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News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 8, 1897. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1897 new1897040801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. News-leader (Springfield, Ky.): n. Thursday, April 8, 1897. News leader (Springfield, Ky.). E.L. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 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andilltrttrfous departejandjtt l 1dciarlinjg DemocratB as the hpnprcd agoM Grey Gables tthe vcherif jueiVifcp tradfe phiioophepf f 1uZtt n 8gY nt yi11e qgm ir e 1f t7 tIf Ml Qd ricIJaI rIo- eEre nt1lalt iiyli sEe1rasfr l YOUR ISTELDIQESCE Tourintolligencoi Is qjiealloned bt t1Q rtruggfptr vriOjtrlca tn fhflnence vouto it tmhnlo nJhhtgfot you wlicii1 TarIrrou UIIIthad only ln55o60oattdj pottles There Isitnthlng Just l3 goLt aa Dr Ijoirs5 rI1oT I tom AvoPthosb fltihstl nnTtcsWht ffcat tho bnUjWljRsrietcrbeen opcnctd tWI that n tlQ arat the pturo anti t I3Uj PQnv jr oOocji1UId TrppnIttbe t Ito l1sntf OIa McUicloQ G1II1p1nYri Jpiltadx Parjz- Paducab1C lis r 8 r Notices Stocir ecwtor z5antvantcil dr COliluCOlil i Two goodsfora1e App1yth t J011NWJ RIL- LYTs i t K WANTDtA5chap young ta1lIon t Yt 1r tf Spxm Itt If farmers Vrerd disposed t0 mako theTOpst jpf nirconifitances tbY jccr thInyThaye lt 1ntbefr ba tidfOPj1 t npdn theirt Jonas for iplotgnpa AV class of horses which wUlopeel the demands pf modern day methods t The fcprfaent lbl fn hprat brooding opratIon9J3Sohdatlyot6 ths aneral oxteraiInat1oiiofthocrnb4 f tPt 1 tDo not qiake tfie rolstjiko qt feeding T corn iq Brooding eves A ratloh of oril oncp ttdijr with oloverVhayand xorcise will be aI right4u1a atiori t is sliro fo bo Injurious toIlie arlcywttnlittlefsbe1ted t kejlIJ ibrieui which has been blrpd no matter n she cost yo the price or twdOr youmorelmoJ1eYthft sort nigh hredhogS 010 hardy pro liflo and bqtter feeders and with good o and care return a wpnderf profit j 5St ttB G FpxVsoW to Bird Lewis and Torn HarJi1of Atlanta ten head ofI tole1tol nesa fiprlo for SiO0aud for Van lfc Oullnnr harness5mare Jor 85r I aiivillo Advocate + v ffi t Il1qo condition of tho whent In Bcxlo ia ouy Jndfcstlcm of the otato ot tile crop throughout Kentucky thoi hWcn1thtQQbJ ni4apponstdth0 plant tho yIhUtW btu full average crop or twice productjOf l s yarDanvIhIo AVo ct 1drLS 111fIfI I WO I A Iancatoi cQrresDoude- ntflItesthaiiotlL 1sbeheg c1tflected on tbeLexIpslon rapik jo Garrari county This is a1 WahoJisvillo4Keetucy u Unu J I1dfstELnca oftn5rni1sfr- orn Lancas9Tki4 p1 have ben- ecoiimIdntdd trDtTtgnna 1 soften th tlt is almost impossible g et any on f to hoop tho gftteSf 55o afLy hiavedeemeiti aayb e ttp tbroar theWrtfad ooop afleas for tsenTfare are 1ey floaddiveging rtl this oaad5nbuojthcxz ai cl leeiingto1k OnBuclfeyo rQtl- dthdroare thircu K4c bPtW n bete and the Mison county i jro olonlY one them st k 1pPttoTnts e I t rr eention butt l eepr Ls 4ippcti3fi call frrnttoraiders 4 everyWght he Dearest pate rrto Lancaster on hjT Bucbeye it1lUmiIiednnd a m templpye dWtend- lt bQtFrdayiight ttidera lJhltake auyflQrtl1 doled tbegato add f5haye Lri ijt lUn r n m Tritt S- fi i ir htqF111dOqt t jFUlaboSle or common vater glaiS with uHno antI rot It stand twenty tour hours a sedlfcrohbleii woo frcoiont d pire urinate or pain in the back Is also conviiSdinV proof that t kidneys nod Lladaerar Utof ordor ItTlQPO There 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limb lie rtally i udt5 Imita his sixi1uinc a yeaistt Mill iandyrna wihthixeiSisfthunatebeeaiseIt- i i t home alLyct to i 6elfdpporting f lIr1inneyua icMq oldithe lOtii ti 7IgrChb5Sfirst Hbarriet at twenty ofagebut luring forr 7 lifeoiHa firtHift be wiraffront h6DQo4n tk6 Cpnderat anny lie was their lirmf i iSBichthpnd Va and enjisie l HMr i Rcmnond Guy 1lattauin Tkei fnhrriage however ltrojijhf3ltr 1I Linney siitcpn finc ha1tlyH then Of hese nine r4r 1 ing and jmarrjed Tfrv Liimy iW h widower not quite tweyeiiftei snphe 5 wic5ahjldfor knd all bat on o4 t arc alive TIi1urivin t the second set are 5kst fatSihealthy The olit t 9fhe U j6hildrjffti is JoltTfoar the ywii still a baby 1s M1 nwi fslilT 4a5unusually prohificaIkoukh hi 1 toree sisters at dfiye hroI1erii ol his brothers was the hi jSfaTfi r Jjjnnpy for some years Keiif ny T JStato Geologist ancls Hifst lieirwe man Anothit brotLcrwaith 1l 3iarshal Lifticy1eI Rca44v MrLinneyas countc entuck5y Iivr ji 1 mond va- for tweti 3 and then tioretl bailc to atiici For sometimoow lie folIoing liiaJra rIii1illIi1Sffrfccdot his hft aa4 ki den anti riper flitlianv 1iISi UfliciOflj3atrabiVe ts ta awnyjrftont firesitU P1iioInfcgL results of pI4maCIOflCQnnd the best rnodesit aplImsmSPciztn1Ied of in comnpmii1ii AtiJa iuapnritIa Inco thcitgh b4lfsi4 ury In exttonoe a a fuily ubrcnst ofttis age jnal k QytainPSmtbij1dIcssmakee on toc ptIsm ire1ypLd PnA ri hid of hair hsnift1uroIifottiQmippcaranceifyotitbTo rtum tht5s aiajinittat the oaer- Ay4aIlnirVIgorJa Ienfly prefer Jt IQ any otbar tk coisUlJT1 J thIngcu14 aathroprcora L O sf tfoYorjccftj OonfIdent tht ba eose +s4 a s i5 i4uasiaaI aa4 4ook ofji be Ak its nDrItsica9 iItfPuSatie i anyY rko sia besu 4lreaclv th moUii peSatiX ands otiiareaty issThe octoe eesldera1t his rIgtoea dat- ydutybik be W hmjiltyto donjite blgiMauIIbs 1Sba ry4 th4 ecosurn tlon to g5 Ms4ei41uydoabt- aid J lltni iiai A e lur IiberM0cS J t 1SNsp M i t War A yn te PVISON JR ro QJqDGE t j Cdtes n Ii 1i1 t1rf to tDOUPCO Ghfrlea y1tt ItT f1nt con y a candidate d of tho Elevrnth Jpdlcl111 iiErlctcwmt of tar1n WashlngtoD w ahd t tSUbjC t t- hoi i o J tic rty November i fJp el iOJmPERI r6fr UENT 1to1lte itthojlztd fo announce Orj It j rll8 mndhlatQ for Couriiy fia gflitoiMlpntfef putyte schools Wfiir tV3 i Kt n county subject to the ao t tlntt oflno Dom cratlc pcrty Saunders W u siithorfted to announce Icmlsc i irWjers as a candidate for thooffleo of rimjiiy Supcfinfendent