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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, October 27, 1898. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1898 new1898102701 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 27, 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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SteCa1dweU OIAo 1 v q jp IUIEJ NrWLIUiFRt j 4 I u Odds and Ends of Gossip 1 h u IM5tt rG 5 a 5 TIlE WARRIORS HETUBN From the held of war I comO Sweet Marie Will you kill me welcome home tIAll my sweetest songs are groans jAnd Im full of armyprunes As Ican be 01 I got JIm the neck JEIiDontyoni Imthomnd ancLraln raleptiVhiIe the very i And the buzzards vigils kept Over one i When I Hated Iw fatoSweet Marie Never wasa Thomas cat t z Spry name l J could lift a bar of beer Icould run like any doereAnd there naver was a tearoIrimyee Now Im thinner than a ghost SwOetrifarler t You cOuliiinakea bitching pest Out of me j Ev joint thats in frame hIs0j But Im with you once again Sweet Marie Though you dont seem to iden Tifymo Now ihat I am on myfeetcAnd will have a chance to cat Ill accumulate mpo moat Than you see From the bitter quinine pills Ugh Ol Geel And from Santiago chills lanxfree Now Ill live almighty high And I soon will be as spry As thoboy you kiased goodbye Sweet Marie Sweet Mario list to mo list to eiSweet Marie Though a living skeleton Now you see ihave got the framework yet And the meat t I soon will get Woll happy yet you bet BvreooeoMRrie qoep f4 HEY DONT LIKE ITSomeIof the worthy INOT Ountynr making a big kick overtherQad lawwhich being enforced now that requires a man txrx rk six days Tout the yearon the public roads with u compensation Some cases of open rebellion against the en forcementof the law have been reported Several of the over seers have complained that they find it impossible to get some men intheir district to work A case of open rebellion against the law and one which may have been intended for a test case had it been decided but it wastitSt decided for it was tried bya jjury and the jury disagreed was that of James Barnett who was arrested and tried on the charge of refusing to work the road The law on the subject Js plain and it provides in effect lat each and every ablebodied yofcer in pounty shall give s- iLjidj iwjir on the roads and that it ifbio the Fiscal Court whether or iiot he will be allow ed any compensation therefqjl In the case of our cdnnty thc Fiscal Court hasjdecided that no il1owcdCand that the citizen must give Ms 2nefit of the county This actioni becomes r lecessarybthey say ona countI of the lack offunds available for road purposes II IH ITAnienterprisin ed citizen fromthemorthern part of the county in speaking of the road question the other day said un iSDi goo test to tell yourithe big majority of the men when called ontOworkthe roads turned out cheerfully and wi all pitched in- land did what we conld to fix up the roads in oh neighborhood but wehavea ew kickers and it is musing to noticeto what trouble they will pmt to avoid working on the road Why one fellow Springefield to consult a lawyer and what do you think he said he said that a lawyer had told him that Abe Lincoln freed the slaves lin 1663 and that a man in thesp dayS could not be made to work f r nothing and he wontt workJ 5 UQUQ 8 OOD SUGGESTION A good suggeution was that made during the meeting of the FiscallJ Court wade by Squire Nina rod Hendren I believe It was o the effect that all delinquent taxpayers be compelled workout their head tax on the road There are several hundred delinquent taxpayers reported every year by the sheriff and if these could be made to par to the county the amountthey owe- n work on the roads it would mean just that much benefit to the county The road questions one that is troubling the- fficials of counties other than our own and the man who suggests a plan that will please everybody will be a public ben- factor indeed The county of Washington county appear to be desirous of doing their best to devise a good plan put the present status doesnt please everybody that could hardly be expected IN work4pr themselves Allfashionedict has gone forth that men are to wear their hair IbngI Ilonger than it has been worn forj some years This will doubtless put some of the local chappies iin a quandary for some of themI haveI already allowedtheir classic locks to grow to the limits of reason and if any additional inches are added they will be put to the necessity of consult iiing their sisters or the Indian i Medicine Man as to the plait or curling papers Another fash iion note says that a decided change has come in trousers From now on these garments are to be made appreciably longer and the correct thing will be to turn them upand keep them turned up a good part of the time What the theory of this is cannot be discovered but at IIalli erence to this new fashion tailors this fall will finish up thir trous ers on the inside near the bot tom putting straps neatly along the s amsi 0 counItryman nize a good thing when he comes to town even if lie does look a little green The lady fboth1 puller who performed on the streets County Court day and offered to pull a few dozen teeth free of charge did a land office business for awhile She pulled teeth from the mouths of men who had probably suffered agonies from them and who would have doubtless suffered a lot of more agonies before they would go to a dentist in the or dinary way and give up fifty cents to have a molar extracted There was a novelty and excitement about having teeth pulled by the lady tooth puller that probably killed the pain and it did not cost anything you know 0 fl o NORED Two SpringfieldI masons were meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge in Louisville last week Mr W C McG bord who already held a high office was promoted to the position of Grand Senior Warden and E S Mayes was chosen Grand Conductor of the Grand Council IjEWStWednesday night between the hours of 12 and loclock Dr W W Cleavers barn which was situated about soventyfive or one hundred yards east of his residence caught fire and burned doctoleHorse harness and buggy and marterial wasIn thebuUdmg all of which wis destroyed with the exception of the horsa and buggy When discovered the roof was ieady to fall in The prompt Arrival of the fire com panyproyented the spreading of the flames to the neighboring buildings and residences The property was insured for 40b lThe members ot Company F second egiment Kentucky volunteers who have been home on a thirty days furlough returned to Lexington Tuesday morning and are now in camp awaiting their promised dismissal from the service of Uncle Sam The second regiment will probably be mustered out about the first of the week and its gallant members will return to their erstwhile peaceful pursuits The boys are still ready nd willing to fight for their country and tneir flag but as the fighting is over they have enough of camp drudgery and hardships and are anxious to return to tbeir homes and their business which no doubt they would drop again as cheer j heir nation need them Remember that the onry dyo that will color your garments without filling thorn uitof Operas blue vitrol etj Put arn Fadeless Dyes Remember that blue vitrol copperas nnd other mor dants rot your goods nd double thIS liability of spotting Putnam Fadeless Dyes Sold by Waters Browno nom Our Special iorrepoudentc Samuel Hardesty was at Per iy ville Saturday and SundayI Mr Hardin who was quite ill with typhoid lever is reported betterSquire J Hendren held court on Saturday at the public school house forthe trial of some cases for the Commonwealth- S H Scott has moved to and will occupy one of the farms of S B Hrdesty next year Prol Fred Grigsby was sum i ciently recovered to resume his school in Hardesty distnqt Mon dayii Overseer Jesse Chesser fin J ished his contract of public repairs on the Chaplin and Willis burg turnpike Monday Though difficulties have arisen in regard to getting bands to work thee roads are being placed in goodj condition That a land of milic andI honey is no idle boat i verified by Lyttle Kays who on Saturday last took nearly a hundred paunds of fine honey from twoI stands it being the tbird time this season the same stauds had yielded similar amounts and as for milk he getR about three gallyns a day from a 1200pound Shorthorn cow that has not missed a milking in three years Ycllqw Janndleo Cured Suffering humanity should be supplied with every means pos sible for its relief It is with pleasure we pubiisn the follow ing This is to certify that I was a terrible sufferer from yel low jaundice for over six months and was treated by some of the best pbysictnns in our city and all to no avail Dr Boll our druggist recommended Electric Bitters and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured I now take great pleasure in roe ommending them to any person suffering from this terrible mal ady I am gratefully yours MI A Ho art Lexington Ky Sold by Haydon Robertson- MOORISVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent Miss Joanna Tobin of Bards town visited at Mrs Mary Bo lines Sunday Mr J M Wall is on the sick listMarried on Oct 10 in Spring field by Rev W M Stallibgs Mr Jonas Grume of Poplar Flat to Miss Ora Kate Trputman of Booker Miss Ora is the only child of Mr and Mrs Mike Trouimau is an accomplished rung lady MrXJrume is to be congratulated on securing such lady for a wife Majrtheirpath BII way be full Of sunshine and flowers is the wish of their many friends Mr H D Stiles of near Springfield was here Sunday lOur farmers have began crib bing their corn Some are sell ring at 1 per barrel neilthIbars took in the excursion last Sunday A large crowd from here were in Springfield Monday to hear the speaking fENWIGK From Our pecial Correspondent Frank M Spaldingof Lebanon was the guest of his sister Mrg Jas M Jane Saturday and I RoYAL Baking Powder 0Made from pure aeamof tartar Safeguards the food against alum greatestmrnartrs i i ea ntw SundavC tMrst cessfull preceptress at Cactus Hill was the guest of Miss Pearl Adams Sunday Miss Lena Barlow and Mrf Jack Mulligan of Valley Hilltt were the guests of friends nearf here SundaysMrs Mary Spaldingof Marion I ounty iis spending a week with f her daughter Mrs Prudie Janes at this place The Misses Thompson of Hen dron were guests ot Mr and l Mips Will Fowler on Sunday t Mrs Sally A Fenwick a greatgrandmotnor is ill at her home with Prof Montgomery Thos J Nally sod to John