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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r p c v r L crJIE NETLEADEa1Ie4rIVJtJarylSH LcobIMt1on tjfMWBtton County Leader 18MjJ le1dNew8 1810y R 1 c THI WfLJi1DFRIii p lit T l 5f t JNew SeriesVoLvN lt PRINQftEtDIWASIINGTON 1 rNTYI1tENiUjKY MARCH 17 1898 1100 A Jrfi r 1M10 Ute J Mt4 tes IW It e o p Ird urIsr as y ibr kd r f IViilS J towtct co nn von OUR DIRECTORY e SPRINGFIELD county teat of Wash tngtbn 0 nnty 52 mile kouth wckt of Lex inston miles from l ulsvillo on BaNs towh branch of Louisville and NasbvlUn raIrpadfnj a farmiof and agriculturaL dls trict Two banks telegraph and telephone llaoi express offlco flour mills lumber rr yards Popalation llfd population of iHTjtyWOOO Heprecentattre lu Congress Hon D HISmHh Clorerport Kv- Ecpr entatlre in Kentucky LcgUtatunv HatuShftban Renssontathc1 Utata8enatc Hon u C MCIiord SprlngeldKy C jNT DIRECTORY M CIROLAvCUNT Circuit Court begin pa the fourth Mon dJaIIDFbmurjfay n l October f C E Patterson Jodifaj SV 1JSweency Commonwealth Attorney V F M Campbell Clwk iS TrWSlnun tastiT CommUiioner UAURLV COYRTIjaarterly Courtis held on Ujjs third Mon day InVanuary April Jutj and October BL LlUey Tubr ft i =COUNTY COURT d Cotinty Court nioetv aUie fourth Honf bv Iljlieh monthr BIT taey JoFe WF BoDlcor Coauty Clerk j TMsrea rourtyAtt roY JltnLthJsfler HB Povrell Rherifl 1WlttnUt1r8Lilne Osborne DOPIUes- i BymaCroako tsfjini P Mire rointy fut teyor sa TiP f Bryaiij Asstfiwr Vard PUt Jl lt Pbdl 11lJn uitifI SPRlN3I3LOOIROTO 1a U d i rMr Wfte3J tLts t JLbTIeIOOLJT Juttlrc rents nrqleId 1nJnurryTAprd y zJb1vo1I otoW l- riI jipHUrCHi ioJi BAPTIS7 OfcUrtCH v RjTp 0 Pugh F= tor Services every S altiyat 1La m and8 p m Sunday Echw at 83J PraVw Neftlntc on 1d 1ir s Iinlhtat73Opw- 1f 7 WETHODJST CHURCH jl VUT B F Atkinson Pst Services on the FlMt au1TLlrtl SiIuda3sn each nnthtnt1tauandSpmS l cPRESBYTERIAN CHURCtf r Kev RB O LawsonPtorSeiviceis every HutiSnyat Ham an 8 pm PruyorJtfeet leg very Thursday night I CATHOLIC CilURCtr TIe v I PHenncsyP tor Servlceie7i ry I riuuday at 8 and 10 oclock a Bcrrice s ialStRosetamohour r ORDERS I rR1tTERNitJ MASOJnc LonoE8pringflold lodge No I aiucVa otcond Monday In each month AVashington B 0 chapter No 27 mceto t everY third Monday- I Springfleld Couaoll No 52 meets every wi fourth MondayIKxiouTs or HOson Meets every second andlourtb Monday in each month Cxiofl rs or MACinEU Meets every flrjil Vednosday of each month L and N TIME TABLE- h ArriYal lid Departure of Trails E u L0 42 toH PU AJIPM 80120itl Vs0ifc3 12WBooker 4714T Ls BilB HW Croakes a MLS COS 4137 Wpodlaiyn 003218- CMr 1l2E1IrlyTlms612a 540 1115 Bardstown M 6801060 Naxawth 680308 4 5 27 lOSO Samuels 0 8 3i + 6211035 DeatsvUle tt 45801- 10 Cans Spring 0 534 03 60J 1000V 7 Hobbs 0 4 600 52 Clearmont 70J4SO r tl BardstownJunct 1105 00 440 Bbepherdsvffle 7 20 442flubera 7- 27481south Park im 427 8 30 Soutl Louisville 750555 410 8 ooiLvLoI1fli11eArl4006 Sp AM MPlt pr-Personal TREB Olpago medical reference book person anilctod with any npociil chronic or dehcato disease peculinr to A5ticIr sex Address tho leading yhjsi clang and nurtreons of tho United States i5- toniiy rillcio 1U Hathaway t Co 70 Dearborn street I TO CLKE AtOll IN OKK 04V- Tako Laxative Brotno Xjulnitt Tablets Ml rulnstlS refund the money if It fatlip to cure 25o For palo lJyII don c tt RObel tSOn and Waters tBrowH v ir 4 In your ohiJd puny peeked and puny Does It have convulsions Ifsj It Ins jvbnnK hues Cream Toruilfnno U the only sale purl Byciy bottlo is guaranteed to brinK worms 25c Sold ly lIayclont Robertson J t j 1 r r IIL u J E Odds and Ends of Gossip is s a r Tim P L1XW aON MY KNEE wEf the cojlntry goes for fightin Says the fellerdn niyiknee Would vou go anti bo alsojer Like they say you used terbe I Wax all erong with Jackson An I faced the fight with Lee I think I wouiaTanswewi Ter the fellow on myltnee Then my mind wept back a minute Ter the days o sixtyone I saw the bayonets brittle Heard the thunder ti1 the gun I woz mixed up In the flghtin tt Fore Sherman struck the sea I think Id go I answers Ter the fellow on my knee Would you go an leave my mother Would you kiss goodbye ter me- An go marchin with tho sojers Says the fellow on myknee An I feel a teardrop trickle Fer Im techona as klnbel I think I would I answers Ter the fellow on myknee But I hope the wars air over That well dwell upon thesod Forever and forever In the lovin peace o God But spose they went tcrflghtinj Would you help em out sa Fin shore I would I answers sli1riI Ter the fellow on my knee- PrankL Stanton =THAT NEW RAILROADAn item I from Shelbyville states that the ShelbY ille Bloomfield Railroad Co has been incorpor ated and that the new company will acquire the Bloomfield branch recently purchased by the Southern and extend the road on to Burdstown on the south and to Eminence and Nevi Castle on the north Thisi is the first definite move that has been takentoward extending theiine reflecthOoebeen It is A question that the people- of Springfield and Washington titbenefittit It has long been known that the Southern desires a line from iftqnI tllbytll survey a part of which has been gradedfrom Shelhyville on north through New Castle and Eminence to appoint on the Southern system From BlOOm- field the most practical route would be over the old Cumber land Ohio roadbed to Springfield and thence to Lebanon At he latter place it might be pos sible to eventually acquire the Gre nsburg branch road now under lease to theL N but which lease will expire in about two years From Greensburg the throughIMetcalf Barren and Allen counj ties and strike a branch of the Southern at Scottsville Ky- which leads on into Nashville IIinterestedthe road being run there The people of Springfield and Washington county have done nothing as yet to induce the road to come this way although the tages of this route are ndvaJlI perior to any other Cumberland Ohio road on Which the taxpayers 01 this county are still paying cQuld be donated to and used by the new company which would be a con siderable inducement as the road is already graded to within about three miles of the town The prospects of getting another railroad through here however indefinite are certainly of sum cient importance to call for an effort being made on the part of our citizens to get it here Some action should be taken by the business men toward setting forth the Advantages and offering inducements to the promoters of tile new road to get it here THEY TAKE IT UnThe people J of Bardstown are quick to take up the matter of getting another railroad to their town and at the first intimation that there was a chance for an extension of tho Southern the citi zens had a monster mass meeting und are now proposing inauce ments setting forth advantages and trying to show the pro moters of the railroad company that Bardstown is the best place the road could possibly lead to Mass meetings and fr ring in ducements do not always servej the purpose of building a railroad but fw things are secured without some effort and if the people of Springfield would dem rilanxIousril something of that kind it could dp no harm ami mig1i t result in great good 1iC Vv I Q ARTLING IN F O R M A T 1 6 JJ Q Deep is the wisdom and wonderful is the information of the average special correspondent of metropolitan dailies In hisi specials he furnishes not only curious itens of news t but oc casionally throws in some very valuable and startling inform ation IJere is a fair sample taken from the Louisville Times and marked tspecial from Evansville It reads Mrs Joseph Sutherland gave birth diedLaleone of triplets given birth to bybls mother and his wifes slater somej time ago gave birth to quadruplets Now this is an item within an item It is a curious combina nation of circumstances showing the profusivo pvopagafionof a certain family But by Jar thd most stariliag statemimt of the whole business tolls one that even eclipses the quadruplets is whore the correspondent says The father iij one of triplets 1Nowof the kind tiwjb is worthy oltho greatest degioo of appreiatiou and it shows thut from none other than a mind of deep thought could have belTr evolved tho con elusion thOjt the wan is one of triplets and that tiles snmei triplets of whom lio vras one trip were biiven birth to by his mother Groat is the special corfggpotttlstft ftntPllJfigmay hts live foiitJiJut hit flife q61umn of the City dailies would bs dulll mid void of l matioaI INDISTRYCOl John ANEW that versatile gentle man politician and allround hustler has started a now enterprise iu this country which he says will flourish like a green bay tree Col Ruby has long been a dealer in horseflesh in the common meaning of the term and now he buys and sells horse flesh literally that is lhe buys and sells them again for what their flesh and hides will bripg Col Ruby shipped a car load of old horses from here lost week to Louisville They were sold and their carcases used up in the glue and soap factories The hides are shipped on East and probably are finally made into fine Jcalfshin It shoes Co1 Ruby says there is a good supply of the class of horses he handles in some parts of this county and he purposes to furnish the mar hardlyIin a County court dayuIV PITo be right up to PATRIOTIC in the procession iis now the proper thing accord iing to reports from various sec tions for patriotic citizens to come forward and show their patriotism by offering to fight bleed and dio in fighting the bloody Spaniards Spain hits been badly licked any number of times already by the drygoods box orator of the country store ajid if one is to jude from the expression one hears Spain would npt last its long against this country as the proverbial snowball inlhot climate NoTho Lebanon Enter OHprise saysithe Gossiper that Old Original was llie calls us intimates that Marion officials are winking at the escape of those prisoners from the Spring field jail You are mistakenj Brother wo dont intimate In the item to which reference is made we stated that Jailer Smith said that theMtlrion Offi cials refused to join him in the search for the mep and that cer theydidprisoners did get away or words to that effect Thoro is a dif ference between a statement and an intimation ruhave been nfliieted with rhomrtnUs 1r notlllnjflcbncdIl ferinR I lied tried every thing I couUl Hear of nnd at last was told to try Cham II rlains Pain Balm which I did audi was immediately relieved mid III n short time was cured I nni happy to say that it has not since returned Josh KdBar Gonnantown Oil For sale IJ lluydon ftAlobertaon = WITH OUR YTrllR n RS SS- ce Notices stoclr seed orJt1 nwntcd or for sale or exchange Inserted in this col tlmn wtttt or ciixnn Fanjurs are quested to send In stock or crop items foi publication Woodford lamb buyers are offering 5 centa for Juno and 4 cents for July delivery The cropin that county this year will be larger than last year i zI- A dispatch from Hopkinsville says A combine of Christian county farmers recently sold to a milling company here 35000 bushels of wbeatfor35OOO cash This practically closes otfttEe wheat crop of this county H tl- W C Rogers the hustiiog farmer and stock dealer sold and shipped last Thursday to George Toned of Harper Kansas 86 Shorthorn and Aereford cattle On the same day he sold to S T Harbesonof Lexington two nice harness horses for 9250 t 1t5 I The QuartermasterGeneral of the United States army has sanctioned Capt J B Aleshires proposition to print a picture of Con Oaatlamans young stalliont Ooodwinoa the sheet containing specifications that ars sent to contractors who undertake to sup ply remounts as thE perfect type of the cavalry hOrao Wanted for the United States army t t If coarse manure ia spread on tho potato ground just before plowing it will do hurt It will remain dry under the furrow until midsummer When it does ferment it wjll breed fungus and the tubora will rot It rotted and epr ad in tho wintortho fertility will be incorporated in the soil and thorb will be a vigorous growth and no excessive boating oThe following item which wo clip from the American Stock Farm con cerning the famous hsdGEtt e formerly owned in Marion county will prove of interest in this vicinity At the recent sale of W B Fasig in Now York City JB Wathon of Lou isville sold to Cyrillo Lauren of Montreal P Qtbe last pacing stallion Gazette 207 for 2160 Gazette is the fastest stallion in Canada and indeed tho fastest owned outside tho United States i Say the Lebanon Falcon There was a large fcrowd in tbe city on Mon day