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white roseitree 5J w The trumpets blare and the banners viier in The smoke of the figh flbats high and lo 1roi roSS All groaning and moamng the fallen lie 9 And over the mountain drifts the crow On the 5Nbr them porch where the woodbines grow The baby croons on its TOothdrs knee j MThe toy soldiers smile in a crooked row And the white dove coos in the white rose tree jjTheWhere there wasnt a grave a day ago And adirgo ascends toTthe leaden sky S A sky that is fraugh with the gloom of woe = But the sky smiles sweet where the still hours know That the brook blossom bonds to the booming bee Oh the mowers sing DiBtthey blithely mow And= the white dove oos in the white rose tree t S 4 ENVOI z SWhile the soldier dashes to strike the foe Though Kel fall while praying for victory t The plow down the furrowed field moves slow And the white ddvqicoos in the white rose tree EKT3iinkIttrick In Colliers Weekly i I3 a3 jr 33 33 333 3 3 3 1t1t tttt tt tt ttut tt1S tt li Odds and ends o 6ossip i 3 3 usjTmiEWashiigtpncountys the great army of volunteers which was called out to whip Spain 1 rob lyWon1t see any fightingf but they will s6e n it tIe of the world anyway The First Kentucky Regiment to which Company K containing the Washington county boys belongs sailed for Porto Rico a short time before peace was dej clared and will be given a nice jjourney across the waters and be detailed to garrison duty on theislandfjr sometime Porto Eico is described as an interest ilug country to visit and the boys will no doubt enjoy many n wand tratigo sights and ex peri epees They were fortuna ate by the way in enlisting with the First Regiment as that is the only one of the Ken tucky regiments that will be rI- d red to the front the Second ontaing the Lebanon company and the Third containing the Bardstown company having goridmo farther thati the damp ing grounds at Chickamauga There iis some probability of the Second Regiment being ordered back ta go into camp at Lexing ton which place has bOon se lected as a camping place for a largo number of troops a IJt yETERAN OurFenwick trespondent sendsl cor1 sting fiteIIl4 bout onoTf our well known citizens I peaking of thosinking of new wells in the neighborhood our corre spdndent says The Water prophet basS had his oppor tunity for fame as well as the war hero That lightningscarred old veteran Jeptha Wilson has a record of twonty seven holes in the ground graddd in depth and v luthi oif water Ho has but one dry well while others vary indepth but all have water While Jeptha is not the prophet who smote the rock and obtained much water ho isthe man whom the Lord smote with lightning from the back of his neck to the Heelof his toQjt about eighteen yearilago The very heels and soles were torn from his shoes and the buttons burned off His clothing iLndth scorched lines can yet bo traced acrpss his body Tho shoes and clothing Were vi wed by thousands when on exhibitioni at the Louisville Exposition Itt 188l Jeptha is a veteran a pensioner and be longs to a family of water prophets who can trace their ancestry to that once famous oldl necromancer JohanRhyneerson who was saW to be half Indian and half devil and held sway like a feudal king in fthe early 1days of the present century 1 II URPBISED About the mostI h4sbeenmany a day was the courtroom full of attorneys witnesses spectators and prisoners bn last Saturday when Judge Litsey gave his decision dismissing the mon Homan and Oder who were arraigned for assaulting and j brutally beating a youngman by t the nai pf Hood in the Willis burg neighborhood about two weeks ago The testimony in the asewas lislfened tp with a good deal of interest by a large crowd of spectators and as the wereIions of indignation at the accused and of sympathy for the victim of the assaultwho still showed the effects ofthe beating heard i from many At the conclusion of the testimony County Attorney T Scott Mayes thinking as he1 said afterward that there would oe no doubt about the men being he dover declined to argue the casOj submitting it on theIpris1onersAttorney Mayes was as rom pletely knockedout as if he had received a solar plexus blowI from Kid McCoys great left did not revover in time to call IrcaseconI cealed their Astonishment as gracelully and prudently as they could under the circumstances while the prisoners looked about askance as if they were not quite sure but what they Wqre the victims of a joke So it dan be seen that there are other things quite as uncertain as the verdict of a jury or whom a girl wiirmarry IpRO oastlonefession that is prospering in this community lust now and that is the medicaL It is an unfortun ate state of things to chronicle but it is a fact that the health of the community this summer isi not good and the locall doctors greateripart of the time Typhoid fever that insidious disease thatjs so hard to combat is veryiprovalenkiir some pdrts of tUo county and several deaths and a number of serious cases have been reported recently 5 r t Ilil nr4IRs LITTLE JOKE TIle farmpr has become prover bial for his grumblingj hut this year ho cannot cons le iousy indulge In this tendenoy the good crop prospects having im bued him more with a spirit of good humor The condition of crops was the subject of among a group of farmers the other day when one of them broke in with But I tell you all this rain kaa about ruined all the lltt- lcinnmy neighborhood How soquoriedoao 0 Why its made bigcorn ofiit alir and the laugh was on th6 one who wanted to know illIoE7Thto learn that he has just received an appointment as principal of a large college at Harts ville Tenn and will go to that place from Williamsburg to enter upon his new duties at once The college is under the control of the Masons and it was through the efforts of Mr Noes Masonic friends of this place as well as elsewhere that appointment was secured t Deaincss Cnmtot be CU1djby local applications as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the car There is only oriorwav to coie deafness and that Is by OHlItntionalreD1Cdles Deafness Is caused y an Inflamatlon of the Eustaclan Tube Wlien this tube gets inflamed yoahavoafumblingsound orimporfcct hearing and when Iti8 ca tircly dosed deafness Is the result and and unless the Inflainatlou can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed for over nintf cases out of ten are caused by scatarrhcondition of thp nucous surfaces Wo will glvo One Hundred Dollats for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by HallR CatarrL Cure Send for circulars free P JOhoonoy t CoToledo 0C Sold by Drliggists 75c Halls Pimilv PIUS arotho host SnanShtsVlth a Graphoplionc TheGraphopbone is to the ear what the pbotdgraphic camera is to the eye and more for the Graphophone catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter esting use ofa Graphophone is ij to make records of your friends voices to be preserved for future use You can catch the story of ii Your jolly friend just as he told 1t or the favqrite song of some loved one just as she sapgit and have it reproduced perfectly at any time and as often as you i please Besides the Grapho phone affords wonderful entertainment in the way of reproducing the music of bands Qr cheftras or vocal or instru mental soloists No investment will return so much in pleasure V as the purchase ot a Grapho phone It is the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue No 80 to the Columbia Phono graph Company No 919 Penn sylvania Ave Washington DCI About one month ago my child which Is fifteen months old bad an attack or diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting 1 gave It such romedlosasaro usually glvj en in such cases but as nothing gave re wo bent for a physician and it w 8Ihis caro for a woek At this timeIllOf child bad been sick for about ton end was haying twentyOvo opera tions of the bowels every twolvo hours and wo wore convinced thnt unless it t soon obtained relief it would not lvoI Dllrr1Ifor tho better and oy its continued uso complotocuro brought about antI it la uovk perfectly ueahiyC L Bogus Stutnptotru Gilnior to W Va For sale by Hayden Jt Rooortson Mtlt0N lEWS From the Falcon The banks of this city effected a full and satisfactory settle ment with the county in regard to their taxes at a special l meeting of the Fiscal Court of Marion county which was held here The sheriff was Instructed to accept for the years 1890 1897I and 189850 per cent of the taxes duo on the basis ot the 1898 as sessmont to be a full settlement with the banks for all delinquent taxds penalties etc up tq the present time This settlement was satislactory to the county officials and was willingly accepted by the bankers i E1zabeth Hospital the splendid enterprise of Dr R C McChord is rapidly nearing completion and already presents a most imposing appearance When finished and ready for occupancy which will be In the fallit will be par excellence the achitcctural ornament of the town Moreover it will be through all the coming years an enduring monument to the enter priso zeal anti public spirit of Dr McChord The Second Regiment wtych includes our boys have recejyed orders for a sevep days practice march Cot Gaitber has rot yetdecided where he will take the regiment but he is striving to secure the privilege of a thirty days march in which event the boys will tramp into Kentucky They are greatly elated over the prospects as aretht tr friends at lineINEWS LEADER 1 a year fENWIGIi From Our Rczular Correspondent Mrs Bettie Wheatley of Cecil villa has been for several weeks the watchful and loving nurse in the sick room of her son near Fenwick Medical skill has done its part but the sympathy of the public goes out to the untiring mother whose brave vigils has won so far a victory no less dear to Tier than the herdTof tented fields or the vaunted victory of avanquished fleet Dr Smock of Litsey is the regular attending physician on Mrs John Polin Sr and reports her much improved Rev L B Ford pastor of the R C church here gave his congregation a brief but most instructive sermon on the question of faith at the Sunday morning While the SpanishAmerican Protocol is being discussed and our new territorial acquisitions are being marked out this part ofour good old state is coming to the front with the largest wheat and corn crop in twenty yearsThe cutting of the tobacco crop in some localities has be gun and the plants are in fine condition The absence of the worm this season is vouched for by tobaccoists with very pecul iar reasons The grasshoppers which were a pest in the earlier months become a blessing now in that they destroy the eggs of the fly hence no worms Thomas Wheatley who has been very sick with typhoid fever at his uncles T J Nally is convalescent and his relatives hope to be able to remove hUD to his home near Cecilville this week Mrs Maggie Hearst of Louis ville is visiting relatives near Fenwiok Miss Carrie