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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1895 NO 31 y NET CIRCULATION OF THE NEWS IN 1894 J Says R P S 119600 COPIES Â¬ H A product but n creation of tho law of a emigrant Ten years found him with the whole government discharged the sovereign authority and hence all monoy ofhlsdibtto athe Such was the sys Â¬ proprietor of happy home is flat monev tem by which a set ol miserable outcasts were Second That monoy bas no Intrinsic converted In a short space of time Into happy valuo contented and proiperous colonists Â¬ FREE SILVER Has Failod CompleteHis Argumont ly to Meet r P - ty needing capital and needing it badly to accomplish all that has been planned Is Artificial Capital ran bo had It nwalts tho call of honor intelligence and ability In FORTY niLLlON CAKES YEARLY every city of Europe In every city of pnocrcn ft oamole co cin tl the America millions of dollars aro ready to That It is Worthless as Monoy respond to tho call of tho young men of Kentucky of voting men of the South Without tho Government DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPER and tho West when that call Is made in J C BOURNE Stamp tho proper form and under conditions Professor which insure tho return of borrowed Standard Organ All this colonial monoy that history i capital unimpaired CO BROOKS Â¬ BOURNE gives us an account of bore tho requis That is tho situation which every He Quotos From Calhoun Jefferites of money viz stamp and authority young man should consider It matters of government son Hume and Franklin Show- Â¬ Tho following significant paragraph nothing whether ho is a farmer a Let me give one other authority while wo find in our Kentucky exchanges mechanic n builder a miner owner or ing tho Kind of discussing this phase of the subject Tho three banks of Bath county havo the dovoloper of wild lands or tho own- Â¬ When llenjamn Franklin was brought before on deposit 250000 er of a saw mill Every young man if the Parliament of Great Drltian and questioned l my impression that In the present con Here is one county and not a ricli bo is to realize bis hopes If bo expects It as to the cause of the wonderful prosperity grow- Â¬ CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP Money Used in thoir Day and Time dltlon of the world a paper currency Is almost ing up in the colonies he plainly stated that the county at that Multiply it by one hun Â¬ some day to havo easo and comfort must In financial and comini rclil or ora Indispensable cause was the convenlenceMhey found In ex dred and wo havo n total deposit in tho at an early period in his career command tions of civilised and extensive communities It Possessed no Intrinsic changing their various forms ol labor one with county banks of 525000000 KY LOUISVILl credit To use Emersons phrase he BOURBON STOCK YARDS respects It has a vast superiority oer a In many another by the paper money which had been Value This does not belong to the rich It must hitch his wagon to n star metallic currency by It greater cheapness Cred Â¬ adopted that this paper money was not only lightness and the facility of determining the used In the payment of taxes but In addition it belongs to tho farmers to tho small it is a Etnr more commnndlng In its in amount especially In great and extended transto tho mechanic laying up ilucnco than any tho ostrologists have had been declared legal tender It rose two and merchant actions three percent above the par of gold and sliver little by little to buy him a home dreamed of It may throw some light on the subject to RATES The most contrail j located Yet It Was Better Than Gold Be- - state that North Carolina Just after the llnolu as everybody preferred its use After Franklin These numerous small depositors It is tho fashion especially among men E PER DAY Hotel In tho city 2 explained this to the Ilrltish government as the tion Issued a large amount of paper which was real cause of prosperity they Immediately pass would retire any statesman who pro- Â¬ who have failed to denounce wealth causo It Bore tho Requisites ftefyKvrJ35 made rccelveable in dues to her it was also ed laws forbidding the payment of taxes In that posed a law authorizing these banks to that is wealth of otlu rs but no sane made a legal tender A large amount saj beof All Monoy money This produced such great Inconvenience lour and five hundred thousand dollars and great misery to the people that It was the pay their depositors fifty cents on a young man should bo taken in by such a tween remained In circulation alter that period and principal cause of the Ilevolutlon delusion Mil iWUHPaKL Afar great dollar continued to circulate for more than twenty They would retiro any qne who would Wealth is stored energy and you must er reason for a general uprising than the Tea years at par with gold and slher during the and Stamp Act was the taking away of the proposo legislation authorizing these tap Vj You can do it by means of credit ii ivc A s i t 1 1 yrt jStamp and Authority of Govern- - whole lime paper money banks to pay their depositors in clipped Wealth is hunting you tho wealth of Here was money issued by tho author- Â¬ ment Here was perfect money such as is ad- Â¬ gold dollars older men who linvo grown timid or L ity of tho state of North Catolina which vocated by political economists and tbe Yet Senator Blackburn appeals to tired yet havo somo of tho fire of youth TfJTRju jyfi5j57i I ft circulated among the people of that Peoples party It was made receivable tbeso depositors to these and tho sav Â¬ nnd want their money to earn them stato as a general medium of exchange in the revenues for all public dues and ings bank depositors in our towns and -JOHNSON something Fancy Farm Ky Feb 7 1895 ipy JOUI SY1LLE Ky and as a legal tender for the payments demands of every kind and also a full cities and proposes to them a measuro MANAutn Now credit is not created by legisla- Â¬ R P 8 baa got theover Editor News stood at par with gold but it It always legal tender for all debts public and of relief at their expense for tho sil- Â¬ tion Paper money impairs credit A Issue nigbtmare and got it bad The was not based on gold private It was the monoy of civiliza- ver miners of tbe West aho seems depreciated coinago impairs credit of irredeemability specter That money was as honist as tho state enlightened Christianity and Free coinago at 10 to 1 means that tho Public countenance of wrong doing law Â¬ to bo haunting bim to tbe great danger issuing it It possessed no intrinsic valuo tion SALE RAYMOND humanity It was not tbe monoy of bar- Â¬ depositors will accept payment in Bilvcr lessness in every form mob rule cor sup- Â¬ of destroying bis intrinsic valuo whatever barism ignoranco Shylocks and super- Â¬ at twico its market value for the relief ruption in our cities corporate mis Success to tho Nkwb erstition I mean no disrespect at all B B Yet Prof Shacklett says gold only Is stition as that is which is advocated by of Western silver miners management and legislative follies all VMr Kills Stiff is the proud father of a suppose be is honest in his ignorance I must havo in- Â¬ honest monoy monoy the Hardihsburg A my esteemed friend It means that tho wheat raiser tho impair credit and to that extent injure fine girl But to come to tbe question at issue trinsic value Bah I Professor This money possessed all the price of whoso wheat is fixed in Liver- Â¬ the chances nnd cloud the hopes of every R P S bas failed completely to meet speaking of the notes Thomas Jefferson Bush Stiff of Missouri is visiting his pool on a gold basis shall accept 50 young man who is twenty ono years old tho arguments advanced in my last arti Â¬ Issued by the colony of Virginia in 1755 features that any monoy can possess parents at this place stamp and authority of law It had no cents for a bushel of whent nnd tako today cle showing that the value of gold is arti- Â¬ to sustain tho war of that period said We wonder who will bo the lucky one intrinsic value at all yet it rose to two in payment silver at double Its market ficial being givon it by tbe laws of Tho future by all right belongs to tbeso We then Issued bills bottomed on a redeem young men It is rich with promise It the facinator is completed nations for tbe free coinage of gold into ing tax hut beating no Interest These were and three per cent above gold the prico S money god of Professor Sbackletts Why do not tbeso fiatlsts propose for should bo richer In fruition legal tonder money and I want tboread Mufllers aro getting to bo very fash Kentucky received and never depreciated a single farthWith every pair 01 Shoes v intrinsic adoration Let my distin tbe government to buy all the wheat at is a goodly heritrgo and it holds for ionable especially black ones - era to note this paint He dared not ing H you aro entitled to a guess H 1 a bushel and all the corn at SO cents friend understand once for all those entitled to it for thoso who known touch it These bllfs recelveablo in the revenues guished Miss Nellie Shaw contemplates golmr Guess tho number of card re- - of the stato and payablo for demands Tho poor man who has hard work in bow to use it boundless opportunities that there is not any such thing in ex- Â¬ Ho quotes R T Eleyas saying 0 to McDaniels on n pleasure trip soon 0 seeds in in gold or anything else as in- good times to save anything is tired of If he against tho state stood always at par with istence But unless credit imblic credit can bo deemable paper money is good f Mr Mr nnd Mrs Illoom Parr visited It Is a creature of bis hard times trinsic value E means redeemable in specie I answer gold mnlntaiutd unless we can poor though and Mrs John lrymire of Preston Sun- Â¬ dolimagination It is a hallucination a will not make times easier to give we be unless wo can inxpiru the rich It there never was strictly speaking a Where was their iutrinsio value day lar of redeemable paper money issued in They had none Hut the Profefior -- ays phantom conjured up by tbe money two prices for silver for you must pay with confidence in our intergity confid- Â¬ Miss Ktta May Allen of Preston visit- Â¬ mononoliHta of the world to frighten for silver in wheat nnd corn and cotton ence in our charactor confidence in our any country on earth money must have intrinsic vslne to S v ed Misses Jaule and Cora Hendry Suu S timid proftHKors and old women and and the labor of a day ability and energy nnd fair play confid Â¬ Again he quotes T E Wilson as an be good 3 Prizes Offered will not make monoy easy or more ence In our willingness a i well as In our day t eminent authority to prove that a dollar chihhen It The colony of Massachusetts in 108 A Mr Jesso Cash man goes to 5Ir Mer Nixt w t k I shall pay my respects to abundant to givo two prices for ullver ahllitj to pay capital will never come to to be honest must be worth as much aix i are before the great Sli looks funk Wo wonder what tho L Ht L for we would at once lone 500000000 of our nsNistanct to your nslstanc and we cerB v ry often without the government stamp as with of England came into existence Umtd gnlij and unlilalati rn more particularly First best Guess 200 lbs sugar J II A gold wIP irow oh In nn a ilug lost opportuni- - attraction is t Wilson is not an eminent econom- Â¬ seVHti thousand pounds in notes from 100 Second E ist he was only a hired man on the flvH shillings t five pounds red finable Free silver will hulp the sp ulntora tlrWe nro very clad to hear that Mrs 00 Third LODIBURG and the silver uiltiu but it will not New York World employed to assist in in taxes that U in the inevitalh t btb Ihe hi ttli Hunt of thin doubt rests John Merctr who hits been ill for somo help tho laboring man ma nb with tujoun rmeu of Kentucky keeping the common people eternally at of those who held the pap r and o all Additional to our prizes time is much better Mr B F Hardin is sick at this writ Â¬ But we ate told b tho advuraUs of Oik oil ha rs nhis low many of them loggerheads 6ver the tariff Again citizens who owned property These wo are giving somo great bar Â¬ regular appoint Â¬ Itev Wood filled bis fren silver It will help tin dtbtor buvt halted r turned tistdc following ment at this place Sunday and preached quoting thlajmo free trader he says notes though not absolutely pe feet ing gains in our A gold dolafwhonest for no part of money such as is advocated by tue Peo Â¬ the will o the wlep flat money They a very interesting sermon Three cheers for J II A and a sigh class Well does Kentucky tho great Stato are preaching false doetrlno at every VjUtrecs its value depends on tho treasury ples party yet they wero monoy to the for R P S fc Deo Ilasham Lillle Avltt Bush Â¬ Shoe stamp extent that the law made them moiey wife of J of Kentucky with all her bouiulh m re- cro ioiuls They are explaining n new and Ottis Still and Mack Hall were tho pKTjrn F bruary Oth to tho sources belong to the debtor rlnss Are metl ed for payiug old debta This is both false and absurd Hon viz receiveable for taxes in the public L Parks a boy They aio guests of Miss Nettle Cashman Sunday our people bankrupt esty is a human quality virtue and is revenues In 1692 the colony ordored telling you that you can get rich speedily Miss Allie Keys of Illinois is visiting Nick Mercer and Will Allen have gono Not if Bath couuty has 250000 on de Â¬ by calling 40 cents a dollar and two pecks not applicable to money or material that these notes should be received by in the neighborhood Dont to Missouri on a business trip posit in its thiee banks things at all And a gold dollar is not tho treasury at five per cent over toln n bushel and eighteen inches a yard Miss Dee Basbam has returned from Kentucky is not n poverty stiickon They aro telling you that it is easier to grieve girls they will bo back before as much without tbe government This flat brought them at once to par worth Well save you money on tho Sample stamp as with it State and it is not disposed to comproÂ¬ get rich by repudiation by paying GO long purchaso of a pair of Shoes with gold and they stayed there for a visit to her parents at LMTss Pearl Gibson of Cloverport ia mise what debts it owes at 60 cunts on cents on n dollar than by hard labor and Nick Mercer and Will Allen go to tho R P 8 quotes Mr R G Horr an twenty years until taken up in tho rev White Hou6o twico a week to havo visiting her brother W H Gibson and the dollar eminent writer of New York says Put enues of tho colony self denial and paying all you owe dollar Not All their horses shod so tboy say but wo Tho debtor class and tbe creditor class for dollar a gold dollar ink the stone and melt Professor point out others Let tho doughty A Ilarvoysald heexpectfd no man over think thero is n greater attraction it into a nugget and it will buy as much where the intrinsic value of this money Miss Bobbie Hardin bos returned from are not separated by u great gulf Ignorance in this form as before Just as likely you may be No indeed Lodlburg tho party at Mr came in a weeks visit to Mrs Gus Gibson of farmer bas some money on deposit and forty years of age to accopt his theory of some wheat at tho mill nnd some tobacco the circulation of tho blood Tho young L W Avltts didnt freezo out either Superstition I ono of tho lucky threo David Humo speaking of tbe Lipid Cloverport This offer will closo April Right That is Just what it is ignor- Â¬ growth ol the colonies and cause of their tyth W Basham basputchasod the Clay at the warehouse He is tho creditor of men of Kentucky should get at tho truth we had a large crowd nnd u delightful Â¬ 15th 1805 ance and superstition The Professor properltysaid Wo also had a nice party at Mr and cling to It nnd tho truth about cred tlmo of Lodlburg the bank of tho mllbr of tho ware comb farm one mile west Everlasting bargains at tho house Ho owes bis merchant and to it confidence and currency is plain and John Browns a few ulgbts ago seems to fear that even tho disposition of In our colony of Pennsylvania the land itpaid 375 and is moving this week commodity is colne1 and this extent he is a member distinct and certain When any man tbe government to issue legal tender self which Is the chief If reporta are true I suppose there ia Buoklens Arnica Salve His merchant lias bought goods on six tolls you tho government by its fiat can paper money would unsettle values and passed Into circulation A planter Immediately he purchases any land can go to a public office more than one heart made glad by tbe Great Bargain Store months time ho la a debtor until it is mako money of any value turn your back disturb tbe commercial relations of soci and receive notes to the amount of half the value Tho Best Salve in the world for Cute That is right of paid but he has sold lib stock to on him Louisville Post ty Tho danger of over issues menaces of his land which notes he employes In pay return our home boys Sores Ulcers SaltlUieumFover Bruises Return to the gal I left behind his customers so he is a creditor as well boys Sores TetterChappod HandsCbilblains inents and they circulate through the colony by the welfare and happiness of mankind Constancy constancy me notes Issued to any one plantThe Corns and all bkin Eruptions and posand bo is it with all society that is indus- Â¬ He thinks tho peoplo havent got sense convention The Genuine Merit GEO itively cures Piles or no pay required to exceed a certain sum whatever of er were not valuo of the land secondly every IToo Jarred raised the finest crop of trious enough to regulate the quantity might be the Of Hoods Sarsaparilln wins friends It is guaranteed to give perfect satis this part of Senator Fair died owing 1000000 J he money necessary to enable them to per- Â¬ planter Is obliged to pay back Into the public corn that has been raised in Price -- j wherever it is fairly and honestly tried faction or money refunded YEAKEL form their business transactions on an office every year one tenth of his notes The tho country for quite a while He found belonged to the debtor class The man onta per box For sale by A It Fisher of corn with thirty four rowa of who sponges on his friends has bor- Â¬ To havo perfect health you must have is of course annihilated In ten years a ear equitable basis Ho does not believe tbe whole pure blood and the best way to have is again allowed him to take out grain on the cob and any amount with which CO He after notes toIthalf the value of the land GARFIELD peoplo capable of self government rowed of every body and pays no ono new Who can ho belongs with Senator Fair to the puro blood Is to tako Hoods Sarsaparilln twenty six to thirty from thinks they must depend on the chance Rev John T Twells of London an boat it the best blood purifier and strength Oh for warm weather onco moro BRANDENBURG KY debtor class production of two worthless metals from able English writer speaking of tho builder It expels all taint of scrofula the mines for their supplies of money The young folks of thla neighborhood But even these are not benefitted by Mrs Sallle llarned ia on tho sick Hst American colonial flnauces referring to salt rheum and all other humors and at If this is not ignorance and superstition are anticipating a glorious time for the repudiation by clipping the coin by Mr George Basham went to Ilardins- Pennsylvania said tlmo builds up tho whole sys Â¬ Â¬ SALE I dont know what It Is next few daya on account of several visit- cheap money by any lowering of our tho same burg Monday tem Nothing in the hlstoty of the world Is like He argues that the government stamp their progress It was a wise and bencAclal sys ing and expectation of wedding bells standards wife of JJorn February Cth to tho Hoons Pius are prompt and efficient adds no value and takes none away tem and Its effects were most conducive tci the Thoso vistlting are Mack Payne Bush The man who intends to pay wants an BESTIN QUALIT MOST IN QUANTITY Oeorgo Bell a girl Yet he now comes out for free coinage happiness of the people Hall the value of his Stiff and Abo Miller from Missouri for a opportunity to work to sell to invest to 25c Mre Mamio Gregory was tho guest of of silver putting a 100 cenji stamp on GO land was advanced to the head of the family in short stay also LIge and Larkln Gibson trade-- ho wants business to revive and as money With these which Mrs Mary Bell Sunday of Cloverport Ob what a glorious time capital to return and times to get good rents worth of bullion adding 40 cents notes he couldcirculated TOBINSPORT IND hire labor and purchase imple notes tyMr John Blako baa been appointed ThI will never be until we have finan- Â¬ worth of value tq the bullion in a Bllver ments of husbandry and cattle and thus where wo are going to have dollar What an example of consist without these notes one acre could be cleared cial peace and under tho system of free Your correspondent has been on tho Deputy Clerk bore by Mr Cunningham cultivated and stocked In ayear tenwouldby the coinage financial peace is impossible tency I Tbe many frienda of Mr Ellsha Sim ROCK HAVEN sick list for somo time but is better WHITES CREM assistance of the paper money advanced be re Louisville Post now Tills Is all that Is worth noticing in the claimed from the forest and rendered product mona will be pleased to hear ho ia able Â¬ Hadon Mllea went to Louisville Wed Tho old moon sign we used to havo to bo up again ive Professors last article Have you Iteueweil joiirSnbscrlii for counting snows baa most miserably Mr Mart Rogers went to Tar Fork I desire now to put for his considers- - Thus hope entered the dwelling oflhxpoor nesday FOR 20 YEARS Jack Cooper of Indiana came across tion for 1803 failed this wiuter Saturday to attend the funoral ct his Bition and answers the followlngquestione Has led all WORM Remedies LOOK OUT I EVERY I0TTLE fiUAMNTEED FIret What la honest money Itev Shirk a missionary preacher waa ster Miss Rogers for breakers on a cake of ice A Builneti Making Book Second Will you please point out ahead when pun Mrs Tonnie Miles of Buck Grove