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of WEDDINGSIn ndent we rise to remark that Dame Rumor ays that we are to have two weddings in this neighborhood iu the near future Neither has yet been officially announced ut both are regarded as reason ably certain to occur some time during the wrly spring By one of the events the community is- o losofrom its social circle one of its most popular young ladies whose intended lives in a central Kentucky town The other events to unite a popular young couple who have long b2enswee hearts and who in their married life will as heretofore be popular members of Springfields Isn GOOD RIDIYANCErf one is +iito judge by the a iions ot some of the officers in Marion untr iIi regard to the escape of the six prisoners from the jail at this place after having been sent over here for safe keeping it Wbuld appear that the disap pearance of the prisoners is regarded as a good riddance On the day after tho jail delivery havingdisPother road went to Lebanon with the intention of enlisting some of the Marion officials who hesurposed would be more than willing in the pursuit of the fugitives But it was not to be The worthy Marion officials re ceived Mr Smiths appeal tor assistance in recapturing their own county prisoners with a reg ular Klondike stare and it is said some of them went so far as t6 intimate that it was a good thing they were gone as the cqunty would then be well rid of a troublesome lot Mr Smith and the officers from VIe had traced three of the men to the knobs country but being un familiar with the land they were unable without some assistance jto proceed any further with tfitf pursuitV DECIsIONThe case IMPORTANT I of Springfield DepositIBank for back taxes which was decided in favor of the town in Circuit Court here last week is of considerable importance The banks here like others through out the state have refused 4pay state county and municipal taxes pending the final Decision of the courts on that point The Court of Appeals of Kentucky has decided that the banks of the state shall pay taxes on their capital stock the same as any other corporation or individual but the test case has been taken to the United States Court and will be taken to the Supreme Courtbf the United States before the matter will be considered as finally settled lit the meantime the attorneys for the town of Springfield thought it best to get a judgment for the amount of taxes due for the year 1894 in order to prevent the statute of limitation from being applied by the defendants If the courts decide that the banks must pay ufes it will bo quite a help to throughouttth6 state The taxes due the town of Springfield from the two banks here will amount to about ooV iFARMERS AND FERTILIZER ii The lecture given byJMr A b VlgNair who is traveling through tho country advertising the virtues pt potash as a fertil izer was full of information of value to farmers There are very few fanners in this imme diate sectionvrho know anything about the proper use of commer cial fertilizers and indeed it is safe to say that there is not one farmer in ten in the county who ever used a pound ot fertilizer on their farms In their UvesTi Some say that Washington county land does not require itthat it prpduces good crops Jvithopt it but experiuucoof othorslin other localities does not bbSf outIi such a theory There is no land so good that it cannot be im proved by the intelligent Use of fertilizers Farmers in other counties and some we know of in this county have tried forth izers in their crops and the ex periments haye always proved profitable Especially iis this true of tobdcco Tobacco land that is now produces well in this county but in localities where the ground has been worn a good USOIofThe fact is farmer does nOt give the study of his business the proper attention and iistoaprono to let things on the farm run along in a slipshod fashion whereas to be up to date he should study every improved method that goes to help him get the best yield possible for ndlsomucounties in this state have what they term Farmers Institutes rwhere all of the new methods in farming are discussed and many valuable hints given to farmers It would be a move in the right direction for the farmers of this county to organize and do some thing of that kind for their mu tual benefit and improvement Children and adults tortured by humps scalds iijuriex mzeuia or skin diseases DoIgreatpile remedy Vuters A ICOlht1iug Sin Drownel tthere was a certain Methodia minister named Broayj who took charge of a nw circuit atd called together the stewards of the churches toatalk over a plan of campaign against satan and his imps Things proceeded very satisfactorily for 11ttI while until Mr Smith lemarked Bro Brown when you come to Rehoboth I wuli advise that deal ligl tlv with the liquor tat and be gives us 850 a Year Then said Steward Thompson That reminds roc that when you oomd to Ebenez r you bud best bear ndn too hard upon dancing for Brother Gilchrlst has tive fine gals and they all wilt dinco and he gives us 50 a year One thing brings up another and when you cooce to Antioch you had better be chary how you handle lying for brother Arm stead is given prevarications but he is wotfderfully georous with his money if you dont make him mad remarked Steward Robinson Andso each advised against some particular sin pntil the minister in holy terroriexclatmed Why Brothels one rtpr an other you have advised me not to preach against every sin in the decalogue arid what in Beayens name is left for nie to do Oh It said Brother Ridout a little driedup old man who bad not yetspoken Brother Brown you just preach agin the Mor mons they aint got one friend in the county v A Narrow Kxcape Thankful words written 13 Mrs Ada E Hartof ONtOD S DIltl taken with a had cold which settled on iny lungs cough sat In nnd flnally torn lmt ed In coauinptlou Konr doctors gnco mo up saylnirl couM live but airlti- me I gave inpself up lo ray Sapor determined If I could not stay vrilu my frlonda on earth I would meet tnyuh Bontonos nbovo My hushaud wcskd vised to poi Dr Kings New DlsuoVJ v for construptibn COUtS nnd colds 1 It a trial took In nil eight bottles Jt ban cured me and thank God I an saved and now a well end happy woman Trial bottles free at Bayarlo cfcHobertcor drugstore Regular size and lfXf Guaranteed or price refunded The receipts of tobacco at Owensboro sbow decided gains in business the y ear jJAst closed over the former one T 0Alter uslnRn 10 cent trial sizo of Klys rrVulin liilm yro wilt lJofurr to btiytho 60 cent slzoi f roain Balm has no equal In curing catarrh ansi told in head tusk yourdrntijlst for It or tend 10 bents tosus ELY BROS Warren St N Y City- I suffered with catarrh three yeats It got bad Iocild not work I used twot bottlps ot Kiyn Cream Balm and am now entirely woll wnnlcl ilot Jlo witliout It A CClark 341 Sluuririut Avo Boston ttU U t tt t Ut itii 15 WITH oUR 4V I t rrJiwRs= r r NoUcessteck seed or grain wanted or for sale or ccharRe Inserted io this col umn FltEE or CIUIHJE Fiirmnrs arc quested to send In stock or crop horns IJr liIliCZtt1OflV Seed oats oats in silent corn wheat and mUch cows for sale W H Stoy- ttVDont bold your tobacco untili ttho new crow has advanced enough to in sure a largo yield It will surely causa a fall in prices The latter part of April will be long enough to hold The Weed t tttCL 6 P Cecil SOld to H L hay- ward for a St Louis party the hlaok c trotting mare Monotta five years oldeGambetta Wilkes dam Nectar and- sIbybay filly two years old by Garnbotta dam Idem bothfor 1000 a Danvlllo Advocate illReports from different portions of the Olarksville tobacco district state that anV unusually largo number of IIBeederI to set out five times as much tobacco as should be grown to be well attended to IlHOwsreports that a considerable quantity hCingluledI fjonaivo Sumatra tobacco nnd it i also stated that the change ie made without discovery by the dealer of public Canadian JournalIj FVIIt Is repotted that a now pest calSsd the screw worm is playing havoc with sheopand hogs in various parts of the i state It is produced bv a little fly entering the oars and noses of the ant malejznd depositing cggswhich batch in a fet days und the animal is eaten up by the worms t t t Harry Berry reports an anomalyin Ithe lamb lino at Mrs Alc rkson Beaver creek in Barroimounty Horn vouches for the fact that a ewe on the 14th of February gavo birth to a lamb and on tho night of February 23tht ushered into tho world two more All are well and hearty and bid fair to jiJ f grOw to shoepdom Glaso w TunosI txII1IM Freitag the Belgian horse bUY er11 boonpas dperatingjntbe IU8I gras districts of Kentucky shipped inCll1dlngjlaj consignment refer once to conformation anti quality will 1IntroducUun No doubt longer exists About that big tobacco faclory for Louisville Op ThursJay Building Inspector Tilford granted building permits to the Na tional Tobacco Works and tho AmorI lean Tobacco Company to erect a faa tory at tho southeast corner of Seventeenth and Broaaway for a five story structure and on an adjoining lot per mit to build a two story warehouse the cost to IJe 870000 Ihe oopaoity of the factory which is an addition to the present National Works will be 175000 pouhHs per day Rev E ICdwaril paslorof tins KngUxli Itiiptist Cliurrh QtMiiHTHVille Pavhon MiilferioK with rhotiinaiUin was mivinod to trv ChHitibcrialnn Pain Bikini lie nys A fcw ipliiillon of tln llnl moot proved of urcut porvire to me Jt Hulidiud the Inflammation anti relieved tile pain Hboulirany sutlVroi profit byjJ giving Pain Itnl lill It vilL ihns Jue For tfulo iiy liaydon ft Uobertben Jrflfl El1itturkillPlettttii trIes run amiable down street news butcher who manipulates tbo second edition off ttte Falcon each weelr alVeiuptod to discuss las1issuethe attempt wai a dismal failure the news butcher being unahlf to reliayo iho stupidity of the thoughts advanced by oven picturesque lying HP she or ii ought tp confine himself iiersBlf or itself to murdering news Tor second edition of the Patcou awl snaring innocent people Will pumpkin seeds because beyouo that he she Iitis lost Nov elr monkey with the things you dont understand Get out Scat Marion Falcon CVIJtTb Tcou Veenlouchlti- a di9 a wek1iIu month a JcarT Dr tbolIcough TheToxtan tbe no dlbV of U Ij liaspureil nuiiiyt others equiillv sorbrfti rgghstis h11tU5a ouruil q EvJ LiSAtiERfi a yuar HILISBORO UJm9Mreen a letter horn here I sendhyou a few linesV MrTom Moll 707 and sistergero the quests of the Misses Nanans Saturday and Suincypat Fenwick Mr Ktirl Dudseon has return i