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laiice nd heres to the other heroes Th tcUdtt tdt chaJicol h4fotwho oghtand thoso who fell J Ti fV rttlwj fight waa well begniu v phit skalght they shot arid fierce they truck Aaled thdons adan- cebstoAnd tho ptbereroea atdIntebacbance1z- hey gave theBuralvoe asfreeltt They hare theMfe 1Op j kfthe jeer T 1tMt aM aapsV Vfil their teitit mad ee r ge T took of oIrcnaetaxt boy brave nYeIVSt1Jt8MVCWCMacel c uuxtII wIUPPL1IItIottPf f Iin tNDuLSTaEAMThe Leb i anon Falcon is responsible f 1e illpwinga bout the stream tJbfltiprmsthe island on wHtch Tathani Springs tetelis located and the pecultafitiesbi whic- hro1tinartOa1l yisitorsat he springs It saysI Messrs M I- Ip praihanijand S GMcElrpy amgebtler en oltinimpeachable of reputailprijiortrutixand veracity t nth vicinity and they are no taqre given t9 viewing the stars through iheTbbttom of a glass n is bOoming appreciative ntuckIansat least so tarns 1la heir friends Kerejibouts have been able tb discover In View Uiese facts what are we to hinkYh u these two gentlemen solemnly vouch fOr the truth of tstorytheyea h tellof a wow rfulstream vernearTatham ts called Glen CreeTf which in the morning flbws in oiie directioni and in the evening jbias chagectvitsi cOurse and is w igja kwtndirhese gen ttemen aver tHat when you go to looK atr thIEs creek you are just aaptfofind the water running pstOams down What ex SI pianitlott s possible otberThau hat the grwing popularltj1of the atham watersiV4utothE f fsecrcts of the springs with an in gredient as palatable as it is iireloiisinits eff6ctsas dem nsfeatedby its capacity to make men see waterman tip bilL a IJ r jr WAR TiMES rMrT G 0 Mc ChordfiWhile looking throughl some volumes of latfI books recently discovered the missive which we publish below It was Written during the war of the Siiebcllionl maybe romeinbered by some off ourreadersMr 0A Butnm- to whom the letter is addressed its a ireUknojwn character of Springfield haying practiced aw heThianyyears ago He nowjlives in Mercer county The following is a verbatum copy bf belettertj ROClSLAND APril 5 1864 MiuG A BOTHER I received yours this moi mg and was happy to heart rtfni you At Lopiyille thy had no charge against me Jxncl bffe ellto let me ako the Oath and come back to Springfield butwas mad ait the time and bId them I was arrested forio bting and woul Mtt8wftlP r4id not denybc mylitn4espectS to all l1 especially to Mr and Mrs Moffit for It will always love them Iortheirleinc lies to jne I hope tliere is a oySIj Jr 1 4 h rcr p t TTLBSHIP kl TUqirc HOn Z Iiis John W LOWS who wasi appointed on the oommttt to ii I91rchristening the battleship Ken M tIiickyGoy Bradley requesting him to ttl do what he can to interest hiSp filendsin the effort to taisea of fund for buyinga silver service for the new battleship named in r honor of our state iieex- nstuUjf 4i t t tI f tv o tl those who bavetthe nitter lEChaml irdukL desire andean extra effortful be imade to save S tlilT3ie state frO- UJjJflVdO helIgnominy of Oth1ntcVshow her appreciation ofAthe great hphbr of haying oije of Uncle Sams greatnai fighters named for her Other states 11i whicfi have been so honored liave responded promptly and II ave done the handsome thing j= Mr Harry Weissinger of Louis vlle is the chairman of the committee to raise the fund for lraqlhimwlllof In the letter from the Gov ernor iit is suggested that the ladles of the state be urged to take a hand In the effort And the T suggestion is a good one m be PlIoorrSpringield is well off for schools this year in point z nnmb rand variety at least TherQ art no less than six schools sod near town that opened for pupils on Monday and all ofl them are well patronized The patronage is well divided upa little too well perhaps for the Rood of any one school 4s has beep suggested in the News LEADER before before we be ove it would be a good thing for the town and for the patron toe schools Were it possible o unite all the elements and es tabli h here a 0pod graded school that woildcrnploy several teacuers and thereby give grade and classl for pupils here are towns much smaller hSpringfleIdVtbtV support Od graded school and it is found to be a very satisfactory arrangement Tho schools here now are all conducted by com petent and experienced teachers bUttstillwecould be obtained by uniting all the interests giving employment to the same number of teachers and havinr one firstclass upto date graded school or college cz s 014- nth tnselv aare not soriotfn maladies IIJbedmaYIload to asthma tironcbltU or co n tipjptlon Th rlltbt time to treat a coiutfh or cold lU right awRY Delay eanit dinner Dri3Ila11neTar Honey Is a quick umasurocureandnsafocuro Snap Shots With a Uraphoplione r The Graphophone is to the ear what the photographic camera is to the eye aicli inpre for the Graphophone calches instantly nd preserVeS every tint and Shade of sound A mot intertesting use of ia Graphophone is- ot make records of your friends yolcosVtO be preserved for future use You can catch the storyof your jolly fdend just as he to1dI t or the favorite song of some f ovedonejustasshesangitarfdhave any time and as often as you please Besides the Grapho phone affords wonderful enterI tainneflt in the way of reproducing the music pf bands orIchestras or ygcillor instru mental soloists No investment wUl return so much in pleasure M thepurobafce ot a Grapho phone It is the perfect talking machIne Write for catalogue No 30 to the Columbia Phonograph Company No 919 Pennsylvania Ave Washington DO- Bnllard3 Horcbonnd Syrap is not mixture of stomach doatfoylnj drugs but J a RcIontlQcally prop rremedy alldhroatquick prompt and poeiliue 25c 5Oc llaydon 1 Robertson NEWS LEDER1 a year WANTElSeveral Trtistwuirthy Pcr managoonrLtlcn It is mainly offlco work cohaUctcd at hqmo finlnry etratgbtlOOOaycarand oxpenseaDet1nito bona t1w no more no less salary Monthly f7oi Kofpronceti Kncjoso seliaddrrisned stanpcu envcl 0pe Herbert E Hess prestij Dcpt M Chicago l iAillJ jr at HarrodsbargC i Asp ciaffroml Harrbdsbnrg5 sysWtn Morgan 4brothertn law ot ol Tack Ohi Was JihQfr in the breast ii stabbed n the afylometi ldatnesl Vo rJetween 45 tfcloek this teornini t the country reSt dtceotV Moberjy wltti whoto organ hasfjjeen living for some 4nie The woosds Mre thoub- tbVali l Tbed1fltd 1lt1Js su- oseI to frftVopeh the utcbine in old ifrudg jHoberliByl bus not tee arrtted Bath were IiitttS ietoVJ MOrlt c diidV frOtiJ U v b= lesftli rl Mr- VWthVIthe1 1J 9iirl Qf 48 9iir Vlsl et at p ul e dh I s mm r e o IL IItN w ity NofantlJ bo without iVildyV aColic rIs WITH OUR y 1 bt C yfARlIIKSIf 8NOttCeV8tOCksale oi oxcbanKO inserted la this col t nn TRBS 0ICDLUQB Fanners Are rv ccstcd to send In stock or crop Items foihublLUon Tho horse8 and mules of the Invadiin lAg United States army cut quite ahflgvre in the campaign of Porto Rico ychequite diminutive and ao the govern ont horses and mules are thebeet to i had they excited much comment from the Porto BIcant who t1themf weTbe- t Horseman i c Likely MMt peepte la Mercer 4o otreaI1ekowaeh oa y to brI flit Iinto the county annually by poultry Mr J M Board who has been In thov produce business for a number of y soarsocrat and according to his books his average purchases of eggs chickens i geese ducks turkoye ctc per WOOK awyear Thte shows the sum expended by min and tber are a dozen or iore hucksters in the county and hIIo their purchases ore not nearly tt a 0 largo as Mr Boards something 11bj books of our farmers by thenpegdn year making a grand total of S126 j000 Besides the produco which t sold an enormous quantityis cour umodIn tho county by the producers j Mr Board ships his produce toNswe York tJBad Leaf Mr W W Goddards fl1e saddle stallion carried off the blue ribj bon at the Springfield Fir last week Inj ntiredclevenot the roadster ring Mr B Qoddard Bod LeaTs colc and ougbt back eight blue ribbon and r1three red ones ttW- henever fodder crops can be used a l a food for animals It should be done J aa tho grain can be tothorwiso deposed of and an increase be made in the re tturns from the farm Every bushel of grain unnecesBarily fed whether to fatten or carry through the winter Ino ood shape is wastedqBncklens Arnica Save Tho heeL inlvo to the world for Cots Bruises Hares alcera Ulcorn Salt Rho t e1lba1nscorus FoverBores Totter ibsppod harts and all kin eruptions and positively curse Plies or no paYE required U Isgasnntood to give per feet satisfaction orsnnney rofundodt Price 25 cents per box at ITardon it HtlbIortsons Drug Store Printers Ink Heroes The rough riders are to be tmustered out The troops com j prising this regiment received an immense amount of fictitious advertisement It became the best known individual body in the army noton account of superior bravery extraordinary achieve ments but by reason of certain features connected with its or ganization which appealed to the iimagination of newspaper writers and readers That millionaires sons and uncouth reckless and in some instances criminal iron tiers men should volunteer to fight under the same leader Iis surprising of course There was no Tell reason for suppos ing they would make any better or worse soldiers than the men enlisted under ordinary condit ions and the result confirms this view They fought well andl some of them fell in thefront8 ranks But tbere were others The only member of the rough l riders to whom has come very distinct or unusual recompense sea to be their Uolonel l who may oa the strength of his and their records become Governor of New YorkLoulsvfllo Com mercial B Unrdn Snow Liniment wUHcure Lamb Baclcsoro throat woUnds prauu bruises utaoJd prejfc LdIcatw1 lj cumyour backache nXyi tt fljrjr J j NfSI i OMINJ1TtDr- e I1i i i r Lr jJ o I tii I Y JaII t Its i Mi a1aWJId14 ierujtj af 3JGaittJiirflieals I 1 i a rep b1icat a convention of p appellate districtbom wf1he counties Of AdairVIit Anderson BarrenBiuIttCaey CiiniaJ Green Hardl Hart ttt tfda ion Metoa1feNelon th- idMO J Pqlaski SHelby Spen ci1rlTjlorfWashi gtn WaynO icthitley lmet at Iebanon hUIy September 1 It was g cailect td order by Hon