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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 13, 1898. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1898 new1898101301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 13, 1898. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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K3f r cfiUttTeln Kentucky LegUlaturc awMMkaa lUpmeatativo la 1UateStnatolIQa C cMcckord SlrlJ1g1lld Ky cuSTV DIRECTORY oiaoutOOunT Ciroalt Court bepina on tho fourth Mon day t Fcbrnary May and October C E IttnnJudo- w SweeyCnihooweaItk Attorney FM Campbell CJcrk x W mmmt Master C6mm8irtttBT QATiy COURT Qiii teriylLJourt a boldl on the third Mon i If UT In Jannary April July and October B tt Lltiey Judpiu COUHTYCOUHT Otcnty COn raee s on tno fourth kon c dayaec1unooth J B1rItyJdge P hooker County Clerir 4lTM Xaycs courtr AtrozaySJRSimlth Jailer It B PwolI Sheriff RTfcmncnn Sidney OibornoVDcpntIei ByrwiCmako i mMtJnaojKXoors county Siurweyor u T If 0BryanA8 csor JR Ward dptii A B Catnpboll County Trcajdtbi PIMP1ELO OmmOTOPl- CA7I v H BaJrer Poliw Judge- John Cliico Marshal ifORsM CIty Attorriev v JUHTIO OOOBT Justice covrts nro held In January Aril Vuly and October v CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH VTWjO O Pugh rwr Berrices every Sandnat am and 8 pm Sunday 0 eboe t8 Prayw Meeting oartVed sesdey nthtat73 p m i ETHOWPT CHURCH q ltiT 3 7 Atkinson Pastor S rnces Gnj tna Tint M2d Third Sunday i In each w nth L 1tItemanaPm tV PRKSBYTERt CHURCHt LXL ClAwson PtorSetvIces every ftanfajr at ra anpm i Pmyor Meet- ig scary Thnr day night v CATHOLIC CHURCH Rvr WenhiesyPMtor ServiceaeyryI Boniay at 8 am 10 oclock at8tRoesaibour a PXTIRHXI OflDERS t MA8o Ic Loneepr1nge1d lodge No taeetalM08nt1XQna TIB each month Wasttlntton R 0 rihtpUr Ne 8T anta IInJltklnl Moadar 2 Rprlasfleld Council No 53 meets every fn1JMonay- wICxzGiTs or lI llMeeta every second 1 d fnirtk Moaday In each month 1CSN sr TEll XLcAnEzMcots every ftrst WeAM 4av of each moBtb L and N TIME TABLE ii JrrlnJ Ltd eartir it Trains If t 43v 4244- r 11 tK 85 1141 ArMpringfloldrT580l20 0 31 12 15Val1ey tIIS1t 43 08 tBooker 5 47 I 47 rt M 11 SICroakM54 58 020 11 W WoodIawtf 0 oaSIS 5 27 Early Times2 2 S5 5 00 BudstmrtS 23155 t 5 33 50NlWroh 00 IrtJS i 8mucls 3 5 lQc7t Dastavilie45 3 50 b 37 IftJtO Cano Spring53 4 V 611 tttiHobbe 055415I I ft63Clcrmoat 7 Oil 80 t 4 M 943 BardstownJunot J 7 105 00 4 401Shepherd3vIflet 4 4lMubr hy 4ISouthPark 71 J 4 S ao South LouIsville 5 65 v4 S LvLouln1U hr 10 1ta Px rr f l I Pereea1 Kr64pge medical reference book ny person aMlcted with any sneciiil 3 4 Jroulc ordohcnlo dlseaec pecultar t t r their Hex Addrem the leading phyM i clan and urtfconv of Ufo UrtltcdStatos fir Hathaway dt Co 70 Dearborn street ChIce TCUUAC4IJIIAITn e laxative rekio viiiini Tablets tn gits rrHt ItJiey Sf k i nfr r i 4S NVRUPI tCURS i 1J i1Hi NEWS LJA0 RJ j f Ch i 31 t- II e Odds and Ends of Gossip = a = AT THE TURN Otf THE 1toAD A MOments pause for longing and for dreaming A moments Idoklng backward on the way To kiss my hand to lon past turrote jtl amingITo stand and think ot life of yester day A littlo time to dream of sunlit hours Spent where white towers rlae against the sky 0 To tread again that path of too sweet flowers To hear again her greeting and good byJ What is there say you in that faroff city Of my past living and past loving loft Wrapped in Its golden haze to stir my pity And call U bittersigh of the bereft The memory of a touch warm trustI ing clinging The memory of that touch grown cold as ice A volco hushed that was pure as wild birds singing A love whose bright flam burned IaCfleeS Onlyagrave Life today will teach me Its stream fleets fast for sorrdw and regret Beyond this turn its sweeping wave- will reach me I must go with it as we all go Yet A momenta pause for longing and for dreaming A m menta looking backward onJ the way To kiss my band in longpast turrets gleaming To stand and think oMifo of yester daY DondboeISMagaz e rn GdOD THIWO If one is toJ Ii judge lby the amount of the claims put m by the vurlons doc i msliItthink they have a good thing thfe county of Washington inl they are pushing it Claims aggregating several hundred dollars were put in by the doctors whO had administered i to the all ients of the paupersII of the JoUuty Some of claims ferero allowed some were propIerlyturrt ap1pe8oabout the care of tile paupers ofI the county which makes it expensive necessity not to say a burden on the taxpayersi and t atIthebetter sysemitizda4It ig to bo hoped that the county pfficials will de i5egne means ot re form for toi iitvisgjladly needed is but pubigflmhd1y It id quiteJproper and necessary that that the patjp rs of the cottttty those who Jtavo absolutely no other resources should be given medical aid and attention when needed butttiere should be some definite system of ascertaining the rat Wty case and sucH should Iffi given attention that is good awhich at the same time lessjof a burden on the county We have a county poor house wherethe inmates receive the attention of a regular physi cian but there appears to be more sick paupers outside of the poor house than in it 4 QOME EXAMPLES Speaking of Q the poor and x the doctors there were several examples of how the county might be irn posed upon that came to light at the Court of Claims last week One physician from a rural dis trict presented a bill for attend ing a man in his neighborhoodS who toowas poor pay tors bill Ono of the Squires happened to know the man andS said that he was now an bodied fellow and had been raising a crop of tobacco eyery 5yeaiold lady who claimed that the county should pay for her doc tors attendance when it was developed lhat she had money loaned out at interest ThOse are only a few cases that came to light and shows how under the present arrangement the county may bo imposed upon The doctors are not altogether to blame It is hard for a phy sician to refuse to administer toi the sick because he does not see from where his pay ds icS omland he sBouidvbe peSsated but from the county treasuryonlywhen the patient Is a pauper and helpless and without absolutely no means or rosource 4 4 JT GOOD SETTLEMENT That jpj was a good settlement effect ed for the county by County At assoIciateand T to Simms Jr in the matter of the back taxes due the state from tho two banks at this place The matter has been on hand for some time or since that decision of the Court of Appeals which declared the banks liable for state taxes for a period runI fling back and including the year 1893 and it begdn to look as if the courts would be resorted to before any settlement would be accomplished An agreement between the attorneys for the county and the bankpeople wasJ finally brought about however that is a good thing for the coutt ty and is not so very hard on the banks The total amount paid by the two banks is 543706 besides a claim againstthe state assigned to the county by the National Bank amounting to about 1000 Other counties in their settlements have not done near so well in their corn promises 4 BODILYAbout the STOLEN case of editorial steal we have over observed among our contemporaries ap peared in toe Brandenburg Mes senger last week The Messenger is a good county paper published in Meade county which is a good distance from Washing tpn county and consequently we inItho to we of were probably not noticed Now gossipIone ed This and That IIOn read weekI tIta wasT published over six weeks ago and the other two weeks later Tho queer part about itI is bat the articles both have a local application one referring to the epidemic of typhoid lover upItodate of Messenger Used it without the change of a word and we suppose he skir mished up the typhoid lever epidemic to suit the occasion father than miss the opportunity of publishing the article You have a great head and a good attof scissors brother g 1M Dtatli of t3apt Shuck Captain Shuck is dead Yes the butt of everybodys joke the familiar latdtnark known and remembered by everyone who has visited Lebanon during the past generation will be no more beard or seen on the streets The jest of the thoughtless or the jeer of the cruel will no more assail the ears which dedtn has forever dulled The tongue which Wits ever ready wtlh a re tort generally as good as the attack and often turned the laugh on tbe would be jester is stilled The feet so willing to speed on any errand ot friendship how tread strange paths instead of the old familiar street tIre heart which knew DO malice is bared before tbe God who alone whould judge it mayhap the trembling hands which never did ill 16 any man except to their owner will find a guideboyond- the river to conducthinTtq the Throne of Grace- D Ath came quickly Hewas hardly missed from tbe streets when the rumor was passed from lip td lip that he was dead Io0r fellow wastbeexclamtt tioh with which everyone re ceived the news TheCaptain had nb enemies He had been confined to bed only a day or two when the end came suddenly Neither h6 not those who attended him thought him in anv danger Only the physician warned by the condition of his heart cautioned binS to avoid rising quickly Friday morning his1 assistants raised him to a sItting posture to give him som nourishment He fell back dead The funeral took place from the Second Presbyterian church Sunday Rev A S Moffett preached the funeral sermon There was a large crowd assem bled to pay the last tribute to the kindly simplehearted man whose good deeds only are re membered God give his soul sweet rest Lebanon Falcon glOO REWARD SIOO Tho readers of thts paporvrlll bo pleased to learn that there is at loot one dread ed disease that nctanco has bOOn aMa to euro in nil its stages and that ia Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure ia the only positive cure now known to Ibo medical Ira lornltr Catarrh being n constitutional disease requires a constitutional treat meet Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in to mally acting dlroctlr upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying the foundation ofJ the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature In doing its workITire proprietors hive so much faith in ita curative powers that they offer OnoI Unudred Dollars for any caw that it falls to euro Send fur Ilist of testimon late Address P JChconoy tt CofToledo 0I Sold by DrtigBists The Halls Family Pills aro tho best Scarlet Fever at Bardstown There are five cases of scarlet fever in Bardstown that Have been reported up to this time They are the three children ofI Rev and Mrs L P Trotter the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Snyder and a little son of Mr and Mrs George Connor The patients we are told are all doing well and have fajr pros pects of recovery Miss Josie Mattindy daughter of Mr end Mrs George B Mattingly was reported iill with the disease yesterday buc we are informed by the attending physician that the young lady is suffering with a very sore thtat but lias no other symptoms of scarlet fever We were told Wednesday by a resident of Samuels Depot that aI disease resembling scarlet fever in alight form had been prevalent in that neighborhood for several weeks past He stated that at one time there were 20 or 8Q cases but no deaths resulted many pf the children recovering