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PRICE WE PAY Freedom evetwasdenrybougbt- Bygod ft and silver and lives pfmen In travail of soul her gifts are Bought In perllona marches by moor and lenta By the desolate reaches of lonely years By the slow salt droppings of widows tears Everfor freedom the price Is great And paid mtu t be the utmost coin Who eervea at her altars servestho- tstatet With beat of heart and ache foloc Nay and all needs to inakemBnVfree Are men bondslaves forllbertyn Yet who would his dearestbackV And who would count his loss but 1Whenwardirack hl3teriichain o light earths darkness to light earths gloom To make earths desertplaces bloom In cold and nakedness and thirstVIn heat and fever and wounds and dWe1ldFor freedom is heaven freedomlife Whatever the price that price well pay And God bp thanked for the dawn of 5day o4argaretLITTLE TctyNSpringfie1d BIG s been dubbed a big1itt1- eosvnbyvisitors and traveling men who have occasion to keep p with the business progress his title is well deserve no i doubt for there is perhaps a biggeri business done here iiO proportipn to the number ol in habitants than perhaps in ant own in the state The town has alarge and prosperous farml ing section dependent upon it o supplies just as the town de pends upon the farming section or its trade and support An other reason why the townshows up so1 small in point of popula tion is that the town Jimits are small anddo not take in some ithlckly settled Districts which TOii teryproperly beincluded Ili ibh ought tTiat the censusi i which is about to be taken will show a population of more than the necessary thousand but in case it does not then the sug igestiph has been made that the town limits be extended so as to- ncludea hundred or two morE people which can easily be done j VTEy QiiASS An effort is to be JY Tnade toget Springfield into the liti olcities f the fifth class- whiqhwill make quite material change in the government of the town and will put it on a differ ent basis in many respects As it now stands Springfield is inj the sixth class or the classified tion given to incorporated towns pf less than one thousand in habitants It only requires a IIPoprilatOnofatbousal1d to put and it is thought that the next assessment whicht will be begun in a short time will show a census off more than a thousand people The largest census ever taken showed a population of 960 and itis estimated that the town has growi appreciably since then One of the advantages of being among the cities of the fifth class or hotter is that the gov ernment of the town assumes a mJacU better and more definite pC4 cIty Of the ilftb clan- 33V s elect a board of council a mayor A city clerk a pfyJ attpr ney an assessor a tax ppj pjtor and other operf wfipjse duties are apepjflc P fl actions ot this couw4J JQ piniqordinances and je are also bette regqfttB4jHJ the government of tlje ipwjPi JJ3 conducted on more specific ItnejB 4Vfl04US B TI UP U S The item jj which appears belowls takpn from the JeffersonvillB column of the ouisyiUe times Tba kRev F O Bumpus 1S t IOI a 78 iB his r n ii ilhbi wI- rp1I1t U a1mF w t trp br t Oharestowii kn4 ipJ f r vlvl iirrs c110gQ E4QWv L W Marks Q this i y l rq tb t aU WQ bogus 1154 hel warned th0 people Bump s teftHis wife who is 4dto befroni Sprmgfield Ky ia liunUmK the wilyBumpus She j1yrjv Ee 4 cetvecl and deserted fcv T tf IJoy Mr Marks has Wllifl agains p irn C pus He says he has been ex cluded from the Baptist Church and that his license has been revoked for good xeasons We have made diligent inquiry and have failed to find or near of any such preacher of the do scription of the above mentioned t Bumpus having ever lived in Springfieldi It is evidently one i morO of those cases wherein hIs town has been given the credit or rather discredit of pro ducing something to which we over laid the slightest claim FNCEKTAIN The Ken VERY tobacco raiser bewails isV lot when a drouth or too much rain threatens his tobacco prpspects But compared wijih the Northern tobacco raiser he has any easy time of it We an after our tobacco has been planted and gotten agOQdstart- epend on a fair crop but our Northern brother is never sure Of a crop untill it is housed The Springfield Mass Homestead commenting on the uncertainty f a crop in that state says To wring front Massachusetts soil the ready nioney which none of despise is n0ttrifling matter A man decides to plant a few acres or many of his Connecticutc valley meadow land in tobacco in the hope of having by and by some cash which he can call his Wn The little plants are core fully nurtured set in the fieldt weeded and hoed andIIttopped and wormedthrough weary hours tinder a blazing sun The younger members of the family share in the hot work sharing as they do the hopes for future comforts and conveniences Along comes an August storm of wind and black clouds light ning and hail and in half an hour the fruits of months toil and perspiration are swept away Nobody wonders that the individual acreage of tobacco planted is small The crop is terribly precariousI SPORT There promises GOOD be good sport for the sportsman in this vicinity during t the coming shooting season if all the reports about the great number of quail to be found are to be believed Birds are more plentiful than theyI have been known to be for sEw rerai years throughout the county and in some places farmers are tactually complaining about them being destructive to crops The present game law which restricts the killing of quail to a short season is thought to be responsible for the rapid in crease in the number of birds to be found within the past two yearsVBallanl Horohound Syrup Is not a mixture of stomach destroying drugs but If n scientifically prepared remedy that cures coughs and colds and aU throat and lung troubles Its action In quick prompt and poeltiuo 25c t Soc iluydon it Robertson NoToU o for Fifty Cent Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak men strong blood pure 60CM All dnifcist Snap Shuts With a Graphopbbne The ferapbopbone is to the ear what the photographic camera is to the eye and more for the Graphopbone catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter entipgtaei of n Graphophone is Q rajjKe yepqrds of your friends TPhi9jj p preserved for future y Yoq pn cMcJ jbe rfof JQIttojd JJ JQV ap Jpt Jh PItU pa bv J r4qQ4prA ll- tJ9 7 LtI 94M often Tn- upes iMJ UU rJpJJq phone ttPTJ Deflul PP T t inment in the W Y9f reproducing the pf bandsmuo or chestras pr Vocal Pr Instr- umetl WJqlfsJH p pvfitiflent IU JtnqfiQ qpqlf peurcV Uh U R qtt poe gr qQ It I t oyfqt at4ugt- L1il WrHt tor 9 tlogue lgl to n1 CoiunbI Piiouo- grVlqCIQpa9Y Nt 919 Pepu- syJmnI M43 Washtugton DC WANTEnSovoraf TrustWorthy Per sons in thIs suto to tnnnuKo our boslnem in tbekoln and nearby coun- tIes JHs inniuly office work conducted athomd Salary straight WpQ a year end oxpotiscs Dellnitp bona duo no more- no less salary Monthlyt iSO BpfqropeCH Enclose eplfRfldreeRCU sta Tipcinenvel one erborI 11 Cttlc n1IcVt iI Ohlaigo AH Eulerprlsliic DruggIst There are few man morO C- terprisinEr and wideawake than Eravdon Robprtspn who spare- paths to secure the best of everything in their line for their many customers They now have tbe valuable agency for IJr Kings New Discovery for cop sumption cougLs and colds This is the wonderful remedy that is producing such a furor all over the country by its many startling cures It absolutely cures Asth ma bronchitis hoarseness and all affections the throatchest iind lungs Gall at the above drugstore and get a trial bottlo Htfe ora regular size 50c ang 100 Guaranteed to cure or price re funded A Ilourehuld Necessity No family should bo without Foloya Colic Cure for nil bowel complaints Haydon it Robertson tui1tuIuti1t WITH OUR = fARMERS INoUces stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted In this col umn Teas or enAna Farmars are re quested to send in stock or crop items foi publication I have for sale two good Shorthorn bulls one two years old other sixI months J A TUCKER Bookers Ky t t I have some good Light Bramah for sale SMite KATE GREEN Texas Ky tit tII have for sale a fine registered Shorthorn bun Also one thorough red calf JOHN R BARBER t t I Mule colts at 820 to 840 feeding ctItie at 4 cents stock ewes at 3 cents wheat at 60 cents and corn in the field at a barrel are some of the sales re ported In the Harrodaburg Democrat titThe three states of MinnesotaNorth Dakota and South Dakota will pro duce 200000000 bushels of wheat this year Never were such harvest seen before anti 1898 will probably stand as a record breaker for a long time I t I A total of 120 horsea were exported from Chicago last week by Lurfour Co to Antwerp Belgium Their con signment included a large number ot IG hand blgkstepplug drivers purchased there at from 3I6G to250 I 77- All Kentucky railroads will sell round trlp tickets for gee fare during Kentuckya Great Trots at Lexington October to 15 This In the greatest rate meeting in the country 75000 AllIof forty performers will give daily concerts and all tho beauty brain and brawn of the Bluegrass will be on hand t t t Monte Fox the well known cattle buyer of Boylo county bought a good lot of cattle from Washington county farmers last week as follows 10 head averaging about 1400 pounds of J B Peter at 425 20 head weighing about 1000 pounds of J T Harmon at 4l cents and tG head from Patterson Showmaker at 4 cents They were taken to Boylo county to be fed for export How to Look Good Good looks are really more than skin deep depending entirely on a healthy condition of alt the vital organs If tbe liver is inactive you havea bilious look if your stomach is disordered you have a dyspeptic IdoV C1f your kidneys are affected yon have a pinched look Secure good health an you will surely have good looks Electric BIt- ters is a goodalterative and ton ic Acts diretly on the stomacb liver and kidneys purifies the blood cures pimples blotches and boils and gives a good com ple ion Every bottle guaranteed Sold at Haydon Robertsons DrugBorc5uI 1 S 0 JlfD fJ P tho tltjp Pf a very Jnjjufltjng JJpaflet Jut t Itfnedbjf tw cjc goijj95raukw and Pf P41 t1WBy JpI9f th hh e or alpjijr Its lines wilt bo found pt iatereiji p the protis4I i uglswjLB Yeti site the ajnatour A copy yJIIl jo JMat to a tf01opt stapjp recptoffor j5p 1J JfDlAi I qen1PssApJq4c t tet W l1 eu t11 b tcnIt it ganatI Ml1C1j itotkes l8in1i- w yeaX1SkfnOfntmentYnny have been permanently cure by JtItI- s equally emdent for itching piles andJ a favorite remedy for sore nIPples chapped hands ciflJil41lnsfrost bite and chronio eyes 25 eta per box relicondition purifier am I vermifuge They are not dbGrmedicine and the estln use to put