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Browne caused an universa expression of regret among their many frleuds in this county where they have always commanded het 1 spect andrIndshtp of their neighbors and acquaintan het1Brone are considered among the very best farms the county afords Their owndrs have been hard Corking and progressive their qops good and the hve stock they raised has alwavs been of the purest and nest breed Thei failure was surprise to most people and is certainly dhcouri aging to the farming interests ofI this section and an example of what the decrease in the value bf farm products within the past few years has done for the farmer It is to he hoped tbat a set tlement will be effected that willi jbfl of matlial ben jtto allcncercedf FVOG vs SHEEP One of the jjrorst and Tnosfr omreGessarjLJ eyijsthe farmer hasta contend with is the sheepkilling dog La Every little wbile you hear from- thisitnd that farmer that be has lost so many lambs from dogs Thousands of dollars worth of sheep are killed annually in the sheepraising coanMes by about fifteen cents worth of dogs and yet nothing is done torid the county of the worthless canines which infest it I take the Tel 1thei i makes a sensible suggestion the subjectS onI Having for the fourth time select d a choice lot of ewes for breeding purposes and having them four times slain I have concluded to abandon the idea of sheep raising until my be loved State enacts some law for their protection In this community within the last two weeks there has been not less than 100 worth of valuable sheep slain by the worthless curs that roam At large and prey upon whatever they can devour They yield not Statetor county but consume the bread which should be given to the children Now is there not way to reach this that sheep maybe free and dogs destroyed I would suggest that the candidates for the Legislature be in structed to frame and pass a law taxing every dog in the State f5 and in case the tax is unpaid triat the State kill abe dog and imprison the owner ritil thefax lspaldt t I 555 HOGf LAW The town I Jive done the proper IIHE is pagsjing a stock law but hard work is vet to and that is to see that the theImar y town that it soon becomes a deadletter and that in a few months the people of the town will forged that such a law was ever made 1 notice an example of Jhatln Bardstown The nEi cotdOf gplqe says A neat pouiTd was made on the premise of Mr L 4 Shehan sqme efghteeh months ago to hold f delinquent hogs but we 1 ave never seen It occupied not withstanding that this spring weather the h 2 Isgettiun his wokw1thaveflgeanceWe saw a fence iin the corporate limits of the to 5Thuiill havd to Bo faling4Inand all caused b tbf blpssec hog rooting after worms Now in the name jpfr common t sense jfhy is the law pot enforced I Dont let us have our beautiful jlitilEfPhyt uinedb t6ttof hdgs that are of littlel vajue even to the owner I YOUR INTELLIGENCE Yoijr intclligcnco is quoRtJohcd by tho toIhcllISOI1hC cannot Innt up nnythiiiR liko it hoIHellsItiles with similar sounding nnncs WJicn you buy DnRells PinpTarIIoiujj ee that the bottlo lisa never boon opened that It hears tho picture niui tI1 nonv or Good Old Granny Mcicslfo ami the iiano of tho K K Suthorlnnd Mcrticino Cimpanv Futintulii Park Pad u cab ICy ORDINANCE The Trustees of the Town of Springfield Ky do ordlin a follows That no loose cattle or hogs or sockot anydescription shall be allowed to run at large upon any of the public streetor alleys of said town and that any such stock so found at large and not under the immediate care of some person shall be taken up by the town marshall or by nny other person who may so desire arid delivered into the possession 10f the public pound keeper ITbe owners of sad stock may Teeovetp ssdssionI 01 same by presenting to the pound keeper receipt Irom tho town clorf agamstIsaid stuck have been paid in fu III Said charges shall amount to a fee of fifty cents on each horse mule etc and fifty cents on each head or cattfe and a fee ofI thirty five cents oh each hog orI sheep so taken up besides a reasonable charge to prY for the keeping and advertising of suid animals while they have been inI said pound The fee for the taking up of animate shall be paid to the person delivering them to the pound keeper Less 10 cents per head wbKh amount shall go to said town for tne pur pose of defraying necessary ex poundIdance with this ordinance shill be advertised in each issue ofj some weekly paper published ioj said town of Springfield or by written or printed notices posted in three or more public places ofIj and redeemed prior to this time If at the expiration of ten days said animals have not been redeemed They shall besohl public outcry to the der and the hihestbidI firtt to the payment of charges against said animal allI gether with the cost of selling same thqn theVresidue Ifvauy shall tiEidto the owner of said property SThis ordinance shall be in ef feet oiii dafter March 2Q58O7- A R Shuliz Chm B T SoI Attest filRThbmpRon clkTB TS Hhoumatlsm Quickly Cureil After having J een confined to tho houao tot cloven days and jiayinu1 oat 23 doctor Htlis without bciiclit Mr Frank Dolsont tait1t Bte Marie Micli wllcurpd by tmobottlpof OliohiborJalnH iPoin Balm costing 25e and liaa ifot tnVo ibeen troubled1 wlttt thnt complaint For sale by Ilujdon tt Robertson r I tZ WIPWOUEiUIvWR8 t rtiI4 tpolices s oc t soedorKrafr wMjedvOf fur s tio or etfcnaVo InscricdjtkthIs cot man runs or cnxno Furmnrs ar P quested fdsend in stocliorcrcp4einsfo pubIjet19iCi t Mr E P Faolconora Jabic said which took pac otDanvilJe ebrnary 25th waa good sale realizing from 870 to 300 each Considering the circumstances and the act that hold fro of jacks were anxious to sellr the sale was satisfactory ttSA dispatch from ISlontilava rfeiJco says that R Bl Remispn an American cattlebuyes haa jyflt closed deals for tho purchase of dsOOO hoad oh llexl can cattle These cattle wore all pur chased from ranchmen of that section rihd they vslllbs shipped to Texas in a few days aad Qattenod for market r ABvndicato of Chicago Catholics has bougttbo Tvo Buckle Ranch in Crosby Co TosaB and will locate 300 German farmers on the land for the purposo of rowing sugar beets A total of18P033 acres is included and a sugar factory and railroad to Amarillo will be built It is said that the capi ta back of the enterprise is ample t Mr C Q WinnPiko Co Ill reports that ho believes he cured an berdibegani weroIIwas i tIIt has been many a long day since any ouch activity has been witnessed in the Western cattle trado as is nowI to he noted throughout the 1lanIOOIbabeen rapid and continuous amounting in some cases to S3 per hoal since Ust tall and large pro lhave bath made Sales of calves ani yearlings nt lli to e25 are reported and rangomen aro in tho market for largo numbers of bulls They are oven endeavoring t5 con traot for bull culves for delivery this fall if they can be had on basis Of prej sent prices Capital is again entering the field for the ilrat timo in years and the market has thorofora the added impetus imparted by heavy buyers for investment account i etrengtbtofBreeders Gazette of Saturday Last week 3609 horses wero received here w cricli is tho largest arrivals for sove months and 400 iu excess of the rotcoipta of the corresponding Week last year and yet pries manifest a tendency to advance under the large doi mand Mondays receipts were n 80Iyore test f tho market reaching au total of 119 which Is the largest sinI gloday receipts in nearly a yoar but Iin tho face of this doligo tho market ruled strong Another heavy run yesterday had a tendency to dull tho keen edge of the demand but prices Ion attractive lots did not suitor It is of course possible to glut the market just as It ia opening qut more broadly and shippers should avoid this In tho auctions yeete dar drivers ganged from 860 to 300 chunko jrom 840 to 8115 and drafterj from 860 to S170 Tho attendance of buyers is the larg mllrletIIngfair prices now being paid Profitable Advertising There was aman in our town and be was wondrous wise when be marked his prices hrjJ tie then did ad vcrt isoIAnd when be i crease with aU his might and main he marked still lower everything and adv tj rt4sed nginAnd when he advertised again this rivals cursed ard swore to see folks go vitt mighty rush to patronizA his store And while they sat in sojijtude and saw him custom win that man behind the helJAndwhon he raked thutjIsi t in and saw his fortune risiog he took a goodly lot of printers ink and kept on advertiing Each day a genanlus sum hed sinkiand demonstrated plain the mor one pays for printers ink the greater is his gain Ex 5SITOW to Find Out Fill a bottle or common water glass with uHno and let itstand tventyourhoprsa a selhnntorsctt1iug inditfatcs a dfeased condition of5the kiatioyr When DrlnS5 stains lines it is positive evidence of kidney troublov Too froousntfrdie to toriuateor painjfc 1Kb LMtt ISaWr coriVthcrn probf that tee kidneys and bladder varc out of 5545order rtUJ Iou Sa1lIilqoO TlcrflJ ctnJoi jajhptknovvledf fo often exprcac4 r cL1ms 4jntpoS the gret4fdnromdy IQhiivery wIth nraUQifins pain intUobackkldnoYstltver ladderindoveiyparo herIpar3paihold jaE f allJty lJn fJptsII It1111JUPIutnc 1101 Nld r fcfcjs ftouoylnfus plJlquor