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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I t iRE Wl eawatbualne8 n can ft through the oolamnf of thoNEwa 120ct LKADEB reach ttfe farmer and ptbert I buyer t J 1h f BE T ADVEKTISINO MEDIUM cr is I Y u = at I ou t New Series Vol J No 16 PRJGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 21 1898 J8100 A YEA Ie 1M WtItHt bewe kbal TASIOW It siss rd VtIsr M ertclter w I IaI I N- t G IIU 4 avAM Mi wBcaeelMwvo j OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county teat of Wae1 tInglon Ooonty 53 miles fouthwetof Lex jington 59 mllfis irom Louisville on Bard toWxl brauch of Lonlsrille nod NaahvIUn railroad la a farming and agricultural dis h trict Tito banks telegraph and telephone 7liDOaospnoas omce flour mills lumber yards Population 1100 population of county 15000- EepreaentaUvq In Congress onD H BtSith Cloverport Kv- iHeprcsentatlrel In Kentucky Legislature HaShehan entat1ve In State Sedate Eon u lO ileChord 8pringfleldKy COUNTY DIRECTORY i 1 emeui count jtJlreult Court begins on the fodrtb Moh day tnFebraary May and October bCEratteron7zde W B Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney IV I 1r M Campficll Clerk t lTWSIO01t00mt3uhhbfu1e1 ooSANTItLY OUT Quarterly Court is held on the third Mon diY lla January April JnII and October B U LIUey Judjtn r coupiTyOOU1 I CotmlzCottrt meets on the fourth Mop d4v in each month 1T4tseyJadje tTPhooker County Clerfc- T S Mayeft CPurtr Attorney IIi R Smith Jailer H B Povttll Sheriff t WRThurman t Sidney Oiborae DoptitlesSByron Croakol El Masters Janw T Jloora countyCjorTeyor T POBanAcsor SJarardJTcput A O1nipboU tJounty Treaanrex r PAINaPIRLD OIRIOTOf rt r jlw BakeYPoliw Judge 1i lomUncc1f f Wpnj City Atormv JU TIOI COURT tr JuAtlCQ courts Are held in January Atprll J ulr ind OiWbVr etT CHtRH QJ E TOJiYI BA PTlS t Rv G G Pugh Ti itor Services every SahJayat B ma and 8pm Qunday- Echoo at 83J Pravtr Meeting oWed- or ew1nr nibt at 1 M ETHODIST CHURCH linT B F Atkln nn Pastor Services on the FIrSt and fElrd Snndaji In each irtnth titantuafpm PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH RevREOLawouJtorSerT1CeSeVer- YHundajatUauiandRpm Pmyar Jteet lnr eTery Thnrsdayfllght CATHOLIC CUURCH Rerr PHennesyPMtor Service every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a Service It kt St Ro d same hour R1ttERN1fL ORDERS llABOinc Springfield lodge No 50 mdctebeoond MMaday in each month blhgton R 0 Chapter No iT meat every third Monday SpringfleWCouucUNo W meet every fourtb iouy Kjotfuw or t9xoJlMeete every second ind fonrth Monday In each month i KnoD rS I1UB MactuaaeMects every first Wednesday of each month LVand NTIME TABLE 41Q1LnIyaI aad Departofl of TraIns I 4i 08y 42 tfJt XMPJC 205Sk 6 22 12 03Booker f 547147 HP 4troakea 6 M I 68 1tYon 1137Woodlawn Q3818 C58 1127 Early Tunes 812325 540 1115Bardatowu 023455- S80 1050NazarethS 8OS 627 itfSO Bamnela 041384 521 25DcaUv1l1eh6458 O ft 10 cairn Spring 0 53 4D5 603 1000Bobi s5415 500 8 52GIermont 704490 455 4J Bard town Janet 710500 4 48Bi phCrdvJ11e r 20 4 42 Hub ra127SS 438outhPrk- 789 427 8 South Loul TiUe 7 fOSK I 4 8 00 Lv Louisville Ar 8 05 10 PM AM i JUJIPSC c Personal i FBBE 64page medical reference book to aqy person arillrted with any tpoclrl chronic or xleltcato disease peculiar to their seA Addrena tbo loading physi f IaDI iuid unreons or the United States DrHathway Co 70 Dearborn street Chlca n T4 VVEE tVLH IN JfE DAY c Take Laxative Bromo Quinln Tablets All druggists refund the money Jf It fall to cure 25c For sale by Hnydon tt Robertson and Witter A Brown Thousands oT auQerers front lagrlppe vbfVQ bc n restored to health by One illnnto Cough Cure It quickly cure acoughs colds bronchitis pneumonia grippe ostnma And all throat an4 lung r dLteases Waters A Brpnrno If E Odds and Ends CiossBp I i i t 1 TILE IKKPOT WABRIOR Wbo p Hurrah for blood I Waxrlorr1 putyouin al1dtbundef11 Let tbecoward stand from anderliDeath unto the iucy don Go spread terror a1d confusion Through the hated Spanish ranks Let the hated Andalu 1nIDie on Gnadalqalverte bankal Burnish up your trusty rtflee Swlpythe cannon into fine Tja no time 1f think of tiAfles Or distinctions that are Inel They are turning up their nbeea At our Government again Jumping JInka and Holy ifo sIHave we still got fighting teh Death unto the proud CastHlknl Hear ye not the olariou call Soldier sailor and civilian t Duty points the way for aIls There are wrongs in need of renting Do do hesitate ordoubt itrYou rush fortbto dotheflg1itht Ill stay here and write about ill Ex A BOOM A real estate boom has struck the town and we may now expect to hear quotations on choice corner lots at somuch per front foot The first boom sale was held yest r day and was conducted by R W Conway who recently purchased the Thurman property on Main street adjoining the schoolhouse lot Mr Conway hails from Owensboro and is evidently an experienced hand in the boom business He came in with a grip full of advertising matter and his sale was thoroughly ad vertised beforehand The prop erty was platted with a street running through and divided into thirty lots to be sold sepa rately Thisisthe first sale of the rind ever held in Springfield and Mr Conway announces that if the idea takes well he will probably have others provided he can negotiate for the pur ewe of other desirable property about townS G OOD BUSINESS ToWNsBythe way a point rnade5tn one of Mr Consray circulars is sig sPringlfield business The statement is made that traveling m m say thit Springfield is one of the big gest little towns in Kentucky in a business way It is a well known fact that drummers regard this as a good town to come to and the statement has been fre quently heard from them that there is more goods sold here than in Lebanon our nearest neighboring town which is much larger in point of population and pretentious It may be a lytfle hard to convince some of ourold timers about town that Springfield can be anything but just a delightful old easygoing town and one of Jhepleasanlest places to live in the whole country but theiact remains just the same that we are progressing and at least keeping up with if not a little ahead of the times We have water works contracted newjrailroadtado is to invfte new capital n new enterprises to come nn dl dwell among usa n regular Citijzensed our suggestion it appears and have held a meeting and signified their desire to join in the movement to induce the Southern railroad to extend the Bloomfield branch on through thisWay They have appointed a committee to confer with a committee from here In regardtp the matter and take such steps ass may be deemed necessary In the meantime the railroad people are jflving but nothing officially about nyr contem plated extensi nrbut Uieit atteiipp4liai been directed this way and iit is well that tbe good citizens ovf this place and Lebanon as well keep a line out in anticipation of the first sign from the railroad company indicating an extension of its line t III MENTS Speaking otIIMPRQV vements vhat the town needs to make it grqw from now on is the starting of some more manufacturlngrcoscerns As iit is how tlieIrownS is supported almost exclusively you might say by the agricultural Indus trieaof the county This is a good arming Jjsommuhity and- annuallyour farm prbducts ring into the county a great deal of money and the town merchants and other business men partic ularly live off the thrift of the farmer Ifcrequires a large ter ritory hpwevor no matter how rich it may be to support a town beyond a certain sisie and if Springfield is to grqw o much larg rTpi pportions she must nec essaJlyjiavemore manufactories of somel nd There are several ways of attracting capital and manufacturing enterprises to a town Frequently a place is possessed of natural advantages as to location transportation facilities etc that serve the purpose 5of attracting capital without any special efforts on the part of its citizens Our town has been under a Disadvant age heretofore as a good manu facturing point on account of not haying a good water supply and only one railroad line As we mentioned above we now have water works assured and a chance for another railroad so that there is a possibility of these two obstacles being removed IeG OMMERCIAL CLUB A great thingi to promote the b siI ness interests of a town and to advertise its advantages is a local organization of business men Nearly every town of importance in the state possesses a commercial club and if Springfield is to continue to push ahead at the same rate of pro gress we have enjoyed recently we should by all means have a commercial club Such organi rations accomplish a great daai in building up and pushing thei business interests of a town citizen as individuals all have the prosperity of the town at l Qart no doubtr but unloss an or ganized effort Is made oppor tunities are often missed to acr complteh an end i The State Commercial Cbavention meets in Louisville May til and 2and now would beva good time to organize the Springfield Corn mercial Club and have our town represented at the state vention conjj IIA word to the wise is tnitllcicnt and a word from tho wise should uo HuiHcJonl but you nik Vlio nio tho wise Those who know Tho oft repeated ox pprleiico of trustworty peraons may botaken for knowdledRO Mr W M Terry savp Qhamherluins Cough Remedy gives bet tor satlHfuutlon thhn any other in the ihafkot Ho has hcon Itl tho drug twI ness at Elkton Ky Inn twelve years hnnsold hu ml rod s of bottles of this rem edy and nesrly sill other cough medi cines mantijactured which shows cort CSusdlvely Hmt ChnmberlniiiB in the inoat satisfactory to the peSpIAand the beet For sale by lluydou A Robert hoir MARIoN SEWS From the Entqrprlsa Marion Circuit Court will con ene Mundy week April IMiss Fannie Belle Oyer treei and Mr Evan Yowell of Tavlor county had a tdangorous expert eica Sunday While crossing the Fork near Brudfordsvllle while the waters were high they were nearly submerged The buggy floated but the faithful animal swam to tho opposite shore The young people re celved a severedq klng and a genuine pcare The uniform for Company C arrived HsCwe6k and Captain SweeLey bad the buys put on drill Wednesday night and con sidering the short practice they have had tbeyshowed up very creditable indeed Adjutant Gennral Collier and Col Gaitner are expected hero Tuesday to inspect the company The arms are expected in a few days and thuy willhe of the llatestidaprov ed pattern The armory is being Uttgd up and the cqcfpany will soon have everythingln soldierly order ready idr any mill to duty SAHTEDyflDDG MEN Any young man with the am bition to work und llearh a useful trade at home givingtheposI- sessolempl ymellt any time and ti anyplace is wanted to learn the Sign Painting trade by radii Write for particulars terms etc tAUrflNEPAN AWKBN 1515 WAsiiington Ave ST Louis Mo Children like It It saves their lIvcsWe mean Ono Minute Conah CurotheI In fallible rdinedy for coughs cold jerour broiichiUs grippe and nl throat Anti lung troubles Waters tIrowne- If WITH OUR yy = = fARMERS aa a Notices stock seed or grain wanted o for sale or exchange inserted thii umn or Farninrs are rl quested to send In stock or crop turns fOJ publication Eggs for sale at eioo per 15 frpnn a fine pen of White Plymoth Rocks The W P Ronks possess all the flni qualities of the barred variety and are besides considered better llayers Ad dress E L Davlson Jr Springfield Ko tttSThe freezes of last week killed a great number of tobacco beds whlcl will be asource of loss to the grower owing chiefly to the fact that Jtwil be impossible to get tbelr tobacco to market