J S Ias Cooperi of Somerset chairman thfa third appellate district j othmttcqmB fCohgressman John W Lewi nominated Capt John eed of Spencer county for temporary chairmatrof the con v ventibn tIt was lug privilege- D l o saidi to present one of the best Men in the state eminent character and Consistent in is republican principles He as a man who years ago when the Kentucky government and t its nag were at stake went on tBe battlefield for the flag and hoauso1 Congressman Lewis In scathing terms to the 3o bel bill a law that was an U to the manhood of they state i a law that meant the dis branchisementof the republican otesof the state Thespeaker t aId he agreed with Mr Cooper hat the convention was a very importa tone It was necessary to elect a man as judge who c1d not be a partisan a man t who would not know any party and who would make no dist tinction between democrats and republicans white men and lack The delegates were as i embed onceJnoro to renew their allegiance to the grand old republican party the party that never failed to meet a national in the right manner speaker paid a brilliant tribute Cto President McKinley that aroused the enthusiasm of conventionFor secretary Maj J L Wharton of Washington was nominated by Capt OffuttI Maj Wharton was elected unanI I lmouslyl ization was afterward made the permanent organization Mr W F Neikirk Of this county was putbn tho committee n permanent organization and n motion of Mr Bowman of LaRue county the name of Hon John W Lewis was added toI the committee on resolutions Judge J M Belden of Lib arty nominated Judge W W Jones for judge of the court of appeals in an eloquent speechI in which he paid a bright tribute to Judge Jones saying that he would uphold the law as he had no enemies to punish and no friends to favor Max Howard of Marion seconded the nomina tion followed by Secretary of State Finley ExCongressman John W Lewis also seccmded the nomination of Judge Jones at the same time paying tribute to the Whitley county republi can that called forth cheer alter cheer JJpOn motion of Mr Lewis thet nomination of Jones was made by acclamation Chas Finley James Denton and Max Howarc were a committee of three thai I escorted Judge Jones to thet stand Judge Jones impressecl upon the delegate theneteessity for constant work in order to get lout the entire republican vote The committee on resolutions reported condemning the action of the last Legislature denounc lug the Goebel election bill anc t indorsing the administration off Gov Bradley and indorsing President McKinleys adminisr tration Both these indorse ments came in for a large share 1of applause from the convention Dent send yonr suits away to bo dye4 and P1Iy13 00 forK when with 3otQ 60o WOrth of JPutnam Fadplosa Dyes and a n bourn wprkyoucan dojnst No ezperiencb necos8nryJu8tboll the guods Vitlil tiietlyo and theyan w da noiv ugain Sold Dy Waters 13rownO 4 I I Dlsapilolmitetl Emrope tt The DutchvlIuisWr of Foreign- ffairs rec ptv desciibftd our rgnmntwith Spamas a cruelldisappointmenttWbe entlQm st iappjbneii to be addressing thj Si nt1tnte of Internatzont lt raw i nd meantthatit wasjr eirrgttajble atwarflhpulAbiai Even Qther ISe the sentimentrwhlph he ex ca fcrlssea x la iZ common enough tic iesjlib1isl A Englacd Tfere tli eVarI j1fg son deed been a disappointment and bitter one The ultimate sur reuiacv of this cqmnitrvas nc essarily torsaen butmeanwhife foi had been devoutly hoped that ih wtf would take ai Buccesaio i pf ey prodigious croppers 1nTjewof Alliance whichriiin looairga and the air is a good place for Jt tz he fact is worth nothing Until tio- ecently the States have been re arded by England very much th Hawaii hasbeen regarded bv 1- 1usa far away semi cIvilized ono jumping off place These views mi ay not have appeared in tim Iinto London press yet If absent from ihe the papers they are well In Jll people To them we are a sordid to ulgr shopkeepirig lob But latteriy with sudden clairvoyance the estiny has beeuseen leading ly Cinderella froai pantry to palace ing Hence the step sisterl dffectlpt and the kisses blown across the it sea This is very pretty But ago there is something prettier yet the fable of the catspaws and toe moral that hangs thereby Ed gar Saltus in Colliers Weekly U atItWden BuQoiinK from a severe cold and foourdope of Folor1 Hottay sad Tar when a the soreness lUbe at ones rtQcred a ill wann gratefal fooling and hOling ot he parts affocted wilt be experienced and you wIlIsayIttceIssogood1IhItsot tho spotn guarnteed 1JIatRobertson Y One of the worst drawbrcks to the boys and young men of the present time is their dlslnclin lo ation to learn some useful kiiid of trade Toy seem tothinkt cothatin the world anyhow and thatt there will always some light and easy work omaIUPto atSord them a livingIn many cases the patents seem to en courage them in their ideas The f tlworldunder such a delusion They are a worthless improvident setl often with large families to sup port and their mode of living ifi characterized by the old adage from hand to mouthIn many instances growndesperate frobc lack of employment they resort to crime They feel that they are driven to crime not because there is no wotk for them to do but because they are not fitted to do any Kind of work The boy ar man with a trade and with a disposition to apply hUn h spit to it is seldom found in want or in trouble It is the la woulflrbegenleel butintrlnslcajly worthless man the man who was at that too proud to learn a trade that has the hardest time in getting along Hartford Herald MilleRs Given Awayab ItUcortajulygmtlfylnRto the jmblicttbto know ofono concern In thQVIand are not afraid to bo generous to Ibo nop dy and sufforlat The proprietors nio nrtc bcoughR lrttatlmodlclnoaqi1bno Ofoi knowing it has absolutely cured tbons ands of hopeless cases Asthma bron rdJ Its hoarsencBsanii all diseases of throat chest and lungs are surely cured g by It Call on Haydou itRobprtopn Drugw gist and get a trial boUlo free Largo bottles 0c and loo Ouaranteodor fcrlod refunded d The Czar of Russia has inaug of crated a general peace movement by issuing a note declaring that maintenance of sid Clmeats tow crushingmil iMkHM P is the ideal for i1ICli all GOT Isernmentsconsiders the present moment i favorable for that purpose andre Invites the pows to take part 1tin an iDternVtVobal l tOnIOrenOoMa a means of thus yinsurJ g J altl VanafastingVQmtCe and terminal tug the progressive increase ff arraunent Coming from tho nsourcetnatureently iswritfeni In good ffaith f aUdit accepted In like mannert 4 wjrll bOa boon to alithe conti I1 onentatbwnf tnJ s t tiij 1ilf 8 c nla1 p b JJY f y l tt GtHE wMewakebesfnes msaUrI ft1RohthQcoJumnll 4 VLKADER roach tha 1arn sad MiII jbuyers Bur ADyIITzsIjq JEDt7 Iji ior 1tnottslluaud tre JlibbltJ A sbtbrt time since when the bn3sf the country was blazinlf tortlithe glory off 8aitsosLder- uctlou cJ Ceverss1et itiago Gov KnQt M4 adis 1li i 1 sdrtion Wben the above aubjeci me Up The pWfesfopaljcM man took tEoronad that all L 1ect belbngeci 10 Admiral Sep f Jand was- Inclined to lfIor6 I Obmmodbro Scbleys parIl lie 1 transaction entirely TbeGbr I InI I at charateistic twinkle In his e said k t Mldearlis itis exceedjnglr ltiytnKtOjnielob JQl1 take 1 e stand you have in this ques 1 n Itislikeja balm to my 0 conscience and settles a point a slatbaswalking through the woods 51 day with a boy friend of thnowbenl ajsinkholei We watohid P holei awhilc then 1 tout fe u boYW eepTaich hUeI Yent get some fire UfsroJoke the rabbit out When rI returned boy had the rabbit I prompt took it away frpiTiim claim that U beloved tJ iael be cause Iliad told hIm how totet That wagV 6vet fifty years and ydtj are the firsl man who has ever agreed with tue that that rabbit was mine 1B knpwvnow that 1 waaj right la king it mid my coneclscs ktO N rest The geiitThaan looked sol MB r a few moaaents tbti sailedMJ poor wekMtllet ud efcaff4 4 saetXY A4TOC- M s There Is more caUrrh IB this MeUW the countrytban Uob ltpetC sgothcrindIIUppOllcdto be Incurnblo for a great any yeas doctors pronounced nIS Jo l disease and prcacrilxjd ilocal remedies andbintAl1Uvfa1lnK tu cure vltbjjcal IttreAtmont pronounced JnCJUabro Science has prqvcn catarrh to be n cwnsti tutjonol dlvonse and theroford requires p- 1stltntlua1l trcatmont Hnll8 Catarrh Cure manufactured by R J Cbconoy Co Toledo Ohio iJthe only constltu tional remedy on tho market it Is token lutornally In doses from 10 drops to a thobtoodiandprrort nehundrod dollars fur any case It albr torurft 6pnd fbir clrcoUu and tee p- monials AdaresswVF J Cheency Co Tbledb O fold by DragRlsU75ci 4VlraIIs Family Pills arethe belt o b tetdof Judg Jones5- t I Jadfe Wallace W Jones fhb tst Republican nOIBof tala district for judge of the opart of appeals is out of the b moist popular Republicans in this partqltthe state and is almost certain to win easily He was c bora in Cumberland county on his fathers farm January 19 1855 At the age ott tree yearsfo taoved with his pa Casey county working on his thers farm hlllfViio was 10 years oldfH5 studied 1n the county schools and the Columbia High School and then studied at a hpsei using the same books as p are employed at Centio College n the years 1884 and 1885 lie aught school in gassy county 1ndWumbfa High School Is IsalJudge Jones was admltM 1 tie bar Saving read law at ii his timeo during spare Judge Jones ran for Congress lf 1SS4 agaInst Gen Frank d WolfpraVthe Democratic candi ate in the old eleventh con resslonal district Judge Jones as defeated as republicans were not strong In the eleventh istrict then In 1892 Judge JOb was elctedcircuit jjudge i the ttftatfniLth jjudicial dis trict and was reelected withottt oppositk a im 1896 He lives at- dlua01btal M4 is OM of MM aost lst ettiitiMi ik I toa JIUII the title of uverylstreetligleSfietjOSL ifsuod by the Chicago MIiauke sad 8t Paul fcaUway acscriptlTO of Sshisg sorts along Its lines Kwrnibe foes1e tercatto the professional anglers ww i itb the amateur A cppy wfllbo switlw ny acson receipt ot a twoctot staep- or postage Address Gto Hi Haaffori GentPass Agent