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wiperlor to any l iMM lPfubMLnvithli pala In ecIWe aJ1 backs givoItt Yoertaft fc bo more than t 4 IWftll A MlwfMrhlchlt Ph Iii ja tffb a certain r tuji20pj t1 Ii b C c a T I TOr N S L11D1Rf Jt 0 LRADEBreaCh IIiEwldeawakebuhJDan uyprs tbroughth BESrAbYJIBTlmfO v colwmMloJlttN ho flUDilera rax M a et J k SerieVo1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY NOVEMBER iThoytgbtcAThouu TIMETABLE dettOtweuesIeInatntlyaUayedV LaptlyljcMmberlabiS IQQ5 t Odds and Ends of Gossip oi= l1 t 114 I TIlE LATEST YANKEE GlBL Irei dusky tint and melting eyes t Proclaim the Porto Rican touch Her skmanolntedslcnI1los TQ Isle Hawaiian she owes much Long treeasea lips of betel stains The Filipinos maiden pride ButofewYorkeUghftracoremaInaAt Perhaps she wears for ornaments Sharks teeth and strings of cocoa- nuts Atnnaughtof clothes Tia no offense She may live where no ice it cuts Or Skaguaygold displays upon Fur gowns mosquitobill Inlaid With diamonds of some deftuict don Ihe tindesiecle keomald Percbancb ehd swears Klondike oath If it may hap be her way Or In her speech shes nothing loath To turn ce to tha Pontha not Ppns lon le ot With Sandwich dialect makes free Yet Cupids tongno will win her for The latest Yankee girl is she TABDSHips The Second Ken TItucky regiment was muster edout of service atxLexington on Safurday last and the boys were paid off and aallowed to go their several ways There were in the regiment belonging to the company from Lebanon seven or boysIand some of these passed through hero Sun1ay enroute to their homes in the northern part of the county One of the boys inI speaking of the life in camp jait Chickamauga ar IhardsbipsWe had enough to eat I reck on said her such as it was and I did not Mck on the grub at all but other things were scarce and hard to get Why what do you think I had to pay ninety cents for a pint of whiskey and it was mean whiskey at that Yes indeed some of us soldiers had a hard time in camp and the people dont know just how badl wererimposed upon RErunCorporaFRegthald 1ingtonfCounty from Porto Rico with typhoid fever and who has now fully re- coveredfrom its Effects has been ordered to report for duty at Ft ColumbusNew York The First regiment t which Cements be longs it is gin tTut will start for home sometime about the middle of the month and it may be that be will not be sent on to Porto Rico but that he does not know He has been ordered to report for duty sometime this week and he will obey orders By the way a recent dispatch from Philadelphia reports the arrival of a number of sick sol diers of the First Kentucky at the hospitals at that place where they are being well cared for Among the number is Will Reed who is reported as convalescing and his friends here may expect to see him come in at almost anytime Wilt Walker another Springfield boy is reported as sick and in the hospital at Ponce VV GAME LAW According to THE1 Kentucky game law the shooting season for quail par fridges and pheasants does not open until Nov 15 and closes Jan 1Tbe law is very strin gent and provides that any per son having killing or having in his possession quail partridges or pheasants before the opening of the season is liable to a fine of not less than five nor more than twentyfive dollars Every sportsman and there are a good many in this neighborhood should not only refrain irom in dulging desire to do a little uplneighbor that it is wrong to let bis impatience get the better of him The new game laworl something else or perhaps a combination of things has had the effect of allowing quail to become almost as plentiful in this county as was the case yearsago before hunting was indulged in so extensively It would be a pity to suffer the low to bo violated and thus lose its effectiveness These remarks were suggested by the information that there is suspicidusly large number of rabbit hunters in th fields about town of Jute t it would be well if these men were warned m time land they be tempted td bag a birds in their rounds when become scarce ENTERPRISE A new en NEW just started hf the townis thatllofC 0 McGill who has just opened apoultry slaugh tering house Mr McGills warehouse at Railroad and Doc torstreets has been converted into an establishment where turkeys chickens ducks geese and game will be slaughtered dressed packed arid made ready to ship to the city markets Mr McGill already hasa large number of agents out through the county paying the highest mare ket price in cash foj poultry and in a few days he will have the business in full operation An experienced man will have charge of the practical work of the establishment and a large force of pickers and other help ers will be employed The en terprise is a worthy one and should be encouraged It not only gives employment to labor ers who are well paid and who will spend their money in Spring field but the farmers and poul try raisers throughout the coun ty are offered a ready cash mai TherwayIlittle attention and is looked upon as too small a business for him to engage in whereas if the fellow who spends a years labor in keeping up a few blooded It horses for which he never realized anything would d vote the same money and belwouldthe end of the year instead of a lot of plug horses that no one will buy The starting of this enterprise may create a greater demand and serve to call the- atteitionof more farmers to the profit of poultry raising- ERCIFULThat the people of MY this county are merciful and sympathetic to a degree was il lustrated by a case brought to light at this term of court At the last term of th grand jury a man of good family and who formerly stood well and enjoyed the respect of his neighbors but who had been gOing down hill of late years was indicted on sev eral charges of pilfering grain and other products from his neighbors which he would bold ly bring into town and sell The fact that he would Bring wheat to the market when it was well known that the poor fellow did not raise a grain of that cereal on his small farm aroused the suspicion of the neighbors and it soon became known that them n was systematically robbing his friends and neighbors who would to a man have gladly given him assistance on account of his worthy wife and family of small children His pilferings became so extensive at last that tho grand jury took up the master and the indictment and arrest of the culprit followed His bond was fixed by the court and the amount of it in cash was put up as a guarantee that the accused would appear for trial The case was called in court last week but tho defendant failed to answer and it was reported that he was sick It later developed however that he had quietly left the neighborhood of his former home and they do say that his neighbors are really glad that the case promises to end thus and that if the fellow will only move away and not molest their fields and granar ies any pore that they do not wish to prosecute him for past ottences And thus it is that those people are merciful PPLLEASINGTherOwassometh1ngrofitid the Grecian Art Entertainment given by l4rsV Reid here last week that made thosewho saw it wish that Springfield might be treated to more such pro ductions Mrs Reid is eyiddht Jy a woman of accomplishments to have in so short a time trained the young ladies under her so perfectly in the various difficult parts and the intricacies of the drills and picturqsque poses every detail of which was carefully carried out Mrs Reid is an energetic and worthy little woman who lias adopted this method of trying tb mako a sup port for an invalid husband and her little children She has been well received and onCQur aged by the good people of nearly every town in the state and it isgratifying to know that Springfield people were not behind in their appreciation aVLIGHTS Speaking i ELECTRIC light plant for Springfield remarked a pro- gresSive citizen to the News Leader man the other day I should think that the Washington County Telephone Company could take hold of that project and push it through successfully The same poles now in use for telephone wires could be used for the electric light wires and the two concerns could be oper ated in connection t tgive ad vantage The telephone people are enterprising and they have made a success of the indepen dent telephone system in this county audi would like to see them take hold of the electric ihey1couldfrom the outside Cant lUlls Death The many friends of Captai Frank Hill in this county were shocked to hear on last Wednes day of his sudden death at Bards town He had beeo in Springfield only a day or so before and appeared to be in his usual health The Nelson Record gives hiSIdeath distillery near Bardstown was theperfOtfive oclock Wednesday after non Capt Bill leftt the distillery and walked over to the warehouse a short distance away About fifteen minutes later a passer along the turnpike platIIlv dead Assistance was imme diately summoned and Capt Hill who was yet alive but speech lless was convoyed to the distillery office and everything done resuscitate him But all ef lito failed and in a few minutes he breathed his last His douth was due to heart disease Capt Hill was a resident of Mackville Washington county but had been on duty at the distilleries near here for the past three months Ho boarded at the Newman House and won many friends by his affabilityl and gentlemanly deportment He was in the 77th year of his age had been a brave soldier in the Federal army and served as sheriff of Washington countya number of years ago He was prominently connected and stood high in the esteem of all wna knew him tt The remains wero brought to this place Thursday and the funeral took place Frday The deceased was a Mason and a member of the G A R His record as a soldier in the civil war was an honorable one be baying served with the Tenth Kentucky under Col Hays and rose to the rank of captain He was a widower and leaves several grown children How to Look Good Gooi looks are really more than skin deep depending on a healthy condition of all the vital organs If the iiyer is in active you have a bilious look if your stomach is disordered you have a dyspeptic look if your kidneys are affected you have a pinch look Secure good health and you surely will have good looks Electric Bitters is a good alterative and tonic Acts directly on the stomach liver and kidneys purifies the blood cures pin pies blotches and boils and gives a good complexion Every bottle guaranteed Sold at Haydon Robertson drug gists 50 cents per bottle vCurp Constipation rot vor TekO Qiacarels CaudTCatHartla ICkriDrSfc It C C fall to cure flrusguts refund money RojLBaking Powder Made from pureV cream of tartar Safeguards rthe food against alumV Alum fcoKnff powders are the greatest I I menaces to health of the present day I owoMcahrwYoiK I ATVouiISed Correspondent at Santiago On tIm night after the battle while wo lay on the sloping field after a soaking by cold tropical rain we saw and heard thq night assauld of the Spanish army which came from Santiago which