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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rV V 1iiii lW8LEMER1 established I k sryi8I4acobnatIono I L I Wahi4o Co ty Leader ittI Iiftwi 18O4 r j4i rH I 29 1898 iVoli V S Y j tt R iIJt 4 THE Ieon hand for the summer on the BEST rigs in Fastand safe horses E reliable drivers g i TAi ATENTIO a Livery nnectio with thO t iSprin eld Hotel Jt Jt I MAiN sTlu a = = St KINGrM LD KY lcfttN 8 1OUR BINGFHBLtt county scat oWVaah j hiiiiboityl Mmllcs southwest of Lex t t taitoi lleafrom Lxul vtllo on Bards fewa branch of Loulsvlllo and Nashvfllf railroad in a farialnp and agricultural t 1 trict Two banlw telegraph arid telephone 11u expreM offlc Jlnur mills lumbci op ropvlation 1100 population oi atyl58 Rpreeazatfvea Oonltftss Hon D H m4th1Th4pnvILe Lv Reprcaeotati re in Kentucky Lcgiajaturo HataSaeBaa BejireeinWtlTtftB tJtato BeatovHbn U ft C MeCherd Bprla fleld JCy COUNTY 4V1 euT Circuit Coirtbg1na on the fourth t Yebry May and October CE lattw Jude W B Sweacy Commonwealth Attorney ltCa pbeIIlblwir TW 8ms a r Commissioner q UA7lRLY COURT i iuftrfery Court la held on the third Mon cija marj ArUiily and October 2 ui 1 tv onntyeoert cj be the f uiJ 1 4ar In each month tB 1reltabYlqd tW F Hooktr Cpamjy Clerjkt t or B j jR Smith Jailer IB powo1tRblriif v R Thurinan a J I r t T P OBryan Maor w J R VTM tiiniiit A B Campbell ootTiia5Pre1 W R Ibff PQJ udEf John Gtatp iIr li W 0 Rev CIty Attorney Juuitice court ore hold in January April July and October v CHURCH i BAPTIST DHURCH T C O P1Jb Faitor Bcrvlcea every i i Sunday at 11 av m andS R nu sunday cho At sok Pray It XeetLn olrWedI i eiitr nlbt 1E7fJ m 4 t liar BP Atkinson Paitor Services on the 7Ir t mnd Third Sundays to each 1t1ntb itjLxaandSpm t PRESBYTERIAN OHUBCH Kov RE Q Lawson PttprSet vices every Bnnda at U am anftR p m Prnyar Meet big ovcryTbnnidayPigh CATHOLIC CHURCH RevF P Hunncsyj Mtor Serrlocn evnry Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a n Service mt St ROM tame hour XSQMIO LODOB Springfield lodgeNo 50 Meeta oecond Hondty ia each month Washington R O chapter No 87 meets every third Monday Springfield Council NoS2 meets every fourth Monday ICscioBTi or MeetS every second and fourth Monday Jn each month fcuan rser MiCAHEEs Meets every igrst Wednesday of eachnionth L and N TIME TABLE ill ot Trains 4 = tiff u 43 v I ifP Ki iOS 13 48 Arrlngfleld Ev 5 80 i M 0 83 13 VaJJey lUll 5 80 0 4s W 03 BcIkerli 47147 51tM Uttakcs 5541S 0 20 11 87 Woodlawn G03t1S BIS ll27h Early Times lUQ 500 Jl Bardstown 23 55 r 5 33 W50 Nazareth 0 803 03 5 45 80 Samuels 6413M C 20 10 25 Deatsvlllo 6 45 3 50 827 10 Cano Spring G634V05 511 1000 Hobbs 6W415 500 953 + K 0 43 Bardstojm Junct 7 00 4 40lr 8hephnrd vlUe 7 20 4 43 Hubors 7 27 4 3j South ark7 39 4 27 ft M South Louisville 7 5 65 4 00 LYEulsvllleAr 050 10 fM XM AMPM medical rerorenco rook any portion afflicted with any specie ihroul or delicate Uleenso peculiar to their Address the loading pbyst clans end Rurzeons of the United States Dr hathaway it Co 70 Dearborn street Chlca n T vvms AC L8 IN ext otv Take laxative Bromo Qulnbi Tablets Ml druggists refund the money if It f tails to euro 2W For sao by Hllydofl k Ro5eftua nd Waters Browflo jr 4 5VRUPOURC OONTATION pjjJ1 PEPSIl N 1 d w j ww v THE NEWSLEADER 1liNewSeiiel NoSPIUNGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER oOA 1 16 OYERYMAN Harmon i1Jand tcommerciahinJ l DIRECTORY DIRECTORY 7UtaoyJidg MayeLcoaPtvAttorney 181dne1 I1tLDOIcio 4UJbTOOURT DIRECTORY TitODiRTOHuiiCl FRXTERNKL RDERS1 uwpirtwfl Ctearmont7R4gO Personalf- RBISrWpUKe i THE LINE DRAWN I EETW SECTARIAN RELIGION AND OHRISTTANITY W OSEPH CARDER 1C j I 1 Sectarian religion in fashion tiday t Has become anti christian and passing away It serves as a cloak to cover up sin It looks fair on the outside but as it strikes in We learn more and more how ty cut and to carve And tZ lay up for self while a brother may starve It drags us to meeting and when we get there TA jingle of words must be said for a prayer We pull down our jfacesan try to look sad And when its all over we feel rather glad And as it strikes deep it troubles us more It makes some of our brothers and sisters so poor That they can but seldom or ever appear Jtngaririents thats fit for a beggar tq wear P In our steepled houses so higli and so grand = That we have erected all ovdr the land i i And oft when we sit in the house ofourGodf And take a look over a gala dressed crowd And see brother Lazarus enter the door v With garments all tattered because he 1spoorri Our good pious feelings teIBO taortifled That we would be gladffoPa place wee to hide And then we knee1 down and we beg and we pray For God to bless poor folks or keep them away Itis true we profess our Lord to believe That it is more blessed to give than receive jIBut in practice we say that the chief end ofinan- Is to keep all youve got and get all you can And the devil take the hind ones because theyre behind And this way the blind ones are leading the blind 0bougb the church boasts nIsit as a queen and am rich I- tH garments are already trailed in the ditch And her children are struggling in county ando t w- n1To climb up themselves while they tramp others down We gamble for Gods sake with cakes and gold rings And sticking the donkey and such funny things t Thus robbing the church of her power to complain Of gamblers whogamble to get themselves gain Should the Bridegroom appear iin the halls of our mirth With the question of shall I find faith dn the earth What utter confusion and rushing about v To find that at midnight ourlamps have gone out How astonished to find while trim ming our lamps t Thatijudgment proceeds our treatment of tramps i Rich professors go forward the Bridegrbdm greet I was hungry he cries and ye gave mfe no meat V Lord we built costly churches and gave them to Thee iassickarid ye ministered not untb me i But whe1e wast Thou Lord when we did so to Tt4ee i i was sick aftdin prison and ye came not to litfe t Now oil in rbur lamps not needed to see r That your treatment of tramps was your treatment of me i 111or as ye have done tmto the least of theezmy rpthren ye have done unto me n t tt v t1 Odds and Ends ot Qosslp f a nEOU li NED Reginald Clem jff ents one of the Washiiigton boys who enlisted with the First Kentucky regiment and who saw service in Porto Rico was on our streets Monday being con gratulated by his friends on his Safe reluf Reginald while in Porto Rico fell a victim to ty phpid feveV whjch dread disease caused more suffering in thenrnks of the American sol die s Curing the war than Span iish bullets and he has just re covered enough to be brought home He says that the last he saw of his comrades in Company was at Mayaguez where he IIK left behind in a hospital Vin g been attacked with fever This was on August 25 and he lay in the hospital there until about September 1 when he together with about 400 other sick and wounded soldiers were tqken on board the hospital ship Relief and brought over to Phil adelphia where he remained untjil a few days ago Reginald says that the sick soldiers were not given much attention in the hospital at Porto Rico some of themreceivmpnOIIlediQine at althut thatat he hospital at Phil adelphia they were well taken care of lIe 1on a thirty days furlough and says that he will bo ready for duty at the end of that time and is willing to join the regiment in Porto Rico if so ordered FROM THEMSeveraj NEWSI have been received from the soldier boys in Porto Rico duringthapastfowi days by friends andrelatives here and the description pf the qountry and the experiences contained therein make interesting reading Among the let ters is orfe received by his parents irom Ed McElroy which tells many of his adventures in that foreign country The letter is written from Ponce and bears the date of Septembers 1It is written just after along and tiresome march from Mayaguez in which the soldiers ehcxiuntery Ied many hardships IfcXvas diir i this marchthat ess Brookg was drowned Ed in speaking of his death says that he was oply an uneducated farm nndr but one of the most honest h hearted men he mid ever known and he had made friends with in the Heeveryone regiment I says further that the boyss while enjcyingj1j sights and I scenes and iincidents on the I island to a crtafn extent dre very willing to come home as there isi no prospect for any fighting The Spaniards ho t says are very cowardly When troops were sent out to capture a town they would invariably find it deserted the Spaniards having fled at the first news of the approach of the Americans j Ed says that he ha in bis pos session a trophy which he prizes v very highly in the shape of a Spanish flag which ho secured with his own hands as floated over a barracks at Mayaguez which the Spanish soldiers had just desQrted He says that he has refused many otTers to part with the flag and intends to bring it home with him I t 4 HARDER The poem on seb y tarian religion and Christi unity which we publish this week t is written by Uncle Joseph Car der who lives in the Texas neighborhood this county and who is quite a unique character He is the author of quite a number t of articles and poems his t favorite topicsbeing religion and t P9litics Some verses from his pen entitled The Golden Calf It recently appeared in the Louis ville Dispatch and he has at different times had other poems J published Uncle Joe is a Pop ulist of the deepest dye and there iii perhaps not a better t posted man on the history of national politics in the country from Abraham Lincolns time down to the present day than he Ho was born in this state but lived a good part of his life in Ohio He says that he went i to school very little in his life tt and that he was almost a grown man before he could read and cilrincilcilt t ion and for several years taugh school He is fond of talkinj on the two subjects religioi and politics which are his hob bfes 8100 REWARD IOO Th6readersotthspaponvlli bo pleased to leurn that there la at least one dread od disease that Kcicnco has boon ablb to cnroln nil its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fra tornltv Catarrh being constitutional disease requires a constitutional treat merit Halls Catarrh Cure Js takonl In ternally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying tho foundation of tho disease and giving tho putjent strcngthhy building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Tho propr tore hayq so much faith in Its curative powers that they otTer Ono Hundred Dollars for any cue that it falls tocuro Son 1tor list of