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delicate dlscasa peculiar to tbe1r53C Addrew tho leading pbysl t flAail and fturceons of tho United States EhrTjliwhaffar Co 70 Dearborn street I CMisn I4 oIVfaife ie cure JFprwle by Hnydon HMMttM and Waters Browflo T S 4W rpIII i LU4 oetIIJTATfoNI t THE NEWSLEADER IEE Odds and Endsof Gossip I GOINVALESGING run linens are spotless and snowY and white The pillow Is 1utryand soft And the hero shot down In the thick of the fight As he carried the banner aloft Is ckhmong friends who will pam per and care Bring jellies and dainties a store j From hardtack to love they are changing the lareshospital ward number lour They have bandaged KisVounds wltbI the softeat6f lint And in lieu of the laurels and bays They have brought him homeflowers of delicate tint AJlfashlonod in fragrant houquets His cheeks that were jellpw and wan seemed to glow With healths ruddy rpsesjoncamore And alls going well I would havo you to know In hospital ward number four Tho Burgeonawere tearing the worst when ho came But a fair girl soon called so they say V And she sought put his cot and abEt whispered his name Since then hes improving each day For a sweetheart hath skill whOre a surgeon hath not Though the cures not in medical lore Ill And loves helped the hero to rise from his cot In hospital ward number four Roy Forrell Greene Leslies Weekly IT writes Miss MarieItIt the noin Minx is the j article which j p4er a few v fJ St good wQrkl on institution for years nt several article gives this tory of the of the Among early is an in old fellow a kindness tl a benefactor1 i materially1m a badly needed name was t and he but to a friend new academy i d is dedi years Sister old old man said a very hard not been for IOMPLIMENTAIW was a tinker I gave him an I a shop4rHe the country i which he into various a our utensils Then het 1and ped the villages as far as- atwo trips Without for sayh he brought a up in a bagf tossed he Superiort over say inIJ make use of given by him piano for- thad been t pupils HeIl for Jesuit mentally unl rejected Hejj Maryland and could not friend 9ng tojSt El Ie The dom law which is now in effect in this state provides a punishment of a fine of from 5 to 30 for parents who fail to send children between the ages of seven and twelve years o school at least eight con secutive weeks during the yearC It is rather a sad stiLe of affairs when parents are found who are so indifferent to the future well oi their children as not to desire to give them the benefit f the educational advantages by our free schools But many are to be found and right hero in Washington county too no doubt who are just that indifferent In such casesthb4- tW should be applied without1i favor ior it is for just such cases thatf it is made There is an other provision of the law too that make the trustees liable to prosecution for nbt prosecuting the parents or guardians for not complying with compulsory act Sonic of these trustees who have been laboring under the delusion thatthe sole duty of a trustee was to get some friend the job as teacher should get this last section of the law and paste it in their hats as a reminder that they mustkeep an eye out for the parent who will allow his phild to grow up in ignorance nIIrelhim than General Weyler the Spaniard and in comparison with whom the man who blew up the Maine is a tender hearted saint has been putting out poison about town again find last week several valuable dogs died as yibtims to this fiends wanton cruelty There are no words of condemnation in the English language too severe for the felI low who from pure cussedness takes it upon himself to poison other peoples dogs and then perhaps comfort himself secretly that he is doing the public a favor It has oftentimes been said that the average nan will fight quicker for his dog than for almost anything else and lon would have boOn convinced of the truth of the saying had he heard some of the side remarks made the other day by owners iof several dogs that were vicI tims of the poison fiends latest nets There are dogs und dogs some are worthless curs friend less and ownerless while there are other dogs of real good and for whom perhaps their owners have a sincere attachment but to the poisoner all dogs look alike und many a good doggies brought to an untimely grave ft account of sins real or imag inary of a disreputable brother Wo are in favor of a dog law that will protect the community against being over run witli worthless dogs We would also like to see a law in force mak ing it an offense punishable by death for the fellow who sneaks about the alleys and streets after night feeding poisonous meat to his neighbors doge 4 F fare atItemptedvery young people who live out in the county and its failure on account of the prompt action of n irate parent comes to usjThe young girl in the case is welltodoI1farmercitizeu fond parents to entertain such roThantic idea as that con ceived by her and her sweet eart also of tender years They had however succeeded sot ar in carrying out their designs to reach a neighboring town they were to take the when the father of the young girl who had boon in IIbisyoung man to understand in language unmistakable that heJ must give up such a romantic and high handed proceedings for the present at least and probably for all time to como 4 OMING 4biThcr chances are that the friends nndreIC atives oftho Washington county boys whdare with the army in Port Rico gilD soon have the pleasure of welcoming them home again It has been semi officially announced that the First Kentucky will be ordered to return immediately and will then be furloughed or mustered out of service Of theKentucky regiments the First to which the Washington county boys be long came nearer than any of l doing actual lighting and the experiences and sights encoun tered during their stay among the Porto Ricans will furnish materiall for many war stories j and reminiscences in days to come HoTorDao frMfty Cents Guarohieedto5ccoiiabltscurcrnialces weak men strong blood pure WoIU All druccfeuu L tile Sure La Grippe Cure There Is no use Suffering from this dreadful raaladv if you will only get the right remedy You are having pain all through your body your liver is out of order have appetite no life or ambi tion have a bad cold in fact are completely used up Mlectric biters is the only remedy that will give you prompt fend sure teljef They act directly on your liver stomach and kidneys ttone up the whole system and make you feel like a new being They are guaranteed to cure or pnce refunded For sale at Havdon Robertsons drugstore only 50 centner bottle 8100 REWARD glOO- Thoroadersof this pnponvlll be pleased to learn that there iti at least ono dread ed disease that Hclenco has boon Siblo to carp In all Its stages and thai Is Catarrh HnilHjCatarrh Curo Is tbo only ppsltlvo euro now known to tho medical fra tfirnltv Cntarrb being n constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken In tornaily acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying tho foundation ofj tho disease and giving tbo patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work Tho proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any ce that It raIls to euro Send for list of tostlmon laU Address F JCheoney CoTolo lo 0 Soul by Druggists Toe HaIls Family PlUs Bro the best L = WITH OUR = EE rRMLR a p m t polices stock seed or grain wanted or I for sale or exchange inserted In this umn or cnxnon Farmers etc re qqestcd to send in stock or crop Items foi publication I bavdsale 300 bushels of extra good seed wheatr J 0 WALKER i riI have for sale two good Shorthorn bulsK one two years old other six mouths J A TUCKER Bookers Ky tIx- I have for sale a fine registered Shorthorn bull Also one thorough bred calf JOHN R BARBER t t 1 J have for sale a full blooded Polled Angus cow and calf also a bull two years old Will sell reasonablei i MARION BRADY Texas Ky ifgKlatawathe worlds record for threeyearold pacers at tho Louisville track lost Wednesday lIe paced the mllo in 205 The former record was 208 held by the same colt j IIISam McDowell sold 70 head of 1050 pound feeders to H T Chen nult of Richmond at a little the rise of 4 cents He also cold a carload of common mountain sheep In Olncln nat at 83 Mr McDowell says thero ire plenty of cattle In the tonntry He went out to got thirty head two days of last week and fqund a 100 IIIThe sensational threeyearold sad die rgelding Seochllght that won I tthe 3100 prize competition with tbir teen aged mares and geldings also tho National Saddle Horse Breeders cup at Kansas Oily last week is a Iproduct of Mercor county and waj t rod and raised by J T Hudson of McAteo who owns two full sisters his dam and sire GayS Squirrel 407 Mr Hudson sold him to W D Mont joy of Lawrencoburg who sold him to Ball Brothers of Versailles Hat rodsburg Democrat t i The late crop of tobacco in tho blue grass section is said to be far super i lor in quality to the early tobacco A IIIgreat deal of tho early tobacco suf ere from rust and house burning while the late crop has escaped such damage Strange to say tbo very richest land of this section produced thaIt became rank and coarse of fibre hay ing entirely too much ralnTho Wood Dackicnn A rnlctt Malro t The be3t salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores totter chapped hands chilblains corns and nIlE skin eruptions and positively t cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to giye perfect satisfaction or mopey refunded Price 25o per box For sale byii Haydon RobertsonI l Tetter SaltKheutn and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allnyedbySkfn Olntment Many very btd cases havo been permanently cnrer by it It is ecttally efficient for itch1n9pires and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frostbiteiIaIid chronic 18 eyes 25cts per box Dr Caflys Coadlllon Powders are jost what a horse jieeda when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best In tee to put a horse in primo condition Prico cents per package NEWS LEADER 1 00a yoilr J r fENWIGK I fFiomOur Special Correspondent Rev L B Fork accompanied by O R Brown of East Wash ington VIsited Tatham last week RQ Fisher ot Louisville was the guest of Jas R Nunan last week Mr and Mrs T J Nally returned from ah outing at Tatham Springs Wednesday last The younj people were given arare opportunity for social en joyment Friday evening at the residence of Mr and Mrs Daniel Rqgord The fair fame of the young hostess as an entertainer aseven surpassed The num erous devotees of pleasure were each made a pleasant factor of the most haring event of the serson The telltale Hirds are twitter lug stories of wedding hells and the enchanting song of the honey moon Fickle Cudid keeps the world eyei young with the old song to the new music sung Thos Nally WAS in Louisville Friday and Saturday William Bailee is this week at Danville Lexington and other points in the bluegrass visiting relatives While cutting corn one day last week Theodora Fenwick received a severe cut on the loll foot Inflammation