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NftMWINW U VV wptppyNyfPwyMjwyj agp THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 6 1895 NO 33 PLEASE RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR 1895 Inst article when I met his Argument about tho artificial valuo of gold lie certainly does not read carefully The valuo of every thing depends upon its supply and demand whether it he OF THE MONEY QUESTION BY artificial or intrinsic It is nodiflVienro wlint creates tho demand for gold J H A and R P S IS JUST whether it bd its uso as money in tho arts or both there is a demand lor it GETTING IN A GOOD WAY Buflklont with the supply to give it value and this valuo to distinguish it from its value as money is called inlrintic There Is No Abatement In Their valuo Intrimic taJiie is the power of money in exchange when exchanged as Cross Firing Or In Their a commodity money value is tho power Ability to Shoot of money in exchange when exchanged ns money J II A1 argues that the value of money depends upon the num- Â¬ Both Seem to Have Plenty of Am- ber of pieces in circulation This is truo of flat money but not true of a money munition and the War May worth as much without the stamp ns witli it Go On Such money is regulated by the supply and demand of the quantity of the article and not by tho pieces of money mado of it moncy ttamp issued by the governFAR INTO THE SUMMER ment So J II As argument about tho stamp regulating the value of money is THE DISCUSSION R P S lu Loaded With Intrinsic Value Honest Money and tho I have always contend d this and I hope J II A will not again misrepre Â¬ sent me The question is not a stamp or no stamp but will tho stamp alone make an articlo perform all functions of Is the question money J II A says The work of Increasing or diminishing tho supply of money is wholly that of tho government increas Â¬ ing or decreasing the number of stamps in existence Henco tho conclusion is irresistible that the stamp of the govern Â¬ ment does confer the value of money A similar argument is tho work of increasing or diminishing tho supply of horses is wholly that of the Creator in- Â¬ creasing or decreasing the number of Henco suits of horso hair In existence tho conclusion UirrrsUtlblo that the suits of hair does confer tho valuo of the horse If the supply of J II A says money is not regulated by tho stamp of the government placed on the money thing by authority of law what is it regulated by I might ask it the supply of horses is not regulated by tho suits of horso hair false placed on animals by authority of the Sixth What makes tho bullion in a Creator what is it regulated by gold dollar worth the face value of the What does J II A think about hit Â¬ Â¬ THE BOND CONSPIRACY Cloveland by Financiers Stetion and the Foreign Synx dicate Scored Â¬ Tho only silver solution that could solve anything is that which would bo brought by a readjustment of tho ratio Social to the Clobe Demncrat life ft W Tho bullion in a gold dollar will command in exchango for itself in tho markets of tho world as much as the Which He Says Is Required to Give face valuo of tho coin will command The bullion will buy as much in the Any Articlo the Function markets of tho world as tho coin used as monoy will buy of Money I wish now to ask J II A some ques Â¬ tions and I wisli dellnite answers with- Â¬ out evasion He Calls on J H A Not to MisFirst Now is tho quantity of money necessary to do tho money work in any represent Him But to Quote country regulated Him Correctly Second How can we tell when we have enough money in a country and not too much Third Will the paper in a paper dol- Â¬ In the Meantime Tho People Are lar of the kind the Populists untt he Enjoying the War of Words worth its face value Fourth What are all tho fuuetions of And Are monoy as given by economists Fifth J II A says gold is worth 20 08 per ounce which makes a dollar Bocoming More Interested As Tho worth without tho stamp 1000 395 What is u gold dollar worth with the Battle Proceeds stamp Sixth Will J II A tell us why tho greenback dollars did not circulate in 1804 with tho gold dollars dollar for Fiat Money Is Not Good Money dollar Seventh Will ho define flat money Hakdixsduko Ky Mr Editor My as ho understands it Eighth J II A says money dt rhes friend has two articles that I wish to notice so tny article may be some longer its tnfuefrom the limitation of iUquaviiUj and again The ttampot the govern nent than usual My last article seems to have stirred does coiiVrand regulate theTeaVrnufof Do limitation of its quantity money the gentleman some mein He like a lawyer with a bad case and stamp of the government whose arguments are exhausted heaps tho same thing Ninth Can J II A quoto tin te infamy upon the opposite counsel by cision of a court or writer of an ecoi omy calling him vile names Whis last J II A quotes mo as say Â¬ who says that the stamp gives money ing Gold only is honest money and purchasing power I desire J II A to give clear cut in his present article he qutes me as say Â¬ My friend ing of a pieco of gold which he holds in answers to these questions his hand This piece of gold has all that does not seem to think that I quoted is necessaryto make it money J II enough writers to show that economists A would like tho best in the world for do not favor flat monoy He says thore is no one on my side hut me to say I am in favor of the single gold one or two writers of noto and n news- Â¬ standard so he could abuse gold I never said anything like either one paper man or two J II A fails to say anything about of these statements and ho intentionally misrepresented mo or does not know the what Walker Say Burke and Bayehot meaning of language If he is ignorant say on his money I quoted extensively from these he is excusable but I consider it be Â¬ neath the dignity of an honest disputant authors and he was as dumb as an oytter to misrepresent In his last article J on what they say In my next I will II A1 labors through two columns and give him John Stuart Mill J Stanley quotes various men to Bhow that fiat Jevon Illcardo Dr Waylnnd and F A money will some times perform some of Walker on his kind of money and will continue to givo him authors against his tho functions of money Grant that he has honestly quoted money until tho list is exhausted or J For Walker says these writers and has not garbled their II A says enough Economists havo generally agreed to meaning and words aa he did mine and Yet still they do not prove tnough for him deny that such issues is monoy