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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 v- JItIIE NEWS LEADER c8tabI8ht I Jy189j comblnnUon otIWafihh1ton County Leader 18S494 Spr1rng4d Nows129041 J f t iItJ tf ttt ti = = i l1New 1 SeriesVo1 V No 4f WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 25 1898 I Y 100 A YEAR i t 1 11GL Harmon 2- Tffi 2 = E LIVERYMAN tit tit I HaOQn iltitYv hand for the summer tim BEST rig in towfe FMt itwfswif a 1o- rsesje1b1r J i IJt O tit j 1 given to commercial men tI 2 4 Lyry connectiplilivith tho te h Springfield Hotel t tIt I J1 MINTUIT SPRINGF1LD KY tit fS tit h H f4 ftaae1IlI1Ia OUR DlRECTOfy WJRIKQHKJ cxHMty et of Wah lnpMa O Hrty MatiM enthweat of Lex Bard 4 J7 Wwpf W f Lwrirrffle ad NarfivlUo I i tPiSliafemteg awi frie lturat dl- aVW Ttw bate Uktrapfc and telephone 4 MtCfftnm one lour wills lumber yt FofwtkOoa 1100t population bf i715i J ssiiaj BoaD H ii ffrilk Kv ESprussibMk1ta Kxtucky Leglalatar- ex m+ Isprssatative ja HtaU Senate Ron tC D IteOtor Sfri sieW Ky COtfHTV DIRECTORY r 1cwYcouTr 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Berrie t t I4iM HaP I i prttBRHTCIV ORDERS MiokiQ VJijq 8pringfleld lodge Uo 50 meetee Xo4iyIaeach eth l WMkINS K Ci chapter NQ Tjcets t f1 iit1 Monday I JBprlH j M CoUBcU No 63 meet orery frortii Monday i JCjnoHWJjrHoKon Meeti ererytecond lad fourth Monday In each month KHIOB rscr me MACABEM Meets erery first 1ecfaesdav of each month t 44 L and N TIME ABLE Jf minI and Departure of Trains 443 rrx ie 645124OAtHprIng1CIdCaV530t 20 6 30 13 15 7iVaUey Hill 541180 tt2 1t3b3Boolcor 5 4m 47 Zt54i CrOake3554158 40OSr 87 Woodlftwn 0 03J 18 5 68 ll I Enl Times6 VJS 25 Ui5Watovvn M 512 H 5m 10m N ut os i6 37 10 33Bamueli 641 3 84 B2U 25Destavillo8 O l 110 toCaneSpring055400 t 503 1000Ilobba5OO It 52flearinont7 4 ao 4 TIS9 43 Bardstdwn Junct 710500 4 40Bbephrdsv1Ue tl 20 4 4 HubBrsv 72t 480touth Park1 80 fjj I iJ7 J 8 South Louisville 7 5 65 4a 4 8 LvLoul8vlUoAr 0561Q VMi a u iMPM t r Personal TRIM 64pago medical reference bdok v uny person aflllctod with any apoolvl ehroRlo or delIcate dlsoaao peculiar to 4JtU lraex Addrem the leading pbyai dani nndsqirxeonaaf tim United titatex r XfvHathaWr IiCo 70 Dearborn street Chlc e3JZE A C IU IN ONt DAY Take Laxittive Bromo Qulnin Tablets 1 draggUta rofunil tho money if it fan to cure 25o For 8410 byllnydpn it Robertson and Waters A Browfle t JTpTaOftao for Xlftr Cents FGa tobacco habit cure makcr6Ai 1Ml o f pure ocW AUdrujfgl u r THLNEWSLUWL M t i fI If f f ff If 1M- I f i ii = t iOJHEftANK ND FIJJE- a = = It I i f 8 l = = ilrOte11 nje bravest General l= tI ot on yoUth gl OUdoty j Wf Jt 1 lf s 1 Lt 14Pd salutes to the Bank and File p 1hil brayp lips proudly soy = Not 1 but your boysttthey won theidnytH Hurrah for the Rank ancTFilel w Lc l= jAh where were the Nations fame and na-me5jw Aye where were the glory and all v ii- I Had not pur heroes theRankand File li Swlfta rest an invincible wall ItHf1dchallenged halfr ay the enensloall t i bEurrad the Rank and File t fT iIi = Three cheers for the gallant General Three cheers for the Officers all = And three times three for the Rank andFiler = Who met halfway screecling shell and ball = And shivered theta gainst a living 11lotHurrah for the Rank and File ChicagOr August 189w J By Meribah B Walker I = i3 3 3 s a itI Odds and Ends of of the grow TRAFALGARQne If i Springfield is the cigar manufactory con ucted by the Trafalgar Cigar Company The concern has been in operation only about two years but its brands of cigars pave already gained quite a rep utation for tl eir excellence Mr Jim Thompson maybe said to be es pOnsible more than anyother one man for the suc cessof the Trafalgar as he is- theractica1mannsuperintend ing the making of the cigars arid originated several fthe most popular brands Several months ago Messrs Haydon Robertson the enterprising local dru plstfi who had been ia the Trafalgar Company ithdresr that tbey might devote their dt tention exclusively to their drug RObertsonIsol Mayes who recently retired from the internal revenue service and now Lige is devoting his attention and directing all of his business ability to the success of the concern He luis intro duced on the market a new brand to be known as thec Gov Brown named for the popular exGovernor of Kentucky John Young Brown whlcn is said to be a good smoke Some of the other brands manufactured by the Trafalfar Company are Bonded Issue La TrafalgarDpn Juan and Isle of Cuba The fmfalJtnrCompanyglvesemplo Vorkmeii now and the number betincreasedlater s good for the town and should be encouraged EXCURSION We had another L colored folks skursion in our midst on Sunday last but we are glad to announce that the good1 crowd of colored people who came on the train behaved themselves very well during th ir stay in town They had a band of music with them bqt Town Marshal Grace promptly informedthem that it was against the Sunday law to ply All COons Ixok Alike to Me I Doat Like a Nigger Nohow and such in Springfield an the Sabbath so tho banawas not brought opt to play There is no harm in the colored oxcur sionist if ho is made to under stand as soon as he lands that the town does not belong ex clusively to him CRovpAv1sitor at the SSWELL Fair during last week would necessarily have been struck with the general swell appearance of the crowd One usually looks upon a county fair as the spocialftinct- Ida t of the rural population ftnd it is there that you expect to see litho producer of the pumpkin and the breeder of the fine horse with their families all out for a big holiday mid enjoying the dis play of the merits of their prides from the farm At Lebanon this year while the country folk well represented the gathering was composed for the most part of swell looking members of the smart set of Lebanon and other towns and cities In fact it was evident that the people of Lob anon looked upon their fair as a pleasant place to meet their friends in a social way and they turned out the ladies in their natty and Stylish costumes and the young men with their best desire to do the gallant A great deal of the success of the Lob anon Fair is due to the fact that the management of the associa tion is composed of libera1 mind od men who succeed in an effort to arouse a popular interest and pride among the home people and all work together for the success of1 the enterprise and the good it does for the town and county 0 4 TTusT iNO These are the days 11 for the tobacco agent to hus tie and be was very much in evidence here on Qounty Court day The tobacco agent in this county is compelled to do a lot of hustling and his ways are not unlike those of the politician In fact tile successful tobaCco nejquaintancegI the tobacco growers and must use many convincing argu ments to secure shipments to his house which Is o course the best aiid most reliable in Louis ville the commissions received by the agents compensate them fairly well but like many an other business wherein no capi toil is required it is a trifle overdone As we said before the tobacco agent is on the move just npw getting promises and advancing money on crops that are being housed by growers throughout the county CoUghs and Cold Injtbomaolvcs lire not serious maladies Ttie most trivial couch or cola If neglec ted may lead to asthma lironchltla or connnrnption The right time to treat n cough or cold la right away Delay mean danger Dr Dells Pine Tar Houuy la a quick curo IIUro cure al1d naatoouro- Gon Miles anti Prayer A Kansas City stockman tells this story about tbe commanding general of the army When General Miles was fighting the Indians be always held a short period pf prayerbofore entering into injo an engagement On one occasion he had followed the In dian trail for several days and came upOd them in the middle of the afternoon The chaplain who accoppanled them was exceeding- lyI long winded In fact no seemed to forget hath was on the prai rie within reach of a hostile joe anti labored in true camp meet leg style When he had finished his request to the Almighty that Gen Miles might be victorious in the righteous cause it was sud denly announced that the enemy had flanked the annys rear and stolen all the pact animals Miles was disconsolate and made an or- derthat the prayers should be curtailed Deafness aanoc be Cured by local applications as they cannot el1iThereand that is by conmltutlonnl roniodlea Deafness is caused by an Inflamatlon pf tho Pustaclan Tube When this tube getInflatnedyoubavearumblingioundor tirely closed dcafnewi in tho result and and unless the inSaraatlon can be takon out ant this tubo restored to normul condition hearing will bo destroyed for ovpr nlno cases out of ton aro causod by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We wilt givo One Hundred Dpliais for any casp of deafness caused by calurrh that cannot be cured by Halln Cat rrh Cure Send for circulars free FJChoonoy t CoTbledoO Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pin arotho beat Shots AVitka Oraphoplione Isnan Graphopbone to the ear the photographic earner is iOtheeyand more for the Graphpphohe catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter esting use of a Graphophone is to make records of your friends voices to be preserved for future use You can catch the story of your jolly friend jostjas he tOM 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 enter tatnm nt in the way of repro ducing the musio of bands or chestras or vocal or Instrumental soloists No investment will return so much in pleasure asl the purchase of a Grapho phone It isHhe perfect talking machine Write for catalogue IfO 39to the ColuabIaPhono graph Company No 919 Penn sy vania AveA Washitigtpn BC Aliout ouo month ago my child which iHtccn months old bad an attack of iliarrhcea accompanied by vomiting 1 gave It such remedies as are usually giv lei In such cases but as nothing gave re lief wo wjnt fora physician and It was under bis care for a week At this time thrt child bad beon sick for about ton days ancl was having twenty yd opera tions of the bowels every twelve hours and wo were convinced that nnlew IIt soon obtained reUdf It wonld not live Chamberlains Colic Chpleraand Diarr- 6i Dembdy wac Te nntnendedaiid I dccidodto try at laoon noticed a change for tho better and oy Its cu tlnUed UM aocl1Ittituraptoivn GIIr oroW Vo For sale by Haydon it RooortAon THE NELSON FAIK LThe treat Nelson County Far begins next Tuesday iJont fall to gp and coo the sights and enjoy old Nelion countys bOBpltallty Reduced rates on railroad following are ampng the ipQcial features FIBSTI AT IB Ladloa Day no ad mittance charged thorn The qnos tlon as to who labo cracK shot in the county will be decioedby the Nelson Ooontv Live Pigeon Shoot Tho Iadles Hiding Ring will also occur SECOND DAtThe best ohota in Kentucky will bo entered in the tree foraU Live Pigeon Shoot The girl baby show Is also on tho card THIRD DAY Wonderfully high bat loon ascension and thrilling leap Ink parachute The stake for saddle mares and geldings will also be shown FouincHIAY Exciting polling match between powerful teams of horses ond mules Tne boy baby show and the big saddle Btalljon stakoare on the program Fora DAT The grand cake walk in which the celebrated cakewalk artists of the South In full dress cost tomes wili contest for the champion ship of Kentucky The stake for champion saddle stallion mare or gelding will be battled for by the States most noted show horses lbTllat New Revenue Law The new revenue law promises to knock out quite a number of th3 take shows which are usually on hand at every county fair and tbe albino girl and tho guinea pig will have to seek ether means of livelihood The law provides that every show which 19 under a tent must pay a license tax of 10 if no acrobatic or theatrical performance or feats of horse manpbip are given and if any or all these are included the tax is sloe A license bought in one state or territorr cannot be used in another state or terntorybut a new license must be bought for each state in which the show exhibits It is doubtful