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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 8, 1898. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1898 new1898120801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, December 8, 1898. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 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COUNTYz=E YMaiejitie food m re dettctouf and whotesome mtru trim ca awtox- llltitf111NNltNltttltllltll J 1lttNlt111H1l1tNtk1xQ9t silNt- a tN1t1Nf911tltINl91R Odds and Ends of Gossip f1I It Itltlt It It ItltIt It 1I1ItIUaJIIUuuutIIIIa IIIUIIIUUI TO on BON OX TIlE LIST DAY JTOYEKBEIL ITpox di yiael7 DIe hhaathewertborneato ifaelrguett Dkrie eatoasfave thee of their belt jifiurch bro gbt the graceful stir ofw j risc Aped a tender aong to hIeaMay Ute mOlt wlOMMe bloMomlnf JKQS f T fweot breath aid that palo gam1 A JYIMteepe in thybldah- l a oco solo ttktbl Avjput bosh iSejiemVor 1nt thy glowing hair WHk flowing l mplot tkeair I Of iwfllf bt bleadoth dark fair Qctobtra Bower was rite With teanre that Ober1 strife F rtatlk M be gave tbaollfe t8 kMa waa tha wart OfllAter aieMu iad BO part I aabteainf thy radiant heart- H bade beceEber M to plead the petitioning bla seed That tha retntleul Fates took heed Asd thfogb Noyeaabcra thou muSt bo Yet MatMt Winter tney decree la set thy cracloai Ministry Kvkort Uaierwood Johnson In the NGVIl her Outlook 4 1 HB OLDEST ington WOMAifWash11i fiction of having ode of the oldest inhabitant in the state She ic Mary Kelley an old colorfed 1Jwomlonontthe Bloomfield road about two and a half mlles from town That Ant Mary is considerably over I a hUnliredyears of age can be estabUshad by several circume IH stsnoesg hterUif Until recent ywheshewas taken down with sickness the old was erablactive her mind Memory was good She has told of incidents in her history hatIJ fix the date of her birth with a andfthert t old womam is from 103 to 105 I years qld She was onceowicd as a slave by James Hnghes echo ran a store in Springfield when the town little more than a sugar camp wjth only a few louses scattered about One of the incidents that fixes Aunt Marys agftis hat she remorebere and has often told the circumstances t of the hanging of John Rivers the first man ever legal y hung in Washington county She says that she was twenty fivg years of age when that pc cared An examination of the 1e1 Monday Octobers 2 1820 This would mate Aunt Marts age 103 granting that she iva twentyfive at the time tha event transpired Another cir cumstance that indicates her ag6 is the fact that when a young girl she acted as nurse to Mr James Calhoun when that pldt g ntleniannow long since dead a baby Mr Calhoun was born in the year 18QO and Aunt t Mary to have nursed him mns have bed ten or fifteen years of age which would again fix age sgood deal over the century markIt a IEXECUTIOIT OF Rivzna1 llooking over the records i olboti the Commonyrealthol Kentucky chargediw iiiin oTctmont char e that John BIv ers laborer did on the 8thot AgustJJa2 0 while oaring lestgusadt J with the Devilstab end more l tally wound hit son Isaac Riv ers with a mife the valae of which fifty cents and did wfliot a wound a quarter plan I inch broad and six inches deep Isaacirs woand said XtIIiia Riyers did anedate clydiaais sin JlIL j pOmo Ay iiivers ns rl l eta ana sell tenced to be hung during the same month in which the crime was committed and the daqft- he execution was fixed for Octo ber 2 1820 The plaice named for the erection of the gallows as a point on the Springfield Greensburg 1oadrheI place is on the hill near where npw stands the tense of Mr R McElroy That bill was for long time afterward known as GallowsHill In making some inquiries about this event in the early history of Washing ton county We found that Oapt Pat Simms and ont Clerk W Booker were quite familiar withallot the circumstances of thor hanging although both de Died having been present It teems that there was ah immense crowd of people to witness the execution sand that the gallows was allowed to stand for along time as was the custom im those days to serve aa a warning to other would be evildoers It stood in tact long enough to dp duty again a year later when a negro Was twig on it It is said thafthls n rob attended the tionof Rivers and re to an officer at the time to just leave the thing stand for you will have to use it for rue efore long And surer enough Jfame negro was swung from the beam a year later for murder ANQINGS FIRST AND LAST A good many of t o91derti residents pi the town llreij member of ltearin Mr James j Calhoun tell of the Rivers hang j tug He then a young man of t twenty acted as one of the tilrti with all of the details of crime execution Fifty four years later or in the year 1874 henthe negro Milor Alford was condemned to be hung Mr Qalhoun who was then quite an old man again appointed guard and he and Mr attendta young man ra execution acted as guards to the prisoner These two thus acting in the same capacity at Washington countys first and last hangings fiftyfour yours apart Another prosI0RAYOROTT id to r democratic nomination tor the legislature is exsheriff John T craycrottwho has been consults ins with his friends lathe county histmaking the race To the Leader Tdr Craycrof explained position which he said that beplainlyaunderkcandidAtcl for thee nomination said ho unless Mr Ham bebop the tivetbccomesta If Mr Shehan desires the en dorsoment pfv the party for tho second term I for one am will ing that be should have it and Iwill not become a candidate if havensecondnfirfSheban out I will make the race for the nomi nation Mr Craycrof is perhaps as well known as any man in Washington county having on more than ono occasion been peoplefHe is a hustler in a campaign ean would be a hard man to do feat for an office in the gi tof the people of Washington co nty SBK ADWELLN If yon child hen thin pale chocks uncertain appetite nnrestful eleep It bESjrorms and curhig Trltli etroosc conduoasorsec1Cream VproiUngo Is mild but dertafa in elfcct Md Is utpcrioc tonlo as as a ixwltlvo worm dcettojcrv Hnvdofc Robertc n a t wideawake tij v Ot i Too Much Clothing TooMany Gloats 11- y J TOO MANY BOOTS AND SHOES P Iw Too much Mens Ladies and Childrens Underwear Our toc1 tJ N ofall kindluof Winter Goods The season is nearing its end iTheyhavent 1 1fmoved Jiastt enough and we are going tomove them faster bpSLASHING tt i iJBBICES Dont wait if you want bargains tor Jj No is Your Golden OpportunityI pp Ij1 r It iis early yet You havent bought yourwinter supplies yet Come jin and take a look through our stock we will sell you at prices that will tii1 knockout all competition We must and will reduce our large stOck in next f1 i thirty days All we want is to find the peoplfe who are needing Winter 1 stuff ourassortmentand Low Prices will cause tem to BUY QUICKFV Vi No trouble about getting things to suit her as it is widely jbopw ftelt wa carry the largest and best assorted stocks of inerd n inn anyy towa in t J 1 the State We guarantee our goods be as represented rMi iS A t1 j We will take the greatest pleasure in showing yoluthrpligli Handsome prizei giQen ray Jl fJtI with cash purchases The greatest line of Overcoats you ever saw at prices to ut you bee tpW it i IiFinet ri JJ- JIIT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE 7 iiSd S MCHORD I ROBRTSONI f k jt Washington Js A Sonl inol William Perrine gives a graph ic picture of TVAshinjrtont mem orable winter of suffering at Valley Forgo in December Ladies Hume Journal Sentinels pac ins in the snow on the outposts toot off their caps and stood in them to save their feet fromf lug he writes Hera and there could be found even officers in a sort dressinggown mado of old woolen bedcovers The stouthearted Women of New Jersey sent their quilted clotHej as Christmas jpresonta with the that as were IrIrrtCUjest to wear the trons there woald be an aefor men might wear the peticoats Washington who never exaggerrtcd and that felt men had more than one shirt many only a one and none at all Nearly three thous and men were barefooted ans ocj assionally might fJ8 seen a soldier who was all but naked Sometimes there was nothing to in the camp but rpttoQ salted rings Men wore known to snatch at tho dougHof half bak ed cakes in the kitchens of the farmers wovis Tho contractors the commissary oot8 and the Continental Congress had brought twelve thousand men to the verge of starvation avid the of General Wayne ran hot with rage as he looked fan hts poor fellows weak with hunger Indeed there bvt one bo tumbler and also but one wooden dish for every Washing ton himself dined one day on potatoes and hickory nuts M good man he said to the senti eel in front of his head narters pacing up and down