witnouttho aid of a physician Owing to the number of exposures the disease will in all prob obiyijrvbeconae epidemic here Tbtlio scboollJas suspended for a time and the other schools should do likewise and every effort be made to stamp out the pestilence Nelson Record BuckleD Arnica Salve The best salve ia tho world for cuts bruises sore ulcers salt rheum fever sores tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and nil skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25c per box For sale by Haydon Robertson Tetter SaltRheu n and Kcwaa The intense itching and smarting mel allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bid eases have been permanently cure by it It ii equally efficient for itching piles and alppleseha1Iland Chrome sore oye 25 cts per box Dr Cadis CoaAlUoa Pewlen are Just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and rermifogo They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse In prime condition Price 29 aata per package Dastardly Crime A special to the Louisville Post Tuesday evening from liar rodsburg says About 6 oclochS Monday evening Dr L gee ot Dugansville fifteen miles west of here and one of the best known end most generally es teemed ioen in in this section was called to Mayo three miles from Dugansville to see a sick woman On his return borne about 10 oclock he was called into a house on the roadside by three colored men who said that a colored woman was sick Morgan got out of his buggy andl went into tbe house and Iron best reports robbery was attempt ed when Morgan drew a revolv erbut before be could use itt sixty buckshot had been discharged into his abdomen Some white men coming afog found I him and carried him to iris boine in Dugansville Tbe constable there arrested Lon Williams andi Bob Wine colored and lodgedIl them in jail Morgan lso roe oRnlz d another colored man by tname oi Harris and Officers Chatham and Smith have gone after him All that medical aid could do was done to save Mor gan but he expired after suffer tug intensely For a few hours after being shot he was conscious and named the mpn who decoyed him for the purpose of taking his money In jail Bob Winn confessed that he did the shooting and said that all the blame rested pn him Free fills Send your address to H EIBucklen Co Chicago and get a tree sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial will convince you of their merits These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective Jin the cure of constipatian and sick headache For malaria and liver troubles they have been proved invaluable They are guaran teed to be perfectly free fromI any deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action bajt by giving tone to the stomac t and bowels greatly invigorate the system Regular size 25cI per box Sold by Haydon Robertson Putnam Fadol cas Dyon are as cheap at 160 to boo per package as other makes would bo at lOc for each package colors from one and oh half to throe times as much goods as any other Joe per pock age Sold by Waters A Browne HILLSBORO From Our Regular Correspondent Miss Ermie Miller of Texu is visiting the family of John Clark Little Mattie Suttle is on the sick lIstSWill Leachman of this place and John Godby of Chaplin are with friends at Perry villo this weekMrs Minnie Coppage was the guest of her aunt Mrs George Williams last week DIED At her home near this place October 7 Miss Ella Wheatley of consumption The family have the sympathy of the entire community Miss Sallie Yankey of Perry title who has been visiting her brother John has returned home Miss Mary Hays who has been very sick we are glad to say is some bette John Leachman and wife were the pleasant guests of the form ers mother Sunday William Miller of Texas was the guest of Edgar Suttle last Sunday Messrs Johnnie and George Clark were in Mackville Sunday John Snttle sold to James Harmon seven shoats for 18 Will Leachman bought a new buggy of Thompson Lake for 1125 Lee Buttles bought one from the same parties for fOO Z P Leavhman anti wife spent Saturday evening with Miss Mary Hays Our school is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Serena Nunan Miss Effle Smith is very ftr with chpthena Miss Martha Hays who has been the pleasant guest of Miss Adaline Merritt for the past week baa returned to her atPolm Bob Malttegly and wife spent Sunday with the latters father James Roddicks Misses Rose sad Annie Kelly spent Monday pith Missis Pearl and Lizzie Williams Mrs Mary Clark has been called to the bedside of her athor Mr Thos Hedger who U dangerously ill at Fairview KyMr George Williams and wife bra visiting the family of John Davisi55c Iarm for Sale lIhave for sale a farm con sisting of 200 acres of good land situated about five miles north west pf Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn and Improvements More than half is in pasture and the balance under cultivation It contains 11some fine tobacco land Ititi situated three miles from Valley Hill postoffice and railroad sta tlonandOnagoodturnpikei a M KE YY- Springfield I y 1 t t i tiHM GRUNDY J 8 CLAYBRbOKEi P G MdELubY 5 We Want the 1011 g f IPnictot t 1s1 i TtnftwIUWLjir t That vye aloe a new firM with j Inw good and thatwe are afteis 1our share of the patfrmage ofIlIs in the good people of Washington 2i County and we propose to getn it by offering good goods foro i the least money and by dealing = fair with verybody 3We have complete line of jg c Dry Goods Clothiqg BOOtS iShqes Hats Gents Furthshingy Goods Etc 3We will bffer Special iiD4 duceinents to Cash Buyers it thOur1 uptodate Gve us a4 cailc tSa j = GruudyClaybrooko Col t SPRINGFIELD KY tSnap Shots Itlt a JtaphoiihqiiB The Graphopbone is to thdear what the photographic cameralis to the eye and more for the t Graphophone catches instantly and preseryes eVery tint and shade of sound Ie most inter esUng use of a Graphophone is to make records of your friends voices to be preserved forifuttrre use You can catch the stofy orlt your jolly friend just as hetoldi it or the favorite song of tome loved one just as she sang it and t have it reproduced perfectly at any time and as ofteIr as you please Besides the Graptio t phone affords wonderful entettt tainment in Che way of resro h ducing the musfo of bands orE chestras or vocal or lastrat mental soloists No investment will return so much in pleaBnre as the purchase of a Grapho phone It is the perfect talking n machine Write for catalogue I No BOto the Columbia PhODOlI graph Company No 9191 Pena Sylvania Ave Washltigton DGl Three Pooler la fonsmffirtFBHC From Benjamin Prankirn When you are lick vrbnr volt liVe best is to be chosen for imididne intbo Qnt place what experience tells you Is best to bo chosen in tho second place what reason It e Theory says la belt ta be chosen m the last place But If yyu can get Dr Inclination Dr Exporlence and Dr Reason to hpld a consultation tORotbor they wilt Rive you the best ad rice that can bb taken When yon davoa bad cold Dr Inclination wonlcj recommend Chamberlains Oough Remedy because it is pleasant to take Dr Experience would recom mend it because it never falls to effect speedy and permanent cure DnRoason wotld recommend it because It laprot paved on scientific principles and actaJ on natures plan in relieving the lungs opening tho secretions and restoring the system to a natural and nealthy con dillon For sale by Hrfydon dt RoDort eonSAfroAmerican Soldiers YoU know how funny niggers can be Well he was the fun niest coon I ever seen When he saw that damned snarpshOQt er ftdroppin from his mngo tree all legs and arms he just up and begins aprancin and ndancin till I guessed he wasi going to do tbe cakewalk t rightS there Then he kind of up to the dead man in the rassl ana sort 081n89 tq himself You sureenough dead man You aevah skyar this niggah no moro You shoot no mo1 white flojora and genlmen pffcers Ycu good fo1 nufiih but linwsard l I CHE wMwakeJ i tbrouh tM coIan e t wir Ejr teJar 7biil I EET Ar M t 2ft these First home thtdtOES atpatdg carcasd tUrr got t tired of his antler and pulled Him away back to our ll estIThe man who tbldthis eiperf ence waS a Sputhedtier of old Southern stodk It Was avVlr ginlaD who confided to nie that tie was glaJd enoujgh after theii cbarge on San Juan tp Crawl nd0r the sarae b1akdtwttlia- S niggsr aud aShard Ms bard tack with hitm ThBrb were many mbrS among whbmight have made thaiiid s ynfe8 ion One of the traits that th colored soldier sdenled t tbposscsa In higher degree thari n ts Whit comrades Was gen erosity Anybody that wpr aj blue shirt or a cartridge belts i hailfellbwwellni6t with himautr there appeardd Jtb be absolutely nottiingf that He Wottldt i otsliate with others froth hiso ptstidhoi to the last ifioriRrr df hardtkIAnother dtstlngulsltinrf trait ww hIs invariable good tiunftir Whdrt others cursedhe llatfghed anddr tiked jokest and ave ithQ Wounded amopg them were apt to roll their eye and smile pa thfitically if yon asked Ahem about their wounds Whoa th re Was an ttpset along the roddand 0veryti0djr feltt called upon to cbhtritiute his state of1 highly spiced profanity the colored teamstsra iha Were the butt of rt all appeared to dferive the utmost enjoyment out of the sit uation lidwin Emerspnin Coll lhers Vfedkly tIh1flsiNGisito title ot i Tory litteVeiUag lleafletJnst issued by the chkngc M1h1inT ban St Paul RMUra de5rpttO of te Imy resorts along c1ureL It vim found of Interest to tho professtouai anglers 03 well as to tao amateur A cow wltf be sent any addresl onTecelpt of a twocent stamp for postage AfdreCRo H Hcafford OktcaaontIflaW to P eCtrr lp We lhaa two diiMn hn arO sub Jject to ntfaeks otfciwfp Whenever a attack iacomhlS onniv wlfo giVcs tlieiu Charabortaltta Co ttlinnaYlId II always pro7crttslh6 nttaClf It Is 9 hpuselml nccessltyln this county atld mnttor What olso Ate rnb out of li Ino not do to boVlihoat Chamber CoUgh Romedf Moreol itis sole here than F till OXTrtrooUgh medldner ICOnbiDcdt4M NIleoICkie DrOll merchants ftf IoHbyi8e Pa For salt by Utaydbn ioi rtt rX T JI t Guaranteed tobaccob5bli cotm k s weak mea itrosgbloedVure sr AU drU ltlst 1Tbo Jircltll iSo fet yrUm Ufcl aiujtj bwn ActHI tss4s 5w itethird IVrkrIha isys5ebss4 t a pOYA V AKJNbS I a b PIIf wIIM 5 rinrfFocSWtCite to ail I situated about og 1ils ot tolly Bill tatibti Salt lam on ot the btai thb oisrathe county Wed asrsai1JJ plentyoftfm8er TIM farm contains aBout oil frlfeirt4 aW inetyaereswbith cut b dfvIC ed inter two tra Li witH a Iwn1 neacTi i A B WALfelR BRO YALtlEY HrtL KrV tfefttft die fttoiHHfce EfrA 0 ThoLofMarysr ville Texas fiatiotfilA itori valffable discovery tba has yet- eentsIado in the Klondike For ers he sdereft untold agoaf Horn donsninption aC6otiipaQiedl y beDorrhage t and was absoSit ly carftd by Dr Bif New filscofefy for Cons tnpt1otr Coughs and Golds lie dclare at gold iS of little vaJuii soDwith thft niarvolouM urer wonliT haqO it eyctt If lt ot a hundred ctollan a 6ottkcAsthma bronchitis and ali hroat and Infig aifecltona art positively errfed iv Et KI IIi New Discovery for Consumptkiirial bottles lied at Haydotf jj on Bbgdftr sli l Jcv tt- d fl Guaranteed td Cub or l f 4pride refunded The Sifccesiftd Remedf itrf 4NASAL GAlARRH i ffi- at bS Jln 1rr1tat1ngeasy4of applicatlol t- ua ohS thatwBl bthoJ 4flon rWolif boIz1flathizM dlieasedsuracesSEr4ie OREAM tmtIap