whether the show with a soak charmer in front ot the tent and a negro woman with a tambourine on the inside can fake enough dimes to pay the tax and runningex penses S CURES OR CALDWELLSN I J WSLDERl a year I The Little Qncens Picture Wilhelmina who is to be crown ed Queen of tbe Netherlands on September 6 next has personally sent to Mr Bok the editor of the Ladies Home Journal him self Hollander by birthone of her private portraits for publi cation in tho next lumber of his magazine It IS the last por trait which will be taken ot the little lady beftfre her coronation and will be printed in connection with a specially prepared sketch showing the personality of the first Queen of Holland from every point of view WITH OUR E FARMERS i Rollces stock seed or grain wasted or for satet or exchanjre interted in this col n in nil or cnAttos Farmers are re qdeated to send in stock or FOP items foj publication M J Farris sold to J B Wathen of Lebanon tnirteen sugar mule at 6100 II I W H Terhone and LB Rblnson have bought 1200 mountain ewes the pant month at 325 and sold them at f3 aqd 1 each Harrodsborg Demo tt t At Henry Dnddings sale of Lincoln sheep in England one yearling ram sold for S5000 and fiftytwo yearling rams averaged 8434 t t Georgiathatrut AU bo bough there for twenty cents per bnshel ttJonas Wall of Ofndniiau porohased of Bourbon coontyinei 200 bead of 1450 pound cattle for1export at4Jc They are an excePtIouaIflno lot- O L GrUb of Valley Hill sold to Mrs SalUe Grondy a seven months Shorthorn boll calf for 850 The calf weighed 612 pounds I t t noel rains have Improved the corn crop Jn this section 20 per cent and it Is said that corn canba bonght for II Pc Uxrel in some places in the corn ty nd adjoining counties and we are- Lqsnodthat some has been engaged at that prtet Ferryville Item x t Itls a sfgBlIcaBt fact that there Is but one boise In training In Clark ooan ybntone in Nelson county and none In Washhjgton county although there arWtracka hi all these coantios and all jafthemi until recently held annual fate or trotting meetings t 4 t The ewe lambs will pay a farmer the cost In one year of a good ram which Cost t4Q or tand then the male lambe which go to market will pay him the second time Pure breeding has proved Its worth and no animal is more 4QIckly Impressed and fmi proyed by croasing with good blood than sheep 2t I I The greatoci watermelon of which the world has record was recently produced at Bockyford Cal by State Senator 0 B Savink The water melon twas 5 feet long 84 inches thick and weighed 112 pounds Notwith standing its enormous size it WM ex treraely lusciousr tThere seems to be little dorM tkat the practicie of using grata hay la Increasing among the farmers Oats whet and rye are cat before the heads are tully formed and oared like timothy and other grass Barley seems to make an excellent bay for horses with wheat probably coming next We have often thought thai dairy farmers lose a great deal of the value of the oat crop by letting it go to seed Our experience Is that oat bay makes a cheap and excellent feed for nil kinds of live stock Rural New Yorker Buckicna Arnica S lveiTime boat ilvo In tbe world for Cuts Bruises Hares ulcers Ulcers Salt Bho urn PovcrsorosTottorghappod bacs Collblalns corns and nil skin eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It Is guaranteed to give por feet satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box at llavdou itRob ertsons Drug titoro IKUl d by tho Cars John DeWitt was killed near- S muels Depot by a pay train of the L and N lost Friday morn ing It seems that he was drunk and while walking along the track was struck by the engine and almost instantly killed He was brought to the station hero and the remains turned over to the county for burial John DeWitt was one of the bEet known characters in the county He was always more or less Intoxicated but was en tirely harmless and consequent ly be had no enernies Shortly after the war DeWitt became involved in a fight af Samuels Depot during which he was struck on the head with a heavy gun which faotuted his J skull This misfortune unbal anced his mind and unfitted biD for any continuous labor aid be became a homeless wanderer At the tlme of his death he was aged about 65 years and bad no relatives in this county that we knowOtfl It is said he has a sis ter in Jefferson county in the almshouse and also that he is related to John Dewitt the wellI known saloonist of Louisville Nelson Record MOORESVILLE From our Regular Correspondent BobertTing1e N O Boblet sold a fivemonths old bull calf ti Jack Johnson of Woodlawn for 125 JM Nan sold to Ben Sitmns of Hardlns Creek A foqrraonth old bull calf for 125 Both ivere extra fine and nearly full blooded Shorthorns The visitors to the Mrs Sharp sprlug are more numerous tb fever and they say some are ben efitted by iits use Mrs OlHe Eddleman returned home last U onday Miss Lizzie Blandjias returned to her home at Mattison r IlL J R Moore was in Frankfort last week on a visitMo his brother Lucas T P Anderson our artist will leae for Maple Hill thiswcek Ho has proven himself a first class gentleman as well as an artist We wish him success in his new field Dr J G Brain and vrite of Kansas are visiting at Mrs Kbxy Waketields A goodly number of our po plo are preparing for the Bards town Fair Amabtrtif our boys attoad ed the picnic at Earn Tim lla t Saturday lrad Mrs Randolph came up cm the excursion fast Sunday Misses Lula Williams aadElla Weekly are the latest to betaken down with typhoid fever Mr JoerDuncai ofBloomfleld and Capt Andrews of Maud visited the Sharp Spnnc on last unday lMiss Clara SheKan Moores yule visited Miss Ors Trout man of Bookers last week N G Boblet and wife visited Mr Wells family at Frederick wnHuntav at Camp Ground and Poplar Flat August 22 At New Hope church August 29 From An Old Nofdler- Knoxind Jan 141897 Gtmnta I have every oontidenco in rocommqdlng your Syrup of Pepsin I am 72 years of ago and Am bloken down tbe trouble being brought oh by inv experience In the rar Your medlcino baa done morn re jjodd than hundred doo ton ned I am just about Well of stomach troubles Ypun truly Jefienon Wllhclm Waters A Browne HILLSBORO rfFrom Our Ilccyfar Correspondent The farmers are busy cutting and housing tobacco W B Ewing of Louisville tin visiting neds and relatives here Mrs Martha Shewmaker and little daughter wero visiting her sister Miss Eliza Fitzgerald at Litsey last week MissMarthu Hats of Polin is the pleasant guest of Miss Ado imp Merritt Mrand Mrs James Dudgeon have gone to Lawrenceburg to purchase a nice farm near there Mrs Cynthia Kelly Is visiting her son Will at your town J M Olark and brother have bought the farm known as the Willlam Gjark farm containing 89 cres for 1350 Willie Leachman has tobacco growS fron the old stub where he cut thbacc4iLst vear that has laMes o It that mHS1Ire 2 ft jHiochts broad and I ft 8 Inches in Jlength Who can blat this R B Ewing has told his farm containing 185 acres to John Shewmaker of Williiburg for f15 per sOre- MissesRose and AnnIe Kelly are visiting Miss Bertha Leach mani Sl Rev Couch of fardstQwD preached at this placeloit Sunday Wtrs Julia Leaohmanhafl bought and isdid8268 dozen eggs since March 1 v HZwIdoawa1e bu8znea mniicn J through the columns ot the LEADEB reach the farmers and buyers N1tWSjj j i 1 BEST ADVEBTiBEiff t t6Ifj SPRINGFIELD f iIAUeoa j lHIh t Gossip Protractedmeetingpommences Whore Our Fissr riles Facts and fljrnreai- Horses are always in great demand in the Philippines Mo body in Manila is considered anybody without a Ijorse and carriage In thfi Philippines cows and oxen arVabout the size of large goats Agninaldo is twentysix years old He is the son of a Malay chief and was educated by Span ish priests It t costs us 8000000 a year to govern and take card turnat live Indians There are thirty three times as many aboriginals in the Philippines who woulci haveto be provided for b1 our government If it decides to hold the islands The annexation of Hawaii will cause us to Jose 86000OOGr a year in customs duties Porto Rico lathe coolest place in the West Indies add the most beautiful with a aremaikably fer tile and productive soil There are scarcely any birds flpwersorwlld animals In Porto Rlcp Porto Rico is traversed from east to west by a range of menu talus averaging6 500 feet above sea level Btockrulsinff flourishes better ic Porto Rico than anywhere else in the West Indies Slavery was abolished in Porto Rico iin the year 1873 Porto Rico is 100 miles long running east and west and forty miles wide It Is rectangular in shape having an area of 8600 square miles and 450000 whites and 520000 peoplo of black and mixed races Tbtro are only a few jpilet of railway 1m PbrtqRico bBJl whwi tht Cibaa war end seyaral rail injB will be immediatelyl ooa atructcd Porto Rico has beeas sin tatluoa for European Invalids for many yean Cues is750 miles lour witii i Avenucawldthfof fifty nilat It has 41685 square rails or shout the sin of the state of Now York a lttle buffer than Irelamd aid less than England Whdn the war tends ia Cuba the following Industries will be likely to pay the beet dividoa4i feallways mjnlng and lunooriig on a large scale wjblle iIco mak lug steam laundries and small fnctories of various kinds will yield handsomely Sugar states require large capital Their best laborers are negroes The Mars La Grit Care Thorp Is no use suflTeriag front this dreadful mt lady if you irill OBJt the right remedy You are having jimlna all through your body yourIiver Is out of order haTe no appetite no lila or asahi fctare1Xlp1ptetelYuaed reme3y that yrlll give prompt anti sure relief They act directly on your liver stomach and kldnoya tone up the whole system and make you fool like a aewbe lug They nroBUirantood to citron riee rofMnded Forsalo at Jlaydon itRobert sons Drug Atoro only SOc rot bottle Flv6 Captaius Tbe e were five captains who chanced to meetone Russian one Turk one Frenchman ono American and one Englishman One proposed a champagne sup per each one to give a toast of his own nattye conntry or pay for the wInO drank after supper The RussiauHeres to the stars and bars of Russia that were never pulled down IboTurkHercisto the moons of Turkey whose wings were never clipped The JJenchmnn Hejes to the cock of France whose feathers Were never picked The Americangeres to the UnUedStatesfailed to defeat The Epgllshmaa Horoa to UM raaipaat roarlnr lioa of Groat Bntam that toro down tile staH and barn df Kiatiai clipfoi the winKS of Turkey picked the fathers of tht cock of Franco and ran like hlIrati the stars and trip of tlaitoil States of America Tile Kec Kemr tar flay Mr John Mathtas a well known stock dealer otPnlaski Kyaayat IIAautfef Inc for over week with flux and Biy physician baying failed to reMevo me Ii was nd vised to try Cl mberralns Collo huloraud Dlarrb Remedy and I IjItPrmaiobvl Royal is the tt4 tmq pew4c IIIOw Actiel teats ahsw k seirdfatIasasarbsa it RaA Ps ion UM0i eo it yOu The Pktil lBciQ stioa Tboprqblea of ttfe FiOlipphinea t which has been loftio the nr mission for solution cannot but prove troublesome because thn two parties will apprpacWfc wiili conflicting interests and tfrptii I ODposite points ofiSpaniards will wish io rodnoottr a minimum the scope of oar per manont connectlun with Ibis a v archipelago aad will atrlTu strenuously to avert our perma bent retention of evoa tbo city and harbor of Manila They i Fwou4foothoo1d in Luzon and will Vn5 b- doavor to put us off witha coaU Lug station in some other island Should they be able to porj1 suadft a singvone of the Presidents i plenijo r ntiaries to yoii with them tbl irpild be able im rob us of pStIc1Iyi tpo whol i a4fruit of Admffjlnirybut for the fortunate t Sri arrangements aa e kCOJt fmission will b valid rat 1 iffed by twothirns of iiit Senate We take for Ii4th- at Mr UcKtmlty wUI JI ppf JK coBtqiMkw wkoM ykHM Mf the siaj nitiMk ot Aressji leresla m the PaUlipfiMct Mi iIa tbe Far East io i4 oolM Ui with his 5wi Bwpfo c Iteii that the American co kbi4c w4 allvotefortbr4skosttIs wltole arcIpu or