early Harjodsburg Democrat t t t G MLane the Shelby City nursery man speaking for his section says that onehalf of the trees in Tils big peach orchard wit yield a full crop but that those which bpre last yen are badly frost bitten Pears and cherries are badly Injured but thew will be apples berries and grapes ir fair abundance Danville Advocate J i1 Having been bothered a good dea by bay thieves a South Dakota forme lay in wait for them one night Ono of his neighbors came along and loaded a wagon with the watchers bay and started to drive away The owner of the hay crept up behind the wagon and flrpd the hay In several places The thief had just time to get off the load and cut biB horses loose to escape the frames The hay and Iho wagon were destroyed zIO- ne of the largest deal In corn In recent yeare vas the purchase lasl week in St Louis by a Baltimore lions of 1000000 bushels for export It Is reported that the same house has beet engaged for some weeks past in pun chasing corn for export and thai other grain merchants in Baltimot have been operating in western max IteU for the same purpose Somotbin like 5000000 busbeU of gram is scbed uled for export from Baltimore during thenext month and the bulk Jtl corn t t Tho cattle market is one ofth liveliest things in this section of the country now An ordinary commoi every day steer Is almost worth Its weight In free silver in the presen state of the cattle market It ha been discovered that there Is a great scarcity of cattle on the market am the price is liable to stay up in tbo pictures for some time to come This is good news for the farmers and stool raisers but it ia rather hard on the fellow who has to run Up against 21 cent beef at the butcher a Madlson villo hustlerI8100 KrwnrU 81O- iliierendersofthiispaperwiit bo pleased to Irnrn that therq Is at leant onv dreaded illhcnwo that turicnco has boon able to cure In all stages hull that It Catarrh inDH Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro known to the inedinil fraternity Catarrli being n constitutional dtoaftn re iiilrcs a rnnstitiitlonal trcatnipiit jails Catarrh Cure is takon inUnnully Hrtlng directly upon tho blopi and mucous surfao6H of the gyntoni thereby tleHtrnylng the foiindutlon cf the case and glvlnjj tho pisiont strength by building np tho constitution and aiuilst lug nature in doiiiR ita work The pro prietors nave iiiUiih faith In its cura lye powerft that ilioy otlor Ono llun red Dollars for any casn U fails to euro Sortd for Hut of testiiiionlala Address IJ CHKXKY CO Tolcao Soidhy diulJtj5c hails Fuinilv Pills aro tho bet A Great AmcrlcjTn Gen Lee has received that royal welcome since he returned from Havana that his intense pa triotism and signal ability merit today he stands bend and shOut- ers above any and all other Americans who look partJn the Spanish diplomacy and the United States delights to honor him The irj ing ordeal through which he passed during the past two years tested his patriotism ihis ability and his wisdoin and in no particular was he found wanting in LO instance did he waver for a second in his stern determination to uphold the honor and welfare of his country and its cltizens and his course has been patriotic courageous and uoble North South East and West unite in paying homage to tthis grea representative Amen can and his desire to load the Jailed States army in freeing Duba receives an emphfltio en forcement from aufilted coudtry Marion Falcon There is no remedy equal to Horblne for the cure of co st1pation sick bond die ind1ie8tionvortJgoioM of memory nicertnla apr etitei uurestfulsleep or kin eruptions If you want a Mrfest tonte f tthe iiverJ1erlitttIflpcils ippoiut you HI11l1oD ttItbertson JA RELIG 1l Newspaper Known as the Candid Review Publish ed at Bardstown In 1807 r CO N TA 1NS INT B R E S TIN READING Mr WF Booker our clever County Clerk has in his pos session three copies of the Can did Review a newspaper pub lished at Bardstown or Bairds town Ky as it was then called The date of the oldest paper is December 16 1807 It iid a four column four page sheet and its typographical appearance iis good although the style of type isi rather quaint many of the let t4rs notably the s vhich re embled the modern lower case ofdatet and published by P Isler the subscription price is andI nounced as two dollars per annum payable half yearly in advance or promissory notes foi fbree dollars payable at the ex piration of the year The pope is made up of newsfram all over ofpongrIt appears at that time the JLJnited States was on the verge fof war with England as the fol towing editorial item indicates I Reports are variant as to the proba 5 IIIty of our differences being settled with England bnt whatever may be the conjectures of individuals the wisdom of our administration will not suffer the course of negociation to be made known tilt Mr Rose gives the decided determination of his gdvern ment The question of peace or was entirely with the British Cabinet AVe have rfght to shut our ports for Jiny length oL time we choose and iIf ngland prefers attacking us for it fehe has no one to blame for the conse ijueooes but herself The declaration fTtussli and her determination not rouedo frooLthoLprinolplcaoLthc 1c5 armed neutrality must em Mr Rose much and frustrate Intrigues and procrastination which he would bo disposed to play off Had it not been for the war with Russia and Sweden we would not b3 surprised to hear of Roses abrupt departure and that admiral J Bonnie Warren with a British squadron would attempt to Copenhagen us We anxiously wait to hear of the effect ot our embargo in England Among tho advertisements to appear we note tho following TEN DOLLARS REWARD Ran away from the subscriber on the 23d of this instant two negro fel lows one named Jack a low well set fellow nboiit40 years of age the fore part of htahoad bald and tome of his fore teeth out pretty thick lips talks rather broken bad on when ho went ray a pair of old Lindsay overalls patched anddarned old snuff colored brood cloth coat and old shoes The other a young fellpw about 28 years of ago rather spare high forehead pretty likely talks pert can play the fiddle is fond of whisKey had on when ho went away a striped cotton roundabout with n blue cape striped cotton overalls and a pair of now shoes Tho rest of their cloathinc not known I willfive tho above reward if taken out of this county or five dollars if taken in this county and all reasonable charges to any person who will bring said negroes or secure them in any goal and send word to tho subscriber living in Middleburg Nelson county WM EDWARDS Nov 25 18Q7 NOTICE All those that have contracted to deliver me whiskey and laVa failed WHlIbethose that fail may calculate on paying casti AUTUONY SANDERS Bairdstown JIarch 22 1808 Notice is hereby given that on the Slh day pf April next I will attend with tho commibsionors appointed by he county court of Washington at bedwelling house of Robort Grundy In said county and there proceed to iBtabllahlng the improvement which an entry waa made in the name of Solomon Laurance for a preeiaptiori Ql one thousand acres of land on the lolling Fork and continue from uay to day and do all other net or acts as the law in tnat case may requireG- EOROBORUNDY The paper contains many other lurious items and advertisements linong the latter we notice One unI1l0unceto pay good prices for hemp delivered at their stores in Springfield and Bardstown Another advertiser announces THE 1 BUCKEYE IS BEST BBuckeye t f and T r a of we are f that his cotton gin on Hardina creek is in The papers are in a good state of the quality of paper oct which the printing iis a subscriber to the when he was quite a young man t The Sure Ia Grippe Cure There is no uso an fieri nc from ihls dreadful inaludy if you will only Jlettbo right reinetly You are Iiavfnjr pain all through your body yuur liver is out of order have nd appetite no life or am bition havo a bad cold in fact are com pletely used up Electric Bitters is he iiivly remedy tlint will give you promo and stre rtlief They act directly on the your liver stomach and kidneys tono flu the whole sjstein and inakoyou fee They nreguaraatoot to cure or price refunded l qr MIa a IlR3don it RobortsonH drugstore Only 50 tents per bottle From Our Regular Jorrespondcnt This was shocked by the fearful tragedy at Mackville on Friday evening and many friends visit ed the family who have the the entire Squires Ben F Cambron and auo S Yankey were here Saturday looking after the countys interests it the turnpikes Mr James F Harmon has been appointed of the Pleasant Run and L and family of Siraui visited the family of J P Barkor Saturday and Sunday Mr is just re coyered from a severe case of lever cratches which has placed him oh Virpio Harmon little miss js visiting her old nome and friends here Prof Elmbr Anderson of Win chester College has been spend lug a short vacation here The firm of Tewmey Wycoff has dissolved Mr WycorT retiring to attend to his farming interests while the store will continue under the able man Nally day from a business tcip to Lou iiilH while there he made some stiles if high tobaccb at rem eratlve figures MranJ Mrs William A Barer were guests of Mr James j off Thorn pson at preas but Grove ou Saturday af r noon was liirgAlv our co m unity W A Smith has sola his farm irsr IMtt n sK to B Fenwick nid and will reumW the contracting and building bus iijesH r A4ull cutdp ny of l iUd untriptic men has been or ganiied here well officered and Mowers q Climmr s lashers sujJiesCultivatorsGroceries Hardware Queensware Soliciting liberal share your patronage yours HA YDON BARBER l operation preservation MrIisIpublication lliceanewleing TENWlGli community thoroughly troublestricken sympathy community superintendent Springfield beginIlmprOVemenR ITnos Thompson Thompson fMIss chaining Spriugtield partnership 1Sonpradeburley jCbarles MeKUtticU aiendedtrom KayHtll detcirmined BindersS armed to the teeth wijh the latest improved repeating argu meats that there will be war with Spain and no Spanish looking contraband allowed to roam at large without being taken upand well informed about the critical situation The coast defensesof thevillage are manned from redoubt to parapet with that new death to the traitor Dispatcngnn while the battle stained old Con rierJ booms her deathdealing charges fr mtbe wings and rear Old vets say that the place is impregnable from land or sea and no such feeling of sMety bas been ei periebcediw no comb Sntsi women andpcbiidrun cebe1 repulse of JohnMorgans raiders in the early sixties Advices will t CJed4V instantly to thi- NEWStEAIiROf iftny ctiange l at seat of war From IUILLSB The weather has cleared off again tl this writt iand the farmers arbusyploving Rev Sutherland of Waddy preached at this place Sunday Miss Myrlie Campbell oi Springfield began a subscription chool here last Monday with 15 scholars enrolled Miss Sarah Baker is visiting Miss Minnie Mattingly Mrs Sallie Settle and Lou Brawley were in Macville Friday shopping Miss Lucy Settlement Friday at George Clarks Sum Arnold of Danville Is at Thos Kellys Bertha Leachman spent Bun day at Harry Shewmakers ELSON NOTE3 From the Record The City Fathers had a lively meeting last Tuesday The bogs were dealt a severe blow ard without distinction they will have to be kept off the streets The saloon men and druggists also received some attention and licenses tor the former were In creased to 500 eacband drug gists licenses were increased to 250 each This ordnance be comes effective after September 1 aud will probably have the effect of reducing the number of saloons now in town A gentleman who is posted in such matters Days