and considerable stock was on the market The stock was not of prime quality however and as a result the demand wad not very Keen Mr Glazebrook tbo auctioneer sold four horses at prices ranging from 15 to 64 He sold 18 yearling steers for 82460 each three heifers at 91515 and two steer calves at 1700 First class stock would have brought fancy figures II I Mrs T S Grundy of Valley Hill this county purchased last week from Mr C A McCormack of Waddy Ky buH1Uby rose 114301 out of Oxford Duchess 7th by Ftholbert 107811 tracing through Imported Oxford Duchess by 2d Baron Oxford 23376 to Old Alicia by Alfred 23 This Is a grand bull bred In tbe purple and la sure to mix well with the Grundy Young Mary IllHon B N Wathen received a letter tVednesuay from Van Natta Son1 Fowler Indiana in which they state We have just returned from a public EmporfaZKansas an average of 6t32 per head and many of them were under twelve months old This firsm asserts that hare fords are in great demand and bring long prices Tho sale referred to cur tainly bears them out in their state mcntLebanon Enterprise Hcv K Edwards pastor of the KiiKllxh Itaptist Church at Mincrsvillo Fawh ii sulforlnn with rliPiiniatisin ndvinoi to try Chamberlains Pain Balm Ho says A row npiliwitlons of this llui invnt IIrnl1l of uroat Jwrvlro to me Jt subdued tho liillammntlon ard relieved the iKiin SJhoiild say sutrrrtii pnifUiiy giving Pull llama it trial it will please ma For wile by faydoh k holiortaoii JACKS FOR SAIEv A numbCl One good GovWood jack for sale Five years old a good breeder and a good ani mal in every respect Also Little Mammoth 5 years old well bred nnd a good colt getter Wil- lsqllor trade Price are reason able For further particulars inquire of- THOS J HAMILTO J SPRINGFIELD KY To Core Cuuiilputlon Forever Tale discards Candy Cathartic loo orZSo U CC C tall tt cure CruwlkU ixfinU auncy r rfN IGK IIFrum OurSptHiiiUCoricspohilcnt V1lJejjIjer aged mother Mrs SaliyJ Fenwick who yet remains dan = porously ilL tt JQseph Kayjbourn one ot the most extensive white bnrley growers in tha dounty shipped last4eekabout eleven cents per pound xMlsses Serena and Katie Njnan loft last week to tnatriculate t the Bowling Green Business Col loge A course in sBorihacd typewriting and bookkeeping iMbo supplement their present excellent educations i MrJ R Smith our popular mechanic and contractor made allying trip to Lebanon Saturday Mrs E Do Edelen and Mrs Harriet Wneitley were guests of Mrs M D Montgomery Friday llast Messrs Albert and Edward Nunan two well known young nen of Fenwicf left Tuesday to accept sltuatipos in Kansds City They havo best wishes for sue cess from many friends and asso ciates in this section Thos J Nally snipped five b1 81eadso firstclass burley Friday talcing Advantage of the frisk prices oj this weekio mar tat f Murtifh U Hilllhas removed Ifis family from the old Hill iiumastead to his new building if the vicinity of Litays The new buildings in tDovi lage are progressing and the wait of u telephone line is more friqutfntlV discussed The bust Less Jf the village and the increasing popuation of the surrounding country demand this necessary convenience and ic only needs a few of our businessmen to take the initiative ana nterpriseisIAbald eogle ofa decidedly belligerent cut and a piercing eve on the treacherous Spanish dons has been discovered by a correspondent near Fenwick It is presumed he the said Ameri caneaglels bovering around our Village imbibing war Inspir ation and bolstering up his cur age from the cloodcurdling war talk of the street corner Mr W Jr Fowler near this place has in his possion a stone recently f und by his brother Ooil imbedded in the roots of a hurge maple stump which bears unmistakable evidence of having been the corner of one of the oldest surveys in thus part of the state The atone though not large has the cardinal points of the compass marked on it and the name HENRFKOS31759 cutln the hard surface The tree and stone stood near the once noted salt licks and Indian old fields a conspicuous place in the early history of the country A number of years ago a large suit kettle and other relicsof earl occupation of the place were unearthed near this same point F11ollsflrst history of Kentucky makes mention of one Run roe a pioneer surveyor huvioK murktid out claims for Walton Pope and others along the waters of Chaj lin fork and inl11cateearly history of our state when the pioneer heroes were not amusing themselves shooting In Idians they did artistic carving of their uunios in hiernglipbjcs on trues lonej etc and it is pos s blo that the stone iu questions Iait of the record of some then important survey Mr FWlHr wilIt end the stone to the hlbori Historical Club at Louis Ville tIurnSItgcaltlH fn Juries cczuum or skin ililuasofl may SMinro insUnt rolief bv Using 1e Witts Witch llarel Salvo It the yreat pllo remedy Waters tt Browno I11L1S3OKO From Oar SposUl Orrpondent War Avar war is all the peo ple talk about now The farmers around here are busy plowing and sowing their tobacco beds Miss Annie Kelley who has ben visiting her brother Will of your town for the past three weeks has returned home i 1 p Miss Lucy Settles is the pleasant guest of liesister Mrs John Clark MisssPearl Williams spent last week with Miss Bertha Leach man Mrs James Young Js on the sick list Mr John Noel of Brooksville Rbo has been the guest of Mr JonSettle for the past week has returned honia The young folks of this neigh borhood enjoyed quite a nice ti ne Saturday night at Mr Josh Inmans here was a large number present wqrdNunanCity Mo where they expect to- go irilo business for the remain der of the season Rose tis thatj10YsweetAa et Mrs Cynthia Kelley has ben visiting her sisteri law Mrs Susan Goatley of MooresviHe who was very low with paralysis the past week Mrs James Trent of Brooks ville passed through here Sun day nroute for Cincinnati to buy his spring goods Mr Thomas Hedger Antioch is spending several days with his daughter Mrs Mary Clark Miss Beartka Leacliman spent Sunday night with her grand mother Mrs EmWilson i Mrs Felix Noel sold to Judge Litsey six yearling calves for t3l5O I Hiiro You Yern Coughing a day 1 week a month a year Dr Bells M lio Tar Ilono5 will euro tiiat cimgli Thpro can ho no dotibtof it It lies curetl many nthors equnllv Kovore ltrugJist soil if y5a No cue no pa- yNEwSLEADER1a year The Maine Elulsod- eTheMaineepisoae calls to1nh how nearly Uqcle Sam came dI Koingto war with Chili in 1892 Tho trouble arose over tbe mas OfjsU S goverumeot demanded ore inIdemnity r the loss of the ors and quietly mode preoarat lana for war in case Chili didmnt grant her demands In the pres1eutwar was once and were urging atI Harrison to abandon and throw the cuuntr into war rggardless of the dire conse quences But the President dis regarded their rantlngs and peace was restored with honor As it was then so we believe it will be with the Maine affair We believe that tne graat newspaper of the land are responsi bin for the irj flamed reeling throughout the country In their eagerness to be sensational they have struck wide of the truth and have beeb disseminat ors of the most colossal false hoods ever conceived We be lieye the day for war between the United States and auv coun entlcomplications CflbloodWUo can fall to tAko nIl vltntClllo of this olrr lionrt 10 cntit to for a generous trlaljlzo or auk your clnunist Ask for Klys Cream Itahn tin most jioHltivo catarrh cute Full MzeftO cnti ELY BROS 50 Warren Stt N Y City- I mifTered from cntnrrli of Iho wont kind over bineo a boj und I ncr hopotl for euro but Ktyn Cream Halm seeniH to du oon that Mnny ticqitaintanreM havo nsetl It with excellent results Oscar Onruni 15 Warren Avo Uhlnigo III HEBK ANt THERE Fobroarv1833 was in otis waf the most vonderful rnmlQ in the worlds history It had no full moon January and March each bad two full raooos bit Febuary had nnu Astronomers say this is thevonly instatce on record The whistle of a locomotive can be heard 3300 yards thn noise of a train 8800 yards tbe report of a musket and tbe bark Of a dog 1800 yards the roll of a drum 160 J vards the croak of aVrog 900 yards a cricket chirp 800 yards a dinner bell two miles audit call to get up in thg Trbrning3 feet 7 jnzhes 1i- Ina recent delivered ermui almage says When I see the printing press i TT j iHE wld awake b iIt I I ItOd2I I tLEbn r8 l Bzsr AonxrS rII fSt r = WiAizS lfLADS 01-J fi1j IAIN rooiiiu l 1 Itstebar stock end you will at once recognize tbis fact i the largest stock to select from wflttOWYO the Latest Spring Styles and can fit any foot caDHiva vou any width any last you may desire Wefsb6Wntr61 ors variety of prices from 75c a pair to J5 tfn o ii MICP II- t grade Ladies and Childrens shoeS we make spec alty of ZIEGLERS FINE SHOES They are tbcr beat made f t they fit they wear they have style to them which you fteY in no other make U- Infour hiich grade Mena Shoes we have the ezclosiV sale of ofthem n1Th1have comfort eomkined wutbstvleand neatness which you fhad ib no other make Prices 3 OO l00 ana 500 Full J line S anttbeoect p m f100np T We have near y cleaned out all odds and endst but what we Whave left of them we will continue to sayJ for half price j I K 1 allcolorsl MfclMj the new styles for spring ttIiMcChopd 6c Kobepfson I Standing with the electric tele graph on the one side gathering up material and the iihtninft ex press train on the other side waiting for the tons of fbi itd sheets of newspapers I pronounce it the migluiesc force iin civilization So 1 commend you pray for all those who manage tq newspspers of Ue land for aU tpe selter i for ail editors rittlngtorgreat iiilluenco they may give all that influence for God and the betterment of the human race Mr and Mrs Jacob Hiller who reside near Elk ton Michigan bear the distinction of being per hips the tha oldest marred rcouple in the world Mr Hiller and wife are in good health sand are aged respectively 103 and 106 years They have bee mar ned eighty eight years Speaker Beckham has demon strated that ho is the rigbt man in the right place The way be crushed Representative Tracy of Covington waS equal to one of Henry Clavs best retorts The election bill was up in the House When tfie speaker allowed the motion to extend the seslon to come in mid the host of demands for recognition yMr Tracy said I hope te chair wont sultify himself by refusing to recognize a memberTbe chair will not forget he is a gentleman even if the gentleman from Cov ington nas iEflzibetblqwn News a This ducklegged tight skinned dude was holding himself abtraddlepf a skittish bob tall eb society horse going out Third Avenue sideways liko a tow oldIcoon was riding met the dude he shied threV his oars for ward tnolcal hump in his back and tried to lilt his hind feet Off the ground with his tail Tne boy drove both beets into the mules ribs and shouted Go on heah yor darn oie fool dat aint gwine ter hurL The dude wentby the mule lifted his ears lowered his hurricane roof lira hared up his tall and cum a trottin as the little ion who rode him sang Do funniest sight dat I ebber cam- v across Was or ducklegged doodon a bob r tall hoss Will S Hays in LoulsvillB Times SavQral young mon of this place ttnd vicinity while under the in luenc3 of liquor went to a negro Cabin inHoods park late last Saturday night ital invitel trouble whichlIi1UY bring som of them into the court house They endeavored to gain admiss ion into the hut and on being re fused proceeded to alarm the inmates Bill Hayden iii Lis fright ran out the door and was shot by one of tho party the ball penetrating his light arai Blood poison had set up and death is almost certain ti folloW A warrant is in the hitnds of of fiber VOlldosbn for tJ e arrest oT young rnn who did tire sibatiag Lebiinon Enterprise Yon cannot nl vnyq tell vrjipther your WOdS pro IIIOtII cr nilsed gQoa Hi iiiakea nodlllcrenco If you uieTnlnamW qrytJdnlCSoll The Judges Ijuis V II think about the nearest thing iio heaven there could be Would be to be aJedge anVrldeoat onea own liberty He has passes In ble pocket an wears the best of clothes An the porters ate so polite to hfm no matter hali else goes whey know hes cot the fluencoIf To hasnt got the tin v An1 when they see him cumiclhey say in 4 f right lWaSr An when he gets aboard the trirtitofgooIfany here You betthey hustle round anoTveejfiQ gets the fiofen chair An plush to put his feet on sin pilot ferbis headsj I An when he wants a sleeper getaftbo sof s featherbed V5For a Jedge is mighty handy to itan in with dont you see7 That why hegeta aticket that saysv