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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rc V p I1gijthfflW LEADER osbII8bdAI j I Janiiitiouof I wAbIflgton CountY Leadcr18s494 c1890u4 I rI Spi Ige1dNews 1 I M l New SeriesYIiNO 153SPBtNGEIELDf WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 14 1898 8100 A YEAR fcjwl fc UghMt fr 4 ktU g pmrfer ActMI k I wJ IIB IbAkuI 41 Mma pewan eo OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Wash J Ington County Matties southwest of Lox IngtonV miles from LoulnUle on Bards town branch of Louisville and Nashrinv ralLrosdin trwhg a4 agricultural dIt- trict Two banks telegraph sod telephone Icaexpreis pfflce flour mills lumber qi PopmUUbn 1100 populatlou ol EoanV15OW BepresentaUyo Congress Hou D H Smith Cloverport Kv Rcpsfltativeli1 KentuckyJjeglsUtare k yUte Senate Hon u C M Ch rd Springfield Ky COUNT Y DIRECTORY OIRCUIT COURT 1 Ctrpttlt Court begins on the fourth hun day la February May and October CElaflersouJudce TjfB Sw6eheyi Commonwealth Attorney F M Campbell Clerk T WSimms Jtaswr Commissioner QUARTKRLY COURT Quarterly Court Is held on the third Mon t day InI Januafy April Julj and October ULLItIe1Ud COUMTY COURT Ai 1 Cotnly Court meet jn the fourth Moo bv lu each mouth B liTJtsoy Judge o I WBuokeunt1C T S ilaye cottrtv Atzy f R Smith Jailer j J H B rowolU Bherlfl WEThunnan j Sidney Osborne Deputies Byron Croako EdMasters Juntas F Mjory county JjurTeyor r TPOflryun istssor j J R Wardflopnt 1 AR Cuinpbjl ixiurity Trcasnfex rt tZ PJFItDDIRBOTOt r W U B pDJICt Jude riQ t Johht1MrshaiO tIuTsor COURT kr J uitlco cqiiils ore te1in January April J air aud October t1g c t GHaSCH DIRECTORY i BAPTIST4 UUflClteRoy G G P zghflwr Services every S jalfty at a nv nod 8 p m Sunday r Bchoo at 8J8J Prvr Meeting on WedrJ aesi1iulhtatTSOptni MBTHODIPT CIIURCHII liny K Y Atkinson Pastnrf Srvices on the TPIwt and Third Sundays in each 4atItamniIpin nbJa PRBSBYTBRIAN CRURCILb I kEev RE P Lawwm P torSei vices every Bauds at a m and 8 p m Prwyjr MeetE lInreTcry Thnmday night CATHOLIC CUUnCHIr Re v F F Hcnncsy Pstor Servtcen every I Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a nr Services at St Rose same hour pRATERNXLORDERSi 1180110 LODOB Springfield lodgo No 50 eesoond Hond v In each mcnfb Washington R O chapter No 27 meets every third Monday 41 Springfield CouocllNo 52 meets every Cou Monday vKjciquwo Hosof Meets every second and fourth Mondav n each month ZxiaflrserTugMICAUs55MeCt8 every sWcdnesdaYofeaChWOnthi ii inlfaJ a4 BepartiiB of Trills t t1I 4244 rv LM 1M 043 40 Ar tipringfield EiTiSOlSO 6 Valley Hill fr4i I M 083 12 04Booker 547147 lt 016 1t 54 Croakes 5 54 tSLOS 87 Woodlawn 503ans 6581V27 Early Times 61235 5401115 Bardstown 623165 t 5 30 to 0l4azareth OfcOSOS t 527 1080Samuels8 j138t- l l 2Deatavilloi5 350 5 1010 sCarie Spring 0534D5 503 00 Hobbs 6 4 15 500 U52 Cloarmont7 01 4 80 4 65 9 42 Barditown Jnnct 7 10 5 00 440 Sb pberdvUle 7 80 r 442a auberi7 27 4 80South Park7894 273VJ flonth Louisville 7 30 5 55 410 800LvLoulavllle Ar805010 Mu1 i AA Personal FnER 61page medical reference boOk tpany person filleted with any spechl chronic or dehcatp dlsoasn peculiar to their sex Address the leading ubysi clans and surgeons of tbo United sLates jDr HathaWay ACo 70 Dearborn street r Chlca 1 J AL1Y All druggists refund the mouey if itt falls to cure 250 Porsalo byHnydon feRoDcitsou and Waters ABrovrJle r Thousands of Buflferers from iajgrippe t t vliave been eslored to health Tbypno MlnatoCon h Cure Jt qolpklycuros coughs colds broBcliltls penmoU Ni lungDiseasestI c Jpc TnJ ie t IlIo4i t and Ends of Gosslpp 1J J B1LLT1ELE OX TIlE BUYI r- A soldier of the legion lay dreaming Geewbis here wee never lack of glory for thai hero heart of hij But a fair face bent above him as be snored the time away iird he hearth a low voice whisper 4 John the gas bIDs due todayI The dreaming eoldier faltered as he heard that voice bland And be said Thank heaven no more Ill my own my gas bill land lake a message to my creditors and comfort them with it For I was born for gloryfor Glory- on the Grit Jtell my taIlors and my grocers as they meet and crowd around To flgure ug their losses on 4he old abandoned ground That I hit the grjt full bravely and ere jhe day was done I was fifty miles from Billvflle from Blllville on the Run Toll my bankers not to weep for me me when on my notes they gaze And find the weather dampened with the dues of thirty days Bdt loflgger on em bravely from morn tilIetpfsunS For I was born at Billvllle atBillville on the Rani And the calm moon she rose slowly and calmly she looked down On the soldier there at Geewhiz long miles from Bill villa town Yes calmly oer his slumbers her jJourney she begun As she shone on those who mourned him at BtuVllle on the Bunt F L 8 m Atlanta Constitution Speaking of the WAR remarked observer about town the other day I dont se any good in these warships and ifI started out to fight 5n one of them I would say farewell to friends and country for in my opinion if a manof war gets into a good fight its all over with either her or her opJi ponent or pet aps both We have only recently liad a practi cal illustration of the lasting powers of a modern warship in i he destruction of the Maine There was a vessel that cbstp million or two of dollars and yet in a second and a half it was blown into smithereens And by what A torpedo or spme sort iit has never ltllingpfthat what Now if a big manofwar C9 lbe so- asily destroyed by some hidden agency the question iis how long would one last in an open engage ment with the big guns of forts and other vessels and torpedoes and submarine mines directed against it The equipment of a modern navy seems to consist of armorclad war vessels torpedo oats and torpedo boat destroy j ers The torpe4o boats it aptj pears are capable of sending out torpedoes that will blow intoJj atoms the biggest man of war deIstrpose of annhilating the torpedo lhts As a natural consequence it would Appear then tlatinthe event of a big naval battle that the torpedo boats would blow up the big battle ships and tho tor pedo boat destroyers would come in and do up the torpedo boats sothat in the end there would be left only the torpedo boat destroyers AAITHER Hjn this connection 1the Harrodsburg Democrat has the following of interest CoL E H Gaither who resigned from the navy after serving from 1870 to 1874 says there is no comparison of the vessels of tlotdbY with those of the pres ent During the time of hisser vice there WM nothing but wood en ships with the exceptionof the monitors and they were a rmed with smooth bore Dal ghren guns with a few Parrot rifles At that time there was a torpedo experimentat station at Newport Torpedoes were not projected or thrown but were attached to a boom at the bow ofa torpedo boat and were ex ploded Thy contact with the ves- selthey wished to blow up The Colonel also said that where war ships of equal destructive power engaged in conflict the result depended re the men 1thansuperior to any in the world never neglecting the minutest detail that goes to make up suc cess This Is wholly lacking with the Spaniards It has been less than five years since the lost an armored cruiser and its entire crew from lack of propel ballast and of this fact they were warned before the ship lef the harbor The Colonel alsr gives it as his opinion that where two iron clads open up or each other it is an almost abso lujely certainty that none of the defeated crew will live to tell the story He also believes that iii case of war the SpanI iards will be defeated as fast as they can be met and that thc Americans willi not suffer a de feat It ec Homo TO WARrThe country is 1 full of men anxious to fight for their country anct if a call was made there would bethous ands of volunteers That is all right for it is that kind of patriotism that makes this a great nation and itt is the spirit that will win every time The great majority of those who so willingly offer themselves for ser vice bond who are loudest in their cries for war is composed of young men or men who have never been in battle nor witnessed the terrors nor experi enced the hardships of act aJ warfare We see in the papers occasionally where some veteran of the late civil war volunteers his services but asa rule the war veteran is a little conservative on that point I heard ii soldier of the late rebolliojiand- one who saw some warm tIpesJI too exprcfss himself on the subject the other day Said heIf- itt becomes necessary I will of course take up arms again butI if they can whip those Spaniards without my aid I will be very glad tb be excused I have done all the fighting I ain anxious for in my life and I am perfectly willing to let some of thesA young patriotsi take my place DETAILS The details of THEj water works plant plans Iof operation charges etc are all set out fully in a ontract in the shape of an ordinance which appears in this issue The charges for the use of water by private consumers appears reasonable enough and the an nual rental of 1150 for twenty two fire plugs to belocated ati various points throughout the townJis also a fair price for the service I suppose It does se m1 however that Jt would baveJ l been better had the propositionIfor the town to er of the plant only reasonable to conclude thatI if an outside party can see enough in it to put money in it as an investment that it would pay the town to own it HowI ever one of the provisions in the contract specifies that the town may have the privilege of buyI ing the plant at the expiration 111thinto be a success the question may then be decided A word to tho wl ain mifllcicnt and a word from tho wlso Hliould 8uUUicnt ThOIUIIvboknawdlctlKO Mr W Mt Terry says- CJamborlslnsCoiih Remedy gives better satisfaction that any other In the market Ho has boon in tho drug bus ness at Elkon Ky for twelvd years has sold hundreds of bottles of this rein odyaiid noarlj sill other cough mcdl clnoamanujncturod which shows con clnselvoly that Chamberlains is the nost satisfactory to the poopla and is the bout For mile by liuydoniV Kobert soil NELSON NOTES From 4tho Record Mr Wm DaYidson the clever mail carrier on the star mail line between Deatsville and Solitude came near losing his life in ford iqg Coxff Creek during the high water He was washed down stream for over three hundred yards and only escaped by catch lug an overhanging sycamore branch Tom Cornell ayoung man whc the Bodine place near 1hveson met with a serious ac onday He was engaged hauling fodder with a team ol horses when one of the animal became unruly and kicked Cor nell In the face One of the youtig mans eyes was completely testroyed and his face badl I Qangled An interesting suit was tried t the recent session ot the Quar erly Court It was that of Join f Reardon against Thomas R ieardon bis brother for main n4nce The latter hrrugli uit on a counter claim for t15 ffor labor perforated for plaintiff the trial consjmed u great por ion of the day a large nmbei witnesses being examined II vas tried before a jury which Brought in a verdict of 100 fur lefendant Mr A Y McKaj vas attoney for plaintiff whili Senator GeorgeS Fulton looker Srter defendants interests The recent cold snap was dis istrous to the fruit crop ana arly vegetables in this vi initv Ail the stone fruit including peaches plums end cherries is ajd tpbe badfy damaged The generall impression among farm rs is that the entire peach crop s ruined Fears are entertained that young clover and wheat atE ilso fl1awaged Onions growing potatoes beans and peas uffered to a great extent Children like it it saves their lives Wo mean One Minuto Couth Cure the in fallible r inedy for coughs coins croup bronchItis grippe and nil throat and lung troubles Waters Browne = WITH OUR yy FJRMfltS = k 55 r Notices stock eedl or grain wanted or for ante or cxchance inserted lo this tol own rKEE or ciiiiion Farmers are quested to send In stock or crop items for publication Eggs fot sale at 8100 per 15 from a RocksIf qtialltica of the barred variety and areI beaidea considered Better layers dress EL Davlson Jr Sprin Qeld Ko J t aO1mandspecies of steckfor canned beef to fill orders from the g yernmojit for ntvy 4Bapplies They are shipped to O1i1ll cago where they are made