Champion whose dangerous illness was noted a few weeks since is better Thomas Brown of St Ivos was the guest of Father Ford on Sunday Miss Hallie the little daugh illItyphoid ver but hopes are entertained for her recovery Mrs Henson Scott and Mrs S L Aardesty of Waltons Lick friendiMrssustained a severe iinjury last week IBurgess Pinkston a pupil of the Polin common school was a guest of his teacher and friends near hero Saturday and Sunday The evening services of the Fenlwickwas largely attended and after Sunday school the pastor of Hillsboro church delivered an interesting sermon A telegram on Sunday inform ed the family of Mr Matt Nunan of his illness in Louisville Prof Montgomery was home on Saturday and is of the candid opinion that Waltons Lick is the Hub of the universe and that he has the best school of boys and girls in the county That Cabbage Bug Dr H D Rodman of Bards town has received a letter from the United States Department of Agriculture in reference to the cabbagedestroying bug of which mention was made in the Record It is called tha Har lenutn or Calico Bug from its peculiar markings and was MexImadoits first appoara1ce in Texas In 1856 and has gradually spread from year to year till now it is found in nearly every state in the Union Many gardens in Bardstwn and other points in the county have suffered from the depredations ot this bug and the cabbage crop willl be greatly curtailed in consequence The best means suggested by the Department at Washington lor the destruction of the bug is a strong solution of kerosene oil to be applied by a hand force pump but even this Isby no mOans satisfactory as the so- 1utCtirnsto be so strong in order tbkiil the Gugsthat itgenerallv ruins the cabbage Nelson Record I THE mm MURDER History of a Mysterious Crime Committed Near Here Many Years Ago In an article which appeared in the NEWSLEADER few issues back the statement appeared that General Shafters mother was a descendant of Capt Willmta Watson formerly of this county In preparing the article the name Watson appeared when it should have tjeon Watts that being the name of the gentleman referred lOt Our attention has been called to the error by Mr W FBooker OaptWilhnml who is familiar with the history of both Washington and Nelson counties In his letter Capt McGill gives the history of a crime committed by the Watsons which is an interesting bit of reading aiM which we publish herewith BARDSTOWN KY Aug 11 1898 MR W F BOOKER Spring field Ky Dear Sir I read in the NEV LEADER givng you ShattersIof your county Washington be lug a daughter of one Wm Wat son To aid you in your rficollec lions and researches of the Wat son family I have concluded to give you a history of that family wlich I have known since before you were born There was liv ing in this county CNelsonin 1821 about 12 miles northeast of Bardstown old man Watson and his son William The old than was a powder makerandlbelieve a gunsmith also I do not know the givettnamo of the old man In 1827 two men were killed in the neighborhood of his house a Mr Courtney and a Mr Coff man Courtney was a double soninlaw of Watson having married two of hIs daughters Watson and be had a falling out about the land as Courtneyby his marriage got two shares of Watsons farm Courtney and Coffman had walked over to a sale in the neighborhood Watson and his son lay in ambush and shot them on their return home They had nothing against Coffman but had to kill him to save detettion The neighbors suspicioned the Watsons and they were arrested and the officers in searching about the house found the piece of cloth that had been cut off to wad their guns which corresponded exactly in size to the wad found on the ground with the dead bodies This wasthe strong est proof left to the jury certain of the old man being the murder er of the two men Ho was convicted and hanged in 1828 His son William was kep in jail here some twoor three years and finally acquitted The old pan allot being condemned to hang wrote a confession with instructions if VHlwas condemned tribe hanged it was to be published but if he Will was cleard Itrwas to be destroyed unopened and as William was cleared it was never made public William scion after left hero andI donot know where be went to He bad a knewtI am satistled you knew hun by being born within 8 or 10 miles of your town I asked him where William moved to but he would not or could not tell me My recollection iIs William iwas not exceddinpf 26 or 80 years old in 1828 1 do not know whethe he was married or single I hoard Ben Hardin who de fended Watson cay that if old man Watson had told him the truth that tbev had killed the men he could haTe cleared them without difficulty but the old man went to the gallbws proclaim ing his innocence of the murder I was present at the hanging in 1828 Very respectfully Your Friend WM F McGiLL nuckJ ns Arnica Salve pt Thobost aalvo In tho world for Co s Brnlaes Bores ulcers Ulcers Salt RhtJ um Fovorapres tt Chapped hanj Cellblalns corns and all skin cruptl6nV and positively cures PIles or no pay required It guarantcodto give per foci satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cehts per box at Uavdou A Uo1 crtsousDug Store w I JcrIIE wIdoawake business man can tbroughtho cOlumns bftheNnws ij is j UireacIthofarmcrs and othcr t i Lbuynrs l ltttJt F HPVEwrG 0w rE i l Col Dave 3111r1ny A Lexington special lo the St Louis GlobeDemocrat says volunteer is more disappointed at not getting into the fight against the Spaniards than Lieut Col David R Murray of the 4th RegitnonV which has just been sworn into the United States Service hero Be is 1 halfbrother to the famous WiH liam Critendeji who was Jttnt h ered by the Spaniards in ISoitThe story of the herojc death oi Critenden has often been told and his heroic worditA Kenr tuckian never turns hisbackto a foe and never kneels saVE to his God have become apart of the countrys literature Col Murray wanted to become one of the first Americans to enter Ha vanajaud he says he would feel that the brutal death of Bis broth er will have been avenged when that city capitulates to the Americans In tolling the story of thefl butchery of his brother and his fifty brave men the 0010nel frequently stopped to brUsh away atear anti his bearers fre quently found themselves full estsympathy with him In speak ingoftthe dear old mothei who lever iaught her sons to keep alive the spirit of revenge he said I was a little boy when my brotbefwas killed by the Spaniards but I remember him as a large handsome man with a kindly and a gentle voice The last time he was home before his death he cut out his name on a beach tree4 near outhouse hd it remained there until a few years ago Oar mother never taught us that we should avenge our brothers death It was a sub ject never mentioned lin our home yet it seems that wd have always lived in the belief that a dayof reckoningl wOuld come Yes I wodld like to bethe first to enter Havana but not for the plaudits and praise of the country but the sake of my dead brother His remains are still bunecfthJBre but now at last j hope we will find the place where ho was rudely ithrown info his treacherous graVe Itwill remembered that the massacre of Crittenden and his mCa came near precipitating war with Spain at the time and Col Murray is not the only Ken tucklan who is anxious to see the Spaniard humbled for they not only remember the Maine but they remember that other horror of half a century agotho mur der of the gifted Kentuckian William Ciltteudeu and his fifty fearless followers FrontisOId Soldier KnoxIndJaai4lS9- 7OenntsI bavo every oontidenco in rocomincdlng your Syrup of Pepsin I am 72 years of ago and am bi oken down the trouble being brought ou by jpy ex perlenco in tbeSvar Your modiclno has dona mo more good than a hundred doc tors and I ani Just about well of stomach troubles Yours truly JoflorsonWllholm Waters t Browne FRI FOR SALE I will abnut2 oclock p mt MONDAY AUG 22 1598 atthe Courthouse door in Springfield Ky offer saleto tao highest and best bidder whatis known astheE1 Kelly farm situated about 2i miles sputneast of Spnngfiejd and containing about f59 acres Said farm will hesold for one third cash the remainder on a credit of our two and three years equal payments and the purchaser will be required to glye bond for the purchase price bearing 6 per cent inter est from date payable to Mrs Martha McKenna with good personal security and a lien upon the land as additionall se curity For further information apply to the undersigned 0 C MCGILL For Mns MARTHA MCKENNA Wounded at Santiago j W Creek a llntod States Regular from Cuoan fields arrived in Lgbanon Saturday He poke freely of the battle of Sane lago in which a Spanish baIT passed through his left shoulder leavlripa wound which will ren iierhim unfit for service for sey 5ral months His account of low our brave soldiers felt In deatharonndvtiiffl was thrillfcfp oeyond descniplioh WcSr aF ie is familiarly called is well t ITb Ro1alatheItIt f bowa ActaI ta k J iiklrdtsreertMrrwS l POWDER1 r cat f known in court circles on account of serious troubles which he had l several years ago after which4 t be joined the army During hiS furlough he will remain Vlh a his parents atTJiberty Lebatou Enterprise StapbnCbarkingb the uso of BillardH Horebound Syrup Itarresta the cough allays Irritation of the throat and relicvrti congestion of lliinipr In day It in safo and pleasant to take and noyefA din appoints 25C50C Uaydon ROb rlon Spanish Justice The investigation of affairkafr Santiago sheds tt strong Uglife Iupon the peculiar methods of Spanish justice The condit1on discoveredwere compared only tki s the Bastile Men and women were herded together in a dingy musty prison Some guilty of only a petty crimes such as speaking disrespectfully of tho Spanish government had been kept a year without a trial Recordsol the charges against them had in many leases been lost witnesses were dead but the prisoners were detained though unsentenced Even the jail officials were in many cases ignoranti of the charges against v ther prisoners Prisoners for gotten by justice languished 1 4 there for yeas Thomas Ingnando a native of Havana was areste1poar tho the end of 1882 charged wiUi bigamy He was never tned And is stIll iin prison Jose Bastona imprisoned on July 2 1892 was not tried 11dtnr the end of 189f Jose Silvera arrested for petit theft was sentenced for four years On being removed from the dock he got into a strugglo with a policeman dud was seu teQced to an additional fonl years sentence 6n the day of 7his release ha was unjustly ser tenced again so that he was sentenced toa total of fourteen years imp Smi ne f9r a crinm the maximum penalty for whicIT was six months He is still iiLl jaiL The majority of the prisoners will be liberated by the American authorities Some were found who have actually served more than tha allqtjed penalties 1 t other cases habitual criminals were retaned as