testimon Isle Address F JCheoney CoToledo 0 J SQld by Druggists 75c Ualls Family PlUs are tho be- atWILLISBURG I From Our Regular Correspondent We are having u good meeting at Willisburg which is being conducted by W N Briney of Leesbur Harrison county He lis a fine speaker anti each evening the house is crowded to overflowing Heridersor Hardms house was destroyed by tire Sunday morning The origin of the fire is unknowr there being no one at home at the time It was a good bouse He had no insurance f Corn is selling at til in the fieldAustinObeatbam who has been iin Illinois for some time is at home M Homer Duburn and wife of CDrnishville le attended church here Sunday Mrs Lency Glider has returned from a visit to relatives in Anderson county Mrs Harbour Crouch is visiting relatives in Louisville this week Miss Ida Birch is visiting in DanvilleT Miss Emma Champion of Anderson county is visitingJ friends here We were visited by a severe electrIc slorm Monday night llnchleuM R mica Snlro The best salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers salt fever sores tetter chapped bands chilblains corns anaall skin eruptions and positively cure piles or no pay required t is guaranteed to give perfect atisfactidn or money refunded rice 25c per box For sale by laydon Robertton Tetter SaltRttcum and Eczema Tho intense Itching and smarting ind allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bid cases avo been permanently cure by it ItJIs equally efficient for itchina piles and t fAvorite remedyfor soro nipples happed hands chilblains frost blteJ nd chronic sore eyes 23 cU per boxI Dr Cadvs Condition pond nare just whata horeo needs when In bnd ondition Tonic blood purifier and prmifnge They tire not food but medicine and the best in use to put a ibrao in primo condition Price 25 cents per package FISH AND FISHING t the title of a very interesting leaflet just- Isued by tho Chicago Mllvvaukoo and St Paul Railway descriptive of the fishing resorts along its lines It will bQ found of Dtcrcnt to the profeulonal anglers as well- to the amateur A copy will bo sent ny address on receipt of a twocent stomp or postage Address Gco H Hcafford ienl Pass Agent Chicago IlL Conways Appointment Todays Courier journal con ales a dispatch from Frankfort announcing that Judge Jones bad appointed MrB T Conway of this city his campaign chair nan The article further stated hat there was great opposition IIthatII AntiLewis feeling Jones would be knifed by his party ybile as we have ber totor ntimated we believe Judge tones will be buried in November and that it doesnt make much differonco who serves in tbe capacity of master of cere blues to his obsequies we dd not believe tbe appointment of 111 Conway has injured his rospects Mr Conway is a apable man and hs appoint aent was very likely well con sid red by Judge Jones who is cer- tinly qualified to rfilnnt a chief eutenant Moreover the Anti ljthingi lj ble IctdsCOyer 01tlert q Journal article would ind cat The Falcon has always cqnsid ered Judge Luwis as onepf the very best as one of the ablest men in the Republican party iin this state Judge Jones certau made no serious mistake itn choosing our townsman as his campaign chairman Lebanon Falcon Robbed lite Grove A startling incident of whit1h Mr John Oliverof Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows 11 was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eves sunkei tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker dav by day Three physicians had given me up Fprtanately a friend advised trying Electri BItterS and t my great joy and surprIse the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three week and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbe the grave of another victim one should fail to trythem Ouly bOa a bottle at Hay don Rob ertson fENWIGK Fiom Our Special Correspondent Capt John Smith of Louisville after a rploasant visit at Fenwick returned to Springfield Saturday Messrs Clem Brown and Nick Boon of East Washington wer visitors at the parsonage Sunday Miss Bettie Nunan of Louis ville visited her home and her friends from Saturday nut Tuesday Mr James Logsdon a forme citizen of this county has bee n visiting relatives here Mi Logsdon has passed the foui score mark and is one of be pioneer settlers of the count He is at present making hh home with his daughter at Let suonMiss Hettie Rudd tbe very competent instructress at District No 16 spent Saturday and Sunday at Miss Montgomerys Mrs Dan Thompson returnei home on Suniay from a visit t ber brother Martin D Hill nea Science Hall Miss Pearl Adams spent several days at and near Perry viiiI vast week in the interest Lymai Turnbulls history of the Span- Ish American war Miss Myrtle Fenwick lleft on Monday for Louisville to spent several weeks with friends Mrs Kincheloe Bishop of Brush Grove spent Sunday with Mrs Kinnard Smith at Fenwick Miss Ella Adams is visiting friends at Fred ricktown Miss Carrie Champion will spend this week at the Sharp Springs near Booker Mrs Major Davios near this pillage is dangerously ill and tier friends are very walclful of her condition NoTon o for Fifty Cents Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes Wont non strong blood pure Ii All druggists Snap Shots With a Graphophonc The Graphophone is to the ear what the photographic camera iis- to the eye and more for the rraphophona catches Instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter sting use of n Gr phophone iIs to matte records of your friends voices to bepreserved for future use You can catch the story 01 your jolly friend just as he told itt or the favorite song of somi- oved one jupt as she sang it and lave it reproduced perfectly at any time and as often as yon lease Besides the Grapho phone affords wonderful entertainment in the way of repro luclng tbe music of bands or ihestras or vocal or instru mental soloists No investment win return so much in pleasure as the purchase ot a Grapbo hone It iis the perfect talking nacnine Write for catalogue No 80 to Ih6 Columbia Phono graph Company No 919 Penn ylvania Ave Washiiigton DG CANTED Several Trustvfortlij Per tons in this state to mango our ualnesain their own and nearby coon tlM It is mainly office work conducted tbomb SnOtty straight 000 a year aOl- l1oxpenSODofinUo bona tine no more 75 lloforonceu statipca envoi Pcs j Dept M ChIcago POLIN From Our SpetUl Jorrgponden Mrs Owen Woford and two children Clayton and Celestii have returned tome after a pleasant visit to her parents of Marion county Mr Sam Pirtle and wife r Lebanon visited the family JL Williams last week Miss Roxie Leigh ofy Merce r county is visiting ber parent at this place this week Dock Duncan of Early Times mode a flying trip to Polin last SlturdayIMrs Warner of Mercer is visiting her daughter Mrs Leigh of this place Mrs Lem Chesser and Mis Lizzie Grlgsby were the peasant guests of Mr fid Smith llnd wife Sunday last Miss Mattie Hays is the gues of Miss Adalinb Merritt this weekMiss RussollhPresbyter this week Mr Will Yates of Kirkland visited T J Trent and jamjl Saturday and Sunday Remarkable Rcnctic Mrs Michael Curtain Flail Sold 111 makes the statement that she caught cold wbich set tied on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse H 3 told her she was a hopeles vie tim of consumption aDd that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kioisi New Discovery for Consumptio she bought a bottle and to he r deliabt found herself benefilte 1 from first dose She continue i its use and after staking slxbot ties found herself sound and well now does her own housework and is as well as she every was Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at Haydon Robert son Large bottles 50c and Farm for Sale I hdve for sale a farm consisting of 200 acres of good lan situated about five miles northwest of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling Darn and improvements More than half s in pasture and the balance rader cultivation It contains some fine tobacco land It is situated three miles from Valley Hill postoffice and railroad station and on a good turnpike 0 M KEfcTY Springfield Ky Three Doctors Intonftnltation From Benjamin Franklin When you arc sick what you hko jcstls to lho chosen for a nibdlclno in tho irat place what exporienco tells you Is beat ti to be chosen in tho second place hat reason o Theory says is best bo chosen in the mat place But if yui can get Dr Inclination Dh Kxporionc and Dr Reason to hold a consulntloi rtcothor they will give you tho lest id vine that can bo taken When you davo a bad cold Dr Inclin lion would recommend Chamberlain ough Kemody because it Is pleasant to take Dr Experience would rocom mend ft because it never falls to effect a speedy and permanent cut PrIlcasoi votld recommend it because it Ig pro Kwed on sclnntlfic riuciplea and acts on naturbu plan in rolfoylnR tbe lungs poning the secretions and restoring thi yaiotn to a natural and SMithy condition For salo by Ilaydoh it Rooort son Notablo Now Gomers In Instruction and interest nq other anyIUn ted menageries constitute not onl v the largest but in many respects the rarest nnd moat valuable on Intbe world It loAe contains a school o trained seals and sea lions a huge oubloheadod flamatra rhinocoroas a giant male hoppopotamua a mag jflcont snow white polar bear two trango saddleback tapirs a stately ifrican eland a beautiful Niger ante loo and a moet singular Ethiopian gnu or horned borsse All these un common and expensIve saVago creatures with a host of uncnnmorated ones added will be seen at Lebanon FrIday October 14I1S a grand ode ational annex to the br411Iant andi varIed aqta and races In this instance the menagerie is n6b a chodj and commonplace pretext to allore pat uRge but a splendid factor in profitable and meritorious enteitainment oft which it is desired that all fcbould tke the fullest advantage Ample tible ia always given for this both aforo and after the arenlb perform nncesor which due notice is given anafor which seats for nil comers ute rovided So take your time learn and wonder YOUou ht to know thatwhxfi ur rioR trots any kldnoy tronlilo that n BnreSUro rbmedys 1olov a kidheyTCunf uarnntood ors moupjr rprundqd flay don liobcrtbn 0ICTHE widoawako btuiMM BUM cmnf 1 J through tfifl column ot the NEWs LEADEB reach the farmers aasi other bnyer8Itj BEST ADVEwnnxo MBBittk v AD VICE TO AGDLSTALDO Agninaldo youre A wonder So you be With your army iaistng thunder By the sea i Oh you capibalistio cuss You have got it in form And you make hnawfnl fussy Holly JBcet Agulnaldo you confirm us r In your