ed home from New OrleanspMiss MoUe Shew maker qn tar JtanodPearJWilliamiMc Will Leachman who hasSboen quite sick iis convalescent y Mr Lucian Gregory and wife Entertained their many friends Wednesday night in honor of MISS Georgie fllwiigCDrS J Smoclc and wife were cv1silSundaylast wDtedatbFebtheg aged about sixty yesrs and was baried Friday in the Hillshorp cemetery In early life she betcame a mem bar of the lihurchexpmplarv walk and godly conver ation exemplified the boauty oTtl life consecrated to Christ I have boon afllictod with rhonmnts n for fourteen yenrrAnd nothing emodmto pivo nnj relief I was able to bo l around oil the time Jbilt constantly sufMtaring I had tried everything I hear of Slid ut Int watt told to try Chain btxrliilns 1ain helm which I hid and was InuncdlHtoly relieved sad Inn short time was cured I am happy to say that t it has tint ulnco rottIrncdJosh Hd nr flerinahtownCd1or Baleby liaydon t Itobtrtsoni in LftFFER OV 1KAXCHI FOR IIn SLEI pursuant to tho directions this day regularly made andentered by the Board of Trusteest of the tovn of Springfield wo the nn dersigned committee therein natnuoT will offer 6r sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the franchise or privilege of erecting maintaining fandin the town of Springfield KSald franchise or privilege will bo offered at the time place and as sot out InIdetail in said ordinance which reads as follows iIi The Board ijf Trustees of the Town of of Springfield Ky do ordain as folloWsISECTION That tho franchise orI privilege of building maintal g d operating aiystem of watCT works in the town of Sprlnfeld y or adja cent thereto for twent years and yunnlng pipes and running and locating mains and other appurtenances thereof Ion the streets and alloys of said town a offered for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand at the f Court House door in said town of Springfield Kyon the 14th day oftt IlJjIto thiaBoard at a meeting thereof to i be hold on tho 30th day of March 1893 the plan in detail upon which said bidder proposes to build and maintain stud system and tbe charges notox cecding which said bidder Iin wiillngto I bind himself to fnrniqh water to town anti the citizens thereof saidI together with the time terms and conditions upon which said town may Ir acquire ownership of the whole of said system should it o desire SRC 3 That boforo offering said franchlso or privilege as aforesaid the committee boreiuattor appointed shall advertieo the time nnd place thereof by publication in not less than one issue of each of tIe papers now pub liahed in wild town and by printed no ticos posted up in at least five places tlnextfranchise or privilege is to bo for sale and said olrercdII make this ordinance a part of paid publication npd noU esVSEe 4 That CJllaydon AnH Tf Noo be nntl they are hereby appointed bOtO1inbOfOlo 1l to carry provisions ordinanceVSEC 6 The Board of Trustees re servo the right to reject any and all bids that rimy be made or offered for said franchise or prlviiogo A il SCUULTZ iOhmII R Thompson Clerk B T S VOVJIIYDONp Jf It Non om February 28 1898V i J i Tile Hurt Ju Criij t tlirc There is no use utforiuig from this Irsioiaful mnlady If you will only get tho right remwly You an having pjtlu ill through yoiit body yiliir liver is ont of order lithO no appetite no Ufo or nmhitlon Imvo a bail tvilli In fact are eomplctoly used up Klontrlj Ultton tlu only remedy tltat jvlll felye you prompt mitt sure relief They iut di really on yoqr jjlyor stqiunoli and hid nays tone up the whole system ndI makevou feel llko r new bolnj They ire undranteod to cure or price refunded For sale at llaydou A IiqbortCnocily 50o per bottlo Mddytl3trOlht eM4GllsL krtl hold af jyal in VFJjitus- villa commencing April3 fREDCRIGHTOWN IFom Oar Special l Correspondent Mrs M Li Connor has cUsrd sneDIIItheSprthgtiehlI Miss Katy Riedel one of our- opular young ladies left for lnterlBairs rofessionVMiss UalHe Oroake has re turned home after a pleasant visit with Miss Mantle Herrittat amuels StaliQn Mr ErnraefWathen of Louis ville was the guest of bis sister Mrs Claudia Wheat ley Jaslwetik Several friends of Mr and Mrs- harles Wneatley witnessed the te ing of the two tow arri vals at their home last Friday oruiiig Miss Mary Wheatley god mother for the little irl Mary Oma and Miss Nettie OBryan for William Orville Many wishes are expressed that may be spared to the de- gbted porentS and that pros erity may ever be theirs MrA Cecil made a flying rip to Louisville last weekV Mr Sam Aubrey an old and respected gentleman of ibis com unlty died last Sunday trorri ing and was buried at St Rose onday mbrni 1 iMeMonday for Illinois to make that statehis future home DIED Oil Monday or any other iaV tho week vitn Putnams Fadeless Uvos goods will not fade either Ijysim Hpht or washing Sold by Waters LJrowne f piV TENW16K CorrospondcntIweatherV arid our people are getting ready for tho crops andt indications are to a much larger acre agepf tobacco than common Miss Maggie SmIth ono of our succesful teachers organ zed and began a subscription school l atFrederictoVynMonday Mrs Horace Litsey of Har airis Ghapel neighborliopd wjas called to Louisville Friday td see Jier sister Mrs Lou Hudgins Ii ilvhO has been hopelessly ill for monthsVMiss Mallie Rayrbourne began very promising subscription jl school at this place Monday Several teachers are taking all normal course under her Hon preparatory to and Juno examinations instrUCjj IPiqt M D ontgom trip to Texas Saturday interests of Bixlers Business College wascaIiedttoiossV I1lr and Mrs William Fenwick of Hardins chapel Mr and Mrs J Nally and Mrs Ben F Fxjnwick were guests at the old Feuwick homestead Sunday IMr Charles TV Logsdon andII wife were guests at Mr V ill Adams Sunday isI IlecJ M Smith t poincninication and others r01nIII grants to Florida gives the wholesome advice to Other yon thejclanclII preference and gulik issed land of Florida Miss Rosie Rogers Is visiting her causirt Miss Carrie Cham pion at Manor House thiswbCLI rUss Anna Nally is at home after a weeks pleasant visit ut SpVingfiold Mrs ThosL Simms is cOn valescont and Mrs Sallie A Fouwick is thought to be out ofl immediate dangerV Mos Alex Thompson alter a vorvj pleasant visit to Fenwick returned to liar homo at Freder icktown Friday Miss Calhe Smith of Bear Wallow was the guest of her uncleV J M Smith last week She will take the Normal course under the instructions of Miss Mtillie Ruybournei A new milling firm Riley Foster have located their siw mill on tho farm of Thos J Nally near Fenwick and will fill a longlelt want in that neigh borhood Sidboys at Madisohyillei bivebeetiqtderedo keep them sdvesinVbrst class trim for fiutt GJlIE wideawake basinoss man through the columns of the buyers LRADER reacljbe v farm era and canII t BEST ADVEBTiaruo MEDIUM u Jt u WI ARE tt ri t cVhfl1BfRS fr v 4V J f fArIH roo it WfIft tt j See our stock and you will at once recognize this factiWe give you the largest stock lo Eelect from VIthe Latest Spring Styles and can fit any toot can Rive you any wuItany last you may desire We show alt col Iors variety of prices from 75c a pair tO5 Inourhigh grade Ladies and Children shoe we make k specialty of ZIEGLERS FINE SHOES They are tho be3t made j Pi they fit they wear they have style to them Wbl hget 1ff in no other makeV t 1sa1eone Pair JEoJtbernTheyhavetrviufind iu no ojher make Prices 3 00 4 00 and 5500t Full JbeftWe have neary cleaned out all odds and ends but what we have left of them we will continue to sell fur half priceVLarge assortment of Infants Soft Sole Shoes in aH colors No trocble to show shoes eeathen I Mc hord oberfsoiii1 MlUD From Our Regular Correspondent MisresAunie Jones and Susiea Moore nre visiflng Miss Lizzlet t Humpbrev in Nelson Miss Kate Hustcu is spending a few days with jjer brother Mr Edrf Elusion al this place On Sunday FebSGlLu death visited the home of Mr and Mrs G W Thomas and took from them their youngest child Jlttlei Ktizabelh agediseveateen months The iDterment took place at the Camp Ground cemetery Tne pall bearers were Misses Susie Moore Maytie Andrews Annie Jones and Josie behau Misses Stella Yakeneid and Ctirrio Settles have returned frora BSizibetht Jvvn and Bards town Mr Iko Green of Fredriclctown visited one of our fairV vouug girls Sunday evenjng IMaud is oil a boon but will bel booming more than ever vhenI we get the Louisville and South ern train running thrQu hhereI Wont it savethe boys lots of dimes they are now spbndjng fur 1ASTATE NEWS Fire at Bowling Green caused a loss of 15OO- OLouisville people have incorporated for the purpose of cqnj 11EdQ10nsOn his soninlaw Whittaker in GarI rard county died of bis injuries sustainedf IIIchpols Reform 8100 000 appropriated by the Legislature The Mt Sterling Gzlttea Republican paper has an edi tonal booming Circuit Jude J E Cooper for the Democratic nomination for Governor The banking business Is floui ishinir at Now Castlrt The Local says The general cnndiuon oq the thank of New Castle is at present better than for many preceding years The deposits luring the past thirty days have increased more than 12000 with bright prospects for a still great inqrease in the futureiThere are improvements ahead for Columbia The News says The Columbia Mill Company has sold over 100000 feet of lumber in the last three weksVThis lumber has been bongatby oudge W W Jones Coffey Nell Hughes and John N Conover The former will erect business houses on thesquare the latter hotel All ho buildings are to ig be brick Amos IRiggsi was sentended to hang at Maysv jle on Mav 0 for the murder of the Doyds Only two new cases of small pox at Midulosboro The Knox county quarantine has betn raised Eight npgroe3 and two white men were severely whipped at Paducah by a vigilance committee and forced tOleave town The Jessamine conaty flscft ftP court purchased seven turnjikesVn1 made them free Only t Ci11 tQlll roads remain inlhe couuiy M T Henderson has begun1 the publicatlonofr Rejpubiicaa newspaper called the GotdenTfira at Owensboro Tbe Republican comoiittee lRf Crittenden county is called to meetat the court housain Msriouj on Mtfnday March 14 William Overton was danger ously hurt Frankfort the otb r day while assisting Arsenal Ipe1i er Dixon in firing ICQ guns com memorativd ofV Robert Emme pursuant to a ilouse resolution Overtons hands were blown off lone eye wasblownuoutndbri was badly burned Arsenal KooreiDixon lost a thumb and was severely shocked The Middleofthetbad PoPUiVV lists of the first congressionatV district held a caucus at Raducah thotberdaydeclared allegiance to the Omaha