tree rtde You iff jeButbI pass avail hint there fV Will it get him thronghJthe portais nf Bnva golden cbairT When St Peter takes the pasteboard an scans it oer and oer tWill he say Im glad to sayrjedge an open up tho door Oh no hqll call the bell boynfithjt makes me tired frown ir f An say Gabriel take tills gentleman an 1 show hIniS y down Taylorsville CuriesTay lorsville is grodually becomTn the best stock market in tKH section of tile State as has bee l evidenced by the large amount 101 stock that has been sold oa the streets on the last two cour days On February 7 Count Court day about 3500 wort t of stock was sold by the auction oers Messrs Collier and Crab and last court day the sale amounted to nearly Jjj fsa HIa 0 i nir I IWho would prescrlbc ody- e tonics and bitters for a weak g n puny child Its m cksnd g S nerves art so thoroo jhly ex i liaustcd that thcy caaot lic CQJfJppe Into activiy Tlse child needs food j a Woocfo r i makIng ncvsngt1ick f anti mvscIeb41flE fooL III fIt I fIII you g the brpophocphltes ol KM ansodatoactwltktsJ g= For thin and ckikate cnUJnB g iIs no rtMMr mpirfif Vi iithin the worU It JMMM i lrroWthstrcn i lumRl taagcoIifG4ttI JI ttI I you get SCQTPS IamMo1 ifiOC5flaIGObIJfllhN ===J r F T LJIi iT tPLADER THE HEWSLEADER Ii 5 If E L DAVISON JR r THURSDAY MASOH 17 1398 THE Louisville Dispatch is a KOd11e pap Jls success hasth been great and iits iinfluence In I Kentucky is widespread but Itst aditonili writers haye harped so lung and loud aboutC Wall h Rtrcet Lombard streettJ tocras and against McKinley and the present administration thattjfaiey are blinded lto everyw lEing else In the present great t crisis1 between this country andb Spain when every loyal heart tvelldwitti patriotism and prides for oiir country when petty p0C+ litlcal differences are forgotten And thousands of braye men ofn all political creeds are ready to BtandLshouider to shoulder in deb fensft of their countrys honor relying with all confidence In the Ib cool judgment of our chief execI utivei the Dispatch comes forth with a lot of sanelesstwaddLe about our President betnge It If r fluenced in his war policy bv thtitothcbilds the of the wjbond4A phrases worn threadbare during the last campaign The editor of the Dispatch has bad judgtJ mont and his utterances at times Hre untimely President Minleys worst enemies from all sides are endorsing the wise and pabtriotic policy he haq adapted regard to the trouble wiu SpainC Democratic members in lional Houses have signified their willingness to back him to a mantt and the Democratic newspapers e can find Jnothing to condemn in P the Presidents attitude It has been said that in all great emer fjencies there is some one created f to meet it and it has certainly proven true in the history of the great events of this Country oi We believe that should the pres I X eat diets develop agreat emer i gency that the people of this nod tuini1l findin Mr McKinley a i man to meet iit as they found in 4IJ eorge Washington Lincoln Grant and Garfield in those great emergencies of the past v THE war cloud is lowering and it is now conceded on alt sides q that hostilities between this COUD t try and Sprain are likely to le V opened any day The Uniteds States has purchased two reaL i warships of Brazil anl activity a in both Davy and war depart merits continue Coast defenses have been greatly strengthenedo Tile court of iinquiry into the p MainoMnvestigation is expected to report in a few days and it is understood that they will show tinmistakablv that the Maine l was blown up by design The government at Washington has practically decidei upon the iina mediate preparation of a flying squadron to menace the coast of Spain as a retort to the coming i of the Spanish torpedo flotilla i which has sailed from Cadiz for American waters This is perhaps the most warlike act yetD contemplated and while it would r be little short of war there is believed to be no doubt that the step has beendecided upon l n THE Goebel election billvchich takes from the control of tbebCounty Judge of each county the I appointment of election officers and gives it to three cninmis sioners and which has otherC fiIbeen condemned by both Dern crats and Republicans has bet l ome a law owing to the great influence wielded by the great t William Goebel in the recenttt f Kentucky Legislature However f objectionablej the measure inC itself may prove the members of the General Assembly did a wisosnd popular thing in the i election of tfrethitee election commissioliofV The men named are Judge William S Pry or of New Castle Capt W T Ellis p bf Qwensboro and Charles B JrepresertVJng ernKentucky respectively Some of theBepublican leaders held a caucus at Frankfort after the passage of the measure and de cjdeU tb test the legality of the new law ip the courts fbe Thing 1 AYERS eARSAPAIULLA haabeen m household companion in our family for yean I take it every Spring be jginsing in April It tones np my ten gives me an excellent appetIte 7i a adlileephlceatop a nWILDEY PhUde1pba Pa for Spring JIJ q rR CAtDWELVS sYRUP PEPSIl OUIIIEe OONSTffNkTION LI = a I u 1t1t tu It t nc ttt 1tt T A raiikfrt Nevts1AL Special to theNiiwLnADEIL FRAN JORT KY Mch 14 The dying days of the legislajj session are Joeing marked byI the mostsensationall epIsodes iin the history of the rather erratic 1Tbetisau bills nas been the cause of three or four warm personal eu counters in which serious hurt as only avoided by the inter ention of irjeuds of tie corp atants The WillsJepp fi htt the BronstonElmore and Brbn settos and the Farris t lark patR were only tho public outbursts growing out of the nu erous irivaleverb sparring j matcbeswbicber indulged inI y the tnembers during the dis ussion at the allImportant The- et and the other legislation which was as objectionable toJ one faction as it was favorable to another But I hope these- xbibitiufls of a sanguinary na ure are all the hostilities that- illbe reported from here during the now ratber short life of the term and that the session will pass away as peacefully hud tracquilly as the death of tbeI dove The Third district gerrymander ill taking Cumberland and counties front the Third Ogessiona district anJ plac ing them in the Eeventh andc taking Metcalfe from the EluvJ nth and putting it in the comJany of the Third district cQnnj ties was passed over the Gov ernors veto Saturday in a jiffy The Eighth district bill VIisj passed on Friday and the Third appellate district gerrymander ill was passed over the veto today by a partisan Democratic vote This makes Judge Lewis safely Democratic Five other vetoes were sent in by the Governor with the Tniid district gerrymander bill The caucus to nominate the three election commissioners pro vided for under the Goebel elec tion law has been called to meet tonight al 8 oclock in the hall ofI the House Ii is said by inside that the following slate has been cut anddried for selec tion anJ that it will go through without a hitih at point gExjCongressraan f Gwensboro L D Leach o- frinetonCharles BPoyntz ct Maysville Mr Leach is one of those rather unusual politicall curiosities developed during thej last national campaign a freeI silver bapker He has bern on the ground for a week looking fter his interests Tha bills for the last lwo day of the session are scheduled to keep the membeTs of both Houses at work until midnight tomo row ight As I write this every solon is up to his eJes in hardI labor sorting out the bills he wants to call up or getting reso lutions prepared for this afte- roonsss1rn when much legis lailon will be enacted finally 1h enrol ling clerks will be kept usy until a late hour tomorrow night und there will th6n be a long list of bills resting in the ualtiudur Fully cuettird of the ve huudred bills iniioduccd since the gavel fell on opening Jay have been killtd in commit ee another thud fulled to pass both Houses aud the remaining third are on the calendar or have passed But lohs lhanonobun4 dred measures have passed either nouse and not near so many have passed both Probably noCoyer forty bi ls till become laws as th result of the ssssion The local o iOnbill had been expected to revolution liquor soiling in the stale and make many a county now revezing in the oily fluid dry as the bono ol an ossified man Oat Rupresenl ativejaswell of Breckin ridge when he uttempttd 10 bring up the bill lust Friday sounded is death knell 1 It was diopped back in the orders of the day and stands no more show of passing than I stand of being elected president of lthe Bungtowu cham her of commerce The new prison commission will meet about Wednesday to elect a full set of officers who will take the places of the Re publicans now in charge if the oill passes muster and is node clared unconstitutional a thing the Democrats say is impossible The commission wiii preseeL the nitoes of the oih cra to t je sinkI log fund commlssioners and will be1 refused recognition for them Then the mandamus proceedings for possession of the places will be begun by the Democratic commissioners The present en cUDbe ts are said to be ready to resist any attemptat usurpation u mil tho law directs them to stepl down and out The Republicans maintain that Ed FinneD one of the cmmis ners cannot serve because elected bv the Legislature to an office terrard in the constitution a minor LpgJslative office to tjelecttj Richardson Glagow was fyvon the four year term and Henry George the tro year term Ex Chief Justice Prypr and Judgl Holt will rupresejit the sinking fund in the litigation over the igatter 1 Representative Saunders of Unibu county be pf Lindsay resDluiion faine is said to bcr slaved for deputy warden at Ihe Eddyville pen under the now r gime Senator Ferguson is said to have the wardenshIp at the same prison nailed down The Rev Alvin Bertram is a rip fOr chaplain Dr J H Lnckey seems a cinch for prison physician and South Trimble will be warden att Frankfort iif tho Dent ocratic plans do not miscarry Representative Bishop of Newport will be the deputy warden herq and Dr Hugh Tobin will get the phfsician trppomtmant The Rev Elijah Petty of Grant county wil be chapiun up here while JarvJis Stone is the best backed man for penitentiary clerk a If there was any doubt of there being patriotism and to spare it this body of lawmaking states men up hero it wits removed on sataYWben the rumor went flyIng over the city that the United States cruiser Montgomery h ad met the fttteol the Maine inj the Havana harbor The legislature adjoirued for fi ve min ales to heal the news confirmed or denied In the meantime the expressions 1 heard indicated the feeling that was prevalent Republicans and Democrats for their differences as tboy the Spanish and expressed themselves in no unmistakable language Fortunatelysit was a canard for if iit bad not been Kenijicky night haecethsc- ene of the firstre warlikeSf movement tOOflSInp1jTCfl As an honest remo l Folevs TTorloy andTardoes no hole out false hopes in advanced Rtll hilt truthfully calins ftdgivo comfort and relief In tlio very wnrtcases dhd Iii tho parl3filnps to euro Ilhydotl Kohorteorr r Iranother column we have endeavored to Jgivei a 49 w pointers on the prospects and possibilities of anotaer railroad for Spring theld and wo desire to emphasize tthe need of the citizens jof this cbmmuuity in takinghold of the matter and making an effort to attract the at leu tion of the pro moters of the new roAd in this dtrecton This is a matter also iin which the citizens of Lebinon uaignt join us to mutual advan cage and we would like tc hoar something fromour neighboring towu on 110 sibject- A Iilllo hnlHIe- or a stubborn cold or n tloepscntcd couch can ho cured for godd with Dr Ubllti iup Tar Ilonoy This fatnmm remedy tnkoi tin tlino will ktdp tliQ Uo ross of consumption anti bring tlio color biick to tuft irmllid check Druggists sollit rREDCRIGMTOWiN a PIOU Our Special Correspondent Rev Vim Back man has re turned from a visit to relatives in Meade county Miss LydiaOverall of M F- i institute arils town Ky was the guest ot Miss Myrtie Oroake last week Mrs Kite Burk of Lor tto and Miss Ada Miller of Hodgenr villp were pleasant visifow at Mrs E L Molotires this week Mrs Miff Thompson and chillren visited relatives near your towu Saturday and Sunday Mr Paul Burks of Samuels Depot was the guest of relatives hero Mondv v Miss Mutingly of Stith u Ky arrived Toursday night and wIlt bewlth her ecu sin MM Lula Buckman for some time Mr Handen Miller of Birds town visited schoolmates near here Sunday J r4uL17c for fitLy CL Gutrrci eskios r i Blood Poison Contagions Bood