was here last week and preached several Tdlsa Efllce Macy who haa been visit Â¬ A hNJ W IT tons bolls car-Â¬ Every business mau ought to read plug gome money somewhere that ia not flat BICH1BD10 iuukiic6 ing her cousion MIsa Emma Bell re- Â¬ buncles nnd like in town Monday a money making sermons at the Baptist church Dollars ami Sense money manifottitloii of Mrs Lizzie Wathen waa a paeenger book by Natbl O Fowler Jr tbe lead- Â¬ Nearly everybody Just now is trying to turned homo Saturday Impure Mood p Third What ia your idea of an honest Madam rumor says we aro to have a Thursday en ing expert on business and advertising claim kin with the Hyde family They pear They on tho east bouud train I standard of value wouwurt appear route home aro looking for a largo fortune from EngÂ¬ weddiug in our town soon Wonder who 18 chapters illustrated with 100 platca UyourblixKlvtrra Fourth If there were no gold or all tbe happy man will be Itr jcr pure anii your Ed Uiner and Ed McAteo of Lodi- - nreeenting every ftylo of ellectlvu adver-Â¬ land and all tho heirs aro wonderfully rt ver woald pwinle be obliged to dn with Mr Fred Webb of Virginia ia visit In tbe firstcm elated It is said there Is three huudred ue pres Â¬ tisement with examples of reading r bt condition uurit catm up Mtuuruay niiiii to out money 7 ing bis uncle here James Webb he will rcAVEATSJRADEI 1 iey siiovr yeu ent at t ie tlauce and seeMieir beat girl It tells and sixty thousand dollars In money and probably remain hero this year notices circulars and hiadlinea Fifth What U intrinsle value what you need 1 ruun 1 other valuables or them If they can be Quit a nice danae waa given at the tbe plain truth about advertising and a good blood-pa- Sixth What makes the bullion in a The party at Mr Burroll Whitwortha I OBTAIN A PATENT t rlHip tliatawbAt home ol Mm Tbersbury Saturday night exposes ineffective methods Any read able to provo themselves tho Identical Wednesday night was quite a an cm a in of the gold dollar worth Hih turn vaJh w OoltUa hw vw oh get wtMB you UA Dr Pi ilathspatMt tnilBM O r in honor of her pitr Mlw Ruth Crlt erof the Breckkn bukuc News who will heirs If they should be aucceaaful it apile ofyjlio bad weather sola Those pres lit auuftdwtMJ jLHsiaMiaor sa es bring a large amount of money in send check postal noteor postage stamps will ooMtraliu jtUo tenia SMI ra aMitef gamfcaa tKfiwitiiit AUWoodBkta of Ktuplietwpurt la Ucwrlw deelre he Prfvwor t gl vr explicit this neighborhood All Interested In ent were Misses Eflle and Clara Macy SirmMJ wa sSsifrs twuika a i7il awt Scalp DiwaMa from a uatatimn woteta iJMliSn mmI eaWgorleal mwwui tq these ques Â¬ or rapWoo to Mm wont HcMtik are car W quit envy thaw eorrwpotidta to the value of twenty five cents to The Nettle Bell Jasle Brown Joale ami Sarah Boston Maaa will re- Â¬ tbe affair met at Home laat Saturday MaUaotlMlb miA7aiHmBK awr purl a4 tion Clear ami eleaaewt amwera will Uy It It tavtaonttas tberowan every organ who have so many brilliant wedding to Trail Company to make tbe nec scary arrangemonta DrUkelf Ollie and Ellaa Macy Eflle and MriobM tba blood and 7 write of ami so ummv beautiful brkUa to ceive the bosk by prepaid mail UUpl much mty aad fog aurroHBding Emma Minnie Pool Matlle Johnson Into htvdtftful action In tM moat auUont sN to prosecute their claims an oil UK mmw mmmum wun m imm BtJt rbwiui forma of Skin Dtowtw mm We havVt bad a wUlg nla position Ir thla debate Bell Mesaw Warn and Warnle Macy aU A Kryrfpata OartwneU and describe Dr Prlcaa Crm Bkhc Pw4w Bcapua ft - IbMHMr Miuutv tuasair I haw already jpove la fomer arfl kltatrad ftiliiMut and with Scrofula In every alow rhrtytuiftfl but never tniml thrt WrM Burell Brawn Aba Ootupton Jeaale and HtafcM M4l mI tMiQi Cry eloa iktM Md ail blood taint K it talk to beiv- - la always a calm below a atortn anil we Frank Coup-ton- WillBcll Bstluay r prdiet a wedding aoo Babbage for ttitVf uruUltltig gootjt life That oNMf it ot a malar q AT That tho Valuo of Gold Â¬ Third That monoy derives its value from tho limitation of its quantity I have established my position by the testimony of the ablest thinkers nnd writers on political economy by the decis Â¬ ions of the highest courts by tho authority of able constitutional lawyers and by tho exerciso of puro reason which in its proper sphere is infallible The only authority quoted on tho other side bas been simply tho dictum of Prof Shacklett nnd tho personal judgment merely of a writer or two of note and the purchased opinion of a nowspnper writer Now I want to quote some historical testimony On tho 18th of September 1837 press Â¬ ing tbe issue of government paper money to relieve tbe government and the peo Â¬ ple then floundering In a general lunk suspension John 0 Calhoun said Â¬ Â¬ What does tho Professor say to this Will HolpThe Speculators and Tho picture Was not that money honest Silvor Minors but Not tho and sound oven though it possessed no moro intrinsic value than docs tho Laboring Man argument of tho Professor for tho metal- Â¬ lic standard Let mo say onco more at tbe risk even of repetition that two things are neces Â¬ What Froo Coinago at 16 to I sary to mnko monoy stamp nnd author- Â¬ Moans ity of government He who bas nut this does not know tho first learned elementary principles of money even though lie wear tho honored titlo of From Tho Standpoint of a Single To Young Kentuckiaus All over the state thousands of young men aro entering on careers of their own eager sober ambitious Industrious relying solely on their personal character nnd Individual energies for success There you havo one clement of pros perity for tbe state tbcro is labor abili- Â¬ lV0RYS50APi A Vi u1 I t It Fj pats r -- i HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttfflftD wr I Â¬ BIG SHOE Â¬ 1 Good Â¬ Sweet Thing Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pumpkin - Â¬ Department Â¬ Thats 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BIG SHOE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jf WORMS vermifuge 4 ia Â¬ fostr Jsl 35 I J Â¬ vur fa KatsLPisvsweKSXs vJr HOT nzrKVBsrzx Ttr 11 VAaUT fk Children 1 fr PItohrs Ojurtarl 1 aW rUSt tf i- A1 MWUMP 4ipPWWIIWip 0M nw THBV 3HBiOM3SIRLl33ei tV 1r i NRW8 aLOVKHPeMK BEWLEYVILLE Mr Frank Wndo was in town Tuesday T J Jolly was in Hnnlinsburg Mou- - HW jgweiagtSBgwaarvr sg f ETirt - 2S Breckenridge Jbo D A Vi News and Froprlatrs 2P 1895 L HARDINSBURG H BRANDENBURG Dec Pusey went to Louisville lust Sat unlay night for n little trip Mrs Joe Wool folk and son Gtorge wcro with Mrs II C Woodson Sunday Misses Mat tie nnd Emma Dec McGehee 1 II were guests on Sunday of Mis 0 Bapsage Editor W TIME TABLE GOlKfl v M WIRT WEDNESDAY FEMUJAKY SabiorlBtton Paiienger Dally arr HardlnibnrgUilJ pm Homo Price 8100 a Year In Advance If raid at th End of the Ttar S125 Pauenger Dally arr llardlnibarc- - 7t40 am hit nnd coAstlna by tho young pcoplo and children Mies Allle Beid wears tlio bluo ribbon as being tho most graceful skimmer over frozon surfaces Mbs Zula Mnlin takes the red There cer Â¬ tainly must be fascli ation in tho sport from the vigorous manner it is pursued It was a novel sight in my day to see n vk now baby boy at Bion Gth Feb Little Shoes FOR THE v Jollys born SIX PAGES More than 100000000 of gold lins been deposited with tlio trovernment as the result of the last salo of bonds Secretary Curllsle had ns well preparo to pack his grip and como to Kentucky The freo sllverltes nro in tfie fight to stay EmiiT Inches of snow fell at new Or Â¬ leans one day last week The cold snap has extended farther South this year than usual TitK United States Senate has passed bills for the appropriation ol 75000 for a public building at Newport Ky and well 50000 for one at Fnris Ky Mr It E Woods attorney Louisville was here a couple of days last week at- Â¬ Judoe Sterling B Toney of Louisvllli has quit the contest for a seat on the tending court Court of Appeals bench with his Re- Â¬ Mr Samuel Sulzer of Cannelton and publican opponent St John Boyle Mr Julius Nolte of Cloverport were v hicli seats tlio latter here last Monday Frank Haswell has traded his house A NUMPErt of hungry dogs went out and lot in town to Walter Clark for his from Lebanon a few days ago and at Â¬ farm Mr Haswell will move about the tacked a pen of cattle a short distance first of March from that town and seriously injured The suit of Mrs Meador against the twenty four out of thirty head Hardinsburg and Cloverport Turnpike Co for 5000 damages is in progress at The members of the State Central Hardinsburg to day Committee have fixed June 25 at Iniis Mr Early editor of the Cannelton ville as the time and place for holding the State Democratic Convention at Telephone was here last Friday as a uliicli nominations are to bo mado for witness for plaintiffs in the case of the News against A J Gross State offices This column stated last week that Pas Judge Mercer of Hnrdinsburjr and tor Breeding had taken his departure Mr J A Dean of Owensboro couusel Tills was a mistake It should have said Our bsloved pastor is for the News in its suit against Gen Porter his son Mr Dean is still with us and preached two of the Gross did us good service one of the brightest lawyers that comes finest sermons last Sunday that ho has given us since he has been on the cir- Â¬ to the Breckenridge bar cuit Notice Mr Winebrinuer will not be llov J Proctor Knott sent a letter to Washington a few days since bearing on able to buy any tobacco on account ol the financial situation wbieli stirred the prices but will furnish the hogsheads Honorable Secretary of the Treasury not and prize tobacco for the farmers on a little The Secretary thinks ho may reasonable terms at this point Notice Tho partnership known as have business in Kentucky later on Co has been dissolved Mr De Miller Tin death of Hon Isaac 1 Gray will Haven wilt continue in business Mi be a great loss to the Democrats of In- Â¬ Miller going out All persons indebted He was a great statesman and to Miller Co will please come forward diana the party in Indiana had great admira- Â¬ and settle at once Co Mil led tion for him He was a leader and since the death of Hendricks the most popu- Â¬ February 1805 lar man in the State Â¬ Joe Gray gels fivo years in tho peni- Â¬ tentiary was hero Mr D P Curry Louisville last Monday The grand jury returned about thirty indictments Commonwealths Attorney Chclf left for homo Monday Mrs Eliza Taylor Bosctta Is visiting Mrs V G Babbage Mr D 11 Severs Henderson Ky was here last Monday Bev W B Snecd is holding a pro- Â¬ tracted meeting at Sample Mr J A Dean went down to Glen dcane last Saturday to visit his father VMrTArthur Board is here this week visiting his sictcr Mrs Coleman Has Caspcrke Prof McAuliflis came down from Louisville Saturday night to spend Sun Â¬ FJ day at home Mr and Mrs Tom Jenkins nee Nellie McGehee attended the services Sunday at the Baptist church Senator Lindsay on the currency In last issue of tho News is the most sensi Â¬ ble concise laconic article Ive noticed Ho brings the financial question to n focus Have the moral courage to do what ono conceives is duty regardlces of what They say who is they say anyhow Be sure you are right and go ahead The Lord ever is on the side of justice As You Like It was collapsed by the thermometer Lent will retire so many from the list that the next assemblage will be a post leiiten rtunlon The B C Circle will continue as it is not one of gayety I notice Father York is training a choir of youthful vocalists in his church When St Maitin was at Louisville dedicated I was forcibly struck witli his very rich sweet voice nnd knew he was a musician of cultivation and experience Mr and Mrs G II Casperke and Miss Bettio Clarkson will leave Thursday for New Orleatis to see the Mystic Krewe procession and other features of the Carnival Mrs J W Bichardson and Mrs It II Nevitt had made all prepa- Â¬ rations for the trip but will not go by rail They may go later The trip by boat is a most pleasant one and they will not regret postponing their visit Tho coal fbet has been quite a bonan- Â¬ za to our citizens They have gotten coal for five cents at river and ten deliv- Â¬ ered It has also given work to bo mo who were needing it and again tho old adage of the ill wind comes in The tow boat has broken tho ice around her and the Captain thinks shes safe but the way the ice gives away will determine the situation better than opinions and speculation Brother Walton gave us such an ex- Â¬ cellent sermon last Sunday on how to accept trials and tribulations to redound to spiritual welfare and how to bo deliv Â¬ ered from temptation We had an in teresting Sunday School too last Sunday Mrs Geo Casperke is my teacher nnd her class will miss her while shes in N O but Mis Dr Hardin will supply her place a conscientious good woman ns in fact all of our teachers and ofliccrs are in botli of tho Sunday Schools Sec to it that only eximplary men nnd women fill such placts Mgr SatollI praises the ptess of Amer- Â¬ ica and appreciates its usefulness and speaks warm words of encouragement in its behalf Ho says over tho door of every newspaper building should bo in Of scribed Truth Justice Honor All For All Then we can read with out books the record of centuries of civil religious and moral virtues The News is fully up to the kained mans motto and we know public opinion is no where as powerful as in our own United States and in no country can it be better studied than through the press of our country Let us hope Juno 25th w ill demonstrate that the mission of the Democratic party Is not ended Its usefulness has been fearfully impaired for the present per Â¬ haps by temporary reverses and inade Â¬ quate leadership lias greatly retarded its success but more party attachment and not so much laxity when it comes to voting will swing the pendulum all right and lift tho party out of the rut where it has fallen from fatal mistakes It is a time for unity patience apd courage I regretthat I failed to mako mention of tho burial hereof Mrs Lou Board of Ekron who for so many years was a highly respected citizen and consistent member of the Methodist church of our Mrs Board was a patron of mine town and my husbands for years and we both esteemod her highly as a true filcnd nnd an upright consistent woman of many viitues I am still much attached to all of her children to wliom I extend sym Â¬ pathy also to tho lonely companion Dr B L Moore candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Ball load CommUmoner from this district His countenance asks for its support adorned this paper lost issuo ind if there is anything in phrenology and physiog Â¬ nomy firmness will power and dtcision of character nro plainly discerned Democracy is the dominant characteristic which he knows how to handle in a quiet scientific manner and gives us tho im pression that ho is an eutirely safe man to follow in tho coming contest Mr Will Ashcraft our School Commissioner is much Interested in pushing to completion the graded school question He is ably seconded by our enterprising citizens who realize that a good school builds up a town more than any other institution inducing others to come in as well as keeping those already here besides having our boys and girls under home influence In the end it all means an increase of business and trade for the community generally An es Â¬ tablished school well conducted will redound to every ones interest Those Burning Questions answered by J H A may not bo sound DemocÂ¬ racy but all tho same tho author is sound undeniably on ono question that our News is the fairest and most and liberal Democratic paper extant that its editors aro high minded hon- Â¬ But why did he orable gentlemen allude to an aorial navigation trip of Sirocco He and 8 l J and It P S have tlio field Let Sirocco continue to smoke his pipe of peace If he comes again that descent will be as of old Better leave hlui tojils Bachelor Rev Â¬ eries but week wwj given over to skating Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ young lady with skates on and when Miss Ll7zle Seymour the Into Mrs Hugh Phillips came here and could really skate wo flocked to the ponds to witness licr graceful maneuvers and some learned then tho now popular amusement The wall of distress and pleas for char- Â¬ ity this severe weather reach us from all points That tho milk of human kind ness flows in many lives is daily exem Â¬ plified and gorgeous apparel and dazzling toilets can cover as warm sympathetic hearts as more humble uniforms Still the old adage about the ill wind is also verified and is strikingly illustrated in these blizzards which are a veritable wind fait to the unemployed of largo cities in tho business of removing snow nnd ice from pavements and door steps Harvesting a big ice crop furnishes em Â¬ ployment for crst while idle men thou Â¬ sands of them stowing away tho summer luxury After all if joys and woes plenty and want employed and unim ployed were placed in Juxta position An the scale would balance and why Omnipotent hand is guiding and nothing is left to chance Theres a lesson in the elements isnt there 7 On last Saturday morning Will Fon- Â¬ taine oldest child of Mr and Mrs James Fontaine exchanged mortality for im- Â¬ mortality Will was in his 22nd year and had not been hi good health for a number of years and though tho best of medical attention was rendered here and in Louisville ho declined steadily till death released him from care and suffering Will was kind and generous to ids mother obedient to his father and uflectionate towards brothers and sister They stand face to face with a great be- Â¬ reavement but the Nazirene step3 forth nnd says Come unto me yo who labor and aro heavy laden and I will give you rest He hears every moan but is ablo to lead them through darkness into the cternnl light of love and trust The miracle is wrought by faith which the parents possess and Which the younger Without faith in loved ones will learn sorrow we aro wretched beyond measure with it we can bear all things for it is a gift of God Song and praise service at the Baptist church conducted by Mr J D Bichardson nnd Mr James Bryant over the remains was held at 2 p m Sunday and interment at Brandenburg cemetery A great many relatives and friends were present To say something is one thing to prove it is another Wo cant prove that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is tlio best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont agree with us you get your money back Haynes Olovtr For sale by Short port Dr B II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Bosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky Miss Illle Smith conlinues her fllny at Mr Benvins Mrs 7 T Stlth is now reveling in Home Comfort Mr Blanfotd ran off to Hardinsburg to attend Court too W W Kenth lias been at Hardins Â¬ burg on Petit jury Mrs Seaman of Louisville come among us to assist in the meetirg A T Stlth attended court nt Hardins- Â¬ burg a couple of days this week Miss Vera Paul of Vino Grove is vis Â¬ iting tho family of Mr O P Paul Bro Snyder filled his pulpit Saturday and Sunday at 11 oclock Feb 10th and 17th Mrs Tom Ditto is much better and will probably soon bo nblo to return 9 Little People FOR VERY CLIFTON MILLS of the Courier Journal calls Eugene Beauchamp served on the for harmony among Democrats who are Petit jury Inst week to assemble in convention at Louisville Mr Dell Springate of Garfield visited June 25 Yes well we think so but at John Awbry last Saturday the same timo wouldnt it bo well Mr Frank Awbry of Bockvac visited enough for the Courier Journal to keep Ills parents at Clifton last week In the middle of the road himself the Wheat that is not well protected by while snow is greatly injured by tho dry freez The editor Â¬ The Hon Isaac 1 Gray United States A cousin of Mrs J M Fitch Miss Minister to Mexico died with pneumonia Keys of Marshall Ills visited Iter a In 18SI Mr Gray was elected Governor few days last week of Indiana on the Democratic ticket Many farmers aro now fed out and Ho received the Mexican mission by appointment from President Cleveland will havo to buy feed with which to He was a man whom the Democrats make another crop John Hatfield and Mrs Bobt Morris held in high esteem will be married to morrow John thinks Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that marriage is fashionable now Bush Stiff Mack Payne and Abiam Contain Mercury Miller of Missouri are visiting relatives As mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange and friends around Lodiburg Farmers are greatly delayed from their the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such ar- Â¬ usual spring work on account of the ticles should never bo used except on continued snow nnd cold weather prescriptions from reputable physicians With the exception of a few cases of as the damage they will do is ten fold to la grippo and few serious cases of the the good you can possibly derive from blues tho health of our community was them Halls Catarrh Cure manufact- Â¬ never better at this time of the year ured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O B A Parks shipped a coap of fine S contains no mercury and is takon L Wyandottes to Cloveland Ohio Feb internally acting directly upon the blood 18 consisting of ten hens and one cock- Â¬ and mucous surfaces of the system In erel for which he realized 25 in ex buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo suro you cliaugo for other thoroughbred stock get the genuine It is taken internally Mr Editor as there is no regular cor- Â¬ and made in Toledo Ohio by F J respondent from this place and as all lit Cheney Co Testimonials free tlo villages should be represented In tSTSold by Druggists price 75c per your columns thinking too that I would bottle not be Intudlng on any one I shall en Â¬ deavor to contribute a few items from BALLTOWN tliis placo for a short time Farmers appear very much aggravated Success to the News and all who