and St Louis plat forms denounced tie Goeb lelection bill and palled a con pressional nofninatingcdnveniion to meet at Princeton May 10 Glasgow Times During the recent cold spell tie Matnmoth I Cave Hotel was discovered at aC i late hour to be on hre AS the fire started between the weather boarding oo the first floor and had gotten to the third Hoor ba fore it was discovered it was ria easy matter to extinguish thp flumes It was such a close call that the men did not have time to put on their clothes so their tformed tTftelnselves into a fir companyand it took them about iwo hours to get control of the flameii Tnere was a large force 10f hands there at the time asu had gathered there to put up ice The weather was the coldest we hdve had this year but none of the men and women V waited to put on their clotnesff l but fought as if their lives cle pendedon putting out the flames 3 pa 33 SH IlSCrOne of Americas most fa g 44Scto jl saysgg Scrofulous children are often g beautiful children but they m lack nerve force strong bona m stout muscles and power to Iresist disease For delicate W n children there is no remedy IcquaItoV 1i Scotts 1 of Codliver EmulsionE I lphosphitcs ot Llmc ana Sosia v g It fills out the skin by potting g goodfleshbeneatlift Itnufce i thechWcs red yma11ar fa blood It atuaa appetite g for food and fhrcc tt Wif f O power enough to digit JiU It r s ft sure yov gctCOTl Em- It talan IIsocandI i1druth5 kSCOTT OttnUttl Ntw Ya eeseuetsssesssssr f r- I 1i 7 w rii 1i NEWSLEADER 1 5LTHEt eLJDAVISbN JR r b vC c THURSDAY MARCH 10 1898 DEVELOPMENTS in the war sit iwtionHave beencDming fast wfy jn ttiepast week There jyetMainet lards nod boththis cojntry and Sjajtt have begun active prepar ations for war Negotiations have been opened for a number t warship and Captyin Browns n or the navy hasbeen de tall d to go to France f examine t vessels now building with a view to thoir purchase Jchegreatest ScUvitypjQvaHs iin the navy aLd ftira artmenis and the prapar atipps for putting the coutrv on a wurfoohog are befcg pushed wHhiincreased energy The WaBniofflon navy yard is wcrkj ing day and night with three bhifts oft men All troops have 4 been ordered to be ready to move AVO hours notice vs Vlth a great burst of patriotic i fflhuslasni 4he nationall house of Ia represoottttivcs passed the bill JtppropriatiUg a war fund of 50 000000 bra inanimojs vote The roll call showed ail yeas wid no nays Evary reference 10 Cubarwas a signal for appl 4I 4 and the greatest enthusiasm uspI It hUe i when the passage of thcI 1 was announced The bill was 6trfedlately sent to the senate liro iit was refeired to the ap 1 propriaiiona c mmtteebilit is reported that the United tates has purchased of BrazilIax 4 tie dynamite gunboat Nithetroy ttie roost formidable dynamite t1 vessel ever constructedof j I English newspapers confirm t thcrroporl tthat Spain has bought i untI tor others She has six torpedo catjbeSx Spanish Cruelty Cola yl have wriltnelsewhere about maSteat t jjmd its environs and do not care return to thatharrowing subr whatteverattthoritresrthey were brought thero to die and they diedrThey were all women and child r the children haSerGot the qew Cuban generation which is thus extirpated forever wIthi possibility of renewal f Has there been no change ofs policy for the better under tHan oof I asked Yes in name jiaUl my interlocutor but itthtact everything goes on muahe vthe same these people are notLar Otoly starved but outside of Bas KDI they arealso cut up WiLt the machete burned and tort I uretl The idea seeems to boIJ since it has prQvel impossible to cor quer the rebelsin the field j this of MiFiyic has been limited to the span WStteir r Ire dead there will be no pros ptrity to inherit ttheir patrimony Whether or not Spain is forced 10 Withdraw from the island in a few sears there will be no Cub ans in it It will be populatedI cy manewoihr countries We may have whatever satisfaction can be de rived from the reflection that i wing to our negligence our extraordinary respect fur inter xiaUooai courtisies a whole pe badnfid within ninety miles oi the tc thSSxterminted with cruelties such as have been unknown in Christ illSrJulian Hawthorne in Colliers Weekly Hero and fibre At a church in Scotland m where there was a popular call tp candidates offered to preach of the rimes of Adam and Low Mr Low preacheb iin the morn fog and took forpis txt Adam 4where art thou He itnade a most excellent discourse and the lidngregation was much edified To the evening Mr Adam preach eclaand tool for his eext LoE Jiere I awl lhe iimpromptu and his sermon gained him tl-iedi churchr = r t yourhatr T fttiT Ie ii lscjaufserrwyofasJng ttrgnf Forgreen tnt ns growng Yap out HAKEluir grow by asmg Jlyd r1 4cth n 4Or IiISB PEPSIICONgTIPATI 5 5T Frankfort News T II II II i 1 Wl2IlL Special to the NEWSLEADER FnotRANKFOItTSenator McObord maddone of the cergawesti9rat useforwitnessed udncesIlbe Jumemberssee stimedCcatthelmostI duced during the term of the presentGeneral Assembly When he fawastendance ats caucus on the bill the Senator from Washington reajzad that he was at his ropes end It was a matter of regret with many members that the freight rate bill should have thatitlion most members thought buV oecause its framer was so earnest untiring in his advocacy of land Senat3r McChord has but to t the stamp of his approval on measure to make it an acceptable 8ct with numerous members but as iI scid the circumstances seemed suddtnly to develop agahSt the bill which he bad pursed with such unceasing care ITo tell tie truth this session is about to narrow down to a have genItlemIn diner words the important ls that bva passed both Houses safely are under the veto now or have been stair ped with the ban leaving but the Bronston prison bill a surety outIt all the mazes uf wouldbe leg islation which has been introduced iin tIt two branches How fortunate that the Gov row Lncat d all the lawmaking bodies i in t work in perfect harmony d party strife and bickerings kept out of the deliberations of the solons To these things y be attributed tbe failure ofr the major part of the needed medial legislation expected off this General Assembly The passage of the Bronston son commission bill over tbe Governors veto by both Houses s inaugurated a scramble for the three commissionerships created and the candidates for th Tet ift and furious speed There tir piewho would like to fall heir to theseer so many not announced wh iiif e Just as anxbus to serve the ate in this capacity The can did ates conceded to be formida bleare J Mk Richardson GlasI w Henry George of Graves county T M GcodnightFrank IIDi Wui Cromwell and J E les Frankfort H R Ware d W E Moore ot Bourbon county J HiL ewitt Louisville tnPerrLexingtonattd Green Swabgo of Wolfe feoUnty The Goebtl election bill will be returned from the Governor Thursday with a vigorous veto essage accompanying it Gov Bradley has already begun this arduous labor and the document will be voluminous in sizer He will hold the bill constitutionalil and point out other materiaTdeInn fects Tbe opposition says it s the promise of ten Democrat votes in the Senate against e election measure and that this with the tlevtn Republican votes will be sufficient to lay the Ij timed bill on the cooUngI I board The line of action haIsp been mapped put by both sides and it is to be a battle royal over the final passage of the bill Then against iit will try to delay action while the frIends of the Goebel act say its prospects arei very roseate and thit no other c bills will be considered while it Langs in the balducee This ought to prove the busiest Iweelrt work and alt kinds of it to beC one beforn the assembly can adjourn But be it said to the credit orthe members they are showing a willingness to clear the calendars for final action oni all unfinished business Besides the aft3rnoon sessions eightt meetings will doubtless be held after the caucus of Thursday night 10 name the three prison commissioners The rush of passing bills at the close of the bodys stay Is usual on accouut of the number of bills that have been heM back up to this time The officers who are Just now enjoying the grazing on the reel political pastures hicb lie in an an 0dMtedurpation The officials elected I the life of the present state ministraltoi have omployrdI dge W H Holt to test the con tutioriality of the Bronston Wlt1It wu placed on the shelf but its ramerand iudorser ys it is as sound as the silver dollar heswears by 7 One neednt go far in this town ortheccnversion who bt1iqves the ba11e1snipperfect babel of talk dn the re suit of the Havana investigation which greets ones ears each eveningr after the sessions in tbe tw tOoThe bottom of the sea is stretyndr with mysterfe3 many of them tragic indeed but rarely has Lth ere been catastrophe so dire or a mystery so deep as that which stunned the people of the nation in dispatches from Ha va ua last Wednesday morning two weeks ago A naval disaster almost without precedent in pro portions has confounded thevis io 1imrestrained the unwise from bab bli ng thair conjactutes many oor which were hurtful to our cause Th 13eebravely but it will not be contitttent till the sea shall not only have given up its dead but the secret which caused their awful iinterment With this feeling uppermost oar people are not to be blamed for taking more than passing interest in the international horror nor the House censured for passing jingoistist solutions calling for the free do so Rldiersrase of war etcv etc all the etc s quite warlike in tenor Speaking ot the disaster add little else has been spoken of here in fdle hours recently IILci heard an old soldier say last hursday that he was quietly enrolling the names of 5000 cked men from the Old Com monweallh who are to offer eir services to the Presidentt neetled for the forecasted war with Spain This old man showed oiethe names of 240 men and they wpre the kind who fear ne Spitherw Leouldoppressive for the Spanish and alll thdother mongrel sons of the foreign queen that there would be a stampede before tbe discharge of the second volley Tbe volunteers are indeed great soldiers acd well known and they are in deadly earnest To QDmmlUf As an honest reniody Fbloys lionoy and Tar does hold out false hopes In advanced stages but truthfully clalins to xivo comfort fliRt rollufln tho cry worst cases and In the early slages to effect a cure nn don t Robertson abEvUqDderlult and refrcalilnff to tho tasicact gently ooc1aclplIalngOiin licadnclic fovcr habiliml rnnttlptlbn and blllousnos PJcaso buy anil try n box of CCCtotbiyIO2Weent HoUlood