Poison has beenap i maniinaiItjnot chre mercurial and potash U itthcmore virulent form resulting in a total systemMr prominentjeweler JugtODlJcsaYII1I lougtime went of two of plqsiCiaba for a severe case potsonbut grew worse all tbewhilenoti Mv hundred fact charged mouth that me theyI filled WIth eating sores tny tongue was almost eaten away so that for three months I was unable to taste any solid jfood My hair was coming out rapidly and I was in horrible fix I had tried various treatmentst and was nearly dis couraged when V friend recommended SSS After had taken four bottles I began to get better and when I had finished eighteen bottles I was cured sound and well my skin was without a blemish and I have had no return of the disease SSSsaved me from a life of misery SSS guaranteed purely vegetable will cure any case of blood poison Books on thedisease and = Atlanta Specific free t its by treatS S S WILLISBURG From Our Regular Corrpsponilont Mr James Mcllvoy who has been on the sick list for several weeks is improving slowly Miss Cordie Taylor of Har rodsburg is visiting at Mr Eras tus Browns There was a missionary rally held at tbo Christian church on Satur Jay ngfrt March 5th and several interesting features of missIons and mission work were observed The program was in terspersed with missionary songs and was well rendered and well received It was a service pre paratorv to the regular March collection for foreign missions on Sunday and no doubt had its wejgtt in the collection The exercises were in charge of the minister Rev C H Poage assisted iiy J B Lister v Eld JJ B Lister closed his series of meetings at the Chris han church Thursday night wnh a temperance llecture illustrated by the scene Ten Nights in a Bar Roon Rev Geo Scruggs of Moores ville Ind attended the funeral of 1 is sister Mrs Elizabeth Crouch hoe Saturday Whooping cnugt iIs tlio most dlstrcsK ing niulndV but Its duration can bo cut Mhorthyaheusbor Ono Minute Cough Cnre which also tim boat known roni odv for coup and all lung and bronchial troubles Waters tt bowno MAPLE HILL From Our Regular Correspondent Mr John Montgomery moved to Maud this week to the farm of Mr Wakefield Miss Fezie Cokondalpher of Chaplin spent Saturday night with Miss Martha Hays Dedth fIias come to Mr Dunlap HailsliVrtie and Inked his wife She died oh the 2nd day ot March The bereaved family have our sympathy I Mrs T P Moore has returned home after a pleasant visit in daughtrMrs The mild winter hs been very favorably to the growing wheat crops and it bids fair to be a fine yieldMrs Hopio Grigsby ana her little daughter Elna spent Mon day with Mrs Roiman Grigsby and family Mr Charlie Serqones Qf this place has gone to Mqrcor county1 where ho will make his homd The first day of March brought u3b1dwaathritcamcin like a lion and we are in hopes it will go out like a lamb ROSEBuD Tliero Is uo remedy equal to Ilorblno for the cure of constipation sick head ache InUiKOXtlcuii vertigo Ions of iiiom ory uner rtidn appetite unr oftful sleet orsklu oruptiiiiH If you want per feet tonic for the liver Herblno will not dluPloln you llaydon k Iloburtnon Ilowd Tlilt Wo nnVr Quo Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that ran not bo cured by ilollH tlalarrh buro J KNEY CO Props Koledo We the undersigned ihavo known F J Chonoy for the lust 15 jcarti und bo Ilovo hlmperfectly honarable In all bus moss transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations inado by their firm Wait TruAx Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waldlnjr Klitnau Marvin Wholesmo Druggists Toledo 0 HallV Catarrh ula tuken internally lliig directly ufin tio blood and mucous surfaces of the aTfitom Price 76c per bcttlo SJoId by all druggists Testimonials free hulls Family Pills arotho best liillurdH now Liuluiont ia tho most ponotratluc lIuimeiITln the wotld IL cures pall and Inflammation of alllj AIil liiitiker than auv ithor known l gnarr IX ilEMOIUAM We never become familiar vith death The common lot of mans which is as old as the race is always appallingly new How hard to have the loving ties which have bound us to our riendsso completely severed by the great Destroyer But such it- evershztllbe Yet how sweet the conscious ness iiti these dark hours that there isa life beyond where there is no death neither sorrow nbrc drying neither is there any more pain Tis so comforting to know isIsure to end in a happy perceful death Such was the life and such the death of Miss Kate Hundley who passed peacefully jinto the beyond at 530 p m March 9iiu She was a devoted sister and a true loving friend Those who knew her love to testify to her sweet selfsacri ficing lifea life of devotionto her family and friends and a life of trust in the Savior Words are but empty tributes to the memory of such a llife We hold her sacred in our hearts Her place cannot be filled in her home or the community yet we are persuaded that our loss is her eternal gain Quietly trustingly she passed fromus and is gone to swell the great majority A large procession of friends slowly followed the mortal remains to their last resting place and mingled theirgtears with the bereaved brothers and sisters In the quiet ghurchyard of the Camp Ground she was llaid to rest beside those who had preceded her and as we turned away we felt we could almost hear thosja sweet words I am the resurrection and the life He that believeth in mo though he were dead yet shall he live Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep From which none ever woke to weep A calm an undisturbed repose Unbroken by the Jast of foes A FRIEND Foloys Honey and Tar Cough Medi cine Is unquestionably the best remedy for tho thniat and lungs Pleasant to take and is guaranteed Tlayctbn Rooortoon The requirements of n nxHJiclna is to lighten tho burden of pain anil cure This brings us to tho question of a remedy and Tublers Buckeye PIlo Oint ment is tho only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles th tis en dorsed by physicians Cures tho most obstinate coxes llaydon if Robert son MACKVILLE From Our Regular Correspondent Miss Myrtie Barnes of Bloom ington Ind is visiting her cousin Miss Rena Shewmaker Misses Bettio and Ollie Shew maker spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Maggie Cocanoughor of East Texas Indtwasside of his sister Mrs Crouch Miss Maggie Graves whathas beenvisiting her brother Mol and Graves of Lebanon Junction has returned home Mr Mat Graves and wife who have been seriously ill for the past few months are reported no bettor MrV Paris Peter sold to Will jam Busby onefouryear mare for fifty dollar Mr Joe Raybourne and others who went to Louisville last week to dispose of their tobacco rear ized good prices Rev Purdom failed to fill his regular appointment hero Satur day and Sunday on account of his sons illness at his homunear East Texas Died on Friday morning March lth at half past two oclock Mrs Harrison Crouch in the 62 vear of her age the remains were taken to Willisburg and piaced by the side of those o her bus1 bandDr Domaree was called last week to Bagdad Shelby county to the bedside of his father who lived only a few hours after his arrival Mrs Demaree who has been quite sick for several tlays is reported some better Little Bessie the three year daughter of Mr and Mrs Mol and Graves of Lebanon Junction died last Tuesday of membranous croup and was brought anti in terred in the Macksville come tery Aftflr years of untold suffering from pllos B WPurxell of knUnerrtTillePa was cured by ualnt a Binglo pox of Do WIlLs Witch Harel jjalve Skin Us eases such as eczema rush pimplfisan l obstinate sores are readily cured bv this ramo remedy Waters tt Browne Tout TlreU Perlinc Iorconleg pl1parat9ns FoleysIwe know thn unequaled merits of this goat uitfuirluo flab dun It Robertson a mn Granny Metcalfe SSSSSSISSSI S s et yt fi Id tad mrf bt I1Lfh itdlonl r4t ss5 njUMsiTfliy It tl= prtst rUfSIppwtt tII 0t uIta wtII Si itbtMu I lie un 5415 8Lr duahK7 r DR BEL- LSPineTa r I Honey lofn E 3114 c Pisb MOORESVILLE fFrom Our Regular Correspondent Wheat is looking remarkably well for this time of year Mr Mat Traux our merchant c was in Louisville last week to purchase his spring stock of goods Mr J R and Miss Susie Moore were in Spencer county last week Married Marchthe llth at the residence of Mr W B BarlowsIMr Jesse Weekloy to lissa Barlow Rev Sales officiat ing May every joetheirs Death bits again invaded the home of Mr and Mrs Guy Ren olds and taken therefrom little Katie their twoyearold child There was only a period of twoI weeks between their childrens deaths The doctors was puzzled as to the cause of the deaths Interment March 12th at Naw Hope burying ground The par cuts have the sympathy of the entire neighborhood Mrs Susan M Boblet was re moved from Fairfield to Mrs Lettie Stevensons near here She is suffering from a cancer Miss OraTroutman visited in Louisville last week Miss Myrtle Virgin visited her uncle the Hon Ham Shehan at Frankfort last week Miss Nannie Benedict is bach ing a subscription school at the Mooresville chool house t Miss Susie Pope of Springfield will begin teaching a subscript ion school at Hog Run school house the first of AprilIFarmers are sowing oats planting potatoes at a rapid rate Mr Jnq W Collins has gone to Illinois to make that his fut uro hone his wife will join him in a few days W 0 E Er rrbod8 jc So wonderfitlant and rcfrrnlnnfr to the taste nrl gently and positively on klilnojs liver and llOneljcleansing the ejillro nysturi dlitpel colds ftandofCec today 10 23 60 ccntn Bold nnd guaranteed to cure byall druggists Honmeiiciis aenas on to HorlouH of tan throat and may ntJ UIJr ranging cough Di Bflllh Irrlt4Uf fhoney will quloklT clear tim + IcAjro the voice mid smooth Infalllblo rcm yJ1 lot coughs and colds audaU disorder tho throat and lungs Uoo l druggists soil It 25o NEWS LEADER 81 a year G R Harmon iJ fI = 2 TPffi LIVERYMAN i 55Has on hanQ for the summer season some new rigs and 2 good horses 2 r e fl FIRSTCLASS accommoda tions for the traveling EEpublic= ut 55AINSTReSPRINGFIELD KY Ijr Telephone No3 II CASTORIA For Infants and Children us- cruzue t ITIt- rf i S9 eeGeG EG IPATENT8i 11DESIGNSTRADEMARKS d 1 FREE CHARGE Ouldo erliow to Od a JIteut sent tee OFARRElL FOWLER QIFARREL i tf LaWtrJ addtcdaedcu t Patta 2 1425 f WSHISaTOH S aa93 9 E EGQ 1 A k- Laresf Stock j Best Styles Lowest Pricesi We are certainly showing the largest best selected stockof Dry Goods Fine Clothing Etc1 that wfe have ever shown friends and the public recognize the fat thatlndIIhave always led in styles and values and we better prepared to serve and protect our rand patrons than we have ever been before DRESS GOODS V Our DreSs Goods stock embracps agreat variety in Plain Goods Noveltiesin Blacks and Colors 1atI the LOWEST PRICESr t r CLOTHINGt f We are showing the largestand mqstTattractiyo J line of cloihioir ever show in our toweOM Mens Suits 3 00 S400 dnd up jJ Boys Stilts 2 50 S3 00 and up Childs Suits 60s cents Sl00 anU up TJtor Mins fln pants CHEAP Nt r 4Chi1drensV1mLBRthLclohinging is matTe trimmed and fit sane as merchant tailors clothing n j lJ jj SHOES t T 3 j jlulls we sell Manns Shoe Oompanv aud Mai cv Bros Women and Childrens Dr w Salby Co and t w StepbenvPmney UoDont buy until you have examined these goods j CARPETS CURTAINS ETC J fi vWE STILL LEAD JN v n Carpets Lace Curtains 4 Oil Cloths Shades Q Mattings Curtain Poles a n Linoleums T Curtain Swiss tj Rugs Etc Curtain Nets Etc Np trouble to show these goods Come in andQ v see then a Our Stokof Wall Paper is large and attracliva r in the hew colors and combinations You must v see it to appreciate it ii fi tWo are still making special prices and inducements In the way of prizes to Cash Buy rs eunninham Duncanv = mmmmmmmsmiv J M BURTON DEN 1TAYDON 8R v I 71 f jtJ J7VI BWROK C9 l D1 AYDNS1t NANA0En t 1n Dnfleriakcrss and 4 dFnneral Directors r W r 1 COFFINS Iii CASKETS BURIAL jt V ROBES I r OF ALL KINDS FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day I O or bight 1j1i The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBALMER a I fii graduate from a school l of embalming have been Dga b to cdltt4 HAOAN BLOCK RPRINGFIELD t J i7Q AVTAJA 4At V d 4 Gf1pr I The vBuggyOld Reliable i I give a printed OUARAFTEE wJtheach one fthe Old Reliable BuykPhuetou or Surrey t V to ITiave Springfield largest Btpclr of HtUno and Saddles to select from ever brought i V Ie I Dug y Harness from S500 to filB Sj4 I Mens Saddles from S to 815 t S bi aBctys Saddles from 200 to84op 8 1 IVIACHIIMERY Iam agent for the Deering