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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Monday, January 25, 1897. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1897 new1897012501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Monday, January 25, 1897. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1897 $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. 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tmcet IryIhdTiis i- ydXi21rneet5 every 7S tHir soniKei every second rik MSNdaY beeb Ji thbs- I I X dABE3MOCt everi os2tb OtJKTY DIRECT CHIICUTCSUT Si js1Coart bejtJH on the fourth Mon f r 3i My 4ay and October YMeeou Jue mpbell Clerk j TW Kstis MaStPUiIeC si V CSW5Ti L5tlz beidGa tktkr5on- rCft oh Man- 1rftco st- oJKUI1wu j 5DIS Ciety SryeyQr Aseser I jkT SSjeesMbis1 Jau r Dew CMrtka1- J Ircya IISU1IUr1Y tlstroy the wnse t of sI sSnp1tsy din e thEa S1sSsL dntu4gI througiIf ao P4kas4Ic i fiIWIadvksd ecoq pserI phyesSE tki +irm4b4 a his tth4a iftSiMJ b SSattt0 I f Iu5L1N NMh- ntsna21y tnd Aii J elI7 II I t1re 7e p 14DENDs OF 10831 in iTsBAT The success oftbEii J1Je ant entertainment given by local amateur talent it seems has fired the ambition of some of the participants for mote worlds to conquer Dramatic talent which has been1y1ughid under a bushel as twerefox so longr is beins discovered and is to be made use of for the de lectatioDofanappreciativepub lie There is to be sol aD11 t- formet by anuthuSitIcini ei ber of the frfraternIty no iJess thaa live presentations oi the tragic the farcecomedy the musical or ttt6 Bhakespearean given by home talent within the beIsatdot these entertainments areto be gtTen tc5ald the cpus of omeI worthy charity buTt there is one proposed which it is aantvurjced ofIthe flayers themselves Tois isI to be quite an elaborate produc lion it is said and tha compan T purpose to make alittl tour arid take in some of tbe neighbor insr tow s With the money realized ifrom the fseveral per formances the players expec to treat themselves to a triQtQ moth Gave The date of thefirst of the series of these entertainments has not yet been announced It TLEBANpr By the way jt- jjjA is said that there is every in dication ol a good welcome and ifcrowded house for the bpnug field Dramatic Club which for tha benefit tof St Dominic church at tnis place will repeat its entertainment at Lebanon Fri3ay evening MrafG j Robertson who has managed the affair has received vassurance of a warm reception from thl good people of that town Tha ftdvance pale of seats lias beetFlarge and t di- Cation are that theOpera House W U be crowded The program ism h1the same as WM given here with SPO improvements 44 Jf iroiHEmDBtAY By the wav inhere has been anbr delay1 intQ date for the electionl to vote ntbe watte works afid electric light question and the citizens of the town are destined to see the day deterred when we will revel in the luxury of eied triG lights and water works Brepara on had been made by jIne tOWnbordot trustees to wall an electiottsto vole on the I tlfcitytlf ap CJ1e Ject discovered decisun which provides that such election shall be held on a regblar election day when candidates for state and county offices are voted for Co- nsequentlytequest1on cannot bp Voted for unfit herxi November ilHj mpre than probable that a regular call will be issued for t1aidIlY TSTGRTtr wish you would llmakeai kick in the NEWS V tEADEB said a wellknown citizen one dart night last week ai5 he groped hIS way from the Egyptian darkness of main street into the PostOffice QrlftkjreItkj lPffiI waylhOIlJeig tkt city lure an iget damages tot AsbavQ net heard of tfce threateald suit I suppose our indignant citizen arrived b6jB safely but t must admit Uwkt Ms kick abouV the lights wM wilt timed TrTay trquble wti thit town lamp keeper tMtuji jKibA that bagofs strictly by tb alnaaaao and wt eu the IMMMI tatchtduledtb appear he 4o i l 9i light way llamps Iifi jciouda should poaae up and ob t osjaccw1tk the t t blackest7 jnl faultofthelamp iij hteRHe 1SI not supposed to ha responsible for the clouds rbe almanac says moonshine and moonshine it should be even if their IS8 rainstorm pntbetapts Th lamp lighter ot1ldbe given a few1 pointers in adyance from tha signalseryice x The True Remedy T1k1lIwaJ10Chiefaays DJjavcryforCorn3umptloV porime ted with many others but novor got tho true romodyuntil wo usc Dr Kings New Discovery No otIijemb- dy can tako Jta place in pur home as lu It wo havea certain nnd sure cnic lor Cougbs Colds Whooping Cotigb etc It is idle to experiment with other Rem aches even Jf theyare urged on you as just as good as Dr Kings New Ils coverj They are not as good because this tpmedy has arecord of cures ncd besides guaranteed It never falls to satisfy Trial bottles free at Ilajxion tt Ilubei tsons Drug Store Get out of Debt AarmergiM this sensible advice To the farmer who Is heavily r in detI would say sell off en ough our land to payyour debtsInt tlie bstpricyou can it and be a free mac By stopping uIllhland you have left you will not ojily make your Jand more fehu merative but A heavy bail of dare will be lifted from your mindf JLK iman in deot is Badly haniiicappfedi in the race of life and under prey sent condition the farmer whois r badly in debtis like the poor Jffcl tYcfonly sink him deeper Let t5ti t u1t1JlIfeThe man who attemit8 tot kt money raising qrpps 4f grain and seilingjhem off his land Jn acrud- e8tatetprcenrpnceprn is onlya question of tjme jjyhen bq Trill neitier have the crfops or the and to5rajsqiem on Dontilit till yep tire sued lorjf your 4ebt8 for if you go into ib- cInihe lawyers ten to one yourb loeatntewl11 be consumed lcoits and commiasions Lcx Gazette i Free Bits Send yont oddress tft HP Dualclen k Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings New Ltfo Pills A trlpl will convince you of their raorltf These pfils are cajiy in action and are rConIlmtpbocohnovodl to bo perfectly free frpit every do etorj rlotis Bjtbstanco and to bo purely yogot tnblo They do noi waahod by their noj non but by giving tone to stomach 8nl bawels groatl Invigorate the Hystem- Itegularsiza 2c j r box Sold by Hay don ilobortfloir Druggists JIo was Sarictiflcd A county correspondent tin the Ilarrodbburg Democrat writes the Jfotlowirtgr Some nights ago the parents of avTccklaser young man in ho Mack yule hciithbcrhobd became very nn xiousabouthim Ho had been Sent to the village for something and mcetfnga ijang of boys they persuaded him to go to church wito prcscntntlchurch jjtratifa manner JJhoyouth at flat looked on in astonishment but bis blood soon warmed up and be joined in the jubileov netu njnlI- home1hC nut his1 horee up atidI doing he sny that ho re CtifiOOtin bringing him cesin prnyer ills fathei tb voice at thcbarn hut thathisIjkyij but1ntoadofbeng hurts lie was impionrigrGpd to forgivjliirni his sins lie was In earnest too Jor he was almost rroz noWhQJi he was carried to the hoq ie itna thawed pat he rqlatoj npwjfe haab eep ins i duceut tQ quIt bis sinning way First the bOy SJlfilttalked to himllthen tLe p6pchIivenIA waruinjfr irdrdr Tttuii helOt sbown hetJTgktt roUd to travel h j asked God jtt bripr hint to tHell starting jJlie qy rttifi ftjfDi wbiu I done Tkcro t btin 4L r l1 n J agnolmayofow 1eR8olessDie flf Ical1 uI1 t It iIJtenJ IPQpe pall atthegos4 f rK eM A tow months Atto MJ Byron Every tOOj1withswollen the full lonntlfj causing him gteat suflfbflnK lib wa AdvUod to trvJ Chamberlains Pain Balm The first bottle helped hint considerablyl and tho second b UQqpcctpc a ur bo25 and sIzs HaydpnSOcent are forBalp by i it Robertson L IlfflOMliRMERS j 1 4 Notices stocK keefl or cralriv ntoa or for ealo pr exchange inserted in this col umh Turn qirr ciunanr jrannori arq quested to send In stuck ir crop items publication 1Ri Two dogs killed 150 orth oFsheep for Mock Bros of Boyie coun- tyttt5 flogs arb causing trouble among the sheep in various psrthV tho county i t t4fwj Whitei the ucatan Man boihtGuy Wilkes atuctIon In New- Yurk Jor5000 able Wilkes- broughV5i9OO f Ht At the opening dayjjcif the Splan Howgoss Baloof trotters Jn Chicago go head uv oraged4JM Lord Clinton 203 12 sold for 18003 vfMud Person shipped from this jxiintt ta 11evI oni resterday tvfo car loath bf turioy5getb duces anti ohoken3 There vvgje about 2000 fowls Lebaiion Enterpriser r f P1 1t MI bavo tor tale abow1t rn Leghorn il1ols pure 1reedrri mostproI- 111tho best3ayingCwl1innwn n fTirimYAN iJ S1nf1e1d Ji tt iiW H Yancy wenttLouhvIUe last week to cell ya tofciSco Crop Hq cathe back vevywell siuisfledwith tb- opiee ho received HIs cio of an- hifdrior grade f1v rid about four ntttgI14L t t Several bunches of otook hogs and RIgs were sold on the Street hero Couniy Court day Oie bunch of fBhoats Vrqqght 8265 a head anda sow atid live shoats sold for 1525 for the lot TweihyonoioaaoLgood smooth- tWoyearold Bt ersbrougiil 2075 head i 1t- Mr J F Gregory of the pleasant Grove nelghborh cod has a remark able owe among his flock of sheep A few days ago this owe gave birth to twin lambs one