soldiers or sent to Spain t Talesl oftterrible cruelty whip Jping starving arid torture jrere told by the prisoners who were seen by the American commit 6ion Some of them were tbund to lave been kept in jjaillong after their sentences had expired flaunt Irrilitlttn Is tho forerunner to consuqipflorfi Pr Dells Pine Tat Honey ysttl euro LaId felvo such strength to the InnsJthVt congb or cold will not settle there 25 aU food druggfuta DUYoa Tmlrm Scotts Emulsionthrough the winter If so we COqlhhealedthroat increased your weifht gave you more color ahd made wayButcome back again or you are gett ting tjUttle thin and pale Then why hot continue th same helpful remedy rIght through the summer Itwill do whepbcweathtr Its persistent UK will ctmlnly live YOU a better aecttiic ad a ron QlcestkHi It will cure your weak throat ad keal Your IInflamed IuR r- ilt will cure e tnrcaM- of consurapHwi wbtt- a cure Is posslbk lont beprsusded toytake MjgMpbiytart JyIt Jut asfpod TT An Drug SCdTTDowiSt- j 4di THE HEWSLEADE H L DAVISON JR THURSDAY lrAUG 18rlM8 T ki i Now that the Spaniards have boonidrhet10utofCUDa and hive reliu iuished all claims to cimtiol of that island or is pop uktion the question confronts the United States as to just vhnt will be done about governing these people about whom all thljvrar has been waged It has bfeen clearly demonstrated that it will not do to allow the Cubans jto take control of affairs for the 2 present as the Insurgents are clearly Incapable of maintaining anything lijte a stable format government The administration Washington has very wisely c t decided that the Cubans must r i i t recognize this for the present at A leastl and theyneed not expect any recognition of independencb j until theflStht they arejcapable of limintaining a per mapenJgoYfcnment The Unitedi r1rf i Sfotss vriBy t the meantime j maintain atniilitary form of gov ernment aad uai how the ubns are to be allowed to run their atFt t ownccUntry is a qestion tobp I settled later f rlTviacpootots of the fighting done in tko war with Spain by f Vbcvkmerica forces give the 1 nsoldier great credit fort t ineBravery in action A young mail i by the aamti of Riley of Owensl J 4b roKywho was with Col i Roosevelts Rough Riders in l speaking of tho negro soldiers tJi trte bfcttleof Santiago ay- stt i that they displayed great hero at J ism He aid I saw them i4f being mowed down to the right fIO j und left of us They pressed on io t fjiltedumonand fought till they reached the line of the enemy when they slaughtered the 4t 1 Spaniards by the score I heard VS the negroes of one company sing tjl pmrliBe a Hot Time h xcf the Old Town Tonight under 5firc Anyce knoa ticQw- ards could not dd tbafc J i LiTjck seems to beimth the first Kentucky Regiment so far gatifyinjr the desire of the tf Ins of it for a trip to Porto Is concerned The trans 4a port Alamo bearing the regi onent had left the harbor at Newport News only a short timet r before thepeace Orders were m t issu hei a fast gunboat was sent out to overhaul her the Fates decreed that fjie gunboats shaft was to brea1iand the tlnloclcy boys were allowed to bontt ueeIroxcursIonto Porto l Rico I i OLD 3 n Corbett who was distinguished fdr being the 45ii father of Jim Corbett the fam ous prize fighter murdered his aged wie1t then committed j suicide at his home in San Fran 4Fcisco the otaer day The inci ALetiwill cause regret among a certain elMs qf people iin this country iis B6mtKJh aa it win probib interfere with that grst the Corbe McCoy fight ndrtrtfeecL to takepUce on- t Septembr1t Id i AntLGzowBDWpy had tt the honor oJ ifeliverfagrthe first a p hardrbV wto Spain when he de- stroyodJwr squadron at Manila and wbe kebombarded the city 1t1Qth day and forced the Spaniards to raise the white sag- hat was tfce last heavy blow ofr the war which is now over i GENII FJTZHUOH LEE who didVt do any of the fighting a againsti the Spaniards has an i notmcedthat he will be a caridi l dalo for Unilel States Senator1 froth Virginia after he is re lieved from military duties Copper Colored Splotches There is only ope cure for Oontagioui Blood Poison the disease which has completely bed the doctors They are totally unable to cure It and direct their efforts toward bottling the poison up in the blood and concealing from view B8 8 cures the disease post tively and permanently by forcing out every trace of the taint I vas imlctecJ nth a tnrlblo loo4 dliWwhich wU lii tpoi at flll but atterwrd4 SSS preao au UTeF7 TbesQsvotl brokoUI t1Lo sod Ii b WY 1mallle sDUerI3g duedBeote be amc cunvlnoed that the doctorsqculd do no good I tb4 nt a hundred dolUrliIchwM really thrown W7 then ttIiiI various patent medicines but they did not reach the dftieI had flnUhed inr ftts t bottle of fS 8 iwa i Brcttlr Improved and was delighted with ue ruun The Lrgo re1 ipiocues vu 3 cheit began to guw paler and smaller an before long dlsepptred entirely I rfRalnf d rt7 bitsweht became StTUPITtfl AP petite greatur Improved Iusoon entlreli well and uy skin M clear as a piece of BjM AlTtM JW Mulberry St Newark NJIIdl destroy possible chance of a eue bi taking the doctors treatment of toercury and potash Thesetninerals cause the hair to fall out and will wreck the entire system the 1b1sB1iioJ1 iIi PTOStT TJWKXABIi anu W IUO only i blbod remedy gUaratrteod to contain no potash mercury or other mineral I Books on tho disease and its treatment mailed free by wIftSpecIfloOc- mpanyAt3nta Ga 1 ORDERS have been issued at Washington for the orderingout- of 50000xf the volunteers and i said that the Fourth Keno liJS or Col Golsons regiment Iis included in the number whose service will not be needed To Tonstmptire- Asan honest remdr Foleys Uonoy and Tar docs nut bold out raIse hopes In claimsioTOr- TOlllt earns and in tho early stages te ef feet a cure Haydon Robertson TWLsTh WAR The Spanish prisoners at Santiago are being embarked rapid ly Their condition is described as horrible the mortality in theI Spanish camp being so great that iit s impossible to bury the dead The bodiesi ale piled together and burned The last skirmish in the wiiIC with Spain sofa as mm occurred Sunday morning on the road between Mayaguez and La res in Porto RIcd both sides be lug ignorant that peace had declared beenI The War Department an abundance of supplies ready to b sent to Cuba if needed for thef t- relief of tho people there The Spanish coast cities and towns are rejoicing They can now sleep without dreaming ofr Watson and his squadron andI 4they aroprepanng tostart their ships once more for West Indian portstGov Gen Angusti fled from Manila Friday and reached Hong Kong yesterday He said at Hong Kong that Manila surrendered unconditionally to the3tAmericans Saturday When be left it was expected that the Americans would bombard the city the next day and his reportt that it surrendered the day after he left indicates that he arrangedI for the surrender to take place Augustl with his family was taken off by Germans in launch to the German Cruiser Kaiserin Augusta which carried him to UoBg Kong He is on hia way to Spain You V D rpad a II that foleys Colic Cure ivan Jnntant roo llof for coljo miner coinplalnt cooler morbuM diarrhcoa Meody flux cbrunio dh coilinterst illaydon k ItobortMon J f lICK D UPIi tSome of the swell hotels at Old Point have shut down on soldiers eating at their largelyowing it is said to the complaints of some officers in tho volunteers who are suffering with swollen heads The story is told of an officer of this class rushing up totbo clerk Qf one of 1thatcommon soldier eating in theI topmanded that the offender be ex cluded The clerk grow irate and started on an ejection jttJtJ ndywittf tfhe K1atl waIt pointed out The derek hes t rI tated J Why dont you put hit out askW tbe officer Well Lieutonaar said the clerk ri dont think we can accommodate you this time That soldier it the son of the president of the syndicate that owns tIbis hoUl and Im not looking out for a chance to lose my job In ona ot his speeches Private Jfqim Alltn tells this story in away that cannot bo imitated An old darkey tajbing toan ptber about theupsand downs and the bard Jife of negroes in thelrjlackto Lransf rrFIt is this way explained the negro In his own dialect When I want to rent a piece of land to raise cotton I apply to Mr Planter and betakes my note for the rent Then Mr Planter transfers my note to the merchant and getti money on it The merchant transfersit tothe commissibn merchant and- gets money on it The com mission merchant transfers it to the banli and gets money on it The bank transfers It to another bank and gets money on it And koepsgolagtime it is transferred somebody gets money onltani nobody ever has anything to pay except me That whats the matter doesntIThe N6H Fatal Diseasr Ills not generally known Ihnt wore adults die of kidney trouble than any dtaase When the first symptom of this disease appear no time should be lost in taking PoloyaKidnqy Cure which lIaydotJDaBgeroui DrmklBg Water Denth lurks In impure waters It breeds diseases often in epidemic form The first symptom is llooseness of the bowels TbcsQ diseases are chocked by taking FoloyVCbllccure Haydon Rob OrtSQH tJOMIISSIOERS SALE t wTTAsmscrros cincurr KKNTUCET IID MosTOoitiar Etc Plff A011K9T SAUUK E NALUET Etc Den j By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Wasbington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1898 in the above cause I shall proceed to otter for sale at the Court House door in Spripgeld Ky on the 22ml day of August 198 ata oclock P M or thereabout be- Ing County Court day to thei hllhostbldder at Public Auction upon a credit of six twelve and eighteen months the following r described propertyto wit Three certain tracts of land llying in the county of Washing- tont Tracts Nos land 8 lying on the Springfield and Mackville turnpike about 51 miles from Springfield Ky Tract No 2 lying on the waters of Little Beech near tracts No1 and 3 All ol said tracts being Heur3Fenwickl on the north by lands of Ray raylorBrmonl I tturnpike and west by Mia Fowler containing SSl acres Tract No 8 bounded on the north by lands of J D Barker east by 0 FeDwlck and J D Bat ker on the south by lauds of Will Fowler and west by said turnpike and containing 123 14I acresTract No 2 bounded on tho north by lands ofEd Grant Smith and Wm Bailee east by Wm Sallee and west by Taylor Har mon and containing 8 acres For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal Interest from date of sale until paidI and having the force and effect of a Jjudgment Bidders will be required to comply promptlyr with these terms THOS4 W SIMMS JR o MCWCC LUCE SPILT WINE When a woman who haa boa pretty realizes that she is so no llonger she la apt to exaggerate her pastcnari Sha ft also apt W rcgar4 berieifaf slnga Jarly astute and honest and to admire hejr own sweet reasonableness in con tesslnglt J Lucy LockeJame had been jilted and not overgently Jilted Her feel notanaJlzeand