Chicago ill If Germany hdany idea cf abbIng a piece of PhniDplDe territory she expects to stoat itS from Spain and tidt fro America That poor old cpaatry has had the Stuffing kncckc ut of her and absolutely u1 abi o resustthe encroachtaeit ol nv1or jiku jJ1UQn She hei had roanvexperiehc e uEHtC- 0 VS 4V es Mll tmu i tr t4LJI f tirM ttfi13iM ttIt FPwr T II t =I J r 4ki5oaI s rowe so v sTVi 1kVLS5i aow Thlicaee 43m t Irttfiay other Po WekJi r drj1et1sl ii the rhili1 i 2YknsbL1JOQ 1 iIIY + o4 i tp fttftJ f Ur peOuflIfp O uce EveaJap osla t f3i e ice Qf rrltOritlnl Is s1si i ay so other couhtry Ni H Jervene It is hadly poItat- Spala fl t11 can eyarfraiih ifcjg f h bLIIppIna1 1sszsf aidea- 4ess jthe UaitsJ trloi tlSpatnSIsland under hei bad X 9jif r apparent thee loob rJtCi scramblifor ttrritofy Iliii if t i4 5 Q lbllrJ lf t o trA c entrstef31 certainly loefctllk It 1Htc s tiI really o trlcfc =fee t J i Ay r 1t Ct11t i D oysleIa ascroes Ira W r j Ina an e rt iking Zletr UItIIis The f eSUpLtk whe y4 s C j trfii 0 fating if iMi ih ipliJ a4skiy It s ha T 14 rAiili flc 4e z sN asri Jtrt 1 tif1 aeui100gauuIrsde L 4jews if hI UlQ l J 1 fAJ01siIuL i n Owensboedaissirs J uatenas M io deW 4if tawhethlr4a as M t ayforLaiui4rt J tMbE ttl tbeen riMMiJ f Iwr jMurt aqit paper uK iaLu toIs am 1j for ye rsTM ww bed iwpiit edly or 1erltlII biM dM ay for the timesIt rUti r 4I continued takrsg H iiom H f oatoce aad Niril H ry x rTeek The coed hrtdl jIf Ifcf ala gotthe psqrIrss h pest oexad it aM rlioet Qt jIt lie Msi pWM t asgvejudgasii1biSit- he Muss pr VV4r a J Clean MoW m a 1ieiutywi4lietit CV 1 iic clean your Woo4 eiiS v lstirring up Ute 3qritm frwM tkeMbr Hs l I t and that sickly b4ieesiIszss ssbi r aacaretabee4r e tesMs Iiptsi tWactiGII efta0isd sSc- An Indiaa rwr push the olIowin IB elrcjikr edessut to patroas N 4kM k JwrelqF given that jf 10 wit MID a 4b fmy store thrM tIaieada4srVngtherextyMeapi rs dnak cL iaIik ir kcaying 1Q QW ih ndoftheysaTllIoMsI barrelsl 9f mybest IOer mt poa a r G joundsot j1 pon4s i Qo 10 IQus ri 1tJthoea one lC 0 t twife jg ttiea I dWwMe eft i6 pay for iJtt It 4r- ask i r Art YNI4Hpaj tt wI J kPSpo LJrt editSaiStho naA W 4 es lfs44 45ThyMa a4 yqVc5011 at t 1i 4 wI es tII 4Sfit n ir0 1 Pi1sMwJC5p JiT 1T 1U LAs rb w fJ aci 3- lyowsMws it 1tjAU smrasoSViriiqVl 3L SSJLS I NELAbEP THE ELEA1I d lIE cwiviaON JR 4tT bwPY1 bogtt 1kIftrfeiMij I 1otcsI +iio kpwl aoLb 1 tf to IIP4UI44j fft TtoWtttk M O1-b 4 IU 10 r1li1I i pt wsiI On9iA just tkP4tcr1 wItbIatJ zrtbs9i1Iib4 IOS II1ye oe 4 P oo iiv4 prn to doubt tb4re li itaLULfi 43 e eIm cwthpcovaW 1Mg Th IsMsi iie g1fb of giiiliii Idl ilo tkfe line i itt t thbflurLis Row r q3 I Itior Iwo4MsbyOI the I rI4w1i4juir ed th Ipropsc bs41g crgbI m- cko1p1ks A railroad man o th1ilt t Inconi- t0 p sst Jict l have t fect UOMI 1 provisions plo4id aears loaded w2t Mpp1Ie a sntered allI rihstatL ik ib rWioi bMjiM War cc9rtaaItatbIjIrOa5baS st bLair 7 Ikt Gnrs a doing aoi tkkgw HM Mew York 1tpspzL Elo stsI h AeHcaiaiyaad C that it lackv discipline land WS idly aug14 pvy way Hr iays 3katIa1i ar h b e iunen Atwd tttwttli V 1 ttrf sII oo thjpajt of ttle3cJSiJiihish artiy tbtShatpcces ppuld tSVba Jaa ihila What a or somO other 7 jilsrtnil tofb known fvSeai- 41ced upon 2 YikADLEYdid a popular t4Qwb lieecured tfiat hi bng bo tudksQiJer hospitals Thc tr4frouiiFbttte s Monroe q- 1Iqra arrived at LQUjI IlWaidtbattku Op Iq7 ioIanothertij gtfup tbqsthk t Montank Polot tSLQ1slaEdcollege IF 4enI tsltMuoatCicjazatk was e OftbC smtllest national con Yaati1oL icord Whton add Jg dtiusDialJyrPreak1ettt PtlrTHg ii abcr8 of the G A U 1g y POSISSSTC1nbInnattthh w1ijfl S r a Yta boliEg 3 ti3a erwoi r 0 OWflrMfte 4liiif i i3a fl- C9xTIpj3 E6QErSiow 44pNr kloI 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Jn too French navy k sbeeri i omowhat raortitylplf pne The wQrsfruiBin f France hishardiyturod iosay ucl biiterHhlngs as this civilian tia V ati expert hasfreely uttered of late pot onlyhisownopn- men but practically to the whob world Add granting that the lesion tasght byrpewey amp son and ScHley have made it A jcommohpjace ininavai wararc apswhol1yorpwtlybi1j oPwood are burning targets for jiiodBrrigfqniiers jig inwbaj uirpiij ode JfQ nj- hscgbajoIeQIF Ydshor month ct it ththtU thoFrittlBtval mans bbibr Jl n he channel ali jl n tbeiMedUer Vanean have proved that the French saa jnanship is a quality not to be Despised and that trench gun ejr fs by no means so wide of bo markaslraady of M Locir royV vague priticfsMs would in d ticateterjpftnarlneis himself japghiag at the storm which ha raised L jondbWANTEZSuanatTrUstworthy Per sons itt thIa state tol ihamtgp our buInc jn tIpcLr own anlnwtrbXcoun ti cs It a1o1YoMmrnrkcaIiucte- oii6h a1rv Mt1IgbtDOO iiycarnn o h1haryerilTSv jCneloso eel radthseth i8inpeSr 4lveIoLOp ftrCrneuI VIikagOiL I The roiif NWhvill olJ the 3Ou mortgagepn i Ouibor land and Cnio Tailroad dar at tnerpfBceoft tie treasurer of the compahVi Tiffs iklf no nhaS the GreensbdgIbVancfrpf theib fc N andfa aboattlirty mllefeloii The r ty year agt brcapjlalist jtf Mz lea conntyvwntf1 1 1tiIft9r the road had befeh begjSn tliat they wouldL be ttflibl totiigh i 1hi 1ouisvii1t r the andthu 3OOOOO 6f 7 pecentj bonds wore issued which We B N guuran leedit Th interest baa been paid In March and September The jitedr9bQpc1s iIl expire to ayid Fidornpany is hblQtm lijiitlicdja timeTretllucethie fixed char esoLN by 21000 i emv mortgage thu tyiILoaiidNashvIlIe corn ipaiy becomes tie owner of the ro4t wbwh 1ias alWays been a s aisaory1e drthe dithpr y tthbnerina1Lng blincb rhe orJg1a1pw1er8 theroa d wU bogicen an PpiHonltyft isI sAid iindsit1cii road runs frccn Gteetis L baifj p Ppught atSaptun d6oprrdifpwb ot our bave lads did valiant Oane3Pi fcMoutaulrvB 3 is recoyefing tobont1iomepoorUpon an ovation and he will fee over wbe1medwith questiunsin regard tothebattleOfSanilagojn which Tie took part Owen Isaacs an othgi An erson County boy ar riyedbere iram Mpntauk yestei day mornliigtHe wps iDtb 1ztbI kebftbe fight arounilSat tiagoand gjvesgra hip des rlp tions ofijisexperiences inv QiibEk where he rethaid two months ffe was DL3fie Hottest of o char m bf is regime the42th tnfantryV ba the after noon of July i libopton InI t this regimen were killed rind thirty five wounded He helped storm a blockhouse and carried away part of the Spanish Hag He tells a 4istressing tory cf the hards hip5 that were ecdured by the soldiers as they lay for eight ays in tl e mucl ULcler thea burning rays Of a tropical sun Ajter tIo suddor ol I3authgq therqwere carc1y enough well men ta q6 gtfrd trtf Be 1- sstr overlldg frou attdc1 fqyer nd ha lO fttQdIi tI1 rep if manysiiatMnntatik but parIhnt o6as9aia anit that thelciL receivOVf1Ztetioitnddr sun N AIP1AL 1ME rtoFan tiigo sIQKg WELIRJsHG- HTc A D Siptlagbderblo ffortq Jn Getting Amunilion aniHlaUons tp the Prgnt SaVed the Jay j1 PJKiUiitler of paclctrjflifNo 3wjfUnj fi loIeit1I1J dmrrhoen In more or 3v IokntfoyI nd who aItdci1 fiiiaonQoi obctorfprt yaa it cas0 t rush nifdfush njglit and day to kijep the roops irai plled wl thimunl tlon id rations but tl uks tof Cha n4xjrlalns CpHo Qlsolora Diarrhoea Remedy OOFO able kebI at vrifrk and kceiJ our health la factjTBincbroiyl llovo that at one critical tlmaahU niekJcfno was ilndtroct snylor to our nripy orf tho paekors hal been upablo to work there ivoutdjbave liepn no wav of getting sup plies to the front tThero worn no roada tbntn wngon trairt could use My corn rade and misoif had tho good fortribe tta lay n n supply of this rtibdlclno before we left Toliijur hahkimW Injrtnr 1t hns titdfysvcdmys1Ifc1P I1Qp3oc 1tW wrItteri fQ thc mnmifflcliuors oTtliia medfefhoj the c I1amnbnn Medicine Cp DsMojjics Iii a ti3H There az S cTfaw9 thati oubirng ourpeoiIe JSrestht- ne is that alt persons between the ages of 18 and 60 are to work upon the freq pikes and receive noncompensation for same Nowi this is pretty hard for a laborer who has to support his family to give the county or mother words to give the man who travels six days work for nothing If there isI sach a law think it is an un justj one Now our qpunty Su penntendeoL says the school books have been changed or at Teasta part of hen Now if tllis aytwtfs pass4in 1893 why a it not ocen tente rcedI before thisJJime Sevijral of ourx eople boughtnejWDCKksiast year fori their children NQW tije etbooksi gviithaye to be changed f r new onSs Dthis is gamst r bpringj in nviio has as much as JIB can doio fed and clothe his family for J belong to ibis class and ex perienCe baa langht me jlhis If theselaws are enforced somebody will suffer WQ attended the Nelson county fair last Saturday Alargecrowd was present and we met many oldirlonds Thashowof stock wasrgobd but we d d not admire the cake walk Perhaps others tthought Iwisqnd Mr Will Weekly and auHly ofc Taylor county came down last week 4o see relutiyes Mrs Will Harold has typhoid fever Mr Will Green is hopelessly Uli of Poe Corop ipatioc of diseases New hope mealing js pro grefsTbg ificely There is a chance for several additiprfs Corn cutting will begin the lat- ert part of this week Mr Porter wbo has been a huckster hers for some time is dangerously ill of typhoid fever Mr Will Wilson andwile of Botland is visiting at Mr Will EtaroUTfea Wo had a delightful rain ast- pnday which was much geeded jF4chbO1ts rogresslcgy 1l M2h11b Jfodkua see WILLISBURc From Oar Regular Correspondent The weather has beep so warm bnt Monday we had a fine rain and we feel grateful Water Das been so scarce that some are drying their stock to water Mr James bhirley has per chased an interest in the flour mill atthis place It is one of the best mills in the county and we wish the uew firm success Mrs Jane Colvinr an aged jand re tet lady diet at hei home iiearfiere Sept i iBbe was the mot1e of R PetcrColvinwhq- isouo p1 thorigI4espociairn era of the gospel tbattbls county overproduced MaslfcJ Orouch was called io Mefcer county to ieerher sis ter who is not expiected to H ve Mr Joe Homan is very low with a complication oFdiseaSes- Jdr Prank facruggs is imprpv iogstp ly Ker John T Brown Jjf Louis yijl preached