the Spanish idinirnl old pnldter that he iii shiud hIve given qUI recognition j to inch a gallant lent offarms LyI sending down his on chiefofstaff tto assure Ailiniral SnmpHon thatt Liuutennt Ilubsnn and his arsoci iites vserf safe though prisoners jind that they would be treated with ill the cousideratum due to brave uitiii It was a chivalrous act of Admii 51alQerveriit piheLeslies Weekly Whrn You Take Your Vft IOn tbornont necessary article to Layewitib you after yohr pocketbook is a W ttlo o Foluys Culle ure U Ian abtnluto anpreyOntlonof wthewater You are likely to need it ilay donttgltobeitaonS NEWSLEADER 1 00 a yeara One MinHto ix nut long yet relief in obtained In half that thus by tlio use off Qua tMiiiUto Cough Cure It prevent cnnHUiiiptlun and quickly cures colds croup bronchitis pneumonia lajrlppo Rod alTtlirolitand trouble SoWdtersITlinhumnn maclilno starts but onc 0of oncn You coo keep it geltig lungeuit And motreii1rv b y ulllnJC iioWltts Iltt1oirIy Risorsih fitmonn little pIllR for constipation And i stomsch and liver troubles Waters A a Browne B OBE BAF IB BORN A Valuable Little Book of Interest All Women Sent Free Ito looks forwrzdwlth feul ings indescribable Joy to the one mot mentous event of her fjfccomnnrcd with which all others pa1e Into InsSltf1lfl etbeher brenst how sweet the nameD 1Motherl And yet her happJantJcl potion of this event is clouded wILl danRflroJhor avoid the feeling of constant drear which creeps over her The dan and suffering attendant upon being Tthatneed not be looked forward strangeI fcbr and trembling 01 iIs often Un cue Every woman who tad thi pope1 obtain absolutely rn a ooble And attractive little bouk cot lied Before Baby Is Born by sendin her name and address to tho nut Regulator Co Atlanta GaHThis boo contains priceless information to al women and bo one should taU to sent OrL Tho Cuban question and political ISIIP881nk JUunImostIItIveFor Lung SorcnrsM deepMoted coughs throat dUnrdern and all nronchlal troulOit DrIitOlB tine Tar Honoyinaneinrnduus remedy Tito first diwn Rives roller I will euro a hacklnfl grip cough or a old In ono night All druggists soil It at 25oona gunranteo dJoomlnltI itIaiinifiugeontiirtiurtson nlAFolpylsKilney urn lJs a pnrfoctlv ro liable prepnrntion for kidney and blat- dOrdiweasouFhopm prlotoro fthIS trutinelIfloguars utce it or money refunded J they not deserve while Ilmfbt fluyclon it llubertson Mr John Bovine editor of the Press Anthon Iowa says I have used Cham Dorlalns Chjllc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lu my family for fifteen years have recommen Jed it to hundrtdsof others ano have never Jtnown it to fall a single luQtance For silo by Hay don Robertson e PJonesi Mlleatiurg Pa WritfI- baveuscdDeWlLt Uttlo Early Bled ra over since they were iritroiluced Ianis of housekeepIng that gave such atiietory re ulta ati a llaxatlyrt or cathartic Watera A Browne Ha Wa There Smltbklue1 thought foWere gplhg to see tho old year out at Ulubberlyfl a last night 1 was there at 19 but diduav fanything of you Jagby Yon didnt go ifar enough old man You should have looked under the le f coGoodAside from the chants and carol of religious character there was nothing that artl t rude forefathers than songs in praiao of wine and the vine They know little of Bacchus perhaps but of the of s totrougTho word temperance In jts modem sig nlficatlon did not exist and as they od aboUt the festal board at New ars forgiving their eneiniea and epring renewed allegiance to their friends they lifted the foaming beakezfl ledWuBaiU wamall ovrr the town OUr toast tt u white our ate it Is brown Our bowl it it made ul a maplm tree be g ipd fellows allI drink ti the ller Idea of notnor How deligbtfal they arc those penpltl o dont understand a joke to whom the point in an anecdote is a dolnslou mndafinarel Miss P is a clever woman ndan ex oei lent teacher Dot the solid sciences axe more in her particular line than nrUcIeicaEome years ego one of tho childrens magazine printed an amusing littlo jingle aboat a young lady at an archery partiwbo became so alarmed at Jtha promUonon flight of the arrows that in order to tx perfectly sofo from harm sfie seated herself directly in front of tho target readingAloodazino to sown of her younger pnpilA Shu read this jingla and coughed over il till tears came Well well welll said dear Mist IfcnbVjrhundreds r foolish cnongb to bring their Mqols ands down in that very spot PhiladellJ utaPross u Ua line a XleMon Be really doesnt want to be nroos Thnta what ho Do you believe ItasaysfWeltyeJ I know him pretty we d I know its a matter of conscloui it 1ilinS i Idont believe I quite follow you it Why ho would t like o feel U was even Indirectly responsible for en the lies that are sure to bo told about famous man utter his ethQbcngQPost rortan t AecldentW worldpatestrcsnltof soma ncoidontal union of for tho naturo of whlob the per n who started them neither tinder etorxl not suspected Tbb working dynamos at long distanoes qparv when properly connected was dis covered by accident A sciontiflo oponinscareless workman picked up tbo Yhlohhofoundfastened thorn intho terminals ofG theybo16ngodtaohod to another dynamo tLat was funning in another part of tbot grounds The dynamo to which h runningbutin its terminals It revolved as if atI 4oemworkmnnwas amAzed The onglnocni bythomachine turned by steam power would turn another similar znaabino proIlYtOOIJnr rt btis originated ono of the ubaf IocrtrloitySu I Tbo foot that powor can tioljlrans milted for miles by oiootrfapirte- ofono the most important footers inUt mo lorn civil engineering aobiove ments Hot Water Tor InnccM It is given out as a now discovery that steam allowed to fall to A temper ntnro of 120 degrees will destroy in octK This is only repeating what wits indo public bv tbo editor of Mcohaus olouthly 40 years ago that water heat d to 120 degrees was destructive ofu- Meet life without being injurious to vegetation The application however has been found rather troublesome cept wherq only a few plants ore to be dipped in tErn water People pnfer in wecticides that may be applied by pow den or b1SJ1f1oYwg I Maple Strop Prom Vera Cobs Clean cobs nip boiled in water until soft Then the jnico