weighing twelve apd the other eight pounds The average weight of an ordinary 8ized lamb la 1about1 An intolUgentfarmer of this county who lost all his wheat last year from tho chinch bag and had to buy seed wheat for this years crop gloomilly presages another visitation of the theJday and it was simply full of the bugs HarrodsburgJiemocrat 1 1 J T Mook the Danville horseman has sold toT L Biddle Eagle Falls W Vat a handsome pair of fonryear old bay mares by Mlmo for 1000 One Is out of a mare 1by Fd Kimball andtbQ others dam Is by King Al mont the dam b t one being the gras dam of the otb rrhav are beautiful mares 152 hands high and can lat 285 at the trot 5t ttroodtra are making money this win tar all alongilhollnesayB an exchange Even the halffat steer that are being markote JBo freely represent a profit reasonIin the hand beats q whole flock bush That seems to embod intbQIII idea actuating the majority of Who ore ignoring ropeated finl1iSh I in of the mid cheap nesS 9f corp Wo know hilt ono community in tho world whore dyspepsia Is prnctiailly unknown nnd that is tha Shakers of lJbunt Uononon N Y The e good people havovbeon stiidvlng tho subject iof digestion for moro tVnn tt hundred years and tbaUhoy understand pretty lorecoinJndHIl gotlontbat wCkugw tleT f can bo had ihrojiKh yoO druzglqta for tie trIilngsiim bTlOce ts rhe ShakoV rJIgresittyg Cordial BUppliesI the Kystora wIthfoodk1Leadv difiestwlr iUndnt the wunVtliaef kids ttia1t aige 0 otolf r 190 IwiIl Mi oaWnsfuntfy 4I JiOmyttbO8roi arYl lMitfms of itt ifluatiozi n5bb1Idw f1iarf o Ft A OQOD LETTER liftorii tlie Clcik of tie Cirinitl Oonrt ISi64MjhJJaOeorgjIOasc o8entl a bpltlp orCbembpinll JCougb ltimCcly Itwould not feel eisy if tJnowthcJ1wWI none of this valuable Remedy JnUao hbuse I ha o gIven It a fair test nnd consider it ono of lijb very best ro medics for croup that I tiara over found Ono dose han always been Bumdcnt although I use it freely Any cold my clnldron contract yloldtfvefy readily to title modi chi 0 I tun consclcntjouRly recommend It fur croup and coldaln children Yourshtespectfu1Iy t Goo L Woift Sold by Ha don ATfobertson GORRESPONDEN6E i CECILSllILeI From Our pethIDoruiponenQ Cprsbco61 has opened again Bfier a weeks dismissal on ac cpunt of Erof Montgomery receiving a severe wound on his cranium by a falldfrom hurse Miss Nora Medley and Mr Wariren Nally sperft Saturday night in Cle raentsvilie report havinga gogd tithe Airs BetteMal dneyandMiss Esther speijb Monday at Mr James Riney i c1InUreMisses Nsirn Mqdley add CarJ rie Smith are spending the week with us Mr Bob Einey k Grubbing r party was a grestf success munf of our Redtletoen being present AmoSg them MeasVs Marion anti Tim Cecil Wat and Will Wheat ley John Murphy and Arthur Nally alIanymore Mr Theodore Spalding the manager of the new store on Main and Buttermilk streets sends all a cordial invitation to j pair him avisi- tP51s51Aci 1 We think St valentine visited most every one ih this village except us S vTtfijt js our fiSt attempt at- vHtingi but 3fIt meetswith su CGSsviffe may write again BUSYBODY Mr Ward L Smith of JFrcdjoricks town Mor vrcS troubled with chronli diarrhoea for over hfrty years HQ had bcconio fully satisfied that it was onlj fl question ora Bliort time UlhC iuhhIlYO to give up He Jiad Leon treated by somopf the best physicians jn Europe and America but got no permit nont rollof OuodayheplckCd up a chanced to readan ad J bambCriilb 8 Collo 1nOwppnpornnd Remedy He got tlrp doaa helped Jam d uso cured him For buioby t3 ont toliCttott IcLITSEYI FromOuritegitrporrespouilcntMr n appUs 5s visiting the lamily ol a Qt VanarsdalJ Miss Lulio Campbeii and Mri Alice i3imms visited Miss Cora YanarsJali thisweek Miss Georgia Ewing has TO turned home after quite a stay in pur midstIMiss Mary West Perry yiile visited he flsister MrsV J F G regory several days th1swfeefc Mr Bypii Parks visited hit home one day last week Miss Mittle Van dail enter tainqd quite a numbed ot her youpg friends last Saturday i evening Alll preseat spent a deli evening From eVorwlJoro como words o praise for ChurritorlatnjilDbugU lioniody Allow nio to congratulate you n the merits otypur Remedy Jft fcurodrnoof chronic bnyinchltls whim tho dactor could ilft nolhlnjr fprnici ChasF hornet Toledo o1nnr Saloby Ilaydon l AUpbertSPn I 1 POLINtrFtom OurRgtilarCorieponaent Owing tQ tV heavy rainiSaluri day anti SatttnlaytiTght tkq LickS crock got up nntl di3 considerable dnm1igert0tihosalmnf on and near itWIsbJJir awIy lentesi gates TagonuIidesanlI cvcrytli iUt reach lin Ifim Uendrjinic iawl rnillwa pzdtly wlieilawy isnd- all of Mr Jcd llil1nceaao Hili wood dwagosii i i lrsTJTrcatiiiJivig J tI = weekii LoyiIkwlih her i61I 1Ti itk T ii j Miss Gertie Woford Was returned home after sev fDl tee 8VJfjt with friends ntIlQrr bur Mr Cal easohf several hogs toiln George SutBerlandat 310 Miss Nancy Crumd spent several days last week with hot aunt near here u Mr J A Brsliop was in liouia ryille last week J Hoi tojlDiOatP t6 glaailwltb1ttiiloserlimeot or settling Indicates a diseased condlUqa of the kidneys When urine stains lines it Is positive evidence of kidney troubjo Too freonent desire to urinate or paln fa tfib6acbi8 also convincing proof ibat tcpiMn a and bladder ore cut of oder 1VUIT TO DO loonenIexpressed Umt Jr Kliraers BwampRoot tho great kidney i Ady fuhljla erery wish VIIllverblnddcrana 3Je8It corrects inability tohbld hriqq andscalaln paln In passing it or ad ef recta following Use of liquor wino of beer and ovetCOm that unpleasant nscesstty of bc n compelled to get np many times during the night to urinate The mild andr oxtraordlnarf etfoct of SwampRoot is coon realized It stands the highest for its won tterfolcures of tempstdlstrcwhig eases If you nccda modlchia you should have the bestt301dby druggists pried jUty cents an4 one doUar Fba sampla bottle and Damphle bothsontireoby mall mention pOsqlIcelhamtpnNY The proprietors of this per guarantee the genuineness ofthla offer t year FENWICK mom Our Special Correspondent Would it bo mppsiajj ori goul- natureto ask our county paper to accent a letter from one who la not a regular coriespondent The few spring days we have ha J hays put the farmers in tthe notion of Ut least getiing ready for work J R Yoing has moved to town but his residericeMs a great distance 4rom the Opera House which i- swreQ nLc9mDl t d o g glad to say it is painteden the put side and the chiraneya are topped out Little John and Jot Polin ol Litsey spent tUo day with their grandparents last Thursday Miss BettieNunah does not Cons template teaching asinjiing fichooll nt present as she says Bbe doeS not know bass from ireble Miss Mollio Brdnt of Frederick town visited friends here last week Several of bur young men are thinking ot gping West the first of March We wish themlall the good luck possible 6n their road tc fpr tune and lame i TH re lbasbee n very little tobacco luppod from this L during the oast week Vliitt iis tbajcpatter Wittt iKe Tarjojexs I hear ono qf them talking of wrng tobacco rbqaV Arotiieyalred of rlisirig tine Jux vriousiweVd XUPd1it COISUMFTIOI CAI BE GORED T A btOouui Xs3the Greal ms- andSolentiiU wfll Bond Tree to the At meted Threo Bottles of 1Da1ewli DU Covered Bemedlesto jQaio QpDsumjptioa and All IJnnj Troubles Kothinftcrald bji moro fairer more phill antbropic or carry more joy to thonmict teg Urati the offot Pf Ti ABlociurijMi 0 of New YorkCltySConfident that ba has discovered a rat abletjnrp for consumption and all bronchfal find wcakneia loss of flesh and all condit Ions pf Vasttugr anti to matte its great nxcrita known ho wilt send free thred tloAl tj i ny nSfa of the NEWS botI who may bo suffering Already this new scienUBc course of medicine has permanently curcd thous ends of apparently hopeless cases The Doctorconsiders it his rellgtoils duty a 4oty which be owes to burnantybad- onntohhs Infallible cure Tie jipa proved the dreaded consumption to 90 a curable disease bovend any doubt aid has on1tlo in bin American and Euro laboratorles testimonials ot expetteiic fr m those benefited and cured luaU part of tho world Pohtdelay nntuit U late oawrag ion iiIiatiuOtedtsaniei spccdy and ett- utn death A4iiiia 1A Sjocum 1LJf Pine BtEe 4r rk and whea w4t itg the Jocthr girff szpeMas4 yoteMe addresj and ploa MisNitItharticle tnTnNawsLasiui i MACKVILLE J SOc tw J1 i j 111 Jhbi- rJ I 1 b 4 JJl 1if WhI 1tt je i J thi JJI I Ii t i 55SProfMoatagu Idissq4rp E Cheek4vite1 ittivs ie f 4riiercja4 Colleglaat Mocay It bg I rnatipnit holidayv w Ker Peples will preb M i t h Junction City next StIW7 Bumorsiy there dlJ1t Iy weduinffi Iin town tkta wt ir 1 7 tto t g to the illclt q er last Sunday IIilgbt thin ws- good fJo iaudience to tt4tthe Methodist UaurchtRev Pike l Mr Sam Mayes wbabr p i qulteillorsometlcnet is ttfwrV ffed as being better or i l i jdistterUtined at a candy Tlli4iei K Friday night Afraht peroiij JSWheat is looking Yery 1 in this section TJ Jaaaryf- reezes li injured it to sos tziiitf fa i7 iiiJtnHonClonishouIdnot only be pen bii4UroeglvJnlreleJUoA