iotQe bitterness of a cold morning have had anything to eaU No sir the rpply Give mo your musket then and go insidet and get some breakfast and the tall commander gravely walked upland down ss guard ovtrtbit i ow u b ue W UT1 at M JIIatls t nufs eozn gtRltfaiMPDtttap t 9tSJO lUti IOSttoJ Dtieorrorcd by a Another gr jit diacpTirj has boon made and thattoobT lady in this county Li8oaie faBtetfod its clutches upon her olOnD jeaara oho withstood ts eaTorcat twUr bather cooal were unIdormtnod and death seemed imp minent three months one eonxhed incessantly and couldsot aloep She finally discovered to recover by DtKlngs new PIe coTory for Consumption and wen much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has ben absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Luther Luta Thus writes W 0 Ham nook tt do of 8heiby N 0 Trial bottles at Haydon k Robertaon Regular 50 and 1 Every bot guaradteed or refunded wTho Kiewsipapor Man The ntvrspapac man is an an theeSouthwest where hois used by the citizens as a beast of burden Ho has two eyes unless one has at sone time or other bees knocked sky wcatorn crooked scone trite citizen whom his roasted two ears generally one nose one mouth and one wife ia in each State in the union His loge which are two are very al to him when denser threatens They art fastened to the lower end ot hit body and liD most cases extend all way down to tha ground where they stop and flatten outlikt two gig antic corn dodgert gsaarnhas real hair oa his head and well nigh hunan ears often hung lon in a like manner This has now and then caused somebody yto ntiatakt him for a reap human but happily thit pistako Is rare seldom occuring to each newspaper man that one in a life time The newspaper man is gener ally concdied to be tko most doe of all domestlP animals Now land then one tiads a hooker in the herd but when rkca bona g 2fSf ywillearlyat AlterP anytlainto day ntght Ho gets into the of working all the time tries to thstows The people doa6 appreciate it bathe doesnt expect them 10Ihe wants to efo1t of life all he expects to get Is his vie tuals and health He geta iIito the newspaper habit and this habit when once formed is mighty hard to overcome We have known a great many newspaper men who tools up the habit early and followed it till thov starred Day after day night after eight the newspaper mangoes on with his habit of work white his neighbors are resting from tnenbon heat is atrork while the town loafer aits oa porch and spins yarns he la at work and wheat the town is wrapped m slumbers can seen whining away tbrpuzjh his window and you know he fsat work r Ho llyea others When aro distressed it is the newspaper man who is ever ready tP offer a word of encouragement He sympathizes with human ity he loye hutfjanity Whom yPu laugh he laughs when you cry he ia sorry when jourwife pres eats you with a bouncing boy joyfully puts It in print when a blushing bride goes out from the parental roof to live in a home of her own he records the date other happy Marriage and speaks good wordtbat will be cherished her childrea in after year6 and when enters your hone and lays low oiat of your furest dowers he it is who stands by the open grave with heavy heart and tearful Syr feeling your anguish from the great d pth of his souL Ex The person disturbed ihtf congre reRqucaWdip callon Baydon Roberisoa and get botUajrf yotova Honey nd Tar r itchlway4 give T fof Take LaratlT Bromo Qoinfda JTjltltil t8 Alit jdrugRiBta refiind toneyaf It fatlskl oftfo av The genu1n bag rABQo wa tablet 1olO iwo n 0 j 11lB liustnee wans j i o tlg ll thQ oo tin er t DJUJ reallh the far er i bUyers f J t Sn jB 1f AbYn1IIHO 4f flf 1fJjir Io M L if jj 1 Mfa tas i tq ll 41 se dei rat fte cbI bd II Mr Tovp Hrl Brt 7 OF Ats and aai icy For Woman tol and and was was he was and was men Nowe his and vrcll i 0 I r jc t e to f j- f r f f t 3 jI reea women wee half som eat her and blood was mess you was 4 + tao WOMBat a organs For a way free size price by has usef the ate Ute being more ile t o and He boom All i ho the hsi the be l for you you l baby he a by death who a Nile f t l 1rx =Iu GPUNDY J S CLAYBRObKE TG MoBtROT s r p Ve Have Been L Compalled t Renewsk = Our Stock We y ave had iich a rurdmr g4I certaini lines of goods= opened that we htye btexi kk pelledto buy more to met th 1ii onr stock is ltowfull 4iidwi t cany a completeortD1n t f Clothing Dry GOdeTry rthing you need to w est f If4 Our price are away dowi 1y wilh the loisfest Come and fiat 5J c j Come in and J f r i t ou ares ways eaorn 5 whether you buy or t1 I ql 0 c Qrundyjlaybrooke tC I IINQFIELDr V IYt it l I If urU Ir tjvw dO THE NEWSLEADeR I j rd 1IIk = i liBSSLEADEK AIaugi 8 f E 4IeOAYEARtADVA IlLD KY j aL bS1JrPub r W4M 8 Betted 10 cents pert J b tor flu Drat tMtt1etltand 5 cents for 1J1tillMiUon iE indtdatefl ttBd poillical matter a 1t p rline- Cifti 1ttrkt U dens at low rateabnt cash piM WiW o delivery of goods i vjwT rmiBjK contracts malo on liberal t J QjltiHcw and resolutions ol respect 3 rti prThe Ji ctqIt7 LMtrkt OcrsOftlcfs 5 J JDnj7SDAY DBOi 8 1508 i t f Mi pkBSipENO MCKINLEY sentL in his raessifgo to Congress on message is not j tMo dryvThe fenational but it is business I tI ii Hkoand sensibleI Th stirring i osfints of the late war t rt piit1 are carelullyJ re Wlthi r l and our x untryV attitude in re t Ygard toour newly Acquired pOS 1 L sesioii is defi1j1utiasto the future tKe President s sfIr dD1b1 discuit this Ume the r ov rD1antQr the futuroof th Iw possessions whichl will come ltdusus a result of the wartt ii S Ich discussion vsii be nppro k s ltf peaceCfXviiiaa military governments will t continue liiiF AT thg peace communion ses ff Jsion thorough draft of eight arc j vv tides composing in reality all pi ttti paco treaty was approved A j1 jiithnbcr of secondary questions jsti1l under considerationp 1 1tj butI tli6y will be embodied intxsecond l iiv reaty so that the peace treaty may be signed in a day or two v No reply has sen made to the l f AtnjijicatL proposals as to thec rffti Carolines The Amerkan havesIw r ajrqad to transport to Spain all v vul Spanish prisoners J1eldiin the I ihiUippines by the Aniericans jeiid ffho Filliplnos The Spanish v lequjeSt for trade concessions has r definitely rejected lfI j ffE tak pleasure in aoknow r edging the receipt of an invitas isi Alonifrom the chairman of the t1i reception comratttee to attend t xe reception and celebration jf comprising Kentuckys Welcome to the return ot the First IVk1 tP I lent XCehfr cky Volunteers in Porto Pico The regiment has JtrsaUed and will reach Louisville en or about the 12th Loiiis vile people liao prepared a I S yal welcome tqrthe returning s sbldier boys t = i t pne of tU5 most important vr uews expressed by tho Presi fjdent is in regard to the con- ifcucttont of the Nicaragua canal which he considers more tan-r 1 Lt eyer indespensible in view of1i pur newlyacquired interests inJ If thQ Pacific ocean Themessage 1r y4s guito lengthy and deals broad 4 lrin the discussion of national agairs f T1 Bt3ourt ofAppa1sbahelcl uplts decisibnori the Gosbal t fcieliectrionlai rfora Jew thtyri but f4isgi7en out at FranWort that l 4 depision wilt upTioltlI the cons i ttitvoial5tydf the law Goebel fol I overs throughput the state are rJ iantov r the news V Tobacco Piarket isTho Barley marKet opened thm vRfitoV with an excellent demand p 1for common and medium prudes n AuoMeaU Alljgradesiaogm np to 40cVore eagerly omptd for 4t on advance over pries pre vailing last week Warehouse 7 men say prices foirld BarJey of p the common and edsnm types were better than they have ben- for many we6ls The few small Jliedxleaf packages offered met wiChfagjOd demand at an advftn qj15 oe of2c over buyers of last we t 0f fSuihgraesintheOldcropi are SIOW very scarce There is this l 4 cpnsolatiODj however that the 3 new C19p will contain a fair pro i portion or Red leaf suitable for fillery purposes The finer gradr + c r fjpiweer liave not sy mpatji ictwlth be upward bt as ia the paat movementI f pajiiivtlr neglected L dandruffi 0 ml8 QIMaeGf ii tftiF 101JIIIto yrs JlrVft1r1l m EraiecE w SHUT m HISi Is duo mot only to the originality aid- sDpUcltyofthecombinntion bnt also to tim care and skill vith which it is manufactured by scientific processese known to tho CAIJFOHNIA Pie SYBCP Co Only and wo wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the truo and original remedy As the genuine yfnp of igs is manufactured by the OAIJFOJUIIA Fip SYRUP Ca only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless iinvitations manufactured by other par ties The high standing of the CALI IiiIi which the genuine Syrup of Figs has gives to millions of families makes the name of the Company guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It