grine or boor and oracumoat unnjealant nscessfty of being compelled to up many times during tho night to uinate L1jomhtd and xtraprdioary effect SwampRoot Is soon rcnllzQtV Inlands the highest for its won derful cures of tetoost distressing Wtes If you need a medicine you should have the best Bold by druggists prtea fIfty cents and one dollar For n sample bottle and pamphlet both sent freo by mall mention NEWS fRAiiBit and send your felt pos of flee address toDr KUmor Co JUng hnmton NY The proprietors bf this pa per Kuarautoo 1ft jienulnenesB bf this offer- BLOODSHED A GateKeeper Shot andI TollHouses Burned by Raiders Over in Mercer Tho toll gate raiders have re sorted to desperate methods over rolJowIinc special from tl ere will show Tollgate raiders made a clean sweep on the Mackville Cornish villa and Oak Bridge turnpikes last night destroying seven gates At the gate on the firstnamed road one milb from this place the dnors were barricaded from the outside and the bouse fired i Creed EJginton the keeper his wife and children were forced to remain in the building until the roof began to fall In No farni- savedI also fired the see end tollhouse on the Cornish iville pike sfx miles Irom this place Cal Adkinson tho gate keeper ran out to extinguish the flames Re was warned by the mob not to attempt to put the fire out He paid no attention to vrarninp and one of the raid 1the fired both barrels of a gun at rim ntCIOser shot took effect in the side of his face putting out the left evo and badly lacerating tbec hqulder and side and tearing off two fitfgors orlig and Roporls are that Adkinson f cannot recover Excitement in the locality isI great as Adhinson who is con- widened one bf tho nerviest men in the county has brothers and lati7t5Iof the mob and thn sheriff has JCUDtvlIGov I3radlev requesting that a a reward be oftirtd AdUinsons friends are organizing to avenge the cowar murder of their townsman lyI Tnriv AsveirnyxitoMs Aninclt X Moen Fountain Minn says Ayern thnrrv PoftijriU hn lutil n vnnpcrfiil of feet In iMirin my brothers rlulilron of a oveio nod dnn oroua cold It was truly Hstonltliln now speedily tboy found roo hot nftor taking tills jnopi ration Isitpcrwork tljuV 1ms iliad this country with nervous drSpoptlcstbntI takes the Lieih ohTtleit from their lilood nndii nkcs thorn omaclntcil and inefficient No It rubbloI Icooking oveicatinpof iudigestilp nn1uthJ hoalthdostroylinj The remedy is nrtlnVJallv dlgl food such as tho Shaker JJigestlvo todi aJreadyIlnjnmell itgelt Iud digesting other food taken with lt aoilcsb and Blron th mtuhi lauat palatethaikdrekttt1effifLiCs rnlllo A bct- iia1 bd1U6at ff COSUITIOI CAN BB IIJRED- T A blocum C the Great Chemist and Scientist will tend Free to the Afflicted Three Bottles of Hi Newly DIs- covered Remedies to Cure Consumption and All Lung Troubles Nothing could be maro aireri mora phil anthropic or car more Joy to the afflicted than tho offer ofT A SlocnmM CofNew York City r Confident that be has discovered a roll able euro for consumption and all bronchial and weakness loss of flesh nnfl alt condit lobs of wasting and to make its great merits known be will send freo threot tlcs tj any reader of the Zli4Rw- hO may be suffering y Already thUr Qow scfeaWfljcoura of mediolnol has p rn anently urcdjWjquscv ands of apparently fiopelUss cases Whe no tcaD dbht i tirilrsio Td tj = 4t1tYAYh q g4 nttyt donate his infallible cure Hshajpifevcd tho dreaded consumption to be a curable dlscasa beyond nnj douh JtjCiiis me Inils Jierlcun IlDdEtfro laboratortei lestimObiaU tIf pfrieic from those bgneflttad and cured iaagarti rtbe w rut Dont delayititit ft It tJj 1tiflafliitiIi Ion unntcrI1P PCedsiD Cfr tate death Addruv T A Slocuraj M L- giilaei StrectlNeSr York an39bciltfrlt n tbS floQthSvq excess and pdIoIU address atM pleaso rnontToa reading this hrtlclo 1nzig KEWS LEAUEK + i CORRESPONDS f MAGKVILliE t J PomOdr peclat1 Correspondehi Mr Wiibtir Pet r atkzi13 cburchrflbelastSiundayHenry last week William Busby is in Louisville this week with tobacco Mr Charles Howard one of the college students addressed the people at the Christian Church last Sunday night Mrs MaUd Whjpple will te tturn to her home in Louisville this week after a visit to relatives near here Misses Fannie Rlcbardson and Kate Peters attended the Methd dist meeting at Perryville last weekICorn is now advancing in nrice It has been selling here at the low pnre of 80c per bbL Elvin Birch sold to H C Graham two fat head of cattle weigh ing 4000 pounds at 3t cents Aunt Rocky Shewmaker has been quite ill for several days from a fall she since and her recovery is doubtful There willbe no services att the Methodist Church next Sun day as Rev Peoples will bq present at the Quarterly meeting hell at Stewart Stands at the Head Aug J Bagel the leading druggist of Shrcop6rtTj says tr Kings Nejy Dlscnveryls tho only thing that cuies my cough and Is thobest seller Ibave J F CainpbflUt inophnnt ot Stafford At rUt pVI111 erv ollthnt 11Itlitjmc or or falls and a sum cure for consumption ci ugha and colds I cannot say enough for its merits Dr Kings JCnw Discov en for consumption oughsaud iolds Ia notni exporlmcnt It been tried ur a qutitt r M acbntnry and totlay It stands nt the head It nover disappoints Free trial littles at Uaydob Itobcrf soni DrugStore tRbZLL From Oar RagulacorrcpoS id Jol man has mavod into the house on John Royaltys JasIII lee a girlS0 E Lttirellt tISanford a horse saddle bridle and blanket price 24 Mr Walter Hays and Miss Ellen Littrell were married on the 7th mat by Rev Jessie Robinson of Sharpsvillo Mr Thos R Foster has two children very sick of pneumonia Misses AnniP add BlrdidMoori came near meeting with a serious accident last Sunday while en tolauegay young into their buggy upsetting it and throwing them out Luckily no one was hurt t Quite a complicated lit tie bns iness transactidn tookplaceher- nafevdavsag9 MrSaniM1I ton nnd Robert lay ex hanip ai Tie jJilton sold tbW k 5TT 2 N 11 1ii 551atrb mid W IlfLarsofdioKbbf ertDay svdhacres of thp farm tradei to Milton They think of1 1 selling one ot theWst If t4st9 bome neighbor u dEdtsr to gei 11thouoytopay1or4deetsandrcz Cordufj same C fl tSJ B Peter 0o baVe lately + boughtseveraIts at tipgsHefa from vafouspatt1e Ii1ice S rMrY W Qarvb rnovedd i blS SItW lJh 1 df iJf r t sayThmberin iaad f1l 4LM JrL4JP J Ihr i1SEvi5 l l Frdmrlp3io tifIt 13AfrLIioblgUre riJtooka iferyiseverQ col4andrIe4 mahjf rcntille vihut help thq c don1tbecXKflng JrtQa qUIwt Atter psing 4Uij0 ihulll bottleS of Uiamberlains poffglf Temedvr both tho CouRh an T drildijtipeaidiiLthkblghasItljdat tJfJnbrltorl wi coughrmodyto do r rii1QOG1r lfoliders n 7 Dal4virtiseJ Foat by 1tiiydth4 f rtcrts6n I 0 3 11tJtI7 t tiliSlP i 1IlIi Oi 1 St T1rFcoolE1 SA Eio lr71rir t1tl Zffbfii ihisnd acJjtn1ugt oifntteR jtt2 fended bens le ptthe Ims ana ppty of 4e B aad 1jathanQqoprshioti t qnrr i on1at1iri4tyindJ Satiiday n444 J Iboleal tN tb Coolyr ers placa okplace on Friday v and the farm and considepabler v stock and rprodch werer- JF r sold 4TheTarm which contains 210 acres dfUaodwas sold to Mr T J Harmon aliIQ15 per acre Fair prig jverevrealizedifQr the personal property and stock The total amount realised fromF the sale including the prIde of v the farm w a3oo4TThe sale at the plksebf Alex r B Cooper wasannouncect to takeT place on Saturday and a larfie r crowd wasin attendance fiiaxi farm is first class land andii ii r among the best farms of the county The farm was offered as a whole and after slow Bidd ingWasruouptt 826 per acre There1he biddiogstoppedudIi was decided to reject that offer v i andjbe place was not sold Then stock and other property real J9 ized about 700 It has not yet J been decided just what will be done about fGe property Inilt iit is said that the Creditors are con siderjng a private offetiforii fT7fatn itrnpdsIlo tq1 hnnpyrcboetfu oruSti1tvheroPol issutTerlng from ri aiscorafottinjiijold or aSctnigh it Iswfinderfulthatcmepeopiir 4 mJF will go On from day to May sufferlafe i 3P froni these dfatrtssiri dlaoieVqen2- 5eenthQttIo a r Dr 5BoIls 1n ig RohpiLg relieve ibe most 8tu mr iSrase ST n1niIIIie1dol1dak tv ii He9rlJji iild the n w jatdt from YdahpwioupJace u U e of the most iptejestln figures laI the pppechoure He a plalnX i ttnzanjatnbrcd with a 14 rough and ready experience in life aqcLa sung little fortune 0da5 000 Or4O 000 wrungrby hard work wlthhis bands from an un willing fciK He Is5 fuli ifx feetf high and while no batOThisZ- wordaspenjn measured atif temphatic tones nevtr fail to im press his hearers tevSenator I is a native of St Lonisandlsj only thirty eight years old Iirparents were poor and V9un1 u Ieitfeld af tefc brief studIes1rPSthe grammar schools ofofJE Louis started out West Ho went to Konsas and to WasbinR i ton and finally to Idaho He tramped through he new coVn t1Lrjit as f rJDboy laborer stone mason and othsr occupations 4 until he at llast6 setlled wn1L1f ap agdcuUurist Looking for a political goddess to worship fate benewI1clrtpttI insell at once He is not po1IrjiSl and never possessed a swaiTow 2 tall coatun1Hhe was etectea and then poly because he did i wish t be conspicuous by aKatlr ti 4Ulaffectation WasbIDgtOI1El- jpatch to the lc Of tst fer1d ifttc tr s traxollai the bctmdieiceSOitt1fjLI Doctors rccoaaaed