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IIrww r c i t Crn1ldIW8 LEADB established 4asry 1iN a oombfnaUon of jjWaif Cty Leader1 183494- iiii Is1dXiwi18O4 1 1 2 1 New Series Vol V No 45 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 10 1898A EA1tt t OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county oat of Wart InstAB CtaHBty Simllea southwest of Lei ulte69 miles from LOuJsTI1Je on Bards towa branch of Louisville and Nashville oilrond In a farming and agricultural dtsi trfet Two banks telegraph and telephone Hex cpnw offlc flnn r mills yarti Population 1100 population c bon ty 15000 epcetative1a Oongress1Hon D Ht Saitk KdxaTill Xv MwtUr In Kemtncky Legislature ia8a 4S ReprMeaUUre fa State Senate Ron ut 49t JClord 8ptinge1dB CeUHTV DIRECTORY t CXrelt diCUIYOOUITT daft jr fcr ary May and October oi latMr Iudge B Swoeiuy1 Commonwealth Attorney yicCampkall Clerk i YjrglsuaiXastr Commissioner l lAHTWHY COURT Qvartwri Osvit Is held on the third Hon fee la Jaavary AprU July and October BL Lltaey Judge 0UNTY c-rjaa Court MCM on th fourth Mon ITtLpISfEf Smith Jailer IJllewa11 MhrI1r i Thtirnian lildtoy Oabornp Deputies 43rieti Croako I v EaiLeiida county OtToyor CPpBcyan Assessor 7k Wari Deputy TreasUfClIt rtttP1LID IOTO1liW K Bftttxv Police Judge llo unee Xar5J W 0 fta4 City Attcnrty iVT1ON COURT Jtatice fcourt arc held in January April ItLT tad ctebr CHURCH DIRECTORY fl BAFTIST CHURCH 1RatO O Pugh Paxtor Services every Ssatyat Us a and 8p m Sunday feciesl at Sl Prayer Meeting On Wed J viyaktatT2tn METHODIST CHURCH rPraBk E Kawis Pastor Services on Ktatlnt aed Third 8 ndayS In each vtnth vtttaaat8pP3iPRESS YTERI AN CHURCH I Ptte Se S3ajat 11 a m aad 8 p my Frapr Meetb IsveyTbnMtayttbI CATHOLIC CHURCH V R4rFVJsJtEMMyPMtor Services avery iv BaaiiaalSWd19 oelock ant Birvlcer A 3i Zsimjioure 4 f PltXTJERN XL ORDERSth 5011mtQtctraatngton R 0 Rbaptor No meets trttjttlr Moniay SprlagI lA Couch Ko 52 meet every toU11tuiy CaiIHorffioMeete ee1y eecond I c iadfnlaHesdull1 each onUlIKzeavTuMicaasUeeteeYery- aIt Gra Itodaeadar ef each I EoutbJ Land NVTIME TABLEvi nlfilu4Dipartire ofr Trains ilrcS4 j44 SOt6 C5P1H58 UMiBopkbr 5411U 83l l Croakcs 5 68 6 Li WorilaD 03 1lS II I IS lt larly Times 8 1JCit nil Eardstoww on 1211511 i R9S tGOlbret1010 SaI4 S4IS4 f DeauYllI cs S 50 CaoaSprtacCl 653405d aS W Clearmont 704450 t 4 R I BArdstoiraJTunct 7 10500 4 i ShpherdiTillo 720v 4 O i Jlubn 7 27 t 34 i 8outh Tark 7 89 421 BJ oath Louisville 7 50 5 55 4 10 8toLTLoblai11e r 805 8 10 nx 11J5JLKSm4paxo medical reference book any person afOIctcd with any BpecUl eluroaiff or delicate disease peculiar toI f rex the leading 0hysi- diatu and atrcMBa of the United StatesjDr Hathaway A Co Dearborn Clitea L j Kl B At4fLINONE OAT Take LaxaMt Bromo Julnin Tablets All draseiabj Tetand the money if It tails to cjire Ho Tar aala by Hnydon fRaertMIa a aWlferaBrowfto fVTettf McKk7 m and Eoaenuu The InteMe XcMngarriBmartinffinci Dllayedbyi Skin OintIMBt Many very ticases 1haV beta perusnently curef1 It nis equally mclent far tcl pttes and mpplesichaSaadchxcaiaureyos S5cU per box Br arejnr Tbalc blooi purifier and jyermlfnge They are not food Trot tt putrec25 a t enteperprJs 0Seiilflslepi with Jh imbcrlaIna Pam Balm and bound on- toJlhaatSBCted 03lsterInjjaohe8t or Mdk or aJlame back give It a trja1l Yttf arecwkln to betaoro than jiJeaell yUlitiw rowp relief which If tIfrij8 a rp AIOa tal tncp for rbe4SStisIU Ilaydon Rob JISortsn a I r JIwe I JylX h THr NIWSLlilDIRf j 5 j i i Odds and Ends off Gossip a CUBA tA light ehlnetb overto sea What doth this atrange portent bring Anarchy people or king Answer ye what may it bo NoFthe dim light of the blade Not a pestilent star I ot tho balefire of waf ut the torch that Liberty laid Glows on Fernandfaa ahrino Turn thou who once wast a slave urn to the beam that can save FernandIafreed m lis ihlne Bought with the edge of the sword Bought with the tortoro and thongl Wrested from death and from wrong Hallowed by right and the Lord AUght Bhtaeth over tho soa The light of the morning is given A sister Republic is arisen Cuba thy children are free Lueve Parcell In Success LLSIT O JillGHT THE TRpST The tobacco buyers of if IN one is to believe some or tbo trade and circulars sent out are in danger from a trust and a meeting ior tobacco pro ucelS11s been called foV Nov 28 at Louisville to devise means to fight it The troubles of the tobacco farmer are set out in a circular which has been put shed and also sent to those interested It is claimed that the represontative isville and that they Bave been compelled to accept prices offered bybuyers who it is claimed repres ntatrust or pay a fee df 81 50 for the privilege of re- jectingj the highest bfd The plan which is proposed andl which is to lie acted upon at the meeting is to appoint three com missioners from the state to spend their time on the Louisville breaks representing jthe interestsi of the grower The iidea iis to bull the market inIt t9baoooa times when prices getI clow the price Of iproduction untiljtheThe farmers who agree to the plan are to sign a contract to pillow these commissioners tcI control to a certain extent the tbacco areItrust among thenasejves jn ofder to fight the trust of the manu f1ct rers and the scheme is aJ good one Uit will work but then you know that itis a prover bial fact that the farmer is the lhardest man in the world to get into an organization evenfit is plainly forhis own protection Inl1 LIItANDdeal of a sensation was creat ed about town and especially among those citizens the mer chants who Were directly in t rested by the report that the Irent1m localt silt andgroceries mer chandise for violating the Sunday law by selling Loads on tile Sabbath Later on howqver when the grand jury made its final report and turne in a bunch ofindictments the expected indictments did not material- izei although it is known that days were devoted to witnesses on that sub- jectj It is stUd that a quiet tip was given to the members of thc grand jury by Judge Patteson to tbee et that they best devote 1 their tune to matters of more importance and leave the town therchttntand their alleged of ences to be dealt with by the town authorities There is a town ordinance so I understandI that prdbibits the selling of goods on Sunday There is also a state llaw to that effect but the local authorities have been in clined tooverlookanysmaUv- iolatons as the merchants here indulge in and they have beet slight no merchant makingrita practice of keeping his store open The local salobn keepers lIoweverJanticipating prosecution or indictment by the jrand jury haye for sotae time they say strictly adhered to the Sunday closing law IN Kentucky examining particular regularly BROW ESGAEErMfsV G Mansfield received a letter ono nay jasvweelIromaorotner for AVhosa safety she had been r very much concerned for several weeks past Mr John Chaney a brother of Mrs Mansfield was among the large number of adventurous spirits who set out to brave the dangers of the Klnfiikeregion lini searchof gold He it seems had reached the land of the seductive yellow metal safely and had succeeded in becoming the owner of severalI promising claims This was several weeks ago and from the Klondike country Mr Chaney wrote to his relatives that ho would set sail for Seattle on the steamer Jane Gray Some time thereafter there appeared in tho papers an account of the sinking of the Jane Gray off Vancouvers Island Out of the number on- board 72 persons were lost andI only 27 were saved Mrs Mans field knowing that her brother had sailed on the illfated vessel was consequently in a state of great suspense until several weeks after seeing an account of the disaster she received a letter fromhher brother written from a town in the state of Washington saying that he was alive and well and had been among the fortunate twentyseven who were rescued when the Jane Gray went down EW CuuncSpringfield isI to have a new churth It i to be of the Christian denomina tion and as WAS stated in thin NEWSLeader last week church has been organized and there is a good outlook for its future prosperity The Nelson Record has tho following com plimentary notice about the or fpmizer of the church a two days meeting at Spring eld Rev W F R gets pasto r of the Bardstown Christian church organized a church with 10 membership of 57 composed of some of the most influential citi zens of the Springfield commun Iity Steps will at once be taken to erect a church building at Springfield and Bro Rogers will preach for the congregation MrIRogers very successful fin organizing churches of his denomination and is one of the most energetic ministers of the Christian church The people of Springfield can rest assured tkat under the management of Bro Rogers they will soon have a church edifice and a thrifty organization GLIMPSE OF PORTO RICOI Charlie Noe iher day from his brotherin IawW W Walker who is with the First Kentucky regiment at Porto Rico a photograph that veryIi The picture is a snapshot of the camera at a groupe of native children evidently from four to ten years of age and there is not enough clothing i1 the crowd to wad a shotgun In fact the little fellbws are posing in the altogethQr and the picture represents quite a study in black and white prin cipally black in this case Otfieir photographic views have been sent home by some of the other Washington county boys which give a very good idea of life iini that country One of the other photos viewed shows the Wash ington county boys of company JK taken ip a group The boys look tough but are still recognizable by their most intimate IWM h AclcordPonce the people of that place would like to have the Kentucky soldiers with them indefinitely The dispatch hays that a llarge and representative body of Porto Ricans have drawn up a petition addressed to President McKinley asking the government to retain in Porto Rico Col John B Cas tleman and the First Kentucky volunteers yen Henry has cabled to Washington that the compliment isv thoroughly del served but that the regiment bought to go north It is under stood that order to movehavei arrived as soon as the fifth r gu lar cavalry arrives It iis fur thor stated that while apprecU boysQof regiraent are all more thanf willing to come home and leave the military work on theisland II to others who like the job HILLSBORO From Our Regular Correspondent Miss Settle Odor is visiting Mrs Lou Brawly Misses ROSA and Annie Kelly were visiting Mrs Mollie Crook last week Mrs Julia Sutton and Miss Maria Settle were in Mackville Saturday John Leachman and wife were In Bardstown last weekalBORN To the wife of James Young November 2 a 10pound boy Macklville is the pleasant guest of Mrs Mary Clark Richard Shewmakor and Edgar Settlo were the guests of the family of John Miller at Texas last Sunday Mrs Birdie Davis 01 Texas is visiting her father Mr Wm Dudgeon tJohnt James Young 100 barrels of corn for 125 per barreLininJosephtiSettlesame pricehMrs Eliza Fitznrald of LitI sey was here last weekInYon go more for your money gotofaster colors and brighter colors when you buyPutrira Fadeless Dyes and it takes loss tlmo to dyo anti make loss anlfor bpackageLate Literary News It is not often that a contribu tor for a magazine spends five millions or so of dollars in