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Wp 4I HE NEWS LEADER established I LJanuary 14 a combination of f I Washington County LoadbrJ 1884r01 jLjtt Tilt NEWSLE1DEi r fi I New SertesVdl VNo SjO SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY JULY 28 1898 0 1r i L 100 A YEAfi t d thradoWJqers AdM teMIt Mew It toesoao itcMC I IIirIIiiMDIUJIn MMfcttttyPure iq110 fttweci WIle OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county icat of Wath tdgton County 52 miles southwest of Lcx Jngtbn COmlloafrom Loulsvilld on Bards town branch of Louisville and NUb a rallroaditn a farming nod agricultural dls fcfct Two banks telegraph and telephone tJfSt express omco flour mills llumber yards Population 1100 population of county 15000 Representative In Conjrr ss IOU D H Smith Cloverport Kv Rep erintativa to Kentucky Legislature 11Ihm Shehaa- Ropresoatatlve f In State Senate Hon o 0 McChord Bprlngfleld Ky GQONTY DIRECTORY OIHOUJT COURT f Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mon dky la PebrnaryttJly and October C E P ttOn JudgotW B Sweeney t Commonwealth Attorney PXlCampbelirCrorlf T Sltom ltastr Commissioner QUARTERLY COURT QuarterlyCourt Is held on the third Mon d 7ln JanuarylvipVUjVuljr and OctobthS- g1LLfojiinl qiCounty Court lUCtltson tho fourth Mon arln each month v BMJtsey Judo insvtTSMaycs Coup tv Attornoy lIOn Sm1L rrBfler W H B Powell Sheriff VTRThurmnu fSidney Oborne Deputies Byron Croako EdMssters t pl JatueaFMoore county LurTeyor T P OBryan Assessor sit Ward T1cput lA R Campbell County Treastirpi 4a Itia eN3IILOQrnRGTOP1I W H Baker Pollc Judge John Gracot mrshaL VfK nod City Attorney UfIC COURT Justice courts are held In January April JUITdOCthb r ljj CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH Hof Q O proghtTjwton Services oyery 4 Stindayaf If mlod 81 m Elanday B f1ixJits7 rwyrMeetng unWed tUuda311CTHODJST CHURCH liny UP AtydnspntPistoV Services ink t ihQFlMtandThlriiiiuiaajs IncachnJVnth V1tamanht3Pin PRESBYTER AN CHURCH flevRO LawsonfPi tor Servlcc3 every Bunda at 11 a m ant p m Pruyar Meet log every Thursday night v uCATHCTfjC CUUUCH- lUrF FHonnesy PMtorV ServicoievrhSunday at 8 and 10 octo k at St Rose tamo hour PRKTERNffjL ORDERS 4Mtsoino LoDGE Springfield lodge No 50 meet oocond Monday la Bach month Washington R Q chaptor No27 meet tll every third Monday SSpringfield CouncU No 62 meets every fourt1Monday KsloiiTs or HOXOF Meets every second and earth Monday In each month Union ra e s4iue Micinnm Meets ever 7lfirst Wednesday of each month L and N TIME TABLE 4nla and Departure of Trains = 443 9 44 PjI lI-f 5 I2 40 Artiprlag eld Lv 5 80 120 88019 15Valiey1IHt i S6 jL2212O3Booker 547147 15 it 5 Croakes5 68 11 87 Woodlawn 003218 5681127 EnrlyT1mes6122 25 40 11 Bardstown 0 23 55 8 1050Nftzareth 080303 27 80Sumuc1 041381 B21 1025 Deatsvlllo 045350 S 18 301CaneSpring05344MB 101Xflobbi 0 69 4 B00 U62 Cleanaont I 701480no4 65 0 43 Bardstorn Jnnct 4 40 BhepherdsvUle 7 2- 042jL1uboigBoutlf 727 488 IarkI 3 4 I47l8 30 S9uth LoUlsVWQ 750555 050IK Personal RBB 04jpago medical reference boo k uany peraon aflllctod with any epoclrl lt nfironfo or delicate dlsoasn peculiar to their vex Address the leading Phys clans and surgeons of the United States Dr Hathaway tto 70 Dearborn street Chlca o I TO CUKE AC01U IN OLL TakatAXMlvo Bromo Qulnjri T kid All 4raggUNt refund tho money Jflt hUd to cUre For salo by Hnydon A Robertson Waters Browflol One Jffonto Cough Curo is tht best preparatIon that I have over sold or used 4kndJ cant say too much In Its jrii3ILi M Konnon Merchant leI Ot Waters It Browne a I 2 r d Ie j Ie I f DONTTALIBACKI 7 I fYER talk baok sich things is reprehensible i 5 tAffeller only hurts hisself that iaWs a mari that s hot S un a quarrel if youUl only keep your mouth shut and act S sensible The man that does the tnlkinl1 get worsted every 12 shot I 3 Never talk back to a feller thats abusin you g- Jg Jest let him carry on an rip and snort and swear 2 And wliehhO finds hisbiamin and defamihs jes amusin S you jg Yon cgot him clean kerfllummixed and you want to hold him there r tfpi ib g Never talk back and wake upihe whoiecommutiity jg And call a man a Jiar overlaw or politics jj iiYonj IiImp can liftjand y land him furdor and with gracotuller i m = With one good jolt of silence than in half a dozen kicks Ii Jamos Whitcomb Riley i= U 1 1IIS3 33 3 33 ait 3 4e4 3 Ifnt nn mmtt n ntj i n nnn nni n imn t minn Ir Odds and Ends of Gossip i a II VETERAN He was an active 111 11old man one who had evidently seen many of the vicissi ude of this world and one in whom the spirit of adventure was yet alivovhich was revealed by the story he had to tell to a wellknown citizen whose charity he had accepted The old fel llow so ho informeS his new ac uaintance was making his way back to his homo in Ohio I have been down to Chicka auga II said he What did Igo for Why I went to join the arry but they wouldnt take me They said I was too old and dOiUdntstand the hardships Ii think they made a mistake I am a littlo old in years but I venture to say that I can stand as much work as many of the youngsters they have enlisted soryed three years and eight i it111thoI wits there when what is now a great camping ground was a bloody battlefield I have been to Springfield before too by the way It was during the war Yoji see I had a little hand in that little fight up here at Per ryvillo Those vere stirring mes I toll yousaid the oldI veteran as hiSey eV sparkled These young fellows dont know what war is and I dont believe they will hayRny sucH experiences as wo hMin the sixties buf I would like to go with them just the same You see its this way I have two boys who are with a regiment at Chickamauga and after they hadI gone I just couldnt stay atI ome so I went down and tried to get in I can stand as much work as they can and I went all through tho war and came out sound and I dont draw any pension either The old fellow said that he had traveled nearly all iof the way hack from ChicK amauga on foot having leftIa what little money he had left after paying his way there with lhis boys who ho said needed it worse than he did TilE FRONT At last the ToI order has come and the boys Of the First and Third Kentucky regiments at Chickamauga who accordfmg to tho newspaper cora respondents from that place been spoiling for a chance to fight the Spaniards will go to the front The llatest is that the First Kentucky in which are enlisted the Washington county boys will gOimmediate to Porto Rico under command of Gon Fred Grant This may boY and no doubt is gOodnev s to the bo sin camp andLwho have be como restless for more active warfare but I venture to say that there is more that one mothers heart in Washington county that will sink at the rJalI r1boysterrible dangers of the battle held The indications by the way look very much like all ofI the volunteers who have enlisted in the army so far will bo given1t an opportunity to do nctiv serIvice as the war may be prolonged very much beyond the time originally indicated J bJ0T1 I the two Lebanon papers a having a Warm time just now exchanging compliments with each The Enterprise has gone to the trouble of llooking up the past career of Brown Co of the Falcon and the account published is not a very enviable record These personal matters when brought into newspaper contro versies seldom do any good The public reads it with about the same kind of interest that it would view a dog fight and itI certainly is not calculated to make any friends or bring in any more subscribers to either paper As a rulo the public is interested no more in the private life of the editor of a country paper than it is in the affairs of any other prii vate citizen lions ThluT rtlofor any case of caurrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F X Chconey it Co Toledo O Wo the undersigned have known F JIhccnoy fr the last c5 years and bcllcoI him perfectly honorable nIl business rIoutDruggists 0 ledo O WeldIng Klnnan tt Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally acting diaectly cpon the blood and inu tons surfaces of the system Prioo 75c p sermonials free JlalPs Family Pills aro the host MARION SEWS From TUo Enterprise Thieves in the New Market neighborhood seem to have intspecial liking for the flour off Graves and Colliqs They ef fected an entrance to the mill Sunday night for the third tIn to recently and took away with them some 500 pounds of flour Quite a pro ession of KVpSif s passed througb town this week and attracted no little attention with their gaily colored wagons 0ndarrested below town by Sheriff Cooper on the charge of defraud iing the tollgate on the Danville pitro and fined 200 and costs Quite a painful accident occurred to Mr Charles Cleaver Wednesday night In getting in his buggy which was hitched on Main street his pistol fell from his pocket and on striking the curbing was discharged Tnu ball a 88 calibre entered the lleft leg just below the knee and iinflicted a painful though not necessarily serious wound He was takan to the office of Dr Tom Cleaver whore the bullet was probed for but coud not be llocated He was afterward re move to his home where at last accounts he was doing well and nb very serious trouble is antici pated from the wound 4Mrs Ben Hem who lives a few miles from Lebanon met with a painful accident last Thursday afternoon Showas accompanying her soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Ole rn Spalding home All were in a a spring wagon and in the rear of the vehicle was a corn sheller While crossing a small ravine tthe corn sheller was overbal anced and tumbled out Mrs Helm whsat near tb machine endeavored to preyent its falling but not having strength to do so vas pulled out by1t In the all the machine struck heron he forehead just above the left yp cutting long gsh and Bavins the eyo severely bruisod no little while she regained consciousness and restoratives were applied Dr McChorU Wa called and he sewed up am dressed the wounds Mrs Helm is 62 years of age and notwith standing the severity of the ac cident she was able to come to town Wednesday HEmany friends will welcome the news that she is improving Wltlf OURCAfARlIIRS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange Inserted In this umn riiEB or cnxnoE Fanners are re quested to send in stock or crop Items fo1 publication I have for sale 150 bushels of good see l weeat SD OAHPBEL tJt I5 plThepowers of digestion The practical 9 feeder going about with his eyes open need nottoetold that if bogs have corn y them all the time they wilt soon oiecomeen Oearlywhat they want twice a day Moreover what they do eat will not be well digestedWt t Mr Walter Terhnno who is buying wheat for Trow Co millers at Mad 1iiison Iud has bought about 5000 1bjwushelssatthat nearly everybody storing the T wheat Trow Co turn out 10 barrels pf flour a day This flour Is made out of wheat much of which purchased hero shipped to them and after being made into flour is shippitbackhere Mr Terbune