is not enough for him to show that I J II A says tho economists are against It monoy whose vajue depends wholly me I will quoto Alexander Hamilton this upon the stamp will sometimes do the money work but ho must Bhow that it week perhaps the greatest finanrier of will do bo at all times and under all Revolutionary times He eays In great and trying times there is almost a moral conditions A man may be clever or kind but to certdlnity of fiat moneys becoming mis- Â¬ The stamping of paper is an show that he is honest i is not enough chievous to prove that he is somotimes so but so operation so much easiir than the levy- Â¬ at all times and under all conditions ing of taxes thnt the government in the II A asks some questions and desires practice of paper emissions would rarely fall to indulge itself too far in the em clear cut answers Spaco for Â¬ ployment of this resource First What is honest money A Honest money is money no part bids my quoting moro this time J II A writes as if I held that the of whose value depends on tho govern- Â¬ stamp 1b not necessary to make an article ment stamp J II A holds that the xtamp Second Will you please point out money some money somewhere that- - is not fiat only Is inreBiary to mako an article money I hold that in addition to an money A IrofElyProfes6or of Economics in articles having tho stamp that It must the University of Wisconsin lu his Out linVH value and be traded in tho markets of tho world as a commodity No article flat money lines of Economics says is a kind of paper money not based on can be money and do tho money work without it has the damn for th Ftmn economic demand of any kind gives money debt paying power and it In this vlow gold money is not fiat in not monev In the full sense without it Third What is your idea of an performs this function hotieet standard of value SALT HIIEUMt FLESH CltACKtD OPEN A I can not answer this question bet AND UU3UI ter than to quote the eminent writer just MIm Lottib Clark Jtfwr lillt Picrcs quoted WUcoiulii wrllwi Oiunltl fnHh It Mone must serve directly and Im Â¬ In ttio gives nm ufcittfturo to exprcMi wr virtuo or Dr Pierces Golden MedtcoJ Dleoovury Havluif autlervd for thm year mediately as a standard of value bavin Ix en un from aalt rheum nnd after good pbytckn I uoMMfully truakitl bjr a Iwt value measures value aa length UU Wgf Discovery w We must take a unit mewurM length tlio Tits bumor wm In of deflalte concrete value like our gold my hand I iru obliged to keep a iolkrs When we say Hiata commodity ooterine on ttiem ie worth nine dollars we mean that its for moetlift at a ttinc ebaiiffiiff tbo vatue or quantity of utility ie nine times oorerinfr inonii Â¬ and n our unit value measurement conse iinetne imnilmr quently money muet be composed of a and Kwlnrr kum Hon would U to material In iMf valuable fotente that at iiWM tt mi awd aa If there wete ho gold or Fourtk if I WOUld KO WW Wben 1 Uot tba liver would people be obliged to do flamM Hi o flveh wttlKHit money Mrs Clark A I think net They eouW nee any Imuonlbta for me toiWcrllxs the intern wUn thing eUe with intrineia value rrr What jaiftrimfe value T 1w Fifth awwrwnu fully la say BimXStr enwSfh USSrir PmSSn I uwwMd this qatlori Â¬ Stamp of Government coin A logic Again ho says Increasing or diminish Â¬ ing the supply of money is increasing or diminishing tho stamps in existence If so say lie does not tho stamp of the government regulate tho purchasing power of tho dollar This put in regular form reads DolIncreasing lars have stamps on them or diminishing the Btamps Is increasing or diminishing the dollars The stamp regulates tho supply of dol- Â¬ lars The supply of dollars regulates the valuo Hence the stamp regulates the valuo 1iit citizens of Italy for dollar Catholic religon for stamps and Beggars for value and we haye Citizens of Italy have tho Catholic religion Increasing or diminishing the Catholic religion is increasing or dimin- Â¬ ishing tho citizens The Catholic re- Â¬ ligion regulates the supply of citizens Supply of citizens regulates beggars Henco tho Catholic religion regulates All arguments presented by J beggars II A about tho stamps giving value are as falso as tho one just given The stnrap is used for one purpose to givo monoy debt paying power whenever it becomes necessary to pay a debt legally Tho stamp then enables money to perform one function The hair on the horse is used for one purpose to keep him warm It does not enable him to pull a load or bear a burden The Catholic religion in Hal is used for ono purpose to make tho people happy in this life and the one to como It has nothing to do with tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ beggars j Â¬ Â¬ WWW I desiro now to notice J II As horso argument In the language of the small boy this is a honey He supposes S P J to owe K P S 100 for tuition and to pay this S P J sells J II A a horse for 100 of paper money and then SPJ pays RPS the tuition and It P S buys supplies with it Then ho asks with other things did not the stamp confer all tho powers and functions of monoy on this paper Owl feathers have spots on them as dollars havo stamps Suppose that SPJ sells his horso to J II A for 100 owl feathers with spots on them and then SPJ pays RPS tho 100 feathers for the tuition fee and II PS uses these feathers in purchasing supplies Do not the spots on theBe feathers confer all tho powers and functions of money on these feathers Let us see how J II A will show that tho spots on these feathers do not confer purchasing and debt paying power I desire now to speak of fiat money and foreign exchange In 1892 our government Imported merchandise to the amount of 1010000 and for tho same period exported 827 000 000 worth This trade was carried on with more than forty countries and thousands of people wero engaged mak Â¬ ing these exchanges While this trade is largely carried on by barter yet balances will occur and these must be paid in the monoy of tho world whatever that may by custom Nothing without commercial become valuo can become tho money of the world It is plain then that interna Â¬ tional balances can not be paid in flat money for it has no commercial value Our citizen doing business with foreigners would have fiat money when thoy sell their wares to their fellow citizens ami would therefore be com- Â¬ pelled to trade their fiat money for the world money to pay balances The holders of this money of the world could ask any price for their money and our citizens would bo compelled to pay it Citlsns then doing business wjth for