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irUatlianaY Co 70 JDoarlxirn street Cidpa 0 t r T CUmiS ACOL IK Nt OATS Tako Jjiiatlvo Bromo Qtilcln iAli druggists refund the money if It fall tactire 25c 1raa1e by Hnydon ck Bo DeiiUon and Waters BrowfleS i v OH t SYRUlCUEs I v w r I ij i THF NEWSLEADER k jif ser1ttvolv 4gSPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COTOTCJY KENTUCKY joii5 ys4s pbyatJane tDWCLLN u Odds and Ends of Gossip STIlEHe wont to the war in the morning The roll otthe drums could be heard Bat ho paused at gate with his mother For a kiss and a como fngword Tie was fun of the dreams pad ambit lone Thatyoath Is ready to weave And proud of the clank of his saber And jthe chevrons of gold on his Bleeve- He came from thewar in the evenlngc The mpadpws were sprinkled with snow The drums and the bugles were silent Andthe steps of the soldiers were BOW He was wrapped in the flag of his countySWhen they laid tim away in the oldjWith the gUttering etara of a Captain Replacing the chevrons of gold With the hcr0e3 Who sleep on the bn11 side He lies with a flag athis head Jat blini wtth the years of her weop ing His mother yet mourns for her dead The soldiers who fall in the battle vMay feel but a moment of pain ut tbe women who wait in the home stads MtJstdwelt with the ghoste of the slain Minna Irving in Boston Pilot 1Sbe said tbatC 11the aim of every goodfarmer so far as his business is con pned is to raiso a big crop ands ell it for a big price This is tvhat he strives for year afte- rearut alas for the uncertain tieofthis business life Th- eeasonar not to be depended upon neither are the numerous conditions that govern the values of farm produce and conse quently that muchtobe desired combination a big crop and- ighh prices is seldom realized A case itt point is the tobacco market this year The univer sally high prices that ruled last ear on the tobacco breaks in1 Louisville stimulated the grow throughout iha state to plant out a big crop this year Every farmer put out the biggest agehe thought prudent and said nothing secretly hoping per haps that his neighbors would i t plant as much as usual and thus keep down a big general yield but unfortunately nearly all tobacco growers think alike plantectthroughout ket for new tobacco has jjust Opened and the first sales do not look encouraging for the future A Louisville market report ofI one days sales last week says that the highest price paid for new Burley was 950 per hun dred and that the same grade would have sold at this time last year for1250 And so it goes a big crop and low prices andt vice versa but after all the farmer will realize about the same in the end the extra large yield making pfor the deficiency in price a HOMING HOME in a dispatch U from Porto Rico in one of theI Louisville papers last week the named W 0 Reed Lieutenant fCo K first Kentucky regiI ment appeared among the fever patients that had beenput aboard the hospital ship Relief to be brought home The ship had sailed and by this time has no doubt reached its destination at Philadelphia or New York prob ably the former place Advices received here some time ago and more recently have kept Will Reeds friends posted as to his condition and from all reports his case is a mild one and it may be possible that he will be allowed tocome on home in Which case he will be gladly welcomed not only on his own account but because he can tell all about the other Washington county boys and how theyare faring in the service of their country Very little of a deft nite nature can be learned about the chances of the first regiment being ordered home There have been so many conflicting reports thatone may count on nothing as certain until we hear of the regiment embarking cSTO MOvSprfiigfield HAnp gained a r putation- deservedly orp irdo not of being hadLtWt1 in sjtyto getup a religious revival Just l why this should be the case if it is the case is hard toexplain The place as a community ia not especially wicked and I venture to say that there are as many good true conscientious Christians to be found in Springfield in prpportion to its popula tion as in any other small town It may be because her people do not respond to appeals to their emotions and becom wrought up on special occas ions that the impression has gone forth that our people are hard tom VeOfCQurse there jgsa field here for work in tho great cause of religion and there are some wicked and uncon verted people who need the gos pel preached to them but to say that the town is sinful beyond the average is unjust How Shall We Rule The problem will assume a still graver aspect when it devolves on Congress to deal with the Philippines There at latest advices all was so quiet that Genoral Otic says he requires no more troops He holds Manila Dewey hold the bav the natives ot whom there are eighti or ten millions moreor less belonging too variety of heterogeneous races with the Malay prodomi nating occupy the rest of the One hundred thousadd square miles which constitute the area of the group These natives are of all forms and conditions of men from fairly intelligent races to races which are scarcely above the leyel ol canibals they are alike in their total Ignorance of our form of civilization and of the representative system of government What Is to be done with them Sir James Bryce sayshLet themalone the more you have to do with them the sorrier you will be by andby Whitelaw Reid says Organize the Islands as a Territory and govern them from Washington Let it be understood that they are never to be cut up into States or to take part in making laws for the present States of the UnionThe II objections to both plans sautent aux yeux Sir James reminds one of Lincolns story of the coon We have got Manila and if we let go it will re lapse into the hands of Aguin aldos savages whose favorite amusement is to tie a priest be tween two boatds and saw him in two When we took Manila we assumed a responsibility to its people and to the civilized world We aro bound to better its conditions for if we do not our operation was simply piratI- caL If we wore not prepared to assume the moral obligation of improving upon the adminis- tratIon of tbe Spaniards we had no business to interfere with them What would become pf the islands if they were surrern dered to their natives may be in ferred from the Spanish prisoners whom we found at Cavito starving to death and the idea of ceding them to Germany or England or any other foreigni power would not be tolerated for a moment by Americans To hold the Philippines against the insurrections which would be sure to break put from time to time an army ot fifty thousand men would have to be kept on a war footing at the stragetic points points and a naval squad jon not inferior to that which Dewey commands would be equally necessary It is easy to figure how large a body of able bodied man would then be with drawn from the productive pur suits of peace and bow many of our most prominent university graduates would be lured from useful callings by the glitter Of uniforms and visions of glory Sir James Bryce fears that the commonwealth would lose more by the diversion of wholesome force into idle direction than it could gain by the ownership of all the IslandsSIt must also be remembered that the acquisition of the Phil- Ippines would open no new field forjvh tejabprThe sugar and hemp and tobacco of the islands arenow raised by colored labor and must ever remain so The white man cannot work in the tropics especially if they are swampy England never succeeded in decanting any portion of her surplus laboring force into India nor did Holland into Java The white man may be a merchant or an overseer but be cannot help make the crop and after ca few years work in a higher capacity his vital force decays and ne becomes more and more dependent on the helot race for the necessaries of life If we absorb the islands and convert tbem into a satrapy or a territory or What not they may in fifty yearS be inhabited by two races a master race and a seryile race such as we now observe in parfeof theSouttr and in self defense ft modified form of involunUry servitude may have to bo adopted by the owbers of the land is it wise to courir such a contingency John Bonner in Colliers Weekly Remember that the only dye that will coloryour garments vrllhnpt filling thorn full of coporas blue vitrol eti Putnam Fadeless nye Remember that blue vitrol copperas and other mor dance rot your goods and double tbe liability of spotting Putnam Fadeless Dyes Sold by Waters tt Browne A Clcyer Trick It certainly looks like it but itiback and weak kidneys malaria or nervous troubles We mean he can cure himself right away by taking Electric Bitters This medicines tones up the whole system acts as a timulant to liver and kidneys is a blood purl fier and nerve tonic It cures constipation headache fainting spells sleeplessness and melan cholv It is purely vegetable a mild laxative and restores the TryElectricthat they are are a miracle worker Every bottle guaranteed Only 50da bottle at Hay don Robertson To Save Wheat ofMr thie year believing a dollar or more would be received for it this fall Some put it up in saqks and others stored it away in garners and still others stored theirs in elevators and it iIs this the latter class tht did not lose out completely all will lose more or less The reason all will lose is that the price has de creased and the reason those who have not put their wheat in elevators will ipse more tban those who have Is that il 10 being eaten up by weovil and also damaged by smut In elevators weevil are kept outby constantly moving the wheat Damp warm weather produces weevil hence their presence this year We have talked with farmers from every portion of the county and but very few of them have wheat that is not damaged or almost ruined either by weevil or smut Mr James Neal is one of those whose wheat has no weovil in it and ho says that be driyes off tbe fly which lays the eggs that produce weevil by hanging sheep pelta in his garnersThe sheep pelts will nut drive away the weevil but the fly that produces them Many farmers who try this experiment do not un derstand this point and therefore fail to reap the benefit Another preventive is given by Mr Dallas Ohinn of Nevada This drives away the weevil he says It is nothing more than sassafras Simply breaK upsassafras twigs nnd bury them in the wheat and If Mr Ohinn is correct the weevil will soon haye left the wheat G W Poster of the west end of this county says his wheat is full of weevil and the onlY successful way He has discovered by which to kcpthe pest from wheat is to run it through a Inn Vanarsdall Bros millers say that nearly allot the