Gentry four 1300pound shipping attle at ft cents The infant child of Ed Graves is dangerously iill The epidemic of whooping qough is proving very fatal to infantsCapt Donohue of Texas was the guest of Mr andMrs M DtMontgomery Sunday night J H Nally sold to T J Nallyt one male Durham weanling calf for 25 Mesdames Sally J Cecil and Mahala Wiliest of Fredoricktown wore visitors in this section last week iThe calling together of the sixteen wise men as steering committee for the circuit court has produced the usual amount of sensation The sentiment Isa fast gaining ground that the- o grand iury is a useless expense and that the magistrates courts could examine and pass on all such casss with much greater curtainty and less oxponseby far than the present system The bost lawyers in our Common wealth advocate this change in the judicial equipment of our state It is a relic of the In quistion tLat men can meet Ine secret chamber and virtually condemu a man to fine and for c o faiLure of liberty by the malice of some enemy and the victim may not even know of his mis fortune until called on for bis liberty cr his money Often on the flimsiest shadow of a charge a man is bled for a fee or compromise money even though the easels sure to bo discharged yI a court jury Dlncorered by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and lor seven years she with stood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughe4 in cessantly and could nob sleep She finally disc yered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle ot Dr Klngjs Wow Dis- Covery for Consumption and was so much relieved on taking first dofc that sh slept all night and with two bottles liasi boon absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Lather Lutz Thus writes W C Hamnick Co of Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Hay don Ilobertson Regular size BOc and 8h Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded Tired of Thorn Lexington is getting tired of the soldiers Once the object of so much sentimental erestnI d the hope of llargely increased mercantile profits they are now stale upon Lexington palates and the sooner they go tthe sooner will the bluegrass capital breathe freely once more Their crimed their swaggering license their outbursts of rudeness and violence theireyomnipresencEi is oppressive to i of Lexingtonians The soldier 1 in war is a heroic figure but the olunto in eand under a control loses lpicturesque d interesting qualities alto ether Dont forgot that ran dye nil kinds f fibers cotton wool or silk at tho same timoln tho w mo vessel with Putnam Fadeless Dyes Waters A Browne Coal Oil Discovered Near Stewdrt On the farm of Mr Sleet Coy le near Stewart a well was being drilled recently when a rich vein ot coal oil was strupk Jdr Coyles farm is located in Wash ington and Mercer and the land in itself is worth but yery llittle The vein of oil was struck at a depth of 103 fee The oil is as lack as coal and before it can be used it will have to be refined Immediately after the discovery Dr Coxand some other gentle men of this city lleased the Cyyle arm which consists Of ten thousand acres for a perigd ol five years and have been corre ondin with a Pennsylvania firm with regard to having a re finery established there If the refinery is established sevbral more wells will be drilled Tbo gentlemen who have the farm leased believe they will make a big thing out of the enterprise and are going to push it The oil has been analyzed by an ex perienced Louisville chemist who pronounces it to be of a very fine qualityHarrodsburg Dem The Successful Remedy for NASAL CATARRH must be nonirritating easyof application and one that will by Its own action reach the Inflamed and diseased surfaces ELYS CREAM HALcombines tho Im portant requisites of quick action and spa cine curative powers with perfect safety to the patient This agreeable remedy has mastered catarrh as nothing else has and both physicians and patients freely concede this fact All drugghU cheerfully acknowl edge that in it the acmo of Pharmaceutical skill has been reached Tho most distress ing symptoms quickly yield to It In acute cases the Palm imparts almost Instant rtlic- fBy Absorption i Catarrhalanffercrssbonld remember that Elys Cream Balm is the only catarrh remedy which is quickly and thoroughly ab- orbed by tho diseased membrane It docs not dry up the secretions but changes them to a limpid and odorless condition and finally to a natural and healthy char cterSTne Balm can be found at any drug store r by sending tin cents to Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York it will bo maUod t Full direction with each package Orcam Balm opens and cleanses the dasal passages allays Inflammation thereby topping pain in tho head heals and pro tecta the membrane and setores the senses of taste and smell The Balm is applied ttdirectly into tho nostrils WANTED Several Trustworthy Per sons in this state to manage our business In their own and nearby coun t ItI definite bona Undo no wore l no loss salary Monthly 75 Refer stsnipc4tvolopopartment M Chicago Yo Poor kd1tortWhile the editor of the Falcon accompanied by bis family andc orderltowas standing iq awe before theI rhinocorous mud watching Miss YoungLady4VithoutanySklrtssweep of the tent some bold bad heartless Villain entered hiss domicile and wilfully and feloniously adstracted froni his work aday vest pocket nine large handsome silver dollars with the which hu contemplated purchasing a variety 01 tbingspEn trance was effected through rf window opening into a childs bedroom the dbor of which cornii municating with the remainder i Iof the house Vas secured The vest with its precious contents was left Jyiqg on the bed and this was all of any value in the room The thief was soen bta lady living in the neighborhood and is described as a negro boy aged about 18 slender and wearing tt white wool hat with a black band The nublio is cor dially invite to shoot all such boys on sight at our expense We wish to say to the colored population and to all who may see these presents greeting tbat in the future we expect to tbave but one yest which we will wear at all times that never under any provocation will we be guilty of havipg nine dollars again tb1t we have a large nd ferocious shotgunwhich is liable to go off at the proper time and is warranted to shoot in every direction With i which few re marks we will now retire to the woodshed to bewail our loss with the proper qulsntlty of Briny tears Lebanon Pticon cO JIt- H k- oG1IIE wideawake buslies isathrough the colateM of tlXjw r jJ jcLEADEB1 reach thefszM aM Mhse T l1 I buyersk f L H PBEST ADVERTISIIco roJiL1rto Jf OCTOBER 54niObora4DeuUes r GehennawasnonamoFor aStbeytdidttbistimesnould peLINI t kaJHo MGRONDY J SCLAyrntooitg p G McfEr6no d 1 p Jj L i 1Jdiit Lett Wlyitf J i it g Catch You l- t LUnprepared JJ d ItOIt W J fi i iru4 I j iIlit The way to prepare Y011 lrt4is to go to the hew firmand in Iofvest in anewOyerco at or a new j Winter Suit We can fit you out from head jV to footfrom Hats to Shoeswe jE carry everything that men wear j I Our Dry Goods tndJNTotion8 j0 department is also complete fand ladies will do well to in T speot our Dress Goods before T buying elsewhere jf L Special Indue e me nts are jij being offered to Il- IClshPur 1 chasers Ber sure you remem the place + = I f- GrnndYJOIaybroo tCO i 4 SPRINGFIELD KY 4 Snap Shots With a Jraphopbone The Graphophoneis tb the ear what the photographic camera IsP to the eye and more for the Graphophone catches instantly and preserves every tint and shade of sound A most inter sting use of A Graphophone o make records of your friends Voices to be preserved for future use You can catch the story orjj yOur jolly friend just as be told el1lovedreproduced1pertcctJi atJ any time and as often as you please Besides the Grapho phone affords wonderful enter tainment in the way of reproducing the music of bands or chestra or vocal or Instru mental soloists No Investment will return jo madk linjgleasure aa the purchase x ta GrapTio phone It fa the perfect talking machine Write for catalogue No 30 to the Columbia Phonograph Company No 919 Penn ni Ave t Washington DiCr 0 Farm for Sale I have for sale a farm con sisting of 200 acres of good lands situated about five miles northwest of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach Ithas on it a good dwelling barn and improvements More tbnlialf is in pasture and the balance tuinsjsome Hillpstofficennd raiiroadsta tion and on a good turnpike C M KELLY t Springfield Ky Farm For Site Wanted to csell A good farm situated about one mUtt ease of Valley Hill station Said farm is one ot the best tobacco farms in the county Well watered and plenty of fimber The farm contains about one hundred and ninety acre which can be divid ed into two tracts with arouse on eachSA B WALKER tBRO VALLEY HILL K1 JA1TEDSOVCraI Trustworthy PCt sons life this stalu to man JQnur bualiiwa Jtf their own and nearby coua titS It is malnljdomcpi work conrtijlt d al home 5ilnrytnhigIit ayor and- oxcnscsdet1fltLn bonaliiCtrao IUQra lie less saIaryJiIoL1fl 7Refereaasi- closo te1fadL1roseci atanip d otive 010 JlcrbQtt E lies Prest v cjitt tI I J FIND AD ElMHlKe Is the title of a very hit rectlB leaflet Jast leaned by the chlctbo Milwaukee tui 84 etit Railway de8crlptlto of tiie Wlej resorts along Its lines It willlMfMaAl f Interest to the professional anglers w irttf as to the amateur A copy wilt be seat to any address on receipt of a twocent utamf for pottage Address Ceo fl HeaJT1 iOenlPusAgentOhicagoELI I Hew fa Pr Veat VNwp We have two chil ren who ari mWl j jact to attacks of rlupYfItenw f fattack la coming on niT wife gives UlMiY 0 Chamberlains Cough Emsdy a41talways prevents the attack It su a household necessity la this eottaty MdF no matter what aloe wiCrmb owtfefji would not do to be wltW t Ch Wr Iains Cough Remedy Mfe of It fa l here than of all other conk aediefaMir + fiombinedvJ M NickI a NkktelMM i merchants of lcklevilt Au FM Hf 4Jby Haydon A Kobertsfe k 10 Crir OtMtls bai lakoCa OSe4YOMOI14 t fn 0 tL 0 rauso cue d ankmL4Ws tJ f The best salve in the rUJtNlf tscuts bruises sores vlctni slv rheum fetprsore l tUr okl1handti chilblains cons iAd Jftskin eruptions slId poiUv I6 JuTe p1Ieor no pay rH lr4r It goaranteod to fir p rftet1 satisfaction or aioatr ntrPrice 2Sc per box ForrHay don c1 Robertson Y0or WM- fDoctor r F KnowsYOV4aetoraoWeJ1 1oc 4VTTf Ths at JO 1Ibp joat Mk Uxt wtai IM th r of cIIrsLsINC of OodLvtOIl with J IpOItO1 W axIIItonttnbIgasaw