sap in and for several days the wonnd threatt ened serions consequences j Tbe promoters of tle Union- soburchat this place have organized a building committee an3 several favorable locations hav been offered them as donations to tim cause of progressive religion Contractor W A Smith has the large stock barn of John S Yankey begun last Monday about completed Quick work and small profits make the hustler the winner Some of our boys who did not enlist in the late glorious and bloodless war are inclined to view disgust the gush made by sentimental girls over the returning heroes Viewed from a home standpoint they see little differ between the boy willing to do his patriotic duty at home and one made to suffer the hardships without any patriotic duty to many kickers of the bronco type among the boys ho have been corraled on the dirt roads to do gratuitous worif while theIr more favored neigh jbors who happen to live on the turnpikes built Jby generous taxation get compensation They contend and with logic that this is a discrimination that is unjust On several roads the hands have refused to work claiming that they are advised that the law giving hands a compensation for working on dirt roads still exists and that it cannot bo abrogated by the county authorities In some districts the recalcitrants have bOon broughtt before the magistrates but escaped on tecnnlcal grounds The road law and the compulsory school law should be rigidly en j forced then if beneficial our people will get the good of them if injurious it is the surest wayt to got them repealed To Cnro Comtlpatlon Forever sscIfmonerC Snap Shots With a tiraphophoue TheGraphophone is to the ears what the photographic camera o the eye and more for the Grapbophone catches instantly i ana preserves every tnt and Shade of sound A most inter stinguse of Graphophotie is to make records of your friends voice to be preserved for future use You can catch the story ofC your jolly friend just as he told It or the favorite song of some loved one just as she sang it and have it reproduced perfectly atI anytime and as often as you t please Besides the Grapho phone affords wonderful enter tainment in the way of repro ducing the music of bands or chestras or vocal or Instrumental j soloistsl t No investment will return so much in pleasure as the purchase ot a Grapho phone It is the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue NoSOJto the Columbia Phono grajCompanyNo 919 Penn 51ivanla Ave i b1J6tQnlD3c HILLSBORO r h Fropi Our Regular Correspondent William JDudgeon is quiteilf Misses Serena and Nellie Nu nan visited Misses Rose and Annie Kelly last week v John Yaqkey is haying a large stock barn built I James Settle and wife were in JMrsday night with her son JohnJ l Leacbman c Mrs Minnie Dudgeon Copparge i l iis spending a few weeks hereI JMissJ i ant guest of Miss Lucy Settle- Z P LeQchman was at Chap lin last week with his daughter Mrs Annie Godbyii John Godby spent several days a last week with Willie Leachman George jDlark Miss Lucy Sett1tie Richard Sbewmaker and Edgar Settle visited the family- of John Miller at Tat Texas Sunday r Mrs Lou Brawlev Is spending a few days with her father Alex Sutton Our school election came off Saturday with Felix Noel and Ed Sutton elected trustees Our school is beng taught by Miss Serena Nunan at present our regular teacher Miss Minnie Colvin being sick A Nahow Esc pc Thankful words written yljMrs Ada 1 Hart of Groton S j cendtwhichi set in and finally terminated la consumption Four doctors gave me up saving I could Iiv6 but n short timeeI gave myself up to my Savior determined I could noti stay with my friends on earth L woiild meet my absent ones above My hjrsband was iadvised toilet Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I gveitat- rial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God Itt am saved and now a well and healthy woman Trial bottles free at Haydob lob rtsons drug store Regular size 50c and SI Guaranteed or pricet reu df ndedtFarm for Sale hIsisting of 200 acres of good llundf situated about five miles nojrth west of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn and m improvements More than half is in pasture and the balance P under cdltivation It contains some fine tobacco land It is situated thre miles from VatJey Hill postoffice and railroad stag ti6n and on a good turnpike C M KELTY Sprjngfield Ky tl SThrfFrom BenjamIn Franklin e rbestIt008twhat reason 10 ThcorBavff Is best to bo chowti in the last plnio But if yuu o can ROt Dr Inclination Dr Experience and Dr Reason to bold a cohsnUation n totccthor they will glvo you tho best advice that can bo token When you dnvoa bad cold DrJpclin J ntion would recommend Chnmbnrlalna 1k Jemcd bccauo it iapionsanito 0takepremendspeedy and permanent euro Pr Reason S wotld recommend It because jt ila pro scientific and acts flonopening thoeocrotlousand restoring the J system to a natural and healthy con ft dltion For oalo by Ilaydon it flooortwon of FJ111 AND FISIJIXG- Is the UUo pf a Tory Interesting leaflet just bsncd by Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul Railway the filsh1zig tlrellortainterest to tho professIonal anglers as well pall to the amateur A copy will be tent to iIn any addrcsi on receipt of a twocentatampm for postage Address Gco If Hcaffbrd Genl Pass Agent Ohlcago ill Jlather Slugnlar Otto of the strangest comet deuces of the war was j probably that of the death ot Lieutenant Augustine who was killed in Cuba The famines of Lieuten ant Augustine and Sergeant Ham llot Fish vere lifelong friauds and the two young men were born at almost the same hour They grew up bosom fi lends and word chums all of their lives When the war broke outLleu tenant Augustine testgned his positioni n the regulaarmy stt that he could be with bpseveit8l i f TH 1kroD1 iI 1t tf b r i s1 t J Roh Riders He was placed in the same company with Ser geant Fish and at tile battle of Seyilla when Sergeant tram llrstldeath woIindE t How lo Prevent Xronp Wo havo tyro children who ire sub ject tto attacks of coup WhbnovJit n J Is coming on my wifo gives them Cough Rcjnedy and It v prevents the attack ItJSB household neccssUy this county and no matter wliat cjse wo ruo out of it would not dVto bo without Chamber Iains Cough Itqmcdv Moro of it Is sold hero than of nil other cough nlcdl lne- sonibinedJ MNIcklbo lckIo Bros of Kickiovlllo Pa For sal Haydon tt Robertson Narrow Escape Mrs J M Sea narrowly es aped suffpcation by smoke dur ing the progress of the fife Sunny night The family apartments are in the second stOry of the drugstore building On being aroused by the fire department she took a lamp and made her way through a black mass of smdke down stairs She opened the door and was about tolal11 when caught by some one at the l entrance who assisted her to a t safe Slace in the open air Dr Sea was sickand had not been out os bed for several weeks An entrance to his apartraetit was effected through a second story window but when his bed was reached the Doctor was not there It was thought that he had attempted to go down and s fallen somewhere from suf i focation To the surprise of 1l1 the Doctors figure wjth candle n hand was seen emerging from the smoky mess in the drugstore and sson he was safe That Bud den strength which so often comes to onO in times of great danger was given him on this occasion He is doing well and doesnot seem to be any worse off by his exporienceLebanon Enterprise V f i Rough Riders Last Kiglitin Canm Shortly alter nightfali at the lime when the long drawn bugle call for taps formerly sent men r to their beds great bonfires were seen flaringup near the messL quarters of the four first troops that had succeeded in gettingS musteredout ahead of the rest Presently one bonfire near the ead ot the camp haying absorb ed most of the fuel the clans rom the different troop streets gathered around it in greater numbers to listen to the deep throated songs of some of the InutanTerritorYThe etet the Sioux and Pollock the tPawneej in the ring around the fire called lot something livelier than songs In response to a eneral stamping of feet and bloodcurdling warwhoops Rat tlesnake Pete condescended to tireatdance signifying thehard nlug of the ground when the let up irf spring All those hatcotild lay claim to having seen the dance as ItiS danced by ioui bucks joined In the core ony ITbe sound of the revelry brought Levi Jones the Ohero pal1d McMlchaol 4he Apacheti ut of their tents asijejl as seva others whose features and 12traighttokens of the Indian blood still owing In their veins With the = help of these and other experts the crowd of yelling rough riders Created to the snake dance the Apaches with army belts seryingfor the rattlesnakes that should be carried in the bands of the dancers One rough rider wIn particular of undisi uted wTbtte descent but arrayed a paW of pinkdrawers which i ight do credit to th taste ot any Ravage brave who did this j part oftthe gruesome dance so well that even Apache Michael grunted hIs approval Then came a war dance led by Cheror kee Jones and the Mogul smok dance the dance of harvest and peace in which the dancers smoice pfpps and leave long trails of smoke behind them aa they circle around This was a trick every rough rider felt himself cope j tent to do so it was not long beforfe the whole crowd with j cprncob pipes between thjHf j clinched teeth and hugging blw kets of ail descriptions were J hopping madly about barking the long drajpa t 4I1ul1jj TbeRo1s31bsasbsOI Laowcs1saskSIirdhIIusIISrNS4 r tGl 8iiiNa ikiss c f ftt oYALzaa co of the Movui like soJBMiy mbou struck dogs Next morni gnQtw tht iir the late reyels ll hands Were ur 11Newpression of c mp and of their V soldiers lile that the depMtinKl volunteers varrled w jwi ay them was the cheerful fiiwttyu 4 ltriartents once more at mess call jti d Hnedupatiheir troopf kitcbei IC o get their tin cups filled wfK inh black coffee for thr hiKtfc tlm6 Edwin Emerson in qoJ l li ers Weekly fv Farm For Sale Wanted to sell a goodf r situated about one mile esbi4 J Valley Hill station Saidvfar it is one ot the best tobacco farr in the county Wail wat redniul plenty of timber The faf t contains about one hundred aTilt ninety acres which can be diViilte ed into two tracts with a h9 JIon each ABALERBRO VLLEY BILL KY Jt Is not what aniqnurarturtkiA bout his own tnccllcinol that cnreia- atient but what tho medicines a Ballatds Jlorehouud Syrup iocs thoT vwprk and doc it wolL It cures couii Jandcolds In p day Its hotllnjc mafhy1 ing 25c and Haydon fcRoborUoti WAoEN8 SONQL d iTh love that Ja born In the early1 morn iWin fade ere the dayls spentt f ove given unsought rtth anguish la fraught f 1 tTnrequlted love jnust rpent joj o a maiden eanar and the refralik crang A maIden sang by iny sldei Still she seems to dug the ecocatt ring J vWhile I he rfanclea jlerldet Winy ten me fair trrald whcreforojrpy H 410reath And tell me bow you can believe Vhjemv S 4ue iiAnd my love for you disdalru Ill lgae you my hard without inyV heart C 1 v Would I then be truly tMnet1 Aye my own sweetheart UUdeAthci3 