read over tho weather wanting to sell out go Mlas Lillie May Iate is on the sick east west north and Bouth Ac on ac list count of tho last years drouth followed Itov Williams preached at Iisgah by i severo winter but we should ro Sunday member there is one who rules this AH Hawkins and wife went to Clover nation that makes no mistakes and jwt shopping Thursday doeth all things well and for our best Charles Knapp has returned to Ball interest and wo should learn to take Tnwii in inula It IiIh flltllri liomn things as they como not as we would Born to tho wife of Mr Frank Mfiy have them so arouse from your despon- Â¬ tlnelv a bounclnir bov Saturday lGth V dency bo cheerful hopeful and content- Â¬ Pisgah Literary Society has proven a ed and go forward this spring with new zeal with now courage and fixed resolu- Â¬ success which meets every Saturday tions and mako tlio greatest effort of night your life and in so doing you will reap Mr Virgil Wilson passed through an abundant harvest town Friday to bid his brother and sis- Â¬ The first snow of any consequence ter God speed on their journey South came the 20th of Dccotnber and with nnd West tlio exception of seven days the ground There was a largo congregation out to has been covered for eight weeks and hear tho funerals of Mr and Mrs Tom wo thluk there was but ono day during Thurmana children which was preach- - this time that tho ground was entiroly od at Tar Fork by Bov Bobert Phillips clear of snow and this in connection Tar Creek and Beach Fork will have with a continual piercing wind driving a joint debate Wednesday night March the thermometer to zero and below has Gth at Millers Hall in Taulton We made it tlio severest winter that many also learn there is to be an exhibition at ever experienced Stock has suffered Tauls school house March 2d severely where poorly sheltered and it Balltown people aro pleased with the should teach u this lesson that in the editorials in the News here of late Such fall wo should go with hammer boards has gained subscribers in Balltown vi Â¬ and nails make tight secure and com- Â¬ cinity There aro thirty six copies of fortable every building from tho resi Â¬ the News which como to this office dence to tho poultry houso as comfort- Â¬ weekly able quarters denoto less food and loss ing weather GROVELAND Held over from last week Lecture of life Iluve yon Ileueivcd your Subscript Feb 27th I will begin a series of lecÂ¬ Being pressed from all UoHfor I BUS tures again aides will venture to announce to the ROYAL Powder paWlc Why am I a Ootholic HighMt of mil la KiV G Bonn Ni etuis Btrftjtfk V 8 Wverameot Report PwtormJUM Baking kvnlng Joo Smith visited his sister Mrs Gus Bruner Sunday Mr J T Jones of Ekron was in our neighborhood tliis week Some of our farmers shipped some fat hogs to Louisville this week Mr Dan Roberts sr was the guest of his sister Mrs O Miles Sunday Bov J O Willett filled his appoint- Â¬ ment at Stithton Saturday nnd Sunday Mr Jako Shacklett sr of Hill Grove visited his mother Mrs Sallie Kendall last week Last Sunday the remains of Mr Ben Wright were interred in the Buck Grove cemetery Messrs Press Peer Andrew Carrico and Will Jones were guests at the parson Â¬ age Sunday afternoon Bov A B Willett wifo and baby of Harrisburg 111 we hear are to be in our neighborhood soon Mrs Kate Kllnglrsmith and sister of Big Clifty are visiting their parents Mr nnd Mis D Montgomery Miss Boso Allen Wilbur and Lillio Willett returned to Ekron Sunday even- Â¬ ing to resume their studies Miss Mattie B Taylor quite a charm Â¬ ing littlo blonde of Stlths Valley is visiting in our neighborhood this week Misses Eula Jones nnd Taylor say they enjoyed quite a nice slolgh ride Saturday aftornoon think it was the company not the ride A party composed of Messrs Andrew Carrico Press Peer Will Jones and Will Carrico attended tho LIteary Society at Ekron Fridiy night Mr Creed Haynes of Willow Dale passed through our town Monday en routo for Mr Henry Smiths on a horse trade Success to you Creed Mr Davo Henry and wife of Mul draugh came down Saturday morning and returned Monday They were guests of their parents Mr Ben Carrico and wife Mr Knott Payne passed through Grovcland Sunday evening enroute for Ekron which seems to be the center of attraction for all those in the surrounding country who are seeking literary at Â¬ tainments Our estimable young bachelor Mr James Allen who owned a farm in con- Â¬ nection with his brother-in-laMr Sam Dawns has lately had his portion of tho farm divided oltto himself Look here Jim what dees this mean It looks rather suspicious On last Sunday Mr and Mrs Jake Shacklett jr of near Salem entertained a number of friends Among those pres Â¬ ent were Mr and Mrs Ben SuaekleU Mrs Dan Roberta and daughter Miss Jennie MravBettie JliobardeoB sow and daughter Dr WilleU and family Mr Chas Shacklett of Milan and Misses Lulajmd Lena Willett A most pleas Â¬ ant day was rwased with our youn Iriends Â¬ home Bro Hawkins nnd Miss Lillie Joyce of Louisville still remain working in our meeting Deputy sheriff Gardner was in town Friday looking up witnesses for the Wilhoitc case Mrs Bobert Hardaway and son are visiting a host of relatives and friends in our neighborhood W II Cain Sr was Eomewiiat indis Â¬ posed the first of the week but we nre glad to note he is well now Misses Mary and Katie Allen of West Point havo been among us a couple of Our Childrens School Shoes are weeks attending our revival a beyond question the best wearers g J5r Win Strother visited Miss Lena for tlio money sold They are Drury Thursday and Friday Fine timo for sleighing and dont forget the bells made of solid leather and in every a Bro George Morris has been attending - part reflect great credit on their our meeting He has helped us by maker for their strength beauty preaching and other ways and judging from his actions been helped himself and superior fit No matter about m Tho firm of Drury Bennett Co g g tho price It will surprise have invoiced divided and separated We now havo three stores and hope you folks who have money and want goods como give us n call Farm work has been at been at a standstill for several weeks on nccount of the severo cold weather Lood for stock grows sea cer nnd the cry of hard times is heaid on ever side And the weather I We aro still hard at work warming ourselves and keeping the frost line at the door We are surfeited with gazing on tho beautiful snow and long wearily for a change Little Hurlbut Cain whoso folks havo attended the meeting regularly leaving him home by the fire says he wishes they would have a meeting for littlo boys and ho wants Bro Sermon to preach The News money writers clatter with much Common Sense on tho dif ferent views of that much discussed Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg question but ns in the days of Mother Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in the line of Surveying Go oso so it is with us Bewleyvillians corners a specialty Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ Brtckenriilge county solicited Tho wnnt of money makes us sad ledgements of deeds at time of surveying if parties desire it B Ada Drury closed her ichool Miss Address at Hardinsburg Ky here Feb 5th The nixt Monday she went over to Irvington and began a school there Wo ought to have her here and know those people are In It depends upon How and When yon market your chickens and eggs and to Whom yon We are large receivers of poultry and eggs have an and What will our friend do for in- Â¬ send tbeni best chance to make money for all our shippersandWo receive established tradeEggs luck and sell Ilutter stand the Veal Hides Pelts Tallow lieans Seeds Potatoes wool Hay Grain or anything you may spiration have to ship Information cheerfully furnished Quotations mailed regularly to those who Wo folks onco had a couple of nice request It and liberal advances made on the largest consignments by HERNDON CARTER CO friends Mr Herbert Cain and Miss Jen- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY Since Dec 20th they have 33 315317 4310MURnELLCOURT nie Cox been lost to sight and as they aro to memory dear we would be glad to ISTaiibied Feb 14th at the residence THE have them como back to us The sup- Â¬ oi ine onuo a lamer a juiuuu i position is they have strayed to the D Payno of Missouri to Miss Anna Jor- Â¬ TURNING Honeymoon dan of Webster Bev St Clair officiat POINT Tho bride looked beautiful in Tho other day I saw a dear girl receive ing Has been a check for only half of the amount due white nunsveiling silk lace and ribbon reachedwhen black Im Â¬ her for teaching the month of Jan I Tlio groom wore the usual you begin to have Palpitashared her disappointment and gave her mediately after the ceremony they ac- Â¬ tion of the my sympathy Is it any more dishonest companied by a few select friends re Â¬ Htart diffi for ono person to take from another one paired to the home of tho groom where c u 1 1 y in them They person what does not belong to him than a bountiful repast awaited Breathing Your blood will start to Missouri Feb 21st where for a body of persons from another body is impure Kentucky is disgraced and tho persons thoy will mako their future home you need a in authority aro responsible and should turning ever Honey is different set about to make this thing light The Dr Bolls Pino Tar Democrats will have this to pack as the from all other cough remedies It cures TO Editor said and it will be a greyious by allaying the inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to the burden Bro Cundiff returned homo last Mon- Â¬ respiratory organs Guaranteed and for Haynes Cloverport It will set you up and make a new day was to ill to come back again but salo by Short M person of you For sale by our meeting continues up to to day Sun- Â¬ Di B H McMullin JIcDaniels Â¬ day It has been unique as well as Meyer Co Buras j Geo Heyser Con A R FISHER Druggist Drury A Taylor Bosetta Bro Hawkins stantino pleasant and u success Co Bowleyville Ky W E took tho lead and tlio four ladies above Bennett Cloverport Ky mentioned who are all preachors work- Â¬ Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols ed faithfully There have been several Garfield Ky A B Morris Big Spring conversions and tho good work I think Ky is of a lasting kind All these folks are Have you Iloueivod your Subscrip Â¬ sanctified and preach a complete salva Â¬ tion for 1803 ATTORNEY AT LAW tion Our town has been in lively dis- Â¬ cussion on this subject all tho while OLOVEBPOBT KY To those who oppose I want to say Be Office with David R Murray Esjt ea4 of There is much In tho Bible in careful Iron Bridge favor of this doctrino and what if in tho judgmental bo found to have fought against God HARDINS URG KY Will practice in all the Courts in the LODIBURG County and surrounding District the widely known special lit slier year o study has so perfected bU a BOW Bov J Duggins will preach at Wal Â¬ Sill ft trip alrlr nnrl ri thii nut Grovo next Saturday and Sunday Ishlacty low Thousand are availing thou selves ot this golden opportunity and hun- Miss Winnio Hardin has been indis Â¬ hB posed for several days but seems better atU4Cl All Chronio pU at this writing eases Trusted We regret very much to learn of tho GATARHX DCAfKIM sickness of Miss Junlo Hendry and hope AONCHIAL AND IUN AND TSOUSltSHIABTSTOM her Illness may not prove serious ACM UvtR AND aOWit DisrAsrcmpariM Miss Bobbto seems to have taken a NCNVOUS I I t CXHAUSTIM SKIN DKCAlia num great fancy to the old rong SiBg to roe MATUM AND NtUHAlWA OUR MOHO -Bobbin We cant Imagine why it is The best ad moajt We sell 30 lbs of N O Sugar for ONE scientific treatment for Burned Feb 16th the dwelling house dollar also have U stock Nine We guaranteed ofThurman Smith but fortunately help oclock Washing Tea saves soap ami la Unlet and Mtnaaeat cutsrJILS Mw treatatent for rllK and ULCKKfi arrived in time to save isost all the bsr it beat a washing machine try it wo suttering- - from khmhw Try Jellies Boiled Data and Caned MAB4CM VMNAftV MSIAtCS SI OOa MMAN hoiieeliold goods We keen the best Bio CeJfce Goods Uviforheufi sad happiness 1 Two of Edgar Adkiesoaa children Irtee imr Dry uoetls XotfoM flfeirie Or Apyttman has associated with hiaa a Ml IVutte Hate Hardware Tia ware t are sick at this writing owe ImprsviBg fao expert specialists who carefully CM UarMca case and Kxamlae our BOOTS and 8ROKS edtea Consultation prepare the proper raav The three went lis old baby kt low and opinlou ty We do our beet to please our diatom ere mail Treatment furnished at the low rate of with pneumonia fever and we atioceed 2 TO 3 lER MONTH Try us and you will like us Quite a number ol our young folks Writ us freely aud fully sad enclose stamp Yours Truly for symptom blank No t CtUrrh Mo For from our aehjiiborbood attended the Man Me j for Women Address social at Joe RobeXaons pf Preston C W STONE TMK APPUKMAN MKOICIMC CO c They report quite a Hvely time S7II4MST CMtCAlCmV Little Money ZS immmmommmmtf g g a4 Iiuuiuiiuuiuii3 VEST CHINTZ ROYALTY PROFIT IN POULTRY COUNTY SUKYEYOK T m i Â¬ Â¬ BEATS Gus Bro wn R N Miller ATTORNEY at LAW BE CURED Lm Cheap Gash Store Low Prices iirrij1Mh7w 44 M Correct Weight Full Measure JS er If m nnV jollyky V v TWr ari- WJ WBW JMH -- - W ti tTi- mmv WW THE BRBOKBNR1DQE NJWS OIxOYKftPOHT KY HOMEMADE Thi Topip of The Hour Within the past year and especial y within tho ost six months flnnnco hns taken ns a topic of press discussion tlio placo occupied or several years past by tlio tariff Contradictory and Irreconcil- Â¬ able as are tho positions complex nnd confused as aro tlio arguments of tho political paitics nnd lenders of tho coun try uion the tariff iiiestion they nro no less so upon the question of finance Tlio Kreat political problem of tho day in tlio United Slates is tlio problem of reforming tho National currency Tho man or woman who pretonda to be well informed will not bo content to lenrn tho views of a few newspapers only upon tho financial and other questions of the hour but will seek in some way to get a Burvey ot tlio press discussion in all parts oi the country and upon all sides of tho questions at issue There is no wny to get such a sur- Â¬ vey except by reading n journal that gives extracts and condensed statements from all tho leading representative pa pers and reviews Sucli n journal is Public Opinion published weekly nt Washington 1 0 In its particular field it is unique nnd unrivaled It cov era tho entire range of current news nnd comment political sociological financial scientific religious literary botli American aud foreign In connection with tlio American Institute of Civics it has inaugurated nu exceedingly helpful plan for the study ot currert topics A pam phlet containing detnils for the organization nnd conduct of clubs nnd valuable suggestions as to methods of work will bo sent for ten cents address Extension Department A I 0 Box 348 Washington D C Wo can offer Public Opinion nt a reduced rato if taken at once in connection with tho Bkeckkn riihie News Hack numbers can bo had to completo the present volume begin ning January 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8 4 EPWORTII LEAGUE Lmsob For the Week Beginning Feb 21 h Comment by Rev Walter J Yatei A H WOMANS WORLD MISS WINDSCHIEDS TRIUMPH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HEIDELBERG DRESSES WHY THE G0DET SKIRT IS SO DIFFICULT TO MAKE BABBAGE We nrc after A lii incs BiV reduction in topic Tho Ark of the Covenant BlDtJJ rEADGB Ex xxt 10 13 Hub Ix I 6 John Ir 23 A wooden box nbout four foot long find n littlo mora than two f cot deep ami two foot broad covered with plates of lino gold was tho nrk preserved with great caro cr tho most pacrcd thing in Tho vnlno was not in the tabernacle tho box itself nor in tho morcy neat of pnro gold which covered it having 11 10 A Single Roso In Her Hair Not a Womans Voice Was Heard A Roman Catholic View MyAdams The Seams Mutt Be Sewed and Press ed to Look as if They Had v Â¬ Mrs Stantn Blatch Writer London Women Clnb Hoods is Good Makes Pure Blood Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated O Grown Together GENTS ct figures of chcrnbinrtf hammered gold at each end with wings nioetiug in tho center nnd shadowing tho sacred chest Tho slinplo BtonQ tabids engraved with tho ten commands tho Dccalogno was tho tronsuro which it was built to contain Tholr valuo lay in their con touts and not in tho material of which they wcro composed This was Johovnhs law to Israel Ho promised to bo with them in nil their fnturo lifo as n pcoplo if they oboyod this law They on tboir part pledged themsolvcs by solemn oath to obey His commands This was Jlbo Covenant So this becarao tho arkSr chest of tho covenant It was also tho nrk of tho testimony na tho tables of stonowcro called Tiiis chest with its mercy scat cover was placed in tho innermost room of tho tont nnd temple which had no opening into it except tho door which was cov erod by a curtnik Tho tablets of tho testimony wero not o ho taken ont for roforenco nor for roading to tho people Tho morcy scat was not to bo approached at will whou guidancu was desired of God regarding tho affairs of tho nation Only ouco in tho year was this inner sanctuary to bo entered and tho most sacred slirino approached Evon then no ono but tho high priest might von tnro to look upon this secret dwelling placo of tho Most High One and then always with blood of sacriflco in n gold bowl with which blood ho was to Bprinklo tho more scat between tho cherubim Tho moaning of this is mado most clear in tho cpistlo to tho Hobrews ninth chnptcr Tho law of God announced for the moral guidauco of men has novcr been and in tho uatnro of tho caso can novcr bo rcpoalod or annulled Tho old dis Â¬ pensation served to givo knowledgo of it but ability to keop it porfectly was lacking In tho new ordor of things un Â¬ der Christ ono of tho raco has entered tho holiest placo of tho Most High to over abide under tho shadow of tho Almighty Tho veil of separation has boon forevor torn asido that all may enter who will Tho Jaw is no longer on hid den slabs of stone but tho now covenant declared of God is I will put my laws into tboir mind and writo them in their hearts I will bo to them a God and thoy shall bo to mo a pcoplo Truo worshipers shall worship tho Fa ther in spirit and in truth Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Greatest Obstacle Is the Bur noose Plait Furnishing Goods Pake advantage of this salo it will last Tlio triumph of Miss Knto Wind Echicd iu being graduated from tho old if1 r JC Jf if A Single Itoie Jn Her Hulr Tho latest stylo of coiffure which finds favor in Paris is long aud narrow Tho hair may bo arranged in n coil or n knot as fancy dictates taking caro to adjust it at a bocoming point on tho band but it must bo elongated by nn extra twist or two littlo ourla at tho back which may bo added for ovoning dress Tho present modo of waving tho bnir all over tho head still holds its popularity but tho front parting which has bceu such n struggla to obtain is to disap pear entirely Tho front hair ia tressed lightly back pulled down in careless wares on tho forehead aud arranged loosely nt thosido so it will droop slight- Â¬ ly over tho cars in a seouiingly disorder- Â¬ ly way which is perfectly tidy and very becoming to somo faces Every woman who wishes to look her very best must etudy tho outliuo of her faco and shapo of her head iu order to arrange her hair becomingly aud ukillfully modify tho prevailing stylo to display her good points and soften tho dofectivo ones Thcro its an evident inclination to rovivo tho old time fnshiou of claborato hoaddrcseos aud feathers flowers bumming birds and flligroo gold and silver ornaments aro worn Sovcral ostrich feathers aro arranged well back on the boad to droop a littlo at each sido witli an Alsatian effect nnd havo a high standing algrot in tho center Butter flics aro tho most popular designs just at tho moment Tho wings aro of flli groo gold and tho bodies aro onaniolod or jewoled with colored stoucs and thrco of these dainty winged things form one ornament One i a gauzy jetted affair aud tljo wings rise from tho jetted body of a bird Artificial flowers combined with osproy foathora form anothor fash The funding Course all parts of tho world ionablo hoaddres- - Now York Ban Thousand in have fOTMd profit a u tl great pleasure in Not n Wumaat Volco Wa Heard tho various ClMtntauqna courses since curious Thcro wcro their inauguration 20 years ago Many tho dedication soma month ofcontrosta at the nionu last twlii liavo fnlt nvmliln n nnrann nn nrl moth to tho memory of Jog a ccxirtu Bud iu that of nicat Washington Ton Mary tho pcoplo vaaofnlaud thousand er of tM Jfcpwortn Leagao what la adapted to fethered Tho president tho United There ia variety Jhlr needs aud refjBfeemfcttt sufficient iftatca came So did thoof governor of If oe Virginia aud civil aud military digni for all tste3 ia pfoeod for time a bney life it ia remarkable Low luneh information and taries without number and the Masonio real paltare ch be bad iu eoopomlxing fraternity and a band of representative Tho beautiful monument for odd minutes nnd readiag systematically ladies of a few really e soelleiit books rather than which the loving hand Dratwowen had monument money tho leHinff tbeai slip by unemployed or in taiead the the ever ereeted by wornou toj woman rending whatever etuutoeito fall was dalf dedicated q Uie memory of a way Uereiees ami UMuetmltMte nm George Washington good matter lac ia aa enrely fatal o utetttal strength 1 All tht I am I aud health aa oaekj mHn ia prodes- - word weee quoti owe to my niofaer ami alo the words tiyftd dyapmala of a dietiuguiafeed foveifpuer If snoti are the waiwxta of America ah May well Mm ISjtttKIStt HtM There wete tynk I JlkeVou M Trottee beeet of illvetriowi son -I floods el eloquence iu praise of Mary buft I cannot marry and leave uy twin WaeUtactou and of the ladies of the lain alone 1 Wait until sbe U mgeajml Ho Yea ui r