says he has voidlour in Hnrrodsburg within tho wf days and ho states at 40 cents lless on the hundred than tho local millers Harrodsburg L etnocratlJ t I Mr Chas T Patterson has bought of Applegate McMcckln a bay suck lling colt by Hanover data Vorkmato by Bulwark she out of Longmate by Longfellow price 1000 This la n Ilongl price for a suckling but Mr Patterson thinks the colt an embryo There will beno public sales of l tobacco in the Louisville and Oinci atII nati markets from August 1st to Aug ust 15th Tho Louisville Loaf Tobacco Exchange has decided upon a vacation during that time The Cincinnatii warebpnscmen refused to concede a a similar vacation in their market but nine of the principal buyers rep resenting nearly all the large maui facturersf of the United States have signed 08olvesan agreement binding them ttI at any of tho Cincinnati warehouses between August 1st and 15th Hence although the Cincinnati warehouses hrfvo not agreed to it they can hardly bold sales without tfie assistance ofI the buyers and it will be a practical suspension of roles It is hoped that Dome such vacation during the sum mer will eventually be made one of fihoothxnarketsFarmcrs Homo Journal l NELSON NOTES proiuCitizens will petition the City Council of Bardstown at its next meeting not to allcw negroes toterect buildings on Main street Tink Merrifield who brutally boat up old man Charles Lavely near Athertonville last Saturday had an examining trial before Esquire McGee Monday and was held to answer at the Larutf Cir cuit Court in the sum of ti 0aHe faied to furnish bond and he is now in the Hodgenville jll 1IMr John S Humphreys hasi resigned his position as Deputyi Revenue Collector at this place His resigtnaioni will take effectI on the first ot next month Mr Humnhreysretirimcntwlllcau- re se general regret among distille and revenue men as bo made a most accommodating and efficient officer Nothing definite is known as to who will succeed Mr Hum phreys but we understand that the plum is likely to fall to a Bardstowq man There was a big time in Bloom field Tuesday night it being thef occasion of a Masotic reunion After putting Mr Albert Dre IStchar of the Southern Railroad j l through the third dgreegIsdgo had a banquet at Dav IstHall which was a great success and highly enjoyed by all present Tavlorsville Fairfield Elk Creek Springfield and Ohaplin Lodges BloomIfieldous Ledges in this section 5 DRCALDWELLSNJ DEATH OF tf 1 SAY ELS About 8 oclock Friday morn ing Mr W Isu agicIdepistol He had been in ill health for several months paused by overwork and under tie strain givenIted His family and friends bad oV served his depressed mental con dition and be bad forsome time be on under medical treatment Mr Samuels was One of the oost prominent business men in this section of Kentucky He was President of the Nelson ounty Fair Association Peoples Bank of this pace and was en g aged in many ether enterprisest Ho was a public spirited citizen and was widely respected and es teemed and his loss will be greatly felt He was aged about 53 years and leaves a wife andI four childrenone son and three daughters The Funeral services win take acsat 4 oclock tomorrow Sat 1urdav afternoon M the Baptist churchNelsoo Record Ono Minute In Itilneddeutconsumption and quickly cures colds croup bronchitis pneumonia Ingrippe and nil throat and luug trouble eyatersSnan Shots With a Graphophonc The Graphophone to the oar hat the photographic camera iis o the eye and more for the- o Graphophone catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter esting use of a Graphophone is tot make records of your friends oices to be preserved for future tuse You can catch the story of your jolly friend jjust as he told it or the favorite song of som6 lloved one just as she sang it and have it reproduced perfectly at any time and as often as you please Besides the Grapho phone hffords Wonderful enter ttainment in the way of repro jducing the music of bandS or ichestras or vocal or instru mental soloists No investmenttowill return so much in pleasure as the purchase ot a Grapho talkingimachine Write for catalogue No 30 to the Columbia Phono graph Company No 919 Penn sylvania Avo Washington DCI tThere is no pain or discomfort when Buckeye Pile Ointment Is lined IItigracy and professional knowledge and Itllo kind that curs blind blcwllnR itch ing and protruding pilos with no aln loss of lime llnydon d 1tobortond Devil on a Church Spiro Tbo Parish church at Chester Aeldspire Instead of being perpen dicular it is bent and twisted so that the spire deviates from the toerpendicularthe south and four feet to theI west Stories anti legends relating thereto are numerous and interesting One tells that pretty ani virtuous women wero exceedingly scarce in tne town so scarce that when one day a good and lovely woman stepped within the church t thorestonishedbride and that the bend was made when attempting to regain its original position The legend iis still moro unkindly toward Lhot f pairernever will its upright position boIi r Tegainedl woman is married beneath it With many legends the Prince of Darkness is connected and the best of these is as follows The devil flying over townand tired with extra exertion settled o lanwhich was being burnt in theb church at the time was waited upward and so tickled the devils nose that be gave a terrible P sneeze which so shook the tern plo that it was irretrievably of twisted One of the most Intel ligent theories put forward re Wardingthe clinging pressure of the lead Omaysubsidence in th3 timbers which have also been powerfully warped ythe action of the sun beating through tha load on to the grew er parts of the woodwork f Rumors that the spire was un s tafecoutiheyeari817who esainmed iit pronounced it i 1 to be in a very unsafe condition howeJIsteeple still stands one of the strangest architectural curioai ties in the worldamDon Carlos the grIting Ia girl of sixfeenor seven veryfashionable primitive bathing establishments of Viareggio whilsta lloud apd rather discordant and played a dreamv Waldteufel wnllzobI well do I remem6er rUand some intrepid dancers oblivious ignsInI night timed their steps to tbo music Suddenly I saw a tall coairaandiog figure approaching followed by a number of distiu gu shed looking men who 10 mained a little way behind him He auutered to where we were sitting and bowed gracefully to m Isystood up at once and while they exchanged a few words I examined tbat handsome and kingly face and knew instinctively that j had before mo a personage in ed His beard short and of ebon black contrasted with the jivory pallor 01 his face while his es as black as night flashed I haughtily from beneath his dark brows His forehead bore the Olympic serenity ol the gods and indeed one might quake without being a coward before so kingly a man were it not for the smile that suddenly illumined bis countenance softened the eyes almost to tenderness aid played over his regular features like sunbeam on the statue of a god Remember I was but silly sixteen very very suscep- tIble and it was the first time I saw u prince of tho blood royal I was brusquely aroused fronj my ecstatic contemplation by my complation who in dulcet tones said Mademoiselle de Fallow me to introduce you to the King of Spain That he made but a poor sort f a husband to his first wife Princess Marghorita was a well I known fact He led a dissipated 11bisoDd when I saw tbe saintly ductIi I ess leading a life of charity and austerity and humble ia the midst of so much grandeur ffelt my blood boil with indignaII tion toward him but in his pTcs once one forgot all save that heI was a gracious sovereign wh o willingly told an amusing anec onte in which he came out in colors far from glowing Frank Leslies Popular Monthly for ugustcSpains Honor There is a terribly tragic side the present attitude of Spain is all very well to say that she a deserves to lose her colonies That only makes her situation tho more pitiable Then too are we not all verapt to judgo the nations by theIr rulers Wo should not forget the countless Sw throngs of Spanish citizens who can only think of their countrys hollowsounding phrases about e bonor and glory of a sistance aloutranco with 6hudf ders of dread with pangs oi scorn What to them are anff honor and a glory which leavei i tbem to starve which place Ui 0tossibilities of their human ox i 6Istancetohereilinot so immeasureably distant either when patriotism and philanthropy 1twill have but a single meaning and when just as no man can be called philanthropic who does not cherish his immed te countryoik so no man VIIII e hold patriotic who does nots prizo his remotest fellowmen ImBut meanwhile there is no rua atriotism conceivable foli an nation save that which partakes ff a distinct gratitude Our theI1I8 can point to so much secure contentment so much firm chanct f maintenance for ourselves ant those we bold dear so mac moral and physical freedom sr much probity and bighminded ness on the part of our governin functionaries that a genum senseof patriotic devotion hegin o bloom prosper and thrive perceive how any Spar lard sorced from the big bun i I iRE wldenwnkQ business manu7j i through tbedolumns of thRrcs r riiJ IriieAnEnrcachthofarmariIand otherI i Ir Ibsi rs a t 0 i75y5LBEIIIADVEUTI8IN0MEDUThZ I KENTUCKY StS rj masses into mtlitary service oan loyo his country at all or can fight for her save with p bondmans halfhearted relacfc UDCo What inspiration tau the or patnco draw from schemes of ambitious dynaslies craftof reedf political timeservers arrogance of caste Not only does one marvel that this huge Spanish worm the People takes so long in turning Still more iincredible dots it seem that the jpoor worm does not smcidally let mtfttnert heels than those of sown I haughty and cruel chiefs Edgail Fawcett in Colliars Weekly A Clever Trick I certainly looks like it but thoro iIs really no trick about It Anybody can try It who lisa lame back and weak kid Xemcatnklrii Eledtrlc Bitters This medicine tones up the vnolo system nets 8t1n1Uhmtto Hver and kiduoys is a blood pnnttcr and a nerve tonic Jit cures con stipation lioaduclitsilrtlng spells sleep aileSs nntl melancholy It In purely vcftctaliloK qiild luxitivo and restores ilbo system to Its natural vigor Try Klortrie liiltera und ho cOnvinced t vboy aro rt miracle worker Ony 10 n bottle at llavilou AUobortaonV DruISt ore0 A Frwichmans ViewsMaj de dranelprey military attache of the French embassy has just returned to Washjugtou 1Iifrom the American headquarters at Santiago There he has been observing for his government tthe progress of military opera ttions He paid a glowing trib ute to thenghting ability of our soldiers in which he saidoI have the most complete admiration for your men They are a superb body individually and as an army and I suppose not throughout the world is tthere such isplendid lot of fight iing men It is the fighting characteristic of the men whicE 1Iiis most apparent They are ag gressive