wheat brought to their mill is badly damaged by weevil and that the only way to get them out of it is by going through a process of fanning Mrs Payne of the Burgin neighborhood has lost nearly all of her crop by weeviL Owing alto to the presence of smut in wheat we give a remedy for It which has been used for more than thirty years by Mr F 0 Shearer a prominent farm remedyisDissolve one ounce copper sul Reyd U In UtH wa IActoauta eUlwmMrM POW c0 tin oi phatev commonly known as blue stone In one quart of warm 1VheatPuvessel or on a floor and pour the water on the wheat stirring the mixture quickly and thoroughly till every grain baa come in con tact yith the bluestone water which destroys the smut fungus After the application of the water the wheat may be put into a barrel or sack and in a few days itjffili be in condition to be drilled as if it had not been wet Harr6dsburg Democrat I j PENWIGK FroiqOur Special Correspondent Missj Pearl Adams returned from a visit to friends at Moores villa Siuday MissJMyrtle Fenwick returned home rom Louisville Wednesday Mr rind Mrs Bellamy have a sick bjlby and are very anxious about tfce little one Mr land Mrs Thos J Nally opent Jjunday at the Fenwick homestead with Mr and Mrs W ASmth Midland Mrs Will Logsdon spent Sunday with 0 T Logs 4on AtlHorseshoe Bond A sad and fatal accident oc curredjto Walter the 14gearold son of J W Hilton Monday of las kWbne passing around the heels of toustang pony he received a kick in the legion of the stomach Ho did not report his condition to his parents till 24 hours later when bo became alarmed and a physician was hastily summoned but too late to save his life Georgie the infant son of Mr sod Mrs C T Logsdon died after some weeks illness on Thursday tho 18th inst The burial toOl place at Springfield on Friday The comnfunity ex tends sympathy to the bereaved parents The compulsory school law in some districts has been beneficial while in others bore has been no1 perceptible lnorsein attend ance at school The reports of war and san uIDarcotifUcts can thrill a country and arouse inter est to fever heat but in a few months or at most a few years the victors gather in their spoils the vanquished bind up their wounds and the struggle is ended Not so with the war on illiteracy and ignorance it must bo waged incessantly with no probability of a cessation of hostilities while humanity has unsatisfied wants and desires Oar war abroad for the sdke ot humanity is much vaunted but that being waged in the quiet recesses of the country district by patient and energetic men and women has not the stimulus of glittering honors and prize money though the rewards to our country are far more substantial The vest army of young people deployed from the common schools each year to enter the battle of life confronted by new conditions demand higher skill with ouch succeeding year The preparation that twenty years ago would have made a successful man or woman would be deficient now and there should be no need of a force law to recruit the schools of preparation from which such rich rewards d substantial results have been universally received It Will Sarprlse Von Tn order to prove the great merit of Blya Cream Balm the most effective cure for Catarrh and Cold In Head your druggUtwlU iuppiyagefloroUs cent trial size orvwo Trill mall for 10 cOsta Full sue 60 cents ELY BROS 66 W rronStNYdUy Elya Cream Balm has completely cured mo of catarrh wtoon everything else felled Many acquaintances tikve used it with excellent results Alfred W Stovbns Ctlflwdtf Onto I THOSE DOCTORS CLAIMS AFew Timely Remarks on the Subject From a Member fthePro fession MAUD KY Oct 15 1898 EDITOR NEWSLEADER Dear Sir It seems tbat the countyhavego unattended by any follower of Aesculapius from earthly confines to realms immortal ltsapity that the worthy theirsjustion contains some men or some man who if allowed to charge the county as they please for services rendered the poor and present to the Fiscal Court claims for ablebodied men and money lenders Now you are right Mr Editor when you say to the Fiscal Court devise some means by which the real worthy cases may be known We hope they have done this and will soon publish to the profession what constitutes a real pauper and will pay his or her bill Most worthy squires dontleave this good work undone or you may be at your next session del aged again with doctors bills Why cant our most worthy judge and our excellent county attorney help in this matter and have it settled at once We are sorry that some of our profession have overstepped the bounds of propriety in making out their bills against the county but we trust that this discussion may prove a benefit to all concerned and that the Fiscal Court may soon publish to the people of Washington county for it is right that they should know what constitutes apauper- If any member of the profess ion even thought he had a good thing in this Fiscal Court and was pushing it along in getting allowed a lot of unpaid bills we would warn him the people dont need any warning that its not right to blame men if they re fuse to pay for botched work because men of eminent fitness in any calling are certain of a cordial welcome from a help needing world Cheap Johns must have a wide public since no customer ever repeats his bargain Quacks must advertise and travel The time is past for stone hatchets and blunted tools From the lowliest craft to the highest profession only the fittest survive only skill succeeds Ithuriels spear of celestial tern per has but to lightly touch falsehood and it withers Paste bound armor may turn the point of a tin rapier but only steel mail can resist the blows of a Damascus blade with which the age is armed Popular intelligence is armed against the tin soldiers of Charlatanism With the growth of the masses in knowledge rises the demand for thoroughly furnished men And now we hope that this little furor created by the Fiscal Court in the refusing to pay every claim presented may teach our unpaid brother that he who would have less pauper claims and would climb the steep whore Fames proud tern pie shines afar It has no time to spend ncr talent to waste sporting with Amaryllis in the shade and playing in the tangles of Neaeras hairIYours respectfully- J N SHBHAN M D Three Doctors In ionsnlf atloa From Benjamin Franklin When you are sick what like best Is to ho chosen for rn llcino in the first place what experience tells you is best to bo chosen In tho second place what reason e Theory says la sttobe chosen in the lost place But if can got Dr Inclination Dr Kxporlenca and Dr Reason to hold a consultation together they wilt givo you the best advice that can bo token When you dave o bad cold Dr Inclln ntlpn would rpcoinmeud Chamberlains Oough Remedy becnuno it Is pleasant to take DK ExperIence would recom mend It bocanso It never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure PrReason wotid reootnmond It beMuse It is pro paaecljon sclobuflo principles and acts on naturofs plat iu rollpvinK the lungs pjtomng tho secretions and jestoring thn system to a natural end nenUhy gpn dltiop For Balp by Haydbn tn gCrtr son N w GElliERr year m 1ernE wideawake boaineas mancan through the columns of theNaws JBADEH reaohThe farmers and other C 5 byer t j v UBzrJ ADVERpsIKq 1irnjr l t r i i H gGRUNDY JiB LILAYBR00KE P G McELnor i ii iiilkJ L 6 1i i v ti Dont Let Wifltbj j t i ffH J Catch You 1 Unprepared1Jl r w i dj i The way to prepare yourself i is to goto the new firm and in 7vest in a new Overcoat or a new SWinter Suit I jSt t We can fit you out from headii to footfrn Hats to Shoeswe icarry everything that men wetr3 Our Dry Goods and Notions jgf department is also complete SS i ci vand ladies will flo well to in 34W spool oyr Dress Goods before buying elsewhere gc Special In d u cement s areAjj being offered tb all CJash Pur 4 fi Schasers Be sure you reibem the place iber r ai a e = Grundy laybrooke to F SPRINGFIELD KY Q t = 44S irtWSnap Sljota With a Grapliopbono The Graphophone tto the oar whatthe photographic camera is to the eye and more for the Qraphophone catches instantly gnd preseryes every tint allQ shade of sound A most inter esting use of a Graphophone is to mako records of your friends voices to be preserved for future use You can catch the story of your jolly friend just as he told it or the favonte song of some loved one just as she sang it and have it reproduced perfectly at any time and as often as you please Besides the UraphQ phone affords wonderful l entertainment In the way of repro ducing the music of bandsr orr chestras or vocal or Instrumental soloists No investment will return so much in pleasure as the purchase ola Grapho phone It is the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue No 80r to the Columbia Phonograph Company No 919 Penn sylvania Ave f Washington DC Farm for Sale- Ii have for solo a farm con stating of SfOOacres of good land situated about five miles northwest of 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 some fine tobacco land It is situated three miles from Valley run postoffice and railroadSta tioa and on a good turnpike Or M rELTiY SS SprhigfieIdrKy Farm For Salel Wanted to s UA good farm situated about one mile easc of Volley Hill Btation1Said farm is one ot the best tobacco farms in the c un yWell watered and plenty of timber The tarn contains about one hundred and ninety acres which pan be divid ed into two tracts with a house on each A B WALKER fcBRO VALLEY HILL KY WANTEDSereral Trustworthy Per sons in this Stato to manaKO our business In their own and nearby coun lies It Jo mainly officp work condnotod at homQ Salary straight 8000 a year and- epenaosde4nttO bonaflne no more- i3olesaaig5yiMonthly 81 Roforonccs Encloso selfaddressed stamped qnvo Spel Herbert EMJcssi 1rosL Dcpt M Chicago Ii7 J1SD ND rnnlNG J is the title of a very Intcreethig leaflet jnst i 0 lIssued by the Chicago Milwaukee and Bt Paul Railway descriptive of the hiking rciortsaloDR its lines ItwHLbo found of interest to tho prof osslohal Buglers aavroll d as to tho amteurA copy will bo sent to J t any address on receipt o a twocent tamp for postage Address deo n Heaflord OealPass Apsnt OhIc8SOJlL tei fDeWe have two children who are sub j2 jnot to attacks of crouPWhnovr i iChamberlains t always prevents the attack It Iia honsehuld necessity In this county and 1 no matter what else wq run out oflt 1 would not do to be without Chamber r qberetbancombined J M NickJe o t NlckloBrosv 1 Jrmerchants of Nicklevtlle Pa r sale byHaydop t Robertson i 5D ConiUpnttan JTann lOoItacey oi t IESaekXearjr Arnloai Salr The beat alvo in the worlifqr fbuts bruises prOs ulcers salt rheum feverjSores tatter chapped Jtthands chilblains corns and