HMrts ua what aha Mary Washington asMcUsion and ef tn hrr- - Hurlem I Jf aaltl whi vwd American womanhood in general All this was well But not a Reports waaheoMt Nutawomejiwomans voice The preaeut h4 the bawl rtgk P P eWrW tbeanoJulr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Other Array Corps Methodism is not ono orgnuio body Evon in tho United States there tiro nearly a dozen branches of tho Metho Â¬ dist family Tho largest in numbers most wealthy nnd perhaps tho most in fluential is tho Methodist Episcopal Koxt in prominence is tho Methodist Episcopal Church South Canada Metho dism siiico tho consolidation of all its divisions into ono body lias become ono of tho most influential churches if not tho yory first in importnnco in that country Tho Epworth Leaguo began ns a consolidation of thoflvo largo societies oxisting in tho Methodist Episcopal clinroh in May 1860 Tho Church South and tho Cauadian church organ izod thoir societies with tho samo general name but under tho government of thoir So will oach of tho own authorities other branches of Methodism probably da Tho Wesloyans of England Aus tralia Iudia and othor rogious are swinging into lino Each ia a sopnrnto army corps Our international conven Â¬ tion nt Chattanooga Tonn Juno 37 80 will gather dologatcs from all over tho world Fraternal consultation and not OTganio union is tho object of that gathering Probably at its closo we shall bo a littlo noaror tho practical solution of tho problem of Christian clinroh un ion but no schomea for tinkoring tho maohinory nro contemplated Demonstration of fraternal unity will bo given in tho sacrament of holy communion with which tho services will opon or Each Kind Tb Much emphasis is often laid on the fact that Christ chose unlettered men for his apostles Tho success of tho un learned in revival and reform work in sometimes eniphasizod as if that was all that is needed for the work of tho church of God on earth It should not bo forgotten thatwheu Jehovah wanted to inako Israol a nation beohosoaMosea as leader When Christianity needed on expounder and dofondcr for tho gontilo world God laid his hand on a Saul of Tanns So baa it been in nil subsequent time Thoro ia work tor Amjusuno Wyolif Luther Calvin and Wesley m truly as for Moody Bocth Taylor and the other hearts of tire Each iu his place and all in harmony ia tho need The beet of eaoh kind aud oach at bia best movaa tho work of God forward in his appointed way Â¬ University of Heidelberg with tho titlo of doctor of philosophy is n triumph for nil Gorman women Sho is tho first woman to win this distinction in Ger Â¬ many and sho won it from tho proud est nnd oldest university of tho father laud nnd against prujndico and traditions which heretofore hud bceu insurmountable Tho theory or fact rather of tho intellectual equality of men nnd women has novcr been admitted by Germans in general although they havo rend proofs pf it iu their copies of Pinto and tho pages of thousand1 of other writers Thoy kept not only tho professional schools nt tho universities closed to women but tho gymnasia or colleges aud forced tho clover cues to quench thoir thirst for knowledgo iu tho so called seminaries whoso curriculum was mado up chiefly of history litcraturo Dut German nnd modern languages women who traveled iu foreign lands nnd rend of tho privileges of women in this country nnd England especially iu tho educational lino began to grow im patient under tho restrictions to which thoy wcro snbject Ono of tho first advances mndo in Gcrmnny wns tho establishment at Ber- Â¬ lin of tho Victoria lyceurn under tho protectorate of tho ox Empress Frederick always ono of tho lenders in tho movement for tho higher education of German women Then cama last year tho founding of tho gymnasia at Carlsrnho nnd Vci rrar with tho samo courses of study ns in tho institutions attended by young men Others nro to bo founded in various cities including ono almost under tho very walls of tho ancient Heidelberg institution from which so many men havo dilated upon tho intellectual in- Â¬ feriority of women But with tho ac- Â¬ tion of tho university regarding Miss WindscJiled all prejudico seems to havo been ovecrome and by tho time that tho first diplomas nro granted by tho wom ens gymnasia tho doors of ovcry uni Â¬ versity in Gcnnauy will probably bo opon to thoir graduates Miss Windschicd was born on Aug 28 1859 in Munich tho daughter of tho lato Professor Windschicd ono of tho most famous teachers of law on tho continent Sho was educated at schools in Munich ejeidclberg Loipslo and Ber Â¬ lin attending tho Victoria lyccum in tho lntter city Her courso thcro was supplemented by studies in England whero sho worked much in tho British museum Iu 1890 having been a teacher in tho meantime sho lxgan tho study of philosophy nt tho university and was graduated a fow weeks ago Tho subject of her thesis wns Tho English Pastoral Pootry From 1079 to 1025 Miss Windschicd has an interesting faco kindness being expressed iunlmist every feature Her typo is purely Gar man Now York Tribune Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of our littlo Mays sickness and her return to health by tho use of Hoods Sarsaparllla Sho was taken down with It Is with I Hood Co Lowell Mass pleasure that I give you tlio details Fovor and a Bad Cough Following this n sore camo on her right aids be tween tlio two lower ribs In a short time an vluer broke on tlio left side She would take spells of sore mouth nnd when we had succeed Â¬ ed In overcoming tills alio would sutler with at-Â¬ tacks of high lever nnd expel bloody looking corrupt Ion Her head was ntlected and matter oozcu from her ears After each attack sho be Tho fluted or gudet skirt mndo with pntlcnic nnd nrt but when llnlshnl like nil perfect things 11 is it Joy tn tho pnsctisor In this tho front breadth Iscut narrow only so Inches acrosa tho foot of the front piece At tho top It mtftsurca 13 Inches mid Is to bo cut ou tho straight with tho fold In the tuittr Thtro aro no darts in this Tho sido breadths invnsuro -- 1 Inches each nt the flvo pieces Is n work of camo worse and all treatment failed to Rite her relief until we liegan to use Hoods Baranparllla After she had taken one half bottle we could see that she was better Wo continued until she had taken three bottles Now she looks like Hoods Cures II I I o nSO I I l ytmmmmmmmmmmmimis lONLY TWO WEEKS Tho Bloom of Hoalth I and Is fat ns n pig We feel grateful and cannot any too much In favor of Hoods SitrsaparlUa Mrs A JI Adams Inman Tennessee Hoods Pills net easily yet promptly and efficiently on the liver and bowols 25c i i i Worse still fluo and truo things abouttho Kacredncss of womanhood and tho importance or moral purity wero nttcrcd in somo cases by mon whoso lives mado sucli words on thoir lips a mockery nnd tlio praises of tho illustrious dead wero celebrated by a gener ous sipping of wineglasses However thcro is a day after today and tho sun that shonoupou thntshnftof whitomar bio will yet look upon tho good timo coming Doston Womans Journal Â¬ Â¬ man Best Hermsdorf black socks worth 25 and 40 cts now going at - - JJC Roman Catholic View of Woman Suffrage nt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8h-rI- 1 UsTaovti K Tho closest study of tho woman of tho times falls to show her really and truly different from tho woman of a generation back who it nppcarcd from tho testimony of our mothers wns much tho same as their mothers found her Liking tlio samo things in a different dress lmppy with tho samo hopes losa diffidently expressed wounded to tho death by tho samo nrrows of falsehood and neglect hardening from tho samo tom The top of uacK hack hri mlth Is 20 causes into tho samo bitter relontlcss Inches Tho mutorlnl If of thick wool strong minded femalo solf willed should hnvo bon ponged nrd thrunken neither tho higher education a busi boforo Sowing scum up and ness career nor tho fashion can carefullycutting presilnR npnrt nro done in this change a womans nnturo akirt only nfter th back portions have It is not to tho ballot wo must look been llnnl with hdrschalr cloth nnd fnccl for tho best wo ehnll yet sco of woman up with mohnlr nnd vilutlnn facing the It is to tho perfect homo tho God fear- Â¬ latter 4 Inches wltlo nnd tho former IS ing law abiding strengthening cherish The front parts should bo nlso Interfaced ing solf repressing home whonco tho around tho bottom with horsehair cloth tn tho dnpth of ten Inches Thcscnm should husband shall go forth to protect to enlarge to advance overy intorest of his be taken in very accurately and pressed until looks hi If family hero and hereafter Bocuro in tho getherIt Tho plackettho skirt had crown to may ho on tho side or faithful help and sympathy of his shel Tho beam along the bottom In tho back tered yet untrnminclcd wifoj whero must bo Miwod very oinctly so that when that wifo shall find enough nnd moro turned nnd presses I It may present a than enough to fill her happy days in strntght lino nil around This skirt llkn making beautiful and pnro tho smallost tho throe piece should lie oinctly the snmo nnd weakest of her trusts As wife as longth all around If for walking It for mother as friend ns holper in her own homo It may he graduated to the desired immedinto circle thcro is enough and to length sowed and the rest sparo for every womnn It is tho con- Â¬ of When nil scams arothoso dreadful plaits tho skirt finished sciousness of sucli duties neglected it is aro to bo laid in This must ho dono on n tho scorpion lash of unsatisfied regrets framo oinctly adjusted to the flio of tho for opportunities cast away lost in view wonrcr Tlio front breadths ore fitted to and selfish aims for tho things beyond tho figure by gathers which aro sowed on belt allowing that portion to fit Ilka a the her limits and her possibilities that produce tltls fovorish restlessness this acrid sheath oror the hips clear to within two bitterness this vixenish berating which Inches of tho center of tho back Then all that superfluous fullness Is to bo gathorcd marks tho activo woman suffragist Into no moro flvo plaits Somo of tho Truly tho constitutional convention has dressmnkern than arrange thoso plaits at tho an important question boforo it And top In what they cnll burnooso stylo which may heaven help tho nutlsuffragists for Is reully tho easiest way of disponing of tho sako of nil women whether thoy them Tho method Is shown in tho diagram As the folds tako shnpo toward tho will or no Catholio Standard bottom tho tops should be cautiously and carefully fastened to tapes to preserve tho Mr Stanton IIlatch Sirs Stnutou Blatch hns just mado a round effect of tho olds This can ho dono with pins but they must bo stoutly sewed Sho camo flying visit to this country later to tako ft second degrco nt Vassar colThoso tapes should bo placed nt thrco lege whero sho graduated 13 years ago Intervals tho first thrco Inches below tho reading her thesis and delivering bolt tho kecond three Inches lower nnd tlio After nu address to tho class in economics third thrco Inches farther down This Is tho degrco of II A was conferred on generally ulllclont to hold tho plaits tn her Mrs Blatch spoko nearly overy placo ull tlio way down On tho sides tho day whilo in Now York on tho pondÂ¬ skirt falls into heavy rich folds of Itself Flat plaits turned under in fan can ing amendment aud tho duty of tho also bo formed but tho plaits doshnpo look not constitutional convention to enfranchise eo well ns but two eun bo laid and that U tho women of tho state Sho has ora notvnough to lake up ull tholulltivtln tho torical power of n high order and spoko Qvo gored skirts nt tho mass meeting in Cooper institute Thvso skirts look host when quite plain with great effect Her yoIco thrilled but some IucIIls tike a trimming Van ovory heart Before taking her scat sho dyki pointed guipure white or black may paused a moment nt her mothers chair and imprinted a fervent kiss on her cheek whilo Mrs Stantons hoart was overflowing with pride and gratitndo that yonnger orators wcro coming for ward to plead tho causo of womans en Tlio general awaken franchisement ing among American women and theii grcnt enthusiasm just now for thoir sho says spoedy enfranchisement will bo a fresh stimulus to tho move ment in England nnd I shall toll them FLUTED SKIUT WITH FIVE TIECKS with great satisfaction nil 1 havo seen bo sot on with the points upward A row and heard on this sido tlio ocean or two of en tie herculca brolil or a nar Now York Letter row pnsseincnterle would bo filtahlu Rut whatever Is put on must look m If It had Loudon Women Writer Clnb grown thero When tho skirt Is iito fin Two aud n half years ago tho women ished it should havo o final pressing with journalists of Loudon fniliug to obtnlu hot Iron unlets It Is velvet A few ilrcsunnkcrs ndvlso having flvo cutmnco into tho orthodox mens clubs formed a club of their owu ou a modest gores In the back In placo of the two semi cuts to much scale Tlio venture prospered desplto circular opes Tho clothwny unless thcro hotter advantage in mnlo ridicule and recently tho seal of Is ft figure In It but that figured goods nro not success was set upon tiio Women Writ Â¬ ofton seen mndo In this style Silks vcl ers club as it is called by Princess vets tnllo du nurd cheviots broadcloths Christian ono of tho fjnoens daughters covert rloth and such kinds of goods aro who opened tho now clnb premise off tho mot suitable However rich or costly tho material If tho work It not done In the Strand Various pretty speeches wcro mado by pretty women in pretty tho most careful tnanucrtho skirt will fall Olive iluiiER dresses and much tea and thin bread of It effect and butter and cako wore conwBied Look ta tlio OlilHioeyt Sohio favored met who were pteeent Io rareful about tho building of chim among the number Thomas Hardy hot neys Ixt them bo curved ruth or than ellst Ueorge Alexander actor and straight and tco that the draft Is good Jottc playwright 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liaml ho carried a sealed envelope on the loft hand coroor of which was printed Official business Why not bring it yourself asked tho general evidently put out at being interrupted at dinner Tho messenger says that ho was instructed to deliver it tonoono but your fcclf It is from general headquarters Tho man stalked in his nccoutor monts rattling as ho did so and remov ing his hat handed tho general tin comHo opened it and seeing munication that it was in cipher handed it to n member of his staff who possossod tho key and directed him to uuravol it It road as follows I IlEADQUAIlTEItS AlllIV or TKVKnMIE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OUEimiLIAB HOME Commanding Cavalry on lis- To General tremo HIkM Mir rrwco Irddrx mexrr lit krxn m nupy rnfafhso ut tlxwrax rtarl urn mlrw c fib lgjq vvlm kltvq rs lj9ga raikklngmfy to lvdzvkwvgc Egzl jwpxy tx baRv Bilvxton Biugo Comdg Junu 27 lbO I Scarcely had tho general given tho dispatch over for interpretation when another from tho samo source which had como by telegraph was handed him nlso evidently nn inoxtricahlo jumble of letters This too was taken up by tho cipher officer Iu tho courso of half an hour ho handed interpretations of both to his chief Tho first lead as follows Â¬ Tho enemy having taken the gapf I will abandon my present Unci Uo ready to form rtar guard to troops ritruitliig by UnUcruity Movo boutli at onco Hero is tho second Enemys telegram In cipher received Cannot Mies Uaggu wcuro Information of tho enemy Intentions as to following this nrmy serosa the TenncHScu Kuch information would cnablo us to Iw jm pared If ho attack in con centrated form or cut him up In detail if he divides Tho general gavo tho two messages a fow minutes consideration and thou dismissing tho aid who had interpreted them dircctod him to inform Miss Baggs that ho would liko to seo her When slio entered tho general handed her tho interpreted copies of tho two dispatches Iloro is a moro important work for you than any you havo yot attempted ho said Sho road both tho dispatches and then thought n few minutes I am ready to undcrtnko it general sho said but without much hopo of success I must first succeed in taking off a messago in which tho plan of tho Yankees is given or hinted nt so clearly oa to bo inferred and then it must bo interpreted for it will suroly bo in cipher If you could succeed in both you would insuro us victory in tho west and that would bo half thabattlo to tho Â¬ cause Iwillundertakoit You danger will bo exposed to a frightful You kuow general voted my lifo to this work I consider that as already sacrificed Wo movo from hero at once as you co by tho order just rccoivod I will go with you apart of tho way and watch an opportunity to slip back behind tho Union lines With that Miss Baggs went out and tho general began his preparations to cover tho retreat f tho right of tho Coufedcrato army No further attention was paid to Farmer Slack and his family Evidently thero was business of groatcr impor tant on hand Thoy went out ou to tho doorstep whero they stood wondering what was going on about thorn Every ono was stirring An orderly dashed up to tho door leading nn officers horso saddled and bridled An aid ran out of tho houso and mounting iu hot liasto rodo away A man from un nppor win dow called out to him Whats up Thoyvo scoured tho gapa Which Liberty nnd floovora AH of cm Woll what of it What of it It means retreat And beforo tho last word was spoken ho was out of sight In a fow minutes a buglo was hoard IU tones had scarcely died nway beforo the camp was alivo with men preparing to mora Tho farmer determined to got his children Into tho wagon as soon as pos sible He had boon given his pass which for the present at least was likely to be of little use as ho would slaaply follow tho army Tho party lost bo time 1b getting to tho wagon and into It and droro down tho road Bnt ttwy Were too lata The way wae choked with beveeinen and wagona and tlwy The gen Â¬ Were soon brought to a bait eral feelMd past with hie tuff and whAlbooMk WktotUtkhtg atriaetf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that I havo do dress covered with a gray ruling sklit a sombrero ou her head with n jaunty cocks feather encircling its crown but Miss Bagg1 Seeing tho farmers wngon waiting by tho roadsido sho reined in Bobby Leo besido Souri and took her hand Goodby my dear I trust that your innocent heart will not havo to suffer moro than tho rest of us during tho conYou tinuance of this fearful struggle know wo nro nil being tried in a fiery furnace Well meet again I know it If yon over w cd any help cr protection when our army is near hunt up Botsy Baggs called Whars th chicken coop Jokey ns sho rodo away What chicken coop Th ono on wheels sho said smiling Oh tho buggy I left that for tho Yaiikoes to pick up when they como along Katsll bo ridin inter it I reckon If ho can find it lios wolcomo to it and with n laugh sho duthed after the rest Tatmcr Slack only succeeded in get ting a few miles on tho woy before nightfall Then coming to a small village he mado up his mind that it would bo better to sleep thero than attempt to go ou through n country being abandon ed by ono forco to bo immediately occu pied by nnothcr Ho ki vi well tho crowded condition of tho roads and tho perils of night travel So singling out a houso besido thu road which was tho main btrcct of tho placo and seeing n woman standing in tho door ho asked if sho would givo him and Ills party a night lodging Kockon I kiu koop you uns but haint got no stabliu fo tho critters Oh I kin find n place fo them tins said Slack nnd handing out his daughter showcnt into tho houso with Jakoy whilo tho farmer drovo off to find shelter for tho horses Jakoy wish ed to go with him but his father bado him stay with Souri Tho woman of tho houso was doprobs cd Sho was not strong and tho continued Miccebbivo occupation of tho country by Union nud Coufedcrato troops for moro than a year had comploteJy worn her out And now another shifting was at hand At first sho had spoken her sentiments freely They wore with tho Confederacy but lately sho had como to endeavoring to find out tho sentiments of strangers beforo botraying her own Wondoringwhethcr sho was harboring Unionists or secessionists sho began to question Jakoy Reckon you uns livo nigh bout hyar dont y boy Nigh outer th Sequach Let mo fill that kettlo for you said Souri scoing tho woman about to toko up n wooden bucket sho was scarcely nblo to lift Tho woman sufferod her nud wont ou making inquiries of Jakey Tliur mixod over thar Somes Union 11 somos boccbIi Which air yer paw Waal I ben tor skulon year npaw ho mought a changed senco I wont away Dont say mought Jakoy dear said Souri Tho woman looked at Jakoy inquiringly Y couldnt a larued much at skulo cf y reckon a mans goiu tcr chango sides iu this hyar fight Th git wusscr u wusscr Still ef yod ben hyar yod larned thet Reckon y ben noth to skulo Wo havo boon north in Ohio said Souri as sho put tho kottlo ou tho stove It was midnight at tho littlo framo houso whero slept tho Slack family Farmer Slack wus nv akonod by n pound ing at tLo front door Then ho heard tho woman by whom thoy wcro shelter ed get up nud going to tho door let The partition was thin bonio ono in and every word that was said could bo plainly heard Lordy Ben whur did y como from asked tho woman Tullahomy Whnrygolu ter Up inter tho mountings What fur Tcr lay low till tho armies movo on soutlu Then wo uns ro goiu ter hang iu tho tailousof tho Yanks Thurs hot ter rfeedin thau tliur is behiud Confederates Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ night sho whlnptrod Any critters Two but 1 dont want y tcr tako cm Ben Its unilateral Thurs a sweet young gal oz helped mo git sup per u I wonjilnt hov nothiu happen to her fur tho world I wont tako tliur critters tel after y git mo somcpii ter cat Como bo livoly my dear I hovut hod a squar meal in two days Whars tho gang I left em n milo toihor Fido o th