TfI best effected ly the se eC1sM 1tJinown BUindaid blod jMlrlfcr AywkdIiarsaiarllta v V tt aSviJUTI l p j11 o Everythia is almost wA i1 Qutin tblsc kt by 1i i r l rain whic tIUa wisk t Stock sale is qiilt l1 tt tJ vicinity rl ITeacber are Makiagi a rs T bolltlprul boole altt Mtt i Ii waSf for KhbMr t 1IfRobttkeiIT rojfamily of Mr JB HillIest a urday t Miss Ett lIinret dta5tweek5 i ottPtW 1vsecitloi vti jday 0 j1esExcuse mVv i1et l ttr i 1 suocfes to your ppc j 1 lwish of ffXVAU l i 54crAOroandXo7ai 1s The Geprfttpwi Nees JiIIrf pruug this veracious story its teaders Mn Ifiry Sisj welMrnown and thrifty frMIr f iiSof near Duvall Statlot iilitIIW- t iit rcounty has ort p trt years IHI dtneaticatIu ti 1e groundhog ijith mucfi s cc v Mr Slerfo1iM a Vnrroir ile fi3c1which ha captured jttrcfctM iground bogi Mil takii iiM to a suall lot oi his p4aes Jwr y built a close wlw MM thro ifc which none could eeeps tf f yerthehoge icruedo ii tIand this year there irtrV 11711 vsv j 3- Qfc this number ktr lar kili4t t 1f 1500 which he kM aiWw y J 2 and will saidkfJry u XSe V jv UTbIs a great delicacy ai krvi i t t ger has more IQMI rio f4i W A iJ rurntst lllU t fori ii Syear A trkerrqSh1wt Di1ytti j Jx4reaideiti Ilarrioe hi i t teu TiL4itthsPreiJ e utI1tsbesor irc L ilI0flOthe11oial L Jfiii Tbarii iI9E iiiid to bt gingnltrl l MH1P1IiE iiin thei1itail witk whkit Aithe wsrhonaaerci efi fiiii tdept It a44 tthat Gemetsi trrisen in this article W Wfi himselfith4rt IICtU ua4 vigor3ehttivv to sIaaip1i i that aye riaiid 1iXil jtJtruive by ppiitt hand keegeti a Maiii pise I wbkk the Jfr Hifft4t b4asa ii that rrttknm4 b IikteLsid Iw W cleyote a t1eis tat palNrfc A t t dtb ariictktwveiiiytpe4 HO r tW w try Mt4tr tk ejuI 1m4ftkst4a iq 4Pp ls ee fa IIa With the 1roid at Us te niqus fdtedllIlit iithsb dt bboku tUM thre 4ie Ipon theSfitJI s 4 tiametu tile sIbt Pre rtt Vy GtaeMl Darrpoo w1ISin suecesaye ssaa 1a1tw kt 7 wI u AI 4F r ww1w T lXt i k t iIr t rJi tr f r 11 x 4 2dJri l f 1 r TiENWSLEADj i rT mitIe TfifMISLEADER THURSDAY FEB 25 1891E i L DAVISON JR iN9IXNGE lENTS 1t FOll cIncU1P311DQERjyes aj rWe aro anthorised to announce H W JUv 3oN1arIou county as a cnpdhtatoi i forCircnlt Judge of the Eleventh Jtidlc vtal district composed of the counties of Irlon Taylor Green atid VasiiIngton Hdbjecttotho notion of the Democratic party ioycmberllec1lonl 7 SnSCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Peter f Vo are authorized to announce Or ochethPetpr oaa candidate for Connry 4 porlnt udthhoi ptiliic shoors for Washington county subject to tho ac 1 Vlpn of the Deinocrat1epzL f Saunders V Wo lira authorized toannounco Ixiuisc It bounders us a candidate for the offlee ofOouuty SupeiItJendehtb1Common Schools of Wasfefnglon counfY8tbjo t J ltntIJ THERE has beefli conslderablB osPecuiauon about theytr6ceu vJsit ot Gov Bradley to Jklajior dcIKIn1ey Canton Ther Cmcln t aati Enojairer sats of the lsiJJ atMrBradioYwas warm- lyiceivehdth joV irnor at 1 t dedchurbhiv3fti the PreslJi V I 3 tenI elect and ailer t luncheon fthiBjwo bady a vpry lorig consul t lalion regarding tlib Ken upty ion Asaresnlt of Gov ThdlO3sVIsftitJflayi besiatel donitIathtio will Jbe M wctra Hjipn ot ihoi Kentucky Legis1atu lItlilI next twci weeknd t al every ppsslblp- effor lllbI ms6Je tt elecV J11 fW YttkeV Senator k Th- who iian Jn allows his personal feelifng or the wishes ol hiS iactioh to inteif ere with thia nltis likely to f eUsome otMi Hanoaspo lIttcalprssDreMr Bradley JI i + went oh to Oleyellnd wbere he Ir v X tIhad a Jong conferenceI Hanna r fTSE heayy fains of thiEf paRtI 4ono mucb harm bnKtnclyande1SewhCre Xba damr Qhas read7 r acned i 4Si60bpOip At and aboyd liLts Jibl1rK and ten thonsadmn have beenma4eidle 17 tbe abutting down offactories At Louisville tti daiiger Itne ot iwenty fourr letwas pwspd yesterday Wap towns aonfij the upper partVly flooded The flood jntbe Big Bandy has s dune a fereat deaUof r araage and at Gatlettsburgl at htII thttltbe river 130- Jirousesjire under water FJo ds 4widiflpdsirdes baye interrupted trains iilhe Lexington and Eastern anti jhe Richmond Kicholasyille Irvine and Beat tjryille railroads The nan in the Kentucky ansi the Cumber lard has been rapid and destruc tiye Many towns and villages rare parUy submerged and much dagOhas beenL dpne to log POb SEN6B 3Lt MoRALE a Mad ridnew paper correspondent i as laHen prisoner on Feb J3ib i jr nd confined three days in Gen l Go czsCampJIehad gone fw1t1 an escort to ascertain the condition of forts outside the J TJlpge of Bancti ISpiritus and to vbenseparatedfrom his escort w discovered and taken to the officers bamp A Qpurttoartial was formed after refusalof r tke prison er Ito iPigh an act rec offj r J v foc death were ubenvjae when I Gen Gordon 1nAmeri an fn terposed an4 secured his release It Sat1 that Gomez iis making t t 1thjj war a reyenge for the death rdf jhis son add not a cause of emaricipation f JACKSON and YaJflug ffh m3iJi r J1fJf l murderers of Pearl Bryan bangMarch 20 Every e Wlllj avotbem from the gallows has been made but without satisfac tory result to ihe condemned men ovBradleysactionInt- hemattarhns been commend able throughout the whole proceedings He has given ample time to afford the accused men opportunity ql establishing their intoc Ice if riottg Httof the crime and their guilt beings tablished he has diligently car I ned out the mandate of the cotut and thus will be meted out jus lice to two of the blackest criminals that ever ommittcd- v crime on Kentucky soil t THE Frankfort Capital is re sponsible for the story that the Democratic leadersin the regis ilatnre intend toaaopt new tac tics in the extra session The story is that the majority is go iing to offer to let the sound money minority name the caucus uoa1nee who wilL be Carlisle perhaps OP Buckner or any good sound money Democrat The scheme is then to unite and un seat Cnimbaugh and putina free silvec Democrat Jhus leav lug the Gizal4sserhbly tiedr wblcli iisaidtoh1 jail the Blackd bnrfl pepplebopo for THB Louisville Commercial on yesterdy published a proeg sidnal Avbolesale1 and thppuigi- dttbnncthitit1ning sketches and Wlite ups Of the citys business and busipessmen The edition was a credit to the enterprisepf 4hat paper butasa prpspjer y edition it appears a little outqf place we should say under tEe present condition of things BENJAMINE HARRISON Ex President is the happy father of aJIttle girl that arrived on Washington birthday Its nam is Mary Elizabeth What is a cabinet position as compared with singing lullabys to the pmk little rival of Baby McKee There are more ways of serving ores country than in the cabinet PRIENDS of the Hon Augustus E Wilson of Louisville are al ready oooming him for Governor in 1899 He will have the sup port ot the Republic n of Louis ville besides a host of ethers throughout the State and should he enter the race will make some of the others do some hustling A TAILOR down in Campbells villa advertising his work in his homt paper assures the public that i ho fguarantees fits He should have an M D attached to his name and his fortune would be made POSTMASTER GENERAL WILSON has been elect2d presidentt of Washington and Lee Univer sity Lexington Va and he has accepted the position SOME uneatines has been caused by alarming rumors con cerniog the health otMr Mc Kinley Dr Dolls PineTarHonoy cures coughs jor you jig and old Most cough midlclnes simply help you cough Dr toIfor those who cannot stand the strain of Roughing Ask your druggist tor It Take no subntituto There Jr nothlne as good as Dr Bells PineTurHonoy Good druggists sell I- tCASTORIIA Par Infants and Children Thfzo ellCUWI1C17ofEverybody has a cpld sometime your turn will oome loop a bottle of Dr Belts PlneTdrnonoY at hand and be prepared fur ah emergency This mousraitutlyvIiJ cure a cold before It gets fairly startedor afier ithasatt1ed- Thosoonorou take It the soonqr you get well I iolJi tbebiitanedlclna for childroo Doctors rccoaunenSlt la pIacoof Castor OitV o 4 ONED4YIeuro 26 by RoDcitsoiTand Waters Browfle Feb jJmo ANEW OIttU KNITTINQ AND CROChETING of 04 pages over 50 original designs illustrated beautiful loco patterns BbjaWls booclsjackotsI etc has been published by The Homo 141 Milk St Boston jMassj and will bo sent with asubscndtlou to that paper The Homo is a 20page monthly flUod with orIginal stones literary and do inestlc topics nnd foabiona Its dojittrt moot of Fancy Work Tf4f special InturIheff ndorigIu designs 6ich Issue JThe price of liabscription Is 50 cents prjroar and will include ne rof these bookn As a special t Inducement to trial subscribers n copy of this book will bo given with a 0 months subscription The price of book Is 25 cents but a 6 months sub scription and tho book combined will bo 8cntfor15 cents Their annual premium list for 1807 will be sent free on applica tion PUBLIC SALE OF FARM As Executors of the will of Elizabeth Barlow deceased and as agent for Mrs William Reynolds and Thos F Brand I wilt on Saturday March 6OJ 1897 at 1280 p m at the Courthouse doojr in Springfield