is strained off and ank brown sugar added This is boiled mapleltis also discovered in Iowa that rop can bo produced from watermel LLat season n melon grower iu that aurplUlImelonsJowEd to rot on the vines The melonl Ifirnp has an exquisite flavor has good body and beautiful color yWithout A thinung U 1rr J er of it from the head surgeon 16 the driver of the ambulance Ibas the Square of white and the cross of crimson di plaved on one armOolIiezs Weekly 1B El Parker Sharon Wilt writes 1 hake tried DeWltts Witch hz-Sulvofqr1tclin IV8IJHtopstliemtn j connhlor WWII Witch h1utwlayct tluq greate8t pile cure on the market Waters A Browne Kevvr Go Ji way Front Hume without bottle ofDi Bells Pine Tar Honey Change of climate chunpe oi npitrttnents or exposure may ortng on c M nvblch nothing hut title famous lenedy will euro Druggists sell It Balfards Ilojehound Syrup is not aI mixture of stomach destroying drugs but Is a tclentlilcnily prepared remedy al11tbrna181qulckprumptllaydon Hniwrtstin THE WODDRSOF SCIEHCE Lung Troubles and Cpnsump tionCanBe Cured An nd8c16uUstrra Bad rI ThttdrfluiguBhbd Vew YjJrit chraalst T d locurndeuibnsnatfcghf dlscdveryof rt tta enndabsolut consnmptlObronchial throat Jung and chest dUcases stubborn coughs cntorrhal affections pen trat decline and weakness loss of flesh and nditions of wasting away will send dlfrerentIot new dtscovc13c to any anllcted read tbe zwaLziDzawntIngforthcm4 His mew Bdentinc Treatment ha Icured thousands pcrmanentlyby its timely use and he considers it a simple pwfc s nal duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science dallydevelopes new wdnderss tad ntingtOIto humanity as can be claimed by any mod ern genIus His assertion that lung troub e and consumption are curable lb any clunate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed In his American and Euro- penu labratorloaln thousands from those uredua all parts of the world broncLcataudlung blat e ptlon which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Blmplr write to T Blocum M G Pine atreet Now York giving post 0 and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Sufferers should take luitant udranUice of this generous pryposlslori Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the NK WSLKADCR Penny Wise and Ionnil OOIlHb ore tbpT who have not FOHV 8COUC- Cnro in the family Ilavdon itJRobert ison HGENTS MKNTBD FOR THE LIFE OF Wi Ei Gladstone rBV JOHN CLARK RIDPjkTH LL The moat celebrated orator and state manor modern times Eta lbrilliant genius g na renutrkahte cbaractt hi grtud chieyernenta an lyadur and Prime Min JlTputpoUUcl ecdutesenag rapes Only fa splendid canvassing outfit with valuable 1lOttrooguaranteedItAgentsuefluid Order outnt today ExperieCice not lIeceflltyu evnrrbodv wnntnlt Wcctlon DoptaljfJeJUNJNld VTtUler HaWts st home with1If DbkofPCI Pout FREEU AUAaI OSTOffloo lOi NfTjor Bt OFFICIAL WARBOQKrby Congressman James Rankln Younz AU iaboutVVar with 8p the Nary all ae Portrsltabiographies und ent MalllvttvolJnme Manrolon v cheap blest author ship Only authentic oaicial booki Ex perience not hecouary Anybody can veil WeJunAmericadeluUtmtotaloDeout Get ngejfpy now end be tint to fieldi Large Will Map In colors true iiHlttt book or outflt Other valuable lam T raftndou sellrr Bl gust ISt maker ever known MOd liberal term guaranteed Aguntii making 9700 to t23 00 tper day Twentv dll credit glyenFrc1jlbt tllild rnll book sent prupald to Nut 145 Hplrndld sample outfit and full in tractions fPfllur nine kent rtampsto pay pos paperMONROE ILLt CntcAao Ballnrdn Snnw Liniment will cure Lame Back8ore Throat WouniuHpralns Brulsea Cuts Old Sorts ladles It will cure your backache Haydon it Rob crtvon 5NCURSI rackingrasping In the Toilsg1 Ilun and leads to dire It is In web cases that I DRIBELLSPineTar HoneyS efficacyTheeradicated the irritation is ol IstrengthenedI the system as snow disappears before the sunshine of spring Er Brits FlneTirHoner an kUlbl rem dT lor bronchial tmubkssiisbI or Mrerk All drnssUts aeIittatatctOeendVCOabeWurUwili miLL Dettetsad wcost Ii Keep PPbsted I ON THEIf WAR 1 lie1ByVa special air ngeinent s andTor1ashpfttimeorily we will ffer thTiNeck 5p Courier urnal AHEj NeLeadrSr One Year For Only 125 r The GduricrJburnai has the BEST war news serryire of any of them and you get it twice a week with the Newt caderj making three papers a weelir ontyIa andra Quarter t IThtsoffl I who pay up and one yearln ad vance andtQIany new sub scrlbers w We cpnsider this one of the mostliberal offers madtr ard there Is no reason why anyone sbould Dot keep posted one the war news and home news as well Address communications to E L DA ISON JR Pub ISlEWSLEADER KvrihosCountry For Rent i Best stand on Bprlngfleld branch railroad tlocutvd lit Valley 5 miles front Spring I fleldi 13 mUd from Bardstowh Bureru c agencyandi and every facility for a presrerous couitry store 1 his is a flue opportunity for an enenretio iian to step Into a good bualueas For further particulars address Mrs T B GRUNDYVailey mu Xy ft orA R CAROTIIEB5 Custom HoUieJo SLouisville KyiiK M Geary Pirrnon Mlchj writes 2 letittV Witch hazel Salve UcurlnK to more pllia hero today titan nfl other S dltll com rpdIttU eczema mid all other akin dUeases Waters tBrowne jv Truths TrrnrJ Told urolJonp tine HOst of fascinating the ageS ready requirranoskfll to loveDIIate It cud musIc of bands tmS rocatUts or Instrn mentalflololits There ziotnmg uzo run an cmwiuc tllUjnawm =Other socailol talking xnscbtncs reproduce only records of cntanddrtbt snb3eets specially- prepared In a toboratory but the araphophono fa not limited to such performances On the Oraphopbone yonian easily make and Instantly reproduce records ot the voice or say Titus It constantlr awakens pew Interest and its charm is ever fresh The reproductions are clear and brilliant 1GrQhf es are sIN Itr 11 under the patents of fleflTintet Ed1aonancICacdon1dOauatabUahlMDJaead qearteru orthe wor4 foTa1kieg MacbIns Del Taing Macbins Suppilee Write lor catAloes Columbia Phonograph EPARTMEKX i 80 No 919 PennsliiantaAve WASHINGTON D 0 Chicagoata1tfmoreWasb Everybodlr4tt 1 r r Knows tf rJ i 1 THAT r r Cunningham Dth1a1i are showing the largest stol t of Dry Goods Clothing Etc rror and selling