of Common ehQ of Washington county subject r io the sripport ol ihtt voters of tho county J5jjb i 8 endrscmontof nIl political par s situation InWe Senatorial 2 tejJtat Fr nk rtbns dev l ij 4 yeryjittleini tEe way of t aiew eatircs during the past week Hunted is holding on like death ad it looks as if the g1Ji1 fi wav to get him off the track 4r ii for a caucus to withdraw him and nominate another candidate J st ought WHlbe very difficult thing to do Dr Hunter came nearer loan elec tion Tuesday thin he has done at any other time during tbe pres eal iessiop iAn unnecessary attempt to breakJ a quorum was not carefully managed and jusic Twfpf the tesulti was ancounced ii was discovered that a quorum Had voted and that Hunter had a r jugoYiiy of the votes cast A recapitulation and can of the i Absenteest brought out Ee lull 1 vote and otay fen two short v It looks more probable everv I V day that the Blacliburnites win 7vin their pomt and that is to prevent an election v WASHINGTON countys repfe tentative Mr W H ivlbrgau bas ill9 honqrbr being th au thor of the first bill that has passed bothJhouses of the Ken tucky LegishtUre The bill is intended toireventtle disuurb v ing of public speakers and tbe throwing of eggs and missiles Wv Tfae hill passed the House with it i only eight votes in bppositloo J Jtt passed the SenAte last week withau amendment striking put laFful subjects The bill as passed by the Senate makes it unlawful to interrupt public speakers on anv subject iJt tI vcame upjin th House Tuesday and was p ssed by a vote of 82 t tal tii iiTHE situation ln the flooded district on the lower jjississlppi i is most dislressSugXr003 Marion Ar rit to Greenville Miss there are now at least tiny towns and vilJoges underwater andcgreat suffeHng iis re ported from destitute families It is estimatedthat propetiy off from 50000 to 60000 people iiasvbsGjuaestrj by the floods A committee from Memphis has visited Washitoa for the pur fijl s ubmitenga statement conrerDmon toI 7 the President THE people of the Third DIs Irict of Kentucky who have three times elected Dr Hunter f present thtriiui jhe national rlouse of Eepresent tjiveg varQ Pc dtoreseiittli asjertiom lit is not ood eiJ g htb- ep tt8 S J Jn Iheflnll Wate Iv d 0 u t j Ot Wro q UYrl rifiQY iJI t jifor Iro t tt 1tf1t w lf tfDt lf t 6 1 l8iJ t t J u S1t if r f ii f thil 1 district at Lbinon on May 8th for tte purpose of nominating candidate for tfie offices of Cir cuit Judjsfe and Cdmmdnwealths Attorney We have not heardj ijdidIitesr ij j but have no doubt that before the convention mtets there Tyill S be several to offer for tbo offices t IT looks as if the free sifycr people are stickin together Carter Harrison the Altgcld silyerite candidate for Mayor of Gtticago completely routed Jhe opposition feceivinfir about as many votes as all the other can didatos combined Harlan tbe independent Republican candl late ran second IF Dr Hunter and Cupt Black burn bad to personally defiay the expense of the personal contest for tbe senator biP which they are conducting Frankfort the fight would havo been overat the end of the first or second founi3v Louisville Times THE Cuban warSeems to beN about over t s far as active figbt ingis concerned The latest is a rumor by way of Jacksonville CenfA n trying to beguile Gomez into meeting him for a conference WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAK the doieated candidatei for Pros idenfc called ai the White House the other day to pay his respects to President McKinley And the tI dispatches say that the two shook hands most cordially SENATOR BRQNSTON made a fiery speech at Frankfort de nouncing Hunter his supporters Republicans in general and of fered a resolution toadjonrn sine ldiE April 15th THERE are otly nine appli cants for the position of Suivey br of the Port at Louisville There is yet time to learfirotc the others 4 tfho Mount Lebanon Shakora have in Tented a great njany valuable Ihlnjr Thor tvero thoAfirjt tqi mako brooms bv machinery tho Ant ioTpntHp seeds ii little packages the flrst to uianufuolun cut nails Now they are out with method f curli Rd spopslq by resting tbostomacl Ticlr remedy Is known as the Shake Dlueatlvo Cordial It supplies foQd li 1an artificially dlgerte1form and at th Uamo time aids tho digestion of othe foods lu the stomach In other weird t COJ1US1an vlRor A single 10 cent bottle wJJlufl times glytf mnik l relief Get 9 botth from your druggist and try It Call ior Convention Notice is hereby given that we the undersigned as Ahp respectiyc chairmen of the Republicar County Committee in each of the counties of Washington Taylor Marion and Green comprising ttie Eleventh Circuit Court Ju toVcai District in this State df bereC v and for the Purpose o nomiD tlaq GcaD ldaie fer tb office of Circb 0 Cjnrt JudS8 and CommonweaUljs UorLqy to br Voted fpr at tbe ncx Sei4prfll election in November call J conI nffofy the Republicans o saia urfMIal District atLebanon ofMThrb3Ssaid flbalJbeonevbte of 1fractioneast by the voters of each county at the last Presidential elastlon for tbe Ropublican state electoral ticket to 1T WfTARTON Chairman Wash cl Com WAY E aOGAN Chairman TvpMpr Co Com a MAX JIO RDbBatawlrman MrH n Oom Flovers fbr Sale in fd i tall the Mention hi t Ia s fraefeJd to tbell tJ1at flth readiloftfer tor satolrom t ItIMa X j N J iif f t t JT 1 ii1J JIc fPDI 1iQ f 1i JtMitN tJ N C EMiEW It p l ft j1E wish to say to the good people of Washineton that we sre now receiving SPUING GOODS in the latest uprtodate styles Dry Goods Notions Ladies Furnishing ttqods and Millinery to offer lor OA pricesWesnow tbo latest fads in Custom made Clothing Shops Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods to exchange for a little cash It is useless to tell you that YOU can purchase goods cheaper at a cash store Common sense will guide you in that matter What we wnnt yon to do is to come and see the values that we are offering it will be