eager for action never needing tho voice of an officer to push them forwardiAnother marked characterIs- tict is the selfreliance of each 1imaawbat we call tho character of initiative It is almost unknown in European armies where every movement and the move to meet each action of the enemy await the initiative of an officert toIt obstacles by their own initiative Such selfreliant fighting men make an exceptionally impetu ous army for every unit contributes to the irresistible onward m 0ovementThe Spanish troops do Dot have this same characteristic- sThey are more passive mo autuus Besides the impetuosity of such gghting material it has tho effect of inspiring a morale among the troops mak ing them feel thot success is 0ssuredcarr ing disorder and depression to the ranks of tbe enemy Majj de Grandprey says the fighting about Santiago iis some i thing entirely different from the carfarearmies of modern times The bfjtroPici bfj Isfightjin oss1bleltone of battle ahead ainst which the assault is directed Only through the reports of pickets and from the crack of rUles here and there ahead Is iit known that a Oghting forc is tl ere u1areone of the opposing soldiers md gjt a distinct ajm at him The main result oftblsis Ito bring the two fighting forces lose together gradually pntl hey are fifihting at close range Moj do Grand prey also speaks ery highly of the efficiency vith which the American troops ind supplies were started oo heir expedition and debatked Iin Juba You llkejy want to undortikp dyeing our old garuipntB ccauiio you have nado faillucs but this waf with tho old 4ahlnnrd package dye that onp packnpo olored vittol and another option Put am Fadoloas Dyca colors nil kind ofIbersalonjo You aJDlpff boll the gbo h id they are made nov Yott canto all tnlbl Sold by Waters fjirown t t BEATS A 9OMItAj THIS BULLET JUMPS OVER A MAN AND k HITS HIM INTHE BACK lSIrA Person wm Not IUiSataIpmmEnein Standing on the Opitoilto sf lo ofa UorM IttluCJahnaoJ a Toon Kngllih itYentor Are True flThe man who flatters himself that iiis safe became he Ha behind a houstwhen a guatthat ridiculous notion once and foralV hatdlyiiew way 0 aking bullets aud if the new bulls meets with that popularity which iyt warranita t l tftillrbullet will cren if it does only half fit what Is claimed far It upset all old fashioned lgovernIngthefifght Higittreets iin question and he yesterday told A tDalll Mail l reporter that this new bul i etof lila would go around corners suddenly shoot up in the air and de scend point first on top ta town cc anything or fly round and rgund anti then jump back anl kill off an enemy ai the back of the man who fired it I am but eighteen years of age said Mr Chalk modestly 6nd I am coofidenUhat I have Invented a bullet that will revolutionize fighting What claim and am prepared to provei la that wjth my bullet I can hit an objeyt that is round a corner or on the othcrl ide of a blQ k of houses TheraJsi tbl solutey no doubt about the accuracy of the aim Supposing now yoi VaRted to hit something that waa round the corner of a mountain When you had found the distance betweenyour gun and thd mountain you woulA fix your bullet to alter its course at a ta certain momenL Then youd flrr and the man round the corner would be sorry 0r say jou wanted to hit an one mys ship lylngon the other side of one f your own That would beth wouilljust11Xyourj obit then soar upward for awhile au l topottheI tell you my bullet will go any way and do anything you may wane It to and Ive written to the war office to S3180Up now the only communication s Usuittereotypedpatent office peoplehe did not men tlon nameshave valued the Invention at 150000 and have told me that s tie most marvelous invention of the present ageSI shall wait for a further commun icatloni from the war office and If Lfla not hear from them I shall offer m Invention to a foreign govenfment ffcourse I wptild rather the new bullet became the property of the English government but I want to know sqonn Mr Chalk is a modestand very earn tthat1fieldto his wish had circled in the air abot behlutblma your hIhaSthoqghtthe method by which he alleges he oK tains these unusual results no hint carx be extracted from him That la the secret he hopes to obtain those i5o 00 from r JonrnalThei worlIsthon liHtthowbllWIlsyears before the Norman conquest atfl which 11termlssfonyears The TslngPao has the appearanr of yellowbacked magazine of twen tyfour octavo s COIllatingcolumn consisting of seven chnfW t 1ditlnjuppereditionInteriorosts 10 cents o month The TslngPao Is the Times of China 4Lli and chronicles tHe wealth and move ntCourtInistellIteverv error In printing tho latter Js punished with death J onilerlaU aryeleta- ro expressions frcqnoutly heard about tlYtbl8ble ilavdon Kobortson Siij fi BME persons to natural lose sayII summer a Butlosing flesh is tainf Qground Can you afford to approach another wia a ter in this weakened con- S dition Coughs and colds weat throats and lunfs cone lulckestto tthose who are thin in flesh tto those eas ily chilled to those who have poor circulation altfeeble digestion yScotts i Emulsion Jof coil liver oil itfh yp+ 4l4phospMes does just as much good in summer II i jiS in winter It makes fleifc in August as wells ApriL 4 1 You certainly need M 1it strong nerves in July at I ItJanuary Andyottrwetk rS throatandlubOUIdSbe healed and rtOfdH iS ened without delay SCOTru fi = L I- tiiiiiiieioai1o eom s ii PS Vp v w THE 5SLEADER r THE NEWS LEADER J j EtL DAVISON JR THUBSDAY JPLY28 1893 = WAR BUbbETINS Prom liatoTProM UItC1O3T biiorb alL prospect of peace r t l9mi4UP in the var6it tiontt r 74 dambon the French ti bassador cto tim United States r yesterdap presented to President rMcKinley the formal and direct request of Spain for a statement of the terms upon which peac 4 would be granted The cornl bLnnication from tile Spanishl gqvgrnment was a brief one It J franWy acknowledged that the ii fortune of war had gone against Spain Ko suggestion was mndeI orcbnld be made at that stage I e 7tas tp the concessions which 4tspain wciqlcfleiviUing toWke 9 and there was Jio request for an armfstice The President informed M- Ca 1On that ho wouldconsult his Cabinet before answeringt I and that the Ambassador would be notified when to return to ro1 ceive the reply of this govern cit inetit 4 i It will probably bo several dasbeforetbaPrsidentreplies It ItIs believed that at present h 0 f favors these terms Independ r f ence for Cubit the cession of Porto Rico and the JAdroncLO and a coaling stati 4 Philippines The troops under Gen Miles tended Monday at Port Guanica- oh the southern coast of Porto Rico The landing was offect almost without resistance Th6 Jr point where the troops landed t 1afew mil swest of Ponce and t is connected with Ponce by ais 4 railroad A military road mi iefrom Ponce to San Juan part of I the route through a mountainous country Tim Third brigade of the First division received orders Tuesday morning to break camp at Chick 2 amauga and prepare lor departt ure for Newport News to take transports for Porto Rico Admiral Sampsons report on the naval battle at Santiago has been made public by the Navy Department i THERE is considerable interest manifested intbe candidate whom thoRepublicans wilt puf out in this Appellate district to oppose Judge Hobs n the Des a tocratic nominee It is thought that a meeting of the district committee will soon be called by Chairman William Catfon of PUl ski for the purpose of call iing a convention The counties and the votes to which each is entitled we give as follows 44dtiJ 8 Anderson 6 Barren 10rBuilitt 4 Casey 8 Clinton Green 7 Hardin 9 Hart 10 L rue 5 Marion 8 Metcalfo 6 Nel son 7 Oldham 3 Pulaski 18 SpencerafUBaylor 5 Washington Wayne 7 Whitley 16 Total 168 i Judge Wallace Jones has for mall announced his candidacy tr and it is believed that the Brad I ley element Jwill back State In I ct pect r C W Lester Ex Con gressman John W Lewis who has been mentioned as a possible candidate and who has beenl Sstrongly urged by his friends throughout the district to make tl4hasiiotinada y for mal annbunoemont and we do not believe that Mr Lewis is a candidate as far as making tan f active canvass for the place is 1 1concem Mr Lewis has re ceived assurances of support of a ntuso that is very flattering 4b to his chances for the nomina ris tion but he has not yet made itj f known that he is a candidate seeking the nomination sores winning sores appeared on my r1Lt left ad spread over the entire r fewer portioB of the limb I got iw help from medicine tiltI triedI TMn IvMcaredbyonobottlaof f t JB ACUI c f REPUBLICAN 4CIOYETIONIp i T geherngton C9untytiuct brTJOt B1andfordforpil thCongress The Republicans of Washing ton county rketat the Courthouse on Monday afternoon for the purpose of naming and instruct ing delegates in the district con vention which is to meet at Eliz abethtown on August 3rd to nominate a Republican candidate for Congress Mr Andrew offutt of Marion county who has recently shied his casteo into tho political arena and whose political aspirations have suddenly taken a high flight caused a little contest in the convention by asking for the in structionsof Washington county Hon John W Lewis introduced resolutions which wo publish below instructing the delegate front this County to vote for Hon Char ds Blandford for the nomination Maj J LWharton offered as an amendment that that the name of Andrew Oifuty I 1be substituted After speeches from Messrs Lewis Wharton and Offutt the vote was taken first on the amendment and then 0mamendment was defeated and the resolutions as introduced by Mr Lewis and which endorse Hon Charles Blandford were adopted by the convention Hori W H Morgan presided as chair man of the convention and W- ilL Keeling was clcctedsecretary The following is a copy of the resolutions in full RESOLVED That tho Republicans of Washington county in mass conven tlon assembled approve of the call for pfStheFourthbo held at Ellzabethtown Ky on Wednesday AuZu8t31808fortheptrI pose of didate for Representative in Congress for this district RESOLVED That we reaffirm our allegiance to tho principles of tho great and triumphant Republican party triumphant throughout its ex latenco In tho cause of Uberty enlight enmcnt progress and humanity RESOLVED That we feel the great est prldo In the inbomparabioachievlid month of the navy and the Imperishable gloryiwon by them in the present righteous war of our country with tho tyrannical government of Spain Ppr our bravo soldiers slain and wounded In battle our tears flow unceasingly whilst t with their living comrades 01 our hopes and fears our prayers and our hearts warmest and truest affoct Ions For the bravo boys of our State and county who havo enlisted In the cause of their country in this holy war upon inhumanity and oppression wo send cheurs and greetings and assurances that we feel the highest pride in their manhood and patriot Ism and our hopes tha everyone them having done his duty