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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r k 7WIf W r e i i I tj f r4- r f Ij4jE If NEW LEADER t rt 1 1tti t Jtew Series Vol IV SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 25 Igftt I- ol ij141t POWDER thl Purl w Catetaatod forits mat laavealng strength ad haaltfafulneu Assures the tooa against ad all forms of adulteration conn BKlSGt L eal or IntNtca 10 centi per t iLs for ta Irst iacerUon and 6 cents for r Mk btInsertionti V1l1uid1and political mnttor 1J Mat per liaev t 5 Zb Werk Is dine at low rates but caa- ltbpaltonddUvcryotood h i I Ql4varUftic ooktrocts made on liberalI 4 I QUtawtM aai raaolutiona of respect 8 rIJM uogczxaxrs y Oawatt MagUtrate ij I 250 Onwty OMeers t c5004 1i1Ma4tOees i 1000 I e CttVRCH DIRECTORY f BAPTIST CHURCH i Bar C O Pwgfc Faator snicK every 1 Sic3ayat 11 a m ad p Sunday a fI3 Prayer XeetlnJonWed iIM7ktaU80 r A MKTHODlSt CHURCH Mr B 9 AtkLason Pastor i Services on WTbyi aa4 Tktri Sundays In each m nth is 1utIPHESBYTERIAN CHURCH iL IIJeifKJl La PadrS riceuyezy tumndpmPrayMeet SL7 Tba4nEght 5g1r1 1 5 CATHOLIC CUUECLv4 Mar FMoMmy Piaator Berricea Tory r if SiMaM M oclock a a Berrlees it at K KOOOMJM houri 0i I trPRTNAL ORDERSv 1 HkfMno Lo Springfield odga No 60 7odJlonrbyia each month i 1fRlapJtO chapter No 27 meets yueltkIrdrLlea11S SpcUcttid Council So 52 meet every t kXoIi- IJUtwirwojr ttooaMe eta every IaM ifcarth Coaiay la each month CyMiMcjr nut XACAUaSMeeta every ibsi Webeelay of cachaionth 4j r7 C+UMTV DIRECT 00E CflIUtColjRT- aCircuit Conrf baglna atho fourth 17 FabnwryMarand October C I1atteren Judl8o W V Swensy Commonwealth Attorney T C fcipbeU Clerk T l SlanM JKaswriCmmlNlonar r6UAHT v PoUT gwtorly Courtis held on the third Von ilayU JTaamarr April U1j and October w nmapsol1t ud uIi eeUIITYCeUBr Qavttf Coort meats on the fourth Mon tIaithlaKY ThoMpsonJudg- e1fFHolkerCoui1ty Clerk- HTnurmau cow tT Attorney Iid4 7gzttbZa1Lr SjcryerOft Sheriff BThunnatt MB Powell VDeputlM Masters JTamas F Moor county Surroyor D SHip uenor KAititW tXcXTr61 County Treasure IHIDI11Soro r JtoKoe Police Judge IHaOracelhrshalW rney L 1usT0i OQt5NT l MM courta are held in January April 4 z J air aaa October a g Thorb ill nothIng ao good fob tb OHghaandcoida 61 tho children andl babies M Dr BOlls PlneTarHonay it cvroa croup whoojping cougq cold in 1M bV and glTPij jrweet refiesblng riWtp 9bfidrn lave iHJd pooplp liko ft Jooi drugBlsts sell It Dr Bolls PixoTarThney ante an a bath to the lungs cutting t emucu allaying the 1nfiRbtion1beUnpai streajctfeKiInfr R la mare to do jon daSiMvt bttH benefllted by iU use ToCpnsumnilTcs J Si5As fin honest remedy FolovB Houey asedTar does not bold oat false hopes in advances stBge but irutlifully cltIi- II 1 4e giveI co nfort and roller in the very f or t ntf4 In tho early stages to ii etIe5iS 7ff t 4 l11JSi lODDS MD ENDS OF GOSSIP WORKSTb new town hO IIT I law works like a charm and since it went into effect the streets of our town have put on A new and metropolitan air The festiye hog is In evidence no longer and tdwrJ cow has been transferred to pastures new comIplair1tof hogs who have been grazing their stock upon the publiu high way who consider toe new law a hardship on the poor people and an unnecessary thing but all will no doubt be better satinIfled later on when they become accustomed to the new reform Care should be taken by the au- thoritiesthat the law is enforced lliterally foe if any carelessneas is shown in the beginning things will soon drift back iinto the old rut 1 CoLtcTonExCongress iFOR John W Lewis has been been quietly at home since the Fourth of March attending to hiq law practice but it iis said that he has a line out for some thing from the new administra tion and heres hoping that he will get it for if thrre is a man whose recogmtiqp by Mr Me JSjnleyi would be more pleasing to the people of this part of Kentucky we dont ktow him Mr Lewis has strong backing both among his friends in the state and at Washington and si said that at the proper time his name will be urged for the InternalRare already one or two Louis iLIe men actively in the fight for the place but there is no reason why the place should not go to some good man in tbe dis outssde ol the city at Louis ileht IVILSEItVICEThe Civil Ber CJ vice system by the way iis playing the mischief with the rural applicant for minor government jobs Under the now regime the Collector will have the privilege of naming only two or three of the employees of thatI office and the applicant tor a storekeeper or gaugers place will be compelled to go through all theDred tape business of the civil service and take his chances of appointment in line with thA many Others The civil service examikations are thorough apdI diffioultand it looks as if the old plan bf rewarding the county pol lticl n of JJD ability with a gov ernment Job is a thing of the past 4 NEW BOOK The Immor jjjtelles of Catholic Columbian L terature compiled by the Ur suline Sisters of New York City from the writings of sixtyfour of the most illustrious women writers of the Catholic faith has just been issued It is a work of merit and to our readers in a measure one of local interest Two of the contributors are Misses Rose and Frankie Howe who some years ago spent save ral months at St Catharine of Sienna The former is now dead puring lifer the two sisters spent years of travel in Europe and the Holy Land and became writers whose productions and books were eagerly sought Another and Ytne only native Kentuckian is Mrs Julia Barry Healy who now resides in Nel son county She married the late Dr John Healy of Marion county Dr Healy spent his early youth in Springfield and studied medicine in the office of Dr Polin deceased Mrs Healy as are the Misses Howe is represented in tho volumn by portrait autograph life sketch and contributions Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller the Tattler oft the Louisville Times is also ins cluUedin the list She is a Vir ginianbybirth and a Kentuck iaa bjr adoption Mrs Sallio t J Margaret OMalley wife of Chas J OMalley editor of the Mid land Review is represented as- Si Miss Miller by an autobiog raphyand contributions Mrs OMalley is mentioned as being of VirginiaKentucky ancestry rrYOUJ INTELLIGENCE Your intelligence is questioned by the druggist who tries to influence vbu ott him bott1o anything for you when you uk him for Dr Bolls PineTar Honey rfb druggist can put this up fo- ryouhe cannot put up anything like It it is not to be had in bulkIt is to adh only In 25c and f bottles There Is nothing just as goodII Dr Bolls PineTar Honey Avoid those substl tutes with similar sounding names When you buy DrBells PinoTurHonej see that the bottlo has never boon opened and that it bears thq picture and tact mony of Good Old Oranny Molcalfe aud the Jiamo of the E E Butbarland Medicine Company Fountain Park Paducah Ky TheBndding Candidate One of tho yioat interesting ob- jectsj in humanitys show ring is the budding caodHnte I watchedone tho other day He had not quite mado up his mind as to what particular offico he would ask tho dar voters for but he was getting ready tot strike tbem for something When iI saw him he was talking to Bill and Tom Mad Jerry Those were oitheir rltjht names of course but llet them stand for tbe Bume He the candidate has lived in the same tewn with Turn and Bill and also with Jerry for some time bat Until within the last few days he had not discovoredjitho really good pomts possessed by Tom and Bill likewise Jerry In truth he didnot know which was Bill and which was Tom