cams to dislodge our army from the positions it had taken The sound of the infantry firing was simply damnable We could see all along the line the flashing of the cannon fire As our hospital camp was cut off from the rest of the army we had no one to tell ug what was happening The scene was magnificently terrible As the fire rolled and rolled it seamed to us that the fight wag coming closer and closer to our position Gradually a rumor spread from litter to litter that our line bad been forced We all knew what that meantdeath without mercy It is hardly possible to conceive of a more horrible situation than ours We were helpless and lelt that a ruthless enemy was upon us Suddenly the firing ceased We spent most of the night si lently wondering whether our army bad been eefeated and what daylignt would reveal At half past 3 oclock in the morning the one surgeon in our camp awoke us and announced that he bad been ordered to abandon the position immediately Those who were injured in the legs would be carried all others must walk or be abandoned In reply to my question he said that be could not tell whether our army had been defeated or not I knew what capture by Spaniards meant I struggled tq my feet and weak as I was I walked stumbling and crawling as best I could over the bills and through the deep mud of the yalleys I fainted twice before I reached General Shatters headquarters where sayeralcor- respondents carried mo on a stretcher to a division hospital Here I had the bones of my arm set and my wound thoroughly dressed The next day I was tied on to a horse and held on the saddle for nine miles until I reached Siboney on the coast Here I lay two days in great pain Beside me lay another civilian down with vellow fever then Mr Hearst took me on his private steamer and I was brought bali to New York From My Experiences at San tiago byr James Oreelrran in the American Monthly Review of Reviews for November Enterprising Druggists There are few men more wide awake and enterprising than Haydon Robertson who spare no pains to secure the best of everything in their line for their many customers They now have the valuable agency for Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds This i the wonderful remedy tliat Is creating such a furor all over the country by its many startling cuies It absolutely cures asthma bronchitis hoarse ness and all affections of the throat chest and lungs Gall at above drug store and get a trial bottle free or a regular size for 59 cents and 1 Guuranteed to cure or price refundedV The Cattle Market Cattle breeders are now hay ing their long deferred inning Feeders are in despair as to sup plies The market for strictly prime fat steers is now well up toward the 6 notch but well bred young cattle are so scarce that buyers cannot acquire a spcencYOl them at any rea son ablo figure The feeder is not to be envied just now Farm ers who have maintained good bulJk of the beef types in service are ihef masters of the siluatlb I Their wares are wanted It is estimated that there are now fewer cattle in proportion to the total population in the United periodduringBreeders Gazette flight In U SyrupPepsinstomach that was over put together Absolutely vegetabloivlth the exception of jha Pepsin Are you constipated Then trjr byrup epsln Have you In digestion or sick headach Thon use Syrup Pepsin Spend lOo for a trialt bot LargeMacsat atora t Browne OUR NEIGhBORS Lebanon Falcon Many persons who are familiar with the events of the past week are expecting The Falcon to come abilintJthis issue but we desire to say that at the solic itation of mutual friend the editors of the two papers have decided to drop a controversy which at best is unjseemly and the prosecution of which could lead to no goqd results and might lead to some very bad ones It has been decided therefore that each paper will attend strictlyto its own business and do its duty to the public by giving the news instead of filling columns with personal bickerings Any per son who doesnot encourage both editors in the pursuance of this course is certainly a friend to neitherUnless the high contracting parties will execute good and sufficient bond that they will come tb the scratch at the ap pointed time The Falcon must decline to write up any more weddings in advance Oln rep resentations made to us that cer tarn parties meant business we made a notice of a wedding last week which was set for the day our publication came out but WeIunderstand that the parties be long to difforent denominations rendering a dispensation neces sary which has not yet been procured and wa hope that this obstruction to the course of true love will be shortly removed and that before our next issue married bliss will be realized Yon gfA more for your money get faster colors and brighter colors when you buy Putnam Fadeless Dyes and It takes less time to lye awl mako less muss and for the same price IQo per package Sold by Waters Browne Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any caso of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureV F JCheonoy it C Toledo 0 We tho undersigned hayo known F J Cheney for tho last 15 years and boo Hove him perfectly honorable Inl1 business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truaxr Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waldlng KInnan 4 Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the nystem Testi monials soul free Sold by Druggists c Halls Family Pills arotho best i NEWSLBADEKSI la year itetrtnituon Rafferty said MrDoIan wotll we do wId em whin we git emT1t Whin we git what The Dons otherwise known as Da goes Hang em wan the laconic answer Shtand em up Ins lino an hang era wan a day at sunrise An whin 01 say sunrise 01 mane whla the sun comes up the first fIng In the mornlnY wldout takln the almanac an doln any flgurln fur thlm fellys Is the film Hammers thatll run away wId yor stases an thin laugh at ye Me daugh tar thofs In the High School wor sayln thot whin Its noon here Its about folVQ oclock In theatternoon Ifi Mad rid How dye knoW says OL Did yez get It telegrapped from Madrid f Iv coarse It line been done says she Thin says 01 dont yez blave It fur thlm haythen couldnt tell the troot not even about the tolme oday Rafferty yere hearts rdlghtlut yer If ye had a cyclometer fastener Ull yer molnd the way ye think ud make It go back wards An Olm sorry ty hear ye qg bloodtlrsty wantin revlnge tbe hatlnVI suppose yore afraid It dd hurf em was the sarcastic rejoinder No But Its being toot aisy wid em Dye remember the hoyiy Murtj McManus who what ty sea an comeback wid the tattoo pictures an 1m tit Ylff Olll nlvvcr furgit thqr shock he gev me wan day whin we whit Bwlmmln But he ror a fblne pjeco of filagree workrHes what put the plan In me molnd Welll take the Itagoea an turn aloh em Over 11 the government tattooer an1 boY a picture ly the Amerlban flag anacrlbed an Is chtst 01 know Its a cruel proposal ap wan unworthy lr a philanthropic gtetleman such as 01 hope 01 am But whin 01 tInk ly the mental agony Ihareli l be whlntiey dlscovertn eyfe a tlot ly star spangled su2cai ftte rnoreasham 4 W me tfSlFSliiclt tho prouder 01 am otlU llMGRUNDyJS OLAYBR0OKE1 PG McEriioy c = w WowshHi a h S i f i rJi Fto call attelltioIe tI Ai l dt i to our new line of Overcoats j and Winter Suits v We are 3 v making Special Low Prices on S ciittovercoats and suits and Have a 7Vgood line a good line to select 4ift t+ f frmNow is the time to make IE J your selections and if you will It t give usa trial we willuaiiu d nJt 1DV Hteetopleaseyou jiJ Jifjev DON T FORGET thatwe i w ralso keep the latest styles in 3 1f Shirts Cbllars and Geiifs Furii V nisKing Goods r 3 Ii Vorw hae Shoesr hiatS t will WEAR and FIT tr Jh cQVAThTT J LJ tjSSS IIV d i1i t 5 t t iVVVGr- ulldyClaybrooke a t CO e J21t i al6 SPRINGFIELD KYV i t J Snap Shots WIfh a Graphoplione The Graphophone is to the ear vsQjat the photographic camera is to the eye and more for the Gr pbopbone catches instantly and preBerves every tlntanli shade of sound A most inter esting use fa Graphophone is to make records of your friends voices tq be preserved for future useYou can catch the story of your Jolly friend just ag he told hor the favorite 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 Grapho phone affords yronderful entertainment in the way of repro ducing the music of bands or chestras or vocal or instru mental soloists No investment will return so much in pleasure as the purchase ot a Grapho phone It is tbVOrfecttalkipt- nachine Write for catalogue No 80 tb the Columbia Phono graph Company No 919 Penn sylvania Ave WashliiRton DC The Tobacco Crop The Louisville Weed a good authorityon tobacco fays Tbe new crop Burley that has reached thi inarket so far has been dis appointing The tobacco is thin with no gum dingy in appear ancerUfelessJandln truth very undesirable for tiller purposes Not a single hogshead of Colory or Bright has been seen on the market so far this season Generally if any rights are in the crop they appear among the fin t offerings m the shape oi trashes or low grades but the thisseaV m11nBrighls are plentiiul or oven n moderate supply in thevf98crpp ofBurleyro say tho leiStths tsmost disappointing to the trade and snould make holders tot Colory goods hold on awhile Summing up the notes made from a study of the two cropft Dnrks sbo r up inffoitely more satisfactory than Burley The tBurley drop in our opinion will faltnerdlsappotntm1ng Our offerings of the new are scraStrolly increasing afcd the crbp Jis coming In oarlrer than usualbyVtImiddlO of N veni tier we anticipate a very liberal tcrjng l t rrsisting of 200 acres ofgoodlandjV sitate about five miles north west of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn and improvements More than half isij in pasture and the balance under cultivation It cpntsiiris some fine tobacco land ifcja i situated three mile9from Valley Hill postomce and railroad sta 4 tion and on a good turnpike 1 QVMe KEIiTY t Sprmgfieldvy j ft Hits the Spat TVlien Buffering from 810veroC01dan d your throat and lung feel sore take aa 1 doeof 1IY leyf Hdhey an l Tar vb ni tiio soreness will be at onco ralieyoda warm grateful feeling and healing t f jco JandJ The best salve in the world rJJ j cuts bruiaeff sores ulcer iaI rheum lover sorei letter ohppd hands chilblains cortr nd all skin eruptions and gposiilvaly 1 cures piles or no pay rtfaIr- t 4 is guaranteed to live prffajjj satisfaction or money Jefu ida ilf Vj Price 2Sc per box For laJ4IJ Hay don Robertson i4Jl IDelicate ehildrenThey do not olriplain of i anything in particular TheyV V eatenoughbutkeepthinandpale but have no strength You cannot say they ate really sick and so you call th f delicate WhatcanbedorteforthemV 1tS Ouranswerithesathst the best physicians have been giving for a quarter of a cen tury Give theM sews EMsiaof Codliver QH vhtkHyp phosphites It hat most reSpoweaItgivescolortothebloocl brings strenrth to USe ms tIeS ItaddspoertothV nerves It meant robth- lthzndgorl fnddi cate infants rap Mr gam In- flesh iif given a jBaltaiH