all lt tskin eruptions and positively cores piles or no pay required It is KQarant ted to gtye perfect t satisfaction or money refunded Price 25o per box For sale by Hay don Robertson ir1 Inns liUftIWIINIH Advic to r ConsumptivesThere f are cegre dies that every person with weak lungs orwith Consump tion itself shbuldunderstand These rcmedics will cure about every case in Its first stages and many of those more advLanced It Is only the most advanced that are rerprolongedr 1ate Fresh air propI1ood2nd sc1rsEiIsiof CodLiver Oil sili fyg phosphites Be afraid of j- draughts but not ol ftcsh a Jr SEat nutritious food aid drik plentyof millc Do not foclet that Scottf Emulskw it the oldest the most thorItC Uy tested and the hghet ea dorsed of all reiwKlSM Jar eakthroatswtakhHpaadc- onsumptionin alflistageL Jar aorCeffi155t YWtSiss Ctsi4S4tSlSlliI11t1 tt pr i = LI t TOHEWSiEADEI t 70JIUIUD YzBT RSDUlOtNISO I 1 SlOO A YEAR If ADVANCE i 7t SWHHGFIELD KY iF E L PAYISON JrFuK IiMiA or bx laos notices cents per UM fwr the list inscr on and 5 cents for eaa o ant insertion 011 oi candidates and political matter 3 4te porliao JitfcTrork is done at JowTates but casn bpaIdondollveryofgoodsr liberal i Obituaries and rosolutlonsoj respect th snU per lino DOt1SnBXL 1 tat77dgaLrates ro JdoanfyOfflfeer 500 DUtrict Offices 1000 URSDAYtOCT2Z 1393 PORTP Rico has been formally taken under Sricle Sams wing i The erembyof flying the American flag over tho island t r was elaborate Promptly atnoon Tuesday the stars and stripes vejre raised aver the palace at San 3uani Simultaneously the w J Jiagmadeits appearance through ont the pity while the forts and Vessels in the harbor boomed ti salute The Eleventh infantry 1 Hroop Hff the Sixth cavalry i and a naval detachment were drawn 1p9 the square before the jalace AU heads were bared us the Rag opened to the d breeze and the Eleventh infan I trys band began the inspiring j4 strains of The Star Spangled Banner t1 By the acquisition of- T Porto Rico about 800000 inhabi tants Ibst thei Spanish citizen sliipV According to a dispatch toP Madrid all the high of becomeKT4i AmericancitizensSs a It J frTHE Cuban debt is causing trouble idaajtisUngthe peace terms ivith Spain This coun try dont want any debts along nvith jits conquests and the quicker the Spaniards Tire given to understand that fact the boner matters will be cleared vTPHE latest from the First Ken lucky regiment akPortb Rico is fhat it will the last volunteer lRegiment to leave- Porto Rico and will only come hdmh when a regimentI of regular cavajry Arrives to take its place THE Second Kentucky xegi inent is being mustered out at Iexington arid the boys are feqihg sent home with all the glory theyuhieved duringthe- t MooniiSV LLi i From Oar Regular Correspondent Wheat sowing will be finished cthls week with favorable weather- Byron Uroake shipped two car i rlpafls of stock from Booker last Saturday Oar neighbors have idid in- gjlheir winter coal s 1i is with regret we chronicle Q hedeatborl live infant cbifd of Mr and Mrs Coloy Humphtev f who died October 12th of indi es lion It was tbf ir only child tind we emend sympathy to the boreaved parents Interment at Mt Zion cemetery J R Moore was over in Nel s Stinday x Several at our young men visit Springfield quite often of late Somo attraction we presume cWOEl1fs agentfpr Gardiner rfBrosM will have some extra trees dayaitaken by him prOviding ltls 14 favorable weather However fall customers will be notified of tho tim df delivery i Corn is selling at1 per barrer IauCwhoat at 57 cents Good prices forour armors to realize undot a republican admlnistr itipn v Several of our young men at tondetUchurcbat fredericisburg iSoriday progresrnigii reported Superintendent Bush I visited them last week I Messrs E G Boblef WS7 1i J Good and Mat Truax bave formed t a it beef company and vpropose to 1 furnish the peoplel Tflrstrclass Ift bjef at moderate prices We JJwish then1succe5s- l th 1 atWM 2 211t district will decTdo whether j We want the appellate judgesf J toI i bo republican or democratic 3Se bojrs take ycur choice und jI III be sure you are right Vpte for the party that favors the masses and against the party thatluvors the plutocrats Ztt Victor onof Wash Tucker has the scarlet fever B A Boblet had one of his fingers mashfed so badly it will probably have to be amputated Mr Porter our huckster made his appearance Monday af tor an absence of two months from illness flp tmllooks pale and thin l J MT Walls house will lae completed in a few days Will Scott removed to Louts ville this week We wibh him success in his new bom Misses Maggie Snjith and Clara Shehan visited Mrs Ed Mayfield Sunday Mr Douglas has removed his corn mil to the farm of Dan el Payne and will prlud every Sat urday IVorkinc Vomnurt Elouao 4taflocnj1oz1 21 8 Peoria St Chicago HI January 18J Oor Working Womans Hoino Asso ciation usca Foloys Ilortoy and Tar sIx years ago anil nro neinir it today It hna always boon a favoritofoi wlillo tantq is not at alL unpleasant Its otTocls are very beneficial It has never yet disappointed us Wishing you nil pUS islblo success sincerely you LACRA G ECCON Mgr It in not what n riianufflcturor sn nlrtt lila own incdicino that cures a patient but what the mcdlcinos dooi JJallaida Horohound Syrup docs tho work ami does it well It litres coutrlis and colds In n duy Ita hoallng sooth ing 25c and 600 Ilaydon ct Itoborton P0LIN From Our Special Corr pondont Mrs Lizzie Willianjs and grand sonJimG5st aro visiting Mrs Pttt Brewer at Woodlawn this weok Thomas Hardesty of Springfield was in our midst list week visiting relatives hue friends Wo aro always glad to see Tow Charles Royalty left Monday last for Illinois Miss Vena Weekly has return cd home utter a pleasant yisit in Illinois John Vanfleet and wife h aye returned home after a pleasant visit with friends at Harrods burg Mrs Trotter and daughter Mre Bush spent Monday with Mrs Cook at Male lull Rue Grey and wifespent Sun aywllhthe family of R J Grouch J O Carrico and wile visited relatives in Maxville Wednesday and Thursday of 1astvee1rS- 1ODSRIWAiD Sino Tho readers of tins papcrvvlll bo plcasod to loarn that tbero is at lent ono drcud cd disease thnt cionco has boon nblo to euro in nil itsxtaqcs and that is Catarrh Ilairfl CatarrJr Curo is the only poaitivo euro now known to tbo medical fra ternity Catarrh being n constitutional disease requires n constitutional treat mont Halls Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon tho blooil and mucous surracc of thQ system thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution anti assisting nature in dollll its work Tno proprietors have so much faith in itscurutivo powers that tboy oflcr One Huudred Dollars for any cnse that it fails to euro Send for list of tcHtimon lab Address F JOhceney t CoTolodo 0 Sold by Druggists 76c Halls Family Pills aro tho best NOTICE All persons holding claims or orders against Washington coun ty will present same to A B Campbell Treasurer of Wash ington county for registration that tfjtT Treasurer may know what amount to pay each claim ou of the 1898 levy All claim not presented by January 1 1898 wilLhave to go over for another year before payment By ordor ofFiscal Court T S MA YES Co Atty Millions Given AunT It is cerldinly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generouslo the needy and suf fering The proprietor3 of Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs aud Colds have given away over ten niP lion trial bottles of this great medicine and have the atisfac lion of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases ASthma bronchitishoarseness and all diseases of tue throat chest and lungsare Jifaydonget a trial bottle free Regular size 50a and Bvgry bottle guaranteed or prceunded WANTEQgecm1 Trustworthy Per this oirIutincsgrbyoolU1oUMnt homo SnUirvatr tislit 9MO ajrn r itl- Oipelsaie1jnlte bonA find no uinro rerentMtinpedonaopet partmIt ri thkio DJI r Sactificedto ilood Poison Thoso who have ncvrhnd BloodPol Ion cati not know what a desperate condition it can produce This terrible diseasa which the doctors oro totally enable to euro communicated from one goncration to another inflicting its taint upon countless innocent ones oLsonbytaint The Hula ono ww uucqnil to tha struggle and Its life wsu yicldga i XIlinfcJ I v3 cotered TfltU sorw cad ulcers Iron head to loot aad no language can express mfhfotlIngi of woo d sg yeara I hail tlia boat medical treatment Say fij eral physicians elvely treated but all mhto no pnrpoac mar cury JUw PotAsh scorned to add fuel to avrfulrflamo which vms devouring mo I wai fedvlsed by Mends who hnd seen wonderful euros mud by it to try Swifts Specific Vtgot twti bottles end I felt hope again revive in hnpp1noeagain a1Isa1 only one which can reach deep seated violent cases It never fails to euro perfectly and permanently the beyondthe assf r- oTha BlooJl onlyblocdmercury potash or other mineral Valuable books mailed free by Swift Bpeaifio Company Atlanta Georgiai AI Will liaise Frogs John Duko conducts a post office store blacksmith shod sawmill and farm at Dukes crossroads about four miles from Cloverport He is a very busy man but bis interest are not so extensive that they will prevent him from going into a vpn venture On his farm he has four and oae half of land that is partially overflowed by water snepiog from springs the year round This tract could easily bo transformed into a pond and it is Mr Dukes intention to flood the place Whonthis is dooe jo will stock it with green frogs and will erect a ssiia petting fence about t the place to bold thorn captives Ho will tied them regularly find in the course of a year or so he hopes to be in a position to fur nish the Louisville market with doaon of saddles of homeraised frogs daily Nelson Record y SALE OF LARD As Attornevinfact of the heirs of Michael Murphv deceased Ij Hip on County Court day Moaj day October L4 1398 offer for sale to the highest bdder a tract of land belonging to said Michael Murphys estate known as the McCracken farm containing 105 acres There are a good dwell ing stable and out houses on it and tho farm is well watered It is situated in Washington county on the St Rose and Loretlo turnpike about l5i miles south wesU of Springfield I will also at the same time and place ofr jrfor sale to the highest bidder the lot just west of ibo town of Springfield knoWn as the Cochran lot coutuiuing about 5k acres Also at the smr time and place gs Attorneyin fact of John H and Dan Murphv I will offer tor sale to the highest bidder their lot containing about acres lying just west of and adjoining stud Cochran lot said Uccbran and Murphy lots making one connected body of about II acres TERMS OF SALE Onethird