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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr i r A t r r y c It 4 L 4 ir i THE NEWS= LEADER 1 I t j i itNew SeriesVoL IV SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 11 1897 No iCY i ft q NWDERb Olldt Iy Purl v teJebraU rl rt1ev lortre SJ1 uni ItsakkfabMss Assam tUe toot agaUutl alaa ad all forms of adulteration oajellto Un cheaper brands EOTAL LXnco fowvzs co HKW YQBK Buclns Notice W tsLocator ce per eQ lire fer the Int iwrUOn45 eea1llf rHeetludiiUs aea UMeutl poUtterl Matter iii 11Jtp1I2deiYCOfZOOdL j DAArertlrfar rebtri s 101 liberal ealOUtMriM sad resalBtioas of respect 3 f unrotrxranmrTs t aiy tfatfsUitw ISO cntrOIlert 500 DkkfctOOees i 1000 CHURCH DIRECTORY i BAPTIST HuRCHii Ksv C 0 Pn aPMtor Sendees every Sauday at a In sad 8 p m Banday at S3 Prayer Kaetia oa Wed Saiatktat7ZO p METHODIST CHURCH t kin B V Atkinson Pastor Services on Tfr4 andTblrd Sunday 1aeak nthii na k PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCrf KeTKEO tAWIOIiptorSetTtce erery Quta f at laBludlpll1 Pr y trtCMeyr ntBhf t CATHOLIC C1IURCH n FRe6y7MtGr SerThociYry 4rtil 4 14 oclock Benricn aCiikCWst cPWXTIRNWLOPDERS iCnejnoLoDOE 8priagfleldloJfeNo50 c if etotooad JoIlav ia each TaoaA Watklngton n OrhipteNo f7 meet lfoH meets every fsiLrtXsatyKESI Meets erery second sbMl wrtit Meaaajr in saca mouth t Xirtsars 01 TD I Meets erery ftrst Wcaaesisy of eachmonUi CCUHTY DIRECT i v CUrOOUTy Circuit Courf begins on the fourth Mon- tISl W jl gwewwy Coimnonwealth Attorney yCmpb IOieft T W Shut Datwr Comtolailoner UAItT Y COURT OuarUrly Court Is held on the tkird Mob g27 1ziary priJJall andOctpber t ut Thwps8D Tudge =OQUMTY UKT r Coat Court meets on th fourth Moo y jusckmontbS Jade W Thompson Judge- WPJfeoksrCoanty Clerk KfluanCiavtyAttoraSZ eZR3tkJ5tJT YUt n rma I MP weU VDeputles v 1JJfMUrs tecr county Surveyor i4iW DBasrp Assessor 4 R A tfqe Deputy TcZfroyCocntyTra30raLS aHINaL1i ERIOTOP1 J T pNoePoUndgeS J kn Grace MarshaL W O Re 4 Jity Attorneyi JUaTJOB COURT Juttce ceurte are heia in January April Jalyaad October There Ii nothing IIOgo for th cough arid colds of the children and babies as Dr Bell Pine TarHoney It- t curse croup whooping cougq cold in the hMdand gives sweet reficshtng alwp Children love Itold people like Itf Good drogKtoU soil u I r BellM PiaeTsrHuney acts an a bImto tile laup cutting the mucus allayIng ibe iafLstokUoB healing and treoKtB aInv It fa sure to do you- eMIrniLdoyood you harm Tliouaands tare IMM beaefttted by Its use Xt Ie awy from home without a lwfUe of Dr DeW PfaoTarHoney OhMM or cltrast cfesego of apart H rt eretposeHrB peybrlig oo a cold wMeh tkls MOtJIrflRedahlagbut J G q Onus AND ENDS OF GOSSIP BANKS IN CHINA The Ion Financial KewsshQwswby banks do not break In China ILlS amplo and throws its facts into the form of poetry as follows They Bead ao glittering statements out Whea bank goes to smash la China To show tis solvent beyond a doubt mea a bank goes to smash lu Chlna No pityiag nyoQ see them shed But they tate a big cjjtsesa knTe instesd Amputate the PtwiHents head And bsnks oever break in China IILIVELY RACE There kI k etermdfcation of a livelv raceIu this district this year for the office of Circuit Judge and politicians are already taking aides ami making predictions on t therace The way the race now stands there ill be BO con test lor the Democratic nomina tlont as Judge Rives has witb drtwn There seems to bes bare possibility however that Mr 0 C i Mc bord may yet decide to en tar the contest in whbh case the aspect of things will likely undergo a change Mr Mc Chord is considered strong in I the district and would give any of them a race The great fight is expected in the foal election in November when the Repub I licans will put out nominees to look Lore with the Democratic standard bearets A popular gentleman and able member of the Marion county bar is being l mentioned by Republicans and it appears almost a certainty that he will be a candidate If he so decides it will be a race fiom eend to eend Tha Judicial istrict to take the the last Ion as a criterion is about eveneleII Iy divided anyway as to partyt ptreoglh and the race will be made up on the merits of the sre3pectiaid that some good man will beJ put up to make a contest for the- c Commonwealth Attorneys placer against the nominee of the Dem ocratskTATHAM Tatham Springs I that delightful Washington county resort where the weary and overworked find rest and COB l entnient and in tne sparkle of whose waters the invalid finds a balm for almost any bodily ills will be open in about a month The managers of the company i have arranged for some improve l ments about the premises andc everything will be done to make he resort more attractive than t ever this season g a TROUBLES You hear a great 1 deal about the troubles of the a town trodden farmer nowatt days and he doe have troubles we wilt admit but then to usoa rural expression lie is not the only potato in the hillfar thereI are others There is the mer chant for instance He who is popularly supposed to live off of the farmer to got all the poorI tiller of the soil earns by the salty sweat of his sunstained brow fie has troubles and so rious troubUv and with the far mer too sometimes We had an example of that the otfcer dayI iin court A young farmer oft the county whose reputation by the way is not spotless had been buying goods on credit from a local mcrcbrnt TLe merchant had accommodated I him for months and months had sold Mm goods of all kinds to the amount of some Two hundred dollars but when the time came around when the merchant needed some money he found a bad outlook The honest farm er would not pay and he could not be made to for he owned nothing the farm was owned hy his wife and it was the merchants time to sweats me which he did but I expect it was the sweat of righteous idigtatioa rather than that of toil A suit was brought in court to recoverS the debt against the wife butj the court decided that the law held no remedy and that the merchant must lccE his goods t t ak It looks hard but it is only one of the troubles of a country merchant The board of town REFORM is taking up a much needed movement of reform bud several nuisances about town will be given attention A quietus has beenput on the ravages of the town hog likewise the cow in the shape of aft ironclad stock ordinance which goes into effect on the twentieth of this month A reward has been offered by the board for the appre hensiom of those miscreants who have been amusing themselves by smashing the street lamps It is to be hoped that these van dais will be caught The street amps are bad enough at best and without some scoundrel trying to make way with them altogether Another reform which is on aid which is a good mOTe is an ordinance to prevent the itching of Dorses on the streets For the accommodation of the country people who come to town andwho cannot afford to hitch in a livery stable it is proposed to provide a hitching stand in some convenient lot in town This will get rid of the country torse who blocks the sidewalk and the street cross ings and 11m uses himself in the meantime by chewing the back from some choice shade trees Ltt the reform go on and we may have a city yet a SEVERE A jury in RATHER last week sentenced negro boys to terms ot two years in the penitentiary for- teaiingaboutTwo Dollars worth f meat The sentence seemed rather severe but under the cir instances I suppose it was alight The trouble was that the meat was locked up and that the ouse was broken into RO that a charge of bousebreaking was made against the offenders They do say too that the proof against two of the boys particu larly was a little weak hut they were all given the same dose The expression is often beard hat a negro has a poor show before a court but I WOP Id hud ly put it as strong as did a young lawyer when commenting on a ase he said that about two thirds of the jurymen of this country believe that about half of the ne roe who are not in the pent teotiary ought tabe on general principles There are some good colored folks in this county and few no account niggers mores the pity Bheomatism Quickly Oared After having boon confined to the bouse for eleven days and paying out tz5 doctor bills without benefit Mr Frank Dolson of Sault Ste Marie Mich was cured by one bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm costing 23c and has not since been gtroubled with that complaint For sale by Havdon 4 Robert The Record The record madeby Kentuckys Congressmen in the recent session is summed up about as fol lows The principal measures introduced by one Congressman were a bill to erect a public buil ding and fiftysix pension bills by another Congressman a bill 1to erect a public building and twentyseven pension bills by another a bill to erect a public building and eleven pension bills by another two bills to erect two public buildings a bill to improve Salt River and forty eight pension bUlb by another two bills to erect two public buildings and sixtyone pension bills by anotler two bills to erect two public buildings and twentyone pension bills by at other eightyone pension Mils by another fiftynine pension bills by another eighty pension bills and by another a bill to build a road fcra cemetery end sfiftynine pQusioni bills r Dr Kings New DIscoydry for Con eumptlon This Is the best medicine in the worldl for all forms of Coughs and Colds and for Consumption Every bottlo in guaran teed It will cure and not disappoint Ithu nO evual for Whooping Cough Asthinn Hay Fever Pneumonia lImo chitis La Grippe Cold In the Head and for Consumption It Is safe for all ages pleasant to tak and above all a euro ctrrr It is always