ii least j ithirstiaiadofLasad jappolac sue tlMrt fchsi H M isk co mjMkMMri all voliiafalsifV ta such apropoeal We aboaldt4 ovraelyte In a deadlock which ooald be got rii of oily In twij ways namely frat by ft seowil ort1the arbitramtat it war aad Mcoodlr by a offer k Miy Spain a rM c 1eIto1tto oir profoswl lTiIen ifot soarset a prec4at to saek ani JMexicoi J and we oltla haT UUXHth4 whole of hs territory booJlqut pijj wo voluntarily offered to pay fur j Its northern province a coaiid erablesumofwhicbAeMoxte ii I central goyoriatoai atoed in urgent need As W4wta a e c cud roe ttrootp war aI the ashe of the PaiUafiaoa for am aasou tit of moDly which would reltevw her presslair exlffinKjloo Spin t would not lo isUio jw koar aid I it may be that to a ibUtioa ott thisl oonpioxioti wo taaUvxjHH at ltCaIlIrsWesjlj FW AN FMrttlM ItsthoUUoofaveryIatt5IsghsfltJsstissued Paul Railway da fcrijrtlre oftfcw gbtn neoN slougll1a It irMt be fetHMI lit interest to Ute peofuhaal nn well a to the amateur A copy wlH seAto any ddrqss oa receipt of a twoceat bmp for no tage Ad lrtei Qco IL UealfeiU Qenl Pass Agent Chicago Hi WvW Ae chi Imare summer doing pp they get all the benefit they should from their food P Are their cheeks and lips of good color Andirt- theyheartyan4obtitIi every way lfnocthcavstheS Of MsT lea r NK J 00 hJ1lJ S t It HftI Mi M MM up dclkaio bo iadII1tfLYwthIMAN j a MtMr kJf hue ao wmki r babyabo AlMtScott1 Emulkft throo or four MUM a day wM MOMI ao Alar baby poMap aad 7rkslMay wIIIa 7t m lJrlll necessary jot growtgb ass awST Jtv TT r THE NEWSLEADER TllL4DjR4- JIr t I ELDWtS2JRj ttJ piY UG 21898 t i iII irJiJ commtssionst to arrange 1L4 for th evacuation of Cuba and r T r POI tJtle hvdboeijsp3ted e i tbe Spailsb cosrimhslon srsr Lav nir 4een annouc1donday1 r k ssioners are CriKA For the United States t Gua J F Wal Maji Gen MO uBJI1tMf awl Rear Admiral gamp t won For Spin Maj Gen Part Passer andradoR ar Admiral iJ Marquis Monioro JoaTRlcoF r the tatMafcGw John H Brookedl Rer Adnif al Schley Brig Gen W W QHfiOtI For Spain Najl11 4 Gen OoOmmodore VallarI ioo abd Judge Advocate Sanchez 41 Amatltyfer the t rBB of the proto J aol teCiaiaucOmmiSS1OnerIBUSt awtitat Havama and the Porto Lea Oiisanfesion at San Juan 6WUII1I1 thirty1 day8rbrn the sign t fe othe protocoVwhibljtwasoh Ait12 Ites members of the Second Kentucky Regiment In camp at Ctoaug a are sick of their jobs MWtkat all chances for Lighting lr over The men of eleven j eompQlW of the regiment cir 1i culated aid seat to Secretary I Aljder petitions asking to be mustered out of the service The JJetitionR not coming through j official taurce were sent back toJ idpCJjiatther and there may be trouble lor Some of those who rj int atedtbem The men say atbfsnlu ted to fight and ie tira tio be kept in campanyr poer J6rAdO they want tojo TOifei duty iin Haviina or aayV Iflel oJ t tJf 4Tni 1ubanAlnsurgentS evh 11lPoL1w t peace L udefa 4no hH 1QPfteqlYt 4nk1rd 1kiittbCnbaiiuconLthuutoat1t It I the Spaniards and be hasJJ INMQ instructed by the govern i oit to resume offensive oper ftttions against the Insurgenjts VWon ThoSpaulard s have lift Cuba the ChauceR are that 0 weVill have yfo keep sm l1i 1jjmy of troops on11tbo island to keep thd Insurgents from fn e w p atirging sotnemore Iris believed at Washington that President McKinley has practically reached a conclusion f upon his Pnilippine policy aridt fe beloved that hs will instruct the Pease Cooaniftlbners to no ttptiwltjmK IMS than the Islind cfLuan Whet er more sballf ql Wdeaaa eil is yet undecided bthtbePrIdU1tst said not t a yrf el oavincsdftit it would be TfiM fpr the TTnited States to tin iertaecontrol of all the islandS t Tfiistars and stripes now loftt over all the publIc buildings inHonolulp The Hawaiian idags lc were hauled dqwnaCd the United l t Augusttnpree j The Annexation of the island to this country is now complete 1 J frj IRDERS for the musteging out Vof troops have begun Jtgiskan v Bounced that the Third and Fourth Kentucky are ou the list of those regiments to be retired iirJ Cotuity Fain11 ntrtiatrs are now in f t ullswing and they juo nvin I 7 iicrCa9 to ttndtb9cn put tbe l4iFflOt pro PQrJ diloqus as lk Q r9twas With the 1i1 frtti9boresntthsuccesE1 L1hO l11tw faircPep4 en 1jRlt e 1big utnk1us itroIDt iia I ago and pretty babies but therE p e1anQtbing that j cj arn rctothe avoragoyfIrgo er as the tfrft iobl8 hbriq whonf he sweeps 11 down thebom 3treh fallMead tt 4 r 1 Th Pal Tits Willfic1I hdi Dirvf Ct Aycts fills willpreveni and ewe biliousness kVO7UTIhavetbocoh1ytetedAmg d ITfL both ns a preirenttvn and citn for for1iJIKOUJ Shark Ark CfJ2rBQ a S4 CC S S i Catarrh is Not Incurable i But IIt can not be cured Toy 8prayi mixtures which t washes and Inhaling only the surface The disease n the blood and can only be reached through the blood 8 a Bis the only emedy which can have any efloct upon Catarrh it cures the disease perxna entlj and forever rids the system of very trace of tho vile complaint rJosle Owen Montpclloi Ohio rrltci 01 WI if meted from Infancy with Catarrh and no one con know the Battering It produces tetter than I The ashoIsprays and prescribed ty tho doq tors relieved toe only temporarily 1oDgh I used them eonsttt1yor7Car8 thd drase had aI firmer hold than ncr I tried a number ot Hood remedies but their mineral Ingrtdlentt settled In my bones and piT me rheumatism In lamentable condlttonandaflcr ez aU treatment ma declared Incurable 11118 88 advertised u s cure for blood I decided to try lL As soon u my 18 under tho dee ot the medicine began to toproro and after taking it for joonlka I irai cured completely thj 4radfal dlscas use eradicated irom my sjs ten and I hare had no aetara of It Many have been kln gloW treat sent for years and find UtOMtlvM WofteJtOWtMa ever Ltrlslof SSSwBloodl will twoTO it to be the right remedy for Ojxtarrh It will cure the most ob stlnatoeaae Books mailed free to anyaddrawby Iwilt Specific Co TAtlants G a of sWam on and the ttIrottTcI Valve wide open in a struggle to keep ahead of three or four others that are held back according to previous arrangements to divide the stake money Everybody knew It was ail a hip podrome and that it was not a fair trial of speed by any moans but it fully illustrated what the fleotfooted animals could do if their owners hadut sold out be tore the race began Larue Co Herald To tonaitniptiTcs- Ann honest TmtdvFoloY8 Honoy andTardoof not hold out false hopes In advanced stages tynt fruthfnljy claims to sle comfort and relief in the very tvoistcaRce and in1 tho eajly Binges to ef inre UaydontRobertaunIWl r I n1Wlnpln t Tae following horses 4carried off first money at the races ihfst 4ayv rflhree minute trot purse 200 won by Endrino owned by JEI McKenna PairffeVd second racej2140 pacepurseSfl0 won by John Agan owned by Long 223trowned by Long Bros Midways cond rae 217 purse 200 won by Omega in three straight heats owner T M Murphy Charles town third day 235 trot purse JB2bo won by Alice Carr Qwn AJJ Coleman BarrodeLirg- second race 225 puce purse 200 won by Hayyiew owner Foster Ray Lebanon Omega the fine black mate owned by Mr Mur phv which did such goos pacing died of cojic yesterday afternoon This was a heavy loss to Mr Murphy who valued the animal at 12000 Lebanon Enterprise kou Caa Oepnd OH It that Foloya Colic Cure is an Juntant ot for colic summer complaint cnolera morboa diarrhcca bloody flux chronic blUouCOUcpjntenl Uajdoii tEoberthon MACKVILLE Fiom Our Special Correspondent Miss Pearl Clark spent several days lastweek with Miss Lizzie Bakery of Pleasant Grove Miss Lettie Plemlngs tof tndi ana and Mr Yanfleef of Bar rodsborg hove been here for several days visiting friends and relativesMrs Mallie RtDebart of your town attended church here last Sunday Misses Sallie Shewmaker acid Ella Thompson Messrs Jeff Matherly and Berry Shewmaker spentSnnday at Tatham Mr Park Perrell of Garrard county is y itinghis brother Clay Berrell Mrs Fannie McMullin left Monday to assist Prof Poage in his school at Tyillisburg v Miss Maggie Jfotoi after two we is visit WI tcrif per Mr tiU Rose of Pa1iie return id hSmne TueiuyI Rev eeDn anViamiI tt ho have been attouuiifg camp meet lag for severalf weeks have re turnedhomo Misses Marie TJhite and Maud l McClure of JeffersonvilIe ladS are visiting Miss Maggie Graves Tablors Bnckeyff Pile Qintmont gly instant relief Itallays inflamatlnn and heals Itil prqiDptlnitnnctioaandpofc Itlvd inltacirect Jtw tho kind thai lUres wtthoout palu o feiscotufort It Iltfurp- Uns only 50c lr5leai rue Havdon 4 Robertson Iuns Irrltatloir- Is tho fftrcnmner to csniiimptlon Dr Jell PInoTar Honoy will core item give such streiiRth to cue JunSa tun t aI cough or a cold will not sottl thorn 25c 1 Ir4w1cirI Soldiers for Hnrrotlsburff Cut Ben L H rain Returned yesterday from Chjckamauga Park whffre he had gone oii make an effort to secure the es tablishDcent ora camp Mn i usJ county for the removal of a divis loqof the U S Army from the present quarters OoL Hardin obtained an interview with Gen Joseph C Breckinriclpo and is satisfied he made a most favor able impression upon that high official as to Mercers claim for an encampment for Atttorney CoL Harden before he Ml home recured frpra Dr Wm Pennc baker a written statement which give in detail all the advantages of the si hundred sera farm known attbe West Lot about two miles from the Cincinnati Southern and seven miles trom Harrodsburg and half mils from the Kentucky fiver General Brecklnrldgo will it is hoped and believed make a favorable report and Col Fopte of the engineers corps will come here and inspect the place The camp at Lexington has been estab lished and division will be sent there If any other camp lis 10 cated ip this state Col Hardin is confident it will be in Mercer Wednesday he witnessed a re view of 40000 soldiers and says no other regiment did better than Col Gatthefs Second Russia t Germany Austria and Switzerland had representatives present to witness the ovolutlonsS and each of them well pleased He dined with Col1 Gather and was told that no soldier from Mercer way in the hospital Two deaths how ever in the second regiment were reported today Harrods btirg Democrats Stop that barking by the use of Ballard Horehound Syrup It arrests the cough ttllnys irritation or the throat and relieves congestion jof the luiims lUlL day ItIs safe and pleasant to take nnd nnver diit appoiutH ScCOc Hnydon tRobertson t LITSEY rWf 9 i 4 i jFrom Qur iioguiai Corrcspoduent I f Mlq Broylesa1dl g t r ol BerrYvJ1evsl 1tie farilll o- rs C Yanarsdaif Satdfday Mrf auIMrsJW Ph4ms oft iHarrod bur spent a part of last week wijhG A idhocey Miss Martha Hays has return home after a two weeks visit to Miss Adalina Merritt Our enterprising merchant Mr Bvon Parks hastfvery tine Graphopbone and our quartet of local unto has had s jmo of their songs recorded which are veiy plainly reproduced Supt Bush would feel fully repVd for his efforts In securIng a free entrance to the Pair for the school children of the county If be could hear their expessions of deljgKtSn receiving the tickets Manv of our young people have tevet attended a fair and ant anticipating a great time Mispesjrauline and Mary Noe of Louurville are the guests of Mr Huft of Pleasant Grove Mrs S J Smock spent a few days tn Hanodsburg last week MissMary Reed entertained her friends last Wednesday eveningat bfephqme All reportt It a most enjoyable occasion Mrs Jamies Ewing of LouiS- ville visiteti Mrs John Browne lust week7 Misses Katie Litsey audNaom Browne have issued invitations for the opening of the twenty fourth at the home of Miss Litsey Mrs L Kk Gregory has re turned from ayisit to her par ants at Perry villck jIie Jot FsiaI1DIseittw It is not generally known lust uioro nduludio of kidney trouble than any ither dimJHo When trfirstsvriiptomn- of tliln disease nppenjyuo tluio should bi lost In Uklne Fpkf Kiimney Cure which Is gunrantoodVtir money refunded hay douttRohtertson pDitter Pill to Swallow Captain Geperal Blanco tried escape the humiliation of wit nessing tne triumphal march of the victorious American into Bavaua