fitting himself to write knowingly of a thsubjectbo that is approximately the sum which Joseph Leiter ex pended in the acquisition of the3of information necessary to pro pare the article which appears over his signature in the Novem ber Cosmopolitan on Wneat This is Mr Letters first appfarC ance in literature but he handles the pen with a bold firm hand I that shows him a man of re sources Another Cosmopolitan contribution which will appeal to every man and woman is the attemp of Harry Thurston Peck to anal yze the component parts of the i modern Woman of Fashion By what does waman fascinate Is it beauty grace spirit charm t of manner what Evasive question But Mr Peck goes at t it as a man who has studied and has had experience HOWK ThispWe offer Ono Hundred Dollar reward for liny cao of catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F JCheonoy t CoToledo O We the undersigned hayo known K J J Cheney for the last 15 years and be llevo him perfectly in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made t by their firm Wcst Trunx Wholowito Druggists oToledoWholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally 1Cactln4jmucous surfaces of the system Tentl monrals sent freeJSold by Druggisls 75c lor hails Family Pills arc tho best Roubca the Grave A startling incident of which Mr JohnOliver Philadelphia wasahe subject is narrated b y f him as follows I was in a most t dreadful condition MV skin almost yellow eye sunken toni j gue coated pain continually m back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised mv tryjng Electric Ia Bitters and to my great joy ndf3 surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement I contin ued their use for three weeks and am now a well man 1 know they saved my life ands robbed the grave of another vie t timo No one should faili to try them 6nly 50 cents a brittle its t Haydon Robertson To Cnro a Cold In One 1TakeAll druggists refund money If it falls to thcUroeach faUtelJI NovlOemo j c ToCura iinl tlpaioIJoro er SoIf l 9YALs Baking Powder Made from purewcream offWtar Safeguards the food against alum I Alum bating are tegreattjt I I mcaacea to health of the promt day I I rooeat eg ira voim I About Tobacco Prices The tobaccogrowing farmers l over the state are greatly agi prIcestorthat they are not getting as good prices for their tobacco as are due them They claim that this failure Is not duo to the sup ply and demand of tobacco nor 3to the quality of it for good and bad tobacco are both low They are of the opinion that it is all due to the manner in which the sale of it is conducted holding that there is practically no com petition among the buyers of the weed the prices being agreed on among them and each buyer tak g what he needs or his proper onato part of the days sales To remedy this several plans ave been suggested Some claiming that the warehouses are i cahoot with the buyers suggest that no tobacco be sent the warehouses to be sold but that it be sold at the farm just as stock and wheat are sold to uyers who come around for it But this plan has been adopted by the enemy the tobacco buyer Two or more of the largos buyers have agents in the state now buying tobacco right at the formers homes for the reason at they can buy it lower there than at the factory Another suggestion is that a combination the farmers be formed to regulate the production oftne weed but others claim that such a plan would be met with opposition from the buyers so strong as to overco etheir efforts They alll seem to be at sea as to the best methods and farmers con yentions are being held to eon sider this matter And well it is that some steps are being taken in this direction for the lot of the tobacco raiser will be harder in the future than it has been in the past Hereto foie he has not had to compete with Cuban tobacco but nbw that Cuba becomes a Colonial dependency of the States this Cuban tobacco raised by larm hands that got scarcely any wages at all will be thrown on the American market in com tition with tobacco raised by the American farmers Prices are sure to go down because Cuban tobacco has always been preferred to the Kentucky article The acquisition of Cuba will prove a hardships to the tobacco raiser and may finally force him to quit the production c f ltLa Rue County Herald Crpct rngfl dyed with Putnam Fade M Dyes do not fade are brighter dewill not stain if you should spill vinegar other fruit acids ou thorn lOc iper Hold by Waters Browtfo In Troublo Again Editor C 0 Moore is Iin trouble again having been indicted by a federal grand juryat Cincinnati for sending obscene literature through the malls the Particular point of offense being an article ou free love from the lowing pen of the sensational ecitor The artIcle must indeed 10Ipeople tbat have habitually listened unmoved to the politicall speeches of the Hon Allen 0 Meyers Harrodsburg Dew Dangerou Pranks A number of the younger sociejty boys of the town are getting into the habit of what may lead to the death of some of them and it is not the habit off smokicg cigarettesi but that of throwing rocks at tHeir rivals Not long since they attempted Ui have sotne fLu out of a young n whp has been makingHar ro his home but a short limb He called one Sunday night to see a ybupg Ilady on 1 North Main street But a short away in ambuscade he boys waited loaded 4 wn ith rocks When the young an started home rocks in quick whizzed about hIs head Being armed he fired three or four shots in the direc Lion from which the ere coming and the boys most broke their necks to get away and have not ered him no more Two or sixteen year old boys asked to loan them a revOlver the 6 her night They sara a crowd was being formed to rock them that night and they wanted to put a hole through some one l1thecrowd These boys that are harassed should take the police with them some night and have the puilty parties lodgddin the workhouse Harrodaburg DewI Right in If SyrnpPeplnstomach that wus over putttogQthnr Absolutely vegetable with tho exception 1o f tho Pepsin Are constipated Inrd lseltle and you will bo convinced Largo sizes 50c and St A truo family remedy at Waters dt Browne Remarkable Rescue Mrs Miabael Curtain Plain field Ill the statement that she caught cold which seN tied on her lungs she was treat ed for a month by her family physician but grew worse He viciUmmedicine care her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from the firs dDse She con tin ued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well now she does her own housework and is as well as ever Free trial ftoltles of this great discovery at Haydon Robertson Large bottles 50 cents and L A Rival for Tobacco Charles Efros a chemist liv- ingl at Fanwood N J has invented what he says is a perfect substitute for tobacco with which he deigns to revolutionize the ttobacco industry Such an article has beenv the lifel study 6f Efros but it is only recently that he perfected the product Experts have testedit and Were unably to tell thedif ference between the substitute and the genuine leaf tobacco iit Tbe appearance odor taste effect on the system are all re produced the inventor says andLsa the difference between the gen uine plug and the sjiam cn only be told by microscopic inyesll gation or chemical analysis The one essential difference Between the real tobacco lent and the substitute is the absence of the nicotine in the Jatter Mark Twain a a Sfuinp Speakor 4 t Once in a while Mark has takcl e eani sPEakinttownsman General Joseph Haw l ofey1relectionSenate he said In the course ol a droll address General Haw ch Joy deserves your support al though be has about as much jn fluence in purifying the Senate ii as a bunch of flower would haVe m sweetening a glue factory ButI hes all right he never wouldl turn from tohisWays gives thfim Eometbinga almcsta o sbfto help themLadies Home t Journal r uAyThr it lobrightedj his return Some time in May last pwhoJsbut who would pass for etlt1itentl years left his homO in the morn ing to attend school Hedfdlnbt return that dayIe had to cross Decoursey creek whi h1V8sw swollen and ragtag at the time a hepbadi m po1lceoft bothrco cities iver notifi n av dillsent seatchlI wasi a el i V biiu I o G esitesar J throwZhthecoINLEADJR eh th1 iaii rr jtbuyerL tHf D Y Jt1JQLaw Personal Adiirew coadlttw papers After friends honorable powders prices United sjburg makes could y 1 4- g i jf jH M GRUND a 2 SQt BROOKE Et Gl MdELROY 4A Ii j7 it r alffwIO r f jl L t 1 to n t call a tto 1I ot t ilour new line of Overcoats Jp iand Winter Suits We refr 1 I making Special Low r1e8on ILovercoats andBuitSs and have a good line a good line to select jjr fm fow i the time to make iK fy itfons xtr IfbV ur ei and if you wilt i t c giv6 usra trial we will giiaran a tee v to please ybf kA J l 5ibIitht e I also kep the atel styles Ic Shirts Collars and Gents Fur nishing Goods 4 fW have Shoe that Slwin WEAR and FIT i5tI 5YOu a ss tilt Ii Grundy CClaybrooko4 CoDiv SPRINGFIELD KY I1f6 AA 1 q tS i t4 i The mother was1 naturally grief stncken and the worst was feared She wept day after day and could iiOtbcombrtedsEarly Tuesday morning be fore his parents arofe Harry knocked on the door HIs mother answered and asked what was wanted + Kindly the good lady asked her p6nfho was attirqd in mil arnnIfoith into the npuse The son then pulled off his bhlecoato and tidforgottenme She then recognized herboy and the greeting that lollorstd can be imagined Harry had oEen with the Second Kentucky Regime it Covington Common wealth From New ZCalMdpItooftori New Zcalanja NOT 23 1890 iam very pleased ta state that sitcal took the agency of Chamberlains medi ues the aalo has been yery largo more petlilly of the Cough Remedy Jo two years I nave sold more of this par tic ttcularTemedythan all other makes fpr thq preTipns fifo yeaIra 4 s1o Its efll cyl have been intinned by scores persons ot tho jnod results they hac- cqIvd from it Jind Jtiiow jtsllraluo IomJtial ao pleaisanfeto tako that wfrhate to plaeo the bottle fcoyonQ tharcach of the fldroir Eo of 8cAXjzEnpnT ir oEIotbr fitIf C u woaeat Snap Shots Wlt a Grapnoxihone The raphophone1sto the eat what the pholographio camera is the eye audmoirt for the tlylandde of sound A Wost inter esting use ot K Graphciphoneis frlendsrse YoLcaU catch tfie storybiI ourjolly friend Just as or the favonte song of some ved one just as she sang it and avcr it reproduced perfectly at any time and as often as you lease Besides the Grapho hone affords wonderful eHler inmepV in the way of refro cTucing1 the music of bander or chestras or vacal or instru mental soloists No investment lIl return so much in pleasure s the purchase dt i GrSpho hone It is the perfect talking tacne Write for catifbgae JoSO ttpMM Cdluhabi FhoHo t graph Cdmany No SijlO teim IsylvQnia Ave WnshftJ tbD DO c iiforSale 1r jt ftI have for sale a farm con Jtrsisting of 300 acres of good lani + about fire mile north H west of Springfield on the i waters of Little Beach It ffon0iimprovements More than half iis iin pasture and the balance JlJtunder cultivation ItconW some fine tobacco land It is situated tKree laaij s frbni Valley Hill postoffice and railroad eta tion And on turnpike i agO M KELLY iSpringfield Ky dfiftiHKa tM jHt TTJien mffcrlng fromf a e verecoldndp Toflrthroat andlnsrfeelore