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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vmy- - wftyy- MM - - fnnrry yt jjjf1 pm9 THE BRECKENRIDCM NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1895 NO 30 Tis St Valentines Day and Oh A Do Not Say Nay Itn como hntk Â¬ DOYS VALENTINE I might begin Tho row Ih red Though tlift U not no very new Or this tho lxjys all think la Rood If you lovo mo us I lovo you r -Q wm I I I HE EABNKD IT A nlifiut ns wonderful us At last they reached tho door nnd Inddlc rushed In crying ex wlileTi sounded itoblnson Crurfou VALENTINE SI OUT Jltedlyt Mninmn 4r i But Rrn to mo n vnlrntlno Is nleor when you do not gay Tho wimo old things that every ona Kocps saying In tho same old way And I asked Jano tho other night What grown uji pooplo wrlto about Sho would not answer mo at first But laughed till I began to pout That stopped her for sho saw I meant Tho question and sho will not teaso Why love sho said and shining eyes A kins soft hair just what they plctuw It cant bo hard if that Is all Bo Ill begin by saying this To my dear lady beautiful I send a Valentino and kiss Tho Valentino bocauso sho lias Tho loveliest hair and gentlest eyes Tho kiss becauso I lovo her mora Than any ono beuoath tho skies Becauso sho is tho kindest best Tho sweetest lady over known And overy year Ill say tho ramo Tho very same to her nlonwl There I Kow itn flnlxhed Who will do Ivo thought of ono mid then another Why of course Who is there Uko It Ill send It right away to mother MISS SALLY k mVALENTIXK BTOKV 11 V EDITH SESSIONS lCopyright lfeOS TUriEIt by American Press tion Associa- ii- - Alias Sally heros your mall Miss Sally looked over hor spectacles nt her nelglibois llttlo dnuglitor who had brought hor letters smiled kindly thanked tho child and rising went to tho pnntry olid brought out ono of hor crisp caraway teed cookies ns n rownrtl of merit Tho llttlo girl sejzed It with eager hands and nftcr taking nn enormous blto looked solemnly at Miss Sally nnd went awny Miss Sally sottlod herself In hor high backed old fashioned rocker to look over J n - J -- MISS SALLY LOOKED OVER yf IER SPECTACLES and enjoy her mull for her letters weru fow nnd tax between nnd when three wore liandod to her nt onco they signified an event In her humdrum monotonous exist Miss Sally was poor nnd old nnd plain Sho lived nlono In n llttlo weather boa ton cottngoon n quiet street In n quiet country The cottngo was stained by tho town storms of ninny years but over Its humblo porch trumpet flowers flaunted their gorgeous blossoms nnd the Virginia creep In er wantoned In luxurious profusion tho narrow windows geraniums fuchsias pinks and wax plants stood In brightly polished tin cans and bits of brokon crockery Everything within tho house was Miss Sallys scrupulously neat nnd tidy sowing machine glittered and shono like It was almost soni u petted steam onglno human to tho lonely old maid Sho earnod her bread and but tor by It It was her sola Sho loved its whir anil clatcompanion ter Sho talked and visited with It Sho anointed It with oil and polished It with chamois skin until sho could almost sco her kind old fncu reflected in Its shining Â¬ Â¬ ence fcRfS - r V - Miss Sally had not always been poor nnd old and plain Thoro hod been a day when sho was young nnd pretty tho favored bcllu of tho llttlo village tho daughter of well to do parents Hut tfioy long slnco had lulu down to their last sleep leaving no heritage tothulr child With tho years had flown Miss Sallys beauty and sprightly wnys Sho was now only nn old maid seamstress living nluno with her flowers and her sowing inachliio I lit Miss Sallys heart was all right Sho was not an Imblltcml busybody neld garrulous nnd cn Ions Wherever sickness crept with dreaded tread wont Miss Sally with soothing hands low voice nnd n rnro krowlcdgo of roots and herbs Were vMitohers needl to sit through the aw Â¬ by Hi a sldo if a sheeted frozen ful night form MUs Sully wnn never wanting When tho annual donation party camo off for the elder mid Ills family which bo gun at noonllda nnd extended to tho mid night watches MUs Sally stood In tho front of the linttlo and baked cooked and washed dishes until sho was ready to drop If there was any disagreeable or exacting neighborhood duty to bo performed Miss Sally was never found shirking Every small country place has n Mies Sally a solf Constituted solf ordained sister of mercy to whom with ono accord 11 turn In times of troublo nnd extra cares I don know nothlu how Id man ago to live said her next door neighbor Mrs Kita Hobnrt of twant fur Miss Sally Ef my yeast dont rise ef the hens dont Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ surface 3L imm Tliero were however socral young Imps In this country town who would not bo won by Mlsi Sullys kindness or cooking They stolo hor apples and tismplod down hor flower beds They made faces at her on tho street ntul hurt her by Jcor Ing remarks about her condition In life Young brutes nro to bo fouud in overy community It wns from ono of these liobblodohoys that a blow destined to hurt and injuro tho lnoltonslvo woman camo tho morning an which this story opens MUs Sully eyed her three lotters with n ropturo un- Â¬ known to those with whom a largo mnll Is a dally occurrence Sho hold them up and carefully scrutinized tho postmnrks Sho felt of them to discover tholr thlok ncss Sho hesitated for somo tlmo boforo opening thorn It was such a treat to havo tlirco letters At last sho opened ono whloh bora tho postmark of a distant western town and read a letter from a second cousin who had recently moved toward tho sotting sun Miss Sally road Cousin Elviras lot tor with relish Thcro wcro many bits of family nows which greatly Interested her You novcr At last sho camo to U1I3 Hue Do you could guess who is living here remember your old beau John Terry Miss Sally dropped tho letter with a Did sho remember quick exclamation A tempest shook tho lonely soul Tho lung Youth bc nity burled past camo back love hope passed In hasty and mournful procession boforo her Tho poor plain old maid was onco again a slim grnceful slip Sho saw n faco at onco hand of a girl somonnd tender sho heard a loving voice Poor Miss Sally I It was too much for her Sho could not finish tho letter Tho tears woro fulling down her thin cheeks ns she hastily returned It tothu cnvclopo nnd laid It ono side to bo reread when sho was moro composed Ill just glauco nt tho others sho thought as sho wiped hcreyos on her ging ham apron Tho second letter was merely a noto regarding somo sewing Tho third a hi When Miss Sally opened that envelope and saw tho content sho felt Indeed that hex cup was fqll A hideous coursoly painted oomlo Valentino met her cje A frightful old worn an with corkscrew ringlets hugu beak cross eyes gaunt form scrawny neck nnd mincing attitudes was portrayed upon tho cheap paper It was labeled Old and somo wretchad doggerel undor Maid tho picture stated that this object n withered grizzly ugly old hag wns Jn search of a husband nnd was n terror toallslnglo men Tho vllo cnrlrnturo sZlpped from Miss Sallys trembling hand to tho floor Tho shrinking sonsltiyo soul was wounded to tho quick by tho insult Possibly she might not havo felt tho stab so keenly had It not como directly upon the letter which had spoken n niimo sho had not dared to breathq to henelf those many years This then wns her St Vnlontlnos day Miss Sally had forgotten it was tho 14th of Why shonld sho remember Itf Februnry Dut these two rudo shocks brought tho day forcibly to her mind Itlslng sho crossed tho room to an old fashioned secretary nnd opening a drawer took out an envelope yellow with ago From this sho drew 11 bit of paint and laco and roobuds a Valentino tho pnly ono sho had ever rccohed sent her years ago by John Terry It bora two hearts truns fixed by ono urrow nnd thoro were somo simple rhymes Inscribed whloh brenthod of loo and fidelity Its inco was frayed Its paint dimmed Only a faded leaf drop ped from tha mournful rustllilg boughs of memory but dear to tho desolate old mnld who hold it tenderly Inherjollworn hands thought Miss How happy I was Sally tho day I got Itl I remember Jest how father laughed when ho handed it to mo Well wol I didnt think then that and I would fall out mm that no a out west and mnrry somebody clsu Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ grimly resolving sho would waste no in ore tlmo on tho past Ill finish Elvirys letter this evening Sho started to the sow ing inaohluo Thatll bo a pleasant way of passing an hour day drew to n close Twilight deep Tho ened Into dusk Miss Sally made her tea nnd sat down to her lonely evening monl Occasionally sho cast n glnnco townrd Elviras letter which still lay 11 road on the Sho wondered what more window sill thoro wns In It about John At last her Curiosity got tho better of hor and leaving hor second cup of ten untnstcd sho took lip tho letter nnd adjusting hor spectacles prepared to rend It nt all sosts At that moment n knock camo on her street door Miss Sally laid down tho letter nnd hastened to answer tho summons In tho dusk of tho winter ovonlng sho saw a man standing thcro a tall well built well dressed man who politely lifted his hat nnd asked it Miss Sally Staplcsllrrd thoro Yes sir walk in said Miss Sully all In n flutter stranger entered and with ono Tho quid glnnca took in tho surroundings tho wholesomo mengcrly furnished room tho frugal supper tho sowing mnchluo Then ho stolo a glnnco nt Miss Sally not ing tho plain stiff gown tho poor thin nccdlo pricked bands tho gentle kindly pathetic face Thon bo took a step or two toward hor nnd as sho gave a start nnd n nnlf terrified exclamation ho caught her In his big brawny arms and cried Sally dont you know your old John And tho windows of heaven woro opened to poor Miss Sally After they had quletod down n bit and talked It oil over after Miss Sally had given John IU sharo of hcP tea nnd toast nud lmdr moreover brought out the caraway cookies nnd tho red raspberry Jam Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Ishnwl I 0111 nn out tool Thcro haint no fool Uko an old ono And Miss Sally re turned her Valentino to the drawer In which it had reposed bo many years then after burning tha abominable plcturo sho had received wont about hor sowing Â¬ I I I TZIE RACE J3 WOX f H mmm M WOUNDKfi TO THE QUICK - a lay or ef tli young ubs rU Jo Hjiwltln I Jcfttpat en my hunnlt nn rm over there wmt to do an alius a sti knows Mt make hw teel I tlo lake sew Oft with MiM SaMy That wm 114 Everybody took oow fart with MUs Sally 81 Hutfeevsry- flr rwta tody This gMtlr klnii bwtal old maid tovd tyWrn and m Mita MV folks wera vary fond of bar Mtta IfeUya proAoiauwy ookts has al In UrtmatWcfjt oarawa taaJyUan mwttomwL It to parbapa un- pumpkin pfca and 4 Woasaary raspbarry Jam Ob UM Jam of Mia Baily Ivan bow at the mera thoujbt of it ray mouih wataia and say Uni Jnvol unirtly smack Jt rt health and render- Â¬ ed impervious to disease whon tho blood Li pure and the liver active For the liver Is the sentinel which ncrmtU or foiblds tiw rains of dlsoosq to enter the circulation Co blood of You ought to Iw f orm proof against Grip Malaria or Consumptions you will bo-- -lf you tako Dr Plerco f CJoldou Jiwllcal DU oovwy Whan your fWsaj Is reduced lielow a healthy standard when you are troubled v lUi pirn nlas awl boib or If yeu bavo dizzy weak and BajMiUMi spelW Its bet to MU lhtoarnlHg Buekieaa Araida Salve blood Build-- up your rtrvagfeb purify Tim Bsr Salvk In the world or Cut and sat aft the orgaus of tin body Into acÂ¬ tivity by taking Uio Dbtfovery1 Its Brills- - Rows UkwNi to beneSE emidimpure br mw all dWasas rfeuMae Son TUtrCHtappHi WtRbaumFevw HsHttoOhllblalwi or tna blood oninaettva froui Corn awl nil Hkfn Eruptions sml posÂ¬ money paid is ref uulwL y rr qflirwi or no itively cnif Ml THarWa no case of Catarrh to hopulAis that ylv aatls It la auarantd towfuiMtad Dr Bagaa CaUrrH Henutlv rauuOt cur money The prunrietnr oft this Uhxttcia will pay factlou or Mill par taut For aaja by A R Ktt for any Utourabia uaaa over to iroort LH nai IT iWIUOAVf she be 111 to look a llttlo troubled and a fmlid Mush passed over hor face sho murmured Y01 r wlfo John I declare I wns so tnkon apoloKftlca ly back I oer thought ono word about your You must excuso my for Â¬ bolng miirrled she I didnt mean no harm wardness added humbly Why repented John My wlfol didnt Elvira Jonklns wrlto your Sho told mo sho would I got n lotter from her this morning but I really haint had said Miss Sally the tlino to read It which was probably I the first Ho Miss Sally had over told was Just o golng to ns you knocked Well you rend it said John smiling to lilnikclf whllo I take anothcr eaucor of that thcro jam Miss Sally reopened the lotter and found tho plnui where sho had left off reading Da ypu remember your old beau John flu Is a very rich Tcrryf Ho lives here man nnd has been a widower threo years Ho asked lots about you lust time I saw him nnd said wrlto you bo was going cast a purposo to sco you Miss Sally dropped the tetter again She scarcely dared look up Juliu having finished his Jam came over nnd putting liUnrm around her took her baud In his and kissed It tenderly thin nud rough as It was My wife Is here Sully if you will havo It 10 I haint never ceased to lovo you Wo was foollkh both on us Lots begin life over again And so Miss Sallys valcmtlco came to bcr LETS pr jvr pert Prkttf PiJr but tlioso woro Jolly February days all shlno and Bnow nnd Jlnglo and bolls that Is for most people To Xnddlo It was rather gloomy though ho saw tho sun llilno and tho snow spnrklo and heard tho sleigh bells tinkle ns everybody did Hut Lnddlo wns a llttlo fellow very llttlo for 7 years nnd ho hadnt many ways of nmuslug himself when shut up in tho house especially when mniiimn wns too weak nnd tired to rend to him or Invent games This was the caso now nnd it wna n very bard tlmo for poor twiddle ns you mny Imagine Ho waited on mnminn qulto cheerfully however nnd oven helped Hannah tho woinnn who camo now nnd then todotho heavy housowork with good grace but still thcro wcro many empty hours nnd somo ery sad ones Mammas hoadncho seemed to grow worse Instead of better as tho dnys went by nnd often ho saw her crying qulotly Ho knew then that sha wns thinking of papa for sho nlwnys cried wlion sho thought or spoko of him Pupa had gouo nway in n big ship somewhere long ngo when Laddlo was n baby nnd tho ship bad been wrecked nnu ho never enmo bnel Lnddlo often nsked If there wns no hope of his over coming but ipanuna looked so sorry whon sho said Im afraid not little one that ho had about ghen up trying to And out any moro Ono day It was tho 13th day of this sparkling February Hannah sent Lnddlo down town on nn orrnnd nnd he gayly set off glad of any chanco to bo out if only for n short tlmo As ho passed tho gay shops ho eagerly looked at tho bright pictures their windows presented wishing ho wcro rich enough to buy somo of tho lovo ly things for nininma His chucks burned with excitement ns he looked ut thn gay pictures nnd thought how surprised nnd glad his mamma would bo if be should send bcr one Without stopping to remember that ho owned only tlirco pennies in tha world and thnt money was senrco nt homo ho be gan trying to dccldo which 0110 of the nl cntlnos would bo most appropriate for his sweetheart mamma Finally ho chqso use which had a bluo background with Cuijtd riding across It on a roso colored cloud The card was framed with a plush border and would look very rich on mnmmns mantelshelf So In bo walked boldly find said to tho clerk near tho door How much Is that buo valcntltior nnswered tho clnrk Flvo dollars with a queer smllo at tho small rather shabby figure befaro him Tho smllo changed to n look of pity however ns ho saw Lnddlus eyes All with tours Ho put ills hand an tho llttlo fellows shoulder See hero my boy there oro nnd said somo ery pretty valentines on this shulf for CO cents nud hero are some nice ones for only 25 and then began Laddlo brightened choosing among tho cheaper ones until he remembered thnt oen US cents was large amount when ouus entire fortuno consisted of 8 coppers Ho suddenly looked up and snld A fellow couldnt earn 22 cents bo twocn now nnd tomorrow could lief Why I daro say hu might by trying answored tho clerk cheerfully hard Theres qulto a good bit to bo earned sometimes by carrying pcoplos satchels from tho station So qulto hopefully our llttlo man sped nway In the direction of tho Western staAs ho nearcd tho placa he bnw that tion the train had already coma in for num bers of pcoplo wcro hurrying toward town In carriages or on foot Very few of tho latter howover appeared to have much to carry and nt first there tccmcd no chanco of getting a Job Hut ns ho saw n big good nntured looking follow carrying n small vallso ho nccosted him eagerly Dont you want mo to carry your bag gage sir ploasof Tho man looked down at tho bit of humanity boforo hlin nnd then nt his vallso Then ho luughod long and loud shaking so that Laddlo felt as though an earth quake wcro convulsing tho pavement bo ncnth him At last thu man found breath to say Well llttlo fellow I dont sec that I need much help with this thimbleful of baggage but that iiinn who baa Just Mnybo hoU passed has n lot to enrry biro you Boforo tho Ecutonco was finished off darted tho boy so fast that bo overtook tho heavily lnilen traveler nnd fairly tangled himself in tho long overcoat ns ho snld Will you plcnso let mo carry this biggest satcholi Ill do It cheap This man did not laugh at least not aloud and Laddlo felt encournged though tho satchel looked rather formldqblo youngster said tho Well well stranger you dont look ns though you manage such n heavy load but you could may tnko this smaller bundle If you can carry It as fnr ns Central hotel for Im in n good deal of n hurry Would you pay Lnddlo hesitated hu askod moro for the big satchel This tlmo tho now man did lairgh and No carry tho small 0110 said pleasantly nnd Ill pay you whatever you nsk Could It bo possiWhatever you nsk Then ho could gut tho whole sum nt ble once Dut no Perhaps this would seem Twould do no harm to too much to pay ask however so ho said taking tho bun dle and trudging bravely along Would 22 cents bo too muchl Well thats rather n queer sum but I think I can stand It Why dont ou roako It an even quarter though Then Ijvddlotold all about his vnlentluo plan and thu 8 cents already In his pocket and tho pretty card at tho book store Which could bo bought for n quartor Tho gentleman was veiy much Interested nud watched his llttlo companion closely ns ho went on At last when Liikllo stopped to tuko breath hu snld Why dont you nsk yourpnpn for tho money Cuiuo papa Isnt hero Ho novor wns hero since I can remember nnd I dont know if hes dend oruot but uiammn al ways cries when shu tells about him Tin gentleman stopped suddnnly and looking enuorly into Luddlas upturned face asked ono moro question What l v your nmno Mamma calls 1110 Laddie but my real That was nmno is Lawrence Kryiuoiid papas nnmo Down went tho load of bundles on the pavomeut and Lnddlo found himself clasped clow In tho strung arms of his now friend Ho didnt qulto understand it nor why th JMUwcr almost sobbed nshu Mild Ho hardly liked My bnbtfHF baby thnt and solralghtcnliig hlnuelf up ns tall as ho could hosnhl sturdily Im 71 liughed the gen Yes yos lltllinmn tlomnn but you used to e joy baby and I hnvo came back to ytiu Now lets hurry to mamma as fust ns wo can said Lnddot Without tho Valentino hardly realizing tbo truth a yet Well sct her ono tomorrow dear Hit me the anest one in town but now way borne and tall Jue all about bar go tbey buttled towatd the bumble houfti Laddie telling about mammas itoublefl as welt m lie knew bow and Us tenlnj to bm of papas attttsje story Oh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tha Valentino oh denrl Mamma gno n start nnd n Joyful cry Then suddenly Laddie found hlmvclf onco moro warmly embraced this time however in two pair of nrms Instead of one snd ho felt queer to see both mnmmn and thn now found pupa crying over him Hut tho queer foiling gavo plnco ton most hnppy ono when nftei nwhllo ho snw mnmmn sitting nt tho with a bright look he had never seen on her faco before Slid heard her say tu papn Lnddlo hni hrouglit 1110 tho best valcn tine I over rccchcdl pnpi 82 cent I VORY fivoRYl u J oOAPJ ft fezh THS LpAT6 A 9 v Sit tnc FORTY ttlLLION CAKES YEARLY P100TEn GAMBLE CO OIS I Luxury An In olden times St Valentines day cost pcoplo no tneoiihlderablo sums Pcpys Ulnry records somocurlous customs during tho reign of tho merry monarch Charles II Thus Mr Pcpys says In his diary on Valentinos day 1C07 This morning camo up t my wlfos beds Id o I being up drcolnit irysclf llttlo Will Mer cer to bo her wilcntlnc nnd brought her nnmo written upon blue paper In gold lot- cry pretty nnd wo tura lono y ldinself woro both well plensed with it Hut I nm also this year my wifes valentine and It will cost mo 15 but that I must hnvo laid Lat out If wo had not been rleiitliiM I find thnt Mrs Picrcos llter ho adds tlo girl Is my valentine sho having drawn me which I was not rorry for It easing mo of homcthlng moro thnt I must havo given toothers Of Miss Stuart who Pcpys hoenmo Ducluvs of Richmond wrote In describing her Jewels that tho Duke of York was unco hei Valentino and picvntid hir n Jevvi valued nt i800 or 1000 Lord Mundcvlllu was thus a giver llelng drawn ns 300 In a Jewel worth valentine lmpoml a certain obligation on Pcpys wrote on another Val tho donor This evening my wlfo did entinos day with great pluilro show inn her stock of JovvcN Increased by tho ring sho hath mndo latoly us my vn lent I nos gift this year n With Turkey stono set with diamonds thlsand what kIio hud sho reckons that sho hath above 10 worth of Jewels of ono kind or other nnd I nm glad of it for it Is At thu wu u h f hould have something to content hcrrclf with Tho word It must bo lemcnibercd wns wreteh used In IVpjo tlmo as n term of great en Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ixrnse J C BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL DROOES BOUENE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILI i KY STOCK YARDS jjfjtt tW 2o0a2PEROAY RATES Tho most contrallj located Hotel In tha cltu 1 -- i0HgjtnioUISVILLEt KY Â¬ dearment AVON BY A VALENTINE B BIG SHOE SALE B Dont get discouraged young man Asylums mny bo necessities but boarding bouses arc not Homes aro n luxury and you do woll to try to start ono There will bu obstacles enough to your purposo without Inventing any for you or your thinking up nny for yourself No matter If yourspolllug is n little weakkneed nud your rhymes need tuning If you hnvo something to express express it or try anyway nnd whon jou hnvo dono your best a postngo stamp on It nnd away it goes and may the blessing of St Valen tino go with It Even If you should fall to nffect tha ndamnntlno heart of this pnrtlo ulur lady you will nt least havo token a step in tho art of oxprcsston nnd loarnod something perhaps thnt will bn of uso to you somo other time There aro a good many girls In tho world theso days and you know bulleeyes aro not mado by tho young chop who stands always with his linnds In his pockets gtiplug at tha target Tuko n good shot Tho custom of ValenÂ¬ Â¬ Fur lttlnt Hearts Bells ringing girls appearing In tho halls and public rooms forming groups with n general air of suppressed esclto ment marked StValontlnos day at Low lston school Chnrmn Sidney was wander ing idly up nnd down tho lower hall with her chum Goosie hanging on her arm Goosia won her nlcknamo through her gcntlo disposition nud artless straightforward mnnncr Charma said plaintively How I wish thero was a Valentino for me but I know of a certain ono likely to remember mo In thnt way whom I dont want to nevertheless I wouldnt accept n valcntio from him no not if ho brought it himself Jack London may marry who over ho wants to Ho cant Lava mo Gooslo looked up admiringly nnd thought that any one w ho declined chances with such readiness must be great Indeed and wondered if sho could ever do tho same A llttlo sharpor tlnglo than usual of tho boll below aroused Charma from tho rev crlo Into which sho had fallen then soms one called from tho hall Miss Sidney Sho flew down the brood staircase assured that n Valentino had como for her nnd In deed was soon kneeling In tho midst of n crowd of girls over n box of fragrant roses reposing snugly in tholr cotton bed tho whlto satin streamers half hiding a tiny card that had slipped down among them unnoticed Charma rescued tho card somo what triumphantly and read Mr Jack Ilut this was not all As sho London knelt above them lifting them out nnd inhaling tholr fragrance Goosie picked up n diamond ring that hod fallen to tho floor and held it out with n flourish crying Look look Chnrmn Sidney what your valentine means Youll havo him now wont your Hut Charma was spellbound for thu iiiumeut by tho biessugo an n llttlo slip of paper found under tho roses nnd which she read with lushing cheeks Lovo 1 It said Must I go buck lovo you Cannot I como to you sweet heart mlncf My lovo for you Is ns pure ns tho roses I send precious ns this little dia mond and ns lasting as all eternity Let me come Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Good wee Thing S H S With every pair of Shoes you aro entitled to a guess card Guess tlio number of seeds in H 0 E 0 E Pumpkin s A 3 Prizes Offered First best Guess Second 200 100 CO L E lbs sugar L Third wo aro E 7K Additional to our prut 3 giving somo great bar- Â¬ gains in our ft Shoe Department Well save you money on tho purchase of a pair of Shoes Thats Just Not All as likely you may ho ono of tho lucky threo This offer will close April 15th 1893 tinos day Invites It A Valentine Tor Mauuua sw caressed nway tho curs How Is It you never told us You seo wo werent engaged thnt Is ho hadnt really proposed but it wasnt pleaded Charma Ills fault It was inlno You loved him nnd wouldnt own It even to us girls Yes I did love him but overy tlmo ho wpnted to say something to tho point I TWO OMIIANS ttirncd It off pretended nut to understand or to bo Interested In Astronomy or botnny St Valrntlues Horn or muslo or any subject nt hand that I Apollo luis perped through tho shutter could turn to ns n full Girls I confess I And awakened tho witty audfnlr bluffed him simply because I wns fascl Tho boarding nchool belles in a flutter noted with thu gumc twupt nny pouts In despair The Tha confession cleared tho atmosphere Tho breath of the morning is flinging for all concerned Jack sopn followed his A rnagta on bloMsotn and spray valentine In person nnd gavo Charma no And cockneys ami Bpurrows are slowing chance to tun Cupids shaft uvvny again In chorus en Vulwitlnuurtty Like n good soldier when beaten In slego he had ndupted n rusode guerre for which Salt tlifutn with its lutenw itching the duy had Blvcii n capital ozcuso Our ilry hot skin Is cured ly Hoods arsa j star pupil rvmnjnoil with us until cam inoncement nnd as sho went nway from prlla because t purities tho blood Lcyviston tho echoes of schoolgirl goodbys PI were mingled with thosa of wedding bolls Have 1 su KcHcwtd ysHrSHliacrlp and tamirstnliithns to Jack I aiulons liaHferlMS Utde wooed aul ffon by a vnlentliie Kpimk Howard our kind particularly mankind didnt Tho secret of It sho had lovo hor too guarded well but wo forgave her that Whon sho shared with us thu socrct of her Valentino gift Jack London Is my dearest friend sho said hot with blushes when wo had Charma was our only postgraduate for tho year that Is nftcr a regular graduation sho had returned to school to brush up In elective Etudlos Her reappearance on opening day had mado us both glad and sorry glad becauso sho was a good sorry for tho reason but companion therein lies tho key to my Et Valentino romance 1 Lovvlston holds before its pupils tho old fashioned Idea of womans sphere as tho head of ft homo with nil tho term Implies and If graceful stately Charma with hor speaking gray eyes wavy brown tresses nnd not at all nt n student nor bluestocking temperament had been obliged to return to school to cover up her failure In womans natural role what would become of us girls a score of seniors when we camo to go trooping out to conquer or alas to bo conquered by tho fato that pursues old lualdsr Yes wo did lovo hor nnd wo couldnt understand why tho test of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Everlasting bargains at tho Great Bargain Store GEO YEAKEL CO BKANDENBUKG KY BIG SHOE SALE IO8T IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUaLIIV WHITES CREW Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY I0TTLE GUARANTEED1 NOLI HV ALT 1IKUOGISTI BICIIIIDIOS UDItlXI VERMIFUGE YEARS FOR 20 rrr4 CO if ST 10C1S Dr Prtca CrMM Baking Pvr CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT Fere Hid an bonet oplBMB wrtta te Si TJSN tb CO who hT j bail Mull art patent buluw coinmiu ip4eo In tba otU tlou Urtctlr eoaMeutUI A llundboak mm ionmtlea ooncsrnliw Patent ud BOW t4a ad MlMitlto book Ma nt rrM AIM euMg mormtoliin Mat ft Uiw thrpvwb Mwa A Ob rMtra wmmu nouMiniB irrisaiine a weriraa S r broiuht wtdair biur tha muhi tktu e soh to tba InTMitor Tl niiMi ilirt til lMd WMklf MtlkBtlf Mir M4rtd tUUBT at BM Uuvjwt rttoulatloa of 1 sliitlM K m tM Jaf BtBIDlf utUu tMTfMsV UojLluontblr IIIMIM QftM VI J MM HVwrnNM praaut ui rtu yM3 Hmv jtshi HaMewesl yMrfcMMerl lUMtfaMTltM Samtrwitt daaf nb7i IU wmbJknUH KrutoK if i- - MWMfrMIWMWW mam i wi aHaGKNmm flEWS Proprlitrs 13 1805 L Maw ouovmpsa kv SIMON B BUCKNER Sketqh of the Distinguished Kentucky Statesman and Ex Governor A MAN OF MARKED ABILITY Â¬ ffVfl W1WWPF g HftJfcdUawjt iy tup BRECKENRIDGE Jno S HARD1N8BURQ H I rtflrl iVppropilateyQlip rpncert given at Geo Ti Qi BkUigi Editors aid W TIME TABLE WEDNESDAY FEUKUAllY Tor SobicrlpUon rtlce ttUO If Pstd at ths End of ths Year 1129 In Adtsnce O01HO Witt Ptiitnger Dally arr lUrllniburg2il2 p in ooiho east Paiieoger Dally arr lUnllaibunc 7t40 atn ty J SIX PAGES Judob K Dudley Walker of Hartford would Uko to bo Railroad Commissioner England Ib nflcr our gold nnd slio Is getting it nndtlio sooner bIio gets it tho better John Young lins been sentenced to hang March 1 at llrownsvllle Kdnion son county 1 The bicycle record has again been broken W J Edwards paced a mile last Saturday to 134 Watt Hardin colnago says ho Is for tlio frco of silver for restoring it to where our fathers had it Two negro women wcro sold for vag Â¬ rancy at Georgetown last Saturday each They brought 105 and Jimmy Sweeney a six year old boy got a judgment for S0500 against the City Hallway last week for tho loss of a leg News comes from Florida that ninety five per cent of the orange trees are killed and tho vegetable crop of tho entire Tho peaches are killed Eggs are 20c per doxon The town trustees will meet this week Tho ground hog is getting In his work There is Rome maplo sugar on tho mar- Â¬ ket Several candidates for state offices wcro hero this week Mr 3 A Witt was in Loulavlllo last week selling tobacco Next Sunday is Kov S K Breedings regular appointment hero Mrs T AMcGllihas been sick with something like pneumonia Leo Harncd got his left hand badly cut by a circular saw last Filday ShcrlirSilas lato has qualified as Ad ministrator of Zack Greens estate Georgo Raker has been transferred from the Irvington ofllco to Henderson Ky tJohnnie Haswell has been spoken of as n Republican candidato for the Legis Â¬ late y County Surveyor C Royalty was at Irvington last week surveying a now Â¬ Yenkels in Lqulsvlllo by Prof Bellbaum there coujd havo been nono more gifted In the entertainment than little Klelu Yeiikul herself whose playing demons rates artistic talent P lirvtm was hero last week to do wiiiiu sMcal tunlnir for prominent citi zens who will have him nnd noono else Mr Brynn represcntsDil Baldwin ft Co nnd has a stato reputation on a gen Â¬ Something to Eat i Dr R L Hooro Dr R L Moore whd Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State road in that locality Â¬ state ruined The steamer Uuckeyo State is lying at Henderson in tho ico and Is reported in a bad fix The City of Owensboro is in a safe harbor at Nnwesvllle And there stands Mr Rollichilds as immovable as a stono nail in his demand on tho President for gold How long oh Ixrd shall this thing continue Collector Johnson has appointed J Highbaugh of Hardin and Kph Lit lard of Jessamine as deputies for the collection of the income tax In the Louisville district 11 Â¬ What tho people of this country want is prosperity It the gold standard will bring it let us have it or if bimetallism will glvo it to us let us have that Any thing to drive away this everlasting cry from out all mouths hard times Tin school teachers all over Kentucky are not receiving full pay now because of a scarcity of funds in the Stale Trea sury What caused tho shortage This is another thing the Democrats will have to pack in tho next summers campaign Â¬ The people want more money It is quite as hard to pay one dollar for an article now as it was n few years ogo to pay two for the same thing Its cheap ness doesnt improve tho condition of the buyer when he hasnt the means to make the purchase Â¬ The sports of the ground hog were cut short last week early in the day He could see his shadow without dilliculty which drove him back to his hole for six weeks seclusion Tho weather Bureau may have its misgivings but tho old Kentucky ground hog knows his busi ness Â¬ said that in northern slaughter houses the yankees have learned to util- Â¬ ize every part of the slain animal but its breath and that their knack of knowing how to save and doing it Is the cause of their prosperity When wo people of tho Bouth learn this and apply it gold nnd silver will come our way and so will r is better times Jin it U Mooiie whoso notice as a candidato forStato Railroad Commission er appears in this issuo of tho Nehh Is n citizen of Crittenden county Ky and lias tho bearing of a capablo man and is no doubt very well qualified for the posl tion Tho office is now filled by an elect ion by tho people whereas heretofore tho incumbents received their appoint ment by the Governor This district is composed of thirty nine counties nnd a candidate is to bo voted for in Novem- Â¬ ber Previous to tho election the Dem ocrats in this district will make a nomi- Â¬ nation for tho place probably in a dis- Â¬ trict convention It is for tho nomina- Â¬ tion that Mr Moore is now running ho foro his party Thero are two others Messrs Richardson nnd Dempsoy who are likewise candidates for the same He foro the Democrats of this place county make up their minds as to a selection for this nomination Mr Moore asks a fair consideration of his claims which the News feels confident will be given him Â¬ 0 WO llardmanSherifi of Tyler Co WVa appreciates a good thing nnd does not hesitato to say so He was almost prostrated with a cold when he procured n bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ho says It gave me prompt relief I find it to bo an Invaluable For sale remedy for coughs and colds by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloo Hoard Hardinsburg Ky Â¬ DoIInven this The firm of Miller Read city has dissolved partnership their notice in this issue Thero will not bo much danger of nn All the ico fumino hero next summer houses in town havo been filled VMr Lee Illshop left with his family last Monday for Mexico Missouri whero they will m uko their home in the future Yoe DeJemetto says Iiq raised a cab- bacc on las farm the stalk oi which measured threo feet six incites long Can anybody beat it Mr Thoinis Dtifly will tako charge of an cngino on tho road sometime this spring Wliile running on the branch lio was regarded as thoroughly rename 1t Ren Ilnmed lias been spoken of as a candidate for the Legislature by the Republicans Dr Harncd ran as a Pop ulist four years ago ngainst Mr Severs and was defeated Notice Mr Wincbrinner will not be able to buy any tobacco on account of prices but will furnish the hogsheads and prio tobacco for tho farmers on reasonable terms at this point Mr Jesse Wliitworth will bo in the hands of his Democratic friends when it comes to entering the race for thoLegisla ture He does not setik tho place but he would not be averse to running if his party want his services Dr L It Moore of Crittenden County candidate for Railroad Commissioner from tho first dibtrict was hero last Mon day shaking hands with the Democrats Mr Mooro has two opponents in the race Kir Richardson and Dempsoy Mr Jesse Whitworth tho railroad agent says but very little tobacco is be- Â¬ ing shipped now from this point There is plenty of tho weed in tho country but farmers are holding it for better prices This is making business dull among the merchants The law makes It the duty of the Coun- Â¬ ty Attorney to oppose all suits for divorce In Circuit Court Mr Miller says he will make it his business to look into Ho thinks If these cases in tho future many of them are looked into the court will not grant so many divorces Tho remains of Capt G T Mercer wero taken to Rosetta lost Friday for burial Mr Mercer died at tho Lake Â¬ land asylum near Louisville He had been at the asylum about a week when he died His death was the result of a He general brako down physically years of age was The sureties of ex Postmaster Thomas McClure have been notified that they will havo to pay an additional shortage of McCluresin his post office handling As they havo already of about 800 paid up some five or six hundred dollars for him they are inclined to contest the last demand mado upon them They wero hero last week to consult an attor- Â¬ ney about tho matter Joe Gray colored who is in jail here for shooting his wifo lias thought for gome time that ho ought to bo brought out and given all examining trial Joe served a good many years in tho pen etentiaiy before ho was arrested this last timo and thinks ho is very wiso witli reference to legal proceedings Ho sent word once or twico to tho Coun- Â¬ ty Judgo to know why ho couldnt be Tills was not given an examining trial necessary when nn indictment had been returned against hi in beforo his arrest Joe will probably go back to Frankfort if lie gets a trial tills term Notice Tho partnership known as Miller fi Co has lucn dissolved Mr Do Haven will continue In business Mr Miller going out All persons indebted to Miller it Co will pleaso come forward and settle at once Â¬ Railroad Commissioner from this dis- Â¬ trict is a native of Crittenden County Ky Mr Moore was reared on a farm and is decidedly in toucli witli that class of our citizens Ho also taught school for many years which gave him on ad vantage for securing n good liberal ed ucation In Mareli 1882 ho griduated In Medicine from the University of Louisville After his graduation ho returned to his homo In Crittenden County where ho began practicing Within the last ten years ho has been very successful In his profeFslon particularly among his home people nnd in lils homo County At his fathers death In 1801 ho was called to tako charge of his business nnd tho man Â¬ agement of n largo estate which ho did very successfully Mr Mooro is n very pleasant gentleman and well fitted for the important place to which he aspires He is making n very vlgo ous canvass and feels quite confident of success Mr Moore came to this city last Saturday where ho met quite a number of Demo- Â¬ crats From hero ho went to Hardins- Â¬ burg and was presert there last Monday at the opening of Circuit Court There ho met many Democrats from various sections of the country From the num- Â¬ ber of friends Mr Mooro seeing to be making hero and elsewhere In the district ho will certainly be a very forawd nblo candidato for tliisofllce Mr Moom is a Democrat of the Old School and posesses tho courage to defend the prin- Â¬ ciples of the parly upon all occasions bliouiu He bo succcssiut m this race lie win no uouur prove a wormy ami ci cient man for the position jA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tleman and solicitor and reliable tuner Transfers Georglnua A Wright to W D Coleman Co 608 acres 300430 Gus W Richardson and wlfo to C F Stanfield lots No 8 nnd 0 in Ekron Ky 25 The Grnliampton Manufacturing Company to Louis Barbaroux of Louisville 111 acres 108 75 I am always glad to receive items but nothing of personal spite goes to this No innuendoes no Insinua- Â¬ column tions but truths and facts for which I am responsible A joko is a joko and I know exactly whom to joke without malice or unklnduess to the admixture Mrs J W Richardson spent several days last week with mo Nellie B Lewis no doubt thinks it strange she was not present at the Napoleon lunch and real- Â¬ ly her name was on the list but the menu counted chiefly of favora am ran one short hence the omission which dear Nolle will pardon I have commenced reading Cliicka mauga aloud to tho children and they are already wishing for tho next chap- Â¬ ters Ill have to revive my own mem Â¬ ory about that army of the Cumberland and the maneuvers that led to tho fam- Â¬ Renew your subscription ous battle and read the thrilling story founded on Â¬ His Advent in the Senatorial Race Has Given It More of Uncertainty to KENTUCKY Arid where to buy it is certainly a vital question HE IS AN HONOR Our llopMnivllle Ntw lira facts Beware of Ointments for CataraJpat Either Clay or Hardin suits me for Governor In tho days of Henry Clays pristine glory ho nnd my grand father Beall wore colleagues and Its almost reason to not support the ndme But again we aro warmly attached to tho Hardins who never dally doubt or hesi Â¬ tate in tho performance of duty The struggle between them is fierce They nro both good fighters and if they dont wear out before the Convention no doubt their names will bo first present ed for they were out so early to the action most all leaders havo committed themselves Gov Brown whilo to tho Executivo mansion has made 0 much N railroad that trouble for the L powciful organization that tho managers nro said to be determined to leave no stono unturned to seo that a man ac- Â¬ ceptable to them is put in office next fall As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell nnd completely derange tho whole system when entering it through the mucous siirinces touch ar ticles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable phytlclans as tho damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly di rive from them llnlls Catarrh Ore manufact Â¬ ured by F J Cheney A Co Toledo O contains no mercury nnd is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Hystem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Barboiii by Druggists pneo ioc per bottle BRANDENBURG Mrs Elvice Wimps infant is again quite ill Herbert Worlaud is at home waiting for a thaw Mrs Henry Harrington has been quite sick but is improving Miss Ella Duvall of Vino Grove is visiting Miss Zula Malin Miss Jen Hardin went to Irvington to hear Prof Hawes lecture last Friday Mis Ezzle Jenkins is with her aunt Mrs J T Uland to attend school The tow boat Joe R Williams is still lying above us apparently safe lu an ice harbor Mrs Macy nco Helen Paul has sent Thank you a dollar for the News Helen Mrs Wm Melntyru will have tho Aid social Friday night and overybody Is cor dially invited Marriage license Georgo T Kesainger and Lucy ti Gibson A L Nenfus and Aiinio Berrymnn Nov sixth shattered tho Solid South and now the thermometer and cold waves havo smashed tho Sunny South of song and story The B C clrclo was entertained last Wednesday by Misses Llllle nnd Ylrgio Rhodes and ou next Wednesday Miss Jen Hardin will be hostess for the same Mr Jordan Owen of Hart county privato Secretary of ex Gov Slmon B Buckner wils here last Friday in the in Â¬ terest of General Buckners Senatorial race I had not given tho campaign of 05 much thought but have been noticing how the gubernatorial contest was warm Â¬ ing up and must agree with auditor L O Norman that tho organization and not tho man will win in the race and