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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 15, 1898. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1898 new1898091501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, September 15, 1898. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 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lag TB weary menatarmsv With gallant haste they stormed the blllr Anddrnedthedoadlyfrayr- iivybadRO Mob jierve will In battles fearful day Thoagh bullets Wepfc heIr thinning fjiriHMca Tbeydld not ale with dread Todaytheyemfle and utter thanks Above that roll deed LiPJtkz rpeta wtUercrfti HuiBOwed them since 160 fjght bitter pnp their llpsbave quaff Fever and cold and fright ABd mf ih8ti7eDemle8 Eyehad them for their prey WeUmyWqy Jag hlndthe flag Our menat arma this day And home relurnedf the brilliant skies GrqwdarktouS whoeoe Through teora that blur jour pitying eyes How cruel war can Margaret Sjani Jolliers WOk13P r f I r I 4 r r r I r i r t i It of or L W of A ed f b j be Qrto 1fpreseu is said to lbe the great Mnctifijed ineetvog rbeingi held in the neighborhoM Of latham Springs IdonepjtthBfewieyel spotsnmons tha hills aqdneat the banks of the winding Chap Iii river has ben pitched an ml J ntca ble p cont ingjuid seting nearly a thous and pesoplej and In it gathers nightly a crowd of people from all tie surrounding country to ake part in the great revival The meethigs are being conduct ed by Keys Johnson and Sprink lej and Mrs Sprinkles who by this wajr is Said to be the ThetiPHoliness is taught and expound ed with great Vehemence and a- gent1ernanvhohad attended one pfytba meetings says that tue tinterest is greaW Qenf the brothers besides being a force ul expounaer of t1ie doctrine of salvation is also said to be a goodman at enforcing quiet and good order among the congrega ititthat assembles and at the Very outset he sat down so hard and strong upon some tough Characters who had attended the meeting for the evident purpose of creating a disturbance that the attempt has never been repeated and any bad characters whoiiw attend the meetings if they dont shout from religious f rveri are given io understand that they must keep quiet a six viA stoiyis told on John I Waters one of our clever and easygoing citizens that stamp him as the slowest man onrec ord John hasliad several occu1 patibttsl during his career in one of whichas nay be men tioried in passinghe gained quite a prominence Seerar- ye4rsago the Springfi ld Base ball Club was the champion team of all the country around and Jphn Waters familiarly known as L fty wasits jnain stay He was the champion tWirl r and his siow curves were never successfully solved by the opposing batters John Eslong since retired from the field of sports however and has recently joined the ranks of the wielders oftheaaw and hatchet audit isWhile employed in that capacity that the incident 6 which I wJUrefer issaid to have happened Johns extreme slow ness of movement Jhad gotten to- W a standing joke among his fellow workmen and when the incident which befel him was reported by a fellow workman the other dayv none could be found to doubt its accuracy It seems that John was working in the second story of the new rca idence of Mr AJbhn L Barber wh nbe carelessly stepped through art opening and fell to the ground beneath Noww though tho distance was some fifteen ortwehtyfee he escaped entirely uninjured The explan ationfis simple add it was then that Johns proverbial slowness stood him in great tead The fellow workman who witnessed j the fall says that Johns body inltaUinl ALSE Thatr mustbe astraiig- er young girl at Bardstown who caused seven days sensation here and at Lebanon by clailnl into be Alma Deyersan urf fortunate girl whose life was clouded bya tragedy in which she was an innocent figure and whose lifeless body was given a decent burial at Lebanon sev erl months ago by some good citizens of this and Marion counties The announcement coming as it did from reliable persons thattq girl had been found at Bardstown who claimed to be Alma Devers in the flesh deathnrtdt In the minds oi so many nat urally caused something Qfa sensation All sorts ot rumors of deeplaiai schemes and plots concerning the JDovers girl and her connection with the trial of one of the members of the mob that killed her father and the countyttsOon afloat An investigation finally reT the fact hbw ever that AlmaDevers is Cert bily dead and that the girl at Bardstown whose name is Devers by the wrfy through some strange fancy or mischief claimed to be the dead girl and succeeded in giving enough color j D1mbi s fR EAVY CROP The tobacco cropottbisconnty1sauun usually heavy one That it isIahead of last years yield the farmers realize more plainly since the crop has been cut and hobsed Idid not think that the tobacco on my place was much ahead of the yield last year said a well known farmer the otherday lentil I began to tfut it iirilo the house Then I found that the barns that had held all my crop last year were too small although I lack one acre of hawing as much ground in tobacco The leaves ore much heavier and Jarger and this years crop is a big one Yellow Jaundice Cured Suffering humanity snauld be supplied with every meanS pos sible means for its relief It is with pleasure we publish the fol lowing This is to certify that I wag a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for over six months and was treated by some otthe best physicians in our city arid all to no avail Drv Bell our druggist recommended Electric Bitters and after taking two hot ties I was entirely cured I now ltake great pleasure in recommending them to any person Buffering i rom this terrible malady I am gratefullyyours M A Ho gartf Lexington Ky Sold by Haydon Robertson Druggists Ballnrdn Horehound Syrup la not a mixture of stomach doatfoylnK drugs but iU a Kclontlfically prepared remedy tfiht euros coughs and colds and nil throat and Idnjr tronblcn Its action Is quick prompt and pwltluo 25c k 50c Uaydon A Hobortaou Snap Shots With a Graphoplione The Graphophone to the ear what the photographic camera is to the eye and more for the Graphophone catches InstantlyI and preserves every shade of sound A most inter esting use of a Graphophone is to make records of ypnr friends voices to be preserved for future use You can catch the story of y6or jolly friend suit as he told iiti or the favorite Bongo some loved one justas she sangitT and t atipytlmEtpl Sei B Ids the tSrapho phone iafitords wonderful enter tal6neDtlriI the way of repro ducing the music of bands or chestras or vocal 6r Instrumental soloists No Investment will return so much in pleasure as the purchase ot a Grapho phprie Itis the perfiect talking atogueNn1 gMph Coinpany No Olfii Penn w sylyania Avev WaShirigtonVDiO WAJ TEDiS veral Trnatworthy Per Bonsltit this tate to manage oiir brislness oounIoiayeurnndexpenBCfoDeJtnltDboni liofercnceiiEtJ yold1Chicago Discovered toy a Wflmaii AnotKer great discpvery has tOQbyliJady tened its clutches upon her and for seyenyears she withstood Itt rtgansseemed imminenW For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finaltf discovered away to recovery by apurchasingcovery consumption and was so much relieved on taking theI first dosethat she slept all nlgBtt Oandsolute v cuedRer nameis Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writss W 0 Hammckuo Shelby N 0 Trial jbbtttes free at fiavdpn Robe ftsons Drug Store Regular size 60o and 100 Every bottle guaranteed A IIe rtlibil Neeewliy Nb family should bo wlthnut Folo yii Cotta oUsydoutRbortao t r = WITH OUR i4 ARMERS g a Notices stock seed or groin wanted pr for sate or oxchanjco Inserted In this col iumuqaeatod to send In stock or crop items tea publication Mr Frank Martin Ji4S wW W arn1 of 100 acres la West Meteor ip Vita ti59AirIn the CornlBhylllo neighborhood for 81000 o Obesa Woe Alap to earna party house and lot near Oornlaif villb fot 300rHarrpdBburg Democrat J ttO- ne of the grandest races darIng Kentucky groat trots at Lexington October 4 to 10 will be the 2104 Pac lug Stake with each stars as Frank Agan 203f Ohehalia 2WJ Frank RoRoah 2041 Anaconda 204J8earch Ught 204 Bumps 2041 Roan Wilkes 2Otlt Lena N 2051 Ananias 2061 and Parker 8 206 pa probable starters IllLast fall Mr Will Lyno of Lexing ton was out at Milt Youngs place There was a paddock there In which yore four yearling colts which had been called out bvMr Young as be ling weeds He offered the four to Mr Lyne for 8100 and that gentleman took them in Three 01 hem have proven frequent winners this year and tho fourth starts this week for thaflrst time He refused and offer of 82oXX for one of them she having won tho laa sli races In which shp started i t On October 4 the first day of the greatt Lexington tenday meeting the rich Kentucky Futurity 816000 Is contested Janie 7 2l4 Oonevieve 15h Charley Horr 213 Limerick 216 Amby 21Ih garaphlna 218 Peter The Groat and ether three old cracks are in the field It is likely thor rda will be beaten Half taro on all railroads Dnratr Is Dlood Dcep Clean blood means a clean skin Np beauty without it CoscareU Candy Cathar tie clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im todaybaniali to takinstCalC4reubCnuty gists catizfaction guaranteed 10c25c60c Tho Tobaccflr6p- Commissiuner of Agriculture Moores report on crops Sept I says of tobacco The tobacco crop s bows a marked improvementI since Augusttst and asomuwnat gloomy outjdok on tbat date Iis transformed into one where