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third Ttusday g t Council No 53 meets t iCxioTTR or every second aud fourth Monday in each month t Tire ws Meots every of o11 month 0 emourr COURT ClrcuU Coort begins on the fourth Men day in Fobmary May and October i C B IattorsOT Judge f1 B Swwney Attorney F Clerk T Vt Slmms Master COURT iiurt is held on the third 1lonI Jcr io January April July and October Jack W Judge ij COUNTY COURT- County Court meets on the fourth Mon 4y W Jndge I Attorney J r 3 T Craycrort II B Porell Deputies fid Masters 2 K A Koe Deputy Vi T McBlroy County Treasurer a DIRISTORY 4 John Grace Marshal WO Jtood City Attorney 4USTI9B SOUR Justice courts art beld in January April Jaly and Ootober r Trails t t 42l44 AfrLv 80 120g OICJ t m 3 noQk 6rtf1 S rU 37 8 1222 S 49 BrcMtowu ZJ 2 55 fMlOM Naaareth 18801388 c 271WU saIl1Qt 8413 SJ 2 11 2j 145 3M f 1010 863 4 W I t 00 Ho e t159 415- I ell 0 6 7 044 30 M 4 e I 30 4 r 7 4w Aft k Prk IM jaI VMth LOBteTill J7 6015 55 i Af4 6 J I rI 4111 v r ur d s I I S THE NEWS= LEADERNew SeriesrVol III SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APKJL 1896 14 F5JUJ ii1mi iOU iiT2O 2223 tT7t28 29130 susfeqaeot BandiJatcsaad nOtrCZXB iTKlatrates CoubtyOfflcer DlsirliVOfflces CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST Sttniajstll HiKTKODTSt PRESBYTERIAN KSaanders Seivtcesejery tSn1 t1tarnandSpm CATHOLIC HtrHenJeIYt PRTNORDERS ONIdoawo viMljington SpriogSeld ever- yUthODthtyt hioiiMeets pxJtfHTsflf I1Irct Wdnc4Y COU1TDffiECTORY Commonwealth MCunipbell Commissioner QUARTCIIiY ianrterly Thompson nscbinonthT- ack ThOHpion AWFlookerConntyC1erklHTburaiancouBtj BI1l1UtlaUer aheriff- VfeThurman ORnlPlIIIlI IJrcNoe1otkaJadgo RiTaltiiiifUtitMf 4iF3j Tru ArvMpriagfield Va11YHl16llas 151115IEar1yTImCs avmtCOSCrLalt Clearnpat 4gp42rdMownJeR71O5 yJAtU1AtI Out teem the Jeweled east aglow des now to end the days forlorn Past ebbing fleMft of too and snow The Den falling E rtor morn The sky is fined with portent dear And carols of the birds are meet Tbo blackened fringe of jester year By lily cups and blossoms sweet II IAndThe rosy boocbs of bonrgeonlng tress In the spring swuhlne gleam apIa Thesparroir pipes Ms fluted song To call the pink anemone And the loosed tunnel leaps along With joy to greet the sounding sea Bo to a wortd of vrearycare alIThe Masters crown of lilies white Comet to eliminate despair And put the promised life In sight With hints of that far Syrian sky Under whose blue lifes hope was born Yale as the circling ages fly Betnrns the wondrous Easter morn Bring HEed wreaths and garlands falJo May faith abound and love increase And the transfigured earth declare Millennial joys and endless peace Jon BESXO Baesonabla Thought Fresh Prom the Pens of Famous Men and Women The Bkg of Verse the Peal of Bentiment From Poets SoveliatB Flaywright The T xtIof tn Archdeacon and the Motto Great Burgeon ofI CbpyrtKht But this ii cheerfultho promise of mm and summer la in the blood We be gin to long for the outer air The birds wtLSOlf uRnrr me of w1edw1 color capricious creation that no Paris dome may eclipse Tis Easter How will have It On the or erions side What thought does it ring yonrliearti The birds iu yours buds and primroses yours but yours tbereii no forgetting dead and gone winter So this sad that and the other and never a one alikethoughts- of the grqat story souvenirs oroq remembrances and expectations which this season of crossep are crosses but joys Yes but confess The eastthe far off Bible country land of romance anel rairy tales tEa scene of the life of Christ teems to most of you as to me more mythfoalhn- geographyfor be lug ao familiar Dutroomo likovJi far off burning light drawn np by the path its own her IIDOWtender in in her you blithesome the IB in in the of the in tho FABRAB redaction like a distant dream become embodied a souvenir from Christi grave flowers from the way of dolor undabowt the holy tomb so the inscription ItisacnnciflxaMgnoftbecrosadoiie ored flowers aad leaves of country aai ii caas to me even throogh the HsliwQ of the prosaic post from mod nryilgri inth Holy Land And the hero of tJA dJvltorvnivur scemeO So akin to any other martyr to human juysdand eorrdws as at this time of fly turned inside out The tolling of this has drawn mo un wiixxxn so it to the F a is as it near most on j pf iJ The uf the it even as an for the Sun day texts bear on e it Its and defenders o alas that the best wo have to give needs Icdefending iloru divines I was It rending this in the English press when it to me that a man who had pntso much of his experience 11and publieon a play of this character v Mr made to my suggestion may here be seen I What Is this world A little tarrying place a tiny between two eroat that we trayceled from that toward which JWIiThoA fitting link to this chain or seems me is that added by of English divines Venerabljj Fred crick William Farrar 1 D Ii a canon of Westminster and rector of St Mar gnrets widely known a writer oh Biblic al subjects Can on Farrar dates from Canterbury tho following simple text Jection poets Voices listen consciously subject one bearing directly tbflJj Easter Sentiment That religious drama Sign Cross become fashions pulpit been seized vertisement stage greatest admirers learned all occurred ripq thought Barrett bridge eternities Easter great LoUISE C I say Robert Browning God thous- rtMel build my on tbit P Following this most happily are these musical lines from the popular pen 011i Mrs Wilcox The verses discover tbeirI own beaniy young people fond ofI cUpping they make a charming auto graphical souvenir of the season A truth that has long loin burled At superstitions door I upliftingIn It stands in the light tnuiKflcorrd It peaks from tho height above Each soul Is its own redeemer There is no Isw but love WncoxI Admirers of that happily Songs of This Con tury lover of dead and gone and those who have breath ed more deeply over the fresh ness and original ity of Earths will be glad to to tho following song from the same 00n of another offering the has By the has have With faith For EDOAB FAWCETT Mr Sharp says in explanation The only Easter lines I have ever written They are from an unpublished and probably never to be finished drama of a priest self slain through doubt in his faith THE TrerTjj QP EASTER Bong of father Ambrose in UTho Priests Truredyi IbearthebllaofEsterAcres whisperOfl3ntinmybeartlssilenes Although the heart commands Oh sounding bells of Easter Would ye were saving hands SaAB PerhapS because MrsNMpnlton d tho English editor William Sharp seem al lied by their tributes to tho momorablo wciiflf poor ilatRjin Tfollow uith thii chadting Easter quatrain fresh from the authors pen Surely it rings its own message of solace even to the heart of regoingaongSballbfosaoms greet the spring x singAbdNot find goaltLOUISE Easter could not be expected to arouse JOHN HABBEnTON to author Babies existence promise on of brown It is Easter Mon abroad year at early morn as day on find eventual in religious enthu siasm in Fawcett But as no aide of a ques be a sense of happiness expected of at least pervades this wrier in mon of us Iavail of permisI lI10n quota Just here ftllglonICarcel be soVeryAnd in come these from the of surethatsup other state of that tbe doctrine of the resurrection tho centraidea of the Easter celebration is the comforting that modern humanity can cherish i JOUK HAJlDJnTOS soundingharpof Englishgreat of primroses sit ting cushions moss day Ian At this time ery these robed ostrians the town and the wears freedom lunch and joy Bcentiuff Mr thoroughly all sides and because the the season com with thereat my self him contrast lines Helens most splashes yellow parade S fThTtflN PEClt the promise of May gamboling on the velvet lawns of some rich nabob who bo he ever so exclusive must abandon his fine demesne to the children on this day at least follolngtruckgreat country lavish of both it is notI strange that Easter should provoke memories of flowers and children From the author of Cap and Bells you