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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v- - 4K7f t f tv rv -- ry w tw jWllf WTiWMJpijiiMPmfli tHm jinymwyi THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Hill II iiii --I IMMMMl 1M II IMMI - I Mia a aaaB M VOL XIX CLOVERPOllT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6 1895 NO 29 A Free Discussion of the Money Question r J H A PROPOUNDS A FEW QUESTIONS TO R P S ON THE MONEY QUESTION Ho Assorts That a- Bar of Gold Nino tenths Flno Is Not Money - And Is Not a created by the flat of law Then no sub sin co whatever is or can be money un Â¬ til it is endowed by law with the money nso and function Henco alt money whether metallic or paper ifial money 1 now place my ten dollar gold eagle on nn anvil and striko it a blow with n hammer and my money lias vanished disappeared Now let It P S tell tho readers of the News what lias become of my money my ten dollar engle It has disappeared Hut I iimiW where was tho money fund Ion In the tmtal or in the stamp It is not in the metal lor I still hold that and it is io longer money The MONEY FUNCTION 1IY its Ell rrnciiARiNU and deut payino IS IN THE STAMP BACKED THE LAW Now then if tho people of the United v mm a k r V i - 5 fc ti I W States have power through their agent the government to placo the stamp of authority on gold conferring the money function thereon why cannot the same But So Soon As The Same Bar people through their tame goiernment placo their same ttamp on paper conltrtirg Goes Through The Mint On it all lheimcfii of money t It P S will not tell us why he cannot And Receives Tho do it neither cfln any other advocate of tho gold basis humbug Is not R P S ready to concede that STAMP OF GOVERNMENT there Is no intrinsic value in money I etill hold that piece of gold bullion from which the money function has been ef Â¬ It On It Under tho Great Law of faced by the blow of the hammer possesses the same romm rcial value it Legal Tender It Then Be- Â¬ possescd when it carried the stamp of the government Now this quotiun comes Money why is it not money It has all the re quisites which It P S says are neresstry to make it ten dollars This is his idea And Is a Legal fender for all Debts of honest money Why is this metal morn honest It P Ss sound money or sound money than silver nital or paper material when it in not money at The Question Then Follows What alll Once more Tho material whether Made That Bar of Gold Money metallic or paper on which the stomp of tho government is placed acts only as the agent or messenger conveying evid- Â¬ OR A LEGAL TENDER ence of the money function in the mark- Â¬ et as a medium of exchange or as a legal tender for payments Says H P S Tho stamp of the gov Â¬ Ho Claims All Money Is Fiat There ernment alone cannot givo money pur- Â¬ Again Tho purchas chasing power Is No Intrinsic ValueAII Money ing power of money is regulated by the Derives Its Value from Lim- Â¬ inexorable law of supply and demand These are certainly logical and consistitation of Its Quantity And note that both ent propositions these propositions are from a professor ono of our best teachers INTERESTING READING FOR THE The demand for money is represented by all the wants of all tho people for it MASSES is by means of money that all tho wants of all tho people are supplied The tup It P ply of money is the creation solely of the PaducAii Kv Editor News S in Ills last contribution to the News goiernment II the demand for money no one remains stationary and tho supply of on tho money question said ever doubted Unit the stamp of the gov- Â¬ money be increased by placing an addiernment is necessary to give nn articlo tional number of ttampt on an additional debt paying power or to make it a legal suppy of materials any kind of mater Â¬ Ho adds my ials tho government deems proper to re Â¬ tender for payments contention is that the stamp of the gov ceive the stamp will not tho purchasing V ernment alone cannot give money pur power of tho dollar or other unit of chasing powor and that any articlo to bo money be diminished It P S is gold money must have in addition to already committed to the supply and the government stamp intrinsic or com demand theory and I ask him whether mercial value it is not true that an additional supply Now I wish to ask II P S this quesof money put into circulation will dimin Â¬ tion What was that article or any article ish the purchasing power of evory dollar If so does not tho before it received tho stamp of tho gov- Â¬ of money out ernment conferring thereon the legal ten- Â¬ stamp of the government regulate tho der or debt paying function That arti- Â¬ purchasing power 61 tho dollar clo was only gold silver nickle copper Again if tho demand for money be or paper before it was endowed by law steadily ipcreasing and tho supply of with tho legal tender function I hold money bo cut off as was done by re- Â¬ at this moment in my hand a bar of gold pealing tho purchasing clauso of the weighing exactly 258 grains It is puro Sherman silver law or diminish d as gold nine tenths flno It has not receiv- Â¬ was done after tho closo of tho war by I also destroying SI 349000000 if tho p oplos ed the stamp of the government hold a certificate from the assay master currency and the issuance therefor of in in the United Stat s mint certifying that lerest brarlng bonds will nQt the pur Â¬ it is precisely the rqual in wolght and chasing powr of the dollar be incr Ohed the liiif ness of a gold- eagle Hut is it in exactly the same ratio that the rlion moneys Can I compel any creditor of ofmonoycut ofl or destroyed burs to niliio to accept tills bar of gold in pay Â¬ the total amount then in t xistenct If ment of a debt Can I compel the slier so does not tho ttamp of the goiernment iir or tax collector to accept it in paj under the authority of law inert asiig or nient of my taxes now due Cun 1 com Â¬ diminishing the number if monej units pel It P S to accept it in cancellation of in circulation regulate th value pur u debt due him for tuition in his school chating and debt paying power of money It P H and every reader- of tho Nkws Does not It P S think ho would bet knows that I cannot do so Then is it ter re adjust his logic and pluco it on a money No it is not and overjono basis of reason and common sense If knows it Is not money Now I present tho supply of money is not regulated by bar of gold at tho mint of the United this the stamp of tho government placed on States for free coinage It Is received at tho money thing by authority of lawwhat tho mint under the law for the free coin- Â¬ is it regulated by Every increuso in age ofgold and tho etamp of tho govern Â¬ tho supply of money the demand re Â¬ ment under the authority of the great maining the same diminishes tho pur- Â¬ law of legal tender is placed on it making chasing power of the dollar or oilier unit it a legal tender for ten dollars Now of money Every diminution of the sup- Â¬ what That which before was not money ply of money the demand for its nso re Â¬ at all is now full legal tender absolute maining the same orincreaslng increases Â¬ wioiiofthe United States whose pur- the purchasing power of tho dollar or chasing and debt paying power is pre other unit of money The work of in- Â¬ cieely the same Abie what made that bar creasing or diminishing tho supply of of gold to be money to be legal tender t maney is wholly thatof the government I suppose It P 8 would answer The incieaslng or diminishing tho number of inexorable law of supply and demand money ttamps in existence Hence tlub or porhaps ho would answer God or na Â¬ conclusion is irreslstable that the stamp ture made it money DOES CONFKK AND OP THE GOVERNMENT Hut I am porsuadjd that there is not a IIEUUIATE THE HKAI VALUE OF MONEY student in It P Ss school who would not answer unhesitatingly The Into and ja 1 GENTLE COMIFCTIVE the law only made that bar of gold to be u what you noca wncn your money There is exactly the samo liver Heroines iiiocuve what you net when you Uko quantity of bullion in tho coin alter re- Â¬ Dr Iloitos IeUeU tlioyro ceiving the stamp that there was bofore true iroui mo viuiuuvu uiiu tho grilling that come with Whero then lies the money function tho ordinary pill All medi Â¬ Not in the metal but In tho ttamp based cal authorities agree that In regulating tuo bowel mild on the law The fiat of the iaw placed met uodmru preferable For the btuii of the uovkunhrnt on that pvery trouiio oi iuo iivtr money atonuicli and bowels these piece of gold making it Then It tiny duenr cottted pllfa aro la clear that gold dollars are as much a Tboy go most effective Â¬ creation of the law as absolute govern about tholr work In an cany way and thou und natural ment paper money is Neither It or can good Jrwfs they strengthen endowed with the money use and and tone up tlio llulug uitmi lininc of the stomach and function without authority of law Law is bowels thereby promoting m necessary to clothe the stibstanco ex digestion Blck anil Bilious Headache Comtipation Wing In the form of gold with tjie money Sour Stomach Itullgcatlou uee and function m it is to clothe the DCwmoiiii nilloua Attack ami tifAVAIltuil ivlhwttl ABU MiUtance exlatlug In the form of paper nermannntl Toured TMlfrK with th uiottey am and function The the cbetwet pUl you can one void mwwy Is created by the flat bar for inayre pwaraiwaew Ito gtv MtMacUon or yew tt other paper mmyU aim l wooay la returned LEGAL TENDER FOR DEBTS Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ QUIBBLES JUST TO SET HIS charge this obligation However he MIND AT EASE owns a horse which ho values at 100 This horso ho oilers to It P S for the debt but It P S has no use for the horso and demands the legal tenders I HoQuotesFrom LoadincEconomlsts have 100 in government legal tenders To Show That Tho Super- Â¬ paper money I need the horse and Â¬ ngree to take him at his owners valua stition of tion With this money which S P Js father lms received for Ills horso ho goes to It P S and tenders it in payment of his indebtedness to him Again It P Intrinsic Valuo Is Borno By a Num- Â¬ S uses tills 100 In payment of any debts ber of Emminent Men High owing by him or in purchasing supplies In Authority of whatever kind needed to the amount of 100 in value Now let mo ask what gave that 100 In government legal tend Â¬ ers value purchasing and debt paying power if it was not the ttamp of the Intrinsic Value Is Used In Contragoiernment t distinction to Money Valuo Did not tho ttamp of tho gorernment confer all the powers nnd functions of money on those pieces of It P os worthless papei Was not the pur Â¬ Papor When Stamped Has Money chasing and debt paying power of that Valuo Take It Off And It 100 precisely tho same Loses It Did it not puichase for me a horjo Did it not dis Â¬ wortnSlOOin value charge 100 of indebtedness for S P Js father Did it not purchase 100 GOLD AND SILVER DO NOT of value hi worth for It P S Now this by what process of reason Â¬ ing will my Iriend It P S reason out that the uhij of the government confers Money Value Depends Upon Supply dtbt paying jiower but not purchasing pou erf And Demand of tho All the value which that government money had wat conferred by law both its value ns a medium of exchange and ns u legal tender tor payments NUMBER OF PIECES Now I have demonstrated the truth of these points First All monoy is fiat money Value Depends Upon tho Second There is no intrinsic value in Intrinsic money nor any necessity for any Supply and Domand of tho 1 bird Money derives its value from the limitation of its quantity Respectfully QUANTITY OF THE ARTICLE J II A Â¬ Now supposo S P father had sent his son to It P Ss school which is nn excellent institution and were In Â¬ debted to him in tho sum of 100 for tuition Hut for the time being he Is without he money necessary to dis Â¬ Js R PS FEW OF J H NOTICES A AS Provisions of the Currency Measure Now Fending Before Congress Prof Wasiiinuton Jau 29 Tho enabling act introduced by Chairman Springer carrying out the Presidents suggestions is as follows Ho Shacklott Is a Bimetalist He Believes In Tho Freo Coinage of it enacted by the Senate and House BOTH GOLD AND SILVER of Representatives oLtho United States of kr America in congress assembled that in order to enable tho secretary of the treasury to procure and maintain a suf- Â¬ ficient gold reservo to redeem and re Â¬ tire United States legal tender notes and treasury notes issued uuder tho act of July 14 1890 entitled An net directing the purchase of silver bullion and tho issuo of treasury notes thereon and for other purposes ho is hereby authorized to issue and sell at not less than par in gold except as provided in section 2 of this act United States registered or coupon bonds in denominations of 20 nnd 50 and mutiples of said sums respectively payable 50 yeais after in gold coin of the United States of the present weight and flnoness and bearing interest nt a rate not exceeding I per cent per annum payable quarterly in like coin and such bonds and the inter- Â¬ est thereon shall have like qualities privileges and exemptions as the bond Issued under tho net approed July II 1870 entitled An act to authorize tho refunding of tho national debt Such bonds may bo sold and delivered in tho United States or elsewhere as may be deemed most advantageous to tho iuter eotsof the government Sec - That whenover any other legal tender notes or treasury notes shall be re Â¬ deemed iu gold they shall be ctncelled and not leitsuul and the secretary of tho treasury is hereby authorized in his dis- Â¬ cretion to receive United States legal tender notes and treasury notes issued 1890 under the aforesaid act of July 1 in pajmentof any of the bonds issued uuder the preceding section of this act and the notes eo received shall be can- Â¬ celled and not reirsued Sec 3 That hereafter national bank- Â¬ ing associations may take out circulating notes in the manner now provided by law to an amount tqual to tho par value of tho bonds deposited to secure tho same Hut this provision shall not ap Â¬ ply to any bonds now outstanding bear Â¬ ing interest at tho rate of 2 per cent only Sic 4 That hereafter no national bank notes of a less denomination than 10 shall be issued and ns rapidly as such notes of denominations less than 10 shall bo received injo tho treasury otherwise than for redemption they shall be canceled and an equal amount of notes of like character but in denom- Â¬ inations of 10 nnd multiples thereof shall bo issued in their places All silver certificates now outstanding In denomi Â¬ nation larger than 10 Bhnll when re Â¬ ceived iuto the treasury of tho United States bo retired and canceled und silver certificates iu denominations less than 10 shall bo issued iu their stead Sec 5 That from and alter the first day of July 1803 all duties on imports shall be paid in gold coin only and all taxes debts and demandsother than du ties oir imports nccruing or becoming duo tho United States shall be paid in gold or silver coin treasury notes United States note silver certificates or uote of national banks Sec 0 I hat all laws and parts of laws inconsistent with tho provisions of the preceding sections are hereby re Â¬ pealed and a sum sufficient to carry the provWoua of this act into effect be and the game la hereby appropriated out of any mouey in the trtatury not other 1 Â¬ IlAnDiNsiiuno Ky Mb Editoii I desire to speak first of a few of my friends quibbles not that I think that there is anything in them but merely to set his mind at ease He says that all economists of note liavo discarded tho superstition of in- Â¬ trinsic value and that they now hold that fiat o- - political money is sound J II A does not seem to have any mind of his own but relies wholly upon tho statements of others As he thinks that I am alone in my superstition nnd ignorance I will givo him somo of the company I keep J U Say an eminent French econoÂ¬ Since tho national money mist says whatever be its material must havo a peculiar and inherent intrinsic value it forms an item of national wealth A little superatitieus I Richard T Ely in his Outlines of Economics in liKI tays Tho high specific intrinsic nluo of gold and silver adapts them t ue for money Again Irredeemable pajnrr money is bad redeemable paper money is good More superstition I Mr R G Horr an eminent wiiter of New York saj Put a gold dollar iuto tho stone and melt it into a uuggot und it will buy as much In this form as before 1 1 Â¬ Ignorance superstition Hon T E Wilson of Now York per Â¬ haps tho most eminent writer of modem times Bays To bo honest a dollar must bo worth as much without tho govern- Â¬ ment stamp n3 with it A Again gold dollar is honest for no part of its valuo depends upon tho treasury stamp Crank I mossback I superstition I Francis A Walker says of inconverti- Â¬ ble paper money Economists have genorally agreed to deny tho title money to such issues J II A says that the economists aro all against mo Francis Walker says not Who Is right Hear Walker again The man who advocates government Issues flat monoy without being prepared to show that they will not be so abused as to do more of evil than ot benefit is not entitled to be heard Thoy aro all ngalust me Hear Walker further ho talks nicely I believe that the issue of flat money Is nover a sound measure of finance I bellevo it to be as surely a mistakeu policy as the resort of an athlete to the brandy bottlo I hold any man to bo something less than a ttatesman who under any stress of fiscal exigency supports a measure for the issue of papor monoy not convertible at the instant on demand into coined money of its full denominate value Tho arguments by which such measures aro supported seem to me the veriest trash dnp to Ignorance and cowardice It would bo a pity to quote any more superstitious fellows but if my friend asks it X will give him bx or seven others next time to tho sam 100 cents is incorrect and thon ho says that gold is worth 200S per ounce Ho is n better Populist than mathematicion Had ho figured he would havo found that 20 OS per ounco makes 2i22 grains worth 1000193 a little more than u dol- Â¬ lar J 11 A seems to bo entirely igno rant of the meaning of intrinsic value as used by economists Ho makes n long argument to show that gold would loso its value were there no demand for it will tho Professor still nnd then asks maintain that the purchasing power of 23 22 grains of gold would not be dimin Â¬ ished If I say yes it will bo diminish- Â¬ ed then ho would say it has no Intrinsic value for an articlo with intrinsic valuo can not loso it under any conditions Now this is not tho meaning of the term at nil Intrinsic valuo is used in contra distlnction to money valuo Paper when stamped ns n legnl tender has money value take the stamp oil and it loses its value Gold or silver when stamped as legal tenders havo intrinsic valuo and money value also You trade n silver dollar to ono of our citizens and lie looks at the money valuo trado it to a foreign citizen in n foreign land and he looks nt the intrinsic market or com Â¬ mercial value nud ho will not givo you nny more for it tban it is worth ip the market ns a commodity While the citizen hero will give you a dollars worth for it If the dollar loses all value ns n commodity It loses its intrinsic valne henco intrinsic value is the power of money in txchnngo as n commodity money valuo la tho power of money in exehiingeaa inOney Money value depends upon the supply and demand of the number of pieces intrinsic value upon the supply and de Â¬ mand of the qumtity of the articlo J II A will discuss the single gold standard this is unnecessary 1 am a bi metalist believing in the free coinage of both metals Then it has nothing to do with tho subject we are discussing I nave stated that J II A says money need not and does not possess intrinsic or commercial value Ac to prove my position I quoted Judge Tifiany and Henri Cermuschl and Prof Shack What do theso men lett ignores them Tiffany sayp The currency value say is in the stamp not in the metal Henri Cermusclii says It you supposo gold is These not money its value is lost statements arc made without any argu- Â¬ ment to support them nnd to admit them is to concedo tho very point at issue Hut J II A says lheso men arc eminent authority aud what they say must be true nnd must bo admitted Suppose I state that Jesus Christ is an imposter and to support my statement I quote Hob Ingersoll tho most eminent authority on that side oi the question in Christ tho United States nnd Hob says was far from being what ho claimed to be and all this his followers claim for him is false J II A is compelled to admit It according to his logic He says I did not notice tho decisions of the couits quoted by him The court merely decided that anything stamped as monoy is a legal tender in payment of n debt this I admit His court did not decide nor will it deciJe that nny thing stumped as money must bo takon iu exchange for what wo have to sell J II A asks Does not the Professor know that if the government were to issue 100000000 flat money and make it receivable for all public dues that it would be equal dollar for dollar with an No the equal number of gold dollars Professor does not know this nor does J II A or any one else I know this however that congress did Issue somo legal tender greenbacks nnd that they dhl not circulate equal to gold dollar for dollar until 1879 when congress made them redeemable in gold J II A quotes Christ on mo and says that Ho does not bellevo in tho intrinsic superstition lirist undoubtedly taught intrinsic value in religion and if J II As relig- Â¬ ion is as destitute of value as his money ho is now aboard the lightning express with a through ticket in his pocket to tho lower regions without any halts or stop over privileges J II As syllogysm will not be a fal- Â¬ lacy if ho will honestly quote what I Â¬ n aV0RY HSI 60AP ijt THE wrrsr- M it f LQATS gfrC CO CI 3 H X FORTY MILLION CAKE5 YEARLY POCTCn GAM3LE NT J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HAEPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl c STOCK YARDS KY Jjf tW - oe5PCR0AY RATES The most centrally located Hotel In thacti inconvertible paper money lasts tho greater the danger Massachusetts at ono time Issued irre Â¬ B deemable paper moneyand an over issue followed which brought trade into the utmost confusion and production to the utmost weakness Hussiain 1710 followed with like re- Â¬ sults On account of this money Austria since ISIS has twice been hurled into insolvency Walker gives two Instances where paper monoy was not over issued but Mr Hagehot