Ky offer for salel to the highest apd best bidder upon a credit of 6 and 12 Months the farm containing 96 dcres on which said Elizabeth Barlow resided at the time of her death Said farm is situated in Washington County Ky and adjoins the lands of John Y and T S Mayes on the North bcCambron on the South and Woo M Maven and Wilson Green on the East and West This is a splendid little farm well improved and in a high tate of cultivation The purchaser will be required to give notes with opproyed per sonal security and a lien upon the land bearing interest from date at the rate of 6 per conk per annum J1L A HARDIN Executor Etc Dr Bolls noTarHoner Is ah im portnnt addition to the list of the worlds most valuable medicines Harmless In Itsnature yet almost Infallible In it action it in undoubtedly tho most o Qca elena moans known today of curing coughs colds and kidney diseases Women School Superintendents NOne of the daily papers gives a review of tne women who have conducted the office of County School Superiptendent in thfc various counties in Kentuoky The State now has tea women who fill the office in the counties of Bourbon Breatbitt Christian Crittendon Franklinr Lincoln Madison Owsley Spencer and Wayne In commenting upon the efficiency with which the women have discharged the duties ol the oJBce in these counties thej paper states It is the expo rience of all counties whore wo men Superintendents have been elected that the interests of edu cation have not suffered by the innovation In fact in nearly every instance the condition of things has betH greatly im proved The schools are more prosperous the attendance bet ter the teachers more compo tent the interest more pro nounced and the standard 01 ed ucation generally higher The success of those who have neld the office has served to bring forward female candi dates in many other counties in the State and the women in politics will be a familiar story in Kentucky henceforward In deed at does not require the gift of prophecy to foresee a time when the majority of the counties in the State will have women superintendents The following counties in the State have lady candidates forth office Washington L rue Spencer Carroll Elliott Graves Uobortson Hopkins Union Ma son Allen Henry Bourbon Clar Madison Christian Jes samine MontgomeryLogan- Muhleaberg Trimble Oldham and Franklin j OUR FRUIT TREESGrapevines etc never Were mora thrifty smoother or better Branched Why tend away from home for your orchards when your wants can beflhled yyour n ho1Scnd your orders and you will not regreti GARDINER BROS DEATSTILLBj Kr- 6tf Nelson CoiJitf rr J WOMAN AND FASHIONS F Latest In Pur TlppeUHeW Stylo CW let CoversWomen M Florist I Of Interest to WomenS Furs and fur trimmed garments will r be worn for some time to come al though spring goods 1Ueube seen to tho sl1ol indow8Tho preecnt iS good time to buy furoi priced being cut alwaya after jtho isfr of January One must however bo a jadgfc of what W likely to prove acceptable another soasoa io as not to bo left with an old rtylpa their hands Among the newest offtippets szd 1ikely tQ provo one baIng niaiitelet tronta in snb1b or chinchilla lUs confined Gt the waist with aBysantino clasp A short circular cs1tpdraojingflap tabsfOr1R n TOT LATEST TUB TIFPTT lets and Is lined with quilted and flowered satin The fluted coDar I filled In with soft plaiHnga of ivdry colored lace Although it iis claimed that capes are being slowly superseded by jackets they axe still worn In largo numbers being eMU sUpped on and oIL Very full table and mink capes with a frill of fur at the hem and square turndown collar at the neck find a generous patronage The fashion iis to have a lure sable muff but everybody cannot faIl In with this necessity seeing that a single one often represents a Rhafl fortune The pouch shaped muff is in again made of black Persian lamb and lined with a very light tone of satin visible at either end in a rather prominent frilL Muffs made entirely of ermine have found no appreciation but a good many black velvet ones are trimmed with straps cf ermine and lined with bright cerise vol vet and seal muffs are trimmed with bands of ermine and ermine heads a gathered frill of ermine edging the light green satin lining Feathers nod fur are blcndedtcgetherthiscnr both in trim mings and in muffs pheasant plum ago and ostrich feathers both look well combined either with the favorite chinchilla or broad tail Wbet is a good useful warm furanis very often Cm plnrnrt for mnffe when the mantles are trimmed with largo tloet collars nun borders Corset COvers Numbered witti quite new things are corset covers without sleeves also way en covers which clasp the body tightly without wrinkle or crease Daintiest of all are thd fine lawn corset covers whish receive their enrichment in fine PAnrrr lace and insertions Some of these are in the form of the popular bolero jacket Others falling below the waist line are shaped in with tiny tucks insertion and lace and kayo no seams except under the arms Women Florist Many women make a success of growing flowers for tho market but because some have been successful it does not necessarily follow tthat all who go moatbeit and a knowledgoof its requirements that can only bo gained by personal work among plants writes a florist in The Ladies Home Journal Ho nddsI I would not advise any woman to tempt a livelihood by floriculture untilI she had made sure that slnrbndafiilitsr aa a florist and this she can only deIohio after an apprenticeship to some practical florist Flower growing for the market is a business that must boo studied and mastered prrclr ly an any other business ThC v0111uuor loan who thinks it orio that call bo made sue cessful without any previous knowledge or training is almost sure to fU for such a belief implies lack of practical business qualities which are thi first requisite to success JCURRENT MISCELLANY The second quarter of tho century was remarkable for the earnest efforts made by men and by associations of men to better the conditions of their fellows Robert Owen preaching communism and founding his communities in theJ western states in tho twenties Dna bane the disciple of Fourier covering the free states with nis phalanxes in thec early forties the American Bible OCiot ty sending the word of God intq 1000a000 homes the great temperance era sado rescuing 000000 drunkards nnd1 leading tho way o prohibition to high license to local option the outbnrstof humanitnrianlsm which reformed the penal coded whicli abolished imprison ment for debt which turned the jails from brothels and iscminarica of crime tholnndcwithhousocpf correction penitentiaries end TijQlSlutioni for the Tcfprmof juvenile 1JiDF ITH LM it W responSibloWOfEN tuctd J ell nry fiSOnnd mrpensea I 0permanent Rerorence Ercko cjeThoOfl8Starifl8uranco dressed Cblcnofi I ThE r TWCKAJEEK COUtierJournal1 SI A YEAKI- SsuedsWednesd ay Mornings f Beginning January I 1897 the Weekly CourierJournal was chang ed to the TwiceaWeek Coufierr JournaF Publication days are Wednesday and Saturday The Wednesday paper will be dbvoted to news and political topics The Saturday issue will be devoted to stories miscellany picturesFoefry paperEach e or twelve pages a weekan increase orBS2yearThe paper will not pUreDemocracyprinciples sill be continued sue cessfully in the future as in theIpast In spite of the expense in volved in the improvements noteI the price of tne iwioJta Weak CourierJournal will remain the same 1a year A feature during the coming year will be the editor isis of Mr Honry Watterson on poliiicijl and other topics of the day Daily CourierJournal year 00 Daily and Sunday yrar 8 00 Sunday alone Tear 2 00 TWICEAWEEK Courier Journal AND THE NewsLeader BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 We have made a specialclub bing arrangement with the Twice a Week Courier Journal andL wilt send that paper and ours for the prico named to all our subscribers who will renew and pay in advance or to all new subscribers who will pay in advance Sample copies of Courier Journal sent free on appli cation All subscriptions under this offer must bo sent to the NEWS LEADER SPRINGFIELD KY Land for Sale I have for sale cheap 65 acres of laud situated on the Lincoln Run turnpike about six miles from Springfield and known as the Tues Reed place There Is a tolerably good building on the place Thirtyrive acres of the place is corn land fourteen acres in wheat and the remoin dor in grass For further par ticulars call on or address MONTGOMERY REED Valley Bill Ky delinquents the abolition societies oat mig nobly in the cause of the Blare Sri venter Qrahnm preaching his reform ed diet at bran bread and water Mrs Bloomer struggling for dress rrfurni and illustrating it with the garment that still bean her name these are but a few of the innumerable manifestations of the efforts for social betterment John B McilnHter in Atlantic Tue DntUQ ArmY In plain English we need a larger army than wo have got at present That this should be so qjnnot bo regarded