is part i If you wll only be mine The love that Is born In the joldrti mom jt 1 Is not nice the morning sheen t lasts through thfi morn and JtkOUtr Jives seorri Though other lovcj opme between Thus she changed her sonsjth echo i y ProIO1iJI a j Though she sans so long Ago 1 She gave me her heart till death eu1I1 part v And pur live together Cow I nFRft4DPELp r WA1ED8evorat Trustworthy OP irsons iu this state to jpnff fritr tit their own and nearby cofciV t es It Is mainly ofllca work coridHrli t homo Salaryl stntlftlitfOOO a8r 1ltt ilt6xpcnsosdetlnltc tbnclope Herbert E Hos8t Pnt5DChlcngo 1 o 1mcet fOW are lbsFdrentWs IUiI IfP IAre cMy Jat well Do they J the bee t dMY 1j f tArethelof food color An are fI they bearty and rofrtttt fat every way If not ifcen atM AMI SWEIIIoleo ftw rt bpo1w 4It1Ipdel boys sad aIrt r ltglvesthmors ladbttMr biIocLIIt is ti ao withrbaby alaJT A little Sertft EmulstoOt three or few times a day w ks die tWa bbuap d t beoyo-gahpdywtt ths asdM 4 neoeatary frirovta bose daw li jjjjt I f fJii p ii iTu 7 wLrIT 1 IIffENEWSLEA1ERiiI J tOO A TEAM IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY p pEL DAVISONJr Pubt Jrr Lowd or bnttncss notices 10 cents POI I n Una WIQuniv1nr Upn and 5 ccnts for cr eacVfUbscquent ttnSQrtlon IOUUcamattertt4 Jote work ist done at low rates but cash tc icfl tiwT5UdondolIveryofeood C k Of AiTWtlauig contracts mader on liberal ym taIt IObIbiarfes n4 resolutions of respect 8 f coats per llnef i ioUxxEMEITs 4 I I CotrlMaiciatrates 125- 0Cutr OlcoraZLtOJQtatrlet Offices t 1000 P ift THURSDAY OCT 6 1898 y Zi THE Cubans will attempt toii L Jao1d this country to its avowed 4rposetY iriopening the war with ii Spain The Mantanaas section j r q ftlio Cuban National party has e addressed to PresidentrMcKinley L m nifesto declaring that Cuba s j i 3 fiaiild ba indiapeildentj that thef i r Cubans relyon the sincerity of the American Government in f f 2i i iihe declaration pf its purposes y gby Congress that the present s ttrIt Cub n Government or any other 7rr 1 teat may succeed it is the prop rl authority to restore order f iwdthat military occupation of t the island by the United States S is unnecessary The antiAmeri t can sentiment is very strong at a Maritanzast except in the manner efreceiying American supplies r j which they take eagerly t t if IY THE Spaniards are in no hurry L t r tcr get themselves and befongings dtj dtof Cuba Their commission df reported to tho American com f issioera that they could not Afj rbegin to evacuate before Nov 1 led could not get through before April 1 This is not immediate evacuation by a long shot and rtna Spaniard should be given 0 tpf undersllwad that they must inpve on hiimediately I fgs c j IT is said that President Mc 1 Viv iB nleym his annual me age to t i i6pngress will recommend a t siding myof 100000 meii and alarge increasein the tnavy The experience the late war i with Spain has taiight the need ot a standing army and the fact tEat ve now have new territory I itt looIr after has made it almost 9 i iiriecessityi t4 THE evacuation of Porto Rico jtgoes rapidly on The Isla deC paiaay sailed from San Juan Monday with 1200 troops andl t another transport sailed yestor rftiday It is said that CaptGen Ik Mapias will sail on the Alicantee lVliicI is coming from Havana it JCa iu1as and Arecibo have been i 7X deliveredi to the Americans t THE jLonisvillo Dispatch deJ I IalitreS that the merchants and vadvertdsers of Louisville havec ltoycotted it and 8 glance atit adYertisirfg columns cdnfinns the Jimprj sion1 that something pf that land is tim matter i c SISI DEWEY the hero of Manila I t J givenTQoro Honors The 1 toto5be iphriident and Secretary of tiii Kftyyj Ul kCongresstoroviv P i the office oi yice Admiral that rhe may be promoted to that v position 1 frK r1 WILISBURG5- som Out Regular Correspondent t The series of meetings con ijicfrdbyW N Brinoaiul 0 i H Poage closed Sunday nightI v ith thirtysix additions 7t i Miss Ida Birch who has been iV visiting her sister at Danville 7 has returned home n V vH 0 poster and wife wer vibe guests of frieinds here Sun f iay I tS74 Misses Ainio Wheeler and v Cfrtfau MorrIs and Dr Carrier d Amos Teator of Cornisb J cr a RfJ Ww2th iWoIdx I SS1 codey1tS LLS4the best 4i it1koff L SNP31l cWEST0N- ir y It l4arL St tcolat1Lfiqa Y L i r 1Lf r J 1 UI1 lIp fJlnela tt- o Si III1iiYW llt If f ville attended church hew San day nlgbt it J B5 Seay and wife of D pv viller are visiting ac this place Mr and Mrs Wm Seay of Danville are visiting here fe Sam Derr of MackyiUe was IshedQ1last thMastersick with typhoid lever Miss Lela Shirley of Tatham for spent llast week with Miss Dora roucheElder Bentley from near Law ironcebnr ia visiting his daugh ter Mrs Thos Jenkins DAVISCODNTYFARMS we by c Davjess is tbe banner county it of Kentucky JllOOO DOO of property listed for taxation o County x rate for 1897 15 t l cents The county has no debt Cornstalks yield 512 an acre old at the cellulose factory oTomatoesi factory bnng 100 an acre Owensboro the largest loose market in the world Here are two of our farms for leiarracNo 5 100 acreselght miles south of V7ensbordlevel l black land 60 acres cleared welling of sir rooms tenement house barn that will hold 15 acres of tobacco Thisisasfer tile apiece of land as there is inrand the state Price 525 an acre t Tract No 6 100 acres four miles south of Owensboro 18 acres rolling land balance bot torn 65 acres cleared one dwell I ing two tenement houses barn table orchard and vineyard i This is a bargain Price f35 an acre Send for our list of farms for sale WILLIAMS LITTLE 214 12 Third St OwensboroKy MACKVILLE From Our Ecsular Correspondentt t Aunt Bean Peter who ha been living with her sonin J8 Yankey for seyeral years has returned to her farm flea here IDr H C Allin of Springfield was in our midst Sunday T J Nally returned from lLou isville Saturday accompanied bY1 his wo little daughters Henryltwo weanling malesE iat2o each Gabo Shewmaker has bought 20 weanling mules from different parties at from 25 to 45 Thomas Trent t of Polin ha boughttho large and com modl OtiS store house of T J Graves formerly occupied by Foster Russell Mr Russell will in the lhear future open out a lull line of dry goods and groceries Miss Ella Wheatley who has had pulmonary trouble for sev ral months is very low Dr H P Cox and wife oft Harrodsbnrg spent part of last week with their many friends and relatives iin our villa Rev Moore preached his first sermon at the M E church Sunl day He is a man of erudition sand eloquence a smooth and forcible fpe kerIThe Christian church has pt on new colors being repainted and xepapered besides news benches which is a great im provement over the old does HarIElrodsburg dressed in soldiers uniforms came down Sunday and judging Jrom their conduct brought along a pretty good quantity of tanglefoot Misses Parks and Thompson I otPerryville spent Friday with friends in our town Quite a crowd of our people attended the revival at Willis burg Sunday night JD Brown has returned from Louisville While there he bought a large stock of dry goods oc Mrs 1R Wycoff is in Louise ville buying her fall stckO millinery goods fl George Clarks family moved into the beautifuf residence of Mrs Hatcbett on Main street- IAt the sale of Mrs Ben Birch yho jesides about midway be tween Mack vi lie and WillisDurg was welt attendedl and every thing brought fairi prices Sam ApldlttTcided the races in Louisville last week The hoiiness mpvementhpsi croatedib little amonjiV pf iin1 iereitamdstadr Sinlese pfj eUbu njcaIodaua l 21 re OtJ ostaQItAJ HJt S tqIHriJ g this nirib a i f Scrofula a Vile- Inheritalice ScrofilafsthemoBtobstInatoofbloOdoubies inherited taint in tho blood S S S the only remedy which goes deep- nough to reach Scrofula it forces out every trace of tho disease and cures o worst cases HyBon ObKUftt8 afflicted from Infancy xrlth Scrotuiaandho nffcredso that It wu mpOSall4O towyss nun three years His head aid body were zaza 01 soreS and his- yesight also became fleeted No treatment irt aparod that tvo would relicts thOhi ho grew orss oondlUon was Indeed pitiable I hdalmost despaired of Ms erer being cured when tha Advice of a friend hint 888Swizis 5net1fl d IJheIJ fhts dreadful condition would haTe bodyyombOth and ho has been restored to perfect holLh Waa18sbDtea RlclStl14eOD da wastefora Blood dfseasea are beyond their cilsoss Blood 1Cncb S all aeepseatect oases which ther remedies have no effect upon It s tho only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and contAins no pot ash mercury or other mineral nooks moiled free to any address by Bwift Speciflo Oo Atlanta Ga rias did of old They may glory to God and Hallelujah every step but they will never stand in old Zacharias moccasins We know of some who go up to the house of God on the sabbath day to worship they will say they are sanc titled through and through and as they return home the devil is their chief and most pleasant companion I tell you sinless perfection means something more than empty vainglorious shout ing LITSEY From Our Regular Correspondent Messrs Byon Parks James Reed and Arvin Noe were in Louisville last week Mr Tom Duncan and Miss Mary Reed visited friends in Perryville during the Presbytery vMrs B L Litsey Miss Nellie Litsey and v Mrs B B Leach LouIsrvilla last week 1MrROlarence Vanarsdall and mother of Harrodsburg visited Mrs S 0 VanarsdaU of this place Mis Cora Vanarsdall accompanied them home for a visit of several weeks Mis Ardis Browne has returned to Danville Misses Stella Hambrick and Elizabeth Bradshaw of liar rodsburffi vyill be with Mis Adeline Merritt the latter ports t of the week MrEd Juries and Miss Lillie Thompson were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Tuesday evening- At the election of trustees for our school district last Saturday Mr J O Polin was chosen by a unanimous vote Dr J S Smock sold to James Coulter two weanling catves for 2300 Mrs Mary Hays iis very ill at this writing Very little wheat las been sown in this section for tear of destruction by grasshoppers t1It Costs No More to become the possessor ofa hlgfagracle reliable L I 1 Cloak It does one of those ill Ithan and cheaply made with which the is flooded 1fot More than 200 styles for jLadies anti 4nO up to- S50OQ Lad iniide ilc- roibrls a fairantes cf correct style perfect fit and superior cstancetIia ycJre buying the but thees ni5deathat Rmcti fad beautifies the Cgnre otergaTnentcan CloakI Our reputation for jundlfog best off everything is cmpHatically expressed frt cor Cfbafc Departmec- tMo ready for inspe tion Fall J kh1rv OoaKR Capos ancl irt k4 j room QecuVIe- ctst i 3 Fp JlUtit MRR J5MAF1EL 1tee t 3 fJJH MGRUND T S CLAYBROOlC P G MoEtnoy ddd Wf Wailtt th A ft ftlr i 6vi r r lR I t Ity Know That we are a new firm With II new goods and that we are after our share of the patronage of the good people of Washington County and we propose to get JJ it by offering good goods for the least money and by dealing = fair with everybody p We have a complete line of g Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Gents