are stylefKnots of his or that rhymtbical Knot of Blue the first college song that baa won the honor of being in eluded in that classic collection of verse SongButmonths he has not been able to write erse and goes on to say My memories of Easter aro all of the south do not think that those who have nuvrr seen tbo southern spring can realize the bliss and beauty of Eastertide This lovely scasonls as soiatfd in my mind with happy children lad in white joyous cbnrrhbcUs roloses oses everywhere and over all the fragrant- nahiio of tho south Very trriy yours tlAMultlIur111mcPzcL Easter Dope It is the Christian belief that man lis both body and spirit The body is the or gan tho spirit is the player bn the organ When ho pushes in the stops and lcksI the instrument ho does not cease to beiThe music remains to him though has ceased to express it audibly through keys and pipes Looking down into the eyes which look up appealingly or con fidently into hers the mother sees asoul looking through them and in the mu tual glance soul touches souL Closer than words con bring us Is tho intercom munion of heart with heart in moments of most expressive silence when not even a glance of the or a pressure of the band iis needed as interpreter Sal ence may not be able to explainl theseI experiences of tbojnvisible life but in vain it denies them Tho poets boar wiIness to them and the poets do not create imaginary worlds but interpret a world that is real though unseen The truth of their interpretation is attested by aJuniversal experience Rev Lyman Ab bott raster Lilies Easter lilies are seen everywhere growing or cut and placed in water In Bermuda The number of lilina is al most cloying trail visitors UTe of the ever present odor A Wise ncn 7 A hen who was thoncht very wise 4 Once took hor friends quite by surprlsaL- On the last day of Lent To the market she went With her eggsand the took the firs prise Bogs of Peat Irish peat rugs which made their first appearance in London quite recently quarters1otsulfa can be made out ol this peat which is nothing moro orleES than Irish bog mixed with a littJojtite i L OUR CORRESPONDENTS FEN I Tree Our uegulr Corspeiset- Palm services at this place were well attendedandthe foimal cere monies were interesting end in structive to the attentive audience Mr and Mrs Joseph Berry llate or California are visiting their mother MrS Jane Legation who has been seriously sick for the past two weekp Miss Pearl Adams one of out most charming and accomplised young teachers and who now has charge of the Ilardesty school was visiting home Sunday lasf Thenew firm of S B Litsey and J R Blandford have refurnished and refilled the village store house and are drawing alarge trade to their bargain counter Miss Bettie and Serena Nunan have accepted positions at Seymore Ind and took the train Friday for that point Mr C R Herman one of our most successful farmers has nccep ted the management of the new livery firm ol J F Harman hat Springfield and will begin bUSI- neSs at once Mr Harman takes with him the good wishes of lug many friends which will aid in the success of his enterprise Rev Brey pastor at Fenwick spent several days last week at Lebanon Loretto and St Marys college at the latter of which he was received by the faculty with he honors of a post graduate and by the boys with College YOU as it insured them a holiday and Goodies Galore Mr Clarenc Adams of Etown paul relatives and friends at this place a visit last week Mr and Mrs Alex Thompson of Fredericktown attended Palm services at this place last Sunday Mr Ray Blandford was in Louis ville last week buying a new stock of goods Our communItyand the neigh boring vicinage has been promised a rare treat in the forn of a series if free public lectures on and after Aprll19thapprox by the Rev Edwin J Drury ot the Louisville liocess An a public lecturer thp Rev Drury is well and widely known in our state as one of the most polished and pleasing of Ken tuckys pulpit orators and while a guest of his nephew Rev Brey of this place has consented to discuss in a nonsectarian spirit some of The Reason of Religion a cordial invi tuition to all The late turnpike law is being cused and discussed jirc an con The friends of the bill claim that under seo7 the question of For or against free turnpikes willnot have to be resubmitted to a vote of the people of tuis county while the boldels f T P Stock for most part argue it will have to be resubmitted and will rot now carry in this county We hope the Leader will draw on biphltgal cap and settle the mooted question M POLIN From Our Regular Correspondent The heavy rains Smnday did con siderable damage with fences and tobacco beds Born to the wife of J M Parrish he 28J a girl Frank Chesser is haying lumber sawed to build a new storehouse near Polin Mr Ztfck Crow is buying all of the hogs around at SfCtl S H Bishop sold to Mr Zack Crow 3 heiferi at Sets a pound Mr Hence Scott and wite spent Sunday with Mr Will Scott Mr Ed Smothers and wife have retnrne ITrom their bridal trip to- Gyanbouny ItDr Vaughin of Harrodsburgi gave us a splendid temperence lecture at Mt Zion last Sunday evening v EamaRumorlBgcttinjrcommuni cativeBpme mor and the noise tha tDte ldesw ddi ngishardin the distance Joolit puti for your scribe watching all corners a Miss Kate Sea1entedined qnite I 5 v a rivmber of fiiends Saturday night with music CMr George Russell and Mr Fred Gbigsby poised through here Monday on their way to XIarrods burg t E r a WCINTIRE Trots Oar Kwntur Cpmspondent tJ Muc1 has ended according to the old proveii like a lion Ech and very one is antici pnting on spending very delight ful time during the easter holidays which will be next Sunday and Monday Sunday school convention was held at the Baptist chqrch on Hardins Creek last Saturday and Sunday Sunday being a Veiy favorable day quite a number got disappointed Bro Vudamond offi dating assisted by Bros Stalling of Mackville Lyons of Leretto andiHarvey of Louisville Mistes Kate and Mary McOulnm spent last Friday in this village The second publication of bands of matrimony werepr nounced JiatJ Sunday at St Reset betwei n Mrj Johhie Medley oi Cartwrtglits Creek and Miss Dalhe Buckler cot St Mrys Jj placebegan J Bhrcoe last Monday Sales of all kinds of stock are very JaIl therfore you will lave to pardon this short letter J Ta TaTaJI WITH OUR FARMERS I I Nollcesstock seed or grain wanted or t for sale or exchange inserted in this coltt umn or Farmers are quested to send in stock or crop It ms for publication Much cjbmplaint cornea from all over the State that the wheat crop isIfn a bad condition and promises a failure In this county the growthla stunted the farmers claim by the mild winter but with favorable conditions from now on they hope to harvest a half cropNelson Record t itJ H Petlgo Co have in the last five months paid out at Horse Cave alone the enormus sum of 2000 for mules The number of nfulea bought in that time wan 715 and the average f price paid was a little the rise of 972 t t ISome specimens of the smallest known species of hogs are now quaro terodat the London Zoological Gardens They dame from the desert regions of Australia and are known f ias the pigmy bogs pf the antipodes They are well formed risky little porkers the very largest and heaviest in the lot whichare fullgrown not being larger than a muskrat These Zoological curios are real hogs and t should not be confounded with the called Guinea pigs u which are a species of rodent Earmera Homo Journal xtt-I v i firmly fceliev tt says a writer in The Horse World utluTt overyt 20 cent bushel of bats fed to a well brecltrot ting colt will bring in at least one dollar There is no danger that this thing can be overdone for a number of years It will take five years at least to get the supplyup to anything like the normal proportionsu ft t SAttentionvalue of potatpes for sheep Old heads remember the time when potatoes were not markbted at a distance and sheep abounded Then sheep were quite freely fed during lambing time t t i J Cavalry horees Capt JBAlethhfre