in his work says of ono of these The noto of tho bank of Franco has not been depreciated enough to disorder ordinaiy transactions but any depreciation ei en the liability to drjtrecin lion is enough to disorder exchange tran- Â¬ sactions Walker says of these two instances that it would not havo inured to the benefit of the government or L there would have been nn over issue E Heal money Edmund Burko says money with intrinsic value can not multiply too much in n country because It is the sign of the incrcaso of trade but paper monoy increases without nny increase of trnde nay often when trado creatly declines for it is not tho measure of tho trado of tho nation but of the necessity of tho government Ceitainly I havo quoted enough au Â¬ thorities if they know anything nbout the history of paper monoy to show that there will bo nn over issue nnd that merely n liability to over issue causes disaster nnd disturbances Then such monoy can not bo good I havo shown from tho history of this paper money Hint there is always nn over issue or n tendoncy to over issue and even in this case it is enough to disorder exchnngo and turn a profit into a less In my next I will show the effects of inconvertible paper monoy on foreign exchange and upon that portion of our citizens doing business with foreigners It P S MANDERSONS PROPOSITION BIG SHOE SALE B Good weet Thing S With every pair of Shoes you nro entitled to n guess card Guess the number of seeds in H 0 Pumpkin 3 Prizes Offered First best Guess Second 200 100 CO S A L lbs sugar Third E Additional to our prizes we are giving some great bar Â¬ gains in our Shoe Department savo you money on the purchase of a pair of Shoos Well Thats Just 15th 1S95 Not All as likely you may bo one of tho lucky three This offer will closo April Everlasting bargains at tho Great Bargain Store GEO YEAKEL CO He Offers a Compromise ou the oftheSilvjr Men Part said wleppopriatd Let us now recapitulate I have shown and J II A ndmiUr when yio govern Â¬ ment issuing pnper money goes down such money becomes worthless but if its money bo made of nn nrticlo which has intrinsic valuo ns well as money value the destruction of the government will not etfect tho valuo of such money I havo shown nud J II A admits that when political money is issued in an indefinite quantity It becomes worthless I havo also shown that when the money lias intrinsic valuo as well as monoy value Its purchasing power Is not effected by an Indefinite Usuo If I can show by tho testimony of men who havo lived where political money was Issued and who have opportunities to observe the workings of such money that there Is always nn over lssuu or a tendency to over issue and that either will cause great indus Â¬ trial disturbances commercial losses and destruction of tiado I show that incon- Â¬ vertible paper monoy is bad money Walkorsuje When onco tho tradi Â¬ tional fear of paper money is worn off tho only safeguard against over Issue is found in far reaching conscientious nnd Again All courngijousstaUsinansliIp BolfUh intorests all passions of tho hour and appetites that clamor for Indulgence effect favor expansions Again he says Tho J H A says that my statement liability io over Issue does not diminish that M 82 gmliM of jmw gold ia worth with tlw but tlw longer Hie of rtl Wasiiinoton Jan 20 The financial emergency camo up in tho Scnato this BHANDENBUHG KY nfternoon when Mr Manderson Hep Neb presented a resolution on tho sub- Â¬ Ho prefaced It by saying that somo ject SALE compromiso was necessary Thcro must M08T IN QUANTITY BESTIN QUAUf V bo a giving nud taking Tho resolution directs tho committeo on finance to pre- Â¬ pare a resolution having tho following essential features First Directing tho secretary of tho treasury to maintain n reservo of 100 WHITES CREAM 000000 in gold nud 200000000 iu silver bonds payable at Second The issuo of the option of the holder either in gold or silver FOR 20 YEARS Third Outstanding notes to bo pay Â¬ Has tod all WORM Remedies gold at tho op- Â¬ able either in silver or EVERY I0TTLE GUARANTEED1 tion of the holder HOLD 11 V AII DKUGUIitTb banks to bo author Â¬ Fifth National rpirW tr ST L0CI9 ft HICIURDSOJ KHimiN ized to use the foregoing bonds as a basis for issuing notes aud the tax on notes to bo removed Sixth Import duties from countries having the gold standard to bo payablo In gold and from countries having the silver standard to bo payable either In gold or silver at the option of tho lin nortor Seventh To authorize tho cnlnngo of P COPYRIGHTSsilver at the ratio of 10 to 1 to the capac CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT Tor a ity ot tno mint iuwr and an hontwt opinion wtlU to t V NN VsToO nbo bt had naulr any aiprlaolalb pttmt bsalneu Ooaiwantaa Buckleai Armoa Salve tlona itrlotlr oonadantUJ A Handbook oiIb fonaattoa ooncarnlu Patent asd bow to to Tho Hisst Suvb in the world for Cub tata taaei taut t raa Alao a aauloftt of ni vn ImI aad MlantlM booki aaat fraa Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt KhoumFover Patanta takan tbroiub Uoan A fla vaaatTa faatatBotloalatB Hclaatlio American a4 Sores TetterChapped HnndsOhllblalns pot ooat to t iBTaotor Tfale aataaittt Bat Corns and all Skiu Eruptions and pos fMsea weeair eMaaauy hnm baa fcf m wort wwituw ei mt emeauMMat faa itively curea Plies or no pay required Maiola aoataa H IMlUaBHflilfjrB yearBaft laHJiaf It is guaranteed to give perfect satte factlon or monoy refunded Price 25 rnii virii y inwVo vbm st11 MHte fir box For mh by A K Fistwr JTOlMf iitaawaT c BIG SHOE WORMS 1 vermifuge jn wit 1111 i il r mre M3SI QRmjKENBJCaCIS BRANDENBURG Mr and Mrs Fon Rhodes gavo young folks an enjoyable dance Thursday night Mr and Mrs Morgan Richardson aro domiciled In their now homo tlerndon cottage and no welcomo them as neigh bors Judge McBcath attended tho dance lostThursday night and formed asovory body does a high opinion of our galaxy of stars Mr Chas Morcman has the patent on his cistern cleaner and wo hope him ul bounded success Mr R II Moreman will travel in his interest I notice my old friend A C Lewis of Louisville has made an assignment Ho has many friends in the county and here who trust ho may entirely retrievo his financial affairs Court affairs wore quiet not many in town too cold Tho Flannery caso was held over Horace Pato colored was sentenced to penitentiary for ono year for a blow with intent to kill Elvico Wimp of Owensboro camo up last week to see his baby who is still quito sick at Judge J F Woolfolks Mr Geo Frymlro was at Judge Woolfolks last week to see his wife who is visiting her father Tho News is on rising ground our Edi- Â¬ tor tells us Surely with such an energetic go ahead individual at the helm its bound to swim and out rido tho tempest of Hard Times and reach tho harbor of homes and firesides Will Howard has severed his connect ion with the firm of Yeakel k Co and will embark in commercial life with his father Mr Tom Howard Will has tho address popularity and business capaci- Â¬ ty to go to tho top round of tho ladder Talleyrand says Language is given to conceal thought Just about this era is a good time to ttst the adage of tho astute Frenchman who knew bo well how to divino others and at tho sanio time guard his own hence his invalua- Â¬ ble assistance to Napoleon and ours to friends Dont fail to commence Chicamauga Many of us associate historical associa- Â¬ tions with tho name and can recount reminiscences of the famous battle Flavored with lovo and adventure no doubt It will rival the celebrated serial story of Hidden Hand of N Y Ledger fame in by gono years Tho Joo B Williams tho biggest tow boat out is anchored a little above us on account of floating ice Sho has about thirty two barges of coal Ono of her men was drowned last Thursday by an accidental step overboard on a cako of ice He immediately went under nnd refcue was impossible Thank you BewLyville for your in- Â¬ formation about tho fate of Pliny Thank you also for the description and where we can gi t It Aud as I am on Golden Rod ground I will say I am just a little at sea Instead of Miss I am told its Mr If so Ho plays the drama well and should hie to the foot- Â¬ lights I wonder if our lady rtaders are inter Â¬ ested in the column of Homo Mado Dreams if not turn your attention to it this week and youll bo surprised at tho information gained A gracefully hanging skirt was described so minutely iu lubt weeks issue that a lady fiicndcut one Buceofcstully by diagram and Mrs J W Richardson who is just from Louisville tells of Now York skirts just received that are fuc timiks That one column is more than worth the reason Â¬ able subscription I am particularly impressed with tho Epworth League division of our paper Carlylo says The beginning and the end of what is the matter with us in t Ik so daj s is that we have forgotten God Let us direct our minds to Buch reading as the League furnishes us and we be reminded very forcibly by that portion of our excellent paper that while science is making rapid strides puro and uudefiled religion is keeping pace and should go hand in baud withallscientiflc research Why cant our church have a Â¬ Â¬ HWe QUOVXlOlXT KV GLENPEANE W 0 Moorman went to Louisville lost Monday Vic Robertson went to Louisvlllo Sat- urday with stock II 0 Wlnklcbleck has returned to his home in Chicago Mrs W It Moorman shipped sixteen flno turkeys tho 31st Miss Cilia F Owen of Louisvlllo Is visiting relatives here Dr Stith ox reels to visit Mcndo county the latter part of this week - MlssSalllo Moorman has been quito sick but is now convalescent is to Everybody on skates for tho last week Many went down on Roughvhero tho sport was fine 4 Jeff Dillon returned to Hardiusburg t Saturday after a few days visit with -friends here sa Mrs Joo Mattingly returned from t Hardlnsburg last week after spending -- N several days there Miss Eva Heston one of Jollys jolly girls spent Saturday and Sunday with her friends the Mirses Owen Miss Tie Moorman and Mrs Dr Jesse Moorman have returned to Cloverport altera pleasant visit to relatives here Miss Lillio Cooper of Ruth and her 8tl guest Mis Blanche Mosely of Hardlns- Â¬ burg spent Sunday with Miss Amanda Deane Wade Pile came down from Hardlns- Â¬ complete1 burg a week ago for two days hunting but tho hunter was sought nnd no game captured Mr W Vennle Moorman has moved to his now homo about three miles from his fathers to try the sad realities of a bachelors life Sam Davidson Falls of Rough who has been suffering for weeks at Owenr boro with nn abcess of tho bowels is 10 ported better Miss Ella Robertson ono of our bon Â¬ niest belles has left for Unlontown since Sho entered school our last writing will there and reports that shes delighted with everything MIbs Lillio Cooper after finishing her school at Hardlnsburg has returned to her home at Rulh stopping on tho way to spend two days witli her friend Miss -- rm flF HI t Lutie Moorman L Ir Hunter Hardaway left for Bewlej- vlllo Friday after spending several days with his sister Airs D 0 Moormau Mr Hardaway thinks of returning to North Dakota in tho spring Miss Bettio Webb has been called to tho bedside of her aunt at Leitchfield And who wouldnt be a child again and bend faithfully over his primer for an occasional smlio of approval Lafe Fleming is at his sisters Mrs Priest Moorman Ho has tnlked of leaving for his home but Owen to a fascination this nieghborhood has for him he may remain indefinitely On next Saturday tho congregation at Office over the Bank of Hardlnsburg Goshen will call a minister for the ensu- Â¬ Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in tho lino of Surveying ing year Bro Rutledge tho faithful Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying In corners a specialty and beloved pastor for several years will Also a Notary Public and can take tho acknow Â¬ Breckenridge county solicited bo continued in charge if ho accepts the ledgements of deeds at time of surveying if parlies desire it call Address nt Hardiusburg Ky Your correspondent wishes to apologize to a few friends who handed items for this weeks Ntws Somehow they depend upon How and When you market your chickens and cirta and to Whom yon an mibplaced awl a treacherous memory have an onii them We are laree receivers of twultry and eirirs andWe receivo established trade and and sell Butter Luis to supply them It shall happen bo Hand the best chance to make money for all our shippers Hay Grain or anything youhega may Veal Hide Pelts Tallow lleans Seeds Potatoes Wool no more cheerfully furnished Quotations mailed regularly to those who Â¬ Breckenridge Jno D News and k V 0 Bbbge EdlUri Frcptlitri 0 1893 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY Bniicrlptlon Price S100 ft Tear la lirtnt If Paid t trie End of the Tear S12S SIX PAGES the incompetency of Democratic at Washington The situation for Democrats and tho future success ot tho party looks a llttlo discouraging Here is a Democratic President and a Democratic Congress dlvfded on tho money question and nil debalo and argument on the subject seems to put them farther apart instead Unless thcro of bringing them together is a concert of vtows thero may be n poli tical disaster in ISM closely akin to that Â¬ famous Vehon who has held tho medal snoo 1884jBert hai reoelved many tho offers from managers one ot thirty dol All our troubles arc brouglit about by leaders of 18M lars n week nnd expenses but ho thinks ho will organiio a company of bis own Tho News Bays Bert surprised his friends thero but wo here aro not sur- Â¬ prised for those Moremon boys aro born athletes nnd geniuses as well Wo hope Bert will come to his native home with his troupe A new theory in the treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affections has been advanced by tho manufacturers of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a All dealers sell wonderful remedy it on a positive guarantee For salo Something to And where Eati 4- HARDINSBURG LH W TIME TABLE Every newspaper iu Louisville from 001X0 WEST tho Courier Journal down is opposed to Passenger Dally arr HardInsburgUll the rco coinage of silver OOIHO pm am says tho revenues for tho year ending December 31 1893 will exceed expenditures by 2265393 Ev DtrtiTV Sheriff Thomas L Wroe of this city is being strongly solicited by many of his Democratic friends to make the race for tho Legislature A canvass of tho voto in tho Senate on free coinage of silver shows 47 for it and SO against Blackburn of course is for it but Lindsay is put down against Secretary Carlisle Passenger Dally arr I18T Hardlnsbnrg- - 7t40 it The Cannclton Telephone has been enlarged to an eight column four pngo paper The Telephone is a mighty good paper and the News is glad to Bee it prospering The News believes in a free and intelligent discussion of all public questions The money question is just now the all absorbing theme Hence tho amount of space given up to it this week John Slaton Rosctta was hero last Saturday Pastor Breeding has gono to Critten- Â¬ den county Miss Lula Hook was visiting friends hero Monday Mrs Jolly Meador and Miss Nellie Cox are visiting in Louisville We get our enthusiasm from tho bar Â¬ gains we sell J A Witt Mr Morris Eskridgo went to Holt last Saturday on legal business James Millers Ex Superintendent school has closed at Oakland Mr Able Gillingwaterof Bewleyvllle was here Friday on legal business Win II Bell will assist Mr R S Skill man at the clerks desk next week Mr Samuel Davidson Falls of Rough is reported to be quite ill at Owensboro We by Short Hayncs Cloverport Dr McDanlels J M Meyer R II McMullln Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyvllle Ky W E Brown IrvTngton Ky Jno PNichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky buy it certainly a vital question Our rm 3l STEPHENSPORT Dont you know we miss that sweet smlio of Fiankio Ferrys Oh my I Oh me I alnt we having win- ter now sure enough for you Miss Dixie Perrigo left last week for her future homo in Waco Texas Tho only Ed Crawford and Al Hlncs were in town last week in tho role of tho two Dromeos A pretty pair theso Eh I Mr L T Roberts and Mr Andrew Crawford were in Brandenburg last week attending Court and returned Saturday night Ifthis cold weather keeps up we may yet sco the Ohio frozen from bank to bank but we trust that no such case will happen Soon bo time for our farmers to pre- Â¬ pare their ground for tho spring crops May we have a good crop year is our prayer Miss Birdio French of Union Star was tho guest of Miss Georgia McCubbins for several days last week and returned home Sunday evening Brother Hunt filled his regular ap- Â¬ pointment at tho Baptist church Satur- Â¬ day nnd Sunday and delivered several good sermons as usual Tho drummers all report trade as be Â¬ ing very dull for this season of tho year and in fact are selling very llttlo in this part of tho country Col R Vaughan of the firm of Vaughan Ferguson of Louisville Ky was the guest of Mr R W Vaughan his son for several days last week and left on Monday morning train for Louis- Â¬ ville Grocery Department Is now in every Â¬ Â¬ want cash Wo want produce The Pacific Railroad Funding Bill was Everything you want we have it J A practically killed in Congress last Satur- Â¬ Witt day Mr Montgomery voted for tho bill Roland Smith tho popular hotel man Beck with Adams Carutli and Stone of Stephensport was hero ono day last ner Breckenridge and McCreary voting week against it Miss Mattio Hook is in the city to The jury in the separate coach case spend tho winter with her sister Mrs returned a verdict against tho liOuisvlllo GusShcllman Mrs Blanche Mosely went lo Rock and Nashville Railroad Company for one cent at Owensboro Monday Tho Vale last week to spend a few days with case will bo appealed to the Supreme Miss Lillio Cooper Court of tho United States Mr John Alexander left for his farm yesterday The hotel he vacates is run Is tho Federal Court at Owensboro by Mr Leo Meyer last week Judge Barr ordered a tax levy Dr J C Bush who has been at the in Muhlenberg county to meet judg Â¬ Lennin Hotel for two weeks left for ments for 23000 in favor of J N Jabino Hawesvillo yesterday and Ell II Murray These judgments Mr Jones Mercer came down from nre on what is known as the old railioad Louisville Monday to bpend a few days bonds with his fathers family Mr T C Lewis health is improving No man in this county would enjoy a sixty days stay in Frankfort moro than slightly but lie has been confined to his Thos Wroe Ho fell In love with tho homo for several weeks placo on a recent visit and has been The Beard and Beeler suit will not be hankering to get back there ever Bince tried at this term Tho taking of depo So it will not take much coaxing to in Â¬ mtions is not yet complete duce Thos to tacklo Uncle Jonas The prices we have put on this stock of shoes aro below anything wo have What does tho Board of Trade of Louisville or the editor of tho Courier heretofore made J A Witt Clerk On en Cunningham appointed Journal sitting in his flfth story sanctum G W Stone n deputy clerk at Jollys know about the wants of the people Does either of them ever get out and rub Station and C W Smith at Tauls Mon- Â¬ up against the farmer who raises 49 cent day wheat and 3 tobacco 40 cent corn 4 Mr Joseph E Wright of Louisville cent hogs and 3 cent cotton Its all came down Monday to spend a few days mighty nice to go out and interview a with his wife who is visiting Judge lot of bankers and millionaires on the Mercer money question But do they represent Our spring stock of shoes aro coming the people Are they in touch with the in and the prices on them aro bo low masses The men that have to hoe and youll think you have found ilicm J plow and scullle from sun up to sun A Witt don n and then sell what they raise for less Houston T Pool a bnugh to town than it costs to produce it these are the Monday and lodged in jail on a bastardy men to interview on the subject of warrant sworn out ngainH him by Mary money A dollar in gold will buy now Elizabeth Taylor twico us much tobacco and a third more The suit of Mrs Jauics P Meador land than it did in 73 What does a bushel of wheat buy or u hundred against the Hardiusburg and Cloverport pounds of tobacco or any item of pro- Turnpike Company for damages will duce raised on the farm Tho News likely ho heard this term Mr G W Stone merchant at Jollyo wculd like to hear from some of the sin Â¬ Ho says gle standard advocates on this condition Station was iu town Monday business is looking up at his placo of things Read his ad In another column A Very High Compliment Everett Jollys trial in tho Federal One of tho highest compliments that Court at Owensboro was continued until the News has ever received and one that tho Juno term next All the particsand is fully appreciated is the following from witnesses returned home last Saturday tho Louisville 1ost Brothers Babbage Col L Green Falls of Rough was of tho Cloverport Niw may not agree here last Saturday taking depositions in with us in many of our political utter- Â¬ n suit he has against some parties in ances and mildly roast us at times but Chicago to whom ho sold a bill of lum- Â¬ It goes without saying that they are edit Â¬ ber and who refused to pay him ing tho neatest and cleanest weekly in Young Frank Hook who left homo Kentucky Saying tills is saying much Bomo ten days ago has recently been heard from at a point near Springfield Longfellow Evening III Tho young man went away unex- Â¬ The following program hai bicn arranged to his parents and they were ami will be carried out at the High School pectedly quito uneasy about him for soveral days building on Monday eenln Feb II iy Song Iulin of Ilfe The Teachers Association which met Wallle I Iilcn The Ilcleaugcrcd City at West View last Saturday was tho most hallie Gregory Jfarly Life of Longfellow Thero wero about Mamie Dcllaven successful yet held Indian Ilfe Mjxcy Handy twenty teachers present and a number of The lainlne Ieail Pcrrlgo- - people from the surrounding neighbor Â¬ The Itnlny Iiy I Albert Sollirlir llewarc hood gathered in to witness tho pro- Â¬ Marlon llowmcr ceedings natations Willie Mullen Village IllacWiiiltli yCouuty Superintendent Driskcll has Mghtfoot Miller The Ilulldcn just got through visiting tho schools in Duct The llridge Oliva Iallon tho county Ho said llfty schools had The Goblet of Ilfe Ired Dlluy closed He is now paying off tho teach The Saleol a Tramp Stella Mullen The Ilelfry of llrugei Tlioy only draw ers for their work lorest Moorman Last Tears ninety per cent however thero being Huilie Ilcvcrley Curfew Mabel Carson a deficit in tho general school