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JC q- w t qaa1 a IJIiMia 0I IItn 7ISHHngfMW 1 EH t rtt f 4i Ii l yN7 i SPRINGFIELD y f WASHINGTON 9 COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 24 1898 ibo r 1ti r om J L I OUR DIRECTORY Jt S Rl aFI L ty Qt Wah tTtCt iormty53miloe jouth west of Lx I iw UCromtl 1av11lo on Baird rD Lcneb of LouWyi1fu4 NashviUff If UrniU ia farming iaid agiciIthr1disi iI tAst Two bgkstegrpk ind telephone f Ifh vspre s qfe8 fnu fiiUIs lumber yifi jPopulatooa 1100 population of ctHj 15990 itepreifentatlvB IB Congrees J Hpn DJL S4z IcfceRvftlo1Xv r1SeB tiv1a E eitu3cyLcgslaturo- S1eh VeaeaMtve If j1t ies Honu C ymCliordvBpringfleW COUNTY DIRECTORY WT CicaU Court trlM on the fourth Mon v EobrrTlayahlQ r ji katt81lOSJVde V Svy CSonfeionwealUrAttorney f P CftiiipbeU Cl rtc lW S1111m1 Mas v r Co tnmlKloner SS t UAKTCftUY CRT rter1y tourtfbeI4onthotbrd1on l lr3nuryAprili JulY and October t SI tJA1yr dpo SWN1YOGUPIt It vdontJ3ee on thoourthMo- nc c e1Ch meeth 4i ritseylMge 1flooker Oonti C1er T SICayc Cbwtv Attorney 1thIthLfler 83 ovveUBheriff l1Un iOro Oiboine Deputies 5Z i tastor3 x hxlckF4toe County tniTeyoK TJBryan J4i arard riejttly tA Campbell county treasure prnN1jLDUlJOTO 5 Bater PolIce Judge i iraoo aribsL Wdjlfcrtd city Attorney i JUWTICB COURT t Aktfco courts are bald in Januarft April J jtepnd Cetober cHURfLTDI2GTORY BAPTIST CHURCH KerG C PvP P ntor Services every SsHdhyat U 8 a and 8 1m Sunday- 8 hOat 810 Prayer Jfeetlns on Wed tdnIbt at 7O an METHODIST CHUjBCH 1tftVFranjiciBJwist astnr Services on rn4taranlrdS dal eaThwnthi Illnand rm i PRESOYTERIAN CHURCrf tcvfllO TAwaonPtorSevce53- TCyhI11utftuiIS1ytflt PsyrMet LceryTknzdayatght CATHOLIC CUURCH p osyito S seTflr ttdictSna1 to oclocka i Serv1ce a oJfo m ho X9jj Ji TERN l0RDfRS jMXBavjo LODOR Springfield lodge Ko 50 ts oecoad Mond y In each mctitfa Washiiton R O phaptar ii87 meets 1t W third Kondav aprjngnold Coumcil 2To 53 meets every faart i opdIKinows or Hosoi Meets every seconcl 1outh Monday In ouch month bt u rot TBB Meet every 1 Sr t Ttfedasadarof cachaonth J l LtJldN TIME TABLE iirriMlud Depirtue it Trains r jr 42 44 1111I115YaUoiHIU 541135 os flookerr4714ZftIJ Ml Croakcs 554158- H57 Wdddlawn 003213 117 Early Times 127 5JW 15 d5town 6 28 35- 55f41S3 j12aretha63030SIi 4sjj 3p Samuels 6 8 W Si 10 Demtsvlllc 045360- fiSrlftlO Cano Spring 63 4 05 5 lit 05 Hobbs 6 415 610 9 53 Clatmont 7 Ot 4JIO 4 43 Bazdstown Junct 7 105iJO 440 BhephcrdtvUlB 7 4jt JIubenr 727 4 311 South Park Jwvt87i 8 no SOuth Louisville 7 50 555 4101 S LvLouisvWoAr 8 5 6 10 I AI 4 X I Jiersonali VjiKCr6lp medical MferencebooTc 1Mp taoa at81tted with any speek- I4ic7tto4or l deltcftto dlaease peculiar to tSeir aor JLddre tho leading physi clanjjwnd anreons pf eUnIted States Jr Hathasray Oo 70 Dearborn stroot Chios t = ocvaut Ac aD IN ONK OAIT ffnko JUiatJvfl Bromo Qulnln Tablets Alldrofgliils refund tho money if it fills to curs For sale byHaydon fi Rooei IMA and Waters A Browfle 7 Tctc MI dEcma J Tha ut M9 ItehiBg End BmarHng lncl + dent to tim fligewe fa lastsntl all fby anplyteg Ch zaborl lns we and casesYvo16cqnally tMoisttt for ftc plies and u fivciit rm rfO sore nipples ci2amtid ks cld1bWE troft bltel anochrorio cet cyn af dp per box arejaqtnditioaTonle bloodfirifiEr and vcrmHtif They are sot food but putSa J rorebt prisna cofidov Pried 2C I JWptIkK8 TIteJhee rlMfer tA TtaM ett iMael dampenea with onfeuiiaiiiirtlAIIIer WlHMi jKHibtedwithjipsIn In hirp l With UM psinK relief which It aawnl IttM Atwl a certain lor rbettnuUgtu Baydon Rob t W 1v w pl lJ3W 1r J4 NEWSLEADERmmmmL 2 i ierieYoL t plr liE Odds and Inds o Gossip 1 5553 A SONGOF THANKSGIVING The skies aro gay and treaty Andihe fields lie brown and bare rFpr the crpwa are In the pine trees And tbo snow Is in the atrv The WInd bas swept the blilslde x And Is vbf3tllnfflaihe eaves Where It scattQrs roundthO dooryard Stfll a few November lleaves Jliut the bins and barns Are bursting With their summers golden storeIAnd the apples from the orchard Cpvor all tho cellar floor And Iherojs laughter in the old bouse Fot the foUrs bave come from town And the biggest fattest inrkeys In the Oven turningl brown And a vaguq and Jiappy splendor Lies on autumn hill and glade ForThanksgiving day has broken And the pumpkin pies are made 4Arthur J Stringer in Xonlsyille Commercial it BADI llIABITriontyoUknow rv da local inerchantto the NewsLeader manthat this thing of buying on credit ha gotten to be a habit with sOme men which they cannot break off no mattes how much you may stdve to convince them that it isaainsttfic1 own in terests I have known men to buy on credit when they hadJ money in bank for which they had no immediate use but still hoywoud not tradewith a man unless he allowed them credit These men are nearly always good and will pay their debts nil right if you give them time but they wont pay cash Then there is another class of men r who have a habit too contin ued our friendand tfiis habit is a bad one and annoying to we merchants t is the habit of slow pay There are some nI n this county in good circiim stances who are never in a hurry about their debts They dont mean to beat you but they opposed1tQpatlput it off They dont nTindj rt being dunned eitherin fact 1Therel too ve habit olneverI paying at all They are the worst of course as probably every business man will testify It FIRM The sale of the NEW mill business of J Walter BrpwnY as reported in the NewsLeader last week re suits in the forming of a new firm or rather the enlarging of an old one by the addition of a news partner and new capital and working property Mr Ho ward BMcElroy who bought out the business of Mr Brown has consolidated his new prop erty with that of Marks Greene and the name bf the newII firm is Marks Greene The firm by th6 way is contrib uting quite extensively toward literally building up the town it having under construction several houses now with a num ber more under contemplation Hooir DRESSER I1 one is to Q judge by the amount of business done bjr the Springfield dressmakers and milliners re marked a lady the other day lithe ladies of this neighborhood are good dressers There arej quite a number of good dress makers around town and dur lug the spnng and fall seasons they are always busy in fact- S e would think that the dress making business is about the most prosperous of any at cer tain seasons The fact is our lady friend is right for Springfield ladies have a wellearned reputation for dressing well andl appearing well at any and alll timeswhen theoccasiond mands TJABLY E N T R I ES Although L early in the action there is said to bono less tfian four prob able entries in the race for the democratic nomination for rep csentative from Washington county in the next Kentucky Legislature Of v course there may not be that many to make Jhe start when the race is made up but I have heard tho names of no less than four wellknown Democrats of the county men tioned as probable candidates any One of which would doubt less make a creditable representative should he get the nomina tion and then succeed in beating his republican bpporient who will no doubt appear on the scene ia duO season J 4iIa TnnALEnTThe wiley pen ONSipn attorney is ever on the alert and as he worked the Gov ernment in behalf of the sur yivors of the Union Army in the great war pf the rebellion so he is trying for the survivors of the late war with Spain Lieut W Q Reed who was sent home from Porto Rico on a sick leave received a letter from one of these individuals the other day offering for the proper consider ation of course to put in his application for a pension Will says that he hasnt yet discov ered ariy disablement from his war experience and declines to ba put on the roll it t 4 PORRECTED The Danville Ad j V9 ate of the 18th inst says Jack Watson desires to correct the that he composed the dialect s3ng The Sancti fid Coon just out He says itI was written by Miss Sue WRay a brightyoung woman of Springfield Inconsistent The jewel of inconsistedcy is no more apparent anywhere than in those farmers who post their lands and permit no one to shoot or ride upon their premises while they themselves go with l their dogs upon the territory of others to bunt Now that tbeI quail llaw is out you may seejji owuersOf posHed lands going Ij about bagging all the birds1l neigh1bors j allowed to hunt on their own Wh tI nave seen fox hunters with their packs of dogs several times of late gong on a chase wbose own farms bear conspicuU Otis signs posted no huntingr jor fishing allowed c nailedt Ite trees or gates I was invited otbErliIyears to II to clean out the jackshipes andJi partridges on ourn Lets have free hunting andt away with game preserves Burgin Cor in Harrodsburg Democrat Any Old Thing In order not to be outdone by any competitor we beg to an flounce that we will receive in payment for subscriptions axe handles alligators alcohol axle gtease beans bacon balsam beer bottle stoppers bricks butter button calves cham cash1coincusses colts casket corkscurs crumbs crusts cream currency deception demijohns diamonds diapers dimes dinners togs doilys dollarp eggs engines excuses execrations fish flesh foddor glue gloiy hams bay hominy hens honey horse shoes husks kicks kissep pos sums potatoes pies popularity prevarication procrastination rabbits repudiation scowls saw dust sheepseyes sausagesstor eotomy swindles tobacco theology tovs torpeios tnrpun tine veals vehicles violence wampum windmills wool wine zephyrs and zero These terms apply only to the accounts pur chased of our predecessor Lebanon Falcon lions This We offer One Ho dred Dollars rownrrt for any cane of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure F JfChoeney it CoToleio 0 We the undersigned v known F J Cheney frtbe laxt years and be Hove him perfectly honornhle lnal1 business trnnsactions and financially ubloto carry out any obligations Jnado by thoirlirmS DngIatsToledoWholesale DruggIsts Toledo 0 Units Catarrh Cern is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous Burfnces of the system Testy monliUa aont froo Sold by Druggists 76c Halls Family PlUs are tho best TB Cure CkiBitlpmtton Torerer Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic or iSo Ilfa c q tali to cure druggtstrsfund money RO AL Baking POwer Mdeipure cream of tartar safeguards the food against akoxv Almnta trfng powdifs are the greatest nicnaccn Jo health of the present day u WITH = fARN RS aa Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchaneo inserted in this col nmn TKSB 97 chjinoE Farmers are re quested to send In stock or crop items fox publicationS it Messrs Riker Goock within the past ten days have purobased abut ten thousand turbeya in this and ad joining counties at 7 cents per pound Many hands are now employed at tho poultry house near the depot dress ing them for Thanksgiving Harrpds burg Democrat titMr Clay Mnllins since Thursday of ilose week has purchased about four thousand turkeys in Mercer county at 7 cents a pound Most of them have boon delivered to Tooley Sullivan of Danville and dressed ready for the Thanksgiving market He expecte to I Imp a like number to be delivered in timo for the Christmas trade r j t IA Nevado Mo dispatch date October 25 eays A rmnrkablo case of long life without food or drink has here when ji Worse sup jposed to have been etoloii from W T Letton of this county on the night September 25 was fo tnd alive in