she felt pain quite as acutely as do more superior persons Her father Admiral LockeJames did not make things easier for her He went about breathing fire and slaughter and using manIshowed It ItIs not surprising there herImanner became shrinking and her expression grew wan and sod letfownbermach too thin for her height She faCejIone White books on her dressing table try- Ing tp b Iiehat God must love her dearly riinasniucn s hafiad thought fit u nn to beU to iloj L Jyl5 wlaeeyed and wakeful thartttE cr that earthly love wfa4 had loved hrso little ram tooworn out too worldweary to glveypu a love worthy of your own WOUldl83ypuckerlnc g eyeslls own verefllarge and blue and prominent The Iqve yoq give me Is enough form ask nothing more or better of tate was Lucys Invariable rejoinder Then she would complacently tell her self that he idealized herthatshe was in no way really fitted to be the mate mAndUn a quietcommonplace sort of a way until Mrs Van Schorer came to Bath 11rirVan Schorer said she was g- Ushl but her appearance and her tern 8bowi11sma1jaild fu1 undulating walk that suggests more southern cjmes Hereyes were dark and inscrutable her hair heavy ItPartedand the result was quaint apd uncom mon Her complex was pale bet moutfi big and her teeth magnificent She nearly always dressed in black Women called her ugly and fat Men whom she interested called her one bellelaide rondo et gracieuEe Clarence said Mrs yanSihorer why do you marry this ridiculous i1rn Haveyou forgotten Clarence Her voltfeVaB musical with a pathetl little break In Jta touch of forelgg accent kea subtlo distinction to hel jClaeencel wllderlng bundleof desire on thesofa dowqbesideodor of patchouli quite overpowered the scentot1avenderI One Afternoon toward Christmas Just as it was growing dusk and as be sat smoking by the studio dre and banitherea fluttering uncertain sort of knock like that of a child He crossed the little passage to open the gas on the staircase was not lit recoplze4thestanding there Lucrlhe cried incredulously Lucy You The girl was trembling and could apt speak he led her in and put he In an armchair 1fienahe held out a Jett timidlyWille if It il truer Clarence turned on the 1fgbt and Jean1backIJ to stay her trembling hands He no ticed how thin she was and pale an blqrrecb1theThe letter in a handwriting he knew well bore an African postmark antI began abruptly thus n01talrmy fault I noticed you that day It Beth and you are the sort of girl whc cidarencet to you to lose him there is no necess lit Such Jove as he is capable you have had and can have again jjypu wish It What he felt for aje wat merely a passing passion which doe t not in any way affect his feeling to you You probably think it all crrlbl and shocking you are only a girl probably a tender and foolish one wht knows nothing of life If when jot get this you still care for hlnvtell bill what I have said and try to believe that I bear you no tort of illwill Victoria Van Schorer The Jetter flutteiod from his hand tad I L1srCan r mj dearr For answer Lucy put her arms about his neck I have leen so miscrablor she said Chapman Magazln- eAp1eyBut McLerie Is not so bat they say there m a better vide ol Wm ButtleIndeed what Is it zpleyir Mcterie f Your disease Is hereditAry PatientWhat must I do doctorr Attack the trouble ntlta source make your father take sulphur bathi at once A RED CROSS ANGEL CLARA BARTONS EXPERIENCESWTH THE STARVING CUBANS Americas ll rnc Xlfhiloful WrlU a lithg Utory About the Awful Set teriac She WltaMied la the WafCorswl lUudWork of the Red Croes Socletjr From Haranato Santiago the wist rut eesof a half million sick starv- Ing dying Cubaas ere looking to the Red Cross to brlrig them succor from their terrible plight Miss flattens arrival has revlTed some who were at the last extremity and all are trying to hold out a little longer until tho help that la now promised reaches themSprimarily Hlu Barton mission is to rescue the helpless children and are the women who have no means of mlnleUaionhem For months before she started the Veteran nurse chafed under her in cUe life In Washington and sought an opportunity to carry aid and com tort to tho vIctims of war famine and pestilence CUll V She had numerous conferences with the State Department on the subject and the Government officials recognized the necessity for food clothing and medical treatment nthe warcursed a Central Relief Committee consisting ot Stephen E Barton neph 1leDUDgChristian Herald were apoolnted to act j t th CI rj FISH 4X1 FlSllIi s tl tttli of a rcry Int re tng leaflet Just inucd bt the iLli Milwaukee and St Paul Railway descriptive of the ticking resorts alonjr its lines Jtirfllbe ionnd of tInterest to the professional anglers as well- su to the amateur A ywillbo sent to tvoceotstampforGenl Pass Agehf c Chicago BL CtaU Coug1sIn Is caf enough If y u take Dr Bwlls Pine Tttr Honby It cuts tbe mucous and al llayl lho Inflamatlon so ihat there is no iInclination to cnhiti It aooths the bron hlal arid is strengthening Jhe throat and lungsAH good IniuKlsuWll It Robbed Tbe Grave hnOlvornarrated by him nasollowe I W881taa most dreadful condition My skin was nlmostycllowevc8i8unkenvlpngn coated pain continually In tho back and sides no appetlto gradually growing weaker day byday Three physicians bud given tryIngatd surprise bv first bottle made a dr cldedjttiprpvomentp I continued their use for throe Xvceks rind am now well man No ouo should fail to try them OnlyOc per rbotjtle at Hayden it Rot ertsons druj5 store iv uiioerCiil airectlon Of the Department of Stale Appeals were at Onca sent out to j the Governors of th6 different States Mayors of cities and other officials for money and supplies to be distributed In Havana under the supervision of General Fltzhugh Lee The rresponse both on the part of InI dlviduals and organizations was 1m mediate and generous Railroads and steamship lines cooperated with Lbe contributors and from all parts of the country provisions and articles ot Clothing were transported free of charge to New York which became the central depot tot supplies although a few things were sent by way of Flori da Free transportation was also fur fished from New York to Cuban ports by the steamship lines esltabllmouieraIShe carried with her letters of Introduction and com mendation from the Department of State and from President McKlnley to Consul General Lee also a lletter from the Spanish Minister at Wasbington expressing the full approyaFof her mtsa rnmeDtI at General request sent 100 beds for children suffering from the effects of hunger and neglect and had authorised the Consul General to hire twentvflvo Borne Try Old mil I boytouponhumanl are known to live to be 200 years old tIn the Washington Aquarium there are small gold fish placed there when andIcaugbtIfew years ago wIth a gold band about Its tail bearing the date 1540 Literature find Xlablca In Kansas City Kan onehalf of clhe dog tax fa used for the main tenance of the public library 01 the city IIEWMand Vbbur mblta at borne wltttpaID Book of par IeDt raEZ wcoLLxYIkWAIhaN5M4AaOco Ballnrd SnotrLlnfmoiiU There in no pain it will not mIle 0 20 swelling jt will not Hubdne no wouqd it will not heal It will cure frost bites chilblains and corns Haydon A Robertson If your child has thin palo cheeks tin certain appetite nnd unrestfnl sleep it has worms and curing with strong rood Iciuo only makes conditions worse by irritating its delicate stomach Whites Cream Vermifngo is mild but certain In effect and Is a superior tonic as vnli a positive worm destroyer Ifaydon A Robofson NEWSLEADER 100 a year FENCINGMK SEIVACL CeneteryLawni Fencing Jaws ofmilt lit tueo Cutmbgn 7o Fr ArU Pr4si rDM UcsMLEN WOYEN WIRE FENCE C- Oi14uLnIi5I hUlM R CWpAtOfU THE 1Q1DDRSOP SCIBICB pIandBeienttstReaders Thedistlnguishod Now York chemist T A Blocum demonstrating his discovery of art liable and absolute cure for consump tion Falmonary Tuberculosis ann nil bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn cobghs catarrhal affections gen eral decline and weakness loss of flesh and condltlpns of wasting away will send THREE aU different d1erd1 Ills sew Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by iU timely use and he considers It a simple prefers Weal duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of hU Infallible cure r Science dally developes now wondersand this greal chemist patiently experimenting for years bus produced results as boncflcia j to humanity as can bo claimed by any mod cm genius Ills assertion that lung troub les an4 consumption are curable in any climate is proven lliy heartfelt letters of gratitude flied la his American and Euro peon laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest aria lung troubles lend to consump Lion which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write toT Blocum M G 0 Pine street Now YorK gIving post alike pnd express address and ito tree medicine- wllj bo promptly sent i3uffercrs should take Instant advantage of this generous pryposUlon Please tell the Doctor that you saw his n once in tho NrnvflLrAOtB Keep Posted ON THE WAR f By a special arrangement and for a short time 6nly we will offer the Twicea Week Gourier Journal AND TH- ENewsLeader One Year For O- nlyL1125 ITh CourierJourriai has the BEST war news ser any oi them and IVieeOr it twice a week With the News leader making three papers a week or 156 papers year for only a Dollar anda Quarter This offer is open to all oli subscribers to the NEWaLEADER who pay up and one year in advance and to any now sub scribersWe nslder this one of the mostliberal offers made amitbere is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war news and nome news as well Address communications to E L DAVISON JR Pub NEWSLEADER Springfield Ky To Car CotMtlptloa Voasvr Take Caicsreu CaudyVathartle too oro IttsiiiocsrsdrsggtstantuD4moacjDfl SYRUPCURE CONSTIPATION PEPSI N Whr YeT Take Tai V N llM the mot bccensary article to baTe with you if tor your pocket liooklls a bottle Foley tJulio Cure It is an absolute pre pentlon or cure of all derangements of the boirf s canned by change of water You an likely 4o need it Haydon tRobertson t 1BftBa ItonoItlzeWe AIW7- 1rdr eertIneq1rflOsktUopeT ate it itpKxJocctaa Bdle of budiorcbM tru Tocslim or Itutm msokisolciiSl bssotMag it lot so rso1 eOther soesilal talking JDonly records ci cut4liddlied niepared In a laborelosy but the aapbojrhOna fa not limited to such perlonntnct On too reproduce OrapbophoneyoaomeaiUysiakossdUHtanUT reoonlj ol the Toioe or sayjonnd Thus it constantly awakens new Interest IttcnaraU TsLThe nf s KtloM an Clear aad rsiesirt SIN lIP 11 ILcaefcctued =the of aflTathtr Zircon end OuttbUbmt kdPr5rO4ssungColumbia Phonograph Co DEPARTMENT No OlO Pennsylvania Ave WASHINGTON D 0 Now York Paris Chicago Louis Philadelphia Baltimore Washington t Buffalo 4actsToiuHowoIs With ctconAUaptlpafororertoeIe c J d 1 EEverybody F Knows THAT fiiinningham fi Duncan 