patriot Ically and manfully may bo spared to return to his family and home to enjoy for many long years all the lux uries and blessings of tho country ho haa served RESOLVED That recognizing In ox Speaker Ubarlea Blandford of Breck l inridge county a distinguished and patriotic soldier of the civil war a statesman of ability and a gentleman qf integrity and truth we endorse him as our choice for the Republican nomination for Congress and instruct our delegates to cast the vote of Washington county as a unit for him as long as his name Is before Lb convention ReSOLVED That we endorse the great policies of tho Republican ad mlnistatlon of President MoKirfley so successfully and gloriously carriedI oat RESOLVED That Hon W H Mor gah Maj JL Wharton Philip Mcf Connell Obas Bchrnpgs Thos J Miller O R Pillatre u W T Filiatroau Peter Bheban James H Maya John WLewiiy Isaiah Prather W M Mo ilullan W F Hall Thos Key George W Sparrow John W ISOM JS Coyle Jaa H Waters W L Keeling John Ht Nally John fcdelon Martin Redding Obas Coyle Dan Clements and Ike Wharton bo appointed delegates to represent Washington county In said conventionW H MORGAN Chairman W L KEELING Secy During tim hot roathor last summer I bad a severe attuclc of cholera morhus necessitating my leaving my business aya Air C A Uaro of Ilaro Bros Fla at1o Ohio After taking two or tbroo doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kcincdy I was completely ro llevocl and in a low hours was able to ro suruonywdrkln tlio store I stncerolv recommend It to any ouo nfllictcd IthI stomach or bowel trouble For tuilo by Hqydon Robertson Attention old Soldiers Tbo manufacturer havo InstructedIHayilon ct Kobortson to givoa 5c size of Foloys Colic Cure true to tho firstsoldier of the civil war that applies forsaino It tan qroat remedy for chron b dlTrrhoica cramp colic and all bawdf complaints I NEWSLE DER fl a year Little Pimples Turn i to Cancer Cancer often results from an Im purity in the blood inherited Iron norations back Few people are en tirely free from sonio taint in the bloodtand St is impossible to tell when wi eak out in the form of dreaded Can r What has appeared to be a meretmple or 6cratch has developed into e most malignant Cancer on flulyMM away vras b sevefII abi r a but In spite efforts the Can until my con many becAmoalarmlng months ofIi and growing worse I do Qsoon to try 8 S was so strongly ndedo The finproduced on I continued f and months tho last lit scab dropped offfyears have elapsed ond not a sign ot the disease lisa returned B F GtIlsburg MIll It is dangerous to experiment with Cancer The disease is beyond the skill cureLf g oea deep enough to reach Cancer 15SS TheBloodj Swifts Specific Is tho only blood r VegetableAJI1cury tho most dangerous of minerals Boqka on Cancer and blood diseases mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia McINTIRI From our Special Correspondent- I The news of our little village 1bas not found UB way to your spicy paper for quite a while so 1I will jot down a few lines to interest I its many read rfThe keen whistle of the threshI cr can be heard now I think most wheat ciops are going be yond expectationsoMiss Hillie Craycroft of Meade county is visiting her uncle Robert Montgomery aiida other relatives in this vicinity Miss Hallie is quite an attractive and accomplished young lady and wo hope her visit will not be a brierone Will Morley of Larue county accompanied by his sister Miss Annie visited friends and rela lives in this section last week dies Dillie Blandfurd who has pastImother Mrs Cloe Blandfor- dnThos Wheatlev is sick wi fever ac Thos Nallys of Fen wick Messrs Thos and R P Bland ford J B HillI and FraIilc Keene with their wives visited Mr and Mrs Robert Mclnttro Sunday We are glad to again sea the pleasant and smiling face of Mr Burk Blandford who has been at Lakeland for quite a while greeting his many friends here Misses Annie Mclntire and Teresa OBryan and Messrs Lee and Chas Mclntire visited the Misses Cecil at Cecil ville Miss Dillio Blandford enter lained quite a number of friends Sunday ifMrs J B Johnson and Miss May Siinms visited at Jas Hills last week Our baby has boon continually troubled with colic and cholera lufantum since his iIrttrjsud all that wo could do for him did not seem to glvo more than torn pry roller until wo tried Chamti on lalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem ody Sinco uiving that ho has not boon troubled We want to give you this loshnonlal as an evidence of our grati hide not that you ncod it to adveit Iso your meritorious reiaodyO M Lnw Kookuk Iowa For sale by Ilaydon A Robertson tqulelf Bellol for Asthma Foloys IJpnoy and Tar Is gunrntitwHl to give prompt relief in all eases of Asthmii Do not class this with other medicines that have failed to givo rolloT Glyo it a trial ihydon A Hobortaou Harry Blackburn informs us that he has thirteen head of horses affected with a disease known as plnkeye Every horse on his farm is affected and he has not even one that he can use This is the first we have heard of this disease for soma time and it is to be hoped that it will j not becpme an epidemic m this country Georgetown Sentinelj Deranged Functions zotoftenbaths and bet drinks as remedies for n cold They open the pores and mako tho system susceptible to moro cold Dr BelPn 1lnp Tar honey goes to the focntI 0 tho trouble and cbockHacoughutonco or cures n cold in one night It oxhila rates tho lungs Army and Navy Evolution The latest style of soldier is not as tho latest engine df warship liable at any mompt to become a self stopping pieimachinery and ontbis particular score a tremendous superiorityJ tests with the modern army over sHhe modern fleet which has beenI jso revolutionized from fop to bottom inside and outside as to be entirely unliko that ol former times Suddenly enabled to view tho centurys closing Bcepes the boro of Waterloo could have no difficulty in recognizing any ex isting army to be an aroiy but surely the hero of Trafalgar would need a new pair of eyes before he couldsee a fleet in the j costly and rare naval monsters that claim ishOughadmittedl man clock still a repairing sons of way There always has been an element of uncertainty in volved in shipfighting entirely absent in soldierfighting owing to the very different conditions ufader which each occurs This element is enormously increased by tLe actual structure of naval vessels and the fact has been clearly demonstrated even in the tblSfvessels afford too wide a scope for chance to get in itswork upon them individually and collective ly Maritime watfare must bo mainly of fleet against fleet since bitthe present changed condition to cope with land forces solidly em banked and supported It is in pure fighting on the sea of fleet against fleet that chancework can tell with terrible effect because It cabnot be hold that in a sea tight or anywhere else chances are equal equality of chances being impossible mT quality of chances being imposs- iblei inequality being the govern ing law in the nature of things Chance may so disarrange the many add wonderful intricacies of vhe vessels in a contending ffleob as tD annul ft together with the superiority of ekill possessed by its personnel over that of its opponent the utmost ability of f f the commander on the one sic being thus able to yield to t vastly inferior capacity and man emont of his opponentt Througn excessive C9mplexityof make up the current ships are certaiuly unequal to all the strain lIng requirements df battle which call for precisely and surely working machines from whicb the play of chance be as far as possible eliminated and guarded against Invention has wrought an immense change in the armament of navies and armies espec iially of navies but the supreme controller over both remains now as of yore identicalthe ever constant and unchangeable power bil mind Leslies Monthly Persons troubled with duirrhooa wil bo irftorcstcd in tho experience of Mr W M Bush clerk of Hotel Dorranco ProOidono R I Ho says For several years I havo been almost n constant anf forer from diarrhoea tho frequent attacks completely prostrating mo rind rendering unfit for my duties at thin hotel About two years ago a travelling salesman kindly gave mo a email bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Plarrucca Remedy Much to my surprise and do light lit efTocts wore immodlato When over I foil symptoms of the dlxeoso I would fortify myself with u few doses of this wlnablo remedy Tho result has boon very satisfactory and almost com pleto relief front tho affliction For sale by Haydon A Robertson It fs not what a manufacturer says about his own modiciho hat cures a pa cent but what tho tnodiclno does Bol lards Horehound Syrup does tho work and Jocs It well It euros coughs and colds In ii day Its healing soothing and qnlotlng 25 Ilaydon t u- mrRIDWGKTOWN From Our Special Correspondent The many friends and relatives here were painfully grieved to hear of the death of Lancaster Smith atGbickamauga Park last Sunday He was a member of Company 0 Third regiment His remains will be brought here and buried at St Rose Miss Annie Smith has returned to her home in Louisville after- a pleasant visit with MissJdary Brent Mrs S J Hamilton is the guest of friends and relatives here Mrs John G Cecil Is visiting relatives near Wlllisburg Misses Addie Kelty and Oil Ic Sullivan of Louisvilleare plea ant visitors at Mr Ed KidwelJs Mrs M L Connor daughter and guest Miss Lodge have turned from a visit to Bardstown Mr Simon Thompson travel ling salesman for Leeds Bros Is Iin our midst The sulphur well lately discovered on T D Clarksons place is creating quite a commotion among the natives in these partS It is very much like Tathatn and quite a crowd gather there every Sunday afternoon Baookiyn X Y Doe 19 1890 Messn Ely lJros I lanvo used Elyfr Cream Baliha number of years and find it works like a charm It has cured mo of tho most obstinate oasaof odd iu tho hoed In than 48 hourS from tho time felt tho cold coming on I wovuld rot be without It Respectfully yours 2R3HartSti Facdk rlesI itsiFtiilsizeELY BROd 50 WnrtonSt N Y ItII NEWSLEADER n 00 a year j 1 Farm for Sale I have for sale a farm consisting 200acrosof good land situated about fivo miles north w est of Springfield on the watersof Little Beach It has on jit a good dwelling barn and jimprovements More than hfalf inj pasture and the balance nder cultivation It contains ome fine tobadco land It iis j situated three miles from Volley j Hill postoffico and railroad sta tion and on a good turnpike 0 M KELLY Springfield Ky July 142mo CouJbtRemedy In my fomlbfJ1 years nail al wnvs with good results says Mr W B Cooper of El Rio Cal For small chil dronwo find It ospocirlly effective For salo by hayden Robertson That dark brown lnto and horrid breath you have in tha norning is caused by an inactive llvtr Sorie modicliioi rcllovo for a while others for a few daBu I ncrblno cures Haydon Uo crttonJ Dalianla snow Liniment fcurcs