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T 1 v I I IIcTRE NEW LEADER et1I I aary 184 a combiriattoifcoc L I artdBftom Ooanty Leader M64 94 t I jriltif News tS9O 4 j ir 1 L + eSerIesuVo1V J No 9 SPRINjMElB j WASHINGTON KENTIJCKt MARCH 3 1898 42rLLr 81400 i i 1UdteWthst ileW AdMItt It Q5eI hrIiIIet MY dIet w4 44 IPOWDER 4 M4IIIYPW f eoru wjcua eo OUR SPUINQFIELp county seat of Waih Ingtot County 52 mIles southwest of Lex ington 59 miles from Louisville on Bards 1 town branch of Lonlsvilla and Nashville 1raLlroadIn a farmfng and agricultural dis 1 1trlct Two banks telegraph and telephone line express offico flour zulUs lumber- yardSr Vopalatum 1100 population of ounty 1SOO J SprcscnUlire In ConpnM Hon D II Bftjfth Clorerport Kv Representative in Kentucky Legislature HainShehan 0 Bcpresentalive ia Utato Senate lou U CMcChord Springfield Ky I tcUNTY DIRECTORY Circuit Court OI1OUITCOURT beghui oa the fourth lion dy In February Hay andOctotyr CEVattenon Judge W B Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney I J PMCjtmpbellClerlr f Jt T Slounr Masw r ConiraUjiloner l QUAlnaLY COURT Qaarlerly Court la held ow the third Mon t day in JanuaryiAprll iy anti Octoberz B L Lltsey i z OOUNTYCOURT Court roods Dn the fourth MonCanty 4 ar in each month B It Utsoy Jcdjfo i W F Hooker Cnanty Glert lT S Xfayes courtv Attorneys JR Smith Jailer n B Pornll herW tr WRThurman tt 8hlney OtburD Dopttlc3 5Byron Croake Ed Msates fej T P OBryani Assewor r l J R iVard AoputJrir iv A II ClmpbdllCountT ttasprei i j i 8PijILDPiRCTQI j1V q Sjtro n Ur1 t1ra1iaif 1r WO KJ ltv ornevJ fith t IthlIt2ooulrr JUtiieii rlJuly and October CUURCHDIR2CTORY r t C 11 J h BAPTIST CHURCH flee C Q Pujjh rs tbr Bbrtioes evel1I V 9Jily allt e m ind fip m bnndaj Ic Bchedjatr830Pr Meeting on Wed 1trb1ibht730pm I1ETHoDIs1 CnURCH tny up Atkinson astjr Services on l4 the TtMt arid TliirJ SiUndaj s lii each Mnth JnttlaniandSpm t tJt 4JL r PRftSBYTERIAJJ fSHORCH- RerREO La eonP lorSeiTlcesevcry Sunday at 11 a mao4 p mi Pn yjr Meet Ijf TeryThnrwiay night z CATHOMC CUURCH RtrF FHenuejy Pastor Servicenovery t Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a II Berncej at St Rose same hour t 1a1tTERN1 ORDERS tqncSpriogflcMiodgeNp 50 aiacta ccond Monday In each racntnq WashiagtonRO nhapter Nc27 acets every third 3iond v Springfled Coumil No 62 meets every fourta ioaday wi SKIOUTI or HoKo Meeta every second 1 nnd fourth Monday In each month ifcxionrserTiiBl 4CAHiRs Meets every flrabWedncaday of fcachmonth l EaricNTI1v1E TABLE irriial and topirtflfflOl Trains 3 2 fS PM xMirM 045 1340Ar Hpringfield 5 00 t 20 683 12 Valley Hill ill 83 r023 12 03BoOker 5471 47 t6 54Croakes5 Ml5S c Vt 6032131rrI 540 U 15Bardstovn 023163 580 1050azareth650302-S 27 10 BSarnuetr 641834 6 10 25DeatavilloS 453 50 618 1010 Cane Spring0 05 5 03 3000Hobbs 659415 00 9 52Clezirmont7 I 80 I 9 J BardstownJunct 10500 4 40ShephrdvIIIe 20 442iftitiors724 23South Park 7 427 8 20 South Louisville 7501 S5 410 8 OOLVLoufsiiUcAr 05 010- rMj 4M Stsi PM Personal 4PSFFnxz64p3e mciltcal roferenco l ook to any person attlipted with any epoch J5 phfonlo or delicate d5sctwo pocallur to their tex Address the leading pbysi titans and surgeons of the United States 1 Pr Hathaway t Co 70 Dearborn street CbleV ft i5 TO CURE ACOIU IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Broino Quinln Talilets All druggists refund the money if it fallp to cure 25c For by Ilnydon feiloDortson andWnterait BrovrK LL-your child pUny peeked and puny Does It l ava convdiBlons If4ij It has w6rmv biles Cream Yermiruao i the only safe euro jjvery loUld ia jrurtrantcod to bring worms 23c Sold M Jjf Haydn A Robertson w w 2v T i flff NEWSW4IWR f s = Odds and Ends of Gossip Datts Away 1nt lOleflat Possum tau i Hes sholy gwtno to ketch that scamp sometime widout falluDe Eosaura Jayin mighty tow he1 scared to move erboutCBekose he knows ole Tige an me is gwine to smoke Mm out tHit Mister Possum aint yo nice an1 fat An yo dont think we know whryouse roostin1 atrdDctpossumswlnglq de urn He done forgit de moon is bright an shore tor tell on him He lubs to think hisself secure an safe from ebery harm gut taint goina ter be so long Tore well make hit warmoAn so yer better look opt wese sholy after youtFerPosanm chops Is mighty good wid n sweet pertster stew l AU Mister Possum aint yo nlceanc fat liAnflroostinHarrodabnrg Democrat I WATER WORKS AGAINThe I works question for Springfield is about to be sprung agaiiuand is a different shape fronvany previous proposition It seems ihat an outsider offers to sfep in aijd do what the citi eus of the town declined to undertake provided he is allowed I the privilige of doing it Mr J H Humbolt of Louisville who is sara toreiresentrespons ible parties was here One dayo last week and in a conference itthe board of town trustees t Said that he would guarantee to put in a a good system of water works for the town and would t urnhlli the town and citizens generally with a satisfactory water service at reasonable rates prpvided he could obtain the ex AhisNe privilege of franchise d fronjicthp town for putting in and op rat ng Sucna plant Acting xa this the board of Trustees advertises in an ordinance pub fished in this issue that it wilt i ipn the 14th of March next offer 1 bldderlrl h IIQ twenty years of laying water mains and putting in a watej works system in the town of r Springfield The person secur ing the franchise will be requiro ed to guarantee a certain reason Orblerate for the useof the water t by private cons mersand byithe town for fire protection These are details which will all be i aranged later and offering for sale the Iranchise is only the first s pNearly all agree that a good water works system hnsl become a crying need for the town and if some good man will come along and offer to put in one without calling on the towns or the people for any money there can certainly be no object ion to the proposition- CHARM The dear girls ANEyr have so proudly sported their rabbits foot talisman will be grieved to learn that they are no longer the proper charm to wear says a writer in the Har rodsburg Democrat They have been superseded by a newer if not a daintier fancy pnd the girl who would be strictly in it must now wear a turkeys foot mounted jn gold Or silver Just what luck there is in a turkeys foot remains a mystery to us who are not versed in magic lore but ccu1t1power1a bIer which has been stolen by a straighthaired darkey at mid night when the moon is new Everybody who knows anything about it tall knows that the only rabbits loot that can really charm is the left hind foot of a graveyardrabbit killed at twelve oclock at the full 0 the moOn It seems to me that the average man will find it hard to repress a shudder on first viewing one of these charmed but by no means charming turkeys feet chateIlaine favor u long skinny turkeys shank can find in the eyes of dainty maidenhood is a problem auIsolvable as who hit Billy Patterson 10q31II lucky number thirteen it is nowll in order for one of them to close up some twQ to combine all nite in aneffort to induce anther one to start or some heroic remedy taken There are just thirteen fullfledged groceries in town and notwithstanding the supposod illluck attached to the number they all appear to bef oing welL A good indication hat the people of the town and t county are prosperous is the fact that so many groceries shoulll exist and do well It is true as some might say that people must eat whether they prosper r not but we all know that g are times when folks dp of 1ecessityluxuries The Sprhigfi6jd gro ones are good ones too and Oes hoping they nay pit l Curlsh Childron and aiiIis tortured by burns scalds injuries etzeina or skin diseases rcay secure inntnnt relief by using Do Wilts Witch Hazel Snlvo It tho urcat pile remedy Waters t Browne TWO GOOB STORIES COULDNT LOSE Tins Doa Did you over hear cf a dog traveling from Mississippi to Kentucky asked a gentleman 1romwithout a humancompani6nt Wll I beard ColI Tee Car penter tell of a wonderful hound f his He says that some years ago he sold a hound to a gentle man of Corinth Miss The dog br6ke away frpm tbe xpr simon 1i on the Louisvole and Nhshville rainwhon in Northern Missis sippi and was not heard of for- tsome time The Mississippi gen tleman wrote to Carpenter andi asked what was the reason the penterIIfounapUt of the express car while the train was running at full speed About six weeks atterward the bound showed up at Carpenters house in Lincoln county Head come home alone bcing guided by that peculiar instinct with which dumb animals are gifted He had traveled fully 500 miles The dig was never f any value thereafter as he was completely prostrated by the trip He looked like a skeleton when he got back to Kentucky and could never afterward run fast enough to keep up with Cart penter6 other lot bounds A Goon SNAKE STORY Our folks out hero iin knob creek set tlement are stirred up over thef questionr Do snakes charm birds If any 01 vour corre pondeut cjin tell us the facts abDUl It it will help us When walking one warm day along a woodland path I heard Ufitriitio cry from a little bird I stopped and SAW just before me in Jhe path u saraiige sight A llrge rattlesnake was lying in the road and the liulo bird waS hopping from sde to side of the path not moro han a foot from the snaKes bead The reptiles eyes glowed like fire and ttsI tongun darted out add iu without Ceasing Tha poor birdat every hop drew a little nearer to the dery eye of its 10f and At every movement uttered its cry of distress I stepped softly back and found stout pole and prepored for ttle At my approach the threw himself into coil and sprung his shrill rttle it makes ma shudder yet to think llt As I struck the snake ia powerful blow the Iiltle bird sprang up into aooverhinMms tree and poured out ipuch notes qf1joy as said plainly Tm saved Im saved I tell you this because I studied bird language a good while ago When the snake was killed I pronounced this short and em phatic oration Your fierce eyswillneverIure another little bird to death tt 5Will some philosopher explain this power of fascination Alas for the unfortunate birds are not the only guileless creatures that hive felt its fatal spell The old serpent is not dead yell Danville Advocate Brooklyn X Y flee 19 osssELy llrosI hare spetllbytt Crcain flat a ne nliorof years and find It workH Hko a cjiurpi It Tjiis cured inoof- itlio most obstlnato ciisn uf cbTd in itW head In less than 43 nours limo tho ttmd I felt the cold coming on I would nQtf bo without Respectfully yours Hurt St Frertk Fries ream Balm is kop by all drugcUtn ja mull 1ltELY BROS 50 Warren Stt N Y City WITH OfJ L w Notices stock seed or Krahwatitc l or t for oalo or exchange Inserted uthli col won ruse or FarniarsNm re guested to send In stock or crop Iwras foJ publication KSeedand milch cowa for sale WiH Yto c t LaatAuguat Ulna men clubbcdio ether and bought thq hog Kleverd Model for 51000 and from August 897 tho date of the purcbaseto Jan f 15 1893 ho had made fOr his owners 810000 having served in that time 100 thus pnyiug for himself and I leaving a profit of 1900 to his credit ttAs spring approaches the usual pra parations for tho coming tobacco crop i arc apparent Some plant beds have already been prepare liut the grdundt has been so wet that not a great deal has been dou along that fine The indications are that the crop in tola county will be much larger than that of last year tt I It is computed that Joseph Loiters t 15090tOOO bushels of wheat occupy cubic feet of space It is enough to fill 22500 freightears and he total weight of tbo grain is 900 000000 pounds It would hiako bread t enough to last 500000 people six f mouths 4ttThe knobs pbrtion of lower Bullltt forIpeaches pended annually more money and la bar in their production than any other crop It may bo safely approximated hat under tho present conditlpns t with a full peach crop this year tho inllrket1JVOIihoupnd in may be the outcome of the peach jj wo confidently depend onIcrop may too apple crop in thus the last yearf be off fo the Cdistlpposuccession Lebanon Junction Tri buno tttaFrank ilcGarveYi of IIarr9d8burg of sold 32 road and saddle horsos within thepast ten days at an average of OOl Twelve of them were bought by Branlgau Hudson of Indianapolis and tbo others by Hinklo nd Connor of ardstown It t The present indications are that at entucky farmers will grow a full crop of tobaoco this year aald Mr It A T5ieasrltbutrll fQrllees moner blohI was about 65 percoht of an average yield The roasoo for this is that the 07 crop baa boon almostcloan upti already and thoi buyers whl call for tho now crop and be ready to pay nI good price for It The average price paid per hundred pounds for the 97 bcropbrought about 014 while the lugs brought about 6 to 61 I see reason why tho farmor should ycbjcf for the I crop liev pdivanjn iwntor of tho