a horso in prlrob coaditioq Rico 2J cenW per ak e It Is Jliuule Dover l The Deyers girl now living in Bardstown and about whom so tl much has been written severalVh parties claiming bhe Is Alma DEver the young girl who nar rowly escaped death at the hands of a mob iq Marion county three years ago and jis supposed to have afterward died in a Lou isville hospital has made the following statement in sub iin stance to Mr James Moorewith to whom she is living Minnie Dever is her name she states and she has a sister named Cflzzie Alma Dever who is now Itying at Mr West Lees in Larue county near Hodgenvillfi on the Elizabeth town road This sister she says she saw last December aid received alletter from her June past Her mother died in March 10 1897 and is buried in the Pleasant Grove churchyard near Howardstown Nelson county Her father Jsalso dead and his remains are buried at Hardins Creek near Ravwlck Marion county His name was John Dever and be was murdered She states that she bad not seen him for several years previous to his death atdtl although her mother frequently spoke of him she never told of tie circumstances attending his death nor any thing of the dreadful tragedy which occurred in Marion county Nelson Record InIgoods wjll not fade either by sunlight or washing Sold oy Waters tBrowne Those Cigarette Soldiers There is no question that many of those who distinguished them selves before Santiago who made the fierce charge who bore the terrible marches and swelt ered in the rainsoaked trenches without complaint were actually and in point of fact what are Commonly called dudes They rer6 of the Igenuine unoiistak Idressersidle dawdlers men in whom OPtpoFtunity nor necessity had ever developed the spirit of manhood that stirred sluggishly in the hidden elements of their natures But the call to arms enabled the dudes to gloriously prove that the spirit of stalwart Amerlcfln ism can not be smothered in good clothes nor throttled 101 insipidi lives but is a common heritage of our citizenship of t every type Harrodsburg Dem ocrat BucUIcnk Arnica MulTC The best salve in the world forll cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and alltskin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 5c per boicFor sale by Baydon Robertsoq That Treasury Balance The unprecedented cash bal anco in the Treasury which is nearly 310000000 is caused by the shortness of the war the ample provision of the 8 per cent loan and the war revenue law It has been Secretary Gages intention to issue out one hundred millions of bonds andI If this had been done it would have been just about adequate t TreasIIuryof too hUDtt Iatace something over dred millions at the present time If the war revenue law remains in force a year it is expected to 1yieldi forty millions The proceeds Oll the new revenue law anti the of the Did internal taxes have not yet been separated but It is apE parent tbVpvprha1fo the total jntejqall jpygpue recelptaJtel lrpJl1 the fiuifjawv Itis expcclctttftaV 4the proceeds of l jaw jtqrlVjnonth wliLpay th- eepQPPa Irarrison duty In the FQIUMjiff Porto Bico tW dhi OtShelbySantIneII t n ibre Is a plague of icraw hoppers ia Graves counter from which farmers ara suJ erfnKilc heavy loss to all kinds of grow log crops Million1o1nseclsI infest the jiheibrops Cornfiel1ic b6 translormed Into unsightly stalksl standnkbaro pa thehil18 lthfonly the earspf corn JQpon ttIsteveyl Y tia qct 4er being eaten off by the grass J hoppers KotiSas was never y is ted with moro insects than now in the fields around Mayfi rd arid every fencers literally coy ered with them In driving along the country roads the view of the road is often ob cured by the flying of the grass hoppers across from one field to j another They seem ttt travel swarms and go from one field onother as fast as they com plete their task of eat ng the i crop Clover and pea tfelds are full ot them as they can stick and no seed can bo saved this fall from them Thousands of a dollars worth of produce has h been ruined No wheat canbedl sown early this fall till they sc have gone as they would eat the young shoots as soon as they should show above the ground and wheat will not take a secondVini growth Columbia Spectator k It hits The spot Wden snOozing from a eoverccold Bud your throat and lungs I clKr mice a dote of Foleya buoy and Tar tvhon the soreness velll bo at once relieved a warm grateful fooling dhenllrig ofl tho parts affected will bo ex erionQcd and you will say Itfeels good it hits m pott It is guarnteed Uaydon t 01RobertsonHILLSBORO cal From Our Regular Correspondent The series of meetings con ducted by Rev Mount joy of tJ1Jst plaCE closed last Sunday night with no additiOnsV ft Mrs Annie Godby of Perry ville is visiting her fatherJ IV l LeacbmantMiss Susie Mountjoy has ren turned home Mrs Mollie Settle visited her mother Mrs Perriell at Mack ville last week John Leachman and Walter Brawl Y were in Springfield last Saturday Mrs bailie Reed and children were visiting the family ol Uriah last Saturday I Mss Mattie FrtzgeraldMsrwith kerstay Miss Sallie Fitzgerald is visit Ing the family of Judge Jack Vir Thompson at Indianapolis Ind f stFairwblle i i Miss Lizzie Bakerhas returned home from Bardstown where ja she has been visiting for the past lj three weeks She was accona ii panied home by her cousin Mrs Ewell j Mrs Bettie Hord met with a t very serious accident one day t last week In going down a hiliE near Judge Litseys her horse t began running with ber SheIhQ tried to pull the horse against i a rock fence to stop him and the i wheel of her buggy strdck the t fence with such force as to throw j her out against the fence BDdc her dress having caught in the o wheel she was dragged some distance and was terribly cut about the head and face and badly bruised generally Mrs t Hord was taken to Judge LUseys t where she Is being kindly taken of A VIiu1uoBStoryV Some one has said that trainedi nurses grow hardened to their work but the sudden gush of tears which now and then blindE- da nurse in the hospital wards at Montauk would prove tha- con trarvthese nurses ajre th4 nig jt ex t CperIetcestbe strain of silence and darkness ia overtheinSaidOne8ofteyed n gbtD ursefO 11Ifyou could have seeD my first patient He was i lovely boyof ninetenh irom somewhere put on the Mexican border In the four days in he wras under my charge I grew dvirysywould l get well a violent change came and In spite of every care he died My kittfalledme cbttteteltt Wit ttieia W a l i i for wsknas Too WN ware- iDI l wils pmt la auotbu anT temporarilyadtobk eeilI charge ol one very ulifpa tient He lay stolidly starlatJ me without apartide ofiexpressr ion In his eyes and by his Ipfcthy rattier than by teall opppsitiob refund lIxiirtshmeqtaudl leed tiai ItoudiDiindUciB him to i peak tfir anti tt Ciok it J minutes Q 4OiU to f de in I crJB bW iJ1w I rtfI JIMIa I k Ibl7flrj 0 liz 1 4L 1tiIJ 1 9 rtIr J Ik VVS him to swallow a teaspoonlul or beef tea Finally he did sor I hdweverf an df after another five minutes ho consented tdiakb another and then another the igcolli expression presently1 changfnginto one of intelligence If you could have seen the change Why he laughed arid joued and madOVSuch grimaces that my orderly and I were COD 4 vulsed with laughter and even lghboriOJtlaugh His nonsense was abso lutelycoPtagJusi j so much so that at last L was oollged to slipway into the dlspensa to give im an opportunity to sober s pi and incidcin tally to prepare omemalted milk When Ire t turnedi fiye minutes later his ex pression WaSSLIIIVa laughing one audtho orderly ul though attend g another patient gave me a nowIng smile as I leaned overT IIn the weak m ns ctBJtthiStl time he did not speak He was c dead with the smile Sti 1D blSc lips anti strange half mlscbie j i vons wink lingering about his eyes Colliers WeeklyS Tflero is moro cntnrrh m this section f tho oountry than nil other dJHcasPs putttogether and until tbOlsBtfow years wrw supposed to be Incurable for n great many vents doctors pronounced Itala t dlscuw nnd proscribed local remedies arid by rormUlntlv f IHnB tu CUVv1tlI local treatment pronounced It incurable Sclcnco las proven catarrhtobo a ronntl utlonal diraaso and Ihcroforo requIress conatitutioual treatment Ilnlls Catarrh Cir manufactured by F J Checnoy s COt Toledo Onlo is the only constitu Jhitl tornoteappoohf It nets dli ctlyon thobloodi- aand mucous surfaces of iheBystom They no hundred dollars for any case it Tails to euro Sond for circulars and tea 1thnenlnJsF Jpijeeney CbTOlo1oO- Soldby Druggists 76c Halls Pumllv Pills nrethe best a Drunken Hoes Not a great while since when Powling Bros distillery hacC bclosbdthree or four iimmense fermenters J 1befIr had Jbeen left each tub- olthngirom eight to tin thous anc gallons Tnte Jaeer sO- lcalled consisted of scalded corn and malt meal with yeast A added to hasten fermentation Itt the condensed steam obtained rom boiling this mixture that Is in realityt the pure Bourbon a whisky which after undergoing process of curing or ripening aVa modern warehouse from reEto four years istliea con- idered by connoisseuDS to be iteffinest beverage in the world the Kentucky article especially being npjed far above any for eigni Importations oi products of the vintage or stilJlIealc strength of this beer varies j according to its degree of fer i mentationfromthe hour of its birth antI at its greatest atrerigth contains about oDetJalf to two4birds of a pint f proof spirits to the galloi This much is necessary tb ex plain how the hogs got drunk Mr J L Grluies was unain the firms business at that dis tillery then as the is now and a not wanting this vast amount of rich swine food wasted had osi troughs made and tappe bViiii fermenting tubsat the bottom so its to feed the beer to the hogs t of which there were about sev e entyfive on hand at that time The porkers took to juts sew greedily and It had the same effect upon them as it has upon the ttwy4egged hog t that gets too much of it for almost th- entielb of hogs were absolutely drunk for about three weeks LtHltneBwUl gave out They would gulp dpwa the beer until hey could hold no aorestagg r off drSp down anywhere Iin a drunken stupor sleep Uoff and then go and repeat the dose Thesfgbtof thirty t fifty runken togs some I htinf Ome too drunk to t1btarid some rolling dow Ike bill into the distillery branch from which hey bad to be rescuiKl to ptevMt drowning was a yl o e ad attracted the auenliom of BM J ilitiKkbors Whee tW ew gayS out tHY womld neither eat say thiif efse mor be covfocted dIt was abseltiiely pitiful to ie4 mil hear themiiieallMf arOitDd the troughs ggingwitki Hi most humati app js tel Mjasj one more drinkx Oiae Jttbei f Shoats was killed wkiledrwnk