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I IIlE NEWS LEADER estabUshed I I January 18u4 a combInation ot Wz11nt4n Uoanty Leader i84Dt Springfield News 189094 4 J i THr NIWSlElDfR Li a f Nii1fVol V SERINGEilELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 7 1898 Ii I J 8100 A YEAR Ai Tte Kr Mffcert frwlo b U a powder kswr ActI t ta It sacs ems tkMfartfcrtfcMM7 other brMd I JrtQ11 C f ruft4AliMflltily PItr- S qtA 1IOTAIPOWIICII Y5f flyii L tiai P RY jjSFRINQEflraD county teat of Wash ififfcHa Oowrtjr 53 mIles southwest of Lerj Loutiville on Bard I 6Jia1lM1Louisville and ahil1l ud agricnituraldi5 s telegraph indtolephonol ui KjifMii office flour mills lumber Warcif Population 1100 population of cotMtj 16900 fiiproteHUttre In Congrtu HoriD H Rmltk Cloyarport KJv JUprtoeatallreln Kentucty Legtalature a fHiB Sbehaa s epreeentatlye JQ tat Senate Hon u tt1l rd13prllilg1leldi Ky cuMTY DIRECTORY f CCIPiC JPOOIiRT Y Clrett Court begins onthe fourth lion dmyiiPebniarr May and October fAct EPa n8 Judrce ff Vfp Sweeney pntnalonvrealtb Attorney P M Cawpbell CJSrlr T W Slmmi Masssr CommlsBioBenv eWMTIY O3WP f i a QiurWly CMK UIs held ou theftWril icon day i f811r7 pipJuly and October LfaLliii7 rAtIi ou t Ii 1 Uf toutU 08IJ r r 1il T8II w Fl1 esiitjC1ork1Xi TSMeytvAltornpyr J n s iIlJer fc B IellW8Hfr jl WRhaSidney Otborae Deputies aJ7tdt5 rM0OrsClunt3TCjl1rVCydi TrP OBryan Assessor t Jift 1f l1puti EmunpbJ1iipunty1rcasnre x- t soRaoTo irJlOl1 Jde t 4o rrc MUl ar W O Rad IlAiWrav IY L tlc Rt a f r lTlVnrith in January ArJ oAlrIII Oer 9 C tURCH DlRECTORYi BAPTISr CHUnn RiylG 0 Pugh rtr flojrlces every qtfeCI1 Rt 831 1ffiiv r Maetlni on Wedc flCflny a1btat759 p athjilBTHODIST CHURCH j l nr BP4AtkIn80n Paster S Tjos on theIrrft and Third Sunday Jneuch mintb it1Lamfafltl3Prnr t I 1aPRESBVTERlAN CIIURCifc I1ieREO fA I9trUtorSeITlccs ever- yt3undast1t ia mlilllp m Pn yjr Meet- Ing oy1hnridyiIgti t CATHOLIC ciiUncffa jitIevl FHenncsyvFMtor Services evury flnndayi at Sand 10 oclock eo1I Berrfce atSt3Roso same hour i iv PBXTERN75L ORDERS ILisoino LoDOB Springfleld lodge o50 1t i jueeti beoond ilon y in each racnth Washington RO Chapter Net 2T meets BTery third Uondav t Sprlgdd Couucll No meets ovary 1 rouhony- J SiiOHTAOFHoxopM eU every second frfurth Mondojr itv each month Csiciurs or rue Meets every flntWednesday of 6ach month l tandTT TIME TABLE irfiTil and Depirtnre ol Trains liiu 1 4t 1 JiL I45 124 ArtpringfleldLV5mt2- e ai tt15Vatleyfihil 5 80 5l23 1208Booker 5 4h1 47 615 11 54Croakes5 68 605 1187Woodlawn 8032 13 5j 585 11 27 Etrlyu1mesII 12 a 25 M 5401 Ifi Barilatowno OS8J55 58010 Nazareth 830 os 557 10 80 Samuels6 4r 3 G21 10 28Dcatsville6 45 50 li 10 toCar1oSprlng B63 405 J03lilOOp tHobl1a 0 69 15 500 1152Clearmont 70480 t65D5 BnrdstoWn Junct 7 5 00 40Sheptisrdsvilo 7-OtJ 44 Ifubers727-at Boutb lark7 89 4 27 8 80 BonthLouU iUe750KB5 10 ty1cufsvllteAr 030 WAM Pcrsdnai J01 f RBB 64paflrnodIcaI reference book lJ any penton afHlrtod with iybechl phrt nlu or delicate dlcasn pcullKr to ilieir Address tbo leading j hyai J rlaneandsurreonsof tho United ytatea IfiI ir Ur Hathaway it Co 70 Dearborn street A1 V mica o f TO VUEE tOLD IX OXE DAY I t Take Laiative Bromo Quinin Tablets k j druggists refund the money if it f iUbtpctir 25c For pate bs Hivdon A Hobottson and Watery A Brov o fa f 5t Ono Minute Cough Cure is the best t r tWpratton Ibnt Ihavo over ohtl or 41 W uedaD1 I cant say too much tn its lnJ8014 M lent ol Jtferchdnt t JoilIGe Waters Browne v t11c k TI f sTHE CAGED BAGLEa VOICES that sink and swell In country or crowded marti And th spirit of war llike an eagle caged w In the nationsthrobbing heart Ii = Echoes of waves atonoaned The doom of the murdered Maine And tho eyes of seamen stern and sad t ft Fronting the ships of Spain fIi Winds of the deep that blow tTo the utmost ends of earth Ii The wrongs of people proud and brayev Who were freemen at then birth Ii I- it Flags that are ahnost furled Pef ships that are armed for fight And the spirit of war like an eagle caged Fir fronv his eyr ed height t i Ahr God for va Tearless hand vi f Ji To open the eagles cage Till the nation arises on land and sea i Tbtriired with a mighty rage trfTill tliQ Western world in curbles vrath Smites with her ancient strength Williani Hamilton Hayne in Leslies Weekly = ftIi3 3 3 a3 a E 4Itv i Odds 9nd Ends o Gossip a rT AY The tourierTournal last week contained the following bout a young man whose parents once lived in Springfield andwho has relatives here now ofItbt returned home on his vacation When the war first broke out 9Jadet Ray tendered his services toGov Bradley as an officer of entucky volunteers Mr Ray ha been attending the military cad my at CornwallOnHudson N Y for two years During that timeIhe has made aa excel lent record both in practibal military work and in thb theo iehs under Fyt Lieut1j tti MJ FUt FouUi Urmtal iStateq iofaatiy In a letter to IGrov Bradtey Supl lonas of tho anatomy cpovks of yoan7 Kay as montally riorally anl physically perfect Lieu Footo wrote a loiter to Gov Bralley 5av bichh0 speaks in the very highest term of young Rays military education soUiarly ualities mural and physical ourag etc and recommended im to the Governor for a cdm mission In the volunteers should Jhe apply for one Sapt Joaes of the academy also wrote a let er to Mr Ray telling himfn- other honor which had been on lhis son Mr Jones in his letter says tl take pleasure in informing you that I havo today in accordance with the rmy regulations forwarded our sons name to the Adjutant General of the United States Army andto the Adjutant Gen eral of the State Guard of Ken tucky as one of the three cadets who have shown the most plo ficiency in our military depart ment this year I have added to this report a recommendation that he be given a commission in the State Guard if he applies for it His name will also be printed in the register of the United Stats Army with hon orable mention James Garnett Ray iis the sedoiid son of Mr and Mrs James S Ray who were married and spent the early part of their married life in SprIngfield MrsRay who has been detfd several years was Miss Sue Davison daughter of Mr E L Davison formerly of this place Mr James S Ray iis a cousin of Dr W W Ray the well knoxvn local physician f 4 11 OBACCO MEN AROUSEDThO- tobaceogrowers of this coun uty nave cauea an1eettng or all interested in the raising ofSto baccofor this place on next Sat urday afternoon The object of- thomeetingistoappointdelcgates to the convention of tobacco growers to be held at Louisville on Wednesday July 18 The object of this convention is to devise some means to resist the efforts of what is known as the plug tobacco combine which is said to be engaged in tho un- Worthy occupation of trying to force down theprice of leaf to haccpjand to advance the price ofttVe manufactured article lii otht words th6 ltu tohco manufacturers are trying to work thd market to the improve ment of their own interests at the expense of the farm is after all only human rwhichI There is nothing to tobacco growers from making an effort to checkmate It1e movement and protect tht frown interests This can only be done by an organized effort on the part of the tobacco growers themselves anl this is the object of the CDiveatio i It is a well known fact that nearly every other class of producers or mini niacturers can easily form trusts and cpmbines for tie protection of their pwn interests except the flL Fh Int9 po it thikk vill np oombitfel Just why is true it is hard to say but in tbo history of the country such a thias as a farmers trust is not on jqprd The growori of Bur inISiangr ely manufacturers at their nurcy Wore they to get together and demand a certain price for tbJr product and hold to it rhere are too many small tobac co growers arid too many poor ones scattered about however to ever hope of affecting any thing like a trust among them but every farmer should take an interest in the efforts of the promoters of the convention whose object is to defeat the efforts orIthese manufacturers who working directly against the in terest of the to bccotirOerI IEVER PRESEN The pessimist or tho fellow who is always ready to look upon the dark side of everything and to say I told you sofis ever presentin times of war as well as in times ofI peace This was illustrated the other day when rumors unfav orable to our army came of Gen Shafters attack on Santiago Repots were circulated here which were afterward proven untruo that tho troops under Santiago had been repulsed at Santiago Then it was that the pessimist broke loose I told you that if thev didnt look out those Spaniards would whip us 1he would say and would really quite elated that his prediction imaginary or real had apparently been fulfilled A fel low so narrow and with so little patriotism as limit should be seized and taken where the Spanish balls fly thickest and forced to stay there until he Cither gets some patriotism shct into him or the life shot out a him IIcmH This Wo odcr ono hundred dollars reward for soy case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure F J Chancy A Co Toledo O We the undersigned hare known F J Cheeney fr tho last e5 years and believe himporfoctlv honorable in all business XransAclloph and financinlly ailotocairy out any obligation made bv their firm West A Trnax Whslesalo DrugsisUi To ledo O Wnldinji Kinnan A Marvin Whohenle druggist T lodo O lRIntQTltnllVlR The Mouth A boy was compelled bv his teacher to write ah essay on the mouth for some infraction of the school discipline and this is what he said Your mouth j is the front door of your face it it the aperture of the cold stora p ot your anatomy Some mouths look like peaches and cream some loos like a hole in a brlbk wall to admit new door or window The rrouih is ajbotbed fbr toothache and the bunghole for oratory The mputh is thar crim son aisle of our liver Itli i ai patriots fountain and the topi cbest for pie Without the mouth the politician would be a wanderer on the lace ol the earthr and go down in an undonored grave It Is the gro ers friend the orators pride and the dep tisVs hope It puts some men on the rostrum and some in jail It is the temptations luich counter when Attached to a maiden and tobaccos friend when attached to a man With out married life would be like H summer dream and a dude would lose half ot his attraction tJii U U J WITH OURA fIflMIQS 3a a K Noticesstock oed or grain wanted of for sale or oxchanRQ Inserted fo this col or PnrtnBrs aref re quested tq send in stock or crop items ftu publication l f I have a good young Jorsoy milch cow for sale cheap She isa first class milker WltLtAM PERm1L A Jessamine county farmer says Let your sued wheat get thoroughly ripe before harvesting and BOWO xithor kind and you will noyer Have smut wheat t t Itthat tho government hat within the lat tblrjir days paid out over half a million dollars in Ken tuOby for army horsud f 1 lAiis i1 pJllman vroro offering 65 cents for wheat today 0wlth a ffew take rd Tho Cincinnati Price Currant expects to see an advance in wheat Itbelieves tho yield baa been over estimated IJanvillo Advocate Iv t being shipped aro