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T IiIE N1WL1IUWQ RENTUCKYSEPXEMBER THE SOLDIERS TENTV THE soldier1 lay smiling peacefully Asleep in his tent on tlje sward The moon crept in and said Look at meg i A glariBe JErpm thy sweetheart I bring to heelj But fie answered t I nave my sword 1pPheu the rustling Winddrew softly near i jBreathed round him with whispers light I am the szghs of thy mother dear i Thesighsof thy mother ami dost hear But he answered I have thefightn Then Night stink down from the darkning sky Itound the sleeper and murmured 1tiThy sweetheartTs veil on thy face doth lte1 r He answered No need of lt have 1 r r For the banner doth cover me best v ii 5 The Biver came rolling clear and wide 5y the tent With its silver flood And said I am water the cleansing tide More blessed than aught in the world beside But he answered I have my blood Then Sleep drew near to his tent and low She whispered with soothing breath IamSleepi th healer of evrv woe The dearest easure of man below But the soldier replied IX have death Carmen By Iva In Leslies Monthly for September iWt Witol f I Odds and Ends of Gossip ittft u u uM 3v WOULD In fhe NEWS LEADER of lastfweeki was published an itenijuJLa man thirtytwo yearsofrageywho had lived ollhis lifeat his country home anti had jUSt made his first Tisit to Springfield the only time he had been So far from home Thejcase is rather a remarkable one but tuG school childrens free day at tie fair last week was the occasion of disclosing quite a number of sim ilar cases with the difference that these were among the chil droll There was quits a large Dumber of little ones among the crowd at the fair that day who haSnover beeaso jrarrpm home before in their lives and jto whom thu town the crowjd and the Flying imtchman at thefair were qs revelations of ac new world before their wondering gaze MI ontyoUknow that indicates how hard tunes have been with some of the country people observecla gentleman in discuss lug the matter These chil dren have never been to a fair before because their parents were too poor to pay their way in and they are here today be cause they have been furnished with free tickets as school cull dren and in a great many cass they have been given a free ride io town by their teachers I think our friend has an ex aggerated idea about the poverty of the parents of some of the litUe ones and I expect if the truth were known that some of the fond fathers give entirely too little thought to the pleasure of their little ones There is no doub many an unworthy father wtyoiakes the delusion that he is entirely too poor to take his family to such a thing as a fair but you may count on finding him there by himself every time and the chances are that he will throw away more than enough money in one day than the ex penso of bringing in his family would havd been for the entire time i1 fAiCBNc OfTThO Wash ington Go uppity Telephone jompanyisalocalconcernjvhose business iis DiJanchihg put and Ifrowingrin importance The lo cat exchange has been in opera Lion only rs few months now yet ithas become one of the well es tablished enterprises of the town and a convenierioe without which the business men of the town be gin to feel they would bo at a loss The latest additional line to be completed is the One that gives a connection witliSt Cath eriBtes Academy This line will be a great convenience to the teters as well as to others Who business with the establish ment The telephone company ii mode up of loca business men who put their money ip the en terprise at a time when the out took was not at all reassuring They bave pushed it along until Bow thanks to thelihoral patrojn iga of the local public the lois phone company may be said to be flourishing and approaching pa1tiouceofstockho1drs ariedbvthayment of a div jdend IN EW LAUOHiTThe uptodate woman is now cultivating a new manner of expressing her mirth Mid instead of the hearty Haha it is merely the ex pression of laughter by means of the eyes and lips without any shoWipf teejth Tn other words it is the same old laugh without the noise The American girl ia general has teen dubbed loud tfrom the fact that she indulged in loud laughter top liberally in public places and as an offset to thatcHlci8n1thesoqieymammaslhlLve and disctissed the matter with the above result We have not seen the effect nor are we likely to for the dear girls will laugh ud- and long when they feel like it aiia who will say theta nay U nyThe annual drouth is at hand and a good number of SpringfieldX citizens are repeat jug the experience of years hauling waters Last years drouth was a recordbreaker The town wells failed and the to1tomany wells and cisterns were made but there still exists an insufficient water supply Did anobody say we need water worksfor the town Coughs and Cold in themselves uro not serious maladies Tho most trivial cou b or colp If neglec ted may Ifcad to asthma brondiitla or consumption Thorlchttimo to treat a cough or cold is right ajvay Delay means danger Dr Bells line Tar Honey is a quick cflrea suroouroand a sate cure Siiao Shots With a Oraplionlione The Oraphopbone is to the ear what the photographic camera is to the eye and more for the Grapbophone catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter eating use of a Grapbopbono is to make records of your friends voices to be preserved for future sEe You can catch the story of your jolly friend just as betpld l or the favorite song pf somd loved one just as she sang It and have it reproduced perfectly at any time and afc often as you please Besides thV GrapTbo phone affoWs i onderfn enters tkinment Xh the way Qf repro ducing the muip of bana6r cheijtrasV tic vocal or jnstru mentat sofotstSr ITdivqaftraenJt will returfi so ntucb in pleasure as lhepuVchaBe bt ft iGrapho phone 1t s the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue jJSfb 80 to the Columbia Phonograph Nbv 919 Jjenh sylvania Aye WOsIngton D 0- Bnllard nprfihottH Syrup Is jibt tt iniitureflf Btoniaclr cfbatfoylnj drugs but that a BclchtlScallyprcpar64 rdmedy cures coagas tind colds and all thf oat an41anjj troubles Its action is quick prompt and posHlao 25c tIJaydon if KoLerUou- KJBWS LEADER fi a year A hate to Ecmcrabercd August the twelfth will pass into chronicles as the date on which was concluded a war quite aa decisive almost as rapid and certainly more comic than any other ever waged No sooner badpewey breakfasted off Mon tejoS scjuadron than from outthe scullery the Cinderella of nations emerged Then came Cerveras great gme of bideandgoseefr the immemorial joke which Rob sbn played on him and the sweet effrontery with which he quarw tiered on that gallat old tar Be fore the applause of it and the laughter had subsided the world was treated to a colossal Camara arfce the chemically provisioned and circuitupusly conducted ex cursion to nowhere and back at which history will split its sIdes Yet even the proportions of that extravaganza dwindled beside the incident at truant the pathos of the surprise of the governor who unaware that peace was inter rupted mistook a bombardment for a salute Things such as these are delectable but it will be a matter for individual tern Berament to decidewhecber they are not all exceeded in humor by the magnicence with which Ensign Curtain rang up the au thorities at Ponde nd telephoned then to surrender or die Since the days of Marathon und Salamis since ths totter ani fall of Troynever has there been any thing approaching that Taken with the other episodes and add edt peninsular accounts of the orthVwar as it has not been fought the lot fOFffli a grand comic Sam total wdich may bfr trusted to convulse generations tobeHistory has closed a book On the last page stands written Adios Espania The lady vacates this section for good for her good for ours for the good of all cpn cerned andy for good riddance The Caribbean watches her de departur mutely Prom the rip pie ot ths waters not a Hasta la vistajiscenda JLii thg tojErgntinl sky there Is not a tear It is the end the farewell one parentheti cally rfitfher abrupt the result pi an argument inwhich ior sole support shpJbadthe insidiousness of her leuers and the Ignorance of our commissariat The strain of both has been Heavy yet so quick has been the relief that one may assume that hereafter the Twelfth of August will be remeoxbered even though the Maine be forgdt Edgar Hal tus in Colliers Weekly Brats Tile lilotidlitc Ifr A 0 Thotnns of Mnrysylllo TCJI linsfouuit tt tnoro valftablo fllis6i5liy than has yot boon made at tuo Ifloitdiko For years ho uflorod untold agony from consumption accompanied by hemorr hnscj and ivaaabsqluwly cured by Dr Kings Now Dlscovoivfor consumption cougljs and colds Ito declares that gold i oriittlo value lacamparUnn with this murvolotw cure Wold hioU Jf It Cost a hundred dollars nbottla Asthma broil chills and all throat nod lUliR niroctlbns are positively curcd y Dr Kings Kotr Discovery for consuraftlon Trial Dottlca free at ITaydon Silinbort8onij DrUgfiwro Largo bottles 60 and 100 Gunrnitlcod or prico rofndded Cjapt Sweeney A dispatch from Chicamauga says that Gapt W7 H Sweeney of Co P has tendered his rca ignation Caps Sweeney went into the service with blood id his eye and lire in his heart and now that there is no longer any prospect of a fight ho desires to return to his neglected business Most of the men in his command shore the wish of the Captain and it is not unlikely that the whole second regiment with dtherB will be mustered out those desiring to rejoain in the service being permitted to rer enlist Most of the men are tired of scanfc rationsj hard work fever and monotony which things they were cheerfully will ing to undergo as long as there was a prospect for active service imitfow that this prospect has disappeared they are more anxIOus to return to their homes and avocatIOns it may be pretty safe thereforei iti look ibrthio Lebanon boys back with in the nex fewweeks In Jhe meantime the Second regiment jhas been ordered to HuntsvilLe Ala an4 even this change isa great relief to thq meflLeb anon Enterprise J JBallardfl Snuw Lliihnont will cure fanio Back soro throat wohnfls pnfihR Unilsos cut old sores JLadlca It vfl euro your backache Huydou Bpl rt eoii illlcs anti Sliajtcr The surrender of Santiago left the correspondent without much material for exciting Lows so sensational reports of the strain ed relations between Generals Miles and Shafter the attempt of Miles to supersede Shifter in command of the Sannagp forces the suppression of orders to Miles and Aa whole lot of other rot was manufactured to fill the Old anjd the skill in which the stOries were prepared and served completely deceived the public as to their accuracy It was the common belief after those reports appeared in the public prints that thodifferences between there Jtwo Generals wero- eachwhS irreconcilaole aLd that awaiting the b1tnQr i a knock the chip off of his shoulder when they