courseil With y frQwSyepldcrri1fsAnd Voipe which howls till wearc ndt And Ill tell you now my lad If we spank you youll bp glad Tiant worse Acninaldo heed thla warning Make a sneak Think it over till morning Era you speak Tako your whistle andy ul awordI Hunt another plaoo to board Ereyour skin by bewey gored SSpringealeak st LouIs PoBtDispatch How to Prevcait Croup f Wo havotwo children who are su- bjctIjj to attacks of croup Whenever attack fa coming on my wife glvcthcD1I hainbcrlaln4 Rcmody hnd It always prevents tho attack Jts 1 houftdbuld necessity in this county nnd no matter wbnt clso run out of1 would nut do to be without Chamber Jains Cough Remedv Moro ot its soli hero than of nil other cough medicine combined J Jli Xlttklo o NIcklo Bros merchants of NlcHevlllc Pa Ftnsal b Uaydtfii t KoUcrtaon Face to Faca With Death General Greelyjn the Octobcr Ladies Home JournalI tells for the first time the details ofbis awful vinter Bt Cape Sabine Eighteen of his party of twenty four Articexplorers had perished from cold anctstarvatioi Vhet n Captain notV Admiral SWey heading a relief farly rescued the survivors just in tbbnickOi- time Slimmer crept slowly 01 but food came7 grudgingly writes Gen Greelyach worked to the end and even or the verv morn one ever knew that Death would thaVday toed him One after another passed and when a mighty summer gale from the south brotte our hUh erto uninterrupted scientif1cob servation there Were left sever wall spectres There was Dot tho physical strength to raise the wind struck tent and the end was in sight Was It to be lice or death It was foolish to hope for even did not the midnight sun that ma ked midSummer from that very day June 21 leave us with coming winter in utter darkness Had we eves who wereleft gone jhrough all these two hundred and seventy eight days of suffering Bond those icy scenes for naught l But for all that there was strong faith that this gale must faver the American ships that must be working northward through the Iice And this laUD In country turned to reality forty hours later when our nations sailorsj vied In tender offices and sympathy for their comrades oft e AtmyJUus saved from death NEWSLEADER 100 a year ELECTION OFFICERS The election commissioners for Washington Bounty met oh Monday and appointed the foli lowing officers to act at the NDvember election District No 1 Fied rJ ktown L A Hamilton and vWm Filiatrean judges J W Combs clerk Miles golLy sheriff No 2 Mooresvnio Dudley Shehan and Ji R MQ0OjUdOSiY HlHusEon clerk Dudley Barlow sheriff No 3 WflhIebprgT Etyllson and Merit Hangate judges J M Brown IIclQrk 0 R Oheatham sheriff No 4 North T Scrogham and 0 G Brown judges T D Graham clerk 0 0if Barnett sheriff No 5 HendrenVW S tTolvin and Drew Yanoy judges Ja8j- Royalty clerk 8 O Milton sheriff No 0 MSokvIlIiJ Q Hovfrell and W B Hatch tt Jiidgfj Matt Yof1lJ clerk T J Nally flheriff iNo 7 Ppttavlllo G W Sparrow and Marion Brady judges Charles 06yle clerk Wm Milbnrn sheriff No8 Springfleld J A LankTord and W P Clements Judges G 0 Wharton clerk J P 8an8buryBherlff No9 J ANally and W S Clark son judges J P Edelen clerk JH Waters sheriff No lOW If Edmonds and W H Mnllican judges 0 At Thompson olerk AO Kfmball sheriff No U Kelly firank MMartIa1iirid J N Kelly judges B B Legimanf alerk Mike Fitzgerald sheriff r Nb 12 Brush GrpvorJohn Gordon jntk Henson Scottt Jud1iJ fiunter iusi I1cik Toaepbdj Bhrtif 1 Tholl1 tlulaira tMta ifcw k j ii teiro1ImrIasYIrwM WI f Miit = f POwO ea you f A Mystcrlott3 Woman TheBmpressbt Austrias death f was lessan assassination thitna release Ass girl she was beat thaI as victory Herejes won pools of purple her mouth scarlet thread QLa temrjoni ment curiously vibrant in her mind strange tenants dwelled She charmed when she did mitt ropel It is related th it oncuf upon alime in a small room ot tv large house three little girls were seated They were pretty they were poor and they wer princesses Before them stotiil t a fat man with a white beard In r one hand ha held a chart in tins 0j other a stick With the sticJO he pointed to the ceiling From the chart he read The little girls had been told that be WII 4 ah astrbloger They thought him very amusing To the first he said You will be a duchess and be burned to death TofthV 7 second You wilt be a queen alt l fly for your lire You will be ltfi empress and go mad on your throne The little princesos weae properly pleased and bc cominly alarmed The first the Duchess dAlendon was bnrnpl alive last yearin the Paris Bazdrv The secocdgrfiw up to be Quet rt rof Naples The third was Froi rrt cis Josephs wife The story may not tbe exact and yet iftft were f In any eyent though tViiV astrologer may have forseen 1e fillas h1could noiwiortell this J reginacide It is true the lattrr is less common Yet it was nis the former which turned thf j f tEhtabotht partly to those mysterious Jet denciesrwhic are called beted sty party to tragedies in inlpU When she did not collaborate sir stood a witness but chiefly te the microbes which swarm In th sweats of the mighty to that m adjr known as imperiallsis whicti afflicted the glittering vounj J empresses of old Rome Ejfipe husband she was adored Bum there are natures to Whom Hut adoration ot a monarch of cvci j a god does not suffice lo ou effort for something higher Vr lower in an effort for the super t sensible perhaps sleep toiAi t r leave ol her To recover it Bh i chased from the StpVian Alps iii Irish bogs and back again Th pursuit was continuous It ahr1 tounded the world It was IiiS leneva a fortnight since thnl the found it The wearieit riv rJ winds somewhere safe to sea Edgar Saltus in Colliers TANTEDSavcral Trustworthy Pir X sons in title statu to manage intf lusiness in their own nnd nearby conlo tieS It bmAlnly onion work conduct tit c bomo Salary straight aiyear ntI ItIlOEncJose selfnddmased stamped enve opn herbert E Hoes Frost Dept t t CbhIIIO DM You Tain t1 t1ottS Emulsionthrough the winter If so vo are sure it quieted your cough healed the rawness ih your throat increased your welxhrloSrave you more colrand mads feel better iii every way gju perhaps your coufh has come back afate or you Ire set tine a little thin sad pile Thea why not coatiiue the ame helpful remtcly riflir hrcuth the summer It will do t r6u as much food atwJKfi the vestkerls cold Its persistent use will certafoly r f IveyouabefIerappcIiIcadtia 4 troerdiicdo wM A r It will cure your weak throat and heal your inflamed lub t It will cure every case of consumption LIwhen a cUre Is posslbk DoItt be peridto take 1O1dll M las tt WtLW A rllDnH 1iir tisco a IIEa fYFe r 1 t I i THEHEWSIiEABER UBI2uI VgflTTflURfl ot1O sido A YEAR IN ADVANCE I SeRINGFI Lj KY S t t 4E L D4VlSeN Jr Pub t f f t calorbbusiness notices 10 cents per 4jr Ilnotoithe retinsertlQu and centsio eapli subequerjt iJ Calls oh candidates and political JnnUe- rfr1fil 10 cents pjsr lino 11i I Job work tis dono at low rotes but cash mUSLbQ paid on doUveryor goods i avrt1lngconucts madQ on llllcral imL t r oijtUi and JptIonso raspect 3 f ffrents per line VUUff TastrateS j 1 1trt County Ocra 500 QPIces lDpa 1DLstri tt lf1tf mjR8Dk1r PT 29 lSfl3 1 tJt 1 MACKILLEi rfy PromtOurndguIar Correspondent f 7 J hello Weve had bO dralna t Jl BiiVthtt1ewhotbasbEensowed- Alibbf ourcbrnis ihtheshock I P rOjRE4Wara 5 schoolls in f F1J1 creasing dauvr j t4 Mr Lchaa borse aIl from Lexington as pete Tuesday- itilvi BonN tothiB wife of WIll am iViI1Lam a gtrl j w A Thubey sold 4G shoats t I n f P IVfni r ttalleQ ats35J per hunt dE t1teaSama sold anicebuncbS fuibfi erlandat S18 per head- ir Waynie Barns sold four wean r ling carves tp Johu Sucbetland of Mercor t17per head A gotcl many of our farmers t sold their mule colts court ijjlay t y at prices ranging from f25 to iJi W5 per head jr f 4 3 BonrTqthewife of James li 43urnsagIr1i rk fiD St Yancy has bought W Ti vsMcMilJlns betittiI suburban ifr JJfarm containing 6r acres jpr 4if 2OOO Mr McMn bas b Ugl tt c ihofai belonging to Charles r Champion for S3000 possession to be given January 1 44rv A protracted meeting under the auspices of Elder Crouch otf lBacdstown is doing iriuch i good at the Christian church ttiftBi additi nto ullte A re p1 ileall of interest is being mani festedudgingr from trio large rowdia attendaiice it JjG Howell sold a combined Th3rseto Mif Isham of Lexing ton fozI5O SjR Davis is very ill at his f1 Cal Shewmaker near ii jpaPe t MissNettie BakrotthoGrove spenrIasiwe l lfi her cousin MISS Peat Olaik this place j vt John Harman who recently bought lot on Main street from jSrs Lizzie Cillr of Lonsville fvillsodn have a beautiful realt t dence ready for occupancy He i paidi 1150 for the ot Ii L TJ Graves 4nd wife are in i JouisyjUo this week Mr Graves sJHsithete for the purpose of buy jajnew buggies etc Mjss Edna Golvinof Spring Afield spent Saturday aud Sun dixyvwiln her aunV Mrs G- Foster rJSlvitf ADd r on matriculated i tttb Winchester Business Col f rilte14st Mpndaf c The electric stornx Aceompan t iedbyaienip2stuouiwindcausHd fmuch excitement dnringjServices f Mtbe ChVislian chtircb Sunday P jgbt i f t Branchas and crek wera hicjier Sunday night tthan for yearsv Wutergsiites and fencing wer9 washed ont all aionjr the jwate course George Turner t4hadacqmparativ8ly new wagon Cashed away and ttliIsvrit- ngbe has ailpd to ucit piEp AubtLucinda Harmon testweek aged threescoret atid i ienjofi paralysis Deceased was ii av christianS charitable woman I Hnfertnent at theoIaIamIJbury f 5J ounde y Mrs Lindsay Sweeney died Slast week at the ripe ago of 83 rsSweoney was a resident of thtSrptace for a number of years M the time of her death she was Jfvlpg wHit her soninlaw ftltoage4 fflGrce county earl lm11DS wcrqlaid to rest in the cewetery at this placer This years tobacco crop in this county is the best that has J7 oecnVaiscd in the couDtyXtiS1 1 1o Iv t 4 I coI+ J tI and and1 1Jiij coogbj 111ung tr tig AgeJr iii Rco j Z f tzlerrg il j M S4 ji3wf thostendrd rncdy It is nowf put np fn bftlfHSizo bottles tlMT StZG UAU PWO2 not Tcorrfleaten is good body and by early Cutting win be briijl i The present OWLJtrICC beioj it offerred and sapeff oJdtfr 756 aodF per barjel cleirlv cfeuipn strafes the pleniHulness of corn Tim 1m1rsia1 they will not sell at tile abotepricempre ferrin to fee3 it to 8 centshog S instead flEdi lnoui Toor IJowolsTWlH CancarctB Candy Cathartic eurc dnsilpatlon forever OcS3c It C CO faUictriBpfsurcflindinoucy AWS OOUNT tFARM I JDaviess is tha bat riel county QtKentucky stioooo fpropery listed f rtthcttion G6un ty tax irate ior1897 15 cents j The county has np dobtv J WornstalUs yield 