one of the stalls at the air grounds It had gotten loose from Iits owner and strayed into tho fair grounds where jt was shut up iira stall by one of fair managerswho supposed it thot longed to people camped there When timberIhad subsisted thirty days without food iordrinit I 1tI John Embry eUe cattle buyers in the State was In Danythe today in quest qf expotters He said that ho bought about 400 fat steers yesterday in Montgomery and Clark at from 440 to 405 and also paid 475 for au extra good bunch of forty which he bought from Bill Simp son of Jessamine Mr Embry said that the bulk of the best cattle in Ken tucky have moved Bourbon county this year fed about 10000 Clark 5000 Montgomery while Boyle and Madison followed With between 3000 3500 each Ono of the largest IncilvidI DIClayDI unusually gets tbe tobs price on of the fine shape in which be gets his stuff ready but this year the Gentrys of Boyle were at the top of tho heap getting five cents a pound 207 head while Alexander according to reports got 8180 for his six hundred Farris Whitley and Jerry 0 Oaldweil of Boyle are among the largest and best feeders in the state Danville Advo cate t t t W P Hatcbett of the Mackvlllo neighborhood purchased seven head of horses in Harrodoburg court day for the Southern jnarket- i i Scott Hudson baa driven eleven horses to records better than 211 cluding Annie Lee 207 and Eagle Flannagan 2071fIt A special from Springfield Ills says Thirtynine Berkshire hogs of Herd property of Reu ben Gentry of Danville Ky were sold here yesterday for 2691 an average of 6974 The feature of the sale was the purchase of the prize boar Columbia Duke by Berry Juneman of Barclay Ills for 1200 the highest price ever paid at auction for a Berkshire bog I t I About the finest lot of cattle sblppedI from this county for some bunch sold to Fox McDowell last week by Bro Anthony of the St Rose They weighed 1600 and were of the poll Angus and Shorthorn breed tilReports from the large wheat and corn growing states of the Northwest Indicate that the wheat and cord crops are badly damaged by wArmwetI went er In Manitoba aoropr of wheat estimated afc fid togo mUller bushels only about eight million will be threshed the remainder standing m stocks threatened with destruction Equally gloomy report come from North Dakota and Illinois Shocked corn baa blown down and is rotting because of the dampness and Warm weather To Care a Cold In One Dav Take Laxative Bfomo Quinine Tablets AH druggists refund money If it falls tc euro 25c Tho genuino has L DQ on each tablet liov10Gmo fcLSBORO LftFrom OurutoRiiIar Corespondent jfHarry Sunday with Hogfa and Mlt Leacbman Misses Maria and Erne Settle visited Miss bBakerSun- day Mrs Minnie ReetPahd daugh ters Mary and Nellie Miss Sue Duncan and Mrs John Leach man spent last Thursday witn Mrs Emily Wilson Mr Irvin Noe was the pleas ant guest of William Laachman several days Jlast week MrCalvin Settle and wile speni Sunday at John Clarks Jj Mrs Mary Hickorson of Mack ville is visiting her daughte Mrs Marla Baker jplod on the 13th inst littjfc Mallie the ten Qhths old child of Joseph Smith Mrs Kate Litsay was the pleasant guest of Mrs Isliza Do honey one day last jveelf Mrs Nancy Dudgeon is on the sick list Mrs Julia Suton is visiting her mpther Mr Sallie Settle Miss MoUte Sbewmaker iis spending arreek with Misses Maud andEVa Inman Mis1lffie Dudgeon was in 8prlIf field Saturday- Settle sold a horse to John Slofor 40 I We regret to learn that T J Hord is going to leave thisvi clnity and move to lon fliIit in It Thats Whore Jr Caldwolls syrup Pepsin Is The greatest remedy foi the Woman Appreciated A private in an Ohio regiment now in Porto Rico writeshIf f grndfa woman is join the army as It did See nothing but men from morning until night Join the army and loaf with men eat With men talk with men help men carry men wald over men shoot won succor men see men men men and nothing btt men Livo in a perpetual atmosphero of suppressed profanity boot smell and tobacco smoke and at the end or three weeks you would be passionately enamored wiLhthomummiot an Egyptian servant girl and Rive boraoI burnjiflushed and velvety intoI For stockings and mtttons for the ethi weIBrowne A Traveling Posiofiico The postofflce department has experl1meut tbeIpostofflce Some time ago a resident of Westminster Md wrote to the 6uchlahorses und to establish a system between Westminister and the surrounding villages covering a distance of thirty miles for 1875 a yaar Tie plan was acceptedThe will be similar to the postoffice wagons In use in the cities The postman will start from Westminister tin the morning and visit a number of small towns in the vicinity collecting and delivering mail en route Any farmer living within two miles of the road along wqich the wagon passes will be allowed to place a letter box at the roadside in which his mail can be deposited by the carrier and from which the carrier will take the outgoing mail At sev oral small places where there is no postofflce number of boxes will be put upj which will prac tically form an automatic post Office M The inventor of tho scheme will act as postmaster andwliil sell btanntej monipy orders etc stamp letters and assort themtor the mail While driving out in the morning he will assort the mail for delivery and when re turning he will prdpare it robe placed on the train He expects to barely make expenses butthe government will pay him a roy- alLy on all similar wagons should the scheme ba put in general pperation IUx I Sad Death o Mrs TSoborly Mrs Phpeba Moberly wife of Jamgs M Mob rlv dt dat ti private sanitarium in Lexington Tuesday iightone oclobk Oti acconntof her impoverished ncr vous condition superinduced by the awful imOof her hqsban the facts owbich hAVe been previously Telated in this pap6rt she was by relatives taken there two or three weeks agjo Seem ingly until late Tuesday evening she was rapidly recovering About nine ocIockTruesday night she became suddenly spesiit IerlngjOpcatedconvuisionst until rtFbrOnghtrell flOtir Hours t atei The remains arrived at Bprgin on the eight oclock train Wrednesday evening the train being met nthatpointbymntiyis- ympatbiz ng friends of the Jam ily who accompanied all that was mortal of a good and noble woman to this place tie fun eral took place at the residence of Mr George Ohinn yesterday at2 oclock followed by interment miStIng Hill ceme tory Harrodsburg Democrat From New Zealand Roefton Ifer Zealand Nov 23 1800 I am very pleased tn state that lncel took the agency of Uhamberlalns nfedl clDebe sate his beenyory large more especially of the Cough Remed in two years r have sold more of this par ttcularremedy than of all other makes for the previous live years As to Its tiscoresJofhayereeehedfrom the use ofit lu my own houseuoldl It is So pleasant to take that we have to place the bottlo beyond tho reach of tlierj children EJ S TLcnunr The Tobacco Market The Burley markethas shown unusual activity this week and offerings have been on a larger scale than for some time past Old Burleys ranging from common to medium grades have been in better demand at a slight advance over figures prevailing for the past few weeks Colory smokers have also shown im provement and are eagerly picked afaii advance pf 50 to 75o The finer grades ofleaf however do not appear participate In the general improvement ttut cqn tinue comparatively neglected The indifference on the part of buyers in the presence of the finer grades is doubtless due to the craze for cheap plug and the strong and ever increasing cons petition among manufacturers In view of recent movements in the manufacturing world this competition is likely to greater intensity much tto The Detriment of highclass Burt y leaf In the meantime the old corpsof buyers are on hand and continue to compete with each other as usual Speculation is rife as ta the effect of the new Continental deal cm this marker and the obtimist and pessimist have full scope to venture their opinions It is safe to say that the unexpected as usual will happen New Buieysaro now arriving in larger volume and the average quality of such show n slight improvement The best hhd sold this week brought lie an adt ance over last weeks bet hhd This was a good red leaf with Ufo and color raised in Nolpon county Notwithstand the molt of pack ling of new Barley cffared to impresItSiouthat fine leaf as the season progresses Louisville Weed The Successful Remedy for NASAL CATARRH must be nonIrritating easy of application and one that will by its own action reach tho inflamed anti diseased surfaces ELYS DREAM BALM combines tho im portant requUifcs of quick action anil spa c1t curative powers with perfect safety to the paIent This agreeable remedy baa mastered catarrh as notblng clao hAs ami both physicians and patients freely concede tflls fart All druggists cheerfully ackfaowl ago that Inlit the acme of Fharmacentlcal skill has been reached Too most distress lug symptoms quickly yield to It In acute cases the Halm imparts almost instant relief By Absorption Catarrhal sufferers ehovld remember thai Elys dromBnlm in the only catarrh rem wly which is quickly and tbt1ughlynb sorbed by tho diseased membrane Itdocs not dry up the secretions but change them to a limpid and odorless condition and Cnally tQ a natural and healthy char actor Tne Balm can ba found at any drug store or by sending cents to Ely Brothers ro Warren st New York it will he mailed Fun directions with each package Groan Balm opens and cleanses the nasal passages allnyK inflammation lhercb stopping pain in the head heals and pro tects the membrane and setores the senses of taste nod smelt The Balm is applied directly into tho nostrils a tnwWeawaiHIltt M- 1tbroub the coIuua tNti J Dnreae bs farera M Oluyeta BEST O Mkiu f 11 t v paying statement OURA developed theElmwood afternoon develop desirable r t tf tltjH M GRuNDYT S CLtBROQIfE P G McEjbioyS r j 9 t l 1 A f H i i The People Uave tV I L i3j L Pound ij31 Qic1 I bft JIir vv a oJ 1 i Thegood 9P ofSpiingfie1d k 9 ft r4 and WafehingfcSif county C hf found out that wfe arehereto da btire8s and ott motto dn 9 Good goods at reasonablel fV- jpiices and that we deal square j r t dy and honpgtly with all alike Jt tATheyl w i c aie iRJi tat qUr streJjust now they can 2 i f H it finS almost anything they wait r iSy ki ii in winter clothing v coatsII j JkeepI r J I J v y fJ6sji fi1 f g v1 n tare i1ways we1com- ewhetheiyou f t i Iltf buy orjot i fp l= z Grunflj Ctaybioote OCOi ir SPRINGFIELD KY Ijj r nRLi td rJJ Blpoinfield Branch Not Sold In the case of the Germania Safety Vault and Trust Company etc vs the Northern Division RIRCoknown as the Biobmfield Branch was offered for sale at the Court noose door on Monday morning as advertised at an upset pilce of 8150000 says the Shelby i News t Just tTefore the silo was cried Judge John G Simrall of Lou isville in behalf of A L Schmidt trustee announced thattheL arldN under order bf the court was compelled to operate the road for a period of twelve years tbi1leaseofThere was no bidder and con sequently no sale but the trains continue to run over the road and the case like Tennysons Brook runs on forever The Southern Railway Company has been operating with profit and will doubtless continue todoEOi notwithstanding the contentioni j that the L and N must operate it under att order of the court There wilt be another sale someday when the court orders itjxIftycentOuaraate1 