tna bntbiered t9ru by IstuIIerytenaLsasdl lMK lmttlt uinalo ll VVV I VVVVVVV n f Illiiile RPf VS IiIaa su ro1NII VVVSpounced to be the best isYoreJr tenderest and most savory pork ever tasted by say of the Harrodsbnrg Itaaocrat Ce5 Rd IJI Ahe1jowiumptlonoughh or cold i lrffolKaIIy Dtajr IeliMYIs ti elismnJe Let ITa JTare Gewfc Jy AM XMHH 11 There is poslthreryM H hee which should so kitereet erery enser ia Ohio eovMty iM ei jcountry re Li AtielyettiMMai er1sVliowe tet tiriftaIoe 51 thegocMr weather wftl SHHI bee 1ifOtle Notleg is pii1yVj4 ates alive prpxreeeiye cltkwi 4 hip as iroed yowr jat ojs oaidsVtbe farerssaeoteso passage of imWic thibfir1y- ensbIebiisto get s sat f u to trade afidr raffc to sellt nd purchase arJf1aay hrways are of vital iNterest to if 1Vei red prosperity Uv rr farmer should take thic taait4H7 personally IB h Ldad p skifc Good roads are the rerr life ol conatjniBd wIthM tkVWcounty can prosper They era w essential to tk wellMrei of a county M rail ts sis rs s- ueesof Ue wecW Bart J Herald Jt Mteriesi1VeetVtrIiITaiS al1Mu L Croam Balm yott will be HrkeUijrl ir ra eentJtft1 5ahmhaa sqeM iCNilii I5 lM s1ayotirdruggIit f b UP eeitcI lie s 1H is Uomailib Jtj got so bad that 1 could sot work 1 tuted two bottles of FlyIi Creim WIN ii lentirely Trojl I WUld not be wlUl utitA C Clarko it Slwwjiiiit Aye r Boston iFarmfot Safe 1ift Sting of 200 acres of goo4 lAsituated about ftye Miles Borth t westi of ISprinijteHi oa the rg 1on1isundeaf cultwzatkm 4 It ootiUi l some fine tetecco laatL Jt ifa milefNaTaUeyHillp08toMee ii inand ii gpsrij4ke i VSp1dK tJ M LTYJ j VriMDdGat tine MipV marveleSsesre feealL siis aui iutd kldWy ecMIliMi nin4 1Y Jrw JaMey e WAvvEsesmI uaaesr 14Sltlit this steM tojMiM r bastne9sitttlMi rMMl mimrky seta ties JtS Mwl ly Sta MMkcw lw lorn S1eewh NSSayetraSXpeaeet4el4 bSS4J5IVet as nOIiJaJArY Metb t ssisiisrDtMlIwr1 II etve- ee3sse5 f uJe JIII j1 t n i iMp your mSa to laie 3fsVEmNfrt1dstTben look for tbto picture on j 1fVaaRyOIkmt cod tJOJlMIV1s17besLVTO vii R- edthesIyap Sce Em fljsnootheremaIVaoIR k ne other dIMS thcssmework and aherbutho same t4OtCU1I S C taN I kVAJ- FVtsI V v fl kE HRJS1 LEADER i JueRrAT IQIh 1 L o A YEAFCINADVANOE j PflL t J E LDAVS9N J Pub ir LiOIt bst inotJccs 10 cents per iln for tW fir 1nsertn rd5 ntrautquint bsirt ur i Ca1I I ourjidtcs acdpo1iticaLuiater tfeen per line 7 j Jobworjils dona at locales but cash nUllt 12 one1tcr oXoods i A Elng contracts node an liberal p riu j Obttucs ntd re olutlonsl J ospoct t ii ntperHuo 11fu ffi4ss 1Yqmce iW 1 i icrt OUiccs ly JOO- l T1IflSDAY SEPT 221898 V 2 tf icJ3 jiation C ri1I1i i lhis prictically corn tileJed Its wSvlt The evacantion IJ jwoctcedmgi rn1y11Od i Spanish lir ops em barked At San Jn3l1t i Q ianipoiis will ar- 11vrSepf h 1r SOto convey the jjlt I 1 it rt cvSanisli tropj ff in oJtHerji9risfeof the island are witbdrawirirfo1jin Juan The t VfacujijLion will prpbaplybB cpm p eteinrfct1t eer weeks Thecinj lf roissini viI1toritiuuc1to bold s ingwit or de i r 1ii SilO dipCJt1Ofl oC tb e 1 l 9i1 t to rrnentpr9perty Tflere ts k42f zio4iI1qprospect of friclioh 5 1l = i 7 4 ITcdinrccd in 1p1omaccr 0f clthtturepJyottho Z5pan tt h e6 f on rsat naVat1t lQ t jruI rs in1municatiol i dfv the Ai4rjc0 tt Evacuation committee s UL84CtOrY It prpppsfes Fuhruay28 18J9 as the pte fV foft li c ttcQllUpn Of Cuba by f J Pr Spanishi tmdjand desires tthat 4i r4c thgLtnard i be aUowodJt6 t ji al Q t 11 iball th3 hon or T il 1Vt C + 0 it S5a l CRYeAtGER andS gopar4jLernburg W1 Vhavo beeu visiting the camps a LexingLdbv re givia om Jt lisT5v lgl lrrpm GeI4Wjlel r iirftjfqicourso off their inyestia t il1 4 i J v ticQi Gcn Wiley denOunced the dlvi ion ImspLtIlsl and those In J IIcharge qifetH em and showed that IrMlr carelessness and neglejit hbeen shown in the care of soldiei- ifja = iL Jis TApartec1 that Secretary age t boutto resign andtthat lhoriiBsideiitwiLll actipt thJesV t QHtionl The people pulcL filvre acceptedItlong ago or as ssoan as iU became eyident tpat w i iotwrinQi this raacfto success yrifjeal wLthtth3conp1itions aMIvftg from the war ffci3r iWWJt1 NINJSBR Nj it1a1tl iSbOOWiflg limptienl t 1Drr itioitrnint Of atm JJi Av5iere ihieTieTia jno fighin cnd i l ngiJ1Jf SXSCrZ f ak the ragitg slump agarfiTSljwnitiftsai i ortf t slg J nls i J rrrt iabSiof leaMobajxio its Ejuv4l1i fqtthe Pit yf a r nnunedto11l QdvOO and th- ii1 Qt1 r f J ycar 1i t a jllJj 93 5 aOriPpt dt- I pt lfr t ai sl ctfe bi- L h oitauof 1383 LT i r 1 t rtio ltti l i t MPIStll I u ti tsdhftpKes tii the civil sorvib regs aathn3 SO ttatt1io- sC r 1tT1r Im rrlr I or J1ej li exper3pCB5of ftl hr tI1Ei lp i Vfrso p didandsotriewbo ltQoOght re DyIt j j1C i Ii r i i4 AVI NrE JDvIQc- S a bLe Dffth i fij-y lit 1lVi 3 de d 4 4L Pornsv EjjJlittth1lstptircm t l J UJ tt t itl candJl1s 4titi f 5J 1f Nt L D RlGYfJarv r i SI y FipljJ1eadaflh r t X dont tilieve there ever uOo Pill 1Ayer l tj Jhavc been a victim ofrter iriblQ headthcand vC1 fpdy1hintorC1kycxo 1 cuqtkkIyas j AY1R i8J i t i vflI iLf i 1OORLSVLLE rromour RegutUriripOUdCfltj ISeyeral nrw5clsc 0fpbOld2- ieer in our midst f t t WJ1oPJD jhiis bothering the chiJ4rnomuo t 1hD u quite ill MR J Mt Wall saW to Jabe Kaib4 a six TtiOhrts olti Short horn 1UlUbrS25 He 1I10 sold ono HonUamSheha for Mr N GBobkt sold a six arldb yarAtft James Warren t of Nelson countyt 1Th cash Mr Rojalcyv of MercerCpunty is viMtnjefhtesOni Pricei Royalty near here Itis with the profoundest re jiretft ibatiro chrjqicVe the death of William Harper who died oj Sunday tnornln at2arnI1 a Wa i interred At New Hope it 4 ttfcloclr the same day He died t pvtypbofd fever The fanily Ihava the sympathy 01 the entire cooxmudUv This is the sixth rMse of typhoidJever inLthe fafn fly and four of the chidjrea nnw have whooping coujhDeceased was on iindustrious young map kiaJ J twcntytiyo OwFand SlSlla Ellis visited MlsslfSsie Mann ot ValleyHur tat3jiturdayY H iTVtr Ton Payrfe of Marion Bounty is vteiting relatiVes here sorghum making has opened up our vicinity Sjudayrschbbl is progressing Cicely at New Hope church under the in naeraent of Brother Will ScOtt Oliver Gtabbina pold a hnsrsy to Pope Gribbs the price being 510 in inoneyy i pisuJawatch4 t and a calfj The largest crowd of colored people ever hroajrh our little iIlago passed through hereiast i Saturday to attend the QnieJ fair at Springfield the numb r bclng festiwaled at 500 Corn cctting is In full blast jhis weilr with plenty of grass = t Joppersand chihtz bugs along fithit IWheat sQ iiigtimoig here aDd jd Jargo acreage viltb1jbvn i 9 j iili11A14unu j1 SutwC iiffibny euro 4 jThrat wnmiils Hprama briit3 utj ohcirq Liujlosjt will curp yuurbackathe Uaydon Robort il 1IetI3iVachtqTonr liowol With Cnndjr Cnlliimltv euro conntlpatton fororcr I0o25c irCCOf dnipRLsisrcIpml money DAVIS QNflAR1S countyirKi 11000000 of property listed coziaxitio n County tax Tatejtjfor 1q97 15 ijsents J Tho county has no debt Cornstalks yi ld12 an acre oldat the cellulose factory JTpmutoes sold a the canning factory bring 100 an acrp Pjvens Djip ii the largest rose market in thoworld lfereare W6of our farms for sale Tract N jBv tOO acres eight miles soiith pfOweusbori level l black lIO3 acres cleared j 11tnfioths tenemet ndusp barn flat will hold 15 Veres of tobxcso Tni is as tsr jfwapiecaofi f lland as there is io rbe state Price 25 an acre Craht N j 0 100 acres toir uiW south of Owensboro 18 tcrek rolling laud bal men bt to 65 acres cleared ono dwell 41 170 tenement houses rn inje qrjharJ Und vt yard Thislsl a bur aia Price F33 an J icte Send fur our list of farms rfoi f iiA ale WILLIAMS LITTLE FJq ThirdS 0 vensbur jKy AttxTIu3Utond Trustworthy Par onrIIUrUOiiJlllfa itiIiit hiiniy tiilirv KtKttgIit gf9 n year und ItcIJeIIsefrdtflhIIte biiii linil no more jio IbMsjKilury Monttily 7f Itafor inputiqnfoIiirt partmuiti Mj tiilcun9 b J A ICnnnaw nonjfiucc baquiierJibi jeimerry she refused him tooiXtylto arated athl The ycirr Vllht them much sorrow fctrfiid fit 4yfdlsa Teajxarj afterwai1 iirjpnJLha ytjty clay of tfie tnctotb pri V4lsIirerrfEctfhlm came3 tt letter jjpffi 1 Hi j chL1dhoodcfdgfegain 9veth1p1crio tiildsa it be hrs matf She re njsnecetaWlfh the same old Questibii wrItten therein The lletters are iot luJL of Jove Oh japuifimpljf acu4ph that Is nna dozen words or more writ JIbnaeLiiiarHed some day but very likely t IA 1 t jtn snder iSKht Lfjri1 slrl jJlia sihll cii filf o Oh the Faiii of- Rheumatism I IthqumaUsxnoften Cau a the most in torice Bartering Many liavb for Tfenra Iiqiwnsej i over a and Swifts Specific tis tho only cure because it14 the only remedy which can tory Rheumatism jrUlcH became so latensp that yras for weeks tiuabla to wclk I tried r Nseveral proalnent pbyal clans an tltoo their treat Incnt falthf ally but was uiraUo to get the slight cst relief In fact my con dltlon seemed to grow worse the disease over my entire body i 4front Nqembcr trindI r fffj v1 suffered agony many patent medicines JtTr fJi tutuUth 6 relieved me ff friend J decided to try S8S Before allowing ran to tate It how my nuardlan who was a chemist ana rid the remedy and prononuced It free ci potAsh or merenry I felt so much better tit1n two boU cs th tIcont1nued harem omp1eteIyrite1bouJhmaU1Umcsexpos Ttpnu Powelton Avenue rhlladelphla DpntsnfferlongerwlthlihcumatiBin Throw aside your oils and liniments as they ecU not reach your trouble Dont experiment with doctors their potash and mercury will add to your disabil digestion ISSror Blood perinanenuyItoritaintfno potash mercury or other mineral Books mailed free by Swift Specific OoAtlanta Ga = STCLAII1JIIIPCANAL1MPORTANT HAVE ON LAKE TRAFFIC A Cat Fourteen 3ii1ts lit iuixpenSe of 85060000 Which Wonlil Save Soiontj pine allies ICcccnt Ievelqpment of Corn tnorco Throughout Lake Sistein The prospects fur the construction of the St Clair and Erie ship canal in the near future have recently attracted u good deal of attention amopg busl ness and shipping men It is stated upon what Is believed to be good thority that within a year operations will be bcgunTwo years work would he required in any case before the canal could be completed atfd opened for traffic The purpose of this canal is to shorten materially the sail ilne distance between Lake St Clalr Lake Erie had to afford a deep safe and direct ohannol In place of thp present unsatisfactorytortuous and dangerous one through the Detroit River Leaving the old course Jin Lake St Clair at a point about five miles fron Ithe foot of tho SL Marys River the course strikes southeast dl rectly across Lake St Clair in a bee lthe for Cleveland It cuts through he lowrlylng neck of lanfl which sep arates Lake St Olair from Lake Erie and debouches into the latter at a point about sixty miles easterly 