isC farm advance of all Other laxatives as it acts on ths kidneys liver cud tcwels without irritating or weaken ing them and it doea not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial efTects please remember the name of thoCoinpanySCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO r Cl ioo Cat XTcrPftbePf AIIIbou t fiy or th offerings the crop COnn Vicues to show the same features1 wlifcti characterized the earlier arrivals Jack of color and bodya It is a crpp moreover which will riot iimprove when dried The en tire crops of buyers have been in e jd8n ethi week and the market has purchased an unusually lively and animated appearance wblan indicates that the season of activity on te breaks has at last arrived Soould the recdlpt come in freely ales will be1e ned oaTuesdays and Fridays which for sometime past have been considerad off1 diy Louisvflle Woed LOSE nny Lave lost confidence and hoj 0 u well ni health because they baie been told inoir bliliioy disease was Ql IIahleI Vole va Kidney Cure rsn guaranteed n11soJuhChambcnalns Colic Cholera nod doIpondcduponnlld tko boldbj flsydontBolerIson I POLIN From Our SpoLil orNSpondept 4 Charles NicSdlis and Willard Vandiver have returned hom- efteraweekssav with theRu- ell boys btbUriZ Miss Minnie Royalty of LexE gtonisvlslilpj at home this wcelr l Mrs Rachel Johnson is the j pleasant guest of bersisterjMrs Russel l of Maple Bill Mrs SABayne is on the sick list Mrs Z T Grow who has been confined fober btd from a severe iSprain is able to bp up again Mrs Mary Crow who h 3 be en quite sick withtpleurisy and malarial fever is slowly improv lug jjISaoiuel Viioflat is visiting re latives at Hurrodsourg this week MissfLula McAUster died at her borne Nnv 29 of Typhoid fey ei She was sic1oa1y rifle days the family havelbe sympathy of the entire commurHv liJSff btu Wotoitithe chnrI rning daugiitero Mr Owen Wor forO wis jaarried to Mr Bob eyofGhtlp1lu Dec 2 May tfleii ju 4ibotrown wh rage is the wish of jour correspond ent DonfncrH nrtuiit Bi Cored by applicitions PS they ccnnotit ttfcb Jfco d 1IOiell poitinn of the tar TBcrO Is only ono way to caro deafnecs and that w by conutitutloitil remedies Dfafncuitst caused by ttn Inflamed con 1 dition of tho mucous lining of the Ens tajhian Tube When this tube is in flitned you have a rumbling sound of imperfect liearfnc and wliut it ia en tirely cl red dearncsH is the rrfiujl rttd utilcwi IhainHoiJjfitition rtu be taken ontand thla tolJe restored to U normal condition hearing will be dustrpyed causedbyflamed condition o the mucous sur faces Wo AVlliglye One Hundred Dollan fox Janycasoof ohfnesjt caused by catarrh that cjl1notbo cutclby Ulls Catarrb Cnrd Send for circnlara fee free C1SCldBolls Family Pills are the best OkIJMMI- kav53on given Dr CaldwoH4 Syrnp TapaWn trial It u cure you ot jour cqDtrp tlon will correct your stomaRh tronblendnxako your Hfg worth Jv Ing Trlbottles lCciO doses JOe larjje slits 6eo nt1QtWatersDInJ qANTDevomI Trustworthy 7er manasefJurbualJties JUt mainly pfflce work conductedi iato klrYltlrnlghUOOO ayearasx fxpeMM u nnUef bonathie no more uaMMl ry Monthly 5 References envellopel Chlueg4 MAKV LLEITram Our Recuhvr Comsyofiimt t vjes8rp Joseph Ganetty of wocdford county and Mansicp B mta Hiirrodoburg have beec ona hunting expedition the aeststf Mrs Wilbur Peter 4 MIPS Pearl Clatko and Uhar lieTftwmy were married Wed nesdav eveoirig at 5 oclock a tUp biides borre in MackvUle Buy Moone of the M EIChurch offldVIng in a vftrf o3 TQ Laid inpresive manner The a wa also a very nine and supper g l1att the grooms home Dr Damairoboucfat of John Foster 60 acres of land for 14 00 Poter Kon i to Springfield to keep boarcting house Taa Harnion house when flu ished wit ba qpita an improve moat to Mackville as wit also Mi Jim Treats the new mer chant tho first of the yecr For Kldnry TrOubles lluroi is nothing bitter than Foleys idnoy Cure Everyone who tries it vliajreo this llaydon Kobortsou Toil are making a great mistake in not sending ron 10 cent trial size of Elyspream Ualmlt Ia sneclHo for caturrh lUll cold in tho head AVe malt tor tho 50 tents sIre DrngRhts nil keep It iyJ3r6thers 50 Warren Street Now Yark Calarrh causod dlfflculy in speaking I hearlngByI lenrlnglISweotwili not discolor goodsi dyed with Pnlmen Fadolc s Dyes Shun dyes ajoguaanlcd taho Absolutely fast to v1Jn nmVwnstilng lOc per piokagq Sold by Waters Brown MOORESVILLti From Our Ref ibr tjrreapondent BORN Novsraber 28 to the wife of Emerson Barlow1a ten ponnd boy IS fG Boblett sold tD JliR Moore 100 bushels of corn at 20 centa per bushels delivered Married MrP J Cull to Miss Julia pMoore at hehome November 80 The ceremony was perlormed by Rev Wm M Stalling after which a sump tuous dinner was served there being sixty people present We bopeIfirst married Miss Callie Reed of fantoD is visiting friends and relatives here A party of young folks went toMr James Tobin sone night last week to storm him but he was noi in tb be stormed Mr N H Payne will move to Pireiericktown in a few days to engage in blacismithing We dislike to give him np but ocr loss is their gain A Mr Jef fries of Spencer county will take his place here A party ot tramps passed through here last Thursday on foot cdnsisting of one woman two men and five children Ttey olafmod to bgolng to their did home in Anderson county Daniel B Goode of Lexing too iis dangerously ill of Brights dUeass W S Goode was called there last weeek That death lloves t shining mark was beautifully Illustrated in the death of our boy friend Roy Settle who departed this life December 0 at 2 atm of typhoid fejer in thalStn your of his age All that a loving mpth er father sister and brothers could do assisted by medical aid was of avail God called him in his young days He was an ex emplury young man and was he loved by all who knew him May he rest in peice is the wish of your scribe Interment In New Hope BaptisV cemetery and the RevITpblers DlICkere Pile Ointment elves Iratant relief It allays Inflammation and hoalK It is prompt lu Its action and positive in its effect It Is the kind that cures without pain or discomfort 5Itls fonlIns only Tubes 75 cents Iluydon it Hobertson NAPLCHIL From our Special Corrospondent The marriage of Mr Robert Sheeny and Miss Gertrde Wo ford was quite a surprise to then many fr ends t While it was geueraly known that the young couple were ard ent admirers Their most Inti mate friends did not suspect that they wore matrimonially inclined Sometime since thubridesfatb er objected to Mr Swe ney pay tug attention to his daughter be cause ol her youthfulness but little wasthoughtof the waiter until Friday morning it was an nounced that on the previous night The conpl accompanied I by Mr Edward Bwceoey andI Miss Lovice Merritt had gone GoodBye tVv Rheumatism The Right Remedy WHl Banish it Forever If you would foroyer be rid of lrho aches and pains and some times tho torture prqduced by Rheumntism you must take the right remedy Those who continue to suffer are relying upon remedies which do not reach their trouble The doctors treatment always consists of potash and mercury which only intensify tho disease causing the joints to stiff en and the bones to ache besides digcsUvoqrgnns Rheumatism Is a disordered stnteof the blood and tho only cqro for it Is a real biooitemcdy Swilt8 Specific S S Sgoes down to the very bottom of nil dIsenseofthc blood and promptly cures cases that other remedies can not reach Mr E K S OHnkrnbenrdia prom bent attorney X writes Two yiars ngotwas greAt Bufreret from llheumntism I had triedeveu remedy I could hear of except S 8B I had been to Hot Springs Ark where I remained for twelve weeks under treatment but I experienced noperma nent relief and returned home be Hevinjrthatl would bo a suffcrerBS ong as I Jived At a time when my pains ivpro almost unbearable I over to Bloom field and married The groom is the son of Mr Thoaaas any a prominent farmer of the Chaplin neighbor hood and isthe proprietor the barber shop at Chaplion TIe bride is the eldest daughter of our popular blacksmith Mr Owen WorfOfd She Is ex- tremelY b3autlful and numbers her rieufis by tti3 number of her acquaintances Mr Willie Smilhers and sister Ora of Willisburg spent Saturday with Misses Lizzie and Ber tha Grigsby Mr J PWorford has returD- ed from Louiavilie where he dis posed of his tobacco CIOp realty ing about six and a half cents a pound Mr L Kirsch ot Bloomfield went as a delegate from Nelson GrowepConvention Lexington the 5ih lust aC1Icepted an juvitatton to addrejs the Chaplin Litary Society next Saturday night chanced to read your advertisement and was impressed with it so much feleveDbottlesf of all pain and cured pprmnne1 r i When I began to take S ib f unable to sit or stand with itlasti IRheumatismgrea1 ure in