and ho might have gotten Jorrymixwd upwith either of them but the other day he noticed Bill and Tom and Jerry all in a bunch on the carrier and it suddenly struck himthe budding candidate that ho knew those fellows that o had soon them frequently in fact and that they were devilish ffane boys dont you know He fells into the crowd and before Tom and his friends could take in the situar tion the candidate was tolling them a funny story Ho finisned the jjoke and slapped Jerry on the back- sa familiarly as he would have done had they been brothers Then Bill thought of a good and told the can diddle a story Of course tho can didate didnt see any point in the torythere was no point to it bat when Bill got through with his oke the candidate went into con vulsions and laughed heartier than a small boy at his first circnn This of couse made Bill believe that he was the funniest man outside of a minstrel show and ho then and there made up his mind that the candidate was the finest follow on earth Then the candidate pulled aroupdbitmaking some abusive remarkabout an unpopular county official who passed by left Bill Torn and Jeny to search for other game I have since talked to all three of them and they said they were for the candidate for anything he wanted because he didnt consider him sejt too good to stop and talk to people Danville Advocate Beavor Pam 0 Aug 27th 1885 My daughter after being treated by four doctors and being given up for lost a neighbor recommondod Foloys Kidney Cure Today she Is able to walk several miles without fatigue I fool we would have lost her if it was not for you medicine Respectfully BaileySThe Ten Commandments in Kansas Letters are pouring in on Repre sentative Walters commending and ridiculing his efforts to enact the Ten Oommandments into law In todays mail was one fiom Oshkosh Wis condemning the penalty fixed for violating the Seventh commandment and ono from Mrs BE Mooro a Quakeress of Prairie Center Kan thanking God that He hadI rAised up Mr Walters to such a good purpose Her letter is as follows Hon Mr Walters I want to thank you next to the Lord for Thou shall riot messed ia the nation whose God is the Lord As road tho different eectFirtf Irdid IS r 2 thank God that we had one man that was willing tostand by tho old and tried But when I came to the eeath sentence for murder Ire membered that we live under the new dispensation and I said Oh my Father save tho lawmakers from being murderers too Be sides it cant do justice to allUJ you know in the case of Alico Platt and again there might be an iinnocent one hanged See The sentence for adultery scorns a little diI1orceswoultllbefform in this line- Irreverent members will offer a number of amendments One to make it unlawfui to covet thy neighbors bioyclo anda long- suffering pokor player wants added rs the eleventh commandment Tnou shall notbo shy in a jackS tipotChicago TimesHerald Rheumatism Quickly Cured After hawing boon confined jto tho house for eleven days and paying oulL 125 doctor bills without benefit Mr Frank Dolson of Sault Sto Marie Much was cured by one bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm costing 25o and bos not since been troubled with that complaint For sole by Haydon A Robortwn WITH OUR FARMERS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this umn or ciuno Farmers are requested to tend In stock or crop twins foj publication Two good big bay farm horses for sale Apply to JOHN W KELLY I I WrrzDA cheap young stallion W H RYAN ISpringfield Ky t t t The new tariff bill places a duty of 821 per ton on raw hemp 150 per ton on dressed material one cent pox pound on rows luncarded and a cent and a half on carded tows ittAn Iowan has invented a machine which ho hopes to have in opoaration by the next harvest season for cutting corn Mid separating tho oars and at the rate of 16 acres per day tttT- he groat saddle stallion Montrose 106 la dead at Highland Place hen Versailles Although thirty years of age his eyes were undimmed hta legs without a pimple and be stood easily the most remarkable stallion in the cotmtry Ix- t There ila reD arJtalJ1e cash demand for meats says A S White Presi dent of the International Packing Bompany as good a demand as I ever know tot the season of the year Although the West is killing 100000 more bygathan last year each week stooks of meat are not incroaeingl I t t H A Towkabury has bought an other lot of hemp from partion non Bryaatsville amounting to about 250 000 pounds which together with the the 800OOQ last reported waa pur chased at t3eo per hundred instead of 326 as stated says the Lincoln cor respondent of the InteriorJournal t i i Rumon the Isaac P Shelby farm situated ton miias from Lexington oiIthe Richmond and Walnut JUlia turn pikes sold last Friday for 620000 to- W L Land who recently bought the Ed Shelby place Four hundred acres wore sold at 86010 per acre Another ten acres of property situated a shot distance from tbe main farm was sold for 80 per acre The price 8610 per acre for tho Rumont farm wa considered very cheap t i t Mr Q G Wion Pike county Ill roporte that he believes he cured an 2by2 cow Thrse died boloro be began feeding the milk and four or five were separated from the herd and recovered on a diet limited to fresh milk Gookod oats were fed to the rest of tbo herd No medicine was used xx It is reported that Boston capitalists have Invested enormous sums of money in wool recently in foreign markets in anticipation of tho levying of a duty upon wool in the near future Ic Is said that not less that 5000000 has boon remitted to London for the purchase of foreign wools during the past fortnight and that tbe stock will be imported at onco A tentcent thOlwoolK the hair has been made to grown natural eolqrpn bakLhoaits in thocwunls ofcatovby using Halls Hair Kenewur tf by vttlitnotflri your cJSe J r How to Find Out lFill a bottle or common water gass with urine and let It stand twenfy our hour s i a4imantorsottllnga Indicates a diseased urineIa lines It is positive evidence of kidneys trouble Too fteouent desire to or pain in the back Is also convincing proof that tnc kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There is cecrfou In the knowledge so often expressed tuat Ur Kilmers UwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish q relieving pain in tbe back kidno rs liver bladdcrjand every pat of the urinary pas sages It comets Inability to hold urine and Scolding pain In passing it or md ef fects following use of liquor wino or beer and overcomes that unpleasant nscessity of being compelled to got up many times uringtho night to uinate The mild and oztraordlnarr effect of SwampRoot is soon Ir on40rtulIf you need a medicine you should havcftho best Bold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mall mention NEwatBATiiB and send your full pos ot ce address to Dr Khmer Ring hamtonNY The jrcprletors cf this per guarantee the genuineness of this offer1 CORRESPONDENCE rt1rPLE HILL From Oar Spedal Oorr spondcnt The F M Crow sale near tfooresville March 20 was an old time sale This may be accounted for by the fact that there is a general revival of business tibroughout the country since the Republicans tried and true are at tho head of governmental affairs The success was also due in a measure to the efforts of that prince of auctioneers Sam Campbell Corn sold for 5205 per barrel Short year iing steers 18 per head calves t9 apiece twenty fifty pound shoats 44 one eighteenyear old horse 31j one milch cow 52526 and other things accord iingly W W Sparrow of Marion county has rented the Taylor farm near