IIarve8terandB1ndetnwerefc Rake Etc Deerlng Twine none bettera none as good It Is amooffB K and strong and even and long j S v SM KARRJGK VVlwr Down Town Below Thompson H- otelrAr ff torfs sjwc I UBliokdllsderfor e Tyjeiriter DURABLE PORTABLE INS JlHQIBLE PRICEsS35OO1 v Fuljy Guaranteed Hon can it be done Simplicity in con fstruction and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust result in an honest product at an honest price Tfie Blckensdeifqr is built on strictly scisntifii principles and of the highest grade material ands guaranteed twice as long as the 8100 Trust machines Some distinctive features Visible Work Portability Durability la tjdr changeable Type doing away frith ribbon nuisance unvarying alignment enexcelled manifolding utc t The Bllckens3erfer is the only typewriter receiving Highest Award at Worlds Fair rmprbvedsirico v GrSen for Catalogue and Testimonialsi i f H1 MOORE BRpSv j GENERAU AGENTS D Oy Ti i i i i THE ESLEARrtT- jttsili ThURSDAY XORNIXO fI JIf SPINGFIELD KY Ma r r IO nn IP IDIINADVANO1 I 1Loal or Business Notices 10 cents per for the first Ics ri n ani5 cents for thub9iseron b ii111s on cunnl dates and political matter lOcnts per line ifdbWork h done at low rates but cash must b3 pitd on dJvcofcOdg Advertising cotitn ta made on liberal enns Obituaries and resolutions of respect 8 perltn t t AcNOUxptUXT3 f Jloun Ktsra es J it2qquntYcers 500 gs44 4 iF RWfldep = 1 DENTISTIt g All Dental Operations Performed = TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN In Springfield every first Thursday ir Jsind Friday oteach month = Itf 1 HU Fourth Avenuo = LOUISVILLE KY I- I- JOSB i n SSELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 7PFFICD nouns 9o1OALan47to8PM OFFICE in McOhord Robertson Bldg Y r W F NEJIjCIRR ATTORNEY AT LAWI OFiW wl1b1Cd 3McC- uoRuFRINRR1 C j rlR OFFICEjHOURS ia to a p m fi EVERYDAY 4 PKTtTGFraLDf KYE lit1 IKj L BURTON RESIDENT DENTIST r 1 JEETji ATTRACTED Pl WITHOUT PAIN J OrriccjBIockoYcr Mansfle l 1soitsaioBPRINGP1JEJLD KY W Croii aaWBrtige Work Speclajty lJ4 1 RtAN rSr r A j Q 4La 4 Land and tock Sales a Specialty r PRINGFIELD KY SVR DR CAlcWELLSN 6RiiH LAMPTON II oil OElPIQE XVBn CtRCCITCLKRKa FpICF t f iWeh joaLako a little foir the Btomachs sako be sure that you get a PURE ABTIOLE THESJJllHYaiDE SALOON Ke ps KothfKg but i PURE WHISKIES PURE BiiKDIESJ PURE WINES ICORDIALS CIGARS AX0 IfJ9B ACOO 4 J F GREENE Prop Wall Street Lower BAot New Robert eonBuUding REUBEN MOCK BLACKSMITH r Horseshoeing Carriage Repairing and General Blacksmithing All work guaranteed to give satisfaction at the Casey shop 4 SPRINGFIELD KY t Eilncnto Your Ilowela VKIi CtUeareU Cahdr Cathartic cure con llpotlou forerdr loGr If C C klU drUrktWrOt12fld morty Dootannoy otliota uy your couf hlnfc ouirrlskyour life by neglectlnff a told Oner Mitmte odgh Care cares ougl4 andXcoljroupi Krljppoand aIlozhrn throat and 7U nK tro OWl 5lJteni firOTttooJ w I ff ff Hff H I ABOUT TOWN Ig j Y 4 j j S j 3 jj 5 B P Rock eggsfar sale 5Qc forv15 MRS WILSON GREEN Sinringfield Ky FRESH fish every Friday e rJbs A Shaders MANSFIELD CLAyBR0OK- Lare1 daily receiving new goods Mr Joe S GJaybrooke is now in the eastpurchasing spring Call on them for correct styles and low prices on dry goods clothing hats shoes etc NORTHER Seed Potatoes Early Rose Burbanks Rurals Efebrons Early Ohios all iarg and fine Special prices ii large lots Jos A Shader DR J it BDRTON has fp ur chased of UndO Dick Ed len the property on llower Main Icnown s the Carding property Price paid is said to be 1000 Dr Burton own s property adjoining l BANANAS oranges lemons and upplcs at John C Shaders JOHN McAuLiFF gQt out a writ of forcible detainer against Crow and sons to get possession of a small farm near town which the Crqws had rented from McAuliff for they 1897 and had failed to give up when the lease expired The case was trid in Judge LitseyX court and resulted in a hungi jury OPEN kettle New Orleatis mo lasses the best made at John C Shaders SAM GOODE and Lizzie Mason both colored and residents oft that festive locality known as l1Tim Town were tried before Judge Litsey Sntrdayon the charges of breach of peace They had engaged In a good old fashioned rock fight a few days ago Qam who seems to have been the aggressor was fined S250 and cosrwhUe the woman l J was let off with a fine of one cent and the court costs CREMclleese and fresh crack at Jos A Shaders Miss WILL KNOTT has ac cepted a position with Mrs JG Mansfield and is now in the wholesale markets copying the French pattern hats and pre paring for the spring millinery opening which will be on Sat urday before Easter The pub lie is invited to attend BUY your garden seed from Jos A Shader He keeps all the best varieties THE missionary rally at the Presbyterian church last Thurs day evening was well attended by the members of the mission ary society and others and quite a pleasant as well as profit able evening was enjoyed by all FOR canned goods go to Join C Shaders MR HENRY PHILLIPS wilE wasborn in this county in 1822 and moved to Lojiisville in 1851 i died at that place Monday last of heart disease He was known to ti good many of the older residents f thIS place NORTHERN seed potatoes onion sets and garden seeds etc at John C Shaders THE new telephone exchange over Haydon Robertsons drag store is fitted out neatly and completely withQ its new board There are now forty 3subscribersi more applications are in to Ibe supplied with new instruments The service is greatly improved and more satisfactory in every way and few business houses can afford to be without a phone WANTEDTO btiy a well improved farm of about two or three hundred acres H 15 STILES Maud Ky WILL PHILLIPS colored was arrested and tried befor Judge Baker Tuesday bhr thechltfjge of robbing Henry Hart another negroof eight dollars The two men were out together one night recently and Hart claims that Phillips relieved him of his pocketbook Judge Baker de cided that there was not enough proot in the case to hold the accused over to answer to the charg of robbery and he wa discharged WE desire to call attention this week to the new advertise ment of C R Harmon the liveryman He is well equipped to offer firstclass accommodations to the traveling public Northern seed potatoes 90o a bushel at Jos A Shaders WHARTON TAPP have a tel ephone and you cart order a horse and bum over the Wire and it will be sent immediately tover the road to you WashIEhave decided to hold another old yearsi Noe is SecretaryTreasurer and the date of the meeting is set fgr August 24 1resbyterianra CountyeCourt 1the 28th FOR SALE The Springfield Planing Milllplant with stock 20tcirCUIIr1sawr also several houses and llots in town of Springfield Ky Gallon or address MARK GREENE SPRINGFIELD I y IN commenting the case of1 the town of Springfield against the Peoples Bank for back taxes we led some to infer that a judgmentwas rendered against the bank Such was not the case for the case was not sub meritsThet and the demurrer was overruledi so that the case willnow be tried pn its merits A CABIN on the Bloomfield pike about a mile and a halfr from town was burned on last Saturday The cabin had beer occupied by Dave Spakiicjr a t colored man Spalding had moved from the house a day or two before and it is said was forced out by the Hogan brothers from whom he had attempted to buy the place but there was some controversy overthe payment due BEN POWELL the clever guard ian ofUncle Sams mixjl on the route from Springfield to Mack yule came in yesterday with a story of a wonderful hail storm that occurred in the Mackville neighborhood at an early hour yesterday Bon says that for about ten minutes hail stones fell as large as guinea eggs and that glass in the windows of several houses was broken and ithat at one place the stones fell hard enough to mike holes in a tin roof He says that people from a point several miles be yond Mackville report that hail stones as large as a goose egg fell in that vicinity lNED MORAN an old colored ValleyLneighborhood is one most remarkable men iin the county He is the father oft twenty eight children During- or just before the war he married and his first wife bore him four children and died Shortly after lie married again and two eoksago his wife gave birth to her twentyfourth cfiild since she was married to Ned just twenty six years ago She has never borne twins but the children have come singly and with the regularity of time itself Uncle Ned is a veteimn of the civilj war and draws a pension of twenty dollars a month Only about eight of his children have lived to maturity THE last meeting of the Una tauquawas held with Miss Bet tie Irvin and proved to be the largest meeting held thiswinter It was unanimously decided by the class as well as the visitors present Hawaii should not be annexed to the United States The next meeting will be held llJot Mrs Ella McElroys on upper Main strdet tomorrow night The following is the program Quotations from Ruskin Re mainder of questions on lesson the question table The Paris Commune Miss Mary Browne presentrI Cabinetr Miss Bottle Irvine Zolas Imprisonments Miss Kate Mayes A study of Sicily Mrs A H McChord U The CrayIcroft Mn J M McMAiiiMns representing the Chicago Buildings and Manufacturing Company a machineryfor trying to interest some of our citizens in an effort to build a creamery and cheese establish ment at this place Mr McMan imus made a talk at the Court- House Tuesday afternoon an outlined his plans He pro poses to assist in selling 4O p worth of stuck among the business men here and guarantees for thrtt amount of money to put in a firstclass establishment He is still here and has met with considerable encouragoinent good many citizens agreeing to take stockintha concern Wash ington county is a goodS dairy county with a home market for milk and cream the farmers would make a great effort to keep on hand good milch cows THE stile of the franchise for privilege for putting water works and laying mains and water pipasthrough the town of Spring field which was advertised occurred Monday at the hour named Mr W B Spears as auctioneer after reading the ordinance culled lor bids and Mr J A Holmboe of Louis vill6 offered the sum of one dollar for the franchise There was no other bid and Mr Holm boe become the purchaser under conditions specified in the ordj nance The Board of Town Trustees will hold a meeting on the 30th of this month at which time Mr Hdlmboo is expected to submit plans and propositions which must be acceptable to the board before the sale of the franchise is finallv ratified Mr Holmboe has a survey of the various sites propqsed for the building of a reservoir about tpwn and is thoroughly satisfied that a good water systqm can be put in here that will be self sus taming and a paying investment He says that ho is prepared to build the plant His object is to organize a stock company Ho would prefer to got citizens of Springfield interested in the company but if they will not take hold he is prepared to build thesystem anyway The town is to have no interest in the company as yet and will be quired to pay a certain sum leI annum for the use of fire plugs Mr Holmboe has not ye given out thd details of his plan but everything will be submitted to the meeting of the Trustees before anything will be done toward a ratification of the sa- leFERSONTL Miss Lettio Leachman Is visiting relatives in Louisville Dr J M Burton went to Louis vllle yesterday Mr A H McChord isjn Cincinnati buying goods Mis Laura McChord has returned to hbT schoofac Danville Joe Olaybrooke is in Cincinnati buying his stock of soring goods W J CarthveI1and1atsyJohnson were over from Lebanon Sunday Gt D Dpncan and family are mov ing this week into their handsome new residence IHon 0 C McChord and wife and daughter came in last night from Frankfort Mr and Mrs John W Lewis and daughter Miss Mary spent Sunday in Lebanon The MisHes LIsle and Mr Charles Baldrick of Lebanon were here for a few hours Monday Mrs Louise Saunders is reported to be about recovered from her shell of scarlet fever Mr and Mrs James Allen of Bloomfield were here Sunday to visit the family of Dr W weRay Mr Davifl Bohon of Harrodaburg was the guest of Miss Katharine Gray Saturday and Sunday last Mr Elmer Anderson of WincheH ter is hero this week on a visit to relatives In the county Miss Willy Knott left Monday for Cincinnati to buy a spring stock of mlllinery for Mrs J G Mansfield Miss Lydia MuElroy entertained a crowd of her young friends at her home Friday evening Arthur Campbell Joe Claybrookc Geo Whatton Bob Suttdn and