r 1 For twanty nyean oo- bcisbsvs prorlb4 or rI 1DJIU orosuny aOm i pioMMuik testa MIllIp MallT ues1 eIamt children tiIiM It7 vuokown IDi Kee mkKl that eoorre JDULSION ROod tba Uet for a 01 It t i wSd k I wr ft4f9 T E NEWS LTJ lrDUR iz OLD KTU8IDa oflflQt f fOO A YEAR IN ADVANCE t4 SPRINGFIELD IKV I i iDAVISON Jrr Pub f Iecsll ei bP iness notices ID cents per OH itefkh rat insertion and 5 cits for ck tbeqanffn8rt1on vtC11 oa cndtdates and polILfc3Ltuitter t o clI priin ci3hC1idvtrtUlng1 contracts made onCllberal r 1enU 1 Obltuariea and resolutions of jrespccfc 3 tents per Uae V v ri nouf 1i nt7J8ItLslrateSa 550 J untmcers 500 DtStrktomc h bO flt THURSDAY ar27 J898 t THERE Is a desire among soma ot our most enterprising busi L 1ss men to put on foot again =i icproject to erect an electric i jlight plant for Springfield and If Wo trust that the movement will i o given The endorsement of thre town ijiiere is nothing thatt adds more jftQ the N improvement of a town and iSof greater coavenience to j iti jj inhabitants than electric lightsunlos it is water works i t tSe latter it seems we are detiIednot to vef9r awhile 4 S at least An eleetric light plant of a Size sufficient for the de i mands ota town the size of Spritigfield could be built at a comparatively Jsmall cost and if the people will patronize iborie i paatreadily see that the plant will a nrQvia paying business An f i investigation was recently made i iI liy a citizen of this place which xeyealed the fact that a good- X electric light plant could be built i hreat ftcost in round numbers ofH5pOO An estimate of the cst of operating the system for o oneyear is given atr 2000whqe I Jtt theieceipts based on a conserv tf vtlve estimate of the patronage fI be received are given at Ji j 1 s35Qoo WISh tMs as a basis there should belittle difficulty Sec ring subscriptipnsfor in t vestment in the enterprise It l noV costs the taxpayers of the t toW of Springfield between 450 and 500 per year for light iplthe streets under the present system of gasoline lamps and 4SIthe results are very unsatis k darlrVp aiess quite often and unexpected Jii With electric lights for the Kstreetsa much better condition s of affairs would be assured and U f tp town could well afford to pay big r price and get good ser b i yice for the expenditure We believe that the matter can be lsuccessfully earned putif it is irtaken oldof and pushed dSpringfield should have more i ibli improvement and if our v citizens will make a unite3 effort t idAthat direction there is nor i treason why our town shodid nott nbeJattbe ieaior the procession i 4 1i y POLITiCS are growing warm f speakersvVrgal6re are on the raging stimp- i iProgytho jiumbecof orators sent i but over the various districtsy f oncsvonld think that a Presi dential campaign was on hand f jnstead of congressional Each seems to realizei however importance of controlling the j political complexion of thenext tt congress as matters of more than average importance in naii 1 l uJftingrL l fLouisville thereis great interest f OVCT the congressional race with clianoes about even notwith y1st4nilinga split in thk Kepublir- rfi can ranks which has weakened ti Qgressmatx Evans chonces r13othwhat tTb9mc ini this r appellate district between EDob pBJlntid JonSi appears to be aa J Noenone with both sides claim I4 y log the lead AgerS i 1i ct I1IIWY peeIoral f t pety rliy the cough ioiis iiekliig in fo throat and in j t f4J We nnd refreshing sleepI a jY2 Size Pice U THEprealction mad that wh n the Spaniards were vrhipjped1 his country would probably have to turn iin and subdue the Cuban rebelsi seems about to be trealized Jtis now given put that Mat Gen ButTet has writ tent to Secretary Al jer from Havana warning him that unless some show of strengthis speedily rinadet United States will be compelled to fjglit the insurgents who are becoming bandits Gen Gom is said to be weeding out of his forces All American sym pathizers and those favoring annexation retainiqg only ad ocatesofindcpendceENowD are growling ominously ai each other arid there is a prospect of ia mixup between these twol nations over what is known as tc19veji jknown that there is no love lost between France and England anywayi and the 1 stof the world would not bo surprised to hear of an outbreak of hostilities atan time THE case which is tp decide the constitutionality the Goe bel election bill is now before the Court of Appeals and iit isi thought that a decision will be reached before the election comes oIL ITorfetuz 6mans lionio AitMOCiatlon 21 S Peorla St Chicago III January 1891 Oor WorkIng IVomann Homo Asso cIatlonns Toleys Honoy and TaAlx year ago And are uslnc it today lias always been a favorite foi while iia tLMtOare very beneficIal It hnq never yet disappointed us Wjshlnjf you nil pos alblo success sincerely yourstLAUKA G FIXON Mgr An Editors flirdLot t A melancholy picture of an editors lifo in the stale of Wash i ngton is drawn by the Roslyn 1chJ Sentinel There are always those who willl kick For instance if you publish jokes with whiskers on them some wilt say you oughtt tojbe in a lunatic joint If you dont print something to smile at they say you are apessimistic ossil If you spread jourself audwrileagpodroriginalarbcle they Jnnll says jt is stolen If you ilreprint an article they say you cant write If yon say a de serving word for a man you are partial if you compliment the lladles the men are jealous and iif you dont the verdict of the ladles iis to the effect that your paper i not fit to nso tn the construction of a bustle If you stay in your ofiice you are afraid to remain on the st eetsU you do you are lazy If you lookseedy you are squandering your money if you rear good clothes you are a elude and dont pay for them If von play a social game of any kindl you are a fisln if you win you are a tin JotDapd so it goes through one continual round of pieasantcomplJcatiQns It is not what a manufacturer anys ntKt1t ills own rncdlcino that riurea a patient but what tbo inotllcincsdoo Balhuda Jlorohoundl Syrup docs work lunl docs ityoll It cures coughs and coiarin ft JIUf Irs hoalinj eooth In3 25c andJ50o lIny ton fc RoborUon 8100 KEVVAKDZ gfOO Tho realtors ofr this paporwlll be pleased tp llearn that thorn In at least ono drotul fed disease that Vvloncei has been ablo to euro in all Its tttaqcs and thatis Catarrh iocurotornltv Catarrb being conRtlliitlonal dlsoajHj roqnlrOH a conntitutlonnl trent menu nails Catarrh Cure Is taken tonaiIy acting dlrfCttV upon thu 1100ii and nmcua sarfacox of tho system thoreby destroying the foundation of tho disease and giving tho patient strength liy building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work Tho proprietors have much fattliln jtscjirntivo IbterstIiat they Pfler Oil 0 lionet rod Dollars rot uhy case Ihut It fails to cure 8oiidur list of testimon isis Addrd 3 QSoldHalls family Pills aro tho best LITSEY rBrdtn Our liecular Corrospondbntx 9ji0Misses EdwardofPorr Vjr were the guest df Mir Bresie Thompson last week Eisa Cora Vanafsduli has re11 tutneoVrpmt an extended vislUorfriendsln Harrodsburg Arvin Noespent feyeral days11- last week in Harrodsburg and fMrfI y i n g lBoroi t MtsJonntOli gh 1gborlitod k Little Pimples Turn to Cancer Cancer often results from en Im purity in the blood inherited from enldrcIllb unilbonka wJlt1 l that ihniih nnId soon pass away was tpsted by severi able phySIcians but sjiite- of sheir efforts the Can After many nontbi ol growingsteadily cided to r1i 8 s which was so strongly firstbottle IcoIlUnuedth tour months the last lit tit scab dropped off elansednnotn P GllUburgMlSS withCnncerThediscnseis of phyeiclana S SS is the only cure bocauae it Is the only remedy which goes deep enough to reaoh Cancer ISStS for Tho BidSwifts Specific the only blood j VegetableAELc mlnera3Books 9Imailed tree by Swift pecIfla Company rAtlanta Georgia tand spend an enjoyable day once a week with their friends The young l lies society met with Miss Zelma Thompson mel Tuesday There will be a new huckster wagon start from here for Lou- Isville next week by the firm of Pinkston TathamoThomas Mattingly has rented of Nute lIardinadmlnlstrntOt LsWcoming year NOTICEtAll persons holding claims or orders against Washington coun ty will present same to A B Campbell Treasurer of Wash iington county for registration the Treasurer may know what amount to pay each claim out of tbe 1898 levy All claims not presented by January 1 1893 will have to KO over for another y iByT S MAYES Co Att NAPLC HJLL From our Special Corfcanndont Our enterprising nifiler D B Sutherland is putting in a full llino ofrepairs Considerable in convenience is caused the people of the vicinity having to go longl distance to mill Hamilton Pile of Maud is oper ating his cane mill in this neigh borhood at presentw Mr Edgar Woford and sister Miss Gertrude spent Sunday with Miss Lovie Merritt at Chaplin Public schools are progressing nicely in this section Miss Hal lie Croake has charge ot the school at Fairview Miss Emma Rinehart at Mt Zion Prof M D Montgomery at Polin Prof 0 Peters at Brush Grove while your bumble scribe is holding the reins in No 1 Supt Bush is in this vicinity frequently urging the patrons to attend and looking after tie interests of tne schools generally Verily wo believe that he is the right man in the right place The first toacnera association will meet at St Rose the 29th lost We trust that the teachers of the county will avail them selves of the opportunity and turn out in fQrce The fact that Miss1 Pearl Carrlco has charge of tho meotingis enough to insure its success Thd loading topic of conversa lion is good roads This is a subject in vhich veryone is in terested at presantNEsrery njan woman and child must walk or- tride over bur roads in order to reach their places ot worship business or social meetings Every class of society suffers from bad roads On the other hand every ass is benefited by good roads Wo call this a pro grpssive ago anti distance is measured by tho timeit takes toI travel it We are much closer to the great centers of commerce than we formerly werer owipg to the faculties of exchancre A short trip into the country will IconyiDca anyone that our roads rare being neglected Pitches IargfflUed up bridges are dilaoi iTpil and he heavy rains the t few months huye swept the italfrom the roads Owing to aissatisfaction vit tim present system of maibtaiuingourltirn piUes but Jittle progress Iiff being thetalong the roads arefezpectedto jiaytPhLsto do claiming that the law i L