to your own interest to do so We are not offering cheap trash or shoddy goods at low prices we have the best standard goods and price them down on cash basis Look to vourlnteresb We have argainst Y- UW t d We have the prettiest line of shirts ever shown in this town In Shoes we can show you the latest and best line that can be found anywhere J G MANSFIELD At this season of tho year nolda 111 oraJJy affect the lungs moro than at any other time Dr Dolls Pino Tar Honey will hreak a cold in less time than any known remedy and It strengthensand invigorates tho lubjcand lironchlal tubes Fort Hill Poultry YardBlack MInorcas best ecrgproduchie strain In the world iiggs 150 per 17 POYIITER1m Ky PUBLIC SALE As surviving partner of tbe irm of Marks Bros and as Ad ninistrator of G B Marks de eased I will on Saturday April 22 1897 vt oclock pm at the Spring4 leld Planing Mills in Springfield iy offer for sale to iho highest nd heal 6idder on a credit of ourmontnVwilh interdsfr from late a onehalf interest 1n all he planing mill machinery and umber on hand and also ono laIr interest in good twohorse vagdn the same being the prop rtyof the late firm of Marks Jros The purchaser wilt be equired to gire note or notes or the purchase money with ap oroved personal security V K MARKS Surviving Partner of MARKS BROS and Administrator of GR MARKS eitO CONSTRUCTION Cbrap Blloa Dont Pnjr Round Term Square Airtight Silos J S Woodward thoprogresslvo east orn farmer and stock grower writes ai follows to Prairie Farmer on the output of silos 1 havo no patienoo with thoso vlvlso the construction of cheap whoI It ia doubtless a fact that a silo may put up very cbnply even of 0I boar a and ke p lago fairly well for aIyear or two but in tho end it will round unsatiafijctoty In tho building beI a silo as in everything else what worth Whether doing at all is worth doing wolL 11I fKlunro1cpcndsbnJJ1 than anything else Tho round is tlJtOtCticmJy ptrfcot but pm i phocs mako a continentAl 4qgOft110COUtQ1ltJdi1fercnoo withWhilot itthoput insldo a building ncrlnllefthe space is wasted Then if is largo that a partition is needed itujpoarfble to put one in of sufficient ihv Iffth tft rn nrn f hn Itpressure without making it thick that much spaco is c1Ipass leak ont into tho su1ro nil along theI corners ond then tho carZPr mado by it siloIdarewent ahoixj I have boon in raflny roand eilos nnd seen as large a projatiou cf waste t VicllCOl onewith0byflrmlf n iMllWl firdt ilg the corn3n well pitohflYl conI tIu lt lIi1yftll OOcu ootJ oo aooit tho buiIdiJg ISOhltve 1U11My1U11 f j t oc1t it i c tlIfja1 i0 j ftml coii trmUN just as thlJc sitcan be spread orif the pitch cannot bo hud boil down tho tar to tfio like con sistency and while this coat is still soft put on another lining of tarred paper or felt nod over this put tho lining of narrow matched boards a half inch thicjc is us good as thicker and nail it Tery firmly On to the corners put an extra strip of tho paper coat it with the pitch or tar and into this nail n piooo cf 6 by 0 sawed diagonally na to make it fit leaving about a 0 inch face I would now advise painting the inmdo with two coats of fresh coal tar Put on tho first one and give it a week to dry when apply tho second nnd this should have at least a month to harden before filling the silo Wo shall now have a silo absolutely airtight and that is what ia wanted to hnvo tbo contents como out in tho most perfect condItion If them instructions bo minutely fol lowed And tho corn bo properly grown and put in I will warrant no failures but the utmost satisfaction Fall With tho prospect of feed being both a1mnd ut and chen tho wisdom of Ee curing an ample number of packages to put it into tfeems apparent nod it will therefore bo well to consider tho expediency of doing a good dent of breeding fo falj litf r As tho Iowa Homestead says No ono can foresee what the price of KcgswUlbc although wo may nil perhaps ossumo that it Will npt bo very high Still with cOrn probably ruling low IUd hogs Bympa thizingcwith the conditions which make all the products lwin price tis bet ter to sell tho corn by tho hundred after it is fed than by the bushel before If fall litters ore bred for it should bo done at once that tho pigs may got a goodstnrt before cold weather comes Tho conditions ore not such as to in duce the breedingof fall litters in the expectation of any phenomenal returns but tho chances oro that tho farmer who at husking time this year finds himself with a big lot of pigs coming on win bo in n good den better situa tion than ho who bos only a few Application of PertllUow Soluble and active and therefore costly fertilizers orG best applied in email doss at or near tho surface of tho groundand at short intervals while cheap insoluble and slowly acting ma nures may bo used in largo application nod deeply mixed in order to establish n moro permanent state of fertiltj Agnjn Profcwor Johnson BPJ l Wood ashes of cheap lisio should bo broad casted at tho rate of somo 000 pounds per nero yearly If rs is bccomtu com mon ciimaon clover or other legumo bo sown to gather nitrogen this dressing IIof limo ovd A liberal usoof potash salts probably bo essential to tha high est U rsuccess Vewm ndTfotea The Society For tho Promotion of Aficulturnl Science will meet at tbo IBt1 alo Wbiary building Aug 3122 froic isor Vi1Uam B Larenby Cblnm Ima 0 president fcofccsor Charles s 11tun1Lfqy ttJ1nd ltCt A WcdlflcaUoa nR8msI cnb tou dot YOi Dew tlID1ODD siety dODO got a motto Ups qQ wino ken Dobh qUar 80od dQ bono lb nfggabsIgwico do e co m Sco wino oDco hnhMiss Liiidy Dnt l1inh2 o dono got njioddor verso Do Ups flh gin WQ wont go ngin How fy poUJourvalJ fflclAl TTJtfcont na Oflae Tho quetra watermen are cfllQialaf an jolhcd A WHtexnian without bargo mnatboaonl thinglikoaniBdKor Tithnnt paper J3nt vve muai tot toi alw this djff reicii that vWJe ono ltfnen the ipjJnTfiifnco of tijo aatioa ar vronldfi rye TJiero are alto wE of