cash balance in 12 and 18 months after date in equal installments Notes for same Hilling due 12 withgoodinterest at Oper per cent from date Also reserving a lien by way of further security will be required Immediate possesbiou will be given purchaser JOHN W LEVIS Attorneyin fact for Michael Murphys heirs arid John A andDan Murphy Tetter SaltIlhoutn aud Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci l1ayedbySkin Ointment Mnny very b id oises ItIa fftvcrfto remedy for core nipples chapped bands chilblains frost bite and chronic sorq eyes 25 cia per box Dr Garys Condition Pojrilcrn ore jjest what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic bleed purifier and vermifuge They are not food but modicins and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package Cb ia riI J t QttUu BlODM M WHITES E- MVLBLIGEFOR 20 YEARS vKaa Jadal Worm Remodloj EVERY ROUtE GUARAnTEED EVEltYWHFeliF1rttt Elncato tour irorrcl tTltli Cascarctg Cnry rafrarTvenrs ccmtfpaUca fjrecr if C C ru rtJssrcra uoflcj HE KNEW JOHN SMITH1 nut Court SriJit Ho I Wnt KnowEnousTi or WoeS VirgIa John TBurns a shabbUjwdressed man tthtf waft holding up pedestrians on Pennsylvania avenue fell into the bands of Policoman Herndon and app ared In Judge Scotts court on a charge of vagrancy Several complaints were made about this roan said Policeman rn don and when I went to look for him Isaw him stop three pedestrians Two of them were reporters Im from Clarksburg West Vir ginia he saidj when questIOned Do you know anybody living In Clarksburg tho court askedl I know John olth was the an swer Vhat does JoHn do Ho keeps a foundry Why dld you come hero the court wante to know UI thought I mIght get a Job In the navy yard ho aaswered and Im also thinking about going In the navy Then you are only thinking about courtIIve hoes In the tWnkln seri ously about trying It again You dont seem to know much about West Virginia the Judge told him I only worked there about four months said Burns Im an Englishman but I have made Philadelphia my home The court sent him down for thirty thye A New Hero IuHnllo Billyt1 Yer rnt Im Runnel WUHim 6 de great newsboyttstrikcl Mr Hanpekt of Frnp hollow Mr Hiram Henpekt of Frog Hol low bad finished hits business In the city and was slowly drifting along with the tide of humanity toward the Pennsylvania Railroad ferry when his attention was suddenly attracted by a sign on a building he wan passing This Is what ho read 1i o roMANS PXCHANGE o cmlle of anUclpatloa lighted up his andIto him as Be stepped up to the coun ter and after blowly lookIng her over he said r Excuse me madam but air you tho pre31entyou mean was the puzalcd regly The ony woman of course I haint got Hanner along with me today buI exollIlook over what you had on hand an I IdII come to the city ttn make a trade Gently but firmly tho woman Irnil charge explained the mistake to himI and Mr Hiram Hedpekt of Frog Hol lowrcEumed his homeward Journey j crestfallen and bitterly maze Hnjr nod tho disappointedjIj It Is told of crPresident Rutherford B Hayes that while attending school 6t Kenyon college ho in tho habit of taking daily walks Into tho country These trips were shared by two IntiI mate companions who were of a fun loving disposition which frequently got them into trouble On one occasion they more than cet their match at repartee In an old farmer whom they met on the hgbway The long whIte beard ol the farmer gave him a paw triarchal appearance and while approaching the students they arranged to give him a Jollying which dlsrom1fitureI great reverorce and respect as ho eaid Good morning Father Abraham The second saluted the old farmer and saId Good morning Father Isaac ilr Hayes not to be outdone In af fability and politoneaa extended his hand as he said Good morning Frther Jacob Ignoring the outstretched hand ot Mr Hayes the old man replied Gen tlemen you are mistaken In the man I am neither Abraham Isaac nor Ja cob but fiaul the son of lUsh who was sent out to seek his fathers asses and I have found them llor Sacrifice Now wo hrvo war safd tho lit tIe woman with the bright gray eyes we must all do something to help Wo acltJ murcR but each of 1enni nle thlDM for the wounded Wo must reduce our extravagances We tan buy cheaper goods you Jtnaw and put loss material Into our gowns Yes said the dreamy girl with blue eyea I know what can do I can have my bicycle skirt cut shorter And all the other girls said Oh A NAME IN PROPORTION lA Sinn WuDChoao n Name That Monet SomethingS He walked intO the office of the lice commission the other morning about 830 oclock Behind him trot ted one of those animated frankfurters technically known as dachshund The dog stood about seven Inches high and his body stretched out from hls shoul ders behind at least three feet His owner made for the desk of John Perkins who with his duties of secre tary of tho commission also has the privilege of m king out all tho licenses I vont a lizence said the man All right answered Mr Perkins automatically and reached for a pad to take down the animals nama brood and place of residence Jlmmo his name he said The owner of the dog drew a deep breath and satfiowa at the secretarys elbow t I goellm to you scblow so you geet him rigfidt ho said Go on and Mr Perkins poised hit pencil over tho sheet of paper Spltabub Necfsaid the man Mr Perkins wrote Haf you god eet f he was aske- dYeegoon Duke of Columbia Mr Perkins put hat down Did you geet dot Yes yes go Scheerenschlelfer Schnudcl Mr Perkins darted a look at the man then wrote it down Hat you god dot on de baber he was course go on Baron Dachs vgo Spiel Mr Perkins dropped his pencil Ho turned to ward the man His face faa red and ho was mad Say he exclaimed doat you thlak that dogs got a pretty long name Yell what for you gwt nit hes a long tog already olnd it And the secretary fell off the stooL Left riehlnrt Although we coudnt join the clan Well cheer anti keep our senses While each pays Jaaeo like a man And helps tn meet expenses What does your wife do waon sag gets angry with you Threaten to re turn to her parents Oh no she tAkes revenge by re peating ihefpol things I said to her nn our wedding trio GOOD FARMS countvthej The best county in the state The best market in the state for cornpotatopsIa ffor cornstalks which yield 12 per acre Owensbor tho county senthas 8 COO population is on the Ohio river and has three railroads host schools in the state Wp farms for l alo ranging Ijbavo 400 acres atd at most rca 11 prices Here axe two off them ITrart i05 acres 7 milos from lOwiiiHboro In KTitnc nri nborhood on Caiboun road high loyel land creok oti ono line small house and barn nero of clover rest of land in limo stale otj cultivation price only 30 an acre Tract No 2lOS acres near Wonlilnp tonon railn d tithes Wont of Owons horo hovel land uoarly nl1 cleared splondirl for wheat and burley tobacco thtrti are several Hinalt houses and two totiacco barns wo will divide this trac into nero tracts prIco 820 ptr acre Tormson nil onotnlril easlilmniico Ini 1ono two ntid throe years soil land xheoper than anybody else In this part of tho Btato Write lor our list of fnrm- sWILLlAMS LITTLE 211 12 Third St QwensboroKy Skin Diseases For the speedy anti permanent cure of Chainbrlall1sis itchlaganditscure It also cures itch barbers itch scaia head sore nipples itching plies chapped hands chronic euro eyes and granulated lids forborepurifieranllrrnfnrpHnvdon tt Robertson Druggists II Ring out tho old dag in the DovrICleg out tha faLse Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PIDODTaFIODOYNatures cdcnca to a Pleasant Permanent Posttlro Car for coughs coWa end Inflimed surfaces of tho Lungs and Bronchial Tpbes 4 The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the mlcrobcbcaringmucus la cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes aro healed and othcdso that there Is ct Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottled Only 25o 60o end 100 Sizes rIlIIJUUIJ H BE SURE YOU GETAM 83 YEARS OCDwjjMwiMaJ 0BonPyOnGY in grip wellucoDebaaadeoUfl wtak stnagflta hi lbDe tTtSatitrUaJ JliJdi hbwiTE7 1Sj I K ep Posled By a special l arrangement and for a short time only we will offer the Twicea Week CoarierJournalJ AND THE News Leader One Year For Only 1 21iI t S tIThe Courierjournal has the BEST war news service of any oi them and you get it twice a week with the N wsLeader makieg three papers a week or 156 papers a yearfor only- a Dullar and a Quarters I This offer is open toall oH subscribers to the NEWS LEADER who pay up and one year in ad vRflco and to any nes r sub scribers We consider this one ot the mot liberal offers made and there is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war news and nome news as well Address communications to E L DAVISON JR Pub Ky Our little boy was nfllictetl with Thca mtlstn In hIs knee and at times unable to put his foot to the floor We tried In vaIn everything wo could hoar of that wo thought would help him Wo most travo op in despair when xctneono ml vised ui to try Chamberlains Pain Halm Wo dill and tbo first bottle gave so much relief that wtfgot a second ono and to our surprise It cured him Bound aud wtllIJ T Bajs Pastor of Christian Church Nowlcsha Kansas For snlo by Haydon A Robertson IiELLO Did Jon say that you wero not fcollnc well and that your etomach wasont of order Wcjl then try a bettlo of Dr Ialdvvojld Syrup Pepsin nnd you aro hiiro of rollof Conntipatlou and indl ciution cured Sick b ndncho cured Ureat8 boon to mankind nnd is belnpj appreoittcd by thousands JOe will got you a trial size bottle Larger sizes and atora and Browne ifortlasdnating Inven Uonoftbeage Alwsfi ready to entertain It requires no skill toopcr nteitasireproducetho music ot tends orches tras roctlUtt or instru mental sololita There is nothing like It for an evonlnza entertainment Other socalled talking machines reproduce only records oi cntanddrieA subjects ipecl lly prepared late laboratory bgttheOraphopbooe is not limited to inch performances On Grnphophono you con easily make and Instantly reproduce record of the roles or any Kxmd Thus It constantly awakens new InternS and iti cbarra Is ever fresh The repiodacuons are deerand brlllUn- lGrapIlopI10nes are sew loP MnnfartQred a under the reten of nd Sleedonald Our estabusbuwnt Ii bead 93artera oftita wont foTatateg4scblnea and siklngalachlno 5oppIc3 Writ tar mtateae Columbia Phonograph COI DEPARTMENT No 919 Pennsylvania Aye W ASHINGToNDO Nzw York Paris Chicago ui Philadelphia Haltlraore Washington Buffalo t BESTGrforo wf 4 l lowest Prices That has always been qdurmott9 but willI make doubly im presSlyothis seasonasjyre have selected our stock with tb e1fJgreatest care both in styles and values kJ y Wo have an