12 ati acrl solS at thorn cellulose factory Tomatoes sold tvt the caiiqinp r factOry bring SlOO an acrei Otyonsboro is tbellargest laos n iiiarUetia the world Herorare two of our farms for sale Tract No 5r 100 acres elgbfet mil ssoutli of Owen6bro l vet blact l ndi 00 acres cleared dwelling of six rooms tenemon itj house barn that will hpld 15 acres lobacco This isJs tile a piece of land as there forI thestate Price 25 an acre Tract No 0 100 acyes fon r miles south of O ensboro 18 acres rolling Iandbalancebot idwenint stable orhar and vineyard Thisisa bar ain Price f35 an acre Send for our list of farms for sale WILLIAMS LITTLE fll4 12 Third St Owensbor Ky The Successful 1 Remedy forr NASAL CATARRH must bo nonIrritating easy ot application iiii- apd one thiw11t by its own action read j the Inflamed diseased surfaces ELYS CUE AM B ALM combines the im portant requisites of quick action and spe clPc curative powers with perfect safety to the patient This agreeable remedy has inastcrcdcatarrh as nothing else has and both physicians patients freely concede tnu fart AU druggists cheerfully acknowl fs vthat in it the acme Pharmaceutical skill has becnxcached The most distress- tnsyrnptamsqulcklyylsld to it In aculu cases tho Falm imparts almost instantt relief tBy Absorption jCftar haXsuttcrers should remember tha t Esya cremsuiisthe only catarrh rem- edY whIch Is quickly and thoroughly absorbed bytlie diseased membrane It does ndtdrr up tho setflatiops but cliangjs thorn to a llimpid and odorless condition zmd finally to a natural and healthy char actor Tne Balm can found at any drug store or by sending cent to Ely Drotheri 50 TVurron St Now York it will Ixs mantle Full directions with each package Oroaint5alm opens and cleanses the nasal passages allays inflammation thocbjr stopping pain in tho head heals and pro ents the membrane and setores the saasesi btostoand smelt The Balm is applied directly Into the nostrils You cannot alwaySitoll whether your goods arc always wool or mixed goads it makes no difference if you use Put nam Fadolis Dyes Tliey color ovary thing SotU by Uator A Browne ITiHE COULDNT HELP And lie 1rered It to lbs Colonel SatI down A corporal at In JlrD llonIcome untangled with a difficulty and h rdault of It added to an accumulation of similar such he was called to appear before the colonel of the regiment Corporal Jenkins said that officer merely you area fino rand a sensible innn and you ought to con duct yourself differently wag drunk sir explained the corporal very contritely That Ig no excuse Dont you know tltJs wrong to bet drunk Yos sir admitted tho corporal without caviL Then why do you do It 1 cant help It sir You cannot ezcuse your fault that way sir said the colonel sternly You know you can If you want to Burl cant sir YesYOU can Insisted the coloneL itA man can help doing anything If ho puts lila mind to 1L The corporal etood up straight and saluted noggin your pardon sir he said but do you think when I heard that Uncle Sam had got Into a scrap with thorn dirty clgaroottmokln Spanny inrds and a kinf his boys to take a hantl with him to lick em off the taco of time earth that I could help dropping podIgrnbblnmy size could help doln Just what I whenhThe Colonel was stumped for an In stant Then haJgot pp and took tho corporals hand j IGeLhurriedlytgcloUtagain irfflpive you1ut lIn the guard jhouBo addnafled up nntil the war Is over 1 aL f tT tIlesarQ s hardbthcp1ceof a compliment has beunt6eirom 0f tjr cents to si quart Ifiyou wanfcto b rriJw money d6nt work Mur Jrleo for a few cenllij Work taLbank cashier for a lot Aftera woman has had oifierfbhcfe she knows tbanrn is Jisit MeanJjotonlmnrfiag pater 1f About all a girl doe for Sr IttliB brother i to jerk ida clothe and say BIJ Tntl f FOitlSmeiling Catarrh obstinatediseasestoget rid of There Is but ono way to 6itThe disease is in the blood and all the spraysji washes and inhaling mixtures in the world can liavo no pornitanent effect whatever upon it Qwiftff Spe duo paresCatarrh pcnsanen tly for itIs the only remedy which can reach thq disease and foroo it from the blood Mr B McAllister Harrodsbdrg Ky had Oatarrh foryanra Ho yrit wbntevcrth fand washes and dme remedicaIntW1teachi wnaworsitlman lfr r1J wasbronchiI thatCatarrh a blood trnklag I Eawltwasunreasomiblc bytCmreached the surface I trTBConUnutngUtremsystem and a completel curs was outofml advise all whbhao this dreadful abandon thclrlocil ftoII remtdrTo continuo the wrong trontntent for Oatarrh is to continue to suffer Swifts Specifio is a real blood remedy and cures obstinate 4copsetcd diseases which other remedies have effect whatever upon It promptly reaches Oatarrh and n vcr fails to cure even tho most accravnUxl cases BloodIlst11reJ l Alter a woman know a man thor oughly she Is content withthe qompll ment if he asks for a second piece of plo And doesnt praise her cooking Thje society editress of a newspaper seldom lasts more than a year at the end of a year all the women hate her IIt there Is any Important news from the seat of war a man can always hear of It without neglecting his work la run to the bulletin boards It Is like losing a hat in the wind tho Other low P always chases It When a woman gets up to take her leave her hostess feels that She is tan Ing short of her duty unless she spends the next fifteen minutes In weeping away her guest excuses for not stay lug longer p Instead of teaching a little piano playing how to dab in paints danc ing c tomake a girl fitted for a wife she should be given a drill in develop ing her patience Any married woman will admit that she has more need of patience than she has of the two step Iltr UltliuntUm There Is one thing I want distinctly understood said the only daughter of tho household as she cornered her pa rents and looked as though she were issuing a proclamation of war I want no more interference iIn my affairs as far as the young men who come here arc concerned Im old enough telex erclse myipwn Judgment anti form my own opinions You two act very much to me as though you thought some young man was trying to marry the whole family and that It devolved up on you to make a satisfactory selection You have succeeded In running off two or threefor whom I had a special Hk Ing and now I call a halt Thats my ultimatum See here my young lady began the father But that was as far as he proceeded He was curtly Informed that young men did not call to get his views on financial question tho chances ofia war with Spain or the Bd vantages offered bx JI5chlgan for tho beet sugar Industrfc They had access to the newspapers and read all the news that It cost millions of dollars to collect He did not amount to any more than a tin whistle at a band tour nament Elizabeth Ill not permit any such talk to your father I guess we know what Is best for you and we certainly have your welfare at heart I give you to distinctly understand I do distinctly understand You broke my engagement by sitting at the table and telling Charley that I baked tillItheyhim for not risking his life with such supposed longer as a constant menace Then aho fled In tears Electric Kim iu Mleoplns Cunt One of the latest hotweather wrinkles is the placing of electric tans in the Bloeplngcart ot dne of tbo rail road companies It last good idea and has met with universal favor of the patrons of the road With the aid ot two ICinch rrtary elcttrlc tans the hot and impure air of the ear Is made cool and comfortable This Idea lit ex tremely simple bpJhia Is apparently the first time It hits bea utillzod FeitiIM to Jlliiu Already The gossips are abusing a certain pretty Atchison girl whoso sweet heart la with the volunteers at Camp AJger for ecmlng down town the other night with another young man far soon water Although it is lees than two months since hinllsUM to Fight and perhaps Bleed tar his Country she is already Fickle Whan he cornea back with the medals pinned all oi er his breast and scorns be how sue will bittcrly repent taking that Kb us of soda water with another Atchlson Globe Modern CooUlnjj School Sir Grlggs It teems to me Haltitf this broth Is not quite as light as It ought to be You should be a good breadmaker 1 think you said you had beemto copkins school Mrs Grigga Yes Mr GrJggs have been to cooking school but ycu dont supppose I hope that In a cool- Ing school worthy of the name they ever bother themselves about cooking things that common people can afford to eat V Gninlni tin AUfMiss Gimp woitfd you pray for use while I was engaged in a dangerous tndertakiu Yes Mr Jumbles Well pray far me while I propone tp youSIlyciTIicro Have you yer attended n conver sazl ne v Yes the dry goods jclerk have tl rhile I trying to get whited j l 1 liar liamaglug IIcor Kesa1 she cact ai1t 1Or1aY She scoffs at art an Uetry fhtQnlrl rMr wlee1 a day Aid I BCSS EYJMtIJle girl for me g f Hv M QBUNDY 1 S QATBHOQK P G MGELUOV i wirv ee U anfttilOe fd1 ii T 11 1Ito J fIIr r 111WThat Ht we are a new firm with i now goods and that we are after our share of the patronage of 4U the good people of Washington c County and we propose to get goodsori3Iii fair with everybody I iWe Ihave a complete line of Dry foods Clothing Boots = Shoes Hats Gents Furnishing Goodse1a jiiCS tl I We iloffel Special inc ducements to Cash Buyers Our goods are new and strictly Ujltqdate Gve us a call Y 1 i St Grundy Clajbrooke S Co SPRINGFIELD KY 2 l KENTUCKYS GREAT TROTS LEXINGTOIiI 10 PaTs OctOber 4 to 15io Dais StakeSS75000Purscs SI6000 Futurity October 4 Great 204 pace October Great 203 trot Octooer 5 3000 Clip StaUei October 11 83000 Transylvania October toad Ashland Stake Oct l12 Other Famous Stakes Daily Worlds Greatest Racing Famous Bellstodt En l lll burg Band Half Fare on All Railroads P JOHNSTON H W WILSON President Secr tary qriitri mrtd tb f- dV FOR2 YRSlas led SOLD r 55ldlLcO7 Sl r sear Ring out the old King in the Eisg cut do lalsft blag In tho true We bring to you the new and true from the pIney forests of Norway DR SELLS Pina Tar Natures most natural remedy Improved by cclence to a Pfcassmt Permanent Posiiiro Curo for coughs colds and Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs exhila rated the mlcrobebcarinE mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the inflamed mcmbraries arc healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough GOLD DY ALL eottlo 21 6 oo Slacs fill UlVIfU Lvrr5ie R=Y4OJJ GET AM aa YEAR9 OLO r4as nccaSrnm1aybIrlPMtnnrt trongMra U A Mctcaira rII Il11ucah K aL1 U juirruquititi WORMStUj7le I rc 1UtilllUIE allWorm RemecnofE- VERYBDITLEGUARANT D ZvRYw1It1sllll11UIeOf Uti NEwRtE4bE new Honay