English BuplUt Chunihal Mincruvilip lawlien with riieuutatlsin VHyuflerlbg advisedt t to try Cliainbarlulnn Inln Balm liebsays A few apiilintUona of thin Unltiuon provod of throat wrvleq to mo Itlsubdued the InflainnuiUon and roHoVed thoiMln Should any Hiiirrei profit by Klving 1uiii Balih otrial i will please tne iorsulu by Uuydon Uubertseii Do lIuml Justice t Injustice should not be dDne to the hirtd men on the farm as u class because certain of them are immoral thieves or murdereis We all know hired trfeu who are right in every respect men whom p few years hae acquired a IarmIIt of their own and are today monp themost respected citizens Or- non who socially intellectually i atd morally are the equals off their employers and are recoR pizedas such But the ease with which A hired man of bad iopul esIIII can do untold mischief in farm borne fcas been emphasized by numerous bitter experiences i The recbntmurderoJ awholett family on a M iabusetts farm t is a case lotpolnt Tiio drfficulty lies partly ID the farmers eager ness tD employ help tlt at wfl work for low wages partly Ins the belief that he cant afford to pay good sages and partly In the scarcity of good help at any price while irresponsible rind cheap help is usually availablel The problem is u vital one and the American AgriouHurist in vites full and fairi discussion oft Letushnr frt m botfi sides fr9ihthe hired man as well as from jijis employer J or family IndjOor or household help is also puziling problem American lturi Iliavo been aflllctwl with rhoninatU n for fourteen yonri anti nothing s mOOI Ipjfiho liny relief ri was nble toM around aH tho tlinolbnt constantly uiiftforljjff I had tried everything I emtUI Chnllblrlimmediately rellavod and In a short tlnJo wnjicurra Jam iuqspy to say tlllttI Itlfausnot Klnco Kl1rOilo4 Missouri colonelhas explaic ed through the Republic how igadt4s are manufactured to WIIt lbe Urst place vely ILfe5 tobacbo is used in the man afacfure of eaiJ cigarettes Most of the material is burdock and plantain leaves which tej picked by the farmebs iu Vcr mont and elsewhere in the East These leaves are dried anLthcn they are soaked in a prep at lon of Paris green and carbohi acidl for severall days Thentt they are placed in llurge kettles over a big furnace arid toiled for seVeral hours so that the poison can be thouphly diffused Antold pistol and bOwI knife arefthrown into each kettle while the boiling process is going on and the whole mess ts stirred up constantly bya man who asj committedtwo murders and has been suspected of arson and in dntlcicleSAfter being boiled for several hujir the mess is taken out and dried in coffins in which ODceI imposed bodies of dead neffroes Wbsn thOnghly dried the leavesI are ground up in an old chopping oy where several boss hadI their fingers cut off then nIl ia ready to be manjfacturedinlo Cigarettes Dont throw aw y but failwl gar ntH Iluipcmlmr with one hours work and no rhu s Ifyftit ffoPutnainf Fade Iwu riycs joii run UJRko lh m now attain Soul by Waters tt Browno FFER OK MlAXCHISfc FOR sAte In pursbant to the directions of fin ordinance this xjay regularly made nd enterod by the Boad of Trustees f the tovn of Springfield wo the un derBignexl committee therein named will offer for Bale at public outcry to the highest and best Bidder the franchise roBlntalnlpglIt franchise or privfloge will b offered thd timo place and as sot out fml rcndslasfollowsi 11offollows V SECTION That the franchise rivi1egeTOf z operating a system building of maintaining water works nc111 the town of Sprlpirflold ky or ont thereto for twenty years adJa11 tlngton the streets and alleys of said town I e offered for salo to the highest and host bidder for cash in hand at the lOouvt House door in Bald tOwn ov Springfield Ky on the 14th day of March 1698 at 2 oolouk p 10ISoc 2 That the highest and bestI bidder therefor shall submit through the committee hereinafter appointed II to this Board at a meeting thereof ehold on theSQth day of March J893 tbe plan in detail uppq which said bidder proposes to build and maintain said system and the charges not ex ceedlngwhich said bidder lia willing bind himself to furnish water to toII town and the citizens thereof forv together with the time terms and oondftlons upon whtch sid town may acquire ownership of the whole of said system should Its desire Sue 3 That beforo offering said franchise or privilege as aforesafd the committee borelnafterappolntoa8bau1 advertisa the timo and place thereof by publication in not loss than one issue ot each of the ppersnoptib lished In said town and by prfntedno IoospOted upln at lleast live places in said town for not less that ten days next preceding tho day ouwmch said franchise or privilege is to be offered for sale and said committee shall mako this ordinance a part of said publication and nqties Sue 4 That 0 J Haydon and J R Noe bo and they are hereby appointed and constituted tho committee here inbofdro referred to and said commit too is directed promptly and in detail to carry ont nH tho provisions of this ordinance f Sue 6 Tne Boardof Trustees re serve tbe rightvto rejectatiy and ail bids that may be made or offered for aid franchiseor privilegO kiiB ch phmBTS H RThompsoniOJerk BTX CornJFebruary 23 18C8 s u iiAA rllflot News v i1 tf oJ3 I a r k Speciall to the IfeffsLEADEB FRANKFORT KY Feb 2611 The W shingtob county Repro IbelI dreds of good Democrats who oppose the revolutionary mean will applaud him Astorru of proiels against the passage of the billl has suddenly cdnao pouring in here und I never saw the people wrought up mOre over a public meas ore Some of the oldest l and most conservative leaders to the party have come to lank 11bwhich proposes to putthe states entirtMnachinerp in the hands of a commission of three men froDI whose decrees there can be no appeal It iis not regarded us a Democratic measure because it would bring fresh discord ami Dewt ptureI have made special efforts to interviewtbe leaders from all parts of the state who have been here and can sav wiihI iuth to the readers offNEWR LBAIJER that the opposition to hisbilis most mountainous and it nlansthat tbe passage of his bill wI1jb only a now lever or prizing apart two large wings of the Democratic party Out organization cannot afford any projecting whichwill hring further inharmonious infections and it nos been hoped for that reason that Mr GoebelkbUl would be sidetracked and wfill enough let alone The bill passed the House Saturday by a vote of 57 to 42 after taking up almost all of tho time of the House in its consideration It goes to the Governor who will take the full time limit of ten days in which to veto and it will then comeback to the Senate where it will have a regular G nil coot pass to venture through Senator Brbn sips friends saythe gentleman from Fayette will speak lOt a week if it becomes necessary to defeat the bill So it will be seen that this proposed reform bill is not yet out of tne woods The bill has been passed giv ing the Dispatch the Associated Press franchise which some conservative Democrats think was an unjustifiable measure because owners of tbe Associated Press frrnchises had paid large ly for the news privilege and t to have some protection Iou The newspaper men of Ken tucky are trying to work to getherin concert to secure soms sort oMeglslation and it is much needed protecting publications froui the Omujpresent libel suit briuger and to compel the filing of hctions in the cpuqty in which the alleged libelous publication has been made thus preventing the publishers1 from sending deeDdingtlg to belioped the remedial legislation will be enacted for 50 other profession iu the cbuLtry is so much imposed upon as news papordom The only bilL thus far signed by the Grovernor is theTracy jorItate Ciifoa It looks like the bill putting up the lieeusoa on cfg areltes would become a law The bill for regoialmg thesule of leaf tobacco is hanging tire but will probably pass The Broil Mon prison bill will know its fate this week The bills amending the slate Came IUw have nearly all been Killod or will be before the tom ends The nUmbror applicants for plues on the Bronston prison cqmmisson continues to increase I saw a list last night and It em braced the names of sixtyfour I think I can name one member vIm is sure of a pace if thqbillljj is not blndered and that Capt Moore of Bourbon county vas brought to the front by recent bellicose discussion 61 the editor of tbe Loxtngt Herald in which tbe OIlJl suggested That hoias ready meet the writer of certain torials Jhth Huraldon the fi aiD1 outionortowipeI out alleged ults v llthtoDghthecolDmnf l CrBADHB reach the farmers anel etfeor buyer vv afiswr itrtstil trtr COUNTY DIRECToRY The political pot can hardly contain itself so rapidly does it nd1AJmnstevery tieldJr ally to do battl for a nOmina- tion of some character The llatest to announce is Mr Hick man of McLean county a Populist leader for Congress He will ofcourse have to defeat Henry Alien qf Union county who is regarded usa certain tip The Bronston boom fpr Governor is ready for JannchiD and it will be aloud noisetnalcer if it is not punctured by the aas iperately unpopular machine bill for the reformation of elec tions which is tbe specul pet and hobby ot the Kenton ounty Senator The local option bill which has been an omnipresent menace to the lovers of frumenti has ben passed and If it is not side haun1tbej waking while they cfwtflf in this vaje Qf tearsrbls bill5 will aiake dry a number of counties Which are now enjoying the im paling privileges whish are as sured only in localities where the saloon Jawisi force But it is claimed thehlll will be held up and mayrjejpigdonholpdlill it no longer has yjtahty sufficient to withstand the deadly pull of the opposition One of the sensational episodes xrt the past week was the spirit GtHverbal setto between Senator Bro ton and young Mirgan ChinnNf the House who by the way is abip of Ibe old block and as aKWSBivaia wellfed rattler Thejpatpame up over the Chinn nchdottiodbill which Bronston has been opposing sternly Chinh on Friday made some cutting romaibouti the Fayette un1ysn a o Saturday the nettled re presebja live of the bluegrass took occa sion to peel the epidermis of the young legislator from Mercer These are about the only real reportedincredit of the members and this particular exchange of courte sies wilt hardly result in any further hostilities The Chine tfntiirust bill which the Mercer county law makei has nourished with all the ten dernessa mother cou 11 have bestowed upon a growing plant has been killed by the more COP sel vative bili of Senator Bron stoh wbfch it is Claimed will not pile up increased expenseon the people of the state in expendi tures fornew text books for local andcounty schools Tbe Cbiun bill was safely on its way to final passage when Bronston picked it out as a special target for bis telling darts and behold it lies shattered and past the bounds of possible passage through the shrewd machinations of the gec tleman from FaTelte iR- epresentative Saswell of Brockenridge tred mighty hard last weIr to kill the Bronston prison torn mission bill in the Houseby correcting the journal relating to the record pf the bills pf psnge but the youp man fought a losing fight Tnfe ma jority saw to it that Mr Haswell and his co paptuer Mr Meyers of Greeoup were promptlv squelched when they arose lor the purpose of dealing theBroq Iiton bill a jew verbal jabs and sledge hammer upper cuts Body klow were not permitted and the majority sat on Mr Haswell with a yinii He iis aggressive however and was up alJdnLmit- 1 aln when another opportunity offered A Clrver frlek It ccrtniiilv looks like it biititliprn Is 1njl klllIn1snienn ho van cut o himself rlpht sway by taking Electric Bitters This incdl olno tones up the wJiolo Bygtein acts nk HHttmtilnht to tbo liter And kidneys Is d blood pnrJUof and ncaVe tonic It cures constipatIon hcnJncbo fainting spoil slpoplesflfiosa and inolnnclioly It dliplireJy vegetable amlld laxative and stores tlm svatoin to rtatural vigor TryKloctrlj JiltUirs and bo convinced 4h ij Ihby nro a mlraclp wnrl of Every lwttlOBUttrnnttffld Oplyi50oa bottle at llnydoo t Hoberiso1 iti 1 J 5TA1 NEWS r atchm4nSutAShlandFlreBriCk om nY rorks was murdered last weeb bavekiBedIA mster oas Uoglish Woman supposed to be a newspaper wo maO calledau Gen CassibsM Clay Saturday anflwas shown about White Hall by the Gen erat The negro John Wij1mf vhd was convicted of bcr hry at countyjaillion There is a regular epidemic of black measles in Clinton Whole families bats been bedridden and the disease is steadily spreading Win Osborne charged wrtfi the murder of Toe Messer was cleared the jury reiprLtng a verl dict of not guilty at Harlan The defense proved that MessqrS Dad previous W the killint awecf and threatened to Trill OfibornsJi and the evidence made it necessary for the jury to consider