would settle their trouble in thensual Amerlqiri way These silly yarnsj however have been knocked sky high by the Wash ingtonauthorilies who show from the rerports of these officers them selveS fhat there has not been the slightest friction betwean them nor any attempt whatever on the part of the Commander inChief to supplant General Shafter Or interfere in anyway with bis plans They ate oti the best of terms and each attended strictly to htsduties It iis hbped that that tne contradiction of these senseless Reports yill put aa end to the pernicious attempts that have been made to destroy the good feeling that should exist among the officenjugthlT Army and Navy Panviile Ad vocate sf lirooklyh Y Dec 10 1890 Messrs Ely 13r034I have used Elys Cream Balm a number of years anti find It works like a charm It has cured ins of the most obstinate euro of cold In the head In loss than 49 hburg from the time I felt tho cod coining on 1 would not bo without It Respectfully yours 283n rtSt Frcdk Fries Croam Dal i1s kept hrall driiRglsts FuAcIca 60c trialsizo tOe o nwU It ELY lioSB M Wnrrcn atrN Y qty A Uaarrhold Ncceasirj oIaihiat4 bo vithnuoley colic Cure for alrHovrct conTpi lloydon Rohortson 1 WITH OUR 6 UR1ERS Notices stock seed or RTaIni anted or for sale qeexchanjEA Inserted jJn4 tbltcol nmn rasa or cninon Farmers are re qaeatodtosend Jnstocfcorcrop lteinifei pUbHcatlpn One thousand feeding cattle have btien sold In Hofdln county for dctoije delivery at4 cents ALeCthis titaotfold about 700 yes at J per hbidji AmonR tna Bales ico 75 to 1Vitl Baughman Stanford 170 to Wood fiatchott Waahlngton copnty j 70 ttt Barnes Knox 100 to Will Delongy Daflvlllo Advocate tfiMr Belli an Ohio buyer stirred up the boys on the Lanoas tor cltfclo mar ket Monday lit a few days hd line bought 129 feeders at four contffj and expects to got moro The best sale of mules raaG Id this County for a long time In factitfco best vo have heard ot IffKontncJcy for quite awbiier Was joiiido tiy Mr Joe Phillips of tfaju city Monday whoa ho dlspoepd t ninetyfour head atari average ot 8J40 per Bead The purchaser was Mr USury Oroxler formerly of Nelson conniiir antI the mules were bought for thejgoaibern market Such sales as this Are an encontaglng sign of theImprbvement of the times and adevldenco that good 8tockwm always bring fIr prices Marlon Falcon ij tX Itil dispatch from Danville shows that Intelligent fanning lisa not alto ge iher played butos a burinesn Boyle county mOn will thlsj fall get ft gbo deal otmoney In exchange for faacy export beeves thit are now fatten1ng lathe vicinity of DaavIUe Afe attof NewTork Chicago and Baltimore ex porters have already been looking over the various bUnches but so tar only a few eales have neon made These cattle when totdiSare ahlppei direct Jk Niewport News thence to Englano to appeai1 Ini steaks arid roasts on the Britlshetei Christmas table the fame o tho bloegraaa beet having already put a jr mlam on It in that cpnntrv Uoyloa fat cattle will put over S100OOQ In the DanvWe banks during the month of Octpber Bnckleiis Arnica Salve Tho boat Balvio Ins the Avorld for Cots UruIsc 8orcsUlccrarjUlccrs Salt Bo- urn Foyersor iTOtt r eli9cdbatcS cilWaIns corn aad all nklli efuptlpna and posftlvoly rcdreiivPil or no y required It IS guarantocQ to gtvo per feet eVtrsfacilon oruijoney rpfandod Price 25 cents porlMJH atlllavdo 4 H jb erUbu i ueHtoio I REPtTBLICAN CONVNT1O1SL The Republicans of Washington county assembled In mass convention at the CbUrlhpusetn Springfield oh Saturday Aug ust 57yl8i98 at i oclock p m pursuant toj the call of the EQ pubUpan Gomroittee for1 the Third Appellate Coqrt Kstrict of Kentucky and the call of the Republican County Cpmnjittee Washington county The con vention was called to order by Thos J Miller Chairniaaof the County Cbramittee On motion ol John 0 Thompson John W Lewis was unanimously chosen Chairman of the convtmtion Thb Chairtnan Stated the object of the convention On motion of Thps J MijlerT John ibcmap sone was unanimonsly chosen secretary lion W P Keiliirk otfereA the followng resolullbns and moved the tile adoption of them as a wholetF- IESTJ Repolved tho EepubU jcansiof Washington county In con yontlon assembled thatAva pledge noW our allegiance to tim principles of the Republican party asset forth In iihe piatf briri adopted at ihe national convention of 1890 v SECOND That we Indorse the able patrIotIcadmlnIstraUon 61 Presi dent McKlnlevj the wisdom nnd prn Qdnco holing exhibited in this tryjng ordeal of war through which we bay Just passed and Rejoice that under his leadership eoctlomil lines wero obliterated party differences were forgotten and tour people TalliedI ar u done common flag jf glorious achievements pit our army andxavy that have commanded th9 respect and admlratlonof tho5 world that have caused victory to crown omr banhera and have driven deapotl I from the Western world and advancedI the principles of universal Uberty FOURTH That we approve the call of the committee of this appellate district for A conventibn to meet In Lebanon for the purpose of flQlecHng a Republican candldatb f0r the position of Judge of the Court of Appeals FIFTH That wo jcpnBlder the pfflce the most responsible within tho gill ot the people of the tate and np predate the Importance ofr having itt fllledbya mMi of7 integrity ability Sfrrilt That In Judge WW Jones of Adair county wo recognizo tlrue and trledJRepubllcaa man of learn log ond eagerlbc legal attainments and a mim wbOBO whole oxperferice npon tb6 benehj as well as hla eupelrlor legal atta1aieits emlnently quaIII3 hiss tor sefcye the people of the etit in thMblbVpsIUopvnd w jntkact our dfegat 8 to the Lebanon conven iptto past jthp vote of 7aaahigton i cpniityS8a unit for hlm ijndyto usa alj hoVorablp means to socnro hla jtfqmlniitlon oa long as hia name is ijofbro the convention SEVBHtMt That the following per eonff b6 ajppripfced delegates iron yMhlngfam punty lor ald judicial district c nvpntten at Lebanon to eJncandIdatel forJudge Pf the Court tif Appeals namely T J Wjby VP Hall John G Hpwell George Scrog am WiH Morgan W If KeglmlftJSoprgj Lamberf S P Turner J S Cpylje Tom PJpeSj lress Dawson Jot iO Thompson 0 B Fllhitreau JathiBiIaysLytIo E yt r lMbreViJJJi Wharton Daniel Olerafents J Waters Pranfe Brcoka JoHnv Htndren Pina OPeiiwIok Nat Thompson B FDoats Martin Berl dinar and all pthet good Republicans PPWaahlngtoii counts who may do sire fo attond Tbosu J IktrtfeV moved to amend the seveiiWesplntipns by addinto thorn tHe following iptiResqdTha bcpublIcans Vaah1ngo coiuty4edor c the clean blo patrIeUei1m4weasfu1 adminla- tratlon of tka SMjovrnmentby- Uov Bradley Mr NolkIrk scicepted theKZt nmezcfmen amendnient Wflhtben unablmously adopted by the conventiOn NP moved toaeittbsYift nf said reao- lulloii UI rl friact1ng the votm of WsMmiegt cousy to h cast fft sid district conventions umutfor JL4 W Jone- of A Ir pt7 1thfi rioist hattoiL for Judge 0f the Court of Appeals byatrlkig out 40 auch of laid re9oatk M Instructs the v te of eahi cotnty to b casJMHiBltfor said Jpatefor said ncmlnatipQ la said district convention and instructing la lieu tliereofi thin fblpwl Dgi That th the Intiest of harmony the delegates pf Washington county to paid judicial district convention as between Judge W W ifdnoS and Judge 0W Lester be Instracted to cast the vote of said connty in the said district cpnventlpti so as to give to said Jones onehalf of the whole number of votes aald county ofWaAh Ingt nla entltkdlo casht said 1coa volition and to said I errpaahaft of the whole ammber flFjvo4wr caoflty iis entUted to cut In s tcl djj trlct convention Said amendment was unani v v qu wMeesA throebticoic LADa1anek thefareaE et buycNet JSfw cjompariy mouslv adopiedJJT the conven ti n Thos ir moved tp amend thjMSevent and list of resolution bf addvig the nante of Johh W Lewjls oneof tfie delegates of saidUttib sid district con vantion Said Dei kirk accepted said amendment and same WAS unanimously adopted by the cpnvqntionr The said resolutions as amendid as aforesaid wet1 thed unanimous ly adopted by the convention Thos J Miller moved that the Louisville Commercial and the yrU hinglon Cdtfnty Nfiwsh IiEAbERbe respect nil v requnsl ed to publish the pruceedingsof this conventinn Said resolution was unanimously adopted and tbea on motion the convention adjourned JOHN W Lewis Pes JKO QTHOMESOKi Secv Jlfrcrojs more catnrri in this section o opnti thnp nUntlierd1neasrspOt tfjothor and uni llliolristjrcflr years was supposed tobo jntnrablc for a groat inany voni8docfop pronounced a lhi caldlsoasc anclprc8crH od local rcmedft and by coimtantly fal ling to euro with local treatment pronoiiticed it Incurabip Sdflnco ha r provcrf afHrrh to to artitiHtl tational tlVcnsa iind therefore rctjutrwi eonstltutloiml trrntmfjot Jlalls Calarrli Ciirplnnauraitur alJjfrB j Checnfty ACbH Toledo Qhlo JaJli6 ortly conijtlfn ttonai remcdy jn tliO uiarkbt 4tia WJcpri Internally tnnlo cs frofn Ia drops Tha tenipooiifiil It nets ilin tly on tlmWpod and hju ous ur fnios of thjp system Tuby onbr tioiuinlroddnlliirs for nny tt sa It falls fo euro Send forclronlari and tus tlmohlals Addrcss ihoeneyttCojpeJo Soldby Druggists ISo alli Tamlly Pills aretho best EYeI7TOWll e Altar A sponger ksmartAleck St A Blatherskite Its rich men 4 Some pretty girls A weather prophet Aneighbojrhcod feud Half a ddzenlnnatics ri 4 lustice of the pBace J A manwhokoowsitlSllv One Jaqksonian Democrat More loafers than iIc needs Meiiwho see ever dog ffght A boy who cuts up in church A few meddlesome oldvwromt Ahiug that ArWI4OWerWbiat0oyifoi- bisage Sbma men who make remarks about women A few who know how to jjan the affairsof thecoiuntry A grown young man who laughs everyr time Jie sUvs any ti1WSri A girl who gcesfo thapQt pfficd every time the mail conies A legion of smart Aleck whS can tell the editor how tof run his paper SfiorQS pt menr with the cabpDse df their trousers worn smooth as glaSs Amani who grins when you talk and laughs out loud after be has said q somothirgExFree Sonl your oddro 9 to ILE Bncklen fi und get a Jreo eatuplo box of Dr KlngNow Llfo PlUs Arlni cwlli jqojU yinco you nf their m nrt ts Theso pIlls pro easy in action anil are partlcUJarly offec tro In the cnris of cpnstjnatton and sick liwdiKbo For toinlnrja and liver irojubles tlroy navobcenjirqypdin valuable They nto iffanfocd to 10 perfectry free frlm evory deleterious substance and to bo pnrclV veRfitajble They do not Xveaicfin by thelracrtoivbnt Iy giving tone to the stpmaijh und bowels greatly invlgomlo th ryslin Regtiiac nIo 5c perbox 1p1d liv flaydnnt Robortsqndrpgl3b The Jiobson Kisser Uow in Dcraaiidr Miss Emma Arnoidr the B Louis girl who kfssftd I w Hobson Is re pog the benefits offarne The diecora pf lbWIehiia county Kansas irihau writ ton the young wpfiin Mkiiic ki r to assume phatge of th wosea departmeat of tee fair aid wr her price Thiv ay agremt many KMM people ifNiMixiaus to see the Ups that klased HoJbt