at the hnstlian cKurchy erjErTfiura3a jhtt nd Eev Pun of MackveFri dayn1ghh ji AL Bitepiiaea b Ine jrpI iaitjh hcyUty undJan i isnr- opsIqSyrcmp CuMnnIcoulo 1- 1Oeun1t nflrI nemtttaiuirc en1rn jfnaTho f your most excpJloMt ik 8ICk h1oehotlorsult rsoje far1 hSirmiugOi IIr II t r9nbcsup W3i1SYIiiICflSeu1V my liccadaIce are atnppbt- IJ5Oj300 ne SSW athr Prpwne Y1uMo Farm lands i mrrarm Ficderic1tjPS V i ng of45ie ouimiq t lOOicrecLL whicHis asji c Uottom iar1l as cSu be found anywhere Tne are ttto laraol Tcsilenpe and ono good ten ant bouse on the place atso good o tqbiildinge Will rent the tim- rmaiopr divide it into tract a For further information call ou or address MRS MJ L CONNOIi Fredenoktown Ky T orl HTHDRMAU Springfield K Uorigbia III Aug c fMtfi subjoot lo cramps find bavo ned mnav remedies but find FoJoys CoJIo Puina bpai jUio n nil W L Teats 3IfaYdop tt RO tr Berl giiire pigs for SaleVi oti I have for sale three fin Haerki shire pigs two male and one i r LMlNT Snt11t14iom tub DI ftMtiHi6i14Letter to tho Jatnitst N X j Sun Dustt Chautatqua Co N Y Edttor Sun I consldcrlt nxlbty to make lhtf3lldfwuiB6ta Qmeiit One year ago lost AprilXbecajnQftffllctedTTlth kldpey dlscaio I employed ono or tbtfmost tfxperfeticc pby J4br9ffl eq nuanoutruflcf was educed to a mere Skeleton My fatber Jacob Johnson of Biter lodof the scum disease three years ago and I tgan toAhlnk thorn jraa tuLle hqpq fomo VniMy Ibozan tho tiab of Dr Fonnora Kidney and Backache Cure and Ithelped tno from the start My digestion Improved thp soreness loft my sides and bade and I tnott on healthy muscle Tind floh Two bottler completely cnrod 0 Vburtr jrlorsnhoby HaydouA BobortRon 3 STURGEON F1ING- bCaptaHac lUirTon Vttht jaoPhiibo I I4iorsiiIon I eaw a Bfurgepntii hntheAEcannery flooveayfl a writer ront6 Globcijnctrsurins the tape and weighing nioro than six hundred pounds Any one wishing to deceive the public by aid of it prevari cating eojnera should pose beildo hia twelvefoot fish The men who skit ully and laboriously reduced It to sec tions with an axe said It was not an uncommon fish bough the blggost on the floor that they often found them far larger and weighing as tauchaa twelve hundred pounds Two men lilting a h lftoq flab Into their boat Is the jszcAlng feature ot sturgeon fishing The sturgeon if note fastened In his thick bide Is apt to resent it He ohalces hid heed in ejt- opoatlc dlcaent and a head three feet long and as big as a log when vigor- Ously shaken by a halfton body Is a thing to bo avoided The tajl too is a source of danger for it not only steps with energy but can cover a largeCBur taco with one application The nan new at tho bunlnesa is apt to get hurt the first time he helps to coax a wrlg gUng sturgeon of standard size over gunwale On the floor of the cannery the stur goon Is a great inert mass of flab The first operatlbh of the butcher Is to chop off tile head And tall with an axe and r that free gitaf nue thq In d16l3auuI CjInuimep nrp 6hgerfy I1 jngat tie dbdr Thofln8arerrdut off w1thtdflihd tlkeSrenbt aUqsdk to go tto waste A the refuse Is shov sHad along the PI nks to the river there is little allow d to pass the coast native and his coialn of the braided hair Chinamen vdttcr around the platfc and help to clear away the refuse for the sake of what they can glean and have n eakness for tak6g parts not Intended lor the river WhOa such Mongolian tricks are discovered the Chinamen are all driven out with more noise than ceremony but they take their expulsion with Oriental dIfference and in a few minutes are all tack again loterontlhsr luyenllon Carpets rugs etc are kept In place pnjte floor by a perforated plataj whichjnasa number of sharppolntB set Id iiys flurfacaUo holdj th dges ofthg totho116br A d1aafcrme orarehaad1ithttbe ends ottho wire DroughfcclSeAt6getherand rounded jott a sharp blade telng set a short distance back t f theljoints to Eeverthe tltches as the tool is pushed along twaii Imoroved collar button iwp part 7xnaoj x the flat head wIth shoulders on the shank ta holda small slotted plate which fastens the collar4n pTaee alpop on the late retaining the necktle to prevent il slipping over the tpp of the collar I Pcrielaln Id lbbe Med for lionu menttf aad tpnibstoiies thoAons being J onoW and filled with 6cncrote after ji taj5lett has been inserted lnr 5m lopen jgce oit one s deitajlng ypange cut I1tQun4 te sdge prevent reoval with osd at the bJpmjtq preycn tqtecmi gatbring hnIdei1i- coei a scalrdlii heiids vhon- ihOtcgvOJ4Js lIsted The steath5jTasng- iaund a flangr1th athecppho kettle ftbtdvonl through a ctirved spout SJtDTepJpe sections ittief Mcutety norVedtByf new stener wHlcfr isniade b GIjtth aVh5pO tod dc bnontC- nd7o thpIpe and 1it in the con iiectIngnd of tienext plpojhp soc tldna being turned irdund iii tIl thr tonfettb fits intheoUV 5t t SbuaInesa iiat buiNe- fr orlcfn rent y6 feie ihat to oeU2Qrigikr- thO grthh c4 the ctyhVmili p1Icat1on o1 botb cisthnda t1i- ttise3bOt mal1 iqt cornieteibiii er6Led to thIs bushni iit re quirci tnd btsTcqulrexiienta ale grtti- 1baIth ftVatie place diefb eo fcfepf eir aDd sixtyflte varieties of ahoe blacWnsyr pollsa ldr shqe of all klndtf sad cot prs Including ScKliIgBjnnlixjllalica laib6M8aD4i Jx le3 and Irnportem blackings aawejl as doEQesUc and wa terproof blacklegs an1onberpare soldhero canSopIjipd for water blocking pans the small found plmfl blacking than would be contained In a blacking box bruahaa of all kinds In eluding daubprs dust brushes andH blacking brushes whisk brooms anp shoestrings of various kinds and col crs Sbfaie of these establishments sondi out supply wagonu which regutarlx make the rounds ot their customers atbo9tblftckhng staadaai vetthei and suppl Jhcir vnts whatever Uiey y niay bd on the spat iun DoeWr shid tbiunanvnawoTrie sboutvblshealthwhen iymptoma qf JugglBl neaq assert themsolYAanla Beesonllfe his whta a good thing to eie AnPbj4j yflcJ4 jibBanjtinJnded hut alffays n amolfcf answered with emphaslst f Havana Fethl must adult that I have boom quite attentive to both girls but o course I cant marry them both Dick cbeerfulllOf course not TbereB tome conscltinn In that Dr Andrwe sgn 1JT E Benjamin Andrews baa re signed Ulsplace as president of Brovm nuJvenUttt Ws letter of restgnntion having been rtcelveS by the Rev Dr Anderson secretary of the bdhril of trustees The letter while not jjlvejr edt fot publlrtSlonta n brief note ad dressed to the corporation soylujj 4hai he resigns 1n order to assume the echqglBjlI e oyejgttftt once GosqvLxTirr LtrrzreTLTTT iS iv1w9su- FOR 20 YEARS HasJod all Worm RomocJief EVERY OT1IE GUARNTEEO SOLD EVE1IY3VHETt- Ernre t7 ezcnicsaoi ciitT aoc1 sad W5Mey flabiti homnqwuhotipin ticii1recbt FRE- B3LwOOILnY un utictnombo NEWSLEADEBIOO a yearm 1IciwL jBemotexyLawn Tonciiigt- ghovfnn fcfmUntntu Catalogi Tree Wi ht Bs1 J1TaZdsC Tbe MsMULLEti WOVEN WilE FEHCECO Ilpn4t2OMMvtetSICiiiCO1L- LI1K7OQpR LFS4Ufl Troubles and jConsuinp tton Can PC Cured annkientistI Besers Tb1distunplebedQw rLem1t I qcuenonetraUng14dIkcovortOI1abie xIQinary Ewrcuijslst- ubbonncoughs cutarrbal aitecUonl oral dccllno and weakness loss of flesh arid conditions of wasting away will Bond THREE FREE BPTXLK9 all different of his new discoveries to any afflicted render NEWSLEADER writing for them HU Wow Scientific Treatment ha cured thousands permanently by iU timely use and be considers It a sfmolo profession tituty to suffering humanity to Donate a t8cieucedaiydoveioies t this great chemist patlcntiyjaxpei imputing for Drears has prodnced resultJsas benefiCial to humanfty as caa bo claimed by any mpd emgenius His assertion that lung troub Jes and cppoupiptlon are curablp in nnj cllmatojis proven by heartfeik letters of gratftndd Jllcdiiihl8 Amerjicon ohd yEuro pcan laboratories Jn housand fron thoso cured ia all parts of the world iiedfcar cipirt cbnceda that WracWai cheskEn luhg ronble leiad io conjiunip undborta1dlI5ath 8fMpP tot 08 Pine street thv Yorir giving Ptand express address ti freeniedichno will be promptly sent Sufferers should tike instant advantage of this generous pryposlsloii mfiavn tell the lioctflr t Tou saw his Qf4rIC the LLIPR lAIt PflSted t I I f 1iLE WAR er Stt tiitLmr By 5rtt we will fftr th Zw e- Wek 5r fctf jj VCoteir if r AND THE NewsLeader- neear or qi4ya Sff t ceaf5 The CourierJurnl has the BEST war news ser vice of any ot them and you get it twice a week with tfie Kie sLeader making three paper a w eek i or 36 paperayeaivfbr pnly a Dollar anaa Quarterx z This offer is ppon toll i3b subscribers to the NEWSLEADEH whopftY up and one yearin ad SfSvance and tO anyrie4St1tf scribers r1Wocslrt1ls one of the most liberal offers marfe addtbete is no reason why anyone tboqld not keep posted one the w news and home news asiwQlh t Address communicaMonsvto i pK L DAVJSON JtiM Pub HEWSIEADER Sprtbkfi11s r OVblen Buekf o Uo dJntmchl rollovciS rtbointenso ftclllng Ii BovtUes It heals Ururca tlirohlo pse when jmrgeons fall It la a scientific cortiilhty Its taijfs I Ittcreaao thranjth its cures It 1s no porlmont Every bottle Ruarontetrd Tabes 75c Haydon tt Rooortspn Do Not Be Iropoud Oa j jiAlwaSTrinslBtongoUlng FolDyB Hpa 1 ey and Tar as JIB posttlyjlv abftolntQly pod umjqalfcdly leb stcougViniedlclnd W ct no subaHtmo na db aoUerli T wb4i aj Most ff rffffty InTcn tlon ot the an AUrar ready to entertain It requires noskill tooper ate It and reproduce the mule of bands orchct tree voealUts ieimIaIBoiolzis There U iiotiingIikattfor en eveciflga Other sodauIOd ta1kifl machines repeoduce- nl7 rccrdsof cutanddrJat ubecti prcparedln a laboratory but the 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jb1edeeanDoIb1I llnriI c1u5GVATEED NOt TO BIP FR LM i Fi1 h IiIup pCottOn goodsiip 1 werthajatllie wr ever know4a t be DOnay the old prices befcrQSBottoni prIce ireCi fiJaaihThtn forgqtthatc ar1jigimirLers kt ia tw 1 Dott Forget our Inditcernentsto taik ikJtilr 4ejiali sya irsIl44twflllpillghallrJDu Pfl- JM flURTON RtI1ABMOI iPex- ili t- I f J q M BU RTONJ t5 4t ki n j jrDirtpt i i oops rnrrAL atiitijj l uLTYUIPPED CallaanswerOd 4Vjf J- cc MffL41J ladtite services of an