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AdSresa tho leadingpayst J 11 claqs and sarccons of thVUnitod States tifliathawar fc Co70 Dearborn street Ch1caoV j t TvCtJJl3 ACOID IN ONE DAY Tiko Laxative JJromo Qninin TabletsV a All druggists refund tbomonc 1 ia11 toc r 25o For salo by IDnydon Robcrteon and Waters tBrpwCe iiv l5ftltRhCnml1ndEczeII14 41V The fctenSd itching and smarting inci dcnt ttfeae disoaaea is instantly allayed by npplylng Chamberlains Jyoand tSk1i Ointment Many very b tci cases have been permanently cure by It t t Is equally clflcient fer itchiD piles and nipplesVchappedJ Bad chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Csiji CjBfllUra PoTfflcrs are just wHat a hor b ncedo when ia bad coadltioa Tonic blood purifier and verealfuge Thcy too not food but ttcfiicso and tha best ia nse to put a J orae la prime condition Price 25 VVCentsperpabtge 4 i 1n Bcwt Plaster tji A piece of Cannot dampened with kilaimauid bound on dfiotk affect parts lssuperlor to nny 4pIaste rWlien troubred vlth a pals tJMiffcwt or side of allimo back give ft ttrlU YSH cwUiiitoare be more than- LlaIIi with thepcomrvt reljef Avhjchft- izto4dsi Pain Ualnj 1snlso a cfrtaJn lor rhieuiaisuuflaydOui t Rtlb 1 1ers j A 3 vJ rHI NIWS LIJDIRC t1 ilh i t u Q uu uu Odds and Ends of 6OSSjpVV s n n n n AN AThLETIC FAM1LYV Matilda golf nndrjanpctpaotsx Johanna bowzrndarrkwBVV Louisa to tho rolIercroVVV VHer mua1cculuroVna8 VVVVOlivia tennises DirteV To equine habit freezesVV Dick cultivates the manly art Jim rows and Bob trapezes LIW llyn footballs Clarence Vatl copes for polo medals cuesJ Sethi crickets Reginald anocuV And Ma tho CyOI0VpOda12qVj And Popper wrestleaYes DlurnalyVcontVInucsV To wreatle at the bn8lnesaV Of cultivating sinewsV 6Inew8 of lifo ho must accrue As need to the sustainingV Of his abovenamed rotinao In their athletic training m fIIVqrV IsS OUVENIRJUfl0Tlg the s tr en1 irs brought home from 1M Rico by Lieut Wr0 Reed is a smallcuantity oCiie native Jum1 of the Porto Ricans The de coction so the Lieutenant informs us is of the kind that majces a man Want to beat hisf wife or murder his pest friend Several wellknown teetotalers about town have expressed a desire to sample the new drink but LiOut Reed announces that he wilL be very particular about how he gives it Out and that under no circumstances will more than one man at e time be allowed a drink He says that one man has imbibed it nfterI quire the attention of all friends and acquaintances hbld him in bounds and that if two or three men should begiven a taste of that liquor and turned loose on the town they would withouta doubt burn the Court- hOuse and perhaps commit some wholesale murder Another souvenir brought home by Lieut Reed isa Spanish sword which hefoundhi a fort at Mayaguez The owner of the weapon was notaround when it was captured for he and all of his comrades had vamoosed at the first news of the approach of the Amen 3USVThO sword is a rough looking implement and contrary tq all rules of civilized warfare had been ground to a sharp edge It is on exhibition in Waters Browns drug store and has been the 9bject of a good deal of interest 44 SELFISH LAW The quail shooting in Indiana begins November 10 while in Kentucky it is unlawful to kill quail until November 15 Formerly the Kentucky sportsmen could go across the river and enjoy nearly a weeks sport shooting quail before the season opened in their own state but a recently enact stopIin that state to remove from the state any game that has been killed within her borders which practically shuts Kentucky sportsmen out of Indiana The fields across the river are liter ycarbutfor Hoosier sportsmen and the Kentucky sportsman will have to content himself with the shooting in his own stateV IDI ap1provei Louisville people getting upa big celebration to welcome the return of the soldiers from Por toJRicotlcma ked a mother whose son is with the First Ken tucky regiment They should remember that all of the boys are not at home when they get to Louisville and they should be allowed to go on instead of being held over for two or three days In Louisville on a carousal The thing is gotten up more for the benefit Louisville and to attract people there anyway than it is for the soldiers and I dont think the people in the state should take any hand in the movement at all As far as Lain concerned I wpnt towel qome my boy at home and I doncaro about Louisvillas so called we1comeV VVVV 111 sroTheatheVrws Puesdayand the iiunfcl ing season opened If the sports men turned out in other parts Qf the state VasV they did hero in Washington county the slaugh ter of the birds must have been terrific It seenled as if everyman and boy who owned a gun and dog and a great many who dont turned outto try his hand and a great lot of game was brought in the first yThe shooting season is limited to six weeks now but at the present ayqttspoblible vthattheiquail will be thinned out sufficiently to prevent any dingerof complaint froriuthe farmers about their in jjury to crops The great in crease in the number of birds in this section during the past two or thre years has been rem rk able and rather unexplainedI 4V ISINFORMED The DanvilleI Advocate of last tained the following JtckWat- on the sweet singer of Mitch elsbug who is here this weeks is the author of a new negro dialect song entitled A Sanctified Coon published by George JabergCo Cincinnati The Advocate man has evidently been misinformed The song to which he refers was composed by Miss Sue Ray of this place and the words and music have been pub lished under her name The song is quite catchy and is a youngIcompaser HILLSBORO From Our Regular Correspondent Miss Rena Yackey is visiting Miss Sue Duncan Miss pearl Clark spent Sunday with Miss Lizzie Uaker Mrs Saliie Robertson and chil dren are the pleasant guests of her mother Mrs Matilda Thomp son Mr Ballard of Lexington is the guest of his brother J T IIBallard ITho infant child of Mr Joe Smith is very ill Mrs Nannie Davis is visiting her father Mr Cal Shewmaker t Mackville Ed Shewmaker of Willisburg is staying with Joan Settles this week Misses Rose and Annie Kelley were tin Mackville Saturday t Messrs Sam and Henry ShewI taker spent Saturday and Sunday with their aunt Mrs Eliza Fitzgerald at LitseyIThomas Hedger of Antioch spent last week with his daugh ter Mrs Mary Clark Dr George Loachman of Lou isville and B B Leachman of LitseTi visited John Loachman last week Misses PearF and Lizzie Williams spent Saturday and Sunday with their aunt Mrs Birdie Davist Texas Miss Sallie Fit is the pleasant guest of her mother Mrs MoUe Settle is visiting Mrs Jane Settle Z P Leach man and wife spent several days with their daughter Mrs Annie Godby at Chaplin Mrs Lida Sauce is with her mother Mrs Kitty Young Edgar Settle and George Shewmaker visited friends in Lincoln county last Sunday Mrs Nancy Dudgeon happened to a very painful accident last Saturday by cutting her land very severely- If Madam Rumor is not wrong we will have a wedding in our midst soon Uowo This We offer Onu Hundred tfnllnrs reward or any caso of catarrh that cannot bo cured by hailS Catarrh Cure F Jchcenoy CoToledo We tho undersigned hayo known F J Choney for the last 15 years and bb Jlovo him perfectly honorable in all finapclaliyIablo to carry out any obligations made by ftheIr firm iWcst ot Trunx Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waldlng Kinnan it Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taftcn Internally acting directly upon tho bloouland mucous surfaces of tho system Test monials aQnt free Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best f To Cure Constipation Fordrer VTakeJItC C C aUto cure drusjtets refund mcncy u L RoYML Baking Powder Made rom pure cream ol tartarV Safeguards the food against alum A rare the greai kit menaccrs to present d y caIIIWfC8Ic GOD AND HIS CREAT URE MINV This poem was suggested by the ques tion to whom God sooko ho said In Genesis lit 20 and 27 verses Let us make man so God made man in His own Imago end after His dwn likeness male and fe male created ho themVIn bright creations morn when time began Twas Love to Wisdom said Lot u make manVFor what could boundless Lovo desire less Than man an Imago of Itself to bless Wisdom true consort could devise or planVWhat Love desired and hence the creature man Male and female in their own likeness given These two great sexes are tho sun of JicavenVWisdom performs whatever Lovo do slres- Whatever Wisdom dictates Love spiresVIn the infinite mind as one may moot They are that mIndtheir marriage Is completeVMan their true likeness in creation stood- Received their light and warmth and truth and good These left the finite mind to Heaven above Truth is from Wisdom good descends from LovoVTis God and truth that form the church in man What else its essence Name It if you cantVTake any church of good and truth bereft i And hypocrites are all that you left But truth from Wisdom forms the man aloneVWhich is not goodthe reason will bo shownVt Lovo of the truth within herself con finedIJWould bo but pride and thus corrupt bismindV But when that lovo transferred from Adams side IB made a helpmeet and becomes a bride1VHe need not fear to take her to hisIarms Bone of his bone to him the charm charmsof Love of the truth then forms the fe male mind its beauty grace and loveliness com bined Mans love of these in her exalts hisI lifeVAnd is that tender love ho hears hisI wife Christ ia tho truth fcnalo bridegroom- so Ho salth Lovo of that truth tho bride His church true faithV For truth leon and believed is faith well seeVAnd good loved and performed is charity Hope springs from truth perceived or understood And is the offspring of both truth and good Thus mans an Imago of the Trinity And now remains Faith Hope