furnishing jEtc4tOOtiS 2We will offer Special In 3 ducements to Cash Buyers Our goods are new and strictly t Uptodate Ove usa call c IIGrnndy Claybrooke K- YKENTUCKYS GO GREAT TROTSII 9 LEXINGTON 10 D ys October 4 to 15 lOD Ys 1 StakesS75000 Purses 510000 Futurity October 4 Great 204 pace October 9 Great 203 trot Octooer 5 3000 Cup Stake October 11 5000 Transylvania October 6 4000 Ashland Stake Oct 12 Other Famous Stakes DailyJ Worlds Greatest Racing Famous Bellstedt Balenburg Band Half Fare on All Railroads P P JOHNSTONPresident AM 08 YEARS OLD icr rpidy eQui Q Jr kiIi iInoTar lionel Jtjrtwflqalc tnll ers ntrrtltf Is rpM cctighand eoJda Itmakrs v ZucLaccMm A VetoUa cell tU1- ZflWT SUUQCunt YO RI81 OHE- M1VRJJtUIE FOR 20 YEARB Was red wi Worm Romodlof EVERYBOTTLEGUARANTEED BOLl EVERYWHERE SICflASDOUISDWSU Let c J a Year 1 H W WILSONSecretary Elag oat the old RIng la tho DeW WDg out the t Ring In tho true We bring to you the new and true fnxn the piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to n Pleasant Permanent Posltlro Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tube Tho sore weary coughworn Lungs aro exhila rated t tho microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes aro healed and soothed eo that there is Inclination to cough SOLO DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS UIOftll 25o So and JOO Sliea BE SURE YOU GET Br2FUS P1no4arjiy r a a airIaM fl41t P14at km Diseases S QttettertChnmberlaioaEyo itchingits continued use effects a pertnafient cure It also cures Itch barbers ltd i pilestcbappedhnndachronfc granulated lids Dr Cadys CondllkBi Powders for pariSnndvernilfngoli r Havuon Robertson Druggists Educate Tour JJOTfols With Cuacnrota Candy Cijtlirtlc cnre lpntlOIJ torensr ie liC a 14 t trudmf Keep Posted I By a special arrangement anoVfor a short time only we will offer the Twicear Week GouriefJoumal AND THE NewsLeader One Year For Only 125 The CourierJqurhal has the BEST war news ser vice of any of them and you get it twice a week with the Newadreader making three papers a week or 156 papers a year for only a Dollarand a Quarter t This offer is open to all oli subscribers to the NEWSLEADER who pay up and one year in ad vance and to any new sub scribers We consider this one of the mostliberaloffers made and there is no reason why anyone should not ke p posted one the war news and home news as well Address communications to E L DAVISON JS Pub Icy Our llltlo boy was afflicted with rheu matism In hliUctiee and at times unable to put Ills toot to tho floor We tried In rain everything we could hOar of that wo thought would help him Wo all niost avo up lit despair when Bomeono advised ua to try Chamberlains Pain Balm Wo did nod the first bottle gave much relief that wo jot a second one dnd to our surprise it cnrod him t sound and WtUJ T Bnyn Pastor of Christian Church Xoodceha Kansas For sale by Haydon Robertson IIEl191 Did you say that you wore not feelinc ri well and that your stomnclv was out of order Well then try a bottle of Dr Culdwolls Syrup PepMo and you 8roi sure of relief Constipation and Indi gestion cored Hick htaduche cured Greatest boon to mankihd and is boinp appreciated by thousands tOe will ROt you a trial size bottle Lor or sizes Soc and atora and BrowooI Most iaKiD ungtnveDI tion fgoage Alwayt entertain It reqnlresnoaklfl looper ate it and reproduce belmusic ot bonds orches tras Vocalists or Instru mental soloists Thirds nothing like It loran evening entertaInment Other socalled talking macHlnti reproduce only recordaol cntanddncd cnb cts specially prepared In a labqratory but the Oraphophono Is not limited to such performances On the Gmphophono you can easily tnako and InltanUv reproduce record of the voice or any sound Thin H constantly awakens new InterMt and thrm is rer frczb Tbo reproducUons are clear and lllA- IGraktCIe5 arcstM Itr I tiaiutacnred n- Ed under theiQteIIU or iaUTaInkr- anaslaedont ourastaanent Ii head guIIrte ttr tile world foTTalklngMachlntaa- dvalnisIad4nesappexc Wruoircialegne Columbia Phpribgraph Co DEPARTMENT 90 No 919 Pennsylvania Ave WASHINGTQNIDO NeW York Paris ChlcaRro St Louis Phtladelphij 2 Htunora WajhJngtou Baffllo iIf BEST Goods For f 4 Lowest Prices Thathdstalwjays been our motto but will make doubly ira YiththerWe have an exceptionally strong line 9L shoes in all styles and grades Would call yoYir peciali attention tQ the JV B Lewis 00rCWear Resisters School Shoes INo more expensive than a great many shoddy shoes tiatJWvt rwill not wear half so long These Wear Resistors slices wv are solid throughout and you should examine them before fjy buying elsewhere vfj WE DEFY COMPETIrION in Gents Furnisbi r styhesMensr Childs Suits 50 cents and up t 4r i Why buy childs cheap shoddLy slop shojinad cl6tkr r Ing when you can buy Thorii BeBeat i The Mrst Jane Hopkins Double Knee and Dtible M PantSuits Cant 6UAKANTEED NOT TO RIP FROM tte AT HAME PK1CES Comonnd see these Suits 1 v We havejust opened upa lot of new Hats flCaps Cotton joods are lower tbsp they ere ever known to be Dont pay the old prices before getting ourNewHock Bottom prices f Dont forget that we are headquarters fcr Oarpetfi Rugs Oil OlothSr Lace Cm tains and Wall Paper Dont forget our Inducements to Cash Buyers Ollllfflllgllftlll IIIIIICaII 1 J M BURTON B HABMON BiN 1rAYOX n Ji i k75 iI tff r J I J7VBJRTONCBrn j I f l Under kls and FUneral Directors UOPPINS r I CASKETS i BURIAL J ROBES r 1 I OFV ALL laDs y r FULLY EQUIPPED Call answered promptly dayaoruight t v J The services of an EXPERIENCE EMBALIER j f graduate from a schVolof embalming have btn amgagt1 r 41 IP t rSjJSjHAGAM 3LOCK SXUNOIZLDKT ArJll7 arv AAa V 4IAfAIt r1IN AY AFArw t The Old Reliable yggYil Is still in the Lead Another carloaulijiiit 1 in No trouble to show Buggies aRar A ness1 and can v I I SAVE YOU MQI1EY1 flCome Down and see ML 4 t t jt Vj iI S til KARRICK I DbwiI Townr- JBclow Thompson fioteji i a W 4 PA AV A LV4IrwMa 7- Ctconc m =It I Poor Cardinal Points l ii tcwLLbefoadevery Iljr DrtXcbcpMl rii The matcdt1Hlt h ot FMstbcp4stkyle kUDk tt And nally the tZ yottrJLTJJr Lr MutbcNuta4Duki i Jt1t1s by unkln j Atsc Poi Ia EVOV t gannoit thcr wake sad bysNMw tiUf forwOrctkM aajwrt dot j yM1BORNCtLTh- slrsal 1 C3g Muctat TiHave reached the pttwcl P M M oliacknowledged leadkg Cm T loo hA America 4J jJ Ya tha make no wIskcau sur 4ss f tith Cnn Evrqthpg ihey iehIit auIrlfe fancy Flees are charged JtJj erh s it Icrtafc And you cas I wprflj thrice cfpattenn 0 1JiYott GALLONre4r L IS IN A nu f7 NIoiJAM t NCAli j SPRINGFIELD KYtS t W fo 1 t 11 1 L w i i ibr Infants and Childrenr 1 The Kind You Ran Always Bought BakRs Tli13SIONATURBOF I 1 l71 MURYTttT i JJ14gCEN111u Fp = = b ON PUESPANISH MAIN 5 rpitef IA the faspian Mr Bar a Ikj144l to tell of the following ad r hougJttMtkelItMlBf utl I Jddt not therefore1vouch torpid traUru Bat haye teen careful i IdotoIj iWJaetl llas on my first Voyage in the iwbal Tjladon I got infected Jike many oUter young fellows with th 1 daslre tnni away and try my luck jZ eJeewher And I listened to tho se r ductlve Mdrlfes of Tom Babson an ad Ttjw9ri wkobad led a harum rn14te1kocJngabottt Ia the Pa bicIc aid In the various ports on the r Spanish Main till I convinced myself v thai wp were a much abused chips com piny and that any change would be fox the better Vhite iylBR ia the port of Payta In ntwe got acauainted on shore with Boaae Maiden belonging to a ten gwfc brIg called the Tres Amlgos She F wits lilting out to go and fight some ItbodyInever knew exactly ifho for ttfeaa South American republics wore L always In a rowr1 think they hardly koow themselves what It was all about IBut there was change and adventure Ju t d it at ay rate and Tom and Jlaidak plan to desert from the Marlon andget a couple of doubloons advance by en liatloc IB the cruiser r At various times during our stay we ourcl4 cbark called Scotch Jock tho Tcepta littte lpettaor grogshop slid the lost libertyday thjit we were to have wft eft the ship in the morning not lat lng to return to her We w at to the rendezvous where tiiy shipped men for the brig and f dlsaPPohitmenttrf been represented and that only one doubloon would be advanced instead of t Ibegan tQ percelre that all that sjifiered In a beachcombers tory was t no gold but we had gone so tar that wettlallked to turn back and sh9utd t i hardly be able to get our clothes back V from Sock for his object wag to iave I as desert and spend cur advance money Inhle tavern So Tom Babsbn propoeod that we t should not ship lImmediately to the Pe jariaji nianofwar but hide away un til tt Harioo had gone to sea and thea take our chance of something betttar We could at all events takifap with the ofer of the rendezvous as last resort a1J Th ro waS eccasiod for us to jJe hide away efore tiiightfalj for our j f leave lasted unUI sundoWn I took e good care to keep ocr but my com fade drank so freely that he was stretched out in Scotch rocks back I room before the days leave was up ji quite oblivious of everything r rertymcnr wbcre I could ct reconnoiter nndsaw 4tL1Jo101yto workt and the result was I deter 1dtl The boat was in the very net of 041thisv the pier The officer waited for me and as I Jumped In said All on hand but Tom Babson Where Is he Does jipybody know uf alone knew but though I had re peated my own foolishness I had co 1- Idea of turning informer So Tom was left behind and tho next morning new hand was Shipped in his stead ji We were very lucky Jn talcing i whales and in a year afterward we anchpred at Tumbez with a full ship anuVafter taking In our waterwent Op L to Payta to enjoy our liberty and rentt v for the passage home I had almostt ceased to think about Tom and had no 1j s Y CooglIS ThaillilliI are not distingnished 1yany mark or sign from coughs that fail to be fatal Any cough neglected mayr jl1cAll cougbs lead tg Ipng trouble iif 1 nbt stopped L erckNgcctN1 I Crcscigks Uy wife iras suffering from a dreaMs cough We did sot expect that sho would lonj survive but Jfr Ii V RoynI4cpUtyI surveyor happened to bo stopping with na aver night and having a bpttlo ot Ayer9f 7Cbatrylcctornhiitb him induced my wifo to try thiarenedy The result was j that 8Jr kept on taking it till oho bcneficlnlI B8 HUMPHaffiSSioBayiGa pify litlfe daughter waa taken with a dls trcssing cough which for thrco years defiedJ flthommodiesItried At length the Ji rout recommendation of a friend T began to giit 5 her AyerB Cherry Pectoral After U8ng one bottle I found to my grea psselhatahowas Improving Threo bottles It 4ph1raV8a1eaman Wrought Iron Rango Co t i fAgerSLsLouis Mo L iii J p J G rr R f I M1a1fsizobottl l f8tCba1fI LTte5Q tnougut of finding him tneremore war any other port ot the worJdJmowI I tbrcrf his life to be that of a beje adi But one day wJJ lle stroljjng about I passed what I toorFto be a prison or guardhouse vrhcre n sentry was pac- Ing bock and fprfh yrhfen I heard my name called from ir loophOleh II stopped in antbnlshment and stared at a face pressing up against the opening which I did not at once rcc gnizewj Who taft that knows me I nskd Dont you remember your com