Â¬ eigners would not take fiat money for they could not obtain whatever they wished in foun and amount and at times and places to suit their wants Fiat money then is not good money for a part of ourcitlzena would not take ft In my next I wish to show that money could not be automatically regulated when It Is flat and that prices would I PS always bo disturbed Â¬ New York February 24 As every one expected Mr Morgan refused yester Â¬ day to disclose who tho successful sub- Â¬ scribers to the new bond issue wero or what tho amount of their allotments was Tho arrangements for the big bunco gamo wore mado secretly nnd Mr Morgan is not tha man to divulgo Tliq only information Mr Beerets Morgan would givo out yesterday was tho fact that tho subscriptions for tho new bonds amounted in all to 750000 000 200000000 hero nnd SViOOOOOOO In London That is certainly an enor- Â¬ mous subscription for a little over 02000000 of bonds and Wall street commented on it freely taking tho ground that it showed emphatically that the credit of tho Government was still unimpaired As soon as the announce- Â¬ ment was made by Mr Morgan that tho subscriptions in tills country amounted to 200000000 the price of tho new bonds reached 120 The storm of indignation which is sweeping over the country on account of tho miserable Belmont-Stetson conspiracy to defraud the Government out of millions is grow- Â¬ ing louder as day follows day Persons who seldom think about financial affairs are eagerly discussing and as they now see clearly the wicked character of tho bargain warmly denounrlng the inex plicable conduct of Cloveland and Car- Â¬ lisle Is It such a small thing Mr Cleve- Â¬ land tho people say that you practi- Â¬ cally place over 0000000 in the hands of tills syndicate without ofiVring to us to whom this great sum belongs some reason for doing this Mr Cleveland would probably not bo much pleased if ho could hear tho re Â¬ marks that nro mndo about him said ono man surely Stetson Francis Lyndo Stetson Mr Clevelands personal friend and law partner is in this soft thing isnt ho Itscemsasif people will novcr get tired of asking why Stetson was such a close party to tho peculiar transaction They still ask the tamo questions about him and can not understand how Mr Cloveland could havo consented to his intimate friend being mixed up in the disgraceful affair They say ho must have known that tliero would be a great outcry when the country fullyirbdei stood tho nature of tho transaction and ho should havo avoided anything which might make ptople think thcro was something cooked in the deal When there were men employed by tho Gov- Â¬ ernment to do tho work they say ho had no excuse for allowing Mr Stetson who is not only his law partner but is also the legal adviser of J Pierpont Morgan to draw up tho contract and witness the paper They declare that they will not be Eatisfied until tho whole business is fully explained Cloveland-Carlisle-Morgan -Â¬ between the metuls through international agreement and tho general opening of mints to silver A radical change from tho 10 to 1 colnago proportion of tho to 1 of tho United States and tho l nations of tho Latin Monetary Union would have to bo made as tho market proportion has been recently in tho neigh- Â¬ borhood of So to 1 Perhaps with free coinage by all tho nations at a 2o or ISO to 1 ratio the price of silver might bo maintained for years at or close to such level as might bo agreed upon The great nations acting in conrcrl could do much in tills direction Certainly tho endeaxorsof any one two or threo nations however wealthy or powerful would come to naught Tho long costly and humiliating experience of tho United States in trying to sustain tho silver market is decisive on this point Globe Â¬ vorySi6 Ain Wiirv IT F LQ ATS FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY the pnocTTn a camsle co spy s I cint J M JC BOUKNE nARlBR DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl F Democrat Perhaps you would not think sobuta very largo proportion of diseases in New BOURBON STOCK YARDS York comes from carelessness about catching cold says Dr Cyrus Edson It Is such a slmplo thing and so common that very few people unless It is a ROSES BULBS PLANTS and SEEDS case of pneumonia pay any attention to TRY OUR UNRIVALED SETS a cold There aro a great many cases of I RLIEREII ATYOllK HMT OFflCB rKII AH catarrh and consumption which have TO ALL j OUtt CATALOGUE Of ISO PAOBB m TRY AND BE PLEASED WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION their origin in this neglect of the sim Â¬ plest precaution of every day life The most sensible advice is when you havo ILICTION Or SORTS OUR Sf t A 10 8rrb Ererbloomlng ltoiei 10 iort one get rid of it as soon as possible By Vft II lO IriM Clirjmsntnemiinn in luioru all means do not neglect it Dr Edson 10 llmt lerrnitiimi 10 cliolcel colon Sft Srt II lO New Mmnmutli Vrrbtnu 10 colon does not tell you how to cure a cold but Set F lO SwfflMt usrnsiioni rruiooniinR luioru iI V 10 New Heliotrope moil fragrtnt loorH we will Take Chamberlains Cough s t II 10 lUrily Shrnt Ifidlnnc orti 10 varieties JSlhYCAR Remedy It will relieve the lungs aid Srt II 16 tllmlloliii Including Chlldi 1 colon B tkt lrjieln Sort all different colon Srt J i ACRES expectoration open tho secretions nnd 4 select Sorta rrrnch Cannai bet blootueri Srt K UNDER 10 In and Crrrpen for lorchor Dket Srt I soon effect a permanent cure 2i and BO GLASS O ro and Munei Tor 1ernerlen Srt M brljsliteit hardlmt A It Fisher cent bottles for sale by si V lO tollaea Ilanli Flawer Beedi aelrct Srt I 10 Iuckru Choice Clovcrport Ky and Kiucheloo Board 2 Flue Graceful Ialnit itrong Set P Hardinsburg Ky NEUNER Louisville Ky Address NANZ Â¬ KY 50c TRIAL SETS Nervous People And those who are all tired out and have that tired feeling or sick headache can be relieved of all there syinptoniB by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla which gives nerve mental and bodily strength and thoroughly purifies tho blood It also creates a good appetitecurc3 indigestion heartburn and dyspepsia Hoods Pills aro easy to take easy in action and sure in effect 2oc Woloottand the Bimetallio Project Senator Wolcotta proposition for the proper representation of tho United States in the international monetary conference which tho German Reichstag recommends is eminently sensible and practical Heashs tho appointment of a commission of nine members to take part in tho conference threo of them to be appointed by tho President subject to the consent of tho