and CharityV But Charity is rightly placed above For it is love Itself and God la love And led byHopo man rises from his fallVIs one with God and God ia all in all Offered as a tribute of love to Christians regardless of sectarian differences JOSEPH CARDER TEXAS KY Hnro LuGrippo fare fromItonly get the right remedy You are having pain all through your body Your liver is out of order have no appetite no life or ambition havo a bad cold in fact are completely usedup Electrid Bitters is the only remedy that will give you prompt and sure relief They net directly on your liver stamach and kidneys tone up the whole system and jnaitt YOU reel like a now being They are guaranteed to cure or price refunded For sale at Hay don Robertsons drug store only 50 cents per bottleV For stockings mid mittens for thophll dren dyptbbwpotwUh Putnam JEfndf less Ijyes 5carldtJCardiual pr Tiirkoy thcmniaUcspvt VtIfom Vbrighte1 byVWVntoZB l3rownoV OFFICIAL VOTEOF WASHINGTON COUNTY NOVEMBER ELECTION 1898V PRE r Appellate Judge Frede1lcktoo 1 Noi 142 49 131 48 0 MoOr svflto WlmsbirgNo8 79 107r1 7t 105 North No 4 89 No 561 91 2 61 iii 2 Mnokv11l No 6 114 79 1 118 80 IPottBviUo No 790 M 0 87 58 0 SPringfield No 885 111 3 7T 1M S Spingfteld No 9 150 41 0 148 39 0Springfield No 10 125 as 2 121 84 2 Kelly s Shop NQ11M 93 48 1 98 4R 1 Brush Grove No 34 147 0 M 13 0 Total 45g 12 1l15 933 10 == Ilobsons plnrtlity 180 Smiths plurality 172 A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Aila E Hart of Groton 8 D Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set In rind finally terminated in consumption Four doctors gavo me tip saying I could live Jut a short lime I Gave myself up to my Saviour determine if I couldnot stay with my friends on earth I would meet my nbaon ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs ansi Golds 1 gvo it a trial took in all eight bot ties ft has cured me and tbank God 1 am saved and now a well and healthy womon Trial bottles free at Uaydon Robertsons drugstore Regular sizes 50c and 8100 Guaranteed to cure or price re funded To Cure a Cold in Ono Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists rotund money If it fails to euro 25c Tbogcnuino has L D Q on each tablet NovlO6mo t Shipping Horses Mr W T Peter of Mackville will leavo with u car load of horjsos next week for Macon Georgia The horses were WashingtonLI head Mr Peter will remain in tbe south all winter if he meets with success with this shipment rind his father will sbip to him several more car loads Mr Peter who is a gentleman of much experience jn the horse business is fully convinced that the prices of firstclass animals will soon be equal to toe prices received a few years agoHar rodsburg Democrat Rfeht in It Thats tvhoro Dr Cnldwolls Syrup Pepsin Is Tho greatest remedy too the stomach that was ever put together exceplouVof Lbo PojMlu Aro you constipated Then trv Syrup opaln you in digestion or sIck htrndnch Thnn use Syrup Pepsin Spend lOcfor a trial bot Lie and you will bo convinced Largo nircs 50c and A true family remedy at ators tt Browne IA Society Laclys Mjstako Uoo of our foremost society ladies and church members has boon quaking with fear for the past three weeks lost her identity become known to a certain minister of the gospel in tnis city During the engagement of the Mat Riess Company the afore said lady purchased a couple of tickets fpr East Lynne and as a precaution against losing the tickets she placed thomiin one of the little envelopes which she used in sending In her church contributions Ot course wo man like when the night of tho performance arrived she could not locate the tickets any whet e She could not to save her soul remember just where she had them and after searching IIIIlaid except among her contribution envelopes she gavo up the search and purchased new tfckets Nothing more was thought of the matter until the following Sunday when the preacher spoke from the pulpitt as iollows Members in the future who send in theatre tick t ets among their contributions twill confer a favor upon me by sending same in time for the eIvorterf MarkotfLast weeks Auction sales were the smallest for a iong time past 0rand the record ftho present r indiJVferent attitude of the buyers stfll 1 1FcirOoDjpesS 0V0V poes continues due doubtless to the unsettled position of many of the leading manufacturers owing to the noncom plotion of thechanges necessitated by the action of the new combine Until such ar rangements are completed we need not look for any special activity in the market nor for any abatement of tbe dullness which has been so prominent a feature for some time past Sev oral small lines of medium bur lays were offered and it was evident that they brought out more active competion than last week Though prices wore on the whole decidedly firmer they were barely strong enough to change quotations OIn the pies ent dull and uninteresting condition of the market any tendency towardImprovement is welcome and too holders of sweet Burleys may yet come out on top The few red tips offered sold on the basis of last weeks prices Col ory trashes were in very limited quantity and were without change New Burleys are not yet show ing any tendency to monopolize the breaks but are advancing to the front in a very cautious manner It can hardly be said that they Improve upon further acquaintance Alack of life and color appears to bo the prevail lag fault butas we seldom see on the market a fair lepeeSenta f tion of the crop at this early date we can still cherish the hope that when the crop comes in larger volume it may develop some redeeming features We note a better market generally for the new crop and amadvance of ic over last week Inay beI safely quoted A hogshead of Ithe new crop brought 10 25 the highest figure yet reached on our market this seasonLouisville Weed Items oi Interest Dr J C Dedman of Harrods burg has raised a hybrid sweet potato half Bermuda and half Southern Queep A pumpkin is on exhibition in Bedford bich weighs 77 pounds It was grown by thQ Hon WI O Coleman on his farm near Sulphur Druggist InglesI of Milton is Istill digging Irish potatoes in his garden from the spring plantingi and says they average 15 pounds to the hill A pigeon has been making its home with Mr Woodson Lewis geese in Ireensburg all this year roosting and staying with tbe flock There are plenty of fellows jn town who could teach a better scbool than those who ore teaching who could preach a better sermon than those preaching who could run a better business and who could publish a better paper Yes the woods are lull of such follows but they neither teach preach run a business or print apaper Thy are nfl like the Illy of the valley they toil not neither do they spin any thing but yarns Vanceburg Sun A fastidious maid rejected a lover named Child because his name was too suggestive Her next lover was Mr Triplett and shq rejected him because his name was three times as bad as that other previous lover It is estimated that 15000 acrAs of sugar cane were cultivatedi in Greenub county this year Aver aging threeu barrels to ibe aero the comity produced 46000 bar CinE wldawJkc buins mai fitj ADm tIlrOOght1ic9IaR1J1a ro toarOl1I ut aaII A ff1f1f uyqra i Bs DYmi XZIuIVL- i jt r Well when have HHVO V f t = r Hlt GRUNDY IVSJ3tJAYBROVOIE P GMcEruo i c LjVVV VV iC- ev dj The People Hai V t A1 t 4 4 1t j1i i Pound Us Out Tkr J c ir jf trt v vvVsii JjpThe good people of Springfield j v J VVanti Washington county have 8 t VAc6 J we areet 4A w husiness and our motto IS S VV i uGood goods at reasonable jS tH prices and that we deal square ij f y fitVj and honestly with all alike v t They have also found out that = j = tcV at our store just now they can S9 find almost anything they want j r L in winter clothing OrcoatsV ftbi tV A suits ai4heavy underwear weVVV It keep a full line of v t U Come in and see us if jiph you rare always welcOnTeI hr 0 whether Yo1 buy or not 1 VVVe 1 IIi 1 Grun4Y MlaybrOokel i Oo oI i SPfeiNGFIELD j KY U r 1y relsof sorghum Helen Gould issaIdVto be at work upon the members of her family to have remitted the 5f lerhrotJierH6wardVhassubjected marrying agaitfst the will of the familyVA woman wfttna kodak who pressed through the crowd a the railroad station aVOmaha to get a picture of President McKinley was about to bo surprised by the police when Mr McKnley interfered and took off his hatso that sbe might get a better shot iJcnt Tobacco Spt n4 Smoke Towr Lilt An y nagceticVtkcVNoTflactheiieatroDgteca Booklet anC sample Ireo Address BterUnB Kemoay Ca Chicago or New York From New Zculaud1 231800II tookthe agency of Jhamborlalna modi clnes the sate has been Very large moro especially of thoConRh Remedy In two yenta I have sold more of this par ticular ronicdythan ot all other makes for tho previous five years As to lta ofllcaey 1 liars been informed by scores of persona of the good results they have received from IP and know its value from thj usopf it In my own household It la su pleasant to take that wd havo to place the bottle boyond tho teach of the children J ScA T EBURT NaToBao for Fifty Cent WoikmeutroUIbOOd Knap Shots With a Graplioplionc The Graphophono is to the oar what the isJto the eyo and more for the GraphopbOne patches instantly and preserves every tint and sbadeofsound A most inter esting use ot a Graphopbone iis to make records of your friends Voices to be preserved for future uso You can catqh the story of your jolly friend just as be told it or the favorite song of somE Jotfed one Just as she sang It and have it reproduced perfectly at 8ntims and as often as you Besides the Grapho phone affords wonderful enter ialnmeat in the way of repro ducing tho Di UiVof bands orchestras or vocal or Instru rnontal soiolsfs No investment will return sp rruch in pleasure us