Tom Babson l radeI I walked up tothe loop Jop hand in but the santinel Interposed a mQelnslguUlcantlooJdngCholoas the halfSpanish halfIndian are called ion the coast I tcok his measure at a glance a few Spanish words whispered dIS1I1laYedl IHe1 pass round to another pigeon hole oil the other side I could talk with thoIprisoner without being observed j w naanota shake of the hand mtoid his 4hadlo eopHe had it seems waited and search t tnrevel until he was satisfied that I must have gone to sea In the ship when ho t90k charge of the two stocks ot cloth big which were transferred to Scotch 3o k8 hands for liquor and bordlj A few days were sufficient to wear out 1Hothe Tres Amlgos manofwar and the landlord got the lions share of the adoVance doubloon rom was soon convinced that the Peruvian naval service wasnpt what it had been described and beas well aa several other English dventurerswroI h i 1erminedo hpportunitypnJsomo3tcommand of a young middy they tools 1omcdreadful sufferings ttfey landed at the1 btIexpected10f ing s a in halt a dozen vessels during a years time and feeling qulieaie had come Ashore 11 Payta a few days before from a coasting craft in wbVh ho wag m PIOyea Ho haU hardly Ianded1when ewan recognized by one ot tho former of the manofwar He w oar and tried by a hasty courtmar tial where the little middy himself was brought forward and glacTtenough for0 this chance for revenge swore to T ldenlltyv mSt Hewaisat once found guilty ling mutlneli deP1sGd his superior offl er laid violent hands upon hlraf4ond tturned him ashore In a hostile tern ory He was 6Onw xccd tojleath- Next MondaZr said he Iam to bp led out at sunrise topd jip in the In er there jijt tbe angle oTthQwaliarjd shot by a lataon of hCTeCfi6lo soxre1 crows You may imagine how I congratu atddrnyilf that I had been so sudden ly led to think better of our mad scheme and to return to my duty on board the j Marion But what could I say to com fort my misguided shipmate In three Ijdaysrfor It was then Friday morning the would be put to death thoro was jno hcpa of pardon or reprieve But the second mate after hearing my story entered Into tho thing heart dna souL in was too bad to seen an old shipmate made 0 target of in that man- l1erh said by a crowd of human mon keys like these Cholos and by a little management and a few dollars used In bribes he thought ho might save Tom from his fate and run him oil tho beach He went ashore with mo the name even ing and we managed anotner interview with the prisoner at his pigeonhole and cheeredixim up with a hope of de liverance giving him some Idea too of our plan of affecting It that he t cooperatlonWe smuggled a coil of rope ashore on Sunday and concealed It In a pile jot rubbish convenient to the place where It was to ba used Wo were stirring early on the morning appolnt jed for the execution and llanded with p1ritnents as we wOre supposed to havo curiositytowlthithe cthter spectators without sus picion keeping always pear each other however and ready to communicate oy upanWe the au51jmlirchedexecution Here ho stood up like a man b1JIbraced himself agalast the mud wall m the corner lila calmness extorted ad miration from his jailers Sunrise was the time fixed for the zecutIon lo 10Oneans be had neen brought out and led to his post an hour before that time This circumstance however was fa vprable for ouf project as it was nw just on the gray of the mowing be tween daybreak antI full daylight The Cholo officer enc hi file of men wljtbdrew to tho other side of the yam after having c LeI havlng etpoor Tom after baIet poor Tomupfora taig get an one might say Tfie flrinff party Jk had notyet come on the ground ni1I now wasquf tfme t The wall at th angle1 where the rcrdamnnd mant das tboutnln 6 VIPK so tiatyhls cuards had no roar or Die being able 10 almoit wnen they fell back and left him there byt they lUtle dreamed what was going on the other side of It We were able tc communicate in low lories through a chfnfc or crack and Tom watching a fttforable opportunity avethe wool In ft whlspef moT 41At the slgnalJthB rope with a bow Unoknot of suitable size ready tied at thfr end was lotsed silently over the wall iQthe duskV morning twilight this operation could not btrsean by the soldiers or by the spectators who had gathered on the opposite side of the Inclcsure Tom whose hands had been left free in deference to his own re- Quest and sheer admiration of lila sup posed courage to meet his fate like a hero sUpped the bow lino down overthis body and placing himself as In a boatswains criaJr he gave the signal by It slight Jerk Our whole souls as It maybsup posed were In tbom sclesofoufnrn1SI and his slignt ferk was responded to by bOo which lifted him linto the air as if hd had been a child His hands crasped the top of the wall and quick er than a trash it seemed he was overe tandIII Carambo was the exclamation from the guards as they caught aIglimpse of his form against the sky over the wall x Stupid haitbrcoda as they were themfgoneatidgthen rushed back again But meantwhiler the word had sprung among the jllookerson and ninny wore ahead of the soldiers m the pursuit As they j ad considerable circuit to make be jfore they could even sett the scene our operations we had Urne for n goid start and made the most of It WeIjhail mode straight for our bpat which e had taken care to have all ready tfor a start on the instant the oars be l peaked m the rowlocks and a boy1lngl In her to keep her off from tha jlandingplace He did his duty like all the rest and each man droppingI upon his own thwart aj he jvlgorous shove sent her well under jheadway before the howling crowd ofI pursucra reached the water side Give way my lads said the second mate wild with excitement Tho captain will have to give me up again if you take me aboard said the condemned man Not he The lore topsail Is loosed j ow and he got his clearance papers llast night Well be under way for omo before these Cholos get their yes fairly open The firing pltoon at this moment a corner coming at a double quick pace They rushed all out of hroughlil of a little bewhiskerojd officer whose voice Jerking nut Spanish oaths seemed the most formidable part of him But we had already a safe oiling and their bullets rattled harmlessly in the water on either side of us Several ther spattering shots followed but equally Impotent s the first ones for we had not lost a strok in our pulling and the oars were doing their best in tho nervous grasp of trained whale men 1Th Marion was already casting her ead seaward when we allot alongside and nsthe heailynl1syere braced fun ehe gathered rapid headway Never was canvas handled quicker In making ail than it was that morning by us Twp or three boats were seen to push out in pursuit but they might as well h ave saved their Inbor and given up the cbcsoas soon an the sun showed at what rate we were leaving tom astern TUiat was tho nearest that lover came to running away from a ship for you may bo sure tho lesson was not llost upon me I think Tom Babson al ways gave the whole Spanish Main a wide berth afterward He would not oven venture round the Western Horn again but shipped for an Indian voyage as soon as we arrived in England IV A COLLAPSIBLE CUBA l r Some StarUlnc Foluli That Wero Oren heard Underground The train was Just moving out oj Baker street when a big rednosed man with a pink tie came bounding in A breathless silence took possession of the smoking carriage broken by the voice of tho rednosed man Gentlemen the British and Amen aretThis war news is not worth a red cent It is faked doctored prepared tamper ed with and I can prove it You were talking of Habannar Just now There Isnt any Habaanar It has been wiped oft the face of the earth Take my tip it Is all U P delenda cst swamped annihilated Habannar no longer exists The Spaniards have done It- Hump ejaculated one man you dont expect us to believe that do your Believe retorted the rednosed JfianBelleve what you please The razing of Habannar was a magnificentt piece of strategy It was worthy of Napoleon of Alexander of Caesar It was great The American fleet will bombard it will bombard it will born bard all day it will bombard all night It will go bombarding It will spend a million dollars In shells it will spend a million dollars In powder What will it bombard Nothing NothingI Nothing Habannar is built of wood It has moved up country on wheels Habnnnar lit out scoot ed vamoosed behind ten thousand mules It is not there The Yankees have been outwitted How can you prove thlsr asked a mild cleanshaven man opposite By its obviousness Walt a moment added the rednosed man tak note1bookJikeI mean its geographical config uration Certainly there are mops The rednosed man who had lived In Cuba sneered Maps he observed Do you can those maps Theyare no maps Those maps were superseded by the Spanish War Office ten years ago Every map published in an English or American newspaper is faked Not a man Inn million understands Cuba The Ignorance of people simply ratotfnds me They appear to think the geographical configuration of Cuba Is fixed Gen iftiemenTheirILook herecrlcda stout beardedt 01qxtlIneOfElMUty shift from time to time kjOfcourse I dol CUba Is so Imi 1do1Iapslbl It fs causedbYt1e aticWcttheGulfStreamfamillion understapite it lomderstand it I have lived there Then you hear h papers talking ot ecolcentrad s1 Priceless Pain MothersPrlcnds e withitherU1edIOUto any one expecting to become mother says a customer Thus writes Henderson DaleI Druggist of Carmi IUto the Bradfield Regulator t MEersFnendone v 9ertisedr especiallyffectivein whichbearThe liniment may be used at any and a LeryliourIllIs begun and the longer used the more perfect will be the result but it has been used during the Ilast month only with reat benefit and success Itndtonly shortens labor and iessensI the pain attending it butgreatly dm1hlishes the danger to life of both and child and leaves the mother in a condition mQre favorable tospeddyreccvey a stSnlIprice fValuable book for women Before Baby is Born II sent free on application Atlanta Ga vnat ruDDisn mcru aijeav any ttconccntrados They were shipped oft llong ago to Mexico where they are now heIpaysitheir services Mexican cigars will soon be flooding the world I am an agent for Mexican cigars What sin iiits an1Klngscross 1voicesAh I am sorry I alight hero Good morning But remember gentle men take no stock in anything you read The papers are all wrong They are not within a thousand miles of the reall actuation In the Pearl of the Antilles Walt and see If I am not right I have lived there Now take Santiago do Cuba And then the guard pushed the red nosed man with the pink tie aside and the train moved out of the station Street Cor Rights A New York court has recently made a decision brought before It upon an appeal which determines that cable exclusiveIquestion was to determine whether a wagon could be legally driven across the street oar tracks In trout of an ap proaching cable car It was shown trntlcsIpreventIIn a suit for damages The company claimed that the car had the right of