three rfourtime each cocD4tsOIsSISs- coTc Ie aowNr ijPij J1i I r 1 1 i pNv THE NEWSLEADER t TilE NEWS4JEADER U5 XDXVBaTTpCRSpATMOR IXa tpovv YEAR IN ADVANCE ft SPRINGEIELD KY i S E JL DAVISON Jrt Pub II It Local or business notices 10 cents per Uive fpr the first insertion and 5 cents for sack subs wtent Insertion e9 Ciilla on candidates and political matter 10 Cents per line Job work is done at low rates but cast n ust bo paid pn deUvery of goods t Advertising contracts made on liberal AI s 5 Obituaries and resolutions of respect 3 cents P rUn rioUNODI Ounfcy MaRistratesi 82750 VouniyOtncersu 500- Bl3trIr Omens 1000 rp I THURSDAY NOV 3 1898 I THE Louisville CommerciaIr jaa iiisaLdng some telling political VlJabs afc congressional candidate Vt Qscar Turner 7lo was put upj 7 bythe Democrats against Con I Mirossman Evans The Com inerclal made the statement thatv t Turner had said to two promi fltfjit citizens in May last thatI Jho Turner haclvoted f6r sound jpianey in 1896 and had support ad George D Todd Republican 1r Jo Mayor of Louisville in 1897 and in fact had been in the Re publican ranks for the past three V years Turner in the Dispatch I denounced the statement as a 3 iejvnd4he men as liars Then 1 the Gommercial announces the3a jr v name Cf c ne of the gentlemen V7hovis no other than UVS MarL 4 shaiJamos andsays that it can name th other It now remains to be seen whether or not Mr Turner will sticl to his original Deniali To a man up the tree iti looks as if the Commercial hatrun candidate Turner into a verp I bad hole In view of the fact that hs opposition to free silver jwas a well known fact some f w time before he was spoken of as ft l a demqcratic candidate will leadI inaij to believe him guilty o fe VitherCommercial charge L 4 MRxW B HALDEMAtt man agingeditor of the Courier Jour J pal liaspublished a card whichl ill probakiy1 je handed down dfo afyiear iaajpolitical curf sity 316 says thatt he will nover Vote for what ho calls the 16 to 1 free silver fallacy but yet declares that lie will vote for 5ai istha Democratic presidential ndidatean 1900 He intimates a that free silver will not be an i1ss901t but that Bryan will be the rcandidate Bryan on any other platform than 10 to 1 free silver 4orbiist tt would lose half his mag netistn and is a cpiidition of rthings we needr not expect to seeTat leasCndt in the J900 5ac rcampaign 1f Et brTHERE Jias been a noticeable jtalesof aktaiving natives in Cuba since tipiSconntrytooktho responsi bilttcarini for the peoplei iadown in that Godforsaken coun try b ttit seems that the dis o Witfess and starvation goes on just I lie same A correspondent in t F Cubasays that 100000 people in tho inte or of the island nro i1i stavvin4and that they hay nOI tfiop 30f getting workor fobd1 inasmuch as their condition isi isuch that that they are not fit forvany kind of laborC f4 3 acbereiSD01 trouble in Cuba L itis now sdih t residents of Havana areJafraid there will be serious disturbances on account of the dissatisfaction of the Spanish soldiers about the de Jls ot therrpay About 5000 000 iissaid to be due them While Lthe private soldiers can ret nothing their officials pockets are bulging with the systematic k t Ilooting that has gone on for yetnrs t ffr CoI4s1afl1- i tTEIc0 t f mediclM ii t A rsIS4IerTIPcctoi1JDtwOODjLM ftdtocr of MifeemctttB Otterbein Unl teraty Westervin 0 0 tJLUrStz DorrLEs o t rPOLITICS up at Corbin have evidently Siot reached that warm stage which prevails in other parts of tim states ifwe are to believe the report from there iwhich says that eleven politicalt Speakers met there on one day btitdecide4nottospeu when t was found that each would have only tie other ten for an audi IQnc INDICATIONS are that France will back down in the oontro versy with England it being announced that she will ritt draw her claims from the Fusb oda countryI Parsnip Complexion It does not require an export to detect tho BufTprer from kidney trouble The hollow clieokp tho sunken eyes tho dark putty circles under the eye Dtbo allow parsnipcolored complexion In jcatesit dlII IIA physician would ask If you rheumatism a dull pain or echo Jin the ak or over tho hips stomach trouble deslro to tmnatb oItOn1 ora burning or a scalding In pawalnsr It If after passing thoro lIn an unsatiallcd tooling as If Iti must bo at once repented or If tbo urlno has n brJclc dust deposit or strong odor Whou theo symptoms nro presenttnoI iinio should be lust in removing thd cruse Delay may IcAd to gravel batarrhof ttho bladder inflammtipu enusfugstoPI page and somcthlmes drawtngof tho urine with Instruments or iniy rnn Into Drigbts Disease the ipiost dangerous stage of kidney trouble flscovorynndJladdpr8pcclahIat lit n posltlyo remedy tor stub diseases Its roputntlou is world wide anlt so gtozlnngthc of tUne forwont of it liovovor if you prefer to first tost Its- onderfnl merits mention tho NEWS EADETtafldWrito to Dr Kilmer A Cotiuingiiaintori N Ylpr a sainpio bottlo and book telling all about It both scut absolutely free by mall American Imperialismh The same supreme power that demanded this war will demand the complete fulfillment of lt- urpose it will demand in tonesR which none can misunderstand anc which no power or party can- eb strong enough to disregard that the United States flag shall never be furled in any spanisht provincnwh re it baa been pliant d by the heroism of our armyI and iiavy Call it Imperialism if you will but it iis not tbe Imperialism that is inspired blithe lust of con quest It is the higher and nob ller Imperialism tbat voices the sovereign power of this nation and demands the extension of our flag and authority over the provinces of Spain solely tbat government of the people by tthe people and for the peqple bal1J not perish from the earthiSuch is the imperialism that has become interwoven with the destiny of our great free govern meat and it will be welcomed bv our people regardless of party jlines and will command tbe commendation of the enlightened jpowers of the old world as it realsor the guidance of all tho grandest monuments pf freedom as the proclaimed policy and purpose of the noblest government even reared by man or- lessed by Heaven Col A KtMcClure in Frank Leslies POp- laruJ Monthly for November alr TileryjG no remedy equal io norbino for the cure of const potion sick hoad indigestion TpriliKOjJoia of iucn ory skin uncertain upppjtite unresfful sleeph Jcrfccttonludisappuint you llnydon d Kobertson Tlie Comyanlons First Snnscrlhcr The Youths Companion is Iprobably the only periodical in tho world seventytwo years of age whose first subscriber is still living and still a constant reader of the paper The subscriber who enjoys this unique distinction is Mrs Hannah M ParSons of Brooklyn N Y uow in her 85th year She was the little sister of a frier d of Nathaniel Wilis lather of N P Willis the poet and founder of the Youths Companion When Mr Willis had resolved upon publishing a new paper lot young people his friend had him put down his sisters name as the first subscriber Tbo Youths Conipaniou lirst issue was dated April 16 1827 aid for more than 70 years this first subscrib er has continued to road and en joy it New subscribers will re ceiy all the remaining iSsues of 1898frfie from the time of sub scripiloD and the beautiful Corn panion Calendar for 1891 Ihoj most beautiful one ever given to Companion readers io ud ditibn to tho Companion wgeks a foil year to 19M r f jr521r521 Iloty fJ Preytur Colt j After on CXpOiJrDOrWicfl you foci a IMyHoneyr d nolJUtsonI j r EczemaJ The Only Cure Eczema Is more than a skin d and no skin remedies con cure itenSeI doctors nr upablo to efioct a cirmincr mixtures are dtunugng o the most powerful constitution The whple trouble is in the blood and Swifts Specific is the only remedy which can reach Buch deepseated diseases bloodI Xczcma fcroka ont on my daughter tinned to spread until ber bend was entirely covered Bhoraa treated ty several good doctors but gnvt Trorse and the dreadful disease spread td kcTfface She jvai Ukea to two Iobmtc- dhe1theprlgbntlh cclTednobsnoflt Many patent medicines were taken but without sult until we decided to try Ss Sndby th tlmo the first bottle ivrsa finished her hell 1Jc g comrn2etelyn now sixteen years old and hM amapnccngrowth diseaae duIhAsroturnerLucas Ave St Louis Mo Dont eipeot local applications of Boapo and salves to cure Eczema They reach only tho surface while the df sense comes from Within Swilta Speciflo SQSQS Blood Ilathe only cure and will reach the most obstinate cuso It is far ahead of all similar remedies because it cures cases which are beyond their reach 8 S Sisjpurely vegetable and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potash mercury or other mineral SpecifioOompnny =The Now Frank Leslies Popular t Frank Leslies Monthly Popular Month ly for November is the initial umber in the new and improved j orm of this long time favorite illustrated family magazine with handsome cover in colors and old Its price is reduced to ten ents one dollar per annum This is unquestionably a wise and popular move on tho partof tbe publishers and the return of Mrs Frank Leslie tothe editor ship of tho magazine assures for- ti a future as brilliant as its pastas been prosperous The current November num ber of the new Leslies Monthly makes good its pjomises in IiI splendid tablo of contents Ii NOTICE- All persons holding claims or orders against Washington county will present same to A B Campnell Treasurer of Wash ington county for registration thai the Treasurer may know what amount to pay each claim out of the 1893 levy All claim not preseutedby January 1 189 will have to go ovor for another year before payment By order of Fiscal Court T S MAYES Co Atty- WANTEUAgcnts for History oi tho Spin ish American Wily by HOn jHenry Wattsrson A complete autlicn lIe history illvstrotod with over 70 full lpage lJafollcs and many rikhly colortd plnuros Lnr o royal ootavo volume suprrb qutnr postpaid for only 50 cents blimps taken Most liberal trm given The trlJrtcft opportunity of th yenr Adilrcssi TJ a Werner Company Akron Ohfo Tho tcatmont fur worms nust bi promp and wifo1 Whites Crdnra Vor miftiRO cnn be trusted to restore your child to health It Is n tonicaawol ax a worm do troyer Every bottle iar iantucd Cobring worms 2ric Jladon Kobortsou YVATJTED Several Trustworshv Per ourht11lurnearlycounUcat home Salary btraight 8000 a yoir and xpensosdelinite bouatine no morn IbforencesEnclose yelpeClflcaRO A Queer tJrrttctne There Is n mediclno vhoso prop iotoni d someithertois a eurooil This honest madlclno only that1t3most Hod physicians being tho best for kidney and bladder d Meases It is KoIeyH Kidney kCuro HaydonA UubcrUton tLJTSCV From Our Regular CorrosponJont Mr Robeit Thompson and Miss Lizzm Leacbman attended the wedding of their cousin Miss Leachman in Greensburg last week Mrs Mary Briggs of Nelson county visited her sister Mrs Mary Have last week Misses Zclma Thompson and Nellie Litsey and Messrs D B Lake and Sterling Thompson spent Sunday with Miss Martha Hays Miss Adelinet