town Wo got tcr git inter th moun tings nforo th Federals coma nlong Whor air tho young uns In thar Tho farmer could see tho man go into a room into which tho candlo from tho ono adjoining cart a dim light Tho father bent over tho sleeping littlo ones put his lenn facodown beMdothoronnil warm cheek of a child nud groaned whispered Farmer Slack Jokey Jakey nwnkoned but could not mako it known because his father had olup ped his hand over his mouth Bo still my boy till I git yer clothes Dont yer mako no sound fo yer Ufa Thurs guen iihis in th houso Tho farmer got Jokeyu clothes and his own They put them on using all possible caution Thou tho farmer took his sous hand nud led him on tiptoo to Onco there ho took tho open window him up iu his arms and passing him through it dropped him ou tho grouud Then Slaok got n fow feet below through hiuibolf nnd dropped beside Jakoy Now for tho stablo my son Going across somo vacant lots thoy reached tho stablo and took out both tho horses Jake said tho father Im goin to tho headquarters of tho Federals I waut yer to stay n tako kcer o yer sis ter Souri dont nocd no ouo tcr tako kecr o her Tho farmer went back into tho stable loaving Jakoy to hold tho liorsos and brought out n saddlo and bridlo Waal Jake ho said presently shes n gnl n may ncod y What yer goiu fo T toll em tho southern mon nir T may mako gittiii outeu Tullyhomy u lot o differ ter th causo Why cant I go n do thet Tho farmor mado no reply no went on equipping tho horso for n rido but ho was thinking After all wouldnt a boy havo a better clmnco to got through than a man Ho had great confidence iu Jakeys abilities in this dirootion for they had been tebtod long boforo near tho beginning of tho war Then he disliked to leave ids daughter without protection iu a Inwlu B territoiy do y ho nsked at last Jake think y od do t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tliors n family hyar stayin all dared not lenvo him Irsi ho might not find him ngain tho boy groped nrouud for nwhlJe looking fur tha road It was of uo use Go where ho would thero wcro only stumps nnd grass every hollow boing filled with water Ho thought of lying down in n fenco corner to sleep till morning But ho did not liko to do this for fear that onco asleep ho would not wnko up till lato tho next day and theu tho southorn army might bo away from Tullahoma with all its storos and perhaps thero wore n great mauy other advantages thoy would gain that caused Jakey be ing n good Union boy to winco though But thoro ho could uot nnmo thorn scorned no alternative It could not bo moro than two hours boforo daylight would show him the road and ho re luctantly concluded to go into bivouac As ho was looking for a good broad flat rail to strotcli himsolf on Tom put his noso over his shoulder affectionately and rcstod it there Novor boforo haJ Jakoy folt no deeply any interchange of sympathy with a duriib brute Tom olo critter ho said putting his arms about tho horsos neck this Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ states lrayor mooting at tho PrrBbxierInn church Sunday night It never gets too cold for Lop lo travel a part of tho Hnvvcavlllo road Miss Letltia Frymiro of Patcsville at- Â¬ tended church hero Sunday Cheer up Charloy dont givo up faint heart never won fair lady Tor every thunder with rain in Feb- Â¬ ruary thero will be n cold spell in May Mr Wm Roland and Bon of Daviess county nro visiting relatives at this place It is always the self righteous man who wants to know where Cain got his wifo Nobody has been found who is willing to say they saw tho ground hog this year Tho protracted meeting closed last Tuesday with little If any good accomplished Hark I listen mcthiuks I hear tho marriago bells tollingforth their sweet music in tho near future A young Indy has been distiibuting old time sacks among tho boys If at first you dont succeed try try again Young Air Fumphroy of tho McGav ock neighborhood seemed to bo very eager to look tho at heads of somo of our best young ladies during services Sunday night Bob Duke got his feet badly frozen whilo beating Jack Dawson with his best girl Jack says ho has always been a true friend to Bob and would not have done hint that way Never mind Jack if you could seo Bobs heels you would say that his punishment is great enough Rev S I Richoy of Daviess county pastor of tho 0 F church filled his reg- Â¬ ular appointment tho Becond Sunday As his year has expired we cant say whether ho will preach for us this year or not Lot his lot bo cast wherever it may ho has tho good wishes of this church The bojs of the neighborhood collected together the other night for tho purpose of charivaring a newly married couple They did not get far on tho way when thoy stopped and shot off their guns and rang their bells and concluded they would go no further A vory good idea boys there might havo beeu another man killed tSpaTo days ago while returning from CToverport with his wagon and team Joseph Ray met with an accidout that camo near costing him his lifo The horses run up on tho side of tho bank and turned tho wagon overcatching him underneath Mr Dennam coming to his relief found him with tho wagon lying across his head and face Tho horses becoming entangled in tho fall probably saved his lifo Mr Editor local news being somewhat scarce n pen picturo of our little town may interest somebody It is situated on top of n high ridge half way between Cloverport and Fatcsvillo in the county of Hancock It is surrounded by beautiful hills nnd valleys winding away in the distance as far as the eye can see While wo may uot boast of living in the Garden of Eden good health and pure air abido with us it Is but an infant yet toddling around looking up into mother natures face to see if it can conceivo its future prosperity It consists of a church store schoolhousc post office and threo dwelling houses Tho length of it is about ono hundred yards by fifty in width Tho population is estimated to bo sixteen souls when they are all at home Â¬ Â¬ And Tom seemed to respond as plain ly as if tho words wcro spoken Jokey you hot Maybo Tom had an object in viow moro important than nn offer of sympathy Maybo lie had something to communicate At any rato as Jakey stood with ills nims around tho lowered Jieck and looking over it ho espied n light Ireck Golly Tomhooxolaimod on y n moment ho had climbod tho fenco nud had regained his placo in tho sad- air lonesome Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hi sort Â¬ Â¬ dle Then pointing tho horsos head directly for tho light with n Git up Tom tidcr nud horso wore soon hwny in tho direction of its nppoarnnce Suddenly there wns nn ominous click which in tho stillness of tho night sounded with nil tho distinctness of the cocking of a gun Who comt daro Mistor can y put mo on ter the road Who you vmVl Â¬ Â¬ Vat you want I want tor go ter Manchester Vat for Jakey thought a moment beforo ro plying Tho question occurred to him Was this suroly n Union picket No Coufedcrato would bo likoly to challenge witli n German accent Ivo got somo information fo Mr Roso Roc whats his name Shoneral Itosecrans Yes Im n boy lair Â¬ I kin puty on throad t Manchester Thar or tororo y git tliur yll find Yankees But yer powerful littlo fo sieh a job And tho farmor looked nt his son undecidedly Do y think Im u babby ter bo rock ed in a cradlo No Jakey Yer n marknblo littlo chap Thurs not nother boy o your ago livin Id trnbt to carry this messago I reckon Ill let y try it Slack took Jakey up in his arms nud sat iiim on tho hone Then ho shorten ed tho stirrups till all tho holes iu tho straps wore exhausted when ho cut now ones making tho length a propor ono for Jakeys littlo legs Now Juke said his fathor in u touo thut bespoke desiro to put resolution into himself mid tho boy nt tho snmo timo tell th Fodornl general that n guenilla kom to tho house whnr wo war sicepiu nud tolo his wifo thet the southern men air gittiu outeu Tullyhomy Ho kem from thar this after N my boy e I often tolo y noon afore romembor yer n Unioner n haint nfrnid o nothiu Thars th road Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Reckon Tom you git CHAPTER V CAKUYINa THE NEWS UII UCU 1 VrlKIl business Qo u jla j ouo o tho armies I dont kecr wliiciu Only stop this kind o work Folly you know Ivo been driv to Wlint havo thoy loft us Nothiu but this house Ef I didut rako among tho rofuso that tho Yankees leava behind em wharwd youll th children be But why nlr y loaviu now Ben What does t all mean tho won goin south Haint th goin tcr light at Tul lyhomy Thcr gittlu outcii Tally liomy this very minute How dyo know I kein from thar this afternoon The trains werq goiu outeu tho placo loaded with supplies Whats them thlug doin thar Ho pointed to some of the belonging of tho Slaok family TJw farmer could hear the woman caution hoc liiubautl to peak low but by that tint Stacks ear wa at aorat- - yOU U Slop Wlln t Had not Jakey Slaok posscbsodn stout heart ho would havo quaihd at pushing out iu tho middlo of a dark night ou n road of which ho had uo kuowledgo nud possessing tho disadvantage of bo ing occupied by neither Union nor Con federate troops Between tho rain and tho artillery nnd tho wagons the roads wcro nil cut to pieces Wnter stood everywhere nnd often whoro tho way passod over n depression iu tho grouud it was necessary to pass through small lagoons This iu tho daytime when ouo might keep tho road by observing tho fences when thero wcro any would not havo been so difficult but overshadowed by tho groat black wings of night thero was ubsolutoly no guide savo by fooling underfoot or an occasional glimmer ahead indicating thut tho way lay through au opening iu tho forest Tom fioumiorcd nlong nt n very slow pace Jakey found it not only difficult to koop him iu tho road but imposslblo to keep out of mudholes when ou it Now Toms foro legs would siuk iuto n soft spot nud ngnlu would Bplnsh iuto a docp rut or one leg would bo in tho rut whilo tho other was on tho higher grouud Then ho would flounder whilo Jakoy hold ou to tho saddlo with all his strength to koep from being thrown off by Toms writhiugs All tho while a drizzling rain was slowly working its way through Jakeys jacket to get nt tho skin Tho boy tried to guide Ji horso for awhile but finally concluded I that Tom was far hotter qualified to find his way than ho was himsolf and dropping tho reins ou tho pommel of the saddlo turued his undlvidod atten Â¬ tion to keeping Ills seat Every now and theu Tom would stop and look about him as much us to say Jakey I dont liko tho looks o things at all But if Jakoy understood him ho made uo comment on tho remark Ho had placed Tom iu command and did not proposo to interfere Jiut boforo luoriiing the darkness grew thicker Tom had for several miles proved himsolf worthy of tho con tidcuco roposed iu him and kept the road hut all of a suddou ho brought up against a snake fenco Jakoy was dlscouragpJL He knew Tow had lost the raid and as for him self he did not fool comjieteut to find It again Bringing tho horse alOewaya 19 th ftuoa 1m slid off oa fro the too rail uul than dowuou to the wound Hold- and kadi- for be J Â¬ Â¬ Jnkey wns led over n stubblo field which liad not been plantod einco the previous season and brought beforo a group of half n dozen tents tho headquarters of tho colonel commanding the th cavalry brigade Tho oolonol had jakeys conductor ex uot yet risen plained to tho soutinol ou post that the boy had important information whero upon tho soutinol shouted loud enough Corporal of to wako tho wholo army tho guard I Tho summoned soldior camo and it was explained to bim that Jakey ffud important information Tho corporal went off to fetch tho oftlcor of tho guard What yon want sonny asked that person when ho arrived buttoning a coat ho had just put on I dont want nothiu Oh you dont I thought you did Reckon I gotsomopn you uus want but Im gittiii tired uusworiu questions bout it Well what is it my littlo man I aint no littlo man Im n boy Cant you toll mo what you havo for ns asked tho officer smiling Cant toll uobody but somobody big I dont know anybody bigger thnu our chief of staff about here Ill call him So tho chief of staff was called up and informod that Jakoy had information Tho chlof of staff oalled of tho enemy up tlip colonel commanding who sud denly appeared at tho tent door in a pair of tronsors nud a woolen shirt It was evident from the moment the colonol espied Jakey sitting on old Tom iu front of the tent nud Jakoy espied tho sloudor figure of the colonel with his bluo eyes nud light hair that they had mot before uot only that they had met but that thoy must havo been unltod by Thero somo chord of great durability wero two exclamations liko pistol shots Big brothorl from Jakey from tho colonel Littlo brother Colonol Mark Maynard strodo up to tho boy took him iu his arms and Ja- Â¬ koy might havo as well boeu iu tho om braco of a bear for a time whilo not a word was spoken Then thero was a fu sillade of questions and answers after whicli the colonol took Jakey into his tent and sat him on his own camp not Jakoy lost uo time iu giving a brief au- count of his trip from school how he had slept nt tho guerrillas houso nud how his father had hoard of tho ovaoua tion of Tullahoma Tho colonel throwing open tho tout flap and seeing his chief of btaff outside called him iu Captain ho said ride over to corps headquarters and say that a boy has just oomo in who is sent by his fa ther to say that ho slopt last night at tho houso of a guerrilla who told his wifo not knowing that ho was over beard that thoy arq getting out of Tullahoma Say that tho information is perfeotly reliable as it has been brought by a Union boy who wout with me ou my most important mission wheu I was u scout and reudoiod me on that occasion tho most valuablo servico a human boing can rouder another Ride at onco Never mind tho division commander Thero a no timo to spare for army etiquette Oa Tho captain saluted nud without waiting for his own horse to be saddled mounted the horso of an orderly and dashed awar Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Every person big little old or young black or white ricli or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Fine Tar Honey pro- Â¬ nounce it the best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so wo guar Â¬ antee For sale by Short HaynesClov orport j Dr R H McMulIin McDaniels j M Meyer Co Buras JJeo Heysor Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowleyvllle Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno F Nichols Garfiold Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky EKRON W - Sanders went lo Irvington Mon Â¬ day night J R Powells school at Irvington Iloscd last Monday Bom to tho wifu of McII Richardson in eiidit pound boy J f Miinsey went to Audyvlllo Mon lny returning Wednesday Jnclo Ben bhacklettlivingncar Ekion ift sick with pneumonia fever FrofE T Hickerson will ntttnd the Normal fVliool hern noxt weok Mi IVston IVcm of Jerrlco Mo is bo gtif st of Mr B J Carrico Sr J It Djwoll of Irvington spent Sat mlay and Sunday here with his fath r Robert and Courtney are having v ry Vod HUPPfs will their Hchool here r ey bav about forty pupils in attend nro -- J 0MK Warning to Expectant 09C0C0CMr9r9S s 5 SI Shorten Mothers Labor Usteti Palft of Child birth i nnd with wonderful In consist T w vouy I rKuiuirj ucuotruuuuu raiiuhiuujinaa athnuld tpaphanv unman that anrtn n ration fulantfd for -T w- Many remedies 0 fully nndinternal advertised are tola skill profesMlnff to glibly MENSTRUAL DISORDERS will not prtpare tbe iyatem for Child blrtbi oa ttw contrary urraiuf al kkmk viw at tbU time amy Itpiwrll her Hie We iarneUy say HKWAKK of all suctii theymnaot at this crlUol iwrkxl Oo any pomI140 good imm Httlr um may prove ratal It U oalv bv DemUteat KXTKHMAt treat- Mt whit aaolMta thu reUxlac awl rnn wwtag nil Mia tu iruo uvur ui CWW blrth la robbed of It terror and no rcmcay oa earia aoe ibm out 1 TO US COXTINDKD 0 W 0 Hardman Sheriff ol Tyler Co Ya appreciates a good thing and docs not heeltate to say so He was al Â¬ most prostrated with a sold when he procured a bottle o Chamberlains Cough Remedy He says t It gave we prompt relief I find it to be an invaluable remedy lor coua baandoolik For sale br A U Wauar CUwcnri JCy and Y Z MOTHGRS PRJEND Very Common Cents Money Money Flat money silver money goo 1 money is tho thing wo continually hear but never sec Every whlttler Is discussing the financial situation with as creat gusto a ml as much confidence as n Wall street broker yet when asked tho simplest question in regard to tho details of our financial system wo aro met on overy hand by almost perfect Ignorauco of tho subject For instance ask tho next fteo silver man you sec what he means by free and unlimited coinage of silver Ho will tell you that ho means by free silver that any one possessing silver bullion may havo tho same coined into silver dollars on application to tho government mints thereby increasing the volume of money which would of courso relieve tho prcsont distress Dut you Bay thoro is only about 57 cents worth of silver in tho dollar Now my friend what wo want to know is what becomes of tho other 13 cents worth of silver do you not seo that if tho government stamps 57 cents worth of silver for tho bullion holder making it thereby 100 cents that thero is some- Â¬ thing out of balance what disposition would bo mado of tho 13 cents if tho government takes 100 cents worth of bullion and puts its stamp on 57 cents worth of it retaining tho other 41 cents Would not tho government bo 43 cents ahead or vice versa if the government should by placing its stamp on 57 cents worth of silver making it 100 cents is not tho bullion holder 43 cents ahead I havo asked numbers of silver men these questions and havo never had them answered hence my ignorance and mayhap my objection to the free Be- Â¬ and unlimited coinago of silver cause why if thero is not a dollars wTorlb of silver in tho dollar the difler enc between it and tho flat dollar of J II Vs dreams is only in degree and not In fict Wo havo no doubt that tho un- Â¬ limited coinago of silver would bo a groat stake for tho silver mine owners of tho West tho Goulds and the Vander biltH of tho East would soon have to play second fiddle to the silver nabobs of tho Wed Should such a law be enacted by tho government wo would liko for somo of those silver gentlemdn who aro cer- Â¬ tain that they know to tell us the differ- Â¬ ence between freo and unlimited coin ago of silver and the freo and unlimited issuance of fiat paper money As we havo boforo stated thero is a difference in degree but nono in fact But do not for a moment think that wo are opposed to silver ns a subsidiary coin We could not well do without it We want it for chango for pin money for women folks for tho payment of small and local debts in fact for a local circulating medium Aud if kept with- Â¬ in these bounds by a wise government limit it will always maintain its value at par with gold and in its way bo a help and benefit to commerce and an enlivening agent to trade forever free from tho danger of over production and deprecia- Â¬ tion thereby becoming a clog in the wheels of prosperity And now my Fopulistic and silver friends for jou aro ono and tho same thing vour differenco being will who among you wheu you havo delivered your crop of tobacco want to hear this kind of an ofler for your crop from your local tabacco dealer will givo you 5 per hundred iu gold or if you would rather will givo you 10 in silver why how is thib you say to tho buyer and ho will reply I am buying this tobacco for ex Â¬ port and this is tho exact difference of the two metals in Liverpool or London Well you take where I havo to sell tho silver proposition you get your money go over to your grocers tell him you want a bagof coffee what itis worth lie luplies 10 cents per pound in gold or 20 cents por pound in silver you again want to know how this is Your grocer infcrais you that this is the rate of ex Â¬ change in the banks qf tho country I do not think you want anything of this kiii I yet this would bo the inevitable rtsnlt of the freo and unlimited coinage of sliver or an over issue of fiat money Ilit oh I says my silver friond we had free and unlimited silver prior to 1673 why did not these things occur then For tho vory simple reason that prior to am up to that dato fifteen ounces of sil vni was equivalent to ono ounce of gold in bullion value and the two metals wcro stamped and issued as money on this ratio Neither having to rely on poli- Â¬ tick backing for their value Each wh n of the standard weight and fine ivn which tho stamp of the government ct nifled and tho law made a legal ten do i was just what it purported to be lh stamp of tho government neither ttdiiigtonor taking ftointbe value of clt r Th stamp on the gold eaglo or tin daddieh dollar said to each and every cit ten this eaglo is all right it is worth 10 no need to weigh or havo it assayed cm with tho dollar nere is but one standard of value in tl world to day nor ever has been wo use aud all other coun triti uk different dovices for monoy Iu this country wo use four different nit Is gold silver copper aud nickel Y we havo but ono standard and that tU idard ii iold all other thingx silver Truo inrodti f measured thonby ill itoveiioaent could if it saw fit to be m id y the advice oi J 11 A add l P atieand silver fanatics take tU I nit power to fay this pleco oi p r It f5 ir this disk of silver is 1 go n pa y ur debts with them The I w ttiit ou owe may kick but ho li lp limsilf my stamp ia ou it 1 o sii tiiat it is a legal tender for all dues del tn or daiiiaudo public or private for elgn or domestic I am tired of this howling about mortgages debt liabili- Â¬ ties iutereU and usury Let u have peace But thte same man that you owe did sometime back loan you 10Q la gold worth lOOctiaU to the dollar yet you have paid him In a depreciated currency worth 50 tgnte to the dollar WeU we aro wllllug