irOns and they know she w aid beia drawing carL She has refused tbe offer for her mother fs very Wi U yad such inducements as offered kf the directors pt the LKWHM county fair biive ap allttreewal for her It H4IT1IePp Wdetisu6cikgfraWsirsieSM our throjit sndnng 10o t e dote of FolevVliSwoy TM itt tho ebreafSkVfllfrbe seice reIIsit Sarm grctefiiL feehingad hiealing tho i1art cted wllbe and you will eay Itfffeels so ifondjlt lie spot Jt js gijarate rf liav11 UUberbton 0 tkows sS yC sri hL 6MNiL4 is YlX ii MtllION1cEWS I From The Enttrptho Capt Sweener oft1gmaNyJ4 has formally tendered his ealg nation to the War Dejjartmeini as Captain of Company Ff Scre y ond Kentucky and is Bowy hone The Cnpain looks el and hearty and appears ttiUplr the better by his short war ex Jerjences Deputy 0ollect r john A Buirr ton assisted by his brother Couct and Josoph tTjirbgiD jBtado ir nittliV on a moonshine distillery Jfcflij westerrr end Of the edMtfjrBear Ray wick rf the Jattly rtof this weeks A flee il4iV considerable Qawttrty ol k3 and singllBfgs were Seerojtj 1 No arrests were t dt tte oft store beiag aLsetpA bold atteexpl atai1 deliver was aide Tieeiiqr e1fciiD f j f JhOtflai Md Jftfik lvijr ipriothcoi toriioned for breattia feu tfce pustt QlttceJaiBMtf tl latter Joriak lug without tioticc ayeyerein the old part erf tin tstifjail taller Clark ppeeiMl thrwqrf the jail to Walt owtlt piieoi lit 950 of the nelyd cek WhlJo thee eVcbc 6biir V kutile corridor amid iHfW e tIe eve5ot makiag ae xit tbroel the outer doofi whet Jarteir Crsaw theffl rushed tor tM dotvr sod shut it vktfeBtljv TlKMba r was hekdedofF put Batl toi i Mud S gait biW1 the JMWT W passage to fLbertt A mveti Ifcljer aid tbIty ytieeiir wl miiaye ai i CWlf toejwd witfcli i 1 MrW1 ollewly toos part i tie4JBK ago poised tpoitK Lsbetlltt jtondjay on hi5 way IKNM iif TayJor county Iis baU he was wounded in this eWeHlHF Irtfm the sitta of fcieii Jw h still carrying his JteAt Mi fln BLa ao orrt M liEtwea very JnterestWSf Mttirae the deadly baM sbriiek KIM bowaa1ui ahd b r to tire st tli4wbst hit felt a sharp a in his leim shoulder IbabelI ires kiir- bjdy througbsdtgWsQp vhe battle be atf be W Ulty ear txidgesln his belt At Lbs titbowaswoiridpdheeA iw left oToDae 1f1tiy Guarlmtcedtoiaeco 5bit iH 5I5bSNSSP sya strong Wood Jifire SSSJL FIb is the title cia very hsacd by tber cfcnab lttWMrima titiul Raflway Cpt1 otb e4sreortaidng itaf It be 4i interest Itf tfao i4iohsI4at aiienStQ the amatent jt wt bSWnay address esi recet 14CSM o for postcjBe Agres4kv B a1Oenl Pass Agnt mmiep I n Does Baby ThHwT tad ikkry sad ifi fcoi 4MC Dot BOWrHH lly put fPlMa- or twenty dro t df Scbttv JEmufcion in its bottlctk or fbr times 1 day end jou will tec a marked change we have M ifeM tttv proof that tfccy wtQ tkrivc on thtt efatthtoa when otJNT food fails t9 Booriali thm It k the iiflifrVi Urgw chikken thit are te t it a ntmmer al in wtiiterl iiiiiiiip Piv kTE WSLEADERy DIr7t l trftIB IKISLEADER 1fi ifc E L DAVI- SONf tJR VJ I THURSDAY SF3V1 ii 1893 J I TM T ir Affair I i The list issue of the Progress p e it iBOcLa labored effort from fi th art who bids being 2 a ser Qft ag 1VQI S inio a card writer of krgeJ prt Yt1 1iv sever 1 eo4d ed iit good policy for a M wsmr to Air its bwiness l feaUeittife editorial columns ySr Io Ui rscs ofJM genI J l11Jv trQubles enough of ttI the own and as a rule they s L dp not car th read the bu inesii bcontiovtrse ot Anyone t We iT1t therefore apologize f t9 ourlreftders in tthe beginning r NpeapdtJthat We feei called upon itt jus i ice ib the NEWSL APR to correct some gross mlsrepre JI J t sentationsf contained in theIt ttbovBmentipned card Tse would J l the matter dropsfar as our reads are concerned Jj Jn t efirpt place wO regret j that we areianajjle to bettor en t lighten the public as to the ctfaae of all of this outburst oIi wrath which has been hurled Ti agstinst us Two eksgotbefNEWS LEADER f eItbeI Matt the item an1 wo had no f1thef1 mit but we dout see vby Bob should kick Tnt he does He iieniea the parentage but at the ame time rushes into print in a af j fatherly wy oi1 fend the fair t iwidits aEirs He attemptsto show our grievance against ihej I Pair Company without our bay ing said Jii t we had a vnce biSo 4 0 W the na ii if policy ptrsu4 by the manage moreplainly than we could r Jfi wovidikayi done Hebrjngs 4 itouta fact Which we had not mentioned that the directory icAemnlyl agreed in session assembledl an in resppnse tQ lflNuest1orAI advertisement that tbe board after discuss i ing the matter came to the con 4elusion tltthQyivould like to iave Ibe ad but that Mr Dayi- iaoumightinsertthesameinlnsi papersritbont charge inasmuch as aiiof the members of the I Tbo wererpatroBSibf his paper and also in view Of the fact that itTpw a public enterprise etc Wehsuyie had occasion several tiimes dnnnj war ten years ex 15 a n wspaper pub I Kftbftiv to wish that our income wa large enough toenablerws iQiffi away advertiSing space afcjpen we heard of the pitir 0 jiirpll from that board Of oVi r i rccriwel were moved with i enterIia jHise altogether It is run n 1 business and for profit Money I iis spent in adverfising ifv and t the people who attend pay for1 t what they get rrroeV among other things r 4t his card that arevirrevelent fp thocse attemjptswtogiveaaJ history of the printing of the L fair catalogues and in doing 501 vJJia Jt Sa statement that is pur kiposely misl ding He says Jhat in 1896 and 18fl we received r 1i and l6u for printing tie cattt which cost themlbjues company p jii this year only 85 The plain factsiabout this are In theyearsI meatidned we uIlde tQOkthel of the catalogues forjjpublishIng50 per cent of the gross amount J rcceive4 from thaadvertisements We did alt of the work of solicit lug andatjranglpgl the adyeris ingd iSrftte3ftltg fi is sued by Us and the Fair Corn- pany didi qinglujireceive5bi per ceafc of the grossireceipts- irbtti the advertisements In other wbVdsi we paid tto Fair Q teiyZ5I1d6troS el theoyar for hoprivflego k ofpuhhishing ts taloguQS4TWs y attbecas5 was lanentirely dif er0it one The work was let ip tetlia 1owestbider who gte jtodothepdntingou1y rrhework- f r 61 itithe dvertisemeI f 1QOOeb1 thq Fair Cow P ny 5Tkls is Tha true stata i ment Of the case as all of the S tiieniPtd1- f c InrJ isd Ittfor stJiTna without RaooeM Atut We I t1hkyerreIi QhertJ g andthe p i t 1 111 I i CruelKnif t It Is absolutely useless to expect mtrgfcsl operation to cure cancer or any other blood disease The cruelty Sf Inch treatment is illustrated m the alarming number pf deaths which re sult from It Tue disease is in the Moo4r unjl hence can not be cut out Kin times put qf ten the surgeons knife only h fieps fteath Jt7D bad PSt nailgnd 1 loj Wklch the doctor wld an operation M ne HJl1ope Theoper Uon U Mrere RLM 1wM ne to eat down JwboH an erape IL Before a greakwhlle the CaD err rrtnrnea and be rapd17We remedies without re Hef bedfinally upon ola friend dectdeI to try 6 8S Swtt- tSecIflcj and witir the eeoond bottle lie begun to improve Af tor twenty bottle bad been taken the Onncef disappeared entirely and hfrracured The pure waflapernianent one for hels noweventeejveareoldftndI has never had a sign of the dreadful disease to re tore z3ir1uocu ZflouStDaUax3S Absolutely thc only hope for Cancer is Swifts Specific isssror Blood goesItQforces out every trace of the disease 8 S Sjgtiarhnfeed purely vegetable rind contains no potash piercuryj or other jntnetaf Books on Cancer will te mailed free to any nddrcss by the Swf t Specific Co Atlanta Ga I 4 directors jcnoWf an lS the wheJlheIlDlhis card in an effort to makea 1ingrandstand play for the pub and jplace us in a false light lWC wish to say in conclusion to the statement IaudinreSponse rf NEWSLEADER lcard to the had bon told that it had made a 19fiitself in its disparaging remarlcs about the fair thai if Mr Hoe has found a man that told nsf iWe jhad made a fool of ourselves on that occasion we would like to seethe gentleman Jiiie is produced we will cklI him a liarl the clj1guqrant e HH gfnsuited TaB question as to whicn regV l nffr 5 ments shall be msLerdoutQiI f i service and whiuh shall TefnaVn is b9ingi agitated and the men atidthoofflcers of Lbs Volunteer ar ilmy are lakio ji Hand in the discussion Asa ryile we find vtthat lha officers who lLdaw- fatsalaries ndJluvq very little toaoarllbfavot of emainibg in the service fdran indefinite period It ppssibiei although the warts Qve tH but tlrjegpoor private whosepay iifteagreandf lybo is compeUe w put npwitliall the diS1aselthan wiUijg to be feBt lo their v several occupations These men in tha ranks show true patriotic spiritt A great many of them left comfortable homes and iJrof table occupations at theiri coun trys call and were ever ruady an d somool them did endure tne dangerof battle and the hard ships of batnprllfe withDrJfa mnr niur so lotig as there was a need oftheirservices Bat now that hostilitiesi have ceased fibey are willing 10 go home It is not so hojrever with some oftho com missioned officerpqoits a number of whom are now eojoying a soft ersnap than they have ever en countered before in hiving an feaay timein camp and drawing their salaries from Uncle Sam The claimsi of the boys in the ranks should be listened to for they tire the boys who were there to do the aclUQl hard work and fighting anyway ACCOUNTS coming from the jsoldiersl themselves and from U Qratohy ro points in dicate a terrible suffering caused from Incoapetoncvrand Neglect at tliemlUtaryhospltals at Cbicff TheseiaQuu4uyei l1 fgroat pub Uc indignation to ba expressed that thetsoldiers who badso vul ttautly vouuteered inthoir cOhn tirys service shiotiiId be4 allowe3 to die like sheppf or th want of ptoper food and attention The have also caused tOvbS seton fooi official investigation by the- dapartmernat1 SVbiugton Stv ral oMcial reworte have been Bade so tar they an beIng vtolbe HT ct tint tb4 caiips atc la ajI vlIroodl T Uw l jEor eowulainU Theea otIciall ay report t8 f the 71tberf rw ri buti r a lfc has heard top maTij pf disiress come from the l suffering soldiers not tn believe tna 0ier is a screw loose some rifaeretand thattbere hits been muo hXunnecessarjy su er ingy rT ti Jamong jDursoldrerboys innc Irritation lsihnrlnict t vcon sit in p t ion Dr BelIPlibTurHoiXvilLiu6 itailti Ciyosncli sireiiRth to the Jungs Uurtn cong h or rcoliVwnrriot8cttloihere 25c an1gsioddrt1ghts Booker T Washington is about Mshijewd a colored man as can be found In speaking of his race besatdacOarrace is in too bllira harry 1pe preacherl wantthe title OtD 3e before they know dtvfnity Almost every fadnate in the English course must be addressed as professor We want a biography before we have lived Some want to take Latin and Greek who do not know the personal pronoun ini English Some want post offices who do not know how many stamped envelopes to give for 11 cents Go to the farm stick to the farm We do not want to govern the country until we learn to govern