but his government saidI oayThe CaptainrGeneral sent his resignation as soon ast he jvas advised of thelterras f the peace prortocoi and patientlyI awaited l the order relieving him of his command He wanted to go homo He is not going At least not now He has received l peremptory orders to remain at his post until tnel evacuation is completed and there the 0 G must stay mQch to his disgust He wHljJOWoe forcedjjto witness the fulfillment Qf Gen Lees twiht that hwould return to Havana with an Hmerican army ummllI10nturns the keys of Havana over to Gen Lee mat when that is done the positions of thc Anrpi ed and the distinguished merl1 carl Corn nndezwilLbavqli ed revenge made good his prom 1Onrt 1 Putnam Fadeless Dyoei This dye not only colors more goods than nny other hut each pnckngo will oolor1 any anti all kinds of clotlios Price lOc Wheeler ou EoosovQlt Here is what Hen Joseph WhQe ler has to say of Cot Roosevelt of lfteBoujjh Riders Cols Woood and Roosevelt word mon of extraordinary value in an army RoOseVelt is Dora fighter Whether in the camp or in the told hewas always tobe cJepeddod upon He is perfectly fparlete and his men follow him with fcbsojute devotion When thofightwasover and we wont aboard ship I told him we ought to sl pw the host and cltanestshipl when we came into ppand jhe finest lot of men ncllgnesst we did wehcikttoa and a cleaningt tip and y6ttjfla ys march off la some sort ofstyle ddnt you Th6sd rough riders would do anything you asked them from storming San Juan hill to wrshinS the ship il bad a good chance of obser ving Roosevelt during the week we were at sea from another point of view than that offeredI by the camp The impressed me most about him is his absolute integrity Some men have integrity about money others about their personal con duct Roosevelt has botffj and more than either9 the official in tegrity that makes him the rare man he is The people of New York want hln for their Governor The people of the United States want him to govern them nexf and they will have him for their President I told him so on the ship and he laughed a good deal I said it was a clear case of the people wanting to have their way and they would have it as is their habit Certainly it would be bard for them to make a better choice Roosevelt is bleeDer Qtlc and most loyal A Narrow Cflcnpe TbankcuIoJuiswrIIton by Mrs Ada JBr Ritrinf Grqton SoIWu takeu with n hadcoJcll which settled on my lungs copghset In audiinntiy tormina ted In uusumptfon Foflt do rgsvcImebpsayingbud Uye time iVcave inyMlfupto My Savior do tennlned If I cou1u not stay with my friend on caztb1 wou1dineetmyabsont ones above My husband was ndviseii to get Dr KIngs Now Jjincovov for coo Btiuiptlon coughs und colds I gave it a trlai took in aU eight bottle It has cured me and thank God I amsavod and and now a well and healthy woman Trial bottles freo at Haydon tRnhertpnn Drug Store Ln liottles 50c and 9100 Guaranteed price rof ndded Valuable Farm Lands IOK RENT 18991mying of 450 acres about 100 acres which is as fine bottom land as ofI be found anywhere The are two large residences and one good ten ant house on the place also ood outbuildings Will rout the farm 88 a whole or divide it into tracts Forfurther information call on or addressMRS M L CONNOR Predcncktown Ky or I H TUURMAN Springfield Ky Berkshire Pigs for Sale I havefor sale three find Berk shire pigs twa male and one1 female SAM E CLEMENTS Daugcrotm Drinking IVntrr- DesthlufkBinlrapurewAtoh It broods diaeaacs often In epidemic form Tho tlut symptom Is looseness of tho bowels These diaeasea am checked by taking Foley toUaauro Haydon Rob ortson Ine TIr b Io1norca A German bunker traveling by rail in a firstclass carriage toward Vienna tbOIIntermediatostntJons man who entered into conversation and proved very pleasant The banker got out before his companion and be foro he did so asked tho latter how far he was going The gentleman replied l To Vienna I hiva a daughter very well married there said the b nkerI should like to givo you a note of Introduction to her I have also a daughter i ycXy wclVmarrled there said tho other Would Hfee too great a liberty fo ask herr name T1y daughter tbo gentlcmnq answered is marrledto the Emperor of Austrfa It was tire old Kins of BavflflEL In the Mexican ouleIloIa ITil arrangement of furnIture much more formaMlian In thetfnlta States It is t ycry cfommon sight to see a splendidly furnished QarlOr wltb a row of stralchtbackcd chairs all pUke with their back against tho wall fund as close together as they can be placed clear around the room Heavy single d orssuch as are pmetlrleither at entrances or between in tenor rooms All doors open In thc mladla and are fastened with bolts top nail bqttom Exterior doors are always fitted with ln spaoeIJ for SUC1doorsr that are Juiacttat me wc3 out vt U80Itbormlstrcssresponsibility In a manner that Is al mbii l unknown h the Unlt d tatesf The cook Is given so mucha day cud Itbtbla Jamount abe will purchase each jmornlng nil the provisions for the day IncludlngVeYcirMhc staples that are usually bought in largo quau titles In other countries On a doior a lay a cook will provide a very good table for a family of three or four and get enough beans and tortillas and chile to set the servants table bc jBldes Tney can really do better than their mistresses because they can us mistily drive sharper bargains with the markctnien of their own class nail they have more patience to haggle over the last penny The Effect of Wio iireq The effect of wide tires on roads has been shown clearly on a street in Springfield Mass over which heavy quarry wagons are driven The road was formerly badly cut up but a number of years ago It was the un der8tnndlDg that wide tires should he put on the wagonacarryig the quarry stone This was done the tires being four to tin Inches wide and since that time the street has been In good condition although little baa been done to JL 8 lmB Rich i If Spain really wants to keep tip the tight and can g4ttM4 In no other way she might turn U ik itthednas When abs was at the zenith vt her power thecathednils becAme Hw nceptaclea oi vast wealth and for the most part that wealth remains today There are many chapels that to tho depth of two inches are worth their weight In gold Not only are tho mo saics that cover the walls of very high value bbt tho shrines are loaded with rare ornaments and In many cases with precious atones of great size and worth A chapel in the great Cathe dral of Bevnia has a Virgin lighted by a huga emerald fixed in the roof above tho head and the garments of the Vir gin and saints have jewels sowed on them Here then are untold riches but a country vould be tar gone In deed to make use of so sacred relies for carrying on an unholy war At present they are rigorously guarded When the Sultan Goes to Pray When the Sultan of Turkey attends the Friday midday prayer at the mos que in Constantinople the garrison of 20000 urea are stationed along the ltUardIed from the moment lie leaves his palace until he Is on his carpet In the sacred edifice Ho often rides In a closed carriage surrounded by a body guard He makes these weekly jour neys in fear of his life and he insists upon every precaution being taken theIRuler of the Faithful but tho best way to see him Is to get the ear of the Chamberlain or Grand Vizier who by updaof the mosque where priests and poli ticians soldiers sailors and civilians jostle one another In their desire to obtain a glimpse ot AbdulHomld at prfrCAUrtO o rae bwr Thefollowlng Iptter which was re cently picked up in the street la full of homely pathos Dear JaneI ope ts you will for give me for not larflri at you when you larfed at me last night I ave a Hie under me arm and cant lart as I would like to Yours affection ately JOHN =and Whbkey HaWts cured at homo with OPIUM oulpalnBookof tlenlLlse t B5WOOLLETJLD Gt NllJor Ballardo Snuw Liniment There In no pain it will not roftoe no Dwelling it will not Rubduo no wound it will not heal It will cure frost bike chilblain and corns IlaydonibRoborUon If your child lies thin pale cheeks un certain appetite and nnrcctf nl sleep it has worms and cnrlng with ntroiiff mod lame only makes Renditions worse by lrrHatJnlr its delicate ataniiicli WliUen Crcnm Verraif u lis mild but certain in effect and Is superior tonlo II will a poftltlve worm destroyer Uaydon A Roboteon NEWSLEADER 9100 a year 11 I1 FWCThGIz- WIRE Poultry Farm Garden Cemetery lAwn Railroad and Babbit Fencing- TtKHitanJacfmUftfniut Catatayvt e Freight JViW Irieff Low COiTHE TSfOHDDRS OF SCIERCE Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be Cured An Eminent Now York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Ireo Offer to Oar Readen The distinguished Now York chemist T Blocutn demonstrating his discovery of 1A rt liable and absolute euro for consump Pulmonary Tuberculosis jinn nil bronohlalthroatlung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affectionS tOil eral decline and weakness of flesh and renditions of wasting nway will send THREE FREE BOTTLES nil flutcrent of his new discoveries to any afflicted reader tbe NzwsLrxnEu writing for them His sew Scientific Treatment bus cured thousands permanently by jits timely uso and ho consIders It n simple profess ipnal duty to sufferlng humanity to donate a trial hislnfalliblo cure Science dally develops now wondersnnd this great chemist patiently experimenting for ycara has produced results as ben eflcla to humanity as can be claimed by any mod tern genius pis assertion that lung troub luanyIproven gratitude filed in his Americon and Euro penn laboratories in thousands from those cured in allipatts of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest arid lung troubles Jead to cpnsurap tlonVblch uninterrupted means speedy undcertaui deutb Simply writAto T t3iocum 1t Glq- Pine street New York rtv tfr poet otJlte- IId express jublivM sad tht free medicine otiiIy SPt Pmilt a K88p tII f t IIJ ttt Posted ON THE I WAR I Byl a special arrangement and for a short time onlyl t yef will offer the Twicea Veek n Courier Journal AND THE- 4NewsLad t f One Year For Only S1 25RC- cu41j urna1 has thd ESTiiews ser vfce of any of them and you get it twice a week with the Newiteader 4J making three papers a weet or wp papers a year for only a Dollar and a Quarter i 20 ItjThkfcffeY is open to all old subscribers to the NEWSLEADER who pay up and one year in ad- Vance and to any new sub scribersWe this one of the mostllberalofferamade andth re is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war news and home news as well Address communications to E L DAVISON JR Pub MEWSLEADER Springfield Kv To Car ConUoc VevSrr- eiecasisrets Candy Cathartic lila of It C ct 0 taIl to euro drupitUU mfunu money SVRUPCURES DR CALDWEULS CONSTIPATION PEPSI N When Vow rake Yofar Vacation tlip most hoccnsary article to Imvii irish you r oryour pockbt hook Is a iKJttlo Foloys Colic Cure It is an absolute pro pentlon or euro of all dornnpcmontfl of Ito bowra mUlled hy a change of water nnYdOUd1Hooortsrh faKdnaunK to the entertainR 1nftnI Wi1ltf noskill tooper and reproduce the olboiul oruutni orchcf Tlicreb nothing Ute It for an erenlnsi cntertaJoinent Other socallouS talking mnathines reproduce only reeerd of cutenddried sub3ects specially- prepared In a labQratQr1 but the is limited to such perloutnances On the Orapbophone yon can easily make and nutwproaac records of the voice or any Thus It constantirairakcni new Interest and ltt charm Ii eye froth The repnxincUoniaw dear sail brilli- antfiFaltiics we stM Mr SII JIuInfac under its t4tta of ueunmoter- Zdlion and Our tabtliiuneflt lIea- sorters aria wrM for TaaIDe Slacblnii and Talking llAt wrue for Caislo- gueColumbia Phonograph Co DEPARTMENT 80 No 919 Pennsylvania veJIo1 W1GTOIit Everybody 5 j Knows c- st r THAT r Culluingliam Dllllcau tta- re showing the largest stock of Dry Goods ClothingyEtci and selling at Lower Pricey r than any house in town theae TWO EACTS account for the I tIl5aAlargeii tFthis season Our Dry Goods and Dress Trimmings Department isven complete embracing a