to y that it ia a good thing Â¬ right name reptidiators or perhnpe re Â¬ adjustees would suit you btlter S 1 J LOUISVILLE for joU bill Hits great and good govern ment of outs has swindled Hits man otil ot fflO or In other words has taken it from him und given it tojou Why dont jou fellows call jourselves by the NAI1KET IICIOliYS Correctly weekly by Iumphrer A Litufer Iro dure CnminUtlon Merchant to becond Sllic Main and Market IoulvllIeKy LOUISVILLE KY fab 19 ItVS Khlpperi ihould mark all package plainly with ihljperi name and poit offlca addrosi BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery Treah 11 8 JO 12 Eaoa 22 a 25 23 j y BEANS Michigan hand picked ndtana Nary Old or Common and colored- Prime white gooie Mixed Old No 1 duck GAME JFEATUER8 to 22 S 1 74 to 2 00 1 00 to 1 30 36 26 16 24 J8 30 ft XO 00 7 Ralllti pcrdoi Squirreli per dot IIIDES Green pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Uena per lb Ducka - 7i 4f 7 1HtlA 9 20 bi 7 8 Sheep iktm 40 POULTRY 64 7 7 7 M Turkey nllto Turkey dreaiod iQ 10 DRIED APILEd AND PEACHES Applet choice bright qurtera 6K to to 6 Applet arerage old Applet Peaches new 4 toft Peachei old ii 1 - WOOL Tub waibed Qreaio fine ureaie coarse Merino 21 1 li 13 10 8 31I6 15 3 13 ft 21 If Burrj and Cute MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeiwax - 313 o25 4 Sorghum wharfi No Molasies 30 I 36 M HAY GRAIN PEED We quote prloei to day on LouUvlllo city t oata OATS 33 38 13 00 Strictly choice Choice No 3 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- - HAY 10 60 11 00 10 00 4 60 13 00 11 00 CORN Choice white Choloe ihelled 46 Good to extra thlpplng CATTLE 4 3 3 3 00 60 40 00 4 25 3 75 Light thlpplng Beat Butcheri Rougbi Shoatl and pigs Medium to good butohcrs HOGS Choice packing and butcheri Fair to good 100 lbs 3 W 3 35 5 CO and SHEEP Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring- Fair to good 4 90 4 85 6 50 under4 75 - 4 90 6 75 5 00 2 CO 2 75 4 50 2 60 2 25 3 50 4 75 4 00 Co Texas i M Louisville St Louis 1J TIME SCHEDULE UI TaklUK A feet - At 600 oclck rVeal K Sudaj Die 62 80 IBM Bound Trains Mall 61 Eatt Sound Tratn Mall 64 f f 63 Rxpra Kxpra Dally 6 30pm 6 45 7 2s STATIONS Kipra 1 Bxpr Dally 7 30im 730 747 765 74 825 8 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Rock Haven Lon 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Children Cry for fltohtrt Cuvtoria ti WEEKLY COURtER JOURHAl Will b wat one to nay addrow fair 76 AMrnMTUDaiuKBxjiHi Nam y CToawjaort yr JkiVMk5lJlM mh -- r o ajVaHiV JftaatiayfftUw-1- - WtUN tmxTvwzi f r i V VA je Awarded Hljrhefet Honors -- World T HEk 23anOHSLMiII3QSlL NJW J M Tebqw waB In 0UOVBLRFORI KY 8TEPHENSPORT W Jarrptt attended court nt Hardinsburg last week lJonl you loll Charley Vjlitoo Hint 1 will give hlui a itbl for a week The reason Chris Best looks so sour is because it wnsn girl nnd not a boy We understand the pile driving crow of tho Texas road will bo here In n few days Mr and Mis Frank O Ferry have located In Henderson for the present any way Stophcnsport Is in need of a good cob- Â¬ bler and thero Is a good opening here Ffjulro J B tlc pity Bungay f r fe- - ye fep le C 4 uv a TheWortTs Pair Tests kwd jm bokhtg pmvdtr m pur r m great im kmy OhIMrwiCryfo a Clayton Crosson was in the city Sun Pali day Pun1 Bwcct applo cider nt tbo City Bakery Mrs II V Duncan wont to Louisville yesterday Just in the latest styles of gents hats Sulzers Jos Ballman Is delivering lots of lino coal to this market Oliver Howard and family McDanlels have moved to this city What has becomo of tho much talked of water works for this city If tliere is anything now in the toilet soap line Short Hnynes have it PERFECT MADE MOST Mrs Ruth W Jackson died at her Free A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant her home in Hawesville Monday do YEARS THH STANDARD Tho party that borrowed our type- Â¬ writer please return it Sulzers Notice tp Subscribers Very little tobacco moving in this The date on the libel Indicate the time to which your subscription it paid This serves Buyers and sellers wide apart n expiration notice every market both as a receipt week Kxamine the date printed after your Mr M S WJiitford and family leavo name on the margin of this paper and see If it is correct If not correct please to let us know Jf next Monday for their journey across tho your time hat expired please renew at once waters S G Shelley will prcacb at Holt on Breckenridge News the first Sunday instead of tho fourth Sunday WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1805 S G Shelley went to Morganfleld Monday to help Rev G W Lym in a LOOAL BREVITIES meeting A J Kirst Cannclton was in the city Ash Wednesday Is February 7 last week Mr Klrst makes fine clothes For sweet mixed pickles go to the City for men Bakury February 28 is the anniversary of tho Try the widows mites nt the City destruction of tho Catholic church in Bakery this city See that soap display at Short Etl English was hurt pretty badly at IlayneB tho depot yesterday while handling Ken Wnthen Irvlngton was in town some baggage Saturday Dont wear glasses tbat hurt your eyes Geo W Jolly Owensboro was in tho go to Short Haynes and havo a pair city Monday adjusted to suit them 3 E Wilson has moved into the PeakPsLast Monday Feb 18 eleven years property In the West end ol town ago tho Ulilo river reached its highest Irve OBrien went on the river ico point in the flood of 84 arid catno nearly being out of sight If you need spectacles Short Haynes They adjust Sam DeJernetto and wife left yester Â¬ is the place to get them day for Dalton Mo their future home the glass to tho eye not the eye to the Chas Sims was very busy Sunday ar- Â¬ glass The K Ps gavo an entertainment at ranging things down at St Rose church Prayer meeting at Elm St Methodist their ball last night It was the thirty first anniversary of the formation of the church Thursday evening at 7 oclock order Jos M Lewis is putting tho finishing Mr Kline has bought tho spring prop- Â¬ touches to Capt Rowlands new residerty at the Half way station on tho pike ence It has been some time sinco the whis- Â¬ and will erect a distillery in the near tle of the Plaining M11 lias been heard future Tho Crazy Tea given by tho ladles of in tho Went end P Hall W Rice of Duke was in town Mon- Â¬ the Baptist church at the K Friday night was a financial success and day and made arrangements to build a an enjoyable affair new house for himself The Louisville cattle market was active Our stock of clothing must bo reduced and strong Monday and all grades were Farmers lay in your spring wear while 10 to 15 cents higher except old thin it is cheap Sulzers cows and oxen wbich sold from 1 to 1J Tho Louisville Daily Post and the Hogs best packers 4 10 to cents Bbkckenridqe News one year for 275 1 12J post paid to any address Jas T Skillman is all broken up over Every prudent house wife should visit being knocked out of bis trip to New our bargain counters happy surprises Orleans He was anticipating such a - for a small outlay greet you Sulzers delightful time and pleasant party and Uncle Sammy Johnson says town then to be disappointed is really trying life dont suit cither bo or his wife and on one of his ago Buck Adkisson has concluded to move back to bis farm now would have taken it more quietly was in Mr Skillman may go later A L Ballraan Pinchecoe town Monday bidding good bye to bis Buck Adkisson nays this lias been friends He is going to Daviess County ono of the most trying winters in all t- From cellar to third story wo are mak- Â¬ bis existance and now that his good ing a sweeping clearance sale that grows landlady is going to lenvo he dont bigger in magnitude each week Sul know what in the world is to become of him There is a blue set of old bach- Â¬ zira Mrs Cloverport Rev Fatber Niehaus was the recipient elors over at tho of ouo of the prettiest valentines of the Templo has humored and petted them season It came from his Cincinnati so long tbat they are like a set of spoiled children hcpie Mayor Barry says thero is not so inucb Buying goods now at our great money raising sale is like investing in govern- Â¬ suffering in tho city among tho poor classes as ho thought for This is especment bonds you uro sure of a profit ially truo as to the colored class They Sulzers Mrs C D Temple will retire from the all have work in tho factory and are management of the Cloverport Hotel making u good living and doing well next Monday J II Wills will be tho Mr Beverly pays out about 200 a week which has been a great help to the colnew landlord ored classes He has bad very few calls Ed Kelloy Ex County Attorney for charity and bos expended about 50 Hawesville was in townjast week Mr tn tliin venv nn norrmnr nf Hih Oliv ono of the rising young attor Kelley is Georgie and Martitio Whitford enter of tho Hancock bar tained their little relatives and friends Obituary ndtices and resolutions of to u farewell tea last Thursday Those respect inserted at 5 cents a line Par Â¬ prcsont were Grifllth and Sue Roberts ties sending in theso notices will pleaso Watklns Courtney and Elizabeth Bab bearthisinmind bago Margaret Moorman J D and We sold inoro hardware last week Addle Louise Uabbage John Allen and than ever bofore in one week why Donald Murray Etta and Jennie Smith come in and get our prices it tells tho Willard Logan Vivian Pierce Ree and etory Sulzers Mattio Willis Edward Jennie Mable Read Sulzsrs regular advertisement and Russell Harris elsowliero Tbey are Belling stacks of Ed Gregorys mouse show in Sulzers goods It la a forced Bale and the peo- Â¬ window last week was ono of the most ple are getting the benefit of it attractive features of tho many ho has Miss Laura A Burdetto daughter of yet displayed It created a demand for Richard Burdetto and A Crowe of Han- Â¬ traps unprecedented in the history of cock county were married at tho homo the town In dull times thero is a way of Dr Huff Pellvjlle last Thursday to make business lively If you cant February 14 do it with gold dollars try the mouse Sexton Newton living out on the pike racket Live mice wero commanding a picked upa lot of shavings to kindle a fire dollar a pieCo on the streets It is said in a stove yesterday morning In the that Tom Ferry got so excited ovor tho shavings was a loaded shell which ex Â¬ show that be offered 5 for ono ploded and wounded three of Ids child Â¬ IN FLAMES ren very badly town of a Hub and There is talk in Spoke factory Good men are at the The Beautiful Rraidence of J T Owen head of the enterprise and it- - will not Ca Total Lost result in all talk Thoro is certainly a Glkndeane Kv Fob 18 special good opening hero for such an enterprise On last Thursday night the elegant resi Â¬ and it ought to pay Owen was entirely Tho Iwakett coal mines at uaskett oa J dence ol Mr Ferd tho Texas were sold at Commissioners consumed by fire The sleeping Inmates sale at Henderson Monday They were wero awakened by the stifling suioko and all succeeded in getting out with Â¬ X purchased by a syndicate of Owensboro out injury though they bad not timo to 11 bwlneee men The price paid wm IJftQ The property was valued at 50 savo all their own clothes Very little was saved from the raging flames the OW Are being under such headway before Floyd Roberto Irvington was viitlng it w tMeeovered It is thought to have Vtage Carter last week It was Mr RobÂ¬ originate lathe kitchen though the erta Ant visit to our city and he wu de uteneet etWlwd been taken to see that ligitUkjI with the plfto lis has an ap tbekiteliott Ire waa secure before retir Â¬ as a railroad peatal clerk attd ing jtwaHiBgaa ofwting when Iw will go The houee was built about lour years to work He U a young wan full of et ago at a coat approximating fg0Q0 It wgy awl not afraid of work and will was Beared for 8000 None of the a nwt elate employe tusk OMtetite were 1bhw4 More titan a thouaand Uolkis worth of furnrtaw and eloiltiuK went up in the Aamee THE NEWS ON TOP IRVINGTON Mrp Topi fiinth is visiting her mother this week Our best wishes and congratulations to Mr and Mrs Marvel Dew ley Masters Roy and Willie Wimp aro at tending school hero this term Miss Molllo Lyons and her father made n short visit to Louisville tills week Miss Lucy Frank attended by Mr Heron of Cloverport was In town last week John L Henry Jr was on the sick list this week Only a bad cold which iJ WE NEVER SAW THE LIKE BEFORE I Tho Jury Gives a Vordict for 39 in Our Favor Against Ad Gon Gross AN CREAM INTERESTING TRIAL BAKING WWDffi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ia ity returned to Brandenburg to await the break up in tho river A slight blazo on the roof of tho school houso caused some excitement in town Friday morning but by tbo timoly arriv al of some of tho citizens with water buckets it was extingusihed with but slight damage Miss Lilly McGlothlan was circulating among old friends Friday and Saturday Miss Lilly has a host of friends who miss her smiling happy faco from nmong tliein and who are always pleased to give her a hearty welcome Miss Emily Munford returned from Hardinsburg Friday Wo feci sure Miss Emily has many sympathizing friends in Hardinsburg which place she has many tender memories of a pleasant term spent thero several years ago Misses Bettio McGehce Ree Washing- Â¬ ton and Dalso Mercer were delightfully entertained by Mrs Jimmy Lewis to dinner last Saturday Mrs Lewis is a charming hostess and her young friends feel themselves particularly favored Olir hearts go out in sympathy to Mr and Mrs Wimp in the sudden shadow which has fallen upon them May tbo white winged messenger of peace com- Â¬ fort tbein for the loss of their littlo treasure wbich budded but to blossom in eternity I wish to say that anyone having itoms they would like Inserted If they will send them to mo previously to Sun- Â¬ day afternoon I will take pleasure in favoring them No wish to slight anyone but a busy homebody lids no oppor- Â¬ tunity of knowing nil tho interesting happenings Little Elizabeth Clairo Jolly celebrat her third birthday last Thtirsday the 14th All tho children on tho square wore invited among tfieiu being two others of the same age Tho table was spread in the nursery wbich was dark Â¬ ened and the room lighted with wax tapers threo of which graced her birth Â¬ day cako and which little Claire bestow- Â¬ ed with a favour upon each of her little friends when leaving They all had a good tlmo nnd wished the littlo tot many happy returns of tho day The following will bo rendered by the Irvington Bay View Reading Circle at its regular circlo mooting next Saturday afternoon Music and history of Marse illese hymn Paper the Gauls Biograp Â¬ hical sketch Joan of Arc Paper Terri- Â¬ torial possessions of France Threo min uto character sketches of Charles Martel Pepin Charles tho Great Charles tho Bald Paper tho Crusades A social feature questions nnd answers on the required reading interspersed with a solo and some music suited to the occas- Â¬ ion A pleasant and profitable meeting case Geo W Jolly presented the caso is anticipated Hon to the jury in behalf of Gen Gross and A new theory in the treatment of Mr J A Dean of Owensboro for tho coughs lung and bronchial affections has Tho arguinente wero very plaintiffs of spirited and listened to with particular been advanced by tbo manufacturers Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a Mr Jolly made the point that interest All dealers sell granting there was a contract to publish wonderful remedy For salo it on a positivo guarantee theso articles which Gen Gross how- Â¬ Haynes Cloverport Dr by Short ever denied yet there ought to bo no It II McMullln McDanlels M Moyor recovery Because If tho plaintiff pub Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ lished these things in his paper without tino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Bennett regard to their truth then tbey were deÂ¬ Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Brown moralizing to tho community and if Irvington Ky Jno PNichols Garfield dono to influence a voter they wore in Â¬ Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky juring tho morals of the public Mr Jolly gave a very good moral lecture on Salesmen Wanted Good wages to sell our nuisory stock Kentucky politics Wo will have for Mr Dean replying to this point in Mr Apply for terms Jollys argument said that If the position Spring and fall 1805 an immonso stock tho gentleman assumed for ids client in of apple pear peach plum Apricot this caso was to be taken as true then cherry grape etc Also small fruits Gen Gross through respect that he had shado and ornamental trees roses etc for tho voters of this district should re Â¬ We make a specialty of wholesaling to We will sell to sign bis seat in the State Senate For large planters direct tako note payable responsible parties and said he if these things which had been in six twelve and cighteon months said about him by this newspaper in his Write us for wholesale prices Address Southern NunssitY Co canvass for the nomination wero false as Winchester Tenn the counsel contended then be procured his election from these falso statement and ho ought at onco to forward his resignation to tho Governor Tho jury took tho case Saturday about They staid in their rooms all noon Saturday afternoon Tiio court allowed them to go homo and return Monday morning About 1 1 oclock they brought l he cream of Cod liver Oilvith Six of in a vordict for plaintiff for 39 Hypophosphltes is for tho jurymen were in favor of allowing Coughs the lull amount sued for Thus ended Colds the first and we hope the last and only law auitthe News is ever to be engaged Throat In Bronchitis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho case of the IIckckexmikie News proprietors against Gen A J Gross was called for trial in the Circuit Court at Hardinsburg last Thursday Tho suit was on an account against Mr Gross mado while he was n candidate for the Democratic nomination for a seat in tho Kentucky State Senate Mr Gross had strong opposition in tiio race and tho News rendered ssrvice for him in the lny of publishing communications with refcrenco to the raco for which bo agreed to pay When tho nomination was won and Mr Gross election made sure tho News presented its bill to Mr Gross which he declined to pay He said on tho witness stand tbat ho never agreed or contracted to pay for any such matter Tho editor of the News safd bo did rfgren and contract to pay for tho publi- Â¬ cations and tho verdict of the jury rend Â¬ ered in our favor for 39 bears out tho statement The amount sued for after deducting some payments mado by Mr Gross was 123 This is tho amount we should have had but wo are not entering any complaint against tho jury because they didnt give us a verdict for the full amount Tho caso was a new ono in the court houso in many respects and several legal points wero raised in tbo progress of the Hon trial that were quite interesting Geo W Jolly and D It Murray made n strong appeal to tho court on what they said was tho law that tho suit was against public policy and should havo On this motion the been dismiss d point was made that tho communications were published without regard to their truth or falsity and hence no action could bo maintained to cause their pay ment Tho contrary of this was true be cause tho publishers did not and could not havo known at the time tho publica- Â¬ tions were mado whether tbey were truo More over tho communications or not wero simply ixpresslons of opinion from Gen Gross lrlends as to lus fitness for tho position lie was seeking To say that thoy were published regardless of their truth etc came in bad tasto from Gen Gross and bis attorneys because tho readers of the News remember that tho articles wero commendablo of Mr Gross setting fortli bis fitness for tho position etc The motion made by the defense there- Â¬ fore that tho suit was against public policy was over ruled by the court and the case went to the jury on tho facts There was a largo crowd in the court room and tho public seemed eager to hear all the details of tho case J D Babbage plaintifl was the first witness He said in substance that ho had a clear and distinct understanding witli Gen Gross that anything to ids in Â¬ terest which came up in the canvass plaintifl was to publish itjuid his bill would be paid Other witnesses wero put on the stand to corroborate thisstate ment Mr Early of Catnelton was in- Â¬ troduced who Btated that 10c per lino for such matter as was charged against Gen Gross by a paper having a circulation as largo as the News ho thought was rea Â¬ sonable Gen Gross being put on tho stand denied making any contract with plain Â¬ tiff in which he agreed to pay for tbo articles charged against him lie denied any conversation to that effect Mr Crosson was put on tho stand by tho defendant to prove some conversation Gen Gross had with him about the mat tor wbich bo communicated to tho plaintiff Other matters were testified to which had no special bearing on tho seems prevalent J It Nowsom Owensboro Robert Newton Louisville Mr Bosloy Wolf Creek registered nt McGlothlan Houso last week Mr Floyd Roberts visited his aunt Mrs Kato Carter in Cloverport last Wo aro always glad to have our week boys homo again Mrs Wm N Drury Bow loyville came over from her home paying Miss Ada a hurried call Then on to Mis Robert McGlothlans for a day and night Our town was almost devoid of tho Lords of Creation Monday night near- Â¬ ly everyone of them having been called to Hardinsburg on legal business Mr Herbert Worland clerk on tho City of Owonsboro after spending sev Â¬ eral days with relatives in tho commun- Â¬ of the Irvington neighborhood spent the day out near Union Star last week If you want your soul saved apply to It W Vaugban and let him insure it for he will Insure anything The girls and boys of our town have been having a jolly good timo skating on the frozen ice on tho river Business is aw fill dull at this point and thero is a very slim prospect of