iVLa otCeiteV J1- rou 4 L I 4 iiI 1H i WtEAbEA lp I 7 MOTSLEADER THURSDAY H18 1897 1r E L DAVISON JR ANNOUNCEMENTS FoR CIRCUIT JUDO Patteson Wo sro authorized to announce Gharles fattosoB of Taylor county a candidate for Circuit Jadgo of the Eleventh Judicial District competed of Marios Washlagtoo Taylnr aid Green counties subject to the aetipa of Ute Pempcratio party Novemberc 1ctkiii lSt1 rORSCHOQL SUPERINTENDENT i r Ptter W eefttborlJCdto announce P1 MBeth Peter u araadldato for County BHpejfateBdqnt of public schools for WaJateaoapnyubJec to the wj f Ntkrty Sader V weoItoaaouarutscIt bundeiusa cand1diteor tIe offloc iof O0 Hty SupeUntcndwjt or Common A koolaof Washington county subject to the support Pf the voters ofthe county nad the endorsement all political par tlSr THE Mississippi RIPer bacrsche1 the highest arkonteI Jfr corsToa its lower end end greet i1ape Jrpw the fiood tesulU TheJ TH ieer Nqdtna Ark 5 fiftyjpilet above Memphis gave way Saturday lfut nd e tor rMferuftatd inlat low lands of Mississippi county Ark The fpe VltodJ BO warning of thE dlaifer and it is feaired that lives were lost Tot miles west 0of TfeHtphis there Is not a home that is habitable The strain on the lower levees is rjecqniing se ivereI ties been vratsed at Memphis The Weather Bureau says the river will continue to me untilI I bout Apnl 1 Gov BRADLEY has offered a reward of 1250 for the arrest ndI conviction of each ptjthe tollgate raiders concerned in the shooting bf tollgatekeeper Adkinson over In Mercer ountyi It isI only a question of time whet some of these fellows are caught Maad they should be given the full extent of the law so that an ex J= ample could bt5u1ade It is the only thing to put a atop to the Outrages 0 ALTHOUGH Dr Hunter captured the nomination for Sena v 3tor wIthout much trouble ha ap pears Wjeaonttoatrikesna ibeforelie secures b prize There vii a chance of coalition between jSilverltes Democrats and Bradley followers to deteat The lolt ballot will not be taken before next weekend there Iis no telling whit developments willI Wmade between now and thou IT takes the country corres potdent to figure out tbe cause and effect in this world of com aerceand polltfcs Our corres pondent fromt1ooresvilIe this week remarks significantly that cTfinofHsd from twelve to she cents per dbsen in his neighborbood JACKSON andW1UDfttbe murderers of Pearl Bryan will tbang for their crime on Jgiturday from the same neXtj ftGor Bradley has retused to in E terfere and all hope of escape forI the men is lost The McOreary Guards of Frankfort will goto Newpbrti to preserve order atf the execution ThE four new State Senators Elected will vacancies were swore tin and took their seats Tuesday The sound money Deajipeats and four silver Sena I grsupm with the Republicans jga1nst the atteptto keep out dtk new members Tho lour Senator Ure Bales Crumbaugb Jis aid Linnev alil R pub f excepkBile a Y + i THE FUtyfif th Congress met in extra session yesterday Pres IdeDtMcKfnlaf seDtfnIPo brief ni cfessa5gewasiintroduced in the House by Chairman Dingley of the Ways and Means Committee and it is said that the new measure will b theelse is done DR HUNTER outwitted all of bis enemies and was made the aucus nominee by the Republi thabsballot He had just enough votes to elect but thfft was all bat waanceSaryth ANOTHEFtbanker goUtS wrong M Dope of Paducah form e erlytlonal Bank of tUat place is a j ugitiVe having coifessed the forgery of notes for 111000 WoutDBE Senator Wpdt wfib failed to find tKe seat in the Ut ubappointed by Goy Bradley is cOmlnxholil THEnoninatioE of John H y to be Ambassador to Great Brit ain and of Gen Horace porter to be Attbassadoc to France war sent to the Senate LOUISVILLE Is infested with dogs this week About 500 ca nines of all classesl and breeds haye toon brought ttierelor the bench show J v THERE is only one black man fl Congress and his name is White 9 S100 Reward 100oThe readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at l one dreaded dUeasp that science has been able to euro in alt Ita atages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease require a non stltQtlonal treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally arting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving th patient atrength by building up the con stitution and assisting nature in doing J ltsfaith id its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Sejid tlor list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O sold by Druggists 75o Novel Jjegal Question In the Circuit Court at Nicholas yUle the other day Judge TJScott rendered a decision upon a llegal queitfon irhich has never been pdseed upon by the Court of Appeals but which is of great in tereat to bankers and business men in since B D Spears bought a hoaie in Richmond Ky of Taylor Saunders for IQOand gave his check on Nolan Wilmore Sears oi Nioboiaaville After the writIten one hone wamn- aat44uJK aoaRa u the check to the Socond National Dank ot Richmond where he did buflinesa and got the money en it When Spears reached home he ftffind he claims that the horse was not sound according Iio the provision under which be had bought and paid for him and he ordered Roland Wilmore Scars not to pay the check lie returned the horse to Saundere but the latter t having had tbo check cashed by the Richmond bank refused to ac0 cept the horse Noland Wilaore Sears refused to pay jthe check when it arrived from tho Second byIp Judge Scott held that payment of the checkcouldnqt be stopped aftrr it had pissed mtc the hands ot an innocent party and ordered the bank at Nioholasville to pay the chock Electric Bitters Electric Bitters Is a medicine stated for any season but perhaps more gene rally needed when the languid exhaust od feeling prevails When the liver Is torpid a sluggish and the need o a touio anil alterative Is JelL A prompt usb alibis medicine has often averted lohgand perhaps fatal bilious ffevers No medicine will act more surely in counteracting nud freeing tL2ebystem from Indigeibmto Electric Bitters 60o ano jflOO per bottle aVHajdon RobprUonB Drug Store I E ys a year EnlOh i AROYAL FLIGHT Continued from IUst week topped the carriage at tho bronze gates the outer court Wealumil be diaoor ercdFor answer the Princess Irene placed WomanIII thtlbmann fia recalled to JElbcrsdorf said thcoachman The sentryhesitated and e countess almost screamed with terror The password the soldier shouted But before tho coachman could reply n toy of light from the guardhouse fell upon the carriage door Puss cried the sentry saluting as he saw the royal arms upon tho panel Thmassive doors opened slowly and e carriage rolled swiftly into tho snOW clad country Mile after mile alippedaway and the cold grew more intense Twice the horses slipped and twice the countess her mistress to return But e princess maintained an absolute eilcnco ntil as they were nearing their destination ahe said I wonder what Wftfihalldo if we miss the train PrAyGodibat we do moaned the- eantefrom her corner I have been aIooLNo said tho princess touching her llforpctlispslt eid pi a crown PUt tho countess coatanbtaeo ah odd little sail that played about tho princeES mouth The frost was 50 thickly intrusted on lo caniego rindowB that they had ao idea tyr iwyti the railway Btatiori ntil the horses drew op with jerk Mnfoing themselves closely in their fun thoy hurried tthe little waiting ape1IIf1tpets of a largo fur cap and who was carefully inspecting the advertisements with wHich the room was hung After a few moments of breathless kilence during which thocountess could not xo press her violent trembling Baron HcVtorich Ton Egidy redhurriedJra rush of following him Ah I have kept you waiting he med clasping the princess hands in both his own and frowning at the peasant who stood with his back to them My horse fOil and Iwas delayed How dot you Ircno How shall I ever prove my gratitude to you ft your sac rificeV By taking tho train for Pari bAr n that is due in ten minutes and remain- Ing in that pleasant city said a voice behind them And turning they both recognized in tho peasant the elector of Inselland Von Egidy started back with an oath but tho princess made a profound courto By saying mockingly Since when has your cereno highness added tho role f detective to your many accomplish meatsSlnceIhaun found it necessary to protect my liquor and yours madame was the answer and the princess flushed and bit her lip There was a painful silence only broken by the unrestrained sobbing ofI the countess The baron fidgeted with tho cap he had token off when he recog nized the elector and threw imploring glances at the princess whose eyes were resolutely fixed upon the floor but her 3llips were smiling The elector regarded tho baron with open contempt Tho carriage ia waiting ho sold att princessbutWhat do jrou advise one to do I think madame that you hAd better return replied the baron weakly and to his bewildered mind it seemed that her smiling face was not that of a woman whoso brightest hopes had sod denly been shattered Ah baron replied the princess amiably your advice is sounder than Tour protestations I fear But a sting lay behind her words and Von Egidy winced Still smiling the princess took tho electors arm and tho slamming of a carriage door sounding through tho still