tW case but 8 few Tcinlites Citizens of Middlesborqr bdvev asked Go7 Bradley to tak some action toward stopping the spread of smallpox Ip that town The State Board of HeaUkhas been notified Among those whcl Ilost tbeir lives in the destraction of the Battleship Maine inliavaria har bor wa3 John Marshall colored a Dative of Harroisbure HfeC f parents moved ftorn there tcf Henderson about twelve years ago the boy going withtbemV and afterward eolftting inthdV navy at Cincinnati The legislature adjourned froth Saturday till Wednesday Hon Morgan Cit inn who came hornet t to spend the recess tells us that be believes the Goebel election c bill will pass In speakirguf the McOhord raUradbi11 he said that the exorbitant freight rates botweenBurgi6andEarroasbutgii had ranch to dowith its passae This bili allowsthe commission ers to fix freight rates Harf r dsburg Democrat Iris said that there is to prob ability of the bill appropriating S300000 foi the erection cf anev state house being passed oreveav set Ionsl considered by either house ot the General Assembly It is the same old chestnut but we had hoped that the recent falling of the ceilingln the HousaSof Representatives would have proved effectualthirqugh par sonal motives even though Jill appeals to state pride fiave been In vain It VilI sureWcOme some day bnt delay is dangerous and it may be this lesson will JtlearLed at a terriole cost of life and property V7 The tircHteM Discovery let W M Iteplas tdttor Tihihva Iltf Thlpfj Y8UWe Vodt keophout without DnKlnga Xetr Discovery consumption coughs and cqld84 Ex Pfrlmentod with many otbors buneyer got this true remedy ti lit we used Tin Khig4H Nen Dlscovdry Notqther rem qdy can tako Its place In our homo aimin a It we have a certain and sure cnrefor coughs colds whopping cough etc Icois lIdle to experiment with uxlier rem tdiesoveti if they ate vtgtidon you us jnst agqodas 11r41Cingew Dlicprr eryThey Are not nsgcod bccntiso thla remedy has a record ot cures mid be aldpa is eyarnntce i It never fails la satisfy Trial bottles froe at Huydon Robertson Persist Dt- Coughs JJ- A Jts- g1t li nrfclcfi seeffli to SutAf onlitspltcofaUtlzrcmckwhkEyo4 energetic and sensible treatment For twentyfive years that staM ard preparation of c6dUver oil SCOTTSS JL EMULSION 1 has roredits effectireneK la 4d trig the trying aifecHofit tl thcin thrbat and king aad tik ktW reasoa why t the cedIhrtr oiV pw tially digested strenfthcna and i 0 5it1Lzu the whok xys AV taDJ tlc kypopfcoiykltu tiAFmtSasameiuaii1k4 1 trEtt iJlA atkIk1Ew Jati tiW cat1 sail fo IttSCOtTS 1N W sM SM are oa the wiSpr 5e Ml fIM iii draNM JQSTT JtoYiNI aIIeI tIWY t t t I p p w yII Iii IL THE flEWSLEADER fl f E L DAVISON JR1 o THUBSDA MABOH 3 1898 WHILE Ihern are no 11977 or etisation l developments in re gardlo the threatened hostilities between this countrv and Spain growing out ol the destruction of jjhe Maine the situation isgrow I jog more serious The court f v inquiry sent to investigate tht f j cause of the explosion which wrecked the oattleship has a vet made to report the nvesti gtitlon npt yet having been com pleted Enough has hen learned however to alrrost confirm the belief that the Maino was blown up by a submarine mine or tor p doand that the thing was done by design and by the Span1 I I jards The people of this coun1 r Hry aro justly aroused over tho outrage and war tak is heard on all sides The government is It 4war quixetly by making strengthening preparations t tr orl and war departments z1nd I opmeots are anxiouslw watched In the opinion olsome who havelE studied the situation iiP is j ered almost certain tLat war withI i unless tSpain inuit follow country makes prompt and suff- icientreparatum for the trouble bbb has wrought ttCt t Gbv BRADLEY has vetced theltt CMoOhord railroad bill giving tits 1f 1niessa1J supporters of the bill have hopes of passing the bill over the veto lint ItiS considered doubtfyl if lir the rush of business toward theiend of the sesson iit can be buccessfully carried through I The jlale Market t l The Bt Louis Live Stock Reporter says With coLton selling around four cents a pound it isI hard for the mole market to Tnointain a respectable bSisi This is the principal drawback with trade just now Southern Meiers find it difficult to sell t mules tobe planters at anythug liko respectible prices because the latter are obtaining suchI i small prices for their productions and it makes trade mean all i alongl the line The margin ofC 1 prqhts is so snail that it is exI tremely hard for the southern t r peopleto place them down south 4ri1t a profit bard for dealers toj purchase them in a nay that willI realize satisfactory results and consequently hard for country buyers to purchase from the farm ers at figujes that will admitof a reasonable if any remuneration for their effort This may bp discouraging to the farmer rah 4 tJepricebCcity markets have given up the r I uoiIionlytho left t to the mule and southern farmers are now dying mares to work and raise their own colts St Louis Cincinnati Louisville and s many other large cities that formerly used mule now use draf horses to give more weight in the collar for heavier loads 4 Chicago had big mule tfards but Iherejhasf not been a car load of mules at Chicagp for years 810000 for One Cent t pays to read new pnp rsi yet there are some who are too stingy to buy them and only read them whea they can borrow them either with without the consent of those t who purchase them Thomas Hayes says a Stt Louis telegram to the New York woild is ready to wcafthat it paid hun lie pur chnsctl a copy of the St Louis Post i ispacn for one cent and by read id ltjie isMohortoday byS10t00 than he was alittlo while ngoT- Udycs ifa a railradmn of Dallas arex Ye i7ngq ho loft his home 1nil Uroklyn Mo Tot1 a while he kept up comn itiiition with bitS mother by letter Then ho coased writing und for years his friend Lad supposed hewns dead Ntlong ago Hnycsbousht a Post Dis patch for a cent In it he read jtnat his mother had died leaving 810000 in St Louis property tojbim ifnliveifnttot o tqcr Mne- jncn A day orfwo ago H yes arrived Jiero llclaimed the properly Ito established liw identity and soon us the cstato can be settled heI 4vilIgot his 10000 = S J fl ettoraj j romptLy nfMroS the cough ctoB pt 1 tickling in the throat and in- lbet f J j i t a refreshing sleep L 6SIl PrICe i THEY SKIPPED Did tHe Prisoners From the Confines of the County T Jail iIS THEY WBRK MARION cOuNr- YOF1EDIt v Ii prisoners all of whom ere proaght Here from Lebanon for sate keeping while UIP jill at that place was unddi going repair broke out of jiii here Tuesday night and made goad their escape They were Alfonso Saop murderer Thom ts bapp accessory to murderer Alfred Gray rapist Simon Sinders house breaker Joe Sdodrs house breaker John HSanders house breaker The men made their escape by cutting tbrongi two ilojrs aid the roof of the jjtiE and climbing ofIhadIaD4Iupper room FromthtreIthrough the ceiling to the garret tbroughItheduo and climbed ub througb the hole thus loft Prom the roof it was an easy matter to cliuib down a tree which grows near the back wall of the jjiil and- re the ground rjacrowbar and a ropa made of blankets was found on the roof The men bad evidently prepared the rope to beused in lowering themselves train the roof but the friendly untlecii l rope into use Four other prisoners were in the jjail who were in on minor chargtjsthat refused to go John HardID8 negro who is confined sags hat all of tho men hadre volvers The weapops and the crowbar must have oeen passed in to them through a window by some accomplieeop the outsida It is suppjsed the delivery oc curred at some time between midnight and daylight Up to the hour of going to press no trace has beer discovered of the fugjtives They are all desper ate men and their capture will doubtless prove difficult mutter ZJaw4 ThIN We offer Ono Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that loan nptbe cured by flails Catarrh Cure R J CHENJSY A CO Props Koledo O Wo the uiidoralijnoJ have known R J Chonoy for thoftst 15 years mid be Have him perfectly honorable in all but Iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Wtwt t Trunx Whole lIlolru tt Toledo O Wulding Kinnnn t Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O HaW Gatnrrh Guru Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood anti mucous snrftioes of the Myxteui Price 75c per beltluT Kold by alt druggists Testimonials free Halls Fatuity rills are the let COUKT CONVENES The regular term of Circuit Court convened here Monday last Judge Patterson presiding The first day was taken up in JUfgEiPalterlQu8 grand jury were unusually clear and concise The following gentlemen com pose the grand jury Robt IClmentsforernanGabe Keight icy Coleman R Cheetharn Mil ten M Swoeney John F Hagan S 0 McGill C H Hiokersou A O Anderson James P Wit latt G A bojoney Pli Moth Tbos N Bowles Fallowing is the petit jury John T Bookman T W McLaughlin R L Arnold George Lawrence Samuel Nally Robt E McJlvoy Cues D Miller E G Mcfhlire Samuel Anderson John H Browne Abe Canary Samuel Dprsey Joseph 11 Johnson C L Brady A B Wells Garry Shewmaker E E Walt deld Miles Osborne W G jSimms T R Uegley Merritt tGonjate W E llall A C Rim iball William Jeffries The criminal docket is nott- large one theo bring no felony cases of consequence Several snail cases will be tried among which were the folio wing Joseph Castile charged with shooting on the public highway found not guilty Butlerl Welsh a young man from the northern part of the county was convicted of the offense of furnishing liquor to minors and assessed a tine of 850 and cosjs Albert William was tried for selling liquor with out Iicenfl3 but was not con victed Triah Shewiriakor wjs fined 50 and oos s committing a breach of tho po co Bottled llpW- hethet in the form of pill powder or Hqnid the doctors prescription for blood diseases is always the same mercuryor potash These drugs bottle up the poison and dry it up in the system but they aln dry up the marrow in the bone nt the same time ticityoHqetaintsing pains of rheumatism The form bends the bones ache whilegradually and helplessness prema turely take possession of the bodyand it is but a short step toa pair of crutches Then comes filling of tile hair andxlecay oftbe bosa con dition truly horrible Contagious Bloo- dPoisbutlie cnrse of mankind is the most horrible Qf all diseases and has al ways bafffed the doctors Their pot ash and mercury poisonbut forth again attack ing some delicate organ frequently andFwith eating tbemI onlyknovni disease Itis guaranteed purely veseI table and one thousand dollars reward is offered for proof to the contrary It never fails to cure Contagious Blood RbeUmatlSmjCancer take 1 remedy vbicb willnot injure you Beware oJ mercury dont do violence to your system Dont get bottled up Our book sent free to any address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga UillurtlH Snow Lhtlnisnt is the most pouotraiins liivfmcnt In tl1ewosld It euros pain ami Inilatnmatlon of all kinds quicker than any other Hntrtvn remedy Price SOu Every bottle jguor dntced Uaydon it Robertson I00RESVILi Front Our llcgular Correspondent Born Feb 2do the wife of George Jseen a 12lb pir Tjo sale ol H D Stil s was largely attended everything brought Tair priies BHAr iDld of Boston wastheauclion eer The sale of J N Bodice was well attended and everything sold well Wm Speais was the auctioneer Mr Jonn 13 bteveuson had a jgrnbbing last Saturday There were 45 men and boys took part At night the youngsters had a nice social until half past eleven when they dispersed nil having enjoyed themselves immensely Mr Will Payne and wife vis itid Mr Jesse Manns al Valley Hill Sunday Corn is selling t35c a bushel John A Bublet pur trapper is having good luck catching game Miss Lalio Pile of Louisville iis visiting relatives here She will stay several weeks Stveral of our neighbors tended church at Gimp Gr und Sunday Mr Zich Wiseboartrcf Lebanon Junction is visiting in our noighborhood Mr Will Houghton ofSpencer Bounty is visiting friends here The atigelof death visited the dome of Mr and Mrs Guy Rev nolds and took aiav their infant child They have the sympathy of the entire community Mr George Gribbins and son were here last week prospecting for a location ivfr Joe Connor shipped a car of wheat from BboVor Saturday He paid9c per bushel for it Mr Lee Coblet hac returned to Illinois accompanied by Mr Peter Barlow We iisfr Peter success in his western home To ton nnipHvcK- AH an honest remedy Folovs Houoy and Taj dooR no hold out fHlno hopes in advanced but truthfully Malms tOKlve ramf rt and relief in the very wnnttuRHeH unit in the curly ata cs to etTecfb cure IJaydon ICobertson lOYIryi0417 5J So mostwonderfal gentlyandciraiBlnir the entire toynt in dispel ioliln Csmi hcadnclic fcrnr ImblUml rlIlGUpft lon andillloiisnos PJJso buy and irs