thia iKlmlr ba body of doI For p rorniiuKilieirtn8k ad jju frutJy tlwy J aijIrJ oflboG frt rII 4II f l W1rV THE l TWICE 1 WE- EKCourierJournal I 81 A YEAH Ii sued VVednesday andSat urday Mornings Beginning January 11 1897tther Weekly CourierJournal was Chung edit tho TwiceaWeok Courier J urn h Public ton days a r cD AVcdnesuoy and Sitnrday The Wednesday paper will be devoted to news and pohcical topics The Saturday issue will be devoted to stories niiBcellany picture8poetry tca perfect family paper vf Each vilbbe six pngee or tT7elvrpage8 a vroek ah inoroose of two pages a eck 104 pages or 882 columns a year Ehe politics of tIle paper will not purqpemocracx y principles tvill bo continue snc cesslully in the future as in the past In spite of the expense in Volved in the improvements noted tho price of tie iffwicka Wook CourierJournal wnl emam the some 81 a year A feature during rho conjing ycnr will be tho editor tats of Mr Henry Watterson on 6dnyDallf Cpnritr onrbalf yrar J6 00 DaiirandiundayJ l year m 8 00 Rnnday none YcafLi 2 00 TWICEAWEEK Courier Journal AND THE Nws Leader BOTH ONE YEAR i VOR ONLY 8150 We have made a special club bing arrangement with the Twice a Week Courier Journal end Tvill send hat paper nnd ours for the price named to all our subscribers who vill renew and pay in advance or to nil new subscribers who will pay in advancer Sample copies of Courier Journal sent free on appli CKtion All subscriptions under tills offer mus be sent to lite NEWS LEADER SPE1K6FJKLD KY TO TKE ACOfU EN OKE DAY Take Laxative Brotno Quiniii TahlctH Ml druggists refund the money If it failpto cure 25o For Kilo by Ilnjdoii Robertson and Waters Browflc Fob 601110 A NEW nOOK KNITTING AND CROCHETING of 64 ppRes over 50 original design Illustrated beautiful laco patterns shawls hoods jackets etc haIl published by Tho Homo Milk St Boston Mass and will l o sent with a subscridtion to that paper Tho Homo la n 10pafio monthly filled with original atones literary and doIinestic topics nnd fsehions Its department of Fancy Work ia special fertnrcI now ami original designs each Issue The price of iubscription is 50 cents pr yearI and will include one of these booKx As a special inducement to trial subscribers a copy of this hook will ho given with a 6 month subscription The price of book is 25 conti but n 6 months sub scription nnd tho book mnblned will ho sent for 15 cents Their rnnn premium list for 7 will be sent free on n pHcn tion CASTORIA For Infants and Children lbfsImb 0- 1dpuuc nur c m Vhbiiovo a druggist willi jcttJiaBOT something just good for coosth colda grip etc as Dr Hell Pine Tor Honor ho Is thinking of bis profits out not ot your welfare W make tho gonmno- and Rutborlz nil drucgljti to guarantee lIt to bo the best on earth Tha K E Sntlierlaucl AIedieieCoJPadncahr Ky Lnzol fa tbo t mediplno for children Doctor recommend it ia pCaeo of Cattor Oil 1 MEN Ol WANTEDFAITHFUL llon in Ken tucky Salary 780 and expensra o aitlon permanent Reference Euclcae RClf adcires cd stamped envelope The National StvInBurance Uldg Chicago Novl Jt to PJfslcle broad mindedUr IDu IOU lcUw III ltoney nd- IlllYllfCbfnJt Itt Ust F l TnrJyru ftpb6r rMlk 1 The remool tllftr lra ttkltJ fstoron hro1f1sn ImJg e hfui s tllJs ktoUIJ tlrfne Jo 8410 Unydou It luIIrfCitl rWorkbicr Womens uvmo AS8 citttf0HJ I 21 Ioorla SL CKjuJ0 III I Jan 1690 Oar VorkJoa WonwnV Home ciKtJon uiM Folay Hnney and Tar yoara ago ftfft are uslnff it today It yn bwrl a Tttvorite fr Cvhile SOII ioHocflUU Ullpl4it8ant Ms tAD It hlle Ylt oIm VihUg yon nil JQlslble I IUltIJ ln eJclr yaJC Latin kIefttrgr r l bylitlYdtlQ n jt iL L 1 t a Jri i 1 i aa ISRR1NG QO 8l = 5 Lr t ilcW rtVri vl rscenin fQUr pJ1lgg o s erob ic- tt hg a great assortment iRESSGCO S PERCALES mJHFEib9QIs itDRESS TRIMMINGS Q q Dmf pUCKS GINGHASR- MBROIDERIES DIMI S1 ifr AOES f CORSETS GLOVES I AflD fJQ ITJYftt nP ENTS P SFlliGS i Includihgia large variety of Fancy Jrew an eg1igesllifh It Fancy and Plaliti Underwear Hoeierj and Suspendewif f r1L 0TH1NG t I t + We re now receiving a raoat elegant line olMcJi e oy fanb Childrenrclothinp in beUor BtyJes and low6ri- priceB4rtiah baTetieTer before lie sure you see our line before you buy clsewfiefel 1j SHOES v V Dont fail to see our lino offleJmer Bettmann tCoVfino sboefj i and Drew Selby Coa women and cfiilrens fine 8hoesfc There ar no lints in tbe market superior to thcseinffitratyle anU VeaV7 d v VVj CARPETS Etc 5Vv Wo are showing the greatest stock ofCarpels Bugs Lihofonnw Matting30ilclotb etc of any bouse in town Lace Curtafns und sh des in all prices Hundsomeat line ahown in this town aeo for vourselfl if iV WTL PAPERV i f Y Stopt ia and Hee oursock of 8000 rolls Wall Papier in atl theueTf C jombiDaiions We mvitoyour eepebial attention to jfbe now ricli color ings an red green blue alMVpurplto with borders and ceilings lor match Vr We thank you for past patronage aud most cor diaily solicit a good share of your patronage iftfs year I w F CW NG AMdSp NQ ll J J if BURTON UlkEA f H Jn1r BURTO L o1 ir ri 7 i I BEN HAYDOIf SB MAKAora I iiUndeftakGr and Funeral Directors v J J1I COFFINS CASKETS BURIAL n RUBES Hf 40F ALL kINDS Ul l tlThe services of an EXPERJENCEPEMIALMER a graduite Jim a school of eibaliningihaebeeh engaged iididi i JIi1 BtJRTONtcOJ fj HAO BtOQK SPRINGJIDiD Ky DJRiCTRO fl1CL TO 1 VhtcIv Saves you 4 PJJ ElRERItn Coaunissba Hou9 7Aa Whonatai Ths BJOSENBURCERs CO amiimm gw YOffi CITL f i1 TME NEViSLEADER J 11TIEf fI m ESLEADEREtYU1Dit t MOIlNLiI SPRIIfGFIELD KYi IOOPER1MPPAIDMADVANOI iIrrT3 iWILDER 1U IHfllal Operations Feiforma j TEETH EXTRACTED WIThOUT PAIN IiiT1lntThurstday OFJTICK Orar PoBtofue Main offico No I8Ji Fourth Ave LQulav1llo Ky t 4wIFiIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW OFJTICE wltH C O McCnonD 1 DRJ F RINEI411R1 ty c i OFFICETHOURS 12 to 2 p m 4S EVERYDAY V SPUIHGFJDBLD KY fJ t i jjJ M mmWS- SIDENY DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN twEUagan