taku j d ifhet jwarm grateful feellnp nil healiag f jtho parts atectei will te exrleacdud youwj1Jarun hltrf the apt IcIs guaranteed Haydon tTtoberUoa EkkVgAXf IV Thebesl salre ia tbt worli for cuts bruises sores ulcers sale ri0nnifeTer8or ittt r chpttbandschilblain kas an l skJHL eruptions iir4 poaltlT Jy curei puce or io f4luirNkis guaranteed io pHfwA s aQtlOb or ooey uute PrTdrSSe per box For i1 b7 Hay dod it Robertson t PJ AreYou 1 H EaiIyT1r f trcrJbod ot that ars y ps ndSn 4rSSb ii 7JaCnI sIlss7o5ok-Mwo444wbayo eM if 70 es tMks 3GOTT9 DI- et CoTLvsr o iritk apo ==OIl l1li as1Dtothst auclW pbitec the beet Aktososfbrthnsrvessocxns XVIBZOIf tIt ihe andmJhakMiei wk tkroaia Ibr oosseqsrTkindof f sgs4acoTTI y rssutssn uflssti ssIsSSt cf i a p 1 w r IMI LEIDLc 4L 3 1 11 KRIS LEiD11 KMJMHM iT K0 1CN9 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I J f1 SPRIHGPJELD KY Jfe L DAVISON JrvPub tI taa otJccal0c SLr fsr the fnt MwertU aiL S ceata for WTd IIUt C Uic wil J tesaad poUUcal raatter j itperHl10 k werfc to BM at few rates but esb is Mo delivery of goods a Aired Wpf iMMtneta mad on liberal inai V 0MtMrI awl rwsolviioM of respect 3 f J t wper flEe AN0UflIZ279 r 0 ty w s1 tetlJ I 50 catyQIe rt Oces 1000 t 1kkict mUBSlDAY NOV 10 1898 i I = THE CLC6T10N r Returns from the election in J 1 tbj various tths shoe Repub fif TJQ1 gains everywhere except c li Kwrtacky and indications are iid that th Eepubljcan party will control the next national House Mh r Bepr septatiyes In New t York Roosevelt proved toomuch lt fotTLazy and Crokers or uiitio ooti s Van Wycks L aefeat A wtpity of 20000 iis coacwW i fawre than MOOOQ ii hf lMmiAi JJH returns also in f RepubliCl1 majority of1i4at IdurWen on joint ballot in the Wature which would mean a IIi Bepublican successorto Senator c11urpbl I i rl Republicans claim Inch t 4nbyOOQOiority but the fAtjJ tatiarnsarei nbtilL The legis 4 lature whieh elects successorv rfr ta Senator Turpie Democrat isi l ia iibtf with Republicans if r 7t claiming it The First Third f and Twelfth congressional dis if teicfe are safely Democratic and f j the Fourth probably Democratic The SitthSove thNintb Tenth IH and Eleventh districts are in the K Eepublican and apparently also 4 f 1 theEighth The Fifth is close 3 Ohio gave the Republican i State ticket majority estimated Republican State Corn r1bytherr mittee at more than 60000- Minnesota Which gave a Be Ay publican plurality pf 54000 in f RepuDtrj 4icnssre oJ d the legislature New Jersey has elected a Re r publican Governor by 12000and iiilepublican legislature to jlctiooso a successor to Senators Smith f HOBSON WINS r I Returns from the counties of ci jthaJTbird Appellate distri t al r fncragh Bot complete show that I i 9bsnis elected over Jones by 5majorityof from 2000 to 25tiO t f carried Marion couiity by f LLNelson by 686 Taylor by U f I rSiSi Anderson by 261 t tvi MARION county voted Jon the pi iiestion of free turnpikes on j i fbTuesaayiast and the proposition i ixjaraed by a majprity of about 2aOA TheMarion county officials 4 i 3f4hoyare wise will no doubt i i l Tprofifr by the experience in other j f eotinties and remove the toll gate beforethe raiders take the f5 ae in hand t rEREia one body of men that 4 J refuses to be hurried The Uni tVt ted States Peace CommiSsioners i 5 fwere nable to complete their t y 2rfeply to the statement presented y 1z the Spanish Commissioners t 119t the last jjohit session and al v ineir reojiesfo the joint session J jV fpoiatecf4oi5 Tuesday was post t TB retunw ffomVNebraska 1106 of William Jennings 1fi 1f1t f1moSt unkind 1ilbStdi2t of All totho fie silver u r iJ oitt e The returns sbowthe 1l t Of Kaywzird Rep for t Goveror bya plur lity ot 3 000 1 tIIn 18ftB the tate went Demo e 12000 majority 2fOR WORMS comN4 I ps btt c ohu1i chili t kazifb1t tke ii j f aoequa1jo 1lrf lfttg3PlLiIIas Psy 4t- cgz 0 helrrace terestwas that of Osiar Turner Democrat against Cc ngressman Walter Evans in thb Fifth dis trict On the latje of the re turns it is evident that Turner is elected by a majority of about 5001 which is small considering that there werq neatly 80000 votes cast in the district The split in the Republican ranks is given as tie cause of Evans defat CoNGRESSMAN Dave Smith defeats Charlie Blandford In this district bya majority of from 2500 to 3000 The Democrats gahx two congressmen in Ken tucky Turner in the Fifth and Gilbert in tho Eighth The Ninth is still in doubt THERE is at least one county in thestate that dont want free toll The free turnpike propo sition was voted down in Jeffer son county mustering only 1521 votes against 1833 in opposition Ptrioip Complexion It does not require an export to detect the sufferer from kidney trouble The hollow cheeks hesonkuoyos tbo dark puffy arc under the eyes tbo sallow parsnlplotod ome ziou indl Gtwit physician would ask if you had rheumatism n dull pain or ache in tho bark or over the bips stomach trouble deIrptonriate often or a burning or ascaWlug In pasalnsc it If after passing there Is ail unsaliaAcd feeling as 1fU intheat once repeated or if the urine has a brick dnatdeposlt or strong odor When these symptoms are prosont no time should be lost in removing the erase DelaymRY load to gravel catarrh of thobludder inSammatiou causing stbp page and aomethimcs requlnng tho drawing of the urine with instruments or may run Into BrJghta Disease the most dangerous stage of kidney trdublc Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist in a poaltlvo romedv for such diseases Jts reputation is world wide and It is ao easy to get at any drug stqraihat no one need suffer any length of tijtfo for want of It IHveverllf you prefer to flrst iestil wonderful merits mention the NEWS Luna and write to Dr Kilmer 2 BingbamtonlT Y for a 8ampe bpitle ahd telling nIl b tout It botbeiil ausulntelr free by mall t Hobson 7 Lieotenant Hobson of Merri mac fame has done much sinqo that historic incident at Santiago- to Ingratiate himself securely in the esteem and admiration of the American people The indomi table pluck as well as enlighten ed scientific knowledge ho has exhibited in rescuing the hulls of tb J3panish vessels from the sea stamp him a man of high char actor He has never ceased his Ubora for a moment since the deed that made him famous where ninetynine men out of a hundred would have taken a month off to enjoy the rare sen sation of being lionized by a whole nation As sailor scien tist and man he is of rare corn position Harrodsburg Dem How ta Prereat a Cold After an exposure or wben you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Fjloya Honey and Tar Jt never Mia Haydbu BobertanS Ballauls Uorcliound Syrup Is the best known remedy for consumption coughs and colds find all throat acd chest troubles Every bottle is guaranteed It la tho beat romedv for children 25 and 60c Haydon it Kooortson Tobacco Market A look at the monthly report of the LouisvUie market die- c1osegtremrkabIestate of trade as compared with other years On the first of the montn the un sold stocks on this market only amounted to 8699 bbs of which 27fJ6 fihds were Burley andI 5963 Dark tobacco This makes 4 reduction Iin stocks for the mouth of 2805hhds more than ne fourth the present stocks At this time llast year stockd were O740 bhds Tbe rdceipte of the market up to the first of the month were only 59811 hds against 107202 the same time last year Whiah shows our re- ceIpt 8 this present year to be about bait as much as last year With this kind of a statement of the mnrk iiwo are having very unsatisfactory sales of tobacco and the rejections are heavy It certainly is an evidence that the combining of the factories hasI giveutbem the controlling of the market and they are working the price as they see fltLou isville Weed A Queer 1 Medicine Tfiorolsnf medlclno whoao proprietors fIOmehltheIsa cure ill Tlil iopest thatIonly Claims uroce1tifjt atseuacsn fir a tItsfr Idiuv arsj ln lord9 ise h F hitllr ti Deadly Cancer Gured at LastDo Not Give Up in De spalrThereis Hopel For ages ifc has been thought that Cancer is incurable and those so unfortunate as to have his dreadful affliction have con uderedthemsBlves beyond hope of recovery The doctors are ab solutely unable to afford any ro lief and the poor sufferer might well consider himselfoii the way to graveIt to see why the doctors hnye frii led to cure Cancer Their theories have been all wrong and hence their treatment misdirected They have niado the mistake of thinking that by cut ting out the sore or ulcer known aa Cancer the disoasb would bo gotten rid of and the patient restored to health But the cruel knifo accomplishes nothing fur the Cancer promptlyreturnsaud is always more virulent than before yonddoubti urgeonsbiCabecauleaway everal years ago niTwife had an ulcer on tier tongue which though an atfntgrow Giving her touch rain The doc tort treated it for quito a whilobat Sure Cure for Hoi Cholera During the past two years the Department of Agriculture has coildu te faJerles of expert ments in the use of a serum as a remedy for hogs affected by chol era or swine plague The experiments were conducted by Dr D E Salmon chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry and the results were eminently sat isfactory proving that the dreaded disease can be successfully tieated easily and inexpensively The lusses suffered Ibythe farmers of the United States annually from hog cholera ag gregate an enormous sura In Iowa aLong during 1896 it is estimated that the hog raisers lost through the ravages of the disease 15000000 Last year the experiments were conducted in Page county Ia the result showing a loss of fnly 20 per cent of the affected gtvesTbis year tho expert tnents have been e lens vo and farreaching The bureau treated 922 hogs Of these 170 died the lumber saved being 81 out of every hundred The loss was only 19 per cent The animals treated comprised seventeen droves and of tile six droves lost only one hog in each On the other hand 1107 hogs in other droves were observed and not subjected to the serum treat ment Of these 879 died show lug a loss oi 79 hogs out of 100 Tne cholera serum IE procured by keeping apart for treatment an animala horse or a cow and injecting into its blood u smallamount of tho blood of a cbolora diseased hog This will sicken the subject but it will recoyercand another dose will be administered and so on time after time until finally its blood becomes so Impregnated as to render it practically cholera proof Then its blood is let and the clot drawn off leaving the thin yErlJ wIsh portion which is the serum Tilts is used to in ject into the diseased hogs and operates to render them like wise cholera proof or even cures them of the disease after it has developed NOTICE Ail persons holding claims or orders against Washington coun ty will tbresent same to A B Udmpbell Treasurer of Washington county for registration that the Treasurer may know what amount to pay each taim out of the 1898 levy All claims aotpresented by January 1 1805 will have to go over for another year before payment By order of Fiscal Court T S MAYES Co Atty- WANTEDAgents for History or the SpnnlBh American War by lion Henry Watterton A complete authen tic history illvntratod with over 70 full page half tones and many richly colored pijtitrcs Largo royal octavo