6f the usual route through the Detroit River This lowlying land forms the southwestern CDnIIberian peninsula Lake St Clair tak lag the place of the Bay of Biscay and Lake Erie of the Mediterranean In this view the St Clair Canal would n cqunterpart of the longprojected BordeauxMediterranean Canal The direct saving in distance would be Eeventynlne miles The actual cutting necessary is about fourteen miles and the expense of constructing the canal is estimated by the engineers at about 5500 The management believes that a toll of three cents a ton on the freight which may reasonably t o expected to pass through this chan justifyIall expenses of interest and management If twothirds of the tonnage now passing Detroit should avail Itself of the advantages of the canal the tolls would raebt these anticipations At the rate mentioned it is not apparent why all the through traffic now pass Ing Detroit would not take the new route That portion of the thousand mile journey to tho seaboard to be rendered more safe by the proposed canal Js passed over by all through or long distance traffic for the tonnago passing through the Detroit River has always served with approximate ac curacy to gauge the development of commerce throughout the whole sys tem Thus for example In 1889 tho cargo tonnage carried through the De troll River In American vessels and exclusive of that carried Canadian vessels was 197178CO tons while tho shipments from all American lake ports aggregated but 25027308 tons The proposed construction In this new link In the chain of magnificent waterways which connect Duluth Chi cago and other western laks ports with the tide water again calls atten tion to the enormous growth of the lake marine in recent years Its steady nwi j pniinuOua nd7ancc and the cent Improvements both in the veseb tneSSeWra aiid in the facilities of dock InsuloaxHns and unloading The Ina- gilkiIe R this commerca ha demDn straled by tho accurate official reports ifcfw kttpfc for a considerable series of lIU Tfftw6lle well known to shipping nigQ 9idjtq most residents of the lake side cities is a well recognized cause off surprise and astonishment to the great bulk of otherwise well informed Americans to say nothing of foreign ers whose Ignorance of the trade de bands of our country might more lrefrilly admit of excuse1o take the figures of this commerce for the last en years only and omit amounts smaller than ono edition tons we fled that In 1887 the registered tonnage passing through the Detroit River amounted to about 18000000 tons Advancing each year In jrn dteady grdwiE by ond or two jTdllllfinwhs this tonnage anjount lAd lit ahe yfiflr 1892 to 20009000 Atfvf hlch it now jrtandai The enor caouS eifent of tnls Business is more readily appreciate when one Is re mInded that these figures indicate a tonnage four times as great as that which passes hrough the Suez Cailal twice as great ns the combined tonnage of the ports of Loi don and LIv rj1opJ1i and double the entrances and clear anceiat the pert of New ToVk ThlkI oaifs for the annual shipping eai0j iof eight or nlnempnths atmost while tho Sue Canal and the English porfe are open all tho year around Not alone la regard to the ambunttef tonnage now employed la the recprjit inarvellous one TM characterofthc tpnnage has undergone within a de cade amost ohdtrful change for the better BtMw ijBBfeeea substituted fItF3Lvif t ausLeeIshias 0 XENTttOKYS 10CflEAfiTflOTS t 1 S LEXINGTON YS Jj October 4 to 151 Dnr Stakes75000Ptnses1G0- 00Futurity October 4 Great 204 pace October 9 Great 203 trot Octooer 5 8000 Cup Stake October 11 S50l3Q Transylvania October 6 4000 Ashland Stike Oct 12 Other Famous Stakes Daily Worlds Greatest Racing f Famous Bellstedt Ballenburg Band Half Fare on All Railroads PJOHNSTON H W WILSON President Secretary for wooden It la bOO tnai noI where In the world can steel ships n lIbe built more cheaply than in the lake side shipyards The limit placed upon onlYfcJsonnblaI tablished by the tha vessel through crooked and the principal exIsting channelsI loading depth is fired by met with In the Detroit RIver and in tha western end of Lake Erie Were nil obstacles to free navigation remov ed the vessels now building would adopt the dimensions of ocean vessels In 18C8 the average size of sailing yes eels on the lakes was 153 gross tons ton years later It hail Increased to 209 ton and tweet 3sit5 3t7 lo io8 ton IFOOD AND TEETH Poverty Produces She Strongest rind Slant Lnt1ng MoIar flIt is a remarkable fact said a prominent New York dentist to the writer recently that the teeth of the poor are stronger and generally last longer than those of the welltodo classes The reason for this is that what food the poor give their children is of a variety that goes to make bonea and teeth This food consists of the outside of all the grans of all cereal foods that contains the carbonate and phosphate of lime and traces of other earthly salts all of which nourish tho bony tissues and build up the frame If we do not furnish to tho te thot the young that pabulum they rquire they cannot possibly be built upI It is the outside of corn oats wheat bar ley and the like or the bran so called that we sift away and teed to the swine that the teeth require for their proper nourishment The wisdom of man has proved hit folly shown in every succeeding gen eration of teeth which become more fragile and weak Our modern flouring mills are working destruction upon the tooth of every man woman and child who partakes of their fine bolted flonr They sift out the carbonates and the phosphates of lime in order that they zany provide that fine white flour which is proving a whitened sepulchre to teeth Oatmeal is ones of the best foods for supplying the teeth with nourishment It mAkea the dentine cementum and enamel strong flint dcIcayany white bread upon your table Bread made of whole wheat ground not bolted co that the bran which con trims the minute quantities of lime is present Is best Nothing is superior to Brown bread for Tjcrife pad tooth bulldlng This Is made out of lye meal and cornmeal Baked beans too havo a cbbslderable supply of these limo HsUa and should be on everybodys ijblev hotpr cold twice a week 11fr Gum chewing Js liable tQ enlarge the mcsclej which control the inqve meats of the lower jaw thereby Sharig Ing possibly for the better both tfit contour and cxpicsiloni ot the to 5cifv tbeBuni be purp J ste npthlngtiin the habit tpondeznn except tIts ulgarlly as It hasjiap baneful effect updh the teelh and agdod teath cleanBlnff 4geIffir If Slierlfltnn tit flic Milliner I Gen Sherlda aaht became older conquered his shynes3 Atthetimeof aiCbmmuna ae wan IrifcParls with hia aidcdecamp There whs alsoBtpp pAg at the same hotel a charmlns American woman with whom he Was dlghtly adquz1ted The ptlsogerae lad been liberated and were tushlng jaadly through the streetSj The ijrder t wlndbwatl Ring out tho old Ring In tho new Ring out tho false Ring In the true We bring to you the new and true from tho plncy forests of Norway DR 8ELL S- Pine Tar Honey Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Plcastmt Permanent Positiro quo for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs rod Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated tho microbebcarins mucus is cut out the cause of that tkkling Is removed and the inflamed racnitranes era healed ai4 soothed so that there is no inclination to cOtgh SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles OnlY 25c SOc rind 100 SIzop ed13E SURE YOUoGET- Ora Beds PlnsTarHcney- nit 5sCrS r shutters must oa Kept ctoseu bhutland in her dark room and hearing the noisy rabble below the woman became greatly There alarmeQ is but one thing for me Ido she cried to Insure safety I t myself General under the care of the hisff1ICRn therefore sent her card to who at once called and offered sl1oIand get away to London Still she ap pcared distressed Finally she cried It Is bonnetsmy at Vlrots They were to have been down today How can I so and leave them Tho General grasped the situation and offered his arm to escort her to tIle milliners Happily It was not far offIi Ever afterward he delighted to tell ot his pleasure at seeing such an array ot dainty headgear He had neve been At a milliners bafnm Acme of Incompetence Mrs Hiram Contant usually had two servants Perhaps it would be better to state that Ms Hiram Constant usually thought she had two servants for when she left home and servants she never Knew hw many would beI there when she rottrned There might be two servants anl the linen and the spoons or there mIght be one Servant part of the linen and spmo of the spoons t When at home Mrs Hiram Constant know she had two csrvants They kept her busy days and nights she lay awake evolving plans of campaign for the subjugation of Ireland Germany Sweden or Darkest Africa She talked ibout her servants almost constantly i spinster friend once reproved her or this Why dont you talk of other things You would have other subjects to talk about if you would only study and Im prove yourself Study and Improve echoed Mrs Hiram Constant I have to spend jail my time studying and Improving my day Mrs Hiram Constant discharged her se nteenth cook and was naturally full of the subject No according to Mrs Cs story was 117 very worst that ever happened Wasnt she competent asked a friend Cotnpdt tent cred tho longsuffer lug matron Vfa she competent Why mydearvMrs Wiggins she iouldntav ji boll prater without burn- Ing S1riiiotiIL Sun Did yoirover h motize a chicken caked Polled Com ilssloner lUnd of dCltsInUchalk and draV a traJght had JWgirf5 fling at a ppiofc jijt pnfle1 the hcnV1 Ifwd aM extending a foot and a hn or more H tIThe bird will f5tteaMts 1cSonlh chalk ontfVin a twinkling almost ehQ JsJ unconscious ofanyib1zigi but that inct You can cuf end ktck ici about as Tnucbj JR ypu tlea p but her gate wilT immediate isturn ltotho chalk line When I was calling before thq mast it was not an untscal thing oa a Calm day Vrheq there wjis no work In slBatt6 see A dozen ormofe sailors jach wlllf fhoa In Ills hands draw lag chalk marks It Is the most per everIsaw tome time It you dont heleve IL rW I11prt 8P J r SIje d o t1i n By a special arrangemeht and fora short time only we will offILfue Twjcea Week H GourierJonrnal I AND THE NewsLeader One Year For Only S125m I v The CourierJournal has the BEST war news ser vice of any of them arid v you get it twice a week with the New Leader making three papers a i or 156 papers a year forvleekii a Dtllar and a Quarter I 7 i This otTer is open to all oHi subscribers to the NEWSLEA DEH who pay up and one year in ad vaoc6 and to any new subscribers IWo consider this one of tile most liberal offers made ardtherpI