Merritt has returned front a visit to Miss Mays Miss Monie West of Perrvville iattending sch olat Pleasant Grove They Sales one of the oldest ministers of the gospel in the county addressed the congrega lion at Pleasatft Grove Sunday which was aPJreciatedby his hearers Tr S J Smock sold some hpgjfv toGA Dohotfey thataver a4d i20 uounds Johnny Polin sold s tot to U P Ihom pson ITbese lostty nigh s bofl bright days are qt1towebame to aUlD ifiis locahtjns the streets of Lttsdy ItO sy near the river ticy j nave been subject to an over tw about once a week for tho past month and oqr pr men derefind very disagreOableRlIt Ballai ds Hof liound Syrup ia the best remedy for consumption coughs IostItroubles iEory hattie is guaranteed it Js the host remedy for children 25 and 60o Haydoh it Rooortson JIti f r NAPLE HILL t From our Special CorrespoJidont Mr Robert Cream happened to a painful accident Friday dis locating his shoulder James Anderson his moved his picture gallery to Chaplin W H RusseJl is serving on the petit jury Misses Lydia Huston of Maudt iz Cop dulpber of Chaplin Adeline Merritt of Beecbland and Amy Ritebart of Mt Zion spent Friday night with Miss Martha Hays It was our good fortune PdJay to meet the Hou Charles Bland ford Republican candidate for congress in this district Mr Blandford has made a thorough canvass of r the district and expresses himself as confident that he vill win Ho strongly de nounces the Goebel election bland endorses the administration of McKinley Mr Blandford followed the stars and stripes 0165 and was speaker of the House in the last General As sembly John Arnold has finished repairing and painting his house which adds greatly to its appear anceOapt T D English the well known auctioneer of Danville was here Wednesday He is an example of the se fmadu sianI as he started in life in limited t circumstances and his remarka ble gift of auctioneering has made him famous Misses Rena and Ella Weakley spent Saturday with Misses Lula and Katie Moore Miss Amv Riuehart spent Sat urday and Sunday with her brother Dr Rinehartat Spring field At the Wedding She trertblea like a fawn whls pered tho man in the second pew be jrond tho white ribbon as tho bride swept down the aisle The woman who wept beside Win laughed scornfully at weddings wo men often laugh and cry at the same timeGo oh she protested Nobody ever saw a fawn tremble like that She acts as if she hadnt rehearsed one bitIAnd then being Invited to the breakfast after tho ceremony she burst into more tears S Dont this old injury hurt you when you attempt to run asked the exam ining surgeon of a candidate for en listment Course it does If yer lookln toiIsoldiers whats gain to rue Jest me out Galnlun an Ally Miss Olmp would you pray for me while I was engaged in a dangerous undertaking Yes Mr Jumbles Well pray fot rae while I propose to you Been There Have you ever attended a conver 13z100e1I Yes the dry goods clerks huttheta while I am trying to get waited Her Damaging Record She says she cannot sing or play She scoffs at art and poetry She onlyj rides her wheel all day AndJ guess shes not the girl for mo bituminous coal not used tar do mestic purposes generally but the people are turning attention to it right In the anthracite coal country here because soft coal can be bought at 2 a ton delivered and there is mire heat in a ton of soft coal than in two tons of buckwheat or one and a halt tons of good pea which costs 360 a ton Wero it not for tho smoke nuisance housekeepers would surely follow the manufacturers stop using hard ccal entirely and take up soft coal for the kitchen range nd cellar heater Those manufacturers who era using rico and buckwheat mix it with bituminous coal Electricity In the PtiUtpplntc Mr L Allies of Yokohama while jIn New York and la a conversation ith a representative of the Electrical i eview gave a number of interesting facts about the Philippines Those islands should by all means remain in the posE elon of thfi United States raid MrvHillea Their corn merclal possibilities and native re sonrcea are almost unbounded The sharpest competitors cf the Americans and the Englishmen there arc the Ger mansOur firm hoa Installed a central electric lighting station in Manila which supplies currcnt for 12000 in candescent and 260 arc lights Tho machinery is of American manufac Lure I an now making large pur chaces of American steam and electri cal apparatus to be installed in the far East apart of which goes to Manila There are about 720 miles of tele1 graph In the Islands and only seventy miles of steam railway Manila has a telephone system equipped with Eng llish Instruments All electrical eon ductofs ar6 carried on overhead polo lines with porcelain insulators There iIs also a horse railway in Manila which would have been changed over to a trolley road had not the war occurred aiIrderful chance for Americans in many industrial undertakings in tho Phil ippines and I hope our government will hang on to them A Knnnan Romance A Horton Kan old maid has quite a romance connected with her life In her younger days sho had Ii sweetheart and he asked her to bo his wife but as she wan too young to marry she refused him They sep arated and the years fled by bringing with them much sorrow for the giddy miss Ten years afterward on the very day of the month on which abc refused him came a letter from the sweetheart of her childhood asking again for her hand She did not love anyC1fused again and every year since then she gets a letter on their anniversary with the same old question written therein The letters aro not full of love Oh no simply a question that is all a dozen words or more writ ten in n businesslike way with his name signed below Perhaps they will get married some day lint very likely rot GOOD FARMS In DaviesscJtrntvthe best county in Western Kentucky Tho best county In the state The best market in the state fur tobacco wheat corn potatoes tomatoes and the only market for cornstalks which yield 12 per acre OwensLor the county seathas 18000 population is on the Ohio river and has three railroads best schools in the state We have farms for sale ranging from 25 to 400 acres std at most rea fIthemNo lO5Ii ncre 7 mile from Owensboro in Ironic neiunborliood Calboun road Hjgh level crock on one line small house and barn 18 nero 5 of clover rest of land in line state of oultivHticn price only 550 an acre Tract Xo isIgI acres near Won li Ing ton on mllrnnd l mittS went of Owen born level land nearly nil cleared aplbrdnl for wheat and burley tobacco there art several small house und twoI tobacco barns wo will divide limb tnlct- Into M nero tntcts price O per nero Terms on nit nnotiilrd cash bal nce one two smut three years Wo soil lucid cheaper than anybody ebw In this part of this state Write for our list elf farm- sWILLIAMS LITTLE 214 12Third St Owensboro a iW RMS WIIHYtES jRE WJ VJJJIIEFOR 20 YEARS lias lad all Worm Romcdlo EVERY BOTTLE GUARAHTEfcO SOLD EVKRYWHEHE mvn r nicniETOos ntotaxi to ar toes Educate Your newel WiLl CiwcafotB Candy Cathartic cure conatlpattnn fororcr I0c35c UC CC tail druggists mltnonrr II Ring out tho old Ring In tho new Ring out the false Ring in tho tree We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHonoy Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to Plcaszni Permanent PoslUro Cure fcrcoughsj colds anti all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs arid Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughvom Lungs are exhila rated pilcrobebcarlng mucus is cut out the causeof that tickling Is removed and the inflamed membranes arc healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough DRUGCISrsItl rII 1I nMD9VeUX1SUR YOU GET J gnalbJllpmak nnn ttroacJlra It A JSeicaUo n4 1 Sudicri SJJse r ivdacah Ky 1 Keep P t ra special arrangement and for a short time only we will offer the Twicea Neck CourierJournal I AND THE Newstead r One Year For Only 1L25 The CourierJournal has the BEST war news service of any of them and you get it twice a week with the NewsLeader making three papers aweek or 1 56 papers a yearfor only a Dullar and a Quarter This offer is open to all old subscribers to the NEWSLEADER who pay up and one year in ad vaaco and to any new subscribers 1We consider this one of the most liberal off rs made nnd there is no reason why LliJoDefhou1d not keep posted ona the war news and home news as well r Address communications to E L DAVISON JR Pub NEWSLEADER Springfield Kv ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED PnllliId by tho Government as Official Historian to tho War Department The WoK was witten in urruv camps at San Frahcifco on tbo Pacific with General Merritt in tbo hospitals at HonolulU iu orgin the American trenches at Muqtla In the Insurant camps with Ajnilnftldo on tbo deck of tbo Olympla with Dewey and in the roar of battle at tho felt of Maniln IJJanQt for aocts iii mfuloI orhhma- ltietures taken by COcrnn tnt pboPigr- iberu on the iiot Lnr o book Low pilx Big prcnts Freight pAid Crodit Ktveu Drop all toisby unofficial war looks Outfit free Address F T harbor Scry Star Insurance Bldg Chicago Tho requirements of n medicine ia to lightou tao burden of paid and cure This brliiK ice to tho question of a rpm jtidy and Tublor1 DuckevoliloOintincnt t is tho only remedy for Mind bleeding or protruding piles that is endorsed b olstlnatocaSQA inTentUonoltbonro Alwnrs ready to entertain requltrsnoskhhltooper ate it and reproduce the music of bonds orchcs tms vocalUti or IncotelgoloilIL Thcrels nothing like Itiorin crenlnxs entertainment Othsr socalled talking machines reproduce only records of cnVanddned subjects specially UrspbopboneisGraphopimono you can eaiiiy make and instantly- reproduce records of the yotee pr any sound Thus It constantly awakens new interest and Its charm Is ever fresh The reproductions are clear and brillIA- nt61iipImpbonesare sew for 10 7Ianufsctnrvd andre the patents of BtltTalntr dionftfltulCdOflkti OnremabmlbmrnIhi head unrtcr of tllf nrorlrt for TalkIng Inti and i wtUa Columbia Pl1onographCo DEPARTMENT No 919 Pennsylvania Ave WTASRINdOND 0 Nw York ParTs Chleapo uhPhi1tdclplfla Baltimore j TVushiasiOU Balialo GJ LJcs L L We lean It For You t When we say wo have the largest stock ofDryG00djj Furnishing Gvodsi Shoes Olothitg Carpets eimf plt any house in town And we want you to come in arid price our goods when we will ConvinCe you thatjwa ft Sare selling their ot lower prices than ever before J 1 j k1 Dress Goods J Oiirstock of dress goods iis varjed in coloredl Serges ljCashmeras Tricots Coverts Ndyolties etc BlnckSefl es 4 Broadcloths M hairs Crepons Dinins Novelties etc Trimraingsin Braid Silk Velvet etc to match any dress goodm S 1 Shoes for Everybodyv jWh are lead rsah Mens Womens dud Childrens Fine Shoes Mens and Boys high cut Shoes and Boots Chll drenjs Sjhool Shoes TlieJobD B Lewis Best school shoemade We have some jobsin wometfs fiue hoefi at SPECIAL PRICES b Sa Mpns arid Ladi Furnishings r You cant afford notto seeour stotisk of Mens and kadvjVy 4I ies Furnishings We are selling Mens Fancy