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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 c r t I ernE NEWS LEADER established I 1894 a combination qty Waaliingtou Jaunty Leader 188itMj Springfie1d N0w8 19O 94 t i s V 17 28 Si A 1M Is tile WtIt rd WIet pwdr Msq MIMI tMfa w k ie r tjt 7 I I 4 POW co you t J p SPRIKQFIELD county scat of Wash ington Onunty 63 miles southwest of ex Iitgtou1 59 miles from Louisville on Bards town branch of Louisville and Naehvllla railroad In a fanning and agricultural dis trict Two banks telegraph and telephone 1Incs ezpres omce flour mills lumber jfHrtyA Population 1100 population of county 15000 Representative In Congress Hon D H Smith Cloverport Ky 4 Representative In Kentucky Legislature Reprcseqtatiro Ii Utato Bonate Hon u t C IcChord Springfield Ky COUNTY joIIIcIIY00uKT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Mon diiy In February May and October C E Patterson Judge W B Sweeney Commonwealth Attorney PiMCatnpbelK Clerk T W Sitouu Jtaawr Commissioner QUAKTCRtY COURT Quarterly Court Is held dn the third day in January April Jul and October B L Lltsey Judpv VV COUNTY COURT County Court meets Ion the fourthHon rfavin each month flaTAtCy Judge WP Hooker County Clerk ItTS Maycs tv Attorney J R Smith Jailer HB Powell Sheriff VjRThurman Olborne Deputies Byron Croako t Masters Jamos F Moore county fcmiYeyor t County Treasproi c t r iVi WHBaker I IIcJudgi oiU1t3C nti 1 AVORoBd cltyAttornov t JUbTICn QOURTV w Juitlco oTJtsttlxeId m January April OctoberJufy ned f r BAPTIS CHURCH no1GO Pugh FMr Services every SJnlnyat Ita mlnd 8 pm Sunday at 63J Pravor Meeting on Wed weadny nhihtatO n mo r j V CHURCH llnv P Atkinson Pastor Services on the Flrjt aDd ThlrdSundajs In each rmnth lathIt ap and 3 pIn j i CHURCH Rev RgO Law8onP torSci vices every I ttnuday 11 a m aiu18p m Pruyar Meet 14 XHOLIC QIWRCL Service every Sunday at Sand 10 oclock aD Services at St Rose tame hour ORDERS Looac Springfield lodge No 50 ijets ocond Mondsy In each mcnth Washington R O chapter No 27 meets rery third Council No 52 moots every Meets every second andfourthMo1duy In each month t rs or JyUoiucEa Meets every trst Wednesday of each month Lan N r ArrlYal and Departure of Trains 41 42 pM AM PM 645 40 r Springfield v5 eo 20 0 80 1245Valley Hill 3 41l 80 f 083 1203Booker 547147 BIb 11 M IroakesS 54158- c 605 003213 658 11 27 Early Times6 a i5 540 1115 Bardstown 023J63- B80 10 502azareth 6 303 08 5 37 80 Samuels 841331 15n 645350 filII 03 00Hobbs 0594 500 52C1earmont 701480 485 9 4J Bardstown Junct 7 10503- 4 7 20 4 42 liaberi7 27 42 S 80 Soutli Louisville 750555 410 8 00 Ly Louisville Ar 8 05 010 PVY L X Y C r FttB1164pago medical reference book to iny pQraon nflllcted with any speclvl r chronio or delicate disease peculiar to taefrsox Address the leading physi cjans and fiureeohs of the United States Dr Hathaway Co 70 Dearborn street VChlea 5iViVro CUKE AtOLl IN ONE DAY Take Laxatlvo Bromo Quloln Tablets o1l druggists bafudd the money If it I fttllfl to cure 25c For sale by Ilnydon RobortsoQ a Waters iLBrowflA vThuuBandaof ftaflurera from lagrippo lisve been restor d to health by Ono jglriuiB Contt Cure l r colds bronchitis pneumonia g ppfli wlnma and all tbroal and luny dbeasca Waters Browne THE NEWSLEADER i SPRINGFIELD COUNTY APRIL YEAR lISrArAt ibI StOUR DIRECTORY flatnShehanV DIRECTORY teBidnoy tEdAjRcimpbell flQF1031fl0T0P CHURCk DIRECTORY ruho vMETHOrfl eSBYTERIAN Ingovcrhnnidayuight ltevFFBJennc3ypMtor PRTERN7L AIon- d3VjI6prlngfleld MondayV TIMETABLE 1187WOOdlSWfl 10j3hDcatsvme 1010CAneSprlngG534OSI- i 43VShepherdille 480BouthPark1St Pcrsoia1S ttqnk1dycuresC- oughs 5 Odds and Ends of Gossip iiWere fanny people here below FoBorily hear em cryVPraise God from whom all blessings flow But keep your powder dry We race for game and worldly pelf tNeath peaceful skies or dim lid Love your neighbor as yourself But train your guns on him Good brethren aU for peace we call In love we live and die But strengthen every fort and wall And keep your powder drylVAtlanta Constitution n NEEDED REFORMI dont 11 know whether or not this town has any ordinance regu latingthe kind of buildings per mitted to be erected in the busi ness portion or central1 part of the town If it has it is disregarded and if there is no such regulation one should be passed by the Board of Trustees Nearly every town of any size has what is called brfire limit or a car tain territory within which it is permitted that only brick or stone buildings shall be erected This is done for the purpose of preventing the erection on prin cipal streets and adjoining good business blocks of unsightly shacks and cheap frame struc tures that are not only an eyesore but a menace to theadjoin ing valuable property as regards the danger from fire There have been recently several small frame buildings erected on Main street and at other points in the business part of the town They are not any addition to the archi tectural beauty of the town and propertyiadjoii1ining higherIThe town board should by all means have an ordinance regulating such matters SUGGESTION At a held in Lebanon a IfY tipwas made about a flGW line Orluilroaq which it would be well for the people of this county to keep in mind and case we cannot get the Bloom field extension wp might direct our efforts in another directiop The Falcon in giving an account of the meeting says Hon J P Thompson suggested that a road from here to Harrodsburg would be more beneficial to both Lebanon and Springfield than the Bloomfield extension It would give us an air line to CmI cinnati and give direct connec tion with great trunk lines rim n ning north south and east Mr Thompson thought we Could ob taipa road to Harrodsburg for about 2OOQ or 3000 per mile The route is so level that the road could be graded for the amount named and once graded he felt assured the Southern would be glad to complete it and extend its system to Leba non He said the grading could be done for 50000 or 00000 and he thought the amount nec essary could be raised in Marion and Washington counties and Harrodsburg by private sub scription Obtaining the competing line he suggested would reduce the price of coal at leas five cents per bushel and other heavy goods in proportion and the people of the two counties would reap handsome returns from the expenditure He felt satisfied the reduction in prices would amount to more than the proposed expenditures in two years DATm0T1S510ftptSimpson 1V Roberts who is a veteran of the late civil war an ex on fed erate soTdierpqt tliis pat otism to a practical use last weekand as a result nearly one hundred men from this vicinity have signified their intention of enlisting in a company to answer the call to arms While a lot of well meaning men were raising their patriotism by talking war on the streets Capt Roberts who talks very little anyway secured a horse and buggy and without more ado put out for Frankfort to see the Governor about getting a commission in case he could placeHeThadleyhadcompany and to furnish the commission provided the company would be received in the State guards by Col Castleman at LouisvilleX ot by CoL Gaither Later com munications were had with 011 14etheenlisting right along and there will doubtless be no trouble in getting the required number IT NIBBLER Here is an item ft from an exchange and each and every grocer In Springfield will testify that the picture is lifesize natural and true in every particular A nibbler is a man who enters the grocery store runs his fingers into a sugar barrel and laps up a couple of ounces eats a handful of nuts then goes over to the cheese case and cuts off a slice for a taste then as a matter of course he must have a few crackers and Perhaps uphisot a pound of tea he pas eaten the profits on two dollars worth of groceries To wind it all up anwhichprofit of five cents he leaves the store munching a couple of apples This is no picture of imagination hut a reality except that sometimes the nibbler does not purchase the tea Lebarton WillHcp Marion Falcon In pursuance of the notice published in last weeks Falcon a number of our most prominent citizens held a in theIcity hall on Thursday even to consider railway projects that affect the future of Lebanon R B Edmonds president of the Commercial club presided and explained the object of thq meeting He said the Southern railway now owns the Bloomfield branch an extension of which is proposed If the branch were would give usa line to Cincinnati by way of Shelbyville Lawrence burg and Lexington or Georgetown and ultimately to Nash ville The people of Washing ton county are endeavoring to branchexItended deemed prudent for Lebanon to appoint a committee to work in SPringfieldjcomr Bilp secretary of the Commercial Club read letters from the Springfieldcommittee explaining what they were doing to secure the road and asking for the cooperation of Lebanon The Springfield commItteeseems sanguine of obtaining the railway extension with the aid of Lebanon Mr Wathen suggested the appointment of a committee to work in harmony with the Springfield committee and for the best interests of both counties The committee submitted the names of Hon J B Carlile John RubelR NWu then JPThomp son and B S Mattingly as a railway committee On motion of Mayor Barr these gentlemen were accepted as the railway committee to work in harmony with the Springfield On motion of Mr Hilp Presi dent Edmunds was requested to calla mass meeting at the courthouse otqiscussaquestionV fA word to tho vino is Bufllcient nod a word fronUho wise should be sufficient hut you ask wbo mo tbo wise Tlioso who know rho oft repeated experience of truatworty persons may bo tavern for knowdledgo Mr W Ml Terry says Cliainberluina Cough Remedy gives bettor satisfaction than any otborin tho market Ho lisa beon hi tim drug busi ness at Elk ton Ky for twelve years bassold hundreds of bottled of ibis rom edy and nearly sill other cough inodi cines manujactured which shows con tlieIthe best For Halo by Haydon Robert eon MEILV amb1tiOJlftflfrade tinIinthe Sign Painting trade by mail eteLAURINE1515 Washington Ave ST Louis Mo Children like it it aavcslhelr lives Wo mean One Minute Cough Pure the In fallible remedy for cotiRhs colds crchip bronchitis t grippe and nil throat aiid lung troubles Waters Browne it WITH URA r TARWICRS Notices stock seed or grain wanted or for sale or exchange inserted in this umn or CIUROE Fanners arc quested to send instock or crop items foi publication Eggs for sale at 9100 per 15 from a fine pen of White Plymoth Rocks Tho W P Bonks possess all the fine qualities of the barred variety and are besides considered better layers Add esa E L Davieon Jr Springfield Ko t t t At a public sale of Shorthorns held April 6th at Oscepla Iowa by AI Cooley Son 30 females and 5 bulls averaged 814267 At a side of Aber deen Angus cattle held April 7th at Clarinda Iowa by W S Karnaghan 29 females and 15buUs averaged 12060 t t f Give the hogs as good care as any other stock Do not go on the theory that anything is good enough for a hog Anything which comes handy for a feed will never bring the hogs to a profitable market Dish water is not a very hearty feed neither is mouldy corn as good as that which Isi sound I t A hog fed aLa fair profit until it reaches 200 pounds will be fed at a loss soon after passing that point and if fed to 850 or 400 pounds all profit will be destroyed A certain amount of food being required to make a gain on ahog of 35 pounds it will require 4 per cent more food with a hog of 70 pounds to make the same gain 14 per cemX more with one weighing 125 