the ita pdftantrcciTiIsltesorqalckabtlo and ape dc cufaUre powers Wlth ceiiect safety me patient ThU agreoable reiaedjr has mastered catkhrhas nothing else has iwH boUt pBJrslcIaiSand patients freely cbncrdcr this fct All nigg1sta ctcrlllykuc edgq tlfefllilt e ott baast ei t1l1lmsbe i scrdti 11iet 4ietae ge1nptoict qbitkI1yrIdioIL In aesio caiesthft Balrai IlnW tfawtot relief If J J atirlft hfrkwh WdiirDJt MBi Gift oi7iria eJii wcItqrncklj 4 tIeeisily tItdb t ss not Sir tfr tko aleretlW V ttfemto a Iftatfa aid oVerlMi sss1si bd thiilIttO a isIaklIkjYr vjswrfb5JIk554CSPISI5S5 war8S m tr1Ii t1 l iiw1ti 0re1itIuspchases lb ptg ahIays Ikei iMsby- iaei1Pi JtMl sad rthWIiIaMsssssf WsfeMJA aMHt TM i Ip4pMidt lc bs PfsSVa I WAserf tWsrksfns Ifi thI to atbnslnes5liithefoW acd a4byerma J tt s ItJ t o aeMci- atJ1o 8ij tt JWsWeLS1 tifi tfl no lees rY zr hi V sNaIiic1oso selfrdcf sta s S M i 0 0 IIqb4etE fl iC JllCbiCMcb Sr 44U A FIeshya nsumptlvesee oss DifoJmr MLccsumcIJi idf isM lavsdOfj uMsIt oISa E1SNWE rof cdr tmP4O3 NO msdy is sucht perfett prerei lye W consumptlot Jw the moment your fo 4llidyushotz1dbaSOlkek IhasI f oolsampl oL Ume you e fat saccd hb a in S ducemeflt yor careI J r t iixiiiiii r rwitJr THE NEWSLEADER 7v11 ltiJII1SU zvrJ1T TUUEELT OInmo Slr 100 A YEAR iNADVANCEv lt i L1sPINGIELD t K Y 11- tEjr ttf Ji JE AJV1SON Jr Pub t Local or IjMncs notices 10 cents per 1 4t jUno for the flrsfinsorMon cud 6 cents for fi e cfc subsequent insertion IiJ 1OCtitor1In Calls candidates and political tterl Jpjwprk is done at low rates but casn r1 must bo DaIdon deUveryogoOdfr f r Advertising contractamade on liberal 7 terms Obituaries and o olutionsOf Respect 3 ebb per Itno t AOnCNTh4- cTh Bounty MajMraiMtfr35i l 250 r 1 CmmtyPIBccnj 500 DIstrI omccg 1000 t t JTOTRSDAY POT13 189si Z S r cent ndlon outbreak inf JBE uior Minnesota is causing a good deal iIJ of trouble and it will probably Vocome necessary to make good 1ndisbyki1lliofthivho10 A lot of th mbefore they are sub 2 4c4 Tlio latent newsIs to the effect that theTsituation in the 1 1T k7 2 Lefich Lake region las again o 1 x reached a critical stage and an- ohert ri ig battle is probable Gen 4 4 Bicon is determined to tie the IndlOngwanted by the govern- j 4 nient dead or alive andf it is saikI3 tvill attack tho hostiles I who surround them and who are preparing for resistance As i many Indians ia TJnitedStates C OQPgm70 recently p3ss aiI ffiS diitutbect territory and the ff redskins are said fo bo maIl 1 f ugly mood t STEtLQW fever is getting quite II avholdinttLei outh andtheprer ldt iOn is made by Surgeon aeneral Wyman of the Marine j Hb gu pital Service that there willjbo fin increase in the dis- ease t anija greater percentage ot deaths during this mpnth TJp to the present time how acr the number of cases and daths have been below the Tec to prd of last year it is to To ped th t 3ckFALkI-Iiis appearance in time toput an end to theravages of the dread w disease IT is thought that General Blanco will try and cause more r mischieffana perhaps bloodshed Ijefore he gives up atiaIt is said that he has been receiv lug suppliesof food and ammu nition and has sent home only rfsqmo sick soldiers ItiS strong riyinKmatgd that his oxasperat ing deliberations have been duo tO a 1le rang P1ent between him andhis government What vW a pity Blanco snot given ai t fightJr PS qualifies at the beginning of Im stilties IIoWARDiGthe murderen 4pa Louisy4llo policeman and thomaij wpo had successfully ijBludled all efforts to capture him 3Qr several weeks was shot and rUled near Eockport Ind last week Mattie JiTahohey a wom an who was with him was also w killecl in the figlitj with the 4officors j THE peace cdmmissibners are still occupied with questions concerning Cnbar Porto Ri hand r rlcduam loathe exclusSn df the IhiHppfnesfrlti Is st ted posi- Utbjely at Washington that the rtlhiied States will not assume- S any indebtedness with thocession 7 v JJ i of uba and Porto Rico ISSI I i3ObDwilitoll Jesse James fctri son of the once notorious bandit is hnderarrest at Kansas 4 lOity Dbef jpolice believe ho is 5 Xl x tinected with thb tram rob jIberres which have occurred in ffeivicinity recently jjMOOPESVLLE 1 J t Begu1arcJorrcspoudqnt I t wififi to so much wet weather r3at1o ng progressed slftwly last week but this week It is Cv Being puLinina hurry 1 i nrl1Jobl ls i l io rela tires hefireseitt u1Bob1ott had his leltarm rokoU i y a horse pawing h1tn- j cPU j1istee1r He is doing welL- r Pr t t rf l VI1lSpoti1iit remove to Lu f itnJqij Qr1 day- 10n laaHcJay Ed Bobrefc EwrWd to bttcberat heifer when d j it broke out of the lot knocking W S Good into the mud A party of tn man followed it about two miles when Billy shot it three times It fell dead and iieybaticd it homoit a wagon Rather dear beef A good crowd opur voters were in Springfield Saturday to hear Hchsan speak Mr and Mrs Jeff Smithvisit ed at Fred i1cktwn Saturday evening Mrs Lydia Jano nUand children visited at Mrs Ed Mayfields Sunday JelsOa Lyddane is buying tip calves He is paying good prices fqr them BdrnOct 1to the wife of Everett Weekly a son Born Sept 28 to the wife of R M Arnold df Maud a ten- pouLd boy Miss Katherine Plies has returned from the city John fi Moore shipped a car Igad of cattle to Louisville last Monday Acc mp3nied by hiswifeyour correspondent was at l3loomfie- dondaylastweok J jfipme seveu newhousesfoing upwind it soemsaalhough all krulsof business Vas Qh a boom udley 6ar1ow und Sherwood fronIOWeoTyphoid fever has about left our community as has also the whooping toughp ndItoitake doton in this portion1 of the county at all t J MflTali llost a valuable calf lodeabiDAYISDOONTYFAfflS Davioss is tho batner county of Kentucky 11000000 of property listed for tasatiorf County tax rate for 1897 15 cents The county has no debt- Oornstalks yield 512 an acre sold at the callulosefactozy TomatoeSsold at the canning factory bring 100 an acre Qwensboro is the largest loose market in tho world Here are two of our farms for sale Trllct No 5 100 acres eight miles south of Owensboro level black land 60 acres cleared dwelling of six rooms tenement house barn that will hold 15 acres oT tobacco This is as fer tile a piece of llaud as there is in the state Price 25 an acre Tract No6 100 acres four miles SOQtb ot Owensboro 18 acres rolling land balance bot QnedwellI viDEyardIacre Send for our list of farms for sale WILQIAMS LITTLE 1412iJihlrd St OwensboroKy yVorliinc Woman home AiiMoeJoil n 215 IooriaSti ClilcnRo III SJauna ii Oor WorkInVornifla flornoAsoc- IatIofl uscrt Folcys Jnoya1drarslx years ngh atrd ara ualnu It today It bjia abvnyarteen a favorite fo vtHp iu tafljp Isjiniutall unpleasant Its eljocta LrO very fbncfielfll It has never yet dlsappblutedus WIsliIng vou all pllS alblo success sincerely yours t LAURA Q FIXON Mgr t POLIN tfc fftua Our 8p9Ja1 Sorrenpondent Weare sorry teVwrite that W P Grigsby ia quito sick will diphtheria at this1 writing Misses Mandy and Belle Van Arsdall oflPtirryyillo are visiting iin this vicinity this week Miss Ceirrie Russell returned homo yesterday after a pleasant visit ut Perry ville Mrs E E Bqnta and two children Lizzie and Nathaniel1 of Mprgantown BAiler county are ylUing her daughter Mrs Joliu Viifleet at Maple Hill Miss Minnie Royalty is visit lug her uncle in Mercer this week Miss Rilla Russell is visiting Telatiyos m Boyle counjy this w ek C Little Oakley son of Luther and jyiiunle Casht died of diph theriai Sept 2ln Misses Lizzie and Bertha Grigsby werptbopleasant guests of Miss Nora Bonta Saturday f1CANTED SovornlTiruslworniy Per nturingoourl1ufllncft8 ties It la mainly omcosrsrk conducted at liomo Salwvatr tlghtsuop ajcatund POllahmlpclnnvelope Dot Sacrificed to Blood Poison Those who have never had Bloodlol eon can not know what a desporato con ditlon It can produce This terrible 11YJunnbleone generation to another inflicting Its trntupoa countless innocent ones Boiao years ago IWas inoculated tritb poison by a nurse who Infected mytabo with blood taint The little ono ww unequal to ethaeIand its an fearful poison Tot six long years I auf fared untold 017IV- AO covered with sores end ulcers Iron head to foot and no language can erpresa my feelings of woe during those long years I hail tho bct to medical treatment Bar eml phyalc1ms wcce rcot1 ted m u no p urpoe The met curT ancf seemed to add fuel to the nrmowhic was devouring mo I WM advised by xrlonds who had een wonderful ouraa made by It to try Swifts Specific got wo oottlcs und I felt hope agaIn revive In my beaathopo for health and happlneu again I improved from the start and a com pleto and perfect euro was Ute result 888I- sthoonlyblood remedy which reaches dcsporatt cases HBSTWLIB Montgomery Of tho many blood remedies S SS is tho only ono whichcan n reach deep seated violent cases Itnever fails to rmnnentlythcmootl beyondthe QSwBlood onlybloodmercury potashor other mineral- Valuable books mailed free by Swift Speciflo Company Atlanta Georgia WLLuTT From Oar Regular Correspondent Farmers aro taking every op portunity to get their seeding done as they have been much hindered by thefrequent rains John Casey Sold to Jesse Uhesser 23 acres of laud for 5450 Prof Clarence H Poage spent Saturday and Sunday at Rich mond Erasus Brownbought ot Mr Dewitt one house and lot for 500 Thos Sherley bought a farm a or John Shewmaker for 1250 Miss LUla Wilson left last week for Perryville where she will attend school James Green was in Harrods burg Monday Mr and Mrs Pry of Denton Texyis who were visiting at Mrs Belinda Lynchs have returned homo Messrs Edgar Wells Will Green Ed Birch and John Wilson were at Corn snviUe Spnday It Is not what a manufacturer says about lila own medicine that euros a patient but what tbo medicines does Ilullaids Horehound Syrup does tho i cowWilug 25c and Haydon tt Robortt on STUDIED TIME TABLES IorllcJ1IGontlomen ho eald while my aa elstant here passes around the hat I will fortify myself Then I shall eo deavor to show you fay powers of mes mcrlBm They aro wonderful gentlemen and It Is well worth a quarter to 830 my efforts Many times have I sat down gentlemen and wondered where I got my powers but gentle men wo anticipate Then ttie hat waa Biased around and tho lecturer took a rlnkfrotn a bottle ho carried in an izkXmsplcuous part of his trousers After which he brought out a chair from the railroad office put it in the centered the platform and dumped tho money from his hat into his rockets Gentlemen ho cald I could easily how you wonderful exhibitions of my fower over my subject hero but some of you have probably seen fake subJ- ects and might therefore doubt me So gentlemen L select one of you to show that my cfforta are all 18 kart and above ousplclon Then he picked out a big healthy looking fellow from the crowd and put him down in the chair Ho then made tcvoral passes before his face Then he took tt potato from a basket Ho ad vanced upon the oubject This sir ho said to tho eubjoit lib- a nice red npplo You will observe ho remarked to the audience that ho will oat it just as he would an apple O go to the devil growled the subject The professor looked shocked and I have effect on you ho asked NopeINot a bit 1Not a bit Thats strange very very strange I cant understand ft But Just wait a cccond Then he mado some more passes be fore the subjects taco Peter he said