way land that the driver should have held up hue wagon until the car bad passed but the court decided that this wee true and that such a doctrine 1not divide the city into practically rapidItheir own peril and without rights This he thought was unreasonable and he maintained that the right of way was to the person vehicle or ear fret arriving at the point of crossing In the larger cities the rapid transit people have assumed a good deal in this regard and have long ago deter mined for themselves that pedestrians themlrehe1earn had the right of way This decision by the Now York City court will reverse the decision of the streetcar companies Collaboration Pcnntwiggle tells mo that his wife helped him to get cut his last volume of verses I didnt know she was literary Shes not All hc did waS to pore suede her father to stand tho expense of the publication4 J Oensrrnpb7IA couple of years ago De Scott Evans itho artist took a trip to Jamaica and upon his return to New York ho ox hlbltcd a number of pictures that ho had painted during his outing lookingIcertain picture and asked representI is a scone in Jamaica Jamaica echoed the visitor thats strange I dont remember ever scalng anything like that in Jamaica You have been there then have InquiredIWell you surely must be acquaint ed with this place then It is a street scene in the principal town of the is land The man from Jamaica looked at Mr Evans for a moment as If he thought the latter must be daft Then bo em phatlcally declared- I live In Jamaica and there isnt a street in the town that bears the re motest resemblance to that picture The mention of Jamaica as a town cleared away the mist I see said Mr Evans you live in Jamaica Long Island dont you Yes replied the suburbanite la there another Jamaica anywhere IIThonbIlOllt said the Madrid press censor thoughtfully TO wjbat do you refer Inquired the cabinet member Permitting the papers to cnn those Americans Yankee pIgs After hav ing10llttled them with that epithet we will never in tbo world be able to ex plain how they came to whip us Th Cow Val Vt In Styles Miss De Style Why does that cow look at me so queerly RustlcUs your red sunshade Miss Miss Do StylerWell I know Hs out of fashion but I didnt think a country cow would notice Itt Womans A lrnnci rannt New Woman I froze my right hand rocking ft cradle Reporter Gracious Did your poor baby freeze too v New Wj roan Slf I was rocking a cradle in the Klondike 1 Clubbing List The best Magazines and New spapers published in the country offered atre duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscribers As n special inducemciit to flcIV dubsoribera and old onesivho renew we have ntnd little trouble anti expense made arrangements with I ilarge number ol magazines nn l newspapers to offer them nt greatly reduced rates In some cases yfc offer you the NEws LEADER and the Her publication together for put nrat thOipriceof the one jtyiw is jhetitho to begin and jicrb iSL list of otc ot the offers I WIT t NgwsL1iADER opIvihle Post tInily 276 Courrer Jouna twice a wcek 150 Louisville Oernincicial doily 5 to Louisville Commercizl elHy 125- uoqisvllc Dispatch u 1 05 Homo and Farmn 140 FaimeraIlomoJournal 175 Cm CommtrcinlTnbuhe 140 Cincinnati Enquirer 150 Country GentlemanIt 300- Interattite Poultryinan It 130 Ohio rarmorIt i50 Independent u 350 Silver Knight i 150- St LOUIS GlobODcmocrat 175 Century Maguzine 450 St Nicholas jfe 350 Southern Florist and Gardenr i 150 Mayflower J 380i 400Hnrpbrlinrpors Bazar 425 lirpcrs Round Tablo 250 KY World TrlII 175 Munseyfl Magazine 185I McClures Magazine 180 Review of Reviews 800 New York Weekly Jribune 125 1651Frank iiThoMctJaIIsMngazine 125 ser r 4 i BBto 815 Saved Bllui111ns Suit Ib Of DUYINO DIRCCT FHCU E ROSEHBURGER CO CITYIThe OUR CRZAT 5 AoiriT1L3UITP Crtltb furs Pants erA we Pay nprcasaz inttt guaranteed made isis Wd ChcrUt la lllut tittj eel Dress U illets fan J ysre fss sp dt1t- reiit4 wlti lilir Collar Crllar fancy cetridc- rdiscd with liii Albert Tell Sat nnl Pattat Wab Duds lrtmmin acd Vorkmon thi rcry bot Stitt hr to j yrnn ollhoat StIo CoUr IJrntioaafs sea large cremaU lalt willi rstna U Wbs dcnatt send pt 05c- cEpris ssy Orderr Rjitstd Letters all s5 it t blrthdij ud Urn or tnill for his ctttrfulljr rifaadfd If ne- tptlfctrv clasps 055If ta lstaeft neeurig- tlsk etc For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Slgnnturot of tee TTionsanda of women ore troubledatmonthly inter back brensts- 8houlderisidc5 Lips and limbs But they need not suffer car3 2JG 1teetaThit71 J CASTORiA d SDR CALDVJELLSN MONTHLY SUFFERINO painsIn oldangerouscan be corrected The men etrnal function should operate painlessly Y r nfQrdld makes menstruationpnlnlcss and regular It puts the deli catc menstrual organs In condi tion to do their work properly painWhymonth after month when Wine of CarduL will relieve her It costs 100 at the drug store Why dont you get a hattie today For advice In cases requiring glvingAdvisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn oeotctM Irs ROm IlfllIwith terrible pains mt head and bsek but have bees entire el NEVSLEADEBI a yoar JTHE WOSDDRS OF SCIBHCB JlArag Troubles and ConsUrap tion Cn Be Cured aridlBcienbatloIakes A Slocum demonstrating his discovery 8nmpdonPulmonl1ry brou htnli throat lung and chest diseases coughs cutarrhal affectiOns pen erni decllno and weakness loss of flesh and conditions of wasting away will send THREE FREE UOTTItHS all different ohlsnew discoveries to any afflicted Tend nthem writing forthem Hta Wew Bciehtiflo Treatment bas cured thousands permanently by its timely nso and hocconsiders It a slnjnlo prpfert iOnnl duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of hllllnfaUiblocuro- Sclenco daily deVolopes now wpndersand this grcafcbcmist patiently czpoilmrnting Cor years has produced results as bcncflcln I L to bunatiity III can be claimed by any mod ern genius His assertion that lung troub tles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt lottos of ifratitude filed iA lug American and Euroj ponn labontorfes in thousands from thogo cured mall parts of the world Medical czpertocpnccdo that bronchial chest pod lung trouble jead to con uItJP tion which uninterrupted means speedy acd certain death CQPineand express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Sufferers should geocrousI A Iocnl Disease A Clinmtlc Affection Notblrg but a Ircal rrmedjr or change of climaie will cure It Get n wellknown phar meccnUcal remedy Elys Crean Balm Itt nbsrlxd Ulna relief at once Opens sat cleanses the Nasal Tairogcs CATARRH COLD HEAD Allays lnflamm heals and pTotrcts tb mciubnne Utto as the senses of TaMe and Smell No Cocaine ro Alefcury No Injnriim croc FuU size Trial sizo lie It l racgUt or mall KLY aLtos so Worren St Now York Frazer Axle Grease nlANOTHE OLD IiEUBRI W9 b EVERVVlHtNG nEAR TWICE AS1 rpf 4 iHighesti Paris and Worlds Fa Uan IICo51FactorIes v vrAvrAV4A AV y WHY SUFFER AeoHt Whan DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guara teed itoeuro you ibis thadiscovery aneminentDbysician I HoKnifi I No InfirtiIIDf h1msss I JTho first treatment brings immediate relief It barn Icuredthousands and will cure you c IAIR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician ia and fihief of tho Chattanooga Fire Department tIY8Aftcrsycars of suffering DONS PILE OINTWENTwasr ommendcd to me The use of one box effected a permanent care I voluntarily give you Una statement hoping it wilt be tneaas antfeningl Price 100 Prepaid to any Ad4ysa DON CHEMCAL 03IPANY CHATTANOOGA JEPNN e im i OctnED BUTTER 1rTTT 1 n NG POWD11L iMade of tbj5 Finest Blue Grass Kentucky Crtai t J Immrftately aftaiUsl churned U fa evaporated by a fcoffiag teat to a Ay fftyrfa IarldmiuctwilhtbcFINESrCREAMTARTARSUJODA sTU6 ONLY BAKING POWDER WITH THB MILK ALREADY lil1jTo nUke the Finest and Richest Biscuit and other Breads the Lightest and Sweetest X Cakes c without the Use of More MIlk yorall Baking Purrosc lsWitbeutaae ifOR fNothing4 Powdered Butter Milk flaking Powder and is indispensable for Pure and Wholes me 4 Bread and Cakes at home and on Steam Ships and Ocean Vessels X I JfI6 6 Ad AAAAA AAr Home GrownFrnit Trees Wo have thousands of nice well grown Tiees Vines Etc for Pall delivery Write us apd we will make prices by tho text rmail J B 0BBYANT COUNTY AOT GARDINER BROS t DEATSV1LIE KY A Whort SiaU lorj Acnld Nc led non inDu la Griefv used Fjloys Honey dnfl Tar b cn need this story would havd had n happier ending Jfuydon Robortson Beauty IB Blood Deep Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarcts Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy Hvcrand driving allitn puritfca iron the body Begin today to bmishrimJllcs boils blotches blackheads sickly bilious complexion by taking Caelrcblhrnuty for ten cents AU drug 1gists satiaiaction guaranteed 10c25c50c AVAVA r r y TfiBLiRS DUCK EYE ir 1OINTMENT 4 CURES HOTHING BUI PlEi A SURE and CERTAIN CUffC known for 15 yraSSBEST REPEDY1OI FILES SOLD BY ALL DBVOGIm NEWS TEADEa 5100 a year FBNCINCrsaYMl Poultry Farm Garden Cemetery Lawn RoOrbad ad Babbit Fencing j Thoitaanfl f r ofinfos in seas CoiaJpfftH teXrtloM faMl frina Low HeVOLLEtl VOVEH WIRE FEWH W l4tis sal 120 St 6 r HL T W Y A +1i AVERS cTp SarSaPar114Pt i qr-t Iz4BEST SARSAPARILLL h s it Best Is lrn easy boast But theres no lest without a test joit e pec something extra of best something extra in brearjl ifrom1 best flour something extra Jn wear from best cloth something extra iTi cures from best medicines Its that something extra in Ayers Sarsa i parilla that makes Aycrs the best That something extra is quality 4lRemember Its quality that cures not quantity Geo Smithofiime LPeoples Drug Store Seymour Conn says I have sold your gooidlv t for twentyfive years and when a customer asks joie forr i The Best PreparatiollI for the BloodJ f l t fJ I sayr Ifyou will take my pinion use Ayers Sarsaparilla PwilLguir t t antee tb tJQU will receive more benefit byusing one or two bottles bf 1 Ayers than you would by using haifa dozen bottles ofsome oUierlclhcL When they Reit I never hear any complaint 4 v t e AJ Ayers Sarsaparilja cutes all diseases that have their origin Trr inipure t if bhodsgres ulcers boils eruptions pimples eczema tetter scrofua etc- t It cures cheaply it cures quickly and it cures to stay Thats why illicit AhAfter twenty years experience a druggist I consider Ayers SarsaparilLa tuperioctiii rXBny8Jmilar preparation on tine market and 1 give U the preference over all others iA Cf VQODWARU Worcester Mass i H jnour estimation zaxds lIsapml1aAyera la the atsndar Vo havocv d tbeard Itapoten olin other than the very highest terms Orz i ffY E TERRIIL CO Pharmacists p State Street Mcntpeller Vt i TcoslderAyera Sanaparllla thebest blood purifier on ties market f Dr GRISE Co West Gardner Mass icUDunngfluteen years of experience with AyePa SarsapariHa have yet toiearaefa ltJsingle case wherein it failed to cure if peed according to direedonsw j r t t v r1 F o COLL1N Druggist Pa JtfeNt fm tbcUvol Ayers Sarsapanilla contains more medicinal value ibsa any otbesess1se it compound