pounds 22 per cent more on hogs of 225 pounds and 70 per cent more prfthose weighing 325 pounds t i Lexington attlo buyers allege that a spring la bicotnerls in progress Mr T Green of the Cincinnati firm of Embry Green is paid to be the man that is engineering the coup It is estimated that there are between forty and fifty thousand Iambs In mid dle and southern Kentucky and 4t is said that Mr Green now owns at least twenty thousand It is further stated tbat ho will soon get control of about fifteen thousand Of the remainder MnQreen labuyer for aNew England provision company He has paid an average price of five cents for all the lambs he has bought J l I With exception of Scott and Mason counties the reports of damage to tobacco from frost and freeze on last week wero much exaggerated Later advices from all sections of the state confirm later reports that very few plants were damaged and that no plant beds will have to be replanted This is good news to the trade as it can now confidently expect the new crop on tho market this year earlier presentway by November and tire early ship ments of the new will be received with much anxiety by the buyers insuring good prices J The Falconer sale at Danvillp iast week was a very successful one Nearly three hundred horses were sold and every one that showed good qualities eclted lively bidding A good many of the business horses sold went to Philadelphia and Boston The highestpriced animal soldwas Green lander JBby sorrel horse foaled 1802 by Greonlander J1j went to Mr Waters of Louisville for 8100 May Queen a light bay mare four years old by Hamlet Denmark went to J M Irvine of Boston for 275 Two of the fanciest sales were horses owned by 0 0 Carpenter One of them Wood Squirrel a chestnut Borrel gelding wont to a Boston buyer for 9380 and Rose Dare bf m 8 by Chester Daro went to Joe Bales for 8295V tt t Spine of tho tobaCco vapors doubt reports of a largo 98 crop of tobacco The decision must java been gained through conversations with persons it would better suit to have a snail crop as no one can now doubt a very large crop Is to be planted all farmers say so and as they are the opes to raise the crop there is no reason to doubt thorn Unfavorable weather condi tions is the only thing that can now prevent a large 98 crop But we be Hove as others a larger crop is plant ed around the fires in winter than in the spring Tho crop will certainly bo a large one but not too largo for trade requirements and satisfactory prices It will take a very large crop to fill up the 97 shortage Louisville Weed Free PHlM Send your address to H E Bucklen t Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kinjrd Now Life Fill A trial will convince you of their merits These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of con stipation slckbeadach For malaria and liver troubles thay have been proved favaluable They ore guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious aubstranco and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by kvln tone to the stomach and bowel greatly invigorate tbo system Eegular size 25 cents a bottle at liaydon Robertsons drug stol MOORESVILLE From Our Special Correspondent L her Boblet is improving rapidly Mrs Kate Rauizer of Louis yule visiting relatives here Many of our people attended county court it Springfield on Monday Mrs Susan M Boblet died pn Saturday ATpril 23 1898 aged about 43 years of a complication of diseases The remains were buryinggrofriends and relatives May she rest lin peace William Grundy a respectable colored man died and was interred at the Parker place Friday He was buried by the United Brothers of Friendshp of which order he was a member Mr Caleb Humphrey of Litsey Was here SundayV Mr Will Parrish and wife of Willisburg visited at Frank Seays Sunday Farmers are getting along fine with their spring work An agent representing the Fruitland Nursery in Tennessee was through here llast week He took several orders None of our boys have left for Cuba yet Mfc Hugh Childers is in our midst Mr J M Wall sold last week 150 bushels of corn to different parties at 85 cents Our school census shows wet have 54 children eioo lie ward 8100 Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there ls at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that t Catarrb iialrs Uatarrlt Cure is the only positive curq known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being Il constitutional dtaeaso requires a constitutional treatment Halts Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting dlrecMV upon the blood and mucous aurfaqes of the system thereby deit rnying the foundation cf the dis ease and giving the pasient strength by building up the conatitutlon and assist- Ing nature in doing its work Time ptjtiiotors avew much filth In Itscdfa tivel powers that theyollor One Hun dred Dollars for any it falls to cure Send for list of testliuonials Address F J CHKNKY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c halts F mllv Pills aro the best Cargo of Girl About the end of Apiil a cargo of girls will be shipped from Lond n toAustralia Its rather a curious business Of course women are always in demand in a new country There was a time in our history when cargoes of yduug women were brought over from the old country to become thewives of colonists Ina small way this curious traffic is stilt carried on There is in Great Britain an Emigration Ass iciation which sends young women to Canada British Columbia and Australia They must be unmarried healthy and of good character and for such gicls there is a hearty welcome Tle Klondike would welcome a consignment Western Australia reports a girl famine The Agent General of this colony has appealed to the Emigration Association for a cargo of girls and one i13 m w being maie up to sail in April It will consist of fifty women between the ages of eighteen arid forty a carefully selected in voice sent in charge of a matron The colony pays the railroad fare of the emigrants to London pays their board while there awaiting sailing day and pro vides them frea passage by steamer to Freemantle When they get there they find a goy ernment matronV depot with another The Canadian Government does not pay the fare of women emigrants but is glad to gej them and the Emigrant Association frequently sends out small con siguineotsV- There is no remedy equalto Horlilno for tho cure of constipation sick head ache indigostlonvortIgoloFH of memory uncertain appetHcunrostrut1IlceJYur akin eruptions If jou want a perfect tonic for the liver Horbino will notdls ajipuint you Haydon Kobcrtaon What Is Patriotism A true patriot is one who loves his country and its system of government One who is will lug to devote his time his money and it necessafv even hts life rather than see the gcvernment overthrown or tho liberty and I SVVSVVV j t I a of we are SJ t2 wr w a of the people taken from them Yet we hear men at others because they are and are those who study the of the and good pol itics onr and give J and equal rights to all classes There is no doubt extra tern tation to those trusted with the power of us as like riches it gives power hence it is hard almost as Christ said Ifor a rich man or a to maintain and enter into the kindom of heaven But we live in this world and we must have some and ought to our sacred duty of our and its wo cannot have hon est without inform jng ourselves on all the of and honest men to carry out wishes As truly said Eternal is the price of liberty It The who is one only for what he can make out of it is little better than a traitor like Arnold and there are so many that will for which they can get office or money that we are told all our public men are has his part I dont beli ye it and if the will rebiik every and bribe taker we would san have no raccals in office J D Porter in Farm Field and Old Records In the County Clerks office here are a fold order books dating from 1763 and earl ier They are bound with coarse tow linen and the paper is stained and with age was the Clerk during this period and he was a master with the pen His and s but very tittle faded He took good cue of his books and they are very neatly gotten for that early time Many inter estiog facts are by these early recorda One of them contains an of the cs Ute of Lincoln grand father of the of thttt name Lincoln seemed to be pretty wellto dofor a citizen of that time when was the rule and not the Within the backs of one of these old order books js pasted a por tion of the Gazette of the month of June l788 In this old piper is given an account of a bear fight ih which a little girl was by the beast An Indian raid is also and a of citizens is called to take place at Crab for the purpose of plans for going the Mjich other matter is coo tamed in the of the old paper which ihia In its I dyed with Putnam Fade- less Dyes do not fade are brighter aUld wilt not stain ff sboiild spill vine gar or other fruit acids on thom hoc per package Sold by Waters Browne S GrHEwfdaykcbostneeman r I through of JYi LEADER reach tho farmers aflothe fI buyers Jk8r MEDIUL1 3 risVoI No WASHINGTON KENTUCKY POwI TPOllryanAp5C5sOrflcput RAILROAD easily eitendedtoLbanonVit WANTEDYOUNG fTHE BUCKEYE IS BEST Buckeye scoffing policies maintain justice honesty sacredly country policies selecting Jefferson Benedict advocate anything corrupt everyman people briber Fireside number yellowed Bnjamtn Grayson County resembles disclosed Abraham President poverty thrilling mangled recounted meeting through curiosity Binte J 2- Mowoes5 l1 1 Cliurns Washers supp1iesCultivators hnSuiGiSoliciting liberal share your patroiiage yours HAYDON BARBER independence politicians politicians government democratic goveiLmebt representing impossible politician guarding politicsfor government government our vigilanca politician priceFor my copperplate up inventory exception Lexington Orchard formulating wilderness interesting wayNe1sonRcordV- arpot rags you thicOl0D1 theNEL ADVEiTISING New 1898 meeting committee property discharge whtttig fragments 5ThefruIt trop Hillenmeyer the fruit JOan of Lexington has the following to say of the fruit prospects for this yearV The snow and ice of the 5tbI Inflicted little loss but the ing of tHe Gify clear as crystal with the thermometer at 23 de grees wept off Kentucks peach crop very closely Those kinds with small flowers are practically a total loss Here and there a sound bud may be found but there can onlY be scattering of fruit Now the seedliLgs and that limited list of kinds with large flowers tb tm6refu1iy enfolded the tender embryo have fared much better and of these there will be qqlte a crop The large flowering kinds pppalarly grown iin Kentucky almost without ex ception ripen in July and of thes barring further loss there will 6an abundanceV Cherries have fared badly and the outlook is that the birds will be able to harvest what crop there may be ftthoutttssistancei Plums with the exception of a few varieties and the recently in troduced Goyson strains are en tirely unibjured Pears even the early blossom ing Chinese kinds have pulled through in safety Grapes all the small fruits oundIof the earth all tend to minimize the iujury of the recent frost ani there is no reason why fruits ofnearly all kinds may not be abundant While fruits are not seriously injured they are more or less devitalized and could not now endure long continued cold rains or bleak winds Such weather conditions are not usual in April and for the present there iis every reason to feel hopeful that the year will be one of abundance RIicnuintlKKt CUrt J My wife has ured Chamberlalna Pain