crops of fine yield and quality figure extensively but even the Very favorable conditions have not beep sufficient to9 make fine to bacco pf that considerable portion of tbe crop which was Jate set and wbich promised such poor fes ults August Jst and as one 11CQrrsSpPndefltbe considerable taU end to the cropThe crop has suffered Incm mon With corn by overflow in bottoms Frenchlng is anoth- efreqientsoircOof r damage men tioned hailstorms local damago in the counties of Union and Marshall Worms which Wet d noticeably few August 1st have since become numerous m some counties but as a whole the prop will show a small percent of damage from that source Cutting began as early as the 20th and became q ate general during tbelatdayso1thomOfltC the high temperature causing the plants ttf jripen very rapidly It is eimate4 thajllipercent pfr the crop was thus4p ol tto Septembeiyst in tbt iirestern section 2ipercentiat theOntns- eotlonand 17 percent in tha jMstern On SeptomberIst 1397 the esUmatli was 5 perceintr tgtte cropior thb stale was house prior to September 1st THTi SUit Vdshfaiton GoHHty Not In yood Eiflhit6g and 0- p4 Railroad 31180o =A fulfi involvlnga large sum pf money and of much interest fo th pitzenS of Marion Taylor n3Greeu counties was filed at Ciebanon oo the Sd by 00 Mc Chord attorney toy B B Phil lips Trustee for the bondholders f tbe outhernDIv1s1oi of the umberland and Ohio railroad igjiinst said The bLopisilIoToad Company ap d other inter ested parties ThVrnaterial facts wbicbc1sI s iomewritten matter are about as fbildws The Southern Division tthOumberlaudandOhio rail 1o is commonly known as the Greensburg branch of the L no- N Xt was a part of the proposed iline from Ohio river to Teen psgae the Bloomfield branch b eigl also a part The latter has been acquired by the Southern It was over the construct lion of the Greensburg branch that Taylor and Green counties became so heavily involved each contributing 250000 and Marion I800000 On Septemoer 2 18i8 theOujnberlGreensburg branch issued its bonds for WOOCOO a 7 percent due September 2 1898 The L and N by written ledQrseinent guaranteed the payment ot these bOnds and to secure their payment the Cumberland and Ohio Railroad Company executed a mortgage upon its entire line The mortgage jwat executed to H B Philips and N S Rayo trustees for all the parties and ptovides that if the bonds are not paid at maturity the trustees shall forthwith institute suit and have the 0 and O sold and pay the proceeds to the bondholders One of the trustees N S Ray is dead and the sur tvivingis now a wealthy citizen ofr Owensboro now brings this sdit asking judgment against the C and O ImdL and N railroads for 300000 with interest and for a foreclosure and salsof the- O and O rod to satisfy its pay ment also to require the It and N to account for and pay all net earnings realized by it in the operation of theO and O in the past twenty years which by the term3 of a lease held by it Iit agreed to do- Washington county subscribed a large sum to the capital stock of the old 0 and 0 railroad and after paying 106000 a portion of its subscription refusedI to go jnlo the reorganization scheme and afterward secured the extension of the Bardstown branch to Springfield Dr W W Ray of this place executor of his father N S Ray is made a party to the suit for the reason that his father was originally one of the trustees and his estate is interested in the suit FISH AND FL511IGaIs tho title of a very Interesting leaflet just inned by tho Chicago Milwaukee and 8t Paul Railway descrlptlro of the fishing resorts along Its lines It will bo found ofe interest to the professional l anglers as well as to the amateur A copy will bo sent to any address on receipt of aitwocent stamp for pontage Address Gco B Hcafford Genl Pass AgentEJhicgo m- FENWIGH From thin Special Correspondent Though thero has been copious 3rains3i RIdge is yet very dry and stock water is getting sOurce jcOaptville js a visitor at the spring and while here is a guest of his sister Mrs Jane Logsdon Capt R 8 Hill and Mathew Nunan of the revenue depart mentwere home Sunday last James M Janeswas in Leb anon Tuesday and Wednesday i1bt i John Or Thompson Beyenue Agent at freenbrier was nere Sunday 7 T JMillersndwifteol Wil iiiburir attended t 1i1iere Sunday tThe baplism Lt1iSU fitluf iap isf l r J tt r1D 1ts t t redi to IlichanlvE Adams on Sunday afternoon Rev Robert PurdmomdutlnJ Di Ray Piliatreau of Maaton Raylanfortn Saturday Dr Filiatreau lleaves Thursday for St Louis to take his fipishine course in medicine By the time our items go to press a worthy widower of qtirc neighborhood will have takennSo himself a better half We extend Mr Fojvler congratulations A very commendable effortUs being made by a number ofbpuri est citizens to erect a Protostc a fantSubscription lifts are being cir culated and receiving generous donationsI from those InterestedS iin the good work An elegant site can be obtained and it is the hopaof the community that by January a structure may be erected that will not onlyrefleptt credit on the generous subscrib trsa Icatbo public It Hits The spot Wden snfloi fne from a e yore cold andLt your threat aud lung feel soro tnico Ii t il thew yarmthe parts aflbqtod will ho experienced and you wlll say Jlt feels sogomfltfilts Iho spot It Is guaTntcod4 Hayflon1 d Robertson HItLSBORO v From dur HcgulixrCorrespondentJ News is scarce in this vfcihity Rev Mountioy of Lawrence burg began a series of meetings here last Sunday Mrs Em Lea hna accompa t KberweOklMisses Or4 and Errnie Miller tfMiller and Davis Suttlps are vis i ttingMrs Mollie Crook iis confined I to her room with a sorcTfpot Miss Susie Mount joy oT An derson county ts ther pleasant guest ot Miss Bertha L chuuih this week Mr Edgar Suttfes spent Sat urday night at Richard Shew makers John Howell and wlreQf Mackviile spent Sunday at Jo s fiepli3GeorgeBaker 3r visiting Mrs Mollie Buttles last week iMissHgentI school teacher is quite sick at her home in Springfield DIEDOnFridayttbe9thluit Mr Joseph roman after a lin gering illness of consumption Miftses Jennie Redding andI Sallie Fitzgerald were in Spring field Saturday Mrs Artie Brown of Boyle county is visiting her daughter Mrs MayMarlin Will Leachman and t HarriS Reed spent Sunday at Leachmana Backicrt8 Arnica Sane The boat italvo In tho world for Cuts Bruises Hares ulcers Ulcers SaltRho urn Fovcraorcs Tetter Chnppod iianc8 C acliblatnscornsnd positively curca Ioaor rib pay required It la guaranteed to glrorjor feet Ullr tPrtcocrtson8IIOORtSVILLfs Prom Our Refn r Jorrcspondcnt Messrs W B Boblot and tlM Boblet etE in Batrdstowia Monday ta dispose if severalI hones AMiss Esthetics Pile IsvlsitinRI iin LouIsy1lleSDied Friday Sept QDi Mr William Green initbe 76tlireii of his age His remains re1 interredI at St Rose cemetery the lollowing d 1ofThe protracted ne flqcbs ed last Saturday JJjffith several additions 0 cBvwell sermon at Mt Zion to alarge audience W4 Ellli ia agent for the Nelson Steam LautfdrylRV this place j Idr if M Wall liasiprri dowb his old house Md will cowenc- hisnewl one th1s w kto MI LIllie Beriot Barly jIvis1tigM1si A11ceot l lethplq i ir Mr TomTrentbfcUn pass y J r GiI wideawake b MlJs a eea1 through the colirtip GltMJbnrli ItJAPPJ aCkThtMejbuyers f 1 Szar Anyzri4re- 41i A t f I ed brouge hEre nt toiouis y1l1oO business JV 7 MrWiIlScOtt lKi thinking of Buying the Jas ifafJinplace Tncrt lsinore catarrh in this section 8putJtgatJlorand JJnJo 1YeinrtrbJ for f rott Tota andby constantly felling ty e1ro4yltk local treatment pronounced itjnctirahic Science has proven cnt4trb1o bo a pftnutt requiresnstltutnufti4iatrnopL j Cirpnianufactoredbyt J Cheenoyl A Coi1bledo Ohio Is tho only coustifii a kenhtoa espoonfuLitetidfrectlyoIttkobloldmucoua offer oho htiri NIIrjnofthostoiiThtany ijalOcure lti Send for clrcafera ajidtcs tUnenJalsV Addre QBqJrilahairsHart1 31jiJtarFacts Tile troubles 6Y thearznLtbe v unteerrportion pfJtjfpjc tbja regnlarSv have found Jhit little reaspn to cor4flaiuegan with h first c Wofl At e volvnjeOrstb lH niseries except yellpwf ever that haveb suffered Jn Abel war with Spain fet cottjmpnin t CiboflrataS b8rly a million parlicipators t itbat conflict reroembeV fellI e almost fever ystate the yol tnteOrsW Aetonothing 6frwiirbr30f takInkcareTof soldiers Any regular army lientenant who had been ptitpf ihjBf jpDiUtary academy a 8irjf It yeirsrw sfaelter gt to coamaBd and1rI1Imeu and kaePsallyBandprpperryfi ed and other wiseI cOred ibr ahjin the most i cmportantstate Governorbufieldpm did- dbmdidanyGovernors ask for regularI officers to command his regiments 4Df healthy nap lliymgpnt pfdpoiSL nhveand thrive on thegpvernmenVration if this be properly 9iedbuttb- eVountethofllc rSlnd menia knew nothing of cooking nor wera tney squick tQlesItt hakesteach ahy class of m nW cook welhrThB firs and most Jcon jstintcarB titheregulart officers Is that thewinensbaiI be prop erly fed new yolunteer officers seldom thlnK of it except on santhereScf itiagoiwhen iberejfras not an thattt K1iUpg l1ne sixtj thpusand atIoiabout three days sup plfforl the whole armyv Tbs- egularSgotr their share of it H florjtti i wOre no inulesi A detaiL pf rea was sent tto bringOU heir baokttEtha precious hardback ibjscou and coffee Some pf the volu t rieerofficerattime for their share to be mugbls to them icnnsequently their met t went hungry Every soldier whp left Tampa So or other camp for laantiago was supposed to base ablanket rub b blanket and halt p shelter I ttent tfhe LId them not his