rhnu mutism neuralgia hofidacho sick licad ncho sore throat cuts sprains Bruise old sores crime and nil lrain and Infla nation The most penetrating liniment In tho world Try It floe Ilaydon A Robertson millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the public- to know of onb concern in tho land who aro not afraid to be stCnorOUR to the needy andhufferin ThoproprictoraofDrKlngB Now Discovery for consumption coughs and colds have given away over tn mlU lion bottles of this muhaveabsolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma bruncbisis horrsonohs and nil diseases of tho throat client and lungs IInrdontbottle free Regular size 60o and Ouurariloed to cure or prlco roundod eNEWS yeareTHE WOSDDRS OF SCIEHCB Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be C An Eminent New York Bcumtut Makes Readers a Freo chemistiiThe distinguished New York A Blocum demonstrating a reliable and nplionbronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrlml affections pen eral decline and xreaknesslos3 of flesh and conditions of wasting away will send TUREE FREE BOTTLES all different of his new discoveries to any afflicted render the NEws LEADBR writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousims permanently by its timely professionnla trial of hU infallibla euro Science dully doveloi cs new wondersand this great chemist patiently experiment Jj for years hits produced results as benoflcla to humanity as can bcrdlalrued by any modern genius His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curablo in toy climate is proven by heartfelt lattcrs of gratitude filed in his American and European laboratories in thousands from thoso cured in all parts of tho world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to cocsump lpeedyand DSPineand express address and the free medicine shetaogonerousprrposlJlonPlease tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in tho NawaLuulnI Dont Neop Him Ho has a bad attack of colic nod Is mak- Ing for Havdou A Robertsons drug store after a bottle of Foloy8 Colic Cure 25c nnd toe IPCUUT UiMO and INinncl FoolHh are tboy who havo not Foloys Colic Cure in tho family Ilaydon A Robert aunt There hi no 7 About It No justlon Indeed with thoso who havo used it hut Foloys Kidney Cum absolutely reliable for all kidney and binder dlsoascR Ilnydon A Kooortson pared st home witb EurekaSalooFg l year old MOKENNA WHISKEY made lor medicinal use lee Cold Lager Beer on TapIp BIG SCHOONERS THOMPSON Prop- SPRINGFIELD KY Sheriffs Sale FOR TIXESOn 1898I The same being County Court day II I will offer at the Court louse door in Springfield Ky to tho highest bidder the following described property or so much thereof as will pay tho taxes and costs duo mo as exDeputy Shor 1 lit of Washington unt Xy from tho persons in whose name said property is listed for taxes of tho years II and amount set opposite their names onIII 11897 HB POWELL 2005 Sheriff Washington 00j j Keepz Posted II- 0N THE WAQ y a special arrangement and for a short time only we will offer the Twicea Week CourierJournal AND THE HeisMer One Year For Only lB25 The CourierJournal has the BEST war news ser 1 vice of any of them and you get it twice a week with the Ncwa Leader making three papers aweeSi or 156 papers a year for only a Dollar anda Quarter This offer is open to all old subscribers to the NEWSLEADER who pay up and one year in ad vance and to any new sub scribers We consider this one of the most liberal offers made andthore is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war news and nome news as well Address EL Pub NEWSLEADERF I was afflicted with catarrh last au IIttimn During the month of October could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little Elys Cream Balin cured itMl1rcul Goo Shout Rahway N Jii NSYRUPCURES CONSTIPATION IheD YOT Take Your Vacation tho most hoceosary artlclo lo have withLyou after your pocket hook Is a bcttlo Foloya Colic Cure It is an absolut ofIpontlon or euro of All derangements t he bowqs caused hy achangaof nterV IRobft Most fascinating inveix lion iof Ore Qe Always f4 IeutIt nothtogllkoH Other socalloa for an onlr records of prepared in a Is not limited to such performances Omphoptiona you can easily mike reproduce records of the voice or any Thus it constant awakens new Its charm is ever inch The oJhonoIclear and brillia- ntGIipI9Ncs I Ife 914 fer tnnfetnreduflde ldtanand5laedozuid the 2urttb1i1UnIUt of eN or the work for T1ing TlWDllIach1Do tor causieguc Columbia Phonograph Co t DEPARTMENT 30 No 919 Pennsylvania Ave 5 WASHINGTON D 0 QBUWashington Buffalo CiucareUIiOoZ5o OCO fall dnijfgUto refund money I I EEvrnaybody Vj 1 I Knows t I THAT are Cunningham uncallt showing the largest stock r of Dry Goods Clothing Etc and selling at Lower Erices w r than any house in townthese 4 f TWO FACTS acdotint fofethe 4 4 large and increased tra9e for this season t i Our Dry Goods and Dreaa Trimmings Depaf traerit ts very complete embracing a great variety of both black and cob 11 1 ors and plain and novoUies We have just received a large stock of Silk Waist Patterts They are beauties call and T see them a a Our Shoe Department is sour PRIDE and we are justly proud of this season For wo are enabled to shbw Men 0 j Women and Childrens shots and Oxfords in all the colors f stylus and prices You will mis jt if you fail to see our stock i We lead in Mens and Ladies furnishinps Notions etc We call espacial attention to our stock of Men and Boys Shirts Men and Womens Underwear Womens Rodyl t made Waists and Sklrtfr ro 4 9You know we always do the largest clothing trade of atijn bouse in town We dOlt because we give the best stylea and values for the least money RugsLace1 our stock a Dont Forget OUt Inducements to Cash Buyers Pc v 1 1 J iJf DORTON KHAHMOJ DRN LATDoN ER t 1JM BWRTNStJ BEN IIAYDON Sn Mreaonn I Dndertaters and Funeral Directors i COFFINS CASKETS BURIAL I ROBES OF ALL KINDS 11J1 11 j J = la HAG AM BLOCK SPRINGFIELD KY I LnIInn r 4Ai n3CS3 XSrUff2 rQvA YA4 ArdF IIt I TOBUYABUGGYN g I f Comet Down and see ME S M KARRICK I Down Town Below Thompson Hotel fOVisIJJf V ArA AP I 1I1 IIN 1AsThfirriiatpricesandguuantecsyoutu succeed It must either keep up its standard or quit the field For over 22 VEARS 1 1this I otBORNCO The 6ria Cblcifa sfcf5ST Mnm1They we the admitted head of the custom HilW ing trade of America Erery yew k- oftheirfthousandspatrons 2enj Irgl II44 Whet he your mcawre kra Suit or overcoat ra5teedofhtpteieratjYouliaseatykiless CALLON money thin for low grads aUYf ta11oeI If pay rSPRINGFIELD J THE MEWSLEADER rvw XYXAY THURSDAY VOnNZMQ Mlw t A- 1SPINGFIELDXY M 0 pin YIAII II tJ Localor Business Notices 10 centa per Jut r tha hrat Jnso tit n and 5 cents for 4 4 4stIa c5uitserJoDon caniJttea and political matter 10 conU par line qf fJob Work i dont at low rates but cast Must bo paid on delivery of poods Advertising coutrncts made on liberal erm Obituaries and rciwlntlons of respect 8 t perJjn- 4 unou xExT5 Cqnnty Magistrates f 250 5001DLstrtC1tOmces 4 4J FKWildepj j = DENTIST 5 1- 1W SSIn Delta Operations Performed 2 r1 TEETH EXTRACTED = WITHOUT PAIN 5 tt 44In Springfield every first Thursday and Friday of each month i1 i II MAIS Omcx G28X Fourth Avenue = I LoUIsvILLE KY I1 4 2 JQS B CKSSELL i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON- sF J lOFFICEHOURS r 9jto lOA M and 7 to 8PM 01PIc JnMcOhordRcberkonD1dg e HUBBR H HORD T d DENTISTaOFFICE RIXEBABT BntLonto if SPRINGFIELD KY DR d H LAMPTON OFFICE OTKR CIRCUIT CLERK a A DR M RiNEKBRT OFFICE HOURS ia toVp m 4 EVERYDAY SPKIN G FIELD KYcJ DR JL H E RESIDENT BURTOltI TEETH EXTRACTED S WITHOUT PAINliI OrnoiH KaafBlock up Blairs Mi SPRINGFjlELDr KY tjtj- All Dental Firstclass Work Strict- a WF NEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE with C C McCnonn WDSLAYBROPKE r t fftoriteyt Law 1 Special attention glyon to the coltt ieoSon of notes and acconnte Oce with TW O McObor- dSPEINGFIELD Y1 j JAS B RYAN cUCTIOER VrLand and Stock Sales tJSpecialty SPRINGFIELD KY C EHSOBS l Ja Iat t BLACKSMITH SHOP HorseihOciligS Carriage Repairing and General Blmcksmithing All work aranfced to give satisfaction athe Casey shop SPRINGFIELD KY S = Oft CALDWELLN CURES Doat 1obaet It 04 5OYOLfLWS7- tobacCOCUU1 u4 foteyerbe ma rQ to quit wn or lire nerve ad tljor take No To il tint teak mea twitaerworkcr aifcy nS All II Cruo Bnaw iiI t dngtS5NC BoOklet and ssp1 tree Addrcst Jtofncoy Itor New York L 7 ff f f i ABOUT TOWN i 3 3 3 J Ja i 3 i 3 FOR AiOne bay press C 0 McGiLL BORN On Thursday July 21 to tho wife of U L Price a girl NOTICE I will next fall ripen a Poultry Slaughter House and will paylhe highest cash rice for turkeys and all kinds of live Fowls and eggs C O McGIL- SHERIFF POWELL wishes to announce that he will bo in hisj office in Springfield on Saturday and Monday of each week where he will be pleased to meet aUj those desiring to pay their taXesj WANTED Stock to pasture C 0 McGiLL IF you want to economize in in fuel and not burn upwhen cooking go to McElroy Shultz and get a Wickless Coat OilJ stove FORSALEAColumbiaGraph ophone with all attachments and IiFiftyDollar Ii i LEADER officeV J LOST A large door key The tinder will please return to S M Karrick GRANITE Preserving Kettles at McElroy Shultz all sizesv J K PARROTT of this county old five hogsheads of tobacco at the Peoples Tobacco Wareii house Louisville last weekat average price of 1347 the t highest bringing 1675 BRASS Kettles Maslin Kettles J nd tin fruit cans cheap at Mc Elroy Shultz THE tollgate property on the turnpike belonging to the estate of B A McElroy was sold in front of the Courthouse Monday by W B Spears Mr L H Thurman became the purchaser i t 400 ft WATER coolers And Ice Cream freezers all sizes cheap at Mc Elroy Shultz t rJblacksmlthing business of Reuc ben Mock and will hereafter the business at the olda Casey shop below town Mr iisor has employed an experi nced and competent workman an 4 offers good service to all who ned any work done See his ad iin another columnV THE members of Bevil Palmer Post 215 G A Rnre requested to attend g special meeting at- pringfield v Aug 6 at 2 pm or the purpose of making ar ran ements to attend the NntwI ional Encampment to be held atI Cincinnati Sept 7thV Taos HICKEY T J NALLY Adjt qomg a MONDAY was a dulll Countys Court day there being less stock on the market than on any court I day for a long timoV r t P S BARBER desires to an nounce that he failed to secure the sheep that he had advertised to have for sale The advertisement in the NewsLeader was ringing in so many inquiries that he has us to put in this notice to his friends THE rains this week the farmers say will make the cornI I crop The prospect of a big yield was never better j PROP EDWARDS of Perry ville tfill have charge of the college at Mackville next session THE following court day sales were reported bv auctioneer SC M Campbell on Monday 18 good yearling steers to P S Barber at30 per head 10 yearl ing steers at 2265 one old cow 