turning to his assistant ruh In there and get me an other chairSThe chair was put In front of the subject Permit me sir to Introduce you to Miss Lillian Russell sal l the profes sor with a wave of his hand at the empty chair You will observe gentle men that he will talk to tho empty chair as he would to a young woman Ah what do you take me for growled the subject What not yet exclaimed the professor lnk astonishment But Just one second Now Rentlemotf lisvlll make some mote passes 5ogatontlcm- en hero is a pin Yot HPpbservo gentlemen the subject will n Ciel tEe pain I will stick it Not much you will said the sub Sect Gentlemen said the profesBorwlth wounded pride I have done my best You have seen my efforts I trust you have appreciated them But gentlemen I cannot permit any gentleman to TmprbecauseThere comes your train gentlemen youve gotto hustle If you want to catcl H L A PULLED bARKEYT Z Ills Atttadng Experience Xvithrkd 4eom nod t1nJrc 1Detorv There Is a very obliging conductor on the Main street trblley line who always calls out the names ot the streets the ear stops at for tho benefit of his passengers The other day a colored gentleman who bore the illus trious name of Goprge Washington Robinson boarded the car in charge of this obliging conductor He was ap parently li ctrangor In town and kedI to bo lot off at Lake View The con ductor nodded pleasantly and George went In and sat d wnThc car proceeded on its way up Ialn street and the first stop was at Smith street The conductor called out Smith cad a gentleman arose and left the car The next stop announced was Taylor when another gentleman arose and got off The car went bn unUl the conductor pulled the bell and called oul Mary at which a young lady alighted and when the trolley reached Elisabeth a few blocks further on another lady left tho car upon tho announc ment of the name The colored gentlemanwas ttarlng at the conductor by thUtlraoalthopBu none pf the other passengers appeared to notice the coincidence of the names Just one block this side of Gould avenue a passenger signified his desire to stop the car and the conductor caUed out George The darkey looked up with a quizzical expression on his duskyt countenance and then bolted for the door The car went on and after look- Ing around ho asked the other passeifc ger whO had alighted If this was Lake View The passenger replied it was George street and that Lake View was about half a mile farther down A realization of the situation dawned on the African and ho started walking towards Lake View muttering something about too nigger Depends on the Peraon VlsllQru say old chap is it worth ones while to try any shooting about herePNatlroWtill youna feller that depends on who you shoot- 810T7tI0L Scotch caution Is well illustrated in the story told by a minister who taught a bible class in Edinburgh Having missed one of his students for several Sundays ho sold to one of hor relatives I haona soon your cousin Bell at the class for a long while Ye ken its her duty tao attond the echoic Whaur has she gacn t I canna very weel tell ycfthat meenlster was the careful reply but shes deed The other day a wouldbe playwright brought to Richard Mansfield a play for him to read The actor found it execrable and when the author demanded a verdict Mr Mansfield felt it a kindness to point out the tale takes he had made But the tyro wax ed wroth Do you know that play cost me a years bard laborr ho ex claimed My dear man you are fortunate returned the imperturbed actor a moro Just Judge would haw made it ton jrearo he really would Elias Howe tho inventor of the sow ing machine provedhls patriotism dur- Ing tho war by enlisting and by frequent heavy contributions from his private purso In November 18C2 his regiment was In Virginia suffering great discomfort Not having been gald off and the men needing money Private Howe advanced 13000 due thorn He cat at a table handing out the money when a clergyman naked him for a subscription toward a now church Oh eald Howe this jla war time Yes the clergyman replied but we need churches and hope you will give ua something for St Peters St Peter cold Rowe ho was the fighting apostle an1cut off a mans MrHYCa Oh well said Howe Ill give you 50 for St Poter but Just now most of my money is being spent on saltpeter Her Father My daughter can never be yours Her Lover That obvious and I do not ask it I want her to bo my wife nrKm CII lIDt U WURISIW VJE tm M F8 GE FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all Worm RomodieE- ifERrBOmEGUARAHTEtD SOLD EVEnYWHERE rrtparcd tj RinUSPSSH NEWSLEADER 00 a year 1 SESSIONS OF CONar ssJ2fo Eongpr In VriTlmti than In Time or 1TheCongress which adjourned sino die on July 8 after a term of servWo beginning on Dec 6 1897 transacted as much business adjusted as many matters of dispute provided an much required leg islation and did all this with as little friction and controversy as any prey ious Congress In tho cpuntrya history perhapsSThe Thirtyeighth Congress some times called the last war Congress was in session from Dee 7 1863 to July 4 1864 and from Doe 5 18Q4 to Much 4 1865 in all 20d days less than either of Its Immediate predecessors and less than the succeeding throe Congresses Thirtyninth Fortieth and Fortyfirst DurIng tho Thjrtyoighth Congress hoyover notwltustandlnz its relativejy brief cession more public business gained attention than at any Congrjeaaj since The appropriations for tho year 18G5 Included I036000000 for war expenses and 1122000000 for naval expenses an 1 Amounted to a tor tel of nearly 2000000000 In one year Relatively few bills wero introduced but those which secured attention were important Few matters obtained protracted attention In tho presence of a natlpnal emergency prompt consider atfon was given to measures requiring Congressional action and there wero no unnecessary delays Tho Fiftieth Congresa on tho other band hold during the years 1888 and 1889 was a protracted affair though the country was at that period at peace and enjoying material conditions which Required little Congressional action Tire first session of tho Fiftieth Con gress adjourned on Cot 20 188 after the longest continuous session ever Held by an American Congress up to that time 321 days During this first session 3Gdfl bills wero Introduced In the Senate and 11098 bills In the House The second session of tho Fiftieth Congress stopped only by eta tutory limitation on March 4 1889 and there was no lack of bills offered and of measures discussed though few of them were of great Importance Ono was tho act establishing the Depart ment of Agricultural oa on executive basis giving the Secretary of it tho right of membership ja tho Presidents Cabinet Another was tho bill providing for the eleventh COn nB and the other measures Included several relatI- ng to the Indians and to lodlan reser vations In consequence of the flood of bills Introduced few of them could be seriously considered and nearly all the Important measures brought up for consideration In the Fiftieth Congress failed particularly the Mills Tariff bill the International Copyright bill the Canadian Fisheries bill the Pacific RaHjroad Funding bill the Blair Edu cational bill and the bill to reduce letter postage to one cent Lightning Baniooked a lion s During a severe storm the home of Mr C H Rfdllge in California Wl comlco County Md was struck by lightning The bolt struck a big locust tree In tho yard Jumped from that to the peak of the house and burned or melted some nails In the wood From there It wont down tho attic window poet which was splintered went through the plastering in five small holes Jt looked as though too holes were made by a gun It sot the loco curtains on fire and partly burned a feather bed the bolt seemed to part here part going out front and port going back The part going front damaged tho shutters ripped off the plastering tel lowoosome nails over the doorhcad and melted tho wire on a screen door and went Into tho ground under the front steps The part that wont the back way doubled again before It en tered tho ground ono part taking one side tearing out a window frame fol lowing a tin valley down a doorway pun sqitii pun SujJojBTSid jo Snjddfj then into the ground The pat that took tho other side ran along a parti ton ripping off laths and plastering down the back stairway and through a tin safe or cupboard In this cupboard was a glass spoon woo with sliver spoons in it The spoons were blackened and some of them were melted when they toUched each other In the same cupboard wero knives and forks These were melted and stuck when they came in contact with each other From the cupboard it went through tho corner of the house tpar Ing off plastering and weather board Ing and ripping open the cornet posts The family strange to say were not hurt in the least nor did any one feel anv ahn lr rvMrvsa u Ring out the old Ring in thoacv- ping out t1o filSO RIng In tHo true We bring to you the nettr and trco from the piney forests of Norway DR BEL- LScTr1oePine Y byocJenceCuro for coughs colds end nIl Inflamed surfaces of tho Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary ccughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out cause of that tickling Is removed and the membranes arorhealcd and soothed so that theIIIs no Inclination to cough k SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 26o 60o and 100 SIUaI GETJtt PinsaiTt2rUtmevlDKrpwellucoqbundool4J weak 1L A Mean L ctdncDh u lo4JlIU 5S Skin Diseases QttetterChamberlIs tbaitching anditspermanentonTo pileschappedgranulated lifts Dr Cady8 Condition Pomlcrs for purifiernndvermifnge Hnydon lr Robertson Druggists Etlncrt Tour Kotrols With Cnicnrota rorercrlOc2Jc Ii kjS- 1 P posf d r 1 By a special arrangement and for a short time only we will offer the Twicea Week CourierJournalC AND THE iLeaderOne t 1259 The CourierJournal has the BEST war news ser vice of any oi them and you get it twice a week with the NewsLeader making three papers a week jor 156 papers a year for only Dollar anda a Quarter s IITbls offer is Jiito all old subscribers t9theNEwsL DEn who pay up and one year in ad vance and to any new subscribers We consider this one of the most liberal offers made and there is no reason why anyone should not keep posted cab the war news and home news as well Address communications E L DAVISON JR Pub NEwsLEADER Springfield Ky Our little boy was afflicted with rheu Biutjsm In his knee Jind at timoaunable to put lilsoot to the floor Wo tried in vain everything wb could hear of that wo thought would help him We al4 mosteavo Up in despair xvlion someone advised us to try ybanUjBrlnln Pain Balm Wo did so and tho first bottle gave so much relief that wo Jjot a second ono and to our surpnsoJt cnrod him BoDnd and well JjT Days Pastor of Christian Church Kcodesba Kansas For salo by Haydon ct Robertson HELLO Did you say that you wore not feellne wolland that your stomach was out of order Well thon try a bottlp of Dr CaldwoHa Syrup Pepsin sad you aro sure of relief Constipation and Indi gestion cured Sick hondacho cured Greatest boon to mankind and is being appreciated by thousands iOdVjlli get You a trial size bottle Larger sires andlt I1tol8 and Browno 1heG Te I I Iariinnothing like It for an evenings entertainment OtbereocallOd talking macnlnaTtprodnco only records oi