here and has moved to the same Messrs Johnnie Arnold and R H Williams two of Maple Hills dashing beaux attended the suppar Friday night at Mr 1 N Arnolds Mackyille Miss Rilla Russell has return ed from a delightful trip through the Bluegrass regions The high winds during the last week blew down a tobacco barn on Mr JohnTaylors farm Miss Emma Miller of Maud pent Sunday with her sister Miss Annie at this placeS John Vanfleet sold his crop of marJctl priceSA L Burton of Sinai Kvi was hero last week canvassing for Bryans book The First Battle Ask the Mooresville oorro spondent if the inauguration of McKinley bad anything to do with the recent advance in corn In his localltyaSomo of the local sports here are considerably disappoUtod over tho result ot the Fltsim monsCorbett fight Corbett WAR the general favorite hers and was backed by oddsfMr James Grlgsby of Litsey spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents near here S H Bishop and wife of PoHn were in our little village Saturday evening There is a strong demand for seed oats at 80 cents per bushel The season thus far has not been very favorable for operat ing a sugar camp Did you ever stop to think what mdll gostlon really means It moans simply that yeur stomach is tired If our legs aro tired wo ride Tho horse and tbo steam engine do the work Why not Rive yom stomach a ride that In leti something else do its work Foods can be digested outside the body All plants contaIn digostlro principles wlilch will do this The Shaker Dlgesllvo Cordial contains digest pituciplcs IIDclJ is preparation designed to rest thojjtomjjclu Tlxochskem tbmso1vos Ixao such ouDdedfntth in It that tliexJltavQ pYaccd lOcohtP3noLoule on UiovjMket h qiiIinmjorroLe Iv5U dsgiti kp Iis tf t 1 MACKVILLE From Our Special Corespondent Farmers have begun plowing Everyone is about through tobacco S G Cull bought of Mat Graves a combined horse for75 J D Sweeney sold to Green Warner 80 acres of land for 825 Dr Shields of Willisburg will move this week to the Graves property on main street Aunt Polly Peter has located iin town for the present Miss Myrtle Phillips of Har r asburg is visiting relatives near this place Misses Pearl Clarlrand Corn Trent attended church tit Perry ville last Sunday Prayer meeting isheld at the Christian Church every Tuesday night if George Clark J G Howell and Logan Brown are among the Jthastaken the first S turJay in next month The supper given by the ladies of the Christian Church last Fri day night was a success in every way A neat little sum of 80 was realized for the benefit pfLthe c hurchTT J Trent the hustling little merchant of Brookville is in Cincinnati this week buying goods There will bo services at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning and evening by Rev Overstreet Ihe Grandest ReniedytMr R B Groove merchant of Chit fcbwle Va certifies that he had conoum ption was given up to die sought allx inedlca treatment that money could procure tried all cough remedies he could hear of but got no relief spent many nigbUeitting up In a chair was iInduded to try Dr KlngsKerr Discovery and was cured by use of two bottles For past three yearn has boon attending NelDiscovarymade as itbas done much for him and also for t there In his community Dr Rings Now Discovery Is guaranteed for cpughu colds and consumption It ont rail Trial bottles freoa Haydon t Kolnrtnontt drugstore McINTIRE From Our Regular Cdrrcspondaat Spring has come farmers and gardners are busy clearing ground in this vicinity This little village was nqt very well represented in your town Monday the morning being favorable for work Cattle are on the boom quite a number of men have been search iing this neighborhood for cattle f Mr and Mrs Robert Hill vi sited the family of J Hill last Sunday Mrs Margaret Jtfolly is on the sick list- Mn Tom Newton of Manton was here this week buying hogs The Misses Johnson nearLeb non entertained a crowd of young folks Sunday last several from this place being present Messrs Proctor Mclntiro and Spencer wright passed through h9 Fridayon their way home theY1havoSuccess toyour paper iis the wish of EVALINB Something toRnowOf It maybe worth something tq know that the very boat medicine fox restoring tho tired out nervous system to ahcnJtby Vigor Eloctrio Bitters This inodldub Is purely vegetable actsby giving tone to tbo nerve centres in the stomach gently timutates tho livoa and kidneys and aids these organs In throwing off Impurities In jho blood Electric Bitten Improves tbo appetite aids digestion and Is prononncep by thOse who have tried it as the very best blood purifier audnervo tonic Try It Sold for We or 100 per bottlo at Haydon d Kobprt sona prugstoro OLIN From OurBegidarCOrresponTCnt- Mr John Yates and bia charm ing sister MIPS Nettlei Spring fluid were the pleasantr guests lMiss Mary Trent Sunday los- tMrThchard4ptdlr atid wif0 ol iland passed IbroB h our 1 i qWlt t tt Missi Ella and Nora Boat r of Ty1orsYilIe etulrie44iome 4 Saturday after a short tisitlo itheirsiSterat Palm if fI Mrs Maggia Mcllvoy weatdd glad to seer was able to attend tfchurch again v- f 1j Miss OlHe Qrey spent several dafstwlthJ1erauntIlr8 D B Sutherland of Maple Hill last week Mrs CumIn who iswith her laughter MfsT J Trent isi very low and not expected toj llive Her two sons Dock ani Lawrence of Louisville we talephoned for and arrived 111 Sunday alternpon at 8 orclocjc- Mr George nber1atJiIwife of Mnpje lull sp t d ay with their dan Jim Groy M udsy Little Hubbert Hard stf s ort the sick list this vieok J Mr Dan neil mjJdythis farm near FplinsgMr Joe Bishop will woe into te house yacatdd by Mr Neil tWe will close by asking our Mflplo HH1 correspondent it her has accepted the position thafe was offered hub this coming summer COJSUIPTIOI CAl BE IUHD A Blocum TJL the GrefttOhcmlrtr jmetedcoveredEemedlostoCureCosnuipttoar an4 All lioaz Troabloa J 4fNothing could bo jnore fairer more phil anthxoplo orcnrrYjJ1ore joy tq the afflicted than tbeo1f 19tr As Blocuin M C pf j Now York City Onfldentctb1the baa discovered reUrHI able cure for consumption and all bronchial riand weaiasBsa loss of ffoah and all cpadif ff t Ions 0J wasting ndto make its great r JcnowBi be will send free thre t pV ies to any reader of the Njtw3LJUM I wbo may be suffering Already this DeW sclentifio course of t mediCIne has psrmanefldy cttrbd tiious ands of apparently hopolesscasga- Thtf Do trfr considers it his religions date a duty which owes to htmiftnltyto Donate infaUlbla cure H has proved the dreaded consumpt1ozS toboa curable disease beyond any doojpii r aid Jias on filo in his American and BanK laboratories ctcsUmqnials pf experience from those len Jttod and cured in all part ff of tie worldI a Dont delay until It Is too tate QSnsump tion nnlhterrnpfod moans speedy and ctifr tain death Address T A Blocnuj M c08 Pine Street Now York and when writ ngthe Doctor give ezpross ani posof1 oddress and please mention rcadlngjthlrf t ill 1tlTDBNBWL1u EL WANTS tfflEH MUZzLEnf 7 The MadisonVille Hustler life 1 good reasons iBdowllol tht dogs and wants hemmuzzled Itr j J rplaces some people iin the earner categywith the dogs and the j7J course of iiUj 5rerrks very sen t j 81 blysaYsf T d The dogs ot M aiBonville that l i iis the fourlegged dogs thatd f qnot waofc to get shot oil saspio i ton of being afflicted wilh hydro phobia arq going around with l ttuzzlus on their mqutha to choyir that they are harmless Tpsjtrja WIDe precaution aoid 1Iavtthe lives of BOveraLcaninoiv of more or less doubttul folueaikd 1 at the seine time save some of tonrpoople from biinjf bIte by 4 thejie