nil arc GObDigBUGGISTS SMi Diseases For thespeedy and permanent euro of tetter salt rheum and eczema Chum berlniua Lye anti Skin Ointment is without au equal It relieves tho itch jrig nnd smarting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent cure It nice cures itch barbers itcb scald bead sore nipples Itching piles chapped bonds chronic sore eyes and granulated lids woDr Cadjs Condition Foirdcrs fox puriRoihndvermifngo Hayden A RoborUon Druggists To Cato Constipation votpror- Tako Cubc rcls Candy CatliarUc or23c IT C a C UI curdreat5 rvf uta Jtoacy I f n t Keprost t9d r it 1 L l 7 G Bya speci4aritgetncntr and for a short ttmeonlri we will offer the Twicea G n WeekS G CourierJournal L AND THE News Leade J One Year Foiby r 1125B r The CourierJournal has the BEST war news ser i vie of anyoi themahdY- OU get it twice a week with the NeXvsL eader making three papers a or 156 pajagrs a yearforf veett a Dollar an3L Quarter r 1 IIThis otTer is open to 11911 subscribers to the NEWSLfiADER who pay up and one year iin ad vance and to any neW sub scribers We consider this one of the ft most liberal offers made and there jlQotjlL Pub NEWS LEADER Springfield Ky Our HiUo buy was nflllctod with rhcu mntiain mists kiioe and ut tiincs unable ft ti put Jits root to b floor Wo tried in A vain ovprytnliiB wo could hoar of that vo tlonght would help him Wo nl nmnt cavo tip in despair when ranicoho jtilvlsed us to tiy hainbcrlBinw Pain lUlin We diet so and the ftrst bottlo gave much relieft that wo got a second K Oslo Bud to our nrpnsc it cured hint Hinnd and wtlIJ T Jiijs Pastor of f f 2IIIEiJO Did you say that you wore not online wet nUll Hint your stomach was out of 4Caltbcollssure of roliof Constipation anti Itidi1 fy gestion onrod yirk h ndacho curpd tJrcatrplboon to inunklnd and Is being rr appreciated by thousands lOc wilt got 8 you n trial nlro botMe Laruer sizes 50o and t ntors nnd rrolvno u UIMostfasdnatlBfrinvw 0 z tloaoftnoaco AiwsP g N entertain It = ffn N41 Ktelt and reproduce the gfmental oloisti Thcreb nothing like it for an oveainR entertainment II Other talkinir machines reproduce only records ol cutanddrlcd tnbJccUr specially S 9is9 Tour itconstantl nwakeni new Inttrestnnd cnsrra is over fresh The rpproaucUons are clear and brUUa- ntGrapilOpfio8etlre SOIt1rorSIOu ij1Inrrenaij Columbia Phonograph Co t DEPARTMENT 80 1Ql 91Peuny1vaniAve WAsaIhooO O faV York Parts ChkaSt LptilPhllackIpbt flimltltura- Was1iington Buffs1c Jw k t1Iif BEST Goods For I I9t lI 1 kf n Pi I Lowestt Prices t I i P i Tafclcien o9fI11tt bafrvUl make doubly im Jpr Slvc this abp asfabiiw solOCted ourtcickwlththc J Jrcattest care both in sf lesand valuej 1MW ha e ah xcepHonallv stron r linenf shops la allj styles p Dd jrades Would cairycmr special attention to jheJ B Lewis GouVenr Resisters School Shoes fNornoro eip DsiVe than a great many shoddy fcboef that I will not wear half so long These r Wear ResistenT shoe are solid throushojjt andyou should examine them I3efore bujingelspwiere r FpnlsbfngrMens Suits 8 00 and up Youths Suit 825t and ulivQhndsSuU50cent8 and up m5 Ij sJIilVhybuy childs cheap sfidd1p shop nade cloth ing when you can buy m Y- Ganct 110Ba1 l J the Mrs Jane Hopkins Double Knee and DonWe Seat n TE1m N01 ro RIP FROM us ATHAM I Pant SnitsGuJ Dnt atre thSQtIlils We have just opened up a lot of nevv ailtaOaps r i Cotton goods are lower ban they werciever nQwq to r be Dont pay the oldprices before getting our New Rock Bottom prices r ijnt rort ttatwg are headquarters for Carpets RugJoj1 Ol tbs LaeCui tains and Wall Paper Dont Forget dun Inducements to Cash Buyers i 8lliillgftaffl Dcall 5 l J BURTON 0 RIIAilJlOX BENFAYDON 1 f f r j jti l 11 BURTOS2 IJ BlNfl4YDONfiim lriOJm e s r fo F I fr MeMerS A ssaand Funeral Directors + r t j coFFFts SCSK1ITI BURlATE5 SII3j31s bF LIi isr n v jjarad1ialeroi1 EQuIPPEDCU1aswdPLP1Vd5Y ao I off anEXPERIENI EEMDALMER a ascho61 of emtalrning hare lbeen enaigd c 11J tr rHAG A N UL101rHt RpRI bit ik jtj I fI oo14ix r YA Ait Ah AVv A AS The Old Reliable Buggy Is stil Yntheea Another carload jusj 4 in No troublel tosiiow B qqie and it ih ness and can 1f SAVE YOU MOEmCo- me I f i Down and see MEi t f4 i S M KARRICK 1 Down Town Below Thompson Hotel I V f V Y h fto eOc ft Four Qirdlnall pr 4t I 0J I Will botIbd in ig rially vied Jtin Thematuialniust1liFtt b t Fitt1flg must be pqftct StykmUlt be UptoDate rAtM linafly Workmat aqd i gs MbNAtandDura 1t t 6 ltlsbyuniting thieoirnjj EVEiIy i garment they mnke and by itickjng a 1stlt it ror more than 22 yens tbQt ItBORNCOjIlier 4 t Hate reached PUq POJtiQn ofbng the gi scknotvkdged leading tutom Taio 1Jt1encn uucmnmtnoimtakeiadriiatIhifirfli Et1dmg they furnb r k 4steei- o fencypricsisre charge4 Noordrh4sed o Jlrtted AnI can thskoer 1emk ftet euoriaiclmoicc cfpausrhs i 1 v Tr itEpN r NI r 1 v 6itlNN IN H AIV1 DUNCANEt4TS Li SPRING1IELD KYSc t L iiI r r If li 1 w tl AV qA7 41 InJi t q latkBobmsSiiJ tl I1 T a IrIIt i NQV andelcganbbathLubswICh 1 flrnodeizi l provnia Hot SacFco1ctwathr r Bat1i at allf r 1j10U11JQ2 It tanl try Z one M 1 I MAIN STREET r BSLOW 8PBINajEID HOTEI fy v fy J AY ea v w y vJQS B VCKSSEIlL PHYS1CIANAND8URGE0N 1 Qtn Hun I i 9 to 10 A 5iand7to8pit dmcB in McOhord R2bert3on3ldg t1t HUBER H HDlDENTIST O icitkE1IART BvkbcTtht oizt DR J H L MP TON mpLFiC n a Jl1 l 1 fc DfR rj 1J lH f t s OFFICE HOURS i2 to2 pm RVERi DAYJ be SPUXNGF LD KYCI 1 t JR V1LJJ BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST c 4 TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOIUT PAIN flock ttP1 tnlrs aJRINGlELD IcY AU Dentall Work Strictly d f Firstclass W F NEIKIRK- i ATTO9NEYAtLAwh i Ij r OKJFIUE trUhJC rcCnonp L d t w k L Y RdoK l 1fttorneyat Law vISpeclalatbatlon gtvea to tim co iloetIaItot1l6W J mlna6 ul tt p t L 0r i qmco WLlW 0 MrlObotd if SPRlNGJIELD ItY LT I EtLr KaSaloon I keep constantly on hand six ear old IcKENNA AVHlsicgyj made for medicinal uso SJce ColdbagcrBeer on Tapp j B1GSOEIOONRSt J t C ii THOMPSON Prop f I SPRINGFIELD KY r I l AsIEi RYAN iCTIONE R Land ahd StocU Sales a Spec alyii SPRrNOFIELU KY I jI g NSOR S BLkCKSII SHOPC Horseshoeing- qfa I Carriage Repairlfig J nd Genefel Blaclcsinithihg i AU wrk guaranteed to iv 3ofs satisfaction at the Casey shop SPJ11NGPIELD KY That dark brown taste 1snd Jiorrld L bronlh you haye In the morning jg fcnusod by nnIuacftiolIJcr Some Icine j relieves forjiwhllo others fur a low taayRobertson iS4r = jodtiQobaeco Spit ud SmokoYourJJfo bar To quit tobacco easily andforofcr be miff bctlfli full of lire nerro and vigor talio NoT Bao tho wonderworker thatmajtos we men strong AH dnlgslsts Moor It Curor itJ teed Booltlot and samplo trceJBterllnc Rflmedy Ca Chlcwo or New 1 I8et7ornI TrnRtwofthyPpi i Xrr Vy fIOns M tg lo manage our K sf business Hi theirxnvn und ndarbv Conn itIcs It Is mainly omcoworHcondu9tcd I4 fMiliQino Salary stnilRhtfpOO a year undI ii tocpongoa clolliuto boim fide no more f r ho leas fcalnry 6luntl IY 75 ofor lureA Encloso soUnddrcMod stamped isnvitloiw Herbert ILHpS PrcsUj Dept I1tiI1tIeJ i E EfEfEE rEEeE EE IEE EE ir E E 1 IE EE E e eE E ABOUT TOWN OJa al ala a 1t4 4 3 a3 333 33i3 333 o3 3 a Jc SEBtJ rye for sale t THOMPSON LAkfiv J A6r d rkeiQ w Avitliwhlt flannarr g tiedHroi n I both Jborns Bardi1 retutnoda tpo S Bi THOMPSON V Springfield Ky l risli to rent a pdtrtvbf my estencein town 0 I hirL tit h SEED wheat for sateu l riioysbit LAttE N TWEJ will next Ifovem ber ppeti a Poultry Slaugliter d Hou8 anti will pay the highesttht ash price for turkeys and all kiiids of live fowls and eggs C 0 McGriLL i YE aie prepared to offer from a now oh the Louisville Weekly Dispatch and tho Newslieader of 2or15old subscribers who renew asTWell as to nOw subscribersH WE desire to call attention is week to the advertisement tM fPbrool8are starting well and expect to iqpmmand ugojpd patrotiagdt Farm for rent Apply to IJ aCCi1cGrur ALL persons owjng hack itaxes pVniQas exdeputy Sheriff must Tp tBe same by next CountyC urt day br utter th etr property to advertised H B POWELL MRS J G MANSFIELD is re eivingilargo stock ofmillinery Ladies cloaks jackets wraps l readymade sldrts in tile same tl rooms that she occupied llast 1 Reason FOR SALE A good sfffdfam jlyihorse and phaeton a Drown ltiV tor almost new tt good ed blnlowand a coo corn fft ar1terVilt sell allor any part zUa great bargain JC EN OR ftt j THOMPSON the photographer will be here only about ten days Ipngerj ttnd all wantingwork OUiaboutt1 call nthis 5tenta studio tho sooner the better M r at V Mf MA YES has been bu i tJ1ngwithSbli iikiLh his family to 2thezo = THE EdelJSn farm was rented publicly oil County Court day by 5Mr cluiontt THOMPSON the photographer will make you a good picture at almost any prico 3ots 25 cents dozen Daisies75 cents Lit tie Queens 125vt and Cabinets 2 Groups and outside views heap in proportion WE liavc onjoyod tho puivilogo- oJ l reading a letter written to Marshall Dunc H from Will Reed with the First Regiments t Ponce Porto Rico The let ter is quite interesting and wo regret that wo are unable to publish it this week owing to lack of time to get it up HON J P HOBSON Denio ratio nominee fbr Judge of theii JCJourt of Appeals and Congress lini man Davp Smith will speak here i On Saturday October 8 The- ywi1lalbo heard at Frederick town October 6 and at Mack yule October 7i Speaking begins o at 2 Pol m dIeITexas neighborhood on Satur day September 17 John T Barker aged 81 years tfho de leased was a well known and highly respected citizen of the CdrJnty He belonged to tIIch order 61 Masons and was buriclt with Masonic honors by the lodge this place The funeral took place at Bethlehem church t Mh BIRD Li Ls vigj who adi veriised in last Weeks News Leader that ho would be in Springfield on last Monday to buy mules and horses was on hand and was soon the owner of a big lot of mulq colts as it seemed litco nearly every farmer in the country had one or more jjulo colts that lie was anxious to get rid of Prices Were Idwj andMrA Lewis succeeded in get tingi all Jje wanted atirdifl 5 t ir to l head 1iiU S1 bQngh tl luLth5a numberr bf hdrsos Vvl THE Methodist Cotiferctice just closed at Ljuhvillo has Kassignedi Rev Frank EJ LcIIS Pringneldicirc C 1melt8t1t flourishing church at Glasgow rKie nmnyfraends of Rev Atkin have become endearedson who him by his faithful work dur g the years of his pastorate ere will regret to hear of his inlhIsinl REV J N SAUNPES D D Liedg at 4 oclock after a two rstI8earrstI Southertiy Presbyterian church loses onQ its most prominent members he interment took place Sat Bloomfieldurday morning at he deceased leaves a