cakmenSnap Shots WIth a Graphophonc The Graphophotie tof the ear faIeye more for Grapbopnone catq es instantly and preserves veryvtint and sbadeof sound A most inter esting use of a Graphophone is to make records of your friends voices to be preserved for future use You can catch the story of your jolly friend lust as be told ome1tovehave it reproduced perfectly at any time and as often as you please Besides the Grapho phone affords woncldrful enter jalnmqnt in the WV9f reproducing tho music of bands or chestras ot Vocal Or1 linstruct mental soloists Nd investment will return so much in pleasure as ihepuTjchaso or a Grapho phone Itts the perfect talking machne Write for catalogue NnOO to the Columbia Phonograph Uompauy Nft 019 Peon sy Ivania AX9 i Washltigton DD Farm for Sale f I have for sale ao farm con j slating of 200 acres of good land 4jj 4situated about five miles nbr tb twest bf Springfield qh the itwaters of Little Beach JthaV w1 ton it a good dwelling barn and 1ij t 4 improvements More than half tr 4 is in pasture and Jhe balance j si under cultivaUbn SIt contains ii some fine tobacco land It te f t situated three miles from Val yJHill postoffice ftiNjl rail oaoVsia tion anti on a good turnpike O M KntWzSpringfield Ky it hits tJie8pi TThon qufferhig fronfa ceyo e cold and yonrthrouindlunga feet soreitakS fthot worm grateful feeling and hoallpgcaf tile parts nffoctort will ltie oxperlHnced and you will says It hits tbespot It 4 is guaranteed Haydoa tBobortson Raddea ArMIsSa1ye The bast salve in the world for cuts briiisesv sores ulcers sMt 7J rheum ver5orestetter chapped j hands chilblajng corns and alt skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay requijW It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refuriddd Price 25a per hOt For sale Ky Hagdoa Robertson I Tested and Triedjj For 25 Yean i Would you Ifeal jHtftiuilf twfo ta put Il your momvr m ofhavoBut how about am 014 cmethuaMI do ofaotiitury pIQMihL IIalwaYII Icept Ite yrnsntaii nbVw fldtod JWW Imisled yoa In any w rt You OOSIdtSUUOkj NJdat youSfcorrs I EMULSION c of OODLIVIR OIL W1ftr HTPOPHOKPHITBS kPj 1UceINO abaak IthSVd1ipp0Idloss nv wl It has asvoz zeVerwi1L Look oM ibMHIIIO daM not toy to invet your bPItISt tom1 8OIJ MY misuw- 7ot kQW C- LWaa41saHsII SCOtT IOwa caaIMr York i fr aPitp I L D f t ij NBi LK nBR 2TRUR5DLTMDRtTO 74tcioAY1Pt lPd ADVANQE rtir SPIflGIELD KY r J i E L DAVisON Jrt ubi 4 I Looa KMctaeM oUces 10 cents per Itea far tW 4 t Krt anS 5 cents for eb iisint LnserUoa Cato oa candidates and pOllUcaV natter opJJeIMI no Job wo k Is aoa at iowj teabnt cash ust be paid on delivery af goods l XaVrttoiag contracts made on liberal Ie C Obituaries andrtsolutioEs of respect 8 e1ta perllnri 1B 1 oyMagsLratoso250tJ euuty Offleeri 500 DLeIcQLUccs iqoo ji THURSDAY NOV 24 1893 o 1 i 3B workpf ridding tho newly r1nircd possessions of Span i zd s is being pushed rapidly t J Documents completing the deI ff tLiil for the evacuation of Cuba lin ie been exchanged by the 13 mfliiary commissions at Havana TbrtSpanit1rdswillne rJV all be iQ by January 1 and Santa 1 l fa proviucQ will be delivered f December 5 The evacuationI f i o Hayana I province will begin zie4 Sunday when the first trap r will sail After that lilpnyTtransports wilLarrive arid freceive cargoes of soldiers Owh i iug t6thdmany changes of plan 1 i camp sites for the Americana tOPS have riofc yet been ChOSen Boss BICHARD CHOKER df iTlKUttnany fame has recently ViD l4 d Chi ago Lotdsville In r 1 dMUiapolis and Lexington and iit isaid that his trip has soms tr rt1 B iill4nc among the Demo i ctHlsin regard to the free silver Yrv isnlj The Louisville Coinmer tfrcpnl says MrCroker has not VHw much to say to Louisville vijcaoorats but he will see the ll atoicky leaders at Lexington AiiaSi other points before he gets obfc of the country nnd see what he can do toward blearing the eflbw in the bluegrass country t 1sflveris going to have aIIs VlmrU figlit in the circle of its t accredited inends 1 l t HON D H SMITH member of Congress from this district has j i t tftt ttncei that a competitive pacniuation will be held atEliz vabatUtown December 24 open toy tyoting men of the Fourth Con gfoSfiional district who wish tot Irrfor theappoir4tments cadet atibe West Point Military Acad L4 Tlis is a good opportun t jIp for any Washington county rpljpstfig men who have an ambi J J4 not a military education aniI raining and who have the qual dons necessary to success fttUy xmpete inibe examination iibi h is i very rigid one 4 J T4 great prize fight between SbarkoyI1t has bean attracting the at b iintioItof the sporting public 40r some wfeelcs was pulled off hi New York Over ten thqus 4 flC people paid big prices for Admission to what proved to b onev of the biggest fakes in the t ioriof prize fightIng The fIirccogavetbe fight to Sharkey r rfe grounds that ond of Cor rjfogs seconds stepped into the j A ig to interfere which was jlfeainst the rules sx Stj ijJo still holding off with thol I f Osxei1 to t ultimatum or the itqri States in regard to the FhiliJpmes but each day is ex i r ld to bring forth a surren Ir iifjooUr terms The donsdj a are a don long tune 6 artLand f1agjti tt Jt i r ji1 THE war Investigation Con t findingLJsjpretakes made during the late t rfvanftI the public would like frr nvVhBt1stobe done bout I 4t Efcer the blunders are located f i = J I J tfeerri IItfS fcctiriif t IkwTM WMa W J l pBj vfVJL liw A H BEERS BItZNY JUIMB8 BOTTtBC IO f i HE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF HCS Is due not only to tho originality and simplicity of the combination but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to tho UAUPORKUL PIG SVBOP Co only and wo wish to impress upon all the importance of purchashig tho rue and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the GAtiFOliNU Fib BTBUP Co only a knowledge of that fact wiUI assist one in avoiding tho W imitations manufactured by rthlessI UesTbo high standing of ihe P ouA JiIQ SrBUP Co with the medi- alc profession nnatbo Mtis act ion wjildi the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes name of the Com pnny guaranty Ithethe exceflenco of its remedy It farin advance of all other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ins them and it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial e1fcctsplci1seremembertJ1onnm of th Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO v NP5LU1CiSOOCaI- nIaY1LL yisvr rone KT THE adjutant generals office ooosll11tMtjes i totals are killed 23 officers arid 234 then wounded 102 officers nd 1336 men The figures giv ing the number of deaths from fever and other diseases of the camps when made out would lay these very much in the shade LonisviLLE is preparing to give a big blowout to the First- efimentboys when they return from Porto Rico Jt is now deli nitely announced that thd regi mentc will be at home on Dec 5I and the reception and celebration win begin on that day The boys are to be treatedand fed and otherwise made much of The requirements of a medicine is to lighten the burden of paUl and cure Tliis brings us to the question of a rem edy arntTabera Buckeye Pub Ointment the only remedy for Mtnd Bleeding or protruding plies that Is endorsed b pliyslciaps Cures the most obstinate cases Ifardon iRobertson Bailaids ilorebonud Syrup Is the best known remedy for consumption coughs and colds and all throat and chest roublest Every bottle guaranteed It llJe1Jostrcmedvor chlldrtn 25 and 50c HaydonflooorthonFlti Send your address PoH kBuck Ilen Co Cliicago and got a free sample boxollr JiiugJsJMew Life Pills A trialwilltconvmce you of their merits These pills are easy in action andare particularly eflecf lYe in tbe euro of constipation and sick headache For malaria and llIver troubles they have been provedI iinvaluable They are guaranteed I to be perfectly free from any delet esiousj substance nod to be purely vegftlbleTbfY do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to the stomach aud bowels and greatly invigotating the system Regularerze 25c per box Sold by Haydon Robertson O7itRra V1 edtntr Time oystersfeedand that the habit of opening period cally penlata even when they are out of water Care of tbe Poor A retfevlng11China for more than 2000 years It is charItyyears B Growth of Hair Authorities differ as to the rate of growth of the human hair and it iIS said to be very dissimilar in different Individuals The most usually accept halllnchesFour Toa Meteor tonsloUaad sot It on flre The stone crashed through the house and was found but Iedln the cellar The teatment for worms wust bel prompt and safe Whites Cream mifuge can bp trusted to restore your RIagust antecd to ring worms 25c Haydon 1t Kobertsou V ANTJEDSovoral Trnstworthy PerBoils In this ourbnlUnessCountitsat homo nndexpenseSdJtlnltono less alary Monthly 75 Reference volopoDeptoMCblcngo aejIppIl1tlto AMERICAN LANTERNS Lucy AnrCllnJed Wherever Lanterns Arc UtotAll Over the World American lanterns are exported to all the countries of the world where lanterns are used Many are sent to South Africa and to South America to Australia and New Zealand and some are sold In Asia Few proper tionately are sent to Europe Kerosene oil is now commonly burn ed in lanterns all over the world There ore no lanterns niade nowadays for candles only but there are exported to south America some lanterns made tUat either candles or oil may be burn ed In tlemTbrsenreprovJc1edwlth a candle socket which adOwntholdermoving the candle socket tinready to burn oIL Excepting railroad and other ilanterns for special usestsubstantially all the lanterns made nowadays are of the kind known asttubular first introduced about years ago and now made In various modifications ado detail the tubular part of theianternbetng designed with a view to producing better combustion and a brighter light The lanterns produced1nThe American lanterns are thelight eat the sightlicst in appearance and the best adapted to their use and they ara sold cheaper than lanterns of equal quality produced elsewhere There afe large establishments in this country probablotbatfrom this country than from either England or Germany and the exports of American lanterns are Increasing Rice Dread na a Staple thoChinese5of the inhabitants of India In Persia the bread la made from rico flour and milk It Is called awaJlbrvThe Per sian oven Is built in the ground about the size of a barrel The sides are smooth macon work Thd fire is built at the bottom and kept burning until the wall or sides of the oven are thoroughly heated Enough dougho form- a sheet about 1 foot wide and about 2 feet long is thrown qn the bench dud rolled until about as thin as sole leather then it Is taken up and tossed and rolled from one arm to the other and flung on a board and slapped on the side of the oven It takes only a few moments to bake and when baked it spread out to cool This bread is cheap 1 cent asheet It is sweet and nourishing On the Battlefield For absolute disregard to wounds no soldier can rival the Turk His abate anions life for your Turk will not touch intoxicants and eats very spar ingly of meat makes him proof against wounds which would be fatal to most Englishmen During the recent GraecoTurkish war one brave Turk who was shot completely through both legs and one arm fought valiantly for twentyfour hours after be received his wounds and then It was only by force that he was carried ort to the hospital An oth6r Turk