reat Vriety of both black and cdl ors and plain and novelties We have jus received large stock of Silk Waist Patterts They are beauties aUisee them Our Shoe Department is 90iR l dwear jusLly proud of this season For o Jt eubled to showMsmn5 Women and Chlid ens shoe sad Oxfords in all the cdlura stVJWi and prices Yoi will miss it if you 2aU tO eeOarM stocktWe lead in Mens and Ladies furnishings NotioueW We call especial attention to oqr stock of Men and Boys Shirts Men and Womens Underwear Womens Ready made Waists and Skirts A AIYoubouse in town We do it because we give the best styles and values for the least money RWWIILaceour stock Don tl Forget our Inducements to Cash Byl =iu t2 JN BUKTON c iu IIAHMON BEKUAVDOX J sit J 4v t J 7YVmBJRTON Q L h3EWflAYIUi SnMUfOlm I tIUnd rtakfs and Fnncral Directin 4 COFFINS CASKETS 1 i4 BURIAL J ROBES jjOF ALI KINDS lC 4 FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptlr day or night 1 I TbeServlces of an EXPERIENCED EMBALMER a graduate from a school of ettibaiming have bten eigaKd k 11 tJttrt a2seJ A r 1ThoeOld Reliable Buggy Is still in the Lead Another ctrtttd j rst Iv t in No trouble to show BuggiM IIrR fi nets andean I JSAVE YOU MONEY K 1S Come Down and see MEh fl 1 N1 S M KARRICKj M Down Town Below Thompson Hotel JM j A qA Mw Y 1VIIPf fFI TPohitsl1 WILL be bund in the gzrment Or 4 every really welWreKd man Crue materialmtut W of tke lxt F1tttnrmtatbcsttCcjstyk1 bc UptaDat Apd finally the r Wockmanthlp asiJ I1mesmp V JIWlt NcataMDwaWt f 1tIsbyumnngrhesepolnts k EVEIY v ILIgsfintht theymake and by st1cUsig iforwohj this 32 years thft Mr BORN CO The Guat ctlcags Midst Tim Havc reached the prafityditiM ofbcfaf tW inAmericaJ You can mike no niisaketripnkm3ng your cfethw K rhM firm ftrjhinr they ftnwh or do guwritet N ftecjrpocecare nJer ii JehyeO pr r 4itui AiM can wake vow tdfctfen j j i T lIl a bjf IT j 1 1 VIfjVIVTB d r- ILf i 1 THE NEWSLEADER THE MISLEADER iijauaHXD Vfjunr npawuY KOBXIXG r LAfJJ SPRINGFIELD K- YEr vjjrh 4QijTUIIppAIDlMADVANOI J Locator Business Notices 10 cent per So fzthairt iete nti5 Cents foz h tb 13erLgttkiift feadUiitM ad political matter J 4iper1Le- Jl Job Wrk Ii done at low rates bn cash 11ust epL oa i4Uyery of 000 V A vortU j rautwtU adon liberal Atn QWlwirtwi alt d reftluttons of respect q tll J1t 4oCiXEXT8 lIlr OS O500 Ml t u 10 00 iMa1r4 I Aa 1t I FttWiIcier = tJIiJ jfJtJ = I D1NT13T1 J Ietit opcratto ti hufomed t rt44 rTETKZXTflAcrKn A gwrrUOUTPAIN L arb F 4 W 01 i every J5tThUr41 4 leaFi4da y ot Neb month f c44 + J t11UJoU Ycnue f vutE Jgse C1tSELL- WS4AM NDEONI l ao- uai47tal3M J OPIa cCiidkobertaon Bldg i4Lu HORD1BWrH DfTIST 7 tS 7lIttL1mco V5hrJtjL4i4SV p ii II LAMPTON t T4I I OFFICE cqcvrr 1 IS 1 cmrnit8 OFFJOEe t I I tfJ PJNEM1RTI 1tQJ1CLHOUR1 12p ii Jut I rEVERY D l n I S1HINFtELD KY r LFI BURTO 4s EIDENT DNTTI FTEETH EXTRACTED iTiIOUT PAIN I c 4 4I rTlRKank prJnE 131tkup sMni iP1ASPRINGFIE D Yii i L3Dental Work Strictly 1 i Firstclass 9F NEIKIRK ATTORNEYATLAW0bFfcE tWGLAyBROOCE 0 wLi kSssSI 8pecIattentlon glveiTto tho col I acconthIt 9MCOJkicw1th w a r r SPRINGFIELD KY t ci J JfXS B RYANf Pf j IAUCTIONEERt tear 4 1 Hf 5ndand Stock Saleaf a Specialty t SPRINGFIELD KY i 1lJ CENSORS BLACKSMITH SHOP hcoClng v Carriage Repairing and General BJacksmithing- x Allwotk inwrMtoecL to Rive c M lifftbUon at the Casey shop E1NGFI1LD KY DR CALPWCULS tt 5p PEPSIIII1 lWi i lpt Mi ftMbt vu life knj mac1I M iM4w worker that anltM weak aca Cureguar3nseedSf11 Bemcdy Co Ckloco or New York t IS IIIIIIHMIi fUfIII ttiIIiIiI I B0UTT0WN1a 3 33 aa Go to Mansfield Claybrootre tIfurnishingspEcial bargains for a limited time Call and see their prices LADIES please remember the Home and Foreign Missionary Society m ets at Mrs 0 R Mc Elroys at 3 p nir next Satur day July 27 A full attendance of all the ladies of the church is rQquested as some matters of local interest to be discussed MRS JANES Pres- r OWING to a change which Is to be made in the firm on Sqp temberlst we will from now on until then offer goods at our store at extremely low prices This a rare chance for bargain andall s1io ld take advantage of itV1 v MANSFIELD CLAXBROQKE NOTICE lvjin next fall open Poultry Slaughter House and will tayJ the highest cash price for turkeys an4 all kinds of live Fowls and eggs I PQ MCGILL JIM GREENE wnile reuiiing to hlshome at Texas from the thoXebrjnon Fafr fast week was thrown from hisbigba run awaj horse and was very ladly bruied UI t J = WE are prepares to offe fro- mniwpnie Lduisviile Weekly Dispatch U1Cl ttie NewsLeader fot1 25 per year This applies to old ubscriborsi who jenew as Sbll aftlp new bacribers THE Republican County Com mittee met herj on county court dAy andeffeoted a re6rginaton Mr Thos J Miller was elected CfialrmartandVJ6ktt Cffhomp son Secretary r J r CATTLE from the celebrated showherds of Reneck of Clark county Warfield of Fayette county and Stith pf SfJ bn will bemTmqng those flghtizi for the the blue ribbons afc thev Nelson County Fair next week DudFR WILDER the den tist dbsIJ1s tc notify lis fr1uda and patients in jattd 4r uic- Spr1ngfielc1that Thursday and JlridaySepteiaber landS will be the date of his last regular trip to Bpringfieldr his bust ness in Louisville will demand all of his tim theieaftejvj t THERE will boa covemikn o the Republicans pf the BttnjtJJ nextIfor the purpose of nafing d instructing delegate tothdars trict convention to meetUt Leb anon on September Ii to nomi nato a Republican ndidpteW Judge of the Court of Appeals THE series of lectures on Europe by Mmo MaillardOweh was concluded Monday the last being on England and France The lectures were highly in structive and interesting and were very much enjoyed Jt JJs hoped that Mme Owen has found Springfield and its people so pleasant that she will return next vacation anct give tne ladies the bepeflt of otheltdres 4 THEREwas manln town bn f lat Monday who iSili quite a1 curiosity in his line His name is Bruner Armstrong and his thirty two years of age and has lived in thia county near Tatliam Springs all his life and his first trip to Spririgfield last Monday was the first timejiehadever been so far away from home He had never seen a railroad and was never in a town of any size in his life Armstrong appears to be a very sensibly young fellow and says that he never hBa any desire to leave home or see any of the world and that he would not have been in town then were itnot that he was compelled to coma on business En MCELROY who is a ser geant with Company K First Kentucky Volunteers now dt Porto Rico has written to his parents here The letter was dated August 11 afc Ponce and was written before the troops PirtEdrough time of it over anS thatt they boys didnt have rmany comforte on the crowded trans port Ho says however that the health of the regiment was good all were delighted at hay ing arrived and at the prospect as it seemed then of having some fighting to do Ed says that the report sent Qut from i Newport News before tad r6gi ment left there about him being missing from his company with out leave did huni an injustice HeJiad a permit to visJtJSprtress Monroe and hoyingj mlssed4he returning train tjpncluded to remain over night rather walk the twelve miles He says on reporting the next morning he was let oft with a light fine and he still retairisfhis rank as sergeant in the company1 A jA Huckster Robbed News was brought to town this week of a robbery which occurred in the Mooresville neighborhood a jfow nights ago It seems that Jack Hughes who runs a huckster wagon had stopped for the night at a point on the Chaplin and Mob esvUle turnpike and had left his wagon standing on the road During night the contents of tho wagon were inspected and thirtyseven quart bottles of whiskey stolen No arrests were jnade as the guilty parties could not be iindentifiedi Court DaySales If There was only a fan sized crowd in town on Monday but business was riski with the Auctioneers Auctioneer Sam A Campbell reports folio Wr irig sales 1 twoyearold mule 41 folur head yearling cattle at 1550 per head six yearling cattle t168Qpet head 26 extra good yearlings a1 2722 per head X bunch of Sheep at 295 per head 2 sows and pigs e15 low and eight pigs 1025 fouryearold mule 3750 1 blind horse li 0 1 old mare i8 8Qilbay horse 30 The fpllowinejIS the report ofJ lands and other sales made by W B Spears auctioneer The W P Montgomery farm sold as a whole for 8025 W P Montgomery purchaser The Henry Fenwickfann soldat 1010 cre The E Russell land for the amountto raised under judgment of court viz principal interest and cost 94930 The Ii Kelly farm WithdraWn on bids made for same The Lizzie WilJ hoito farm withdrawn on bid of- per acre old for Ash o c 50 cowcT Can 1 27i colored folr gounds privileges for their full refresh jmerit and beer stands for three days82 j rrom Porto RinD HonlJohn W LewIs has re celyed the following letter from wjti Reed of this place now Lfent w 0 Reed Company K First Kentucky Infantry with the army in Porto Pico The lletter ieads MAY GUE PRSaturday Augt 18 1808 HON JOHNW LtTisSpring field Ky D fI wrtfI I am now witntdo some business for regiment with the British Consul and take this opportunity to write you No one knows when it will be mailed Or when it may reach America We are now with Lieut Colonel e1knap detached from balance of our regiment 650 of us being at above place twhiok is the third city in size but known as the fashionale centre of the islandof fifteen thousandjinhab itahtSIINo use trying to describe oily no words can do iit A perfect paradise in point of beauty oranges bananas pineapples cocoanuts mangoes etc grow in abundance overhanging the streets Natives received us with open arms and wOre very friendly We are just on our way today to Larines where the Spanish are fortified We will reinforce Gen Swan in an attack on that city thence on overland marches to San Juan 125 miles away Most delightful climate on earth bfrds of beautiful plum age Very quaint architecture houses most all one story Too much to attempt to write about and my business is waiting Tell people of Washington county the boys are all well John Anderson is also with us and is well Can write a book of truths when we get home if over Thiawill be the greatest country on earth wben it becomes Ameri canized Your friend REEDWILL Fair NotIcel By far the best advertisement of the Springfield Fair we have seen was in the shape of a small dodger which was industrious ly circulated on tim streets here County Court day The circular lwns headed Fair Notice and- bogana follows THE NEWS LEADER had an exclusive and peculiar acknowledgement of a Complimentary Ticket to B L Litsey and Nob Noes Fair to be held as THE NEWSLEADER believed next week The Fair will be held beginning August 24 and continue four days and promises to be elc etc Where lotsI an inacuracy In the attempt to quote THE NEWS LEADER but It matters not The effect is the same and though a little late in the day the management evidently real ized that to advertise the Fair effectively THE NEWSLEADER must be used either directly or iindirectly if not exclusively The names of the board of director were appended to the circular These men are all good citizens of our county but the majority of them have little time to spare from their business to devote to the affairs of the Fair Association Were that not the case we feel safe in say ing that the management of the Fair would bo conducted on a different policy und the people of the county would be arous ed to take more interest and pride in its success THE NEW LEADER since it has bejenj under ts present management has always been an advocate of everything that tends toward the progress and to the advancement 6ivour town dnd county Ourrecprd will b ar us out in this statement 1Weihayp done nothing to injure the success of weivenitthose few lines that provoked the issue of the above mentioned circular The Pair is now in full blast a good show of stock is on hand and a good crowd is in attendance Judge Litsey and Bob Noe are both on deck hud as we romanced in our last tissue we hope they will have a