Senate prior to tho adjournment of the present Congress the others to be a joint committee of this Congress three to be members of the Senato and the other threo of the House the vacancies in tho joint com- Â¬ mittee if tiny should occur after the adjournment of this Congress to be filled by tho President It is provided also that 100000 be appropriated for the expense of tbo commission A point in tho Colorado Senators scheme which is worthy of especial com- Â¬ mendation is the proviso that tho com- Â¬ mission shall not act unless tholnitiative be taken by Germany Great Britain or some other of the European nations Heretofore the United States has taken tho lead in bringing about thoso gather Â¬ ings Wolcotts proposition wisely stays this countrys hand until somo other great nation has acted Thus far our anxiety to rehabilitate silver lias led to a false conception abroad as to our truo position and has moreover accomplish- Â¬ ed nothing We will now let the great nations of Europe understand that our interest lu the solution of tho silver problem is no gioater than theirs Wo van endure the universal embarrassment and loss duo to the trade disturbance consequent on tbo disordered currency Sjretema of the wotld as well as any other nation andjlt is time for us to proclaim this fact All nations would be bene fitted by the restoration of silver as far as pnwtleabte to its old plaoe in the worlds circulating medium UNJUST PREJUDICE Tliero has in tho post been a very un Â¬ Tha most centrally located RATES goo a gso per DAY Hotel in the citu just and unnecessary prejudice existing in the minds of tho people In regard to tho railroads of tho country Tho stock in trade of many ono horso politicians nnd of thoso who hopo to win favor with the Ignorant is to be eternally condemn- Â¬ ing not only railroads but all enter- Â¬ prises in which largo capital is employed These peoplti do their talking without understanding the situation of things or 2 wsw r nsii rs else from sinister motives Railroads J JOHNSON 0UISYILLEKY aro as important to tho development and prosperity of a country as are any other While it is truo that they enterprises seem sometimes to bo exacting in their SHOE SALE SHILOH- demands as far as rates aro concerned yet it is also truo that no one is com- Â¬ B Mrs Nancy Cart visited Mrs 0 1 B pelled to patronizo thorn The man who Basliaui Friday A objects to paying tho rate of three cents K K and C 1 Klder Earl Mi tar per mile for travel charged has the Willett attended the liberty to valk in their trucks at no ex Â¬ llashara and Pat Heaving last Thursday and pense except that of tho wear of shoo party at Mr report a good time leather while the one who prefers it is Misses Amy Krousli and Carrio Shell at liberty to haul his goods in wagons S man and Mr Oral Basham went to Look S Freight is seemingly a little high hut With every pair of Shoes yet with tho tariff charged is cheaper Out Friday to bo present at the closo of H H you are entitled to a guess Miss Ada Hanks school than by any other method of transportaGuess tho number of card tion except by boat Mr lat Willett of Daviess county 0 0 seeds in Juries as a general thing aro not in- Â¬ who has been visitlnp in this neighbor Â¬ clined to do justice to either railroads or hood for two weeks returned homo Fri Â¬ E any other kind of corporations Tho day man who is jolted off farmer Jones who Miss Graco Barger of Missouri wagon and breaks n leg never thinks of hasbeon visiting her many relatives S suit against the driver hero since Juno started for her homo S bringing 3 Prizes Offered who carelessly ran over a rock and Thursday Sho mado many friends A A caused the accident but the same man if whilo hero and we hate to givo her Up necidently hurt by a train is not satisfied fro received wedding cards not long L First best Guess 200 lbs sugar L with less than several thousand dollarsA 11 mu umws nf MIm E Second 100 E as damages corporations suouid ue sinco aniiouuuiug formerly of this place CO Dolllo Basham Third treated just as individuals both should O It now of Daviess county to Dr bo made to suffer for gross neglect but but Additional to our prizes Robertson of McLean county to tako one not moro than the other for that wo aro giving somo great bar Â¬ place February 12th wo regret that wo which is unavoidable We believe that gains in our bo present the people are becoming more educated couid not Carrio Shollman and Blanche Misses along tho lino of that which is right be Â¬ schools tween individuals and corporations Basham having finished thoir Lodiburg are at homo again Miss Each ono has its rights under tho law near Blanche came homo sick with la grippe and ono no more eacred than tho other A glanco at the statistics of the roads of this county as found elsowhere in this Bucklens Arnica Salve Issue of the Hustler will show to tho AWll savo you monoy on tho The Best Salve in tho world for Cute reader that they aro of great money Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltlthcumFever purchase of a pair of Shoes value to us beside the other advantages Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblains Â¬ to bo derived irom them as arteries of Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos cures Tiles or no pay required trado Nearly one fourth of theproporly itivelyguaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ Not All It is of the county is In railroads The L faction or money refunded lrico 25 N and O O S W railroads pay near Â¬ conts per box For sale by A It Fisher Just as likely you may bo ly one fourth of our taxes Thoy aro as one of tho lucky threo sessed 1103180 for State and couuty This offer will closo April A Good Showing Tho tax on this property iB purposes 15th 1805 Receiver AttillaCox of tho Louisville levied and paid each year and thus helps Everlasting bargains nt tho Â¬ to lighten tho burden that would other Â¬ St Louis nnd Texas railroad filed his re wise bo laid upon us as taxpayers The port of tho earnings nnd expenditures man or set of men who would willingly for tho month of November last Tho Great Bargain Store follows destroy the roads is simply killing the earnings of the road wero as Passenger 1249l85 freight 1020909 goose that lays tho golden egg Tho railroad is as Important to our material mail revenue 117187 j express rovonuei GEO mlsscellaneous 0354 total 134 prosperity as is tho horse and wagon or I Tho operating expenses wero 82415 We do not believe the mulo and cart 7809 37 nnd net earnings 052478 YEAKEL in protecting railroads