at Lower Pricesi 4- than any Uotise in town thesqf TWO FACTSacount large andi creasedtr aa1 4orSv this season Our Dry Goods and DresTrtiimiugDepartwfntlsVery completed embracing a great variety of both black and col ors and plain and novelties Wb have jut received a large stock of Silk Waist Patterts They are beauties calland set them Oar Shoe Department is our PRIDE and we are JusiTy proud of this season For we are tunneled to show Man Women and Childrens shoes and Oxfords in all the colurfv styles andprices You will miss it if you fall to set our stockSWe lead in Mens and Ladles furnishings Notions etc BoysShirtimade Waists and Skins do anyhouseand values for the least money JI RugiLaceour stock y Dont Forget our Inducements to Cash Baycr r 4r ITAKUOSH BII YDIiIl u J7VVsEURTON siC j r tD r ncrno JA OJqI f re J llndcrtakors M Fiineral Directorst f1 CFFINSCASIETq lf LlfiND S t JJL SlULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly diy lorlli bt f iJ TheservicsofnEXPERlENCED a J g4Mnr graduate frora a school oembahnIngiravLltfn feDgdgcd t 4tl i I1 J HAG AN BrcKFPRIxlGFJELbKY tI t r AAY Y AV ArQr AfA1A7ArA Airr An Easy WayH tt Ii TO BUY A p tt BUGGtII ComeDown and see ME j SIYf KARRICKI 1 Down Towni Below Thompson Hbtet AIr P Ar I I EXPERIENCE TELLS IN Tailoring 1Aswdlaa hn linn that makes nJy good gIDIcnts t prices touhin the Breach of allanti guarantees you satisfaction ris bound tu succeed It must either keepfjp its standard or quit the field For over 22 YEARS this has been the position of M LORN4Vm Greatt Chicago UN chant Tiilifs They staneil In the lead and have rmlined it Ltheiing trade of Amcricj Every year iis a year of progress in the excellence oh their goods anti inhe IiVoroitenso1 t thousands ofcbeu pInonS ent forge AI1V1I you 1ne your mtaiure for a suit or you are fully guaran teed u coitststykntaterandwockmae ship No jnotaka ortnkfitt etc tokrated You tae IlundreJ otntcrna sal the latat iktylei o wlfct from And alter ally pay fcsnonayAluafoelov grade WlOriaf CALL ON CUNNINGHAM A DUNCAN f M V J THE NEWSLEADER kPITJUUD mat THURSDAY HORIUNQ I i i SPRINGFIELD KY o UlIP PAIN VAiIOL trUaefortkedrsttach nbIT aeron Jilltlion candidates and political matter 10 coats pet line F fJeor1dldon at low rates but cash 11ntwje putt oa dellrerj of Roods pltinOWtarU and XoclfnnZNTI resolutions of respect a lBtr M jrUlrat s 1930I o 1lt70cerahDlAfrWotOll1ces 1000 6 e I IfIt R Wilder j i DENTISTS 1 I S I il tUJ OftttUits hi bnei I c+ + I f 1fTEETH EXTRACTED fl WITHOUT PAIN n t fciBprimgteld ov ry first Thandrnj i UniFrtday of each monthSfa44P Xinr OrricK B8f Fourth AYeDUeB LOUISVILLE KY r 1 I tJJOS B CKSSELL t PHYSICIAN AND suEoHbf Jt ORIel HOURS fJft OFFIO InMcOhord Bcbertaon Bldg r i HUBER H HORD DENTIST 5OFFICRiiIfARt t1nJVp n RI1QrLD f 1LpRL H LAMPTONfee W jf trqJ tj CIRCUIT CLTOKs OPTlCl S il t DR i F R1NEI4RT- M f i OFFICE HOURS 12t02pm EVERY DAY iit t K SPItJNGFRLD KY in i L DR RESIDENT tJ I BURT TOMIJ pff TEETH EXTRACTED s WITHOUT PAIN l i OmcBlTiKQ Block up stxie SPRINGFIELD KY r iA1I Dental Works ic Firstclass 1 c WeFNEIKIRICA- TTORNEYAT Wa1 OFFICE with CMX McCnnRD a JAS B RYAN v AUOTIONEEE j J I llX n4 and Stpck Sales aSpecialtyl D SPRINGFIELD KY I DR CALDW I v SYRUPCURES LLNI a A When you take s Uttler4for the stomachs sake b sure that you gets PURE ARTICLE Iit THE SUNKYSIDESALOON l jFKeeps nothing t PURE WHISKIESIl j PURE BRANDIES j i PiUQARS AND TOBACCO if WaU Street 1FURENEPrb1 Ixmcr End of Now llobcrt i scm Building J j REUBEN IOGL BLACKSMITH Horseshoeing jolIi S Carriage Repairing arid General Blacksmitjiing CAllwork guaranteed to give sj Usf tIon at the CJasey shop SPIUN FIELD KY L7 5 e ABOUT TOWN NEXT Monday will be County Court day DR W C GBIOSDY the Op tician tests your eyes free S THE weather this week has j been ideal 1Oriiarvestngand the busy harvesting machine has been abroad in the land A B SHDLTZ has lumber on the groundor the erection of a thewGrundy avenue Work on iif win beginsoon WHEN in need of spectacles and eye glasses go to Dr W C GrIgsbythe Optician C W HAGAN desire to an nounce that he will deliver gro ceries and ice to any part of the ve town freeVof charge FOR SALE One bay presag 00 McGiLi SOME thief made a raid on the clothes line in J G Mansfields H back yard last Thursday night in IdollarsIisf trace of the missing garments or clue to the identity of the thief TELEPHONE your orders for roceries or ice to C W Hagan He runs a free delivery wagon and will deliver goods at your door on Short notice ALL glasses sold by Dr G 1gsd y are guaranteed to give sataJction op lecTiiintOuntyhouse hero next Saturday afternoon for the purpose of selectrby ing delegates to the allentlon which meets at Leba neondidate for Judge of the Court of go chAppeals Washington cquntylsun AUJGgoodsu An Euz WayJie ad of su M Kurrfck MR W J RAYBOURNE one of = the enterprising farmers of thdMp ackyiUe neighborhood sold hlscrp of tobacco the other day rand realized a handsome sum on The crop averaged over 13S per hundred Mr Raybourne two Seasons of tobacco raising has made enough money to pay a heavy mortgage on his nnu AtL summeFvgoodsj such asd organdies and lawns per lesi laces embroideries etc ViII be sold from now on at cost so as tormake room for our fall stock trip hto be brought on Come and see for yourself IIs weWS1rrH J B PETER Co the local live stock dealers and shippers have had a busy week of it On Tuesday they shipped from this point two doubledeck cars of try lambs and two cars of hogs to Louisville Lambs are worth out five cents per pound and they ate exceptionally fine this spring Mr Alex Hamilton sold erl bunch of 51 to the company that averaged 76 pounds each SPECTACLES and eyeglasses to suit all sight at Dr Grigsby located at Fred Hngans store ne LOSTOfl Sunday June 19th between the residence of Georth Robertson and St Dominic church a ladys gold watch and chain Tho name Mattie en graved on the watch and also on ring attached to chain A lib eral reward will be paid for the covery of the watchfatMiss MATTIE RoBERTsON DONT forget to go to W Smith Co for summer dross goods and trimmings which thoy ares Uinfi at cost Tho figures are low to MR ERNEST MANSFIELD has urchased the controlling inter t in the stock