exceptionally fine this y oar and are bringing about 7 cents on tbe market As a cent or less will run them tjie purchasers of 5 cent lambs will make a little money Winchester Demo crat J The fastest niilo that has been trot ted tfcis season on the Lexington track J y twoyear Old was worked last week l y tho chestnut colt Billy Absbiro by Haxhall son of William Lo dam by Vatican He made a good strong finish In 22SJ xtT- he cows suffer moro from flIes and insects In summer then they do from cold in Winter While standing Iix the ponds they are idling time and the milk suffers in quantity Haute them cover them if need be and then turn them to pasture aftqr night when the insect hordes Uro not abroad litFew realize how many horses are required in tho United States army Each b ttery of artillery requires a bout 100 horses infantry regiments about twenty each and cavalry realm nts about 1200 to 1300 One hun dred horses are required for Gen miles headquarters alone each field officer is entitled to two horses i Tho recent sales of thoroughbred yearlings in Now York brought big prices several consignments aver aging e801l and 900 Fivo car loads wore brought back to Kentucky from estmentfl1Tboroughbred aro jubilant over the prospects J t t Mr J W Egbert of tho Kirkwood community Mercer county has for many years been interest iu boo cul ture and has been quite successful This year ho has broken therocord for the quantity of honey taken per colony Ho started into tho SUmmer with eight colonies On the 15th of Juno he bad taken 1853 pounds of extra honey and bad increasedtue number of his coloniosto eleven In OUDgC010nleslmade j T I Mr Joseph H Hagan of St Marys has a flock of 12 sbeep 11 ewes and 1 buck The flock produced him this year 22 lambs which ho Sold oh the home market for 8105 77 Ibs of wool for 1550 total 89305 As an Invept ment it is plain to see the flock was a good one and Mr Hagan viio is one of our most prosperous farmers is partial to the belief that his flook is a banner pne Who can trot out a a better Lebanon Enterprise 2TQTalia4 forJTlftyCenU araa wie leak tnw str c biooJ scr JcIL Orugxms i WhonlTnbler lugand protruding plies with no patti or loss of time Haydon it Itoborton Snap Shots With a Oraphoplionp The Graphophone is to the ear what tho photographic camera is to the eyp and more for the Graphophone catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter esting use of a Graphophone is to make records of your friends voices to be presorvedfor future use You can catch the story of your jolly frieud just as he told it or the favorite song of some loved one just as she sang it and have it reproduced perfectly at any time and as often as you please Besides the Grapho phone affords wonderful entertainment in the way of repro ducin the UJUHC of bands or chestras or vocal or instru mental soloists Np investment will return so truch in pleasure as the purchase ot a Grapho phone Itis the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue No 80 to the Columbia Phono graph Company No 919 Penn sylvauia Ave Washington BC Ono MlnuKrin nut long yet rolls is obtained in half that time by the use of One MInuto Cough urcH pioyenls conHUinplion and quickly cures colds croup bronchitis pneumonia lagrippo and all throat and lung troubles Waters tBrowne QukRTeRLY REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF- PEOPLESDEPOS1T BANK iNCOUFOnATED SPRINGFIELlKY At the olesaof business Jand80 1393 UOtJ1CES Ldans and Discounts baa lleans to DhectnrsIeloo28o713ioA inI62100OVDue trnNatlo batks11417i87 Due frottf Stato Lana tAM liI lto85 BaHtdpneuteaBdl ti 479J88 tot gelJ t2600UUSpuciu f416133 Currency 2TIWOO 06C133 Furniture and FLxtur 12W 3- 8Total1l38SLO2y Capital StockOOOOLIABILITIES c 00 Surplus 6800 00 UdTrtdfjd ProQtA r tfV179Jl lPile Depositors all folloWIIIIwbcQIntertTiao certlttoaUia ttt deposit on Which intorrbfcls paid t 3 KOft 119803 09 Total jWttJlU3- J A dUL7AIlE CashIer 9D ROUBHTsJx Prea State County of IeuuokyJJ J ss IeoplosDepositbusiness on Main street in the town ofI SpringfIeld In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report In nil respects n true statement of tho condition of saul bunk at tho close of buslnews on the 30th day of Junolees to the bent of lila knowledge and belief Rod further says that tho busll tw1Inotice received from tho Secretary of StntoaloslKnatlng the SOihdiiy of Juno reporthallJ A nourw ARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn tto before mo by J IJOULWAKE Cashier the dj day of July 1803 A P McELROY yP Washington CluntylyiCommission expires January 1000 O UOBKHTSOJfl CM AH c McGIhL Directors It W CIBMBNT ftcznnrI4nbh l ItcHCiir Mrs Michael l Curtain Plaldtlela III makes the Mjntomont that she caught Ii cold which settled on her lun ojsho MaiJ trotitcdfor a month by liar family phya I 11wus IIIII a bottJooand to liar clellht found herself bonefltud from iratdooo She continued Its and iifuf taking six loitlwiii found herself sound and well now does her own housework and is as well as she l ever was Freo tml bottles of thltRront discovery at lJa don it ItobertsonVi DrugStore Large hoUIC t0 cbiand J1ULtNUN FUIt Below is the speed proRrm of the MarIon Oounty Fair and Trotting Association to be held at Lebanon Ivy August 16 17 13 and 19 1898 FIRST DAY TUESDAY AUG 16 Threemlnuto Trot 200 Freetoiall Trot or Pace Soil 240 Paceb 16- 0SEOONDDAYWED AUG 17 223 Trot 300i 235 Trot 200 THIRD DAY THURSDAY Auo 18 225 Paco 9 OOI 21 TrotM v k 800j 245 Trot 200 FOURTH DAT FRIDAY AUG IB 217 Pace 9 200 219 Trot 80QJ 8hor rings will bccur each morning Floral flail dlsplayfflrst morning t D0LDRXO SAM TlfPALDI President Secretary I w 1jiE buslosiT 1 LZtDER ensandotbW ft It hESTAflVEn7jsxNo Dxmr JjewSeries l J a 1 a 18igBarg ains In Clothing f Our wantStowinterto goDSo 4 fri 1 rWe are selling oursLawfls Q gt f3 and Percales cost r IIrlt Fine Lawns 4c worth 50 I totOrgandies 130 worth 20C ojfjl 1t4u i Organdies worth i tjoc 15 i JlFrench Organdies Igc Wth2OCJ t Percales 6c worth 8c 5 If lIIiYP- 1 Percales 70 jjvorth xoc r French Percale ioc worth xcl All these goods are the latest gties Window Curtains 450 w rth Z5 a itiiWindow Curtains 850 worthit2 r r f Window Shades soc worth Sac V i Best a Table Oil CJoth iz I2C woith 200 ifIt L f A flue line of Table Linen Napkins T6velipat tithe Lowest Prices Also Laces Enjbroideiy Rib bons will be sold at Cost Prices h1 S BARGAINS IN STRJl tD Sf tqn ItrI Straw Hats30c wortilrijcJ 4 i ItL Straw Hats 55c worthZ5e 2 J ItP e4 linen Hats 2ac w ttlrfQc r r 4 i i r v LlnullHats 40c wprtK 65c s i i S r i afAlso the same bnrAaisiI Mens and Youths Bts 0 Big Bargains 4ai Men S UJlQerWL r I Dont failto readi shoe advertisement the best baigainsti1 r ever been quoted i f l Mens Shoes 95c worth 140 Mens Shoes 100 worth 150 Mens Shoes 200 worth 300 Mene Shoes 295 worth 400 I J we a I v lare to flI I Facts About the The offieicl world de servos nono of the credit for any phase of h the Philip It iii the Chinese sum a halt million who have gone far intjn the with their wares a love for barter and trnde atnnnsr the natives It is the thu and most of all the wbo hive the business that have j a the iargr Eastern cities Some in private life have also large in asf0r two of who in few of the to beI simply u part of the macbiue for revenue the bead the louse tax the after another six ports to only when graut pres Sure becano In ono sense Spain to have lost the before and tho other nsur the columns of the Nzrtvs ls buyers reach th I If our great among made J 41 Fine 65p orYl i at WQ worth l25 at 125 175 J v s Ht 165 wcrth 225 jWt A r With every S25 trade give away beautiful pitupiIS30Q We always serve you iWmSMITH CIIII KENTUe7IPhlUplnc3j Spanish progress pines bering interior cultivating Englishman American German organized enterprises tveryManilla respectable posttiort Spaniards fortunes business instance brothers General years1 troscujttunrtioD Sraniard verIDf purpoSe organized coJJecln import taxi 01herJimposts UPJrWfry 1Splinforeign commerce Jrnsistible soenj PnUipplnes Agulnuldo wldeathike through jir at have Ladies Oxfords IliOD irlOxfords Oxfords yvcrth Oxfords ready gent chiefs raised their revolt and long oefura Dewevs fl jet thundered injanllls Bay Her grip npon every legitimate Iiu l thej1iSlaodS passedjiutoShoremldnea the toll talter and thai alone There iJa 1sfebodvl of the bettor classl natiVes many of them mixed bloods nova few 01 them with a strain of Spanuh in their voles educated Ittrgely through the religious ageucfes of Spain who revblted ngain threo years agoagainst all things Spanish lbey ari found in Lu 2 Hi in Pdn yndiu some other islands anti they uru tne insar gen is of today Inaword itmaybejsaH that tho V resources ot the Pbilip- limps have been tipuetd pijly Blona thu vpryspauida Com mpr ially anti industrially thol interior of all tthe islands is as yet H saId bottle extj pt to the peddling Ghitvs with his pelttir trada TImer ta reason lobe Ueye that fev parts of the world aria richer in gold copper iron lead and sulphur th itf the Phil Ippfnes but they are not attain able in the roadless interior Large eniQrprises like the Phil jippine Mining Syndjcttte are operating on theobapts anti will push inland whon thwSjr can bQ openedC 0 Ad4i 4tiMl iiors Weeklyi L JI A News LEADER 100 a year Jt tnofccs s lc alfferenco tor cot twhether yOu uafcfor tutnum Fntlele f yesQr seine other kind You got fOr yotlr mOoney get colvrsiiUatt will faitt that will uotsbmndwps14imand havo jfg 5t a aukago for woof anti one for cot but Aslc for Putnams FaikloM tIles and- nuLdiu thip Sohhy Wat rft SBroh CUre Qh n tlpatloo Vororer Take Caitcutnll C idv Cathftrlla lea or 2e JIf C C 0taU to epro dcugsltiia rv tuui Jnontv =r Does Baby Thrive Ifyour baby is delicate and sickly anpitsfoQddbesl not nourish it put fifteen or twenty drops of Scptts Emulsionl in its bottle thre or four times a day and you will see a marked cbange We have had abundant proof that they will thrive on this emulsion when otbcr food fails to nourish them It is the sam with larger children that are delicate Scotts Emulsion seems to 00 the elemenrla Kfugjn their food Do nqiftotiy it- your i children do nor tlirLvt Q r rthcm It 4s4 r t KIIIII ifitc aOyilh w Yek j t J1W3LEADER t THE NEWSLEADER IE L DAVISON JR d THURSDAY JULY 7 1895 WAR BUl L BTINS AFTEK4Jie assault by the tAmerican rfrmy under General f Shatter on Santiago and the great achievement of tho fleet Tinder Admiral SimpSon ra de strbying all of CereraS ships as tho tried to escape from the fcarboV there has beenalnll in the fighting but it is only a questiOn oftIt few hours when a final movement will be made against the Spaniards which it is expected will result in the1 t3ll of Santiago and the probable beginning of the end of the war xIt is given put afr Washington 4hafc under instructions frbra the t President Gen Shafter and Admiral Sampson held a con ference Tuesday The result 7 trasa determination to open the j1vay for the entrance of the fleet tfJiIt t he Jidrorby a joint attack1 ftpf army and fleet on Morro Cas tle This will iiJd6nia today unless there is another change I of plaits Thisi i iis said to have