14 one lot of yearling mules tao one horse buggy and harness for 1975 one threej yearold horse 8025 one fourI yearold mare 25 one pair sIxJl yearold mules 128 one plug mare 10 one plug horse 3 REV W M STALLINQS hasJ at last received a letter from hisii brother J 13 Stallings who with the Twelfth Regiment ofI regular under General Chappee was in the terrible fight at El Canoy on July 1st Young t Stallings writes tnat ho came out of the fight without a scratch and is still in good health hav ug escaped the fever which is now raging among the troops encamped at Santiago He isays that he was in the thickest fl the fight and was under heavy fire for ten hours Young Stall ings relatives here are very much relieved by the news of his safety THE recent examinations of- applicantsor teachers certifi f cates which have been held here resulted as follows In the ex j amination for white teachers out of ten applicants four were given firstclass six secondclass and one thirdclass certificates There were also ten applicantst for colored schools and one was given a firstclass three second Class and five thirdclass car- dtificates Messrs C F Bosloy and John F BTagan composed- the board of examinersh News From tho Boys Mr Will Leachman received a letter yesterday from Reginald Clements oneof the Springfield f boys with the Fist Regiment Reginald is now a corporal in Company K and writes interest idgly about crimp life Ho says that the boy are all happy at the prospect of going to Porto Rico that they are tired of camp life and want to do some f fighting Hd says that tho capImin of their company has gone home sick and that Will Reed WholsFirstLieutenant will prob ably le elected captain as he is ery popular with the men of the company Ed McElroy heII says is second Sargeant of the company The boys from Wash- Ington county he says are allt well and have become hardened to camp life A Success V The Old Maids Convention has met and has adjourned after having accomplished its objectT that of affording an evening of hearty fun for a good sized audience that assembled at the Operas Houseon Tuesday evening The twentyfive or thirty young lad ies who took part in the per ormanco deserve praise for the l admirable way in which they made the best of every situation each one by her individual act ing contributing toward the- leasing effect of the performa nce as a whole The quaint old and makeup of the old maids were Teatures and caused great deal of amusement Tho experiences given by the members of tho convention Were good and the local hits kept the audience in an uproar of laugh cit The rejuvenating machine V which possessed the power tow make old maids young and beau tiful was introduced with great success doing all that its inkent r claimed for it During the intermissions the audiences was entertained by songs from Miss Mary Devil and Mrs Maii Hurt of Lebanon Miss Bovil possesses a voice of great sweetness which she uses to ood effect Mrs Hurt also hass well trained voice and hertsongs were well received BaseballbThe baseball team from Bardse town came up on last Friday j afternoon arid administered anfl overwhelming defeat to ther Springfield club in the presence of a good crowd of people The score at the end of the last inning I stood Bardstown 14 Springfield 2 The Bardstown boys played good ball throughout the game although they failed to hit Col vin hard at any time The field ing game they put up however was good the work of the infield being of the professional order Bobbie Blinco pitched a good game our boys failing tp solve his delivery to any extent The l fielding of some of the homot t boys was of the very yellow order and was responsible forE the majority of the runs made byff the visitors THe Nelson Record in speaking of the game saysE The Springfield team will re turn the game here next week t The Bardstown boys are always t treated royally bv the people of Springfield and the club of the- elatter place will receive like treatment lore Every player of the Bardstown team acquitted i himself with credit in the game Friday and the clubis now want ing more games The club from Texas camet down Saturday and played a picked nine composed of a part of the regular Springfield teamJ and some youugerpiayers The game resulted in a victory for tho Texas club by a score of 10 o 10 The Texas boys were t much elated over their success t NEWSLEADER a year 55V PERSQN1rLI Richard Spalding of Lebanon was over Monday Mr and Mrs W K Robertson are at Tatham this weekVMrs Bessie Anderson of BJoomI field was here yesterday Mr Bishop OSnllivan of Leba- nOn was hero Tuesday night I H Thurman made a business trip to Louisville the first of the week IMiss Willlo Mays is homo again from a ylbit to friend at Hartford Miss Zanlo McElroy has returned from a visit to friends at Lexington Mrs Dr Rodman of Louisville is visiting her sIster Mrs I H Tnur l man =Mr Jack WiLson was a guest at the home ofDr Ray the first of the week Miss Mary Lewis jvbo has boon visiting in Louisville returned Mon i aySCharlie Gjrbono has returned from very much Improved inii ealthMr Bohon of Harrodaburg Is a guest at the homo of E 8 Mayos this week Miss Bottio Irylnohaa returned from a visit to Mrs Jack Beam atI Early TlzneaSMiss Annie Cunningham enterj tained a party of young people at her homo last evening t Mr Johnson of Lebanon Who spent several days at the home of Dr Ray returned homo Monday IDr Miles Saunders was hero ono ay last week Ho was on his way to owa on businessV Masters Edmund and John Miller of Louisville are hero on a visit tojj their aunt Mrs Q R GrundypJ Miss Naomi Thompson came in fromC Cincinnati whore she has been taking course at the Conservatory of Music Mrs W K Marks left last week for Columbia where she was called to bedside of her aunt who has since died = Mr W B Spears returned Satur day from Atlanta where he had beon to attend the reunion of Confederate eteranspMr William Spalding and sIstert Miss Llllio were over from Lebanon e day even ng to attend the Old Maids ConventionvMice Daub Greene expects to spend the winter at Sherman Texas She will go home with her sister MrsC Moore who returns in a few weeksT Miss Annie McOhord gavo a party last Friday night which was attended by a large crowd of young people from town All report a most pleasant time Misses Lizzie Lee Mary Lizzie Rinchart Lizzie Leachman and Mary nd Lucy Brown wont over to Lebanon yesterday tp join a house party at them home of Mrs W H Sweeneyr Doath TIs SadF FDiedher home near Springfield Kv Mary Sansberry daughter olO Polen and Mattie Sausberry But a few simple words yet hat a world of sadness in their meaning As a young girl she was much loyed for her cheerful ind any loving heart her sweet and gentle disposition and un- elfish nature won all The writerof this memoir holds her in grateful remembrance for a kind deed performed in a time F of trouble Few iadoed are her friends who cannot remember ome kindness at her hands and though we will sadly miss herR yet we know that God in His wisdom does all things for the est Sheleft to her family an example of Christian fortitude in saying Thy will he done n ot mine oh Lord May she est in p aceEA dear good friend- SPRINGFIELD KY 1 K M WVBE IT RESOLVEDG Resolutions of Washington County Teachers Institute Springfield Ky July 11 1898 Resolved That wo the teachers a of Washington Co tender to our County Superintendent J W Bush our earnest support and loyalty as our ideal leader InII the advance of thouew education untiringfforts forms and regulations for the more rapid advancement of our educational systemV 8Bethe person of Supt R M Shipp the teachers have found a patient and untiring instructor acourte ous gentleman and the the teach rs friend and that his methods are now good and practical We g notODjly thanic him fpr the Information imparted but feel confident of future success in our work Be itfurther resolved that the 2 hanks of the institution are extended to Mr Poage our most b efficient Secretary for the faith fuli discharge of his duties 2BeInstitute is under lasting obliga j lion to Mr 1 W Mansfield forE the impartial manner in which he presided as Chairman and for the courtesy extended each mem ber of this Institute ISV To the committee on music the the thanks of this Institute ore extended for the inspiration and pleasure afforded by their efforts Be it resolved that a copy of tbeserlsolutionsbe sent to the county papers the JNEWSLEA DER and the Progress fqr publi cationVM D MONTGOMERY E P DEDLIAN MINNIE TAYLOR CELIA MINTO SUSIE POPE A Bad Thing to Go Against Mr Geo C Keller Jr has left at this officea Krag Jorge son cartridge given him by SQrI geant KT atger of the regular army Etauoned at Fort Wads worth N Y The cartridge iRI two and a half inches long andI is loadedwith smokeless powder and guncotton The bullet which is the sizeol a lead pencil is of lead and is covered with a steel jacket which pro vents it from spreading It will go through 86 inches of solid wood at 500 yards and will kill a man two and a half miles and an ordinary tree at a reasonable distance is no protection fromthis deadly missive If the point of the steel jacket is filed off before firing Mr Keller tells us that he ball will tear a hole through a man large enough to run your fist in One of these bullets struck an American in the wrist at Santiago ranged up the arm passed through the shoulder and jaws into the other sboulderthen assed down the back and was cut out at the knee Harrods burg Democrat Tft Cure Oonitlpatlon Vorever orotTHE MARKETS Tho following tablo represents tho prices bythe12 oclock Wednesday but is subject to variations thereafter on private advices from Louisville per bu doalenIp Corn per bu 35 to 40 Oats porbu 80 to yepcrbu 50iiovcrperbn 2jper bu 35 to Orchard Grass per hoV 75 to 00 Hay Timothy per cwt 50IHay foyer per cwt to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE- Reportfurnished by the Louisville Lire Stock Journal 231 Woit Main Street Lou ule KyVtra shipping U 50a4 75 Light sIpping 50a4 kst 5 butcher ste rs aSxi atr to good butcher steers 3 75u4 25 rnninon to mod butcher itears 00a3 00 Tbin rougb steers poor cows and scalawags 25a3 25 xen good to extra 3 50a4 00 Oxon common to medium 2 5 i3 r 0 Feeders a4 05 Stockers f ci 75 lulls 250a300 Veal CalvesV 5 00 MILCH COWS Choice milch cows 35 00a45 Fair to good t 00a25 noas Choice jacking and butchers 2i51bto3001b 410 nIrto good packing 180 Ib toZOOlb 4 Good to extra light 100180 Ib n4 10 Fat shoats 120100 Ib 3 6Qa3 00 Fat hout3 100120 Ib 8 40a3 60 to Ibs 275a323 ougbs 150100 Ib 3 50a3 40 BIIPEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 SinS 50 I Fairtogood Ta325 Common to medium n3 00 luck H as 50 Skips and icollawags per head Mal 00 xtra spring lambs 6 50aO 00 Best butcher lambs 25a4 75 Fair to good butcher lambs 3 75a4 25 l1cDda 2 00 PKOPUCE Report furnished by HerndonCarter Co eneral Commission Merchants 313 Mur ell Jour and 110 Third Street Louis Yillc Ry- EcosSwady Fresh