gtiarnuteed to cure by nil cmpBiits i u A bill ha been introducedI in the Massachusetts Legislature providing that Jnp person shallI ice or maintain within 500 feet of State highway or of a park way or boulveard an advertising sign or a picture off a poster in tedded as an advertisement if the superficial area of the said advertisement either by litself r in connection with others placed within twenty feetof it- xceed ten feet square MonrscncHH lpadi onto serious irritation of tnn throat nutS may end liv a niikltifc riuqutuugcoub Di Uolls Ilno Tar Honey will quicHly lear tlio throat und leuvo tho voice clear fiinooth It is an infallililo rnineuy for coughs and colds and nil disorder of tho throat and Ittnga UitIl druggists sell it 25c Tnd Senate confirmed Gov Bradley nomnatlons of Dr J Mv Mathews and Dr George T Fuller to be members of the State Board of Health but held u the nomination of Dr W S ONeal There l An remedy Jito Ilerbino bendIIOlflkln eruptions If Vn want a per f notTiflppointIforfoIUe for Fifty Clots Guarnniootl tobacco hiilt cure maUt weak aieastroaj pare it AU arctsJU I Cancer 0 the Breast r A H Crausby of 158 Kerr St wifedpai l Ioped ofItoholes jf be ad ess Ga pronouscecher New York specialist then treat ed her but she con tinued to grow worse that and when inlormedJ gave the case up Someone then asj and though little hope remained she begun it and an improvement was no ticed The cancer commenced to heal and when ate had tnkeu several bottles appearedentirely t dfs and seT era years have elapsed not a sign 01I the disease has ever returned A Real Blood Remedy SSS guaranteed purely vegetable iis areal blood remedy and never fait cure Cancer Eczema Rhenmatism Scrofula or any other blood disease Out books will mailed e to any Specific SwiftI Atlanta celebrated both hopeless tnmmended although The commissioners appointed by Gov Bradley to arrange for the launching of the battleship Kentucky have decided to go to Newport News w thhich22 at 1 p m The Governor afad isstaff will go in full uniform A Mlflc MiufHe ofacfluith lie nIisremedy taken In tmo will stop iho thogresscolor bark to tho pallid check Drug gists sell it Fire in the plant of the Falls City Manufacturing Company at 229 Seventh street Tuesday night caused a loss of 5OOO William fDuffy of thebalvage Corps was run over at Saventb anti Mali reets and seriously injured EPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK jeOFrAt In tlioSUtoof thosontvNOnEaO cmQ SWOverdraftsR Bonds to secure circulation 87OOC 102MOOJiankiu tituresDue from National Banks not lie IKISGSDao1910041Notesliactionaland cents 7705 wruLMoYzTItsSsLfl 11LE Vrzbeciei1318l5gaitender j 1482315 Redemption land with U 8 1 reas- urer5 percent of circulation 168760 Total3301341 a rcrin thrpius1000000Undivided 821712National 00Duo27Due83Individual11025069Time fo i4labilities other than thoso stated paboTotAIt230ISf81 iia STATS orKKxrucKT or WAID iNOTOX5I Cashier of the above na med bahk do solemnly swear that thefc ove statement Is true to Jite best of knowledge and belle usF AC MCELROY auhior JSubscribed and sworn to before me th 5ll4th day of March J A BOCLWJUE N P W IM Kyca ConnscvAttestfiSIDNEY GREEN 1JOHNt Whooping cough In the niost dlstraw in acgHhortby tho use oJ Ono Minute Curt which In also tho bed 75c CoughIIIIodis for coup and dllullglunit troubles Waters Hiowne Our Qrett Barealns 500 iITS FOR S2t1 g Bops JIdcnU SUits Sires 3 to 15 wlUji extra pair of pants 23 yotsi Iwhhout Pitlerc JI A REBUKE hni Rowdy Passenger antI the Meek SalvationArmy Lad We were a trio of commercial t eastern travelers houses representing variousII thewestIwere engaged in that delight cf delights toyourlrnebiu hdtuD rneryaro spinoJDr the bo and shoe man had just concluded Qi a good joke end the laugh had hardly died away when we BendJ boarded the train and entered the smoker was a broadshouldered man ful ly SIx fei It and built ia Polotion But withph what a facEI That face was enough to convict its owiier of all tie crimes on the calendar With his bat pulled down well on his face he loung ed down the aisle like a Western desperado The train bad hardly traversed a mile when tbe nature of the man proved itself as ugly as his vicious phiz His first aat was to put down every wiudpwjn the carand it waA midsummer with the car stifling tof r beamand cigarsmoke The conductor oaring in a few min utes later promptly raised UsLed windows again remarking that some peope must have water jin their veins instead of bloodJ This so angered the big man at he jumped up and with an oath said See here I put down them windows Havent Iajfght to have my comfort Yes but not rat the expense others replied the conductor ot at all ruffled With a muttered imprecation e brute sat down coward stamped all over him At Por P ja Salvation Army officer came in quite a young fellow about twentyfive years of age He had hardly taken a seat and the tlain started when our woulibe bully bad a go at him He sali ij The countrys come to strange things whO our religona man aged by monkeys dressed in soldiers clothes Apparently no one heard him Hypocrite TIns brought a stare from 1leverybodyexcept from the ob ctet whom it was aimed Get ting no answer he strode lot 0 e aisle and launched inoir dUves that would have rouse a sain to anger a the midst of a cursing tiyp rade against the Salvation Army In general and the younger of cers in particular something happened A blue sleeve seemed to cleave the air a busel off tive on one end of it and a sturdy shoulder at the other The big ully was seen stretched over two seats and as quiet settled down once more a calm voice as heard remarking When you again undertake to brow beat a SalvationArmy officer or e cause he represents firstI make sure that he is not a reform ed pugilist Some years later we learned that the young Salvationist hadI ugilistof some repute In Chic Hows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars rowe r any caao of Catarrh that can not bo cured by tutus Catarrh Cure CHENKY t CO Props Eoledo O Wo tho undersigned have known F Cheney for tho lIsit 13 years and be him perfectly honarablo In all bus iness transactions and financially able to rry out any obligations made by their t Trunx Wholesale PrugRUtsit Toledo U Walding Klnnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O laiIli Catarrh Curn U taken Internally ting directly upon tho blood und mucous surfaces of the ayntcm PriceI per bcttlu sold by alt druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARKRaagf t r Which Saves you 4 Bc Profits U KetpecE oCTTT t f romlmpotloJWool oIrtortTUIorkI irmerly5goLeslies GUSTOS 2KDS TpR3ERh S 16RatdlsACirouiTl gGtsararted1rsy or VorttrJ ontal niale H btrstNirylr J with Imrwrtnl aol rtc Wit ot Cut nTailor manrfr ciocot dupllca it yocr town lor fli00 Sus34Iu42 The urn JtfcrYoulh ij iill to Lonj arU It That TicklingthstasstiyrelIevedFineTnlIQneyn bInflammaUonmombraneaf rZrupropertlesthemostr biI hb aiILaGrippecroupDR Pine TarHoney BTCTywhere J roc The receiptofpricbyorwiltE E 8ntberlM4 C1iinrP4ueab I = IThe rcqulromnnta of a medicine is tho burden of pain and cnro This brings us to the question of a rem edy and Tablera Dnnkeye Pile Qlnt tnont is tho only remedy for blind blcedihRor toorsthlolwtlnato caxeK 60c Haydou AKobert 80q Swine Raising in the south Hog raising in the South is an in dustry that is greatly nrplected While we cnn compete successfully with our nortben brethren in this lline it is overlooked by all aliki Moat 6tl our farmers proclaim tthat wo cannot raise Sufficient of grain with which to latteli ours etick Thia lathx greatest t draw buck it is a feet and has been proven b t fhatneed as much grain us colder climates as hQgs thrive better g treensubject to disease than when felon solid grass In our mild cimito we can raise numerous crops at almost no expense winch can be turner intop rk f have in my lots or pastures fiflceni pijjswhicli are nine months oliIi when ten months old I eApect kill thorn roc iving in return mv trouble an average weight 165 pounds each These pigs hive not entei anon ornc to pay for two of them at lour cents u pound They htiyo been r jumpkinstpeckled VAYou could liutvosold fJioC putat oes for enough money to buy you r meat I repliedhJ have n hun ti red bushels of yams fur sale if 3bu want any call andgct rid cf themj The potatoes mentioned were a acre anil a half wilds I planted e ixpresslyi about an at re of peanuts onda8 inuch pUns and some sorghum which with vogatables from the garden alltoldwill nIt cost mp including lIt on bId seed and llabor over twonty five dollars If I had a good artichoke patch on wlich to turn my sows and pfga iin winter I could do even better than this I expect to have oneS 5 it will be profitable to me I have found that scrub stock will not give good returns Louisiana C A K Farm Field and FiresideI itAfterycarsP 11iII w PUTOJI or Knl lllKlIJc lit IWItL8cases such cerqina rsub pimples and obHtlnate sores aro readily curedbv this famous remedy Waters Brownd Tne bill amending the charter of Louisville passed the House and was reported SenateI The House conference commit tee oh tbe Chinn school l book bill has reported that it Ilad oeep unaole to secure a conference Tent Tired Fcrlloc proparaloneluna dealersI JusUan good as Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Syrup whui we know the unequaled merits of thin roat medicine llaydon RobcrtMOn Ews LEADER ti100 a year GASTORIA Por Infants and Children uistvt I w is iPATETIDE6IGNSTRADEMARKS t a pencilKLTCHwillPXAMINLndYrPOI InventoCido QFARIEllmbWFIII4 1S1425 y m WASttJlGTllK Wash ciI f and Embroideries lT We are now showing a new and com plete line of Washrtoods and Embroider leSln 4 Percales Ginghams1JackontsT Organdies t t NkLnfc ks- Nainsooks Swiss V Fine Linens Match ilks Et fThis siected tov pricjygprrery11 We have just completed pur Annual Invoice and bornadeJobs of several lots among them is 15 small size Frock Suits sizes 84 35 and 86 worth froir1 4OneOne lot of Hats worth from 2 to fa choice 35c J Come and see these goods if you can use them they are bar7 g ans and should nt be missed We are offering special inducements in Shoes We are oveRT stocked and they rpuistg therefore the cut Comp inod seeb rand get the ben fit of these low pricesi f tWeare selling Calicos black and brown Cottons Shirtingsil SLI1J 8 etc Qbeaper than they were ever soJdIinihis town We till offer special inducements to cash buyers We thank 6ur parolsa d thq publid 1 or their liberal patronage of the past and solicit youhel CUN1TI1TGBA1ir DUNGXN r jv SK m Ms sW M Il1 I BEN HAYDQX Sn MAXAOKB yc t