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Ucr TH NEWSLEADER e8tabHab4I t t4 Janur1894comb1natIonoft J Washington Uodnly Leader 188491 8prfngfloldNewfltl890M j lI t i f I II JSewSeriesVol V No 33 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY IIIi 1898 IO A YEAE iit c t tj J ierJis lbs M ct Cade lieU piwd- errL uw eItesta allow It goes w JilIN 1 I t ll J b IHp t H t mm tvtntn eo OUR DIRECTORY SPIIINGFIELD county seat of Wash tngtou CoUnty 63 miles 8oUth cat ot Lex ington 69 miles from bouixvUIo on Bards town branch of Louisville and Nashvllln railroad lnafarming and agricultural dis trict Two banks telegraph and telephone lino express offlco flour mills lumber 1 yards Fopalatton 1100 population of i cotratylSjOOO Representative in bongrtss Hon D n Bmltt Cloverport Kv t Representative In Kentucky Legislature Haui Saofaan- RcpreecntatlTO in Btnte Senate Hon U C McOhord Springfield Ky COUNTY DIRECTORY ClftCUIT COUnT Circuit Court bRlna on the fourth Mon dJaj la February Way and Octobor CEYAttenon Judge WMi Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney F M Campbell Clerk T W Slam 3 natfr Commissioner unTInLYCOURT Quarterly Court Is held on the third Mon day In January April July and October TB rLltaoy Judge COUNTY COURT 1 l r County Court raoota bathe fourth Mon d2 tUOaChflUflth B rVjtsoy Judge IWF Kookerj Couuly Clerk T S Maycs qourtvAtiornoy JR BlDlthTI1IJer U B Powell Rhtri1l WUThurman Sidney OsbornO JDoputiej nyroaCroako of1t EilMasters rI JaaiQs F Moore County urvoyor T FOBryan Assessor jK Ward rtcputy5 4 R Campbell OouatyiTrtoynroi 1 1 BPBJHar IBLO DIROCTOP t W ItBaker Pdncn Judge 1obttcracc j MhIW O Ro9A cltyAttornor J 7 V 1Th JUbTlCl COURT J Ufttlre courts arbhcld in January April 4k JulaAAot b CHURCH DIRECTORY p BAPTIST HUnCH 4 Rnr G 0 Pugb Fn tor Services every Sonduy at 11 a m Sbd 8 p m Sunday Icbooat 83d Pravflr Meotlnt on Wed Ii z Y a METHODIBT CHURCH llnr n F Atkinson Pastor Services on the Elrt and Third Sundays In each irinth at m and Spin PRESBYTERIAN CHURCtf Rev lIE OLawBon JVlo SctvIcos evcrr 1aunda at11 s manfl 8 p m Pruycr Moot log every Thursday nlghU OATHOUC C1IURCH 1ml P HcnncsyPuitof Srvicoi every Sunday1 at 8 and 10 oclock a n Bcrvlco at St Rose tamo hours IFR7TERNL ORDERS MiaOKto toDGi 8prIngficld lodge No mccta oecond Monday In each month Wisnlngtoa R O chapter No 27 t mceta ereryhlrd Monday BprlngHetd Council KoI 62 meets every fourth Monday KsidUTa or BOSOP Meets every second nd fourth Mondaefn eaclundnth Csiq n rs or MkcAiicxs ilocis ovcry Brst Wednesday of each month a Lancf N TIME TABU3 Aria1andDeprtnro ofTrkIas a41 3 42 PM e LzrfI6 45 12 40 Ar tipringllcld Lv 050 Valley mU 5 130 6 = 12 m Tlnokhr 15471147 B15 1154 Crymkes 5641 68 t 0 05 It 37 Wpodlawn 03 a 13 5 5SLll 27L Erly Times 6 123l 25 J115 Bardstown62335 580 1050 Nazareth 030308- r 537 1080 8amucl 04113 S4 521 10 S3 vDpatsvfflo 045360 513 1010 CSpring 653405 5 m in 00 Hobbs Bj 4 15 li 00 952 Lloagmont 7 4 b5 04iBard Junct 4 40 8hephi rd vllle 4J Huber 7101500 480 South Park 4 2T SnhBouth Louisville 4 108 00 Lv Louisville Ar 8 05 0 PK MI 1I1Mi i Personal REK Gipago niodlca rofoiisnco book Zty person afflicted with any epoclpl eliroulo or delicate dlscasn peculiar to tuejr Address the leading iibysi + i rIans and Bur cons of the Unjtcd States 1Dr Hathaway A Co 70 Dearborn street Chlca n a T CUKE ACOI1 IN PNIi DT Taka Laxativo Bromo Quinln 1 AH drugglals refund thomonry II it falls to cure 25c For vile by Hiydoii tt Robertson and Vitors Browflo U BallardffSnow Liniment Thcrolsno piH It will not roHoife no awellineTfl will not ROb nd vound U wIIt no t Jwal It wiAsuro frost bUtS chilblains a d corns UayJon d Uo1xrton 0a0 1 Tu NIWSbIlDER1 L I E e FE E e E EE fl fEe EiEe EeeEE EEEt FF1jH ABSENT BOY miss him in the orchard where the fruit is sunningmmTIlEY a w qver And in the meadow where tho air is sweet with new mown hay And alll about tho old form which knew him for a lover From tho early seedtime onward till tho crops were piled away They miss him in the village where nothing went without m him Where today the young folks parties are dull and in 5 complete They cannot just explain Iit there was such a charm a about him = The drop of cheer ho always brought made common daylight sweetw = And now hes gone to Cuba hes fighting for the nation iiHoscharging with the others a lad iin army blue iHis name is little known yet but at the upland station w They are all sure youll hear it before the war is throughw And when you talk of battles and scan the printed column His regiments the ono they seek his neighbors think andcaro a The more they do not speak of it their look grows grave ond solemn For somewhere in the thick of strife they know their boy is there i Margaret KSangster in Colliers Weekly w Si a333 33 333 3 3 a u Odds and Inds of 6o sip 3 r n n= M ISLEADINGMyattentiOnwasrectly G business man to some statistics in a financial paper which are misleading and vrKich give Washington county rather a badr standing in a financial way The1 KenjJtUCKY 11valuecounty with average iincumbr anco Lon each acres The aver ago value of Washington county lands is according to these fig ures 1899 while the iticum branco is given at 1320 per aero These figures are taken from tho records and are correct so far as tho records go but still they aro misleading and do not state the case as it really is Tho incumb ran os represent mortgages and lion notes and the reason that the amount of indebtedness appears so largo is duo to the fact that few people who have occasion to deal in farmlands take the trouble to have the liens released on tho records in tho clerk s office andI thoincumbranooremains so far as the records go My in formant thus me that sometime ago he had occasion to inv stiI gate the title to some land be longing to a well known exoffi cial of tho county and ho found that some liens belonging to a former transfer had never been t released on tho records the gen tleman saying that he had sim ply taken a deed to tho proporty did riot know it was necessary to have any liens released It is Ithis carelessness and ignorance on the pajrt of some of our citiI zens who transfer farm property that makes Washington county show up so badly in tho statis tics and may hav6 something to dowi h the slowness of invest ors in taking hold and the consequent low prices of our farms 4 farmer com 1IIEFARMERThO at times and often with just cause at the way lie is sometimes whipsawed onIwhen tho time comes to sell his wheat or his corn or other pro browiers who had raised any wheat sold it soon after harvest The price was low but according to all indications and conditions that should govern the market was going lower But alas All signs fail with the farmer No sooner had the great bulk of the wheat crop left the farmers hands than the manipulators and the speculators began to got in their work and the price of wheat soon began to soar around the dollar markanti many a poor farmer quietly went out behind his empty wheat barn urd kicked himsolf This year all the indications that should govern point to a higher Wheat market for the future Reports rom abroad show that the for eign crop is not up tothe sUing ard Spain one of the best of wheat countries will not raise more than half of its usual crop The demand will bo larger thani usual Tho amount of wheat llthat will bo consumed by ourI army and our southern allies will to a large extent influencer the market The crop in the southwestern states is said to be very bad having been injured by rust and smut The farmer sees all of this and he has every reason to believe that he will make money by holding hisI grain for a later market But theres no telling remarked one the other day It seems that it always goes by contraries and tho speculators at Chicago may put tho market down justi because the farmers havo fig ured it out that it should go higher r AMPBELL I notice that the wife of the cRev George F Campbell of Hopkmsville has been adjudged a lunatic and that tho Rev George is to take advantage of the incident and try and havo himself exonerated by tho the Conference of the M E church that body hav ing expelled him sonotimo since it will bo remembered for the offense of mistreating his wifo Some of the newspapers seem to bo inclined to side with Camp bell and insinuate that he will tworever who will stili believe tho Rev George guilty They once lived in the samo town in which Campbell preached andtboY1 had occasion to observe his treatment of his wife and they do not hesitate to 8ay that Campbell is a brute and that the treatment of his wife was as bad afs it could be They say thatdf tho poor woman is really insane her aflliction was brought on by her troubles which should bo afl the more reason why the brutal husband should bo pun ished rather than exonerated IR EAUTIFUL PLACE Ono of tho most beautiful and attractive places one could well dream of finding during the summer months is St Catherine near town The grounds in and about the placo aro well kept and the shade trees make it cool and pleasant There is quite a crowd of visitors at St Catherine this summer made up of friends and patrons of tho school and others who have gone there from the cities to enjoy quiet and rest A good many of the girls from a distance who havo oen attend ing tho school are spending their vacation there and heir parents and friends come on to seo them instead of hiving them at home Visitors are always welcome at St Catherine and are kindly received by the sisters to whose untiring efforts is due the building up and success ful operation oi that worthy in- stItution T YOU ought to know that when suffer ing from anjrkidnoy troublo that a saro pure remedy ja Foloys Kidney Cure which is gdaranteedor money refunded Haydon tRobertson llnnD Shuts WltTi Graphophone The Graphophone is to ho ear what the pbotqgraphic camera is to ithe eye and more for the slanUyIi andJto make records of your friends Voices to be preserved for future use You can catch tho story o7 your jolly friend 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 reproducing the music of bands orchestras or vocal or instru tmental soloists No investment will return so much in pleasure as the purchase ot a Grapho phone li is the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue No 80 to the Columbia Phono graph Company No 919 Penn- sylvanIa Ave Washington DC About ono month ago my cliUJ which in fifteen months eld hnd an attack of diarrhoea accompanied by vomHing I gave it such remedies aa aro usually gt eil In such cases but as nothing gnvo re Hot wo sent for a physician and it was under his euro for a week At this time tho child had boon sick for about ton days and was having twentyflvo operations of tho bowels oVOrY twolvo hour and wo wcro convince thut unless It soon obtained relief It would not live Chamberlains Colic Cbolcraand Diarr hoea Botncxly wac rocommundod and I decided to try it I soon noticed change for tho better and oy its continued uo a complete cure was brought about and It is now perfectly scaltyC L BpRjra Stutnptotvh Ollmcr W Va For Bale by Ilaydou Roocrtson U UU WITH OUR = = y a rlRI IERS 3 3 Notices stock iced or grain wanted or for sale or exchange Inserted in this cot umn tuna or Farmnrs arc ro questcJ to send in stock or crop items foj publication Miny farmers of Boylo county have boon kicking long and loud over the prices Danvillo wheat buyers have been giving for tbp present crop buyers from