Ilalni for rboumatlftn with great relief and IlAIl recommend it as a apondid liniment for rheumatism and other household use for which we have found it vuluable W J Cuyler Red Creek If Y t Mr Cuylor Is one ofr tthe leadino mcr chant of this village and one of the most prominent inen In this vicinity w 0 Phlppln Editor Red Crook Herald For sale by liaydon t RClhertsoriI NEWSLEADER a year Jnck Rodgers of the Norton yUle country repprtsthat he hi s a mule colt which was foaled Sunday night lastand that Mot day morning the colt was three feet seven inches blghundrrt- he standard but Tuesday morr icg the animal measured three feet eight inches Thfs is certainly a growing colt Madison villa Matt BacKlcns Arnica Saiv6 The host nalVo In the world for Cuts Bruises Korea ulcers Ulcore Salt Rhe aim Fever sores Totter Chapped bari CcHblahiM corns and uUMkht eruptions and positively cures 1llcs or no pay required It is guaranteed to give per feet aittafiicllon or money refunded Price 25 cents tiectlioratllavduu tKol ertsouaUrujf StOle NoT Uao for Vtttj Cent Guaranteed tobacco habit cure mkeaweak men itrons blood pure P AU druggists Thousands of bushels of ppta tqeshave been ruined by the wet weather Many farmers planted their early potato crops during the pleasant weather of about I three weeks ago It is said tbe incessant rain will aase the crop to be a failure and especially ifthis true in the overflowed landss t and the work will have to bo done over again It is said b5i e loss is quite heavy to some of thel tfarmer some of them hivir ky planted quite 1argelyHoikinsm- yule New Era v The lxdisvllle Races Beginning on Derby Day May 4 one of the greatest race meetings Over held In Kentucky will bo given at the famous Loaisyflle race course Eleven stakes ineludingthoKentuckyDerbyVworth 66000 will be run during the fifteen days All the crack horses InVthe country are engaged in theso stakes Including Ornament Flaodlt Bannoctborn Simon W BadtMastiei Bangle Whitefrost Alleviate Fiora Louise Algol Byron McClelland Lie ber Karl UacySalvable Dutch TaloC8Ga11iwttIDr Black Boanerges RjuairoPerf fdrmance Rosinante Ben BTolladay and many others yearly 1000 hones are now quartered at Churchill Downs insuring large fields and exci ting con tests There will be five or more races each days with liberal added money rre All tho railroads have put on cheap excursIon rates the round trip from Springfield being qnly one fare This also includes admission to the grandVstand each raihroad ticket having a coupon attached which can be ex changed at the gate This Is the cheapest rato ever offered from this point and a big delegation will leave here on Derby Day to take advantage of it The Derby will be run on the open ing day Wednesday May 4 and will be followed by the Debutaate Stakes Louisville Handicap Bluegrass Stake Clark Staked Mademoiselle Stakes Fehr Stakes Wenonab StakesvPre mior Stakes Kentucky Oaks and Ju venUe Stakes in the order named These are the biggest turf event roB in the West On Saturday May 14 the Gentlemens Cup race will be ran a BallRrds JIoreh und Syrup Is the best known remedy fprconsnmptlon coughs Colds and nil throat and chjpst trouble Every bptllo Is guaranteed ItU the best remedy for children 55 and Haydon Hobertson Ns LEADER 100 iyear Whatirj Scotts IEmulsionl tonic remarkable In its JkiJifefiia lag properties It cootafet Ceil Over Oil emulslfiw of partially digested combined with the wtfi known and highly gtlztt Hype phosphites of Lime aai Soda so that their potency k materially increased WhltWHIHDf r It will arrest lose of fttA and restore to a normal cofkKtie tike Infant the chili a 4 tfeeafafc It will enrich tkt Mood of thc ammc r 4 wilt itop the M cK bul tfcc krita uoaof the tneat aad 1l and 1 cure incipient oeMMMtto We make this stakaM MMMWC eipcrkaoc of twMtr rOYal ItI bI of tiu ltcues Bt nrtyo tttScorrs5ieirand til ttrafffat SCOTT 4 ChwOiH Xw tw V y i THE NEWSLEADER THE NEWSLEADER ELDAVISON1JR THURSDAY APRIL 28 1898 ft c7 r- r THEpE is a marked difference between the degree of enthusiasm slicvtiy the young nlff who areonlisting and tiiohd yeter ajas The lonneV are full to- overflowing of patriotism and j the spirit of adventure while ttfe latter take the matter more seriously One of these who has Li peon the dark side of it and who fully realizes the situation is Col John B eastleman of thq Louisville flftgipP He recently oxpressgJiself thus I am not onejfofirthe enthusiasts wnol isbfistHn to gotdthe f thfs Wnvt jdhave seen service thoughiI nd Were tDotfor my connetioriwith ther regular state gnariri would not be one I of the lit to volunteer 1 amj not its Eoung as I wnsatt e jjnning of theciyiwarand II ohave a big business in Kentucky that will te much injuredby my absence My honor is at stake iiiqy1ind I will be foundat- thehead of my regiment when the boy s go south V I j Ok a count of the infirmities of age mElnng it too burdensome 6nhim to attend the duties ofj the office in such tring times as these John Sherman has re r signed his position 3s Secretary of State in The resignation sCabinetl ablesttlmencountry He has been promi neut as statesman for many y arsy and his ability has been unquestioned Mr Sherman successor is to be Judge William grjyf Ohio a townsman of the President and a man of pe cnharfitness for tho Secretary ship Of Stat3He is admirably cfualiffed for the place Judge I Say lis a lawyer of great ability and ds Assistant Secretary of Sfatehe has developed qualities that entitle him to a place among American statesman of first rank QLD Kentucky is coming val i tlytothe front with her war forces and tho number bf men who nave already volunteered is in excess of that required It is estimated that Kentucky quota of the 125000 volunteers called to btor Cuba is 4000 men b t1I0 illr make up three regi 1t pfci tS iihfanlry and two troops pfxcavalry New companies are beigorganizea at quite a num her of pointsjjjorbugliout the state and tneigiiJa scramble to get intindjejTbne of the three t Iommnnd H SMITH our pres ntative has been de dared the Demogratic nominee for Congress in this district in accordance with the rule adopted JJy Democratic District Corn mittee that if by the 20th of April there was pnly one candi date he should be declared the nominee This is quite a strong testimonial rf Mr Smiths pop Clarity that he should be given thenomination withouta strug gle A DISPATCH from New Or leans says At the auction of the mu es and horses intended for the Spanish army in Cuba which the government prevented i J leaving a handsome Kentucky horse intended for Blanco was purchased by A A McGirinis a wealthy manufacturer who in tends presenting him to Fitzhugh Leer if ithe latter returns toCuba asan American general PRESIDEN r MCKINLEY has regIiments of cowboys who wish Jo enlist under the leadership qf utal9 Biitogo to Cuba They will go to Cuba in their frontier coitume8 and fighting outfite Tile ccjwboys who naturally haye a great hatred lor greasers anyvay are saicl to be very anxious tdjiavo a good try at Spaniards in Cuba AB4lo lor ace t Mnnj people JilVt been cured of kId t110141 asos by Ukin a 5Jo bottle of lfheys Kidney Cure ilaydon l Jtob crUon t 11IPil pmAI wiii cure liilioUSDUS Fory ral tborou ileit Ia1UlcuroloCI BMkIuStJesa- T wile BULLETINS The President hqpes tojftarvej tho Spaniards into submission by a peaceful blockade The government plans an im mediate expedition to Cuba with about 5000 regulars t- Noextensivemovemontagainst Cuba probable forTsoma time perhaps for sqverjvl months In response to tho callI of the waj department tho governors of the states arg jhojiilizing t troops H ThoQolunfbiai rjI4h mysterij ously departed from Hampton Roads has arrived at Nowportf R L and herr mission is still a iSystery i ITrOQps continue to arrive at Chiokamauga and it is expected that 50000 men will sobtf bo con centrated there Great activity preyails intbocnmp at Tarapa = I Wbottlioirnwsof the blockade Beached Havana the price of meat increased rOl l24 cents to 50 cents per pound All food prices are gping up Blanco iis deter mined to defend the city to the last m case of attack by the Ameridan fleet and tells the Spaniards that Spain will not forget them The War Declaration A formal declaration of war was made bythe House and Sen ate on Monday although hostil tookiforty seconds to pass the bill which reads as follows A bill declaring that war exists be tween tho United States of America and iho Kingdom of spain Be it enacted etc Firat That war be and the same Is hereby declared to exist and that war has existed since tho 21st day of April A D 1893 including said day between the United SUites of America and the Kingdom of Spain Secpnd That the President of the United Stated be and lie hereby is di recad and empowered to use the entire land and ilaval forces of the United States and to call into tho actual service of the United States the militia of the several state8ttosuch extent as may be necessarry to carry this act Intoeufect NELSON OTES From the Record Rev VVK Patterson will be Installed as pastor of the Bards town Presbyterian church nexc Sunday morning Rev J S Lyons D D of Louisville will preside and deliver tbe sermon The charge to tbe congregation will be delivered by Rev j J Hill of Bloorafield ned Rev T E Converse D D of Louisville will deliver the charge to the pastor The public is iuyiled to he present Bobby Blincce BardstoWns crack baseball pitcher is at present located at the Northern Hotall Peoriu Ill Blincoe will do tke twirling for the Peonal luithisseason and it can bo relied upon that be will do effective and satisfactory work His career will be watched with in terest by his many friends in Nelson and adjuiuiug counties Damon Beam is in jail charged with a serious offunse It seems tnat he andl Nick Culver Sunday night appropriated ia horse and buggy toot were hitched near the Presbyterian chur hlnd drove out the New Haven pike Deputy Marshal Coyle got qn the track of the men and succeeded in overtaking them at Hid ItIW where they had stopped to obtain whisky Beam had gone into a saloon and left CuU yer in charge of the horse and buggy Culver recognized Mr Coyle and when the latter wOnt into the saloon to arrest Beam Culver sprang out of the buyand made his escape Coyle re tturned to town with Bern aid tha horse and vehicle lie lodged his prisoner in jal with tLo cbarg of horse stealing regis tered igainst him Bpum will thayo his trialt before Judge Daughertv tomorrow He is a young man aged about ISyears and Is a son of John Beam who lives near town ou the Boston pike Culver is also a young man and belongs to jhe yrell known family of CtrJvers bi the BalUown section v The treatment for worms must ho VrIns a worm destroyer Every Lottie guar anteed to bring worms 13C Ilaydou Ibberteua It ia true wisdom for every body to take a thorough course of Swifts Specific just at this season of thoyear The blood issluggish and impoverished and the system lis full qf impurities which should bo olhninftted Iu ndtlitfbii to thoroughly cleansing the blood and toning up tire Bystom so as to avoid loss Lappetit6 and a gen oral rundown feeling in tho spring S S S strengthens and builds up as to fortify against the many forms of dangerous illness that abound during the hot sum lltit insures hailhzrnd strength all Bummer Swifts SpilloL SSS Blood is far ahead of all other remedies for this purpose It is a real blood remedy which promptly purifies the blood and thoroughly renovates the entire system tones and strongthens the stomach and renews the appetite It is tho only safe tonic being purely vege table and the only blood