the two freezes last week destroyed about two thirds of the fruit crop of Nelfon cuuoty und tbis means a big loss to farmersfand fruit growers in the county The peach crop is practically ruined All the pears except one or two late yarietie ace dead The apple crbp lis badlvinjured and all the berries except a fow late ones iro killed Grapes in some Ic calities Were considerably in jurj ed Stfawberrles raspberries nd blackberries are said to have escaped thus far Thr e children of a cqlgred man nanud Bill White were burned to death Monday night White is a tenant anthe farm of Mf 1Harrisp ilien iifho hrs ibnut four miles north of Blpbm tield WhIte and his wie Jest homo to go fiahipg shortly after Dinner Monday std left their tbree children axed threefivB and seven years at thO boost The house was discovered to bt1 on fire about 8 oclock but was under such headway that the roof fell in soon alter the flrn alarm was given Tba three children were burned to death an were all the Lousebold effects The parents did not return fron fishing tintil late in the nightyi Nothing is known as toitbe origin of the fire oV The Louisville Races Beginning on Derby Day May 4j fr one of the greatest race rncetinga evcr held in Kentucky will be given KUTe famous Looiaville race course Eleven stakes including the Kentucky Derb j worth S000 will be run during tie fifteen days All the crack horses ia 1G oountry 4bJ1r stakeff including mentr plaudit Bannuckburn Simon WM Buck Mateiie j Bangle Whitefrost Alleviate Flora I Louise Algol Byron Mcdellaad Lie berKarMacySaIvahIePyIagThd Presbyterian taJuca Gallivant JFlelschman Carnero Meadowtwjrpey Dr Black Boanerges Bunro5Fei formance Hoainante Ben HollaMy- and many others Nearly I0ebets are now quartered at Chnrchiu pbwnb Insuring largo fields andj citing con tests There will he five or morl races each day with liberal added moneySAll the railroads have put on cheap excursion rates the round Wp t01i r Sprngtleld being only onetareIThs also includes admission to the grant tR stand each railroad ticket haying coupon attached which can be fax changed at the gate This is tbo cheapest rate ever offered from this point and a bte delegation will lea- here on DerbyDay take advantage of ItIThe Derby will be run on the open ing dayt Wednesday May 4 and will be followed by the Debutante Staken Louisville Handicap BhKfrua Stakes Clark Stakes Mademoiselle Staket Fehr Stakes Wenonab Stakes Pre mier Stakes Kentucky Oaks and Jn venue Stakes in the order namet These are the biggest turf even run in the West On Saturday May 1 the Gentlemens Cup race willl berp Ballards Horebound flyrnp la the best known remedy Tor consampUoncoBghi colds and alt throat and cfawt trouble Every bottle is guaranteed it is k heat remedy fnt children 25 arid 50 Haydon tt HobertaoB f 1 SEWS LEADER 100 a y ar l I I Weakr fLI = LngSF II yog bTCec1It cugdBnliIthc1Lr1gsbrofyoirt1iroataz41vsp Is inflame u 4ciScotts Emulsion lrBSBHHBMBBBBSHBMaBHBHBHHlBl fl- of GaJrlirtf Ott will its orA trcnttie fMlproNWY ct J The cotVnt di UO aM strengthens tM frtllriaif th sues The flywriie aootu and heals them 3fct fipi1pl101pfllI ofW aM 5J e JJ tonc lpr IPiDCIW aNt OM t t tMu II u r 4 IBOfC foi ySs U raakf i gt SCOTrl 1ui5iit Ai iJO O- NSzS q fTh TtiNWSLEADER 1 THE MEISLEADER E L t VI rB r THURSDAY APRIL 21 1888 Jr SitllatlpJl do wrfto inIs nitoffing a point YesterdaythaJBrcsideatsigned e tbecubauresoLUUOnSpUbliShCd noteBr column and at the liqimetime prepared an ultimatum oj Spain The Spanis1yern jnent has been given untirSatur I day juprning to comply with the t demands or tako the cohSe iUoncs ILttime Spain doesno a 1ndicattns are thzt sh tiI1 Othe program is to jnsti m lmte i block dQ riai1dPorto Rico by lijo aIIJXt1lrticiri Flying quad n v4 to poSS S sion 0 t9 portspear Havana ahd Sa Juaii until n1y are reo- Ifove b t6 atispbrted 00 1ilthdS tog fMeauwhilo from ail tsQff Hie country Heavily loaded trains i av t tr90P tof 1 if S nth JJUtl1Jt tt tn Chickamaugafl Mi aSAt forSie National Guard will soon be issued Plans now contempjatiqn will provide an army o 2OOOOi men It is now adimttedTby rOWtbSt pswar is ineviable ndit lsoniy a quesUoni Of hours when the first d 4niliefirqtL i rw lIofrthe discus i011s and passing x f twar redolulforrs thfr vefyHhing which to our mind iid thoreal giblegrjevance and d btlse forWar appears to have been twnsiaeroaohly osr of see dridaty Importance Tho cruel and inhuman warfare b ing waged against the Cubans by 8pn1nMsio courso a horrible I thing JinU should be stppcin hnmjMiitys name asovery civil izediperdon Willadmitr but the thiugthat stirrod the American blood to the fighting pitch was that cowardly and treacherous act that destroyed 260 American sailors and wrecked a battleship floating t American flag The tjpubJeVJ of the Cubans are of course horrible to contemplate and may be tf just cause for inter vention by forcepfranns but we venture Ihe pni nth t had it nbybeen for the Maine outrage the diplomats would be negotiate ingftyeVwith littld prospect of YarSand few patriots offering- tierr ervlces in battle With- tiiersppnibiUjy pf the d struc tiondfivthc Maine laid at the door of Spain and the fighting spirit of the American people aroused n1grpass over this plain and tangible twits be1linnd deal with the more intiicate matter of Cuban liberty Jivfiich promises to bring gn aUf kinds of complications We should simply pitch in and- whip ttTe Spanish becauser they struck tberfir thTow altlipngtfa ioulpno arid the rescue of the Cuqans would follow in the nut I uralcpucso of events t r l V5jS r iICJ Lt i i1I f qLjJSflI4PLHILL J JProm Ou- rrospectsforifruIt csjularCorresppndontjl r u rrlookrather gloom yV1 YJiP ljjookIg weft after therajn rst Willie Moptfl and little son Glarencahave ret urnehome- uftera pleasant visit a Spring fifeia l 41 rla f sS Sabbath school wasiorganized1 at M ztbnSqttdaY TIo teachers aiMiand M rPJM Wlll 4- j iM r J Y If ri Ella Bonta of Wakefield is vls Jtiug 1er 11 M i Maud t1Jishop tv1 J JMss6racd HVilliamtson spent Sun ayjyglth ftfind hcre 1 l4rPu b Grlbbeo speqti turdayratJ4oorvil1o ii Sr h f iBncklonta ArncaSaiVp Tim lust vnalvo iA tliQ world loi CutL- wq4m JMfIi1Cn Thor nhe- 1nrFeve flloUor lb l hart pcilbJalnqoniBaJl all nfcln eruptions mud V felClvoiy cures Tileaorinbf pfy SiepJLt Ugu ranteo Jciglrpper e t noaIJ u Arfgql1 9rd4k 1 i 1 IPPS B Gsen PetIP wtveU ihfe lives ai two of tfny chit drao wlL fy all appeoraocee they wire m ifcfeiot gage oj f W HUPXRI irmington la LMALFS7 DOTTLES Soc 1 HERE IT IISI dTho Word With tho Bark Oiiids Oiycn to n inI The following Is the ultimatum given to Spain iis agreed upon Ty both Houses of Congress The words explain themselves and Spain willI now have U fight or back dQWn Tf r Joint resolution for the rec ognitionof ttieInclependenco of tho people of Cuba domanding that the govmiment of Spain relinquish its authority and gov crnmont in the island of Cuba and to withdraw its land and naval fes frdni Cuba and Cuban wafers and directing the President of the UnitediStatcs to use the lland and lforces oLtThiiki States to carry these resolutions into effect Whereas the abhorrent con ditions which have existed for JthFditiIiathree years in tho island of Cuba so near our ownI borders Have shocked the moral- enseJgfthhpeop1eof the United states have been a disgrace to lChristian civilizationculrainating 04 they have in the destruction 1pf a United States battleship Svith266ol its officers and crewr 1w11il on a friendlyl visit to the l zil1of Havana and can not Wfonger be endured as has been set forth by me President in his f messae to Congress of April ilL lSQ9 upon which Hhe action of Congress was invited Therefore bo resolved First That the people of the island of Cuba rea dor rightli ought to be free and independent 4SeeoudThat it is the duty of theUnited States to demand andrthe government of the United States does hereby demand that the government of Spain at once relinquish its authority and gov ernment jin the Island of Cuba and withdraw its land and naval forces from Cuba and Cuban waters Third That the President of the United States be and he is hereby directed and empowered to use theentire land and naval forces of the United States and to call into actual service of the United States the militia of the several states to such an 6xterit as may be necessary to carry these resolutions Into effcct Fourth That the United Statesherebydisclahlsnny dispo sitionor iintention to exercise sov ereignty jurisdiction or control over said island except for the pacification thereof and asserts its determination when that is accomplished to leave the gov eminent and control ol the island to iits people t JA IJIo for JSOc Many people have toon cured of Jild noydlscasos ny taking a i1ottlo of lbys Kidney Curo ilav lon Ilob ertson McUTIRES From Our Regular Correspondent The news ol this vicinity has not been sent in for quite a vbile 5prl will jot duwn n few lines ibis morning to interest the uiany readers of your spicy paper TTeacbers are making a general rush nowf or the schools as the old trustees will serve until October I think the changing of the election is quite the right thing as probably them will not be such an excitement as there was heretofore Mrs Margaret NUily is danger ously lit jasMcCulium made u flying itrfp to St Marys Sunday Messrs Jas Warren and Httraphrey 01 Botand made u flying trip to this vicinity and boughtofJ BBhllaNo1jakf- or 200 Miss Mary Sin rasot St Marys Visited her cousin Miss Etta Hill of this place last week Mrs Thomas Clemen Is and daughter Miss Agnes id5 visit to this ulace last week on a hunt for a schoolS Mrs Martha Gliascow formerly of CecilviJlo but more recently of MrfJMr Witt OBrien of ShepanPs Run passed through here last- week and in going up a very thQl Now isthe timo every ono should to strengthen the system and pre for tho extra demands otNature Every spring the system is thoroughly over hauled there is a general house cleauingcgoiiig on within The impurities that have been occurim llating for a year must be gotten rid of and the reuo vated prepared for tho siege of Uulefes Natre is assisted in this task tho strain onI the system is too severe and a breakdown is tho result Somo people neglect to supply this as aiatanco and aa a result they are overcome by an enervating depressed feeling their energies 1 llax appetite and they sro totally disaBled for a season Everybody just now needs a tonic and Swifts Specific sss theBlood is logically the best tonio on tho market The general health needs building up heucaa touio is needed that iseiitirely harmlesa S S S is purely vegetable and is tho only blood remedy that guaranteed to no potash or other harmful mineral ingredient It is Natures remedy being made from roots herbs gathered from Natures greatstorehouse It thoroughly the blood of all iimpurities tones up the gen eral health the appetite and imparts new life and vigor to the entire Dangerous typhoid fever and other prevalent summer diseases seldom attacka parson whose systemis thoroughly cleansed and toned up with S S Sin the spring Get sS and be pre pared Sold by all druggists that konspring tonio pare system and Bummor fails contain mercury and cleanses renews system swing bv the backing straps The horse became frightened and turned the vehicle over when after running a short distance it homeIwas not hurt Mr and Mrs Ben Waters opened the doors of their beauti ful homo to quite a number of the youngsters ot thisvicinitj to enjoy tthemselves in dancing on last Friday night Both host and hostess did everything in their power tdmalce the many guests enjoy themselves and 1 they succeeded wonderfully well for no one went