Ilarrodsbnrg giving Boylo county farmers from i2 to 4 cents moro a bushel for grain delivered on car at Danvillo than Dauvillo buyers would offer t t t A now species off bug has appeared and is doing great damage to cabbage It appears to attack no other vegeta blotIt is oblong in shape and has rod spots on its back John Metcalf 0 W Welch and S D Young of Jeesa mine report the bug and doproda ions Specimens aro to bo sent to the experimental station at State Col lego for light on tho cubjoct It Is a now thing in bugolocy t l This is tho way a farmer keeps off tho caterpillars J boro a bole intho trc6 deep enough to roach tho sap fill It up with sulphur and plug it np Tho sap takes it to ovcry twig and caterpillars disappear at oncu Ihave rover known a tree to bo injured by it and have used it for years tttAuctioneer Campbell gves tho fol lowing court day oales Monday 13 yearling stoOlS bro Kht 81400 per bond 10 yearling steers 175 per hun dred 1 cow and calf 823 black pony 8i2010 and ono plug torso 1050 Largo crowd but buyers wore low But littlo stock sold Ilarrods tt burg Democrat t J It Is rather curious that It is a south era farmer who has succeeded in pro ducing the hog that turns tho scales at tho greatest weight f Wr Will lams of Decatur Ala Is tho man and his hog which ho says is only threo years old weighs Ii52i pounds and is so fat that it cannot rise It Is ton foot two inches in length four foot and u half high Its ownor has refused flvo hundred dollars for it thinking that ho can mako moro by taking it from place to place and using it as a show Tbo hog is of tho Berkshire breed crossed on tho nat Ivo southern stock American Cult vator Backleus Arnica SaneITho best salvo In tho Bruises Mores ulcers Ulcers Salt Itho urn Fovor sores Totter Chapped bancs Collblolns corns nnd all skin eruptions und positively euros Piles Or no pay required It is guaranteed to give per lout Bitisfaclion or money refunded Price 25 cents porbox at Ilaydou tJOK orisons Drug Store Why Nut Astonish Spain Peace and rumors of poace though contradicted continue But is there any reason why the articleshquld notcomefrom this side of the house as well as from the other Our courtesy is becoming so Oriental that overtures to that end would be but an added grace Moreover iit would take the wind out of the few sails that Spain has left It might look aa though we were 4I playiogto the gallery but the existence which one leads m the minds of other people has always been a matter of indiffer once a the wise To us belong the spoils and with them weI might readily afford to maks propositions Emanating from Washington instead of from Madrid they would be oil to the rusty machinery which is the honr of Spain To a victor sb gallant she could but wave her tattered mantilla Colliers Weekly e how to Look Good Goad looks aro really moro than skin deep depending entirely on a healthy condition of all the vital organs If the liver llq inactlvo you have a bilious look If your stomach is disordered jou have a dvflpoptlc look if your kidneys are nf foctcd you hayo a pinched look Secure good hpvlth and you wIll havo good looks Electric Bitters Is a good alterative and tonic Acts duocU yon tho stomach liver and kidneys purifies bldod cures pimples blotches and boils and gives a good complexion Every bottlo guaran toed Sold at Haydon ltbhortsoh8 drug store 50c porbottlo Lester Sees Victory State Inspector 0 W Lester arrived in the city vcstprday from Elizabeth town where be went to attend tho congressional convention and toflx up theI fences in his race for tbei1omiI nation as Republican candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals Tho race in the third appellate district has narrowed down until Mr Lester and Judge W W Jones of Adair county scam toI be the only contestants for the i Republican nomination ThoI convention will probably beheld or August 25 The Democrats have already put forward their candidate in the porscnrf Hon J P Hobson of Hirdin county Mr Lester stated last night that ho thought tho state would be earned by the Republicans in NovemberTheir he said depends upon their laying aside all lactional jealousies differences We can only win by presenting a united front As far as I have boon able to ascertain l this sen titnodt prevails throughout the state I have takongroat pains to find out the sentiment of theI party and unhesitatingly saIthat ia my opinion there will be greater unanimity in this falls elections than over before The Elizabeth town convention which has nominated Mr Blandford was ono of tho most haraionious I hayo over seen It may betaken as a fair illustration of the Republican setotimont of the state Mr Lester said that if he is successful in obtaining tho nom ination in his district he intends to win Commercial An Enterprising Drncslnt Thoro are few moro wldo awnko and enterprising mon than lluydou ikllobort Bon who spare no pains to socuno tho best of everything in their line fur their many cuKtouiors They nnw havo the valuable agency for Dr Kings Now Dis covory for consumption coughs and colds This In tho wonderful remedy that is producing such a furor nil over tho country by its nanny and starting cures It absolutely cures asthma bronchitis hoarseness and all fractions of tho throat chest and lungs calL at tho above drugstore and got a trial rattle f too or a rogu lar sizo for and 100 Guaranteed to cure or prlco refunded Marion Free Turnpikes The most important business before the County Court last Monday was the filing by Mr 8 A Russell of a petition for an election on the question of free turnpikes and gravel roads for Marion county says tho Marion Falcon The petition was signed by about 700 voters many more than necessary the law requiring that uch a petition shall bear 15 per cent of the voters of the county In accordance with the petition Judge Kelly entered an order far a vote to be taken on this question at the regular Novemj nor election and instructing thell Sheriff to advertise the same The proposition will undoubt edly carry by a large majority and Marion county will thus ob tain by proper legal steps what many ot her sister counties have accomplished by violence and lawlessness Our people cannot be too highly commended forJ their forbearance and respect forlaw in thfs matter in spitoI qf the example set by our near neighbors I Whether free pikes arc the best thihs for the vpeoploor nots there is no question but that 1t I a popular sentiment is overwhelm ingly in favor of tho proposition and the experiment viR bo tried Indeed surrounded as wear obI there is no alternative left us but to full inline as the com merce of the coUnty and of Lab anon especially is suffering from the barriers which elsewhere has been removed Tho Falcon is proud of tho recorddf the law abiding citizens of Marioncounty and tho fact that po effort is to thwart them ia their purpose is evidence that the people do not havd to employ violence but that there is a right and proper and legal way to accomplish every just end That the ques tion will carry is certain and the Falcon feels assured that the Commissioners who may be appointed to confer with the owners of turnpike stocic will be actuated by a due regard lor the- rlghtsof others and that evory thingconnected with tho trans action will bo carried on tei ttmtiy artdfn order j Deafness Cannot bo Jared by local application iltthcij cannot reachrtho dfecasoU portion t f fho tat There la only onowav fo faio doaTncRs and that lit by constitutional remedied Deafness la caused by an InfiamaUun of tlio Eustaclan Tube When llila tube gets inflamed voubavoarnmbllngaonnd or Impqrfpct hearing and whoa It Is oa UrolyciosorfdcarnoKj la Ibo result and and unlosstho Jnflninatlon can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hcnrinuwlir bo destroyed for over time cases o uIt uf ton aro caused by catarrh which nothlngbntan inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces Wo will give Ono hundred JDpllats for any case of deafness caused by catnrrht that cannot bo cured by flails Catarrh Cure Send for circulars froo F JCheonoy it Co Tolodo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c hails Family Pills arotho best That Now SprIng Mrs Sharp of Bardstownand Qandl Mrs Bennett H Young of Louisville were out Tuesday and visited Sharp Springs They spoke well of the water and the Colonel sayshe is going tOhave it analyzed We hope il may prove a suc cess and that this place with a beauty surpassing that of Switz erland shallat last bo tho pl qp of interest 10 the tourist and pleasure seeker that it deserves to be A hotel built on the sum ait of tho cliff just above the spring would be very picturesque indeed And whore could folks bo so royally entertained as right in Kentuckys central county where they know so well how and are so willin sub The above mentioned springs still continue to ho as much an object of interest as ever Every day great numbers visit it and it has become the favorite place for picnic parties OLe of the most delightful was a supper given there the other evening in honor of Miss Lodge of fet Louis who is visiting here Frederick town Letter in Nelson Record Brooklyn N Y Doc 19 1800 Messrs Ely Uroal have used Elys Cream hahn a number of years and find it works hko a charm It has cured mo of tho most obstinate aso of ct1ld In tho head In Iea than 43 hours rom tho time loll tho cold coming on I would not bo without it llcspoctfully yours 233 Hart St Frcdk Fries Cream Balm Is kept by all druggists Full slzo 50e Trial sice W o mail it ELY 110SB W Wnrron St N Y City A Good Meeting Bro Wm M Stalhngs writing from Springfield to the Western Recorder SOoysII iYo closed a meeting of great spiritual power last night at Chaplin Fork church Results Church great ly revived 16 additions by ex perience and baptism and one restored Wo had the assistance of Bro J n Daft and his sing er Bro Lamareaux They are mon of God and well suited for evangelistic work Theta faith ful labors wilt llong be held in loving remembracoby the great congregations who assembled to hear them almost every service Bro J C Rush or former pastoi of the church who is now in Fits 84th year was with us some and aided by his wise counsel and earnestprayers God bo raised for his great bIAssing I go Monaay to alii Bro T HxColc man at Mckinney Stop that barking bj tho use of Dallardir Horehound Sjrup It arroets the cough alnynirrltutioii of tbo throat and relieves congestion Of the lunis In a day1 It afdnnil liloflaiif to tokodud flavor d1- ippiintsttOe ilaydcp t1obertrnu a o CtnE wideaakt bus eas man cani athrpugli thocoluthriz f the NVSLEthEn roachitho farmers and other bi a i BESfAnVERTISIN MEZflUIi j AUGUST aesWlkht130MIl Tlio Tobacco frotyf s There seems an evident qhango of opinion as to the coming toi bacco crop as reports from both1 the burley and the dark seQtiDcsSI are not now so favprable as few weeks since It wasthought the rams at the time of planting and frequent rains since would j insure the crops growth but Iit seems that in some suctions the rain has been so heavy tho crop has been washed out audIs Iren hing while in other sec- tIOns little rain has been had since the crop was planted Toe stand is Uirctorepoor taking the state as a whom much orhI looking as If the plants had beet in the ground no more than a wekroni some cause the crop does not seem to bo grow ingas it should willi exception of a low favorable spots in the Espncia1IIsports of Owen Carroll Trimble