I j Undertakers and Fnnerai Directors h Lrt U COFFINS ftU CASKETS jp BURIAL t ROBES SS KllDSht FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly dayjj1 v orzsight lI The Cervices of an EXPERIENCEDJ EMBALMER If1 r graduate from a school of embalming have been tngagcd M bHAGANi BLOCK SPRING FJEL Ky l f sroi1 RAi t Y74Ther4 Buggy Phaeton jind Surrey story continued k Phaffi a or printed Surrey GUARANTEE with eachone of the om Reliable i Bnggy4 1 5haveselect fronito Springfield OVOrbrought j Buggy Harness from 600 to 815 lf k 3 Mens Saddles from S600 to 815 g A Boya Saddles from 200 to 9400 g MACHINERY V S 4 I am agent for the De rIng Harvester und Binder Mowers wllfcRakej Etc DeerIng TwIne none better none as good It isBniOtL strong and even and Jong t i S M KARRICK Mf Down Town Below Thompson Hotell tnr r A1r4t P TIfe BIiGkensderfelL Typewriter DUjHBLE PORTABLE INVfNCIBLE PRICE S35OO V Fully Guaranteed Hon can It bo cO tie Simplicity in con and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust anhoneston strictly scientiBif principles and of tbe highest grade material and guaranteed twice as long as the 100 Trust machines Some distinctive features Visible Work Portability Durability Inter changeable Type doing away with ribbon nuisance unvarying kTheHllhesAwardi Sepifor Catalogue and Testimonials u tt MOORE BROS 4iiGENERAL AGENTS 1 tt J5 FAYETTE ST 018 F STN IT BALTIMORE MD WASHINGTON IX 0 w I W w w 4cJITHE NEWLiApi3 NE1SLEADER 1 = ruwivDt ThU3DAT KO C if JnSpJtJHGFIELD iva4SI1CPAI3FPADIMADVAO LpcatorlBuslnosfi Notices 10 cents per of fUo IOrII fit 1ce If nfaui 5 coats orij IiiciiS 5ron t fclly n candidates and i Utlwil nutter I f IrtrZ9brns t 14AXOVPXEt3 w perlici 9bT8r1eJ ind resolutions of respect 8 of Coamiy Magistrates 250 f V Cwpr Officer 500 District Offices 1000 f1i1DENTIST wiid i a JU tontal OpeutloDS Perforaed J fJk C4 + = 4 EET1LErRACTED J g WITHOUT PAINS 4 In Springfield every first Thursday and Friday of each moth 4clliiK OrriCE fusM Fourth AvenuehI 4 1 LOUISVILLE KYc4 lll lift 6ft l HI 40S B CKSSELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i OFFICE HOURS f1t 9tolOAMand7to8rMA OnoE in MoO ord Rcbertson BJdg W F NEIKIRKW ATTORNEYATLAW Go OFFICE with a C lrcClIonDr DIU F R1NEMSRT fopOFFICE HOURS 12 to 2 p mw EVERY DAY i SPHlNdFEELD KY 1IMBURTOH1J I RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED tal WITHOUT PAINtI OFPicEIIagan Dlock over MansfteM l J store- dSPRINGFIELD KY crown and BrWga work i Specially of J AS BRYAN AUCTIONEERJ of 7J LanandStock SaleslaSpecialty L SPRINGFIELD KYg S IIItDRsJ H LAMPTON OFFICEsOVRR CIRCUIT CtBHRS OFFICK J When yon take a litUejj for the stomach sake be sure that you Ret a PURE ARTICLE TilE SUHNTCIDE SALOON 4 Keeps nothing but PURE WHISKIES J PURE BRANDIES I PURE WINES CORDIALS CIGARS AND TOBACCO J F GREENE Prop 0Wa Street Lower End of New Kobcrt son Bulldinsr 4 REUBEN MOCK BLACKSMITH Horse hoeing Carriage Repairing and General B1acksmithin g 4 i All work guaranteed to give satisfaction at the Casey shop SPRINGFIELD KY CdMcateTenr BowI WIlli CWCCZet- CaUietlIr curecenstIpsttofl lonner Is19ca ItCCC fatIdrssistsrffuMeCe Dont annoy others byyourcitugblng x ud risk yemf life by neglecting acold 8Ct and colds eroup grippe and all othlj throat and Junjf ArQub lelo jyaten ftj BroWae f f f t t ABGaJI TOWN = i i i 3 wedneSdayland t the last few days has been a i occasion for garden making and a great many have taken advantage of it THE Tatham Springs manage mcnt havf pnrchas d anew Nap tha launch which has been sent out to be used ftf t1ti pleasure the guests at the spriuj Ibis summer It will ply the placiffi waters of the beautiful Chaplin iis B P Rock eggs for sale 50c foA5 MRS WILSON GREEN Springfield Kyll THE following were given Ii cense to wed by County Clerk Booker this week Jessie Teekf ley and Majisa Barlow BaiIcyt Hardin and MaryVreeling COURT will probably adjoprn this week The grand jury ontt Tuesday last reported a batch ofs thirtyone indictments for yarif ous offences the majority being a misdemeanor charges FRESH bread received every day at Jos A Shaders MR P S BARBER of this bought last Week thirty 1t ead of nice smooth twoyearold at le from Sanders of Marionc county Mr Barber will fendr them this spring on his farm a ear Valley Hil- lNonzEaN Tf seed potatoes and garden seeds of all kinds at Jos Shaders iIs THE new exchange for the- ashington County Telephone is being rapidly fitted up The room over Haydon Rob ertsons drug store has beent rented and t1inew 100key switch board has been put into position The company now has rty or fifty subscribers and ith the new exchangeS great improvement in the service is promised New poles have been put in through the town for then support of the great number of ddt10n wires CIRCUIT COURT L Afair amount of business has disposed of in court this the majority of the cases being of small import i ncelu the criminal division John Hard I colored was tried on he charge of shooting at with intent to kill The jury was un able to agree on the length of t his sentence and could not ren er a verdict John and Henry Hourigan were tried ona charge hog stealing but the case was ir dismissed for lack of sufficient proof George Yocum was also tried on a similar charge and as also acquitted by the jury acob Peterson was given a fine 20 and costs for disturbing religious worship In the suit of the Southern Jellico Coal Company against J Walter Brown the plaintiff was iven a verdict of 1850 Mr rown was allowed as an offset against fho coal company certain- ommissions on coal sold hereI and the amount of the judgment was tho difference between the claim of the coal company and Mr Browns offset and the re uit of the case was reallv a victory for Brown Seymore Sallee was given a judgment against J E Graves for 1885 Oliver Crouch sued C L Price as administrator for 0 S Crouch for money claimed to be due from the sale of a horse Pious Dave and was given a judg ment for 115 In the case of the First National Bank against G T Kim berlain and others in which the bank sought to collect a note to the amount of about 100 the jjury was unable to agree One ot the defendants claimed to never have signed the note The Union National Bank of Louisville was the plaintiffin suit over a note given by J MaI Brown The Court decided note to be void under the sec tion relating to peddlers which toIacross its face the words ped dlers note The words did not appear on the note in question and it was proven that the note was given in payment for cer tain territory in which to sell a patent broomholder A motion and grounds forai new trial in the case of the Cpm monwealth against the Ohio Valley Telephone Company were argued and the motion sus tained by the Court PERSON L Misa Lizzie Rinehart has been very ill Arthur Campbell was in Louisville last week i O D Duncan was In Louisville Tuesday on business Miss Bertha Haydon is visiting friends in Bardstown this week J Ybs Clements of Louisville her ailen 3injj court this week JJohnLouisville Saturday for a short tayICharlie Hardesty has gone to Lou to worK at the barbers trade i Miss Lou Booker has returned home after a very pleasant visit to- rtends at Bardstown tto Mr Mrs W T McElroy re- uried Saturday from a weeks visit with frlendsln Louibyille Miss Rice Thurman will be home e today from West Point Ky whero he has been on a visit to her sister a iMr Richard Ware left Saturday for Lawrenceburg where ho will ppend week with relatives and friends aUsevisit to the Misses Lee returned to her home in Lebanon yesterday Miss Susie Bell returned to her home in Lebanon aftera pleasant visit o Miss Alice Nde on Saturday last Miss Annio D Grundy wbQbas been attending school in Louisville urse home Tuesday for a few days to est from her studies and to recupm teffj Miss Delia Wakefleld quite anll attractive young lady of Maud neighv borhood was a visitor at the ses Montgomery last week Miss Mamie Kearns of Louisville here for a few days visit to friends She was accompanied out by Mr rank Wells her broth rlnlaw V It Is probable that there Will be qttite n party go from here to witness he Lunchlngof the battleship Ken tucky on the 21th Jnst Mrs John Young Mayes enterP tained at dlnper yesterday In honor othe birthday pf his mother There were about twentyfive of the Mayes mi1y who took part in the family gathering Walter Leacbman after a two onths tay in Louisville came home last Saturcay lor a few days He has secured a position with the Bijob G Theater Co and will return in a fewiiin ays to assume bis duties Miss Kate Hundley died at her t home late yesterday afternoon The neWs of her death will cause general f sorrow throughout the county where she had a large circle uf friend j LITSIY From Our Regular Correspondent Mr B ilio Hardin and Mrs Mary Keeling were united in the holy bonds of matrimony on the 7th inst Mr Hardin is a wid ower of five weeks standing and 75 years of age while the bridt is tbu widow of the late Milton i Keeling the great basket maker and iis about 60 year old Mr Gabe Wharton and Miss Campbell of Springfield were i visiting in our town thIswekii Lucian Gregory sold to Boone Mattmgly one heiferand calf lot p85 Mr Wm Thompson antI wife visited at bis fathers Mr NPcThompson last week Quite a number of our citizens 2 have heen before the grand jury this Week Wo hope some good will come of ii5 Mr Jack Shehan is visiting at her fathers Mr Peter Briggs near Chaplin this week The young people surprised Miss Ewing with storm party i last Wednesday evening at her sisters Mrs LN Gregory IMr Wayne Hays departed this life on the evening of the 4thI The immediate cause of his death was congestion of the brain He had been in bad health for sev eral months but only seriously for about eight days preceditg his death He leayes ah08tofIfriends who will mourn tand thafamily have tnesympathy of their many friends bA Ilowlltic SUCCMB Wherever properly Introduced Dr Culdwell8 Svrup Pepsin as o cure for constipation has met with phonomo nal Bales Many druggists cannot say onouRli In prase ot ltV merits as well aa its great popularity with tho people In lOc trial size and also In Soc and 100 sizes at Waters it Browne POLINI From our Special Correspondent MK PJdgar Caume of Nelson spent Sunday with Mr S H Bishop Mr Sam Vanfleet has gone to Harrodstrarg on business this week Mr J T Sonaones and sister of Harrodsburgare visiting their sister of Maple Hill MissJjJHa Poata andjmptherj Iof Taylorsville spent several days with Mrs l8 H Bishop last week pa A most delightful candv party th was given last Thursday nigbtv by Miss Carrie and Rilla Russell Every