coompanymander was to blame The heat of the Cuban lowlanda made a volunteers load unqnd urablejht bad ten pounds of ammnnitlpD nd bis rifle bayonet andbeHiB Ibweighed abbut ton pounds mpret and he dared not throw anyJe thesattWIySO often he light dbls btirdea by throwing away his blankets an4 tent c trusting to Jluck tp pick up others ait the journeys end or draw new pnes from the quart mastpr But be found no others nor did the p uitttormMter bay any to issue so some soldiers bad no shelter whatever from the jratn Jlegulars neyer throw away tents ani blaake They would as soon shoot tbemselvM Besides their officers woildpoa pei theni io retake their bept doped properlyI ihe vPlunteers through no ifaultoltbeir own wore physi cally unfit tto take part jn t4t Santiago campaign They ha ot been long enough in the ser v ice to have full chests strpnf h earts and hard muscles1and Northern men were sure to be weakened by several Weeks pf camp lifeat New QrIeauL Mobile and Tftfipft 8HUi Hrs would have be far arable mlt for ft trip to Ciiba T litEVH k XMOM UUUc111pLregia era thrh-te j lb cbageXjk iIHetsyeekJii it er e 7 1 IL IaI t Y i f Ai 7 fi toTLOcO I ia q Tke Place to Draw 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ILbSlflS SOV1ifltY over o the MJT3T MMwis list cease Thej I J1 t t 1it fl1UCfr terrztory I 1M UMfa sta sha1rtain i and foinof government t t r 4Ovr Iti J t lallbgjei t pirt Qf the gropriMttalnedbytheUnitod Sttsiwi jbpen for further dis t f eusiQ i wr ITk fiftwied that old Gent Gpmc tkfcnban Ieade has t rsi d coiruna dr o r of the Cuban army Iteems t I i ittt0pm zisi opposed to the pftssive submIssion to the pstab llishirig1 oftile absoluia dominion iof the tJhited States The old n hasbeen fighting pr the t 3 greate r part t thislITe and evi J J t donty IS 1ot oohtenttc stop so t long as tliero is apt excuse fo- rkeei1upJT iJ 1 1 4 Tuzaasa1nation QrnpresS h E11betl bynIUanaro1ist hasbbeked the world There M Is nq pnfifehmeufr seVexe enough io fit Jif8Ta3 fcfrme arid it is a V4 f 3 rtpitysornthth couldnot be donp t4Id the wprldt of these bIoodthrgtyboings whoso sole ifc objectin life seems1 to fee tQC9JD mitlnSrder for some Imaginary t1t wrong a fifo 1 t tT JSecbnd nfiiicky BegiL men YhicKsKasted alj of Its o pateiptism lighting typhoidioverr- jfl camp at Chickamaugawasfl- JtOIfC L out at Lexington yes I k tetday There were several Wftsliingtonr county boys in the rogimI Cophasbeenapl POiflJsoretar of f1 tte and t 1 SiaogcF Hoar Jas befffered s plas Am- bassaboruat JrJ r tbe OOurto st James which he will probably l 7 Y f Af1niOcenIAeIio orE1y 1 l CreaHi Baln yauWilibe sarp to buy the 7 iO centsJzol Cream Balm has no equal J la curing calarrhQr cold io the head 1t AyonrdroBgtetforltorMud Iftxto jff isoinnlIt IL EC ROSBSa Wiwren Sts NT Ca IftmWredfromc caUrrh three Drears It k1 got to bud thatl could aptwork 1 uued two bottles tit Elys Cream Balm and BI entirely well 1 wfuldiiot3 e wlth- outilxwACrZ3 CUrkeS4lJiawrout ATO i I f r m loffiDfts or SCIEICE j ConsinpsA Att Zmin at ITaw York Chemist and w fritmtut Jcess Free Offer to Oar Z esdera t 1ft eeILigIahed Y01kCh r At um dCUIOIIatratiIgh1S dIscry of ptaudabsoute cure lor consnttp V U1 ITmoniry jrHserculbsUi ann oU c hroMtiaJ throat lung imd cheat dfeeases t f tbboni eongbt ctarrhal affections gnu eral decllnoand weakness lots of flesh and a ii etfiikioojr tl Trastinjc ftvrayj will send IjtItif THREE FREE BoLrL1s an different ii y 81 sew cUscouiiedDaDl c rtd- ejb NxwizpaawriLLngfortLem JIItew 8IUftd atmt1asass te4J 1iousmafnnentl7by ftttJmcly dho aiiIderiIfr siptopeofe r i tyiofferbg mnnityt1aute a tiaflitkie lnfUlble Utf a 4 dikedilli doaie u wyiynders4da s tsM cb3t pacUyperhwntn g cS tQYtihalIucei redts aaJJimcl1cla- toihwnnnity na caTi 8clalmQdtyanyraod fLi ri nka 1InertIon- AiiV itg tm lea abd nsmptInartcnrabIe- r lnre1iY 3ImIa prgYtIi by hcartfoit ethzs Of giatItud flIed izihI Mnerlcon and Er anabratorf iTl thousandi froth U1ns 1iraeIIdaIlaztotthowor1diil bronchial t eestnnd lUliIr tront4cs Ifwl to consnmp hl h 1In1Iterruptedm1DfSJlpoOOy tiI8linPJY rritoi fT A Slocumil Cia fine treetKevr Jforlt giving postiofflce mbd MfWMMMreMJHidU TreVmedlcliie e1U be p Jptl1eyt Bnffercrs shoulflj p take iOBiant advaatie Jof thIs generous pypqeiaion L1 Peie tell the Doctor that you s aw Ms LC 1SIfltiIEW54JIADat- c t 1CNII- t I 1 ttIa JR IV4 er ijtttt t iItrJTCcoUMke44I 1 t s r ttr 1t 4 4j t4Fr put ral 01 r1c 5 a J IN PORTO BI60 wll1 retINf Ei1tefrii Will H M d WIth Army or Invasion I Mr W A Wters Has Just Htcclv ifrf the ellewlpi L tfer Which WIlt l be Fepfid fe ke of Inler csjoOur RearftMu PONOB POBTO foct SeptetnlJer 8 1858 MLWAwATEBsSprIngflody 1FA1 1ftmr hveastr- etprne tothla potut1iTtei J taV inbeenfortthe past twenty days on the moss eventful trip of my life one Irinbt wltfef toafl 1 ht dshipisK and stirripR events never ibevlprgqttqnV As knqwbefOremay thlsrOnr cbra pij3ws one 6f the sx tinder comqund of laenii CqiBelJfnap lhatfwas ordered to e4n force Gena tr1 l1J ri t Xactly met efear crat hadbeen checked Jn his gdyance upon I aydsuej one ot thi rindp icijLies btthe I1Ian3 J t r WdsaildfrNexp Qw2 t V on August3J arrived atrthe port of Ponce on the 10 and be fore tne balance of tie tBgira ni under Col Castleman whasailed llater on another anspbrkwr ilyfSi ee ordered to the siege of Mavagne and proceedn ed to that point immediately battlesbtpMOP Wore ourardval GeriV Swan met the ibrngjnst but of the cUyj in which ai ntfmber bl be Americans were Jrtllecl nd woiotSded The Spanish retreatr ed back totb aha eUyhntfliey were tbb welt fortified lor Swanr tq proceeds Atthapprozof pin fleet the fallowing morning ittbecityithe left 6t Swatf and we tbgeth pr witht1 forces of Swan at Once took possession of the city pyer tfhlcli CbU Belknap aBr snmcd command Then began ran immediate preparation to polno the Spanish who were ifojjoried by orirscOut9 tobe re realing in the direction of Eiarines cfcr the coast of San frFnan However before we started news came oi the second bat tle of May agnez which bad been fought by a detachment of Swans meeseyeral miles from the city In which the Heijemyyconsisttnpr Of about 2QOO were completely rbuted the Colonel commanding togeTher rlth several subordi natoofficers und sbout 200 solr dier belnjaf captured besides seferaTp bide killed and wounded Then came the order pt tfee Peace Froctbcorj and eVerythingi atonce Assumed a sUndslliil exceptthe hoisting of theridligsin town tad aceht to May aguez and provost d jfy tb pijtcttbei natives itom Ihecrueltfesbf theiSpanish uringtheseyeraj days between tile 15th and 25lb wS had many experiences too numerous to elton jays in and aroundthe cttyrbfMayaguez On the 26th we OomtheLc4ybat was called a march but finally assumed Itself into a mass of humanity sJtuprgtrng over roads that in our country wonldbe pronounced impassabie mttch worse than I oran1 one else can describe Through qnagtriires where mud a dwatrifrom one to three feetjleep after ting as morh as ah tour7i tb proceed half a mile in fat we traveled irona early one mbrnine until near darff and haif only covered five miles in many places we were compelled to march single file for mfles 1 know this sounds Ukoa fish Story fo your but is absolutely true In tha wean tmeit raias eyery day at this season of the year in Porto Rico contmuallyi which swells the proporthusi In fact thb men would set up a shout at the sight of one as4hatt enabled them to wash off the mud If the stream was not too flush we Waded them otherwise a cb1O46pOwouId be carried pyer byj an expert swimmer or someone In a canoe tied toa tree on cithiar bank and the men would haul themselves across WIbcand polled asnore Eveniit all this but four were drownei Anhtveltabo same iwet clothes 9 except Btpcdasionarf intervHlstheXun pbuld peeo on nsutht1th t only few mih utOst is reqUired to dry tbeni foi Esayhi prastit or unless the breezes b bJvT7ai H h Iikrtic J On the above mentioned march one Washiogton County map was lost his name being Jesse N Brooks no doubt unknown to you but he joined us in Spring field on the night before we left and gave his P Q addtess as TexaS Kv und asked pn jthe muster bllof 4he company to have iJWhitteman Texas Ky tbtified tf any accidentr should happen him He Was ail excel leni man well lIkedo Joy alt the company Jte was drowned cfn Angus 27while jittemptling t6 cross the Rip Grande Tiyer at thb Bajnejiiroo twDV Qtbe r men wetlrdjSwned but not fromVdtir company On the followtngrdiV rooks body as recveretdp- roe1sburIear at Safi Germain5 a small town on Vhef road from MaY IDxez His grave is marked ina bstkhtiaf manner I think that hls motljer is still living AUii boys arerin good ihealtb except Reginal Olementa Qndhq sick with typhoid fever in the hps pitai at Maysguez His people probably know of this before tow I wouldl have written sooner concerning him but thisj is my first pppprtunity This Ue appearstoagreeJ pecially well with some pf our boys Will Walker weighs about twenty pounds more than when he leftin fact all are at present I RegiDalHQw Irbm Mayaguez last night and informed us that he was much better Porto RiCo in some respects ia a wonderfaX l cpuntrjr Tell Cotton Noe that I hayV seen some places that would lfe the finest spot on garth fgr mtQ sit and write oetryV Sometimes you see acres of bannana orchards and again along the shores of the ocean and rivers grow cocoa- nuts just as walnuts grow at hombthen pineapples and mangoes in profusion The orange season is jest beginning and they can now be bought for