fund Hiawathas Wooing Song Silver Sea Tho business for Circuit Court which Iloa Ityan The Lighthouse begins next Monday runs well up to an Cumberland James Wltf Iroctor Keith avcrago docket So 1110 sixty new cases The Slates Dream Halite Daniel Iady Wcntworth appear on tho civil side and theso In con- Â¬ Krncst lloyd Charles bumner nection with tho references that wero Nary Ityan Hide Iaut Itevcrcs carried over from last term will bo suffi Â¬ Song Manhood Nobler Albert Solbrlgt cient to make up a two weeks session Iootstepi of Angela Lodoica May Light ol Stan On the criminal docket thero isono mur Â¬ Margaret Sklllman liacclilor der caso which If taken up may con Solo Unanswered The above will be given by the second year sumo two or three days pupils which will be followed soon by a llryant People in this community wero not livening by the pupils of the first year grade surprised to hear that Capt Geo Morcer admission of loc will be charged all visitors An The proceeds will be used to purchase suitable had been sent to tho asylum Mr Mer- Â¬ books In literature for the pupils to read cers actions of lato have been so unlike This exercise will In no way detract from the him heretofore that many considered his general progress required in the legal branches mind unbalanced For several months No one will deny that general culture is need ed In our schools The school Is composed of ho has been on tho go constantly con- Â¬ children of families of all gradea of society tracted for several farms and dono many brought together to be subject to the same mode other peculiar things Mr Mercer had of Instruction several warm friends hero who wero General culture will temper these different varieties of minds Into proper shape and give to sorry to learn of his misfortune them a crown of purity and a force of character Have you KeuewcU your Subscript Â¬ Â¬ department Give t tv us your Grocery order this week and see how nicely and cheaplyve serve you vES It appears to a man up a tree that the prices of tobacco aro going down and the boys from tho country aro beginning to realize that tobacco is very low1 and aro doing some tall kicking but whats the uso when the Tobacco manufact- Â¬ urers aro forcing prices down 7 For it is them who control the market Unless the farmers of this country go to raising something else besides tobac-Â¬ co they will soon be in a deplorable con- Â¬ dition What a pity we cant go into a combine and say we wont raise any to- Â¬ bacco this year and every man stick to tliis resolution But we are afraid overy man will nick to th tobacco patch in Â¬ stead of tin- resolution Our public school 1r progrtsslng finely under the present management and our town and j chool trustees need praise for tho great and good work they have done for tho town in general We have streets that mighty few towns in the state can come up to Why didnt you know that even tho great city of Rome across the river would bo delighted with such streets Aud yet thero are some people around us who say they cant see any improvements 4t CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY STJKVEXOK PROFIT IN POULTRY Â¬ 1 JM18S Lutio Moorman left last Wednes day for Bowliug Green to atteud school She has Just closed a very successful engagement as teacher in tho Primary department of the public school here Our best wishes follow her and may Victor y attend all her future efforts Miss Georgia Robertson is teaching tho Primary depprtment In tho spring sesstou of school Tho young men are have to ship Information request It and liberal advances made on the largest consignments by 313 316 317 4 310 MURRELUCOURT HERNDON CARTER CO UCOaMaUTU LOUISVILLE KY WEBSTER Mrs Wm Hall Is sick with cold Cump Henderson was In Owonsboro tion for llavn y 011 Heiieivcd your Subscrip 1805 Â¬ quoting with earnestness Dackward turn backward Oh time In your awing And make me a child again Just for this spring and this must be done before the school has ac Â¬ complished its purpose irof James Allen of Chenault Ky has kind Â¬ ly agreed to lecture here for the benefit ol this fund on Friday evening Feb 15 8un The sub Jctofthe lecture Is The Influence of Higher Education lloHfor 1803 ROYAL Baking Powder Wghtt ot alt la lwnlag atrBgth J S CtoyettMM Rfrt Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honoy pro- Â¬ nounce it tho best cough and lung rem- Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so we guar- Â¬ antee Forsale by Short etc HaynesClov League erportDr R II McMullln McDanlels The Poultry feature in the News is M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser doubly appreciated jus tnow when hen Constantine A Taylor Rosetta Drury fruit Is booming Tho Leghorns aro not Bennett 4 Co Bewleyvllle Ky W E epicures hut gormands rather at tho Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols same time as Fannie Field tells us they Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring do all tho other feathered bl peds out Ky when it comes to remunerating their SULZERS ESSAY CONTEST all over feed this owner I think wo time of year through sympathy but Tho two prizes offered by Sulzers for over feeding fowls Is Injurious exper Â¬ the best essays or why people trade at ience teaches and as all theso little fel Â¬ Sulzers has been awarded to James lows in this family can vouch for and to Logan who gets tho engine and Emma whom I always read the Poultrys latest Dean Moorman who gets the doll This is nnd from which they gain and act upon the decision as made by tho Editor of with tjie chickens tho Youths Companion EniTOOIAL boom youths companion My recital last Saturday nigbt was a Hojton Mass Feb 1895 Mr J C Nolte perfect success The pupils acquitted Dear SiKi Making a decision such aa you themselves witli great honor and I am ask frim us la not exactly what we are here extremely proud of them and I am for but In this case we depart from what s equally as much gratified at the appreci- Â¬ usually a good rule and comply The two pieces ation and satisfaction expressed by tho I have selected are those by Jamea Ldgan of patrons Mrs Linda G Moremen pre Â¬ Cloverport and Bmma Dean Moorman of Glen deane sented each pupil with a piece of sheet For substance they are as good as any Tak Â¬ music MlsaVirgio Rhodes three as a ing facility and correctness of English punctua Â¬ token of esteem for teacher and pupils tion and spelling into account they are alto Howard Stamwood and we all fail in words to express the gather the best Managing Editor compliment extended Long live Mrs Moremen I A great many young friends Beware of Ointment for Catarrh that camo which wo accopt as an evidence of Contain Heronry interest Messrs Powell and Butler As mercury will surely destroy the were on hand to report for tho Messen- Â¬ sense of smell and completely derange ger A recital In June again tho whole system when entering it Shawnee News has this to say of through the mucous surfaces Such ar-Â¬ our neighbor boy and son of Mr and ticles should never bo used except on Mrs Chas Moremen Bert Moremen prescriptions from reputable physicians returned Saturday from tho meeting of as tho damage they will do is ten fold to the jugglers or arm equilibrists at Kan Â¬ the good you can possibly derive from sas City bringing with him a handsome them Halls Catarrh Cure manufact- Â¬ medal valued at three hundred dollars ured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O representing tho championship of the contains no mercury and is taken world for arm equilibrists Tho medal is Internally acting directly upon the blood of solid gold with a beautiful diamond and mucous surfaces of the system In and having three pendants attached con Â¬ buying Halls Catarrh Cure be twre you taining the names of former champions get the genuine It la taken Internally Berts namo Is on the last and so he Is and made In Toledo Ohio by F J the last and present champion of the Cheney k Co Testimonials free world in the art of overcoming gravita Â¬ a98old by DrugjW price 76c per tion by expert Juggling defeating the boitle 1 School was out tho 29th and David Moormans big heart remembered every child In attendanco when ho loaded a colored manand sent him to tho school building with a treat for the entire school Some people were born never to grow old and to make the world happier by their being in it We thank tho Lord for em and may their number never last week The boys are getting to bo quite ex perts on ico Mrs Worland Carter has return from a visit to Guston MM Aimer OrendufT is visiting the Misftcs Claycomb Miss Bessie Mays of Uloverport is vis Â¬ r ISTE3ATJS t w 3k v w Jb A v ic wr - SARSAPARILLA iting her parents Dr S B Adklsson of Cloverport spent Friday with his father Madam Rumor reports that wo are go Â¬ ing to have two weddings this month Whats tho matter with Will when he He never gets any comes to town grow less farther than the suburbs The snow never gets too deep to stop Hare you Hoiiewed yourSubacrlp tlon tor 1805 Jim Kurtz from going to sco tho pretty blond McQUADY Tho danco that was given by Wash and Will Hall Thursday night in honor of Mr J W Pate Is on the sick list their sister Miss Elizabeth Hall of Clov- Â¬ M L Crows went to Louisville Thurs Â¬ erport was enjoyod by a largo assembly day The delightful music furnished by the tho light fantastic to Horace Bland went to Owensboro last Norton band caused step until a late trip with measured Thursday hour Mrs Chas Lyons visited relatives in 0 WOHardroanSherliTof Tyler Co Owensboro last week WVa appreciates a good thing and B F Frank Co are erecting a largo docs not hesitate to say so He was al Â¬ tobacco ware houso here most prostrated with a cold when he Archie Taul Magan Station visited procured n bottle of Chamberlains Cough rolatlves hero last week Remedy Ho says It gave mq prompt Miss Bocca Wilson was visiting her relief I And it to bo an invaluable For sale remedy for coughs and colds brother G S Wilson last week by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Â¬ W L Frank and J W Pate havo comKlnuheloe Board Hardlnsburg Ky pleted and filled their now ico house Mrs Susan Franks now dwelling Is almost completed and adds touch to the appearance of our town Miss Lola Jolly teacher at Jollys Low school house will give an entertainment at tho close of her school AND Rov II B White filled his regular appointment hero last Sunday and a goodly number came out to hear him IS OUR MOHO Jfe We sell M lbs ofN 0 riugar for ONE Miss Eva Heston our lively young Ve also have in stock Nine school marra wont to Glendeane last dollar oclock Washing Tea saves soap and laSaturday to Bee a friend Charlie bor it beat a washing machine try It T J McQuady has rented his fares Try our Jellies Rolled Oats and Caned beet Rio near here to his J 0 Bur Goode We keen tlte Notion Coffee 1rieeourDry Goods Shirts bage and W R Bowmer aud has bought IaHWi Hate Hardware Tinware Etc property in our towjS to which he moved our BOOTS and SHOES Exalae We do our beet to pleaae ear customers last week awl wessjeoeed Try m and you will like us Mr 0 P Barmw the jeweler Loul Your Truly la dead vitle BEST BLOOD PURIFIER in the world It cures Nervousness Dys Â¬ pepsia Sick Headache Boils Tetter Scrof ula nnd every trouble arising from bad blood Try It and he sure to get Neats For sale by A R FISHER Druggist Cloverport Ky ATTORNEY AT LAW CLOVERPORT KY with Iron Bridge Office Gtis Brown David R Murray East end of BE CURED Cheap Gash Store Prices Correct Weight Full Measure PM8MAV the widely known apeclal syatera of mall treatment that ho can now Srei filek BnauTern Permanent that la fhientiib0Jl at 1 Priceavailing iston are elvea of tbla Boldeu opportunity andthem areas or lestimonlula are on file ahowlnznun iw efficacy of tbe treatment LhJe All Chronio Dis Â¬ eases Treated CATARRH OCAFNeiS RONCHIAL AND LUNS TnouaiiHiAHTiTOM ACM BiscAatsmrrarriTv Ntnvoua ixmaustion jkin oiacaaia RHIU MATISM AND IIVIR AND SSWCl NCUnAlsUi Â¬ son-in-la- Tbe beat and most scientific trcBtmest or rsWK UIIIASSS iWj and btrwanent cures guaranteed Mew trwiawet tor WIK8 and ULCKR8 vmm msncriBaT iron khsncv IAMCR UKINAKr BISlAMa HLOOO PISimaution ictuafly r vifor baaltfi and banplaeaa Or Apptasiaa baa associate with bin a full Malofnusart specialists wbo carefully M MA cue and prepare tbe rwac tortia aw iSMll Dr Pries wvksW Ctmm Bakhtg PewsW waammmma mmmmmamy amwmk 1 G W STONJ2 nw 40UY KY CMMlUttoit and opinion TiiiiibV Trwintcat furuisUsd at tta tew rate at 2 T8 3 PER MONTH Write M freely and fully and tncloa aUmp NotCsUrrhNoaJB NsuNo4 For Women Addresa TW APFLEMAN MKOICINK CO 71 4M T - - CttlCAM IU mm lOiiimi ami fjmwFw i wwwrcWl uuji f yHTM iimimwWM EPWORTn LEAGUE A popiNoa Ionx TjIy i1 thr BRmoxtastftijbGia Blood Poison After Approach of Doath New Llf uy Taking Hoods Â¬ Â¬ iiHWaJWuigiMlilti hrwb olxOvpoh NEW YORK TIMES home or the city roidcr or tlio cuunr VOUK TIMES li an uncommon ly Interesting newtparer Its iliticn pnges are brimful nf nevn It li handsomely print lit torumtf rlenn anil vidimus irery Intelligent rcider will rlto Its cicclnl departments ciruprlitnj iHtcrtturo and book news social progress religion art science fishton the womans paper nnd amateur sports The unrelated Financial Pago of THU KIlV YORK TIMES Is a capital manual for Inrcdtors for bankets and tho oflicets of Sav- Â¬ ings Hanks Trust and Insurance Companies Hallway learnings Stock and llond Quotations Interest and Dividend Notices the Organisa- Â¬ tion of New Citnpanles and AIiTj Financial Nens reports are promptly and accurately printed Its Cumtnerclnl lleports Including wool cotton breadstuITs milk butter eggs and fa m produce recently much enlarged aro of unequalcd fullness and value Ti e Times will do its full share of earnest work for sound financial legislation to repel the assaults of private greed upon the law- Â¬ making power to istabllsh Democratic prin Â¬ ciples of equality In taxation and economy In expenditure and to retrtevo the defeat brought upon the Democratic Fatty by errors and be itv 8 iiTwfTifcnwifirTTrtiir iinir 1 a Lesson For the Week Beginning Feb 10th Comment by Rev Walter J Yates A M TOPIC THE HOLY GARMENT Ex xxvllli Eyli vl IMS II Cor vl 7 Biblb Reading Gal HI 27 v Tho ordlnnry priests when porformlnfl eorvico woro to bo ulothcd with brCochfl rcaohiug to tbo knees n robo or shirt llko tunlo coming to tho nnklcs glrdla nround tho waist and n turbnn nil of whlto linen Tho gnrmonts of Aaron mid his sneenssors tho high priosts ns thoy camo to bo callod woro different in several respects Tho breeches of linon were tho saino Tho slilrtllko coat or tunic was to bo embroidered for him Above this wns to bo worn a slcoveless robo oi Lino roaohing to tho knees with a band nt tho nook and n frlugo nt tho bottom of golden bolls interspersed with porno granatrs of bine pnrplo mid scarlot Ontsldo of this was tho ophod mado oi gold bine pnrplo scnrlot and fine It twinod linon with cunning work covorcd baok and broast to tho waist It had secured to it nt tho shouidors two onyx stonos on each of which wcro en graVod tho names cf six of tho tribes oi Israel On tho front was n breastplate oi judgment of similar work with the ophod n span long but doublod in tho form of n pocket On this woro set 12 precious stonos each engraved with the namoof ono of tho tribes Thcsowcro sot in four rows of throo each Tho breast pi a to was fastened to tho ophod by gold chains Attho sidesof thoophod tho curious girdle was attachod and fastened baok and front togethor Tho real girdle or sash scorns to hnvo bcon the Bamo for all Tho turban of tho chiof priest bo camo n miter with a gold plato fasteuod by a bluo lacing to the front and ongrav ed with Holiness to tho Lord Thoso special garments and tho holy nnointiug oil marked tho high priost ns tho mediator botween God and man Ho tho messiah was tho anointed ono ns tho Ilobrow term is tho Christ in the Greek All tho types of tho old dispen sation found fulfillment in Jesus oi Nazareth ns tho ono nnointcd of tho Fa ther tho truo Messiah or Christ He boro on his hoart tho judgment of the raoo and hislifo ozhibltod holiness unto God IIo mado atonement onco for nil that thoso who obey him may bo clothed in fino linen which is tbo righteousness of tho saints Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IInnclomn nnd 1rontnble Jlrrcil Tho bkotch printed bolow is copied from that oxcollcnt jonrnnl Tho Poultry Monthly It is mado from n pencil drawing It docs not tnko n very critical cyo to co in hoso Dorkings ideal form mnssivoiipss nnd beautifully pen ciled plnmngo Their deep solid brouhts short leg broad bodies nnd comparatively small Iwiies show but llttlo wasto It is not to bo wondered that Dorkings innko an nttraetivo featuro in tho showroom Fow breeds of fowls hnvo stood their ground with eo llttlo chango for so long a period ns Dorkings during which tlmo many varieties of poultry havo bo- - Tho Newo lifts h tn p our Jinlne evir einco ila first establishment and la ever n welcomo visitor- After thu fowiulshnpi that havo taken place Garfield was largely represented nt tho ball nt Custer Wednesday nlghl Itfepubllc school intight by Mr Hobt Wcathcrford closed Jan 21 wns quite a successful term and he U solicited to come back nnd take his phue mkiiIii next year Mies liilta Iteul hns returned to her homo nt Loulsvlllo niter a weeks visit nt Mrs P M Boards accompanied ns fur ns Irvington by our venerable merchant Mr A A Klclmnlron look out girls ho is a caudidalo now Died nt his home near here Jan -- 5 James Simmons of consumption He leaves n wife child and many friends to mourn his loss IIo was a devoted mem ber of tho Presbyterian faith and n respected citizen by all who knew him Â¬ Â¬ Examino your Till NlW frli Shirt Drawer and see what shape -- it is in for Jlfr TFm J Qreenholta Baltimore Md Tor four years I was In Intense suffering frith an abscess on my thigh It dlscbarced freely nnd several times Pieces of Bono Camo Out Last February I had to tako my bed for four weeks and then It was I began to take Hoods Earsaparllla I soon got on my feet but was very weak and went to tho Maryland University hospital whero tbey said my trouble was chronla blood poisoning and gave me little hope I re- Â¬ turned home and continued taking Hoods I have used six bottles and the abscess has en tirely disappeared and I have been In Tho opster supper giyen nt Dr 15 C Harncds was quite a success Those present were Misses Nannio Board Artemissa Bandy Laura Si pea Minnie Iteese Eliza Hook Lula Nichols Minnie McCoy of Har dlnsburg and Eula Itichardson of Ekron Messrs A A Richardson Itobt Bell Jako Sipes Thos Dowell Henry Dowoll Paul Compton Irvll Itichardson Tony McCoy Ellslia Simmons Jr Macy Bros S Geo Hook and Fred Triplett of Bow O S Board was not there loyville Pool Sallio Glascock Mary Maud Sinythe Blancho Snyder Spring Have you enough Shirts Are te m COLOIIEDDOHKINOS corao greatly changed if not extinct Tho greatest chango has bcon merely in tho selection of lighter colored birds of tho simplo Grny Dorking and called Silver GrayB all other points hiving Leon left undisturbed for tho last 60 years But this doci not npply to tho variety called Colored Dot kings seen in tho illustration TIipm aro bred dark- Â¬ er than thoy woro yeanngo making tho distinction between tho two vnrieties Of conrso sinco poultry moro defined shows hnvo bcconio popular uniformi ty in markings size etc has been moro regarded Dorkings nro becoming Moro moro appreciated every year birds aro shown at our exhibitions than in former times Thcroisno doubt they will bo still moro apprcciotcd when bettor understood Thoy do not btaud confinement liko tho Asiatics but with n fair run nnd proper euro fow birds can comparo with them ns lnycrs nnd they nro par cxcol louco for tho table They aro a long liv Â¬ ed breed continuing their laying to nn advanced ngo thoy nro also carefnl mothers caring for their broods longer than most fowls Â¬ Â¬ trayals they in style and Our display up-to-da- Fino Hoalth Evor Slnco I know It It had not been for Hoods Sarsapv rllla I should bo In my grave I have gained In weight from 147 THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TIMES prico of TIIK NEW YOUK WEEKLY TIMES Is ONE DOMiAHayear THE WEEKLY TIMES Is a capital news- Â¬ paper It contains all tho current news con Â¬ densed from the dispatches and reports of the dally edition besides literary matter discus- Â¬ sions upon agricultural tuples by practical armors full and nccurato market reports of prices for farm iroduco llvo stock Xc and a carelully prepared weekly wool market The subscription of the a year ago to 170 pounds to day MATING LIGHT BRAHMAS How to lulmnce the Intensity nnd Homily of riiimuRu Tbo beauty of n Light Brahma is Chntitautiun and Oxford xncuo hz Tho nanio of John H Vincent will over bo linked with that of Chautauqua and tho wonder f u 1 worldwide educational and rollgious movo ment for whioh that uamo now stands Its mar volous succosa is duo in groat moasnro to his gonius for plan ning nnd ability in execution hia skill in forming BISHOP VINCENT combinations of men each in tho right plnco and nil working nt their full capacity But for tho ncod of his work in another sphoro his should liavo been tho hand nt tho holm of tho young peoples movement riu Methodism Ho early dlscomod tho signs of tho times and nt tho Baltiuioro confereiico of American Methodist churches in Septombcr 1881 was tho primo movor in organizing tho Oxford leaguo which wns planned to unito the forces of tho youug Mothodists of tho world nf tor tho pattern of tho Holy olub of Oxford This socioty was adopted by tho managers of tho Sunday School union tho year of its organization nnd nt tho uoxt general couforouco of tho Methodist Episcopal church was recognized by that body by tho appointment rovisiou of tho of a board of control plan in 1889 gavo it still groutor success than over till in May of that year 600 chapters with 20000 mombors had boon enrolled Many bolievcd that this should bo tho ono groat denominational fiooioty Dut tho existenco of other un ions with largo membership in various parts of tho country mado concessions impcrntivo if union of tho Mothodist forces was to bo accomplished So tho Oxford leaguo was merged in tho now society and tho nanio ndoptod of Ep worth League The rurpoao Though it may bo worded in various wnys thoononim of tho young peoplos soclotios of all denominations is tho cultivation of intelligent nnd vitnl piety nnd loyalty to tho church of Josua Christ Â¬ Â¬ greatly enhanced by tho intensity nnd brilliancy of tho black in tho hackles nnd tail Tho tondency in breeding is toward n fading out of this color tho brilliant blurk