Shelby Henry Scott and An derson counLi sThe most favor ble reports come from Fay ette Wood ford Ji ssammo Bout bpn Washington Clark and the northern counties but tho crop is ajot too promising even lu these Wiiito earlier in the seas n it was thought we would bayu an Immense crop it is now doubtful if an avoiwpre cropvrUi bo laUh ted Anyhow it wouldI be well fur some people to Wait until the latter part of August before making calculations forT the futurOTho Weed From An Old Soiaiet KifoxIndJauMlSOf- Oennts I bavo ovpry oontltfcneo in rocommcdlng yonrSyrup Of 1opjJn am T2 years of ago and am biokon dowi- the trouble being brought on byinv cx porlonco inilio war Your thedicino bos done mo more good than a hundred doctors sadism Just about well ofttomadi troubles Yqurs truly Jcflorson Wllliclm Waters itBrovnc A SpanIsh Incident Commodore Watson seems to have thrown a scare into tho people on tho Spanish coast A fortnight since the inhabitants of Uartagena were reported as particularly alarmed One need not blame them for that There was an hour though when they were less timorous That wan during the presidency ot Caste liar It occurred to them at the time that it would be liice to be independent WtcInthe repub lie they made another Invited to surrender they laughed their defiance Thuir hnrtsweftt stout and their memories good rJorritorvtbey of our forts Promptly besieged invested and bathed with bombs by way of reprisals or it maybe in search of them they pro jected two gunboats from the port Without were some Ger man battleships By the latter the gunboats were seized aspirate craft and treated accordingly When the news of the misadventure got back to Carla gena there and thou the old kaiser and his young empire war was formally declared That is but a quarter pf century ago In View of their present attitude it inaisthe that they regard the United States as more formida ble than they onco considered Germany In which case their judgment is to bo commended Edgar Saltus in Colliers FARM FOR SALE I will about 2 oclock pm MONDAY AUG 22 1808 at the Courthouse door in Springfield Kv offer for sale to tne highest and bcildder what is known as the E pvKell farm situated about 2i miles southeast If Sprin Qeld and containlngjibput 253 acres n Suid farm will he sold for one third cashr the remainder on a credit of One two and three years equal payments and the purchaser will bo required to give bond for the purchase price bearing 6 per cent jnter1 est from date payable to Mrs Martha cKcnna with good personal security and a leo upon the land as additional security For further inform ation apply to the undersigned pC McGILL For Mna MARTHA McKEHNA Dont Tobacco Spit aaaSaaote Tour Ufa bar quit tobacco easily and forivcr be mag nctlo fuliof lttencrroabavlffor take NoTo- Dactbo wonder worhcr that majtoayrcak men Iltr iAn druggstaiOcerii Curo cuaran teed Booklet ana jntnplo AddreSs Sterling Ilemouy Qgt CiScajo or flow Yorjc + JfCHTglpeE BEGGAR CHIEFS Oalrf etSoATj OnFof the mol fcOcullar and Inter eating figures In Chinese social life U 1the beggar chief and no less peculiar tJ1nd Interesting both m fa method personal appearance are the mem bore of the motley organization ot mendicants over which ho reigns ab Bplutely equIvlentpointed tung hvpan prefect as a hum bio testimonial of his flhleglanceto the high authority from whom his badge of office emanates and when this re- QUlrcmcnt has been duly fulfilled her la allowed to exercise the prerogatlvcsr of his position without fear of Intor foresee on the part of the government officials In the aistflct assigned to him His authority over the beggars lao Bolutely unlimited and they obey fifcr orders Without hesitation or sign df rprotest +The ofSce Iff hereditary long aa 1th tribute Is Paid but the ImmedIate progeny of the Incumbent are debarred from the enjoyment of any literary def gree Why this condition Is exacteU Is not quite clear but It la certain that no descendant of a beggar chief boa ever held a literary degree However the other privileges enjoyed by hfta f are eo attractive and the Incope la cq substantial that tie probably does notIworry much fiver this ono privation How does lie secure his Income From the merchants and tradespeopto who know that unless hey procure r from the beggar chief on or before ieY Year day a holo twnn or passport of safety their shops or hongs will be infested almost constantly by a horde or boisterous Impudent lmpor tunate vagabonds wno will drive atjay customers and damage the stocks of gccdd without hindrance from the regular authorities of the district Once n month on a day suited to tho convenience of the chief ho ueembles all tho beggars of lila districtt at the TChichia Jan or rendezvous and distributes alms among them each receiving aawri oommensurato with his personal merits and obedience toardersArue Spanish boldler 1Ihe Spanish soldier Is Interesting from an anthropological standpoint but hardly from any other In tha scale of being he Is apparently haii way between the barbarian and The civilised man Inheriting with the Intell ligence of tho latter tho cunning ra paclty and vindIctiveness of the for mer Tha Cuban army Is composed A TtriCAI SP1KISII SOLDIER largely of boys drafted from the tara and iInexperienced In the affairs ollhR tworld Their Ignorance of outslda i matters coupled with the InordlBaU i i Spanish pride lleads them to 8upoWJr that tho forces of Spain could oaally vanQuish the United States that they might land In Florida and without V much difficulty march straight oa to Washington 5jcently picked up In the sliest Is full of homely pathos rIrasI would like to Yours affctloav atelyi ti JOHN ifi Did You rat- eScotts Emulsionthrough the winter If so wo are sure it quieted your couth healed the rawness in your throat increased your welffetf gave Vou more color and mte feell better in every waygau perhaps your couch hat come back again or you are setting a little this and pale Then why not coitiiiie same helpful remedy rtthrough the surnrerP Jt JIi ryou IS much good II wJw jfc weather cold rV Its persistent us will ccrtamlr FIve you a better aiedsc aid a digestionIt your weak throat and heal your Inflamed luna It willicure every case of coisumpion when a cure iIS pos lbs Dontb oe 11 to take SomrhtlC IQOd lft All Drueclata iC aSCOTT BOW1lEcItt r 1v w tTr a c T HNEw LAP lELDAVISONJR j THURSDAY AUG 1898 1 t J I 1 iWkR f3UbbE INS t lt SPAINS auswe to Jhe terms =i of peace proposed by theLed- l i 8late is in the hands ftho2Iej partment at Washington WHK L contents have not yet been made public Ittlssaid however thai Spain accepts all the terms bUIii in ibing so she makes certain representations especially re It r garding Cuba which are not en tirely acceptable to the President The reply also broaches matters that are botconsidered by the 1j 4 peace commission but it iis unj derslood that these reprtsentaJ tiows dp not impose conditions and do not affect the definite ac c ceplance of the terms proposed ty by the United SflKes figbtiogt t The first between 4 American and Spanish troops j onI land Jn the Philippines place on July 81 when the Span ilarda made despcrato night attack on the Amerlcatr trenches afMalatc near Manila The i I AmericaDs wore greatly put numbered but the volunteers stood their ground and dro o back their assailants with heavy 0 aTwo hundred Spaolaids cJ WerO kiUednd 800 wounded The American loss was eleven killed and forty six wounded fIo The insurgents took no hand in fiabtinKJt tGen Miles has cabled that he i Las alll the troops necsssary in Porto Rico and otdors have been issued to stop further em baryaiibn Part of the First Kentucky including Company theIte sail if the countermanding order a docs notreach them jMK M F HETHERINGTON has ft pdrchased the Marion Falcon and rfniTiereafter control tho degti jjjes of that paper Mr Hother iington is an experienced news r paper man and will no doubt make the Falcop a success MOORnSVllXE From Our RcBnlar Correspondent We had a delightful rni Mon r day evening which makes the t early corn florid Improves the tobaccon t Your correspondent was in IJardstqwn last Monday il being County Court day met a good- toanyold friends There was I but little stock on the streetst listened to speeah by John Ru byof your county on free sil yoird fcund the farmer jubilant over the popetls Tor good to bacco and corn crops I E S Oobjclt had threshed on J R Mavispiaco 17CO bushels of wheat irheyWili hold it Jor bettet priced Mrs Lula Breedon Edmhurgr ted MrsSusiellcndreni Jeff Si erspnville liid are visiting rela a 4oyes here school opened ai the Moores Tillo schoolhouse wiih 25 pnpiftQ AenrollcdMrs kamie Dorsey is teacher t Mr Pdto Barlovr Jr has re I xturned from Illinois Anyom isbing to Jenrl1tocDurnorlrias h djze fencesshould apply to him fpr Instructions Misses Maggie OBrien and Jitiih Adams are visiting Mis Jennie BoSino TJhere wasta Iaj fcrowd out 4 4S tb hear Rev Sales preach last 1 SundayyV- KMatTrnaxatd wile were visit y lug in Spencer County la i wceV i lJf Mrs Ed Sparks died in Bards ia town last Sunday consumption 1f Peace to her remains YOn CaR Drpcncl Oil It I that Folpys Colic un Instant to Jlof forcolle auinraor couipinlut cnolcra dJflorbuR dinrrbooa Wcody flux chronic dlarrUcoa hurora Ihfunttnii bilious colic jmlntors collftand all bowel romphUnu Hllnydon Jt llobortoon tC6101IS mcnajoralonstlfflo TheyTrero Jerjje aad SOC1Odbatc tz wa SStcwpIotTj cured wbenby tCeCa1endattoI fnJ Tief ifLrr HK1sj w JL CaAPDeoN Ea F k Crippledby and Rheumatism Thofco Who have Rheumatism find themselves growing steadily worse nil the while One reason of this U that the remedies prescribed by the doctors contain mercury nnd potash which ul timately intensify tKeruiseaw by caus L Ing the joints to swdll nnd stiffenh t producing asevere aching of the bones B S S has been curing Rheumatism 5or twenty years Ksvon the worst cases which seemed almost incurable Capt OE Hughes tin popular railroad conductor of Columbia 01111d an expert eneo iltli Rheumatism which convinced him that there is only one cure for tbatpaInful ease H aaJ81 ww s creat sufferer from inns cular nbeumatlsm for two years I could Jet ho permanent relief Iron any inctllclno sire myphysictanI ties of your 8 8Bndnow I am as well as I ever was inray life I sin sure that your medicine cured roe and I would i dttcase of anyonoIthat Rheumatism la a diseased state of flin blood and i only a blood remedy is the only proper treatment but a remedy containing potash and mercury only aggravates the troubledl15055WI The Bloodtit IbeJngPure1y Vegetable goes direct to very of the disease and a per manent cure always results It Is the only blood remedy guaranteed to con tain no potash mercury or other danS gcroua minerals Books mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta eorglaI NAPLE HILL It Fro ll onrBpoolalCorrtflpoiiilcnr The most destructive rain storm cf the season visited this vicinity last Wednesday Bam fell ind torrents doing considerable dan jIs age to hillside land creeks and of branches swept water gates and fences Chaplin rose wih suchg rapidity that one lire was lost The circumstances of which areh about as follows About six oclock Mrs Silas Marshall1oldg her husband that she believed t sho would go tto the river to seeIle about some bUshing tacklo that were xon the bank As she failed thtowent in search of her The water i had eyidently surrounded the- o n tackle and while she was endeav oring