at tho expense of do we believe in op- Â¬ These net receipts nro nil nppllcablo un tho people neither CO pressing these arteries of commerce dor tho order of court for payment of Tho amount of these simply to gratify spite or as a balm for car trust notes somo who through his own neglect has notes accrued and unpaid November SO BRANDENBURG KY last tls 2150301 The cash now on brought trouble or pain to himself hand Is 35302 49 Madlsonville Hustler z7irizjwwxrzz BIG Good Sweet Thing Â¬ Pumpkin 1 n Shoe Department Thats Â¬ gt f r The way to cure a cough la to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cuts loose the mueoue heals the lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in one night For sale by Short A HaynesCIoverpoH Dr R IIMcMul lin McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Geo Heyser Conetantlne Bowtta Drury Bennett 4 Co Bewley Yllle Ky j W X Brown IrvlnatolCy j Jno P Nlohol Garield Ky A R Monte Big Sprit Xrt W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cured hia children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when all things elso failed Its a now remedy for all coughs For sale by Short iV Haynes Clovcrport Dr R H MoMullln McDanlels M Meyer Co Bursa Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ E J08T IN QUANTITY BESTINQUAUT BIG SHOE SALE GREGORY WHARFMA8TER8 QO Clhm ffWWWj WHITES CREAM KENTUCKY CLSVERFMT Alas WhoJeuU and Retail Dealer la Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyvllle Ky W E Brown Irvlngtea Ky j Jno 1 Nichols Garfield Ky A X Morris Big Spring Ky tino A VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS EVERY 1 Yelraw Pm PWWTt FlasrliHl ami flMMt I Has led Mil WORM RmllM I0TTLE WFPsWM KWi MII1I B V IKHilfcaOV Hair Of w ww a fqnr MBMOft Pfli Qm MnhJNtJMwrfir OhU4rnCryfor PttoHtrs GattHiu All nitveaisTa rfra kt laftiii r tr m ax UaMHiA Mt Wfl H lrik mm iAfl FftrtMiMrt Try Navei yaw tteftVtor 1MU HHwt rMr Mtoarip MM tmmMmnda JA gHl BBaOj BRANDENBURG Mr and Mrs Albert fino boy at their honu Kr this sfmostlo villi crowded hows wo remember that what Is acidity tilt In s f When tiio Constitution Breckenridge ht D News L HAWDINSiUWO H GARFIELD Thos Dowel will not attend college this spring Mr Surine Coupr Is convalescent after a covcro Illness Miss Efiio Shuiunto will enter college at Hardltieburg March t Miss Eula Richardson visited relatives at Rrandenburg Saturday and Sunday Miss Ada Madles has n turned home afteranixtcnded visit to Clifton Mills S J Hudson nnd family arrived hero Friday from Louisvillo enrouto to Cus- Â¬ ffigsgjji i k V a BWHei Saltan wd Proprlitrs W TIME TABLE WEDNESDAY MARCH 0 1805 Bnliorlptloa Frio 8100 a Tttr la Airescs PaiMogtr Dally rr Ilardlmburg 121J pm 801X0 RAIT aolio wist nPtliitthrcJofthiYtrtl2S Paisenger Dally arc llardtnibure- - 7i40 am Â¬ Mr Jeff Hook is on tho sick list JefTMattlngly has closed out his conIRVINGTON fectionery Mr Matthias Miller is In Hancock Miss Sale lina relumed to Iter home In county this week Thero was n good crowd nt tho horso Louisville salo last Saturday Little Ola and Mnry Smith wero on Judge Mercer wont to the Falls of tlio sick list this week Rough last Saturday Misses Ilattlo May and May Claycomb Mr Jesse Eskrldgo has assumed full were in Irvlngton Inst Wednesday control of tho Leader Mrs Henry was called to tho bedside There is a large Quarterly Cc urt dockÂ¬ of her sick daughter near Kkron last et for next Monday week Mr John 1 Haswell has been quite Eold tho Bick for sovoral days Mr Richard Randy Sr has Mr Samuel Alii was hero last week Horace Wnrr property to Mrs Toui vviBiung juuge nm aiii l Rorn to tho wlfo of Jailer Gus Shell- Mr and Mrs Allen Cloverport were boy 10 guests ol Mr Redman at Lyons Hotel man Feb 28 a pound Mr JcfT Mattingly thtnks he will re Â¬ Sunday turn to his farm this fall to live Mr E Irotheroe Hroadhtad Ky is C P Raker of Hawesvllle was hero visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E 1 Monday visiting Dr J T Raker Irotheroe Miss Maud Smith has finished her Littlo Misses Rettlo and Tea Adkisson school ot Garfield and returned home are spending a few days with little Miss The horso salo didnt pan out much Ada Smith Only three or four vvcro Jim and Tom Smith are laying the last Saturday sold foundation for their dwellings on Caro- MIes Daisy Mercer is at homo from lino Avenue v Frank Carter attended Morgan Rich- Â¬ Irvlngton where she has been teaching ardsons cotillion party at itrandenburg school Jube Hook lost his meat house by fire Tuesday evening bout 150 of meat was conlost week Misses Blancho Jolly and Florence - sumed Cain two of Rowleyvllles fair daughtMr Fred Daniel and Mrs Ely were drs spent Tuesday in town hero a few days last week visiting Mrs J Misses Salllo and Mary Henry aro vis- Â¬ iting friends and relatives at Ekron V Daniel Son having moved into G W Deard Hurry home Salllo you aro missing tho new quarters will enlarge their stock gayctics and wo miss you Rev Cundiff filled his appointment at considerably Collars harness trace chains just re- Â¬ tho Baptist church Sunday afternoon Wo can give you some bargains to seo so many out ceived We were pleased In theso goods J A Witt particularly those from afar Miss Nellie Henderson of Irvlngton Miss Lillio McQlothlan after spending a few days in our midst then a few more desires to secure a class in vocal and in- Â¬ with friends and relatives at Lodlburg strumental music at this place Mr Leo Harned has tho agency for has returned to her home over tho hill tho Ladles Friend Washing Machine Tho Irvlngton Milling Company has His ad will appear in our next issue Clerk Cunningham appointed the folmade arrangements with n Soda Com- Â¬ pany to place a package of Soda in each lowing deputies last week John Priest sack of flour which will be commenced August Dulsehko and A J Bennett as soon as the goods arrive Thero is a touch of attractiveness in Master Clarence Ferkins Rroadhend tho styles and assortment of our ntw J A Witt Ky is having a delightful visit to his stock of hats just received The grandpa and grandma rrotheroo Get your oyo in line and coino to tho littlo next door neighbors aro glad to place where the greatest bargains can have him with them for a playmate i 4be had In all spring goods J A Witt Mr Frank Dayton left to day to take fLlc to marry Clarenco A a position with the Herndon Caiter Co Penick to Miss Currie E Randy S G Louisville Mr Dayton has been Iden- Smith to Miss Margaret Bowman W W tified with Mr W E Brown for more Rarger to Miss Caroline Rruner than a year and by his