Jim Greene wore in Bard ltown Sunday Quito a crowd of young men from here took In the minstrel show at Lebanon Tuesday night They say it was a firstclass entertainment Rev R E 0 Lawson and R J Browne will leave next Tuesday to be prehent at the launching the battle ship Kentucky Misses ZelmaTbompson and Carrie Selecman and Messrs B D Lake and H R Thompson went to Louisville Tuesday to see Nat Goodwin Miss Annie D Grundy who camo home last week on nccduot of being sick has about recovered and will re turn to her school at Louisville on Monday next Will McElroy who has been with the RoblnsonPettit Co of Louisville was compelled on account of Ill health to giye up his position and iis now at home for a rest Hon Ham Shohan after an excit Ingtime aIi1on the solons at Frnnkfort has returned to more paceful pursuits on his farm near Maud this county There are three little things which dof niore work than then any other three lIttle thhiRs created they are the ant nllltr8IlthOstomach and liver tVoubloj Waters A Browne I I IHE MARKETS the following table represents the pritfes 11ythe ti2variations thereafter on prlvat advices from Louisville dealers Whpnt per bu Corn per luhoj Oatsperbu 2db 22 aSirbuClover f M 2 5to 2 rd Tiniothj par bn 8to 50 Orchard Grass per Im 75to 00 HITimothy per cwt 50 45ILOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE I port furnished by tho Louisville Live LoulsvihleExtra shipping W 60a4 05 Light shipping t 25a4 60 Bust butcHer steers 4 i5a4 30i Fair to good butehar steers s 6fci4 Common to mod butcher steers 3 40u3 63 Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawags 25a3 25 001IOxenFeeders 3 0514 35 Stockers 3 73a42t Bulls n t75a3 40 Veal Calvesp 25i6 50 MILCILCOWS Choice much cows 35 00i45 00 Fa1i00t23 00 flogs Choice packing andbutchew J I2li lbtqOQQ Ub gO Fair to good packing lb 2ocn6 rrrrTtt 390 Ito to extra light lCO1801b3 80a3 00 slioats 150 Ib 3 40a370- FatRhoata lOOlOlb 3 WaS 40 Pigs 60 tQW Ibs a 50a3 00 Roughs 150tWlb 2U50a3 S5 HIIEEP AND LAMBS i Gcyxl to extra shipping sheep 3 50a3 75 Fair to good t 3 25 Common to medium 2 00j25i Btioks 2 75a3 00 Skips and scallawags per head SOul Extra spring lambs t 73a5 00 Best butcher lambs 4 25a4 75 Fair to good butcher lambs 3 75a4 25 Tallends 2 Wa3 00 PRODUCE Report furnished by HurndonCarter Co MQTnMvlllo Ky EoosSteady Fresh rebandId2aSXc Market firm Best grades alCc choice stock 12al4c packing OalOc FouLTUt Market steady Chlakenshcns roosters 3a8 c spring chickens 8a geose full foohereol l per dozen i3 Sk plucked per dozen 3o350 turkeys alive lOallc turkeysdressed 10al2c- B Michigan hand picked 110al25 new home to HinBS Grenn salteJ Da3c dry salt U lSc dry Qint 14al5c uRSItacCoon Kos to mink Nos to 4 skunk prime black short sttipo narrow stripe 20a40o broad stripe 15c opossum 5a15c mu kint 5a20c red fox OalS5 gray fox 20a5Qj Sorghum molasses 22a 25cWi geL beeswax 25c par Ib clover seed f2 75i1325 per bu onions 2 75a300 per bbl rags per cwt FcATn Prime white gooso 33a34c gray mixed or old cOxiox SETS Red and yellow SSOaOOO white as to quality 750800 DRIED APILES New sundried active demand 3n3c Imsu roTATOss Homo grownnew crop 210 225 per bbl WOOL Best 2lo22c hurry ISalSr tub washed 30a32c black clear ISaSOc black burry ISalCc- APPLES Market higher and firm Fancy 300a400 choice 250a300 common 200a250 HAT GRAIX Best hay strictly fanoy per ton tOalOO straw per ton 40 a 450 ear corn 32a33c shelled corn in bulk 3inS3 feeding oats 3ia33c wheat No2 Wal00 TOBACCO MARKETS The following ore tbo revised quo tations as prepared by the Quotation Committee of the Loaf Tobacco Ex change at Louisville for this week 1390 CROP RED QUBLEY Trash green or mixed 6 00 Trash sound 6 00 to 6 50 Commpn Jugs 6 60 to 800 Medium lugs 8 00 to 000 Good lugs 5 00 to 10 50 Common loaf short 9 00 to 12 00 Common leaf 12 00 to 10- 0Mediumleaf15 00 to 1800 Good leaf 18 00 to 22 00 Fino and selections 2g 00 CoLony BURLEY Trash green or mixed 050 Trash sound 650 to 7 Common lugs 7 50 to 8 50 Medium lugs 8 60 to 9 Goodlings 9 00 to 10 08 Common leaf short 0 00 to 00 Common loaf n 00 to 11 00 Medium leaf 14 00 to 17 00 Good leaf 1700to220o Fine and selections 32 00 1897 CROP RED BURLEY Trash green or mixed 4 00 to 6 00 Trash sound 5 00 to 600 Commbn lugs 6 00 to 800 Medium lugs 800to 9 60 Good lugs 9 50 to 10 60 Common loaf short 9 60 to 11 00 Common Joafl1 00 to 12 00 Medium leaf 12 00 to 14 00 Good leaf 14 00 to 17 00 Fine and selections 17 00 to 22 OOLORY DURLEY Trash green or mixed 4 60 to 6 50 Trash sound 5 60 to 7 00 Common lugs 7 00 to 800 Medium tugs 8 00 to 9 60 Good lugs 9 60 to 1200 Common leaf short 0 00 to 11 00 Common leaf iii00 to 13 00 Medium leaf 13 00 to 15 00 Good leaf1500 to 17 00 Fine and selections as bo Vonro anxious to do a little good In pleasaideronflncdlng One Minute Cough ciironn a proveptlvo of pneumonia consumption and other serious lung troubles that low neglected colds Waters Drowno to Cure ConitlpatlooTForevcr 550ILur1 1 ilucKlcns Arnica Salvo The best ftxlvo in tliQworld for Cuts Bruises Sores tilcare TJlcewij Salt Hhe im Fovorsoros Tetter Chopped hurts Coilblains corns nnd all AkIn eruptions anti positively cures PUttS or no pay perfootPrice 25 COlts por box at Ilaydon to Hob orisons Urnjc tOr- oNWSLEADERI a year hAW AVA Av vare still selling iw 0BUGGIES t f But vo also handle all kinds 5 of FARMING IMPLEMENTS y We buy arid bell Hay Grain aud Peed fc 44we sell coal at the LOWEST CfiSfl PRICE r Come in and let us Show yofl our new wheel I Vananda111 I A strictly highprarle bicycle 2 in every respect and t1selhiug at the extremely low S prIce 01 ljO CornSfln and examine the wheel Sand let us showyou fe the jood points about it that g t otherseyf higher price do not possess 4 +t4 THOMPSON LKKTE j SPRINGFIELD KY yIINP AV VAT v vttJ FRUIT TREES s I will as agent for J A Ailed Son have a variety ofFruit Trees on County Court day in March Anyone wanting same can procure them If you wish an Qrder address me and I will attend to your wants W 0 ELLISM- OORESVIILLE KY I T 1g A I it Want io 12 fJUY t Hides Furs Poultry g 8 and Eggs 4 2 For which I propose to pay n the highest market price 4 Ji A HENDREN I l SPMNGFIELD AYIy JV Av YiSrIJYA V Dont Tobirro Spit sail Smoke You Ute To quit tobacco cully antI forever be magnetic full of lits nere and vigor take NaTo Dec tho won JcrworU cr hint make weak men strong All lricclILWe or II Cure jroaraD tent Booklet anU sample free AdOres stcfRemedy Oa Chicago or Irew York o = II The Citizens Hairdressing and I Shaving Parlors DEtOW SPftlNQPIELD HOTEL DILLARD TAPP Propr L Everything now and clean I endeavor to please niy customers and your patronage is solicited I have arranged with Alex Adams and Uncle John Ttyroe the Well known barbers and each will have a chair In the shop where they will be glad to wait bn their old cu tomersi= =cvA AAVAVAVAvA UtWA newu Ik i11 BatK Rooms I i 1II- II JOHN TYBEE Propp I 4g I 1ew and elegant bath tubswith- It all modern Improvements Hot 4 and cold water Baths at all house 25 cents Call and try S ono i tMAIN STREET tBELOW aSRINdtflELD HOTEL v m + 4f LEGAL blanks formagistrates- use for sale at this office in any qXiajitity at city prides STRtVAu- yono like floweta aiV exquisite Ingest site packets of perfect and Illtistrited for cents Giant mtsr iiifcheB ohryeantbomnmUt IAC i uauHad5 tJ1est in existence f uVwettT Vet Jarpcdouble of globular shape six to ten 34 foot w11euitgYourOSBORN S ODftQD TtDISON r4Mt J1 E1ij 1aj INSURE YOUR LIFE iI INSURE YOUR PROPERTY a WITH f Johnl McHroy Agemtaf1 fleprcsentinpt tbo following yeJl kno n dcWiJanleii The Mntttal Insurance Company ofNew York pvThe Hartford Fire Insurance Company of Hartfpfd Oolifl The Aetna Insurance Coflipany t of Coflfl adliberalf i1 JOFPIcI AT Fm 3T NATIONAL BAlTHl A S 1 siriEDUOAQN tuengiessorthe Ann tmiorLsntEiDraining a the sebeol that itaodt la thif very front ranHthe BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE raW a LOUlSVlLLfe l3ookkeeph SKortKand Telegraph SUPERB rbr for bountiful buck gitteg teflilmaftMs ttjffl graduates occupying pfominnnt positions all ovef1 the United gtdtesifc will be mailed FBEfi 250HORSESI QO1IOESES i8th Sale at the Old Reliable i r 1V7PL P1rRI mANVILLE APRIL 12 13 14 1898 The place In Kentucky to sell you horses Why Ehe best buyers buy there The best horses sell here Thehigheav prices are paid there arid the trifling Correspondene solicited Enter now 4Ef EAPLOONEB DanVille Zy ttSttkI = ELEMENTS St IA iMAYESV and I i 17 D7LERSll KWe carry everything In Uxidcrta1dng good and I1 our stock is COMPLETE eYertf detaiUC V Calls promptly attended today andhi ht XI i wI We make a speciai of Ema1niig andc1eiMR CLEMENTS a graduate of a school of Embalnv ingi Give ui a tfiaL X X X iMAIN STREET SPRINGFIELD KY ti I ExLieut1iveroor TATE OP If EW YORK 8Hot9 t NY One of New YorkfmatwrstoteSfflCn ad DarllamontarlaDS ydars s member of the wlttalturo and a Utnesffa Speaker Is iioa his third Oonitituuon Oot1enuon lttlnJn In hU beauufui old affe btfolrea attcnttoil also to hllowli eouautuUOe roybfle lttlng In tho New York Legislature M a toUow tnembor with Dr wrotot HottMMPcnn lii SheMsmbly Chamber Albany NY Sini am lOea uf th 0 no of your and 11beno6toct and Nervo Tonic for which very touch Again from the OontUtntlon Convention Albany J une bo wrttjM Or Fenner your kind letter of tao 80th lust camS Culytohand lcxpe TOUritroatEea edy to further prolong my life yean pFor sale by Iloydou k Bobortnon Notice Taxpayers Ort after the fourth Mon day in March persons owing me taxes as exDeputy Sheriff may be prepared to have their property advertised and sold without further notice to satisfy the amoudt of the taxes H B POWELL ExDeputy Sheriff W Gi NEWSLKACER 1 00 a year ff STODDEfiDS 4 can fafefc thefn SVygrow The of the and tIthIngor a shOW bed 3 this seed our Catalogue to rdtorComet Asters Grow abo t 18 hlgu and bear their immense th1tegpinkmlkcdtPetals bothbrghtor sbaded Tletll very l J Life Hartford it oar l KY Vftlte kINocRrrIKY nest cost is Emhalmers FURNITURE Dear and weed One of Tiro utTbo blAdder was created Serene purpose namely a receptacle forr the urine atuM auccit Is not liable to ahy form of disease wayIsTua second way tis from careless local treatment of other diseases CHIEF CAtSE Unhealthy urine from Unhealthy kWaeyt is the chief cause of bladder Uotbles Ho tho womb like the bladder was created for one pUJpoSe and if toot doctored too touch is not liable to weakness or dlsoo e except in rare caste 111is sItuated back of and i tadlseasotitr kidneys backbladderor nrUiary passageia often by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some SI1 The cttor is easily made and may ba neasily avoided To fine out oeyour urine aside for twent rfour houri a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder1 trouble Tho mild and extraor dinary effect of r Kilmer BwafflpRoot tho great kfduty and bladecr retted 6 noon realized Ifyoanoed a modJcInn yott should have the best At drUgidflU ifty and one dollar You may hove a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by isall Mention NEWS and asad yosirad dress to Dr Kilmer ft Co JllBKa ato4v if Y Tho proprieto8 of Ulsi paperue ante tboirenuincn of this offer fjfy NEWS LEDEK1sro q iA HeWlikHC N MM Wherever properly inthTdaccd Dr 0 OildWolla Svrtip PepsIflVfta a cure tot cortatipation has ifaet with phenomo uat sales Many druMf ts caanpt say a enough li id prase ot Its merIttwell jw Ita grtwt popularity with the people In lOc trial else attd also Inee HIIl fl allCC at Waters atJiJrowe Iy 1111 SAbW 41 t t t 1IE0T4t Htwitg MUul It YTu i bf TlIE lNEWSREADER j i ANOPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE I EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD GASTOBIA AND PITCHERS CABTOBIA AS OUR TRADE MARK ItM SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts w rntk9 originator of PITCHERS CASTORIA the same 4tht has borne end does now x sfZ5 Zr on every bear the faceimile signature of C fifZ ZZrt wrapper Tfifit tho original PITCHERS CASTOFUA which has been use in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty L t yttrs LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and eee that it is the kind you have always bought 71 on the 4nd hoe the sIgnature of wrap per No one bee authority jrbm me to uss my name ex tiJspt The Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher ia President i March 8 1897 Qru 51iPCKTU T1lirr t j i1e o4surOcc 151 It flyJb HARBOUR ib I 11flixiPtnotable characters wlo flourished Iin rural New England ugh r borhood a good many years ago They were an