Into canned beef tit I ibO1wbocorn in to be sold iti will pay to shell ItjI There ore fiftysix pounds of shelled f corn in a bushel When it is sold in the ear from seventy to seventyfive pounds are taken This would make it appear that from fourteen to twenty pounds Ina bushel are cobsNow those who have tested it say there are but seven to ten pounds of cobs Thus If corn were twentyfive centa per bnstiel the farmer would lose three to fourcenta per bushel by Cell ing it in the ear titCo- mmissioner of Agriculture Lucas Moore in his crop report for April says The condition of wheat crop averages for all hections of the statel 101 being an improvement of 10 points tbe month of March On April oonBldlerlng we find the highest average condition Iin tbe central section 103 In the western section the condition is 102 while the few counties reporting the southeastern section show fromI erage of 98 On March 1 the by sections was Western 93 central 90 no estimate being given for the southeastern Remarks ot correspopd outs show practically universal sobs faction with the prospect an occa atonal complaint of too much rain being the only exception 8100 Reward 8100 The renders of this paperwll bo pleased to llonriv that thcro is at least ono dreaded dUcnso that suienco has been able tto euro in all Its stages arid that in Catarrh ilnlls Catnrrh Curo In tho only positive duro known to tho tncdlcal fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Corers tnkon internally acting directly upon tho blooa and mucous surfucea Of ttho system thereby dentriying the foundation cf tim dirt Ibuildinging rinturo in doln 3 work The pro prietors navo so much ftlth In its cura tive po we n that they ollor Ono hundred Dollars for any cass It falls to euro Send for list of testimonials Address F J CtlENEY CO1 Tolcao O Hold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the Jest While plowing in a fienrnear Qnipntbwn Henry Jackson a arm hand uncovered aslab bf stone flue feet square Under the stone were six skeletons in a sitting position The grave was lined on all sides with tinge sandstones Several pieces of quaint pottery ned Indian war implement were also found in the grave Paris Kentuckian Citizen To Curs Constipation Torero Take Cscarets Candy CatUartla ortSe If 0 C to cure druggLatS rctunll rnoney I AN ORDINANCE At a regular meeting of the Board of f Trustees Tuesday tpri15th1898Jthoy unanimQusl passed the following ordinance SECTIOH Be it ordained by the 3oard of Trustees of the town Springfield Ky that In c nah eratiOJ if one dollar cash in hand and thE faithful compliance with each arid al of the terms conditions and require- m nth of this ordinance by J A Holmboe and bis assigns and for the beriefite that will accrue to the tow ofSpringfleldaridltslnbabltantathereof assigns ore hereby granted the privi loge of establishing maintaining and operating a system of water work wItrInandnearthotownof8pringfle1dKyfurthopurjose tOniitalnhabitant8 with good purfewwater suitable and sufficient for flrefprotectfon and any and all domes tie purposes and to use the streets alleys and highways within the pros entand future corporate limits of the to11Jaud to place and maintain watei mains setand maintain fire hydrants valves and connections orthe service for A pcriqd of twenty 20 years from artdVaf tor the passage of this ordinance subject to the terms and conditions herein containedv SEO 2 The source of supply shall be some available and suitable point In ttge immediate vicinity of the town of Springfield where tfater can be hadj by accumulation from a large drainage area into a basin The ca paoTtyoftuis basin will be sufficIent to bridge Over any prolonged period of brought SEC 3 The system of water works hereby contemplated shall ns near as compUancewitn tofore prepared for the town by J A Holmboe arying same wherever necessary to meet requirements herein contained The water shall be brought to the town through a force main made of cast iron The pumping machinery shall be of the standard direct acting pump type or at the option of J A Holiiboo and hit assigns a gas engine electric motor or other modern ape pliance of ample capacity to at all sufficIentIbe varied from that shown in the plans to snit any change that maybe tIn the location of the basin of the res ISECJ The construction of said system of water works shall bo com mencedwln good faith within four- ThitbftrtethapaBsagoOf tbisordIIi nonce and shall be completed and In operation within a year from passage of this ordinance Provided howeved that no delay is caused by an tion br order of any court or InjanoI avoidable accident or by any delay In securing the necessary ground rrlght tot way or malicious Interference delaysIcontrol of said J A Holmboe or his assigns far as it llawfully may In securing all necessary ground and right of way sac 6 Upon completion of said water works notice thereof shall he given to the town and a suitable test of the plant shall at once be made Upon tire successful conclusion of such test It is understood that the town shall have full charge of all fire by drants and the rental herein provided for the same shall commence and acer tificate in duplicate to such effect shall be forwarded to said J A Holmboe or his assigns by the town 6 The construction of said ISEC and locating and placing up or repairing of mains audI dranta etc for the service of water in streets alloys and highways or public grounds of the town shall be subject theIassigns hall restore as soon as may be to their former condition all streets alleys and public grounds in any way obstructed or interfered with in the construction of smd works and shall hold the town harmless from anv and ortmlmanagemerit t and location of hydrants shall not final until approved by tbo Board beI Trustees and when so approved the town shall at once establish grades of the streets to be occupied by pipes so that the pipes may bo laid to proper grade SEC 7 Whenever it niay boneces sary to relay gr reconstruct any pipes or hydrants in consequence of any change in any street alley or public highway or the grade thereof the cost occasioned thereby shall be borne by the town SEC 8 Proper lines shall be e tended from time to time as the do mand for water may require and as may be ordered by tha town provided no extension shall be required unless tho said J A Holmboe or his assigns will derive from every six hundred feetof such extension through private consumers or rental of public hydrants or both combined additional revenue at the rate of not less than one hun tearS of twelve years and every consecuUye three years thereafter during this contractor any extension thereof said town shall have the right to purchase said system of water works at its then fair market Valuto be ascertained as follows In case the town and said L A Holmboe or his assigns sbalHall to agree on the price then three die interested appraisers not residents 01 the county of Washington shall be iI boson one by the town one by sah I A Holmboe or his assigns and th bird by the two thus selectedl wh thall bo swo n to determine the valu hereof The town and said J A 3olmboe or his assigns shall have th ight to cal and examine under oath not to exceed three disinterested ex pertfl In behalf of each party In refer jnce td the value of said water wdrke Said appraisers shall then determine mid value and in doing so shall tak nto consideration not only theactua cost of construction realcstate equipment and all other property consti tnting tjpart of said system of water work bat also the net earnings of tbo plant consisting of the gross earn ngsj ltean the operating expenses repairs and taxes and giving fair con sideration to the yearly Increase oj such earnings Suh appraisers ojr a majority of them shall make an award n writing and the town shall have the option of paying in cash to said J A Holmboe or his assigns within nine months the amount of such award or of refusing to purchase but In case oT refusal or failure to purchase upon ouch award being made as aforesaid the necessary and reasonable expenses of making such award shall be paid by the town otherwIse to be equally borne by the parties hereto In case of purchase as aforesaid the town shall assume and per form all unfinished contracts for furI nishing water and shall assume andI pay all debts and obligations of said J A Holmboe or his assigns no exceed Jug in amount the purchase money to be paid by the town and all sums so paid shall be considered paid said J A Holmboe or his assigns and shall be in discharge of said purchase money Whenever the town desires to avail itself of the right to purchase as aforesaid itshallgive written notice to the eaid J A Holmboe or his assigns of its intention at least nine months prior to the date of such in tended purchase SEC 10 In consideration of the benefits to be derived by the town and its inhabitants from the construction and operation of the system of waterworks herein provided for and from the supply of water hereby secured for public use and as Inducement to said J A Holmboe said town of Springfield hereby rents from said J A HolmBoe or his assigns for the use hereinafter frOnithe11oompleUon years agrees said hydrants carefully and to make good to said J A Holmboe or his assigns any injury that may happen to them 1 through the negligence of any officer servant ormember of the fire depart parrnnnualr d antd at the rate of Eleven Hundred k and Fifty dollars and agrees also w pay during the then nnexpired term of this ordinance for any additional hydranS it max hereafter locate Fifty Dollars eachI per year from the time said hydrants hare been put tu successful operation All said rental payments to be made In semi Iannual installments on the first day of February and August of each year for minatiugf however In case of he purchase of said works upon said purchase In the event the said J A Holmboe or hisassigns 1morurogeor so much as may be needed thereof as the same becomes due b hereby appr prl ated subject to the terms and conditions of this ordinance totho payment of the inter est on alA bonds and the town treasuretImay deposit the ame at such l said trustee or mortgagee may designate to be applied to the payment of said inter est And the said town agrees to pay legal Interest on all rental due from II and nQtJ paid ordcposi as aforesaid when due and payable Tho Ore hydrants rented by the ftrqIstreams of the force and us provided and shall be used hsrelzibetoroI extinguishing of fires and the flushing of paved gutters The fire company or com If panies of tire town shall have tho right to use one hydrant as often as once A week Itl desired for drill purposes in flushing no one hydrant shall ba used exceeding ten minutes at ono timo and no Curbing shell bo done during tho existence of a fire Sac All Ore hydrants as heroin prop vided shall be under the charge and of tho town ivnd the tow nshall be rcsponsi bie for any negligence upon the part of Its s employes and citizens whereby tho property of J A Holmboe or his assigns may bo Jured or destroyed The town thall havo the right to repel any such injury or it may be done by the owners at a nominal cost to the town Should the hydrants get out of through no negligence of the town Jaid J A Holmboe or his assigns shall be given ample notice of such and repairs will bo done as soon as practicable SEc la The said J A Uplmboe or his assigns shall not during tbo continuation uf this ordinance charge private Qumerll- In excess of the following semi annual totes but may at any tme require any Consumer to pay JOT water at meter rates tanks ono b8s1 nM 15 Ielinkers each barrel of flour usedpdally 3 75 Barber shop firat chIi3 eaoh ditional 2 St Until private tOld water only 2 t ihitli private wlh heating nppa rattle 3 Uatb pulilic in boarding house or hot loach tub 0 01b Bath public each tub 7 N IlrevorymoteriatesBlUinnfaalnon each table 171 tanlhJt house per room extra chance for tub I t Hook bindery 0 Brick work per thousand laldi f l Brick yore motor rates or per sangcper eRRon 3ulchor shop 5team extra Bite andy factory special or tuetor Carriage factory f Church no organ i Cjaar factory 7 ow 6ncht 6 Dying and scouring specIal or meter Forgo first lire f2 canh wldUlonal fire t w1- y Jb