the purohasoVof ja rlP1101 pbpne It is tho perfect ttalking INn04dV1ho I iirraP11JOmPVQ1WVNO OlD JVVV Ben n slvtnitA V WaShhiRlott C VVVVV Farm for SateV I iave for sale a fairnconV sisting of 200 acres of good land situated about five miles north west of Springfield on the waters of Xhttle Beach It has on it a good dwelling barn and improvements More tban half r is in pasture and the balanceV under oultivation It contains some fine jobacco land It ia situated three mile from Valley HillpostoflSce mid railroad ata tion and on a good turnpikeV Q MVVVVSpnigfiid Ky II Hits 1heHpIVWhon suffdring from d severe cod awL your throat lungs feet ore take a loBO ol FolevV Honey tnd Tar whoa tho sorchoss wilt bo at once relieved a warm guileful feeling and healing of l lVtho parts aflcctea trill 11 experienced Iand you will says ft hIts the spot ItVia guaranteed Haydon Robertson BacIens Ariifc VSIVSVV Tho best salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers sLsV rheum fever sores tetter chapped hands qhilblains cornsVLskin eruptions and 0SILiVOIYV cures piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfct satisfaction Or money refunded ByJfa3 WftatShall jV B6DtheVFOtt TlfB DELKATBOtttt You tvc tried fro an4V other tonics Bfct xic kieptV palethin lice wtUow VC011PZX10QWOftk1 Pe- tfhaps che has a little Jucfcfef cough abe IjUrlicadacbcs aJsannotah4yG- ivtbVScIIftESIN n The oil will fci fee wtfatf Io4y theglycci4ncwltsootMV hcrcougkn4t1thypopsVp- hiteswlUg1vcnewpuwan waIaJyoknYov wUlfo Uf 4 to duntyouropinion at once IMvenV espccUIIy tecotw jtw toad bOta iItvf n 4o aot koow t wiles 1t1V464VIQ t tbalogVt V5Oass4tOI4NIL scotr tItOWN N y c tJ 1 J k A i P tpHEWSLEABERJ a PMMKO tvsxv Tnci TH a a ilpaYlEAJrtt IN ADVANCED lr SPJ31NGEIELDKY f itE LDAVlS N JrPubt- zf t 1 t1bt14nl6s notices 10 cents per lif i MM ftthe first inssrtlon and 5 cents for insertion mcIan1ecquent fand political matter eeiisper1 C o r Jeb work Is done at low rates but cash ba paid on delivery of goods Advertising COntrcS made on liberal Mrijg i pbltasries And resolutions of respect 3 12 j wuts per line vnAtrvrwwTVrnt MgIratos 24o- jtt uW Ir couatomcera f n 1000 I HDcjLflC NOVa 1898 c i THE commissioners acting uni dor the 0oebei law made a move j F i1 1 Bracken ntye other 4ay pt ihat wilTno doubt cause a great rotest and a contest to the f fJii terendby the Republicans fc I Hhe election commissioners net g 3i andrthrew out the entire vote of lJt5 the Berlin precinct which gave t S Pugh Republican for Congress 5 r tVentYJmoj 1ity over Williams y l tiomocrdt Jib action of the fumis Sl erS changes thec i s JviitacalJ complexion of the late ai electionl for congress in tIllS the i 1 Ninth district as on previous fjjt returns Pugh was elected by a j f majority of only twelve The feCj Action of the confmission elects Williams by a majority of eight mj V T1e irregularities upon which j 4 the precinct was thrown out was y hak all officers ot election closed 4the booths on the day of election cl S and went to dinner This is the Ai jtr tcaseoftbis mndtried undertt 4 the Goebellaw i a t If 7 bryof those foreign powers EPi liomay have n1 idea of locking t JJ7t01 liorns with Uncle Sam before j t ftePhilipp nes and otherqnes i tfons ore settled might do well to i Wread the report of Col Jared j r ftt rA3 Smith on our coast defenses J 4 before tackling us on our own Ji l vj ground at least Cot Smithy H 1i saysi Very few people have ir I V any idea of the power or accuracy p ofoUl cot defenses Our deii lenses are as good as any in the t lworld1for their purposes No better fcan be found anywhere l The works are ingrapi41Y I t t completed and it will ndt be ae ul t cteat while until the coast is l 1 d weEnigh ijnpfcegnable y f lIE neotiati iiOt the peace Jycommissioners With Spain over thapeioii of the Philippines tot 1 fhe ITnited States ate drawing to i i close pe Donsi have been I ffeiyen tin ultimatum orlaining k ti 4hat this country will no longer j ernut discussion of its right to 1 4ake possession of the islands a f TThe Spaniards insist on the ray I p mrent of a big suin of money be r t fore they wili give up thepos J J essions and the next move is now awaited anxiously trf t f BbYLB county is getting atthe t11iei turnpike question right Thi turnpikes have been freed C andiafe the last election a bond rr jiuo was voted The fiscal L jr1 icourt has tjhready bought five ud onehalf miles of one turn E i i pjite at 1000 per mile and ne + t gqJiations are on for more orf the 0 4 ffrr adsS ki5 t f- tf 3jTHE war investigating com r i f mitte has found in Gen Breck Jtgiiage witness who Is proving quitei interesting He severely criticises Gen Shafter and his Santiago campaign and takes at i Ccrackat several other thingsin j cmenttthe late war 1ONcn more this government 4- r r 3p his informed Spain that the ft 1 eijrajBuation of Cuba and its occu ipatipti by the United States mustnotbe delayed This time theJimit is placed at January 1 5Ii II 17 i P Jf v LTO PectoP ll t itTed my little giI1sllve8WhenJ they tad JCOI i i f rd srAiUBEIRS- i 1 tLFSIz znw toe THE EXCEIENCE OP SYRUP OF Ellis is duo not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to tho CALIFORNIA PIG SYBUP Co only und we wish to impress upon all tho importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs manufactured by tho CA iFOnNiA Fia SvJlOT Co only a knowledge of thatdfadt will assist one in avoiding the worthless ptUticsPoIuflA Pie Srnor Co wlthtliO mcdi cal profession and the satisfaction which thajgcnuino Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on tho kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them and it does not gripe nor nauseate Inordcrtogctitsbeneflcial effects please remember the name of the CoinanySCALIFORKIAHGSYkUPCO PIIANCISCO Oat IXJUBTTLLE Cr MEtV VOUK KT THE free turnpikers in Grant got impatient after carry ing the electippi in favor of free ing the roads and raiders went out afew nights later and tore down all the tollgates on the principal toads of the county I THE Louisville dispatch seems to be in distress about its man Turner whom it claims to have elected to Congress but who how shows a disposition to con- sOrt with the CourierJournal Thus are the faithf rewarded LEXINGTON is being deserted by the soldiers nearly all of the regiment having been ordered t the south and other points The bluegrass capital is said to have reaped about a million from the soldiers camps THE trouble between the ncI groes and whites in South lina has quieted down a There hasnt been a negro killed for several days and it is ru mored that ammunition is getting ScarceThorequiremeutsot a medicine is to lighten the burden of paid and euro This brings fusto tho question of a rem d3t and Tablera jBnckero PHo Olntmen te the only remedy for Mind bleedini- r protruding piles that is endorsedbj t physicians Cures the most obstinate leases 500 Harden If RobetwpI Balluds Hbrchouud Syrups the best known remedy for consumption coughs nd5 colds and all throat and chest ro bfea Every bottle is guaranteed It is the beat remedy for children 25 and Haydpn Rnoortson Wedding at Lebanon A special fromLehanon says This morning at St Augustines church beautiful marriage took place the contracting parties being Mr Will F Spalthngo Jf Atlanta Ga and Miss Susie B Mattingly of this city The young couple are members of pt eminent families and the church wa crowded to its fullest papacity with admiring friends and relatives Messrs Horace Collinsworthand Ernest OSulli van acted as best men and Messrs Count Burton O G Kelly JrlBam Spalding and Richard Putnam were the ushers After the ceremony the couple left for their home in the South The tcatmcnt for worms must bo prompt and safe Whites Cream Ver mifuge can bo trusted to restore your child to health It la a tonic as well an a worm destroyer Every bottle gust anteed to bring worms 25c llaydon ltobortaoiiWANTEDSoverat Trustwortlij Pet sons in this statu tomannjo our business in their own and nearby court ties It ia mainly ofllcaXvork conducted at home Salary strulght 900 oyear aud1 expenses definite bpuanno no more no IcasBalUry Monthly 75 References stninpcdenvel1ope ChicagoS Horrible Accident Mr John Graves son of Mr Willianf Graves of Jenkinsville Neighborhood met with an accident that may prove fatal intihe opinion of his physicians He attended church in Mackville Sunday morning l idasbowasi starting me near the Christian n church in the eaSt end of the village the horse he was riding 111011I3esscratches of a painful characfer the young man was internally wounded and was still uncon scious Monday He is 17 years of age and an exemplary y No hopes are entertained pf his recpvory HarfodsTjorg Demo crat t IfreeTurnpikes been tak m and a anjt city has spoken for Free Gilroads i The election was held upon high principles no fuss and no undue influencd uscdby the advocates of either side SuchbQing the case wt have no doubt that the final set tlement of the entire qu stioc will1 be brbughtJibout lawfully and to the crediodi good naaH of the people tif Marian Amid the deeds of vfolence that have beid sway all about us Marion county has held her old time place for honor law and fair dealing In doing this our people have won the admiration of all her neighbors and shehas every reason to be proud of tjie gold name she Bolds all over the state U We Hve reason to know that heJfiscal cou twill act promptly and that negotiations will be at onceopened the stockholders looking to the transfer of the roads to the county Or course we all understand that every thing cannot be done in a day tand that it will take time to per feet all the points as required by law respecting the transfer of the roads In tile meantime we should all wait patiently the ac tion of the Marion county court Lebanon Enterprise