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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r - r irr yV-T- fj-i M 4nPqg3NnpjBM IJuLJHj VrOL iw BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY It X3X OCTOBER 10 1894 NO 12 t-- i v w It It n L h t Lh V Il h fc fcV ry and thus knowingly rob the current Djcs two wrong nmko n creditor right In many IiihIiuum o the del tot of yeiitenlny In tho creditor oftiwliy mid ut all events Ilia obligation between the two Is a contract nnd it is the province C P Bush Say sThat J H A Makrs of government to enrorco contracts not Them in His Reasoning Out of to abrogate them An artificial increase of prices would Populists Thoorios fall heavily upon tho lnboring claws lho money lender i mild incicnbu Ids rates of interest the landlord could raise That Poor Peopio Should Have his rents tho merchant could advance tho prices of his wares but a commen Poor Money is a Vicious and surate rise in wages would follow slowly a Debased Theory it at all There is in fact Mr Editor no Indus try practiced by our people which can permantly gain by a debased currency GOLD IS THE ONLY MONEY The theory that poor people should havo poor money is a vicious theory Louisville Kv Oft 1st 1894 Eiiitor We aro all interested in having the best News In u lutterirom Paducali J II A money known to the world and tho ex- Â¬ details tho Populist Idea of money and perience of mankind has proved that this consists of coin with such paper substi Â¬ asks some Democrat to answer his arpu-tin-tutes as nro readily converted into coin I will attempt lo do bo Ho lays down the proposition tbat tlio at par Respectfully O P Uusn value of money varli s inversely ns its CUSTER quantity or in other words that a smaller volume of money causis low prices and The people of this vicinity are through a largo volutins of inofny result in high Support of this proposition he housing tobacco prices In Our boys go to Western Saturday to quotes tho economists Will and Itecords and he could not have better authority play a match gamo of ball The advicatc of sound money wishes Last Saturday was a big day at this that the Populists would bo entirely place Town full of people guided by their writings Tiicy both Dr J M Meador has purchased u now condemu unlimited issues of irredeem organ for his daughter Mattie able paper currency and all measures for Buck Whitworth and Hob Dell of Gar- Â¬ artlllual inllatlou They also recognize field are in Louisville this week Greshains Law which teaches that an Messrs George Hall John Cook and inferior legal tender money will always Ab Oliver attended the Owensboro fair drive the superior out of circulation We hear a great many farmers say ou Heuce it is that an irredeemable issue the account of dry weather they will not of paper money would as its first effect drive all the coin out of circulation and get to sow a full crop of wheat thus wo would have exchanged money Prayer meeting at this place every of universal acceptibillty for that which Sunday night Wo are glad to say it is was current only in our own country well attended and is accomplishing some This is not a matter of surmise there good is no fact more plainly established by Mr Daniel Spradling who has lately history During the civil war and the returned fiom Texas has purchased a years Micceeding it there was no coin in tract of laud near Irvingtoii where he circulation Tho legal tender greenback will move in the near future sent gold to a premium and it ceased to Wo understand that John Handy start Â¬ circulato as money and became a com Wo are ed last Sunday for Colorado modity on the market sorry to havo him leave us but hope is true that this inflation made high It Tho him success in his new home prices but they were unstable The Teachers Association which was wild fluctuation helped no one but tho speculator If the farmer received high held here last Saturday was well attend- Â¬ prices for his products he in turn paid ed Wo are glad to seo tho teachers exhorbitantly for what he consumed take an interesting part in exchanging Wages calculated in gold wero not high opinions when compared with the cost of food GARFIELD and clothing Tho statement of your correspondent Farmers aro busy sowing wheat that all money is flat money is emphat- Â¬ Clarenco Board went to Custer Sunday ically untrue If the government should B Whitworth returned from thocity cease to provide the peopio with a circulating medium they would choose some Monday Apples are being sold here for 50 cents subatanco tho intiinsic value of which makes it generally acceptable and coin per bushel it into a medium of exchange and stand Miss Nannie Board is visiting in Vard of value Tho fiat of tho government Owensboro does not add to tho value of the gold Mrs Ditto returned to her home in contained in a dollar but merely certi- Â¬ Brandenburg Friday fies as to its purencss and tiiis coiild be Miss Mary McCoy and Maud Smith done by any reputable ossayer His statement that the volume of mon Â¬ were in town Saturday Miss Nannie Board attended tho fair ey is decreasing while the population ia increasing is also untrue The treasury in Owensboro last week repot ts show tho average circulation Mrs Mary Legrand was the guest of from 1850 to 1860 to have been 1485 per Mrs Mattingly Thursday capita it is now 2410 for each person Misses Nanio and Ora Compton visited There hasnover before been such a sur- Â¬ MibS Lyda Macy last week plus pfmonoy in bank at financial cen- Â¬ Miss Sarah Driskell has just received a ters H now lot of millinery goods What gives color to tho arguments of Mr James Compton contemplates ho Populists is ihe fact that prices in moving back to his old home soon general havo materially lowered all over Mrs James Skaggs who has been tho world during the last twenty years but if J II A will read David A Wills quite sick for sometime is still no better Itecont Economic Changes ho book Mr John Meador of Big Spring passed will flud an examination into tho causes through town Saturday with a fine lot of of the decline in prices which will con- Â¬ cattle vince him that cheaper production and Prof Barron of New York ia the distribution are responsible foi nearly guest of his sister Mrs A P Norton all tho changes this week Again his argument that a lessened The feather renovators have left us volumo of money has lowered prices and now some of the girls are wearing staates tho uncontrovertible fact that in long faces recent years tho wages of labor have ma Â¬ Mrs Anu Hook and daughter Miss terially increased all over tho world In No a visited in Garfield last Suturday Â¬ our own country leaving out tho temporary effect of the present panic the fact and Sunday There was quite a small crowd hero stands that the laboring man can buy more of the necessities of life with his took advantage of the cheap rates to Lou- Â¬ days wages than ever before in its hlsto isville Monday ty Mr Dock Carman aud family have As for tho panic from which wo aro moved to Louisville whore they will re Â¬ just recovering it was most certainly side in the future precipitated by tho attompt to put into daughter of 8 It Mies Ida Moredock partial effect tho cheap money theories Moredoek died at her home in OwensÂ¬ advocated Uy your correspondent The boro August 25th 1894 government had a vast circulation of Mrs Kate Jarrett who has been visit Â¬ greenbacks silver dollars Bilver certifi- Â¬ ing her sister Mrs F M Hoardreturn cates and treasury notes for tho bouds of ed to her homo hi Stepheusport Monday which a gold rescrvofund was held iu Mrs Anna Ackerniau of Houtton Under the law of 1800 the treasury gold redemption Tex Mies Essie Hoard of tho Hardins treasury notes with a Mrs F privilege wore issued in payment for sil- Â¬ burg Collcgo visited their aunt were scarcely issued M Board Saturday and Sunday ver bullion and they before tlioy found their way back to the 4 good tyUmi um tie treasury in exchange for gold which ws of a ruiwluwumuLDim vi A rapidly depleted The people began to accouiplishul by tliu tuy of Or Medical DisIlerees OoUlen lose confidence ip Hie ability of the gov covery A long procession of ernment to koep all Its currency at par dWusea start trom a torpid and the result wad a panic Tho repeal liver and lnipuro blood Tuko It m you ought when you of the ShermanAct has gradually re Â¬ feel the tint lyinntoma iun- uur low of apputfto dullness stored confidence and the outlook for wid youll tsuvo oprtMsIon us not darken yourself from somoUilug o the future is bright rlou it by a recourse to further minus flnao nppetUlng mtorntlvo As V cial experlmente If tho currency ia to be tonic anto repel dUeao and changed w4 should mako if better not ralld up tho needed tleth and ttrotigUi tbero nothing to Every dollar in circulation equal It It route every organ worse should bethe equal of every other dol into licaltbfyl action purine enrich tlw blood brace lar and as gold it the money of the high Â¬ and tho wltAM yktenrand Tfc- up est clvilizatlei every coin of currency Horm uauii jhui vigur Ver aver jtUMiaa cauwl should exchange with ii at par by a UtoonJopevi liver or Your corrwipendeut thinks an injury impure uiooo it oiuy uaruH- hw been done he debtor by the lowerÂ¬ itw rsmauy nw ing of prjeeg Auppoge his Is Jlrue dots aoMi c ueuMii u ii you it wiHtwly HhtUw to arbitrarily raise or sure your hay pfieeN by W W of adepweUted ourrea- - moitagr Nok MISTAKES PEDA60G jj Pours bo mo Hot Shot Into Tho Iron Clad Sides of tho Humorous and Satirical Sirocco Â¬ Aud Vents Â¬ his Unpatriotic Spleon by Calling tho President Bad Namos Â¬ SPEAKS OF THE NOMADS Ky Sept 28 180L Week before Inst in tho News Sirocco said It Is astonishing at this age of tho world how many people there aro who possess reasoning powers men who havo battled along through life until they have reached the age when reason one of the greatestattributes which God iu Ids loving kindness has seen proper to endow a sin ciiEscd world with general- Â¬ ly adds more feathers to our wings will d sillier themselves to be duped their minds to become unbalanced by the sweet sounds from slick tongues enclosed in fronts of brass by peopio who are knpwn to lead nomadic lives who nro tossed hither and yon over the world havo no settled homes dont want any It is astonishing it is indeed Won- Â¬ der if Siroccos pinions dont grow weary soaring so loftily and remaining so long on the wing 7 Wonder if ho doesnt sometimes almost lose his bref while in ttio vast aerial realms of empty imagi- Â¬ nation They mix about over the world come in contact witli all kind of people meet with life in all of its fazes That is to say these nomads do But a few lines abovo Sirocco has them tossed hith- Â¬ er and yon over tho world making them tho passive recipients of an impelling and irrcsistablo force XSow he makes them an aggressive earnest set of fellows who come in contact with all kind of people meet with lifo in all of its fa2es Yes tho nomad bos met many fazes but Sirocco is one of the most original and peculiar fazes he ever had tlio pleasure of meeting His style of spelling is peculiarly his own and his use of capital letters is so liberal as to lead one to believo tbat tho News had run short of small typo In their meandcrings nrouud the world they havo acquired so great n knowledgo of the political situation es Â¬ pecially tho silver question that when they speak men bend forward mouths wjide open fixed as it wero by the great weight of knowledgo oc oc Failing lo reach the peopio with their boozo tipped tongues from the stump oc oc oc But just a few lines above Sirocco has informed us that the nomad did reach the people and that it was astonishing to see so great n number of men bend forward with wide open mouths listen ing to his How of eloquence suffering themselves to be duped hoodwinked oc Sirocco is evidently a good by him Democrat ho indorses contradictory propositions with as great facility as tho best of them His conscience possesses tlio intrinsic property of elasticity to a very creditable degree They are nothing under Gods heav Â¬ OI yes they en but political agitators We havo it on no less authority aro than that of the gieat critic Sirocco him self that they are nomads and book agents Sirocco should not bo quito so reckless in his use of languugo or ho may soon enjoy as great a reputation for as ho now enjoys as critic voracity and writer Zounds isnt it funny how somo statesmen spring up like mushrooms Very funny Tako Grovor Clovoland for example Only a few years ago he was known only as the Buffalo hangman and as an ordinary libertine And now what a change Tho whole Democratic party or what is left of it pay him hom Â¬ age and reveronre as tlio great highpriest y and consort of Wall street and Zounds it of tho Democratic party is funuy Tho nomad does not confine his work to political agitating and selling Bibles He also supplies spelling books and grammars and lm will readily furnish ono each of these to Sirocco at a reason able price Neither is tho nomad given to fierce diatribes against those who the majority of the thinking whom people of the United states put in oflico Cleveland received 5550 512 votes all othor candidates 0501077 votes major Â¬ ity against Cleveland 018415 votes Si Â¬ roccos inclination to sour is so strong that his vivid imagiiutlou lures him away from tlio path of fair criticism into dark and doubtful regions Popu says Fools rush in where angels fear to tread It cannot be foretold what inscription will be placed on Siroccos monument at his departure hence How would Amor hood-winkeÂ¬ step-daddÂ¬ Paynesviue nt Fublio Speaking tim of lils keen shafU of satire crank political agila hayseed Inllatlonist The Democratic candidates of llreck tin but dont nttempt to meet his argu liiritlpi county will speak at the follow- Â¬ ments sneer and scoff at him like n true ing times and places v courteous gentleman and worthy dleri Union Star Thursday October I pie of Chesterfield but dont meet him Webster Friday October 5 In debate Tlio wandering Nomad will Irvingtoii Saturday October 0 return to Meade county in a very short Hardinsburg Monday October 8 Wonder whether Sirocco tlio tlmo Garfield Tuesday October 23 Â¬ worthy follower of the Prophet and gal Bewleyville Wednesday October 24 lant champion of tho Demoeiutic party Big Spring Thursday October 25 will then emerge from his lair in his Hudsonville Friday October 2J glittering coat of armor decked tho gor- Â¬ Custer Saturday October 27 geous plumes in his shining helmet wav Â¬ Westvlew Tuesday October ISO ing his beautifully poised brass tipped McDanicls Wednesday October 31 javelin in tlio suns rays gleaming tho Hock Vale Thursday November 1 eatth beneath his mighty trend tremMattingly Friday November J bling lils heart with the courage of Cloverport Saturday November 3 Achilles throbbing to defend tlio dear The llepublicans nud Third party can old Democratic party Wo gu ess not didates for counly olliccs aro respectfully Tho undoubted talents of Sirocco aro invited to attend and participate in the conceded his superior genius unques Â¬ debates J E Movaucii C D C C tioned his honest motives undoubted and wo sincerely hope the time is speed Â¬ ily coming w lien he will align himself on the side of tho great plain people and employ his great abilities in tlio rauso of a new aud a better civilization Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ivory 60AP t S THE PROCTER GREGORY WHARFMASTERS Shingles Laths Cement CO Lime CL0VEHP0RT KENTUCKY Alio Wholesale ami Ketail Dealers In Yollow Pino Flooring and Coiling Brick Blinds Sash and and all kinds of Building Material Doors bole Agents for Hair Homostoad Oiled Fortilizoro Bono Moal and Troy OrJers uccouipanlned with tha cash promptly Floats OAMOLE CO CIMTI BANK or EAlDINSBiraCr Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 600 B F i EAKD President WILL MILLER Vloe Preildent M II BEARD Cashier O W BEARD - Dlr tor MORRIS ESKRIDQE I R M JOLLT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS V -- PEIOa When catarrh attacks a person of scro fulous diathesis the disease is almost sure to become chronic Tho only clllca cious cure tnerefore is iVyers Sarsapa rilla which expels scrofula from the sys Â¬ tem and tlio catarrh soon follows suit Local treatment is only a waste of time Â¬ P0II1W A visitation is necessary from you to our store to be convinced of the fact BEST FOR SHIRTS V The Old Reliable Firm GEO YEAKEL CO BEWLEYVILLE Din Mn Editor You kindly published my Salutatory and I suppose you mean by that that you accept my ser Â¬ Whatever may vices as correspondent be the opinion of tho reader ns to the quality and quantity of tho News from Bow ley ville we find it a little refreshing to be spoken of at all In meandering around during the past week I havo found out that Miss Mary Paul went off to the Hill Grove neighborhood to visit Miss Ida Shumate and Miss Ida camo homo witli her in return for tho favor That Mrs Annie Pennington who lias been quito ill is convalescent and too Horace Itigsby broko ono of his arms one day some time ngo Howard Drury broko ono of his arms these boys are play partners and sharo alike joys and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That Our purehnhses have been ex Â¬ To pleaso any ono in variety To accommodate our bjg trade we lxwe pur chased very heavy from over stocked factories wo will be able to bo the leaders iu low prices Sinco tlio tariff question lias been settled Dry Goods vl be higher our prices will bo lower FALL STOCK We will offer now 4 c II Has again made preparations for buying an immense Hoosler Brown Cotton for the un Â¬ heard of prico Empire Cliallics worth 72 our traordinary large this year prico One lot wove tilling Diess worth 10 nml llc our pritu t I sheets good note paper 12 Lead pencils for 4 Clothes brush for Ono lot II P Corsets Fancy Ginghams wortli 10c 24c c ioods Tic Gents CLOTHING tic 5 c 5 c papers tacks You will be nmaed Good purse worth loc for 5 c when tho price you Good heavy blacking brush worth 23c for 10c 12jc our 7Jc price See our picture frames for 25c 50o and Si Ono lot silk finished Suspenders 15c worth 25c for If you need Clothing it will pay you to see us We invito you to visit us woes v Miss Zelina Strother of Big Spring is visiting her cousin Maggie Hardaway and conies down to church so our young men got a glimpso of another sweet girl Thos J Jolly has sold olo Johnson How he is to work and manage Ids farm Â¬ -- without him nobody knows Mr Tom Paynes kitchen was burned on Tuesday night supposed to have been set on fire by some ono who had a grudge against him Bert Drury and ono of her little A childrens disease brothers aro sick sore throat and fever is going the rounds now hear SHOES That aro comfort Â¬ able to all HATS and CAPS Tho swellest Fall styles FURNISHING GOODS Beyond ques- Â¬ tion G ive us a look we will do the rest G EO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY Ladies- Greatest NEW DKESS GOODS variety HOSIERY An unequaled line GLOVES No taiiff this year FLANNEL A11 grades NOTIONS Assortment excellent The Grand J ury So is M Is In Session at Hardinsburg Several of our Bewleyvilllans went over to Mrs Munfords sdo Saturday Tho farmers mako every edge cut these days to got tho corn cut wheat sowed and vegetables gathered in Jack Frost threatens and somo cold clear We nigtit soon hell slip upon us havent tho plenty we set out to havo in tlio spring but thero is sufficient for us to live on comfortable and wo hope when Thanksgivings Day comes to bo ready to celebrate in good stylo Miss Molllo Clarkson of Louisville is visiting Miss Jennie Cox Miss Lulio Nunnolly our music teach er boards at W II Cains We all want to know why Miss Jennio Ib Cox looks so pleasant these days there anything