same dogs Wi nisZ that the muzzling process Might r go further While M disoniller ibatiif ffvery properly bo Bullied nitfc the dogs The klckjjr the rowP fter tie grumbler might bemulI sled with gQod for tho people1 iJ generally The scold the liar he backbiter the alanderer1th troducer of characlqf th4 aaii 1- whownlcn t1ns1huaUons gil1l a good woman these qiht to have on double muzzles nuJiBlow r that Wouldffot sg tfgfit tat ihtjr1 u1aJitQp tftfi breath of thfv J wearer until hoor she wot11t turn black in the face 7b pre 1 fer the bite of a dog at any timer Ji v that of the latt class of peo irIto who claim to behwidaii bln ir if From CrippleiCre i f1L After tho bag ftrt In ripe Ctecktt took a very yorocold and Inod manjf remedies wl nouHipT the colJcr Ouls becoming more settled After uaetjg4 three small Ioltlcs of Chaaibojrlalna Cough RoraedVr both tile Cbuxk afot icold left mo and Jiv this hlgfi aUllnda t rlaKPff n1 nrio s cou4i reruMdy to dcy any SodGI al JtfomlewKjm editor Dally Adrrtisr For ato br ray4eu1 IIIfti tPobcrscn rp Lu A iu6 lo hJ4tMtr ft n d1t ibt I I i 1 11 s F r s r V r vP wrc L c s ii- a r f ki iJi 4- i fs 1t 5i K 4 f ijtiji y i J ritE NEWSLEADER v ti r i iTHE NEWSLEADER C THUDAY MCH 25 189T I L U DAVISON JR iNNOiJNJEMENTS 1 fi j oacIa urtiDaE Pattestfl- Tfe roHthorteed to annpnnco Charles tU8 Taylor beauty a candidate 9 dcoot JEovenlndc1aI- coint1es5lbJt Wrict IIIII Ji08 v 1ngton r7 fr8 to the ICo moRratlo party November tl etfoi 3807 s FOR SCHOOL StTPBRINTENDENT PeterDWe HW anthorizodv to announce MDoth Peter as n candidate for County I1 1 superintendent of public acljopls Jar htaKtoncQumy subject to the ao Y 4ottbeDcmOCTtIC pcrty fi X Sunders1 We ira aUthorJect to announce Tionis- cJLttanadera as a candidate for the office at riatity8upeiinien4ent of Common School of Washington county subject to tho sapportotthe voters of thecounty tit and thepudorsementof all political par tie r m jji WHENEVER There is a c a g n of administration IB WaKhingixjaT an army of hungry oe seekers aesables there and the scram fcU for office is amusing or piti inl accordingly we loofetipon it So e professional commlnir atori da public hppenSY that tbis office seeking1 Is a part bf the American SYStem and being Amencan His all right wand proper As a matter of fact there is nothing peculiarly Aneri can about it indeed the ustom I is as old as government itself and it has flourished most ex tensively and most perniciously in those monarchies whose courts were moit comxpt We are not OL thowf who believe that the political millennium is to be at tained through the extensloiiolt the civil service regulations so tIt every government office t ust ba bestowed saftep an ex y amtnatkm fashioned on- academic jIg but we are persuaded thatt soph a method is at once better and more dignified than that which nowprevails and through which loiud tnslstencecouLtsfor e mort than genuine wor hThe Prerfdent of the United States is Mlected brother work than par cellngout the spots of victory To him the country looks for its I statesmanship in internal affairs andforeign relations as well in hjm are reposed our nations i credit and bur national honor j o How can he attend to these thinKS whena1l his days are taken up wI iK these persistent office seek ers It is a pity that rule like thfs could rot be applied The iI tlnnoo last apd to hut who comet not all shall be the prize S Leslies Weekly THE fight for U 8 Senator is tm in earnest at Frankfort Brad j jxforctp art said to be gather Iligto defeat Hunter the nomk he outcome is in doubtt Iii ay separate ballots which resnlted as follows Ht nter received 66 votes BlacktHjrn 48 Daviall Boyle 6 McOreary Buckner I Tyler 1 ami Stone 1 Six Rep bliCns e t Senators Xiinney Rummons and Clark and Representatives Bald win Napier and Nancebotted Huater and voted for Boyle s Jltfprtsentativea Norman and Baird who have been classed as- jpcoWiJ DeMocrats voted for Hunt Ffe It is claimed positlyely that otifMort Republican wilt desert limr today and that four more are raadyto leave him It did r o im probable last nigbt that ii tWare would ean election today Tie Bridley cot bicatith Is play lag for time and H nlera lines art mot strong enough to stand Muctt ot a strain In fact the Bradley combination claims that eleven more members will id sert I a Hater If an election does not 5ft talue pace sogn tiI 4v r 4 r REPRESENTATIVB Thbrne has tIntrodufc abII1 in the House providing that all executions shall take place wUntnTtbe prisI onf walls at Prankfort Such a llawwonldsavd the state money and would do away with any oc casion for the sending of troops fo hangings such as was dome at exIe utjon at Newport THE NishviJle Sun a sUrer newspaper edited by B AEnloo m addeed of assignment yes terday Liabilities are estimated at OOOO Mr Enloe Is the a1p who is engaged to edit the Louisvilles proposed free silvejr paper which Is to come out sometime next month JACKSON and Walling two of the most noiicei men ol tbe past year have at last paid the penalty for a bratal crime They were hung at Newport last Saturday and died denying their guilt THE bloody Turk is still get t jIngih his work Details of the outbreak at Tokia in Asia Minor show that the Turks massacred one hundred Armenian Christ labsl 11 SlOOltcwardSlOODThe readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is At least one dreaded disease that science has been ablejto cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and tdvlng the patient strength by bulloing up the con BUE ion and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have much faith in its curative powers that they otTer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list testimonials Address- F J CHENEY dr Co Toledoj 01 sold by Druggists 75c NEWS LEADER 100 a yea- rMOORESVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent Mr Lee Boblett has returned to Illinois Corbett was the favorite here but he got knocked out all the sameMr John Boblett is gradually growing worse but we still have hopes of his recovery Mr Gould Hough lin had his auction last Saturday but owinji to unsatisfactory prices closed the sale before he was haIrr through Last Saturday the sale of J M Crow deceased was largely attended there being about 300 people present everything soldI high corn brought 41 cents per bushel OL six months time Mrs Anne Gannan and Miss Cordia Tolly of Mercer county have returned home They were ke guests of Mrs W G Boblett Mrs Minnie Mayfield of Fred ericktown visited relatives here last Sunday and Monday Owing to so much rain but lit tie plowing has been done con sequently farmers wI1l be very late getting out their spring cropsThe Bloomfield Nursery will deliver their fruit trees at Mooresville about April 1 W O Ellis agent Mrs Susan Boblett and her daughter Nettie of Fairfield visited Mr Logan Shehao last weekMr Sherwood Weakley and brother bought of JThos Tatum 50 acres of land improved at 10 per acre and will move to same this week A great many of our people attended County Court Monday Mr Qllle Porterof Bloomfield passed through our village en rOute toSpringfleld Ministers Oppose iTaralage Licenses The marriage license bill which passed the Ilouso last week will meet opposition ir the enntehre a number of Cambden Methodist ministers who ore iinterested are lobbying gainst it using the urgu ment that it will impose a hardsttip on poor poisons whu desire to get married by requiring them to 1S1 ij YtIio j HORSES150 April 123 150 HORSES TO BE SOLD AT MAPLE PARK KINDERGARTEN DANVILLE KY V Send for Entry Blanks Prlccc for Selling Low The Best place