home that vas not impressed with the gay time they bad had The treatment for worms must ho pronfpt and tale Whieos Jrcnm Vr nilfugo can bo truftcd to restore your child to health It Is a tonio as well us ji worm destroyer Every bottle guaranteed touring worms Ilaydoii IlobortHon WI LISB G From Our Regular Correspondent A R Wells was in Louisville last week purchasing his spring stock of goods Mrs Merritt Searcy and Miss Bond who visited at John Searceys last week have returned to their home at Law rnceburg Newt Bulner ot Anderson toun ty was tho guest of friends here Sunday Mr James Carey of Cornish ville attended church here Sun day Rev Penn Mack ville preached here Fridaynight G Bruce Hawkins Lawrence burg was among his many friendshee Sunday Will Wells and wife of Kirk land was visiiingi at A B Wells Saturday and Sunday Quite a number of our citizens met Saturday and cleaned off the cemetery This was a much needed work and ono which we cannot neglect and treat or friends who sleep there with duo respect Mr and Mrs Levi Slatterly and little danglUer Ethel of Tatbam Springs visited friends at this place SJnday KIDNEY DiaEASKJJ are the most of nil dlllooC1h Folevf Kidney Cum n guaranteed remedy or mousy refundedl Ilnydon itltobcrtson Jobe Reid has at his house half a mile south of Dexter twin mules twin calves twin llambs ani to cap the climax Mrs Reid has presented him with two tine rousing boys They with their mother are getting along as well as could bo expected Jobe neighbOls1bink 1fwo h vetow to war with Spain we wiU excuse Job for he has troubles of his own Galloway Times To Care Constipation Forever qr23cU LITSIYI I From Our Born to the wife ot feldrldger Pinkstpn on the IGib lust a toO boy OOJT Miss Laura Peters a charm log young lady of Russellville fe visiiiog Miss ZvlmrThimp son We feel confident that if she remains long in the neigh borhood the Klondike crowd will lose one of its most enthusiastic memlCIsiMr Piukstotis brother of near Willisburp visited him Saturday and Sunday t Wm Gqodlet shipped to the Louisville market a car load of wheat last week The barn of James Reel was struck by lightning and set a9ro ron which slight damage was done IMiss Ella Ewiog returned to her botte in Ferry ville after a protracted visit with Mrs G M Gregory Mr Harry Brown nod wife of Lebanon visited his father here1 Sunday Misses Naomi Thorn nson awlf- lEmma Rogers were the guests Miss Naomi Browne Sunday IOl Miss BerlEa Noe Is visiting in this vicinity this week Mrs Wm Fitzgerald visited in Muckvilla Saturday and Sunday tTh question of fr turnpikes debated by the children of Miss Lillie Kellys school last Friday in a lively manner IVoadmire the icdg eDt of pollITheir presiding elder was with the colored brethren Sudday Mr Frank Martin has moved into his new house The Ladies Aid Society will give a carpet lacking at Pleasant Grove schoolhouse next Saturday All are invited to attend who will bring 8 pounds of lags and tack them while there They are also expected to bring their dinner All come Robert Thompson is at home again from Mercer county where he has been engaged it building patent fence Rlicimintfsm Cured My wife has used Chamberlains Pain llulni for rheumatism with great relief and I can itcomment It as n npenilid liniinunt for rheumatism and other household imo for which wolmvo foqn It valuable W J CuyKr fled Crock NY MrjCuylorls ono of tho lending met chants of this village niid one of tho most prominent men in thIs vicinity VG Phlppiri Editor Red Crook Herald For sale by Haydon t Koliertson The Corn Crop As good authority WaldoF Biowa pf Ohio favors husking com with the excellent machines that are now used for tho pnrposs and which cut mid shred tho fodder nt the same time faa letter to Prairie Farmer ho writes I met pcorea of farmers at the Institutes the past winter who had handled their corn and fodder in this way and while thoy had in a few case boon tronblad with the shredded foddor hent beg I think We ehall learn to manage it 10 as to avoid trouble and loss Thrash ing the corn puts the foddor in excellent IroubIcaomflI air will circulate tltuRh pull I think it can be arranged rclHO we must kiln dry tho corn In some way tho question will bo solved practically for thcro u a growing appreciation of the value of corn fodder and tho benefit of Bhreddin it and tbo manufacturers of husking anti shredding machinery are experi menting and will dcnbtlusa find out a safe way to manago tho fodder Up in Mickinap ri ycarago I mot an old settler whose entire lifo had beta spent cu ho island Im over 00 now ho said mitt I havo only one ambition which iwould like to see fulfilled bo foroldio What is that I inquired I want to be elected president he replied calmly President I echoed Yep president ho Paid Came within one veto of ItJlast spring President of what I inquired Of tho town herehO 8t dhVhtlt dirt yon think I was running for presi dent of anyway tho United States No sir Id rather bo president of Mack taco than nIl the rest of creation besides Last spring I had everything fixed but one of my men who worked on a boat hero get sick and was laid off election day over at Point St Iguaco That wade matters just oven but they lot a half witted dockwalloper Vote and it cnIwayaColtthat way You see ho was practically an idjit didufkumv enough to take care of liimo1fand it wasnt really a fqORfO ganii to let him vote But 1 gnesdit will oall right this year tho old man continued HoBBawlngwood for me out in the backyard there now Chicago TimcaHerald- A Bemlnder of th Father Thanksgiving day comes with its en nun reminder of the fathers who in the midst of their poverty and distress thanked God fort cir blessings and had hope for the future It istho self sacri fice of one generation that constitutes the prosperity of the next Tho rock ol Plymouth is no stony bowlder tobs shielded from rough contact by a mar inIIcf durable success Independent NEWSLEADER 1 00 a year A torpid liver robs you of yocr am hiLton and ruins ynurhralth DoWitta Llttlo Early Ulsere cleanse the llvercnro constipation and all ptomach and liver troubles Waters t llronoJJ ller Jet of Qaxoor How delightful they are those people who duiPt understand a joke to whom the pointjn nnanecdoto is a delusion and n mardi Miss P is d clever woman and an ex eel lent teacher But the solid sciences wnoi ciia ana uoienoes are more in her particular line than bnythiug which savors of the article called ancy Some years Vgdr one of the childrens magazines printed an amusing little jlnglo about ayouug lady ut an archerI party who became alarmed promiscuous flight of the arrows that t in orderto be perfectly safe from harm she seated herself directly in front of th8ttarget Some days ago Miss P wai readmg aloud from h bound volume of jtho mag azine to some of her younger pupils fhe rend this jingle land coughed over it till tears came uWel1eJl welll said dear Miss P How true to life that isl I know hundreds of young people who are just foolish enough to bring their Rtoola Burt Phl1adCIjlphla faI mouIWell yes I know him pretty well Bad I know its a matter of cpnscieuco With him I dont believe I quits follow yon Whybe wouldnt like to feel that be with even indirectly responsible for sllthe lies that aro snro to be told about n famous man after bis deatbCbtca- goPoSt hopeful The dry goods merchant was explain- Ing the situation to tthe new drummei be hail just employed Your predecessor he said hut gotten his business all tangled up awl if you tako hits place yon will have u Difficult task getting order chaos ontOII I dont know who Chaos is cheer fully replied the drummer but I bet Ill sell him a bill of goods if I have to hang on to him a wcekDetroit Free Prusa Adam W Fortunate AdamI tell you Eve tbo tailors never devised anything for moo so good as tho fig leaf Evo Hovr so my dear- Adam Why it never bags at the- kaeosCbIcago Post- Ajiencon of Hope To those afllcted with kidney 6r bind tier dlsoises In Foloya Kllney Cure Guaranteed Huydnn k RobprUon Thirtyfive years mato a generation That In how long Adolph Fisher of Zunesvlllp O Buffered front pilen He wan cured by using three boxes of Do Wltta Witch Hazel Salve Waters tt Brownie Sh riffs Sale F- ORT7XES1 On Monday April 25 1898 The same being Countv Court day I will offer at the Court House door in Springfield Kv to the highest propIertythe taxes and costs duo mo as ex Deputy Sheriff Washington county Ky from the persons in whose name said property listed tor taxes fQr tho years and amounts set opposite their names SPRIKOFIELD DIet No8Cause Bfgcrly land for years 1893 to 1697lnclusivoSal 30 W W Gallagher land foryear 1897 taxes and costs 4 90 MACKVILLE DISTBICB Simon Adams land for 1893 to 1697 inclusive taxes and costs 19 05 PoTTSNiLLE DisTniCT George W Sparrow Sr land for your 1893 taxes and costs 10 07 WlLUSBUnO D ISTBICT J W Foster for years 1893 and 1894 taxes and costs 9 40 Bailey Hardin land for years 1895 and 1896 taxes and costs 7 65 Richard Booker land for earst1S93 toi inclusive taxes and co8tsXMr l l 18 l5 All other persdng wing taxes tome as Deputy Sheriff are hereby notified that they mdy expect to soc their property advertised next month unlessI the amount iis paid bUSIinessExDeputy Sheriff Washington Co have Yon Iliul iiltcjGrlp If you have you probably need a re liable medicine liko Folovs Ilonoy and Tar to heal your lungs and stop tho reeking cough incidental to this disease JlHvdon A Uobflr lon I I In the Toils Ireekingrnsplngcongh I resultsItis DRBELLS PineTar Honey efflcacyTheeradicatedthe alayedthe leavesthe springErInfallibletronblti or MWV ellltiasc aM aboUliT3rlt will Mnt upon receipt of price nLL 5si5riud Xia htIe Dont Tobtcto Bplt nil Smoke Tour life To quit tobacco easily Bad forever bo feag netlc lull or life nerve and ylcor take NoTo Sac tho wonderworker that makes vrqak men UlIIQuit oagliliic iseayenougliityou take prBellaine Tar Bonny It ruts the iWuciis and nl laystlio inflammntiin that there II no ihulinnilon to rough It itfwlhcfl the broncliials and U strongthonliiB to tbo tli root and Ivngtu All good druggists ICIl It itt fi Yocum Cameron Pa4 IIn8II was a sutfor for ten years trying most inll kind of pile rcnudies but without Hucces DeWlttH Witch Hazel Salve was recommended to zoo I used one box I has effected i permanent curt As a permanent euro fur plies Do Witts Wit h fliuKjl Salve has no equal Waters 4 llrowno CASTORIA For Infants and Children nmstalls c1CUWliI Iu Ices J A llttleboyasked fora Ixjltlo ofgct hlthehl RI40fumlliltio pills for constipation nick bead nchb liver and stomach troubles Watery Urownc THE WOIDMSJF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientiat Makes a Free Offer to Oar Headers Tbodlltlngulshed New York chemist T Blocum demonstrating discovery of a n liable and absolute cure for consump tion Pulmonary Tu crculosis ann all bronchial throat ung awl chest discuses stubborn coughs cntarrhul affections gen eral dcvllno and weakness Iocs 6f flesli and conditions of wasting awaVi win send TIIUEE FREE BOTTLES tall different of his new discoveries to any afflicted read er the NKBLEAI writing for them Ills New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently bylits timely use and be considers It a ilmplb profcffl tonal duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science dally developes vrondersand this great chemist patiently experimenting for year bus produced results as bcncflcta to humanity us can be claimed by flay inbd era geulua His assertion thatlung troub IfS and consumption arc curable in any climate is proven by hoartfoit letteis pf gratitude filed in his Ataerlcoiiftndli Euro penn laboratories in thouslods from those cured In all