rahandled BoTTBn Market flnn Best grades 15 lOc choice stock 12al4o packing lOallcI- OULTBT Market steady Cblckenshons CaOXc roosters 8a3 fc spring chickens per Cos r ad goose full feathered per dozen 130360 plucked per dos 2a3BO turkeys live turkey dressed SalOc ducks per per dos fl75ata25B- BASS Michigan band picked fl20al40 new homo LlOo totlUS- HIUBS Grcon saltoJ 8aS c dry salt 10al2c dry flint ISalOc FQuRaccoon Ics to 10a70c mink Nos to 4 20a90c skunk prime block lOs 00 short stripe narrow stripe SOaiOo lIlucatGa2USorghum m macs 2a 25ppcr gal1 beeswax 84c per Ib clover seed f275o325 per bu onions 275o300 per bbl rags per cwt- FJUToEuPrimo white goose 83o84c ray mxod or old cOsio Errs Rod anti yellow 4SOahOO white as to quality 000a700 DRIED APPLES Now sundried active demand 2KaSc linen Home grownnew crop 10a2SipcrbbLV WOOL Best bury 15al8c tub washed 20aSOc black clear 17al8c black urryllalacVGREEN APPLES Market higher and firm Fancy 800a400 choice 250300 common 00a250SHAT GIUIH r Best hay strictly fancy per torvlOalO50 straw per ton 400a 50 ear corn 84o33c shelled corn in bulk JnS5 feeding pats 82a33c wheat No 21 06a9ac NoToBac ior Fifty Cents Gaarantocd tobacco habit cure makes weak men strong blood pure Oc9lAU 2 i VWaOBACCO MARKETS The following the quotatlonaQuotaUozCommltteo change at Louisville for this week 1897 CROP RED HURLEY Trash 00Trash00Common800Medium950Go011050CommonWCommon00Medium00Good00Fine22 60 COLORY UVaiBY Trash mixed OfI00TrashooCommon750Medium 00GoodU 00 IICommon00II j7o0Fine28 00 FISH AND PZSIUNG is tho tltlo of a very Interesting leaflet just iwued by tho Chicago Milwaukee and St fisbJngreortsinterest to tho professional anglers as well as to the amateur A copy will ba Sent to any address on receipt of a twocent stamp for postage Address Gco H Hcafford Genl Pass Agent Chicago IlL CASTORIAI Por Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thq- Slgnaturo of EGGS FOR SALE B Minorcas direct from thup none better 100 for 15 byII Pekin Ducks pen headed pair fromRankin weight 21 lb 100 for 13 MRS D F LOGAN DANVILLE SY Lock Box 506 r7tI1ItewHII IiBatKRoomsl IaJOHN TYRCE Propr s 1 g 8 g g New and elegant bath tnbswlth g Halland cold water Baths atr allt hourse 25 cents Cult and try fe 8 8gjs I KjsMAIN STREET i 8Vj8 V1tktttUtttt 611R THE wnnonli p Has on hand for the summer g season tho BEST rigs in = town Fast and safe horsesI g and reliable drivers 5 tt tt 2- II SPECIAL ATTENTION = = given to commercial men = g Livery connection vjith the = Springfield Hotel U= MAIN STREET = SPRINGFieLD KY a y Telephone No3 i- tQa a a 0HI 1 HaganJ THE GROCERYMAN Would have you know t1at ho iandlca j ICE Good pure artificIal Ice which Ipoundsdeliver it at your door at per hundred in any quantity He also kedps i lull line of iMStaple les and Fresh Country Produce MAIN STREET SPRINGFIELD KY Dear INol 15 years with coustipnlton nud I havo tried lmany preparations duting that tithe I cdnimenced stnl AT ildwolla tJyifop Pepsin In tho fall of 1605 and un boiitathijrty say lt3 the best romcdy I bavo ever found for mv trouolc No griplnc orjpalns after takljitf Y4wr2o5 W tl lT Waters Drownp INOW 14J t G VL 4j Is the tune to buy gOOds CHEAP atjtour store Allwool Clay Worsted Suits 8Ji5other houses ac1c much i 1Mens1 t Prints from 3c up i ij fliFrencqi competitionSGenuine Irish Lawn over yard wide worth 15c we are selling ut Ole Come and see themV srltVel prjces a year ago havingbou ht them befuro tUft advance Straw Matting 12120 wortli16c ii v We carry more Mens Ldies Missesi and dhIb drens Shoes than all the balance of the town putri together and our prices are correct All we asJrisaV cbancd to name vpu pricesV2 Choice line Sailors Sashes Ribbons and Ties 4r McGbopd Robertson OTURYr SEETH AT TWIST See That Price Delivered to YouSUses No 0 wire for the use and cross wires and makes lit deadlock twist that cannot slip Every maphjne guaranteed Builds the Page style of fence as well Places cross wires on barbwire fencing Send for a sample of the febca and free circular RICHMOND SAFETY GATE CO BOX iBi RICHMOND IND IV it t kttVi CLIMNTSVMAYISOV t lstdertakers andll DealersVFurutwe7 J g v We make a specialty off embalming cork which is done by1VTr Cl mentsr a graduate ofa schoo1 OfIJ balming and we rcarry everything in Undertaking Jgj goods and our stock is COMPLETE in every detail jg iiicat1s promptly attended to day and night tV SVS r Our stockof furniture is fine and complete d if jyou want Carpets Mattings Rugs Bedroom Suits Rockers Tables Chews or anything in the furniture Ilnet give us a calL 3 3C 3C PVVV1 VSVV l 1 tII iMAIN STREET X SPRINGF1ELDKYyV 35 i A BUSINESS EDUOATIOIM Uft soaUlr ffnor min who would win IIICCeo1n life Thtsb lng lJtl uf the first inponaaceTg training at toe school that steed In the Yert front ranktheVBRYANT STRATTON BIJSINESSdOLLE6L- OUISVIL1E KYV3ookkeepla Shorthand Te1egrapKV Write for fioautlfol book giving testimonIalB from J grafiaatoa occupying prominent positions all eveV tho United Stateoit will bo maIlcIREEV m sV ITROmpSON LKd ARE tJlQ edquartersFor I s Ijj TJhey hthd1all k 1DdfDJ Panning ImplemerU and i Wagons anti tb rcarry aicomplete line ofElii i 3 8 Bgge1 tot I S Plaotbns I Surreys Etcq a4 4 H Thevbuyandsel1htyflnd- grain5 and all ki9f eedsII I THOMPSON riL1tK9 tfi Suffered 25 Years Jidzoy i1cz1ty Z4k I CurcH byVVSV q I R6RJMEaCHMtDDMOS LtoPrealdl Elder HBCllI11cI1 CkiOaw- riteDrFennert C J suGered 35 years with kidney dijjf ficulty Some 10 jnjtfO r nsed 3 bbt ties your Kidney and Backache GijreJ i I cantrulyss k that since that the iJr have had less backache than I had Iii id minutes before I took the Cure 1 set Ientirely cured iprF r sate by hayden k 1I0he11o fVfly Ja Jit flcep Clean blood iwia a eas IeNt ibeautwjthuUt u C5S5afrt4 Ci4y1 tic eltlan yer seW kp It tiw iIj aLini Iii jdnsigaflIi- AJQt pt k 44 c J I f w THEE NfelYSLEADER ANOPENLETTER To MOTHERS WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR BIGHT Tb USE oV TIlE WORD CASTORIA AND rTIIEXUS1 CASTORIA AS OUR TRADE MARK iDR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyanniat Massaohu tttwaa ins originator of CASTORIA Mo same that has borno and does now boar Qnoysr- h8 fDasimilo 8 nslutdof f wrapper TVis 18 the original CASTOR A which has been used In I the homes vf the Mothers of America for over thirty years LOOK CAREFULLY ot the wrapper and see that it ia kkind you have always bought 7J1 nn the 74nd tko Bignaturo of wrap Pt No ono has authority from mo to use my name except 1 The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher ia President 1 lt ro721898 d 4J Ir I l D TftKTt cm breijy Jl andUNN thorrlbus Work of FCftUDI nn Army Tin Problem of Fresh Ureadnoxr the tiler Health Gntrded Tbo qCtfokr Undo Sams soldiers are probably the best fed and cared lor troops In the wofld The acllltios for securing pronea plelsuch that tile commissary department Inry of fare The greate3t tests in the niattor of unIcades have been to eccuro and trans port provisions to the little bands of cavalry and infantry engaged in keop f down Indian in the norj7Ythat the equipment of the commissar mej54i space alt the n necessaries of a kitchen ouUltiswomen visitors to encampments ot United States troops and to win from the housewife great praise for its sim- plicItyp and effectiveness Each company has its cook usually a fat and louT member of the service 5whoso headquarters are lrequented tt jj durIntalI parts nf Ihn day by convivial fr 5cmbcrp of the Tho usual F anFnatured seems to bo a rule of those y w ko serve in the army as well as those who are in civil life The cook is a etjtoldfitness for the part He is allowed two bytheapac weeks servico fn tho cooka depart jneht and being under his charge j While they assist in preparing and thlSserving the food the cook does the mni Ivlctwst Tho cook has one small tent in v which are stored the extra provisions and utensils needed A fly with haSguy ropes serves to shelter tormLboCcompanys kitchen Under it tho stove is placfed The latter is an metal affair made on purpose oblonlgr army and having griddle holes for thcdopots end pans A ditch is scraped in placedleLvingof glowing weed embers The cook iidaan artist at making a fire In this trench seIeven Jous folding chairs tables Improvised J f of tamp chests and other things serve rto make the necessary apparatus for usfl in the kitchen A dozen big ket a ties boilers and pans are the utensils3w caSDinoer at noon Is the prlndnal meal1anof the day incamp life and for an hour 0 before the kitchen presents a busy scene One assistant with sleeves roll diesSScelIng potatoes a bushel or more be Nearhlmthogrea supplyformen while ho attends the wIgins preparations for the coming re Past A huge boiler on one side of the stove holds four cSjwffee another boiler is filled with wa jter to receive the potatoes while InarIght kettle on another PUt ot the stove the cook drops and other tholeEomo parts vegetablesncoI soup and waits for the assistant to finish carving the meat thatlt may bo addedISoon tho dhinerls wayandare busy men In addition to the hot parts of the meal there are to be taken tram J Wheit sAeJ I Ilui i yoiicjuji stake tho Ague by using 1iStKGUE CURE It is the 1 ono certain and infallible cure for that depIcting disease It has been tried in many countries and various onditio 1sandhna l111derI ijeon kno tb fall Iwnteso iiYc my bo n AnOldveteranj perienco many years ago Cusp The year bofora Kansas Some twenty of farmlngand suddenly all were taken flier and ague11 We tried alaoat williI iritkont gutting any help till at lost I sent to iUi city and procured buttle of Ayerti dare recovered at once The othersJfol uajl lowed ay example und they too recbvjerod J Every ono Incamp toot the remedy aiod was cured It I orSl have lived in thirteen different states of the i Union and havo never had tho ague since a f 0 D SMiTh St Asgusliie Fla Theres only onothingtpfetfprague 4 NA GcI AYEtiik AfK cure1 L L Itflo LacuostsJ ad or hard tack The bread problem lis a serious one on a marchor in camp away from the cities and while cook often has to prepare thecorn t ad or other cereal himself it is brought Into camp already prepared whenever possible A company of a hundred men or more will eat a gredt ntity of th staff of life in a week an sudThere are other parts of the soldiers meal to be fixed if the company isj and ofntifulonJ the bill of tare dried fruit rice horn and other easily carried eatables to prepare all these on the ono small stoyc and with only two assistants Is an art that only an army cook drathnds When the meal Is ready bug orlesrange themselves an orderly man and iba cook tad his assistants rtouL First the soup is ladeled out then the snore solid components of tho al then the coffee and then the eets until all are supplied ITo such an extent does cleanliness enter Into the preparation of the sol precautlonsfully the pots and pans are scrubbed brightly the big knives and utensils are polished and tho refuse of the cook tents is carried