to sejuro them the river jIs rose so rapidly that it swept her D away sTheneighborhood gathered on the bank to assist In recovering her body The darkness of night gathered soon and thetswollen condition of the stream made thQ search a difficult tasr Tho body was 9- recovecd about day light the aaxi morning having been c licdtt about seven mlles by the mad torrent The remains were bur ied at the Mt Zion cemetery on thoifollowinr day The boreavecl husband nnd son have the heart felt sympathy of the entire com munity Itt eMrsMarvic huvo returned from 1hes camp meeting at Wilmore Sorrow never visits us singlyI The wife Rev Wot T EcWar wdoartedand the remains were taken to Harrison county for bunt1 the following dav She was a brigbt Christian lady and admired byo allwLo knew her The public school Ju district i t No 5 will begin Aug 15 Mss t Amy Rmehart teacher The t Board pt trustees did well to se loot Miss Amy as she is consid efed one of the best telphers in t hecountyIMiss Lydia Bishop is visiting her sister Mrs J R Williams Mr Edgar Mays of Ashbroob was here the first of thd week looking after tho interest of the Cdntral Noraiul College Prof I D Mbntgonery ro ports a live school at Puliu Your humble ficribo has charg j of tho school in district Np 1 and begs leave to Fay tbaUtih considers it tho eqial of tiny school in the county The pupils thoruugh kind and obedient TOmVpatroas of the schoojl are Ijpfrested in education dad con trlbute everything in her powor to its success ro CouKtiinplivcM- Asan honoat runt KV lViova FIjinov and Tnrilo6 not hold nut raise hopes Ii aiiYnnccil slagoa but tnitlifiilly claims to give nrlrt nut idler In tho very ivowt Pod In thn early stn os foci fecacuro llnydun it Itoltortson PQLIN From Our 8pOll SurrcfponJon- tWo ore glad to say Miss DeliaLto Wiljiatns is out ngain Mr JW Semones and wife 011 UnrT dsburg visited relatives iu Wdsbingtou and Speucec last week Mr S H Bisbop and wife and Miss Nura Bonta have returned homd after a pleasant1t trip to flarrodsburgfr jfMr Jesse Vanflsot of Roee Hill is tho guest of lus uncle of this plct Mr John Mclvdy and wife little Mary Francis spent nndav with the family of Mr Lev Williams Miss Addis Vandiver has re turnetl home after a visit to her cousins Mr James Case and wife of arencebug vish l his lather ercllast week Miss Fannie Williarni is the guest of hoc sister Mrs J Mctl voy of Brookvillp tniswpak Mr Miles McMarkel and wife spent Lundoy with J A BtsKbp Mrs HB Bonta visittd her daughter lust wenk The Most Fatal Disrasr ILls not ponoraily knchvn Hint moro adults die of kidney trntihlo than any other ili onso When tho first Bvniptonis this disease appear no time phould bo- oJostln r tulflnc Foleys Kidnoj1 Ciiro which rofun SotiDnnlt ron Drinking aleroDeath lurks in impure water It breeds seases often in epidemic form The lust itViiiptoin is looseness of the inwelshing Foloyu Colic cure Hayden AKob risonSRELIGIOUS CONGRESS L REMARKABLE STRUCTURE PLANNED FOR THE PARIS EXPOSITION U Intended to Erect There a Superb Ruilillnz la Which Interesting Services tVUUScr Held Durlrj the rrogrcM or the Fair Outline of tho Scheme Tho crowning scheme to snake tho aris exposition of 1900 tho most won erful that the world has ever soon now being urged upon tho attention religious pOOproS lover the world The proposition is to hold In connco ion with tho exposition a great con ross of religions aid tho plans for the building In which lo congress Is to bo eld prdvtdc for a structure that will bo ono of tho warders of the world j The scheme oilglnatod with M Au usto Delalsno a ntllknown lltera tear ned Abto Jopb Crcstey of tho Church of St Jean do Bcllevlllek Par M Dclaigno visited must of tho European cities of Importance and made a thorough crusade on Behalf of Is e scheme and ho also visited New York accompanied by Sir Nugent Rob IcBon to see whet he could do to pwakenf the In describingcongressbgreat building thatIto bo erected for the congress 1telalgnolilt will Be ono of the most wonderful that tho world has evert eeen Imagine a building covering atjl epaco ns largo as tho Esplanade des InI UEET1SO OF nELIOIOOS CO50RESS pl 14threever made in connection with any building This dome alone will bo a ight second to none In the exposition To givo It beauty and architectural grace the grca dome will bo surround d by numerous pillars and the win dows of the rlphoathucd stained glass ill shed n lovely Ught on an interior- sthat will boa marvel of ecclesloastlcal art I have spoken of the dome first jcause it will be the most wontlcrful feature j of the building but there are ther beauties so numerous that It will take a day to view the structure and then the sightseer wfll find fresh fea lures to admire From the ground the building will rise to a series of terraces which will support hanging gardens Under tho cupolas that will sur round tho central dome there will bo representations in ranorzmic views of the events in which Christians are most interested The scenes on Calva ry will be graphically depicted the ag cay in the Garden of Gcthesmane and other scenes in the life of Christ will be shown in a striking manner Then the Coliseum the Immense altar on which was spilt the blood of tho martyrs scenes in the catacombs during the period when the Christians IIConstantine II religion St Genevlove stopping AtUlaI Charlemagne nf St Peters tomb Ijr ban IL preaching the crusade the tak- Ing of Jerusalem by Godfrey de DoulI lon Joan of Arc at Chlnon and Rouen the landing of Columbus In America the Council of tho Vatican the Jubilee ot Leo XIIInll those great events In the history of Christianity will be shown on tho terraces of the building Besides incidents there will be de picted places Homo will show the pll grime arriving at the Grotto of Betljle hem Lourdes Our Lady of Pilar and 8t James of Compostcllo Thousands will bo able to wander around those great terraces and mar Tel at the sights to be seen there As to the interior of tho building this will bo still more interesting InI tho museum will be seen specimens the Instruments of torture used by ofI pagan nations on the Christians of Ivories and carvings ot tho Roman Grecian ores and statues of the and early martyrs of the IlndI There will also te as many of the noted sacred relics as can be brought the building An attempt will be made to reproduce the images qnd pic tures found In the catacombs and any other lost relics tbat are sufficiently well described to be reproduced The various religious organizations and cults will Be represented in whatever v ay they may elect special apace beIng set apait lA the great buIld- Ing for each The Order of the Sacred Heart will have a spade of its own as will the Order of the Benedictine Ii Mary1Taneat religious organizations will be shown by means of the great relig- Ions theatiical perft rnunces on a stage tp xsill bo ol 9 most Interesting x = = LE8ANON FAIRSI I lug 16 17 18 and 19 1898 The only fair giving trotting and pacing races In Central Kentucky and offers a llarge i and magnificent program and largely in iy cjreased premiums for morning showrings FIRST DA lrr 800 Proc for All Trot or Pace iJ40 Pace and Floral Hall Display SECOND DAY 225 Trot 235 Trot Morning show rings for Stallions Rockaway and Saddles TJ1IRD DAY 225 Puce 227 Trot 245 Trot Morning showing for Colts and Mares FOURTH DAY 217 Pace 219 Trot Morning show rings fur tel1ion Mares Geldings and Colts Tho Fair Grounds are lull of horfcee and the entries and show Tings owin with the best blooded and the fastest horses It will be an all day fair Grand music Extra good music with superb solos and songs Good dinners and the rarest and best of run an 1 the only place in Central Kentucky where you can see trotting and pacing races Ilalfjare on all Railroads ADMISSION 25 AND 35 CENTS t Q L BOLDRIOK Pros J M ENOTT Prone SAM T SPALDING Sec narr features of tne liiffdlng InasmucH it will contain especially designed the atrical contrivances for the production of tho religious plays that havo never jc 1stageTho theatrical performances will be accompanied by mammoth services of tong In which thousands of singers nnd hundreds of instrumentalists will take part accompanied on an organ that will bo the finest ever hoard and the largest that money can buy FOOD AND TEETH T b Poverty ProhlC ell the Strongest andIMost ntautlais Molars 1It Is a remarkable fact said prominent New York dentist to aI writer recently that the teeth of poor are stronger and generally ltlstIlonger than those of the welltodo classes The reason for this Is that what food the poor give their children of a variety that goes to m kebonesI and teeth This food consists of the outside of all the grans of all cereal foods that contains the carbonate and- hosphate of lime and traces of other earthly salts all of which nourish tho Ony tliiues and build up the frame f we do not furnish to tho teeth of ho young that pabulum they require they cannot possibly be built up It is he outside of corn oats wheat barley and the like or the bran so clJedI hat we sift away and feed to the swine that the teeth require for their proper nourishmentThe of man has proved his folly shown In every succeeding generation of teeth which become more fragilQ and weak Our modern flouring mills are working destruction upon tho teeth of every man woman and child who partakes of their fine boltod fiQur They sift out the carbonates and the phosphates of lime In order that they may provide that fine white flour which Is proving a whitened sepulchre to teeth Oatmeal is one of the best foods for supplying the teeth wtth nourishment It makes the dentine ccmcntcm and enamel strong flint like and able to resist all forms of de cay If you have children Sever allow any white bread upon your table Bread made of whole wheat grouQd not bolted so that the bran which contains the minute quantities of lime Is present Is best Nothing Is superior to brown bread ton bone and tooth building This is made out of rye meal and cornmeal Baked beans tod have- a considerable supply of these limo alts and should be on everybodys table hot or cold twice a week hIs the habit of chewing gum jurious to the teeth Gum chewing is liable to enlarge the muscles which control the move ments of the lower jaw thereby chang- Ing possibly for the better both the contour and expression of the face Il the gum be pure I see nothing in the habit to condemn except its vulgarity as It has no baneful effect upon the teeth and Is a good teethcleansing agenjSUndo Sanii IMgcctt OeD The Ingot for the biggest gun evor ordered by the United States has jKlt been cast at the Bethlehem Steel Works When it Is all completed It will be six tons heavier than the monster Krupp gun shown at the Worlds Fair In Chicago and five feet longer The diameter of the Ingot as it Is shown In the picture is six feet two inches IU length Is fortynine feet two Inches It will be by far the most powerful gun evor constructed Lieutenant John F Molgs formerly of the United States Array under whoso pervision tho gun Is being built says of projectile will weigh about 2300 pounds and Its velocity will be In the neighborhood ot 2000 feet per second or tun moocsr oca JUDE The range of such a gun would be very great not less than ten miles and Its extreme range or the utmost distance to which it could throw a projectile would bo In the neighborhood of fifteen miles Tho nearest approach to this distance heretofore was the socalled shot In projectihegun