of the Springfield High School and will con ol duct the school next session Prof Mansfield has just closed a very successful term with his A school at Mackville and is a young man of good qualifications doubtIe popular with the patrons of t the Springfield school tb i J WANTED Stock to pasture C C McGiLL r ADOPT the nicest lot of horses IS his we haye seen together for a llong time was a bunch of fourteen recently bought by Mr S B Thompson und sold to the gov m ernment for cavalry a service Mr Thompson badbeen colf lecting tthem for several weeks and before they were sent on were in fine shape They all came within the requirements of cavalry horses and brought goods prices HAYDON BARBER handle the ce frolebratedwagonpa JOHN R BIER and wile oflexiis county have Sold to T Barber of Nelson two tracts of land near Bardstown and con tai secnhigjUST received a car load of Owensboro wagons HAYDPK BARBER THE wheat crop being liar f4stedj largest the county has produced for several years The local the ents have been doing a landJau office business selling binderstiCa IF you need a wagon call on our BiUydonwascarpleaactionPri MAGDAt the play presented atStDominicHallon1ostTbursday Grady in the leading role was welt deceived by the large audi ttJencel 10hardvompanywellin their iresjieotlve partsduc the play in Itself was inter est foring1legpOrtunityi tions brthe orctiestra given atPi rva1s during the performance in were especially well rendeedday i and the special fe members of the company were stgoodtted a good sumi Which will toward a debt on the Catholic one glrtirchi der the management of Mrs letorgethaccesulIy wachatFBRS9rvLF nday r iFUCampbelirwa8 In Louisville OllUcsdaTlPaul J Booker waa In Louisville OrgurdayMr John Bowlan ofeBaraafosraf waheret Monday ile twnatlou Miss Lydia McElrOy spent TUes ami ivityatCur Joe Claybrooke and Mack Grondy Thu were at Maple Hill Sunday donLiHto Bardsliqwn Tuesday ant Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloomfield at the home of Dr W W Bay this ek Wm A Waters and daughter this Lizzie spent the day Tuesday at Tatbam ladafor BI navillotha MJn jMargrte Ray who baa been attending school at Lebanon Is home atforthi Miss Florpnce Hamilton of Fredeff cktOwn Isivlsttlng her sister Mrsca caJohnar- r1si Susie Boll of Lebanon is oil pected the last of the week to visit Miss Alice NoesoMr and Mrs Clifton A Greene tb bave gone to honsekeeplng In their weottsgoanMiss Etta Thomas who has been e guest of Miss Carrie Selocman s returned from a visit to friends In Ialle countryInI Miss Nettle KJmberlaln who has been visiting her uncles family near theWilHsburg has returned homede thtending thatMisses Lids Grundy and OUIe Cronph left yesterday for a visit with suitfriends at HarrodsburgLi ojwereattend the druggists convention IinltayWest Point Ky to spend the summer ti Misses Brown and Wlckllff two arming young ladle of BardstoWn the ere at the Springfield Hotel Montiay Misses Lillian and Mattie Neal of nderson county who have been vis SIbnveto Miss Naoma Thompson left yes terday for Cincinnati where she goes ny take a course at the Conservatory byheraunt itTom InntUrdny He wa accompanied by father and T W Stmms Jr who had been on to attend the commence tnent exercises of tile school w NoTDao fornfty Conu IbE Guaranteed tobacco habit pare makes YeaWairoSjf blood pure tl AU A Historic Flag IaHiramI fcivii war has offered to the Gov toernmontt for bywhicht fio anatoerstrwnIbgTh paemade fronrthe uniform oaUDioos soldier who died at Jbe battle of Winchester The stars and white tolJaebvIofmcasrtcoeesth1b1edi Pair at Chicago in 1893 and ex cited much interest A historical lety of San Francisco offered 500 for it but but the offer was declined and that which Otis re IH fused tosell he is now willing to giv 23ceYellowlaullle Cured ng humanity should To sup pt plied with every means possible for di- V E relief Ills wttt piewuro we publish folloWing 4Thlf Is to certify that I a terrible sufferor from Yellow t1ice for oversimonth and vas td Ijy some of the best physicians lnbnr cltyancft all to no avail Dr Bell drnirglst recommended Electric gscsraentlruly cured 1 now take groat sure In rocuoimending them lo any on Buffrtrlngfrom thltj terrible mal idI nm gratefully yours MrsM A Hogarty Lexington Ky Sold by Hsjdou tRobertson These Naughty Girlil Raus Fur instance when a crowd Chicago girls came through Pa ah last year and hired a dray sightseeing convevancsrld IceducShholv horror and was ready toe up tho ghost The other huwever a crowd qf Paducah girls went up nSmitblatJQaDd ft1Ad the staid inhabitants b- yrarideoverhed city like the given Jere by the Chicago l Itis not known what the pAid people in the tranquil little ham the thought of thejr capprs but Smithland papers will be icbd and anything is said about it the Paducah papeis will please tfopy Paducah Sun Rye JDifteovered by n Wnnnn O Another grrat dlsrovnry has tenHaymade and that too b Inily In u Bnjntryhurand fir seven yvara she with itii severest tests but hot vital ans were ufaderniliied nnd death ht9ntbsibiscongljed StopisflmyeryKimrga New llcovery for coruumtLigaud wan no much relieved dose that she Hlept all nuihf and Bv h two bottle been absolutely Fair CuedThisShelby N C Trial bottle free at Hay OxetOxeOoFeeeedSto Hii The Uloorafleld Branch Veal A dozen Limes in the Court of Appeals and now headed fOT the Cbo Supreme Court the famous Fair ownfield branch of the Cumber d Ohio railroad is muking a tlOnal reputation because of many litigations over ItI heF anomalous circumstances that end the many litigations of Fat FatsPigorGse with most railroads its lasses e trying to let go The real lojectFair freeze outtbe bondholders arid successfully accomplish this Skiemake void the lease of the road Best d ita obligations to operate it Fair For many years the L NTI fought the bondholders tbrougo the courts to get rid of paying terest on the bonds berebGe rendering them worthlesp butTel Court pf Appeals decided I EcidedI ea that road boldly announced I alCc at it would abandon the Bloom field branch entirely This aa nouacement precipitated anotbco and tile courts forbade the N to violate the provision per its lease new Pending a decision of appeall this case