fXPRlCfroiWas0hooIOL mluilvg EGAliclt1 iTii ThUJd Eeiah1eLBftj iIi No troubletob- 4 and cfl 8AVEYOUjMONrtrtComDowr and seb MEk wIv SbM KARRICKITI oq f If DOWnTOWn Be1owmpoflq4j ro rt+ a N bt1pd W MCYttt rtdUc1WdIJ cI I ITStYk1muItWjfr54I 4fiaIly the irv 4 bywijthe e lizTcIrHayt acknowcdged hsdii 4ji Anienca iJ a YcsMet eNuIIr t 4keorldi cliekijCALL KV 4 jUNNjjjjjjjjjjjjjj f tjij S4EADER I TXUMDAT VOBKIKG ATr1NGFIELD L KYb t PM lS ApYANOS 4 TlQtGL I1IS ack iab IiI1lIrIa ttiriWOtsps WOP14tflIISstt cssh L 4stboIQ srye4u- ii 4ycrttVIaTf aIwie R liberal rs iis respect 3 I 4FY1ICXrIU 1qity g teii TV2t7QceSDtxiOffiet PYSIcAN to cLM DETIT OFICIIAIiltvzi1nxI 1S s SRflXII w 08 Jt HI LAMPN f r t crenc l I J FArRTt- I f OFFICE MouKWMII EVEDAY at N srLUNGFLEWjrY- fr i7iti BUT ONie HEttlDIENT OCMTIfcT as for uTEE1I EXTRACTED id PAIN IwIz14puZZ1 tru fir of SPt1D x jAll D4iSkUy- j WAKS iS ATTOMEALAWS = ll 8paEentIohIiQtbeCOI f otlohofe 6teiil i r I4OmthWCcUbir4 a 4 P k 5T44tJS1 1No4U rnod 1piYM1 Hot u ourae 4ry onexur 4- 49s S4I 34OW LI1IJFSELI I II1 114 I 3 4 ItW JA B- i AUCTION 4 5 r Land and ock Sali a 5cIa51t y SPRINGFIELD KYi I a jLC1EN8OR y i iWISI1Ti SIOPI ocacshocing 4- tt Curigc Repairing t jQnerat ckamfthin AWrk to klvt stiMMlIt b Cy t I KY = L tOLDWtUJ I JTsIIFIsseio 1sIW1IIeJSr IDeiSI j lLft aew aii4 thu sb oT t Ia5iweIP wcacmc QogUa1 A H iced c1otjf Ed pIo tree Mc g 5gJr CI3LO SIS = OUTTOWN I have for sale cheap four nice I uck Umis HSLiTS y 9UIrE a largo number of Spring J ftldpeople attended theIy fair d Batdstown lst week TjT y repjorlcagood crowd and a- good fair i oTIEI will ftff iall open Poiiftrr Slaughter House jarid t will pay th0 highest cash price for turkeys and all lkinds of live howlsMcGii5t WE are preparedtp off er aCronx mow on the Louisville Weekly Disjatch and the JjQws Leader for iio per year This apjpUeR old subscribers whp renew as as to nesf subscribers 2 jHE Third RegimentaBand I tWBplac0 went to Ellzabetbtii oiy wh lioy h ve aaS agsgeint tojunishttwthus for he fair Tvhich takes place t 4loR RENT 4Oacresfox rn and about 50 acre foS heat App W iSLoa4LrEY P Lb anonf has organized a dancing class aiupgheijypung men of the town Abotiiityyliif olks have joined1andIhischoql Lt promises to flpurish Thtjyineet tEtDomiiii r Se Bardstown afekintljiQL Railroad Companyto runT fennday trains on this branch lomwniljbe a gjeat conven nc9to the people of this place well as Bardstown and he citizens here would no doubt co operate in theonovementi J MR W SMiTHt left last week the south where he ihtendsr open a sto e this falL The tJusiness of the firm of W Smith 4tCp4 at this place wm Ije car s xied on byJklr JToiseph Cohn who preparing 10 lavanjrf big stock iall an wntieiffdbds and will soon bt prepared ito pfer the iibliorsonie good bargains BEASANT RpKf qhurch wile dedicated Sunday September Pi ner served at the church The Jpurth Tquarterly meeting for Springfield circuit will be held at Pleasant RuniSaturday and Siinday September 10 andI initead of 17 and iBas anll noufic d in Iast weeks japerS Dinner served at the church Saturday BF liKiNSDJ Pastor ALt of the schools opened on last Monday Aborning and all atre prospering The schools are sjoll0vrs The Washington Gol iegiate Institute conducted by Prof Ernest Mansfield withI Miss Mintoa as assistaritthel IubicI isses JCSzzfe iLee land Mag Thompson Mmwoocl Home School to R VA McElroyiI rof George Colvins school at- St4 pminic Ball and a schooll for little folks by Miss Sallie Pope f St Catherine also gets 4nife a nnniber of children from Town wagonette being sent up- every morning for the pupils ilRVP S BARBER of this ccjibjfcy earning quite a repu tationasa breeder of Shorthorn caftfe His herd which was shown afe the Washington county fa carried off the honors taking five first and two second prizes jpBarbe took his herd to Bardstfiwn last week where he waslsbst ssfui 1nwInnj rlbbonS defeating the famous eyd ofReinickv The following s kJSstpf1 prizes taken by Mr BarBors herd First on herd headed by the bull Sentinel No- 15Q7Jl8auid three Knightly cows of theTBooth family first on cow two years told and under three first oil cow under two years old and first on yearling bul- lsiiickuyLIgh1nIng Great excitement was created1 air Mackyil on last Sunday morning ivhen the Methodist bhufch at that jglacewas struck by Jightriing dutihg a stormv The church NViLS4u11 of people at the time senrlcessheing held l y the Bev PeniJfsvTjid light ntogf it s niSistruQkifraof the chfmneys 9the church and played havoc among the conri I i gation Everybody was fright ened but no ono wasuseripuslyf ty h rtiQeorge armon a young boy Tas striiclcr in the foplv and Mrs Polly eters an old iady j was bSdly sipcked It is con Bidered nlracul6u ihat np pfte was killed Is She AllVQl y Cosirabieta1kcP created abontitQWTL recently by m jco l port that Alma Devers he ojinggirI who Jlgured InUe Deve Wesi ttagedyitf Marion county neaflythree years go and whp was thought to be dead rna buried was seenin Bard ovi 1stwc k It wil1 be r jnembered that last winter it was aniounced thatAlma DeVert ad died in the CitjEosltal t Loviisvillo and jbhattU eains were awalHngr omeoneto bury them o3nscriptibrrv was starteid by fclt1ii hre and at Lebanon and a sum of money was raised to jjay the expenses of a funeral Theremains were brought here and taken on to bani and lirieclby the side of the girrs tnotherf Th girl W the principal witness tn thft cfee bf LekBpyle charged with inCp2bf hi tbem b that jmied the inarL JJeVersattd Mrs es1and after the dathV Mma levers was announced the paso was dismissed A The sja inge part of thestory developed last weep however when Mrs Lloyd Parrptt t this county who had been on a visit to Bardstpwn said that she saw and talked to tv young girl who claimed to he Alma Bevers iThe irl knew all about the rag dy and said ht she was employd4nthe Moore iha4 en 1iythgo7oni rj cforer1erclraing thisjplaco who is a brother of IVJrs Moore also saw and talked to the girl but he says that he does not remember th Devers girl well enough to identify her with this one Mr and Mrs J McCabe with whom Alma Deyers made her home for attime tboib1t eighteen months ago T are in BadstowniovandwiUp- robally settle the mystery by looking iheugirl uj and try and 8eeALL petsons owing back taxes tomeas exdeputy Sheriff must a settle same by next County Court day oc suffer their property to be advertised H B PQWELI STRAYEDl Strayed to my placa near Mack villev twosmall Jennets libout July 1 Owner can have same by paying for charges and prov ing property W B HATCHETT Mackville Ky Farm for SaleaI have for sale a farm con sisting of 200 acres of good lando situated abbut five miles northt west of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn and improvements More tUanJmlf J s in pasture and the oalance under cnitivotdon It Contains some fine tobacco land It is situated three miles from Valley Hill postoffice and railroad star I tfpn and on a good turnpike 0 M KELTY LSpringfield Ky LITSEY fFromA party from this place spent the day at Tatbam Saturday- Miss Mary West of Perry ville and Miss Farrell ot Lexingtom are visiting Mrs J P Gregory Miss Lucy Ewing is with her sister M s L M Gregory Miss Mary Noe left Tuesday Joe Harjfodfiburg whersbe will attendB eauraont College Mr arid Mrs laam4 Sardesty were visiting in Perryyille last week Mrs Sam Gregory has return ed to her home in Missouri BORN To Mre Robert Mat tingly on the 16th twin boys To Mrs M Montgomery a girl Mrs S C Vanarsdall who has been dangerously ill of typhoid fever is convalescent at this writing School opened at Pleasant Rut last Monday Will Moran is erecting a to baccojbarn 5S Butler Barlow bought a farm of John Washburn to which he will soonmoyefd5 James Buttles Sr has rented niBfafm to James iu tiles Jr for th oDIngyoar- PqrInsoils r bu Inosa In their own and nearby counties tt is mainly offlco work cpnrtuetotl J ut hoirie Salary ntrnlphl a year and oxpeiucsc1ofinRo bonatinc iio inord flu Ic4 Uary Moullily S5 flci41 EnclnsoBolfndlrosscd JBtninpediehvol Jlorbert E Uess Jlrest Dept M ChicagoS FBRSONffl MiA J A Mnddhag returned from a trlp to Ohiyjo JjjWJ Qtfjbord was lfl Lqulsyiile ttio first ptthewoek Mr ondJalrBr oeph Cohn were i Loulavlllgfeanday laat Mr ajpa Mra iJl ITcdabb went iMttW K Mtaljs and lankily Bpqnt SnnyW afc Wopdlrik 1beo 0abe1Us book keeper for ofOhn1ngliaiz Duncafl Mra B Fi TDeafa and children are visiting relatijreB In Nelsoivcounty Sllsa Jennie Craycrof 6 lelt ester uayfiqr3incfimatl for a short stay Mr Sam Cnll went to JionlovIUe the first of thV week with acarload of tck 4 7 Mack drnndy ahan illneea of several weeks was able to be Jn town Monday Miss Mary Noe Tort luesday or Harrodaburg wherd shpwiU attend Beaumont College LIrs Wv l Robertson and Miss AUIo Poore viefi JMondayloravteitto relative Sat Covingtonj Misses Sue jB y and IJstherBoul2 ware left Tnesday for Georgetown where theywlil atteniooBege j Brother Anthotiyand Mr Jeptha Wilson left Mbpday to attend the Cjif B encanapment atOlncInnatl Messrs Wt Booker Andrew Cunningham ondW A Waters are at Tatbam this week Jo an outing Miss Ella Barton after a visit to her brother Dr J M Bartont has returned her homo at Kfrkeville Mr Joseph Oohn of the firm of W Smith Co will go to Louisville the last of the week to bay goods Miss Wornell Ferguson 6f Har rod8bnrgwho has been the gnest Of Miss Wlllette Maycs has returned home rMies Nellie Darning returned ia herhopmin Louisville this morning after a months stay with Mrs George Cheschier Mrs Clements and daughter Miss Edith returned yesterday to their home in Louisville after a pleasant visit to the family of Mr G Dtnncan Howard McKlroy has charge of affairs at the L and N etrttiotf during the absence of Agent JIudd Dudley app is holding down things In the office at Tatbam Springs hotel Mr Jamea T Ewlng was here last week from Louisville He returned atuiIay accompanied by his wife and sisterinlaw Miss Viola Browne who will spend the winter with them Miss Gathering Rnssejl entertained few of her ybung friends on Mondjay evening last Among those present were Mlsaea Fannie