becoming n dull rusty brown and somctiincH disappoaiing altogether ns hns been tho caso in tho Whlto Drnhmas I onco selected n Light Brnlunn cookerol for a gentleman who had experienced great difficulty in preserving tho beauty of tho hacklos in his birds II o declared it to bo impossi ble to breed good hackles in his climate His birds wcro otherwise very handsoinn ones of largo sizo and fino shnpo Tho cockerel selected for him had a good stripo in his hacklo und a deep darkly colored underfluff I saw tho pullets tho next winter which had boon bred from this male and thoy had vory haudsomo hackles tho stripo jiot only being of good length but of n very brilliant black But theso dark uudortluffcd birds may breed soino pullets with too much black in tho back Such pullots often mako fino hens for ngo tends to n loss of color To sum up for males socuro a cook with dirk undorflnff for fomalen on with light underfluff nnd iu both cases mato to exhibition females When tho females nro duflrient in black uo a male oven for pullet breeding with a B Cook in Araciican dark underfluff Â¬ Â¬ Agriculturist j Â¬ Early Droller In raising broilers for market it is an item to have them ready oarly nnd to havo thorn weigh nbout two pounds each Both thoso poiuts nro nocessary to the highest price nnd ns the cost is tho nanio whether thoy nro ready in good season or two or throo wcoks Into tho differ onco in prico is all profit An incubator is necessary because tho hens cannot bo depended upon to sit during thu tarly part of tho winter and at this soasou it is less troublo to maungo n good incubator that can bo dopendod upon to hatch n good percent of 200 or ISOOcggs nt ono tlmo than to look after n dozen sitting liens Thou when tho chickens aro hatched thoy can bo looked after with much less troublo nnd with less risk of loss in n brooder than with ten or a dozen lieua Â¬ Â¬ Size of llocks and Fcm The Method All earnest souls recoguizo tho necessity for employing wiso methods if a SO hens if kept clean and tho supply deeper nnd broader pioty is to bo attain for of dry earth or chaff or ohoppod straw ed Constant association in devotional completely nil food and services with thoso spiritually inolinod umplo to bury scratching Some of our active help given to tho deetituto nnd keep tho hens allow n slnfulfbroadintolligeuoogalnod by read most successful poultrymon hens nnd building 13 by 30 to every E0 ing nnd fetudy of tho best litoraturo vory much do rich healthful recreation nndor puro social ronp n upon harvest but majority sue tho man Tho ponds conditions aro mothods which will yield cood boat with flocks of 13 or 15 in pens the best rosults 8 by 12 It dooms easier to keep every Tin not thy work tho Master needs j tis thee thing In order und this must bo rtouo Tbo obedient Bplrtt tho bcllovtng heart Mnlno Farmer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ On geuoral principles tho smaller tho flook tho grontur tho per cont of eggs bat of courso thero is a limit Very much depcuds on tho caro given and tho amount of woik rcquirod of tho bens A pen 13 by 13 should bo ample The way to cure a cough is to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Hoods Pills cure liver Ills constipation cuts loose the mucous heals tho lungs biliousness Jaundice sick headache Indigestion and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in one night For foIo by Short A HayncsClovcrport Dr It II McMul BRANDENBURG lin McDaniels M Meyer Co Burns suuscninTioN rates A Geo Hoyser Constantino Taylor VrOMojMoiMo I remember reading onco of n woman Kosetta Drury Bennett Co Bow loy- Â¬ Dilly with Suiul i fin 00 fon fs jo do Dafl without blind ly 800 400 2on 75 who had repeated somo idle gossip nnd ville Ky W 15 Brown IryingtonKy Sumliy edition only 200 100 50 which she knew had injured an inno- Â¬ Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A II Anyomiliycciil Sumliy 150 75 411 jo WickI cdiliun iihi jo cent individual Conscience is often Morris Big Spring Ky reflex bo in this case it lashed till she Postage prepaid to all points In the United States Canada and Mexico except In New sought n wiso and learned man of God Michael Gardener nnd asked for consolation He answer Â¬ frrtfTiie residence of tho brides parents York City whero the postage Isl cent per ed her by asking her to go to market Floral Ky Monday Jan 2S Mr Itobt copy per day payable by the subscriber The Times will be sent to any address In buy an undressed chicken walk a mile Michael to Miss Itosa Gardiner liev It Europe postage Included for 150 per month picking tho fowl ns she did so Then T Bruner officiating Mr William Tho address of subscribers will be changed iio said Como back to mo This she Michael and Miss Stuart and Mr Wal- Â¬ as often as desired In ordering a change of did IIo commanded her to go and lace Stuart and Miss Koto Hunter were address both the old and the new address gather every feather she had Btrown the attendants The bride wsxi dressed MUST boghen which shereplied was impossible Just in white the simplicity and gracefulness Cash iu adiaree always Fcmlttanccs at so said tho man of wisdom are un- Â¬ of which was due to the aitistic taste oi tho risk of tho subscriber unless made by kind words and idle gossip This con- Mrs Mattie Itcmington Tho groom Registered Letter Chick Money Order or veys nn excellent lesson and a great mor woro black Quito a number of icla Express order payable to Tho New York nl Whero chnracter is at stake ono tives and friends wero present Somo Times Fublishlng Co should not dnro to even speak carelessly from adjoining counties wo call to mind and a true woman or an honornblo man Mr ElUhn Gardiner and son of Union Addicss all communications thus THE NEW YOUK TIMES should rather sever a member of tho Star Mr Charley Smart of Ilitea Hun Printing House Square body than bring reproach or cast an in- and others whoso unmes we fail to re- Â¬ New York City N Y sinuation to sully or stain a reputation member especially if it bo a woman But Truth After tho ceremony tho bride and is inexorable Virtuo will prevail and groom were the recipients of the usual if ono is maligned tho adages can bo in presents somo of which combined every instanco verified and so reverso elegance and utility The first of American News- Â¬ if idle gossip cannot bo abrogated but Tho contracting parties Miss Iosa can bo demonstrated as reliable Truth Gardner was the daughter of Braxton papers CHARLES A DANA is ns mighty and her whlto pinions will Gardiner of Breckenrulge county Mr flutter in sorrow over the annihilation Itobt Michael is a native of Hancock Editor and devastation of purity trailing her county and for several years has been onco spotkss garments in the mire and teaching in tho public schools in Ken- Â¬ Tho American Constitution pitting mortals weeping angels can only tucky Recently ho bought a farm in thoAmericnn Idea the Ameri- Â¬ cry God have mercy have mercy and Hancock county and hns had a new resi can Spirit These flrstj last turn again to save dence built in which thoy will hpgin and all the time forever Well may the Hon A B Montgomery housekeeping nt once be facetious on tho subject oi entering 6a Daily by mail - - Hnvo you Itonoiied yonrNultcrl the campaign for Governor He is just tiou for 1805 Daily Sunday by mail8 a convalescing from his recent Congress- Â¬ - - - SI a The Weekly Glendeanes Roll of Honor ional defeat and is bearing tho burden of The Glendeane public School closed a post ofllco contest when Uriah an unfortunate nom de plume It suggests Jan 29th with tho following nanus de Â¬ Dickens famous chnracter aud other serving special mention for tho laBt trainers and backers bring him on for months work Attendance deportment Sunday Newspaper in the and recitations nro all included in tlieho Is the grentfet other interesting developments world History records several different ages averages Robert Moprmnn 9983 Jessie Maxwell 097 Eddie L Moorman 99 5 Price 5c a copy By mail 2ayoar nnd this will certainly be handed down to succeeding generations as tho Tablet Nellio Moorman 88 33t Monnio Hunter AdilrekhTlIi Mft fiew Yorlt and Club ago Tablets fine super flno 09l Ada Maxwell 0928 Jimmie Maxnnd ns varied as the shades of Greece well 09 Henry Moorman Jr 9S83 WOMEN DOUBT Henry Moorman Sr OS CO Alary Moor Â¬ A tot without a tablet is phenomenal US1C Clubs societies clandestine social relig- Â¬ man 08 0 Elliott Moorman 98 Iillis ious anti religious Clubs to reform this Rhodes 0707 Walter Moorman 975 PENNYROYAL WAFERS that and tho other and now Detroit Pinknoy Ball 975 Jesso Rhodes itX Joo Dick Owen 9075 Nolle Ashley 91 0 comes witli an autl kissing club when Gotham takes it up nnd a femalo report- Â¬ Sallle Robertson 9587 Dudley Ashley THE er rushes round to interview the M Db Ot i Otter Owen 03 28 Two gold medals wore offered for the on promiscuous osculation which all sen sible people condemn just as thoy do beut two term averages Robert Sloor PAP GALENPAR promiscuous anything else and to do so man is first his general averago for tho term being 0974 Tho second prko goes ono need not accept Lord Byrons views whoso record Miss Jessie Maxwell Por 000 who was cynical or Ella Wheeler Wilcox to for the term Several others who is all emotions aud not any too shows 09 00 closest being well balanced on somo social customs were closo contestants tho Misses Mary Moorman and Monnio If I were to form a club it would be a X VTiAX 3rrv Common fieuso Club and I would want Hunter desere mention for work while Others Judgment for president Discretion for present but too often were they absent vice president Prudence for secretary to gain a place on the roll of honor yoj und Modesty not mock for treasurer Among them are Miss Hallio Moorman teaching and fow days Need and then society would steor clear of all who assisted a Moormanin m whoso irregular little Rosebud it shallows and shoals Everybody could attondanco spoiled an otherwise good onjoy this beautiful world God has placed report A Dsk Calendar is n necessity us iu as n school for a higher one most convenient kind ol storehouse Only grades four and flvo aro repotted The Columbia Desk for memoranda Have yon lleneweit your Subscrip- Â¬ Cilembr i Imlitcst nnd handsomest 1813 QnrKNiioLTZ Hoodssv Cures I celebrated pratso Hoods Sarsaparllla for It all WE 1812 Hanoi cr St Baltimore Md Monarch Shirt Cant be surpassed this season They are up-to-da- 1 te stylish m and just the thing to wear They range in price from Â¬ 1 to 2 A word Â¬ They fit and you always feel comfortable when you put on one of these Shirts QRr in regard to Â¬ Collars and Cliffs All the most fashionable styles up-to-da- yr yr yr The Sunday Sun te We are the leaders in Â¬ IN FuralsMng doofe i y9HrfrJWHK Â¬ Babbage THREE MONTHS ABSOLUTELY Sf xtttwftm JHSPJ t t PHEE tion far A Bright Eye Tho child obedient trustful glad to bo TTbcroer bo will to stay or to dopurt -- J It Miller How It WorUi K Among tho Zulus tho first sign of an approach o Christ la n doslro for clothes A mau cornea ouo day nnd buys a calico shirt tho nct p rhaps ho buys r pair pi duck pouts thou n throo log ged stool for ho can no longer fit on the ground Then with clothos on and seated ho is a thousand miles nbovo the heathen nr jund him World Wido Mis sions Â¬ Â¬ V The nr Christla I with divinely pictured windows Stand ing without yoa am nq glory nor oaa possibly imaginary Standing within wry ray of light reveal n harmony of Hawthornes awpaakabU Bpledor Marble Faan Wlat U the trouble Wadklgh be- twsea you awl MUw IUwoi I oalled her Sweet Allee1 and be or Detroit Free Pre w4 ma iq Bolt Iolst of View faith is n grand cathedral SMelat Xhim The V S Govlt Reports Shan Hay Baking Popthr anjortor t9 nil otheu Somo folks will think that Dr Bells thoughts on outdoor cxeicie anil is a sign of good health and Occasionally icminiU ou of Pine Tar Honey is no better than tho sport is not in tho tlie supib quality of Columbia III common cough remedies until thoy try if tho stomach cycL j nnd of your need of one it Then they will know for themselves best of conditions the eyes You wont object to that of course RipansTabules on earth For sale by will show it that its the best The Calendar will be nulled for five Haynes Cloverportj Dr It will make the stomach right Short 2 cent stamps AJJr is Calendar Department II MoMullln McDaniels M Meyer To roultry IlecluuerK and keep the eye bright and popd mra co If yon havo n notion of beginning tho Co Burns Geo Hoyser Constantino poultry business commenco with n small A Taj lor Kosetta Drury Bonnett Hartford Conn Mention ihli Itlpam Tabulei may be obtained tlirmih your flock ntid learn tho ins und outs from Co Bowley ville Ky W E Brown Irv H ncirctt drugglit Price 50 centi u box tho ground up It is n mistako that Ington Ky Jno 1 Nichols Garfield thero is nothing to learn in tho success Ky A It Motris Big Spring Ky that any ono ful handling of fowl without oxpeiieuco can start iu tho busi -GARFIELD ness wholesale nt onco and mnbo it --and fail- Â¬ profitable Many havo tried it Mies Katie Board is on the sick list ed If you find tlint you enn mnko n few THE CHANCE OF A bons pay you and you liko tho buslucss this week We aro having plenty of X mas wcath ilion culnrgo tho flock LIFETIME or at present Jcsn than FOUR CENTS nwcek TUlukotU Old People Mr John Nichols and wife visited Mr liy an arrahiemeni with the publishers of fost or iouihviiic uiu eiiauitxi tbo JiYcningunprecedented offer 1to the jjoh-m-to A P Hook Sunday to wukt un Old people who require medicino rcatlem of Kentucky J will send the paling to entor vatwr regulate the bowels and kidneys will find iTiio Macy Bros aro prf LOUISVILLE EVENING POST y ZZTpZt the true remedy in Electric Bitters thoJUrdlnftburg college in Kentucky one year for Si The Hjteprevaldtoany a litres daily eetahllHhvdiHiHjoihalead Miaa Blanche Snider of Hardinaburg This medicine does not etlmulate asd FltBt lunaSconiuinA paHe ie visiting relatives at thle placo lua afternoon Journal of Kentucky print the full report of contains no whWty nor other intoxicants the Associated Xreaaj full Market reports 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per your special oiler to readors of The Brkckknridoe News published at Clovorport Ky Name of Subscriber IotfCHtlc ORDER BLA3STK Stak It k wertk Uv Besiint to mm tW hfaitk muntlM kHM Hkai ntktt v TMfT i Kg H jnwwnrws THK BBGKEiNRlDp WS OIUO ViRFQKLT KY on tho cheek Her supcrblicad was sot on hor neck ns if It bad been placed thero byau artist Tho face was light wl a smile so bo witching that it haunted tho corporal to his dying day Ratlgan had not rocorerod from his curprlso before sho spoko to bimln n rich contralto voice as littlo llku that ho bad heard from hor ns a flfo is liko tbo mellow tones of an organ Corporal pleaso present my compliments to Major Burko and thank him for mo for bis kindness and toll him that whon lie tends another woman through tho linos under prutenso of keop ing hor eyes shut whon ho lias an espe cial purposo of his own In viow not to Tho send nn Oirishman for an csoort smilo on hor lips broadoued and showed Tho Olrish raco n sot of whito teeth ns diplomats nro not usually successful Au revolr corporal Thoro was n grin on tho faces of tho Confederato lookers on and astonish ment on tho honest countenance of Corporal Ratlgan Aud Rats sho continued ovldont ly enjoying bringing out tho word with her rich voice ns ouo loves to roll old wiuo on tho tongue when n woman desires to race it is not always for tho money up Sho tossed tho bill sho had won toward him And Rats dont raco again with any ono with n rawboned nuimal with long legs Bobby Leo is from tho bluo grnc3 regions of Kentucky Theros something wrong nbont his breathing apparatus but ccn with tlrat disadvan tage ho cau trot a mile ovor a good road Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHICKAMAUGA A Who liolds tho sTakbs nsked tho corporal gleefully You uns Dlvll n bit Tho lady shall hold om Sho took tho bill ho handed her and LOUISVILLE MARKET IlEPOffi by n srailo of Uiumph Correctly weekly by Pumphrey A Lmifer Pro- dnce Commission itiercnams ajo Second St bet Main and Market Louist Ille ivy SOLDIERS LOVE STORY An Intensely Interesting Story Full of Thrilling Adventures And Dramatic Situations TOLD WITH CONSULATE SKILL BY Capt F A MITCIIEL Author of Chattanooga and Other War Stories of war Voo como down i et nrnu as my old preceptor at thn univcislty used to say God bless 1ml Liko enough tho t is for tho men and tho nrmis for tho women replied tho woman I dont Leer You uus haint got no business fo tor como down hyar nohow You ro a mis ablo set o black abolishioncrs Im a gal thout nothiu tor fight with and you uus CHAPTER OrENlSG OP A J CAMPAIGN Oiroland Whou I want a man I reckon 1 can find ono right hyar outen the yarth o Goon Hobby goonl Tennessee thout goln to Oireland ter Turning a curve in tho Toad partly Cud ono Is ho redheaded hidden by trcos sho scos a cavalry camp Rod as tho linin of an artillery offi ahoad In tho road an officer stands talk cers cap ing to a man in a farm wagon bosido What kind o oyos whom on a board scat its two cuds Bluo as a robins egg resting on tho wagons sides sits a boy Waal trot him out Ill take a look of 1 1 whilo ou a back seat evidently at him borrowed from a moro pretentious vo Oill call him incsclf and tho ma hiclo is a young girl perhaps three or jor wont into ono of tho tonta Thoro he four years tho boys senior found Corporal Ratigau the man h Tho woman of tho striped dross drovo eought up to tho group and drawing rein listen Corporal Rats ho said every onn cd to what thoy woro saying called tho corporal Rats therii a Cap said tho farmer all officors gurrol out there that wants to go through in tho Union army woro called by tho tho linos Olve sent to brigado head peoplo of tho country cithor cap or gin quarters to find out If theyll give her a oral or mister cap I want tor go pass 1 want ye to make tar acquaintthrough tho linos powerful bad ance Well Olm thinkln mo good man said tho At your service major roplied tho officer with tho broguo of an corporal saluting And tho two walked Irishman thats exactly what old out to whore the travelers wero waiting Rosy wants to do unless ho prefers to get Miss Baggs nl said the major bohiud cm and bag em from tho rear low mo to pros I nt Corporal Ratlgan Ob I dont mean Ugh tin I wauU commonly called Rats by his comrades tor go hum peacoful ono of thj most gallant men in tho reg Cant pass yo mo good man Olvo iment ordora not to pass any ono south whilo Corporal Ratigau bowod and uncov Â¬ tbo army is niovlti Theros no need to ered a head of hair fully up to tho ma Â¬ bo tollln yo that all day Ouco ought to jors description of it It surmounted bo sufficient ono of tho most honest of countenances cried a thrill voici Thoro was an air of gentility about tho Whats thot You dont mean fo from tho boggy mm despite his privates uniform and ter toll mo I cant go hum the imllo with whioh ho grooted tho 01 fear modearltddy that yo cant young woman could not have been more if ye lire beyond our linos bewitching had ho saluted a inarchlou Hml AniUo you unshovkom down ess Admiration for the Mrupping lrUh hyar make war on women Yankeo solditr stood big In Mis Uut Well now that depend on tho kind oyts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cumberland U nwnkciiiug For months its 30 miles of torpid length liavo been marked by clusters of whito tents liko tho rings of a gignutio anaconda But now thcro is an nrouBinR from its long period of lethargy Tho tents aro being struck tho men aro stuffing knapsack rolling Mankots or swallowing from tin cups a last draft of invigorating coffee Wagons aro being loaded with all kinds of camp tents camp cots cooking equipago utensils tho pino tabks and army desks of tho staff departments Hero orderlies arc holding horses waiting tholr riders and thero men aro strapping blankets or ponchos behind saddles or cramming bacon and hard tack intohaersacks whilo strikers empty tho contents of tho demijohn into canteens E icli regiment as soon as formed moves out into tho toad tho wholo taking up tho lino of march by brigades and division It is tho right or head of tho monster that awakens firit Tho main body of this wing moves diagonally toward tho front and left vlnlo caalry pushes di- Â¬ rectly south to conceal tho movement and produco a falso impreshion on tho enemy All day tho infantry and artillery work tholr way over dirt roads tho men marching at will smoking chitting laughing tho Irish rcgimouts cracking jokos tho Germans singing all with that esprit which porvades an army jnst start ing after a long period of idleness ou a now campaign A lashing of artillery horses a cursing of mules words of command buglo calls picket firing tho occasional boom of a guu minglo confusedly and in a country used only to tho peaceful lowing of cattlo or tho song of birds Throughout its wholo length tho Army of tho Cumberland is in motion advancing on that campaign which is to mauouvor tho Confederates out of Tennessee and lead up to tho bat tlo of Chickamauga On a road running parallel with tho Cumberland mountains which flank tho Union army ou its left a strango looking tehiclo is going at a brcikmclc paco toward tho south Tho horso is n raw boned animal w itli long legs and nock whilo tho vehicle a buggy is so bo spatterod with mud that what paint ro mains on it is imiiblo Tho bottom is partly gono tho dashboard would lot through a cannon ball without being injured tho springs aro badly bent tho top which is let down thcro nro no props to hold it up is shriclcd and torn its tatters flying bohiud in tho wind A woman in a striped calico dress a sunbounotof thobamomatorial a pair of colored srcctaclos on her nose holds tho roins and urges forward tho horso Yet strango looking as is tho conveyance and its occupant for that timo and rogion thero is nothing unusu al in tho appcaranco of oither Tho country peoplo inhabiting that portion of Tcnnessco aro not cultured and un conthnoss is rather tho rulo than tho exception Coming to a placo whero sho cm get a full viow for somodibtauco ahead tho woman glances over tho intervening spaco botwoen hor and tho noxt riso in tho undulating ground Seeing nothing to deter sho drives her horso on as rap idly as sho can forco him to go Her buggy careens till it is in danger of go ing ovor sho is bounced from hor scat with a prospoct of boing sent over tho dashboard tho mud flics tho horso whoozes tho buggy groans but thero is uo slackening of pace Tlo Army of tho Â¬ Â¬ major Corporal of tho guardl cried tho major by way of reply Tako that man ho said