remedy t tsulphurmineral substance which is of much importance to all who soI the injurious effects of these drugs Nature should bo assisted by na tures remedy S S S Take S S S and be well all summer The Situation The war situatiodto date in brief is about as follows Amen can war vessels have besieged Efavana and the inhabitants ol that place are in awildstate of aporebension and bombardment tram the American fleet is ex pected almost hourly Prices of provisions have boon raised and the reconcentradoes havf heeu driven otlnto the country to starve all of the provisions having Beonsejzed for the Span nish soldiers Lieut Rowan of 4ho Niu ieenthiinfantjry under order from ihe War Department has landed iin Eastern Cjbaj and iiis matting his way to Gen Garcia to whom he will unfold the plab of theUnited States for cooper ation with the iinsurgents ir landing an army in Cuba Great Britain has issued p proclamation of neutrality and I tthereby ties up in British port two qf our vessels the torpedo boat Somers and the fine cruiser Albany formerly the Abroueall purchased from Brazil Several Spanish yessels have been Captured as prizes bv our shipsjn The Mangrove reached Key West with the Spanish transalhtnticl liner Panama an auxiliary cruiser carry injf two twelvepounders which had surrendered to the little draft She is the most valuable prize yet taken Vessel and cargo are worth 275 000 Olher prixcs1 taken were tim sloop Banquete and schooner Pircnea EilUMIY DJSEASK8 aro tho inojst of nil difcascB 1olovs Kidney Cure liUHruiitoctl roiflcdy or money refunded lluydon jt Robertson a WILLISBURG From Our Regular Correspondent Farmers are progressing very slowlY with their work on ac ramyweatherf any corn anli some thave noi yet planted tbuirffitrden Grass js roving Ice yand wheat is very prpmising Elder 0 IL Poage and wife are visiting her parents at Rich- mOnd Little Willaad son of John and Cora Dennis died of brain lever April 18td Qh bereaved ones cease your weeping For your darlingone thats gone He id in your saviors keeping Safer than If in your own He bas oiyeeed tborolling lie bas reached the Heis singing with the rlverjj Inthvj upper better land IToorzscIfwucyI fo jCooperjr reaIleud iti producing uiquestionably tOe best acts and features of auj canvass show in America aiati admission price lor than the lowust 1Thc history of all great enterprise whether mer cantile or anusement reCord that the most successful have been where low prices and su i0ior attractions preaU 2 Ve would rather at any time play to 3 000 peoplo1at 25u than 1500 nt 50c P rtooniiCQ of hay iingdouble tl u ampunt or patron age ve have doubl amount of appr val 4 Because every men Voman and child yho visits us will be a yalkihg advertisement to the superior merit of our show JJuve You IIiul the Gnu If bu have you probably need a ro liublo medicliifa Uko lo5oyTa Ilonoy and Tar to heal yhtir Iuna and atop the nukinfjcoiiuli Incldontal to this disease Ilnydon tIobortson riUDE aGliTOVNI ICFO Our Special Corrnspomlcrit- Harry McKay spent several days with Dr Shauuty reeenlly tII C Connor is with friends m the city Mi5S Katy liuidle has returned to her homc after six weeks stay in Louifsviife v Messrs L ClarbsDn and Tom Mudd have returned from a pleasant visit to the formers mother n ar Lebanon Rev Wm Stallings and family Of Springfield visited atC Croats last week Messrs Frank Sboder and M Bryan of Hunters Depot are guests of John Thompson this week Rev Wm Buckmao was in B rdstown Monday on business Mr Hugo Losson a member of the Bard town militia was in our town Monday lobkiLg lifter the bqys who have had the war fever but was unable to secure 1as they weio in Spring field agitating the war question Dr G M Shannty has returned from a business trip tto Louisville Thirtyfive yearn mate n generation Tlmt U how twig Ailolpli Fisher of ZuiipsvilUs 0 Hulle red from osIew- as cured by usln thrOi boxes of Do Vittn Witch Hazel Salve Waters d Browne MflPLE HILL I From Our Kesutar CorrespiwdeHt- lSutno ot tho farmers have planted their corn V W Spcrrow of Marion county spent last Thursday with Mr Win Grisjsby Litte Z hner Hays of Bloom field is visiting Miss Martha lily this week f Hugh Grlbbons and son Nbr maO have returned from a visit in Marion county Win Grigsby was Spring field Monday on business Mrs Ella Taylor is oo ithe sick list Mrs Owsley of Brad rdill is visittng her son C Tayloi A IlcRciu orllopt To those afllotuil with kidney Or Mo dcr UIsoiMOs Is lFoleyn Kflney iuf a imarallteediIHaydou it RolrUon MACKVLLE From Out UcxulurOonvspotiilent nt Mrs Dee Sicray of Indian is visiting her moth rMrso Mel vlnajiicharcsion Mr Cosbyand f3rnIlyofMrn tog View are visiting relatives here Mrs Mary Pocr wl0 has been quite sick for several tlays isrreported better Mrs Shoo Smith and 1w9 sOns whor have been yisWng Mrs Beltie Peter for several days returned to their home i In Danville Monday VF Hall has heenin Cincinnati purchasing his suring stock of goods Mr Jim Cochran who has bepo on the sick list for several weeks we are glad to say is able to be out again Mrs Demaree and mister Miss Uora Troct spent Saturday and Sunday with parents at Antioch Mrs Dick Britken after spend ingsome time with the family of Olaude Brickcn returned loLes ingion Monday for a few days visit r NEWKLEABEB SI OOa yeffr torpld liver rolw you of youriim- LUIon andrulns your iaIth DeWitta- Litto arlr lUwirs rJonpwo tho Ilvorrtifo constipation and all Ktonmcb null liver trout Ice Watcrs t Jirouue S1ionfffs Sale i ron THXESo On Ifoinlav liay 23 Tho same being Goautv Court day I will offer at the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky to the highest bid der the following dagcriljed property or so Tnuob thereof as will pay the taxes and costs duo me as oxDjpuly Sheriff of Washington County Ky from the persons in whose name said property is listed forUixoaof the years and amounts setoppoaite their names POTT8ILLE Di5TiicTGcorge- vYSpnrr6yv1Silandi for year lS53taxe3 and costs 10 70 AllQtber persons owing taxes to me as Deputy Sheriff are hereby notified that they may expect to see their property advertised next mouth unless tho amount Is paid beforehand as I am compelled to eettle up all ole bus iness HThPOWELL- ExDOputyhOrlft Wsshington Co TIlE WOSDDRS OP SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consump tion Can Be Cured An andScientistReadera The distinguished New York chemist fA Slooum aemottstratinghis discovery 01 a rdiiibib oDd nbsoluto cure for cohBnmp tion Pulmonary Tu trculosis nnn all branchial throat lung and chest diseased stubborn coughs cutarrhal aflectlone gen eral decline and weakness lois of flesh and sendilUtEEof his neW discoveries to any afflktcd read er tile NUWSLEUUHH vritinR fdr them IllsOINev Scientific Treatment has cured thousands ponnnnoutly by Its timely use and La considers It a sfaple profess bunt duty to suffering humanity to donate- a trial of hid infallible cure Science daily doetolles pew wondersnnd this c eat chemist patiently r experimenting for Y81 hits produced results as beuoflcia to humHLity as can bo claimed bV any mod ern genius HU aseertion that lung troub leSund consumption are curable In any climaUiis proven by heartfelt lettcis of gratitude flied in his AmerhonAnd Euro p Min laboratorius In thousands from tiyisc cured in all parts of the world Medical ox pert s comedo that bronchial chest and lung troubles lend to consump Lieu which uniuterruptcd means speedy aud certain death iSiniulr wrlto to T Slocum M G 9 Pine street New York giving ixjuti onlce and oxpruss address and tIe free medicine will w promptly sent Sufferers should generousI Dr Uclls Iiit v Tar Hoiiry acts as a imlm tc the lungs nutting the liujciif alUyinK the InflAmmation beSt malaiid strongtlKiulng It wJIl euro g or cot in one night and oxhll orJinualunKB uKainst the Inception of tIne dfio 5c at good ilrus stores Jfo cure iiJpay ONE DAY ONLY iDtfj0 IUpon Everyj BelJ8IU design it la both pdt and t gwtranteoawarmnttbnt tho mcdl j clno contained In tho tx ttlowin cure jj coughs colds and all lunc throat Q and chest troubles more quickly and Q effectually than any other rem- odyDRBELLS Pine Tarc oney X sold by nil druggists or sent upon receipt gof iric IJctOciindHperbom by fl Stui4 c hI Dont Tobacco Spit and Smote Tour We Anajr To quit tobacco easily and foreTcrlIemal colic rull of life nerve and visor take NoTo Ksuf the womlcr worker that makes weak Jncn strong All druggisti oral Cure guarn teed Booklet and simple free AiWnses Sterling lowed Co Chicago or New York Quit CQuzhlng Is eaty onotiRhlf you tAke Dr Bolls MQP Tar IJnnuy It outs the inurua and ril lays the JrillauimHtlon so thai there ih no inulinntioiito cdiigh It sootheS tIll bronobialii nOd Htrongthdnlnp to the tbrnat and Ivngs All good druggist soil it ML Yocum Cameron Pa says I xrasn Buffer for ten years trying mot nil kinds of pilo rciriediiw but without succcsc Do Witts Witch Hazol SaVe was rccpommeiuled to me I used one box I has oHecteil pcrtnanont cure As n pormnnenf euro lot piles DoWlttV Witch Huzel Salvo has no equal rfutort t Urowno CASTORIA For Infants and Children on q ccLi 1of Ymom jjAnttJe boy naked fora bottle 0rSM nion hilt its fast as you can tile clruiKist recflRnlzed a household nine for DoWIJts Little Early IlNcm end gave him a bottle of those famous littio pms for constiputionl sUik bead achu liver and stomncli troubles Water Jt Browne SrftVRUPi COMING SOON BIGGeR HND BeTTER THAN EiZER COOPER COS RAILROAD SHOWS SJRINGFIELU THURSDAY MAY 6 The evirywhcTe a ltn uvlodged famiy show A novel pldaalng mOral and nstruotiyn entertainment For this aeaeon nil new and pptodnt Admission only 26 cents children under 12 years of age 15 cons STREET PARADE AT 11 OCLOCK 2 COMPLETE PERFORMANCES DAILY 2 Afternoon at2 oclock night at8t cloclf aQo IJnJ hr BXPERUCJ3TELLS IN Tailoring well as in other matters The firm that mnkes only good garments at KK prices within the reachof alland fiS satisfaction is Ito22 t ERS 1 1this has been the poution o- fMJOHP4r dThe Great Chicago Merchanhlailots- They started in the and hare j maintained it ever since They are the admitted head of the custom tailor big trade of America Every yea is figJ a year oV progress in the excellence of Sp tjjfir goods and in the favor of tens 9f thousands of their patrons KB lonl foraas wlieo your measure r a BORNuuit or orercoil you are lulf giiann teed u toIu fit style material workman thip No mhtakor raufit are oleratfd You have hundre iofpattenistnil all the rIIItleNa elect front And after allyoti pay tes CALL monty ON than for low grade tailoring CUNNINGHAM DUNCAN AGENTS j I SPRINGFIELD KY iA GRE7T ofJ 1 TTR2CTIONS Our entire stock in each department is unus Ji ually atlractivethis season WE have ALL of the Latset fovetties t DRESS GOODS In our Dress Goods our line of nO veltiesfor i Spring is attractive in shades aml ii qnaUty and i price We defy competition in this ifqe wrntiiir display of Furnishing Goods Is great embracing all the novelties In Ladies Belts Shirt Waists ParasolsFaj JIoYe Etc j Mens Full Dross and mtjxFii eel1111rtSl Fncv Hosiery late stvle Collars Susperiders7ald1alt l the new shapes and coioriogaih Neckwear Coine in and inspect this stock SUITS 4 For Men Boys and Children in alltizesand all f prIces Mns suits IiiplainCbeviots and fancy Scotch enacts in prices ranging fr6in 5300 to 15 00 tfnsllain and fancy Worstedsro the prettiest styles we have shown Boys smd ChildrenXsuus in all the novelties in Chec s r1and Plaids r j SHOES il FOR EVERYB tY l3nt fil to Fee our newt stock of Manns and Marcy Bros Maps Fine 1 Shoes Drew Selby