xen the original plan of attackI buhas reiectedby t Gen Shafter for hiis planof attackIiginforce by way ofc Caney The arrival olGen Pattdo vitb xeenforcements for Gen Linares is confirmeU but it is tatedy ref ugoesfrom Santiago0 ihia even with these fresh troops the force iin Santiago numbers 4only about 11000 effective mn tho Spanish losses during the two days battle having been irery heavy The Spaniards made a sortie fa 41Lm ther trenches at 10 o lock Saturday night attacking the lef tof our line fut were driven a back Again at 1 oclock Sun ilay morning they came out with ialike result Early Sunday norning firing was resumed by V both sides all along the line rt v Lnumber of killed and f ounSeo lathes Anieridan army ijiS4ntiago opl to Sunday nornlI ngisiioehttmatcdatTwelve r have been ordered to move at once tyreenforce Maj GenShafteri tndittpectei all will have sailed by the end of this week- irom Newport News New York I OharrestonSavannahand Mobile 4 bong them will be the First f sdSecond brigades of the First Division from Chickamauga un2ter Gen Wilson The first fKeritucky regiment has peen fT kiigaitt transferred and did not avo with the First brigade f It is nowAnnounced that trans porls have been leaving Tamjia Almost daily for a week past 4andjhave taken alogether about I god troops to Geh ShalteXj bgfdes largc Kiuantltics of sup pICSjtI bJ iJ anlg t atil1ey Spain is breaKingf the news i gently to the excitable Spanish uleople Monday official state nients asserCeSlha Corvera badI escaped Yesterday it was an hdunced that Cervera had lleft iaa Santiago because owing to the arrival x f Oandog army his protectiOn was notnecded Later a slatenient wasi5sued that the w44Atwp torpedo Koafc destroyerS werelost tilLlater it was Dod1 vmittedthattW of the cruisers were destroyed that Admirali CJerverawasa prisoner and that t the dispatcMcontaining the now hadnotbdeu1ull decipherad IMi THE T convention to nom-inate a 4 1emocratia candidatei for Judged I Ij jpf the Court of Appealsis m ses sion at Lebanon Hfif to the hour df going to press no nomi nation had bceri made Mr Jft P Thompson wfio iEV Garnott pman hasbeou electetLcnairman i For Headab 1 dons bellcrvr there cvcr- a5BogoodaplI1asAycrsr I have Txea a victim of ter Tc fII riblc bcadachcs nod never fonndanythmg UcYcm i wquiclclyw P AYERSPIFJ CCLNEWILANDugSpuxV TKESTCCKY boys who joined the army will soon bo given a bhance to smell powder jn Cuba Orders have been given for tho movement of Gen Ernsts brigade howat Chickamauga The first Kentuckyvin which the boys bfs Washington unty enlistecHs the brigade Itis thought tbe- uJe regsments will go direct to Santiago r Gkro BRADLEY and Asst A3 jt General Forrester pnetside and enc tllemDn on the other have opened upa wordy war at long range and through the columns of the newspapers over some matter of small irrl pbrtanco concerning the equipS ments for the Louisville Legion It strikes usas being a bad time to start a war of talk when there iis so much real ghting to b6 doneIFolevs llonoy nnd TAr is tjunrnnlccd tto glvo prompt relief in all cases of AKthtnu Do not claaa this with othori mctllclues that have fulled to give relief Glyo It a tual Iluvdnn Uoliertsou Durinc the hot athor last sumaner- badft3VOr6attaCkft1f cliolera morliu neevstattiig Ituivlnj businessmy my ayMrC AUare of Jlare Uro 11 ail6 Ohio After taking two sea Chauiberlulna Colic ortbrcoII Remedy I was co lieved and in row houcs was s Unie my work In the store I slncorelv irecominend Id to any nnu afiltctcd with stomach or bowel trouble For eale by lIlaydou it KnbertKon it Is not what manufanurer gS abunt his own moJIcIne that curtis a pa techt but what tho medicine does BaJ lards Horehound Syrnp does the work nndaleSit wet Jt corn coughs and buld ln udav Its hcallnp8 Mthlnjf and qalbtiujr ThtttOtt Haydon t KobtrttiOij l1 LITStYhFrom ftoizUlartorrcspondoht On Sunday morning the 31 Ins Mr James Pinks n depart edl this lift after long but pa tlentsufferingfromconsumptun His remains were tuterred in Mt Freedom cemetery thlsf county We extend sympathy to the family Rey W i1 Overstieet Misses Ella Duncan Lizzie Leachman and Nellio Litsev are m Lexing ton this week altendmp Cbau tan qua Our Cbautauqua circle has now completed a four year course and a number of its mem berswill receive diplomas IL has proved a source of great pleasure as well as instruction Miss Eloise Moore of Prank fort is visiting Miss Mary Do hocey Several couples from this sec tion attended the lawn ft to given by Miss Martha Hayes last week Mr and Mrsf Ritchie of Nel sin county and Mr and Mrs Smock of Mclntire vsited their brother Dr Smock tbJs week Mrs At die Brwn of Dan villa and Mrs Stepl ea Brawne and two daughters of Missouri are visiting relaties in this section Wr and Mrs Elmer Vreeland of Louisville will be the guests of Miss AdaliDi Merritt next weEik G A Dohoney PaTOolumbia IY j ltIs week WatOBnpn bought a lot of mules from G A Duhoneylast weekIThe recent rains have pu erowing craps in a flourishiuir coudition in this vicinity llotidirful JHuryHou are expr xslons frmjnuutlv licnrd about Koleya Klcluoy lure Do noi full to tiy tlilti jjroat rnniwly for nil kIdney Iron tile Ilaydnn tt Hohertwin hI have uwt haml rlulnn Cough Routed In my finilh fir years nud nl f iwavM wlti good re ultf Mr W 1 opqffJI El Rio Cni For finill Hill ilrenwolliul It CfpeHrlly oltet tivo For MIl by Haycloii it Jlnbcrtwui Balhtnlri snow llnlinont cprcs rljou tniitlHiit uienratglnhcuidacho Kick head chit aoro thmut oiitH HpruiiiK nruinei old wmw rums nnd nil pan and hula innnort The most pouctn tin IliiiineiU InUit world Try it SQc llnydoii Ito rtIWn rINVIGf Prom Our Regu1trtorrauupondenL The very busy season for harl Vesting has nearly costd and on closer examination the whea yield rsjioiwsupptud to come up lto exiwciatidub by at least 20 per ceut Timothy meadows are not hove an averuge while clover iis very rank and fn many places fallen it cantut be saved Country people have been so very busy the past week very fewhave bad aL opportunity tto yisWand our personal iterrs are s9 t Mrs JR Ray born and daugh tter visited at Springfield Weducs day iast Mr and Mrs Wm Sallee vis ited the latutjy of ibmasSallee pouiniiiiijCat ntedisensesto get rid of ItThodlsenso ml1uCSIneffect whatever cpcifiocurests the only remedy which can roach the bloodMrl g Ky hud Catarrh for years Ho writes t Jiateverbcxksad washes and differ ant Inhaling rcrnedirfi In foot I could feel thateach winter I was worse then thoyear previous wasbroughitomy that Catarrh vsa a blood WilkIngI law It xrasunreosohcUo byremedies11reached the surface trySConUnUngtystem and a completel the result advise all who hive 1scrl disease to treatmentwhtchhasnoverdono My that can reach tho dieaso and cure It To continue the wrong treatment fcr Catarrh is to continue to suffer Swifts Specific is a real blood remedy and cures obstinate deepseated diseases which other remedies have no effect whatever upon It promptly reaches Catarrh and mver fails to cure even the most amrravated cases ssos theBloodiis bonlyloodreunedydangerous minerals Books mailed fret by Swift Specific Company Atlanta GeorgiaT neat Valley Hill Sunday Mrs iaallee is very low with a din gerous type of typhu fever Mrs B F Fenwick who has been qrite siqlc we are glad to state is convalescent J P Thompson and brother of TVxas passed through here Saturday enroute to thlthroun tam of perpetual youth Ta tham NallyIIvcu Saturday and rvport a tie liirlitful I liruH aud the far a suc cess financiallytFriday being the first dav in July and the first day on which a lhtf il contract could be drawn button teachers and trustees of couiiiKtn schools there was touch rpbusluess done in that line Sofa r as we eta llearn most schools are coLtrauteit fur or held for parties who expect to be exam- Ined Some of the fortiiuates arpProf Ur eneth Peter Brush Grov W P Grtirsbt Hutdest school M D Montgomery Wai tous Lick Joseph Mansfield Maud Thos PraytLer Rocl bridge Dee Sweeney Mayos district Miss Maggie Smith Fredericktuwn Miss Pearl Adams Fenwick Miss Emma Nunan Cecilville The mistake in names charged partlytvpoapology for cur part of it Indeed it has been an unan swered question in our mind for years where the country correspondent finds the inspiration or evHL a very abundant rospira tion to recnforce him nanh wppk in hii mission of love Cold facts are not always so palatable and the corro is expected to ovprIdoway escape but it will depend ou very fortunate circumstances Then if frome corro is very active in hunting palatable news ne runs great risk of being ovei officiou bl1tU he dont eet something each week beis voted a failure awl his honorable place on the fluff is soon filled by a more efficient man We repeat that bftur years of vary ing ex perience as a corro the qua linn our mind has often asked I itself has never been answered aid UM nave Contented ourself by believing that our bump of vanitY was abnoraally enlarged we had not intended making ft jiublfc but now it is out and II wan c know how much more vain I am Than other corrosin olderII from ote named can you si e for wanting to be a corro to a country paper Sheriffs Sale a F- ORTMXBS On Monday July 25 lUOU The eamo being bounty Curt day I will offer at tho Court house door in Springflold Ky to tho highest bidder the following described property or much thereof as will pay the taxes andcosta due me 03 oxDeputy Sher iff of Washington County Ky from the persons In whose name sdd prop erty is listed for taxes of the years rADAUSland for the years t88304 0300 and 1897 2005 HB POWELii EiDoputy Sheriff Waphb lon Co lenllon old Soldiers Tho manufacturers have instructed Haydon t Robert n to given cattle of size of Colors Colic Core froe tatho lirst soldier of the civil war that applies for same It Is a croat remedy for chrbn tlo diarrhoea cramp colic and all bowel cjmplalnta BEFORE BABT IS BOIL1T A Valuable Little Book of Interest to All Women Sent Free ISvefy woman looks cram tv jth 1P1 logs of indeacribnblp joy to the om mo mentons event of her lireccmjtimHl with which all others pnlo into insipid cance How prond and happy slip witAbe when her jirecfotia babe nestlivi her turenthuow swoot hut nnne o Jlotherl And yet tier huppy nntScl pation of thjs event is cloutlfd willAiiiit givligH of the pntn nod dimmer o the ordeal 50 that it Irdjyissilile t tiavoidwhich creeps over her Tutu dtihgui nnd HfrefiiiR attendant upon being mother can bo entirely prevrnuil si that the coming of the little stranp need tint be looked fonvard to wit fear und trembling as is so ofton th case Every woman who rend Uu patior can obtnin absolutely free a rnl uhble and attractive little book cult hymlinhprh Regulator Co Atlanta G aTluis liontcontains pricrl s information to nl women und no one should fit to s jn tor it KEWS LEADER 100 a year A DUEL tN THE SNOW The Icnldent Upon Which Wa rounded Gerbmen Beautiful ricturc pGoromesicture A Duel In tho Suow the mist of early morulug one autagouist is lying on his back on tho ward while his adversary leaning oil a friends arm is slowly walking away from the bceno cf the encounter Both are wearing the masquerading cos tame of