entirely inoffensive old couple highly respected by all although it was admitted that hey were rather peculiar Their peculiarities did not bow I Wer do anyone any harm and fr their neighbors told the simple truth when they said tnat there p waol aletterearted couple Anywhere than Moses and Elizi dnn Todd They were devoted members of the little Baptist church on i tbo banK of the river a mile or toTrom tlnir house and every f Sunday morning in sunshine or l li storm winter aLd summer t alike they wendod their way oter the hills to raeeiinV One of tho deacons illusions was that Jie was a tine singer He admitted when be was sev eolyfiye tiai he could not slug Alike he used to could but he could still outsing anmemberIL of the church orcb warmed up to it The painful fact was that as outspoken Keziah Shute said Deacon Todd couldot sing no moren a horse could He made a noisea tremendous ear plit ting bloodcurdling noise with t T cui any suggestion of time or tuoedr harmony in it Ii fc lJe jest bellers thats it heL f simply bfcllers declared Eeziab 4 4Isenougb to raise the dead out iaythe chuIchyard whoa he its to gbini on anything like tHowF Firm a Foundation or From Greenlands Icy Moan taiasjp Somebody ought to toll im thai he cant sin the least inite i r t Butjtwhcn he was seventy five no one had Vet imparted this in formation to Deacon ToJd The deacon was about the best off of anyone in his neighborhood Sand lie enerally ehtertain3d vis iting elders or other church dig nitaries who chanced to be tar ryinIn the vicinity r7 One Sunday Elder Tubbs was announced to preach attbei church Now Elder Tubbs was a man of wide reputation and his coming was quite an event aud Deacon and Eliza Ann Todd4 preIparedto entertain him in a man uerbecominfipquein his position He was a very large and stiffly I dignified man whose manner conveyed the i impression that beI noverlaughed himself and could n mid not countenance that folly IA others After a discourse an hour and threequarters In length Eldur Tubrb was invited to go home and diae with Deacoa Todd The deacon had brought his little twoseated lLght wagon to phutich and wben he started nome he was seated on the front rfseat while Elder Tubbs and ThizaAtnn sat on the back seat IINbwD acon Todd who was 0f lta jjoyful nature always sang peoj1efamiliar with this peculiarity of the deacons that when they hoard wierd unearthly nofses in tbs night or in the daytime they said Deacon Moed must beabroad Thats him screecbinj i Perhaps if the deacon had not ofI j been so deaf he would have real ized his limitations asa vocalist But ho was so deaf that his i oi slifillestand highest notes soupd edl1amtly in his ears andone i liad V9 cream when talking to him WBtn fairy started on his 4 ioaewardFay with ElderTubbs iHii Ellza Ann behind ibim on VY1 aemorable Sunday the r jco bcjran to rpar out 1 0n J tHiag jsjormy banks I stand APteaasL HvUbf ul eye v This ws fojlowed by Oorc S nation and Happy Dto andii Are We Sinners Yet Alive t In his harttbeLu4ccu thought that ho was giving the elder all rare musical treat but thelook of weariness and impatience onii theldersl face indicated a lack j of appreciation of Ithe deicons effort They had reached the bottom of a long sand hill and as the old horse begantociimbil the deacon started in Were aebin1 home for to die no more Higher and shriller rose his awful voice The woods andI vales pave echo and tthe cattle in Ihd fields took to their heelsI The wpgori wajJ about halfway thelleastsome kind gave way and the souL on which Elza Ann and the elder were seated tipped backj and out it went over the end of ihe wagon carrying the elder acd Eliz Ann with itItalizU Ann shrieked but the doacon was on bio highest notes and did not hoar her He roveI ons reaming out IIC you git there before I do Look out for me Im acomlntoo Moses shrieked Eliza Ann Deacon called out the elderI sternly lOut the deacon beard them not Ignorant of all that bad happened he drove on repeat ing IIi y6u git there before I do Tidder dam I UlptI dum Ido Sometimes the fdeacon Vpuld omit a line when bewas singing and sipgjin its place a senseless jargon like that given above hadkbfortunately fallen irdo about a loot of sand and were not hurt ovIeredpicked up the deacon was nearly to the top of the bill The elder was too large to run and although he tried ID do so the deacon disap4 peaied over the brow of the hill still singing If you git there berore I 110 etc Half an hour later he drove into his own dooryardi and his daughter come to the door and asked Why father where3 mother elderI looked back Well llll be switched he said Whar be they Thats what rcf like to knowrlhe deacon gathered up his Ten and said hr re kcu I spilled em oiW some whars on the rodon that sand hill likely Your mall be awfully elderwelJIldrutber the older He met them toiliLg slowly up another hill in the burning sun Toe elder vas unmistakably in dignant and ElizA Anp looked as reprooftt ihit t1dnscem to me as ifl could ever lift up my voice to sing again I wouldnt try if I were you tI said Elzi Ann But this advice was lost on the deacon 1f the Lrd hadnt wanted havoisaid the dot c n au Im gole to keep on s n jin berd until Im called to the choir above and then Ill neverstopDemoess Family Magazine Going Pouu Hill Peopo autrurlng ffrom bid 4 nov lllleMcJ riiifeel a ftIal jbut steady loss ofj iutrength nnd UalfIty They should j loso no tlino in trying FoloysTvlduby Cure a Guaranteed ProiK ration Ha don li KoLerlson Glfcii up by Four Ductom Beaver Darn 0 Aug 27 185 My daughter after being treated bjr four doctors and being given up for lost a m ighbor recommended Foleys IItneySure Today sue is able to walk several miles without fatlRiio Ifeel wo vriuld have lost her if it was not for your medicine Itespcctfully Mrs JM Bailey Haylon it nol ert ou Water or Wine At this late day there Is a howl going up among seafaring men over the water baptism Miss Bradley intends to give our bat tlesblp They say if her bow isI uot bathed in the customary wiop she will be unlucky or considered as such wtich will amount to the same thing There seems tc bd a juoerdlilion among mariners about departing from the example set them by the old Vikins of dashing a cup wine over the bow of a ship when she makes her first plunge into the water Men who follow the sea say tliat those who man the Kentucky will foel that tbeIhave not bad the proper and willltake only a half he interest in their ocean homo which may result disastrously to fie navy They say landsmen donut understand how saiors look upon the change for the- ignIricanaefSi the wine baptsm is only uoder tood by seafiring foUr The future of the water christened battleship will be watched with interest by tempo rance and nBti temperance people and stoufd Hhe prove as staunch asthe cause she represents the United States navy will have ro reason to feel ashamed of her Harrodsbcrg Democrat Ballanrrt lloreliound Syrup 18010 host known remedy for consumption e ntlls and colds nnd all tficont and chest troubles Every bottle isginn teed It is the beat rcnioJy for children 25 and Ha3don it Kobortsuti 1 rrosperons Bradstreet says Nearly all signs point to ono unprecedented volume of business being done or arranged for that present tithe Tbe airgressive strength of prices record breaking bank clearances and continued large exports particuldrly of the low yerYjhj generally satisfactory reports as to the volume o spring trade at leading distributive centals are among the visible features of this trade development Nearly alll of the countrys cereal pro ducts are higher in price this week as are also some varieties of provisions Bessemer pig iron copper raw cotton and tin Hnvtt You mid the Grip If you liiiye you probably need a re liable medicine like Foleyn Honey and Tvr to heul your and stop the mclins cough Incldoutul to tins disease Ilaydon ItobortHQU Famous Iloubcry t Tho serious illness of the notorious exBandit Frank James recallii the Mammoth Cave stage robbrYln which he antI his broth er Jesse plY tl ihe leading roles and for which crime the Barren Circuit Court was burdened for years only to disc over after con viction and upon the killing of Jesse JatnejB that the State had worked upon a case of mistaken idcnity nnd that tuj ucctlscd had languished in jiil and been sent enced t a term in the penitentiary for no other reason than his strIk- ing resemblance tOlhe deceased brother of the now sick exbandit said a citizen to the Glasgow News recently lnm told that Hunt wjio reEcmblid Jecse James suffic iiieutlyas to bo taken for him by tli best detectives in the Pinkerton La Grippe Cured This modern malady has become dreaded not more for its direct fatality than for the weakness of body and mind it leaves behind it Prolonged debility permanent pros- t ttion melancholy and suicide fol low La Grippe For this disease there is no remedy superior to Ayers Cherry Pectoral liThe best remedy for la gr prthat I know of ia AycrBCherryJPectoraL JOHN K CHASE South Hampton N H liMy wife and five children were taken down with b grippe while the diseasewaso- widaly prevalent I dosod them with Ayers Cherry Pectoral and before using quite two bottles toy family ws restored to health I know oJ several obstinate cases of the sauna complaint which were also cured by this remedy J PARMIKTER Paulette lilsa IwascnredI of la grippe by the use of Ayers Cherry PectoraL f C B THOMPSON Pub Signal West faraington 0 Ayers CeRpy Pectoral is put up in halfsize bottles at half price BO ccuts Baby IEvery feels an iinde scribable dread of the pain and danger attend ant upon the most critical period of her life Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all but the suffering and danger of the ordeal make its anticipation one of misery ir OTHERS FRIEND is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf fering incident to maternity this hour which is dreaded as womans severest trial is not only made painless but all the danger is removed by its use Those who use this remedy arc no longer de spondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing con ditions are avoided the system is made ready for the coming event and the crious accidents so com mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers Friend It is a blessing tO woman 9100 PER BOTTI at all Drugstores or aont by mail on receipt of price Containing InTslnabi Information of Interest to all women will bo Mnt FREEto any address upon application b The BRADFIKLD BEGULlTet AtUaU agency is living quietly near Jscbttsvillc and is lending tho life ofan exemplary citizen His stol tl silence during tho time of lii s incjrceration midtt tho trml was a mystery to every body ttftcr the mohtcouuvincing prooof of Ijis innocence was established Jy the finding of the watch taken from Judfio Rountree by the Fibbers upon tle person of Jesse James andj also the confession of Dick Little another one of the band as to thc diamondrings tnkcn from the Judges daughters and giving the names of the parties who com ml ted the crime Jlad Hunt chosen he could easily havo proven his where robberybutnod but for the killing of Jets 0 James and ahe noble work of Judge Rourftrce who though n leading witness for the Commo wealth wa a never entirely convinced ot the prisoners guilt in securing his pa r ilon Toni Bunt would have served a sentence in tho Frnnklon peni tentiary for no other reason than his resemblance tn Missquris dreaded outlaw Nelson Record IHnny UVFM Are Sand by tho timely use of Bolls Pine Tar 1101103 When a cold creeps upon you or u cough nicks your lungs no tccly- li so prompt or oilciaunl Shes a Kisser Miss Beatrice Cunningham who hails from Cadiz Ky ha created a sensation in this city by introducing herself to the public ip tli9 role ot Jack th K ser Miss Cunningham i selling a book the production of her own thoughts entitled Jacky Jacky Jacky or toe Piuk Rose Blossoms tt and when business gets dull tbo fostiye lit tIe Kentucky miss makes a proph osition to kiss the horaliost man ID town If the boys will buy two of her Pink Rose Blossoms This tcornin the female kisser found business dull and in ordu r to restore prosperity she kissed a prominent bachelor real estate agent lour tines on the mouth iin thopresence of a dozen spectat ors The kissing act was performed upon the main street ofr our city and Miss Cunningham immediately found her hooks Very much in demand Hops kmsville Kentuckian A thrill jotorrors Is experienced whol- a brassy cough of uroup sounds tlurouui the house at tulghL Hut the terror noon changed to relief nfterOno Minute Cough Cure has