widow ilowasfield being tt brother of Reviles J Saunders for many years fc strof the Presbyterian cllUrch t this place g MAHGARET BOOKER infant WAhter of Mr arid Mrs Chas McDowell died Monday night fter lingering illness of soy t relburJedrelj i mourn daughter who promised to glad den their home so much have = the sympathy of many others who have recently suffered the it loss of loved ones Miles h little son of Judge C R t 01cDowellFriday afternoon and broke bjis right arrnintwo or three places R At last reports the sufferer wjis doing as well as could be expect Danville Ad vacate Court Day Sa1odThere was d good crowd in own on Monday and the lived stock market was more Active than for Several months Be sides the private sales which rwere made tho auctioneers didt good business Auctioneer S Campbell reports tlio foUow ing 17 extra good yearling cattJ ie at 1703 per head C yoarfff ling cattle atW50 per head 1e t earng cattle at 222 one Jersey citlf fi one old cow1G75 mules 40 and 824 one mare and colt 4525 ono old cow 1450ono9Id mare 13 one cow and culf 28 one mule 40 Jecsey heifers at 11 head one ow and calf S 7i ono loam f lules flSit 3 mules i2O 26 and 12 one lot 5 mules at 850 each Col R l Whaynu reports f sales as follows one cow 29 2675lund1IiIi buggy and harness 25 one 23 3 JUles at 16 each Berkshire Pigs for Sale I have for sale three fine Berk hire pigs two math and one female SAM E CrEMENlSI Farm For Sale Wanted to sell a good farm situated about ono milv oas of Valley Hill sUlion Said farms one ot the best tobacco farms the county Well watered ntJdj plentv of timber Tho farm contains about one hundred and ninety acres which can be divid ed into two tracts with a house n each A B WALKER BRU VALLEY HILL KY tVorlitnc H onions Home AsMociulfoii S Peorlu St ChIn n January 189d bur Working Womans Homo Asso clutiqn usod Foloyft Hon r and far six tears aigu tudaro usinc It today It hRItnstohRI siblo Success eincoroly LAUKA yomsI poRltirecuroApplynnla Umrglets or y mall t lOc by 1LIJUY JJKOTUEllS GA1TW1 New York Js roOt child peeked and poofish r boosHlid convulsions If so it 1ms volms Wliilos Chntu Vorralfugo is tbo only safe lure J3yerybottlo Is goat t aiitccd tp bring Wotms 2wi JTuydon 4c 1tolitnom PERSON KL i jl 0 tueas in Louiavjlid Mn day ifrs JOint Slmms wentto lidtu Mondays t 4v 0 Bogota Was over from Leb anon County Cdnii day rRi r o goito Louisville tbotldt of the veek 1fromInII ndianapolissRov R K 0 Lawson attend thett Presbytery meeting in Perry viilo thekfirst of the week l j Messra Mohto Fox and Sam McDowell or Danville wore here Mon dry looking fdr sottlO feeding cattleJJ Misaea Sallfe McElroy Josic T eo and Mary Browne and It 0 Leo ent td PerrjvTllo Wednesday tOtattend the meeting of P eabytory andP vIsit friends It lails the Spot Whoa Buttering from a sovoro cold and our throat anti lunga ftcl sure take af whenIabl n and you will ray It feels no good iTe1I1TS Ttifi SPOT It Is guaranteed aydon A Robertson Fp1p1 CALWELL ATTORNEYATLAWCoUrt mlJol1ud Court Reporting all kinds of Bbortnand nod Typehwriter work tOflicotto SPRINGFIELD KY ff i There Is m patti or discomfort when Tnhlers Buokoro Pita plnttncnt Is used t rollotos that itching when Incrcas l by scmtching IHs prepared with eictlhtilic ncuracy and profcsslonnr knowl 150 and is tho kiwi thai cures blind blcodidg itching and protruding lies l With no or loss of time hayden it TobertsnnMOORESVILLC From Our Regular utrespondentd Chicken pox is among the chil drenNo new cases of typhoid fever uring the past weekeMr John Asides And family of Louisville are visiting at I A IoLddanos Mr Peter Barlow Jr has decided not to return to Illinois l nd has rented his grandfather arm for tho year 1599 itMrsd colored womon died hero September 21 and was buried at Jumping Ground cemetery the following day Wheat sowing will begin this week Byron Croake shipped o car load ot mixed stock from Bookers last Saturday J M Wall bought a dry iDw I from Ed Moore for 1800tA M Divine and Mr Smock havo moved to Bookers l W S Bob eltreturned IMrs Bur in Morcar county o f Messrs Will Kaightlv and Price Royalty bought a nice bunch of Jyearling cattle from a Mr Benedict Price unhnown One of Mr Gabe Kaightl7s little children is very 1ll1 whooping cough and typhoid fever and nor recovery is doubt Jut Mrs Jose Settles and family vIsited relatives In Spencer county last Saturday and Sun dnyMARRIEDAt the residence of Asher Hendricks Mr4Gay Shields to Miss Ftatie Montgom cry Rov Mac Ghfisserofliciatmir Dr J N Shehan and B F Settles took in the races last Tuesday and Wednesday Dudley Barlow and Sherwood Weekly started for Owensboro last Sunday ina buggy on a bus mess and pleasure trip Tis strange In regard to cut ring corn by the shock in some neighborhoods Corn ls bein cut for S cents a shock in some pieces while In other places not two miles away they are paymp 0 7 and even 8 cents Corn will Itaverage fifty tnd sixty bushels r to the acre Mrs William Payne is Visiting hear parents ai Lebanon William Payne and Ohyer Gribbons wore in LouisVille last Monday Capt tones of Hays Summity iis at the point of death at this writing Iit la not what a munnfactdror say A about his own tnodibinottliit nures a patient but what iho tnodlcines dod s na1JaHl8 Horohound Syriiii does tho work and docs it splI It cures cough ftnd colds in a day Its heating sooth uhouo TllE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS c ja due not only to the originally and nsimplicityto the care and skill with whicfi it is processesItnown TCouponT tbetruegenuine Syrup of Figs iis manufactured by the CAtiroKNiA Pie Bynci Co vi1lhssistpartiesCtwGoarA FIG Sntup Co with the cal profession and tha mcdiF which the genuine Syrup of Figs hag mnltesthegunrantyof isfaras it acts on the kidneys liver and wenkenIng SfiectsoftheCALIFORNIA HG SYRUP COrCal LOUISVILLE lftV TORE f LiTSEV From Our Regular Correspondent Lee Vanarsdall sold his engine and grist mill to Smith Bros near Springfield William Kelley is reported toa ttve sold his arm of 200 acres Harve Hardin for 815 an acre John W Hays solda horse fur ut 90 Mr and Mrs IJobbs ot Lou isville spent last week with their cousin Mr Prank Martin Mrs Sim Graham is vtsitingl er brother N P Thbmpsonw Miss Cora Vanarsdall is speeding t a few days with Miss Zelma hom pson Mrs Emma Neale end daugh ter Miss Rinebart and Miss Hays of Maple Hill spent the ay in our village last Saturday Miss Sallie Pitzgeral has reI turned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Jack Thompson of Iridia apolis cBORNTon the 25th a daughter R Bnllnrda Snow Liniment cnroS RhouI matism NeunilKla IlCt linho Sick 0 Ilcftiluclio Soro Throat ties I SpininsHBruises Old Hnros and all pain ilanunation The moat penetrating line itont in tho world Try It liar don Hubcrtson SHERIFFS SALEFOR- E TAXEShOn Monday Oct 24 i8g8Q fho same being County Court day will offer at the Courthouse door In Springfield Ky td the highest bidder he tfollowing described property or so much thereof as will pay the taxes and eoHta duo me as Sheriff of Wash ington county Ky from the persons- in whoSe name said property ia listed for tsicd of tho years and amounts sot- ppoelto F their nanics- WilHeburg DistrictMrs Sophia Bar DOlt iaUn lott Eraounl ol taxes dnd costs for year 1897 eC 60 Theodore Homphill nonrcaident on land amount of taxes and costs for years 150139734 05 John Sutton Sr on land amount of taxes and costs for years 189598 9793 543 30 Pottavjllo District Q S Goode on town lot amount of taxes and costs for years 1895Od97iS12 75 J A You s on land amount of taxes and costs tot years 18059097 93 530 05 Mrs Malvina Young on landamount ot taxes and costs for years 189697 e23 70 Springfield No aH H Fowler W1 land amount of taxes and costs rdrr years 1897 798 S14 20y I will continue to advertise fur sale property cf other persons which taxes are due and unpaid until all of thip oldt business ia settled 8HSheriff Washington County ft Mar Snvc Your Lllc A dose or two ot tplovs Honey and Tar will prevent nil artack of puce ulonln grit orlle orb cold if taken in time Cures coughs colds croup hi grjppo hoarsonosH difficult breathing wioop1iig cough IhClptent cons mphon asthma or bronchitis Oivea positive relief in advanced stages of coUsunip GnsranteCJ11aUaydonttflobertsonSever Die Many desporato cases of kidney 1IK casos pronouncedl incurable hato been cured by Foloya Kidney Cure Mafi physicians use it Ilaydon llobertson vlvcdbutplaco Chamberlains polfc Cholera cmdI Diarrhoea Remedy JInjdon ifobert floni 1 JJANTEDSoyotaLJrustwbrf1iv Per acme In this elate to mitnago our busloass in tlieit own neilrJy doun tlos It Is nialnb ofUcq worjc conducted nt homo Salnrv sir iljjh t jrcariuid expenses dollnito brtiiR UnUp no more- no loss salary Monthly g75 K jtor KniIoso selfaddressed stenipndj envelope herbert K UQSS Treat Iapartijjcat JJj cblraeo I r OBASqcO M ARICET IDhe following are tho revised Qn0 hCommlttcechange Louisville for this voe rtIjS9ZOROP nKlinVaLE JTrash g een r mixed 3 to 5 05I 600Oomnmon ft edInmlugBnui 800to 9 rio Good WCommonjSediumJ t odieaf u oo to 17 Vi Fine aiid oe tl mSV to 22 50 GOLORY BURLEY ctashg tash hCommonMedium lugsm 7 50 to 9 00 K Good lugs 9 0toiioo ftCommonedium leaf112OO to 15 00 W ood leaf15 00 to It 00 ine and selections 28 fid 3 ijDuringi A 6RIII6AL TIME tiago t g ICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY j Santiagode vv X Day A9umnltionand1ations i gfrom 0 nil list dllrrbocrt In more or low violent form und wlien wo lauded wo X had no time to sea a doctor for It was a ftf Jikeepnd rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic CJioleru nud Diarrhoea Remedy fj- we were nblo to keep at Work and keel our health In fact Isincetoly beIIoy that one critical time this mehlciiio was in indirect savior to our army for if tho 3 packers hnJ been unable to work there would have been ito way of getting sup plies to the front There were no roads that a wngou tfain coniC use My com Q mile and iiiyaolf utd tho good fortune to II lay in supply of this medicine before ve loft Tmnpa rind I hnovr in tour vases absolutely sated lily life V Tho nbdVd letter was Vritten to the inunufactinora of this medicine tho 5jForTHE MARKETS t== The following table rcpresanig tho prices paid for term products in Springfield by the dealers thurcin It is corrected up oclock Wednesday but Is subject loI ot variations thofeaftcr on itficato rom IxjUisvlllo dealers Wheat per bu IldViceSt ornperbu 85 t Oats per bn 3Oto 3- 6xeprbu 16Glocr50 pcrl1u1 I 35 tQ 50 rchardUrass Jer Im 75 fo 90 jlay Timothy per cwt 50 ay foyer per cwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Roporl Jurnkhed by tho Louisvillb LAva tock Journal 231 West Male Street Lou qrsvtllot xtrashipplng 4 75 LlRhtshipplug 415004 75 Best butcher steers 4tV4 air to gootl butcher etcors 3 73a4 2g pThinscalawags lQno 1OxetOxen common to medium 3 SinS 50 Feeders a4 Stockers tJ Hulls 2 00a3 Veal Calves MILCH COWS IRiS cnII Choice milch cows 53 tZ40- air tQ good v uS ti9j HOGS Choice packing Sad butchort 2i511toSOOib 410 Fair to good packing Ib toSOOlb 410 Good to extrat light lOOlSOIb at Jf Fat Bhoats 12dlCO Ib 3 60a3 btf Fat ihoits 1001iO Ib 40a3j t1Uougbal lBHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 235855 Fair p good j Jn336 Common to medium 3 n3 00 Bucks j itt a2 Skips and scallawagSi per heed SOul 00 Extra spring lambs 5 0 Best butcher lambs 4 a175 Fair to good butcher lambs 8 75a4 Tallonds 2 60a3 00 PRODUCE Report furnished by HorndonCarter Coj General Cammisslon Merchants 313 Slur roll Oourt and lid Third Street Louis Ule IC- yEonsSteady Ffeh fehandled BuTTtif Market firm Best grades J alOe chojoo stok 12aH packing lUallc- PoiLTur Market steady Ohickenshqns a0c roosters 3a3 c spring cblokona per dozf 3a4 geese full feathcrl per dowit J8a360 plucked per doz Sa9SO turkeys alive tic turkeys dressed SalOc lucks per per 4oz 8176a9a6 hand picked 20al40 1nowfnlU10il3c dry flint 15alffcv Puns Raccoon lies to4 10a70o mink NoL t to 4 skuik prime black 70a short stripe narrow stripe 20a40 broad stripe oposcutn tlSc mu krAt 5a20c Jed fox SOalS gray fox MI8CELMSEOU8 Sorghum nolasso9 22zl 25c per gal beeswax 2to per lb clover seed 2 75a5U5 per bu onlona275a800 par bbl rags MaCOc owl FETUBit Prinjo white goose 38aSlCj gray mixed or old Osion Svr8 Red and oUOt 450arKOO white as to quality J00a700 nctlrdIdemand dKaSc 11t1811FOTATOESHOmO rrowhnew orojj 210a32i perbbl tWoot Best lUafeoj burry I5al8r tftbs witsbcd 29a30o black clear ITafec black burry UalGc tlQBEDS ArFLEis Market hgfie flfililnri Fancy OoOO choice 2XJaa00 Common SbOd3JS IlLT4t55D GnBes baystrfot1- yIancpertoai0a050 sttawpet4 450 ear corn34o3c saclJcdcom In bWlf 84035 feeding Odts 32a3f wteat N b 2 r Fort next Thirty Days we wilimake MANY Drives in everydepartment3WE jO PiecesOciC StylS tiidic Blue Prints illS e1a 5SChoiceliiioNeW OuflngfiOrn OCmts u p JNew Fulll Dress Goods inall grades ic t jBee ur new inMnttSliifts Goirar Ties etc SiIupl datd styles 1 i iJJabbYjlb Ml fit thiiu- SoJtii l StI1 atsIJrtarJy t il Our Shoe Department Js lrget than ever emb1acitigall tlre latest in MeTa tiaaresT Misses llJ11qildr l Fall Style at Rock ott xpl1des r Dou1t rot etour Grocery Ds partrneDfc W buy all kinds country produce jLarge stock Stiryjys Buggiesi Road Wagons etc at our ware rooms T Mchod licbrfson irR = m- aLMNTS ttr 9A t T 4 r IVSAYGSao flJdeikes and i0ruriIirG Dohws t tXiX 4 vze f r tnake a speciiaityr cinBalmihg tfkWtiieii is pone by Mr Clementsa graduate of schoolb c1tng atd we carrf cvrythixtg lii Uneitaiuflg r fe3 goods and our stock is COMPLETE Ifl Vey dd lligCalls promptly attended 6 dit and night r Our stoek of furniture fine arid fidnlplete and if Suifstfline give us a call5C + lJI Ii MAJN ITBElTj 1j F1UIIOFIELD KY 11 1i m 1 I A BUSINESSEDUCATION ms4 wmazishocou1dtIb SnKepalnllle being conceded it lut thoflist lmportsncotogsoai tralnlog lit the aa HflUi4t lttod la tio Very front ranktoo fc v 5 BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLEfGE LOUISVILLE IKY 8 R flt SKortKand elegraplty fi m of is ThU 1LWrite for beau lful book gvlngtestithonIa1sfrO1 graduates occupying prominnbt posItions all dveft i I the United States it will be mailed FREE t JSi HD dqu arters r lf FOR THE FARMRSc i iJWa handle all kinds of raiming imp1e ents anti Wagons and carry JiCQmp t9 line of Fine Trt Buggies Phaotons Surreysjto SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS hebeBt wheat drill on the maiket One and two horae sizes i to N k g We buy and spii Hay anaii axidaU t kinds of seed i t1 ii r ItS THOMPSONt V Vr bAi irm SPR1NGFIELDJKY L ir Til t NEW LIVERY FIRM iii vt I ii 1 c WHARTONJTFjJ 4 r iw R tS 1fidy fflsesssJ1s i i i1 58J f tttriif J ffi atf I l1 Tjo Irt 1 2qOD HORSE 1 1 BUGGI SliGOOD f lIrsiiiii rC Spe iidl attention jvetdtb board and fci4brsCS l v V T x 1j1h BCStACCOmLnOa11cflSi let Triciicgi4e I Jack W Thompsons oldi stand SPRXNGPmiP Jt I I w I AN OPEN LETTERv To MOHERSto s T WE ARE AsSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR BIGHT TO j TIlE EXCLUSIVE USE OF TIlE WORD CASTORIA AND PITCHERS CASTORIA AS OUR TRADE MARK + 1ti h DR SAMlJ PITqHER of Hyaypis fasshg l Hft was iho originator of JCASTORIA the same that t 7JJ fjaaAtrh9 and dooa now boor s ihi facsimifo sisnaluro of T1G7tr Of 8 ASTOR1A trhiobso boon used In ihitimn of Mi of America for over thirty years i5 f LOOK CAB E FULLY at iho wrapper snreeethaJtS ihjrnd you have always ootJffht i tJJifoi J jheha8 the tignQturo of 3por Ho one has authority from ma to Use my name except 1 7Af Centaur Company of which Chaa H fMotor is 4 jfrQ 2898 1I 4 V DI l nUT m c i4 i k 5 CASE F lLAOKT Ss Krl Blest of Bleat CustCo solid t ton sat contemplating a name upon a j tl pof paper with a puzzled exprea slom Shes a ripper uncle said his nephew and articl jd clerk who had r brought it to him but aho w111 onlyI ue JyouM Then 1 suppose I must aald MxI Blest show h rup He took a k piece of paper that looked like a the atrical programme tnd seemed fo give j LIt air or frivolity to the papers on tableand drop ed it Into ttha wasteII k f I iperhastet hisl hew saw b1m I iV1and aMinatone ot reU10u1 cant you some r Cant you see Im busy saId Mr Blest Show the woman up and tell- ter to be quick It she can1 t A minute later p young lady came 4Th smiling with a very small hand f ield out Incased apparently In a still ft sM11er glove fJt f you have forgotten me she j Unghed as ho bowed sUffix Mrs f i Smythe Maude Utterson ti Dear me said Mr Blest so it J1M VTho small band rose and hovered jj omewhdre above his shoulder as he iJ caught Its fingerUps In his onyoldIr r lw Wiiji she exclaimed Its three years since youve seen me and then j bid just come jof age and you only t MW mo when you gave me away of h t toune no one looks on her weddIng C VU like she does You are t IIIIJhank you I atterwaraIi JIIJ0wlng thin ane critically J ftrn very unhappy q i youJndeod pain extremelyJyour husband I Ita not qultp come to that but It f will soon it you cant help me Lookt kcre Uc Blest I feel I have known since 1 was a llttle glrl because you tisod Jo send me postofflce orders for pocket money with typewritten letters to ask If they were kind to me If I should have dared 4taeliool1justaa noUtt thought of that said rrBlestAnd then you tied up my wretched HUlft 5000 in a marriage settlement co that I get nothing a year and have to buy all my clothes out of Itnnd nOw It you will only not ibterrupt me I think I can tell you everything 4 He bowed silently as she settled her L Elf in the battered easy chair ex tending a pair of pointed little patent jj leather boots to the gas fire In the grateV VNot bad for a country parsons wife ehabe said fOllQWlng the dl reetlon or bIaeys Its my hats though that Jtbey talk about most down there yjfccaVt show your coots very well In a pew VAa be had been asked not to interIj vupt ho said nothing while itrIf ranged her left sleeve and pulled the right hand corner of her veil It Is hard on me she went on with a algfi because I truly dont deserve 1 it but It Is like this Years ago be captnlnhlsJWlDoe suggested MrBlestJJSouJIds rather iika baker well UV never mind Captain Dough and I were great pals friends you kJIow nothing more and he went away to Vlndth and I wrote him letteranatur allyVMr Bleat bowed I thought myself rather Just a pal then you know njsthanI and letters said 1V4Vt j supIlot0 I Never kept a letter from a woman iMr Blastl pednPIl you nev rdld1lawyers are so careful Well he Is r 1endnow poor fellOw Htc died InJ Tndla and his servant or sOmebody most have stolen al my popr little letterVNlrecelved A fortnight ago Ill read to you itI f Madam We are Instructed by a client to offer you forsale certain let Vers written by you to Captain wsV Dough late of ihe never mind the XftjrtrapatK Kindly let Vnow If Tile I IIClnegs ry aro the seatorthe starting po tof- many maladies all of them serious all more or less painfuli and all of thorn tending unless cured to a t tr fatal end No organs of the body are more delicate or more sensitive han th t syniptomsa moment is to be lost If health is i9be restored Tao best way to treat the kidneys is through tho I blood pOEOfltSt bottom of kidney complaints For SVV this Purpose there is no remedy equaltoIt I AgePS k SirSlurlllil 1IT79IrZIhavebeenncotent haveIrl crei yitho benefit At List ii frieqdl i f t e to try Ayer S1r8 Ia Tho entirelyjua 1ocJttnrookI1jb iPJ on overy 110C MAUl p wrapper tfothtra onthfl wrap President you Would care to purcuase tnem lor- a your thousand husband pounds would ChorwhethcrI doc1umentsFalthIfullyJAMES HEDGETER He calls himself an autograph deal er Theea thousand pounds dDC1U metsnld MrDI t llow many letters are there Only four that matter I Wrote one afterward to say that I was en gaged and another after I was mar sled quite formal there was nothing Iii cither of them Then said Mr Blest if what you tell me is correct he coughed apologetically as the phrase slipped from his lips I cannot see how your can reasonably be made husbandI Of course Just what I thought said Mrs Symthe tapping her foot on the fender impatiently And I wrote and said so and tiiey wrote back to say that if I wanted particulars of the letters they were undatedjJust as IfI one went poking about In almanacs before writing letters and that If I inclosejepme sinceJ said Mr Blest still cheerful and consolatory She shook her bead They also withpostmarksone Just before ono Just altar 1 was married Pear me said the old solicitor looking gtaveThen they have put two early letters Into envelopes that saylagUI thought you would begin to un deretarid wan said his client everythingShe stood uP ookipg sorrowful but bositlvelyDeaiI lpv him very much but ho is a clergyman and he docs not under stand Irm afraid ho has Been rather erase with mo once or twice other oneiL have liked to come and see me and that sort of thing This will be the last straw you see I have never said a word about Cap tain Doelsald the old solicitor Quickl- Y That seems a pity and the lot ters are they very Mr Blest coughed behind his hand No she said shortly getting a Ittle pink about the cheeks They are not very anything In the exitract they state IIwell he used to