reeonynendlng S ono who has the misfortune to with thjs isabling disease luI888 is the only cure for matism wQich is tho most stubborn of blood diseases It is not intended t to givo relief only but by completely ueiitraliziog the facidf the blood it forces out every truce of- thodisense and rids the system of itforever Jtis Purely Vegetablea- nd one thousand dollars reward is offered to any chemist wbocnnJ J prove that it contains a particle of mercury pttnsbor any other mineral ingredient S 8 S is the only blood remedy guaranteed to be absolutely free from mineral mixtures Books sent free by Swift Spet cifio Company Atlanta Ga NOTICE All persons holding claims or orders against Washington conn ty will present sane to A B Campbell Treasurer of Wash- Ington county for registration that the Treasurer may know what amount to pay eanh taim put of the 1893 lovyAH ciaims aot presorted by January 11808 will have to go orer for another year brforo payment By order of Fiscal Court T S MAYES Co Atty IfblloTr Jaiidlco Cisrod Suffering humanity should be Baiipue1 with every means possible for relit iltia with pleanure wotoubhsi the following This is to certify that I was a terrible pi ierer from yellow jundiee for over six months and was treated by some of the best physicians in our city and all to avail Dr Hell on druggist recommended Electric Bitters and after taking two hot ties I wn3 entirety cured lnow take great pleasure in recommend log them to any person syfiering from this terrible malady Iassreatfully yours MA lloaILexington Ky Sold by hayden u Robertson I r LITSCY I From OnrBognlar Cr4oaI elit MIsa Lza McAlisier departed t1is1ife November27 after a short illness of typhoid fever Interment at StRose Tbt fami ly have the svmpethy of all their fnndsMr Sam Moore and Miss EllA Ewiog have returned lome after weeks visit ta Mr Ii M Gregory toMiss spent Thanksgiving with her parents m Perry vilie- Misas Adelina Merritt and Martha Hays are Harrodsburg this waek the eaasts off Miss Elizabeth Eadsnaw Jim Hays is with Will Mtrritt IGt were in Louisville acaupleuf days last week Bornb Mrs Ed Grace a san Mr Baxter aid Miss Ella Lewis were married bat Sunday afternoon by Rev Sales If rumor is ttrue we will haves another wedding to report in twu w eks KdU4eYau liooroU viib CaacaroU toraver10o30e Women Should Know It Many Miflor untold neony and mfcer because tb3 nature of their disease is not correctly understood They have been led to believe that womb trouble or Iemale weakness of some sort Is respon sible for the many ills that best woman kind t N uZIil nervousness headache puffy or dark circle under tbajevcr rhe amateur a dragging pain or dull at hj In tho buuk weakness or bcarlng down sensation profuse or scanty son of urine with strongordcr friquent dc sirj to pass it with scaVHnk or burning sensation sediment in It nrttr rtandtng in bottle or common glass for twenty foarhoursnrosigna of ktdroy and bled der trouble The above symptoms ore often at jibnf ed by the patient herself or by her phyu tan to female weakness or Avomo trouble Ilentxt so many fall to obtain relief because they are treating not the lIetsoitscif but a reflection of the pri mary cause which Is kidney trouble lo tart woman as well as men are mnde miserable with kidney and bled der trouble and both need the some re niody rDr Kilmers SwutnpRoot the gorau diseoveryof tho eminent kidneyl nn Madder speclllnt ami ih easy to get anyi a rujj drugstore for fifty cents or one dollarlprovo Its wonderful merits you may hayS a sample bottle and book telling oil pbont it both sent absolutely free by mall Kidney mention Insert the full name of your paper nnd send your nd dress to Dr Kilmer tt Co ninghamton N Yll ToO SprillgtIeIdI Y ttk l tki t v and OP 4 6 l1t Yleillutyi P 1 1t k i HERE IS YOUR CHANciiJJ iOur Bargain Sales will surprise you Have made a Speciall Cut on prices of Clothing Do you vant a 815 suit for 850e on time and come to W Smith Cos store that is the cheapest place where you can get it The best Philadelphia Custommade Clothing the best goods for the Least Money we offer suits for 85 that lIre worth 89 Our Cut Prices wilL continue from now until Christmas Kigh or poor will be able toet a new suit for Christmas t wrire tbje to suit everybodyand anybody in 8tY e1 rI and prices Dont miss your clince but come on time and get your choice before the best and prettiest patterns are picked over Such bargains in Clothing has never been on this market we dont J advertise and teJlthe people jokes but we mean business Come Come alL young and old who want to get a new siiit for Xmas dont miss the place if you dp you will miss your chance com tq our store and get prices and be convinced 5 V k iY61irs for Bargains I I s tf D SMITHdtt J Oftil4 SPRINGFIELD KY SAMSRYEAIOLD eadaeverted ay nmw7 Hooer IJc be E1neTr Itirtrei napnrni aentrrtlef gtpUwstiucoogbIndC L JtmalrS xt Lea1Z3 1lz gtthsol RIsZItlIIJSWl Bineout ttoialM Elngi ti itraM We brihgtot you the new and true ftoiTthi1i ttcy forests of Norway t r t DR BELLSri PineTarHoney Natures EOst natural rexaedytnproVed by science to a PlcSlUJt Permaflc POSI1IEO t Care for coughs colds an4 all f1aMc1l sufeces of the Lungs end Bronchial Tubes V The sore weary Lungs wcwoJU rated tho crobcbearing musIscttoit i cause of that Ucklingt3ttmoved and IhclnfiA VJ v ar6 healed and soothed so that thea 1tL rto coughIs no i1fT SOLOCVALL GOOD DrUQOl T 3r Bottl OnlY 2GoiGOOSMI1O0aIZ34 BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bills BbsTa rDIDeJ t Ldh41MJ 2I tL s A02ral i ri ovERsIocKED11i I IN rI g + fCLOTHNG rVJ VjJi 1 We are vorstock d in MSBS ami Byf 1 Suits and ih ordor to reduce eurjoct qkj VV we win make especially low priieisk Note reductions 2 cl tf+ J afiJ f 2- Mens Suits reduced from S600 to Sidq tr Menus Suits reduced from 980 to fGOQ j irffMens Suits reduced from12 50 to f8JiQ Mens Suits reduced from 15 Oa tb 10 QO Boys Suits rrduced from f5 09 to 3 501 SOTS Suits reduced from SGO to5 J t 4 Boys Suits reduced from t9 00 tdgOO9 j JI This Is a rare opportiinitt buy fi ja suit for very Iktlbflmoney k1srT ILADIES WRAPS We are also makIng very low prices orr all Ladies and Missps and Childrens Jackets tdlos Plush and Cloth Cops from Gni up tlYtDRY GOODS l9mein and save money ou131annelF Out lifi- ogs Domestics etc In tact veriiiir tiIn the the dn goods Una is goinj ntunhear1of prices No trouble to sbowgood3g ri Z J SHOES ff I f I We still lead in shoes ID strle wea tt and prices We have all bellatest ityJpsJii Ladies arid GeutlomenVshpes arid we uudtsr L sell nilI com pptltors 5r t Cash Buyers ty ifi f r Must bear in mInd that WIitttt tem r each purchase pi j Hew line of Gcntlenion Kefikieus tf Cunningham Dulliif JM BURTON 0 B IIABJION BEN lATD teriX c1 J M BURTON C9- lIEN iiAYION Sa daxadxmx Undertakers and Funeral Dirctor COFFINS QASHETS BURIAL hOFI ALL ROBES KINDS cojJghworn membranes Inclination ff FULLY QUIPPED Calls answered promptly dsy or nightI r ft ieradustej iiI3 Y Zit HAOAN BLOCK SPRIbcErlzLz ijt f rA l U vW jto JK a I Theff Old Reliable Baggyjlii 1 1sstill in the Lat tattler wtoadIId In NStIWbStSh WIIHW J lneslnd cm SAVEOtjtilONEYIA CmeDowiaadss1L- w1 J 1x8MKARIOLDown Towfl Below Thompson Hotelt 1LJtf4IF4ftNJSl tS S5J5 v vn Si = J w w v vI I l = f o IL L T 1r v i1 a t 4GIIarmanlg l iI L b T1rERYMAN = f = Has QQ anct for thofiummer gai thevBBSl rg iri kiwi pastiLndsftfp liorses yij aaareliaHe drivers o i I A SPE CiIxLATJEf1iOli = given to commercial mIS LiverY cbnctiOnwith tbb Sprin11e1dUote1mf f s ll n 4 m MAIN STREBT m it IF SRXNGCLD incU TcIcphoneNo J b vi 3 t JOS B CHSSBkIl PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONd t ow1 xiousb9 to 10 A X and 1 to 8 P1L OFFJOEn pQrd BcberLu l ffg HU13BRHH0RPv c DENTIST OFFICE1LxEnArT J3U1LDIG J PflINGFIELDY J DR J H LAMPT- ONIt t OFFICE Ih Jliv nr9tid T CLJU OFICR V i DDrrlF RlNEB Rr l1nt 1 OFFICE HOURS Valo 2pm J EVERY DAYcY 11 SPitlNGFIELD KY J4 DRt J MI BURT3m RESIPENT DENTST liT on r TEETH EXTBACTED of so t vYtiHOUT PAIN 41 I on fcHrnjan Block up etilrs SRtNGFkELD ICY u AllE e itt4 Work Strictly Firstqlass iipt = fr VJF NEnii1 ifti AtToMNSYATL AAMt j OFFWEi c fctnYJI =r r WLYBROOkEI- p l th Jff erJ at L p J lIt Je jsclal attenttpn given to theycol lection of notesTandiccounta bl i jijof i6mc w tbWPcOhord 3 ii 1C SPttLlELDKYM 2 EllrOkaSaloomaS l to f I keepcnanttYOfl hand Hit t j tyeftr old MDKENNA W HISEEY I v made for raedjslpal use 1 Jlcee Cold bgBcron Tap BIG SCHpONERSs I Cli THOMPSON Prop SPRINGFIELD KY a t j JIcsINSORS m BBIlCKSfilTH SRQPc f Hors shoeing IatCarriage Repairing Vnd General Blacksmithing P All work guaranteed to give if a3tisfactIotthO Casey shopI SPRINGFIEIiT KY Transferf r i y Wagor nuN JJ s E CLEMENTS e 1 k 1Uf 1 tbeppbUclki r labds of hauling Telephone t 1o 