a Pierrot In a thicket a car riage waits to drive oil with the sue cessful opponent There is every reason to believe from teceutly disclosed information by1 Alfred Darimou that in portraying on ctfuvns that liunressive episode the artist was not influenced by solely 1wiaginative caprice but that he has repro duced a menu in real life Tho facts are as follows Tho duelists were M Julos Brame a former minis ter of public instruction under the sec ont empire nud M D D a well known Journalist on the staff of one of tho most influential newspapers in the of Franco When tho duel occur ed both wero studying for the bar One Shrovo Tuesday they in company with friends had repaired to a restau rant on the Boulevard with a view of enjoying a good dinner and afterward of going to the masquerade roll nt tho Opera They oil agreed togo aa Pier rots As they all wore masks some ono suggested that they should adopt some distinctive sign by which they could recognize one another In the crowd b D suggested that they should pin n lit bel bearing a number to their backs The idea was unanimously adopted and D D prepared the labels accordingly While so doing a diabolical idea came into hits head It was carnival time Why should ho not have his little joker When It was Jules Oracles turn to have a ticket plnzkd to his back bis friend D D had written in large llettcri beneath the number 1 am Jules ttraiuo It Ono can easily imagine what rras the resale No sootinr had Brame set foot in the main passage to tho premiere galerip than ho was followed by a lady wearing a mask who on his pro paring to enter a private box cried out T wish you success Jules Bramo Later on on reeuteringthc passage he was surrounded by a group of masquer dders who with one voice shouted out Good day my dear Brame That proved to him that ho was known to every one although be was puzzled to JboPassing opener the girl burst out laughing Ho inquired angrily what she was laughing at Why the replied I am laughing at the many idea which led you to pin a label on your back with your name on it And suiting tho action to the word she unpinned tbo labeland hani- ledittohim Jules Uranus considered tho joko not only in bad taste but insulting Ho findinghimangrily in the hooTIng of the crowd in listing that ho should apologize openly then and there D D resenting his friends attitude toward him declined to apologize A duel therefore in cordance with French bujits and cue toms was inevitable Seconds were at once chosen Short swords wore proI cured and iu their Pierrot costumes thu antagonists started for the Doll do Boulogne Fortunately the duel did not end fatally aa seems to bo the case in Gcromofl picture for although Bramo ran his swurd right tbropgh D Da body no vital organ was touched He recovered very quickly and the two an DsalnWcaUnluater TO BEGIN NtrtSlN rICTlUn 1 Good Advice For Three Who Attempt to tin 1hokIRend up on you will get some useful information anyway and see what you can do with that Dont tukoyour sceiio traIn Francd or Italy wharo you have never been j It1ounot been douo to death or a unhackneyed or unfamiliar most of it Now England hasaltuatlouI ran upon that it affords to a few exports The middle states nudI those between tbo Ohio and tho lIternryjfieldmain reliance its day ia done Avoid hifalutiu spread caglo andriproarj lUg styles they are of tbo yet remoter past Find out what your bent is if you have Tiny and what you have to say anything if not eek other pursuitsifI Remember that a poor story or esSay of less yahoo than a peck of inferior 11I ples and tnt tho author of a bad novel is entitled to no more respect than Ai shoemaker ora farmer who does not understood bis business Tho pIoneers of our literature way have done what now seems poor work but they know no better then und had nothing better they wero pioneers and as such entitled to a placoiu history but nobody is go tug to write the history of the multifarious literary efforts of our time that come to nothing Whatever you do take pains with itTry at least to write good English Learn tocrltJoiso and correct yoar work Pat your best into every sentence If you are too lazy an carolqss to do that better go into trade or politics It iia easier to become a congressman or mil lioualre than n real author and have too many bad story tellers na it la i Lippiucotta Magazine No Griping or Patu- Arrowsmlth IlLJan 21 1S07 Dear elntTI have boon bothered for 15 rears with constipation and I have tried many preparations duringthat time I commenced using Dr GaldTreUa Syrup Pepsin in the fall of 1855 and un holtUuJtly say it is tho best remedy I have over found fofr mv trouble Jfo gripinz or pains after taklqj Yours etc Wit UuhT- VVdlorsA Browne THE W08DDPS OP SCIEHCE Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Bfe Cured andbolenttatReaders The distinguished New York chemist T Slocum demonstrating his discovery of a it Habit and absolute euro for consump on Pulmonary Tu crculosls ann all bronchial throat lung npd chest diseases stubborn coughs cuUxrrhal affections gen eral decline and tvpakucss loss of flesh and conditions of wasting aVrav will vend TflKEE FREE norris all different of his now discoveries to any afflicted render the NBWSLEIDBII writing for them hlUlic permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple prufeM tional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily derolopes now wondersncd tthis great chemist patluntiy expocimcnting j for year has produced results as bencflcia to humanity us can bo claimed by any mod ern genius His assertion that lung troub lIts and consumption are curablo in any climaU is proven by heartfelt lettei s of gratitude tIled in his Americon and Euro atio laboratories thousands from those j ured in all pat4s of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and curtain death 1111Ipromptly sent 3utllr should take instant advantage of this generous pryposUIon Fleam tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the NEW8Lt DonS Minp Illin He has a bad attack of colic and 4s mak ing for Hnvilon tRohartRnnlI drug toro 2511ntHII are tlov who have not loleyg Coilc Cure In tlio family JIaydon A Robert Ron AGENtS MKNTED FOR THE LIFE OF Wm E Gladstone JOHN CLARK RIDPATH The most celebrated orntpr and states man of modern times His brilliant genius and remarkable character higrandachievements an Leader and Primo Min TsUir bis magnificent triumphs in proat politics Btrueclea including his famous tC1doteseuFtC1F llelt for 80 cents In stamps to cuTer post Most liberal teeing guaranteed Twenty days red It Freight paid Ageni making t5 to QJ a day he limit in fluid Order outfit today Experience tLII loctlolllthis IIIThre is tio About Xn qiiMftion inrlceil with those vbn have Uhcd It hut Folcys Kidney Cure atsolntoly mliubla for all kidney ar dabadoralsojiHPn Ilnydnn A R ourtfton 10B1dpain slll80nt Whbksy at foot homo FIU nabt of totI 9UJ FY iLl Auun vane jut lill1oz Dt OFFICIALs WAR BOOKby Conprossmjn James Rankin Youne All about War with Spain the Navy All de fenses Battle Ships etc Portraits nd biographies of Dewoy and all prominent ofiluers Nearly pages Ma sivt vol nine Marvelonijr cheap Utst author ExIpLrlunroAmerica Write us Fiftyiersoal arc employed In our corrcupotidcnce depute m nt alone to serve you Onr book Jtwt thoIpromlumsmaker ever known t liberal Urui guaranteed Agents making 8700 to fi8 M per day Twenty days credit given Freight cold Full book sent prepaid to anon ti 1145 Splendid sample outfit and fulling structions fte1 fur nine Sount stamps tb pay paperMONROE M 4t CHiCAOcf ILL I was afllcod with catarrh lt ouJ tumn During tho month of October cnud neither taste nor smell Dud con hour hut little Elys Cream Bniu com it Marcus Geo Sliuutr Jahway J That dark brown taste and liori nntalh you have In the mbrnlug Is caut od bfItn Inactive llvtr So no incdlclnrn relieve for a white others for n few da but llerbinoinires Haydou tHjbartsoi t Of OALWLL8iSYRUP PEPSI I CURES CONSTIPATION wa-of fiAs the bellbuoy enables theImariner to avoid sunken rocks shoals so Dr Bellts PineTar Honey wards off the serious cones quenccs of a cough neglected It stops the cough and cures the cause with rtan PaId hundreds of ton and for m lctnfbat evel1t I tried Dr Bells Plne T Thlt wonderful remedy saved J D flOSEL DR acoolhrOrI I 1 a cnanatKd cure for throat long and chest Including uthm IA Grippe whooping coacU creepSiideuUte5m tOati 5si pn Ipar 7nLEssnMelx- paihac raei Jr I0c Keep II Posted ONTHEWAH i By a special l arrangement and for a short time only we will offer the Twicea Neek Courier Journal AND THE NewsLear tie Year F- orSi25 Onlyly IThe CourierJournal has the BEST war news serI vine of any of them and you get it twice a veek with the New I eader making three papers aweek or 156 papers a year for only Dollar and a Quarter This ofTen is ppento nil dli subscribers to the NEWSLEA Dfeu WhO pay up and one year 16 advance and tOi any new bI scrlbers We cunsidor this one of tbeI most liberal offers wade and there is no reason why Ion one should not keep posted one the warj news and home news as well Address communicutluns to- E L DAVISON JR Pub NEWS LEADER Springfield Kr Conn try Store House For Rent Best stand on Springfield branch railroad Springdclii 1Andcountrytorceuunrutic nnn to step low a good buutinesa- For further particulars addmss Mrs T 8 O UUN li Y Valley Hill Ky or A R CAROTHERS Custom lou o Louisville Ky Whets iisv Take Your camII the most licccosary article to ou uf tor your pocket hook Foleys lullc Cure It la an abfniut pta pent Ion or run of all drrHngementa Ie bOws cuuMjd bya change of water IRnh4I JIo iffascinating lawn tion of tho age Alwart ready to entertain If 4ato4 music of tnndsorebest- ens vocalists or ln tru mental soloUts There nothing lIko It for eniennunment aprepareda is not limited to such performances Ot thC Gnphophono you can easily make anduutanur rcpmduco rccorosof the voice or any wand q Thus it constantly awakens new Interest and its charm is ever fresh The reproductions areIclear and brilliant Grapopaoaes are SlId fIGP 10 fManufactured tinder the patentt of iietITliter- xdion 4 I and Onre nil aerters cUba worl4 foTiktntMftthifl1fl4a- tklagsikcuP Wdte tar caUJope Columbia Phonograph Co DEPARTMENT 80 g No gWASHINGTON1 g New York Paris Chicago ft t Louis Philadelphia KultimQro Washington Buffalo I EJncAte Yoar llorrcl TVIII Cincaret Candy Cathartic cure constipatIon forever c1f C aC taU dniss urcrund money T EEverybody1dy lS 14 if Kows r J 1 THAT CCiniillgham rDDnC HF l are showing the largest stqclc- ofr Dry Goods Clothing Etci l awl selling at Lowei Prices than riny house in towhJ these 4TWO FACTS account for the qIIlarge and increased tradfeifo it this season j + c Our Dry Good and DreBsTrimrniotf Deparlrafritis vep tcomplete embracirip a great Vltietyor both black and cot I ors and plain andooveHIes We have just received ulaiire w tock of Suit Waist Pattert They8are beauties call and rL seetheme Our Shoe Dppltrtment ito r PRIDE and we are jhst1y proud of this Reason FOr we are IaLIaOIed P show M nJWomen and Ohtfdreu shoes and Oxfords in all tbecolprs j istvlbs and prides Vou will miss it if you Jail to see our