when tho to tho guard tont corporal camo said As tho messenger was marched away Will yo pla70 fnor mo with your protesting ngaiust tho injnstlco of his ho paused whilo ho looktreatment for obeying orders a staff patronymic officer rodo up Taking tho major apart ed to seo if alio were young or old ho instructed lilin to let tho applicar s miss go through provided thoy would tako My what Your pationymic an oath not to givo any information con Oil talk Tennessee I corning tho Union troops to tho enemy Well then your cognomen With tho passes ho brought a suggestion from tho general to send como person Seo hyar Mr Officer cf you want git anything outcn mo you want to taik with ono or tho other of tho two parties under protenso of an escort but really squar with a viow to discovering tho proximity Plcaso toll mo your name Botsy Baggs And yours Major Burko at your service Aro yo Union or Rcboll Whero do yo want to go Hum And that is at Dunlap Why aro yo hero I been tor MacMiuuvillo tor seo mothers old doctor Theros a shorter road from Mao ilinm ille thau this Why didnt yo tako Â¬ interrupted Boanty and tho beast tho officer bowing Now 6ro hyar Mr Yank I got tor go hum Pop hes away ami mother shos sick in bed Tho officer scratched his head and thought ho said present Woll mo friends ly Oim thinkinOill refer tho caso of all of ycz to brigado headquarters Would yo inoind sittin whero yo aro till I get an answar from tho farmer Reckon not Hurry up said tho woman in tho Mothers waltin fo mo buggy Tho officer stepped into his tent near by and canio out with a pencil and tho With thoso ho back of an old letter proceeded to tiko down tho information required Approaching tho buggy ho How do she said with something that was Intended for a bow Yera purty likely look In feller of you air play iu Yank Youd better a staid in Che land than como down hyar tcr mako war ou women And havo 01 ovcrpalntcd tho beauti- Â¬ ful tint of his hair askod tho major laughing Itd mako good winter hair neednt hov no fire in tho house Horses hoofs wero hoard down tho toad and In a fow minutes tho messen ger who had been sout to headquarters rode up W heros tho answer asked tho ma jor Dlvll an answer did 01 got major sal 1 tho man saluting awkwardly And what dyo mean by that Well 01 kem up to lioadquartherR and the gineral was gcttin off of his Havo yo any harso to go In his tint thin for me mo man ho asked Nivcr a worrud gineral 01 answered salutln respectful Whatn tho paper yo havo In your bolt Its for tho chafo of staff Divil a bit gin Well givo It to me cral its not for tho loikes of mo to be glvin yez a paper Oim instructed to givo it to tho chafo of staff Givo me he tho piper yn cussed Oirishman said or Oill sludyo to tho guard tint Nivrr will 01 bo guilty of breakin tho regulations or tho ortlclcs of war gin Corporal of tho guardl yelled eral tho giueral Tho corporal kem and saluted the gineral htm red as Corporal Ratlgans head Take that papor from that manl ho roared Woll boln surrounded by tho guard who woro at tho corporals call 01 surrendered And thin gasped tho major glar ing at tho stupid mossenger And thin thi gineral said Goto ycr camp and tell Major Burke to put yo in tho guard tint for 24 hours And whin ho sinds another orderly to mo not to slnd a recruit or Oill put him In arÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tiluo orbs yoll got through all right and if yero tempted to look aside just fix on on his head and yoll bo blind od Tho corporal wont for his horso buckled on his rcvolvor and coming back started out to play diplomat In other words to acquiro knowlodgo by strategy CHAPTER IL A WAH OF WITS Corporal Ratlgan rodo gallantly bo lido Miss Baggs tho two koeplng up a constant picket firing which occasionally warmod to tho dignity of a skirmish Miss Baggs was In an excellent humor and tho corporal qulto dolighted at tho Ho protended to rolo ho was playing watch her carefully whonovor anything belonging to tho army was passod ou tho road whilo ho was secrotly forming his plans for gotting far enough on the way to dotormino tho proximity of tho enemy Ho folt no susploion as to Miss Baggs carrying information Boing on tho flank of tho army sho would not bo llkoly to havo much information to carry Tho country pooplo wero constantly passing between tho lines and considering their harrowing excuses no one except with a heart of stono could well provent them Whats In tho box yo havo with ye asked Ratlgan looking at a squaro littlo box on tho seat besido her It had bcon covered with a shawl which had fallen from over It oxposing it to view Thet Tliets a philosophy machine You seo my friend 8al Glasslck sho knows a heap o things Shos tryin ter beat sormS on em inter my pore noddle Reckon sho wont hov uo easy timo What branch docs sho teach yo with Â¬ Â¬ Yo Infernal By tho howly Did yo get no answer Oill sind an answer by a soldier who has boon properly rotainod said tho gineral Didnt yo toll mo right 1 rest raw Waal you seo mother shos sufferln with palsy and this hyar bflx is a waal Sal sho calls it a gal gal Galvanic battery Thots it You hit it right thar A galvanic battery Wo uns ro goin tor try t on mother Lord a massy whats thot Sho directed his attontion from tho box to a cloud of smoko hanging over tho gaps in tho hills far to tho weBt Thoy woro crossing a mountain spur and could seo It qulto plainly Theros foightin goin on thoro ro marked the corporal ob And yon nnsalr glttln lloked served tho tobellions Miss Baggs How dyo know that asked Rati Ran surprised that sho should know anything about it that tr Its a quaro thing the reckouin of gurrols Waal you seo women haint got the big heads men hev Thoy cant roason things out Thoy hov ter jump at em mebbe like ants Ants is powerful small but thovre most times right Oh I reckon it Tho girl showed a slight confusion Oh I got a friend at Franklin col lego Sho uns and I uus alius ben pow or Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ful thick After getting tho data as to all tho party tho major called a mounted man and directed him to tako it to headquar ters and ask for instructions Do yo know who to tako it to he asked of tho man as ho was about to rido away Its to tho gineral Im takin it Tho gineral Mau would you got mo court martialod for disregard of tho regulations Tako it to tho chafo of Etaff yo lunkhead ami from him yoll got tho nnswer Its not tho loikos of you can approach tho gineral Molnd now mid dont spind tho timo talkin with tho guard Whilo tho mossongcr was away tho party listened to tho voluble tongue of tho young Confodcrato sympathizer in tho buggy Sho entered into tho causes of tho war depleted tho benefits of no gro slavery especially on tho slave spoko admiringly of all Confederato soldiers and ransacked tho dictionary to find words to express her loathing of Â¬ SEE UTAH of tho enemy Now that the main army was moving it might be woll to discover it tho cavalry on its flank had fallen back The ground was unfavorable for a rccounoissanco hence the suggestion to get information by stratcgom The major hunted the camp for a Bible on which to administer the oatb and called on Corporal Ratlgan to help He explained the genorals re him quest and told Ratlgan that he wantod him to go with Miss Baggs Having given tbo corporal a full understanding of what was roqulrod of htm ho wont back to the party with a Bible followed by Ratlgan The farmer and his family were first sworn and thon tho major offored to swear Miss Baggs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 31 li OFFICER whon thoy reckon He was Ratlgan mado no reply thinking that Miss Baggs did not appear to bo so plain a personage as he at first thought her Ho looked at her hands Incased In coarse gloves and noticed that they were small for poor white trash Her attiro was very cheap and her cowhide shoes did not betoken refinement but somehow he began to gather a notion that Miss Baggs was not so dreadfully common as she appeared The corporal came of an oxcollent fam ily in his native land and under ordinary circumstances could detect refinement He looked for Miss Baggs to use somo expression beyond the ken qf a poor white girl but she did not So he dismissed the mattor from his mind and began to wonder what exouso ho could make togo on with her under flag of truce when she should pass the Union plckots We uns air goin slow enough ter worrit a snrl remarked Miss Bagg9 And wb should we be goln faster Whard ou steal thet critter sho aakod Insteid of replying looking side wiso at the corporals mount Its likely uuff fo Tennessee blood Ohl Thats Uulted State Dont ye seo the U 8 branded ou him Can he trot He cau beat anything In the bri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yankees Como now Miss Baggn said tho major good naturedly Theros a young follow in mo regiment wholl suit yo exactly Ho Is an Oirisbjnan from o crown of his head to tho solo of his fnt Ho only camo over a fow years uga Ho is as smart as a whip Thoro was but ouo gurrol in County Cavan who conld outtalk im Thath tho reason bt loft tho first Ho did not daro to uso his spurs lest his horso should broak from a trot Miss Baggs animal began to reach his lank logs out triangulating in n lumbering fashion that put him ovor tho ground at no Inconslderablo speod Tho corporal did his best and kopt paco pretty woll Reckon my Bob Loo kin knock tho studio outen your critter Air Sojer Git up Bob With that Bob Increased tbo longth of his trlangulatlons increasing tholr frequency nt tho samo limo Tho result was that ho carried tho old buggy with Betsy Baggs In It right away from tho corporal Indeed Ratlgan foil bohiud stoadily If ho should break from a trot ho would loso thoraco if ho should keep up bis trot ho would loso Miss Baggs Suddenly an officor oppoarod on tho road aud regarding him sternly ordered him to halt Oim followln the young lady sir Oim on official business for tbo gineral commandlu tho th cavalry bri gade Well my man youro a well disciplined orderly You keep the regulation 40 paces to the rear Givo your borso the spur and catch up Ratlgan who could not woll explain to an officer that ho was running a race and fearing to lose his charge gave his horso the spur and dashed after her at a gallop He reached her in a blown condition Olve lost he cried out of breath Reckon you have was Miss Baggs solo roply Tho moneys yours Reckon it air repeated Miss Baggi Yer always reckonln Mebbo yo reckoned about tho end of thoraco lotke the nnt yo were talkin about At that moment thoy spied the out post ahead Waal hyar wo nlr said Miss Bpggs Dont want tor part from you uns Mr Sojer Im powerful bad struck hyar And she put her hand on her heart Liko enough 01 can find some reason to go with yo a bit Oim all broken up xncself sure enough I hopes you kin Lieutenant said the corporal sa luting an officer who camo out from the Major Burke ordered mo ploket post to seo this young lady out of the lines Sho has a pass to Dunlap The lieutenant read the pass and told Miss Baggs sho might go through Ratigan was raoking his brains to know what to do Ho had beon instructed to go through with Miss Baggs un der some protense but his ingenuity when put to tho tost failed him Miss Baggs came to his relief I dont sho said Mr Corporal hanker ter part lth thet bloomln head o har o yourn Would you mind seeln a poro lone woman ter the Confederato linos Tho corporal whispered a few words In tho lieutenants ear The result was that In five minutes four cavalry pri vates wero placed under tho corporals orders who held in his band a polo cut from a tree at the side of tho road to whioh he had attaohed a wblto cotton handkerchief Then tho old buggy which rattled at every turn of tho wheel and threatened to collapso at overy mudholc proceeded down tho road Corporal Ratigan cantered alongside while tho four privates followed directly In rear But a few miles had been traversod when a horseman he provod to bo tho enemys vedette was seen standing in tho road ahoad As tho party approach ed they saw a dozen moro advanoing to his support But tho Confederates evidently saw the white flag for no other demonstration was made than tho rid ing forward of an officor with half a dozen men to meet thoso who woro advancing asked the offi What do you want cer grny Flug to seo the lady to your lines Under a commissioned officor Only mcself a corporal said Rat igan Woll you oan turn about pretty quiok and got back to whore you came from The next such flag sent out will bo taken In and wont get nut again Captain dont you know me said Miss Baggs smiling at tho officer Well upon ray word Yon dont mean Miss Baggs put her finger on her lip Those mon came at my request so 1 hope you will uot she continued find any fault Tho officer raised his bat but said i nothing sho said Good morning corporal Im much obliged for your trouble Youre quite welcome miss Both parties moved slowly away simultaneously They had scarcely started before tho corporal heard his nomo spo ken in a womans voice but one with which he was not familiar Ratsl He turned nd saw what must bo Miss Baggs for her dress was tho same though her head and nook were changed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ tharl Remember itsntrottinraco Ratigau was at n disadvantage from gave tho lines a jerk with a Git along LOUISVILLE KV Fet J 16V5 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and poit offlce address BUTTER 11 10 Choloe country Medium Creamery 8 20 a Fresh indlana Nary icaus hi Si JIEANS Michigan hand ptokod Old or Common and colored 35 2 Frlmo white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck FEATHERH to 22 6 1 74 to 3 00 1 00 to 1 20 25 16 25 4 i to bi 7A 9 GAME Rabbits per dor Squirrels per dot Oreen pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Hens per lb Ducks I1IDES i 7 7Jf 20 FOULTRY Ut 3 40 7 6X 7 Turkejs alive 7g8 7 iu 2 50 Had Miss Baggs appeared less bewitching as sho stood thcro under the protection of half a dozen Confederate troopers Ratlgan would havo turned away impatiently As it was sho scorn ed to hold him by a spoil Ono thing more my bouny cardinal flower Tell tho major that I Hko tho young man from County Cavan bo bos Her recommended to mo very much eyes fairly danced When tho war is In ovor I hopo you will look mo up quiro for Betsy Baggs nt tho St Cloud hotel Nashville With this sho threw him a kiss from tho tips of hor fingers which now that her glovo was reniocd ho noticed were whito and round Thoro was really something sympathetic In tho last glauco she gave him In it was a regret that it had been necessary for hor to deceive so honest nnd manly a fellow It was tho final dart that pierced tho Irishmans heart and comploted his inthrallment Leaving the corporal and bis men gaping in the road the party moved away Tho last thing Ratigan heard was a hoarse laugh from ono of tho Confederates which was rebuked by Miss Baggs and reprimanded by the officer Tbo corporal led his party northward in no good humor At tho plckot post he left tho men ho had taken with him aud rode oil alone meditath oly In pass ing a part of tho road where there wa3 no ono to hear ho reined iu his horso and exclaimed aloud D n it I I believe tho witch Is carrying Important Information The thought filled him with horror What Who was she What was she was the box sho called a gahanio bat- Â¬ tery For moro than an hour ho bad at tended a rudo country girl who when under tho protection of Confederate officers bloomed into a handsomo woman Ho was aimuch chagrined at his own stupidity as ho was bewildored by tbo cunning of Miss Baggs Entering the camp ho slunk away to his tent and did not report tho outcomo of his mission to Major Burko till just taps Then ho only said beforo Their pickets aro three miles down the road beyond ours Aro yoshure 01 am 01 left the young lady 01 mean the counthry gurrel among em And tho vixen blow me a kiss nt partin Ah Rats yoro a sly dog Oim shuro yo did your work woll Major replied the corporal dont ye bellevo It All tho divils In holl if thoy bo men aro no match for a woman And if thoy bo women Rats Then God savo em both to up continued Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DRIED AFPLEd AND PEAOIIEa Apples choloe bright quarters to Apples average to 5 Apples old Peaches new 4 to 6 Peaches old WOOL 21 Tub vrashed Orease fine 16 16 Grease coarse 13 15 Merino 10 cul2 Surry and Outs 12 8 JHlBUJilibAWlSUUa 4 Tallow Beeswax a 26 Sorghum Molasses MAY GRAIN FEED We qnoto prices to day on Louisville city lurktys M dressed 10 bi 4i 3035 32 wharf OATS No 2 oats HAY 38 Strictly oholo Choice No 2 Good Modlum Uood Bright Straw CORN Choice white Choloe shelled 10 50 11 00 10 00 4 60 g IS 00 12 00 11 00 42f 46 4 3 3 3 CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butcher Medium to good butchers HOGS Choice packing and butchers Fair to good 00 60 40 00 4 25 3 75 3 05 3 26 5 00 4 90 1 75 5 00 Roughs Bhoats and pigs 100 lbs and 4 90 4 85 50 under4 75 i6 SHEEP Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring Fair to good 2 25 2 00 2 76 a 2 60 4 50 2 60 ft 4 il 4 75 00 Louisville St Louis Texas R Co 24 TIME SCHEDULE IfcTO Taking Cffoct A At 600 oclck H Sunday Dec 30 18S4 Tram M Wtt Sound Traint Eatt Bound Mail w Mall Kxprs Kxpra Dally Dally 630pm 7 3liin 6 45 745 72 7 30 8 281 STATIONS Expra Expr Dally Dally 100pm 8 30pm 12 45 815 7 35 1125 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Hock Haven Ionf Branch 747 755 813 830 84r 8W West Point Howard 8 04 9 02 8 21 8 38 8 45 8 55 9 09 9 28 9 31 10 02 1007 919 930 It 47 9U 9 3J UtO Ilrandcnburg Ekron Ouston Irvington Webster Lodibnrg Pierce Sample StepKensport Addison Cloverport Shops UVnm 7 30 1147 714 7 07 U39 1131 1122 1114 1105 1069 1049 1041 10 37 1028 10 23 1021 1005 10 CO 900 1000 1009 10 14 1020 1033 1019 1060 1102 11 914 917 Holt 668 648 640 630 614 606 667 552 645 640 5S6 524 609 469 461 4 4 -- 943 964 J 1012 1018 1035 1048 1069 1109 1115 1119 U 25 1113 1263am 12fipm 1218 Skllman Hawesville Petrlc Falcon Cayce Lewlsport Powers Pates Mattingly Griffith Stanley Worthington Heads Spottsvllle Owensboro 948 987 9 29 6 21 923 919 911 915 1114 1119 1125 1133 122 I2iT 12 i5 1242 1253 1145 1163pm 1269 1210am 1 15pm 817 8W 016 7 68 8 40 8 30 4 4 4 4 45 42 38 20 08 00 347 3 41 arIIendersn Basetts - lv 7 2am 70 Hi 7 34 337 330 323 316 310 255pm y L St L T Ry Fordsvlfle Branch TIME TABLE No 24 TAKING EFFECT DEO 30 1894 A Des Moines woman who has bcon West Bound Trains East Bound Trains troubled with frequent colds concluded Daily Dally Dally Daily ex bun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun to try nn old remedy in n new way and No 2 No e No6 Nol accordingly took a tablespoonful four 10 10am Lv Irvington Ar 9 20am 11 60 8 10 Garfield turn h the usual dose of Chamberlains 1203pm Harned 760 Oouu Remedy just before going to bed 1222 Hardinsburg 7 30 1268 7 00 Kirk Tbo next morning she found that her 110 Jolly 660 Glendeane 6 30 12 colt had almost entirely disappeared 1 35 Dempster 6 20 Dui ng tho day sho took a lew doses of arKallsIloughlv 600 165 Hock rale 230 6 27 the itimedy one teaspoonful at a time 242 Ituth 616 261 6 08 Asklnt nnd at night again took a tablespoonful SOi Oaks 4 60 before going to bed and on the following 340pm ArFordsvillelv 43Sam morning awoke free from nil symptoms of t ie cold Since then she has on sev t ra occasions used this remedy in liko maituor with tho same good results and is much elated over her discovery of so quick a way of curing a cold For sale Condensed News by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky Stories Board Hnrdinsburg Ky ICiucbeloo itoti for irnvoyou Ilciiovrcd your Subucrip 1803 I j u BEST Miscellany GARRETT Womens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents memorials 111 I haint goin terdouoswearlnshe said defiantly Oim glad to hear that remarked Corporal Itatigan What fo fire top she asked surprised Old be breakin me heart at partlo Â¬ You haint got uo heart nohow or you wouldn t bo In the Yankeo army Dont ye boliovo It oxolalmod the major his hearts as warrum as the color of his hair Come young loddy tako tho oath Old be sorry to bopartln yo from yer mother and shu sufforin wlthyo her faco directly toward him Her glasses wero gone hor sunbonnet hung in one band while sho held reins in tho other Never had the corporal bo- hold so groat a ohango in so brief n spaco of time Tho jolting had dlsar- ramrod a mass of dark hair whioh bad partly fallon over hor shoulders Her eyes wero black and lustrous her com nlexlon au olive raleved by a ruddiness borso Thousands of Women Buffr untold fflUtM from a M7 tbtr cannot ovtr com -- I tr hyar crittor o mine Ratlgan looked at her rawboned bruto and burst Into a laugh Waal now you noedut tako oil so Reckon I od give you a brush ef you tnuguo quoth Ratlgan If the major was minded All right mo dear Heros a straight will permit Olve a mind to see ye through tbo Hues inosolf without the bit of road Fo what stakes oath A 5 greubaok Tbo corporal looked slyly at tbo major Agin Confederate mosey aud the major returned tho corporals With pleasure sly glancd The corporal drew forth a orisp 3 Very woll Ye go said Burke with her and ruolud that she Isnt keep bill And MIm Biggs put the thumb in her ols open to w things forGinsral and finger of one baud in the palm of Bragg Uuefit MUa Bagga If yell the other under glove and drew out a Confedmt shlnplastor kMP lookfn roll into tlie corporals yo take it formol sake que ried Ratlgan with a mock appeal Youll hev ter git somo un ugliera you uus ter movo me I hanker after ngly mou but you uus aint quite ugly enough fo mo Now yero talkin with a seductive Wont wont gade Dyou think he can trot with this ef dell S Frymlro of Kkron was here one day this week Mr James Osborno Sr of Quston was here last Sunday I Uncle John Tuell of Lkron is visiting j in this neighborhood this week T Stiveral from here attended tho salo at Hill Grovo and report good sales Mr J W Tuell and wife spent Thurs- Â¬ day night with Dr Miles and wife Josh Montgomery has returned homo after several days visit with frionds hete Mr Bob Bucklor bos returned to Mar tun county after a fow weeks visit hero Mr Frcs Richardson and wife spent last Sunday with Mr Wm Hilf and fam Â¬ ily D Wi Burch and Josh Montgomery went to Brandenburg Saturday on busi Â¬ i Lhildren s Department Everything lllii ii it r n Inttvn i vw tww j V weeKiy PRICE booner - i i Journal A ten page eight column Democratic Newsr Pper HENBY WATTERSON It the Editor 100 a YEAR The WEEKLY COUltlKItlDIIIlN AT m11 very liberal terms to agents Sample copies oi the paper and Premium Supplement sent free tu any address Write