A Queer 1 Medicine There Is a medicine whoso proprietors da not claim to hare discovered some uithbrto unknown ingredient or that Is a cureall This honest madlclne only claims to cure certain diseases and that its ingredients ore recognized by tho most skilled physicians as being the best foe kidney and bladder diseases It 1is Foloys Kidney Cure llaydon t Robertson PUBLIC SALE Stocks Crop Farming Imple ments Etc highestbidderofSrIngfleldFriday November 25 1898 properfiveoyears good nndharnes9mover sound and gentle ono grey handsSi geldingfivel hands high one bay mule mare with foal 3 nice polled angus milch cows 9 head high grade twoyearold steers weigh 800 to 000 Ibs choice cows and shoatstwheat oats straw fodder wagon spring wagon cultivator harrows buggyharnessDeering binder wagon harness plow geus elder mil tools of pvery kind All household and kitchen furniture including a nice parlor organ All on a credit of six months Notes with approved security negotiable and payablenin bank for all sums of 10 and over Under 810 cash in hand meteither by note or account must settle therobytpromptlyW BARBER RINEHART GOOD FARMS In Daviess countv the best county in Western KentuckySThe best county iti the state The best mariret in the state for tobacco wheat corn potatoes tomatoes and the only market for cornstalks which yield 812 peracreSOwensbor the county seathas 18000 population is onthe Ohio river and has three railroads best schools in the state We have farms for Gale ranging from 25 to 400 acres atd at most rea sonahle prices Here ate two of e them Trncl No I655 acres 7 mUM from Owonsboro In Rome neighborhood on Calhoun road Jtlgh level land crook on ono line small house and barn 18 acres of clover rest of land In line state of cultivation price only 30 an acre Tract No a 193 acres near Worihlng too on railroad 1J miles went of Owens born level land nearly all Cleared splendid for wheat rtrnj burley tobacco there are several small houses and tWQ tobacco barns wo will divide thin tract into 50 nero tracts price 20 per acre Terms on all dUo tlJlrd cash balanced boo two and throe years Wo sell lurid cheaper titan anybody else in this part of tho state Write for our Jist of farms WILLIAMS LITTLE 14 12 Third St OwensboroKy OwL QCtlflTl Glsl JllT3S OREM VJt MBfFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remodlef EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVERYWHERE rrcpmi wcninosos BzoiciiE co 8i tors WANTEUAgonts for History of the ypaniabAmorlcan War by lion lienry Wattrson A compJotc anthem jieliistory JllvntraUjd withovcr full page half toriesnnd amny richly colored plturcs4 Enrgo rpp ootuvo volume superb patttt postpaid for only 50 cont stampS tAko wot lierall irma gtven grortctop6itnnlIyofdtlt soar Address Tho Wornor Conipanyi AkronOhtoS Tortured Rlleumatlsln By I A Purely Vegetable Blood I RemecTyisthe Onlyn Cure I Struecausewould bo no such thing as linlimerits and lotions for this painful l and disabling disease Tho fact ispRheum tism is a disordered slato t of tho bloodit can be reached therefore only through tho blood But nIl blood remedies cannot euro Rheumatism for it is an obstinate disease one which requires a real blood remedy something moro than ftmere tonic Swifts Specific is tho only real blood remedy and it promptly goes to the very bottom of oven tho most obstinate case A few years ago I was taken with In flammatoryKhiuraatismwhichthough itensctlmtli walk I tried several prominent phyti d clans and took their treatment faithfully but was unable to get the slightest relic1In fact my condition seemed to grow worse the pains spread over my entire body and from November to March I suffered agony I tried man atipontry 8 8 8 Before allowing me to take it however my guardian who was chemist analyzed the remedy and proInounced it free of potash or mercury Parsnip Complexion It docs unt require nn expert to detect the sufferer from kidney trouble The hollow cheeks tho sunken oyo tho dark putty circlob undtfr tho eyes the fallow parsniplorod r incslcn indi cabs it i A physician would ask if you hactI rheumatism a dull pain or acho in the baSk or over tho hips stomach troublo desire to unnato often op a burning or a scalding in passing it if after passing there Is an unsatisfied fooling as if it must bo at once repeated or if the urino has a brick dust deposit or strong odor When these sylnptoms art present no time should be lost in removing tho cruso Delay may lead to gravel catarrh of tho bladder inflammation causing stop page and soinethimes requiring the drawing of tho urino with instruments or may run luta Brights Disease tho most dangerous stage of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist in a positive rbmedv for such diseases Its reputation is world wide and it is so easy to get atttny drug storo that no ono need sulltir any length of time for want of it However if yon prefer to first tost Its wonderful merits mention tho NEws LKADKH anti xvnto to Dr Kilmer t Co Binghamton N Y for a sninpio boitlo and book telling till about it both sent absolutely frco by snail EJacatoVonr Uowcla With Cancnrotz foreverlOcmoney feltl much better after taking two bottles that I continued tho remedy iplcteJyi have never since had a touch of Rheumatism though many time a 1 exposed to dump and cold weather ELsNon M Twrnsx 1IJlbinlhoseRheumatism know that it becomes more sovero each year Bhelure it In fact he only remedies which they pro cribo are potash nd mercury and though temporary relief may result proIduce tensity tho disease t3 S S nover disappoints for its deeprootediseases reach of all other remedies It cures permanently Rheumatism Catarrh CaucorScrofulallJczema and all other blood diseases It- tho only blood remedy guar nteedPurely Vegetable Books mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Ga NOTICE All persons holding claims or orders against Washington coun ty will present same to A B Campbell Treasurer of Wash ington county for registration that the Treasurer may know what amount to pay each aim out of the 1898 levy All claims not presented by January 1 1808 will have to go over for another year before payment By order of Fiscal Court T S MA YES Co Atty NEWSLEADERSI year How lo PrcTrnt n Cold After an exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Fjleys Honey and Tar never fails Ilaydou tt Robertson ACTIVE SOLIOITQTIS WANTED everywhere for The Story of tho Philip pines by Murat Halstwul commissioned by tho Government as Oflidal Historian to tho War Department The book was written in smuT camps at San Francisco on tbohospitalshoinsurgentdeck of the Olytnpia with Dewey audio MannaHonnnznpictures taken by government photogra ph era on tho spot Large book Low prices Big profits Freight paid Crv it warbooksSecy Star Insurance Bldg Chicago 1 p Keep pPQsti y a special arrangement and for a short time only we will Offer the Twicea Week CourierJournalAND NewsLeader One Year For OnI 1125a The Courier Journal ha 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 iis open to all oli subscribers to the NEWSLEADER who pay up and one year in ad vaoco and to any now sub scri bCIstWe consider this one of th most liberal offers made ardtjbon is no reason why anyone should not keep posted one the war news and home news as well Address communications to- E L DAVJSON JR Pub MEWSLEADER SSriogfleld Ky f H MERIT WILL WINe Truth and Honesty wi1Jstand the search light of Public Opinion Now if ever the people should receive full value for their money they expect it are entitled to it and are satisfied with it Our stock is strictly firstclass which is the true ver diet of the town and vicinity Our ries I lower than any competitor will make We have nothing shoddy or sec ndclass to M offer you and the less money you have the less able are you to purchase such I trash Every article we claim4 to come up It to representation or money refunded Youv I can ask nothing fairer A big cut price t sale is on We are offering ext a big bai 3 gains in Clothing this month l 4 1 The v People Know WelVIean i BllSin I 77- 1i t I Ii AW8SMllTHi z H- J t J f f SPRtNGFJELDKY 1 I c t iLuvItei U IAlO YEARS OLD edmTrrec1my rwnnly equal to 1rHoney ItEtTfiQOKKMulpcnitunilnllcf to grip as ana ltmas weak urea ttronalta JL A IlctealW 1uwn xi S t j S ff RI1g ont tho Elng in th new i rReoutthsia1s Ring lii the tntI f t ferng to you the new and true from t t r piney forests of Norway BEL- LSPieTarHoe If er Natures most natural tofldy improved by oclencc to a PcosantPcrmant kosIUvo Cure for coughs cords and all Inflamed surfaos of the Lungs and Bronchial TubtaSThe sore weary cough wom Lungs are txhlla i f rated the mlirobsbearing raucusls cOtt out thc caused tlat tickling Is removed and Inflamed membranes aro hsaled and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottioo Only 23o5Ooan41OOIz ii BE SURE YOU GET i3r InoTrity- 51 thu4 J4i r h YIe feall J For lout l I DryGoodsJJ j any house in town and xye antyoa to come in and prIce our goods whenwe will coavioco you that we are selling themtlwiccs than ever before 0 Dress GoodsI2 Our oDdsliaripd coloreilSer escruiBeriesBroadclotbs1obalrs eteTrimrnioKsoodst TzShoes for Everybody V We are leaders rj Mengr Wpmeus aid Childrens Pine C1uldrensshoemade We htare some jobsin wometiafinosbqes at SPECIAL PRICES 6 rj Mens and Ladies Furnishings 4 You cant afford not to see our stock of Mcn and Lad1 SbirtsandUnderwearGreat variety of Wpmens Misses and Children Jackets Capes and Reefers all stylesjandl prices plush CTapefs as 4 low as yw HandsQmoly trimmed You rnustsecth rn to AppreciateS I iMens and Boys Clothing 1 m Nets the following prices un QloUiing 7 rt 4 Mens Wool Suits PiSO 5 Mens Fine Wool Suits SO 00 h A4 Iij MensFine Overcoats SGOO JJs j y MdnLs Storm 5 00 sr1Mens MacintshCQatl 50 s Mens GuuVGoats9150 