n box Of C C c Uvil iiy 25 Hold and guantntood to euro by iiWcellts Uorullcu Cuds on to BLrioiig irritation of tno throat and may end In a racking rasping cough qUlckJyIand smooth It Is un infallible rein guy orI1JU1J a dpi Swnna tozh light wriUng and repietcntn tit hom y SvndSItEMJUrOtiruadwnyewi There is no remedy oquul fo Horblne for tho cure of constipation sick head ache indigestion vertigo loss of nipin ory uncertain uppetlto uo restful alccp orbkln perfeetdiupnolntyoii llaydon it Robertson IALittle Kniine Ia stubborn cold or a doopsoatcd couuh mn ltd cured for good with Dr Itallfe iutaar Honey TiVs rcuicdv tukoi In time will faniOUj UMigroMof con Inpt n bring lue color bCk to the ims4414ae UtW isllli t 1iIsCURES CONBTIPAT1ONk STUTTERING CURED REV G W RANDOLPH MarketneverfaUsthemtnlkingveryrequire longer time The wife of the hotel proprietor also Mrs Randolph pay special attentIon to the wants of lady pmtlontL The Capital Hotel js the youseJfp1case andGodcome in person to see him 174t MAPLE lULL From Ourl Eular Correspondent rigsbyofSpencer with his parents Mr and Mrs Wrn Grigsby Mrs Minor Parish is very ill at this writing Miss Gr ce Williamson has returned horne after a pleasant visit at Moaresville Mr and Mrs Vm Grigsby were in Chaplin Saturday on business Wo are sorry to stale that Mrs Redman Grigsby is on the hick list Mr Escue antI Miss Kate Ed wards spent Sunday witb Misses Lizzie and May Grigsby JenuhebeatIarn is on IMIss list MrsLulie Weakley of Moores yule spent Sunday with her parents Mr Obe Cheainam Jlnd wife There arbnhrea little UiInKhlch do moro work than than uuy other three llttiu thin us created they are the ont tho bee an J DoWitfM Clttle Early lUwrs the Inst bong famous little pills for Htomach and liver troubles Waters Rrowno POLIN From Our Regular Correspondent Born on the 27th inst tithe wife of Ivan Crow a boy 7 Rumor says we are ID have another wedding soon r Mrs Minor Parish is qute4sick with typhoid Jever We are glad to say Misses Maggie Reynolds and Matti Case are improving nicely at this writing Dock Duncan of Early Times visited this place last week He will go to Peoria 111 in a few weeks where he will make his future homo Mr iR T Bishop has caught 42 polecats minks and possoms 1 jaybird and 1 crow since De comber Who can beat thai Mss Mattie Uamic visiled in Taylursvilie last week Misses Rilla Russell andAman da Vanarsdall spent a pleasant eVi ning with Misses I elia and Nannie Vanfleet Sunday The Misses Leigh spent Sun day with their cousins Misses Minnie and Lucy Royalty Mrs Maud Bishop spent soy oral days last week with her parents near Taylorsville Mr Willie Elardesty and wife and little Kihel spent Sunday at Mr Weakleys Thickioiis ArWelt Saive best salve In tho world for Cvttt ITJICt ores lconl Ulcers Baft line Fover sores Ttittur happed liarcH CollblaiiiKfoniH and all kilt eruptions and positively ouresj llva or no pay required It in guaranteed give per fact nallafaetlon or lunacy refunded Price 25 cents per box at ilavdon A RoD ertsoDI41rut Stozo MACKVILLE From Our Rlular Jurrespondcnt Misses Pearl Clark anl Lizzie Baker after spending a few days with relatives in Harrods burg have returned home Mrs Dr Demaree and son Cleo are visiting her parents Mr aqd Mrs Trent atAntioch Mr Robert Bowles has gone to Pincetoni hid to engage in business Miss Nettle Yates who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Demaree for several weeks has retui ned home Mrs Harrison Crotch who has been quite sick for the past week is reported somo bettor On lastThursday at tho home of the bride Mr Oscar STreeney and Miss Mecia Matherly were united in marriage by R VW Yancey in the presencd of a afge circle of relatives and friends Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple repaired to the home of Mr John D Sweeney where a bountiful supper was served Little Celta the fiveyear old daughter of Lee Riley was badly scalded Monday by turning over a keilebf boiling water Rev Penn failed to fiji his regular appointment at Junction bity orr accountof sickness Mf Dick Bricket and wife aret veiling relatives in Lebanon a last cSnlarday evening a y of jjglaiies and get ueuien met at the home of Miss Lily Warren nerr town A very pleusant lute was spent by all present WILLISBURG From Our JCouiilar Correspondent Spring is upon us and the farmers are very buy turning the sod clearing tobacco land aLd making general preparations for the years worJr Mr Ed Pyles who ha been in the West for the last ten years returned a few weeks ago and has located ct WUJUbarg We gladly welcome Mr Pyles and family among up John Honad bought a farm of Daniel Conley for four hundred dollars Misses Lizze Haysand Dora Crouch and Mr John Hays were the guest of friends at Coruish villa last week Jerome Lynch and family of Texas visited relatives here list week Elder J A Simms filled his regular appointment here Sun day Mr Emerson Barlow and wife of Mooresville attended church here Sunday last Dr W W Hyatt is in Louisi yule tthis week Surely the day is not far dis tant when the youngster who takes his bottle and revolver and starts out to have a good time will seek a more congenial place than Willisburg church The people of this community are lawabiding citizens and will not tolerate the violation of the law to tho extent that religious worshiprnust be disturbed Bit was a short time ago No speedy application of thin law will follow each off nie AS in the case of the past wees Aftor years of untold miflerlnc from piles n V iursoll of Knilnem illiPa was cured by using a single box of Ju AVltts Witch Hazel rJalve Skin ills CiisoV such us eczema rash pmiplos and oII4t1 ate sorts are readily car d bv this famous rcmoily Uatur it nrowhe fENWIGMi From Our Special CorrcH oridcut We regret having lost out of our accustomed place last week but tho NEWSLEADER ciaft t the front with its sparkling newsy columns just the sama to dependent of the caprice of any individual Thesudden and unpleasant changes in the weather have caused some sickness in our c im munity Mrs Sallie A Fenwick the aged and respected relict ol ThoY Fenwick deceased is dangerously ill from pneumonia at the residence of M D Mont gomery The children of Joe R Smith are convalescent and Mrs S B Logsdon is reported out of itn mediato danger Mr L A Lilsey and T R Gregory prominent tradors from tho North of the county were guests of W T Logston Sunday and Monday to attend county and Circuit Court Tho young pole were given a vo y delightful soiial on Sat urday evening last at tho residence of WP Fowler Numerous attraciive gam as and plays were enjoyed and will b rn membered by the many persons presont putIlieWe hayo not the accurate figur s of the door receipts but thu lie erality of our people is proverb ial Miss Solly Barker is visiting friends at Lebanon this week Mrs M D Montgomery ac companied by Master Scolt and Miss Myrtla vere visiting rela tives at Texas last weEk Mr Kent itfally returned from a busines visit to Jefferson county last Saturday 0 C Champion a veteran soldier who died near here last week was one of the most re markable oases on the pensIon records of the United States He had not spoken a word for over 80 years and medical ex ports sent by the Government pronounced his case the most singular and unique of any onI the pension records He was buried by the Grand Army with imposing military ceremonies at ii themnrlnerandIbQatPineTarhoneyCOliNquonceastops the cough and cures the reuse for23eariwaJ for hut everything failed I tr4 Dr flails llneTarltoney This nomld7 saved my J n ROSEL ODubuc IlL DR BELLS PineTarHone toralltrouble tncladloc Mltuna Orippewhooping ADUntmu tt ftrel Iffnseir rUwtk I- yAAWA Sf Rose a became a vacant soldier and respected citizen i our republic The old proverb that Dam Nature can neither bo surpass ed or superc ded is to lose its force We have a man in our county making building store granite marble etc much cheaper than it can be dug from the earth a company has been organized and work will open at once It seems it is onlyftrc production of the lost Roman art buried under the cinderf and ashesof submerged Pompeii from which thousands of yards have been recently bxhumetl io as good condition as when the ircihcers mixed the cement and moulded it two thousand years ago y Tho rcqulromnnts ofn medicine is to lighten luehunlon of pain and cure This brings to tbo question of a rem edy and Tableru llnckHye Pile OInt- ment is the only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles tlntis eC4 doraod by physicians Cures tho most obstinato cases 60c Haydon A Robertson Foloys Honey and Tar CongnMed- ii cfne Is nnquustlonably tho best remedy for tho throat and lungs Pleasant to take and In guanmtecd- IlaydonA Rooortflcn LETTER LIST Lstof letters remaining un called for in the Springfield Ky P0t office for the month ending Feb 28 1898 Mr Fount Ash Mr Frank Amann Miss Jose Booker Miss Anna Bourds Mrs Frank Clements Mrs Owen Cantey Mrs Jim Corbate I Mrs W C Carrico v Mr Kirk Oheatham u Mr William Churchill Mr F X Dowllng 3 N Miss Leutbey Dosor fMissH ct H Mudd v Jo Hi don a Raymond Mujd Mits Nara Slutter Mr James Style Mr Jorjn Henry Smithioohu H Wbeatley When calling for ttbuse letters please say Advertised- W A WATERSP M Teot Tlrt4 Frellne overcomes us wbnn Inferior prepara Iou are recommended by unscrnpu bite doaitra II just an good ns Foley Motley and Tar Cough Syrup wh ii wo know the unequaled merits of thin great medicine ITovdon S RoberUon Whoopini cough Is the mo3t distress Ing malady but its duration can bocut short by tint use of Quo Minute Cough Cure which Isnlso tho best known rem cdi forcoup and thi lung null bronchial ttonblcs raters t Biowhe NEWS LEADEn 1 00 a year CASTORSA IFor Infants and Chil- drenFarmers ftebo 111 1 lIutUlt tr1 mnc Meeting A D McNAlE pansvilleNvY Will give afree lecture to farmer on the Fertilization of the Soil J Illustrated with stereopti f cm pictures of farm crops with and without fertilizers at tho Courthouse on Monday March 7r730PHL A book on fertilizers will be given to each lamer Wash Goods land Embroideriesi f f i Wet are now showing a new anil coin S plete line of Waslv Goods and Embroider t 7 lesin 1 5 PeIculcs GinghaiCNaiokslOrgandies v Nainsooks Swiss ififFine Linens Matc1A SjIR Etc This llselectedat1de f1ci them ifveriWeJobs of severalllots among them is t 15 small size Frock Suits size 3435 and 30 worth from1rto 18 willgive you choice bt thorn for fa i i2 One lot of Pants Wrth from t3to i6 choice 2 One lot qf Hats worth from 2 to 3 choice 35c 4Como and sea these goods if you can use them tbey arebar gains and should not be missed VVe are offering special inducementsin Shoes Ware4over i stocked and they must go therefore the cut Come in and see U8 and get the benefit of these low prices We are selling Calicos black and brown C tt Iis Shirt Jngs 4 Ciin ns etc cheaper than they were ever sold iinSthis town We still offer special inducements to cash buyers VV t tijt We thank our patrons and the public for their liberaJ patonage ofteLpast ahJ solicit a continuance of same promising you the lowest prices and the best service NdlNGUNNNGHAM U I v 1i r J N BUflTON BEN LAYDON n II k rJmJr BURTON ra0H lt PEN HAYDON Six 3fAoin irvDnieriakers s and Funeral Director f l R CASKETS BURIAL ill RUBES tOF ALL JC1NDS M VULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day v iCorijight H The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBALMER a f H graduate from a school of embalming hae been engage 1 iiHAGAN BLOCK Jmj r JPflCF1ELb KyIj Ii f JtPAY Y VA 4VAi7 1Yv srG IVJ5 fgrarr1cfg fgayears and WashuIu 3 f a part of N ell 5 12UddV son and Marion counties I beg 1eav l ii15thel havebeen using the OId Reliable Buggy for years l moLardGraves 04 BrengleJas s OR1 Oheatham 4Thee E Vil Bon Mrs Nannie Scott Shem BIshOp l2Mrs I FArnpldt LytJeKayes Chits T Logsdon 1 f J S Yankoy t t w tfI Main Street Glow Thompson i Hotel I V A A I KARRICK ITHE KLOSEKUTTER FOR KAH Xv = 3 jN= = Thee Blickensdentenr I Typewriter iI DURHBLE PORTABLE IN ZINCIBLE PRICE S3500t Fully Guaranteed Hon can it bo done Slmnllcityin con elon h to the TV anhoneststrictly scientific principles and of the highest grade material and tI SomedLatljctivRteatureschangeable Type doing awaywithribbon nuisance unvarying alignment enexcelled marilfoldrng etc U1gbeiJAwardr SSTSeni for Catalogue and Testimonials 1 r UIOpRE BROSfv jGENERALAGENTS A l5 7BALDIMOngtJr j- t v f w w cvV 1 1 p l H NWIgAR t THE NEWSLEADER Yt UI15I1 EVIllY fiLTRDAT MOflNIa r SPRINGFIELD kI- OOJYIAIlIPAIDNADVANQ 1 rF Epcal or Bustnes Notices tid conta per I Ita fur thIS first ftsr 1 n ani 5 cents for I JaohBubC t in UODIBfloUalonTcnndl Jntes and political matter 10 cotitper line JobiWor ts dona aidow rates but cash UuVtb8ptll oa diilrcTy of Koodi Advcrtlsloe coulrits made on Uboral- erro jr Obltpsirifc and rwflntlons of respect 3 purthif o t i4ioiuffcagttatei f 2JiO I 