will be known nsa sixteenInch will weigh 126 tons and will cost 1120 000 Carriage and turret are not In cluded in these figures Their cost will be about equal to that of the gun lugging tor flih The natives of Kottlar are In the habit of digging every year in the summer dry banks of the Verge river ICor fish wblch they dig out by bun potatoesIithe fish perhaps eight or ten Inches tong will always be found alive anti rousit 1 Its supposedly natlra ehineutthe wtrS j The Republican convention at lEHzabetbtownj last week norm nated Hon Charles Blandford of Breckmridge county for Congress atd ho will be the gen tlenun that wPl be entertained by Mr Smith during the pros Ont campaign Mr Blandford was nominated on the ffrt bal lot and practically without a light nstt was seen early in tho day that he had the whole con yention turnel toward him In RQPublicusIstrongest mon but it cannot be claimed by his strongest sup porters or most ardent admirers that ho is capable of successfully discussicg the merits of the various political questions with the Democratic nominee Mr Smith who has won a reputation on the stump second to none in the Siato HodgenviKe Herald If your child has thin pnlo cheeks un cjrtiim appctito and unrcslful slcCp it has worms and curing ltl trong mod Iclno only makes conditions worse by irritating Its delicate stomach White Cronm VcnnlfURO Is mild but certain in ofloct and Is a superior tonic as wnll as a positive worm destroyer Haydon A Robe tson NEWSLEADER 1 00 a year FENCINGI fou1 ryLPoncing ThoMianiltvfnMrainutt Catalogue Free lYetgM laid Prices Loc The HeUOLLEH WOVEN WIRE fENCE tiC tt8 and St IL THE WOiDDRS OF SCIENCE Lung Consumption An Eminent Now York Chemist and Scientist I akca a Free Offer to Oar Headers The distinguished New York chemist T A locum doDioustratlrg his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for cosniai Lion Pulmonary Tu crculesls ann all bronclilai throat lung aJ ohett llseescs stubborn coughs catarrhal aCpctlont gen eral d cell no and Xventmess Ion1 of flesh hud foudltlonc of wnstlMR away will send THREE FREK UOTTLKB all different of his new dUcoverlMto any aRllctcd read er the KKWSLFADEB writing fQr them Ills New Sci ntlflo Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and ho considers It a simple profeR tonal duty to suffering liXimanity to donate a trial ol liU Infallible cure Science dally devclqrpa now wcsudcrs nd this great ckernkt patiently cziteriminUng for years has lroduoed results as benvflcia to huinaMty as can be claimed by any mcd crn uuiui His assertion that lung trpub lea and consumption are curable in anyI climate is proves by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed In American nnd Euro pan laboratories In thousands rain those cured In all parts of the world Medical csjcrts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M C Pine street New York Riving Poet office and express nddnJ88 and tto fret umothtetno will be promptly sent Sufferers should take instant dranta e of this generous pryposlslon Please tell the Doctor that you taw hIs otTer in tho NEWSLEADER In1m Whiskey JI lIta at pain kICrIFnKB MD Ai1im colOiKPrjorflti Farm for SaleII have for sale a farm con sitting of gOO acres of good land situated about five miles north west of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn and L onbnlfIisunder cultivation It ccntins some fino tofeacQQ land It is situated thrau miles fromfValleyJ Hill postoffico aud railroad sta ton and onagQchtuinpilte Springfield irJ July 112 10J KeeAp pbostodsONT1IEa Sn WAR JJ- By a special arrangement and for a short time only Q we will offer the Twicea Q Week Courier Jouhhilal AND THEf 1 tosIMer One Year For Only t2 II- The CourierJournal has the BEST war news service of any ot them and you get it twice a week l 1 with the New Lcader making three papers a week lor 156 papers a year for only Dollar and a Quarter i 1 This offer isopon to all oli subscribers io the NEWSLEADER who pay up and one year inndi vance and to any new sub scribers We consider this one of the mOst liberal offers made ard there is no reason why anyone should not keep posted ona the war news anti home news as well Address coramunicaiionsto E L DAVISON Jp Pub ISprmvf1eldI To Curo Conttlpatlon Forer p Take Otecnreu candy Cathartic oreIt a C a fall to cur rdrocsltu refund bArney SOR ALCWELLSN Uhru lov rake Tour Vacation tho mot licccoeary artlolo to bavt with you after your pocket lookiis a Itcttio Foloya MlcCuro 1tiIsnn ab oHUo pro of1theYou are likely to need it ilaydojm A iiohortsonS Most fascinating lawn tion otthocgo waftcready totnteftftln requires noskill tooper ate It and reproduce hocmusic ot bends orches tins vocalists or InstruC mental aololiU TticrtU nothing like itfor an evenings Other so alloa talking mactlnw rcproduco only records ot cutaniKUied subjects specially prcphrod la a laboratory but tho amphophono u not limited to such performances On the Onphopbono you can eerily make and Instantly reproduce records of the voice or any sound Thu It constanUy awakens now Interest and Iu charm ever Zrcsh Tho reproductions are clear and brillian- tGrapflopflencs are soltlep 10 Maunfgetnred under the of TsIntr- Edison end OuretfttSithmsflt head flatterS or the wont tar raising a 1alWII iiCblfle supplies weso toe caaicuc Columbia Phonograph Co jNo 919 DIPARTME1T WASHINGIQK 00ll Now York Purls 8U Louts Philadelphia Baltimore WashlngtojS Buffalo Ettucato Tour iiuwelsITiiti Cnacarcti Ci tly drm5 rrr ovriIot forcri- lft3w iv c h fii i tw wttitJCi 4 i Everybody t r i Knows THAT Cullllillgham Duilcall SSare s1vingthe largest stock of Thy Goods ClothingI Etc and sdlling at Lower Prices I than any house in town these TWO FACTS account for the I lfieaO dlincreased trade for 4 this season OurDry Goods and Dresfi Trimmings Department is very complete embracing agr atvnrlety of both black and colors anti plain and novelties Woo have just received a large 1 stock of Silk Waistr Patterts They are beauties call and sets themIOur Shoe Deportment your PRIDE and we are justly proud of thisseasoo For wo are enabled to show Men Women and Childrens shoes and Oxfords in all the colors styles and prices You will miss itir you fail to see our stock We leaS in Mens and Ladies furnishings Notions etc f4Shirtrmade Waists and SkiHs J rt 4ouknow we always do tile largest clothing trade of any bousd in town Vedo it because we give the best styles and values for the least money We are making special prices on Carpets Matting Bugs JLace Curtains Wall Paper Etc Dont buy until you see our stock H Dont Forget ourS Inducements to Cash Buyers Sr e1lJ J M BURTON Ct IIAliSIOIT BU UAYDON EB I I J M BU1 TON C9 II 11EN 1IAYDON Sn rAlAonx J a II Undertakers and Funeral Directors i lCOFFPSi CASKETS rT BURIAL iROBES OF ALL KINDS IS f FULLY EQtf PPEDOann wc t rPt irPt1y oruight- dayII The services of an 9iJalmlo AIM graduate tram a sc bavObcel J 1egmpS t 1 4 HAGA Broci FiPBINGUELb KY r v Ac m AVAVA a psr T a1IUW jAn Esyy W1ayiiii rII I TOBUYA- II 8UG iI Come Down fldS68fE M s M KARRICK I Down Town Below Thompson Hotel t A V VJSl fv toNr j r5j Four CardinalTPslw CUNNINGHAM ILL be found in the garments Of IIIevery really welldressed man A The material mustbe of the bctY PerfectStyle And finally ithe orkniansllp and rilninings ustbcNe t ifdDurabIea fd by uniting these points In EVERY garment they nuke and by sticilig at it for more than 2 vsari t M BORN co oIJ4Th8 Great GMeago Karcliairt IiisHave reached the proud position fJI J hiAmerica 0 You toubnotuk ofthisNo are c1rJ 10 order i4dela8i er sgiected ou ma ni8ke your teJectieR few jfct iertI itf c1Si z ii r r THE 8EISLEADER oxunaIir 4 L SPRINGFIELD KY 0 aD Alta1l08 f Loc l or Business Notices 10 cents psr4 1I KiforthoiIrt lews ttr n unl 5 cents for asub L3seronf mMtcMtI cashron delivery of goods AdvertUbjg eoiitnjrts mid on liberal I eras r ObStvarUn and rcimlutlons of respect 3 I perlin lDtrnl XE VBtr Magistrates 250 j CouaXyOlScera 00 District Offlces h 1000 si Jim PKWiIdep DENTIST I 5 HI Dfiitil Op riuons Pafonneikg TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN 2 g W J trIn Springfield array first Thursday it and Friday Of each month 2 = Kirx II = OrtiCB fe28U Fourth Avenue g LoUISviLLE KY a Ifibs BCKSSELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICEHOUBS t 0 to 10 J IT and 7 to 8 PM OFFICE In McOhord Bcbortaon Bldg HUBER H HORD DENTIST cOPFICEflxtuAwa BiLniio SPKTNQFIELl KY DR J H1 LAMPTON QFFICEt tSpYEK CtnCXHT CtlEHK8 OFEiqib i f 1JE RINEHJRTId- 41 J3J OFFICE HOURS 12to2p m ii EVERYDAY SPUrNcWEELD KY 7 II =DR JJ IL BURTON Y REsCENT DENTIST I i TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I L ft f toi OmoK Oiipm Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY w All Dental Work Strictly f Firstclass i W1 NEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE with a C McCnoRD WIC LAY ROOKE vttorneatkaw I Special ntlongtvento tho c011 eotTonofnot a and accounts J Office with W 0 MoObor- flSPRINGFIELD KY ib JAB EYAN AtJOTIONEEE Cw Land and Stock Sales a Specialty f fwi TSPRINGFIELD KY JC ENSORS ti v BLACKSMITH SHOP 11 4 Horseshoeing ICarriage Repairing and General Blacksmithmg 4 All work guaranteed to give e satisfaction at the Casey shop BPRINGFIELD KY c 5 CURES CR CALDWELLSN DoMt TtkMM Sptt aM iMttTew Ufc sdlomerbeniagtnrtfe taU or lUe serve and vigor take NoTo till wonderworker that autkM wooUjncn 0 srOE All ftraccbUtMoorlt Curepnaran tcd VMklet sod as3pfe tree Address 4r31l BMMdr Cs Chicago or New York J FE e eE E E E EEE ABOUT TOWNltttt tt tttt t 3 3 3t 3ttt3 t33 ttt tJ t3 It3I IF you want to economize ih- iie1 juid not bUrn upwhen poking go toMcElroy Shultz rfnd get a Wickless Coal Oil stove LOST A1large door key The finder will please rOtinThS M Karriok if FIELDER EDELEN aged about 27 years died at the home of bis father George Edelen in the county yesterday after a long illness of typboid fever Ho was a brother of James P Edelen of the Peoples Deposit Bank and was a young man well liked byallwhoknowhirnGRANITE Kettles at McElroy Shultz all sizes Go td Mansfield ClaybrooKO Tor bargains in dry goods and furnishing goods They offer special bargains for a limited time Call and see their prices BRASS Kettles Maslin Kettles and tinfiuit cans cheap at Mc Elroy Shultz OWING to a change which is to be made in the firm on SAP tem er 1st we will from now on until then offer goo s at our store at extremely low prices This a rare chance for bargain and all should take advantage of itMANSFIELD CLAY BROOKE WATER coolers and Ice cream freezers all sizes heap at Mc Elroy Shultz MRS SAM CLEMENTS died at her home in Lebanon last Wednesday The deceased was most estimable lady and had many friends in Washington County She was the mother of Samuel E and John Clements of this plac- eNoTicEI will next fall open a Poultry Slaughter House and will pay the highest cash price for turkeys and all kinds of live Fowls and eggs C C McGiLL L JJ JHE Washington County Colored Teachers Institute is in sessiqn this week Prof J L Williams of Louisville is the conductor and the proceedings are both interesting and in tructive Tim Third Regiment Band of Springfield resplendent in new uniforms left Tuesday night for Houstonville where they willfur nish music for the fair this week The band has five engagements for fairs this fall and as the mem bors have been practicing faithfully on some new pieces they will no doubt give agood account of themselAes WE call attention to tho ad