cnVanddned subject speclallr Tjreparcd in a laboratory but the Gntphophono b not limited to Such performances On Oruphoph000yOu can easily make and Inttantlr reproduce records of the voice or any ipnnd Thns it constantly awakens now Interest end its charm It over ircaS The reproductions are clear and brIllia- ntGtapopkeaes vestii rrIi iianufsctured under ue of e1LlalnterE- d1Ion and laedol1ld Our head- quarterS otthD worIorTslkthgMth1flr2fld W4r Columbia Phonograph Co DEPARTMENT 30 No 919 Pennsylvania Ave WASHINQTON p tiX NewYork PnrlsChtas St Louis PhIladelphia Baltimore Washington Buffalo t fla i XBEST Goods Fori Yit Icl Lowest c Pries2 y jpreSsLvrigreatest dare both In styles and values tff WJo hav an exceptionally strong line of sboesloa1lJ styles nud trades Wold call your special attention ta J the J B X ewis CouWear Resisters School ShoesM Nomore expensive than a great nany shoddy shoes that twill not wear half so long These Wear Resistors shoes t are solid throughout and you should examine them before 1 buying elsewhere Jtc1 WE DEFY COMPJBTiriOtf iri Gents Purnishing t Goods and Mens and BOys Clothing In prices and styls J ndupOblldsSUltS50 Why buy childs chap shoddy slop shop mti cloth ing when you can buy V J St Tli8y Cant nO Boatt il The Mrs sane Hopkins DonWe Knee and Donble Seat c P f NTEEDNOTTO RIP FROM us AT AJIE anttusPhIeZ Coins and keo these Suits L to tWobave just opened up a lot of new Hats arid Caps J tqbeBottom prices f Dont forgot that ve tire headquarters for IJarpets Rugs Oil Cloths Lace Cur tains arid VVall Paper Dont Forget our Inducements to Cash Buyers Cnnningh m Bileftll- I J M BUKTON R HABSiOK BElt L4YDON S- LJjlc URTON GS nr HAYDbN Sn MArAosir5 3 Dndertakfirs and Funeral Directors COFFINS r jft 1 ji CASKETS fURIAL ROBES I OF ALL KINDS FULLY EQUIPPED Galls answered promptly ayY1 or night 11- The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBALftER i 4 gradu tQ from a school of jembalmifiJTiavei been engaged IHAfeAN BLOCK 1DBThOFIELD KI Q4 vd W AV AI1 IAFwUAt I Th Old Reliable Buggy lI Is still in the Lead A Another carload Just 1 4 in No trouble to show Buggies and Kaf I 1 ness and can v i i VSAV E IOU MO4EJ1Com- eDownatdseePnE t r gr IS i S M KARRICK I Down Town Below Thompson Htotcl 71 Four Cardinal 1t1ffrt Will be 1Onnd fa the gtrincan i f every really c e The matcri m f wdldtedrrFlttmg mUit c AJ Style must be r AW finally the TrciLJJr Work1anshJ r4 I It1 MustbeataJD by uniting these poises ia bRY lIt garmenttheynfakeandfl 1f ockMg Ch JI loonI that MBDRNicoi ThIGreat1IRIIIt Tn Jt Have recbedthcosdposcissojs i1acknowledged lading Com Taflon Ik America You can aaake no ffisu1Ie1a4g JMT iihriiii jf i tNqt kcteiAal yew cas s swarM csiccpius L jf LI L Itir CALLW ff CUNNINHAM tbtWOAN2 A Er IfSPRING JELt1 y SS LSt tt- i LI p w y 1 ID v A tt L r 1 1iWi fi t r I fKii JI ijVII Rooms1Ii i 0 I JOHr TYREC PrdiisI 1 1 1fI few andcbgiitbath fnbBjWith 1 aI modern Improvements Hot S fd coid Wate p3Baths at all Iahpwrii 25 cente iCall and try g Jt 1 3 I1 t YI ai J 3 f MAINBTEEET III ULOV SUGPZLD HOTEL tArw BraKKCT Sra J 3TA r i rJ9S 3 CHSSELL I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE HOUBS 9to1OAMand7to8PM- S 8wdF ikSCcCfiord36bertflonBldg Iz aUBERHH0RD= IIt J DENTJSTj J t O1P1CBxcJILIarBunnuca I BP1t miID KY t t DR JH AMPTON 0j 6FP O thrxr cmcbrr CLERKS FlbE J LU RB RilTEITIRT aQFFICEROUR xa to a p m r ti4i AV V TEVERY DAY jJ PIUNGFIRLD KY f j sII cDR1JJfJ M BURTON f E8IDENTC NTIST TEETH ExtRACTEO I WITHOUT PAIN I t OF zoBrUiuia Bo1 up stalrS ISPJRINGPIELD KIT i AU Dental Work Strictly r FtrstJ1ass it4 t Adw FNEIKIRK rORNEYATLAW tI5 OFFICE with CC McCnoBD Jri DSLAYBROOKfeJ tf IfttorIeX ataw-t1 f 8jfectel attention g ven to the col 4 andaccpunteYf IfOMoQ witbWjOvMchord a SPRINGFIELD KY t rinrekaS8loon 1 Ytkeep constantly on hand six 1 sear old McKENNA WHISKER M e f6r medicinal Use IpcelColdvLagepJ ei pBeerQn Tap t 4B1UOflOONERS lrkjI c41moipsox Propp tL SPRINGFIELD KY 9AS JB RYAN rTS AIIOTIOKBBBi t r plandandStoct sates a Specialty 4 4 i iv SPEINGFIELD KY T r CBWOffS H BltCKSMllH SHOP t Horseshoeing Carriage Repairing T BlackstItithtngIf All work guaranteed to Rive satisfaction at the Casey shop t SPRINGFIELD KY horridIfIfh brBath you haye In the morning i hr 6ansed by ah Inactive H fen Some med f 31dri relloyes for awhile others for n few fkiayirJbnt Hnrbino cilrca Haydou t jitobortROn j Jen5t St aid Bfcck Tour Atttj To quit tobacco eaUy nnd foroverbe vnoilcafuQ of life nerro and vigor takf 1loTOo Baa too wan Jcrworker thotnues a mtront All flrogglsU BOootll Ctur I MOreasS0 J wAirlEP vert Trustworthy Per 90M In this stato M manage our 4hUIiIICM In their own and nearby coun jijaS Itl raalulvofflcb work conducted 5M horud Salary straight 9900 ay ear and more1gfpt priWose aeU artdreasfd stamped epIrb rt E JRci Prcst Dopt w li ttJ E Ii I Eel EliE E fffEiEIi EiEiEEE EfEEEi ftIii ABOUT TOWN iijt 3 a3 3333 3 SEED rye for sale THOMPSON LAKE LOST A dark Jersey cow with white flannelrag tied arounl both horns Rewaitf II returned to S cB THOMPSON i Springffieldj Kt r ION account of so many of my hats goingi out L haveconciudecl inot to haVe an opening You can find new patterns this week and next MR KATE WIrAMs 1yjsh to rent jjof my residence in town adMcGiiaw it SEEIJ wheat for sale THOMPSON LAJCE r NOTICE I will next Novem ber open a Poultry Slaughter House andvjlI pay the highest ashprice jfor turkeys aida1l kinds of live fpwls and eggs G O McGiLL J WANTED A cook Apply to the home of the editor of this paper Pafh orQntApp1y to OC McGiixi fIrLSEVERAL thousand 9ld brick for sale cheap EORGE R CLEMENTSi CIRCUIT COUST begins one week from next Monday which will also be County Court d yI lam agent for firstclass fire and life insurance companies Office with Judge Litsey PAT SIMMS tHE Sells BrosPorepaugh circus will be at Lebanon tomor row and a good crowd from here will no doubt attend THE pastor ot the colored Baptist church has recalled all previouslyissued church JUDGE W W JONES the Re publican nominee for Judge of the court of Appeals is announ ced tspeak at the Courthouse her tomorrow WAiEbCorn a load of puI1pkin ora load of wood from some of pur delinquent subscrib ers who wish to softie accounts thatway I am now ready for my custo mers Have just returned from theEvstwithaU the latest things in millinery Come in at any time and see them Alsd the latest things in Walking and Sailor hats MRS KATE WILLIAMS SEVERAL members of the Leb anon company Second Regi ment who have been at home on a furlough went over to Leb anon yesterday to report for duty The boys thought they had been called together to be mustered out but ihey did not- kiiow THE political campaign has opened and the various candi dates have Amounted the raging stump Judge Hobson the Democratic nominee for Judge of the Court of Appeals spoke lastr Saturday aftoon to a fair sized audience at the Courthouse Heflfade a very good impress ion L MRS A D MARKS has en gaged rooms in the second story over the Postoffice for her dress making establishment and de sires to notify the ladies of Springfield and Washington county that she is prepared to do dressmaking and other sew tug in the latest and best style Good work and satisfaction guaranteed truE following Republican speakers are announced to be heard in this county as follows non John W Yerkes at Spring held Saturday October 22 Ron Charles Finley at Willisburg Wednesday October 20 all 136 p mj and Hon Charles Blan ford Springfield October 27 at 180 po injalso at Moores villoy Friday October 2Sat 1 p mi and Tatham Springs Sat ur ayj OctQber29k 1 p m Ed ward W Lane t a prominent col ajored politician will also speak Iat this place pd tjie night off October 21 I HEJ invitatbnsare oiitf forth r marriage of Missi Francis Ross and Mr JohnS5 Yankey The wedinglstohtkejhtcat ihe Baptist church on Wednosdayj October 19 Both of the con tracting parties are popularly known throtighout the county andtheir ligion of friends may prepare themselves for congrat ulat onsdCW ALINGSof this place received the sad intelli gence last week of the deathof hisbrother James S Stallings whoWas amemberof the Twelfth U S Infantry and who was under General Ghaffee in thfc famous fight at El Caney iin which so many gallant soldiers lost their lives Young Stall ings camo out of tthe battle without being wounded but later on fell a victim to yellow fever He died in a hospital qt Santiago and the captain of his company so notified his rela tives here The young man had been a member of the regular army for about three years He was well known in the county I BY a lucky chance what might have been a disastrous conflag ration was narrowly averted on last Monday night Several negro boys who had come in from a countrydance happened topass thejdrugstore of Waters Browne at about 2 oclock a m Tuesday when they discovered a blaze in the back part Of the store The alarm was given and the door of the drug store forced open and the fire extin guished A box of sawdust that CUSPldorehadfrom the ashes of a pipe which had been thoughtlessly emptied into it The box was consumed and a hole about six inches in diameter had been burned in the floor Had the fire been given a little more headway the drug Store postoffice NewsLeader and the Lord knows what other rich properties would have gone up hi smoke Death of Mrs Cornwall Mrs Elizabeth Booker Corn wall died At St Josephs Infirm ary Louisville on last Satur day evening and her remains were brought to this place Mon day for burial The deceased was about 65 years of age at the time of her death and was born and reared at this place being the eldest daughter of the late Judge Booker one of tho most prominentcitizensof Washington county during his life She mar ried rather late in life Mr William Cornwall a prominent man ufacturer of Louisville who h4been dead only a few years The deceased was a woman of great force of character and was a kind hearted and true friend She had no children and her only near relatives living are her brother Paul J Booker of this place and her sister Mrs J M Robinson of Louisville She leaves an estate valued at from 50000 to 9000 + TKe funeral services took place from4he Presbyterian church at this place and was conducted by the ptorof St Paul Episcopal church Louisville of which the decieased was a faithful member Quite a number of relatives and friends came out from Louisville to attend the funeral services The pallbearers were citizens of this plade They were MessrsI A C McElroy John I John W Lewis J L Wharton R A McElroy and T Scott Mayes Among the friends and relatives who accompanied the remains from Louisville were Mrs J M Robinson Miss Rita Robinson Mr and Mrs Gilm ore Adams Mrs Mad eline Bridgefordt Mrs Garvin Bell Miss Boll Miss Davidson Messrs Alex Robinson W F Booker Worthington Robinson and E L Davidson White Gaps at Texas THe white caps have broken 15bse in Texas We do not mean in the great Lone Star state but in our little Washington county village of Texas oras it is designatedI by the name of Samuel Coco nougher Samuel lives in Texas no more He has moved to gether with his wife arid goods and chattels to a more congenial clime The immediate cause of Samuela departure was an urgent request which he received on Saturday night last when he was visited by four masked men who quietlyl led hint out a short