560 9tomcerc DltiirtOfl e 1000 a jrJWiIderJ- I = DENTIST I f AU Dental Oparations Performed 2 1 t 1 = TEETH EXTRACTED r II WITHOUT PAIN It c wiit jflrflprlnsfield every first Thursday t 3A and Friday of each montH r If W41- r = MAIS OrriQs fi23J Fourth Arenuoi = Lb 1IBVILLERY t JOS B4 CKSSELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE HOTJBS 9tolOAJiand7to8PM OFFJCB In Qhord Rcbort8on Bldg W F NEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE with a 6 McCnono IDR JF RNEIRTI OFFICE HOURS iz to 2 p m t th EVERY DAY SPKINGFCELD KY 1 PJMJ BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST EXTRACTEDr t grrzorIragan Rloek over Mans 1lt rRonHuxjre v SPRtNU1ELDKYand lty 7JAS B RYAN y AUCTIONEER I jtLandand StiSck Sales a Specialty v SPRINGFIELD KY 7i 1 S CURES OR CALDVEL- LSYRUP JNDIOESTION PEPSI N f DR JH LAMPTONi t t- It QF ICE OVHn Cfncora CLERKS OPFICH Wh enypu take a little for the fetomacEp sake btTeura thl1t you get a PURE ABTIOLE T S r- 51TflHURYS1DBSALOO1i PURE WHISPES PURE BRANDIES PURE WINES CORDIALS UiaARS AND TOBACCO i J F GREENE Prop- Wan Street Lower End of Now Robert fcon Building REUBEN JdOGK L v BLACKSMITH t I orseshoeing 11 J Carriage Repairing r end General Blacksmithing j 4Allwork guaranteed to jive T i patisfaction at tim ICasey shop- SPRINGFIELD KY4 IducatoYOflrS ferriQcrnc wouy DonLannoy cUb by ouriftouijhlng- oril risk your JIfQ br eglectihg a old1 rite Miiinle Othlt Cttro tares 6ougl s iunI crtlds er0np grippe arid all oilier throat nnd lung tronbles Waters r ABOUT T Wun g J I 1 i j4 j j 3 3 FRESH fish every Wednesday hrid Friday aVJas A SmU ers J B PETER fcCo shipped a carload of nice fat cattle td thd Louisville market Tuesday Highjsl of court this session and i thelQualifications of a iriadel sheriff WE call attention in another column to Ire advertisement of IA p McNbir who wrli give a lecture at the Courthouse 11free Monday March 7 fen the of farmers CABBAGE potatoes turnips onions greens and fruits of allI kinds always for sale at Jos A Shaders FREE lecture to farmers at the Courthous next Monday nightt by A D McNair BEST country sorghum 35 cents per gallon Good New Orleans molasses 20 cents per gallon alt Jos A Shaders FARMERS should hear the iI lustrated lecture on fertilizers at the Courthouse next Monday night A carload ffine Northernj seed potatoes just received at Jos A Shaders For sale at reasonable prices THE dinner served on County Court day by the ladies of the Bantist church was a nice affair andwas well patronized The net sum of 82 was realized iron the proceeds THE Quaker madicine man did a thriving business on the street Monday and for awhile the rate at which he raked in the coin was only limited by his capacity to hand put the bottles of bisI magic cureall meaicine FRESH bread every Wednesday and Friday at Jos A Shaders Six loaves for 25 centsj REMEMBER that Dr F RjWilder is hero today to treat his patients and wait upon those who want work done THE iinfant child of Herman Scbmenk a baker for Konrud Hertlein died Monday The child vas one of twins born sev erul weeks ago The other childI is also quite ill J MR BAMAvERYawellknown citizen of the county and who tliveddied Sunday last The deceased was a good citizen and leaves quite a large family t THE Reiss North Comedy Co closed it performances hereon Monday night with a minstrel performance which was decidI edlythebestattemptof theirstay at this place They left here with a good company and areI now doing a good business at Lebanon THE ladies of the Baptist church desire to express to the public their hearty appreciation of the liberal patronage received at their County Court dinner Thev are especially grateful to all those who contributed soI bountifully and rendered such cheerful assistance in the dinner Mn CLYDE ALLEN of the firm of Allen Son the Bloomfield Nurserymen paid the NEWS LEADER a call Monday and started an advertisement to which we call attention in this issue Mr W 0 Ellis is their agent and he offers good fair treatment to all who favor himl with orders Jor fruit trees SEVERAL of the crowd in town Mondaygot on the Qutside of too much quickstep whiskoy and succeeded in landing in jail where were quite a number of others who should have been treated likewise but who mini aged to elude the officers llong enough to get safely on the road home DIEDOn Sunday last at her homo on the farm of Mr Thos Reed near Willisburg Mrs Meta Dragoo the wife of Mr Cadiz Dragoo The deceasedI was the daughter of ston of this county and had yearSIThet Baptist church Tuesday morn ling and was Conducted by Rev IO C Pugh J B OBBYAinS Who is wellj haslaccepted iitigton ttourttyj for Gardiri r BiOs thb fruit tree dealers arid L othtyMr r IJmid he will tall dn the farmers in this vicinity who can 11make no mistake btr giving him their orders for fruit trees or- s anything in his line BM W T ADAMS who lives near Fenwick brought to the NEW LEAbER office on Monday liitiadday They consisted of affidaV sits writs and other documents issued by the court in Wolfe county Mr Adams thinks some one who slept in his tarn drop 1ped them and as they appear to be of some importance desires to notify the owner that he CanI gat the papers by callingI on h AVERY unfortunate accident happen l to the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee iRiley near FenwicV on Monday evening- t last The little girl turned a kettle of boiing water over her from a stove and though every medical aid possible was give- nst the little sufferer she succumbed to the effects of her injuries on Tuesday evening The parents have the sympathy of the community in their sorrow The burial services were con ducted at Mackvillo and the littler one was laid to rest in the beautiful cemetery at that place A party of abo twelve young toughs who had been to tosvn nil day Monday loading upon mean whiskey terrorized the the residents and some passersby on the Perryville road just itt the forks with the Mockville i pike above town late in the afternoon by firing pistols The gang all mounted on horses congregated at that point and ialter passing the bottle began to shoot A dgzaroundI more shots are said toha fired Ther is a severe pen alty for shooting on the public highway and it istbjjustsuch ducks as these that the grand jury should direct its attention Unfortunatelyj no one has as yet been found who can positively identify the hoodlums rUnE last mPotingdT tlie hajj tauqua was held atj Mrs A H McChords and a most pleasant time was hadby aU present aiid the society is indebted to the visitors Miss Gutlmrihe Gray and jMiss Ruby Lampton for recita A paper by Mr Boyden Justinian the Great Ancient and Modern Rome by Mrs Ai jMcChord and the Gothenburg SyStem If by Mr Ernest Mans field were all very good and were greatly enjoyed by tho class Misses Jennie Cray croft and Bettie Irvine enlivened the vtmingby several well rendered selections on the piano The society meets with Miss BeLie Irvine Friday evening next MISS ALLIF PDOUE who sov oral weeks ago lost a handsome gold watch by haying it taken from her room recovered the article last week under rather lpeculiar circumstances A nogro womrn b thn name of Annie Spahimg was suspected of the i theft of the watch RSJt wasi womanDhad visited Miss Pdoros room on the pretext of buying some womIQncgro known by the name of Hamburg but whoso real numo J is said to bo Charlie Spalding tt seems that Hamburg went onto Louisville and one day week was arrested at that rastI on some thor charge and hispcrsonwasfoundMi Watch To make things P6ores re- Miss Poore went to Louisville hnd identified her watch and the inn was held in custody and brought on hero for trial The woman in the meantime had beeni arrested qnd they are both in jail here They wilt both be in dieted bv the grand jury now in session and will probably beI tried during this term of court THE crowd in town on Mon l day was the largest that the town has held for some time being the first day of the termi of Circuit Court besides being regular County Court day at tracted a larger number of peo pie than is usual The sales ofI stock on the street weire large there being more cattle Offered than for several months Prices realized were on on average lealreportedr L = 1 boil reports the falldwirig i 4cdw 1505j 8 steers at 19JS per head 10 heifers at 1150 per htfad9 steers t15Jm yff head 9 heifers jat JilGO per head 12 heilers dt 816 par Udddjl 4calvds t155 tier Head 20 twoyearold stedrs ut23 per 13 twd ydarold stedrs 2916 per head 12 head f tddra at 010 9 head itt 8330 ihead at 12 and 5 lidad at 925 One sow t1dpigsJ 85 7 shoats j ut 168 per head 1 mule 28 1 black mare B38 1 bay mare 2650 Qol R Jiii vriiuyiiu r ports the t followm 9 head of sfcaars atst 1280 8headof steers M 8875 one cow 2375 one yoke ofoiL14 1 cow and calf lheadheifersat3501 cow calf 2570 1 buggy 2240 anjijj J E Ruby sold 12 head f cattle at 22 and several h rse3j at prices ranging from 29 80 r PERSONAL C 0 McGill was in Cincinnati 1a week tii Mrs Cliff Qrceii was In last week r MiasAHIoPoore was iu Lonlavillo last Thursday Dab Nbe In Bardstown Fridayrq on business Gabe Wharton was fn Lebanon Tues day on basmeaa r1Il s Carrie Seleoinan was In Louis laBt weok 0 Brent Rob rta returned tQ Center j College after a weeks stay hero + ountv11Iis visiting weekJ Mr and Mrs John Unsold of Early Times are visiting her father Mr HIIT Ware Mr Ike McMakln and eister Misa Clara of Bloomfield were in toivn Monday Miss Lou Booker left the first of the week for a weeks visit to ritindBu in Bardstown Mr Josh B Bowles of Nelson county was here Monday on thoioott out for a good eaddlo horse 0 Mr William Milton of this county ha3 gone to Weldon to visit his two s ins who are living there Mrs B F Dents and children have gone to Dcatsvillo on a visit to Mrs Deut mother Mw 0 M Roberts Mr E E WakeAold of the Maud noigbborhood is Inftbwn thlj week serving bid country as a member the Jury Oftlft111 Miss Myrtle Mansfield who has visiting Mrs Margaret Jones at 5svlllti returned home Saturday Messrs Thoo Campbell and Henry came up for a fow days stay iSaturday They left Tuesday morninge Miss Rice Tiinrniarf returned Tues day from West Poiiit Ky where sho has been visftiog her sister Mrs TS WrightSMss Sallle lloB roy went to Louis ville Saturday to romain several days the guest of her aunt Mrs Emmet Fields i Miss Louise Saunders who Is teach inz in the primary department Caldwell College Danville is quitcill with scarlet fever IIMr Sam Bottoms of Jensonton t IJ neighborhood ought a load of clover seed to town Monday and sold it befoto noon lie haj advertised utjj lthis papar last week twIihiltI jLebanon was over Monday Ifo ac accompanied by his daughter MIA Sue who remains to visit friends a few days There were two candidates for thoj Democratic nouiihation for Judge of the Court of Appeals in town the firetj ofjthoweek In thopirsons of JutSge t Hobson of Eliwibothtown an J Judge James Garn of Columbia I Mr Thoaias Picklfty a former resident of this place but who has for thQi 1cngot who also moved to Chicago from hdro a year or ago Miss Lucy iSalocmpn Jl1yea cbl1f rade party on last Saturday evening Ito which was invited a select number of her young friends All reported a pasiint time among those present Wdretl Miasea Ljal8 Waters Lyda McElroyfAra crCOboriJ and Ruby Lampton Colvin James arid wnIlClIYC91 Charles Greene and Mrs Hue win McEJroy left Monday for a weeks visit to Louisville Sho j partvatItho country home noar the city of Mrs Joe Claybr6okOi formerly of tthis place Others who make up the house party are M r and Mra W J Ltsle of Lebanon Dr and Mrs Allen Bloomfield and Judge und Mrs Emmett FIeldLouiavilleS A Iluwllns Nucciius Whorovor properly introduced Dr Cnldwoira Syrup Pepsin as a euro for c inatlpution liiw mot with phenomo nftJ sales Many druggists cannot nay enough hi prasd of Its merits as well an its great popularity with tho people In 10o trial size and alsqih and iOO Wstorld Browiio ize Notice to Taxpayersj On and after the fourth Mon day in March persons owing me taxes as exDeputy Sheriff may be prepared to havo their prop erty Oliver tisedand sold without t further notice to satisfy the amount of the taxes IH B POWELL ExDeputy Sheriff W C rt tt4i THE MARKEtS = I followlns tAble represents tho price pnld edtl farm products in fiprlngflUi ly tbeetheej up tb lk oclock W lnc2j5jJ5ut IEubjcl to l Yaf4tIduhbraf r dnvrirate advices from Louisville dealers a Wheattor buICorn per bur i Gto S- 22 ttRojJ SOMi OrcrlataUrass per bii 75 ta do irayTltnothyp rcwt ilayaaverparcwtt 40 d 43 J LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE flapoit furnlhed hytith Lo lsvifleJfro JliisJ Extra shipping ft 50a4 73 Jumist butcher steers 4 25a4 w J Fair to good butcher steers 8 73a4 53 c tmon to med utcber steers 8 ishti Thin rough steers poorcows and- TijI Rcalavafjs cJ SfiaJ 2JI Oxen good to extra 3 C5a4 4FeedersSStockcrslt Bulls ii 