strict business of Harneds Station D G Harned principles has acquired a reputation left yesterday for Oklahoma where he which bespeaks most favorably for his will make his future home Mr Harned future was married not long since to Miss Zada Misses Ella aud Hetty Helt entertained Board of Custer last night in honor of their visitor Miss This is not the spring season although Aldrich of Hardinsburg Those preseut the weather feels very much liko it Get were Misses Nellie Mary and Anua Lee ready for spring when it comes in earn Â¬ Randy Mollie Lyons Rettlo Pool Cecil est by buying your collars harness trace Spradlln Lula Drake Fanny Kennedy chains etc from J A Witt and Messrs Clint and Clarenco McGloth To all of my old friends and patrons I Ian Akron and Reeso Rrotheroo Sprad am still repairing watches clocks and all Hn Lyons and Marshall articles alied to tho jewelery trade Miss Ella Schindler will open a school Bring your work best at reasonable cost Yours truly ut tho Merino school house on tho 1 1 Inst Son T 0 Lewis This is Miss Ellas first attempt at school Tho Magistrates courts aro held this teaching but her many friends feel con mouth as follows Hardinsburg Wed tinent ol lier success as slio possesses nesday Mch Cloverport Friday Mch qualities quilo suited to her chosen 8 Stephensport Wednesday Mch Rl work viz persovcrance energy and Rewleyvllle Buras Friday Mch 1 mental ability and wo earnestly hope Wednesday Mch 20 Rock Vale Friday will meet with tho favor she certainly Mch 2 deserves Mrs Clara Ely of St Louis hero visit Wo were shocked and grieved to hear ing her mother gave a talk on last Mon Â¬ of tho death of Mrs Rettlo Rrown as wo day evening nt tho M E church Soulli were not awaro that eho had grown to tho christian women of the town worse since her return to Tennessee Mrs Ely is doing a great work for elitist Mrs Rrown lived hero several years and lanity in St Louis Not long slnco she by her lovely christian character made rented a church in that part of the city many staunch friends who will be where tho peoplo were poor and paid grieved to hear of her sudden death tho services of a minister to take charge Truly a faithful follower of the cross is and run It Inthlssho was enabled to gone and wo mingle our tears with her reach a class of people who could not dear sorrowing ones who havo tho sym Â¬ attond tho fine churches In the city She pathy of not a few but a host who can returns home to day truly say none know her but to love Hows This SANDY HILL We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward Mrs Authur Willett of Illinois is vis Â¬ for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure iting her father Mr Jesse Ashcraft CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Miss Salllo Raskett who has been vis Wo the undersigned have known F J iting at Guston has returned home Cheney for tho laatl years and believe W M Raskett mado a flying trip to him perfectly honorablo In all business Rrcckenrldge county to buy up cattlo transaction and financially able to carry Church hero every third Sunday also out any obligation mado by their firm cleaning on tho cemetery on Saturday West ft Tuvax Wholesalo Druggists Frank Deacon of Irvlngton is going Toledo O MAn Waidino Kinvax glvo him Sorry to to Louisville soon vik Wholesalo Druggists Toledo O up Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally John Wright met with nsad loss dur- Â¬ acting directly upon tho blood and mu Â¬ ing tho cold spell He lost three of his cous surfaces of tho system Prico Toe toes per bottle Sold by all druggists Tes Joseph Ashcraft passed up the road freo a drove of fine largo timonials tho other day with cattle The Coming State Campaign Mrs Horaco Atwoll of Oak Grove is nÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 SIX PAGES havo n some Is only good humor with tho man nnd how beautifully ho rpenks of nil Mrs Ed Yeakcl entertained the R C nnlurennd yet will not admit that the King in hts beauty put into cxsloneo Clrclo last Wednesday tho modest violot tho golden rosec and UM Messrs II C Woodson and the rains to refresh them with new love- Â¬ Coleman wero in Louisvillo last week liness Contrast him with that grand Mr James Lewis is having a pretty old man Gladstone who believes a di- Â¬ wire feneo put around his adjoining lot vine rclialon and wo more than pity ono Miss Llda Powell gave her Sunday to whom his Maker has given a largo School pupils a candy pulling last week heart bright Intellect and actlvo brain Mr and MrsvWm Rowleys babe has to bo employed In Satins service had croup but the bright little fellow Is Tho advanced shertof Tho problem all right of Civilization solved a work by that Mr E Wimp aud Dr John Hardin famous Populist Mrsv Lease has reached aro in Louisville on the jury of United mo Tho lady is of Kansas City and is a renowned lecturer and leader as well as States Court Miss Eva Carrlgan of Guston spent being known ns tho first woman in In the chapter on last week with her uncle Mr James American politics Tho Genius of man has Enslaved tho Lewis and family Masses I find many sound points I Mrs S P Woolfolk has been quite havo sent the sheets to my friend Mr A sick for soveral days but is belter at this 8 Johnson who is as his pirty claims to wilting I am glad to state I havo be a JefTersonlan Democrat Misses Lizzie and Lucy Rawllngs and from him an article entitled Hie Now Aunio Richardson cgent Monday with Slavery in view of tho recent issue of Mrs C P and W FOrlnnell bonds Tho ideas exprpssed are design Miss Agnes Woiland spent soveral ed so tho author says to arouse the peo days of the past week with Misses Mattie ple to a conception of the danger with and Mabel Shacklett of Oak Grove which they aro threatened Its a Tho town was alive last week with scientific treatiso and deals with tho After a long stagna- Â¬ question under the flag of Engcommercial men tion a revival of business is devoutly land tho Russian serfp tho empire of Brazil Cuba getting rid of slavery the wished for Geo Woolfolk and Jesso Herndon late civil war liberating the black slaves il- Â¬ two awfully awfully nice social lights till he reaches bond slnvory which lustrates by actual facts now transpiring come often to see tho frozen river and In many parts of tho world Tho effects its break up of tho National banking system estab- Â¬ Mrs Mason McMonlgle Is sick but lished in 1863 aro discussed ad libitum doing well Ina is not stout and we all Well it strikes me we are all in shackles feel anxious that she should eoon be one way or the