distance from home and adnun istered to him a severe whipping and gaya him to understand that unless he made himself com i pletely and immediately scarce iin that vicinity he would be jS given worse and more of it Sd the rising sun of Sunday morn ing saw Sam and his wife and litotherearthly a wagon drawn by a mule which was to convey them to a climate that Iis not so warm- Th offence which caused the wrath and indignation in the community was the charge that SahUaland his wife haft treated t old Uncle LevrBrberhIij4his wife in a shameful and inhuman manner It seems that the old negroes are the owners olf the house in which they all livejtnd Sam and his wif were given a home under the condition that they would look jaf tor the wants of the old negroes who areboth very feeble Insteadof being a comfort to old age Sam soJhe neighbors assert was a torment and the visit by the regulators was the result Mr William D Claybrooke the rising young attorney had just instituted legal proceedings on behalf of Uncle Levy to have Sam evicted from the home but he Mr Claybrooke emphatically denies the insinuation that he took the shortcut in his case and had anything to do with the white capping He says that he is prepared to prove a complete alibi MR GRANT BOSWELL who has for several years been mail carrier on the Springfield and Texas route dieaat his home near Texas Sunday last Hew 1s about 60 years old and leaves several children 2A rr F P CALDWEL- LATTORNEYATLAW Court Stenographer Oppositions Court Reporting all kinds of Short nand and Typewriter york OfflcowllhWO MeChord- SPRINOFIEIID a g KYii IItlilts the pot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feel sure take a dose of Foloys Honoy and Tar when tho soreness will bo at once relieved a warm grateful fooling and healing of thu parts alluded will experienced and you will sayt IL tools so good IT HITS THE SPOT It is guaranteed Haydon Robertson PERSONAL Miss Flora Mudd Is visiting friends in Lebnon Capt Pat SimmB was In Louis ville Saturday IMr Irving Wimsatt was in Bards Mrs W J Lisle of Lebanon was over Sunday B H MulHcan returned Saturday from a trip to Owen boro Miss Margie Rny is visiting the MIsses Thurman this week W O McOtord skid 0 0 McOhord are attending court at Lebanon Mr and Mrs J J McCabe have returned from a visit to Lexington Mr and Mrs Q O McOhord re turnod Saturday from Louisville Mr K Li Davison was hero Mon day to attend the Juporal of Mrs Cornwall Mrs James Hays has returned to Louisville after a visit to relatives In the county Mr and Mrs Morrison ONan and Miss Josie Leo have returned from a visit to DanvJlleIThe MissesEvans two charming young ladles of Gravel Switch ore visiting Mrs John A SImms Messrs T W SImma Jr and Thuredayfrom Sidney Greene Jr and Bob Lltoqy left Tuesday for Indianapolis where they willl attend dental college Mr Walter Raybourno of Louis vile is visiting his brothers family near Mackville this county Mrs Kate Williams has returned from the East whore she has been getting the newest things in millinery Mr and Mrs O R M Dow ll and Miss Louise Saunders andJK Sann dors came through from banville to attend the funeral of Mrs Cornwall Aliss Lida Gmndy and Mr Joe Clements and Miss Flora Mudd and Mr Robt Button wore Iin Lebanpn Sunday Miss Nellie Trlplettj who has been visiting the Misses Kimberlin will leave tomorrow to visit Miss Nancy Williams at Bardstown I D U Whayne wife and daughter Miss Un Belt of Little11 Bock Ark who have been visiting Jthe family of JB Olaybrooke will leave Saturday accompanied by Miss Jennie Olay brooke for Louisville II OTnv Nave Yoar ilte Adoso or two ot FdlevMl BeDOZand Tar will proventim artacTc of pneu monia grip or severe cold if taken In timO Cures coughs colds droop1 la grippo hoarseness difficult bfpalhlng whoopingi couginciptontl consumption asthma or broncbltls rGlvesSposHlvp relief in advanced stages pff consumpi tton asthma jbrpiichltis Guaranteed tIUaydontt RQWrton t RYPorftj 4S EYE1 IIrrA j iffi EXCELtfiiCE OE SYBUPOFHOS- is duonot only to the originality and otzThlnationbntnjoto mnnufa processesmown SniupCoImpressuponantrue and original Remedy As the manufacturedbyonly a knowledge of that tact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par ties The high standing of the CALI FOBNIA Fia Smup Co with the medi cal profession and the satisfaction wHich the genuine Syrup of Figs 4108 malcestheguarantyof Isfarandbowelsing them and it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get ita beneficial oftheCALIFORNIA FIGSYRUP CO IAN Ckt Kjr XKW TOnC If T There is no pain or discomfort wh iTablets Buckeye Pile Ointment Is used increaae4bytitle accuracy and professional knowl edge and is the kind that cutros blind bleeding itching and protruding I lies 4RobertsonYou cannqt always toll whether yout goods are all wboll or mixed goods It makes no difforonco If you use Putnam Fadeless Dyes They color everything Sold by Waters t Browno VBLTB CREAM BAiaZUapotiUvecnx Apply oto the JUIt quickly absorbed cods at DraccliU or br null sample toe 67 milt ELY BROTUEKS M W rrcn StNtWYorltClb Transfer Wagoll1 IlRUN BY ss CLEMENTS irteadqaarfers T Scott Mayes Undertaking rind Furniture store I desire to notify the public that Iam prepared to do all kinds of hauling Telephone No 17 or leave orders Special attention given to delivering trunks or moving household fur- nIture S E OLEMENTS Bollards Snow Liniment cures Rhou msttara Neuralgia Ueadacho Sick Headache Soro Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Hares and all pain and In flammation The most penetrating Hn iinent in tho world Try It 50c liar don Robertson Willlsburg DistrictMrs Sophia Btnott on town lot amount ot taxes and costs for year 1897 66 60 Theodore Hempbill nonresident on land amount of taxes and costa for years 18989754 65 John Sutton Sr on land amount of taxes and costs for years 189596 97 98i eis Pottsvlllo Dletrlct G 8 Goodo on town lot amount of taxes and costs for years 1895989703872 76 J A Young on land amount of taxes and costs for years 18969697 98e S36 05 Mrs Malvina Young on Iandamount- of taxes dnd costs foryeora 189697 98 he22 75 Springfield No 8HR Fowlor on land amount of taxes and costs for years 18989798 814 20 rover Say Die Many desperate cases of kidney dfe eases pronounced Incurable bao boon cured by Foloys KIdney Cure Many physlclansuso it Uoydoti Roborton Old fAshIonS in dross may be rdylvcQ bun old lashlonod1 medlulno can ti- plsco rbamberlalhaVColie Cholera arid Diorrhcca Remedy jaaydbnX RoboA son 1 peqyishDoesworms Whites Cream Vermifuge 1s the only safecnrrf Every boltle Is girnr ifaydontBobcrtson you cannot always toll whether your olorinlxedglJodsityon use rutnam Fadeless everything l1Il1kpI N J4WhbkeyItbltl withHN I WJ I lUotlcularllOtltq BUWOOLLKTJlD a w1xf106 1z10li A GRITISAL TIME t During the Battle of Safc tiago SICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY BanUagodoHeIrole efforts In Getting AmunlUon and Rations to the Front Saved the Day wrItingfromsays Wo all had diarrhoea in more or less violent form and when wo landed wo had no time to soo a doctor for it watf a dytokeepand rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrlicoa Remedy we were able to hoop at work and Jceop our health in tact sincerely believe that at one critical time this meklciuo 11LSI an indirect savior to our army for if the packers hal boon uneblo to work theo would have boon no way of getting sup rOlldlJIrade and myself had tbo good fortubo to lay in a supply of this medicine before wo left TVrapa and I know In rour cfaea It absolutely saved my life The abovo letter was written to the manufactuiors of this medicine the Chainbrrlaln Medicine Co DeaMoIncsIa For salo by Haydon Robertson THE MARKETS priceaIthe dealers therein It Is corrected up to oclook Wednesday but ti subject to MrlceaIWheat per bn 50 to 55 Corn per bu 8s 4- 0Oatsperbn so to Rye per bu 50 Clover per bn 10223 Timothy per bu 85 to I 50 Orchard Qraas per bu 75 to 90 Hny Timothy per cwt 50 Hay mover per oWt 40 to 43 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Renorrfurnlshod by the Louisville Live Stock Journal tU Wast Main Street Lou isville Ky Extra shipping U C0a4 75 Light ahtpplng 4 60a4 75 Best butcher steers 4 85a4 65 Fair to good butcher steers 3 75a4 29 Common to mod butcher steers 8 00 Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawags 25a3 25 Oxen good to extra 3 50a4 00 Oxon common to medium 2 50 55I75iMILCH COWS Choice mUch cows 1I3S 00a45 YaIr io good 1500a25 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 22516 to 800 Ib 410 Fair to good packing Ib toSOOlb 410 Good to extra light 1604801b iM 10 Fatshoats ISOlCtlb s ooas 00 Fat shoots 100120 Ib 340oS60 Pigs 60 to M Ibs 975325 Roughs 150400 Ib 40 BHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 8 25a3 50 Fair to good Fa3 25 Common to modlumd2 a3 00 Bucks 2a2W Skips and scalla wags per head 60al 60 Extra spring lambs5 50a6 00 BcatbutcherlambsH 4 S5a4 75 Futrfo good butcher lambs 8 75a4 Tailend 3 5OaS00 It Costs No More to become the possessor of a highgrade reliable L i cloak than it Joes one of those ill fitting anti cheaply made garments with which the country is flooded More than 200 styles for Ladles and chit dren from 400 tip to 5000 S Loo jI Indda the for IiJ IILaM ol perfect a correct pt andlupcrbfilllihI = utnnn thai yOure buying the but thM made that traces uid beautifiet the Spire u no other lament can Out reputation ffor handling the but ofverythlng emphaticaUy aprIfl OUt CIo k Department Now ready for inspection Fali Mil inery Cloaks Capes and Skirts at samovroom occujpiied1 JiitDK L r J GM S fJP I J B lt e to Li = i r r This Will interest YOB I j t We are now showing the litiesi VaN ut t Wandwe have k fever shown sInce we Jiavefaeen in business It fDrfess Goods J i 4Inahandsome line of flroadclolnsSergds Coberts Sebatopholi Fancy Silks and High Novelt1cof all kinds Trimming to suit same v Cloaks and Jackets FIJ WCloak Department Is full to overflowing consisting of Tj 5 5 Ladies Furs Jackets and Capes Misses andGhildrens SJi wraps of all kinds dsoneJnePiushCapes WtKi 54 tJMillinery Sli p 1 In our Millinery Department we offer fb1l1ineLdiesr rand Misses Walking tsaI itse Tam 6rShafltersj Caps Bonnets etc for children mf Shoes l InonrShooDepaitmentas you know we cfry ftore stock and larger assort m fin t than any house in town We handle well known brands such aa Zeiglers fine shoes for ffcr J Ladies and Children Thbs Emerson and Bay State Shoe 1 and Leather cOlor Men These shoes are reliablett ii1 McChopd Robepfsoii ttj r 4- V t t1tiJ tl gCLBMBNTS = ftJt f L 4- M J Yt5 t c Undertakers dud f tt IlFiipniiure Dealersll r k I foX oX oX X X f We malcea specialty of embalming w01k which i f E done by Mic1ethts a gradUateiofl schoo 1 of enii 5 ii ba1iiin andwe carry ererything in Undcrtaking J gj goods and pur stock is COMPLETE every detail if 5 Calls promptly attended to day and nigbt fjW Z Our stock of furniture iafine and complete anti if you want Carpets Mattings Rugs Bedtooin SuitJr fIRockers Tables Chairs or anything inc funituri L lino giveus a calL J C Jlu X X pS 1IIf wtLii 4 irII A BUSINESSEDUCATON L JMtttnhWISBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS C LLEGEJtiLpUJSVILLE KYV Jcj 13ookkecphtfo beantUol book giving teffUmkls frorf is SKort1aitdgriduatee occupying