Simma Lettie Leacbman Amelia Folin Angela Mudd Mary Lizzie Beaven Catherine and Margaret jRnsseli and Messrs Beyo Browne Gwlnn Marks Spald Ing Clements James Edlen Irvine WImsatt and J T MuM pb TATHAN SPRINGS From OuriRczulaCorrcspondMC Being kindly invited byi but many friends we are here among them spending a week which lmost pasted to our 1fSgfSK Bro Johnson and Bro Sprinkle NheM E church havepitchad thairlarger tentin MrgAnkstqn meadowt the css1gGldnt creek near Dr Tathams resi dnce and are hold ing a most d jfghtfal meetD ffhbse that miss attending the b Jmeetfngs will lose one of jbe greatest treats of Iheirlife Large crowds arein attendance anclgpod order is preserved DrySam atham is in Cincin nati attending the O Aj R Messrs WF Booker Andrew Cunningham and Will Waters ofr your town are here spending ewdays t Dudley Tapp wade a flying visit to Springfield last week The wife of Wes Foster is dan gerously ill and has little hopei of recovery The wile of Jake Burns is veryr low with consumption Is your flyer tired does it full to do lU duty If dent neglect Ita call for help A few doses jf Uerblntfinav save you a iivTeiJccLjlv r mbdIc4n1t cures and Fever 76c Uajdon 1tbcrto- uHILLSBOIO From Our Uegular Correspondent Rain is very much needed here at this writing Misses Rose and Annie Kelly ara visiting at Fenwick Mrs Mollie Settle Is the pleas ant guest of Mrs Jane Settle Married at the residence of the brides father on Thursday Sept 1 Miss Minnie Dudgeon to Mr Arthur Coppag pf Brad fordsviUe Mrs Julia Leachmari who has beenJvisltingiin arlds tpwn for thepast Wek hareturnedhmc Mr John Gpatly and wile of Louisville veied n Visltingfat Zack Leachmans toT the past v99k Soyertit t tbupeople attnde iWe B arffitb n faifc IasLitweI Anon those wdraJudgeB f Litsey and wife JobnLeachman It wifeand childfqnj Leah man and others LLNCE is duanotoMyt jUtelginttliLy iid- totho care nndeIfflth hI1QIa jkesaeskJWTp9 COAlyknc1wewIshall otuichasjngthetrue t gcElulne Sytap ofJ aclurediVWtho CALoiaFza SrnurCo only a knowledge of that fact wfll assist ond fa avoiding the yrorihleas imitations manufactured by other par tics The high standing of the CAU jro siX Fiq rnur thJheineai4 cal jprofcsslon and hd TBatiflfacfion wbh the genpi o Syujof PIghae maJtptMuamo guarantybtar1advaof thenive andbowelswlthoutiztg thein ttnd IVdOeB sob gripe nor pdoseaic In oractogtstitlJcacftclal effects i leaSer fifcnib jrflio barns of the Company UA1OZ8C0 tAUUTILLE Kr TORE KT Born on the ffrst lust to the wife of Bob Maitingly twins s CJironle Diarrhoea Cared Thin is to corllfy that I havflliad chronic dlan over slndothe wdr J got BOwcak I couKl hardly walkor do nnvthlng Ono bottlcof Chamborlaln Culie Cholera and Diarrhoea Rcniedy cured mo sound and weij rw r J R ttlbbfl Flncastle Vav I hadchrbnic Iarrhooa tqtwelva are Three iKJlftes jbf banillerlafriV Colic Chblera adDrrteod cuThdme 53LMljnror chtaBoth Mr onia nndATkShatcf aw taraso11lctiatlo FJn ly from Air W EvCiwpof drnggTst o tha plane yho ia well acquainted with tnetn and will vozh for tno truta ot iViclfr BtnCeiuents Forsalo by Haydon Rob ertson fREDRIGKTOWN From Our Special Correspondent Miss Eva Corbitt and Miss Ca nary of Hardin cputy are guests of Rev Wm Bucjkman Miss Johhie Thompson of Car roll ton is the pleasant guest of- jMrs Maggie Thompson1 this weak k Mrs 8 J Hamilton and daughter Miss Mary haver returned to tBelr home in LouisvllW after spetfding the summer here with relatives and friends MeSs A1eThpmpouoJ- tScoubtyond Sim Thomp son of Louisville are here for ew dap Mr and MrJ G Cecil nave returned froth a delightful trip to High Bridge Miss TriJLodgq left for St Louis last Monday Miss Lodge was very popular while here and many entertainments were given inbjioior Mrs J L Norris Has returned to her home in Texas after a pleasant visit to Kentucky 4 555 5Fouiid At Haydon tt Itolxjrttons drug store n marvelous euro for nil cotnuatloo and and kidney complaints and female weak ness It is Foleys Kidney Cure IfoToDao fir Fifty C nU Guaranteed tobacco boblt cures makes weak mea strong bloo pure All dnurgUta IOBACCO OTES The manufacturers of tobacco can congratulate tbejj elves this year and gain comfort from the fact that the crop of Kentucky tobacco is freer from worms and about as fine in every way as the heart could wish SW j The crop may not be as large as some cat culate on but the quality will waIte up what is lacking in quan tity In both the Burley and Dark sections come reports of somefb the longest apd finest Textured leayls evr grown by thejoldjest prodbcew of tobacco If this will servO to aldetracK some of the abominable cheap chews put out by the manufact nrers at present jhe general public will have cause to rejoice also Louisville Weed An unheard of complaintromes from the Clarksville district this year The Times says large numbers of the planters of that tobacco district are making un usual complaints this season Tthal their plants are too big leaves too luxuriant the length being something out of the Ordinary Leaves forty inchtiis fong are not atal uncommonT and leaves of three feet in Jength are qiiftg plentiful Planters report that thiwlUhayetobacco that will be yaixl Ibng when cured 3 Shn tiacca grows m largp it IsltkeIo come under thonslass wild and sonie claim that Ihis iwillbiSthe Cast this season but the platters state that the leayes icvo dn cellent ur cei ji that it will be fine and silky TNE TOBACCO MARKETS To following are the revised qu iAflpnsns prfiparea by the Quotatlqh Oommitteo of the Leif Tobacco Ex change atf onisviUe fprtWs vreek 1897 CR0 i ED TIUBLEY 3tIraab sasd i bdt QOr 0ommonluga n 6 oo S l- 9undgi 800td 5bo 9 6Q tj1O6 CominonJa short 9 50 to IS- OG9ojct U9pto12 0- 0euiu iea1 1500 tO 1400- aooa Mf4Vi rt i4oo3o if 00 oor COflti4Tragb green or mizea 4 50 to 4 00I graah opnnd w StiOtb 700- Ctommpn lagst1 fecoto 75tt alum Iiij5otogoty1 7Gbodlugs 4Commonleafeciiuiu leaf212 OOtIAG GoQdl af 0q26pftS PRsEtWithinF5T miles pfj Ky in Davts1je eIc6un ty in Western Kentucky T 875 acres one half gently1 rolling the balance rich creek bbUcftn 275 acres In a high state otculjtW vatlon 100 acres of woodland bluegrass grtw8 Juxuflgntly Buildings A s pi e n d I d rdomy two story munslon surrounded by forest trees thjree teftament housies two barns ODQ ipbaccp barn holding 55 aeries of tobacco onecatUebarn wBlchwlll also house 15 aci6S of t table i4Q1x4Qvith 44 box stalls east OQOneyer fai1iigwel1 inslde cirif cribs with ckpacSiypi 4OO bushels jahi two orchards one Idand one new Price jJet ftcfej aOt It would be cheap 60 PlWcfe1 ThTBTis 4niagnilceut iRtock fSrm a WILLTAMS LITTLE 214 i2 Third tOwensboro4Ky THE MARKETS Tbo following table represents the prices paid for farm products In Springfield ily the dealers therein It Is corrected up to 12ocloole Wednesday butyls subject td variations thereafter on prlvatoX advices from Lonisvillo dealers Wheatperbu Cornperbu to 4b Oatsperbu1Rycbn Clover perbu TImothy per ha toi OrehatiLGrass ibu to O- OHayThmthy vPr0JEa- yStJIdvcrisper to 15 LOfflSV1LLE1iARKET CATTLE Report furnl ned by the LoulsvUlBtdTO Stock Journal 31 West Main StrcotLoa 1svtflpy Extza sbfpdngA450a4 75 Light shipping 4 BW4 75 trn Best butcher tetrrvt4 35a4 Pair to good butcher atccrsv 75a Common to med butcher steers 3 C0a3 90 y Thin rough steers poor covrs and scalawags t I 25a2 25 Oxen goodiio extra i 8 Wai 0 Oxen common lo medium vv a55a860 FqedersvJr4 alv6V Stockers 4 47J- BuUsv 7i60aVeal Calvcs v v ifr5aGV MILCH cows Choice much cows vt3500a45 Fair tpgood L 15 0025 rL HOGS Choice packing and batchers 255 Ib to aOOJb Fnlr to good packing1- B0IbtoOoibj 410- Qood to extra light IWlSO lb 4 fit 10 Yet Ihoats iiii0o lb 8GO00 fat iotts1 100120 lb 3 40a360 flgSjOOtoOOlbs STS- aS25Iioubsil04liroa34o BHBEP AND LAMBS v Good to extia shipping sheep 3 25a3 50 l F nlr to Rood JY Ja3 25 Common to medium Qucks headr5O1Q0BSkips and scallawags per Extra spring lambs Boit butcher lambs 42 a4 78 Fatr to good butcher lamb 3 75a4 te T Ucnds A 250a300 wPRODUCE Report furnished by HemdonCarter CohGeneral Commission Merchants Mut rofl Cfourt an4 third Street Louli vljloICy 4 Eoos Steady Fresh hftnd1od5Kc- jiorranMorkot firm TBeoi gradijta al6c fh co stock ISaHc jucklng lOatlo ktPotrLTBT Marsiead ChlctaJnShQns 0Kp49c5lerI8aa3d pn cMlcedtpdd- Oz 2ojtgecjo foIi th6reIierdozoi 3a8GO plnckcd 1p4r dox iaaajWi turkiyi alive turkpvm dressed SalOo ducks per per doz 175a1225 DEASS Michigan hand picked ti50al40 now home tWo to I1V5 rvHI- IJES Green snlteJ aScj dry salt lOalBc dry flint ISaiOc FcnsrRnccoon If os I to4t mink Not to 4 skunk primo black short stripoCOc narrow sfaripp broad stripe iSo opossum 5jil5c rou kr it 5a 41Ml5czLLA21EouS0rghdm 25o per RaW beeswax 24q per lb clover seed e375aa25 porlbu onlous a75a3 per bbL rags pir cwt IcgraymixcdrOxiox Barsriled and yeI1ov 4Oai Qbt whltfr as to quality 7bO DRIED Arrusa Now sufladat16Sdemandua3cr tusn Pot1bisBomgrowpnew crop 10tierbb1 Woon Bcst btrry l5a1 tu waslwd 25t Uacc1cM17al8 tlaCI burry UalOc b 13 BKBiTAFrLEs Market higher ari Brio Fancy 800aJ00cholc5 260300 common ox aQOa350 jx Hit QIUIS nttiy strictly 84aS5ot shelfedicorn in an W35 feeding Odts ia23 VheaiNo 2 UicI IiForthenextThirtyDaysawe will make MANY Drivjet In every 4epartmetit r 5rIfo pieccsChblco Style Indigo tI Blue 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tniema and Wagons V and carry aeompeq hieofFine r- tuggies Pbaetous SUPEMOR DISC PRIL1S heat drill oa the nrketLneatworse sizes a JFIt4 3 1i =pi We buy an1 self iiIdofSeed- TIioMPsoLrtA SPRINGFIELD KY i rekaT Salooll Ilteep constantly on hand sixI yearfc old McKENNA WHISKEY made for medicinal use e Cold lager Beer on Tap B1G SOHOONERS OSL TROIPOL Prop SPRINQFIELP Kw5 igAlTEDSevaral Tiustworhy P aOflS in 5thta sthte to manse ur- usiness s in their owil and nearby cowifII ismaiiiiy work condictodc bomo linlnry straigPitQOQ ayear andp penssdelInIte boos lids no n loss inlnry Muntlily 75 liefePt- Cs a Enelnno seiIaidte ied sLaIII P8I- vloik Chicugo herbert K Ileas jrwLDeptK e NEWS LEADER fl H yr EDt1CATIOI J3fq tS7 4fl Wpi s nga otl2wIIbS NLSSthaeI4eNIseTeltohri 