HE wIdewake buIn a t I tbr IIi the oolalt1 M tteNjw 1 IriuDnr ldJa4ajfi tuyau4t r IDESWGWi j 1 ELTlpSrINt tc f DRESSIiLEJIVR V t I for Great Variety can be sen atour store We bav received pur Spring stoclr which contains tbe LATIJjand BEST things out S We can please the Ladies Inour stock of Drew Goods V and Trimmings x t V A full line Readymade Dress Skirts 3J Ladies Late Style Hats Fancy Srlks for wal tJ Now S Percale laIsts for Ladies A large assQrtmeot oi Ldlei BELTS Late style Shoes and Slippers You shoafd seeSfjjji our stock of Wash vGoods QJ t Qor fennn4 Boys department areflHed with thev gj right things in Clot rng Bats Shoca Shirts Neckwear Jt J and Suspenders Our line of Boys Clothing is larger and W better tban we have shown belore WV We cordially invite Wryoncio call and t se 5O V our Spring Stocik W ZHare you seen our new premiums we are giving away v I McChopd 6c Robertson HILLSOOhoursHall or theatre stand extraorTupoadentnpecial or metpr i rmnolotee cream saloon8 50Miss Annie Kellj was atSLLaundry special or meter Otfleesursleepingrooms 3 00 Rose Sunday r Oystpr naloon 7 5Ote 25 00 onPrtntlngonglnoextrai 6 00 the sick list GillespiePJsstelngReidencc ono fdmiir domestic of Brooksyiile spent Sunday Uses of ono to flvo rooms ono fail afternoon at Tom Kellys ceSJ each additional room 100 RentHuraut special or moierPatterson Peal of WUmore Sprinkling priyatu lawns or garden bought a nice horse from B 13 hehoseAll over fifty feet front per foot 10 maker sold to same parties aj 1feetsprinkling done by town townISS lierthalieachman vas fumiMiinRntrtor attachments the pleasantguest of Miss Effie 1por gallon not cxreedlng Diidgeon Sunday SprinkUt sidewalk to center orf 16I street per season fifty feet or less v Tom DudgeonTof EowIsyilIt thisFithaddILtonatOneeighth Inch nozzle J Inch hose one and half hours per day 061061place KeUyb01oilhtOO bushels Ftobieiveryfeedor8aieix tails from Tom Reed cit Wil less 8 00 z2i 1or additional star j ojlisbur atf2 per b rr L wereIfoot 07MackvIlie Sundsy nfAillIVatercloot prhate per Vat self bin daughter Mrs MMyi3Iarlc 1oloslnK public prrW self 2 50Josh iPham bought ft horse 5 00 from R8J Martin lot 135 Lnnndry basins in dwelling self Cosine Q50MN Kate Lits7i near thlf Saloon liquor er tolD oo place has lettuce large enough Meter raton when cpnsnmptloneat peas ready to bloom and Ieragea daily galsOTXIi sold 89 dozens of eggs iak00Oto3O00mrHons per ioo 8000 to 4000 gallons per 100 gals w the month of March Who can woo to 6000 gallons per 100 gals045 beat this 6000 to 10000 gallons per 100 gals 03dloooo or more yale per ioo gais his regu pATMEsrsAbove rates shall bo made lar appointment here BajtaridwyJ payable semiannually or quarterly In ad and Sunday J vance Sprinkling rates in advance for the season beginnIng In March MjS Jane Settle happened tO secnox For tho purpose of meeting a paloful accident Saturday byl herIhe town shall prove Insufficient therefor Hugh Leachman visited hfs there shall be levied and collected ID the same manner as taxes for general par grandmother faunday a poses an amount suffldent to pay the Several ofour boys JMICOmp annual rental of said hydrants which nted by their best litlrlsweleatmount shall bo held inviolate for the par of paying said hydrant rehtal install yt Rosa Sunday r tboraa11aiT1eshallfpurposo whatever cy old and young by large and small SECTION The town shall adopt sad This papea Is road by dneand alL enforce ordinances necessary for the pro tccUou of the said water works property NEWS LEADER 100 a year and for maintaining tho par1tof the water supply and against fraud and Im position or waste of water by consumers SSSSSSSSSSSSSSi tand the said J A Holmboe and his assigns may make and enforce cs part of the con Thin Blood tdltlons upon which they will supply watir te the consumersall needfulroles and reg ulations inconsistent wIi tho ordi I JiInancclateoK red mlitaLtSECTIOC 16 All ordinances Inconsistent with or repuznant to hprovisions of this watorf ax in anciU tbnc It ordinance nro hereby repealed a cootant lediiif ol czka i 8CTiox17 This ordinance shall take t1OeIpaIaCkO1OUgIM4ty and 5eln force from and after Its an4 thc iplrfts sasua- ssae and publication A R BnULTZ Chm B T 8 Sc0U S EmtflskMi H R Tuoursov Clerk B T 8 of Codirrcr Off iM WANTED YOUHGIEK r rJt tWI Il ii1bJi IfAny young man with the aJDQIhWktNitiontoworkandlearnauseful ftftrada at home giving the pos xkiWessor employment any time and fttM =in any place is wanted to leamrhia to ThkflItWritefor fuAURINE VAN AWKEN MIl 1515 Washington Ave eaI aS bfkW ST Louis Mo If tiC roMC haw JIjk tWamMnr jmcortaiit sppotiU unrestful sleep or Mon IuskinJeC ft Ink for tho liver llerbine will not dliicori iOWNE cai YoM ppvlutyou ll ydou Kobcrtson pe ss sisiuussS1lp a- tt r UThvv f THE NEWSLEADER Tflfi HEWSLEADER l E t DAVISON JR uI THTJRSDAT APRIL141SC8 THE latestSnt the siftiaUop kthatmandatory jresolutions die rccting the Presientt to iiieriu venncictrttir t Buchncrms as to amount to jirrfc tic3iiYa declaratwtfof vvaiy wrllj be reported to both houses pif G91 today hC1 Vl caWnteryento1 in Cubato ci var and drive Spain fronmhefslan dt Wiitu no ecog gpwfjjj iiitiont lOt the present f socalleu flo1ipof tbaJv th adecla rafibnof he independence of the Uub pepplc 4uflinOUs T p0rA Kepublicaks l and Deinojf cratJftto etheiv iseipected fromii w th ESenate Committee The ipresent indications are that the iDembcrats oft the Rouse corn mittee will make a minority re f f port proposing the recognition of thjQ Republic Of Cuba There is a general feeling in Vas1iuiglon ainbng1 public men thatftthe action of Congress as foreshadowed in the resolutions renders the situation extremely critical and conservative leaders v of both parties consider war in evitable as a result of their i adoption unlessfrSpaiu makes a final and completo surrender by giving tip th jalimdofCube The situtiticiuis regarded So critical thai tle Republicans of Ithe Ways andMeans Committee asa result of private confer v ences have reached on agree menfcas4o a method of raising 100000000 additional revenue annually for the prosecution of th war by increasing the tax on beepund tobaccoand placinga tax n and coffee They also agreed tkf authorize the issue of a popular loan of 500000000 arid he issnb of certificates of in debtedness to meet mergencies V SGen Leo was before the Sen ato4 ommittee on Foreign Re lations and toldthe committee yihattth saw no room to doubt thairitoKstructionof the Maine i was dueJo Spanish officials but he expressly stated that hedid not believe Capt Gen Blanco oiiz tbf tfe ii tr SXB Presidents message to Couress on the waroHituation qxy in to CQflrCSS Monday was al poJ tJPlthe bejjft irludsoli9admuilstratin hh paople in this country hail been 1 worked upttoltpolnfrwhere they expected sdnetlimgVigorous arid aggressilV a on the Cubnn situ tion Aand alL attention was di rectedjitQtiihof President and a r nation nndita Congress awaited vitoulieac 4 Wprdi torn a leader M whose word they were ready to enaorseand at whose command tlLe hr3 ieay w risk d cry thmgnraefense o our patlons honor Instead of finding in the messageI wbrds that would meet a response in every patriotic boartthrflnd a dull recital of facts already familiar to every- one4 arid recommendations too I yague and too conservative to be I cansidered by ft Congress and a people while in their present state of mind The message iis Iquite long and yet to sum it all np Mr McKihley says only I Peace must be restored in Cuba and I ask Congress to give me ROwer to intervene jxr that end butt do not believe that the iiIleUr t COIl f rt1i ba p ndence o iibo to be r i off tW IrnzcujtLeathen says itnatitho matter is wilhthe C IigrssiJutl rScommenas that the Congress turn it back to the President W H 190 wers lie l is stfrP i d r PrOtfessionalncn from every section a ms fZ Eg VLJtkZYL11 L12 to attend rliii ICoJ lne Ql L Con no i8copling togethOI STio briland titJcrr th f 1tt1W 1IcJbut 1d5U1Vifl 1 tQQ 91f1 QqlPn egttb t j Q t nr f tt iRII fi t WLnA JiM f I1HIiI1tak ri JL17 I inenpM1 hir t Gi I tit a tar f YF phb Paf fnprlng- Goy BRADLEY bus appointed Hon John W Lewis awL Hon 0 0 McChord of this plops as delegates from Kentucky to the mQpttngQfihjt Interstate Transportation Committee to be held at Omaha June 22d next There npPoint1edtdoiijTsiiniored tolssessC- itlZOflSOtvd Tveil worthy of the compliment of such an ap pointment 1rIT is said that Gen Lee has in his possession pcpo f that jl1e butchpr Weylor set the trap that blew up the Maine and her orew The discovery should not cause any surprise and it will only strengthen the conviction in the jninjds of the American people that the cowardly murder of 260 lof our bravo seamen shouH jbev speedily rind thoroughly avenged IGEN FITZHUGH LEE is now the popular idol He has voiced sentiments of the people in jthe utterances and inhis attitude toward the Spaniards in the Cuban muddle MIL McKINLEY had an opportunity that comes to some men only once in a lifetime and he well he fell down Thats all there is about it Bucniens Armca Saive Tlio best salvo In the world for Cuts Druisps Soips ulcers Ulcont Salf Rho uiut Foversores Totter Chapped IIRIUSJ Cdlblalna corns and nil xkln eruptions and positively cures Plies or no pay required It guaranteed to give perfect jitlsfiivtlnji or money refunded Price 25 coits per box at Uaydou it itub ortsons Drnc Store TIlE MESSAGE The following are a few of the points made by the President iin his message The forcible intervention of the United States as a neutral to stop tbe warj according to the large dictates of humanity and following many historical precedents where beightoriu states hava interfered to check the nopejess sacrifice of lie beyond their borders is jusiitiabtaOn tanllrounds In tie name of humanity in bejbalfltfen3an terests which give us the right andthe duty to speak atdto act tbewar in Cuba muststop- Congressask to authorize arid empower the President to take measures to beCUre a full and fijnal tcfrmiriaiion of ihosltli ties between be government of Spain and the people of luna and to secure in the island thee tnbishI1ent of a stable govern ment capable of na n tain ing or de rand observing its inter a tionall obligations insuring peace and traiiQuiHty an4l the security xjijts citizens as well as our own and to use the the military acd naval forces of the United States aa may bo necessary for these purpocestt Nor from the standpoint of experience do I think it would be wise or prudent lor tjis gov ernment to recognize at the pres ent time the independence of the scqalled Cuban republic The destruction of tbs Maine by whatever exterior cause is a patent and impressive proof of stute of things in Cuba that is intolerable The Qeen Regent of Spain directs Gun Blanco in order to prepare and facilitate peace to proclaim a suspension of hostili ties the duration and details of which have not yet been com munfcated tome If this me3 are attains a successful l result then our aspirations for a Chris tian peacelovicg people win be realized ltltfails it will be only another justification for our contemplated action ft Four grounds for iintervention FirstIn the case of hu inanity SecondFor protection of our citizens Trblrd For protection of com merce ErmenaceI tott our government1 A Life lorSOc Many Dcoplo teen fTirctlipfncd noydHeuaos r y taking n 5O4bott1o FoleysRlduey Citio llayc1ouitRob orttton rn1T4LrrE lRESs The death of Brann the editor of BranVa Iconoclast as the- resultota street duel removes a bloodthirsty creature more dangerous to life and character than an untamed lion His paper was the exponent of the fiercest personal journilism and his denunciations 6f individuals the most radical and oftenlmp uujust He was a murderer in purpose and ac and uis taking Springtime isSickTime It is impossible for the rsystem to withstand the demands made upon it just at this season without tho assistance of a goodpuri fying and strengthening toni TJho changes which Nature decrees sjiall take placo each spring are 8a severe that a breakdown is almost sure to come It is wise that all possible assistance be given dutiug this period ris npon this purifying process depends the Health for the entire summer Everybody just now should take a thorough course of