JAMES DQlUjE Dispensing Cietaist XIavU1sj CM l i 4f tv i t rr rn wjw r = 115 jt T1ew i IrROO1TS1I i t j JOHN TYtJZ Propr Ji 1 at4bOW aMel guiitbath ttibIth MelJrImprQvementsHot 4d11io1dTwaterI Daths at alE Il iJt ents callandtr7l jaj ue K S il j4C4 iTREET 7 l MXUOW fwabVlELD HOTEIi t Isi J SWaifc wAO YATtr 4t c JQS B GHSSELLPH- YSKHANif AND SUHGCON oa nCE JxoaRs toiot3MfldftogpM- pJ x JHc IKcOhord ifcRobertaon Bldg I 1 HUBERHORDr D KTIST d 4OFFICZ1x2LuT 3UILDnO i RINGmLDKY- ff v r DFt J H LAMPTON m jI OFFICE t tIt CLKnJt1I OP- VIC4L i = 1RJFRINEI41RTflfir c4 m 1 f 4 xcHouRs tJ2 to a p m of t 4q VERYDAY- lo J ZPKINaFLELD KY- II J 11IIL I BtJRTOlf I 0 RKftlDCNT DENTIST in I tEETH EXTRActED I WiTHOUT PAIN 1I OtrIr RflIgu BiWJk up slhirsv SPKINQF1ELD KY Al Dental Work Strtctly Firstclass f FNEiJRkPii1ONEYATLAWt w OFFICE with a C aiccnpno i Ji QLAY R9 K tr totnexaf Law 1 i j Social attention given to the coir f 4 Kfa of notes and accounts =lba0IV with W O McChotd i SPRINGFIELD KY ri J 1i rekaSaloou1 if 1 YIl rfT TI ceQp constantly on hand six old McKENNA WHISKEY b V lcw v 12d16 for medicinal use It jlddLager Beer on Tap r4 V5 tllG SCHOONERS i j f JJa T ilOIPSON Pro t4 SPRINGFIELD Ky 9AS B yANy t i t4Jcti EER In i SpecialtI lff SPRINGFIELD KY =J U CI ENSOES I 1 r BLACKSMITh SIIO- Pflorseshoein I Carriage Repairing I SS ilind Oeneral l Blabksmithing ItivoIr ifci iitlsf action at the Casey shop IA lifei 1y SPRINGFIELD KY i f L s j f That dark brown tasto and horrid fig 1rf111 oa bare In tho morning isl V CatU dbyanidactiJeller Some moo I clti teJle for aw hlJe others for ate f If bay Rortofl sbut Hii4no curcr Unydon it Tbieca11tai4 SsoTorIEo tnjI 1siabhswewerker thatmakui- tJilt iglts or II Cm in Iset eek1caa4 8MBpl tree A rcwi ff fL 1asrI1 Iy Cs CU so w New York rt19tworthy Pc 11fMMMtJnUSMltate to manage oi irl t countd k C SaytnightOOiyoarzit id s delinllJr fide hp more i y Vrtf I75 Refer 1d4 ie1fskIreied stunp id BfttItrl iN11 Pmt Dept 4SN1IQS I r iT I ABOUT TbWNV1JU tttJt 1JJJJit tttt tJJtut t3J J ttJ tt J SEED rye for sale THOMPSON LAKE LOSTC A dark Jersey cowf with whiteflttnnerrag tied aro1nl both horns Reward returned- to SB THOMPSON f Springfield KyJ I wish to renta part of my residence in town C 0 McGiLi SEED Vheat lor sale- THOMPSON 9 LA- NOTICEI will next November open a Poultry S1ugbtern House and will pay the highesttJ ash price for turkeys and all kinds of live fowls and eggs 4C CMcGiLL QUITE a number of our local oliticians went over to Lebanon last Saturday to hear Joe Black burn speak Farm for rent Applytob 90 MCGJLLe WE desire to call attention to iMansfieldi carry on her millinery establish ent will carry a nice line ofB ladies cloaks readymade skirts 0OAPTanon a brother of Mrs 0 R McElroy of this place and welld nown to the people of SprIngc 1 died suddenly last Friday heart trouble THE differences between the cal banks and the county Of Washington concerning the pay ment of back taxes have been satisfactorily adjusted to all parties the banks making a set tlement of the claims with the county attorneyBTHE County Court of claims is regular session this week with alj the magistrates present The allowing of claims and other routine businesshas been given to attention Quite a number ofo matters of importance to the county are yet to come up for consideration ANOTHER letter was receive rom Ed McElroy by his parents her It was written by his at t1ts here It was written at on Porto Rico and states that he lis Well and that the regi ment has not moved from that place for several weeks Be says they do not know just when they will get orders to come home DICK GENTRY the cattle man of Boyle county bought 51 head of good cattle weighing from 900 to 1200 pottnds in this ounty last week at 4 and 4J cents They were driven through t to Boyle county where they will be fed for export 0 AMONG the measures passed by the Court of Claims yesterday was an appropriation of 840 to expended iimhavfbg prepared nd printed a Nnnual giving course of study lind other Inj structions for the benefit of the teachers of the countyto be used b3 them in grading theifctechools This appropriation was m ide at the suggestion of Snpt Bush rand he has the matter in change The manual is used in other Stat l a bnd is said to be of great benefit to the school system AN interesting feature of the Bib School inaugurated recent ly byProf Ernest Mansfield is the Ciceronian Literary Society The society was organized with a good membership and promises to be a valuable adjunct to the school The following are the officers elected Clellantl l Cunningham President Charles Greene Secretary The mem bers have chosen blue and goldt for their colors THBflveyeaivold boy of Wm Cornellius living in town was subjected to a delicate surgical11 operation one day last week t relieve him from the dreadful effects of diptheria The boys throat had become closed and iit was found necessary to insert a silver tube in his throat that he might breathe The operation was performed successfully by Drs Lampton Rfnehart and Polin and the patient is now on the road to recovery NEWSLEADER 1 00 a year- TrustworthyvyANTED Several Pot sods In this state to manage our Imslncssln their own and nearby coun tics U mainly olilco york conduoted- l jit homo Salary str light 8900 n year und expensesdefinite bonafinde no more no less salary Monthly g75 Refer r cnccs Enclose selfaddressed stamped envelope Herbert Eo Ucwh Prest Dcpart csl M Chicago PERSON 3ftL MIss Lydia Huston of Hand was in own Monday Hon W Q McOhprd Is ift Lebanon p attending courtfiHon J W Lewis lain Loulsyille n business tbJa wdok ts J J McCabe is attending tho riCO at Lexington this week on Miss Lizzie Haydon spent two fAIl Bister Mrs 0 0 McOhprd IIIM wItGruridy were at Texas SundayP Miss Battle Irvine went to Leba on Tuesday Mrs Exhall of Winchester is a guest d of Mrs John W Lewiathis weektMrs Dr T D Williams of Bards town was4ierettbe first of tho week Miss Lou Booker and Shaker Bob ertson werein LouIsvIlle last week Mrs Oscar Walker entertained atti euchre at her home Walker Heights yesterday County Clerk W F Booker halir een quite sickrathis home for sev rat days Mrs W B Thnrmah entertained Ladles Afternoon Euchre Club ast Saturday rMiss Lottie Leachman Is in Leba non on a visit to her sister Mrs Johie HII1 Tom Edelon has gone back to his ld job of hustling freight for Agent y Sam T Bay will leave in a few ays for Bowling Green to attend w thollegeroMcsarsEbwland of BardsloTm were here Sunday Ii Mrs A H McOhord and Miss Laura returned dfluRhtmiitrip to Louisville Miss Lucy Spalding and Mr Ed Smith of Bardstown visited Miss Ber tha Haydon Sunday Mrs Oscar Walker returned Sat rday from a visit to Miss Mattio at Paris Miss Lucy Bay baa accepted a position as teacher in the primary de partment of the school at Lebanonf Messrs Murphy Doom and Dick Kelly of Lebanon were over Sunday call on some of the young ladles of Iur town Miss Margie Ray of the Texas neighborhood who has been visiting at the Thurman House returned homo It yesterday tiMeadamesHaydon and BenA Spalding wore in Louisville last week doing some w shopping Mr and Mrs D N Whayne and daughter Unselt of Little Rock Ark are the guests of Hon J ROlay brooke this woekili Miss Nellie Triplet of Henderson county and Miss Nancy Williams of Bardstown are visiting the Misses KImberlin at Tons Dave Barfield manager of the Bray Clothing Co Is expected Saturday to bo the guest of Hon J R Claybrooke a few days Miss Mary Noble of Indianapolis and Misa Laura Ray of Louisville are two charming young ladles who were guests of Mrs O O McChbrd the first of the week Mrs OO McChord has returned I to Louisville with Misses Laura Ray and Mary Noble and will attend tho reception to be given at the home of Miss Ray this evening Rev Overstroet pf the Pleasant Grove church had the honor of being made Moderator at the meeting of the Presbytery at Perryvillo last week Mr and Mrs LoW Rogera am children left Monday for a view to relIatives in WoodforV county and atm Lexington Mrs Rogers will also viiit Cincinnati to Ins oct the fall styles in dressmaking Mr John W Vanwinklo of Dan yule was here one day last wees in tho in the interest of a telephone corn pany which proposes to some day connect with the linvsof the Washing ton County Telephone do Mr Ben P McMabin of Bloom field and Miss Mary Worthington of Lanvillo will be mrrrlod today at Ui homo of the brides mother After at trip east the couple will go to house keoying on Mr McMakins flue farm near Bloomtlold Both of the yoking people are known Springfield lWorktnK Womans Home moeIUoH 21 S Peorla Stj Chicago Ill January 1896 Ovr Working Womans Home Asso elation used FOleys Honey and Tar six years ago And are uslnc It today has always been a favorite for willie Its tasto is not at aU unpleasant Ita effects are very beneficial It has never yet disappointed us Wishing vou all poa sible success sincerely yours LAURA Q FJXON Mgr spositlyecdrApply COIl ELY BEOTUKJa Wazrcn i New Tori Cltf dTo Care ConstfPfttloa rbnvnv Take Cascarets CeOdyCatbartic orSItQ G fall to sure fltuf glits reluna meooy i p Two Greatest Herds of Wisest EJcphante A popular song of some fifty years ago among other advisory and eugr gcstivo verses contained the follow ing Ibo elephant he goes round The band begins to play Boys about the monkey cage Youd better keep away In those good old times a single elo p hant was not fenlyawhole twenty ve cent show alone but mysterious aweinspitifrg monster equalls terri J fying to both man and beast How suggeativo of the changes andiprogress is made in half a century is tho fact that Fjriday Qctobei 14 two stupen t dons separate herds of elephants are appear m Lebanon and the anCuncement instead of tending to all depopulate the place as it wpuld onco have done will temporarily increases population at least tenfold and in by zce of fear peanut and glugercako familiarity will be established between the monster tuskers and the latterti wonderful and comical tricks for thojBpecial amusement and delight of c- ItbaUWe folks Thetr performahces include martial drills Intricate marches dancing di vertisemente colossal pyramidal of groupings concert and soloepeclalM es teats of lofty equipoise restau rant difficulties cymia interludesbox j ing bouts clown carnivals bicycle exhibitions and many other surpristg queer and inimitably compliflhmonte The other genuine features strange sightt and novel performances and races in the Adam L Forepaugb and Sells Brothers all united Americas Greatest Shows give ample holiday promises of the grand est and most enjoyable exhibitions ver seen hero It HUIC the spotw thourWhen from cold and j dose of Foieys Honey and Tar when tho uorencss will be at onco relieved n jto arm grateful feeling mid healing ofSe parts affected will lie experiencedh nd you will Bay It fools lIlTS THE SPOT It Is guaranteed of Haydon Robertson B F P1 CALDWELL ATTORNEYATLAW for AND Court Stenograp- herS iia Court Reporting all kinds of Bbortnand and Typo writer workcOffice with W C HeChord- BPRINGFIELD KY 1There Is no pain or discomfort when Tnblcra