1i1i wlds t alt Mber Iu4 Iloir 1mh 1 hZheMo4hsr r 4 AM y4 sja 4 j- tIei shi srpM k itt II4t5 St the pi liNt Ie oPdP1 at R u t3t ocstsnt kI typt kr The 04 aterin IpidaM5uVat iotler eM IiPS we p hat Lbecom1 e le IIU Ao4 be5Vxe4 1aMSear aii4tPeIs4th Is aper S7rcy wi wh ii cImar a4u aleaistkisetke oass la4rCA1iiit prieeiI rSwunsad a o wI t I U Infants and Children t t c abttBarpB Bought soxrwn op f y- I Tt MMttV niMf ucwosT1- i r i 1 P Li J tfr 14l Iip1ffitP nized jstrime m New orL J ar ftiT AWItQ1TIE Wardft ll TL uWu tFirst Steamship to 14for There i tI c i wr psis I CabS WIthvall I4s IN1ihI f4 jWI7 Vol Ieti aINr71IMoIlIletrM 4 XMAIN IjIMr m tletbdi W H Esat i II4 a- sstas j ss A Iwvtec New a1d l MCkI- Pw WITa1t4 Jily Sijl1U1 41 Mtiasi iitie Wlttl1U aftkkj 0bawthIlsCiGa r operated connUon a Witt- I tJt I yat laIJha uecf I- tt a akApscLby ubtUiUon to have 1i 4era rejlIco QiSja M ll pww Ich w Cqwa on th r4 Ikfor Cuban irtLbe pcrTtMUM aaVi Willkdelphhi aa she I iWMil rb4iwiBlie East River i WKkbkitesseLdo Ie3vethIa Je rttl terTItocT surrendered to egmJ111 tt iwc8 to put now I r Ik M tttcklef port Ila Cuba rested tIoHt JhHiiUlir cxmtroL Although thet jKIt GtU1e band were Cubabaj iae4as1Eueg mrl nsp1rJ ta tk t rprisean9 Uili spirit it bMr will kave It itrokg inns ita tM fTMrbt g eata6 of the k l 1J ner wayve petsoa ot the 4 PLoIp1t t 1i bedor Saatho aSset Ie4s Llldmc tW w ruIe Slb feiOit aL o ii4e4 OII1et1ow1 i i seIe tbMasrZiad c tUvtedpt BUUMipr Mined the earth In and tk dtrwpb l7 Jo oC t t1iih ofbt8D Seea w Amerllftt nro J p si were all In the5ature 01 jI tfrffTbfeftt ftoUU r of fpur eat IuS p9hLp eon1Ist t 41b3dTat 1 t i 1ieen- d u Jr Ctdaot be ao c t f i tIItilveftrt i H TM Istctrera ui the country iMffltl K JHraM H Sanborn ujfeuiat t Kwl4enl Btarca of UrtRfC i tlHHt AiipoitetJon of Manufacturerss tf rt iflNsMhIeoftheadvanwgeeoZ fbt mr laJlpV being qpenedhf thea 0 kk CaW and tle Phinpplncs Infi are t x jel to saucy them to the fBllest j t Brides the immediate e ctldiig a l1ew iarketfrAairfcan rM4r Ul psesent wzr will 1 Te the t Weet kl Btlsiatloii of bringing fhli vattMi Ja clpeer and EKKQ Imme ai Mkection with other nations P 4b1flr A aew aM oil for the bsscMlpnof the w tI 11 1 i c f X Tlelt v LeoiK jedILsottheBeIg1anzIaaboit to vMtjM Mji theaew thatho his i ltaJei we buejknown kmong AiMrleus for his escapades while via t tuae capitaJ cgni t tMa ki Herb lMte3 j 01K t 1MU s rf bla BameWiirrecaB to 4 t J 1M mjerlty of reauef that it was Xlkg Leopold who made Cleq do Me e4e e three years ago in Paris U tl irtU In New York may rwmlf In r 11aeH1A fo d iJit c =r v1t r rn 101p i1 Itf Lf rt titli J ltlP t h1 ancomenc JI 4J M1iaulWiiriliif 1ftingJ ff tjM tth io4t hir t tw tctp tht 8 i 8nffiiFjhsirsWflSfattMjfa fI1IjI f5dMktO itS wtrA I q 1 ti rt a hiJt t x kea Dd1PuJ hlUjTQP u 45AIaYeott4 lM gt141- f j sa4jed fdqth1g1bssldhpl J4 fm utitftilttI IrcIffigs f1atgosie i9d Jc- tUi 40tJ1t1oi L 1 1 1 rfUeTef11i7i1 r It j tai91 r It vsty iee- eIoflotsusw E tltrMJr PJJ tk Witir l iifipBeauiy lor na xIxo tKq1Ot n1II i1et aaldmr Americans sad certain It Izwhosvsr rec lT8tiie JaI1PO royal favos while Po1lis 1 bV America may consider her fortdno raade as was Cleos BIs Majest3r la flrat cousin to Queen Vletoria lila ae r was Princess l uiar ol Qtteaa iavfliter of Lonja PhUIPPe andiM 1tiaia charactterfac tealt of his that he jDeyer Wear ltOY jUls lookc4 upon more as a proof that He Is prouder oif his descent from the iOrifeana teoillyV who wore noted tO- rt eif exquisitely shaped hands thaq ta tw tact that his own hands are very beautifui and rery aristpcrattc In their liies vrelltCJ1t Get PIM hands The farmers ot the Northwest are without suniclcnt field harfdsaa one of Iht results of the war Heretofore e the helb hM not been large jut With the assistance of tramps during the bar yes js iseaspir the farmers ibdve been able toicare for their crops Now not only arc their OWD Ions away at the fran i but there an no tramps In tile Northwest DARK REPORFROM CHlIAf j 1 t VcwtA iiocomtng E t 5chad Ore rlctoasiii mt ForeIdMn6 i Dark reports come from a11JOTer i11h1ni vtjwhOre thoQblneae tQbccotalne cicltedoTer the demands for- orts an cncecaiona CentralChlna pdrflculariy Ja restless and serious It1iPoTWfrKwangsipnoin JV chap and another tauthfr Tho goeribrof lCwang Dfts sent soldiers to the rebellious dh tricts Troubles arc heard pf in Man uria iBomfr think that tho authori tle are doing nil they can to drive tfifr peopla into rebellion c aajoine saTJinto the liands of Russia Private letters speak in strong lapguage about tho flpinfea of the Tel U Tij power sect t lng jUte thee Lao Hut These peopleaf ga herlng in bands and do frlngj the pfittyxlocnl authorities They ate itrohgly ahtpforelga w Reports are circulated that China In tends pbenlng the fabud of Chan 1Jl yuen near J Canton as a treaty port to preventGermanr or any other PPijrer from getting It The Island In JohnsIbetween that colony anq the now FreBcnTposscsfllonof Kwapg Chau jki indemnity for the jShashl riot Japan claims from China the right to establish Separate battlemcntli at Yn chow Santua and Foe Chowand de mands also 105000 tael Chin BdX Kwa a resident pf For niosa was enticed by Japan to sur render under it false sense of securityf and then barbarously executed Prince Cyril Vladimir of Russia was expected to arrive oh the Russian warship Rqs eta frpm yiadlvostock He will piy coed without delay to Tao to be received in audience by tho emperor Official Information lies been re celved by the Japanese governmentl from the Korean government to thet effect that Manna Pho and Song Jn PJioc r1ln Korea wH soon bo opened as treaty ports The Japanese govern mont will dispatch a commissioner to investigate matters In connection with opening the ports One of the natire Chinese papers says Germany being dissatisfied with Kino Chou as a navaletatlpn ond fear ihgjthaiit will be Injured by the prox Jmlts of the English and RussIan pos- ssal 8 at Wei Hal Wei Port Arthur rand TauLlen Wjn has etoredlnto an agreement with Italy It lIs proposedI that l aly should take over a strip oft territory ida miles In length 1ong th coas offflao Chou froth Germany xThe proposal having teen ofthmunl cated to the Tsung Lie Yamon thatt body hM appointed a commissioner to pwceedjitP Shan Tung and there deter mine what the bpundarfes ahallbe between the German and Italian posses slons vRuBipr has It that the Russian min l terttoChina has demapded from thef Chinese government the privilege of passlnff lhrough ChiU and KwangslI prov1nespndhe Is said to have pro ppsedtb tend froopo to China in order tT pfeventr British aggression In Shanghai jL is reported that Russia of1OnChO r Ar jy4n telegram 4y England haS l1rRl tucIot vf tie tVieeuJilPkI QII Lr8IdHa 1rwCfI qI Ieature ot if ty just concluded between JbuRt anjdI Slam are the rteetlon by Siam bYA consular JnrlidlcUda iud thQ dpptlonn pf a stipulation far deciding by the arbitration bf 4 tMrd party of ques ties arising Qilto the Interpretation of the provision oT the trttty of uy a t1IJit r f r r= 1 ceptance jot the principles of arbitra tion Iti connection withl any treaty a sftiipa fln toace Coa tThe rfetnll to Sau Francisco Cat by the government of the United Slates of Xhft Steauisfiliist Of the jPaciflc Mall tVJniEliiB Cbujjiany line completely cnt oft the Centrall American States iron cnpsdOptrnn8p6rtntionuqn their j t xccpttowhich once a jnontj conies nroahi eiiCap horn or through tIie Straits Magellan TlicnrJB1 IcrolmahJlyXL large inourit0 freight at Pjinnran cstluctl J for tie PtuI1lc censtThe ln8f1tlUU ship nnil mail tennicrg of 3ln Fort wood tu of New Tort City nit J jj pffh 1trrhon Fonvood of IJr efpopLiit Is reported liowercr wlJ irijnSiwrt freight from York or Europe to iranada the west coast of Lake Nltoragya rntthot rates for rEuroper Corinto flcflrajtua nod I Oranjda Is nlII rontcnleht Jo yiearagna importersas to Corlnto The Atlas fnrsf11ihl Compaiy J Lccptjatin fqh ptiribaefrom r1c r l ili1n ot raIlroad fr 1 LItnsnds nnnguEiIrroit rlrd tQ the rithUlJOflt1ifl Lake 31nnngua alre lMfra11rpjidf rpm 4thnt1ake ft Curie cl to1If the vurl1in8cI8 completed thefl companyr Trtll prouabiyput Rto mahlps GenfmllA Mnka Escape fadderi fmjjrovlseid from a Patrol topenderB aid a few twigs was the jQcana of ekcape otE F PjOpeol jtfc Ln from almost certain death In u Alaska Ills inventive genius came to his aid only after he had been Imprrsontd three dayannd three nights ph aJ1sr row tedge ln a cn hrotLo r riverG one of tha ribtitarlcsbf Copper rlv rll Below him was the awlft mountain cturf115QOteot CONSIDER THE HOG n ANINDU9rRYWHICHDE5RVC88OMCREDIt 1t z Ii zAiaiigTr sQeISeIe J rMM4 7thpuiis Jlbo TecUro CiUblUttt t m QU Coming Ont iu 3333333833 Ibf of Urd Pork lttb ant Uarov It lIs decidedly unfair to on industry with which the name of Chicago Is separably linked and to an animal whoso rotund end bristly back bearsIno small share of the burden bf westtera economy to attribute ail credit fortJ the countrys financial salvation to tho wheat field and the corn field says thetChicago Dally Now No possible grouping of gures In respect to the yield price and exports Is of grain is more striking and impor tent io accounting for the great ecO opmlc dvanco of the agricultural classes than the statistics pf the hog a1 Industry are It Is true that the country enjoyed ah unuBunlly llarge yield of wheat and fCorn or which greatly advanced prices wereDeceived But consider the hog Inr the packing year which ended thls spring 20000000 hogs passed through western establishments end jEamo but in 8833333333 18 pounds of lard pork ribs and hams No such figures were ever before presented as aIL result of a single years hog manufac ture in this country The largest pre vious total was in the year 189G91 when 17000000 hogs were packed in the west yielding 28120000W rounds of product For the hogs paBkedio tho last year 9175000000 was paid an- incrao of 40000000 over the cost of the hogs packed in the preceding Jer- In the last calendar year MM060OOd pounds othog product were exported against 1483000000 pounds In tho pro ceding