2 are showing the largest stock of Dry Goods Clothing Etc r tMarid selling at Lower Prices t than any house in town these TWO FACTS account for the V large and increased trade for v this season Our Dry Goods and DresR Trimmings Department is very complete embrRciog a great variety of both black and col ors and plain and novelties We have jjust received a late stock of Silk Waist Patterts They are beauties call aisee them Our Shoe Departments our PRIDE and we are justly prou40f this season For we are enabled to show Wen Women and Chlidrdns shoes end Qxfords iIn aU tte colors styles and prices You wilt miss It if you fall to aarstock 1 We lead in Mens and Ladles furnishings Notioniitc We call especial attention to our stock of Men and Bpy Shirts Men and Womens TTuderwear Womtas RedySmade Waists and SkirtaaYou know we alwatf do the largestclQththgtrade of arty house in town Wed it because wo give the best styles and values for the least moneySWe are making special prices on Carpets Matting Rut Lace Curtains Wall Paper Etc Dont buy until you se e our stock Dont Forget our lInduceiM nts ta Gash Byrs 4 =JI BURTON C IU JJA1tMONI lIEN IIATPOK 8R J r oJoM BVRT N 9h Ilf fnD r f I nI CASKETS BURIAL ROBES 1 OF ALL KINDS 1FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly itf ornightS 11 Cr The services of an XPERlENCED EMBALMER a 1 graduate from a school of embalmfng havebcen engaged r Q Ibo AN BLOCK SPRINGFIELD Ky tt- Y 1 gAi ArA 1 BnggyjiIi I i I 3 in No trouble to show Buggies anti HariI I1sss2caRS h fIf 9 r i S M KARRICK IIDownToWn Below Thompson Hotel tt AY iVA J7MtAF A7Aiw 1Sn Is1w1 us see t Four Cardinal Points wUIheruj4 Ia ske r IIievery really weHdmeeJ TMaIIewsistbtshtFRwtbtMt tyItit bc UpwD And Gmty the Wckaaaiiiip a4TirpIIwtNutaMIw It IIt by tnutk these petMs M HOT garweat they Jmlc sad by nkksM it itPdime n YIIna1t M BORN a GC- O1IiimTiImHave iss thesokashiTaihnAaenei0e c1s4ea Xvejs irfria your U iaee jr4jlctL er MIIFJqhCISworMs cMce efpIttfic h VW Q CALLON IICUNNINGHAM a DUNCANAcRMTa 4PRINQFIELD KY ae I I f a it Ii 1 p r = t THE u IIILK- Athr t TL1 nHTTWIIOY 1iIOaNINO SPRINGFIELD KV f ateo YIAIP Pal Aavaa t Icl or BiutaeM JJotlccs 10 cents per liise for the irst ICM rtr1an15 cents for Mek strip Mtfcs ruon i ealtaoacandUftUsamd political matter + 1Icstupirl4ae- aa Jot Wort Is deoe at tow rates but cask tus ke Mid ea dellTery of goods r UftthYc nrOWtMrU rofctrarU aacIe on liberal aai rs nlnUons of respect II ISMIc Cewity M UtratM 1250 coc 580 PIatItOces 1O0 6s FR4tWilder jzf DENTIST 11 IIIUIIttnUIM ltrfnM j flHTEETH EXTRACTED t f WETKOOT PAIN f 4+ B UpriBgacM every first Thursday ABd Friday ot each month X 4 y 5 lOla 28X Fourth V LOUIsVILLE KV y t i JOS B CKSSELL pPHYCtAMANDSUMSEON OFFICE HOCRS 9tolOJUJtmnd7to8PX drHc UMcOborfJsBob rt oaBldg 7J HUBER H HORD DENTIST Jtuuuwr DCl1Dnro JHPWNGFIELD KT r cJc tftJ H LAMPTON F Il OFFICE ItI etRC ITCLZnit oprIc RiR1NEflRT OIrFIC MOUU2 182 p m1 EV yAY j SPKtNGFIKLD KY t L Iri DR iE BURTON lESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT iPMNIt orvsiUagii BlOCks fp ts i St1UNOFIEC KY All Detital Work Strictly Firstclass j q w F NEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE with C 0 McCnoBD W g GLAYRQQKE ftforMrat Law r 8p cUl attention given to the col I otloa of notesand account Offlco With W tf McOhor- dSPRINGFIELD K- YRYA11j J S B AUCTIONEEB J l 0 cv r Land awl Stock Salc a Specialty FSPRINOFIELD KY JCEHSORS I BLACKIIIH SHOP t I Horseshoeing- Ctrritge Repairing and General BlacksmithingJ t j AllVork jroarait d to gLv M ractkitt at the Cawy shop 8PR11CGTIELP KY p Sim OMtlWCLLN I I I ls1rLW Iwu- ft T BBtt obces eMttr id fenrcr bemr IM4efU of me rTs aM Tlc r te M the wosdeMrorker tWmakes weak mc i s1 A1111rca lie II quropjaran 1Ie 1d ai4 as free Mdrei K JkiMaCO CktCII orNt York MiM4tIiMi ta MfiMM I AJ3OUTiQWN 1ilMMIilH iII Go to Mansfield A OlaYbrooKe for bargain in dry foods and furnishing kpodi They offer special bargains for a limited time Call and see their prices WE desire to call attention toj the advertisement in another i column of Williams Little real estate dealers who have a fine farm for sale near Owens ii boro Ky OWING to a change which itIto bt Made in the firm on Sep tenbeVltt we will from now on until then offer goods at ourII store at extremely low prices This a rare chance for bargain and all should take advantage of itMANSFIELD CLAYBROOKE NOTICE I will next fall open a Poultry Slaughter House rind will pay the highest casji price for turkeys and all kinds of lives Fowls and eggsll C C McGiLi l WE are prepared to offer from now on the Louisville Weekly Dispatch and the NewsLeader for 125 per year ThiS applies tojold subscribers who renew as well na to new subscribersI W H MORGAN Repe J I Haydon Dem and Wm Graham Demt have been chosen election commissioners for Washington county iThey are all good men WE have been handed byBob Noe a complimentary ticket f admitting ourself and wife his i Washington County Fair which is to take place we be lieve next week Many thanks for the ticket Bob and heres hoptngthatyou and Judge Lit r sey will have a goo4 fair t Thos W Simms Jr Master Commissioner for Washington county advertises in this Issue to sell on Monday next at the Courthouse door three tracts of l land being the property of the i lllate Henry Fiauwic k For uU description see the adveriise ment REV W E MrrclHELL of Carlisle Kvi wilLprejvch nit tae Baptist church next Sunday morning 5 ANOTHER carload of Thejpir Reliable buggies jusr receivedl S M KAUBICK OCTOBER 18 is the time ap pointed for beginnitiga protract ed meetingoit theBeturc1i Rev J H Dew yt UI do the preaching Mr Lnareaux willI lead the singing A good part of the tobacco crop is being cut this week- hroughout the county and the 4aeco looks fine The scarcity of toorms this year is quite no- tce1e and is something at whitih the farmer rejoices Tint new residence of Mr John ti Barber which is near itag completion will be one of tjta dwellingrhdulBes In town THE sale of stock belonging to F At Campbell took place last Saturday afternoon There was onlYasmall crowd orTiuyers resent ithe following is a list ol what was sold four feed ing mules at OS per head five yearling mules at 38 per head and one orrol saddle and har ness more at 85 THE members of the ThirdI Regiment Band came home from the Houstonville Fair last Fri day and remained over untilI Tuesday when they went to Lebanon and are furnishing the music for that fair this week Tho band is making quite a rep utation for furnishing firstcl j music I Dn F R WILDER the donS tist desires to notify his and patients in an4 aroundI Springfield that Thursday and Friday September 1 and 2 will be tho date of his last regular trip to Springfield as his busi I ness in Louisville will demand all of his time thereafter THE Nelson County Fair can suit all tastes For the admirer eof fine stock there will be mag nificent displays of the finest horses and cattle for the sports man live pigeon shoots for bigIascensions etc The catalogue is veritable feast of good things and the Secretary J B Bowles will be glad tto send you one upon application I to MR A W McCLANAHAN is the name of a fine looking gen tleman who has been hobnobbing with the omen of the county for the past week Mr McClanahan represents the American Tobacco mpanyand his business is to find out alls about the tobacco crop He has been systematically gathering information about the growing rop and has figures as to the acreage condition amount of new land cultivated eteAUa of thisjnformation is a valuable guide as to the future market price for tobaccq Ambrose Clements a young coloredl boy who lives in the Cecilville neighborhood was tried by a jury in Judge Litseys court yesterday on the charge of carrying concealed a deadly weapon The accused was seen with a pistblf mfTils pocket by M men one day in March last Ha was indicted by the last grand jury A bench war rant was issued for his arrest last week Deputy Sheriff Sid ney Osborno arrested him Saturday a last and put him in jaiL The jury gave him a fine of 25h and ten days in jail at 12 oclock yesterday At 1 oclock he began doing time on the rock pilea IIs THE spring of mineral water recently discovered on the farm of Mrs Annie G Sharpe below Valley Hill is quite a resort for visitors on Sunday On liSt in Sunday afternoon it is estimated that between three and four Hundred people from the neigh borhood and from Bardstownu Bloomfield and Springfield visited thespot and tried the water The water has a very pleasant taste and is said to be very healthful A Word Frew J GhlckjbCharlie Greene has received a letter from Pat Whallen a Wash a ington counjy boy with Capt Sweeney i company Second K Kentucky Regiment now at Chickamaugo In speaking of some ttget practice the boys Save been having Pat soysIII aiin proud to say that we Wash ington county boys downed all tof the others at accurate shoot- iig There are eight Washington county boys in this company a Capt Sweeney offered as a prize for the best shot a Winchester rifle It was won by Proctor I Shewmaker of Maukville TlwsJ Votaw ot thonOrhuriiart of Washington tied him 46 po Gout of 50 and in the shootoff f Shewnfrker wOn by one poinfC pen Breckfnridge had areview of ills whole division at Chiclga UugaPark on last Tuesday I never in my life saw such it crowd at one time and I dont suppose I ever will again There were 50000 citizens and soldiers on the grounds We are going to take a seventy mile march next week I think into Tenn essee tI YoungWh llensays that there is talk of the Second Kentucky being ordered to Lexington which the boys will like as all chance of seeing actual war seems to hoe gone MOORESVIUC From Our Regular torrcspondont Since our last communtcatloa thero has beeti born to the wlfcp of Will Scott a 12 Ib girl thewife of Richard Green a 10 Ib boy 1ypboid fever has become an epIdemic in our midst The new cases are three of Mr Lige Hoop ers children Mr Will Green and Bud Walls Some are quite ill The spring on Mrs Sharps place is visited by a large cons course of people from the neigh borbood while others come from Springfieldi Bardstown Willis burg Maud and other places Time will tell what will be made t out of the spring Miss Maggie OBrien and Miss Ruth Adams have returned to their homes in Bardstown Wheat threshing will be over in this neighcorhoo this week We are sorry to report the removal of Mr H1D Stiles andi wife from oar midst They wete good neighbors kind to the poor and always willing tolend a help log hand in tine of sickness andI death A large crowd was at Camp Ground last Saturday and Sun day it being Quarterly meeting Several sales of wheat were made this week at 65c per bus Mrs Ohio Eddleman of Louis vile is visiting relatives here and at Maple Hill it Owen Elli was I Bardstpwn Jtl Monday 4rYr John A Boblett will leave hereAug 22 for McLean county angaga in sawmilling We wfribIm success t peR ON1tI James Green was in