unconstitutional since Arlicle 11sthuLion11 vate property betaken lot public use without just conpens don Tney contend that amanrs labor IS his property and cannot bo taken without jUt compensation Owing to tho ioefficacy of our Jaws or negligence in executing them jour rOads are graduAlly going down jarring gullies j bumping ston s811l1 mud make t travel slbw undo tedious besides the inconvenience and loss of time Jin our public travel An other item to bg lajien into COD sideration is the rearof vehidles Citizens of Wnsbington county these things ought not to be Why not unite our efforts for the common good ifad repair our roads Are we good citizens because of prejudice to llot our roads go down Would it not fee better for the mDniti to submit to the majority and all make a united effort to bettet the condition of our roads t L vTbrrr Doplora In Consultation From Benjamin Franklinw likebC3tfirst place what experIence tolls you 1s boat to bo chosen in the second place Ib tobocnn goIr Inclination Dr Experience and Or Reason to bold a consultation tOttetberthcy wilt RIo you the beat adyico that can bo taken When you dave bad cold Dr Inollu ntlon woufdvrecommend Chamborlainy Cough Kemedy bocacuso llt is pleasant to IIspeedyII wotld recommend it because It sprJUlod Oil scientific pnlnclplesnd acts 00 naturos plait Inrofloying1bo lungs penIpz the secretions and restoring thjasystem to a natural andiealthy diLlon For sale by Haycron Ilooort IfuThe Phi1pIneswIt is not customery for diplo matists or fordny other persons who confer with a view of ajfriv ing at an awommodution of con irflictingl iinterests to begin by stating tue irreducible minimum and endeavor to secure as much thereof possible We may take forgranted tbattLisisi the course which will be followed by Judge Day and bis associates Tho question then arises in what respect are our commissioners likely to submit to some moditi cation of their proposals Wp believe that tthey will adneroun1T flinchingl1 to the nrst and the third of the three demands above described They wilt intsliouJ tho retention of Luzon and they will refuse to abandon the inhabitants of the other islands to the rule of Spain unless Spam bagrees herall unless she further concedes to us the right of supervising and enforcing the execution of the l agreement No country how over that retains any sense of self respect and is not ready to sink at once to the level of Tur Uev will submit to occupy anvC such position of wardship nndt wo may therefore assume that Spain will firmly refuse JO nttinto the required stipulation Ittfollows that a deadlock can only i be averted and that a middle ground or basis of agreement can only be 1ookdfor through some modification of the second of the American demands that namely wrrich calls upon Spain to coy enant that she will not sell an ycof the islands south of Luzon without the consent of the United States The Spanish commis donors will say By the whole rurecognizeeroignty in all of the Philippines except Luzon and you eXpress a willingness to acquiesce in our exercise of that right under cer tam conditions Thoso condit ions however our national self respectt will not allow us to accept and we insist therefore upon doin what once reco AM 88 YEARS LDLcndnmxced aft namely Ju to Lit heirs FleeTar honey ItelvwnnicJsmnapcrruaocBtreiltf In frtpna rouah and colliS It inass- nk 1 LQne lLw uiia y clearylIbavoaIY that are acknowledged to belong to us fyTb should answer that to abso tluno te freedom of sale we could t consent because for us tb character of the power wbic might by purchase become ov next neighborwpuld be a matt ot grave moment The Spar i iurds are obfc unlikely tp rejol that at all events it does net be come us fo play the part of a dog in the manger and that If we are unwilling to let the- mecc to terms with such pur chasers as may now como for ward we should purchase tje islands ourselves For thisaQiK ges lib nf which undoubtedlVwill bo made there Is at leastXms to be said that a recurronceio war which must necessarily follow a deadlock at Paris wotild dost us a great deal deIof money and thpt it might lie cheapor in the end to pay Spain a reason able sum for the relinciujsnment ufher claimsrto the iislands south of Luzon 9hat is precisely the ay in wnj h we treated Spains daughterState Mexico in 1848 Colliefs Weekly A Kansas Rovance Jy Horton Kan old qvflto a romance connected life In her younger days youngIIsweetheart and ho asked his wife but aa she was too marry she refused him They stated p ar and the years fled by bringli with them much sorrow for the gid miss Ten years afterward on the very day of the ntmth on which sho reused him camo a letter from weetheart of her childhood asking gain for her hand She did not love him but decided to never marry any unless It be this man She re sed again and every year since then she gets a letter on their anniversary ith the same old question written therein The letters are not full of love Ohno simply a question that Is all a dozen words or more written In p buslneesllka wilwith his JrlJlgata oL GOOD ARMS In Daviess countythe best county In Western Kentucky The best county in the state he best marttet in the state for tobacco wheat corn potatoes tomatoes and the only market for cornstalks which yield 12 per acre Ovrensbor the county seathas 18000 population is on the Ohio river and has three railroads est schools in the state IWe ave farms for sale ranging from reaIistffff- hem Tract Vo 16fifi acre 7 mIles fnim Owensboro in nome ncignborhond on Calhoun toad high leyol land creek on one line small house and barn 18 acres of clover rout of land in tine athto cultivation prfcc only 30 an acre Tract Xo 2193 acres near Worlhins on on railroad mlks set of Owens boro level land nearly all cleared splendid for wheat and burley tobncco there are several await houses and ibaeeo barns woAvill divide this tract Into 50 nero tracts price e2i per nero Terms on nil onotulnl cash balance in one two and three years We sell land cheaper than anybody else In this part of the state Write for our list of rms WILLIAMS LITTLE 214 12 Third StOwensboroKy ssas utm essrtxquirn WORMS WHITE S GREIi VJIJEFOR 20 YEARS Has fed nil Worm Remedial EVERY BOniE GUARANTEED- SOLD EV33BYV7HERE Tm V mnuaosoi co BTunrs EilncatoYour llowet With CaicAceti tofnterlOo9 Pfng out tho o Ring In the new Eiagout the false Ring in the tru Ve bring to you th new and true from tho pIney forests of fonvay DR BELLS Pie TarHuy Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to Pleasant Permanent Positlro Cure for coughs cojda and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Thosore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus Iscut out the cause of that tickling is removed LId the Inflamed membranes an healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 2Scj GOo and 100 Sizes BE SURE YOU Itr Beli 1 GETIiN di a 1 K11OU11 I oc qip foil J d 1 rJBYrand for a short time only we will offer the Twice a vVeek f CorterturnallJ AND THE ews Leader Onlyri vj 10250 t The CourierJournal asI the BEST war news SerI vice of any of them and you get it twice a week with the NewaLeader making three papersa week 1 or 156 papers a year for only a Dollar and a Quarter 1 4 I j I This offer is open to all old j snbscribersto the NEWSLEADER who pay up and one yearin advance j and to any new subscribers DfWe consider this one of theI mostliberaloffaramade andthere is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one tho war I news and home news as vrell Address communications to E L DAVISON JR Pub NEWSLEADER Springfield Ky Our little boy was afflicted with rbeu matlam in his knee end at times unable 5 to put his foot to the floor We tried in vain everything we could hear of that wo thought would help him We al jmoqtigavo up In despair when someone v advised us to try Chamberlains Pain Balm We did so and tho first bottle pavo ao much relief that we Rot a second 2 ono and to our surprIse It cured him gChristianl g For aalo by llavdon A Robertson ft HEUL01 Did you say that you were not fooling well and that your stomach was out of J order Well then try a bottlo ot Dr CnldweHs Syrup Pepsin and you aro of rollef Constipation and indi It goHtion cured Sick hndaohfr cured Uralcst boon to mankind and is being appreciated by thousands IQc will gctu you n trial size bottle Lancer sizes and ntirs nud itI BrowuoILX Host fascinating Invent tion of the age Alvrars ready to entertain it requires no skill to oper ate It and reproduce the music of bands orchcs 0tras vocalists or instru dental Ttoere n XOtherX prepared in a laboratory but the Oraphophone Is not United to such performancci Oa the amphophonoyoucan caaty make and Instantly reproduce records of tho voice or any sound Thus biptanuy awakens new interest andV its charm is ever irtab The reproducOons are clear skid brilli- antGiipeaes are slit rlr 10 anufactured under thepeteitta of DeuTslnter Edison and 3tactlonaid Oar base quarter uliha world tor stsdslnPanL nalIlIMAch1l1oBuppltea Write ZcrcstaauO Columbia PhonQgraph COt DEPARTMENT l No919 Pennsylvania Ave f WASHINGTON DGIJKsw York Paris ui p1t1rhitn l st c Yio Ieaii8FortSi1 i IIWheniI Furnishing Goods Shoes Olothing Carpets etc oJS any house id tow r tana we wttntr yo i to come iz1811l price pus jgbodg whenwa will convince yOu tliawtrj arosellingthom atlcjcver prlccsthan1ever bsfore it Dress GoodsIOur stock of dress dQds s varied In culareal Serge Cashmeres Tricots Coverts Noye1tieetc Black Bergeij Broadcloths Mohairs vCrepqns Dlnins Novelties ecif 9 Trimmings in Braid Silkr Velvet etc to match any drcis goods fi 1 t III Shoes for Everybody + We are leaders in Mens Womens aid ChUdren FiDOj i Shoes Mens and Boys high cu ShLes and Boots C6il dtcns Sihbol Shoes The John B LewIs Ajcstscboo1 7 shoemado We hiwsotno jobs in wothcuis flrs9shoes tL SPECIAL PRICES t = jMens and LadiaVFurnwhings ri x J 8 You cant afford hotto see our stock of Mans and Lld ies Furnishings We are selling Mens Fancy Shirts sd8 Underwear 20 per cent lless than any house in town Groat variety of Womons Misses and OhUdreas Jackets Capes and Reefers alt styles and prices Plush Capei Ilow as 3 G0t Etabdsomely trinjmed Yon most seo ih aielpj oppreciatot them e J l7 Jtl4J rJt ri IMens and Boys Clothing Note the fbllawjngprices on Clothing 1100 Mens Wool Suits 45D iMoaa Fine Wool Suits 600I yIIMensJFinB Overcoats WOO I MuiisSorin Overcoats 5 00 Hens Macintsh CoaAs Cl Mon Gum Const1O Boys and ChIles Suits Overcoats and Mackintoshes proportionately owJ I Price our Carped