V Boys and Children Suits Overcoats and Mackintoshes 5 proportionately r I Price our Carpets Rugs Oil Cloths Wall Paper etc beforeyou buy we will savoyou money The old adage Money Talks Iis very in our house for we always make special prices to Cash buyers Cunningham DaDeau Ic7 J M BUJITON K 1TARMON DEN JIATD02T r f tJ7B1JRTONC9DEN ITAYDON Sn MAcA0BL t l Ondertakers and FuneKl Directors t JibOEFINS v GASKETS 4SBURIAL ItIROBESIf I iR 1 DR Bolls Overcoats effeclive fr I 0 FULLY EJUIPPE1YSCalls answered pfpmpUy i iaT t or night I t i itr111h9 services o an EXIEBLENCIED EMBALMER i H1 graduate from a schqoUpf embalmingJ have seen engairM tt j c ItifmsUUUru IIgg l HAG AN BLOCK r J nOen ftp NGFELDrY j j fswsafcraKW i v JFfIId tt 1 he BYJIs0 y I jI in No troublQ to s1ioBuges and Wiir nesS and can liSAVELrQUMONEYI I J r Corn Down and seME1 t k ii SaMKARRIOKiJtPt JDnon1VA tsA Att N u7 7 w1I4 LEADER T o t41 It Grg UarmonIFi I THE LIVERYM i tl I c Has on handlEor the summer ctI season the BEST rigsin JI Fast ndsfo hors i itoWi1 siIrand reliable drivers r SPE OIAL4PPENTION = givexi to coiutheiciiU inem Livery connection with the = Springfield Hotel ci1t ItIr i t 1 l Ir TeIephcNci 3 j J JOS B CKSSELL FHYCiblAN ANbUtGEONQ- FFXCZ Hotros- k9to10ALf dito8pY I OFTICB In McChord JU3bertaonBldg HUBER H HjORD l DENTIST I OFFICThxE1LtRJ3rILD1xai i 2 imqF4LI5WL t i t t 1P JH LMPTON 1 f f t OFFIOEgdvanromcnrr CLEIIKS OPPICE r i C iPRJE RLNEI41Ri i 4l pMfICE HOUR xa tot p m i EVERY SAY r ttINGFI LDKYI DRaIi M BURTON 6 MESIDENT DENTIST t = TEETH EXTRA CTEDi WITHOUT PAfrqI I k FFJCB Hagan Blqck upstairs f SPRINGFiELD KY a BffeDental Work Strictly iFirstclassai 2 iWF NEIKIRKD ftrTORNEYATLAW4SG OFFlCE wltb cCfcCUOBD J t j GLAYBROOKE tffotJe at Law r l fi Si oIilatfenUbn given to the oV 57otIoa of notes abdacconnttI sISO4ewfh 0 McOh- ordSPRWGF1EUY loZ 7i EurekaSa1oou- r i i r keep constantly on band six ttoldj MOKENNA WHISKEYS 4HaQ for medicinal us- el l 1CI Coil Ltggerleerr on Tap t BIG SCHOONERS i THOMPSOnYPrppVrKY 1c1ENSORi A ri iiY BLACKSMITH SHOP t iA Horseshoeing Carriage Repairing and Gen ral Blacksmithmg Alliyprki guaranteed to give satisfaction at tho Casey shop SPRINGFIELD KY tpodtfveeure1lp1Jmtotho 5tMlts It Drutlau or by umpJea Joe fir man XLY BBOTRER8 M 7wrcn St Newark City r t E Ballarda now Liniment the most nJ WiPtratlng liniment in the orldIt fijtn s pain and Inflammation ot all Kinds ytiv ricdsfeOc Every bottle guaranteed r iirdon Robertton kcMOauft WMeie Sjrft wd SraekaT r Ute bat magitsttCfl1lioTIUenanaua1igotc9O4- Bicti8iwottdec rorter tb3trskes t t i ftnve JlII roficUts60oorlI CUr a r dCMrttsg XA7A2 TED S verat Trustworthy Per I40fl5 In thUlI late to manago our bfuJlJ1essln thClr own and ncarbti tW it isuialnly office work douiii 1sChonie Salary atralibt J900 ayear and ixpoiiae detinue bona fldono more c4 to jess salary Monthly 975 Refer stampedtiJ j tqo 0 033 e e E Ee E E E iNJ ABOUT T0WNIi a 33 3 3 a93 3r 1 am agenii fqr firstclass fire insurancecompaniesi PAT SLIMS DoyotiwanttobtiyagunI f so go to McElroy Shultzand examine their line of revolvers justj received All styles andI pnicsSTHE NewsLeader will be sent to any address from now untill 1900 beDollarliWANTED1est market cash price for turkeys geese ducks chickens andI e isggsSpringfield Ky MCELROY SHULTZ call the ahetthntionofhonew add this weektosome new I a buxiTHRMcGill slaughtering house ia the busiest place in town A big force of hands is employed abnthoTHE oyster and coffee social ivenbythe ladies of the Pres byterian church Saturday even idfi was quite a pleasant affair iizi Go toMrs J G Mansfield forc Cldaks and wraps Nothing car ried over from last season AllE uptodate Begin cut prices now to close out DONT forget that a penalty ofii per cent will be added on all1of axes not paid before Dec 1stt land taxpayers will save moneyrca trouble by settling with ofbeforethattimeH B Pow1LL Sheriff THEjst fitting waist most taress skirts best values ins J G MANSFIELDS i CHAPI E KIIIBERLATN shipped acarlOadthe Louisville market Monday MR BARBER EINEHAKT adver tises in this issue a sale of stock nd farming iimplements Louisville papers say ITHE C Miller and Grace lv Wilson of Washington county Ky were married in Jefferson ville Tuesday I HAVE just received my sixth large purchase of millinery goodS which will be sold at cut close out by the Ilast of thlB which is only fort Jdays MRS J G MANSFIELD aj MRjiL W TERHUNE of this county has purchased a farm of 247 acres near Springfield Wash i Ington county and with his famc ily will move there shortly Mercer county friends will be orry to lose so good a citizen as Mr Terhune THan dspr n Democrat WE call attention this weok to the new advertisement of W Smith Co which appears in this issue The firm is offering some great bargains just now iin clothing WE were tempted this week to go Hakelook for some of our country cWorrespondentsbeen heard from for several nweeksthe country correspondent every week for without his budget the NEWSLEADER appears short of one of its best features THE Washington Co Teach ers Association met at the pubS lie school house here last Saturday w tha good attendance of teachers from all parts of tlMcounty The as Tlishedwith some slight changes and the proceedings were both inte esting and instructive to all who participatedg MR W SMITH of the wellI known firm of W Smith Co who has been at Longview Tex for several months running a branch store is expected back to Springfield by Jan 1st and will then devote his entire at t tention to the Springfield busi ness which is already prosper 1I ling under the able management of Mr Kohnr the junior partner a MR W F PURDY of Louis i ville will be here on Wednesday evening November 23 and will I give an entertainment on tlietl Gramophone at the Courthouses Jfor the benefit of the Christian hurch at this place The en I tertainment will consist of band music ieligiousfsongs recitations etc This idistinctly heard in the largest halls in the state and is said to b e a very fine instrument Let Everybody gCand help thjjf worthy cause Admission is 15 Ian d 25 cents only J WALTER BROWN the well known local planing mill man who has been doing business re for a number of years as dealer in lumber coal ant other nes has sold out his business Mr Howard B McElroy is named as the purchaser but it generally understoodthat the property goes to Marks Green- eth firm that has been Mr Browns competitor in the lum r business Mr Brown hast said what ho intends to dot it is safe to say that he will soon be engaged in some other enterprise Marks Green who have always conducted a large business will now be en led to still further increase eir work Scarlet Feyjcr There have been several cases of scarlet fever to develop among the children of the vicinity during the past several weeks and although there seems to be no immediate danger of a further spread of the disease its appearance here naturally causes considerable uneasiness among the parents of children who pre in danger of being exposed to it A child of Mr James Webb living below town near the forks the Bardstown and Bloomfield turnpikes has a welldeveloped se and it is reported that one the children of Rev W M Stallings living on Grundy avenue is also down with it T ahealent in Nelson county for sometime and may have spread fromt there Every precaution should be taken by the local physician nd the parents of the childrent who are effected to prevent the spreading of the disease which is much dreaded FERSONKL Fred P Caldwell went to Louis ville yesterIay Hon John W Lewis was In Lou iBvIllo Tuesday W 0 Rogers of Lebanon was over TuesdayuThomas W Simms Jr was In Lebanon Tuesday WD and JS Olaybrooko were ii loomuield Sunday W D Claybrooke was In Danville last week on business Dudley Tapp has rentedthe house of L T C Noe on Grundy avenuetMrs Bon Lancaster of Lebanon is visiting her sister Mrs J A Mudd this placeIMiss Maud Newbolt of Marlon county Is the guest of Miss Annie Nelkirk Miss Oordlo Graves of Penick Ky is visiting the family of Dr J F RInohart this week Miss Nettle Kimberllu who haa been visiting friends In Franklin Ky has returned home 1Miss Kmma Boavon the popular GrundyIwho has been the guest of Miss Bertha aydon returned home this morning Mr Irvine WImsatt and Miss illie Knott were in Lebanon Tuesday to attend the MattlnglySpalding wedding Messrs Monte Fox and Sam Mc Dowell tho stock buyers of Danville were doing some trading with our farmers the first of the week Mr Hudson of Hudson Bros Louisville tho howo traders was here Tuesday on the lookout for fancy saddle horses and roadsters Miss Annie Cunningham left Tuesday for Louisville where she will attend the debut party of her cousin iss Ethel Davis which occurs on evening Mil E F Mayes left last week for Owen county whero ho is asslgncgj for duty by Collector Sapp Ligtj is one of the Democratic storekceper who was laid off some time ago and his reInstatement while rather unexpected is an evidence of his worth to the service NELSON NOTES The Record John Settles was before County Judge Daupherty yesterdayj charged with drawing a double barreled shotgun oft his brother In law John Campbell About week ago Settles and Camp bell it seems fell out over some private matters arid a tragedy was narrowly averted by prompt interference on tbepartot iriends Campbell works aso secttollhabd on the r ilr adandj Settles liyes with Mr Barney Kingan Coxs CreeK JudgeII L iloilsokeepers Attenti9nl t i t We have just received another large sTripment of the Lisk AntiKusting Tinware We guarantee every price not to rust iand will replace every piece that does rust with pew one EREE QE CHARGE Come in and llook at it4It cant be beat We are closing out our stockof Granite Ironware at greatly reduced prices Come in and get bargains