exceptionally strong line ol shoes in all X styles and grades Woujd cairyour special attention tto 5 5 JNOI will not wear half sb long Those iWear Resistors shoes vsarc solid throughout and you should examine them before buying elsewhere WE DEFY COMPETiriON in Gents Furnishing j Goods and Mens and Boys Clothing in prices and styles tkJ Mens Suits 8 OOlud u Youths Sullse250 and up Childs Suits 5Q cents hti4up Why buy childs cheap shoddy slop shop made cloth ing when you can buy tii The Mrs Jane Eopjons Boilo Knee and Double Seat l GZtRATREpN0TTO RIP FROM US AT SAME PantQnits PttlCEi Com ami jthte Salts We have just opened up a lot of new Hats ana Caps Cotton sopds are lower than they were ever known to be Dont pay the old prices before getting our New Rock Bottom prices J Dont forget that wo ire headquarters fqr Carpets Rags Oil Cloths Late Cuitainsand Wall Paper Dont Forget our Inducements te Cash Buyers 1 i1 J M BUETO C BARM02T BBH HA1DON 61 j J St C BBK RADON Sn Mseaonu 1 Ullertae as4 Fnneral Directors COFFiNS jjCASKETS BURIAL ttOF ALL ROBEs KINDS TbnyCaJft 1JaiiBe Befit Ciillillgliaffl iluican J2WOBURTON Idor night i The services of an EXPERlEiJCED EMBALMER a graduate from a school of embalming have been eugajjed q J ai1rir EAOAN BLOCK t SPUIOrIZLD t K I a s ffw vis r4rrFffi Buggy1IsI 4 in Ko troublotol shOwBuggies and Halt g ness and can I a J4G t SAVE YOU MONE w tl jCome Down and see ME- t S M ARRrCK a Down Town Below Thompson Hotel VAv V4Y A vJFtVAV vsr tmnr t cccoeevjjji5ZiFour Y JILL be found in the prrnemt ofe vfevery really rrelldresKd mam The materltmtt be QL4 J Pltpiig must ktctStyle ratat fcc UptoDatc l And finally the i 5Wrkmnzhlp nJ Tzig 11 Most fee Neat juW DuemWtf i ltiit by uradag that powo k PiW J garment they ieaha 1fJ k1 tatit for snore tfew n ym that MBORNcoec rthf DHaveD fk bf ft tBckno vledged leaduig Cwcoa TiSIarr fc fAmerica Yoti em make no m1et ktl ltthi6on Evc7t1dng they tarnish or No fzncyce ar charpJ No ordtt h04Lted And yoa y aukth ke worlds cfpattern vJNLtN d A GALLON DUNCAN r SPRINGFIELD KY iil 7 4 I I HE SLAbE iL Z 7rAV tty mw 1 R II J w 12 ijatt t9 O OITS I h 1 d k OIl i1BIiIProp 4 II tod44 I Now and elegant bath tabswith ill modern timprovements Hot Jaur cold wat t Baths at all heartt 85 oouts Gall and try WwM t 14 MAIN STREET t XLOW SPIUNOPmLD nOTE sr Y AYAYg1 J6s B C1tSSELL PUYS10IAN AND SURGEON O7FICE HOURS 0tolOAJtfAhd7to8P JPmcalk2 oOhord BcbertsonBldg the 1lt1 ER Fi HeRD- DENTISTS OFii il1tx1uLtI TBVuDn 8P1NGPIELD XY 1oIOFFICE 4 onm orRcmt ctwwrti 4 OjXCEQJ f h I RJrF RJNEIRT OFFICE HOURS is to a p my EYRYDAY t r SPRINGFIELD KY DRi 1J M BURTON in RESIDENT DENTIST r TEETH EXTRACTED so 1 J i WITH Uir PAIN It pjiffOmcK Hogan Block up stairs W SPRINGFIELD KY t All Dcnui Work Strictly a V Firstcla W BfJE KIRK C ATTORNEY AT CAW OFFICE with C IC MCCUOUDM laWLAYRGOKE 1fttotey = at L liei r jc po1 attention given to the coln ii M m of notes sad iocotinthll C owwcJcoliordm l SPRINGFIELD KY fIi ekft S8l00 lc koep constantly on baud BIX V yep old McKENNA WHISKEY f inaii for medicinal nSOfi IQI CCold Lager Beer en Tap i 4 BIG SCHOONERS i C A THOPSOL PrOp V l v SPRINGFIELD KY r ii B RYANft AUOTIONEER J1 lrJted ndStock Sales a Specialty t SPRINGFIELD KY 1r th rt J E TSORS BLCiSfflTR SHOP Horseshoeing carriageRepairing iad General BlacksmithiiiTo All work g tlsfctlon at the Casgy shop- SPRINGFIELD KY = 4TliA dark brown tasto and horrid bre Lit YOU ntiyein tbo morning IC5causGdb7nIDactIVolLfOr Somomc Isl ielne rolloves for Awhile for a f Sjaybut Horbino cures fiaydon ft Thkertaonu7 MKt nvs 9K s a Saeoie Tett Uftt liny To cult bCbOO ewtlr and toroTor bo n e Snelio fall of lift aerYc and vigor UVo NoTp V5aCZwOker tkit makc ua 1UC7ftfAn drttKt prllC uktl teed Botktet via eazapletree rcu ifiiltec Bemcdy Co Cnlcaeo or Hew York = 1 W NTFIS vcral Trutwortby P r sons In this Btattf to man gQ our busInOc itt their own und nearby coun tICS It ia nialnlv office work condactodi ndftJ Jxpensoodothutobona tide no more lcf4 aalary 575 nefU- n 01Snvolop Herbert E Hess Prcst Dopt t j i i ChIcago r 0 I a EE EGEtrEEE E E E E1E E e EEIfE E EiP ESf EeI ABOUT TOWN i3 i 3 =a 3 153 3 33 3 jj SEED rye for sate D r THOMPSON LAKE tlSTA dark Jersey cow ith white llanne1 ag tied arot n 1 both horns R ward il returned 1 S B TnokpsON Springfield Ky 1 wish to rent a part of my residence in town a In shStlSEEDTHOMPSON LAKE b N TlCEIwill next Novem r open a Poultry Slaughter oj grouse and will pay the highest cash prkor turkeys and all to lands of live fowls and tipYrrEDA cook Apply to home of the editor of this er CIRCUIT court begins here next Monday Elarmiorrent Apply towC O MCGILVo SEVERAL thousand old brick t sale cheap GEORGER CLEMENTS a Lam Agent for firstclass fire d life insurance companies ffice with Judge Lifeey PAT Siinis4- WATEDTO s1 exchange a nice young jerse heifer for a good oung fat beef Louis ROGERS j m I am now ready for my custo mers Have just returned from theEStwith all the latest things millinery vjOome in at any j time and see them Also the latest things in Walking ands Sailor hats of Miss KATE WILLIAMsr Do you want to buy a gun Ifh go to McElroy Shultz andL examine their line of revolvers st received All styles and rlces THEliB is a great deal of sick ness throughout the county and b large number of deaths are re ported Typhpid fever is still raging 5tt SEE the large stock andjfow prices ou cloaks fine skirts and millinery shown byJ rs J G R isfield at same room occupied st spring Sv Mr J R Dean and Miss Sal Godfrey a young couple from Mercer county were mar ed in the County Clerks officef late yesterday a fternoon Rev CJPugh performed the cere ony MR CARTWELL a stock buyert rom Illinois shipped out a nice bunch of feeding cattle from here Monday that he bought of Messrs G Dohoney Zack Crow and Luther Burns There were 81 head and they weighed 30225 pounds The price paid was our and four and a quarter cents AN effort is being made by the citizens 5f the Fenwick neigh borhood to raise a fund for the purpose of building a chhrch toI be used for worship by the mem bers of all the protestant denom 1t aionsln that place Subscriptions aip being solicited and anyone feeling inclined to gip will be contributing to a worthy cause MUCH interest is being mani fested in the Grecian Art Enter tainment to be given at St Dominic Hall on next Tuesday evening Mrs Reids entertain v ments have drawn large large audiences in tho best towns in the state and no one can afford to miss it The Dude DrillIt will be the catch of the evening MayesgI ing his interest to to Mr T S Mayes The ifrm will now l known as T S Mayes Co Mir Clement while having no interest in the business is stilll j connected with the firm in the capacity ot ornbalmer in the un dortakLng department Mr Mayes assumes all accounts and liabilities of the firm TBE Teachers Association for Magisterial District No Dthj eluding voting prqcmcts Spiringf field No 9 and Predericktown will be held at the St Rose schoojl house October 29 1898 The teachers throughout the county and also all Mends education two invited to attendI tAll come and bring baskets chinnerstyle PEARL CARRICOda Vice Pres Teachers AssonSi the THE wiUof Mrs Eliza Booker Cornwall was probated at Louis ville last week She leaves the bulk of her estate as an endow ment to the Norton Memorial at firmaryTo Paul X Booker W ofee Louisville City Railway tofa e phisheld in trust for him and at had seaughthrsSaunders she leaves five bonds as bafi other smaller bequests are made chLouisvilleons at THE marriage of Mr JohnS Yankey and Miss Francis Down out ing Ross was solemnized at the in Baptist church yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock The church was crowded long before the = hour by friends of the couple ho had assembled to witness the ceremony Rev C 0 Pugh thfficiatedwere Miss Katherine Ross and fromMr John Morgan After the eremony the wedding party and teafevhome of the brides parents where a reception was given them Mr Yankey iis one of Washington countys most subSuf Sutantialbride is deservedly popular amongi all who know her The iso NewsLeader jdins the many frierids of Mr and Mrs Yaukey offering congratulationsga JOHN SHIRLEY was tried be fore Judge Litsey on Monday has last oh a warrant charging him with contempt of court It- eems Le that Will Shirley a son the defendant had been ar ch for disturbing religious to worship and had given bond forgr grisltseyi for trial at this placeof Saturday On Saturday Shirleych and his son were in town but it seems that the former had decided that he wished the boy toe tried iin the country by SquirC Hatchet and as he had in the meantime abtained possession of all the papers in the case ho Ky took a change of venue as itw were oa his own hook and left I with his son for homo Shirley acted as his own lawyer at his trial and at the conclusion Judge Litsey took the case under ad to viisementm going to press he had not cl rendered his decision Beautiful Entertainment Mrs A D Reid a very sueH cessful teacher of Physical CuIp ture and Elocution is drilling a class of pur most beautiful and- alented young ladies for a Grecian Art Entertainment at St IIrII program will consist of tions drills pantomimes recitnI tableaux The Drill by the young ladies will beC a novel and interesting I cbright I comic and instructive Mrs Reid has been teaching in Ken i tucky twelve years supporting I an invalid husband and children j and the press of many of tho Ilalgo towns speak in the highest terms of her entertainments y Tho Grim Reaper James B Ryan a well known and popular citizen of the coun 5t ty died at his Jiome near town Monday night lastTafter severalllI weeks illness of typhoid feverI Tho deceased was about 89 years Of age and had been an activ and hard working man H fleaves a young wife and on child The funeral took plac yesterday from St church and a large procession of friends followed the remains their last resting place toIIII eMr William Hardiri a known citizen of the Beechland l neighborhood dietl Sunday and was buried at that place Tues day Diedon the 12th inst the eightmonthsold boy of MrCo ieI Humphrey who lives in the B4echlandneighborhood The remains of Cuba MarksI jttiS eleveny ar old daughter Mrs Reuben Mark were buried here on last Satlfrxlay the fvraer al being preached at the M th 3pdist church by Rev Lewis flfL The J4monthsold daughter of Mr and Mrs Tony Berry died last Friday and was buried Sat ureay The funeral services wore held in the Presbyterian urch Lena two years old the little a ughter of Mr and Mrs David mpson died Monday last at M homo of her parents who nt RIGray near town TIDiedis her home in the county Mrssu H Yancy the beloved wife one of our most respected rmer citizens iLThe