Bnckovo Pile Ointment Is useds relieves that Itching when Increased by scratching It is prepared with scion tle accuracy and professional knowl lodge and Is tho kind that cures blindsblOOding itching and protruding lies ritthRobertson laROijIaPupils on the Roll of onor jin n Springfield Public School for the month of SeptemberpMaggie WatkinswAaiy Elliott IdaHaganHClara Hagan Rebecca McWhorter ClayMcElroyt t Wallace Duncan Lulie Colvin Lillio Colvin Mary LamptonBJennie Waters ftResaleMay Colvin Nannie Tong Allen Waters Grover Elliott WillSelecman E LEE IL E THOMPSONToahors 3You cannot always tell whether your goods are all wooll or mixed goods It makes no difference if you use Putnam Fadeless Dyes They color everything I Sold by Waters A Brownof3 LETTER LISTst List of letters remaining un i called for in the Springfield KyI Postoffice for the month ending October 1 1898 eLiner DownsIMiss Amanda J Ford Mrs J Halymon Mrs Hughes Bruce Harrison Miss Grace Hitchcock Sam 0 Loving Mrs Berry Mansfield- J Stewart Morcer Losles Pastor ItDr George L Pope Miss Maxell Robinson Henry Redmon Bertha Smith Georgia or Rose Sims Charley Thompson Miss Mary Williams Mrs Bathe Walport John Wilson When calling for these letters please say Advertised W A WATERS P M II May Knve Yonr Z1IO A dose or two of FpJeVs Httnoy and Tar will prevent au artack gf pnort monlfljxgrip or severe cold Ii taken InI time CUres cpnphs colds Crtupi la grlppo hoarseness difficult breathing whnopinR couqb nclpt consiimpttou asthma or bronchitis Gives iposltlltQ relief in advanced stages of bon uii p tlon asthma or bronchitis Guaranteed Hayon Itlber liOn TIE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF HGS due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination but also Due o the care and fekill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CAUPORHIA FIG SVBOP o only and wo wish to impress upon the importance of purchasing tho true and original Remedy As tho genuine Syrup of Figs Is manufactured tho luIromdAFIoSrBtJP Co only a knowledge of that fact will j wQrlhlesaimitations ReestheCUIIOnNlAal profession and the satisfaction hasgiventhe nexus of the Company a guaranty the excellence of its remedy It IsUIfar in advance of all other laxatives Dbowelsing them and It does not gripe nor nauseate In order to its xieffectsKitheCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO OIIISTILLE PnUIooo a1 E7 lU WYOwr1f T I McINTIRIna From our Special Correspondent Farmers are busy SOW inIheat and making molasses in1s is section Mrs Charlie Brengle returnedIJher home at this place last B SIundayer father Mr John Hickorson Meaie county Messrs Bark and Eabert thlandfordweek after quite a protracted visit to relatives in Daviess county Their return accounts a certain young ladies cheer It ustnessMiss Janes of Fredoricktown passed through this place Sunday evening lastIII Mrs Susie Warren of is visiting her brother Mr Ed KidwelL of this place Since my last loiter several of our girls have left this section to seek their fortunes in other climes but the majority of them ShomeMadame Rumor says we shall oon hear the wedding bells ng Miss Etta Hill retuiucd home st Sunday after quite a pleasant visit to friends and relatives Botland Mr Burk Blandford of this lace has accepted a position in caithkRobertill were in your town Tuesday Several of the soldiers have wo come nomo on a thirty days fur at lough an Ballards Snow Liniment cures Rhou PtlteiaruIaoeOldTho most penetrating Hn wmoutRobert80nIt SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES On Monday Oct 24 i8g8p iIt The same being County Court dayT will otter at tho Courthouse door in Springfield Ky to the highest bidder tho following described property or o mnch thereof as will pay the tues and costs duo me as Sheriff of Wash Cngton Tnfor taxes of the years and amounts solH opposIte their names WilliBborg District Mrs Sophia Bar nott on town lot amount of taxes and costs for year 1897 93 50 Theodore Hempblll nonresident on land amount of taxes and costa SforJl John Button Sr on land amount of taxes and costa for years 189598 9793848Pottsvillo District G 8 Qoodo on town lot amount of taxes and costa for years 189598019572 75 J A Toting on land aRount oOr taxes and costa for years 1895 9697i98 336O1 Mrs Malvina Young on landamonnt t of taxes and costs for years 189897 984 e22 76 Springfield No 8H H Fowlor on j land amount of taxes and costs for years 18970798 814 20 I will continue to advertise for sateC property of other persons which tues j are due and unpaid until all of this old business Is eettlodi H B POWELL Sheriff Washington County Nfercr Snt Die 4 Many desperate cases of kidney dir eases pronotinocd incttrable have been cured by fpley Kidney Cur Many physicians Usb it finydon Robortvm Old fashions in trcasmav lid roylvodf but lio old fasfiiotfeil mcdlolne tan rc cipincoChamberlahjl piarrhotsa Rcmedy7 ilayddh tlobertJ eon 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHJJ G FIR I N IIO LBA G GAtG nclose of Business September 1808 NO 176V G Lone and DlScountaJM8785SGG 85USJ UnoDOJ3nktngll J700000 from National Banks loot Ito 109749Due nI 24815DuenIChccks20300Notes00Fractional G andeents2311wruaMosyBzszuveliK Legaltender notos1835oo 1801715 demption fund withU 81re48nIurer5 percent of circulation 16S750 Totals 2107o503 fMOOOOOe e 4f000000BanjlnsFnnd nI expensesand 488180Stateto other National Banks 806 340Z9SnIIndividU31chock 83524PI me Certificate of Deposit lUOI8I tesand bills redJscountcdS2IIroc G abilities other than those stated nIaOOToJ TotalsiinosSTA- TS or KBjrrucKV or WJISB ISQTOS ss A U McElroV Cashier of theobovc med bank do solemnly swear tha the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliefA UcELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mo this t day of October J A BOPLWARB NP W Go Ky CoauscrAttotS WKELLY L DNEY G I Is your child peeked and peevish Does it have convulsions If so it has j worms Whites Cream Vermifuge is e only safe curo Evory bottle is guar teed to bring worms 25e Haydon Robertson You cannot always toll whether youroIIII goods are always wool or mixed goods makes no difference If you use Put ia Fadeless Dyes They color every thing Sold by Waters Drown DEWMid 1E11I Whlalsy Habits as hone wits WL Booltoiper w5qILrMD aen JX 0 voo lQllflrJ lei A GR1TIGAL TIME During the Battle of San tiagd ICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY- The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes Their Bfe role efforts In Getting AmnnlUon and Rations to the Front Saved too DayP Butler of pack train No 3 writing from Wantlatro do Cubs on July 23d savs Wo nil had diarrhoea In more or ICM violent form and when wo landed we trednaso ot rush and rush night and day to eep the troop supplied with nmnnltion qd rations bnt thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy wore able to keep at work and kcoj our health In fact sincerely believe that ono critical time this raekidno was indirect savior to dnr army for if tho packers bad boon unable to work there would bavo boon no wav of gpttlng sup ltoB to the front There wero no roads at a wngou train could use My com do and myself hid the good fortuho to lay in supply of this medicine before e left Tumpa and I know In rout cases absolutely saved my life Tho above letter was written to the mnura IMII of thIS medicine the Chamhorlaln ModicineCoDeaMoIncsIa For sale by Haydon Robertson THE MARKETS Tfao following table represents the prices aid for farm products in BnViogfield l he dealers therein It Is Corrected up tollo took Wednesday brit is subject arIUon thereafter on private adriccs from Louisville dealers Vhoat per bu to tCorn per bu 35 to 40 OaU per btt 80 to 85 Rye per bu 50 lover per bn 3 to imothypcrbu 4J 185 to 150I Orchard Urass per bu 75 to ay Timothy pore wt 50 Hay Hover per cwt 40 to 45 l LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE IIeport furnished by the LouiaTliltf Lire tock Journal West Main Street Lou 73 Light shipping 4 B0a4 75 Best butcher teen 4 83a4 tO Pair to good botcher 8 75a4 Sg Common to mcd butcher steen 8 90 Thin rough steers poor coyrs and scalawags 25a2 25 Oxen good to extra 8liOaCOI xen common to medium 3 61a3 teeders454 nJgtVeal Calvesi 6 gjChoice11t Fair to good i iutrM15 0039 HOGS Choice packing and butchers KJlbtoDOOIb 410 Fair to good packIng lb to200lba 410 Good to extra light 160160 lbt 4 at 10 Fatjihoatsil tC Ibe 3 toaStW Fat hoats1001i01b v 540a3- tiI1gid0teU0liaii 3750323- Bougb IbI 2 Wa3 40 BHEE2 AND LAMBS 0 jod to eititt ahlppIrigBheep 8 S5 3 60 JfdfttoiObdH Pa33 Comrnofttdtt1edlUin5o lnB 2 a2BdckJ4 iiv ti BkipSaild callaag8 per head Kal fprigJambi i i vB50a500 BCit bntcnejilambs 4 S5a7 Fair to goodjbutcher iambs 43Va4 25 TaUcdsHUI 3 aSOO T A 4 This Will interest YOU jif hiWlnterI Z kayevershownDress Goods I1DessGo Department we are showing rhand some line of Broadclotns Bprgess Coberts Sebaslppholtl TriiingtosuitsatnC1oh1s and JacKets r C lsttnkQfLadieswraps of all kinds Handsome line Plush Gipe Millinery In our MllineryDepar11T19nt we offer full t11j tate jand Misses Walking Hats Sailors ecU ll1m O gl ante Caps Bpnnets etc for children Shoes r In our Shoe Departmentf as yon know we carry wto stock and larger assortment than any house itfjtbwB We handlewell known brands such as Zefglers fine hoe for Ladies and Children Tho Emerson and Bay State Shoe and Leather Co for Men These shoes are reliable McChond Robertson w It nt CLIMFNTS C 1 t fllij 5 7 1e n MATES fJIL v c ITv fuRnlfore Dealersl eSX X X X X We make a specialty of embalming wi whicb k idone by Mr Clements a graduate of a school of eto iba1mingand we carry eYerytbing in Uodertastia We f oods and our stock is COMPLETE In etery detail J Calls promptly attended to day tod night =v f Our stockof furniture k fine and comfleie atW if jiJfcr you want Carpets Mattings Rugs Bedroom Suits 2L Rockers Tables Chairs or anything in the furniture 3 3ilV 1incgiveusacaILXXXX t t t ir MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD kY i tar f ww 1 1IItfi 4J DfD ftI IA BUSINESS r r i EDUCATION Ii Iid15tsiy necearr te tlreossi iuwho would iD ndcottsi1fe Tbli being Conceded It U ot the Crt t Ictaao5speiaining it aehMltaatUod ia the rcry front nnltUe BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS OLIEGE1r t LOUISVILLE KY Bookkeeprt9 Shorthand TclegrapKy Write for beaniifdl booK giving tosUmanWi frau graduates occnpylfig prominent poslU wlUOTMf the TJiUted StaWaifc win Be maliedr JJf fHeadquartersn d j 1 rrf iL FOR THE FARMERS f We handle dlt kinds of farming Iffipia menfs and Wagons and carry a complete line of Fintu Buggies Phaetons SurreyssJEto StnEtetQR DISC piEpy The bel wheat drill on the market One and two horse sizes t y W3 buy andsell Hay and Grafiiftnd all kinds of seed o H- s THOMPSOS LAS i SPRiNGFIELD KY1 rx y UJStjEV LIVERY FIHtfh t i 1t- S Sr r WHARTON TAJ f withI iitCla ti f iccbmmodationiiii T i 7 JtJtii j GOOD I4ORSES GOOD BUG1ESS- eiltthhtIUn IJ h cj tlJ i IIIorMI gIeft Ibboird sd 4 I Vp t JIhe Bst AeSOd1tlOII t Jctfrf if m tJkW ThoLpso54old itM s1MI1ori1Dj A1Y tLc1 it l