no one is better posted on Kentucky affairs than Major Norman for he has mado general politics a lifo study with particu- Â¬ lar application to home affairs But when it comes to the race for United States Senator it seems to me wo should draw the lino at tho man especially when he is quallfiod and in every way capacitated to do full duty as patriot statesman am Democrat in defence of Democratic principles of honest free government nnd constitutional liberty Tho ex Gov the General of Fort Don- Â¬ aldson renown the champion of Demo- Â¬ cracy in sections of tho Stato and in country districts in tho late campaign raised his clarion voice from every avail- Â¬ able stump to arouso a true Democratic spirit Shall wo not be true to our tra- Â¬ ditional history nnd honor Gen Simon Bollver Buckners silver crowned head by sending him t6 the Senato In his election ho will honor one who in his service will honor the Democratic party and the state of Kentucky Most of us here know tho old General personally I camo up from New Orleans to the spring of 71 with him his first wife nnd his daughter the late Mrs Belknap of Louisville and I can fully understand why the boys in tho trenches were bo faithful and loyal to him for he was one of them and has a heart as well as brains The General Is far the preference here over Jov Brown Im told I hold that the questions of good government coun Â¬ ty state and national justify and demand interest and consideration just as mat Â¬ ters of private interests Carefully ex amino tho facts reason accurately get the benefit of your own and others views come to the safe and conservative conclusion to be for the old hero in the Senatorial fight Â¬ MlLLKIltt Co Broke Through Tne Ice Ky Feb 11 1603 This morning Mr Davo Dick started acrose tho river on tho ico on his way homo to his fathers After getting on the other side ho met threo of his neighbor friends going over to Addison A Dicks store to do their trading Among them was one young lady She insisted on Mr Dick to turn back with her to cross on tho ice After they got to tho middle of tho river tho ico broke and-- both Mr Dick and the young lady wont under Mr Dick hold to tho young lady and when they came up Mr Pick called to his gentleman friend to pull ofl his overcoat and throw It to them After a long strug Â¬ Their clothes gle they were saved They wero wore frozen still on them taken to Tom Smiths hotel at this plane ami thero they got proper attention Aft both being thawed out tho young Udy left for Hardlnaburg to visit Addioov February C 1805 clrclo E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Rud Price is spending several days Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino in town with relatives and friends The Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ Soda Ash plant has closed till fuel ar ing cough when all things else failed Bud Is n gentleman of Its a now remedy for all coughs For rives hoMM leisure sale by Short fc Haynes Cloverport Dr M Meyer ThoMardI Gras party is just a little R II MoMullinMcDaniels blue Tho Ohio looks formidable just A Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ now and nothing short of a general thaw tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowleyvllle Ky W E Brown and down pour will relievo the mind Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield and tho stream Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Kentucky The river ftom tho shoro up Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old to Joe B Williams is full of skaters this living at 018 Monroe street Paducah Ky says that Dr Rolls Pino Tar Honoy is the best grip euro cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been ollercd to the people during her life Guaran Â¬ teed and sold by Short Hay nes Clover port DrRHMcMulllnMcDauIelst M Meyer Co Uuras Geo Heyser Con stantino j A Taylor Rosetta Drury Ben nett A Co Bewley vllle W E Hrown1 Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Gar field Ky AMorrisBSprlng Ky Thero were 05000 head of hogs on the market at Chicago Monday which brought tho price down JO and 25 conts At Louisville tho best packers sold for ye morning Sundny and just below us the river is frozen to the shore and two of tho boys crossed Hon A R Montgomery has been Instrumental In securing Judgo HO Raw lings a lucrative Kulton In the mint at Montana on a sixteen hundred dollar salary per annum Mrs Buckner ami Simon Bollvcr Jr are at the Willard for the season and to them the News goes this week with com Â¬ pliments of our Editor and whole corps of correspondents Dee Ptisey has rendered me most Im Â¬ portant service to my letters which the editor and I fully appreciate ami he shall not positively be imposed npefl by those five girls any more Â¬ EKRON day Ben Clarkson went to Louisville Mon Â¬ SM Wather went to Irvington Tues- Â¬ ROYAL br Baking Powder lUght of nil lu Peso jMitr hvle Children Cry for Pltohr Cattorbu day It A W rather of Irvington was to town Tuesday Bob Jolly Irvington was to town Tuesday on business Bob Ensor went to the city with two cars of hogs Monday Buck Vertreee of Viae Grove was in ftown Tuesday the guest of 8 M W rather and bob Friday morning February 8th the mercury registered 10 belew sere here the eoluett fa years C O Weymutli traveling man for Co the grocery house M H Wedeklad Louisville rBl Tuesday night In tows Mrs L L Board after an lllsesa of only a few davs dfod Tussday Febtuary She Imvm a hut Mb at 30 otfeck hwul and several ehlldraa to ntoura a ar companion asd mothers love There is much interest manifested in the race for the United States Sonatorship Gen Simon B Buck- Â¬ from this State ner although ho has made no formal an- Â¬ nouncement of his candidacy is in tho field nnd is receiving great encourage- Â¬ ment from a host of fiiondsnnd admirers throughout the State who will take great pleasuro in doing all in their power to asÂ¬ sist him to secure tho place for which he is so admirably fitted No better man could be selected for this important posi- Â¬ tion He has held high offices both military and civil and filled them to highly creditable and eminently satis- Â¬ factory manner showing that he was thoroughly equipped for tho most respon- Â¬ sible places Gen Bnckner is a man of great probity and integrity of character and is noted for his inflexible dovotion to principle always holding with great firmness to what he deems his duty nnd standing up for whatever he believes to be just and right He was a brave gal Â¬ lant and chivalric soldier and as n civil- Â¬ ian he rendered very valuable service to tho Democratic party and tho people of Kentucky showing himself a genuine friend of the truo1rinciples of constitu- Â¬ tional liberty and honest and faithful in tho administration of tho high public offices which he held He has been true in all the relations of life as n husband as a father as a brother and as a friend and his many admlrablo traits of charac- Â¬ ter endear him to all who know him Ho is a very cultivated and pollsh woll od gentleman is an nblo and forceful speaker and a clear and vigorous writer He is a man of marked ability and of wldo information and possesses in n marked degree what Gov Stevenson was in the habit of designating as old fashioned wsgon horse sense It would be nn honor to Kentucky to have such a man to represent her in tho United States Senate Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner was born April 1 1823 to Hart county this State Ho was educated at West Point Military Academy where ho graduated 1844 at the age of twenty threo ho was appoint- Â¬ ed assistant professor of Ethics at West He entered the array as Second Point Lieutenant of tho Sixth infantry serving in tho wiuter of 1840 on the Rio Grande was at the siege Vera Cruz anii partici- Â¬ pated in nearly every battli to tho City of Mexico was rioted for hisfearl ssness and undaunted courage and was regarded as one of the most gallant nnd dash Â¬ ing men in the American army Ho was promoted to First Lieutennnt for gallant conduct at the battle of Chere busco he was brevetted Captain for his daring and bravery at tho battle of Mol too del Rey and was mentioned special- Â¬ ly to official reports for his bravery on other fields of battle After the close of tho war with Mexico he was for several years instructor in military tactics at West Point In 1852 he was mado Cap Â¬ tain while serving witli his company on the Western border and resigning his commission in 1850 devoted his atten- Â¬ tion to business pursuits He was Com Â¬ mander of the Kentucky Stato Guards in 1800 with the rank of Major General but resigned his commission when he saw the neutral condition of Kentucky was untenable When tho Legislature of the Stato declared in favor of support- Â¬ ing the National Government he offered Ills services to the Southern Confederacy and soon afterward as a Brigadier-Generoccupied Bowling Green Ky with a division of troops He was third to command at Fort Donolson which he had to surrender to greatly superior num- Â¬ bers under tho Federal commander Aftor spending some months as h pris Â¬ oner of war at Fort Warren Boston Har- Â¬ bor he was exchanged to August 1802 He was promoted to Major General and placed to command of a dlvispn of Har deos corps to Braggs nrmy He par- Â¬ ticipated in the battlo of Perryvlllo dis Â¬ played there as on other Holds great gallantry and a very superior order of generalship In tho winter of 1802 he took charge of the defenses at Mobile and to the following summer was to com- Â¬ mand of the Department of East Ten nessco commanded a corps to the great battle of Chickamauga where ho dis- Â¬ played his usual military skill and strat Â¬ egy to the following year he was pro-Â¬ moted to Lieutenant General and took charge of the district of Louisiana He proved himself a bold courages and skillful leader and showed true general Â¬ ship and military genius He was elected iGoveritor of Kentucky to 1887 as successor- - to Hon J Proctor Knott and allowed that he was admira bly equipped for the position and dis charged the duties of the office with marked ability and fidelity and made one oi the very beet Governors that Kentucky liasever had No Governors administration has been mora creditable to hlHwelf aad more satisfactory to the people ot Kentucky tkan that ot Gov Â¬ ernor Bwdcuer Ilia private life im been marked by the mmm adwirable traits which dlrtin gtileli bin public aareer and hia sunny and genial disposition his courteous sad graceful manner and simple and mm ImM ways make hiw a great favorite with all who come into otttUut with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GroceryDepartment Is now complete in every department Give us your Grocery m a frit order this week arid see how nicely and cheaply we will serve you rJ r M vES Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg 1 - - fwj 1 j A CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SUEYETOE Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in the line of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying to corners a specialty Also a notary rumic anu can laieo me acsnow- Breckenridge county solicited ledgements of deeds at time of surveying if parties desire it Address at iiaruinsuurg ivy V AV l to Whom yon It depend upon How and When you market your chickens and eeffs hae an send them We are larire receivers of poultry and eggs andWe receive established trade and and sell Ilutter Ehirfl stand the best chance to make money lor all our shippers Hay Grain or anything you may Veal Hides Pelts Tallow Ileans SeedB Potatoes Wool Quotations mailed have to ship Information cheerfully furnished consignments by regularly to those who It and liberal advances made on the largest request PROFIT IN POULTRY i HERNDON CARTER CO 313316317 4 318 MURRELLCOURT LOUISVILLE KY GARRETT Mr Kit Weymuth was to town last Tuesday of Constantino BEATS SEATS Mr Hilf and family spent Sunday with Prea Itichardson and wifo Prof Joe Sandere nnd wife spent Sun Â¬ day night with Mr Wm Hills family NEATS Mrs II L Rhodes began her second term of school last Monday after a weeks vacatiou BEST BLOOD FT7BXFX2 Mrs Buckler has bought a house and lot from Mr Cleary and has recently X TIMS WORLD moved in Compounded of nature greatÂ¬ Mrs Buckler gave the young folks a est curative herbs Successful for social Monday night which all enjoyed 20 years In the cure of all diseases very much arising from Impure blood Ask attended the Bale at Several from here for Neats nnd take no other Mr Al Mattlnglys and report things selling at a good price Mrs Buckler and family spent last Neats garsaparllla is for sale by Sunday at Garnettsville the guests of toward Miss Minerva A R FISHER Druggist Several from here attended the party Cloverport Ky last Saturday night given by Mr Tom report a good timo Allen and Mr D S Roberta wife and Prof v Courtney of Ekron spent last Saturday Mrs Burcbs family night with ATTORNEY AT LAW SARSAPARILLA ty X fy Gus BrQwn CLOVERPORT KY DyU R Murray East R N Miller ATTORNEY at L A W HARDINSBURG KY Will practice in all tho Courts to the with Iron Bridge Office end of t BE CURED Itt after vear athome County and surrounding District DaAPPIKMAN the widely keowa speaUl oi etudy h so pertectebta system of mill treatment thats can mw UhiViibrbiS l 5 Prtce that U artoo L Cheap Gash Store Low Prices dViVJr eftccy 5 of the treatment PPy aa A nua- SBOWlBff tM r All Chronic CATABHH O BRONCHIAL Die- - eases Treated We also have to stock Nine dollar oclock Washing Tea saves soap and la bor it beats a washing machine try It Try our Jellies Rolled Oats awl Caned Va keep the beet Rio Coflee Goods Price our Dry Uoeda Vottotis Shirts Ianta Hats Hardware Ttoware Etc Examine our BOOTS asd SHOES We do our beet to please our customers and wo sueeeetl Try as asd you wilt like us Yours Truly t US OUR MOHO We sell 90 lbs of N O Sugar for ONE Correct Weight AND Full Measure TneuucaHrARTSMM- ACM LIVCS AN MWH tANB N IUN4 f MicAsittmiFsrriM BKUN jdHB fkw Ninvooa txHAwanow SHIIAMS HATIMANS Tbc beM aiat II riHALC X3aL Ueick MlMHat earn In VUBM 5w tTMtaumt mmi PILWI soufrom hmhv Ymiagpr old Mftcrtar VAOOtH IHMNMT 7 IUALrV- fA m dentine trMlawat TrttJl MIAII BLOOC MMN- MAUtTMN KIHM7 r UII1WCU tcdwltkkiaiafc SltUWlK carafeflr os PWPWtth ptQMfNSV ituati HTl II KB MOTM vvtla asfrMiy and fully 3 rihd at tiM low ttM and estcluM Stomp MCOtOUU Ct W STONE JOUY KY I KET AM ao - t i tyf 4TOW5i n- w Kt jjw rv rrr yur - rtMmiiflMMIi - 8 - - - - - EPWdtlTII LEAGUE tl Xenon For the 10th ti Week Beginning Feb Comment by Rev Walter Slrtoocd C O Weyulolh rejitesotillng tt Wed cklnd fi Co Louisville paid Sirocco n call tho Gth Inst Died February oth of heart disease In Iltllo Bond Mr Norman Hardin Ho was 70 odd years old A word to you girl A now wiy lo sccuro a husband Is to knit llnsuy noolsuy mils for your best fellow for a Christmas a ilrHi Mr Tnflation Ffillacy The Louisville J Yates AM TOPIC THE SHOWBREAD zxt 23 00 Ucb lz 2 Noarly overy roligton of nntlqui ty roc agnized in boido manner tlio fact that tlio fertility of tlio onrth yloldliifj lmr Tests nnd snstnlniiiK inau by food was dno to o dlvlno power uboro man In mnuy lnnda tlio thought took form na an Such lmngo of tho nourishing mother was Dinna of tlio Eplioslnim Tho Ho brow modo of teaching this fact was jiacnllar and convoyed a deeper spiritual moaning than tho other religions In tho tabornaclo and afterward in tho templo n tablo overlaid with gold was placed in tlio holy placo half way down tho north sldo and opposito tho golden On this wcro laid 13 oaudolnbruni loaves of broad Thoy wero rando of ob long shapo ten hand uroadtlts long and flvo wido and sovon Augers thick They woro placed in two piles of six oaoh tho loaves boiug separated from each other by rods of wood covered with golJ A gold cup was placed on top of each pUo This of bread to rcceivo frankincense is tho traditional account Tho bread was replaced oaoh Sabbath with fresh loaves Tho frankincenso was burned on tho altar and tho bread eaten by tho priests N Tho probablo intention of tills obsorv on co was to keep over in tlio mind of tho pooplo tho truth that God is tho nourisher both of body and soul It was not ancrificlnl offorlug of tho pcoplo to tho Doity but an object of tho Divino sustonanco of all things physical and spiritual Tho truo spirit is best express ed in tho reply of Jesus to tho tempter Man shall not livo in tho wildorncss by broad alouo but by ovcry word which procoods out of tlio mouth of God Tho typo was fulfilled in Christ himself who is tho real bread of lifo Tho Now Tes tament idoa is that all Gods truo fol lowers aro priests and nro to feed not occasionally on consecrated things but continually in heart and outer lifo Whether yo oat or drink or whatso ever yo do do all to tho glory of God Every meal should bo n truo sacrament received with dovout thaukfulucss so that as physical power is rocuporated tho inner lifo is also renewed by Diviuu grace DlBLB REAtilKos Ex present Miss Anna OUryan will leave this nook for Loulsvlllp wheru she gfs to bo present at the marrlago of hor broth- Â¬ er Frank February 10 II M Patridgo visited tho Sodi Ash ono day last week with a view of cur ing work and to which placo ho oxpects to tnovo his family in tho spring Tho Into increase In tho populate m of Sirocco little Charley Lee Morgai calls his father forth in tho weo small hours and he Is forced to arise from tho warm couch regardless of his rheumatic knees and hobble forth singing his rock a bye baby Born February i to the wife of Clai enco Gray near Oak Grovo a fine hoy To tho wife of L C Trego tho popular blacksmith of laynesvllle Febru iry 5 twins boy and girl Mrs Win Bowloy has just received news that slio is tho gandma of a 12 lb boy born to wife of S J Elder The population is rapidly increasing iu this county Tlio Dums tho Pubs and tho Pops aro nil In It but tho Dems aro carrying tho day as usual Our Republican friend Trego thought ho had stolen a march but lo and behold ono was n she boy gal ineligible Seo 7 Will and Ed Rice who havo been baching on tho Cox farm tho past year aro moving back to their former home In Thoy gayo a farewell Little Bond They havo mado dance February Oth many friends during their stay in this vicinity who nro loth to seo them depart- Andrew Glasgow now of Rlneyville Hardin county who has been separated from his children slnco his wifes death several years ago is now gathering them Maud who has been making her homo homo with Mrs N O Hayncs left for the paternal roof the 1th inst her heart almost ready to break at separating from tho placo she had learned to call her home as well as the associations that she had learned to cherish Mrs Maggie Roberts school at Paynes vlllu closes February 22 and elio had in- Â¬ tended giving an entertainment tho fol- Â¬ lowing night but owing to tlio schools deslro to havo Win II Huntchison furn- Â¬ ish tho music anil as ho departs soon for Fayetto county for an indeflnatc stay thoy have concluded to havo tho concert Saturday night February loth The old Lewis Richardson storo room now own ed by J Y Bennett our former townsAll who feel man has been engaged inclined to wllo away a fow leisure hours and swell tho anticipated throng aro cordially invited to attond Every effort will bo made in the direction of facilitat- Â¬ ing a pleasant evening Tho progi am is before me but as it is quite length and I havent timo to shape it up fo tho press being written on both sides f the paper I will conclude by saying tho selections havo been well chosen Mr M M Wormuth who rcsid be- Â¬ tween hero and Brandenburg and who has seen tho moons of 70 odd yean wax and wanS having had tho misfortuno to lose his partner last fall who had kept his house in order lo theso many years and hoping to seo the dawns of many years and hoping to seo tlio da vn of many moro rising moons and becoming weary of tho lifo of singleness advertis- Â¬ ed for a better half and ho goter A New Albany lady basking in tho suns of 40 summers answored his advertise ment and ho went forthwith and 4fotch her home tho 3rd inst Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it Symon Baltimore Md Run Down That Tl rod Fooling Sovoro Hoadachos No Appotlto Six Bottles of C if Hoods Sarsapnrllla Bring Back Now Life Â¬ I Hood Co Lowell asst DcarSIrsi Heforo using Hoods flarsapv rllla I was frequently sick and did not know what was the matter with me One day I would feel to tired J could hardly stand tlio next I would hare n severe headache and so on not knowing what the next day would bring tor- t1 did not have any appetite and Thb Bnr1 kKsnibHr County Nitwit says Tho men that havo lo boo nnd plow and Eciilllo from sun up to sun down and then sell what they raise for less Hum It costs to prndiise It theso nro tho men lo Interview on the Biihjprt nf money A dollar In gold will buy now twlto as much tobacco and n third more laud than It did in 73 What does a bmhel of wheat buy or a hundred pounds of tobacco or any Item of produco raised on the faim Tho News would like to hear from 8omo of tho slnglo standard advo Â¬ cates on this condition of things Tho most Inexcusable but at tho same time tho most persistent delusion of tho silver men Is that tho fren coinage of silver would mako money abundant mako It cheap and mako everything high Free silver would add 0000000 annually to our circulation but It would drlvo from circulation o00000000 in Â¬ Iot 1 gold Was Croatly Run Down many medicines but they did me Having heard a great deal about Hoods Saraaparllla I decided to try a bottle I no good I tried a good It would lako us from flyo to ten years to mako good this loss by coining the product o American silver mines Tills contraction would bo disastrous to the American farmer to the AmerÂ¬ soon felt better I bare now used six bottles and feel as well as ever It has been of great benefit to me as I havo regained my appetite and am glad to say Hoodss I Cures Now Enjoy Cood Health I can strongly recommend Hoods 8arsaparll M BVMONf as an excellent blood medicine ll Alsqutth