deceased Co been ill several weeks of tytroid fever butcher death was agej vere shock to her many friends well as to the bereaved buson nd and children She was a woman of many lovable traits of tics rOatactercal mother The funpral took place Willisburg yesterday The the sympathy of the community goesof to the husband dud children their hour of bereavement as PRSON7LS eff the Hon W 0 McChord was in Lebanon Tuesday Gen P W Ilardin will speak at e Conrthousb Saturday = T Paul J Booker returned Monday Ta a trip to Louisville It Hon John W Lewis made a poUttitl by l speech at Lawrenceburg Monctayt Messrs Harry Shadcr and Irvine Wimsatt were in Eardstown Sunday with RoMeessrsnionde of Lebanon wore over nday Mrs John L Barber who has en dangerously ill of typhoid fever convalescing Misses Bettio Irvine and Annie Cunningham were visiting Miss Mar rot Leachman TucadayJ Miss Margaret Lcachnian returned Monday from Lebanon where she been visiting friends Miss Susie Bell came over from cebanonYankeyRoss wedding = regionTT f j J Lizzie and Rhoda Evans Gravel Switch who have been the arming guests of Mrs John Simme returned home today Messrs Will Hagan J T Mudd Clol Cunningham Will Wharton Jim- heechier Gwinn Marls and Clar- krayroft were in Lebanon SundaySMiss Nellie Triplott of who has been visiting the Misses KIniborlin of the Texan neighborhood ill leave Wcdnesdayfor Bardstown hero she will visit Miss Nancy Williams Dr W W Ray and Miss Willie t Mayes returned Monday from a trip Georgetown where thoy went toINo sit Miss Sue Ray They found her aakingtrasseBschool Mrs 0 C McOhord had a few of her friends to dine with her at a elz oclock dinner to meet her guest Mr ubert Vrooland of Laulaville Those resent were Misses Bpttio Irvine Annie Cunningham Mrytle Mnnsflold t Prof Ernest Mauttleld and E GraUBoyden i P P CALDWELL l L ATTORNEYATLAWAKO Court Stenograplier 4 IIOn ieDtpoIlUionl Court lleportinK I all kinds of Shorthand and Typo trttereo Office with W UcOhonl SPRINIWIELDKYI in 4f II lUlu Sue Mpot When HUfforlng from SMOVCIocold aiull our thront and lungs ft ol litHO take doso of Folovs Honey end Tar when tho Horeness will bo nt onco rollovod warm grateful feeling and healing hu parts affected will ho experienceT nnd you will snv Itfpels H1T3 TIll SPOT It Is guaranteedL linydon A Kobortnon 7 rj MRS D f kFashionable3 t t 1 Iol IlI Call and see my work and n tget prices I can be foundII t at the rooms over Poacoffloe l 9SPRINGFIELDICY lJO i1j q If War Nave Vonr4I llo A dose or two of rfbloys Honey and pnouftime Cures coughs colds croup la grippo hparsonos difficult breathing whooping cough Incipient consumption asthma or bronchitis Gives posltloI relief In advftiiced stages of coriaump lion asthma orlirouchltls Guarantee 1I clon Ullbert40 2fpT6Cac toy Fifty Cents GuarantoeJ tobacco habit cure makes weait ceasing tiopU puc W361 AU dnifcists f worms the Uti EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FI SI due not only to the originality end mplicity of the combination but also smanufncturedknown to tho CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP only and we wish to impress upon the importance of purchasing the ue atd original remedy As thorenuine Syrup of Figs is manulllClurednJ nJbyly a knowledge of that fact villDassist one in avoiding the wort111cssp imitations manufactured by other parVfrom The high standing of the RIA Fio SYRUP Co with the medil violent profession ann the satisfaction lied which the genuine Syrup of Figs han cns given to millions of families makes keep name of the Company a guaranty and the Colifarwoitour bowels without irritating or weakenut 0ingnauseate In order to get its beneficial an i pacectsCompnnyWOlplieCALIFORNIA Cd rad LOUISVILLE Cr HEW NTlay weherenblorsrelieves that itching Vvhen Increased T muscratchinge accuracy and professional knowl Forgoblooding itching and protruding tiles no pain or loss of time Ilaydou A bertson = paid the from Wheat Hye Clover HITS CREAM BALK U pocltlvecnre Apply into the nostrils It is qnlrkly absorbed Hay flt at flrnrtstaor hr mail imple tj nail JJROTHKKS Warren Be NswlYork City Transfer Stock Light Wago11 Thin Fair Host Oxen RUN BY Oxen Fe E CLEMENTS Hulls Headquartors T Scott Mayes Undertaking nd Furniture store FaIhat I am prepared to do all Chuds17 I or leave orders Special ttention given to delivering unks or moving household fur Good Fat niture Fat S E CLEMENTS Pigs lto Balbrda Snow Liniment auras Hhou- matlHin Neuralgia headache Sic ItGood Headache Soro Throat Cuis Sprain Fa IlrulstH Old SVrclI and all pain and InCo Humiliation Tlio most penetrating linDu ncut in the world Try it 60o hay don t Hobertscn Beit SHERIFFS SALE Fall lFonTAXES Monday Oct 24 1898 same being County Court day will offer at tko Courthouse door in Springfield Ky to the highest bidder he following described property o much thorool no will pay tbo taxes and costs duo mo aa Sheriff of Wash ington county Ky from the persons whoso name said property la liatod or taxes of the years and amounts set opposite their names WHllaburg trtctMrs Sophia Bar nett on town lot amount of taxes nand costa for year 1897 90 Theodore Hemphill nonrosldont Ifon land amoant of taxes and costs for years 18069784 65 John Sutton Sr on land amount of taxes and costs for years 189500 979843Pottsvillo District G 8 Goode on town Tot amount of taxes and costs for years 1895969798672 75 J A Young on land amount of taxes and costs for years 18050097 98 30 Mrs Malvfna Young on landamount of taxes and ooots for years 180697 98t62275 Springfield No8H H Fowlor on land amount of taxes and costs ffor years 18909798 514 20 I will continue to advertise for en taxcslbusiness is settled H B POWELL Sheriff Washington County SD CADWILLBN COtT1PATlQNS J Never Say Die l O1S0S snpronouncedcured by Foloys Kidney Cure Mni fly cInphyaxelans O18 faslitbna In dress tinny be rOtiveIdt but no old fashioned mcdldno cUn e1 IUIhiiaci3Diarrhoea Remedy llaydon t RobC 1On peQvIMMDocsWhites Cream Vermifugo is only safe euro Every bottle js gnar l1aJdpnokEfl1Pt i an4 Thlrlet IIabts OUt1fl3flQkofutW11hr c DHWOOILEYJLD Auaans UB oaico lot N rtjor St 3 4A GRITIGAL TIME During the Battle of San tiago SICK OR WELLARUSH- NIGHT AND DAY Santiagodele efforts In Gottipg Atnunltlon nd Rations to the Front Saved the ay K Butler of pack train No 3 writing I Santiago do Cuba on July 23d saysS o all had diArrhoea hi moro or lean form and when wo landed wb no time to see a doctor for It was a ot rush and riiah night and day to the troops supplied with amuttlUon rations but thanks to Chamberlains Cliolora arid Diarrhoea Remedy woro able to keep at work and kcfcp health in fact I sincerely bollorattint ne critical time thin mokichio wasIIndirect savior to our army for If the kors lbaJ been unable to work there uld have been no wav of getting sups to the front There were no roads t a wagon train could use My com o and myself had the good fortubo to in n nupply of this medicino before left Tumpa and I know in rour cases- osolntely savedmy life =he above letter was written to the nufaclunors of this medicine tine tChamberlain Medicine Co DeaMolnca la sale by llaydon Robertson THE MARKETS Tho following table represents tho prices for farm products In Springfield by dealers therein It Is corrected up to oclock Wednesday but Is subject to variations thereafter on prirato advices Louisville dealers per bu utIO to 65 1Oatsparbn v 60 per bn 2 40 235 Timothy per bu 85 to Orchard Urass per be 75 to 00 Hay Timothy per cwt Glover per cwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS rCATTLE Report furnished by the Louisville Live Journal Wost Main Street Lou IsTille Ky Extra shipping N 60a4 75 shipping 60a4 75 butcher steers 4 85a4 to good butcher steers 3 75a4 2g Common to med bntchor steora 3 60o3 90 rough steers poor cows and caiawaga 25 good to extra 8 CO4 00 common to modlum 2 5- 0eders4 4 65 ITStockers 4 n4 75 2 6Ca3 C- Calves 6 76a5 00 MItCH COWS Choice mlichcows33 00345 ir to good C0a25 HOGS oice packing and butchers 23 Ib to 800 Ib flO ir to good packing lbtrto 2OOlb to extra light Ib s4 410llshoats 130100 Ib 8 shoats 100120 Ib 3 40 60 to ibs 275a32f fugbS 1504W lb SHEEP AD LAI4BSTto extra shipping sheep 3 25a3 irtogood Sa325 mton to medium 2 a3 00 cks 3 a3 60 Skips and callawags 4 cr head 00 Kxtrwiprlng lambs IS Mall 00 butcher lambs 25a4 75 to good butcher lambs S 75a4 25 Tftilfudu 60n300 It Costs No More to become the pojicssor ofA highgrade reliable 1Ir1 Qoalci than it does one of those ill fitting And cheaply made garments with which the iOcountry is flooded More thAn 200 drIes kLadlcand from 400 upto5O0 I I Look Inilde be for 6 JLabsl lf pi correct the perfect fit Ieanc1luperlor blah nuunocethst- yourt bnyinf ihe but thsts mdea Cloak Ih traces sad beautlGe the figure u lher garment can Our reputation far htndTlng the best of everything fa emphatically expressed In out Cloak Department Now ready for Inspection pallI Millinery Cloaks Capes andI kirts it same room occupied last spring MRS J G MANSPIBLDpI i Denatr Is Dloo Deep Clean blood means a clean skin If6 beauty withoutUTCaacarets Candy Cathar ic clean your hloodsndkeeP it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im purities from the body Begin Hil16to btnlsh pimples boila blotebre blackhead and thAt sickly bilious complexion by takxr II ascarctsLoauy for ten cents AH dnnJJ t lOtZcgiste satis jwtwa suarwJtceu La = = rrT S8 rli This Will interest YOU l i We aio wn showing the largest FiN ffI Yu Winter stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes1Hats and ladies and Gents Furnishings than wt haw tever shown since we have been In business fi tIntftt are ahald 4 1some line of Broadclotns Serges Coberts Sebaatbphola Fancy Silks and High Novelties of all kinds Trimmings to suit same j Cloaks and Jackets ot oCloakliwrapMillinery k In our Millinery Deportment we offer lull line Ladles ftGripsJ Shoes r In our Shoe Department JRS you know vre carry corer1stock anti Jarger assoHmens thanlany house In town We handle well known brands such a Zcigler fine shoes for Ladies and Children Thos Emerson jindBay State Shoe 4 and Leather Co for Men These shoes are reliable s McChord Robertson = ii 4sT S M AYKS 8 Et LEMENTSJ Y IfAYiF J TSMAYESCO c ll 5 lJ d ptakersand jp- rornlfure A t Dealers xxxcWe make a specialty iMriWrning y Vf yfaffh k Icdone by Mr Clements a graduate of a school ol env T balming and we carry everything in Undertaking goods and our stock is COMPLETE in evetyietaiL t Calls promptly attended to day and night 1e 1 Our stock of furniture is fine and complete and if 4 zc yu want Carpets Mattings Rugs Bcdfbom Suts d t Rockers Tables Chairs or anything in the furniture line give us a calL X X X Xf j rV t 1 MAIN STREET 3Z