Will also make special i prices on Japanned Chamber Sets We have some beauties Our stock of Hardware Tinware Stoves etc is completet Coal Vases Loaded Shells Coal Hods Sausage Mills Shovels Tongs Sausage Stuffers Pokers Etc Butcher KnivestSTable Knives Etc Try our Warranted Razors any Scissors Come and see what we have and get our prices We handle none but the best made MELROY CSt SHULTZ Daugherty continued the trial till Saturday and released Settles on his own bond Judge Goldrick of the Police Court has administered justice to the following parties during the past week Em McElroy and Kate Connor colored street walking 5 and costs each Jm Patterson colored disorderly conduct f5 and costs Wm Lilly and Burba disorderly conduct 5 and costs each S T Shawler disorderly conduct 5 and costs Lilly and Burba were placed on the rock pile in the jailyard but in some manner they made their escape and fled the town Mr Charles L Arnold and Miss Lelia Brooks of this place were married Friday afternoon t 1yb JefferuI sodtown The marriage was i the nature of a surprise b tbejrI many friends here as their en gagoment hqd never been an nounced There was no parent ali cbjections and the couple went to Louisville in order to have a quiet wedding Mrs Arnold is the daughter of Mr Louis F Brooks of this county and is a most estimable young llady Mr Arnold is a salesman for the Champion Machine Com pany of Springfield Ohio and- si widely known and popular The couple relumed here Sat rday evening and are at present boarding with the grooms parent Mr and Mrs James Arnold Senator McGhord Courier Journal Senator C C McChord of Springfield isis the city He is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner in this district but he is here on other business Later in the winter he will make a tripthrough the distnctw which embraces twenty norJefferson The nominating con yention will be hell early in the spring It looks very much like Senator McChord will be npWIt nated without much of a ti htIas he already has the support of the loading politicians as well as of hundreds of tho people every county iin the district inI McCbord is accompanied by McOhord and Miss Margarett Grundy NlcObord who are stol ping with friends at 1JM Fourth avenue Grain Market Corn Quotations scarcely alter and the market is very quiet but firm in tone The American visible supply de creased 1011000 bushels last week making the total supply but little over half the stock at the same date last year Ship ments from all exporting coun tries were large Argentina sending out nearly a million bushels while the crop news from Russia is goodlWheatStatistics at the close of last week were depressing and slight declines resulted The Russian crop estimate was in creased to over 400000000 bushels and large exports from Rus sian and Danubian ports con gtmed the prediction India also shipped liberally and the total exports from all countries ox ceeded ten million bushels The American visible supply gained 1524000 bushels and European stocks also reported an increase Purchases for export were more liberal later in the week and- valueS hardened slightly but ROOd crop news from all sections of tills country prevented any material advance J F1P1 CALDWELL ATTORNEYATLAWAND Court Stenographer Deposition Court Reporting all kinds of Shorthand and Typo writer work Office with W a McChord- SPRINGFIELD KY It MRKSIjSI I Fashionable r rJ pI33Dressmaker Dresses made in the latest I piandl 1ition guaranteedroi roift lalcan l the rooms over Postoffice It llat SPRINGFIELD KY t Transfer p Wagoll1O SRUN BV S EHHeadquarters Scott Mayes Undertaking and Furniture store I desire to notify the public that I am prepared to dp alSkinds of hauling Telephone i No 17 or leave orders Special attention given to delivering trunks or moving household fur ituro- S E CLEMENTS t Sure 9Hgn of JroupFIIoarHcrieM In a child that in subject tto pICouRh Remedy is clvon ns soon ns tho child bccomoa honrt0 or ovcti after tho croupy ouKh hus appeared it will iireFvont tho attack Many mothers who have croupy children llnd that It saves thom ninrh trouble Rndorrv n ClwnytMnt to take Ilnvdon A Robertson CASTORIAFor Infants and Childrenl The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho- Signature of Farm for Rent I have for rent my farm situated on the Bardstown road about four miles from Spring field and containing 100 acres with a good comfortable dwell i lparticularsMiss SALLIE MUDD Ntfy A KIDNEY DISEASE l Given Up by Four Doctors Beaver Dam 0 Aupf 27 1805 bytourl n neighbor recommended F9Joys Rid jioy Cure Today SilO Is ablo 10 walk several miles without fatigue I tool wo would have l8therlrWIlS not lor your medicine Respectfully Mns J M BAILEY W tconst business in their own and nearby cuun ties It is mainly office work conducted at homo Salary 8trilKhtS900 ayearund oxppnsea dollniie bonn Jlndf no mote less salary Monthly 75 Rofer stompedavolopoortiucnt Af Chicuao A GRITKAL TIME During the Battle of San tiago SICK OR WELLARUSH NIGHT AND DAY The Packers at the Battle of Santiago do Cuba were all Heroes Their He role efforts In Getting Amunltlon and Rations to tho Front Saved the DayP Butler of pack train No L writing from Santiago do Cnb on July says We all had diarrhoea In more or lent violent form and when wo landed vro had no timeto a doctor for lIt was a case ot rush and rush night and day to keep tho troops supplied with amunltlon and rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we wcro able to keep at work and keep ur health in fact I Sincerely bollovothat at ono critical time this moklciuo waS an indirect savior to our army for If tho ackora hal been unable to work there would have boon no way of getting sup les to the front There wore no roads that a wagon train could use My com de and myself had the good fortube to y in a supply of this medicine before wo left IVmpa and I know in rour cases absolutely saved my life The above letter was written to the manufactuiors of this medicine the CImmbfrlain Medicine Co DwiMoineala For sale By Haydon Jt Robertson THE MARKETS Tko following table represents tho pricesI aid for farm products la byI the dealers therein It is corrected up to oclock Wednesday but It subject to thereafter on private advices em Louis villa dealers heat per bu 50 to 55 101JatRRye per bu 60 Clover per bu 2 to 2 25 Thnothy per bu 85 to OI rchard Grass per bu 75 to 90 ay Timothy poi cwt 50 Hay lover per cwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnished by tho Louisville Live tock Journal ill West Malt Street Lou isrlllo Ky Extra shipping U 50a4 75 Light shipping 4 50a4 75 Best butcher steers 4 85a4 65 Fair to good butcher steers 73a4 2g Common to mod butcher steers 3 603 90 Thin rougbetocrs poor cows and scalawags 25a3 25 Oxen good to extra8 50a4 00 Oxen common to medium 2 a3 50 eeders 4n455 Stockers 4 n 75 nulls 3 OaS Veal Calves 75a8 00 J MILCH COWS Choice nnlch cows t t35 00a45 air to good 0025 HOGS hoice packing and butchers 2251bto8001b u 410 Fair to good packing lb toSOOlb 410 Good to extra light Ib 4 at 10 Joat shoals 1204C01b 3 Fat shoots 100iaO Ib 8 40a3 Pigs 00 to 90 lbs fr PSToaSSS- Rougbs 150400 Ib v 3 KoS 40 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep S 23a3 50 Falrtogood 8o3 5Common to medium 3 a8 00 Bucks 3 o350 Skips and scallawags por head SOot 00 Extra spring lambs 5 WaOOO Best butcher lambs 4 25a4 75 Fair to good butcher lambs 8 75a4 25 Tallrends 250a800 lor Inucd 1I7 AWw laG Umoo N 1r1 r ow ready for inspection Fall Millinery Oloaks Capes and Skirts at sauna room occupied lust spring 1MRSJ SCURES DR CALOWEU- LSYP3UP CONSTIPATION PEPSI N In 1887 Mr Thomas McfUtoabot Alien ontcrr1Whlclby cstIlyslcaDlLln lclmcssoni without a cure ho says jJFinallyI tried Chamberlains Colic Cholorn iind Diarrhoea Remedy Attar uslnJf bout twelve bottles I was qurpd sound aUd well ITaydouA Robl1tsoni JfoToBao for Flttl cents OuirantceJ tobacco habit cafe tntvlcrt xrcak oeaitronc blood pure Me All drugGIsts t o rAAvViIIf4S The CLOAK fi Jt p J r1 ftf InIpRT1rPJTI11 f jf j 1 p t t r i j ofMcCHORD ROBERON 1ijJ1 ldOy X c I tiR complete with all theW thingse rL t tLadres Jacketst fkna the new effects i z i St rJVhp Cheapest to the finestln Plain W t eDdotJ h effects 4 ft t t Tid in Plan bdlesaPS Rough effects aLlc flue line Plusht Wraps fr ni 1150 r I t t iqfisoo 11-k c1 Mfsses and Childrens Jackets in alliti1 izs and 1ds IDJL1n Wrapsa a nice assortnontSS- 55etlymadabklrtS made npin first classsstyleandthoy fly Now designs in Ladies and Childrens Furs a Pullline LadiesandMiseWalkingS 4 Hats Sailorg Tam QShaaters anda CapCSChOdren and Infants headgear of JJ alllnn 1ssPrices are right Styles all thevlatesf Call in and see them No trouble tp nshow 1sjj y CMcEhod Obpf onIy jtmnwnnnnnnnnnntnwi l- K J TSMAX S S E CLEMENTS JY MAYES L b TSMbWES1 i CO c I II d Sr i i Jindeata hers and K 1Y A Fnrnitre De lcrs 4 iJ i X i tv 1WeJ done by Mr Clements a graduate of a school of env I i balming and we carry Everything in UndertaMng goods and our stock kCOMPLTE1nevryctaiL l if Calls promptly attended to day and night i 5 iSJr tOur stock qf furnitureis fine and complete and if you want Carpets Mattings Rugs Bedroom Suism tRockers Tables Chairs or anything in the frnnure1 1A tv line givelis a call Xx 3 X J t f J c MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD KY i11 j t i iJ 41J IABUSINESS T 1 EDUCATION 1IiurwuU1lU1uU OUIQ1Ducceuln Ule PI IngeoD cd ltle lulpoflance to sijoDi h jjS 4IhOnlng at tbo tclioal that stands la tho very front rank tb sjg f BRYANT 8TRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE t It f D LOUISVILLE KYw 4I1ookkeeptjv Shorthand TeTegrapKy Write for bqautiifol book living testimonials J fr mJJ j 1 graduates occupying prominent positions all over JItho United States It will be mailed