other I guess we will restored to health not feel the thralldom very keenly of Joe A McGehee from tho Mammoth tho new Blavcry era for wo have becomo Is pown for a rest His friends are al Â¬ accustomed to being hampered fenced ways glad to soo him especially when round as it were by so many different ho Is looking so well Issues Exclusive privileges monopo- Â¬ The graded school question is still agi Â¬ lies class legislation wero dominant eo tating public opinion For and against long we became accustomed to chains are battling verbally nnd tho voto alone Handicap no man is tho motto of the will decide tho ihsue now uppermost Democratic party but if they vote or Transfers II T Kendall nnd wlfo to dont vote at all to the contrary aud tho Thos Lowry 5 acres near Brandenburg slavery has become second nature and 1G0 Thos Lowry and wife to Henry fits they musnt complain at the penalWo shall see what we shall see Owens 1 i9100 acres near Rrandenburg ty Johnon declared that qvory inim P I was entitled to life liberty nnd tho pursuit of happi- ncss it forgot to mention to him A ter that thoy wero FJ - ld i Tho Slato campaign in Kentucky this year will bo one of tho most important in tho history of the Commonwealth Tho people are gcing to force the fight Â¬ ing That la to Bay the peoplo are going to forco as Issues of tho campaign State questions only The candidates seem disposed to drift oh upon matters of money making they expatiate upon the relative merits of tho freo and unlimited colnngo of silver and a gold standard of money 4But Kentucklans recogniio the fact that neither the Governor of Kentucky nor tho other officials to be elected can change the national tarliT or control firanclal legislation any nioru than tho General Council of any city can dictate the legislation of a whole State We havo congressmen elected to take care of national questions Let tho To Oet Sid of Aaaaal Steeliest candidates for State offices interest thorn Massachusetts U raovlag a fast aa con- Â¬ elves in Kentucky affairs A word to stitutional limits will permit to get rid the wise is sufficient Kentucky Post of annual elections A Stale election ami a bleHBlal session once la two ot tbe Legislature is about at much as ROYAL Baking Powder Ry well regslatod CowBMHwealtlt son Glob PMMOefftf visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ashcraft We will hold up our hands to cheer Sirocco and in the meantime we will ask what has become of him in tho last two weeks Miss Jiary Shellman of Lodlburg has been here trying to gel up a spring school but did not succeed Miss Mary is a charming young lady Mrs John Piko and daughter Mrs Eliza Night wero tho guests of Mrs Jesso Ashcraft ono day lust week and report a dayof perfect pleasure Sir Henry Cowley says his horse has taken up a bad habit It will not stand hitched unless hitched to a cedar tree twice a week at least nine hours at a time yw 0300 I ran across a Trilby in helghth and as interesting and pathetic who was en thusiastically for Rrown of tho Paris of America though instead of the Execu Â¬ tive mansion Chas M Nevitt and his young friend Mr Wathen came over from Cecilian and spent a few days last week Charlie is progressing finely as instructor of type writing and as pupil in high grades Marriage Lceuse Will Ryerly and Haltie L Colliguu Ren FEtherton and Salllo Carter Lou Puck nnd Nora B iivens J E Johnson and Ltzle Shack- Â¬ lett T O Ola comb and Eddie Ken Â¬ nedy Mr G II Cusp rku returned from New Orleans hurt Saturday His wife and Miss Rettie Clarkson aro in Ellzi bethtown forn few days to seo Mrs Dr OConnor The party spent a day In Nashville with relatives Usually at the breaking up of a long hard winter death reaps a large harvest or at any ratu la grippe aud pneumonia prevail to an alarming extent Ourcom muuity Is almost entirely freo from either malady Cold are prevalent but not serious I hope Sirocco you were present at the break up and will give a graphic ac- Â¬ count of tho conflict for supremacy be- Â¬ tween ice and Joo B Williiams The thaw has been gradual tho congealed cakes ha e floated silently nnd calmly by and tho big tow is victor waiting for high tide I am no longer at sea as lo the in dentity of Golden Rod I am in pos session of a most beautiful missive from Iter readv pen and she writes to tell mo she will seo me soon face to face in tho I shall look forward to the meet llesh ing with much pleasure nnd hope it may bo in the very near future Bro Walton preached a fine sermon last Sunday on the Lords Prayer He mado a beautiful Impressive point on forgiveness and showed most clearly we must forgive and forget too Well if dignity and self respect must be sacri ficed to obtain it of a fellow creaturo when you arc In the right I am oft tho path Mr and Mrs Morgan Richardson gave the young peoplo a dance list Tuesday night A great many turned out feeling conscientiously in tho mere act of danc Â¬ ing there is no harm Only when car-Â¬ ried to excefs or by improper association Wo does it becomo reprehensible never havo dancing here except in moderation nnd of our own social circle Quito a little party of us met at Mrs It II Novitts last Thursday evening to enjoy tho music aud watch tho young folks amuse themselves in a quiet way If contributing to others happiness and we know it to bo so constitutes our greatest happiness here below Mr and Mrs Nevitt should como in for first prize Their house is ever opon to afford pleas- Â¬ ure for neighbors and Irlonds Wonder if tho R publicans are pot just a little to blame for tho impairment of tho countrys credit It certainly is not and cannot be a party question They will havo control of tho Houso in a few months and a plurality in the next Senate Surely when such legislators step In wo can reverse Gov Knotts pre Â¬ diction aud say Howdy World and lh SUNDAY Good bye Shcol Mr Illlle IalMt Reading t Mln Lai Iclit Col Robt Ingereoll lectured in Louis- Â¬ Duel j ri ville last Thursday night on tho Bible Mrt Ilowland Bertha Mattingly I had just recently read Ids other great Itedtatlon G and the answer Violin Solo j V v lecture Which Way i Hay Dyer Uecltatlon This Way by Dr Talmage The witjth SUNDAY thing in Col Ingorsolls lecture was Heading tiest Klvlra Habliig Mr Omllle Gregory When I was in Washington a Heading this Jamee SkilUiiart few days since the chaplain prayed 0 Hecltatlon t Joha Vara im Ilccllatlou God give this Congrers wisdom Mr Rowland maftlllHl aud vet ha adds Ofark W Simon Mans really bellove in the impossible mil strikes us as strange that orthodox It Df