woll to take Dr Kings SNow Life Pillrt in connection with Dr t egulatotmoney Trial bottles free at Haydon ct Robertsons Drugstore BogularairoCOc and 100 WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed Jor grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted In this col umn or GHAroE Farmers are re quested to send In stock or crop items foa publication WANTED To ezbhange a wellbred horse colt three years old in Spring for a good mUch cow Enquire at the NEWELEADKH office litMr Jack Crow as administrator of PlI Crow deceased will on Satur day March 20th have a public sale of stock add farm property at the farm of the deceased near Mopresvillo IllThe editor of this paper recelvsd last week from J B Moore whose advertisement you sea in another column a trio of flue White Plymouth Rook chickens We find them fully as good represented I t I Mrs Will Thurman informs us that the little advertisement put in this column offering chickens for sale re suited in her selling all she had and she says she could have sold as many more They were of the BrowntLeg horn variet- yt t I I is said and many horsemen cling to the theory that no horse living can go at the top of his speed over a hun dred yards The science of race then Is to go over the entire distance at different paces the aggregate of which will be a little faster than the other horses I I t At a recent hog sale In Wyoming Ill a sow brought e660 She went to Mr Council she was due to farrow day of sale by Chief Tecnmseh 2d 62 head made an average of 06908 Thirtytwo head sold at figures from 826 to 640 the latter price catching a number of them t t t Sheep in this country on Jan 1 ac cording t the figures from Washing ton counted up 36810000 a decrease of about 4 per cent from the number reported luat year The lack of profit in the exclusive production of wool is still exerting its influence toward the diminution of flocks IllMr Jako Peterson of the firm of Peterson Mudd poultry dealers of East Texas is again in our town and will shortly buy poultry Mr Peter son is an exceedingly clover gentle man and all who have bad dealings with him find him to be n square busi ness man CainpbolbvUle Times Jour nal- i t I A fair crowd attended the E P Faulconer pale of jack stock last week says the Danville Advocate but there was not as largo an attendance of foreign buyers as was expected The boat sale was the sixyearold jack Blackburn by Joe Blackburn prop erty of George Tarkington which went to Hays Co of Nelson county for 9Z- 00tt Said a prominent and successful farmer the other cay dont see why people dont make more me of tho Kdvertislng columns of the papr A farmer wants to buy some shoots the average man will spend several days riding over tho country looking for thorn A fifty cents advertisement will brlug the man with hogs to sell to the buyer instead of tho latter having to look up the seller This is also true when a farmer has anything to sell If I have a few sheep or shoats that I do not need of if I haveo supe rior article of seed corn I believe tbe best method of selling them is to let people know that I have them for sale Or in general by means of an advertisement I can communicate with a thousand people more choaply than I could personally communicate with a bundredExI A writer in Colemans Rural World says Cows and hogs should go to gether This is a proverb of the daI- ryman and is also used by private- farmers who are fattening cattle fed exclusively on corn with hogs following to economize the excrement They keepIhehlthY question Hoga belt adapted fpr that ISj style of fending are of the old type long eared hogs It Is altogether dif ferent with tbe Wide awake dairyman who will make the breeding and feed ing of good swine an important ad junct to his dairy With his skim milk heUa able to procure swine with strong muscular systems flinty bones and general quality which will excel many produced by intelligent and professional breeders Hoi to Find Onto Fill a bottle or common water glass with urine and let U stand twentyfour hours a sediment or settling Indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains lines it Is pottlve evidence of kftlney trouble Too freouent desire to urinate or pain in the back ts also convincing proof that tte kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There Is xmtci In the knowledge tooften expressed tut ur Kilmers BwampBoot the great kidney remedy fulfills ever wish n relieving pain In the back tddne liver bladderand every part of the urinary passages It corrects Inability to hold urine and scalding pain In passing It or ad ef toots following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get np many times during the night to uinate The mild and oxtaordlnarv effect ol SwampRoot Is soon realhedV It stands the highest for its won derol cures of tw most distressing cases If you need a medicine yonshonld have the best Hold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mall mention NEWS tEADKit and send your full pos of flee address to Dr Kllmor Co Binghamton N YQThe proptietors of this pa per guarantee die genuineness of this offer RIlES RETIRES The following lettor from Judge Kives announces his with drawal from tbe race for Circuit Judge The letter explains it self EDITOR NEWS LEADER Since the announcement in your daper of my candidacy forI the office of Circuit Judge in this District circumstances have arisen which induce me to with draw my name and no longer seek the nomination of my party as its bandidate for that position To the many friends in each of the four Counties of the District whose active support and earnest efforts in my behalf would have gained for me the nomina ton in the ensuing primary Ij desire to express my grateful appreciation and sincere thanks l not only for what they hare donec but what they were intending to do towards securing my nomina tlon in June and my election in November I trust I may ovr deserve the confidence and esteem with which they have hoaI ored me and wbich I shall grate fully remember and strive to merit while continuing as a private citizen in the practice orI my profession Yours Truly H W RIVES i Poisons engendered by food ferment log In a dyspeptic stomach are the direct cause of rheumatism gout bronchitis t liver and kldnov complaints asthma pneumonia and many nervous ailmentsll These results aro presented by tho use of the Shaker Digest ve Cardia remedy discovered and prepared by the UhaUora of Mt Lebanon N Y It in In Itself atfond and has power to digest other foodl l taken with It Thus It rests tho diseased stomach and finally masters the worst cxcs of dyspepsia It acts promptly t and freshsteuith and In crease of weight soon follows Tho first dose taken Im mediately after eating abates the pain and distress so dreaded by dyapj piles Trial bottles enough to prove Its merits 10 cents ORDINANCE The Truseei of the Town oft Springfield Ky do ordain astfollows That no loose cattle or hogs or stock pt any description shall ba allowed to run at large upono any of the public streets or al leys of said town and that any such stock so found at large and t not under the immediate care of some person shall be taken up by the town marshall or by any other person who may so desire and delivered into the possession of the public pound keeper The owners of said stock may recover possession 01 same byC presenting to the pound keeper a receipt from tha town clerk showing that all charges against said stuck have been paid in full Said charges shall amount to a fee of fifty cents on each horse mule etc and fifty cents on each bead ot cattle and a fee of t tcfT thirty five cents on each hog or sheep so taken up besides a reasonable charge to pay for the keeping and advertising of said animals while they have been in said pound The fee for the taking up of animals shall be paid to the person delivering them to the pound keeper 10 cents per bead which anioun shall go to said town for tne pur pose of defraying necessary ex penses of maintaining pound All animals taken up in accor dance with this ordinance shall be advertised in each issue of some weekly paper published Ii said town of Springfield Jor by written or printed notices posted in three or more public places about the town for a period often days next after tbe taking tip ot said animal unless claimed and redeemed prior to this time If at the expiration of ten days said animals have not been redeemed they shall be sold at public outcry to the highest bid der and the proceeds appliedI firct to the paymentof all charges against said animal to gether with the cost of soiling same then the residue if any shall be paid to the owner oft said property This ordinance shall be in effect on and af tei March 20 1897 A R Shnltz Ohm B T 8 Attest H R Thompson elk B PSS GOiSDHFTIOI CM BE CURED T A Slocum MCthe Great Chemist and Scientist will send Tree to the Af Slated Three Bottles of His ewlrUK corered Comedies to Cure Consumption and All Xiuiff Trophies Nothing could be more fairer more philanthropic or carry more joy to the afflicted l than tho offer of T A Blocum M C of New York City- Oonfldentth4the has discovered a reliable cure for consumption and all bronchial and weakness loss of flesh and all condit- ionsi of wasting and to make its great merits known he will send free three bot tIes to any reader of the KBwsLctlhtBP who may be suffering Already this new scientific course of medicine has permanently cured thous nods of apparently hopeless cases The Doctor considers It his religious duty h1UD3nltytqdonate He has proved the dreaded consumption donbt1nldfrom those benefited and cured in all part of the world- Dont delay until it is to late GonTCfflp tlon uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Address T A Blocum M 98 PIne Street New York and when writ IlJt the Doctor give express and postoSo dlogthlJnrtt Tko 19th of McKlHley Iua zariAddress The ceveral forms ot our paper money offer in my judgoment a constant embarrassment to the Government and to a safe balance in the Treasury With adequate revenue secured but not until then we can enter upon such changes in our fiscal laws as will while insuring safety and volume to our money no long er impose upon the Governmen- tS t necessity of maintaining so large a gold reserve with its attendant and inevitable temptations to speculation hThe experiment of a nonpar tisan commission to revise the coinage banking and currency law is worth a trialandin my opin- Ion it can but prove beneficial the entire county toI It will be my constant endeavor to secure it by cooporatioh with tho other gloat commercial powers ot the world We should have more revenue and that without delay hindrance J r postponement The country is clearly opposed to any needless additions to the subjects of internal revenue taxa don and iii committed by its latest pcpular utterance to the system of tariff taxation The people have declared that such legislation should be had as will give ample protection and encouragement to the industries and the development of our country Protective legislation has al V8P been the firmest prop of 1ho TreaBjUry Special alfeiitfqn should be given id the reenabtment of the reciprocity principle Jjynchings must not bo tolerated cjrS tjlSt L in a groat and civiliteH country like tF the United States courtsno nob1 J f must execute the penalties of tlw law ti1Immunity should be granted tf s 1 1 none who violate the lawn whether individuals corporations or com 4jSmunities c J rr 1tftwhich shall bejust impartial ever if rwatchful of our national hon Jmdv itialways insisting upon the enforce t ment ofHhe lawful rights of Ameri J citizens everywhere Our di Jcan plomacy should seek tJot ingmore0 land accept nothing Uss than is due rus We want no wars of conquest iwe must avoid the temptatio of tterritorialaggresaionS r Arbitration ia the trap method f of the settlement of international las well as local or individual differ W iences uTile importance and moral in tftuenne of the ratification olsacle a i rltreaty meaning the general sihiStration treaty caa hardly be over I estimated iin h canst of advancing civilizationIl Our naturalization and mod gration Jawsnhould be further im proved to the constant promotioa of a safer a bejtar and a hlgher citkt zenslup U v Illiteracy must bebsniati from the land V LoJ Il C Roioras in the civil terTicr must gd on But ir If i IshU deem it my dutyM President Jo convcB fdongrcs ia extraordinary leseion pa M dsySthe 15th day of Mar 1897i w FromCripleCreet After tho big flEe ID Cripple Creek ty took a very severe cold and tried many t remedies wljhout help tho cold only becoming more settled After using three smell bottles of Chambertaini Cough Kerned both the Cough and Icold left lflenndIn this high altitude it ttaxes a marUorloua cough remedy to do any goodG B Henderson editor EteJIy Advertiser For sale by Haydoa k Robertson A Green Eyed Jfomater The following wildeyei story is from a county clorrospondrotS in the Harro3sburg Democrat There has been an anitnal of 1tenormous dimeBsibns with oyea large green awl larfiai dls l J turbing the nightly ttide of several families of the White Cloud neighborhood Tile home Iof Mr Samuel BunneU thetfrssSone visited by the ivonsttr is located on the MiclcYUM Inrn pike aboni1alZmlleSfrom tovmT One night some weeks since Mr and Mrs ButaDell were visiting a aelthborSarid their son Willie was left in t charge of the house Messrs fil Harvey Nelson and Lee Adkis ISOD two frieads ol Willies dropped In about 8 oclock and i f the three engaged lIgims of euchre when they htfrd an im usual noise amongst the dogs to the rear ot the dwelling Wilho 4trushed with poker in band to tfe i scene bntoniy to return at a si much swifter galtItTb doormSwere tightly closed and the boys began to make a racket Insld the house next to where the feJroclons animal was playing havoc with Willies Tavorltecanipt It was run off bsfore any serlonaSdamage was done On the Told folks return the story as related above was told them by the frightened boys but tbe 4thougbting hound that was looking for something to eat Vancns bomes have been contlziually dis turbed since and many have beetf i startled by thd haartreadlBs P wails of the night prowler itItful or useful when ono Is saflerlng front a discomforting cold or a nasty llttla conghlU la wonilerfnl thtsomspopleS L will go on tram day today snflferiaar from these dlstresslnK dlllnrdeflt Wife a 25ccnt bottle of Dr tiells PlaeTai honey will relieve thi moat stabberscase Whiskers that are prematarely gray ara tifaded shonli be colored t prnv at th S look of axe and Buckiaghawa Dye tk oebiall others in oblorlnx browa or bUwk J TiGooctold rannYMtcalt nowtSytftrt f J old living alM a Dearth atreet Pada- cab Kyf stlliysitkat Df B lijs PIjofi TarHony Ja1kl1 stgripSlung and bma hial remeiy Leen sold duirtgerl4Is Al4 1 1 t tr i T lr 1 T Ir iJt L ti WI v t4 k i Ah J Y t + L a THE NEWSLEADER u l r fHE NEWSLEADER o THURSDAY MCH 11 1897I E L DAV1SONUR krT t tNNOlJ 1J J rt u FR R Pattestin v Wo arc o borko4 to announce Gharlca coSiorCIn 1ieEI Judl hX1itrfetTaylor and Green coonties subject to tho ctioa ot the Democratic party Ifovembcr tcUOBI1sm SCHOOL SUIERINTENDENT Peter WO are authorized lo nnnoqnco Or eonetb Per as n candidato for County Saporintendent of publicasShlnKton 56nnty Biibjoct to hctionbi the Demoprsticptrty HSjluler tiWonrn nuthoriiMxl to nnnonncoTaubc rBvbaundora as a jttoIor tIe Office of Oouuty Supeilnjtcndpnt of Common Schools of Vyasmhjgfon COUflt7LLi4 to iho suppbri of h9VOt and the eudorsemont all political par tlIf itGOVERNOR BRADLEY has call 1ied the lslaturetomeetdn extra sessibnfOttSatuTday of this woek The governor in hifr raIL Sets oat3ast forjytwbfitib jectg for consideration rbftKe thlaw3 j t iTafeyention of mob nplence the punishment of lhos Qpggedin same The curtailing otsalat rieS fees Expenses and cos1n Jtpublics rvic The adpptioV of coqsuch as may beVne cessary to provide foclheJbuildt lug or pnrqaseoahQuse1ox houses of reform ThorongWy amending changing and aevisth ing the election 1awR Prbyid Ing that all elections for school intrustee5 ballot Apportioning the State into Appellate and QjrcmtfcqnB senatorial arid legislative dis trictsas proyidedJby theuCbn stitution Cdtn teHrng State- banks irusl cdmpaniesr privath banks c ildijgsJcl loTan assor S ciations and other 1i ejj ota1 tions to make Quarterly reborts i etc The subjectrtp boons4ser sert attention we pedi tttothe ei 1 elusion of all the uthers l5 the election of a U H Sensrtph In f this contefst toiIfiterekt iigriBat u There arealready four arioun IIced candidates inBoyle Hunter j Deboe And JudgeHolt Yhilel j Y rk sAiibs sWtlSohiWalte r Evan tIs und others ar6 1omgup as darltlior esf v tEX9qp Dfssmn 2ro n ltLewia hasjgonei to rankfprt tp itbej oa hand when Ibecpntest for U Sv Senator domes up in the T legislature OSfr liewisljabeen frequently menUdhed ft asSm avail able man for iherfSenate and thetRepubJicap coura look ihesltite tJover and fail jtp find a man more H suIted forthe position nor one whose selection would prora more popular Ii dispatclrfrom t J Prankfortsays It has been i Whispered here for seera1 days tbabjone otyDempcrats of the House wbp bas been Ibbgingly alked about by Humerites is really atrheart i iaoredeyVted to Lewris than to I t any t PHircan x pr lampcrat IJ f Stalked bf for sato J1ii L r t ian is saidffo ha e jtrgediljejpis C onsomeof the Eepublioans as fr their mptavailable compromise candidate e plaining thatr if 4 SHunter could not win some 6t his devoted 1ol1oworswh are angry W1ti1 soft 9f re41 ckiJm aginary reasons cOuld find no objectzosoLewj S THE war over4in Greece which wasassU nibg serious prpposi r J tons seems aiou t to sub daand anagroenieLi tt- free to wftbdr- 4w Its flee- fikih would btTiielplessr again ir r i t a1rJf 15 the big ironclads of Europe ra any case it ogreesj to turn its land forces c to a foreign con ima9tbiis voud Still leaveGreek troops possessibgr of Crete and it agrees tD l aye the futulaof the tist tdtd its people wip tUO known to be pyerwhelmingly in favortof Tan ne aUou By the arrangement th iseuld wantj and the Sultan will ve to bo satisfied JUDGE SAUFLEV the Circuit Judge up in the Lincoln county district in his charge to the grand jury at the openingpf the court at Stanford the otber day denounced the toll gate raiders arrant cowards and dwelt at someJength on what should be the fate of Jhe arauapbou1dt they dare to invade the sacred jreclncsoQl Lincoln Wefdont kubVwhat plan the authorities CiLth r iart of the Bluegrass have toTcatch tollgate raiders but we vrpuld advise them to get paten ted and sell the county i btin Washington anda few btheifneighboring counties LouiSviLLE negroes held a meeting at one of their clubs id eatityi biUwhose object tskj tg prevqnt Tynchmp in the state The bill as proposed provides that when ever a i man aciscdotf tcrimeI s dathat the j j1Qqb that da tges may be re yareil l from thecouuty which th Cedeathoftee deceased in a sum pot less th ni2500or more than3000 Gov Bradley it is said favors e passage pf some such meas ure for the suppression of mo bs this state and the promoters Y ill twge this bill before the Legislature when it convenes IT is probable that Meyer A T Wood who has been appoint ed Senator by Gov Bradley will have some trouble In getting his seat Two other appointees one fftra Or gcn anemone from Flor ida however are striving to be atod