stock a We Jpadiin Mens and Ladies furnishings Notions etc We call especial attention to our stock of Men and Boys Shirts Men and Womens Underwear Womens Rt4 dy made Waists and Skirts e You know we alwayjdo the Ilargest clothlpg trade of sPtr house in town We do iit because we give the btst and values for tbelegst money stylesrrWe are tnaki lFflsrial luries ouarpetS Matting i DtlceIOurtbin Wall Pager Etc Diint buy until Vo fs ehour stock tDont Forget our Indudefnents to Cash Buyers J O irncf = euraabr- Jtt j Mi BURTON It IIAILtlON BEN UAVDOK S Rii B l J1lt rrVTON j BEJ AN BR MANAOKH r S 1 Undertakers and Funeral Directors CQIINS t thsKps BURIAL 1 OF ALL iROBES KINDS r j J J J t afirr afi rI =HAWf BLtK PRINGFIEtb KY ArA i AarH tAll f Aj Easy yayir i TO BUY A III I BUGGYJI I T Come Down and see ME S1M KARRICK 11 I Down Town Below Thompson Hotel iiIOAiVH Vercrr A A II EXPERIENCE TELLS I i IN Tailoring As VeIl as in other ihatter Thfirm that makes only goad garments itpricestheandguarantees boundtuznuzt eitherits keep up stanjapjOlipiitthe field over22YRSthis has beefhepas1tion of M1 BORN CO1 De Grut Ckall kclltTaNtrs They ImaintainJI the admitted Theysre headof the custom tailor log trade of America Every j1 year of year tLer goods progress in the excdlence of orthousapatrons l1I 1 lolY tAls ubnmieIeIrRON suit oroteroteed as to ita fir st1c 01fe fully IIIPrnate and wnekmMship No mhtaTes Yowheiuun4redia1ithc1eit tuseIecjpm rleaCUNNINGHAM a DUNCANAGENTS w KY Lt IVfw w THE NEWSLEADER THE HBWSLfflDERn- auanra t BYEST THUBSDAT HOIWINO- V SPRINGFIELt KY 100 YIAII P IDIN ADVANOI LIcal Qt ButL otlceS 10 cents Pergino for tua first for8IL1hattCf Call on cndll tes and political matter conti tJO1I08 Job Work Is done at low rates bUt cash Imus be pnld on delivery of goods Adyerllslpg liberalurmsObItusje and n lntloos of respect 8 per line rAXOUV1rMExTs Votmty Magistrates 50CountrDlstrictOIDces iooo- Tdil IP R WiIdril DENTIST PertorinedI5 fit f TEETH EXTRACTED F WIThOUT PAINT = = l 1 bBp aove1 first Thursday 5 1 andFrlday dfeach month jj l j M = i 5 Maix OmcB B2SK Fourth Avenue 5 LOUISVILLE KY 2 S I r JOS B CKSSELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 14 v sPFPlCE HOUB8J 9tolOAMandltoRpM i OmcEilit McOhord Rcbertaon Bldg HUBER ri HORPI r t i DWIJSTI OFFfu Ii RisrnAnT BUILDOOj 4r f i ITSPR1NGFIETiDKY DR a 9iIPToej OFFICE I OVER crncuir CLKUKB OFFICE 7f BRJFRI 1 R If OFFICE HOURSt via tb2p 1 lrr EvEiiAY SIti11FrEID KY u 1iitMJ BDBIOBi RI ItiFNT bENT T TEETH EXTRActED WITHOUT PAIN- i bitlriBHnRan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KV All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass WFvNElKRK ATTORNEY AT LAA OFFICE with C C McCnonD JAS B RYANI Icj1 UOTIONEER 1 Land and to6kSales Specialty SPRtNCJFJELt KY rv DR CAtlcWELLS 5YRUPCURES INblQESTIOrfPEPSI N When ydu take a little for the atomachs sake be sure that you Ret a PURE ARTIOLB 0 h 4 l t IHE SDHpSIDE SALOON Keeps nothing but ti PURE WHISKIES if PURE BRANDIES q- 1PUREWINES CORDIALS I I K CIGARS DTdnAecQ J F GREENE Prop End of ew RobertWall Street Jxvrcr son Building IEiiii BLACKSMITH Horseshoeing I Carriage Repairing k4 andf General Blacksmithirig All work guaranteed to jgive atiafaction at the Casey SPRINGFIELD sbopI 5 E EE E E m ABOUT T0WNi a a a a a WOR SALE One bay press OO f GILL LOST On the streets of Spring fiele on Monday county court day a Masonic book morocco bound and in the shape of a pocket book The finder will please leave it at the office of the NEOSLE DERIIEDGAR BURTON 0 W HAGAN desires to an nonnce that be will deliver gro ceriesand ice to any part of the town free of charge TELEPHONE your orders for groceries or ice to C W Hagan He runs a free delivery wagon fend will deliver goods at your door on short notice WANTED Stock to pasture C C McGiLL THE annual convention of the Washington County Sunday school Union will be held at Mt Sjibh church on Saturday July 16 All sun daysc hOO1 work are urged to attend rsI MANSFIELD CL1 BROOKES Great Cut Price Sale on clothing Call on them for bargains Large stock Mens pants fine custom made all lo sell Ut a sacrifice Miss CE ELIA GRADY and Dr Jrr Eeddy both of Nashville Tenn were married at St Catqf trine llast weeks Rev Father Leonard officiating Mss Grady is well known in Springfieldp having been 6 graduate of St Catharine and has often visited this place MANSFIELD CLAVBROOkE are slaughtering prices on M hs and Boys suits hats and fur nishings See them for bargains j County Clerk Booker issued marriage licenses to Maggie Inni n and John H Devine and to Martha A Burkhead and Wm Milburni ABOUT twenty couples Ofa young people from town went toFredericktownlast Thursday on aniobnligat picnic f LADiESj cldntforgetMansJield Glaybrookes Great Cut Price Side on entire stock all through July and August Fine dress goods organdies laces mbroid erips and all must be sold ro l gardless f cost or yaluo Owiija to tin error in the ro port of cases from the Court ofI Appeals which appeared in tha Louisville papers the NEWS makinglthestatement the opinion of Judge Patteson sustaining a demurrer to the in Idlctmentrailroad for extortion in charging Ij j mile forfour cents per passen gers between Springfield and Bard town had been reversed instead Judge Patteson wasI sustained the Court of Appeals holding that the statute is unconstitutional MANSFIELP CLAYBROOKE place on sale this week to close outSOO pairs shoes slippers 1 oxfords and the greatest bar gains in Springfield DR F R WILDER Dentist of Louisville is here on his reg jilar monthly visit and can be found at Dr Herds office Will be here today and Friday only Mr Joe Conner of the Fred ericktown neighborhood and lcountyl grooms sister Mrs Kate Will iams of this place Rev W S Stallings performed the cere mony The wedding was a very quiet affair and quite a surprise to the many friends of the young peoples Mr Conner is a popu lar young farmer of the county while his bride is one of Nelson countys prettiest daughters Mrs o 0 McChord and Miss Blanche Griffing will sometime near the last of the month give the Old Maids Convention at the Opera House here It is rich and keeps the house in an uproar from start to finish They will have the rejuvenating ma china on hand and all the old maids in Springfield will lave getIgiven knoivsI Mrs McChord and Miss Griffing feel sure the entertainment will be a successt NEVS LEADER I a year THERE was a full delegation from here to go to Lebanon Tues day and yesterday to attend the convention THE Washington County Teachers Institute will meet at the schoolhouse here next week the session beginning on Monday Prof R M Shipp of Winchester has been enaged to conduct the institute andthe proceedings promise to be interesting and in structive to all who attend Prof Shpp is one of thebest instruct ors in the state and has beetien gagedin institute workfor a number of years and is particularly well equipped for such work THE hard rain on Monday pre vented a large Crowd from going to Lebanon to attend the races and Fourth of July celebration The Springfield band was on hand however ank furnished good music J6r such celebration as the weather permitted them to have good many of our farmers IA threshing tKeir wheat this The yield is a little disa ppointing not being up to ex pectations THE statement of the Peoples Deposit Bank published else where shows that institution toI hemin quitea flourishing condition THE colored folks had a picnic scheduled to take place near St popIntion earlyrindto furnish the music The rain however killed a part of the program NOTICEI will next fall open a Poultry Slaughter House and will pay the highest cash price for turkeys and all kinds of live Fowlsdnd eggsJC C McGiLL Sorenvs orlhe Lisig a forerunner cf serious trouble Dr Bairn Pino Tar Honey will Danish that roreneSp It will allay tho Intiatnutipn iM prnront furtner prbgrebs bf the dis ease it is tbo incut efficient riieans of caring coughs colds mid bronchial nf olluedlclnefiraruiillI TRAUEDY AT COUXISUVILLE A special from Harrodsburg date July 4 sayfe The bloody tragedy so bully perpetrated last night at Cornishvijle hri b arojsed the Indignation of the people all over the bounty os oetially the western portion tvhtjre the quadruple murder was committed A protracted meeting conducted by the 8anbt18catiouists has been in progre s several weeks uud lail night it was to close so an unusually llarge crowd was present aud tbe big tent was filled Richard Votaw who the rbreakr prepared io execute his threlJtI being armed with two colt revolvers and with a belt of ear tridgen buckled tr und him His oaths were terrible and preacher Bottoms asked some members to quiet Urn Thomas Hale a managed sixtythree who stood near thn dodr of the tent approached Him and in a friend4y e4y asked him to desist Without another tbPICblritt Atkinson a young married man was next shot below the chin the ball penetrating the top of the breast bone and sev eriug the aorta killing him in CiSldtsician hall passed this doctors coat und tbrougtI back of Miss Julia mot estimable young woman with whom the uung physician had attended church A steel stay in her corcot was struck by the ball before it passed through her body Toere is little bopEJI of her recovery Miss Nora flftedny rold daughter of Rev David Campbell pastor of tho Christian church who had dismissed his congregation to attend tbe tent servipep was sitting by her father when she was shot the back tbe ball passing inl hep body Reports at noon say she is unconscious and sinking rapidly After accomplishing his bloody work Votaw dtefitd any doe to come near lira exclaiming This is a free country and Im a free man mounted his horse and rode off In a few minutestt a posse waS nT pursuit but he escaped under cover of darI ness The Yotaws are all desperate characters It is said that Votaw spent yesterday in Harrodsburg drinking and gambling ucd declared be Intended to kill Thos Hale B Lawson and Dr Carrier before morning A few hours later he killed Hale and shot at Carrier He is accused of being the leader of the recent tollgate raids Four years ugo his hall brother Luther killed the two Mbsterson brothers in a pistol fight Three of the Votaws joined the army here three weeks ago and are now at Chickamauga Deputy Sheriff George Chinn and Jailer Uhatham with fifteen armed men went out tbill1 morn lug to assist in the capture Votaw iis heavily armed and isI thought will notsubmitto arres Be is considered the best pistol shot in Mercer county and may kill some of the posse before they can shoot him Hale and Atkinson were buried at Grapevine church this afternoon Miss Poulter it U said was soon to marry a young phy sician DerutigeU Fuucllunn often result trom the use of quinine hot baths anti hot drinks as rouivdles for it IItheBollh Ilne Tar Honey OMto the seat o tho trouble and chocks a cough at onco or cures a cold in one uigbt It exhilu Cites the lungs PERSONjL1Ilss H O Lee wits In Lebanon several days last week Miss Lula Reed and John Hardin were at Tatham Sunday Mr and Mrs Gabe Whajrton have gone to housekeeping MIss Mary Browne returned TaesI day from a trip to Eminence Miss Mattie Robertson is visiting