year last years total being the largest ever recorded And the ex portsso far in this calendar year have been ahead oyen chest year Thfl treas nury department report for April shows 3800000 worth of hog products ex ported In tho four months of i898 which compares with J98600000 worth of breadstuffs and 137 00000 worth of cotton That is the exports of hog products equaled per cent of the grain and flout exports and per cent of the cotton exports And this Increased production and solo of hog products has gone on In conjunction with a rise In price rela lively as Important as that which hot taken plafo In the wheat and corn markets King corn and king cotton and king wheat are entitled to due praise but do not overlook the Imperial hog Onam the VorbWdenI The developments of war have brought Into the pcoeeeslon of the United States the Spanish Islands of the Ladrones just to the eastward of the Philippines and the end hap arj rivet for a maritime fiction long held In tpnor in all torts of Asia and Aus traIls Every yea thousands of veal eels clear at custom houses for Guam yet none ever goes thVreone in facts al1Ifew havoever taken thought that there is such a place and fewer yet have iInvestigated the reason why It is a IIplace It must go to that place by the shortest route Pf saillhg gale and wreck executed and any failure calls1 for an explanation YeK there often arise cases where It la of advantage not to declare tbo port of destination It may bo that thus a skipper may avoid being bothered with a moll or It conIbo that business rivalry seeks to ceal some poInt of good trade In such cases the vessel clears for Guam and sails away to Its seret Although there is a destinationJ charts the vessels which have cleared for It never lay a cours In Its direction and the law Is none the lOan sat isfied How it Is possible that Guam can be such a port is based on tho old traditions of Spanish excluslvenesa In the Indies both East and West It baa only been as a result of superior force that the Spaniards have opened the Indies to trade and this century was well advanced before the last of BYrtncittded and in accordancewlth the iawal of the Indies every vessel l calling there without Spanish leave Is forfeited The ijenatfy of the law has not be nda ted for many years but the existencel of the law has made poaaible tfie legal fiction of clearing for Guaia1 inercaiiforccstoOkdposscSsl r of tie Indies ceaBed to have erect And I Guam lost its peculiar distinction Es1lrnaAlircUo Zonn A railway Is projected to exteqd ev their acro Northeru Sweden and tr i f J GETTING READY Every expectant mother bee trying ordeal tofaoeU ahe doeenotl tteaiy ft keeejiellia what may happen CtfldUlilrth is foil of uncertainties It Naturo ia not given proper a tszce Mothers Frj nd a tholbedt help you can CM at this ilm Itlaa IMniait and whenj applied several mbbby cornea lypiloickncaa rckxea toyc4n1odm4e- sreU the distended focllng ehort ena labor akclCCOTet1 rapid and c talnVithout any dangerooa aftereflC ecfc MeHtors Frieai fa good for otdy One purpose vfzJfo relieve motherhood ddanger And pain CIsYi s Dooms containing valuftbla Information for women will be sent toany addreu poa application to TUB BRADFIBLD REGULATOR CL Attest b Norway tram toe uunuciu cuuv ulf of Finland to Ofoten on the At antic about 120 miles north of the Arctic circle A part of tbo route Is formed by aa old line built for tarry lug Iron ore and Sweden proposes to extend It 148 miles to the Norwegian border at a point only twentyfive miles rAin Ofoten At the other end of the tw line Is to connect with a lint in Finland down the east coast of the gulf of Flnkad from theFlateb horde o Ofotea the tenth of thr Use will be Just mites Th S wefUa use la es timated to coat about 1200000 dad U IslQ be built largely for strategic reasoUs Sniff Well bow do you like living In Chicago Snarlo Oh Just mlddlln The fly got in our wheat and the dry weather Is fairly ralalnCaln Theres to be a mcetlh at the City Hall next Cook to discuss some plan to Irrigate hu Bouth side Lung Irritation the forerunner to consumption Dr Bolls PlnoTiir Honey will cnro Item givosnch strength to tbo luiiSs ilia tn cQiigh or n cold will not sottlo timers 25c all good druggists Quit CoughlnrI- B oasy enough lf yon take Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honfty It cuts the mucous and al lays the itrflntmtion so that tliero U no Inclination to rough It nootht the bron jhialaand strengthening to the throat and lungs Atlgoodlrtugistaselll- LF TJrT T Boys with hats on the back of their heads and Jong irhanginit down their foreheads arid Cigar cites and thuttystorIes in tbeir mouths ate cheaper tlfan tflcll worn out horses Nobodywants tbera at apy price Mehtwill trot employ tfcein They are not britt tbefr keeping to anybody abd be y willnot keep tbemsel ves If any boy who happens to read tills answers to this description letbim take a look at nimself ann do what bis conscience says Is the best thing to dp Bullitt Pioneer tnguenau1ILiPe- o1iip f Buffering fniw Kid hey btaruscs 1T beta gradual bu btoady loasuf C strorigtu and vtUfr ItyV rey hpuuV Iorqjiniofit trying FolOarjldiioyl Curtl11 Uuawuteod lroparatlou Uaydou jt Kobortsoo Brest le Laivd Captain K R Christie is a gen tl man of an ultariaii turn of mIndand when Mr WP Myers called upon him at the RepublK can Convention to make some observations respecting the candidacy of Judge Jones be mam ifested in his speech considerable regard Jor the sinews of war tWe have nominated paupers often enough and I am tired o- fttsaid Captain Christie The party has had enough of nomina ting such men Mr Junes Isa gentleman of means and will not be bampered in bis race for lack of funds Has got plenty of money and bos willing to Bpond Itn IFrun the amen corner of the Court House a beattfel ejacula Lion came from a colored brother and was heard all over the room Brass de Lawd Captain Christie should have been moru discreet As matters stand the colored brethren aUf lying in wait for Mar e Jones and when be comes around this way they will want their prorata su hLebanon Falcon ASTORIAI For Infants and Children The KM You Have AlwaJs tagfat Bears the- Slpatureot TIt JtT ItTJJ J I L GraDllj aUeJ Jua It yttti M ttbw ft z4 one u lut nlU tn Urn 4uiai iftterIloriiiill tIe ks t5 ITlJ LMIa5E- 7DR Jll tCELLS Pina Tar H neyiUtoUbralidraatota opst upon rkdpt ot priceSte and H pet bottle by ns z sss c 11 5 Coughed 25 Yearn I suffered for 25 years with a cough and doctorsIDr Bolls PinoTnr Houoy Tills remedy inakon weak lungs strong It has saved my HfnTJ B RossoH Graiitsbnrg Ill Educate Your nowcl With C ucaroU forcrerI0cl Auk Tfoor DRUGGIST For gen6rous 10 CENT TRIAL flUE Bits Cream Balm contalni no cocklne rcnry ir any otocr It Injorioui Iqul 1tt11bsolbed GiYa relief atobcc It opens and i leiue the Naal USagla Allnyi Inflammation tATARRHCOLDI Deals and protect tho membrane Kestore the of t ti nd smell Fall lizo tOe TrW tizo at nil drnggUU or br malL SLY BItOTUEIIS Warren Stioct NewYork skiD DiseaSes Forthe speedy and permanent CUrd of Cbautberlaluswithout an equal It relieves JiheitcE andItsCUre It also cures Itch barber8 itch pileSchappedandgnmUlated Dr adys ttnditlom Powiers for purIgIndvernilfnge Ilaydon A Robnrtson DruggtsI = TIiTIiT111T Y TJff 11T5 ISarsaparllla I istheiBEST SARSAPARILLA Dst Is an easy boast But theres no best without a test You expect something extra of estj something extra in bread from best flour something extra in wear from best cloth something e tnC in cures from best medicines Its that something extra in Ayers Snrsa parilla that makes Ayers the best That something extra is qualityIRemember its qualitj that cures not quantity Geo Smith of the Peoples Drug Store Seymour Conn says I have- sold your goods for twentyfive years and when a customer asks me for The Best PreparaUon for the Blood I say Ifyon will take my opiniqn use Ayers Sarsaparilla I will guar antee that you will receive more benefit by using one or two bottles pf Ayers than you would by using haifa dozen bottles of some other kind When they take it I never hear any complaint Ayers Sarsaparilla cures all diseases that have their origin in impure blood Sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples eczema tetter scrofula ctcV It cures cheaply it cures quickly and it cures to stay Thatswhy itTsj3CU After itwenty yean experience axa ruggIst t consider Ayer Sarsaparilla flnperftF any similar prepvxtlon on the market andl give it the preference aver all others YorSA C WOODWARD Worester Mas I In our sthnatloii1asregaxds Sareaparill Ayera Lsthe staimdard We have nsvc i heard ii spoken olln other than the very highest terms W TERRILL CO Phartoscista 9 State Street MonIpeller VtpSI cbnsider yeri Sarsaparilla tb best blood purifier on thomkrket lCrw DrGRtSEOWestGardnerMass C JI MnaTi4fifIeen years ofxpelAc with Ayers SarsaprIlla I have yet to lealpola lSs5ge a whereln it failed to cure if used according to dimetions M I YO COLLINS Druggist PaIs Mo t J Sl b8evVAyerlis Sanapajillicontains1 atoms medlcinai vdae banaydther simnar mpouHd1 JAMES DOANE Dispensing Chemist KnyilIeQnt 5 irItj t y y y y y y y yUy y T rI t f NEW LIVERYI- RMwi4 tt 7 R TON Uf JI I AOp l r c Now Ready for JJtisiiiessB Avith PiiteIat ff AccoihnjQdattons 1 j J t am4 u rc d ILt ata fISfi4 1c j GOOD HORSEJs iJ t t t Ii41z1 tih t V f t GOO Qto BUG GIESt vtt 1t Jte tif J I ShJSpecial atjeniion i 1io bcjard and feed horses iiv t t t The Best AccommodaitonsIqr JrravelijiVcMf5 1ji1flslK- tJack1 Tbdmjgons old stand SPRINGFIELD 1q1h jj 5 if a d Ii WHY SUFFER AGONY 7 WienDONtSOOMtLETE PILEUREsUaraIt t1ouro yon Itisthe Ji qverxOrailct1i tPDYji AfoiJf I IIm1M dIilv jThfirst treatment bring rnniediato elief itkMiiiedt1xousands and will cure dji a MR1 s WILCOX prominenb iiercbantpolitIC aitd chfef f thoiJhattanooga Fire Department says j rye otsuffering DONS PILEONTMEN1WUt othAteltdd tome lbC uz of one box effected a P IIvoluntarllyglve you this ataternent hoping t will f111DEtQ1Je obririglngJO wonf8m tothe U 1 Sexing with pileS rI iit 2iM 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