up of a pleasant naturo or is it tho effect of tho lovely weather At the end of tho first month Friday Oct 0th in the afternoon Misses B Ada and Maggie gavo a quiet entertainment at their school Tho Epworth Leaguo held its monthly Literary meeting October Otli at nght in the Methodist church The topic was Considering the great Temperance evil wrought in our land and country by the use of whisky they could well afford to agitate this subject Tlioy handled it in speech in essay in recitation and in song and it is believed did good Bro George Cundiff who has been our preacher for three years past was He failed to put iu his ap Â¬ returned pearance at the Saturday appointment but Sunday morning lie came and preached ono of his best sermons Methodist people liko him very well Jacob and Meyer BIG SPRING KY Ail U THAT Co doing business at Meyer their old stand in Buras Dont overlook this hold a court of inquiry if See them and fact Weigh you please on their stock and prices and youll hand tho ovidenecs of worth well in a verdict that thoy soil tho cheapest and best Goods in Brcckcnridgo county Stock complete everything a farmer wants with tho tariff off TASTE mouth indicates your In M MEYER J C CO BURAS KY HARPER DANIEL BROOKS Bllo and shows that your bloods wrong NEATS SARSAPARILLA will set your blood right cure your Dyspepsia Aches Nervousness Pains Tone you up all over one bottle and be sure to 1 BOURNE J M and and BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Try ask Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLE BOURBON STOCK YARDS HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl F for Neats Â¬ It Â¬ -- Somo folks will think that Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey is no better than tho Neats Sorsaparilla ia for aalo by common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves A R FISHErVDruggl3t that its the best on earth For sale by Cloverport Ky Iiaynes Cloverport Dr It Short McMullin McDaniolsjM Meyer II Co Buros Geo Heysor Constantino 3PEEDY and LASTING RESULTS Drury Bennett A A Taylor Hosetta Simple Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irv No Inconvenience 10 1 f tin git ute ABSJLnilLT IIIHBB ington Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield thB M thuu front any injurious tubiiance UIOZ ABE0UED9 BSSUi0 Ky A H Morris Big Spriny Ky W CUARANTEQ CURE or refund our none rlre M300 par bottle Send 4c lor IfMllli In Memoriam CUK3IONT MEDICAL CO Boston Mom Diod August 14th Little Edgar West verltalisvincifdo son of P N and Alllo West aged oue MOST IN QUANTITY BE8TIN QUALIT Normiul canvassed Siroccos home year nlno months and fourteen days county aud repeatidly and courteously Tlio death angel has again visited our invited any Democratic gentleman in neighborhood and taken another bright the county to meet him before the peoÂ¬ jewel from our midst Weep not father Sirocco mother and little sister God knows best ple in joint political discussion was present at some of those meetings little Edgar la not ri ad but sleepeth WHITES GRE1M but he never deigned to meet Nomad A precious one from ui U gonv A voice we loved Ii itlllcJ on any occablon But no sooner had No A place Ii vacant la our home mad departed from the county than tho Which never can be filled FOR 20 YEARS gallant Sirocco was shooting arrows at Has led all WORM Remedies School books and school supplies at back Siroccos article ia iunny at his I EVERT BOTTLE 8UARANTEED timeat at others satirical and again Babbages HOLD HV AII UKUUOIKTH hia spleen mroa to predominate when Or Prkea Craam Baking Powder y IKHMHM IIIIMIII COi T IMII Call the poor vic quit denunciatory WwMi Pair Htffcwt K4J 4 Wfleau KY - SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTBOWLING GREEN Business College BOWLING GREEN w FATPEOPLEiTV oatmri ESTABLISHED COLLEGE IN 1BTS SOUTHERN Normal School BUSINESS SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL I eataloirue CHEBKT BROS EnglUli Teachen Scientific and Claule TlieKreitlJulneMTralnlneSchoololtheSouth Muilc Art and Elocution provided Hook Keeping Short liand Telegraphy Type 1 Coutiei Writing and Penmanship Pupils can enter at I for Low rate of board and tuition bend lor any time Send lor catalogue Montloa Oouna dulred Uf Addmi Proprt Bowling OreM Ky WORMS Â¬ vermifuge mammmmmmmmtmmJmmtmmmtmmmmm mmmmmmS k ITVl Maagajeg AijlHii -- -- ww maaliwi WS Hf wiftrfrM K I M T - J Ti FwzWHr f THR BREOKENRIDQK Tiik best men the prudent men both BRANDENBURG and Republicans think Hoard Jno V 0 Babluge Editor and Prop tUtri and Miller ought In quit their foolish Charlie NeviU has a llgld form of X wrangle No good can eoino out ol it to fever cither patty Wo dont want another WEDNESDAY OOTOIEU 10 1811 Mr Joe Phillips visit d relatives at tho Grossltichardson affair in tills county bottom last week a Tear In Adtance BnbietlpUen Price 100 You have said enough gentlemen Mr S P Wool folk has been much If Paid at the End of lha Year 125 Please change tho subject and let tho wojuc but Is fcomuw hat Improved procession move on quietly I nm glad lo know our friend Mrs Guedry of Ikron is gutting well Hkuiien thinks now that what Thos Mr Gus W Richardson heard the DEMOCRATIC TICKET W rocs man said of politics Is true Hon A 1 Montgomery here last Satur Â¬ Ior Congress day ALEX II MONTGOMERY Now watch thofurflyoffof Smith Wag yr George Frymiro was up last week Ior County Judge goners back when Judgo Murray and to see Ids wife who is at Judge Wool- JOHN ALLEN MUKKAY Copt Ahl get a whack at him folks NETWS HARDINSBURG H GLOYERPORT KY PRESTON Addle Breckenridge News Democrat L W TIME TABLE OOIHO WRSTt KABT laisengef Daily arr Itardlntturt 1212 pm OUINO 0 Knott a Littlo School Girl - Pioncr Pally arr llardlmburg T40 a in Writes nn Interesting Hit torical Essay- HATS tfflmftTftjTffflfttrtfTtwtTTrttf Â¬ Mih John II Heimh ys little child has Mit Eiuioii - In order to encourage been quite ill my pupils In composition writing I Mr Gabo Maltingly hits boon sick of promised lo havo the best essay written by them published in your valuable typhoid over for soino time Miss Etta May Allens paper on James Klnchcloe tho jeweler can suit paper Tho Biography of Christopher Columbyou both in quality and prlco us was conceded to be the best in the Mr and Mrs Jtsw Whitworth wentlo school but too lengthy for publication visit Mr aud Mrs John Heston Miss Addie Knott a littlo Miss of 0 years Mr Joshua Burbridge of Spring Lick For County Attornev of age in the fourth grado wroto tho en- Â¬ v Mrs Virgil Hardin of Holt visited MILTON BOAKD closed paper on Preston which I cop Watch Judgo Hoard aud Reuben MlM Mrs Martin and Mrs Herndon last was hero last week visiting friend Mrs Percy Heard went to Union Star led and corrected and now send you for ler on tho road and youll seo them eat week Ior County Clerk last Sunday to visit her fathers family publication Now Mr Editor wo know It C KICHAKDSON ing possum aud sleeping together Mr and Mrs Thos J Ditto and little Mr John Jar ctt wife and child were tltat you like nil good people are in Ior Sheriff Virginia are in Hardinsburg for a visit hero last week visiting J rs John Hook terested iu the public Bchools and would ttTtftTtttTffltTTtTTTtmttttttttTttt F K ItHODES Asn where was Jo Taul when the of a few days Â¬ crowd went out For Atscior James W Wright bought tho jack never refuse to lend a helping hand toMiss Jcnulo Woolfolk is some brighter HKNKY GAKNEIt Sam Jones from Wm Heard last week wards encouraging its pupils that is why we take the liberty of asking space in And then stood Minor freezing for a these pleasant days but Is not ablo to Prompt attention to all will be my tho News for Ior Surveyor come down stairs this purposo and trust you speech A A LallEIST motto James Klnchcloe tho jeweler will grant Very respectfully it Mrs Herndon and Miss Maud are in Hardinsburg lorjnller Mus Chas 0 Ghaiiam Holt for a visit of a week or two They confiThe Democrats in Indiana feel KMrs R 11 Pierco and Mrs P V Dun J S DeJEKXETTE - rrnsTON dent that they will elect their state tick- Â¬ will visit Cloverport FOR Ahl THE can of Cloverport were visiting friends For Coroner et and several Congressmen this year Mrs James Fairleigh expects to visit Preston is a small village situated on hero last week WM EMBKY Tho Republican bluster about hard times her daughter Mrs Chaptzs Wathen of tho Brandenburg and Stcpbensport road Will and Hook went Messrs and the awful state of business is not Owensboro this week at the crossing of tho Webster rod Con- Â¬ through to the Owcnsboto far last week cordia Wo warned having the desired effect in old Hoosier We told you so Keubon roads There is also a lower Beulah Fontaine and Mabel Simmons you wo plead with you and yo wouldnt Tho Democrats over there are going to have new pianos and it is useless to add on their wheels Preston a short distance down the road Was it a buzz stick to their party Now where nro you at Mr Robert McGuflln has rented a part from the abovo named thevnre In an Eden ou earth of Mrs DeJernetts residence nnd has saw or n cyclone that struck you Upper Preston consists of a storo liouse VOur young friend Clarence Neafus has moved Ills family there Gov McKlnley of Ohio Is taking n nnd three dwelling houses It lias Wo havo just opened the largest nnd most taken unto himself a wife and tlioy nre Tiik Wholesale Grocers Sugar Trust run through bo mo of the western states Musical instruments purchased of mo twelve inhabitants Tho first dwelling Kentucky gro and making speeches from tho railroad house keeping in Lebanon Ky in Illinois has busted never loso their soft sweet tone James house was built in 1831 the school house Tho signs of autumn weddings arc Kiiicheloc Hardinsburg ccro will fall in lino next Then wo shall cars The Governor is not out so much completo lino of HATS shown in the comity about 1840 and tho first business house have thoso Rood old times the Hon for tho good of his party as ho is to giye plainly visible and I do hear other names Mr S J Brashear is tho Mr T O Lowis has sold his interest in about 1883 John W Low ia so eloquently pictured himself a boom for the Republican nom Â¬ in brackets and tlui dictum has gone the jewelry business to Jimmy Kindle present merchant aud is repairing and forth for unions before the snows fall J2 pounds of sugar for a dollar ination in 00 loo Mr Lewis will continue to do the otherwiso Improving his property Mr S W Bassett is building a new barn Clinton Crutclier of Garrett was in repairing the Lowest It lias been argued and predicted by The school house isof great interest to town last Saturday and reports a white GLENDEANE Rev Bozarth has just closed a weeks the Democrats for many years that if frost out there on Friday night We protracted meeting out at Antioch us children as our main hope of getting wool were once put on the free list that near the river had n very light one There were soveral conversions and two an education depends on tho schools A good number of our citizens will the woolen mauufacturies would be tnoto taught there We have twenty four pu- Â¬ Â¬ additions to the church Mr Thos Tearc who lias been confinprosperous and tho price of wool would hear blackburn at Hardinsburg pils enrolled and the majority of them ed at home for some time from painters James Kinchcloo having succeeded attend regularly and are advancing rap- Â¬ go up instead of down as it has contiuu Jeff Owen and Ernest Robertson went poison is improving aud we hope will the well known establishment of T O idly ly done under Republican laws Tiio Co of Ilardinsbtig desires late Democratic tariff law placed raw from Owensboro to Louisville returning soon be at his post in Sunday school and Lewis There Is a lovoly grovo in front of the church still your future patronage lias the first of ths week wool on tho free list aud tho result school house which furnishes a nice Miss Mary Allen who has been here shade for the children nnd where there Mrs Mc Sarley has been quite sick been that wollen factories which have Miss Eva Heston who is teaching at stood idle for many years are now re- Â¬ Jollys Station spent Saturday and Sun since her return to Ixmisvillo She has this summer with Mrs V Danielleft last havo been held soveral enjoyable picnics suming operations and there has been day with Miss Jakio Owen been most kind in sending mo late papers week for Laredo Texas She goes there Religious services are held once a such an increased demand for wool that Wilford Carilkins representing Ginn She has a class in music and is a fine to take a position with Miss Holding in month at tho school house Thero are seven dwelling houses in the training school the price is now continually going up Company of Chicago was here last teacher Tho same Democratic bill has lowered week to sell school and library supplies Mr D F Barnes formeily of this loner Preston and a millinery shop and Mrs W F Griunell will not be con- Â¬ the tariff ou manufactured woolen goods county and a brother of W K Barnes general store combined The post oflico A Lexington contractor is hero tills nected with Misses Drown A Dowden and these articles are getting cheaper as she first intended but will trim at her of tliis place and Mrs Suo W Garrett is located hero and wo have a doctor iu week receiving railroad ties Moorman becauso of it Now the surprising part of the Smithland Ky News were town also ono mechanic and about thirty Dean it Co sold him two hundred car residence on Wtst Hill opposite Catho- Â¬ editor five inhabitants The surrounding of it is that the highly prejudiced Ite lic church Shu will go to Louiayillo the married at Smithland last week loads a r neighborhood is composed of farms be- Â¬ publican wool growers who sell raw Â¬ of this month and will trim in n loth The News failed to chronicle tho mar The boys are pretty well all getting in wholesale longing to farmers who aro energetic and woo and buy woolen goods are still ex- Â¬ house Ssnd your hats to bo riage some ton days ago of Mr Elijah hibiting their ignorance by kicking about from the Owensboro Fair and unless re trimmed or your orders for new ones Board and Mrs Hardin at Rosetta The hospitable people Although we cau not the wrong horse won theyll all be back tho Democratic tariff law Mrs Griunell is too well known as Mibs editor of this department was away from boast of the richness of our land we all in a day or two Minnie Casperko in the millinery line home at the time Mr and Mrs Board manage to live and live well I nover get loncsomo at Preston Rev W W Lambert and wife ar ived to need a word in her behalf for taste will I can see Juwiu Murray makes a good speech makethcir home in tills city stavo wagons passing and repassing also but it is too long Boil her down Judge at Falls of Rough Saturday Ho preach- Â¬ and skill Mr Arcli Goodman was at home last people riding in buggies and on horse- Â¬ Hot shot thick and fast is what the ed his Initial sermon to bis congregation Mr lion A B Montgomery gave usatrue Saturday from Hardin county at that place Sunday back and take it all in all I should bo Republicans need blue straight out talk last Saturday on Goodman lias been in Hardin county all very sorry should circumstances compel Misses Eva Heston and Jukie Owen this summer working on the public mo to remove my homo from Â¬ Preston as Smith Waggoner is a sure enough Pop accompanied by W R Moorman and the important istu s of the day He ex roads He has built twenty four miles I am very happy here delay of the tariff bill and is something of a public speaker too Joel Pile spent Sunday afternoon at plained the He of road by contract Aduie G Knott Smith has missed his calling Ho ought that delightful romantic spot Sand proved the fault lay in the Senate and not in the House and told us that the to have entered politics years ago Knob I would rather trust that medicine treachery of Democrats and policy of A fine head of hair is nn indispensible One E va go wo heard a young lady than any doctor I know of Says Mrs Ayers Hair Vigor Tin tariff is not bothering tho people declare Each pine and fern and ilower Republicans caused the mutilation of Hattie Mason of Chilton Carter Co element of beauty IIo is no maintains youthful freshness and luxuri- Â¬ nearly so much as tho money question at the Knob was lovely but wasnt that the original Wilson bill Mo in speaking of Chamberlains Colic They want more money and the man single Sweet William just too utterly too orator but simply states truths and Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For ance restorcsto faded and gray hair its facts He deals in no anecdotes but original color prevents baldness removes who can tell them how to get it and too Â¬ covers the ground to tiio satisfaction of solo by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky dandruff and cures scalp diseases It what to do to get it is the man they are Board Hardinsburg and Kincheloo The Democrats met in mass conven- Â¬ sure enough Democrats gives perfect satisfaction looking for ho lie Democrat Republican Â¬ Ky tion hero the Gth and nominated candi Populists or what not Last Thursday Mrs W II Gough GUSTON dates for Magistrate and Constable It readied tho sixty fourth mile stone in Court of Claims G Robertson and Willie Carwillo have Health iu this community is excellent No country can Skvatou Vest says her prilgrimago of life and her grand- Â¬ Tho following persons were exonerated the nominations be prosperous with an increasing popula- Â¬ children Miss Isabelle Bruneraud their from paying poll tax Geo II Gregory now Georgo Carwilo is our Republican can faithful Relic of color ananged most We had a light frost hero Friday Closing tion and a decreasing money Wm Witt Jeremiah Norton Joseph the mints of the world to silver has in Â¬ didate for Magistrate His son Willie beautifully a surp ise luncheon for her McGary John Lamptou and Cornelius night Mrs J It Basket and children aro creased enormously the purchasing pow Â¬ is our Democratic aspirant to the consta The dining room and table were artistic- Â¬ Burk bleship Verily the steps of the son aro ally decorated In smilax and lowers visiting in Irvington er of gold and the value of incomes If was the sense of the court that a not always in tho tracks of the father T E Coniff our now section foreman transformed into a bower of beauty bridge bo built across Daniels creek at will move his family hero soon Dad bush peddled whiskey Sunday Her most Intimate friends were bidden The Populists claim they will poll Gleudeane W F Hook and Joe 0 It J Patteson spent a few days last three hundred votes in this county at afternoon meeting in tho woods and a and eacii came witli an offering of love Mattingly were appointed commissioners of cards re Â¬ and esteem Mrs Gough was away from week witli friends in Louisvillo disagreement over a game the coming election look after the work sulted in Daniel Goodman getting an home all tho afternoon was allured up to Miss Clam Adkisson who is visiting Tho sheriff was directed to pay back in Howling Green Ky Is oxpected ugly ten inch knife gash from his tem- Â¬ stairs unusually early and knew nothing Georgia last The State election in ple southward to soma point on his neck of the delightful affair until Invited down SJ 20 railroad tax collected of Geo Payne homo this week week resulted in a majority of over 150 to find a flood of light gifts guests and Tho property not being in the district S S Hollis representing tho Walter 000 for tho Democratic ticket Of tho John Harreli did the work for Goodman W C Moorman was appointed a com Â¬ A Wood M lloth were drinking Dr Dempster was perfume of flowers A happy evening R machine company was ono hundred and seventy five members sowed the wound on the un- Â¬ was passed and all united in wishing a mittee for