been administered Safe and Harmless to for children Waters Ilrownc Strange Money The strangest money I evar saw said a drummer for a Main street house the other evening vas in the mountain districts of Kentucky and West Virginia Last summer I was making my semi annual tour through this district and stopped ope day at a little grocery and saloon not to sell goods but to get a drink of the mountain dew While 1 was pouring out my drink a big husky mountaineer entered the place and called for a drink As he finished gulping it down he reached into a big bulky pocket book and drew forth who t looked to be a coonskiu He laid the skin on the counter the bar keeper took the skin and open ingthe drawer hauled out a rub wasIlhepicked up the rabbit skin and started to the front part of the store which was the grocery oftobaclco Iln payment He receieved a big twist of long green and I was surprised sea the storekeeper rach in another drawer and ten I der him a squirrel skin The mountaineer tucked the squirrel kin in his pocket walked out unhitched his horse and rode awayI became interested and engaged the proprietor in conver sation He told me that some times he would go months with out seeiLg any real money and that the mountaineers used the skins IQ all kinds of trades such as buying horses etc He scid1 that four times a year a hide buyer fronLexingtonor Cincinnati vial ted the county and bought up all the skins which were gener ally copcentfated in the few stores in the vicinity Louisville Dispatch Tho treatment for worms must hu prompt and safo YhlteVi Crcam Vcr inlfugo can ho trusted to restore your child to health It Is tonic as well us n wnrm Uontioyerl Kvpry bottle uunr n teed to bring worms 25c at lAiydon ttRbOtOflt I Why She Wears Pimt Dr Mary Walker the Wnll known advocate of dress reform for women was among the guests at the White House reception recently and was attired in her usual suit of masculines apparel consisting of a Prince Albert aoat which she wears closely but toned and a pair or black trousers During the evening she met with the Chinese minister who asked her Way do you wear pants She was cooside ably surprised at the bluntness of toe question but lid not lose her urusence of mind and an swered by asking Why do you wear a gown The minister replied Because it is tie custom of my country She said I wear trousers because this is a free country and people are- notcompelled to follow acuslom This conversation reminds us of the answer made byJsrry Sirap son to a wourau fn Washington woman who said tbatsbe Would like to see if the newspaper reports that he didnt wear srcksII were true He replied was a believer in reciprocity and had no objection but he woull like to see Jf she wore socks tt Free JillM- Sontl your address to II K Uucklen Co Cliiotgi mid jet a free Mill hfIof Pr Kiiigs New rjfe PIIIH A Irin will couvJuin you of their merits Tlrtise pnlt Sro easy in action uno nrO Plfrtli ulurly illcctlvti in the euro of roiiKlipu tlou nnd nlek hcmlnclie For m hula and liver tnuililoH they have been proved invHlunblc They are gnnnuitcrd to lio pcrretlly free from every delelertous substance and tto bo pimly veuetnMo Thoy do Not weaken by their action In t by giving tono to tho Htoiundi and lov Jpgsper box sold by Ilaydotl A Robertson CalJtUleefiThe Marion Falcon in speaking of the Marion wounty prisoners escape from the Springneld jail recently says Apparently no effort has been made to recapture the escaped prisoners though some of the citizecs of Marion and Taylor counties ar6 living in a state of terror It is charged that some of the prisoners lave threatened to kill the witnesses wLo have appeared against them nefore tne grand jury and burn their property and they are known to be desperate men At Raywick this county armed guards patrol the streets every night and some families in Tay lor ntar the Marion line fear tle vengeance of the Sanders boys When the ShipHorton tragedy occurred a couple of weeks ago a brother of the former stated Kaoghmurdercounty a couple of years ago and that Sbip was killed because he knew of it A peddler disap peared suddenly and mysterious ly at the time mentioned and it is feared other former friends of the gang wno have knowledlgcJI 1of the crime will be removed summarily too On last Thursday night infor iriuion reached Lebanon that Alfonso and Torn Sapp both indicted for the murder of Marples were seen atArbuckles creek going toward their home but the officers alleged they had no authoritf to arrest them Since then bench warrants have been issued for the escaped prisoners but up to the time of going to press thevhave not been cap tured HeulM lice Klondike Mr A C rholllrt of Marvsvlllp Tux1 lisa found a more valuable dUeovory than has yet been in the Klondike For years ne imffrred untold agony from coiiHitinption accompanied by homorrh ages and wan absolutely oared by Hr Kings Now Discovery for conmunptlou coughs and eoldt lie declares that gold la of little value In comparison with this inarVdlpuq cure would tiara It oven if it cot a hundred doIart bottle Asthma bronchitis and nil throat and lung if fectlons aro positively Cured by Dr Kings Now Discovery for consumption Trial bottles free at Ilaydon it Roljertror drugstore Kegubr size 50f and 100 Guaranteed to cute or jirloo refunded 1 JiQ l r ow ENXOYBoth tho method and results when Syrnpof Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts KidneysLivertem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the prodticedceptablo to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from thomost healthy ana agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have rondo it the most popular rcmed known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug gists Any tcliable druggist who maynot have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CAUFORNM FIB SYRUP CO uuisruiE ft CAtjj AMk Your DKUUlilNT CATARRH1 Fora jtennrous 10 CKNT- TKIAI SIZE Elys Cream Balm OunUIn no cocaine tnicury or flay other InjarlmiiilfuR quickly Absorbed pT s rellrf at once It ootnt and dense DAUaIlevlt and riwrtt tho mcmtir ri itrjt the IeMtl of t ie mU Full ilzb Tilal Ira at all duI or bTIDIL KLYBKOTHEH ti Warren bt eel rToA ITH WO DDRS OP SCIEHGE Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be Cured BndHcientlltReaders The distinguished New York chemist t T A Slocum demonstrating his discovery of anllabio and absolute cure for consump then Pulmonary Tn crcnlosts nun all bronchial throat lung and chest dbcnses stubborn coughs catarrhal nffccUonn gen eral decline and weakness loss of flesh aud conditions of wasting away will send THREE FREE BOTTLES all different of his new discoveries to any afflicted render tbe NEWSLEAHEK writing for them Ufa New Scientific Treatmcut1 has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and be considers it a simple prefers donateIScience daily developes new wondersand this great chemist patiently experimenting for ycari has produced results as ben llefa to liUmaiiity us can bo claimed by any mod em genius His assertion that lung troub les and consumption are curable In nhy climatbis proTen hy honrtfbit lettcis of grntitude tiled in his Americpn and Euro pean laboratorIes in thousands from those cured in all pails of the world Medical experts concede that bronchia chest and lung troubles Irad to consump tion which uninterrupted means speedy nod certain death Simply write to T A Slocum MG Pine street Now York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will bo promptly sent Sufferers should take iustant advantage of this generous pryposision IPlease toll the Doctor that you saw his offer in the NawsiLEAen Skin DiseasesIFor the speedy and permnnpnr cure of tettlr salt ritennu and ecZtmlJ Cham berlnins Eye and Skirl Ointment Is itchtag nntntIgranulated lids fothortpurlfiandvernihluge Hnydon A Robnrtaon UruggiNts lleo IL Sccord the well known con trnctor of Tonvmda N Y says I hove used Clmniberlnintt CoURh Kohicdy in my rihIJ for long time and have fouiil It superior to any other Fur sale byJIuydon it RobcrUon Clmmbcrlainft Cough Remedy This roniei lntmudod especially tar coughs colliN cn up whooping cough and iiillunnzn It tins become fnniou for Its euro ot these diseases oVer a largo part of the civillnx world Tho enIof the uggnixutlngand pcrslHtont coughs Iltllus cured of sovnro colds that hoVe Yielded promptly to Its soothing nctR1- of tho dungorous attacks of croup It Jms cured often Having the life of the clitld TIm extensive use of It for whoop ing cough has shown that it robs that dlhcnso of nil dangorous consoquenccN forIeilronhli because they have found that there is not the least dnngar in giving it oven to bablelas it contains notbliyr injurious Sold by Ilaydon k ItoberN sotCA Tenible accident ocrfured at Spurliugton yesterday morning which cost Ezra Tucker a valu ed railroad employe his life The young man was caught be tween the coupling apparatus while in the performance of Jiis duty He was brought to Lob anon and medical aid summoned Dr McOhord rendered him every assistance possible but lie cpuld do nothing to prevent the inevi table Death came about 2 oclock and his remains were sent to Greenesburg his home on the evening train Lebanon Enterprise T NEWJ LIVERY FIEM I r j r It tHARTON TAPP Now Ready for Business with FirstClass Y l rfq I Accommqiaatioiis s 4 toO GOOD HORSES t J GOOD BUGGIES tSpecial attenticn given to board and feed horses i TheBest Accommodations for Traveling Utl Jack W Thompsons old stand SPRINGFIELD K IDON5PILECURE WHY SUFFER AGONY guaranteedtocureHo Knits I Hi iRtirmptiM off BMsiiiss I The first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will cure you j MIt TS WILCOX proninent merchatit politician Aand chIef of the ChattanoogaPire Department says Alter jean ohufrering DONS PILE OlNTMENi tee oznniended orne The use of one box effected a perroasent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others fering with pile Price 5100 Prepaid to any AcIc- IresDONCHEMICALCOMPAN fCHATJANCQf ROBINSONPEJTET COMPANY IxcoL WH3USALI DtsmmuroM LOUISVILLE HY SSS SS 4 OS S SSS NDY eflHABTlC 1 1 CURECOnSTIPATIOH rop AU DRUGQSBABSOLUTELYGUDWlllmwrirrip or reese nil n e pie and booklet free 14 fiTKRUSQ coOilrairo HontnaU Caa asKew Tort sit Home Grown Fruit Trees We have thousands of nice Etc1torwe will make prices by the next mail j BOBRYANP COUNTY ACT GARDINER BROS DEATSVILLE Yj LOIJJbbing ListJ The best Magazines and Newspapers published in the country daire duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As a special inducement to new subscribers and old onesnlio renew we have at no httle trouble and ex pense made arrangements with a large number 01 mo iizines and newspapers 10 offer them al greatly reduced rates Tn some cusns we offer you the NEWS LEDEn and the other publication together for one year at the price of theone ioW is the time to begin and here is i list of some oi the offers JTII EwsLXADER Louisville Post daily 8275 Courier Journal twice a week 150 QuisvilU Ccruineicial daily 500 Lonjsville Conmercibltweekly 1 25 1houis vile Dispatch 1 65 Home and JarmU 140 Fftimers home Journal 176 Cm Commecin1Trbe1q40 Cincinnati Enquirer i u 150 OJuntryGenUeinallu 800 Interstate P6ultrjman 186 Oliio Furmeru 1JBQ Independent u 800 SilverKnight 160 SL Louis GlobeDemocrat JV175 Gpntury Mujp 2ino 450- 5it Nichohs 350 Southern FJoriot nnd Gardenr 150 fyfldr limper8 Magazine 100 l1irpera eekly 425 iiarpera Hazor 425 Hirpers Round Tablo 2 50 NT World TriIu 175 Munseys Magazine 185 McGlurefl Magazine 180 Review qf Reviews 800 Now York Week ly Tribune 1 25 N Y TncenWeek World 165 Frank Leslies Popular MonthlyS 25 The Arena 800 McUfills Magazine 125 sod TOiWrer Hsblta cured lit homo with 0 oulpslnDookof par a OfePryor1I r What pleasure i thorin Ufo rth tndachocoflStipntiofl and JlIrp sncs r Tliousands cxpcrlnnces them who con d become perfectly Ijealtjiy by using Do Wltt8 Little Early lllser tlio famous lltto pills Waters 5 Browne IMONTHLY Thousands of women are troubled at monthly inter painsin back breasts uouldersstdes hi psand limbs IJJut they need r ofdangerous incaIpainlesslyI iReorr4UIi and regular It puts the deli eonditionAnd that stops jOl this paia Why will inywdman suffer 7t month aftermonthwhcuVjue- of Cardui will relieve her It storeWhY In cases requiring jpvjagAdvisory Department The CoChau4no 0 t Mis HrtJ5JriBfct MdbuihMk J WM 1 fdl1S br 3EYE OINTMENT CURES muwmsJ A OUEknownIZT flEtDYor PtSOLD BT AH DfeUGOmt tIUJICIf Tetter Salt llheuBt aucLKcaeaia The Intense ItchiBgr 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