SPRINGFIELD KY f ti J I T f 11 A BUSINESS EDUCATION A U abtOlBtt is yossgsn woman who would win koeoeu In life TbU being eooeeded It U ot the flrtt UnortuM to mt soar aining a the lolieol that steed la the ysq treat ranktha BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE if 1Vii iljfookkecplii Shorthand w Write for beautiful boolc giving tesfimonlala Iron i graduates occupylrig prominent positions all oyeif iv Wtf the United Statearlt Win bo mailed K051B s r HHQ gdquart8IIjjeYJft7 1rtf FOR THE FARMERSt 1 I 5 j + 4i Wo handlerall kind tF iifuUfrf1tiIraents and Wagons and 1 line of Flnet t f1 i Buggies Plaetons Sorftjs5Efti E 7 SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS The b6f wheat drill on the market One and two t horse SIzes i 1 l WM T tt We Iuy and selllh iiijl lnds of seed T t THOMPSON LAE1 J i SPRINGEIELDIKY 1 r r l t1 NEW LIVERY IRS 4 t ARTONctAPPI ig Lt ftt rLJ l Now Rea 1y5 for Business wLh F4rt4 fls rtJAommodationsw i if P t It GOOD HORSES lJj OOD BUGGIESI i i iiiti I t fA sp c1u1Jattenaib1agiventoboardan f brSns iiasicj v S The Best Accbmmbdations for TiaveliigS r JacI W Thompsons old stand SBRlNGFIliSLP K eL t u tI i rky r ii T r r i = T 4 r tjsAwIfor Infante and ChlfdFCfla- II Tho KIWI You llae Always Bought THE J9NAruRE OF 1 1BIARS In Use For Over 30 Years r CTAUII i tA POSSUM RIDGE COURT Jto ti j lime Sywrks JtSid IUt ZU Got ba VonB diet tor Value DcUvercdIt lQtr1re BeGliOll Is the high d1g1tar1 irio resldfes over tho Justices courts k Tipln thq Possum Ridge settlement la Eastern Missouri He has a limited lctowledga of xw not being able toyY1 read but he has a strong seato oLIjIs I gratItude and evidently he considers jJ hIs duty even un court tostaDdn yhLtfrIendsnnnecentlyr t4SqulroBv4t lor damages brought by Jonaa t Hudson against Slnio Sarks IIudkk jttforth atho plaim that one Ted fitierI fcrcken into a cornfield belonging toJ grain1rt E1 aald plaintiff great damagoa for which prayed for redress 4 yoong lawyer from the county seat mLfl5i pp v appearod for himself Itwa clearly y f ethzbGhed by six Trlthcsses thh5tho to r plalnjlffs statement Was true and thai lie had been damaged to the amountc tlalmed by Sparks rod ateer Simov offered so evidence In rebuttal so It looted lllio a plain ease for HudeonIIly CJJ4 tho lawyer askcd the Squire so to aSdecide Thenjt waa that 13par arose and tcok hand in tho proceedings I t1t iia tatha evidence them ether fellors got this IxKSC1 jr MPaara so tome Bime theSaulra It L repliedwAu I reckon SIme went onf that if drl Kindiftt Spears Uk1 art SlmcP Uh huh I kind 0 lowed It dilL r Cut before you give a decision I want- stq ax you a few quesflons v AU Tight Shoe file awayr Fust J want to know who it come to yo house last winter rollyof miz down with pneumony fever 4tSj wusj1Jt Vruijybuj filmed 1YbihuhI An who wui It when jp hOUSe burned down turne8 out an wra3Uod around an got anothern bunitforyouT 7uzlt Jonas H or nor- a lt wuz you Slme 9Th hohf WHo wuz It turned outt J on henled eawlpga to the mill for youp Sthe time you cut yp loot an wuz Jup for a month Wuz that man namod cJaon HuatonJJt waht I bIl Jt wllrIUB huh Who wuz it coma ort an helped you haul yo wheat in when Jho rain wuz bout to rot it Did the rmp 0 that man sound anything like iJonas Hudson 7hiNo it dIdnt 2Imdta DId It sound sorter like Simec 8txka4 J wcuvrw 9ThW buhl An what oxon wuz ItIjSaulra that helped to do all that haultt i n r Wuz it an old white ox belongln i1Q1Hudson 41t wa nYtioiytva it a red ox belongln to mea1fIl aiJ 7 jUbtad tp borrow a team to haoT fodder Squire I want to ax you war you got IL Wufit from Hudnontt CN57UZ it from me i i Yea Wuz thar nwhItooz in thattenmT2 f Tboire want Wuz that a red ad i tThera WBS TJbvhuhr You see Joat how ft la 1 Squire VJhen youve been in a tight lace an needed help me an that jed I teerhas lli7en ready to lend you a hand yot alOEK till you wui abla 2 A troup Cure what niany a jnothor fa lookIng iorf Bgmethinff alSoiritely safe nnd reliable that nlfdosarm hot terror of that dread rattling strangling r cough fearful to the mother so fatal to the child Ayers Cherry Sectoral is a croup cure that can bo L relied on Thousands say so r EvOlothwJIThat iflrrockof jnoUion the startling roupycoghBevcrAlarnozuoaolong I I I iadn bqtUelof rAycrB CHcrrjr Pectoral in iho LU SS1oGec WrWo1ulv seed Aycrs Cherry Pectoral in oir fanny for years Once when our boy I j I b a severe attak of ce thouht I that ka die But iprolbrok8 upthct attack fcyBsinffAycra CheotortS 1t ICOX lIaUv La k t e LP F Igers I ti EDrgPetioraJ tklt1lPin Wtsha OttIo at half f trice centsIJ J 0tt sIt on yo feet ogln But HUdson1 an his old white ox Dint finger in yo behalf true words Squlrer tIreckon they be Slme Then I want to as you If you con lder it yo duty under the law an constitution 9 this land to strike down the hand that has befriended ou I wont to know ron think It rlsbt for you to go acln me when I have always helped you in the hour of eed an in favor of a man who olnH ever done npthln for you I want o know too If you think you art to turn yo back on all that red steer has done for you anjf In spite o his past- indnesses go an slap a twodbllart ne on him for satin a little corn that he didnt know be had no right to eat est think o these things Squire be fore you decide th cue The Squire rubbed his nose thought fully torn moment then saId Slme youyo made my duty plain toe in this yore cano The verdlcka gurnfSspringIngIhis feet In astonishment Decide against my client when every parti l of law and evidences In his far voriYqungElan the Squire said grays law aa evidence waU right enough nut they aint tie only things that cut a figger in the decisions hisysre court Gratitude has a rlii1i o have her finger in the pie Slme Sparks an his red ox have done any favors In the past while Jonas Hudson has held aloof Consequently is my duty to stay by fUme It ould be base Insratllcdo oa my part I done otherwise An besides I ont know how soon I may stan la need p Slme on his ox again Da wust Vinff bout bad weather said Uncle TQbeni wis de mAD dat pub istE In comln roun an not lettin yer lohcltit IWALKOFF FOLKS a Ifeffrcfc Explanation ofr opte Without Bralu This relates to a gbntlsaodn who tried up tpdate farming la Arkansas tnd a wise old ncgvo who was his as sistant Shortly after his arrival in that his oric State which is sold to be the nursery of tradition he bought himself farm He stocked it with all the necessary flocks of blooded sheep cat ie hogs and horses and bought tent cotton and corn planters and started in to use all of the latest mod iled machinery which the farmers where he camt from think indispensa le to agriculture for running lila place and assisting him in farming he ired an old negro who became as enthusiastic as his boss In the use of the newfangled Implements for farming ca soon as he begin to understand them One day the boss and is man were just starting in to cut he corn crop with the patent corn- utter when a number of the neighbors pooalng by the field which adjoined the oad stopped and alter watching tho machine work for a while commenced o laugh end make fun of the new farmatond his assistant Tho old ne groWas quiet awhile but finally burst ut Don t yt mln em bomb Yous ll right Dont yo mln em They nothIn but walkoQV anyhow NothIn but walk offs I tell yo Let em alone11 When the neighbors had finally gone bo farmer turned to his man and thanked him for his consideration nntsnfd he I did not understand that name you called them Its a new expression toms What does It moan 1Iyou born You see It was this way When de Lord made Adam in do gar den of Eden He saw He war sorter lonesome so H0 made Eve fur ter hop him company Wai they lived thar sum time and de Lord Ho kinder liked dem and He thort He wud make sum more Ilk them ter kep thom company as He was gettln very mueh pleased with slch nice sensible people Well He mad HIm a half a dozen er more Jos as nice looking people as yo ever seen He mad them out er clay cording to the direction of de Good Book and Ho stocd em up against the fenco to dry whoa He was finished makin em up He had era all finished ceptln the brains Now the brains clay it was akoerco around them digglas and de Lord He thot there was some down by do datI Well ho wont down thoro to look it and what do you think thorn toolIpeople did Why they dried up walked off An mister you mustnt theyhasr An Explo lre Jctt rEliaS Howe the Inventor of tho sew ing machine proved his patriotism during tho War by enlisting and by fre quent heavy contributions from his prlvaib purse In November 1SC2 his regiment was In Virginia suffering groat discomfort Notf having been moneyPrivate4ue them lie sat at a table handing out tho money whoa a clergyman asked him for a subscription toward a new chtucbOhsntd Howe I W3ttimebut wa need churches and hope you win give something for St Peters St efersald Howe he was the fighting apostle and cut otLo mans ear To Oh well said Howd IH give you 50 for t t1terbeingIt Just now most of my money spent on saltPOtor1 j I IyI Kbw an Entlrt lUllrtwl l h Vpcmrcd In t 11ilsbtOf the washouts that occurred in my ten years of railroad building if the west the most complete and sweep- Ing was that of the McPhefson Lyonll railroad in Kansas in 1830 saida civil engineer to a reporter It was whlli z we were building this twdntyfivomllV i d branch of the Atchison that i was di vision engineer in charge of the west ernend We had begun work iq c March at the MpPhorson end and II was necessary that the road should b ttot l In bonds would bo forfeited Although t thx grading was very hoavy with deep I cuts and long high fills the 20th ol ZIay saw the roadbed finished from ontt end to tho other and tho track carried nearly to Lyons to that time during all the con structlon not a drop of rain had fallen but on the night of the 20th a thunder storm canto It was not a long one began at midnight and was over be ItIIwasonce Dut I had no idea of how much wAter really had fallen until on going out of doors In tho morning I saw what had been a dry creek bed ever since my coming to Lyoni was a river full from bank to bank and tunning like a mlllrece That set me off in a hurry to look at the truck but there was no track to be found There were rolls and ties where the track had been but the roadbed that had been beneath was gone The pralrlo alter tho long drouth had become as hard as a pave ment so that it took up none of the rain that had fallen and the rush of fwotor from a great watershed covering townships had come against the road bod The opening at pile bridges 100 feet long Intended as waterways had been nothing to carry the water off and tho roadbed had gone simply melted away Well all this was a heartrending