vertisement in this issue of the Marion county fair Lebanon for several years past has xmo gf the best fairs in the hadI and ihey o1Tqa good pr this year The speed program is especially good THE Bardstow Fair begins August 80 and continues five days The fair this year prom ises to be even better than over before A liberal premium list insure a good exhibition and that is what tile management offers WE aro prepared to offer from now on the Louisville Weekly Dispatch and the NewsLeader 4or 125 per year This applies to ojd subscribers who renew as well as to now subscribers TILE executors sale of the property of James Edolori deceased took place in front of tho Courthouse here on llast Sat- urdaY afternoon Three tracts of land wore offered but only two wore sold as follows Mrs JoE Edelen purchased the home place containing 180 acres a- tl85per acre and L H Thur man bought a tract of 83 acres near Jim Town at 8525 an acre ANEW firm is to be formed by Sept 1 that will add another large dry goods store to Springfields business interests The firm will bo made up of H Mack Gfundy Joe S Olaybrooke and Palmer G McElroy and they will handle a full line of dry goods and clothing The store now Occupied by Mansfield and ulaybrooko will used Mr Mansfield retires from business for tho present The new firm is composed of youngonergetic popular business men and we predict for thopsuccess Mr Jame3 McKeo and Miss Bessie PurJy of Bloomfield a eloped about 8 oclock last Sat urday morping and were mar ried in Jeffersphyille The young couple wore attending a party at Mr Joseph Downs Bloomfield when they conceived the idea of an elopement and drove to Samuel Depot whore they caught the morning train for Louisville and were married as stated above Mr McKee is a prominent young business man being proprietor of a liv ery s able at Blobmfield He iis a son of Miles McKee Esq a well Jmowfl stock trader The brideis a daughter of Mr John Pardy who is known all over Nelson and adjoining counties and is one bf the most attractive young ladies in the Bloomfield section The young couplo have returned to Bloomfield Nelson Record Both of the young peo pIe are well known ill Springfield JOE MclNTiRE a negro who was employed by the Trafalgar Cigar Company last spring at the time the safe of Haydon Robertson was robbed of a con siderablo sum ot money was arrested on a bench warrant by DeputySheriff R Thurman Saturday and put in jail The indictment Mclntire was sworn out by the last grand jury and is for petty larceny Ho is charge with being implicated in the stealing of money from the safe of Haydon Rob ertson in which young Canter familiarly known as Skeoter figured as the principal Young Cante is said to have confessed to the stealing and implicated the negro No warrant was iis sued for the boy h wever prob ably owing to his extreme youth Haydon Robertson lost at various times through this thiev ing between two and three hun dred Hollars none of which they ever recovered t PlifchoII Thompson The Louisville Times recently contained a picture of a former Washington county boy with the following article which explains itself Lieut R Mitchell Thompson of the Third Ken tucky volunteers has been presented with a magnificent jew eled sword by his admirers and friends at the Bourbon Stock Yards Lieut Thompson is the son of Col Andrew Thompson who has been connected with the stock yards for many years He has served two years and his rise has been rapid Up to the time of his last enlistment he has been engaged in the live stock business with his father in this city The sword presented is the finest ever seen in Louisville and has a gold hilt studded with gems The paper also published a letter from Mitchell at Newport News in which he acknowledges the receipt Of the sword and expresses his ap preciation of the gift An Interesting Lecture The ladies of Springfield are seldom afforded so great an opportunity as was enjoyed by those who assembled at the home of Mrs R A McElroy last Wednesday and heard the first of a eries of lectures by Mme MaillardOwen teacher of French iin Hamilton College Louisville who is spending tho summer at this place Mme Owen has traveled extensively in Europ can countries and has chosen Spain as the subject of her lectures describing the country customs dress and character of the people At this time when wo are surfeited vith reading matter concerning Spain it is refreshing to hear from one Who has traveled in that country the description of tho people who are claiming the attention of this nation Mme Owen is a fluent speaker and eliminates from her descriptions all the unimportant details dealing only with relevant facts Those who have failed to hoar the first and second lectures have missed a rare privilege but may avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing this talented woman on Wednesday next and the fol lowing Wednesilay y A Souvenir of Santiago Jon John W Ijewig recently received a letter from Cadpt S battleshipNew ing a small Spanish coin taken from the wrCckof the Spanish ship Almirante tiuendo Young Major was givenain appointment to Annapolis by Mr Lewis and after having beon in the academy about three yos was at tho outbreak of the trouble with Spain put into Service in the navy His home is in Gray on county The following is a copy of tho letter received by Mr Lewis U8FSNnwYonx AT ANCHOR 4 GUANTANAMO CUBA JULY 28 1898 lION s JOHN W LEWIS My Dear Sir Alllthis busy summer 1i have beeh intending to write to oueiodrwas ordered away from the naval academy the last of May for it has been brought home to me moro than over how much I owe you osI it is due to your kindness that I am occupying my present posi tion and serving in the war and 1 appreciate more than ever the BIwrnatesnppointmentyougveme month Besides the honor of being in active service tho experience has been very pleasant an valu able From the academy I was or dered to the New York but as she was then inv Cuban wdters I was temporarily attached to tho U S S Annapolis which was one of the convoys of gop Shafters army 4t the disem barkation at Daiquiri I hadt command of a steam launch and landed troops for twentyfour hours steadily On the 26th of June I reached the N6w York and since then have participated in four pr five bombardments and actions with the forts and in the destru tion of Cervoras fleet In the latter we were slightly engaged stiU I saw it all from start to finish and I took away one of the first boat loads of prisoners from the Colon Besides these I have been on numerous trips ashore so you see what kind of a summer I am having I like the New York very much and although we have a few hardshipsno fresh food and but little ice etc I am enjoying the experience and learning much Wo are now coaling and preparing for a long cruise presumably to Spain but I suppose peace will soon put an end to all hostile preparations I send you as asouvenir a Spanish coin that I got from the wreck of tho Oquendo as she lay beached it may ba of interest to you Hopiugyou are well I am as over Very gratefully S I M MAJOR A Sad Death MRS Si MARSHALL was drown ed in Chaplin river near Suth erlands mill this county last Wednesday afternoon It is tho supposition that the woman was fishing in the river when a sudden l flood of high water came and washed her into the stream The body was recovered the fol lowing day near Mr D B She hans about three miles below the point where it fell into the river Mrs Marshall was a most respectable woman and horsad death is lam anted through out the community in which she dwelt She leaves a husband and one grown son Hold for Murder Since our last issue giving a brief account of the shooting of Silas Coulter by Arch Colvin the victim of Colvins gunlja died and the latter has been tried and hold over without bail to answer to the charge of murder The caso has attracted a good deal of interest and the examm trial before Judge Litsoy occupied two days Young Coulter died of his wounds n Thursday or five days after ho received tho fatal shot Colvin was brought to town Thursday to be placed in jail but owing to a report from tho neighborhood in which tho shooting occurred that a mobwas forming to como to town for the purpose of lynch ing Colvin it was decided to take him to Lebanon for safe keep ing The prisoner was accord ingly confined in the jail at that place until Monday morning the day of his examining trial The facts as brought out at the ex amination do not differ material ly from those already published and the case against Colvin looks bad for him It seems that the Coulter brothers Silas and Marion and Colvin had been engaged in a difficulty early in the evening at the home of Jim Goff all had been drinking Silas Coulter the man who was killed being very drunk Aft9r the trouble at the Goff house in which no one was hurt Colvih goes nearly a mile to his home and returns with a shotgun Tho Coulter boys are encountered on the road near whore Colvins horse was standing Colvin without a word level his gun at close range at the Coultersw 1o- Iverestnndingclosetogethcr The load of shot struck Silas Coulter In the thigh inflictingJ an ugly mid jagged wound from which ho nel recovered There IIshootingII pants and they agree substanti ally to the same thing Silas Coulter they say was stagger ing drunk at the time and did leind1oni that Marion Coultor had cut at Calvin several times with a knife and had run hitfi off Colvin it seems returned to tho scone with his gun The accused was ably defend ed by Messrs John W LewisI I and Thos W Simms Jr whose arguments in behalf of their client before the Judge were II very ingenuous County At terney T Scott Mayos was asisst odin tho prosecution by I H Thurman The defense did not iintroduce any evidence the case being decided on a motion to dismiss a the close of testimony for the Commonwealth The prisoner is in jail at this place The talk of mob violence iis thought to be without founda Jion the friends of the murdered man and other citizens of the community in which ho lived being content to let the Jaw take iits course ARCH PULLIAM a young man of the Chaplin neighborhood struck young Cal Goodin aged fifteen years over the head with ia broomstick on last Sunday iinflicting injuries that may prove fatal It soems that Goodin was teasing a young boy a relative of Pulliams when the latter in terfered with the above result PBRSON7LHenry this week Mrs W T McElroy ia ot Tattam this A Roland of Bardatovrawas here Tuesday Jaa T Monefooof Stanford is via itng Sidney Qreon Jr 00 McGill loft Wednesday for a ton days atay at Crdb Orchard forOrablIon W 0 SicChord was in Leb anon Monday and Tuesday Olelland Cunningham and Qwlnn Marks were in Lebanon Sunday Mrs 0 R Grundy haa gone to Louisville for a visit to relatives Miss Wllllo Hughes left Tuesday for her ht mo at Morganflold Ky MIss Mug Thompson returned home Monday after a lengthy trip east Rev 0 C Pugh returned last week from a visit tohia home in Alabama Miss Laura McObbrd returned from Lake Ohatanqua and also from Indianapolis whom she visited rein tives James Noo came in From Tatham yesterday where ho has been for a weeks stay Miss Angela Mudd ontertaina Friday evening her many young friends TMIS8 Laura McCord has an attract Lye and charming visitor Miss Mar gar t Fales of Danville lttT and Mrs H 0 Nelson of Louisville are vlalting tho family of Mrs Boaioy near Texas Messrs H R Thompson H B McElrov and Q B Cunningham wuro at Texas