Yanie Glasscock aud children of the house elected sixty are Populists called and in town last week on business dear kind wife mother and friend many with directions to furnish iter goods etc In the senate there arc seven Populists lucky Goodman Miss Bettle Cain and friend Miss not to exceed o per month Supt Driskeil is abroad in the land happy thrice happy returns Mr Gough and one Republican out of forty four Alico Parrott of Sumter S 0 aro visit- Â¬ Cloverport High School Mr J R Jarboe Samuel Beavin aud ing Miss Cains father near hero members elected Tariff reform and free seeking tho teachers whom lie may visit her genial and congenial other half en- Â¬ TIEI OUT FOU BElTEMDKn coinago of silver were the leading issues and the school children who aro needing joyed the occasion as only ono of his John Dyer were tho candidates for poor 103 S K Carrigan has returned from the Number girls enrolled timely talks Last weok ho came agreeable temperament can his Mr Dyer received a house kecopcr in the campaign 135 Number boys enrolled Presbyterian Association at Louisvillo If you have you aro fortu Â¬ the majority of the votes and was elected 233 Whole number enrolled Ji down and visited and schoolsin here All reports an interesting meeting nate and have Gods best unite 200 enjoyed his talks Tiio ofiico of poorhouso Commissioner and pronounc Average daily attendance Catarrh Cannot be Cured Hakdin county has spent 1773211 A J Thompson and daughter Miss 11 Averago daily absence gift to man You ought to improving her county roads this summer ing him a fit mau for his responsible with local applications as they cannot was abolished 04 Percent of attendance Kate visited the Owensboro Fair last position There is not a man in tho county who is Thocoutt took no action on tho road be good to her look after reach tho seat of the disease Catarrh is 31 Number cases tardiness were pleased with the exhibits A Democratic club is to be organized a blood or constitutional disease and in law 21 Tho question was laid over until week and not well pleased with the investment Number visitors her wants provide for her t hero next Saturday Let other parts of order to cure it you must tako internal next April Tho members of the court Owensboro always has a good air BOLL OF IIONOB as best you can Perhaps Some of our citizens have been very Third year OHva Fallon Blary Ryan McKiniev gave the Sugar Trust half a Hreckcnridgo do Democratic duty as remedies Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken were of the opinion that the roads could successful in raising citrons this season theros a piece of Stella Mullen cent a pound while tho new tariff gives Gleudeane is doing and will do and the internally and acts directly on tiio blood not bo worked to an advantage this wint- Â¬ Ono lady counted twenty six in her gar- Â¬ Second year Sudie Beverly Marion McKinleys gift created tho other fellows wont get done explaining and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh er an eight den and a colored citizen has a still Bowmer Bessie Jarboe Rosa Ryan trust and it is still with us Hut for the how it happened in tinio to fire a X mas Cure is not a quack mediciue It was A tax of 75 cents on each one hundred Margaret Skillman Ernest Boyd Wallie aid of Republican and Louisana Senators gun prescribed by one of tho best physicians dollars worth of property was levied in larger yield Tiio Misses Muuford say they expect Lishen Willie Mullen Sho wants and needs Bring the Democrats in Congress would have Reader if you never wrote for a paper in this country for years and is a regular the railroad district to havo their now house at Irvington First year Lena Haminan Fanny wiped tho whole thing out Mr Mont Â¬ you should try It once You will neyer prescription It Is composed of tho best hor at onco to our store and of Hardinsburg was granted Tho city gomery did all ho could to break up this fully know tho uncertainty of human tonics known combined witli tho lcst the privilege to lay pipes undor ground completed by Christmas Wo hope tho Smith Manulo White see tho now stock wo havo GRAMMAR DEPAKTMINT trust and give tho people free sugar alms if you never enter newspaper cor- Â¬ blood purifiers acting directly on the so as to conduct water from tho roof of weather will prove favorable so their ex Â¬ just put in Well not responding Tho more you hustle tho mucous surfaces Tho perfect combi- Â¬ the court bouse to any public cisterns pectations may be realized Sixth year Adelia Moorman Nellie chargoyoua cont moro for Du Oliver Wendell Holmes tho well more you miss it You seo you want nation of the two ingredients is what they Inight build on the streets of the II Bell received bullditnj material last Gregory Delia Batt Stella Weatherholt known poet and author died last Sun Â¬ to catch the very latest Item and you ask produces such wonderful results in cur- Â¬ town it than youll have to pay at week with which to remodel a business Ella Pophnm Ella Ahl Florence dot- Â¬ He was So for w hat is to bo You are told that Mr ing Catarrh Send or testimonials free day at his homo in Boston other places maybo a littlo house so as to convert it into a dwelling trel Maggie Lewis Carrie Graham D It Murray acted as County Attorney will leavo on to days train and F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 years old Shelby Conrad Moor less for Judge Board who was out in tho Tills Is a movo in tho right direction as Damon Beavin Wo can save you Somebody else will leavo in fiSTSold by Druggists prlco 7rc that Miss wo need a few more dwellings in our man Willis Joe Fallon Lafo Behon county canvass freight any way Wo would Bloodhounds tracked a negro burglar the afternoon to visit at some place for littlo town Mr Bell is an enterprising Wilbur Gregory Walter Oelze like far youio seo tho stock over twenty niilos down in Tennesseo a weok or two Of course you writo it Fifth year Murrel Gregory Winnie Public Speaking Tho way to cure a cough is to stop the young man and has nn eye to the wel- Â¬ lust Saturday enabling tho olllcers to as though it were already done it is Wendclkin Edith Heron Nora IVrrigo It is now anjl bought einco coughing Dr Hells Pino Tar Honey fare of the community Hon Mat ODoherty of Louisville capture him IIo was an ex convict and printed as you writo it and it never Ky will address the people of Breckeu cuts loose the mucous heals the lungs Hallle Warfiold Irene Jarboe Marlon the now tariff went into A letter received hero lust week from had been guilty of a number of daring comes to pass then tho pcoplo think you ridge county Saturday October Rtth 01 and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip iiuuiir xim tiaujifvuu iviiuur uuiiw effect Mrs G E Smith nee Miss Henri Coin man Ira Behen David fcay Isadora wholo tiling Sometimes at Hardinsburg and at fabricated the robberies cougli in one night For sale by Short Cloverport at slates that alio and iter husband are Popham Charles Zircle Edmund Wroe youll miss getting important happenings night A IIaynesCloverporl Dr R HMcMul pleasantly located in Cincinnati and are Frank Haswoll 0 It 0 0 INTERMEDIATE DElABSMKNT Wk respectfully call tho attention of and you aio adjudged to b prejudiced lin McDaniels j M Meyer A Co Bursa much pleased with their new home Fourth year Charles Couch Charles tho Hon Clias Blanford and Mr Thos against tho persons concerned Again The earlier symptoms of dyspepsia Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Such bright and cheerful temperament Lalleist Cal Lishen Malconi OBrien Geo WEBSTERv KY J Jolly to the condition of the woolen youll attempt to grow fucotlous and hoarthurn and occasional headaches Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowloy as siioapossesses woum certaipw make a James Younger Ferry Wendelkin Lena Camp GracTo Sallle Svraiigot mills in the Hon W L Wilsons district somebody will threaten to Hog you should not bo neglected wlafcfc Mary Ytwaer Katie Yeawr Tako Hoods ville Ky W E Brown IryingtonKy Maude Witt home anywhere a liappy Hereafter wo shall Things aro booming up there in spite of over such stuff Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Jesse Bolder N0TI0ES Sarsaparilla to bo cured The remains of Henry Kasey o The mills confine ourselves to plain statements to tho Wilson bill and freo woo Third year Wearda Graham Willis All pcrioiK Indebted to thi citato ofll II Morris Big Spring Ky decerned or to the ti fin of J it cold and proven facts Â¬ If it is a mar- Â¬ Newton Emma Ahl Willie Owensboro arrived hero Thursday after Lewie John cant keop up with their orders not Harry Morduo of tho Texa passed noon and were interred Friday at the Ahl Clara Dyer Niua Corley Mattie ctt and save com All pertoni h iylne claim Detectives Needed Here withstanding they arerunnlngon double riage elopement death visit melee Graham Ethel Heron Leal I a Newton lTlnt the ettato or Henry H birth engagement or what not it must up on tho train Friday from the Owens dced nd Kulnit the Itte firm o II K IEb tlrno SuperiutendeLt Chas Aingo of tho family burying ground near Big Spring Emma Tinlua Maggie Wroe Harry was in fine spirits boro air to hereby notcfled to produce theml beforeSm mi be an established occurrence before wo Tiio deceased formerly lived atllig Spring properly proven rfilUAKV DEPARTMENT road had done a splendid busi Â¬ National Detective Bureau Indianapolis Said his WSnKANKxVcutor Candidates hunt for voles all day and dip ink to tell tho world If you bco It ness during tho week and it looked like Ind announces that two or three capa Â¬ but located at Owensboro about ten Second year Annlo Boyd Annie Jar Â¬ HodJUck Kv His deatli was caused by boe Leoaaid Gregory Ben OBrien r go possum limiting with the boys st here believe it ble aud trustworthy men aro needed in years ago i old times again T Tl LL l Ho leayoe a wife and three 8AT erysipelas rOK night You cant down tho average can Â¬ this county to act as private detectives i One hundred and eighty acretfjand vin May Berry Hattie Laslle Katie School books and school supplies Bab- Experience in children who will sadly mlstf the kind didate uriJorhls instructions Fon Sale Drug store in Iryington the work is not necessary to success and loving companion and father Ilia Moorman Edna Mattinglv Bertiia Mat Â¬ llardlntbunf Hartford anil ftoilljoiS5 bagos tingly Mary McGavock Esther Popham doing a good buslnefs A chanco to IIo edits a largo criminal paper aud will many friends Byinpathiza with Ids widow Wattle Willi Julia Wroe Pearl Sam ty 1hlandUunderxKl feilcc foty acrea Blah Tkusts as we know them can not exist ivLlitatting- V Hiring J houw andUtl ofcultlvatk make money reason for selling want to send it with full particulars which will and children in their bereavement oAitr arm build De Â¬ pley Courtney Babbage Paul Lawia NOTICK is Great Britain Where the whole the Eddie mliBi Fred Newton Ohaa Inga pd wllhln one mile of Hwh Val Chas Stlth brotier-jti-lacbaugo my business of T R 1 wamt every nan and woman In the UolUa you may enter the proles-- ceased waa a explain how word is free to como in and compete no Statu laUrtiUU la Ut Opium aud Wttliky Hafl Wad Witt o PifcKfVrtbar luu Uoorma WSpAag and Chas Moor OBrian Lw Laslle Harry Loo an John tarnja trade Tor other land IndlanapoHe J lliularacalleaeraddreM Carman have J II ttut mb corner the marketW L WIN kaMU toJttMreuonM of bt feeoU on taata di Dr Prlce5 CrMm Baking Powder sion by addressing him at JOHNillAWAlKKV SuiMriatMdeqt hi a8ua one winMb Wolley Atlanta U Iwd 4 Box wat yoofrt j mn of jBwenslroro RiHkValijKy Made Meat Perfect SIX PAGES H hats- - J Â¬ Â¬ HATS Head Gear Â¬ Family 4 Prices as usual Â¬ COME AND SEE US VET Farm Sale for Â¬ Â¬ One farm of 150 acres well improved with 1000 apple trees bearing within three miles of Irvington Ky Also one farm of 225 acres one mile South of Bewley ville Kyv Will sell cheap on easy -- - ti el m payments For further particulars address Â¬ WJPiggott IRVINGTON KY Have You a Wife Furniture - Kl o - A m i PayneCdmpton nn V r V Ilil 41 V 7 rmtv ifP nmmrto JTI TKP V vr T S TKtJS BRRGRNRIDGR or that shrinks away on the approach of danger No country ever waged a suc- Â¬ During cessful war by means of gold tho wars with Napoleon in 1707 Eng land found hxrself unable to meet her demands in coin The Bank of England lind exhausted Ha resources until it was unable to further advance on govern- Â¬ ment securities Tho government look charge of the bank ordered it toBuspcud specio payments made its notes a legal tender so that tho notes of the bank were virtually the notes of tho govern- Â¬ ment During this suspension from 1797 to 1810 tho government increased the volume of paper currency until it reached 127000000 Tiie result was a period of prosperity sucli as that country never witnessed since Sir Archibald Alison the eminent English historian speaking of this period says Ushered In by a combination of circumstances tho mqst calamltious botli with reforonce to external security and internal industry it terminated in a blaze of glory and flood of prosporty which havo never since the beginning of tho world de- Â¬ But Eng Â¬ scended upon nny nation land saw another sight Tho traitorous income and capitalistic classes ever alert to sec and seizo overy opportunity to in- Â¬ crease their riches at tlte expense of their fellow creatures secured the pas sage of a law for the resumption of specie payments in 1819and nconsequent contraction of tho peoples currency And this is what tho same eminent historian says of the period following re- Â¬ sumption The distress among the mercantile classes for years after tho dreadful crisis of December 1825 of tho agricultural interests during the low prices from 1832 to 1835 and of tho whole commercial community from 1837 to Wages sank during 18 12 was extreme these disastrlous periods in the manu Â¬ facturing districts so low that thoy barely sufficed with tho great bulk of workers especialy females for the support of Ttds is certainly conclusive existence that gold is any thing but honest monoy MrEditor as you were so generous as to insert my last article on Money giv Â¬ ing it the place of honor first pago and first column and sinco it Is believed that tho publication of these articles will tend to provoke a study of the money ques tiop I ask for the insertion of this and a number of succeeding articles if you can in justice to yourself permit it You doubtless havo several hundred Populist readerp who will appreciate your court- Â¬ esy as much as the writer himself Respectfully J II A Â¬ Â¬ NETWTS CARTOON QLOYERPORT KY ComÂ¬ PUCKS The American Farmer Sells in petition With the World But Buys in Restricted Markets Tho whole tariff question so far as it affects tho farmer is graphically summa rized in tho Puck of August ID The cartoon is entitled The American Far Â¬ merWhere he has to sell and where bo has to buy On one side of tho picture tho farmer is offering products- - corn wheat pork beef etc in tho free trado markets of Europe Ho has to compote there witli Russian Australian and South Amer Â¬ ican farmers It is tho open competition of this market which determines not on- Â¬ ly the prices which be obtains for im Â¬ ported products but also the prices of the greater part of tho same products sold at home Ho competes witli tho cheapest farm labor in the world Ho has no special privileges His share of tho protection in tho McKinley bill was Â¬ Th WerldU Trlkutf to Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Htg het Hoaerj Awarded by the World Colura- bUa Expotltlea Chicago 1803 If Worlds Fair HIGHEST MEDAL awarded to bogus Chi the other sido of the picture the farmer is making purchases of clothing implements furniture etc He is not in the free and open markets of the world whero all manufactures aro competing with each other for bis patronage He is restricted to McKinieys Homo Mar- Â¬ ket and high prices Every thing is marked up according to the tarifl duty placed upon it and to the firmness of tho trust which regulates production and prices of this particular product Mc- Â¬ Kinley put no sawdust in the protect- Â¬ ion which lie gave to tho trusts and man- Â¬ They do not hesitate to ufacturers charge the poor nnd deluded farmer 50 per cent moie than ho would have to pay for bis goods in the same market in which ho sells his products His money goes only two thirds as far witli protect- Â¬ ion as it would and will without it This is all tbcro is to tho tarifl question for the farmer He has been fooled and buncoed in voting for tho gigantic fraud but ho is getting his tycs open and unless Lincoln was mistaken when he said You cant fool all of tho people all of the time there will be some sur- Â¬ prise for McKinley in the returns from next Novembers election in the county districts of the West and North Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder The hlghestvajdwas given on every claim comprising auperiorityin leavening power keeping properties purity and excellence This verdict has been given by the best jury ever assembled for such a purpose backed by the recommend- Â¬ ation of thcChiof Chemist of the United States Department of Agriculture Washington D C yho made an elabor ato examination and test of all the baking powders This is pre eminently the highest authority on such matters in America This verdict conclusively settles tkc question and proves that Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder is superior in every way to any other brand Tho Chief Chemist rejepted the Alum biking powders tUting to the World Fair jury that he considered them unwholesome NoTK BAD MONEY J HA Says That culating Gold Is Anything Cir- Â¬ But a Good and Honest Medium The Supply orMoney is Created By Government And a Stap Is Sufficient BONDS AND NOTES ABE GOOD SB Taducaii Ky Oct 3 1894 Editor following from John 1 Jones of Nevada Is a clear statement of ono of the functions of money In modern civilization nono but mendicants make demand directly for coats hats shoes or other things Wheq men want hats clothes or shoes they do not offer to exchange labor dcctly with the hatter clothier or shoemaker Each ofTers his labor to employers of his own trade and with the resultant money makes an effective1 demand on the hatter clothier or shoemaker All objects jhat are useful to man and are desired by him are thus obtained Jay means of money Hence the demand for money is equivalent to tho demand for all other things and must always be greater than the demand for any one thing The com petition for money therefore is pot on ly incessant but instant urgent im- Â¬ portant and universal So long as men have needs it will bo ceaseless and unre- Â¬ mitting The competition for money therefore is equal to the competition for all other things combined The demand for mouey is equal to the sum of the de Â¬ mand for all other things Again The demand for money is not a variable quantity put is always as great as it is possible to be depending on all the wants of a the people which arc always at a maxlum The Birpply of money is the creation solely pf government as nothing is money until the atamp of the govern Â¬ ment Is piacod on it under the authority of the great law of legal tender Legal tender money can nover decrease In val- Â¬ ue bo lomns their is no increase in its quantity In proportion to population and it can never Increase in value po long as it does ttpt decrease in quantity in propoortion topopulation Inasmuch as it is population that makes a demand for money and without population there would be no such dnaand the Jeat lii tcreaso that should be made to tlia til lyne of nwney would be an Increase That jKirtKJuu with the populatjpn is to say 1ben a given population baa becomo accustomed to a certain quantity of money to which all prices have