sight to engineers who the day before lied looked on theirwork on this road as finished But the trains had to be running into Lyons In ton days or the 950000 in bonds would be sacrificed and we tot to work to repair the dam ages The Atchison road was behind the enterprise that we had the sinews of war the bridges were standing the outs In the roadbed made and the contractors gongs still at hand I wont say that it was a very finely eon structed road at that stage but I rode out of Lyons on June 1 on the first train for wo had got there after all Btv ll Gui Nurses Black Baby An elderly negress was thrown from a Broadway cable car at Thirtieth street In New York through tho fail lire cf the conductor to wait for her to get ottoShe bad an 18monthsold baby In her arms She hugged the baby to her breast when she fell A carriage had bean rattling along behind the cable car and when the colored woman rolled into the gutter a young woman dressed te a light bo ruQed gown jumped from the carriage caught up the baby The car Iand sad the passengers climbed out The women all ran for the baby The baby decided that It didnt want to cry and began to laugh with bigeyed good nature The young woman who was carrying it began to cry She told her coach man to go for a doctor She walked up and down the street and the chattering crowd of women followed her The coachman returned with Dr W C Gllday of 130 West Thlrtyabcth street An ambulance was called from the New York Hospital and Dr Parker the surgeon and Dr Gllday dressed a gap lag wound on the colored womans headMeantime the black baby eat on the young womans arm and made demon strations at her hair with Its tiny black bands The young woman would lauGh with the baby and then glanc- Ing at the crowd around the ambulance she would cry The ambulance rolled away and somebody went up to a policeman who had been collecting material for his report at the accident and said Wheres the baby The youag woman who had shown such a lively Interest In ft was not to be seen Her carriage was not In sight The policeman was frantic ScoutS chased up and down the street One of them found the volunteer nurse with the baby In a confectionery store trying to make It swallow a spoonful of Icecrcara soda Both she and the baby seemed to be enjoying then selves When asked somewhat ab ruptly why she had carried the baby pfl Bhe answered simply Why It was going to begin to cry Then for the first time she seemed to realize that she was in a crowd of amused and curious strangers She put the baby Into the policemans arms dad hurried to her carriage which was waiting around the cornerILooktnfT a ta GraceMy brother Tom says this war business Is likely to make men scarcer than ever at the seashore this summerSMabelOh pshaw I dont believe it Ive never seen a man at the sea shore yet that would be likely to go to war under any clrciimstanceaI- deftlUm sod nwlnIWhat do you think my dear ex clalmod Mr BTownjonee In tones of Joyful excitement You know the Fed oration of Authors is meeting In our city well we are to have the honor of entertaining the celebrated novelist Go dolphIn Whatnot as our guest AUgh responded Mrs Brown joncs enigmatically Mr Whatnot a realist or an idealist Why do you want to know naked Brownjones surprised Well if ho is an idealist I con just leave things as they are but if he Is a realist I must give the house a thorI ough cleaning from top to bottom I xy not be literary but Ive dipped into realistic novels and I know their style The rightbond curtain hung slightly askew suggesting that one of the drapery pins had lost its grip A pendulous cobweb waved mournfully from the cornice just above the door leading into the hell and there was a fine bloom of dust like that of the purple grape on the piano lid In the lefthand corner of the room almost buried in the pile of somewhat faded carpet was an invisible hairpin clearly indicating tko recent presence of a woman in the apartment Find out right away BarrIngton what Mr Whatnot Is and then I shall know how to proceed I have n6 deslreto let my hence afford material to a realistic ob serration sharp tAProrbeoy Fnlfllld thel brqrcc mli1means pain danger and possible death for some wives For others it r7i flOiscomfortat is no reason why child birth should bo a period nfnaln and dread Soy Iml months before a Unfu1nt woman becomes a to be ap mother she should piled ex ternallyhe e There Is a prepara the nina tion made which is c1eannd re Lapurposegiveselasticihispreparation is C rgan CQIlo LI II corned in HoLnorchlldbfrth endo nllFrinf astreau1ta low if the lH ijffo woo the whole period of preg Dtulcy It Jj tlie onJl remedy of the kind In tIle world that is endorsed by physiciansL1 per bottle at aU drug stores or sent by mall 02 receipt of price FnEx BOOKS con taining invaluable InCformationforalwornenwill I dress uponappUcation to ii Tto BrtitBdd Ricnlator 00 1g Atlanta diOplaces oars wnat to mule says pine ter be dea fo wad come tor a end en I sees by de popero da divert Is done got places under the Guvmont en dat fulfils de prophecy I shouldnt wonder any right now wen yous asleep St In en droamln dat 4e house rent paid en de water bill stttled tcrboah Ga briel blow his hon en say Put on yo cloze en come tor jadgmaat you mshbul sinners youl Shouldnt be talllsurprised ter see da sun shut he eye en de moon palntln de sky red En d4t remlns mar WIle things Ja lookln skeery I aint gwino tar pay no mo rent in adwance I dont hear efdo lanlcrd takes down da stem en nails up de winders Kai de Bible comln true en hit may be lodgment to do lonlord sign de reept Look out1 N sinners look out F- Mamnm4Never ny yoo cant Tharoa no Such word cant Tommy Thero always seems to bet such a word whw I ask if I con hays more Jelly JadtBf From tile Sound Do you know that Qn ordinary piano contains about a mile of wirer IordinarywanII onload of tinware ARE THEY SUPERSTITIOUS f 2XoiormB end Gripmen BaTe GraTe Wean ol nD1UIr Orr Aay Animal 1 wonder said an observer whether motormen and grlpmen are superstitious or whether It Is danger one to run a car over even small cred turea or whethoq the men ore almnly gentlftheorted and humane and loath to hurt anybody or anything Coming la from the country a while ago on a trolley car and coming like chain lightning too we saw some chickens ahead on the track ThoImotorman shut her off and put brake on with celerity cod strength that Indicated that he would have reversed the car If bo could It waa clear that he didnt wont to touch a chick and we didnt The birds ran acroas the track with wings aflapplng and their foot agolng as fast aa they could make em They didnt have much margin of safety but they bad enough and as they flopped across tho motorman gave the oar the wire again and let her hum Coming down town on a Broadway cable car the other night I felt tho brake grip as we were rounding the curve Into Seventh avenue from Fifty third street An entirely new exper ience for that curve la taken with a running start to get around and down to where they want to go and I know they wouldnt shut her off there un lees there was very good reason for I- tand I looked ahead expecting to see a very large man at least or some othor equally Impreoslvo object on the track but it was just a dog and not a very big dog either a black and whlto shaggy dog trotting across the track and just clearing It trotting alone easily not hurrying a bit but taking Its Umo to croon over And the grlpman was as careful to keep clear of the dog aa the motor man had been of the chickens IJIIa Warning Light aged man with a full and swooping beard His face was seamed with wrinkles and ho deeplyI as he walked In his hand ho bore an ancient lantern and this It was that attracted the attention of a passerby The passerby waa a young man and as ho faced the aged stranger he took off bio hat- Pardon me sir he saId but isnt It rather unusual to carry a lighted lantern through the streets In tho day time Tho old man looked up from the cavernous depths of his eyeaocketa and softly cackled Dont you know met he cried In a high cracked voice A sudden light seemed to Illuminate memoryI It moat Diogenesj remember me cackled the old man Of course I remember you now said the young mail and they shook hands warmly tStill on tho same old quest I see sold the youth as he pointed to the lantern Whats that cried the old ma with his hand to hIs ear I sayl notice that you are still looking for an honest man shouted the youth Diogenes laughed longand heartily Youre wrong 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for 15 years AS the i BEST RMEDY1OI PILEa SOLD B LU DRuOC18d sib UIa NEWS LEADER 100 yearr FENGING f05rnED0PctvAL Ioulii7 2Tarm Gardon Cemetery Lawn Sailroad end BabHt I fencing rnoaaI ouW a Uaa CaSsZOgJe JtwJgJ Paid zwuz Tla HcHULLEH WOVEH WISE FESCrfe rand 130 Msrket St CKCACOHJ t5 a 1 t AVERS Sarsaparilla L is the i I BEST SARSAPARILLA 11 ffm Beslw JB an easy boast But theres no best without a tests StoS expect something extra of best something tra in bread Jrohi best i flour something extra in wear from oestdothssomething exttu in cures from best medicines Its that something extra in Ayers Sars parilla that makes Ayers the best That Something extra Js tiuaity Remember its quality that cures not quantity Geo Smith 6f tKo Peoples Drug Store Seymour Conn says4i I have sold yoiir gdpdf for twentyfive years and When a customer asks nne for The Best Preparation for the BlOod f irJt- lIsayC Ifyou will take my opinion use AyersrSarsaparillaj Icll gttftr antee that you will receive more benefit by using one or two Bottles ofuAycrs than you would by using half a dozen QQJtJeaof meothrkindl Wlien they thkit 1 Clever lear any complainltv Ayers Sarsaparilla c1res thathavct1iorgIn iri impure blood sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples eczema tetterj s5Vofularetc It cures cheaply it cures quickly and it cures to stay Thalia why its best 4experience as a druggist I consider Are Sarsaparllla soptrlor t teS tj Dr similar prcpaiatloa on tho market and I give it the preference over all others f dsA C WOODWARD forces tBrMa s f 4 rrioestlmation as regards Saraaparilla Ayers Is tho standard WchsvenevE t i heard Itspoken of In other than the very highest terms V 4 srVt ETJRRILII CO Pharmacists 9 StateStreet MontpellcrYt f consIder Ayers Sanaparilla tho best blood ptmfieron the market V a Dr GIUSE CO West Gardner Mats j 4V i r During fifteen years of experience with AyeVs Sarsaparllla I have yet to leafajefSk isiglocaso1rhereU ii failedto cute If used according to directions v F O COLLINS Druggist farfa Jso Mi believe AyerV Sarsaparilla contains more medidnal value than nnyothe similar V compound JMES DOANE Dispensing CaentKtogsy511e Oat 1 1S j