who received a bullet in his abdomen fought on until the battle was ended and marched a distance of ten miles before he even reported his wound IClteB In the Polar Rerfon It is proposed in Germany that the various expeditions expected shortly to visit the antarctlcreglons should carry with them scientific Kites by means of which the upper atmosphere may be explored In this way it is thought not only could the temperature prevail ing at a great height around the poles be more accurately learned but light would also be thrown on the direction of the aircurrents and if photographic apparatus were sent up with the kites additional knowledge of the parts of the surface not otherwise obtainable might result Horseback fluting Horsebatk exercise possesses ac cording to some physicians thefacul ty of both increasing and reducing weight This is an apparent contra diction but It Is explained by the dIf- ference of the time at which the riding iIs done If meals are taken Immediately af ter riding additional flesh Is gained but if a space of an hour and a half is allowed to intervene between the ride and tho meal a decrease of flesh results Pennrlnt Slot Pump One of the latest applications of the pennyInth slot principle is a bicy cle pump which can be thrown Into gear for filling a tire by inserting a coin As soon as tbo filled tire Is moved a lever locks the pump which can be caused to work again only by droDolng in another coin BEATS TILE KLONDIKE Mr A C Thomas of Marysville Texas has found a more valuable discovery than has yet been made in the Klondike 1oryearshe suf consumpiand wis absolutely cured bj Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs end Colds He de clares that gold h of little value in comparison with this marvelous cure would have it oven if it cost- a hundred dollars a bottle Asth ma bronchitis and nil throat und lung affections are positively cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Trial bottles free at Hayden Robeetton Regular size 50c and SI Guaranteed to cure or price refunded A Queer t Medicine proprietorsdohitherto unknown ingredient or that is a cureall This honest madtolno only claims to cure certain diseases and that Its Ingredients are recognized by tho most skilled physicians as being tho best for kidney and bladder diseases It Is Foleys Kidney Cure Haydon Robertson i WAITED Agonts for History of the tfpanrsbAmorican WarlIby Hon Henry Wattsrsori A complete aatheir tfcWstoryj Hlvwtrated withqyer7of full page half tones andtnanyriphly colored pijturcs JnrlQ rova ootaVo volume superb ouffir ppstpnld for only 50 ceais stamps taken Aipst liberal terms given The Rrertc t opportunity Of the year AddresS The Werner Company Akron Ohio uasttuH On CatarrhAnd Save endissSuf t rii 1g which Winter Brings The most offensive of all dis ases become more in tense as cold weather approaches In fact many who navd been under treatment for so long and during the- umnier feel little discomfort from tthe disease are almost persuaded that they have been cured lInt he first chilling blast of winter proves that tho disease is still with tliem nnd as the winter advances their Catarrh grows in severity Those who have felt only a alight touchof Catarrh maybe sure that only cold weather is needed to de velop the disease What appears to be only a bad cold will prove more difficult to cure than for merly and will return with more frequency until before long the disease is fully developed For years I suffered ffrom ft severe case of Catarrh and tooksevernl kinds of medicines and used various local ap plications but they had no effect what ever I was induced to try 8 8 8 Swifts Specific and after two months I was perfectly well and have never felt any effects of tho disease since MoAiUBTKRI importanceI Parsnip Complexion It does not require an export to detect the sufferer from kidney trouble Tho hollow checks the RunktC eyes tho oark puffy circles under tho eyes the sallow parsnlplurod mexloii audi cates it A pbvslclan wduld ask If yon bad rheumatism dull pain or ache in tho bask or over the hips stomach trouble desire to urinate often or a burning or a scalding In passing it if after passing there In an unsatisfied feeling as if It must be at once repeated or If the urine has a buick dust deposit or strong odor When these symptoms are present no time should be lost in removing the crate Delay may lead to gravel catarrh of stopIor may rnn into Brights Disease the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble groatdiscoverybladder specialist In a positive remedy for such diseases Its reputation is world wide aud it Is so easy to get at tiny drug store that no one need suffer any length of time for want of it ItaImention the NEWS LEADER and write to Dr Khmer A Co Binghamton N Y for a sample bottle and book telling all about It both sent- absulutelylree by mall Mc250 jcarctCandyIf C C ran dmcirltiK ref nndmioney Those who get a start on the dJa1 ease before the cold and disagreeable weather aggravates it mU find a cure less difficult Catarrh increases in soyerityyear by year and becomes one of the most ob stinate and deepseated troubles But it is equallyimp rtant that the right remedy be given All local aBpltcatibna of Bprays washosinhalntionsJetc can never eUro Catarrh for they do poteaOhthOdisease in the blood arid only a blood remedy can cure it Local applications onlyr- eachthoirritated surface the right remedy must be taken internally Swifts Specific S S S is the right remedy for Catarrh It cures the most obstinate cases by going direct to the cause of the- troul4othe blo6dand forcing outtbel disease Those who have metwith so much disappointment from local treatment should throw aside their sprays washes and inhaling mixtures and take S S S A cure will result Send for free books Address Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia NOTICE IAll persons holding claims or against Washington coun ty will present same to A B Campbell Treasurer of Washington county for registration that the Treasurer may know what amount to pay eash taini out of the 1693 levy All claims not presented by January 1 1898 will hove to go over for another year before paymenti By order of Fiscal burt T S MA YES Co Atty NEWSLEADER a year t How to Prevent a Cold After an exposure or when you feel a YeyiHoneytt Robertson ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED Philippinesby the Government as Official Historian to writtenonthothehospitalsthoInsurgfntdock of tbe Olympia with Dewey and Iri ManUsBonanzaorillnalntcturephotograpbera CredisirenWlrbookpBarberSee Keepp t posted By a special 1 arrangement and for a short time only We will offer the Twicea Week CourierJournal AND THE NeVls Leader One Year For Only Sl25a The CourierJournal has the BEST war news ser viceor any ot them and you get it twice a week with the NewsL eider making three papers a week or 156 papers a year for only a Dollar and a Quarter This offer is open to all oli subscribers to the NEVS LEADER who pay up mid ode year in ad vdace and Ip any flew sub scribers We consider this one of the most liberal offers made and there is no reason why anyone should not keep posted tjne the war news and nomer news as vell- Addresscommnnfcatjo s to E L DAVJgqN JR Pub NEWSLEAPER Springfield Ky Mcrit ii1I inii- ft 1 4 li i Truth and Honesty willl Stand the seahUi64 Ilight of Public Opinion Now iif ever th- eIpeopl should receivellf value for their f money they expect it are entitled to it and are satisfied with it Our stock is i v 1 strictly firstclass which is the true verV diet of the town and vicinity Our prices lower than any competitor will make Te have nothing shoddy or second iasst offer you and the less money you have the less able are you to purchase suchy trash Every articlewe claim toomeup1t to representation oy money refunded Ym U qan ask nothing fairer v A big cut price 1 sale is on We are offering extra big bar gains in Clothing this month V The People Know We Mean Busine fu rfii cfj f L11 1ifoSMITH SPRINGFIELD KY t 1 2ingiitthe It Rint1ith w JatM1ntWe tbi piDey forestofNorw DR BELLS PineTasvHoiieyri Natures most natural renwSy impftyed ky science to a P1csoiiPctmpn odflv Care for coughs colds and all Inflaraid jutfacM Cf the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore eary coughworn wmdiQa e r 1Irated thoMcrbbebearing uculscut stat causeofthatkilngbremoedandLhahafIiaIrnembrnnesarohealed Is no Inclination cough v SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS i I Dottles Only 25c 50c ami 100 4asl filiI lWIla L netielB SUREYOU GETS V LtniccyeJreus runv 1 asay PtHone7 usveqalCkao4pumanentJr Rf BaD i riuvjcrtPuC0UCh8andc0f42 Imalta yapoiMfl H A Ktuata D x 5ia14 IUkJMc si54 J l OVERSTOGKE9r- I CLOTHNi4Wed J Suits and jn order to reduce oiir slack i W3 will mkkj especiall- llow pricesIS Note reductions J fMensMens Salts reduced from 12 5Ot35O 7 Mens Suits reduced from ta 00 lofsib CD Boyh Suits rrdu ed from f5 00 to3 50 v IBoys Suits reduced from 87 00 t5OO Boysti its reduced from 9 00 wsfjtpjO This Is a rare opportunity ta buesuit for very little money 1 2 d LAD1ES WRAPS J r iWe are also making vety low prices on aUc Ladies and Misses and Obildrens Jack ts Ladies Plush and Cloth Capes from OSqinpiv fr f DRY GOODS f e tr Ciime in and save money on Plannel F 0Tjt I gs Domestics etc In act everythingI fn the the dry goods line js going at unheard of tprices 5fo trot be toshpw goods SHOES Jitr VjT v Westill lead in shoes in 5tvleI varetyVieari and prices We have nUI the lIates sril1 Ladipu and treuttemens bOeSl nd p l o selj all compotiturs vfc r Cash Buyers Must bear in mind that we protect them in each purchase r f K6wilnf of Gentlemen Heclt elrr Cl llillgftaffl DullallII ltl enrtrrtIrtfI i J M BURTON C BnAHMON BEN HAYDON fS Or BE BAY NSR MAXAQKB W7 f Undertakers Jand Funeral Directoa lp 8 O5i3KETS PiPi BURIAL ROBES OF ALL KiNDS Lungs FULLY EQUIPPED Calls anawtrei prpuptly ity tor niRhfe r rv J TKe iBBrvices of anEXPERlENUEl MBJ JJtLgraduate from a school of embalming havtbiesags id I 1iir lHAGAN BLOCK RP GFIJibJx l I t Thee Old Reliable Bgy i I l 11- I if IsjestilL 4j I C i ness and can I IISAVEYOUM itE l i1 Fl ComeDown and selhE l j i SsM KA RICk f 1 Pawn ow 1 B 1Qw Tbctnpeon rL 0 V8 AyA A v A I Af- rrJi p r 4 ItttlI 1 4 j j t IfDU FBi armonII J KMnaq thS BEST rigs n- I1 IIc Putaa1ILhorIes i1ellb1e driver I tflSPEOILL ATTiTIO git to doiercia1 men Livery iiton with the fl r SjngNe1d oteL 1 5 t MAIM STRBBT V i r rt FJaLQ ey EET494 4i NL t Pt1 JqSi1 BvCKSSELL 4 pYIQ ANDUflSON onqjt HOURS t t alto 7X J y f ciIflwc hordBcbcrtp14 l i TKBER HHORDgV 1 DENT1T P OFFIC41izirn Burn2o y f t tJSP G X1- l r DR JH LAMFTCN OFFIQE r t cpCIRCUIT CLERKS oFFicR t fJ j J i RINEI4ARTI 1 fi o J OFFICEHOtJRS ia to pm kEVEIY DAY i SPUrNGFIELD K- YTRJ1UBIIRTO k REStDtNT DENTIST 1tETH EXTRACTED ItWITHOUT PAINI 1 PFTKJB Hagon Block ap st lra NSPRliGF1 10 AI1oDentalWotk Strictly t Firstclass f wIFNEIKIRK ATTQRNEYATAWOFFUE W O C LAYROOKE Uttofive atJ Law J i Special ittoatt nfeiven to the cdl iectloa of note ano cconnts J IO e Vith W C McChord I SPRINGFIELD 1fy = I EllrekaSalooll I keepiconstantly on hand six yekr 6ld JdsKENNA WHISKER jnada for naeditinal use jiajewCold Lager Beer on Tap i Bi SCHOONERS CI THOMPSOH Prop SPRINGFIELD KY w TisiC1 NSORS BLkCSIITll l SHOP Hrseshoeing 4 Carriage RepairingI ncl General BlacksmithmgA- 11 irork jroaranteed to give atrsfaction at the Casey shop SPRlNGFIELDKY Transf6r