good fair and we believe they wilL Bepablleau Convention The Republicans of Washing ton county are requested to meet at the Courthouse in Springfield at 1 p m Saturday August 27 for the purpose of naming delegates to the district convent tion to be held at Lebanon oIi September 1 for the purposeof nominating a candidate for SWgo of the Court of Appeals r TJ MILLER Chin Rep Co Com STRAYED Strayed tomyplacojiear Mack ville two small Jennets about July 1 Owner can have same by paying for charges and prov ing property p W B HATCHETT Ma1ie Ky- MIS1thAT j STihoSE =CommencinglBimday AUR 28 and continuing oneik a mIs- sion will be given at St Rese church The exercises will be under the capable and zealous direction of Father Leonard OP whom years of laborinthe mis sinnary field bb 6 eminently workIHe will be assisted in his earnest labors by the other priests rest dent of St Rose The daily or der of exercisesduririg the week will bo as follows 8 AM Rec- Itations of the Rosary High Mass and Sermon 880 P M Rosdry Sermon and Benediction of the blessed sacrament follow ed by blessing of religious arti cbS The scope of sermons to be delivered during the mission will be didactic as well as moral haying as their aim and purpose to instruct the IIgnorant to strengthen the spiritually weak to Rive light and counsel to the seekers for truth and to advance those already treading the path way of the spiritual life It is intended to be a time of spiritual enlightenment religious strength giving and renewal of fervor in the allimportant affair of the salvation of souls Catholic and nonCatholic are iinvited to attend the exercises of the mission Alt will be cordially welcomed and will gladly be assisted to the strengthening of faith the re moval of doubts and the resur rection to a new splrltyal life The mission will formally open at the 780 mass on next Sunday Farm for Sale I have for sale a farm con sisting of 200 acres of good land situated about five miles north west of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a gooddwelling barn and improvements More than half is in pasture and the balance under cultivation It contains some fine tobacccyland It is situated three milesfirom Valley Hill postofiicelfBcft railroad sta tl9n and on a good turnpike CM KELTA Springfield Ky TIlE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF His andsimplicityto tho care and skill with which It is manufactured by scientific processes FloSrBwCouponalltrue and original remedy As tho genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CALirbiKHA Fio Sraup Co only knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding tho worthless imitations partiesFOUNIA FIG Srnup Co with the medi cal profession and the satisfaction hasfrlventhe name of the Company guaranty isfarandbowelsweakeningnauseate In order to get Its beneficial oftheCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN JltUlCwsoo CaL LeVXsYLLZ E7 J rVTTOttBiKr THE taU term of the Elmwood Home School begins on Monday Sept 5 For particulars apply to MRS R A MCELROY SPRINGFIELD KY isoi47L HO 0 McOhor4 was in Lebanon the first otthe week lMr Cello Henklo of Bardstown waa town Monday 0 Brent Roberta took in the Lob anon Fair last Frida- yMbeBotGoddaHot Harrodsborg ifl viflltlng Mfaa Lida Qrundy Miss FflrgOflon of Harrodaburg Is a guost at tho home of W M ilayes EMIsa Annie Tom fipaoldlnj of Mississippi Is vlsIUagMlM FlonUtidd Will Hagan and Loola Cain made the trip to Tatham Sunday oh their Vheela- Hiss Edith Clements of Louis ville Is a pretty visitor at Mr G D Duncan Mr Tom S Wright Is here on a visit to his wife and baby at the Thur man House Mr and Mrs 8 B Thompson and daughter Kaoma returned Saturday from Atlantic City Dr Burton and Mlsa Williams and Kont Barber and Miss Neoly of Bards tov tfwero hero 8u day Mrs Roberts of Deataville was here the first of the week to laii he- rdugbter Mra DF Dents Mlsa Louise Sanndars came in from Danville Tuesday and Is the guest of Mrs A H McChord Mr and Mra Mudd of Chicago are gueata at the home of their brother Mr J A Mudd of this place J R Greor and daughters Miasefl Minnie and Bessie of Bloom field were hero Monday visiting friends Miss Pauline Helm Hardin loaves this morning for Danville where she will visit irienda and relatives Mr and Mrs T W Simraa Jr were among the Springfield folks who attended tho Lebanon lair last week Walter Leaohman has resigned as clerk at Tatham Springs hotel the praco being filled by Fred P CaldwelL W H Morgan who has been ap pointed one of tho election commis sioners for the county was in town Monday Mr G Ernest Boydon and sister Miss Florence of Louisville were up Sunday to see their brother E Gray Boydon Miss Katie LItsoy will entertain her young friends at the Litsey homey in the Pleasant Grovo neighborhood tbisevenlng Mr Robert Spaldlng of Atlanta Ga visited at tho home of TWSlmms Jr the first of the week Ho Is a nephew of Mrs Blmma F R L Bottle who has been hereto about two weeks for his health and visiting his friends and relatives left yesterday for St Louis Miss Ella Barton who has been visiting her brother Dr J M Barton of this place has returned from a short visit to Crab Orchard Mr BHRoberteoir of tho Simms neighborhood was oolong tho visitors at the NewsLeader office on County Court day to enroll hia name on our subscription list oftthoaffairs preparatory to moving to Hartaville Tonn where he goes to assume the pHncipalship of the Harta vllle Masonic Institute The boys will give a hop this even tug at the home of O O McCbord A dancing platform will be built In the yard and everything polnta to the af fair being a moat enjoyable one A good band of music has leon engaged for the occasion A younger brother of George Col vln will matriculate at Centre this year Role said to be as good an atholote as George wnawhen ho was hers Dan vlllo Advocatew The above refers to Roland Colvin who Is preparing to enter Centre Cot Iethlafafl JfoToHao for Fifty Centfc Guaranteed tobacco habit euro makes weak mea ironc blood pure fiooll All dnurcUts NEWS LEADER fl a year JOBACCOMARKETS The following are the revised quo QuotationCommittee change at Louisville for this week 1897 CROP- KEDBURLEY Trash green or mixed 8 60 to 5 00 Trash sound 5 00 to 60- 0ComnmnonlugaSOOtO 8 00 Medium lugs 8 00 to 950 GoodlugsOSOtolOSOCommon CommonIeaf 11 00 to 12 00 Medium t1200 to 1400I Good leaf4400 io IT Do Fine and selections 17 00 tq 22 50I COLOny BDBLE- YTrtsh green or mixed r 4 60 to 400I Trash 5sound 6 00 to 2 qICommon logs 6 50 to 7501 Medium lugsh 7 Sate 0 Good tugs 9 00 to 11 00 QOCommonl QOGood001Fine and selections 26001 A GOOD FARM FORSALEI bor91Kyty in Western Kentucky 375 acres one half gentl rOlling the balance rich creek bottom 275 acres in a high state of culti vation 100 acres of woodland bluegrass prows luxuriantly roomyIby forest trees three tenament houses two barns one tobacco barn holding 25 acres of tobacco one cattle barn which willalso house 15 apios of tobacco stable 140 x 4p with 44 box stills caste 52000 never failing well inside corn cribs with capacity of 4000 bushels and two orchards one old and one new Priori per acre 80 It would be cheap at 60 per acre This is a magnificent stock farm WILLIAMS LITTLE 214 12 Third St pwensboroKy THE MARKETS Tho following tabl represents the priced for farm products in Springfield by the dealers therein It is corrected up to 12 oclook Wednesday but Iis subject to variations thereafter on private advices fromfAwnU1edca1enl TTheat per bu to 63 Corn per bu 85 to 40 Oatsperbu to 85 Bye per bn CloverperbsF 2 to 3 35 Timothy pcrbu 35 to J3pHayHayGlovcrpercwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnished fiy the Louisville Live Stock Journal li1 Wost Main Street Lou ISYUICKJ Extra snipping U S0s4 79 Light shipping 4 Ka4 75 Best butcher steers 4 33a4 05 Fair to good butchersteers3 75a4 Sy Common to med butcberateers3 C0a3 90 Thlnrourbttocrs poor cows and 25a3 85 Oxen good to extra h 8 00 Oxen common to medium 3 5Ja3 50 Feeders 4 a4 65 Stockers 4 a4 75 Bulls vi jTMaa 60 Veal Calves 5 75aO 00 MILCH cows lh Choice milch cows l00a45 Fair to good iSOOaM BOOB Choice packing and butcher 2i5lbto lb u f 4 10 Fair to good packing ibO lb to200lb 410 Oood to extra light l00ISO lb 4 al 10 Fatshoat 1304 Ub 3COa3 Fatshoats 1XJl01bi S Pigs 00 to 60 2 23 Roughs 150iUO lb2 40 8HEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 25a3 50 Falrtosood t oUUS Common to medium 2 a8 Bucks 3 aaSO Skips and scallawags per head 00 Extra spring lambs s MAd 00 Best butcher lambs 4 25a4 75 Fair to good butcher lambs 3 75a4 25 TaUends 3 00 PRODUCE Report furnished by IlerndonCarter Co General Commission Merchants 813 Mur rail Oourt and 110 Third 6treetf Lout ville Ky- Eoos Steady Fresh rehandled 0s9o Market firm Best grades alfa choice stock ISallc packing iDaho l ofLTRT Market steady CblCkensbcns Oo roosters 3a3Kc spring chickens per dott aW geese full feathered per dozen 3aa60 plnckedi per dos 3n260 turkeys alive turkeys dressed 8aiOe ducks per perdox L75a22- 5BAaMIchIganbaud picked SL2OaI40 new horns 1100 totlU5 Hiura Olefin salted SaStfc dry salt lOaiac dry flint ISaiOo FuaRaccoon lYos 1 to 4 mink NOL 1 to 4 zOaWc skunk prime black 70a 800 short stripe narrow stripe 20a40o broad stripe opossum SaVto mu krat SaSue red fox 60125 gray fox MiscBLLAKBOCs Sorghum molasses 32a 25e per gal bcesVrax 34di perlb clOTr seed t375a325 per bu onions 375a300 per bbL rags S0a60e per cwt Prime white goose 33a8c gray mixed or old 20a30c- O tojt Bars Red and yellow 4 0afit0 white as to quality fl00a700 DRIED New sundried active demand 2Xo3c- liusn J Home grownnow crop 210a223 per bbl WOILo cat 19a20e hurry 15al8c tub washed 29aSOct black clear 17al8e blAck burry MalOo GntEX ArrtKs Market higher and firm Fancy 300al00r choice 250300 common 2OOa3JiO HAT QBAW Best hay strictly fancy per tomOalO50 straw per ton 400a 450ear corn 34a35c shelled corn in bulk 84n33 feeding oats 82a83c wheat No 2 9ISaWc For the next thirty Days we will nulct MANY DrIves in tvery ItlutrtHiMi WE OFFER IndigoBlueChoice line 5ew Outings froini v5 itNewgrades j Jr t Sco our new line Miifi Stiirt4 Collars Ties etct alluptodai6 styles Farmers Wagons r fi i larger j ever embracing latest Misses Cliildrenrs Styles Bottom prices partmeuc country produce t ifLarge Surreys Wagons a Mteho tt MAYBS v Undertakers and4 twnitwej Je8Iers c cxxxx P We make a specialty embtlmjag wcdtwhkh kIlIa denc by Mi Clenientsi a tecia schooL at ciD Jjbalming and we carry cYcrytfaiQf la Undcrtakiaf gj goods tour Stock is in eveiry 4ctaiL o Calls promptly attcAckd to ky aod nlfft j t f Our stock of furniture is fine and eomfktej sod jj+ you Carpets Mattings Rugs Becktarn Sufe P Rockers Tables Chairs or anything in the fcraiturc linCf gire u calL XX XX = MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD KY = 1 f A EDUCATION j rr- or esj t thi e lIWIwllo ill It of i Iapies 1jt serf tnlalnc ehool itandU In front matb BRYANT L STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY i 6 Shorthand Telegraphy j Write for beautiful book giving teatlraonlato from graduates occupying prominent positipna all over A United SpatesIt will mailed PREP i 4J rT7l POMPSOH LAKE i 2 I tfe For the They handle all kinds of Farming and ft and they carry a complete line of Flue a Buggies Phaetons j Surreys EtC1 i I Thv bllV aDd sll hsy and I grain and all kinds of heeds S l fi THOMPSON 5 LAKE SPRINGFIELD Ar ArI Eureka Saloon I keep constantly on bald six year old MCKENNA WHISKEY made for medicinal i Ice Cili liflr Bur a Tap BIG SCHOONERS C o THOXPSQ1 hlf SPRINGFIELD KY flesiit bDlooll Ieep Clean blood means a clean akin Ne beauty without It Cawmretg Candy Cathar jrtirringtlaT18banishand that eickljr bilious complexion takiwt dnllsiltsi BoysSoftandOur Shoe Departnjent is IIjthan alt the in Mans Ladles and Fall at fi Rock ff Dont forget our GroceryDe We buy all kinds of fstock Buggies Road etc3 our WtlrEs fJ rooms T derfsokkikit L1MINTS AAW= jjCOMPLETE if f want = BUSINESS aheIsi17win liLt Jbla bfIDlmll tietsttho that reqr ookkeeptit the bo 7iG1i IftI v- I HeaJpaitersil h