FREE H HaMartrsuadq te 1 inlf FOR THE FARMERS tZ j cf We handle all kinds 6f Fannements and Wagons and carry a coiffmbte Iline of Fine t Buggies Phaotons S11rr6ys3 Etc SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS The beSt W wheat drill on the madiet One and two M horse sizes f fci Yr + r11 t4 Lkindsr b i iJf 1 THOMPSON g LAE1i-f f SPRINGFIELD KY NEW LIVERY FIRM i L 5yWHARTONTAPPN- ow r tl Ready toi 3 usineSsi witliTiTstClaial f Accmniodations tSS i Ss T G OOD ORS r2 tr ob1 BUG3IES f- ii Yt 4 i iiSSii FlFl- SpxQiulattenti9n given lo bbard and feed lhorses MJ SjiSz i t i ThoBestAccommcdatIons for TtflIS1Iat 4 Jack w Thompsons old stand SPRINLFILD KsS1 = ijijt 4V rw Ti I i i 1iThNtWLfR tL for Infants and Chiidreru The M You RaJa Always Bought BEARS THE SIGNATURE OP Ifti l In Use Fpr Over SO Years THZCCNTAURCOU 1tUTST1tlrT ncwlaCITI Ty 5 s g iffia ilm oo14i1 1 I t L GREAT ThWUSTRY- If EMPLOYS OVER CNS MILLION PEB illofTintVarious tries to eiilcli JJIectrlcttjr If l AjipllfUTelosruph awl Teleplibno Olva 4Work to Uuuilretirtfllii n ind Froma t Hallrod Cur to a Cbn Now nun By It Moro than lOOOU persons In thoJJ ynitcd States It Is now computed tct1JJ t tthelrl1vellhcod thrnsgh employiaeiits 4 dcndet upon or onnecrod wth the Ic of ectricity and compared with 4 the United States the nuuber of per iIs eoas eo employed in other countries Ispractically Insignificant The rapidsl 1 Increase ct the electric business of thl2e t cooHtry Is shown by tho tact that at i Cthe time of taking the Ilast naflarthia census ihatlS90 no serious effort was ciadc to EiyoflgTires ehowlng thoox tept of the uea of eiestricjly JiThere arc In tho United States near 1S1texclusive of tho3e maintained by thfe jrallrbadcb3i2pale3 for the conduct andarcfinlatlcajjf their trains Tnk1n into r account toe raph operators telegriiph tctl1npnnr epIcyee and those In5 thestel graph service of the railroads there arc 150000 persons coaaected wIth the transmission telegraphic messages In the United States There aro now C00050 miles of telephone wire in the AUnted Statoa more thnd 1000 es tSi tjcono branch offices exclusive oftl course at pay stations The number- Soemjoyee3 t f tte telephone corn panics of the United States Ila 25OOQt exclusive of those etigaged in construc lion and repair xrotk for thacompnIis fu 1rThe gradual substitution of tho alecfcurront for horse power on urfacoi railroads has added largely to the num Iter of employees of electric railroads l there are now b the Vnlted Statee liiOOO miles at electric or trolley oadsIand these pads sfvo eniplcyment ItIs 4 computed to 130top persons as m wr t men coadoctors clerks Inspectors onoV electricians Then there Is the Item of electric lighting which Is one Of the most Important branches of the development of electric service but likewise one the figures of which are 3 nicrt fragmentary Nearly every ImIiporlant city of the United State3 andImany unimportant cities too are light ad by electricity as well as private houses stor08publIc buildings tunnels Bridges caveS mines and parks ndJI the use of tho electric current In man r ufacturing Ja constoaUy on the InjiSrease Machlnea are run by electriclI many manufacturing operations are parfonned by It elevators are run by jelectricity faniJ for cooking purposes are run by electricity anT as these uses are extended tho number5Df persons employed Is Lteedllybelng Increased t Theiio aro still to be addod to the flgUtes of another branch of the bus- ness oner of the most 1I1o bnftlemanufacture of electric appliances j I which 4tl3 computed gives jnenl to more than 25000 cnIployJ Taking all the figures probably not tar from the lirntthero are lOGOOOO persona lli sayI theI United SUites dependent upon electric Xlty for A livelihood 3IDnuITlnrahICtthqullke I Eoirle interesting computatIons and Investigations havo been made on the eJirthQuaka which disturbed Calcutta a yar ago This earthquake was regis tered at nineteen observatorIes In Eu wasCepiacntor The seismographs end mag netogrsphs made records of the distur basce and the average of the results obtained Indicates that the mean surface velocity of the first vibrations was either nn or eleven Jcllometrea ic let tccqndtbrdthg to the time t- atn torfa These first vthra ir i1ll erealt Jfhe H lUr Ldrtf 1ndcthdy tiscondtt1on When t ibenJirratsercLodccre2se wiaz- uJJ mf3 dry splits at Ute iruS fomes llln combingJ when therto6sfsappcars And the hair 6e fcmes gray or faded the illhealib of iht hair Is indicated The success of AYERS HAIR VIGOR is doe to th tic Ihsi ii restores tfts hulrpra cogorillenCDtJraqcam ns of ikz htft folUdest and thus 3fr1Y orfaded fiatr regains its original gmcwkcgiis ire Is restored Ihayc used Jzle 7hlltr Y f-I te 3ers ltcau i Uithttkoepitutasf ajte tr bT1r to WfT Wvysst Pa A- tlcns which lasted for twentythree minutes were followed by large Jong n periodic oscillations whose velocity was either 261 or 276 kilometres par- econd Crossing Italy tho complete i ave rust have been 54 kilometres in length and the height of Itscrest i abeut half a metre r Electric BeadUehta for Locoinotlvcs Numerous experiments havo been with electric headlights for loco and the advantages of this form of lamp seem to ba generally con eded In a system that has met with considerable success a steam turbine used to drive a dynamo both en ine and dynamo being mounted on the mccbo behind the lantern The nUro apparatus Is 26 Inches long 13 Inches high md 18 inches wide The t is directed against the rim of gli1impinge before It passes Into the ex haut chamber Tho normal speed is 800 revolutions per minute and horsepower is developed The aboutIIIproduces a current of 25 amperes t 40 volts pressure which is suppllca or to Incandescent lamps In the cab as wen to the which fistshiej locomotlvesland prac in Italy than In any other coun i try The first crematorium was eatab m llahcd in Milan in 1876 and there aro ow fifty In operation in Italian tern tory The specie Toom on ocean steamIJ ships Is usually sixteen feet long ten feet wide and eIght feet hjgh It ormed at steel plates a quarter of an In thickness with a steel doorb which has a burglirproof combination lock HARP AND BANJO STRINGS Xna fleaS and Finest Grades Are All Undo In It1ydIt has always been believed that sIollnmade out of the viscera of tho cat sultabloror r tad as Ian as my investigation goes m has never been so used Violin strings are made of many kinds of skins but principally out of sheep skins The secret Is In curing the skins whIcha has always been kept In Italy whsre all the finer and better grade of strings are made Thero are however several concerns in this country which turn out musical strings and they make very good grade though they do notI compare as yet with the Italian strings AH the poets whq havo cung of thetmusical insides of the cat were wrong Even Shakespeare who was phenoin enslly correct generally In his produc- tIons fell Into the prevailing error probably because he did not take the trouble to look Into the matter and acTcepted the general opinion The vari cus metallic or wire strings are imSproving constantly and are used intlarge quantities and by the best musicians j They havo one advantagea over tho skin strings when used out of doors in that they aro not affected byb the weather In damp weather ek or gut strings as they are generally named ore affected very much andfnotwithstanding all tho tightening they are very frequently fiat In tonet InJluencc l a timbre technically speaking that cah be got out of a skin string that rott wire string yet made will give you A Peculiar Znduatryi i In one of the streets In the neigh borhood of the farn us London Bridge there has for tome time been carried on an Industry peculiar even to thatE city of curious and crowded occupa tlons namely an eelskin leather facll tory Here are prepared and manu facttured an interesting variety of ar ticles from the skin of the common celEBy means of numerous complicated processes the skins in question are rssnlpulated until they rerrtmble and would bo easily taken for leather al though of a more glutinous and pliable nature In one specialty this strange a substance Is cut into long thin strips J and plaited very closely together for whiplashes and to cover portions of ththandles of more expensive whips Cer tain kinds of lashes and harness laces are also made from such skins com blnlng flexibility and toughness Eel In LonllonETalking about fishing I am remind ed ot the destruction of the famous London Sunday eel market which had existed on the Surrey side for over throe hundred years Customers went from all parts of the metropolis to pur cchssetThet and theeels were sold by the gtabtt 6tsponco a time The eels vforo first placed in sand and the Vendor would seize a handful which made about a pound It Is astonishing how ninny of ourieighbore eat eels Not long ago awhiuaaSpnuo above the Pork many of the squirming things came out and there l wcs a lively contest for their pos tSozslon 1 would as lief eat a snake Eels are of great economic Importance I MI Ship lila SvrcethcnrU The word fihlp Is masculine In Branch Italian Spanish and Portu Kfaoiw and p Jflefaos flo sex In Teutonfq tad Seandhu faB Per apa It wowia sot bo an error to tra4 the cnstow Ii io Creek 1v I tL4ttc deference to Athcqo goddess oL tin coa But the sailor assigns no such reasons Tile ship Is to hIm a vent able eweothjiart She poaeeeEbs o waist collars Etya lacet bonnets ties ribbons chains watchoa aq 4 dozens of outer feminine valuables v t Eversbodr Warned jln Ailaona rancher baa posted the following notice ou a cottonwood tree near his place My wife Sarrah haa left ny ranch when I didnt boo a Thins Too bar and I want It distifckly usderstocd that any Men as takes her In and Keers for her on my account Idli got himself