Is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war news and nome news as well Address communications to E L DAV1SON JR Pub MEWSLEADEB Springfield Kv 01IItiliiirds Horqhound Syrup is not a mixture or stomach dcstfoyinR drugs but Ia n Kolentiflcally prepared remedy t tmt cures coughs and colds mid all tlimnt and innj troubles Its action w quick prompt and posltiuo 25c t Cc Huydon t UobertBOii NoTolioc for JTlfty CcnU Guaranteed tobacco habit curetnakes weak uea strong blood euro toe All druiftitts TabloraHnrkcyo PlleOIntmcntrcHoxes ho intonso itching It seethes it heals t t cures chronic cnes vlwu surgeons tajl Itlsasclcntlticcqrtylnly Its wl crease through its cure itJs ex oerimont Kvery bottle guixrontctd Tubes Too IlaydbnItobortsbtt i Do Not Bo Imposed On Always Insist oil Bcttlnff FoIeyB Honey and Tar as ijifi positlvolj nlisolutoly tuft tiiiqtteifedly Uo best gorIju9dctuo flasoztpbson r J MoetffasdnatlfigtaTen inn of theatre Always t reedy toentertoh Jt feCtulrcsnoakUl too rI t atcltazdrtproduectho mtalc of tanilsorchcs 1iroeallstsaY soloists There Insro nothifig like 1ttor1ili eveflings entcrtalOnieu- pOler socalloti taIkig znathincs reproduce- only fcobrta cnVnadonwl EuWeeteSpecijaiy theGrupboMonaIsQrophopopno you can easily make and instantly Teprodurt records of the voice or any Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm Is ever fresh The iepipducUons 4re clear end brilliant rap s1le fStil1Ianufactnred Oteratsnti ot JeL Tallt Edison saC Our etab1Iihmi bead quirtcrA oftin worSt jorTaikingMsthinenn- ditIn5tcbIno euppues Write flit catAlopc Columbia JPhonograpti Go DEPARTMENT 30 i No 9f9 Pennsylvania Ave i tj WASHINQTOir b1tC NTuwTrotk Paris Chicago SI Louis lUjdcJphlaft TWltlm or Ala r 1+ 1 GE I i 1 Ct1BEST Goodsd iq 1 i f v Lowst Prices rijl f t i 4a J TJ athasalwayslbeetf ijur motto bnt will waite doubly im pjessjyoUiis scasDp as weehavo selecutJ our stock lftlb tia t grealest care bdthin Styles and values ttWebavevan exceptionallv strong line of sbo sJna1 rstyles pad grades Woufdcaii yourspecial atibation 1o H JthejI3 Lewis 06 Wear Resisters School Shoes No more expensive than a great many shoddylsboea that will not wear half so long These Wear Resisters shoes JL nJi 1n I WE DEFY COMPETOION in GenLh Furnishing 114Goods and Moos add Boys Clothing in prices and styles r Mens Suits 300au4 pr Youths Suits 250 and up Child Suits 50 cents and up fIPriWhy buy childs cheap ishoddy slop shop rnadecloth ing when you can buy Thy nlR 1BeHatLt The fc Jane HopHns BMIc Knee aM Double eatqalit GUUitNTEFD NOT 1O RIP PROL US THAME J Pant SuZ s PK1CES Come auds eo these aults tItt t tIWo baVeJIJffQJJen up alt41tnewcH and J5 Cotton goods aife liiwJer ihnn tbey were eyer knpwuio w0be DuDttay the old prices before getting out New Rock fBoltomprides r ZV Dtntiorget that war 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FNEIK1RKI r jrORNEYATLAW- j F hC plff Jf I Jt LA Y R Q jon toriey atILaW iI laclat attention given to the calI r c anol nQciandaccoUnthL r i jiuc9 with r OcOhrdrr 1SPE1NGFIEID ICY- r U 0 llrekaa1ooli i r br 3 r 3k1p constanily on hai c six tit jpW McEENNA1 WHISKEY J jfdeSIp medicinal use i1 JDjJld 1ager JUaBr llTp Z J B1U S HOONERS f c lr ATHOIPSON Prop t t3ff0 i 1 Jz1 SBRYAa t 1 AUCTIONEER J j4ind andS ockS sa Specialty F J PR1NGFflLD KY f J i rt 4 w iCENStY i tJplI BLACKgITflSllOP it Horseshoeing L t Carriage Repairing Blacksmithinr r y mr I It I All wprlc guaranteed to piyer xir itisfacUoaMat tim Casey hop r 4 Sr lNGFIEtUKY i fevlf XSYQU1 liver tired does It fail todolia 1 R tutyJ so dont nentect its call for belrH few iloses uf Hcrblno mav save you a vrpeu1or rIcknss 1rlilno dlj onty erfoct1Iver ntedllno U cures idFcer15c Uaydoi bJrliJf l 1TahtM 1lhndSiaOk Your Jltc o tGbCCO cstiy nd foreycr be oTQolfe tW rkerthatnmkes 1U mtrog AJ1ClftJlla CortlCur71ti 4fe JJeok1c nd IIUnp1e flCer rct O UemcJ1 C blaoot Ncv I S t YOtkI Jl A era XnIMtvdfJhy tOUft4hIncs4r t NtI1trOWi1 llJd iicarbyjouii j l ntttMioov oftscowork cunducte 14 2NrysrnghtoonrcnrnhIl I xp941 MI1t p Iwna thin no moc tM try Monthly 75 norci tk Mni1n4 Jcl1alWrcRSflh1 UttflhIOl tIlIHtrletJpllCJP t Dopt if CJiici gp E 1 feEEftEc6EEE E EiECEEEi eII E ABOUT TOWN m 335 a 3 e a a 3 3s a a SiEDry for sale P 1F T15PsN LicE h 1ExTMouc1ay Vill be County CoUtt4ay LLIh y for sale ljljP four nicc- biicilclarnbs U S LITSE rtt BbuOn Sunday September 18 to5tbewife bf Robert Noe a bOyjF i lywisb to rent a part of my- csidenccin to t ftILL SEED vbcatforsa1e THQ ISON LAKE WsSHSf Pelioney Crow shipped a carlpadi of cattle to Indianapolis No 19aY1JsB PETER Co sbipped two carloads of cattle and hogs to LpvusyillQ Tuesday NbTICEIwill next NovQmI berj open a Bpultry Slaughterl l House iind Mil pay the highest casr pVicofor turkeys iiid jdl Mfi sof live fowls and eggs c 0 Oij2 B aje prepared to offer froni now pa the Louisville Weekly llispacE and the NewsLeader for 125 per year This applies old subscribers who renew as well as to new subscribers f Ai THOMPSON a practical hotl rapher has pitched his put on thQ lot adjoining G D 3Dttncansjresidehce and is pre iated to do iirstclass work FARM FOR RENT 40 acres for corn and about 5Q acres for heat Apply to aMGILi THoSii IiON the photographer takesallkinds of photos Totsagroups cabinets and outsides views Prices reasonable Give him a call ALL persons owing back taxes me as exdeputy Sheriff must settle same by next e untyCourt aoruffer their property to advertised H B POWELL priBThird Regiment Band of Jhets place left Monday fpr Glas gciyiTy where it will furnish the musici for the fair this weekh THE colored folks fair last HyeekWas quite a succeso there Ibeing one of tho biggest crowds t record Saturday after thett excursion from Louisville had- lijvcd c11ns J G MANSFIELD is re ivig a large stock of millinery adies cloaks jackets wraps ady made skirts in the same piris that he occpled lastI i season FOR SALE A good safe fam ily horse and phaeton a Brown cultivator almost new a good reakingplow and a good corn marker Will selj all or any jDart aba great bargain 4 J Co ENSOR l til l1sPCowStthyed from my place in own on Tuesday Sep tember 30 a large Jersey cow pghtl1Qfrom only two of her teats Suit ajble reward will be gWen for her return to Miss RICE THURMAN r Springfield Ky MR Broi L LEWIS advertises in this issue of the NewsLeader that he will be Springfield onI text NlondayV County Court day jtorbuyldO cotton mule colts and a carload of horses This will hJe1 Joodjjppportunity fpr the farmers who have anything to selLlr v KSPliE Sdcond Kentucky Regi indent was furl ugh d for thirty days at Lexington and the mem bers were sent to their respect lYe homes It iif thought thatt at t the end of the furlough theI Tegitnenfc will be mustered Pat Whalen Of this place was member of the Lebanon company and caipe inMonday looking like he bad fared well on camp life MRS Ra BSTTIS who h- aeitpgihittyesherebacb 1 a riSryow ejcap0vfrom being poisoned bnr last Monday even Fig She took a large swallow 01 Jaudnum from a bottle by nis tako thinking ifc tibe a ton c which she had teen taking Fortunately l liet tnlstake immediately ana PrsJ d3ISUmtnoned i l BETWEEN 2OQO and 3000 peo piel attended the dedicationif- tlenew PieilsantRunMethodigt ThGIPresiI sermon In morning In the aftetnoon the pastpr Rev J3F Atkinson delivered a short address Dinner was served on aounldanqeChurch is completed andis quite a neat little house of worship There is yet remaining about 200 debt on the church which the pastor has undertaken to raise by genernlsubsbription ON next Monday September 26 Louisville will inaugurate the greatest carnival of harness racing ever held in America All roads have extended for the occasion one fare rate for the round trip during the entire meeting There is no time to visjit LouisvilleY1JJ1betterI ing theTrotting tyeeting city is then at its best Accommodations are ample and no one need be afraid of not being car lin Kentucky style lin A double wedding occurred yesterday at noOn in the County Clerks office at which Rev R E C Lawson officiated and the contracting parties were well known people from the Pottsville neighborhood this county Those united were T W Webb and Miss Mirtle Elliott Mandaville Elliott and Mrs Delia T Pay ton The latter couple have been married befQre this being the grooms third venture E L BETTINGER was here Saturday on his way to Spring field The man is physically a total wreck He walks with the- ssistance of a crutch and short tout cine and even with these he makes but feeble progress in locomotion His present condition he claims isdue to a fall ho received while working on the spire of a church at Mt Eden in Spencer county two years ago He fell a distance of 62 feet and his lower limbs were crushed almost to a pulp and his escape from death was miraculous He was recently discharged from a Louisville where he had been since the accident and was en route afoot to Washington coun ty where he said he hud rela tives He was not sbliciting charity Nelson Record As a result of a row among a crowd of disorderly negroes at the colored folks fair last Sat urday Judge Baker had several morningIand George Litsey confessed to a charge of breach of peace and were fined 5 and costs Allen Wright was tried on the charge of resisting an officer and held to answer on a bond of SI 00 to Circuit Court Dennis Thomp son Hez Thompson and Ed Bishop the first two charged with resisting an officer and thq latter with breach of the peace had their trials set for Saturday Hez Thompson wbile resisting Joe Mclntire a marshal at thd fair grounds was shot by the latter The bullet struck a buckle on his bolt which turned its course thereby saying the mans life NEWSLEADER a year e THOS W MATTING LY editor of the Enterprise has filed suit in the Marion Circuit Court against M F Hetherm ton former proprietor of tho Enterprise for 2500 damages Mat tingly purchased the Lebanon Enterprise from Hetherington last November together with its good will Plaintiff claims that defendant signed a contrcU not to run or become connected with LebItterprise plant Two months ago Hetherington purchased the con and is now publishingFalt We do not know the merits this particular case but ofl courts have frequently decided that whore one man sell a busi ness and signs an agreement not to engage nan opposition conI cern within a certain time and openly violates the cotia be czmbe held liabler and he tIJI WAINTEJK Ql01un4rCdcPttQflm ale coltsii also one carloadof good horses W Ube hero on ounty Cqurfc dayv September 2t BIRD L LEWIS Death o Mr Uriah Rood This community was greatly shocked on yesterday morning ttbQsuddei 1lnn outicementpf the nthofMr Uriahi Reed one pf the Countys bestncaown cit