Swifts Spe- cificSSSflLBlood which thoroughly cleanses the imIthe entire system andaidaNaturo in renovating and renewing tho body so as to render iitj healthy and strbng Those who purify their blood with S S S at this season are well fortifiedngaiu8t many forms of disease so prevalent dur ing the dreaded heated term for itleis beeu demoustrnted that tho purifiediLlresist disease all summer No other remedy on time market is equal to Swifts Specific as a spring medicine because it is tho only purely vegetable blood rem i edy and is guaranteed absolutely allIfies builds up and strengthens Insiston Se S S for there is noth ing half as good r rtaway in violence was a ret5but ion and a bleSsin Gd pity the human heart that knows no tremor when the hand acts to take the Jife of a fellow being Hlrrodrburg DemLcrat McKinley isa mighty man o mIghty man is he he wipes tIe Spaniards off the earth and wipes them oft the sea fle wipes the Mainei from off the list of Spanish treachery he wipes Sagastas sweating brow und speaks most cheerfully He wipes all honor Irom the States with One bold stroke of ink and proves himself a patriot r we dont think Cynt lana Democrat t The year 18Q3 is yet destined to be an epochal year in the mat- t r Of thrilling American history And America is not alone in the matter The nations of the whole ciyiliBd world are in a state of more or lless perturbs tion and incidents of thrilitug- Interestarc fast transpiring It wouldl tio well for the student of history or anyouu iinterested in the happenings of the times to make a note passing events in a diary of desired proportions It would make interesting reading twenty years dr more hence Hartford Herald I scrlrltyou buy Putnnm Fudelcns Dyes and It tnkcs Icu time to dvi and iriakor this musanmlfor tho Baino prico 10 coots a package Sold by Waters ifcJlrowne bOfltIcolds arid all throat and chest tmublm Every bottle is guaranteed It is theist remedy f r Children 25 and llaydon A llobort on The statement of Horatio S Rubens counsel l for the Cuban Junta that lIthe United States attempts 10 occupy Cuba with out ipcognlztng thq Cuban Re pdblic the insurgents would Qght the American troops cdrtamly stecms illadvised The Insurgents are seeking the aid of the United States and recognize that overn1mentcure itaU is very distant In these circumslanCes it is very foolish b offeua the people from whom they expect succor It is belieVed that the Cuban lunta will repudiate the utterances of the rash Mr Rubens and make amends for his threats Dan yule Advocate ItrinnrUublc Itcuccop Mrs Michael Curtail Plalnficld Ili makes tho Btatomcnt that she caught cold which cpttlcd on her lungs she waS treated for a month by her family pbyslclau but grow worse Ho told tier she was a hopeless Vlpti in ofconsump tl u ond that no medicine coufd euro her Uor druggist suggested Dr Klngh Now Discovery for oonanmptlon she bought a bottlo nod to her dellsLt found herself bneflUcd from first dose She continued its use and after taking six bottles found hflrKcIf sound and wellf now does her own houpowork and isas well ns sho over wan Free trial bottles o this great discovery at JJnydon it Robertsons drug store Largo bottles Mttuts nUll tOO fRCDCRlGIiTOWN Fiom Our Special Correspondent Master Tommis Hamilton of Louisville visited friends here the first of the week Rev Jas Perkins of Harrods burg was in our neighborhood on business Tuesday Messrs Hary Murphy Coul ler and Daub tuf LojifevHIp sient Etsier with Miss Kate C Sniiunty v Mrs Kate Wil irtns ofSpnng neld spent Sunday with her Connur Mrs 3phn 0 Cecil is visiting relatives at Fenwick this week Misses Pearl Connor and Mollie Brent were in Springfield Satur day IMessrs Arthur and Charles Cecil of St Mars Colitige spent Easter with time homofolks J U Connor T D Claiksbri G M Shaunty G Alvey ndJ R Croak attended court in Bardstown Monday Mr Thos Spalding Tri atrdi family of Bardstov n spent Sunday night with Rev Win Beckman Rtfbbed the Grave A starlllntr incident of which Mr John Oliver of Plillmlolplim was tho Hubject In narrated by hint It follows I In a most dreadful condition My skin wai almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually In back and Idcs no appetite gradually growing weaker day by diy Three physicians had given mo up Fortun ately a frlotid Advised trying Electric letters and to hiy grtat Joy and ur1 tlccldecllinjprocll1ent three weeks uid urn how well man I know they saved my liftr anti rubbed tho grave of anotuW victim Naomi should fall to try them Only 50 cents pur bottle ut Hayden Itobortaon Tho trcntinent for worms must bo prompt and tnfq VVhicoH Cream Vir mlfugo can bo trxitted to restore your child to health It la a touR as well as a worm destroyer Every tottle guaranteed lo tiring wxirnis Ii5o iluydon Robertson MflPLE HILL fFrpm Our Regular Correspondent The continued bad weather has been trying to tim farmers and they are much discouraged thev started out with fine prospects and inthe middle of March were tar advanced with their work The gardens are also suffering However this may be the break irg up of the bad weather audit wiLt be tIme to begin again Miss Kate wards spent Sunday With friends bore MissEllaWeeklej spentThurs day with Miss Mary Whalen at Mooresville tMiss Mitnio MoorE is visiting her sister near Qeecblaod = Miss Sally Grant Hayesr of Shelbyvilje is visiting homo a low days this week Miss Martha Hates has re turned home after a pleasant visit with Miss Adeline Merritt Mr Ezra Godler of Beech lland attended church Mtat Ziop Sunday Mr Wm Grigsby was in Chap lie Saturday on business Mr and Mrs Owen Woford spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Robert Clark and family tKIDXEY blSKASEN nro the most of all diseases FolovH Kidney Cure a uuuruntced remedy or money refunded llaydon t Hobcrtsun A great many people have an Idea that war will make good times Our opinion is that ode of thE first effects of war will be stagnation in business Commerce between this country and other countries will be destroyed largely Exports wiJI go aown in price imports will rise Ameri cans will be the losers Trim blo Banker lUllarda Snow Liniment is tho most penetrating llnlmoht III the world It cures pitln J Inllammatlon of allAindN julokcr than jiny otner known remedy1 Price K ory bottle guaranteed Uaydou k Rooortnon A torpid liver robrt you of jonranu bition and ruins your health DoWitts Little Early Illsera cleanse tho Hvorc4iro constipation and all ntomach mid liyer troubles Waters Urowno TEXAS rom Ollr Regular Correspondent AS our little town has not been represented in tbe columns tbo N ysLEADER i will hand fI in a few notes Farmers are getting behind with their vork Huber H Olaybrooke was m LouisVille last week All of the early fruit such as IItunedLto Haydon of Springfield washere Onoday last week Mack Grondy and JJ3 Clay bro ke spent Sunday with the family of J R CJaybrooke 1 fciidney Green Jr who 14 attending cbooI ac Danville was at home Sunday Sid iu makjng quite a rep as student at Centro College and his many friends are glad to note the tact and especially his old college friend Rv Jf W Campbell arid daughter Miss Alma were in our town lastjweek QuiteTi numBer of pur young pedple attended church at St RiseSanday Clay Bradywas in Mackville Sunday Miss Sallie Shewmaker who has been ris1tng Miss Josie l3ral17 the pastuseek returned to ties home at Mackville SOnday Mr McGarvev and wife of Ilarrcdsburp passed through here Monday etiroute tD Spring Uld Cot R E Whajne our local sto2kman was in Springtield Monday gntheriug inforroal6t con erning the war i uation The Colonel saubos get ready to fight for your couujry but for myself Iprefer remain ing at home Miss Willettp Mays is spend ipg several days in I Springfield this week II Will Murprlsr You In onlrr to prove the uroat merit of Elva trcain Iliilni the most tfTeciho cure for ciitnrrli und reid in head your- drnggh4 will supply a generous 10 cOJf- trial size or wo will mall it for 10 saits Full sizo 50 cents ELY MHOS ro Warren St N Y City Evd Cream Halm Imi cohiplotvly cured inobf itarrli when everything else fulled Many acquaintances have used it with excellent results Alfred ft Son Cald well OhIO I It Is a great leap from tho old faMiv loned do ol blue mass and nascous phvslcs to the pleasant littlolnllH known DeWitts Llttlo Early nlscrs They cure constipation slik hefidnuho anti bit onslncus Water Drowne A Ilcncon of Hope To those umctcI with kidney orbind ler cllsoiseiJ IsFolaya KlJney Cure Guaranteed Haydon A Robortton Thlrtyrfivo years mairo n generation That how lung AUolph Fisher of Xatipivillo 0 sufTetefl from piles He wits cured by nnhiK three bpxts of Do WiLts Witch Hazel Salve Waters A Urowno Sheriffs Sale F- ORTXES On Monday April 25 Tbo same being County Court day I willoffer at the Court Hbtiao door In Springfield Ktto the highest bidder the following described property or so much thereof at will pay the taxes and costs duo me as exDep uty Sheriff of Washington cotirity Kyt from the persons in whoso name said property Meted tor taxes for the years nnd amounts set opposite their names SPRINGFIELD Dist No 8 Causo Begccly land for years 1893 to 1897 InclusiVe31 30 AVW Gallagher land for year 1897 taxes and costs 4 90 rACKYiLLE Disriucr j3h1on Adams land for 1893 to 1897 inclusive taxes andcosts 10 05 POTTSNILLE DIsTRiCiGeorgo W Sparrow Sr lands foryear 1893 taxes nad costs 10 07 WlLLISBURQ DlSTRICT J W Foster far years 1893 and 1894 taxes and costs 9 40 Bailey Hardin land for years 1895 and 1890 taxes and costs 7 65 Richard Booker land for years 1893 to 1897 inclusive taxes and costs i 18 l15 All other persons owing taxeito inc- as Deputy Sheriff aro hereby notified that they may expect to see their unltssltbonm Incas compelled to settle up alt old busII H B ExDeputy Sheriff POWELLr GrlIHave You Hnii the If you have you prouably need n ro llalIo incdlcino Hkp FolovH Honey nnd Tar to heal your lungs and stop the ntckliiKcouRli Inddontnl to th lit disease linydon t olmrtHon D BE- UpiBe 1rtIoiteyIII your cough and cure the causeby all drnggbtt or sent poo receipt price Uc Me and t1 per bottle by TOE SUrnEIILAND 10PADUCAH KY Dont Tbliitra Spit Smole Tour Lila Ipar To quit tobacco easily ned forever be mag uctlc full or lire nerve and vigor take XoTo Baa tbo wnnJorworUer that mates weak men uroug All druggstsC4cor II Curoguanm teed Booklet and tnbiple free Sterling ItemeJy Co Chicago or New York Quit Coughing Is fRY onoughiityou take Dr ellIllnp Tar Honey It cuts tho murna and lays tho Inflnmnmtlori that there no Incjinntloii to nuigh It soothes the brniiQliiulH tnd btrcngilicnliiK to the tliront and Ivngs All good druggists LOll it M tj Yocujn Cnmoron Pa says I was a Riiirnr for tpn years trying most nil kinds of pilcreimdie but without 8iicces DoWittH Witch Ilnw Salve vaa rcccohimeitdud to the I used one box I has effected i permanent euro An n perinnnciit cure fur piles DeUllte Wit h nuzel Salvo has no equal Waters A Browne CASTOR1A For Infants and Children 1rJ4 Ii = 1111= mrr- d 910I A llttlo boy nskcd torn bottle ofae ujiin the morning fast as you cat tliq druggist recognized a huuscliold name for DoWiltH Llftle lKarly Rlwnf Biulgavo him n bottle of those fnmoux lilto pills for cortstipation sick head and stomach troubles Witter InchuUf ITHE WOXDDRS OP SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Oar Readers The distinguished New York chemist IA Slocum demonstrating his discovery of and absolute cure for cousnmp IA Pulmonary Tu crculosls ann all chial throat lung nnd cheat diseases stubborn coughs caturrhal affection gen eraldcclluti and weakness loss of flesh and conditions of wasting way will send THUEE FREE BOTTLES all different of his now discoveries W any afflicted read er lboNcw LEAHEH writing for them Ills New Scientific Treatmenf1 has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and be considers it a simple praferir bent duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of lila infallible cure Science dally developes now wondersand this Krcat chemist patiently czperimpnting forycaro hue produced results as bcncflcin to humanity as can bo claimed by any mod em genius Ills assertion that lung troub les and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by boattfoit