Street Baltimore Maryland Hoods 11110 act easily yet promptly and efficiently on the liver and bowel 25a DUKES Budd Tindte lost the only mare ho had a few days ago Mr J Smiley has been very sick with typhoid mnlarial fever bnt is improving at this writing Mr George Franks of Louisville was visiting his mint Mrs Ballman Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Oh my such a winter Snow snow snow and tho thermometer at 1G de Â¬ grees below zero Mr Thos McGavoek and family visit Â¬ ed the closing exercises of tho school at Midway last Monday Our now post master wears a whito dude hat and classes nevertheless ho is always ready to accommodate you John Duke is building n now house on ono of his farms His Dave Starks will occupy it the present year Ben Powers purchased a nlco mare at Ilawesvlllo last Saturday Ben is a good judge of a horse as well as n good mas- Â¬ ter Sumo man with a small ongine saw and set of burrs attached to grind corn could mako it profitable in our little vil- Â¬ lage Mr Nathan Starks son who has been out near Whitesvillo for some time making staves and cross ties camo homo last Wednesday Thero has been considerable prospect- Â¬ ing in our community of late for coal but wo dont havo to go down in tho earth to get our gas Married at tho homo of tho bride on Wednesday February Gth Mr Nate Starks jr to Miss Dora Hatfield May happiness and prosperity attend them along tho journey of life Rev P Dodson of Perry county Iud has been helping in tho protracted meet- Â¬ ing at tho Presbyterian church He is quite an old man his head is silvergd over with tho frosts of eighty- - ono win- Â¬ ters He has been preaching tho gospel for forty years 1 son-in-la- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Temperanco Work - Tho causo of total abstiucuco and sa loon suppression has mado wonderful ndvanco in recent years No inoro offl clout aid for this great reform can bo found than that offered in the hosts of tho young pooplo of tho different donom- inational societies Tho Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor has been activo in many places bothin plodgo work and offorts to socuropublio munici- Â¬ pal action Tho Epworth Lcaguo gives this causo a prominent placo under ono of tho departments and has firm basis for all her work in tho resolutions of tho general conferenco regarding tho liquor trafllo it can nover bo legalized with outsln It is tho duty of overy Chris- Â¬ tian to wngo ceaseless warfaro against Â¬ it Christian Temperance League Tho need that all tho scparato forces of temperanco workers bo combined is apparent How to Accomplish that ro sult is not so clear That such an end Will bo readied ovontuallysooms probable Looking toward this tho last gen oral conferenco of tho Methodist Episco pal church appointed a permanent com mitteo of 16 to havo oversight of tho Â¬ Â¬ formation of a Christian Temperanco leaguo with branches in ovory charge and to unite with similar organizations lu other denominations Tho member ship of tho society is to iucludo all mem Â¬ bers of tho congregation willing to nuito for praotical effort in suppressing tho liquor trafllo This may not bo tho final form of society tinder which viotory will bo won but it is a stop forward and marks distinct ndvaueo in method nnd Â¬ spirit Slow but Sure Tlio tenoning of a few children Sun Â¬ day aftor Sunday tho simplo common placo truths of tho Biblo and Christian living may not seem attractive ns nu oc- Â¬ cupation or valunblo in result Reform work among adults revivals with many conversions and opparont progress seem much mora attractive but in tlio long spaces of timo work with tho children will bo found to yield roturns infe rior to no other effort iu Christs tnnso Growth may bo slow but it is sura Soouro tho children of this gcuorntiou and tho next generation of adultn will need no rofonn nnd conversion siuoo they will havo been rightly formed and turned in early years and will not do part from that right way Look out for tho children I Â¬ Â¬ There never was a goose to gray But tome time soon or late Some stray gander would come thit way And claim her for his mate W X y Chattanooga In June Tli or o aro fow moro delightful placo n i in tho country than eastern Tonucssooin tho latter part of spring and early in summon Tho solootion of Chattanooga for holding tho international Epworth Leaguo convention Juno 37 80 1805 was a wiso docision Arrangements for tho grandest gathering ever hold by young Methodism aro well in hand Ex cursions from nil parts of tho laud are already plannod That will bo n grand timo of lifting up in all respects Let overy ono look up to tho Mastor for his spooial guidance Who can fpro cast tho momentous issues which may liohlddeniu that gathering I What pos- Â¬ sibilities for tho future of our boloved Methodism and tho kingdom of God at largo I May many who attend tho con vention olimb a Lookout mount inspirit and got extended views of tho beautiful landscape of a God given heritage Old battlefields are good places for fraternal athorlugs Â¬ Â¬ Undo Toosday says ho is going to take unto himself n better half when the roses come again Says he wants some Â¬ body to pet him selah The hard times and tho hard winter dont stop inarrj ing and giving in marriage Mrs N C Haynes received an inter- Â¬ esting letter February Gth from her grand daughter Miss Ellen Hayncs who Is attending school at Lynnland College Qlendalo Hardin county Ella speaks a good word for tho college that seems to bo a light not set under a bushot from tho number of scholars enrolled from far and near Among her many now found friends sho mentions with pathos Miss Eula Browning of Jericho Ky Miss Imogeno Allen homo not stated has also found a warm place in her heart Sho seems to havo infused a fcollng akin to friendship among tho scholars for tho Sirocco scribe Many thanks for their undeserved compliments my good Iriend Ella has many friends iu this vicinity who wero loth to bid hor goobye but as it was a caso of au rovoir wo submit to pationce hoping ero long sho will brighten the homo circle again with her presence 1 Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is different other cougli remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for Bale by Short Hayncs Cloverport Di It II McMullIn McDaniolsj M Mayer Co Burusj Geo Hoyser Con Â¬ A Taylor Rosetta Drury stantino Bonuett Co Bewley ville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky from all PELLVILLE i If In Falestht Bishop Ilyth of Jerwwlem saya that about 100000 Jowa have eatercd Pales tlBe daring tho last sovon years and th arrival of a vaster host ia Imminent No owe can forecast the extent of Jew Â¬ ish immigration to that laud daring tbe next uvea years Jew rrfoetly Safe MIm Pane Dont you ooMlifer it Ha liwky to got married w tba IW of Mm mouth MUa Rom luairitttl aot to be Not m uuJiK y t all rifitr Unrton Courtor 7fi U S Govt Reports JkM Royal Baking fiowthr to mU ittm Miss Emma Jctt of Haynesvllle Is X T WJfe visiting at her uncle Thos Jetts The mail nover left this placo last Fri day on account of tho cold weather You VnKMilsl Tho Debate and Literary society con- Â¬ Need X it nected with tho school here is a success Rev It T Bruner has sold all his prop- Â¬ A IX ik Calendar is a necessity erty hero and will move to Kansas lu most convenient Kind of storehouse for memoranda Hie Columbia Denk the early spring Calendar ii brightest and handsomest Wo think tho controversy between J full of dainty silhouettes of nil II A and R P S is interesting nnd nnd pen sketches nnd entertaining highly instructive thoughts on outdoor exercise and snort Occasionally reminds you of Wo need a good blacksmith heie is tho kind most people de- Â¬ the superb quality of Columbia Iii- A good workman could do well here if sire Suoh a oure is Ripans cycle and of your need of one would stick to hie business lie You wont object to that of course Tabules but not a oure for George Ohinchainwho has been in The Calendar will be mailed for five They are for 2 cent stamps tlio UniUd States army for eight years everything1 AdJfis Calendar Department liver and stomaoh disorders is visiting his paronU at this place POPG AlFd CO friends of James Brock Oblnchaln and ono tabule gives relief The Hartford Conn Mtntlon thii piwr and wife are sorry to learn of their sepa- Â¬ Jtlpaiis Tabules may be obtained through your Mrs Emily Thome who resides at ration which took placo a month ago nearest druggUt Price yj cents box Toledo Washington says sho has nover and which they say is permanent and been ablo to procure any medicine for final rhoumatlsm that relieves tho pain so Some people hero will Buffer If winter quickly and ofltctually as Chamlx rlains continues long and as sovoro aa the past Jv fre v iN -- Ec Pain Balm and that sho has also used it six weeks Tho last y ars drouth and For shortness of crone makes the future look for larao back with gieat success sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky distressing and Kincholoo A Board Hardlneburg The people here were greatly workod Xean thau FOUR OBNTS n wdok Thluk of it fk WX Kj Op over the BiVirJering of Vlrgls Swope My an arrangement with the publisher of Swope waa worth more to by Fuljiam mo Ji V0BIH8 iom or jouimvjic j am ennmca Sals men Wasted to make aa unprecedented offer to the new Â¬ 6oQd wages to sell our nuisery tock a community than a world of such rene paper rcudorn of Kentucky J will Hand tho Wo will hae for gade ae Pulliaw and the majority of Apply for terms LOUISVILLE EVENING POST hy mall pout Â¬ mjH prepaid to any a i dread In Kentucky ono year for Tho Spring and fall 1805 an itnmenw stock the law abiding cltliens manifest a de theleadHlfnuSCalumH d yato dally eutubllaheifla JS70 report of apple pear peach plum Aarlcot sire to avenge hie death prima rune of of Kentucky reports the full inn AHi Vonriml X1reas full market WaahlnilloH and tlio Also hu M fruKe cherry iape etc LriiiKi irt corrospoHucnce special telciraph now a tram all rjt til ot Kenttiokv httnrttnt -uewa nactetv rnclnd eholcumlshade ami ornamental troes- - row etc l ropllany and llvn twiiueai uiaiicr i ho vapcr uaeii incioar unit We make a specialty of wholeealia K to thotyp tarn aaae aaiiyreau taenia wunteui write ror terms AOl JUfiAU peraoim whowlau to tako advantage of tula We will tell large planter direct muatmuike Mecka and woany ordem payable to WwatawMaCUefre soin O JioVlJt Xcpri reeponatblo parties awl take Bote rjayhle 3 Third lit loulavllle Ky WU-- the Unm MU shu et sjjg to Om H In six twelve and eighteen montlm Whew she but rit faW sawtb a O nUrk Write u for whoteeale prloea AulreM foUTiuauf Nuswuy Or WtsM eaUr Team Â¬ Â¬ ican mechanic to tho American mer- Â¬ chant to tho American borrower The free silver ndvocates havo no plan of 8iiy kind for putting into circulation enough money to supply tho place cf gold The contraction would not be giadual It would bo Immediate and irremediable tho most radical ami foolish contraction of tho currency any coun try has ever known Ytt tho freo silver advocates aro try ing to delude tho people with the Idea that free silver means inflation and infla tion means high prices Bimetallism means tho uso of two metals and to keep both w o must not over valuo cither one Tho moment we do over value ono tho other leaves us That is why all nations havo been careful to alter the ratio as tho market valuo changes That is why lu this country wo have so often altered the ratio that is why tho chango has gone on tho worldover from 111 to 1HJ to li 14 15 15 and 10 to 1 All these changes were mado to provent tho ex- Â¬ clusion of ono metal to maintain a bi- Â¬ metallic currency But tho silver men aro notbiintallists Their scheme is for monoruetalism onu metal and that metal silver Today tho market ratio is 02 to 1 To run counter to this is to deprive gold of its intrinsic valuo nnd exclude it entirely from our currency AVo need a certain or perhaps nn uncertain amount of silver ns wo need pa- Â¬ per but wo can havo but ono standard and that standard that unit of valuo is necessarily imperatively gold Tho poor man the man who works for wages should join tho farmer and tho merchant and banker and the great com- Â¬ mercial center in a demand for action on Mr Cle viands recommendations Prices are low and employment is scarce because confidence in tho intelli- Â¬ gence in tho uprightness iu tho forti- Â¬ tude of tho American people has been shaken by the imbecilo courso of tho American Congress It is not currency wo need so much as it is confidence Confidence would revive industry in crease tho demand for American pro- Â¬ ducts ndvanco prices givo stability to values and stlmulato progress The Nkws asks what a butluil of wheat will buy It will buy as much to day as ever In our history All prices havo declined tho causo is two fold First Tho multiplication of machine ry tho improved processes of produc tiou havo cheapened all products that is have made them abundant That causo we cannot remove cannot if wo would counteract It The noxt causo is paralysis of confidence That is duo to tho continuance and tolerance we give to tlio revolution- Â¬ ary ideas of tho Populists and to tho silver men in tho Democratic party That wo can remedy and should rem edy by returning to tho principles of the Democratic party by cashiering the leaders who havo surrendered to the Populists nnd by following Cleveland and Carlisle in their financial policy Then confidence will return Then capital will seek investment Then business will rovivo Thon all tho ener Â¬ gies of the American pooplo will awaken and we will wonder that even for a moment wo accepted the teachings of Vtst and Stewart and Teller and Vortices and Morgan and Blackburn Forward I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jDr Farkhnrtt to Women larkluirfit starts ottt as a writer for women in tlio FehrhAry Ladles Home Journal In a way whhh promises lb ho most Interesting His vigorous stylo is iu his work and his direct way of put-Â¬ ting truths leaves no room lor mlslnter pietlng his Idea about woman For his first article he lolimn now word An dionianlacs by which ho designates tho type of women who wants to he mannish and aptb tho ways of men That ho Is not Insympathy with them is evident and his promise of discussing the women who wnut to vote who want to preach nnd who deslro to be in bus ucfs In his future Journal articles gives further evidence of his deep Interest in humanity While Dr Parkhurst Is tho feature of Ibis number of tlio Journal Reginald do Koven tho composer of Robin Hood is prominent with his new song Roses of Love of which tho full music is given Arthur Warren Is likewise excellent In an interesting nnd beautifully illustrated nrttclo on Queen Marguerite of Italy which shows this favorite Jiicen nt close rango in her homo life John Keudrick Bangsis very funny in bis Paradieo Club while another humorist Robert J Burdette depart from the humorous and tells tho tender love story of his wife and himself In The Women Who Most Influenced Mo Mr lion ells takes up Zola and tho French school in his literary auto Â¬ biography and Thomas nBecket is ex Â¬ ceedingly practical and helpful iu his articlo on The Correct Way to Play n Piano Tho famous and tunny Brown its are on a lnrk on a raft this time A beautiful page of Empire embroidery is given and will be timely in tills wnvo of Napoleonic interest The cover of tho Journal this month Is also Empire show- ing a striking girl of tho Diaectoire 111 nml olf mvlifit siutt wtisjrsivaak j A linn llirlni Krntiliritia timt uivjiiVi it is n number which does credit even to Tho Ladies Homo Journal and Is cer-Â¬ tainly worth Its nominal price of ten cents lr Examine youi4 Shirt it is in for f Drawer and see what shape Spring Have you enough Shirts Are te they in style and Our display up-to-da- of the celebrated Monarch Shirt They are up-to-da- J5 ii -- Cant be surpassed this season te stylish lluvo yon llcnrivetl for 18115 nurMibicrli-tlou and just the thing to wear They range in price from To say something is ono thing to prove it is another Wo cant prove that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Is tho best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont agreo with us ou get your money back For sale by Short Haynes Clovtr port Dr R II McMullIn McDaulels M Moyer Co Bunts Geo Hoyser 1 to 2 A word Constantino ATaylor Rosetta Drury Bennett A Co Bowleyxille Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Kv A R Morris Big Spring Ky They fit and you always feel comfortable when you put on one of these Shirts tElr Editor m The first of American News- Â¬ papers CHARLES A DANA The American Constitution theAmerican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ can Spiiit These first last and all the time forever Daily by mail - - 6a Daily Sunday by mail8 a --a The Weekly 1 in regard to Collars and up-to-da- Cfl We arc the yr yr yr All the most fashionable styles te The Sunday Sim Is tlio greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world leaders in Price 5c a copy Addrck Tlir By mail 2 a year M Now York WOMEN IN DOUBT Tjsin PENNYROYAL WAFERS FurnisliiM Qood tWMWtfrWH H IBS COLUMBIA PAP GALENPAR Babbage THREE MONTHS ABSOLUTELY 5tigs 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Deuocrat twice overy week for fifteen months as per your special oiler to readora of Thk LnECKENntnaE News published at Cloverport Ky -- 00 St biajti Louis Mo Stete hiomOm 4r 4-pr 4fc 4k 4 W yfi sjpr Name of Subscriber Poet OtHot B fttir to tute thin MhhU It la worth tkrwt fr MsbMrlftfctM Mtmmmmmm THR BRRGKMRIDGR MEWS OLOYERPOHT 11Y IOWA CHICKAMAUGA A UPTON MILE Its MARKET REPORTS Friday morning mercury 10 balow Chuiliu MiOIII went lofonorniUHlay Leo Upton was in L utsvllle n few A Stray Copy of the News Finds days n ceittly Way Into This Fur Off State Miss Birdie McCnndK ra has returned homo from Sonorn Miss Cnrllo Torry hits been ulrk n few Correctly weekly by 1utiiphrey V Iaufer tro rfuee ConimUilon Merchant 110 Second St bet Main ami Market Louisville Ky tOiI8VIILE KY Feb 12 IMS plainly Shipper ihoulJ mark all packag with thlnnera name and poit offlce arfdroii BUTTER 12 Choice country II Medium Creamery Freab DKANS m SOLDIERS LOVE STORY Ail Intensely Interesting Story Ftill of Thrilling Adventures And Dramatic Situations TOLD WITH CONSUMATE SKILL BY Capt F A MITCIIEL Author of Chattanooga and Other War Stories tions instead of answering them von know how hard they tried to broak you of it at bchool Aud say hair not CHAPTER A lit Â¬ DEVOTED CONFEDCllATE Oti tho tnomlnt of tlio Rcneral advance of tho Army nf tho Cumberland a drizzling rain set in which lasted ot intervals during tho whoto campaign Day af tor day tho men tramped through the niiro often to Ho down nt night with no means of lifting themselves out of pools except by cutting tho wet bronchos from tho trees and oil tliuso making a bed in drenched clothes Tho artillery soou cut up tho roads so that the gnus sank to tho hubs of tho wheels Tho right continued to march toward tho left and in tho direction of tho baso of tho Cumberland plateau whero Miss Rotsy Baggs and the oth rs were pass ing between tho lines Tho Unionists wero moving upon gaps in tho foothills held by tho Confederates and noo cssary to tho latter to provent their cno infos getting on their right and thus compelling them to loavo their fortifica tions nt Tullahoma and fight on open ground It was tho day that tho Union men ottackod theso gaps that Jliss Baggs parsed under Confederate protection and tho farmer and tho two young peo plo with him wero also pursuing their routo south Fortunately fcr him tho farmer being on tho flank of tho two nrmle was not forced to pass over roads cut up by oither After Major Burko hml ndmluistered tho oath not to divulgo anything they had hecn con cerning the Uniou forces to tho farmer and tho young girl in tho wagon with him ho considered tho boy too young to treat in tho samo way tho party wero sufferod to depart uud proceeded down tho road Jake said tho farmer slapping tho what horses backs with tho reins hov you larncd nt skulo Lnrned how ter play hop scotch nud shinuy I dont mean thet kind I moan real Tamiii Jakey was at n groat disadvantage pa remarked tho girl on tho rear seat becauso ho was obliged to go in classes with littlo bits of boys You romcrabor ho didnt know his letters when ho went to school No uioro did you said tho father Oh yes I did I began to study them n month before I went away aud 1 taught Jakey so that ho know some thing about them too when ho got there Air theydoin mucli talkin bout tho war up noth Woll it isnt nt all liko it is down hynr no southerner will over change They tho pronunciation of this word tako lots of interest in it nud nil that but laws its ouo thing to got tip in tho morning and read tho papers bout battles and sucli things and another to havo soldiors running all over you specially taking tho garden truck and tho horses outen tho bam I mean out of tho bam Teacher she had tho hardest work to break mo from saying outou for out of It Beema Bho hasut quito douo it Sho spoko tho last words with yet a sigh Lordy Souri y talk liko n flno lady compared ith what ydidaforo y went noth Jako would y liko ter drivo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ em Rockon Tho fatlior handed tho rolns to his son who considering that liu had not driven n horso for a year handled tliem JlevIgotlMtr said his sUtr dont Oil Jakey fall bok into that habit of asking quj- - with cousidorablo skill How did you leave ma asked tho daughter Waal yr maw sho war a heap louo some thout y uns and nhos boon a worritiu fo foar yd git sick up thar ith no ouo ter tend tery but souco tho tiino fo yr comin hum hoz drawed nigh shos puckered up pretty peart Tho boom of 6 gun came faintly from far down 011 tiio lower lovol and tho cannonading hoard byC6rporul Ratiguu nud his ohargo began Taking up tho whip tho countryman gave his horses a cut I want tor make hum nforo soinepn happens Thars goiu ter bo a big fight bout Tullyhoomy