Zeus flhadbeti sick for some time with typhoid fever sut Ills death came unexpectedly deceased was about fifty IThe of age and had been a citizen of the County He was a farmer and by his Uprightness and fair dealings had earned the respect of all who knew him He leaves a wife and one daughter Up to the hour of going to press we had not heard what funeral arrangc ments had been made STRAYED Strayed tomyplacA near Mack yule two small Jennets about July 1 Owner can have same by paying for charges and prov n j propertyWB HATCHETT Mackville Ky Berkshire Pigs for Sale II have for sale three fine Berk pigs two male and one female SAM E CLEMENTS luit Couching Is easr enough If yon take Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey It cuts tho mncons Iud al lays the InHumstlon so hut there la no inclination tough It sooth tho bron jliial und is stron tlicuing to the throat and lungs All goodlru KstH sell I- tPERSON7L Harry Brown of Lebanon waa over Tuesday B D Lake was in Louisville tho first of the week I H Thurman attended the Indianapolis Fair last week Mr James Isbam of this county went to Louisville Tuesday 00 McOhord wont to Louisville Tuesday morning on business Jewett Brown returned Monday from a trip to IndianapolisIG D Duncan is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week buying goods Mr A H McGhord has returned from a bttsiuqss trip to Cincinnati Miss Ella Burton who was in Bardstown last week has returned C Brent Roberts left Monday toI take up his studies at Centre College Mrs Fetter of Louisviilols herei on a visitto her daughter Mrs J L Whartoa Dr T r Blythe of Los Angeles Cal s here for a visit to his sister Mrs R A McElroy Mrs J G Mansfield and Miss Willy Knott are in Louisville and Indianapolis this week getting the fall styles in millinery Miss Lucy Ray has returned to her home today after a pleasant stay with Miss Rice Thurman Agent J A Mudd returned yes terday from his trip to Mackinac very much improved in health Mrs B J Hubbard who has been visiting relatives in the county baa retorncd to her home at Bardstown The hop given on last Friday night by the membon of the Bosley Dancing class was quite a nice affair and was well attended Mrs J W Phelps of Harrods bnrg and Miss Ida Birch of Willis burg are visiting Mrs W M Sony at Atoka Danville Advocate Isaac Curtis the well known col ored politician of Louisville was hereon last Saturday and was the guest of Frank Brooks E F Maycs has returned from a trip to neighboring towns where he succeeded in getting some good orders for Bonded Issue Gov Brown and othei brands of the Trafalgar Co Uncle Joseph Cradcr eighty years of ago and a resident of the Texas neighborhood paid the News Leader a call ypsterday He is quite a poet and is an interesting character In many respects Judge Jack W Thompson formerly of this place but now a resident of Indianapolis is here this week on business Judge Thompson says that he and his family are pleased with their now homo and ho has purchased a residence there Dennty In IIlooil Deep Clean Mood means a dean skin No beauty without it Caeenrets Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean by Stirringlip the lazy liver and driving all im uritica from the body Begin today to banish pimples boils blotches bladheads takingCasearctabeauty gists satisfaction guaranteed lOc 25c 60c IEcnseld III Aug U 1803 and have used Folovs Colic bcatn thorn nil WL Yeats IIcuro Robetoon apoaltisocureJpplytatq cents ptTJraccwts or by matt DrroolU ELYDMTIJER863 Warren btKewYfirk City PIU M mn cored Vihlkey at home mm cut tlculanwnt pdn olcof FB pl1o UWOOILKYILD A1Aaua stoLnco 12lQor 2r NEWSLEADER 1 0 a yen 1 IHE EXCEUHCB OF SffiDE OP HQS Is due not only to the originality andI simplicity of the combinntjn but also to the care and skill with whidh it is IknoVnCo only and wo wish to impressSfluTupon all the importance of purchasing tho true and original remedy As tho Figsimnnuctndby 0Onlyassist one in avoiding the worthless imitations partiesCtuPonrliAmedicalwhich the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions pf families makes rantyofIsfaras it nets on the kidneys liver and weakenlugnauseate In order to get its beneficial oftheCAUFORNIA HG SYRUP CO FUJU Cal LOUISVILLE Ky VOIlC T NWIGKIV From Our Special Correspondent William Paynes while buntvitig a few nights since fell from a tree and broke his arm Thd fracture was set by Dr Rinehsrt l and patient isnoR doing wen Misses Myrtle Penwick and oAddleMr Alex Smith were visitors atI Predericktown Satur4ay and Sunday Mr Ray Blandford left Sat urday morning last to v4sit relatives at Manton and other points in the southern part of the county Ii Miss Susie Keen of Bear Wal low who has been visiting her unqle Mr Ed Wheatley return ed home Sunday night Mr John T Barker an octogenarian living near Hardins Cnapel is ill and few hopes are entertained for his recoveryf Mr aid Mrs J A Smith vis ited the old homstead and grandmother Logsdon on Sunday andl a lipleasant little reunion of chil dren made a most agreeable day Corn cutting is the order of the dav and most farmers report a heavy crop Mrs Oathaiine Lewis of Ma comb Ill is visiting relatives and friends near Wbite Oak Mrs Lewis has been absent nearly twentyfive years but says the old Kentucky hills look natural and rdvive tender memories Mr Thomas Sallee who has been ill of typhoid fever at the home of his fatber was able to be removed to bis home near Valley Hill Sunday last Whooping cough is raging in our community and decimated the attendance at the common school district No9 Real estate has taken a second boom in our vicinity and land buyers are common J T Har mon sold a portion of what is known as the Cooper place for 3500 A Mr Wright of Boyle county was the purchaser W A Smith purchased of T J Nally the home tract on the Penwick farm containing 123 acres at 91600 William Moberly of Mercer county purchased of JD Banter his Wheeler place at something less than 81000- Sorghum mills and evaporators are in Demand and many large crops read to be convert i ed into good molasseb will spoil l folr want of mills Pawpaws persimmons aodI nowandltacountry boys that his city brc th rIWols not ofIRev 00 Pugb of your town filled an appointment Fedwick schoolhouse on Sunday evening and many pOrsonswere thereto hear the gospel tidings The season for teachers asso ciations is at hand and the vice presidents of the magisterial dis tricts should either meet or cor respond in reference to dates of meeting and exchange of pro grams etc Much good has been accomplished in other counties and the teachers of Washington are not of the class who wU h to be left out of any good thing DIED Monday night Sep tember 19Jittlo Geprgioi Infant fdaughter of Mr antf Mrs Stove Logsdon aftera9 iljness of only alewdays of whopping cough The bereaved parents llal the sympathy of ihe cogimunIjI I 1 OBACCO MARKETS qootatQnotatIonOommIttee change atLonistflle for this week 189z CHOP 0 BED BUBLEY raab green ormixed 3 OtofJiOO Traah sonnd 100 to 000 Qi601oonmonCommon leaf 11 oo to 12 00 14101GoqLpIwnItLsy 1700 to 50ttraith green or mixed 4 60 fpV4 Traeb Bonnd Ii 5 Ortto Obmmoh logs to 7CO Medium lugs ri 60 to p 00dluga 90toIio0 Common leaf abort 9 00 Jo 1000 Common leaf 1000 iOitZ 00 odium leaf12OO tb IB 00 TooFineA 6RITIEAL TIME During the Battle of Santiago SICK ORWELLARUSH NIGHT AND DAY SantIngoIroic efforts In Getting Amunilioh and Rations to the Front Saved the Day dl Butler of pack train No 3 writing from Santiago do Cuba on July 21 says Wci nil had dUlrrl10ea in more or iesi- olent tuna and whon wo leAded Wo hud no time to edo a doctor for it was a case ot rush and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied with amunition CbulJberlqJnsColic wo wcro able to keep at work nnd kcnj ur health In fact sincerely balleta that at ono criticall time this mckiciiio was an indirect savitir to our nrpiy for if thff packers hal boon unable to vork thefo would havo been no way of getting supplies to the front There wore no roads that a wagon train could use My coni rado and nfyselfhad tho good fortnho to lay in a supply of this medicine before vo left Tampa and I know in rour oases absolutely saved roy life Tho above letter was written tp the niunufactinors of this medicine tho ChamlM rlain Medicine Co DcsMoincs Jai For sale by Haydon tt llobertstto THE MARKETS The following tabfe represents the prices paid for farm oroducU in Spriiigfleld by the dealers therein It is corrected up to oclock Wedneaday but is subject to variations thereafter on prirato dd vices rom Louisville dealers Wheat per bu to 63 iOOatHRye per bu uM1Oloverperbl12 Timdtby per bu I 33 to Orchard Grass per bo 75 to 00 Hay Timothy per cwt 60 J Hay Mover per cwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnished by the Louisville Live Stock Journal i21 West Main Street Lou Sville Ky Extra shipping MJ4 50a4 75 Light shipping 450d475 Best butcher steers 4 85u4 IOOxen good to extra 850a4OO- Oxen common to medium 2 5h3 0 Feeders 4 54 05 Stockers 4 75 Bulls 2 60a3 Veal Calves 5 1316 00 MILCH COWs Choice milch cows135 00ai5 Fair to good 15 00a25 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 2i5 Ib to 800 lb 410 Fair to good packing lb to200lb 410 Good to extra light 100180 Ib Iai 10 Fat shoots 120lCOlb i 3 Patflhojits 100V lb 3 4Ua3 60 Pigs to 00 Ibs OTSaS Rougbs UMU01b 2 50o340 SHEEP AND LA1U5S Good to extra shipping sheep 3 25a3 50 FAir to fa 25 Common to medium t 2 aS 00 Bucks ila250 Skips and scallawags per he d5Oal 00 Extra spring lambs BSOaGQQ Best butcher lambs 4 25a4 75 Fnlrto good butcher lambs 3 75a425- Tailcndu 2 tOSS puqnucE Report furnished by HerndonCarter Co General Commission Merchants 813 itur all Court and 110 Third Street Louis villa Ky t Eaos Steady Fresh rebandlodt0a0 Market firm Best grades 15 alOe choice stock ISallc packing 14 r kensbcnAIalive 60 turkeys dressed 8alOc4uclurper per dos 175a3J25 t Jlnmoss Grcnn saltoJ SaScdr a tf Tt7FunsNos to 4 akunk prime bIack iOn SOc short strIpe narroxf stripe 20a40c brood stripe ISo opossum 6al5c mu ktat SaSoc red fox 50al25 gray fox 20a60c Sorghum molasses 22a 25c Per gaL beeswAX 84c pet IIb clover seed t275a325 per bu onions 273a800 pet bbL rags 50a60o per cwt- FsirnaflsPrlmo white goose 33a34c gray mixed or old SOaSOc QNiox SaveRod and yellow 45QahO0- white as to quality 600a700 r IM- DaiED ArptES New sundrfed active demand 2aSC liusw iHome grOTri bw crop 2lpa3J per bbl WOOL Best WaSpc barryJi5aiSfv tub washed 2aa3dc black clear 17al8c black burry 14t6c- 0n55rAirLzsMarkot lliighcjand firm Fancy 300afOO choice m fPon aOoa2s0 2iir V liar DGIWf strlcUy fancy person lOalOW Btmw portQn4iCOa 450earcorn34a35c1 shelled corn to bullc Bla35 feeding oats C2a33c wheat