dir as the Paris train rumbled in the distance told tho baron that his houso of cards had tumbled aboat his foot and that he was ah exile The return journey to Zatunhbf was performed in silence and it was only when they reached the foot of the grand staircase that the princess spoke la it fppnntlyherdecpcat of your d The Countess von Vogel will conduct you toour room madame the elector replied coldly and bowing profoundly he disappeared down a corridor Tho next messing aletterwMTMOBgBt to the elector from the Princess Irene asking for aa interview and with a grave face tho young monarch immedi ately went to her boudoir tho Countess von Vogel leaving as ho entered The princess rose to receive hlmwUh a ahy awkwardness in her manner that be had never seen before I know you must be thinking very ill of me sho said looklngawayfroxghim as ho stood with upon n table ItlU1d now that everything is oyeII want you to knowthat thntIamnotaofcotiabaslappeartherO 0 III am afraid that 1 doubt grasp fOUl meaning the elector said coldly Tho princess moved nearer to him and as she como into tho light ho saw that her eyes were swollen with weeping It la very hard to tell you It sho said her voice breaking you nro eo cold but I felt I could not leave Zatun hof vrithouttelllng you that I never benany intention of eloping with von Egidy Tho elector started What wasyour object then he said adding with a kinder note in his ToleelIin allowing matters to go so far Tho princess blushed then grew palo III cannot tell you she stammered For a moment Jhe elector looked at her intently Then crossing to her side he took her face between his hands and looked into her eyes I think I under stand It hesaid softly Irene lit Ands he put his arms around her she burled her head ou his shoulder passionate Bobs shaking her lcnder figure Inever knew you cared tho prin cess saM later as they wero sitting in the window sent II liked you from tho first Yon wero so different from other men But you always wero so cold Fo rcEcrvcd nnd I felt that you would never 1vi y f w f j loDe that l reit you coma never tll1nJt tiAnything but a dull and fatUous bor 1Mt v YcOhcre are a great many buts I interrupted too princess with a touch of old gayeV and I must makeher r co en Ckewell I lost my better sense His noto Making an appointment was a terrible djhockjb my pride but when I found 3o I i3ceItmatte at once but catching sight of a peasafit cutting down trees I recognized 1outand remembering your favorite hobby and disguise determined to consent to the elopement and to arrange tin plans in your hearing simply to see whether you cared for me sufficiently reTent it I w it WM madneM on xny part forIif you had not come tollerlu her 11for if I had b staronsnever have known how much you loved mOoI tAndmeoechoed the princess 1tOU would not h 8areYet you played a desperate game It Yes but the stakes were happiness endjouIt a And the baroni asked the elector playfully ImWnghejJ l e thnHird In St Janice Budget A sAThere Is something lacking In the sincerity of the man who goes into the temple on Thanksgiving day to ac knowledge the good gifts of Providence throughthelowl to bring sunshine into sunless heartland to distribute in eome measure the benefactions which we all hold in trust for the benefit of the helpless sons and daughters of men Selected Cb tant SauosJov Bolted Twlwyw Shell and blanch three dozen French chestnuts Boil in water enough to coyer them for 80 mInutes Drain off toapastmddof cayenne pepper Stir gradually into the paste a pint of milk Rub the mix ture through a coarse puree sieve nod place over the fire in a doable boiler to cook for half an hour Selected Kcw England JPompldn PieaTake a firm pumpkin pare cut up nod stew until dry To a quart of stewed pfeggllhAlfI touspoonfnl each of ground ginger and cinnamon with a pinch of salt Mix well and pour into deep pie pans lined with puff paste Bake in a well heated- oven Eliza E Roper He Wanted imre CngUJh A professor from the wbolsatprosontinLondoumakth Aomo philological researches at tho British museum prides himself on always drawing his Jangaago from the well of English undefiled and works himself into a towering rago about the irregularities of the an nouncements in tradesmens win dowm While walking along Totten ham Court road ho noticed in a fur niture dealers shop the words EyI ItlHuUItl to give tho gon1tJemana t customer Placing his band on a cabinet the professor said Do 70x1 mean to say that this has boon ii0u duced Considerably replied l the ovroe Dear me I can hardly credit it It answered the professor and taking A folding three foot rule from his pocket he proceeded Iameasure most carefully the dlmen aiona of the article Tbo other looked on in amazement and began to think that ho bad a madman to deal with There In1l some mistake continued the pro fessor I saw this very article when I piwedhcrotwoyenrsaga- ndltwaacxactlytheeameaizoi then uUlsnow1tW dqnjjLigsre ltieiUQl2o Yuan reduced in price oitI the furious dealer Then why In the name of the 1away1 joke The placard waa soon afterward removed from the window the shopman no doubt thinking that it might lead to still further oompllca nona with philological cranka London Telegraph iMtiact Za a Yosag ficavcr Every animal inherits tho power of doing certain things without bo Ing taught that U to say they- bavowbat is celled instinct A gon tloman refuted to believe in tnls In lUna so to convince him a Canadian friend bought a baby beaver from a hunter and sent it to the gentle manTbe greatpotof wanting to build a dam until one day a leaky pail of water was put on the floor of the back kitchen Though but a baby the instinct now awoke in the beaver Theta stant he saw tho water oozing out of a pall he scampered into the yard brought in a chip and began build Ing The his clnmIastonished by all ho saw He orders to have it loft where it gavoI and the Industrious heaver his work four weeks when he built a soMd dam nil around tho nail- Rousseau VDca 0 the famous author of Emllewas exceedingly fond of obese and in one of his hooks inti mates that be considered It of more educational value than LRtiDt but as he knew little Latin and much oboes bo would naturally bo disposed to 7 i t J THE I1AYEAR sued Wednesday and Sat Morningsl Beginning January 1 1897 the Werkly CourierJournal was cheng- edto the TvriceaVeelt Courier Journal publication days are TheWeilnesday TheSaturday pictuesoetrytce paperEach or twelve pages a weeknn increase f two pager a week 104 pug80r yearThe paper will not b puroDeiDperncyprinciples will be continued SUD cessiully in thee future as in the pant In spite of the expense Id volvedintne improvements noted e price of the jTwiclcraWeek CCourierJournaJ will remain the duringthials of Mr HenryWatter8on on political and other topics of the day Daily Courier Journal year J46 00 Dally BndSnudav rear 8 00 Snidai clout Yeur 2 00 TWICEAWEEK Courier Journal AND THE NewsLeader BOTH ONE EAR FOR ONLY 8150 We have made a special club bine arrangement with the Twice Week Courier Journal and wilf send that paper and ours for the price named to all our subscribers whtill renew and pay in advance or to nil new subscribers who will pay in advance Sample copies of Courier Journal sent free on appli cntion All subscriptions under this offer must be sent to the NEWS LEADER hTBJNGFJEM KY TO IBE At OLD IN ONE OAT Taco Laxative Bromo Qulnlh Tablets Ml druggists icfand tfio money if it fails to cure 25c For rnlo by Haydon ct RObertson and Waters A Browne Feb OGmo A NEW nOOK KNITTING AND CROCHETING of pages over 60 original designs illustrated beautiful lloco patterns shawls hoods jackets etc has been published by The Homo 1141 Milk St Boston Mass and will bo sent with a aubscndtlon to that paper The Homo Is a 20page monthly filled with original stones literary and do tneslic topics Onnd fashions lls depart mont of Fancy Work lea special feature now and original designs each Issue The price of iubscription Is cents per ypar AIIa special Inducement to trial subscribers copy of this hook will be given with n 6 month subscription The price of book lIs 25 cents but n 6 mouths sub scription and tho book combined will be sent for 15 cents Their annual premium llist for will be sent free on aJ plica Won LCASL For Infanta ORIAI fte fAt I1aI1Ii 1mJ IDr BellH PineTarHnney is an Im portant addition to the list of the worlds most valuable medicines Harmless In Its nature yet almost infallible In ftta action it la undoubtedly the most allIes cious moans known today of curing coughs colds and kidney diseases Land for Sale I have for sale cheap 65 acres of land situated on tbe Lincoln Run turnpike about six miles from Springfield and known as the Thos Reed place There is a tolerably good building on tne place Thirtyfive acres of the place is corn land fourteen acres in wheat and the remain der in grass For further par ticulars call on or address- MONTGOMERY REED Valley Hill Ky MEN OR WANTEDFAITHFUL respon in Kentucky Salary fj80 and expenses 0sition permanent Reference Eiiclcse TheIold living nt 10068 Fourth street Padu rah Ky tttili says that Dr Bells Plno TarHoney the best grip care cough lung and bronchial remedy tjiat has been sold dnnng her life Never go away from homo without n bottle of Dr Boll PlneTarDoney Change of climate change