paris tttCe world Medical experts concede that bronchial chest and lung troubles lend to consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply wriUS toT A Slocum M G 03 Pine street 1taw York gtving post chic and express address and the free medicine will bo promptly sent Sufferers should take iuntnnt advantage of this generous lryposl lon Please toll the Doctor that you saw his offer in tho NEWSLEADER Dr BcllM Pine Tar Honey actA as a lialm to tho lungHhuttlng the inucng nllnyltin the inflammation heal Ing aud strenKthtinltlg It will euro a cough or cold In one night and oxhll orute tho lungH ngalnst tho Inception of the dlftesso 16o at good drug Btgre No euro uj pay rf1 000 RepresonIativeCfflN many for one firm to haveSltinapliesa tt Tremendous Business u In the tailoring trad it means that the 2 1toryt 1 u The Great Chicago MercIiantTailors Iand they have won this enormous trade byU sticking to the motto of ONLY THE BEST n rbest in material workmanship and trim U mings best in fit style and fashion It was S the same rule when there were but 70 i representatives it is in the 7000 and as it Tt would be with700dT- JtcIeautyohng U r rerfed It that jtto ire U urantee3 In all rottlcuUr and yet no more than JT iou roulJ fur Inferior UJIojng TIe dreoipt and tT njott prominent jnn In Amnica Senators Congrea 2men Governor judges ap4 Mayon leave their mea tj lure jrJtli for imb niorercoatf TJ Hundreds of SimpLeI llthe Latest Styles ta flcboonJrom S GALLON 4 TJ T CUNNINGHAM A DUNCAN AGENTS SPRINGFIELD KY = j GRT 11 ThTTR1GTJONS 17J 1lrOurrjj i uaffy aTOactlye this season WE have AtLojr SUhe LatsetJtoveItiesI r r r D ESS GOODS t lTn our DreSs Goods our line Jfnoyelties for 1Sfring Is atractivO in shadesd fiuuU yi and tj price We defy competition iff this iliue r1 Our display of FurmshmgGoodsF J sipertst Mens Full Dress and NegliEee ShIrtsFancvHosiery late style Collars 8ffspeb demand rfll the new shapes and coioringSfinNecirw ar Come in and inspect this stock SUITS 1lpjprices Mens suits in pram Gbeviolsaucl fancy JII I Scotch ttfects In prices KjinginR from S300 to I1500 Mens plain and fancy Worsteds ju the a prettiest styles we have shown Boy 3 and Childrens suits in all the novelties in Checkb and Plaids I SHOESwFOR EVERYBODY Dont fall to see ournew j Fine1Shoes rv Star Shoe Cos Childrens Jlire Shoes They are perfect in lit apd style aijd pnces are right Carpets Curtains and Wall Fapef 1 i Vtegili insist that we carry the no complete siqckqf Carpets Matting Oil Cljitis Window SfiadeiiLaces Curtains Wan Paper etc of anv Ifoti5e In town Hud we know our prices are all right Comfi In Hud examine this stuk befcra you buy Look in our wipdojr and see tthe greaVvariety of prizes bdyorsVe in addition td prizes WI offer Weinostrrespeclfttiiy invite you to visit our ilargei store anihittspeoti our immense stock of goods Eluniti hham Duncan 7 r j JM BURTON R 1IAHMON lIEN UAVDON ft rv j ecje l Itt Il COFFINS CASKETRI RUBES rO ALL KINDS pI FULLY EQUIPPED Calls answerepronptly day or night V LI tS 1 4 r The service of aVJE BRJENtfED EMBAEMEaii JIia graduate from a sschojil lof embalm ing have beeii engagtot ri oj = h- 7 = 4ttrJj IHAGANBLOCK 14 RP 4 1Lteut- f LQt k Ib4bT 4Vr 47iJfYAY JUol RECEIYEllT ij1 d it One Carload of the OrD IBZLIABLE Biiggis Surreys and Phetons One Carload of the DEEIIIG BindesMQrji Rakes and TwineI 4 Tvineiki Je Save monyb leavingJ yur orefotwinewsJguaraa4j tee qualityI agdpjfceni atiw ft bi 3 5S M KAPCj J ti H p Down Town Belbw Thompsonf1 e i veN4 5rA AAt Asrx dS n tI1I ti1 laaLjLUit4 1 BiiokdefrTypewriter vl t r r DURHBLE pORTABLE iKXflhE PRICEI S35OOi Fully Guaranteed Hpn can it fi4 donSimpuIcIt in con struc ion and not belonging to the TvpewriterTru9t esulf nOn honest product al an honest price TJ1 frJBTckenBderfer ia balltnn strictly 80entiflr principlesfand of the highes grade mXteriaVand 13 guaranteed twice AS long nfe the 8100 Trust machine t ma distinctive feature YwibJj Workr orwbtHtyr tt1ftbm r lH rchangeable Type doing away Mth i ftWbukuiii a acojyOByiirylibK alignment enexcelled manifoldiag ttcV jI g1ijfil8 The flLiclIeasderfeiis thd obly ypnVriterzec v Awardt Worlds Pain Imprdved sinde N o1t It f i wSend for Catalogue antiTj5tmooat 5S IST MQiOBE BrtnQ 4 n JOItkl GENERALAGEa h I AYETTBST BALTIMORE MD 918FJSTN W tv WASHINGTON D 0 wIl THE NEISLEADM c qF1TLIIPP mnyTnUBSDA MOBNINO SPRINGFIELD KY ObYIARPPA10NANa Local or flustriew Notices 10 cents per lino fur tho lint Ict rv n ani 5 cenU for eacbsnbV eron TUall on candidates and political inatlei 10 coots per line VjtoWork U dona at low rates but dash tmisli be pitd ondallrcry of toads fA liVertblne contacts made on liberal Jms it pbltuirleli aflEreS4Uttofl5 of respect 8 perltn fce4rncOwiIxExTs 9iO Cot 1Y rates CoVnty Officers SI5trirtOU1Ces 10001 4 rtttttnttJtF WiIdep9 v DENTIST sill Dental Operations Performed = z 5tf sa w JJ i TEETfL EXTRACTED T i 7 vrrHOOT PAm If t p m ISjnSpiiigfleld every first Thursday and Frfdas ot each month Wfrfr r= l2S Fourth Ave ue LOUISVILLE KY a s O BC7LSSELL- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE nouns 9o1OAMsnd7tOIiP1O- FPIOE TnMcOfiordRcbertaunBiag 1 WFNEIKIRK ATTORNEYATLAW J A r OFICEwCC JcCnOnD 1 rHjR JF R 1REH1RT1- tt OFFICEHOURS 12 to a p m i EVERY DAY T t sPitTwoFLELD KY PR JIMi BURTON I v RESIDENT DENTIST 1 t jr TEETH EXTRACTED WiHUT PAIN I OFFiOB iriigan Block up stairs rv SPRINGFIELD KY Y AU Dental Work Strictly U t t Firstclass ir3ASBEYAN tVI J AUCTIONEER rand and Stock Sales aSpcciait V SPRINGFIELD KY V 5OR CALDWELLSN f L DRii H LAMPTON 4 OFFICE 1 tdVKU ClfcCUlT CLEBK OFTICC jvon1ouak3 a 1Itto forthe stomachs sake be sure thatyOt u Ret a PURE ARTIOLE tfHE SOWfc SALOON- Keeps nothing but t PURE WHISKIES I PURE BRANDIES vtJRE WINES CORDIALSof CIGARS AND TOBACCO r J F GREENE Pr pt Wall Street Lower End of Now Ilobert sonBulldlng t4 t t4 i mm MOCK- BLACKSMITHt Horseshoeing I Carriage Repairing J and General Blacksmiihing it f1l All work guaranteed to gtve satisfactioni at the Casey shop 1Yf SPRINGFIELD KY i = 4 YSJu te opr t t dr rOf j J t I J 1 J J t Wt i te 4Crrr I 31 fi azcttcdVttlt J 5 tf tVdhand If heals qbto cO and In u wjuii JinoVn cure for piles Waters k Drown iil Iif fEfEf1iE E E EiE EJ iE I f fI TItIi r a J V 13 ftHiy JOUI4 Wedont want to bny at your place WoTYont trade there any more Youll be scrry when you see us Going to some some utherBtore 1hve4r you noraSvertlae Exchange CLEMENTS MAYES carry everything in furniture Hat racks centre tables sideboards rpotsJ8had d anythhig takopeholdiuiniture UNcLE Qi l dJeU paring to build a small businqsS housrl 9f S I 1m9 s tLoiLMaiii street bolowl rIckstgstoret FOR prompt rice and busi nesslike treatment bring yourl laundry to Walter Leachman who guarantees satisfaction iti every detail l MnCA GREENE began thJI erection of a small dwelling on the hill near the cemetery into whicif heand his wife will movef as soon as it scoxnIeje- dWANTED 50000 lbs wool HighMTpfi s J Call and get sacksa- McChord Robertson Lyt eIsnpProc1YDk Are you prepardl1dpestsfr- om your house If not leave your ordenv with Clements Mayes fPL Yurwindows anddoors2i1eyznaka- aspecialty ofputtingun screen doors andlwmddws T PATRoN1z Wl itrjeachman when you want aiuly per or larndry work iIe Ladies- shirL waists a specialty j patjfuMayeseari j1 ATTENTION is called rothe advertisement iin this issue of W smith Co the new dry goods and clothing firm just opened on Main street in the Hagan Block The new firm invite an inspec tion of their store They have a large and new stock of 0dds7 and announce that they are hero to stay and propose to sell good goods at low prices TELEPHONED 3oncftan order- to Clejnents Mayes and have Sanuhie demerits takothe meas ure of your doorg ahdwndosr- foi new fly screens t ff ffftttf f I t will be a meeting of the ITUEUE heldhere church hexfc week be ginning Tuesday evOni g and lasting about three days Be tween forty and fifty ministers and elders from the various Presbyterian churches are Jex pected to be present They will be entertained at the homes of the members of the congrega tion CLEMENTS MAYES have a house full of furniture FIne bedroom suits and fancy and comfortable rockers E H MATTINGLY the floyist of Bardstown desires to notify the public that he will be in Springfield Monday April 25 County Cpurt day with a nICe lot of plants i tTHE excursion to Louisville Sunday took about fifty passe 1ger from here Some of the boys came home thatnightothers the next day while there are others who have never comeback The L and N will run another train next Sunday to the baseball game MR T ELLIOTT HOUTCPINS of Chaplin shipped alotof line horses to Boston Ma ss l t Friday The shipment ws made from Bloomfield and the stock was in chargeof Bryant Stanldy and Joe Manning of Bardstown Nelson Record Tho Lot Sale r F The sale of the Thtonan prop orty which was conduced byR M Conway took plado1 yester day afternoon and was quite a success The bidding was lively and prices realized were ood Mr Con way did not sell fifteen t lots in fifteen minutes exactly but he sold tsventyeiheThjji r r ont a half hour ftjliqri w T iJuit a large number of pur chasers and everyone BiriUshe tuU d bargain The t jtal amqunt ior dD5 sales was 817 The fol Uwioig is a list of thesales JC A Greene 9 lots 4lfc fJM John F GreQne 4 IO 77 Luther B urna 3 itsA Iso S B Thompson 2 lots t45 aCraycrofv3 iotC J J a iio 1 IiMC J J ts 40 L 20I R I 20 J flacfk Thorapsonls Suicide cKittricklk Tljoinpson young mQtfvabqut 26 yrs of age and 1Jw1J sutcide Friday afternppn last by cutting his throat with a razor The news of the young mans desperate act Tvas quite a shock to he many friends and relatives oii1s family in tlie cou tYINo cause is assigned for the deed bOnd the fact that the doceas ed had boon melancholy and de sponaent for some time J and had always been of a morose dispo sitipn It is said that 5pme IlitV tIe whle ago he went to Hat od fujfgjand traded horses find was badly cheated He appeared to brood over his ill luck very much Friday afternoon he shaved himself in his room Very had1flnshtdhis throat makuig a horrible gash He din a few minutes taken4largenithutes eforeIut that report not verdThe re abla- Wre buried at Pleastiit Grove cemotery r J FoRtt nice smooth shave go to Billard Tapps barber shop Latest style in hair cutting rIw gntejtainmeht given at St Xiominic JEIaft last Thursday evening was a very pleasing one in every respect and the man agement of the affair as well as those who took part deserve only words of praise for the evening of amusement they fur nished to the very appreciative audience which assembled Mrs o Georgfc Robertson under whose management severall similar en heretoforebAt ohmnunJiihicli everything vns arranged andlcarried out The stage set tiniswere particularly attracts iyo4and rndtai1l- Jhemusic PProna CheSrrV as fof aj high order Iwqs decidj ettlv one of tlje features of the theJsung iady students of St Cath qrine took pact in the program na1eacl1 partcTiss Grady and tho song by Miss Sledge being especiuUyfgood Phi little threeact drama eitit whilePossessing was rendered sufiiciently inter esting by the iintelligent gnter chtLrl1mttljmem1irso fpany S5ip followhig iis thf caste Mayes as Horace Mvin James Clemeiils alom Giijoy a11k P S ggles Bbuis Cain as Ernest Charles Greene as CoppingerLogau Maltie Robertson as Emily arrie Selecman as Bessie Smith Mrs Mayes as Miss Priscilla L4 t TATHflM SPRINGS L4Froni ou IiicIa1 CorrtupojidoWt i4pMrs Wofnall arrived jastlSat nrilay andtqpt piTl gttf19f Wt boteI1sBermahy Irierd hero are delighted to have her again among them Miss Sarah iGtbsoo accompaiedson here d sons W C McOhord and JT Springdeld f Mr John C Hoe