prominent potIona11 orif Telegraphy 7 V the United Statesit wOl be mailed PBEB HeadquarterH rrt FOR THE FARMERS We handle all kindsSments and Wagons and carry s Qmplet line of Fine Buggies Phaetons Surr6JSEtG 7tISUPERIOR DISC DRILLS The bed wheat drill on the Iiark t Q cand tor 55horfle sizep SC i c I hfOraan4a1kinds rTHOMPSON 4ZLArr L e SPRINGFIELD KY l5 NEW LIVERY EIKSC j c t WHART06IJ a T f b Now negYtjfoiMD uismess withtCIs it i r S 1oP Accimmodfttiofls f fr i iltfu i i f 9jS i GQODr i GOOD BUGGItS1tT t i StIf i I Snac alatt U ti Riienttbbrd lEd 1 nr v 147 Jf 1 t TheBet AccoiiaodMi Jilr rtj Jaclc WfThompsons ld sUiiflii1U1Gn C iSt PS y J w- p I 1T 1 II for infants and Children Jfte Kind You Hare Always Bought j Si BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF I 7 I Uv jr In Use For Over 30 Years CITYJCOMPY r NUIRY TiiteT new WHAT DOOLEY SAYS tJt srorgonrc UtMTresemt VnUotl 1 c SUtoa Aruiy Well sir said Mf Dooley I didnt f3j4 ftMack but Im with him nov jQiad me doubts whether hq was th nstest liltary Janius Iv thv cinch rf but ibeyse no Question about ItII J vWrwiirt fetb this war with ould Spain alout th 20g fa Lnable arwny Hit Jrae creased Its pant Tvras a tllr hint irnv Paris to th crool foe Other glnrala Iv th rroughhouua 1kftd like Napoleon Bonypart lho1n1 Ali jroair th Frinch GInral Ulls SIGrant an Cousfn George Dooley hired rude men thatwuddent knoW tIthe eoar dlfTrence between goluf an rokay lii hd their pants tucked in tiler t toots an chewed tobacco be th pound vThank hlvin McKinley knows neither rthln to sind th likes Iv thim abroad to shock our frinds be dumpln their cot vee Into thlI18lvcstrma saucer rTh duro bell rings an a futm n S Mrry says Tm Master Willie Doosel Wrys man an hes come to be ex JLalned fr th arrmy says he Admit i Jlittays McKinley an Master Wllllo Ii i1etl accompanied be his valley his Iiu pah an th comity Iv th goluf elub WIUIo says the Prlsldent yo trelntherlng upon Ii glorious carce- rii His nlcssary that we shud ba thinly fatamfned eo that yo can teach th 0g43rIe3 civIlization to th tyrranlea iy Europe that Is supported be yeer Jfan mali he says Twud be a tHrrble thing he says lif some day they shud meet a Spanlsonglnral In iUbdrid an have him nay to thlm ieeri yeer son Willie dunn th war 1earlna stovepIe hat an tan shoes ILet us begin th examination ho playerfJIllftenant What we noedln th artn nv good goluf players he says XxLot former war ho saya we bad th mis r lorfunc to have men In command that didnt know th diffrence between a gjofuf an a beecycle an whet was th atSDll Rrun he says Arre ye a mini j ber ir sony clubs he aa sFour8aya Willie Thin I make ye a major i1e sap Where dye get yeer pants ho says Frm England says Willie Qloryous says McKjnley I make ye a colonel ho says Let me thry ye in t tactics hQ says Supposd ye Was con fronted be a Spanish arrmy in th afthernpon how rcd ye dhrefs he iays Id wear a stovepip hat a long cost a white vest an lavender pants aays WilHe An if th nttack was be afght ho says I put on me dhrew Ii ahoptan go out to meet thim says ililc A thuro sojer says McKinley Suppose th sociable lasted all night abe says Td sound th retreat at daybreak an have me bravo boys change back he says to suitable appar he J saya Masterly aayMffle I will slnd yeer name In a a brigadiergin nt be says Bo Thankful Ui v4 hasays ijis brave an 1rlclJtI iayai Ye will Jlno th other cth club at Tampa hd says kf tie careful Iv yeer equipment YeshudIII ha almost IV rything WiUie M man attlndedto thlm do tails be says But I fear I cant go to rtb frront immejetlyr he says Me tpink silk shirts hasnt arrived h i iayei Well says Mack wait fr thim ithe sas1m anxidus fjr to lad this hor V lg war he days which has cost me jaannya sleepy night he says but Itudha a crime fr to sind a sojer un prepared to battle he says Walt fr bs1iis shirtSi be saYHTlihlOl tCI VwarTbe says and let yeer watch word bei Bayinimbec yeer manners he says F Theyse a man out here says th V prl lt6lcr1ty that wanta tosOOye h j UJsHes a rroughlookin charack i 1Jr that was in the Soo war he says 4 V His name is GInral Fitonm ho saysi Throw th man out1t says Mnc1c1 seen bimin Plnnsylvnnla vnooyell terdab rrldln in a street caar he a i c ugbS t fIbt j KII1 J ttta not distinguished by any mark or sign from coughs that fail to be r fataL Any cough neglected may lap the strength and undermine the thca1th until recovery is impossible Au coughs lead to lung trouble if nofcBtopped tt Alers Ckri1 PtcI11111 cire CMfte v 4ijt KlIyvBifaWaa suffering from a dreadfn- lv ecngh We did uot expect that she would Ii bug enrrifre bat Mr fcV BoyaV deputy aflrsyor bappesed to be atop ping with I Jevcr Zht and liaviig a bottle of Ayers tt ypictoral with btniinduced my wife to trth1aFU1neIy Ihuesult was so beneficial that the kept on taking it was cured 4 D R S HUilPfflUES Banssy Gi t JflYl UtUo daughter wa taken witS a die Jft ttdng cough Which for three years defied 1jj tbe waodies I tried At length on the sr 1trce rocomnondation of u friend I bcgca rf to giyo her Ayertr Cherry Pectoral After using ona bottlo I found to my great cur 1Sipn that nhe was proving Three bottles l JP i oapl9tely cured her + IJ 14 GRAY 1T7YSaiesWrosghtIronRasge oIj wI So Lo 17Io- c 5ft gOfrifPttraiii pit ap taWfl at J1a1l riee60 ceut a ISSFSfas lQl bP jBays Ah Willie me boy he says tis little jre knOw what troubles 1 have Irm those vulgar sojers wllb pants that bag at th knees Give me a gooldtlppcd clgareet and tdt me whether shirt waists Is much worn In ftew York this year Yin lllnnlfisy we put Ui tastiest arnny in th Aeld that Iver comeout Iv a millinery shop Right dhreasi 1runu ordher that recant some thin Th arrmy was followeil bi epecyal eorrespondents rn Butth ricks Pattheerns an Harpers Bazar an It our bravo boys dont gore an pleat tllnlmy twH b because th1 InimyH be rrude enough to school in anny kind IY clothes they And on Ui chair whin they wake upCbIcaga JournaL tTo1akoHsrUppy Ah yea she cried I shall grieve for you when you are far awayi but still you can do something thabwHT make me very happy What Is It1 he asked Do notsajp that you would haVe ine deacrt Donof ask mo to brng disgrace uponh No she Inte uptedfltb not that but promise me that you will send me your belt buckle as soon as YOJlpgdtq uniform All the girls are wearing them now lPah Warniog Why lAura sale Mr Rncber the brmorist la that a pistol by the side ol your plate It is InYdenrr replied Mrs Snick ers sweetly 1C Is dtoo We have biscuits of my own make foi breakfast and I wish to discojurage criticism H flmidy I bought your doctor to dypu that youd have tp got out of thiscjtniaie Hff cUd but f couldnt arrange mj getr9wnCaTxlug Courtesy Too Far f itI r =Disgu tiugly Polite Employe as his em plo cr scorches over WmYou honor me my dear air Ao Afixona Bttiv They wy that a man takes his life In his hand who sleeps on the ground in Arizona said a young civil engineer the other day because there are runny snakes there But fortunately men of our profession cannot always choose thelr sleeping place I was working down therea little while ago another fellow and one night Ws IIwith obliged to lie down upon no better onIthenervous 1dslept soundly till after midnight when my companion sprang up suddenly waking me with a start Whats the matter I asked sleep ily Theres a rattler herel I listened andbeard nothing ii I dont lear him isaid Guesa youve had a nightmare1 So we settled down nPlnlna few minutes my friend leaped to his foot once more exclaiming Theres n rattler here sures fate and youd batter got up I believe hea under my coat It was queer that I couldnt hear It If it was so near I cautiously ex tended my hand feeling along the ground Yes I know It was a foolish thing to dp but we dont always stop to think Suddenly I burst out laugh ingYes I said there is a ratUor here pocket tooll You tell your not to write you letters 6n tYes paper slept soundly for the rest of the but oftten since then I have guy od him abort his rattler The SpanUh Ounuof There was an angry don Who had an ugly gun With which hed shoot the Yankee pigs he said said said Bat the Yankees knew their man Bother neither dodged nor ran And merely kept on marching straight ahead head head The Spaniards blazed away But his bullets went astray As the Spanish ballets generally do bottlod up the don Wh n hilt powder was all gone More filthy Yankee treachery boohoo hoo hooT Mr BHllBnpB Bill The traveling man who had been royally entertained the prosperous farmer in the outskirts of the little town where the only hotel had burned down a feday5 before was a little uncertain jfhen about to depart whether he should Dimply return his thanks or risk offending his host by offering pay Yon have placed me under grea obligations Mr Mlllsaua he said When I contain from a trip of tht kind I am accustomed to turning in an expense account and It seems to me I ought to havo put down In it some thing pretty handsome for the excellent entertainment I kate had at your house Tfou can tura fa what you dun please replied Mr Hllkaps M r blU will be 18M Chicago Tribune Ijj AN APAC1SENGLISH rALW- kentOntaetalca n Yeeiit With Ibe Cbortu fiII faa VocalJuI Just at present thti men mosti talked about In Cincinnati are the dfflccri of the Sixth Infantry Vwho went down before the awful rain of Spanish bul Jets at Santiago and to many of theli friends who were accustomed to meet them at the Gibson House which ic the headquarters Of the officers when on this side of the river it seems hard to realize that sovcral of the best one arb dead Lie t Ords deathhas occa sloned particular regret 4As a caved manyndven1tures campaigns it waa when ho was a Soageant and was with Gen Miles In the campaign against Geronimo that he was detailed j to carry despatches from Miles toonC of the officers commanding body ol troops that ball been stationed mlle1 away to head off the Indiana retreat Tho assignment meant that he must rlde miles and miles across the desert l bylwhen ho wnS selected Just as sun down cine he mounted hisihorso and started on his dangerous mission On on hi rodo until midnight over tho seemingly endless arid track Sud denly he hear4 what he thought was a human voice Sure enough It was a voice Taking 1off the blue flannel army shirt that ho wore he tore it into strips with which he wrapped the hoofs of his horse in order that the sand would not crunch when the animal walked and started cautiously toward the sound which was barely audblo and nearly a mile away Leading his horse and with his carbine ready for instant action ho Btcjrled ahead and as ho came nearer he could understand that the own r 1ot the voice was singing Working and nearer ho was able to dls tlngulah the words and fancy his our prise when his ear caught the words if Oh how I love Jesus Out in tho middle of the desert miles and miles from any white man the words of thc bong floated to him clear and afrong At first he thought that he tied the fever that cornea to men when they ride too far without rest ovlr the ocajftV but there could be no mistaking the oit It was no delusion it was roll fan at once suspected some Apuccn ruse and hobbling his horse storlfeA to crawl toward the spot whore the song came from After crawling for moro than an hour Ord came to where he could see that the singer was an Apache sitting in the middle of