17 otleo1o nrders Specnl1 Lt attention jhOlto dot vprjng- v f itrcqks cr moving honseV f fi fIItre S K CLEMENTS WNTfOSvejal Trutwortby PeJ qn In th te to manage onr ReM In theIrowPindnoaibtcoun It mainly ee work codnt- j ter twine laryhtOOiysrr i deli bona fids lie MOT JY Mti1y tit N Ie 11 EVC1M t8ddrtMedam d ftvlottIInbe R Hew Prwti DpU- OiiMa4 i 99fCfm efi cc U f- CI f f ABOUT TOWN II- U 33333333 3a333M3 33 3 3 J CL1AflANCE salcQf shoes n8w gong on at 1fcChoraRpbei4- asonrs Some of m1 1if1f pt1f1e TEE Cincinrijttl WSek1y im inercial Gazette andvjthe Hewsfe- Leapler for only 125 p rar Hi jjALL persons owing taxes to e as sb rifor the yeti 1S J ust sctrtW3zSft ouor be ore tb ftffi MncThy In Det eita or thofrprbporty wBl- o advcrji5el 1 ji le cLJ E3zcW t tI aTotsbltej dol tigonsi pits ltbbyh orss iea sets blocks garnsoi uus drums etc at the lowest prices Also fireworks i irt1ieaj er ttau nv Orar cv vuts oo dftndijffs 1 ioesj is Qoine one qr J JoEA akll ri 1iSchoo c 5g Frirtdnyfi nn jias had a very saocessrul skon 6111 yri1er- v ti1a ir tlotl 9fi f M ASpn1dngas ptiuclpal 1 and Miss Etis Sfaims as assist WE wtL fnjnish aiy olrt e leading tee ies cnd psriod f sinconn onAriji i tiia levrs LeG4erai greatly 4e 3d xates ffr Call on us or coiisu or cubngl- st r on aiqthter p eiu4 sane iuitlL QLriasmimj ii oftemggast PTHE county magilpaes metiasiTuesdriy for the paipbse ctc qO ifpropitylit Thaslievitf esch counyis powreQd toTmtke IMS report to the 4ndvcr bVJimfrT 1 an3 the ddHnqueoS nsouwciziUy torbe mi p S1eriti owe11thdhi dep- s f J1U In 1ogzg lad afubbg thd txt yf durltigM past Lour weefe and t isj saVe say that the she las set ernent pa YAisbingto cocnby wjllbe 1 on linid sid ishipshpfitJAEEoPI H ans bo1vi- 3rs4f age ied brore i q trlatuldn oi eoliargc attetnpUh to- Joi34r rl wd f tDr Unsbywoml trIl tho J- fu somo mk wSFUjIl he Jj il taL M T3Lhoud d V4Jb1 bid he dd noFthIr ito r hurt him nuchVTie boy clt afJS that Jie had been whip iSl ij r Tjai but said that hti was just paling with Win aoIhrpoison flLao coitb held hiJi ver on his own bond to answer iy iadictnent s 1e next prrauC jury may bnthd Mr Tnas t ttfeolr the boyhomei with him i cgal11 Tfeo Bt9r Ems By a lucky jOi Line the lesr evea1 Is7cs was nanowly a jte ed oalivst Monday at noon wban te XuV explosion that fiho1r the count r for several miles round occurVed four aid a halt fes from town 04 the roadj leading to County Clok W F j Bookers home The report WuS c Asioned by the bursting allI vVe boUet at the C113t mni ope ted by Mi John E Smith and by the gLosion the milf and its conter wee scattered over the face of ibo cotiji y for a consul erable disince aound Fr tunately at the time the burst lug of too boiler took pce the men who bad been at work in the rail were at dinners and no one wlUiueartbe pace HadI the aclenlosc t ed at any other tanethare would cerVay have been some one kiled A7gen tleroaa who viewed the wreck g gns ihat about 10 oLllyNlj ingi lleft to nifiv4 the spot ave the two jnul stouts basangot3 Mr John H Nforgan nd Miss Kttiherine ijss will Hei mariied at the Baptist church this plabetf ori Vedneidav November 14 at 11 p lh Mr Morgan Isi a nier chant and a member of the firm of Morgan Bros whosfl placo of business vi at KirUlaud tviisi cou r 1 iis a brother of Ws H Wo syt e iepresentative in tiie Legtijj V from Washhlg txn coua 1rrod180ile olthe cysmopfr sb1rnthuI citii ZWbfld a c1el Ki19nonln jevejr respect Mss Ross is aMlg1r ovriJ Bhniuet So3s jone o enr Plttys best lniown iaras antils a young lady of real worth fifttdwhdsejsweel dis b positi nand sterling character have Won for her many friends mong her acquaintances in and about Sprin fieldY 4ite the wedding Mr and Mrs Morgan vitta1re a short bida1trp and Will be at boon to their friends theL residence at Krkland rTsppGpJvin i The Toarriage of Miss Ada CoHin and lyitt Dudley Tapp place yesterday afternoon i at 8 6cock at the Chrktian hurch at WiHisburg Eev Stal lings fficbti1t3 Mr Oscar Our ry fend MiSs Alice Joe acted as an ntzfaiMe3 rs Tom Hn4de ty Will n nand Dil trd Tapp were nshevs Tho- hurch was filled with friends of fc y they un people who cajoe to w tiess tKe ceremony taM- er lo cozrjll t ii tJons The brides i tbeca8ht of Mr A Colvin and hts a Mst jftends in Spi gfield and throughout tile ounyoShe possesses many perscual cha ussandsTCompBsh rnents Mr Tap is a young = nwhQi by his jndustiy and ne mO31 ebarrd3 ia rabidly l dlIt EIW a Ion 7ar 5r and M s Trpp Will make lasir future home wUli Mr Tap pirentT es cr Grundy ayenue The NeoLeader joins thoii1 miiny friends ii offering cong rtul cons j Toilato GruVcrs McCha The tObacco grower of Wash ington county ave requested tom et at the Courthouse ia Spring- sfield ou Saturday DedemberlO ct2p m to hear the report e d lgat3 to the Le offL v ntol and to perfect OUii3 o1ginizatio1L- lw PftifrRE Ohm l J I Secy SPECIAL NOTICE bnicn oPCIALFmE IriroBAios t QfJtiY p LLxGrozl LG RY t TDxember 6 1893 A committee from our Boad of Directors willI bo in Spring is eld on Saturday December 17 1898 andjiiopqii to meet nil policy holds in said company iif also the agents or reiiesenta ivesd1nycompany that have baefrVrtaclnng the solvency of thoiGentral FireMnsurance Corn Sb sf 1z D SPURR J E Dpri m SIcy Pros e w Fur IncumonJ m n J O Kbhop of Met Mlcli ys I havo n cd Eoloya Honoy undf hrln three very severe caVs of pnou nonn Urn pnnt month with tc d results1- Iaydoh Vobortnon t For Hoarnevec IP pj Ingorson qt Uiton Ind say hi had not ppokcn nliovo n whisper for moth vnil ono bottle of F jloys Hono nnd Tar restored liu voice It is used vprr largely by npcaken nnd BiDgors l Llavdon it Kobcrtscn Tobacco Growers b Gonvonlion The tobacco growers of Wash- Ington county met in a mass pouveaUon at the Courthouse ici SprlCJ field Ky on Saurda December 3 1898 After a few xsfy appropriate remarks the ODvention was called to order t Iy Chairman W Jf Neikirkwbo was made peimacent Gbairinan and T J Miller Secretaiv The following resolutions were offered by T J Miller nod with and some amandroeqls were ac cepted and unamously passed by the convention Resolved First whereas sev oral of the Manufactures of to bacco in varousparts of the country have joined a combinati on or trust in the manuactut log of plug tobacco which wa deem v iy dettoicntal o the prcvver aid which 53 in loaded to moro pz tha ado LItl decrease c p3itun bccotd i at we approye that caii oI the Tobav o Growera to meet ittconyeutiop at Ledbgto- uJf Dee 5 ih 08 to take suCh asp as thevmOyd em necef alto rieiUtieJr interest from thencgriznuts of orgzhd CaiL Iht vsira6is o frtbe ctlwoTant crois ipur coany we fct adssp iuterestin tibe maHc mid ftal that we should be tcprsoied in the Etald convculo i Srd Jlesoived that T J Nally T w McLaughlin ad M L Boacy btno4 ether JaJpointed delegates to attend said converitioa and represent our JIi4i terost in Fame t JZ Fourth Hesolvod Taut the said CODY ntiou ol Wash Oor pay I taekpere Attention I r We have just received another large shipment of the Lisk AntiBusling Tinware We guarantee every piece not to rust arid will replace every piece that does rust with new one 1UEE OF CHARGE Come in aqd look at it It cant be boat We are closing out our stock of Granite Ironware at greatly reduced prices Come in anti get bargains W llalsoIJnle spec ial prices on Japanned Chamber Sets We havo some beauties Our stock of Hardware Tinware Stoves etc is complete Coal Vases Loaded Shells t 3 y Coal HJds Sausage Mills 7 ls- ir Shovels Tongs Sausage Stutters ttii t xPokei s Etc Butcher Knives J kSli Table Knives Etc J t ryandScissors Come and swhatw- ehaTve and get our prices We liandle none but the best made MELROY 5 SHULTZ pay Ihdr expenses and the fol I lowing men were appointed tq 011c Iuds via S B Noel J L p htxton J R Clybrcok IiN eed and John Deunis aud WL Graham It WuS passed that the 1e1e4at- smake a report to the coflyrctl nta bs idifi1er the cOneD tion at LAsion is over W F iK1fl Oiim T J MiLLiJu Secy is Messrs T J Nally I1nel TW Mcfuuth1in i bo attended the in Tobuccb Growers Convention at t Lexington Monday aoc repre pted the interests of Washing cbuuty growers returned uesdavand report a very sue essful meeting The convention effected a permanent organiza t ton to be known as the TobtccoC Growers Iieu ue Resolutions were passed ipwoictlng a com t0 to wait upon the attorney general of the state and the do ed States District Attorney and uigoupoo them to bring some action to dissolve the manII fftotuers lobqcco trust The bOJd of directors of the League empowered te j employ a State lecturer to visit every ttnty in which tobicco is grown and arstst t necessary in oj ingr alocal lepptltJ in eterv tglprernnct who o members o dele iomnDse 1 county ea rre win assemble ut Leiai chairi itier place oamed by the