volume superb ontrfc postpaid for only 50 centu fctamps taken Mot loom terms given The grertcRt opportunity of tho year Address The Werner Company AkronOblo A Romantic Wedding i John Nugent an Alabamian about 40 years old was married here recently to Miss Sarah Craw About three months ago Nugent applied for license at the county clerks pffice This brought out a novel incident in his history tNPpent married a Miss Page teverai years ago in Alabama Pageta to a Mass lvieiiralr6adniag LsTiEi f TrtuDO vus 54- k andf1alIymalignant type We were greatly remedyilicommnded to reach the diaensey and It continued to spread nod grow Upon the advice OrB friend she began to take 8 8 B and nfter Ajlu bottles had been used adecidLadementwllS noticed and contin HFthe remedy she was eared completely and the permanence of tho cure hta been proved as no sien oC the disease hu returned thqdgh ten eldpse4H byBonlyblood can cure obstinate decpse ted blood diseases because fis the only one which acts on the correct principle pi forcing out the poison and rIddIng the system of it forever B 8 8 never fails to cure tho worst Oases of Cancer Scrofula Catarrh EczemaOontagiousBloodPoisonBhcu rnatitm old sores uloersotc it matters not what other remedieshave been used in vain It is the only blood remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable and contains not a particle of potash mercury arsenia or other minerals Valuable books on Cancer and Blood Diseases will bo mailed free to any dress by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga at that time In the hands of his Massachusetts brother who pre vented his manjage1 to Miss Page However the youthful attachment between the editor and Miss Page continued after her marriage to Nugent When Nugent became aware of the situation notwithstanding his fondness for the woman he magnanimously got out of the way and was an invitee guest at the wedding Mr Nugent showed Deputy Olerk J H Thomas a letter writter writton him by the Alabama editor after his marriage to Mrs Nugent in which he reviews the situation in detail and closes by professing lila pro found respect for a man capable of sacrificing his personal feeling that the decree ot fate might be consummated Mr Nugent carries photographs of the pair in question in his pocket Hartford Republican The teatment for worms must be prompt and safe Whitqa Cream Vor mifuKO Can be trusted to restore your AIIa worm destroyer Every bottle guar anteed to bring worms 25c llaydon t Uobortaon yANTEDSeveral Trustworthy Per sons In this statu to diatmgo our business in their own and nearby corn tics It Is mainly office work conducted at homo Salary straight 000 a year and expenses definite bonatlne no more no less salary Monthly 75 References Enclose selfaddressed stamped envel ope Herbert E Hew Presto Dopt M Chicago iFio Wheat Crop Lucas Moore in his Kentucky Crop Report to November 1 says of wheat wheat sowing was interrupted during October by the continued wet weather In many counties the soil was too wet to cultivate for a period of three weeks while in the most favored counties farmers were vnable to proceed for a few days only without Interruption by rain At this date November 1 a large per cent of the acreage remains to be sown Farmers generally bad prepared their fal low land early and many seeded during month of September Tnis early wheat has been the prey of the Hessian fly and other insect enemies at the young wheat plant to such an extent that resowing of much of it has been found necessary Where frsp from injury from insects early wheat has made pl nom enal growth and some o it in fact has reached the jointing stage A continuance of tho growing season will soon render it liable to injury by the est freezeS The condition of the crop ave aes99r the state The high 1JfmittIDweak earl IIrOIIIbI X A Z4ac X7 ta est average 100 is shown iin the southeastern district In the central district the condition averages 95 and the average for the western district is 87 00- Noyombe11897jibecondiUoo for the state wa162and for a correspoudlng date of 1895 the condition was 9b The estimates on acreage are to a certain exfcnt unreliable owing to the Met that a large per cent of the crop remains to he sown Preparations were undoubtedly begun foran unusually lajga acreage but the injury to early wheatand the delay in get ting the late wheat in the ground will affect the acreage and estimates to be made next month will be takan as final The estimated acreage at this date taking the state is 107 as compared with acreage of 1897 The largest increase is shown in the low counties of the south ropIlis grown Here the acreage is estimated at 117 as compared with 1897 The acreage in the central section is 103 and in the western 105 as compared with 1897 A Vcdl tb nevear A well known beggar who for more than twenty years has frequented tho neighborhood of tha paris opera hotfss and the Church of St Roch was pros trated by sunstroke He was tojcen to the hospital of La Charlie where bank notes amounting to 300000 francs were discovered in a leathern belt the men dicant patient wortil Fastest Swimming Animal Tho otter Is the fastest swimming quadruped known In the water Iit exhibits an astonishing agility swim ming In a nearly horizontal position with the greatest ease diving and dart- Ing along beneath the surface with a speed equal if not superior to that of many fishes Growth of a City Melbournowhlch consists of thirteen huts and was known as Beargrasa at the time of Queen Victorias ascension U now classed as the seventh city of tho British empire comiig In after London Liverpool Glasgow Man tr Trnlngham and Calcutta GOOD FARMS In Daviess countv the best county in Western Kentucky The best county in the state The best mariret in the state for tobacco wheat corn potatoes tomatoes and the only market for cornstalks which yield 12 per acre Ovcensbor the county seathas 18000 population is on the Ohio river and has three railroads best schools in the stale We have farms for sale ranging from rJtbemrJJ Tract No ioa acres 7 mile from OwouHboro in Howe neUtnborbood on Calhoua road high leyol laud creek on ono lIne small house and barn 18 acres of clover rest of land in fine state of cultivation prlco only an acre Tract No 4193 acres near Worthing ton on railroad It miles west of Owens boro lovol laud nearly all cleared splendid for wheat and burley tobacco there Are several smut houses and two tobacco barns wo will divldo this tract Into ro acre tracts price 5O per acre Terms on all onotulrd cash balance Iu one twd and thrfce years Wo sell land cheaper than anybody oUo In this part of tbo state Write for our list of farm- sWILLIAMS LITTLE 214 12 Third St OwensboroKy rOd U qrutlTf EIMUtQUltin II tltHBII ti urnum1lWHITES CREAM d VJJJE p t u FOR 20 YEA VSgHas led all Worm Romodloi EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED BOLD EVERYWHERE Tmtnt bl It IOKS liducnteCeararetsT forercalOawci Is or n RIng oat the oia lxigInthaew- Singpnttholalao Ringin the tn liVe bring to you the new and true from tie ptoey forests of Norway N DR BELL- SPisieTarHonei 6 p U Natures most natural remedy improved byrscience to a PleAsant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfacescof the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coiighworn Lungs are ejdiQa rated t the microbebearing mucus is cutoutt the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thereCIs no Inclination to cough SOLO BY ALL QOOD DRUOQIST If hiU Only 25s 60o sad tlOOSIxtr C SURE YOU GET Ir lills PIiTsrlsiisy 1MIt a hAiria4 LMai CJPak Ij- I I Keep Posted lBy a speciali arrangement and for a short time only we will offer the Twicea Week COurierJournalANDllE News Leader q One Year For Only 125 The CourierJournal has the BEST war news ser vice of any of them and you get it twice a week with the NewsLeader making three papers a week or 156 papers a year for only a Dollar and a Quarter This offer is open to all oldl subscribers to the NEWSLEADER who plv up and one year in advance and to any new subscribers We consider this one of the mostliberal offers made and there is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war news and home news as well Address communications to E L DAVISON Jn Pub NEWSLEADER Springfield Ky ACTIVE 8OLIOITORH WANTED every whero for Tho Btofy of tho Philip commlAlonedbthe War Department The book was writ ton In army camps at Ban Francisco on thobOSllltalstheIDSUrgIlDt InhuBonanza for aconU Iii Imful of original photograbexs CreditJPTODwarbookStar Insurance Bldg Chicago The requirements of a medicine is to ghten the burden of paid and cure his brings us to tho question of a rem edy and Tablert Buckeye Pile Ointment the only remedy for Mind bleeding protruding plies that is endorsed bj plijHlclana Cures the most obstlnnta tithes Haydoi A Robo taon Honor MostlasctoatJnjrlnTen the age Always ready to entertain It lfUrequire no kill to oper ate It and reproduce the music of band orches tras vocollxts or Instru mental Boloiitt Thercls nothing like lIfer an erenlnjEi entertainment Other totalled talkIng racIne reproduce nly records ot cutenddried aubjecti specially- reparect In a laboratory but the Qraphonhone not limited to such performances On theIroacan CIIsH1lbak and rcpiodoco records of the voles or sax sound Thus it constantly awakens new interest ana ts charm is ever men Jho reproductions ore lear and brW- 1antrUles Ire stH r si- Msnafctnred ttonuder the tetents of B11 Tileter Edison andfsodOna1 Our sstabllshment II hand- srtere or the wrl for TIkhIE izw5 McAine Sappl1eI wxu oraaaioeu Phonograjph Co DEPARTMENT a0 No Olt Pennsylvania A1WASHINGTON Dr 0 Now York torifi Chicago itnitlinarWashIngton t ijc ta We0 Mean It For You Whejn we say wo have the largest stock of Dry GoodltFurnishing Goods Shqes plothing Carpets etc of 1any House In town and we Want yoa to came in and frIcaour goods when w will coriace you that we lAre selling them at lQOrpiCGS than ever before f r Q1 Dress febod3 f Qur stock of dress goods is varied In colored Serges Cashmeres Tricots Coverts Novelties etc Black Serges Broadcloths Mohairs Crepons Dinins NoyeltieSr etc Trimrniiigs in Bcaidi Silk Velvetetc to match any dress iagoods y Shoes for Everybody r 4 V We are leaders in Mens Womens and Childrens Pine J Shoes MenjS and Boyshigh cut Shoes and Boots Cbil J X drens School Shoes The John B Lewis best chJol W shoemiide W bave ome jobs in womens luG shojSs iflP- nA StEGIAL PRICES Me sand Ladies Furnishings You cant affofdript to see our sttvjk of Mans and Lad ies Furnishings We are selling Mens Fancy Shirts and 3GreatGapes and Reefers all styles and prices Plush Gapes as low as S3 OQ Handsomely trimmed Yon must see theaalo apreiatetheme t r j Mens and Boys Clothing Note this following prices on Clothing Metis Wotfl Suits 450 c p Meris Fine Wool Suits Iff 00 v X 4Idens Fine Overcoats tOO MfnfvStorm Overcoats 500 r Glens Mucintsh Coats 160 Mens Gum Gouts 150 Boys and Childrens Suits Overcoats and Mackintoshes J proportionately low J Price our Carpets Rugs Oil Cloths Wall Paper etc before youburwo will save you money V The old adage Mon yr Talks fa very effective in our house for we Always make special prices to Cash buyers Cullllillghaffl DttBCRJl mmmmmmmm r1 J M BURTON Cr R HABIIOIT BEN HATDON SB i r JauRToN