Co Lad103Fine Shoes Star Shoo Gos Childrehs Fice fcihoes They are perfect in tt and stylel ned prices are ri KJit j Carpets Curtains and Wall Paper We still insist that we carry the most corn pleip sfock Of Carpets Mattings Oil Cbths Window tj Shades Lces Curtains Vall PapfcJv etcpt any house 10 town tend we know our prices are all right Come in and examine this stock before4 you buy f t LookJTi om ilidowaIJd see the great variety of prizes we are offering as inducements to cash buyersf We tata making special prices to cash buyers in addition Is to prizes we offer IWe m05ltr spec fdly invite you to vist our large store and inspect our imrpense stock of pdods1 w J gha- maa5Ioy 1r J 11 BURTOX HA1310N BBN JAn ON BR t 1 ii J7Fc BURTON 3 CBEN IIK D9Sr MAXAOEn 1 1Jndertakers and Fulloral Dirotbrsi 1 IjCQPPlNSl1 H CASKETS1 U t i c IIBUnJAL S 1FULLYj EQWPI4ID Calls atswerel promptly v dayti rI oruiRbt L It r 1 The services of an EXPERIENCED EMBA ME1Ro aIM4 graduate froni a scKodllOfOmbahning bave been engaged H v J JHAGAN J BLOCK SPRING FIELD JS rC tAQ tVAy A tVdwv v 4 Y7Avw- 1JUsT RECEIVED l 11 One Carload of the OLD RELIABLE B k is Surreys and Phaetons j One Carload of the DEERINO Binders MoitJRakes and Twine MONEY SAVED by buying thebest The Deeringljneti even and long anti smooth and stipngv iI Save money by leavingI your order for twine him I tiluti I fiI 1 1Down Town Below Thompson Hl r tVifi SaH AYAT IN1 AA sr LV F x= TheB1iokellsderr if TypeVritertl DURABLE PORTABLE 1NIcLPRICE 3500 Fully Guaranteed Hon can it be done Simplicity in corr struction and bel to tha anhofesti strictly scientiflr principles and of the highest grade material and SomedlstinclivAchangeableTypo doing away wIth ribbon nuisance nuvarying alignment pnesce11ed manifolding etc lIgl1fstAwardBSTSen for Catalogue and Testimonials r t MOORE BROS L GENERAL AGENTS 125 FAYETTB ST 918 P SiN W BALTIMORE MD WASHINGTON q v 1HE THE NEWSLEADER 1 rflBUanjCD EVCKT THURSDAY itOBNINGi l r jSPfclHGFlELDKYATSIOOpiIyIANtpPtDINADVANOI- w Local or Business Notices 10 cents per J1D fur tha flrst Icte rttl ani 5 cents for each BubCnu5 sermon CaUs on CJinrtIJivtes and political matter 10 conte per tine will I Job Work Is dono at lotr rates but cash must be paid on delivery of goods and i nrtns Advertising coutr t3 inade on liberal Oblttmrle and reSnlwtloris of respect 3 per line of OUoiMtxBT8 vouigy 2SO qiCountyDUirttt Offices 1000 ary EEIWi1devDENTIST of ut S I All Dental Operations Performed 5 ing r+ I TEETH EXTRACTED II ky WITHOUT PAIN Jt iIn Sprlngfltld every first Thursday and Friday of each month j g + = ffit OrricB C2SX Fourth Avenue nJ V LOUISVILLE icrwSi jj 7B CHSSELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONMOFFICE HOURS 9to1Oiand7to8PUTOFFICE in McOhord Rcbertaon Bldg arid W F NEIKIRK if ATTORNEtATLAWorFIC ton fit4 DR JJ F R1NEIRTI- b will e OFFICE HOURS 12 to a p rfly EVERYDAY e SPKTNGFERLD KY I DR JJIM BURTON the L RESIPENTOENTISTth ef 1 ETH EXTRACTED 1 WITHOUT PAIN to OFFICE Hngan Block up stairs SPRtNGPlELD KY J- AiLJDehtal1 Work Strictly H Firstclass ff 3 AS B RYANy If AUOTJO1SEEEr Land and Stock Sales aSp ciaIty5- h t SPRINGFIELD KY 4FDR pLDPEPSIMI r CURES INDIGESTIONI tf c DR J H LAWIPTON 4 j I OFFICE i iRCbrr CLEBK OFFICE 1J 4OVER oftjr ben you taken little If 7 for the Btoraacbfl saKe Jf v bo sure that you Reta ri PURE ARTICLE- THESUNNYSIDE SALOON Keeps nothing but PURE WHISKIES PIJRE BRANDIES PURE WINES CORDIALS f CIGARS ATfD TOBACCO J F GREENE Wall Street LO wer End of New Robertson Building 4REilBEN10CK r BLACKSMITH Horseshoeing Carriage Repairing end General Blacksmithmg All wor guaranteed to lveof t satisfaction at tho Casey shop SPRINGFIELD KY r = Educate You r itawrtii With Cauaret- can7 Cixttiarllc cure eonnllpatlon fvrt cr Wcaac jgtj1jOfal1drUggtt4mQdC7- The faro the roeehaulo iatnd 2liable to iinnrr fbICStCJO rider arO bruUes JMWft Wlthc uta and SnivelJ8 tho best thin to keep Jn N1Iaol and la a wellquicklyhand It heal Vatora tBrowne known curo for piles Qfi liliE fiE1i EiE Ii Ii Sffffifif S fiEi fi fiE fiEIEEi EiEifitl i TrWNw3 3 3 3 3 3 33 FOR prompt service and busi tfekslike treatment bring your 20 laundry to Walter L achmaii ho guarantees satisfaction in 65 every detail REMEMBER that Dr F R alj Wilder Dentist of Louisville be here next week May 5th 6th few W SMITH Cos new store contains a Very attractive line jin new goods and the new pro prietors are making themselves 100 dLepopu1arby their courteous nent of all THE Ladles Foreign Mission day Society will meet on next h Saturday afternoon at the hQJIle Mrs 0 R McElrdy Some important business is on hand and a full attendance is requested by by Mrs Janes the president THE missionary arid Sunday School Convention will be held Mackville Baptist church on ingj May 27 28 and 29 An interest program has been arranged i WANTED 50000 lbs wool Highest prices paid Call and get sacks McChord Robertson PATRONIZE Walter Lenc man hen you want a daily paper or laundry work done Ladiesw shirt waIsts aspecialty- BEIEth3ER on that Clements ayes the undertakers are pre pared to answer calls promptly hey keep a full line of caskets undertakers S supplies always or on hand THE marriage of Miss Julia Craycroft tQ Mr Gabe C Wharr will take place this evening at the home of the bridest1 patents Rev Father Hennessy officiatpThe wedding will a quiet home affair The couple will reside for the present at the country home of Major J L Wharton Miss SALLIE LAWRENCE of j Macl villo neighborhood has two turkey hens which have made a remarkable egg record is spring The two hens l1Dovp laid up to the present time 57 ti eggs One of them laid 27 eggs and has gone to setting while to the other at last accounts was still laying GET your fly screens in eflrlYr The ever busy fly is beginning stir Send to Clements Mayes and have Sammie lemi- ents take the measure of your doors and windows and put in iyour screens t COOPER Cosshow is adver tisedin this issue to appear in Springfield on Muy 5 one week from today They have a first class show in every respect and have been well spotcen of wherever 1111it they have appeared crowd in Springfield on thatjday should baa large one CLEMENTS MAYES are get ting in new furniture every day I Call and see what they hare and if you dont see what you want ask for iit and they willj order it for you ARE you going to warttis the question one hears on all sides nowadays tIT seems that someof the boys who enlisted in the military company atLebanon regretted their action when it became an assured fact that they were to be called to war Several boys from here who were in Lebanon Tuesday night say that nineteen of the original men lay down their arms and requested that their names be dropped from the list This was done in response to a word from Capt Sweeney who ordered poaU who felt doubtful about answering the call to arms to give up their guns It is said that their places were quickly filled by others REV SHEW SMITH of Louis vile will preach at the MetJlt i church on next Sunday 1f30urt08Y Sales a good crowd in but the offerings stock on the street were sSutilll The following sales were report ed by S M Campbell auction eor Cow ndcalfJ27 sow and piggs SlOj one yoke oxen SiO seven steer calves at 16 per I lhead thirteen heifers atI5 per head on0 sow and pigs 975 one bay mare 20 ono mare 88 Co1 R E Whayne reports the following sales One milch cow one Jersey steer 950 one young bull 26 50 one yoke oxen tone did horse 2750 TOBACCO men say thai nearly of iuevtobaqQban Washington counjr has been marketed and shipments from here hbw are and far between Other counties must be in the same condition The Louisville Weed speaking of the market says fReceipts now hardly average hhds a day when the usual z c number at tl is time of year is Glv from 800 to 400 hhds Sales have not reached 700 hhds any g the past weekwhen 1000 Klr fcIS average in other years at this time Itlooks as ifI thoold crop will be pretty thoroughly gf outof the way of the new November 41 that it will take a large crop to fill up last years shortage o S M lovdov hungry sneak AC sluefooled knock kneed black hearted scoundrel broke into our chidUen house on last btG Saturday night and carried offj some of our fine fat hens Voi 6 apply the above description to- tha raYt villiau not aimlessly but after know careful lhat he consideration is lowdownrveI becaustlid could not reach vvindcnto which he climbed J So1t tho assistanfa box which to Stand and wejjcnow that ho is slue footed and k ock kneed because we took an accurate measure of his tracks left tn the soft mud of our backyard while no one but a hungry blackh arted scoundrel would steal Chickens trom a pooicouner try editor like ourselves YoS will give our chances of enlistment in the army to fight Spain any information leading tost apprehension of the above- mentioned rascal ter Ready for War R r i Springfield and Washington county will be represduted Ramong the volunteers who will fight for Cuban independence provided the serviesot a inS pany from hero are accepted Capt Roberts who started the movement to organize the com has been in communica n with the Governor and also Y with Qol Castleman in regard enlisting with Col Custlemans regiment and there is 0 good chance Oft Springfield com pqiny bfeiagtttken in The latest ehed from Col Castleman is that he wanfs a list of members and that he hopes to be abTh toL use the company A d finite ansver will be given ita few days SInthe meantima with very lit tto tie elfbr about seventy names havle been enrolled andthe YSt4 are all anxious and ready to goat the slirst call A full comI pany should contain 103 mon aiid t is thought that the required11 can be secured when j dpfinitely known that the company will get in LATER Since the abovowas written a telegram has been re 3 ceived from CpL Castleman announcing that the company has been assigned to the third Louisville battalion The ompnny is being rapidly filled but there is stilt room for those who apply early The members of the company will meet and Delect officers The boys are enthusi astic pver the prospects ongoing v Presbytery Meets Transylvania Presbytery con vencd at the Presbyterian church here Monday evening It was called to order by Rev Jasper K Smith the retiring model ator On motion Rev A S Moffott of Lebanon was chosen Moderator Tuesday night Rev Jasper K Smith preached a very able sermon on the subject of Christian character Wednesday morning routine business of the meeting was transacted and at 11 Qclock Dr Wiftierspoon workIAt4session adjourned to repair toI the homo of Roy and Mrs receplgof the Presbytery and the min isters of the town In the evening addresses vera oiuide in the in terest of missions Dr Wither spoon spoke of missions in Corea tajid Rev 4 S Moffett took or has subject Africa Both of ttaks were fulL of interest andI jtiformatipa on the subject of foreign missions fexcuses were read from ab sent members of the Presbytery and belowwe publish a full list of the members and elders pres ent T A Bmcken and A S1 Ii 8o 10 fi 4t tOUR1EI8TORENOW Jt I 8 ftl k jS+ j We have on hand a nice and complete stock of + t w1 18 Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hats j SShoe Furnishing Goods Trunks g valises Mattings Window Shades I We have only a ONE PRICE store and our 4 goods are all marked in plain figures Our cus g f tt v torhers will get the full value for their money oE jw Everybody invited come and price our goods J feft before they purchase elsewhere We guaran5S AW tee our prices will suit you Gome and give usfe sr a trial weare ready to serve you w huSIwsiviiTHcoIXf 