to COURIER JOURNAL BADFIELDf Vffift1 BMioa i liar cr iiimii nituiaiui ACTS US R SPECIFIC pmib uaHTiumnr health to bloom sad Joy to rclsa itkaAMktiAtlt aA MSWSt MUVUtlVHI VMV AA K Ii mbim ness Mrs J G Sbacklett of Hill Grovo was here one day this week the guest of her son Rod Mr John Funk visited his sister Mrs John Bunger who Is still very poorly THE BRECKENRIDGE REWSx AND THE loHlYlle Ky S COMPAQ 4 WEEKLY COUHIERJQIJRMAL Will bo Bent one year to any addrtwa for 175 AuureMiTtieBBiscKKKHiiHiRNit Cloverport Ky It Never Falls to Cure bn UnHpiiK4lBthrTtMri Mr wlfl till nnitor trMtaMt of wiUvoUMB du AiwrqfiBSipfTVBuviwuima ou fraiHeiowu reiUMla Meruiator sir - 7aTI5Vm au jt br MtWKLB KMCUTOR CO AUmU ftl SUM lr irMUU t M r kUU last Sunday Mr James Rlcketta and family of Brandenburg were visiting Mra Crutch er and family thla week Dr Walker of Bewleyvllle passed through here last Friday enoute tor Gar A tUrring try at love tmi Adventure nettovllU to vWt hta brotuar Dr B R Will OOB appear in Jhli paper Walker Chickamauga BEfiTTfsr mmH mm ijTJ T t- - WW jn -- f jevs v wmn fv Wi Pair un if r rrtm I Mil ft I Ill llPI Awarded tigli6t IlonQra WorU CREAM Ms A BAKING POWDfR MOST PERFECT MADE Free pure Grapa Cream of TartrPowder torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Breckenridge News 1895 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 0 LOCAL BREVITIES Tiio river Is still full of ico When will the Lectures begin Al Hines was in town Monday Mrs Till Pauley is sick with fever Warfleld Hendrick was in town yester- Â¬ - ft m i day For sweet mixed pickles go to the City Bekery Mr and Mrs M H Beard were here Sunday Lillards tobacco for sale at tbe City Bakery S L Sulzer was hero Saturday and Sunday Try the widows mites at the City Bakery 0 P Babboge Louisville was in town yesterday Pure sweet apple cider at the City Bakery Mrs J E Mattingly went to Hardlns burg yesterday Miss Minnie Murray returned from Ilardinsburg Sunday Kev W B Kutledgo will preach at Goshen next Sunday Guns and gun belts at prices that will astonish you Sulzers Fiage Carter removed the temporary church on Chestnut street Mr ond Mrs Henry Wright returned from Elizabethtown Friday For Sale Orchard gross 6eed war- Â¬ ranted fresh Julius Dutschke With every pair of school shoes you get a pencil box free Sulzers P M Johnson of Philpot was in town yesterday en route to West View STris Warfleld fireman on tho L II A W- is spending a few days in the city Eggs are very scarce and high in this market They bring 25 cents a dozen The City Council met Monday night Nothing but regular business before it Burrol Beard Ilardinsburg was in the city Monday and Tuesday on legal busi- Â¬ ness Mies Rosa Barry returned lost week from a pleasant visit to friends near PrestoHr wTe Pato and Miss Ruby G Ryan of Mattingly were in the city Monday ehoppiug lJiiHons pond has been n popular re sort for tho vounc people during tho - cold ffilap County Attorney Vance HawesvHIe was attending Judge Gregorys court here Monday MIeb Lizzie Redman and Miss Lena Van Meter of Glendalo are visiting Mrs W 0 Allen It is so singular not to hear any sleigh Why the finest snow young bells men for outing Lx8am Benvln was in town Monday tell- Â¬ ing a good joke of Jim Wright and his quilting machine Amos Board and Lawrence Miller were hero Saturday on their way homo from court at Owensboro Carpenters do you need tools 7- Come to us wo are making a record on hard- Â¬ ware sales Sulzers Pat Kane tho popular engineer has the thanks of this office and other friends for favors extended Tliis is a week of prayer and self denial at tho Methodist church Services overy ovenlng at 7 oclock Georgo Frank of Louisville waMpend ing several days in town lookinjefround and meeting old friends Tho Louisville Daily Poet and the BrtKCKBNiurxiE Nevs one year for 1275 post paid to any address Take advantage of our remnant sale Bead our big advertisement and lay up for a rainy day Sulzers Do you need Do you intend to build any cut nails We have a few kegs well close out cheap Sulzers United States Marshal Smith of Bowl Â¬ ing Green was hero Wednesday getting witnesses in the Everett Jolly case Quarterly meeting services next Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Dr Hall will bo present and preach Saturday at 11 a in All over the house from cellar to third story we are hewing out bargains Take advantage of tho clearance sale Sulzers Chicken thieves are numerous in the lower end of town The guilty parties forgot that the snow would cause them to bo tracked Shot guns liavo come to tows to outrooet those night owls Mrs Z T Stith gave a social Friday evening Meesrs T J Jolly and Chas Blanford attended Federal court at Owensboro all the week Mr Charlie Drury and Miss Lena vis Â¬ ited their sistor Mrs Frakes nt Bran Â¬ denburg Friday night Wo send our love to Miss Carrio D Frakes and her mother and congratula- Â¬ tions to tho father and wish them all much happiness Meesrs Clyde Stith Grand View Clay Moorman Big Spring and J Horned Big Spring attended our Quarterly meeting Kev 8 A Allen our Presiding Elder camo Friday to hold a Quarterly Meet- Â¬ ing at our place Tho weathor Is very cold but the meeting has been pleasant and profitable Brother CundllT and his helpers Mr Hawkins and Miss Llllie To say something is one tiling to Joyce aro with us for the purposo of provo it is another Wo cant prove protracting tho meeting and we think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is tho wo will have a great ono best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont agree with ns you get your money back For sale by Short A Hayncs Clover port Dr R II MoMullln McDaniels For all the ailments of Throat M Moycr A Co Buras Geo Ileyser and Lungs there is no cure so Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury and permanent as Scotts Bennett A Co Bewleyville Ky W E quick Emulsion of Cod liver Oil It is Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols palatable easy on the most dell Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring A summer normal school of six Weeks catc stomach and effective Ky will be conducted here at the close of pehctota under the taaaage our public ReiolutiQMof Respect mwi of Jawea II Logan and able assistÂ¬ County Superintendent Dibkell orAt meeting of UrccktpilJne Lodge AN061 LK ant A I W Wheeler S I Coomd and w4U be present a part of the time to w yere appointed committee to draft rcso jtfet V directlag the work luliost expressive of tbe letting of the mem L OeUe the lo TeU awl persow preparing to ber c uponI odgeilthour brother A Amel and stimulate the appetite aids the ttweh will do well to atkml this U rm of family so tho ha workoTlbctr ton ended of other foAds cures Wfe of Amel li And le digestionand Colds Sore Throat sebool Coughs Bis labors has laid down lie his ceased from and gives vital Hftvt yon Kchht4 ratfr Subeerip the ere and Ulen up the cmwb Beneath the Bronchitis Valentines nil kinds nt Suhcrs 0 F Redman Irvington spent Sun day hero Mrs Murphy of Sklllman was qulto sick last week Brainnrds AArmstrongs silk floes sole agents Sulzers Tom Lewis has completed n now fence for A R Fisher Pat Cavanaugh of Cnyce was in town with tobacco and sold it The ground hog saw its shadow hence six more weeks cold weather Frank Greenwood of Holt is around again after a spell of sickness James M Lewis was out yesterday for tho first timo einco Christmas little Catholics colebiated Caudle Maes Day last Saturday February 2 Died Everett Lee infant son of JD and Maiy Wheatly Dec 16 of brain fever Business is beginning to brighten up and Uloverport is right in It lu have itu share The young people are especially Invited to attend prayer meeting ut the Baptist church Uwiight Times are certainly gutting better irom the number ol new saddles thut are goÂ¬ ing out ot this town Frank Ballmau of tho Plaining Mill is stepping high the last lew days Ev Â¬ erybody lu wondering why C It McCubbms Stephensport was in town last week representing the Household Specialty Co Cincinnati Utobert Lewis known as Bob began work again at the shops How ever lie is not old Bob since he is minus a thumb Mr Wm Hopper was in town yester Â¬ day paying oil tho Receivers claims against tho Breckenridge Company limited Silas Harrington has been removed from tho post ofllce at Muldraugh T W Hunt has been appointed in his place Obituary notices and resolutions of respect inserted at 5 cents a line Par- Â¬ ties sending in theso notices will please bear this in mind Farmers wo have a lot of barn door hinges 8 to 27 inches long Just tho thing for barns and gates A big snap for some one Sulzers Mr Geo Greer our townsman and engineer on the road has recovered from his severe cold contracted in weather below zero Little folks read our offer in our big advertisement Cnt it out and bring it to us and get a book or a paper doll or a pretty picture Sulzers Patterson Hill road tho only outlet west of town is surely a masterpiece of grading Dont ascend the hill you know not if you get safe down again Tho Ladies Missionary society of the Baptist church will give a Crazy Tea at the Knights of Pythias hall next Friday evening at 0 oclock Admission 10 cents Everybody invited Lilogfi best packers wero selling at 4 cents on tho Loulsvillo market Tuesday Cattle market dull and lower for com- Â¬ mon and medium grades Common Bhecp not wanted at any price Gov Brown has offered n reward of 150 for tho arrest and conviction of Henry Wade alias Smith Nathan Tharp and Henry Hamner nlias McGin nis charged with the murder of Lot Rums committed at Victoria in lbM Charley A Adkisson jr has clb d his school at Raymond He speaks in very high terms of his pupils and the utt reet taken in the school ileis also g ittful to the parents for their kiudncM and courtesy shown him while teaching Rev Kutledgo ran a sneaking black scoundrel off his back porch Sunday night just as he was leavingbome to go to church Ho was there for no good aud it was not tho first time ho had been seen on tho premises A double barrel Bhot gun will greet him on his next visit JMr and Mrs J G Stephens closed their home Aita Vi6ta for tho winter lost week Mr Stephens has gone to Florida and Mrs Stephens with Mies Brook will spend tho winter with her daughters Mrs T J Minary and Mrs Caldwell Norton Louisville Mrs F T Ileyser accompanied by her little daughter Ray left Monday for California to visit her brothers She was accompanied as far as Loulsvillo by her brother Dr J T Owen Mrs Ileyser has quite a long journey before hor Shu goes from Louisville to New Orleans from tliero to San Francisco and from there to Bed Bluff Cal From Red Bluff she goes to Portland Oregon then to Kansas City Chicago and home By looking at tbe map you will havo abetter idea of tbe territory traveled Sho se- Â¬ cured a ticket from our depot agent W 0 Allen It cost 100 Mr Allen says it is the first ticket of the kind ho ever sold and the largest amount ho ever re- Â¬ ceived for a einglo ticket Â¬ f III IU I n III II I ill nil i ii lL i - 8 i n i MM ill li in f7 LODIBLJRQ EKRON IRVINGTON Snow Ico and cold weather at the head Health in tho community very good at this writing Isflotn Jan 5 to tho wife of J W Keys nn eleven pound boy Lfniia Leo llltlo daughter of B F Hnrdins has been sick several days Bill I supposo Frank got Lis lumber after drawing his papers on jou Hal Ha Mrs Thttrnlan Smith has returned from n weeks visit to her pa rente of Ilardinsburg Tho party given by Mr L G Avltt not heard from Im thinking it must have frczo out Mies Blanche says sho will be glad when her echool closes Chorus So will I says Sara Wo wero blessed with a disappoint- Â¬ ment in regard to tho cold wave that was to have struck us Feb 1 Mis Roger Beaty has been suffering several weeks with catarrh of the head and is no better at this writing Mrs F W Bashaw and little daughter of Sample were visiting Mr Henry Boshams family several days lnet week Mack Payneof McFall Mo is expect Â¬ ed in on a visit soon If reports are truo it will be a happy home coming to some one Not seeing any items from hero far sometime I thought I would writo somo and let people know Lodlburg is as lively as other places Mrs A M Hardin and littlo daughter Nina spent Friday and Saturday of last Mrs Hardin hav Â¬ week in Owensboro ing somo dental work dono Rev F II Quinn is visiting In the neighborhood In a short time ho will go to Illinois where ho is to tako charge God be with him of a church uMrTGus Gibson of Cloverport was visiting his son W II Gibson last week While in tho neighborhood he purchas- Â¬ ed of Mrs Dorcas Beauchomp one of those ancient clocks Clearing and tobacco bed burning somewhat delayed on account of Snow Farmers faces aro and cold weather not wreathed in smiles but the shape of their mouths is a horse shoe toe turned upward Miss Deo Bosham has closed her school at Oak Ridge and if reports bo true thinks sho will tako advantage of tho adage better to bo an old mans darling For shame than a young mans slave young men to allow as bright a jewel as Mies Dee to be captured by an old widower Whilo a certain young lady of this neighborhood lat Suuday evening was pleasantly entertaining company she little thougkt thero was another bound on tho sainu errand to be entertained by her sweet mueieal voice but got closo enough to see horses hitched at her gate ho retract d his steps in double quick time He ought to learn Faint heart never won fair lady Little Mary Henry is slightly ill Hon Gus W Richardson went back to Wo are glad lo seo Mrs Wathcn homo Loulsvillo Tuesday Joo Huron ot Louisville was tho guest again Meesrs Ilerndou nud Wrnthcr wero In of W L Archer Sunday Capt A E Guedry lift Friday for tho Louis vlllo last week Mm Kate L Bennett we aro sorry to south to bo go no about three months I Ittlo Nelllo Stith of Irvington was hear Is on the sick list Mr Foster Lyons wai called homo on tho gurst of Mies Nelllo Brown lad account of his wifes Illness She Is bet Â¬ week of ter and we hope will soon bo her former Mrs Susan Walkpr mother-in-laR S Dowell and Theo Jamep is very self Regular church Hireling ntxt Saturday pm Preaching Sunday n Brown near KMilton oclock and nt It oclock p in by moved on tho Archer and Barry farm m at tho Pastor W R Culloni near town last week W Beard of of Louisville camo U5fnj Horace Scott and Mrs Mary Payne down Sunday morning to seo her mother Ilardlndburg and Miss Cilia Owen of Louisville wire registered nt tho Mc Mrs Walker who is very ill Glothlan House lust weik Miss Verdla Bashatn and sister Miss Mrs John Bcauchainp whoso health Mattie of Salcmand Davo and Will Ash of Sand Hill wero tho guests of is very poor we aro plcasid to hear is craft Warner Shacklett and sister Rena Sun- Â¬ somo better Her daughter and grand child camo up to sec her last week day Mis Chas Simmons who has been and Lamkin will movo their Shuraato saw mill in a few days on tho Wrather sick several weeks is we aro pleased to Brothers farm near town whero tlioy state still improving Wo hope eoon to expect to saw a houso and barn pattern see her cheery fnco among us as usual Rev Hawkins accompanied by his for the Wrather Bros rr D It Shacklett moved to his new daughter passul through town en route home last Thursdayi near town Mr to Bowloyville whero they aro expected Shacklett says it is the first time ho has to hold n protracted meeting in tho May their efforts bo felt at home entirely for bIx years Methodist church Georgo Robinson took posesslon of tho fraught with much good to that and the surrounding community Poor house tho same day Master Joo Helm of Spears Ky after to Louisville B F Wright who moved about two weeks ago from near here a prolonged visit to his aunt Mrs Bate Washington of Washington Place was brought back Saturday nigh t a corpse Come Ho died Friday night with that dreadful returned to Ills homo last week diseaso typhoid fever He leaves a wife again Joe wo lovo wholt souled boys and two children to mourn a husband like you and aro always glad to give jou and fathers love His remains were In a hearty handshake Miss Reo Washington and Mr E B terred in Buck Grovo cemetery Sunday Prothcroe Miss May and Mr Claycomb morning Miss Essio Bruner entertained lnr Miss Mercer and Mr Munford spent a friends on lost Thursday evening Games quiet and delightful ovenlng with Mies Among tho young ladies of all kinds helped to while away the McGcliee evening until n lato hour Thoso pres- wero somo fine pianist and consequently ent were Misses Lillie M Shacklett Hat n How of delightful music helped to tie Warfleld Essie and Blrdio Bruner whilo away the all too fleeting moments The ninny friends of Mrs John Ljd and Miss Mamio Daugherty Messrs L dan will be sorry to hear that unexpectT Massey Will Tobin James Warfleld Tom McDonald Max and Wilbur Wlllet ed troubles havo caused it mcessary for her to bo placed at Columbus Ohio un- Â¬ Ruby and Jim Jones pastor of der surgical treatment May tho treat- Â¬ Rev A N Whittinghill Salem church preached his farewell ser- Â¬ ment prove beneficial nnd sho bo soon Ho goes restored to health and happiness of her mon last Sunday February to a field of work at Bowling Green family of little children and other loved Whilo we tho membors of Salem church ones Tho quiet monotony of our littlo town regret very much to part with Brother Whittinghill we congratulate the church- Â¬ was broken into last week by a real law Misses Munford were tho plantlfis es that havo called him for their pastor suit Thero has been added to Salem church nnd Mr Lnstcr dclendnnt Tho many friends of tlie former will bo pleased to during Brother Whittinghills pastornge less than two years ono hundred mem- Â¬ know that they gained tho ense and Mr Laster was placed under 230 bond to bers appear at next terra of Circuit Court Two Lives Saved Mr D W Henry received a telegram Mrs Plucbe Thomas of Junction City announcing tho death of his old friend III was told by her doctors slio had Mr Ueu Wright of Louisville formerly Consumption and that thero was no hope of Kkron Mr Wright had only been a tor her but two bottles of Dr Kings resident of Louisville a short while and New Diecovcry completely cured her hla death was a sudden sheck to his MrTlios and sho says it 6aved herlife friends whosyinpathlzdeply with tho Eggere 130 Florida St San Frnucieco bereaved family suffered from a dreadful cold approach Â¬ Last Monday evening a pleasant and ing Consumption tried without result erjoynble surprisu parly was tendered everything else then bought one bottlo Miss Bottle McGeheo ut her homo and of Dr Kings Now Diecovcry and in two tno elements wero notwithstanding weeks was cured Ho is naturally thank- Â¬ against them a party of fun loving girls ful It is such results of which tin so nnd boys joung lad its nnd gentlemen aro samples that provo tho wonderful bravid tho cold and had a most delightful efficacy of thin medicine In Coughs and time That is right girls nud boys go Colds Free trial bottles at A R Fish alt ad ind enjoy Hfo v old folks enjoy ers Drug store Regular size fiOc and seeing your bright fact sand hearing your 100 We feel too old to gay laughter about participate yet wo are not too old to GROVELAND look on nnd give you n nod of approval Tho young people of tho neighbor Â¬ Mr Pete Saundi rs visited lili son near hood seem to bo having fine sport enjoy- Â¬ Ekron last week ing tho brnutiful snow Last Fiiday Mr and Mm Press Blchardson spent evening a pnrty consisting of Misses last Friday with Mrs Ben Carrico Hendereon and Clajcomb Misses May Miss Eula JoncH spent ono night this and Mercer of Ilardinsburg and Messrs week with Miss Maggla Saunders Claycomb Henderton Protheroo and Dr Wlllelt made a call in Gioveland McGchee all enjoyed a delightful sleigh this week Ho eays his cow has gone ride returning to Mrs Hendersons where they spent a delightful hour be Â¬ dry Messrs Nellie and Mr Press Peer of Missouri is visiting ing entertained by Nora in their characteristic hospitable his relatives hero Mr Ben Cn rico and style family Dont forget to come out next Friduy Rev J 0 Willett wifo mid little nlternoon nt 2 oclock to hear Dr Ilawes daughter visited their sou in Ekron last reading and recitation Wo feel sure a Thursday treat is in etore for all aud tho good peo Mrs Jasper Thomas near Grahampton ple of tho town will make all who como visited our merchants wife Mis Hisol welcome Trains on the railroad ruako last Tuesday such connct tion that parties from either Mrs Sallie Kendall and daughter Miss section of the main line will bo able to Lou Shacklett wero tho guests of Mm return to their homes on tho evening Ben Cat rico last weok Those from tho HarJlnsburg trains Mr Ben Shacklett was in our noigh branch will find friends who will bo glad So como one borhood this week tho guost of his to keep them over night brother Rev D F Shacklett and all Remember at 2 oclock Friday Miss Rosa Allen left last Monday for afternoon Baptist church Wo can boast of n first class Sunday Ekron where slip will attend the Normal school Wo wish her much success Teachers and pupils school inthisplaco A crowd from this place on next Sun Â¬ all taking such an actlvo interest in tho day will be entertained at tho homo of work that they como miles through tho Jako Shacklett Jr and wifo near Coon very worst weather to bo present Vr Jimmy Lewis is superintendent and his Hollor Judson Willett was called to earnestnees nnd timely talks to the pupils Rev Then wo Grahamton last Wednesday to marry Mr aro an interesting fcatuio Kessinger to Miss Grace Gibson of havo very txcelleut Blnglng which as T all know goes far towards tho success of that place a Sunday school Our t lllclent ornnist Tho sermon preached on 3rd Sunday Miss Uee Washington is untiring in her at Buck Grovo by our pastor was n suc dibits to tnnVe the singing a signal suecess His sulj ct being Bible Sanctifi cees and with the combined efforts of catlou which is to bo continued on the Misses Ellen Munford and Sallio Henry Ord Sunday in FobUary I feel sale In saying that thero la not a Ttio party given by Mr Sam Downs Sunday school iii the county of the size laet week regardleea ol the snow proved that can biut qui Irvlugtoa Sunday to be qulto a success Many friends school wero present and the admirable hostees llnvu you Hollowed your titiecrii- displayed unequaled skill inontertaintng lion for 1805 the merry crowd K W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Mrs 0 D Richardson entertained a Wednesday Those Paducoh Ky says that Dr Bolls Pine few friend on lat pretest wero Mr and Mm Joo Saunders Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ Mrs Ed Hunger Mm J 0 Willett