Inspector MoKinney and Dr Farrofl ocavajryhorsesxWillprohablynpl return to this sec tion for some months With the ahipwI ment tomorrow they wilT have sent from Dan fJla twelve carloacla of horses or 216 bead Then norses J Brought pn an average at least 9145 ttotalt have conic Into Central Kentucky frOmthls source daring thepast few months Tie cavalrymen are partial to the Kentucky iorse very animal shipped from this State haflmetth iandiIameIndustry in the future agoodhnsineM can be catablishediPy theftsmersaMe- tookmen generally Danville Advocate J y j r t I 1 f jft s r ki q4 Ls ir 1l Do You Take It ThIE NEWS LEAIER No WICK j r E1 t tI i V 2 i arrangementsforV f ierj = g ly subscrijitions to the 2 Ii LADIES J 1 i UOME fs IJ t3 i r IIDEAL 5f7An tllusfratcdmntTuly maga- zinc published Chicago anti I fJ containing Btcnei Sketcktjt Iad evorythingintereqjfoi 5 the home tForcah new subscriberto iNwsLEAnzwh pjys 10110 Dollar Cash 1111 rnoI1We wiIIscniIthi ir b ahy addressKB8oLvTILy i LODEi l t Our number is iimitedndQ first come first servedi 1 0 I1 1 Address all communications r ok I E t1VI8ONJIT tT t a r PUBLISHER n I t IHows This We F- pffer One Hundred Dollars Boward for nyC of Catarrh that caDnot lie ured by Halla Catarrh Cure P J CDENEY COprpps Toledo 6- Wetbo nnderalgned haver known FJ Cheney for the last fUt years and M llovo him perfectly honorable in all 6us ncus transactions and financially able o carry out any obligation mace by their firm West tt Trnax Wholesale Druggists Toledo OILWalding Kinnan 9 Marvin Wholesalel Drnfupsta Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh ruretA tsk n in ternally acting directlv upon the blood nnd mucucur surfaces of the eyetenu Price 75o per bottle sold byairdrng gistst testimonialafreo I wAznixovectczncrrr cumr EUTUm Oi W FOSTBP JLutgnee of aQFcxterPUln Notice toCrMitor rSOPosterete All persons haying claims against t t the estate of S G Foster eceasedV are notified to present sameprpjir i erJypron n to the nd ntnec1be ore the 20thilsy of May iSO6IThis March 20 18po T W SIMMS Jr Md J tV C U twAsniKOTOS ciBccxTcoDirr tvcT w rosrsa Admr vs NoUcotoCreditors p p Jr on xtcfAll persons havingclnimssgainati the estateVtor Wm Yeager decd are notified to present same properly pfeniQ the undersigned on or before May theO 1896 t JTtOld VPeople j iOld peopleiWho require medicine to regulate thoTOwolsand kidneys willTflnd ithe true remedy In Electric Bitters VThis medlcine docs not stimulate and hasjiio whiskey nor other lntoxlcantk bay acts ps a tonic and altcrativo It acts mildly fron the stomach and bowels adding and lgiving strength ip the organ thenby l uldlngnatnro In the performance of the fnnctionsi Electric Bitten la an nppo ser ansi aids digestion Olil people find it Just t xnctiy whaf thoy nefd JEfrjce bottle at HaYdpreJtRbbert aon Drug Ista t t Uii4nhiHtDr WlMrt NwiMl iV iTrv btitj KPNs AI5Pki W stvsrywli M ttys ry beg F Is N PWrt J ij OUR INDUSrTRIAU EDITION Mr Sam Carpenter JSllioitf in connection irith the NewiLftilpr1 t hai began an industriaUnd hiatari cal edition for Wtihinf ton col ty swill embrace tlie Jjistory of tW cofinty from 1792 to th present Jtime ketches of proaiaciit aee colleges chnchisbUsuncss Jiriewl and thc hca iiBl glllainlVllpor printed OB fine r iper from lull1 ton cuts AVtshinetps coaniy ig one of the Fcsti XentReky aliey propose to thpw H Vy letttiif out a big indnttrU tndMtcnwii vn- iunberTbey aek HlImt S41 r everygoy titIiiigrfutLcrLikp 1r 1eliO y4S ii t 11 y j f f t i ji 1 j r vif 1 11if T r 5 i i tII NEWSLEADER J r L b I v i DERi4 ttiJ1S0A APRIL 2 18S6 f L DAVISON JR JCO Tr convention held in 1ta various counties throughout Hbllt tate develop the fact that therei Is a lively contest on be 1thJI lJtiJrfibs The McKinley gympa i Mzrs with Mayor Todd at the t jfcadi appealtejtQ be having ililcgfs vqry miuch th3ir own way r lu Irtjuisyille until Goy Bradldj laade a little tnp down to the C tftfopoliSr and inva few short v blf ts it Is said that he bad made peqce among Ibo At PAs had Corralled the colored contingent iJaud had everything coming his vjiyi Other counties heard from f1 or shoW ijBe contest about equally drVi dtSoma of the latest are gqadersob and Union county iri t l ructed for Bradley Marshallt and Olark Instructed for Me KJnleyr The Daviess county 6 rnvjentibn troie iin two one of whidi was counted for Bradley and for Fran ks for Congress and j t tbe otherft McKi iley and for JSebree for Congress I I Tfts ARE pleased to ann nncp- thnptheworfe of getting up the t illustrated and historical proiAIgressinif well Mr E iott has 1 tojeeii here a few days and th t l bnslnosa men with whom he has eddtiaiS are taking holdina man 9 ner liich assures that we can a beuredltd 1 arili serve to show the outside i TiopW something of herenter prises und resources l atQ BRADLEY would nick ona of the greatest hit3 of bt- ulttlcallifeif g hewould just nON cefuUv withdraw from a con- tiiiheis practically not in t t9l fcr the Republican Presi L tleutialDomination Bvecurj tivQ CoinmiUee will meet ttm- week to select the time and pia lor lipldiQg the StteD inorati Convention i t f tOuR 6afQercharitS are up 1 I 1 todato in every thing1 They mpaoiRUzoabooda share of our peen this week and offer bar 1 gains galore 11r 1 CANCER CURED t Q AND A 0LIFE SAVED By tao Persistent Use of J yersSarsaparina 1 was troubled for years with a t sore on my knee which several P physicians vvho treated me called a S Lancer fissuring me that nothing could bci done ftf save my life As Jrtast resort I was Induced to try Ayers Sarsapafilla and after tak big a Lumber of bottles the sore genernlftea1th trentrnent until the sore Was en iinjlylieared Since then I use Ayers Sarsaparilla occasionally indeedghlcouldnotkeep iJELDs Bloomfleld Ta AVERSo Opir WO aids Fair S rsaparite yrrl fltto Regulate the Liver j ti erlande EaRlelava fIve la t t C3t oijiiment in tho n1inSkintd e tsgaaraniged euro byaltdootenI k lfn pin tubes av2seacb Irai a 9n Jutwrtso J s i j fr s t L HER EASTER ANTHEM Lt lit yE1ussuiTusoTr tOopjrrtctt tr the Author Jeanne Marie leaned against the door bf iho chtsltch and wet Jeanne Mario had been a pretty little woman Her peoplo cro Gascons hot iba and her bnsband Tcnta lived i a plain white painted house pn the ro id j fcido near the city limits of Jfew Orlea is Ehoy vroro happily married for their chdicevag duo to love and is there anything else in this world that brings orn happiness If there is neither Jeanne Mario nor Tonta knew of it Edt sops theyhfld a great sorrow and it kbjew them closer to ether than all their happiness fe came about in this vray They had a child a beautiful boy and when ho was scarcely years old ho died Then there came another one a weak tiny babe to fill the dead ones place Dot ha was deformed His hands wore shriv pled and twisted They were dreadful to look at People said this wits duo to the mothers eaSblesa grieving for her firstborn and the surgeons tried their best to remedy the matter all in vaiu Yet the child liven and thrived and the mother hated God for having falcon- erh perfect boy and given her this one Tonta was more patient Ho suffered meekly Sometimes ho tried to comfort his wife Jeanne Marie It ho whisper ed God is good though his ways are beyond our understanding Be sure this child will ba a blessing to nsyctJi But tho littlo woman was hard She would not be comforted God is not good cr jjust It she said Looli at the e hands Why should myother boy taken from mo and this wretched even flue sent instead VI llove him all tho more for his mis fortune said tho father Dearest have pity on yoUr own flesh audblood She laughed In a satirical and un motherly way ClBe can never work be cannot earn his lining We shall tav6 to support him all his life she did When the boy was old enough to un derstand he soon found out that his mother did not love him One day ho himnhut paid no to words When he tried to use his clumsy fingers sho exclaimed bitterly You era no child of mine My child is dead ne was not maimed like you 9Go away You donot belong to me One night the