of npart meuta or exiionenro may bring jpn acold L1 i 1 = I 3PRIWGQooDsIWe j 2 ingagrcatas1rnetof IIJ- J D ESSG aBIiJUOALES WHITE qOODS i DhESS TRiMMINtSS ORGANDIES JDUCKS GINGHAMS DIMITIES pJIMBRO1DEIES LACES Eta5 t CORSETS GLOVES AND HOSJERY 5 4- r f ififIt1iIAii 0 1 1i1 GENTs IFUBIINjjf 1 fFmcy= I jf rt tSrV CLOTHiNG Mf WoAre now receivingi i a meet elegant line rM1n011I icP iiChildrens lothing In better styles and lowerprice tlran1r hay ever jtah9wn before Be aureyon see oaflme befolo you buy elsewhere 10ji faii SHOES L fDont fail toee our line of Helmer Bettmann Cosfine 1 t 1nctno lines in the market superior to these its ffy style dear are o i CARPETS Etc w We are showing the greatest stock of Carpets KaBJ LinoItaii r Matting Oilcloth etc of any honse in town Lace Curtains andahadei Jin all prices Hanaflomedt line shown in this town see for yourselfj- iy WALL PAPEJL H1 fpr Af Stop in and see our stock of 8000 rolls Wall Paper irf alVthe ieV combinations We invite your especial attention to the now ricbcoloroi incs in red green blue amid purples with borders and ceilings to match c L Ia TJ0 We thank you for past patronage and most cor r t dially solicit a good share of your patronage this year jo ir CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN 4 S i L J M BURTON 5 BEl JAY DON 1 Iti1 l r1 J7VBVRTON Go V c lIEN HAYDOX SR MAJIAO- CTDndertakers rIl and Funeral Directors 44OASKETR COFFINS t BURIAL 1 ROBES IiiOFi ALLKINDS w f Iomnight FULLY EQUIPPED CtfUR answeed promptly day ZkeepyIcef r1iERlNcE EMBALME1 gmadnate from a school of eaiblmIng have been esgaged J + t= 4 dMBURTONCOr1 HAGAN BLOCK SPRINGFIELD K r Uihtnlng Ht Drope Whata Funnr NaI- Vrt True but It Kills AT Pain Said EYTxWhsr Lysry QWthaut Rallcf Thar Ms Pay Capt Swoonoy U 8 An San Dloro Gal sayl Sbllohn Chtarrh Hemrdyht the first medicine I have ever found that would do mo any goad rIco Coc Bucklens Arnica Saivc4 The beet salvo In tho world for Cir Bruises 8orc8ulccrs Ulcers Salt nurn Fover soros Tetter chapped ban Cellblalns corns and aU ukin eraptloi and positively cur Pittator no pa required nls guaranteed to give porI feet satisfaction or money retanded Price 25 cents pot box ntIIaydou itch ertsons Drug Store Wiea iho bad ChMren she gnttxca Owt J ToConsnniDtives As an honest remedy Folovs Honey and Tar 100jlotjJoid putfalse Ii6pes ln aadvoncon stnge tint truthfully claims taghc OOnrQrt Rfd rellof in thovtr f r fAt nfVtti ijie oijrlr lo l it if LrrOURn4C540zrouuworaerurean7vea ssthM- 7RlIWRj1 IROV irrtaUwDI cros tve a goad ateIs med1cl w i i i tfrr11Jl y oenWUbllllqt1 C1 for Utetr iii spyUd or iso b1mdllllIAnaUeM was Personal Fnaz04pago medical rererentefboek to any person alluded with any pecil chronic or delicate dlsea pecuiisr I 8 ctheirclans and surgeons of the Unltetatr iDr JIahanray i Co 70 Dearbora street Chlcan J ITIuy i t rforU1e J Tatter SakflbtluiU4 EossaThoInthnsoltchlugande rIdflttOthe5OdlaseiIniattIy by applying Chamberletes laSkIn Ointment Many very bsasshave been permanently cr by It Itis equally ecIent for t aa acre chapped hands chilblains treat WtM tandchrorilosgreeyese perb W rjjustconditios Tonic blood purmer loRd v AI t betmedicine tl Q lrti i rrUt1 mu iJ5J put a S t c S s o t I 8 1 T YTHEIi I i t JYJ t iJNEWS LEA eR CL i 1 TRLNEWS4JEADER NiMii VnTJnlt1D YlCOuntoi if1WIINCP1ELD KY Mai MM raIpPaIAPVAae- Mai t 7 F NEI IRK l 0 ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE with CC McCKOBD Dr F R ERJ DINTISTtt JUI Mlw tflfluMI nffKlM t to TEETH EXTRACTED I Sprlnrifcld 11IT1IOUT vrtry fint Uy tr Friday each lUo PAlNI h IC ever1W t aialAeeNo 18JU oU LoutavW Ky AJu A G T 1Eri11lRTI 4 rncr I to 4 pm Tuesdays uidatnrdaysl- lYINGFDLD i KENTUCKY DR JBR COOPER OtI rsUyitcv RartsoB1 drug Uaia Btf BPBINGMELD KY DR J1 1 BURTON p RESIDENT DENT ft TEETH EXTRACTED D WITHOUT PAIN IIt OmoBHagsa Woek over MansfieM L alas ore SPRINGFIELD KY ClIfl otlrllct Jerk 111 i JfliFGItEENESr r SALOON IiiiiIIIi Iices opened alOonon Vain BtreJt add oieIvR tile grocery ofJ 8 M Karrick where I wilt be andPpttroM call when needing HC thing in my line I wll keept f wthiMT buttbq very best brands tile Market affords Will make sp cialty of the FAMOUS YELLOWSTONE which hast rep taton of being the finest Oi Uw worn Your patronage solicited and courtesy extended C B- THE n ON IV ERYMA N ru ii feFirstcla8i livery outfits New = 1auIKItiq futand safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the mrt of excursion Dartres or- dRlEiers The most convenient UtebtDfc and feeding place iin ages MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY LAMPTONOR OFFICE O10CIRCUIT I OVM of intUaVfnouflondStatistics show die of memyearlyants wad children w braaoua cmup W do not Ceratethat every one x bob re state inuoeeuU could haAe heen saved bad Foley doney and Tar been given the afford to be without In date Can you In your household McKenna Whiskey Tkis celebrated brand of rrhiske y I keep ter lle at oy bar sad ask e foitf r aeaetltil 4r i dICiR rltU tr I C A1HOd1PSO N M2ELROY A SHULTZ ARE OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF Ag AVr FGenuine Brown Cultivators I- GenuiD Brown Double Shovel Plowsa hPloh Single Trees Double Trees Garr i kI Hay Forks Rakes Hoes iShotela Md Spades 1 JjOlolH1Jr lhes c Barret CLurne and CedarOhnrnt k JrNA MNA9 A i nFreezeCreamin Minutes iri the W Carpenters Tools and Ifa S KBOWT TOWN FROTH and fresh candles at Bells TRXSR fish on Fridays at Jos A ikaders iLowi OXBDKN seed and all kinds of canned goods at Bells Fox the latest styles in hats shove shirts and neckwear go to Mansfields I VEGETABLES and country produce produce always on hand at Joe Ae Bhaders Foira light lunch or a good square dinner on County Court day go to Delis restaurant l r NoBTHEBif seed potatoes a specialty Garden seed of all kinds give me a call Joss A ShadercYou can get fresh fish and oysters at Bells daring Lent Sold in quantity or served on short order Now fa the time to get your horse and Jack bills printed The NEWSJ I MPWF once tares out good bills at tow prices NOTICE the new of McElroy dtt 8hais sad If you see any thing you need In their tine giveI them a canIKirrauc ontlt fa latest spring styles for men ladies and children You can dress up very cheap for the cash at KanafteJdsIA NEW Iron foot bridge is to be put across the creek on the street leading to the depot which will be quite aa NEXT Monday will be County Court day and a Wg crows is expected U town that being generally the biggest court day of the year Go to Thompson ft Clement for Hamilton Cultivators and Hamilton Disc Harrows They also sell the Champion Mower and Binder for sporting goods atJos A Shadere Reels nets minnow buckets baseball and bats trot lines and books seine taine etc LARGE stock of spring clothing at Mansfiplds Custom made best material perfect fitting latest styles very low prices as we only sell for cash RUB SPXLKAN the Harrodsburg photographers willibe here about the first week in ApriL AU orders for work should be left with Mr Dillard Tapp who has some samples on die play at the Postoffice JIM HAYDON a colored boy who charged with horse stealing made his escape from jail Tuesday night and has not yet been heard of The boy slipped out while Jailer Smith was taking water into his cell Haydou was tried at the last term of court en the horse stealing charge and bis trial resulted In a hung Jury Miss LILLIAN L BURTON of Willis burg Ky who graduates at the CenI teal Normal College Waddy Ky in June has been elected Vice President of the class numbering thirtyfive from all sections of Kentucky 86 was elected on the fleet ballot receiv fag more votes than all competitors YOU04gtest daughter of CaptJohn n one of the but known citizen of Washington county ELXAS B BROWN and John HJSrown Sled d eels of assignment on set Friday for the benefit of their cred McChord is namedhors HrWC as assignee for both The liabilities Of tbe twp cannot be givenn accurately V TRY THEIR Itrranted Razors and Scissors i iJi or Refunded 1T hut it is thought that Elias B Browns indebtedness Will amount to about 97009 while John Brown owes be tween gStOOQfand 9OOQ and besides is security to a considerable amount for is brother The failures were In the nature of a surprise to the people here The assets of the two will amount to about twothirds of the liabilities t are beIngC made by the creditors by wblchjlt is expected that a compromise or an adjustment will be made with the assigned which will be of mutual benc fit which will save the tronbje and expense of carrying the affairs through the courts WHILE the Town Trustees are look Ing about for reform and getting rid of the hog nniaanue they might take a throw at the dog evil like the connI ell at Bani town baa done We reoIommend the following as an effective dug button Whats the matter withJ passing an ordinance something UkeI this Be it ordained by the Trustees of the town of Springfield That there is hereby levied a tax of one dollar on each dog In the city of Springfield The owner of each dog Is required to pay said tax to the City Treasurer on or before the 15th day of April 1897I and receive from him a tag which Bball be attached to a collar or strap around the neck of the dog paid on and shall when so attached or sue pended from said collar or strap be evidence that the tax on said dog