Shirts andWC 1 Underwear 20 per cent less than Any house in town fEV Great variety of WoirienV Misses and Cbildrens Jackets j Capes and Reefers all styles iud prices Elush Capes ns ffi0 10w as es CO Handsomely tKuimed You nwist see theM to appreciate them W i Mens and Boys Clothing v t Y Noto the following prices on Clothing vi Mnns Wool Suits S45Q I Meps Fiue Wool Suits 8 Oti 9 Mf ns Fine Overcoats 800r t Mens Storm Overcoats 5 00 1 Mens Macitttsh Coats 150 Mena Gum Gouts 150 u j SBoys and ChildrGiijs Suits Overcoats and Mackintoshes proportionately low Price our Carpets Kugs Oil Cloths Wall Paper etcj ci before you buy we will pave you mgpcyf The old adage Money Talks is very effective In our bouse for we always make special prices to Oasb buyers Cunningham Dullcan 0 IV rnrcoY JJJ M DURTONC B IIARMON BEMEA1DON 2 t rj JS1VBURTON C9 t CjDENc ILVYIlON SR MAJtAOEm piiiertakers and Fnueral Mrectors H COFFINS t i I CASKETS f-5 BURIAL t St1 S O FULLY EQUIPPED Galls answered promptly day t O or night V Iif l SThesorvicesof an EXPERIENCED EMBALMER a x graduate from a son olof embalming havebeen eengaged 1 t t I I c HAOAN BLocKS G LjKy4j 7i1 uOOS- 4 1 jSXSMfJS v DCAiYA4 ajV ar1YYAJ I1At7fi1 zThe 0Old ieILabIe Buggy ii Is still in ihe LarJ Another carload just li1 in No trouble to show BuggIes and Bar r5nessandcan f rf b S I MOEI4Comeft II I S M KARRIOKi 4 I Down Town 3elow Thompson Hotel y v AJ T r cco Gco tF Four Cardinal Points Will be found in the grisients et a every reallywelldreseed 1IU r 1 The ma mUltkoftM b t Fitting most be perfect J iStyls must be UpteDa4 rjS Ami finally thei r VorTniani1ip anti rriiMust bcNeaf and Dttraiie 1 It is by nninng these pomt In EVERY garment they make and by stkkMf at it for more than aa years tkat M1BORNCO JTha Great c icagOMer TaIIrj t Havcf reached the proud OSuo oftttkw tfcr acknowledged leading Cu 6m Tellers JitAmericac No IIYItctd AIM U can wake year sekithse worlds choke efg ttenu CALL ONIGUNMI KCH M A pUNOANAGENT5- SpR1NGFIELDKY 1fJ firt w I HE SLEAV f J 9jfJt w telct1 ruE1IyERYAN t fi = r Has on hand for the summer =f 4 season jeJBEST rigs in g Jtpfwn Fastand safe horses = and reliable drivers J I I t1t 6t S PE-VCI AL ATTENTION rgivnto commercial men = F Livery connection with the = 1SprLngtie1dHoteL = l 5 5h it MAINSTREBT SR1NGHE1JD KV s = TeJephonc No 3 i t JOS B CHSSELL PHYSiCIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE HOURS pXaP OFTIOE In McOhord Rcberteon Bldg t HUBER H HeRD 0 DENrISTct4 t7 OFFICE RIXEIIABT BciLnnto r SPBINGiMLD KY J DR Ji H LAMPTON tt OFF CE OVEn cfncul1 CCEUKS otrioE l DJFNEHRT1f OFFIqE HOURS ia to a p m EVERY DAY lUNGFRLDrK k4 i IiDR JMBURTON J RESIDENT ENTI5 TI TtTEETH EXTRACTED f WITHOUT PAINc 1 t OFFICE Hngan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY r All Dental Work Strictly nz Firstclass y vS Wi iFNEiKsRK ATTORNEY At LW OFFICE wthC C McCnonn L W O LAY ROOKE Y Ii b rto1eyll at Law Vv Special attention given to th6 coir t fj Iiecjilo n of notes aad occonnta 4X On ce xrith W O McOhordV SPRINGFIELD KY1 t Hreka Saloon I keep constantly on hand slx year old MpfilENiSA WHISKEY made for medicinal use L Sic jolil LagerB CronTap iI BIG SCHOONERS 4C a TBOHPSOH Prop SPRINGFIELD KY T ftrfIU iTSORttt B1CKSMITH SHOP Horseshoeing Carriage Repairing and General Blacksmthmg- Ml work r anteed to give action at the Casey shop SPR1NGFIELD KY L rAN ELYinzAX BALK II pO1t1V cure Appiyto the totrfl IUa qnlcklyftbeorbed tetiDt DTugtI or man iamptc bc mail t ELV EKtrniEIlSi M Warren Bt Kew York City = jjiiiJsirda Snow Unlment is the most petujtraHrfg liniment Jfl the world It cures pun ant inflammation of all kinds quicker tban any other known remedy pric0 60c Every bottlo guaranteed lrnyiton f llobortofl tt ri pH aad Pajcte Tour Lifo Awt- yucft tPbawo evlly And forever ba mag e or life nerve nd ylgor talo NoTo nac AoKondcrworUcr that makes Btrowg Ml arc2Sl6ts50oor51 CI1oiced Booklet ana sample tree1Sterling Jteiafidy Cft DblcaKO or Now York r jANrEDSveraL TrdatvortImy Fer t tom4l1USOOUrjrtIi Tt a ittt ifIIp SaUtrY straIght nycar and pnwedoIiuite bonn Jido no more c Jtft tft paIlry Junthlyj5 Refer soUndc1rcflSltlitampcd- II3I Enclnsa Ii 1c Uerbert E Hcz Irct De Jtt itl CImcij0 o c5 1 jtlJ eli E EItE EiE eEEEE E f tEiGii1ii tarEe E E EEEfe1- ABOUT TOWN i a33i a 3 a 35 aJ3J 39 aS33 s3S a3313 3 I am agent for firstclass fire and lire insurance companies Office with Judge Litsey PAT SMS Do you want to buy a gun Ifs go to McElroy Shultz and examine their line of revolvers just received All styles and prices Tim NewsLeader will be sent to any address from now until January 1 1900 for only One Dollar WANTEDiWill pay the highest market cash price for tur keys geese ducks chickens and eggs C C icthijS- pringfield Ky THE ladies society of Progressive Church Workers of the Presby termn churcli will give an oyster supper on Saturday afternoon and evening Novem ber 12 in the lecture rQomof the churchS prJqhnlot recently occupied by Dr Grigsby on the Perryville road near the intersection of the Mackvilio pike Price 100- KONUAD HERTLEINS now bus iness house is nearing completion and it promises t j be a nice one hi every respect The house will be fitted out with water works and will be lighted by Acetylene gas It will be heated by a furnace MRS KATE WILLAMS lost her pocketbook one day last week with about six dollars in visit11nlThe iact that it has not been returned leads her to believe that it must have fallen into th hands of some dishonest person THE Lathes Foreign Mission arySociety will meet on next Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock at the home of Mrs 0 R McBl roy The meeting wps postponed from last Saturday on accotfnt of the services at the Baptist church and Mrs Janes the president requests a full attendance next time as matters cf special iinterest Will come up for discussion Rgit W F ROGEHS pastor of the Christiau church at Bards town is here this week and is preaching at the Methodist church The object of Rev Rogers visit here iSI to try and Organize a Christian church at this place and he has met with a good deal of encouragement in that direction There are quite a number of people in apd about Springfield of that denom ination and there is a good prospect of organizing a church here with a good membership DIedtoThomas West a well kncfivn young citizen of the county and the son of Mr George Westdied athe hdmo of his father several miles from town Saturday last of typhoid fever The deceased was an industrious and popular young man and leaves a wife and one child The funeral services were held at the Baptist church on Monday morning and conducted by Rev C C Pugh Mr James Clements a life long citizen of this county and one of our most prominent citi zeus and farmers flied at his home four miles west of Spring field on last Sunday The deceased had been in a critical con dition for some time from a complication of diseases and his death was not unexpected He was about seventy years of age and had reared a large a family of children among whom are J W S Clements of Louisville George William Joseph James iotid Spalding besides several daughters The funeral took place Tuesday morning at St Rose and a largo concourse ot friends attended to show their r pectjhe memory ofa worthy cimn Gourt Proceedings amount of businessi has 11air of by the court par last issue and thr- oaera1t importan cases yot fobe tried Among the cases disposed of are the following Commonwealth against Sam Devin for racing on the public highway a fine of 10 and costs Charles Burns shot his pistol on tile public highway of they Commonwealth thus offending jthevpeace and dignity ofthei jsame and a jury firred him 50 for his fun West Poulter another citizen of the county wasj convicted of a similar offense and was assessed a like amount which lie is now engaged in pay ing at the rate of a dollar a day at hard labor on the rock pile Sam Smock was convicted of a waslfiJohn Scott was gwen a fine of 25 and a sentence of ten days in jail for toten a gun and hit concealed George Trent wai JBned S5 and costs for a small breach of the peace Dr A M Shields occupied the boards for severaL days during court three of his cases being brought up for triali He was first tried oh an indictment charging him with assault and battery committed on Samuel Crooke several months ago an account of which has been given in this paper The jury iin the case assessed a fine of 12 50 and costs against the doctor for this offence A damage suit growing out of the same case was brought by Crobke against Shields It was tried at the last term of court and resulted in a hung jury This time when the case came up a motion was made and allowed giving the defendant a chang of venue tp the Marion circuit court f The other case was that Qf Harry Shewmaker against A M Shields for dam ages Shields it is stated had forcibly removed a fence which had been erected by Shewmaker on the boundary of a piece of land the ownership of which was in dispute Tho latter claimed that the action of Shields was an unlawful one and brought suit accordingly The jury returned a verdict against the doc tor of 90 and costs Steve Anderson sued Robert Arnold for damages for assault The case when called war ported as compromised or settled out of court Jim Warner charged with detaining a woman against her will and Tevis Hamilton charged with carrying concealed u deadly weapon were both found not guilty A case of damages for false arrest and imprisonment was that of Henry Reynolds against W J Price circuit cleric of Boyle county It seems that the plaintiff was arrested here while attending the Washington coun ty fair on a description sent to the sheriff The man Reynolds was wanted in Boyle county and Ia capias pro fine waS issued for Hehry Reynolds it is said answered the description and he was put under arrest and im prisoned but he had no tr ublo in proving that he was not the man wanted Mr Robt Harding an attorney of Danville was here and represented Mr Price the defendant The case was thrown out on a demurrer to the petition The case of Commonwealth against Arch Colvin for the mur der of Silas Coulter was called for yesterday the day set at the opening of court for the trial The prisoner was on hand look ing pale and careworn from his long icpnflnemont in jail and some twentyfive or thirty witnesses answered to the call of the sheriff Whed the case was called the attorneys for the de fense introduced affidavits concerning sonic absent witnesses and asked for a continuance As this wafc the first calling of the case Judge Patteson agreed to a postponement and set the case for the seventh day of the February term of court The utter neys for the defense then enter ed a motion for bail for the accused and that question iis in the course of trial as we go to press In order to secure bail it willIInecessary for the show that the killing was done in suddon heat and passion and thus reduce the charge from murder to that of manslaughter CASTORIAFor Infant and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of Farm for