arid as thie votes of these re are said to be badly need tt it is probable that they wiH Ibe put Iin by the Republican managers UITS will be brought against the insurance companies for the amount of policies on the life of DieKiTate There is no proof offered of his death but the par ties are suing on tbe principle that ti6law presumes man tto be dead when ho has not been eardfrom in seven years Tate bas not been heard ofby the public at least for eiglit j ears Sljod Reward 8100 rfbe Tenderd ol tins patier vill bo pleased to learn that there is at least ub dfoaded disease that Bqencc been able to cure in all its stages and thatisCatwrh halls Catarrh Cure is thO only positive cure known to tbo medical fraternity Caturrh being a constitutional disease requires a ron Htltutional treatment Halls Cuturrh Cure Is taken Internally nPting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease and clving the patient strength by bulltiing Up tho con ilitntlon and asalstin naturo In dolnc itswork The proprietors bavo no much faijh in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send rQr list of testimonials Address F J CHENEYCO Toledo O sSold by PruggtBtsr 76c FAPLE HILLS TFrom Ou- rTheheavy R Rular Corrcsponadnt rains during the jjostmpnhbave bebii very 3o structive to nillsiQos many thcpiibothj washed badly The mill mat Maud was sttept away by thb recent rise AlittlQ trip in the country wilLconvince anione that tho turnpikea lave suffered more than anything else from the hdavy rains In many instances the ditches have bscptne flUe u upturning tbe water across the pike sweeping the metal away to je4rockxiwany Places In afeplacesmud has settlfldroii ny it the road several inches deep iThe free turnpike systems ou d- be putin operation as soon as possibH as the roads are going dlaowrpIdlyProffJ W Bush is tteachingi at Chaplin Mr Bush uta pains taking and industriousirlRjiructqr and tbe people of Chaplin did well to secure his sepvices Mrs Trotter of Springfield spending the week with her daughter Mrs J W Bust Miss BlfaWeakJy hftsreturned from a pleasant visibWith Miss Jddiy Whalen at Mooresville Mr John Tavloir and mother of Bradfoidsville were hero Wednesday Tbeman friends of Mrs Mag gieMcIl707 will be pleased to llearnthat she is well again Mr John A Boblett is ill dl typhoid fever Miss Ella Hardin has returned o her home at Bloomfield Miss Ella is verv popuhr at this place and her absence is regretted by manyt especially the iewsgath erer at Maple Hill T o lyn A voiDisr ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Qlilnin Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure 25c For sale by Hayden ifeJlobcrtson and Waters d Browne FobOOmo A NEW BOOK KNITTING AND CROUHETING of pages over 50 originall designs illustrated beautiful lace patterns shawl hoods jackets tc has been published by The Homo 141 Milk St Boston Mass and will bo sent with a subscridtlon to that paper The Home is a ISOpage monthly filled with original atones literary and do mestic topics and fashions Its depart mont of Fancy Work is a special feature now and original designs each Issue The price of iubscription is 60 cents pir year and will include one of these books As a special inducement to trial subscribers a tOpv of this book will be given with a months subscription The price of boolc is 23 conts but a months subs scription and the book combined will bo sent for 15cehts Their annual premium list for 1607 will be sent free on applica LIon t TEXAS Flora Our Special Correspondent- M C Mayes and C T Bosley r were in Danville the first of the week on business E S Mayes Barbour Rine hart Misses Margaret and Nettie Kimberlin were in Perry ville Sunday last G R Elder ofWakefield Spencer county was here the first ot the week Miss Jenni Claybrooke left Wednesdy for Chicago Ill to visit her sister Mrs W D lags daleJohn Peterson has returned from New York- Wobdson Beggly of Boyle county was in our midst Sunday Palmer McElroy was here Sat u rday night and Sunday Miss Bessie Claybrooke has returned from Bloomfield At tbo entertainment of the C M NR society given at the resilence of Jacob Kirnbbrlin last Saturday evening the follow ing were present Misses Celia Mintoo Lizzie Basoy Margaret Kimberlln Ivy Froman Lucy and Margie Ray Annie Neikirk Dollie Green Jennie Ulaybrooke Mary Annie and Willette Mayes Messrs Palmer McElroy Clif ton and Jim Green E S Mayea Sam and Ike Ray Bob Myers and obersPorInfanta and Children nlt1d111 II = dug CJ t Dr Bolls PinoTarHoney Is an im portant addition to the list of the worlds most valuable medicines Harmless In its nature yet almost infallible in its action it undoubtedly the most effica dons means known today of curing coughs colds and kidney diseases Land for Sale I have for sale cheap 65 acres of lland situated on the Lincoln Run turnpike about six miles from Springfield and known a the tPhos Reed place There is a tolerably good building on tne place Thirtylive acres of tbo place is corn land fourteen acres in wheat aid the remain der in grass For further par ticularSCall on or address- MONTGOMERY REED Valley Hill Ky MEN on WANTDFUTHFULf rt pon in lien tuclcY Salary 780 and expenses o 8ition permanent Reference Enclose TimNattonniftarDfir 4 t PEOPLE OF THE DAY BichardVllollaud Kennoy hai Loon eleclgd United States scnitor bfc tDoltwarjisaeaflW contestcaftonot ou1yby Ojflo nol Henry Tht PI1t whonfthe Eep ib eats members of IKeTBtatsoflcgislnturo tdeolaroTraff elected tvro years ego but by Jr isdvrard Addtcks whose fofiowoa have organized what is conunonly called 4n Delaware thoJcrump legiSlature which unanimously voted for AQdicka aa senator jRir Kcnaoy was born In Little Creek Hundred near Laurel Sussex county on Dec 0 I860 his parents being de Ecendants of the earliest settlers of Del aware He was grndnntcd from Hobart college Geneva N Y in 1877 After leaving college ho went to Texas but returned to teach pchool in Virginia for a year Then ho went to Dover and boo gnu tho study of law In 1670 ho was ejected state librarian and two years later was admitted to tho bar in Kent county He was reelected state librarian in 1881 and in 1888 was appointee ad jutant general of the national guard of Delaware by Governor Biggs to whose election he contributed not a little by his political activity Mr Kenney supported Bryan in tho last campaign nnd while not pronounced in his views is believed to bo a silver man Cabinet Probability John D Long who is expected to fill a place in President McKinleyp cabinet lies bccu out cV public life for several years having retired in 1888 iu order to give his attention to his law practice and his literary Fork Governor Long was a Maine boy who went to Bosti early in life was graduated at Harvard and became a lawyer Then ho got into JOllY politics and served four years in tho Massachusetts legislature dm ing three of which ho wes ppeakcr of the house Then ho wrs lieutenant covr or for a year and governor for tbrc jvm more Then his friends iiiaiflfpdon Li running for congress cud he was rltvted thrco times Ho harpublished traunlatiou Virgils poems and done other litora ofI work of a high order Governor Long 58 years old now but still has a recb and almost loyMi lcok which tells of a clear conscience and perfect health Secxtor Elect asoa William E Meson the senator elect in Illinois is a prominent Chicago law yer a FucccEfiful campaigner end ono of the best tory tellers who ever went the stump in hntRtate Mr Macon was torn in Franklinvillo Cnttuan county N Y in 1850 but when was 8 years old his parents removed to Iowa and retried in Van Baron comity After lie had Lccn graduated at Bir WILL14MEUAEO- Nmingbam college In ho taught school for covcral ycnrs and then bcgnn tho study of law in the office of Thomas F 1pointedifly Mason went with him end gal tied a prominent place at centunllyj that city Ho also took rai in politics and was elected to tho state legislature tnd tho state eenafe Ho ilso elected a member of tho wuI ongress from the Third Chicago THE BLOODHOUND j lntcrcatliig Fads Aljont One of the Moat j Interesting of Doff For stateliness of appearance no breed cf dog in comparable to the blcodhouud whilo tho stories attending its unerring pursuit of its quarry havo furnished tho novelist with material df tho most citing character But it is a fiction 0t1 associate tho bloodlujuuil with Ho uovcr wdrric9 OJ mangles what ho Iftudfluisuit otciaaoi pLwundod deei t THE- fWIQHIA WE- EjtC7ollrfiUT1ri1ai IAYE2ll isled feednesddyktid k urday Mornings r i theWerklyed IJpunrc Wednesday tnd Saturday The Wednesday naper will be devoted 1to news aiicr polmcel tonics The aturdhy issue will bo devoted to stories miscellany picturcspoetry f paperEach or twelve pages a wepknn increase of two pages a week 104 pages or yearThe paper will not pureDtlJ1oCfl1cyan principles will bo continued suc cessfully in the future as in the pas1 In spite of the expense involved in the improvamenW noted tlhe price of tae Twioko Week the1sametbocoming year will be the editor mis of Mr Henry Watterson on poliiical and other totes of the day Daily ConricrJonrnal year 00 Daily and Sunday year 80Q Sunday alone Year 00 TWltfEAWEEK Courier Journal AND THE NewsLgaclpr BOTH ONE YEAR 1Q1t ONLY 5150 We have made a special club bing arrangeintnt with the Twice a Week Courier Journal bail will send that paper and ours for the price named to all our subscribers whvill rqew and pay in fidvance or to till new subscribers who will pny in advance Cample copies of1I Courier Journal sent free on application All subscriptions niuler this offer must be sent to tuc NEWS LEADER JPRlKGFIFLD KY = mo tuooanonnn tins ngorea in nisrory from time immemorial and no breed Of log has preserved its characteristic