Block orer Man filf Sons ioro SPRINGFIELD KY t Cww L isi BrIdge Work i Specialty r f DR d H LAMPTON OFFICE iiPcnioorr C S3t1 VIo w= F GDnEvj T ES jItI SALOON SISSS I have opened a saloon on Main Street fdjoinicK the grocery of S M Karrick vjfaefB I will be pleased to have my friends and patrons call when needing any tbinin my line I wU keep I nothing but the very best brands the marktet LWill make t a specialty of the iF A YOU S IfELtOWSTGNB which has the reputation of being the finest 2 in the world Your patronage solicited and courtesy extended cR HATtION r THE LIVERYMAN j I Pirstclaas livery ioutfits New busgios and fast and safe horses k A I Jersey wagons and surreys for house of excursion parties or drummers Tha most convenient bitching arid feeding place in r town 0i MAIN St SPKINOPIELD KY rl t McKenrlaWbISkeY ihis cclobrated brand ofcfiitky k 3 p for sale at toy bar and tnrike a specialty ofit for family and for medicinal use tf 0 At THOMPSON Notice to Creditors All persons IjavinpciairasHiralnst tho csUtes ottP Kv arid A U Cooper Resigned will present same K properly Fr vcn to tho under 5Igued on orbelore March 20 18T- j W SIMMS Ji AaaijToco of 0 N and AH Ooopor I Notice to Creditors j All creditors of F S Hill are j i A11hereby notified f present their i claims against said F S HiUj IpropprlyPr0Yi fi as required by on 01 before thet laW boforO me 17tbdiyO April S97 at the J1 fV F Noikirkin Spring T JvlTALLY I q 9 il1 I fv1 4 Okee4 i 1 ncD10tf Jj i + Cf7I P r t = fi 1 W s o t 2 1rL6Q w oJPr 1JjJ ow MCELROY SHULTZt ARE OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH d WE HAVEA COMPLETE 3TOCK OF i JJ7A s1A eM6Y6T1s Genuine Brown Cultivators Genuine Brown Double Shovel Plows 4 Cheap Douole Shovel Plows Plow Handles r SingleTrees Double Trees JjHayrrRakes Jtt 4Hoes vvShcyels and Spades t v Wheelbarrows vi fCurry Combs i r Horse Brushes Barrel Churne andXCedar Churns oY 4 AY Warranted You can m the Tools and Builders Hardware T Q7 w KBOUT T0WN nit LAMPTOJT had the misfortune to lose a finfe jersey cow by death last Monday THE Mississippi flood situation has nb grown rand great destitution prevailsat Vicksburg Greenville and the smaller towns on the Mississippi and Arkansas shores THE bright days have brought out the foliage and flowers and the meadows look like velvet carpets Of green Gardening will begin in earnest with a few more warm days without rain DIED On Sunday April 4th Mr JohnPolin of this county The deceased was 87 yearsold and leaves a wife and several grown children His wife is 85 yearSoldI ATTENTION is called to the ad vertisement this week of W Y Poynter of GlasgowNKy who advertises eggs from the Black Menorcas the best eggproduc ing chicken in the world Now is the time to order THE vestibule annex to the Methodist Church is progressing rapidly to completion and the old building is assuming a modem appearance and will beaide cided improvement to the town when completeld SEVERAL houses in town are to be treated to a new coat ofJt 01move01 a pleasure to tho property own ers as well as adding to the neat appearance of the town LOSTOfl Thursday 1st on the streets of Springfield or on the road towards Bloom field a pocket book containing 421 The finder ofsame will receive reward by returning it to the NEWSLEADER ofiiee SUBSCRIBE for your home paper ior your family and if you are already a subscriber and have an absent son daughter sister brother parent or friendI send them the home paper You wiilbe surprisedto know how eagerly they will read the news from home The paper goes regularly and contains more news In one issue than is usually conveyed by letter writing in a year MR P LESLJIS an experienced photographer is preparing to open a photograph gallery qn the lot on Mainstr et above Dr Rays office Firstclass work guaranteed Open for business by middle of next week Cabinet size glossy work 2 per doz platino workJ3 per doz other sizes in proportion MRS JOHN OHARA who was a sirofthe late Mrs Margaret Boyle of this county diedfat her home in iEtjtffalb N Y on March Oth The Catholic Times Union a paper published at Buff falo contains a long account of tho life otthe most estimahleA 1 S TRY THEIR Razors and Scissors Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded FIVE lady who a3mSto have bean held in the highest esteem in the church and the community in which she lived MRS EATE WILLIAMS thej milliner will have her spring opening at her rooms over Gun ningham Duncans store onj next Saturday She has just jefj ceived ono of the prettiest lines of spring hats bonnets and trim mings ever brought to Spring field Everything new and ofii the very latest style and pattern Ladies are all invited to call on opening day and take la look at the displaytBARDSTOWN is beginning to talk baseball already W O Reed Charlie Noe and others of- theSpringfieldlnvinciblos should take warning and get together The Record says We under stand that a base ball club will be organized here for the season There are lots of good material herO and they should get toj gether and begin practice There are lots of admirers of the game here and they should lend encouragement to the boys If IIlfuaII they would reap ar benefit there from and if they will take thy matter into consideration they are bound to see it in that light p Let somegood man take hold of the matter and push it THE suit of the Rock Springs Distilling Company vs R Mon arch recently decided in the Court of Appeals was tried in the Daviess Circuit Court before = Chapeze Wathen special Judge In affirming the judgement Judge Hazelrigg of the Court of Apf peals paid Judge Wathen the most extraordinary compliment 1ofcase as that ot the Appellate Court stating that it was well drawn that it could not 80I improved upon It is very rare that the Court of Appeals has done this indeed but one in stance is known when an opin ion by Judge Brodihax of Logan county many years ago was incorporated in the records of