the home The Successful l Remedy for NASAL CATARRH must ba nonIrritating easy of application and ono that will by itt owjn action reach the inflamed anti diseased surfaces ELYS CREAM II ALJ1 combines the im portant requisites of quick action and spe cific curatlvo powers vlth perfect safety to the patient This agreeable remedy has mastered catarrh as nothing else has and both physicians and patients freely concede this fart All druggists cheerfully acknowl edge that bit the acme Pharmaceutical skill has been reached The most distrcs ing BympUJms quickly yield to it In acute cases the Halm imparts almost instant relief By Absorption Cntarrhal sufferers should remember that Elys Cream Balm is tho only catarfh rem edy which Is quickly and thoroughly absorbed by the dUeased membrane It does npfcry up the secretions conditionIthou to limpid and odorless and finally to a natural and heallhy lneter charii m pl 6 o n uullltOro or by tending 5 cents to py Brothers 50 Warren St Now York it YUlha mailed Pu14 directions with cachpackagQ f OrenmiBalm opens and cleanses thp nasal riassagea qllaya Inflammatipn thereby stopplnppaln in l ead hejils and pro lecta the membrane ana setorcs the senses tt taste and smelt The Balm is applied directlyinto the nostrils Jlcrw To Win If you expect to conquer in the bntilo of today you will have to andlsteadV know such a man was born Tbe man that owns the acres Is the man who plows all day and he that keeps a hamcerinp the man thats here to stay But the wall who advertises with a sort j I Vhofdoesnt worRThe man gets the business uses brainy print tars ink jnoc a clatter ur a splat f youttbinkij built stock and the luturo of bis business fs us solid as a rock A 6RITML TIME LDuring the Battle of San tiago SICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DYer The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were al Heroes Their He roio efforts in Getting AmnrUUon and Rations to tho Fron Saved tho DiY P K Butlor of pack train No 3 writing 23cJUJslWeviulent furtii and when wo Iandtd bad no ti mo to seo a doctor font was a ease ot rush and rust nlpbt pud lav to keep the troops supplied with amaultion aud ratlonH but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera Khd Diarrhoea Remedy we were able to keep at vrarli and konp our heaLth in fact I sincerely bollovn that at oliecrJUcal time this jnoklchio was indirect savior tp tonrarmyj for If the packers hal been unable to work thcro would have been no WilY otgettluK sup pllesjto the front Tttera irpro DO Tdad that a wngon train could usp f My corn redound myself laad tbe good fotlubo tq Jay 3n supply ot this raedlclho before we left Tvnips and I knowinrpnc Isofl Jtabeoiutclyijavpdruyllfe Tho above letter was written to ibo inunnfRctinent ot this nl lne tho Clianibrrlain MedIciOCo DeibiMea la For salo bf Hayddri Itobprtson Itcfruldrs anii Voltmlocrs A taU regular wflra filoody bandageiirdund Ivtslioad topped to talk iUSi ilsBdbehd been ordered back to tha dlvrs ff lone ho3pltal Waxibg entbiSi astic be ezclaIneiUtr tfell yez boys wore knocking the spots out of them Oyer where rVas iI could see thai big dy nainile guirof Itlkie Rough Riders and I- 4lEit wa8Ja dandy Acrost frotn out tremhes up on the hill wer6M them Spanish cnn6n lerytlmeIoD 1eldeadItOld DJIl pipe of theirt nypamite gun out between the s d bags aud off sb twent like a little popgun it was jest like to ifan earthqnBke bad struck bSpanIsbatte- Mud blood and cprruption wnf flying up in the air ard then the dyi waXtB 4gpt ped off again dr the jjjBxk wi fifew them Spanish gunner jquilt shooting But the Rough Kiderswenferjgbtbn an3 1 lajl i z they are all right iSh iyrV jfsl as goodis ui Edwin Ethron Jr in Colliers Weekly fneJlertit rkMh Syrup CuonttceI1ofll tdaltsttu id iri Rroja 1397I snM1lnt ral8 Of ilr tnnst tiieibIDe Jhnvo suffered quite a pretit f6ijfroni sick h ttdaclmO the result ofsod i IhcrnndJtrzbes and my headaches are stopped J C Boone j astor if E Church Watojrs A Browne baIlieveYoung Brown will be a candi date for Governor says the Etown News He has not said positively that he will run but he is in consultation with his friends in all parts of tLe state with the view of making the raceJt He Is today as much of a candi as a man can be not to be fond ally announced At what he considers the proper iime we believe be will announce himself He is in fine physical condition to make the race and is very well satisfied in bis o nmiDd that he can win the nomination If ho enters the race he will cer caoditdDtCit Browns entry in the race will break up a jgrept many calcula tions tbatiiave been made u- p1biLFarffl lauds FOR ITSNT iI desire to rent fur the year 1899 my farm near Fredericktown AVaehington county KjM consist ing of 450 acres about 100 acres of which is as fine bottom land as can be found anywhere The aro two largo residences and one good tenant house on tho place also good outbuildings Will rent the as a whole or divide it into farmII For further information cull addressMRS M L CONNOR Frederick ton n Ky or L II THCRMAN Springfield Ky Bongold III Auff M 1895 J ani subjaottocrauips und have used maui remedies but find Foleys Colic iuiie bcafelheiri nil WL Yen- tlfaydoirt Untie tson Berkshire Pigs for Sale I have for sale Hree find Berk shire pigs two male and one female SAM E CLEMENTS RICE AND PEA COAL To IM thn Material in Dirt heals of the Coni QoKlont Quite a largo quantity of rice coal la now going to market It costs at the mines 25cent a tpn It Is the che3peat fuel in the woild or Its kind but tho railroad corarinies charge 135 a ton to haul it fifty or one hundred miles RIco FOal the product of the dirt bank Mountalt or coal dirt ob struct the anthracite regions near tho collieries and moa have set up big woshcrlcs whore tho water supply is adequate and wash out and qcreea lout the hue particles of coal until theI pure fuel as small as rice clean and burnished comes to tbe surface on big platforms and is dried for the market The washers can produce this rice at about 16 cents a ton and their coalI la 10 cents a ton The washers satisfied with the profit but they are hampered by high freight rates Tflicet So Is buckwheat the next size to rice nthC1commerclsupposed to be so munch Commercial sizes of coal are Rice buckwheat pea chestnut stove bro kon steamboat and lump Tho usea oMump and steamboat coal large sizes for ships are well understood Stove and egg or broken are used for cellar A t heaters and chcttnut for kitchen a ranges JJany people do not understand the uses of tea coal and at thia time when wlriter fmylng is thought of thestudvciyor rca iiodl Is interesting Adw yeara ago very little pea was sol L People said it was dirt Now they have small pea and large peaLe Both sIzes have sprung into a large demand And the sales are in creasing as the subject la understood There are hunded of amillea ln thisu COitIflYyimo burn pea coal 1n their cl i l lar heaters Some who understand flf lug a heater use pea coal exclusively Others mix pea and stove or egg gether and use It in that way FreII QuerJUy pea coal in Spread out on top to IItIdnweUIIi li Very few families vlthlna radius of thiityflve miles from the anthracite coal regioni burn the oldittme chest c nut coal In their kitchen ranges Theyc aWe 2 ton and buy eagcQal which ftigoeitfti1tIo coalI dealers iwhO lay tblsvis n6tBO Br6cesslni iind experienced housewives l sftlfis aVlacti JTea coaj for keeping anr all night Toi tth JUtcfiert jsjust v ti J l e BtCitnMjiqtiS erat i flut us mestiOipurpbees gera1ibut the people ire turning iaftcntlbit to Jt right in the anthracite coar country lQii because loft coat can bo bought at 2 Mon delIyeredndther Jis more heat in a ton of soft coal than intwd tons of buckwheat or ono affd it half tons of good jj a which costS f360 a tort Were lit not foJ the smoke housekeepers would surely manufacturers stop nlInT entirely and take tip sort coalriceII kitchen manUfkcturerswhoi range and cOllar using heater buckwheat mix It with leetrlctfr In the IMttllpplnei Mr I D Hilles of Yokohama Vhlle In New York and In a conversation with a representative of the Electrical Review gave ft nttmberof Interesting facts about the Phlilppines Those islands should by all means remain in the possesalori ofthe United States said Mr Hilles Their com mercial pOEslblllUcs and native re sources are almost unbounded The sharpest competitorsi of the Americans and the Englishmen there are the Ger mans centrnJImachinery is of American manuFac- ture i am now making large pur chases of American steam and electrical apparatus to be installed in the tar East a part of which goes to Manila There are about 720 miles of tele graph In the Islands and only seventy miles of steam railway Manila has a telephone system oqUipped with English Instruments All electrical conductors are carried on overhead pole lines with porcelain Insulators There is also a horse railway in Manila whirl would have been changed over to a trolley road lad not the war occurred The concession for this road lies al ready teen acquired There Is a won derful chance for Americans In many industrial undertakings in the Phil ippines and I hope our government will hang on to them At tilt Ve Unc She trembles like a ian whis pered tho man In the second pew yond the white ribbon as the bride swept down the aisle The woman who wept beside him laughed scornfully at weddings wo men often laugh aud cry at the semi timeGo on she protested Nobody Over saw a fawn tremble like that She acts as If she hadnt rehearsed one bit And then being Invited to the break fast after the ceremony one burst into snore tears Dont this od iuriiri7riiwheI iuaUejmn jLe TSjTT naked the examining surgeon of a candidate for en lIatment Course It docs If yer lookln for soldiers what solti tc rue jest count me out The Effect of Wide ftrem The effect of wldetires on roads has been shown clearly on a street in Springfield Mass over which heaVy quarry wagons are driven The road formerly badly cut up but a Iwas of years ago It the un tnndlDg that wide Urea should be on the wagons carrying the quarry 1rut This was done the tires being to five Inches wide and since that time the street has been In good condition although little has been done to It eMU quuniTr BssraQCiurt ffORmlSEJ wllTh5sVIllE1i8 FOR 20 YEARS H8 lot all Worm Rernodicf EVERY BOniEGUARflHTELfl SOLD EVE RYWnIl frntnt lUbt1U tT DlUlM cured and Wbke at homo outpaln DocknbUtI A rneo lMWrryor8t NEWKLEADER 100 a year FENCING Poultry Farm Gordon Cemetery Lawn Railroad and Babbit Fencing Thotunntl aftnllft n two Catalogue Fret Freight raid Jrlc9 LoU The McMULLEN WOVEN WIRE FENCE tie and 120 Uarktt SU THE WOHDDRSOP SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and ttcientut Makes a Free Offer to Oar Beoderi ThodistiuguLshed New York chemist fSlocum demonstrating his discovery of n liable and absolute cure for consump ion Pulmonary Tn erculosls ann aU bronchlal tbroati lung and ches diseases Stubborn