to Sell and the Best prices Realized E P FAULCONER Panville Ky fee which they cannot afford The ministers argue tho law wo ild on1 1courage 1Icouples would prefer to live togeth er wjthout having been married A visitedLttho Senate in the interest of the proposed constitutional araondmei t restoring to women the right toi vote at school meetings in rural eomraunities They were assured tho amendment would be passedI this year unless tje other mend ments are deferred for a year in which case all will go over together Trenton dispatch to New York Sun REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Spnngflold in the State of Ky at the close ot business March 0 1897 NO 1767 =oc=Loons and Discountsi7D3OOverdrafts secured fend unsecured a818 00 U S Bonds to secure circulation 8750000 931000lianldrigtures 700000 from National Banks noIRe Berve Agents 88177 Due from State Banks Bankers 65JO Due from approved reserve agents 478285 Notes of other National Banks 71900 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 2190- LAWJOI Uomcr BxaxuvE V- iZpecie1250Q80S Legaltender notes C80000 1880680 Redemption fund withU Sirens Urer5 per cent of circulation 1687 Total t2529SS20 Capitalltock paidin1000000CISurplus Fund Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 640389 National Bank notes outstanding 8375000 Due to other National Banks 02853 Duo to State Banks and Rankers 2603 70 Individual Deposits subject to check 8361215 Time certificates of deposit 8689 93 Total SJ5J98820 STATE orKzxrucxr or WASH I A O McElroy Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that thq myknowledgeA U UcELROY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of March 1697 J A BOULWUIE N P W Go Ky Attest F M CAMPBELL JACK W THOMPSON Directors RHEDEIEN A Brick Country Road The first country road laid in the United States has been put drown in Monmouth Township Warren County lit says the Boston Tran script Tbe road is a culmination ofa series of experiments in road building and though it is regarded I as more or less on probation the utmost confidence in its success is expressed When hard road build lug began in the township four years ag it was decided to expend the money on hand in experimental wiy Monmouth Township had long been u sufferer from bad roads In winter the town had often been completely blockaded by mud too deepfor wagons Even within the twn itself the streets were so poor that at times the bus lines were iiobligedmail and baggage were carried tto the railway station on wheelbar rows The manner in which the roadway is laid is described as follows The ground was prepared tor it by grading and being allowed ta stand lor two months It was treated to an occasional scraping so that it would pack evenly and when the contractors were ready to lay brick it was as hard hud oven as a floor Tho first thing was set ing the curbing This was made by 2 incbXG inch oak plank Ret 7 teet apart and held by oak stakes 18 inches long and put down every 4 feet Inside this was put a b foot bed of sand Shis was evened up and the single ourse of No 1 paying brick was put down They wore set on edge and makB flno road bed Ooteide of the curb 2 feet of crushed rock was laid graded up to make au easy approach This makes a road 11 feet wide The earth on eachaide was graded and worked making it all 40 feet wide and af fording tracks on each si4e tor use in ary weather The average cost of the stono roads has been 70 cents pet foot The brick road cost 82GCO for 8000 feet or about 90 cents a running foot A beautiful Little Rock young lady knelt down before the fire eay her prayers the other night tI she closcd her eyes she glahcod i0AbrlrI 1 under the bed and beheld the out lines of the pants and feet of a hurglar She gave a squawkand a kict the former bringing hei father and tho Utter the fire cut of the grate on the garment that wasnt her dress due was badly scorched in localities and the man under jthe bed ws her br ethers pants and shoe Moral Glasgow Times JUNIPERS DEFEATb Iilel1timpudent that theres been no l JuniIperother evening Impudent Mrs Juniper he re plied You dont mean to toll me that impudentAllow her Mr Juniper That girl dhappened DshotDtoyoushellDont you go near her while shes in her present mood Youd better keep out of tho kitchen Well I think I see myself keeping goJntoIll yank Miss Bridget OOalligan down from ier high horaeIt Heedless of his wifesprotest Juniper went boldly out into tho kitchen and said youvebeenImpedent to mo mistress is it Be dad an who aroycrato make a hin huz zy ay ycrsilf commin out into mo kitchen to talk to mo as ye talk to your wife Impedent is it Begorry anyerafoine birrud to say impedent to anny won an if Oi Look here youtt Oim lookin hero all might sorl Oim lookin yecz roight in do oye an its Bridget OCalligan wholl take ppporcbownity av eayin to yer ugly deI face phwat shes had in moiud to iver sinco she kem into this house for 01 YOU impudent Aisy now oisy mo foine gintel min or yolllhvo mo kitchen wid a dipper ar Ecoldin wather aronn your back an the feet av Bridget OCnlllgau assist in yo out Whin a man has the divils own tongue in is head ta ye have whin things dont go his way hes no call to use his word impodeut to anuy wanIan whin he flings at me hell git it suit back again bogorry for its not me thats afeard av tiny two legged thing that walks the green ninth an so I tell you that 01 tell ye to kapo yen tongue still an not chip in whin your betters bos tho flnrol Open your jaw agin whin a leddy is talkin on Oill mop tip me kitchen flure wld yo au pitch yo out daj windy afterword Oi will that Cim not wan to take thatl Oim not one to take impotence from tho loiko av ye an 01 But Juniper had fled up the backstairs where ho nearly went into an op oplectio fit when Mrs Juniper who had been listening at the head of the stair said between her giggles Well how did you como out Mr Joniper Detroit Free Press Wlmat Deteriorate Professor C 0 Qeorgcson ot tho Kan sos state experiment station says That wheat docs deteriorate in the course of years under tho care that tho averages farmer gives his crop I think must Iw conceded The yield becomes less tin grain of an inferior quality and the millers complain that tho proportion of bran to flour is too largo Prom what section it would bo moat desirable to procure a change of seed cannot bo an swered positively In our experience hero at the station we have ta a general thing had tho best results from wheat grown in about tho same latitude to the eastward of us Tho start for our best yielding varieties camo from Virginia Maryland and Ohio A variety of supe nor merit produced only by selection and culture under tho most favorable conditions can maintain its superiority only when grown and selected with tbo same care which produced it Our fanners do not givo their wheat that care and culture and tho legitimate re roll is that it runs out The main causa of deterioration then is under tho con trot of tho farmer himself LIt In the Dobs of Birds It iin otten said by persons who en not well enough acquainted with tbt science of ornithology to know whether tbny speak the truth or not that the boucs of tire turkey vulture ore hollow all chambers so constructed as to admit of continuous flight with but slight ef fort on the part of the bird Of late rars it tins become tho general belief tbot tho bones of almost all varieties of birdn are simply air cylinders and that the lordly turkey vulture nod the condor are not letter provided for in that par ticnlar than a bost of smaller birds In order to get some scientific light on the Bubjooh