has been paid On and after the first day pf May 1887 the City Marshal shall kill all dogs In said city not having the tag as above PERSONAL Dr Shehan of Maud was in town Soadsj Dr W W Ray is out again after a weeks illness I H Thurman went to Louisville Tuesday on buisinesa Arthur Smith of Lebanon was over Sunday to visit friends Mrs E L Davison Jr is visiting relatives in Louisville this week 1 W 0 Rogers and John L Brown r were over yesterday from Lebanon Miss Mary Lee Simm is spending a few days with relative sat St Marys Mr 0 0 Cambron of Lebanon was over yesterday to spend the day Mr Fred P Caldwell and Miss Katie Cain spent Sunday In Lebanon John W Lewis Jack W Thomp son and W O Beed have returned from Frankfort Miss Lettio Loachman Is has re turned from a visit to Mrs Margaret Beam at Early Times Mr E L Davison came up on Monday from Louisville to spend a few days among his old friends here 11W P Bush who Is soliciting stock to the Dispatch the free silver dal to be published ac Louisville here as the first of the week Ed McElroy left yesterday for Louisville He expects to go from there to accept a place on a railroad running out from Kansas City Misses Marie Watben and Alice IeCharles Baldrick formed a party o young folks from Lebanon who span Sunday last at Walker Heights It Is Impossible to be happy or cheer fur or useful when ono la suffering fro a discomforting cold or a nasty um cough It Is wonderful that some people will go on from day to day suffering from these distressing disorders wqen a 25cont hurtle of Dr Boils PlneTai Honey wilt relieve trio most stubborn czuse w rfVA7Ar ArAIJII 7AA Full Line of Granite Ware Direct from the Manufacturers Pont Pail to See it and I Get Prices Buckeye and Myers Force Tank MH Spray Pumps ROOFING AND f I Otis SPECIALTy Come and see us and we will Treat You Klght I IO r Steel Ranges are THE BEST WADE 4V YSN vsrN AtAV EIRE Freezers eSell Builders Hardware advertisement improvement HBJLPQTTABTKRS Money You Propositions GUTTERING PLUMBING AT THE CHURCHES This column will bo devoted to the religions and church Interests of our town and communlcmtljns and an nouncements from the pastors of the Presqvtcrian Baptist Methodist and Catholic Churches are solicited There will be the regular services at the Presbyterian Church on next Sunday The subject of the sermon at the 11 m service will be How to build on Christ The True Foundation At the evening service the subject will be The test and the Reward The Ladies Prayer meeting will be held on Tuesday after noon ofnext week instead of on Monday Tbe meeting will be at the home cf Mrs John W Lewis and the word text will be Work There will be regular services at both the Baptist and Metho diet Churches on next Sunday The ladies of the Presbyterian Church have made arrangements to have their dinner on Monday next in the new store room of Mr Lloyd Haydons next to the First National Bank The room will be quite convenient to those wishing te patronize the affair The ladles will make an effort to serve as good a dinner as one could wish and the cbargo will be only 5 cent- sFREDERICKTOWN From Our Regular Correspondent Rev Wm Buckman will go to Bardstown Wednesday to assist in Forty Sours Prayer The old folks enjoyed a card party Sunday evening at the horns of Mr and Mrs Felix Mudd A delighttul supper was spreadMisses Katie and Mary Riedel spent last week with their sister near Springfield- Mr Tom Thompson and fami ly spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr George Clements Mrs Josie Gartland is now the guest of her parents MrI and Mrs Chas Biedel Misses Daisy Shaunty and Hallie Croake visited Miss Ida King Uoxs Creek last week MaryEddleman ChaplinyMiss Peail Adams Fenwick is the charming guest of her aunt Mrs Sallle Cecil Miss Savanati McIntIre spent last week with her sister Mrs Rucker Brent Borland visitingtLorettotMr Rucker Brent visitedre latives here a few lays ago repromSundaey by the gay young dudes from some unknown cause Miss Mary Tong Bardstown visited relatives here a iew days ago PEAKLINE h rit MQQRESVILLE From QurRegaUtr Qjrrcspondwt Died March 10 of fever Mrp Jas Benham In the 20th year of her age She was a Miss Mc Glll of Woodlawn and bad been married less than a year Thee family have our sympathy in their sad bereaveaeat Mrs Titus Flangher is in a critical condition She has had the mumps and they have settled in her breast and lungs and we hope she may recover Byron Croake shipped a car load of hogs from Booker last Saturday Died March 15th of typhoid fever Mr Levi Coulter in the 22d year of his age He was an honest and industrious young hill and was liked by all who knew him Mr Wallace McKay of Louis ville came out Saturday and stayey until Monday with Dr Shehan at Maud WOE APJlISONERg WOB1L He bad passed his first ten years In prison without doing anything settling himself and flrtingrhlmself to the habits rl the placer Then as there were yet 30 years of prison life before him he said one fine morning that it was shameful to lead 00 idle a life and that he mmst create for himself some occupation worthy not of a freeman since he was a prisoner but Worthy simply of a man He devoted a year to reflection to weighing the different ideas which Pre tented themselves to seeking a definite aim for his existence I must said be find something at the some time non useful and de tying I must invent a task which shall occupy my time which shall be pro ductive of some good nnd which shell haTe the value pf a protest Another year was employed in this search and at last success crowned his efforts It way a veritable dungeon that in which the prisoner lived which the sun entered but for one short halt hour daily and then by a single ray which was a mere thread of light The bed on which the unhappy man stretched his aching limbs was a pile of wet straw The very thing he cried itfth ergy Now I shall defy my jailers and cheat thecourts- Firat he counted the separate straws that made up his bundle There worg 1807 straws a meager bundle Then he made an experiment to find out how long it would take to dry a sin gle straw Three quarters of an hour It would require for them all for the 1807 straws a total of 080 hours and 15 min utes with a halt hour of sunshine a day 1961 days- Calculating that the sun would not shine at least ono day out of three it would require 10 years month 1 week andY days He set to work at once Every day that the sun shone the pris oner carried a straw and put it in the sunshine busying himself thus whenever there was sun For the rest of tho time he kept warm under his clothes the straws which ho had been able to dry Thus ten years passed Thft prisoner slept on only a third of the bundle of the damp straw and he had staffed In the bosom of his blouse the other two thirds which one by one he had driedFifteen years passed Happiness un speakable Only 130 damp straws remained Eightyfour days more and the prison er could scarcely contain himself Proud of his work victory over circumstances bo dried with the voice of aa avenger with a mocking rebellious laugh Ah ah you condemned me to the wet straw of a dungeon Well weep with rage I sleep on dry straw watchIngtorOne night while the prisoner dreamed of the happiness in store for him in his wild joy he threw oat his hands in speechless exultation overset his water jug and the water ran trickling down his tA- U of the straws were wet What to do now To begin again the toll of Sisyphus To pass 16 years more putting straws to dry in the slender ray Oh the discouragement of itl Bat you say he had only 19 years more in prison And do you count as nothing wounded pride fallen hope Think This map would have worked 1C years to sleep on a bundle of dry straw and should he consent to quit his prison with wet straws clinging to his hair Never Eight days and nights be writhed in agony He finished by acknowledging defeat One evening he fell on his knees de spairing broken 0 God It ho cried in his tears pardon me that I have lost courage today Itl have suffered for 80 years I havo felt my limbs waste my skin mortify my eyes grow dim and my hair and teeth fail me I have resisted hunger thirst cold and solitude I had a hope which sustained my e artsIItl had an aim in my life Now It is impossible to satisfy my hopeNow the aim is gone foreverIPardon me that I desert my post thatJ quit the field of battle that I flee like a coward I can bear it no longer Then in a sudden access of indigna tide ho cried No no a thousand times not It shall not be saM that I have lost my 11lUll11 VNo I will not sleep for a more on tbo damp straw of the dungeon No they shall not defeat roe And tho prisoner died during the night conquered like Brutus grand Ukg Sato t 3PECIIZtL += S1ay mOtf f l Dont miss this importunity o gettiflf = th t4rV M r GREATEST BARGAlfs ever offered Beflfrf v rt0atr We have a lot of Gts Ladles d Child nsho ID thTe3litj of Styles and grader Some a Shopworn bat wIn ir a well as new goods sell you for about in this lot and get HALF PRICE r Meddled of s heroic indigestion Ha fwd eaten an his straw From the French J THE anilJ Kit JONAH STORY OF AN ENGU9H SAILOR SWALLOWED BY A WHALE be Account Bean Some Kur we to That la the Bible Though Jams l tar4 Wee11ySeventythirdstory of tho sailor James Bartley sup posed to have been swallowed