coughs cotorrbal affections gen eral decline and weakness loss flesh and a11THREE l t a11 se and he considers ttn sigtplo jjrofeips lonal duty to suffering humanIty to donate t atrialofhisinfalllfalocnre l Bdeucq daily derelopes new wondcjrsand this chemist paUcntfs exppijmPnting Ioryoareiutsproduccd Ir humanity as can bo clnfme bY1ny nodij gcnUis IrIs assertion lhaj IlDgtronb1es 4nd cJjnsunjptlon are clml1 Is proven by heartfelt leitcis of gfatitudofllcdiahis Aniericph and Eunf poan laboratoriesIn 1iound3fronL thne- ureip all paits ofthe world Medical ozpetts concede that bronchial st and l ng tronblcs trad to cons 01P n Tvhlcu uninterrupted means speedy certain death HlmplT write toT ABlocutn MC98 street NeTTYofk givlngliKfltolllc and express address and tro free modicinb will be promptly ent Sufferers bhould take instant advantage of this generous prypotisloh v Please ten the Doctor thHtyou WlJlf irce tn the uwsI4xkcn KeeP FF- PostedP d ON THE WAR l J By a special arrangement and for a1 Short time only we will offer the Twice a Week CourierJourMl AND THE NewsLeader One Year For Only 5 sjj The CourierJournal h sep1viyou get it twice a week with the NewoL eader weekIor 156 papers ayear for only a Dollar and a Quarterv J This offer is open to alf Oil subscribers to the NEysLEADEU vhopay up dna pneyearin ad vance and to any new sub sccibers We consider this one of the most liberal offers made and there is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war tAddresst E L DAVISON JR Pub NEWS LEAIIER Springfield Kvi Tablets Huckryo Pile Ointtnont relieves the intense itching It soothes it heals It mitts chronic eases wham surgeons fell It la scientific certnintylta sales increase through Its cures It is no ex periment Every botMo Ruarohtctd Tubes 73c hayden t Roocrtsou j Do Not Do tnipoBFd On Always insist on getting oloyH nlnJj oyancl Turna l Is positively absolutely and unqualfedly the best cough medicine Accept no substitute Ilaydon tRobert wn = li ThatfudnatingixirentEen 1requlltJ1 tras Tocsllrti tnstnl- mCllta1lOlo1ltJ There Is bththg like IUot an eveningS entetta1nmen Other iocai1ocl uJ2t reproduce only rvcordsol sabectsepec1i- ypreied in alaboratory buttbeOrsphophone Is nOt limited to jncb performances Onthe OrophOphone Toucan dill make and tnJtanU reproduce ceerds ot the tolceOz any souse Thus it constantly awakeni new Interest end ill cbann ICVeXZrV5a The repeodnctloiis Are clear and brilliant Qtl ts cs14irIOMnnfactUredUUd5th of lieU and facdonlPJd Oureetablibmefll hand wterl Ctk Pt + columbia Phonograph Go DEPMTKEN80t w t No 919 Pennsylvania Ave j WASHINGTON DCu I1 Nov York Paris ChtcafifO 1St Louis yaahingtpu FbnadcJphiaV al1rlidL Everybody5 e JJeF t i f iJ w k c KflflQ jl f Ilunu r i rf lWt1 THAT t Culluillgham D llcaaFIJf I 9 are showing the largest stock of Dry Goods Clothing Etc J andi selling at Loerdikcs dlv 4wrJj thananyhbusqiutownthese r TWO FACTS amount for the t v i I large andcieased tirade ibrt i iliis seasons t tIf 0 te 1 Our Dry Qoods and Dress Trimniings Depart m nis 1fiYcomplete embr cTnXa great variety of both blacii and col tjera and pus1na ntvcJtes We have usLecei ed is large- stock of Sills Waist PatUafts Theyare beauie saItjwd see them 2 Our Shoe Department is our P rDE andt ire are justly I proud ofthts season For we are enabled to show Men Women and Childrens shoes and sBal the court styles und pr ces You will miss it if you fail 46 see our cs stot lr d 4f15 Wo lead In Men s and Ladies furnishings IToJJbnftr eld Iii4TP44I jWe call pspeclal ntIentionto our stock of Men and Boys Shirts Mon and Womens Underwear Womens Rtdy J madp Waists and Skirts You knbwjjwe ajwaya dp the largest clothing tr derpf any bousa inlown We do it bccuso ve give the beststyles andvaiuesfor the l ast mpny We are making special triceson Carpdts4hiittingRugs1Jrf LacOurtainsWailP4pcr Itc1Dnnvbuy until ygu s oar stock r Iiifrr f Dont Forget our Intfucertisnts to Cathyersjaia j = kIT J M BURTON LIIA1NO BENTIAYDOS j dSR q J lvt BURTON O HAYDON Sit 3IMTtaEhi 4 Uudrtkthaild Fulleral Directorsr j rrC FFiNS llIrEt r BgRIAL tJ1y RoBES r BLIDNDsh tj FULLY EQUIPPED rl Cafls answered promptlay 1 lJ a tor D 5qThutt 4 t graduate from as hpplfemlaImingrt have been en8gth Ij iiiilAOAtl Brocir qt 1511WGIELb KY j j = i 0 A t AT TThehAio he7mO OldId Reliableb1 Buggy J iito11 Is s i Jlinttire Lfe df Another carload jiisf f 1t in Na trouble ta show Buggies and Har v 4 4 ff- I ness and can fi T lI s 1 SAVE YOUMONEYECa- me f 1 V ifr Down and see MEl di 4iWv tNmJ S M KARRIGK V i t I- Down Town Below Thompsort Hotel i i i d- Jt4r4iw s Poor Cardinal PohutTq c XI ILL be fbudin the garmeatsj rIj JI every re lIyclIrdrct ScdnM t IrThe materWmt ct1i hit a L fJrTiu mtsst bcpcrfcct 4BtSt14e niut btUptoDc 1 6 1 And fipaIy the 10jF r r 1iW2flT s1 ts Mait kfcatW Duig Ii lthbyundnthcpoT itte iia DiJIY garment they nuke arid by uckkg titioiOTofedi in aa years that MIijThe teat ttfeip iwtart Tito Have feicTied dRpto uofj1 f Acknowledged katWc CQ to T a5 rI t l imencat X JtJist jNf 4 And 30jPc WI tchoke o1ftw1 j CALL ore i OUNNINHAIVI 4 DUNCNSAEMT SPRINGiFtELD ICY r v v NELADEii fr 7 T1SLFADFA I 0 iLrntasrnAIRT jUWAT 1I8lfIX- Ga D rJ5fOj i I N1D XY b t== Ceiti p1 r 1aa1aI5ccnt3fC4- t r ack r t J1 iW e JM dpOliUCt 1B- ZtlLcqtspet4ef I I idw eki1o at19r s but cash rutbepa dU1ot goo- dsMtrir LtrtitsJiaeonUbera1 1tris4 iF 3DbKiw4I iotvwicTL raw Xastrts IU HmlQj iii CatedSiiii 1 50 j r D44ess 109S h I ff1 R wj d il j 4j tD fIt T1ST If I jiiva II SN fldM11 iI i II EET CrLCThD + WIThofl + AiN it Ia JtrtveQlrit TIty J i uIdayack H aontbd= k OroeM8K fourth Arcnuc = III JiJ I4U = JOSTi iAtfOUftOM 1 ri MI J 1w 8 x r fIo Ic1c 4 HUBER H HORD on D1MTJ36TL r 1ifOtTI j 1tii nL w E 1H7- r D4J Hi tAMPTON t ijf it t 4 LoelO 1 bYJNb ui JPr 1DRl1 1 t lit OF1CE HtQXJSSX 12t02pm a J iVzRY DAY 4 IIf JJCIN FntLD Y 1 4T sc bDIR1I ptESJ tOHJTISit TEETH EXTRAcTED i WITHOUT PAIN I Jr pflL1i SPRINGF1ErD xY 1A1I D ntalWrk Sttct1 Vcr di4t1 fWFN IKiRK A1ORNEYAT 1AW rtk MccPIo- xye W i iLAY R KEh- JJrmo litt a r r r0p4MM kIongLven to th6 l sIMace unti ftltIf + tIIfif j Oe4kWCMcOhord spjtIiiGfIELDKYjj v J s J3RTA1N A i7r r44vpTxozzRr fC7 5in r 13 fFt T 4i LaWfc k fj fr S J r r 10 J PNSOThv 1L iiisii s op I 11vI L cardye cpitW3 ncral BUcftwnithing work jrnftraatecd to Kive D t flio0ni at tb C l Liop EB1NGFII1LD KY CALDWLLL IPINDIETIOM PEPSI N s bsI1swsu i tsver fe g i4 vii ke Ne we QrOgtIIt n cud aznk tr e Mdr Y icJy Co JDWcW orWW Yorlc 7 w U M ii Ii t M l 1 1 k3OUT TOWN A J4Mti t im tl IiIcEIJ4f wilt lieit foil ppen- ir I Poultry Slaughter Spnse ndI fli pay the highest cash price for turkeys and all kinds pflive sFowls and eggs OQ MCGIL IXHE Elmwood Home School conducted TbyMrs K AiMcElroy will begin its sessionI on next Monday at the McElroy home on the Lebanon road Ai1of the schools open onl next Monday rand the young hopeful is busy getting his books tIetheJ fVtjsfas rejOdtO offer from now On tieLOu111e Weekly Dispatch and the News LaadeY for I25 per ycr This applies to ldsubscriberswhO- well renew as as to hew subcibersim IDR FR WILDER the don unIand patients ins nd around siSpringfield willft trip to Springfield as his busi e6s iik Louisville will demand 11 of his time thereafter 3PHE ojdvwopden ithfom at epot will be tOrn away anc- nciefracl wjllr be placedJ there in stead oflKentuckyB w1etb1enthi3uesday mid Vill be ih session three days c MARKS 4 GREENE the local builders and milt inert have Te ceived five carloads of lumber during the past week to be used their building contracts FARM lfRENr I 40 acres lor bOut f50 acres if tApIyto to C 0 McGiiti I asei ertHette of Buc- adgqtt I sotds at public auction r Wr rSpcarfiractingasQuction rt er itlfro toft fl1ourt1 nd3 tbe kollowng2Ie t land to Thos Sironi Sf 1280 per acre 45 acres to en Cap ron at Jmpet acre IC IJGRUNDY of Valley JElil I iiinforms us that the fine bull caJ old by hiDlto drs Sallie jtarandy for odas not a fulli O dethS1iorthprn as stated iin the NKWSrLEADKR last weejc but a high grade calf Mr GiunyiJjrcmtumather t thee years bia fitf bvOji Berk ire boar qnde one year and ifirst premium on yellow corn A pable dispatch from Porto Ricosays B Brooksijliat y va ae In Cp K First Kentucky Volunteers Wa5 drowned in that countryi while Attempting to o s a swollen stream The spathh also Says that two nat e Port Ricans while attempt ing to rescue the young Ulan Rem also drowned Brooks is from tfitis county and had been here Jfor the past five or sin r He worked as a nd hthe Pleasant Grove neighborhood infllsOx neajf4 Eat feXt 9e was kijpwn tP gOo t iQany persons inf the k u1ty fls Win 00 The following conversation wa hoard by a visitor to Spring eld to the train between Louis lle and here a few evenipgsI agoj which shows everyone isnt enthusiastically patriotic woman of mature age ad dressed a younger one with a ahfflgoQd looking baby boy l the set just behind Par r don zqe butyour child looks so I MtwaUkeDewee The younger reei Jshat she 4idnIts raosfcrt iin awattqat injczitw 1IM t mo V QJIPewee t a fhe oid er t1enjjritnuedr s1t1I1e1Icou1d thikipgr t naye the dear little fellow fQrtj awliile yes somuch like Bewee toUldhyI react everytIng lgetlj holdVof abbufe it and iI think eva such a perfectly grand man You dont ipni know 1 elofThen the isngine twhis BedAti persons pwjng babk taxesKI mUSfs9tt1el j t 1 I wwppdHome Sept5 For particu1zsappll to I4RS R A MCELROY SPRWGFIELD1KY ft STRAYED StrayOdtornypiace near Mack yilet two small Jennetsr about July Jj Owner cur have same by piying for charges and prpvr ing opey v r WB HATCH TT tvJ kvnr1y rx FarmTor Salci Ivhave for stile a farm con J sisting of 200 acres of good land situated aboukfive miles north west vIoVbagIon il 4 MagooddwellIng SuprovementsS1n pasture atidthe balance twhdersome fine tobacco land It is tuated three miles from VaUey H Mrilltionand ph a good turnpike CvM KEWY t Springfield Ky MOORESVILLE i From Our Regular Correspondent Since our last communication there has been born to the wife of Bud Wall a son he tobacco men are busy get iinkttleir tobacco housed tome tl finish this week while others wi not get through till Sept 15 alAgcJ4lyan dwomenwilJ attend ihe Bards town fair this week Mrs Susie Henchen bas re tu tearuedtovll plaleSeveral of our people will Bw in the excursion next Sunday The Uhildren of our viciritv who tookjr the Springfield lair lasiFridftV enjoyed themselves of hu jelyturtuMriteare1atiyesbpr last Saturdayrnioan4 Sunday AUof our sick are doing well Except Mr Will Green who is no better at this writingTeAn infant child of John Carna ban died at Louisville last Satur day and was interred at New Efope Qemetery Monday His wife is lyingi at tie point of death Toe childl was thirteen months old LETTER LIST to List of letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky Postoffice for the month ending goeptembernBddie Alh lanheL Baker Hpseman Bpon- EdCole vfrs L Craig Willie Davis Maggie Dood M otEmmaJ MMrsanSueRBUL Mr Birt