four cents a doaen pineapples as big as a water bucket for fiveto seven cents apiece Labor is worth 10 to 15 cents daywhep you get itbut the truth is I have never yet seen a native at work I think they have a law prohibiting it all appear to live upon fruits etc especially the lower class The better people live well and have many substantiate and del leadent but everything grows without cultivation To plow up the grouLci they do it with oxen and cows but instead of yoking them together by the neck as with us tiey tip the yoke by leather thongs to their head and they pull with their horns Oat lleis the best live stock on the island the horses are small al most too small for use and do not thrive Hogs appear scarce You often see a native leading one awe would a calf Goats are plentiful and their milk is drunk by the natives and thy also make cheese of the milk One of the most beautiful sights that r have ever seen is the Bay tree You bavo often heard the xpr ssion flourish like a green bay tree iThey do really flourish I have seen one of these trees that would spread IJntil tne limbs would cover more than an acre of ground and make a shade so donse thaLnot a ray of sun could be seen through the foliage lI individually was never very energetic but still this is a very peculiar climate After staying Doctors Cant CureIt Confsgiouv blood poison U absolutely beyOnd the ikill ot thedoctors They any dose e patient for yeara on their mercurial and potash remedies but ho will never be rid of the dieaBojon the other hand his eo dl iteadlly worse 88 9 is tbe only cure for this terrible affliction because it is h only remedy which goes direct to ttbl cause of the disease sad forces itm thnYltem Tai ffltoUdirltb Blood Poison and the beat doctor did co no though took l faltb1tuUi go rhil I took almost cverr tocalled Moo rt remedy but they dldnot sum to teach tbe iii ease and bad no effect whatever I was dlihetrtened font teemed lhal 1 Would nerer be cured jttihf advice ol a friend I then took 8SSandtpntoItaproyol contlnaeJ the metmyf my appetite j tbauKhtbUwasttenyeinaeD I baTe never yeIt saaa Ugnot the dUease to return WaNgwfLtf Etaantonva cooUnUElr rheytprOducingJoiq a causing the hair t6folloatimd coniplelely wrecking jheisBtem 1SfSFm BlOOd t s guarantfiedPorely Vegetable j and Is thesedengerous hpSwift KENTUCKYS GREAt TROTSL- EXINGTON Ji l iT JiS O tober 4 to15k St i S 1f OOPU f t 16 OOo trlJ t e 4 Crreat 2 O4pace October Great6 rttfQ1 dit5 isooo Cup StlreOctobiS Ii 5000 Transylvania October 6 4000 Ashland ttkkeV 121 Other Famous Stakes Daily r c WorKi Oreajest Raeiiiig ttv V Famous Eellstedt4 BaJlenbiiLrg BandI Half Fare on Ali Raflroad i2fri r P PV JOHNSTON i fl W WILSQN Presidenit secretary POWDERED I oiiq13AIIiMade of tie Finest mtnJiitt1aftetIt eto ned it bevapontej bra boS fot to a dry and HM witii tbf IlpST cRMARTASU end SODA TUB ONLY BAKINarOWDBR WITH THB MILK powdaIIf To mak the Finest Richest Biscuit sn4 other Dreads the Lightest and Cakes acwitbouttio Use ofMore For Baking Purpo sls Without FOR PURITY liD EXCELLED ffiTHOUT A j Kothlne but the Best Results caD ebtrioof the Free sod Powdered Butter Milk Baking Powderrand indispensable for Pure OMPJRISJHiiBread nndyCakeo at home and on Steam Ships and Ocean Vessels TWO tOQBpootXf tci ono quart of PBMBPCoLouisvi11eKyUSA t a shorttime the most industrious man becomes languid and stupid and hastooe almost driven to do his duty The nghts are cooV generally cool enough to sleep under a blanket you are supposed to have one Just now we are camped a short Distance Willimion of San Juan Some reports say thit we will be mustered out of the service But it looks like a considerable army will be maintained by the Government If so its probable that the different states will be asked to keep in its full quota In that event we being the only ones tbat have seen service we may be Kept roran iindefinite period Tell Charlie Noe that Will Walkerand I are deter mined to 4if ake for him in some way a KragJorgenson rifle with which we are armed They only shoot a 30 calibre but will pen etrate two inches of solid steel l at 1QOO yards Turkeys would never be out of range We wear for clothing a blue flannel shirt canvass pants shoes and white hats which iis far too much for this climate Most of the natives wear a slip some do not Some of the ladies of Spanish decent are beautiful almost the color of Octoroons wavy black hair that falls below the waisr eyes as black as coal and large as a quarter W O REED From A Urlbodlat Paeacher Hay city Ind Jan 12 1897 Pepsin Syrup Co Montlcollo OentsIt t Rord mo grant plea nro to speak In pralRO of ynur moat oxcollout medicine Imvo aalforcd quite a great dent from sink hedacho the reui1 of sed ontary habits and alneginh liver and howelL Your remedy corrects these troubles and my headaches are stopped JCBoono I astor M E Church Waters A Browne Valuable Farm Lands VOli RENT I desire to rent for the year 1899 my farm near Federicktown Washington county Ky consist ing of 450 acres about 100 aorps of which is as fine bottqrn landas pan befound anywhere The are twp largo residences and one good ten ant house on tboplacealsoQo4 outbuildings Will rout the farm as a wtiolo or divide it into tractr For further inforinatibn CSll on or address v MRS M L CUNN OR- Fredcrlcktownt Ky or I H THURMAN Springfield ity PENcNGWIRE j oultry Farm Garden Cemetery Lawn Xailroad and Sbbbit Fencing T7uuaan lt ofBillet iffute afizZogu7rec Freight faiii TPrfett LoC MeMULLBi WOVEN WIRE FENCE G- OtMns and NvMarketSL fjPIUM IOIaysv I Oct idhIiternab1ttcured at fcoma xrtti out psln 13ookofa- rttcn1rnentaEEZ BJLWOOLLKYILD U tdOco lot Niz7 at NfrwRLEADEE 100 a year A7AHTED Several Trustworthy Per manRgdqnrlJ1lness conductedStexpenses definite unnafindp no more llererencesl envelope Herbert K Hess Prest De portmen t M Clilcato ont thfnY away good bnt faded garments Remember with otto hours work and no muss if you use Putnam Fadeless Dycs yon can ijiuko thorn nnw again Sold by Waters it Browne THE CUBAN IN8URQENT8 Slays Created an ttjrforfaoota Situation for Tbnuivez Through aHbundenuuultDlf A member of the Cabinet speaking about the unfortunate attitude of the Cubans at Santiago said he feared that it would take time to correct the mis apprehension of the Cuban Insurgents that the United States proposed tp raise a minority Government wherever the Veiled States forces overcame the Spaniards Cuba this gentleman said would have to read and absorb the intent of the Presidents message and abide by it if the people hoped or expected to see real peace In a short time If the Presidents judicial advice was adopt ed thero was no reason whatever why every man in Cuba within the protec tion of the military authorities of the United States should not have tho freest possible opportunity to prosper and koy might as well make up their minds that they worn not to have any opportunity whatever to act unjustly towards their former enemies This determination on the part of the United States continued the Min later should not provoke a spirit of peoplOoflike us and we could not pretend to understand us they understand Self interest with the Cubans however might be expected to govern them if they would stop to think at alL With out our help thojf would continue to be misgoverned by Spain Csmailaa ftevr Governor General Tbe Earl Of Mlnto who haa been appointed governor general of Canada tosucceed the Earl of Aberdeen Is tho fourth Earl of Mints and his other Utica in tho British peerage rct the Viscount Melgundand Baroq af1qntOD Wetitlef John MurrayKynynmoondEUIottTEIe ta the son pt the third carl of Emma Eleanor Elizabeth daughter and heir of General Sir Thomas HIsI p tiart G C B In 188t he married Mary Caroline the daughter of General the Hop Charles Grey and succeeded ikls lgnaodIlieutenant in the Scold Fusilier Guards in 1867 and retired in 1870 r When the British Government asked thoNtlotuworked night and day to expedite the fitting out and despatch of the Pjdition Ho it was that gave the voyageurs jholr farewell pUling speech bidding them goaspeed And steadying their hearts as they ambarkcd and he it was Who bade them welcome and commended them on their return When the Reir rebblljbn broke outs the military spirit of Lord Mebjuni could not Test so near aclon withpu beln actively engaged and he Bought and Obtained the po3iUon of cnVef pf Gel1eralMlddletOn1nger hjs Solicitude for w re pf ibhe toluntebr trOops and his Ipve pt qeniy Uugun4 illness caused Ms departure befor the campiilgn wastullyclosedl In alf sociali eVents was as success tut and asgen1a1aantho other walks qt life ikBariof1nto will numerous frlendatdtg1vebtth a warn wplcom on hla return toCanada 1to Il S Sa4rshouJdmnrryaclrl1lt waste k j t ii KeeeIJIJn P088I 1 fl v ONTI WARI j l11 By a special artangemen and for a short time only we will offer ithe Twicea Week Courier Jpurnall J AND THE NewsLeader One Yeai Ppr Only 125 i The CourierJournal has the BEST war news ser vice of any ot therrj and you get it twice a week with the NewsLeader aweekiIa a Quarter r This otter is open to UpI subscribers the NEWSrliEADES who pay np and one year 10a47 vance and io any new sob scribersWe this one of the mostn ernlotf r made arid there is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war news and home news as well Address communications to EL DAVISON JK Pub g1sLEADEn Springfield KVt Tablora Buckt ye Pile OIntmntrelievea the intense itching It soothes U heals ItCunm chronic cases whet surgeons fall It Is a scientific certainty