Rugs Oil Cloths WalLPaper tcrr before you buy we will save you money The old adagerloney Talks is very effe tiln OUA house for we ways make special prices tp Cash buyers Cullhiughi J lluuc li c C =t JJJlI BURTON CR IJARMON i BEll KATDOJT SB i igre r 1 J 11 S JBTONtCt ei r 6 r rd jB nXYDOH Sn MaAonn i Uneflars ii1T FH11eral Directorse lCOFVPINS iASmETff l tikiWtrM r r Il ROBES OF ALL KiDS FULLY EQUIPPED Calln answered promptly iay rror nijht 11The services Of an PEKllBNCED EMBALMER a f graduate from a schooPof embalming have been esi ied J t HAG AN BLOCK t SPRINOFflLS fr u 4 wxreseuvss The Old Reliable Buggy1 f t IIi I ness and can r IllIMQfllllCome Iif 1 SM KARRICK 4 I Down Town Below Thompson Hotel 1i joVJST 4tFv AI N TaCOcfo Four Cardinal Poiliti wILL bead ia MMBtjiof iCVcrv really wtlIdteiwd aiB 1hcmatuWmHcM FittingmtpcdcS tStyle mUltkUPitTi li And finally the t 1tlitl1 WorbD 1i rtFat4Dik i tTtu by unrapg these pofeti CVEJtY gi tthcrmake afed bjr fjitckki atit for thaa 3tt it2JM BORN CO niB 6r83l GttUEO UtrtMrt Tdks Hare reached 1 ied1jthtficknowicdgcd Jctdiaf Castoa Axnenca 1 y Iklt e tdMIf 14toted And you can make yvr iiJina Yc unrilschoitcoftt5cTW iCALL Ol C JNiMf KCBAW DUNCANJAGET5 if SPRINGFIELD KY 11G Iw NEWSLEADERf iin 4 4 J ru IL HarmonJf iit il It t I THE UVERYMAN J a HM on laud forihe summer J wwoA the IrlSin = town Pa8tyuidjafqJidrses J indreliable drivers tfCf jj J SPECIAL A ipENTION 5 j giv P Jo commercial meILll Livery connection with the = jt Sprthglield B9t4 I jlMAIN STRBBT silrrniiD y j iT ltP4ineNeL1a JOS ESSELL y PHYSICIAN AND unaeoN fa QTTHX HOOTS Ji 9nd7to8prj j O CeObordBcbertBonBIdg tI v iUBJBR HJH0RID fi4qJtMN DNiST tIt tOlFFICJl JUiiaujiTrB t PZ1YGFIELDKY- H LAMPTON 6 b 40EFldTir r tOn cirr cLad ODIC to I plt JF RLNERARTI t OWieK MOURB w loap m EVERY DM i t PIIt GFIELD KY 4 3JJIIIBlJRTONJh1 RESIDENT DENTIST t TEETH EXTRACTED t Ii WITHOUT PAINIn F 01IHagau Block tlj jrtairt SPpiNGFIEL1 KY StrictlyifU w j tVi F NEIKIRK atf TQRNEY AT LAW pFflOB with CcMcCnosD W LAYRKE- ftrA p f t af 8W t i i r ii tyMkiifcttaitiba gives to the eol sMi w ta ecouI M ot r WOK n c BPRINGPIBLD EYi tL Ireta SSaIoou- H l jin Ifkoap constantly on hand slx firbJdMbKENNA WHISKET a e for medicinal use 1414 Lagerftnll Taps 4Bia SCHOONERS 4 pT C 1 TIMPSOI Prof l Sk SpRINGriELDr K z acaEOESi i f7 iaIt SIITR SUOPn4 orseshoeing 1Ii R ISrQenenil Blapksmithmg a U work puoranteed to give I Uafactlpn at the Casey shop r n SPtlltGFIELD RY b ill ilUTacareApplytsntl MVrut4 or bysU unpcs1ec f111uL JUT POTUBBS M rea fit j tNClXorkC1tTj J Tlist dark brown tai to and horrid 51irt yrni 111ve ntbe morning IRj v MitMd by An IInactlvoll for Somo med icine rolloyce for awhile others fortffew day bUt Herblno cnro Haydon tit 14 tTLcon t7oa- 5epttb4 r1I Your ut8 rTo qui obsco cIy 4nd Zcrr be ing towte fall of life ncire and vigor i 3 fle5erJil O2itecI Ztrfl ReJllet1 Ca Cklcaso or New ark W IMIIt5Iflha tliirowo t Z1UxI1nIIrrr tj t Ltr 4Se e qlI iII Ilerltt g flM4 1eI4 fpf4ij xil E f E ABOUT TOWN i j tt tJJ3 IiJ3J1I3 3 3 a i33 at33t3 a THE Washington County Telephone COr has in operation now about seventy instruments and the service is growing itt Jwptj larity NOTICE I will next Itovem ber open a Poultry Slaughter HousE and will pay the highest cash price for turkeys and all lands of live fowls and eggs CL 0 McGiLt I am agent for firstclass fireI nd life insurance companies Office with Judge Litsey PAT SIMMS Do you want to buy a gun IIBO go to McEIroy Shultz and examine their line Of revolvers just received All styles and rzcesSTHE tollhouse on the Spring eid rid Bioomfleld turnpike pnp mile from Blo6mfield was burned to tile ground Monday Bifirhi No insurance and origin of fire unknown- PAYyour taxes to the before December 1 and 8asherI per per c nt penalty THE NewsLeader will be sent any address from now untilJ January 4i 1900 for only Onet Dollar EDWARD W LANE a colored politician of Frankfort spoke atrthe Courthouse here ori last Fri day evening to a goodsized audience His speech was well received by those who heard im r i ON i account of the inclement weather Miss Reids Grecian Art entertainment which was to1i have been Tuesday night was postponed until last evenings SHEEIFP H B POWELL de i sires to notify all taxpayers pf i a9dftertl sir per cent will bo added on all taxes for the year 1898 not set a tied at that timeEt HON P WAT HARDIN who i advertised to p katJbe Coutthousel here Batarda even ing failed to arrive and a large crowd was consequently disap1 pointed MJSSANNIE ADAMS daughter f Mi William Adams of the Fenwick neighborhood this county was married on last Sat t urday to Mr T M McCarty ofJ LoisvilleltevW M Staml lugS performed the ceremony GEN P WAT HARDEN is an ii tfinced to steakhere on next Tuesday afternoon He basJ written that his failure to appear hero on last Saturday was due tojhe fact that he was engaged d lAW case and could not j lleave ThE protracted meeting at the Baptist church continues this week and is growing in interest Rev Dew iSpreaching some good gospel sermons and the singing of Mf Lamareaux is an interesting ature of the meet Jgv A B WALKER Bito will have ttvpublic sale of stockgrain andf arming implements on Wed nesdayNovember 8 at the farm ow occupied by A B Walker on the Lincoln Run audLoretto urnpike The sale begins at otcJock o M Campbell will- ct as auctioneer HON CHARLES FINLEY Sec tary of State spoke at WillisI urg yesterday afternoon andI Hon Charles Blandford repub lican nominee fot Congress will speak hero this afternoon at MoOresville tomorrow a tone clock and at Tatham Springs Saturday EDITOR OF NEWSLEADER Please announce that the Teachers Association of this jmagis tonal district wilt bo held at Aniteyour baskets Dinners on the roundsVci H POAQE ir Pres cSTOL JOI05 mpHel Eclipse bicycle from Mrs L G Mans fields front perth between Monday nignt andTuesday morn iafl Reward if jjBturned to owner i r i J r414 Y ci F f511tft1r j 7 JYIJffk lmLW 1t J- tu 1J4 1ftng ilok- t f6i WillIsburg neig1bii- 3r3 Lrtt J4htge tiata lIt sttturIiit on tht charS l disturbing religious worship They were fined S2Q and the trimmings The offense was committed at Willisburg some tithe oJudge Litsey also rendered his decisiph in the case of Jphn Shirley t charged with contempt of court He was fined three dollars HdN JOHN WYJRKESof Danville spoke here 6n last Saturday afternoon Mr Xerk s is a polished arid bright speaker and is thoroughly conversant with the political issues of the day He spoke for over anhour and hls talk wits interesting throughout His tribute to the heroes of the late war with Spain was a beautiful word picture He expressed himself as being in favfifejbf territorial expansion aud dwel at some length on what he termed the iniquities of the Goebel election bill SOME miscreant made a bold attempt to steal a horse and surr belonging to Mr T Scott Mayes on last Monday night The Dorse was hitched near St Dominic Hall on that evening and while Mr and Mrs Mayes were attending the rehearsal of Mrs RefdX Grecian Art entertainment some onO drove off in the vehicle Later in the night the horse and buggy was found abandoned on the Perryville oad about three miles from town by Bake Canter and brought back to town JUDGE JV P TARVIN of Cov ington spoke at the Courthouse Monday afternoon on the politi cal issues of the day and in the interest of the democratic nominees Judge Tarvin is the man who created a good deal of a- ensation some time ago by hav ing the county officials at Cov ington put in jail for contempt for refusing to furnish the Courj house for his court Hjs speech hEre Monday was listened to by large audience He speke at sonia llength on what he thought was bad management of the war against Spain and was particularly severe on President Mc Kiriley and SecretaryAlger He defended the Goobel election bill Gpuri Day Sales There was as good crowd in town on County Court day and the stock market particularly the cattle market was lively Auctioneer S M Campbell ro ports the following sales 6 yearling cattle 2685 8 yearling heifers at 1710 feeding cattle in lots and prices as follows 6 head at 1260 2 bead at 1450 13 head at 2010 6 head at1375 6 head at 1295 5 head at 1295 5 head at 205 2 head two years old j25 5 head at 24 10 head at 2150 sold for John W Kelly 2 fat cattle for 6055 21Jersey21 sales were 1 four yedrold mule l33S 1 mule colt 17 2 brood sows 1680 1 plug horse 750 two others at 5 and 1225 1 Jersey wagon and harness 7 1 combined horse 37 1 throe yearold filly 40 and onf sorrel mare 28 VV Court GonvenosV Circuit court began day afternoon when the juries were organized Commonwealth Attorney W H Sweeney in structed the grand jury as to their duties and that body is now engaged in investigating the offenders against the peace anddignity of the Commonwealth The most important criminal case to come up for trial at this term sthat of Arch Colvin for the murder of Silas Coulter The crime was committed about the first of August last the full particulars of which were given in the NewsLeader at the time Colvin it will be remembered was given an examining trial and was held over Without bail until this term He has been in jail here since that time Several minor criminal cases have been disposed of so farV ITli following gentlemen com pose the grand jury John H Browne CM SettlesV James Roberts William Blatiford Silas Tnorrkflotv i f R P Riley IY1ilcTiaiT1am 0lHenry Lawronco Iutlir Btums 04 JLMarti jfw tJ y K tno cS iKtit t li1a Jj SiUi v w Thos M Mclntiroj JohnRyanVV Isaiah Prather George Brown VVVV tf TT HordV jWilliam Russell Ni JT watts Marion Sweeney f Barber Olarksbn VVVTR B Montgomery William Thom son W W HatchettVJames Wheafl y B HundleyV CoM KlleyVV 0 0 Barnett MikaBarkerVi b N Willitmsdr t N 0 Campbell R R CrouthVGibSrnithVJohn C Burns X W H MilbiitnV5V Farm for Rent I have for rent my farm situ ated on the Bardstown road about four miles from Spring field and containing 100 acrds with a good comfortable dweflll ing on it For further particulars call on or address Miss SALLIE MUDD tf Springfield K- yPERSON7L A H McOhom was In LoalBVllle last weekV DrTRInehart was In Louis villo on Saturday ltVMiss Lula Campbell is qnlth ill with typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Joseph Oohn wore In Louisville Sunday Hon W H Morgan of Ii was In town Monday Rev Mites Saunders KIrksvIUeIIseveral days last week Judge 0 R McDowell was hero the first of the I villa G yesterday A Dohoney with weekII W B McMakln of N was buying stock on our Won dayV I H 0 Nelson