be Â¬ come adjusted if the population increases at the rate of 2 per cent there will sure- Â¬ ly be needed 2 per cent more food 2 per cent more clothing 3 percent mora houses and 2 per cent more of all ipthjr things that go to supply the JR18 wants Ja iu mucji aatbeee wpnbj pan only be auppliqd by means of uqney it is clear that there should be an Increase of 2 per cent in the quantity of money r The doctrine If light by the disciples of 6hyleckthe eid staajVd advocates is hattbe supply of money in this country Tmiat be made to dspend pn the chance production of gold from the mines fcloue NKws-r-Th- o i becabtfeeyieMfremthtfialB6tjii is sufficient to supply the demands of the people or eey JThU IsntfcBlUjr they sUnd for This is their Ideal of an honest monetary system and hoaet money This Is Grover Clevelands lW this of staWe ewrBy f errney a mo hooet this sUble ale ment Prof Francis A Walker of tho Massachusetts Institute of Technology Gold in hie able work on money says and silver do over long periods undergo greatchanges of value and become in a high degree deceptive as a measure of the obligation of the debtor of the claim of the creditor Thus Prof Jones esti Â¬ mates that the value of gold fell between 1780 and 1809 40 per cent and from 1809 to 1849 it rose 145 per cent while in twenty years after 1809 it fell again at least 20 per cent Here is the gold standard advocates so called unchanging standard of value changing and varying enormously three times in eighty years What would you think of a yard stick for a standard of lineal measure that wouTd measure three feet in 1769 and shrink to only 102 feet in 1809 that would stretch out to 990 feet in 1S49 and shrink back again to 310 feet in 18C97 Such a yard stick would be a mighty good thing to buy by greatest engtb and sell by when at when atta shortest Every financial panic that has scourg ed the people qf any nation since tho bet gipning of the people of any nation since the beginning of the Christian era haa been brought aout by a shrinking vol- Â¬ ume of currency Panics are always and everywhere marked in severity by tho degree of such shrinkage in the money volume The periods of greatest pros Â¬ perity in every country bvavo been mark Â¬ ed by the largest volume of money in circulation in such country The United States monetary commisÂ¬ sion of 1870 composed of three Demo Â¬ crats three Republicans and three Speci Â¬ alists says At the beginning of the Christian era the metallic money of tho Roman Empire amounted to 1800000 000 By the end of the fifteenth ceutury it had shrank to less- than 1200000000 During this period the most extraordi- Â¬ nary and baleful change took place in the condition of tho world Population dwindled and commerce arts wealth and freedom disappeared The people were reduced by poverty and misery to the most degraded condition of serfdom and slavery The disintegration of soci- Â¬ All public ety was almost complete spirit all generous emotions all the no- Â¬ ble aspirations of man shriveled and dis- Â¬ appeared as the volume of money Here is a shrunk and as prices felt vivid and true picture of tho result of a shrinking volume of currency But most of tho Democratic politicians and adher- Â¬ ents to the fortunes of the President stand by tho single gold standard and a shrinking volume of currency becauso be commands them to do so When tho gold and silver mines of Mexico aud Pern were discovered and the seas whit Â¬ ened vith the sails of ships carrying car Â¬ goes of the precious metals to the marts and commerce of Europe energy and in Â¬ dustry revived among tho people the buidens of debt and usury insensibly do parted and universal prosperity and hap Â¬ piness returned Butere told we can- Â¬ not carry on foreign commeree unless we have a monptary system substantially at least In accord with that of the other pjjjqjRle 8atlnat This is a gold stand Â¬ ard lie pure Vd simple uttered to be-ilJer and deceive the people The government pt me uneuoiaiessnapenu edsplcle payments in December 1801 and did not resume till January 1 1879 but this suspension did not Interfere in ffye tightest degree with our foreign com- Indeed during this period of Bietce suspension from 1806 to 18712 marked the flood tide of prosperity in this eeqptry We had aattbegsld standard then Gold coin was not ia circulation to the tant derVwJbl PieJ of payments of customs dues and lifter- ort the puWk debt j AncwMyiun ifanWT by ad faithful frjend yowl tfawdMMar Apj4yW site teM to gold we find It a coward aad trait - eet oeho There is no medicine so often needed in every homo and so admirably adapted to the purposes for which it is intended as Chamberlains Pain Balm Hardly a week passes but Bomo member of tho Whenever a druggist tells you he has family has need of it A toothache or something just as good for coughs grip headache may be cured by it A touch etc as Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey dont of rheumatism or neuralgia quieted you believe It for wo guarantee that it is The sovere pain of a burn or scald not true We make tho genuino and promptly relieved and the sore healed in authorize all druggists to guarantee it much less time than when medicine has The E E Sutherland Co Paducah Ky to bo sent for A sprain may be prompt- Â¬ Haynes Cloytt ly treated before imflammation sets in For sale by Short port Dr R II McMullin McDaniels which insures a cure in about one third Co Buras Geo Heyser M Meyer Cuts of the time other wise required Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury and bruises should receivo immediate Bennetts Co Bewloyville Ky j W E treatment beforo the parts becomo Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols swollen which can only be done when Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Pain Balm is kept at hand A sore Ky throat may be cured before it becomes serious A troublesome corn may be UNION STAR removed by applying it twice a day for a week or two A lamo back may be cured Health of the community good and several days of valuable timo saved Mr C M McGlothlan is having a cis- Â¬ or a pain In the Bide or chest relioved tern dug without paying a doctor bill Procuro a Aunt Kitty Basham is visjting Mrs 50 cent bottle at once and you will never regret it For sale by A It Fisher Clo- Â¬ Nancy Cart A Board Mr LR Adkisson spent Friday with verport Ky and Kincheloe Hardinsburg P Hawkins Mr Courtland Crosson is visiting his What Caused the Hard Times brother in Qlovqrport Judge Hubbard of Iowa says it is the Mr Owen 13 rash ear Is visiting his un- Â¬ existence ol private corporations cle Mr 0 M McGlothlan and family George Gould says it is tho hostility this week to corporations The farmer says it Is tho low price in ffilt and Mrs George Cox dre in Clov- Â¬ erport this week buying furniture wheat The silver man says it is the action of Mr R T Caslnnau is visiting his sis- Â¬ ter Mrs Wm Hawkins of Hites Run Wall street Wall street says it is tbo action of tho Mr John Cart stopped on his way to spent a few days with silver men conference and Tho manufacturer says it is tho fear of relatives here free trado Mrs Cbappqll is visiting relatives in The consumer says it is the tariff Daviess county Sho will attend confer- Â¬ The debtor says it is tho creditor ence while there The creditor says it is the debtor xMre D S Richardson and daughter The Democrats say it is the Republi- Â¬ Miss Sallie Mrs K U Ulcketts ana Mrs Dr Milner attended the annual cans The Republicans tay it is tho Demo-Â¬ conforenco at Owensboro last week crats Benefits or Free Wool The Populists say it is both good effect of putting wool on the The Prohibitionists say it is whisky The free list is beginning to show itself The preacher says it is the dovil Minister Zeballos of the Argentlno We say it is becauso you wont pay up Republic says that the Wool trade in your accounts with this office bos been greatly stimulated that country Now what do you say 7 and that the exports of coarse grades to the United States promise to reach six E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of million dollars this year or three times Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino lost A correspond- Â¬ as great as they were Tar Honey cured his chlldron of whoop- Â¬ ing increase in fine merino wool is also ing cough when all things else failed expected Its a new remedy for all coughs For These importations will now lower tho salo by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr wool and hence will price of domestic R H McMullin McDanlels M Meyer pot hurt American wool growers They Heyser Constan Â¬ Co Buras Geo effect of extend will howover have the tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennott ing the operation of woolen factories Co Bowloyville Ky W E Brown thus stimulating this branch of Industry Irvington Ky Jho P Nichols Garfield and giving employment to more wage Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky earners N Y Herald A Cynioa Views on Women Do not dispute about womens rights It Is it womans privilege to have all tbo fights of man When a woman discovers her first gray hair sho becomes far more amiablo to her sweetheart WQll HQ8Ul A woman only gives her second kiss Medicine of tho Suprior the first must be stolen from her thoetandard However many complimonts you may bToed purifior pay a women she will think that you have not said as much as you havo done A woman who coats down her eyes is generally looking for some ono at her feet If a woman iaa many faults sonsole yourself with the reflection that she aseuea yott- thaj wiat might have a good many more Iiba mired others ThejwayB of reaching a womans heart Emm - i 1 have been known from time lmtrieraorial aMlyethewtliflleuit it is to find the h Another oxnmplo of tho vnriod appli- Â¬ cations of tho system to bo soon in n enfo window daily is a displny of cat nbles upon a heavily frosted table This attraction is secured by mnking for tho top of tho tnblo a shallow closed tank completely filled with brine through which aro passed tho pipes of a refriger- Â¬ ating coil Tho brine being cooled bo low tho freezing point gnthors its snowy covering from tho moisturo of tho atmosphere Abovo it In tho window aro pipes curved to form tho letters of tho proprietors namo Thoy too constitute an expansion coil and glisten with n henvy Snowy coat In n drug storo an elaborate sodn fountain oxposcs not tho customary pictures of frostwork but real frost Tho refrigerating pipes nro ingeniously carried through this foun- Â¬ Whenever tho little children tho la Â¬ tain in such n wny ns to cool without dies or tlie big men want something to danger of freezing tho various liquids regulate their liver or euro constipation and aro exposed toviowin places curved and billlousness Dr Bells Tiny Tonic in fanciful shapes uud presenting n re Tablets is what thay must have They freshing sight of dry white frost W euro and you never feel it Purely vegeta Â¬ W Smith in Cassiers Magazine ble 25c n vial everywhere For Bide The Olscovery Saved His Life by Short Dr llnyncs Cloverport Mr G Caillouette Druggist Beavers It H McMullin McDanlels M Meyer To Dr Kings New says Co Burns Geo Heyser Constan- Â¬ villcIU tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Discovery I owo my life Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physi- Â¬ Co Bowleyvillc Ky W E Brown cians for miles about but of no avail and Irulngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield was given up and told I could not live Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Having Dr Kincs New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottlo nnd began its Hites Run School uso and from tho first dose began to get District No 11 closed its first month better nnd after using three bottles was on Friday Sebt 28 Number enrolled up and about again It is worth its G9 highest number in attendance 01 weight in gold Wo wont keep store or 54 lowest 50 average The system of bouse without it Get a free trial nt A grading recommended by tho state board It Fishers drugstore is being carried out to the of education letter and is proving a success IT EATS GOLD Tho October meeting of tho Clover- Â¬ port magisterial district teachers associ- Â¬ A New Subntaiice With Which the ClieiuUt of New York Are Wrestllnjr ation will conveno at this place on the A now substance which ns yet has not third Saturday in October Tho pro- Â¬ gramme which was published in a late been successfully classified lias been issue of the News is a good one nnd we brought to tho attention of chemists It is called traigo oro sincerely hope that the teachers may Tho discovery enmo about in n pecul turn out nnd thawe may have a profit- Â¬ iar manner A Spaniard who lived in able and pleasant session Our citizens Mexico was on account of political rea will furnish dinner on tho ground and sons obliged to flee from tho country tiiey and tho school children will greet Ho went to Paris but beforo going Ev- Â¬ buried n largo quantity of gold in a tho visitors witli a cordial welcome stout oaken chest in n sccluclod spot come Truly yours O Royalty erybody Recently ho returned nnd dug up his treasure Imagiuo his surpriso to find Every person big little old or young tho chst not filled with tho shining black or white rich or poor who has gold but witli a blnck kind of a paw ever used Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ dor which showed signs of animal life Chomicnl tests havo shown that tho nounce it tho best cough nnd lung rem Â¬ edy ou earth Its true too so we guar- Â¬ black mineral or miimnl which it has not been definitely determined had con antee For sale by Short HaynesClov sumed tho gold A quantity of traigo erportDr R II McMulIen McDanlels oro has been sent to Now York whero M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser tho chemists aro testing for a method to Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury reconvert it to its original composition Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E It is said that gold is lndcstructiblo and Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols that somo procesian bo adopted whoro Cincin Â¬ Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring by tho gold may lx reclaimed nati Enquirer Ky Every mothor should know that croup ACatbolic paper says that tho arch Â¬ can bo prevented The first symptom of bishop of Casliel asked a boy What is true croup is hoarseness This is fol- Â¬ matrimony The little fellow couldnt lowed by a peculiar rough cough If recall the words of tho answer but de Â¬ Chamberlains Cough Remedy is given termined not to be beaten replied Two freely as soon as tho child becomes hoarse or even after the cough has de Â¬ people gotting married your grace veloped it will prevent tbo attack 25 two little boys get married 7 Couldnt Yis your and 50 cent bottles for salo by A R pursued tbo archbishqp groco To two little Fisher Cloverport Ky aud Kincholoo How is that Board Hardinsburg Ky girls your grace Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ let Tho Voter Judge Protectionists ought to be willing to leave tho tariff question to tho personal cxtterlence of each voter Will they over consent to abandon vaguo assumptions nnd ask each voter to count tip what lie gains and what bo loses by atari 117 Put on ono side every man who can eonvlnco himself that bis profits or w ages nro increased by protection Put on the other side the men who cannot find that the McKinley tariff paid their wages and who do not find thoy paid heavy taxes on everything in their homes except food which wns produced luckily by nonprotected farmers Tho taxes were paid on every plank and nnll in their bouses on every coat dress and pair of stockings on needles and thread on bedding and carpets on china glass tinware knives forks pots pans and stoves on tools nnd implimcnts on col- Â¬ lars cuffs hats and buttons Tho ae ago citizen cannot discover that he gets wages from a tariff Ho must be taught that by tbo McKinley ites But ho cannot look at a corner of his home cannot caress his child can- Â¬ not begin ids work without seeing tho evidence of tho taxes lie has been pay Â¬ ing to McKinleyism Let each American judgo tho tariff by what ho receives from it and what he pays out of his earnings to support it St Louis Republic DEFViNQ YHE Mechanical lroccmr 60QbAY3 Iniiiloyeri to Stake Winter Temperature Till Hummer SAVES THE BABIES For Tecthtnc Cholera Infantum Birsv tner Complaint anil other trouble common teblllreaQermturTli beyond doubt the neateet of all ranedtei Kothlnr on eartfc will take calldrea through the trrin ordeal of teething to pleaaantlr eafelr and turelr at Oermetuer They all like to take It and Itaotj like maglo la meeting the troublee ot that erltloal period It la perrtotl harm leu containing no alcohol or opium In anr form whatererr Tboneandl bare tried It and It haa nerer been known to fall Tho effort to bring tho advantages of refrigeration obtnlncd by mechanical processes within tho ronch of small con Â¬ sumers wi tnken two directions tho production of small nnd inexpensive nu tomntio machines nnd n system of supply of tho rofrigerant from central sta tions Tho lnttcr is now in successful operation nt both St Louis nnd Denver In ono of the St Louis restaurants which tho enterprising owner has deco Â¬ rated in n manner suggestive of tho polar regions pipos upon tho walls nro connected with tho street lino so that in sweltering summer ho can turn ou tho cold and dofy tho dog days An nt mosplicro of 13 degrees below tho torn pornturo out of doors has nu enticing Â¬ Â¬ SAVED OUR BABY Mr JT MoAlltiter of Atlanta GamTl HGernwtuer tared our baby Taul carried him iafel through an extremely bad eaie of dyientery and teething and rom a mere skeleton of tkln and boaei It ha mf de hint great big solid obunk of thirty or thirty Bre poundi coolness FAT AS J A PIG JSorORga of Bldon Mluiayit Onr llttle gltf nine raomni old was in a Tory low unimcr complaint aod Oerme- wiiinim her a tuer made fat as a pig Iter rayst I Oxford Atlanta My baby was tick from Its birth and we expected It would die At the age of nine months we began to grre It Qermeluer The effects were tnaglcaT It began to lmprore at once and Is now fet and growing ererr day W Clarke McGregor Texas bitsi Our little baby daughter baa been cured of a rlolent case of Summer Diarrhoea from Teething by the use of Dr Kings Itoral lermetuer She had been redureunearly to a skeleton The first dote of Oermetuer helped her and now the Is well and fat Gerraetueris the thing for children Its good as lemonade to take And ourei slok folks without mlttaka II 00 s for IJ00 Bold by Druggists O fat AND GROWING J well AND FAT Kings Rojal Qermeluer Co Atlanta Ga HUE MILE IIEIW V Correctly weekly by Iumphrcy Iaufer Im dncc Commission Merchant JlSbccond St bet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY Oct 2 1894 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and post office address BUTTER Choice country 14 lrt Medium 11 a 12 Creamery 20 a 21 EQQS Fresh Michigan 14 15 Old or Common and colored Indiana hand picked Nary BEANS 1 75 to 1 85 SO 1 1 to 1 85 Prime white goose Allied Old No 1 FEATUERS 00 to 1 20 31 zu 15 25 M25 20 duck IIIDES Green rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Roosters per lb 3 4 10 3Jf 30 B liens per lb 6 1 50 Spring Chickens per dot 2 SO DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters 5 J to Apples average 4K to 5 POULTRY 12K Apples old Peaches new Peaches old 4 WOOL to 5 Tab washed uroate una Create coarse Merino Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 21 H 23 Barry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Molasses 14 10 10 in l i We quote prices wbarft No 2 oats IIAY ORAIN FEED to day on