lltalea increase through ita cures it I no porimont Evory bpttJpKUaronteed dOc 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and try jjI ji i4L MM r t JCAIK STWSETV j i4 lItow trxnranEU HOT- SXeinivv H 1i B RYkNIJ a 9 ji i r UOTIQRZER- r 5h + Lh tt aDd ti iaSpc1a1tt fIP 1t I SPRINGFIELD KY itJ 1 rlEjitiO Rt M BLWKIITH SHOPj y H hOinI i Carriage Repairing gst t 11rWI jrtfarMfcM to give tt- 5aeI H 1OP P1t1NGF1LDKY- = SJPVI-N1 iiI A- wiS y II usboSj 4IN1 = iica Atsii1cII oNraa Ak12Ac1 IiliK t fIii n fUUu T5 ABOUT TOWN 1iJ iJ J =tJ tJJJt 3 t t 3 tr 1iaysale cheap four nice buckrl nibs H S LIThEYs voiiiCaS XwUt next Nbvem jf Open a Poultry Slaughter- House anSl will pay the highest ctsh price forx jiurjceys and all Idnds bf livVftrwy arid eggs Nt ni dCGILL WE are preare4o offer from nov on thLonisyi1Wek1Y- Dispatc and theN Weale fQIa25 pery ar This applies toold subscribers whd renewas jlitonewsnbscdbersr t BEHOttpsON a practical photographer has pitched his tent on the lot ad joiningf GD Dawmnsresidence and JipreJJpardtp dVSjElrjs uciiiss workya I J j WE publish in anplher jcoluSin 9WJPRel imeht in JortoRicd t A1frOR i acrs foz n t lY j1 bt fOr ht3Jc1cQ15iLb JTkOMPSO photgraphert- akea11kindsofphotos Tots groupS cabinets and outside views Prices reasonable Give hI3118cal1 r T flEepty 1ai1 s being res L 14w steel fiQQJ4S eg4tiin and the jjail is being hero made ractr secure gcb1thoaOME excitenent was created In rowitTat J1esdaraftrhdon sbysthallblde thoian1ng mill of L1 Walter rovytf Tho fire was stopped beloga any damage wasdone p 5s J i5THE members bithe dancing class wilTgiX6 an linlormil hop at the hallon Friday eyemng ALL persons owing pack taxes to me as exdeputy Sheriff must settle same by next CountyCourt day or suffer JKeir property to be advertlJsed HvB POWELL i Thy Washington County colsored folks fair pen today for It three days meeting A good premium llstis offered and there IfpUFdoubtiess ben big crowd on fittnd An excursion Will be run Otit from Louisville on Saturday JLASAm RU church will be dedicdiedSundayi SSeptember i8 1arServedat the church The fourth quarterly meetint for Springfield circuit will beheld dVPleasant Run anct Sunday Saturda3i i II instead of 17 and 18 as an nounced In lost weeks paper Dinner served at the church Saturday B F ATKINSON Pastor TutU new firm of Grundy Clay brooke f Co is receiving new goQds daily and will soon have complete line of clothing flnd dry goods Messrs Joe Clay brooke and Palmer McElroyhav6 just returned from CincinnatiI where they left some big order for goods The young men off the firm have many friends throughout the county who wish them success in their new business REV J N SAUNDERS R D the oldest member of the Louis ishomel is His brother ReV Miles Saun der formerly of this place and sisterinlaw Miss Ejmmui Wilsotr of Zonetbn are with Sounders was pastor of the Bloomfield Presbyterian Church for over 20 years and haa been 15Clyears He is well known in Sp i1l eldotGains to bo a Sister TheNelson Record in an arti cleabout the Alma Devers case has the following to say Mr and Mrs J J McCabe of Spring field with whom Alma Devers mode her home for 9 short tune previous to her Keifag sent to Louisville came to this place and raftor conversing with the girl decided itwasnbt Alma Doers althouglshe bears a striking resemblantie to the supposed dead Sirk Mr James Moore with whom the girl is living has bon inter viewed and the informatioiel c ited from him is sufficien to prove that the girlt1S jpiofe Jtliaia1 Itovers The girl in qnesfibnj Uiclirnsi DeversJandtbaf sheisa dau1h terbf the J5L Deversl1Vbj was mobbed in Marion county three years ago But she states that lid Vas not jboi Marion county at the tixneotthtr ge 1t utVl li ving iaU9theit Sfetitlptc df tJi- oontr1anclieWc othing o tdreafui 1jf9 rninthis after jt otf dilr mothers died and shw ntJUlive witha- aiidlril1eigbBriptrQm th ourse qf t edifte4o this t pntyw ef shiii f r- nrsti1ft Mr W1BJ lree wcll tbwiwith Mrs HettySpaldin laJl1EMclaimsl to 3be a sister of Alma Beyers whdas wjth her father atthe time lib was murdered She is eighteen years old and is anrtexcBedingly comely girl of t 1thIshetells bears the impress of Htrulfi but notwijthstanduig there j5Iairof mystEy abOut ihe gijikl and thctwtfole altai- rISTRAYED j 1f Strayed to myplace near Mack ile two small Jennets about uly 1 Owner can have tame y paying forcharges and prov iing property V W B HATCHETT Mackyille Ky Farm for Sale rI have for sale a farm con lapdi3UuatedweSt of Sprringfielda nAtJte watejrs of Lttle Beach Ifrhas on itr good dwelling barn and imptpyementsi More than half 4si in pasturfe laid the balance under cultivatibpl It contains om fine tobacfco land It is situated three miles from Valley Hill jpostoffice and railroad sta tion and on agoOd turnpike C M iCEiT1Y t Springfield Ky + J Found At Haydon t Kobortona drtie store amarvclou8curo for all cxauslloa and and kidney complalntn and ieuiala weak ness It Iol ys Kidney Cure Driving and Fair Association Owing to the importance of tthe great fall meeting of the Louisville Driving and Fair As September 26 to October J inclusive The railroads entering Louisville from the South namely the Illinois OeD tral Louisville and Nashville Southern Railway Company theS Henderson Route and the apeake and Ohio have granted theiXJqmpany a one faro rate lox theround trip from ail points in Kentucky Tickets on sale for trabV scheduled to arrive in Louisville on the morning of the 26th to the morning ol Septem bet 8 1398 limited for return October 2 1898 The outlook int the meeting is very bright Is pour liver tired does it fall to do Its duty4f dent neglect its call for help A fowdoses jf Herblno may save you a spoil of sickness Herbiae is hA only perfect liver medicine It curbs Chill and Fever 75c Haydon RtloortttOnI POLIN Prom Our Special Oorreipoodent Mr Charles Hardesty of Louis ville spent a fewdays with his parents at this place last week Mrs J W Bays and daughter Miss Fannie visited Mrs Coleman of Bardstown last week Miss Jennie Williams has re turned home after a pleasant stay with hW sister Mrs Moll voy of WilliRburg Charles Semonea of Harrods burg returned home last Thursday after a pleasant visit to rel atives at this place Missesi Carrie and itilla Rue sellthave returned home alter a pleasant stay vith relatives neat Harrodsburg Mrs Frank Ntel of Chaplin spent last Tuesday with Mrs i S H Bishop Misses Maody and Belle Van arsdatl are visiting the Misses Russell this week Misses Ella and Blanda Bonto ii Taylorsville spent Saturday Sunday with their sisters pf rOl place Mrs Will Hardesty is quite sick with typhoid fever Misses Minnie and Katie Moore sp Thursday with Misses Fan nleandMayHaysMr and wife of Springfield were the guests of nCfayiqi eWkIB IffTcasy enough if you take Dr Belte Pino Tar Honey It cuts the nincoua und al lays the 11lamaUouB01hat th roisno inclination to cough It sooths tho bro i attidlunpAWgooddi 1 NoToBo ierMft7 Cests Gnaranteed tobacco habit euro makes weak mea strong blood pure Ko It All drucclsts Iv FRO7LIt t MriB JohngLi Barbeir 4is qulteriok ic Hlhunnau iv s1f ioirnq- y t p B CraycroffisIn toulsyille thiaweekon business 4iWlil TJcpbbrci left MPndLpfoL Hoaett AcadcmyDanvflle- Mr js J A U McC1iorcf1s In tnclJi natfto buy new fall goods Ir Roberttitton ii MT FIfQ 1M aawerojiiieban l011 jla tSnnday tlllOh1ll s1t MoElfoy Jrv of Kansas IGjtyiaj here dna visit tohfe parente f f liII Jennie Oaycr ft returned T-uedayevenIng from a trip to din obmatL 1 TiMrs HUgh Koe who has lad quite alspell of typhoid fever is convalescent 1MriGeorge D liobortaon enter tained the Ladles Afternoon Knchre plnbTtiesday t 4MMargaretIeacbnaaii ha re from a visit to relatives at Blpomfieldl LTV 0 MoOhord and F P CalcJ well were Oampbellsville the first of the week WD Claybrooke was in Shep berdavillij the first of tnu week on llegal business Mrs W K Robertson and Miss AUie opre have returned from a visit to Cbvington Miss Ada Shuck who baa been viaitlngat the home of C RJf Elroy has returned to Lebanon W F Booker W A Wnters and A Cunningham came in Sunday from their sojourn at Tatbam Mlsa Annie McObord left yesterday for Danville where she will attQad Caldwell colleg- e4iaa Bessie Roberts left Monday for Cincinnati where she will atten- dSo of the highschools Messrs Allen Yeager and Owen Leachman of Danville are visiting friends in and around Texas Mr Michael ToohlU ot Pennsyl vania a nephew of the late Frank wan is here on a visit to relatives W E Selecman and Bev 00Pugh attended toe Baptist Association at Bardstown the fir t of the week Charlie M McObord left yester Virginiawherecourse Miss Lucy Selecman llift Monday fpr Georgetown college She was accompanied by her sister Miss Car rio who returns today Misses Annie McObord Ella Cray croft and Annie D Grundy spent Fri day last at the home of Mrs Sallio Grundy near Valley HilL Mr Walter Raybourne who baa been visiting WJ Raybourne in the MackVille neighborhood returned Tuesday to LouisvilleS Miss Sallie MoEbroy entertained quite a number of her friends Monday evening atprogtessiye lagomnchy Ai most delightful evening was spent by all who attended arandyjandfamily of Col Grnndy at Valley HOI Messrs Joe Claybrooke and Palmer McElroy returned Tuesday from a business trjp to Cincinnati where they bought lot of new goods for their new storeiQuite a large party of young folks frOm town gathered at the beautiful country home of Mr Palmer Grnndy Sunday afternoon to partake of ai watermelon feast Medley left Monday for