boy sobbed himself to sleep The neatnmorning he kissed his father loyingly as usual then crept out of the house There were dark circles round his eyes as ho hurried away not knowing where to go He did not comp home and Vfhon after a few days his father went to look for him ho could not bo found Ul am glad ho is gone said Jeanne Mario to herself but she was very kind and gentle to her husband because lie was so grieved Years passed and Jeanne Marie was a andedesolate At night she lay awake and thought of her lost ones her husband and her child But it was always the first born not the second And tho pOOr outcast whom she had forgotten was living with a good wom an who had pitied him and falcon bi to her home- Jeanne Mario had gone to church every Sunday morning since her husbands death But it was merely habit She never prayed the preachers words had no meaning for her and to the singing of the choir and people her oars were deaf Her heart Doomed turned to stone CeOne Easter morning the widow knelt in her usual plane in jphnrch her eyes fixed absently upon the altar where the tall candles burned brightly and white flowers shed a soft fragrance Jeanne Mario saw nothing Her thoughts were wandering But gradual ly a sense of peaceful joy crept over her and happiness so long stranger to her filled her seal She knelt motionless as if entranced giving herself up to th new sensation though she know not whence it tame Slowly at last she realized that she was in tho church and that a voice in the choir was eiiigiug tbo Easter hymn a tenor voice sweet high and clear as an angola Resnrrexit eicut dint JHo has risen an bosaidherisriFeii hlloluinh sang the voice pouring forth triumphant nOtE UTEOS CRIED JEAXXE rCOYI the kneeling throng And the people listened dovouty6omo with to to their eyes some with faces raiia and joyous They were thinking of tho dory of tho resurrection and thodec import of the mystery but Jeanne Marl thought only of that Holy Mothers joy againToo Slleneethe hymn was finished and J wiuiio Marie clasped her bands together finpplicatiug ly and prayed to God to pardon her re bellion Then when all was over and the peo pie went out cf the cburth the lonely woman still knelt with her faco ed There was no one else in tho church womnl11kneeIJngnenrthed rose and walked slowly out On the talkingJA one and so young Ho has a future boi ono him fleahtseda Widow and he rapports her Ah wbat a Good sea she h1SttJ epswivouiyt tloftl JEA NL MAniE TIlE noon WEPT and the other woman looked at them wistfully They stopped near her and the man put on his hot As he did su Joanna Marie saw that his hands were deformed Thorn was no mistaking those shriveled twisted fingers It washer long forgotten son that stood before her With a cry of joy she made herself known to him While sho talked tho other woman looked at her in terror and clang still closet to the youth whoso pale face flushed as he listened- A dead silence followed and then the mother added I was cruel and hard but you will forgive me I am so lonely My father is dead you say Poor mother You aro indeed alone ItBospoko softly and pityingly but at the same instant he cfasped the thin hand which rested on nis arm and with his crippled fingers caressed it lovingly Como home my son cried Jeanne IqrpardonShe stopped as he shook his head My home is with her ho said looking down at tho bowed figure beside him She found mocrying on the road side and took me to her heart giving mo the place of a child she had just lost J bear her name I owe everything to her She has noono on earth but mo and I must always stay with her Tho mother exclaimed distractedly Then I cannot see you again I qm never to see my own child 1 Tho other woman raised her faco and looked at him entreatingly and as if in reply to her appeal he said gently Yes mother of course yon shall sea me Next autumn I am to sing in the cathedral We shall live near you and I shall go to you often very often I promise you He left his companion for a minute and putting his face close to Joanne Maries whispered Will you kiss mo mother dear She strained him frantically to her heart without speaking tthen watched him put the other womans arm in his again lead her carefully down the steps and out cf the churchyard As ho disappeared his mother mur mured hoarsely He is a good isan Ho will do his duty but he docs rot love me and Lo Godmjust 4ud in the glad Faster sunshine the childless mother leaned against tho door of tho cbnrch and wnpt HUMORS OF WHIST Xlepuirka thct Have Ceen blade Around t d Tame A good story is told of a lager in Chicago who considered himself a great authority on t Kist He wrote a Lock on the subject and sent it to a fauus Mil waukee player for his opinion of it In about a week book was returned to him with tbfc following letter MT Sin Your terror of tho rust receivedIVume ase09d a damn yours It is no unusual thing to hoar a play er ntwhftt remark after loiup berated by TlayiDSWclJdoes not stop to think that he gives his partner anything but pleasure It Such players causotbeir partners many un mauvais quart dhcuro It might toI a great pleasure for a novico to play a duct on the piano with Padcrowski Ono can readily imagine bow ranch pleasure Paderowtki would fled in tbe performance If a man wants to play whist ho should study the books and famiU rize himolf with them be fore inflicting his play on npartucr who knows anything of the game or else doi jvoto his great mind to dominos It is related cf cto cf tbcto gentry that after n land at whist his partner asked him Why in thunder didnt you trump tbut queen cf clubs He naive ly replied Vhy I only bad one littlo trump Sometimes as in this case tire humor unknown to ttbo perpetrator eunice off the tad reeling ongenarrtd ignorulJceItistle time cud ordinuiy intelligence to thb ludy cf the game to learn to play a fairly icedl panlo cf whist 1crr playcis storied a jnino of whit not lorp n cotcil wit tong oco tf them He 7us dealing riixl laailo a mis deal Ho dropped his curds burst into laucliter lbatremtndatuetsaid Pock3thanifathcrors n great whist player of the old apcsrdrocmeday cud net cnocf the poorest plcy the yeobeeuJndpoPeckl1eminto ypu llCtty Ktrocg No indeed Flo only niudo one remark I was deal ing and mndo a misdeal The judge said Why you fool you dont even know bow to deal This is tbo only remark he mode during the entinj same Wahingtcn Star The rosy f gercd mow did there dis close tier penury ruddy a blushing bride gilding the marigold painting the rose with Indian chryEoUtes her cheeks were dyd Baron wendon till in amour tbo abcrgincsof aaPaper hangings foreseen witllswere introduced into Enropb from tha Jist fi 7 CCILL= tLER IN CoalL LumllPrVGiaiu ca andFaldsaeds J BUILDING I MATERIAL Fertilizer RcyaJ Cement Wall Plaster Planter of Paris Cement Lime Salt Flooring Shingles Lathes Doors Sash Blinds e1c the weighing of Live Stock solicited paid for HighestII 1 Wool Hldescrne Field Seeds kinds oft Grain andI I Office and Warerocms Doctor and Railroad Strpets T4 rl W 111 t ivlllw lyj- W J BURTON DEN HAYDOX Sr jdijdii Burton Cn BEOAYDOR Sr Manager r llrrdortakefs and FUlloml llir8Otftr C ffiiis Cc1kCtsya Burial Robes- Of all Kinds FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answere- promptly night or day The services of tn3 EXPEI23j1TCE EMBALMER a gradual effpm a school oi1 embalming have been engaged J M BURTON CO Hagan Block Springfield Kyi LIGHTNiNG 1 D learnt rda Flux Cholera Morbus Nausea Changes of Water Etc NOT DROPS HEALS Cuts Bums Bruises Scratches Bites of- Animals and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Rmnit GDDda BREAKS UBJA OLD T EvcmrwHUE25 SOc Pfd No ACUEF Ko PAT 1 see too coatsias two and one lull times much u tje bottle HERD MEDICIN3 SPRINGFIELD Patronize Home Inlustry t BRING YOUR BILL HEADS LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES INVITATIONS an Everything in the Printing Line to us We will do the work quickly neatly and IN THE LATEST STYL8 THE NEW S LEADER l r SE 4Q5 fA l lll 81JJJZT- ZTHARDWET R 4 fT- 1NWARE j 4 f STOVES E 7 I I