points persistently Tho high pointed cranium the long pendulous ears thc ample dewlap tho wrinkled forehead the overhanging flews and oven the red haw or third eyelid commonly called the scaling wax may be traced more less in the Talbot hound the basset the dachshund and in the Swedish bon Rle which last isn miniature bleed hound though of lighter build The Count Ip Content do Cantelen in his work Los Races des Chicns Courans Francaic harks buck to tho famous St Hubert hounds bhick and white aa thd recognized progenitors of the Freed The present writer was particularly boodhoundtypcJ hounds from vrriouflproviuccs exhibited at the international show In Paris in 1878 However it will bo mere interest tug to leave speculative discussion and to tho regions cf fact In herder mud history bloodhojids were ccmpul eerily maintained by each hamlet for tracking the mess trcopcis after their raids and till comparatively lately tho rural constabulary in England employed bleedhd to troec sheep and rultrstfolcre IisBcdale a police superintend 1cut not Ions ago had a wruderful hound named Voltigonr which could find his- master wheicvcr he might be and at any 3henr of the irigbr And this reference suggests tim inverse remark that the bloodhound cvcil as a pup will pick up tho trail rf a crraucr quite easily and perhaps raoro eagerly than that of his master Another intercstiiit fact is that the bloodhound when alcne hunts mute but when hunting in u pack ho makes music of most delightful melcdy His tracking instinct is eo keen that be hunts tho clean shoces well it not better than when tho foot of the fag live has beth purpose Jjrlculcd and it is n pretty sight to watch a trained houn J following his quarry aver o fence if the pursuer has gone that way or under the rails if such has been his course The training cf blccdkounds has not been very peraistjejitly followed of Into years but hero have been several Iniportant trials at Bcxmoor and at the Alexandra palaco also It is noteworthy tonv mark that the trial at Boxmocr come off when deep tnowwas en tho ground and that while snow was actually falling the hounds lajd oil weto equally per sistEnt in trackiBC the quarry A won trained bloodhound will follow for fire miles Cvcil after six hours have elnpsiij since the fugitive started and although many other trails have crossed the track But ho is frequently at fault over stone flags It was for this reason that tho pursuit of Jack tho Ripper by blood hounds at one time mooted was after trial discarded It was the later Mr DeWs Countess which served as a In to Lacdscur for his bloodhound aisojpictures Other flue hqund3 have been Lauth XI Hector n and Danger The bloodhounds arlstoczatia appearance his invariable gccd ttemper and his watchfulness commend him to social notice hilp the vulgar idearegarding his ferocity renders him an invaluable conipaniou for ladies antI children cgaiiiit the ancoyanccs incidental teethe KQuns trsunpSketch NEWS LEADBRiLOO a je ti j u = i 1 b jf pRINrOOS1t t 1 rr 1 1fi= u ==a =us = r LFt5 r7 vie sprn l bare novi receiving ou tr 7 t fng agreafissortmentefs1 yjI J1 tii riDRESS e DSwpERGALES WITE G y3Ji VfDRESBT1tlMPT 704Ii c ORGANDIES 1 efi rtuCKSi GINGHAMS 1IITE2 J Foil tMBROlEftIES LA11t tH r CO1SETS3LOVES AND HOSIERY I4 I 4r jIt t tI J1ijtJ 1 iJ llkGENTi wwze4r +Includinga llarge varietyofFjujcy press andrNelIgo HlttB i Fancy and Plals Underwear llosicrj and Suspendersrt o i C1OTHTITG t 4 tfii eleganthildrens3 j r UnflLflLjfeB frJfclS and t j C J r prico tjian w J yve r rt r ishown before lie surcypu see our lint tcfoi 6you buy elsewhere fe C t r M SHOES t iki 1fanrllJreVe eI rne t t no lines in the markctsueiiorto these in fit style cud wear t PS4ski 5prCAIRPETS Etc hn r v We arc showing the great st stock off Carpets Rugs Linolurns i i Mattings jOilcioth estc ol any Jiouse in town Lace Curtains aijdisiadesrT in all prices Hundsomeat line shown in this tonf eTforVoureclf 1 3 1 1 f j it gBrbpia Fl i fnmliinnftrt V i i C3tjngsf l J k4 We thank you for past patronage ancliiibs coiri t dially solicit a gootf shareof your patronage ihis ear t t r1 1i r t e r CUNN1NGHAM DUCN v h yfI kt v rbJr lL J I BURTON nI fJ OJflOft = r 4 J M BJRT Ct I 1t i 2BEN HAYCOISnMJcxeAOER4 s u i ii UlldertakEr and DJ1iraI ThrcIore = Ii COFFINS if f11 1 CASKETS BURIAL y fj ROBINS iItiOF ALL KINDS It6 Of1 FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day ortiigtitTI servicesr an EXPERJENl b EMBALMER a graduate from a chool of embalming have ene fQi f ig a tI t fiB M BURTON CO ttfyft HAG AN BLOCK bPRINGFJELD 0 jy t 4 lL jWhetaj WlthoufleiicfTher No Pay Capt Sweeney U 8 San Diovo Cal8ays Shilohj Catarrh Bbmedy ih ibtho first medicine I havo ev sr fguitd that would do me any cpod Prlco Soc o fiucklcnrs Arnica Salve The best salvo In the world for Cut BrplscB gor6slulcorH Ulcers Salt L num FoveisorcaTcttertIxapped ban Cqiiblains corus and all kin eruntlov nOd lioMtlvoly cures Piljs or no pa required It is guaranteed to give por feet Bitleactinn or money refunded Price 25 cents perhoxatl1n1dOQ 4tob orisons Drug StOle 1 When Iisby was tick we pare her Casc ria Vhen sho w a child px aied toc Caetorkw When cho became illss tho cJoag to Cartcri a Wheu ho had Childrea abe Uein Qutcriv To Consuini tWG9 AB ZL arrhpnpstmmcdy Fi1ia ifoiifoy ndTariflpc flot holt iurra1sebopusln dvance stiios tut tiuHirully eh- i1ovnfor 1j1ndfPaln 4bo rJwopicnbeaudin the cnJY stngs t eCta a urcs i 4 1 J Ia YOVIe PAlt 4CW1pvOr 3ob b1ioUibitls a nlUNY lIov IIlfTrJ It wI cure and Kite a wo h7 au Jifa fuemdDe IUtt dnId T7boc4sjhI5 tffvyiashIDston for their 1 PaWnt4j5 ottlr IaJAi1lut vt 10 weatod- r t PersonoJm t t 5 Fnnz04pago medical roforgflcelbcok tQ1DY perspn flm1ojehir1tb anysjiZcirl Iironiu de delicate disease jwciiJi a to their sex Address titeieeditxpby J StatenrIJJ1thCliican ThETh1VSrLEADERandajmqst4ny 0therptior4mngazi o 1nt to yu 4 for about the price o one TetteiSaItRheuinantL1cmthL ThQintensolt4lngnndsmartlnglnal t dentlotheso diseases isinstaxitIyauayj P1 applying Chambotlalna iye and 1tSkin QIntmnt Mipiy very 1 td casea bare been pormeinently cure bitaitis equally efficient for ItdiIn pUss Mil a favorite remedy for sore njppla tchapped hands chilblains frost bttet r and chronic sore eyes 2a ts pezbo c 1 t4 pre Cay id eeiIiQn Poien wedtst hxta horre nceda vhen 11bdt j 1IrconiUtionr tixoraoinrixnocontntioni JD utto w 1rr f t 1 4Ty tJ JP THE NEWSLEADED f 1 11 7Zc r 1 FFllES4EkBERL1 j I 4AU Dalai Operate Performs tl I TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PUNt In Spriozfleld every first Thurs itd y mud Friday each month OFFICErOvtr Postoffice Mala office No tt8 FourUrAYe LrnlsvLIlO Ky I tk TRTJIflDTJ ICK f z to 49m Tuesdays and Saturdays SEitlNGFIELD KENTU1K1I RJ J31f COOPER OMfrt ovevydon Robertson drug re f1ti fr 4 Main Btl SPRINGUIELD KY DR1JJ 11 BTOK IUiSlDEf1YQItl1 S TEETH EXTRACTD WITHOUT F4Fj t OmoBHgau Block over MansdeM kSiI r BPR1N9FlE D y f AltICnlt tI4rI georIalty- JEGBElMBB sAtf tIoi f y I have opedsatoon on Main Street adjoioitfc the grocerof S MK rricfc where 1 will V pleased to Have my friends and patrons call when needinfny thing In nay Jine I wiriieep nothing but be very best brands the market affords Will make A specialty of Jhe F A MO U S YELLOWSTONE which has the reputation of being the finest in the world Your patronage elicitedl and courtesy extended C CE HAMON T LIVERYMAN J Fir tclftis lyiotew-s ind fast andaafe horses JcreyWOnB andltreysIor the use of excursion partes or drumjnetfv The most convenient hitching and feeding place in town I ti t MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD Kr r DRii H LAMPTON OFFICE OVER ciBcurr oLsata OFIC Statistics snow that thousands of lp rantw and cblWren ynarly die of mem branob croup We do not xa crate when we state thatovery one of theso inuocanU could buo1een 8Rved bad Folds ton yand TAr been given thtit In time Can you afford to be In your householdfl McKenna Whiskey 4hi8 celebrated brand of whiakey I keep for sale at my bar and make a pecia1ttnr it for fa ifynnd for CBPilicinal usel tC d 4TUQMPSON JCaJkolIf tbobu tnfcdlcln6 for children Doctors recommend It in place of Castor Q b jf n if 11 BQU l 47IlWT c FBOTTS and Irdsh candies at Bells ArE3 the Twentieth hogs can Jti bought about town at buyers prices ji YotJ can get fresh fish ndQVfers at BellS during Ient Spldfn qsfV tity1Vr served on fehbrt order 1 t J Dn ED WILDEB denilstf will be In Willislrtirg Monday and Tuesday March 15 ancjf 18 9T tiise5eS arid 1op8et iflllngs gold ei and up Silver 60 cents 75 cents arid si IT rainedfiero for an hour or two Tuesday night about asbard as it was eiverfenown to In tho taemeory of the BJdeflti IInhabitant The iVTown Branch was on afampage and threatened de strnction to budges r if SuppER The ladles of tho Christian Church will give a sppperat IV Arnolds MackviUe on Friday March 18th Hours from 6 to 11 Full sup per 25 cents AU friends are respect fully invited to attend WILLIAM BUDD a respected colored citizen of this place died on Friday last aged about fiftyfifty years ne- W8Ja member of the Q A B and was burled with all the honors of his lodge He leaves a wife and a large family of children MABnTHD On Tuesday March 9th Sir Thos J ifally and Mrs Snub Fenwick at Catholic Church at Feh wick this county The groom is One of the best known farmers and the NEWS LEADER joins the ninny friends of the two in extending congratulat ions and best wi has THOMPSON CLEMENTS the turn tua dealers and undertakers have added quite an improvement to their undertaking department Theyhave placed in their establishment a hand some cabinet to jbe ucel in showing samples of burial caskets The new arrangement Is quite a convenience and Is in use in all