gent I have for rent my frmsitu ated on the Bardstown road about four miles from SprIng- field and containing 100 acres JWit a good comfortable dwell lynit For further particu mrs pall on or address Miss SALLI MUD- DSpringfieldtf Ky FJERSONKJM Mrs Qcorge CheBcheir is in Lon Isville Mrs J Q Mansfield was In Lou isville Ilast week f j Miss Myrtle Mansfield attended the ThomasBretnayweddinR In Leb anon last week Migs Lydia Lee Huston of Maud was on our streets Tuesday Miss Jennie Olaybrooke is home again from a visit to Louisville H M Grundy and W D Clay brooko wore Bloomlleld Sunday Circuit Clerk F M Campbell was in Bardstown Tuesday on business IMr Robert McOhord of Lebanon is here thIs week visiting relatives Bob Campbell and Harry Shader were at Maud Tuesday Jnejgo J W Lisle of Lebanon ns over to attend court berQ Tuesday Attorney Sylvester Russell of Lebanon has been attending cdurt hero this weok J 04 i Will McOhord Jr and Miss Annie McChord camo down from school at Danville to spend Saturday and Sunday at home Mrs WJ Lisle and daughter were guests at tho home of Mr W T McElroy last Saturday Mrs J R Olaybrooko and son Hubert who bdvo boon visiting relatives in Nelson and Spencer counties have returned home Mr WM Maye and wife and daughter Miss Willettfyeft last week for Mississippi whore they will spend the winter Mr T M Carr and wife registered at the Tbnrman House Tuesday even- Ing Mr Oarrwao married to Miss Wilson a popular young ady at Bardstown on the same day and tho young couple came on tb this place to spend a fow days Mr Carr is a representative of the McCormick Machine Company RObL OF HONOR Pupils on the Roll of Honor in Springfield Public School for tLe month of October Amy KllloU 100 Maggie WatklnslOO Wallace Dunciin100 Clay MoEiroyOS Rebecca McWhor Emma Sutton tor 08 Uinwlddio Lamp LIlllo Colvin 97 ton 97 Mar Buckinan 97 Corn Daclman07 Ella Tobin W Clara Hagan 00 Nellie J 90 95 Will Waters XnUy2rharry ri90 Jio4iW 05 Lewis Bony 95 Will Sclecinan 95 Grovcr Elliott 95 Goo Chescheir 05 May Col oan 95 Rod Whartoh 94 AIr Chescheir 93 Mamie Montpom Meg Huckmnn 93 cry 9J lie Toimg 00 Willie Berry Jno Ooumock 90 Mary Nail v 92 Agnes Kally t93 Francis Buckinan 92 Program of Teachers Association WILLIBBURQ Nov 5 1893 Opening Exercises Welcome ArldressO H Foage RespnzoW F Grlgsby Recitation Mfss Maymio Morritt Language LessonsMrs Laura Hiatt Teachers Professional Preparation E D Burton W F Grlgsby Signs of the Times Miss Ethel Hendrix How to Secure Regular Attendance Miss AdaColvin- Torr1toriaIExpansln Mr Thad Cbeatham Diacritics 0 IL Poige- DcbatoOompulsory Education E P Dedman W J Yates General Discussion Dangers of Children Transmitting Infectious Diseases W W Hyatt M D C H POAOB V P l A KZD4ET DIMEASE Given Up by Four Doctors Beavor DArn 0 Aut 27 1695 My daughter after h lng troatod by four doctors and hbinj gtvontip for lost n neighbor rocointnonded Foloja Kid nov Cure Today aho in able to walk several miles wlthcut fatigue I fool we would have lost her if was not for your uiodicluo KenpcctfullkMns BAILEY LETTER LIST List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Ky Pojtoffico for the month ending October 1 1898 Mr Huden Camp Mrs Damian Canco Mr H Clanahan Mr Jas H Dnahuo- Mr G W Garrett Henry Hart M L J Huies r Cbas T Jones Ben LoachmanVJames Pierce Thos Smith Eddie Peters Stage Manager Vanity Fair Uo Miss Anni WJakQeld John Reed When calling for these letters please sy Advertised W A WATERS PM From New Zealand ReeCton Now Zealand Jfov 23 1600 I am very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Clmmbcrlnlna medi class the sale has boon very largo more especially of the Cough Remedy In two years I hayt sold more of thispar tloular remedy than of all other makes for the previous five years As to its ofllcacy 1 have been Informed by scores of persons of the good results thoy have received from Hnnd know its Vnluo from the use off It in my own household It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bbttlo beyond the reach of thb children E J ScAjnxKBOpr 2foToUao for Fifty Costs lTclkmcutto oF11 J E r rLLl rr TilE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF RQS Is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination but also to the cara and skill with which It lis manufactured processesknownCo w io uponalltrue and orfglnal remedy As the genuine Syrup of Pigs Is manufactured by tho CAUFOIUTIA Fin SYRUP Co only a knowledge of thatslact will worthlessImitations partiesmedicalwhich the genuine Syrup of Figs has wakestheguaranty isfarandbowelswakcningnauseate In order to got its beneficial effects please remember the name of the ComP ny CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO FHAN CaL LOUiSVILLE Er NEW TOnC ST F P CALDWELL ATTORNEYATLAWAND Court Stenographer IDepoIUons Court Reporting I TypoIOBcowJthAV SPRINGFIELD McChord KY It MRS A1 D MARKSjI DresmadotJI 1414and I guaranteed 1 and see my work and l prIces I can be found 1at the rooms over Postofflco SPHI OFIELD ICY IITransfer mm RUN BV S E CLEMENTS Headquarters T Scott Maycs Undertuking Iud Furniture store- I desire to notify the public that I am prepared to do all kinds of hauling Telephone No 17 or leave orders Special attention given to delivering trunks or moving household fur nltureIS E CLEMENTS A Mare Mfgn of Croup HonrHonesA In a child that Is subject to croup is n suro ludicnllon of the np preach of tbo dlsoaeo If Chamberlains Coot h Remedy is clvcii n soon tho child becomes hoarse or oven after tho rroupy cnuKh lisa appeared It will pro vent the attack Maiiy mothure who have croupy chlldrdu tied that it saves them much trouble and worry It can ploMintWILLISBURG From Our Regular Correspondent Farmers are busy gathering their corn and there is consider able complaint of its rotting in tho field Our turnpikes are getting the much talked of and badly needed work which has been due them for some time Will Green our popular drug gist spent Saturday and Sunday with frlenes at lJur tn- T J Miller shipped a car load of cattle to Louisville Monday Elder5 Clarence H Poage of tlis place preached at Lebanon Sunday Moland Derr spent Sunday at Tatbam Dr Carrier of Cornishville called on one of Williaburgs fairest girls Sunday John K Wilson and Miss Mary Grider attended singing at Antioch Sundav evening 7ANTEDSeveral Trustworthy Per sons in tha state to manage our business in their own and nearby coun ties It is mainly office work conducted at homo Salary sir aheM 8900 ayear and- oxponecsdetlnito bona Qnde no more no loss Salary Monthly 75 Refer cures Enclose selfaddressed stoufyed DjputmcnDj 1 A J8ITKAL TIME During the Battle of San tiago SICK ORWELL RUSH NIGH AND DAY The Packers at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba were all Heroes Their Ho role efforts In Getting Amunition and Ratlonsto the Front Saved the Day PK Butler ofpnck train Jfo 3 vritIi front Santiaqo dbon July 2V rays Wo all h diarrhoea in more or ICM violent form t0hadwas tokoepChamborl4iiColicRemedy wo wore nbh to ipourothat An slatindirect savior to our army for If the packers hal boon unablo to work there l would pplieshavo boon comIradou lay In a supply of this medicine before we left TVmpa and I know In rour cases U absolutely saved my lifo Tho above letter was written to the manufactuiers of this medicine the Chambfrlaln Medicine Co DesMolnes la For sale by Haydon at Robertson THE MARKETS The following table represents the prices bytheup oclook WOdnesday but Is IUbJect to variations thereafter on private advices from Louisville d ten Wheat per bu v 50 to 65 Corn per buJr 85 to Oats per bu 30 to 35 Rye per bu 50 Clover per bu 2to 2 Timotby perbu I 85 to 60 Orchard Gross par bu 75 to 90vHay Timothy per cwt 50 Hay Clover per cwt Oto 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS OArrLE IlveStockuvula Kr Extra shipping H 50a4 75 Light shipping 4 50a4 75 Best butcher steers to 4 3oa4G5 Fair to good butcher steers H75q42g Common to moo butcher steers 3 60a3 Thin rough steers poor cows nodlncaWwags gSaSS Oxen goodto cxtra1i 50a4 Oxen common to medium 3 5a3 50 Feeders 4 a4 65 Stockers 4 CiJS 250a3 60 vent Calves a lMILCH OWBor Choice milch cowssFa- ir 00a45 to good HOGS Choice packing and butchers 2J5 Ib to Ib 4 Fair to good packing 180 ll- btoSOQIbI 4 Good to extra light 100tfOlb 4 nl Fat shoats 120lCOlb 3 C0a3 FaUhoats 1001 Olb 840a3 Pigs to 90 Ibs f 2 75a32o- ilougbB 150tUMb 3 60a3 40 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 23a3 60 Fairtogood 8a3 25 Common to medium2 o3 00 Bucks a a3 50 Skips and scallawags per head 50al 00t Extra spring Iambs 5 WnG 00 Best butcher lambs 4 25a4 75 Fair to good butcher lambs 3 75a4 25 Tailend 2 50a3 00 awbbeyngbitsPJItHiIi4i1 OfltpalnDookofparifsu BUVOOLLKTMn- HAfiw ti TOaco 1M KIrjor Ci m It Costs No MoreJ to become the posSessor ofa I nighgrade reliable Qciak than It do one of tIm ill fitting anfl clujdplmade garments Sj ith which the country is flooded More than 200 styles for f Ladlesi I an1 Chit I Qrro from 400 up to 5000 ioak t thoI thefortheA1tco ol correct tIe petftct fit ned inprriot finbh HDUSsnncetbJlt youre boring the ben hat a Cloak that graces and beautifies the figure no other caraicot can Ortpubt1oa fornacdllng the best of everything Is cmpfcitlcafly ezpressedin Out Qoat Drpartment Now ready for inspection Fall Millinery Cloaks Capes and Skirts at same room occupied lust spring MRS X MANSFIELD SDR CALDWELlQ CONSTIPATION PEPSI N In 1887 Mr omasAlclntosh of Allen town Twin had pn attack of dysentery whiiJhbecaiTutclironlo Jar was treated by tbobcat phyactant laEast Tenncsse withOUt n tinrSfa enoa ItFH1ntJx T tried Chambc1afrira CoUct OLolcrd jiad Diarrhoea Kemlpdy After using about twelve bottles I was cnrcd sound and wotlt 113 don Robertson i t Ei The CL OAK t ji t 1 DEPARTMEJTJJpt t t 1 iof McCHORD ROBERTSON i fj xk complete with all the new things neweftectAI11tpm finest In Plain Iand Rougheffeplsil t ff t riLadijes Capes in Plain and Rough effects fromZ50to t SMisses and Childrens Jackets in al11 sizes and Kinds F J infants Wrapsa nlcassorLnentp Readymade Skirts made pp iii first lf class s yle and thy lit Ajt4p 5New designs in Ladies and Childrens pFurs 5ia vrNFullliritf Ladies and Misses Walking Hats Sailors Tarn OShanters and CapsC9i Childrens and Infants headgear of 0 1 ftlllcinds h Pricesare right Styles all the latest Call fn ned see them No trouble to show goods t cecdiNobepfson z ies Jm9At iM r 07I0rtt T s 1lAYJ SE CLEMENTS JY MATES t tr9 n AVJQ7pI 7 c I I A U dcrtalers nd7f OeaIerst ril It uitiiregVl s WI X 1V t We make a specialty of embalming work wlilch is r i vdone by Mr Clements a graduate of a schoolof cm balming drf in jfjV Undertaking i1t goodsandO ur stock is COMPLETE in every detaiL d r Calls promptly attendedto day and night it1tk L 1 0BrvSjoctof furniture is fine and complete and if4g you want Car etefLRfetyngs Rugs Bedroom Suits Rockers Tables Chairs of aaything in the furniture 2 1i lOQV line give usa calL X X xT JtPiir di I l lOW I IihIOtiVO rtMAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELPyKY d i