2 25a3 Veal dalfca B50a575 MILCH COWBv Choice witch cowi0o45 00 JuJr Ogoodfkr ea25 00 llOQ Choice packing and butchers 25Ibto3U0ibS 4 0Fair to good paukingi lb toSOOIb 4006403u Qd toextraligbt160i8JIb s 1atsboats fc l 180 lb a 5a3 85 Fat hoiits 1001iO Ib 3 dOsS 70 j4Pigs 60 to 00 lbs a 75a3 23 Roughs ltO400lb 2 40 tWEEt AND LAMBS Good 4Common4 Ducks 2 3COal8k Ips and ncallawags head Extra spring Uitbii 73a50O v fleet butcher lambs 4 3a4 p Fulrto good butcher lambs S 23 Taileuds SJWaS 00 PKOOUOF Report furnished by HdrndonCarter Co frret Louis yule lKy Eoos Weak Fresh rohnndled lOallo Market firm DIst grades J5 alOe choice stock 14c p icldnglnlOc 1otLTBT Markat firnwr Chfckonsbons aC4c1 rofstors 8a84c spring chickens lOa geuise full feaUierol per dozen t20- aI5t Plucked par dozen f8a36Q turkeys slira 7Ka9o turkeys drensed 10al2c iiaAIluMIobgnn hanl picked ll10al2o new homo to tl J Hiss Green saJtel Va0c dry salt lbl 4rURacc9nlto4 20me skunk prime black 70a 804 short stripe C0cnarrov stripe 20aiOc stripe ISc oyoasum 5 tCc mu icrat Z 20c ted fox GPaf 125vpray fox M1SeaLANE0USSorgbusi molasses 22a J per gal beeswax 2lc pur lb clover aeii 275 325 per bu onions 75a300 per bbL rags per cwt lr FxiiauaPr1me white goose 33a34c ray mixed or edaPOc 3 Oxiov SETS Rod mud yellow 5OjOQO whtte as to quality 750500 7 Umen AVJIB New suHdlied nctii de d3 IKISII JoTATOis Hem grownnBW croj 17fei803 per bbi Best 21n22c luirry 15nl8f tub wasted 30a2cr bfetjfc oMar 18a20c blackberry ICaiGe 3 aRDKvArriDs Market higher and firm y Kamsy 300a40Q cholca260tt300 conmon a OOatJ strlctlr40JaIi ear ourn bulirsSiaM fcbdloi OAts SialWc ivhuat No 2t V aOBACCO MARKETS jTho i following are the revised qno tlon8 as prepared by the Quotation Oominittee of the Leaf Tobacco Ex change at Louis ville forthJs Woeki1S9S CROP RED BUBLKY Thrill green or mixed 6 00J Trash uound 5 OOto 0 50 Common tuga 6 60 to 800 Medium luca 8 00 to 9 00 Good logs f 00 to 10 60 00jt IGood 1i29 COLOny BURLKY Trash green or mixed 6 50 Trash sonndt 050 to 750 Common logs760 to 8 Medium lugs 8 60 to 900 Ooodllngs 9 00 to 10 00 Common loaf short 9 00 to 1J 00 Common lortfh 00 to H 00 Medium loaf14 00 to 17 Qood lent 17 00 to 2J 00 hiFine1897 OltOP- mrnnunLEv Trash green or mixed 4 00 to 6 00 Trash sound 5 90 to it 00 Common lugs to 8 00 Medium lugs 8 to 960 Good lugs 9 60 tolOCO Common leaf short 9 50 to 11 00 Common leaf 11 00 to 12 00 Medium loaf 1200 to 14 00 1Good leaf U 00 to17 JIItFine and selections 17 00 to 22 COHORT BUBtSY 60I Trash green or mixed 4 60 to 6 60 Trash sound ni 06 to 6 50 0Mediuml 0 ICommonIt I Common leat 11 4Mediumloaf00IOoodlcartj5o0 tp 17 00 FIne and selections 26 g 00ll 1 Vo are anicious tto do a little good IasiterI iproventivoof i and other Boriotif luiif trouble that lot low Megl Hfted colds Waters A lirownc J11koU C c fail it curs CniKgiats rcfiad pondy I 5 FOR SALE IJACK r dna good GovrWiootl Jack for sale Fiva years didl a good breed l arid a odd arii mal in every respect PriceT is reasonable For further part tidulars inquire of THOS J HAMILTON SPRINGFIELD KY I v AAV lY 4 b clJj4 f igBiGm- sralsohnd3ea11 kinds lnF FARMINb IMr TPMFNT R We buy Rod feU Hay Grain o j aodFeedfWe soil coal at the LOWESTSd CASH PRICE I 0 0e 1 Come ic and let us show 4 trJtf Vananda fjil i s i 4A strictly highgraule blcytcIa ju evey respect and tseiltrig at theextrc ely lo V price ofi 0 s2OSCorns in avid examine the wheel nnd let us showyou k the good points about it tVatiIpthersdf hlg er price do not tpossess THOMPSON I la7kE SPRINGFIELD ICY vorrT J3J= FRUIT TREES ll I will as ageuji for J A Allen Son have a variety of Fruit recis on County Court day in Marclii Anyone wanting samd can procure them If yen wish an ordoraddrss tod and I will attend to your wants Tf 0 ELLIS- MOOREStllLLE KY S ASVM V AYt ft I I W tO l a1t 3uy Hide FUrs Poultry I and Eggs For which I procsc td pay the highest market price K of V lA HENDRENj T SPIitNOFISifl KY IiAA V JIoat Totsrco hfit acj Smoke Year Jft To quit tdlviccc easily end forever bbinas jDuAlt lruyrUu60oorU Curb QI1r1D At1t1roscSterllD G = The Citizens I Hairdressing andI 4e Shaving Parlors cIDCLOSPRINOFIJILD i1oTiLS DILtAIiD TflPP PropPi + II EV9rrthlng new and clean I endeavor to please my customers and your patronage is solicited iI have arranged with Alex Adams and Uncle John TJTOO the well Iti known barbers an d each will have a chair In tho 8hdp wlieral they will be glad to wait on their m old customers Si C 4OoAIy r Y s iIi 15atKHooms i St4S JOhN ryrUE Proprv 1New and elegant bath bl J all altjhoutse thod rnlmprovernenth Vlthiit one f tr4 i smi1 v BELOW PRINdFIBtlD llOTELB tfya LEGAL blanks magistrates for sale at this dffice in uny quantity at city pricaaI T5r pqT CLEANINQUF SALEI I 1r fitibtw iij ke f oth iftj r O i1f l1arsto k6t1 SBRiROj GOODS Which is beginning to arrive Yuitx jjj1tv a tate chauee of getting some good bar gains J i fti 1- natoriet i 7It Lani 6 your Js Hi this lot tIttyjej 4fOneI t l lor VS dnetjdait regular brice Falrassofilto nt df sites Qud lot df Overcoats at jibnut half prided v A Uue toto Mona i i 2 l bWwhf MebBobisi 10 shod vbu cafa bilV abythih Ib Out stuck bt Wintdfc Scbtls AT GKEATItf REDtJCED tfiIGJESt r v We have just rcceixdd a tlatsB shiptbellt pf all kinds oWhUl fv Goods Laces mbroderiela Organdies Iabla Linens ilapkinsjl fowels and Lice Cuttains eUidtr6t froth one b thelaiiist mporters of this class of tnerdbandiser l yt3heI v t SPECIAL PKlOSS on all brands tbleached Und bron cdt= tons and Sheeiingsr MoChord Robertson INSURE YOUR LIFE INSURE voUri PROPERTY WITHz i John T McElroy Igenlil ftepresenUnJt tho following well known compafilefl YorkTheHartfotd Conri The Aetna Insurance Company or Hartford ConH IIcIbetalddjdMmenti OFFICE AT FlfeST 1TATT6NAL BANK A yuaSgiadWUftflBUSINESSEbUCAhONt j I obfalotzgBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS OLLEcE1j LOUisvilLE kYs ijookke tiI Wri elor bhautitul booli T jSiCSthni1 s i Oidelegraphy50 JACKS OACKS1 r tO 13t StM AT = i2I5LE JtR INbEfl4DAN- VILLEickY 1t7IH 3 J89S1 o If jfltt ant itt ehteh do fid dt obcU You know oi the ttItc6 this sale 250 bbrSES to be splfl ib ApriL If you have anVwrf pntei l bu cdn enjer th the b stale in Kentucky for a Utile tboifey V Enter early ani secure a good place Only 266 horses wantedi he best plate id the world to sell Send lor blanksICohrespondenco soJicited E f FPAtfLOONES D iitftyn C IL3uM UNT IMAYES J Undrfak dUI W f niaimois11 1y fTTfIruniiiiurv DEJrLER5 v Wf 1 Wl Vie rf eetything th Undcrta1fi igcftJ h4 3our stock is OMPLETB 1h ve detail xT Calls prompUy attended itd day drid iiigfelir vf fifGV ewt JaJi Vie make a specjajty of Embainnngandis Joncby tMR CiLEMENTSj a gradualc of a school ofBthta1tht ing Give us a trial X ZZ i f MAIN STREET SP iNQFI Ltl Clevelandsi ropuiar II- angeist p t rj REV AN tAn 00 develahd O 1dr EUTci31ECb1I1Cbr- jtes Dr Fthil1 1 have used y3uf lood end Liver emedy find Nerve Tonic and find it the best remedy for deranged state bt the stomacB livdr and bowels of flriy that I have ever used pr For asic lJf 1Tydou1obertsofl 5 One oiTio lUg use bladdtr was ttbterl rot bnedrji nameLy h fecojtado tar the tiring nudi sues it hot liable to aby Torfa tol dlscai ctcejit by one ol two whys thb fitwal oIatrd 1 lthpetfcutftbtlbtiror the 1ddna Tue second was Is fnJm earelctfrl jIOCtl trcatmehtofoiotrdlscascSi CJIIKFCACHEi thibetby uttoe from unh Uhj kMttcJrS Is the chic f Catisb bf blfcldcr retblet Bd tbp wobablJkatlio fladiloh Was bftktefoiSbnopujposd and if hot ilooUircd tooJSfijcll tiiolInblti etknis br t1iseEbat hirteosrt ItIs Blttaated baekkt- cie to ht bldildet there br Koy baliifx i1llasoi ihcotlVrinlofafco taabltesled ifi tdu lddhtzbac1r1bIadcilok iILitar3r DiAl4tbtt bjr tnitalie atHbdted lo fjjeaVurts or womb Irbablo of frqfe rU The erWr is ijp sU ibidrf dbd ltiy ha ka easily avoided Hue Ohs eteHrefcU tk 1jyour nettle ado lnfmt fffltirt ko itiie1lthent or lIeUlihJ tUdimiM kthI wLJ bladder IhJUblo the tiltl1t HaS fexWlfe- 1dlnary ibiD e btih Klllbbri Baplwit- hd great kldatjr and btatIrr rwaedy S WvIfihotlldand ono dollitf YoU W4y Mv4i Mli84 bottle and patbptilei bftth ant trtWmOK Mention NewaLtibxtt aK 1e15W W dress to Dr tCllwer to J M tMl N Y thoprtJprielosttftkUitJaJ gilt nntco tbo ecnUlht fj ol ibis ugt NEWS LEkDEi1 a lftl ii rL J I 1i h AN OPENLETTER To MOTHERS W ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD ASTORIA AND PITCHERS ASTORIA AS OUR TRADE MARK I DR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts WBS the originator of PITCHERS CASTORIA tho same that has borne and does now If J2tf on evofy j+bear the faosinia signature vf Oi fT t wrappaf This le the original PITCHERS CASTORIA which has been used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty I years LOOK CAREFULLY ot the wrapper end see that tins the find you have always boughton ihd andh to ihe signaturo of t jfT U wrap RerNo one has authority from me to usa my najpe ex Gapt The Centaur Company of which Chae H Fletcher ia President v Maroh 8 1897 Qy LUt e PDTHtCENTUCOMPANVTVWIYThCCT errr TH 4tAST t Ub nol tthe first lovo dearest lot the last So Who cm km tthe tides of youth J1C1r heart run fast run last ITho buda upon the jouns trco shoot and ewell i Reckless of frosts Velll Welll why shouldvro dwell on folllin that arc pad For now behold the green and callow L ok early spz1ng hootJII whheed tM roqhAie dry and t9 very They treroJoreVArst faint ixsrfumed ofla N Taking Iny swift lng tarinz a frogrant memory but no fruits Lot vs not speak of them with anitling IICOrnI Tber bay made way Por the rich bloom cud fruit io later born And born of spirit lather than of clay Making our day Gbid with the freshness of perpetual mornIf Etcmalt Dear lot us believe it so 1Lt r Uuquostionla while In a rapturous 11s3I thistj kuow I Annie L 1t9Oo Torlc Sun 41 = A DUEL IN THE SNOW I Sie iccldcnt Upon WIch Wai Founded f Gerotnee Jleautlfal Picture I Evciyoae has seen the engraving of I Geromos benntiful bat eadly effective I picture A Duel In the SnowI Tl Through the mist of early morning cue IIantouistIyIng on his back on the sward iwhlla his adversary leaniii I cu a friends arm ia slpwly walking I axvayfroni tho scene of the encounter Both aro wearing tho uiasqaarndiugcas 1 tnino of a Pierrot Inithicket u car i liagewsitsto drivti riff with the sue i ctisfifcl oppouent There is every reason to believe front- I recently disclosed information byJ II Alfred Darimou that In portraying on I canvas that iuiprossive episode the II artist was not influenced by solely im i feginative caprice bntthat he hasropro dnccd a scene in real life I The facts are as follows Tho dnelista were M Jajoa Brauie a former miuiai ter of pnblio Instruction uuder the sea- opd cuipird und M D D a wel known journalist on the staff of one of tjio most Influential newspapers in Qorth of France When the tine safli uqttfTvorB studying for the thoII Ono Shrovo Tnosdaylhey iu with friends had repaired to arestan rant on the Boulevard with nview of enjoying n good dinner and afterward cf going to the masquorado ball at the Jt Qpera They nil agreed to go as Pler rots As they all wore masks some ones suggested that they should adopt some distinctive sign by which they could recognize one another in the crowd D I a1aITbejdcawai unanimously adopted and D D prepared the labels accordingly I While doing a diabolical idea came into bis lidad It was carnival time Why hould he not Lava his little joke When it was Jules Dramas turn to Imve a ticket planed to his hack his iriend DD had written in largo letters beneath the namborLlam Jules IBrauie Ono can easily imagine what vrss tho result No sooner had Brame 4Sfoot in the main passage to tbeprelnlero galerie than Iwwas followed by a lady wearing a mask who on his pre yparing to caters private box cried out I I wish you success Jules Brame II Later on on reentering the passage he vraa surrounded by a group of masque ndera who with ono voice ehoutod out- Good day iny dear Braoje That proud to jiim that ho was knowntto every one although ho was puzzled to I xinderstand how it could be Passing in front of a box opener the girl burst out laughing He inquired angrily what she was laughing at JWhy she replied I am laughing ntthe funny idea which led you to pin A label on your back with your name nUt Anti suiting the actiou to the 0S 7ord she unpinned the label und hand Sdittohim f alas Bramo considered tho joke not inll in bad taste but insulting Ho lfiudiughiininangrily in the hearing of the crowd in 3 Eietiug that he should apologize openly then and there DD resenting 1m friends attitude toward him declined to apologize A duel therefore in nelcordauco with French h oits ned xsns toms was inevitable Seconds were at SGUC6 chosen Short swords woro mg aured and iii their Pierrot costnmeatbo antagonists started fcr tIe Bois do Boulogne Fortunately the duel did not endfatally as seemr to bo tbe case Geroaios picture for