firstclass under taking establishments COUBT adjourned Tuesday after din posing of considerable bualnoneb both criminal and tRlvfl Tho Grand Jury Jbeld axuinusually long session and did a good peal of business returning in all fifty four indictment The negroes who were sentenced to the peniten tiary John MajQr arid Sid Polin for h hojusebreaklng were given two years each and del Mickens for malicious cutting will go up fcr one year- TIm Lebanon people were evidently well pleased with the entertainment given there bthe young folks from this place The Enterprise says Tho entertainment given by the Springfield Dramatic Club at the Opora House last Friday was the best that has occurred in our town for some tIniest Tho drama Off The Stage and the music was excellently rendered Every f atur of the en tertainment was highly attractive and those who had it in charge have rea epa to feel proud of their york Owing to the inclement weather the attendance was jjnot as largo as It would have been otherwise MUST go to tho pen so says the Cily Council in regard to the town hog and ten daygj timo is given the owners to cojifine their hogs or upon failure so to do the animals will be put in the pound and sold to the higijesPbidder If not claimed by the ownep thereof The mind of the oldest inhabitant falls to record any time within the towns history wben the hog did not roam at will through the streets seeking what he could devour which was anything from street gar bage to the tender spring vegetables pf the garden and a certain class of persons who have heretofore been raising hogs will be compelled to assume the responsibility of feedin- gthema privilege which has hereto- fOre been given his neIhborsand- we hope that the next ten days shall record the end of the town hog nuts ANI MBa T S WEIGHT form erjy of this place started from LouIs- ville Monday on a trip to California The following from the Times tells of it Tho annual convention of the United States Railway Mail Service Mutual Benefit Association will be held next week at San Francisco The Louisville division will be repro sented by T S Wright and J P Van Zant who will bo accompanied by their wives The special train which ill carry the Eastern delegates to Pacificboast will consist ofeight Pull man sleepers and a diningcar Chi cago will be the starting point Tho entire trip wIn consume twentyfive days and throughout the journey the delegates will occupy their special train transportation of WhIch has- been made free as a compliment to the association by the railroads over which the party will travel The only cost they are put to is that of half rates for sleepingcar berths Notice to Creditors All persons liavingclnims uganet the estates ot 0 Nand A U Cooper assigned will present same properly proven to the undersigned on or before March 20 1897 1 W SIMMS Jr Assignee of 0 Nand A B Cooper re tt la not to bo wonderodat that Ayers Pills are In such universal demand For tbo ctiro of constipation biliousness or dny other complaint needinga laxative these pills are uninrpossod They are garcoatedfbaav to take and every tluo i 44 hf f PERS0NALI E Gray Boydon YB in Lebanon Sunday Itom Hill of Lebanon was over ITo on businp 83 Mrs Conway and family move to Louisville this week Miss Louise Saunders has returned from a visit to Danville Mrs J L Wharton has returned from a visit to Cincinnati W IL Leachman of Louisville was here the first of the week Mr and Mrs John S MoElroy are moving this week to their farm Hon John W Lewis and family have returned from Washington Mrs Scott Mayes after a serious illness waa soon driving about tho streets Monday Will Curry spent Sunday here to visit his paents He visited Home of his customers on Monday T M Carr the popular ropresen tative of tho McOormack MachineCo was here the first of the week MrBW J Llslo aid daughter of Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday here visiting the family of W T Mo Elrov John Anderson left Tuesday for Louisville whore he tenters the Bryant Stratton Business College to take the full course 1 0 Christson of the Sharpsviile neIgh rhood wds a caller at the NEWSLEADER office tbs week Mr Christson was one of the grand Jurymen AT THE CHURCHES 1 This column wilt be devoted to tho religious ami cnuroh interests of ourI town anti coramunlcatijns and an noupcemeula from the pastors of thoI Presqyterlan1B rpUst Methodist and Catholic Churcbns are solfclted Rev A CDixon the New York preacher and Rev Weston R Gales tbe Njrth Carolina ovangeliat contemplate erecting a tabernacle and holding a summer school at Cleveland Springs near Charlotte N C Rev Gales is tbe same who hell a revival mealing at this place last summer Rev G C Pug preached two sermons at the Baptist Church orf list Sunday andhereafter fill that pulpit regularly MrvPugh is a younk man a na tIve of Georgia but is attending the Baptist Theological College at Louisville Hwill graduate in June next and will then likely come to Springfield to make hisI home Some of the members of tbe Presbyterian congregation are agitating the questiLD of boild lug a parsonage for the pastor of that church The movement is a worthy due one and should be encouraged as a comfortable borne for the pastor iis one of the prime needs in every churcL community The Progressive Church Workers the ladies society of the Presbyterian Church is ar ranging to give a dinber on next County Court day which wll be Monday tne 22d inst The room over Watoro Brownes drug store has been secured for the occasion and it may be do pended upon that the ladies will serve a dinner that will be first class Twenty five cents will be charged and the proceeds will go towards some needed repairs- on the church tt 4 Tte Rev C C Petty of North Carolina Bishop of the A M E Zion Church was here yesterday and preached to tthe culond folks at their church last night He is one of the foremost men and best speakers in his church The Ladies prayer meeting was held Monday last at Mrs Lawsons Tbe next meeting will be Monday afternoon at Mrs A C McElroys The word text is Word o Regular services at Prdsbyte rian Cl urch Sunday the 14th 11 a no sermon by the pastor Subject Christ tne tried stone Text Isaiah 28 16 7 pin sermon bp the pastor SubjectIThe power ofthis stone LUkE O1SV VV t5t f MO SVfLLE7 Fromn ourJtezuiar Cormpandeat OflJlmMiss 2JanniitinuhkHI of Bloom full paid our town i flying visit Sjaaduy hat MriLco Boblett has returned from Ill fr a weeks Visit to friends here Zob Lintcn of Spencer visit lug here Misses Rosa and Mattie Snider of Chaplin visited Mrs Mattie Good last reek Byron Croak passed through our town lAst Monday Mrs J M1 WnIl and children visited her sister Mrs Ed Muyfield of Fredericktown last week Will Iloughlin was in our town Sunday Misa Myrtle Virgin of Muud visited Miss Ortt Troutmun of Brooks llast week John R MooVe went to Taylors vile on business lost weekV John A Boblett lisa typhoid fever W 0 Ellis our fruit agent was in your town last weekVMiss Emma Miller ofWoodlawn visited her father Sunday last Misses and Nannie MCl revisited tho Mi3303 Piles last week Chirhe Lee Grundy and wile passed trough our town Sunday Andrew Cash was the guest of his father the pat week Miss Annie Miller visited her sister at Gotland few days during the past week John It Moore paid a flying trip tOCroakes Station J M Wall and Dr Sheehan was in in your town Saturday on busi ness JJ D Stiles and wife paid the latters mother a visit at Woodlawn lust Sunday Mrs James Bcnham is hopelessly i illVLent ii hero and dancing is over fjr awhije W O E PEN irILIC K From Our Spa Itl orrr ondcnt The weather is pleasant And the rooJs aro quite rough ItTrnry hard times And we feel pretty tough Fenwick Nubbings are not small cars of corn but the latpst news you like to read them pnca a week subscribe tor the Nnws- LuADERit will pay you The many friends of Mr and Mrs Jo Berry were pjincd to learn ot the Jeatt of their infant which died at Flat Lick Ky lust weekandwas bured at Sfv Rose They have the sympathy of the entire community in their sadbe r a vema ii t Quite a number of our youths attended first public Iterary given liy the students liftthe Muck yule Uigh Schojl last Friday night It was d decided success dome ofu are very much interested in literan work andwill anxiously await to attend the next which will be about tne middle of April Miss Bettio Nunnn jj visiting npar Loretto this week T J Nally and son Will attend ed court in Lebanon last week HORN To the wife of M D Montgomery the 5th inst a girl Twas umoreron last Tuesday eve tnat the Holy Sacrament of matrimony would be celebrated by venerable lady end gentleman ofI this vicinity about 830 oclock hi Assumption Church and quite 0i number of our young people turned out on hay wagons to witness the ceremony but nnjortunately it was not carried into eficctbut u un ture to say the young foik Nn1the ride nail were not luilt y li disappointed the pr1i1 ti li8penso lion that failed to mi vr Miss Addie Lpjfidon spint ur lily and Sunday with her sister Mrs James WillHtt at Valley Uill Misses Emma Beovon lletic Rudd Callic and Olura Sims spent lust w ekwith Miss IVarl Adams Elmer Anderson who is attending school at Winchc8torKy made n flying visit to his parents this week Miss Maggie Smith visited rein tives in FrederLktown the latter part ot last week and while there secured a signed school for a term of three months begiuni tho first oc April James Adams loaves this week for Chapin III where he has ac cepted position on the farm of Wm Bijgers nt S1G per month Miss Nellie Nunan is visiting her aunt Mrs Lit Nunan near Springfield Will Thompson spentsevernl diys of last jveek with the family of Martin lull i t KATRINKA Katrinto fresh as