the well known to bacco man of Louisville was hero i MondayVMessrs W J Price 8 0 Van winkle and Sam McDowell of Dan yule wero here Monday Mrs William Anderson and baby were up from Bloomflold one day last week visiting tho family of Dr Ray Mr Warren Ashby Parker of St Louis iis here this week a guest at the home of S R Gray W T McElroy returned frflm Louisville Friday whoro ho had baen attending the meeting of this Masonic Grand LodgoVHon John W Lewis after mak ing quite number of political speeches throughout the state has returned i home and is attending court this week Mr and Mrs RE C Lawson who have been over in Mercer con ty whore Mr Lawson has been condqct ing a series of meetings in the Pace byterlan church at Now Providence are expected homo MondayIOne of the pleasantest little social functions of the season was the enter tainmont given by tho Young Ladles Cooking Club at the homo of Miss Annie D Grundy on last Friday oven ing About fifteen young ladles of tho club were present and together with as many moro young men tho company was a gay one and all had a delightful time The lunch which was served consisted of the choicest doll cacics The young men who attended went away hoping that their fair friends eamo kind will HILLSBORO soon give another of the From Our Regular Correspondent John Leachman who has been sick for the past three weeks Is no bettorVMr George Clark and Miss Ermie Miller visited Miss Lucy Settles Sunday Messrs Joe and Ed Willett of Predericktown spent a few days last week at Thomas Kellys Misses Rose nod Annie Kelly and Mattie Dogly spent Monday night manMrs with Miss Bertha Leach Lizzie McMillan visited Sunday her sister Mrs Mollie Suttle Rev Purdom of the Texas neighborhood preached his last sermon day for this year hero Sun Aired Dohonoy and family and Will Met itt and sister were the pleasant guests of Dr Smock t and wife of Litsey Sunday Misses Rose and Ethel Rogers wore at Valley Hill Sunday VofJohn BORN On tile 23 to tbe wife On the 21 tovthJe wife of Creed Buttle a boyVOn the 14 to the wile Of Sam Blackerly a bo- yVOhthol2tothowifeot John AvnU an eightpOundgirlS puloh KaUv apd Tom Whaled VisitBdi thft Misss ttiy Suudav Iht4 dt 6ft sV7 t wbo hween- tc 1 John Avntfj has returned hfflc I rim EKHJBCB OF SYRUP OF Hasj is due not pnly to the originality and alsotosclentiflcprocesses1cOVD Cb only and wo wish tT impress upon thotruemanufncturcdoionly a knowledge of that fact will worthlcssimitations partiDaPOBHUL Fia SrnupCowith the medl cal profession and the satisfaction busmyel kestguarantyf isfaras It acts on the kidneys liver ando weakening a nauseate In order to get its beneficial oftheCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO FUASOIBCO CaL lOtnsTIUB irs MEW TOUE Jf T l There Is nu pain or discomfort wbcn Buckeye Pile Ointment is used Iit t relieves that itching when increased scratching It la prepared with scion tifib accuracy and professional know dge and Is the kind that our s bUnd blooding itching and protruding lies lUi no pain or less of time Uaydqu ct obertsonc ffl F P ALDIELL- ATTORNEYATLAW f Court StenographerC Depositions Court Reporting all kinds of Shorthand and Typewriter workSOffice with W a McChord- SPRINGFIELD KY If May lAve lear LifeIA dose or two of Fol ye Honey nndI ar will prevent an snack of pneu monia grin or severe cold if taken in CiIppewtioopltiK cough Incipient consumption lthma or bronchitis Gives positive relief in ndvancod stages of consump on asthma or bronchitis Guaranteed naydou Kobortrtou j i KoToUec for Fifty Cents Guaranteed tobacco habit euro makes weak men strode blood pure I1 All drunlsu I MRS A D MARKS 55Fashionable LL- t Dressmaker ifis Dresses made in the latest W and best style and edtisfac l 7LL73Call and see my work and n fe j 41jj8PRINGFIKLD KYS It HiCR the SlOt When sufTorlng from a severe cold and your throat and lungs lid sure tnkoa doao of Folovs Hunoy and Tar when the Horcnoas will bo at onco relieved a hoallngofthuand you will nay It fools so good IT HITS TIlE HlOT It la guaranteed Ilnydon A Robe- rtsonTrailsior Wagon VRUN BYV SaE CLEMENTS Headquarters T Scott Mayes Undertaking and Furniture store I desire to notify the public that I am prepared to do all kinds of haulingV Telephone No 17 or leave orders Special attention given to delivering trunks or moving household fur nitureV S E CLEMENTS 1VSCURES DR CALDWJZLLSN HpTcr Mar VDIeV Many desperate caana of kidney die casG pronounced Incurable liave been curotl bjtoloya Kidney bure Vtahiy- phy8Iciau5UBQ1tl ns don Robertson To Care Oon flpatlon Porovoiv TAo 58ftrek onc1 UIrI 101 of Sic It a 9 Jj fi- VOlJ5446 dl1lraf rCl8I1 In drOj Jj J Vl but p no2rl VrrVrVVVVVd rt 1 QV18MfDoe8lt 1U1 IfabiticuredwanVou11n Uc mtIVkVOoLLgy MD rIQ b UUlCO1O NPl1er A RITIALV During the Battle of Santiago SICK ORWELL A RUSH NIGHT AND DAY nutgoGdeGrolcetrortslnG AmnnlUohn and Rations to the Front Saved the DaySV5 rcpifromsaysWeor s 11hadwas a akeepand rations bat thanksip Chamberlains n RemedyWowere ke4purIelncerelybClIostlatt was tan Indirect savior to our army for lithe GwouldG oup plies to tho front There wore no roads that attrtgon train could Use My corn GIG rour cases absolutely saved my life The above letter was written to the manufactuiora of th medicine the lnesJfTHE MARKEFSV ITho following table represents tljo prices paid for farm products In Springfield by the dealers therein It Is corrected up to oclook Wednesday buula subject to variations thereafter on private W LouIsTillo dealers 1Vheatperbu to J5 Corn per bu 85 to 40 Oats per bn A yeperbu to 83 60 lover per ba 8 to 2 25 01TimothyOrchardUrass per bu 75 to M IJ Hay Timothy per cwt iO Hay hover per em 40 to 45 ILOUISVILLE MARKETS jReport furnIShed by tho Louisville Live c Stock Journal 221 Wait Mate Street Lou laTIlle KyVS Extra shipping A f4 50a4 75 shipping 4 rod 75 Best butcher steers 4 S5a4 Fair to butcher steers e 8 75a4 2j ommon to med butcher steers C0a3 90 rough steers poor cows and scalawags 25 Oxen good to extra 8 50a400 Oxen common to medium t 51a3 50 Feeders 4 a4 Stockers 4 Li Bulls it 260a3 Veal Calves 6 75a6 11ILCH COWS Choice milch cost3GI 00a45V Fair to good 02a25S BOGB Cholco packing and butchers J51btoS001b 4io- Fair to good packing 180 ib t- rto200lbI 410 Good to extra light OlSOlb 4 d 10 Fat shoals 120lCO Ib 3 WaS 90 Fat shesta 100120 Ib 3 4tta3 251RougblBHBEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 8 25nJ Fair to good Sa3 25 Common to medium v 2 a3 00 Bucks 7 2 a2 50 Skips and scalltrags per head COal 00 Extra spring lambs 5 00 Best butcher lambs 4S54 75 Fair to good butcher lambs 8 75a4 25 JTallcndu 250300 IIt Costs No Moret- o become the possessor ofa highgrade reliable L1SICloak than It does one of those ill fitting and cheaply snideV garments with which the country is flooded Look for the 13I More thAn 200V stylesV 1Ladies CliiVdrtd from 8400V VuptO IIe 5000IIi Label tnitde the collarJIt1 pill nice ccarrect style peifect fit sod uperor Cnbh Ia uiunnca that yanre bajinj the best tntt i made a CloakV that paces and beautifies the figure as pa plhefjatcientaui Our rep il1onf r handling tev best of everything It emphatically Xprt3E1n our QoifeDepirtacat j NOW ready for inspection Fall Millinery Cloaks Capo and Skirts at same room occupied lastVVsprmgVMES J5G MANSFIEDB 1iatiardtsSPqjv liJniroont cttroa RlwuVj mLIepiVOjf4ilu VVdn4e V- f1lJet1iroae nrsI J V4Sres ana 11 pMhi 101 inI hc VVTc rlj petraug I- nF b VVVSAgy H 4UivV2 t If y The CLOAK j Z4 f l ilflf l ts rIlWt 1fh J DEPARTMENTUIr4 I 1 1 1 + tq d otMc HOOD BQBEfitSOH J r J jft jIcomplete with all the new things J iJo t Ladies Jackets In tltheti wcffept t i a iL fromthe cheapest to the tioesYin Plain J 1 iaf and RougheffscisV VLadiesOps tn Plain and Rough effects1 iir also tine line Plush Wraps fromK26d J 1500 4tovKfis6es and Children jackets in all JJj 8I2503J and KtndsV J JV0 r5 Infants WraPsa nice asaP ent rn 1JJ RedyznadeVkrts made upMn firat c1as style and they litVNevtpdosigns In Ladlesi and Chfldrens i FursV1t i jIa VCaps Childrens and IiftinLtsVhedgQros all kinds Price are fight Styles all thClatest SV Call in and see ithem No trouble to show goodsV I Mc hord Kobefson i4ttTsMAYpsSViscLEMEr13 i fJiYJJjLYES ti = t x lJW TMFYE3OJ t t4Undertakepsand t FiirnitureI Dealers i r f w t i xxxxr r v We make a speciaIty of embalming work which u done by Mr cremefit8V graduate of a school of cnvVev gbalming and we carry everything in Undertaking jgf ttgoods and our stock is COMPEETB in every detail T SVVa11s promptly attended to day and nlght OI flt d t Our stock of furniture is fine and complete and if Iyou want Carpets Mattings Bedroom Suits iikeri1e give us a calL X X X X E MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELb KY I t IIf1o V i t Ft 1 A BUSiNESSEDUCATION f riM jv r mazlho would win 1OeteV h m Thfbdq cedt41Uf drat IJDportaaou1n Yeal st thaRlleol that stands ths front ranktheSBRYANTV STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE r1 j LOUISVILLE KYjookkeeplixf Slort and TelegraphY Write for beautiful book giving testimonials froirf uveithoVV JJI1 r i 11 FOR THE FARMERS 1 u 1 We handle all kIhds of Faming liapp 0 1 1fmenis and Wagons and carry k tXHfajuet t At line ofFineV t1t L4 Bugles Phaetons J SurreysY JEtG ii SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS The betf 1 wheat drill on the market One and b horse sizesV 5V wNGjIt 5V = J fWe buy and selfHay andGraintthds1JI VS- kinds of seed I THOMPSON LKtc J SPRINGFIELD KY i iJSVVV- r NEW LWERYPIRN yii I- ir TA4 1 1 WHARTON tf twhiir f Now illl dYfr Business j wit4Jlirst alB r jf1J4S 1 7 l t t9 j 1 AS Ji i Accoiulmodations GOOD HORSES- GOOD yI f5 1 I BGIESf4J i Special attenl ougtven to board and fefidrnoRS a rLe Best AcqoimoditttOt ftrTV ttJJe1 TV1r LILSdjt w I I J I1TTHELEADEP 1 for infants and Children 4 file6 KM You llavoMways Bought t i BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF I f t 1 4 L IIn Use For Over 30 Years ua COIIIYTY TtTT r y f WAS JUST A FRIEND t For Tear I had known her Years Tea SInce my childhood PlaymateS jd we had been then echooTinates then Irlends AH I watched her developing Bf from narrowminded youth to a beau 4S tlful broad womanhood I trembled lect In the picture I knew abe portray e40f future perfect happiness I should be missing She was not a beauty as the world f terms themt but the kindly smile and true eharactet her taco reflected wert fapre beautiful to me than perfect feat rurej But her Voice what a voice it was A clear rIch mezzo aided by perfect execution born of deep