lettci r of gratitude filed in his Amoricon and Euro pearl laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bronchial cheat and lung troubles lead to cqnsump tlon which uninterrupted means speedy und certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M C 99 Pine street Nv York Riving post office and express address and tie free medicine will bo promptly sent Sufferers should take instant advantage of this generous pryposhilon PJeaacteU the Doctor that you saw his otTer in the NnwsLBADCit Dr Hells Pine Till Ilonoy acts ax a balm to tho lungs cutting tho mnciif allrtyliiK tho intlatnmation libal Ing and strengthening It will curea cough or cold in one night and oxhll unto the mugs nWllnHltho Inception of tho disease at good drug stores No euro pay fCoc OOOC OCOO OOOcOCOC OOC Four Cardinal Pointsj WILL be fbund in tbe garments ci really welldressed man Vv The material most be of the test g Y Fittingmust iBe perfect Asf Style must be UptoDatc XrMust beNeat and DurabkKIt is by uniting these points ui EVERY y garment they mate and by sticking a at it for more thanr 32 years that MIBORNFCO al TaIIors4i1iveI acknowledged leading Custom Tailors in ft America iYou can nuke no mtitaketn ordering jomclothet 6fi2 this firm Everything they furnish or do u fuiranteed No fancy arc charged No order orhegU leciedi And jw tag oulte joof W fiJnxfron Jh4e worlds choice of rattemi QX CALLONq CUNNINGHAM A DUNCANIAcNT j SPRINGFIELD KY I w iifi iif1 OR1THTTRHCTlOPIS IOur entire stock in each department is unusvg tiallyattractivVthis season WE have ALL ofcgCn f the Latset kovelties h ftrlIifili i I DRESS GtxaDsrv r 7 Ip our Dress Gotods our line of noelirSpring is attractive in shades and qgaUty antf price We defy competition in this lTnu u aOur Easter displayl of Furnishing Goods f t Is groat embracing all the nnve1tiei LadissBelts Shirt Waists Parasols Fans GtoeEtc4F V Mens Full Dress JWQ Negligee Shirts lFancv Hosieryrate stvle C6dqrs Suspend and nithc new hapes and colorings in Neckwear Come in aod inspect this stock EASTER SUITS For Men Boys and Qbiiarett Itf rUSUaiiaU Q prices liens sulis in plain CkiotcJ1OCLI4Scotch ttfjCts in prices ran ln1 froml3OO to J 1500 Meus plain and fancy Worsteds HI the prettiest styles we have shown Boys andY j Cbilrfrens stilts pall th3 novelties in Cbeckb andPhiidsJ EASTER SHOES v SOB EVERYBODY l5nt fail to seobur new t stock of Nf anns1 and Marcy Bron Meats Fine Shoes Drew Selby Cof ladies Fine Shoes Star Shoe Vos Childrens Fire Shoes They rare perfect in hTand style ard prices are right Carpets Curtains and WallPaper 1 We still infist that we carry the most complete stock of- Carpets Mattings Oil Cbths Window- S ltd p Laces Curtains WallPaper etc of any boube in town atd we know our prices are all right Come in and examine this stock befcjre you buy 40 i QI JiI Look in our window aLd BI e the reut variety of prizes we are cffHring indacuments to casb buyers War making special prices to cash buyers in addition A to prizes we offerr V We most respectfttllvinvite you to visit our large storev and inspect our immense stock of goods v Lunnin4ham Ss Duncan 7 Jt BUR7Ot 0 CB1IAHMOX BIN UAVDOX EB I H 4f4 I 1J 1 Jr1 BiRTONC9Iur 4 Hit DEN HAYDOX SR JllANAOEB l 1 4 Q Undertakers and Fflneral Directors t f COFFINS f t n CASKETS BURIAL t1 OFALL ROBES kiNDS ft51 FJJLLYEQUIPPED Calls answered promptly day itU Orb t W The services of anrEXBERJENQEDfeMBAljWER a 14t jKi graduate from a school of embalmiDg have been engagedr Jff iH Vi 0 M Mr l = lI t KyZlI X c44r7r4Ar e1 II JUST ECEIVED r A 1L 1 One Carload ofthe OLD RELIABLE Buggies Surveys and Phaetons t v iijjfc One Carload of the DEERING Binders MowersA I Rakes and Twine VS JMONEY SAVED by buying tbe best The peering Tivine is even and long and m3oth andstrong Vii Vrr Save money by leaving yaur fder for twiu bW Ijgqaraa jj tee quality and price r7TnTV 1 4 ii rrji s- ijj S M KARRIpK r fDown Town Below Thompson o etp 1 VaAS iJAT AwV 4fA P v AYio c t Thebe Tc BIiokdllsderfere rL 0 Typewriter I u DURABLE PORTABLE m IKCIBlLB r PRO 3500 Fully Gdaranfeed Hen can it be done SimpljcJtyrin cnr structlon add otHbeJonKiuK wUHr Typewriter Trost result inan honestproduCttatiPihonestpruce The BlckensderfQr is built on strJcUysoientBi principles and jof the highest grade material and is guaranteed twice aslongI as the 100 Trust machines Somo distinctive features Visible Work PortaJjiUty DurabJlity Interchange ble Ttp doing away wIth ribbon nuisance tbJrY1f I alignmAflt eaexcelled manifolding etc TheBlickensdotfer is the only typewrIter Award WprJdsJRair Improved since eclilttlgrSeidfor Catalpne anTasUBQnUl8 II MOQREBROSI I d GENERAL AGENTS i FAJyETTB ST 018 P STN W BALTIMOREMD WASHINGTON D a t A i i iv fw w iii i 1 THE NEWSLEADER rrWLSIWD BVKttY fttpBSDAT MOUNINa IfATS IffGFrl DiiI V r tGlO PIDI Local op Business NJs10 cents per hoG f r tho first Irs rttn awl 5 cents for each nnbC v eroiiJ JalU on candidates dpo1itIcal matter l i 10 cent per line J Job Wqrlc Is done at igp yates but cash must bs piltd on ddllverjf of Roods AdvcrtlSnB coiitri ts made on liberal rins i iI OhttutrteR apa4jijinl4 of respect 8 fCff ft f iv Counly Ma lstratesXA t j f 2SO CouityOcers i I 500- DIstnrtOmccs ti l iroo d = i i ti = 4 IF= 1WildeiJ DENTIST = All Dental Operations Performed 5 Jl If TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN Jf 4W 5- if laSprlngfield every first Thursday1JJ and Friday of each month 5 MjiralOrricE Fourth Arpnue = i LOUISVILLE KY = Jr ff QS B CJtSSE PHY61C1AkANDSURGEON OFFICE HOUBS 9tO1OArand7toiPrO- ppiaz In McGhord Rcbertsori Bldg E v W FNEIKIRK ATTORNEY AT LAWl f OFFICE with CC lIcCnoED 1 0 DR J RRINEHSRT 7 A OFFICE HOURS za toap m EVERY DAY t j SPHrHGFIELD KY f DRJJMBORTONJ i 4 RESIDENT DENTIST rr TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN v CFKICB TTflRao Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass 4 jjAS BRYAN AUOTIONEER f Land and StockSales aSpcc altI 3 SPRINGFIELD KY SDR CALDWELLSN DR J H LAMPTON 4 OFFICE oviin CIRCUIT CLERKS OFFiOR t jj r i When you take alittle I for the stomachfl sake- be sure that you get a II PURE ARTICLE 7 THE SUNNYSIDE SALOON Keeps nothing but- WHISKIEStJ PURE BRANDIES g PURE WINES CORDIALS 4V1GAR53 AND ToBACCOi J F GREENE Prop Wall Street Lower End of New RObCrt son Building = REUBEN MOCK BLACKSMITH Horseshoeing ft f Carriage Repairing and General Blacksmithin r f All work guaranteed to give i satisfaction at the Casey shop lSPRINGFIELD KY t 2c TEducate Tour noels With Caiearetnr Candy Cntharll cure conntipatloin fro cr I0c25c C C O fall rtrugjrlgts refund inoucy The farmer the mecbaulu4and the yb1cyclo rider are liable to unexpected ruts and bruises DeWitta WJtjh Jlflzcl SalvO Is the best thlnsr to koepoiii Jland Ib heals quickly and Is a well kuowa euro fori Hes Waters Browne T= Q I THE BUCKEYIfl ISjBSTL R OCtBY 8 1 tw Chnrnj Washers We are again in the lead with a full Jinepf farmers suppliesS1 Cultivators Disk Iftarrows Brown Wagons and also a lull line of Groceries Hardwaree and Queensware Soliciting liberal share of your patronage we are HAYDON BARBER f J = EittE i E E EE i ABOUT TOWN i 33 33ia 333 33 3 B P Rock eggs for sale 59S for 15 MRS WILSON GREEN Springfield Eyj J THE music class now being conducted by Prof Merswl1- icloseil ithDr concert they latIr i part of next week WANDA good secondhand saw milLwithout engine J WALTER BROWNX P J WALTER BROWN has a carload of fertilizer for sale inany buantitv THREE slat back double canel bottom hairs cash 350 for half dozen or one dozen for O5ii cash SIBARGAINS in shoes We have decided tosell 200 pairs ladies misses and mens shoes at one half price in order to close out 14bestMANSFIELD CLAYBROPKE SEE Clements Mayes for- cheap furniture Solid oak bed room suits with French plate mirror 20x24 for cash 12I To THE ICE CONSUMERS OF SPRINGFIELD will not sell comIingseas to Mr J E McClelland who will sell you the ice at prices t stated heretofore J P CUMMINSII IF you want any hauling rdoneIsee Clements Mayes have the best team in town i IbsjJwoolCall and get sacks- McChord Robertson THE boys are organizing a baseball team for this season and say that Springfield will be heard from in the base world Grounds on the ballI Mr John Y Mayes near town have been rented and are being put into condition for play PATRONIZE Walter Leachman when1 you want daily paper or laundry work done Ladies shirt waists a specialty THE tfeison Record saysLast week Mr Jesse Ice found on t ileslfrom1 Fork a pint bottle containing a slip of paper with the following written upon it R M Bland ford Fredericktownfc Washington county Ky Whoever finds this let me know Thrown iii the Beech Fork 2 12 milns southwest of FredericktownJan uary 22 1898 if busilness1ikelaundry to Walter Leachman who guarantees satisfaction in every detail CLEMENTS MAYES under takers supplies cannot b e ex 1 celled MR CfC M GILL shipped the first of the week about 10000 bushels of wheat which he has had stored in his warehouse vjhere for some time At the present market price for wheat tMr McGill no doubt made a neat little profit on his investment Wucal attention to the new I Wl i i j IBllArs t 11iJ M e 4JiJIl iJ yours t E E E 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 I a 1 iU iadvertisement of Haydon Bar ber this week tThdy handle fcsomeofthab4st forming imple metand mainery CwtENTS 1tlYES embalm ingaone by Samraie Clements a graduate of a regular school uining MR S S MYER who is con ducting a singipg class at the Presbyterian church this week has shown to those who hav heard him that he is a fine musil ctJ1 instruptoi and hollias quite 4 l Itiq nxpec d that the results of Mr Myers teachings will be made apparent in the improved congregational singing in the various churches CLEMENTS MAYES carry everything in furniture Hat rack centre tables sideboards carpatsj shades and anything else to mqke lip household fur niturc MuC R HARMONrthe well known liveryman haspurchased aniinterost in tho undertaking business of J M Burton Co Willinotstable business which is growing in importance jandheAvili at the sometime proveva go6d acquisi u Utfthe popular firmjof Jr M Burton Co- QtJARTERLY OV il Court conyencs UierOii Monday There isa large appearance docket oh winIjmercial Convention and the rn cjwill attract large crowds on May D10 and ll0nofure rates have been arranged on all jfthbrjiilroadsI 1 T R BEGLEY sold his farm in the Texas neighborhood to John 1Burnsor1600cas1iA t Mat tingly of Marion county who came overtreiQon Sunday last hia tend church at St Rose are reported tQ have had a very narrow esctfpo from drowning i crossing a small creek near the home of Mr Jeff OIDanicls The stream was swollen froni recent rains and washed the buggy and occupants as elasI horse down several yards 1too they struck a watcFgap Tjhk young man succeeded in clinging to the watergap and helpjinghimself and the young lds safely ashore The horse way drowned and the buggy brOKen but beyond a thorough Wetting the young5 people Yere uninjured x r IU1flnphew Qf County Clerk W F Bpolier died suddenly at his home in Louisville last Friday StJringfietime he was engagedinl farming and stoctc raismgou rhat was lJiqwn as thGreyholt estate on the Browusbpro rpad near 1Bo subseqrientlyEftt fatter a practicingphysician fiha large prQPerty interest Umil about liVe years ago jifr Prther was superintendent of the Ohio Valley Cement Com He this to accept 1the1 teadent oLtlis Louisville Trans L fer Company He had been inI retirement for some time THE last meeting of the Cha tailqua circle was voted bv all present to be one of the most enjoyable in the history of the club Mrs James 0 McElroy threw open the doors of her beautiful newhome and made all very welcome Tiie program for the evening was gool In ad dition to tfiis was had a recitation by Miss Ma115 eI4i and excellent music by Mrs Clifton Greene Sue and Nick Ray sang Nearer my God to Thee and several other pieces Their singing was greatly enjoyed and much ap preciated The next mooting will be with Miss Lizzie Lee April23with the followhig pro grtudtatitAllan Poes Jg0 Life Mr Pugh Wickliffe and the Reformation in England Ernest Mansfield BookReview Last pays of Pompeii Miss Hadgie Browne Thomas a Becket and his Influence E Gray Boyden Reading Miss Kate Mayes