Johnson Frank Mudd Miss Galy Mixon T D McQullum Clarence E Noel veDJ C Piles Mrs Jennie Terris B Mr Willie Thomas MissjFannie WrickwDr J D Winsiead J Mrs JBettie Watchinz When calllpg for these letters p niIeaessyW A WATERS P M WILLISBURG w From OulJ ular CorrespondetLG Eldar J A Sims held services at t iUisburg Lords day morn ing and evening Bro Sims are ability as a preacher and hissuccess iin turning pinnqr8 from tim eripr of their way are inurprisingasnot educated for the mints tr7 Like Gen Putnam he the plow standing in the fume thctrulyi appreciate such men oritJ beir workseake t But we needIJ 0 ppe Jo Ippk after the young sterja jvhp have a habit of shoot A irngiway tp dnd from fhurch Oar S M law is a good one and should bes enforced Joe Keeling bought of Harvey 251perE fhUenryThompson Barjclypre married the relii snlQSbdMiFraikickthitimef j D lPakcrty 1snghissstrMrsStap ptt k The Kindness of Supt Bush in secunBff the free admission of th Bclbo6ls of this county to fW WajshiBffkm county Fair is much appreciated by parent teacher as4 pupil Miss Nurfan JSYlsfiiol Miss Ka Arnold atMa PERSON7L Mrs Jrd iBuasell lIs quite sick O Qj McGili land Miss DirnWg werein Lebanon Sanjjay V Hon John WLewiawas in Lou Jsyjlie Tuesday Albert Caasell of Harrodaborg was bpeevera1dsys last week jfinpb pjielr Is homo again IrOn Wvitfo friends in Bristol Tenn Miaa Madge MoAfoe of Lebanon Is v1sltlgtb Misaes Ray near Texas Mrs A B Tapp left yesterday for New Washington Ind where shown it her son IHamilton Robertson and Gwinn rks wheeled it to Sharps Spring nday Miss Julia Mattingly of Lebanon o has been visiting Miss Margaret SImms has returned home Mr and Mrs nltC Mdddj and and Airs J A MQdd spent Thurs y last at Tatham MlosCelella Edelen has returned to the her home atBard town after ityls to friends here Charlie Booth formerly of this place bat now a printer on the Ooorir Journal passed through here Tuesday Rev William E Mitchell who has been visiting the family of S R Gray returned to Carlisle Ky yesterday Miss Lydia McElroy left with Mrs Howard on Monday for Lebanon where she will spend the week as her guest Miss Maranda Montgomery alter long illness of typhoid fever has reIrned her duties in the telephone ex change t Miss Florence Gray left for lIarE rod plasbnrgch in one of the schools at that fplcet Messrs Andrew Cunningham and A Waters left this morning for Tatham Springs where they will spend aw theekMrs J R Handy and Mrs ilqoro Texas who have been visiting the of Sidney Greene have re ned home Mr Dave Oravcrof and Miss An Tom Spaldlng and Mr Robt Button and Miss Flora Madd spent the day 8tndaytTathauif 4 Mr Tbni Thbmpson the ielep one n was called to his home in the xas neighborhood last week by the illness of his wifeTMessrs Charles Louis and Will I Hinkle of Bloomfield were visiting the family of J R Olaybrooke last Saturday and SanSay Mr J A Mudd our clever rail ad agent will take a trip to Chicago d other points north in a few days get relief from hay fever aMiss Dome Greene left Monday for the State of Texas to visit friondstt and relatives Miss Dollie will be ne for a year or perhapajongor CW Metcalfe of PInevillo ware a last Friday on legal business Mr Metcalf is a candidate for the JfatFifteenbo thenspendingthot erine Ileft Monday for LoalavUle and be points toresumq work teaching d their respective schools Mrs Andrew Cunningham and iss Cunningham who have been visiting the family of Dr Hood InlOyntbiana for the past two weeks returned homo Saturday Joe McDowell of Danville passed through this place Tuesday enroate to the Bardtown Pair Joe hieEry fine string of horses and cup tared his share of premiums at our c fair and no doubt will do the same at BanhtownIMrs Frank X Mudd of Chicago ho has been visiting at the home of A Mudd returned home Saturday daagbtersMaryed her The two little girls will reJain in Chicago to attend school this winter PerryvUJeM Karrick during fair week Dr g Addleon Parks and Misses Addle n reene Lizzie Guthrle and Alma c Parks Mrs J D Bodjne and her daughter May Nelson county were also among the visitors The hop given at the home of Hon 0 OMcOhord on last Thursday night pt last week was a most delight affair in every respect The mosio was furnished by the band from ftrstclassIthetar4 daring e eyening had a large number ofespoctatora attended Amongthe vis ing young ladles who participated the dance were Miss Ferguson and Miss Moore Harrddsbnrg Misses flnnieWillett Lebanon Miss Trir Lodge tIou1a Miss wIs4 f mith Bardstown Miss Ella Burton Kirksville Miss JTelll Darfi1ngiand Mrs Graham Vreeland Ldnisviile Mrs DrJ W Drake and Miss flackbumnf onla otS M Karrlck the the first of owcod MrsiJolmSlinms entertained a few j borreudsat her home Ilust Thursday j ieVvOnii JgliUr time Thope present were lhse Fir1 CqqfiorTrIZ tioujpipiveOl urn1ng Magijio Modloy t Adelaide l1tOJIVIUlFred cydwell Torn IediefrJphn Edc1 THE EXCELLENCE OF Is due not only to the YuFfiSF npUcityof tho combination but also the bmanufacturedprocessesown SratipCouponanpurchasingthetrueremedy the genuine 3dby6hly a knowledge of that fact will ossfat one in avoiding the worthlesstmitatlpDS manufactured by other ties The high partstanding of the CAM rovsiJL FIG Sntup Co with the medl col profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup ofFigs has given tp millions of families makes the AtheexcellenceIsfarfnacivance nDdbowelsWithoutlrritatfng Ing them and it does not gripe nun beneaclB1e1rects oftbCALIFORNIA HG SYRUP CO FBAJf Le V15YILLr WVORIt1f T len Ford Spalding Irving Wimsatt and Dr Burton Mrs Robinson and daughter Miss Bessie of St Louis who have been vis fli relatives Jitrofor tod hoaystay Mlra Emma Howard of Lebanon IsI the guest of Mr A H McChord Miss Salblo McElroy entertained in honor of Miss Annie MirChord Tueaaay evening at her home and the affair proved to be most enjoyable At U oclock the guests were invited to par tak oleand cake and as tho guests took their ces at the table they were presented with a boutonier Tho tablo was taste ly arranged with cut flowers The evening wot enlivened by a number of vocal selections by Miss Nellie Burning or Louisville who possesses a voice which is both rare and sweet Among ose present were Misses Bessie Rob- Inson Annie McChord Annie Cunning ham Annie D Orundy Louise 8annd en Carrie Selecuian pMaycst Ina Kimberlin Emma Howard Jennie Uraycroft Jennie Claybrooke Alit to Pore Willette Maycs Myrtle Mansfield Sue Ray Bottle Irvine MarieWathen Messrs Harry Thompson Will DI Clay brooke Clink and Dave Cray roIt WillI Lcacbmnn Charlie and Will McChord- Garland Cunningham George Wharton Fnxl P CaldweJI Ernest AInnufleld Will HogRn Will ond Palmer MoElroyI A Gnindy Dr Hord Dr Burton andI E Gray o den Threw itocks in the Train Last Sunday evening as the colored excursion train passedj Inrough Bardstown on its wayf from Springfield to Louisville number ot rocks were burled th Lroughcoach occupied by white people and iit is said several persons narrowly escaped being struck and seriously injured by the mis sles A large numberof negroes from the town were congregated the depot and it was evident atsomeof them threwthe rocks Detective Williams of the L Nt was put on tbe case and by Fri day he had obtained sufficient ev idence to justifv the arrest ol Tom Irvine Bill Collins Frank Robinson and Wit Hamilton all col ored TofU Irvine and Bill Collins were tried before Judge Daugb ortv yesterday and were held over to await the action JfOU ult Court The trial ot Wwr Hamilton and Frank Robinson is progress this morning Tbe case against the negroes is a oretty serious one and It is like Ily they will spend a term in theJ service of tbe State Nelson R ecordrChronic Diarrhoea Cured This to c rtlfy tint I have had chronic diarihnca over alndo tho u1I ieotvnythingolic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me sound and well J R Gibbs Fincastle Va ycnfBTllreoCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured met qJJ L Shaver Fincaktlo Va 1a t Roth Mr dlbba and Mr Shaver prominent farmers and reside near Fin rp castle Vai ytromtIpiano who Is well acquainted with tnetn and will yonch for tne truth of thi Iristatements For sale by Haydou Rpb ertsoll While the New York grandees were cheenng and feting U eotsQf Sampson and Schleyln NeflQJk harbor CapKSigsbee bholpiskedviaw op his ship lit Paul but was not noticed at al- lTheSt Pau1wag th boat that d rst djscpvered tim Spanish fleet jn Santiagb hrbdr and pabted IScBley To cablo that be had them bottledj p Such is theirony of fatal Eqiand j AtHaydonTkBpbortVon iSrntt store f a uiarvclOua euro for nlj cxnuslloa not and kidney co uiplainW dild Tonlflfa weak nessj1tuboleysIUdney Cu- rcI I 10BACCO MARKETS ThoJoU the JuoaUODSJuJCommittee of the Leaf Tobacco JBr change at LOtifsvWe for this week ri8DTOROP nEprnnLEz Trash green or thi edOto goo OQQomfu otamOOGoodJngsCommon leaf short Co rujnitooGood00PineandCOLOHY BUBIiEnr j aTrash0FCommonGo edlum logs 7 60 to 9001 00Common 00Oto 1200 ediom leaf12 00 to 16 00 olFino26001 t GOOD FARM FOR SALE Within 5 miles of Owensboro Ky in Daviess the best coun1 ty in Western Kentucky rOlhngLhebalaucert 275 acres in a high state of cultt vationf 100 acres of woodland i JoxuriantlyBuUdlDroomy two story mansion surrounded by forest trees three tenament uses two barns one tobacco barn holding 25 acres of tobacc one cattle barn which will also hoose5 acres of tobacco stable 140 x 40 with 44 box stalls cost f2000 never falling well inside 4OGObJsheJsd and one new Price per acre 30 It would be cheap at 60 per acre This is a magnificent stock farm WILLTAMS LITTLE 214 12 Third St OwensboroKy THE MARKETS Thp following table represents thoprices Sprlngtleldltthe12 oclock Wednesaybut subject to variations thereafter on private advices from Loalsvlllodealen Wheat per bu W W 01Oatil11RyeOrchard Grass per bu 75 to 90 H tayLOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnlnbed by tho Louisville Live Stock Journal 221 West Main StreotLou mUle Ky Extra shipping t4Jd 73 ight shipping A60a475 Best butcher steers 4 85a4 65 Fair to good bu tcher steers 8 73u4 2g OJmmonto med butche steers 8 W Thin rough steers Pool cows and itcalawags v 25a2 2t Oxen good to extra 50a4 Oxen common to medium S 5ta3 50 Feeders 41165 Stackers 4 c4 73 nulls aoaseo Veal Calves t 5 75a8 MILCH COWS CJChoice t8500a45 Falrtogood 1500a25 HOGS Choice packing and butcher 225 Ib to Jb t 410 Pair to good packing Ib 10Oooclntshoata 120160 Ib 8 0043 t Pat shoats lOOlvOlb 3 40a3 00 Pigs00to00lbsrl 975325i- gougbs 150 00 lb UiOa3W BHEEP urnLAMBS tioodto extra shipping sheep 3 23a3 6- 0ia325F t d Common to medium 2 08 00 Backs o3 fiOalSkips and scallawaga per head Extra spring lambs woo 5 425a4Best butcher lambs 75 Fair to good butcher lambs 3 75a4 200a300 nilcndliPRODUCE Report furnished by HerndonCarter Co Gcperal Commission Merchants 813 Mur Oourt and 110 Third Street Louis Wc Ky FreshrehandJedD4DJoBUTTJ aUk choice stock 13al c packing