one had a delihtful time W among those present were Misses c VanarsdajJ of Perry ville Ella Bonta of Taylorsviile Jennie fiodlne Martha Hays Lydia Williams Exsie Cook Nanpie Vanfleet Nancy Crume Girtie Woford Lovle Merritt of Mar- Ion cunty Messrs Edgar and Robert Cruse George Bodine Charlie Williams Harry Van fleet Charles Semones Edgai and Milton Woford Richsrd i Trent Will Cook George and ohn Russell John ArnoldB tVIF leaves a husbtl mother and- Ofather a sister und brothers to mourn her departure Prepare F meet your loved oneIn a world where death and sorrow comes no more the bereaved ones have the sympathy of the Cntirecommunity Wayne Hays died Friday after few days of great pain and much suffering His deatn was c quite a shock to nte many rela almotherfatberal ers to mourn his loss but not as those who haye no hope for he died trusting a crucified Jesus We know it was hard to give him up but God kcovetLi best and worketh all things for good them that llovo him His reB ains were taken to Mt Zion or burial Surday followed by a long procession Funeral s rFices was conducted by Rey Stiles Bucklens Arnica Saivc The best Halve In the world for Cata Bruises Sores ulcers Ulcers Salt Rlie uin Jeer soreN Totters lhapped liarua Cellblains corns und nil Akin eruptions and posltivoly cures Piles or no pay required It Is guaranteed to give pera foct tlsfiictlon or money refunded rice 25 cents per hox at Ilaydon Itob ertson Dniif Stoic FREDERICKTOWtFrom Additional News j In compliance with the order of the State Board of Health DrsM Sbaunty has ordered aDdb a few days will receive all apparatus necessary to vacctna ion Miss Katy C Shaunty returned from Louisville Monday after ag pleafunv visit with Miss Mary Hamilton Miss Maggie Snlth opened a spring school here last Monday L Mr and Mrs Charlie Warren visited Bardstown Mondayb Foloys Honey and Tar Cough MNlIF cine Is unquestionably the best 2 remedy for tho thniat and lungs Pleasant to tako- fIgunnmtecd liaydonit ltooortaona0DestructiveBlooncdeld was visited do a destructive fire last Sunday morning and the large steam flour ngmill of D A Smith Son was reduced to asHes The mill building and machinery were completely destroyed and with them a largo quantity of wheat orn and Hour Tha fire was discovered about oclock Sunday morning und atthat time was far beyond con trot BlooraOeld has no fire de partment and of course the flames could not be fought sue cessfully and had itjidc been for the mills isolated position the nntlre town would have gone up in smoke It is not definitely known how the fire started but jt iis supposed ta have originated in some manner in the boilerroom In surance on building and stock it estimated to be about 3 000 but the loss is far in excess of this said to be Sl This was the lagest plant of the kind in that portion of tne county and did the grinding forJ a large section Qf the ountry RecorJ BallardH now Liniment Is the most penetrating liniment in the woild It cures pain and inflammation of utl kinds quicker than any other known remedy Price SOb Every bottle guar anteed Haydon it UobertHon Notice to Taxpayers On and after the fourth Monday in March persons owing me taxes as ex Deputy Sheriff may be prepared to have their prop erty advertised and sold without further notice to satisfy the amount of the taxes HB POWELL Expeputy Sheriff W C There are tbroa little Ihlngs which do more work than than any other throe little thlups created they are the RntI the bee an 1 Do Witts Little Eaflv Rht the last Doing use famous little pills to rl stomach and liver troubles Waters At BrowneIl I THE MARKETS The following tahle represents the prices Id for farm jej 2 oclook Wednesday but is subject ariations a thereafter on private advices tram Louisville dealers rbeatportornperbitOatAperbu 20 to 23 Rye per bJ 50 Clover perba 225 to 2 to Timothy per ba j 135 to I 50 Orchard Grass perjra t 75 to 00 Hay Timothy pr cwt 50 Hay lioverper cwt 40 to 45 I LOUISVILLE MARKETS 1 CATTLE 1Report furnUbed by the Louisville Live Stock Journal HI West Main Street Lou S IsTilleKv aElxtra shipping H 50a4C5 Light shipping 4 25a4 50 est butcher stem 4 25a4 40 air to good butcher steers 8 73a4 25 Common to rocd butcher steers 3 Oa3 75 j Thin rough steers poor cows and malawaps I 25a 28 xuu good to ehi 8 lWr4 Oten ctfmmon to medium 3 60a4 50 3 cetJershu7 3 75a4 40 Stockcrs l 2 OaS 65 ull 225a350 Veal CatvM 50a575 fI MILCH COWS o1ce mil b cowsm 00a45 00i lrogood1500a2500 HOGS j o botl e packing and butchers 22StbtoaOOlb Ii liIFat cheats i00it0 lb v 3 40a3 05 Pigs to 90 Ibs 0a3 25 Roughs 150400 Ib a 50o3 40 8 3 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 tOaSTS FAir to l 3obo32i Common to medium 3 uckS 2 50ali0IISkips and scalla wags per head Extra spring lambs 4 Sa5 Od Best butcher lambs 4 25a4 75 air to good butcher lambs 8 75a4 25 Tailends 2 50a3 00 PRODUCE Report furnished by Born nCarter Co o General Commission Merchants 313 Mur U burt and 110 Third Street Louis vllloiKy Eaos VVcak Fresh rebandled SaSKc BCTTEK Market firm Best grades lec choice stock 12al4c packing JalOc Market steady Cblckenshens OaOjfc roosters 8a3 c spring chickens 80 lOc goose full feathered l per douu 3 303 plucked per dozen 3a3rX turkeys olive 7XaQc turkeys dressed iOal2- ciieAsMichIganhand picked 110a125t new borne to II J HIIIES GroAn salteJ 9a0jc dry salt 4FunsRaccoon JKosJ o short stripe hoc narrow stripe 20n4Qe road stripe 15a opossum SalSc mu krnt 5a2uc red fox SPo t25 gray fox 20a50c Ij MiscELLiNEOiTS Sorghum molasses 22a 25cpjr gal beeswax 25c per lb clover IU75a325 per bu onions 275aBOO per Ibbt rags pr cwt- FBATuBRsPrime j white gooso 33a3tc S ray mixed or odd 20a39c Osiox SETS Red onA yellow SOaOOO white as to qunlUyr fc50a800 DiOEDArnjw New sundried active demand BaSffc Iiiua PorxroEeHame grownnow crop 10a225 pet bbl Woozcst 21a22c burry 15al8f tub ashed SOab1Ik clear lSa20c black iurry ISalfe GHEEV AvxLxvMrkct higher and firm ancy choice 250a300 common oog35o HAT GRAIN Beat hay strictly fancy lper tojvlOalO50 straw per ton 40 a 50 ear corn 32a33e shelled corn in bulk 2ssS feeding oats 3 a33c wheat No 2 4a5 TOB ACGO MARKETS The following arc the revised quo tations oa prepared by the Quotation Committee of the Leaf Tobacco Ex change at Louisville for this weekI RED 1896 OROPjj Trash Trash j groon sound or Common Jugs 8 60 to 8 00 Medium tugs 8 00 to 9 00 Good lugs 9 00 to 10 60ICommon leaf short 9 00 to 12 00 CommonleafJ200tol5OtModiurnleaf Good leaf 18 00 to 22 00 Fine and selections 29 00II COLORY BURLEY Trash green or mtxed 6 60 Trash sound 6 60 to 7 60 Common lugs 7 60 to 8 60 Medium lugs 8 60 to 9 00 Goodllngs 9 00 to 10 00 Common leaf short 9 00 to CCoinmonleaf H 00 to 14 00 Medium Leaf 11 00 to 17 00 Good leaf 17 00 to 22 00 Fine and selections 32 00j 1897 CROP RED BURLEY Trash green or mixed 4 00 to 5 00 Trash sound 6 00 to 6 00 Common lugs 6 00 to 800 Medium lugs 8 00 to 9 60 Goodlugs 9 60 to 10 60 Common leaf short 9 60 to 11 00 Common lleaf 11 00 to 12 00 Mediumleaf1200t6140 Ooodloaf1400to170FI t COLORY BURLEY Trash green or mixed 4 60 to 6 50 Trash sound 5 60 to 70 Common lugs 7 00 to 800 Medium lugs 8 00 to 9 50 90Oommonleaf OQr11 00 to 13 00 Medium leaf1300 to 15 00 Good l leaf15 to 17 00 Fine and selections 2600 tVe are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleas auter or better way to do it than by rec omincdlng One MmUto Cough Cure aa pwvontlroof pneumonia consumption andXJtherjSerlous troubles that fol low dogleotfedtsolds Waters d Brqwno i ro Cure Cuuatlpatlon forever Uscsrot Candy CatUurtic orZSo 1lBh C Ztt pre xwgats rcHua money I JACK FOR SALE A number one Rood GovWood jack for sale Five years old good breeder and a good animal in every respect Price is- easonable For further par- iculars inquire of THCS J HAMILTON I SPRINGFIELD KY YAYAr bart vti- f WI oro still soiling Jj I BId66IfS But we also handle all kinds 4 of FARMING Jb4iLtf TS k We buy and sell Bay Grainv andFeeduWe sell coal at the LOWEST PRICE IIrCome ic Rod lotus aho- g 1kkVaHaIIdaIl J A strictly highgrade bicy ole in evey reNpect and selling at the extremely lowfprice ofav 4Opb wheel and let us show youctithe good points about it S others of higher pricedo not g possess 8 I THOMPSON LHKES- PRTKGF IELD KY V4 tAV 5TAT V m FRUIT TREES I will as agent for J A Allen Son have a variety of Fruit l Trees on County Qourt day inI March Anycxjejfcwanting same can procure them Ifyou wish an order address me and I will o attend to your wants W O ELLIS- Moo1tsvIILLE KY AVAar4 A Y tII Waixt fo Buy f- cI HidesJ4Furstlt11iry fK and Eggs g sFor which I propose to pay g the Highest market price i t JIENDRNsmtuuFxErnr h smtuuFxErnrIvw V y s1 Dant Toticrto Spit and Smoke Tour Iwij mazneUethe Trooler worker thatmakes weak men ntro c All drugiuaCOcor1 Cure IUArUJ red Booklet uiu po free Address ricrltoK ItetneJy Co Chicago or NW YoiV = The =r 6 Citizens6 Hairdressing and Shaiiiig Parlors nELOW- SPRINGFIELD nmL DILLARD TAPP ProptaI IEverythlng new and clean I IendeAor to please my customers and your patronage is solicited IIhave arranged with Alex Adams 1kl10wnhave a chair in the shop t theIrJJthey will bo glad owalt on old customers = = gcaHew I F IRoomsI 1 JOHN TVREE Propr f 1 New and elegantbath tnbazIth all modern improvements flott and cold water Baths at all H hourse 25 coats Call and try one kt 4 MAIN STREET i tfe BELOW SPRINGFIELD hOTEL- PA AiYAr i atest1use 4r STODDKRD SUPERB HStfeR tPkrow j lIthereFthestthingtt packets of perfecC and Ill btr ted Catalogue 10 cents Thoprico Would anywhere t iot l packet this seed Ginut Cninot1 Grow about 13 fncbesbJgn and tticirlrprcensQchrysantnomQiiiliko flowers lohg hUe pInks yellow arid xlt nyfloviied AstpiS InlxCd1 averaging3toIJrlglit twenty ncre Yfctirfa argeryre beauties 7 resultsYourQSBORN STODDHRD V MHDISOtf Rfeif JERSEY1 Y STUTlrgRii G CURED REV W RANDOLPH The Oat Doctor of ho World i now at the Capital HOteiast MarT kot Louisville Kj performing wonderful cures on those who stan Andheneveltans1hemtalkIngetyRandolpltayeSt 100 per day hoosu the United States IC you do not stuUrr ourself andGddndswigannotomeINSURE YOUR LIFE INSURE YOUR PROPERTYi WITH r JoHn II McEiroy gejtJA Representing the following well known companies The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York The Hartford Fire Insurance Company Hartford Coux The Aetna Insurance Company ot Hartford Conb Theeold Bubstantial and reliable c0manisax looted for the prompt anal liberal adjustment and paymentof leaser i 4 OFFICE AT FIRST NATIONAtBANK A BUSiNESSEDUCATION yutirgwar111tnatnlDIBRYANT STRATTOri BUSINESS COLLEGE i P