some cactus bushes For a long tUne Ord watched him and all tho tlmo the Indian kept repeating at the top of his voice Oh how I love Jesus Finally when he became antis fled that the Indian was alone Or4 covered him with his carbine and rush ed at him ordering him to surrender The Apache threw up both bands and made the sign of peace continuing to sing Oh how I llove Jesus The Lieutenant took the Indian back to Gon MUSs camp where It learned through tho Interpreter had been sent out by one of the Apache chiefs to say that the Indians were ready to treat for ijeace He was the only Indian in that party who could speak a word of English and all that be could say was Oh bow I love Jesus which he had learned from a mission ary Coppurbratl pare Chllilron I was up in the zinc mine region oft Sussex county N J last week said a Lancaster county Pa man and read in one of the local papers up there an nccdiint of an incident which seemed to go a good way toward confirmingt the truth of a startling belief that has prevailed from time out of mind amongt the natives of the mountains in Lan caster York and adjacent counties a Pennsylvania where the copperheadi snake dwells in unpleasant abundance that this venomous snake will not bite children There are many wonderful stories told over there especially In the famous Welsh Mountain country about this strange lenity of the copperhead toward children I never hoard of this belief being Indulged anywhere else than In that part o Pennsylvania but this New Jersey In cident rather inclines me to think that unaccountable aa1t may seem there must be more than fancy or su perstition In It One day a week or so ago accord ins to the New Jery newspaper Flor cace tha Gyearold daughter o George Wilson of Woodburn tone duch enjoyment in stamping her too on an object she saw protruding tie tho foundation of the house Th sport went on until It attracted the at tcntlon of her elder sister who whe she saw the game was scared and ra to call her moth Tho object th chld had stamped roved to be a bi pilot Such reptiles added the newt dangeiIplaymates II cant see xrhrron these reptil are amusing but In the light of th Incident and of others of which I hln heard I begin to hve my doubts tht they arc dangerous playmates for chi dren IJJlvnrCo In Canada man or woman wha wants to sever the bonds of matrimony must go before tho Dominion Parlia mont when the committee oja divorce in the Senate takes up the case an goes over the details very thoroughly aud If in the opinion of the commit IStee the testimony warrants the grant ing of a divorce the report to that ef feet Is made and both houses concur Ii ia bill giving the required relief In New Zealand two persona working together constitute a factory Pointed r ravrapbB Much of the experience a man gets comes too late to benefit him To the victors belongs the privilege of fighting over the spoils Down In lronta young mans first attempt at mustache culture No person enjoys drinking in a con versation of the extra dry brand Wben the acts arc long drawn out its quite a distance between drinks Some clubs cause scolding wives an some scolding wives cause clubs The jjudgment of Solomon was grda but ho never tried to umpire a baseba game Jointr homo again IIThe gasmeters claim to the chara pion liar mednr Is disputed by the bicycle cyclometer The first thing a man does after making a fool of himself is to try to explain how it happened 1Before marriage a man declares himself unworthy of his sweethearts love and after marriage he spends aboutt twothirds of his tliao in proving It EVERY BRIDE and wife should Ictrow about the pro paration that For half a century has helpingcxpectantmothersbringlktle danger and the hundred and one CS discomforts and d tractions incident to childbirth It applied externally which isthe only way to get relief Ss Medicines taken internally IIi wil1 not help and maj result in htrm Mothers lI FriendI v fltn and prepares every m organ muscle and l part of the body foi the critical hour Itt I robs childbirth of Its V tortures and pains Babys coming is made ts quick and easy lu y action is doubly beneficial t if used during the whole period of pregnancy 1 per bottle at all drug stores 01 sent by mail on receipt of price FREE containing valuable infor mation to all women will be seat to any address upon application by The BradfieW Regulator Co Atlonta Go RELIC OF THE ICE AGE IIA eTerminal Muralna of Great Olaclot DuVp Irho ordinary programme of a grave par4 is being reversed In the Maple Drove Cemetery over in tho borough ff Queens IU burial function is rath sjr overbalanced these days by the un earthing of treasures of which the cor partition took little or no account when It settled upop the ridge that is calledi the backbone of Long Island It Is all the doings of the bicycle that brought the good roads movement into life Good roads are made of macadam nndi Xoaiadam of stones and from the rldgo the contractor of Queens and else where obtain the stones That la how the cemetery has becomo a quarry nnd a very extensive end useful one The backbone of Long Island gee logists told us long ago simply the great terminal moraine of the huge Ice river or glacier which in the ico ago came down from the north covering all New England and ended here Glaciers carry with them in their march Centuries oter tho land pieces of rock which they find lying loose or tear from the hillsides they traverse Some they bear on their broad backs others stick on the under side of the frozen stream and like nails In A bud scratch the larger stones against which they grind and mark them to Identification for all time Suc scratches are plentiful on the bali rocks that crop out of the ground Central Park Tho geologist who sees them can tell not only what made them but In which direction the gin travelled by the way the Icier run And In reconstructing old glacier upon their evidence can account for the present lay of the land for the making of harbors an rivers and takes and wheatlands an so for the life and commerce of Ui world of today by the Indelible writ ing In the atone left by the past of mighty forces When the summer sunshine meltst a glacier and diminishes Its volume it rldboIIworn hpw come This is tho moralno and the boulders and sand of which it Is composed 01 called drift The sand is just stone Irubbedup fine The process goes o nl unchanged wherever there are glo- clcra today just as It did thousands offwas right Island is a reef thrown up about the great moralno of that mighty ice river which chilled the life of half the Northern Hemisphere sad burled it out of eight against a better day I J t r1T1u 5UitiflQ uy orriucungi the amount He wanted to be paid more for 31 days than for 3Gnot un reasonably The woman remonstrated and broko into poetry Thirty days 1hath September ere No laid the Kafflr cutely no month 31 dayn month 30 day Your month 80 day then 31 then 32 Nc me no stop here and no logic could induce him to 1Gent to an arrangement that seemed likely to progress Indefinitely In favor of his omi loycjr Wannnt lellnn HcortU The warmest meal on record on Pu get Sound was eaten near Duenna on the east shore of the sound between Tacoma and Seattle The feaster was a member of the bruin family and beehives loaded with honey and living stingerloaded honeymakers was the bill of fare Mr Bruin was not tit all backward in helping himself and when the feast was done ho bad swallowed the honey I lunate escape I Natural MUtnke Isnt it gorgeous uncle asked herewsprlnghatWhat Is thE thing You know it is a tint Just as weltoas do A hat I thoight it was a roe ardeu II ilftNng4istThe C l New spapers published in the country offered at re duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As n special inducement to new ubacribers and old ones who renew e have at no htdetroublpnnd ex icjise maile arrangements with irge number ol magazines and iiewspapers to offer them at greatly reduced rates In some cases we ffer you the NEWS LEADER and th ther publication together for on- eyeirat tho price of the one Now is the time to begin and ere is a list of some of tho offers NKWSLKADK- BLoplsville WITH Post daily 275 Courier Journal twice a week 15 lLouisville Uommeiclal daily 5 Oc Louisville Coinmprciulweekly 125 uouisvllo DispatchII 1 65 Home and Farm 140 Fatmers home Journall 176 Cm Comm rclalTrlbune 140 Cincinnati Enquirer 150 Country GentlemanU 300 Interstute Poultryman 130 Ohio FarmerI 150 EndependentC 3f SilverKnlght u 150 St Louis OlobeDemocrat 175 Century Mgrtzine 450 St Nicholas 850 Southern Floriut and Gardenr 150 MAyEowor 330 llarpers Magazine j 100 Harpers eckly 425 Harpers Bazar 425- Jirpera Round Table 2 50 KY World Tn 17ft- Murifioye Magazine 185 McUlures Magazine 150 Review of Reviews 300 New York Weekly Tribune 125 N y TnceaWeek World 1C5 Frank Leslies Popular MonthlyS25 The Arena 300 McOalls Magazine 12- 5irr 8toSi5V oiflhiii i SufI SUYtNO DISSOT FflOW E ROSEfWURGEn CO 202204 E 102d St NEW CITY Tho Largost Clothing Manufacturers In Amorra OPPEllI I 6 Psy Expressae Tfaot slt art zuamn teed tb made frm pwted WI Ctmlot Duck Blot aLl In llM J U ytirt f f itaaa cp dtetreatol wltk 51 r CrIartItar faacy lolet- Idliatcl with tat Allrtct Sat ca t riIg and rt1I11bsI SIu jiara Itbt su UtatUaasi aadUljritartaalt 1i Q dig 3 lsltestI 1 Ne0 tc e 4 1 IgsQ 0 0 Sole Itc atc j Wkia rdtig Ma4 Oficr Biaru Order sr Rtt trd Uutfi ts at ta t UnttStj It tars r smut t ir kMrfally nhbdil If ittltitiry Std te itaapi fir 5MtP 1r utttariai CASTORIAI For Infants and Childrtm the Kind Yon Hays Always Bougli IBean the of 5DR CAIDWELIN THE NEW WAY WOMEN used to think fern a Ie diseases could only be treated after 10 4 cal examina tions by phyni c1ana Dreadol such treatment kept thousands of modest women 11aUent about their 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cures not quantity Geo Smith of the 0 Peoples Drug StoresSeymour Conn says I have sold your goods for twentyfive yiarsandwhen a customer asks me for J1 The Best Preparation for the Blood 7 jr v I sayC If you will take my opinion use Ayer3 Sarsaparjlln I will guar r antee that you will receive more benefit byusing one or two bottles oC t I Ayers than you would by using half a dozen bottles ofsomeotldr kind lj When they take it I never hear any complaint f U 1J pAyers Sarsaparilla cures all diseases that have their origin in impure blood sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples cz mal tettersFrofl1J etc It cures cheaply it cures quickly and iit cures to stayThats why itVbesti frc4 After twenty year cxpertenco 4s a druggist I consider Ayers Sarsaparilla s9eiiorto any similar preparation ou the market and 1 ciye it tho preferctfco over all otheos f A C WOODWARD Worcester MaM fIn our estimation lS regards Sarsaparilla Arerals tie standard Wo taye never board it spoken ofinother than the very highest terms J iWETERRILL CtaPharmaclsts 9 State Street Montpelierrytr I consIder Ayers SarsaparCU the best blood purifier on the marfcef Dr GRISE West Gardner Mass During fifteen years of exp rienc with Ayer Sarsaparilla I 1 areyettoler pCrJ single caso wherein it failed to cure if used accordlngtodireetions0 i t F o COLLINS DrngfiUtParfa fj I4 yH beHeToATer1 Sarsaparilla contains more ncdidnat vahretbaaani ptKeftSiiir 4 compound JAMES DOAN Dispensing Chettott Kfagsyille GMff I I 1 t 1