Sunday Mra Joseph Shelby and Miss An nlo D Grnhdy havo returned from several days visit to the home of Mrs Annie O Sharp of Bardatown Miss Nettle Kimborlin entertained Tuesday evening but on account of tho inclement weather there not many present but those present report quite a nice time 0 Miss Iioauchnmp Nooly of Frank lin who has been visiting Miss Dolllo Green for the past ton days loft yesterday for Bardstown where she will visit Miss Nancy Williams While here Miss Nooly made a host of friends Miss Tris Lodge of St teals at present the guest of Miss Pearl Connor of Frederlcktown Ky is one of the most attractive visitors over entertained in that section In Fredrick town Springfield and Tatham Springs Miss Lodge has made hosts of friends by her many charms She is the daughter of Mr Jos O Lodgo of St Louis ono of the finest criminal law yorsin tho West Miss Lodge with her present hostess will shortly 60 in Louisville as the gnestof Mrs Hume Logan pf Third avenue Saturdays Louisville Times Sprl1gfieldKycity wore married at MusIc Hall lastt night by Rabbi Lavino Mr F Landau waj tho boot man Invitations wero Issued to 300 people Tho bridal couple will make their homo in Spring field CourierJournal Mr Cohn is a member of tho well known local dry goods firm of W Smith Co Ho will return with his bride today and go housekeeping In the flat over Mr Fred Hagans store The NewsLeader extends congratulations Berkshire Pigs for Sale I1av for sale three find Berlr shire pigs two male and one fnale SAM E CLEMENTS NEws LEADER l a year C Afl a c tations Tho OBACCQMA1lK1rr r change forthis week r 1897 CROP- BEDBUBLBY OOTrashn j j 800MediumXCommon050 n GCommon GMedluIJ1nq60d65Fine2260 Cot5ilnjjnrt 1tashgre 4 ocTrashQ4Ccmmon nGoodGCommonJ00Medium rFinor FlMtl AND fISIIIXG is tho tltlo of a very Interesting leaflet just issued b the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul Railway descriptive of tho flshlng r resorts along Its lines It wilt bo found of Interest to tho professional anglers as well r as to tho amateur A copy will be sent to stampfor r den1 Pass Agent Chicago Ill I J iI5 6 RD Harmon = THE LIVERYMAN If = Has on hand for tho summer = season the BEST rigs in = town Fast and safe horses 5 and reliabledrivcrs S tf ct tt is g SPECIAL ATTENTION g 0 given to commercial men 9 Livery connection with the g P Springfield Hotel g s J1 uIg MAIN STREET J g SPRINGFIeLD KY se 9 Tclcphonc No3 J a a THErMARKETS The following table represents tho prices paid for farm products in Springfield by tho dealers therein It is corrected up to oclock Wednesday but Is subject to itromi Wheat per bu 00 to 65 cpm per buf 85 to 40 On tJr per bu 30 to 83 ftyepcrbu 50 Clover per bu 2 to 2 21 timothy per bu 135 to 50 orchard Urass par bu 73 to 00 liny Timothy percwt 50 Uay Glover per cwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CA TILE Report furnished by tho Louisville Live Stock journal Jl Wost Main Street Lou lavillo KyDExtra shipping Uli 73 Light shipping 4 60a4 7tBest butcher steers 4 85a4 Fair to good butcher steers 3 73a4 OiI Common to moo bntchcrstoors 3 Thin rough stocrs poor cows anti Rcalavrags 25a3 25 j Oxen good tq extra 3 50a4 00 Oxen common to medium 3 G13 60 Feeders 4 a4 65 Stockers 4 a475- flulla 2 aoas co Veal Calves 5 00 MILCH CO W8 Choice milch cows f3 Fairtogood1500t25 iioas Choice packing and butchers S lbto80Ulb 410 Fall to good packing lb to200lb 410 IGood to extra light 100180 lb a4 10 Fat shoata 120100 lb 3 60a3 00 Fat shoiita 100iaO lb 3 00ii Pigs 60 to 00 Ibs 2753 Roughs 150403 lb 250840 BHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 23a3 C- OFnlrtogood rn323 Common to medium 2 nS 00 iSkipsi Extra spring lambs 00t Best butcher lambs 4 25af 75 Fair to good butcher lambs 8 75a4 25 t Tallond5 2 50a3 00I PKODUCE Report furnished by HerndonCarter Co General Commission Merchants 313 Mur roll Uourt and 110 Third Street Louts i vllic EoosStaady Fresh rohandled fe BrrranMarket firm Best grades a6c choice stock ISalJc packing lOallc- PocLTHTiMarket steady Chlokonshons 0a03c roosters 8a3fc spring chickens par doztdafi geese full foaihoreil per dozen 3a360 plucked per dos 82a3J50 turkeys alivo turkeys dressed SalOo ducks perIper doz 175a225 Ih stlchfgan band picked ILSOal40 now homo llOc to f1J5 llwJS Green suite Sap dry nlt11 11FUronlSOcbroad stripe iSo opossum 5al5c mu kxnt jMIBCEUASDOOSj 250 per gal beeswax 24c per lb clover seed 3753325 per bu onions 373a300 per bbL rags per cwt Fcitn ens Prime white goose 33a3ic gray mixed or old jOsios SBTS Hod and yellow 450aTiOO white ns to tluaUtr 000a700 Damn Arrtra Now sundried active demand 3Jfo3c IRISH Homo grovnnev crop 2100225 per bbL WOOL Best lUiburry IBalSr tub washed 29aSOc blAck clear 17al8c black burry 14alOc GRCEXArrLCSTMarkot higher anti firm Fancy aOOa400 choice 250300 common aooaaio BAT AtD Gnu Best hay triatlyI fancy per ton lOalO50 straw per ton 400a 450 ear corn 31a33c shelled corn in bultr 34a85 feedlup oats 82a33c wheat No 00a1ltic NOW fl itiI t IIS the time to Uy good S c iJAl1wcol Clay Worst dSuits tDJ5V 1H rhS res t ITyou flju h more money Mn5Jjoy and Childrens suits at Ciosing llrprices to make room tor our large Fall purbhases ijMPercales4 Prints from icp r v l fiJ Just iecolved anohier bipnninti lrp PNbwork pfttFrench and American OrgandIes atr1cthntdfy tlt tcompetition r lareNotwithstanding Carpets have advanced 15 per cent Wb arc enabled to ofwr lhin at old pricessof a Year Jago having bought them before Straw Matting 12 He worth 5ranee J We carry more Mens Ladies Misses and Ghil rIdrens Shoes th tiall the balancp ot the tbwii i together und our prices are correct All wo ask is chance to name YOU prices Uhoico Jmo Sailors Sashes Ribbons Ad Ties r Mdhrd tr Robef1fson It I t ttft t ittehGMfStNT j MAYs I A 1V Uiidepiakepsand UJii r furnIture De Iert xxx irfSWe make a spccitdty of embalming work which is done by Mr Clements a graduate of a school of cmO batthing and we carry everything in Undertaking goods and our stock is COMPLETE in every detaiL 1JICallspromptly atteridcd to day and night 1 I Our stock of furniture is fine and complete dfiYou want Carpe s At 9attings RdgS Bcoom S its Rockers Tables Chairs or anything in the furniture Iline give us a taI1 3C X j X = as4MAIN3 1 1 A BLSrmnWhOW01lfdWID ucces in life This blng conceded it 1f first importance to get rokl rahdcs at the school tnat ttaodj lathe very front rmktho BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 LOUISVILLE KY lookkeepfivg Write for beautiful book giving fesUmonlftte frojr graduates occupying prominent positions till dvpf the United Statesit will bo mailed FREE rtrAsr64wTllOMPSO iA1 j Headquarterssl For the Farmers I They handle alll kinds of g 4 Farming Intplements End Wagons and th j carry a g complete line of FJuq sf4 9 t1BuggIes I I Phaetons II Surreyss Etd eft i 4 1- II4They buy and sell hay and h ggrain and alt kinds of seedsI slTHOMPSON S LKKE SPRINGFIELD KY ti rasisrecw s4rr4J Eureka Saloon I keep constantly on hand Bix yearold MCKENNA WHISKEY made for medicinal use Ice Cold Lager Boor on Tap BIG SGQOONERS THOHPSOH Prop SPRINGFIELD KV Beauty Is Blood Deep Clean blood moons ft clean skin No bcaUljr without it CJascarcts Candy Cathar tic cloan your blood and keep It clean by stirriiig itt the lar liver mid driving all purities front tIlt body JJrgin onlay to banish pimjiIe boils Llotchctt blaekhMda end that altkJy bilious conIpe3ion by tnIir- nCascaretsbeuty for tcn cents AU rut ists satisction guaranteed lOcZc nIt 11EDUCATION Stricken Down 1 r1RjbPrciukI Dunkirk NY ariIwrites Dr Fenncr I was stricken A with acut inflammation of kidneys had been suffering for some time and wad fo a critical condltioa I secured a bot tie Of your Kidney and Backache Curt and soon experienped relief After msinaf two bottles I was entirely cured u jTFor solo by Hayuon A BobcrtFon v Ei- i1teW fi b r Q t t 9r t J 1 lJozjwL y r4 J JOJlI TYRPrf4 ocIbII fi H i iiNow ti1 91egant It t all niodornimprbVimeR lt flttr I and cold water ilJatiii at Jttbouruo 25 tenth 011 ini try W J14onOt ftS0 jlttcDLOW SJUt01DLD hjv IV y 4 3 votctttikiitwiki hMUC4 fnfi from nnykllnrytmHl that s M sure ronmly Iii FilcvV KilItey Cui wiicIi ltM1UtftJ Or nIOT te1UI ti Ilnydou KottrUwu I y J 1 if THE1tJLEADER j 10 Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought BI3AR ot S THE SIGNATURE OF f i 1 Iv TNt n i A LITTLE EREVIOUS I ont see how I over come to LIrxnarry an Englishman said Mrs Bar ii 4 ry not for tho first time betfUnd his paper She came and lft on the arm of his chair I 1 do believe you think Im In love noJWell It Jooks that way he anI Iiwered with British conceit holding the paper to ono side so that her head 4 Plight not como between him and the Venezuelan question L UI dont mind about you she went pn Youve lived hero so long that 1 our almost as nlco as an American and yourvolce has nearly lost Its Eng 1Ii 1 lish genq ecJonaI Deer moI must get an English i If governess 60 Interposed i But samt1mes Im worried about i Jack He Isnt onO thing or tho other i end U we should ever go to war he it hiSJ f when his grandfather sends him such r i 55lovely presents N 11ic leon fight against England ex claimed MrBarry Id like to seo him try it Chats nfl He will find ho haa w tto solo with his father first i j1W But Harold If he was born hero of I 1eourse his natural feelings would be r with America and you know how ob l etlnate Jack is when ho makes up hla t ciIj country not if you commanded me on OUt hcnded knees and bo would feel SrSeven mpro strongly being a man 1i You would simply make a breach bo 1i twoep you if you tried to Interfere AStew years In Oxford will change 4aflhat said Mr Barry turning overt bla paper 4 Considering that he Isnt going thcrotaldhls vlfo Oh hes noU decidedlyI HI ho should it would end In his living there and marrying some dowdy Etifllsh girl with a sixInch fringe and 5lernnrcverence for the mb ofer- 5I family and how would you like thatBetter than q nervous American sIx1ncliwnlstSand no respect for anything in heaven I or earth was tho Imperturbable an SH ii swer Of course you mean Alice said his wife Indignantly though Im EurWshe Isnt a bit nervous and nobody laces now Both her mother and 1 think Alice and Jack were Just made for each other whatever your opinion 1 jlhoytookfirstr thoI HmM Mr Barry woo deep in hla paper 1AlIco hasnt as rncch character aa 1aSpresently shitrIs sweet and good and lovable and I Idont sea why they shouldnt be very happy together It doesnt matter If ho Is rather the brighter of tholwo7- Is the engagement announcedr bSt tho question was Ignoredtt After Jack luIs Harvard wo will throw them togetherIront 0 a good deal she said JSlncowoareI In sensible America we wont have to 0 60 eternally chaperoning them I hope Jack ont develop the English bash fulness Was your father a shy l 0 maI thlnS8nnroJd1fWhy ho had rather dono with thatt when I met him but f shouldnt fancy to was timid n cm so glad I was afraid It had skipped a generation end was coming eutmJaek l If it does pho probably wont mind telping him out a bit since we are in jOJ1slblo America I dont think Jack will need it though He inherits con tJ fderable determlnatii not to say oh Ibttlnacy from his grandfatherd JTlutj hasnt Dkl pped a generation pointedlyIerJ Ive como Into cnouch of It to know yspepSia j Degiade1 its victims It puts them Iin Mho power of tho weakest organ of slavesiThey must eat to suit it drink to suit selfdenialII AYERS- PILLShtrr hiVe