a sketch of Michael Angelo Mrs Clifton Greene pERSON 7 L Mr E1 England was over from Lebanon Monday Mr E s JIaye8Jr waoln Har rodsburg Sunday Mr D R Drake of Danville was In town Tuesday 1 7Mr James Gowins of filoomfleld Mraa hero Sunday J Miss Florence Gray was home Saturday and Sunday Theo CAmpboll was out from Loulsvillo to spend Easter Miss Stella WakeOold of Maad spent Sunday with friends hero Emmett Harvey ofLonWvlllOfla spending the week at S pli Grays iiisd Annie D Grnrtdy who has been quite ill of typhoid fever Is con valescont rS M Campbell of Jonsonton passed through heroMondny auto UJLonihVlllo tdbuy Qds JA 9linBrostown yesterday Miss Viola Murphy of Chaplin and Mis8 Lydia Williams of Maple weie In town Monday Spence Smith oft Harrodsburjj was the guest of tho family ofS II Gray Friday and Saturday Hamilton Robertson came homo from St Marys college to spend the Easter holidays Miss Esther Boulware who has boon attending school at Georgetown came home Sunday for a visit Mr Josh Bowles of Nelson coun ty was hero Tuesday MrTBowleriB this year secretory of the Nelson County Fair Co Mr Marion Adams and family and his sister Mrs Amelia Hughes and her children all of the State of Wash ington are hero for a yisit to brothers and other relatives in the county Mr Grig Adams of the Simmes neighborhood has sold bis storehouse to Messrs Ed and Clein Brown and will shortly move to the State of Washington where will make his future home tTfle announcement of the ap proaching nuptials of Miss Julia Craycroft to Mr Gabe 0 Wharton has been made The wedding it Is said iwill take place on April 28th The many friends of the popular yoaug couple in and about Sprlnggeld extend best wishes v r fTlnvitationsareroutforjthe wedding of MlsaROscna Astor Stan lI to Mr Albert B Mahan at tholiome of the young lady at Willlamsburg on Wednesday April 20th Miss Stanflll Is a slater of Mrs JT 0 Noe and has visited In Springfield Mr M han is also known here Mr Lao F Brown a brother of J Walter Brown and Mrs J F Mudd was here last Sunday for aylsit Mr Brown Is a young manwho a few years ago went from this county a green country boy and applied for al potation In the offices of tho Louisville Nashville railroad company HeI was tjivon a chance to work but no salary He however persevered until his worth waJ recognised and his promotloncame and now he holds an Important and lucrative position in the audltora office THE MARKETS r Tbd following table represents tho prices paid for farm products in Springfield by the dealer Akoreiiu It is corrected up 10 0 cloak fcdnesdayjk bUt Is subject to variations tEereafter on private advices from Louisville dealers Whatperbu 00 Corn per bu 25 to 00 Oatflporbn r 80 to 40 Byej per bu 50 Clover per bu 2 i5 to 2 G- OTlmotbyper bu 135 to 50 Orchard Grass per bu 75 to91- uay Timothy prdwti 1 fHay CJloyer percwttjW 40 to 45 LODISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE Report furnlsbVd by the Louisville Live Stoct Journal m West Mala Street Lou isville Ky 77IBest butcher steers 4 43a4 75 Pair to good butcllcr steers 3 8Ju4 35 Common to mod butcher steers 3 00it3 00 Thlnj jrough steers poorcovs undoIscalawags I25a325 Oxen good to extra 3 50a4 00 Oxen cOmmon to medium 2 5a3 50 Feeders 4 00a4 65 Stockers 4 00a4 75i jiulls vkA 260a300 Veal Calves JV 5 750 MILCH cows r 231 Choice milch cows I3 00a45 00 Fair to good t 00a25 00 HOGS Choice packing and butchers JSSUTtoSOOJb 400 Fair to good picking Ib t20Ulb595a400 GaI85 Fut8hoats100lrJ01b 3 25o3 Pigs 60 to 00 Ibs = iJ- OItougbs 150400 Ibf 25Da385 HHEEP AND LAMCS Good to extra shipping sheep 8 75 Frtlrtogood a 2 Common to medium 2004250 Bucks 275a300 Skips and sailawagspcr bead Goal Extra spring llambs 75a5 00 Best butCher lambs 4 25a4 75 Fair to good tcherJBwts 3 73a4 25 Tallends 2 waS o PItODUCE WtIshed by HerndonCorterCo General eommillaiolflrohsllts 31a Mur roll Uourt and ThiIet LoUIS yule Eflos Steady Fresh rchnndled 8acMarkatr firm Best grades a6o choice stock 12j Uc packing llalSc- IofLTJir Market steady Chickens hens a7c rorstors sazio spring chickens 8a lOc geeo full tea hlJreI per douo f3 iso plucVed per dQzen 92a250 turkeys alivoilv turkoysilrcil4ed Silo Michigan hand picked tl10al25 now homo to f I1rllzs Green saltoJ SnSo dry salt lOalJc dry flint 15aI6c FOBS lUccoon Jtos I to 4 mink to 4 skunk prime blactr 70a short stripe narrow stripo 20a40c nlutl1nitIipar bbl rags ptr cwL- FZATIIEIISPrIme white goose 33a31o ninlxed or old cOsiox SETS Red and yellow 550aOOO white aa toquality 5g000 DinED Arrtes New sundried active demand 2Jit3c IiiiSH Home grownnew crop 210 825 per bbl VoozIIest luaEOc burry ISalSr tub washed Wa30c black clear 1alSc black hurry OUEEV AriLBs Market hlRher and firm Fancy 300a400 choice 250a80i common 200a2J50 JlIu GRAIN Best hay strictly fancy per ton lOalOM straw per ton 4Jf a 450 ear com Xuattc sbclcd corn in bulr 3i9R feeding oats ta33c wheat No kH1 OB ACCO MARKETS I Tho following are the revised quotations as prepared by the Quotation Committee of the Lear Tobacco Ex change at Louisville for this week t tIS00 CROP nsnnunrEvi 00tTasi 6IJIMedium IUCH 00 to 0 0- 0c1odlugs900t0 1050 12OtiICommon lloaf 12 00 to 15 00 Medium leaf15 00 to 18 60 Good leaf 18 00 to 22 00 ineand80lections 29 00 If COLOnY BURLS Trash green or mixed 660 Trash Bound 8 60 to 760 Common lugs 7 50 to 8 60 Medium luga 8 50 too 00 Gpodlings 9 00 to 10 00 Common leaf short 9 00 to 00 Common loaf 11 00 to 14 00 Medium loaf 14 00 to 17 00 Good loaf 17 00 te2i 00 Fine and selections 3200 1897 CROP ItiitLEY IREDTrash green or mixed 3 60 to 4 60 Trash sotmd4 60 to 600 Common lugs 6 00 to 800 Medium lugs 8 00 to 60 Good lugs I J 9 50 to 1060 Common leaf short 950 to 1100 Common leaf l1 00 to 12 00 Medium leafio 00 to 1400 Good leaf 11 00 to 17 00 Fine and selections W17 00 to 2250 LORYDURLEY Trash greener mixed 4 00 to 4 50 TrAahsound 6 60 to 7 00 r Common lugs 6 50 to 750 Medium lugs 7 50 to 9 00 Good lugSi 9 to 11 00 Common leaf Cohort 9 00 to 10 00 Common leaf iO 00 Ib 12 00 Medium leaL12OOtq15tG- ood lea1500161700Fi- ne and selections tJ2f 00 To Cure Constipation Forever Take discards Candy CaUlnrtJa be orZc It C jallto cure dui rvfundmoboy 1 Jk WEI dro still soiling 3 j BU661S B 8 V 4 But 70 also handle all kinds g of FARiiiNG IMPLEMENTS y We buy and sell Hay Grain 5 andFefed Woselloal at the LOWEST CASH PRICE t1 Come ic and let us show x you our new wheel I fIVana da1If y irA strictly high gtadobicy cle in cvey respect and K selling at the extremely low g21 I gI8 Come in andexatcinja the e wheel and let us show you p the good points about it that s others higher pricedo noVa possess 1 4 4- 4THO1PSOS LAKE 1 SPHlNl3FIELD KV 1 r t V A AAV 1 1Therodo not claIm to hue discovered some unkmiwn ingredient or that it la acute all This hot eat medicine only claims to cure certain uisonsos and that lie In1 Hrcdients uro recognized bj the ino tj skilled pliyalqlans us being tho best for kidnov and blender diseases It is Foloyu KidnoyCure lluydon k Uob erteoii NEcaLyAoRL a year TATHAM SPRINGS From our Special Correspondent We reached this place Friday and found it looking beautiful under the management ol Mr Clay Foster Great pains are being taken lo add to the natural beauty of the placefDr A Y Hatchett has re turned from the bedside of his brotberin Spencer county where he has been the past two week and reports a slight change for the better MrFoster isat St Jo sephs InfirmaryouusilleHo rlday was operated uon last and is doing as well as could Be expected Aunt tsally Coulter an agel and highly esteemed lady of this place is ut the point of death at this writing Arvin Noe and his charming sister Miss M ry visited the Springs Monday Last Sunday evening was set to reorganize the Sabbath school at tbe Baptist church hero but owing lo the heavy rain it was postponed until next Sunday evening at 2 oclock Last Thursday night two men got somewhat excited at a wed dintr when one of them was shot through tLoarm An amiable joung lady of Springfield telephoned us to flOW if wa had been on the Devils Backbone We had not at the timt but we havd since mounted and viewed the the land scape1 oei and have said Get thee behind us Satan NEWSLEADER 00 a year EGOS FOR SALE B Minorcas jdirect rofn Nor thup none better i 00 for 15 Pokin Ducks peu headed by pair fr01h Rankin weight 21 lbs iooiori3- MRS DF LOGAN DANVILLE KYV Lock Box 500 My Wife UhClilDulln htm used CurdIBalsa for rheumatism nut I can recommend liniment for rheumatism und oilier household for which wo have found it valuable W J Cuyler nod Crook INY jISMIr Cuylor is ono of the leading mer chants of this village And run of Iho most prominent men iri this vicinity WoO thlppln Editor Red Crook herald For sale by Haydon RohorLson MOORESVILLE From Our Special Correspondent Farmers aro hustling their work as rapidly as the weather permits Easter Sunday was a cl urch going day with our youngsters especially Sunday school was organized SundayItendent and Miss Ora L Tront maod Mr Ham Shehan as teach j ers Av 0 Ellis has Had a slight vattack of the grip bin is out again 1 Mr J M Wall has purchased SUPERB ST13ES theinTIeSgrowliko fexquisite Iinestthing Illustrated tiealtbelr tfibright largeverythcaonroORDER Now lin the plant obtain best results Your moneVs worth or baokM v- OSBORNSTODDKRP MADISON HEM INSURE YOUR LIFE INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WJTH John II McElroy Agejat J Representing the following well known companle The Mutual Life Insurance Company The Hartford Insurance Company Hartford Conn The Aetua Insurance Company of Hartford Obnn SThese old substantial and companies are noted for the prompt and liberal adjustment and payment bflosses v 4OFFICE AT FIRST BANK BUSINESSI ahiolutdy is yuong J Ollttralnlogi BRYANT 4 STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE H LOUISVILLE KY MHHHMB 13ookkeephiWrito for beaatial book giving testimonials Shorthand o gradaatea occupying prpmlnent positions alliove Telegrapity the United StatesIt be niafled FREE about fifty bead ol stock hogs paying 3 25p r cut for them Services conducted at Maud ChrisJan cburcn Scnday fillisburgburgvMiss Susie Pope of Spring field has opened a subscription school Hog Run school bouse with about 20 pupils enrolled Mrs John Bodine of Nel sph countv visitedin this neigh borhood lasl Thursday Miss Minnie Setlln visited Miss Pearl Goatley at Valley Hill last ra ek 1 hejare wIth entneat here a JJIb Those of our illtigedlo rel clamoring for war the hardest would be the last go and then would hive be drafted them to their t Mr Henry Arnold andes wife visited Will sb rg Sundayj 1 gradballyThere is old saying raiLsoD Easter Sunday it will ram six Sunday in succession We can find out this year lilt is true not BOYS l filRli11 to do light writing reiMent us it horn hnyplojoirnt with modcmU Iaurneuitrd8end IUUlEbYbroadD1No YAA A TtWJ 1 l3atk Kooins 1 i JOHN TYREE Propr f 4 w New and elegant tubswith l dll modern Jniprovements Hot and cold water Baths all a hourflo Hl4tmejg MAIN STREET BELOW SPRINGFIELD nOvEL A= J = i G R11 HaPttiOIiJfi THE LIVERYMAN Je a U Has on hand for tho summer = g season the BEST rigs in g town Fast and safe hors t reliable drivers = IIS 1t1t = S PEC I A L ATTENTION g f given to commercial men J y Livery connpclion Hotel with J v If J MAIN STREET jf S RINuiILD KY Telephone No3 Tbo rcqulromonts of it moJletno U to lighten flio buidcn of pain and euro This brings us to the question of a rein edytHnd Talllors Uncko o PUn Ointmont Is the only enieyfor Ibid bleeding or protruding piio4nt is endorsed by Iliyslclans Cures tTi most nbstinatd cases SOt Ilaydon t Uo er1s1DI STODDHRDS of tho largcnt size and or a show bed 3 packets of this perfdct seed and our Catalogue for 10 certts9The prIce you would pay anSwbealor packet of this need Giant Comet Asters mixed + flowers on long stiff stems white plnlr yellow red and blue PeMiyflowtretl Astej 8 mixed Petls incurved flowers averaging mere shades EARLY time to to y6ur money JERSEY = u I i Sl t v of New York Fire of reliable NATIONAL A EDUCATION neeetMry the rata t froi1 will were at D thchild- ren to to to get serve country at an that if it or i bath at g and tha Springlield J t One of Two WayS The bladder was created for purpose namely a receptaclo