y v fi i 1 4orA BUSINESS PUPATION J i L1 gsoafat the that thllnlJ7 front ranktlct i BRYANT d STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE L 3 + LOUISVILLE KY J 13oohkeepnWritp for beautiful book giving testimonials fro l l V Shorthandgraduates occupying prominent positions all ovei tl telegraphy J 1the United Statesitwil bemailed FREE iJt jHeadquarters CFOR THE FARMERS ir 1tpents1 line of Fine f s Phaet nsSurreYS EtcBllggies I SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS Thettest- r wheat diillon the DJaket Oneand twt v horse sizes I v r Jfttt J ttf JtsWe li lj ottI f lkihfls of seed I iP i ii 1ttlTHOMPSON LAKE fl f SPRINGFIELD KY fNEW LIVERY FIEM pppp 1 WHARTON T llNow Ready for Busyness withisClaa f Accpmmddations lf I 4 4 v L GbOD HORSE1 jif GOQD iIIbISAa r tp r j r S P iMaUentionlBiveti o board and feed hcrse i 3 i P J V pThe BesVAccommodalloas1 for FrauiS1 Jaqlr Wv Thompsons Old stand SPRING FIELD Kt t j f 1t 1 w f HE NEArYSrLEADER II1ir 1 r SI for Infants and Children Lft Kind You Haie Alwajs Bought 1 J7 BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF t lifJr it A- J 111UaeFor Over 30 Years me CWTUN eoMmuir MUIIY rrsrcr Hrw h THE HOG AH H Hl TIIY WHICH DES RIESSOME CD4XFOOUFiPROSPERTY 1 z lMIrhie y eooooo fle Ps4 1hf a tlM WMtera Eat bllsh I cIr 01K M 8333923333 Ibs Is r liw t Induntri1VfijffiMr Unk d Bdiq an animal WkOM xotizp1 i iJbriEUy back bears 4l Mull kar of lie burden of west c Kimy to attribute all credit for ike eoMtryi SnaHdai8alvatlon to the t iriMftt feld and th corm field says the OtfeMEO D ily Newa Jfo poMbIo grouping ot figures in irtpct tp the yield price and exports tI grain la sore etriklng and Imppr iaat ia accounting ffr the great eco 1Oe jfftBceV0 the agriculturall thai the statistics of th logJ I a2yar e t Jt k true Utal the country enjoyed MLiMuually largo yIeld of wheat and f for wklck greatly advanced prices 0 Vw r rseeied But consider the log IK the packing year which ended l thM prlai 2 0000000 lioga passed t tfareMfk western establishments and r tMM out la 3 33533532 13 pounds of kr4 pork ribs anft hams No such Ciirw were over before presented as a IRk ot a ringle years hog manufac ter 1i this country The largest PreISrEHi total was la thcsyear 189697 irk 17000000 hogs were packed in o fee wett yielding 2812000000 pounds jl uctFor the hogs packed itx Uw IMt year 1175000000 was paid an JMreaic of f40000000 over the cost of Jou keffto packed In the preceding year i k the last calendar year 1453000OCO 9 fBdjT of hog prqduct were exported flBftllS3QOO000 pounds In the pre lagyeatl years total being Uje I terXMt ever recorded And the ex jMirU so far in this calendar year hays l b eaievenOfJ3st yr reaS dartr ont rCr for April howa 3OOo r of hog products ex Ithe four months of 18981 which compares with iJ9S600OCO worth f breadstutf and ts7 CO000 worth of tittdn That Is the exports of hooP liad equated B4 per cent of thO1 4 prAia and flour exports and 60 per cent ij lhe cotton exports nAnd this Increased production and sale of hog products has gone on in Vconjunction with a rise In price rela j tively as Important as that which has takja jlace la the wheat and corn mat lets King corn and king cotton and r king wheat are enUUed4o due praise Ibut do 4 not overlook the Imperial hog Guzu the SorbIdon The developments of war have Brought into the possession of the a URited States thespan of teLAdronesrjust to thISh11andS of the Philippines and tirtrl tdor a maritime fiction long held la honor in all ports of Asia anti Aus tralia Every year thousands of vesj l4 clear at custom houses for Guam lelt ways teemed such a leal fiction that few haveover taken thought that there Js such a place and fewer yet have 0 Investigated the reason why it Is a ltsiB Tom Tiddlers ground jhen a ship clears lor a certain yWa it must ga to that place by the shortest route of sailing gale wreck excepted and any failure ndI ftJtl1ereottenjattIMw titIIMpoli of destination It iaatthus a skipper may avoId ftag bothered with a mall or it may b that business vtvrlry seeks to conIeealt8omci point ot good trade In such clii the vessel clears lot Guam and Nile away to itjsecret destination Ait ough there is a Guam upon the chiirtt tit vessels which have cleared r it Bfvar lay a course in Its direc t l and thft law ik none the leRa Aat nkeEhefcitsstfytletyi It lies hidden for min the ambush of the blood and When it strikes It voids its Tenorn alikel j9t Btr6ngth and Beauty disfigoriEp the one and 1 undermining theTothcr AlferS 0flflNBFilE ape for scrofula in its 4+ t and ns malignant iorms AyersSMiapanlla a4lcine feieral medicines only i d4aflelow thsurfdde- t Dr J J1er1t Saripariu1a is a edy lteyadI9tes ul medyJqroi v 1I 1 JJfW J fgi efbya J Itb7LASMontbredbotehec1 I JlGtf tro ll botOes ott ff vsjf perrTDLekzgh SouI6oJ I 3II18treaIn the Indies both East and West It has only been as a result of Superior force that tho Spaniards Have opened the indies to trade and this century was welt adyanced before the last of ByIincluded and In accordance with the iawsof tho Indies every vessel calling there without Spanish leave is forfeit ed v Tho penalty of the law has not befitf exacted for many years but the existence of the law hi mado possible the legal fiction of clearing for Guam As soon as the Ameril an forces topll possession of this archipelago tho laws of the Indies ceased to have effect and Guam lost Its peculiar distinction ARE THEY SUPERSTITIOUS f lCtarm Orlpmea Ttmf Grave Tears 01 Banalng Oyerf 7 AnimaLi I wonder said an observer whether motormen and grlpmen are Buperstitious or whether It is danger ous to run a car over even small area turee or whether the men are simply gcntlohearted and humane and loath to hurt anybody or anything Coming In from the country a while ago on a trolley car and coming like chain lightning too we saw some chickens ahead on the track The motorman shut her Offhand put the brake on with celerity and strength that Indicated that he would have reversed the car It he could It was clear that he didnt want to touch a chick and we didnt The birds ran acroea the track WlWII1Ba aflapplng and their feet agoine as fast jia they could maka enf They didnt have much margin of safety but they had enough and as they flopped a the motorman pve th the wire again andlet t III mlng down town on a Broadway teltHthebrakogrlp curve Into Seventh avencjtfrora Fifty third street An entirely new caper llence for ttat c rye Jtaken with a doWnIto where they want to go and I know they shut her off there un less waif very good reason for i- tand looked ahea3 expecting to see a very large man at 1lor some other equally Impressive object on the track but it was stodog and not a very big dog either a black and white shaggy dog trotting across the track and JusC clearing it trotting alone easily not hurryingJ a bit but taking its time to cross over And thff crlpman was as careful to keep clear of the dog as the motor Irnan had been of the chlckona Warning ZJfht He was an ngod man with ti toll and Tudeeplyian thnttattrtICThe passerby was a young man and as he faced the aged stranger he took off his hat Pardon me sir ho said Thut IsnH It rather Unusual to carry a lighted lantern through the streets in the day time The old man looked up from the cavernous depths of hls eyesockets and softly cackled Dont you knowmet he cried in a high cracked voice A sudden light seemed to illuminate the young mans memory fv Bless my sotm1 he cried ill must be Mr Diogenes 1 thought youd remember me cackled the old man or course I remember you now said the young man and they shook hands warmly Stlll 03 the seine old quest I see said the youth as he pointed to the antern Vhats that cried the old man with his hand to his ear 1 say I notice that you are still looking for an honest man shouted the youth Diogenes laughed long and heartily Tcure wrong he crackled I gave that up long ago Then what cried the youth with a mighty effort are you carrying thelightedlanternforWhnL for echoed the anclentphllbsopher Im carryin It so these dingblasted bicycle scorch era wont run into me Thats what Im carryin it for Vale my boy vale And ho hobbled along with his warn tag light Paltlilc to Ulm Alrcndr Tim gossips are abusing a certain pretty Atchison girl whose sweetheart Is with the volunteers at Camp Alger for coming town own the oth er night with another young man for coda water Although it Is less than two months since Jha iliUsedi9 Fjlght andfcpjrhaps Bleed tot his Country shplsjalready Pickle Whe1h comes lPorerhiswill Bitterly repent taking that glass at coda water wlth another1 Atchison Globo JiA 3odern CcOkInibchoOle- if Grlggs If ee ho me lIatIo ihl bread is not quitras light as t Bght to be You should be a good Sbreadinaker I think you said had been to cooking school ibavedont supppose T hope that In a cook Lug school worthy of the name they oodngthlnff iff i p A SWEEPING WASHOUT l now aa Entire XUilraxl lUsnppturcci In t 2Ugh1 In Jnij1 Of the washouts that occurred lhr my ten years of railroad building in the west the most fcompleto and eweep ing was that of the McPhcrnon Lyons railroad in Kansas in 1880 said a civil engineer to a reportorHIt was whIle we were building this iwcnlyflvemllt branch of the tcl11wI1 that I was vision cnglnesr In charge of the west era end We had begun work iin March tt1113 MnPhorson end ndU was necessary that the rend should bt completed with the trains running In to Lyons by tho 1st of June or 30005 In bonds would be forfeited Although tho grading was very heavy with deoj outs and long high fills the 2Qth ol May saw the roadbed finished from ont end to the other and thq track carried nearly to Lyons TJp to that timli durlcg all tho con struction not a drop of rain had fallen but on this night of the 20tha thunder l storm came It was not a long one it began uL midnight and was over bo fare daybreak but while It lasted It was aa if the bottom of the sky had fallen out and lot thf water drop all at once But I had cd idea of how much water really had fallen until on going out cf doors In the morning I saw what had teen a dry creok bed Over sInce my coming to Lyons was a river full from bank to bank and running lIken mlllraco That sat me off in a hurry to llook at the track but there was noI track to bo found There wore rails and ties where tho track had been butIthd roadbed that had boon beneath wuIgone The prairie after the long drouth Ipd bocoirs as hard as a pave cient that it tcck up none of the rain that had fallen and the rush cf water from a great watershed covering townships had come against the road bed The opening at pile bridges 100 feet long intended as waterways hadr been aa nothing to carry the water offJ and the roadbed had gonoeimply melted away IJ Well all this was a heartrending eIght to engineers who the day before bad looked On their work on this road as finished But the trains had to be running into Lyons in ten days or the 450000 in bonds would be sacrificed and wo set to work to repair the daP1I ages The Atchison road was behind the enterprise so that we had