Thars forts all round tho plaoo and big guns on em Tho horses trotted on briskly for a short distance when looking ahond tho farmer could sco tho picket post Ho got his pass ready and when they roach ed the post an ofllcor camo out to ex amino it la your name Kzokiol Slack ho askod of tho farmer Zeko Black yaas thots my name And yours to tho girl ruisiug his forago cap admiringly Missouri Block The other namo on tho pass rofora to tho boy I suppose You havo a namo sonnr havent you ho askod absently while he was studying the pass though i it is questionable if tho inquiry wus not intended to show sonio fucotiousuesa bo fore tho pretty girL Dy I got n name said Jako reckon n boy Na goiu ter git on Ithout n namo asked tho ofllcor Wull what is it smiling Juko Jnko what answered tho fnrmor Slack Thoy Theso two uns is rny children been tor skulo up In Ohio They got lots Reckon theyll down tho old o larnin man Union or Confcdcrato sympathies Union All right Oonhead Leaving tho picket thoy camo to an opening in tho country which enabled thorn to get n view of tho region lying to tho west Tho farmer though de sirous of getting on could not resist n temptation to roin in his horses and watch tho fighting or tho distant evi dences of It that morning going on nt Hoovers Gap Volloys of musketry wero mingled with tho deeper tones of Then tho firing ceased for cannon awhile when tho booms began again continued ami rapid A wliito smoko roso nbovonridgo on which Confederate cannons wero shelling tho advancing Union troops on tho ground below Souri Slack thought of tho lives that wero pacing from under that smoko and covered her fnco vith her hands When tho sounds ceased Farmer Slack drove on nud soon reached tho Confcdcrato picket Tho party wero sent In chnrgo of a trooper to the headquar ters of mi officer commanding a body of cavalry on tho Confederate oxtremo left His headquarters wero in a houso besido tho road It had once been in tho center of a neat country plnco Tho fences tho outhouses tho walks hnd all been in excellent condition prior to tho firtt Now of tho fences passago of troops thero was nu occasional upright post left tho walks wero overgrown with weeds aud grass tho outhouses had nearly nil been torn down Tho plnco was a picturo of desolation Neverthe less tho general who temporarily resided thero wns making himself very comfort able Tho wagon drow up beforo tho house and tho conducting trooper sent in word to tho general that a party who had como in from tho Union lines woro waiting outside desiring permission to go on south An order camo to send tho party nil inside Tho threo travelers entered tho houso to find a tall man witli an iron gray board reclining in n rocking chair with ns much apparent unconcern as if war woro simply n pastime Yon havo just como from tho ene ho said to tho mys Hues I hear farmer Yaas sir What forco did you seo in tho ro glon through which you passed Tho farmer explained that ho could not answer tho question inasmuch as he had boon permitted to pass after taking an oath nut to give any information Hm You nro quito right not to ob answer under tho circumstances Bid your daugh jured tho Eonornl ter tnko tho samo oath said Souri Yaas gonoral Surely they didnt admiuistor an oatli to n boy of your ago ho said turning to Jakey Reckon th thought I war too littlo toswarsaid Jakey Ho thrust his hands in his pocket a suro sign that ho was steadying himself for a conflict of wits and words But tho goiioral was not acquainted with tho peculiar characteristics of Jakoy Slack aud prepared to quostion him as unconcernedly as ho would pump water from a woll ho ask What routo did you como ed of tho farmer ro I met tho children at Gallotin I drlv em from thar piled Slack through Lebanon and Liberty Sonuysnld tho general turning to Jukoy did you pass any troops on the way Lots Infnntry Whats thot Soldiers who walk anil carry guns Didnt sco uouo o them kind Did you sco any nrtlllory Dont know what them una air Men with great big guns cannon No Blr Didnt soo uo tillery Then what you saw must have bean cavalry Didnt seononoo thorn unsnuthor Tho general looked surprised Then what did you sco Thats all tho arniB of the servico I ovor heard of and I am an old soldier Critter companies oxolaimod tho general Oh I boo remembering tho mountain Tennessee How many solnns namo for cavalry diers belonging to tho critter companies as you call them did you see Waal I oonntoil 20 n thota a fur as I got at countin in skule Sourl was about to romlud her broth er that ho had proved himself ouo of the best boys in the school at mental arithmetic but desisted Hmt Tho general thought a mo ment and beat a rovolllo with his fingers on tho arm of his chair What wero they doing within tho Fodoral lines just before you left tho outposts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ har diyp hut Is Improving Dixon Wntklus has returned from n btlslncss trip to Summit Miss Atla Upton visited her friend Miss Donnio Clever recently Miss Knner youngest dnugtiter of Dr Butler Is sick at this writing Miss Mlnnio Walters was in town this wet k visiting Miss Kate Painter L B Lively of Prlcevllle was in town recently visiting Miss Loin Wyntt Leo Smith and family were in town Sundfty visiting Mrs Smiths mint Mrs T J Upton Illrnm At wood will move in a few dayp to nunt Lucy Weldons property dn Walnut street iCpt II J Street visited his father wITo is very ill at Powderrullle and Is not expected to recover II 0 Hoosler of Stcphensburg was in town recently visiting Miss Lulu King and Mits Blancho Upton Mr A J Upton and wife linve been at Long Grove several days visiting their daughter Mrs R Warfield Miss Cora Stamp of Bonnleville aud Miss Lollio Stamp of Melrose visited Miss May Clauson last week Will Handley traveling fur Stratten Tersteggo stove nnd tin workp Ixntls villo is at homo for a few days Tlioe Dixon a prosperous farmer of LnRue county and his attractive daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Clara were in town this week Misses Birdie Farmer Agnis Brash oar Myrtle Norman Lulu King nnd Drcatur Upton visited Misses Cornelia and Mln Â¬ nio Butler Sunday A freight train wrecked at Shepards villo on tho night of the 7th inst which delayed tho South bound truin about eight hours Nobody hurt Dave Jenkins nnd his most estimable wife who aro such great favorites with our young people have moved to the Overstreet propeity on Maple strett Welcome Davy Dr Turner who treated so many coses of Typhoid fover with such wonderful success during tho summer fall and early winter repoits tho health excellent nt present Mrs James Brashenr who has been troubled for several years with epas ruodic stricture of the ttomach is at pre Â¬ sent suffering with n severe attack of that dreadful malady Bob Rider and Bill Gaddle two of tho nicest merchants in town are neither ono married but both want to mighty bad Dixon Watkius and Will Pence are in the same box all round Geo Rider and Miss Dolllo Hatfield of Glendalo went to Jeflt rsonville last Wednesday and got married Mr Rider -i is a druggist of this pluco and the bride a daughter of Horace Hatfield who is prominent in Republican politics We wish them a successful nnd happy future Your correspondent had the pleasure last week of a short visit to our old home in Breckenridgo where we met many of our old friends of whom wo have much we would like to say but space will not admit of but littlo Wo note with sad Â¬ ness that death had visited tho commun- Â¬ ity and taken away somo of our most cherished ones Some of advanced age some in the prime of life and even somo that were very young Wo met some others that are ripening for tho tomb pBomo who are standing as it were almost at the threshold of heaven just waiting for the summons to enter many others we found looking linlo and hearty for which we feel most thankful We call- Â¬ ed a few minutes to seo our old friend Charlie Jarboe and felt so sorry to find him in such a low state of health Hope when spring comes he will get his health back if it is tho will of him who doeth J A KEY WHISPERED FAltMER SLACK all things well Many things would like to say of the people there but our artiwo havent tho I key fear it will avail diffor ns to the means Tho interview wns interrupted by tho cle is growing too lengthy now and wo us nothing ringing of a dinner bell iu the hall may say moro in the future Let mo seo it said tho general Miss Baggs handed him a piece of Tho goueral called n negro and bado him show Miss Baggs to a room up All Free paper on which wiia written stairs to which sho retired for a few MunrilKKSuoito Tom Juno 23 1883 Thoso who have used Dr Kings New minutes Tho servant brought in her Volunteers Oarfklil with circling between you poMwsslon turn an bo cob llumblo at to bolougiugs from tho buggy togother Discovery know its value and thoso who get that ixwslblo bmovoBjiiJ unln pony chief When sho camo have not have now the opportunity to rsplillty around that put of tho hours ready with tho little box try it Free Call on the advertised elilnk lo to nutlco enemys Tullahoma your point dowu stairs the party wero waitlug for Bouri Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Freo the by of pollluog of platoau Niggard If desire hor beforo going iu to dinner and hope forward to haha move we right I who had seen her covered by tho suu Send your name and address to H E staff command and mountain order bonnet nnd her eyes scrocuod with Â¬ Tho gonoral road the dispatch over glasses was astonished Sho saw a Bucklen Co Chicago and g t a sam carefully and then looking up at Miss woman threo or four years oldor than ple box of Dr Kings- Now Life Pills Bnggs romarked herself tho beauty of her head and Free as well as a cpy of Guldo to Balked ucok contrasting with tho homeliness of Health and Household Instructor Free Cant it bo Interpreted gonoral hor costume Miss Baggs noticed Bonds All of which is guaranteed to do you I fear not without tho key It is surpriso nnd going up to her took both good and cost you nothing A R Fish- Â¬ doubtless an impoitnnt dispatch and I hor hiuds aud klbsed iicr cheek ers drug store ihnll send it nt ouco to gonoral headsho said feeling You swict child quarters If thoy can decipher it thoy ly you caut get over my nppoarauco The Buckeye State I dont caro to aro wulcomo to do so Kvaksville Feb 11 A messago from when you met mo on tho road thh try it morning can you Whut a fright must Henderson says the water is gradually Calling nu tho general I havo seemed to youl I dont caro for settling f i om under the Buckeye Statu bade him carry tho messngo to tho army those Yankeo officers but bless your telegraph station a short dlstnuco to innocent heart I cant bear to have and she is going down on huge and irregular chunks Of Ice Dynamite will thd rear and repent it to General Bragg shocked yon probably bo resdrted to this morning lo Gonoral said Miss Baggs iu mi Bouri did not reply in words but she remove the Ice in the hope of letting tli if you will lot pio havo tho looked nt Miss Puggs ndmiriugly undertone original or a copy 1 will try to decipher Dont think hard of me tho latter Itont settle In tho hope nf letting th it I may find n clow thnt will aid mo went on drawing Souri asido and mo- boat settle in tho watei before It is to heronfter though I fear it will bo too tioning tho rest to go on into the dining late This was done in tho cuhj of tl late to tako advantago of information room I do only what I beliovo to be L and N wharfboat and it was savul contained iu this ouo a duty for you must snspect that I keep Certainly Lieutenant return tho a secret You could not play a part bo from destruction givrit you to this lady tieath yon child You are too loving dispatch I have after it has beou rcpoatod too innocent nnd you wonder how any The general other woman cau Tho officer departed turned again to Miss Baggs with a so I did once rious look Wheu Do you know that you aro engagod Beforo I wont to 6chooL Iu a very hazardous servico For your country If Perfectly No And do you understand tho penalty Miss Bnggs lookod into Sourl s docp caught if eyoa and asked softlyt Death I suppose Makes CHILD BIRTH Easu For love Theres no tolling whether it would Bouri dropped her eyes to tho floor COLVIN LA Dee 2 886 bo death or a long imprisonment in the but hor questioner who by this time My wife used A10THEUS caso of a woman A mnu would hang had put nu arm around hor received uo FRIEND before her thlra con Miss Baggs countenance changed reply finement and says she would uot from an expression of indifference to Come she said lot us not torture be without It for hundreds of dol ono of thoso flashes of tho superhuman eaoh other I see we both have our se lars DOCK MILLS attributes that lurk within tho human crets ion I BeBlbytiprsaw mall on rclBi She led the way to tho dinner room Bofprle II per bottle Hook To Am I to niako anything of my life where the general and bis staff wero VMovmhsimH4 fro ffekl by all when thousands of the souths defend standing waitlug for the two women I UrunjUU ers are giving theirs every day Have The party were joined by Farmer Slack BRAUflBU R80ULATOK CO I not seen our homes laid desolate and Jakey and all sat down at a signal AtUflU O Have I uot wen niy brothers my frlwuls from the general WftM I have loved those I have played those TO WE COXTJNVIB with as children cut down by either bullet or disease For mouths I hnvo dovotcd myself to tho caro of tho sick lu tho hospitals Thoro I learned to dread n long continuance of this struggle Thoro I conceived tho idea of do Â¬ ing somothlng to win success for our nrmics by giving them an ndvnntngo not possessed by tho enemy I consulted How enn I glvo ono high in rank my life to tho best advantago I asked Point tho way In tho socret servico Do you know anything of tolegraphy Go and stpdy a No but I enn learn For a mouth and then como to mo month I studied night and day I learn ed to read words from tho clicking of tho keya as readily as I can recti lotters Yes thetsit You know Tho general looked sharply nt thd I returned to my adviser Hd tho rest boy who looked stolidly stupid Tho gonernl paced tho floor with a determined to try another routo through cloudod brow which to lead Jnkcys infautilo mind ho said I dread n catastrophe Wero tho troops you saw in camp In tho caso of ono inspired bysuoh no or on tho march or In bivouac Dont know what thet nr last air bio sentiments I dread to sda a woman but tho trees u brush war so thick I exposed to iguomiuy perhaps death If that tlmo comes general God couldn see plain Cant you tell mo If you saw any Will glvo mo strength to bear it Tho gonoral was silent a momont nnd Infantry Soldiers who walk and carry then askod nbrnptly guns you know Is your brother nwrtro of what you I never looks nt thoni kind o bo nro doing replied Jakey contemptuously jcrs Hois I only notices cm when thro on And ho consents critters backs Ho does not Wo nro individuals said tho gonoral Thnt will do Then turning to a staff officer near him Ho is ono of tho noblest of tho souths legitimate defenders but ho is not re he said Captain you may pass theso pooplo sponsible for my nets ouo of its illegitsouth and added In nu uudortouo imate innchiucs Tho pitchor that goes often to tho Rido over to division headquarters nud say that nothing has yet been obtalnod well is at last broken Then somo oho clso will spring up of tho ouomys movements in this vicinity by questioning citizens Only ono to carry on tho work God grant that the day may be for party has como through a farmer with his son nud daughter Tho farmer distant that it mny never come I cau and his daughter took an oath not to hardly approve of it though you nro givo nny information concerning tho working in my causo General said tho woman her fnco dispositions of tho enemy aud tho boy again lighting as if inspired by some is profoundly stupid each sido hus an absorbing thought Thero was a sound of hoofs without mingled with tho rnttlo of wheals organized secret service What general Looking through nil open window an would dnro report to his government officer was seen to dismount nud hand that ho had acquired information which a woman from a mud covered paint would enablo him to destroy his cno rubbed bugsy All recognized Miss my but it had been obtained byillcglt Tho general aroso imato means nnd ho would not tako Elizabeth Baggs from his chair aud wont out to incot advantago of it Yet what general her at tho front door From there ho would caro to be called a spy himself conducted her into a room whero they Wo nro engaged hi a terriblo struggle Beforo its close any nud all means will could confer togother nlouo bo used to conquer Cities will bo bum What luck I struok thoir wires within their mi vast districts will bo laid waste linos midway bet woon Murfroosboro and Must I coaso to employ tho most effect MacMinuvillo nt midnight and no ono ivo method of nil becauso I am doing I throw my wiro over tho illegitimate work Is my work rnoro wns near lino nnd ninilu my connections with my illcgitlmnto thnu trying to conquer a peoplo fighting for their independence I waited till nearly day instrument Tho general mado no reply for a time light beforo nuy messages of Imporhe Yours is a singular family tance camo along though dispatches You aro all alike and wero pashiug nil tho while At last ono said presently I took it down but as yot you differ camo in cipher W nro milted in tho causa wo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p Â¬ Waal I only noticed ono man n hn war loin somepn very partlckoler What wns it Ho war lookiu nUthu sky through n fiat round thing what looked liko a big squashed applo Not a floldghvs wai it No sir Reckon twasnt thet Was thu innii of high rank Ho had stripes on Reckon ho war his arm Tnt tut ho woro chovrous Ho was only n noncommissioned officer Cant you describe moro nearly tho object through which ho was looking Waal I think I henrn sonioun call it a can can Not a canteen IS A WELCOME VISITOR South Ottumwai Iowa Editoh Neks I Bnluto you and tho many readers of the News with best bow nnd hole you with a happy and hearty howdy do Happy would I bo if I could strike hands with many of you in a fraternal greeting Wo were made happy by tho visitation of the News which chanced to emigrate to this western ellmo and called on us and when wo found that it was fresh and breezy from tho land that wo love best wo were only too glad to receive It as a most welcome guest The News soon informed us that it could not stay long with us as It had many friends to call on during Its stay in Iowa so wo quizzed it fast and long as wo found that It had letters and sketches also pictures of somo of our old Kentuc- Â¬ ky friends As wo read theso letters our mind was mado to reflect on days thnt nro in tho eternal past when we read tho sketch accompanied with the picturo of our old friond and teacher neighbor and relative Chintz Royalty our bosom wns mado to henvo with joy yes wo thought of many events and business transactions thnt had taken placo between us wo hope that Mr Royalty will retain no animosity for us if we say to tho readers of tho News that he is a noble and always bold in generous hearted soul his defence for right ready at all times to lond n helping hand nnd ono who strives hard to make the world bettor by having lived in it wo knew Mr Royalty for at least seven or eight years half of which time we was very closely connected and 1 never found him outof sirtsal ways cheerful and ready to temper justic with mercy I ask your pardon Chintz you know I carved the turkey at your wedding supper I know you won der who it is but if you ever find out itll be in tho sweet bye and bye If you remember we last met at a mission- Â¬ ary meeting in Louisville Ky A S Pecker you and myself Tho Ekron and Paynesvllle briefs were very nowsy to us as thoy spoko of many many names familiar to us also tho Falls of Rough items I wonder if our old Undo Allen Osborne and kind and uflVctionate Aunt overscan tho pages of the News if so at the generosily of tho editor and waste basket I will tell you thnt time in its flight has wrought many changes and this will let you know that our dear old father departed this life August 3d 1894 Guess wo aro having somo very cold weather dry and dusty as September sand Btorms and blizzards frosty days and bleak cold nights ico on the Des Moines river twenty inches thick regis- Â¬ tering from 8 to 15 belowzero Enorm- Â¬ ous cracks in earth Long may the News live And many placet jo And valuable Information give To all who seek to know SO 8c V U 25 23 EGGS Mtebtgan ndlaoa--Navj band picked 1 1 Old or Common and colored FEATUBHS to 22 6 76 to 2 00 00 to 1 30 Trims white Mixed Old No 1 daok gooie- - a GAME - S5 25 16 25 3 a 30 Ixo 00 75 38 Rabbin per doi SqulrreU per dot Green pood U17 Halt good Dry Qlnt good 7J HIDES 4JJ Tt 7 ism at 9 40 1 K t o- - Sheep iklni 20 Ducki Turkeya alive Turkryi drened W 10 DRIED APPLES AND PEACH Es to Apples bholce bright quarters Apples average 4Ji to 6 Htai per POULTRY lb di 78 7I ii 1 Applesi old Peaches new Peaches old to 6 WOOL 21 16 13 10 8 Tub washed Grease fine Orease coarse Merino Burrj and Cuts MlSUKLLANKUUa SIK 16 M12 12 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1227 1285 12 42 12 3 1259 12 Skllraan Pctrle Falcon 100 929 919 U 9 48 9 37 9 23 524 621 461 6 09 4 69 4 45 4 42 4 36 4 20 4 08 4 00 1263am Owensboro Griffith Stanley Powers Pates Mattingly 95 8 40 8 30 8 09 13 817 347 337 Worthlngton Jteadi Spottsvllle 1210am llSpm arHendersn Uasetts 60 768 70 7 42 3 41 3 30 7 34 310 Iv 7 2am 266pm 323 316 L St L T Ry FordsviIe TIME TABLE No Branch 24 HUES RUN TAKING School district number eleven reports as follows for the five months session just closed Number reported in census PMPSilJM MOWS Friend Â¬ Â¬ report KM uumbor enrolled in school 02 1258 Kirk 7 00 highest number In attendance 74 lowest 110 660 Jollv 23 averago 57 The following named Glcndeane 121 6 30 135 Dempster 620 pupils wero In attendance every day of 165 arKallsltoughlv 600 Rock