Dr Crisp dissected 62 species of bircis great and small bu found only 18 ir which tho wing bone were hollow and wily one the sparnrp wIftinlncd tty tho doctor there were rigns of air in the bones although in ibis list then were several birjtfof long And rapid flight Dr OrjspfrCbnchuicn are that there z but few birds which havo been pxMi d with natural w chambers and UI cases where the provision is mode it in not of snchtntv tonal benefit as has bom generally sop cdSt LouiEBerATbiic I Y r TRESTWICE A WEEKI C ourierJonrnal SI A TEAK Issued Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings tIaeWeekly OourierJournal TheWellnesdayto news and political topic TheS Saturday issue will be devoted to s picturcsFoetrytce paperEach or twelve pages a weekron increase of two pages a weekf04 pages or 8 yeanThe paper will not pureDemocracyprinciples will be continued suc cessfully in the future as in the past In spite of tho expenso in vdlved in the improvaments noted the price of tile TwickaWeek CourierJournal will remajn the ringthei p pnlidcnl Courier Journal Tear 00 Dally and Sunday ytnr 8 00 Sunday alone Tetr 1 00 TWICEAWEEK Courier Journal AND T- HENewsLeader 1WH ONE YFRiFOR ONLY SI 50 We have made a special club bing arrangement with the Twice a Week Courier Journal and will- send that puptxr linft ours for the price named to all subscribers who v ill renew anpny in advancer to all new tlubsbribers who will pay in advance ample copies of Courier Journal l sent free on appli- CHtion All subscriptions under this otTer must be sent to the NEWS LEADER SPRINGFIELD KY TO lUBE AtOLl IN ONE OAT Take Laxative Bromo Qnicin Tablets Ml druggists refund the money if It ftl1J1 to cure 25o For palo by Haydon t Robertson and Waters 1 Browfle Fob GGmo IA NEW nook IKNITTIXG AND CROCHETING of 04 pages over 50I original designs illustrated beautiful loco patterns nhnwlK hoods jackets etc has boon published by The Homo ooljBentThe Home is a 20page monthly filled with original stones literary and do mastic topics and fashions Its department of Fancy Work Is n special feature new and original designs each Issue The price Of lubscrlptlon Is 60 cents pun year and will include one of these boolff As l Bl1bscrtb3n1amonths subscription Tho price of book Is 25 cent but n 0 months sub scription und the book combined will ho sent for cents Their annual premium lint for 1SW will be sent free on nj plica thouCASTOROA fFor Infants and clin tbfai J1C1IUtm ct Vf Land for Sale I have for sale cheap 85 acres of land situaed on the Lincoln Run tn rb pi ka about six miles from Springfield and known as the Thos Reed place There is a tolerably good building on tne place Thirtyrive acres of the place is corn land fourteen acres in wheat oad the remain der in grass For further par Uc lars call on or address- MONTGOMERY REED Valley Hill Ky ANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR I WOMEN to travel for nfIpnn ethic established house In Kentucky Salary 780 and expenses 0Hltlon permanent Reference Eticlcao nolfnciarcssed stamped envelope The National Star Insurance lildg Chicago Nov J0tt Good old Granny Mot calf now 88 yesPold living at 1005 S Fourth street PaduI cab Icy Btlll says that Dr Bolls Plnoi TarHoney is the beat grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been sold during her lire Never go away from hoing without a bottle of Dr Bolls PlnoTnrIIonoyl Change of climate cliango of apart moats or oxposouro may bring on a cold which nothing but this famous remedy will cure Success Is the reward of merit not of asnmuDtlon Popular appreciation is p what telU In thd long run For fiftyiyears people havo boon nslnjj i Sarsnpaillla audtoday1t Is the blood purtfl r inpst llrifavor with l the publfe Ayors Sarsaparilla ourcs c Sj r r r8PRINGOODS s = = 1 Kl v ie We are ntfw rccelvmgcur Spring Cocdemhra ing a great assortment of rir r jI t i otit DRESS GOO S PERCALES WHITE G OODJ f1 l j DRESS TRIMMINGS ORGANDiES fJt DUCKS GINGHAMS DlMriES EMBROIDERIES j LACES Etc 1 f CORSETS GLOVES AND HOSIERY j X tJ in Ni t t rGENTS FUKNISFINGS t Z t t tIncludingFancy and Plain Underwear Hosierj and Suspenders l CLOTHING j t We are now receiving a most elegant line of Metie B6yflnna Childrens clothing m better styles and lower prices than we hare cVerv shown before lie sure you see our line before you buy elsevrKere SHOES j V Dont fail to ree our line of lelmer Bettrnann fc Cos fine 8hoepV and Drew Selby k Cos women and childrens fine shoes jTIiereare no lines in the market superior to these in fit style and wear i v1 CARPETS Etc Z We are showing the greatest stock of Carpets Bug linolbumsi r Mattings Oilcloth etc of any house in town Lace Curtains bhjdjBhades in all prices Handsomest line shown in this town aee for Yourself yZB WALL PABER fJt t tiJpiiin and see our stock of 8000 rolls Wall Paper inallthe1ieTrr tcomhinations We invite your especial attention to tthcnew rich cojor iings in red green blue arid purplts with borders andcciliso match I j tiWecqr t dially solicit a good share of your patronage thisJ yeaik 1 t a J i tt t t li t I CUNNINGHAM jAH fd fr J M BURTON t j nNThosivt j4i Je7V BURTON Q i If Ib1 BEN HAYDON Sn MANAOEK lt t i r 1fri jiCASKETR COFFINS I0ABURIAL2 J RUBES i OF ALL KINDS i ffFULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day i H t The services of an EXPERJENCED EMBALMER a Jgraduate horn a school of embalming have been engaged J i I rJMBURTONCO HAGAN BLOCK SPUINGFIEJD Ky Lightning Hot Droprr Whata FunnrNamel Very Trdo but It Kills Ar Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day WithoutRollef Thero lr No PAy r apt onnuiiuy U S A San jjioO Cal says Shllohd Catarrh Remedy It the Irat medicine have over found hat would do mo any good Price Soc fiucklcns Arnica Balre CUOrulscBl Turn Foversorcs Totter Vhappcd hnn Collhlalns corns and all nkln cruptla and poslllvoly cures 1Ues or no pa f perrcctlrjco 25 coita per box at IJaydou diJCub rtsona Drug Storo w23enDab7wus1ckwecAYeherc4aiorhaWhen When she become she clung to Castoria WbcnehohadchfldreaBhogAythemOator3sDr ortnn t addition to tbo list of tUo worlds most valuable ineUlclncs Ilnrmlcsvln tnatnro yottlmoatt Infallible In its ptlpn It Is niuIoiHJcdyfl most pmca lous menus known today wofcurjnfj ough coldsand klJnoyjllscascs t II YOUft fliCR4IOrullreotatiit is gviteri JJ BOblDt nnx ZJION lI7T2RILU ynl cure you and give a nod appxflo Solehi nfl den1er IneUino WantedAn Idea itPyntoet your Idea thayWrne JOuri wtnnau nay tD pjyo waIt DeyarWUblllttttiu ct uer 1aand piioun ot tsobundd iwrsnuons wsnte ow = Personnlta roferenebooktoFnEE 4 cldchroniutheir sox pocn1lar to 4 phyalYrlnn8Imltur 8tateaDrCo70Dearbornatree Chican r nV TimNIIW8LEA1lER znd almbaVany othcrpaper or ma tlforno L Tatter Salt1hormn Einnfla Tho intcmf ngBnd sniutiidDCrdent to thesa disl12 8 in fDStanualby applying Ciirmberl lnycd insSkin 8Q rind POintment Mdny very 1 id caseshave enP6rmnncnt11cuu brit nis equaUyofgient for ftchfna p11caA faverito remedy tor t pJiPJechappeil hands c njhtint fot bffe f1 lfvnndchronIQsorecres g rboxDr Cadys CQrilitloa Pidcr nrbjust wl1 t batcondltianaverm1f butnebOrsoIn prime 114 to pa 23centitJer t i i frIf i t t r Ir0 af ir iti t THE NEWSLEADER y r 9it TILK REWSLElDBR ttt tsD nitRTIWBSDA1 tcoRxlco- SPRIHCFIELDKV f yYAIRpAI W F NEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW omOB with a C McCHomD rr DENTIST 1 WIt DER 1 I1lltttalolraUlujrfOlme TEETH EXTRACTED lyrriiouT PAIJT In Thursday OFFICEortr Peatoffice- Mala ATeJLoulntl1e DR J F RINEMRT OFFICE HOURS x to 4 p m Tuesdays and Saturdays 3PKINGFIKLD KY DR J I BURTON tt RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I OmoB HnpUB Block oror Mansfield t Jk RAH txms SPRINGFIELD KY CrDlflrfaa York I Spec iIty JRGBEENESIi1 SALOON I have opened a saloon on Main Street adjoinicR the y firocery of S M Karrfcfc where I will be pleased to have my friends and patrons call when needing anything in my line I wU keep nothing but the very best brands the market affords Will make a specialty of the FAMOUS YELLOWSTONE which has the reputation of being the finest in the world Your patronage solicited and courtesy extended 0 R HARMON THE LIVERYMAN Firstclass livery outfits New buggies and fast and safe horses Jersey wagons and surreys for the use of excursion parties or drummers The most convenient hitcbitK and feeding place In townt7 rlp MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD K DR JH LAMPTON OFFICE ovaA CIRCUIT crxnz op7i c Eta ia JFtliati thousands of in fanlain d wHfypaarlydie ot mom brshit r YI de nO 6xagerate- wbeu f MM Uh nrrn of these JMU been wyed bad ocgnWcogfdFoley ATlw been given thorn t In tlrlte j oaaffordto bo wltbpnt It laoiJiJJ 1Jt i ttx WhiskeyT- his celebrated rand of whialcey J keep for 1I1et1 barand make J a ipeciaTty of it for family and for Medicinalusetf A THOMPSON Tholme of Ayer Hair Vigor IRa fined and- re dellcaite fluid which does not z poll or became jrancld hy expoimre to thq tltntejI1duce y 00 Lu- x f J Mi iM2ELROY SHULTZ ARE OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF 1Genuine WPlowsPlowslow B k Single Trees ft Double Trees 8 Garden Forks Hay Forks Rakes iShlt4SpadesWheelbarrows N Curry Combs 8 Horse Brushes 8 Barrel Cburne and Cedar Churns k Eaasw vA7srA7AY lS can Cream in EIYE in the We Sell Tools and Builders dS5 W Hardwaretes W KBOUT TOWN FRUITS and fresh cqndiea at Bells FRESH flab on Fridays at Jos A Shaders NEW spring goods at Mansfields Low priceg for cash oG R 2EN seed and all kinds of canned goods at Bells FOB the latest styles in bath shoes shirts and neckwear go to Mansfields VEGETABLES and country produce produce always on hand at Jos A Shaders squaredinnert Bells restaurant NORTHERN seed potatoes a special ty Garden seed of all kinds give me a call Jos A Shader You can get fresh fish and oysters at Bells during Lent Sold in quan tity or served on short order Now is the time to get your horse and Jack bills printed The NEWS LEADEn office turns out good bills at low prices NOTICE the new advertisement of McElroy A Shultz and if you see anything you need in their line give them a call Eurny outfit in latest spring styles for men ladies and children You can dress up very cheap for the cash at Mansfields Go to Thompson dt elements for Hamilton Cultivators and Hamilton Disc Harrows They also sell the Champion Mower and BinderIHEADQUARTERS for sporting goods at Joe A Shaders Reels nets min now buckets baseball and bats trot lines and seine twine etc LARGE stock of spring clothing at Mansfields Custom made best ma terial perfect fitting latest styles very low prices as we only seU fof cash NEW matting and new furni ture just received at Thompson Clements Give them a call NOTICE Fishermen and loaf ers are warned to keep out of the Fair GroundsvALBERT KIMBALL JIM HAYDON the colored boy who escaped from jail last week was caught near M ooresville and returned to jail MR JAMES SHIRLEY an old and welltodo citizen of this county died last Friday at his home near Willisburg He leaver buite a large family and was a good citizen THE sale of the personal prop erty on the farm of F R Neale took place yesterday afternoon Owing to the disagreeable wea ther only 4 small crowd was in attendance and prices realized were low Mips JOSIE LEER is again at her post behind the counters of Cunningham Duncans popu anIflounce to her friends and customers thatjslie is prepared to offer hardtime bargains to all whoWiilca y J TRY THEIR Warranted Razors and Scissors Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded You Freeze Minutes Carpenters A GOOD crowd was in town on Monday the day being fine Quite a good deal of stock was offered on the streets but there was a scarcity of buyers Sev eral horses were sold at low prices and quite a number were offered and taken down A few light cattle brought good prices Notice to Creditors All creditors of F S Hill are hereby noticed to present their claims against said F S Hill properly proven as required by law before me on or before the 17th day of April 1897 at the office of W F Neikirk in Spring field Ky T J NALLY Assignee F S Hill THE barn of J W Miller sit uated about four miles west of Lebanon was destroyed by fire Monday night with a quantity of provender implements etc Fifteen head of mules belonging perIishedmated at about 3000 with about 800 insurance Origin of the fire unknown MR A T PAYNE Of the Qua ker Medicine Co who was here several weeks ago was arrested in Nicholasville while selling medicine on the street for not having his license properly in dorsed The case was continued until Wednesday when Payne was represented by Judge J Soule Smith of Lexington The prisoner waived examination and was held over to the circuit court in X100 bail THE creditors of E B and J H Browne who assigned last week held a meeting Tuesday and endeavored to arrive at a settlement among themselves It was thought that an agree ment had been reached by which the creditors were to get 45 cents on the dollar on claims against E B Browne and 70 cents for claims against John Browne A misunderstanding was had hov ever about preferred claims and no agreement was reached Another meeting will be held and it is possible that some understand ing will be arrived at otherwise the affairs will be taken through the courts for adjustment THE last meeting of the Cha tauqua was held at Mrs Will Thurmans The lesson was un usually long otherwise the pro gram was short The story of the Iliad and The story of the Odyssey was told respec tively by Misses Jennie Browne and Kate Mayes The quotations were from Hamlet Misses Ruby Lampton Lizzie Waters and Mary Claybrook McElroy kindly favored us with recita tions Adjourned to meet Monday evening March againI with Irs Al McChord Pro gram Roll call The S Ven quotntionsfromI Lesson by class S1 A Y4tSr4Ve V A A Full Line of Grant Ware Direct from the Manufacturers Donc Fail to See it and Get Prices g Buckeye and Myers Force Tank b and Spray Pumps 99ROOFING GUTTERING AND 3 PLUMBING OUtt SPECIALTY Come and see us and we will Treat You light 5 Our Steel Ranges are THE BEST MADE VAu rLVAAT A Freezers W rq2 hooks Mrs Jack Thompson Literary Analysis In Memoriam J T C Noe Constan tinople Miss Sue Bell an Es sparItansStory of Elaine Mrs Al Mc Chord Select Reading Mrs J H Lampton It is Impossible to be happy or cheer ful or useful when ono la suffering from a discomforting cold or n nasty little cough It is wonderful that some people will on from day to day suffering from these distressing disorders wqen a 25cent bottle of Dr Bolls PlnoTm Honey will relieve the most stubborn rase PERSONAL F B Noe was In St Marys Sunday rB D Lake wont to Louisvillo yes terday on business Mrs W 0 McOhord Is In Louis ville for a short visitIMiss Louise Saunders has gone to Louisville for a visit to relatives Mr 0 0 Cambron of Lsbanon was in town Tuesday on business =Mr Will Hayes of Bloomfield was in town Uunday and Tuesday Mrs J G Mansfield and daughter Miss Myrtle are in Louisville this week Misses Jennie Oraycrof and Willie Mayes left this morning for Louisville on a visit Mr Newell McOlaskoy of Bloom field was here Tuesday to Viiit the family of E B Browne f Mr and Mrs R E 0 Lawson went to Louisville