with any astonishment Since 1880 we have not only added Burma to India and greatly oenlarged our frontiers to the north and west but we have occupied Egypt have doubled the area of our possessions in South Africa have made u new empire on too east toast and an other on the Niger and have greatly extended our responsibilities in the far eastern archipelago Bat though we have slightly increased the numbers of our army in thcso years wo have not done in anything liko the proper proportion Wo have increased the empire by the area of throe or four of the groat European states and we have added enough troops to garrison a couple of inlands Such economy is the merest folly No farmer takes on a new form of largo size and only increases his staff by a boy and a donkey cart If ho docs and expects the men and houses whCI could only just manage the plowing be fore trfCplaw the now ground also boI ciids by ruining his business London Spectator Old Ago In England A book on tho subject of old ago published in England some time ago furnishes some interesting information concerning centenarians Of tho 52 mentioned 80 wore females Eleven of these were single 5 were married and 80 widowed Three only were in afilutout circumstances 28 were and 10 poor Nino were fat 18 in aver- sge condition and 20 thin Thirtysix had pcd appetites 10 moderate and 2 bad Fifteen were total abstainers 24 rank a little 6 were moderates nnd Jj drank whatever ho could got There were 7 bard Bmoiors 4 being women The average timo of going to bed was 0 oclock and 7 wpro bedridden Twptiry four had no tooth and only 4 had artifi teeth a AJ4Ck1labb1tsp iTber people oj Nceclrato thil h j3tt f T BRING YOUR v hi r i i fr LBILL HEADS il1 r ft LETTER HE ADS J f fr NOTE4 HEADS 7tb ENVELOP ff it t INVIT NS anQ terythin in thei Printing Line to us We will dothe work 4t quickly andneati t + f THENEWSLE i DER jf 1 r t 4 itJ M BuRTON N YD01i j t r f r ccJc7vV BURTON it t5 rBEN HAY ON sit mKAOiat r II Undertakers and f Funeral Wrecks ICOFFINS GASKET 1 BURIALROBES OF ALLt K1NPS i ic Ie FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly jty or night t vjj The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBAL iB graduate from a school of embalming have beenjwmj I r tI 3VJMBURTONCO HAGAN BLOCK SPRINGFIELD ET HH LIGHTNING lColic CrampV cunlsr Dlamt n0THEALa stsIibSChoIiMorbu =adNiuss lsEIs DROPSs seas TSSSGId 4LfSozi PMsHERD MEDICINE f u Ughtntno Hot Drope What a Funny Nome Very True butslt Kills AF Pain Sold Everywhere Every ay Without Relief There It NPaylV 9CalIS the tint medlclncrl hare tIOr lonud that would do me any good Prlco Soc sVVolrtnoajB by Having jMsnomigprcaaB They go In for good big dishes up there nIg1hecanand do It again while you are getting a blgswlftdogen stove all winter chases him flrflr times around a haystack and doesnt footfebiJ shoots qt a jock rabbit on the run he generally hits a mow bank thai isnt dong anybody any harm and isnt good rabbltspreadisGrafton ND Record s Reindeer For AJuka In northern and central Alaska there are at a moderate csMmato 400000 square miles unadopted to agriculture and cattle grazing but covered withttundra a long fibrous white zuossCIilrK donia rangiferina which is the natural food of the reindeer Thiai irea vrould IJ beCapable of supporting 0000 head ofdeer an4 ronld make a useless barJ ten waste conducive to the wealth and prosperity of the Unitea States The onlj way to utilize this tundra moss aud confTcrtTit Into food and clothing for men la = 1nto GerinanyandthateNorwegianrefij J of it for canningthe skins when tanned I are soft and of a fceautiful yellow color and have a ready cald with the U1I1l1UC a glrhresbbokbindings lair also is in demand for filling life saving Apparatus buoys etc as it posseis 5 a wonderful degree of buoyv Jybile the best existing Churchiti 55 t s WhenBabrwuakj1fO cWhonehovasactfldSdfcrk Wheasiobecamefl the rwhthInohadQ2udrnaehgMeIV rFroUnnArLAcilxa krasitbgensrsLdebIiit inprlrs IRON ICI TXR1 jiJtiJi U m cure 7OQ and rd s ICi lId 7hJaIldnferelD C1Mll BuckIensrArfeajazyeS fThe beat salvo In world Sor Cp s 4 Brulse Soresjulcers leers Salt I numFovesoresf tChappedks cCllbialnscorns iid ubd poaItIvo1 tn s or o p irequlredItia sate toIy iiect setior notte Pr centsprtioxatXJs b ftt orisons lrug Store J WantedAn Idea syWriteWMbJnston for thrtr a4 ot tno hnadrod UTMtfM Personal FaFJLc4pate med1creMstte4bs to any person aflUried wlt HygMifI 4ps chronlo or delicate pecaliwr t Addirerr thoh4lCX tyti 9Dri ChICan vk v t d 4- Sals S NJ E Uti iay other paper or magz1n Ie1birPI or about the price of Totter SaltIU1e1tMt1L wdenttQtbesey applying CMmberWII rJhaveaershapped aanaphronlo IOre8ei U r cadys CiNh Fwjust wnaf horse needs wfa WncUtion Tonic Mooi fThey are Mi Ihcnscentspcrpacb j c f F V A 7 r rNI t ii t0 1 c hfi r i J It 11E JSLEADE i1F 1l gYS1EADER h r riTJI JII VInYLTUURSDAT KOIDL ji tAT SPRINGFIELD IY 4- 4OFFLCvf h I O MCCnORD lfl 1 lUDntal OprallosYerformar TEETH EXTRACTED jiITHOuT PAiN In Hprthgfluld ory first Th dyaiid r1aayCach mouth f oFIoiristomcei Kan offieNo 1uurUiAe L LtsIIteKy j1 IJ b TtIffDr FFICZ 4tQ4PmTuedys and Saturdaydt gflGF1ELD ENTUKY J B Ii coop Rl i r tydoa Robertaon 1rUg tie Mi t SPRINOL1ELD KY i DJesBIIRTOIN TLTS tEETH EXTRACTED i1Ioir FA1Nl oe u Block ve1anflpII t iflIrs1i iJ KY Crm aiBridgafbri Specially JF GR ENES ALOON I have openeda aloqnop Math Street adjblDfcg the grocery of M Karrlck where I will be pleased to hftye coy friends and patrons call when needing any thingin InY line T wJi kep lairifif but tbo very best bran36 t e market ufftjrds Will make specialty of the FAMOUS YELLOWSTONE which has the reputation of being the finest r intb world Your patronage solicited and courtesy extended CR tON i TFiE MAt1 il Firs as hlerY Outlit- sbq ew r WJ and facit ad safe horses l wagons and surreys for so of excursion parties or Ipifers iTne m convenient jurid feeding P acein tpwn 14 t itMLIN Sr 3PRtNGFIELD KY 1fH 1tiR JLAMPTON4- a iOFFI E1 J OVER nUIlLE ItS OFIC k TtIpitkow tIiththonutds of 3n LTt91jehThLren yu1ydLa of mer- nraliQcrflup Wodo not cxa erata Tvrhou we state that everyone of these nnocentocoulil haAO een wvcd had l9feYUlne7 and rrtrheon glvt n them T 1in Une CUn you afford lo be without iu your household t McKenna Whiskey Ibis celcljiratcd hrani1ofwhhkey 1 keep ror sale at mj bar ami make a specialty of ittJor ffamily anti for 1 f lDI hclnJ1l use tf v a A TUOMPSON hu1Ttdtng tntthina SpfTerr 1 Vdley UonoWoml jTartjLver quick ty npcrruaubntrehcfIo all T i 4Prr L HHiZE MOV4 p we want all of our friends and customers to know thatw storeJBNhttJand the ciin 1 ud quality of our stock of DRUG3PAT f AND TO LETARtICLES 2 Call jilat the old popular qorner formerly occupied bythe LouiS Yule Store arid take 11ook at one of the neatest and most corn piete drfig tores ini the countrycCAREFUL ATTENTION GIVE TO PRESCRlPtl NS Jr EP= Esm WATERS A BROWNE SPRINGFIELD KY KBOUT TOWN saflahAt J A BHADBBB ONION Sets at Jos A Shadera SEED Oata and grass seeds for sale by O OJIcGiLL FRESH fish and oysters Friday and Saturday at Bells QBEBK coffee at10 cent a pound atI JOB A SnadorW Fnirmt fish every Wednesday and Friday at Joe A Sbaders NICE Mackerel codfish whitefishf and salmon cheap for Cash at Joe A SBaders rlOurlunche8an IF you want a light lunch at any time dmpjntp Hertleins land you can get almost anything good to eat in short order Dn WILDER the dentist will make his regular visit here next week He Wm be fond at his office Thursday and Friday LARGEST stock of Carpets Bug Lace Curtains and wall paper ever exhibited in this town at v CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN To supply the demand during Lent Kpnrad Hertlein will keep on hand nice fresh flab at all times and in any quantity Fish dinner every day nextI weekBonflTo the wife of John YMayoq on the 17th inst a nine pound boyI IiIIi is able to be out SPRING GOODS Cunningham Duncan are receiving An elegant line of spring goods including a great variety of Dress Goods and Trimmlnga White Goods Linens Embroideries IN spite of the fact that it rained in torrents all day Monday a good of country people came to crowdI County Court and to be on the of the courtopening big Very WMdooffered on tho street but few sales were made Some tock hogs pigs were sold at fair prices but andt lera seemed to bo scarce and most the stock offered was withdrawn 01I Bon NOB the clever young Deputy Assessor and Deputy County Clerk is operating a curious looking machine in the clerks office It is what Is known as a Record Typewriter and can be used to write on record books The machine is a new invention and threatens todo away with the pen almost entirely Sometime ago Bob was afflicted with writers paralysis caused from a too constant use of the pen so with his now machine he la now almost independent of the old style method of recording deeds Tho machine is just from the factory and is thoi thirteenth to be manufactured WAsmNQTONs birthday was not observed as a holiday by the business men of our town in fact it was one