and ing cough when all things else failed daughters Lena and Vance Mien Nettle Its a new remedy for all coughs For Oetrrieo and Mr and Mrs Mc II Rlcli- - sale by Short A Hayncs Cloverport Dr McptBiels M Meyer R II MoMullln arikoti Co Kunw Geo Heyser Constan Wedding belle have not eeawd ringlug tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett In this v4claity yet It Makes im Hid A Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown of our wk ea we think al leeiag o Irvington Ky Jho P Nichols Garfield sweetest sad BMt pepahur yottng ldie Ky A K MorrU Big 6iIb Ky tad tbet another ttetgabettoed will soon ekdia her as their and be adorned by Pewctor Dr PriM CrMtN berbtitjht aaniie and pWaeaut words loss rUl be their gain sick at this writing Stephensport at 2 oclock 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A MONEY SAVING Remnant Sale That will provo irrcsistablo to Every Economical buyer 1 Six months of brisk business has left on our hands many Short lengths and odd pieces of the prettiest Goods All over the house we find odd Garments and broken lots we dont care to oarry And they Go Go Go At a reduced Frice PICK WHILE THE PICKING IS BEST For this Snap will soon be Gobbled up SHOES A nice assortment of ladies shoes good stock hut odd sizes Regular price is M closing them out nt CLOAKS Hero isn regulnr snap just the thing to wear In tho house while you are doing up your wurK 275 200 Minus MENS RED FLANNEL wool win iced to break tho Mnrch winds oir with worth 75c THIS WEEK aii jusi wnai nr UNDER- you UUUi hP your choice WEEK at - - THIS - DRESS GOODS Nearly nil kinds left from tho last of tho bolt Here is a chance to get tho children dresses nnd aprons at a small cost MISSES KID GLOVES pair or more sold overy where at Mc THIS WEEK just for fun they go at - - Twelve 10c A largo lot of LACE REMNANTS short end that accumulated during tho season Pattern usually sold for douhlo tho money we ask Get a pick whilo they last HATS--Browns GLASSWARE Weve struck a snap nnd so hao you over 100 articles including molasses stands fruit bowls nud other useful ni tide- s- thoy uo at 5 and 10 cents SCRUBBING BRUSHES Just tho tiling to brush the mud oirof your cow or horse or clean your muddy p feet with Wortli three times K O the money we ask Only - UUi HANDKERCHIEFS Heres a lot in assorted sireB colors nnd pat- - 1 H n terns worth S cente Your 1UV pick colors wear 1 Regular price were 50 to i- - 50 your choice KNEE PANTS Lot worth 75c Good for every day blacks and other r II U O As- - UUUi 24C BOYS sorted SI 25 THIS WEEK while lot Inst ou can mnko jour SI 00 tJU QQp 76n 4C lr choice nt LOT No - Saroo erado of 1 Aft goods entailer size Regular Mil price 20c Your choice - - Awwa LOT No Well wotth lSccnts Wo are closing them out at - LACE CURTAINS -I- you are look for n bargain get our closing out prices f on tliiin Se LITTLE FOLKS Cut this advertisement out nnd bring it to us nud get somu pretty paper dolls or n story book J C NOLTE Assignee SULZERS Co Senn MAIM tiiiiiium 1710 lo 1720 Ackermann Brewing ritoiiiiUTous EXPORT BOTTLE BEER IUA1N is- - STRKET BREWERY for Family Use kinu ST 2 LOUISVILLE KY a twifi a WW m mmm SMf wliver - i QQUBL A FIT FOR A KING 3 SHOE Ono Million Proplo AM WL m al 5 v s jMS I I vm liM Nf They clvo tho best raluo tor tbo money atlRratorr uei fijuai cuiioni inoca in siyie ana nt Tbelr wearing qualltle are unsurpassed Tno prices aro uniform stornieU on sole From f to S3 sared ocr other makes If rour dealer cannot surrlr you we can -- Douclas our allot nrocqunllr 3 and 4 Shoos wear tho BEWLEYVILLE What a good time the Editor of the must have now with so many corÂ¬ respondents to send in tho news and dis- Â¬ cuss the money question With thislull in politicsand the Republicans holding tho reins ho doesnt even havo to sup Â¬ Nkw s jmcc it 3Bwvrs 54350 TL S360 Inu im a iinmeiirii UdlM r m Police Shoes CoriloTnn French una iinncnroo MRP IiiWBj TmrmmmmimiiXiirutri9 BsTSiV 1 ml ISI7B 3 GOand2Womngrnens you write for catalogue 3 soles jour dealer cannot supply Boyi School Sheet 250 S2 and 175 pose a case The beuutiful enow came to us again Monday and Mill remains to day Mrs Ada Foote is on tho sick list Misa Cilia Owen paid Miss Ada Drury a visit of a week or more and returned homo Wednesday Miss Florence Cain finished teaching a term of five months school F rlday February 1 Arthur Walker entertained a few of his friends Sunday A nice dinner and good cheer wero what they wero treated to WAR7Qm I UllllCr wc vt ft 1HK lUnUIT lr Is-- till L Douglas rj iafew W ltrockton llnsi S L SULZER GUSTON Cloverport Ky MOOLEYVILLE r 1 It Mitchell went to Louisville Wed- Miss Ermine Munford made a basinets Lnesdny trip to Louisville Monday r Mnnning nnd sons nro preparing Geo Smith was tho guest of Mrs Mnt logs to raft in ellow Dank creek tio L 13rocnr Tuesday evening Sam Hardin is very low with pneu- Mrs J It Daskett who bos been sick inonin His recovery is doubtful several days Is still confined to her bed Quito a number of young folks from but is improving wo aro glad to an- Â¬ hero attended tho exhibition nt Concor- Â¬ nounce dia Tluusday night Miss Uoso Morris and sister Mrs Mat Marlon Hnrdesty while spliting stovo tie Drocur wero guests of 11 A llardaway and wifo Friday and were very pleasant Â¬ wood yesterday made n mislick and nt tliosnmo limo striking ono of his child- Â¬ ly entertained Mrs Arthur Willett and littlo daught er Wanda Juanita of Hnrrisburg 111 is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Â¬ Coughing J- LCQtl lllt Â¬ Emulsion Jesso Ashcraft Her husband Itev A Willett will join her in a fow days Uncle Jack Anderson ono of our old- Â¬ est nnd most estimnblo farmers was stricken witli paralysis last week at his Wo join a host of homo near here friends In wishing for his recovery Tho members of tho Patteson Memor Â¬ ial choir and a few friends met nt Mif s Clara Adklssons Friday ovenlng After practicing Ico cream and cako was Ecrv ed and a very enjoyablo evoning was spent Those present wero Misses Eva Mor is Clnra Adkis Carngan Uoso son Mesdames Fanulo Boll Mnttio L Drocar and L W Adklsson Messrp Hugh llardaway Georgo Smith Harry Boll and Clyde Adkisson 1rof Allen Sikhs school nt Hysvillo closed Friday with an entertainment which wis conducted in a very creditable The pupils wero treated to manner candy and seemed to havo nn onjoynblo time Both scholars and patrons scorned to appreciate tho young teachers uflbrts to make tho last day of school pleasant Tho teacher closer vis nnd entertaining much pralso for tho Interest ho has taken in each pupil nnd wo bespeak for him grand success in tho work ho has under- Â¬ taken Wo aro glad to learn that ho will eoon open a subscription school here Mrs ren in tho forehead but providentially tho lick was not fatal From what I can learn tho fruit crop iu this vicinity is very promising but tho total failure lust year has so increased tho weight of hnrd times that if wo dont got a full crop wo will sink beneath zero Humor says two of our merchants nro aiming to iiuit business here but wo hopo this is n mistake for wo dont want to give up ourtiuio tried merchants and let our town perish A Ilka Fon Fituuf nviit Spring will soon bo here May it bring with it tho brightest hopes for all humanity and may God in His divine wisdom rule tho hcurts of our congressmen nnd give us free silvor Success to tho News Dr Hells 1lno Tar Honey is different from all other cough rcnicdits It cures by allaying tho inllajumatlon and giving toue strength vigor nnd vitality to tho respiratory organs Guaranteed aud for sale by Short A llaynes Cloverport Dilt II McMullIn McDaniels M Meyer A Co lluras Geo Hoyser Con Â¬ A Taylor Rosetta stantino Drury Bennett A Co Bowloyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno 1 Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Â¬ UHlrl8i m fu gtM a award of the beautiful ccmatatr ateeeJaaT tfca 4 b The Worlds Fmlr Tests Mkowni n hiking e grwt fmtmgpmcM pwr hv Km Hyal im laid nT claf Mat who wa knew at Anal I Oaiaa yf ran only ay the UsaUy hava our decpaet tyMBathy uurhaart feltcoadolaoce our alncere which pr ayer for cufoira tbl thair frr4 lo time arttkar effaca aof aewpaaaata tndrly P which by taring hada lM comm Ilea nil There strength besides It has no equal Mm uiowldar- - as nourishment for Bhle and Children who do not thrive tad overcomes Any Condition ol Wiatlmf Ft mJ JlmiJ FmiU KY WlVt a 0r Bkff Emily Thome who resides at HARDINSBURG KY Toledo Washington says sho has never Will practice in all tho Courts in tho beon able to procuro any uiadlcino for rheumatism that relieves tho pain so County and sunounding DiMrict quickly and ofi dually as Chamberlains DISSOLUTION laln Iklm and that sho has also used It The partnership htrctofore taUtlng between for lame lack with great success For Btiiler and 1111 hat been dluoltctl by mutual m1 liy A R Fisher Cloverport Ky consent UIUlerwl continue the buil and Kinclieloo k Potml Ilardinsbury oe nnd ollccl ill accounts due the Rai STDKK HAM- - ATTORNEY at LAW R N Miller THK BtiElOKBNRIDGE Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S 1SIHWS GLOYRRPOHT KY HOMEMADE Vurtitnir Up tlin IVoifsern ono In nm Jtt ls wnJ cronslntf prirp00 I hnvo ulwnyn fait miiu thnt thorn iniixt bo somo iciihuii for tho iiitruiuury nml nsccutrlo behavior of peoplo who turn up the bottom of their irousxra in dry wont hor Tho New York eximlsltcs who copied tlio fiiehlon from Loudon will bo disgusted nt tliu vulgnr origin or tho n i Govt Report SIROCCO Oh tho long and dreary winter Hush Thornsberry is still on the tick Drftfetl Baking vaessa ABSOLUTELY Wall Street Rai the Democratic Party Nobody need doubt the attitude of tho Wall street banks They are trav eliugalnng tho road they blrzd out in 1801 They raided the treasury reserve in thatytar fortho purpoie of compil Â¬ ing the unconditional repeal of tho pur Â¬ chasing clause of the Sherman act Co Â¬ incident with thrso t fleets came tho closing of the Indian mints iu June1803 nnd this together with the attitude of the banks produced a panic in which a few of the money sharks had their feel- Â¬ ings hurt Thoy arb now engngtd in raiding the treasury for tho purp so of compelling congressto confer upon tho secretary of the treasury power to Issue bonds paya Â¬ ble principal and Interest in gold and also for tho purposo of compelling the retirement of tho greenbacks and legal tenders in order that the entire control of tho peoples money may be placed in tho hands of a few private corporations Tho Democrat are not only asked to repudiate the entire financial record of their party since tho war but to betray tho deart st interests of the people Into tho hnnds of the money power This is what t lie bauks ask and they accom- Â¬ pany their modest n quest by a continu- Â¬ ous raid on the treasury crying out and protesting against a suspension of gold payments an event that they are doing everything in their power to hasten Thoy seem to forget however that tho peoplo of this country outeldo of the hotbed of goldbuggery nnd Shylock ism do not care how soon gold pay Â¬ ments aio suspended for it is only in that direction that they see tho slightest ray of light or hope for relief under tho The suspension present administration of gold payments means the snapping of the chain that fetters American pros peiity and holds prices down to the levi 1 of European poverty aud pauperism Fortius reason tho people are watching witli great complacency con- Â¬ sidering the fact that the public debt is piling up to awful proportions under the prcs Mit administration the raids that the banks nro making on tho treasury W do not think tho present Demo- Â¬ cratic congress can bo intimidated into passing a blanket bond bill in order to breed nnd nurse and foster tho con- Â¬ ditions tliat are fast reducing tho peo- Â¬ Nor do we ple to a nation of paupers tliihk tliat tho Democratic congresshow- over imbecile and derelict it ha3 been in other directions will undertake to authorize tho retirement of the greenbacks and legal tenders iu order that tie control of tho currency of tho country may bo placed in the greedy and avaricious hands of tho corporations that have de stroyed the p osperity of the people by fastening the single gold standard on our currency system Tho financial record of tho Democratic party is unimpeachable It is a record the people have endorsed and it will not bo changed now in response to the demands of the banks and their agents The Democratic party opposed the re- Â¬ sumption act a Democratic houso pass Â¬ ed a bill to repeal the act The Democratic prrty voted for a law preventing the retirement and cancellation of the greenbacks The Democratic party voted for the joint resolution that is still on tho statute books declaring that every bond issued to carry out the terms of the resumption act was payable principal and interest in silver dollars of the present weight and fineness We say therefore that the Demo- Â¬ cratic party will have to be organized on a new basis with new voters and Wall Btreet p iuciples when it attempts to repudiate its financial record Atlanta Constitution Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old living at 018 Monroe street Paducuh Ky says that Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey is tho best grip cure cough lung aud bronchial remedy that has been offered Guaran Â¬ to tho people during bur life teed and Id by Short Haynes Clover M port DrU HMcMulliuMcDaniels o Buras Geo Heysor Con Meyer stantiio A Taylor Roetta Drury Uuu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SECURE A POSITION WANII ISfiirifll rwiilion alary Soinlirrn In ecfy cortntvl the the Mlrldlcnml Kiulern Northern n Tew n U Stales nml Ilirwe Iruin Tounir laity or Jpohr- renin man Hie country nlMimcrpliit 1Jllcnce tint mc rssarv In fiicijircfer li Rlniuraiil n tin nil sal to Ijn fHsr ifmnth urv i hrt mv Irnm Many who darted on small salaries now re Must he per inoMh ef Ive from 7J to i nd reft truces Mntl and unmi Sooil worker Nn loan nsfiil In IiiiiiK Mull nlioiit lioo U Is n atlttilnl nml nn lileitnifll required Our run iprltv Ivlrnnidy permnnmt position Address 1 O hi x 4JJ vndorsi d bv Imnkerr Tenti In I doubt not through tho ngf nls tttt mot Powder PURE list 11 W Hlckerson and family and Charley Itoots spent the Jan 27th with John I lay lies family William Basket M 11 Dugan and Jup Stlth divided the old Eddie Hardcsty farm last week Mr McNally is In tho neighborhood repairing sewing machines and is giving general satisfaction Emmett Millers little boy Koy fell against a red hot stove and burned its face right bad n fow days ago but its wounds are healing nicoly Mr Ilobcrt Hardesty and sister of near Garrett are visiting Mr ltlody Thornsberrys family and attended tho Ncafus Berryman wedding Misses Clara Iliown Nellie Haynes lleltie Board and Mrs Abigail Brown visited Mrs N 0 Haynes Jan 27th Mrs Haynes is Improving slowly Mrs Familiarly called Aunt Jane Haynes well known to many readers of tho News in this county after reaching a ripe old age passed from tho cans of this world January lGtb in Neb raska Sho was the wife of Squiro Lit- Â¬ tle Henry Haynes deceased VJJOrge Brow n went to Loulsvillu with his tobacco last week but did not sell owing to tho dullness of tho market George had some of the finest quality of the weed Ive seen raised in this county He reports tobacco as selling very low Married at tho home of the bride at the hour of 0 oclock Wednesday evening January the 30th Mr Leo Neafus to Miss Annlo Berryman Ilev Walton of A general in- Â¬ Brandenburg officiating vitation to witness tho tiuing of the nuptial knot and enjoy an evening social was extended the community and suffice it to say the houfe was crowded to its utmost capacity This makes tho second wedding at the homo of Mr and Mrw Seth W Berryman in less than a jear She said she was going nway to stay And the till the roses come again And myrtle nnd the ivy is in bloom tho wild flowers are scattered oer the And the swallows homeward plane Aud the robins nest again fly And the birds by tho brooklet their sweet songs are singing Well well miss thee at home yes well miss thee and prayers will encircle thy pathway from anxious hearts loving and true Dog gone tho doggoned old winter any howV It thwarts our best laid schemes for gathering items nnd confuses tho mind with egrimony Died of pneumonia Euln May fifteen months old daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Her Thomas Brown of Iayin sville spirit winged its flight January 24th The following day the elements seemed to weep over tho destruction tliat they bad wrought preventing burial till the 2Cith ult when the funeral train passed Sirocco enroute for New Highland cemetery where her mortal remains were low- Â¬ ered into tho silent tomb The winters storms were too severe tho tender flower must peiforco wither and fade but its memory will ever be fresh iu the sorrow- Â¬ ing homo of its parents They endeav- Â¬ ored to have its earthly tenement photographed ero committing it to pathetic dust but even tliat boon was denied by cruel fate owing to thd absence of a photographic outfit in the county While attending the protracted meeting at New Highland lost fall with her parents tho little girl attracted consider- Â¬ able attention was said to be the pret- Â¬ tiest child in the congregation The family have the heartfelt sympathy of many friends Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DRESSES HOW TO MAKE ONE PATTERN SERVE MANY ENDS Opening Their Eyes Breckenridge News In the midst of other attractions in Sundays Constitutlonwe havo no doubt that many of our readers missed tho WEDNESDAY FE1JRUAKY 0 1895 statements made In ltlordan Cos cot-Â¬ ton letter printed in our market report Co in Tho dally letters of ltlordan OLD CHATTERBOX regard to tho course of cotton are a daily feature of our market page and a very Not long ago n physician of several interesting one years practice was tolling mo of some of Tho letter the firm scut out Saturday tho pleasures of the lilo of a country doc- had points of unusual interest and for tor As the blue smoke curled from his tliat reason wo reprint it here and call Havana it seemed to delight him to re- the attention of our readers to the state- Â¬ call some of the incidents connected with ments made in regard to the probable his practice since ho had been n disciple effects of a premium on gold Messrs of Ksculaplus Ho said when ho grad Co say IMordan uated and located lie procured a lint Special New Yokk January Lfl horse surgical instruments etcand anx- Cotton has again been fluctuating this but at a week within narrow limit iously awaited a practice His anticilower range of prices than in tho pre- Â¬ pations aflbrded him almost as much vious week There lias been little activpleasure as his realizations It was not ity the increased movement having long till he was enjoying a long practice discouraged buying nud caused some and with satisfaction soon found that it liquidation of long contracts Today ia the changes were very slight was all charity The report had gone opened at 557 declining to 655 and forth tliat he was the most charitable 6 60 with tho tone quiet The receipts doctor in all the country that he would today especially in Texas were certainly depressing goday or night payor no pay At this large enough to have had adecline was effect That there was no his ambition became so aroused that he duo to the partial recognition of the fact began to wish for a serious case one that that a new and important factor must would require close attention and great now be reckoned with tho cotton trade drainage gold from the treasury skill So ho as soon called to see a The assumed of proportions which in tho has child dangerously ill Tho second visit absence of remedial legislation or the he was told by tho parents that they prospect of any threatens to bring the would need his services no longer and currency of the country to n silver basis in n very short time that they had called in another doctor financiers think that this Many Blirewd icsult is now and that they hoped he would not think unavoidable and the sooner we recognize hard of them as they believed he was Hie fact tliat we must do business on a doing tho best ho knew how lie return I silver and not on a gold basis the better for tho country generally It is urged ed home very greatly relieved that the change would at once give us the trade of India China Japan Mexico Another very great plcasute he con and the South American silver using tinued connected with a doctors life is countries aud which is now enjoyed by European nations and the happy acquaintance formed with tho Knglsnd hardlyother room for doubt any There is that old women that is tho older one of nn abandonment of tho gold standard course none of them are old and tlleso would inaugurate in the United States a dear creatures liko the ministering period of business activity speculation angels in Heaven are every where to be and high prices though opinions differ widely as to whether the boom would be found Their suggestions he said were healthy or lasting The banks and the many and very profitable For instance whole creditor class naturally treat any the new born babe when first dressed departure from the gold standard as a fraught with the clothes should bo pulled over tho calamitous change tiie number ofruin to practievery interest but feet instead of the head or tho child cal business men who think they see would always havo bad luck And when important compensations in the silver the child is dressed they invariably hold limit to the present financial cloud is is as the little fellow up by his heels and give unquestionably increasing It which af fecting to the south especially is him a little shako to kecep his liver from a debtor section producing a great crop growing fast Another very impor- Â¬ which under all circumstances is the tant matter to w hich the w holo brigade equivalent of gold tliat the question be- Â¬ important adhere is the administration of catnip comescommands to the cotton trade If a premium it means gold tea to be given bountifully and for a higher prices for cotton It is this sufficient length of time to cause tho rclkctiou which checked a decline in baby to havo colic three months if a boy tho market today aud the more serious Â¬ tliu gold and two if n girl But says he tho infal- ernment problem becomes for the gov-is tho more lively the demand lible remedy for all maladies tho one likely to bo for cotton which is considered by these dear sisters When such statements as the foregoing we call them sisters because they are in have