the Court of Appeals ns the opinion of that court Mr Wathen stands very high not onlyat the bars at which he practices inthis section of the State but before the Court of Appeals as may be well surmised fromthis incident QwSnsboro Press Judge Wathen is a brother of Mrs Thos W Simms Jr of this place rThe Fiscal Court mst in regular session on last Tuesday all the Magistrates being present and Judge Thompson presiding The tax levy for the ensuing year was fixed as follows Pollj tar 150 tax on C 0 roilII road bonds 10 cents on the tax dn turnpIke bonds the same The tax levy fcr gcneral pur i i f J11ltJo 4i TKSK A4 AVt rAFull Line ot l Granite lheManufacturers- p Ware Direct from Donfo Pail to See it and S Get Prices BndkeyeandiMyers Force Tau and Spray Pumps 4 ROOFING GUTTERING AND PLUMBING g OUK SPECIALTY s Come and see us and we will Treat You Wight- p r 0 rStteal Ranges are fiTHE11JEST MADE t 4SSU iI Y VA1 sS7 Freeze Or earn Mirrutesaii Preezers Weltell Carpenters April FISCAL COUIlJj i poses was fixed at 80 cents on every 100 worth otproperiy and 25 cents was the amount levied for the support of the free turnpikes of the county Among otherbusiness to coma up before the court was the ques tion of collecting ck taxes from the two banks in the county un der the recent decision of the Court of Appeals to the effect that the banks may be heldliable or county and municipal taxes County Attorney I H Thurman stated the case to the magis trates and said that he wanted instructions from the Court on the subject and that in the absence of any instructions he l proceed to bring suit in j he name of the County against the banks for the amount ofI taxes He also stated that the question would probably be taken b the Supreme Court of the United States and that in case of a reversal of the judgement ofr the Kentucky Court the County would then haveto pay back totthe banks any amounts collected Mr John V7 Lewis also made a statement to the Court in which he advised the magistrates toL wait until the question was final lo settled and not to take any steps towards forcing the banks to pay now The Court finally passed an order instructing the County Attorney to wait the final decision of the Supreme Court before attempting to collect the JMrelected to the office of Pounty Treasurer to succeed W H Mc Elroy PERSONAL Mr alid Mrs Fred Hagan spent Monday in Lebanon Mias Lizzie Leaehman is visiting in Lebanon Mr Chas McQill spent Sunday obanon with friends Harry L Browne Was over fromc Lebanon Tuesday on business Capt J P Hayes of the Polin neighborhood was m town Tuesday Clark Oraycroft was out from Louisville last Saturday and Sunday IMesors Bator Smith and Wilson of Bardstowu were In town Tuesday Mrs John W Lewis and daughter Mary spent Friday flihd Saiur aymI Lebanon Messrs WK Robertson and Q L Haydon were In Loutavlllo yoster day on business Mr Will Reedhaa returned fromI Frankfort whero ho had been to BOOI tho Senatorial fight Misses Kate 8baunty and Pearl Connor spent Tuesday night horetho guests oi Mw Kato WllUnmsI Gardner Bros the fruit tree deal era of Doatavillo Nelson county wero here Monday with a supply of trees and plants They made a good many sales Mr 0 A Livingston formerly of Louisville has accepted a position aa assistant to agent Mudd in tho L N ome at this place Mr Livingston expects to move his family here asI soon as lie can get a house 91SMr Lawson arrived Thursday evening leading a bicycle and has since bee- nrnnytryLigtotne tin 4 tro4 ant t q In i r f ir rrdt 1 ttitii oTy a tow IMWM rixerved by coming in contact with the pike Howard McElrpy who has been in Kansas City for several months has returned home and will probably pro side over the register and look after tho comfort ot tbejy eats at Tathara Springs Hotel artrlbfay 1st He is now suffering with a severe attack of sore throat Roy J Alston Ramsey of Hick ory N 0 brotherInh wofMrs Lawson was visiting Rev Lawson anc ife the first of this week RpyKam sey was bore for the purpose of con ejdorlng a call from the Second Pres byterian Church of Lebanon and will spend several days at that place AT THEGHURGHES Thta column will be devoted to thc religious and cuarch Interests of onr towDIltd oommuuicatijnn nnd an nouncements from tbo pastors of tin Presqyterlan Baptist MethodIst and Catholic Churches dro solicited KOTJ C 0 Pugb will be or dained at the Baptist Church hereonthVlast Sunday in May Prof W J McGlothlin of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville will preach the sermon a The Ladies Cottage prayer meeting will be held at Kirs 0 R McElroys residence pn next run r ttcw e word text is Rejoice s There will be preacning by the pastor Rev 0 0 Puyrh at the Baptist Church bunday morning and cvenin at the usual hours Special music for Easter is being practiced bJ the Presby terian choir 0 Rev R E 0 Lawson has re turned from Louisville where he wentto bear Mbody While there ihe preached a series of sermon at the StewartRobinson Mern rial Church The Commercial stated that Mr Lawsons ser mona sermons wore considered by many to bd superior to Mr Moodys Mr Ln ison is an interesting speaker and maims many friends wherever he goes a The Ladies Cottage Prayer Mooting met at Mrs Jack W Thompsons Mouday afternoon The attendance was not so large asusual and it is to bd hoped that the interest will not wane We have so much need for prayer in the Springtime as in the winter for Satan is preparing ibe soil for a rich harvest while we permit the weed to grow in Gods gardeule A SlttwUon DAEIniJfowv performance purchasing a sent in n proscenium box The box was pretty well filled up when hoagot thoro Among the occupants of were a young woman nnd her escort The girl who was engrossed in tho perforinnnco did not notice the on to trance of tbo newcomer nor woo she awaro that her escort vbo bad ben sitting behind had nlovod over a few foot to mako room for tbo baSh Eel man After awhile one of tbe performers did