V fcEX HAYDOK Sk MAXXOBIU UndertaKers and Funeral Dir ctois rrI COFFINS t CASKETS BURIAL 3 I PROBES OI OF ALL KINDS q FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered proaptlf lay t 1 ornfRbt is t The services oLan EX 5R1ENCED EUALMLR a graduate from a school o embalming been engaxcci r 4 jjEfAOAN BLOcKIPRIIGiIIELD K rA fI r ictA vvQIar W TAr JIitwr i The Old Reliable BnggYJ IsstiUlin the Lead Another carload just f r II in No trouble to shbw Buggies and ija r S v S ness and can t 1 8 SAVE ou MONEY IJ = ComeDownandseeME ISt I Down Town Blow Thompson Hotel A9A A VA iIB4 AY 4V w4 1 Four Cardinal Pointst fOWld m jVr 1ieveryThe mAterialaaost W W tW huta 9 J Fittng mat K pfct tt t 1r x I StbeUlhk itffAnd finally the It rr woemanship anti T L1llrIOct eNcatanlnWc SF Itnby nnlung these irpoiMa k Way garment they mskaadby eestic tit1 for more than aayetn tlUc d MBOBNCaT- ta r tlc Brut tttaii fcrTnHave reached the proud poekion of b Snc tW f IS acknowledged leading Custom Tats k tAmerica i Ycii can make no stekth ortefeg mr ciMdw ill Zt N9 iifanCyfIrlCe3sreworlds tdAndchokeopateaJ you ton ulhllk year whctha je i V JrcCUNNiNCH AMLODUN AN AGENTS SPRINGFIELD KY 1 A y T1 1t1t U IiarrnoIhII II ThuvEYMA4I II s tat BEST ri I 1111 = tovrnvr Fast andsafe Eor es J and rtliae drivers Ii E = 5 SPECIAL ATTENTION = giv nio owHt l = 1 t 5 Livery oottnectioa with theF S Spririgfleld teL 9t 9t IE Ewuil 1ftt 2 rM4i4KYr 2 4 t = ts iuhH Li L C1tSSfLLf6Mc GUI8 x 47 0 to ItA Md7ta81Jtj 01111 IAMcOho2dRcbertanWg I l t flJBERHHoRp 4 DEHTJSf 60m Ra T BuntJr- tfJ i 9 PIU GFULDitt 3 1DR J H tAMPTON LOFICE iorsm ctetitrtr ctMuta office j ORj5FRINEIRTI i 1OFFICE HOURS 12 to 2 p m- EVERYDAY j4SrKNFIELDY fi i IBMrOB M j RESIDENT DENTIST HfETH EXTRACTED t WITHOUT PAIN I I orflcThi J ock11i Vilrs e SPBINGPIELD Or t AU Dental Work Strictly Firstclass r L ctlF NEIKIRK ATTORNEY ATLAW IOFFICE With a Ct McCHo i w ELAYRROOM tforil r at Law T Spoofai Attention given fo the cpl rv leetfon of notes ted ocounte i Oce witli W 3 kcOhbtd IJ SPRINGFIELD KY nreka Saloon I 1keflp consUntty on bond slx I J your old McriNA Wmstv eaido for medicinai uset qQ ClljLger Beer sTap rj BiG SCHOONERS11 C I ThoIP44 Irp SPBINGWfcLfc ir vtJ f f C ENSORS BLACKSMITH SHOP f f Horseshoeing Carriage Repairing gad General Blacksinithing All work guaranteed to give qdtisfftbtton mt the Casey shop i p t SPRINGFIELD KY jj CKKA1iALxa ItITeApplTMtotaviMltCc UItttJ1MeerNd M 1 unU tDiMgU briMUswpl oloc6Tsa d MT OTHE1I8 M rnea fit Nw York cur = BftllitfdaSaovr Liniment the most ntrt1sg liniment lathe world It- t wjr6H JM nInIaannaUonfa1I Jctnds e quicker thA ahy other kuow remody- rrieo Me Every bottle gwaranteed Jfnviloa JcHoberUntt t s J Ms1IU ls S To tt tetMeeUJ HI fivit b- ft rotlctfttt 9t 11teflhlMTI ai cnrb 1JMrWO etlef UIMTta1Utroef ArUr lie Grll Owe AQCrM oa BM a4 ste3 l3 Astv AMree Wi 1O CMe r yedt WAfTBD 1 TnMttwertky tvt i ses in thw MaUl to m jo oar sinosKln tlMrir own 1iIMIrbv CON 1uI IiMflyo1ee Mke ted 4 1flIiO ry s c JMHN Ade1I9 e 0 4 Etis i1ry Mth1yPL Mr- ctUlu I4 4nvotucrL B nM4Pept f 11110 4 Iy i TIN1EADERM J ftHt f 1- II jlaltTIi election was quiet aftd dry ia this county iIan1 agent for firstclass fire ana life insurance companies Office with Judge Litsey PAT SIMMS Do you Wtit to buy a gun If ao go to MoElroy Shultz and examine their line of revolvers just received All styles and prices THE NewsLeader will be sent to any address from now until January 1 1900 for only One Dollar WrTED1 will jay the high est market cash price for turkeys geese ducks chickens and eggs 0 Q McGiLL Springfield Ky DONT forget that a penalty of 6 per cent will be added on all taxes not paid before Itec 1st and taxpayers will save money arid trouble by settling with me before that tine H B PowEtL Sheriff im Chautauqua Circle will meet at the home of Miss Jennie Browns on Thursday Nova 17th An attractive program has been arranged and the proceedings will doubtless be interesting FOR 1EHTA house and lot in Springfield Well located Reasonable rent For particu j Jars inquire at the NEWSLeader office DONT forge the oyster supper to be given by the ladies of 1thelecture room Saturday evening Oysters served in any style dur 1lugj Proceeds for the benefit of the 7church4 JuDtisi PATTESON after re i using bail to Arch Colvjfr in dicted for the murder of Silas Coulter reconsidered his action and fixed his bail at 3000 The bond was furnished ad Colvin was released to appear for trial at the February term of courtC B F SETTLE onJ 10Ul prominent farmers gave a corn ISl1owat Maud last SaturdayS vThere were fivq en trifeiT as blows George Corng stock Ben Jile Ham Shehan G W Thomas and LKStilese The judgesl weroTom Dupan Titfe Floy and SamGreer Sr who awarded the first raremium to L K StiLes for the best 12 ears and Ham Sheha the sec ond REV IN YOHANNAN of LoA isville will preach at the Bap tist church next Sunday mom big and nights His theme Bt night will be Persia and tue GospeL Mr Yohahnan is a s native Persian and has been studYing in this couiftry for three or four years proposIng to return as a missionary to his own people E gifybody is cordially invitedto attend the services TtfB workof slaughteribg turkeys and all kinds of poultry was begun at the establishment of Ct 0 McGillon Monday Some oftbt men engaged in the work are experts in the business and the process is an interesting one The fowls are bemg dressed and will be put in cold storage until they can be shipped to the market They will be shipped in refrigerator cars and in carload lots onyTh most of the poultry will go to the eastern cities CIRCUIT COURT adjourned on Monday after rather dull session There were no convictions for felony Two negroes Lazarus Tucker and John Brooks the former indicted for incest and the latter for housebreaking were not tried and the adjournment of court were released on their own recognizance to ap pear at tho next term They had been in jail ior several months The grand jury returned twentyfive indictments CONSIDERABLE excitement was created among the colored pop ulati n last week by the action of Will Hurley a young negro- wio for soveralooysJI11dnights created a smallrIgnof terror in the neighborhood of his form er home on High street To begin withHurley for aome wrong real pv imaginary set tlpon and badly beat lila wife Fannie and Would have killed her bjttflie not been driven off Foiled in his Irst attempt the fellow hung bout in the ticinityof his home and at one time threw rocks thrUghthewindo at the woman Httrloy soemed so de termined inbis attempt at wife murder that some ot the negroes guarded the house against at tack jFinailyj on Saturday even ing 1darshalohnGracereceivedL hiding in the house of Lizzie Hardin and he went there to attempt his capture The negro made a breakforUbertywhen- corneredbrtheMarsnal and did succeed in getting away but not until he had been fired upon several times Grace says that the negro fell atone of the shots but got up again and made off and has not been heard of since Election in the County The election in the county 4 passed off Quietly enough and there was a light vote polled AttJ the hour of going to press it impossible to hOar from three outlying precincts North Hen dren and Brush Grove Based on the votes at these places in previous elections and with the returns ifom the other voting places the majorities of the Dem ocratic candidates Hobson and Smith are placed at between 175 and 200 votes Below we give the vote as far as heard from These figures are accurate as far astheygor Springfield No 8 Hobson 85 Jones 11 Smith 7ii Blandford t 104 Springfield No 9Hobson150 Jones 41 Smith 121 Blanford sir Springfield No 10 Hobson 25 Jones 8BSmit 121 Bianfotd 84 WlmsbnrgBobson 70Jones 07 Smith 75 Blanford 105 Mackville Hobson 114Johes 9 Smith 112 Blanford 79 Pottsville Hobson 96 Jones 59 Smith 87 Blanford 55 Kelleys Short Hobson 98 Jones 48 Smith 98 Blanford 48 Fredericktown gives Hobson and Smith majorities of 93 and Mooresville gives the Democratic candidates 83 majority Teacher4 Association The Washington County Teachers sO1IaUon will be hel4 at the Bigh- choo1bnUdlng this plpe Saturday November 12 Following Is tho pro ram Opening AddressJby YlcePrealdent Nature Studies fofSbfio Schools Miss Hettie Bodd Talk on Bekttlng Miss LIzzio Pordom Cooperation of Home and School Miss Nannie Campbell Inducements for Punctuality in Attendance Miss Ella Duncan The Moral Element in Teaching Miss Alice Joe Friday Afternoon Exercises Miss Besale Claybrooke How to Conduct a Recitation A Miss Ida Hilton i ewards and PuntehmeWa Miss Lizzie Lie Ltfe and Character of Stanley Hall William H Wburton Common Sobooifcaw of Kentucky Supt J W Bush ograpb1 Mrs Mattie Harmon How to Teach Elementary Language Miss Kate Nuna- nMOORESVILLt from Our Regular Correspondent The infant child of Mr Ike Lynebs died last Thursday of spasms It was seven days old Mr Ben Pile raised a sweet potato that weighed six pounds and Mr Charles Shehan raised a pumpkin tbat weighed 85 Ibs Mr James Menar who was killed in Louisville by Huesman was born and raised here and Robert Cutsnger who robbed his dead body also formerly ltve4 here Mr Louis Hines and wife nee Maggie Sharp ascompanled by John Sharp and Miss Artie Jacob all of Garrard countv visited friends and relatives here last week Miss Estella Ellis is visiting Miss Susie Hardin at Bloomfield this week- J M Walls house IB cOrn pleted and Is a handsome struc tureiCroako Co shipped two car loads of stock from Booker and one from Wood Lawn last Saturday Mike Troutman sold 12year old gelding to Duncan Ohesser Jrrfpr thirty dollars John A Boblett has sold bis farm Jo Jas Benbaus and will remove to Early tPimea about Jan 1st Messrs Jeteoa Lyddgne Owen jeilig sad Wallace Scay were iar Springfield Sunday peRSOlJ7 Mrs Kate Wflllanls was fn Lbnla ville yesterday CoL Nicholas McDowell and Nick McDowell Jr were here IViduy last 2Mlas Annie Ounpingbam goes to Iioulsvllle this week for a vIsit to rel atlvMi IMissJennie Withers of Ft Worth Texas Is visiting at the home ot S M Karrlcfc Misses Jessie Williamsand Martha Hays of Maud were in town Bator day last Mrs Florence OSufllvan and son Edward of Lebanon are visiting Miss Willie Kriolt Misses Lfiusie Jlole and Mary Kirk and Mrs W H Sweeney of Lebanon wore here last week Hiss Ellen Wathen of Bardstown Junction Is here for a several weeks visit to friendsanelreJatives tMIss Ada Shuck and Miss Zudlo Harris of Lebanon were the guests of Miss Sallle McElroy Sunday Mr Graham Vreeland of the Courier Journal was a guest at the home of 0 O McOhord last week Mrs B P Deats and children have returned from a visit to relatives In Nelson county Mrs John W Lewis Mrs George- D Robertson and Miss Mattle Hob ertson attended a euchre given by Mrs 0 0 Cambrbn at Lebanon Tues day Lieut W O Reed of Company KratKentukyre1manttwaagreeting the streets hero Tuesday Ho is direct from a hospital at Philadelphia and lately from Porto Pico He is thinner than when he left herewith the army but otherwise looks well Will Is pleased with army life and has many entertaining experiences to relate Ho Is qn sick leave and as the regiment will probably bo sent back this hontb he will not go to Porto Rico tit rejoinj it 5E MON NOTES The Rooord Aprotra ckd t was be gun at the Bardstown