Tne tenlinost r IearesI defeat the object of the manu adorers trust Tobacco men were also urged to hold their tobacco for a boiler market FERSON7LI IF P Calu ve a on iho sick list lJwOO Tp b Is on the sick vii Geo 008 Wharton vrai la Harroda I orjf T aiiCty W T Leccbtuan us In Leban v opSur l I Leo Hayduc waa In Bardatown Sandcy W R Soald 0 of Labanon was over hero Tues Mr John W Lewl wont to Le banon yen J lay If i lion o 0 Met ortlwaalnLonIi yule the fint of te week John r R abonrt of Lebanon waa hero the 0it of this vosT B Dn boa of DsjriUe wa I here this fir ot tho week Mra Conrad He y In went to Louisville 1 aauay bra abort vlelt W O Eeed and Joe s Clay i brooke rea fn Biocm3t 1 Sandayj Miss H uf Brown afiar A vJilt to frIends in Lonevfllo1bornO agafn l Mr B F Deal nd fJiIy havoj moved Into Via Melibjtl Jj Pnraonajo Mi F M Oampje our clever OIrct ckrlr h coicd to bU home qaltol eJckwKh tromach trouble M 1ISt no C Trho baa been vJsitlfljfltt EP1r3CTh for the Jut two weeia retDL hoaio Tuesday Mrs J3 QraVJB and her broth er WUHo vt Trrlslown ire vlaItlnj theIr Tribtber tra JW Farnswort- brMitsMs 4 entertained tbe Coo ngUratbborne on lastFri Ja crtwd of de1lMrs J A Eonlrrare entertained st ProsxeB tve Jiagoniftcby on Jast Frl day evenius Ever enjoyable ever IiiS wsa spent and nothing waa left undone by the hoclcca to add to aaIplfiaattre ol hoi guests A dainty IIthetoiD quickly to the f crtpnato guutta t 1Ettr Her etbtJE1dJam n h Is gone to Louisvilie to inake ar Vanffements to enter the Bryant tand Btratton Uollegs t 1f1 npnhcanta for same areac engaged in working for lyelyII terctc There are four wnls for tthe places namely Mes John B Weller Judge Bar uef Goldrlcir 0 T 8t9tv and Mrs Late Moclr say JarII whom woud make a rood The office pays abooi 1400 arid a soft snap so to speak lcm arch 1893 the receipts taken by Mr Tilt tt weierthe largestin hlsory of tbe of fice and which raised it 1 400 list PCstias sr Talbr s term expires on tae 10 of Jan aEy and all will regret hs ie liement as h01MS maie one of be most acconoJating and em J1 postmasters Baidslpwn has eve l bad It is likc j the U8Wj appoinlnentwill be mad in be course of the next two or thr j weeks BeMrd KoToBao for nfty C ata Oursnted tobacco habit cure Bakes weak ea strong pore Moll AUdnmlsta I- p FOP Saile Cheap LI Mens Boys and Chilrens ISuits and Ovcrccats 1 Blankets and Comforts IWarm Underwear Boots 1 and Shoes I Lciand Misses Cloaks t IMust reduce our stock Call it at our store if you wan to IS i Isave money XXXIIMcCHORD 8r 1 ROBERTSON 2 Ia ftft a i tftftftftfttftftitftftaS Farm for Sale I have for sale a farm con of 200 acres of good land situated about five miles northwest of Springfield on the waters of Little Beach It basil 01 it a good dwelling barn and improvements More than half is in pasture and the balance under cultivation It contain some fine tobacco land It tin situated three miles from Valley Hill postofflce andY railroad eta tion and on a good turnpike 0 M KELTY- Springfield Ky- MRekIe i Armltm MtUre The best salve in the worla lor cuts bruises sores ulcers salt chappedhands skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no pay Teqblred It isguarantee to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25o per hot For sale by Haydon Rotiertson flfili let 1bltkfT llaWil cured at home with lltJcalaJlltu BPLWOULLRYKDI WAealTrutworthY Per Sons Iw thlat stato to mannga onr business In tholr own WHi toearby cuun ttea It milnlv office work conducted at Salarvatr IIgkt OO a year Jind expensedtIntte bona liMe tio more uo llesa salary Monthly 175 Refer rcca Enclose folfaddresaed struipedi nvolope Uorltert E Hen Pratt D6 artrnent s MIl hllJ1iO I Is F P CALD WEL- LATTORNEYATLAW t t AND Court Stenographer DtpoMtlotu Court Reporting all kinds of Sbortand and Typo writer work Office with W CKCcbord- SPnINGFlELDXYh MRS A Ii MARKS li v Fashioniible 1 Dressmaker l jg Dresses made in the latest t ft and best ctyle alidsaUfaol M tloji gRvcntdd4 7t Srny work and M get I can be found K1at the roorna over oatofco t4SPBUOFIEIDKY THE MARKETS Tho following tablfi repreaonta the prices aid for farm products in Bpriogfleld by the dealers therein It is corrected up to H odoolt Wednesday but Is subject to variations thereafter on private advices tram Louisville dealers Wheat per ba to 85 Corn per bu20 to 25 Data per bu 85 Rye per bn 8OIto Clorcr p rba 3 35 Timothy per buto 60 Orchard Grass per bo J5 to 90 Hay Timothy pr cwt 40 Hay JloTcr per cwt 85 to 40 LOUISVILLE MARKET8- CAtrLB Report furnkhed by tho LonlsTQle Live Stock Jourval Sii West Main Streettl Lou Urllle Kr Extra shipping4 80470 Light shipping 4 J3a4 Best butcher steers 55a455 Fair to good butcher steers 3 50 Common to mod butcher steers 3 00 Thin rough teerspoqrcowsnnd scalawags Zat Oxen good to extra 380a400- Oxin common to medium S5ta350 Feeders i 4 00a4 65 4e475 Bulbi 3 MaS Veal Cute MILCH COWS J5afi dole milch cows 185 Fair to good I5Ctv2500 MOOS choIce packIng and butchers t 2251btoOWJb 860 FaIr to good packing 180 lb to1btii1i 8 40 Good toixtra light 04501b 8 45aS 85 Fatshoats 130lOdlb 8 os Pat shite 100170 lb I 003 20 PIp M to Wit 175825 Roughs 150400 lbu 1 TZaSlO vorqv4Takicaicerets If 0 00 teU to cure drugglsta rstuad aoaor ofteHenry Watterson A complete anthen lie history lllvHtrated with over 70 full page half tones and tunny richly cotarf pictures Larte roya ootavo volume superb outfit postpaid for only 60 cents btamps taken Moit liberal trma given The RrertMt opportunity Of the year Addreasi The Werner Corapasy Akron Ohio CASTORIATr lafaaU am4 CUMrta KIM YH IanAlwIfS1 11Bears the of I 5Nyi Ballard Snow Liniment Tbero Is no pain 1t will not relieve no swelling It will not anhduo no wound It will not heal JtWlll cure frost bites chilblain and corns Haydon A Robcrtsoa Stop that bartcln byithf pi Bal tlaida Horehoaud Syrpp Itarre k the coujili allay Irritation of ta tbrnM and reUovea congeatluaof the lutgii In a day It ht ute and pleasant to juke Roll never dUMppoIntr 25c and pOcit irndoo KobcrUonv iQnt lit I = 4Z4T T1AT I 0 v ft caRtQAe t air FURNltURE- gIs what we have just received at our jg store and theres more to come iWe are now showing a nice ssort t2 jftgf and Dining Tables We also sell Car 4g jpets and have a lull line of samplesS +g to select fromx Drop in and see them JSvr 4We 5 ofievery detail Calls attended to day or ni- ghtTSWMAYESCOfti 1 MAIN STREET X SPRINGFIELD XY i J n A BUSINESS I EDUCATION ofIW woat4 iDeeIQl1f Th bdlll d atWolate1YDeoeu 1M =rithing at Ueldaeol tut etaJtc1ala ysry mat rsakthe BRYANT ft STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE f LOUISVILLE KY ijookkeepJ SKortkand Tel gpJy 9on1 IpjjJ rlWritegraduates occupying prominent po tiont aUQVeti the United Statesit Will be Biailed FREE 4L ii HHeadquaders1jfq p FOR THE FARMERS j i jJ J s W handle all kinds of fartflinf 1 fii 1 f tlInel 1 ti Buggies Pha tons Surreys Eto j C SUPERIOR DISC DRILLS The jtfg vheat drill on the market One it i9tt iP i0 horse sizesv f t2t Webijtnd sell Hay andGraixiamc1d1 kinds of seed + r t r r THOMPSON vMEpr i 4 SPRINGFIELDKYar j I Special Bargain v 5 t Vil t for New apef Rcader j 1 j I Lrfl ilfe SemiWeekly Republic jl5 l r t ilfl AND t n ft o The NewsLeader f 1Y J l J r a Both One Year for f mO f F 1fi4f f f rq it A Word About It Superiority fe1 rsecarclass published and has a larger clrralatlna soW than any ottwc pews We1y HI u Weekly It has commattd not oaly o f alt the cree t sources of n is from tee DaUy sd Sunday REPUBLIC but also receives the special eei vice ef ta New Teek HevaU a lNow York Journal Thq telegraphic and cabin serrlce the RJC a Athe y f m menUoaed hare never been equaled teI the airtory of joaraalbei iaMtk aeyettW country Is the leading lBOcrattcpaKrI Ute X1IISSIp4 Vshf By a special arraapaneat deffWa Hatted tUae oa7 ey IriiaeV wIN s atNfl j an Opportunity to take advantage ot thk liberal prope J Remember the offer the Twice aTTeek ftevwhUe Pf wewt aM tte ifewsf Leader both one year for lytl58 Coon Hollow Whiskey SENDUSdV1IANB WfW- IUSEND VU + Ii IiIIYOU rIrIr IiCOONSIMON NJONESntij CO IISICN AND MAtiftVTMttS ft II jicnz4ua UTtipyrutoIel 1In l lf ct co 4Bnrsti crtsyi2pI J f EtYJIOTZl nSf l t ACTIVE tfOtltilTOBtf WAJCfko ewjwlr f r TMMsryef tbe Philip t V Mara fttaeOoiudMlorcU- VtWfevnti4eMaa 4alBt ttriaB u Wr Dspsrwes t The book we II rit bee Iii eas M JId V rrbec IIIu P1s as OsftI WsWt tn U e aoapieata at jm e la HK Kong I ia AMwtea ireBtit at Mi in ih JuwratNta fIt win oJfUI1do dwk et the Utj pbs with 11ttvor of l aW t of MSil MenaiSa ter aerN nn Viet ares IS bHrlU r ant f 4 Fri d rflSIlIe tUt IiI s t r Ia J NEVC LKADJCUH ywEwJ r Ijj F- V w I for Infants and Children 1 TM Bndd You Ha 6 ilwpS Bought BEARS ThE 5IONATURE QP t t InI UM For Over 30 Years Kl oaMnkitr vr