something funny which aroused the girlsmirtb Ehod balf turned and laid bor hand on the C1masonllnethat funny she said r The bashful man blushed said nothing nnd tho lit tlo band rested on his knee bo hogan to grow tlttJ enay and then to perspire Ho didnt know what to do Finally be atmtompted to gontly remove the handwThe toper fingers closed over his big paw nud squeezed it lovingly Then i tboy placed the big hand back on itt owners knoo and patted it playfully Tbq little liaui rctec1 upon the Dig ano A r several minutes that t seemed ns many hours to tho bash t ful young man Suddenly tho girlu said Gracious you must bo warmbj turnodlJJand j and she npurly fronted was as ithoroughly confused as slit how over and a moment later he got up 1andUort fluriaisofThe body of Louis IX after hishdeath at Carthage in 1270 is related to havo been boiled in wino and wn tor in order to preserve it fur trans i- portatlon and it was then shipped by Charles of Anjou I to sicilybHero the flesh and visoera w posited in the BeriBdictinp ahbby of tondj of tho soldiers in tho camp Later his eon Philip le Hard having carried thorn and those of his broth or Tflstan into Italy they Wore brought to gnria in 1271 On March 3iof rthntyoar tho lanes reduced to ashes were lepositotl temporarily in lotra Dqmo vheuco they were presently borno ia state to the Beno diotino abbey lof St DoniP find at ptcfi spot hr the scar vihoro t- hejjjjjjj 1 f I1rl t OUR HOUSi t IS CROWDED WI- THBARGAINS k COarPXyedverriargandresLacesjmbroideries ChildredFineI Clothing Hats Shirts and Undei wear inthp ATEST THINGS PJposei f SLAUGRTE RING PRICES f 3pce willlnot permit tis to name prices hernntj ij our store will coccinca that we have the Large VStncfts hljiiE est Styles and Best Values ever shown in our little city WearV showing thoLatestStyles In Ladies Readym ads DressSkirts McGHORD s ROBERTSON 0 1 I k a 1 j I o kSk i fr Ji I tY il- I rtttt Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Name Very True but It Kills AT Pals Sold Everywhere Evory 3 BY Without Rallof Thoro j i No Pay 0 6 When Baby traa tide w8 gare bef Caswrta When the ma a CUH sly criod for Castorio When she became Mto abo chIns to Castorio Wbeu bo bad Children she gave them Cestcrla JBneklens Arnica Salve The test salvo In tbe world for Cut Bruises Sorcs ulcers Ulcers Salt I nmnFovcrBore8 Totter chapped hall Ceilblalns corns Iltad all kin cruptlo and poMltlroly cures Files or no pa required It fs guaranteed to give per rct8ltlBru lou or money refunded rico 5 cents per box atU don ct itob rtzons Drug Store earers paused sovon in unmoor hilip subsequently caused n cross o bo raised Charles of Anion dy ng at Foggia 1285 his heart was ent to Angers while his body was ntombed in San Gonnaro atNoples His viscera reqmined in the Duomo t Foggio Philip illo Hardi died pestilence nt Perplgnan Oct 5 1285 ills flesh was buried at Nor bonne lila bones voro trniisferrod St Denis Ills heart xyas given by Philip IV lo Bel to the Dpmin icons oe Paris Notes and Queries rran08 Compliment tho ZngllaXs Au EngJIahiaau though generally bick skinned does not take iu an iffozcnt way the rcvll ments ho reO ives from a xnajorpatt of tho lirencb ress An article in Maomillans Alagu ino entitled French rfnd Enalish ccixtplniniLof tbo treatment- In their loudly expressed loathing of he nnl novru country across till channel tbP7 forget their legitimate revenge and thay would pretend to told the Ger an to their breast na they long since his beer if by the pretense they could put another iusolt upon the loaffaed Island For thorn tho English cittu ia n verltablo bogya composito wonsUtf with tho maw of the ostrich tbe beak of ftila7kltheclavvHofa tiger ho manner of a clergyman and the canning of an ape Ibla tcrriflo crea tnro EJjya tho French journalist roams p and down the world impelled only y the lust of plunder and of blood but a happiest when ho ia rbbblug the oncs Frenchman of his due or ccjoJing ha mild mannered JJeUgan ou the Kongo into the forfeiture of his ivory Abovonll thshameless hybrid is sled the sun rover BCtaon his empire his oyo never oloacs in Bleep and ever from beneath his drooping lid ho rspica some rcioocasIon for rain and outrage To is impicna ingenuity no limit ia Bet He is capable of organizing tho menu factum dynptaite end of betraying ia owns plot that Franco may tremble for the safety of her our Not long a halfpenny print in search of eadilpcij announced the Jntuder of the Fnltan ant declared the Parisian Jour ala the falsehood was plainly invented by England that monster personified with tbo deliberate iutent to shako tho pence of Europe Where Are ho fleas Just got a letter from Mildred Shea enjoying the conutry so much She says very lay at sunrise 1 noigb eUl1jmornlugJRYj iGetixQvumyamtv4LnT wsiTWHITES mtm VLIiIfEFOR 20 YEARS hat led all Vorm Rem dtaui EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD EVERYWHERE Tfnfant zeuis- I 0 irProfH P jli Sfpft Is Getur CINet cMIegas 4 a era QIde Well Mud kfaf ifClQtiSh18 top part pfit spressaga PfH lJoe S f900 Pages xzoee BluatrtioM d6cription crwythin that1 b1Is4 inlifctfellayo what ycxt iIIePt trparjwhethfryoabnyofu or Oaepro2t romtnaktclQ Mr OMii MONTGOMERY WARD A CO t tfOri2laataraoftheMHOrferM 111116 Michigan AveL lIIfllI f TABLERS PILB 1 guOx EYE OINTMENT CURES NDTHliiSBlJT mIlA SURE and CERTAIN eUMff knownfortyoarsagtt BEST REMEDY far PILIt sotD flYALLvGIm rmU Tetter SaltKoouui and Ecsewa Tho intense Itching and rt inol dent to these diseases is instantly tllcy yjs4Skin Uisjchnmand hroni sore eyes 2G cIa per hoc Intjutcondition TOnic blood irariUtrand fmodicinepthorae3 cents p r package r 0IF rOGIt JtJCK ACtTJKg Ur cii worn out tteilfiIGCdIx i4l- aflhIrunen1 Jt j1Try1t 1ROYttwWcureyou xot ttte lrail dealers IprnedI ns I VJantedAnltlea = oIlAija tb4CtiW pdu sad or Jl wiaIid a rrsonaJFPnsn64paga moUrn rOfetenNlIJf to any person afllirtcd with any 1lJe9l 1 chronic or Xiohcatu dlaCftja