Louisville OATS 25 30 M 35 4Ji city SB 32 HAY Strictly choic Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN hoice white Choice shelled Good to extra shipping 10 11 10 4 50 13 00 00 a 12 00 00 11 00 75 5 50 42Ji 46 CATTLE 4 00 3 50 3 40 3 00 25 20 50 75 Light shipping Best Batchers 4 25 3 75 3 05 3 25 5 5 6 5 Medium to good butchers HOGS Choice packing and batchers 5 5 Fair to good Roughs 6 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 i 40 25 75 00 Cure for Headache As a remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Bitters has proved to bo tbo very best It effects a permanent cure and tho most dreaded habitual sick head aches yield to its influence We urge all who are aillicted to procure a bottle nnd glvo this remedy a fair trial In coses of habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving tho needed tone to the bowels and fow cases long resist tho use of this medicine Try it onco Large bottles only Fifty cents at A R Fishers Drug store Â¬ Now EukUiiiTKIIUI SUEEP Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS 2 75 1 50 4 50 2 50 I l 3 25 2 50 Tho latest phaso of tho wnr in steor ago rates in America is tho alarm In certain circles hero over tho an nouncement that hordes of uudosirablo Immigrants nro coming to England from tho United States Thero is groat fear that when tho rates go up theso persons as ono nowspapcr expresses it will romain stuok in iur portion of thq drainpipe Tho naturo of tho ro Mint labor news from America provouts Now York my great rush westward Snus Loudon Letter Â¬ Good to extra spring Fair to good l I 14 75 14 00 Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co TIME SCHEDULE Tukiiijr Effect AtJiOO oclck HVit Hound 63 A H Sunday See 17 1893 A naughty exchange says thore is scarcely anything a woman cannot do with a hairpin She uses it to pick her teeth button shoes clean finger nails punch bed bugs out of cracks fasten up stray bangs clean out her husbands pipo scratch her head pick her too nails run it into cakes to see if they are done and about a million things that the poor de- Â¬ luded men know nothing about wagon Goorgo driver has clothed his mules foro legs In trousers In spooking of It ho said that flics bothered tho foro legs of a four footed nuimal moro than thoy did tho bind limbs and ho thcrofore having lomo respect for tho comfort of his faithful Borvauts had rnado a pair of trousers to protect them from tho posts rho trousers wcro supported by suspend Â¬ ers passod up over tho backs of tho an imals Nebraska State Journal Â¬ Mulei In Troiuert Finnoy an oxpross Trains Jk Eatt Bound IVaoii Mall M Kxprs Kxprs Dally Dally 630pm 7 45am 6 45 800 7 2 7 30 7 47 8 40 Mall STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr IvUnn Hoc ptar Kentucky St West Point Howard Haven Longllranch Brandenburg Irvington Webster Lodlburg Addison Holt Guston K ron Dally Dally 1245pm 8 30um 12 30 815 60am 1147 1132 1124 1110 1107 1069 1060 11 10 41 10 SJ 1025 1020 1011 1006 1003 9 48 765 804 813 100 9 07 Hi 917 920 9 31 9 45 7 33 7 30 1 714 658 648 7 07 0 40 6 30 A jriitii Abimeil WorJJ Just at present says Mrs Stnnloy When tho children drink bad water In Journal of Education an opidemio and eat too much greon fruit or have of progrW is passiug ovor tho countho stomach ache or diarrhoea from any try Wo say telegram aud monogram cause you neednt bo alarmed about and diagram Wobster nnd Worcester ono 8 21 8 30 8 38 8 45 964 865 914 917 901 9 09 Â¬ 9 28 931 964 9 43 IOCS 10 07 10 1018 Tried True them If you will get a 25c 50c bottlo of Dr Bells Anti Flux thoy will bo at play in half hour after the first dose ForBale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R II MgMullin McDanlels M Moyor Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Itosotta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Gar Â¬ field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky but some nobody kuows who started tho report that programme was not entltlod to an a and immediately westward tho star of jvogrm took Its tiigut uuito on programme li 1C3j 1018 1059 1109 1004 1014 1020 1028 1033 1036 1060 1063 1106 1116 1121 1130 1131 1140 Pierce Sample Stephensport Cloverport Shops Si Iman 614 606 S67 S2 6 45 6 40 536 621 U6S4in 1212pm 1222 1234 1238 12 42 1460 1257 1114 1119 1125 1133 108 1145 1163pm 114 12 lOaml 130pm Hawcsville Ietrle Falcon Cayce Lewlsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthington Heads Spottsvllle 945 933 922 914 908 9 04 5 24 BOO 868 8 40 8 25 4 69 4 61 4 43 4 42 4 36 420 4 08 4 01 813 802 7 64 7 61 7 43 7 33 317 3 41 337 3 30 3 23 arIIendersn flas ctts Iv 727 719 7 06am 316 310 2 6pm Newspaper Reporters Wanted Wo aro Informed that the Modern Press Association wants one or two news paer correspondents jn this county Tho work Is light and can be performed by either lady or gentleman rreyious experience is not necessary and some of our young men and women and even old men would do well to secure such a pos- Â¬ ition as we understand it takes only about one fourth of your time For fur- Â¬ ther particulars address Modem Press Assoeiatlon Chicago III Call at Cabbages Um Qwta Jarniflher lor eoHi w earner imuerwpar jftaKes CHILD BIRTH LouisvllleHadinsburglLWestern R R Eau No 3 TIME TAILE AyKR5 tr ILL A COLVIN LA Dec 3 188- 6MOTHERS My wife used FRIEND before hef third con- jfinement and says she would not I b without t fpr hundreds oj doj- - TAKING I EFFECT JULY 29 1801 Wcsftlonnd Trains hars I DbcK Mills on receipt j torBentbrexprtMor mill llssk TO nrlull it n Willie 1 3 jurugguu Mothkhii BtftEta Jim SeM by all CO Hast Bound Trains I Dally I Dally Dally Dally ex Sun Sun ex bun exSun STATIONS No 1 No t No6 No1 I 11 00am Iv Irvington Ar 938am j 40 Garfield 8 20 t 66am llarned 800 1212 Hardinsburg 7 40 1248 Kirk TIP Jolly 100 IS 6 40 Glesdeano Dsmptter 6 31 U ar FalleR wghlv 61j 1 Will OUTOI rJ7Tlll tttt- t WtAMHILB RMULATM A riJUtone I Slt AFw4eUleIv iiaj r J - - t- - iW Tl TP - Ti l i igr 9 aMMMMr Jr jflggggggf AiazjjaKjragfcnMtywniiiotiwu itiii wo ti hihb THE BREIOKHNRIDQ J NRW8 OLifiVnKPOK -- Vg KY WW1 jgv m am umn WU imM H J COFrfllSJtttA l nAMlRKAN MtlJ AStKIATIO CHAPTER Xli A WinADHJL MISTAKE Tlio unsteady flgnro of tho somber Dyo went on nloiifr tho unow covered pavement alone Miss Maxey no longer rc f y rf m u ihould 00 SO Strango that sho could not mako this feeling seem rcasonablo and yet could by no effort dri vo it away Tho woman was dark handsome of queenly presence though there was oven a masculine air of firmness about tho faco and a nos3 too prominent for perfect symmetry- - Her beauty was of a way ward voluptuous kind and had in it neither classic puiity nor refinement and yet so strongly did theso samo dominant impressions manifest themselves to llio beholder in tho younger faco upon tho bed despito tho unnatnral expression and tho silly leer that Miss Maxey was almost ready to declare tho relationship between them that of moth er and daughter Even thebo reflections passed liko a from that of bravery to surpriso and beflash through Miss Maxcys intuitive wilderment As thohouso Rccmcd destitute of a door plate Aliss Maxey had mind whilo sho btood bowilderingly re mado np her mind to ask liko a peddler turning tho flcrco look of tho woman or a beggar for tho lady of tho house who held her by tho wrist Tho silenco Her ring had been answered with sur only exasperated tho questioner Her prising alacrity by a maid in a whito nervous hold on tho nrm tightened and cap who now hardly waiting for her to Bho said in a lower but btill moro in tenso voico open her lips said in a low voico Do you hear mo Who ore you You wnnt to bco my lady Yes Sho is waiting for you Como up This What do you want said Miss Maxey Do not blame me way at last in n voico thu clearnobS and steadi Tho next l foment tho door closed 1k It is hind her and Miss Maxey was in tho ness of which surmised herself not my fault thit 1 inn in this room I house Her heart was locating rapidly What did this mean Had tho woman asked only to beo you Tho Mirvaut suspected her watched bur Did bhu brought mo I might almost say dragged know how sho hud followed her carrkifo me here Tho idiot Tho idiotl cried tho wonnd had hidden under tho steps of tho adjoining honso till Mr Dyo had como man with moro linger but not less susThis blunder will cost her her out It Becuied preposterous but it must picion placo Whom did you wish to seo bo so You madam Raid tho maid Como right with me Me Yon havo chosen an odd hour In tho 6amo low tono when bIic had Tho woman breathed for your calll closed tho door painfully in her agitation dropped Miss Sho began at onco to ascond tho broad richly carpeted sraircaso which led to Maxcys arm and tore open tho dooe in tho floor abovo Miss Maxey startled and a fever of haste This is not my Thero bho cried confused followed Having reached tho hoad of tho flight tho maid went along reception room Here littlo fool show tho Bpacious hall toward tho rear of tho this lady down stairs Tho frightened ben ant who appeared houso and turned into a narrower pas sago running at right angles Tho light obeyed her Ellen followed her to tho was dim It was with difficulty that tho artists sister could seo her way Tho maid knocked at n door Immediately thero was a rustle within followed by tho sound of a key turning in tho lock Tho door opened cautiously a little way In tlio great contest which is to bo fought between now and the next presidential election for und a womans voico said Is it slio MONEY Th8 Coinage Of both Gold and Silver without discrimination which means tho THE Yes tho maid answered free coinage of both as opposed to the policy of contraction which is being dictated by England and Bo quick said tho voice which levies tribute on every product of the farm on valuations of all kinds and on all compensation for Tho maid laid her hand upon Miss labor Maxcys shoulder and in her cagcrncs3 to enforco tho order urged her almost l88lie nOW is the double standard ugaiuBt tho single standard tho use of both gold and pushed her through tho doorway Miss silver as standard money metals against the organised effort to hold tho currency of tho country strictly Moxqy suddenly found herself in a glaro to tho gold basis of light that dazzled her eyes This fact and tho realization that tho door was instantly closed and locked constituted her first impressions Immediately tho Btrong and to her tho sickening smell of ether choked her with its intensity and Bho saw tho room and all that it contained It was a bedchamber oxpensivo and luxurious in all its appointments Great and having OA published at ATLANTA mirrors a costly dressing table elegant but sensuous pictures rugs that would chiofly among the farmers of tho MORE THAN A CIRCULATION havo been a wealth of delight and country aud going to more homes than any weekly newspaper published ou tho face of tho earth is warmth to tho feet nothing was want in this as well as in other great contests iu which ing that an epicurean tasto could suggost Of and money could purchase But for all they arc engaged agaiust tho exactions of monopoly that tho furniture was disarranged and By special arrangement with Tho Constitution tho paper publishing this anuouucciueut is prepared to make disordered as if somo unwonted disturbby which both this paper and Tho Constitution ance had lately occurred there Tho bed A REMARKABLE CLUBBING had been drawn out into tho center of will be offered for one year at almost tho price of a years subscription to ouo paper tho floor Tho laco curtains with which it had been surrounded wcro torn from their places and lay in a confused heap on tho floor A tablo stood near tho bed Upon itwero soveral sponges a bowl containing water deoply tinged with blood a chafing dish with a rcdhot curlTHE CONSTITUTION 18 THE BIGGEST AND BEST WEEKLY NEWS- Â¬ ing iron apparently forgotten in it Tho sight of this lost instrument af Â¬ PAPER published in America covering the news of the world having correspondents in every city fected Miss Maxoy moro deeply than any in America nnd iu the capitals of Europe and reporting in full the details of debates iu congress on thing else Despito tho powerful fumes all questions of public interest It is of tho ether sho thought Bho dotectcd a moro dreadful odor still as of burning THE GREAT 80UTHERN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER and as the exponent of southern On tho bed not in it dressed in flesh opinion and the purveyor of southern news it lias no equal on the continent a looso wrapper which was still further loosened at tho neck to givo her all pou THE CONSTITUTIONS SPECIAL FEATURES slblo caso of breathing lay tho pretty young woman whom Misa Maxoy had ore such as aro not to be found in any other paper in America seen with tho older in tho carriago palo now and leering about in silly idiotic TUB FARM AND FARMERS DEPARTMENT way Miss Maxoy know instinctiroly TUB WOMENS DEPARTMENT that sho was under tho influenco of TUB CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT other Sho was very scantily dressed and had been covered with a shoot apparent- Â¬ are all under able direction and are specially attractive to thoso to whom theso departments aro addressed ly but in her couvulslvo motions had Under the editorial managemement of Clark Howoll its special contributors aro writers of such world wido displaced it Miss Maxuya frightened reputation as Mark Twain Bret Harto Frank R Stockton Joel Chandlor Harris aud hun Â¬ glanco fancied sho dotectcd spots of dreds of others whilo it offers weekly servico from such writers as Bill Arp SarflB Plunkett blood upon tho cloth Wallace P Reed Frank L Stanton aud others who give its literary features a peculiar Southern All this not moro tho powerful total flavor that commends it to every firesido from VmaiviA to Texas from Mishouw to Camkounia than tho smallest detail of tho scene rushed in upon Miss Maxcys horrified Do Delay but send your namo now If you are already a subscriber to your homo paper and you senso with tho suddenness and tho pow Â¬ want The Constitution only communicate with Tho Constitution direct aud send for er of a thunderbolt In thoso few mo Â¬ oue years subscription with your guesa in tho prize coutest menta riio saw that which a lifetlmo You cau get your homo paper however will not efface publishing this and The Constitution for almost tho prico of one and remember that ull clubbing Then sho bocaino uwaro that auother subscriptions must be sent to this paper and not to The Constitution face as palo ami startled as her own THE CONSTITUTION is among the few great uewspapers publishing duily editions on the sldo of was at her side regarding her in speech loss consternation Even before sho the people against Europoan Domination of our money system and It heartily advocates turned toward it sho know that this faco 1st of was tho handsome disdainful faco that Believing that the establishment of a singlo gold standard will wreck the prosperity of the great masses hod looked forth oa tho trembling Dyo from tho carriage Sho realized this in of the people though it may profit the few who havo already grown rich by federal protection and federal one instant In tho next tho woman had subsidy cnagnt acr oy tlio wrist Had ynru cited roughm M pulled her ubout so that Belioviug that by throwing our ports open to tho raarkota of tho world and lovying onlv enough Import she faced her and demanded in a voice duties to pay the actual expenses of the government tho people will bo better served than by making in which anger and fear wecmod to bo sharply commingled them pay double prices for protections sake What do you mean How daro you An come in here Believing that thoso who have much property should bear the burdens of government la the same proÂ¬ Ob bow strongly it ome to Miss bad Kaxoy sow tbe feeling that portion to those who have little wea tbU Awe somewhere before I Asd yet It itewod aJuiot Imposelbta tbat it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 followed him Instead of that slio walked boldly np from tho area door Into tho street as cended tho browimtono steps and pulled tho bell This was tho result of her re Â¬ flections In tho cold and dark Sho would seo this high bred acquaintance of tho mysterious man convince her of tho urgency of tho cato threaten her if need bo and learn from her if sho could who and what ho was It was not without a conscious dread and shrinking that sho took tho initiative step in this determined project Sho had been rather inclined to consider herself as lacking in cxecutivo ability but nono of us exactly know ourselves until an emergency arises to test us After Bho had let go tho handlo which summoned tho servant to tho door sho was taken with a fit of trembling and began to consider whether sho had bet Â¬ ter not run away whilo thero was yet timo Tho instant tho servant nppcarod and eho had spoken to her her courago re- Â¬ turned tho trembling left her Sho could not understand what had so frightened her a moment before But tho sentiment which carao o tak tho placo of tho dread and tho fear was soon changed Â¬ Â¬ energetic stride coming up Ellen was very sure tho newcomer went into tho chamber from which sho bnd just como and sho thought That is tho person whoever sho may bo for whom I was mistaken Miss Maxoy was conducted to n dainty reception room ou tho first floor Tho gaa was lighted and she was left nlono with her reflections Sho sank into a chair A long timo a very long time elapsed Sho heard many footsteps go along tho hall outsido her door before any ono sought again to turn tho handle Sho listened with all her power Sho oven held her breath Tlio sight sho had Been in tho chamber had mado bo power- Â¬ ful an impression upon her that it almost seemed to bo before her BtilL Sho did not understand it but tho very mystery mado tho possibilities so much tho moro dreadful What was tho nature of tho strango horror sho had surprised Who wus tho fashiouablo woman who had such curious acquaintances in tho outer world who sheltered such nameless enormities under her roof Mibs Maxey was n young woman who had lieen protected from tho rough breath of tho prat world from her in Â¬ fancy to whom evil in all its greater and moro repulbivo forms had always seemed unreal and dreamlike but yet us sho sat there in that silent room her active mind busy with tho logic of tho events of tho past few hours bow before it such possibilities of tho depth of hu Â¬ man depravity as mado her treiuUo for tho iwwers of her own imagination What did it mean What couldit meant Tho pretty girl who but a few hours be Â¬ fore had been tiding for pleasure in her carriugo through tlio city streets now prostrate nnd insane Tho ether tho red hot curling iron tho smell of burning flesh Miss Maxcys mind reeled under tho fancies of what it might mean nnd yet in tho midst of it all sho was aware of a latent impression that nothing in all these wild speculations was plausiblo enough to bo tho truth What a hazardous foolish thing this following of Mr Dyo had proved Was it not an unladylike action nnd might bho not live to regret having committed it A vaguo fear haunted her Tho timo camo when her reflections were interrupted Sho heard no warning Etep in tho hall outbidc Tho knob turned quietly Tho door swung noiselessly and bho whom sho had como into tho houso to beo camu in Tho woman was exceedingly pale and her eyes seemed unnaturally largo There was a slight trembling of her hands but no tremblo of tho lip Sho spoko at onco upon her entrance in a dis dainful liumner and a stoady voice To whom havo I tho honor of speak ing To n lady who desires to remain unknown Miss Maxey would not havo mado that answer nn hour ago but ovents had brought hor to a wiso determination A slight color came