Implements KY AV use by So Completely and Quickly IIF ACDPIJCATEICAE mi f 1 flMh r1 Irrc4oal KT Wr1teeieauey IbsdabeavypikW tJ7 kIdBe7I H4 1S ar Silk Ie a lojgtlme Also bsckaeis wits traBdo Corbld utae tdotttec llaW ia4 aien2 DROP3ICAL OONDiTION the ytem c bf kee4 ISfrewhichi had selrs4 e ys 1Mribs taking your Kidney aHBCkache9Weat tobettrel7reIlbe4 t rrbM meiilc2 bigcosspIdI7aMekf r1111o by nadOfl d iebrissii i5rA avM71 I TtveW t I C13fkfR J1s tI 1I + j fI JOHN TYKE iw IlI i stbk 4 tIk 1 g i iff an at Iipvue JIMf jk tf1f r II 14S I a 55MAfl TUTSMuIssF1L- k J t LI le t 10Ji to ILJC TVrnihuIekwheapeHer5S isa tmts nykliieyjiT shet a estt lure rSWdy FoIsyii y C1tr whic1sunranteed oraesyrsf sd llayddaiRolxrtton Vw 4S4 l r 1 rJ ci 1v I 1 CASTO forlnfants and Children I The Kiii d You llao Always Bought B1ARS 1HB SIQNATURR OF I mc NUAY yoa WAS JUST A FRIEND Fer ears I bad known her Year1 TM since my childhood Playmate w kaA ktw tben acboblmates thea Jrleod AiX watched her developing frOm narrewzInded loutb to a beau ilfolr broad womanhood I trembled Jeet Inttt fIctnre Lkaew she portray d otturperfcL ltappiae i I aaould f ke mj Blng sIiev8 Bta beautr as th world tenij emi bit tho k1ndtpjnhIend trued eharacter her face reftDc1ed were qre beautiful to me than perfect feat JiiL But her voice what a voice it was fA clear rk h nieizo aided By ferfecC czecMtlon born of deep feeling mdptmrerdf Interpretation She held apptfoR ln one of the leading tlAVchM M and there I cbn fIwont to find the sermoa ator titwMtiKf tkaa at my horn ikirch J tfjOjHa brlgkt moonlight SabbaUi as- we trolled home from evening Eervico HiI rf tfI How well Ir Btudlcy sang to1 3ilfkil What a beautiful wice he has 1pvtf 7tiptjMT1 hall been thinking ai well l her voice andkfs blended oreI Mdl awed ahocptinued te iis to9tfantt e We iiou1d kim mor thii any ot the Mkert titku quartet f he BhouW leave us tYulnsl lie1a1 1 royal fellow13u will you go with me Ttieaday to hear CftSBpaaartt His voice is better tfjUttaii orry Ralph but MrjStudlej Mkedalo to aomlHny lilxa that even JK lik IjVerrweU he Ings again Thura t 4lrw auigo thbt and up Iit 4AIded 4rkeibouae was reached and4 as w 5 ered I thought I had never seen hoe ttMklng M welL Her eyes Were bright lwl sfMtrkJln and the cold crisp air 1j Ibrotaif a rich darniUk piaK to her wuad cheek Recaovjng her outer Ir4tLia ttM hall she startsd for M teward the qatar of the pthlor Mi4 M he did so Ltoedher and s lag mprarpi about Jber bent and t cqai ld Ivtcp f tsy ThtcntLon J Bw d her Tes hgkirself away hef face feblaze she l ttu a voIce of deep anger Ralph Morelaud bow dare jou hoW dare yon insult me1 wwbil tvJJ the bolder licauso Qf hot anger started focward and possessing myself of both her hands said t EWe angry with me noTaa shep tItried to free henelf you ehatf listen 1nngry with one whO lloves you better than his life yes bettor than all the whole tforld besides and whose on ambition to make you bis wifojt With a low cry of anguish ahei start ed back I released her then 4 011 Rsipb she said I never thought you would do this I thought greatwA i tears Started and coursed down hei chocks now pale as death Elsie my darling girl dont 7011 ovemor t ti MEpveyouTM ho Reiterated 1ovf- ll hen have J not loved you notIIko that Ralpk not like thatblli1 xiua tieTer o ouv wife In Vain pleaded then a blo thought forced Itself upon the laming it in words 1 said softly Blsie is there onie one else i Trembling she stood thee in the I en ldarknesa I could seo1iow agi tatcdtihe pa asIicaught thefa1u whisper rTes JL ThenJndeed hope died within me and she cbntlaucil Ralph deai frIend forget this Lot us be as we always have been true friends Dont Bho pled let tats spoil Vw frlind ship It shall beuou desire buttls- trsihero co hope for me Whatorthlt ro1her1or ijfPqbr Ralph none This other does not even sospoct that I care for hlm- Wfjjflovlng him as 1 doit would be wrDg for me jo consent to be jrom tj4 j iandrzdfp 1 f3 I anererotisJT When ttndfaff appears tt fc usu aziv rearJectas an annoyance IEI shottd be r gaztedzs a disease ILs i cbiidillonleded leads lo baldness Dandruff shoaldtitcured once The most 9 t foundtof f promotes Me growth of the hair re IisQr5 U when gray or faded to Us a scalpIancfheallbyp ors Iw KreaUrtepableUnlth dandruff nd thirtiBh t tajThalr wa fast tnrsias rwy amaWC t th1ccutIsJffesIeemed nevkabkiatU I began to 4 1hi71lT Kat tyers f7dadrutf baa been andMir aT aad atawy and lest nr colorLASMMe ILf1 j wife Please leave me now you nave surprised mo And I went alone with my grief ldlJlcrtldl Two days passed and the play wai nearly over In theL opera bpuaoi ranathrousreechoed by the terrorstricken peo pIe There in tho first balcony were Paul Studley and ltileMordlnt Jwatched ithora both as the peflpla thronged the narrow passageway They hail not I felt sure seen may and J s Ted to remain close at hand and If necessary nldthem rfb made her wait until tho crowd was nearly ou then they started They were tewateP8 of the door whenP ILightsr 1Elsiel PaulmeljIwas the soft reply made wltlilJ strange calmness A You are quite sure he quesUon bending loir andglvlng heir a quit earchlng look Ja 1 there any danger that we sot otishequeIe1 think not You will trust me es Urely let me beyour protector how1 rhe nodd d astre caine aWhIspe 4 yes now and always Elsie Yes Paul she answered anfl lifting her gently he bore her dowa the stalrygy St81fetiadnoLloved titqiUllPostii Wrsi Kinder Krcflectirely wondcj why man pevcr pays 1 laWIfe D compliments1 after they are marricu Kinder briskly He does betterV Jny dear ho 1 aya her bills f WAS WORTH HAVING i iThe battle of Wcstport was a fiercf and desperate flgKt otf Trl9os retreating army turned southward after the successful raid through Mrourl The enemy came up against them Ilko greaj billows Steadily and threateningly they moved to cut off their retreat All day longthe incessant roar of the cannon had sent a thrill ot horror tc theaoTritEinfeSch of its hoarse voica Th6 deed and the dying marked thC patsof tho amy Night closed a dayi battle that could not soon bo forgotten The October moonlooked coldly dowr upon the hardwon field f As night advanced hero and there It the distance we caught sight of the glimmering campfires We knew the army had sought rest for the night a rest that would nerve the army for deadlier blow on tho morrow t Impatient and anxious I walked bach dad forth nthe long porch thjjt ex tended across the front of tho hbuae hoping every moment to hear some thing of our brave boys who had beet flhappenedflrl j Lucy Eaton our young hostess Was most companionable girl and the cat pedal pride ot the bonus She hdd Just Joined me when we were startled by rapid volley of pistol shots fIreda fey yards from the house That means deathlo some one stU exclaimed as we stood togethersUenl and trembling1 While the thick shadbwi of the night crept closer to usIA riderless horse oped post as i maddened with fright In a few mo- mentS a squad of federal soldiers gal loped swiftly and silently don the road We must see what this terrible fihcotlng means said Lucy aa she Burampned the negro cook Aunt Cindy from the kitchen to accompany us Frightened and excited wo began tc Treconnlter A short distance from the house we found a confederate soldiei shot through the legs and shoulder t After many Attempts we succeeded iti getting him into tho house where Till wounds were dressed He was do lighted to to thus cared for and sal t lie felt sure that ho would be able U Join his comrades in a few weeks The strictest secrecy wop enjoined f upon tho entire household regard In i our wounded eoldier Aunt Cindy es pecially was impressed with Ih4 nccco iity of maintaining a strict silence ot Ithisuicct Laws dmercy she ejaculated nobody kin incindcrate me into tour one word Miss Lucy sholylnow who sifiout taklnj in a half dyln man rscsldo by side wldItLLu y least ways Iso not pine agin her Next morning fearful that some o the stragglers from the army xnlgh discover OUt solQler and talce him pris oner Aunt Cindy stoodin the roadstdi and refreshed them as they passed wit cooling draugiftpf water When the lajst soldier had passed sho commended herself in extravagant terms for the strategy she had used so satisfactorily We lamed from our soldier that hi was a Kentuckian and a colonel in tht confederate army Neighbors ant friends came and went as usual ex changing vlsltsyet we neverRlvylgeC In any way our secret niflcttSeemef almost sacred to us and thbneve entertained the slightest suspicion thai within the home was a Wounded zoidle- constautl attended by a physician One day as I waq sitting at tho wint w a party of federal soldieri on I foraging expedition halted in front or the house Our confederate was dOt- Ing in his chair Aunt Cindy with he j usual thoughtfulness met them at tin pte Cheerily her voice rang out at she postulated with them regardinf the propriety of their making allbera nnronrUUon for themselves 0 Now look here gomaMBs arc sate Tse objectionable to you helpln you selves not cause you aint welcome tt ennythlng weve got but Its klndei hard on meand Miss Rebecca keepin up all by ourselves Pears Iltte1 i would be more fittinand proper foi you to go what yo can git more After much expostulation they seem d Quito willing to go where they could cit more asHhey rode away ant Aunt CindY returned to her work anther guest breathed more freely Tho days wore On weeks mergedln to months and the colonel who fot so long had eluded soldierfi and offlcen of tbe federal army surrendered un conditionally to the bravo little womat who in the dark hours of the nigh bad rescued him from death and ten deny nursed him back to health ant strength One night t stole softly to Aunt Gin dys cabin door and said Cindy can you keep a secret tyou can go to the parlor jyjth wideopen eyes she roSe to net frt exclaimlugIFo goodness I dont know who vise gwlno to happen After a few moments she shuffler throUgh the hall into the parlor Ai she entered she tlw the minister stand lug and the colonel with Lucy besldt himtThe minister was repenting thes words Do you solemnly promise it the presence of these witnesses to lovt I and honor graveShmoved prayerfully When the cero mony was ended she extended her hart thuthonoredMassa Colonel Gabriel blssel couldnt make me tell less rchose Faithful indeed she had been A few days later the colonel soli away under cover of night to join Till old comrades In the south and Aun Cindy renewed her promise again ai to the sacred obligation regarding al of his affairs The rattle of musketry and the roa of cannon ceased at last After fout years of hard fiRhtlng there was ipeat homecomIng Tho colonel ro turned and took his Wife to his JCea tuckv MIDs ZA2- IAN OILSJJflp HOW PETROLEUM IS NOVV CARRIED ACROSS THE OCEAN Zarcett Oil T tik Steamer In the iyrjd Just Been IJinuchodSna It llM the 1J quo Trade 1uTh1ngufl1oug3tSsiuoirat biggest oil tank steamer in the world wIlt soon be launched at Ches ter Pa The Roach shipyards will build this steamer for the Standard Oil Company It will cost about 250 000 Its capacity will be 720 00 gal ions of oiL In other words on every trip It will cirry oil enough to 5000000 lamps and keep them burnlps twelve hours At the present export price of oil the cargo will be worth a little less than 1The ship was designed by John Haug the tandard Oil CompanyJs engineer whdse headquarters are in Philadelphia It will have some unique fea tures Heretofore oil tank ships have been built with ill the storage room forwatd and the fuel bolters and machinery aft The new ship Will hays tanks both fore and aft and the ma chinery the quarters for the mOn et4 will be nmidahpa An ingenious con trivance will protect the oil from pos sible contact with 1lrebT leakage There will be a well between the oil tarfks and the engine room aft and an otlicr between the oil tanks forward and the boiler room These wells will bja filled with water Erich wen will be capped with a small tank on deck If there should bo any leakage of gas oil the escape will be shown on the surface of the water In the well tank on the