cured many bad cases of dyspepsia they will euro you if you re Buffering from that disease r 41rn Anderson 15 Williams Iltareot Grand Rapids Mich writes jf Ayoris Pills cured me of dyspspoia Sfrcn which I lad suffered fcrthm v years Ttcy bent very ottar Un i AYB8lV PIeUrDyspopsfa tnat at tno proper urns onciC 13 guraa Oxford was the calm reply Which will simply spoil everything said Mrs Barry Impatiently Alice will be married llong bore he gets back and he himself will probably a victim Ohj Uncle ban as the or opened to admit an elderly man youve come Just In time We want a lawyer Has It come to that asked thei LtlHaroldA thmericanthe English army when we go to waruMrs Barry said Indignantly Justt because ho himself happened to Jbe rn over there Ho wnttta Jock to go to Oxford and manY oh English gI I whom wo wont know or be fond of when hero is Alice Jest cut out for him and weve got It all planned Now you tell us as a lawyer what Jacks mUonallty is eerlouslyr03 a child of an American mother and born In this country I should callj m an American There clUzcnJAnd being such ho will probably choose for himself not only his collego and his wife but his nationality If a freoborn American wants to consider hi anWEythingThat Is about It said Mr Barry In a satisfaction KButdlng Uncle DOn asked How old iIs tho boy anyway Just three months today said Mrs Barry proudly Stay to dinner and you shall see himIthe annie said her husJfand until he Is old enough to decide orm thimself Jack Is going to pray for tho qu rieenIll bpank him every time he does said tho American half of the coalition And then they all laughed and wentr Tampklnsln I0FTHE SPEED Claimed He li tho Sirlftcst Animal In ItheWorld horse Is twice a manl o feels more secure Is braver Is in every way moro formidable European officers know this In clearing tho streets of Paris only cavalry are used e call out the infantry of the militia Europethermounted man No unarmed body oft humanity will stand tho impact of horses They melt before the charl InIway o IIt as soon as possible pome day lQ will Vow wiser on this side of tho AU Just now wo have fifty infan y companies of militia to ono of cavf airy Many of our militiamen are un able to pay for the keep of a horse which Is expensive even if a man dow the caring and bedding with hia o viIands Many others of them wo uld-j not know what to do with a horse If they had ono Thin is bad but with he trolley and the bicycle crowding the steed pf our fathers closer anilI closer to tho wall thero is not much chance that It will be bettered FlvQI hundred years from now unless all signs fall grnyhcadcd college profess ors with pianocalves had eighteen inch chests will bo lecturing upon an extinct animal and reconstructing him for the benefit of students from a of stifle and a front tooth plecoI I believe thattho horse Is tim est animal in tho world Ono bean Etrango tales of tho speed of tho ante llope tho whitetailed fawn tho spring b loktho wolf Tho fastest of those Is tho American ersthatscon ono est As for the rabbit or any kind ofI overIearn moro than 150 pounds of rdcrcaddlo and gun one gets an idea of how nit icbs superior ho Is A speedy pony will outrun a greyhound I havo sean this tried It is customary among men who use them to give tho dogs nIl tho law pcsJttlo In order to avoid riding over them In hunting with a brace of very good coursing hounds five yours ago It I was found that there were five ponies IIn the party which would outfoot tho Uhfldoubtedbit would do his boat to run over them DmITtey wasicnouBI thehnbltexplaintolet- and g ho made the statement at tho outset that oil possessions should bo Bunted equally thofrIendOf course said the Socialist And it you bad two cows would you do the same Of course I should thotrJenllVlgs would you give mo one of them liE h thas gettln owor near lion said thaiOthcr if yetvopigstAb UDtc rUed Olrl Il A lovely girl was caught by hot jaunt while indulging id surreptitious 5Jgarctte t 7 t auntIVdo l 4lrira a your tfotUn o 4untle dnr SaId thJov ly 4cttive ColhioI oil Is in the Field Kansas women have never been known to rail to meet ani emer ncrandduring these ho surrrmcr days they are gloj jioubly Uv ng up to thai recctrd says thChicige Chronicle The wheat crop tMsvoar in till Sun fl ver Stuto is much larger tthan tban it has boon for several yenrs past I1Ddj firmorji are ex peiiencihjj sonodiffiouliy in get thug it harvested The present wir nv3vcedtd out the oungda Wen from tho fartnin districts and labor conscquently is hard Mhatiol enough to flo the work So the wives and daughters ol the farmers have gone into the fields to help along tho work them selves Living around in S dgwii k C unity are many girls who have jUtteiidod cull gos in Mhe EIS sinco they were tots Then lithers are prosperous farmers These girls came home this sum nwr lo find their agricultura parents in the midst ta grea probhm how to gtl the wheut t i hArvesled Like Kansas girls nty solved it by helping harves e crop themselves It is rnThuDcninmou sight to see a colleg tbred girl leading out four horses 1to biuder any bright morningO niIfl Kansas lust now It brings tbo red to their cheeks and th health to thou bodies The Kan sas girl can drive a binder and cut the wheat swath just as woli as her brother Seated on the hi Saighstraw hat upon her head a calico dress und course shoes sits the farmer girl of Kansas She i doiig a good work and whet she re urns to her college in tin her cheeks will wear thhiruddy glow brought on by a ansas harvest wind and a Cnnto sas sun And the crop is being balvstrd jjust as well as though experienced hands wore work- igonIjIJ ILaAro von lacking In strength nail oner ditablogtucrnllyvo lUll dtvii in health If your liver Is Is torpid and a few discs of llorbino will urn yiui llorliino has no o iunl as n hoalth rvhtorcr llaydon A Hobortsuu There waf a negro barbetue near Greenwood Hst Friday and in the afternoon Nick llyrdn negro who lives in that neigh obrhuod bad a dispute with a colored damsel named Ccrelda Cromwell which ended in his whipping out his revoVYer and shooting her in the jaw Monroe Cromwell a brother of the girl t ercupon pulled his gun and shot Byrd in the throat inflict ling a wound which proved fatal Bprd dying Sunday Cromwell promptly vanished and has not been apprehended yet The girl- S recovering Paducah Nows Tablon Hiukryo Piio Ointment Kytx ii stat relief It allays InlluumHon and tn18 It ispronijit in itn action and p s Hive iu Us elrvjcU Itis tlio kind tluit cures vlthoout pain or discomfort It Is for plies onlv 5oc Tubes 76o llaydon it Robertson Ww havo quite a character in Company L from Bell county Ho is a great tall typical nioun taineer very popular with the officers and men A few days jailer we were paid off ho was iinvited to jjoin in a crap gamo in nother company and ho Jlned in rather reluctantly HoItold me that it was tho first Limo that lho ever rolled dice for money and yot whim the game ended he was 5235 ahead Ho promptly sent 50 homo to his people and kept the i2 35 and says now that ho is through with rolling the dice Gump Thomas Corio pondent Danville Advocate Valuable Farm Lands l0tt tENT II Jcsirc to rent for tho year 1899 my farm near Frctlenicktown Washington unity Keonsist ofIlarge residences and one good ten ant house on tho place also gool outbuildings Will rent tine Farm as a whole or divide it into tracts For further information call on cr- address MRS M L CONNOR Frcdoricktown Ky or I II TUURMAN Springfield Ky Scmpsou anti Schlcy A naval officor whose nam is wilblieltli of courSo gives the origin of the trouble between jCommo Jure Sampson ul Suhloy Ho says that when tboy wcre bottj young lieutenants on the same ship Sampson had some rpomtmiiccusedjatjd when he deiihd it had tho abyIVtAo J mqtherfeels l scribable dread of the painand danger attend ant upon the most critical pcIriod of hcr life Becoming a mothershould beI joytouffeting andI makeitsTHEWS FRIEND1 is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf thishourseverest triallis not only made painless but all the danger is removed by its use Those who use deIspannausea and other distressing conditions arc avoided the system is made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers Friend It is a blessing to woman 9100 PER DOTTLE atall DruerStoreoor sont by oxprona on rocolpt of prlcoI Containing Invaluable Information oi sertoe BIUDFIELD CEGUL1TOB Atlanta Gi surgeon to administer an emitic tpalio him throw them up Schlqy came in about this time md seeing the poor fellow writh ing in pain asked the cause Being told bo roundly denounced IiSampson and finally slapped him nipson raged considerably but ddi not accept JSchleys offer to givo him any satisfaction he wanted The memory of that affront itH1 rankles in Sampsons bosom and he has done ever thing in s power to keep Schley dow and in his mean purpose scorns have had the assisjtaoco of tbo navy department and the President But Schley wont down Iln isI brave and chivalrous officer as the incident in his early lifo iu t cates and the tate seems to fa r him even if the outhuri h do frown on himrro him and not a L to Simpson is due the destruction of Cerveras fleet notwithstandjrg tho latters ego ilisticsl dispa h to Washington on the Fourth of July The t tory of the naval office m may or may not ba true but it tbeIcharacter of tthe man Another incident illustrative of Scbleys magnanimity is given in a dispatch after tho demolition of Cer veaas fleet The men were cheer iing wIth a three times Ihreo for him wbea bo said Thank you bojfs but I didnt do it Let the officers cheer the crew Every fffiuer jlined in hearty cheers These were oepcitt d when the Commodore sw iledClTo the men behind the gunsl Tlio ISrst Remedy for Flay Mr John Mathlns a well knuwn atonk rtCiiIcrofPuIaskIKy8ays u After HuCcr tIng for over a week with flux iud my iphysician buying fulled to relievo me I was advised to try Chninlxjrhiiiis Colic Clitlcrn mid Dinrruocti Hcinody nnd I think it wnH tim moan of Rnvln ray Ufo For salo by Hnydon l Robertson Senator Lindsay of Kentucky predicts that thtySenate will rc fuse to ratify any treaty of based upon the terms peaeI press dispatches retort to have been adapted by the caVmet He says it will be impossible for the President to obtain twothirds or raliIticBtlonthe Spanish flag floating in the Philippine islandfC There are not ten men in the Senate who would consent to such a concession Ho does not necessarily iimply annexation to the United States but in his opiuon the American people will nut be sat isjled with any arrangement that leaves any of the Philippines nnder the Authority of Spain Elizabethtown News Vlmt do vu wantfor yuiir ten cents lDyes that do not fade dyes that wil stmd wnahltifr dyes that will stind uonling dyes that each papkagn will color more than anv other Then buy tutnam Ful loss Dyoa lOc per package Sold by Waters A Browne GASTORIAFori The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnaturo of rim itor W II Costloy ofStockbriilo Qi vlnlo attonding tu his pastoral diitita in KllIon wood that state was attacked by c okra niorbna Ho sttj IJy clmnco I li pppnod to got hold of ubottloof Chamber alns Ctilic Choora and lnrrhtca Rjinody and have pleasure of statiiif mOiPru u THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF Has is dpe not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination 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