for tho urine and asV such It fa pot llabhj to any fortn of dlseaso except by one of two wayS The fret way Is from Imperfect action of the kidneys The second way is from carteless7 local treatment of oUtar diseases CHIEF CAUSE Unhealthy nrino from unhealthy kidneys Is tho chief cause of bloddjr trpdblei the womb like the bladder was create for one purpose and If not doctored too much Is not liable to weakness or diaoaseOiccpt- in i rare cases It Is situated back oCjpn4 lalscnsekidneys back bladder or nrbuiry passage Is often by mlstiko attributed to femala Weakness or womb tronblo of some aort1The error Is easily made and may bejj easily avoided To find out cm a your urine aside for twenlyfr rI nfqAr bladder trouble Tho mild And extra rdlnary effect of Dr Kilmer1 BtrampRoot tho great kidney nnd bladder remedy iU r soon realized iyoa need a medicine you should have the beat At druggists fifty i cents and One Dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free a by mall upon receipt of three twocent tamps to covercostof postage on the bottle Mention NEWJLEAIJEK and send your ad dresrfto Dr Kilmer it Co BInRhamton K Y The proprietors of this paper gusr antee the genuineness of this offer Physicians RecomineniJ II 11 S RZ x84tfy DcarStr As youcan well Imagine th worry and arduous duties ofa hotel man ager during busy season of the Worlds Fair were sufficient td break down a man of more natural strength than myself Towards the closfe of the Fair eispa I found myself languid dull bilious and nervous not taking the interest or a healthy man in my business Our house physician recommended yoqrBtoodand LiverRetnedyand Nerve Tonic as the best remedy his lifelong experience in oractice had discovered fur ray restoration and It accomplished the work completely Today I1am a well man thanks to your Jtreat remedy fifFor wlo by Haydou tBobeonou NEWS LEADER 1 a year v id mdlbtlrait ioap withIJlBWOOLLFYlLD Shea 11 N Prjoc Uhcu oa TuIie IsII nothing conies In so Ufornt sea im f Ikilla l too Tr Honejy sGoojjf 1IIDr rood for overvbdIreidy JlIIihronchlul trouble Cl1t iiqity4ktOl t druif lIturcSJIoDcontr I mood Decit Clean blood means a clean Ikia No tatharJticstirring up the lazy liver and driving all iJ- urit1es from the bodt Begin today tbanish pimples boils blotches blackhead takingtaanretsbcnutygist satisfaction guaranteed 10c2q50c Mme Payer a Swiss woman who has taben the degree of t 00 1or of m dlciDe isI trotJ ly op ppsed to light boots jd gloves corsets and long argun1nts aiSihEl vfncingtbatkt SkiBert r rc cntictufs O f49ii ple4ged tew unlXiflt 1Carf cOrsets and t8tjt dresses ten lc10l gtbuntfS I WSLEAE 1 Ci rNUTo MOTHERS WEARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD CASTORIA AND PITCHERS CASTORIA AS OUR TRADE MARK 1 Dfl sAMUEL PITCHER ofi hyannis Mes8aohuootte was the originator of PITCHERS CASTORIA the same that has Jtornv end does now j Zr j on every bear ths facsimile signature of vx7C4K wrapper 7frVt the original PITCHERS CASTORIA which has been used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty yQarjt LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper end see that it is j the kind you have always bought R on the and has the signature of wrap J8iN one has authority from me to use my name ex 1 wpt Tfio Centaur Company of which Chas H Fletcher is t 41 Presidenta4u 1cIJA t 4 ttttttn 1tttttt1ttt ttttaatUt LE Two Desperate Duels 1 J i i I H1t I I Oldtimers along the Missouri will no doubt recall two duels 1fbicb were fouht1n the early days said an oldtime steamboat v man wbo was employed in the palmy days in steamboating along the fiverto tbd St Paul Pioneer Press They differed consider 1 ably from the ordinary affair of honor in the manner in which they were fought and in the fur thtjr facVthat Both of them were fatal and to both contestants in each instance One of them Vas I fought with rifles from opposite ends of a big cotton wood log probably thirty feet in tongtb I dtbe other took place on the trestle of the big Missouri river bridge when it was in course of erection I was an eyewitness of each of the encounters both of which were seen by a large numberof people Near Chamberlain S D a good many years ago there lived two brQthers Jim and Lafayette S nderland They were typical tbad men of the frontier and din Kerous characters iin an encoun teL Tflf1eanl active sure Sfghled and quick of alit they were ugly customers Their reputation was general along the Missouri river Each of them tioor more notches on The i 4iSi revolver indicating i1bbadfaflea1ler to ts aim No man carect to offend either of them unless ba was looking for trouble and was t prepared for battle as trouble was sure to follow when either of them felt that his dignity had a had suffered insult It was particularly appropriate Nthat these two bad characters should have seen fit to rid the world of each other which they did effectively iin consequence of nquarrel between them Yen t steamboating was in its glory alongl the Missouri the owiier of a wood yard along the stream drove a profitable business in supplingbe passing boats with fuel There were established yards along the riyer at such a Idlstance apart aswas most con venlentr for the boats and they ran into shore at these yards whenever their supply of fuel i VgPt low to replenish it from the supply always to be found On hand A heavily loaded boat making a trip up stream con sumed a good many cords of wdbd and the expenditure for fuel WAS no small amount Prices ranted from 2 to 5 a cord apd when the owner of a yard sold a supply to a passing b0aS he had done very fair days work and received a very fair days income Bad lor t Broochliis r but extremely good for the sufferer from that harassing disease is Dr Ayers Cherry PectoraL1Np medi cine can compare with this great remedy in the prompt and penna Bent aid it gives in all bronchial affections It stops the cough 1sootbes the irritated throat and in ducea refreshing sleep I hada poralsoctarOrdinaryreediegCherry Pectoral One bottle cured mas 1CWOODSONP1L ForeBlHfflWVs A abort time ago I was taken with a TOte attack of bronchitis and neither pity icaB3 ordinary wmedies gave me reyef la1 despair of findiap anything to cure me I vJbwckt a bottle of Ayeta Cherry Pectoral gJUss tMa oae bottle entirely cured ma i G BHUNTfEAUoonaP A S jE Pedvilf 4 w pit wp bslfiLe bottles at k1fRdce50 cents The wood was always paid for iin cash by the clerk of the Boat and the patronage of the boats was much sought after by the owners of the yards along the river The Sunderlaed brothers va ried their careers as bad men by wood copping and they estab lished a yardrbout ten or twelve miles from the prsent si Is of Chamberlain The yard rras a partnership concern the brothers being supposed to divide the proceeds of whatever sales were made But as with suchasual character there was not even common honesty between them and ifr either man was able to make a sale without the knowl edge of the other he deemed it the part of wisdom and good finance to pocket the entire prO- ceeds an i say nothing We were making a trip up the river lae iin the season with a heavy load of freight and put in at the Sunderland wood yard to replenish our stock of iuel which had been heavily drawn upon by our plowing against tbeI swift current of the river One of the owner u1m Sunderland was present at the yard and weI made known our need 3 and sentI roosters ashore to narryiht g wood upon the deckLSoJut rflrtaiid paid Sun derland ton crisp five Hollar bills in settlement of the account Just BS we were preparing to pusbIette Sunderland made bisappear ance from a neighboring copse of woods and inquired as to the settlement for the wood that had been token By this time we bad swung out into the stream and the clerk called across the stretch that lie had paid Jim for toe wopd prom the deck of the boat we could discern a boated controversy between the brothers The reputation the two men was such as to create a general interest on board the boat as to the outcome of the quarrel but none of us were prepared for the tragic donoue ment After perhaps five min utes of altercation we saw Jim suddenly spring to the end of a huge colt nwod log which lay near and seizaa rifle wlicb rested Upon the end of it But quick as be wa the other was even quicker and athoughJim was the first to move Lafayette sprang to the other end of the log where trsgriflj rested and had seized it before Jim could take aim Two puffs of smoke from the barrels of the weapons two shortsharp reports and two men fell almost simultaneously each whore he had stod without moving a step Each of chd men was a dead shot and there could be but one result to such a duel The brothers were stone dead each killed by the other and over the dvision of 50 Bomicide was not uncommon in those days although the killing of brother by brother in a duel of this description was a little out of the ordinary The other duel took place on I the trestle of the big Missouri bridge between Bismarck and Mandan in 1881 Several of us were sitting on the upper dt ck of a steamboat at the Dist arck landing when our attention was attracted by the confusion among the workmen on the trestle which was on the opposite side of the river perhupi half a mile away We watched tba men for a few minute and soon we saw some dark olject fall from the trestle to the rocks 70 feet below Investigation disclosedthat two of the carpenters who lid been at work had become eligagcdIn an altercation and bard w rtbwere followed by mow until one ofr them attacked the other vtUhi i hammer and the other defended l himself with t hatchet It was an extremely perilous place for an encounter of tha descriptionII which followed The trestle was 70 feet high and just wide elfough to admit ofthe laving of the rails with a space ot a foot on each side There were no guard rails and under thn trestle the ground was strewn with huge boulders A tall frOm the trestle waScertuiolv fatall The worn uaeu saw the iioapeodtni struggle witn upprehensioc but drtred noCintor fere lest they should bp custfrom the trestle The two uHlligereht workmen grappled with each other and swayed from side tto side of tie trestle Backward and forward Uey reeled and struuglcd each seekiug to oJcome the other I and cast Mm froth the dizzJ height Finally they batilid to the very edge of the irestle andI one of them lost his balance sung over the dge Realizing ill that he Was doomed be clung 10 ill deIspuirself from the grasp of tbfl falling man the second of the win slipped swayed und fell over the edge and with a wild cry both men were precipitated to the rocks below Tne rest ot the workmen were horrorstricken txnd peered over the edge to seethe two unfortunates lying prone on tho rocks below still clasped id the viselike gripof thqother and stone dead Hardly abunc ttihe hod of eithor but was broken I was reading on advertisement Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr heoa nemody in tho Worcesler Entpr priMe rccoutlv wnirli leads mo to wrlto tbis lean truthfully aav 1 noyor used any remedy tfquul to it for colic and dlarhocn I have nover had to nsomore than ono or two doses to euro the worst case tallh uiysolf or children lfeA Popohioko City Md Far sale by Hay dpn fcKobortsou An Old Camnaisrncr Wants to Teach Volunteers JIow to Fight Young men you will want a few old men in even company to teach sou how to become sol diers and as I am an old spldier of the Orphan Brigade in hiehI I learned to soldier without l 1Uonout commissary to marjcn Without shte to fight withou pay and to suffer without winning I therefore reel like I could teacti you some cf these things which you will mcdtnknow il you Rxpeci to stand under tht red stripes when they are wavms on the death line Now I hav seen Old Glbrj on moiny a field waving in frontand I would like to see her stars flashing over the heads o the only men who evei whippeo her off Uiift field of battle 1 nov firmly believe with Soulhen boss closing around hir she has seen her last Bull Run and il she is aver again driven fran another r stricken field like Chick- amauga she will be drenched it the blood of better men that bounty scalawags And whet the fun is all over there will bf nobody down here howling bet down if they doVt get