J faagollW RUN BY Si E CLEMENTS Tf Tleidguartors T Scott Mayes t3ndertiikfiVand Furniture store idesirii to notify the public ihafcl K prepared to do allr kinds tif hauling Teleptone i lp 17f or leave lorders Special Uf t deliveringlriinki jiitmr t tj So E CLEMENTS PerVg es jll this MM to manage QUI 2 biIiiais IIW4 W1IlIearbycoun oadactedfl l IMll1l1U hiI UficJ RQ ore ReferSlt ptW2 f1itf U I ffUS fi f f EfI4j 1 i ABOUT TOWN i t t t t t t t 3 I am agent for firstclass fire ndiife insurancecompanies Offliio with Judge Litsey VVPAT SIMMS Doyouwnttobuyagnn If so go to McElrpy Shultz and examine their line of revolvers just received All styles and prices Tim NewsLeader will be sent toany address from now until January 1 1900 for only One1 Dollar MCELROY SHULTZ call the attentibnfhousekeepersintheirnew and useful articles Go to Mrs Ji G Mansfield for cloaks and wraps Nothing cti r ed over from last Season All newuptodate Begin cut prices now to close outV VDoNprgt l i that a penalty of 6 per cent will lie added on all taxes not paid before Dee 1st and taxpayers will save money and trouble by settling with m6 before that tune K B POWELL Sheriff THE best fitting waist most elegant dress skirtsbest values tat MILs 1 G M4sFIEIDSV r t A great many bt ihe farmers toolt advantage of the cold snap the first of the week and had a Hogkilliag time AFTER Thanksgiving we will open a large and very handsome line of Christmas toys and hollI day goods Jos A SHADER IHAVE just received my sixth large purchase of millinery goods which will be sold at cut prices to close out bjrthe llast oi the season which is only forty days UJ G MANSFIELD THE gramophone recital given at the Courthouse last evening was quite interlaing and i good sum was realized for the benefit biSthe new Christian church MR CHAHLES E CLEMENTS the vrellknowil young farmer living lew miles frOV townJ stumbed ver a stone while walking along Tuesday and f UI in such a manner as to break his leg SHERIFF POWELL And depu ties are hustling among the tax payers with a vengeance during the past lewweeks trying to get in all the money they qan before December 1after which date the penalty will be added I JIM SHULTZ the elevenyear old son of Mr A B Shultz While playing with a toy pistol on last Monday afternoon dis charged the weapon the ball striking Lewis Berry a young playmate in the arm inflicting a slight flesh wound WILL make carload shipment of live poultry between 5th and 8th of Tjecqmber Will pay cash for all kinds poultry delivered at my warehouse between these dates None wanted before the 5th nor later than the 8th of Decinb OC McGxiL THEOPOLUS BUCKMAN aged 78 years and a lifelong citizen of the county died here on last Wednesday night after a lopg illness Ho died of a complication of diseases Two sons William and Robert Buckman survive himV The funeral tpok place from St Dominic church Friday morningV ED MCELROY with the First Regiment at Ponce Porto Rico Writes to his parents here that lihe Washington cdunty boys are all well and ready and willing to come home The letter was written on Noveniber 8 atjd at that time they did not know justr when they would got sail for home OC McGiiJL made his last or Thanksgiving shipment of dr ss ed turkeys last week and has suspended operations atS his slaughtering house for the pros lent As announced in this issue he will receive live turkeys at his warehouse from December to 8 at which time he will make a big shipment of live fowls to the eastern market Mr McGill has slaughtered about 2500 tux keys and expects to ship about an equal amount of live fowls next m nth INEWtJEADEnlOO a year PERSONAL W 0 McOhord was In Clartaville Tenn last week Miss Myrtle Mansfield entertains the Cooking Club Friday evening b Mrs Joseph Oohn who has been qulreUllIs Improving W P Grlgsby of the Maple Hill neighborhood was in town Saturday lastVMessrs Oscar Curry and Irvine Wlnsatt were In Bardstown Bunday to see their best girlsV4fr Dave alker of Louisville is atthe home of Eo OWalker this week for atew days huntVMIss Annie McQhord and Will McOhord came in yesterday to spend the Tnanksgiving holidays M1ss Sue Ray aneln yesfiai from her school at Georgetownflo spendTbank8giYing Mr James Eastin of Lexington and his brotherare at Mr AB Hund leys and arejhavlng good sport hunt ing birds Miss Florence Gray vhojs teach ing school at Harrodsburg is at home to spend the Thanksgiving holidays Miss Lucy Spaldtng after a weeks visit to Xliss Bert H d returned Saturday to horfiomeat3ardatown Mr Evan Bogers of Marion county was hero last week to visit his sIster Mrs Fred Hagan and totake a few d yshunt jijgi Mfssds rattie MoMakln of Bloom field and Lydia Lee Houston of Maud are guests this week at the home of Mlas Lydii Grundy Valley Hill Messrs H B Thompson W O Rood and W D Olaybrouke were In Bloomfield Friday night to an enter tainment given at the Opera House Mesdames John W Lewis and W B Thurman attended a euchre party given Tuesday afternoon at the home pf Miss Henrietta Spalding near Lebanon Miss Lula Campbell who has been quite HI for a number of Teeks was on the street yesterday receiving the congratulations of her many friends upon her recoveryV Mr Brent Altsbeler of Louisville who was formerly Identified with the newspapers of that city passed through here Monday enroute to Dan- vIlle He made tho trip through on horseback and Is getting Information about the early history of Kentucky for a book JdlssJLyda Grundy will entertain at her home Valley Hill this evening a few friends at six oclock dinner The guests will bo Misses Margaret Leachman nAllie Pqore Lydia Lee Houston Alattle McMakin Katie Wharton and Messrs Harry Thomp son WO Reed Ernest Mansfield G B Cunningham W T Leachman and Dr JM Burton Miss Mayme Figg who is well known to Springfield people and Mr Joseph Muir of Bardstown were mar ned at that place Tuesday by Rev Father OOonnell Immediately after the ceremony the young couple left on an extended bridal tour to the West Mr Muir Is a progressive and enterprising young business man He Is a son of Hon J W Muir of the banking house of Wilson Muir and is the proprietor of the Nelson Steam Laundry Miss Figg is the daughter of Mr O 0 FIgs a prominent farmer of Nelson county She is one of the one of the most beautiful girls In the county Both young people are lead ore in social circles and widely popu lara Miss Figg has been a frequent visitor to Springfield where she has many friends who extend congratulations Deaths In Nolson The Record Wr Wm Smith died yesterday at noon at his home near Bardstown of consumption De- caasedwasiied about 73 years glad was a prominent and wealthy farmer His wife and several grown children and a sister Mrs P S Barbour and brother Mr Thos Smith of this vicinity survive him Hehas a number of relatives also in Washington and Marion counties The fun eral took place at St Josephs church this morning t After a long illness with consumption Mr James Conley died at his residence here this morning aged about 00 years For many years deceased was en gaged iin the saloon business lu bardstown and widely known and popular Be served in the civil war as a Federal soldier and participated in several pf the hottest battles of that period Mrs Nannie M Wilson died at her home about five miles east of Bardstown Saturday night after a short illness of pneumonia edabout74 years Deceased was a Miss Minor und had been twice married her first husband beinga Mr Pope She was afterward to Mr Arch 0 Wilson who was one of Nelson countys prominent and wealthy citizens He ded a number of years ago Mrs Wilson leaves several children both byher first and second marriages among whom are Mrs J B Boles of Louisville and Messrs Arch J NelSOl1jc9unty 11 v I HOllsekeepersAttention i J V We have jjust received another large shipment of the Ljisk Anti Rustgtg Tinware We guarantee every piece not4to rustj and will replace every piece that doeS rust with new one FREE OF CHARGE Come in and lookat it It cant be beat riyearecloslng out our stock of Granite Ironware at greatly reduced prices X2ome in and get bargains Will alsmakspedV l j iial prices on Japanned Chamber Sets We have some Beauties Pur stock Hardware tinware Stoves etc5is completet FCoall Vases Loaded Shells Coall Hods Sausage Mills f if Shovels t Tongs Sausage Stuffers f 0P0k rs Etc Butcher Knives f jf Table Knives Etc 7J Try our Warranted Razors and Scissors Come and see tftiat we have and getour prices We haDdlcfiirfhe but the best made MELROY SHULTZ TOBACCO GROWERS MEET c And Pass Resolutions to Join In tho Fight against tho Trustr Considerable interest is bRing manifested among the tobacso growers of this county in the movement to fight the manufac turers trust which is said to be operating against the best inter ests of tbo growers A meeting of the tobacco raisers of Was ington county was accordingly held last Monday afternoon in the court house which was fairly well attended The meeting was called to or der by theHon W F Neikirk and on motion he was elected chairman and John Y Mayes secretary The following resolutions were offered by E S Mayes and unanimously adopted Resolved that the call for the meeting of tobacco growers of Kentucky in Louisville on Nov 28 1898 wo heartily approve and desire that the growers of Washington county be represented in said meeting and that T W McLaughlin Wm F Neikirk JohnYMayes E S Mayes M iL Searcey T J Miller J W Barnett and T J Nally be and are hereby appointed us dele gates to said convention to con suIt and agree with the growers of the state on the cost feasible plans to thwart the plans of the Manufacturing Tobacco Trust which is operating against the interests of the growers and that we request our merchants not to buy any tobacco manu factured by said trust for this market or to buy from a firm who bandies their goods Resolved that a copy of these resnlutipns be sent to the Farmers Home Journal and to our town papers for publication On motion the meeting was adjourned W F NEIKIRK Chn JNO Y MAYES Secy t A KIDNEY DISEASE GIven Up bjr Four Doctors Beaver Dam 0 Aug 27 ISM My daughter after being treated by four doctors and being given up for lost a neighbor recommended Foieya Kid ney Jurc Today she Is able to walk several miles without fatigue I feel we would have lost her if was not for your medicine Respectfully MRS J M ILUL- ETMOORESVILLt From Our Regular Jorrcspondont Since our last commu i8 y tion there has been born to the wile o Mat Trua a 10 lb boy Mrs Emma Karrick ot Springfield and Miss Lizzie Greene of Perryyille visited Mrs Birdie Settle last ThursdavD Married Nov 17th at St Rose Mr Irvine Mann and Miss Bertha Tobin after which They repaired to the home of Mr Jesse Mann at Valley Hill where at elegant slipper awaited them They are both deserving young people and it is the wish of their many friends that their path may be strewn with roses As Mr Jewett Hood and wife were returning from Chaplin last Monday with a load of fur niture near Booker the horses ranilwayIJewett was dragged a consider able distance but received no serious injuries His wife how ever jumped from the wagon and broke ber right limb just above the knee She is dQing well at this writingVi vl Gooae and Peter Bar low Jr were over to Bloom field Saturday on business TV Ai Ellis has made his de t 1 livery of trees at Springfield Booker Woodlawn Moor svill Maud and Polin He met with good saccess He is also agent for the war book entitled Amer