IThomas college to accept a pro in that institution from which he graduated last year with the highest honors of his class Mrs Thomas Wright who has been orfa visit here lor several week has returned to her homo at West Point Ky accompanied by her sister Miss Nannie Ray Thurman Rev J Al Dew of Louisville is assisting Rev B L Purdom in a protracted meeting at Bethlehem near Texas Mr Lam reau came out on Tuesday to assist in the hinging The Editor Enjoyed It An editor who died of starva Lion after making Dr Tanner Ashamed of himself was being escorted to heaven by an angel l who had been sent out for that purpose May I look at that other place before wp ascend to eternal hap piness Easily said the angel So they went below and skirmished around taking in the sights The angel lost track of the editor and went around bades to hunt for him He found him sitting by the furnace fan ning himself and gazing with rapture upon a lot of people in the fire There was a sign on the furnace which said Dells quent Subscribers1- pometvsaid the angel we must be going You go onsald the editor Im not coming This Is heaven enough tor mLxcbangE IBerkshire Pigs6r Safe I haveforatle three fine Bert shire pigs twp male and one female B AMU CLEMENTS Borigold III Aug 14 1805 lam HUbJeot to crampe nndbavo uacd many wnVodlfes but find F loys Colic YcatsifaydonJ NEWStEIDE 1tayear m uc =efSYtU MS due1 ithe brlginality aix4 simplicity 9Jlf OablJiaUoO utal110 the dare flflLt51dUwltbwhclf ltt auufctuytffiknown i VPCo1allurebgtrue and bflginal reeBy Az tlo5 ofPiga1snabn1actnby ipd onlY aknoivlede cit thai fwI11assiafdnlo In avoiding the worthless ImitatloD8mann turpartlcTheblgbAt1nitIng FdBKixFio STUUP Co with the medii cal profession and the satlslactlon which the genuine Syrup of Pigs hngiven to millions of families makes the name oi the Company asdaranty IsfarandtowelsweakenlugDotgripen01nauseate effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA HG SYRUP COtAlCnAXOUOO 2ZaVaYILLE Jumpedr From tIle Train Last Saturday evening at a point a few miles south off New Haven while the night tram was speeding away on its journeyj south the passengers and trainmen were aroused to the highest excitement by the act of one of their fellow passengers who aid d enly leaped through one of the windows of the flying car out into the dark ness The train came to a standstill as soon as possible when a number of passengers accompa nied by an officer of the train re turned to see what bad been the fate of the in an Before proceed ing far they found him standing in the middle of the track his face and head bruised and bleed ing but otherwise uninjured It was found that the young mans name WAS William Gibson who was returning from Illinois to visit relatives in Kentucky At the time he made tils leap he was asleep and in his dreams thought his horse attached to a buggy was running away and endeavored to save his Ufo by jumping The young man wins put off tne train at Lebanon and since has suffered little from his hazardous experience Lebanon Enterprise Chronic Diarrhoea Cured Tills Isto certify that I have bad chronic dlnri boca ever elude the war I got so weak I could hardly walk or do anything One bottloof Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Romody cured me sound and well J R Gibbs Flncaatlc Va I had chronic diarrhoea for twolvn years Three bottles of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me 1 Shaver FlncaAle Vo Both Mr GIbbs and Mr Shaver nra prominent farmers and reside near Fin castle Va They procured tho wnedy from Mr W E Casper a drugglkt of that plane who is well acquainted with tnein and will vouch for tno truth of their statements For sale by Ilaydon A Rob orIson- Ballards Snuw Liniment will cure Latno Back sore throat wonpds uprains bruises cuts old sores lAdies It will oaroyour baekache Haydon ct Robert SOil A 6RITISAL TIME During tile Battle of Santiago SICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were aU Heroes Their He role efforts In Getting Amanlllon and Rations to the Front Saved the DayP Butler of pack train No 3 writing from Kan do Cuba on July 23d says We all had diarrhoea in more or lean violent form and when wo landed we had no time to seo a doctor for It was n mao ot rush and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied wlth nrauultlon and rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy keelourat one critical time this moklcluo was an Indirect savior to our army for If the packers baj been unable to work thor would have been no way of getting sup plies to the trout There wore no roads that a wagon train could use My com rado and myself had the good fortuho to lay in supply of this medicine before wo lleft Tfempa and t know in rout oat nbsolutely saved my life Tho above lottqr was written to the wan racLulera of this medicine the Chamberlain Medicine Co DcnMoines For sale by Haydon Robertson Denntr Is Blood Deep NobeautyYith feanJbatifritgwthpuhties from the body Begin today to banith parnlel boili blotches blaekbea I gCascanetsbeautygiN tiifactionguaranteed10c 25c BOc Coughs aad Colds In Ihemsol yes are not serious maladies Time most trivia cough or cola Ifneglee led maYJlead to asthma bronchitis or consumption Thoriibttimo id treat a cough or cold la right away Delay I means danger Dr BellaHnoTur Honey is afq ulck cure a euro cure and nsafo cure I TOBACCO MARKErS c t1iwiri7afltThe be revised qhtt QqcitatIofQommltteoof IJchigeY atLo lsvllojortbla week 1897 CROP nED YJgreen of mfxed 3 60 td 5 ty 1 80undiM 6 00 to 600 Comjnon 8Qo t 90 e lug 8W l 9pj20Orum 14Jh00Pbie1ndCOLOBY BUBJ EY V r 61i greei or bed Oto 90J aheouadyo0to7oEQIdg8 i 900Gr oDoiJ1monCommon leaf i 10 Ooltoia 00 odium leaLi OOfe 15 00 t9tooFfniw AGODFARIEORSALE Within 5tmiles of Owerisborp connIIh balance rich creek bottom 75 acres in a high state of cuUi yatlon 100 acres pi woodland bruegrass grows luxuriantly Buildings A spndIdi roomy two story mansion surrounded by forest treesj three tenament houses two barns one tobacco barn holding 28 acres of tobacco one cattle barn which wjtt 50 house 15 acres of tobaccdi stable 140 x 40 with 44 box stalls cost fiiOOO never failing well inside corn cribswlth capacity of 4Q6Q bushels and two orchards tpije old a done new Pricpraeie 30 It would becheap Mr60 per acre This is 1 magntficent stock farm WiLLiAMs LITTLE 214 12 Third St Owe sb roKy I t THE MARKETS The follqwlng table represents tho prices pAid for farm products in Springfield by thedcalors thertnn is corrected up to oclock Wednesday but is subject tq variations thereafter l on prlrato adriccs from Loulsvllladodlurs Wheat per bu Oto 65 Corn per b o 35 to Oats per bu 80 to 35 2 to a M Timothy per bu as to 1 to UQHayTimotbyWj mOTel per cwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS OATTLE Report furnished bjr the Louisville Live IExtraalilpplng Light shipping 4COa475 Best butcher stetrs 4C5a4 65 Fair to nod butcher steers 8 75a4 2g Common to med butebarstcens1 8 90 Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawag I 25a3 25 Oxen good to extra- Oxancommontomodlum 3 S0a4 00 I 3 5a350 Fcedis454 65 Stockers 4 e 75 Bulls 2 B0a3 60 Veal Calves 0 75a6 00 HILClLoWSIChoice milch cows 33XXa45 FaJr to good 15 00a25 HOGS ChoIce packing and butchers 22515 to 800 lb 410 Fair to good packing Ib to200ib- 000dtoextraligbt1tlOlOlb v 4 10 at 10 Fatshoats 1301 3 60a3S- OFatshoats I00lv lb 84Cb300 PIp to 90 ibs 375a33S Bought UOO lb S 40 BHBEP AND LAMBS Good to extra sbpplng sheep 3 25a3 50 Pair to good AI a3 25 Common tmedium 2 a3 00 BuckSI a o3 60 Skips and scallawags per head SOal Extraspnlrmglawbs 60a60p Best butcher laints 425a4f5 5IPRODUCE IReport furnished by Bern oncarter Co Commission Merchants 813 Un roll Court and 110 Third Street Louis villa Ky- Eoos Steady Fresh rehandlod OaOc- BurrrnMnJjiot firm Best gnadit5 al6c eholco stock ISallc packing Italic Market steady Chickenshens 6aGc roosters 3a3o spring chickens per dot f3a4 geese full feathered per doan t3a360 plucked per dos J2ai50 turkeys alive 6c turkovs dressed Babe ducks per tier dots 8175a3JZ5 JJEASs lUcUganhand picked L20at40 now home LlOb totl4A HIDP GrQflDt salted a53c dry alt1 10120 dry flint FcnsItaccoon Kos t Vj 410a70e mljok Not to 4 20a90c skunk primo ack70a 80c short stripe COcnarroTf stripe 20a40 vi broad tripe 15q j opossum tc1n1ifa t 5a20o red ox lL2l grayioxSOaBOd MiscsiiAKBOosrSorghnm ln ljUlCI22 per gal boesiraz S4o per Ib clover seed375aa25 perbu onions 8754300 par bbl rags MaGOc ptrcwtv FEJiTncBS Prime white goose SSaMo gray mixed or old 20aSfl Oxiox SumRed bpd yelIQ450arOO white altoquallty s00a700 DaianrrszsN sundried actlre demnndUa3c Ittlsn PorWoes Home grpvtnneTf lerop 210a225T erbbl Wooc Best lOaSOc burry iSalftr tub washed 29a30o black cleat naltblAc1 burrs 14a16 flRBBK Appfaa Market Wgherjxn firqii Fancy 8ppa400 choice 250tt300 common 200s250 fly AJro G1 rf BeSt llnyJtrlcUr faacy per toit1U5flstrwrtOn40Qal 450 ear corn 84a36c sbriled earn fa hulk Sia35 feeding oats 8a83c Ttheat Ko I Pc4ctS Fo the Rext thirty Days weiII make MANY Drive ifl58Brydepartientr 3JWE OFF htfChol IndigoBiuaPriutsat8 5 ewOatingsfrimwteents 1 ZNewF ll Dress GoocmspIajL- radesR Seeour new lin t bJr r CoIIarsTiescto a1l i j 1flIit ifiridoso i j i Y1tiI h 1 Jr i t IIIfY 1 P1 159JtIR1 LIMirIy Fall ixOarbho4DepazLmeta aflrr1hauteVem bacjsg1t thea i litest tnMes Iad1 INk FsistyIi ckBpffomnrioesr 1JltDotrt fOfltetour tn 8l i rgeJ9 Yi j 1 l f M h lR beitso1 Jff f fJ fjJjJii eL MBI ITS 1 i t ls K CC jJ9Ly trS S w ISV Ie q4L iea a j1 1 ig 4O