into tho handsomo womans face This is very extraordinary What do you want I wanted to ask you a few questions Oh indeed Well I can relievo you of any further necessity of waiting on that score I shall not answer questions addressed to mo by a person who desires to remain unknown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ floor below As BJiodesoojided Jip stairs sho passed an eldorly female with an If Ellen lwlhnrf any Men of ihooiTcct pf her words sHpwonld ipt havo uttcrod hem Tlio woman Hew into n It of mo Wlilcli loimo a mass of corruption spread to that It got Into our little boy1 eyci The lores mentory passion which caused JIlss Maxoy to tieinblo for her personal safo ty Blio turned nsliy pilo oven to tho lips Hho danced upon tho floor liko an unruly child Bho took n step toward Ellen changed her mind suddenly seized n costly ornament from the center tablo nnd dashed it to atoms on tho marblo before tho llrcplacc This extraordinary action tlio fact that destruction In somo form had followed her wrath seemed to oppcaso her In a degree When tho act was dono she stood filaring at Ellen n moment and then with a quick mstlo of silk left tho room Clarence V Crockett Ellen would havo followod her and mado tho best of her way out of tlio spread OTer Ills neck and ire thought he would b house bnt tho strango crcaturo camo blind Tho doctors failed we gave him Hoods SarsaparllU Several bottles cured him after back so quickly that sho stopped her He we had despaired of his ever getting well upon tho threshold of tho apartment Is now a bright and healtlir child D M Sho had succeeded in calming herself Crockett Jii Murfreesboro Hermes aud oven looked at Ellen with a tingoof fear in her big eyes Her voico trembled iu spito of all sho could do as sho said Yon Insulted me or I should apolo Even when all other preparations fall De sure glzo to you I should havo sent you to get Hoods nml only Hoods away without a word tho moment you Hoods Rills should be Id every household told mo that you desired to conceal your identity but for tho fact that tho stupid- Â¬ liocossary for ity o servant makes There wcro tho most bitter irony and mo of explain a trifling it matter An un to contempt in iho tono of this speech But fortnnato accident happened to a protege for all that tlio hand trembled still afternoon aud tho remethough it was laid upon tho back of a of mi no this powerful that ether was dies wcro so cushioned chair to steady it was called away beforo Tho Ellen aroso lit onco reddening in spite usedeffects doctor ether had passed off I of tho tho of herself sent for a lady physician I havo no menus to forco you Bho was afraidI and great confidence who Wo are at lciist on nn In whom havodoors below Tho servsaid quietly but a few cqnal footing I do not know you any lives expecting her nt tho moment of ant better than you know mo showed you up Do you The woman caught her breath in a your arrivalthis that you set no foolish understand painful way Mind that you do not for You do not know my name and yet stories afloat tho child will bo herself again tomorrow you nro in my houso you That is all Good I camo into your houso because I saw to contradict afternoon a person nbont whom I nm very anxious Ono moment madam If I should to know come out of it I moan Mr send somebody hero who would tell yon Dye who am and who ho is and why wo Tho woman gasped again Her eyes wish Ito know would you wcro fixed upon Ellens faco with burn Ellen lies tated Sho was really afraid ing intensity Sho did not oven attempt of this woman to sjicak rllen went on said tho haughty Woll would I Thar man t am very much interested voice nnd thero was a look of affected in It is n family matter I am aware surpriso and incredulity in tho cynical that I didn very bold thing and I heart faco ily npologizo for my rudeness but my Would yon tell mo what you know reasons for wishing to know are so very Dyo urgent that they led mo to ovorstcp tho about Mr TO B2 CONTINUED bounds of social custom I thought if you had no objections to telling mo what From earlv child you know of that man tho information hood until I was would bo very valuable to m It you do crown my family object I can only say again what I said SDent a fortune trvlnir to cure me of this disease I visited Hot Springs and was treated before that I um borry for my intrusion by the best medical men but was not i and go benefited When all Ellens voico as sho went ou grow things had failed I btrongur till it had almost a defiant determined to trv S S S and in ring Tho woman answered her with four months was entirely cured The terrible Eczema was gone not a sign forced composure t It- icii my EUCIUI iicdim KI1 ue LUt uuiit You saw this fellow I havo not tho ui ii lAft n and I have never had any return of pleasure of his acquaintance you say the disease ft fl II ft ft fl como ont of my house I know nothing have since know equally littlo about him and I recommended about you Your story is very suspiS S S to a number of friends for skin dls easts and have never yet known a failure to cious If ho is a thief and you on ac Â¬ utu w IKWIN Iruln ra complice it will bo well to let this mat- Â¬ Never falls to cure eren after all other I ter go at onco to tho police remedies bare Our into Ellens face Tho blood rushed Treatise on Dloodann Skin Diseases mailed Sho spoko impulsively free to anf address Aro you very sure madam that you SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AUanla Ga fear tho polico less than I Â¬ Scrofula on His Head Dear Friends We wish to call your attention to the fact that we have just opened in the hoiise that Kaye Carter vacated better known as the Beardr Beeler house with a full and complete line of DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS CAPS vv J Hoods5- Cures BOOTS SHOES NOTIONS 4J Â¬ QUEENSWARE and GROCERIES M J vi V Â¬ We trust that before making your fall purchase you will call and see our beautiful line 4 Everything new latest styles make you smile at 175 Nice Oil Grain Womens Polkas and of the and at prices that will at 100 First Boots Â¬ Just think ot full stock Brogans warranted at 100 claBS Â¬ ECZEMA Very Pine Suit at 1000 Boys Suits at 100 and 1 25 Ladies Hose 5 cts a pair Dr6ss Goods from 10 cts co 125 per yard Ladies Oloaks from 400 to 1250 And a thousand other things that we have not space to mention Dont fail to come and bring us your Produce of all kinds Butter Eggs Feathers Hides Meat Lard EfM iwm rArl Ull i linil Iimilllli Â¬ OhickenslDucks Etc Etc We can save you big money and wo know thats the We are here for business give us a place you are hunting trial and we will convince you that that is our motive You may not hear from us every week but DONT forget the place we will always be there ready and anxious to wait on you So hoping to meet you soon we are truly your friends MATTINGLY HOBEN HARDINSBURG KY I WILL YOU HELP PEOPLES Two Thousand Dollars in Gash Prizes To thoso who take advantage of this clubbing offer Tho Constitution will distribute Two Thousand Doltar8 In CASH PRIZES by the following plan We havo placed in a sealed envelope in the keeping 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conditions prizes hi Each guesa must accompany a clubbing subscription to the paper publishing thie announcement and The Constitution at the above announced clubbing rate which must be in cabh 2d All clubbing subscriptions must bo sent through the paper making this publication unci nqt o Tho Constitution 3d This offer is to bo closed on the first of May 1895 and guesses received with subscriptions after that timo will not bo counted in the distribution of these prizes 4th Should there bo any lies iu the gucseea tho prizes will bo divided 5th Every uow or renewal subscription to pither of tho two papers will bo entitled to ngucsd with every subscription Not One Dollar I Ht bUN0 I II U 1 lUNbcartily I Advocates an If you BXJPANSION OF THE CURRENCY Until there is enough of it In circulation to do tho ligitiraato i The Free Coinage Tariff Reform Sliver A8 A 2d 3 At AMACAZINE r It pf lata iqore TION Jf n wish to help in shaping legislation to these ends GIVE THE CONSTITUTION YOUR ASSIST ANCE lend it a helping hand in the fight and remember that by bo doing you will help yourself heln 4 your neighbors and fielp your country NEWSPAPER SK j neW8 rgpo UVH WttKUY UUNSIIIUIIUH uaa no equal in America Wflid andlita correon4ento nnd agenta aro to be found in almost cverv baliwiolc lniYasthSL T uwmmm ftate8 1 business of the country J 0ria wrJr h even from the best of them uctijr m U ordinarily found in the great magazine of the country than can U vtigoiwn AS AN EDUCATOR k a liberal 3d Income Tax AS A FRIEND 1 It k a school koueo within Itself and b yme reading of WIE CONSTITU- Â¬ education to any one bring cheer and coafert to the fireside every week AND COMPANION te vcMTfrr pr Twr THEi BRROKENRIDGE ATTORNEY Olic Willi NHS GIxOYERPORT KY Lewis Swink Shoots Olllo Burch and Kills Him Burch a Danger ous Man A Gus Brown GLOVKHlOltT KY II N Halt ipent Sunday In Cannelton AT LAW S II Sbsnnon was In the city last week DvlJ 11 Murray one door alote lult offlce Breckenridge WKDNESDAY News 10 1811 Davit Duncan spent Sunday In lMwesvllle Mr 0 0 Whitehead Rome Is In the city Cbas Llilicu itent to Stcphnsport last week J W Clayton went to ltardlniburg Mon day Miss lnta Oirm was In Loulsvlllt In I Â¬ fc J II laco Jr Lnulevtlle was In the rlty last week Notice to Subscribers L F Nolle after several weeks stay ln LouThe date on the label Indicates the time to which your lulitcrlptiun It paid This nerves isville returned home last Wednoiday both as a receipt u expiration notice every Miss Lulu Gregory of Louis ille arrived week Kxamlrc the date printed after your name on the margin of thin paper and see IT It Is correct Knot correct please to let us know IT last Wednesday and it tho guoit of friends nnd your time has expired plcise renew at once relatives OCTOHKIl week Mr iMmtln McGlothtin of Irvingtotii whose death has been expected for soino time died yesterday afternoon If you aro hungry wont n good lunch Imvo ei filed in mind and jotl can get oyfiters served to suit your taste A M Hardin Populist candidatu for County Clerk will speak nt Bandys school hoiMe next Saturday night W K Withers and Sons have housed twenty live acres of tho finest hurley tob- Â¬ acco grown in tho county this year Go to Headquarters Pophams saloon THE CANDIDATES A Sample of tho Speaking Indulged In by Our Friends nnd Oountymen The Song of the Delightful and get n nice refreshing drink -an- ything lines llir ruc nn tliry ate In III They no ready to begin It An the ftitteit hnrscll win it You kin Ix t I On a pnlc the flag Is etickln An the pesky mules arc Mckln An soincliodyll git a llcMn You kin lilt I cr Hie office goln gunnln a little lilt o fun In Jest the way thtt they arc runnln You kin bet I Ier there aint n fool o clot er Clean from lludsnnvillc to Clntcr Huts licen trunpcd an famplcd over You kin lict I l Jat W McCant of Romo was In tho city PERSONAL Roy lleyicr it confined to bli bed Thoi Heeler was In the elty Friday IN 0 Ilrynn was Id tbo city last week V S Bowmer went to Cincinnati Monday Percy Hopper went to Krantvills last Fri day Wick Uellaven wont to Onentboro Satur Â¬ day J D Brasbear went to Owemboro Satur Â¬ day Judge J A Murray went to Webster Fri day Mrs II V Duncan went to Louisville Tues day Mrs J D Gregory went to Louisville Fri Â¬ day J II Ilunsche Cannelton was In the city Friday Augustus Brown went to Ilardlnsburg yes- terday Mist Bettlo Bowmer returned Monday from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ last week aid tptnt a few days with Mr Jno Knight county Rev 0 W Dcnnlt nnd wllo were parson gen on lastWcdncsdays east bound train from tbo Owensboro Conference Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs A E Adams E H Zlrckel and Mrs Ellsha Collins at Â¬ tended the fair Thursday Col Lafe Grtcn and wife arrived from Owens boro Sunday Mrt Grten will remain a week tho guest of Mrs Geo W Short Miss Mamie Dellaven returned from Owens boro Mondy evening where she had been the guest of Mr and Mrs Orfllo Dell iven Mrs Alf Hennln and sister Miss Anna of Hawetville came up Monday and were In the city a few hours returning on the 1050 train Jat England and wife Murny Wei tie hilt and Geo Ryan of Toblntport wero passeog ers on the excursion train Thursday for OwensÂ¬ Â¬ from lemonades to ico toddies Cleanliness is ngrent road to health Our soap display is the special feature of attraction this week Short Haynes Do not allow tho accumulation of Scurf or Dandruff when it can bo easily pre Â¬ vented by the uso of Ayors Hair Vigor Theres Tho candidates for Magistrate and Constable in tho Bewlcyvillo district will speak at Uosctta Saturday at 2 oclock p in hlch a hollciln nn ja In ich a tlngln an htirrnhln I Every single log theyre sawln You kin bet I No time fcr rest or reason In this soft an1 dreamy season When the world looks bright ami pkasln You kin bet I Whats a world in beauty glowln f What is milk an honey llowln f Keep the campaign mules a guln I You-kln- -bct r-- rt- - boro Wtff The following attended the Owensboro fair Mrs J Scott Vance Mils Julia Wednesday Vance Mr John Carson and daughter Miss Yandj Owensboro f ir Charles Anient left for Elisabetbtown last tAIr Edward Gregory Suiters advertising man of this city spent the greater portion of Thursday week Cannelton deooratlng the store J E Monarch llntdlnsburgwas In the city latt their fallin opening for last Friday Jack Moorman night peratur at the shops Qen Buckncr and wife passed up on the El attended the Owensboro fair last week train Friday was on watch for wood Vlck of Henderson J II Temple of Yelvtngton arrived in the htm and returned home Saturday city yesterday Miss Viola Slaton returned to her home In LOOAL BREVITIES lluscttu Friday Marshal Geo Jordan returned from Lexing- Â¬ Spanish onions nt Vests ton last Wednesday Cabbage for kraut at Vests Mr and Mrs J D Uablago went to liar Shoo headquarters at Vests dlmburg yestorday Vesta headquarters for spices Chat Tlnlus and wife of Holt went to A B Skilltnan jr is quite Bick Owensboro Saturday Mr E 11 MarclllUt of Leopold Iud was Now pickles at tho City Bakery In the city yesterday Everything good to eat at Vests Mr Geo C Patton returned from Louts Headquarters Pophams saloon villo last Wednesday Overcoats for men and boys Sitters Mr and Mrs Dnvld Plank and children For milk toast go to tho City Bakeiy were In Louisville last wek Fresh mince pies at the City Bakery M F Popham went to Father Neihaus and Ilardlnsburg last Wednesday Blankets for tho cold nights Sulzers Win Athby and wife of the Highland nurs Seifrieds oysters nro direct from tho ery nttendod the fair last week east Miss Ida Weitcnbergcr left last Friday for Oysters served in any stylo at F Sei Â¬ St Melnrad Ind to teach school frieds Miss Maud Ilerndon of Brandenburg Is In Cotton batting and quilt lining calico tbe city visiting the Misses Murray Sulzers Mist Veva Miller it visiting Misses Annie Doughnuts every Saluiday at tho City and Maggie Hamilton at Sorghotown Bakery to Owensboro Capt J II Rowland went Shoes shoes shoes in endless varieties Saturday returning Monday with bit wife at Vests Edgar Lewis cf Cincinnati Ohio was ln You can get fresh oysters Friday at F tho city last week the guest of Mr R 0 Hey Â¬ ser of Rockport Ind Mr Win Buultlnghouse It visiting his cousin Mr Cander Black of Seifrieds Prompt attention to orders at Charles Promptness reliability and low prices arosuro to win If theso features ap peal to yon givo us a trial Miller Lightfoot Mrs Carrie Wilkorson died yesterday afternoon Site has been sick for several monhs and Iter death was not unexpected Our assortment is conceded by judges to bo uncxceptionally good and our prices the lowest ever reached Miller Lightfoot About seventy five people from this city attended tho Owensboro fair ou Thursday Tho attendance was very light on the other days Mrs II V Duncan went to Louisvlllo Tuesday to replenish her fall stock of millinery Jf you want tho latest thing In millinery wait for her return Mr Stove N Hall has given up politics and settled down to business Ho returned Sunday from Webster whero bo has sown a forty aero field of wheat If you huvo never visited our estab Â¬ lishment we hope that you will take this as an invitation to do so and we promise you a hearty wolcome and satis Â¬ factory visit Miller Lightfoot Whatever fashion prescribes our mil- Â¬ linery store provides all tho picturesque shapes of the season For little folks as well as fur the grown up nnd at prices that mean business Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ can Mrs Betsy Dawson an old lady living near town was found dead in her bed Monday morning Mrs Dawson was a very old woman nnd was the wife of tho lato Thos Dawson Old ago is supposed to havo been the causo of her death Mr Charlio Tight who has been en- Â¬ gineer on tho Texas since its construct- Â¬ ion came out MondnyouhiaengineTen Spot looking as bright and happy as ten year old school boy in a now suit of clothes His engine has just been over- Â¬ hauled and was as clean and bright as a silver dollar At Elm street crossing be waa saluted by a large crowd and a show Â¬ er of boquets Mr Tight is ono of tho favorite engineers on tho road and pasÂ¬ sengers feel safe when they know Char Â¬ ley Is at the throttle Â¬ Â¬ l Board and Miller are tho leading tractions in this circuit of tho Merry if thoy keep up at- Â¬ Br Lisbons Fifty cent hose for twenty five cents at Babbagos Ladies and childrona warm underwear Sulzers Brighton up your room with a new carpet Sulzrs Save coal exponso by using carpet paper Sulzers We can suit the most fastidious in gloves Babbago Prices are all torn to pieces on under- Â¬ wear at Babbagos Fresh crackers and cakes just received at the City Bakery Stick your feet down into a pair of warm socks Sulzers Fred May is building a now house down in the West end Supply of meat always in excess of de Â¬ mand at Charles Lisbons Boys clothing good warm clothing for school wear Suhers Dont fall to get a basket of concord grapes at the City Bakery Watches are cheap Givo Short Ilayncs a watch inspection Capt J H Rowlandis going right ahead with his now houso V B Burton will address the Hites Rutt Club next Friday night Ftesh oysters and celery can now be procured at Charles Lisbons Ilavo you scon our warm comfortable school shoes for children Sulzers lBorn to tho wife of Mr 0 B Skill man a daughter Elizabeth Oct 8th Mr Ell Pilo returned from Texas last week to visit his old home near Buras The coldest and best beor keg and bottle at Headquarters Pophams sa- Â¬ Holt Uletsrs Everett Geary J W Bates and Felix Elder attended the Owensboro fair last week TOBINSPORT IND Â¬ Miss Gentle Brasbear after loveral days visit here returned to Owensboro last Wed nesday Mr H 0 Yeager spent Sunday in this city tbe guest of his mother Mrs S 0 Yeager and family Lula Mr Sam May and little daughter Florence who have been tbe gueitt of Mr and Mn Thoi Lewis returned boms Thurt day Mrs 0 P Bibbago went to Louisville Fri day to xo ber son Pitta She wtll be tbe guest of Mr and Mrt Mlnary while In the city Mn Mary OBrien Mr and Mn Edgart and two children Lee and Albert are visit Â¬ ing Mr and Mn R S Carter and other rel- Â¬ atives Mr Jamet Moorman returned from Hender Â¬ son Saturday where he bat been visiting his daughter Mrs John Hatchet for several Â¬ Â¬ The melancholy days have como John Cockrell dont seem to like the movements at tho Populists convention Miss Aurora Adams arrived home after an extended visit with relatives in Illi- Â¬ nois Jas England and sister of Daviess countyKy aro visiting his uncle Jim England Nearly everybody Is trying to get