tSb morning Gazed from her caseincntjovr wtadnIIbFtood1nrklyth mplendorOf4II wonder thoucht tho maiden Jf IthttdelllhtC1mftlfoodlng rlgoVTo Ude with ua day nd nlgLt I wonder If all tho goodness Tbct inakea123 etcady end true lIdai softly In with the dawning1 throughIoAnt holp Ha in all lye do ItfWbuthcr wdro Ipy or auyVWhether wo grumblo or dug Whcthcr our tbonchto nrouabhV Or vrbqthet they grovel nil stint KAlrlntaUowbogunTbcroabreakfad weedingAndurorotirgiThen70mnch Bright littlo maiden Kotrlnka In the mad of tho dyko end tho e aVThey who in tho glow ot tho dawning Arc ell tho world ocr tbeu GladuOlSoF1ltbCnlln The path of tho day ia diviner Wbcroror their light milT bo Mrs Jlary Mapos Dodge in St Nicholas A ROYAL FLIGHT Tho great winter palace by tho Zatun Zco was filled with guests A few months before Augustus tho young elector of luselsland had been betrothed to the Princess Irene tho only daughter of tho margrave of Hecselstndt and the margravine an cetute politician who had brought about the match had nr rangcd that he should entertain a largo party of relatives for Christinas at the magnificent Zatunhof which had been nntennnted since the early days of his minorityVA week had passed and the mar nraviuo had begun to doubt tho wisdom of her plan in throwing the young pen ple so much together before their ma- rriae for tho elector an earnest and coi oicntiona sovereign and a man who- IJilll1I extreme sensitiveness and deep alIt ctiun beneath c reserved demeanor prcvcd liiuiKcif but nrinkcwcrin lover while tho princces seemed utterly indif ferent to his presence Quo aftcrnocn the Princess Irene stood upon the terrcco of tho Italian garden overlooking the lake upon the frozen surface of which the winter sun was casting long rays cf criinEcn light She looked eagerly among tho groups of skaters and then at the open tent where her mother and her ladies were sitting round a flaming brazier An expression of intenfio disappointment crocscd berI pretty face then she smiled contemptuously and when her skates had beenI fastened by on attendant said indif fercntly to her lady in waiting the Countess von Vogel Have you seen the elector But her fingers voro nerv ously closing and unclosing upon a little note hidden in her mutT No inKdcme the countess replied looking inquiringly at her mistress I heard that a dispatch had come frcin the capital and probably But tho princess had glided over to her mother to whom abe repeated her question Tho morgraviuo locked anxiously at her doughier but answered her lightly You must not bo too okacting Irene The prime minister arrived after luncheon and Augustus is probably deep in politics Ills sereno highness is nct skating this afternoon said a handsome young man standing behind tho margravines chair Thcro is a question of a newt ax to be settled I believe princess smiled brightly Moro ITho she cried in this weather will to a revolution What a pity sire added to her mother turning the bidden note in her fingers that Augustus should lose this afternoon Tho ice is in splendid condition Baron Hcderkb turning to tho young man who lied spoken Will you teach mo that new figure you vreie describing yesterday Baton Hedcrich von Egidy bowed and slipping on his skates joined the princes They passed joaeng the other sJratcw and after several turns gradu ally made then way ton remote part of tho lako until nt length they stopped beneath the shadow cast by overhang ing trees that grew down to the waters edge They had scarcely spoken and now thrre was a silence which Baron Hcderich broke his hitherto courticrliko manner giving way to tho touooid bearing of a love- rDidmynoto reach you madamO ho asked softly in French taking her haiul Yes tho Countess vcn Vogel was a trusty messenger tho princess rcplitd Owning But eho did not withdraw Ier 1iindVThen then I may still have hope Hope IWhere would your hopes load you she rIsked coldly taking the vote from her muff and tearing it intp littlo picccg and scattering them en the ice Beyond the limit cf nudccily ho answered smiling into her tlfQron scarcely bclicvo that you would ills courage lflOflCW IAg1n there was silence the princcfcs skating in widening circles round antI round a twig frozen in the ice lila a homing pigeon that Lcsltatos o alight upon tho rot Suddenly nbbvo their heads canto tho wend of an fix being struck fiercely upon a tree hc ring of tho metal vibrating through tho still air Shnltwo skate on Baron Heder icit nslcd still in French as tho brood shoulders of n peasant ihowed tor a mom nt between the trunks of tho trees the princess replied decidedly INo color Gaining in Jicr checks much eftfci here and bogidea II ho added meaningly ho will not nn dorstonfL Irene cried the baron raising her hand to his lips My darliugl Oh I mn nlrecdj weary of my bond ageV said the princess ignoring lena oiico nor nuwoanq tsut the countess was asking him question and his pleasant reflections were interrupted The clock in the great square of thb Zatuuhof had scarcely struck midnight when two veiled cud cloaked figures crept through the push dcor cf tho vate entrance to the palace nudes prijj ly entered the waiting carriage was drawn up in the Bhadow of the por tico Tho wheels moved noiselessly over tho thick snow but the roltlo cf the jJ hcrscs hanicsn filled the two wrmeu with alarm We ihallbe discbvoredtjj whispered tthe eouat HS tti L f = w SPECiFiIe SJrg j S4F Doit miss tfhiopjorturiityi of bettingt tht 1URE TEST BARGAINS ver C ff rcd before 1 fW ftS t Pr f j iS 1e rt Xii rWe bavealot ofentsT4adiesi and Qhildrens iio tiin a viy- l2of Styles and grades Some ar shghUv hoPVgr n taTell as now COdods Wb 1cli Wl WJflff sell you fOr about fri nL F I I l See it odr size IS k in this lot tJdg it I I1CLB6AI f 7r r some cff th best mfkes ofeShs a t iinE S 11 i 1 Jc- a I wz i r t TWe t i k 4ShOES k Latest Lastand Toes f + bIej 0 if jtspepd f 4iLr i MCGHORD ROBRTSObti ltltF 4 t tIft caress But her voico to the boron seemed louder than Was its wont tim only a human chattel to to II over to the highest biddera to bo sacrificed to political cXJ1 puppet to be made tomnrry and tntnIperhaps at the bidding of a Then let mo free you cried Hederich passionately Tho clcctpv neglects you even before ho marries you To inn vho have loved you madly fcr three years your future seems a liv ing death ThinkVI have thought I havo thought and I want love to give love to Le loved U n woman llas made a mans life happy whether he bo priuco cr peasant Eh has not lived in Vain cud Ibut hqw can I expectIovcIVwhose marriage has been made net ordained By making my life happy Irene whispered tho boron a lre ttl1g to the end ijver since I joined your fathers suit I have loved no other woman eae ycjurcelf But I have never dared lo speak until wo camofa Zatnu anti I thought you ccemcd to care for me Tho princess shivered Ent how is it possible Eho murmured Tonight replied the baron h cart tinge will bo waiiing cuteifip bo nrivntc entrance to tho palace near which ynuj know there are no sentries and tho men at Ibe cuter gates trill be told tho prime minister is returning foiddenly to the city If you can arrange to leave af midnight wo can catch thQ train for Paris at a small station outside Ethers dart where I shall be waiting for you and then Irene I understand It said the princcrtf1 slowly lain to sacrifice every tiling If you will havo it yes ho answered with ancdd uanortitg of Us eyelids But you gain what you crave love II The princess looked up tier bank she cried suddenly as she saw tire glint of thin peasants blue drtta through tho trees yes No sacrifice is too great for love I will that the pri vato entrance at midnight And then for Purierand happiness away whispered the baron es they ekavcd when they wcrocut cf fiight a in peasant dress slipped down the mnuI and carefully collecting the tetp1nnela little book nhich ho had tnkcu from a pcckct in his blouse The Princess Irene of Hrsselstadt had never Leon in such brillituit spirits as upon that evening and the young elector hovered ubcut her chair ill a corner of the great vitc trsvv iajf rrcai after din ter vithjiu iUmost loverlJo fccdncsH But she turned from him with on indif ference that bccainoTo intoked that tho niargravice in despair asked her to ting Waving nsiclo alady iu waiting who rose to accompany her the prbicefisRat down at the piano end ran her finger flashing with jewels 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Life Stock Crops and Farming Implements ON FRIDAY MAROR 12 iY at about 10 oclock a m as As aigneVof A B Cooper I will on the premises offerat public sale to the highest and best bidder the magnificent farm on which A B Cooper now resiles This farm oi about235 acres is situated about one and a half miles East of Spring field on the Perryvillo turnpiko has a now dwelling and fine stock slid splendid orchard and is in aI high state of cultivation and a vpry desirable location At the same thaIhighest and best lot of cows horses mules hogs and farming implements ON SATURDAY MARCH 13 asjthe premises offer aU public sale to the highest and best bidder the splendid farm of about 270 acres on which 0 N Cooper now lives y This farm is situated oa the Little Beach about five and a half miles North of Springfield pn the Spring ItIon a dwelling and ill necessary outbuildings and illwelllocatedBnd in a high state ofcultIVation At the same time and place 1 will sell to the highest bidder a lot ot horses cows shoep and hogs farming implement porn hay and oatsfEach of said tracts of land will be offeredas a whole and in parcels to suit bidders and sold so as to realize the beat price and should either or loth of said tarms fail to sell then Ias Assignee will rent said farm or farms