yesterday morning to at tend the Moody meetings Emmett McElroy and Sidney Greene wore home from Centre Col lege for a few days last week Mr J B Saay formerly a mer chant of Willisburjj this county has moved to Danville to mako his homo Harry Thompson and Stith NoeI wont toiLobanon Tuesday night to attend a banquet eivon by tho Knight Templars Mrs T Scott Mayea had a narrow escape from being seriously hurt by a runaway horse on the street the other day Tho horse after getting loose from a vehicle ran over her throwing her down slightly Injuring ono knee r PASSED COUNTERFEIT MOSEY Edgar Bryant and Charles Brown two young men from Washington county were ar rusted in Harrodsburg Tuesday morning for passing counterfeit BryIant bought a nickles worth of apples from Bob Bridges and gave him as base a fiftycent piece as was ever made receiving fortyfive cents back in change Brown passed a piece df the queer of the same de nomination on Dud McAfee the colored Smoky Row caterer andI got back fortyfive cents BridI ges soon discovered that he had been swindledand came up town and found Bryant standing on the Mercer National Bank corI neroHe pointed him out to Jailer Chatham who arrested him The officer turned himJ over to Tom Middleton and wont after Brown why was overtaken while getting out of town at n lively pace In tho police court the men were searched by Chat l of ham and Smith and seven counterfeit half dollars were found in Bryants yarn socks A search of their grip revealed some samples of plated ware a deck of cards and a quart of whisky Both are green coun try men and do not seem to real ize the seriousness of their offense On the witness stand Bryant confessed that the money had been worked off on them and they thought they would get rid of it the same way Both are well connected in this and Washington counties and have evi dently been reading yellowback literature Judge Corn held them over in 8300 each After wards nine counterfeit silver half dollars were found near the Academy where Brown was captured by Chatham Brown was released yesterday his brother coming from Wash ington county and going on his bond Bryant it is thought will give bond in a day or two AT THE CHURCHES This column will be devoted to the religious arid cuurch interests of our town and communlcatljns and an nouncements from tho pastors of the Presqyterlan Baptist Methodist and Catholic Churches aro solicited The Methodist Church Ii t have a bell Rev Atkinson the pascr has interested himself in the effort to raise a fund for that purpose and has Succeeded in securing enough to start the work of putting in the bell towor The church has never courtHousethe congregation to services The Ladies prayer meeting will be hold next Monday at the home of Mrs Peters Rev Lawson of the Preshy teriau Church will preach next Sunday morning from the text The Unbelievers Doom The subject at the evening service will be Christ the Teacher r r The dinner given ou County Court day by the ladies of the Presbyterian church was a sue cess in every respect Over 200 people were served to an elegant dinner and about F56 was the sum realized from the affair The ladies deserve greatdeal of credit for the admirable way the thing was managed SUICIDE IN JAPAN hanged Condition seem to Strengthen the Impulcc of Impair An interesting essay on the prey alence of suicide in Japan has boon written by Mr tiaito Kokufu a na tive statistician Tho statistics extend over ten years and short that suioido has boon on the increase in Japan both actually and in propor tion to tbo total number of deaths In the case of Japanese women thoaqo at which suicide is most frequent is about 20 the corresponding period with men is 25 Comparatively fpw women commit suicide after tho twontyflfth year bpt mon are not safe until they are past 40 Tho women after marriage usually take Ufo as they find it anti submit with stoicism to its conditions Tho sui aides of men aro duo to tho worries and reverses of business and are ofton tho results of cool and deliber ate choice between two evils Fe raolo suicides are rather moro than half those of males but with a ills tinot tendency to increase From January to May are the worst months for suicides The number mounts rapidly month by month from January to May and troops high until July and it falls toits lowest in November Tho sul cides of December and January are attributed partly to pecuniary trou bles at tho oloso of tha year when accounts aro supposed to bo olosed and all liabilities met A rise in July Is attributed to financial troubles at tho half year In recent years the use of tho Sword by suicides is decreasing greatly Hanging is tho method most frequently employed nearly three fourths of tho male suicides nnd nearly half tho females having ter minated their lives in this way but among womon drowning is more common oven than hanging Firearms and poison pro very rarely used probably because thoy are not readily obtainable while a Jrfprtneso of either sox always has a long gir dlo and always has water sufficient to cause drowning at hand in tho loop wells in every village an4ad jacent to almost ovary house Tho figures show that tho number of suicides varies year by year with tho price of rioo It rises when the price of rioo is high and falls whqn rico is oheap It is also evident that the great centers of commerce and industry have a greater proportion than country districts Mr Haito has endeavored to tabu lato tho causes of Japanesasuiqidos arid from Iho figures for four years vrbinh lib civea it iuucarsthntl1bct 15 I SEECI7rL ti S LE Dont miss this opportunity ofgetting the GREATEST r offered before V t We bavea lot of Gents Taaesa d Childrens ebbesJnav Sty of Styles and grades Some aresli1btlvsb op whin lint Rill bear aswell as peso goods TTTTT S wgith wtvp p i l l sell dinyou for about WH I I U 1 U I M i i a BA1RaAI Mfii Some of the best make s of Shoes are lcIuded in this Speotali Sale n L We are now receiving our SPRING STOCK art SHOES iij Latest Lasts and Toes for Gentlemen LJ tiesr and ChildrenL r We ate offering Great Bargains in Clothing pQij f spend a dollar until you have seen our stock lMqCHORD 5 ROBERTSON t half tho total number are duo to mental derangement about a quarter to general inverses of fortune and tho difficulty of making a live ing an eighth of the whole are attributed to physical suffering and tho remainder to love remorse shame bereavement domestic quar rels oto No attempt iis mndo in tho statis tics to distinguish between educated and uneducated persons who commit suicide It seems however that tho view of the educated Japanese is that ho hal n right to commit sui oido if ho thinks life lifo has boon a failure or that it has become an in tolerable burden tp himLondon Times A Father Authority In Prance A father in Franco has full and complete authority over his chil dren and demands strict forms ot respect In Franco a good son sub ordinates the important acts of hia Ufo to his fathers consent oven more than ho should in some oaso On tho other hand tho blind and tender desire that all parents with out exception have of keeping their children near thorn of not letting their sons wander about tho world or risk the patrimony of their an oestors Las brought about a mania for finding employment in govern ment offices in preference to embrao ing a liberal career Tho whole na lion has the sumo stay at home and exclusive tastes This permits for Signors to bring Franco all that is worst among them while it does pot send her eons to seek the great and good things 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