LOUISVILLE KY HBJBBEHBO I rShl positions TelegraphYtbe United States it will bo malTed FREE 230HORSES 250HORSES zh Sale atthc Old Reliable MHPLE PHRK IINDERGRTEN DANVILLE KY IKRRM 13 14 189 1 1i l1IiEfipricesarc paid there the cost is trifling r t Correspondent solicited Enter now E P PAITLOONEIl Danville Kyt = tt tJ CLEMENTS IMAY 9 wrrf Undertakers ajrfd j Cnibalniers FURNITURE T DEALERS 1 We carry everything in Undertaking goods aad one stock is GOW LETE ineyery detail s tt prpmtl attended to day and njgntv f jv D te4make a specialty of Embalming and is- done by J MTls CLEMENTS graduate of a schooll olEmbalm r ing Qiye us a JSC 3 3 iijh t ti MAIN STREET SPRINqFIEI K = tSnatched fiomtthe Grave jUtAHHj6tILe- tter to the Jamestown tN Y Bus Dwd ChaUtflUquaOO N Y Editor SunI consider It a doty to make tfaofollowlns statements Ono year ago last I becamo afflicted with Kidney dlseasv I employed ono of tUo most experienced pby tlclant and frequently rode M bla offlca braced up with pillow I obtained no permanent relief I was Reduced toa more Skeleton My lather JcUb Johnson ot Ellen 4i04 tboalJledlselUlO throoycars AO anti I gan to think then wullnla hope me Finally I began the uso of Fonnera Ktdneyand Backache Cure and It helped me lly dlClltJon Itprocd thefrom the startmy SideS and back and I took bMltbV muscle and flwb tuLUef 11O cured riullAoll J rn sON SrFor sale by Ilaydou it BobeitPOfl i t or show bed 3 this seed cur for you pay of Asters mixed bea on stiff stems red blqcOc and delicate of shades G Voice itf street in V of over 12 and calls i triaL i ei April for Dr 1 Ona of Tco Ways The bladder was created ftonopnrpose namely a receptacle for the urine sad a1 sucu U is not lIablo to any form of dteaso cccppt by ono of two ways The fret way Is from Imperfect actIon of the kidneys To socond way it from cnreleti loca r s treatment of other diseases CHIEF CAVWE kSaeysjIItbo womb Ute the b1ailiur was created lei one purpos and if not doctored too much is cot liable to weakness or dlsoo e except In rare cases Itjs gltpated back of and close to thi blonder therefore any pain discaso or mconrqniCD nRBU ted In Ihd kidneys bncVbladUeror urinary pftjsaReij often by mistake attribnted 5 fta1H tvcakucss or womb trouble of soas s rt The error II cr ljy made and may be ca f easily voided To flntf ot correftt lc iyour urine aside for tat rtl rii sediment or settling iBdlQAtes kdiwy vbladder troublo rba ttOa aa4 extncrrF dtnary effect ofas r lOlmejts UvrtimpReet s the groat lridu y And fcladetrr remody ls won realized Ifjrou need a me4tdBK yo l ihenld LaVc the besu At drugsrfsW fifty arid ono dollar YQU mayboye aBi4CiJls ftboUledross to Dr I fliuer Ce h4samte N Y Thajiroiirletos otthhiiper gm mtoo tho ironu neiiKjs of thfs offvr NEW8 Lipii fw w w = J T P PXTOHEBi g TIrlf S I r for Bnfanta and Cfn tc The Facsirnile Signature oJ LJ 4J iG IieaPsonEveryWrappeCOtoflY tJUrv yoe iA 54 rriJ1 TO BENNERS1NFJGTh Good Adtloo For Tho o Who Attempt to Vrlta Book J Bead upon iitcd States history you will let s4ino useful jnformutjtin 6 anyway and eeo what you can do with that Dont tako your scano from Frouco or Italy whero you have ueverbeou I ohieia nearer snd just as good If you on light upon an idea which h- asI uoi Been dduo to death or a situatiou tuiliackncyed or unfamiliar make tlio most of it New England has b ou so I run upOn that it Affords material only to n few exports The middlo Ktatos and those between tho Ohib and the 1och ies locally spcaWnjr 11and far We taronot- a Work d put yet Avoid dialeotj as a ihaiu reliance its day is done AvOid hifaJutin spread caglo and ripronr log styjes they arc of tip yet remoter l post Find out what your bent is if you have any and what you have to any it anything iti not seek other pursuits I iteraunibar that a poor story or essay is of lars value than a prcnr inferior ap ples and that the antnor of a rod novel is entitled to wore respeCCjtthan ty sbcema er or a farmer who does no Iunderstand his badness The pioaeeiUj ol our literature way havo done what t iU eeoms poor work but they ku tf no better thou and had nothing botterI they were pioawrs Mid as such entitled to a place histrybUt nobody istI iOgiOAvrito the lilsozyo1the Irions literary efforts of our time that 4 come to uothiug Whatever you do take pains with it j Try at least to write good EnslMu r Learn to oriticisa and correct your work t Put your best Into every sentence If you are too lazy nnd careless to do thor bettor go into trade or poll tips It is easier to wome a copgressraau or uiflj litmairo thou ft real author and vo have too many bad story tellers as it la Lippincofbs Magazine I I 1small Boy Mrs Oakobread was t entertaInIng seine ladiM al a select little 6 orclcdfc l oictpdonaily b SLI foathjBr t I beingII tonllurlllooli 1j4 4Thereimt any tongue Bobby j4 I Thats fanny commoutedDobby Ul lh nrd pa aay tbero would bo lots bf d ftLoudan TitBits I ANJ OLD GOVERNMENT DIE tJKdb7 a Lnxijcr as a rnpcrrrclgtit For T In fthe conrso of Tear a lecture d the Ap prentices library A E Onterbridge Jr related nu Interesting illli dent that saves to show how much wore carefulli Uncle Sam is in the destruction cf old dies for coins than ho mod to be Somo1 time ago said Mr Onterbrldge I va visiting the cfflcocf a friend who is n llawyer1 when I noticed upon his desk a little metal object covered with three ox four coats of red paint which was apparently in nso as a paperweight It- t t was agovernmeut dio for a silver dollar t of and for my friend to have it iti his possession was a penal offense Ho did list know what it svas until i toldr him and ho informal mo that it had been aroupd the odke aa a paperweight us long as lie could remember 0 years tatlleast I gave him a silver weight tu its place and informed tbb authorities utAyaehingtout of cIrcumstance also fonvnrdjng my friends affidavit as to what he knew about it ft1llt tine though ell dies wero tupppsed to bej destroyed vhea discard ed the system was rather 4ax and they sometimes fcnud their way into the pos eession of jnnk dealers agreed to over the db upon condition turnjj should not be destroyed but kept in I numieinatic collection at the Pb Bdol phIia mint and that I might barrow it eta futUre time to illautrute a lacture The conditions wore agreed to mid have brought tho die with mo tonight to show to 1001 bad to write a 6ryl formal letter to Ret it stating the per pose for whichit was to bo used and iiti i must be returned tomorrow morning rf JPhUnde1pbIa Record In Holland the average product fc is 80 pounds of butter and 180 paciids of chepso Bottomless per annaiu Two of the curiosities of our t section said a TotnpkiDsville manto the News arq what we J call the blue ponds Thoy aro I fi situated about a mile from the town and are about 40 feet in dimensions aud about six feel apact Tewater is a deep blue at all seasons of the year and repeated efforts have been made 11 to discover its depth without suc r cess the impressioa that both ponds are bottomless is currentt in thecommumty The curiosities are situated lDa section of sQlttiontone stand en the brink of tb J athomle pools and gaze into thejfilgQ Jiitfuid beneath he is as tduringfh whoi jjected the water in the ponds rcJ4 mains at the same level as W Ioes during iho extreme rftf 1 5CasODS t HBOISIGlRUo lJ tl do Ut I7PIerL mr JiLsoe bnJicr full ti U Unadrnj t r 915 COMMITS ON rIIihUt1I Despite tine cIarajQnt3 Spanishftiiffic1il tIire IJJttL iOisonable doubt that tli1 utlJl which destroy uti hp fNJuHirw plactd there 6y i fficersju Spanlbn government in acotm ance wlili hit turH1 pliwtjf harbor defense wiriuh inu lia been kuoan bv tho m1Ihrum cml There cn be Mule quui furthec ihut ihe hutfun w jioucbrd by sortie ofliftor of th tiHRloft and a authurilks on 1IJt rD t iuD al h w will undoubtedly fignr that this iis so What cur e Ih president will put sue he alan meows But if lie listens to th Voice of the American fjuopf there will be no Ithere denrarj 1fur money reparation The Un- ud States should not be outdo tt Occupy tlie dishonorable atuiudt of being willing tohntwonryp- akr this wholcsalft thurdthn brave Americans EIii1obelh town News While cohingr poijtiye i known every iu licr iiun piiiuI to Spuuisii treachery as the cans oftl1e destruction oflbe Main im the harbor of Havani An vesiigaiiun is now being heldal Havana and if it iis shown ina Spanish Treachery caused thi tefriulo disaster the Anifiricair people will demand swift anr direr rvlritmtioD for the orribu outrage In the muantimeth government is preparing fur wat with great activity and a united country iil support its jjastjde mands Lebatson Falcon We seem lo be on the perilous verge Of war and all that lemainj for Open hostilities to begin i Ytbe usual war compliments be exchanged But Spanish and United Sates populace IU press reports are reliable ierelent 11055 in their clamors for war de clarations and the auiharilies in both governments have Uon and are nowhurricdlyactive in their respective wir departments T1e delay in our administration en wbicb devolves first for u liiies owing tc the Maine disaster i atlributaVle to the great clue to- ascertain fully Ul the rilct and leave no room for doubt or qu4 s tion the atrocity ol Spanish cffi Icers and authorities which man tested itseU in tim tragedy of of the Maine Ii is caimedtoyor lures have been made by Spain to grant full indemnity on ec count of the destruction of ibe oattleship and tho loss of the lives of the seamen The presi det t knows what war ii and what its consequences to this govern I merit vould be though welium1 bled Saiit as would be our pride arid reciived indemnity that t would burden Spainto the point lot domestic revolution aiid his j continued silence to Congress m rtbe face ol UIK outragrs and the IIpeoples ciamorings bcspe kstheI pyssessinn of valor which triumph to our colqrs That tho Maine wbs the dtJIUI of teachery and do ibl dealing is now alt put feelf evidoiL pd ilie llives of tho gauVAactiriftta iiiMimen of hercio will mjtbi ftsenged by freeing tile btarviUp j Cubans Jud lie acItgof tlU 1n demnity Spain must bend the knee and pay us respectfulI JbyJ Honey Whan a cold rreetw iipoii yen orJ lOllh racksyrur hng tie rm la so prinpt or ellirtJluai Water nmlJlijr Cholera 9Is hog cholera product of im pure water which miyhe prov IJi- icd by supplying water irum lrtip vt1l2 j I v I in thilil3 cxperitne o that find hi4s cf hogs hIttpcuss to riflEh1It Itier filt1 J1 I Jl t7 IIJ rrI 4I1f v4 iIF491 MIl III rilf ii 1i l IrCIJr remse which might contain linger ing germs of the disease fell victims t to the terrible scourge in spite oi all