J A Middleton was pbintod receiver that opera Noon80c discontinued The next step of L N was to have tne branch road sold to satisfy an old 5 judgment far a construction debt 8e and it was bought by Samuel bt pencer and transferaed by hirUgr the Shelbyville Bloom ld Railroad companywhich compaw contracted with the Southern railroad to operate it 21Tos CDntract the bondholders t stituted suit against the She bu byville Bloomtield Railroad company Samuel Spencei atd the L N for contempt and faontaken and tbe BupremBCpUrt ill decide whether or not tne t6 I L Ncan let go of this now mquS branch road The road has been a costly one the people along its line Shel county subscribed 8300000 d Spencer210 000 for its con uction both counties having id about the amount first sub ibed including interest with- adobtyet to meet of about 100 000 each Bloorafield precise subscribed 65000 which amount sbeen paid Two great railway com pan VS Kentucky are involved in the e now pending add its out mewil1bwatcbed with iuterl For XhlldrrH liu Take oU EM II tafe bJect trnu edy Misney It will relieVe the croup at e and cure ft cold In One night nI 1Mergencyat any first class drug More Dont forget It you use Putnam Fade leisJDyes you dont have to send fora kager for wool and one for cotton package colon all fibers Sold by Leri A Browne eATto yon know that many oroad minded jhVBlclftns are u Iuy Foleva Honey an4IIan TaX Coujpfq Syrup In their practice They have found do remedy that gave as d satisfactory resnts for all throat and lung complaints as thIs great oough medicine Havdnn Robertson E4ne t Your ItowoU with CmcmreU- Cundy 100290 constlpatlon4ozovcrIt NE sLEAiiERl a yearS llreka Saloon I keep constantly on hand BX year old MCKENNA WHISKEY made lor medicinal use Cold lager Beer on Tap BIG SOHOONER8 THOMPSON Prop 9RflGFIELD Ky TRE MARKETS The following table rtprecenta the price for farm products In Springfield by 4oloOkrariatlona thereafter on private ad from Louisville dealers 105II Wheat per bu 108 to Cora per buv Jafperbn per bn 50tt jCloser per ba 200 to 2 23 Timothy per bu 135 to 1 60 rd Grass rba 75 to 00 ITimothy per cwt 60 povcr prcw11 to 45 t LOUISVILLE MARKETS g CATTLE Report furnished by the Louisville Live q IraII t ht shipping 4 Wa4 15fj butcher steers 4 85a4 to to good buecher steers 8 7Sa4 nwonto wed batcher steers 3 00 n rough steers poor cows und scalawags t 25a3 25 good to extra 8 60400 n common to medium 2 SInS 50 ders 4 00a4 W i i IiII MILCH COWS Jf icemtlcbcows35 00a45 00 g to odpI 00 g BOOB S Choice packing and butchers 225 Ib to 800 Jb 410 r to good packlngIBcrlb Jto 2001IL 4th Good toextra light 160 180 Ib 4 00a4 1- 0ibost120iOOlb g8 60aS iboats 100UOlbi 8 40a3 s to 90 lbs 9 75a3 gb1504tX1bm150s541 II tJHEEP AND LAMBS to extra shipping sheep 8 25a8 II to Kood 8 00a8 25 p Common to medium SOOjSOO II Bucks a 00a2 ps and scallawags Per bead 60al Extra spring limb 5 00 butcher lambs 4 2ta4 75 to good butcher Iambs 8 79a4 25 1eoda 2 50a8 00 PRODOCE Uspotfnrnthcd byHerndonCarter Co i Commission Merchants 813 Uur l Court and 110 Third Htreet Louis TWeKytoaeady Fresh rehandled Va93o- urranMarkct firm Best grades choice stock laallc picking OVLTRT Market steady Chfckcoshons CaOXc roosters sc spring chicken per afit geesk lull feathers per dozer plucked per dbz f2o250 turkeys alive Cc turkeys dreued SalOe ducks per do tl7a3 B zcsM1ohiganhad picked L20al40 horns llOo to tl 3 Hives Green salteJ 5aSc dry salt lOiiac dry flint iSaiflobFOM RaccoonItos to 4 mint to 4 zOaOOc skunk prime black ebort stripe Soc parrow stripe 20a40o broad stripe opossum 6al5c mu kzat CaSue red fox 50ad25 gray fox MisCBUinEOCs Sorghum molasses 23a c per Rat beeswax J4o per Ib clover SLFf Prime White goose 88a84r n mixed or old OaSOc Oxiox BITS Red and yellow 450aftOO hite as to quality OOOat00 DRIED AJPLES New sundried active demand 2UaSc IBISU Home grownnoxv crop 0a225 per bbl WOOr cAt 19aJc burry 15al8f tubtwashed Jilack clear 17al8c black srryORXEHAPPLR3 Market higher and flrm Fancy aOOa400 choice 250a800icommou N 300a350 HAT GRAINS Best hayfmrictly ucyper ton toaIO5otrrper tbn400a 450 ear Corn SftaSStC shelled cora Iin bu ICI 4aS5i feeding o At4c wheat No 3 s TOBACCO MARKETS The o quitionHQoofatlonCommittee change afLooisjrflle for this week 1S97CR0p BED BURLEY ITrash green or mixed 3 50 to 5 00 Tr ashsound5 00 to 6 00 Common lugs 6 00 to 8 Medium lugs 8 00 to 0100I Good lugs esotoioi 60 Common leafahorti 9 60 tOil 00 JOOMediumGood leafv y 14 to 17 00 Fine and selectonst17 00 to 22160 COLOny BURLEY Trash green oir mixed 450 to 4100 tooCommonedium logsw 760 toO 00 Good llugs 900toilt 00 Common leaf Short 9Oto Common leaf 10 00 to iOOOj edium leaf12oo to Good Jeat1 OOto 17100 Fine and selections 26100 FIN AND FISIIIXG is the title of a very hitemtlng leafletjns Iss ued by the Chicago Milwaukee and St PI utnal1aYtdeacrlpttVqof khefliblng ot5 along its lines It willlbo found of wellIcopy y address on receipt of a two cent stamp for pontng Address Gco H Heafford pentlPass Agent Chicago Ill CASTORIAorI The Kind You Have Always Bright Bears the- ignature of dEGGS FOR SALE B Minorcas direct from NOt thup none better 1 00 for 15 Pekiri Ducks pen headed by pair from Rankin w igh 21 ibs iootiorl 13 MJl fc FLOGAN DANVlLLEpKYLock 4I7krWAwA4 Pew ii4 i3atI I h Rooms f JOHN TYRCE Propr 44 1 NOw and elegantbatb tubs with g all modern jmprbveinenta Hot 5 and cold water Baths at all hourse 2li cent Call and tryIr 9ne y II c4 t MAINSTBEBT I BLoW spnrFIELDHOTEL l A JIlV AfAr ru GR1 Harmon IJ i II t THE LIVERYMAN t Has on hand for the summer I season the BEST rfgs in town Fast and safe horses t and reliable drivers s Ii SPECIAL ATTENTIQN 5 given to commercial men J Livery connection with theISpringfield HoteL MEN STRnRTI SPRINOF1BUD itstrTelephone No3 CCIWIilagall THE t GRORYMAN Would have you know that he handles IOE Good pure artiflcia ice which e will sel at 65c a hoodred pounds at the store or he will deliver it at your door at per hundred in any quantity He also keeps a lull line of taple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Countiy Produce MAIN STREE- TSPRINGFIELD KY nvmi A I1 uwsoted todo light writing snd iJUIO UlnLO mfr tti at hum yiupiomnt wlh tflum I 6rd