their wintnrs supply of coal before bad weather Jim Gibson the Republican candidate for Representative was hero Monday from Branchville Tho potato crop is almost a failure here this season Some think the best ci ops will not mako moro than 30 or 35 bushels per aero Mrs Choa Sheldon and children of Cannelton wero visiting hero Saturday and Sunday Thoy were the guests of Mrs Jack Allen Rov A E May preached at tho M E chinch Sunday This was his first time and tho people seem to bo well pleased with the Bishops selection Tho Prohibitionists will hold the fort Tuesday night and J D Cockrell Invites every body to como and hear what their standard bearer has to say Capt J W Wnrtman Republican orator was billed for this placo Monday night but failed to show up Undo Levi Wluchellsayslt was a water haul Talley Cockroll and wlfo returned homo from Kansas whero they havo been Hying for moro than a year They expect to mako this their futtiro home W R Polk President of Perry county Baptist S S Convention has prepared a good programme Tho Convention tncota with tho Cannelton church Oct 20 All aro invited In spite of tho dry weather tho farmors aro gouging away at their wheat land trying to prepare it for seeding It will be a dry old trip this timo unless it rains very soon It is said that ono of Adams fairest daughters is to take unto herself a com- Â¬ panion for life Wo presume there will be no wine served at supper as on Uko occasions but it will bo Drink wuter or nothing weeks Mr and Mrt Wesley Hawkins of Leltch field spent last Tuesday the guest of Mr and They were enroute Mn Benediot Beavln far Owensboro Â¬ 1 Mr P S Miller of Owenboro wat In the rlty last week be returned Wednesday accom panied by bis daughter Mist Veva who at tended the fair Capt Jo Phillips and all oteoe Mrt and Mr John K Pltto were among the returning passengers on tbe train Friday from tbe Owensboro fiir Mist Mattle Matttngly Messrs Everett Lewis Jamet Matttngly and Jamet May of Yellow Lake spent Saturday and Sunday tbo guests of tbeMlttet Lewis Mr and Mr RIdgely Cayce of Louisville who have been enertalned at Mr and Mrt Fred Clarkes during the week returned home loon Owensboro Messenger yesterday afternoon YMrs Mollie Jolly has closed her board Â¬ Ola Cbostnutt who bat been visiting Hits friendtin thlt city for several weeks return Â¬ ing houso and moved back to Union ed to ber borne at Henderson Funjay accom Â¬ Star Vir- Â¬ panied by Mrs U 0 Hilt and ton Still tho carptts go now carpets gil brighten up tho room savo coal bills Dr 0 II Todd entertained quite a party Sulzers Among thsm were o dinner In his booth Lun Cash man ia rounding up his twentytieoerat and Mrt Buokner Mr tnd Mrt -II ret year aa assessor of Breckenridge Vernon D Wolf and Mlti Sarah Wolf of An county ebofoge Hon II It Smith of Kliiabethtown frad lion and Mrt Lafe Ureen of Falls of Why bother with making bread wheu Kotfgb There were at least twenty counties you can got it hot every day at tho City represented among tbo gentlemen at the table Bakery Owensboro Mettenger I boast of it and other people brag on The following persons attended the Oivens- of my liquor rM fair Thursday t Mrt V I lleyier and it thogood quality F Popham aughtvr Ray Mr and Mrt J D Babbage Itecipo Nuvjr lkllfi Our stock will always be replete with Mr and Mn Kugone Kingsbury Misses Nan Husband at railway station Good stie Murryt Mary Ryan Lulu Nteholai Lulu the latest things in the- - market Miller by Now are you suro you havo every Â¬ Mat 0 Klla Witt KtU Mullen Gregory Llghtfoot thing tlngly and daughter Alloe Mr and h 0 Wlfo I believe sa Mercy J Wantsd Twenty five good raon to L Kslght Mn W 0 Allf f R U get out railroad ties Apply to Geo forgot the molaseea candy I Run and get some for baby quick tow Dr J T Qwea Wth and Wo Mall Jr Oootee Pettit Ky Wont he keep quiet Without molaa AlrlB DhtMi Daa Dunoaa A M Kfeftbury Lula while Ctaraaao ReJuun J M Jo T vrMieeone dayOwen week fellcrowing tbeÂ¬ see hurt and dislo street Of coarse but I want to make sure AdkUson Sklllmaa 0 W Short aad Dr sUowltkr cated of haying a seat to xuyself Good Mowing attoadod tho fak Friday Tho Light underwear tke nfeUIeot and w B ttlilMM Jr j d Kami 0 T J K beet Hue yeureyea ever 8 ij WlMi TM Wr Hpea oan VtK Fal CrtMUit Of Prl king PewOer Maykall aad ftaj b m at IMrtttftf- fkt Jaw AUm Wstlfs italr IMmkMM - - They havent fought yet but their personal harangue it may end in n personal encounter They still speak as thoy go by but on tho rostrum thoy givo each other such a word pounding as you seldom hear They dont havo theso word fights at every speaking Thoy are as nico as pic to eaclt other for n day or two and to hear them speak you would never think but that they had pleasant sailing nnd smooth seaa all the time But when you least expect It tho fire breaks out tho flames climb high and tho fighting is on Miller is irascible Ho has a bad tem- Â¬ per He is harsh and severe in his criticisms Ho dubbs him tho Old man of 83 nnd a pensioner on tho county for 40 years Born at tho public crib been on overy side of every question a member of every party and all things to all men nnd anything to get there In this strain ho goes on until he gets tho Judgo so worked up that it takes all of his boiling down qualities to hold himself This of courso amusis tho crowd and Miller has tbe laugh on his side for the time Everybody in this county knows Judgo Board they know that bo is just 03 full of vinegar as tho next man and that he doesnt lack for words to express him Â¬ self when the occasion demands He has a powerful voice It is deep and full nnd high sounding When ho takes tho stand and begins to let loose ou Mil- Â¬ ler the young man turns pale grows restless and nervous Gentlemensays tho Judgoyouhavo known ine for n long time I havo served you in n public capacity for twenty yearp not forty as Mr Miller told you I am proud of this It shows that I havo made you a faithful public servant that I have fulfilled my trust to your satis Â¬ faction or you wouldnt hnvo kept mo so long Then ho turns the lights ou his competitor Who aro you says he that ycu should sit in judgment up on an old man Whero did you como from and what is your record You who was born in tho slums of Now Albany It illy be- Â¬ comes you to como bore and tell tho peo- Â¬ ple what I havo done When you havo served them as lone as I havo and can show up as good a rci ord you may feol proud too But youll never do it It Is not In you And in this strain ho con- Â¬ tinues for nearly an hour pouring his broadsides Into Reuben while tbe crowd is yelling and applauding Reuben winches turnes pale and red under tho fire and keeps his oyo on tho old man all tho whilo Tho crowd enjoys it and it is fun for the boys As soon as theso gen- Â¬ tlemen get through with their rejoinders tho crowd begins to disperse and leave Judgo Murray and Capt Ahl with empty benches to speak to Miller and Board are the drawing qualities All interest seems to bo centered ou them so far as tho speaking goes There is no issuo be Â¬ tween nny of tho other candidates Thoy get up and mako their announcements and sit down with tho exception of Judge Murray who makes a good speech and a splendid pica for his party whon he has a chance On this occasion they turned tho tables on tho Judgo allowing the candidates for tho small offices to como first and when tho Judges timo came the crowd was tired and wornout and they left Â¬ killing oicititd about four miles from Union Star lust Sunday uiotuing The flret that has occurcd in tho county for nomu time Lewis Swink and Ollie Huiih met in n hollow about four miles from Union Star Sunday morning about ten oclock nnd thrro is wlieio tho trag edy happened Both men wero nlono nnd no ono outside of Swink himself is nblo to tell anything about tho matter Mr Swink says iio had gone over to n neighbors to trade for n gun Swink took with him two rifles to trailo for n shot gun Not finding his neighbor nt Tlicso aro Laundred You can get tho same or ono homo he started ou his way back Ho had gone some dislanco when he met as good unlaundcrcd for much less Burch When tho two men met tho trouble began Swink says Burch had If your Shirt annoys you lifo isnt happy soino timo before that insulted his wife In what tho insult consisted has not Pull pull pull from morning unto night been learned but anyway this is wlint Rub rub rub till your collar is a sight I the tragedy grow out of Swink says Burch advanced on him and threatened to cut his throat Then it waa Swink drew his rills and shot him Swink fired None of that trouble if you wear two shots and went oft and left his man dead Ho went on to his houso some distance away There being none of his family about ho dressed himself and went to John Claycombs He told Clay comb what had happened and Clnycomb went to where tho shooting occurcd nnd found Burcli lying on tho ground dead with two bullet holes in his body Swink proceeded to Union Star whero ho gave himself up Tho shot iff took him to Hardinsburg Sunday night He is thero now and will be indicted by tho grand jury Swink was instructed by his Attorney not to talk any Ho seems confident that ho will got clear Ho says the killing was justifiable nnd that he will bo acquitted Swink is about 42 years of age and has a family Tho information is that ho has always been a peaceable man nnd Neck- Â¬ bears a good name among his neighbors Ollie Burch the man whom ho killed was regarded ns a dangerous man Ho had been in several scrapes heretofore and a good many people feared him Ho was about forty years of age and leaves a wlfo and several children Ho was a son of Leslie Burch Â¬ mill That Sulzers Sell for 100 Trim Fitting Shirts and Collars Sulzers also have a very nice line of Fashionable Underwear wear and Furnishings Blackburn at Hardinsburg An immense crowd greeted the Hon Joe C S Blackburn at Hardinsburg yes- Â¬ terday Tho Senator was in his best mood and spoke in tliat happy vien that always pleases and charms his hearers Thero wero a fow scattering Republicans in tho audience but tho crowd was large- Â¬ ly composed of Democrats Thero was not standing room in tho court room Many ladies wero present and in fact the bono nnd sinew of Democracy was there from nearly every precinct in the county This shows tho interest that Is felt iu tho political situation not only in a local way but national m well Mr Blackburn defended his party from overy point of view Tho only surprise is that A full line of any Democrat who heard him would think of deserting his party or going back upon it at this time tho supremo moment in which it is being tried and tested Mr Blackburn did not vilify tho Republicans He simply detailed tho Just in truth in politics as it has occurred in this country for thirty years He said ho well knew that tho country nt largo wore Inclined to hold n Democratic Con- Â¬ Every garment is of tho very latest gress and tho present administration responsible for tho hard times But ho said tho hard times got heio ahead of He said tho new the Democratic party Como and make your selection style tariff bill had only boen in operation sixty days and tho country was now feeling tho effects of it Times wero im- Â¬ before they are picked over proving Ho said Wannamakcr tho great clothing man of Philadelphia was Belling his goods now 33J yer cent lower than ho had over offered them before Very Respectfully by reason of tho passage of tho present He contended it Democratic tariff bill was n thousand times bettor than tho McKinloy bill 33 Speaking further of what the last Con- Â¬ gress had done ho said thoy had repeal- Â¬ HARDINSBURG KY ed tho Federal election laws which gavo tiio people of the South freedom in their olectlons and tho right not to bo Interfered with in any way at tho point of Federal bnyonetts at their elections Ho contended that if it hadnt dono moro oven than that that of Itself was suffi Â¬ cient to commond it to the approval of all law abiding men But he said tho present tariff law was a better measure SEND YOUR thau tho McKinby bill Ho asked that they point to any law making body that Felt Hats had gono further and dono more in the To ho colored aud re shaped to sa mo length of timo thau tho last Cou Ho said the like had not been gress - - - FALLS CITY STRAW WORKS seen in a hundred years Said ho when Mr Cloveland was elected tho last timo 713 West Jefferson Street 10 found an empty treasury at Wash LOUISVILLE KY tngton but when ho left it four years previous thero was sufficient funds to IBBI meet all obligationa of tho govorment Harrison came in and went out and tho B8BG United States treasury voulta wero empty when Mr Cleveland followed him but he didnt know whero tho Tho Republicans he money went to thought did hut ho didnt think nny of them would over tell it Ho said ho was euro tho Republican 5 3l wuuil ill Jieuu ui u urok party waa noted for two thing its trusts class Shavo Stylish Hair and its tramps By reason of high tariff Cut Refreshing Shampoo measures had grown tho tiusUand until Pleaso givo mo a call now there was a trust on most every Â¬ and Childrens Ladies thing from a cradle to a collln hair cutting a specialty The Senator epoke for an hour and a half and had tho most marked attention Shop at tho old stand ono door Condensed in our throughout Ho closed with an earnest below Short Haynes appeal for all Democrats to stand by their party and support the ticket from KILIAN GOEBEL Prop Constable up in tho coming election Ladies Cloaks P Beard Co EKRON Mr J R Lampkin has typhoid fover Dave Henry of Irvington was In town Friday Straw and l f Y-o- Rt cwlyf hr ged -- J M Richardson went to Owonsboro Thursday Mr J T Mossoy attendod tho Owons- Â¬ boro fair last week Born to tho wlfo of 0 F Staufield an 8 lb girl Oct 1th Mr Emit Elder of Mooleyville was visiting liis brothers lioro last week Mr Lon Richardson of Brandenburg attended tho literary hero Friday night J M Richardson and Judge Rawlings of Brandenburg wero hero Wednesday Miss Anuie L Daughorty wont to Owensboro Thursday to visit her sister Miss Ella Dougherty Mrs J II Sullivan and little daughter Caroline of Louisville were visiting Mrs Alico Brown lost week Mr Warren Richardson of the firm of Neat Richardson Drug Co of Louisville was ln town Saturday Rov Buchannan of Hardin county filled Rov Whittlnghilla place at Salem Saturday and Sunday Mrs Hannah Hardin of Holt who has been visiting Judgo Woolfolk and family returned home Saturday Rev Frank Quiun of Ilardlnsburg will preach at Ekron on Katurday nlirbt before the second Sunday also Suuday and at night Rev Judeon Willett and wife left on tbe 90th of Keptember to vielt their bom In Missouri and Texas Tltey will be gone about one month City Barber vvvw Shop Fragrance Flowers ISP W of Cloverport Ky Tho eagle the king of all birds la no tod for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So aro those persons who use FOR SALE Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak Ont hundred and threa aM of Had lying sore eyes of any kind orgran eyes styes ulated lids Sold by all dealers For within ofl hlf mil of lUrdlniburg on th Haynes Cloverport Clovtrpert ad IttrJtaiburg tumplko ind th rale by Short nd m fair araail M MoDanlola Dilt HCo McMulliu Geo Heyser Con Sixty itmoo wbUti th oW wlubl fw iltf of tbUpliM U Meyer Buras and about thirty aoroa la ttabtr Th Rtantiuer A Taylor Rosetta Drurvn ratiosla ucdr g4 faaao a4 H vatorod It Co Bewleyvllle Kyf W E filao dttlrabla looattoa fer a good farm Bennett Hat Brown Irvingtou Ky J Juo P Nichols a good buIMlag tit aad Ualway ooavMUat A K Morris Wg Spring raanaahjo to fUrfleldKyi to rsarkot Aw4y Tama Ky JTKIMWrOH rUrdUoUig f SH New Perfumes KINCHELOE itl t BOARD Tka aMmm an IU Pm In IIMRI iyttraltU HAKDINSBURQ KY AJ isqpiiwpii JfriwjiwiiiiiwiijjjiBijki rarwH 0 Highest of all ti THE BRKOK3NiSSDG Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Repot t kKltfS 6tiOVRRt6Si ttV iIiAl fni mi iirtri f iWiiifiiitrrn Royl Powder J3 ABSOLUTELY PURE News 10 1894 Baking SLIP Breckenridge WEDNESDAY AN ELECTRICAL OCTOBER MONEY What Is It Any It Is Any Article In Form Whatever That Doos the Monoy Work It May be Stamped by Government And Yet Fail To Do The Money Work Us Stability of Vital Importance To Government And People TAKES ISSUE WITH J H A IIahdinsiiuiki Kv October 1st IS1 I Editoii Nkwh I see hi your paper tlint n gentleman sinning himself J II A hits submitted some thoughts on money to the consideration of your readers and closes his article with an Invitation to any one that desires to do so to take issue with him confidently beHoving I suppose that he is able to copo with any ono that may chance to read his article Theraurc somo thoughts suggested by him that I wish to notice I may not do so In a very logical man ner nor may I successfully controvert ulmt J II A has said hut I hope at least to make myself understood He asks what is money and gives Money is a the following delhiitiim legal tender for the payment of debts created by the act of a government of competent jurisdiction This may bo a legal definition of money but to make an economic argument which I suppose J 11 A is trying to do would reqtiiru quite a different definition Before we can give an intelligent definition of money wo must first inquire what money does I think J II A has correctly given two of the uses of money but lias omitted the third Money is a medium of exchange second a measure of value and third a standard of deferred payments Any article that serves as a medium of exchange a measure of value and a standard of deferred payments does the Â¬ Â¬ money work What then is money Anyarticlo in any form whatever that does the money work is money let it ho gold silver paper leather or bark with or without the government btuinji An article may be btamped by a gov Â¬ ernment of competent jurisdiction and issued as money and made a legal ten Â¬ der in payment of debts and yet fail to bo money for it may not do the money work Money may or may not be a creation of sovereignty money may or may not bo fiat money An article to be money depends alto- Â¬ gether on whether or not it does the money work The best Money does the money work bebt Money to do the money work well must bo stable in value Money enters so largely into human and govermental transactions that iU stability is of vital importance to a gov Â¬ ernment and its people so vital that Â¬ the government undertakes tho manage ment of money so as to make it of uniform value My friend J II A seems to get tho idea that au article must have the government stamp to make it money Money Is stamped to prevent counter- Â¬ feits anil it is expressed in units for convenience If money would remain sta- Â¬ ble of itself and men would not counter feit it and we had an article easily divid- Â¬ ed into definite parts or units I dare say that government would have nothing to do with money Tho intervention of government then Is not necessary in order to make an article money te but an article to be money must do tho money work Tho statements then of J II A that money is a certificate issued by Government that money is a creation of sovereignty and that all money Is fiat aro mere assertions without any argu ment to support them Ho further as Â¬ serts that money has no intrinsic value I do not know what J II A means by intrinsic value but it can be establish Â¬ ed that an article to bo good money un Â¬ der all circumstunces and conditions must have a commercial value J II A takes up tho greater part of his article In Btatlng and commenting upon lticardos statement which amount to the state ment that the value of monoy Is governed by supply and demand This statement is true of flat mouoy or any money that depends upon the government stamp for it valuo hut it is not altogether tine of a money made of