Baptist church Sunday by Rev I Trotter Rev John H Eager of Louisville arrived last evening and will assist in the meeting which promises to be exceeding ly interesting and will doubtless result in much good Tom Lewis and George fur phy two negroes engaged in an altercation at Bloomfield Sunday night during which Lewis was shot by Murphy and seriously wounded The weapon used was a pistol and the ball struck the negro in the head but it is cot thought that it penetrated the bratn Wm Batsel a negro was be fore Judge Daugherty Friday on a cbargo of stealing a watch from Dr Jams Mqir Batsel was employed on the premises of Dr Muir and found the watch in an outhouse where it bad in advertently been left by its owner The timepiece was alter wards recovered and the negro arrested and tried as stated above It seems there was not much in the case as Batsel was released on his own bond to ape pear at the next term of circuit court Diphtheria is now in Bards town Three cases so fur have been reported namely a little daughter of Mr J H Browns which is now about well achild df Mr W H Bemiss and a child of Mr Al Flanders The last two named cases were in a se yore form and the little patients were in rather a critical condi tion Antitoxine is being used in both cases and a tube has been inserted in the Flanders childs throat There are one or two more cases of the dread disease threatened but have not as yet develoved No new cases of scarlet fever have appeared within the past ten days and it is hoped that the disease has run its c se The Successful Remedy for NASAL CATARRH must be nofrkritatiBg easy of application and one that will by Its own action reach thq Inflamed and diseased rfac ELYB CRBAM BALH combines the ltn partAbt requisites of quick action and kpe clflo curative powers with perfect safety to the patient This agreeable rodbdy has mustered catarrh as nothing else has and both physicians and patients freely concede Afldroggistschoerfullyacknowldge skUlks been reached The most diatreas tdg symptoms quickly yield tOIL In acute cases the Balm Imparts almost Instant relief By Abaction Catarrhal stUJorers shoold rememoef that Elys Cream Balm tho only catarrh tem edit which iia quickly and thoroughly abo scrbed by the diseased membrane It does not dry tip the secretions but Changes them to It lltrpld and odorJeH condition and finally to a natural and hballhy car acter TneBalin caa be found atany drug store or by sending cento to Ely Brothers 53 Warren 8U New York It will be mailed gulbasal passages allays Inflammation thereby stopping pain IIn the head heals and pro teeth the membrane and etoN the senses oftite and smell the Balm is applied directly into tba soitri- lsNSLEADERL a year tTIE EXdAECB OFSYIOP W His andaimpllcityatto tho caw stid skill with which it Is processesknownCo only and wo wisli to Impress upon thetrueofFlgsinnmnnfactureby only a knowledge of that fact will worthlessimitationsbyothcrpartics mootcathasgivenxnakoatheguarantyoftha IStarandbowelsweakenlugnauseate In order to get ita beneficial oftheCompany CALIFORNIA FIG Snup CO IlLUJcttaoe 7AVTILLE ET sitw lottMi arfi L1 V iTW F P CALDWELL ATTORNEYATLAWAND Court Stenographer fieJJositlons Court Reporting all kinds of Shortnand and Typo writer workfOffice with W a McCI- dtSPWNOFJELDKY MRS A D MARKS I ltptyDressmakerIIand i 1 and see my work and J IIt10n prices I can be found l rooms over Postofflcfe SPRINGFIELD KY l f Transfer Wagon RUN BY S E CLEMENTS Headquarters T Scott Mayes Undertaking aud Furniture store I desire to notify the public that I am prepared to do all kinds of hauling Telepbone No 17 or leave orders Special attention given to delivering trunks or moving household furniture S E CLEMENTS A Mare BUgn of Droop HonrsonoM in a child tbat ia subject tocrouj la a Into Indication of the ap preach of tbo dlscato If Chamberlains CoUgh Remedy Is given as soon the child becomes hoarse or even af the croupy couKb has appeared It will pro yhohavethorn mnch trouble and Worry it can always bo depended upon and It pleas ant to take Hav don ft Robe- rtsonCASTOR iIAPer Infants amd Chililren Thi Kid Ysi HmAlwajs Bkt hears th- o8ipatvo of I arm for Rent- I have for rent my farm situated on the Bardstown road about four miles from Spring field and containing 100 aorps with a good comfortable dwell ing on itFor further particu lars call on or address Miss SALLIE MUDD tf Springfield Ky A KmNKY PEMHAM- Eyivea Vp- ihaver by Feln r oto3fe Dam O Auff 27 183 My daughter after obelng treated bi four doctors and being given up for los neighbor reoommended Foleys Kid Walbjeveralwould have lost Iorlt was not t r your mediclbe Hespectfnlly MM rY DAILBY WANttED Several Trustworthy Persons In this state to manage out triearbycountiesat holtno 851atyattdgMtWOOycaran- dexpensesdefinite boa finde no more no less salary Monthly p75 Meeth ences Endow MlfntddreMed t mtJed PrOittJQputmcnt A RITAb TIIL l During tho Battle of San i iii go SlClt QR WLAtIUsHNI- GWE4AND DiY Ih Santiagoderola efforts in dotting AmtinitJton and Ballon to the Front Saved the Dayv I tt1tJnRfromBays Wd all had dmfrhoea In mote orlwa- vidlent fonn and wlten uro landed we had no liMGto soo n doctor font this a tokejpand nttlcto bet tbanks o fcbaOibeflftlns Colic Cholera mid iJiarrbHfc iwekeejOcirhoSlthJ at one critical tUne this meklcltio was an Indirect savior to cmr army fof it the packers haj been unable to work there suppliesreadsthatMy com rade tQJaylo loft Ttmpa and I know In toUt cases abSolutely saved my Ufoi The above Intter was Wrfttefl lo tbo raunufactutors of this modlctfle the DCRMolntsIao tHE MARKETS The following table represents tho prices Sprfngtleldbythe12 oclock Wodnejulay Nt la tubjectffo tondvlcesfromWheat per bd to to ffi Corn per bu 85 to 40 Oatsfperjta to 85 Bypcrbn 50 23lfixlothy00nay1imothyHay lloier per cwt 4fr W 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnished by the Louisville Llvo Stock Jtfnrnal 321 Vest Ham Streets Lou isvffie Kr- Extraahlpping Ha47fi Light shipping 4 50a4 18 Best butcher steers 4 03a4 65 2aCommonThin rough steers poor down and calawags 3ftajl5 00OXenFeeders Ji 4 al M Stockers 4 ni75 Bulls SftQaSBO Veal Calves 75a6 00 MUCH COWS Choice much cows35Fait to good 1500m25 BOOS Choice packing dud butchers 2261btoSOOb 410 Fair good packing 180 Ib t0200lbi 410 Good to extra light 100180 Ib 4 at 10 Fatshoats 120160 Ib S 603 90 F shoats 100120 Ib 3 4Ua3 60 Pigs 00 to Ibs 875aS25 Roughs 150400 Ib tOeS 40 BHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 8 S9a3 50 Fatr to good 8a325 Common to medium 3 afl 00 flicks 3 a350 Skips and ecallawngs per bead GOal 00 Extra spring lambs seat 00 253175FAItTaDtnds 2 60a3 00 am4 Whli cored atboutewlUi 01 DookoiiUcuJaTllmt It Costs No More to become the possessor ofa hlg1igradcrcl1abis Coal than it does one of those HI fitting and cheaply made garments with which the country is flooded Mote than 200 styles for Ladles randr I Look ijI Label theI fat IUL colUrtft a paante el ttjlftthe IJ perfett fit and en neetb yourebnyinf the best iklrt mkdea that graeit and beitiUfies the Cgute as ao other garatnt caa Out reputation far handlkg ie test of everything emphatically Now piadlaoUtCIoakDtp1rtd1tntI Millinery Cloaks Capes and Skirts at same room occupied last spring MRS S G MANSFIELD SNVRUPcqN In 1887 Mr Thomaa Mclnto h ot Allen town Tend had an attack oftlyaentery WhIch bocamo chronic 11 was treated by the best phyBlclatm East Tennessee without tt cute he Rays Finally I tried chamberlains Colic Cholera and DtarrtoeaXetuedy After ullng about twelve bottles I was cured sound and Well Hajrdon Ifobcrtson The CLOAK ir t t1I dl IJEPARTMENIIIIII1 r tr c ofHcCHORD ROBERTSON t 2 tiIdIs J thingsl Lt41 from the cheapest to the finest In Plain Lk and Rougheffects t 1i effectswt L J t H iCa 4s 1051500 r Misses and Childrens Jackelit In all i tf W sizes find Kinds 1f i Infants Wraps a lDlceassortuentj j tn Readymadfl Skirts made up in flrst tJclass style and they tit jftl 4 f New designs in Ladies and Childrens tFurs r lPoll line Eddies naMisses Walking Jft I r flats Sailors Tarn OSbaiitcrs and rt 4 41 Caps t Jb i Ghiterens and Infants headgear of lcal kinds x Prices are right Styles all the llateit i J Cal1lin and see them No trouble to 4f show goods ii A i MeGhoird C M = fiobeifsonktkk j iU t6jI tI GsMAx SFCLRMFNT T1 M4 I tJfl L r 1 tprSTSMAYESSGO 3tltso aw gjp i Undertakers and 3- 2c t DeaJersqtit- 5r JtiV ifc- m 4 XX Ai 3 i vj A4 V We toike a ipeeiafiyI of emtalmfng brkr wtich ic done bY Mr eienicnts a graduate ofa scbcclofem 4f balming and we carry eterytfiing m dertakingo gj goods and our stock is COMPLETE in every detaiLg 1 Calls promptly attended to day find nights 4 1 j gOur t Suitsvfi futhturcehni l j t MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD KY fi ii p + u + 1 + + + t ii69 D DDPII A BUSINESS EDUCATIONf 3t5 11 to or would win suoaoss laJih Thisbeing conceded Jt1aof the Stat ImportueeSo IIt ieee oi training at the school that stands In thiexy hunt rankUta W BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY Ii Bookkeeping rIWrlteforbeauUfnI HHeadqvaersd rtJ 1 FOR THE F4RMERS Lrf t J1 We handle all kinds of Farming Impleatt ments and Wagons and tarry a completeI i line of Fine f i Buggies Ptetous Surreys Eo j SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS The best wheat drill on the market One and two IJ horse sizes J I jH f RiWe b Y8nd8selIEIay and Grain anda11- kinds i j It7 f ofiseed 1 u I i THOMPSON I TARti l SPRINGFIELD JKY J11L tNEW LIVERY FHtM f j f WHARTOS1TAPP IaNoW Ready for BusitlesWith FirstC1Tr i J Acc mIfiQaattolf8I t t GOOf HORSES GOOD BUGGIES rJ f ISpeciali The BHt AccoeiitOttJcr T aU Jack W Thdmpsons old stand SPBItfGFJtfLD JeT t r t for Infants nnd Children I 4Jto ndYou Have Always BoulitI T BEARS TH SIGNATURE OF 4 J i Y7 411- J J J j f L In Use For Over 30 Years lJ TMURYTftCY frWVOCtTY I t JAII I t DECADENCEi i j wftER POSSESSIONS DWINDLING AND v HER POWER VANISHING J nce Her Army svnil Na17 Wore Faiaons j Ior Their Irowcss What BUe Ua Xost t IB Tiro Ccnlorlcs IVIille Oilinr Woto- cr AcquirIng 6Iie nt ItotTnllilU I v onhIs accession to the Spanish throne Philip found hlmsolf rulerpf1 the greatest empire the world had seen since Rome was at the zenith or1tsI JI V power Its navies were famous for thefr greatness and they ruled the N ocean its armies were famous for their prowess she nwayed the destIn lea cf Europe had possessions in all the continents and may be said to I i owned the Americas North and C South Ssoauer Jphnson writing as Irecently as 1740 when complaining of I 1the poor peoples hardships said r Aro there no regions yet unclaimed by Spain 1 j jV Quick let us rise those happy lands 4lexploreJ iJ And Lear oppressions insolence no t- more 1 TfV Tha Spanish empire was the result of marriages conquest and discoveries 1 i ST Its decline anti tall may bo ascribed tot r 4Vtt jhi the ruthless character of Ute Spanish jM f people The Inquisition and bull fight- lagIcl were evolutions from this char HfwV actcrJ Torquemada and the matador v were Pr cruel than the nature of then ople required Cardinals were H f J v frequently prime piinlsters aad Tam crIane never treated Central Asians f moro mercilessly than Spain treated the Indiana of North America When Columbus discovered St Domingo it hAd