IIU StET 0ht t 1 V flmG OFF DEBi I poua i et kid sea to tlw enl etf WI ieUiar aad ke knew iL niM4e M taM out tile maUer aa4 1elk1afrlt irho met alaa it ttkat ef l c co 14 a t hare told froai i YM M1wn 1lt wre- ii rmM fce4 tk tic1 chances to thIk1jeri1foke realis 4 i HM Jiff WM vp ecyecvre aljht eoaae a Tree e p JtJckt tdezyet tor HMMtk Htk wsta fara to come 1lIlt Me he kM ese tkouaad potinds i 1 A i eah asl tiat amont he ulet t W1Pj n OU Mo cktoxn Grants cpploron I dCNNiSl Jwre merer whea ltBi sttb J wd tkat kia ItanL warn J ai 4iisItr 1 r4tii MacktesowoI Grant zoiey c iiittete U ke kad pa1tl it ann that t k was net ssegh bs coyr a tisleLc1 iraa uselas sojsight to hU rtomi r1okipg we tt tkk A Thames eapboirdombankment1 1 M Urap la ckoeftinf I tare a WtUe el wine he intended tia4 f frtak He touted out smoU draughti ftUK WTerage aad taking a papeiV c etJIkJMtJo ned it CreL1I7 U jjbriakled tie wkIte contents om tiulMtece of the wine He wache4I JIt IJItalG11rJT isttIed and 1a117 tiMiw wfid in the liquid then he vet tkMr tsfru of wno antI4ra k It ofc Tier Wu no hrrI I f aeat d iakimr the poisoned cup hiIks4 all tke Mltfa before him so t I tout if comfortable nrm hiLtrupi fo tkV Are aiUL at down wondering wfc wottld Jlnd kJIdeaet body la the mscsUj At last taking up the Ja ed glass he paused for a moment with k ia kls hand thinking ho heard j a 149 on the stair The ntext mobw his surprise was a certainty as MNM oia rapped at his door Hastily MUUg d wa the glass he ohouted fcC me in forgetting the door was JMktd then ke mie hurriedly now bolt back and opened thed PO Hulto Ckarley Grant said rttfr JM saw who it was The oa of h1 U sployer entered witi a radiant look Ua face Well Stillmaii l kaye come to HeW my debt to ypu I have made my soind that you shall not Buffer w toy having borrowed money from jr ttw GrantI4DLI know you dont used IIV f aaia Uonekton but it otrucfc me t that If anything happened td me my theLthaiaWICk It doeent really matter you knows aald Sllllmaa Grant In the sam tin eoacerned toioo I shall always be kappy to lend yon money when you Uti it and I have 1C kaalts old fellow I know that said young Uonckto You are aa b geaerous as tho old maa is stIngy Nevertheless I got a windfall theI Lthrday and the minute I rooeiTed pthe BWBey I thought ot you 1Ah said Grant with h1a yea t k1Zhtents somewhat How much JCaMweredJ rT Oh said Grant im A ilisappointed j tM e You dent congratulaU me criod 7 uny Moncktoa FITo hundred acottedQtu4c No replied Grant still uOO isntr a iertuat you know LIt Isat but it might be tamed into ai tidy aua of money Nov let ma- J4f I ll yen what I kara doss Grant I kacw I wlIl1iTer bi able to pay yott that sum ef money III became a partner la ta business it might be 1 dl retLt so I took part cf the 500 k Ilmak1J1Jtrb1eiCtt0fi0AeotmyapreeawhIci la more than likely then you will get c lilGrippe I cured f7 becomeireadednot tality than for the weakness oiI J liody and mind it leaves behind ftrrolonged debility permanent pros olyandsuicidofoll 4 tbereisl1o remedy superior to I Ayers Cherry Pectoral o The bu remeJy for Is grippe thnt I 1 IMWOI u Ayer s Cherry PectoraL a CIiASLSouth Hamptoa Na Vy wife and fire cMldrca vere takes dwithIsIpewhilotbedIseaeiasaITCherry Pectoral and bofore using quite two Ibottle yfEi1yWureItorO4tohohh I kiow of several obaUBAt cnzes of the WIlO 4 eeffltlaint which were aba cured by tkis ft t D4Y J PAPJ1fflTE1t t PiuIettaIiIagt c r c I ms ewedef k frippe lr the fee of lryrctornLCA B THOtil 1 iaaI Wetr1sgtoiO f t Ater t CrPccNr1r I I r t v I MCX an ytU7 mojwy prrtn mierot at seTerail thousand porcsntK As the young man said this he drew from an tuner pocket wht Grant saw was evldeatljr an iaiuxaoe policy There you are or boyj with the irat years raolua paid Mid poloiemtkotablecause ana sUady sober tellow oftk tallatO youll pay tt to ma aai ckarce Jti uji tpaaotj already owe yoi You e say friend you azbUll afJ 7 t ncerWell Laid Miiekt v 7 muet bo off Woat ya emaOt aM tsJto s riikr ffit Wii 3iotT aM Grant rnt U7toUTlbu1K you Trish a drink ksys uct fib mAN 1 dont mlad if I do saW yottric iGrantwIn la wafoa ha had agrlahiod tiad aorphlao tkem ke poured oat wiae lor himsftlf la asother glass Heres to jrda he said driokiag Toast ltotektoadranksci thorwiM all eimaskfld hia lips after IIthl11k Ill Juno a haasoix Iffeelratk drowsy1III Oh youll bs all risit when you iJot tIas if ho were intoiicaUd tho otlior wattked hlaa go down tko street and hail a cab oitrag7OUDCt I IIons name tutd Uwav the tasaraaoj eoBpany elafmsd it Had bun fefraad e4 by the tact vet hia hattlth ial ady concealed from It Taca vraa the h6aaat man defrauded oat of hia ia saraace nteaey and ho was nabbed the pdlioe for tls dofakatioas be fore be could purchase moro petooa HORSE KNEW THE STRIPES TrIdIf1II1u T Aa 0tJr Calt7ma A horse recosnlaea the master in the man quicker if anything than the ain feels htiaalf master pf the horso You will see it doxoaa of timoa U you will take the trouble ta look Tho other day Qu xterma3ter tried to mount hla brandPnoTf torse and had some dlfflcuKy la dblns so bocausa of the real1osaend aerroua tenipora ment of the aalBal Than along cano Lieutenant Howard of the 3d Uaited Statoa Cavalry The Ueutonantllookec- nteroetid when to taw the horse for what oaTalryoaa more than fine equine Coo lifted a poaieroua er limb and stuck his toea out toward the stirrup The horse stepped aside The J lieutenant tried again but the horco continued a terr pretty military aldo step Tintll l1e1ad completed the full arc of a circle The jOTlal quarter jaas ier was a long Urns ia getting into the saddle and altar ho flnally landed the h rewaaoffatac11pIT4u1II HowardI Tou1fto the horse and before touching him stood a few mjnuj ea quietly at hbalde Th horse looked interested and peeked around la something like surprise Then the lieutenant lifted his foot andI directed it toward tap stirrup The hC18emOTCdquJck1rosldeut the lieutenant was quicker Hiafoot roach ed the stirrup and lSblCJ there With a aerrous Jump the animal resumed his side stepping Lieutenant Howard f however stuck Ilka a barnacle with one had on trie pommel and tho other on the bridle In this manner the horse completed the circle apTeral times the l alongthot Finding he could not shake the officer off the horse finally stood stilL Then Lieutenant Howard lightly mounted dismounted and tkea mounted again continuing the operation a dozen Umaa without stopping The horse stood aci GpfIt1i thoroughly that the man with the yel low stripes oa lila irouscra know more about equine temperaments than the man with the white stripes Lieuten ant Howard made his will felt by Intui- tIon rather than by forte PzoperrlaIIsa3 Thftre is Astory in Southern waters fuLnAtownr1nnor gives sustenaaco to thehuagry wander r 1Theweird things Is responsible for the yarn and the worst of it lo that there an elemeat of truth in It A despatch boatrunuing to tHe Uole with war newi after the maflnes ianeU ed at Guantanamo was ehort of sup pUss The steward bought a bunch of green bananas and hung them up to rIpen as was the custom afloat A wenk paased and they were still green Heavy seas washed over tho craft and the bananas falling on dekerewashed about in the brine flea the steward hung them up again to ripen Another week saw the despatch boat at the Mole again The bananas had not changed Some one in anger hurled them overboard An hour later a boatman picked them up and tried to sell them to the steward He wSdtlyeJi away but another de spatch boat had arrived and when It hUed the same bukek hung in the aua oa1tade k A third boat bought the same bunch fortnight later and then there ran through the newspaper fleet a stor r i tti was a i roptrty bunch of OjoultSaa iuncertaai age which had fbccri sold to lanotfint visitors to the 41 J Mojo from time immemorial And liaaybVitfl true Hotel ana Kioker- sIdjounda kicker anyhow said a quiet senllemai at lh6 counter ta- ioeJatteta good specimen of the tribe had given an exhibitionl and re tjtlred Why the dickenS doena feflowd want to make hinself so dIJJ When anything about a house die JploaBOd me seriously I simply pay my I bill and go somewhere else A com blalnt is both foolish ant useless It ia a nuisance to the guests an annoyance to the managomentj and the employ doIIlntIelDUhdiaauntrod Innttiokickers puttosothlJ give Fbutover the cOuntry and thMr reputLUonl tor never kIcking lends great weight to whatever they say No hotel services perfect Such a big machine ia car tain to be sUpping cogs continually and we like to be told about it Of ccourse there are sdme donkeys who make a habit of complaining without special causeon the theory that it es cures them better treatment than theIother guestcf obtain Such fellows are a nuisance but they are Inflnite1yrel