friends in Lebanon tbis week rRoland G Colvin left this morn- Ing for Danville to visit friends G B Cunningham and Joe Mans field were in Lebanon Monday Miss Ailio Poore and Palmer McElroy spent Sunday at Tatham Mrs Frank Dents and family have gone to DcatsvIJlo to visit relatives Miss Ban be Grilling of Perry ville is here this woek for a visit to frlendb Miss Lizzie Leaobman Is in Lebanon this week on a visit to her sister Mrs JOhnBIfll 0 R McDowell came in from Danville Tuesday night on a little business trip Rev O tJtPush left tbip morning h for a months stay at his home In Grove Hill Ala Messrs Will Hagan Lewis Cain and Dave Oraycroft wheeled to Tath am Sunday 2u Miss Susie Bell who was the guosc of Miss Alice Noe the past week ban returned homo We rue to remark that Jbe Clay brooko was in Bardetown Sunday to see hli best girl Mrs William Muratta and MrsC James Duncan wore here from Bloomfield yesterday Henry Connor Miss Pearl Connor and Miss Trix Lodge lip nt the day at Tatham yesterday Mrs Mclntlre and Miss Jonnie McCabe have gone to Winchester on a visit to Mrs J G Scott Mr and Mrs C 0 McChord are in Lebanon this week stopping with the family of Judge Burton Mrs tUlle Handy of Texas Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Sidney Greene this county Mr Warren Ashby Parker a prominent attorney of St Louis Is a visitor at the Gray home Mrs W A Robinson and daugh ter Mlsd Beasts of St Louis aro guests of Mrs Dave iuncnn Janice Edolen the efficient book keeperat tho Peoples Deposit Bank is very ill of malaria fever Messrs E Gray Boydon Robert Campbell Joo Olavbrooke and John Hagan wore in Lebanon Monday Mrs E L Daviaon JrM who has been on a visit to relatives At Gontry vile Ind retnrnoJ home Saturday Miss Woodward and tho two oung Messrs Green of Louisville aro guests this week at the homo of W H Ieach man IJadgo Jack D ughorty ot Bardat through hero Monday onroute to Lebanon to attend the con vention Miss Wlllotte For ytbe and Miss Sarah Bryant two charming young orICircuit Clerk F M Campbell who has been confined at his bome for sometime on account of sickness Is able to be out again Mrs Edward Martin of Greenville who has boon visiting her par ent Mr and Mrs W H Lcacbman has returned homo Theo Campbell Is home from Lou Isvilie where ho has just completed a business coarse at Bryant lr Stratton Business College Mrs Ardle Browno of Danville and Mrs Stephen and two daughters of Kanbas City were visiting relatives lin and around Sprthgfto1dfli fbiat week 3 T Cotton Noo who has been living at Wiulamsburg for several months Ia shaking lianas with his kCottonisaysli and around Springfield once more Is refreshing to his soul And that beta glad to be here R M Geary Plrraon JUch writes Dos IttV Witch hazel Salve Is curinK spore piles hero today than nil othoi remedies combined It cures eczomn and all other skin diseases Waters tBrowne Late to bed and early to rise Prepares a man for his homo in the nklofl Jj Early to bea anda Little Early Riser Is the pill that makes life longer and wiser Water A Browno When you nro suffering from Catarrh or ciild in the howl you want relief right away Ony 10 centH reqmrvd to test it Ask your dniirglst for qho Uial slzo of iIya Cream liam or buy the size We mart It ELY nROS Warren St N Y City S E Parker Sharon Win writes I have tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo for Itching plies and it always Mops them hi two minutes I consider DoWitts Witch Uazel SalVe tho greatest pile euro on tho market Waters t lirownc t TItnt Hacking Cough Is undermining your constitution Cap ping yoin strength Dr Bells Pino Tr Honey will cure It This is one of the most vnluabo remodles of modern times for coughs colds andbronchlal troubles Druggists sell it Prico 23c No cure bo pay Is your child pony poked and peevish Does It havo cournlstons If it has worms Whites Cream VermlfURo Is the only safe cure Evory bottle Is guaranteed to bring worms 9c Hey don Robertson Dr Bell I iueTnr Ilonry will chek tho worst cough or cure cold In one night It cuts the mucus without exertion or slrnlnlng and stops thu clluh at once by soothing tho lull lined pasts It invigorates tho rrespiratory organs and lung tissues with renewed vitality Eureka Saloon I keep constantly on hand six year old MCKENNA WHISKEY made for medicinal use Ice Gold Lager Beer on Tap BIG SCHOONERS THOMPSON Prop- SPRINOPIELD KY THE MARKETS Tho following table represents the price paid for farm products In Spriogficld by the dealers therein It corrected up U octook Wednesday but is subject to variations thereafter on private advices from LfOubvillo dsaleri Wleatperbu 00 to 105 401Oatil401 Clover per bu 2 102311 Timothy urbu 133 to 150 OrchardUrass per bu 75 to 60 Hay Timothy pr cwt 50 jgajr JHover per cwta v 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARlS CATTLE Report furnished by the Louisville Live- Stock Journal Won Main Street Lou livilla Ky txtra shipping f4 50a4 7- 5tl ht shipping 4 60a4 631FairgOlTbl1scalawags 23a2 25 Oxen good to extra 3 5to4 00 Oxen common to medium V2 5u3 50 Feeders 4 a465 Stockers 4 5475 Wul 2 Mo3 00 Veal Calves 5 00 MILCH COW Choice much cowsaa 00a43 Fair to good i 00n25 HOGS Choice packing and butchers Fair 2i5Ibto3001b toSOOlb to good packing Ib 4 10I Oood to extra light 100180 Ib 4 o4 ttshoats llOloo lb 8 00I Jatshoits 1001 0 Ib 3 40a3 001 Pigs to 00 Ibs 375a325 Roughs 100400 lb U50a340 HHEEP ANDLAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 8 23a8 50 Fnlrtogood I a3 25 Common to medium 3 nSU Bucks 3 a350 Skips and scollnwngs per bead 63al 00 IDet875a425jTallond PRODUCE Report furnished by HerndotfCartcr co Murretlviilo Eooaateady Fresh rebaudled Ua9c ButTER Market firm Dost grades alCc choice stoik IJaHc packing OULTBT Market steady Chlckonsbons GaOXc roosters 3a3c spring chickens insr cosF afl geese full fen hcrOtIl per dozen t3a350 plucked per des 2a250 turkeys alive turkeys dressed SalOc ducks per per doz 175a825 BEAcsMlchlgan hand picked 120al40 new borne llOo to UiiiEs Green salts SaSJfc dry salt lOsllic dry flint ISjlOn FussRaccoon Nos ito 4 mink Nos to 4 skunk prime black 70a 8po short stripe narrow stripe S0a40c broad stripe 150 opossum 5al5c mukrixt 5a2ocM tox 60a5l25 gray fox cMxscz1LLxEocS8Jrghum molasses 22a 250 per gal beeswax 24c per Ib clover seed C276a325 per bu onlous 273a300 per bbL rags per cwt Prime white goos5 33a34c grey mixed or old S0a80c ONIoN SETS ned and yellow 160ariOO white as to quality 000a700 DRIED Arrtzs New sundried active demand 2Xa3c cropIper bbl WooLRest I a20c burry IGalSf tub washed 29a30c black clear 17al8c black burry 14alOc 1Jnn1F2504300jccotnmtnI li HAT ASO GnlIfBtst hay strictly fancy per ton lOalO50 straw per ton 400a 450 ear corn 3435o shelled corn in hulu 34Q35 feeding oats 83a33c wheat No 2 OBACCO MARKETS The quotationeCpmmlttee the Leaf Tobacco Ex change at Louisville for this weeki1897 CROP BED BURLEY Trash green or mixed 3 50 to fi 00 600IOommon loaf short 9 60 to 11 00I Common leaf ll 00 to 12 00 Medium leaf 12 00 to 14 00 Good loaf 14 00 to 17 03 III6 00 to 7 O- iCommonlugs6dOto 750 Medium lags 7 50 to 9 00 Good lugs 9 00 to 11 00 Common leaf abort 9 00 to 10 00 Common leaf io 00 to 12 00 Medium leaf112 00 to 15 00 Good leafl00 to 17 00 Fine and selections 23 00 FISH AND F1MIIIXG t jnsttsuedt Paul Railway defcrlpttro of the fishing resorts along its lines It will be found of interest to the professional angler as well to the amateur A copy will be sent to stampforonlj Gel Pass Agent Chicago III CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always fought Bears the- Signature of EGGS FOR SALE B Minorcas direct from Nor thup none better 1 00 for 15 Pekin Ducks pen headed by pair from Rankin weight 21 Ibsl 100 fOr 13 MRS D R LOGAN DANVILLE KY Lock Box 506 4rrArcc71 new J3ath Rooms JOHN TYREE Propri 1 4 i S g New and elegant bath tubawltn Ji lS all modern improvements Hot Hf B and cold water Baths at all l hoarse 25 cents Call and try 8 k one b f 4- titi MAIN STREET BELOW SPRINGFIELD HOTEL VA r AV V4VVvV 4 a E iGRJHaraionfJ i1 THE LIVERYMAN V Jt 5 Has on hand for the summer J season the BEST rigs in J town Fast and safe horses J and reliable drivers g II S If 1ta Sis Ig SPECIAL ATTENTION jj given to commercial men = Livery connection with the 5 Springfield Hotel 2 Is S MAIN STR5 TitgSPfliNGFiLD KY or p a- If Telephone No 3 If CC W flagall l THE GROGERYMAN 1 Would have you know that bo bandies S fe ICE g I whiohiheI pounds at the store or he will rfi rd Itbundredt It dStaplt d Fresh Country Produce MAIN STREI- TSPlfNGFIELD KY d BOYI Z f1Pitlts14toda lI5htt wrluriiad l 1 U15prEtUS it hem 5yet- aploywent i wllbnOdonrID uuulrda bent fcrzaii paitlcitatsfl14 UUlLVE nov o Urma HUJIng It tiroadirnjr Ke r York Uity V it Dont Toboete Spit ud Smoke Tour Hfe Inay- 7o quit tobacco easIly suit forever be mag netic tuft ot life servo and vigor take NoTo Boo the wflnder worher that inaUea weak men iznmn11teedi SterUng Ucmcdy Co CUcaeo or Vorlt i INOWl i p stne time to buy goods HEAP at ouristore Mii1 Allwool Clay Worsted SUIts p675othrhous s ask I Jf You much more money Mens Buys an l Childrens suits at JbsJnVout P s J JOuri f t Pfrciles Irons Gicup s v 7 Prints frorn8c Iup Q lJiJUStlie1ied another ofFrenchst prices that defy l competition L t Genuine Irish Lawu over yard widp worth 15c we faare selling at tHc Come and see them v tjWea year YVV having bought tbfem before the advance I Sri Hatting 12 iic worth jgc f c We ca rrrnore Mens Ladies fJShoes than aU the balance of the town put I f together and our prices are cdrredt All we ask tea lcbanc w name von prices Choice line Sailors Sashes Ribbons and Ties fJJ 4IMcChord be Robertson P rTiaOGEHTURY I 1 IMPLEMENTWILL MAKE tHGUT Ut No91Q1132l1- 3crL WIRE SEETHAT TWIST 1 CDJffiSt lf r r q See That Price Delivered to Yo Uses No9 wire for tne line nod cross wites and inikesttm dead look twibt that carinot slip Every machine guarantee e Builds ihi Pape stylfc of fence as well Pjaces cross wires on baru j wire fencing Send fur a sample of the fence and free circular RICHMOND SAFETY GATE CO Box lat RICHMOND IND IiMteLfiMflNTS t MAYESl Ht 41 tfJ l Undertakers and iFurnfture Dealers ff j- j A i xxxJ- sZVIe make a spccialfjrof embalming wpriv wHch is1 1wIl jV balf ilngf and we carry everything ia Unoettaiing 1 f goods and our stock is COMPLETE in every detail j Calls promptly attended to day and night fJ i Our stock of furnityre is fine and complete and ifj 4you want Carpets Mattings RugsrdiOm Suits Ap t Rockers Tables Chairs or anything in the furniture T I ny line give us a call X Q Ju JSu A MAIN STREET x SPRINGFIELD KY U 5 0 fl A BUSINESSman who wnnld win incceo In This bring ckd 1Jaf Urst 1ScljyutnOnlug u school Last stand Iu the very front r akthe BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE i tLOUISVILLE KY j 1F Write for beautiful book giving testimonials from igraduates occupying prominent positions all over jthe United StatesIt will be mailed FREPrsrar bVA lSTiS1c WE arc sill selling BUGGIES But we alsorhandlo al ki nd81 of FARMING IMPLEMENTS We buy and bell Hay Grain 44and Feed I We sell coal at tlm LOWEST 1 CASH PRICE M g Come ic and let us sho1you our new