a pppulation of 2000000 In 1530 s this population hal dwindled to 350 i 000 Cortes in Mexico and Plsarro Peru were Ideal Spanish conquerors Iu the latter part of Philips reign Spain Tbst all or nearly all of her deIpecdcpcies in North Africa and early in the next reign Burgundy Naples Sicily andthe Milanese 1609The Netherlands IG2tMaJ aCeylon Java and other Islands b y 1610Portugal v Sl1C48Spaln renounced all tttt Holland c1aIlIltof T1 1C4 Brabant and parts of Flanders r t- 1CW Maeatricht Hortosenbosch f Breda BergenopZoom and manyI other fortresses in tho Low Countries 1 4iI In this year also she tacitly Burrea tIered supremacy on the seas to Nortn- l I ern Europe t 1659 Housillon and Cardague Those places were ceded to France thus makirfg the Py enees the bound ary between the two countries Flandersifers1704 Oibraltar t J 1704 Majorca Minorca and Ivlzza settleL4 1794 St Domingo i tI 1800 Louisiana fr I i1802 Trinidad r v 1815 Florida v 181021 Mexico Venezuela Colom ArrI na Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua San Salvador Haytl San Domingo be sides numerous Islands retalnlngnot a r foot of ground in America During all those years while other nations were discovering new regions or capturing those discovered or con quered by Spain tho land of the CId Campeador was going steadily down the hULTbe only time she stood still for a moment was in 1860 when Marshal ODonnell took Tetuan and I MoorsIV ascendan I V cy S pain had population of 20400000 hi thet1me of Ferdinand and Isabella 12000D00 and in thu beginning of the I eighteenth century oily 6000000 T- he4Pievet = r PeeODtut 1 I Prevention is always better than possibleButcured that prevention becomes the natural act of that instinct of self preservation which is the first law- of rjature Pneumonia can be pre r vented And is often cured by the use 4 of Ayers Cherry PectoraL- Some ycsm ago I lad a severe cold sad was threatened with pneumonia I could neither eatnor deep and wa in a Wretched condilion I procured a bottle of Ayers JI Cherry Pectoral and tcolc it according to the t Jt dirccuons and at tho end of fif teen djiw ta as well ned Bound as before tho attaclcI Lava reconnnendcd it ia many cases of pneu fAUtIn effecting a riJOHN HENRY St Joseph MI was attacked with a cold that settled on tnyjoagB I4nd defied lEo skill fifniy gJciaagio that they considered me incurable At last I began to Ayers Cherry Pectoral bi and wss entirely cured after baring taken two bottles v- HJAJCISCOABEVERIANO A Tnunt- onMasiAllcs S v + J i c it OcITJ peeIOlJ t tit is put nttiri halfsize bottles at hail t t jricerGO ntgjj c present population i about 1800000- 0It may be said in conclusion that ed ucatlon in Spain ia limited to comparatively few Thirty 6r forty years ago it was no disgrace ft r a Spanish gran dee not to be able to write his name Iteftuoor IlintoKrnphSlndlo Refiners ot nitrate of silver forthe ase of phfftographerr said a man en gaged in this line ot business In New York to a reporter recently have agents travelling coj sUntly all over the United States collecting the waste clippings of sensitlatd paper that cumulate In every photographic gal lory They bur all they can find and pay for it in new nitratd allowing the php tograyhers a good ro md prlco for tIhelr wasteiThe waste Is shipped to the refiners 1ratedI was originally and is sold for just as much The refiners of cwrso make a big- pthfltoutOf the wate and the photo grapher is able to feel a good supply of material for thf old scraps that would otherwise bo of no use to hjm When one thinks of the great num her of photograph gll rlea and studios in the country and the fact that the waste paper of tbtm all la closely gathered by the renders at a price that will average 1 a p und he may get some idea of the pre portion of a bus ness that is utterly unknown cuUlde of the persons directly Interested In the trade Not only the scraps of all Yes sensitized paper but those of tho paper treated with a solution of gold are eagerly sought by the refiners and the photographer is always very will Ing to exchange hb accumulation ot- to him worthless waste for a new stock of valuable nitrate The Japanese have entered largely Into the manufacture of matches are now exporting 2500000600 andI MODERN ARMY SURGERY For Good Reuona th Work of tbo Sorceoa nCln When Wounded Stench HcwpltaU There eems to be a mlsapprehen slon on the part of a good many per medlcalsenicefwho had been detailed for the Porto Tllco campaign There is no sort of doubt that there Isa general misunderstanding of what is required of a surgeon in time of battle Many com plaints have been made of lack of prompt surgical attention to the wounded at Santiago and an absence of system It ia asserted that there were not enough if any litter bearers except the Red Cross volunteers and few li any ambulances that tho wounded had to make their way unaided to the rear or else be carried by ablebodied comrades who were needed Inthe racks There may be truth in these charges but if there is the blame should not be laid on the medical au thorities in Washington Nothing coaJd bo better than the system de vised by them and if there was i failure at Santiago the surgical staff there must be held to account For the division hospital 3 per cent of the en listed force is detailed The able bodied men thus taken from the ranks aye subjected to severe discipline are thoroughly drilled and have absolute and entire charge of tho wounded from the moment they fall until they pass into the hands of the surgeons in the hospital These men are provided with stretchers and are expected to keep close on the heals of the advancing line to pick up the wounded The complaint that there wan no surgical attention en the field is based on a misunderstanding For good rea sOIlS the work of the surgeon does not begin until the wounded are brought the hospital This hospital must toI 6utsido the range of bullets and and far enough in the rear to be secure dgalnst demolition or injury In a mo mentary retreat ChangM In Koynl TUtu An interesting writer has lately pointed out that the children of Print Arthur the only son of the Duke Connaught who is himself third son ofI the queen will no longer be Royal Highnesses but merely nobles and should these children have childrenII they will bo obliged to selves with the commonplac prefix Mr It is this fact that has Induced the queen to issue letters patent under the seal declaring that the children ofI the eldest son or the Prince of Wales shall have and at all times hold and enjoy the style title or attribute of Royal Highness Hitherto these children of the Duke of York had noI right to being so termed They were just plain princes and their children wouldSfaje no better than their cou Blnstof Con aught This state of af fairs results from the queen living to lee three generations of her direct heirs and it doubtless set her to thInk- ing how Grandpapa Wales would liket having an untitled greatgrandson with no place in the royal procession Until the issue of these letters patent VictorIawereeyes of tho Jaw It seems odd toI Americans that this decree of thoI AIweIghtAI hearts but what say the ConnaughtsI to being left out in the plain Your GraceJtandMrY They havent beenbencfitted and what Is1 to become io them a hundred years hence ittrr i IIIiftJDtM Less specfrlravels further han much brat j i If ct first you dont succeed fall fall i 1SigI 1njIj wheel Fine feathers never showed yrheer I one foot forward v Look before you leap the road may be Ellppery Answer fools and scorchers accordt Ing to their folly Ij A repair In times like to save the of IItst Borrowing Is the poorest method of waking both sOds meet A wrench left at homo will not tight en a nut on the read Ho that lights and rides away will live to ride another day A miss is as good as a mile on the front scat of a tandem A father is a treasure a brother a comfort but a bicycle is both SA little saddle like a little knowledge is often a dangerous thIngIA puncture in the tire is worth two in Fhe oil canto the repairer tHow everyone dislikes the rider WhOj Is never surprised at anything One good side slip is more satisfy ary ing to falls the slipper than a doen ordin tI It Is really astonishing how much patience some clumsy riders have with themselves nlghtI l Mamma Thats hocauso you had so IItII think they is coin to same fls play In ghost I like nightmares They is real tunNew York Weekly rL IHoYou look sweet Id like to eat you up She Speaking of sweet things theyve just got a fine new soda foun thin in the drug store around the corner ITHI BICYCLISTS TiUMP Assumes ThU rotttton In hllnil Obedience to a Low of the Lung It has been generally believed that fast bicycle riders lower their heads and bend their bodies to reduce the wind resistance of the body but now cornea a French scientist who says that this belief is wrong Dr Elfer well known in the medical world of Franco has been experiment ing with cycle riders to discover the reason for the humpbacked scorcher He finds it in a blind obedience to the law that the lungs seek to draw in air with the greatest ease In fast the air assumes a new relation ridingI lungs and the human body oslItlonsays a Ilrofounde1vant declared that a horse runs with his legs and gallops with his lungs This prpostlon Is equally true for runners ned cyclists An inexperienced runner stops not by reason of fatigue but bej cause of being winded If breathing Is less rapid on the wheel it constitutes none the less an obstacle The sue cessful cycle crack must learn toI breathe slowly and deeply to his blood and must avoid oxygenizeI prized into quick Jerky prevent the play of the lungs This isI the primary cause of a stitch in the sIde In the middledistance race wltn Starbuck at Manhattan Beach last summer Fred Titus before ho reaihedI the tenth mile suddenly hand to his side and had to leave track Thoughtless persons hissed thei According to Dr Eifor the fault was not In Tituss spirit butJn his way of breathing He dashed oft from the start and wise people knew that Stars time would come Titus could be seen swallowing the air No man who does that can get his second wind end no nina can win a long well con Dh Eifer says he has lived among the Indians and has never seen ors finish breathless The Indian may finish tired but it will be his muscles not hisI lungstthat give out Dr Eifer shows that the principal obstacle to respiration Is speed which Is greater with the cyclist than with the runner So not only Is nasal breath ing recommended but the Inclination of the bend is best adapted to satis factory breathing Nose breathing IsI from tho bottom to the top mouth breathing la the contrary So the roof of the nose acts as a wind break When the cyclist as speed InIcreases lowers his head the forms a shield against which the shafts of air beat harmlessly As speed gets greater the cyclist lowers hs head still more until at maximum of effort his nose is al hisI parallel with the course The to lower the head to Influence breath ing Is unconsciously shown by any pe destrian who faces a stiff wind of Interest IItem camels at work In buoy can be heard about German fifteen milesI 1countryPious do not eat pigeons because of the sanctity conferred the dove in the Scriptures onI IA perfectly formed face