nl4jndepfakerS + 1WM tLm Sat t DoJorsrI Ie H h rv t1a 1iL 1 t 1f s Jt r 1c M 1t S 0 j f yV2t at vbLt tIu fr L tfItWe ikta sp tV1ffem k1i 9 tfvcc1011ebyM1oFentsfq ua oJi a cn r 4balming aplW 1 cveithng Uertkm t bt goods and ourstock S QMPLBIi tM tiu f ti Calls promstly J aftefided fa ta44- JJM 4 t AJ i t4fJ OUt tockof furnkurei titfineatJ6mpk nci fit i you want Catxs Mats Rubff A ftf Rockcrsjablcsj Chairs or anything the rnu iy i 2 j t lmgiveusa alLaiT J Jo F1 vy I i = 1 j I 1 IVMAIN STREET SPRINT4I KY i titW Jr t t 1 1ll ii lI HWWtA M Ntt ior wman woula win is iu ieiseeing iqy s ionur B5BBYAK11 1 i 3 1600kki1 d tJ y Road1f i 55- Jgrnates Write fdi1eutIful bt 1tc fioW 1ecthb tIi4e f91r L jt jc I d t1gb uL 0r4 l q I 1 t fl 1i FOR THEFA11MJ3B i r j tjiJi i W allkit i1s or jfim t t ments aindv Wagonsand citry 1j line of FIne h fBUggI6sJPbaetDnsIra a Z SUPJRIOR DIODJWIL Th J h wheat drill on market Onef and twor g t 1 4t V iiJhorse jizesv J + l v It iaLLr titrtf lWe buy Haldl1u mJtlftb ftJt 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babe w1i aa I Ir bstkoae4 I ais si i Monitor And yetli as4kl r ration oT tflJi8VeR ta wikh r1hei syavoid the t1MlN of 4sii dei4 rC1f k Tb xr i t Intaot be510414WSM iP ajjd IreIstUI9f JI5 n K vow wOili ff wII d 4 tpiranEblskirihpiIW4frcai4 lttilM ansI attractive UllirCIed1Ie4PI k fIior N5b5 54 ad4rss ii bS jr esikim pde kifpt I a 0 if tncttf slid ao ass aiMfMi hit N- IstI r 1 1 V ww UJ I iM4OPEN LETTERh To MOTHERS1 WE ARE AKM W THU COURTS OUR MCHT TO ij V THE EXCLUSIY 9K C TUB WORD CASrr UXVAllD I I PITCHERS IMifOWA k AS DUIl TADC itARK Ij PR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis MaHaokii J I Mlllr1attc OtAfJft 1 CATOtL the arnathit I L 1t i4 lJfid d stjejccimllq fNluroj t dJ tho criIWOATOIA iItHJ i lJi fcui t of fo MsMir tf Aimrfo for otrtr thirty wrappcrn ti 00X CAREFULLY 4t iti wraprn and 99e tMiNI1wiJzilYw Jm1 kQl llf gsrtiwt fp Jt Ji fjllHdfiiiHfiN Vgs mfIUl xCpt Ctiiatirt OomlHAy ef which Cha H ffitch Is Pruldaht riMafQt 4il8ioI 44444L JDjMN Jt jy mllv TSU K 1 iyf 1 r IUI DJ t JujtiCeGumrlere Says It Is Qn1yioItarin NewJers4yLrAWHESAYS1j ki fl st OCanpot Recovci = aiigeS for Sentimentt Is othe n Pa Clitl an psii HlHHar TaJ i 91 t It iinsu s- st fsWa Vertttet Sir 81 l s Wii- j ft 3 fjciJrtfe ItalJvrar WkIia XU Mla r tLd Jj OP ei 1M HIMe S1 jJ tT J ttcaquuucrttNewJ tnlJcnj court that ach1ldls b ortb calyUolUiMr rta That is to Bay Qft eminent jMlkt kollis la case bfa1A1iage syit bNwxht for the loss ot a cMt frqni any WMC wlutUver Uie aafyJuMVerdictr wetd be one for nor Itmal 1uof 1L W1 tkia Jedg jBfeit jiajr bivte aJIJnpckft ju d s Ut4l nAt rtl yet nlt eGaeSrtsthelaw of rBWI ke peotle i ll lora a d vfaw which toe Judge musf 1rprbtjuat1rJ JMtice Qavaiera rolainslho pOIM H take ia a aim pIe3at thteeaLlW AtliIl Jijersa is of is valM at kat of ao Tilcl that caa bi ewtrcd ty oBey k to jarpata1 ftatM eoatrary it ia a so Core pt tMBia aa rate vita tbcfijin4al poKaC tpareatL So that in the JoM tackfWUopuehtS bariiotoabr on injfared Itoanclally tcvcnThetAwcannotI re4uo that ttfce thUd Win in thefa tut hScom financially valuable to ita I JUno nJfKK carentt The law r Wiw speMa tjpa or damagea tW aUL tLuf tcnUaL Tkvt La Uae o tie Josa of a aoajirodftda kild A cere nominal vartlctaffl fcmM af cjijhat Justice Gummere would up- JSoid He illustraua the point with i ISI fn10 would If ig rqalr a corn 1 jeasatton equal to tie price which the Kixte wpuld bring la the parkejL On trct1Icr hand a horse 25 years old vE e kliynucii of ita value aod Its q CTsnrwpul8 notaecaredaaagea above 011I1I1SnI TjniteVcr to the ease JuiUce- Otinnncre haa few catldreQ bpya and- o tlrls and yet ke idea not value theM wothmoreta1n13lJixi r s with rTT1 ezud dark beard He a acccunted onai of the la st Jtutets in i r ey JivJ L4tup471r Ore 5Iitjeis V fCldJ1Ctl Gt1fGtOeeo ton5of Iron re in tle Lake Superior region 4 this year Is now aaiani Ja fact the Wfte Agile Sl llfeSJ I von fIt I gPAYERS 4UE etfJQB It fis the Me Jerfalm M infallible cur for etindisanc ithas e1 triea ay cotmtrles ai1c1undeili oUtio nd i i benk1tofa11 A Idyeter VWl1t Ju 4 kteblC siy ay e t rm iiiJN grs 810 witfkAJfCa AzuO rt hc4c Tayea fore the war JI was ia k Somd trof1I8 weroelpgodfn f 1 JtaU IKeW1Ur rtti gil Wealatevery r J yitheut gatUif av iolp tul at fa Iseat to fjj ity recabotUeof Ayeri4tgui l VlGM4MoesfTJieo fol1i + jjli tJ1 oSis aid tIIf lie wcrsd- sk rt0jj r J7aJ Yar 4Uisei1sMseth Iq sajWuioa s eiLa1iMusJMsSi t J I a JitUa fat J LiAF5 Spe cure v I Ic on 8vorf4 wrap asel tDiaUit ltC es 40othat ft total output of ISfiOOOOO tons would not be surprising The Maoc elation of Cleveland Ore Jlel Agents tas ieceivod from all shipping docks reporta JfthBorc output io JTuiy X The aggregate la 4612198 gross tons ILIuttj3l6i29 gross ions ba July J Tfiar ago r j gain pf J46 i88 t 4tAdd this gain of 1500000 tons in round avbeia to the outbuttt 1 8fl hiob was prnctJfcally 125OOOOOtos abd wju iye U OOOO on848 the bilt ut of the jMrese t yean cv nTwlthbut further pIns in the remainlBB taonlhs oftnavigation season Escanaba ladl etoie Marquette sad Two Harbors bare alt shared In this Jncrease of aa1nientiibu taptlncTpaf gainIs rat 4an4 hfethhJpmeilts on July rpexcessatuJ jdToTeasels a light grain trade on Lake fHptrl r and per dnft in the rivers contrJbutodtotJaI oj1lSdjMt factor waa the early opening of tonejeata3it PMr t e MnajmlfleO Edwin P Kellyf who dod othia real d14leftaaornewhatpeflir llittueetha lire remainavto Dr Thomas Hj AndrewB the chief police surgeoa of havingtlJIBqmmlled T rfIty of Pennsylvania as a donatio to science Mr Kellys estate is val eeatbput3OOOOthabuikof which 1ftli iu nJece and nephews THis wife diad abbota year igbv Love ZBoies the young man on 1he rear ael tol Ibp tandem make the trheete go rontd novNDllfE QRLD t lTAlN UbCU INA THIRTY tOOT Ii DQU- LIr p iflhuE Vxt Aprfli9OOa- M tiaeJ iwt T- tt 4 8raJpI sQw5 el Cestuy- 7k txtbXy 4ss1iIL Jlrtafthe tjirs aaA Stripes the fcmr OHptaia JoaauaRrocuaa thirty IttiKtgier riffgei craft arriHd in H1cW1QcTber ciiy one July morn fJL ftsiafUi a trip artind te- lVorlltl Sbe vast cfivonCeen daygfrocv totifBa ccest iadieX and Intended to Jaaka Wbw Torkiathe lreUhome port1 btof B ro lfiland she dtcountered a k ader storm WhW1 drced her into wpbrt w Captain Slpcum lone in his boatfi s1ici8ffa te iftwefvHori boat vthirty feet qtialltleakhehnaCaptain Slccaia says his trip haa no tq1lal4latoQrI tbeSPZa1touehedthea Horta and Fayai reaching Gib raltar In twentynlno days from Capo Sable rke Atlantic was tfeon reciosa fdta BrazH thwuce ia the Pacific touching the principalf potts on the pta1n8ioclth whorohasoe Samoa Meltohrne New South thencothrougbtha waa fbs Jjic urBe jthonce ttf Rodrlr fuea Marttnique cud NatallWlCi tape Town South AirI- niCtmffhocap of Goo Hopo traa pasSedfn a bfow thaL nearly tore tho Bpray to pieces Captain Slocum was enlfta1Ji d by tho Cape Town Rafljoad Company In Pretoria whlle the guest of President Kruger Cap lalnJBiocam Ilearned of tho blowing up of the Maine The Spray left Cape Town March J6 JUt gclnff tp St Helen J and Ae Ceealon Ho rccched Grenada on June- S last Off the coast ot 3rnzitear the mouth of the Amazon Captain SIocunTaightcd the Otegon going north with a rush trtothrotigh priocvt atnighjantfeickp during tho tlayf thaV ayodedHeCaptala iocpm hailed from Qioo ceBfer Masa and Ijaa aalfed foatiof r oatoDnacfIN Yorkr4 quatrofa coilturiHe estimates that he bos navigated 46006 milea of seas in tho rocker keeVWboa thVtlberdalBwlth bIwtfeandtwosoIs Captain Slocum a lew years ago rounded the horn LoDe pIca nneIon rre pal ted 4notthern red and sottie of them blue In shades ZbrlShtnCssbidlvJdulI thefreshnand1OposzrjO which they have bOOn subjected since painting There la nothing very rcmatkabio about aS1n- tIe oil barrel put what with thelau fereat colors and aades a great num ber of oil barrels together may fqrai aa object of decided aUractioR INcb for instance waa a llgliterjadf 1IJlUyerr1twThe great mass of barrels taouiands of tkea piie4 f n9ttldUyirswaa J1leog at the basetke sides sloping ward as theTrigi eet ira ridge i rannjhg leagth rtMpf the 1lghlerr high- above ita deck and halfway up the tall iftwut that rcjsa ftb07e its centrfi rh 4 ends or this great ocucrue p io ApI back nt the arne angle aa the ides aftd at each end shorter mast ap peared through this pile Theeetwo sborteY masts wee of equal length and they stood at eaual distances from the4ail mast at the middle so that this freat squareended rIOfnotIng whatever graceoiln its proportions uras yet with Ita load and its Mttiags Ipi bbj ct ofJed symmetry And aeea thuswlth three lear white masts rUIng above the pyramidal JI1ouacr red aaA tluer whose different colors and varjpua ahades formed a greatmossiC aofteaed by the distance theVligbter load of oil barreTs in tow of atng became very easily oot them dat plctreaque of the many ipt- eeilUthIhgsto t=Jbe eeen J1a busy waterway X Sivr Art metal fttana r A tSLOtch rm is mahufacturfng an artificial toneWialcbls aaid toatand 11111prJisa pimple one and the ingredients of riia enclefly TlEie and iandnrenpyixpensiye comacdltles eo ihat it tejleved that the arflficlai product will be able to cbnipetp WIth Ihe zeal Tba Umetaxdand having been hor- ughly iflcbrpbrattdi arov passed into tobldlngi boxe3 iwhlchi njay the bfany convenient alta or jihape andthesqart placed within io converter Water at hlgnitressiire and xhaylng a ihigUtenv pofature is then pnlped Into tho coa verter to cause tie necessary chemical iu1dt4emto a temlperalupre