vale 230 627 Mabel Benvin the session Bertha 2 42 Huth 6 16 Smith Jimmlo Waggoner Irve Beavin 251 6 0S Aiklni 301 Oaks M Allen Waggoner Jlmmie Chapln Hu 340om ArFnrdsvilleLv 4 3 Vara bert Hawkins and Luolla Burdltt The f dinning named pupils missed not more thuusoven days Frank Oelze Zelma llurditt Alice Waggoner Lulu Smith Willie Waggoner II I Royalty Mary Waggoner and Trece Johnson A hun Condensed News red nnd fifty peoplo assembled on the Stories Inst day of school to witness the spelling Miscellany niatcu At 10 o clock a in tho houso was called to ordor nnd Misses Ida WagÂ¬ Womens Department goner and Lottie Oelzo divided tho pupils Childrens Department uud visitors who would join in the match Agricultural Department iu two columns on either side of tho Political Department r mm the spoiling began and was kept Answers to Correspondents up for ono hour and a half and tho tlmo nns Called and tho teller Mr LrL Wng Editorials foiur reported a score of 20 to 22 In favor Everything it H es Waggoner Speeches wero then WIII BH FOIHVIl IN Tilt crder and Mr Win II Hawkius ininian of the Board of trustees made Weekly Courier Journal n slitt and pointed talk oh the subject c ucatlon He was followed by Mr A tenpaire cicht column Deuifv rsilr v J Wagwner In a half hours talk in paper HENRY WATTEESON U the Editor ho Btt forth the advantages rchult- fddq YEAR PRICE g He also show ni being educated The WEEKLY COUItIBUJOlFHNAI makes I a very forcible mauner the duties very liberal terms to agenK Sample copies pt t p renU and guardians In regard to ed Â¬ tho pair and Premium Supplement lent free tu any address Write io i Id r 11 and wards ucating their eh After C0UHIERJ0URMAL COMPANY t - the teacher made his farowel I address loHUvlllr Ky pupils ami pat runs thanking them THE BRECKENRIOGE NEWS ieir kinduttw iu helping touiuko AND THE nooflho moot stureftiful HetsIoiiB WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL tr taught After this ubcoc eon Will bo wnt ono vear to anv mMnua ulnlug forty poutnla of candy was open- - 175 AlMrHwTllBllRKCKSNKIDGlS Nsws nd th crowd wai treated with that uioverporf Ky ticlt Ami now came tliatsad hour to i al true teachers the hand shaking aud b tiding the tots good bye j We wonder hat the harvest will be 1 DEO 30 1894 West Hound Trains Bast Bound Trains Dally Dally Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 5 No 1 No 2 No t 10 10am Lv Irvington Ar 9 20am 11 50 Garfield 8 10 12 05pm 7 60 Harned 12 22 Hardlnsburg 7 30 I EFFECT BEST - 1 1 Chickamauga 4ptw lp hk pperl Â¬ Children Cry for Ptolws Cfttttoiia AMIrrliiiftioryo low WJU abou twit Adventure BlWsl WHHHIPW -jt f nwwt rj M to - ss r-r- - - tTr-S- T- r vrvrmrYTrm1l 1TW THar Wi BH5kOMiXxiJU SSy JaMsMpHpiW AtWft IRVINGTON ClxOVBXRPOH Jl HI KV Â¬ 6 K1- - i K w 0i7 fc fe V nr VnlcnHPPi pH fcliu- - Piiiyrs Died Feb 3 wife of Louis litvrrs invest ifonsrfcWeria Tobinsport Ind DHLMiss Kthel Oeuo returned to pchool Monday at Georgetown Miss Nora Oeizo is the guest of her brother Mr Alf Oelo this week Mr and Mrs ltoht Iindlny will bo gono about two weeks Thoy nre visit ing relatives in Illinois Tho Epwortit Lefiguo services aro growing more popular every Sunday There was a largo altendatico last Sun day Dr It L Moore of Marion Ky was in the city Saturday Mr Moon is a Democrat candldato for ltallroad Com- Â¬ missioner From hero lie went to IlarMOST PERFECT MADE dinsburg A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free Charles Frakes was convicted at Leav torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant onworth Ind last Saturday for shooting 40 YEARS THE STANDARD near Frank Itlchards from ambush Mauckport about a year ngo Hin sen Â¬ Kotico to Subscribers The date on tlit Ubel Indicates the time to tence was two years in the penitentiary which your subscription la paid This serves MrTJdward WhiUJof BrainardMinn both a receipt An expiration notice every week Kxamlne the date printed after voor who has been spending several weeks name on the margin of thin paper and tee If it it Harris correct Knot correct pleaietn let ua know If with his daughter Mrs J G your time hai expired pi cue renew at once left yesterday for Detroit Mich whero he will visit his other daughter Mies Breckenridge News Mabel White From there ho goes home WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1895 We take pleasure in calling the atten- Â¬ tion of our subscribers to tho advertise- Â¬ ment of Herndon Carter Co of Louis- Â¬ LOOM BREVITIES ville Ky who aro one of tho largest and It 0 Willis was here Monday most reliable Commission Houses in L McGavock was here Monday the entire South Any goods consigned Hardware below hardtimc prices Sul to them wo are sure will meet with ready sale at market prices and you ran de Â¬ zTrs For sweet mixed pickles go to the City pend upon prompt returns See their advertisement It will pay you to givo Bakery thetn a trial shipment J II Temple returned to Yelvington Monday GUSTON Try the widows mites at the City Forest Stith is visiting relatives in Bakery J D Brashear went to Owensboro Louisville Genie Smith of Stony Point was in Sunday town Friday afternoon Pure sweet applo cider at the City Tommio Conniffis visiting relatives in Bakery Louisville and Lebanon Only a few pair 10 cent gloves left Mrs J R Baskctt who lias been very Sulzers sick for somo time is improving Dick Beavin They say wo aro to havo a brand new went to Owensboro Thursday store in town when spring opens Geo Smith was the guest of Mrs E T Ilinton has moved from Kirk to Mattie L Brocar Monday evening Powers Ky Miss Mollio Jarboe of Lebanon Ky It was fourteen degrees below zero is visiting iter sister Mrs T E Conniir here last week Miss Clara Adkisson was the guest of It Mattingly has moved from Hardins Mrs Mattio L Brocar Thursday evening burg to Sample Miss Eliza Ewell of Owensboro is Miss Georgia White leaves to day for visiting her cousin Miss Eva Carrigan New Orleans La near here J M Barnes wont to Louisville Sun Â¬ Mrs Maggie Ditto who has been very day On Business sick at the home of her father for sev- Â¬ Frank Boyd is located at Paducah for eral weoks is improving Mrs Itobt Hardaway and little son the next sixty days Wallace of Nashville 111 are visiting II 0 Murray and Gus Brown went to relatives and friends near here Ilardinsburg Monday Miss Hasher who has been in Louis- Â¬ Our neighbors over at Tobinsport are ville for several weeks returned Thurs Â¬ walking over on the ice day en route to her home near Ptjncs The strawberry and raspberry crop will viile be first class this season i JSrskine Munford and sister Mis- - Kit Ladies and Misses mackintoshes just ntJJwero guests of Miss Rose Z IMorris now a bargain Sulzers and sister Mrs Mattie L Brocar one John 0 McCarty was in town Sunday evening last week Wm ConniiT of LouIsvillecame down tho guest of Orville Gregory accompany his Fon Sale Orchard grass seed warÂ¬ Monday morning to brotherT E ConnitTto Lebanon Ky ranted fresh Julius Dutschke with the remains of the latters nfant The Carrie Hope is in bad shape at daughter Evansville She will likely be a total The homo of Mr and Mrs T E Con loss nitTwas gladdened Saturday Feb 2 by Teachers and persons preparing to the arrival of a little daughter buc the each will do well to attend this term of rejoicing was soon changed into sadness school by the death of the little ono Monday Jifa King near Irvington has a fine Feb 4 The little blossom was too ten- Â¬ pair of twin babies at his house born der for earth and the angel of death plucked it for the garden of Paradise last wckk C Smith our popular and gonial Mayor Barry is attending to the poor hotel man has sold bis property to Mr of the city and furnishing snpplies wrier Cook of Custer Our citizens regret to ever needed lose so good a citizen as Lum as he is Geo II Willis Glendeane dropped familiarly called Ho with his istiraa in to see us last week and renewed for blo wife has managed the Guston Hotel another year in such a manner as to make patrons Master Mechanic Ferry made a business feel at home No village hotel any w hero trip to Hamilton Ohio Tllursday return Â¬ could spread more bountiful or tempt- Â¬ a ing Saturday ing table nor offer to the weary traveler Brainard and Armstrongs silk floss a better accommodations They havo tho new lino we are solo agents Sulers best wishes of many friends who bespeak Prices the lowest for them success wherever they tfluy go Mr M 8 Weinsatt went lo Nelson- VerajMiss Eva Carrigan entertained at tea vllle Ky lest week to spend Drluay tlie following ladles anu gentle Â¬ days with his parents men Misses Eliza Ycwell Owensboro The Louisvillo Dally Post aud the Z Morris and Bbkckknridok News ono year for 275 Clara Adkisson and Bozo Mrs Mattie L Brocar LouisUllo post paid to any address Smith Hardaway r Mack Payne and Bush Stiff came in Messrs HughHarry Bell Geo Pattcson It J Mrora Gentryville Mo last week to visit Nick Tllford and S K Carrigan Tea was served in their old homo at Lodlburg Weather man says more cold weather tho hostess inimitable manner to the ground hog says bo too get into some evident enjoyment of the guests Music on the piano guitar harp accordion and of that warm underwear at Sulzers Tho L St L and T has placed an or- Â¬ bones was an enjoyable feature of tho der with the Pittsburg Locomotive evening Works for three new freight engines PAYNESVILLE Just keep a comlng we are adding fuel to the ilame all the time our bar- Â¬ Prayer meeting at the Baptist church gain counters are tho talk of the city every tsunuuy Mr Nlphic Schmit called on Miss Sulzers Payne The High School exercises at tho Daisy Titos last Sunday Mr Brown and family visited Methodist church Monday night were Richard Browu Jr last Saturday and well attended and highly creditablo to Sunday We aro sorry to learn of tho death of the pupils Payne and Obituary notices and resolutions of Miss Bortie Rhodelia also Mr Charley Hayden of respect inserted at 5 coats a line Par Â¬ The young folks are contemplating a ties sending in these notices will please grand time at tho dance at Mr Lliaha Arnolds next Thursday bear this in mind WE ALT WONDER When the cold snow breaks up where Why John was out to late Sunday - will your feet be If you aro careful nliiht Why E B Is going to Oklahoma so they will be in a pair of warm artica soon bought at Sulzer s Why Jeff didnt It was pay day at tho Falcon dUel other Wednesday want to dancu the hut Saturday This company pays OIK wuy iMisy gett so many letters Why G H waa out so early Sunday about 300 every mouth find is X big hunting a barber blp to that place Why Clarence Campb ll makes such Waj W V McCrackea was at Louis- Â¬ lengthy vWU table girl ville hut week looking after the aflfciw When the Wedding Bella will cease of trie Texaa He was in flue haaltb ringing How M F fl Samlay jOght of spirit and is Dm tbe Mr J L Flaherty le repalri A MBHoer normal school of six waeka o A J- - Elisha Artwiti dwell will be coodoetod Jwe at the close of Oh what can be the attMcitea at Con- oar publta tcbttota under tbe rwaaagfr sonHa for Mr CUuenea ArsoW Nawr VMBf ef Jamw II Logan atwl able assist Â¬ mlftd well flml tut Tburwky Thera will baa gwad ball at Concordia ant County SupriBUdet Driakerl the 22 A gootTtima for all la twpwWhl will be praaieat a part f tbe time to a Mm KHoibiTuoMibaMty aal lUtStrys MI Lee viaitod Mr AW aiat intllraottiag the work family last wak SMbtcrip KeHewatl your Spiak of OwMsnUa ia MieaAMHaa Tr our mdat soon Mr Conraua ia no battar at this writ Flr OIBGUIT COURT Big POSETTA The stove innn holds his headquarters at Cal Bastmtng Miss Nora Greer Is spending tho win ter in Owensboro with her undo Mr Shelby Tiiphtt did not like tho Plrrs of tobacco on his return front tho city C W Kasey is one of tho petit jurors for tho court held at Ilardinsburg this week Miss Mattie Slaton is visiting friends and relatives In New Albany Ind and Mr Keys is at homo for awhile Mr Prothcroo mado a living trip to Crowd Prosont on Opening Day tho Cloverport last Saturday Dr E M Bewley and Â¬ CREAM A Two weoks Term Ahead Of Tho Big Somo BAKING Caaos ON POWDER THE TRIAL DOCKET Â¬ l0 Tho February term of Circuit Court convened at Ilardinsburg Monday last Notwithstanding tho unpleasant day a gcod man peoplo turned out Tho old farmers whom the News man met de Â¬ clared that it was tho worst winter so far on record They felt though that it would bo followed by an early spring that the coming season would show up good crops and everybody would bo better by it Judge McBeath and Commonwealths Attorney Weed Chelf wero on hand promptly to begin the business of tho Court Tlio grand jury was enpanclled as fol- Â¬ lows D S Richardson Foreman Henry C Gibson Wm L Beaucbatnp Julius Dutschke Ezra Lampton George Gil- Â¬ berts Joe Jarrett Silas Miller W E Board Ellis D Cannon L ILiAdklsson and J E Chapin Besides the Commonwealths business which will consume tho greater part of this week there is a large civil docket and it will take the wholo of two weeks to dispose of them There are several parties in jail all of whom may get a trial at this term They are Joe Gray colored shooting his wife Pat Smith house breaking Mcnroo Wilho tshooting at another John Rob- Â¬ Sol Jolly ertson stabbing another larcency Tho civil docket is quite large and there aro a number of cases that stand for trial Tho case of Mrs Meador against tho Ilardinsburg and Cloverport Turnpike Company for 5000 is ono of them Another case is that of G W Bishofl against tho Acmo Brick Company of Bishoff Cloverport for 10000 damages was a hand working for tho company and while in their employ got hint in somo way For their negligence ho wants ten thousand dollars damages There aro several cases against ex sheriff J S DeJernett and his surities but thoy wilj probably bo disposed of by demur Another case is that of LetitiaE Allen against Scott Cunningham for 5000 damages for slander Another case is that of Wilier Quipgins against R L NewBom for 5000 damages These are some of the big cases on hand and if they are tried the full torm of the court will be taken up There aro numerous other smaller cases to bo heard but thoy may soon be disposed of Tho visiting attorneys who are ex- Â¬ pected this week aro Mr Alien Dean Chapezo Wathen and Geo W Jolly Owensboro J W Lowis Brandenburg D W Falrlelgb R E Woods Thomas W Bullit Louisville All of theso gen- Â¬ tlemen have more or less business ip the court and besides their social qualities aro excellent and lliey like to spend a few days at Ilardinsburg The members of the homo bar aro supposed to have plenty to do particularly during the session of Circuit Court Tho absence of Judge Allen Murray whose death occurred sinco tho lost term will be particularly noticed by his asso- Â¬ ciates at tho bar Mr Murray occupied a table directly in front of the judges stand and has been an active member of the bar for over tweuty flvo years Ho was always retained in the big cases and his terse and ablo arguments on legal points will be uiiEsed by those who havo sat and listened to him for years passed A meeting of tho bar will probably be held this week pay due respect to his memory Since tho writer came to the bar somo six or eight years ago the fol- Â¬ Judge lowing members have died Kincheloe J G Haswell Robert Bow mer Robert Bruner and Judge Murrey Younger members however are taking their places Â¬ wlfo nre with his parents for a short visit Mr Robt Hcrndons genia faco beam Â¬ ed upon tho fair ones at church Sun day Good frionds it was not necessary for Miss Ru to have a chaperono this time Mrs W J Piggott with little ones is visiting her sister Mrs Ken Wathen at Mt Merino Wrvlngton Milling Company received last week two car loads of corn from Sklllman Ky Mrs McGlothlau entertained quite a number of prominent church members to dinner Sunday Mrs Otto has not fully recovered from her recent Illness but is improving slow- Â¬ ly and wo liopo surely At regular church meeting of the pator ollicers and memb rs of the Bap- Â¬ tist church Saturday afternoon Mr Jos Lowis was licensed to preach Miss Maggio Belle Paul and Mr Geo Drury from Bewleyvllle attended church Wo always welcome here Sunday the stranger within our gates Mrs Smith mother of Messrs Jos and Tlios Smith our enterprising team- Â¬ sters returned homo to day after a weeks visit to the families of her two Â¬ Rush If You Want Em 1 Quickness of Dccision---Mcan- Another splondid array of Bargains roachingout to all classes And ap Â¬ pealing to everybodys senso intel- Â¬ ligence and pocket book A regular Mid Winter Clearance Sale s vicinity Mr Wm Crosby who has been visit- Â¬ ing relatives in our town returned to his Louisville homo Sunday Erie Head will remain with his broth- Â¬ er Dent this year oil tho farm Dent retains Mr nud Mm Hunts Mercer as of Possession Quickness UUUUKLvs UAlS Une lot leu JJlue Ulack utul Brown Regular heavy winter goods lined and just tho thing for Winter wear Regular prico fiOc 1 00 1 2o This week your choice Vj ftp L JUi i0 f Ilrtvo yon Iteuewed your rJubscrir lion for 1805 Pulliam Captured Ed Pulliam the lunatic murderer of Rev Burgess Swopo near Patesvillo was captured near his homo Monday by r Aretus Haynes tho Pellville Ho was taken to Hawesvillo whore he willbe trled today mail-cat-rie- was hero lost Sunday and his old friends wero glad to see him Mr Hagood has a good position on the F P Hagood Plant Railroad System in Alabama Ilia homo is at Troy and his division extends from Montgomery Ala to Jacksonville Florida Hesajs the South is in better fix than sbo has been sinco the war bt and rapidly growing children derive more benefit from Scotts Etnulsionthan all the rest of the food they cat Its nourishing powers are felt almost immediately Babies anQ children thrive on Scotts Emulsion when no other form of food Is assimilated Babies Â¬ 1 5cotts Effluxion stimulates the appatite anrichta the bloodQvercomes wasting and gives strength to all who take it For Caught CoWtvSortTkfftat sVarv MtU Waak Luna Imaeiattoft Cart and ail Forms sumption Blood Din Jennie Hardin of Braudenburgf in our midst this week Miss Jenn lias many staunch frionds w ho are pleas Â¬ ed to havo her among them and in the good work of the neighborhood We regret tho severety of the weather preveuted Prof Hawcs filling his apÂ¬ pointment on Friday as stated An old saying the third time charms will we hope prove to hold good next time Mr R R McGlotblan walked over to town to day Bob says it was to warm for an overcoat Perhaps wo may bo able to find a generous sized palm leaf for him by tho time of the next blizzard Rev Nash editor of tho Kentucky Baptist preached on Sunday filling Rev W R Culloms pulpit His subject The Building of our Heavenly Tomplo was handled in a masterly manner evi- Â¬ denced much thought and contained many good points Rev Cundiff of the M E church South has an appointment to preach in the Baptist church at Irvington tho first Sunday in March at 3 oclock p m We hope the community will show their appreciation of religious sentiment by turning out to hear him Mr Jardon Owui Munfordville was registered at the McGlotblan House last week Mr Owen is Gen Buckners private secretary He was formerly on tho Board of Equalization He is look- Â¬ ing after Gen Uuckners interest as candldato for U S Senator bMaster Louis Jolly has ordered from Cleveland Ohio three pigs 0 I 0 stock at cost of G5 Theso hogs aro of tho white Chester breed and are re co- Â¬ ntended for their sizj and hardiness Weighiqg at twenty months old 1400 pounds Louis is an enterprising boy and is building high hopes on tin in- Â¬ come lie expects to realize from his venture i Miss Maggie Greenwi od of Sunrise Slope suffered a keen disappointment by the excessive cold of Thursday night in the loss of about eighty geraniums besides other plants AW looked thrifty and green some were in bloom with flattering prospects of an abundant bloom in tho near future but alas for human hopes their glory has departed leaving Miss Maggie 6igbing for iter departed treasures Morris Jolly is an enthusiastic amateur stamp collector He has quite an inter esting collection embracing nearly seventy-five different countries and tho variHo has ous denominations of each them arranged very conveniently on regular stamp album and by tho accumula- Â¬ tion of ttie stamp3 lias gained a fund of information which is eiy valuable to him of which ho may justly be proud Anyone having rare stamps to sell will confer a favor on Morris by addressing him at Irvington The County Surveyor It M Jolly and Mr Akers appointed viewers of the now road projected from Merino neighbor Â¬ hood to Irvingtou were out part of last Thursday attending to the discharge of their duties It was a very bitter day and as a consequence of tho exposure Mr Jolly was confined to the house a portion of tho remainder of tho week However by timely remedies ho ward Â¬ ed off perhaps a serious attack We hopo the otiiers fared better than Mr Jolly from their exposure Miss B Ada Drury canto down from Bewleyville Monday and oponeil hor private school at Irvington Tuesday a m It has been a long cherished desire on the tart of somo of the patrons of tho district to secure Miss Ada as a teacher at Irvington Now that tho desiro is at Â¬ tained let each parent and patron feel the good work has begun and that the responsibility of a successful school de pends on each Individual pareuas much as on the teacher Let us not fpld our hands idly and expect our teacher to do all the work but show by onr that we will do our duty and feel sure In the discharge of ours bora will follow easily and satisfactorily waa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sons Miss house keepers Mr John Kasjy while in Louisville last week slipped on tho ice in front of tho Pickett Warehouse and sprained his wrist Wliile not serious tho hurt was very painful Mr Clarence Rasham has presented his wife with a new 00 cooklne raniro Homo Comfort It is said to bo quite superior to all other ranges over intro- Â¬ duced into this neighborhood Mr Rice Carlton has been