to the highest and best bidder on the premiSeS an the Jay advertised for the saleITERMSTbe lands will be sold Jii a credit of 6 12 and 18 months the purchaser being required to give bunds with approved personal securities bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per year from date of sale till paid with a lien retained on the land as additional security The personalty will be soldon a credit of 6 months lor all sums over 10I1nd for all sums under 810 cash in hithd Parties desiring information will call on or aduress the undersigned cr R Y McElroy Lebanon Ky RW Olements Springfield Ky jor L A Hamilton Fredericksburg Ky TWt SIMMS M Assignee ofC Nand A B Cooper- NEWSLEbDERL00yCar3 ArTaltteiB Fertiliser Mr AD McN irI of panst ville N Y deliverel a lecture here Saturday last on Commer car Fertilizers Mr McNalr pointedont that a complete fertilizer or guano is made by mix ing certain raw mterias like nitrate of soda acid phcsphate and uriate of potash which contain nitrogen phosphoric acid and potash respectively He stowed that plants like ani malst require a properly balan ced food in order to thrive best It is necessary therefore for the farmers to consider carefully the composition of their fertilize ra Mr McNalr drew attention to the fact thaI the average fertili zer is deficient in potash con taining usually not over 2 percent oi this ingredient whereas on anaverage they should con tain not less than 6 per cent ol actual potash and oiten much moreWherebrnds of the proper composltloL can not be obtained farmers often find it profitable to apply about 100 pounds of muriate of potash in addition to the fertilizers they buy For certain rops like peas and clover the speaker said that no nitrogen is necessaay because these plants have the val uable property of absorbing this costly ingredient fiomj the air thus savin the farmer a large expense To grow big crops of peas and clover iit is advisable to fertilize them with about 100 to 150 Ibs muriate of potash and 300 to 400 s of acid phosphate per acre For corn wheat potatoes and timothy it would be necessary to add nitrogen Every farmer therefore would do well to grow clover or peas in his rotation CoacrrnlBX Mates A correspondent asks To de cide a bet will you please state in ithe liver column whether there was a mule on the ark or not No sir nary a mule When Capt Noah built the ark as a highwater packet in the Ararat trade and went into the menagarie business he found that he was a mule out just as he got ready to leave on his maiden trip He went shore and after looking around found a mule and would have made his animal show complete if he had been able to get him aboard this boat Not being able to find a negro who would twist his tail and make him get aboard by walking the gangplank and utter trying to get his deck crew to coax shove lead or carry the mule oboard he got mad rung the bell backed out and lit out for Ararat leaving the mule a lonely friendless beast until he was discovered by a negro The two have been fast friends ever since Louisville Courier Jour nal OUR NEW YORK LETTER Blehard ZCansflelda Eccentricities Un popular Deipite His Ore Tal eatHU Odd Jokes Special Correspondence If 100 habitual theater goers of this pity were asked to name the best actor in this country it is likely that at least of them would select Richard Mans field To any person who ia discriminat ing and1 unbiased critic this conclusion would seem an eminently just ono And yot it is a fact that when Mansfield ploys hero there ia not nearly tho rush to him that there should be when his post tion In tho dramatic world is considered Mr Mansfield realizes this fact and is sorely puzaled thereby He cannot understand why things should bo as they are and those who are sufficiently near to him to explain the trouble either ore afraid or unwilling to do so The cause of Mans olda tremendous personal un popularity which has got to such a point as to interfere seriously with his professional reputation ia well known to everybody remotely connected with theatricals excepting only Mansfield himself 1If8 OrasD Per Notoriety There are many things which hare conspired to bring about this condition of affairs but the most potent without a doubt is the great actors inability to distinguish notoriety from publicity Be loathes oblivion so far as tho news papers are concerned Ho must see his name in them constantly No matter how it may get in it must be there He is also possessed with mania for saying and doing things which he fondly imag lees will cause talk At first his odd conduct had this effect but latterly it has got so that no ono pays any atten tion to it no matter how strange it may be But Mansfield is very1 fertile in oX pedients for at least arousing anger if nothing else The finite of this city bytheMansfield is Said to have had with a re porter of another city On this occasion it appears that be was asked to give the true significance of his extraordinary and frequent speeches before tho curtain and of his queer comments on the achievements of contemporaneous ac tom Hcr jfaianopTXjrtuuity which all st MIIOTHER I There word of meaning so is full no and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that of MOTHER ishe who watched oVer our helpless infancy and guided our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Moth eris beset with danger arid all effort should ibe made to avoid it assists natureI I so tIMr ExpectantFfl9fll foreIIbexperiences the joy of MitfcerMod Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother andChild and she is found stronger after than before confinementin short it makes Childbirth naturaland easyas so many have said Dont be persuaded to use anything bu- tMOTHERSFRIEND My wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two chil dren than she did altogether with her lasty having previously used four bottles of Mothers Friend It is a blessing to anyone expecting to become a MOTHER says a customer Uzxnznaox Dazx1 Carml Illinois Of Druggists at 1100 or lent by man on receipt ot price Write for book containing teitlmonuli ana valuable information for all Mothers free The Brs4lU BnralttorCo lUtataCs Bilious yolk Pomona who are subject to attacks of bilious colic will be pleased to know that prompt relief may be had by taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy and if taken as soon ag the tint Indication of the disease ape pear it will prevent the attack For sale by Haydon tRobertson That Tired Feeling overcomes us when inferior preparations are recommended by unscrupulous do tiers as Just ox good as FoloyH Honey and Tar Cough Syrnp when we know tbe uneqnaled merits of this great medicine artist of good Jadgmenrwoara nave put to one ddo But if the interviewer is to be believed Mansfield rushed at it like a trout at oAr and then follows the most absurd of all the fulminations of this very fulminating gentleman Ha Loves to Chaff People- I have been a joker all my life he said and I suppose I shall continue to have my joke until the final curtain falls That Is why J begin to chaff a man when he comes and nsks me Mr Mansfield what do you think of arU 1 see he can be gulled and wants to be gulled so I say that since the days of Garrick there have been no actors ex youknowexpense But ho doesnt see it Then he says to mo Mr Mansfield wbatdo you think of Irving Nowit is never cour teous in our profession for one actor to comment on another and I do not want to be guilty of a breach of manners So myhandyouknowlowseveiybltofitWhy Speeches As regards the curtain speeches Mr Mansfield said I do not see why I should not be allowed to make pleas entries with my audience when their number is not large It seems to me that the joke is on mo because the pee ple will notpay to come and see me and not an Intimation that the people of that particular city do not appreciate dramatic art Yet when I made some such light remark in a speechbefore the curtain at Atlanta it was announced to tho world that Mr Mansfield had in suited tho intelligence of Atlanta in a most intemperate and uncalled for speech That was another of my jokes which was taken seriously There are many dramatic critics who arc enemies of mine for what reason I know not unless they are the friends of somo person or other who has been discharged from my company for incompetency ordisagreeablcnces or un less they have been told and are willing to believe without meeting mo that Mr Mansfield is a snob a brute and a villain Men of this typo take these jest ing statements of mine and twist them until they are positively appalling How Xtncflold Could Win The theatrical writers it would ap pear to me should take Mr Mansfield at his word and assume that everything he soysia a joke They would thereby bo doing the actor a genuine service Mr Mansfield does not consider New York a city It is only a provincial vii lage in a formative condition The pro pta have no appreciation art and he would much prefer to be off the stage or at least away from America And this is not hearsay I have had it all from his own lips Still in spite of much that he does and says that is in bad taste I venture to say that if Mr Mansfield would come to New York exactlyadaptedcould remain hero profitably throughout the season But be will persist in doing the same old things over and over again until even the delightful Beau Brum mel has been almost worn threadbare The few now ploys that Mansfield has produced hAve scarcely been worthy of consideration and qre only used in a des ultory manner New York longs for the opportunity to lavish its dollars upon Mansfield and to take him to its heart of hearts but he repels them by his 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