deck It can be pumped out from this small tank without danger In any event the oil or gas escaping will nOtpeno trato llaterally but will rise TAKK STEAUXlt Another remarkable feature of the new ship will be a fuel oil tank four feet deep next the bottom extending fromon end of the ship to the other It Is Intended to operaW the ship with fuel oil if possible but it this proves Impracticable there are the coal bunk aupplofIwill be watched with great Interest by men Interested In transportation It was used some time ago on tank steamer but unsuccessfully The navy department has been testing it also and with some success A bulkhead running through the ship longitudinally will divide the tank space in half In each side of this bulk head there will be water Ught partitions three forward and three aft which will mako the number of tank divisions twelve These will vary In depth with the shape of the vessel the smallest being twentythree feet 6 Inch es deep The largest taSk will hold 144000 gallons of ijil almost is much as the largest oil tank barge now in service Jnthohandllng of oil there is great danger from volatilization An ope Kence which a workman at the Roach shipyard had with tho steamer Standard when it was being transformed tp a barge illustrated this A tank had been allowed to stand empty for beenlpumped full of water to drive out the gases A very little naphtha had stuck in the main when the tanks were emptied It was pumped with the water into the tank where It clung to the skin When the first workman de- 8condefl Into the tank with alamp the gas from tho naphtha exploded tearing off part of the deck pad injuring tbe man seriously To provide against pitching and shifting of toe oil fixpthbloh thks will boe34 feet 9 Inches deep They will con nect with the tanks beloW through small openings and as the oil In the big tanks expand the surplus will be forced upwards into the decks tanks Thus the lower tanks will be full at all times and the pitching and tossing of the oil will be conffned to the shallow tanks above ilEach of the deck tanks will be provided with a large vent hatch through which the gases from the oil can cape In calm weather these hatches will braised The tanks on the oil ship will be flll cd through large mains laid on the deck and below It There will be four openings In the chief main one forward one aft and two amidships The ship being moored at thd oil camps copI VERY BRIDEI preI preIkinglittlewithoutdangerdiscomforts and distractions incident to childbirth If i applied externally which is the only way to get relief Medicines taken internally t will not help and may ltrslfdend fits and prepares every organ muscle and part of the bady fox the critical hour It IIrobs childbirth of its painsL1 Babyscomingisrnadequick action is doubly bene wholeI1 per bottle atalJdrug stores or sent by mail on receipt of price BOORS FREE containing valuable infor tuition to all women will be sent to any address upon appjicayon b- yTheBradfield i Regulator Co Atlanta Ga pijTe anti engines on the aocK wiif pump the oil Into the main Valves opening from the main Into the tanks will be controlled from the deck and the oil will be turned Into one tank after another until the ship is loaded There will be pumping engines on tho ship to empty the tanks An oil tank Bteamer must be built with the greatest care On other ships of iron the rivets which pierce the hull can be left to rust tight In an oil ship every outer rivet must be calked or the oil which Is very penetrating will leak The walls of the compartments tqo must be made tight or a little crude oil leaking Into a tank of naphtha might spoil It All this care in the construction of tho ship is what makes It 40 costly for its size A Severed Heart A stab wound of the heart has Just been sewed up by Dr Rech of Frank fort and the patient recovered Arcf vent llcldnl Jf strength and ener gy Arro you nervous despondent ir ritublo billion rnhfttipatod and g trio nil ly run down in health If no your Jlrej is Is torpid and n fowvdose8 Ilorbluo will euro you llerblno has no equ4tl an ii health restorer lluydon ct hoburtaun CluIiCouKlalu In cany enough If yott take Dr Balls Pino Tarllonfty ltcutJI the mucous and al lay tthe h11lam dlun bat there is no inclination to cough It Booth the bron vhlalnnnd U atrcntheningilotbo throat aud1nnK All good IruiutistA aej111t = Dr hunter to the Rescue notIhappyed if he is not in the midst oftta political campaign or room1nk Rome favorite for a race JB the time approaches for the election of another Governor prospective candidates are bobbing up all over the state and speculation is rife as to who will be the anal des of the various parties Dr Hunter is said to baye a great scoemeon fobt by which he hopes to anile the two factious of the andIto succeed himself as Congressman from tho Filth District The plan is to nominate exMayor George Todd of Louisville for Governor By this mean Dr flunter thinks all olds res may be healed The Ifivans faction will support Todd and Todd atd his friends in turn will assist rEvans This it will be observed bbIn erson CASTORIAI For Infants and Ch11dren lib KM You Hill Atwit lniW rrBears the dSlTj+JCSignature of 4MX7 UC434 The Appellate iiocc The Republicans of LaHue county are somewhat divided on the Appellateace1 The contest is between Judge Jones and Hon 0 W Lester Mr Lester has been in the county and has erected some well built fences Judge Jones has bad arepto sontativeliere who made many nends lor the Judge and who are going to pull for him in he conventiou It jis not well known who has the advantage n the conteBb and warm work will be done by the friends of The two opposing candidates unless de velopment show that tbe one or the other has a cinch on the yota of the convention LaRue Co Herald 4iuo Roy W B oatlevot Rtocklirjdgo Ga wlnloattonding w hIs puktorut duties at Rllonwuod that state was attacked by cholera inorbus Ho says By chiince I happened tojot hold of nbottloofChittri berlalnn Collo Cliolem add Diarrhoea RemedY anti liavotbo pleura of stating that the half ot one tattle cured mof Fur sale by Hayden ItoberUou I 11111As the belMreoy enables thep mariner to avoid sunken rock and PlnoTarfJlonoyqaence qf a cough neglected U stops the cough and cures the conic for27eTton and for medicine bat everything tailed PinTaMIoarTbU lifeJDR BELLS Pine arlonev r nor other dreg Oitrt relict a guaranteed CUr fort an throat long and chest trouble asthma chUIa it Grippe wbooplnr cougti ffI 4neIgstaluO w Nstp LI Couehi d 25 Year Isnfferod for 25 years wltbacouzh and spent hundreds of dollars with docibrs and for medldnn to no avail until I uaed Dr Bolls PlneTqr Houey Tfala rouiedy makes weak Inripi strotig It has saved my ilfeJ B sdllaniiUburg KdamtaToor flowla With Ctuearottv fororerlocmoi ANk = CATARR H For a generous lOJLENT TRIAL N1ZE Elys Cream Balm cOhtalna COcaine ra rcurjr any Injarlutia U li quickly Abso bed at ones u Including bro r a Ro it opens sod ileanMs i r AlleystiESv COLD IH HEAD Meals and pratteU thy tneatinui lUnturn the ot tat and smell Foil liz We Trial alulDc at all dtuss or br malL KLI IUU11UKUS Warren dtiMt Xewyork fI Skin Diseases oftotterChamberlains is ItchIngandItspermanentcure pileschappednndgniuU1at 1Mbf1dYennlfuge Price33c ilayclort ok Robertson Druggist = 2 YERS i 1- r tsapariIiaI U I is the Jfa f BEST SARSAPARILLA v If Jest w Is an easy boast But theres no1 best Without a test You expect something extniof best something extra in bre ct from best flour something extra in wear from best tlothj something extra in a cures from best medicines Its that something xtra in Ayers Sarsa qualityRemember goodsfortwcntyfIve The Best Preparation for the Blood v Ir I lcIfyou will take my opinion use Ayers Sarsaparilla will guar i antee that you will receive morebenefit by using one or two bottles of Dyers than you would by using haifa dozen bottles of some other kind When they take it I neVer hear any complaint impurebloodIItcures cheaply itcur s quickly and it cures to stay Thats why its best After twenty yean experience as a druggist I consider Ayers Sarsaparilla superior to any similar preparation on the market and 1 give it the preference over auothers A C WOODWARD WorcesterMass In our estimation as regards Sarsaparilla Ayers is the standard We baY neYer rbew it spoken of In other than the very highest terms W TERRILL CO Phannaclits 9 State Street Montpelier Vt Iconsider Ayer Sarsaparilla the best blood pnrifier on the market Dr GRISE CO West Gardner Mass During fifteen years of experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla I have yet tqleam of a 1 J i tiligic cue wherein it faIled to cure if usedaccording to directions F U COLLINS Druggist Path Mo NI believe Ayers Sanaparilla contains moro medicinal value than any other similar compound JAMES DOANE Dispensing CbemlstKlngsville Ont i a r NEW LIVERY FIRM 1f WHARTON TAPPN- pw iBadyyJbriBuBinesft with FirtI rr Accommodations f iI 1 Gob HORSES j J GOOD BUGGIES a 1 i i Special attention given to board and feed horses i i The Bet Accommodations for Traveliajr Me t Jack W Thompsons old tan SPRINGFIELD KY L DONSPILECUR f F rWHY SUFFER AGONY 4When DONS OOMPLEIB PILE oumliaigJIlllnnlA to cure you It Is the discovery of an eKroenfrpBywii NoliteriijfiinifliiiMivThe Jftmm fcuredthousandtand wilf wre MRT S WIbOOXuinent mercxand chief of the OhattanolwaF re Dopaztsy e After years of aulferlnlDOltlS PILE OIfXwa ZpU1Iel fariaglnr your wonderful rtsM to the fttenti m U WW Jerlng vrith plies Price too Prt paM t 4Hiy AsMfMK r DON CHEMICAL COMPANY tCUATFANOOMbTENN toI oemsoNPETr CMjN iselOusiwsuss LOUIVtLL KYt vrlt 1 l Ii J 5ck Home GroinErait Trees We have thousands of nice well groWn Trees Vines Etc for Fall delivery Write us and we will make prices by the next maU J B OBRYANT COUNTY AnT 7 GARDINERBROS DEATSVILLB KY Clubbing6 1 List The best I dgazines and New spapers published in the country offered at reduced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As a special inducement to new Bubacriberaand old oneswho renew we have at no little trouble and ex penso made arrangements with ltael numb ot magazines and newspapers to offer them at greatly reduced rates 10 some casfls we offer yomte NEWR LEADER and the other p blfc tion together for one year at the orioo of the one JNow is the time to begin and here is list o some of the offers WJT- DNxwLXA BR Louisville Post daily i 275 Courier Journal twice a week 150 Louimllc Cooimeicial lady 5 00 Louisville Oommercmlwoekly 125 tiouisvflo Dispatch 1 65 Home andFrmu 140 Fatmen Home Journal U 176 Gin CommercialTnbuno 140 Cincinnati Enquirer v 1 60 Capntry Gentleman u 800 Interttnte Pouliryman l 190 Ohio former i4 150 Independent u 300 Silver Knight 1 St Louis GlobpDcmoorat 175 Century Magazine 45Q St Nicholas 7 B50 Southern Floriat and J Gardonr 150 Mayflower 380 Harpers Magazine 400 Karpera Veokly 426i Harpers Basal 425 Hhrper8 RounuVTablo 2 50 NY World JCnV 175J MnnBoy8 MagazinerMcClurea Review of Reviews 800 NewYork Weekly tribuno f 125 N Y TnceaWeek World 165 Frank Leslies Popular MonthlyS 25 The Arena 800 McCalls Magazine 125 Wo have und Chsmlwrlainii Cough Remedy in oour homa fjr many years and boar cheerful testimony to its yalud as a medicine which huuld bo in every family JoCoUKbs and colds we have found it to be eflicaclows and in croup and whooping ih children wodeernj RJtterfI27lalrfax Haydon ddtobertaon a TIE MEW WAT tk aaJIIte c a1 tlonm W rCI3nE iMliU- such ksa kullft e- sM wla- gfro4ctiuu Wine ceMuaSairj srt- stizied I4IaI ef al1 tM cases a si is dO act reus aIZa satioa Mall JtPfC e- eWInidu I taken In IhoFrfahjf fkuwMiA own home Inmmtu tifckaiMf ipi IfhesItatequires no huroBctlnr ejt nte saydiseaseof emalo troud4mb-nses falling trf Ae whites change e fc womea beautiful byaizbykeepingthe drug torey For aartce 4 jtile Ufflts Art ifciS Th Chtuaoot Mteuiae Ceu aeosTeeuu w 4IJIrJ l use Wine of Crai c mJprsMesadasd14aptala J 4 jTAlLERS it lUCK EYE iiI IIOINTMENT ff- URNNINGMPft ASURC and CERTAIN OUE UteiTIOLD JIY ALL IS Totter Salt 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