Is forehead onethird nose and onethird upper and lower chin IThe entire collection of coins and medals in the British Museum consists of nearly 250000 specimens IOSlrlch taming is a very profitable here it isIndustry In Africa computed there toe over 150000 tame fifrds New Zealand haD twentytwo estab lishments for freezing meats for Eu ropean markets They can handle 4000000 sheep a year title of Majefty firstThe was giv en to Lewis XI of FrAnco Before that Ume sovereigns were usually styled highness The nests of the termites or white 1 ant are proportioned the size and weight of the builders the greatest structures in the world llI India thecJ1 species of butter l leflliThe colors of the fflnalol are exactly opposite I RepublicI Ic as to larea but Tavolara in the smallest re Goustlsonlyil flat top of a in the Pyrenees between prance and Spain and is ret irTTHE NLADER tOTHEB I is no so full ning and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that of MOTHER JIsh who watched over our helpless infancy and guided our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Both er is beset with danger and all dtrf fort should be made to avoid it Mothers Friend IThere 50 assists nature iin the change tak ing place that the Expectant Mbther is ena bled to look forward without eIIbodingeII Its use insures safety to of both Mother and Child thehvesI is found stronger after confinementin short it makes Childbirth natural and easy as so many have said Do nt be persuaded to use anything but trr OTHERSFRIEt D My wife suffered mare in ten minutes wIth either of her other two chil dren than she did altogether with her last bavins previously used four bot ties of Mother Friend It iifa blessing to any ona expecting to be customerIOf Drutata t or sent byexprois on receipt of price Write for book contalnlntf tostlcipnlata freerogmrca DOt oi tliose countries it is governed by a President and a Coun cil of twelve It was established In 1648 and has 130 luhafiltants The President Is Tax Collector Assessor and Judge Goust hu n a church clergyman or cemetery The people wor ship In a church outside of their own territory and the ded bodies are did down to a cemetery in the valley below In that valley all the baptisms and marriages are performed Tavol ara Is twelve miles northeast of Sar dinia It is an Island five miles long by a half mile wide Its totall popula tion consists of flftyflvjj men women and chlltlren The women go to the polls with the men and elect every year a President and Council of six Inhabljl and raising fruit and vegetables The republic has no army and no navy GLADSTONES READY WIT 1 JJpvr Instances In Which Ha Downed 14 the Opposition Mr Gladstone was once the victim of a reporters curious error either in reporting or telegraphing which was that where in a celebrated speech he declared We have burned our boats and destroyed our bridges he mast have been horrified to read We have burned our boots and destroyed our breeches The noted phrase Time is on our side was rendered In one re port as Tim is on cur side IVle Are yery proud of our tress r Gladstone once to a party of l1ndIllrebeech has already shown symptoms of decay We set great store by our LanIda We put down that we mny Improve Wre remove rottenness that we may restore health by letting In air and light As a good Liberal you lreIcomforted Interrogator came in for many a fleer froni his companions Mr Gladstone dearly loved a Joke even at his own expense and he possessed considerable mimetic powers bullIHshmonL Dilating on the hold held on the affections of the people by the Church of Englajid he said When an Englishman wants to get married to whonj dees he go To the parish priest When ho wants his child btp tizcd to whom does he go To the parish priest Whon he wants to get buried to whom does he go The House answered with a roar of laugh tor in which Mr Gladstone himself joined adding As I was contrasting tho English Church with the Irish a bull is perhaps excusable one occasion two gontlznen In IOn as guests at a taste where Mr Gladstone was expected made a wager that they would start a conversation on a subject about which even M- rGuetone would know nothing To accomplish this end they read up an ancient magazine article on nome unfa miliar subject connected with Chinese manufactures When tho favorable opportunity came the topic was started and the two conspirators watched with amusement the growing interest in the subject which Mr Gladstones face be conIfiguratively when Mi Gladstone said Ah gentiemonT I perceive you have been reading an article I wrotein tho Magazine some thirty or forty INoyol Fliltanthrophjr scone of a novel form It Is the care of the teeth of children whose parents are too poor to emj loy a dentist A local phy sician conceived the idea and sought the aid of the churches He was ready to bear the financiall burden alone but he desired the Church people to assist him In finding objects for his charity His notion was ridiculed but he per slated in It without assistance expended much money in fitting up his dIs- pensary and in employing assistants and last year he cared for the teeth of nearly two thousand children He seeks no aid from any quarter but finds it necessary occasionally to peal to the citizens to furnish him with the names of people who cannot afford spend money on their children 1to An Accommodating Mater During the great strike a few years NorthIypungIIOnedat ran some Ttflstaiice past a station and upon putting back he went as far the other way The sta tion master seeing him preparing for another nUemptjo tho great amusa meat of the passengers on the Plat form shouted Just bide whaur ye are Tummis Well shift the station Clubbing ListtThe best Magazines and Newspapers published in the country offered1 at re7 duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber wlIIpb8 ncwIt large numbrot magazines ond newspapers to otTer them at greatly reduced rates In some cases we oficr you tho News LuApen and the other publication together for oms year at the iSrice of the one NoW Is the time to begin and here is a list of come oi the offers WITh NzwsLiAtrnu LduisYillfrPost laily r 275 Courier Journall twice a week 150 Louisville Commeicial1 daily 5 00 Louisville Commercn lwe6kly 1 25 iouisvllo D1slmtchII 1 65 Home and Farm 140 Faimors Home Journal 175- Cm CotnmorcialTribune 140 Cincinnati Er quirerII 150 Country Gentleman 800 Interstate Poultryman I L80 Ohio FurmerII 150 Indcpendeittc 300 Silver Knight 160 St Lotis GlobeDemocrat 175 Century Magazine 450 St Nicholasl 350 Southern Floriatimd- Gardcnr iit 150 Mayflower 130- ilaipers Magazine1 400 Harpers 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6locumiJcmDBstraUBg Ids discovery pt a rtllable aial absolute Cure for conanmp tlbn PnUsoiIary Tuberculosis ann all bronchial throat Jung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catnrrhal affections eral decline and weakness loss of flesh and coKditkraa of wasting away will send THKEE FREE BOTXLES till different ri nls now discoveries toany aftupted read vr tbuKB5VLEiDSB vrrillnjr for them Sis Wow Scidntiflc11 Trett eDtnl1l11S cUrcd thousands permanently by lits timely tiso and be consldprs It a simple p ofejs lonal duty to suffering htimanity donate a trial of hid Infallible euro Ucieucedatly dovelOpesjicw wonderland this gront chemist pat1entlyexpertocoting for years bus produced results as bencDcia to humanity as can bo claimed bnny mod ern genius His assertion that lung troub anyclimategratitude filed fnhU Americans and Euro penn laboratories in ibousanio from those cured in all parts pf the world Medical exports concede that bronchia chest and lliiujr troubles lead to consump 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quart of flo- wP0JLPAiLou1svilICKV USLt r1f f Home rownFrnit Tree We have thousands of njco well grown Tiees Viuca Etc for Fall delivery Write us and wo will mdke prices by this next maiL J B OERYANT COUNTY MITS GARDINER BROS DEATSYILLE Ely Delays art EJou t roan Many of your f 1tlr people whom you know of have contracted consump tion pnoumonltfor other tttal diseases by nelec of a simple cold or cough Foleys Honoy and Tar a safe sure and pleasant cough mediriiip trulila have gavcd thorn It Is guaranteed Hardpu Robertson Beauty la Blood Deep Clean blood means a ceAn skin No beauty without it Cscarets Candy Cathor tiC clcanyour blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy llvPr and driving allim todaytsbanishand that sickly bilious complexion by taking Oisearcts benuty for ten cents All drug gists sathfeation guarantewl l lOc 25c50a TABLETS BUCK EYE 1PIKB 1llWI U1 A SURB and CCHf AIK CUMC cytown toe IQ year aa the 3EST PZMEDYforNLU BOLD BT ALL BftUCMMCS Cm1lC aI NEWS LEADER 100 a tear- t Skin isea8eL maljtettborlains Eye and Skin Ointment li itcl1ingits continued ta effects a pertnangnV J cure It also cnre Itch barbaraltebSscald head sore nipples Itckthgpfi ti cbappd hands chronic sore eyes Rttd iprannlatsd lids liT rhartspuzItrandvrnnlfngj Uadon Robertson Druggist 4 W2ii 14- 4- Ciicrry J Pcctoraiu- t has been for sixty years thcpouar dicincfori colds coughsand all diseases of the throat and lungs ItcureAsthrqa and Bronchitis and so + 1 54soothes the irritated tissues that a refreshing sleep invariably follows its i ruse No mother fears an attack ofCr uporWho ping Cough for her children with Ayers CheriyfPecforaJ tin the house tis a specificfor that modern malady La Grippe It prcventPCeuriitiaaxidasi rIf quently cured severe cases oflung troublel marked by all the symptoms 4 ib4lS Vvri c t fi Consumption It i3A u t i Tile st ndjaitIii iy 1I for Colds Diseaiiiiflv4f LiAt the age of twenty after a severe wckness I was left with weak longs a terrible cough and nearly all the symptoms of consumption My doctor had n6 hope of ye4c j recovery but having read tho advertisements of Ayera Cherry Pectoral I determined to i TImy llfo by this imcomparable preparation A W SPERRY PlainfieJd Ndf e fI have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral for nearly fifty years and band it to be ftnexcslleat 4remedy for all bronchial and throat diseases t L H MATHEWS TOTjfa hJatet Oneoat Ala tSMy first remembrance of Ayers Cherry Pectoral dates back thlrtjalx JeU3 jkhen my r mother used it for colds coughs croup and sore throat ithe used no other rtiedlcinj ia T ei 4 attacks of that ort mong her children and lt never failed to bring prompt relief and tare YrfI always keep this medicine In the house and a few doses quickly check colas coughsS t Ior any Inflammation of the throat and lung J ODONNELL Seattlfc Wish Chavesold Ayers Medicines for forty five years Ikhoirofnopreparatlotriteqnals tAyers Cherry Pectoral for the cure of bronchitis It never fails to lve prompt relief Jxw CL SHERWOOD Drug HDotrajfuc Mich V 4 I have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral both In my family and practlCerahd consider It pni 5C tjotiho best of Its class for la grippe colds coughs bronchitis and consumption In its early 4 stages W A WRIGHT M n Barn symejGi i X SometVears atj Aycr1 Cherry Pectoral cured me of the asthma afterthe best Medical V iskill had ailed to give ate relief F S HASSLE Editor Arti Table Rock Nab 0 hThSCan be had at Half PttC 7 J full Size 100 Ball Size 50ctS J F vvifTJ 5Ss C r ra I f