although Bramo azlin lila sword right through D Dsllpdy uo vital organ was touched He recovered very quickly cud the tro nn nninWesuNECESSITIES GOoTLY Ta P rls Water Is tlC tlptt Proclouiantl Waterls Kzclaslvo the most Drlnlc fcrecioua and ex clhsivojlrink you can order in Paris u Vtt03 Lilian Jell in a letter frond W French capital to Tho Ladies Hbiria Journal Imagine that you who let tbeytqctaally41ytbe quart Artichokes and truffles I nud mushrooms and silk stockings and Jiifl gloves so cheap here that It iuafees you bUnk your eyes but eggs and cream and mill anrlnxarioa Silks I nnd velveta nm bewliderIugly inexpen- tve but cotton stuffs are from America jjnd axe extravagances They wako them it1I coStumes and tthn thorn with elvel ribbon Ifever Ly any cbqtico Kildyou bo supposed to send cotton J fon t be washed f1t rTbe i3Wwr rf irate ttorvteinuaMttrltwK 1 ftz Jtleirtvt girt 4IIII WUlY u i a IieTac shall f b4eelI J4 r j p q b Jt 1 t Ttry muci hir to reeze to death = then to buy coal Iu Paris The nasof all this is tbG cjty tux on every chick en ovary carrot every egg brought into Pari3Evory mouthful of food istaxed This prodnoe8au enormous revenue and thisis why the streets are so clean It is why the asphalt is as smpoth as a ballroom floor Itis why the whole of Paris ia as beautiful usa dreara INGLISHRecipes Tlliloli the Gender Sajj Aro Er cclient and Not Fount In Rook Hero is n recipe for turkey nud chick on stuffing which tbo sondrtr says is very different in its results from these given in the oookbchsSQrnmble or grate tbf insidg of a stale loaf or more of bakers bread cither a round loaf or mIlk bread Add popper and salt the grated rind of a lemon and torilen ba1l tho juice to 2 loaves ull of it n little grated Unirnex a handful oach of Duct cut parsley loaves and flue whitacolory leaves thyme sweet mar j joram and summer savory using tho IcarcsJn preference to the ground aud twieo tho qnnutity of thyme ai of the 1dryAn thn flllinr is being done nad rninll pieces tf good butter which together with the jxupcr uusiiujr wil givo dressing truflicurrt Moisture thoI This dressing is also excellent fcr roast leg of pork whan yen do not want to simulate duck or goose with it SThe recipe for the good old English stuffing for dncka br Rieso It tba eeuder adds I nevor see in our cookbooks cud do not fiud it used upon my neighbors tables People spoil tiioeo birds with soft bread und mass This is old recipe for staffing for geese ducks or n leg of pork Take equal parts of parboiled potatoes cut into inch stparo cubes and onions cut up Strain dry add pepper and salt Preparerenoughor birds wit it and to lay eorao of it under them in tho roasting pan Keep this extra filling under the bird Dish it separately anti servo iit at tu tabla with t restNew York Sun rue Water and Now Bollcn Time corrosive power of pure water on newjor unsealed boilers was well jima trated in tbo city of Glasgow when new water supply was introduced from Loch Katrine one of the purest waters in the worM which me available for city consumption Tho former supply had been peer and calcareous and old boilers wore much coated with halo ecale To the dismay of the users thosa who had put in new boilers or new tubes found them rapidly corroding while the old scaled m coated boilera remained as before Those too who bad removed every possible trace of old incrustation from their old boilers by mechanical or chemical means intend ing thus to set as they expected tho full benefit of pure water were aim badly troubled by corrosion and oven the Qld boilers as the scale was gradual ly removed by the unvaryingly soft anti puro water from tbe lake were more or less corroded when no uieapa wore taken to prevent it BETRAYED BY FLAPJACKS j A SValterWhn Can Tell a Mans Occu patloa by the War Ue Eats There is fl waiter in a Dearborn street restauranttwbo has discovered tbo scl once of reading a mans occupntiou by his fltnuer of eating Ho cnn look into engagediedisnrtil tertnino with wonderful accuracy whether tho man ie n scissors grinder or aStnto street merchant Of course ono must he n close observer to do nil this und it isnt everybody timt is afforded a lunch counter for a field of8t dy Yet if the student will avail himself of opportunities While seated at the mnhof any board ho will find that when the business man is nt tlio table some habit ucquiretl intho daily pursuance of his profession will bo sure to thaw itself For an instance the banker may como in and order wheat cakes If lie does the waiter declares he will invariably dip his fingers iu the water anti run over the cakes to tee if tbtro is a mis- Count Tho gambler will leek around to see If any one is watching cud thou palm n slice of bread If be orders flapjacks ho is sure to slip them one byoue from tho bottom as ho cats them Tho clothing salesman VilI hold his flapjacks up to the light nut feel the texture while tho koon btorver will notice that the jeweler upon ordering pie will hold it td his eRr shako it and then listen after which be liftoff the topcrust with the point cf iiis knife and examiuo the iiiEile During cu intcrivew the other day the waiter stated that ho culled bis new science oatistry I lxlto not mastered my ecienco yctanid be anti seldom n day pastes buftlmt I learn como now point Obits a grc t study aud I think in tiine i palmistrysciences Havo you ever made n mistake in jndgiiig a mens occupation Only ouoc and that cuhl hardly he railed n misifiko for I made no ctMieicn cs to the mans business ooufwa I was stumped The fellow came in anti HIVehhl1wilU some surprise ondeaiO 1 JIJnt order that lIn costs you nothing says I arid yon fteit u rilI toarHtk jt ia1eeyoe- wH44 Jro rIrns t tiI l k I J Wliysayi ieL zn tmUlt1U1nIt Chicago lutrOceau p The Fiscal Court at its last session made an orJer stating in substance that the ccunty would pay the turnpikes which BrO in litigat- Ion six per cent interest en any nmount finally ndjutlg ito them5 provided they collect no more toll us any theirgatep Kilns propo provedsciltablc the President IP ill the dffrent roads cro to yive iilie Cuaaty Judge u yrittun accep aiice Tittfdcy some cf the stockholders oltho Birdnown anti Hloomiitld lurnt4ke hujd a meeting stilt accept cdtjie jppeeiMonbtiti ui IOn asked the county o uike ohargo of tlc itke II1drkpcu u in repair AyiitMi thin iupcr was hnndcd to YjSliljISOriho Judtfe very lromptic helmed tpncctdi 10 lrJ dcnVind of the ttticfiikb comp lvNtldon uc or11 Goluc Down HIM QOJo ulThrliug rdiii Kid elkienset fool atjrndnal Iuitsttad loa of slfongth Bud ltal liy They should Inso no lltnoni trying ploib Kidney tLicea Ouaraniced it ItoLoHiOJi An eNchaiiKe reinarls More young men are leHrniigltrades in the peniteniiurtts than outside pf thorn because we are trying to make clerks doctors nail Inwyrrs out of the initerial intended fur black smiths c rpnINsnll other tnidif Xpriheclntnics There i3to much truth in the totter pujt of the state luotit Boyj aro too eager to tivoid the labor uf Iho stud arC tto anxou3 tciollow some calling that does not soilthe bunds Most Inys ehonld be taught that there is more dignity in manual labor than in lointig and uiorelonbr in toil titan de peridancdf The farm aid the shop arc often more profituble titan the office or the counter AIPthe work worry amil profit sire not a ways to the farmernnd tao laborer Glye ii tip by lour DamilorM Beaver Dam On Aug 27 1803 My daughter after being treated by four doctors Mud beIng given tip for lost a m ighbor revoiniiitiidrd Foleys Kiiutv Villa Today sbois ablo lo walk jJseveral i nulos without fatigue I feel wo vouUl have lost her if it was not for your medicine Itospectruljy Mrs J M Bailey Hdy Iun z Hobo II TI Italian settlers Belmnnt cnrrcspocdont rLcbanon Junction Tribune Between twelve and sixteen hundred acres ott Ianikriwui as tile Furnace prop arty is about to be sold tit SSper acre to a number of Italians who iintend td c Ionize at this place The S3 peoule are now lociuted in tit swamps of Ahbnum und Inure been trying for some time to pur7 chtiso cheap laid in Ktntticky Tho citzens of luis place nrc vjry iiidignaht that tho mail will be sold tto this c1classol people Toiwhich the editjr of tits Tribune adds uWe see from our Bel m out coi rrgpphdetitu letter that thcitizu ns of that vicinity tire much opposed to the dagoi8 eittlini among them The agricultural dales of Itnlians lire nut ss bad ns iliC3 are tiaintcd In the Suuthern part uf Lousiana planters have largely supplanted hetro labo with that of Italian tthd Any they are a great improve meqton the urgrotJ Ilsuuy Idcs trtuuyvd by thi timely ulle of IloHaIIno Tar Honey When a cold crtepi upon you or u conch racks your lungs no remedy Is to prompt or cllcututU A llr HI of tcrrinlsexponopco lvfhot brassy ciiu rh of croup souudi tlironvli the house at uuiglit lint the terror clmujjcrt to icllof uftorOieMIniiiooiiKl Cure ins udtnlnis erotl Snfo suit iiarmUftH to fur children Waters it Brow no Bud BlOOd 9 Gfti Thing to be rid rf because bd blood a the bvding place of diaMgutiag Iou1Lloodj pra3bYIttHptions or your body ft nby yoiyou want u o be rid of ptrnplvs Ktls biotahec soree atd tkc Iw U UII o E f riwA J 5iDfslPlrllii It is the radical remedy for all dia eaaea originating in tho blood Read the evidence uaa oJmc1 r I td4ror1 JIg boil IU o s s 9or IL 4S lK1i lioustoa Texoi biE DANGER to which the Expectant Mother is exposed and the foreboding and dread with which she looks for ward to the hour of womans severest trial is appreciated by but few All effort should be made placesinpresses to her bosom her ba- beJEBSFRffl allays Nervousness and so assists Nature that the change goes for ward in an easy mannbr without such violqnt protest in the way of Gloomyforcbodings hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and without painris left strong and Yigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties Safetytouse of Mothers Friend and the time of recovery shortened I knovr one lady the mother of three chiUren who suffered greatly in the bottloofIfourth confinement and was relieved quickly anti easily All agree that their labor painfulJonrG 8100 PER BOTTIiB at all Drutr Store or sent by xaail on receipt of price pnflvq ContalnfnclnYaln bla4hform tlnrf of toFREEenADFiELD REaULATORCO A Bad Man Shot Ed Logderi the notorious rapon sliiticr and desperate man was shQ JuhllsonIlusti cute county Further than thai the whole affair was ditinken row and hill Ed Lfnlgen was shot at above 8tatep tho particulars of the affray were not given by our inform aotMndeeu l there are yrobably m other pariculars to be stated Frank Johnson Jmd Jim Johnson were both engagedin the affair but Jimit ia said must have baeti tlte marksmnn who hit the mark aimii1at Neither of the Jolinscps was hurt Jhe two Johnsons boys are thr sons of BtU Johnson hwnR kill ell by John Buries about tweim years ago uoar Park- Ed Loy lon is widely known ai lone ofjthe most dangerous men iir botIthe United States government foi many years on account of mbkiuJ cud soiling mootisninn whisk nndl1s more dreaded by the Deput Unite States Marshals thin any other illict distiller and dealerl iin ijiutbern Btntuckyi Agoot1man- yeirsngn ho killed a map at Hear wiillor this counUVtyit iis acquitted lIe Is alsoanid tj have killeil- anothermnamt l in Green county ftar which he came clear He has on rated mnonehino stills from Purl fo Point Biirnside and is u tlespe Mtftnnn well fited for tho des perate business he is onjaged in Chamberlains Cough Itomedy This rombdv is Intended especially for coughs cold croup whooping cough nail intitionzn It bus become famous for its cure ol those diseases over a largo part of the civilized world The must flattering testimonial hive been received giving accounts of good works of the aggravating and pprsistenl coughs it hud enroll of sovoro colds that HaTo Yielded promptly to Its soothing cHrdi and of tho flnngoroun nt racks of croup it lias cured ofop saving the lifo of the rhlfd The extensive tiso of it fr whooping eilllh shown that it robs that liRoayu of itll dangcrou conHpqiiPiuw It laeejeeislly jirlzwl hv iin th rs for thqlr children itHli never fulls ly mire becaiiHc thuy have fouml that there k not tho kat danger in giving it even to ImhlII It contains nothing injurious Sold by Ilaydon it Robert SOil Un1 erg Threaten Monday night Gdvcrnor Bradley ordered twcity fourm n from Com puny E Lexington to go to Jeeaa mine county and divide into four tsquadsi lou the purpose ot gimriiing fuurof life LvxuigtGh turnpike gates hen the soldiers reached Nich olasvillo Capt Ben D Spenrstthe erimao liired them some vehicles Iii ariisoiI the wrath ofvthc raid and on the following morning Cat Sp art received the following anonymous notel lieu ltevell Siltff N ichlicsi1Ie- YHU think you are mights Misarl hirinMiiit your trams Jithtt wen hauling soldiers wioutiJ in Jj mine cojaty hut we will teen cull upon you wall men