icas War for Humanity He will comineqce canvassing at an early date Anyone wishing a copy should wa tlntil lie comes aroundOroake Co shipped a car load of mixed stock from Booker Saturday A great deal of sickness among the children None seriously ill however The partridges are now being slaughtered by the hundreds in this section one man killing 83 one day Mr James Eastin and others of Lexington are among the hunter3VMr Ed Moore is having a nice cottage erected Messrs James Moore and Bud Hope are the contractors We visited four stores Satur day and found the merchants busy at all of them Mr Sam Tingle rejected his sale of tobacco last week It is reported it would have averaged 8c all aroundVMiss ivfary A Boblet is visit leg in Nelson county this week LITSEY From Oar Regular Correspondent The latest sensation here is caused byjhe Gypsies who are encamped1nour nyer trading horses and telling fortunes DalJy the lads and lassos of the surrounding neighborhood approach with eager and expectant faces to have their future un veiled Even those of maturer years have come to have an all impoklantV question settled In their minds and the prophetess can alwas tell enough of the past to make ones cars itch for a further revelation for only 50 cents Mr Bryan Parks vJslted his parents in Perryville Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Harry Browne of Lebanon spent last week with his parents Dr T B Nichols and wile of Paint Lick and Mrs Even Rogers of Eminence have ben with friends in the neighborhood Elbndge Pinkston has moved to the house lately vacated by Jack Sheban on Mrs Ellen tit seys farmV Dr S J Smock sold a horse to Mrs Mary Hines for fSO Our sportsmen have been quite successful in finding gatnesome ttmes bringing home twenty or moru birds- Thursday is Thanksgiving and we should not be content with sitting down to a good dinner but show our appreciation of what God has done for us by making substantial donations to some ono in need There is a crying need from our orphans homes for all who feel disposed to qontribute and this is car tainly a worthy cause Mrs Ardie Browne has re turned from Taylbrsville where she was at the bedside of her little grandson who is now con valescent from a serious illness tthlritty Habits at home nlli Opand pain Bookof JroIen YKD FREE coaQiMPqcrf X7ANTEDSeveral Trustworthy Per sons In this state to manage our business in their own and nearby coun tleSIt iatnalnly offlco work conducted at homo Salary str tight 900 a year and expenses definite bona finds no more no less salary Monthly f1S Refer nces Enclose Bolfaddresscd stamped nvelopo Herbert E Hess Frost Do artmcnt Mvh1cago F P OALDWB- LLAUORNEVATLAW AND 1 Court Stenographer e Depositions Court Reporting all kinds of Shorthand and Typo writer work VVVV Office with a McChord i 8PBINGFIELDE- uMRS fl D MURKS v y t4 5 FaShlOnablem Dressmaker it2 Dressea made in the latest 6 jt11 i Call and see my work and v get prices Lean be fonnd 4 JJat tile rooms overPost omcerr flt SPRINGFIELD KY 4 THE MARKETS Tho following table represents the prices paid for farm product In Springfield by tho dealbrs thereIn It U corrected up to 12 oclock Wednesday but is subject to variations thereafter on private advices from Loularllla dealers Wheat per bu 60 to 55 Corn per bu 20 to 25 Oatsperba SOto Rye per bu 60 Clover per fan 3 00 to 2 25 Timothy par bu 185 10150 Orchard Grass per bu 75 to 90 Hay Timothy per cwt 40 Hay mover pu cwtss to 40 LQUISVILLEM4RKETSV Report furnished by the L6ulavflle Live Stock Journal 231 WostUaln Street Lou livifieVExtra shipping U 50a4 70 Light shipping 4 i5a4 50 Best butcher steers 8 85a4 23 Fair to goobutcboutoers 3 60 Common to mod batcher steers 2 00 Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawags t SSaSzS Oxen good to extra 850a400 Oxen common to medium 2 5ta3 50 Feeders 4 65 Stockers 400375t Bullsi 350a360 Veal Ca1VC8tt 5 25a800 UCH COWS Choice mUch cows 35 00a45 00 Fair to good 15002500 nOaHI Choice packing and butchers 225lbto8001b 860 Fair to good packing l80VbVV toSOOlb T 840 Good to extra light ft 8 25a8 Fatshoats l Obi 320a Fat shoals 100120 lb 8 003 20 PIgs 60 to 80 Ibi 975m3X5 Boughs 5QStoo lb S 75a3 10 Farm for Rent I have for rent my farm situ ated on the Bardstown road about four miles from Spring field and containing 100 acres with a good Comfortable dwell ing on it For further particu lars call on or address Miss SALLIE MDDD tf Springfield KyV J i CASTOR IAFor infants Children Till Kind You Han Always Bought Bears the- SlZuatnro of A I SCRCALDWEa I N In 1887 MrThomas Molntphlhjof Allen town Tonn had an attack t r dysentery whlc1 became chronic I treated by tho best physicians in East Tonncsaoo without cnre ho says Finatly I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy After using about twelve bottles I Was cured sound and well Saydon it Robertson 1TTTIr e o The CLOAK j t H t 11f pEPdPMEwE11 Y ROBETON Iis completet IthlI ithetw tdII 1rl riLa ies Jackets tnaUtHaIW eleiw e from the cheapest to the isst ii P1ai iti f fan Rough effCcts r J1J Ladies Capesio PlIuariBoigk e Si aba tine line Plush Wrapsfro h to1500 It f w Misses and ChUdren Ja4iaaitt Bizes and Kinds 1 Iufants Wrapia fltOsortst t t L eadymadeSklrtid1Ipla Ij r f class style and tb yjflt Tt New designs in k antCbiljLFurs I JF Pull line Ladies and Mlsiw Waiklur F f gls Sailors Yam Q Bhat ri aML I rCaps V h Childrens and Infants b dM r of t 1lkibds J J if at Prices are right St71ei2litbi lse4 lk t f Call in and see them No troabk io Fnow goodeV = L c tIMcChord Robertson Ir bJ I t 1t1t il TaMAY1SVCfJ5MEN5 3YMAy rACARL 1ol =1D l FORNlTUREiZC Is what we have just received at oUrJt r store and theres more to come We are now showing nice iiiiorbj gjmentof r j TabfesiQll = Eifc ipets and have a full line Vsarnpltij 1to select from Drop in and seeWJT 4 tliemIq We would call your attention to our line of Undertaking Goods Our stock is complctein l te every detail Calls attended to day or night g r joYT SMAYES Uf J4 CO ifMAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD KY J 3i 4 i 2 A BUSINESS EDUCATION k 7eorM lStraining aUhtlcheol that Uod la th rtiy front riDktha if7 BRYANT 7JOUISVILLE 7 Bookkeepli4 Shorthand Telegrapkyj 1Write for beautiful book grffif tMtlMi isg fnm graduates occupying prominent o lt1oa11 fffsfi Ithe United StatesIt wm be mailed FK1B 7i HeadprtersmlJ i 2ORT1EE IlARMEESlr Jr LVSVVt i 1 i 3Ee handle rill kinds of F l mefnts and Wagons nd riningjJIrt line of FinetL Bugios t Phaetons Surreys Etc 4 SUPERIOR DISC DRIkL The i wheat drill on the market One and twa horse sizes iaP u altfIIWe buy mid sell B y i1 Grain 4 kinds of seed ft 1 itTHOMPSON LAKE J t SPRINGFIELD KY- NE t IJVERY FIRM Jb Jj tq f J WHARTONN- ow c T Ready i for Business with FiritOlasFt i Accommodations j J lfs1 J liliff i I t GOD HO RSESil t ft f i3OdD BUQGIE8r Speciar rte5tipn given Cqjboaf 4 mal ftod her i JI Bst AcCooa Jack w T ompsoutQl swud SPRINGFD8LD KY ri I 1 d 1 1 I i j yiT i for Infant and Children v The Kind lou Haw Always Bought i BEARS THE SIGNATURE Of wjH f11 Iri Use for Over 30 Years jpp jL r 0 ONES HFA MAN l u yea ircrt ialf a man Tkt JsraiiHSe phrase to which Harry 1I1Gwa araUYI grown accustomed CMte J lMt mow kIt wife Rose Marlowe w el lsc ifcarply If you were kItai NW you wouldnt allow your vMt is sfde the garden wills you sat s tk pler1 Th 4pi Jwd teemed such a suitable 4riat li years ago both young 1 kWtky JUA kaadsome they appeared tfem to ihavfc a fair prospect before ISWET vHarry was the soul of good na tare and Rose though quick tempered ted the tenderest heart in the world ted acouraga and uprightness that d m compromises6ne was chopping wood foTthe glore the ax slipped and ker foot was badly cut She hobbled IImto tfee house and bound up the Wpa d j but It was several hours bof ora Harry jeturned from his idle saunter t 1aaad by that Urns she was faint frtikjpain and loss of blood y Dr Sansum came and dressed the wound How did you manage togire yourself such a gaahV he asTced It5B7justan accident staIn Kcredprotid Rose Humph responded the doctor witkian intonation that made Harry r4dei Then with a few additional word of caution Jo Rose ha left the cettae contemptuously ignoring her kusbondr iitseemed as if Jor Once Marry was stared out of hia cloth He tended Rose with the utmost care set the house In order clumsily it Is true but r asaldaously cooked the meaIa after a fllapdasb mascsllne fashion and in short did nil in Us power to repair hIselecta la hlg new found zeal Harry made a trip tqapelghborinff city In search ol jnnnanoBt employment OnJ his return his first words were Good i luckl iSro got a nteady Job at last as though all the years of hismarried life be had been spent In that quest What sort of a Job la lUmlked- fcose Fireman on an engine ut3znt that rather hard workV 1 asked Rose who had learned to clcubttstltAllnC quality dJt cried Harry and he his broad shoulders and 10 bright and manly as in the squaredj ji llnt lu strong as an od Roses lace was a rainbow and smiles Forgivo me Harry forIdfiubtins youshe said half sobbing nalfJaughlng He was little at homo after ha began his new work bet there were no cut JBC world BO looks tlhit stabbed withI scornt0Rcsa sang over her work and Ues came readily to her lips that is grown so Stern and cold What did it matter thnt they werepoorthab tktiir lot was vow that of mere labor lag folk She could respect her bus1 trfad Qnce more IOne Evening as Rose was getting Harrys supper ready she heard a step OR the porch and ran cat to meet him Two men w4re standing there e What is Itf abo cried feeling ail instant apprehension of misfortune Thdylboked tit each other and skiff led their feet awkwardlyl Is my husband dead tsheasked lisva dujt voice 0 ti1AaIJ repUcd one ofthe men f finding hISVDlce but ibadly hurt There wtstf collision near Benton and we caniQ toteli you about it When Rosa reached Harry he was lying insensible Both of his legs hopelessly crushed had been amputa ted an4 his bruised and bandaged face w6vtardly rccognitablc I Presently he was able to press her land feebly tus indicating conscious acssiof her presenceiTin half a man vow Rose in godd arhestfcho whispered one day with a ialav4ha r iconnin C81d itiihcemmon carelessness can make a mfciaation strong enough to defy iStlie liealinlg skill of tliQ physician CofMwni carelessness Iota the cold Wpt Ud grow Common carelessness iIiY between paroxysms of cough ing Vlt vfll bo all rigt m a day or two and the cdmmBit end icon firsied lung trouble perhaps con fumptioiu The conunonsonsotrcat J 1tf a common cold is a prompt ksft of Ayers Cherry Pectoral It k tk most Qfficient and reliable euro- ioc 91dsld coughs jmd is con itwtly prescribed by physicians 4 L lAwi L D Saraaac HT says 1uedl Aye Cherry PcctoraTintny Ii s4Ui rtsce 1B53 jud tare always found tt rii ilo for tbecurs of cplda coughs And tI dliei iser j r AgefS nIPtc1Ii MNT put ap fa Mfiao botttoa foe Wl ceIdI c Harry IonU BobBea Rose5 only forgive me for all those hard words They were deservedi Rose thats j the worstffLittle by little many pauses and In a weak voice that often sank Into a whisper he told her of the colliI StmIgtaej t at a glance became panicstricken and juinpdon1y to be killed hy the tall t I was going to Jumpj toot said Barry but when I said to myself i Np Ill play the man for once I did iiwhat the engineer should hare done pulled the reverse leTer and p ton the tirbj8kes to lessen the shock if pos