on a alsit to ills parents during tho late cold spell Ho left Monday to take tho assistants place in a select school at Vertrus Har Â¬ din county We extend our congratu tlons to Rico and wish him success He is a worthy boy nud desert es oil the good fortune fickle fate sees fit to shower upon him Mr G T Mercer whose death was reported in last Thursdays Courier-Journwas buried at tills place Saturday afternoon at half past two oclock Mr Mercer has a very checkered history In his early days he was a man of consider able property Ono reverse after another caused him to die a poor man His death occured at Lakeland hospital tw el vo miles above Louisville where lie was sent for treatment by the city court at Louisville Through the kindness and charity of his niece Mrs Hannah Crosby of Louisville liis remains were taken charge of by her and her husband and brought here for burial Mr Mer- Â¬ cer was 71 years olirand had been twico married having one child a son Martin Mercer by his first wife living in Hardin county Five children survive ho and his last wife all of whom aro of ago and married except his two youngest Jos Mercer aud Miss Argent The family have the sympathy of their many friends in their bereavement The residence of Mr J T Mitcham owned by W L Tflrpin Jefferson coun- Â¬ ty was entirely destroyed by fire Thurs day evening Ho aud his wife left home after dinner Thursday to remain all night with his wifes father Jno Nlaton About dark Mr Otto Robinson camo in Rosetta w itli tho new s that Mr Mitchams house was on fire and beyond saving Several went to the sceno but could do nothing Mr Robinson says his little daughter Katio was out in the yard play- Â¬ ing saw the light and called to him to know what it meant By the timo lie got there the back L was fulling Mr Mitcham married Miss Vibella Slaton during the Christmas holidays They had just gono to house keeping in tho houso lately occupied by Mr JeffTurpin and were very cczily furnished Nothing was saved but tlair nit at and tho clothes thoy had on Mr Mitcham was qttlto a popular young man in our community being raised here Everybody knew him and liked him He has tho sym Â¬ pathy of all his friends Â¬ Â¬ W Linen Collars you generally pay 25 cents for this week and this week onlv WELL HKRC IS A GO Wo want to collar tho town Hero is an other lot of Gents Linen Collars -- Iay Down and Standing Collars Sold tho world over at 15 and 20 cents This week take vour choice tillOlvS ixit No 1 Indies Dress felioes neat and easy wearing i 11 11 Well worth 300 Only n few left Your choice out of the lot V I rtfl this week 5c 5 OliUU LOT No 2 Ladles Shoes Neat aud elegant for tho money 130 BOYS KNEE PANTS Another now lot and they will go like hot cakes You cant expect a snap like this to last long 24c TABLE LINENS Some new and pretty designs just in Get a pick while tho lot is fresh Come and see w hat a look may save you Wash your own Curtains ftil PI A LACK CURTAIN sntlTTUHERS V make them clean again Well w oi th twice tho money for your SJ own use PEERLESS HEATERS Every family needs ono for to heatn They fit any sizo lamp chimney cup of water or warm a lunch Regular prito 25c rents this week -m JM 8c NOVELTY BROOM HOLDERS Keeps your Broom straight n ill know where to find it when you want it You History may repeat itself every twenty i ears but never in the history of Cloverpoit will you ever find such a snap as wo oiler tins week in Cloaks An SIHOOcloak tor 10 00 a 10 00 cloak for 7 CO a 1 00 cloak for S3 00 n 30 00 cloak made to We place on our Slaughter counter over fifty cloaks all order only 315 00 siz s Look for the Black Flag and Dagger it means n Great Slaughter Sale iran struck our Urocery Depart ment last week and when ho went homo Ins nciehbors thought he was going to start a Country Store- - Wo are dollar stretchers When you come to us for n 1 worth of sugar and expect to tttko it homo jourself bring n wheel barrow you cant pack it CLOAKS Grocery Department -- IJ C NOLTE Assignee SULZERS lltOlUIKTOltS Senn MAIN tiiiuiiom fl Ackermann Brewing EXPORT BOTTLE BEER Co STREETBRRWERY for Family Use ia 1710 to 1120 MAIN ST uihg 2 LOUISVILLE KY The Best Skoci lor the Least Money yjtm I Wl l V1A Over Ono wenr W L Douolas 3 and 4 Shoos All our uom nro rqunllr atlnfactcrr Tncy give tbo trot value rur tne Moncr Tber ctiual cuutom shoes In stvln nut Their Hearing tamped on ole Tho prices are uniform From SI to ftj saved over other mAkeM If your dealer cannot suppljr j ou wo ran l - W L DOUGLAS 0 QUAE1 3 million Iroplo the A KING qualities are unsurpassed FIT FOR ami smst tasW mfr jmsk 1mad4 ass- VL m - BpTiiic ic tut d2zS3MOIlU 10 1I1C UrkT - H Mjpw3S3SE57iv - mw o sini Sf3S43BO CordoTnn French lnnmelled rnlfnnd Knnsaroo Snoes stoles 8J3BO S2DO ana az wortirigmens v Si S ml 2uoies j7Dzsu is dealer vlk ir yourivnio lur cannot supply caiaiug -55 W L Douglas Police 1 Bovi School Shoe z ana uo S you JTN HP gBSrT HEWOH urocmon nasi irrr -- S L SULZER Cloverport Ky 3 A new theory in the treatment of Resolutions of the Baptist Sunday CD VLV coughs lung and bronchial afftctious has School on the Death cf Amel D been advanced by the manufacturers of Oelze Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a A Wiikras God in Ills wisdom hits seen wonderful remedy All dealers sell Amel D It on a positlvo guarantee For sale lit to remove from our midst 15 by Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr son of brother A L nud sister Mary nn R II McMullin McDaniols M Meyer Oelze a faithful and obedient son Co Buros Geo Hoyser Constan Â¬ attentive Sunday School pupil a brother tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett of rare jjifts and graces therefore ho it JWn That we tho llaptisl Sunday It 1b a book for everybody who tie A Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno PNichols Garfield School of Cloverport sustain a grent loss sires to know the fttcts about fiance in the death of ono bo full of promise Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky and currency That wo extend to the bereaved family in their hour of distress our heartfelt II YOU WANT TO KNOW Senator Lindsay on tho Ourrenoy Remarkable Book 30 CENTS 5 COINS Financial School All About Gold II Jaibtr HryH ifarle Th Worlfs Plr kklg gtmt tmMtJQv im Test rotd lag H aiMil OhIldrnCryfbr iawHi JW OfWaSliag Stm4ffr pmMtt atttlfcMM IT HHajstHi tfeoaatt mi It is ovidout that something must bo done to relievo tho Treasury Wo cant go on exchanging bonds for gold and then exchanging this gold for greenbacks and coin notes More than one half the gold withdrawn from the Treasury since the last bond sale has been hoarded by tho banks and bankers and not sent abroad It is evidently expected by tho people that gold will go to a premium under existing conditions and this at no very distant day It is not likely that all the specific recommendations of the President will meet with Congressional favor If tho greenbacks and coin notes bo funded and thus withdrawn from cir- Â¬ culation It will b9 insisted that some kind of currency shall take their place and there will bo strong objections to trusting to tho national banks tho work of supplying and keeping up tho neces sary voluino of currency Tho silver men are not likely to be satisfied with tho mere substitution of silvr certificates for tiie smaller national bank notes When the coin notes Issued under the Sherman law of 1800 shall bo retired aud tho silver bullion in tho Treasury re Â¬ leased from tho pretended lien to sccuro their payment wo will have in tho Treasury vaults silver bullion costing nearly 150000000 answering uo pur-Â¬ pose whatever It Is difficult to sea why that bullion shall hot then bo coined and put into circulation It ct rtainly cannot Sena folk will think that Dr Bells be held indefinitely aaadead iaveaiffieat Pisa Tar Heaey i b belter than the and there Is no reason why It shall not oommoa oowgh rowadlaa until they try be colnrd at oace if it ia ever to be it TImm they will know far tbeuMdlvea coined that ka Um baat e earth For sale by STALLI0X TO FAX HavBos Cloverport Dr K Abort The Stranuer Vock lUm a Jet Pennon S H MHUU McDallaM Meyor A ycart old to kanM awn dioou ut anil ycry tylUb Oooiull 0m giflM anil kW dttfwtci Co Boras J 9o Hayaar CoMtantina Nsw but rli4Bt mritt mtea apply U H SMITH A Taylor KoMitat Drury Baeoatt A Button Ky Co IWwWyvilW Ky W X Brawn Irv tngtoa Kjr Jao P Nichols OtjriaM Dr JrS4e Ctwwn Bhbig PowtWr Ky k U Mortis Mg Sprit KT- Â¬ sympathy That a copy of these resolutions bo placed upon our record a copy bo pre- Â¬ sented to tho family and a copy bo fur Â¬ nished tho UiiKiiKKNitiixiK Nkws and tho Kentucky Uaptlst respectively for publication Â¬ VOU WAN T IO KNOW BEAD IT Silver All About AIONK Since he went home The evening shades linger longrr there The winter days fill so much or the year And even summer winds will be thill and drear Mnce he went home Since he went home The robins rote has touched a minor strain The old glad songs breathe but a sad rtfrain And laughter soba with hidden bitter piln Since he went home Since he went home How still the empty room hit presence blessed Untouched the pillow that his car head pressed Our lonely hearts hath no where lor their rest Since he went home Since he went homo The long long days hae crcnt away like years 1 he sunlight has been dimmed with doubts and fears And the datk uiirhta have rained in lonely tears Since he went home II YOU WANT TO KNOW EBiUD IT Currency DRDSiLID All About IV YOU WANT TO KNOW IT What Causes the Hard Times It givo is a book for tho people and will jewhad it them more correct information about Than will bo found in any book en political economy It is so plain and simple that any ono to stop the Tho way to cure a cough is can easily understand it coughing Dn Hells Piuo Tar Honey It is a book for the business man cuts loose tho mucous heals tho lungs aud bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip the professional man the farmer It was writ cough in one night For sale by Short and the laboring man HaynesCIovorport i Dr It H JleMul ton in tho Interest of each of them Whether Republican Democrat lln McDaniels M Meyer Co Hunts j A Taylor or Populist every man who votes Geo Hoyser Constantino ltosctta Drury Uenuett Co Bewley- Â¬ should read it ville Ky Y E Brown IrylngtonKy j nn sure to CAtX oa SRN1 IOIl IT Jno V Nichols Garfield Kyj A U IT W1II COST YOU IOSTIAIO Morris Bljr Spring Kyf rCoui DISSOLUTION The paitnersfclp aeretofore eiiitlng between Slatlcr and Hall has been dissolved by mutual coallau the buii cmmbU HU sjsJ t ollsct all aitsasnts 4m th bWiii JK Keith Orville Gregory WB ItutledKo Gold Silver Iimi Currency Only 30 Cents Jno D llISaiirwll Iibfaafi TVDKH it ALU- - 0IJQVSBNNH I 6 Highest of all in Leavening rower Latest PHB1 BBLE10KRNHI1D0B1 NRWQ OU3V 1S11PO ISF K y S Qovt Report PRESTON Miss Cassie Bruner was in town hut Wednesday railing on fi lends Mr Owen Osborne of Paradlic Bottom was here last wei k ronmiltlng Dr Fry mi re The social held at tho homo of Mr Stock I larger on the eve of the Kith wns greatly enjoyed by nil who ntleiuli d The cancer on Sir Win Allens hand is about healed but he is now suffering RoYal Breckenridge News 13 1805 ifegSSrS ABSOLUTELY WEDNESDAY FKUUlAKY Baking Powder PUBE -- THOSE BURNING QUESTIONS Answered by J H A n His Own Inimical Way Whether Satin THE TIME WAS Whon Tho Peoplo Wero Sovorofgn And Tholr Will Was tho Law Of the Land to satiate the gold thirst ho must sell bonds to that amount for it in order to maintain the public credit The pretense that this Government owes gold to any human being is false Wo owo sliver or gold at the option of tho Government Jf Mr Caiimsle mil fromif similar afllctlon under his arm factory or Not The Roaders of tho News Can Judge For Themselves and- Draw Tholr wIarried John Claycombe at the But Times Have Changed And There Is a Hew Order ofThlnasat Washington erator tender iirr ilotlart to the ual yold vhn calls vjion htmor a hundred thousand dollars tn cuin the demand vgon the Treat uryur joV triM instantly cease Tho pretense that tho retirement of the greenbacks would stop tho demand on the Treasury for gold is tho flimsiest kind of a sham and the clearest false pretense No living man has proposed to abolish paper circulation in this counÂ¬ try The President and hit banking And the Dear Peoplo Havo Very Little to Say or to With How Do friends want to substitute bank notes for greenbacks The bank notes under tho national banking system would then bo redeemable in coin by the Government If the banks failed to so redeem them If coin means gold the notes would soon come upon the Government for reÂ¬ Affairs of Government Shall be Conducted A Gigantic Scheme By Which Mi- llions of the Peoples Money Is Dropped Into the Coffers of FOREIGN MONEY SHARKS ff I The following editorial appeared in the Cincinnati Ioquircr of n recent date The time was when the people were sovereign and their will placed by their representatives on the statute books was the law of the land The time was when every man was bound by the laws and when the President least of all would have dared to defy and disobey them lint times have changed We hae a President who cares naught for law and we have a people who seem to have for- Â¬ gotten how to resist tyranny for it is tyranny to bind the people of tills coun try to an interest bearing debt for which no consideration whatever is paid and which the President is piling up without any known limit under the false pretense that be is replenishing the gold in the Treasury Tho law makes every Treas ury note and every greenback payable in gold or silver at tho option of tho Government Tho President exercises tho option against tho Government and instead of paying out tho silver money which he holds for that purpose be leaves it untouched and buys gold to deal out to foreign bankers at the rate of 10000000 a month in redemption of these silver obligations In order to buy this gold he has already issued one hundred millions of live per cent bonds and is about to issue one hundred millions more of four per cent bonds He sold one hundred millions of bonds at a premium which mado the interest equiv- Â¬ alent to II per cent It is now given out that be will sell the four per cent bonds at a rate of premium which will be equivalent to a per cent loan Tho interest on the hundred mil- Â¬ lions already issued is five millions n year Tho interest on tho hundred millions now to bo issued will bo four millions more making nine millions a year This will be seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars a month or twenty-five thousand dollars n day Now observe exactly the consideration that was received by tho Government in return for this nine millions of interest which will have to be paid annually until the bonds mature Tho first fifty millions run for ten years and the entire interest on that will be IMOOOOOO The interest on the four per cent bonds run Â¬ ning for 0 years at two millions a year will ho C0000000 making in all 183 Every dollar of this will in tho 000000 end have to come from the workingmen of this country In exchange for this 85000000 dollars of interest one hundred millions of gold was placed in a box in the Treasury Department with a false bottom so that it might run out very soon and return to the men who bought tho bonds they exchanging greenbacks for it The storage of it for a few months was tho only benefit tho Government received Tho last 50000000 was not allowed to remain in tho Treasury sixty days Wo had no uso for gold except to give it back in exchange for greenbacks to those from whom wo received it in ex Â¬ change for Interest bearing bonds Wo are now to bo treated to another install- Â¬ ment of this The President and his Secretary of tlio Treasury arn dicker Â¬ ing with New York sharpers for n repetition of this performance Ono hundred millions of gold is to bo poured through the Treasury sieve back intqtho hands of these sharpers in order that tho peoplo may bo burdened with more mil- Â¬ lions of Interest to pay for nothing It ia difllcult to discuss this gigantic scheme against tho people in language becoming the discussion of tho acts of a President It is a monstrous outrago It is embezzlement of funds to tho extent of the interest account created It is a criminal convoying of those funds to private persona for reasons known only to tho parties in the transaction Tho fraud ia committed upon a grossly frivoÂ¬ lous and manlftlyfai pretensenamely that It is to nreaervo tho public credit Tlw President affects to bellove that all tUe outslda world must be furnished by our Trwuunr wjtU gold and that Jf tvouiymUffom tl ptid a day it required Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-and-n-ba- lf demption for the banks have no facili- Â¬ ties for issuing four percent bonds with which to buy gold If every greenback in this country was burned the Treasury would derive no relief therefrom The Treasury would simply be redeeming national bank notes in gold instead of longer redeeming greenbacks Tho only relief for the Treasury which is contem Â¬ plated is to relieve it of the peoples money and give itaway to money lenders as interest on money which should lme been raised by taxation Mr Carlisle says the Government needs no additional money for expenses and that its receipts for the present year will exceed its expenditures by 22000 000 of dollars Thus by the confession of the Administration gold is to be bor- Â¬ rowed on interest without limit merely for the sole purpose of swapping it off for greenbacks and piling the greenbacks up in the Treasury The currency in circulation is to be contracted to the ex Â¬ tent of the amount of the issue of bouds No other result can folow tho piling up of money in excess of expenditures The pawnbrokers are low plying Mr Carlislo and the President with argu ments In favor of making the bouds payable in gold coin As this is for Â¬ bidden by law and will insure trouble for both of these officers if attempted these worthies ought to expend their energies on Congress and see if that Lo ly will dare to authorizj a gold bond and then jo home and meet the people Perhaps the President thinks the country isBtiflicicntly hypnotized to submit to the felonious alteration of the form of our bonds and making them payable in gold when the resumption act under which he issues them requires that on the face of every ono of them shall bo printed that it is not payable in gold if it pleaces the Government to pay it in silver There is not a corporation or business firm in the United States that would not brand with disgrace and dismiss in dishonor an agent who would conspire with others to INecc it as the peoplo are being lleeced to day by these gold operations Wo believe that in 1801 tho peoplo of tho United States will rid themselves of the leeches who are sucking their blood and that they will trust no man in the Presidential office who tramples down our laws which maintain the double standard and in their place enforce the gold standard law of Great Britain Â¬ Â¬ Miss Mollio Pollard and Mr homo of bride near here on Wednesday January 10th Mr and Mrs Barney Fry ml re aro both seriously indisposed We hope that they will soon regain their heultb and be their own cheery selves once more Vlliss ltosc Barry of Mississippi county jilifsouri who has been visiting Mrs Wm Frymire has gone to Cloverpott to visit her brother Hon Albert Barry Mr Pierce Gilpin writes from Texas to friends here that they are having de- Â¬ lightful cummer weather in that State children going barefooUd etc quite a contrast to tlio weather we have had lit re this month isnt It Mr and Mrs Wm M Frymire enter Â¬ tained Tuesday evening in honor of MIfs Hose Birry of Missouri The greatest portion of Prettons fourhundred were present and enjoyed to tho utmost the After clahoiato menu of the supper supper the time was must pleasantly passed in witty salient and instructive Miss Barry the guest of discourse honor has won many friends hero dur Â¬ OWN CONCLUSIONS Let me assure you S P J that it was from no lack of appreciation of your ablo article headed Common Sense Versus J II As clatter that I did not answer you sooner It was my reluctance to in Â¬ fringe on tho valuable space of tho News that caused the delay But since you ing her short visit by her amiability and other good qualities Our farmers aro heroically busy laying plans and and preparing for spring work despite so many recent failures That is right let us do our part being assart d that Providence will work things all We must not get right in due time discouraged neither must we discourage others I was made quite miserable the other day by reading that dismal prophecy of II J lit mis But it didnt bother mo long and hopu soon again I hear quite was in the ascendency Suppose we havo often people saying1 another drought mxt summer and sup pope the fruit crop will fail again this I tell ear what will become of us them that if we are to supposo anything why not supposo just the reverse It w III make us feel better at any rate lmnniB nrtiiAvti VA pretty home wedding was celebrated Now is the Time Tho benefit to bo derived from a good medicine in early f pring is undoubted but many peoplo neglect taking any until tho approach of warmer weather when they wilt like a tender flower in a hot sun Something must be done to purify the blood overcomo that tired feeling and give necessary strength Vacation is earnestly longed for but many weeks perhaps months must elapse before rest can be indulged in To impart strength and to give a feeling of health and vigor throughout tho sys Â¬ tem there is nothing equal to lloodrf Sarsaparillu It seems perfectly adapted to overcome that prostration caused by change of season climate or life and while it tones and sustains tho system it purities and renovates tho blood Have an Iteiiuivcil your Mitkcrli lion lor INII3 Your Mother-in-law attended the Brodle Guilland nuptials last Sunday Misses Minnie Mrs Sally Bruner Hoyle and Susie Jlrushcar and Claude Brasbear