lOallc Poutrar Market steady Chlckcnsbens fcken1Uloz I t3 t35b50tukeyilIve IBU8Wehpn l ttlCb12cr FOBS Raccoon lEes 1 to 4 mink N os1 to 4 Z0a0cekwk prime TblatKfTOa 80o abort strjpo narrow stripe 50a40 i broad stripe 1 oposanm5a15ctiEktft1 fa dox soastii grayfox20a50c f1scrLtsasouaSorghuni mol ilUSaper jcal xita per lblclpver perbb1rngs 33a3kgrPSIOX 8BTSR d and yellow 4504 00r jThite as tdquallt 0bOa70O DnlzDANeyt aun4i1dDcti1- d25alc IKtail p uTOzsnomegroW1J cro- pIba225erbbL i 1 Voov Best I a20c hurry JiSaiSr tub washed 2pa80ct bbclcc ar l7al8c1 nck- burry11a16c lg ftrPLFncr00atQ HaT DGnAi Best yhlcdT ancy letnt l o fttrawperton4 tO a 4 5d ear corn SfaSW sbeired corn lit bull 84a35 feeding oats 32a33cf wheat JQ S 013Sc j t c C rJ GE L5 For the next Thirty D yr 73tL ii we will make fWY Driver j t Itt ktIn 4QVE Ji ff r i rh7 t ttw iJt Y h1li o 1JJBlue Prints at 3 cents L = 1j lCHoice line New Outings fromI r icents uP 5 i jrl2r New Fall Dress Goodinali 4 gradesJliaibeooumnqwline1densVJ jjlirCoJ1ar3 Ties tt illnptddate tittiwstyles ft lfl j ts t 11 fS t1I1 I 4bby line fen q iJ ysF I Sottand Stiff Bats IJr early of let IJ z hIL tI OtriSboe Depirtment ilarler tt tiJi 1hiban ever emhacThg alrtIbe p vflShlt t in Mo1s Ladies Iier Of Q oildrens Fair gtyjes at Ug ff Rock Bottom prices ftY v r ii1it Dont forget our Grocery IfevJ sf prtEIIeDL e biyalrkrof4Icountry prpduce1f 1 aLarge sto k8treysr1J qP2il Road Wagons etc itt PuTVare rlIt 2ft 11f1tP rooms U ICJ 4 I McEhorif IobefsOh Ji t 1 d I t jif n t t i J iCLIMINTS St j i j r tiJj Iurniture Oearsf j w rkjf J Uo x x x x xSrJI 4t f 4t111 cT a specialty bf emlsalming worl which k 0 one byMr crt agraduafe of a school oten sM 2 K balining and we carry cverything in UiidcrtakIng goodaxidourstock Is COMPLETE in every det JW- f i tCalls promptly attoidfetd to day and night dlg u Ouri1 of furniturdsfine andcdxkt4t aocJiCtt t Isw7ftl Carpets Mattings tugsJ BedroomSultL 61 Rocker r T ties Chair oran thing U1the 0 rIf lln g1veoUS a call t w W 4as I i1 ttt l lMAIN STREET X r SERINGFIELDKY1 I k r A BJPL8 nn lorilDaA wro in ThI bdDgded aria a1 AtM ssonce mjcauer PPat the cheol ttaodt la TWJ front rank the ir l lSBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLlElVll r LOUISVILLE KY u 1qa I ijookKeeplJ Short1a4TeIegrap1y l rgradi r thdUnlted StattsIt will be plane fr IJ ITIIOrfP OWitLAtEI l tiAREti r r w Headprtersw1 1 For the Farmers r I to 4 They Tundiaairinnas qr Farming Ttzjmfethns 6 and- Wagons anti t eta ry a compete lIne ofnes i BllggiesS 4Q I phaetons Snrreylitd g e iS They buy and sell hay and ff jsain aldalilibdsbt seeds a lTH OM s lt SP1UiOIELD l t 47 v d AV AVAP Eiei Saloon tkeep c nstanjiCy on Jind six ear old MoKNNA WllI5 YI made for lmadlcipa uBe Ica CoM lager Boere onfiifl B1G SdOpE4s THOJPSOI Prep SniNbpiEtp Kx BeriBly Is llloo tDceJt t Clean blood mean n lcan ahinNcJ beautjr jrithojit 1tCaaCOrOtS nndyCatt1ar iifr fclcan yonr blood and jcwh ttclratfby stirring on the lazy liverjanddnytng all purities from the body Jteginioday tft banfli pimpCSrboUblo h 1 kb taldaiCa8c4rt gstssatiiacttot1uarzuited lOc25c50c JDUOATI N t 1oc 1 htatwoltPIJ1UcetNrstlll wraca tat tho Ulevelands Stli I Sath y 1JBOph Bva HIjl1 RaANCwtDA f JiLj1 l Ckvtli4O riETur J writes Dr Feaner IMtistBadLivr ks4 iII =tr TonIc Mdit the bst ramak f a deruccd atetc bC 3 mw jlIver andi bowels QI mj uever used trFouao byiA AV + 1r Jew v p Jr L t Ddil t 4Szq 4i4Lt H JOHN TYMl IfJ 14 H 4+ j J i for fA gJiNow ahuejepIl kmodern npiosmkuAc ft c ad ewd wMar iIOt jjiire esn4i Cant ai 7tt if f L ir i t 4 MAIN T1Tp J IBJWuIW1HnJlIEt f 4 ll i v fJtury t lf uluty tJr igIeett ifi A tun ll MIJrt isav N5SiI pultbYjdknPs4 ltrbille MIMI peffet Ihr niicllvlse Jt cii res f jn 0 tLciierti0 IliiSdtittil u t i t Nr fr jt p C V 7 1vTHI t 0 AANOPENLETTER J3 To MOTHERS 1PR AM AMtTnG IK T1IE COURTS OUR JIIGHT TO 1t not mxctusivE USE OF TIlL WORD CASTORIA AND VjlfCHnt S CASTOiUA AS OUR TR4D MARE I t F lDJU tAll U EL PITCHER of tiysnnl Meaaaofef I agtIII the ognLor of dASTORIA tho same thai boorkm ya originoCASTORIA whioh lies boon ln i iMs t rf iit tfj fnt of Amerioi for over thirty years tIkM CAREFULLY t th wrapper and we that it h 1i 1Jwirlwyhought t aii hal he lirniiuro Of fir fh CM hR jutfarffy from rae to use my name except 7W OtttuHCtHHttny of which Chas H F etcher it Prenident Iwh If 4 IH2tLic44i4L l7 D41- I r HTTTIITaTCCTIC T TDATS RESOLVEI t wlbt 4ue bill and half THgrf MMtlNr WH a little Tillage tua w Mr eC itt luain street stood tM WMte Uexa The sun pourad1 e r s lflJat thr HUk tbo bar windows Hi th sM ieiAoorltcl on th fl- giiei tw M Wbo sat talking at fAtat J i I ItM T Ws sweet oa my fcbuala rfcMta 4smi Jalmiexc1nJme4theI yCiHHr Ku kisgiag Wa ILst down oItMtLL 1 64 wiwtt that got to sa1to IUII1 r ritl HM ts r in a slow heavy i f Tle jjoak Tuckett nil sever seQ1i rHcIMter U married to a i4IDaYtart iio drunkard J he lakes kk jriMs aii roes out Dang him I kJr W war V Tkt i4r MB Icariei forward and WKt Tw44 ofthe button of his com oL 1AMWw me tilB Tnmmea Rod be M M4M t Illsfather die drink t JuMwiW fS rri fAiMild grandfather afore him M4Tata1Lt awiit his three brothers Jylns in i iHirekyjird at this very mlnet MfiMr MikiH the place wl spirits to ITM iftrigrowed casual pyef- thiflc grant te amoas it did over MhrgUta1or t Wiyrt ilMrt lot to do wl Dave JJay1Ie1leoJ o to the UkeI MM r rJattr Mirk ay worda he iMLjlltc 4rvftkard Jowalheart f H t rye reckoned tohear hU tlwWt spHt aid crack when thec n tt l kyI1ik toce to Reds faci JM4 iMf ttf the Booaee iha better H Ii TM a4 IM war thick anuff as Wyt t Mii tWoltf maa rl lngand n ifail him curiously i ra i away sad went back to IM tar W t I tell ee that he be unit a jajr cotMla and her Ian him it alMiNr ed r iaa gulleayolce l ffcWw a e jwl ofl otstepsand a tlitar Uepld roan taking hlsy 4St M thi sare ttzno d Iiikk PUa1tit tOlsboss 4 t n Lta f A WfJNtlffloif e ll it dag wfc tklrst t 1 4Mk Rois face liiTiaif itttritwi gray ffe recededtt QaR jlHt to U brim Kith spirits a a 4 Xiiit It across the bar Dave j iwallowH tM contcH at a gulp M attt i Mtrlif the glass ncrvthislyd 0 Tare aHth1 RIp7 said j Haw ceoor1tsIaid wis W annff yer thaak eeCDaves tkia white 4ace reddened lJ I irsmVli saW turning away andtfMklai up Ide bc of tooK Tfcf laakeepefv JiUrst Into a rough Iwifk You puts me In n1In lofaMM krL ierfirst kiss terrible kraW bitt werfu1 willing he re V lir A tto e he urged unsteadily krlakI kie success to Something Ive j Hlay mind onttnerudknce a moment rga It sEat jertlkler speshll V paYs asked at jJength 11wtt eIi Iimm1ndoDIt Driak ka kladldlfng temptsbme Day aitteredfhalt to himelf as heI wateif Rod ill two glasses with splr t Y Ms =itllIf lir aided gulping dowllI ly ffrits with feverish impatience my e git what ee Want and Kwa lt 4 B0ke4 at him a moment his MawitcklBg To the damnation of Data VUaf fcddy and soull he eiIsl1d u4 araInlng the glass gung It aerow the bar althe wall opposite fifrik jadment the two jneii regarded i seeMker thsfl6co thUfl vtt WcJiHI balteda moment ut lthch r srai4 nfcO 4nhtt1 moan f L rj lr I kalAdvlt youISeem and yet wont call the doctor bo you tMt the pita will gow MWf after a while And too yot know theIit seraI1yfelowedbypisyothera bIiIdonteow tWo0 i MM rjh tkaaiTM iCess el the siost- o I hct flpfcftistkumWS 1YotlcannO phy thekJ1dhi awist him aad asyono and everyone who jS H SMiical advice is invited to write to kl If itVbabys health er mothers or e kealtk of any aeabcr of the family yes May writs aboat it sare cfa careful reed hf fflWUfears of a con ciemtiwa 5eMe- c 0 r are k IistshkreryWkrWbekIa Uy edestisi IIie Y tW 1 101 sis iocIa4hsfrei tl taestpreeUtioseelatMU sI jI irfMthic cw Mdicitt4 MK jeer tei1IwipJi r wI1t JwJJft1o Wdreas tM1i elcsl De Dr J C ftyer CP Lowolll at 1 J if j on eYor- Wippp used rned on the wrp cm tney wtids ne said rfwor nort but A bit of fun Bod aneered orcJngat laugh Ther aint nort speshll vantysheeny showy In slch Jokes replied DaveI and going outhe1left Rod alone Ha madehia way through the street and 1l11iehindthejlllagewhtbo e e sky like heavy bluegreen Clouds Leaving the roaL he entered the wood i by a footpath It was autumn tho ground was strewn with cones over head the wind soughed with the sound bro1tenfBUleescaplflg from the kerchleNhat b und It YIppled and curled about her neck ind forehead Davct started when he Saw her and advanced more slolyS- hocaine toward him and they stood together she was aoL tall about as high ns lily heart ltWats come to fee JDavei she ex claimed in a soft guttural voice its dree weeks since youve bin anigh me J pe was silent averting his eyes as f he wrCafraid to look into hers You Baade me love ce you made me love ee she burst out her yoke trembling and now Phoebe lass its better that I bide away You eked aye tliort o that afore she saldbltterlrI u Aye sartn I shud She JJuiit110J4 othefollapels oi his coat Dave UayPr she crfedE JpU don t meartera11 j and you swore flU true d6wn byte Wlshlngf Well T didnt love eelhen tntfzameas 10 do now by a dealheansweredtak- ag her bands in his Oh lad I cant fathomeeahe wlrVltha sob JSweetheartfc t15the jdrink Pin afratd off twulitliaveTne wan day ilkl Lid my vatierl and brothers afore a x nul 1 haint afeari 1 might be cruel hard on ee lassie said pressing her hands tight galnzthls brokch iMi cant answer for himself when the himi J8 Y tltpB t arera Dvd she teT tefated r balntareard 1I aopera the t wigreaener i t tJliesa1dtUTh i Wud ba the times atween whiles Bhonrked- 1ifn1ig from iher ho caughth6Idot treebough and steadied himself ftsSj lass dont put xnfrlnimind o em Youalnt loving me the same as you id or ee pmdat 2ie4 no minding a11tCanenI the tree stood ln front of him and IngherhaJidkerchlcfahookherthick era See Dave she continued rit vine and 1Qng for it Closes Tin tho curljand brvoot tooDiveShOk- tcked off her shoe tis wonderful rrshed and a deal smaller than the young ladies up to the great dous- eUy4rmsDaveshe slipped back her jeleeve they might be a chiles they so that bddimpled SrStoppthgabOpUjshobtirst JntoJ tears Oblad lad she sobbed you haint looking you balut look ing He jettg the branch of the tree took her in his arms and drew her close up against his brest Ha put- batkhei r lied with gentle forehand kissed ier mouth and eyes her throat and bosom As they stood molten in ono tabuld there canie down tho wind the sound of childrens laughter hear ing ft theman and woman fell tram at each other llkr two tjThere rJlJ1fl of hia mouth iiuattJs mind on em I she pleaded must us mnd on emI 1 cud fniver foce npchUe o ours to bear Mt rvq been fed to bear he answered twad ba devils wark I cudnt do it f Her race grew irnfto and hopeless I cant feel for tbechllder I aint no mother yet1 she said brokenly Desire shook him he looked at her IntoItrothrough the trees her walling fol lowed him yet his heart cried put so loudly that he knejr nptAf tjevwajUng came from her lips or his own Long hentghttage tPushnbpen tfq doOr thq moonlight