Jfo V0nth iDrivesiI For the next Thirty Days WJOFfFERu tylrndigol3IueIf i5cJi r New Pall Dressy Goods1naIi- grades V i SSee i newlfneiM AQpi styles jS2 i d q Nobby line Mens 4d Bo- yrjfI IA and StiffHatsi for early 41 trjj jrsh oe Dep rt et l 1Atn ever4embrclugaLL Ut t latest la Mens Ldte MiMes jand Cnildreos FalI f3 Wat f 1i i utiDontoJlouI1LrvPJMJCOi w iLarge stock bnrreys Buzie 1Road atarwsrs j roogis c 7 v t c iMc ho rRObe PlSonc b It l C7 C72IJt 11 CLEMENTS m S t i 4tr c J J i t5 t l PI M c 7fr 1S 4 l 3d1itoe tf1J i iIU f I lindertakeirsand1Yf t r ttlJiirniifiire DoIor8 Ifc1 i k i rV XXXXXC Q fox a r7 We niakea specialty embabiing worHi rbich donbyMr1C1esncintsgraduateofaachooo1cmtj4 J 0 jgtalmiagf andwp carry jevetyCliifig Undcakin tt jfe gOo and out stbdris COMPtiTPS ia t PfY I detaffi liz j L w spUyatt to day andnight 4 r Jifj 1 j s itt4 Our Mock of furniture is fine andcouicksc aJJfjl t rVnftwant Carpets Matting Rugs Bcdroeci Sui4s f 1 7 IROCkcrS TbtL t or aiything the L tuftlH i PIline give usa call C oc Cj p A tIfIIJ HitfMAIN STREET 3D SPRINGFIELD KY ir U fAti i tI f A 8USIN E58 EDUOATIOM if U afatHaMy aeeuturj t wtrt w taan who wouldwln ibcceu la This bring corcced II U th3tIsoie3esegetwut 0 tralJilDgat tho school thatt ataDdtlllthe uqZrontrankthe BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE j14- LOU SVILLE KY t jikkeeP tI SRprtKaivd TclcgrapKy Wagonetc 1 i ia ds in H Writo fore beautiful book giving twtla iiik from t gradaatea occupying prominent yoiHI a eYeV t Ithe United Statesit will be MtilcJ 7X11 HeadquarteFs8 d e f trJ 4IFOR TREJr RMEii iI MvrMtf W handle all kind of Far Imph naents and V5 agoiisj and carry a CQJpJetu I If Iline of Fine Etcuuc SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS The bet ivheat dril1n the market OIie mndtwo horse sizes i 1 c S JWeWnd ofSeed t je t tt THOMPSON r kKE r sSPRINGFIELDJKY iiNEWLIVERYF1kM i 2Jl WHARTONcTAPk S1 rf11 i irNow jady for Business withFlxQi tA- ccommodations r E vI Ii2t I JtIt GOOD O i f i ir GOOD BUqGPE f B p f tittit Specil attentiongiten board and feeicrer IW I 1 tA oaUi1 tjOe fft fli It r JacttJW Thompsons oTiiUn l SJR1NOrUJ fjre t t RIV I I iT WSLEADER J t 4 7j1 i a IIYIi lrf i lbrInfantsarniChildrenI 4 i 1 Kill1 You llae Always Bought i I h BEARSTHB SIONATUREOF i J L t j j r 0 uw17 NURY NtWYOI +ti 1 i 0i 1fH i fZ3NER01 WAlL llA 7ft e rths 1thtThs Is jp Ait has happened wIth- inI 111 go there myseltand reaftrH tneif Deane was In particular I thlirawDecemberJi fallen when they ought ve le his clerk had tipped 4 1 il JrJlvtand on his special and firt iiJJ h 1lcgobb the the fire grate ob Mrr1 JI i Ir W lronscquenUyandcorr- er 1 ii ts CU8L alis5 4 tI ki j andj1 444 tnect confidentlymind LIt rcijf tently to receive that k 9 1 t J11 Or else I shall feel my tl i wreiort tOAxtrem mCUj- Jt ot uadrstand7enkInsV csainly sir Iiia i i wont stand there starin like j i j jlrled Mr Deane In a sbd f ttoJtttlr Irritation and Jenkins k t v r ilke a shoti JI ft hour afterwards Mr L Uttab fere brushed the brown I r J loitlr t prlt led with gray away i rr liii square yet not unkindly J t tn his turllned oyer chillyIPr r t Vx nlhilate the defaulting Widow l t li J Ji rlwarah little red brick i t ji appeared originally to butry = ti fillJo tory and a half but the k sa CTVvfrE e like Brazilian pebbles S7r e iu sisps were worn by much k 4 5i either of these cireum t f im erdld Mr Dcahe re 1 brasaii 1lreverrsmau1IilJ of anthracite was f fjt testove and fit a table I rirTife Implements before her1 y Jtodywh m Mr Deane at SS f mad as Mrs Clarksoaa- hzaiieMeUen She was not if v e o look upon though you f ffs tavc thought of classing 4 tv Oie beauties with shiningc andS1ttfeK y mouth hiding teeth like 5aft so white were they SiJn Tpsd with a polite nod i aly reciprocated i Mr f I cd toseiyouraunt Miss I i t1moWs1t 3Ir but as 1 am aware tltdUcmperament I sent her iiyrtO deal with you my u I 5g trthecoo1 audacity jrrelln gray with scarlet riSec 4alr rather astonished I HS uJjii jEi ae money 1atead7t s siot J S LiXJ OHvc parddn mej must a 4 F yI shall eena an officer 4iLo11bf r o tJi do nothing of the kind 5 J t herlti ffJ rtlp taken out the key them HLt ji her seat SI Tc this meaiir ejaculated id prisoner of warl ici s sir that you will now be J ooslder the question I P Si 1 jv vint hardly lamp out of fS M t and there Jls no other t t s3 unless ypa choose to 3 11ney Now then Mr1 I iti i ciyot5tell me if youa fei iI 1nn Tn the nineteenth cfcn WJ jJJE 9 sell a poor widows t i cKtitarVa she li toot able to rj 5itur rEt Listen sir I Mi Cc bed opened his mouth to fit eIt but OUVe enforced her f T vgi a very emphatic little wNc soot and he was as I- tt 1c 1 =r Jru j TheIi 3i rpper 4S rac 1O r TcJpe 7 1ak thatfi f IZ n TreelTas a Uiinli of- T 11v rrom dipper They are 4 Jll JI1CS Quantity does nOt fIJ JIk ffor quality Its the quai f Siiit ijirea Theres ono infedi IppcdiW1P i Chrry Pectoral Theres V S iZtDr IA drops of thiz remedy IZJ irsful of clieap cough i oliira B urc Bro L tf 5AtIm Group Whooping- tJI1ul Colds Coughs and T t UOftJ i j1 F J 1 i 5I vff i rf t 1 lU j I i1 haIfMlittr yf 1iliiJ iou are vrnat ute worm cans a n uJ man Mr pease You own Owsoti houses piles ot bankstock railroad shares bonds and mortgages who knows what My aunt has nothing I support her by copying Now If this case be Carried Into a court of law my poor ailing aunt will be a sufferer jrou would emerge unscathed and profiting DemanftiIoUand I like you for them She paused an instant and looked Intently and gravely nlrDelneIThe color rose td his disagreeable to be told by a pretty 74u5ggiri that she lilted him on any tfrmtf yet she had indulged in pretty plain speaking 7 I have heard she went on of your doing kind actions wh nYou were in the humor of It You can do then and you shall In this instance You are cross this morning you know you are Hush no excuse you areI ceiflsh and Irritable and overbearing If I were your mother and you a lit tie boy I should certainly put you InI a cprnernntll yqu promised to be good Mr Deane smiled although he was getting angry Olive went on with the utmost composure But as It Is I shall only keep you here a prisoner until you have be laved and given me your word not to annoy my aunt again for rent until she Is able to pay you Then and not until then will yburecelTe your money Do you promise Yes or nol I certainly isliali agree to nb such terms said Mr Deane tartly cnnwaltt in the pocket of her grey dress an4 sat down to her copying Had she been a manA Mr Deane would probably have j knocked her down X3it wasshe wore an invisible armor of power in the very ta tthat she was a fragile slight woman and she knewit- MiEsfOHve hfr said sternly llet os terminate this mummery Unlock thai door 1MrD ilne I will not ii shall shout and alarm the neigh borhood then or call a policeman Very well Mr Deane do so If you please She dipped her pen In the ink and rbeganon aJfresh page Matthew sat down puzzled and discomfited and watched the longlathed eyes and faintly tinted cheek of his keeper She was Tcry prettyvhat a pity she was so obstinatet Miss Olive Slrt clock has Just struck twelve IhheardIt OUld like to go out to get some lunch I am sorry that that luxury is out of your power But rnuco rounded hungry Are you t And Im not LOjng to stand this sort of thing any lunger NoSHow Tjrovoklngly nonchalant she was Mr Dean eyed the pocket of the grey dress greedily and walked up 1thctroonrJietUshl1rhavean Jndeedl What ilIfti you will be unable to keep Jt fHe took another turn across the room Olive looked up with a smile Well are you ready to promise It yes What else can I do ItfHang promise because I cant help myself drew the key from her pocket eyesI very happy Mr Deane 1 dare say you think ine un womanly and unfeminine but Indeed you do not know to what extremities wearedriven by poverty Good morn Jug sir Mr Deane sallied forth with a curt otis complication of thoughts and emo tions struggling through his brain whIChgrT dresses longlashed blue eyes and scarlet ribbons played vromtncntpart Did you get the money sir asked the clerk when ho walked into the omceSMind your business sir was the tart response MrDealnpeckblmhusband will be The next day he called at the WId- ow Ctarksons to assure Miss Mellen that he had no Idea of breaking his promise and the next but one after that he came to tell the young lady she need entertain no doubt of his in tegrity And the next week he dropped In on them with no particular errand to serve as an excuse Tyhen shall we be married Olive Next month dearest Do not let us- putjt oft later MatthewReally Miss Olive Mellen to hear that meek tone one would suppose you 1Jhad never jpcked me up here and tyrannized over me as a Jailer laughYou you tohavemybargainIt 1 No Matthew Deane didnt he had veryrpleasant toil henpecked by Olive i facetious1zettng ISposeabout half price hereafter eh 1 alIto11untforthchllr r THE CUBAN INSURGENTS n re Crentea nn Unforlnnnto Sitnotloa for TIIC3nIeiIeflisju1 a MInntertitniing A member of tho Cabinet speaking about jthe unfortunate attitude bf the fearedthatItorre CubanInsurgentstfzat o wbcrcverthetheSpanidwouidUJt tsIeuts t1eage udQb1dl J xt if the people hopeS or cxp uuu iU sod real peace in n short time It the Presidents Judicial advice was adopt- t ed there was no reason whatever wh every Dan in Cuba within the protection of the military authorities of the States should not have thei1 1frei opportunity whatever to act unjustlyrI towards their former enemies This determination nte part of the United StateB conUnued the Min later should not provoke a spirit of resentment toward uE but the people of Cuba Spanish and Cuban were not like us And we couldnot pretend to understand as they understand Selfr IntereAt with the Cubans however might be expected to govern them If they wpuiq Stop to think at all With out our help they would continue to misgoverned by Spain Cnnni1nifciT COT rzorGenernl The Earl cf JUItowlohas been appointed governor general of Canada tsthe1fourthViscount Meigund Iud Baron of Mlnlo and In the Scotch peerage he has the title of baronet His name is Gilbert John MurrayKynynmoundElllott He j is the son of the third earl of Emma Eleanor Elizabeth daughter and heir of General Sir Thomas HJslpp Bart G C B In 1885 he married Mary Caroline the daughter of General the Hon Charles Grey and succeeded his father In 1891 He was an ensign and lieutenant In the Scots Fusilier Guards In 1867 and retired in 1870 When the British Government asked for Canadian voyageurs to go to thi Nile In KS4 the earl as Lord Meigund- worked night and day to expedite the fitting out and despatch of the expo dition He it was that gave the voy ageurs their farewell parting speech