them either So boys whenever yod arc ready to enlist without bounty serve without pay and live ann die without pensions jjust get your company together eleci your officer and thenllot mo iI lust as a filercloser I want n 1hitg else Let tthe colonels aVe the offices till the fun begins and then there willi l oe plenty of vacancies YuursTor the future JOHN A THOMAS Louisville Dispatch In 16S8 my wire wont East nUll was at kicked with ihonmatisnr She received no relief until alto tried Chatuberlalnti Pain Balm 8inpo that time Ive never been Without it AVofltui It jgivta Instant relief in cnsos of tirna and scalds and iin never falling for till rlieu niat1i and naiiral u pnins D H iirnnt Santa Ync CaL For sale by lloydon Jc lttbertson nllklIHt4Ioftune in tho same vessel with Ilitanin- Fudoless Dyes Sold by Waters Bowne We have heard f the rev wpman seeking fame and fortune most every occupation known 1at modern c5viliziju but we our breath when we head that there Wcfs un organI zalion in our town crmposea of young women who style them selves the Twentieth Century Transfer Company We read on one of their hand bills that tbev propose to move anything from a young mans heart fo a hearty dinner HawRsville CI rioniFiifrormliiR Qxjatii DK Bolls Pine Jar Uoneycire9cnngli5 und and soothes boair passages II heals tho bronchial tube nnd strcngtndus the voak lupgs It briilds up the tissues und enables tho blood to reeelyo its sup ply of oxygen 1SvrCURES nq CALCVlELLN GmING READY Every expectant mother Hat a trying ordeal to lace If she does not r IJj get ready for It teWn2LlLi Childbirth is full of uncertainties il Nature is not given proper assistance Mothers Friendi- s the best help you can use at tbis time It a liniment and when regularly ap plied several months before baby comes painIlesickness relaxes the overstrained muscles relieves thedistehded feeling thort ens labor makesrecovery rapid and car tain without any dangerous aftereffect Mothers friend is good for ttnly one purpose viz to relieVe teotherhcod pi danger and pafnI Dte One dollar per bottle at all drag toruot eentbrexpres on receipt price Fnn conutlnlnic valn bla Inform tion for vomAn xriU be want to say addreai upon application THBBRADP1ELD REGULATOR CO AUaaU0 s In WarTime No citizen in the event of war need waste any time in wonder ing whether it is dnty to enlist If one one man were selected from every fifty Americans be tween the ages of eighteen and for tytive years the result would be an army of about a quarter of a million menmore than we would need to defend our coasts and meanwhile help the insurg ents to sweep Spamout of Cuba More than can be needed will beI glad to volunteer there is always too large a proportion of men who rejoice in the prospect oIfighting witbx someone so there will be noxjemand or excuse for men with families business or other responsibilities to hurry into uniform and away to the front r But Jthjefl are duties quite as jtml rable arid exacting as hooting and being shot In time of war or of assuring peace by preparing for wara governments most nuuipious and virulent one Dies are within its own borders Among them are the men who protest against the increase of taxes that military oit1aycOm- pels War even to the victor is shockingly costly ihe fifty million dollars appropriated several weeks ago will be but ft mere beginning of the expense if war is to come Cheerfulness uUderIncreased taxation is the rarest of patrioti qualities Worse than tie men who scheme to tvadewar taxes are hey who wake of war an oppor tunity to prey upon he people A contract to furnish military or naval supplies is proofpositive ofa desire to steal but in all civilized lands tnwar time arrry and navy Contracts have been the favored means of gi gantic Dwindles to which many cviiians have consented on the strange theory that a government like a corporation has no soul yet has money of its own and is therefore fair game for anY one SOldlEItQ thdenetny as persons deserv ing to be shot and human nature las made no notable change for the better in recent years It will be bad citizenship to lessen business efforts llock tip money and sell securities because of a war scare or even in case of war itself Most businesses improve in war time in United States for demand for manufac ture goods and food products increases new itdustries are created by military requirements the demand for labor and the wagesofworkmen improve rail way business becomes larger and money circulates nft rh tree oflimprovemcnt of the arguments ib favor ofI war more s the pity Any Uberatice pi courage which the patriotic citizen may possess cap be profitably exerted combat jug the possessors business alarms and those or his acquaint ances In hri Cilian in time of danger ate Vlas great and exacting as those thesoldter and to fulfill them i to manifest a high qUdlitv of loyally and a keen sense of na tional honor Colliers Weekly NoToliac for flftytente Guannlcvd lolmccojioblt cure makes weak men strong blood jure IL All drurclkis I Q guffoN Both tho method anj results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho tastof and acts KidneysLivertem effectually dispels colds head aches and foyers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind over pro duced pleasing to tho taste and so- CCPtabl0 to the stomach Prom tin lofts action and truly beneficial in its effecta prepared only from the most ea1thyaiidagrceablosubstnnces its nanv excellent qualities commeQdit to all and have made it the most knownI sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug whoIcure it promptly for yonD who wishes totry it Do not accept any substitutefCAUFOBM HO SYRUP CO LDomiuE a rate f jla l Tidings foA lhmnNuflTerenk Foloya Honey und Tar glv s quick and poKltire relief In all cases Haydon tRobe tson Ask SOur CATARRHDRUUUIMT I For a enerous 10 VEST TRIAL NIZE Elys Cream Balm contaIn no cocaine njtenrjnur toy other drugiti orGY i relief a oqco It opens and deanHI EADAllaTUoiilt and protect the meoiwrinJ Ktitunw the ituu of t ate and un Full else TiUI Mi at all drnggiiti or br mail KLYBKUTUBtto e Wsen Bto t KewTork For ofIt berlains Eye and Skin Ointment fe itchIngandItscure It also curesltch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids frrbort9purlrlU1dlli jr lon A Robertson Druggists A LA A F AYERSFor five years my liusbandsuffcred from scrofula The best physicians In our city pronounced the case curable Sores appeared eating into the mouth and throat The jugular vein was exposed the tongue entirely eaten away the palate and tonsils eaten out and there was a large sor on the outside of the throat After everything else had failed he tried Ayers Sanaparilla Ho had to take it through a tube as his throat was too sore to swallow Now teryearsof terrible suffering he is fully restored to health and he is able toWork every day although his speech is greatly affected byithb loss of tongue and palate ilrs Eo L FOSTER Wllminston Del S rsaparliaFor seven years I suffered with that terrible scourge scrofula in my 0shoulder and arm Every means of cure was tried without success I had good physician who tried in every way to help me I was told to take Ayers Sarsaparilla I immediately began its use and alter taking seven bottles of this remedy tho scrof ulawas entirely cured Un JA GENTLE Fort FalrliddlIo Cures t I was a great sufferer from scrofula being unable to do any work for twelve months Not one of the doctors who attended me nor any of the medicines I took did me any good My friends supposed that I could not live One of my physicians induced me to try Ayers Sarsaparilla After using eight bottles 1 am now perfectly well V GEORGE TOWNSEND French Camp Miss the worst forms of For many years Ayers Sarsaparilla has been one of the constant reme dies used in ihe Home for Little Wanderers and we have found it valuable in eliminating humors from the blood which seem to have been inherited especially scrofula and other skin diseases Rev B A COOPER Supt N E Homo for Little Wanderers Boston Mass crofuaDr Ayers Pills are specially adapted for use with Ayers Sarsaparilla They promote digestion and keep the liver bowels and stoma h in good working order Y- ii 0LIVEILY FIRM Tv WHARTON A TAf7INow Ready for Business with Fir1a Accommodations a GQGD HORSES 9qD BUGGIES Special ftttentibb given to board and feed horses TLe Best Accmmodations fcr Traveling Men Jack W Thompsons old stand SPRINGFIELD KY 1 III PILECURE WHY SUFFER AGONY H When DONS COMPLETE PILE CtJRE is guaranteed to euro you It is the discovery of an eminent physiciani No Knife I No IntefrujitiinDf f Busiwss I The first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will cure you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department says After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT WU rec ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure voluntarily glice you this statement hoping it will be the means of bringing jour wondeftul remedy to the attention of others auf faring w1tIpiles JJ Prepaid to any Address 1PrkeIOO COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN COMPANY zscaoj IROBINSONPETTET LOUISVILLE K- YFWAON1qoft Horns Groin Fruit Trees We haye thousands of nice well grown Tiees Vines Etc for April delivery Write us and wewill make prices by tiit next mail J BOBthANLC COUNTY ACT GARDINER BROS DEATSVILLE KY Clubbing List The Best Magazines and Nev spapers published in the country offered at re duced rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber As a special indutemeJit to new subscribers and olJ ones ho renew we have at no little trouble and ex pense rafttle arrangcBienta with n large number ol magazines tiniil newspapers tp offer them at greatly reduced rates In I spine cases we tiller you the NEWS DEADEKund the other publication together for one year at the price of the one t Now is the time to begin and hero is n list of some oi the offers WITJt NEWSL3A DEn Louisville Post dailyl 275 Courier Journal twice a week 150 Louisville Comtneicinl daily 5 00 Louisville Commercij l weekly 125 uouisvlle Dispatch 1 65 Home and Farmut 140 Frtimers Homo Journal 175 Oin CommercialTribune 140 Cincinnati Enquirer 150 Cjuntry Gentleman II 800 Interstate Pouhryman U 180 Wrio Farmer 150 Independent 30 Silver Knight 1hO p175Centuryj tt Nicholas 850 Southern Florist and Gardcnr 150 Mayflower 130 Harpers Magazine 400 liuirpraeekly 425 harpers Bnzar 425 Hirpers Round Table 2 50 t YWorldTrf u 175 Munseys Magazine 185 McOlurea Mwgazine 180 Review of Jlpviews 800 New YOlk Weekly1ibone 125 N X TriceaWeek World 7 165 Frank Leslies PopulflrMontblyS 2n The Arena 800 McUalls MnnzAo 125 It 81 ra nxo that porno people whn say they Power feat patent medicine nilvcrtisomenJn wLIlbo found Ingoing home every now mid then a boUlo of onup ravorltftJetnedy- of thelrs We dont bottiovu much with reading but 3nst nslt vou lojtry a tOo trial bottle of ir Cnldwollf Syrup Pepsin for constipation IndlgOtlon and rtonmrli trouble 60c and Jl00lRC3nt Waters Allrowno r Mothersl 1rfmrdlscoinII 0darsoIchildbnthcan be almost enI tlrely avoided WincofCardoi relieves expectant mothers It gives- tonetothegen tdIcondition to do their Work erfectly That makes pregnancy less painful shortens- Iaborandhastensrecoveryafter childbirth It helps a woman bear strong healthy children Yin ofirdu has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for 1 dosesoftenbringgjo for a darling baby No woman should negjecf to try it for this- tronbleItcuresujnecaseaout 5e of ten All druggists sell Wine of Cardui Jico perbottle For tdrfca In eases reaulrlnr nectal Strectinna address etrfnrr the Ladles Advisory Ps rtrfenti TJ a Chattinooe MrJrrlna Co Chltta- ndbcaTeno Yrs StILT oulelt rsan CL tapWhen I Scat took lIne of Cardai butCouldmonths later I had a tine UI baby TAB LERSP LET OINTMENT CURES NOTHING KIT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB yeaife the BEST REMEDY for MLEt BOU BY AH DKUOCOSX8 t Tetter BaltRIicum and UCzcno k4 clbySkin Ointment Many very i cr have been permanently curcr b Ia equally efficient foro ikbinj 1dk a nfptchappedand chronic Eoro eyes 25 cK jpdzbojt Irjuttcondition Tonic blood purifier siv 1medic1nhorse In primo condition Price 25 cents per naclrage EIf8C1t JI ULXhnitIsq- uIckIysbojjjjjjjjjjjj