ferable to the guests who Leave with ut notifying m what is wr ngi ii Carries UI OwmtD iU The onlyman kno nwho is obliged to take hie own bed with him wherever travels is the Grand Duke Paul of tJa1l1pculalifJrable night rest unless he can sleep In his 11 bedwhl hwaalDlade spe tially far hIm The jbed itself tis can ttructcd so that it can be packed into i small trunk ft t i DOaSiHAVE t I QUEEFR DISLIKES crr Heeasinown to exhibit etraage aatlpa ti ileii toward certain persons and i tiiggs dogs perhaps more so tham any ocher of our fouxfootedfriondaej otoxtmater of oefcaen That it was mot safe for any uniformed letter carrier to ap KPact the Mitre where Oriel B11 hold mndisputed swayjft iccordlnglj ar rangements had to be made for eli mls slvec to be hold at antadjolnlng house by the postmen Torder to save their feelingvrphyslcal aa well as mental and thtfdog froamYeiitrng Ms curious aversion npon them The same precautions had to be taken the case of another but leas famous canine rjntll a postmark was foolish enqugh 6 throw a stone at this animal without the least provocation it was on good terms With all the letter car riers who called at the house After that however a furious hatred of Her Majealys postal servants took ponies aloa of this previously amiable cur and Wh a it had severely bitten one of the peftnen they all refused with one ac eti toVdellver lletters at the house At a hotel in a West of England town there is a dog which e7hlblt3 on in tense dislike for soldiers Whit are the f why and wherefore of this tooling to ward the redcoats it is impossible to say but the night of one has the same effect on this eccentric canine as a red cat has on a bull Tho consequence sennlY1under of losing a portion of their anatomy InJj the process What makes his antipathy toward thein all tile more remarkable te the fact that the animal shows Ado aided partiality for policemen A terrier belonging to a friend of theI writer will run a mile at the sight siphon When it was considerably younger than it ia now its owner de iuged the dog with a Siphon of soda water and ever since it has exhibited aI mortal dread of a siphon full or empty unexpactdbnt1aextraordinary aversion lB Was Hoaesiek3m j interviewing the Sing Sing convicts on the subject of among prisoners one homesIckneSsI found men who wOre of the woes ot nostalgia eamo time there were some who drove all the poetry out of the situation- I approached one of the latter and had great difficulty In making him understand what I was driving at al though I couched my language to suit the exigepcies of the case Ho was a typical tough with beetUnl a head shaped like a nutmegbrowBandI naked him If he was ever homesick he simply replied Naw What were you sent up tort 1 asked by way of encouragementWhat you sent up tort I asked by way of encouragement Bigamy was the sententious re ply And the other Urns t Bigamy agln jjHowas that war1YUunbeknownst Da foist had me arrest ed an I served me foist term When- I cornea out do oddercns has me Jug Jed an here I amt Am I homesick Well I guess aitr That was one ct the exceptionall anD Barzlar and OraneOataxsr Some two years ago a retired oc r of the merchant service living in the RueDAlesla Paris M iuchcsne Brought home an orangoutang froai Borneo Since growing toIta full size lhbQrarItsehained up contenting himself with shutting theaninlal In his bedroom fore going out Nicholas Bargeve alias tho Devourer had determined to make a professtoaal calllatM Duck esnes apartment wKh latent to burgle Now this illustrious character was ua aware ttat such a pet as ihe 6rang outang was tolerated in these particu tar rooms Consequently when the pounceduponb1two broughthelpwas drawn out of the room by hb feettt1 In a very ignomlnloid faahlon He was takea to the Infirmary suet It is re pored that he has gone mad and now Imagines himself to have heart changed into an JLPtIunuefitina your liEU i niT cr told a lie Tommy TommyWhen did you besla nun tie alqnapangersnos- siblep death for eome wives For others ItI UQdIeoomfori la no loeson why child birth should Wiod SeTera1woman becomes a mother she should prepare herself lor ordeaLThem toWhlChwintendedI urpoM 1105f ofthIarepratldn Mothers F FmndI 11188 Hnimeni aplfern UT It relaxes tha5m1iaV olea rd re hove the- diateDDfon givalelniticttyto childbirth orKancoaennd and Ukikei away all danger and nearly all cuffer InfD6atreau1tJ remedy la used during the whole period of preg nancy n ii ths only remedy of the kind ia the world cdom8db1p1 V per bottle at nU drug Btqrofl or tent by snail ba receipt of price Tnxn Boone com taming Invaluable m formatlom for all women axiyddraTbi I1IIIatalAiuusa If A Talking Machine Marvel The Talkiff machine which re ports from Purls state is to bo hnard by ten thousand people at once ttboParIn Exposition baa been completed A privoto ex hibition of tbU remarkable talk inKl machine was given Thanks giving vraek in the office of the American Graphophona Com pany in Now York to represen tatives of Now York press The was in every way sue c istul Tho mackiao will become familiar to AmerIcans long hofbro the Paris Exposition opens Tho Persian story ia wrong lin Intimatingi that the machine in of huge sine It is scarcely larg er than the ordinary grapho phone It has a giants voice but not a giants body The new machine is known as the graphoph one Grand A song can be re produced by it with such volume as to bo heard ubove the voices of a large cOngreguation singing A speech can be produced so as to bi heard as far as and farther than the human voice can carry sound The new machine repro- ducES not only with great vol tIme but with greater naturalness and purity of tone than any talking m chine yet devised This has resulted from experi ments made by Mr H Macdon old manager of the factory of- the American GrapHopbone Com pany along the lines laid dOwn by Bed and Talnter At the end of the exhibition Mr A J Ost banner of Philadelphia ordered one of the new machines to be constructed for the Emperor ofI Japtu The Successful Remedy for NASAL CATARRH tmustbo conirritating easy of application and one that will by its own action reach tho inflamed and diseased surfaces ETjVS CRIJAAi BALM combines the im ltc anpeIj the patient This agreeable remedy has mastered catarrh as nothing else has and both physicians and patients freely cpnccde this fart All druggists cheerfully acknowl tdgn UiAtin it the acme of Pharmaceutics skill has been reached The most distressing symptoms quickly yield to It In acute cases the Halm imparts olnJost Instant relief AbsorptionCatarrhal that ElyoCream Balm is the only catarrh rem edy which Is quickly end thoroughly ab sorbed by the dIseased membrane It does not dry up The secretlont but changes themto VUmpld and odorless condition and finally to a natural and healthy char acter1 x Tne Balm can be found at any dresr store or by sending cents to Ely Brothers 5Warren St New York It will be mailed Full directions with each package Groan Dalm opens and cleanses the Basal passages allays Inflammation thereby stopping pain in the head heals and pro tects the membrane and setores the senses appUeddfrectlylnto I Ie Advice to- Censumptives There are three great remedies that every person with weak lungs or with consumption itself should understand These remedies will cure dbout every case iillts first stages and many of those t onlythehopeless Even these are lwonderfully relieved and life itself greatly prolonged are air these proper remedies food and I IIWhat nHBton OitiDith Hypo I Be afraid ofI I airIplenty of milk Po Hot forget that Scotts Emulsion the I thoroughlytested dorsed of all remedies for weak throats weak lungs and consumption in all its stages 1ocsn42to1tdrughts 2 SCOTt aoWNE cbemws 5awTor1 + + iubbillg Listt T ebest Magazines and Newspapers publishedin the country offered at re duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber AJa special induoeniimt to riotr cosubscriberswe have at no little trouble and ex peuse made arrangements wjjb a large B umbcrot mainlines and newspapersLO offer them at greatly jreducod rates In some caoea ire offer you the Nawa LCADBB and the qther publication together for one year at tlio price ofjba one Now the time to ben and here is liat of some ot the offersli WIT- KlhnLUIJ12 Louisville Post daily 1276 Courier JournallwCe track 150 Louisville OommeVoiall daily 5Otc Louisville CommercUlireeklyi l 125 jjouisrlle Dispatch I 65 Home and Parm 140 Farmers Home Journal 176 Cm Comm rcialTribaefi 140 Cincinnati inquirer 3 50 Country Oentlenjan 800 Interslat Poultrjmazr 130 Ohio Farmer 160 I ndependentI 850- BUrer Knight 150 St Louis GlobeDezaocrat 175 Century Magaxine 450- St Nicholas 850 Southern Florist aid 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