453 SPRINGFIELD KV 9l Jft Mansfields Old Stand Jb- I cpQ kp 5 J I Moffett Lebanon Dr Miles somIlIiersetF Taylor McAfee L fl Blanton RIChmond T D Witli erspoon Louisville W T Ovor Pleasant GroVe A Wnl Crawford Manse Ky S M Logan MiddleSboro T J flax Danville Jasper K Smith sIIneTj2 burg W K Forsythe C rbinc E C Lawson SpringfieldA- S Moffett Lebanon Elders J Bu6hanan L H May M W Curry M F Arbuckle J W Davenport D A McAfee GJ Bosley U Terriil X M Craw foyd N P Thompson G D the car n 4 PERSON L ES Majcs Jr was ln Harroda burg Sunday t Hon Nat W Halsload pfj Bards town waf hero Monday v rSoott ilaycs niado a trip to Tu sdaY Hon W II Morgan of KIrklahd paldtbls office avlsit Monday 0 0 McCbord made a flying trip Frankfort ilonday Mr Coldy L Hlnltlo ofi Bards was oil our strooMondayif t f Mr Lcsllo MoCroKlIn of Srery lorsville was hero to buy horses 11MondnyM Myers of Penlck neighbor county was in town Monday SSMrfli W IL ThurmanI oritWtiiindd tbo Ladles Afternoon Buoh7o Club osterdaySt r Clark Oraycroft Is bore thiareok on a visit nnd to attend the marriage of hislsUr LMr Cohn of tho firm of W Smith Colatt for Louisville yostorday on business Chnrllo Hardosty who Is now In the harbor business in Louisville was here tho first of tho week jMisses Ross and Davenport Mercer eodntyi arc attending Trt byr tery thlsnveokv ry if v Miss jEHwibeth Robinson of Mjr our county lsn gu st tuL eokJorI Miss Zdnlo McElroI Miss Margaret Leaobmnn riturnod- Tuesdayfrom a visit to Mrs VII Sweeney at Lebanon Mrs Mary Jane Irvlno anMrs Rowland of Boyle oountyfarp guests this wook at tho bom o of A OlIc ElroySMrs Wallace Greorio and Mrs W Sri Parks of Perry villo are bore this week on a visit to their brother S M Karrick roollfs Lula Ueedpf WIlllohiircT via ited Mrs S r KarricXthqjtirst of the r weekS rr mHinkld df Samnels De pot was in town Monday buying stock Mss Maggie Hagan has accepted a position as saleswoman In the n store of W Smith Qo Judge JJeckham of Sholby spoke hero Monday in behalf conntyI Appeals candidacy for Judge of the po Hon John S Kolley candidate lefor the Democratic nominations for Judge of thoCourt of AppealK was Tiere Monday and made A bpeecU at the Coarthoaso =Dr Uubpr1L Hoard who has just graduated from Vandcrbllt University rIn dentistry loaves Monday for New Mexico to locate We wish him l eI cess iin his new field- 1 Miss Margl1tct cromentB enter I tamed at euchre at her home Forest last evening Qultoalargonum of invitations wero out and the affair was quito a brilliant social CeveMessrs T Scott Maves and Rob Noe are in Franktort this week to before the Board of Supervisors to see about Washington coun tys taxation Rev Miles Saunders D D ia hero attending the meeting of the vlvanla Presbytery He reports Miss Lmt very well and fully re from lKl1LcrccLEjllnus3 Dr Saunders has just retnrnedai a trip to Iowa THE MARKETSC Tho followlngtable represents the prices paid for farm products JaSpringfieId by dealers therein It is corrected up to ocjook iVedhesdayj but is subject to variations CrromLQulWheat perbu 85 to Corn per bd 30 to 3- 516tstj er un 80 to cror tin TlrMiV ieiti J 2 25 to210 Titnothy pas bui 185 to 50 Orchard Urasper bu U 7 to IlayrimothV p rcwt S- 1over1percwt 40 to 45 LOUISVILLE MARKETS SCATTLEReport furnished by the Jjoulsrillo Live Stpck JojimjU 2l I Vost Main SteetLop UVUie Ky 0 Extra Ihipplng VKOOa4 00 Light shipping 4 60a4 Iie tbutohotserlu 4 40al 75 Fiilr to gtxxUmtcher stoers 3 83a4 8Z Com tun n to ned butcher sUers 00 Thin rough steors peer cows and scalawag 25a2 26 Oxen good to wira 1S 59a4 jO Oxeu common to medium L S5a3i 0 Feeders yC 4 00a405 Stockers iH 4 lOalUJ Hulls i 2 5O 3 00I Veal Caivi rfIiu i H 8 25a5 50 MIjdu dows Choice miteh co w i tsi 00I Fulrtogood C0a25 00 UOGS r J Choice nQ log led butcher L i6to8Jju Fiilr to goiod packing lb to200lb 3 lfGiFatIOa3oofoqas pigil OOLOOOlbs r 250ii90- 0jiquba JoU lb 3 31oo 1 HJIEHP ANO AMBS Good to exuasbipplng sheep 3 75a40i o lr to tOol 3 375 Common to medium 2 00a800 Ducks H 2a325S- Ulpa and scal1tgpar bead CtaUOO Extra iprlng lnn baV 7Sa5T0- 0Bwt butcher Ifttnbi i i 25a4 75r Fair to good butqborlamts 3 foa4S5 Tallends 2iOa3 00 PRODUCE Roport furnished by HsrndonCarterGo General CommUtldn Meruliants 813 Mur roll burt and 110 Third Btreot Louis villoKy Eoos Steady Fresh Tohandled OdOifc BwTTinfararket flrin Best Rrades15 alkjjchoco stock 12aUo p3 k EnglOa lsheo5t6a0e roftstors aas ct spring chicken 8a lOc geese full fontharoI per dozjn jajbOa 860 rluqked pin dozen Wa250 turkeys alive turkeysdressed SalOc 40Wnow home tofl HtitOren saltol Sa3fc lry salt lOalic dry flint liilOc FiYits4taceoon Kos t to 4 10c4nk 11acicJ70aSOsbroad stripe ISo opossum 5al6cmu rnt 2oao1MIscsaLAEzousSorghum oa 2oepar get baoswax 24o per IbcJOTer seed 375a323 per bu onions 2T0erbbL rags 50atiOc pbr cwt 1I Prime white gooso 33aBtf gray mixed or old 1 ONzor Red and yellow 450O0t- vhlto as to quality 000a700 T 1voIt Itusu Ilorao ErpxnlrctCrop iQa25 pr bbi A J s ccZ- f WE are still sOII- iniMIBU6GWSI I But wo also handle all kinds 3 nr FARMt I lIWLEMENTSol t We buy and sell Hay Grain Gr and Feed r We sell coal at the LOWEST OCASH PRCE + l SCone ic and letus show y i JJI2 A strictly highprade bier tcle in every respect and l t selling at tbe llow GIirsio5i1lCome in and examine the wheel and let us show yqp b the good points about it that 8 others of higher price do not possess g THOMPSON S UtE SPRINGFIELD KY 8AWOOL Best 19a20c burry ISalSr tub sJM 29a80c black clear 17al8c black rry HalOc ORCBX A Market higher and firm Fancy S00a400 choice 260a800 common 200250 fSHAY Onus Best hay strictly fancy per ton lOal 053 straw pir ton 400a ear corn 83a34c shelled com In bulk 33a34 feeding oats 3ia33c wheat No 2 aUc 4 Ballnrdslprelioun4Syrup Is tim bet- noiu remedy rorconal1mJUoncouh ld and all throatanil chest trpublcs Every Iwlllo Is gunbntocd It is the host remedy fir children 25 and 50c hayden Kobertsgn I was rcaillng nn advertisement of Colic Cholera and Ulnrr booR llomerty In the Worcester Entqr prlse recently vnioli leads inn to wrlto this lean truthtilly say 1 neyer used any romehy equal to It for colic and dlnrhoea I havo never had to usomore than one or twos doseito cure tile worst caso with or children dA 1ICity y fc don A Robertson OBACCO MARKETS iQj following arc the revised qao tiiUons as prepacj Jjy the Quotation of the Leaf 1o acU ES change at Louisville for this week- 1338 OROPtt RED BURLEY Trash green or mixed 5 00 Trash sound 5 00 to 6 50 Jugs 6 50 to 8 00 Medium lugs 8 00 to 9 00 Good lugs 9 00 to 10 50 Common leaf short 900 to 12 00 Common leaV1200 to 15 00 Medium loaf 15 00 to 18 00 Goo Ieatw1800 to 22 00 Jine and selections 27 COLORY BUBLE- YTrasii green or mixed 6 50 Trash sound 6 50 to 7 50 Common lugs 7 50 to 8 Medipm logs 8 fitt to 001 90ptoloooCommon Common leaf 11 to 14 00 Medium leaf 14 00 to 17 00 Good leaf il7vOOloi 22 00 Pine and selections S2 00 1897 OROP nEDBunLEvS Trash green or mixed 359 to 5 00 Trash sound 500 to 6 00 Common lugs 6 90 to 800 Medium Iug8i 8 00 to 950 Good lugs 9 50 to 10 50 Common loaf short D to 11 00 Common leaf jl 00 to 12 00 Modiuin Ieaf1200 to 14 00 Good leaf 14 00 fo 1700 Fine and selectIonsl1 00 to 22 60 COLOR Y BURLEY Trash green or mixed 4 60 to A Trash sound 6 00 to 70 Common lags 050 to 7 Medium lugs 7 60 to 9 Good lugs I 9 00 to 11 00 Common Feat short 9 OOto 10 00 Common lenflO 00 to 12 00i Medium loaf 12 00 to 15 00i Good leaf16 to 17 Fine and selections 23 00 Biltardrt Snow Liniment Is the most penetrating liniment In the world It cures pjiln nn J Inflununalion of allklnda quicker than liny otnt r known Price Eory bottio hayden t ilooortson To School Trustees The recent legislature having changed the time of electing trustees for the common schools frojtn the first Saturdayin June to the first Saturday id October and declaring an emergency clause therefore there will b etj ocItoberI All regularly elected trustees holding office now will be allowed to serve until tbCir successors are elected and qualified ThQtime for contracting with teachers has not been changed11 No legal cOntract for teaching can be made between andteachers befor the first day oC July LWBUSII Supt Commbn Schools s It a great limp from thobld Mali lonod doseH ol blu6 ninsS and liaseous QwU11fI bliIJ fJ NO1LTIEsJN 17 DRBSSWEKR r Of Great Variety can be seen at our stored We hjive i received our Spring stock which cpntalns the LATEST tiand BEST huls out Wecan please the Ladies in our stock of DesGoodrand Trimmings A lull HRQ Readymade Dress Skirts vv Ladies Late Stvle Hats Fancy Slks for waists Now IPercale Waists forLadios A large assortmeut of Ladies BELTS Late style Shoes and Slippers You should see r our stock of Wash Goods Our Men andBoys departments are filled with the l 1right things irT Clothing Hats Shoca Shirts Neckwear i-and Suspenders Our line of Boys Clothing is larger and tlbetter than vreiave shown b lore r We cordially invite eNer one to c Itatt our Spring Stock 1 LJSc V dr ji JJSTHave you seenournew premiums riciwe are giving away i o w r if McGhord Robertsontt nt J 4s INSURE YOUR LIFE INSURE YOUR PROPERTY t rr WITH John LMcElroyfigeri Representing the following well kn wn companies i 0 The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York The Hartford Fire Insurance Company of Hartford Conn The Aetna Insurance Company of Hartford Oonn 45 promptandliberalOFFIcEATFIRST NATIONAL BANK A BUSINESSDUCATI0N m J yonngIroQrtralnfagBRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE v LOUISVILLE KY ijOOkkeePtn fromSltorthaitdTelegraphy the Unjted Statesit will be mailed FREE A Queer HrUlcIno Them is a medlclno whoso proprietors du not claim to have dUeovnrcHt t some unknown ingredient or that It Isjd euro flltrJJhls hoLCst medicine only claims to curelFLftintI3ed55s1uiU that Its InIKrcdiont are recognized bywnjemwfc skilled physicians us being the best for Ulilney and blander dlseaaea It Foleys Kidney Curq Ilaydon tt Kob ertsou EGGS FOR SALE B Minor as direct from Nor thup nonebetterS i oo for 15- Pekin Ducks pen headed by pair from Rankin weight 2 lbs L1oQfO 13 0orMSS D F LOGAN DANVILLE KY Lock Box 500 BOYS niDl tZwsnted to b light xrrttlng representtt M at horn Baiy emplojmtnt with mooerat manna usnred ceni for toll prticIs TIl HUN 1LSE itEM Iu Bowling Green iluiUtng Oroadsrnr NeVrk wty HIt A VAA4Y V e 1 I Tt4gW I 4 l3ath Rooms rSd1 I New and elegant bath tabflvvjth InIlmodem improvemontaiIot and cold water Baths at Il0 hoarsois cents Gall and try1 I viS no H r 9 t1 MIN STREET BELOW 8PIN OPIELD HOTEL BdV rjsevs Aw R u u 1 g 6aR Harmon = i THE LIVERYMAN = fl g Has pn hand for the summer = season the BEST rigs in town Past and safe horses g IEIEand reliable drivers ItUt r g SPECIAL ATTENTION Jgiven to oommerpiali l men s Livery connection with the JI iSpriugfield HotellIf ill = = MAIN STREET jj SotiS= TalephoneNo 3 e55 i Tha requirements of a medicine Is to lighten tBo bDrdoa or pain and euro This brings ua to the question of n rtm jBdyoDjljTiiblora Bntkoyo Pile Ointment tstliet pnly remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles that Is endorsed ity physlerans Cures the most obstlnnto cn cs Haydon A Itobcrtson One of Two Ways The bladder was created for one purpose namely a receptacle for the urino nude such it is not liable to any form of disease exwptbjr one pf two vray The frt npy Is from imperfect action of the tldneys Tha woond way is from careless local treatrheBtoiother diseases C UEF C IE Unhealthy urine from unhbaiitSfls is the chief cause of bladder troubles Bj the womb like the bladder was create fjg one purpose and if note doctored