ad reM fur full part1oo11rrnt nUN ILE RStt KUYio Uuwu g Green iiulldlng It ttroadwnr eq Tirkvim1 t Dont Spit asS Smoke loot ut lw j To quit tobacco easily and forever bo mag fleUo toll ot JUelIene And vigor taUe NoTo tac the xrond8 worlter that makes tfeak men strong AU dro elsts BOoorIl CUre iuarm teed Booklet and sample tree A Wrws t trfiterllng liemeJy Cot Chicago or Now liorfc n I I4owII f rt Is the time tobuy goods CHEAP atStir store 0Allwool Clay WorstedSuitsQ75 other EousSsS aM 7 JfKent GIo togout tJ r1IC to mak in5 purchaseOuratqck Xv Pennies froIJ16 up v It f v PilntH from Be UP 4 if 0Justl iiceived 5notfier shipment frptq lNEIYrk of fFrench and Atuarr can Organdies at prices th t defy Xcoronetitfyn I Genuine Irish Lawt over vard wlde worth 15c we pS VevReHinp at 6Jc Cqaie and see them W JWeprices a year ago baying bought them before the adrance Straw Mitting I212c with IBc r f vTjWeOdrtogether and our pricen tho are correct ll w 13k putf1 a1JOhancd tovnamevbd priced cCi1Choice line Sailprs Sashes Ribbons and Ties l JfMcGhord 6ie Robertson1 WCEHTW JMPLEMEN1 WE- LLo91Qi2i13E KlmtGEQUT Of WIRE SEE THAT 4I= i pJ See That Price Delivefed to You v Uses No9 wire for the line and cross wires ani aab1tiEm dead lock twjl Y that cannot Sup Every machine ffBarjiiMi Builds the Page style of fence as well Plitie rosa ireo blirb wire fencing Send for a sample of the lenct and free cirqvUr RICHMOND SAFETY QAtK CO Box 181 RiOHMOND IND r 1t U t ft16 J i1 v t 1 f r DalerSir rv t drIwXX XX We ith1speth1ty of embalming Woflg wcti k v done of a school of em fbalming and We carry everything in Un crtikiag Sf goods andour stock 11 COMPLETE in every ic ML Calls promptly attended to day and night gj 7 jgr you want Carpets Mattings Ruf Bed SuM Rockers Tables ChairS or anything ItthC fofnittM Iv Ii 1 tMAIN STREET X SPRINQFIELD KY 4 i IIA w Dn who would wlo scces IniUn ThUbttng tdtdltUtf tad ftrAtlMferUBMVf iJur 6 aIIag the tchool Uiat toad la the rug tract rnktbs iIHBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE t i U1l LOUISVILLE KY ir Bookkeeping SKortKand Telegraphy Write for beautiful book giving tefttlmonlalsu tPJfln graduates occupying prominent QsitIou4 ajt 1tVrIthe United StatesIt WIll be mailed tilEE rtfASTtVv lfNi WE arc slill soiling I BUGGies J But vQ lso handle all kinds of FARMING lMvrkztENTs- We i buy and sell Hay Grata and Feed We sell coal at the LOWEST CASE PRIOE Come hand let us show I you our new wheel cIain eve hi1de 6icy and selling at tIle low a price of J ZlO i t i Compfn and exarnlnn the whitin lot uti shnw you g the ffood Pins aboufriti that others of higher price do not possess lfe 444 i i 4 THOMPSON LHKB tt11SPRINGFIEtD S 8A LrvA a i 14 Icourq CLEMENTS MAYES Va11dirliiturf byrC1cnentsagrduate Oukffuture1sflnecomJ1t 4liuiegivcusaca1LXXXX 4SBLNEDUCATION VanjndaA I v en al x 1 r SCROPUL i tLaro VIcurs F eAlar SciI i1 MRS AHNI I po wYDecLMLSrMMPgitiit rCMH vir rI Dear Sfrr b4bg sWt iwuly TMM grave When rou first s w i3 sear lfe throai 111 dee 1t OeisIye p1Ieate11 tr t thIghs and TO exceedl f trairedVedjaflebtolSsea a IA1idoetosandniedleI Se i pars use your r f a Nerve Tonic prdaced s Ctbegan at oace j IrPtOTemRt Pradoals N YJie II i bees aUowt Z years riawl l i as been no retera jvt Wy AlMUe Vowrs truljTi Mrs AKSA ABIM jsjrFor sale by Itaydou it PobenmHi Beauty Is Blseii 1 cei Clean bloodeans a cJejM skis J beauty without it wthsO Cwisjr OiU iic clean your bueodaed Item It cknstirring up the lazy lliver id orlvlw a Itl from the body lk ia today i banish pimple boris b1t 1t W ewe and that icktvbi1i oapleaiea in Cascaretrbeauty for tu Atki gfarts taltiOB gnarantoed It 7 c r j THE NEWSLEADER ANOPEN LETTER To MOTHERSt WE ARE ASSERTING IN TIlE COURTS OUR JUGHT TO f v THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF TIlE WORD CASTORIA AND r 4 PITCHERS CASTORIA AS OUR TRADE MARK tJ DfV SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massaohu SjUlSwaa tha originator of CASTORIA the same that f f borne o1ddoos now hoar I n lh Iaocirriletinnalureof 4s II This ji the original CASTORIA which hdIn itt1 ibi fiomtfccf the Mothers of America for over thirty yearstUOOK dAfllSlaUbLY at the wrapper and see that it is J thindyouhevaIiiYi houpht t and hfa8 th itEnturo of i i tptr No one hWAuthority from ma to use my name except FT Centaur Company of Which Chas H Fletcher is President fr Ill fiOh 24 898 41 Mi1 TrIJf SWGUSTAUIMPT YNUWVSTT a f Two V Yarn An onewho is not posted on foJtsoriths morning or artetnoon on 0h tauqia under hetrleH in thJupa1 1 WterdiY morning after the tkor4of lethargy had reported seIa1 Hobon teat of going Into Iks jiw of death had been dls cpMtd for the tweatieth time hiivymilii bat volunteered asonet f Die Merrlraacs crew nad be been wilkOI1p ft member told Kow arebel sotdter who went from JSarrodsbHrjrjralsed enough mon ejrto Vibe his way Out of Gamp IXmglasr Two weeks after being iS iNtpriacwed be caught an immdnso graybckwlth apologies for tte word and folding tt be bz5i jrrt 4k thoorwbrek fwmhatooiaiid saIduIIl bet oe Dllar all the money IVH that this louse can whip aty 0YaMkeelousetbaever abLueuntformi ceJI1 0r55- his bosom and drew forth a grayS j 5S Irtck that the other guards pM tiIbeauty The creatures were i MiicFrthfi other The sport was kept urwI vntil the rebel louse had killed Mvmo lice and then one olt1hiuIrd4 got mad and kicked thehelI ottbe fiddle to pieces tlosiair0E With tIe 39won on the m tcneR to f 6 lf Jerate bribed gcard yndafter manyhadsblps reachedS Ken mcky and joined r t 1II1d Then some one told of a Green JSTIvermnwh does not believe tnal there i3 a war going on bu tween this country and Spain Masaya tkeircports of war arE- v wot through the papers for theI Wi1IhrrJQnlngs Brvan in 1900 Then r me of the Chatajoquana said that f while he believed little fighting f 0belllgdoQ8 it was started as tbex n to get a large armyr ijJn ISoath to hold the people in plwckfo Mark Hanna could clar himself empire deI b uy fell over in the ttacd a f ltfI 7Hare4 ug Dtmocrat L- SrSwt FMNLt a Atiiekly when one has autboriry uud money to purchase them jet It is sajd that many of the runtfeers are badly fed losuch story is totd of the regu V Iplars who get exactly the same j quantityJ ad