of the busiest days the town has had for sometime Tie restaurants and hotels did a land office business and tho sale and exchange of stock on the streets was lively considering the J continuous downpour of rain Horse Bwappingwaa the popular pastmeon- Jockey 9Vu and horses that had boon there before when trotted out got a gait on themselves that would sbamo Nancy Hanjks time Then too then werq swapped other things stronger than t a raindrops that cal Jected on the hat brims and formed 4jri f minature lakes that overflowed and ran in rivulets down the backs of the Imbiber of that fluid which made him feel rich and glorious and forget all about Utile George the hatchet and the cherry tree Certainly we are patriotic il JOHN Maj rand Sid Polin three colored hoys whose ages range from fifteen to twentyone years wereC brought in town Monday and placed in jail with the charge against thQml of housebreaking It seems one night last week Dr Sutherland whoI lives near WilHaburg suffered a loss of a lot of meat he had stored away for winters use His smokehouse had been broken into and the meatC carried off The negro boys men tioned abcve were suspected and n soaching tho missing hams and bacon were found bidden in a barn at the home of the Poiins The younger of the boys told all about it and the trio were brought to Jail- COURT OPENS The regular February term of Clr cult Court opened Monday Judge Patterson presiding On the first day about the only thing dono was to or ganize the juries and deliver the InIstructions to the Grand Jury The Grand Jury is made up as follows IL M ONan foreman Jamea II Mayes W E Ray Goo G Tucker CampbellJ0 Ghristeraon John W Hayes W HIMulligan Polin A Mclntire Several criminal cases have been disposed of so far this week J Tji Oder and John A Lewis charged with burning a house out In the Wml burg neighborhood were tried and found not guilty Morris Choatham and George Col via were tried and acquitted of tim aBBem11bIage highway Frank Crouch plead guilty to retailing liquor without license and was given a fine of IOUEL MICKRNS colored was con and sentenced to one year InI the penitentiary for malicious cutting WE are closing out our stock of Winter Clothing consisting of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits and Ovdr coats at prices that will surprIso themJ lot of odd pants that were origin lOne worth from 500 to 700 You take your choice for 260JWe have just opened up our stock of Spring Hats in all the shapes and at hard time pnlces We earnestly ask you to call and inspect our stock and we will guarantee you courteous and fair treatment Thanking yu for past patronage and soliciting a continuance of same wo are Yours UNNINGHAM DUNCAN DEATHS On Friday February 19 afrhis homo this county George W Nunan after an illness of several months The deceased was about fiftyfive years old And loaves a wire and several children He was well known to the Poe le of this and surrounding coun ties The funeral took place Saturday at St Rose William M Oarrico one of tim old ost men In the county died at his home about four miles from Spring field He was abonc seventy eight years of age The funeral took place yesterday at St Rose Mrs D one aged seventvthree diedat the home of her soninlaw Mr Plas Bjolly Sunday and was jarial at St Rose tir 1r SSt i FIst Woman Convocation Orator in United States President Harper of the University of Chicago has announced tha Lady Aberdeen wife of tne Governor of Canada is to be tho convocation orator at the commonoement exercises fhe University April 1st Lady Aberdeen is a politician philanthro plat and a temperance worker hav- Ing taken an active part in the Convocation of the World Women Christ ian Temperance Association in London in 1895 Nor does her public duties interfere with her domestic usefulness It is said that her homo lite is happy and thatfishe is a devoted mothernd wife It Is not generally known that mor adults die of Kidney trouble than any other disease When tho first symptoms of this disease appear no time Hliouhl be lost In taking FoloyV Kidney dire which 1s gunrunteclor inonov refunded PERSONAL DrShonan ofMaud was in town Monday last W O Rogers of Lebanon was over on County Court day T Scot Muyos andjT W SimmsJr were in Bardstown Saturday Mr Sylvester Russell of Lebanon is attending court hero this week Mrs J L Wharton has returned from a visit to Louisville and Cnicin nati Dr Miles Saunders left for Iowa Friday to look after some property interests Miss Joaio Lee spent a Jow days ot last weekiwittt Mrs Eunice ONan in tho country Sliss Kate Wharton left yester day for a visit to the family of her uncle at Cincinnati Mrs Scott MaY who hlll been seriously ill is we are plotted to report improvmgrupidly Miss Louise Saunderu left Tuesday morning for a vIsit to her sister Mrd 0 R McDowell at Danville rEmmett McElroy and Will Mo down from Danville to WashmgtonsIbirthday D B Sutherland the enterprising miller and solid citizen of the Chaplin neighborhood paid the NEWS LEADER a visit County Court day and renewed his subscription for another year Mrs Mary Craycroft whom wo reported last week as being critically ofpltrafriCLda entertain no hopes for her recoverY James 8 Hays of the Polln neign borhood was a caller at the NEWS LEADER office County Court day and took advantage of our clubbing rate by subscribIng for the Century and NEW LEADER Mr O Peter who Ja making the race for tho Democratic nomination for County Superintendent of schools paid this office it visit on County Court day Mr Peter says ho Is meet ing with encouragement from all sides in his canvass Tho hop given at the Springfield Hotel last Thursday night was a very nice affair Among those present were Missess Lyda Grundy Mattie Mullvoy Lullo Campbell Corn Van aradall Katie Cain Allie Poore Flora Mudd Zelma Thompson Lizzie Leach man Bertha1iaydn Naoma Thompson Jjyrtlo Mansfield and Mrs Mag gie Jpoes ilr and Mrs J Burke Robertson Messrs Arthur Smith Alfree England Thomas Phillips John Bovil andLogan Bosley of Lebanon and Bert Smith and H Holtzhouser BirdstoTrn woro the visiting go tlc S a ff t rP4 dtttbje t membered The music was furniibod theboyswhoeverything was done to moke the evening a success tr comblac8now nnadvaaceJof couglia colds lung and bronchial affoqtlo It ItIconsumpttye8andthought to have gongumpUon havo been cured by Its use rTHE CHURCHES f Tills colum wihte deyoted to the religious and cVurcn Interests of our town and cdmtnunicatljns and an nouncements from the pastors of the Presqytorlan Baptist Methodist and Catholic Churches are solicited The Ladies of the Foreign Missionary Society are requested to meet at Mrs C R McElroys at 3 pm Saturday 27 mat The rafn prevented a mooting at the regular day Hope there will be if lull attendance MRS Jis4 j The Comnittee on Church Repairs of the PresbyterianI Church will serve a bountiful dinner on March County Court Day The proceeds of same to be applied to some needed re pairs on the church Wa The Sacrament of the Lords Supper wilf be administered at the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning immediately after the sermon Preparatory services commencing at the Thursday night prayer meeting will be herd Friday night and Saturday mornta at the regular hours V Sunday services at Presbyte nan Church 11 am Sermon subject The urgent appeal Text Pr 958 7pm sermon subjectiTears Text Pr 509 Rev 0 0 Pugh of Louisville has accepted the can of the Bap tist Church and will hereafter preach regularly tothat congre gation The Baptist Church has been without a pastor for about six months and the church is quite Jortunate in securing so able a minister to fill the placeI 0 0 The Ladies Prayer meeting will be held at the regular hour Monday afternoon next at tle home of Mrs A H McChord The word text is Rock WASHINGTON LETTER rte Xmotican Pturieia Chance In Wow ZaUnd7 ooUjLr Lead Iw Tna Xcrt Deapoilod Gpccial Oorrcspoodeaoe If any American tamper is thinking of trying to improve his condition by emigration to Now Zealand lot him take warning by a report which Consul Connolly has sent to tho state depart nnt The consul says ho ha received requests for Information from American formers basod on reports that tho Now Zealand government was encouraging farm colonists lint ho says If a man bun money ho can find better land llm accessible to market and much richer and more easily cultivated In tho United States than ho con here Mot of tho land in this country is covered with timber end a dense undergrowth To cut and burn the bush and sow tho laud in grass costs not less than cs to 8 lOs about 17BO per acre This does not by any means Include grubbing out the stumps which are in mOlt in Etancca allowed to remain for a few years till they are pretty well decayed when If tho land is required for agri cultural purposes they aro taken out but ifnot so required they ore generally permitted to remain A Homo In the Ifareet Every practical man and capocllly every farmer who has undertaken to build himself a home in tho forest will readily realize