toofmuebx ic uot liable to weakness ordisease except In rare cases It Is situated back of ami close to gin bladder therefore anypato j tdlssastfor inconvenience manifested intb kidneys back bladder or urinary passage ill often by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of somesort The error Is enily made and maybe na easily avoided To flnd out comedy sot your urine asde for twentyfour hours sediment 6r Battling indicates kldney pr Madder trouble The mild nUll extraor dinary effect of Dr Kilmers warn p Root ha great kidney and bladder remedy te soon realized if you need a medicinp yoii shonld have the best At xtr ugtdsu tLt cents and Ona Dollar You may bOiir sample bottle and pamphlet both nut irro by snail upon receipt of throe twp eht stamps to cover costof postage on the bottie Mention NKWSLEAUEK and send your ad dress to Dr KHmer lCo Binftbamton IN T The proprietors ofthhipapergns r antee tbo genuineness of this o- fferWretched Not Eat or Sleep e ICould Sd Ypr 7YL rtfiPSiocteroW N YJaneaS 1854 Dr M M FENNBR FredoniarN Y Dear iSlfrr About a year agoIlbe came bilious sallow Dyspeptic md my system was generally run dowrij Lost dppetfte and flesh Could not t1f pr sleep well and had palpitatioft of thif heartin fact I was so wretched uri nerved that on several occasionsniy friends thought I would not iiviStil morning Two bottles of your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic produced a complete cure arKar sale by hayden Toberipon NEWS LEDER 1 a year Whkbey lftbs61 1 BU R OOJL l t=wvsTaaItktnothing comcs R MfftB IoIIle of Dr hells HnV TatiJeney Hot Nr children Rood for ewrvbodyi AaiS t yotl tn Ph18JfrY wpSfl 1eNp- ngh an sttaik ofiiCfliOS Gi14r bronchial troubtt cat up G41ate f drgatures Reaty ee e C1n ltea as a et 4iik No v beautywhbutit csseareticaeycthr tr tic clean your blood atlllkJt eissb I1 rl- t stirring the lazy Jiversd riviii R uritii from the toi73HS t t bnnshpmplee biiaI Welisaa and that aicklr bllfeMywtejtn lt1 Gasrarctvbennty fortMllk AJI druggist tWarttobpanut 28c 8Ss 7 Uv e Yn AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS JC WE iRE ASSERTING Iff THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE r171 g EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD GASTOBIA AND FITCJIERS CASTORIAASOUR TRADE 1IARK 11DR SAMUEL PITCHER of Hyannis Massachusetts l wn the originator of PITCHERS CASTORIA the same thtt has borne and does now 71j on every Beat the faosimia signature of 4wrapper j Tnit is the original PITCHERS CASTORIA which has been used in the homes of ih mothers of America for over thirty yeirt LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and eee that it ia ihe Jftnf you have affrays bought J onth nd Atia the signature of wrap r vy per Ndono has authority front me to use my name ex cept The Centaur Company of whioh Chas H Fletcher fa PriBident to March 81897 Qtf T411 II CtTUN 00 i L 1t1ttt1t1ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt1t tt tt tttt tt I tit l iat iCs btQe S 4 tttttt j Th unsuccessful offortto es cap from the Indiana reforma tory at jeffrLonv1Ie Monday I f nigbt made by two of the in I mites c lIsthe daring and r successful attempts made a few 4 Tears ago by Ed Bailey who was by far the shrewdest and most desperate criminal eyer confined ip the institution The story of Daileys crimes confinement at various times in frthe state prison bis subsequent escapes and successful evasion ftbec officers reads like a ro mance and stamps him beyopd doubt the most noted criminal with whom the Indiana authori it ties over bad to deal A Jjeardiess youth he first came to the Prison Sonth frpiu Vanderbnrg county lud in 189L He was then known as James Burchell and was sent up for a three year term for larceny His innocent appearance and perfect discipline soon caused him to be regarded Bsa model prisoner and the officials little thought tbat he would develop into one of the smoothest of th3 many shrewd inmates His after conp duct proved that it was almost impossible to build a cell or Jorge a chain that would hold him the links falling from his wrists and the doubl i1 heavily gra utrS seeming to 1i spen lor him as if by aagie freeing him whenever he chose How be secured assist a acice from whence came the tools that helped him could never be ieSrned When brought before the dep 4 riCy warden aLer some of liis un successful efforts to escape the boyish face and innocent expres whenhei i I managed to escape from his cell 41t No sooner had he gained the confidence of the officers duringJhis tofirst term than he began devising means of securing his liberty Afellbw prisoner John Crawford wjo was confined with huh in t ihV Evansville jail was taken JQtp his confidence and a plot was formulated Late the afterncin of No Jvvember 7 1881t but two months lafter beitg admitted the two men Completed their tasks in the ctccopershop and went as was t tbeir custom to the cleaning mentSgrounds doing odd jobs One of jJ them had left a ladder near where the conspirators were passing As a guard turned his bade for a moment Daileyquickly saw his opportunity motioned to Stomach i Trouble Stomach trouble is the common I ame applied W derangement of J butVaguely digestitJ cravingforWhatever it means theres trouble and its with the stomach If you f lave stomach trouble you will be interested in this letter from a loan who had it and was cured by AgerS I Sirsipatiiii 5For theyaarrl vaffered from omach teeubfe I jtnWtte aid of tao be doctors biIel 4 P1ttburg and apeD k1I1i twwof oBeyaIliaT8ia Oaeday i waitiaf a traia la MtOtitt 0 I pskppaperithaiioIcaefAyers fcrsatwriUa I got OM k ttle to try It4i4 so wmk asW Urt I lafBaaiii Ir fcetttes I took for tMialM fl i e i ia faA njr apie ia rend and Gw1caiietybhs Mys4eickhafl laMb to tin oee of Ayers Banana A CLV- Uc M SlEVKjsUBicalowa Fa his chum and they picked up the ladder and walknd coolly past ttoe keeper Dalley roughly or deritg Crawford in a loud tune to Hurry up and well ftnish this jobbefore turning In time The guard was thus nicelyl fooled and a few minutes later the ladder was planted against the prison wall behind a smokestack and tbe two men were quickly on the outside Nothingbut the daring of Dailey could have made such a feat possible Unfortunately for them howbver they met Williatn Doberty and Uapt William Royce night guards on their way to report The con victs separated hut Doherty who carried a revolver soon captured Dailey Royce attracted the attention of wall guard Mc Rea who ordered Crawford to stop He did not do so and a minute later fell with a bullet through bis heart D alley took nis capture philo sophically He served his time was soon after sent to the Clark county Ind jail for six months After being incarcerated he es caped sod was never beard from until he was received again in the Prison South Tbis time he 3rme from Hancock 1 to S5rfl years for burlary That was in 1889 He was put to work in the foundry with Bob Adams Six months later tbe two men made an attempt to escape about 7 oclock in them l ning In some way they bad managud to reacb tthe east wall climbing om top of a water tank and from there gaining the prison wall They were discovered and ordered by guards to descend Both refused and as a llist resgrt Guard Wilkerson fired on thero theshot taking effect in Daileys left wrist It passed through to uis right hand making twp se vere wounds This compelled them to surrender and they came down it was discoveaed that both were armed Tbeir weapons had been secured by Dailey but how no one ever knew Again as soon as hIS wounds had recovered Dailey cut an opening through the top of his tell climbed to the root of the cell ball from there wormed bis way along to the guard hail ad joiniLg clambered down a sky light and entered tbe sleeping apartment tit the officers There he coolly divested himself of his prison garb donned a suit be longing to a guard and deliberately walked down the front 3teps saluting Capt RQyce the night captain to the barber shop in The front where he woshed himself ordering a convict stand ing by to brush his clothes From tbero be passed out to Ireedom Alter makng this the most miraculous and daring escape on record his nerve failed him befoie he got beyond the wardens residence and be started to run This attracted tbe at tention of an officialwho started after him and captured him a few yards from the institution Alter this he was closely watched and served his time With theexception of his attempts to escape be was one of the best prisoners ever confined in tbe in stitution Officials of the prison who knew hIm say that he was the most daring and one of tin shrewdest criminals in the United States It was thought that he secured assistance from a woman whowas infatuated with him and afjecbis second arrest came to- JfersonvaIle und lived near tin prison She visited the prison as often as possible representing herself as bis sister acd nc doubt managed to secretly givf him weapons Adams who wa with him in his second unsuccess ful attempt to escape aftarwaro got away and lived for mpntbf in a natural cave in Riplet county led with several oihe escaped convicts They lived on the fat of tbe land making raids on the neighboring farm and were n vor recaptured They learned that the officers had dis p6verei tbem add when a raid was mado theybad flown lwns rcadlni nnndvortivoraert ofr Chamberlains Collr Chnleni and Dlarr lipoa Honiotly In thV WorcesJec Kntor1 QIUuod1ntiydiarhoca I have never bad to use moro than ono or two doson to cure tbe worst AiPnpolJ1ldon It Robertson Ancient Spaiiisli Valor acpqualntcdSuaoiah navy in ships and gunsj About ihomore important ques tion of the figLting jcapacity of the officers and men our infor mation is lless ample as Spain has not recently engaged in naval o1howeverEbgiandf and one of the incidents of that war was the battle off Cape St Vmcpnt fought in Feb raary 1697 The following ac count of tho battle is taken from W Clark Russeirs Lile of Lord Nelsour v The figure that Nelson made iin this conflict was extraordi narily great butit is impossible not to agree with the exact acid and begrudging James who affims tthatt a great deal more was made of the battle of St Vincenttbanthp victory merited Tbe Spanish crews and officers were expression contemp ttible There was no organiza tion among them no perception of the signifiQanceofiignalsaed- there was scarcely a ship that wOuld not bavetrun if she could When the Sun JosejT was cap tured several tompiobs were found still fixed in the guns on the side ibac lad been engaged It is believed that the pieces bad never ben loaded It is quite certain at all events that the officers couldnot get their men to tire tlem The panicstricken wretches who manned the Span ish fleet refused to go aloft to repair the rigging The officers shot some of them asnexnpiep- urpbuttonp e the sailors crossing themselves and falling upon their knees piteously entreated with tears in their eyes not to beforced up the rigging Over sccb opponents it would be absurd to call the most decisive victory glorious The modern History of Spain is ftuch as to render it very prob able that he officers and crews oft today have no more stomach for fighting than they had at Cape St Vincentor we may add at Trafalgar If this is the case it would be an errdneous timate to gauge the naval strength of Spain by the number of her ships the thickness of their armor or the calibre of their guns The sea fight at WeiHau Wei between China and Japan demonstratea that these things ate less important than the character of the oifiders on tbe quarterdeck arid the men behind