ViIi i tSEE OUR DEW LINE OFrr llt l 4 lDisells Chill d Plows Brwn u1ti= ir yators and Brown Diouible Shovels Buckeye and Meyers Foice Puinps BICYCLES HMD PISTOLS v V t i I J = Country Produce taken in Exchange forGpods 0 V j 1 J tTin Roofing and Guttering A Specialty t t iJIBeef oqr TEEti RANGES and getouriprfces j r Good Old Granny IMctcalf 80 years old living at 018 Morir6o street Paducjib I3 says that 1Ir Bells PIne Tar Honey the beat grip sure cough lung and ronchlal remedy that Las been red daring Ler lifeE Guaranteed by nil deal ers KoreIe yHaydon Rober- tsjoniTIHTT ILBBUOKEYE OINTMENT I Ii CURES HOTHINB BUT PIIES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES i SOLD DT ALL DSSVOOISTL- Srsimmi tan z terra A new tUoory id the treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affccllonB has been advanced By tbo manufacturers atf Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey It Is t wonderful remedy Alt denIers sell on a pmitivo RUarantee For sale by Hayden fcRpbortson Druggists l PIAKDS AND ORGN J Aldo by a first class jnorkman I can eave you money Write me before yiu pur chase B BRITTOK DHarradbbafgtKy 1orSpringfield Ky PLYMOUTH ROCKS PbvbtotriiRocs ExCLUSIVELVI have some very fine cockerels and pullets for sale aia reasdnable price Also eggs in ecaeop MRs H M DNAx Springfield Ky Evcfy person big little old your fblack or white rich or poor who hua gl or used Dr DeWs Flho Tar linnet piv nouuco it tho best cough and lung remedy on earth Its true too all deal ore guarantee it For salo by flpydon iRobcrt8 in Druggists NLea Ikb7 was sick we taTe her dastoi1A When she was a CUld the crinl fer tutors 0WhenGostqrU rhea sbr bad she gaourarr Marie Bucklens Aruba Salve The beat salvo in Hid world for cuts bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores totter hhpped hands chilblains cowis and all skin eruptions nncTposl tlvely cures pile or nu pay require It la guaranteed togiyo satisfaction or inoifcv refunded IVIcio 23c per box at liavdou it Robertsons DrJ Store Sheriffs Sale FUR TFrXeSOn Monday Apfil 27ih1890 Tho sumo being County Court Pay I will oflor for salo at the Court Honso dflor in Springfield Kyf to t ebJ best taxaea and costs due mo as Sheriff of Vas h ingtoi Countv ICy iromtbe persona iin whoso nnmo said property lifted for taxestor the yearts and amounts1 set op poslto their names John 0 Whpatly one hbnsa ariallot InJ district No years Jsro9ruqt axes nnd coat 1552 Afithony Grundj one house and lot in dUtrici tiatg Yoats IBaSW pSj taxes and costs l 2 Dan rutidyi one house and lot in district Jjvpgycjtra 169u 1M05 taxcaiwd East 27f2fct This April lilt J Ti CjtATcnoFJV Shflrlfl hF W nTJtUtl3A DSt1 fi All parsoritl oi ng tnzo Vrnydtf nuto notified that I y wllJvwinioUl fur tJ ornnticendv r anal sTprORojTl unlstheti I J4Lunqpx4 e j4+faVll Ir 4 FORill f rV11 0d 4 1 If Y2up JUnow ou can lge you 4unty Paperv lli t jtte t LE1rDER1i j FOR bNE YEAR- ifJf f j NgW ifanageieiit t N6W Fetures J t New Dress iv Neifsi k Spicy i OriginF 2P Mepeiit + i jAnd anrindespensibla visktt V itor inevery ousel101b foi Help usr withy Your dol1arf upr t L paPerQfvhich Washington County will aye prbtid i 0e 1O t Vfjo will spud you tbo NEWS tBApEB M44h J jA Courier Journal tOtone ycgr1 cjYCommerCial f Ngn LEAIEll and Cincinnati y rI Luqlll r L lor 1 35 I J1JnVs LitAnsn and Circlnirittcr tiricBst tlekCommgicia Gaziet tr 165 r ft rCnlfl pff j d maF tizinfB Como 3n au dseeria dr aen d1nodr i nt1lir f tdDA ItbQN J JR 7 ilwT1 EULUCt 1 yr i tc l rt i kt5t 7- r r1- L yTh ti 1 r fHe NfW s 11 A D R It rr I = 0J iiiHE NEws rnADER TOBLISnEaVEVEkY THURSDAY Mo1i llC SPRINGFIELD RY S 100 If Pulo INAOVANOI j 4 GoJdFillliigs 000 1a ttCil1 Alloyir jo 41 t An1a1garn OII I f WhIte Filling f nlUSB ODONTOID Ell for t 1f Painless Extraction of t 1 I t a I R LtiRMANI 1 Aj f D aNTIST- I BARD3TOWN KY i S lOo TEETH to eIs I EXTEACTED WITHOUTont I1TNonrl and By tlft use of Vitalized Air thish nndA nev method of my own whicl leaveVno bad effects Artificial teeth of dIfferent ne guI es and pricns the fj R Lose fitting teeth may btwi tightenedat amaH exoense Bri teej workr and crowning t specialty Fiistc1asswork Gr 6Prices reasonatle For the present 1wilIbe in m SpringBetd the first Wednesday Pe N q Thwrsd AJ and Friday of each month fie k 1 sud longer it work is plenty Office over Ilaydon Roberts ns dniaatorc with Dr CDopar L j MKIT offioe628V i Fourth Avenue 3omsvillcKy In DR F R WILDER gi- line i JR JFRiER1RTI i OFFICE HOUR i to 4 p m and Tuesdays and Saturdaysat f SPiRiNGFIELD KENTUCKY iJ JR J B R COOPER city of 15 OfBco over llaydon Robertsons drug free orebeMain St SPRINGFIELD KYst 1J M J I BURTON m t DENTIST was C and taEWITHOUT PAIN i M dF jcUngan Block over Mansfield ai Suns storeMi SPRINGFIELD KYG JJjRXJDEI SALOON JOHF F GREENE PROP Exclusive Sale of the Eaiaons Yellowstone Whiskey 4 t PURE BRANBIES WINES t CIGARS TO ACC r 2FOR = I TH9- ekIytW jOiiercial free to Readers of tbls Paver 1 Anyone sendlnpc to In Habacription o t Ws pipoc lor one yeart accompanied Jll6p Jtbe re nlar gubacilptlon price to theNBWLEApBn will be lent froo of iagO for quo5year a copy pf the IxinlJivillo Weekly Cnrninerclal largof filled svitli morefll oolamu paper u1n1ny ortmpo1laawey Vftfe rrect Market Reports kS- MBOUT T0MN Jersey coxv arid calf for sale byJ H Tdckeir Va ey Hilt Cedar posts for sale at Marks tiJ McElroy lumber yards Bargains In second hand harness i tLl85 M KnrrIpkB fA new line cJy carpets and matting Thompson Clements For Sale300 btishels oats for saleS cheap by S M Karrick fSeveral good second hand buggies sale cheap by S M Karrick isBest JJatFresh Fish this week at Jos A Shadera Canned Tomatoes 3 for 25c Sugaxla Corn 2 cans for 15c Early June a can at Jos 4 Shaders Wanted to buy About 80000 bushof of corn market price paid Apply o Thompson Clements Springfield KyLIf you want good work and fair treatment leave your laundry with Campbell basket leaves of Tuesday and returns Friday S Craycroft and Campbell repreBentLo e of the finest laundries in the would be pleased to get a liberal with are of your custom Office in post office buildingS days Roy DJ F T be emi nt devlxu ardlecturerwilla pear at quite Auditoriuu Loulavillj Ap H78r abound trip tick eta over our railroad ll be sold at one and one third fare People of 8pri gfleli should takeLo advantage of the oppOtunitytri A surprise party was given Friday night to Miss Mertfe Mansneldamong those present were Misses Annie 11 the MINoeMessrs Will McEbroy Will Wharton paitsrrey Gabby Ernest and Joe Mans ldSS M Karrick desires to notify his Ne friends and patrons that he has moved jhisstoreeformerlywhere he will operate grocery store addition to his grocery business Mrtee Karrick will continue to handle bug pla wleshouse near his store he has a complete ville Mrs Kate Williams has returred from Louisville withKfeiMjew stock of millinery good Ladies springfield vicinity are invited to call on her 0Cunninghamexamine her stock of the very latest by styles In Sprirg hats and bonnets Novelties in Easter hats Mr Another ornament was added to the rock pile this week in the person Frank Head a colored boy about years old who had been making to use of money and ther artIcles- longing to his employer Mr Moore down at Moorsville He was caught and ealing six dollars and broqght to town for trial He was given 30 daysC beLastMonday yoetfull interesting and instructive several instructive talks and papers delightful music and entertaining recitals were given Dr Ray paeeed around his Indian relics The C L S is a great benefit to all the town we rejoice thai ouch interest is ken in it Those present were Mrs SaayesercChordand Thompson Lee Mayes Brown Selec man Oraycroft Mangflold Browne Cunningham Messrs Mayes lcChord- ansOold MoElroy Cunningham and abbyINOTICE Creditors are hereby notified that cowillagainot the estate of James Myers assigned at my office Springfield Ky ho March 20 X896 J T C NOB Assignee oi James Myers vCaptCalj says u 3Iil1ole Catarrh Remedy In is the first mqdlclno I have ever found hat would do inc any Rood