sible But It was of no use and you know the rest lOWell dear1 Ije said A few minutes later when its alt over you can go back to your people andjforget about the dreary lIfo Ive led you Ive been A poor excuse for a man nfl along I realize that now You shall not wrong yourself so said Rose You had the heart of a hero in you and when the opportunity came you towed your courage He smiled a strange wistful pitying smllei Let her have the illusion at lleasU after Pin gene he thought You shall riot die cried Rose raising one little toilmarked hand to register an oatb cyoushall as1ftt IHarryLyou muEtltve 1 will IAndl I in the little town This Insured them a support and there were many ways In which Rose eked out their slender income HasTy was licensed now to be idle and no one reproaches him fo- ritHe was a helpless hulk as no expressed it but the best natured most patient hulk iu tho world UMBRELLAS OF TODAY Funnerly nrjMI Silk orCottoi haNow aiaae of Shied Fabrics Formerly umbrellas were made of either cotton or silk Now a very large proportion of the umbrellas carried are made of a mixture of cotton and silk The mbctur saremad91n various weights and weaves and in various combinations of the materials Some are halt cotton and tail sftk and some contain as little as 10 per cent of silk The umbrellas madeof these mixtures cost more than cotton umbrellas and less than those of silk They are light er than cotton and they wear better therfinervery easily be mistaken for silk Of all the umbrellas produced in this country about 50 per cant are now made of cotton null about 40 per cent ot the mixed fabrics the rest being of silk The proportion of umbrellas made of the mixed fabrics Is still in creasingi All the cotton fabrics used Jin making umbrellas in this country are manufactured here The mixed fabrics are all imported and of the silks about half are Imported Umbrella silks are made In many i weights and weaves Years ago silk umbrellas In dark green and dark gar net were not uncommon but now umbrellas of such colors are rarely If ever seen The most common color for um brellas Is black though there are made for women some silk umbrellas de signed lor either sun or rain of changeable silk and some of plaid silk There were formerly made fine silk umbrellas with a greater number of ribs than those now carried The ex tra ribs have now been dropped to get rid of the weight American umbrellas of whatever material or quality arc the lightest made In the world as they are likewise in every way the sight llest They Wore Minor Wh1I a pitch of exasperation did the practice of using buttons in the shirt drive the men of the middle ages that they adopted the plan of wearing brassier steel armor fastened together with metallic bolts The popular Idea that men wore armor in order to fight In It is manifestly absurd since no man could possibly have fought when incased In half a hundredweight of metal Armor was worn solely in order to avoid tho worry of shirts with miss ing buttons 1 There were distinct advantages n nected with the chainsteel shirts When one of those garments came homo on Saturday rilght from the washer woman the owner could feel reasona bly certain that the metallic clasps at the neck and in the bosom were all In their proper places fortno rasher detac1lngchisel If it did o happen that the washerwomans husband had been run over by a steam roller while wearing c steel shirt belonging to one of his wifes customers and one of the metal He fastenings had thereby been Injur edthEf customer in question could not accuse his wife of negligenceand de mand to know why she failed to keep his shirts in proper repair t Solar Element of the Bartb The discovery In certain rare earths found in Norway of the element helr turn previously known td exist only in the sun and in certain stars fs fresh in everybodys memory Now comes tbo announcement that Prof Naslnl of IPddua has also discovered In the gases kKulng from tho volcanic districts of Italy the only other element beniII been found in the sun without also known upon the earth coronlnm This mysterious substance is shown by JJtht spcctroscojg to exli in 19 vast SSSt du t 1h dar coeetvy kuairn uiut 1hasbInvestlgatlon of the element discovered by him indicates that It actually pos eases this peculiarity of Kghtqess It Is then the lightest substance known New or Water Drinker Pocket filters attached the and of eighteen or ftWe ty Inches of rubber tubing are recent valuable addl Uqnsvtb the tourls soutfltThe biker addicted to fho century habitsthe campcrls noV protected against Insects when drinking from a mountain spring or waysidrbrook No danger of imbibing snakes except in the timehonored roadhouse wdy Ii Too Many Sardine Tho demand for sardines has run so far short of the supply that the French factories are closing their doors and the government has been asked to come to the relief of this Important national Industry by making a ration of five or ten sardines dally part of the regular fare of the French soldier Telephone Attachment A German Inventor has patented a clock or attachment to telephone in besetfrortlon desired the connection with the other instruments being broken when the time expires A Novel Florrcn A novel floWer has been found at the Isthmus of Tehauntepec It has a fac ulty of changing US color during the day Inthemornlug it Is whUev when the sun Is at Its zenith Jt l r d1and- at bight it is blue Only at noon loes it slve OUt any perfume Diiitane lu Knral Battle modern naval conflicts opposing vessels seldom come within two miles of each other until the vanquished yes strides her cclnro 1Sl MAKING HARNESS REINS ilanofac tared Tram the StoaUit Xytathai A Word About Jindhol U The reins of a set of single harness are each about thirteen feet in length those of a double harness about fifteen feet For business harness reins are made of leather tanned black the reins of carriage harness are made ol russetcolored Ileather Reins require to be very stout and they are almost always made of steer hide the leather of which traces are made these however being of more than one thickness Occasionally lines for light or for cheap harness are made qf cowhide but not often as a rule the best of leather is used for the reins even in cheap harness There can be obtained from the hides of leather suitable for reins strips from seven to nine feet In length so that reins are always of necessity made in two pieces The loops or handholds oiteIt seen on the reins of track or road horses are commonly made of lighter leather Stitched together and then sometimes stitched to the reins but more often secured to them in such a manner that they can bo shifted on the reins to suit the convenience of the driver The threeloop hold which Is called the Boston handhold is commonly used for track driving tho single loop is tho one used by most drivers on the road There are patent handholds made of metal The wooden buttons sometimes seen on reins used as handholds are made in pairs one button of each pair having a stem with a thread cut on it which goes through the rein and IsI screwed into the other button of the pair 03 the opposite side Shavtnor Without Scelnff That a m nan become accustomed to pretty much anything Is proved by the officers In the army who when camped out or placed In a position nccessorIlesindispensableAn officer said Why I never think of using n mirror when I shave I do not stand up to do It either but sit down on a camp stool or the side of a cot and whack away at my face It Is more comfortable to be seated and then I do not have to crane my neck to see the place I am shaving and thereby exposes myself to a gash from the razor I never cut myself In tact I will be willing to wager that I can shave In my tent without a mirror as easily or with more easo than 1themarks of their awkwardness on their faces It is all due to habit formed by necessity A Laud oC aicny Thtrata The Egyptian never travels without this goolah He fills it with filtered water and In the morning can command a pint or more of water cooled by evaporatldn through the unglued clay This precious fluid he does not waste on unsatisfied thirst Taking off the long white wrap and the piece of cloth that covers his head during sleep the native pours the water over his head neck and hands The European with all his Instinct for cleanliness seeks first to rellevehls overmastering thirst There are in Egypt as many thirstIdry cla1nn- dtone feels what it must be to be a mummy J Divorce or Candle When a Burmese husband and wife equl11tdecide to separate the woman goes out length h are made especially for this use She brings them horns She and her husband sit down on the betwecnlthornsandIgbt thetp simultaneously LOne candle stands for her the other for outlgoes out of tho house forever with nothing but what he or she may havo on The one whose candle has survived the longer time oven b7D second takes everything So the dlvorceand division Df the prop erty It one can call that a division are scttledv Matches Without Phoaphorn The goyjjrnment of Belgium has of fered ffjreward of 50000 francs nearly 10CCO for the Invention of a match paste containing no phosphorus The Mmpetltlon Is open to citizens and iiujif els of all nations It is requlifed ihaVvtho matches shall Ignite when scratched en any surface Including cloth but that they shall not ignite r readily by friction ro ai to be dangerous when carried in the pocket ALogwjre- IreinKistna It Is over fOCO feet In length J I Priceless Fain MXtT rtceeaa be plaeedon p1aloUJttFriend U worth ItI weight in gold as an allevi ator My wife suffered more in tcn minutes with either of her other two children than she did al together with her last having previously used Isabeulngtoccct1neasterner Thus writes Henderson Dale Druggist RegulatorCompany tars rind manufacturers ofit Mothers Friend This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines ad vertised1 to do unreasonable things but a seienlificallyprcpared liniment especialJy effectivein adding 6tren gth nd elasticity to thoseparts of womans organism which bearthe severest strains of childbirth- The liniment may be used at auy and vail times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement The earlier it is egunand the longer used the more perfect wilt be the result but it has been used during the last month only with great benefit and success It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending It but greatly dimin lakes the danger to life of both mother and child and leaves the mother in a con dition more favorable to speedy recovery Mothers Friend t is sold by druggists at 100 or sent by express on receipt of price Valuable book for women Before Baby is Born sent free on application Atlanta GOOD FARMS In Daviess countY the bet couDty in Western Kentlacjiy The best county in the state The best market in the state for tobacco wheat corn potatoes tomatoes and the only market for cornstalks Which yield 12 per a reSOwensbor the county seathas 18000 population is on the Ohio river and has three railroads best schools in the state Wo have farms for sale ranging from Sf5 tto 400 acres and at most reasonable prices Here ate two of No lO55 acre 7 miles fmm Owonsboro In Rome neighborhood on Calhoun road high level mud creek on ono line small house am1 barn 18 acres of clover rest of lland In line state of cuUvaliiji price only30 an aero TrndNo2193 acres near Wortlilng ton on railroad