what a prolonged and desperate struggle it Is nor need bo bo told that it Is no easier to do in Now Zealand than it is in our own country While the conditions upon which l land may be obtained are undoubtedly favorable a man should have BufQcicnt means to enable him to livo while ho lclearing and grassing his land and then l ho should bare enough loft to stock what ho has cleared as otherwise his labor is lost If a mn has sufficient means to enable him to do all this he can find better and more profitable em- iployment for it in the United States NIn addition to the drawbacks already mentioned there Is the want of a local market which ho cannot avail himself of to any extent hero and by the time ho has sent his products to England which is fully 10000 miles away thereI- N very little return for his time and bor in conscquonco of tho great distance freight insurance and commis sions and other leakages of various kinds Add the discomfort uud serious Inconvenience of bad roads for in the north of tho North island of Now Zen land it would bo difficult in the winter season to find worso roods in any country thnttheof yellow clay and pumice awl that for 100 miles at a stretch there ia itttlpor no good road material Crow Taxes at That But notwithstanding thoso ne times hjird and Ttiunvitin conditicn L isREOITrLJ + 5JtLE= Iff t Qorft miss his opportunity of getting the ifjlt REATESTBARtiAINS eyer ti t offered before Ji t We have vaiIetybf s ffW1 p wwiILsell you for about MM I IU PRIGEwhichI slMrir in this lot and get IInLI RG AI I 4viSotae of the best makes of Shoes are inclUdedXf T in this Special Sale vj + j r 2H j J We are now receiving dim SPRING STOCK of J SHOES iill Latest Lasts and toeSjrfbr GentlemenLa It ies and Children V J Jspendi i + l1 M9GHQR RQBE T8 t J f J j JT 1 1f t re I t p rt I t goboldwhich it is very difficult to do at times he is as happy as most men of his clasa onywhero in tho world The con desperatelyhardaatiieyaroinmany tries of the old world Tho climate Is comparafivelymlldaiultcmpemtctierobeing except in the southern portion of the Middle Island where sometimes there are considerable frost nail snow in winter These conditions are largely enhanced by reason of tho fact that no man pays any taxes to the state customs dntics excepted until he ii worth over e ti00 Neither docs ho pay anything for educa tion or for any other purpose in tho way of taxes to the state but he is not oi course exempt from taxation for local purposes such as highway im provements ia tho country and Jf in the city if he bo a property holder ha has of course to contribute toward the maintenance Qf the city government lilt is an undoubted fact that it has been the aim of Urn government for many years past to relieve as much as possible the cougeitfon in the large dtis by affording every possible facility to ward placing men on tim vacant lands of tho country This accounts for the numerous systems under which land may bo taken up The whole aim Juts been to encourage the occupation df tho land Xlrt Vpatbd In the Moons Tlio condition of land ownership In New Zealand is an iut rceting study By treaty with the British govezuncnt nil tho lands of the colony were vested in the Maoris nativo8umd could not bo alienated except byi their consent But early in the history oi tho colony the Pakeha European with his usual earth hunger began to manifest his superior intelligence over the poor unso phisticated Mood by acquiring largo areas of tho very best loud in h colony for almost nothing Thus this scheme If despoiling tho natives of their birth right continued until the most fertile and easily developed lands had been largely ncuIredbothbythdiridualqand- eompanlesaornetlmeslnblocksof lOO 000 acres andover Itis charged against tho church missionaries that they were as great sinners in the acquisition of valuable lands as were the laymen Tha distinguishing feature at the present land system Inyolvcs the princi plo of state owucrsUipof tho soil with a perpetual tenancy iu tho occupier Most of the cu n lands ore nowrdla posed of for terms of 009 years Tho rentals are based on the assessed value of the loud at thQ time of disposal without increase or rvcurriug yalua tions The values placed on tho ronlands are na n rule low Tbo limit that a selector may hold is so flied ta lo cu courogo tho class of small farmers and up to that limit tho amount he may ooct it loft entirely to himself The act defines the amount of land anyone may select at 640 acres of first clans or 2000 acres of Bocondolwa land inclrfslvo ol any land ho nareftdy bold The RoT esunent has also encouraged settlement n some cases by advancing money for the cultivation of rented lands CAM SCHOFIEIIV I INVENTORS AND PATENTS f Xortb Carolinft ionjatvontor to Avery 18597 of ItlPcopI There are 4854 patents for boxnn nfnctnre of furniture other than chairs Of mechanical motors there ere 1775 known to the officials at the pktcut ofIflee Tho Inventory of artificIal atone and Iho manufacturers of lima and cement- bavo taken out 1169 pat The art of printing coveredby 55S patents either cf machines vt special- rfeyices employed In the work The yoniosi American idea is taught Joshoot by means of loa patents issued oa 03 many educational appliances L tIt goeiletxri rv WORMS A OREAlV ir45iji T K FOR 20 YEARS lHas led oil Worm Remedtaf i p EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD 33VEBYWHERE- mvmtJT RV KTA if pfl-1 Slop it- a 1 Get anrOe cMs3sII s era GWsq1Msdkfsccsn- taiaatarnps H tjp5sy pert issk1I orcxpresup TIM JJeekY frw 1900 Pages uoeoltMtefttfeMi qSsss dptione eVtytklltbMI sisd r In life tcDaw what7Ol paywhetherenbayeUs lOearofltfromreabsc1s Osk I10rfcIMten1 iiu6MIc- b1pAvsigtritki rw r t i OINTMENT CURES KPTHH G IPllESIIA SURE arid CCRTA1M CURE known for 15 y r Mth BEST REMEDY for PII t 8L Y ALT ZVRZIcZ4iDN1 s Most drugRlstanell you vrbat you ail i F for Some will ask you to take some thin which thoy clttlmja justasgpood cJithfmHoney Is tbo best cough poM and grip fJJ j2iIIkoIlrf JIncipient consumption Wcur d wlti Dr BOlls PinfeTitnoner InHjfmaoir aIlarf nht t 19 l f is topp When thI KingOfthEIt si tiles road to health lea a bottle today ITo say sometiiInIt one thing1to v tprove IISanotherWe caniprovc that DrBolla PlneTnr aioncy Is the b4 cough remedy oncrtb unless you ielit lirylt If you do this and dont afr with us you gofi our money bck fruit any rugqtatr Croupthgreatestonemoreliikllind Buccnm aionoeto the soothing tuuSonce bfDrileIlaVIieTarH aoyIJnR cblal affetionainao Ibtir dimner wtaft Ills RtORtromPdy is at band No bows thould bo wlUjout it YtThe entering wfdo ora fatal com plaliitIsoftena sllwlit coldt whlcJi a d for two of AyerV Cherry PcctoraT inlghir Mlhvo cuieU 5tJ tho cbmmencaasehU Therefore His advisn o to have this prompt and sure rcmodv always at JwuMt ia meetflp emergency honld i3nwth4 F IJET iOU21oN TIK tselmt1 ybesttb atCht JflJ4nR D4es a uitlmilcd tpgusnuitc Jt to give sMii cUrJt mmllcaocS tt0f i v t t 11uPIr i l 4 4 fi J 11A il c V JN i 1ZFIIEi NEBLE t li t A1 q j I s cmrru1 ea MiDeca1 neither j4AecIBefned1 forConsllpa l SIoIHCbDlarrhoeaI- I rAxWU1SiOflSFeVCr1sh adLossQFSLEE- ojsje5gccort p i j xrw YORK 11 f j n t I J cArcoPYQrWRAPFR- fIiI OUjt bingListt Tbe Jicst J ragazines and New spapers pubiiahed in the country6ffeied at re i diiIed rats to JJ EWS LEIERiukscrier- f iaAVap 3ial iindocemcnt to new gabscribers and old ones who renew veljavcal nd Jittlft trouble and ex CDtBithI a lirie ot magazinesi f newspapers to offer tuehi at greatlyp reduced rates In somo casfts wes oiler you thoNEWS LEADER and the Bother publication together for on- eearattIrn price ortJu one I i8 the gmotto begin and rfliA 1istsomeoI tile offers WTH NzwsLRADEH C nor 2 istjU Posf ll1Jy S275 3urirj JourLaltiyl e n wk 150 IouisvIIe ommerci4lweckly 125 1omoana1arm 140l 175IothnrnmBrctaITn1i u I4Qr r QincinnatiEnqire t c I 40I r C t YCe t10Dnii tlt rst te P001 frym an t t Ohitf farmer v In 1301 Cenjnry Magazine 451- Southern NclJohs Floriut arjdv t 8501I h A Afdcnr 1 j5C 4MyfJowor J3Q lUrpirB Mapazino J 4001t L JllJlP rsYekll Harpv s azar 42I 25a1riYWoildMuneys Magazine k 180- M Ptto Mngnziri 180 t Ldj flonieIdeaf 1001 Rc1w of Itevicw v SOai v4ts NAFVINS ia Arobstitafo for sI1qto t t occbo tbonoexperte 1SnOWmndo vermwoo4pii1p ThQ city t1 St becoming odemizl Thero p ghriqtltij t omc jriut1O ctty spe 4 ott i101h cconds for A motor cytfld jpiibitcd nt A2WPeria1 institute Dbnlon t lanEastboumo Hugloud papcjr aronots grandson soffs to give ns in Iicytle riding lUngs n lesson JE million crof fofjjQpcnt down bverj year to aupp1ujxerni1wj r vcompanics Vith sleepec Mshicli tho linesrart laid T w91n1scorEct w rii zwfth only TtthoTCragoQgrco of tightticsacxcrt3 auro 6f 40 ponnda alho organs Ithoycompress hp Salvation Army has jioyftvo di Tisicns1ia Germany vitkh dqiiarters jtatBerlini Hnmhnrg Stuttgart Esicn tlKo lgsb z 4oheTJnrYersityof CotlaItibifffio largestaJRI1ie world Every ycsu lit cxiuaines ffitt tOOOfltndeutx x ptaljeugth of the tiaachestey j na1iqSj12n1i1e Tho verngo a