known precautions Vcrinua proven tiveg medicines and highly roccow1cneJcdcour5es mCl1suresIrJri dition weru faithfully c trJlcHl out without avail in taking tlrotu from the dread eh fnscfMen wh 3i huh hul hitherto escnpsd whu ofltninrativuly sofa in their owji pit th priei with regard to cire and prev iUHtfn loit cquully with tlm rei iu this vtoini y Lit ece1tI1lli OleSCar ivjtli jnp i inin ha still IMSIUI unfitiliii remedy iu tin free use olixncufoetlda in tlie ilriukin tler lie hucttuemjlotta hag wichdis Ciiscin th1t twcnij fftyear lK3 kepv thrut siwjva in gul ctitnlriiM Inn oyvir tukei1enisliy ilidfSiil herd nil la ret 5r thorn on his fuvm usiny no other 81 iiy1or llc iluli11I ilian the tn hltfill pjoiiftfnl fiujiply of jloctHuin ill drnking water to itch tntnh KrQre giver access W Iivf gA tfMitlnii Iip theory it result of so many years exper nee We do llhItau it his beoy rtVPii iiiilisputably llai higskliI gn and dry from JidCiise aniinuls hire dise4Se gowns could not nch them by drain ago or w1shins tflflletoclIhiIcanlgIeIloiliiug fled of pure water from wells over wo hunilrcil feet depth lid die Ih cholera hero in quite ustlis trinus JintnUr tts any others Birtn Field Fireside 4 GOiulcmu lIStS tcape 1oli toy dlstios L iteIurndiiaL ut steMIylooott strength and HaI ty They she llose no time in trying oley8 Ktidney Uiiic a trnruhtothl PzeptitIii JJavdonJ UQbort91J11 The dtjutal association hill imcd lit tlie advertising dertists vas passed by the bouate and ient to thin Governor far ap jrovui Tim Uever Dam Gleaner is rying to get a vote on local op Ion at Hnrtford which uyw has several licensed saloons Gh4U eij iby Four I octor Eoavor nflin 0 Aug27Jfl Mp daughter alter bflin rented byi four doctors and being given up for ott IiHighliorrocoiii mended Foleyu KKlney Cum rosytdi Is itblo to wnik soveral jnilos vltlipni fatItu t fool we would IinvoJbutt her if it was not for your medicine Jjjpcctfully Mmt J Unyelnn ItoberIsii BalleI Petitions to bold uri election for a county stoCK law are being circulated for signers in Hancocfr county lUllardK Jlnrsbnnnd Syrup to the host known rejdv for consninpjiipn ouhs and eiilus aiul nil tlinmt and dll1 trmbtos Kvf ry bitttlo Is Juam tccnl It Istlio ttt roinoilv for children 2 and llnydou JCoberteon PltuninjrQOUntyi is ooo hundred yars old andwill celebrate the event with a demonstration at Fjptnitg burg July 4 Itaso 1I2 hiitd sbinp Ift yoirItav you Itolablrncod a re Jiablo nic iclno like Folpys Uoncy and her to hoot your lunp nnd ston the ziitItig eoiih f1ticletJCRItotb1t dhiees- elaydoir IttbftiiItOfl iThe sveamer Nisbet on ihe land below Henderson where it Was wasHed by the recent Hood will be flouted A tlr ill of torrorsis cxpcncncetl who a br Hy criuirli ofaroiip sounds through tlIO uleht lint the terror tOfl ht1flg lrI 9 lollof nfrcr OliO Mlnuto Cough Core has bwn adinhiiMtored Safe nnd iinrinit ss to for ublldrun Waters nr 1Ilir I Gel Mre ij iv I Iel Less Why is it every sarsaparilla which trio to sell it5elf ranges itself against Ayers as the stand ard 7 Why is it that all havo to biggerlXttloiprice anything everything but IIthe one inducement of quality JAge s SiwsiitrUij has never been equaled by any qualitytails U b EiC St f I hfE ckLtpr Pierii freret- Iui Ittvy i 1MW J4b 1ttwt jwq5 it ifW f J cw Wur Ut1cieiiai1qiit La rr iaued atSLiutoa notit I lIl it t1JhI tlirt8 tr bui- j tln 1 gMrsJ p1i1tk tLn t r fjrtiuMr3 KIJ that ttii k wV iI a ftA heart t rtt errwe aa n sgiiM ttlu iiwl 1Wy3ways BotAyers up 1a The FDuluth EUgtETory expectant mother baa a trying ordeal to face Ifo does ntii 1 J JjUSet ready for it lI1P I y there ia no tellin- gtlj what may happen Li Chndbhrth is full u of uncertainties ii Nature n not given proper assistance Mothers Friendi- s tho beet help you can use at this time It ii a liniment and whoa regularly op pliod tevoral raontto before baby comestt it thahca tho ndvont sjnncl nearly pains llias It jxdioves and prevents morning pioloieBQ t rola ea tho oTcrstrahied musr eke rolioves tho distended feelhag short eoa labor makes recovery rapid and cert t without Tiny dangerous aftereffects j Mothers Friend is good for only one purpose viz to relieve motherhood ofI danger and pain SI 1Jar per oottto nt Ue1rug lltorefl or by moll rcc ftIIt of price conVitnlmt valn We Inforrnn Ion Inn wnrn wlU bo pont to any addreef api itttlcn to ITUB BRADPIBLD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Go At T Syauish and American War Vessels Most of the war talk lately heard in this country has been haseduoon the tacit assumption that Spain is inferior to the Untied Stairs in tbe number and strength or her available battle ships A year or so ifgo possi 6ly such may have been the case A month ago or at the beginning of the curnnt year Spains persisent activity and our Ovn comparative apathy in naval affairs had reduced matters to someiiiing like equality To daJfi the JJoss of the Maine puts the United States actually be hind Spain 1n the number of hsr upto date war vessels In 1890 the only Spanish axorclads in commission were the Alnrranto Uquenrto Ihu Vizcayu and the Infanta Maria Teresa Asister ships and nllof thb modern ar DO rEd crufser typo built at Bil boa The Mario T iresa visited New York on Tho occasion of the Columbian celebration and the Vizcayais now on her first visit to American waters under command of Captain IJ Antonio Eulato The dimensions of the Vizcaya are Dispbtceavent 7 000 tons length J310 feet j breadth 05 feet draught 21 fe6t 6 inches horse power 13 OOOi armor belt 12 inches peod20 21 knots i com hli1eo t 500 lVhthintho past eighteen months by a veritable tour deI orce Spain has added to comiiissoned force the balile shijPeloyawhIcih 1 bee I1ttFd- with new niachinrov and mud ern armor and arm neni th armored cruiser Carlos V lthe anaored cruiser trncesu Do Asturias and the awnorcd cru tser Cristoball Colon She is now pushing the rebuilding of the battleshp Nuttrtncia whidh will hrLtybu ready for coup mission and vithin thy nextfdw months she will have readvApr service two 7 000ton armored cruisers of the latest tyjc3thQ Cardinal l Cisnerg and Catuluna The pewcriisrs are approach ing completion the dock yards of Ferrol Cornea and Cartliag ena Their characteristics as given by a Spanish naval expert are Langih 100 nuiers hr ilih 18 nielros Scuntimein i dr uuU 0 metres 0I cvntilnetru duck 5 centimetres gun position 7 cuntimeireH cuniing tower 81 cunlimotres i ai munieuiMuutori i svstero 24 cent lnclplhttrt are two 14eeritimotrn quicktir ing guns twenty pf fiimtll calu bre find tigl t torpodb tubs Compared to their sister ships the Infanta Maria Teresa the Voztnaya and UiuAiurranloOqueu do these new cruisers lmy IH increase of 2UO horse nowei ir their engines whicn cif courv Will a large increase of spaiKf In addltou there is the lint model which will add still hintr erspeed and ihe uririrdp1w hich defend thei v H o rV rlJit r Iq itu rov jU 54Lhtt1ioiet ti tt Juie S Pfl1iH wriittr t4M sister ship in Bilbou WilCt evenstrbriger resisttva peirThis dtfpsive pOW lr ofitot whole ha ifiKu iie tW 5 Emit d httisi tie it VP c odi tIl ljtei 14etJbIt LbdI J titinggut Jtt t ibilnIii I4Jt ritue- ii tictcttlt- l le tei ac a5itis t t l fllt Uunea fcJiates Congrosi meanwhile has not aulhnriz inj additions to our vary cr I s yet provided tbe armor for be batlleshipfundor coustrjct ionjIIlinois Albania and Wis consin The seven United States artnorcladgj in commission on the Btlantio coast the battleships tows Indiana and Massachusetts tile second cUiss battleships Maine and Texas and the armor ed cruisers Brooklui and New York are now reducfd to six by the joss of tLe Maipa Leslies Weekly i Tho treatment for worms imisl prompt nnd sufo WliitoM Orcnin Vcr yonrIworm lestioycr Every bottle guar iintcrd to bring wormy 25c nt liuydun tt R bo twin To save the Pjkrs A writer in tho Nelson Rcord has the following to say in lepird to agora tires to 1be useilwhich should bt consiilered by the farm ers evcrvwhen1 I wish to make a few biigiieaions to the citizens of this county Iu the first phi ce it will be to the Mn tereatt ol all tokcep the pikes in the Tefl possible condition at the least expense To do this wo must con sider what dues the pikng the most dtimage Narrow tired wagons or vehlchF heavily loaded is certain ly very trying on pikes To over come this eupposM c have a regu lation width for tiics for this class ot wheelssap notUls than 2Jin or Sl incheSito become general or universal in the course of Tour or five years This will give us all time tto get rid ofour wheiha and when new onos are to ho bought get wide ones Jby arranging it this way it ould hurt no one Sup poso wo draw lighter loads and go one time oftener This would be good for tile pikes nn1 good for the teams Running1 with wheels always inthe same run or channel is a thing that should be avoided This is very destructive to roads Dude should give our teamRters strict orders on this line The wnsics of ditches on cithor side ofJ the pikes is another very import ofltlusis one of great detriment to roads The pikes are doicur common property like our public buildings let us nil try to take cmtrcQf taetn our properly By doinc this it will greatly lighten our burdens rOeo B econl tho woll known eon tractor ntToxvnndn N Y IIIto1 have usotl Chairjborluhis Cuu li Ufinedy In fatnliy for a long time and have fund It superior tto nny olhur For sale by lluydoii A ItobortKon Chamberlains Cough Itpuipily This roniod v Is 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fruit Trees Wet have thousarjfls of nice well grown TeMs ViUCdElcI for April delivery Writeus and we will make pries by tine next mail f J B OBRY A COUNTY NPIGARDINER BROS PEATSVILLE KY GliittinlList The best Magazines arid Nest spapeis published in the county offered at reduced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As nspeciul inducement to new Subaoribera and old onesulio renew we hue nt no little trouble anti ex iithllargo n newspapers o er It weIyear of 0IlEt Now is thettn begin and here is t list of some oi the cffere WITS KEWSLKADER Louisville Post daily 8270 Courier Journal twiceeea 150 Louisville Cominei cial dlulyS 00 Louisville Commercitil VceklyJ J 25 ijouisvlle Dispatoii 1u 165 Home and Farm u ltF- aimcrsliqmo Journal 175 Gin Commtorciannbuno u 140 Cincinnati Enquir r 130 OuntryGetitIemant 300 Intersil Poultryman u 180 Ohio Farmer 150 Independent i 8JiO Silver Knight lftO St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 Ccrrtitry Ma uzine 450 bt Nichol is t 850 Southern Floriut and Gardonr 150 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