any reaction of trade before spring Say did you try some of them tliar oysters at Beavln Tuckers Well you must for they nre fine and fresh Steplietuport was left out last week solely becauso tho items did not reach the Editor in time to ho published Col R Vnughan of Louisville who has been visiting hissonR W Vnughan left for home last Monday morning Well wo nre just flushed with drum- Â¬ mers and the hungriest lot of fellows you ever saw hungry for orders Catch on for a first class ono Mr Ferd McGbee Such eager buy Â¬ ing such gob ling up of rem Â¬ nants What a crowd of satis Â¬ fied buyers it showed the pco pies eyes to It economy Bhowed tho suited prices everybodys pocket book Its real sacrifices wo nro making in every But they hnvo to go to join tho army of Bargain Hunters department hat a Stir A i 4 hat a Rush 1 this IvALli You can snvoAliNO It LUK 1 money by will week Now is tho time 12 1 in ess prices Spring will poon be here and you need a pair why not get Item its money un need in our Imft- Look in our windows this week and see the display and get our you will bit a regular knock You bargain this week you live if you need a carpet come this week will TPrTQ V11 regret vJlong as nover PA as lot --N3c Doyles nt only 15c A lot of 50c marked down to 5c Doyles nt 10c A lot of 10c Doyles at oc Table covers 50c reduced to 25u Mall orders promptly filled Send postage All colors in fancy Bilk floss in stock STAMPED GOODS of A Siitewsgut week price lc by a time Every clerk is busv Wo Wo keep busy making bargains Come wliilo they last for they are melting away like a lump of ice under nn August sun You mav not need easoline stoves now but may bo Wo have a three we ollur you an inducement Also You can get it this week for 2 oven nn oil stovo used not enough to burn the unnuiel off In fine condition cost 20 This week 6 will get it REM NANT COUNTER a 2ZSJcertain must get our stork reduced - cau J W IvJ worth 750 burner with f - OTATTPO I V V 1 the country havo been having a time of it keeping up fires and doing the chores to keep up circu Â¬ lation Mr James G Stephens of Holts Bot tom neighborhood is now in I akeland Florida to remain until spring with his Tho people from Â¬ YJ 11 carpenters HA A V H you nro going to build como to us If you nro going to paint come to us If you wnnt tool come to us Our hardware stock must go Throw away those oldgrapo vine gate hinges seo what bargains in good strong ones for you Prices on them tliat you cant nflord to miss tho bargains V IN W nro reducing our stock every day it will bo I T 1 1 IN Vj to your intrust to como and see Wo have in Â¬ Clearance Sale of mammoth magnitude Look examine augurated a and seo for yourself T T PI W 1 ULvU 1 f son Mluor ScotVs Emulsion tors itnet K WJlagby a prominent lawyer of Paduoah Ky says that Dr Balls Pine Tar Uoaey cored hie children of whoop lngeougu when all thing elee failed Its a aew remedy for all coughs For tile by Short A Haysea Cloverport Dr R H McMullln McPaatela M Meyer A Co Buraa Geo Hayeear ConeUn Weak Lungs Consumption Loss of Flesh Emaciation Weak Babies Crowing Children Poor Mothers Milk Scrofula Anaemia mthkwi-- Pttohr8 0Mtftrtu tine r A Taylor Boeetta t Drnry Bennett A Co JWyvllU Ky Yf E Brown IrvlogtoB Ky r Jno P Nichols Garfield Morria Big Sprint Ky Ky A in faqt for all conditions call Ing for a quick and effective tmtrhKmtMt StnJtrJhuMtHtl frn NY AIIBmeairta Mm4H 3S Assignee Any parties desiring a protracted meet Â¬ ing held by tho County Evangelists of Breckenridge county will address Elder H M Phillips They say uncle Sammy Hix went in his hnlo and pulled the hole after him Now come out Sammy and sing for us You sweet biid 1ItOlltlKTOHS They say John Flannery is n very charitable fellow for wo hea d a little fellow say ho givo his little brother a whole stick of candy ono night EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use Pleaso remember that goods can be 17IO to 1720 MAIN ST bought just as cheap in SUpliensport as any place in tho county Put this hi TrLiuitoM iv kin your pipe and smoke it nnd dont forget Tho Doit Shoes it for the Least Money tmfA J Owen Cunningham our present wishes to be remembered County Clerk FIT FOR to all bis friends and wo understand a king Owen Is very much pleased in his pres Â¬ Over Ono million People wear tlin ent quarters W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos nro equally Mrs J II Payne whilst nbout her All PHI v5m Tbey clvo thoour nbnrn tor tho money satisfactory Ik rS best value I la vilL Theyrequal custom sboes are style and lit household duties slipped and fell on tho v u Hearing qualities v- unsurpassed t gzv SU I VSJB prices aro uniform stamped on solo oil cloth in her hall nnd received serious Kruin a to SJ saved over other mnkf your dealer cannot supply you we can injuries but wo nro glad to report she is ir getting along nicely Cordovan French smW 5 M3Pzf Unnmclled Cnlfnnd Kangaroo Wo trust from tho pretty weather we sssssssssssssnsftsjK v issssa S3 BO Police Shoes 3 toies r IS f- yvs d1 aro now having Hint the back bono of and 2 workingmens im Boys aaas winter is broken nnd that it wont bo X Jkfc 7o au School Shoes J licks tuna io yf 33 long before everyone ran be nt work It your dealer cannot supply Bk v zr IlT i nr iihcr a x What do you say Mr Editor L W L Douglas Tho 14th St Valentines day was n J33Sw llrocklon llnsa IMt ffilnl busy day ami thero was in the neighbor Â¬ hood of a hundred and fifty passed through the post ofllce and n good many Wa eolSBfBJBJByBJByBJBer BAaSJSjfBHBJSjBjBVfiH30BVSJpSPJSla never seen nor henrn the post office C M McGLOTHLAN Union Star Ky our only deputy S L SULZER Cloverport Ky William Gardner sheriff is thinking of locating in our town pretty soon and we all say with TOBINSPORT IND GLENDEANE one accord Welcome Willie come on nnd you w ill never have cause to regret EOur school will closo next Monday it Lobo Pate Ilnrdinsburg was hero last Sleighing lias been nil the go since Mr M Blain came back from Louis- Â¬ week Christmas ville Thursday night where he has been Guy Moorman Cloverport is visiting J It Polk is working for the Polk looking after the adjustment of his re- Â¬ relatives here Bros as salesman this winter cent loss in tobacco and wo nro glad Tho frozen bridge across tho Ohio is Miss Lulu Vessels Ilardinsbuig spent indeed to report that ho was well in- Â¬ lost week hero patronized no little these cold days sured A big high water and great destruction Barnio DeJernetle Jollys Station is along the river is prophesied this spring A recant letter from Klrby Blain of attending school here Tho Ilottom was well represented nt Lakeland Fla states that his orango Mr Cos Rhodes has been quite sick Homo last Saturday in tho interest of trees that wero in bearing are not killed Ho is much better now the 11 vie fortune but the bright prospects for orange fruit Lew is Moorman ot Loltchflcld is visRow Rutledge of Cloverport was this year is knocked out for tho coming iting his cousins the Misses Owen called to tho care of tho Baptist church year any way Mrs Lnfo Green Falls of Rough was hero last Saturday Mr R W Vaughan mado a trip to Our trustee after a short but severe Louisville last week and while there was on Saturdays train on her way to Louis spell of sickness is nblo to bo out again mado Agent of tho Roynl Insurance Co vlllo Lafe Fleming and Miss Jukio Owen attending to business and also Agent for the Imperial LaunProf Howard Royal and family will dry Collars 2c and cuffs 4c per pair visited Miss lieorgya Robertson mem ber ol Utopian College faculty ono move to their farm on Deer Creek ns Your insurance and lauudrytespectfully soon as his school closes day last week solicited John Carson of Cloverport was ovor Mr and Mrs Matheny parents of our Tho Christian church nt this placo on this side of tho brink last week look- Â¬ held a meeting some timo ago and ap- Â¬ genial section boss have been ailing for ing for so mo flno fowls pointed its pastor It M Phillips to col- Â¬ some time with sovero colds They are Jack Frost lias found his way into lect funds to complete tho building of somowbat better now most every cellar around hero and seems their house of worship at this placo So Rev Ililllipps a Christian divino from to havo dono his work effectually any ono who wants to contribute any Â¬ Stephonsport preaches hero to night Lock Lamb of near Hawesville thing no matter how small tho amount Hois expected here to hold a series of will movo here in the spring into tho pleaso forward tho same to Rev Phillips meetings lasting through tho weok and property now occupied by Dud Beavln at this place probably longer Alex Ahl after a visit of several weeks Tho sad news of tho death of little Mr Sam Davidson after many weeks among friends nnd relatives here will Burnice Lay daughter of Mr and Mrs suirering died nt Owensboro last week return to his homo near Moweaqua 111 J H Lay of Gas City Ind was receiv- Â¬ Ills remains wero sent home and interr- Â¬ this week ed hero last week and tholr many ed in tho family burying ground 8atui W R and Kdwin Polk have sold their friends express their heartfelt sympathy day A good man is gone farm known ns the Roll land to John for1 fliem in their bereavement The Como down Hardinsburg and gather Ksera of Rranchvlllo this county Mr Lord giveth nnd the Lord taketh away in all ye people from tho country and luicra will move here some time in so dear parents prepare yourselves to see our flags flouting to heavens breeze March meat her in the Land of love Glondeano Is in it and shes willing to The farmers will begin in a short time let you shnro her advantages If youll to sow their clover teed Fortunately Some folks will think that Dr Bells come and help yourselves there was enough seed harvested hero Pino Tar Honey is no better than the last season to supply about every one cbmmon cough remedies until they try with tho seeds needed it Then they will know for themselves Cass Whitehead went to Louisville that its the best on earth For sale by last week a witness in the case of tho Haynes Cloverport Dr It Short Just as Good as Ripans Now Orleanstheand Cincinnati Packet Company vs Insurance Company for II McMullln McDanlels M Moyer Tabules for headaohesbiious the sinkjng of the State of Missouri Co Buraa Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Roeetta Drnry Bennett ness and all disorders of the Of the 501 prisoners received at the Co Bewloyvllle Ky j W E Brown Irv- Â¬ State penitentiary during tho past year ington Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield stomach and liver One IJl declares they wore drunk when the Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky crimes for which they were sentenced labule gives relief wero committed Only oie convict of STALLION TO FARM Klpani Tabules may b obtained through your the 501 claimed to hayo a good educa Â¬ Th Strancer Sock Dam a let Drtnnnn 8 nearest UruimUt Price jo cents a box tion years old 6 bands Mah blood V and erV stylish Omi all the Kail and ffuMtM dsp3a No sermon from pulpit ever ptaMkti None but reliable parties need wl Tbtre are our babia in the Mate- pen mote eloquently far UtupiraneV and CuWbMITII tWIMAk A GustntiKy ivoassawyAiiiiu nvrv Itnjsat Iiswhini iuo education tHan tefeiwdiitura micm m Glasgow Titua walfa ind oue h short time 1W th tU Dr Prices Crown Making Pow4er mother wm MaUnctHl Perfect Made J C Nolle vlSWVWSVWVSr Ackermann Brewing Co Senn SULZERS MAIN STREET BRRWERY LOUISVILLE KY W L DOUGLAS 3 3 CLUIfC1 anUC S4S350 3 I am K mmr zm xifw Kinii talfZ olsa Sht 2do 52ol Vfk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There Is Nothing - 1 Mt 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest US Govt Report thr brrokemridq GARFIELD Â¬ jSIRWS oloykrport xy 4 SAMPLE School closed last Tuesday week Mtp8 Lucy Jolly went to Etephcnsport SECURE A POSITION WANTKII for office wcrhnn nlry In molt every county In llie Middle Southern Wettern and a few of the Nnrthern and Kaitern Slatet a young lady or young Kentlemin Thoe Irom the country ntfo nrxc pted hxpcricncc not nee In fact pttfer beginner ut n omall al Â¬ eiarr ary at hrtt tay from ij to 1 50 per month Many who ttartcd on mnll nlarlea now re Mint lie a ceive from 7J tn u per month worker and lurnfli good reftrence Mut epnlt In limk cah about ioo No loan nkeil no Investment requited It la n ailiiried and permanent polllnn Our rnlcrprlne la trnngly I O Ilox iU Addrca cndnreil by banker lYvSI Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE News JO 1895 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY FEllKtAltY TRUE WURE AccomÂ¬ Doos Not Consist In the Cultivation of Outward plishments But In tho Dovolopemont And Spirit of Tho Triuno Man Body Soul IN THEIR DIVINE HARMONY Our ago prides itself on being an ago of culture but do wo know in what true As a whole I culture really consists think not A smattering of sentimental literature a superficial refinement of manners a few borrowed phrases and ap propriated customes of society the rendering of a few pieces by note and fashionable dress constitute with alas too many tho standard of culture Man must be educated back to tho divine imago from which he fell True cul- Â¬ ture consists not in the cultivation of outward accomplishments It consists Â¬ n- - i t not in intellectual acquirements Itcon sisls in the development of tho triuno man body soul and spirit in their divine harmony This is not n development into man but a development of man The theory of development into man is of the flesh but tho development of man is of tho spirit Since man is destined for eternity it is not befitting that lie should attain perfection in time Man does not develop as the beast of the field or tho fowl of the air they soon learn nil that they ever know they soon enjoy all they are capable of enjoying They soon attain to the perfection of their being and fulGuess you understand your trade A Des Moines woman who has been fill tho end of their creation Oh yes replied the clerk wrapping troubled with frequent colds concluded So the fowl of the air and the beast of up a bundle for his lady customer what to try an old remedy in a now way and tho field only have- a right to sing and can I do for you accordingly took a tablecpionful four bray of his perfection Tho swallow Well as the cold weather is coming builds her nest and the beaver his dam on I tliought I might as well como and times the usual dose of Chamberlains Cough Remedy just beforo going to bed precisely as they did in tho days before give you a job The next morning sho found that her the flood nor can it be otherwise liut I dont understand you sir replied it is not so with man This life is too the clerk who began to suspect that tho cold had almost entirely disappeared During the day site look it lew doses of short and this world tco small for his fellow was in the wrong box tho remedy one teaspoonful at a time development lie but begins to live in Zactly so well Ill tell you and at night again took a tahlespoonful this world Tliis lifo is simply a state of Explain what you mean my friend probation Our faculties but begin to said tho clerk as lie saw him produce a beforo going to bed and on the following morning awoke free from all symptoms unfold all the things of timo when we roll from under his coat of the cold Since then she has on sev- Â¬ are called hence of our This unfolding Well as I said beforo the cold weath eral occasions used this remedy in liko faculties this development of our inner er is coming on and I thought I might manner with the same good results and self is the result of culture a culture as well bo fixin for it Came mighty is much elated over her discovery of so not of the flesh but of the spirit not of near freezen tother winter well 1did quick a way of curing n cold For sale the outer but of the inner man but It Fisher by A Cloverport Ky Culture and Christianity properly con I hojio you will tell me what you Kincheloo Hoard Hardinsburg Ky sidered are inseparable Ilowho relies want so that I may serve you on culture apart from Christianity misCertainly squire certainly I always Report of the Cloverport Public conceives tho end of his beinir The do business in a hurry and just as quick School for Month Ending highest culture hitherto attained apart as tho old master will let I want you to from Christianity has never been capablo February 8 1895 re tall these old shirts Let them come of saving its devotes from ruin Grccco down about to tho knee kase I dont Number girls enrolled 112 and Homo wero never more cultured in wear drawers Number boys en ollod 03 popular sense than when they began to 207 Tho effect may be imagined but as tho Whole number pupils enrolled go down in death Materialistic culture novelists say cant bo described The Average daily attondanco 175 was their winding sheet and A Iteli 22 loud laugh which followed served to Averago daily absence gion of tho flebh should bo theirepitaph 88 convince tho poor fellow ho had com- Â¬ Percent of attendance Wherever civilization is not mado to rest mitted himself and his long legs were Number cases tardiness 60 on the basis of moral and religious truth Number visitors 13 put in motion for tho door Ex it can not attain to any permanent exMOM OK HONOR istence Of tliis Greece and Homo have man school department PYTHIANS ANSWER furnished tho world examples In Third year Olivia Fallon Stella Mul- Â¬ Greeco freedom had a field peculiarly len her own she breathed her inspiration To Pope Leos Recent Edict Against Second year Margaret SkillmanHosa into tho people and her spirit into their Ryan Pearl Perrign Sudle Beverley Secret Societies literature she lived in tho deeds of Ernest Boyd Wallio Lishen Herbert their youth and was sung by tho muse Hiedel James Witt Lodgo Haltimore Feb lX The Grand of their bards Tins spirit was diffused First year Lena IIammanJano Ham in Home Their land was full of liberty of Maryland Knights of Pythias is hold Â¬ hleton Annie Hambleton Minnie Ogles ing a three days session in this city and culture but not the liberty nor the bey Annie Brandenburg Fonzo Kings-Â¬ culture of the soul consequently Homo Tho report of Grand Keeper of Records bury llobt Witt and Seals James Whitehouse refers to became a sink of iniquity And is it imUlAMMAlt UKIARTMKNT possible that the fatal mistake of Greeco tho recent encyclical of Pope Leo XIII Sixtli grade Adella Moorman Eliza and its condemnation of tho Knights of and Homo should bo repeated in our May Eflle Swaggot Stella McGavock own country Wo nro venturing to some Pythias and several other secret organiCarrio Graham Bertie McGavock Da- Â¬ zations in the following words extent on tho slippery places from which mon Beavln Joe DHuy Sholby Conrad Recently presumably through in they fell Tho evil star of their national Joo Fallon James Logan Lafe Behen fluences not congenial to our soil a ruin is that on which tho eyes of many Wilbur Gregory of our political leaders are fixed Tho religious organization has taken steps to Fifth grade Muriel Gregory Edith exclude from our order and drive out all godless spirit that animated the Itoinnn Heron Win Wendelkin Nora Perrigo senate is being nursed into new lifo in adherents of their faith now members Leila Daniel David May Isadore Fop How any mortal man or immortal American politics and this nursing is ham Chas Berry Chas Zircle Edward not simply in the halls of legislation but either could reach such conclusions in Wroe Warfield Collins Ira Behen Wal this land of liberty and ago of intelli- Â¬ in tho homes of tho peoplo ter Graham Hetween modern materialism and the gence and unstinted charity as to try INTKItMEDtATK DEPARTMENT cultivated heathenism of the ancient and prevent any citizen from attaching Fourth grade Sallie Swaggot Mal- Â¬ Greeks tho difference Is not worth the himself to an organization like tliis that colm OBrien naming Man says Moleschott is does not interferoVitli nny civil politiThird grado Carl Gregory Wearda produced from wind and ashes the cal or roligious liberty is a more pro- Â¬ Graham John Newton Lucy Dean action of vegetable life called him into found mystery than tho theory that all Clara Dyer Maggio Wroe Clara Carter existanco Thought consists in tho motion has its origin in an atom PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Hut in tliis electrical day of thought motion of matters it is a translocation of Second grado AnnietBell Boyd Leon Â¬ tho cerebral substance without phos and development to condemn societies ard Gregory Ben OBrien Efton Beavin phorus thero can bo no thought and originated solely for tho rare of their First grude Georgo Boyd Fred New- Â¬ consciousness itself is nothing but an at Â¬ Blck to watch over tho welfaro of tho ton Charlie OBrien tribute of matter This deification of Widows and children of former members Primary grade Jno D Bahbagp jr tho flesh this gospel of dirt makes and to help each other materially when J II Loo an Supt man consist simply of what ho eats necessary to forbid a citizen from at- Â¬ taching himself to such a body tho same Tho missionaries of this heathen gospol Baby is Gone have no need to address tho reason of process of reasoning would Justify with Â¬ With sorrow I chronicle tho death of holding succor to tho starving That men only feed thorn oiillio right kind Everott Lee infant son of J D and Mary of food and thoir regeneration is accom Â¬ this a grave and serious error will in Wheatloy He died oi brain fever on the time manifest itself to thoso who are its plished Materialism is a religion of tho 18th of December 1801 after a painful flesh a deification of matter j its laver authors illness of three weeks God released him of regeneration is tho chemists retort from his sufferings and called him to that its now birth phosphorus Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old placo of eternal bliss Give tho Home is desolute brain pIentyof phosphorus by high liv Â¬ living at 018 Monroo street Paducah without him timo can only lesson tho ing and you devolop soul