wheel eo VanW i fe A strictly highgrade blcy g cle in every respect and g selling at the extremely low- 4pricoOf f t 1104TP I Come in and examine the wheel and let us show you the eood poHits ahoutnt that otbers higher price drbtpossess I c THQPSON iti IC1E SPRINGFIELD 1Y- iV J VS v v PRIGE t YIIj j t r EDUCATION Ii laaheo1utIy te the YUftnrLD r 4 f Soreical Operation PreyeAJ6 i MRWlt OXi5 O tUX V HWk tTIk D M or1FE4 Fr4 a V Y Dr 3fr About pee jesys s I was e r Jllctfid With Kidney Dteeaee Onral tat Jgrow constantly wocM ItMlljr see of M t gravels leea Ja1 kWMrwkl row i t about to1JivalurrJalepenMiiar I toreinoett t r See nrdfR rEccsR5 XD ea acAcme QuM rscemesd4 Iiiatbtt tDt emlneacefor all dIeeeas of 1WWihe s and bladder J aalnducod tt trLAfter usfntw b4tt1e1pMa 1 halt as large srbie 6fitliHllliilI prevented I lirisaiorllnJroTedIi1 Its hlfllucdoeandl sa cars 1caanosiy itp esifarers te 1tIimiilli sk1o vor iIMcIkJ t motweW my lba MMIM tyat mqou1irei1 W T owe ptFor salo bY flatIehire NM J ff tBrnaty Jj I Clean blood tMe sc i 1 l beauty without it ei4rCe fi a tie Clean your blofxl ii Ite1wan M titTttiag Pl bc1azyI llcad sit jFpilji3 from the loJy liegin today banish PiurWei bode Hthef bUckhfM and that sk j b4lcuqculp eon byta t g fsrar tt tt4Ly for tnve13 AJK Ie fasta t fJtt1ined 10cyZ- r5CIr TTT wm i AN OPEN LETTERS MOTHERSt 7 1 1 WE ARE ASSERTING IN TIlE COURTS OUR fclGHT TO TilE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND PITCHERS CASTORIA AS OUR TRADE MARK I DRi SAMUELi PITCHER of Hyannis Massaohu soUs woe tile orimnator of CASTOR A the same that hoc borne end does now boor IIt the faocimilo JifTihi b tho original CASTOR A which lies boon used In 4 1hhomes of the Mothers of America for over thirty yearat J LOOK CAREFULLY et tho wrcppsr end see that U 13 the A1nd have always bought II y Mnd has the signatureu of Wo one boo hor1ty Jrom moto my flame OXCqPt ffia Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is President v Maroh 24 898Ih 041 DdI I 1 TTMUIMArsTllcrr a Jack ChlnnB Fox Storj IUI V When in Kentucky recentlytE J said Mr A J Martin of New tviink to the VashiagtonPost1dj uihad the pleasurel IqJ vfitfa Colt Jack Churn the not c democratic politician dldlf aud raconteur Col Ohinc is t kindest hearted man in the world hi but yet to use au expression A t i often heard in the bluegrass re ute t gion he is not a safe man to a a project with Project in this t sense as 1 learned was synony znous with the wold monkey iwben used as a verb f While imbibing a fow juleps t of the flavor of mint with Col lay J kat his hospitable home he told me several remarkable 01 f stories I sball never forget tle wonderful story he told of the U fox that for years had been out in chvltti k all rhe hunters of that e region though I despair olgivw ingLtlniithIngllke the vivd jw4r of the narrator of 1d to This fox said Cot Chinn1 had been hunted by oar local sportsman for near about seven Years There was a certainty gi 1 LeJr that all the fox hunters knew like bots know their arithmeticg tables BaUu e had slatu P ddlalI vrur every uffort to capture alpi tainty to ft bluegrass pasture on J aTJnce Billy Magu ires farm and jliure the dogs Jost him with un deviating regularity It surely r was a mystery and some of the superstitious began to doubtf Ufter years of defeat whether Itjr was a real animal that the Iu L J iidunds r ctfosed so desperatelyeo O butiki aintii To add to the puzzle the pasture which was not moie than fifteen or twenty seres was i devoidlof ay place wherein Er 4 Pox might secrete himself Jnere were a few large trees ink it but no undergrowth no sink holes no room where d rat could at Iiuide Time and again had every scnare foot of its surfoce been j searched to j6eif some den therell fr might be to which the Iuginivec tmight hdsten when the yelping pack wele close on his heefstt Tiuiet only added to the mystery but there wore some parties who did net intend to be perpetually I baffled by a cunning reynard 1r I raSin that cliass aud with Pncle piUly Maguire formed a plahtoe vhttp if we could not ascertain vlipw it wai that always in his l4tegrass pabture and- never nyvyhoreeis our dogs always lost that fox a AccrHplvW got up j rhULL and about the close of atf j ii ttautomn day our elusive oldl aOrr V t mpntpr was scared up by the hounds Uncle Billy and I badIJ ridden On two hours in advance 1 olzJJle ltJz r t 1 ofthoHi t trutkaJedSyis Us condition When 1 thezarafserrdthnsdccreasc f twhen i11e h rtecomisidrt splits at the ends and comes oat in combing when t IIbegossdlsappearsandtiehalrbe ofjfr aeto1Ii i nafuralvigorvI t encourages k lions of me flaIr follicles and thus gray or fadedhalr regains its original color neat 9rowhhbegins And ire is restored 1 hue used erf jffcti l 4jorfl farfteriiyeftrt ltcaiises theltriii keepltsnaturL color and liisa potitivecnrv S ILWEYANT I i c 1 4l- l on every wrapper f 1wrap nd stopped justoctsicte the rays F rious pasiuro 1pterrqined lo wait till night if necessary in orver to probe the secret The oou had come up aud shcd itsa fpll orb d radiance on the scene t Afar off we heard the bayipg oftt e dugatidwd knew theywerec ringing the slickest critter Int werit closer tOM every tnin We crouched close down in t fence cor uer and spoke in whisS pers The togs were close to us now And running like a streak t Font lhundred yards ahead of then came the tux He passed within thirty tfards of where we jumped on the fence and i paused fdro second only a sec id then j urn ned down into the pasture where abut a score ofc cle Billyh sheep lay sleeping t another seconn he ead routed them up and mo coleaguean I j then onto his ame tIt on QRckt a big old ram who snorting with au ery was charging straight cross iheJloL When he haareached the other side his rtdcwt ayl leaped from the rams back Jhe fence and bounding overt disMppeured from the ken ofyf the watchers Tha was Whyjj the dogs systejoutically lust him nd that is why Uiicle Billy Matt uire sworea deep oath For Il the years that fox had breno riding thOse sheep be had got nJtt wool from them aDd the reason was at last revealed Slbbbfd thu Grave A PtarlHnJ lucidont of which Mr John Oliver of Philadolplila was the sub iti narrattjd lly him as follows Iwiis a most dreadful condition My Bklnj as almost yellow oyos sunken tong o ztd oain In back and sides no appe i rrsidually gcowinj weaker dny by day Three physicians bad gIven ino PIIFortunately a friend advised trying It Eieutrlu Bitters and to my great joy nod 11Improvompntthrow weeks and uin now a well mnu I now they saved my life and robbed the grave of another rlfttlm No one should fall to try thorn Only tcts prr bottle Huydou Jk llobertsoh DriK Store Condition of Tobacco The good general rains of the latter part of last week practi ally settled the question fol tobacco crop Sin Kentucky says he Louisville Wend TIe farm ers certainly had excellent sea sons ground was waiting plants ready arid euery thing favored a full setting The cool weather that has followed and pot oo- xcessive beat at any time in sues a good start of thepjhants BudDO doubt the crop Is well started in its growth The crop cancow be said to be in the fieldf s no reason can be givot for turther delay In setting and few have not got in their full crops Ttsk1ug4 the state as a whole about 10 per cent over an aver- ige acreage has been planted Tbe burley section has not in crease its acreage to as great an extent as the dark section for the dark section has had abun ant seasons for the past mouth and nothing to deter planting whilu upto JUt week many sec tions of the burley district bud a aeasou since plants were large enough With favorable con Jilious from now on Kentucky will raise from 215 000000 to 280000000 pounds of tobacco this year This should not cause a slump in market prices con sidoriLg present stock in ware manuIfactubeen in years hasI S CVPJone Milealiurj Pa I have ii ed DeUittH unto Early evensinco they wero introduced ere nod must say I have novnr usott any jllls In my family during forty yean of housckocDliiR that gave anch Batlsfactory rosulw a f a iuxmlvn or catnartie Waters Jt Browne The NdwJersey libel law pro vides that any person furnishing libelom iinformation to any eWtI paper thereby securing its pub lidation is liable to a fine DotI exceeding fSOO or imprisonment or two iears or both Another prorolesstne plaintiff hall prove either malice in factjt or that the defendant after bavI icg been requested by hll writing to retract a libelous charge in as public a manner as that in which it was made failed to do so within reasonable time be shallrecover only his actual damage proved and specially alleged in the declaration Persons triiblcd witli dtiirrhoot ho fnthrestwl In the experience of Mr w 1hcJnrkor Hotell Dorrnnre Provli enc K I llo fay For boycott years IliHvn heoll nlinnst n oonntnut suf ferer from dlnrrhopa the frequent Attacks con pi tely iirostiAtliip niennd rendering unfit formdntiw3 ntthk hotel About two yours neo n tot eUiiK salesman kindfy gave nio n Hmil bottU of Chiini berlalna COlic Cholera and Piarrncoa Remedy Much to toy surprise nuJ de light Its ofTpcts werr linmedlato Whnn ever I felt pyjnptomlRnf the JiRoafo I would fortify inyxelf with a few dcsts of thii vchmbjo rem tty The rcsuJl Iuw cnrn1petnlb II1IaIdontIttabsrgson tTbected and the threshers are tow at woik 60 far PS wo are biti 19 learp the yield will not he5a disappointment as With two or three11 exceptions the rop is nli that it piotnised io- onwonderfully largo No new wheat has let been offered on this market and there does not selm to be any deitand for it We understandl that the dealers here will offer more than cents per bushel for the new grain Oils harvest is in progress this week and a very promising yield is bving gathered in lemon Ford who wus arresteo and Ipdged in jail hero ou a charge pf breaking into a ware house and stealing wheat had n examining trial before Judge Daughirty Wedn Rtf ay and was held ov r to Circuit IJoirrt on a ond of l100 Which he failed to give Toe ne fros Lom is iu the MaudieiglibirboL and it is ttJtrelthaIhave been prnyitig upon tt o arniets fur upwards or fifteen ears But uo clue sufficient to jusiifv an arret wits obtained until Ihst week whenFirduu terel thn gmuury of Mr Ben Brown and stole several buSliHs brnItbi gushy buine uukau alarm and skipped out before a warrant cjuia bo isaiibd lor his arrest urbhy has been ontUubllytrouhlel with roUe tni cholera infuntum sliift bbs blrtblind nil that wo culd do for hint did not seem to Rive moro than torn porary relief until wo tried Cbamber lalns Colic Cliolom and Plarrb fern edy 8ince trivlnj that ho has not boon troubled Wo want to p1v you this testimonial as nn evlctence of our Kratl tnde not that you need it to advetlse your meritorious ren edv1fJ Law Keokuk Iowa Forsalo by IJn don st llobertson MARION EWS From Tho Ehterprlbo Mr Cip Roberts fell from a iladdnr at Adaxs fc wheat eys livery stable yesterday apd rc Icoived severe bruises besides a couple of broken ribs Dr T F CJeayir waited on him Mayor Barr took him in hand and pro vided for him It may be say leriil weeks before the injured man can go about fRichard