their origin in the very hotbed of our profession a specific for all diseases goldbuggery wo are justified in believing is goose grease A good woman told me that a light is dawning in tho east once that sho know a young man who The letter at one stroke disposes of all was given up by tho doctors to die of the talk about sound money aud an consumption She rubbed a little goose honest dollar and shows tliat what grease between his eyes a littlo behind tho creditor east wantsisnotnn honest his cars and a little on the bottoms of his dollar but a dollar tliat will command feet for nine mornings and he got well moie than double tho fair proportion of And another very pleasant connection the products of human labor that what with these dear women is their conversa- the Shylocks want is not a sound cur- Â¬ tion II said he loved to hear them talk rency but n currency that enables cred- Â¬ of making butter and about their young itors to collect more than double the chickens and their hit or miss carpets value that is due them He loved to see them sit in the coiner Messrs Hiordan Co it seems have and smoke dip their pipes in the ashes at last come to the conclusion that a and then placing their elbows on their premium on gold would inaugurate a knees lean forward to prevent dropping period of business activity Thoy say fire on their checked apron while tho that such a premium would place the discharge from their salivary glands country on a silver basis We are not canto forth to lush the tracks made by prepared to admit this If the mints the crow many years ago Another very were open to the free and unlimited pleasant feature in the practice of medi coinage of silver aud a premium ap Â¬ cine said lie Is tho night calls The peared on gold we should then bo on n night air is very wholesome especially silver basis Wu think tliat a premium in cold weather Not long since when on gold would bo a great relief to the mercury was hovering about zero I was people and that it would nuke sllvor called I got out of bed and put my legislation more indurative than some head out at the window and tho messen of our public men now seem to think ger told mo lie wanted me to go fivo it is but as matters stand we ery miles in the country to see a very sick much question whether prices would man I answered that I would be ready show any material upwird tendency as soon as possible While I rcuflled Thoy would rlfeo to tho extmt of tho around intho dark for my clotliesmy wife premium on gold hut befort business and I had a pleasant conversation she can regain its old time activity there wished to know if lie would pay mo and must be a considerably larger volume bo forth and I was soon gone for char Â¬ of money in circulation than there now itys sake I was happily surprised when is I arrived to find that tho man had been But there con bo no question that if Buffering from colic but was entirely re- Â¬ we cculd get rid of all our gold sending lieved and insisted that ho did not need it to Europe where it would have a ten any medicine So I had the pleasure of dency to increase prices and open our returning homo alono an excellent op mints to tho freo and unlimited coinago iwrtunity for reflection Tho journey of silver tho people of this country was shortened by tho cheerful hoot of would enter upon an era of prosperity the owl and occasionally a country dog tliat has had no parallel in the history would jump over tho fenco and arouse of tho country Tho opening of the me from my lethargy mints to silver would enhance tho value of that metal to the mint price for tho At this juncture tho doctor threw away very simple reason that an ounce of sil- Â¬ his cigar pulled his hat down over his ver would buy 110 worth of our wheat eyes and pushing his hands deep down nnd cotton Into his pockets continued by saying that If iu spite of that enhancement of the most satisfactory feature connected silver there should bo a premium on with tho practice of a country physician gold on account of tho European de is tho collection of his fees Thero is mand that premium would act as a very littlo competition and wo can charge stimulus to all American industries and very liberally and our patrons always manufacturing enterprises just as It pay promptly and cheerfully All wo is now acting in Mexico and Japan have to do is after tho bill has been where the wheels of prosperity are hum- Â¬ standing two or three years to present it ming Such of our railways as are and the good man will tell ua that at his compelled to pay Interest on European next pay day or wiien ho sells his crop debts in gold would find no dillluiilty in doing so for their earnings would lie he us So whon this timo ar Â¬ doubled and quadrupled by the in Â¬ rives we approach him gently and ho in- Â¬ creased business This is a question for the people to forms us that ho has his money and decide in the cud If when he pays his grocery bill and a little that thoy would decldowu had any doubt it correctly and at the saloon and buya the old woman in their own iuterests wit should feel has come for them to a dress if he has any money loft we shall that tho time have it So this accounts for the wealth turn over their government to a Euro Â¬ regent nominated and by among the country physicians and as ho peanJtothschllda The whole elected ilea Usuo tire went on to enumerate the doctors who here shall the people have the Ix iieflts had become wealthy lie had a call and of tho prosperity and increased busi ness activity that accompany fair prices this ended the conversation or tho depression and poverty that accompany low prices Shall they havo NOTICE prosperity under tho Iran coinage o I win tTtrr sun and woman la th Unltaa silver or shall tl ey have the deep on- BUtM tsUruUd le ttio Opium and Whisky nri Mion aim distress mat novo requited kMU to bars mm at nr boots on 11mm ills from the demonetization of the white UM id4M JL M Wwltt AtUifttt CU SMC MS M4 Ml pUl b HM metal Atlanta Constitution Irt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Model Basque Is the Founda- Â¬ tion of All Waist Cutting The Throe quarter Coat A Fow Simple hints on Tailor Effects practice for 1 understand that it had Its riso in tho lnvcntivo bril in of eonio bank clerks who used to go down to tho city on thoso bad old razor back buses Thoy found thnt their nothor garments fot fraytd by rubbing against tho woodwork under tho sonts until ono Jo to nnd day ono of them exclaimed And they lot us turn up our trousers did so And having turned them up It didnt neoni worth whilo to turn thoin down again so tho custom beenmo crys tallized If only somebody would now inform us why wo wear tdlk hats nnd bavo pockets in our conttails which wo never uko wo might even yet bo modor ntoly happy London Figaro lie Iroved V4ttii rv ylyrtiarii u nt AsjAmj A Ihfj time ijiinrtur font H n v r faOilon- this sutson nnil It K with n xtartlnrU lorm ntnl llylit variation equally MiltftMe for winter ami wirly kprlriK and fur tho yuuiiu nnd tho mlildlo hfreil TMi i oat rnn ho tuslly dniftccl from the model lmvUfi lines The hack Is tut In cxiKtly tliu sninu way nnd so nro thu vltln ntitl hack Hon Tho dressmaker ikcldis upon thu length helow tho wnlst ninl curries her line dawn to that inrntmro utjil makes n murk nilowlng n projortlon ntu llar towurd tliu bottom If tho skirt to Hi coHt IhIiiUIiiIliI to bo full what Is two Incite nt the waist line should bo ten ht the bottom In cutting the tenter Lack lilues wlmn taking out tho slant liuve a joif 2 Inches bolow the waist ltnc whloli Is to bo hipped and ilnlihul like mens cont with two buttons All tho lest of tho siuniR nro scwi tl mill pressed npnrt If tho material U Very thick tho edges of tin Hcamsnro bound wlthlutestrlny dns bind ing but If not very thick It tdiuuld bo Unod Thu lining itholild bo newul up liko tho outside of the back nnd btiklul along down tho sides Tliu frontK nro to ho cut iu tho lines of the bnsquo model but tn Inch laiger as tills Is to gti on over ttnolhur dress or at leant a vent Orl out durt Is to ho tukon up In tho I run t Tho lolil In front of tho wilHt U liuiilo l lnvhoii wide nnd this effect A rIvus width tor a double bnhi-tt-i- l son m iimjr ho tuken down tho front of tho ouUlde lnp II OnMrod und tho buttons nro sot on uich dldn of it Iookots limy bo put Thuy uro bo very tn or noi nn preferred difficult that the ntimteur muy do well to omit them Thu lining ti tho front bcliiy basted In It Is tu bo hoiiimci tiutly over that of tho back and then tho bottom of tho back Is turned up nud hemmed on tu tho lining With tin Inch dot p hem which must tc well Tho lapob pressed liko evtry other hcnm nro oulna pirdtnrniii nnil llniilvitli hair- hlo simp A frlond who has often stnld with tho Lcsscps family says thnt the count novcr scorned to lose sight of tho education of his children even i tho smnlkst dctnll Ono morning nt break fnst a beautiful Drosdcn cried tho Ah tonotip was broken Two moro of that a disaster countess always liap bo broken It set will now pcn so nsked tho Aro you bo superstitious count ns really to bcllovo thnt two more will bo broken 1 know It Thon let us get It off our minds And taking two of tho cups by tho han dles ho dnshed them together Tho nngor nnd dismay of tho countess proved conclusively thnt sho had not seriously held to her superstition It also loosed nny hold tho absurd lilcn may hnvo hud on tho Kato Fields minds of tho children It means so much more than vou imairine serious and fatal diseases result from trifliner in Poor Health a t Dont play with Natures greatest gut health ailments neglected Browns Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation Malaria out of sorts weak and generally ex Â¬ hausted neivous have no appetite ami cait work begin at oncetak jug the most fella Me Ifjnuarefeellne Washington pleasant nvnt ttai your tirtk and 11 a to take tits A lew bot Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the very first dose it strengthening irccilclnewhlchls Cionn a Iron Bit A lAnguaco Beyond IIIui Mr Dondstock I wish my dear you would not engage- any moro foreign servants It Is too much bother tu try to understand them Mrs Dondstock Why I always looked upon you as a linguist Mr Hondstock So I mil I get along nil right with tho Austilnn footman tho Irish coachman your French maid and oven our Chlneso cook But tho now English butler Is too much forino Now York World Â¬ Â¬ It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Blood Nervous ailments Womens complaints Get only the genuine It has crossed red All others aie sub lines on the wrapper stamps we stitutes On receipt of will send set of Te i Beautiful Worldo1 Fair VLjv and book free toc f TL BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MO f Will Take Anything I wnntn tJtlo for my new play said tho author something that will tako you know Yes Cnll It A New Yuri Washington Ktiir FACTS POSITIONS I Something that will tnkof Policeman GUARNTEED Â¬ Â¬ Times Hate Chunked how tho times Ah said Aunt Sarah chnngol Ust t bu at ono boss wuz enough hut now n young man must drtvo Cleveland Ilaln Denier a tniitium A Natural Consequence Ills Wife Is Jones tho astronomer married Her Htihhnrd Io must bo Ho ecm Do not siv It canunder reasonable conditions not he done until von send for free 120 P lire DRAUOHTONS PRACTICAL catalogue BUSINESS COLLEGE ind behool of bnoil handTypewrlitnic and Teleerapliv NASHVILLE TENN 4 WEEKS by Dranghtons method ot tvath WboolilciplnKls iqual to 12 WEEKS by - Â¬ Â¬ awl CotulC stnra Detroit tVe lr- old method It exp ids more money in the lntorest rf Its KinplOiint Ptpartmtnt than half th business college in the south tike In as till ion His stronul ndnrsed hf Hankers Merchants and radical hookkecpersall over thu United States Cheap board teasonablc ritcs of tuition 6oo students pjft year Open to both sexes It has Mates nnd Territories representing 36 also prepared books for sent on 60 davs 1 ELEOTROPOISE CURES DISEASE Â¬ triil When ou write explain J Address J Fi Draughon Prest your wants etui nuziiriiivi pavs cash f for vacancies as book N ii It keepers stenographers teachers etc reported provided It tills sairc HOME STUDY v Â¬ When Others Fail Â¬ Hoods San nparilla builds up the shat Â¬ Â¬ tered system by giving vigorous action to tho digestive organs creating an appetite and purifying tne blood It is prepared by modern methods possesses the greatest curative powers and lias tliu most wonderful record of actual W E Brown Co Bowleyvllle cures of any medicine in existence nett ar Irvingtou Ky Jno P Nichols Take only Hoods A R Morris Big Spring Ky Hoods purely vegetableand lleld Ky are Pills koi t wo hfce suits iAtmV cloth nr buck ruin nnd tho buck Is fnocd wltliKlIk nr moll n whlhi thu front Is of the material In somo cukph both tddes nt tho lapel n ni nil to nnil neatly tailor stitched They ii ru sou Id to tho edgoof thu front on tho outsldo nnd nciitly liemtned on tho un dcirKldu und iiirnid bnekwurd in id preyed into their position nnd when tho sleovc nro In thoy mny bo tucked fust us thoy nro upt to tly tn tho wind Tho collnr of thoso routs cun boot al most unv kind that tho wearer prefers liked Just now U tho high but that turned down ohiipu There Is n dtugrum giving thu ehnpoof onoof thosu tho dottod lino snowing whero It folds over It should bo exactly tho right slzu totnoet at tho top and flnro naturally nt thu bottom It should ho Interlined wltl buckram and tho under part lined with silk The outer really looks est whon mndo of the dross material nn tailor stitched but a rather more dressy ffoot Is obtained by adding a volvrt collar to that leaving thu material to show This requires great cam nnd tho velvet should bo sowed over a founda tlnn of wlgan and then slip stitched on Thesleovcs to nil tho throo quartor coatt nro largo glgots and for thu wearers com fort and onso in getting It on and off the sleoves might to bo lined with silk The lining need not bo on largo as the sloovo hut a medium largo coat shape Tho wrlbts nro finished with three rows ot Â¬ iiat ltt Â¬ do not purge pain or gripe 25c DUKES Wo have winter sure enough this time B Burnett moved his family to l btltchtng The Eleclropoise gave mo complete re- Â¬ lief from excruciating pain in three applications 1 also find it good for treating children for their numerous ailments SOLICITING FOR Co C T Sodon witli Bridgoford 3 vi Protective Louisville Ky AND Mr G V Flint of Skylight Kysaye I suffered for years with my kidneys Pnllontii jn em now inflammation of the bladder and enlargeAfter a ment of tho prostrntu gland IHI5 15 HU HUIYlHUli short trial of tliu Electropoise I am en Â¬ tirely relieved and feel twenty years BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT younger Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY I have derived more benefit from tho use of Elictropoiso than from all other I think it tho remedies combined 0 grandest invention of tho age It can Sirs M E not be praised too highly Gorman Sadieville Ky August 20 Capital Stock 825 000 John II Davis Esq of Barboursville Surplus 7 600 1b the best all Ky Tho Electropoise n P IiEAKD President around doctor I know Of My wife suf- Â¬ WILL MILLEtt Vice President fered from effects of la grippe for several M II 13KAKD Cashier years also a complication of other ail- Â¬ flEAUD In- Â¬ OW well Now she is entirely ments MOUKIS KSKKIDUK Dirt tor digestion bothered me a great deal am R M JOLLT now well Ono of my neighbors is Ubing INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEFOSITS it for lung trouble and reports improve Â¬ ment As a curative agent tho Electropoise can uot bo equaled Nearly 1000 havo been put out from this ofllco in tho last threi months Agents Wanted ngs Â¬ 5 t va BANK HAKDIISBUM Dupuis for Treatment SYPHH IS A vory rich effect Is given to such a coat HOLT L fathers Mr John Peuden and family moved here from Daviess county last week Mr Penden will crop the present season with Mr Gabo Pierce on Judge Holts farm Mies Minnie Boultinglionse of Can nelton visited her parents at Addison lost week Charles and Willie Tiuius are building thehTn new dwelling liouso on their place Dukes last Monday jS B Burnott and C B Johnson have quito an interprlsing little store at thiw placo When it comes to administering an oath or writing a receipt that man from Balltown Is strictly in it The Moon EniTOit Nkws Deaii Sin February 1800 had no full moon January and March each had two full moons while the intermediate month had none This is a rare occurenco as it had not happen ed since the flood or probably since the creation of the world before or will it occur again according to tho opinion of tho moat eminent astronomers for more than 2500000 years II A Oblzk Â¬ villW l could get relief from a most horrible blood disease I rilil civnt hnnHrr1a of dollars TRYING various remedies and nhvslf lirn nniif nf uhlrh iilH m any good My finger nails came off my hair came out leaving me Iana 1 bald then went to vmnwmmmm0fmmH BEFORE Â¬ HOT SPRINGS Hoping to be r J iiciuiiciii jaiseusteil Â¬ II Â¬ BEEn i o- - cured by this celebrated uui very soon uecame and decided to TRY Ihe effect was truly wonderful 1 rnmmi nred tn r ntim ll wuvci auci IdnillKfl l fa J M i I UUMIS 0uB5rii5rDtvvjvfc I iMHnl vti4 BrflLirmm 11 mwtmmrmmmm ii 5hrsvjKrt U Johnson has found coal on his farm eighteen inches thick and still im- Â¬ proving 11 P Tindlo has moved into ills new residence across tho street opposito the post office Mr Editor there are several of your good papers como to this office which we all prize very much J J Burnett has quit tho store ami rented his fathers farm and is going to try farming this year Mrs Roberts Mrs Lou Jarboo and Mrs Harriet Burnett attended tho school exeroises tho last day wvavey Rice is preparing to build him a residence on his farm which he pur Â¬ chased from Wm Tindlo John Downs while unloadiugcrosa ties from his wagon fell and badly hurt ono side of his fuco and sprained his wrist W W Dunns school closed last Thurs- Â¬ day Billy is a good teacher nnd his pupils learned very fast under his in structionf Bro Smiley and Bash am will com mence a protracted meeting at our church next Sunday night Feb 3 Wo hope there may be much good done Let everybody turn out and take part in the good work for the harvest is great and tho laborers are few Martin Jarboos little daughter Nan Â¬ nie while playing the other day fell and struck her uom against the trunk She told her mama that she had broken something loose in lif r nose On exam inatlon it was found to be a shoe button which had bfSR there for asarly three OB by sowing soutache braid all over tho coat In sot doslgn or In vermicelli pattern the braid standing on Its edgo Tho sleeves cannot bo quite so voluminous In that case Irlnco Albert coat aru quite- a rago Just now but It Is a fancy too Uablo to change for a lndy to make up hor coat In that way If however sho wishes to obtain that efloct i iOuplo of lines of vary nar row soutache hruld defining tho waist line to a short point front und hack will simulate a seam there or it wider brafd can bo used In that cmo the two buttons In tho hack aro omitted Tho lining of the cont should Ijo stitched to tho edges of tho flap In thu back and turned forward and pressed The down before hasting In tho hem lining In tho front Is sewed to tho edges In tho snmowuy and turned back ami pressed before finishing tho bottom or hemming down tho front and back under the arms Tho sleeves may bo plaited or gathered to suw them In The edges of tho scam should be overcast togothor and bound and not A tapo loop under each arm tc pressed hang tho garment up by and an ease belt Tim belt fastens In front nro necessities by lapping over and being pinned Hooks and eyes admit of no lousonlng Thu but tonholes should lie vory strongly worked Omve If AlllElt Â¬ A distillation of herbs found only on tho Island of IlayM nnd the country bordering ttiTEUctropoise put out on trial for the Madoira luvor In Ilrnl An antidote for four months for 10 Send for valuablo SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES Tertiary stnuou of Syiinis hnvo boon Uuiikd book free by this treatment In tlxi day restoring tho blood to original purity Write us statins WEBB DUBOIS length of time you ha o lxm nilllctd and wo ivilTsond Batnplu bottlo Vee olClnirKO 300 IonrUi Avenue Iouikvlllo Ky Rate of treatment per month i l JTI 1 JAMES B PACE Stemmor nnd buyer of Jr i novAii ciHuntioAii Importers Standard Preparations J50 10J1B BROADWAY co 181 CINCINNATI OHIO GREGORY ti CO WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Also Wholcsslc and Retail Dealers In Both Red - AND BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory JNO P BEVERLY Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling Laths Cement Lime Shingles - Clovcrport Manager Ky Brlok Doors Sash and Blinds and all kinds ofBulldlny Material Sole Airmts tor Hair Homestead Fertillzere and Troy with the cash promptly Bone Meal Ordsrs accuuipanlned filled The Parisian Dcssaus or underclothing occu pies no small part of tho wnrdrobo of a IarUlau hollo now ho luxury of It Is un Tho Inoo silk etc nro often bounded You moro costly thnn tho outer roho may seo a lady with a plain bluo serge or brown cloth costume but when sho ar rives at a muddy crossing nr lifts her dross to enter dor carriage you spa gllinpsoof silk and lace that lovealt an expenditure and luxury hitherto un known Of course tho silk petticoats aro lined with Dannel There Is what Is called Jupor dlscret equivalent to tho homely flannel of ourgrandmothers hut Ian not Is the lining and over It are silk and flounces nd lace Then again thero Is the petti coat bat comes next tho dress of silk ulsc and often warmly lined This has gener ally a black lace flounce between two silk OBe at this season and sometimes a col ered ribbon runs through tho laoe The UII BUCK EYE i iJCTfevv ms desBous Â¬ Â¬ OINTMENT A SURE I lilll tecie L Yea I can V thin uxiX anil LASTING HESUlilS iJrfiT m Simple Ho inconvenience tt AMSlBteiT TElcffllj JJiure anv fnlunous mhtnrjf L4tfH TMn from - PiiOPLETS thlA w nwin d m Ve GURANTEG 1 rcudour Oiiirhuitli Send 4c far treshe AtflftMTM CUH6 or CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Â¬ I Â¬ and CERTAIN CURE IB years as the BEST REMEDY fcr PILES BOLD HY ALT lKUUaiT8 ex mid known for riMusdbrvsBixsfW 1 A0i Slii 1 PENNYROYAL A 19 Â¬ ya Dr PrlM Cmmm Baklag Pawstor For 81 by CHAS C MAHTIN 9 asQm prowa NowuMUiorriUMlaJUt uomiiiw wulueairtla laiigwuti OWJ VI IvoJucloa tree hruirir an I palatal UiMiharM so ac Us or pAlaa en ap sirlns monthly rood Id ru for U41m rutprtf and rVuutte the mtuw WAFERS r rMtiMl SrMlt eUVKMtTKY