townSunday Toe Claybrooko was Ja Bardstown more last Friday iMand Mrs WA Waters and son Willie were at Tatham Friday last Mr and SIrs 8 B Thompson and Miss Naoma areat Atlantic City Misses Nettle and Ina KImberlln nd DolUo Green are vlaltlnk In Bards town Misses SalllQ MoElroy and Hadfle Browne are visiting friends in Indian spoils Mrs Bobimson and daagntar Miss Besslt left Monday ora short visit toOhlekamanpu MissPanllne Helm Hardln State Librarian is here visiting friends andi relative Mrs J M Mayes and Was Wfltett ayes are visiting the Dnrr ttlnNelj son and Spencer counties Dr and Mrs Joe CaMell returned from Harrodsbnrg Tuesday where they have been visiting relatives Mra Andrew Cunningham and daughter Miss Annie left Monday for weeks stay at Oynt lana Ky Mrs L Parrot and MrsJFGrecne ave returned frpm a visit to Green briar Springs near Crab Orcnara W D Debug agent for the Equit ble Life insurance Co of Louisville registered at the ThurmanHouso- andMr 118R Liettis of Lit tle Bock Ark arrived last Thursday and will be here for some time l Mr Joseph Conn and bride came Monday tvenlng from Louisville Congratulations are now In order Miss Boyle Thurman of Hodgen t vIDe after several weeks visit to rela tives hero returned to her home Satfrdny Miss Mary Vansant after a pleas ant visit to her aunt Mrs J Shuck McElroy returned to her home In Harrodsburg last SaturdaytMisses Motch and Endom Durrett who have been visiting the family of B Claybrooke returned to their ome in Bloomfleld Tuesday J B Claybrooke Jr Is attending thd Lebanon FIr this week He has horse that is entered in the races on the first second and third daysDrt ielgonaMr James T Ewing of Louisville was biTe Friday and Saturday tol- ee his wife who Is spending Lfw weeks atthe home of her father Mr t E B Brpwno Mrs Al McChord and Miss Laura McChord received Jn honor of MUs Margaret Fales of Danvilfo last WdCnesday evening which proved to be very pleasant affair Those present were HUMS Allie Foore Ella Cray Croft e nie Cunningham Settle Ir vine Jiary Noe Annie McChord Sue IrvIneZana MoElroy May Vansan- HarroiThburgMargamtYalesDanvUbe t Miss Marriott Boyle county and Mra lTH75 rnan IeBsrsErneptMana field Joo Claybrobke Will Leachman GeonVharton Will Hagan Will M 0 Chord Ef Gray Boyden and Mr8paw d Jdz J T amid Miss Angela Mudd MtU their little sister Agnes enter mlnfgl their young friends last Friday evening The house was decorated with out flowers palms and ferns The yard with flags and lanterns Lunch was served at 10 oclock Those present were uasx- Zana McElroy Piety Smith Eleanor McElrovv Sadie Mayer Mary McElroy Cecelia Slratos Lydia McElroy Beulah Green Linle Waters Eddie Sbader Lydia Duncan Jennie McCabe Lucy Belecman Edith Price Esther Boulware Mary Lewis Margaret Blmms Agnes Mndd Alalre Medley Angela Mudd Willie Meyes Laura McChord Catharine Russell Magie Russell Flaggtb Slrnms Nannie Simula Loniso Medley Nellie Greene Jonnio Orocno Emily Rnuoli Mabel Price Sofa Conway Babe MoChord Eleanor Duncan Wary Haydon Mary Logan Neal VlllTOM Florence Ronoy Mary Boaren Teasa Beaven Susie Beau ford StMarya1 Ky Rebecca McKlror SuMo Irvine Lebanon Ky Iflrliry Booker Little Rock Ark Ethel Duncau of Bloomfield Ky Clauasa and Eraljn Owen LoulsTllle Owing to the crowded condition of this column tills week we are compelled to omit the names of the young gentlemen who were present but there was a boa at them there and they all had a good time Farm for Sale I have for sale a fanm consisting of 200 acres of good land situated about five miles north west orf Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on iit a good dwelling barn and improvements More than hall is in pasture and the balance under cultivation It contains some fine tobacco land It is situated three miles from Valley Hill postoffice and railroad sta tion and on a good turnpike 0 M KELTy- SpnIngfieh Ky July 142mb Berkshire Pigs for Sale I have for sale three fine Berk shire pigs two male and one female SAM E CLEMENTS L IE BCHAWCE SIMP if MS U due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination bnt also to the care and akill with which it Is processesknown Co only and we wish to Impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CAuromru Plo SOUP Co only a knowledge of that fat will assist one In avoiding the worthless byotberpartics ed1calwhich the genuine Sympjpf Figs has ssakesthe JefarUnrpdblug them and It does sot gripe nor nauaette In order to get Ita beneScial erect please remember the name of the CoaIpaQII8 CAUFOWIU flG SYRUP cotlax rzajcmssc 2araILLnaADDITIONAL PERSONAL tSundayPalmer MClElrotI Is spending the week at Tnthanu Mr Marshal Duncan was In lob anon Saturday IMIAs Lydia McElroy was In Lebanon last Saturday ic n Grundy Is quite sick with typhoid foyer Miss Lucy Spaldlng of Bardntown vUltlnjf MIA Bertha Uaydon James Chcncbier U on a visit riendsat Bristol Tenn 4Ica Hoaktna nee Jarboe of Camp bcllavlllo visiting her parents here Mr tad Mrs Will Andenon Bloom ld wore guests at the Come of Dr Ray he first of the wek Miss Laura McChord will entertain some ot her young friends at her home tomorrow orenln Mr Thomas Medley and slater Miss Margarette are visiting the family C R Kelly in LouUrille Mrs It G Boldnckne Miss Mat ic Mcllvov ban returned to her bomo t Paris nft r a short vUlt to bet old homo at Walker Heights Mack Grundy camb homo but Moo day from a visit to Louisville ant was taken down with typhoid fever lie la quite sick MrsJ FT Lampton and children hare gono to Grayson to visit the home of hex atber Mr Dinwlddle Misses Ballfo McBIrov and Hadgle Browne turned TiieaJay from a visit with friends In Inillaoapolts Ind Mra1toracoBooker and chlldien who baje been visiting friends here have returned to their home at Little Rock Ark Mlm Mary Browne have guns to Chickamauga with Mrs W HStre ney Mlm Mary VanCleaTe and MUM Ethel Tyre abd Harvny Sweeney of Leb aSoUjat the invitation of Capt W II Swoeneyto fMi the regiment In camp there x The following party wont tdSCHofl Tuesday for the day and to enjoy a game of tea pins Mr and Mrs L If Thur man Misses Mattle Robertson Carrie Selecman and Sue Ray cud Messrs BIB Hord Jim Clemouta nd Charlie Greene Miss Ella CraTRroft entertained lna most delightful manner last night AlV presentrefort a very pleasant time and were loth to bid their faIr hostess good night they being 19 hIghly entertained The following were present xians Dollle Green Nettle KtnVberlln Ina Kmberlln Mary Mayo Annie Maye Bohon Margaret Leachmsn Potter Belle Irvine Mary Soc Myrt Oa01pb ilrtMnnifleldj Annie McChord Annie Grandy Katherine Gray Florence Gray Llpile Spalulng Laura McChord Esther Bonlware Allie Poore Carrie Selecman Robbie Slmms Dirnltiff Alice Noe Pearl Connor Trix Lodge Kate Wharton SaBle McElroy Dabe McChord XICMJt Joe Claybronke Will Claybrooke Na jlor Klmh rUn Jim Green Ernest Mansfield Garland CunRbam fflll MoElrot Howard McElroy George Wharton Will Wharton James Wharton Bey llrown Charlie McChord Wilt Hagan Huber fJord Marshal Duncan George Col rip Jfa Thompson Hewitt Cray croft Clark Craycroft nan Craycroft Will Leachuian Arthur Campbell del Cunningham Henry Jones Rov C C Push E Gray Boyden 4 A kaisas nsaaee A Hortpp Ken old maid has quite a romance connected with her life In her younger days she had a sweetheart and he asked her to be his wife but as she was too young to marry she refused him They separated and the years fled by bringing with them much sorrow for the giddy miss Ten years afterward on the very day of the month en which she refused him came a letter from the sweetheart of her childhood asking again for her hand She did not love him but decided to never marry any one unless It be this Han She re tilled apIa and every year since then she gets a letter ba their aaalrersary with the same old question written thereim The letters are not full of tOTe Ok no simply a qaeetion that II all a 4oea word or aaore writ tin Is a businewllke way with Jill name signed below Perhaps they will get married urns day but very likely sLot OOBACCO MARKETS The following are the revised quo QnotatlphCommittee change atLouiiyllle ior this week J 1997 CROP BED BURLEY 6VOOTrashCommon logs 6 00 to B 00 Medium IngBSOO to 9 fio Good Ings D so to 10 60 Common loaf short 90 to 11 00 Commonleaf1l0otoioaMedlumIpaL Goodleaft1400to170oFine COLOBY BUBLEY Trash green or mixed 4 60 to 400 Trash eonnd 600 001 A 1661MediumGood lugs 900tol100 Common leaf short 9 00 to 1000 1000te1200Medium Good leaf1500 to 1100 Fine and selections 26 00 A GOQ FARM FOR SALE Within 5 Biles of Owensboro Ky in Daviesv the bett county In Western Kentucky rollinghe7 acres tn a high state of culti vation 100 acres of woodland bluegrass grows luxuriantly Buildings A splendid roomy wo story mansion surrounded by forest trees three tenament houses two barns one tobacco barn holding 25 acres of tobacco one cattle barn which will also house 15 acres of tobacco i stable 140 x 40 with 44 box stalls cost 12000 never falling well inside corn cribs with capacity of 4000 bushels and two orchards one old and one new Price per acre faO It would be cheap at 960 per acre Thisis a magnificent stock farm WILLIAMS LITlLEI 214 12 hirdSt OwensboroKy THE MARKETS The following table represents the priceI paid for farm product In Springfield by the dealers therein It is corrected upt8I oclock Wednesday but Is subject to ritatoAdJfccafrom Wheat portia 60 to 65 Corn per bu 85 to 40 Oats per ba 90 to 85 Rye pet bo SClover perba to323 Timothy per ba 85 to 50 Orchard haze porbuS to 90 Hay Timothy per cwt Hay JloTcrpercirt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnished by the Louisville Live Stock Journal J1 West Main Street Lou tsvUIeKr Extra shipping H 60a4 T3I Light shipping 4 75 Best butcher steers 4 85a4 65 Fair toleood butcher steers 3 75a4 3g Common to med butcher steers 8 60 Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawags 25325 Oxen good to extra 8 50a4 00 Oxen common to medium 3 5a3 5- 0Fteders4 a4 Stockers 4 4T- 31nifv 3 ftf 60 Veal Ci1Ye8 7WOO wLC COWs Choice mitch cowsa 0045 Fairtogood 15 0023 HOGS Choice packing and butchtrs ij5UoDOOlb 410 aIr to good packing 180 lb toSOOlb 410 Good to extra light 160180 Ib 4 a4 FatshoaUu 190160 Ib 3 50 Fat shoals 1001JOlb u 3 403 60 Plgs60U 001bs 375325- RougovWMttlb 350340 SHEEP AND LAMB- SGoodtoextrasblppbgshecp 3 25a3 50 Fairtogood 1325 Common to medium3 aS 00 Bucks 3 a3 60 Skips and scallawags per head BOal 00 Extra spring lambs 5 5O6 00 Best butcher lambs 4 254 75 Fair to rood butcher lambs s 73a4 35 Tailends 5 60300 PRODUCE Report furnished by HcrndoaCarter Cov General Commission Merchants sin Mur roil Court and 110 Third Street Louis ville Ky Boos Steady Fresh rehandled OaOtfc- BCTTIB Market l1oBest grades 15 alCc choice stock 12aUc packing IDaHo POCLTBT Market steady Chickonshens OaOXc roosters 8a8Xc spring chickens per doxISafi geese full feathered per dozen t3a360 plucked Per dot 2160 turkeys alive esc turkeys dressed