Jdtr1twn ltlYcli l1 nuC1h I 3rndeptht2pfeetQttoo body ci a uotcr jlb brigand iJ1t1y kiUd in M OLIdn110teboo w1fshoWfd MJIIidniatd 193 men iTJ tist t fursi f pcoJIspttoi f kgtb1yerngeS t lM IOTeJ pr XceOot3nel Jlwr1IliauUfactt Otcxpfosig ila U t W CI1ret r r 1r i oucfe= E7- C THAT Trim FACSIMILE i SIGNATURE OF lIS ON T1- WRAPPER OF EVERY I J30lTLE OP CASTORIAJ OutoU ia put up la coasts kittles only It it act 1io1dlnbu1kDout nllc J anyona to pail you anythlug else ca tho plea or pramlso that it it 111m u good iflanswte erery iGce that 3cact QASTOEIA n bn tw t f Iunr PIEASOREYILLE POULTRY YARDS WhIte P Rocks nndLt Brafimats Pen of w P Hdcks females scorelM to U35headea by first prizO feockerel at Louisville show scoroSO JLInt prize pan Light Brahmas byfirstfa u Ea6f1or7 lot J PMrOHH learijyiUo Ky o h According to tho rnt1o4vhich ia ycammEnglandruary will be the summer months about 726000 years jicucc Tho ashes of cool from tho mines of tho Transvaal Coal trust ond thcr com annlyztnine pennyweights of gold to tho tontIn respprise to a request from tho Egyptian government a mission is about to bo sent from the Pasteur institute 3iri to Cairo where it will make ex crilnent8 with the now nntichplera eruT Every dayJtho Thames scoops out of its banks fBOft toM oLTuatfe qr OOOtQIlS a year Afl tiIrr of tho world are cOmg a similar work the Mississippi at tho rate of 800000000 IjBnycU rCccntIyhndplncm1rf1 Tho Via Toledo informing tho public fthl1ttho title of duke is offered for sale inquire within The word its is very frequently need in composition yet it occurs only oncoInho Bible in Lovitlcusxxv ThatWluch growoth of its own accord reapBtlfsay tliia word does not appear in the Bible The guardians cf tho pOOrof Leybura union in North Yorkshire England haTareooivcd a cheek for 500from a glvenJnrchild bctrvvcon theyears 1821 end 1831 being for the amount expended and 240 for interest According to official figures tho annual coustfrnptiou of beer In this ow yenrsTho000000 gallens annually gives a con gallonsperheadofgallons per head in 1870 weatherTernraihyay company Tho engine Irk craat distances cf about three miles givQ certain nhriir whistles which form the fruit grovvcrs and farmers and others whom it concerns what tho fu tine weather ia likely to bei Thor Japanese ore tl8Oi1eqd pojplo in nlmcti everything but raJUs jntfo tho2flwC ipJnplpl ta TRte tbaTjokycYokohama hagith hoiu crpt hcf best tImoan average epegd of l9tnifcs70 chains per hour fert ranks h PfnunYoko6nka road with oil average ispced of 10 miles 18 chains A graphic Idea of the immense size of Siberia may bo gleaned front tho fol tcsJdngd01W ofjbocrianimmenso country Tho largest gray wplf killed by dogi so far 03 yet heard from was taken nt Ufo CfO hills Wyoming The animal measured 5 feet 8 inches from tho point of hisfcose fo tho rootofl ills tall and topdai inches high From the point of iJncze to theltop dhls1c d was 12 inches aiid ibis hide and head alone weighed 0 pounds About the quOctestnewspaper is Lo Monaco It is issued weekly is admira bly printed on cxpcnEivo paper and its news consists almost ciclnsively of figures arranged in long columns These figures tell in whet compartment of the itheaWrb3ksMbasine83 U + iITioro is iu the ttrougrpoms of one of thq oldest private batiks in London Vi laigoyquanllty cf jewels plafo and oilier valuables which was deposited for safe Cf070theirklongnxgjpfier t ts rn ill nJnitiu8cl1 dI2i tnlltlptQbl11j always will f 4 r ntglcoITrain e eilImmbl y buSh anirtree Is BJBidsw wood and Jaaey Tbcl htNItarJlllmn plsb6cmdrmoru Boca SEt on L urna hint nstead of tirds now to worn The leliC9heat rarodlFulf y Tthlcli rats and men tojbthor waged Against tbo TFlnB c4 ofer 11i1l1alsh1 lth rpn ecrcoSk BatnddeO pus t1a iv cnp1dIt7jHaO 1J6 morn ht jltPlrmadl1 crrvr f V WHinrtartwidiedrs And aro Ktodtljbbird and I jf 1 And join In songs and cfcccfm klout sxnttp4t gh5andao IkcaaM ouLaurne tIntral birds vrtirntrw to WOrn Tholl no o cats flints on Zleto- uJt often happens that there Dr cro1ipot3 on a negative caused by specks jiif dust jNori jt which ifnot covered in some way mako black njct on tho silver paper end mar hihclcantyofn Cue picture With h little praciicp ono aai learn to flU tip these defects Eb that Theyiili bo scarcely noticeable ia tho printlaor thf1Jtouching varnish on the end of tho finger and rub iHightly arid evenly over the places dyinenough in thrco or four hours h1c0 tho retouching frame bu a tnblo1Jyn lightc10S0thab1ind upper part of tho window and place a sbcctof v hito paper under the frame on tho table Place the negative in the framo amlOTcr it put n piece of opaquo paperiwitU1a hole an inch or two in dicm er pcning ever the place to bo rctouohcd This also protects tho film and shuts offs oTlAlight except rOm tho pointsto bcttreited Now Iftho hole is a largo end rak jtli0 brush and moisten i Jtt1oottholnmpblnckinthof tumingittspotimctlyt t pnint carcmn11crivani the edges nf the spot tdkiugxqrb that it does riot touch the firm but comes clqsd to it Let tho paint dry and if tho first application h densitydthJ40prcccss If the operation ia not success ful tbp point can bo removed by apply ing a littlo turpentine on n soft clcth Harpers Round Table Not a Peach It is saIl that Stuart tho celebrated portrait pnin er find srcall patience ivith tho fault finding of those sitters who preferred flattery in a portrait to tax ex speakIithisfecliug suoch At ono time a man and wifo camo to him id havo their jtortraits painted The lady was a womonof much chorac terf great kiud1lossQf heart nud withal thnpshadappreciate her rnony virtues but she was extraordinarily plain in her per eonal jippoarauce When her portaiifrwas finished tho husband wax not pleased Ho wanted eomopf tho peculiarities of her face softened 6n tho canvas though in the crlgiiirJ nothing could be dono to isa prove them Stuart tvith unusual forbearance did his best to acecdo to his patrons wishes and yet prcservo tho likeness When ho had done nIl that seemed to him could possibly to dono in honesty to his sitter ho sent again for thohusband To his disgust tho man expressed himself as still dissatisfied with there suit At that Stuart throwing up his Jtointo a soliloquy What a miserable lifo tho artistfi 1stt ho crJnl Vprriod to dcatli by the j BETTING II ArBverjrc q a trylnff ordeal to face Mp iturofmotglvcn prcpfer assistance Moth4rhiuithe beet fcelp yp oua use at thta tujae itb a liniment andjvKen jregujariy ap plied several months before baby comes rnakesthoadvonttsynndnear1ypalass sickness relaxes the overstrained mus cles relieves tha fatended feeling short ens labor makes recovery rapid and cer taInwIthoutanydangozusuftehffectaFricn4 PurPose vizr to relieve motherhobdc danger and pain dollar per bottlant nil drnsXtorc or sent bymI1Uonrecelptof price FBBn DOORs contAtulnz valuable Infonn tlon or women will bo fOnt to any addrese urea application to T1I RADFIELDREOULATORCO Atlanta 0 O1mSpntUI1lfHC1Qis lent potato and findsauit because I cdnnot turn it into a peachl1 Youths Companion How on Emperor Hodo tdtbo Chase uponfourof timber lined inside with plates of beaten gold and outside with lions bkinsv for ho always trayfeb in this way ou his fowling expedition because he IIkeepsgerfalcons and is attended by several of his barons who ride Qn horseback alongside And sometimes as they may be going along and tho emperor from his chamber is holding dkcojirsq with the barons ocb of the latter shall excl hfi Tjenthechambcx thrown open and having mnrked the crames h rocs ono of his gerfalcon whichever fie pleases and often the quarry fa struck within his view so that ho has tho jnost exquisite sport and diversion there as ho sits in his chamber or lies on his Led and all tho barons with him get tho enjoyment of it likewise So it is ubt without rca son I tell you that I dp not boliovo there over existed in tho world or over will exist a man with such sport and enjoy mentns he Las oryitbi such rlrAq1 portunitieii Tho TruoStory of Marco Polo bj Noah Brooks in St Nicholas A Story of Olr B WIUDum13on One of the best kuowtfistorica ii con nection with the lato Sir Benjamin Ward Richardsons advocacy cf temper anoetollabowliohndbeenounylsittooneof England which have uO public house Although there were 4 000 people there tho doctor was nearly Starving Ono day a young medical nan came to Sir Benjamin for advice a4 to taking thO practice and Sir Banjamiu placing his hands on tho young doctors shoulders said Toko my advice anddont Those wretched teetotalers not only shirk ac cidents but whan wounded heal safest that there is neither pleasure nor profit after tho first drcs3inci Westminster il THE LNEs J LEDR1- I I i f I t GIFT I Times are hard and wo stacd treat We have nrlranged to trJ0k j our subscribers aRift that u ill la ft the whole S year We yijt send every pprsonwbo caUs at oyr office and gradegW w 7RSit iijr j6z mhCAWo Polished at Springfield Ohio A jpracU al PftttJI exAn1 sand keeps Us rbadors posted on the 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