far off and dumped to prevent the contagion that might arise from decaying slops The officers vg 4ilantd his assistants as the health of the mp may depend on their careful lo ardLaeasbEach company haaIts cook and mess exc eneampthenare thrown together to work in unison Uncle Sam has all his cooking utensils made to order and chests are used to k everything In when on the march nt the Milliners rSherldaD as he became older conquered his shyness At the time of e Commune he was in Paris with bia aifldedecamppi plngAmerican woman with whom he was slightly acquainted The prisoners had been liberated and were rushing madly through the streets The order d also been given that all windows and shutters must bo kept closed Shut up in her dark room and hearing the isy rabble below the woman became eatly alarmedGThere Is but one thing for me to she cried to insure safety I will put myself under the care of the Amer- ICan General She therefore sent her card to Sheri fnrvices He also advised that she should join his party in the morning and get away to London Still she ap peared distressed Finally she cried It is my bonnets at Vlrots They ere to have been down today now n I go and leave thempThe General grasped the situation d offered his arm to escort her to the milliners Happily it was not far off Ever afterward he delighted to tell of his pleasure at seeing such an array of dainty headgear He bad never been at a milliners before Spain niphca If Spain really wants to keep up tho lIght and can get funds in no other ay she might turn to her cathedrals When she was at the zenith of her power the cathedrals became the eptacles of vast wealth and for theI most part that wealth remains todo tyl t thodepthWeight in gold Nbt only are the mo sales that cover the walls of very high value but the shrines are loaded with rare ornaments and in many cases with precious stpnes of great size and worth A chapel in tho great Cathe byIthe headland the garments of the Virgin and scInts haic jewels sewed on themncre then aro untold rich as bur a country would be far gone In deedjtomake use of so sacred relics for carrying on an unholy war- At present they are rigorously guarded WileD the Sultan Goes to Krny When the Sultan of Turkey attends the Friday midday prayer at the mos que in Constantinople the garrison of 3 ho0bOOroute so that ho shall bo safely guard hIsIg y neys in fear of his life and he insists upon every precaution being taken Thousands of people gather to sqe tho Ruler of the Faithful but the best way thoChamberlainj upIr ticians soldiers sailors and civilians jostlej ono another In their desire to obtain a glimpse of AbdulHamid at prayerV Icclnncl1 nrThe bottle post is an old Instltu j lion on the south const of Iceland Let ters are put into corked bottles which are Wafted by the winds to the opposite coastT They also contain a cigar or l deJlverQur new pastor the Rev Mr All aboutIicl1veu oltIDrakwaysplace f fbr wayUrotlier s In his address to the Kentucky Press Association tho retiring President L W Gaines waxes eloquent in his praise of Kenj lucky and her wonderful pro1 in1KOflLUCk3 fleetest horses the finest churches tbo bust school the richest minerals the best sulphur water thaibestfedcattle the biggest wheat shock tho largest tobacco fields the biggest ears of corn tho roost diversified climate the most pol itics tho prettiest women and the smartest babies in the world Blue Grass Clipper R M Goary 1icmn Mich writes Dot ittV Witch Hazol Salvo is lugiroret rcnioUirs combined It euros eczema and all other ekhi diseases Waters A Browno tu to bed and early to risofouPrepjirftsTx mini for lets homo n the resklcseKarly to bon anda Little larly Riser la the pill tliiil makes Hfo lunger and wiser Patera A firownoco Seyeral farmers will buy hogs heads to store tLeir wheat in tIts mmer Stich persons should be very caret ul in adopting this plan as wheat put in any kind a barrel is almost ure to spoil by Decoming musty Vbile tne wheat put in hogsheads may seem to be good on top yet down toward the middle and bottom it will be spoiled Better buy sacks put your wheat in a pile on th apezo ofttoWhen you are sufroring from Catarrh or cold In tho bond yon wint relief right away Only 10 cents is required to jstt lit Ask your clrnrgistror iho Uinl size or Ely8 Cream liUm or buy the 50c slro Vo mall It ELY IHIOS 50 Warren St N Y City caHandvested threshed aud delivered a very large croo of wheat over 000 bushels Ho had 130 acres in cultivation 40 acres of which followed corn ad yielded 25 ushels per acre 90 acres after cloer yielded a part 40 bushels the rest 85 bushels Ho sold in Danbillti at 75 cents and has de le thvedHarrodsburg S Parker Sharon Win writes I have tried PoWUlH Witch Hazel Salvo for Itching io3 and It always stops them In two inlniitcx i conslrtor eWltt Witch Hnzol Vulo the greatest lo cure on tho market Waters A BrowneIThe editor of the Observer be jonsed to Col UP S Grants reIiment it tho civil war Now the editors youngest son is underIi the command of Col en F D GraU at sonI mauga Another coincidence is catrpedionffathers regimen fought LongI streets division years Lexington Observpr Tlinf IlnekiuK touch in millennium your cnnHtittitlon lnpI ing yom HtreiiKth Df llolls Pino Tnr Hon y will cure it This Is ono of tho moat vnlnabft remedies of modern Minos for ooJSKlm colds anti lironohial troubles ugKiMa sell it Price S5c No cure norIkalYdidslfir3tence on weather conditions wo will have frost by the 25th of next September that insects lullaby having been first beaM on the 25ih acd it is said that frost occurs 00 days thereat or He reports another forecast orI the weather which is be reliable than than thoughtJoI katydid the hornet It thr1Inest low it foretells a hard tor if high a mild winter These two swarms bo found nesting on the ground in a field where he was cutting clover Another sign the clustering of wild grapes also indicates a bard wm1 terPuri Reporter iHyoiffcliIlirpiiny cnkiHinnlpcoviMh Does tt liuvo coiivulsions If no it has wurniH httea Crestin VcrmlfuKO Is the only nafo euro Every bottle is guHrantcml to bnng worms ttc Hay don A Itbhortsou Yalnale Farm Lands FOREtENT- I Jcsire to rent for the year 1S99 my farm near Frederidk town Vaobington county Kj consist ing of 450 acres about 100Iacres oi whichIS as line bottoih landus can be found anywhere The are two large resilencea and one good lenr tint house on the plncc also flood 6utbuildii s Will rent the farm aa a whole or divide it into trade For further information cull on or itldrees tSMRS MICQNNOR q Fredoriqktown Ky r tNJor 1l TIWRMA J1 Springfield Ky Sympatbetic fiUbd 1tfirstIA customer of mine whose wire has used r bottles of Mothers Friend befcre con finemcnt says after seeing the effects oftiu- medy that if the had to fjo through the ordeal igain and there were but four bottles on the market and the cost was lQ per bottle she would have them Mothers Friend It is a scientifically eerbinel ce Easticityvolved in the final ordeal drugmstsOnellarisBornAtlanta height of Soldiers The Yankee is tho tallest ofI civilized men In Europe the Scandinavian is tbe only one that proaches him in average height the body Even tho Englishman is half an inch shorter andI the German a trifle more than au inch The uverago Amoiican volunteer stands 5 feet V4 inches in his stocking feet whereas the mrulyIJ t Amen n is ten pounds heavier than his antagonist and his chest ex pansion is markedly greater During the civil war the biggest men came mum Kentucky averS aging a trifle over 5 feet 8 Closo behind was Kansas with Minnesota Missouri California and Nevada following in the order given Tho men from all ese states averaged 5 feet 8 inches Maine Illinois and Michigan fell twotenths of an ilOch below that mark nod flex t crQie Oaio and Punjisylrunia M sachusetts and Cutinecicut wre at the fool jf the lib1 the J9 v T4 vA volunteers from the latter state averaging only 5 feet 61 inches Inn klcns Arnica Saivo- The best salve in tho world for Cuts Druisffi orqe ulcers Ulcers Salt Rhc urn Fovorsores Totter thappod hqrcn Ccilblalns corns cited nil skin eruptions and positively euros Plies or no pay It norfoctinoney Priuo y coits por box a t llavdou tt lOll orisons Driic Stoic Dr OrllVIJncTriiv Honey will click tho worst Cough or euro a cold in one night It cuts the mucus without exertion or stralningand stops thu cflujb pnrtltItorgans lung tissues with renewed vitality i Executors Sale o- fParmand I IAs Executor of the will of Jas Edelen deceased Iwill at 2 oclock p i- nSaturday Aug 6 1898 At the vJourthcise door in Spring tieJd Kv offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the real estate of Slid Jas Edelen con 10f tracts10ful the time of his death situated about Li miles Southeast 01 Springfield and coo tattling about 150acfesThasecond being the farm purchased of the late Leo Edelen just beyond the 150 aero tract mid containing about 215 acres and knowu as tho Len Edelen farmAnd justtaclrTown about one mile Southeast of Springfield and containing about 70 or 80 acres Etch of said farms will be sold upon a credit of 0 12 and 18 months equal payments and the purchasers will be required to give hoods for the purchase price bearing pdr cent interest frjm date payable to the under sh oed with good personal so curity and a lien upon the lands as additional security The farm known as the Len Et1 len farm wili be offered as a whole and in tracts For further information apply to the Undersigned- J E EDELEN Executor Of the Will of Jas Edolen Deed July 8 1898 7 ITHE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due not only to tho originality and simplicity of tho combination but also to the care and skill with which it is processesknownCo only and wo wish to impress upon all tbo importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Pigs is manufactured by tho CA IPOIIXIA Fio SYJUJP Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist ono in avoiding tho Worthless partiesFORMA Pea SYKITP Co with tho mcdl profession and tho satisfactionIel11 tho genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It Is far in advance of all other laxatives Ibowelst lug them and it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial 11thsFRAKOI800 Cat LOUISVILLE Ey HKWYOUC XV hind Tidings to Asihiiuahiuflcrcrt 5 Foloys Honey anti Tier gives quick and positive rcliof ip all eases llnydon Robertson Ask Your DULUWIST CATARRH For a Reuirous 10 CKNT TRIAL SIZE Elys Cream Balm cuntilni no cfcinercury nr any other drgIt bobcd Or j relief ut ItlvEADAIIAT1Ilnllanllulbn IIBI sad protects tha uiemironn ihtlflI the TlfalbeULYlilOTUEltW Warren BUoet New York Skia DiseasesIFor the speedy nntl permanent euro of Chamberlnios ia itchlug4n1itspermanentcqr plieschappedsrOlnnllltcl1fds Dr Cadvs Cgnditicn Powders Ifrt punlicadvcrieifuge Hnvdon RobortBon Druggists I t ji AVERS Sarsaparilla isthe I BEST SARSAPARILLA Best is an easy boast But theres no best 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