streaming in after hlm ha thetableof spirits the ate reeledl with the smell of ft He did not know whose thisj and forcediim forward Clutching aV Uliratfromjng In the moonlight looking as if Jt werfrallVe He cast aw agonized MlpfrolDon his sun A sob of relief broke froth gun1oade4Ikuriediy IPll1gonHe snatched the iottle f pig AhTota outgllayJreuedccloak WithIrentered deop lnto the eartottbetrit1J1l At last he stopped about him Ins ttreea grew close and xnicKj no eye utQods could eee ills sbaaa He feafeed his gun up against a branch I theHioonlight edged JItself between the treeand he heM the bottle uik- So yes have got the best o me at lastt be said yer have got thebeatJi oml at IasUM 11 Tl botflo glistened he brought it thnearerdquenching the thirst that he would fa slak before tie shot himself Yer smiling devil he burst pot of pith sudden fierceness yer reckon to bat h ine do ee NolJy hell yer dont 14le wlbnt tasting cc and he daBhed the bottle into fragments at his JeetA moment later he hadTflung himself upon the ground striving ti to lick up the spirits with his tongue Dog that I ba dog thatI babe P dognotbettertllana Sl kIth shame and jhorror here IlroI ta4thg nO end to the ti1gg r barrelFfgun He pressed the cold steel 1 an1p1Scedhiadeath for adogt he muttered The moonlight shorib onhimon tho gun and on the broken bottle at his feet the l ste tCg attracted him and be stared at it fresh thoughts j moranthroug J fixed them 6n tho mOonlit heavens find gray wlndspun clouasl Thor bazoin ma in me azlde the doihe aad- rslOw1rA1i begore Ill live game Ill zee it dVbo arid drawing himself logetherlietrnedhus faceonce more I i ckwoo1llacaW1e J Preferable Cholly I really dont know what Miss Caustic meant dbncherknow Algy What 1aB 1ld ahbo1 l g ChoIyI awsked her if she dldnt think Itna4egoo company and she 1 sa I 9thLnitobe desired jp M RSi PLAGK S PASEoj Will Sheila Exccnloil lu Now York 3tats lUectrioj Chair Ih seiitenc in w York Of MrsD Martha 1laco to be eicctrocutetl foslatxangling her stepdnui1iter Ida pPlacciJ WJ11 she be- executed at the time innnied by Judge Hurd If the sen IqSce Is carried out she will be theII nfirI htrIdiJt her sentence iavcarrled 0utMtse IIdce will be the sixth woman who Of Ili Jfr1ietintTeggyiDinsinorp frfrtimnte for all concerned It was lafrVrrvard thnr nificgiCfUbyIIJtdsotloN eeksnneriii SCDsaVliCtitlon of tIle young mother another i woman pn her death bed confessed Ohnt she alone hadLcomnItted1lbc mur rdeV InolltirlttBr Trords ishe most sol ihn 1ljiidtnowncrime The seepiid romhn executed was- Mrs Elizabeth Van Vnlkenbnrj hang ed In Johnstown on Jnnunry 24 1846 for poisoning her husband Notwith standing the horrible nnttire of the crime nnd the most extraordinary ell cumstnnces surrounding the case the dnlly papers gave only a five line re port of the exocntipn It was one of the most sensational events of the de cade except the Mexican war nnd was the talk of the state for ninny years I The next execution of n woman was that of Mrs Rnnkle of Utlcn She too was charged with poisoning her husband nnd was hanged at White bore In 1T4- 9Citizens of the state had a rest from these shocking exhibitions until July 23 1S52 when Ann Hong still another poisoner was hanged In Poqghkeepslo for murjtlerln J her husband on May 7 1852 A delegation went to Albany to place new evidence before the Gover nor hut ho was absent In Canada anti nothing could be done In behalf of the licensed woman niP last woman executed In New York was Mrsnosalnnn Druse who was hanged In Ilcrklmer on Februa ry 27 18S7AccordlnR to the evi dence she with her daughter Mary nndnn elRhleenyehr old youth nam l Charles Gates killed lice husband by shooting him Before the case imo to trial Gates turned states evltlenco Mrs DrusO received a death sentence while her daughter was condemned to Imprisonment for life It was n terrible sequel to the crime The famous MartS Uarbcri was con Tlctcd nod wntctfced In 1895 for kill ing her Italian common law husband D Cntnhlo wlie refused to marry her She was granted a new trial by the Court of Appeals and acquitted In the following yenrl It was one of the most Interesting and bitterly contest ed murder cases pfl record In tho state Sontli Dakota Wheat Crop The farmers of South Dakota on couraged by the increased price of wheat and tho excellent yield in jnost portions of the state last year large1 ly increased their acreage this s sonJ This increase is estimated at about 15 per cent or practically 5000000 acres over lastjy ari Thlp places the acrej age in wheat for this year at about 30000000 TSstfiriates made at the wheatyleldlof UcalJr40Oonly 21006000 although the estimate about the sam tiinoibefoteharyest as tho present placed it at 30000000 bush els The estimate of 4tfQMOOp bushels is based upon results without severS l cllmatie J cttridltidrih to damage the grain and in case such conditions dQfj not o6cur wlthlri thbextthreoweelck r tbJt the site of thirteen bushels UbcreIlI Some sectlona will not show such a tlfr rt ij are in the best Shape1zd will ShoW i an average zibovdthlrteag bushels JvIleJ the northern arid western cpun ties will run below this average j iAppIentt reach Crops Poor Jslit all the reports from the fruit growing ctloJisa tp Bebelleved th I apple crop will not cut niuth of a figure f this vwr fiald in well known fmu BarII epa1h daners41 oes1blede4thforsOme WivesFor otfaeni it 1Qlsccno reason why child birth ahrniM Io itwitnt1 nnd dread fieri r months before a woman becomes a aho should fttior Herself for lordeaL herois a prepare onnindowblchila Intended for this 1oneTh thlawonderfulmei arationi9lit fiRh I 1tfaa liniment to be opr plied ex- tornally It relaxes the m us des and re llevea 0dfatensfon gheseiasticity organ con cernq in chfldbLrtbkndtakes pilldanger nearly all suffer lug Besjtresulta follovKlf the remedy fsused during the whole p e ri p dofpreg nancy it la tho Onlyroinedy of the kind 1n the world IJTphyalci t1 perbottleat all drug 4orc or sent by mail on receIpa IFnxxtaining 4hvalaabl6 In formanonfordUwjonieBi wjU be sent to any ad dress upon application to flseradildeoISLdCo AtlantaGa c dealer Both New York and Mlcbl ai which usually take the lead la apples report only an ordinary yield and the maturing apples in other seC lions are claimed to be somewhat of a failure jGeorgla and Carolina peaches and watermelons saId thesame authority have been unusually plentiful this season welteondltloned and low In pricepbut when we come to Maryland elawire and New Jersey Jt is Bald ii heavy late frosts of Springtime layid sad havoc with the fruit bios soma throughout the peach orchards WJfey Do you think there is a an that could conscientiously say to is wife are the only woman 1 ver luved Hubbyonly one that J can think Wlfey Who You dearest HubbyOh noAdam We wish to say a word In regard iotho Monroe DrugsCo manufacturers of Put adoloss pyC1hCYnuL oijf ake the best dyes on tho market ujid- Loyou tho niqst for your money hut actually pay the printer in advance essrsWqtort Browne are their ttjreii is lult CougUlu- is easy enough if you take Dr hells Pine Tar Honey Itcuts the mucous and nl lays tholiillartntlon griVhnt there is no Inclination to conxft It sootJis tho bron hlnlannd is strengthening to the throat nod lung All good jlriixglstft sell IU ra IuJlmdIsajfrjtylotfa BeclBt Ip the September Ladies lonae Jqurnal But Thomas Wiggins is Blind Torn a name familiar to Jjuudreds fit thousands in Ibis country and abroad who have freard the Jpiano jilayed by tbls wonderful negro The impression tbube lts dead is a general one As a matter of fact Blind TolD has never been il1L a davltf LIS life qJtb J l1ttfiQht e J8hrews6urr- River t1a dqoiin of over two hundred acres p woodland statds a picturesque twoand aVbaVfstory Wooden house with a broad veranda Here Blind Tom isVathpme His hands are not at all piano handsJ In place of the slender long lingered bands tcrootpianistsand plump with the thumbs and and tapering fingers quite short jThe strpngest Impression I bore away was thatof the sweet ontented life the poor blind negro is leading There was pathos injt I had expectedto fin Ta wonder at the piano and I did forhts untaught masfery the instrument is marvelous From thiWe when thOBelthVnB t family left tthe dhnetab1Oto- see t who could be playing on the piano Hud discoveredi tbesight less pickaninny of Jour years perched on vtho topi his little hands plucking uncanny melody from the kaybprdroi thati time until now he Las had an nnyavering dOtoili to irjoinr strument whose music is his life VoIli s DownUHl People uttflbring fromKltl t nov Dlwnsas fool flMdtinlirt ttkhady hRS ef 8frili1 h nlJInl f t ttUy 1beiioitd 7 Inro itotin1iitsftiWt i j r l Fi ildl1 YCt if Gfntirantcotl Preparation tlnydou ct Robortaou c lt CASTQElAJar Jnlasitiinil IGMiiit The Kind You Haifllwavs Bweiit Bears the- Sfgnatnropf 1 That TicklingDtttaJnalnnUyrellcYedby Honey iv wonderful remedy for dbyInnarrcplrntoryorganscompoundheellngandftvIgomtIngmjIetas1pJ curoUiomoat LaGrippeBR BELLS finerTarHoh II L Seiberlaed coigI 25 cairs I sufjorqcl ffli5 jvltb a cougb nftd spent inindrcrfrfof dOllars with doctOrS nHd for Bolls Pine Honey This oiiiedy- ntlccs weak trng II ivtxt nyifeJ B n r lloirol With CaicareU C1irEttfllRtJp5onJorercr4tOcllc A IocaP Disease Cltmnlie AflVciiouN- oUiing bet a 4 al itnnody w chang of UIllito1f lI yre1u Oct swelIknwnbar macauuqilremoJj- rElys Crean Balm itisqntc1y abs obd Nanl ptge atneiootpeotThE COMPSCT5Pa4ieak veara zpdktniitononyaiiitntihIusec- Dr sscndrtntsliurg1r LThlneateYonr CATARRH COWI HEAD rSMOIlt Urngg1frobiuniL j r c s slthl DiseaSe J or reotettUrSKfulntmenrlfslWliny and smarting ntmosi instantly anl permanentmire pl1eschnllOrUeyesanCgranulated Powderrfnibortespurlfandverznliuget i Ir Haydoirt lfuoortsonJruggi t 11 dLTTER4 S r Sarsaparilla is theer t E BEST SARSAPARILLA U Best is an easy boast But theres no best without a test You expect something extra of best something extra in bread from best flour something extra in wear from best cloth something extra in cures from bcs medicines Its that something extra in Ayers Sarsa parillathat makes AyePs the best Tbat something extra is quality j4 Remember its quality that cures riot quantity Geo Smith of the PeopleDrug Store Seymour Coriii sayS I hive sold your goods for twent3five years and when a customer asks me for I The Best Preparatioll for the Blooa t + t I SlY1O Ifyouwill take myrpinfoi uscAyeis Sats plrlUn IwiI1tuir4 pt1 antee that you will receiyecnioire benefit byusfgncoi two bottlcs ofii y rsthtnj9t3 qulcrby usirghiIfaIi Whenthey take it Inever hear anyc6mpIaint Ij j St c I nAyers Sarsaparilla curcsalt diseases that hae theviigJiini smpre blood sores u1crs boils eruptions iimples eczemi tctcr scrofulif etc Itcures chetplyiti cures quick1yanditcprcs totyThats whyits best JJr J tJt1 t eL Altertwentyyears r experience as a druggist I niid r Ayers Sarsaparilla 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