Pumped eo Pull of Led that SOnIC tsnderr Jot will locale him for a mineral claim A word to the wite is sufHclcnt and orter work on toolsIIAn OM University The oldest university In the world is at Poking It la called the School for the So of the Empire Its antlqulty is very great and n granite register lnumberi graduates MACHO BITOTBILYBR i Want to ask you a question Go ez Well my dear boy what Is It Where did you gotyour money He looked at me thoughtfully and mocked the asn froth his fcigar Where ild I get my money he repe ted slow what conIjernlng It Pedro There are all sorts of stories I re plied some probable some wildly posSible tome goodhumored more ill natured You will pardon my frankness If I tell you that I have heard come people call your wealth Illgotten gains whisper of retired highwaymen nd the llko There are others who int darkly at counterfeiting Among the lower classeq there Is a widespread belief that you have sold yourself to the devil And I have even met intelli ent people wno hinted at supernatural eans Perhaps they were right was his laconic reply stared at him Listen nnd you may perhaps tell me whether the means were supernatural no I have navor been able to cide The reason that the source of my- ortune has ncv r been discovered was acause the only man who knew of it lot tho city the day after He paused The day after what I queried He lit a fresh cigar and then began You know me two years ago wh n was poor iou also knew as did ally friends that I had a passion for gaming You would all of you chorus when speaking of me Poor Bonilla He hen the worst cf vIceshe is a dos erate gambler You were all wrong did not play simply fop love of it I played because I was poor One evening I was feeling unusually lue I never drank as you know that is never to excessand certainly never to do what is called drowninl Borrow ely resources was the gaming table Unfortunately I had in my n6a sescion a considerablb Bum of moley which had bcn intrusted to me by a riend for the purpose of 4yln some ebts he had been suddenlycalled Wy from the city I entered tho gambling hell and seated myatlf at the cuieto table Fortune waa against me the few duroa that bblo gcd e were soon gone Something seemed to possess me that niglu I was not myself I did what I neT r should have di earned myself capable of dolngI staked my friends noJley I staked it nd I lost It niL 7 I was about to speak Do not condemn me he InterruPt- ed you could say nothing Severer than were my selfreproaches Long sat there glaring at the other players As I watched the Ivory ball spin rcund my train seemed to spin round oo My sense seemed to be leaving me I felt as if life were no longer dear to me Penniless and dishonored what was thee left to live for As thesethoughts passed through my working brain thenight wore on le players dropped off one by one The tables were gradually deserted oon there was but ono loft lighted he roulette table before which I sit nd at which ono persevering gamstcr was trying his luck Finally he too wearied and I wie left alone with the ankert who was the proprietor of tho gambling hell- I do not know why But I began to eel uncomfortable However he con tinuedI The banker looked at me Inquiring ly I half rose to retire I had fully determined to blow out my brains in the street and that I did not do co is owing to ono of the strangest of cir cumstances so strange that you will not blame me for wondering whether it was supernatural I half rose I say and as I did so I saw upon the floor a round bright object which had a silver Ehimmcr as the gaslight fell upon it It was a coin n A peseta I Interrupted breathless ly Yes ho went on a little bit of sliver coin only a peseta But It saved my life I placed my foot upon it and motioning to tno banker said A peseta on the seventeen The banker knew mowellbe had cause toand without making any quiries ho repeated my wager after mend set the ball awhirling It stopped jn the seventeen Seventeen wins saId he and on he seventeen clanged seven silver du ros Again It stopped ct seventeen Seventeen wins said the banker Again I left the glittering pile upon the seventeen and again it won Say n several times did the goddess For tune smile upon me And when f topped it was not because I feared to venture further but because I had broken tho bank The poverty stricken wretch who a few moments before had- ontemplated suicide was now weal thy And the peseta said I you have that still of courseSstrangoIsmile Why exclaimed I with surprise had I been you1 would have kept It ll my life No he replied with a strange culiar smile you would not havo kept It v And why nol When stooped toDIck up the cola foundrnothing VS Nothinrl 1 qcfcoed Why whit whers 3 That whjJ1lha kea for a pjMiu obIdfl pIvrd me waa I1Ylml fA rIf i t Baby Min j Every mother feels an ijade scribablc dread of the pain and danger attend ant up9thecritic l periodBecoming a mothershould source of joy to all but the suffering andlv makelitsl OTHERS FREWEDi 10womenincident yhourSeverest trial is not only made painless but all the danger is reh usethis I spondent or gloomy nervousness A Cditionsi mule ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so com mon to the critical hour arc obviated by the use of Mothers Friend It is a blessing to woifian 5100 PJ3B BOTTLE ataU Drua moro or seat by express on receipt ov nrico fREE IetIe The bflAVrIZLD BSflULiTOn ItUata GaOi I A VERY LONLLSII Never SYculd Slave Dell Ted It If H Had Not toon It The plan with a bunch of twino for whiskers was shaking Juts chin at tha company of llstenerj ono of whom had shortly before read from a newspaper a story of a man falling down a well and sustaining novery serious Jury Which remind me gents he said That what I am about to relate to you is a fact aclam cold fact that I i Wa3iwhoreIwas a straight shaft deep Some said n was 875 but gents Im j a truthfulman and I know it was j twentyflrfe feat one inch short of that for I measured it myself Well to make ajong story short one day there was a yman out to see the mlno from New York to buy It He had a pot- of money and he looked like he carried it aound under his vest for he was as fig through as a base drum and built oiy them proportions 1 feucss he weighed pounds though it might lave been only 298 Anyhow he was standing around tho mouth of the sbaf one morning and by some chance or other ho toppled over and down he went I was looking right at him when he toppled and I never want to see another mans face look like his dId then gents indeed I dont Not much Well to mnlio a long story short we looked et each other for a mlnut as he went down the hole and then we broke for the cage which was fastened up yet and two of ts started down after him expecting to find him a mangled mass at the bottom But wo didnt and as wo began to near the bottom we heard him yelling like a coyote to hold up or wed mash the life out of him That ecared us worse than the other weImake a long story short by gum do you know that we found that he had gone down that hole so fast and ho fined it up so full that he had ccm pre sBd the air In It to such an extent that by tRj time fce got pretty near to tho bottom ho wasnt moving faster than he would have moved through realtyItorn and couldnt got either way which was what scared him co as we comedown on him in the cage Very pecu liar occurrence gents and if I hadnt Keen it with my own eyes I never would have believed it in the world Never IA HmnnilnirIHrtr Umbrella front of a window where I worked was a butternut tree A humming bird built her nest on a limb that grew near the window says a writer In the American Sportsman and we had an opportunity to watch her closely In lISfact wa could look right into the nest dy when tbore was a heavy show lacecoming up wo thought we would if she covered her young during the rain Well when tho first drops feil she came and took in her bill one of two or throo large leaves growing close by and laid this laf over the neat so as completely to cover It then she flew away On examining the leaf we found a hole In it and in the side of the nest was a small stick that tho loaf was fastened to or hooked up on After the storm was over the old bird came back and unhooked the leaf and the nest was perfectly dry Threw C2OOOO Into the There Is one interesting RhcrIthe career of Sir Herbert which is not generally known After the fall of Khartoum in 1885 an mous Quantity of stores had to onorI stroyed owing to the want of port Among then wan about a mil lion rounds of ammunition wLch wuIordered to bo thrown into the Nile The duty of superintending its struction fell to Kitchener and when it was finished he found to his dismay that the contents of two of the boxes thrown Into the river were not ammunition but 10000 gold sovereigns apiece It is hardly probable that any attempt will be made to recover the lost treasure when the expeditionary forces reach the spot for after the lapse of thirteen years It must be buried beyond all hope of recovery In the mud of which tho bed of the Nile is composed An 1bhue Im afraid said the Spanish omcer as ho saw shell after shell fall short and drop in the ocean that we havent accomplished anything by all this shooting jOh yu we have replied his su perior encouragingly ET erT little helps We hare made the sbJI Uglier so that we can run fasten f 5Ueve9O Envelope J Envelope atlnJg manatectuwid wilh ariiwixiUryl hack whlph can ito adBretBed by Ute sender in order that the roceivw flay rjvers It te cover the frat d ttIJ lore to r tani it to t cTt e j V i aA GlittiM0 Listt The best Magazines t nclJ Neve spapes published in the couritjy offered at re duced r teste NEWS LEADER subscriber- sAs a siiccnil inducement to new aubscriberanand old ones who 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