feeling and rower of interpretation She held position in ono of the leading tiurphea in M and there I con y feaa J was wont to find the sermon 4 5 snore Irtcrcstlnc than at my home churchI i O06 bright moonlight Sabbath as w 7 strolled home from evening servlco Bhe said How veil Mr Studley sang to i night What a beautiful voice ho has VBalph Strange to eay I had bean thinking bow wcjl her volco and his blended before I had answered she continued j Ha Is co pleasant too We should i sniss him more than anyof the others t In the quartet If ho should leave us r Ycs Elsie he iIs a royal fellow But f vrtll ygu go with mo Tuesday to heat 4 Campanarln IDa voice la bttter1i 41 am sorry Ralph but Mr Studlej l Jf asked me to accompany him that even tug and I consented i iVerywoU he ulngs asaln Thurs day wo can go then and co it was decided The house was reached end as wet entered I thought I had never seen hcs JSplookiago welL Her eyes were bright I nnd sparkling and tho cold crisp air had brought a rich damask pink to her round chocks Removing her outer garments intha hull sho started for ward toward the center of the parlory Ipnd eff she did I stopped her and clipping myarm about her bent and 1rQ she could interpret my Intention jJJj j hissed her Tearing herself away he 4 face abljfzo Jhe cried in a voice oi lf4t tleep anger fRalph Moroland how i daro youhow daro you insult me while I all the bolder because of hot anger started forward and possessing myself of both her handa said EWe angry with me noTaa sha tried to free herselfycu chall listen angry with one who loves you better jhan his life yes better than all th twhole world besides and whose one ambitlba ila to mhke you his wlfotj With a low cry of anguish 6he start ed back I released her then I ti o Oh ll1hshe said I novel thought you would do this T thoughtIf I we were too good friends Clears started and coursed down heiy l choeks now pale as death I Elsie my darling girl dont you love me Love you she reiterated lov vjxni when have I not loved you but f c i not like that Ralph not like that 1 could never be your wife Tn vain I pleaded then a disagree able thought forced Itself upon met Framing it In words I said soNyI Elsie is there some one else Trembling she stood there Mmidarkness I could see tated whisper she Yes was as I caught theIntht1 Then indeed hope died within me Iiid she continued Ralph deal friend forget this Let us hems we alwiys have been true friends Dont Ii she pleaded flet this spoil our friend SI ship It shall be as you desire Jut Elate tfi there no hope for me What of thia tPoort iot even suspect that I cate for him but loving him as I do it would bi Swrong for me to consent to be IIC I fLVer TroubleWLen the yellow flag of quarantine ihOISted niX ra dwe1lingit meansdiaease Sand danger So when the yellow flag tiesi in the face when the cheek is sallow tn3lho clear white of the eye iadyed Iaffrpn there Is danger It is liter if cneofthemootimt r dependijBvcr fails of its duty poisons at once be ginHo generate end other organs of the st body come involved Never neglect the liver If you value health If you are Buffering from liver trouble begin at the use of AYERS PILLS and you will 4nd prompt rplicf and permanont cure fv io vtektne l fytiter inutile Hot intAsAgcr lJl ladfi1 tt3mott immediate bentft ojjI H2 W BENTLEY f TovmerlfD fjJk Tale yUrwe t J1 AYERr 1 r tSiPlllsjjj JI 1 J f wife Pieaso leave me now you nave surprised me so And I went alone with any grief knowing and praying that God would not let her wait long or in vain fol her tnio love to bo rewarded and ro lays passed and the play wai nearly over in thbk opera housE when suddenly the cry of fire rang through the auditorium caught up a reechoed by the terrorstricken ndI pie There in the first balcony Paul Studley and lie Mordant watched them both as the people thronged the narrow passageways They hnlnot I felt sure seen me and I resolved to remain close at hand and If ryntd them Ho made her wait until tho crowd was nearly out then they started They were within a few steps of the door when as though to add to the panic thf lights were turned off I started forward Elsie I heard him say are yom afraid Will you trust yourself me I am not afraid while wipi you Paul Was the soft reply wide wlth strange calmness You are qujte sure he questioned bending low and giving her a quick searching look Is there any danger that we can not get out she queried entshe nodded as there came a whispered yesnowand always Elsie Yes Paul she answere landlifting her gently he bore her down the stairway 1 had heard all and I knew then wlq she hadnollovedme They are married now and II an still her friendflosnl Post Mrs Kinder reflectively I wondej why man never pays his wife nnj compliments after they are married Kinder briskly He does better my dear ho pays per bills Bootblack Supplies- A business that has sprung up in New York in recent years is that of bootblack supplies It owes Its origin to the growth tof the city the multi plication of bootblack stands and the Introduction and extensive use of col ored shoes Therj are now a number of concerns small but complete estati lishmonts devoted to this business that supply everything a bootblack re quires and his requirements are greater than they formerly were At one place there are kept on hand sixtyfive varieties of shoe blacking or polish for shoes of all kinds and col ors including blackings and polishes In boxes and bottles and imported blackings as well as domestic and wa terproof blackings and oIL there are sold hero cans for oil and for water blacking pans the small round pans made to hold a larger quantity of blacking than would be contained in a blacking box brushes of all kinds in eluding daubers dust brushes and blacking brushes whisk brooms and shoestrings of various kinds and cOl ors Some of these establishments send out supply wagons which regularly make the rounds of their customers at Jwotblacklng standsPall over the city 1and supply their wants whatever they be on the spot What to Take Doctor said the man whqworrIes about his health when symptoms of sluggishness assert themselves in a season like this whats a good thing to take And the phyaiclaboIsa- bsentminded sometimes but flwaya patriotic answered with emphasis HavanaleS TomI must admit that I have been quite attentive to both girls but of course I cant marry thorn both Dick cheerfully Of course not Theres some oonsolbUon in that Her Ultimatum There is one thing I want distinctly understood said the only daughter of the household as she cornered her parents and looked as though she were Issuing a proclamation of war I want no more Interference in my affairs as far as the young men who come hero are concerned Im old enough to eni ercise my own judgment and form my own opinions You two act very much to me as though you thought some young man was trying to marry tho whole family and that it devolved up on you to make a satisfactory selection You have succeeded in running oft two or three for whom I had a special Ilk log and now I call a halt Thats my ultimatum ISeo here my young lady began the father But that was as far as he proceeded He was curtly informed that young men did not call to get his views on financial question the chances of a war with Spain or the advantages offered by Michigan for the beet sugar industry They had access to the newspapers and read all the news that it cost millions of dollars to collect He did not amount to any more than a tin whistle at a band tourI naflientSElizabeth III notpermlt any such talk to your father I guess we know what Isbest for you and we certainly have your welfare at heart I give you dlsUnctlyundersfandI You broke my engagement by sitting at the table and tolling Charley that I baked the hot biscuits that I nov r saw till 1ntelhimsupposed danger as a constant menaCeI SESSIONS OF CONGRESS No Longer In War TlBies Titan in Time ol 1cacc nut More Businesslike The second cession ot he FIX tyfltth Congress which adjourned sine die ou July 8 aher a term of service beginning on Dec 6 1SD7 trnnsactoh no much business adjusted asmany matters dispute provided as much required leg islation and did all this with as little friction and controversy as any prey ioua Congress in the countrys history perhaps The Thirtyeighth Congress sOme- times called the last war Congress was in session from Dee 7 1S63 to July 4 1864 and ram Doc 5 1504 to March J865 In all 200 days less than either of Ita Immediate predecessors and less than the succeeding throo Congresses Thirtyninth Fortieth and Fortyfirst During the Thirtyeighth Congress however notwithstanding its relatively brief session more public business gained attention than at any Congress since Tho appropriations for the year 18C5 included 1030000000 for war expenses and 122000000 for naval expenparend amounted to a tal of nearly 2000000000 in one year Relatively raw bills were introduced but those which secured attention wore vrotractedanatioaal emergency prompt consider ation was given to measures requiring Congressional action and these were no unnecessary delays Tie Fiftieth Congress on the other hand held during tho years 1888and 1880 wad a protracted affair though the country was at that perlodat peace and enjoying material conditions which required little Congressional action The first session of the Fiftieth Con grew adjourned Oct to1SS8 after the longest continuous session overbold by an American Congress up to that cino S2L daya During this first Benslon 36iO bills were Introduced in the Sonata and llGSS bills in the House The second evasion of the Fiftieth CongreSs atoppcd only by eta tutor limitation on March 4 18S9 and there was no lack of bills oJSered and cf meaoures discussed though few of thorn wore of great izoportaace One was the act establishing Ttho Depart ment of Agricultural oa an executive baela giving the Secretary of it the right of membership in tho Presidents Cabinet Another was the bill pro viding for the eleventh census and the other measures Included several relat- Ing to the Indians and to Indian 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 hjli the Pacific Railroad Funding bill the Blair Edu cational bill and the bill to reduce lot tar pottage to ono cent LltrhralBir Rnnaacketl a Hooae During a severe storm tho home of W1Icomloo County Ud was struck by lightnlcg The bolt ctruck a bijj locust tree in the yard jumped from that to tho jpeak of tho house and burned or molted some nails In the wood From there it went down the attic window peat which