quality of food ma iat1il8th the volunteers One fitri ipgipaIjjp- a 0D4Ithi vktixfe It puts them inI the power of the weakest organ of the body and makesf them its slaves I They moateat to suit it drink to suit 1 4itJUld vealenfcenu e of selfdenial AYERS t PILLS 1 oft1yspepsIathey KB f suffering from that disease Ifrs II B Anderso 15VillIaa8 Street Grand I RapidtiItAyei Pius und of d1JPep4 ftoa wblpa I hadrtaffiridifor thru f rMtrotiWIbt AYERS X PILLS Curo lipj 1wrapper on theI opfniOr1wayI od regular officers believe an ar Lemythe volunteer officer thinks enh siasm the flratr Ttquisita of war A company commander off regulars would be dismissed the rvice were his men offered I food such as is set beforesome voluiueerg so he sees to it ibatll s companys cook is I m jenusually men who are unfit for an Isycooks It would not seem that pUfnjneut flour vegetables and coffee could requaegreat skill to make them fit for use yet it is fa prvice ID replace a competent col p tteIe crmpany codkloases thi Itt e officers of Ihej iiaspectorKen erals department the nighty m wareshave their hardest work and unlt tb they succeed the sIck list iso dismally long A rebellion has broken out in krtainand beans aa soldierfood in o iti outhern camps If any two ar des of food are more popular with the inhabitants of Cuba exico Central and South Acne e Egypt and other landtJ hotter an Chickatrauga and Tampa citeould like to know cf it Beans rendthe principal sustenance ll sub tropical countries that hive not annasa or breadfruit and pork n next to flour the largest American article of export to the said countries Pork beans and other coarse army rations may not please newspaper cbri respondents but the army rftti Q was devised for men who must endure long drills and marches and carry heavy loads Hotel faref is sorry stuff for soldiers no matter how abundant and wellI 4ncooked it may be Some of the complaints of insufficient food h raveyet a fortnight ago the Comm is sary Department there had on ol11ionI t qnarteof a millioni cans of tb I hUJdredII was spending fifteen hundred a day for fresh meat andI vegetables Colliers Weekly The Successful Remedy ffor NASAL CATARRH must be tidnirriratlnp easy of application and one that will by ItS own action reach the inflamed anti diseased surfaces ELYS CREAM BALMcomblncs the Im ort requisites of quick actlnn and ipe cUe cnratlva power with perfect safety to the patient This agreeable remedy has mattered catarrh as nothing else has and troo1JconCfdetbladgt that In it the cmo of Pharmaceutical skill has been reached The most distress Ing symptoms quickly yield to Ik In acutn cases the Halm Imparts almost instant relief b By AbsorpttoiiC- tarrbal offerers honld remember that Elys Cream Balm is the only catarrh rem edy which Is quickly and thoroughly ab orbed by the diseased membrane It does not dry up tho secretions but changes them to a limpid and odorless condition and finally to a natural and healthy char acter rae Balm can be found at any drntr store or by sending cent to Ely Brothers 66 Warren St New York It will ho mailed Pull directions with each package Cream Balm opens and cleanses the nasal passages allays Inflammation thereb topping pain In the head heals and pro tecta the membrane and setores the senses of taste and smell The Balm Is applied directly into the nostrils BlacK and Red It is well kuown that thd colored j troops in the United States arny have proved very efficien iin tIe service of tae plains ano frontier but perhaps it is not well kpown that the Indians an more afraid of the black soldier than of the white soldiers Tha iis the fact vouched for by at army officer who has been terviewed n the subject b the WashingWn Star The cavalry troop to which belongdd this gentleman said soldiered alotcside a couple 0 J troops of the Ninth Cavalry a colored regiment during the last fSibux troubles HVe were per rorzninff chain gnird that is- hemmingindutyrid our task was to prevent the O allalas from straying from the reservation If antof them attempted to pass we bad authority to pro3 them with our bayonets Tne result as that the white troop often had to perform the risky jjth qf forcing back armed sixf0t sva res with the bayonet and there were some1 very denigerous mpmeoit but the Vlack troops alhngside had nJsucb trouble While tbalpdjans were c mtinually crowding upon the white soldiers they let the blacks entirely alone 9bhclttroopiloetalned tiabout the camps as the white 11pne3 did The Indians woulil fdirly jampto obey the uniformed blacks One day a black sergeant saw a minor chief who was sun ning bimsbIfrtthOdoo of hit teepee send his squaw with a cauple of pails down to the creek to getwater The black sergeant walked up to the lazysuvage and prodled him Look ahealil ho exclaimed jjes Shake 70 npcoupt bones an go tote dat wafah josef Yo heah me The Indian did not under stand the words but he comprehended perfectly the gesturfls especially when the black man took the ails from tne womans hands and pus them into those of her llord and raasjer He went after water and at an astonishingly rapid pace During the riDe Ridge trouble hen the Indians were on the occasion in line of battle tim duty f charging tnem was cou tided to tno two olick troops The ne grbes bffan to yell as soon as they started their yell went on i t ISheirthe listening white soldiers as if tthe fttr erE being rent with the screams of ten thousand demons ARfonn as the ludians caught flighlvthronirh the clouo of alkali dust of the black faces and OpAL nouths of the charuin blacks and got the sun eQVct of this mounting n ar thev broke and ilwd and were soon surrounded and disarmed The chiefs after wards confessed that the braves e wejre scared by the awful ho wliug of the black troopers IThes black soldiers can tight- sa well as tbeycan howl record on the plains has ocu of absolute intrepidity Initsd 1Buckleos Arnlea Salvo The best nnlvo In tho world BruIses Mores ulcnnt Ulcers 81 Fevor sores Tetter Chapped CeUblaln8conul and all skin ordptlons and pi ltivolv curse Piles or no pay eqtil ec1 It Is guaranteed to gIve per fort satisfaction or mon refunded Price 25 coits per box at ITavdun it Itub crtsona Drnje Btoie KELSON NOTES From the Record