Price 600 UCNTVtH IWjtl The following bates have been d6 cided upon as the time for holding Kentucky Fairs each Association be ing allotted a week and binding lteeIf to continue its exnibitions from three t9 five days during that time Sharpsburg week beginning July 20 Winchester week beginning July 27 Danville week beginning August 3 Campbollsvllle weak eglnnh August 10 SPRINGFIELD week beginning August 17 Leanonwcekbeginp1ngAUgU8t2 4 Bardstownj week beginning August S10 X Bowling Green week beginning Sepsember 7 Franklin week beginning Septem per I4l Paducaiiweok beginning Septem ber21 Open date probably HendDBrso- nScplombet23 J r OweBb r week beginning Octo bcr3 a 5c PeFsp0H7I L M ThsD Reed Was in T mis villa Monday jj N Sauriderawas in town Zor a ay or so list week- fDr F R Wilder tho dentlot i here Qqhis regular monthly visit MJsa Edna Brooks of Brooks tStIOfl is visiting at Dr Rineharts Miss Mary Mulvey loft yesterda- Ys visit relatives at Elizabethtown Ky Mr William Spalding AtlantfiXJa visiting the family of T W Simms r Ill Mr Clarence Vaughn of Greens burgh was in town the first of the week Mtea Emma Howard of Lebanon visiting the family of A H Mc Chord i Mr Lee Irvine was here the first the week to visit his sister frsA MoElroy Mr Green Jones has returned to xmisville after a short visit to re1a lives and friends hereaMiss Dollie Green and Mr Penny Perryvillo visited at the home ofc M Karrick this week W H Leaohman was cut from uisville last week shaking handsW his many friends here Ed McElroy is laying off for a few from his run with the L N Of ankle ofaccoun a sprained Mr Geo E Medley has been sick for several days and un le to be at his post in the bankt SlS Davison and P S Ray ofof uisville were in town Saturday last a combined business and pleasure p 2MissLouisville to accept a position with dress making establishment otV adam Glover Mrs Reed Browne of lay orsville ssed through here last Tuesday en route to visit friends in the Pleasant Grove n lghbQrhoodtl John D Hardin formerly cf thE wsLeader but now representing i C Parker was here the first of the ek to sell goods and visit his folks Miss Mary Lee Simnis has accep da position in the post office In the 1thhlsbrothernext week to attend Uiflueo college ELOCUTION Lessons in Elocution will be given Schoolroom Miss FLORENCE nt the Ilyxr reaidcncc nt hlII A H McChoid Fifty cents a Lesson NOTICE 1o the Ladies of Washington surrounding counties I am now ready to do up Lace urtains for tho year and would glad to receive a portion ofl ur patronage RospoctfuUy BELLE TAItYEEC Sprngdeld Ky up rI ue Ideal lauacianIt James L Iranrla AKlcrninn nUgnP ys hI rcuunl Dr KiucV Nmv Dtt uov r at an ides punnccu fur coughs culdn lungcimiplaiutK having used it InF mvfktnily forlliii last fiveymrn to lIlt cluslon of physicians prcscvIti ot ftlier propanulonp llov John UuFifha Kpokuk lowe write I liavo been iLItr of the metiiodist pi c hurCli or 60 years or more end hUH inevrr found aiijthlnic Hobeiieficiiil or that jnvo mo Pitch spenly relief r lilnps Now Ulwovory fry this ideal ugh romiidy now Tile hottlcH free at Haydon A KoborUgn djuytoro IRamons Nerve and IWne OH cures Rheumatism cuts Burns faruuSeats Iixative not a ftiroHll If ou break your leg Neats Laxative will not put it topothei HKain but if you are c 1broke in health mid pocket 60c in not much to pay for a bottle of Neats Laxu the wlifch never fails to cure constlpa 0iont oA U DITOIU Moo LOUISVILLE AN WELLEGTUAL FEAST RJS3IgHAMLET Tuer ay Evening April 7th DICKENS Wednesday Eve April 8th ELOQUENCE OF SUARESPEAflE- ThurdaY Evening April Otb av 1IESREV UJJ STAFFORD DB 07 jceturcrat m05ntaownms ricketJRates en Rthroad 0THE Louisville Store Originators of Low Prices I YOU WONT NEED A GUIDE JTO FIND THE BARGAINS HERE The largest stock of choice Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes Everything NEW and NOVEL Prices so low as to astonish every bargain seeker Great Quantities of Incoming Spring Goods Are crowding our present stocks we are willing that they should and give an extra push by lowering prices You get an inkling of the good news through the following itemsothers at the store Wool Dress Goods All the latest weaves culors and mixtures are crowding our shelves nd counters no house can shpw such an array we having exclusive ntrolof theo goods Tho six patterns displayed in our window are 86 inches wide ALL OOL and of the latest weaves Wholesale price ou these goods 62c peT yard choice of these patterns 8 yards 8400 Black Goods Specials- ln the leading Black roods stock Spnngfied 13c II5 110c 0Rfanced 0011Seritewill buy a 89 inch Henrietta Double this prioe and you ill have the real value Wash Goods Cool Sheer Organics inall the latest colors including he very latest Persian patterns clint bo bought elsewhere for double ihe money 5 llth1ll SummerI 8hV381tolulur your on this you good J M BUTCHER 135MEA35MEAT 8NOP1 have removrd my shop to jut below the lintelXIId desire to my that Iurn better thun ever furjiish Choice at Lower IiulRC piy highest Cash Price for P ultjy Hides Furs 0An AffidavitIThin IRJO certify tint on Afny limb I jlc walked to Mellekf drutr store oh a par t crutchcH and houJht a bottle of imamnlriaHs 1ain llultn for sun tory rheumatism which hall ripped me After using threo bottles I am corn lately cured r ran rlieerfully tocom leni IU CbarlcH II Wutzol SunLury n Sworn and subscribed to before mo on August ISIM Wallor Shlpman J P or at to corttH per bottle Nw is the time to subscribe for the NEWS LBADKII only SI a year ItTnnyhavo jon time and money to o informncti that jjwtk you ricqd a bloodpuriller Aytjr s Kaf pnrlUa Is tho Ind most in favor Aith tbe medical proo lou It tbcr utaiidnrd and na the only bloodiurlfler admitted the Chicago Worlds aIr The rapidity with which croup dovo ops calls for instant tiontmont and yet ut few house holds are prepared for its vlMtn AniulmiraMo remedy for thin dUmse in AyersCheiry Pectoral It hiss saved hundreds of lives nOd nhoulil lien every homo wboro there ore young hildrenIDr Bells Pine Tar Honey Is different from alt oth cough remedies Itcurcs h allaying the InflHifiumtiun and giv tog toncHtrcncth vigor nnd vitality to the ro pltory orgnns Guaranteed by nil dealers For tale at Ilaydon Hobert Sun Druggists Stephen SklUbory A writer in the Mass Spy thus describes Stephen Salisbury of that city who baa just given city a site for cii art museum Dud 100000 to build itII Sinplo in lila tastes and modest and democratic in spirit Mr Salisburys single aim is to spend money so as to relieve want to miss to a piano the lives of parsons of means and lofty and earnest purposes Iand to add to the prosperity of Worcester Bis intimate friends love and ad mire lhim ills gifts me sorer the off spring of impnlso but the productt nnxioas thdnRht yet tBey are never ac companied by troublesome conditions What a example Mr Sails bury is of practical wisdom and cimplq goodness QratitndocanucirontrnriWs thpwarm iuteroal which beil in tho welfare of his own mOU wid follow men Plumetis Soir a of the French showing Percales competitors can the style the shirts and shirt Thy are the designs aie it will pay the our stock before INEXPENSIVE for 50c for 65c v for 75c for 81 3J inches wide Gentlemen DKESSEO io interest them store stook of FINE Sritig wear ie s the choice Keep eye Commercial inform patrons prepared to Meats Prices the Etc Worcester besdtKal Bencrcijyor rIh will be an agreeable surprise to per subject to attacks of bilious cqlic to arh that prompt relief roilY He had by taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera and- iarrhoea Remedy In many instances tho attack may ho prevented by Uklng this remedy an as tho lln t amp toms of the disease appear 25 and 50 ent bottlesSLfgrTtnlng Hot Drops What a Funny Namol Very True but it Kills All Pain Sold Evorywhcre Every Coy Without Relief There Is No Pay Whoiiover the little children the lad ies or the bin want something to rcgulatn tholr liver or cute constlonllon anti biliousness Dr licfix Tin Tonic rublets what they mast have