bidding them godspeed and steadying their hearts as they embarked and he it was who bade them welcome and commended them on their return When the Hell rebellion broke out the military spirit of Lord i could not rest so near action being actively engaged and he sought and obtained the position of chief of the staff to Major General MIddleton In that capacity his disregard of den ofiwork endeared him to all hearts Gen eral regret was expressed when Lady Mulgunds Ulness caused his departure before the campaign was fully closed 11 IIn all social events he was as success ful and as genial as In the other of life Tho Earl of MInto will fln numerous friends to give him a warm- wolrnma on his rpura 0 Cachdai t tSpUhl niche IIf Spain really wants to keep up tho fight and can get funds In no other way she might turn to her cathedrals When she was at the zenith of her rejmost part that wealth remains today There are many chapels that to the depth of two inches are worth their weight In gold Not only ore the mo saics that cover tho walls of very high value but the snrlnes are loaded with rare ornaments and in many cases with precious stones of great size and worth A chapel in the great Cathe of Sevllla haa a Virgin Ifgbted by Idral emerald fixed in the roof above head and the garments of the Vii onjtbjotnbut a country would be far gone deed to make use of so sacred relics for carrying on an unholy war At uresent they are rigorously guarded k RAILROADS IN SPAIN Total BXIleago Kqo l to One of Our WeU era Cotajmule There is not nnch celebration of anything in Spain this year but there was she might celebrate Ui eemicentennlal anniversary of the opening of the first railroad In that kingdom In 1848 the Barcelona Rail road so called extending eighteen miles from Barcelona to Mataro was opened to traffic Mataro is a small town on the Mediterranean nortbea of Barcelona and these eighteen mile 3 of road constituted at that time Spains only contribution to the railroad mileage of the world the neighboring country France having at the same period a railroad mileage of 1500 and Great Britain 3000 Since then there has been a slowly intermittent increase of what is sometimes grandiosely called The Railroad System of Spain two obstacles to the development c which have been the unbusinesslike methods of the Inhabitants and enormous engineering difficulties Spain has been wholly denuded of forests at the headwaters of rivers and as a consequence there are frequent overflows carrying with them railroad bridges trestles and embankments to 1the constant peril and annoyance of passengers IThere are now in Spain 7550 sills of railroad less than onethird of Ui number In Great Britain France or Russia and less than onefourth of the number in Italy The relative InsigniI ficance of the Spanish tem appears best In comparison with- American ralhrpads a single line the Chicago Burlington and Quincy hay- Ing an aggregate mileage of 7400- owned operated or controlled or near SpainIverbially slow the rate of express trains being twentyOva miles an hour and of way passenger trains from- twelve to fifteen They seldom run on scheduled time and it Is the testimony of all travellers that they never make connections The amount of baggage allowed each firstclass passenger on a Spanish railroad is sixtysix pounds but the railroads are not responsible for Its loss nor tare their officials re sponsible for its identification Tho charges on Spanish railroads are re markably high being at tbet rate o cents a mile on firstclass trains and 3 cents aml1eon secondclass train about dontl ilieAuicrteaii average The railroad lines of Spain were built partly by private capital partly l IgovernmentalJamounted tp over 1000 6op000 pesetas Although tWrall toads of Spain are directly under the control of the Government and al though about onelhird of their cop strUctipn was paid hytho Government they are owned byprivate companies and abutt threefilths of the stock of the Spanish railroad Is owned in FranceTrFrench investors have grad jually absorbed the securities which sold at a depreciation pay a hlghrato of Interestt French and English en sincere sujorvls d generally the son tMrfca of Spanish railroads l Ue MOTHER There is no wordoull II t 9f meaning and about which such tencir anti holy recollections cluster as that of MOTHER ihe who watched over bur helpless infarrcyandguid ed our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Moth cr is beset with danger and all effort should be made to avoid it Mottos Friend so assists nature in the change tak tfthei ExpecntMot1ic enalible jJ glOOmYforeJboding ItsuscJns Jres safetyto the lives of both Mother and Child and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short it makes Childbirth natural and easy as somany haves id Dont bel persuaded to use anything but II MOTHERSFRIENDMy II utes with either of her other two chil rldren than she did altogether with leaving previously USed four Jlerl ties of Mothers Friend It blessing W nuy one expecting to come a MOTHER says ft customer HENDEHSON DALE CarmI Illinois II Of Drarclitsnt or sea by express on receipt of price Write for book containing toattmonlali and ralnablo Information for nit Mothers froe Tha Bndflold Bepilttor Atlanta Gs stations or terminal raciluies or tue companies are the products of domestic industry as any observant but forbear ing traveller will admit The railroads of the United StateaI carry In a year about 600000000 pas sengers and they transport about 800 tons of freight There are 33 cent more tons of freight carriediper passengerstITheferior facilities which they offer to travellers depend more upon passenger than upon freight traffic carrying In a year a much larger number of passengers than they do tons of IreighL In 1897 the Spanish rail roads carried 27000000 passengers but- they carried only 12000000 tons of freight The difficulties of passenger traffic on Spanish railroads are enhanced in ratherIiamusing than Passengers are expected to arrive at the station at least half an hour before the train leaves in order that sufficient allow ance may be made for the dilatory pro ceedlngs of the railway officials Duri ing part of each day and In some clt lea the larger part of each day the railway stations are closed and thee ticket offices do not open until an hour before thajime scheduled for the de parture ofItra1u closing a quarter of an hour before it is due IThe hapless tourist In compliance with Spanish railroad custom must have his ticket before ho is to enter the waiting room and as thisI ticket must be bought fifteen minutes at least before the train starts and as the train may be anywhere from an hour to three hours late his opportunities for reasonable complaint are numerous and are not diminished by knowledge of the fact that he is payI ing more for his ticket according to the distance travelled than is the rule on American or English railways peculiarity of railroad travel In Is to be found in the tact that IOae of the railroad company are as a matter of right to the best seats even regardless of the tickets sold passengers In what is sometimes called cheap railroad travel In Spain many of the passengers ride on Ittbe roots of the cars but whether It is toebetter advantage or enjoy greater comfort and bettor ventilation Is not known In some tipanlsh railroad stations notwithstanding the meagreness of their accommodations an admission fee is charged similar to a theatre it being the theory of some of the Span ItIsh railroad officials that the eagerness of some persons to find solace on the wooden benches of railway stations Is an Item of available revenue not to bo disregardedS fiST R EON FISHING fattoring nairTon lushes Is No IMnhook lUor r I saw a sturgeon In Victoria on the ToIfthe tape and weighing more than six hundred pounds Any one wishing to deceive the public by aId of a prevarl eating camera should pose beside this twelvejfoot flab The men who skll fully and laboriously reduced It to sec tlons with an axe said it was not an uncommon flab though the biggest onI the floor that they often found them tar larger and weighing as much da tet thor boat is the exciting feature of sturgeon fishing The sturgeon if not fastened In his thick hide is apt to resent It He shakes his head In emphatic dissent and a head three feet long and M big as a log when vigor ously shaken by a halfton body Is a thing to bo avoided Tho tall too is a source of danger for It not only slaps with energy but can cover a largo sur face with ono application The man new at the business Is apt to get hurt the first time he helps to coax a wrig gUng sturgeon of standard size over a gunwale On the floor of the cannery the stur geon is a great Inert mass of fish The first operation of the butcher Is to chop oft the head and tall with an axe and for these free gifts of nature the In dlans and Chinamen are eagerly walt ing at the door The fins are cut oft with a knife and these are not allowed shovtp tharJver- Ihere is little allot d to pass the coast native and blscollnof the braided hair Chinamen potter around the place and help tp clear away the ref use for the sake of what they can glean and have a eaknesa for taking parts not intended lor the river When Buch Mongolian tricks are discovered tboChlnamenareDl1drlvcnotitwllh more noise than ceremony butt they take their expulsion with Oriental difference and In a Jew minutes are all tacit again Preferable Cboily1reaIly tont Iq whatI fill Sf Ucm meantdon rkblv J Alg What Tas ItUcuhboy Ch6lyII awJBked her If the didnt think I made gopdcompfthy andfihfi said I left nothing to be desired t Clubbing List The beist Magazines and- New spapers published in the country offered ait re duced rates to NEWSI REAPER subscriber Asnspcsial intittceipent tg nw subs ribeta and old oneswlio renew we havdnt no little rouble and ex pense inaiVe nrrnngcmentB with a Jarge t number ot magazines and newsprip era 10 offer them at greatly rdduced rates In tome oases we offer you the Nws LEAiE anii the other publication together for one year att the price of the one Now i the time to begin nnd here is a list of some of the offers WITH NEwSLuAnEfl Lonigville Posts daily 9275 Courier Jounul twice a week 15 Louisville Cuipmeicinl dnily 50 121ouiSVlleFanners Home Journal 17b Cm CommorcialTribune 140 Cincinnati Enquirer 150 Country Gentleman 800 Interstate Poultry man 180 Ohio Tanner 150 Independent 850 Silver Knight lfiO St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 Century Magazine 450 St Nicholas 850 Southern Floriot and Gardenr 150 f MafloworJ JJ80- llaipers Magazine 100 llnrpt rs cekly 425I harpers Bazar 425 II irpers Round ruble 250 N 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