an article which has commercial valuo as well as a monoy valuo J II A says The Teoplo Party bo lioves In honest monoy money of uni- Â¬ form and steady purchasing and debt paying power This is tho kind of money we all want Will J II A Iq hb next tell us what tuu and how to K l p jwoeare it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Public opinion had been triumphant Â¬ ly vindicated Tho Insanity plea had broken down and Albert Prior was sen Â¬ tenced to bo hanged by tho neck until ho was dead and might tho Lord have mercy on his fouI Everybody agreed that it was n righteous verdict but now that ho was hcntcnecd they added Poor fellowl Albert Prior was a young man who had hail moro of his own way than was good for him Ills own family father mother brother and sisters had given way to him w much that ho appeared to think tho world at largo bhould do tho panic Tho world differed with him Unfortunately tho first to opitoso his violent will was u woman a girl nlmost Shu would havo nothing to do with him and told him so Ho stormed of course but did not look uiwii her oppo sition its bcrlous No girl in her senses could continue to refuse a young man of his prospects in life But when ho heard that sho had liccomo engaged to young Bowen tho telegraph operator Priors rago paied all bounds Ho de termined to frighten ltowcu ou of tho place nnd called at tho telegraph ofllco for that laudablo punose but Bowen was tho night operator and was absent Tho day man with a smile not know Â¬ ing what ho did said Boweu would likely bo found at tho Parker place where Miss Johnson lived with her aunt her parents being dead Prior ground his teeth and departed IIo found Miss Johnson at home but alone Thero was a stormy scene end ing with tho tragedy IIo fired four times at lijr keeping tho other two bul Â¬ lets for himself But ho was a coward and a cur at heart and when it camo to tho point of putting tho two bullets into himself ho quailed and thought it best to fhcape Then electricity did him its first disservice It pent his description far mid wide capturing him 25 miles from his home He was taken back to tho county town wheio ho lived nnd lorigi d in jail Public opinion cut right and all powerful now asserted itself Tho out ward and visible sign of its action was an ominous gathering of dark browed citizens outside tho jail Thero were de termined iiiutterlngs among tho crowd rather than outspoken anger but tho mob was tho moro dangerous on that account Ono man in its midst thrust his closed hand toward the sky and from his hand dangled a rope A cry like tho growling of a pack of wolves went tip as tho mob saw tho rope nnd they clamLynch ored at tho gates of tho jail hinil Jailer give up tho keys I was tho cry Tho agitated sheriff know his duty but ho hesitated to jierforin It But tho keys were not given up The clamor had ceased A young man with palo face and red eyes btood on tho top of tho htono wall that surrounded tho jail Ho held up his hand and thero was instant silence They nil recognized him as Bowen tho night operator to whom bho had been engaged ho cried and his clear Gentlemen voico reached tho outskirts of tho crowd dont do it Dont put an everlasting stain on the fair name of our town No ono ha ever been lynched in this county and none in this stuto so far as I know Dont let us begin it If I thought tho mlserablo scoundrel insldo would cscapo if I thought his money would buy him off Id bo tho man to lead you to bat ter down thoso doors and hang him on tho nearest tree and you know it But ho Thero wero cheers at this wont ehcax His money caut buy him off IIo will bo hanged by tho law Dont think Its mercy Im preachiug Bowen bhook his its Aeiigeancol clinched list at tho jail That wretch thero has lxxm in hell over siuco ho heard your shouts Holl bo in holl for Iiob a dastard until the time his trembling legs carry him to tho hcaffold I want him to stay in this hell till he drops through into tho other if there is one I want him to sulfer somo of tho misery ho has caused Lynching is over in a moment I want that murderer to die by tho slow merciless cruelty of tho law Even tho worst in tho crowf shudder ed as they heard these words and realized as they looked at Bowcns face al most inhuman in its rage that his thirst for revenge mado their own seem almost innocent Tho speech broke up the crowd The man with tho ropo throw it over into tho jull yard shouting to tho eherlff Takocaroof it old man youll need it And mi it camo about just as Bowen knew it would that ull tho money and iuflueuco of tho Prior family could not help tho murderer and ho was sentenc ed to 1m hanged on Sept 21 at fl a in And thus public opinion was satisfied But the moment the hcutcutowus an nounced and tho fato of tho young man bottled a curious change began to bo no tlced in public opinion It teemed to havo veered louud Thero was much Bymjathyfor tho family of course Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ incn tnero camo to in mucn sympathy for tho criminal himself People quoted tho phrase about the worst wc a man can lw put tn Ladle cent flowers to tho condemned mans cell After all hang ing him iHxir fellow would not bring Miss Johnson bark to Ufa However few ppokeof JMiss Johnxou she was forgotten by nil but one man who ground Ids trcth wIipii ho realized the Instability of public opinion Petitions wero got up headed by the local clergy Women bogged for signa tares nnd got them Everyman and woman signed them all except one and een ho was urged to sign by a tear- Â¬ ful lady who askul him to iomcmlxr that vengeance was the lairds But tho Lord has his Instruments and I swear to said Bowen grimly you madam that If you succeed in get- Â¬ ting that murderer reprieved I will bo tho instrument of tho Lords vengo Â¬ Â¬ Ooxxie Jefferson Street JGSTWo WXXEN YOU - The ilrat place to visit Is the big establishment of thu S T MOUUK CO There you can by ANYTHING almost thats not alive or Not only this advantage but tho perishable Thero you buy direct from the FACIOIMK and savo the regular dealers profits Parties who cant come to house will ship the goods to your homes FIIKK of freight if you live within 200 miles of Loubvlllo Ixmlnville should u rile in this grtat house Iteaders of the IllttiCKKNUIIHil- NKWSran Inquire of the paper as to the kind of Itemeinber that Try It One piirchaw Mill make a llfo customer of YOU treatment they wilt get from the S T MUOItK CO thu Iioiiw Is not like other sloreb- - It sella on COMMISSION Mrlclly is alwnyB gt tling In now consignments from manufacturer to whom money has been ndvanced nnd whose Roods MUST UK SOLD at whatever price they will bing The house thus repnsenta nearly every big FAOrOltY IN TIIK WOltLB speclally In to Xovn CO KY once Oh I shall ccitalnly not sign It is if yon will pardon m an Insult to ask me If you repilovo him you will inalco fcr I will kill him a mnrclutr of i when ho comas out If It is 20 years from now You tall of lynching It Is buch work n you aro doing that makes lynching iwssiblc Tho pcoplo becm ull with you now moro shamo to them but tho next mxirder that Is committed will bo followed by a lynching just be cause you rro successful today Tho lady left Bowen with n sigh de pressed bccatibo of tho depravity of hu man nutuie as indeed sho had every Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on effect You were noblooncoand sav Â¬ ed him from lynching bo noblo ngaln and savo him from tho gallows dy dont say that pleaded tho la Your blgnutuio would havo huch STMOORB Fourth FURNITURE AND CARPETS pay freight on alll goods within 200 miles of Louisville except Mirrors Show Cases and goods bought at auction MANUFAGTURRRS to AQElNTS LOUISVILLE bet Fifth Avenues Through Green Avenue BBTWBF4 ntJJii iJ Tho Prior family was a rich and influential one Tho person who is ulivo has many to help tho ono in tho gravo has few to cry for justice Petitions calling for mercy poured in on tho gov ernor from all parts of tho btato Tho good man whoso cyo was entirely on Ills own re election did not know what to do If any ono could havo shown him mathematically that this action or tho other would gain or lose him exactly so many votes his course would havo been clear but his own udvkers wevo uncer- Â¬ tain about the matter Aiuistnko in a little thing like this might easily loso him tho election Sometimes it was iu mored that the governor was going to commute tho sentence to imprisonment for life Then the rumor was contradicted Peoplo claimed apparently ith justice that surely imprisonment for llfo was a sufficient punishment for a young man but every ono knew In his own heart that tho commutation was only the beginning of tho flghtt and that future governor would havo sufficient pressino lnought to bear upon him to let tho young man go Up to tho 20th of September tho gov ernor made no sign When Bowen went to his duties on tho nidit of the 20th ho met tho Mm iff Has any reprievo arrived yet ask ed Bowen Tho bheriff shook his head sadly Ho had never yet hanged a man and did not wish to begin No and from said tho shulff what I heard thin afternoon nono is likely to nrrive The governor has mado up his mind at last that the law must tako Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ right to be would bo too lata Tho newspaper man lingering asked if there would lie only one telegrapher on hand rft r tlo txecutlou I shJl a lot of stuff to send over ni i I i tit rushed Somo of tho pane our specials I would havo brought an operator with me but wo thought thero was going to lw a reprieve although tho sheriff didnt seem to think io ho added Tho day operator will bo hero nt G I will return ns soon as 1vo had a cup of coffee and well handlo nil you can write answered Bowen without looking up from his instrument Thanks Grim business Isnt it hi Â¬ Breckenridge Normal College Will begin its second scholastic year mm Â¬ Its course said Boweu of that Well Im not After 0 oclock messages almost ceas- Â¬ ed coming in and Boweu sat reading tho ovenlng paper Suddenly there camo a call for tho office and tho operator answered As tho nicssago camo over tho wiro Bowen wroto it down mechanical- Â¬ ly from tho clicking instrument not un derstanding its purpose but when ho read it ho jumped to his feet with an oath IIo looked wildly around tho room then realized with a bigh of ro llcf that ho was alone except for tho messenger boy who sat dozing ill a corner with his cap otir his eyes IIo took up the paper again and read it with set teeth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Im glad this man Pcoplo dont want to boo lynching introduced and a weak kneed friend Well governor is TudgoLyiicl good night Keo jou in 50 morning Good night said Bowen Daylight gradually dimmed tho lamps in tho telegraph room and Bowen btart cd and caught his breath ns tho church bell began to toll It was 10 minutes after 0 when Bow tnH partner tho day man camo In Well theyve hanged him hosaid Bowen was fumbling amoiisoiuu pa IKrs on his table IIo folded two of them and put them iu his iiiido pocket Then hu spok Thero will bo a newspaper man hero in a few moiueuts with a good deal of copy to telegraph Rush it off as fast as you can nnd Ill bo back to help beforo j ou aro tired As Bowen walked toward tho jail ho met ths scattered group of thoso who hud been privileged to beo tho execution Tlioy weio discussing capital pun ishment and somo wero yawning complaining about tho unearthly hour cho sen for tho function they had just bo held Between tho outsido gato and tho jail door Bowen met tho bheriff who was looking ghastly and sallow in tho fresh uioiuiug light I havo como to givo myself up said Bowen beforo tho official could greet him To givo yourself up What for For murder I suppose This is no time for joking young man said tho sheriff severely Read Do I look liko a humorist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is I thought tho governor would cave Didnt you I didnt know Hes a rluewd old villain nod havo lost next election if hod reprieved Tuesday Sept 4 1894 3300 Will pay all expenses for one term of ten weeks There will be four terms of ten J weeks each and one term of j m k O -- gCft3lg eight weeks ytt Mi ffi Address Tuition 800 per term in advance Board 1000 per month every thing furnished k R P SHACKLETT President HARDINSBURG KY And thus it was Public opinion was Tho governor was triumphantly re elected as a man with somo stamina about him Robert onco moro vindicated Democrats The voters of the Cloverport Magister Â¬ ial District are hereby called to meet in mass convention for the purpose of mak- Â¬ ing a nomination for Magistrate on Sat- Â¬ urday October 20th at 1 oclock p m at tho City Hall in Cloverport Ky All Democrats in the District are requested F N DHuv to be present Chairman Cloverport Ky Sept 15th 1804 N-- Barr Sheriff of Drcnthu County IlrcntliiKvllle Do nut proceed further Willi execution of Prior Sentence commuted Documents eont off b- - tonights mull registered Ann cr Unit jou understand tills mes agc Joux Day Governor Bowen walked up and down tho room no doubt as to what ho would do but lio wanted to think over it Tho telegraph instrument culled to him and ho turned to it giving tho answering click Tho mcs sage was to himself from tho operator at tho capital and it told him ho was to forward tho sheriffs telegram without delay and report to tho ofllco at tho capital a mans llfo depended on It the nicssago concluded Bowen answer ed that tho telegram to tho sheriff would bo immediately sent Taking another telegraph blank ho with knitted brow IIo was in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wroto Sheriff of Ilreiitlng Count lirentlngtllle Proceed with execution of Prior No re prieve will lo Bent Kuply if jou understand this message John Day Joicrnor It is a pity it cannot bo written that Boweu felt somo compunction nt what ho was doing We liko to think that eufToring with weakness and who give little nourishment to bablosshould emaciation tako Mothers Clods suko telcgrupli ns boon as possible Scotts Emulsion tho Cream of Cod liver Oil nnd hypophosphltof It will glvo thorn strength and make their babies fat Physicians the world over endorse It I hall delay execution until last moment allowed by law Boweu did not send that nicssago but Â¬ when a man deliberately commits a crimo ho should hesitate and pay enough defereuco to tho proprieties us to feel nt least a temporary regret oven if ho goes on with his crimo afterward Bowcns thoughts wero upon tho dead girl not on tho living man IIo roused tho doling telegraph messenger ho said Hero tako this to tho jail mid find tho sheriff If ho is not there go to his residence If ho is asleep wako him up Tell him this wants nu answer Oivo him n blank and when ho has filled it up briug it to mo CJlvo tho message to no one else mind Tho boy said Yes blr ami departed into tho night IIo returned so quickly that Bowen know without asking that ho had found tho sleepless sheriff nt tho jail Tho niebsugo to tho governor writ ten iu a trembling hand by tho sheriff was 1 understand that tho execution U to tako place If ou should change your mind for Â¬ kidofiJtr4o wAHKii AinA - M M fc3 duilrad by SuistlMw - iViVilHifcHilliira fmt H nitonuar m i4rl 1fc i iiiwiiea- f another IIo huighcd and then checked himself iu alarm for his laugh sounded strange I wonder if I am qulto sano ho said to himsolf I doubt it Tho night woro slowly on A man representing a press association camo in after 19 and sent a long dispatch Boweu tclegTaphod it taking tho chances that tho receiver would not comniuiil cato with tho sender of tho roprlovo at tho capital IIo know how mechanical news of tho greatest importance was taken off tho wiro by men who havo au Â¬ tomatically been doing that for years Anyhow all the copper and sslno iu tho world could not net a inossgo Into Brentiugvlllu oxcept through him until ho dry uix rutor eumq mi and jlieu It PwMsWaM Tho Bkst Suvk in the world for Cuts First incredulity then horror over spread tho haggard faco of tho sheriff Biuises Pores Ulcers SaltltheumFever ns ho read and teiead tho dispatch IIo sores TetterChapped HandsChilblains staggered back against tho wall putCorns and all Skin Kruptions and pos-Â¬ ting up his arm to keep himself from itively cures Piles or no pay required falling givo perfect satis- Â¬ Do you do it is guaranteed to ho gasped Bowen faction or money n funded Price 25 you mean to to tell mo that this nics jents per box For bale byA R Fisher sago camo for mo last night I do And you you suppressed it ELECTROPOISE I did and sent you a false ono And I havo hanged a reprlovcd man You have hanged a murderer yes My Godl My God cried tho slier iff Ifo turned his faco on his arm Tho Ehctropoiso gave me complete re- Â¬ against tho wall and wept Ills nerves lief from excruciating palu in three wero gone IIo had been up nil night I also flud it good for treaf and hud never hanged a man before iug children for their numerous ail- Â¬ Boweu Etood thero until the spasm ments 0 T Soden with Bridgeford A Tho bheriff turned indigwas over nantly tohlni trying tohldo tho feeling Co Louisville Ky of shamo ho felt at givlug away in Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky anger at tho witness of it ays I suffered for years with ray And you como to me you villain kidneys Iniltmmatlon of the bladder becauso I said I would holp you If you and enlargement of tho prostate gland over got into a tight place D n your tight placol cried tho After a short trial of tho Eiectropoiso I I como to you to givo my- Â¬ am entirely relieved and feel twenty young man self up 1 stand by what I do I dont years younger Fqueal Thero will bo no petitions got I havo detived more benefit lioni the up for mo What aro you going to do use of Klectropoiso than from all othor mo with I think it tho remedies combined Idontknow Bowen Idontknow faltered tho official oil tho point of grandest Invention of tho ago It can Mrs M E breaking down Ho did not wish to not bo p aised to highly hnvu to hang another man and a friend Gorman Sadlovllle K August 20 at that Ill havo to beo tho governor John 11 Davis Esq of Barboursville Ill lenvo by thotofirst train I dont sup Ky Tho Electropolse Is tho best all poso youll try escapo round doctor I know of My wife suf Â¬ Ill bo hero when you want me So Bowen went back to help tho day fered from effects of la grlppo for several operator and tho bheriff left by tho first years also a complication of other ailIn- Â¬ train for tho capital ments Now die is entirely well Now a strange thing happened For digestion bothered mo a great deal am tho first timo within human recollec- Â¬ now well Ono of my neighbors Is using tion tho newspapers wero uuaulmous iu It for lung trouble and reports Improve- Â¬ commending tho conduct of tho head of organs of tho governors ment tho state tho own party lavishly praising him tho op- Â¬ Asa curative agmt tho Electropolse position sheets grudgingly admitting can not bo equaled Nearly 1000 havo that ho had moru backbone than they been put out from this office in tho last had given him credit for Public opinmonths ion liku thu cat of tho blinile hud WEBB DU BOISE jumped and that unmistakably Louisvllo Ky Iu tho imino of all thats wonderful 500 Fourth Avenuo sheriff said thu bewildered governor who signed all thoso petitions If tho papers wanted tho man hanged why in tho llends namo did thoy not say so beforo uud savo mo nil this wor ry Now how many know of this sup pressed dispatch Well theres you und your subordl Tor a CAN I OIITA1K A IfATENTt nutes hero nnd prompt answer and an bonet opinion writs to hi UN N Ai CO who baro had nearly nfty jeart Well bay nothing about It OoioiuuoIch inunoa la tne patent bulnea tlona irlctlr 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