They A rmo and you sever fo itt Purofy egV oftnljfe 2c a vial everywhere For 8111ey HiPVdon RobortHonUDrugKiHts When Bcby sick ins gave her Cutoria When she wu 4 ChIld the cried for OMtorlx When ihe became Mba Bheclunjr to Gwtoria When aha hd ChJUrcn chI garothem Castoria I Dr Bells Anti Pain cures diarrhoea and summer complaint cramps colic and pains by hoaU R tbe InlVammntton It stops fermentation nnd relieves liU mo liatel v nil danger of fovera avoided by Its use 23c and bottles guarantees by all dealers For sale by Hayden l i MWnnnMsAt J WASTES CRE- AMVERMIFUQE I t FOR 20 YEARS Has led 911 VORM fcemedlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOL nr ALL Kl1GQIST I e StRI IT LOttS r emsTERpRIcEsIfi Jprices for a few days X i Fine Zephyr DMs Gillgha1ll1 REGULAR 15CXJUALITY REDUCEDvTO 7I 2 ENTsyrR i jl 11 1CUfpmCEJS NOTFOR Xoicrir i lfJr SHIRT fii WJIT Oitso1 11tthiig jtq 1t i1Ept1r fqil coffT 5pcioit50 Vfe anxious pleaabjyjftn dont in to in6ii seaou Jt rV fDM9GHORD ROBERTSON V NEW SPRINQOjARRIVLNGDA1LYo t1 i t 745t WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS f + 4- J f J 5ORtJ1 tAND FfiOFIT fTuis your You believe it if you will some to our store MU learn of the LOW PRICES that we selling Dry Goods Cloth ng Hate Millinery Goods FarnUhics Goods and t Wehave the Latest Fads of Pasniou as well as aullanv complete staple goods that tUe people are compelled have and w meet you on THE SQUARE Brojbef Farmerwitb fprijesthatccmpare your wheat corn aal all otyeQr low priced product Call and see tis t MANSFIELD SB6p4So SS j JOHN W GRUME SrSRXXf Nt iiEttINCiI1l ir LeBHNONvKY STABL5 SpeldlngiAvenneandMulbejry Street Back TJ t Tr i GOOD VEBItLES rRbTcLAss UQRSES- pecjal Rules to Commercial Men Sute and l14ekPriY4S Washingtbn Counlrv Trade SpllciteS SPRINGIELDc SAW ANn PLANING MILL MARKS MpEtIOY3rpps NUFA9r1 ERS AND1EALERSJN ll kinds of Rough and Dra3ed J Lumber Lathes loufdlgs qilags Frames Sash Dow Blinds Tobacco HogshcadsP7 Cypress Shingles AcmeCementJ last etc r I I Z t Bill Stuff cut to order onCashpaid for all kicd of Logs andseeui and get pricey f Office and Yard Jockey Aveniic B6tweenHaiii anJEailfpadt t While no physician orPhl ml LIt can conscIonUousty warrant cure the T o a Ayer Company guarantee the 0b strength mj HtialVirtues ot Amors r SarBaparUlo It riw tho Only bViod IHcr admitted thft great Wprlda Fair In hlcagoS03 Rtm Liver FU Wntc Pe cit lire aPerfect Tre4eiitIotColiItiP1tiOnc and Biliousness Ouetta ose t ir I Weak eyes am- Inn do tlO il1Ji Vis lion ii madQClOartY S mtrcrdthQy Pd feranulateil llclspr eftre eyesXitiiji- ntybo Bpcpdlly and eflictaally JI Jby tho eor Sutherland JiglP airimi ttsDnLpp lii tuhe and so14JJt guaranteo by alt denVenixFor salSb Haydon d Robertson Drvgglsts 1I pThe1 will be a conventlotfdT tAprl1 tb- 3reiamOVem5nt0fl oo grpwers ai Lexjiigtob foot to iiakl Lexlaglon tdbacco market i 00 i tt J ta get tiid WJlls sleeves lo tne v j are T l f 1a come d 11 N I tri i l v 4 f f i 4 J f J will are Shoes line of e f with flther 11t v tJf Norris Hquse i t i q t a r a r prlcE t j Call a nurlty nnd pur at I r 8 la lrnproprr qt fbd calwillause griyneaot the hair aitt- al tietll Escspelhotlsbytheusu 6f 1 elLabqpocltlcIlllsflt1r ltc ewer II ilRG78 IR IJ 8tmnS at iua1gtIcam TdUcuatiSDT1OP1s M psNsiItcmaiibg astLivuemt risylli 7 ernrrcctnssna4tt hldeatersseUh It fntpkif h SS cure41nJ zntnutcs ur srDtL7 P d A3i1cciSt5 SSS oooepOOaeOOg g 200 AYIM- LO1diuaifeeA centso eel 1 viIpntyoPriistoifl Neats LaXative are Torpid and 1siah Ltvr onter s o ItiiiatloujIed5heCtc 1lea1lMtt i0oril ages and aaeS tI IlIJlIJlAtile F1 ftttledy Ak i LI oJ1WciUr j 0 i THE NEWS LEADERit x f SPRING SPREAD OFKLL THE DMINTY HND STYLISH THINGSJ XC DRESS GOODS WHITE GOODS DIMITIES ZEPHYR GINGHAMS ORGANDIES ETd r tf MATCHLESS EASTER BARGAINS NALL DEPARTMENTS + fl e i r TV Owingo a Break in the price of Zephyr Ginghams we are enabled to offer our entire stock of 12 c fr1- r Fine zephyr Ginghams for 8 13 cents 1 r t 1 L r EASTER NOVELTIES FOR THE LADIES zr7 THEY ARE HEREv o 1V Our stock of liens Womens and Childrens Shoes iis now complete all styles and prices we cordially in vita you to examine them before buying We will sell you Domestics and Staples such as Brown and Black cotton Sheeting Prints Ginghams etc at the Lowest Prices YES KATE IflUUS dially inritw the ladies to inspect her stock She has jjastre r Bed from thb East and cancshow the Latest Patterns i rrn4AN EASTER GREETING A TO ONE AND ALL i t t h COTJNTBY GIEL VS TOWN TheFrederlekstown Corrcipondentof 1thelfelsonBecordflreethbfollowing at usIIi We noticed in a recent issue ofi that spicy sheet the Springfield News Leader an article giving an account of a visit of one of the Springfield young men made to tht sountry to call an a young lady His wit terminates very disastrously for the old plan janUfctains him all the after I TKion Bis daughter being the object of the visit dose not stem to iufgest itseli to the old mans mind the young man through alsorfatted to do so cntil the young f r trdtttUtman uses to leave then he Informs him that she never at one of the neighbor the writer of the piece then goes onI to KY about the young man being out his toll and buggy hire and to mention o rather sarcastically that it is all for the superior charms Jbf the country girl Rather insinuating hefwrgnt have visited the mach z more charming in his estima tion town girl tree of charge c Now this sees to us like nf air girlaora DOU je without this kind of under Bsod attack That in many cases 4 rtha is sweeter and more lovable 1f iivm thmore unfortunate a 5 wl11iliter any one who has vr taken the time or bad the 1 z testifyhW1itharrt ever Jtoxb tweet lips of the country t vfjvaoW exchange them for j ev f r ones of thetown girl 11 oouBiry girl never kisses i bL N eoovata time while the K girll is usually on kissing triivitb bout dozen Moro i iiJ llftSTy the country girl has never I Keen kissed irEbe isnt just street sixteen and it she ever is it p11 take a cheeky soft of s t = fellow to etupthe couiage to take x ofor thats the only way bedever itIt Give her justa cuaiice which the toWn girl wont i4oJjhEhe can help it the country girl will make the best appear r an Qj every time 01 courw We jlrfftiipV referring to regular clod vi9lipers tre Kfftn the girl in the t cfiamtr who hp had some ad ttfctsfoW Tiwi town girl will l 4 Will have charge of the Millin ery Department and she cor visit her less fortunate country sister oh es eat of her boun tifully sprea4 table for weeks at a time and then when she her on tbe street will her barely a nod of recogni Lion And her country friend who was her friend n the country but not in town will go to the hotel to dinner Ask her in when theres to be some social function No indeed she might get her new dress for the occasion and look better than she did But the country girl in a hotel She iis worthy of Gibsons best touches It takes that free and independent air breathed in early life to makt men But we do not mean to disparage the town girl altogether Tbere are exceptions many of them Some of the best bred truest loveliest women we ever knew large cities and move in its swell est circles and whon we want U be treated most royally and have the little good that lies in us ap preoiated most we seek their society And then we have paid ourlittle tribute at the shrine of the girl too We have been lured on and cast Off scores of times at her fair hands And the nectar from her lipsthere have been times when we thought it sweet indeed But fwe ever wanted and girl to call our very own which we never will now dont grieve yourselves to death girls over my eternal bachelorhood we Would get one in whom the country air breathes the greater number 6f years of her life haa given tba true independen spirit o ipable of taking care ol herself in any society Ntlsilly namby pamby who knew nothing at all Bucklngtiamo Dye for the whiskers a popular prvparatiou in ono bottle aim colors evenly a brown dr black Any person can easily apply at at home 51000 IN PRIZES FREE Use the letters contained