materialism Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey grief farewell darling baby while thy Yet tho heralds of this soulless gospel is tho best grip cure cough lung and spirit shall bark in Joy forever mora talk flippantly about culture bronchial remedy that lias been offered We will stand as a lonely watcher on the Young women abpve all others should to tho people during her life Guaran- Â¬ verdant earth to guard thy resting place appreciate the blending of culturo and teed and sold by Short Haynes Clover until summoned to meet thee whero Christianity Ono glance at tho history port Dr H hMcMulllnMcDaniels M parting la no more Fannie WjieaIey of the world must convince you that the Meyer Co Huraa Goo Hoyser Con Â¬ highest culture unsanctlfled by chrlst stantino A Taylor Itosetta Drury Den Â¬ NOTICE I waict eTtrr nan and woman In tho Valtta tionity has sever elevated woman above nett Co Howleyvlllet W E Brown Opium and Waltiv flutss interested In disgraceful servitude Certainly you can Irvinglon Ky Jno P Nichols GarÂ¬ luMU to tiara one ofUt boaki en tbo dta bit JlddraM ft M WoolUr Attest tia not entertain the bought that tho cul field Ky A It Morris Dig Spring Ky Box Mt ana osa will M ttotjotttivo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There will bo services at Gross school bouo every Saturday ulght Mrs Jauy Fry mire Is visiting Mrs Amit Hoard this week Mrs Hell Smith and Artcmksa Handy went to I lanlinsburg shopping Wednes day Mr James Whcatley of Big Spring turo which dors not clovatn woman can was in our town on business last week ever bless the world Only Christianity Tho Maey Brothers have Joined tho has exalted her to that position in tho Kentucky Heading Circle esteem and affections of man that God Supt Driskell was here last week on designed she should occupy business Hence of all tho friends of ancient SlielfTs ealo hero Monday Feb 11th Christianity woman should bo the most against Mr J II Mordockin favor of Mr lasting and of all the enemies of modern Frank Fraizc of Clovcrport Tliis was rationalism she should be tho most bit the first sale of tho kind ever executed Tlioso who would ter and unrelenting at Garfield array culturo against Christianity are Bandys school traght by Miss Maud themselves under tho influence of that which they oppose Tho very imagined Smythc of Hnrdinsburg will close just as ho Thursday 21 She will enter college imperfection of Christianity who seeks to discover spots in tho sun soon after her school is out G Hook Jr lately fell victim to tho must for this pnrposo borrow the light demoralizing fate of being expelled of the sun itself Its Culturo and Christianity are so inter- from the music class Ik re he says woven that we may never expect either sad but yet true every boys t Aorta separate from tho other as a blessing to cant bo rewarded with success and hap Â¬ tho world So vital is this relation that piness Truth when crushed to earth United they stand divided they fall Wilt rise again Anon F II S Pates Fchool taught by Mis Ada Board will close Feb 22 Washingtons Did You Ever Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for birthday She w HI arrange her last days If not get a bottlo now exercises to commemorato that great your troubles and get relief This medicine has been national holiday It will be a Joyous found to bo peculiarly adapted to the re- Â¬ day for her pupils for she is efficient and lief and cure of all Female Complaints very successful in such undertakings Mr C S Board has rented the Hop exerting a wonderful direct influence in Wnles farm and if Madam Humor giving strength and tono to the organs If you have Loss of Appetite Constipa- speaks true will take unto himself a tion Headache Fainting Spells or are better half soon Nervous SleeplessExcitableMelancholy Mr A A Richardson our ladies mer- Â¬ or troubled with Dizzy Spells Electric chant will open the doors of the city Hitters is the medicine you need Health hall next Saturday for the young folks of and Strength are guaranteed by its use Garfield they will have a grand ball Large bottles only fifty cents at A H there that night Fishers drug store Married at the rtsidence of the bridos mother Miss Emaia Bell to Mr Clinton A Slight Mistake Hell of Hardinsburg Wednesday even- Â¬ A strange appearing genius on his first ing at 5 oclock The bride was attired visit to the city observed a sign over a in a beautiful tan the groom wore the store thus usual black Rev RobU Dougin officiat- Â¬ He ing We wish them Wholtsalo and Hetail Store much joy and a worked his way through the crowd of happy future ladies until he faced one of the clerks To hi married Wednesday the 20ih who was exhibiting some articles to a hist at Louisville Miss Artemissa Bandy lady when ho broke out with noting to Mr Hobt Hell of this place Tlu y Say Mister whos boss here will extend their bridal tour to Lebanon The proprietor has just stepped out Ky where they will remain a short Well this is a re tailing shop time Yes sir a wholesale and retail store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ABOUT POULTRY pigeons ron PROFIT PROFIT IN last Saturday GUINEAS Iloir to Feed Mntr Mnrhct nml Keep Thrill In Health It was in tho spring of 1880 that n largo farmer was Induced by tho writer to breed common pigeons for profit Ac- - l j cordingly six pairs if mated whito and hlno pigeons wero s nt from tho city to tho farm and n phco boarded oil for their accommodation nbovo n part of tho haymow Tho spaco was about 20 by 10 feet with n door for tho entrance and n ladder extending from tho nppor beams of tho barn Iu tho center of this room a square was partitioned off by railings In this imlosuro wero spread f harp coarso sand and gravol tho rail Â¬ ing abont tho inclosuru being nocossary to proven t tho pigeons from scattering tho sand A box iu ono cornor of this Inclosnro was kept filled with cggsholls Mutt Ilnvr Unlimited Hance Tlntch Ids nml ltt nrlnc A flock of guineas nro about tho most profltablo poultry that can bo kopt if they nro whero they can havo unlimited raugo Tho common or pearl guineas are just ns good as tlio albino or whito va riety but when cooked thoir flesh is not to white In tho morning when thoy nro lot out of tho poultry honso they often do not stop longer than fo pick np n littlo of tho grain given to tho flock and then they wniidcr off to tho Holds in search of weed seeds nml huge which Â¬ lliry they liko better than anything that can given tlioni They never grow tamo liko hens but tho whito ones nro much moro domestic in thoir habits than tho bo colored onos nro rmtifrw jjWT A OllOUP OF PIGEONS broken mortar and clay in lumps In another box ntf tio oppfisito side a picco of rock salt was kept all this be ing nocossary to keep pigoons in health Tho nestboxes in which to rear tho young pigeons wero mado of low shal Â¬ A box 10 by 13 inches low soapboxes squaro and S inches deep serves tho pnrposo Somoof theso boxes wero nailed a fow feet nbovo tho floor some higher up and qnito a number wero put on tho lloor Any plaoo will suit a common pigeon All being ready tho six pairs of birds wore sot at liberty in the coop The light was admitted byasraall win dow at tho extremo end of tho barn In tho courso of n wook after tho pigeons worn liberated iu thoir new quarters two pair had built nests n littlo hay for that purposo having boon provided Tho following week theso had laid two eggs each and tho four other pairs wero building thoir nosts Thus two pairs wero on eggs and four others laying and ready to sit Tho following week all wero nt work Pigeons lay two eggs for each olntoh It takes 18 days to hatch thorn three to fivo wooks beforo they lay again Usually a new sotting of eggs may bo oxpootnd threo weeks aftor tho first hatch It takes tho young ones five weeks to bejin feeding thomsolves but tho malo pigeon usually looks after them until thoy nro able to attend to thoir own wants Tho first 13 months tho six pair hatch od and reared fully 1 1 pairs of young or 02 pairs iu nil Theso sold for 2040 or 40 couts per pair doliverod in tho city It cost just 7G5 to feed and koop them Tho profit is plainly visible Who says pigeons nro not worth thoir keep ing This old farmer was vary bitter against pigeons of all kinds until convinced to tho contrary Tho next soasou ho kopt 100 pairs of brooders and his success was oqual to tho first season but tho first coop had to bo enlarged Ho tells mo now that his pigoons keep him solf and wifo in shoes and clothes and leave something over Ono of tho esFOutlnl points in kooping pigoons is to hnvo tho soxos equal If thero is an extra malo ho will make an attempt to securo a mato from tho othor males and tints break np tho matiugs as well ns keep tho colony in porpotnal turmoil Ho must bo taken ont or n mato for him must bo proourod from elsewhere Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho whito guinea liens lay in thonests witli tho hens during tho wholo foro part of tho senpon but when they get ready to sit they will steal off and hido thoir nests and hatch thoir eggs if thoy nro not watched Do not let them hatch their eggs ns thoy nro most oareloss mothers nnd a guinea hon that will raise two chicks out of 20 hatched will bo doing pretty v all Hatch them under hens mid t tic hens rniso them nnd thoy develop n great affection for their foster mother refusing to bo weaned during tho wholo Fcaon but following her faithfully whonover sho is outof tho When first hatched poultry Iiourc guineas nro exceedingly wild and un less confined in n placo where thoy cannot get nwny they will wander off and perish leaving tho nost vory frequently within two or tlircohonrs after thoy aro hatched Guinea eggs do not tako well in mar ket becano of their Email size but for honso uso they are ns good ns nny and they tiro produced iu such nbnndnnco and nt such littlo coit that any ono can afford to keep n flock of theso fowls for tho eggs for honso uso Besides being a cheerfnl bird they aro ns good ns a watchdog to tell when thoro nro stran gers aronud Thoy detect a stranger as soon ns ho comes near nnd sot up their shrill cries They also servo to frighten off hawks as they nru Hiiro to raiso n clamor if ono comes iu sight Â¬ Â¬ Ligo Gibson of Cloverport was in town last Sunday Henry French of Union Star was in tow n last Wednesday Mr Nelson Jolly fell nnd sprained his Nahville rrnn nukle severely last Saturday AwAmAu Miss Deo Ilasham of Lodiburg was visiting hor parents last week Miss Lena Drown was tho guest of Mien Annlo Pcnnett last Friday Mr Henry Ilashnm and Mr McDonald V of Curdsvllle wero In town last vteik Mr John Dowell of Hazel Dell was thu guest of Miss Mary L Kobin last Sin lay Mrs N Brumfield nnd II O Gibson wer tho guests of Mrs A J Pennctt means so much more than last unday you imagine serious and Misses Mary L Robblns and Mollie fatal diseases result from Picklnpaugh went to Stcphcnsport ono tnflmcr ailments neglected day lai t week Dont play with Natures Mr and Mrs Graham Jolly and son of Hawesvllle wero visiting rc Per greatest gut health lati es of this placo last weok tlynuarefeellne out of sorti weak B o Sneed will begin a protracted and generally ex hausted ncyous met ting at this placo Thursday before hae no appetite tho third Sunday God being hisbclper and cant ork hrlM fif nnrvllr Mi b Mallssa Gibson and daughter Iti thumniltfila me sirengincnuiit Klh went to Irvlngton last Saturday to nieiicnievincnis Iliowna Iran Bit see Mrs J W Ileauchamp who is very ters A lew hot- ill tie cure benefit comes from the J ino Mattiugly of Hazel Dell Ruby etv first dose it nviit ttaiit your Hnjnes and Henry French of Union teeth ami It a pleasant to take Star nttended prayer meeting here last Sunday night In T Koor T i Â¬ J Health j Browns llron i j Bitters Misses Oliio McCoy Mollie Ftckiu It Cures pnugh Ida and Mary Hampton Ella Gibson and Kd Kraush of Union Star and John Gibson of this placo were tho guests of Miss Annie Bennett last Sun- Â¬ day Misses Nelllo and Jennie Miller enter- Â¬ tained quite a number of their friends last Tuesday Those present wero Misses Addfa nnd Lucy Jolly Annio Bennett Pearl Walls and Mary Robbins Arthur and Juno Matting y Jesse Miller Clovis nnd Jees Walls they all report a nice time Mrs Kraily Thome Dyspepsia Neuralgia Malaria fnnc41wttitnwt frl vufcut Nervous ailments Womens complaints Kidney and Liver Troubles U1UUU IMU nijA1 Get only the genuine It has crossed red tines on the wrapper All others are sub- On receipt of two ic stamps atitutes e will send set of Ten Beautiful World I air vuwa and book free BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE M0 FACTS POSITIONS I Poultry Iolntu Worth Noting Burn corn or wheat until iu rharoonl Btato and givo to tlio poultry It shows in bright rod combs and hoalthy appear auco is an oxcollcnt corroctor whon birds aro ailing better than drugs and cheap Koep fresh clean wator daily in vessels in yards keop nil roosting plncos cleaned up often and uso coal oil freely In building and on roosts Gather leaves from tho woods and havo n good supply to uso through whiter iu yard nndshode Sow grain among thorn and tho fowls will bcrntch after tho feed giving ox ereiso jind health Koep a supply of gravol or grits always in yards when poultry nro kept iu small quartors When they run at largo thoy find such things tliemsolvcs Havo fresh ground bono from tho butchers fed nt least twico a week It hoi pa in growth of young birds and laying plenty of eggs in maturo ones Givo a variety Dont food ono thiug long at n time Tennjion on Hem as tho study and enltivntion of plants and flowers havo a roflning effoct upon mons minds so does association with birds It is ono of tuo best things that nny parent could do to n child to teach it to tako an interest iu tho feath erod kind Tho luto Lord Tonuysou oneo said that ho bolioved thoro was more poetry iu tho lifo of birds than in that who resides at Toledo Washington says sho has never Good IJmliicss Tor Unskilled r nbor tint It been able to procuro nny medicine for Ititjulrrg Capital rheumatism that relieves the pain so Thoru is no reason why n fair incomo quickly and effi dually as Chamberlains may not bo derived in tho neighborhood of tiny town or city in thu poultry busi Pain Balm and that sho has also used it ness It requires tonio capital to begin for lamo back with gieat success For with but less than almost nny other salo by A it Fisher Cloverport Ky undertaking and tho returns begin al and Kincheloe Board Hardinsburg most at onco Let any ponltryman bo Ky particular that overy egg ho takos to Hnvo yon Kcucwcd your Subscripmarket is porfectly fresh and that his fowls aro properly fattened nnd it will tion for 1805 not bo long beforo ho can soil all ho can prodnco nt nn advanco on tho going prico Tho poultry Inibincss is not ono for n lazy man to undertake for it is a CURES DISEASE business of inflnito detail and carefulThe Electropoise gave me complete re- Â¬ ness The man who undertakes to caro lief from excruciating pain in three apfor a thousand hens will hnvo but littlo plications 1 also find it good for treating timo to piny A thousand hens nnd tho buildings to children for their numerous ailments keep tlirm iu can bo got iu shapo for C T Sodon with Bridgoford Co business for 1000 and theso lions if Louisville Ky properly cared for and tho markntiug Mr G W Flint of Skylight Ky says intolliRout7 attended to will bring their ownorfl lij each lien nbovo tho oxpense I suffered for years with my kidneys of keopinc them This has been douo inflimmation of the bladder and enlarge After a timo nnd again and in favorablo situa ment of the prostrate gland tions oven better results nro being ob shcrt trial of the Electropoiso I urn en tained by moro than ono breeder Thoro tlrt ly relieved and feel twenty years is no business that will uiako such ro yotaiger turn from practically unskilled labor I Jiavo derived more benefit from tho Tho poultry business is on n firm basis use of Eh ctropolso than from all other nnd can bo very greatly enlarged with remedies combined out boing overdone I think it the giandest invention of the ago It can A Pair of Hun Wyandotte not be praised too highly Mrs M E Gorman Sadievillo Ky August 20 John II Davis Esq of Barboursville Ky The Electropoise is tho best all around doctor I know of My wife suf-Â¬ fer d from effects of la grippe for several years also a complication of other nil mo its Now she isontlrely well In dig jstion bothered mo a great deal am now well Ono of my neighbors is using it f r lung trouble and reports improve- Â¬ ment As a curative agent the Electropoise can not be equaled Nearly 1000 have been put cut from this ofllco in the last three months POULTRY EXCLUSIVELY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GUARNTEED Â¬ Do not sav it canunder reasonable conditions not be done until you send for free 1 20 page catalogue KRAUGHTONS PHACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of Snoit hand Typewriting and leleiraphv NASHVJLLiTrNN 4 WEEKS by nraughtoua method of teaih Ing book keeping Is uiual to 12 WEEKS by old method It expi ids more money In the Interest of Its Kinployi ent Department than half th business colleget in the south take In a tuiion It is strongly ndorsed b Hankers Merchants and United keepcrsall over r Tactical hookrates of tuition the Cheap States board teasouahle Open to both sexes 600 students past year representing 36 States and Territories It has - ELEOTROPOISE ilOME STUDY sent on 60 day trial Wherj 1011 write vour want4 Address J F Draught Nashville Tenn N 11 also prepared books for -- v explain Prest for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc reported provided it fills same 5 It pays cah Â¬ Â¬ Agents Wanted SOLICITING FOR 3 vi ngs Protective AND Â¬ Collectiongency THIS IS NO HUMBUG y -- Â¬ BIG PAY TO THE Headquarters RIGHT MAN vi BOWLING GREEN KY Â¬ BANK O HAEDINSBURG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 P DEAKU President WILL MILLKR Vica Preildant M II BEARD Cashier B Q W BBAKD 1 MORRIS ESKMDOK Dire tor U M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Dupuis tmMaM t Treatment FOR vsm YPHILIS sytho Prize winnors owned by James For Rivorsido farm Oswogo N Y Notes About Iiceon iSTEIectropolso put out on trial for bland of Havti and tho country bordering tho Madeira lllver in Brazil An antidote for four months for 10 Send for valuable SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES Tertiary gUigen of Syphilis have beon Corkd book free by this treatment in Hixty lnyn restoring the blood to original purity Write us stating DUBOIS WEBB SOD A distillation of herb3 found only on the lourtli Avenue lioulavlllo Ky Just of any other of Gods croaturos Ho nsod to spoilt hours watching tho ways of tho birds iu tho back yard and the habits of tho aougsjers in tho splnnlos round his honso Ho said that from tho triumphant oacklo of n hon that had just laid an egg to the glorious thrilling melodies of tho nlghtingalojie could al ways find somothing that tonched his inmost nature Â¬ Dnt of nil tho birds that may bo call od domostio tho pigeon holds tho first placo Tho dovo that went forth from tho ark to search tho state of tho earth has dovolopod many species duriug tho ages No bird cau bo crossed more easily than tho pigeon Theso birds aro moro carofully classified than any others and another thing in their favor is that thoy havo really moro iutelligeuco than any or tho feathered flock Pi gcons aro affectionate creatures and aro always ready to show Iheir appreciation of any kindness shown to thorn Tho carrlor class of pigeons has not many varieties but they hnvo quite a litera ture of their own A thoroughbred pi goon can Wing it nt tho ruto of about ISO miles an hour That is tho averago rato of spoed bnt in tho Franco German war duriug tho sicgo of Paris that was frequently exceoded Â¬ Â¬ length of timo you havo beon ailllctedand we will send sample bottle I rou uCCIinreo Rate of treatment 8JfSO per month JAMES B PACE Stemmer and buyer of Jr Importer 8undrd Preparation 11 183 li IS9 UBOADWAY OIHOINNATI E10TTAX OIIBMIOAI OO OHIO GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO Both Red ANDT KENTUCKY Also Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Yellow Pino Flooring and Celling Shingles Brlek Dears Sash and Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory JNO P BEVERLY Hair v Laths Cement Lime - Cloverport Ky Homestead Manager Fertilizers and Troy with the cash promptly Bone Meal Orders acoompanlnad filled iTABLERSDII V BUCK EYE ICURES A SURE iPfc Heats HflaJ Sores OINTMENT known for riiliJ WJT MUM SPEEDY Ym eMt tMa tAI ur mm aal LASTING RESULTS JTUWTrTTTTY No Inconvenience PEOPLEi r Simple A Household Treasure D W Fuller of Canajoharle N Y says that ho always keeps Dr Kings New Discovery in tho house and hia family has always found the very best results folio its use that ho would not bo without it if procurable G A Dykeraun Druggist Catskill N Y says that Dr Kings New Discovery is un- Â¬ VI ICures the Running Price MSoOparbottle W fiUlRAMTEir fltAV LMUtu nultiJai WI Z 1 rtlRF iu 6end Ju MWn u hir i ii m 3 cTlrliii7l NOTHING BUT PILES S Sting I and CERTAIN CURE IB years aa the iUEST REMEDY fcr PILES PrwinlfcrWOHAlMOS VID I SOZB MT AII VKVQSIIT1 Serpents ii doubtedly tho beet Cough Remedy that ho has used it iu bis family for eight years and it has never failed to do al that is claimed for it Why not try a remedy so long tried and tested Trial tattle free at A H Fishers drug store Regular sise 60a and f 100 CONTAIIOUS I 1AI mww mvTM ww A ik4fr SWIFT SPECIFIC CO TUU BftlCAU 5H OtutlnatcftorM wfi and u Cera field to IU hflAltn do war ltr rr ouija up iuo tjKmm poftwq una iTii IMIlM lh ftlkMM 4Vl L10 lift - S U PENNYROYAL ii 1 Ii ii A hmtIAo nuUy mad Ida for U4U tv mtor ami reffuUta tb produeiiur tialil Ha tlMbry frbaofet vr Vlu oa uroMfe Nowu hf OTW KJMQ ltdi lavlj OOMUMti Mill OMMTAi uj of ytw WAFERS M7 sJ SiHnftKiKkflVMMKA For sale by OHAS O - MARTIN TrpRfwweoiaV Jfr AiUmU CLOVERPORT KY t m TTT