Salon ducks per por dos 11ktJ2bcBiAMsMIchlganhand picked ll20al40 now homo Life to 1125 UvDa5OeU sated WJo dry iatt1 lOaiac dry flint 15al6n PunIItaccoou Kos to 4i mink Nos I to 4 ittaOOc skunk prime black iShy short stripe narrow strips 2040e broad stripe ISo opossum 8al5e mn krat 520 red fox OMU3 gray fox cMrsouxiXEoos Sorghum molasses 22a 25oper gal beeswax 24c per lb clover eocdtj75a23 per bu onions 375aBOO per bbl ngsSOaOOo per cwt FtATOTsnsrPrime white goose S3a3ki gray mixed or old Oxiox Brrt Red and yellow 450aTiOO wblteutoqua1ltyIUlO 1M DHIED ArrLza New sundried active demand 2J1ISc IRISH Home grow scw crop 310395 per bbl Woorst lOsSOc bufry 15aI8c tub washed jpeaBOo black clear UalSc black Market higher and linn Fancy 300400 choice 288800 commom 3003 6 RAT A5t GRAW Best hay strictly fancy per ton lOalO50 straw per ton 409 4JISOv torn SlaSSe shelled corn In bulk 3435 feeding oats tta33c wheat No 3 96aUtSc iln NOAi jrtw l jPt1 Is the time to buy goods CHAP ar Allwool Clay Worsted Suits tj75ooth rboti i you much more money tofiiMens Boys and Children suits at pjcesto make room lor out large Fall pu 9ur stock is clean and Iresh iPercales from 6C up xxPrintsJ Just eceived another shipment from NewYprk of jgV Frenciand AmericanOgandies at prices that defy ijc6mpetitlbn tJ Genuine Irish awn over yard wide WQrtblSc we 21 are selling at 0ic Come and see then if Notwithstaiiiarp yiarpetR have advanced 15 per cent VUt Hroo8KOJ ceijStraw Millingg I12 l2c lortb lOc S We carry more Mens Ladles Misses and Chi ijo tktogetberandchancd to nacse von prices ICholceline SSallors Sashes Ribbons and Ties J McChord 5e Robertson J ii c ebIMJNTS = 0 MAYES j Undertakers and IFurniture Cfeaier a Xr X X X X Ve make a specialty cf ctnliWmkf work which 4one by MrQcin a grauasc of ascbL if YJf Ulming apd we cry rrerylhioe k Unfcrfcfciflc jf j goods and our stock Is COMPLETE in erpy 4etaiL Gslls promptly attended to day aoJoijht Our stock of furniture k fiat anJ caMftdei tt SuMAAPRock or aaytfae i xax linegheusacalLXXXXMAIN = IELDnl 1 IA BUSINESScw1n who wuald uccs uk nil kbg coeed4jt uf I5OfleaI1aJrftnlnIDg ached that atsd tbs St7 froM tsaIk BRYAHT SJRATTON BUSINESS cot L IE T LOUISVILLE KY obkktsptit SKortKnd bwrlM for beautiful book fWaf fre gr daatea oocnpylag proala poritfoM att evet wDlIle I I TelegrapkyHeadquarters IIII- I I I f I IIFor the Farmer I I S They handle all kinds of J Farming Implements and aicoma I MBBuggios I Phaetons J i IISurreys Btel I I IiI LXlCe1JSPRINGFJELD JAAryAr 1 Eureka1ooI Mix year old MCKENNA WHISKEY made fOr aediciaal use Ice Mid LUer leer H rQ BIG SCHOONERS C 1 TMWfMCi Prep 0SPaROPIELD Ky- cawt7 sseClean blood means clews Skis N beauty without it csserntscVMhwt- ic clea jour Mead s4 be ieM by stirring up thelsjy JJvtraal5riTiiairi j purities from the bMY lsis t4y eaIand that sickly bilious tosplcss by taking Ciicaretn beauty for ten coats Alt drug gists satisfaction gusnuitftd lOe 9fc00 EDUCATION j1I1I lV g hi Ii 1 ath torthwftWit t 3 t h s a W He Likes II 4i J wc JV- rs6sLV TMVMri II5er prdsstia CeiiirwrIMa Dr PWmsrz 1 hive bsu ait ysur Plon- tfdeskssortI1IIeL Me unr 1tl7Nene1anJ 0 1bdkanaersss4rtbe MHMMMM MBfMC ajM WKTBVB wtfKS abs teckteftt to the dwuagisg SMMAS ead tdagaed yet astds- Misgbut MresglhSIg IestFor sale by Hayden Vobertnn r f Ttew t So 4 I 13atk Rooms k 44+4 I jN TfIItf r X NesadekpMbMkbsbsIS Tva- W assrn haprsflss16L M 4- etiIdusSsv I auMMi- kous 4 II sis t 01 try I fIfS jj- k A Wln j Y U trltt tt t 11 J u W I ricJ t isgIress uIssYiIaiurereiiiidcIs YeII k7ikh Is Kt tctftftMT selasi flsyd u Mobtiiss It r o L APOPEN LETTER To MOTHERS 1 t tWEARE ASSERTING IN TIlE COURTS OUR BIGHT TO t J TOE EXCLUSIVE JUSE OF TIlE WORD uCAST01tAND t Io PITCHERS CASTOR1A AS QUIt TRADEMARK 1 6rt SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massaohu ttSf lies iho originator of CASTORtAI the sana thai l lzJlJ rno ana does now ctao Sir The Jacfcfmio cfanature of I Thir h thQoriginaJ CASTORIA which lias been Used In 4Uo ftorriei vf ilia Moth rs of America for over thirty years T tlOK CAREFULLY atiha wrapper and see that it ia 4 i you ioye SIWBYS houJrhtj9kfnd f1nl h 9 a the a ign at to ro of 1 per NO ona4tiaa minority jrom ma wusa my name except fhf Ctntffur Companyof which Chas H Fletcher ia President r 1ack 21898k 4r 24rir44Lt vr D 1ss J iI I IIOPENGIN1SAN ENGINEERS NARRATIVE SHOWINCth TtttIR t PECULIARITIES r toL Tp XntgerSini t 1iiNc1 ljieno AIIuics4Of Borne raS zfloU ltIBt9l lxr Killed lb r I tkwI xiziiIocItsausdaQueer io gay that locomo me have their Ukoaand dislikes da 1i ti41e r f at moil beU6veIc t UlInsTh l ctettOtt and when theyre in such 1 JjjSoda you cant make time with them PletVTfe rs chopper cud willing as a trotting 11tG mid ypu actually have to hole er in ylace to keepcm fromLrunning W e ahaaof UmV 1IvSksicvst all who cant tell TOU of nJslaficca by the dozen of engines thair t jpjSpttlvely would not make time with Mmo engineers but which would got rirC1 every man charge ot somo- jrQtbcr engineer You might say that it tTt thefcylt of tho engineer that such Bogrerever mounted iootfioard who have bD transferred froni lofbmotlves P3fcl1tn their hadz to run because 4tt l oDotiveS would not make their jfctjrue but which under the hands of v luicther engiheerceitheraa k1ltui nor 3 experienced would never run be rithd Ii fli the case otTosh Martin and QM yin4ntwabYtho early dngiiecra PH dieEr1e J th11Wt Shtl fIi turaed put of a Patbron shopfor1 Y Sit W Q4 ami Martin wanted Ber byIt iDfet tf i Port IQrvlstoSos1 JndentItl ate1 111 bngfuoforthof balIl itwx a4 o 1iojithbr In J q QrE JMn Gad lan cr1 hw qtad t wn Jier but sl1Q1 1G J a4o tro tjsr mind about ijJWUi 4W4 wotJnt nieka u YII trrnft Xir Uad 3he woutdstine t beut raweatlon Dud tcted anttfASr gen ta1J1 Dad tried her for aJr t Wi aidl tiBi repprted thelotomo 4c1yto rI ttfe gwftlttrala She worked e bUy ad Buity as ever though baI4 1 Jc art1n Jieard of the fate tbell JLi Mdbeensenteneed to and i I qJto down the road aflyJng HeJI r edgta e 1e enjtn forh4Ikod iaer Ijaidb was tic aU rgh with hThi curej8kouIdI i l tndeyIeIde4to3osha appeal and- f told hIm totake the locomotive andjbi Jr the bar n iaL JosS did TI ttllUll t1cab at J br 1hti11C d lie 1jaTimon imd i Y4LPdc1up she went like r contt difut rIp to Port Je gcej than any locomotive hadI R c made it befor dnd Josh Martin 1lnhtiroryl n the Delaware dl Dnter It t i aIVys on ume AcuId abe Tbe4locomotivthlwas the 71 ana sblf r f tbYliUf pglneern and Is It luiownfCttheyungoipxea by theJttdilon of the road sit l cVihn Gad Lvmau gave up that IcancootoUve bec4UBeJihe wouldnt work tnder ilmj how put in charge of 41hfl nosy 1ocomotiye TAI lo aoiiMi was alarorUe of President JLoder t the ErIe She behaved ilhe irtsVklndana Gad was tickled all b ItmAQ4 tn with her JVhen the datQ came round fc r thp opening of the railroad thVaygh d DnnklrK Gad and hbIcxo Jdotivs wfirechosenJpr the diMIncUo f rullng thejlrat urouthtr n from t 2i t Jre m Jft I I l t t ra i r pvIdpW r ji f t 4jl l JF fbdeThreo from two you pnt fSI r r from two you cant either in dok divid ndg or arsaprll1nS It takes the best Bareaparilli root i to makei tha best Barsap arilla ex tract KQ Best rsnpanIJacomes- Ilr L ro llonquras C A and the Dr W t ftA ks Go practically controls tho t t I f op8 product Yet otheig claim r to iE1bing a barsaparilI- apThey 5bo making itou of th rf t roia1ni loft rafter subtractin r tWce ff oja two But1threofro a J tvro yoii caL You cant make the i I bMtsarsaparilla without beat root t I Yea only aMi tti est hen you r If i r el APts i SruMr1llEI fiJ which if1rMu11ro the best PWt Haf rtei iroa ftjakras ii- lI on every wrapper on thaTwrap AIelon wa to be a historic ono and Oadii waa proud 5ut what did tbat loconS Uvodo kn ofowoutrageous1tliam lwhen she jogged into Port Jeryja irlthrtho train only epventy miles fromtfie at fee ivorlinga omottvet kick with him nndiJia fe wOrse when be WIlS ordofedlo take hIs balky engine otfnndsaw Josh Martin hook onto the train W1th 01111i 1oc tIve that Gad had turned inal no good Josh and old 71 yanked the train through with bells on II And waLiyou Slingshoohednntj dkedi wi ywithnthetitnInand Jy Ga ofdhow ido an trdae wo o locomoUTechanged ghaheeyer ce tho pratp The compqnt would not aketha chri iierthat Gad wanted arid he refused to runthat locomotive any longerfand Vlthes borGa nIadsn te engineer on the road than kn itewp Iar thaslodan rantankercius locomotive 100 0fe sulked wlh BUl from the tluibb spurtJ11ttlbr lagging worse than over Dill wor yearbutall One day in iho spring ot 1852lshcr ked for certain at Chester station Ii1ialaUyshookher sllidenlfs1oquick startofa balkyihorsJJ TheU rything roared and shook around the place for a second or two The sold 100 Sad exploded her boner She tore and riddled herself frightful iylmtt theVhprror ofjt nil ifraa that sho d lothanIabab1a d that Ifb hadtayedbyher thbro was no doubt that she would have ended her days usefully and in peace and the awful tragedy of her ending would not have been ron anUOnaltuiil Took Gibraltar ciiIbraltorWaB1akenin 1704 during the war of the Spanish proyokedbyendeavoring to place a monarch of tho French family upon the Spanish rthrpneji and thus conaolldato the two kingdoms into onU The fortress was en captured almost by surprise ough the Spaniards and French ap predating tho strategic value of the place made desperate efforts to recover It but were repulsed at every point Between tho date of its capture d 1J79 repeated efforts were made by Spain to recover the fortress and in the latter year the greatest armament that was ever brought to bear upon a besieged place lay before Gibraltar The siege lasted off and on foe many onths The Investing force comprised j12000 troops of France over twice as many of the best Infantry of Spain and tho fleet consisted of torty oven ships all throedr1 ers ten great floating batteries eafqemed imJlncIblca carrying212 gUns innumerable frig latca bombketchps cutters gun and mortaV boats For weeks together over 6000 shells aday were thrown into the town and repeated attempts were made to storm the works but the little garjj risen of only men repelled every assauU and finally succeeded IIn beat iing off tho allied Sleet The adetbegan June 21 1779 und lasted until February 1783 when the garrison was finally relieved by the arrival of Brltlth fleet and army Since t 0I tipirtfioi fortlficaliona of Gibraltar ave been so improved and increased thatt it is regarded as thc etrongeat in the world The British gov ernmont mairitaina there a garrison of rom 5000 to 10000 men with pro mid1thetdclcnt tocnablo the fortress to stnnda of indefinite len th Hard on Girl In Korea When a girl is born in Corea sb eia not even dignified by name Several names arc written on slips of paper and placed in an urn before jsome favI Dccess1rhe untilIamong tho members of her own family strangers designate her as the wile mother sis ter or daughter of such or such cm man This is