by a whale and rescued alive was printed in detail r in The Mercury of South Yarmouth England in October 1891oBartley sailed on the Star of the East and is supposed to have met with his adventure in the vicinity of the Falk land islands Mr Townshend says the story is a good seamans yarn whether one chooses to believe it or not According to tho story which is told in great devil the ship sighted a whale one morning on her starboard quartersTwo boats were manned and in a short time one was near enough to spear the while which was aavnRsa ally largo one Tho fish made a terrUo fight Both boats got spears fastened In it and were dragged some three miles Finally when the whale came to the surface It managed to strike ono oft the boats with its nose Tho boat was Iotherwas supposed 1tooj Tho whalogaro up at last and was taken back to the side of the ship The crew went to work witbaxdan spades to secure tho fat They worked all day and a part of tho night and resumed operations the next forenoon They had now reached tho stomach and were clearing it to hoist it on deck when they were startled to notice something inside of it which gave spasmodic signs of life The vast pouch was hoisted to UteI deck and cut open and inside was found tho missing sailor doubled up end 11Df1 consciousHo laid out on deck and treated to a bath of sea water which soon revived him bat hit mind was not clear and he was placed in tho captains qnalI torn where he remained two weeks raving lunatic Ho was carefully treated by the captain and officers of the fihip and ho finally began to get possession of his senses At the cud of the third week ho had entirely recovered from his shock and resumed his duties During tho brief sojourn in tho whales belly Bartleys skin where it was exposed to tho action of thognstric juices underwent striking change His face and hands wcro bleached to a deathly whiteness and the skin was wrinkled giving tho man tho appear anco of having been parboiled Bartley affirmed that he could probably have lived inside of his house of flesh until ho starved for ho lost his senses through fright and not through lack of air He says that he remembers tho sensation of being lifted into tho air by tho nose of the whale sad of falling into the water Then there was a fearful rushing sound which ho 11eTCdto- bo tho beating of the water by the whales tail Then ho was encompassed by a tearful darkncsX and ha felt him self slipping along a smooth passage of some tart that seemed tomove and cherry him forward IuThI sensation lasted but oxr Instant Then ho felt that be had more room Hot lt about blur and his hand came in contact with a yielding slimy sub stance that seemed to shrink from Mr tWbeIhadnation He could breathe easily but the heat waif terrible Itwas not of a scorch inc fitiflinsr nature but it Bcericd to rWbljhar eeseue im wtayteiMb W DRMSlii WIITES oIEIIJ VIRMJFUIFOR 40 YEARiNix Id all Worm aIII dIdi DElf IOTTLEGIWWrEELISOLD EVERYWHERE p rv pcILaeS alsetss e se assle rPNft11 jwjj- 0t 1 +act4rtfwlaMte l I v tliafN W11 s de 4Msw isiIlislsls w es esMnie 2111 s S 1lItflIIIIlT r ttteslti aisi- Mlyetnasysu wYata sN whetilsr yeas twyetitssl ee sty- ee6tlastsreiseMtrsR tlislsN aONlo altdeseaaeflbiserMleelaslir NtNtKAra r 11 IIIEIT y UA VRI and onTAe f kraewlt wrn yrs as tile 4 HIT HMEDYforfItIL z s taswLLIlBSMS1L J- ttt A bottle of Or BelTs PlheTarloeT s should bo on the medldnesholf of every home In a sudden attack of creep itis invaluable allaying the irritation suet 1eudftig the danger in less time than it 1 would take to gu for a doctor It stands j preeminent as a remedy for coughs Ji coldaandall kindred disease r An ofQcaclontfremedy nor lung affco tlonA throat disorders hnd ill bronchial trouble Is found lu Drr Bells Plne1r Honey Thjs medicine has made manyw t mairelouscurs and fa jastly ranked tamong the most important remedies of bongo 0 Have on Had tlicGriu If you have you probably need a re liable medicine like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the racking coughincidental to tiara disease openino pores or nis etas ass arap eihis vitality Be became very weekend grew sick at the stomach lee knew that tk m f IbO hope of escape frosn kis straqge facePTiand ho tried to look at it bravoly bafc t tho awful quiet the fearful darkness tho borrible howlcdfe of his environ averko next naaessfcered befa ri Hes captains cabin 1 The accdHBt further says The health of theme decs uot wsm 1e layf been affected Halsi Ie HlMte r and apparently emjoys sit the Mosstasjs i of life that cacao la hk way nt1iw4o ing captalM say they avers ralleloccurs that men aw s sltow W heieewlee yeeowe Wlrt b tM seilitrtasitlisilnelaipsisbar they have never k t pthrdugH tke ordeal tkt J4aewl CCJu f Ile sw tI4 r r r t1 1 0 THE NEWSLEADER r fj L1 rm f I i tugiiroodnndReta jJ 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850fIIIIoutb 11arpe4t1agazijIo joMayf1cwert s 400 llat8 Webkly- t Mt25 l11arpersBazarc 426 t0 X r 2501Nl k 2501 N t IrhCe aWeek World 1 65 Frank Leslies Popular Monthly 32 A distinction without a difference atnounU to nothing There is a dlfftT p cneoRrc dllThruneoa vast dlflbronce between Dts Dolls PlneTarUonoy and jjf anv other cough cold or Jung remedy To Jloo it or taste it proves imino- vljilatoly but the grcatnst dlUcrcnco in to iS Sbe found In the reaults coming front its me BeMdcs cutting the phlcgh und rcuring the couch or cold at once it l lCootcstho irritation hoals tho lungs and bronchlala It fortifies tho Hyste- magijnstcod from the usa of which no evil after effects can arise Dangets ort e Grip The preatost dancer from La Guppy is of Us rcsqUlng In pneumonia If real ahablecaroYUAed l owovor awl Cbaui t fooilnlns Cough Remedy taken nil danger will be avoided Among the tons of thousands who bavo used tins one ro Irqfrlppo wo liavo yet to learn of a B1L1 easo haying resulted In which ypthat thin romody Is Qcortain pro ontivo of hat drea dlscn jc It will effect a permit on t euro In less time than any other treatment The 25 and JO coat slzea for Baloby Iluydon Kobortson t Tho sooner you begin to fight tho fire ttho pioraeasllSit n yb exllnguishc d Tho 8oonoryott begin taklng1AyerH Sn r ItaparIIlafor your J1oodtonice the raslerwlLlbothoeuro Jiitbpth cases delay Is dancr iif not Bo turp Kuroyon get Ajf rs pad Ub other Ji ftfyi r SE i JffiT TItS FACSIMILI SIGNATURE OF n i vv 7Is QN1THE WRAPPER41 OPEvEE BOTTLE OFf Pi bitSyUl 1 Iml mR tli1 r7CJ J otorla f at in onsle bettles fr I- t1st oidia bulk Dont ailor anyone to ef- tnth1gjoti eLo cntb plea or pronIo thaiIt ij IIjut u goodtm willnsweriCtcrY J 4aSeo tyCC getOA3TOIA n fi fr i y f- rtt 47M b1I j V EiASDk oIiA OR There ar6o many cJngeniji l paysftrwotheninnetsif they will only develap tarenis fher possepA and turn 8p mtth0ir0cdge1t0 priclii p3ccountJ The word Weajl winnery itself is en aTarminj ti the host ot win who have a desIre to become sdlfsuppoi rng that iit presentst them from making an ef fort to do somethinfr for themselves It suggest visions ot poor tired in sallow overworked women who are obliged to do any sort ot drudgery to keep the wolf from th oor They forget that congenial I Interesting occupation can be found and made much 01 by those Dot absolutely in needIt they have ny cleverness whatever Scores of women disnlay a great deal ot artistic taste in the arrangement d furnishing oT their homes and ini there leisure moments if the ould study proportion coin tlaeyIwhat several ciever New Tqrk women are nw doing Tho latter re now makingivery comfortable salnries by home decoration and ave become so expert that they can arrange harmonious effects as well with limited means as with a ffull purse IThe first woman in New York to jdo this work professionally is Mis s Mary lilIin host the famous woik erin stained glasn Jler work has jioMhef most part been among the Wealthy classes who hate always giy6q her carter blanche to carry tlt tier artistic iideas This has not oied tier however for she is as lever at arranging modest home us iii decorating a palace Among thcteBt work which Miss Tillintf liHSt has done are tho tapestries for Oornelius Van krbilt for which she necked 880000 the entne deco ration of the Don Cameron house in Washington Mr1 E hvanl Fields lhomo in Gramtnercy Park New York Ilofessor Hells house the ballroom in Mrp Stuyvesnnt Fishs residence the banquet ceiling of the Savjy and Jule Dugras home nL Tuxedo was also decorated by Miss Tillinghast ns wus tile chat eau of the Baironne de Geroaenne in France Miss Tillinghant has beoi doing tillS woik for ten years and stands high in her profession She re ceived instructions for syc years mlamidbarge whose partner she now is Her apartments on Washington Square New York were decorated by herself and are indicative of her skill and ability The walls and ceilings ate of a dark greenish brown and tqrm a soft background for the furnishings The color scheme is Turkish the Blcndinjjs of red blue and yellow so prom nent in Turkish rugs making the most pleasing effectW indow seats and wood divans are upholstered inI dark red and blue with pillows in brown and gold brocades naIIn the summer the windows arc hung in cool greenish white crepe TIme second room which ia in cream and gold is a bedroom so arranged that one would never guess i s pur T c V pose Hugs in old mass und