anil wife and Mr Harry Hobart and wife of jLftvrrenceburg WJijj t uso- Sndav V J J Dr HiQtt ofl1isburgciiea a a partook of the healing bun tarn Monday S Talbam has been con fr to his bed for everal days b we learn that he is improv lUjg at this writing1 Mrs Sarah R Darnail is dan gepusly ill with pbbdIvor- 1fr Sam Foster whohad adan ge ous operation pelrfbrmed on itat St Joepnirmay pleasedtqjloarni i so in be well Some one broke in totheMstore Sam Foster Sunday night and up ckIL1ctrace Iut Pitr DUR NEW8TOREI I NOW ClP NIiJS ifle have on hand a nice and complete stock of Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishing Goods Trunks Valises Mattings Window Shades jg 05 We have only a ONE PRICE store and ourSV fcf goods are all marked in plain figures Our cus tamers wifli get the lull value for their money 5W- 5 Everybody invited tu come and price our goods 9 1Si ftbeforetee our prices willi suityou Come and give us3q ftSiaIw SMITH dpoly SPRINGFIELD KY fr Mansfields Old Stand S i PERSON KIL W G McOhord was In Lebanon yesterday Konrad Hertloin was in Louis vlllo last week Mr Henry SpalQing of Lebanon was in ttown yesterday Mr John McOb rd was over from Lebanon Monday ori legal business Alisa Fannie Simms and Mr Leo Hnypdn were visiting friends in Texas Sunday rMc Lupkett Simms and Miss Bet nice Montgomery were in Perryvllle Sunday Miu n tIino1kL t tli ZId4 yule neighborhood Ayas in town yes terday sgc44nqwasx2it- thgJLcutirrPrItt JTnJew days ago- Emmett F McElroy made a bus ness trip to Louisville tho rot ol the weefe or I iij ust Alllo Dooro lleft llast Saturday m rDlng1or Jovington Eyj to visit her mother v T S Clayhroqtro mode n flying trip to Louisville Taegday on business for be firm of Mansfluld Olaybrooke LouisIvisit afSfPGroyB ii If Mr Fred Hpnrling of Spur Ingto tbIanonjEveroonfrlend1 X5 Miso JoscDblne Ave Itt of Leb anon was the guert of her aunt Mrs Jo hn W Lewis the first of the week idJfaOJaybfooke near Teathe laectfof J p the week 3 Dr Huber ILHprdi looking well and happy came IbmQ from Nash yule Sunday havlrifj graduated at ti6 Vandorbilt University In dentistry two weeks ago jjMiss Henrietta Spalding of Lob anqn and Miss Nettie Lyddan of Owejisboro wore guests of Miss Mat tie Mcllvoy at Walker Heights Tues day Mr John Smith Jailer of Wash ihgton county tvras in this county last week visiting his father who lives near town Mr Smith is a ntitivo off Nelson arid Is making one ofti2 hasIMiss Mattle Mcllvoy enUntainod at ouchro at Walker Heights Tuesday evening Mr Wnv Hill of Lebanon won the visitors prize and Miss Liz zie Loachinan the club prlab There vraa a large number of guesta present and a delicious supper was served Secretary of State Charles F Pinley who wbcn asked by a ReViUblican ado iror91 pis fatbqr last fall tf he wasvan of tlte old manrepled that hedid not know but his ma said he was has withdrawn from the race for thd Republican nomination in the Eleverith congressional dij trict leaving the fight borween Judge BoreiDg Davd Colsons John D White et al The indi calrons are tnat the fight for the Republican nomination will be o battle royalbetween the b dogs and young Pinley shows more serisa than be has heretofore been credited with in keeping flat of it6 Glasgow News rff His a groat leap from the old ash lOlled doses oti bluo mass and nnscou s phvslcs to the pleasant little jnlia knoWn n9Ytcu i THE MARKETS The following table represents the prices paid for farm products in Springfield by the dealers therein It iIs corrected up 10 oclook Wednesday but U subject to variations thereafter on irVato advices from Louisville dealers Wheat perbu 85 to 87 Corn per bu 3J to 85 Data per bn 8J to 85 Rye per bu r4 60 Clover per bu 2 25 to 2 Timothy par buV 125 to ISO Orchard russ per bu 75 to 00 Hay Timothy per cwt 50 Hay Mover per cwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS CATTLE r Rriport furnished by tho Louisville Live Stock Journal 231 Wofl Main Street Lon Iflvllle KV Extra ahlpMng f M CO4 fltttiteher IIht lIifn 1114rsteirts 4 45a4 75 Fair to good butcher steers 3 8Ta4 Common to mcdbutcher steers 3 60u3 Thin rough stotr8Ji oor cows and scalawag 23a2 25 Oxen good to extra v 3 50a4 00 Oxen common to medium 2 5a3 S- OLeders4 00a4 65 Stockers 4 00115 JJulU 2 50a3 jIJ Veal Calves roI25tS 50 SMIICH COWS Choice milch cows 33 00a45 00 Fair togoad 00a25 00 HOGS Choice packing and butcfien 2i5lBto5800lb 8C Fair to good packing lb to90tflb aC5- OooS to extra light ICOlSQlb 3 Fatshoata 1JOltWlb 3 4ia3CO- Fatshoats l0OlO lb 3 00a3 30 pig to W 3 50a2 llougbs 150400 lb 3 50a300 HIIEEP AND LAMBS flood to extra shipping sbecpX 3 75a4 0 Fnjr tp gool 325375 Common to medium 2 OO3 00 Bucks 2 Bkikvhnd scaliawags pot head 53al 00 Extra spring lamb 75a6 Ill But butcher lamb 43534 Fulf to good bulchor lambs 3 75a425 Tallcndit v 2 00 PRODUCE Report furnished by HorndonCdrter Co General Commission Merchants 313 Mur tell Oourt and Third Street Louis yule Ky Edo Steady Freshirebandled iBcTTEKMnrJcct flrmv Best grades ft107 choice stock t2autt packirtp llalSfc llotLThr Market steady Cjtckensbens OKa7c roosters 3n3 cil1ring chickens 8a lOc geese lull foailurCHl per dozen f300a 350 plucked per dozen fJaSSO turkeys alive ice turkey drssed SalO- aBcANBMIchlgau band picked UOaL25 new homo to tl HinKsl Ore p salt d Sa8jc liry salt 10al2c dry flint ISalOe VcRsRaeeoon Kos to 4 pink Nos to 4 skunk prime black 70 80c short stripe narrow stripe S0a40c broad stripe 15c opossum 5al5o niu krat Ra2oc red fcx 605125 gray foxfiOaSOc Sorghum molasses 22a 25c per gal beeswax 24o per lb clover styd 9275a325 per bu onions 275a3QO per bblroga per cwt frF ifUEun Prime white goose 33ac gra fmixed or old iOa30c i 4504foowhiteDuiVu APPLES New sundried active domand JI13c Intsit PoTATOEstHomo grpwunow crop 210a225 per bbi Best 10a20c burry ISalSc tub b5lackbuirilaiGcGREEN AJrLlSs1I rkot higher and firm Fancy 800d4 00 chttice 250k300 oomiuou 200a350 HAT LSD OwN Beat hay Strictly fancy perton tQalO50 straw per ton 450 ear corn C3340 shelled corn lii bulK 83a34 feeding pats 32o33 wheat No 2 9aD5 Biillnnla Snow Liniment the most penetrating liniment in tho world It euros pain an J inflammation of tlkliMla quicker than nny otner known remedy Price E ery bottle guaAnteed 4 J jf NEWSLEADERL a year I 1 41JoV At f A1j WE are still selling BU GWS11111 IIS Bute alsohanleahl kinds Of FARMING IMljLEMENT We buy andell Hay Grain and Feed K 1 4WeCASH PRICE fe +l 3 S Come it Rna let us show g you our new wheel S- II Vananda I A strlctlvhigbgrade bicy cle in every respect and b- n selling at tbeextremeJllo S price c of p 40fe Come in and examine the a whoei and let us show you gthe good points about it that p g others of higher pricedo not S possess i I LKKEA 4 Z SPRINGFIELD KY A7 q TOBACCOJ MARKETS The following are the revised quo tationsas prepared bythe Quotation Committee of the Leaf Tobacco Ex change at Louisville fort is week 1896 DROP BED DUBLEY Trash green or mixed 5 00 Trash8oand 5 00 to 650 Common lags 6 50 to 8 00 Medium legs 8 00 to 900 Good lugs v 9 00 to 10 60 Common lent short 9 ooto 1200 Common leaf 12 00 to 15- 00Medlumioaf15 OOto 1800 Good leaf L1B00 to 22 00 Fine and selections 27 00 COLORY BtHILEY Trash green or mixed 650 Trash sound 6 50 to 7 60 Common lugs 7 60 to 8 50 Medium loge 8 50 to 9 00 Goodllngs 9 00 to 10 00 Common leaf short 9 00 to 11 00 Common leaf 11 00 to 14 00 MedIum leaf U 00 to 17 00 Good lent 1700to2200 Fine and selections 7L 32 00 1897 CROP RED BUBLEY Trash green or mixed 3 50 to 5 00 Trash soqnd 5 00 to 6 00 Common lugs to 800 Medium lugs 8 00 to 950 Good lugs 9 50 to 1050 Common leaf short 9 60 to 11 00 Common loaf 11 60 to 1200 Medium loaf 12 00 to14 00 Good leaf 14 00 to 17 00 Fine and selections 17 00 to 22 50 COtORY DORLEY Trash green or mixed 4 50 to 4 00 Trash sound 5 00 to 7 YI Common lags65to 750 Medium lags 7 50 to 9 00 Good lugs T 900 to 11 00 Common leaf short 900 to 10 00 Common leaf 10 00 to 12 00 Medium leaf 12 00 to 15 00 Good leaf1500 to 17 00 Fine and selections 28 00 MOORESVILLE From Our Special Correspondent Mrs Susan M Bgblet is not expected to live the weelrout Mr George Murphy of Shelby county and Miss Belle Wallsof this vicinity were married in Springfield Sunday Mr Jlarrell who has been liMng with Thos Wall died last Wednesday aged 75 years The remains were interred at St Rose on Friday wlJeloflaghtersSunday Mr Walter Brig has gone to Obaplin to make that his future home Ollie Gribbens has accepted a position with Pope Gibbs at his saw mill Buite a serious accident befell Master Luther Boblet Sunday lie was leturning from aunday school at Camp Ground riding at a reasonable pit when his mare stumbled over a sow and fell with lhim He was bruised about the head and face and one knee was cut badly Dr Shehan was summoned and pronounced uo bones broken He is ina critical condition at this writing but we hope he will soon be out again as he i3an exceptionally good boy Mr Logan Boblet visits the Beech Fork quito frequently he is prospecting for a good lo cation to fish this summer We wish him success There was a good crowd outat Sabbath school Sunday May success attend them Mr Jas Tdbiri was over to W Jodlawn Sunday to see his best gWl Sherrard Weekly lest a valua ble horse Satuiday supposedly by putlioghim too hard tO4shot his stVength He had refused 75forhira Mr George 1stockan family of Maud visited Mr atic Mrs GuyBey holds Sunday ff t1 NOYE LTIES IN j tt cir DRESSWE r 2 r 1 1 or Great Variety can be seen at anrfstor 4Ye Kjaye w received our Sprtag stock which contains theLATEST W and fcEST things out flS We can please the Ladies in our st clLof DUress Goods t V and Trimmings V vy Ift full line Readymade Dross irtLjp 4Ladies Lath sfTh BatsFanc slksl for alstsNevP- ercale 4Waists for Ladies A Jargeasso tmeuroEi Ladies BELTS Lnte side Shoes and tourOi41 ien and Boys departments ro filled wILb the right iHiogs in Clothing Hats Shohir JNeckw a J GWiand Suspenders1 Our Jmefof Boys Clothing isiarged better than we have shown belore U We cordially invite everyone fq call and isce p L our Spring Stock V Y Iiit- 5ti 1ti mHa you seen our new premiums tJ wearegtyIegwayS Mcetlo d obfoii I INSURE YOUR LIFE INSURE YOUR PROPERTY WITHL John 11 McElroy JA liife- Representing tho followlnff well known companies J The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York The Hartford Fire Insurance Company of Hartford Conn The Aetua Insurance Company of Hartford Conn vThese old substantial and r llnble companies are nt4ed for thepthtk d liberal adjustment and payment of losses kOFFICE AT FIRST NATIONAL BANK J 1 ij3 okkeepln Shorthand Telegraphy roffiIWrite for beautiful book giving testimonials graduated occupying prominent positlona all over tho United StatesIt Will bo mailed FREE 1 A Qfieer l Medicine There la a medicine whose proprietors do not claim lo have discovered some unknown ingredient or that It Ina euro all This hot est medlcina only Jhmna to cure certain uison8 ar ana that its In uredicnts ore recognized by tho most skilled physicians as being the best for klilnev and blaader diseases It is coieys Kidney Cure Haydon Rob ertsou EGGS FOR SALE B Minorcas direct from Nor thup uon better 100 for 15 Pekin Ducks pen leaded by pairfrom Ranlrin weight 21 Ibs lod for 13 MRS D F LOGAN DANVILLE KY Lock Box 506 BOYS A GlRLSnl dto do light writing sod represent us Jt burn iy errplojtnrnt with moderate nx me assured Send REStnUTNe YorkQiy 9Bt fLV AY AY vAv 1ti X i new I 1 1 1 V BafK Rooms I i 7 1 JOHN TYREE Propr fc s II I x IS 1 Q New and elegant bath tubs with S 4 5all modern improvements Hot and cold water Baths atau 4houtee25 cents Call and try 2 fe one b 1 fePMAIN TREET 8 BELOW SPftlNQFiKLD