poenilir 1ti their eex Address tho leading physlr plans aftd nnrcvons of tho United State Dr Hathaway A Co570 Dearborn tr fCblcaTire NwsLunii and alisoM totherpaperor magazmeti nfc tey 0 fdrabout tho price of oue spt Swen ttt r 1 sei lIee ssqsIIcbdt C rrk lissiiyj- stle jt 1ft injHvtns I rti kUUt u d 491 ItJl7 t rF irj i codvetIJ kthLbviZ1RU oarn4 11L b k tt4 2tf a 4 r jl k ji4 r d c iodoouo E IJLAtpriVV L EA6 N 4 r 1or lIllII IIifYO L Y t 4 e1 I abIcirpa1ionforAs ttffoodmdReuia dI3re1sef I sDistbnChecrfu1r- dIsLGontains neither V thMrphhie iiorfifte- ralrNAucorc LJ I iejf r thi3J- xtdtThmedy forConsilpa flSGwStomac1DIaIThoea- fans mvutsionsFcveri5h TKS and IOSS OF SLEEH FocSircsU Signature of I tiW t OUB l lrtbbtug List The best Magazinestn d Newspapers uhlishedin- v the country bff re lat re du ed rates to NEWS j DEADER subscriber 4 t = JL f 4a a special 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2 50 Hillard Dorias 4 00 Holliday Erastusi 2 00 Hi1ard Cashns 00 4651HumpbJey Uagan Ambrus I 00 do John 100 Hardesty S G 4 20 do Henry 50 Hardin WVH 1 50 HUD ate W B 1 00 Hardies tyDtirry 2 85 Hatchett Nicbolas 1 50 Hendron Jas Gi Hartnop Charlie 7 2 50 Head Frank 320 Hughes Olel I 00 Hardin Jas if 1 00 UecdrixAsherV 50 Hughes John Wv 1 Hardin Goley V so Hundley Wash col 4 25 Huston D H 300 Hughes Wtn 600 do do 75 Humphrey Coleman 75 Hughes J W 75 Hardesty Jas 2 00 Hughes Gruttdy 50 Hughes Albert 25 Hustqn Wm D 50- Hardesty Jas 50 Hughes Wesley 5 50IHughes Wm 50 501HiCkerson501 Hickerson Henry 50 Hiatt Lee 4 OP Hi skarson Dick 50 Hiatt John W 4 00 Hilton Abner 3 75 doHA375Uom- aoJno S 50 do LJM 250 Hale Walter 1 HordT J 180 Homan Joe S 2 00 HendrenWW 2 50 Homan C W 800 do do 800 Hatchett Wet 1 CONTINUEDV Fought for a Crust Without having had a morsel ol tor five days oDd almost famished and crazed with hunger Gerhardt Oeohsle Monday night fought with In lodger in the Cottage Grove avenue police station for the pos session ofa piece of bread8fl8 the Chicago Chronicle Desk Seigeant MoKinzie hop pcned tD innko his appearance in the ccllrooiQ at tho time and though ho tried his best he could not overpower the prisoner who hold on to the bread and literally forced it down his thioat Give filial man his bread back commanded the Sergeant Your supper will bo here in n few minutes and you will get all you wantt to eatVt HI cant help it replied thc prisoner1llnvoutealcna thinK 8th Tlura6yV TVhoat18iTItiston1het1 oven the police jilScjir hardened by experi ence to ttliof van f He hastened to the uojar kjcstauranUand r t m f G RtA Y Every mother boa B trying ordeal tofaco If she docs not tl T 1l get ready for it1 j tdllhi8L1LiChildbirth is fullJ of uncertainties ifl Ntituro fa not given proper ossietanca Mother9s FredtimeIIs the best help you can usa at this It to a liniment and when regularly applied cevcral months before baby cpmeo it makes the advent easy cnrinearly painI Issa It rehovco and prevents morning feiqlmoss relaxes the overstrained mus des relieves the distended feeling short ens labor makes recoery rapid and certain without any dangerous aftereffects Mothers Friend is good for only oneI purpose viz to relieve motherhood oil dangerondpainV St ilnllar per bottlo at nil rtrnc torw or ecnt 1tlnn i 1 PLEiSURSYlLlE POULTRY YARDS White P Reeks and Lt Brahmns Pn of W P Rocks females scor iH to Ov hxi ded y fitst prIzo ccckerel at Louisville Bbf w scor W First pie pun Light IUa mas Shelhyrilla Stiowscoro headed ty first prize cOckerolscore W3 Stock fort r sale EKjrsSlffJpor IV710t J R MOORS PleasurotiUe KyI OUR FRUIT TREES Grapevines etc never were irora thrifty smoother or better branched Why send awny from horns for your onhanls when nefgbborsIfttf Nelson County Chickens and EggS Pure Plymouth Rocs for sale Egas 25 cents per setting of 15 MRS H MI1 OJJAN rNEWr Tlniccciireek Etlilion 18 laprt3 a Week Papers a Year A paperos usefull to you as a great daily for only one dollar nIyear Better lien ever All News of All tho WorM All the eerJAIbodmonopolies Brilliant illustrations Stories by great authors in every number Splendid reading for omeu and other special depart ments of unusual interert Itstands firdt among wetklyI papers in siz frequency bf pubh cation and frcsbacs variety and reliability of contents It is practi caly a d111nt the low price oj ni neekly and its vast list of sub subscribers extending to every state and territory of the Unior and foreign countries willvouch for the accuracy and fairness of its news columns Wo offi thisr uncqualed newspaper and The NEWSLEADER together one year for The regular s 81GiIthe two paper is S200 in1 tew minutes returned with i tray loaded with a anopcr It waf a sight worth watching tho wav Occhdlo marie tho meal disappear lie did not stop to masticate the food but devoured it wit the ferci ousness of nn animalV Oechele broke into jail to get something to eat He is a stalwart young man 26 years of age and a roofer lie has been out of work several months and said he was not able to beg enough food to keep him from starving Since Thurs day he declared not a crust of bread passed his lips Ho wan dered the streets during tho day and slept in hallways att uighttired worn aral hungry He resolved to get food Monday He broke into the house ol Fred Veneble 2219 W abash oven leMnd stole a broken bicycle ubieh hUll not boon used for five years Then he walked down the sheet nnd waited for nil officer Detectives Culhane and OConnoll saw him and he told them at once ihut he hud stolen to get food The police doubted the prisoners story until he hud boon taken downstairs and bad fought fr the loaf of bread o lodger was rnllns lliut they were convincedfof the triiihprhis state wheel1ec1nrdou1JVaVVpro5eculoQchstr t7 VTVOCR 5ffV JLTTATOIV VIOVOIV1OU1V COUNTRY GETLVEAW1r- I1a BEST OF TIlEVV AGItItULTaftAi1 tEElLLEN- 1DBOTHD Farm Oopo sntl I rocessc- oUortlcultare A FroK Orowlnff 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