was splintered wont thrpugh the plastering In five smn11 holes It looked as though the holes were made by a gun It sot the lace curtains on fire and partly burned a leather bed The bolt seemed to part gotngThe part going front damaged tho shutters ripped o3 the plastering tot lowed some nails over tho doorhoad and melted the wire on a screen door and went Into tho ground under the frqnl stepa Tho part that went the ba k way doubled again before it en med the ground one part taking one side tearing out a window frame fol towing a tin valley down a dporway lttJlIpartlIa tin safe or cupboard In this cup withISllver6Poocs In the same cupboard were knlvea and forks These were melted and stuck when they came In contact with each other From tho cupboard it went through the corner of the house tear lug oft plastering and weather board ing and ripping open thtfcprner posts The family strange to say were not hurt In the least nor did any one feel QIW SIWk When the Snttan oe to rhoo When tho Sultan of Turkey attends moIQUOof ed from the moment he leaves his palace until he is cn his carpet in tho sacred edifice He often rides In a closod carriage surrounded by a body guard He makes theso weekly journeys In fear of his life and he insists upon every precaution being taken Thousands of people gather to soo tho Ruor of the Faithful but the best way to see him is to get tho ear of the Chamberlain or Grand Vizier who by judicious bribery may be prevailed upon to admit you to the strangers box of the mosque where priests and poll ticlans sOldiers sailors and civilians jostle one another In their desire to pbtain a glimpse of AbdulHamld at prayer rfw ArtlfloUl 8ton IA firm is manufacturing an artlficlal lone which Is said to stand every test and to be Impervious to all vagaries of the weather The process is a simple one and tho ingredients of the stone chiefly lime and sand are not expensive commodities so that it Is believed that the artificial product will be able to compote with the real jThs lime and sand having been thor oughly incorporated are passed into nnyIconvenlontplaced converter Water at high pressure and having a high tem perature Is then pumped Into tho con verter to cause the necessary chemicall union between the lime and sand and the molding boxtf are also submitted to a temperatupre of about 400 degree Fahrenheit by the action pf superheated steam In about thirty hours the surplus water Is run off but lliebeat Is continued in order to remove mole ture from the molding boxes for another nineteen hours The boxes are then removed frOm the converter and tile stone within them is practically ready for use progresstroinprOductsslate and cnrblc wilt presently be sucessfullj Iniltstel IGEmNG READY IuaJI1 get ready for it thero Is no telling whatmay happen Childbirth fuI- 1otuncertnntics ii N ls not given proper assistance others Friend Is the best help you can use at thin time It is a liniment and whoa regularly ap plied several months before baby comes it malice tho advent easy and nearly pain less Itrelievos and prevents morning sickness relaxes tho overstrained mus cles relieves tho distended feeling short ens labor xnakcu recovery rapid4tand ocr lain without any dangerous aftereffects Mothers Friend is good for only one purpose viz to relieve motherhood ol danger and pain One dollar par bottle at till drug stores BefJlz erpresa ou receipt ot price Boons containing valuable informa tion for women will be sent to any oddrea upon application to THU BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atloat Oo FA PUZZLED DARKEY JIlt Amusing Ep rlonce With An Ao cOmAnodattng Conductor There io a very obliging conductor on the Main street trolley line who always calls out the names of the Streets the car stops at for the benefit of bis passengers The other day a colored gentleman who bore the titus lou name of George Washington Robinson boarded the car in 4harga of this obliging conductor He was ap parently a stranger In town and asked to be lot 08 at Lake View Tho conductor nodded pleasantly aid Qeorgj went in and sat down The car pro ceeded on Ita way up Main street and the first atop was at Smith street The conductor called out Smith and a gentleman arose and taft tho car Tho next atop announced was Taylor when another gentleman arose and got otto Tho car went oh until tho conductor pulled the bell and called outMaryat Which d young lady alighted and when tbe trolley reached Elizabeth a low blocks further on another lady loft the car upon the announcement of tho name The colored gentleman was staring at the conductor by this time although norm of the other passengers appeared to no tice thii coincidence of the names Just one block this side of Gould avenue a passenger signified his desire to stab tho car and tho conductor called out Georgel Tho darkey looked up with a quizzical expression on his dusky countenance and then bolted for tfco door The oar went on and after look Ing around he asked the other passen got who had alighted it this was Lake View Tho passenger replied It was Georgo street and that Lake View was about half a milo farther down A realisation of tho situation dawned on tho African and ho started walking towards Lake View muttering some thing about fool nigger i Depcudi oo tho Fvnoo VWtorUI sty old chap Is It worth ones while to try any shooting about heretNatioWnU young JeHcr that ds ponds on who yea 8hoot1I JMdrytte Scotch cautlcn is wen lllnstratwl In tho story told by a minl8tcj wo taught a bible class In Edinburgh Having missed one of his stbdejitt for several Sundays ho said to one of her relatives I bacna scon yeer couela Dell at tho class for a long while To ken Its her duty tao attend tho schuic Whaur has she pen 1 1 canna very wool tell ye that meealator was the careful reply but she deed The other day wouldbe playwright playforexecrable and when the author de manded a verdict Mr Mansfield Jtelt It a kindness to point out tho mlo takes ho had made But tho tyro wax ed wroth Do you know U1It play cost me a years hard iaborf he ex claimed My dear man you ore for tunato returned the Imiorturbod actofn more just judge would have made It ten yearo he really would Ellas Howe the Inventor of tho Ing machine proved his patriotism dur- Ing tho war by enlisting and by fre quent heavy contributions from his private purse In November 1863 his regiment was In Virginia suffering great discomfort Not having been paid off and tho men needing money Private Howo advanced 13000 due thorn Ho sat at a table handing out tho money when a clergyman asked him for a subscription toward a new church Oh said Howe this is war time Yes the clergyman roplied but we need churches and hope you will give us something for St Peters St Peter said Howe he was tim fighting apostle and cut off a mans oar Yes Oh well said Howe Ill gljr e you for St Peter but just now moa of my money Is being spent on saltpeter Electric YAnII1leflprir ers JJatherJsiesin the sleepIng cars of ono njthe Tall road companies It Is a good idea and has met with the universal favor of the patrons of the road With the aid of two 16Inch rotary electric tans the hot and Impure afr of the carvJs made cool and comfortable This idea is ex tremely simple but this is apparently the first time it has bdeI1 utilized Her FatherMy daughter can nevar ie yours Her Lover Xhat Is obvious and I myIfe IClllbbing List The best Magazines and New spapers published in the country offered at re- dUCEd rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As aspoaitil indtiocment to new subscribers and oht ones sino renew we have at no little trouble and ex pense made arrangements with a lurgo number oi magazines ond newspttpers offer them at greatly reduced rates In some cases we ofior you thoNEWfs LEADEn the other publication together for one year at the price of the one Now is the time to begin and hero is a list of8pme oi tho offers- NEWSiileaDBR virii Louisville Post daily 8275 Courier Journal twice a week 150 Louisville Ooniineicial daily 5 OtI Louisville Cornmerciblwcekly 125 ijouisvlle Dispatch u 1 t5- Home anti Farm ltFarmers Homo Jpurnnl 175 Gin CommorcJalTribune 140 Cincinnati Enquirer 150 Country Gentleman 800 Interstate Poultryman 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bilious complexion by takEn drugIv v V VW YT ii EYE Pltl i OiNTMENT JB t1Ii1tA CURB nd CERTAIN CUKE Known for IB yeara aa the t 5DEST REMEDY for PILIEITt oLD DT AVfc DGTgIUD IISkifl ieasesFotrtb3 apoudy and permanons curs tChainterlalns itchingad anitsAcurepllE8rcbaproc1granulated lids forhoniBad vermifcga Price 25 cents SOldbJf Haydon t Rob ltson Druggists TJ A A 1k A A 4 ow AYER St n S I I 1 V r ofis theIBEST SARSAPARltE1ttl tl j vl r w Best n is an easy boast But theren6 best without a test YcisJpectsomething extra of best j something extra in bread from b4 y flour something extra in wear from best cloth something extra faiv dcures from best medicines Its that somethingccixs in Ax it Sarsi tPariIIa that makes Ayers the bjist anavBomcmmg cxtra is qiIalitj 4 Remember its quality that cures not quantity Geomitfitgbf fit1 CPeoplc Drug Store Seymour Conn says 1 have sold youfgoddai I for twentyfive years and when a customer asks me for Tile t i a Best Preparalloll for the BloodEE It I sayc Ifyou will take my opinion use Ayer9 Sarsaparilla j I will guar j4 antee that you viII receive more benefit by using one or Uvo bpttics of 4Ayers than y6uaOIwouldbyusing half a dozen bottles of some other land When they take It I never hear any complaint y r Ayers Sarsaparilla cures all diseases that have their origin hr impure blood sores ulcers boils eruptions pimples cczemaj tetter scroiula tj It cures cheaply it curs quickly and it cute td stay That why its b iU 4 4 After twenty years expericneo n a druggist I consider Ayer1 8napsfliasuperSer ji any similar prepanuioa on the market tand 1 give it tho preference overall others A C WOODWAJID castar Mass l 1 In our estlraatlor as regards Sanapyilla Avert la the standard We bare jierir lheard itspokcSlof In other thin1 th very highest termsS I 0 W Eo T RRILL CO Pharmacists 9 Stats Str etMontp lcTVL jfrv A 11 consider Ayers Sahaparllia the best blood purifier cb mrlcst F r Dr GIqSE a COj West Gardnw Mam 4 ttIDuring fifteen years erperienceith Aycr1i Sarsaparflla I have yet be leans el a i l single casebereui it failed to euro if used according Jtodlrectioni v f O COLLINS DruglstPAr1m MoV I believe Avert SarsapaiTi contains more medicinal value thea any ifatrcompound JAMES J30AJIE Dispensing Chet lttaiiViU OM I I 4