attendee the Gullland Brodle wedding Mrs Barney Guilland Etta May Allen Messrs J abet Brasbear and W T Allen and Miss Maggie Broady accompanied he bride and groom to Chenault on Wed Â¬ nesday where k reception was to be held The brides by the grooms mother receptlop dress was a superb black satin trimmed with beaded gimp Mr and Mrs Chas O Graham enterÂ¬ tained the bridal party and a few friends at a 5 oclock tea on Monday afternoon Those present weie Mr and Mrs Thos Broady Mr and Mrs Wm SI Frymire Misses Itose Barry Blanche Frymire Maggie Broady Etta May Allen Mrs Barney Guilland and Messrs Jabex Bia shear Hubert Bruner W T Allen Bud fHynw NOTICK Guilland X want CTtnr nun and womta In the Vollsa This la one of the statement of the BUUi laUreitsd In the Opium and Whisky party leaders that wm mot a lie 1U WM te bar os of ay books an tats Backing Powder Dr Prtce4 mm AiUinU H H WootUr AtUaU IU Mr Q O Williauw ti tk fox Wt tM m will b mbi m tt Â¬ her mother how bIio represents consolation and wisdom to her how sho goes to her with hor grjef and her happiness and remember that you have to be not only husband but mother for you must bo so tender to her that with her head on your breast and her arniB about you she will tfll her troubles and her wor- Â¬ ries her joys and her pleasures and not only look for but receive sympathy from you And then when her mother is there bo gentle und consldeiate of her Sho has given you her companion and her little helper and be sine that there has been many a lonely hour for her since that gay wedding day So remem Â¬ ber that you owe her thanks that must exprets themselves in a pleasant manner and in courteous speech None of us can love people at once but making up our minds to caro for them will make affection come and best of all ttay You wish your wife to love jour moth Â¬ er then you must show tho same kindly feeling to hers writes Ituth Ash more in dise below a page of good advico to The Young Mr Itobertsand Miss Maggie Broady I Insband in his First Year in the Feb Â¬ of Chenault were here to attend the ruary Ladies Homo Journal Think it wedding all out and realize how close to a girl is Mr O M McGlothlan of Union Star at the home of Mrs Evo Brasbear Sun- Â¬ day January 20th The participants being Miss Lena Guilland of this place and Mr T D Brodie of Chenault and tho officiating minister Ilcv Hartford The attendants were MIssps Blanche Frymire and Sinie Brasheiir and Messrs Hubeit Bruner and Kug- ne Guilland Invitations wero restticttd to only rela- Â¬ tives and immediate friends of the family but these compiised about fifty persons Promptly at 2 p m the bridal party entered the parlor the bride alwajs handsome looking moro- so on this day of all days clad In a beautiful grey cloth gown leaning on the arm of the manly looking groom who was arrayed In tho Mies Blanche Fry- Â¬ conventional black mire wore an elegant maroon silk and Miss Susie Brishear a lov ly drew tho color of which has escaped my memory After the ceremony which was duly im- Â¬ pressive friends crowded round tho happy pair to bestow congratulations and if the well meaning wishes of friends count anything tho happiness of Mr and Mrs Thos 1 Brodie is already as- Â¬ sured The guests wero invited to tho dining room where an extensive table was spread with all the delicacies of tho season Including an unlimited variety of rakes tropical fruits fine candles etc The esteem in which the bride and groom are held was proved by the number and value of the many wedding presents Thoy go to housekeeping at onco near Chenault in a home almost completely furnished by tho gifts of friends Among the most valuablo of the presents was a set of silver ware p esented by the brides grandmother Mrs Evo Brasbear and a liberal sum of money by the brides brother Mr Eugene Guilland Mrs Brodie has many friends here who only regret her marriage because it re- Â¬ moves her from Preston society where She has she was a shining ornament a lovely disposition being generous almost to a fault and so very mindful of and grateful for the least favor shown her She has taught school most success- Â¬ fully in both Meade and Breckenridgo Mr Brodie is a prosperous counties young farmer and well worthy of so fair They have been sweethearts a bride from childhood and the love which had so early a growth ripened as the years advanced and has now blossomed and been samtioned by God iu the most May they both sacred of earthly ties realize Marriage rightly understood gives to the tender and the good a para Â¬ -- say the questions propounded by you are burning ones and Bince you manifest a desire for information and exhibit a spirit of inquiry with the kind permis sion of the editor of the News I will accede to your request You say J II A having through the kindness of the editor of tho News secured a very large audience he im Â¬ mediately rises to the immensity of the occasion and proceeds with great alacrity to howl his longest and loudest thereby largely discounting tho best offorts of the howling dervishes of the orient Thats your exact language Is every man a calamity bowler who complains of the injustice of his government Is every man a calamity howler who points out tho unequal laws that have made millionaires by tho hundreds and tramps and paupers by the tens of thous ands Wero tho Democratic statesmen who preached lo their faithful follow- Â¬ ers that the tariff taxes paid by them on their clothn housoJurnlshiugs instru- Â¬ ments of labor and necessaries generally was robbery pure and simple were these msn calamity howleis- or were they patriotic political leaders 7 Were the delegates to the lost Demo- Â¬ cratic National Convention calamity howlersfor declaring that Republican protection is a fraud a robbery of the great mass of the people for the fow Is the Democratic politician ward henchman or heeler privileged to howl his loudest and longest and receive the plaudits of the gaping multitudo of tho unterrified while another who through investigation discovers and lays bare the sham fraud and hypocrisy of the so called Democratic party and discards the yoko of political servitude and Bpurns tho party lash is to be branded as a calamity howler Thomas Jefferson was a statesman of the first rank He was for the people Ho was one of Gods noblemen whom we all ought to delight to honor On Jan 24 1814 Thomas Jefferson in a let to John Adams said My zeal against those institutions was so warm at the establishment of the Bauk of the United States that I was derided as a maniac by tho tribe of bank mongers who were seeking to filch from the public thus swindling on barren gains Was this a wail of a calamity how Again he said This institution ler is one of the most deadly hostilities existing against the principles and form of our constitution Again I Bincerely believe with you that banking institutions aro more dan Â¬ gerous than standing armies Were these the wails of a distressed calamity howler or the timely warning of a statesman Am I a calamity howler for holding and expressing tlie same opinion of tho national banking system as that held by Jefferson Jackson Cal- Â¬ houn and the Deraicratic National Con- Â¬ ventions of 1810 44 and 50 that denounced national banks in the most vigorous languago You say J II A says tho statement of the party lead Â¬ ers are lies pure and simple And so they are brother for the most part Didnt the party leaders say at Chicago that they would coin both gold and sll ver without discrimination against oither metal or charge for mintage Wasnt that alio Didnt they lie when they said in their platform that they wero op- Â¬ posed to all protection 7 Didnt they Ho when they said tho repeal of the Sher Â¬ man silver law would bring good times Didnt they lio when they told us that the McKinley act was the cause of all Were they our distress and Bufferings not a set of unconscionable liars to tell us that tho tariff bill would bring prosperity 7 When they told us that if Cleveland were elected farmers would get a dollar a bushel for tjielr wheat and laborers good wages they told us a lie didnt When they told us they they brother would wipe out trusts they told us a LIE for thoy have not wiped out a single one but thoy did manage to arrest a few harmless tramps and made Coxey ke p off tho grass Npw wo want to ask by You ask what system of mathematics he figures himself out of lieiug when he asserts that natlanal banks loan their notes at from 40 to 50 per cent per annum Easiest thing in the world brother That statement was not and ia not a lie I would not deceive you brother Senator Vest of Missouri said in the Senate chamber on Qct 15 1883 Con- Â¬ gressional Record page 0157 The First Natioual Bank of New York city beginning business with a capital of 200000 which was increased in April 1801 to 500000 has realiwdin net pre- fits over 10000000 wFIIeh ia eighty per M Â¬ Â¬ st Chemical National Bank of New York city on Dec 15 01 being railed beforo tho Banking and Currency Committee of Tho the House of Representative Hsald capital of the C heiulcal Is 300000 It has n surplus of 000000 The undivid Â¬ ed profits are more than 1000000 The elepeislls are 30000000 probtibly the largest in the United Stntcp If not in tho world The dividends are 100 per cent per annum This Is another statement of one of the party leaders that is not n lie You say Aud now coining back to Why earth and things earthly brother where had you been 7 Been off on an aerial navigation trip with Sirocco eh Dont deceive you self my brother your eflotts at exclamatory skyrocketing will not pass among the readers of tho News for a lofty planetary excursion on a comets tall Better stav on earth while youre here Why I J II A You ask brother what do those foolish fellows the capi- Â¬ talists mean by buying 3 per cent gov- Â¬ That thoy may have ernment bonds n secure solid and permanent dividend paying investment to continue while the These bonds are government stands Those fool- Â¬ non taxable bear in mind ish fellows piy 117000 for 100000 worth of govermentS per cent bonds Those fool- Â¬ interest payable epiarterly ish fellows are all bankers They de Â¬ posit their bouiU witli the Secretary of the Treasury and get from the Comp- Â¬ troller of tho currency 90000 worth of national hank currency to loan out at usury Those foolish fellows beforo Thoy had 117000 of taxable currency now havo 100000 ef non taxable Inter Â¬ est bearing notes and bonds making a profit on tho transaction of 73000 in a lump Brother itnt that n sufficient reason But here comes the question that per- Â¬ What tho plexes my brother sorely peoplewant to know is the government having issued this money how is It to bo gotten into tho hands of the peoplo Well brother if you will watch the col- Â¬ umns of tho News closely you will learn Prof Shackle tt and I will reach that point in due time But in passing how would it do to abolish the 70000 noting a de Â¬ 000 tariff taxes on sugar ficit to that extent in the treasury and supply that amount with a new issue of government paper money leaving 70 000000 more money in tho pockets of the peoplo to elo business with and give employment to labor Again how would it do to abolish the taxes on woolen goods leaving about 50000COO moro money among the peo- Â¬ ple saved on tho one item of clothing alone and supply the deficiency in tho revenues caused thereby with a new issue of legal tender money to bo paid out in current appropriations and of de Â¬ mands against the whole peoplo for ser vices rendered to the whole peopo7 But better still let all tho people col- Â¬ lectively through their goverment estab- Â¬ lish Government banks of deposit lban and discount and make loans direct to the people at the cost of conducting tho business Here very likely my conser- Â¬ vative brother will tackle me again Now brother consider that I havo an opponent on the money question to deal with a gentleman of no mean abil- Â¬ ity and I cannot afford to stop and no- Â¬ tice the criticisms of all my Democratic friends Besides it would consume too much space in tho editors valuablo col- Â¬ umns Now my brother consider tho above suggestions before asking me any more questions I want to say hero that the News is the fairest and most liberal Democratic paper I know of Catch another Demo- Â¬ cratic county paper admitting to its col- Â¬ umns the calamity howls of us wicked I know the editor populists will you personally and he is a high minded and He docs not de- Â¬ honorable gentleman nounce us as loud mouthed blather Â¬ skites and I believe all his Populist readers will show their appreciation of tho News by swelling his subscription J II A list A Des Moines woman whb has been troubled with frequent colds concluded to try an old remedy in a new way and Resolutions of Eaptitt Sunday School on the death of James Goodwin Wnnnes tt hath pleased our Heaven- SECURE A POSITION Â¬ iiiihvi ly Father to rcmovo from our midst our beloved brother James Goodwin who arv at first pay from J to 50 per month Many who darted on small anlarlea now re Â¬ and departed this life Jan 8 180 Must bo a ceive from 17c to iac per month wheras brother Goodwin n faithful Mint nod worker and fnrnfili Rood reference 5 epolt In bank cah about f 100 Nn loin naVed member of his Knnday School nnd a no Inteatmcnt minimi It la n atlatled nnd Our enterprise la Imngty short tltno ngo professed faith In Christ permanent position O Ilox eit Addrcaa endoraed by bankers and in tho brief period became an exem Â¬ Nashville Tenn plary christian therefore tfVaVii Ittolccit That we bow submissively to vajyV the will of him who doeth all things well feeling that ho whoso lately walked with us hero on earth and sang so sweet- Â¬ ly in our choir has joined tho ransomed throng above where ho will forever chant the praises of Him who redeemed him and washed him in His blood lUtolml That a copy of these resolu- Â¬ tions bo spread upon our Sunday School record that wo request them printed In the BttECKEteniDOK News and n copy be sent to his mother in England means so much more than II L Moorman I Com C S Perrigo vou imaeine serious and J L Moorman J 1 WANTED for onVe witxon salaryln mol county In the Middle Southern Wtittrn a few of Ihe Northern and Kattcrn States a U hole Ironl young ladjr or young gentleman haperience not he the country rfln ncietrd eaaary In full prefer beginner at a small al eerjr nil vgivayV In Poor Health Free Pills Send your address to II K Bucklcn Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial will convlnco you of their merits These pills are easy in action nnd aro particu- Â¬ larly effect vo in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable They are guaranteed to bo perfectly free from overy deleterious sub- Â¬ stance and to bo purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate tho system Regular sizo 25c per box Sold by A R Fisher druggist Church Resolutions on tha Death of Hon J A Murray Wo tho members of tho Cloverpor Presbyterian church appointed to draw up resolutions of respct and love on the death of our beloved brother J A Mur- Â¬ ray do feel incompetency and unworthi ness for such a solemn trust but as God doeth all things for tho best therefore be greatest gift health fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures Browns If mi arc feeling out ol sorts weak ex and general liae no appetite and cant voric begin at oneetak- on ti a Iron Bit A few fcot ure benefit comes from the cry first close i nvy stain lour Itftk and eiant to lake 1 limited ie oui Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation lE uicnuw irii tie stretiRtheniti liCiliClneuliichla tri lies Its It Cures Liver and Kidney Troubles Dad Dlood Nervous ailments Malsrb Womans complaints Cct only the genuine It has crossed red All others hi e sub- lines on tin wrapper fV nf lunc iMtn tA atlntr -v ulll si tul ff nf lol llratitlful Worldfl Pulr VI wj and book free rrlit -- -- rrt 4 BROvVU CHEMICAL CO vv---Aas5 tAtTJMORE MD L f it Hcsohcd That in his death we I060 n kind and faithful friend That as a member of our church for many years ho was a pillar and guide both spiritual and Temporal That wo deeply regret that such a power arid kind hearted friend is taken from us especially as his person and counsel is a great loss to tho church That he is highly esteemed nnd will be greatly missed by his family to whom we extend our deepest sympathy M Hamman I B Bohler Pom Tllrich Farber f J O Sippel FACTS I Â¬ POSITIONS GUARNTEED under reasonable conditions Do not sav It can not be done until vou aend for free 1 20 pae catalogue IRAUGHTeNS PKATICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and bchooi of bnoit yiiewrlUng anil 1 eleRaphv hand NASH VILLK TENN 4 WEEKS by Draughtons method of teath 1 S1 ing book keeping Is equal to 12 WEEKS by old method It cxpi ids more money in the Inlcest of Its Kmplofient Department than half tin- - bualneas college in the south take In as till Ion It is strongly ndorscil b- - Hankers Merchants and United rTactical bookkeepersnll ovcrthe Cheap States board tcasonable rates of tuition 6oo students past year Open to both sexes It has representing s6 States and Territories also prepared books for 53 V ELEOTROPOISE Â¬ Nashville HOME STUDY sent on 6o daya trial When vou write explain Addreas J F Draughon Pres your wanta accordingly took a tablespoonful four times the usual dose of Chamberlains Cough Remedy just before going to bed ou can treat ymirielf at ElectropoIse put out on trial for lecessary No pain N Incom home No Physician The next morning she found that her cmence The Wafers ire applied locally diawKinff and diatributinK directly four mouths for 10 Send for valuablo upon Ihe flliued part We guarantee au absolute cold had almost entirely disappeared he full treatment consists of cafe tn wry oii During the day sho took a lew doses of book free three formulas A U and C the remedy one teaspoonful at a time Karnula A far rveat cimi WEBB DUBOIS IrauU 11 rr Bun ttre n and at night again took a tablespoonful l tir T tanilnr eaM of SOU tourtb Aventio Coulavllle Ky rrlea Xaeh 1200 Per Box or 8 Soxea for 10 00 before going to bed and on the following Correapondence solicited Reference furnished morning awoke free from all symptoms THE ROYAL CHEMICAL GO 103 BROADWAY CINCINNATI O of the cold Siuco then she has on sev- Â¬ JAMES B PACE eral occasions used this remedy in llko manner with tho same good results and Stemmer and buyer of is much elated over her discovery of so WHARFMASTERS quick a way of curing a cold For sale CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky Also Wholesale and Kctall Dealers In Kincheloe Board Hacdlnsburg Ky AN- DYellow Pine Flooring and Celling Shingles Laths Lime The Best Way to Get a Circuktion Cement Hair Brlok The best way to get a largo circulation Doors Sash and Blinds for a newspaper is to fill it with reading and all kinds of Building Material of genuine interest and real value to Sola A vents for Cloverport Ky Pierces Factory Homestead Fertilizers and Troy make it necessary that every one who wishes to be well informed respecting lone Meal important occurences should study that JN0 P BEVERLY Manager Orders aecompatilned with tho oath promptly newspaper and to render it attractive in MSNBOVNmN filled a literary sense by giving to its columns an Intrinsic character and an engaging r seTivn BririTira wnvriV jT intellectual quality New York Sun FAT PURES DISEASE The Electropoiso gavo me complete re- Â¬ lief from excruciating pain in three applications 1 alsp find it good for treating SOLICITING FOR children for their numerous ailments Co C T Soden with Bridge ford o vi Protective Louisville Ky AND Mr G W Flint of Skylight Kysays I suffered for years with my kidneys Inflammation of the bladder and enlarge After a THIS IS NO HUMBUG ment of the prostrate gland short trial of tho Electropoise I am en- Â¬ tirely relieved and feel twenty years BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT MAN younger Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY I have derived more benefit from tho uso of Electropoise than from all other remedies combined I think it the OF grandest invention of tho age It can Mrs M E not bo praised too highly Gorman Sadieville Ky August 20 Capital Stock 25 000 John II Davis Esq of Barboursvllle Surplus 7 600 Tho Electropoiso is the best all Ky B F DEAHD President around doctor I know of My wife suf- Â¬ WILL MILLER Vlce Prtstdent fered from effects of la grippe for several Ml 11 DEART Cashier years also a complication of other ail- Â¬ Q W BEAUD 1 Â¬ Now sho is entirely well In MOIUirS E8KIUD0K ments Dire tor I digestion bothered me a great deal am U M JOLLT now well Ono of my neighbors is using INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS it for lung trouble and reports improve- Â¬ ment DELICATE As a curative agent the Electropoise ufftrinn from LEUCORRHEA or WHITES can not bo equaled Nearly 1000 have nit find immediate relief and permanent cure by usn been put out from this office in the last three months Tenn N II It pavs cash f5 for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc reported provided it fills same Agents Wanted ngs Â¬ Collectioiigency BANK HAMOTSBURG V WOMEN J Ht Dr LeRoys Uterine Wafers T Jr J GREGORY tt CO Both Red 11 j u BurleyTobacco CURES 5UKUi ULA BLOOD POISON CURES CANCER ECZEMA TETTER BLOOD Crm llekt s s s iTABLERSDII BUCKEYE V lUEl aJ iKa I FOR OINTMENT iCURES A SURE Vu J tltat v SMH H0TH1NG BUI PILES WKMONT MKnlfMI CO woiuAnnrB frire vnoo Mtt0V sn and CERTAIN CURE IB vears as the I BEST REMEDY fcr PILES known for SALS HY A 1 1 HKtJSSIBTS THE PENNYROYAL For wle by OJ1AS S UilM MfuUta sm ma aaa painiaa SSHI9 greufa Kow Vd bjr pv hums A to Sfacirio bmbUIj wdtolnf rtr MM WAFERS fr aa H sure IMoLBTlLY from any inlurious aubataaoa ISMVTaW linmin a 9UHE or rehMd yw PEOPLEeHT wwiUy Jixi VbasT Mae Huatril Mi tt WIWI UHIUMVUIlllll a rear urwtww steaMer SOTm 4vr4d m ruiatlAai iWaT O MARTIN v I maws urmigui CLOVKftPOai li KY c Ssi sLV rT T- mm- Mil --- 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