In the text rMoxox SEED GfBOW and form as many words a8 you can using letters either backward or forward but dont use any letter in sane wqrd more times than it appears in MONON SzzD QEQW For example the words see on none weeds ere The person forming the greatest number of words using the letters in the text will receive One Hundred Dollars In cash For the next largest list we will give 975 in cash for the next 825 cash and for each of the next ten largest lists we wm give fl0fn gold if you are t a x Dress Goods Cashmeres Serges Plaids and Mixtures all regular 50c qualityi at 85c 46 inch All Wool Serge worth 65c at 40c Figured Mohairs andMohair Nov3ltitsT good value c Plaids silk and wool at 50c Fine Imported Checks Mixtures Parisian styles an Parisian effects and the novelties in Braids and Trimmings to match i Silks arid Satins Black Satiae Duchess Black Brocaded Silks Fancy Japanese Silks Fancy colored Taffeta Silks and changeable effects all of the above suitable for silk waists good at word making you can secure a valuable prize as The Monon Seed Co intends giving many hundred special prizes to persons sending them lists containing over twentyfive words Write your name on 1M of words numbered and enclose the same postpaid with 12 twocent stamps for i combination package of Monon Seeds That Grow which includes 12 packets of the latest and most popular flowers of different varieties also particulars and rules of distribution of prizes This word contest will be care hilly and conscientiouriy conducted and is solely for the purpose of further introducing our seeds in new localities You will receive the Biggest value in flower seeds ever offered and besides if you ara able to mako a good list of words and answer promptly you will stand an equal opportunity to secure a valuable prize We intend spending a large amount of money in the dis tribution of prizes in this contest We assure you that your trial order with us will bemost gratifying Write your name plainly and send list as early as possible Address MONON SEED CO Monon Bldg Chicago A Valuable Prescription Editor Morrison of Worthington Ind Sun writes You have a valuable proscription In Electric BltUrs and I can cheerfully recommend it for const patlon and sick headache and as a general system tonic it has no equal Mrs Annie Stohle Cottage drove Ave Chicago was all run down could not oat nor digest food had n backachr which never lout her and felt tired and wonry but six bottles of Electric flitter restored her health and renewed her Htronuth Prices 60 cents and 8100 get bottle at Haydon d Robertson dru tore o0000o000oo0oo00Aso g 200 A VISIT jIs a physlclatig usual fee A OS a 50 Cent bottle of O 0 g gOO 0uoIIljfiullt1lM tl pla i1 0- cIantaff l AsinUic 0- O o JTHiitforji0Y O orAT 0oooooooooooooooooo During the winter of 1893 F Martin of Long Reach W VII contrac ted a severe cold which left him with a cpuchIn speaking of how ho cured It he says I used several kinds of cough syrup but found no relief until I bought a bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which relieved me almost instantly and in a short timo brought about it comploto cure When troubled witha couch or coUFuse this remedy and you will not find It aeceasary to tro teveral kinds before you got relief It has been lathe1 market for over twenty and con stantly grown in favor aiu popularly For K lefafr23 and 50 per bottle 0- a Easter Parasols- In White Black Brown Blue and Red UMBRELLAS ir men and ladies froth the cheapest to the very handsome ones Easter SPECIAL t Fancy Bosom Shirts50c Fancy Negligee Laundred 48c Fancy Negligee soft 45c White Laundred Shlrts50cT- he best unlaundred White Shirt New York Mrhs cotton 1800 linen front cuffs and collars worth SI we sell them for 6Qc We ball your special attention to our EASTER NECKWEAR iin TejCks Puffs Bows Fourin hands Club House Ties etc Linen collars and cuffs Confirmation Suits Easter is drawir g near Out stock of Boys clothing is the larg eat in town Long pants suits and short pants suita in Cassiaeres Cheviots Clay Worsteds Sat riets etc 90c to 88 Our priced are one third lower than any other house in town Mens Easter Suits in greatest variety of styles and longe ot prices Striclty all wool Cheviots 8600 Strictly all wool plays7pO Mack and Blue Union Cheviots 475 and the baUnca of our immense stock proportionately low We take orders for the celebrated Merchant tailors M Born Co of Bhicago arid guarantee fits Come in andsee their simples ciiit tviK JI ouri at65Fin- eScutch Furnishings Ifor Infants and Children IMOTHERS Do You Know cw rtserta Batemaas Drops OordlAl many noaQwi Bootfctog jnijM most remedies roe children are composed of optaim or zocrpbteof 110 Yea Knew that opium and morphine are scup 7tai OJIG r De You Know that to moat coaadrngyisq UD not perm1ttod to sS arMba without labeling them pofaoasf Do Yea Know that Too aboold not permit any aodlTtae to U frm yow nalecs you or your phyddoa know ot whet It U composed f Do You KnoW that Oastorla Is i portly Tagotabto prepatssfaa and a M ot tsa lcred1ects b published with eery bottle t Do Tern Kmtrw that carts the swrtption of the Mhit tlemeel P1ti That It baa boon k ute for nearly thirty yen and that men Castes ta Mr Mid ties ol aU other remedies for children combined f Do Tou1baw that the Patent Offioa ptyartsMBt of the Uaito4 MMM MIl tt other cooatrlca ban lathed exclusive right to Dr rttober and Us ridge to tau tb vwd Oaotoxla and its formula and that to bnttata team to aaids priaon tfmm r Do Ton Snow that one ot the reasons for granttag this gowsea fit CaItoriA bad been to be M1teJ7 bna1eNI- Do Yow taw that 35 aY8q doiM or Caitoria are tuaULtt fsr U aeatror cut a dow I Do Yew xow that wren powewd otth1I petreot eM+stles4 y asks bt kept wen and that you maj hare untaoken rest I Wen then thissg are worth knewlag They are LMT taodaS1edpatue 0wrrn Children Cry for MtOfiMfc Oisterla THE N L RAILROAD soc One Way It takes passengers from the following stations to HEALTH onitipatin Dixilnew Headache Vertigo Pains In the Back or Side Sluggish Liver ui Sidney Troubles NEATS LAXATIVE Ask for it Take no other RUT LAXATIVE CO t nlsvlllt L- ITHOTELTHE BOONE FORMERLY MAN CABTOS TE BOONE Proprietor V The andBest 100 l50c A Day c Hbtel in the City J C llNoaly Itfftcd ThronPh- oneNo581WMorketStbet5th6th LOUISVILLE KY tIt f a s st r CARPETSy fk 256Ingrainvs874tfIngrainIngrain Super Extra v vVfhf i 57qv f l tMATTINGS J-l 4J We have allgjades from lOc to thh best atSTic rLinpleuma 37 6 to 50c Oil Club 25c to 40c Smyrna arid Moquctie fetogs WHLL P f PERt LACE GORTAiNStr Ere 8000 Rolls Wall Paper in all the new combination bets at 5c andup Lace Curtains 60c and up Wind Shads from 20c up to l ba vv i Chenille and Damask PortIerst ftgr i ryit GUNNINGHHM S DUNCHN i II something years cents preWcltsswn- bouuae Einest tJ i r THOMPSON a CLEMENTS UNDERTAKERS AND EMB LMeR 1 GOur equipment in the Undertakers and Ern balmers line is UPTODATE in every respjicU Caskets and Robes from the finest to the cheapfest furnished promptly We answer calls dayor 11nightand guarantee Perfect Satisfaction MHYG0Elsewhere tor buy goods when you cn kvr money bRpatronfzing home rnerchants W4 Are able to give the public the LOWrPRICES on y j FURNITURE AND CARPETS I cen duplicate city prlcef on anything ID 1 liqe A trial order is all we ask to con r IIWe you We will take pleasure in showing goods and quote riceswhether you wish buy or not r JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD BUGGIES and will have f i another carload in by the First of April t Also a full stock of Buggy and Surry Matr ness i SPECIALTIES Ii t i BUGGY CUSHIONS APRONS RUGS WASHA6 BPRIN78 ANTIRATTLERST AND WH1ELS1t 8 MKARRIC HflCE h pap 60 to sob aroufortan ewh i TAIFORI F iHonllrnJanet chicken itppt A man sue boycenrnoketrom4etoi eorodadayOrar5OtleIllustrated J1TIELIlltAM OTHERS Rid ovltle Indiana 4 rSHIP YOUR PRODUCE ToHaRNDO dRTBRC1PlMTI- Wehal1dte every thing on commission axd tlo tie targeetbiaN thetiewtcursuccesaYr x13 ls Ydregi OG1ut 110t7tiri g1rNt xprl 4 t t t J