ITinllts west of Owns boro level land nearly nil cleared splendid for wheat nnd burley tobacco there are several small houses and two tobacco barns we will divide hint met Into 50 acre tracts price 20 per acre Tersts on all onotuird cash balance in ono two and three years We sell lanJl l chepjur thnn anybody else in tlls part of tho state Write for our list of farm- sWILLIAMS LITTLE 214 12 Third St OwensboroKy Vif RirsfWI- lITES GREA- MVERftdUFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remedlsj- EVERY ROUtE GUARANTEED- SOLD EVERYWHERE TTrtl liCB5BOl BZ5IIl to aeni InUllrdS Snow Liniment is the most penetrating liniment In tbo world It cures pain and Inflammation of nil kinds quicker than any other known remedy Price 60c Every bottle guaranteed Ilaydon Rbert on alcmtTobaeeoplhDd cole Tear sir b1- To quit tobacco easily nod forevtv be mag netic tub of life nerve and vigor take NoTo Dan the wondcrwortcr that maJMa woolt mop strung All dnisclstetOcortl Cure Iuluii ecd Booklet and sample Jroo Address Sterling Remedy Co ChIcago or Now York A Sure llan of Croup Hoarseness In a child that is subject In croup Is a euro Indication of the ap preach of tho disrate U Chamberlain COURI llenuxlv Is alvon as soon an tho child becomes hourto or oven after tin cronpy coub has appeared it will pro vent the attack Many mothers whd have croupy children find that it naves thorn much troublu and worry It car always bo depended npon and It pleaa sat to take Havdon iRobertson IA 6RITI6AL TIME During the Battle of San JtiagoSICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGHTAND DAY The Pickers at the Battle of Santiago do Cuba were all Heroes Their He role efforts in Getting AmuniUon and Rations to ihe JBront Saved the DaySP K Butler of pack train Xo 3 writing from yantlaeo doVubaon July 23J says UVo all lied diarrhoea in more or JCM violent form and when wo landed we had no tune to see a doctor for It was a case of rush and rush night and day to keep the troops supplied with nraunl tioii and rations but thanks to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we wore ablo to keep at Work und keel our health in fact sincerely believe that at one critical time this moklcluo was tnlndlroctaavlor fo our army forif the packorabnibeon unablo to worfe there would have beers no way or gottln sup plies to the front There vroro no roads that a wagon train could use My cons redo and tiiyself hid tho goodfortuho tft lay In a supply of this pedcno before we loItlAmpaand know In rour care t absolutely saved my life1 Tho above totter waa written to the jiauufarltiiera of this modlclio tin hamb raiu Mcdclno Co DcsMolnca la for sale by Haydon llobortson lItVi1 b j The best Magazines and i Nev spap rs p blislied in theotiritry offered attrer duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As a special induoemdiit tto hew subscribers and oM ones vlio renew ve Have at no little trouble and ex jenso made arrangements with a trfje number ol mngnzincs and newspapers to offer them igreat1j reduced rates In eoroo sVe ffer OU the NEWS LEADER and the other publication together for one year at the price of the one Now is the time to begin and lere is A list of spme of the offers 41lvITuNEWSLnSDF- RLonisyiBe Post daily S275 Courier Journal twice a week 150 Louisville Commeicial daily 500 Louisville Coramercihlwcekly 125 jouisvlle Dispatch u J65 Home andl Form n 140 Fanners Home Journal 1175 Cm ComraercialTn una n 140 Cincinnati Enquirern 150 Country GentJeman 4 8GO Interstate Poultry tiII 130 Ohio Farmer 1AP Independent 350 Silver Knigbtf 160 St LouIs GlobeJDemocrat 175t Century Magnrine 450 St Nicholas 80 Southern Florist and Gardenr 1150 Mayflower J80 hampers Magazine 400 HnrpbrsNVeekly 425 Harpers Bazar 425 flirpera Round Table 2 50 K Y World 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ity from serious resultu Hayden t IloborUon CA DWeLLS SDR INDIGESTION PEPSI N MONTHLY SUFFERING ofIpainsin back brea3u- ehouJderssides hips and limbs But they need not suffer These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected The men strual function should operate painlessly 1Mn lofrdlli r makes menstruation painless and regular It puts the deli fouditicsproperlyAndWhy wilt any woman suffer month after month when Wine of Cardui will relieve her It costs roo at the drug store Why dont you get a bottle today Por Advice incases requiring spein1directions address iv lug syrnptbms The Ladies AdvIsory Departxnenl The Chattanooga Medicine Cor Chattanooga rcnn- iaGQOe Itrl 5tl OenarlOc Texas 111- uwaa troubled at monthly IntonraJt with terrible palm la head and back but han hiss entlrelj wlUrefl WtM f Cartul NEWSLEADER 1 00 a year f rUlt L ConaumpCtiori C2CuredIAn 12mlndnt New York Chemist Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Benders and1 The distbignlshed New York chemist 4l4 Blooum demonstrating discovery of reliable nnd absolute cure for consnmp ties Pulmonary Ta csdulos1ann all bronchlallhroit lung sad chest diseases stubborn coughs atarrhal affecil nc gen eraldecllno weakness loss of flesh and conditions of rastlnj away will send T REB FREE BOTTLKEl all different of his now discoveries to any afflicted read er tho NewstEADru writing for them His ties 3denliflc Treatment has curd thousands eiuancnly by Ittftmcly use and ho considers It a simple proferSr leant duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial 6f his infallible pure lidithisto humanity ao can be claimed by any moo errs genius His assertion that lung troub lea and consumption are curable lu any cllmatols proven by heartfelt letters gratitude filed In his Ameticon and Euro- penn laboratories In thousands from th fII cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lead to consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Blocum M Gv08 Pine street Now york ving post ornee and express address slid tbo tree modl lao wilt he promptly Sent Sufferers should take instant advantage of this generous pryposlsion Please tell the Doctor that you saw his otTer Ip the NuwsLrsxsn Aak DRtJGGIST Koar f CATARRH For a generous 10 tNT TRIALSIZE Elys Cream Balm contain no cocalno mercury nr any other iojnriox dreg It U quick 7 Absorbed Gives relief lit oneo II open and leanis fIPlCPI nAUTsInODmUon IInd vroiecti the memhrana Itt the eji sof imill Tfial jlzel0e tt IdI or by Hile6ija KLVBUOTUKK Warren btjMt Now York Frazer Axle Grease Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards et Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Vaauttwed FRAZER LUBRICATOR Co Factories Chchgo St KevYork WHY SUFFER AGONY 1 lguaranteedtoduro r irjt No Knife IINo Interruption otBusinass I 4 f The first treatment brings immediate relief Ithan cured thousands and will CUrGr you MR Ti 8 WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Depatfonent says ti After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was mac7 i J ommended to me The uspbf one box dTectedapennanent care I voluntarily give you this statement hoping itSirilL be themg rof bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf b trt a ferfrg with piles f ril Price 100 Prepaid to any ddress DON CHEMICAL C MPATsre t CHATTANOOGA TENN 1 j o + + t4t44 gOWPEREP BUTTER ME1I 1 b 10BIA rk II T4t POWDTRIRt iilMadeI of tie Finest Bluel Grass Kentucky Creaai chedItcvaporslec1byaboJngfiaat tosryperSw tadnoted with the FINEST CREAM TARTAR SU and SODA f THIS jfgtY BAKING FOWDIR11ITHTUfl MILK ALR Apr IIT i To make the Ffaut and Rlchett Circuit end other Bread the Lightest and Sweetest CakesacjlylthouttheUsccrMofcMtlk For all BakinrFurposcsia Without aacqu i a FOR PURity AND EXCELLENCE IS WITHOUT A CQPARIIN but the Best Result caD come of the Free and Constant Use of the Milk Baking Pow4er and Indispensable for Purl andWbDZa at home and on Steart Shlps and Ocean VQelL iiNotblatt TWo tonspoonfuJo t6 ooo quortrof flour BP O9 0uisYmeKy US LcCOtcO t 0 Home GroinFraitJregs t We have thotisatidi of nice well lawn Tees Vines Etc for Fall delivery Write ois und we will make prices bi1the next mail J B BRYANT COUNT AOT GARDINER BROS DBATSVILLE KY Delays are Dansernun Many of yunrfrtendslr people whom youknbw ofTiaro contracted consnrnp thin pnoumonltf orotbcr ftial dlaeiwea by neglect of a simple cold or cqn h Folevs IIi noy and far n safe sure and ptaaeant cough medicine votlla have eavedthcm It guarauteod qavdou d Bbbertsqn Boniity is Illood Deep Clean blood means a cleau4 skin No beauty without it Cascarets Candy CatHar tic clean your blood and keep it clean by intlpuritiesintl TA tERS- buCi EV i1iiEL + 1 jilJLllfikfaa T known for 15 yours as the BEsT REWfEDViof FILM SOLD Ynr DBUGGIDI JsiVcnA2OWC NEWS LEADER SilOO a vear r skh seslFor the spcdyand permanent pure of tetter saltrhenei and eczema Chlan berlahjs Eye and Skfn Oiijtaonfeirfi rclievejthejtchlagundi apeisnanentcurei scal1 head acre nIpplei flcbfpgt piles chapped hrntls chronic eoro cyea and granulated lids Dr tadfs Coauitroa Powflcrrf for ncrt b the test tonic blood puriCvr BndverflJtfnstf Price25cecl3 So dbFf Hayden t tRubnrbson7DrtiggIs J cu F- q AItLrSTT r Ii1r e l Cherry Pcctort j has been for sixty years the popular medicine fpr colds copghs and aIf 4diseases of the throat and lufigs It cures Asthma and Bronchitis and sob soothes the irritated tissues that a refreshing sleep invariably follbivs iif f use No mother fears an attackof CrouporWooping Gougli foj her t 1 children With Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house It is a specific for a that modern maladyLa Grippe It prevents Pneumonia and has fre 4quently cured severe cases of lung trouble marlced by all the symptoms 4 of Consumption It is vr or I Thc Standard c lor Rcincdy t t Colds Coughs and Lung Diseatsi j + At the ate of twenty after a severe sickness I was left with weak lungs a terrible cough aDd neuly ill the symptoms otconsuniption My dOctor had no hope of my srecovery but haying read the advertisements of Ayels Cherry Eectorsi I determined to Jtry that praparauoa Iso and iiinco that time i have pled no other cough medicine I am now eevcnlytwo years old and 1 know that at If ast Mtyyears have been added to my life by this imcompaiablo preparation A W SPERRY PlainfieJd N J cl have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral for nearly fifty years and fdnndftiobeanezcdllcntS r remedy for nil bronchial and throat diseases M SS IH MATHEWSEdItorADbJafrA Oneonta Ala Myfirst remembrance of AyciV Cherry Pectoral dates bide thirtysix Ttarswlien fny fmother u cd It for colds coughs croup and sore throat ttheasedho other medlchjain r 1 attacks of thatsort among her children and it never lcd to bring prompt relief and curcii I always keep thli medicine in the house ana fe r doses quickly check all colds coughs or any iafUranuUon of the throat and Jungs J DONNttIL Seattle Washy 11 have sold Ayers Medicines for forty live years IknoTrofnopreparaUorflhateQpals tAyer Cherry Pectoral for the cure of bronchitis It norcr falls to gee prompt renee t C I ShERWOOD Drog1stDowagiae Mich + i SS fr1ao usod Ayers CherryPectorai both in my faintly endpractice mdcoasidcr1toheCor the best oflts cilast for la grtpp colds coughs bronchItis and consumption nlits l1t tYstages W A WiaOflT MD Jant v1ueGii 7r t Sotno yean ago AycVs Cherry Pectoral cured me of the asthma after the best medical AIllha4failedto glvasnorellcfL F S IIASSLEREditorXyiw Table Rock Neb iJ J Can ic hadal Balfl riccbrcJ I PullSize 100 ialf Size 50 Cts I YYa1r ti- it I 1tt