the slnewg of thewar bridges wore standI lost the outs In the roadbed made and the contractors gangs still at hand II wont say that it was a very finely con structed road at that stage but I rode out of Lyons on Tune ton the first train for wo had got there after Err oil Girl fturiea Black J aujj An elderly nesrasa was thrown a Broadway cabla car at fauIlirgot o2 She had an ISmoj thsold Jbaby iq fee arBfflT ga huggdiii8 I1her breast when she till A carriage had been rattling along behind the cable car and when the colored woman rolled into the gutter a young woman dressed in a light be rumad gown jumped from the and caught up the baby carriageI stopped and the passengers dI out The women all ran for the baby The baby decided that it didnt want to cry and began to laugh with bigeyed Jj good nature j The young woman who was carrying it begin to cry She told her cOach- man to go for It doctor She walked up and down the strutt and the chat tering crowd of women followed her The coachman returned with Dr W C Qilday of 130 West Thirtysixth ctrect An ambulance was called from the New York Hospital and Dr Parker the surgeon ad Dr Gllday dressed a gap lag wound on the colored womans headIMeantime the black baby sat on the youirg womans arm and made demonstrations at her air with Its tiny black hands The yfiaag woman would laugh with the baby antI thou glanc lag at the crowd around the ambulance she would cry The ambulance rolled away and somebody went up to a policemen who had been collecting notarial for his report cf the accident and saidIWheres the baby 0Thesuch a lively Interest in It was not to be seen Her carriage wad not In sight The policeman was frantic Scouts chased up And down tht street One of them found the volunteer nuree with the baby In a confectionery store trying to make it swallow a spoonful of icecream soda Both she and the baby seemed to be enjoying them selves When naked somewhat ab ruptly why she had carried the baby off she RBCweredstmply Why it was going to begin to try Them for the first time she seemad to realize that she was in a crowd of amused and curious strangers She put the baby into the policemans arms and hurrlod to her carriage which was waiting around the cornerILooUlDC oa tb GraceMy brother Tom says this war business Is likely to make men scarcer than ever At the seashore this summerIMabeluOh pshaw I dont believe IL Ive never seen a man at the sea shore yet that would be likely to go to war under any circumstances vhs Cow WM Up lu Mjrle MIsS De Style Why does that cow look at mo so queerly your red sunshade IRustlcuUs Well I know its but I didnt think a country cow would notice VnmanJ A lTj ac miii t New Woman I froze my right hand rocking a cradle Beporler Gracious Did your poor baby freeze too New Woman Sit I was rocklnga cradle In tno Klondike 1hard on Girls In Korea When a girl Is born In Corea she Is not even dignified by name Several names are written on slips of and placed in an urn before paperj orite deity and when it is her godfather selects one withpuj see Ing It and sbe is known by it ttntll she reaches womanhood among the pWIlfamUystrangorsI tcr or daughter of such or such a man custmat IterllI1d hold a woman of little more consequenbo than a domestic animal In the nlgher classes of society tho girls are peparated from the boys of the fainUy at the age of 7 years They occupy the apartments of wonton and withf cmpabitIi dbL rr A The sympatheUc tenderness of a lov- Ing husband is everything to au expec tant mother especially during her first ordeal George Layton Esq a prominent druggist of Dayton 0 gives the following case wedfourfinement say after seeing the effects pf the remedy that if she had through the ordeal again end there were triotir bottles on the market and the cost was per bottle she would have them scientificallyIccmpounded which affords cer USBilmcntspreccdi elasticity to the cords and muscles in volved in thefinaThrdeat drUgsdstsdollarValuable bookiDefore Bate U Born mailed free oa application T Atlanta Go Everywhere tho iIilieeAre Bccoiutns Kx cUed Oror Deumnils of Foreigners Dark reports cqmis fromall over China Everywhere the Chinese are becoming excited over the d maqds for ports and concessions Central China particularly is restless and serious PoITwo rebellions have broken out In Kwangsl one In Wachap and another in Lau Chow The governor of Kwang has sent soldiers tto the rebellious dis- trIcts Troubles are hOard of in Man chiirla Some think that the authorities are doing all they can to drive the people Into rebellion or as somo say Into the hands of Russia Private letters speak In strong language about the doings of the Tsl LI TI power sect something like tho Lao HuL These people are gathering In bands and defying the petty local authorities They are strongly antiforeign Reports ere circulated that China in tends obcning lie Island of Chan Hat Yuan near Canton as a treaty port to prevent Germany or any other power from getting IL The island in question tttnitttraTha be gr knownjns PtJoJ to the southwest of Maco between that colony and the new French possession of Kwang Chau As indemnity for the ShEshi riot Japan claIms from China the right to establish separate battlements at Yu chow Santya and Foo Chow and de nan also 105000 ice Chin Bok Kwa a resl enfc of Fori mosa was enticed by Japan to sur render under a false sense of security and then barbarously executed Prince Cyril Vladimir of Russia was expected 1to arrive on the Russian warship Rue sla from Vladlvostock He will pro ceed without delay to Tao to be re ceived In audience by the emperor Official InCormat nit has been re governmntieffect that Musan Pho and Song Jin Phoc in Korea will soon bo opened as treaty ports Tho Japanese govern ment wilt dispatch a commissioner to investigate matters In connection with opening tub ports One of tho native Chlcoso papers says Germany being dissatisfied with Klao Chou as a navalstatlon and fear ing that it will be Injured by thq prox imity of the English and Russian pos sessions nt Wel Hat Wel Port Arthur and Ta Lien Wan has entered Into en agreement with Italy It is proposed that Italy should take over a strip of territory 100 miles In length along the coast of Kino Chou from Germany The proposal having been communi cated to the Tsung Lie Yamen thatIbody has appointed a proceed to Shnn Tung and there determine what the boundaries shall be be tween thQ German and Italian posses sions f- Rumor has it that the Russian min later to China hgs demanded from the Chinese government tho privilege of pasting through Chill and Kwangsi provinces and he la said to have pro Ipcscd to lend troops to China In olcler to prevent British aggression In Shanghai it Js reported that Russia also intends to demand tho lease of Kin Chow In Llao Tung A Pekln telegram says England has objected to the borrowing of funds conIITwo Important a treaty lust concluded between Japan and Slam are the retention by Siam by a consular jurisdiction and tho adoption of a stipulation for deciding by the arbitration of a third party of ques tions arising outt of tho interpretation of the provisions of the treaty or any violation of the treaty The last named LuI vu rceptanoo bt the principles of arbitra tion in connection with any treaty taamp4 n that PndUc Coat The recall to Sau Francisco CaL by the government of the United States of the steamships of the Pacific Mall Steamship Company has completely Out off the Central American States from steajushlp transportation on their Pacific Ocean coasts with the exception of a steamer of a German Und which once a month comes around jCrfpe Horn or through the Straits oF Magellan There Is probably a largo amount of freight at Panama destinedf for the PacJUc coast The Atlas steam ship and mall steamers of PIm Fort wodd Co of New York City and Leech Hfrrlson Iorwood of Llw crpool it Is reportedt however wl4 transport freight Jtrom Ncw York or Europe to Granntlri on the west coast of Lake Xicarngua at the rates tortt merly charged from New iorii UH- UEarop elrtCo1on and Panama to Coriiito Nicaragua and Grenada Is ns convenient Nicaragua importers as Is Corlnto The AtlasiSteamjsblp Company b negotiating for the purchase from NIC aragua of the railroad train Granada west nrdly to 3Tnnagua and for tlw stcaniboat onTiakc Managua alsn 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LEADER 100 a year 1 t IfiSkin Biseases j J For the speedy and permanent cmwol fetter salt rhenia and eczema Chain 1 berlains Eye and Skin Ointment ft X 11 without an eqnal It relieves the Itch fJ ing and smarting almost instantly ancf t l i its continued use effects a perman cure It also cures itch barbers itch kJchappedFo tiDghort tho beat tonic blood pmrific i tmdvennIfnga Prke55cents SoldbT j Uaydont RobsrtsonDrugglstr h h 1 4 tt t 4ALl t ifv zr i d fjJ1 4 er4 I Pcctrai A L F i Cherry t J f lt0 i 4has been for sixty rs the popular medicine for colds coughs and all 1 t t diseases of the throat and lungs It cures Asthfiaa Bronchitis and sp t soothes the irritated tissues that a reTreshihgsleep invariably fplldwsits jv use No mother fears an attack of Group 655 bopirigp 4piiiHer J children with AyersChery Pectoral in the hbuset apcific for llii that modern malady ILa Grippe It prcventsPndumoWa nD his fre h quently cured severe aSesofIng troublel IPr dbjr the 1 pris 1ri 1 i Consumption It is a k I b f1tt 1 f ffb ir for0 Colds Coughs rand Lung Diseasess i I1 bfIt + f i At the age of twenty after a severe Sickness I was left with weak lungs a terrible ji 5 r 4 cough and nearly all the symptoms of consumption My doctor had lib bppefpifj my i P recovery but having read the advertisements of Aytrs erryPectbral t I etermlnedlo- ytryilhat tSjIpreparation I didso arfdjunce tHat time I have dnOthet cdhmedicine ti t r JIsam now seventytwo years old aiiH IknowthatatIeastfiftyeaihre btej added lo Ei 4 life by this Imcomparable preparation A il1 SPERRY Plainfieldmy If J 7J i l p iii 4Thave used AyePa Cherrj Pecton4 for nearly fifty yen and foundIti Be an excellent ft remedy fprall bronchial and throat diseases y L H MATHEWS Editor tVwxDhak4 OncontaAIa r 7r K eh14 My first remembrance of Ayers Chrryrectoral difeback thiriyelx jeanrlshen my r mother used itfor colds1 coughs croup and sOre throat She used no othertmI4lcine is e 11 tattaccs of that sort among her children andit never failed to bring prompt 1kf fIalwayiekep this medicineun bc house andalewdoses quickly checktllco1dcouh or inflammation of the Throat an cJfungs io J ODONNJL Satte1 Wash I have sold Ayers Medicines for forty fiveyeaw Iknowof nopreparatlortlhat eqaaV iAf Ayera Cherry Pectoral for the cure of brorrchltljr Ifpever fails to give prompt lefiirf fr f j m 10fi baJ of the best of its c1asforIa grippe colo coughs bronchitis and consumptibiyjn taeaTrjr ItaJcS W A WRiILT r DBaje3VilIe Ga o l r i S6me years oepAytir Cherry Pectoral cured me of the asthmaaftcr e best metIcalt iWllhad failed toigivo relief0 F SHA SSLER Editor Argu Table Itocicldeb a t 4 r Can be b tiBalt rrlCe 1 r Full Size 100i Half Size 50tt r I k t