kiss me sometimes her cheeks got pinker still for a momentand I re minded him of itMr Blest shook his head If wo onlyconfrolttthe scoundrel with you both and tell nlm you are determine to fight hlmrto prosecute him if nee essaryVBut wo cant she saW and you must think of something else r win do what lean he saId tak- Ing her by the hand At any rate I will get into communication with this man Hedgeter and gain time When she had gone he rang his tell and sent t rthe articled clerk who had brought In Mrs Smythe Yes uuclehe said He was a thatIweigh on his mind except his Increas ing weight Well uncle he went on DIcpEliyou never be seriousVIBut Its for such a splendId char iltytpunclej The Imbecile Law Clerks Seaside Fund and Im simply ripping las the Dean And youve gone and thrown the programme InfiTffioNwaste paper baskeUI JHr Blest looked very scrn Idis mqmberholding up a clergyman to the ridicule pf the ribald upon the stage and I was going to give yoy an oporturUt of being useful to me Please make inquiries about a Mr James Hedgeter an autograph dealer Here Is his present address and when you oan tell me something about him perhaps I shall be able to Impart to you in con wlllbYes murmured Mr Blest decided lyras the door closed behind his neph wThe husband must know all A week llater Mr James Hedgeter Who was stout redfaced and with a tendency to pimples met a man who was tall and a little threadbare and whose redfacednesa was concentrated In and around hls nose and walked with Him from St Jamess Park to ward Holborni The other man shied visibly at the recruiting sergeants in Trafalgar Square and croesed hur rlcdly to the pavement by St Martins church IoYer sure its all serene asked the tall man This Bleat aint going to cut uip rough HedgeterHes solortftheydciethoJobtnenINoneofyournoeu Blest and sized him up andyou ve done the same for the parsons wife saidhJsconLemptudusly a duse smooth redfaced an oily in the pulpit an1 didnt e give or beans walking ome I card 1m IntoMr Hedgeter went on to Bedford Row asomohatpomposity VV tkk earthrugfJooklngMr1edgeterwaved him bathVhoJiakodAn you have tho notes said the pther doggedly I came here as you wouldnt come where J Wanted to trusting to your honor DM ynn said Mr Blest 4ryIy iien1as 1 put no Tjnbt n 5 ur UV1 or Mrs Smyth win Identify the letters IiHe touched the hell and with a ra pidity rarefy seen otf the stage When bells tee rung Mrs Smy the appeared through a door behind Mr Hedgfetor He held them up ttt her one by one battered worn strips ot foreign note urnfuI11JJt1ll simplyFherewere In these envelopes There aint said Mr Hedgeter There are said Mr Blest inter- pOsing and If they are not produced this matter cannot proceed Hedgeterpapqr MrBlestare doingsfnal servitude If she Hltea to tell her husband It might mean something of tho sort ro plied Mr Hedceter coolly MrsSmytheagain Drop itt exclaimed Mr Hedgeter turning a llttlepkv You dont bluff meV orVaheavyHe aI inellow saidIremarkthatwaitingdownstairsMr Hedgeters f ico turned a dirty yellow Only hinoBe retained any tintthltvlc1oul Smytho was tall stout and his hair fingersmust withouthIsDont darling murmured Mrs necessityforseemeItoPut them on thj table he said iIn his booming deep voice and then as Mp Hcdgeter mechanically obeyed he loosed his hold upon him and went and stood by Mrs Smythowilh his arm around her We defy you he myJtoward him flo not tremble Mr Bleat intervened in Incisive tones What is more Mrand Mrs Smythe have decided to prosecute whether on the surrender of the re maining letters they might in any way vary that decision am not in a post Uon to say Mr Hedgeter looked at themThe clergyman was gazlsf Into lila wifes eyes bending over her She was look bothIBlest shifting his position Impatlent lyVHere they are said Mr Hedg ter sullenly laying two more slips of pa per on the table Mrs Smythe stepped I tookIthey will remain he remarked in his most acid tones And now said Mr mytheto his wlfcwe will go and have luncheon togcthorV She smiled a little embarrassed smile You know I have to go to my dressmakers she said and you have to talk to Mr Blest He looked a little disappointed as she hurried from the room Mr Hedgeter almost forgotten broke In And aint I to have any thing Not even a fiver for my ser vices In recovering your papers he asked almost weeping Sergeant Drewltt Is still down stairs remarked Mr Brest stretch llug his hand toward his bell but Mr Hedgeter was already vanishing through the d orflve minutes la ter he was being curbed In Lincolns tan Fields by a tall man who listened to his story and until he had heard all the details twice over refused to believe hlfafc And around Mr Blasts room a stout gentleman in clerical dress danced three times while Mr Blest beamed through his goldrimmed spectaclesVDidnt I do It well uncle and oughtnt you to give mo the credit of ho shouted and wont you come lit see Dandy Dick and Isnt all this hot Just I say he added thoughtfully I was all right wasnt I Just as I should be ch I mean I couldnt U have done any more could Certainly not said Mr Bleat de flnIConfound abstracts said his neph ew She ought to have let me stand her luncheon eh Fancy me in this rig at the Savo- ySOMEPATQUESTIONS rromlnont Men Placed In Etnbarrntlor Io ItloH ThrfMich Them i A slffiple questIon put In Parliament a few years ago caused a laugh imuu toul uft England and defeated a great measure Mr Curzon then Under Secretary for India was making a long and elaborate speech against a measure urged by tho opposition re garding that dependency as certain to result in a loss to the Government of repc3tedIpounds ncr guineas but lacs ot rupees A quiet voice on the Opposition benches aaked Exactly how much rupeesj his mouth sum mored grew red and then with Eng Hah candor said I really dont know Tho House laughed and in that laugh Be lost his cause 1A somewhat similar scene occurred many years ago in Congress A pres ent of Arabian horses a swordc ar jTlved from the Ifnam of Muscat for Prbaident Adams A Western member with sore beat moved that the gifts should be sent back with a llet tcr from Congress informing the ruler of Muscat that the President of the United States was no king but the servant of the people ajjd was not permitted to give or receive presents Another membeii arose Such a let ter Mr Speaker he said can easily bo written But where is it to be sent Where Is MuscatV There was no response Apparently not a member of the House was pre- parEd to answer nor could Muscat then be found in any atlas published in the country It was ound at lastt on a German nap A civil anslwer was returned and the geographa made haste to Insert liusSat in the next di Hon of their mapsVNothing perforates bombastic ora tory like a shzrp question When Burke In the height of a labored per Pa1l1amentngalndFrancearew floor Homebody midg the act absurd by sningiyes thats the knife Wheres the fork Baby Mine Evefymothei i feels an inde scribabledread of the gain and danger atttend ant upon the most critical pe todof her life Becoming a mother should be a sourcejof joy therIr ordeal make its anticipation one Ofmisery MOTHERS FRIENDD Iis the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf fering incident to maternity this hour which is dreaded as womans severest trial is not only made painless but all the danger jis removed by its use Those who use this remedy are ho longer despondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing conditions arc avoided the system is made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers Friend ft is a blessing to woman CLOOPBRBOTTLE atnU Drug Btor8a or sent by cxprcsa on receipt of price ciinterestfREE to any address upon application Tie BBIDKELI BZdUlATOS Atlanta OL Equally sharp was the reply of Pope Plus IX when the Cardinals mot end eloquently condoled with him on the Bufferings In certain villages from famineI sorry my brethren t ho said How many lire does your sympathy weigh The only answer possible to this question was the relief of the villages IMAn Who Took Gen Lee JkIoDer Sylvester vho lives at Alex under In Franklin county Iowa was In the Union army and hail the honor of capturing and taking prisoner Con sul General liit huh Lee of present Cuban fame iud the man who has stood up for theso United States both under the Clevelan and McKinley ad ministrations In a Lianner to win fame and honor- Mr Sylvesters story Is that he and companions rode up to a residence In j Southern plantation looking for rebel Around the house and inclosing agar den was a low fence over which these scouts promptly Jumped their horses riding up to the porch which surrounds these Southern homes Out of the front door stepped a bareheaded gen tleman Said he You arc evidently looking for something Da you wish to see any one in particular Yes sir said the officer in charge we are looking for Confederates and want themVWell natO General Len as cool as when he sailed away from Cuba tho other day Im a Confederate and you probably want me my namo Is Lee And they wantud him and took himVJnt r itlnc Kejnlli The unsalarIed oQco always has to seek the man- An old hen never fears opposition from the eggplant Some men never respect the things they are unable to understand No woipan Is ever as young as she expects others to think she looks The roAn who chows cloves Is never quite free from the breath of suspI- cIon The lens energy a man has tho easi er it Is for him to drift Into matrI- mony The life of a chorus girl cant be so very wearing judging from her ap parelVIt isnt pride that makes the gallery gods look down on the rest of the audi onceVA justice of the poaco Is the only peace connected with some matrimon lal experiments The only way a man can find out just what a woman really thinks of him Isto make her angry The peacemaker is all right but ho Is never appreciated by the man who is getting the best of It IIce cream may bo unhealthy but the motive of the young man who tries to prove It to his girl friends is apt to be misconstrued A Chld Unfleratnmllntr Teacher Now that you have taken part in the Memorial day exercises can you tell me what the especial slgntfl cance of this day iswhy we keep it as we do MerPorla1fraces and the magnates can work in two ball games Pome Going to Wcmtr What was your chief Impression of New York Wall I never before saw a city so full of unknown ce1ebrILlcsIIXmejr buy In Muntprller VI tIWhen Dewey day was celebrated Montpelier Vt the birthplace of tht hero the staid old place took on an un andllveuInessAs the gone headquarters 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