Spalding has disco ered a novel method of curing lockjaw in horses paring bar vest week he bad ito horsi It taken with the complaint from the effect of overheat H j took a piece of board about one inch twoIfeet long placed squarely on tope of the bead not the fore head and struck n with an ordi nary chopping ax with sufficient force to knock the horse down and in each case as soon as the horsegot up the trouble Was r moved and the animals have s ucu been dpicg well WB publish this Week a call rl r a mass convention f Republi cans to be held at the Court house in this city Saturday July 9 at oclock for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend a convention at Elizabnhtowu August 3 to nominate a candidate for Congress in this the Fourth Congressional District Capt A Offur off this city is being put forward by his friends though he has not made his candidacy known publilv Capt Offutt is held in high esteem by the Republicans Marion county arid wiilio doubt get instru- ctinsof the county without op positionSMessrs Br5dtrewrter fe Scearce nurcRased of Mr Samuel Avritt 63 acres of land near New Leh ooon for 1000 They have sold one lot since to J M Knott for 1000 A considerable portion of this tract will be laid off into town lots Tho Cnbnn question nnd political Is ups sink into insPcvaco with tho man mottIf Salve cures plies Waters Browne L VERY BmDEtt and wife should know about the prcbpar tion that for half a century rnotheldiiglittle danger and the hundred anI ene discomforts and distractions incident to childbirth Ittt is t applied externally which is the only way to get rcliet Medicines taken internall will not help and may result in ha- rmMothers Friend fitsand prepares every organ muscle andlpart of the body foi the critical hour It robs childbirth oCitsC tortures and pains Babys coming is made quick and easy Its action is doubly beneuu J ficial if used during the whole period of pregnancy SI per bottic at all drug store or sent by mail on receipt of price i FREE containing valuable infor l motion to all women will be sent to any addressupon application by Ill The Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga The Bloomfield Branch The tight which Adnph ScHmidt Trustee for the bond bolder of the Northern Division of the Cumberland and Onio Railroad better known as the Bloomfield Brjkicbagiinst theI L N R R Co has been long and bitter and the prospects are that it will he continued for years yet to come says the Shelby yule Sentinel The history of the case is wtll known not Only to our readers but to the courts and lawyers all over the United States Iris unnecessary there fore for us to give a rehash 01 the satus of the cap aid we will refrain at tl is time from doing to It tony bq said however that tomorrow was tIme day Set oy J edge Oirroll for holding a special term of Circuit Court for a trial of responses to a rule for contempt in the case of Schtntdt vs theU N R R Co TbeI court will bo opened as a matter of courso but it will bfi imposb b e for Judge Carroll to take any jaciooi iin the matter as the d1 j rroV fondants have removed from fbo power to procead bimI this time The LNtJDd ville and Blooinbeld roads eacL executed t last MohQay a super sedes bond in the office of the Clerk of the SholbvCircuit Court This supersedes the judgment of the couit requiring tLe Snelbv- jvillu aui Bloorndtld road to de Ilivprthe brunch road to the L N and the latter to operate it Tile tratiscriu has been made aud by this time has probatiiy bssn ti led Jn the Court of A ppe i Is tnii g as a ucatler of course IN be doio by the lovfer1 court mifir it bus been disposed of bythi Cpurt 6f Appeal and it probable that it will be two years before its place on the docktft is reached It is possible that it may be advanced arid the case reaced ear iur but this is believed to ba improbable The Shelbvvitle and Bloom field road iis so condrient that it will operate tho brancn for Ibe filingjitslot at Elevenlhand Math streets3 which is a part of the property contrciversy to the city of SuelbyviUc The city will erect a building on the lot to b used las a voting place and in which to store a hose reel for use in the West ejid Bucklciis Arnica Salve The best Rhlvo in tho world for Cutst ISrulsrp Sores nlcorc Ulcont Salt Rho um lovlJrsoruf rotterlbaIPOO liaroa Tcilblulnsuorns 111II1al1IIIln eruptiOns und positively cures 1lhs or no pay retjuiro It guaranteed to give per fart RitlHfaciion or money refunded Price 25 cents pOEbOXat Jlavdon it Kub erlaons Drrurstoro A Kuntuekiiiiis Story Thd plitce of honor in The Couths Compauion fdrtho week of June 23 is given to a story by Mr M A Cnssidj Kuperintend tent of Schools of Favejte county and Lexington and editor of the Southern Srjhool Toe name of ihusiory In theThunderhole It tells how a young Southern soldier narrowly escaped death between the pursuing euftrn J and the bjttomof well thanks to a mothers quick wit Time human maililne starts hut once und Btppa but Otic You can ktII gIng lniKest aiil m ft reu ninny by JqItlK DoAVitta Little 5irly Riwre the famous little pills for constipation nnd Htonmoh und liver troubles Waters A iirowno TIlE EXCEtENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS- is dno not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination but also to tlto care ahd skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SVIIUP Co only and wo wish toimpressupon all the bnportancc of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrqp of Figs is manufactured by the CAUFOIINIA FIG SYRUP Co ouy a knowledge of that fact will assist ono in avoiding tho worthless othcrpsnidiiFORNIA Fib SYKUP Co with tho medi cal profession and the satisfaction which tho genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of tho Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken- Ing them and it docs not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SaN rUAJi Cot LOUISTTLLK Ky MEW YORK X Y dud Tidings to tssllzinnSnttcrers qnlcknndpjCiuo tson 1i1 DKUUUIST Your IFor a eoltous 10 tENT TKIAI MZE Elys Cream Bate cxnulii no aw iso nrcry n al7 Otihr Injuriu drog Hi qulektj Absorbed uvs nlirf kt once It and iaaaei- the seaI Alleys InBamaiaUtn CATARRHCOI and vrotoeU the niCmnrano l1tqetho0- 5M1 of t j aiid imnJl Full size T Ial 511H at UI dtnagtat or br mail fcLttoUOTHEttveO Warren Stot itrork Skin Diseases oftberlntnV Eye and alriu OiBtmenf is itchlugsuititpermanentcurescald head sore nipples itchfmj piles eyesundgranulated fthoninndvpTTpifnjro Price 25 cents Soldo r Tlnydon e Kobcrtson Druggists V J ps A A A A4JACJC AYERS H Sarsapariii- I is thC BEST SARSAPARIllA l Best is an easy boast But theres no best without a test You ekpcct something extra of best something extra in bread from best 4flour something extra in wear from best clothsomething extia in cures from best medicines Its that something tfa in Ayers Sarsa parilla that makes AyePs the best That something extra is quality Remember its quality that cUes not quantity Geo Smith of the Peoples Drug Store Seymour Conn says I have sold your goods for twentyfive years and when a customer asks me for The Bcst Preparation for tile Blood I say lf you will take my opinion use Ayers Sarsaparilla I will guar antee that you will receive more benefit by using one or two bottles of 4Ayers thanyou would by using half a dozen bottles of some other kind When they take it I never hearany Complaint SAyers Sarsaparilla cures all diseases that have their origin in impure blood sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples eczema tetter scrofula etc It cures cheaply it cures quicklyand it cures to stay Thats why iits best j After twenty years experiences a druggist I consider Ayers Sarsaparilla superior to any similar preparation oa The market and 1 give it the preference over dl others SA C WOODWAkU Worcester Mas In our estimation as regards Sanaparilla Ayers is the standard We have never beard4tipoken of other than the very highesftenns W ETERRILL CO Pharmacists 9 State Street Montpcller Vt I consider Aycrs Sarsaparilla the best blood pnrifier on the market r Dr GRISE CO West Gardner Mass During fifteen yjfars of experience ijith Ayers Jjarsaparllla I have yet to leafn of a sInie cast whtir ln it failcd to ureifus1accordlbg to directltins1 F UCOLLINS DrussistfParU Mo J believe Ayera Sarsaparilla contains more medicinal value Jhaa any otherSiroikr c011pound JAMES pOANE Dispensing CaeiiUt KingsvUle Onto I NEW LIVERY FIRM WARTON TAPP1 Now EeQdy for Business witt J4tCMs4l t Accommodations v igp HORSES GODt BUGGIES Special attention given to board and feed Tjorses The Best Accommodations Traveling Mini JackW Thompipns old stand SPRINGFIEDip KY e WHY SUFfER Ao V I A When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro itfloKnifalNoI The first treatment brings immediatq relief 1t hasrcured thousands and will euro you o T S WILCOX prominent merchantpollt1C1t1 IIR of the Chattanooga Fire Department says years of suffering DONS PILE OINTM ENT was rcc i ommendcd to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means iof bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention ot others eaf ifrlng wIth piles Price 100 Prepaid to any Address f DON CHEMICAL CQMPANY CHATTANOOGA N COMPANY UlIIO IROBINSONPE17ET UOUIRVILUC KY CURE CONSTIPATION LHoffleGronFniltTreeWe S well erofi Tos Vines Eta for Pall celiveryWrite Ufl1tH two will make i prices by the nest mail 1 to J B DRY A Nl COUNTY AQTV GARDINER BROS DBATSViLtB KV Clubbing List I The best Magazines arid Net spapers published in the country offered at reduced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As ft special inducempnt to ne subscribers and old ones who renew we have at nuJittle trouble anil eJt peiisot made arrangements with lirgb numbet ot mngnzinrs and newspapers to offer them at greatly reduced rates Ju Porno CORPS we oflcr you thpNEts LEADER nndVLc other publication together fof tinf year at the price of the one Jttow is the time to begin and here Is i Hsot of some ol the offers uiJI nSLIAnE1 Louisville Tos daily V827f Courier JTourrnl twice a week 15 Louisville Commeicml daily 5 0Itlt Louisville CimmerciulTreekly 125 uouisvlle Dispatch u 161 Homo and Farm 140 Faimerd Homo Journal 375 Cm Comm rctdTribqne 14 Cincinnati Enquiretl 150 Country Gentleman h 3flO- InterKrHte Pyultryuinn u JBO Thio rurmer i4 1 50- Independent r s0jhH Kni1it J l10 St Louis Glojbe Deicociiat 1 50ISouthern Floriat and Gardonr 0 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Ctalt4macst4nVIciersuaeredasisyerylms 14rgglJCardacaUrclyoriar iirtub the Me at TALIVSI 2BUC EYE liWllWNTMENT CIJESBOTHIKGBBTPIIES1 1oBEST REMEDY for FILEf SOLD BT Ali rrr t IC1U t Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema Tho intense itchlnorandEmartinir iucl deutto these diseases is instantly sl1ayel suiskinhave been permanently cure by it jfc 1is equally offlcientfor itehina Jlllesland nippleachappedand chronic Boro eyes 21 eta per bo jprVgailys Condition Pnwtlcr 6se facondition bid nitt vermifngo They sire not food tifmodIclne nod tbo best abornacents per package aapea4ttteearApplyiniothe tSI cents at Jntmlt or hmatt tOe eMit ELT DnoTnus Vmacw Ioactyit