ol about degrees itetieat41itcamsurplus waterta runoff hut keatf Is contlnuea In orderto remove mpisr une fzontheznodtng boxes for an- therjlo nineteen hours The Voxea arc t then removed from the converter and cUcaiJlinogressfrOflit productstate and marblel will presently be sucessfuily ImltfltcJ rlOP Rffl8E8PANISBCOL- N4eutHobsoiIans Adopted For Rescuing tthe Pride of Cerveras Fleet AIR THEGHIEFI FACTOR ftPumps Both for Air sncr Water Will Also Bear a Prominent Part in the Work JPontoonii Will De cJaDd Then the XVatar PL2Upd Out of Tlietu When Jllielr Cbaloa An nail Under tbe Wmr lhi Culon Own Ircbainbcr MajrII of Great effect In Accomplishing tho Task SIAs to the plan for raising the Colon Lieutenant Hobson sId Wo will run the pontoons alongside of the Colon submerge them and af Her chains under the bottom of the vehlp have been fastened ta the pon toona and tightened the pontoons will Jbe pumped outs At the same time wo will use air pumps in trying to force the water out of her air chambers ant watertight compartments If many beiufrom the outside and inside will be sufficient to raise ilia Colon ecTcral feettIt they ore not snnlcient then air bags will be put in her hold and inflated by compressed alt Every time the ship ds raised a few feet from the bot shoreswill be high enough put of the water toaiake all the necessary repairs It it thought that her hulj Is not In a leaky condition but Ant It was lh opening of the sea valvoo by the SpantI lards which sahfc the ship Alter saw that Jt was Impossible to get away1 If that is found to be the case tho dr11dOCkoverhaulingSAs to when it can be finished depend largely oif the smoothness sLthe water Pontoona cannot bo in rough water Fortunately lot us the weather has been propitious th far and it is out hope that it will conI Untie Until the ColOn is hlgbaud sate on the beach j Inoreaic Ini the Pullman Gatnte The appreciation in the value of Pullman Palace Car stock so marked ibusluessij bearing on the Pullman estate and its settlement In thevnlno months have elapsed aIncothe d thor thatI Pullman shares have advanced in value trom to 210 Mr Pullman left to his heirs 4b060 shares of this stock At 160fhs stoclc would be worthy 6400000 and at 210 ii would havead vanced to 84g6660 This iJtJlias dong and the amount of appreciationl in vaI1lfrl2JOOOQ i1h1 Eullinan hav lihgc bs nToacceiit her dower tIghts receives onerJihlrd of thias well as of thc bMr property inthp estate I His Been thjitfe Iincrease lin her sharer of thifon Hem Is 166666666 N Eeockrrntt Will0151c i The wiir of Enochpratt lie phlj anthrbplst bequeathing 1000000 to the Sheppard asylum in Baltlmpre which waa contested by the heirs In Massachusetts and other parts of the country was upheld in a decision bya TiiAiro Bbarp IB the circuit court SyrnpalbQlIcl JiUb atl i1Inghusbexpeothtmordeal Gobrgs Iaytony Esq a promi vesthefoEoug havaefou li coeOnemcntt1lcordClIraInboWeahcwqutdJu1xtotheraPrieudfji18clentifica11y1p bin rallefin the various ailments pre spropereUtiotytovolved in thc final ordeal drugglstsdollar fi byITHE IEGUUTM co AUutt Si f ADncr Mcturiie trreriner or dentMckinley and the other counsel representing all the suitors for the residue of the estate gave notice of peal It la said there are nearly 2000000 involved In the ontlro estate and that the contest will if necessary be carried to the United States supreme carried a Million Cottdp flail The rooming of May 4 1898 there was delivered at tho New Orleans oct ton exchange a magnificent bale of cottpn marked April 30 tJ898 t ton the trademark of the great IllInoIs Central railroad and underneath the name of the consignee H Q Hester No 100000L The bale was done up la snow bhe cotton duck bagging with brass hoops and ties and decorated with Innumora bio American flags Accompanying the bale was an elaborately written way hiU showing that the bale came from Cotton Warehouse No 10 to cot ton exchange dated April 30 weight 500 pounds way bill scried A No 1000001 Car L C No 1897 trans ferred into I C car 1898 at New Or leans condition good freight D H consignor Stuyvesant Fish consignee H 0 Hester Train No 51 time 6 a InThe way bill was Inclosed In a handsome frame und was placed on top of tho bale which was deposited on the floor of the exchange- At 10 oclock Hunter C Leako the general agent of the Illinois Central iiprtt cied at the cotton excbane J aaa1uThn t4uRl r floor where the magnlflcoot halo of cotton had been placed lie Bald that to commemorate nod celebrate the re ceipt and delivery by the Illinois Genv ttal adoU1e 10QOOO ttaJ of thIs years crop and mrnrrniTOt at the port of New Orleans heon behalf bt Mr Stuyvesant JFiah president of ihe Illinois Central Tallroad resented to Colonel Hester the bale of cotton This enormous handling ot cottqn did not by any means mean thd full extent of the ibusiness which the road had done For the eight months ending April 30 thotrailrond had brought Into the port of New Orleans 13 bales cpt ton which Jrequlred 24994 cars to car ry titj or 83 trains bC thirty cars each I This number of cars would make a I eeild train ot loaded cars 184 nllle long and the cotton brought in UL pbc d cotf bread In a line njongsldfl the Illinois CentitrackaonTdabfr- om New Orleans beyond Chicago 3and almost uj to thci baIiksot Lake Boperior Bin 1g the same tlme the road had brought IntorNew Qrieans In cotton E02d products 219110059 jrt pounds of grain 11 10615014 poucds 1 foreattodicth 211629441 pounds and mlBccllaneoua frialghto 76732739 pounds r Wetbo snja 6oi iu reWhen th Sultan of Turkey attends Itho Friday midday prayer at the mos Quo In Constantinople thga1onort30000 men are stationed aI nKiho route so thatlie shall be safely guardI WSIInajtbscdguard Hemaljca these weekly jour neys In faof his life and he insists upon ever precaution being taken th8Ito see him Is to get the ear of the byjudIciouson to admit 79U to the etrangora box of the mosque where priests and poli tlclana soldiers sailors and clvHlans Jostle one another in their desire to obialn a glimpse of A dulHamid at prayer hung Irrllulloul- ai tho forerunner to consumption Dr Bells Pluo Tnr lion by will ehro Itand give such Btrcuptl to the InnSs tint ta cough or a coldwlll not settle there at all good drugslBll t GolegDuwu 1111- 1Pcodo suffonlug froii lCItl fey DIseases feell n gradual but HtelulyliIasut strength aud vitnj lty5 They uhould lore no time in tryIng FOOV Kidney Cum n Guaranteed Preparation Hayden X Robertson CASTORIAPOlI The Klgt You Have Always BQght Bears the- Signaturo of Cronpawhoopingconghuud cols arc qnfckly allayed and dchger ayerted by t DR IELI PITtETAR HONEY tateaulimeiltakcstohome should have it ready for the timebf need ItiSan lnfi11 lible remedy ifbr all bronchial and Jung offcctions peerI ILeTICBKh cI 25 Vearw I suffered for25 yenra wllba cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctbrs and for rncdUlnito no avail uhtil I used nrJJoliB Pine Tar HonoyThls reiiieily makes weak lungs strong It baa savel my JHoJJJ Rossoll amuhibuixlil JSilncnte Your Dowel TVHh Cacartcandy fatianlrr cure constlpfttlon forprer lCc25c liaacf nil drucBlMnrefnna money Auk TToar DRUGGIST4 Fora generous 10 ENT TRIlL MZE BatoI9t1UltJrelief nt once ilcenetitheAlUr lnflsnunaUon CATARRH CQJ1D HDHails and protects the racnbnuie Jimlor the TrialIieELY BKOlnuita Warren atiMt 2tavT k Skin DIseases For the speedy and pcrmiment cure of ChainberIalns is itchIngandItscure It also cnrcs itch tarbora itch scnld headysore hippies iitching pilea iJgranula1cdlIQJi forhOnpurHitandvennlfue Haydon TtobertsOu llruggls3 T = AYER S r Sarsaparilla is the h BEST SARSAPARILLA Best Is an easy boast But theres no best without a test You expect something a of best something extra in bread from best flour j something extra iin wear from best cloth something extra in cures from bqst medicines Its that something extra in Ayers Sarsar parilla that makes Ayers the best That something extra is qualify Remember its quality Wat cures not quantity Geo Sraith qf the Jf4t Peoples Drug Store Seymour Conn says r I have sold your goods for twentyfive yrs and when a customer asks me for SS f The Best Preparation L for ificC4 BlOOdsa- y otctt t t ti iIII If you will take my opinion use Ayers SarsapariUaIwillgiiar t antee that yuwill receive more benefit by usingon or twobottlcs oil Ayers thari ybii yould by using half dozen bottles of some other l ind When they take1 ii I never hear any complaint ilq Ayers Sarpaparilla cures all diseases thatliAve their origin jri impure blood sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples eczema teftcri scrofulal etcfg t It curescheaplyif itturej quicklyanditcur s to stay Thatkyitii ffQor After tYemlcxperiebcc a droggbtL consJderAy rs Sarsaparjlla superiOr ii 4 1 1 i 4 5any similar preparation on the markelnnd I give Jt theprefenincc dveraICQuers AC WOODWARD 1YprcesfrM ourI suitiOI1 its regards Sisapi1lTaAyer 1 the standard Wehavoncva ihe1ri1itlIokeJ olin otherthanthe veryhighnet terms 17 WU TERRILL O Pharmacists 9 StAte Street Monipetior vt uSconsider Aycris SuuparUl thebbloopun1fier on a J DrGRISE CO West Gardner Mass i 41etJDunttsfifte tyeart of experience ith AJ Susapari11a I have yettolearApf a alngie case hereln itiailwLto cure if used according J Fj 0 recllonsttW s t rr Mo 1v t I n t r bdlleve AyetraSLJSa4arlU contafns more medicinal Jthan any oterlrdIecompound JAMES DcANZ Dispensing C1cmlst Klngsvillej Out N hIa 1 c NEW LIVERY Fa 0 f WRARTON a TAPP 1t 4f j4No r r J I 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