not merely the result of torn The laws are strict in thla matt ter and told a woman ot little more consequenco than a domestic animall thAflgher cUases of society tho girjfstare separated from the boys of eYjO t eYjI Santiago After Snricndcr Thcra cro Spanish sofdidrs- sellifig theijr arms for good J American niqney there wero priests in lonffTobts smoking q jafettes tbore were senoritas 5ln fpseinitm mantillas queer chmbiDS streets without any pavenieuts dropping sid4pyT downhill on primitive sttstepplnjr stones with grass growing frepjy j among them curious old ruIned fountainsr clattering Rnsantes f looking well satisfied that they togethaulthan to look ai the Americanos making free with their towngand and incidentally buying their tri chetes for ready cash Span fptilling thQ long street leading out to the irenchee w tbjJ j 1jtoo broken In spiriti to even show their satisfaction at the entrance the AmpricansrWilUam Ben dgogreughBrooklyn 2s Yv Doc 10 J890 Alesara Fly BosI liavo used Elys Cream Balm number of years and findIIt works like a clfarm1 It buS cured rue Itof tlio most obiiinatuilasoof cold in the hoddUPles tlitn 43 hours from the time I roIL the coM coining on wuld not bo without it losioctfully YOUrS 2S3HnrtSt Frcdk Fries ICream Bnlm ia kept liy nil druggists TELYTnrnin Thom OntoiThe Civil Service farce is vIayI out with curaulaiivp i rapiditY j scar ly a day passing which does no witness some instance i the law being ignored with ira unity A daring disregard t for the regulation was the action of Collector Uomingoraof Coy Ingtonwio in retaliation for the discharge of the Republican iseir officials fired twenty Dem ocraUcsc tekeepurs and guag without even the pretence of of a iCr argaBgaiiist thOrn Our own Mrs Sapp is a little smooth In his methods but he is get ting therewith reasonable coler i y jnst tijo meOn the tirtlt kjpf1he ai6 ntb a number of Demo raticrevcnuers were laid off to iinstructed to take receipts for tffe government property turned over by them which is a pretty go DooIbd retired into the shades of in Uocyous nnwAre Ion lacklni in tongtlrsnc1 onor gy Arro you ricrvous despondent ir frunj your is torpid and a few doses of IlorUue rllli iuro van llertilno has no cquil as a health rcstur r IlovdonuV Hob crteon Cervera is ontitlod to remain on parole for one year daring which timo ha received tho pay and nl wnoet of an American ndmirnl It ls thought that he may like to spende part of tus time in Washington t returnllOt m ent Jhwrm n Pnr- eylta a ndflS ho woultialzuast y lose nil lifo The Successful Remedy for NASAL QATARRH- munt be nonIrritating ensy of application and one that will byits owa action reach the inflamed and diseased sorfices- ELYBiCIlEAM HALM combines tho Im riant requisites of quick action anil spe clf1c curativo powers with perfect safety to tho patient This agreeable remedy has mastered catarrh us nothing else has anti both physicians aud patients frcalyconcrdo this tart All druggists cheerfully ackuowl gIbut In it tbo acme of Pharmaceutical dlstrc5sllogeases the Inlm imparts almost instant relief By Absorption CWarrhal sufferers should remember that Eljs Cream Balm is the only catarrh rem edy which is quickly and thcronghly Ab sorbed by the dheased membrane It It not dry up the secretion but cblnocsI COndltiOnll10dTne Balm can ho found at any dniir store or by sending cents to Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New YorkI it will le Pull directions win each pllel IDalledr Cream Halm opauttand cleanses thorcb11stoppIngt of taste and smell Ebb Balm la applied dirqptly into the nostrils ITublers Buckeye Pilo Ointment Klvos initant roller Itallays Insinuation and heals It llaproinpt In1t nctipnand posI UmVcuroHIplies only 5oc Tubcs 75c Ilavdon tIloborteou Valuable Farm Lands rFO1tEUNT t18991myt fjwhichfj Ion iooIoutbuildings Will rent thcyfiirtn ij J 3I t8tForJjidilrcss M L CONNOR EredencktowDj Ky IMRi iii TilURIISSpringfield Xy iPriedess Pain t r Friend If ri52dstar rother othertwo children titan she did altlher i four usibotUofto an a cus uatomerDruggtstotnnniRegulatorComproprletOrS Mothersfvcrtiscd to do unreasonable thingg but a andctUcttytqUtose bear the severest strains cf childbirth The liniment may bfe used at any and nfl times during pregnapcV up to the carliertIsC betddr 1Itthe pain attending it but greatly dimin ishes the danger to life of both mother cPridil Mothers Friendrfis sold by druggists at fioo or sent by express on recciptgf price Valuable book for women MBenj tontHEj J i The Ajnencan s a fighter he undaunted bravery and heroism of the American soldier is nowhere surpassednndseldom approachedI The warthaV is ljust now coming to a close tins served to demonstrate tins far in a most emphatic way lIlt coolness when unthriro when bullets wero clipping ftho leaves oil bushes ndtrees like a steady haiU his impetuous bravery and aversion to hulling at anything his fortitude and good nature himtqeidel tiag o and other tests which showed acts of almost super human endurance end courage have shed a llustre of admiration over the Anierican soldier thatl future conquests of any kind cannot dim nor dispel All honor the American soldiers tho greatest military hero cL the wprld Hartford Herald itT baecoSpltaad See Toar Ute AnayiTo quit tobacco and ferever be uurq ache lull of We nenra and vigor take oTo DJbntCarepuaraa Booklet and sample tree AiWrccs 1lag IccinaJy Ca Chlooco or New York w r i lies Remedy lor FIuv IIIIrho Mathlus u well known etock Eulask Ky sajw Alter Huffer1 r a week with flux and my III Chnlorn Jitid Dlurrboaa Jlciiipdy and I nt7moFort iYou have svcrd dollnrS worth ofnla clotlua Mir l DyntbO8Iand thpy wljl bo nowgitln only tnkrt hour and yourlisudi ttla little shy about volunteering tto j jn the thosearmy who did go and partipjpateinjt the fighting t gave a god account of them selves R praStn tires of other governments whoawent to San tiago to watch the American methods of varfaroinclude the olorectbrotbdr in the praise accorded the military spirit and courage of the AJaerlcaq sol dieral In recognition of their gallantry at Santiago six colored sergeants weffr promoted to sec rrodsburpDemecrat ConchM nail Culdn dls11botd may lead to a thiro Iironchltlsor consumption horich tlmo to treat a cough or cold la Bright awiiy Dtilay lmeanHrtunfjer Dr uJhn euro GASTOrUA OhiIdrenl bl IBonrs the ItoiunrKuble Itepcnr Mrs Mlrhrol Curtain Plalnflold canghLcold physIchmwas a hopooss victim of consumption Hhd no niodicino could euro her Hor drug vt HugQtMtod Dr Kings Now tvov foi coi suinptlon sinS bought a bottle add to her delight found hoiscll benefited front thcllrat dose JJho ron Untied Its use and after Uklng bt buLLies found liorsolf well now doom tier own lrou8ework and as roll tis slid over was Free trial bottles of this great discovery nl Ilavdon itltobcrteons Drug Score Largo bottles and fl 00 TIle Rev W U CoBtlert ot fitockbridgc Ga while attending tu his po tord dutIes at Kllonwuod thaLstato was attacked by ciplt rn uiorbus Ho saysr By clinnce I Happened target hold or a bottle nr Cham borlnlliK Colic Cholera sad Diarrlwa RonioUy aiitlbavotho pleasnteoffitatlug tlmt tho half ot bottle cured mo Kur sale by Haydou Ilubcrtsou H J rT 1Upon Every Iand wrapper of tbo genuine rnusSPi nOTaruoneYIIpdntcd the above V andgflLranteoawarrnntthat J5 clno contained ialb bottle will par M throatandQ B andeffectually I PR BALLS Pine Tar Honey raceStcfpu4ondUpcrtsttieby n a 4OOOOQO Cpu1Iied 2J Yeun I suflttrjod for 5 years wltb a cough and npetit Imiidrodof dollars with dctors and for mcdlrlno to no avail until I used Dr Bolls Pine Tar Ifouoy This roiuedy makes weak lungs strong It saYC- ttmyUoJ IL RossolJOrantsburg Ill IsVRUPCURES DR CALOWELLs INDIGESTION PEPSI N tsIc Your nRUGGIHT Roy a KOMrdus 10 LENT TRIAL fJIZE Elys Cream Balm Contain no cocaine otherInJurlalit quickly Absorbed Qir s rolJcf at onto eleanacthe AUan Lnflinmaflon iiovii nnu pruiecu me membrane utor the TMIMlBLyailCOlUKlt Warren street t New Y- orkS1bi DiseaseSe For the speedy and permanent euro of Chin1borlnloa iswithoutthoitching i InstantlyandItst lmentcureitchscaMpileschappedandgranulated Dr CaJvg Condition roTrlcrs lrt purltlundvtrmfu YIIavtlon AYRLJ6 4 1 CIrkarsparillaS IS the r BEST S SAPARIllA Best iis art easy boast But theres no best without a test You otexpcctflour something extra in Wear from best cloth something extra ih cures from besE medicines Its thatSomething extra in Ayers Sarsa parilla that makes Ayers the best That something extra is quality Remember its quality that cures not quantity Geo Smith of the Peopled Drug Store Seymour Conn says I have soldyour goods for twentyfive years and when a customer asks me for The Best Preparation for the Blood I t I sayJrfyou yill take my opinion use Ayers Sarsaparilla will uaifr janiee that you will receive more benefit by uingone or two bot1ofSAyrs than you would by usingi half a dozen bottles pf somi jtluj find When they take it I never hear any complaint Vv I Ayers Sarsaparilla cures ll diseases that have thcirorigin inimpurc I blood sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples eczema tettcrscroflihi etc It cures cheaply it cures quickly andjt curesto stay Thats why its best 4 After twenty years cxperienceju druggist t I consider Ayers Sarsaparilla superior to any similar prparatlon on the market and I give It the preference over allethors A C WOODWARD WorcAteri Mass 1ln priznaUon as regards Sarsaparilla Ayers h the standard We haven vcr x b ldltlitxAen of In other the very highest arms A r W ETER11ILL CO t Pharmacists 9 State Street MontpeUer Vt ST NI consider r Ayers Sarsaparilla the bct blood purifier on the markct i v DrCRlSE CO West Gardner Mais I During fifteen years of experience with JVycrs Sarsaparilla I have yettofdamxifaf v Ingle1 cis Wherein it failed to cure Ifused according directions V FO COLLiNS Druggist Paris MonI i believe Sariaparllla contains more medicinal value than anj other similar compound JAMES DOANE Dispensing CuemtstKingsVilIe Out I l 1 NEW = IIE1Y FIRM l i iprz WRTONj 1 TAR fj NowaRcady bf1 Business witht FitOhiJi J fAcbiiiinodations il tIL 1 1 i GOOD HORSES i v GOOD BUGGIES a Spfecial attenlioh Riven to board and fend hdrstfs u 7 TJhe est Accommodations fcr Traveling Men Jack W Thompsons old stand SPRINGFIELD KY WHYIJFFERSdff iWhen DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE iis a ts to curq jou JLfeis the discovery of an eminent jhysiciaff No Knife I No Interruption of Bu lperi r tThe first treatment brings immcdiatoolijf iIti1ia cured thousand nnd will cure you if MR1 and WJLOQX pronlln ntmerc1in tlOJitlcl n chief of the Chattanooga Fire Departxien tatt J After years otsuffering DONS PILE OINTMENT rccTj ommendcd to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means I of bringing ytir wonderful remedy to the htteatlon of others auf feririg with plies Priced 00 Prepaid to any 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