ICoonty Clerk Boone Rapier Wednesday issued marriage li dense to Mr Richard C Lewis aud Miss Kate Haviland We understand the wedding occurred iin Louisville yesterday Mr Lewis is a member of the firm of Arnold Lewis merchants ofr this place while the bride is a daughter of Mr James Haviand of the coopering establishment of Hhviland and Smith Burglars entered the residence of Dr Ben Gore near the depot Tuesday night sod stole the Do tors fine gold watch and several arlicbsl of wearing apparel It js the puppo ition that the thieves gained entrance through an open window They went about their work so gently DO one was arousRd Itis reported tbat thieves also entered the residence of Mrs Barbor the same night hot tooi nothing Dr Gora and Mrs Barber live in the same neighborhood The residence of Mr Butler Thomas of tire Coaplin neighborhood was entirely consu aed by fire last Saturdny Tbeioss was considerable with no insur anca How the fire originated is mystery Mr I1iornae who WaR In town Wednesday isa re respectzHel of life and activity He has uuf lered a series of misfortunes dur Ing the past year that is extraor linary In addition to ruin r Calamities he1ostbydeahwitbit short time of each Other set eral iiembers his immediate family Sot ltbStand ng bl misfortunes le Isin no wise daunted but bears lis trials with Christian refigna lon and fortitude and In sonlY ipon the brlghtblde of life A case of unparalleled brutal ty Is reported to The Record Baby Mine1 llmsmE Every mother feels an indescribable dread didangerdi ant upon the most critical pe nod of her life Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all but the suffering and i makeitsMOTHERS FRIEND Iisi the remedy which relieves greatpalnandsuffering hour which is dreaded as womans severest trial is not only made painless but all the anger is reiII moved by its use Those who use detspondcnt or gloomy nervousness II conIIis made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com mon to the critical hour are MotherIf j Containing Inraloable information ol t tie women will be sent noon annllcailas bi n WjID0VLLT0UC0usstae- aI young man who lives a short distance from this place cruelly beat a horse to death one day last week The particulars as reported to us are disgustingbnd horrifying to the lest degree After boating the animal on a previous occasion until it was blind deaf and al most unable to stand this young fiend in the semblance of a hu man geared it to a heavy mowing machine andbecause the half dead beast was vn ible to perform the labor in the manner required by its tormentor the latter as sailed It with a club and ic the presence of several helpless by slanders who vaiolyl protested rwith hUn 4o desist his cruelties the demon beat the poor horse until it felt Insensible to the ground He then secured 9 rope and placed it around the animals neck and hitching a horse to it dragged it away before life was extinctSWe know the partys name but withhold it on account of his family who are most estimable people ENGLISH STUFFINGS Beelpes Which the Sender SajrsAro Ex cellent sad Not Pound la Books t Hero is a recipe for turkey nnd chicle en stuffing which tho sender says is very thoseslveninCrumble or grate the insldo of stale loaf or more of baker iread either a round loaf or milk bread Add pepper and salt the gruted rind of a lemon and to a loaf ba14 tho juice to 2 loaves all of It a little grated nutmeg a handful each of finely cut parsley leaves and fint white celery leaves thyme sweet mar joram and summer savory using the leaves in preference to the ground and twlco the quantity of thyme as of the marjoram or savory IJlx all togethertdry and fill the crops potting remainder into the bodies of the fowl JVs the filling isbolng done add email pieces of good butter which together with the proper baiting will give the droning Bnfflcirnt molstu This dresslug Is also excellent for roast leg of pork vr hen you do not WI1DI to simulate duck or goose with it The recipe for the good old English istumngaddsIII never seoln our cookbooks und mynclghbqrstables eoftbrcnd and muss This Is the old recipe for stuffing fort porkrTake fcutcut up Strain dry add pepper and salt and leaves 4enoughor birds wit it and to lay sumo of it It Kecptblsseparately and serve IEat the table with the restNew York Sun Pan Water and New Boiler The corrosive power of pure water on or unsealed boilers was well Jllns trated in the city of Glasgow when water fnpply was introduced tromJLoch Katrine one of the purest waters j in the world which axe available for supplybadboilers were much coated with lime scale To the dismay pf the users those who had put iu new boilers or new tubes found them rapidly corroding while the old scaled and coated boilers remained as before Those too who e bad removed every possible trace of oldI incrustation from their old boilers by Elagfull benefit of pure water were ale badly troubled by corrosion and even the old boilnra asjthe scale was gradual ly removed by the unvaryingly OftaDdI pure water from the lake were more ordless corroded when no meanawere taken to prevent It V Expert Knowledge of Dre edronltTy They say said a ethics thatttthe expert ponltryman knows at sight just where a dressed chicken is from Of course he knows Philadelphia chicken when bo sees it but they tell me t ltof western poultry for instanoc be c nii tell at a glonoe whotberachlcken come c from Ohio or from Illinois and so onc s Its a flue thing doubt to bo able tn do this and still I should be satLuiea to be withontiblsrefluecuentof bnowlongo concerning the chicken territorially if I tould toll before buying it whether it wad tough or DotttNl1I York San f TflE EXOELlBiCE OF SYRUP OF RGS- is duo not ouly to tho originality and bntaJsotothocaremanufactured by scientific processes lknown fo the CLuconxrra Pro SyBOT upoclltrue and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs manufactured by the CAUFOKNIA Pro STRUP Co ony a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless Iiimitations peutlOALIFOUIAcal profession and tho satisfaction hasivenmakeshgUarantyoltboaria advance of all other laxatives as it acts on tho Sidneys liver ahd bowels 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