yel low lead up to a dais on which rests a couch in yxllowbrocale On a mirror hangs a bit of gold silk nod a Roman chair in white stand convenient to tot dressing tabh Miss Piilihghast line not a mobropoly in this work afnong the women of her city for Miss Firgmm brush and Mrs Horace Bodine are do ngit as well ns she Misses Sheldon and Temple of Washing thtonas their profession as1 have two clever San Francisco Misses Mar tin and Jhglesbee They alll find it both congenial and profitable NEW INVENTIONS Portable Drill fbrTlailrbnd Rails 1A portable device for drilling holes into rails which can be ma nipulated bnffraan enables rht endsjrff the rails tott expeditionsly drilled al any desireu otter Uit4 trark has been Ididf a convenience which will le appteciaCed by railr groad men f Ulllcr7tetcrneJve fittd dcvrce for catching the trips or trimming3oT rtfit asthey come from the shivers and bundling tile scraps in compact form t1m- uavoiIrghmttc1t ccurn4iiiiiig cpace QftbI r Protecting Burning EndsofCii arrAii ficonornic Gerinnn hasin vented a cigar protector and econb tnrzer which prevents the oxiuf guishraent pf Ni ciklltbrrninor enable8 he smokcrtQ put it in bin ocket for future ue without set tirigf fire to his clothes It consists odoftfleI Adjuster for String Infruments A recently patented German in vention is an instrument which may be applied to a guitar or other String instrument so as tto shorter the string more or less in oider to tune it in another key The ad juster will greatly aid leaincrs tisi only necessary to practice the three easiest touches producing E A D chords and the player ilS ready to play all other chords It on islsof a frame partially Bun rounding time neck of the instrument and carrying in bearings a roller rolling upon the strings andI ajever serving to operate the ad yjjjuster V Step Lauder with a Ilapd Rail- An improved folding step ladder provided with a broad top platform to support a workman ondrlsOa flexible hand antI guard raijJto which ho may if ho so desires bolt with one hand while at work There isnt a newspaper of any acaount in this country that does not offend somebody every week Au editor cifn please part of the people all the time but when it Comes to pleasing all the people nil the time he makes a diatnil failure of it It is something that no mar has evcrtucceened in doingand we gavja it up long ago Fort Ira t icaison the man who swears about npwppipers attracts about as much attention as he would if husn t on earth at allEx To nMtorogrny hair to Its imtiiril col or in youth cuiiso it to giow nbund lllt und troll tort is no lnttcr prepa ration than lIiiHHHuIr HOIHorI Keimtor Simlsoy inl lire UuuU rupKj IJilF benator Liodsey of Kentucky who is reco uizod as one of the ablest lawyers in tho Senate re introduced the Torrey Bankrupt cy Bill on the last day of the session of the Senate and when asked why he did so said Simply to htt7e copies of the hilt to sood to iquiriag friends of bankruptcy Jo islatioo arid lo show that nCtwiihstandin the fact the bill was not considered bythe Senate at th3 last sesstou we shall persevere until this constitutional right is availabl to the people In answer to an icquiry as ti the details ot the bill the Sona tor saidI There are five chapters which embrace the whole subject they relate to the courts tho officers tho bankrupts tthe creditors and the estates The sections of the Jaw iin tbesE various chapters severally relate ynly to one subject so that when a provision is made covering a subject it is not again restated bm is simply referred to ID this way a great deul of co fusion is avoided which in other bills has been most perplexiLg In referring to the scope pi 5S1 i p MANY THINRi5 when theCreator said to woman tIn sorrow shalt thou bring forth wlliurmi that a curse was pro nounccd against the hiimanracef ut the joy fclt by every Mother when shcvfirst prcsscs to hcrlicart h ontraryDangenand ExpcctantMother at she may reach the bauD when the hope of her heart is to be real ized in Lull vigor and strength OrHERS FFRE P so reiaxcs tne system and as- siit4Natui that the nec essary change takes plqcc without Ifau- scaHdadache f Nervous or Qloorny ForeIboding of If art anrltl1e trying houK isrobbed of itspain1 happyimotncediNthj this Don be dciceivecL orip frsuadeclge anything rQthers Frl bn Js the gronttjenicdy er r cctlnycmpnttWiirw 9 fccetptf1elAtormatio mailed thThec L2tBillnn4 Colic Pcrpons who ore subject to Attacks of tlilHomjcoll wiJ lio plfuMd to ki ov that JroU lt ileijniaS bound hj takln OluunlifcHainftCqljc Clolcrn and mar htiea Hnnedynml ir taken fis spoii first iijflientioii of tho disraso ut poars it will proVcht the attack Poi sde by Iluydcn t fobpitson That Tired Feeling ovarcom us when inferior preparation o re reeollimQIdpil l by UnerflJntIOl do ilrrs as just n4nIiu Foloyt Honev ardTur ntigh Syrup when wo know unc ualcd merittt of this great medi 1the PLEASUkEYiLLE PJULTRY YARDS Whtc P Rocks and rt Brihmns Ten of W P ftocluhjdmules score to U5b aded by st piizi cockerel ut Louisvitin Slow scorjJW Hrst prize pen LJjjht Bral mas byfirstfor sue EgpiSl 5 per 7ltft J U MOORE Pkasurcvilio Ky OUR FRUIT TREES Grapevines etc never were more thrifty smoother or better branched Why send uwny from homo for your orchnrds when IlPIghhors11Send Ctf NMnon County MAPLE hEAD POULTRYYARD Black La p ban Pullets of Hankins strain mated with n Graud Robinson Cock erel Eggs rol 0 pcr13 Vhito Plimputh Rock Jl n w k ins and Empire strain pr S C U horns For ui strain flOO per Pokin Ducks tliCO Ir ii J il DOWNING l1tn lexingtou Ky ChickensandEggs Pure Plymouth flos for siile Eyfs 25 cents jicr sLuing of 15 MRS M d ANI PTJB1dCSALE1As vill onIWednesday March M f1897 All oolock p in on the premises about Jmilts East of p Higficld Ky ofitr fur sule to the Itihttm- ind best bidder tho personal prop erty of siid Nealo coiisistiiiK of Horses Jersey Cattle BIgs Corn etc Sole will be made upon i credit oft ix months tor all studs over 810 sums of 10mlrl under cash in hand Nctcs for time fales v ill be required licnping interest from date and with good porsoniil socuriiy I II T11URMAN AsRipeoe of F HN3ALB the measure nod the people to whom it applied Judge Linusey said I hulieye that tins bill is well calculated to be in force in connection with our Federal laws ard the laws of the States with very little friction although previous laws hue been repealed I do tit believe this one will be but that it will remain as a per manent law subject to amendment from line time as occasion may require It is the best pro nouncement on bankruptcy ever drawn by an American Wash ington Post Notice to Creditors A1J persons having claims ugalnst the estates ot C Nand A li Coop T Hfisijjned will precept same properly proven to the undersigned on or before SIarcK20 1897 1 W SIMMS Jr Assignee of C Nand A D Cooper 5SS r tA jj ti P 1i 18a1CjIT1Vj1 i897 COUNTRY GENTLEMAN L TIIK uiisT OFTHH 1 ACUitULTtlttL WE IiJIEN PEVOTI Tot tFmtrnilcrops untrrnCC51CtI7 fKbrUcdKvrc at Fruit Growing LIc fueJ nucIDAJrJur Wb1thtaIorIlndes all nifto erart mcnta of Rural Interest snob qs file Foul try Yard Entomology BeeKeejjingOreenT fcpuierand GraryVMcrnery Replies FiresideReadingmary of the news of thatreek Its market reports arc unuswilly compfcte1 much ottcntlon IS paid to the progreeiU of the Crops us tlioowicVlicLt upon one of theme t Important ot nil questions When to Buy and When to Soil Hils HtJ rally lustrated and contains tnrro rciuJn mat tat then ercr 1cforo Tho ubscripjioo price Is 80 perycarj but via ofTera SPEC IAL UEUUOTIONih bar- 5JU ttTES FOJ11O7 Two Subscriptions 4ono remIttance SixtStbscrpl1onsdo do 10 Tttt bsttptinrs l dJ 1 Sropayinn In a1tun plpclWecldJanuary flfiO j without cbarpe SprcicNLUTgZLflTLiJtt iuiY drel1 i PeIL1sitsis AInnht3Y r NQ fJI1 e V trTpiD5p only 81 a year NbthiI geIse like it The most refreshing and pleasant Soap fop the skin OTANEQ1JS SlR1iVHTmmtpTic oILttfluRszRY It lasts twice as long as others- A trial will convince you of Its great merit Will please the most fastidious CHARLES MILLER- Mfr FRENCH MILLED TOILBT SOAPS AND PERFUMERY e Lancaster Penn- ESTABLISHED18219 Lij FENCING L SEtVAE CometoryLawn roncing Thousand of in lift In CataJofftie IVve Jrelyht Ialtl Prices Tii8 1cMULEllWUVE WIRELotIand St Wanted nBLIABLB MAN OR WOMAN ASS DUminediatehf 1WCOMI1 TO RIGHT PER SON THE BEST PAY EVER OP PERED FOR SIMILAR SERVICE The Cosmopolitan Magazine edited by IcstTO PAY HANDSOME y rOn ASISThNCEBEND- ERED3 It 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Elsewhere to buy goods when you can save j r 4 j money by patronizing home merchants AVe J are able to give the public the LOWEST PRICES oh l35 FURNITURE NDCRPETSSbWe can duplicate city prices on anything in Jrour line A trial order js all we ask to con vince you We will taue pleasure in showing l r wJshtoe 4fl FARMERS HOME HOTEL JOH H DeWITT ScratehtB L t ti TOUROLDPRIRN yIPROit fj WAJIWGTuN10tnn i3 Pr prjetojt J tED t J UtUE STABLE AND WA oNYRDlii CONN CTIONWl afJf iBATH POOL ANflBILLIAR3 ROOM1a t fi S i 4ooo4 East Market Street Jit 1s t fftfo est One Dollar a nay Hebe In th6cJtirr 5tate 10UISYmr 1qrfir l ifTi5 tSingle Meals 25 Cents t 5S i r4DSOMETHE 233rdTearSfnczi2 EMMj riKir fetfc dpa I iP B001lEEPlNarSHOinMDto mMW Ojtvrer Imquitve 6rlUatfom N1t4 Vert h i AsJ i JL