the guns New York World lii 1888 my wife wont East and WM at tacked with ihtniinntlHin She received no relief until abc tried Chamberlains Pln Balm Since that Uriio wo lIavui never been without It Wo find it Rlvt instant relief in cases of hums and Scalds and never falling for all thou niatii and neuralgic palnsD P Brant Santa Yucz Cal For sale by llaydon t Hobertnon As Great Britain Sees Us Since fate seems to be forcing us into the d adly breach we naturally feel some curiosity to know what European powers think of the naval resources which we possess In this con nection special interest attaches to tbe estimate which the Lon don Graphic onu of the leading newspapers of Great Britain pronounces upon our white squadron The following is quoted from this newspaper The position of the United States navy as against Spain is one of great strength The three Yankee battleships on tbe Atlantic coast Indiana Massa chusetts and Iowa will be a trio bard to beat and the Oregon is cowing around as fast as she can irona the Pacific sicR Spain has only the Pelavo to meet these tbree ship The Texas and tie live powerful monitdra are a itiorg nserye for coast defensV yhile the fine rmored cruisers Brooklyn and New Yok will the help of the twelve protected cruisers available in Atlantic waters should be able to hold heir own against the five Span sIh armored or protected cruisers f modern design In orpedo trait Spiin thaLks to her six iew destroyers is much eruperi 5J though the Americans hav ight good torpedo boats read or sea English seamen who There is no MOTHER I word so full I of meaning and about which such tender and holy Recollections cluster as that of MOTHER she who watched over our helpless infancy and guid ed our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with danger and all effort should be made to avoid it U so assists nature Mointhechangetakuliwl ExpectantFrlF II I 1 d1 1 l dread suffering or gloomy fore bodingSt to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood Ifs use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and she is found stronger afterthan befor- econfinementin short it niakes Childbirth natural l and easy as so many have said Do nt be persuaded to use anything but MOTHERSFRIEND431y utes with either of her other two chil dren than she did altogether with her last having previously used four hot ties of Mothers Friend It is a blessing to any one expecting to bei come a MOTHER 8nY83 customer JlEKDEBBOJi DALE Carmi Illinois apI Of Drngglit at or sent br ezproM on rec of price Write for book containing toitlmonUti see Talaablo JnforniuUoa for oil Motbers tree The BndficUBekfeUttir lUtnU have served their time in ourI navy are largely represented among the aliens or naturalized Americans It was so in the war of 1812 when hundreds of British tars were lobe foundin- The American frigates which beat us with such painful not fortuity The food is better than in our navy the pay iia higher and the discipline not so strict It iIs pleasing to note the fact that American officers recognize tile high Value of this British element Now that the two areIshallipot grudge our cousins the help of British bands uri riulnl Oxycvn- Di Bolls Pine Tar HonoycUros coughs bOII1Uoweak lungs It builds upSC tlssnca and enables thQ b4N ii receive its aup ply 9fYJe1 Rev L4 P Arnold of Warren county wants to fibt Spain He is Bbodt7Qycars old and has served in the Mexican and ciyil wars Versailles now has a telephoYo company and will soon have a system in operation In Bourbon county Dr Hezc triah Utierba k shot and killed Dudley Clinkenbeard oyer the breaking up of a field through which the former had a passway To give you an opportunity of testing tho grout iierltnf Elyslroam Balhitlio mot reliable euro forcatarrlr and wld In the cold tin the head n cuneroiiii 10 c snt trial size canba had of your druggist or wo mall It for 10 cents Pull sizo 60 cents ELY BROS 60 Warren Stt N Y City It Is tbo meduine above al ethefor catarrh antI is worth its weight in wild can liso Elys Creairt Balm with safety and It docrall that Is claimed for it B w Sperry Hartford Conn Toe State College buys are also showing much interest m the impending struggle Mprethan 100 of the students have signified their willingness to nlist In accordance with a request from Col E H Gaith r Mr Richard Stoll was at the State College yesterdav in order to find out if any of the signal corps men were willing to go to yar as such Mr Stoll was once captain of the signol corps thqre Capt S A Swigect commandant at the State College has not received thouAhIdaily expecting them At the chapel exercises of Kentucky University yesterday morning President R fAIn Cave an ex Confederate soldier nimself made a timely reference to the immi nence or war Alter scripture reading he remarked that a num ber of those there before him might opt be there a month hence lhaj many would enlist incase otwar He said they would do right to otter their ser vices and admonished them al ways to seive their country God and truih Lexington Herald lirntM Ibe KlundlUc MrAC Thomas ofMarsll1c Tex has found a more valuable Discovery than has yet boon made In tho Kluiidlko For years ho suffered untold agony fines Congo inytlOii accompanied by boniorr apes and was ul oltitoly cured lby Dr KIng NowiMscuvery 1uigtiontfl1- glIs aniid33 Ho declares that goid is of littlo value in comparison with tills marvelous cure would have it uyen If lit cost a hundred dollars a bottlo Asthma bronchitis and all throat and lunffar ftctlons are positively euro bj prKlngs Net Discovery for c consumption Trial bottles free at Uaydoh itRoberiaons- diu store Kegularstzo 50 cents and tl 00 Guaranteed to cure or prico ro funded tt11p I ffQS OKB JBICTOYa Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys syzternaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is he producedcQptablo to tho stomach prompt in t its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most tilthynnd agreeable substances its I many excellent qialities commend it to ell and have made it the most I popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cenJL bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who proIsubstitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Kr Jrr Glad Tiding to AmliinuNtifTcrcrs- Foloya Uoncyaixl Tar gives quick and positive rollI in all cases Haydonife IJliO tMn AsIcWourDRVGV8T CATARRH Fora generous ELYS c1t4RAUII5IzL Elys CJiain Balm contilru ho coolno lovcnrjasraay other injnrloui drbg It quickly Abeotb d Otr vcllrl at once It ad lotnie the NsaI auages 4flsv Inflammation COLD l HEAD Heals and protect th6 niuoibnn R trM the 1a3RI11Y iROT1IItt Warrea mStett Nor York Skin Diseases oftetterChamberlains is without an equal It relieves the itch andItscure It also cures itch barbers itch scald head sore nipples itching piles andIStarbestpnrliLiandvermifuge Ilpydon A Robertson Druggists A ia ALA AA The Thing for SpringEE- isV AVflRSI- Sarsaparilia I The popular use of a spring medicine is foundedon experience With the coming of the spring season comes languor debility a dragged out condition and a general jassitudc summed up in the familiar phraser that tired feeling IoPtnijytlIeBlood from the gross effect of the fatty foods of jointer there is no medicine equal to Dr Ayers Sarsaparilla It not only cleanses the blood but re vitalizes it It puts a spring into the step and a sparkle into the eye that betoken health It restores the lost appetite induces refreshing sleep and reduces the liability to disease by neutralizing the conditions essential to the development disease germs Always Ask for Aycr9s S As a spring medldne during the months of March April and May Ilcnow of no other preparation that can begin to compare with AYIIA Sarsaparilla It is the leader of leaders 1W A WElSERiM DBouiborilnd I Cannot speak too highly in praise of Ayers Sarsaparilla From experience I can recommend It as the best spring medicine ISAAC S SfARKS Tatsey Ky t haTe used Ayc4 Sarsaparilla in my familyfor yeahand highly Yecommend It As Ipnng medtclnc1thas no ul1 A iL NICHOLS EllelY St Cambridge Mass Ayers Sanaparilla has been a household companion in our family for years I take it every spring beginning in April It tones up my system gives me an excellent appetite and makes me sleep like a top Asa blood medicine it has no superior in my opinion R VIIJEy Philadelphia Pa Ayers Sarsaparilla Is without an equalasl a blood purifier and spring medicine and cannot have praise enough I have watched Its effects in chronic cases where other treatment was of no avail and have been astonished at the results No other blood medicine that I have ever used and I have tried them all Isso thorough in its action and Iaffectsso many permanent cures as Ayers Sarsaparilla Da lL F MRIULL Augusta Maine I NEW LIVERY FIRM VirAAFiTONd TAPFIZiNow JReady for Business wlthWi t I s1i A conirnocIaflons t Gdab HORSES GOOD BUGGIES Special attention given to board and feed horses TIme Best Accommodations fcr Traveling Mel4 J ckW Thompsons old stand SPRING FlmLD KYt t t 3 B II1JI144j1 WHY SUFFER AGONY t When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you Itjs the discovery of an eminent physician HoKnlfal I No Interruption of BusinessI P The first treatment bribgs immediate relief It has it cured thousands and will cure you MR TS WILOOX prominent merchants politician and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department says Arter yean of suaerlng DONS PILE OINTMENT Wu reel ommendc to me The use of one ox effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means of bringing yonr wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf UIfeting with pilesI Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANYI CHATTANOOGA TENN CURES PILE 4T j ROBNSO NPETTET COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY J f CANDY CATHARTIC 1tJCURE CONSTIPATION JJcAIL F k TSz 5OcDRUGGISTS loins GrownFmt Trees We have thousands of cice well grown Tees Vmea Etc for Aprilxfelivery Write us ai L wowilimakeprices by the next mail t J BOBRYANT A COUNTY ACT I GARDINER BROS DEATSVILLE KYJ C1llbFng List The best Magzines andI Newspapers published in the coiintry offered at re du ed rates to NEWS LEADER subscriber Ada special inducement to new subscribers and old ones vhojenew we have at no little trouble and ex pense made arrangements with largo number o mngazmes and newspapers to ofibp them af greatly reducedrates In some cases we ofler you the Nws LEADER and the other publication together for one year at tbe price of the one JNqw is the time to begin and here is t list of some of the otTers WITH t NJCWBLKABEK Louisville Post daily 5275 Courier JourjaJ t twice a week L5U Louisville Coniinoicial daily 5011 Louisville OJDmercil wee kly 125 houisyllo Dispatch 1 6llome and Farm 140 Painters Homo Journal 37 Cm Comm rcll1lTrJbuneu 140 Cincinnati Enquirer 150 Country Gentlemanu non Interstate Poultryman u 180 Ohio FurmerU 150 Independent 8lJO Silver Knight tl iso St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 Century Maguzine 450 tit Nichohs 850 Southern Florist and Gardenr vf 150 Mayflower 80 t1O0HarpetsWeekly Harpers Bazar 425 flirpers Hound Table 250 KY World Munsoys Magazine TrlH175J 18QReviewNew York Woelcly Tnbune 125 N I TnceaWeek World 1C5 14ontblv82fiThe McUalls Magazine 125 It Is Strange that Bomo people who say they never read patent medicine advertisements will be found lugging homo every now and then a bottle of sorao favorite remedy of theirs We dont bother you munch with reading bnt just ask you to 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