nnM dynamite enough tu blow your hands d little stable into hh if wo jever hear cfyouYlilrinjr any other rigs to them Take warning thiss our Aranvrnc lust Raiders ThIs tillrritIJll hockiihukt wow uv Mr Spoarj toll Mr lWiilioir ihv correspondent i thitjie htilIIIS xar of the COWl ds and wcu andayhome when they called DullqrdH Horehound Syrup In the host known remedy for consumption oiitha and colds mid nil throat and hl r lILt livry bottlo tsaiHi- rifrt ii U jo Ijijilrmrtnh tr otlildrttn 21 SIi HVnrt Jr 1hsitsen VIlrbad tltt 1ill ti tHJ4JUrlt11 a tl fi Ilr lIaytoq ttQlJcttPl KELSOX NOTES From tho Record Mr J W Daugherty and Mias Lila Johnson of Bardstown were married iin Louisville Tuesday Mr Dougherty id a prosperous and popular 1i70rmB while his bridn Iis u handsome and attractive lady Tlu couide haven host of friend viio with The Record wish them a bug QILI happy lile Henry Wakefield vho drove up to Mr Thomas Durfsons barn hoar Bloomfield some time ago filled hid wagon with 51 09 wheat took it to Bldomfield rtnd sold it thought it besttwh1L hid casews called to pleal guilty Thid ho IihitIuautd time jury give hl1Jione year in the ptMritentiary Partup desiring to buy wheat can rite to Henry at Frankfort Last week a family consisting orn man wife and four children all bOV8 clime to iiardstown unit wer enter uinetrfor OnO night by Jailer Rub The maui claimed that he and his family had walked the entire Uiitnnce here from a point in Kansas lie salt ho was native Ihvtonsfioro andvds en route tp thay place toJake a po sition in a tobacco factory The party left here aloot for their des tination JWe tailed to learn theii n mesItI18sbeEn decided that th Nel son County Fair will be held coni mencing August 30 ant to continue five day Ait tttrnctive premium list will be ofioredanl theAssocV itionwjlluse its best fair over forts to make tins is the best fait ever held on the grounds Rev M Ahby Jones has accept ejl1a call to the aatorato of tin Leigh Street Baptist church Richmond Va and will remove then in the course of the next thre weeks MrI uuesltas servedii poster of the nlret town Baptis church for the past three years ind is an able preacher HUt con jregation regret to part with him OotK B Secordtlie well known con tractor of TownndajX Y sayi 1 han Cut Chiiiiibrlaln Cough Honiedv It iliy fumi y for h long tune and liar found it superior to any other Fur lalo by Ilaydoti A RoborUon Klondike Gold is Coming Anti although our renders mar not gott a share yet we are glad to assist you in etthlbotherj gold by your own otforts Now you want hiorrnKtIon on raiainf crops ilnd fruits the ciire of stock and how to make the farm pay which if nowhere fund liberally and interfst Ingly presented In Farm Field and Fireside Ohlcagi Ill the largest anrt best dollar wealthy farm paper in Aineri ait containing to 40 pages of originn iiiattQr Tvoekly It you farm you aIM ralso youjtry Tliuuiiinils or j coplo arc making a good living from oultrv and it can no dune hut to do it requires ox pcrlonce and tlvp benefIt of tile experien ce of othors Tho latter is f In Th Poultry Keeper of Parksburg Pa sn wry attractive 20 page monthly wifl lU cover printed in colors The namn of tb editor II Jacobs is known to nil suc cbssful poultry ntinnrs nit authority on the Hiihjcdt lrlQ 60 cants porj annum MrvJacob has also prepared four uncut books coAoring nverv subject on which a poultry ral or winds formation Th y are Poultry Keeper Illustrator No over 100 ill list rat ioiiH and in regard lto poultry housrs iocnbalors brooders co ips eel 3 rents Poultry Kecpir Illiwtritor No 2 Over 75 Illuatrationo cot about nrtllhhtl iiuiibatioii raibinp chirks totting eggs Octt 25 ientx Poul try tOper Illustrator No 3 tt poultry dl lice iaps moulting egg eat ing oct 25 Outs Poultry KeeperS JjhiHtmtfir No judging f oriptiiu of uriU nuiting ect price 25 etMits Tu surfi1 IIII 1t that we own uivi in ru NHXSUKADBK KHrm Field situ iinMli Mild Tho 1oultiv Keeper all thre one Venr and tloi font great liookit all fur only 8185 The treatment for worms must be prompt and safe yhltoH Cream Vor mlfiigo can be trusted to restore your child to health in a tonic as wellas worm dw troycr Kvory hottlUKURZ antced to brhll woriiw 2Cont Haydon it Kobe tson hats That Will lie Worn Easter Lpklv rn Mnnilja chip and raffia in nil colors sue used fur the new spring hats ns well as an absolutely new straw braid siit1un satin finish not unliko the silk covered braidn which obtained during the winter Sailor hats that always hayo ian as suVed position a re in a new mite jut in till form f woven bulrushes which after beinjr brnitled tire ohnpod wild flitrrttlly e Igud with n imrrovv blsick velvotnbbon illcni crush is ala used for lira kind ofj tlIIUleltliUlJCfor summer wear Rich ribb ns oMcJvct sil1 satin and moire are nil med eil land shirred while bcinkplAitI heavily embroidered with trends slid aj 4iiii HS ob Je itlilun whit 11 art ji riwilillV Mue snemone blue hfliotropu chainI pugne the light sliados of ruby brown oearl gray pink and pEarlI gniv pinkandptileyrtjen i cnmbnittlone are noted in the flowers There is a decidedhincy- for i putting the trimming that may take tire form of a bunch of flowers iiibHv dlrjfibii n drapery at Velvet j4 r sniiitrilr ji lsiiabn the left aide HI iLIiit5sIits to Imveft come Avail on the Imir MaroK Ladies S1 lCol11 OtbUll r inrtv tttuau AU tOat1aiiit euic Vffa- Rcm stroaj tiooa pUrl t5 8t All jlruof at Llt1Jrirt J ON1 NTOV9Both tho method and results when Syrnpof Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste and nets YsLhcrsystemaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figsis tho pmducedceptablo to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most- lmealtliyand Dgrocnbl sub tances its many excellent qualities commend it mostiSyrup of Figs is for Bale in 60 drng1Imay on procure it promptly for any ono itho- wishata try it Do not accept any substitute CAllFOBMA FIG SYRUP CO u LIr d1 9 U I Reuben Hfaft 5 BREEDER o- rtt Thoroughbred I Poiillry 1A i J Barred Plymouth Rocks A J WhlW Ph mouth Rocks Ooldeu Tyanrfottcs 5 y White Wyijndotten J 5 Staple Comb B Ie iorns g iVILcRhonis ti fl Black Mluorcas tfy Black Langsbans g jt Urtcdine stock from above breeds Sy scoring 00 or better for sale tJ si Z Parties ordering one salting may 1Ie 5 5 lect from two or more different breeds 5 EGGS IN SEASON j= LEES SUMMIT MO tskmr CATARRHDRUG iIS Fora generous Jet CENT TRIAL SIZE Elys Cream Balm omtnina no coo Ine tKfeurj nit auy other Injurioui drin t qnlck Absorbed GT s relief at once and lensre the JlallII5Jg1S Aiiats inthunnutLmn COIDNHEAD llcili and Vrotect the membrane K ntur tin wu inf t 1t aid rm11 bull sile TiUI uleatalideggbaorbyjnaltlLV oct rew Turk THE WOSDDRS OF SCIENCE Lung Consumption An Eminent New York Chemist and Bclontis Malcoa a Free Offor to Oar Readers Thodlstlugulahed New York chemist T Blocuin dotnonstratlng his discovery of art liable and absolute cure for cpnsnnjp ilon Pulmonary Tu crcnlosls ann all bronchlulthrout lung and chest diseases 1 stubborn coughs cotarrhal affections peri rat Occliue and weakness loss of flesh and fonditlons of wasting away will send IllUEE FREE BOyrLHS dlffcrenti of his new disco vofiifs to any afflicted read er tbo TftWBLEAjiEH writing for them Ills NeW Scientific Treatmbut baa thll8JY1Uthis great chemist liaticntlrezperimonting for year bus produced results as boncflcla to humanity asan be claimed by any mad tim genius Ills assertion that lunff troub Ics and consumption ace curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt letters oft EUlOIrernMedical experts concedothat bronchial chst and lunjr troubles lead to coBSUmp Ian which uninterrupted means pecd amlcertain death Simply write to T1s Slocum M G 93i Pine street Now York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will bo promptly sent Bufferors cbbuld take lustant advantage of this generous pryposlslon 1IcQso tull tho Doctor that you saw his alrdl In tim Nw8LzADsn Subscription Wics Reduced to 25O THE AllENA EDITED BY JOHN CLARKRIDPATHLL D The loading Reform revIew is now enter lag upon Itenluth year Its career bsbeen ono prolongud effort for thtiadvnncu IropiUtlOIiIwore virile than over Its In the mate tbo light antIat tie head of the colutnp IT STANDS PREEMINENT AS CHAMPION OF POPULAR Llli EIITIES Ibepco1111eduction In the subscriptIon price should the Mans in the hands of ovary thinking American milD cud woman Tha Arena Js never1 dull every issue Is reptetci wHh bright and futorestln articles nnthci living issues of the hour Our arrange ninn w Ire inch thnt we cnn with coiilldonoe promise that under tho edltowhip of John lark ltid atb aftslstrd ly most oust nI n writers und workers The Areua for 1893 wifl be the ideal magazinerfor tho American peoplel Published Monthly 25o Per Year 6250 Specimen Copy and Prospectus Free- TilE ARENA COMPANY MASS Important oDDoaDceraentl Arcolfto offer the Artnannd this paper together fur one vtar for 13 00 Ye will asp recslve subscriptions to the Arcua NEW LIVERY FIRM WHARTON TAPPii rNow heady for Business with Fiijstlassj Accommodations i t GD HORSES GOOD BUGGIES SpeClul attention given to board and feed horses V 1 The Best Accommodations fcr Traveling Men Jack W Thompsons old stand SPRINGFIELD KY = I IIii WHYSUFFER AGONY i guaaitedtoI Ko Knife II No Interruption of Businoss I The first treatment brings immediate relief It bw cured thousands and will cure you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician A and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department says AfterleJirohsuffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the mean of bringing vow wonderful remedy to the attention of other suf fering with piles Price 100 Prepaid toanyAddreut DON CHEMICAL COMPANY 9CriATTANDOQA TENN 1 1ANDV tA1UADTIC CURCOTIPATIOi rot 23 SO a DUCGLST Laza1JUfftr nii er wfpeIsi rRe easy pIe lid bakstflee J1t RJUDllo flrlro lioctrasi CU cnu Tork iiiQg Og IHom GrQwn Fruit Trees We have thoujands of ntc- ewe1lrnin Teas Vines Etc for April dtjlivery WrUe us and wo yill make prices bylhu next mail j B OBR ANT COUNTY AGT GARDINER BROS DEATSVILLB KY C11 ubb114sf1 The best Magazines and Nev spapers published in country offered at re 1the rates subscriber to NEWS Aao special iindcemont to nw subscribers and ofU ones who renew we have at no little troublo and ex pehse made arrangements with a Urge number ui inigaziuiS nmi newspapers tq offer them atgreatly- reducedrates In some cases we offer you the NEWsLiAPERBnd the other publication together for one year att the price of the one Now is the time to begin find here is iJist of tome ol the offers VITiI- NHXVSLKADKR Louisville Post daily 8275 Courier Jouna twice awek 150 Louisville C miooicial dally 5 00 Louisville Conmer ihl weekly 1251 rouisviloDispittchtl 1i 651 Homeland farmn 140 Fanners Home ourpalc 175 Cm UoinmorcialTnbune 140 Cincinnati Enquirer 150I Country Gentleman 800 In terstute poultry man H 130- OhioFurmer 41 150 870I1CeSouthern Florist and Gardonr 150 Mayflower J80 4QPHarpersUnrpers Bnzar 425 liriiers Urtund Tiblo 2 50 K Y World rlU 175 ijNfunsevs Magazine 185 McOluros Magazine 180 Review of Reviews 800 New York Weekly Tnbuno 12IN y Trice a Week World 165 lrj nk Leslies Popular MonthlyS 25 TKo Arena 800 McUaHa Magazine 125 il EtbItir4I Dook of pZt tieuUnrcnt FQEZ AiUUieu rWhtt pleasure la there in lire wthit iit ndachc constipation and Jltlousn tThousands oxporionccathom who could hOmo perfectly healthy by using De Wilts rittlti Early Riser tho famous hut inlls Vatcra A Btovne r TEAyl I70MEN used w to thlnfc fe mats diseases coul l onlybot- reated after 10 call eramina liona by physi cians tread of such treatment kept thousind3o- fmodd vyomest silent about their suffering Theta troducticn of Wine oi caraui has now demonstrated that nindtenthsof all the czsss of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple puro fuiffLJl1eofwu taken Jn the privacy of a wmans ow home Inures quick relief and speedy euro Vomen need not hssltata now Wine of Cardul re 9quires no humiliating ejcamina for anydbeaaeof female trdUblearderedSmenses falling of tha womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them bykeeping LtthepecbjdirecticitstheCCI Advisory Department The Chatttnooc Modlctoo Co CbaJU noocaTeaa WI Uns CarJ MIn sap I use WlnQ or Cardul eztcnslvsry In niypractIcssadflndIIamoteaceit preparation for female troutUs oc = TABLETS 4 UCKEWE PILE OINTMENT CURE mIrG mzA CUREknownBEST REMEDYfor PILES SOLD 131 ALL De1100tsTI 1n tttI Qnrtco fttcmI = Totter SidtKheuin emaThennartingincl 1180Sfhitthflthiliayedbyi nt1Skinvery i caseshavo been permlU1ently cures by it Itta equally efflcietior antIgnipuleschajsped DUeanl21ctsIeboz- hr Cadys Ceadfthoii arejusticondition Tonic endvermirugobttmedicinensuo putnhorse in prime condition Price Uicenta per packs co IELrs CRUKB4LXIt1Teeue orealmiY DROTlJillS M Warrm lt ei 1OkCltr tiymt 110 t