HOTEL Vysr V 4V r UaV rIutt tQtt ttttQ S1ttt i I J Has on hand for the summer = g season the BEST rigs in g J town Fast and safe horses 2 and reliable drivers S QU ii I- = I5 SPECIAL ATTENTION g given to commefcPal men 5 Livery conneotion with thaIt J Springfield Hotel S Itt gMAIN STREET ISI itSPRINGFIELD KY aI y Telephone No3 I Tho requirements t f n mpdicino Is to cnrolqu edy and Tablera Buckeye Iilo Ointment I is the only remedy for allnd bleeding or protruding piles that iIs endorsed by physicians Cures most obstinate cases 50c Hayden it Robertson Ior1mlnlDIJ arinonJI One of Two Says The bladder was created f rene purpoSe namely a receptacle for the urine andss such it is not liable tp any form of disease except by one of two waya The first way Is from Imperfect action of the kldneyiu Tho second way is from caroleea llocul treatment of other diseases CASE Unhea1thyurlne from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder troubles Nt tho womb like the bladder was croatea one r purpose and it not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or disease except In rare cases ft Is situated back of ami close to th i bladder therefore any pain disease or inconvenience manifested Intlll kidneys backbladdeT or urinary passage often by mistake attributed to femaJ weakness or womb trouble Of some sort The error is easily made and may tMtos easily avoided To find out correctly sue your urino aside lot twentyfour hours a sediment or settling Indicates kidney or bladder trouble The mild nnd extract dlhary effect of Dr Kllmera bwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized If you need a medicine you should have tho best At druggists Shy cents and One Dollar You may haven sample botUo abd pamphlet both sent fri o by mail upon receipt of three twoccf t stamps to co ver cost of postage the bottle Mention NEWSLEAUER and send your ad dress to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton Y The proprietors of this paper gur the genuineness of this offer IN FIFTEEN YEARS IA Iu2 w1UIKmae Back ll1RfKl aPredonNYjune2O1 Dr M U Fssircn Dear Sir I most cheerfully recommend jour Kidney and Backache Cure for what It bu done tnt me Ibayoboqnasafferer for fifteen years wltb lame back and kidney trouble Some times my back hot beenjx bad f could bard ly straighten uji for a month at a time would be taken with aatftchlnthebacktha would last from three days to a month The phclanwas no cure for It OUtKldnour Blood and Liver Bemedy and Norvr Lonic flelletbegan stance and continued unlntoruptedly to perfect cjirs pSrFor sale by ITnjdoi PobortRon NEWS LEADEK f1 a year DfJJlM end Rabid curv4 at home otBootIcu1aiile of rtcIHWOOJLFYJnK SW OIICO NIX WRVouTakeIeld nothing comes In so uteful tp a bbttJo of Dr Bells t Ins Tar Honey Goodt r cblldron good foe everybody A riub tyou c n ayn rely apbn tocqren cough an attack of croup or or t lhrr hrpjidtliil trouble atuptpjdato driIsryies t Beauty I BtooBeep Sctth blood meant a clean akin 1J baa ty ri bo tit Ca cets aay Cath- artiacienour l9Qdud keep nrcIe2 tirrinaunthetejriivftri and driving alllm puriliw from the body Begin today lo banish pimples bolls blotches Wackfcead and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Csscsrets beauty for ten cents All drLii giats salielattlon guaranteed i E1TT V p roamas for Infants and Chi 3d i en 14 I TheiFac simile Signature of I Appears on Every Wrapper it COPY MUY =1 1t1t1ttt1t1t1t1ttt esa 5aThts 015eT S t r osuiGeneri1Fitzhugb LeeI f ho has spIongand ably borne the burden of his difficult mission j at Havana comes ofa family of fiRjjter a family which has flllsd EflY page of Aerlcan history Hisgrandfather Was Gen Henry Lee the Light Horse Harry of tho revolution That gallant lighter married twice and the tbirdson of the second wife was v Sydney Smith Lee father of Fitzhjlgn Lee Sydney was trainee foJnVna y arid Rradu r jited from the naval academy in I i820 He rose successively to the rank 6f commander and at the outbreak of the war resigned 4RDd tendered his sirvices to the rebels He had served his coun 2 ryr bowever in the Mexican war He was a favorite brother of Gen Robert E tiee Tod eldest son of Sydney Lee v was Pilihugh Lee born at Cler t mon Va in 1835 4He too wac iralned for war When but 16 years oldhe enteredlhe military academy at West Point and when lie graduated be led his class in horsemanship He was appoint edsecond lieutenant ond attached to the old second cavalry He saw considerable service in In dian fights on the Texas frontier under MajQr Earl Van Dorn He was shot oiice with an arrow and barely escaped with his life and 0on another occasion grappled fbuckl ginia back heel and killed him a lapointiantics At the outbreak of the war be resigned ana hurried to Virginia 10 join tle rebellion ijt first he was attached to Ue istaff of ent Ewell and then was made lieutenant colonel of the Srst Virginia cavalry under fl E B Stuart When the latter was promoted Leo was made colonel DtJ a lIttle later became brigadier v general The cavalry of the army of northern Virginia was jht that time itf two divisions one commanded by Lee and the other byWade Hampton When Stuart jjied Lee succeeded Hampton as commander of the cavalry of iLm i army and acquired the rank ofI major generaL penera1Lee served gallan tl y iHrbfagti the War engaging in nfacybf the fiercest battles of the rebellion He bad three horses shot from beneath him at Winchester and was responsible i for lt e confederat victory at Chanceljorville in the many 3 stories which are told concerning him he is 6rt times confounded I 3Jth his cousin Gen Robert Et Scrofula S t t snakeLike A in iits subtlety It lies hidden for jr years in the ambush of the blood and when it strikes it voids its Venom alike on strength and t r beauty disfiguring the one f ffi iinderinmmg the ot- herAyers andI i j Sarsaparilla 1 A3 a pefic for scrofula in its worst and most malignant forms ylScrbfulais a blood disease Ayers j purifyingJi medicme Mineral medicines only iytfriy6 scrofula below the surface JDfJ c Ayers Sarsaparilla is a j Vegetable remedy and it eradicates aseThero is no remedy r for scrofula eqdall to Aers Sarsa narilla J cre o4a Toittidfng cUe of crof Dt J Ayers The diefrg minifeste tseif fillaf EedbJodie1sk zloTybQdy liiai ercmn1Ui P1roe irLwm til eet tjeftralb sXOf MV II4yer a or1a elTecieda cer I 4 Dra eMi F ILSNYDE2 fgk J 4 iL1 Lees SOP Gen W H1i zhngb Lee who also a cavalry officer On the day before the confederate armies surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Fitzbogh Lee head ed a jast cavalry char pat Farm ville the last battle in which northern Virginia engaged He was opposed to Gen Crook in the engagement and won qutcCh advantage One of the famous d war ystpries about him is in conrection with the surrender w anhicbcamewas proceeding dejectedly away from Appomattox alterlithe cause was Ilosr he met a gray COlt hastening toiiin his regiment Never mind old nan said Gen Lee youre to j late now tee LaS surrendered Tbud betterigphdme ftWhats that demanded the sotdier Lee has surrendered Yes thats right was the ab swercrFOr a moment the soldier stood silent and a tear trickled down bis cheek Then he blurted out You cant make me beJieve Uncle Robert has surrendered It must hays been that Fitzbogh LeqwGeneral Lee has been a warm friend of Gro Cleveland since the letters first inauguration in 1885 Genet al Lee rode av thpbead of the division of southern military organization irThi e great parade up Pennsylvania avenue aril be was recognized I nd cheered the whole length of e ine The next day hewas jinvited to call upon the president and a warm friendship resulted and ripened iLtotnlimacy as the years went on The Fame year jee was elected governor of Vir ginia When Cleveland was once appointedIf internal revenue at Lyn hb1rg Va lu the spring of 1856 Pres- identj Cleveland intended sending a special commissioner to Cubs but after mature consideration Leeittions to discover as a military an the exact condition of affairs on the islandnIn appearance General Lee is more imposing when mounted and sitting in the saddle General Robert E Lee used through the war than he is on foot He rides l a centaur and is an ideal Ink On foot he is not so stalely as be is of medium beIface set off with white hiir and tImperial and he bears himself Is jauntilyj as though he did not feel tbe weight of his G2 years He married in 1871 at Alexandria Va Miss Ellen Bernard1w who is also a member of one of the first families of Virginia The couple have five children Ellen Fitzbugh George Nannie mostI5 situated on the main residence street James and oinK upon the river Much of General Lees claim to being a mat of letters restst upon his Life of General Lie It biography of General Robert E Lee and the Best one written With his heart in the wortr of transmitting to posterity a faith ful picture of his uncle as he knew him General Lee made a brilliant success of his bopk His dedicated to the memory of the soldiers who7ougbt andtftiH under the wave of RobertEi oLeesing in tiribrokdn ranks wfih the dew in their brows and the rust on their mail That he was fairi and generous to both frjendand fpe is perbapsHbest exemplified h fthSse1ectioi fom ttieb xa Jreatinjj of Jeff DayIbaudAbi ham Lincoln i Q When the red curtain of war rolled up from the American stage to the world were revealed two presidential chairs In one was seated Mr Abraham Lincoln in the other Mr Jefferson Day 13 These two chief magis tr tes were both born in Ken tucky Quo when a small child was carried bVhis parents to Mississippi theiHher whenabout 8 vears old was taken to Indian Edch1absorbed ofhs respective siatns Hnd Davis been carried to IlliKois and Lincoln to MisMssippi in the war between tbe states Liocon migLt have been carrying a Mis sissippi rifle while Travis held aloft the star spangled banner The leeds of a brave soldier even though unsuccess ful excite lheadmirntionuf man thfvtnlqwent departs Mr Davis was tot the demon of ha te his enemies have painted He did not thirst for the blood of his country men 6is whole character has been misunderstood by the mass of the people who opposed his pub BoOas a womans he was brave as a lion and true as the needle to the pole to his convictions I wna rcadini an ndvcrtlsoment of amberlaIns Colic Cholera and blurr Iiqnn Itrmedy In the Worcester Kutor priMa recontly wnlnh leads itio to write this I sin truthfully say 1 nnyor usod y remedy oqiial to it for colic arid dlnrboea I liavo noyer had to use snore than one or two iloseH to euro the worst case with tnyeclf or children W A Popomoko City Md Fur sivle by tiny dou Robertson She those the 1IaniveDuring a recent visit to the Country in another ceunty a racdest little maiden from the hills took dinner at the housest w stherelthe belle of her e ulffortsouily painful says the Har cheapItempt airy manners showed how grea washer desire to appear above hersta uon At the table oar hot asked w plhatould prefer TheTpink blushes chased each other over her cheek and she answered I will tithel the ham thank you Our licst i romptIyhelpedhertpa1ehcscunyu4rn lacked with ibemnatisnr She receivc i hmlbcrIUlnslPain scalds and in never falling for all rheu n aia and neuralgic pains D P Brant Santa Ytiez Cal For sale by lla don Robertson ifold on Kentucky Legislators A member of the late Legist ntuckv1wasUcipate in a Welsh rarebit lunch t the Capital Hotel Dking himself out he awaited the hour With that prince of good fellows Tutt Burlan bo walked into the dining room where coffee and r rebits were served standing After nartablng of ono or two and a cup of coffee he remarked ttoTott This iis no rabbit its- othing but fried cheese and light It is useles tosay that member never attended any more ilunithes theAssemtlytli given every Tuesday night at1 ttrailed the attention of a moun ttain member and he asked Whar are all tthem people goin that ate gotn upstars Some one remarked up tothu german The beJI you say do tley let- het Duteh dance here Carpet rags dyod with Putnam FIon Dyes do not fade aro brighter and lti not stain if you rhonltf Hpill vinegnrl orothcl fruit adds on tlioiir 10 cents a pucka o Sold by Waters t Browns In case of war with Spain any I number qf patrlotc Loxiqgtoo the1causevolunteerl as nurses A young llady of this city Saturday while reading the war bulletins in front pf the Argonaut tffice that iif war was leClaredI would go as nurse and her power to whip the hated Spaniards This is patriotism uf the right stripe and the young lady will no doubt be juihed other Bluegrass beauties who will lend their pleasant counten ances in relieving the sufferings those fighting for th jir country and their homes it An Opportunity Y4iii Now lRave testing tho nurattvo effects of Etvs Croam UaHii4ttio most positive euro for catarrh known Ask yourcIrniritiHt for 10 tent trial lzeor sand lbccnts weI will snail It Full sIze 50conts BLY BROS Warron St rYClty Aly sun was aflllcleJ with catarrh a1mWriuirn Ho npyoars as well as anyono jict Isiiststl OCOla m sppatltfc fiul a a The sympathetic tenderness of a iing husband is everything to an expectant mother especially during her first ordeal George Layton Esqa promlt ncnt druggist of Dayton Ogives theIfollowing case tAfour bottles of Mothers Friend before con fineocnt sayv after seeing the effects of the remedy that if she had to go through the ordeal again and there were but four bottles on the market and the cost was per bottle she would have them Mothers Friend is a scientifically compounded liniment which affords cer predingelasticity to the cords and muscles in volved in the final ordeaLI drugtsdollar Valuable book Before Baby ii re It mailed free on application Atlanta Qa TITherd is now absolute proof that an English firm sold the submarine mines to the Spanish Governmenttbafwera placid in the Havana harbor In addition i is asserted that it was abso lutely impossible for tbpm to px plode accidentally as the elec trital currents for theIr explos iUD are formed oniy by the ma kevlbOtudaccidents TLrea keys are necessary which are always kept in the possesslonjjfdtffer ent officers and7 Sven fun out dor obtained possession of them iti would be impossible to manic ato the keyboard without in structions Etown News Fnfforniliiff Oxygon Ji Bolls Pine llonoycures coughs and and soothes tho air passages It heals tlto bronchial tubes and strengthens the weak lungs It builds up the tisnues und enables the blood to receive its sup y of oxygen Egyptian small poxiis the lat esJ flame for it A ButhC O lina paper in which State there isa plague similar to the one A = h which has been existing in this city says that after holding re peated consultations anti calling 1t many different things at many different times they have at last decided that It is Egyptian smallpox They trans it back to four negro men who a few years returned from Eypt where they contracted the disease to Birmingham from where it has spread to a number of places through the South The article says further that vaccination is not a preventive and has no effect whatever on it Middlesboro News A Narrow Escape Thankful words wntten byMrs Ada K II art of Groton 8 DIWRA taken with bad cold which settled on my llung cough set in and Qnaly termina ted in conmimptlon Four totters gae me up saying I could live hut a short I gave myself up to my Savior determined if could not with my friends on earth would meet my alscnt ones gethrion coughs and colds I gave it a trial took in sit eight bottloc It has cured me und thank God Jom fnve l and iow- a welt and benltby woman Free trial tluttles at Hoydon AHobertsons drugstore Regular slzo 50 cents and lOO uarantee4 or price rufunddINo man especially apodr mar should euter polities as a bust ness asa calling by which ho is to gain his livelihood An ardent ibtefrest should be taken In poli tics by every citizen for politics is the basis of the admioistra thou of government the pro tection of life and property the levying and collection of ttaxes the processes of the courtr and tne legislation of city state and national nffair lInt asa busi ossiij is the must u c pro bi able that any man can enter Corbin News NoIToBao for Fifty Cacti Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak mcnatronc blood pure fiOolt All dru tsts We understand that many farmers throughout lhe county are engaged in burning tobacco beds and an effort will be made to grow all the plants possible and it iU thought that an unusually large crop of tobacco will be planted Tho high prices which have latelv bet paid for the weed from adjoining counties have acted as a grea stimulus to Nelson county tobacco grow ers Nelson Record sCUMCS 1DR CALDWELLSN iiiION Both the method mad results when Syrup of Figs is taken j it is pleasant loUd refreshing to tim tast w- 1M gently yet promptly on the Kidxieysj systernaches and fevers and cures habitul constipation Syrup of Figs is the everjrDIceptable to the stomachL prompt in its action and truly beneficial in ita effects prepared only from the mOlt healthy and agreeable Bubstaaoes ita- manyoxcellont qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy knownj fSyrupof Figs is for 8 e in BO cent bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any ubstittteICUJFQRM m srmrca- M nuwoacocAL UWWllUn IEW Glad Tidings to ANlkmaNHfTerrrfl- Foleya Honey and Ttir gives quick and positive rell f In all cases Harden Jc Ttooe tOn IA Local A Climatic Affection Nothing but a local ramedr nr chanm ot elites e will cure It Gets wellknown phu msceutlcal remedy Bits Crean Balm It qulcklf abs bid Ulrei relief at onc- eopenen cleanses the NMl rale LLVS th1menbrDsadSmelLJnJurluudrultbymaIL SLY M Warren SU N Tork Skin DiseasesFor the speedy and permanent cure of ChamberlainsfawithoutItchInganditspermanent cure It also cures itch barbra itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids lotbOTand vermifnge Price 25cents Soldbv Hiydon a Robertson Druggists The Thing for Sprjng ISoJJ AYFPSwTisv Sarsaparilia The popular use of a spring medicine is founded on experience With the coming of the spring season comes languor debility a dragged out condition and a general lassitude summed up in the familiarphraschthat tired feeling To Puriiy the Blood from the gross effects of the fatty foods of winter there is no medicineCequal to1 Dr Averts Sarsaparilla It not only cleanses the blood but re vitalizes it It putsa spring into the step and a sparkle into thd eye that betoken health It restores the lost appetite induces refreshing sleep andIreduces the liability to disease by neutralizing the conditions essential to thc development of disease germs Always Ask te Clll f NIpreparation that can begin locompara with Ayeis Sarsapatilla It is toe leader of leaden W A WE1SER M Dt Bouibon Indj I cannot itpcak too highly in praise pf Ayert Sarsaparilla From experience can xccommeud as the best spring medidne ISAAC S SPARKS Fatsejr Ky haveused Ayers Sarsaparilla in my family for years and highly recommend It Ajiv a spring medlcineit has no equaL A II NICHOLS Elleiybt Cambridge Mas 1era Sarsaparilla has been a household companion in our family for years I talce it r every spring beginning in ApriL It tones up my system gives me an excellent appetite and makes me sleep like a top As a blood medicine it has no superior in ray opinion IL R WILDEy Philadelphia Va Ayers Sarsaparllla U wIthout an equal as a blood purifier and spring medicine and cannot hav6 praise enough I have watched its effects in chronic cases where other t treatment was of no avail and have been astonished at the results No other blood medicine that J have ever used and I haw tried them ailjso thorough fa its action and 2cct3 Io many permanent cures as Ayefi SmaparDlx DL H F MERRILL Augusta Main i1 i tNESY LmERY FIRM J VVfelARTONi TAPF s iNow Ready for Business with FirtOhIs 1 r iit 4CCQmmOdatthnsii ii T5- j GQOC1 HORSES i i GOOD BUGGIES T 1 Speciall attention given to board and feed horses The Best Accommodations fcr Traveling M Jack W Thompsons d stand SPRINGFIELD KY f WHY SUFFER AGONY guaranteedt4cuteHi Ml IfMo Interruption of Business I The first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will cure you I MR T B WILCOX prominent merchant po1itiCianr and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department says t After Tearrof offering DONS PILE OINTMENT was fee ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf tering with piles Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN ROBINSONPETTET COMPANY WwoUM IK LOUISVILLE iTp1 7 I iI I io- cJ25c50c Home CrOWD Fruit Trees We have tbottsaqds of nice well grown Te4s Vines Etc for April delivery Write us and wewtirmakeprices the next mail J BOBRYANrlCOUNTY GARPINERBROSDEATSVILLE Clubbing List The best Mlagazines and Nev spapers published in the country offered at re duced fatesx to NEWS LEADER subscriber As a special indtitenient to new subscribers and old ones who renew wehave at no little trouble anjl ex penscf made arrangements withn lUrge number ol magazines and newspapers tQ offer themnt greatly reduced rates In some cases we ofler you the NEWS LEADER and the other publication together for one year at the price of the one JNw is tile time to begin and hire is ilist of somdoi f the offers 1E2 Loufsville Post ilaily 275 1501Loui8VlIlLouisville Com leroialweekly 125 uouisvlle DispatchII 165I Home and FnrDII 140j Fanners Homo Journal 175 m CominercialTribuno lAO incinnati Enquirer U 150 Country Gentlemlin U 800 Interstate Pouhryman II 130 150IndependentSilver Knight lftO- Stt Loufs GloboDeno rat 175 Century Magazine 450 850Southern Sthrdcnrrayfl9wer iC 180 i lavpers Magasine r 400- aTpbrs Weekly 425 Harpers Bazar 425 Hurpers Round Table 250 Y World a Tri 175 j i il85McOlures180Heview t 125NularMontbly32tTh IctallInazine 125 It is Straoeo hat tOme people Arho soy they never read petted medicine pdvertiseraenta will be found tugging homo every now nnd then a bottle of somo favorite remedy of their We donjt bother yon ranch with reading but that ask you to tu a toe trial bottle of Dr Qsld wells Syrup P epsin for oonstlpatloniindlgo and Htonmch troubles 50c nnd100 slton otc Waters d Browne bCANDY V CATPARTIC y Ii I mNSTJPATTrThT fi MONTHLY SUFFERING Tho sat ds of women ore troubled et monthly inter painein back brwta- shouldenside hips and limbs But they need not suffer ofdangerouscan be corrected The men operatepainlessly Win lo1irdl snakes menstruation painless and regular It puts the dell ate JDenstrua organsin coqdj tionto do tAndWhy will any woman suffer month after month when Win of Carduiwill relieve her It storeWhy J today Por advice In cases requiring special directlona tlddress iv fng symptoms tiThe Ladles i1ChattanOogaChattanooga Tenn aMncfeJ1ftTIt W Haitian Sees Mttrt reiIsiaot Cardd T TABLERS BUCI EYE rDRUGGISTS PILi OINTMENT w ICURENOTN1flffPIIES A lURE atM CEftTAIM CHIC knewn for year th BEST EMEDYfos PlLfIIf t IOLD ruuns01fr t Totter SaltRbeam adKCMBUL Thq intense ifchingndsmartlngind dent to thpo diseases is instant allayedb jr applying Chamberlain ye kin Ointment 3fjuiy very t id cawt 1 ttaQntIItnfpp1esband luonJc fore eyes JM cb per ba atoInstcondition Tonic blood pnrifler airl ormifnga They are not food totaedicinoaaa the 7puorse2ents perpaclcage ELyS CJtEAJtBUa1lippiyintothenostifle t It aDtntempca1Ocly1llW ILT 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