PriW Ctun KuMwr HaMiBb MA MAiM Mtw sJoUl be so ijestctl a to gnmi K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Missis May and brother of Web ster visited relatives hero Saturday nnd Sunday Our postmastert Buck Whitworth was the guest of Mlsi Sarah Driskell ono day last week Miss Mella Harned of Custer is with tier brother taking music lessons under Miss Eula Richardson Perrins Bchool district No 00 taught by Mr Forest Haynes closed last week giv Â¬ ing general satisfaction Robt Bell and bride arrived at their homo here Monday where they are neatly and comfortably situated Our teauiBter II Smith will start two teams next week to hauling hickory timber In tho vicinity of Union Star Mr Elisha Simmons Sr purchased Mr Jno Nichols farm adjoining this place Mr Nichols nnd wlfo will leavo for Louisville soon James Kennedy Sr says ho is eighty years old never rode on a train in his life and has been a resident of this county Breckenridge nnd a professor of tho Christian faith for over sixty years The candy pullln given nt Amlt Boards Monday night in honor of the Misses May of Webster was a success witli tho exception of making tho candy Those present were Misses Lola Norton Laura Sipes Eliza Macy Katie Board Nannie Lenna Dentin Lula Nichols Board Ada Madics Eula Richardson Mella Harned and Minnie Reese A A Richardson Robt Weathcrford Paul Allio Weatherford Compton Elisha Simmons Jr Irvlo Richardson Everett S Geo Hook Enoch Mr and Mrs Thos Ditto nnd that Weatherford sweet baby girl spent last Thursday with Norton C S Board and others us and Mr Ditto tells mo tho woods are Krom another corrcipondent D II Smith was in Ctnler on business full of Rrown men and that SRBuckner is not tho favorite throughout the coun- Â¬ last week ty This column is according to Satollis Tho carpenters have completed Robt opinion ol the press For All Of All Bells house and our Editors Exclusive Privileges to Farmers are taking advantage of tho None so 111 freely give opinions of those good weather who differ with mo In an interview Miss Minnio Reese visited Miss Nan- Â¬ Brown w ith Dr D C Pusey be said nie Skillman last Friday is u strong man throughout tho county Wm Macy and W T Gregory were aud lias certainly made us a good Gov- Â¬ tho guests of Joe Claycomb Sunday Mr II II Nevitt differs with ernor Mr L N Bewley of Guston was tho the two gentlemen and thinks with many Gen Ruckner is tho favorite over Brown guest of Miss Eula Richardson last week The school at Cob Pipo College but as for our County Clerk himself I infer lies a McCreary man I thought taught by Geo Hook closed so mo weeks surely when I struck Mr Rarney Wor ago land who wore tho gray so gallantly I Tom McCoy has moved near Bowley had found a sympathizer but he was ville where he will farm patty exten- Â¬ Mr G L Neafus is sively this year non committal Ruckner Mr Neafus was ono of tho Aunt Rachel Snyder of Freedom died I had a pleasant at her grand sons G W Snyder on boys in tho trenches interview with Mr D W Lewis who Feb loth age 00 years with his father Mr J W Lewis had ex Â¬ Miss Maud Smythe has closed her pressed no preference but would favor school at Bandys echool houso and re- Â¬ McCreary Dut just now the graded school question Is uppermost hero in the turned to her home in Hardinsburg Miss Eflle Kincheloe with tho assist Â¬ community nnd on that point Dcnnie gave me some information against Dr ance of our most gallant friend Mr E Hardin and Mr Nevitt and Dr Pusey R Norton closed her ichool at Nortons for Dennieas w ell as his father and many Valley others argue that by favoring the graded Mr Aaron Norton who had a stroke of school nnd by voting a tax they will in Â¬ paralysis some weeks ago we are glad to cur a tax to be handed down to their say was able to bo at Garfield last week grand children and if bonds should bo by tho assistance of his accomplished Issued in future at discretion of trustees daughter Mlbs Lola they would hang perhaps Indefinitely bearing interest Again said objectors PRESTON urge that an undesirublo class of citizens Dr Rcwley of Irvington was hero last would move in non property holders of no social advantage and to educate chil- Â¬ Wednesday Miss Eliza Rrashear of Union Star Dr Hardin dren at others expense comes right in on last objection and visited friends and relatives hero last states that If we have the school he will week Eugeno Guilland closed his school nt buy or build here and remain perma- Â¬ samo advocates insist that Holt last week and ia at homo now tor a nently Tho property will increase in value that no fewdajs Union Star has suddenly becomo the bonds will be issued as an unpretentious building will bo erected and no unneces- Â¬ place of all places to Jab Rrasher sary expense incurred Thoy also arguo Why la It Mr and Mrs Thos D Rrodie of that any individuals anxious to educate children are an advantage to any Chonault were visiting iiero lost Friday their community Dr PuBoy has no children and Saturday to send to school but endorses tho pro- Â¬ Mr Jno Rruner has sold his farm to ject from a progressive stand point He Mr Walter Rarger and will remove Mr Nevitt and Mr Win Mclutyre are shortly to Paradise Bottom all property holders Mr James Lewis Hughe Frymlro has purchased himself is a great advocate of education but beÂ¬ a new bicycle and will soon bo measur- Â¬ lieves In consolidating tho two districts ing his length on the lawn and raising deficit by private subscrip Â¬ Preston can boast of a professional tion which he says hell head generously chair mender The services of the little Mr II 0 Woodson opposes the contem- Â¬ lady aro in great demand in families plated move belitnlng it would be a dis Â¬ where there aro young gentlemen In Â¬ advantage instead of advantage Now deed it is quite a pleasure to see her there aro the proa and cons Each sido deft littlo fingers gliding to and fro claiming a majority when it comes to through the meshes of the twine which good tho vote We certainly do need a to rebottom tho chairs I shant she school in this community Let us hopo tell you her name but she will have a It in some way and amic Â¬ we may have business sign painted soon and if you ably a e passing along the road from Preston to Rhodelia you will bo sure to seo it Epworth League Program for March Miss arrio Rruner and Mr Walter ad SUNDAY Bargt r will bo married on Sunday March Annie IlranJcnbueif Heading 3rd inst Tho wedding will be very Solo ItevSO Shell quiet owing to a recent death in the Hccltatlon Lena Hamilton brides family Miss Rruner is a hand Â¬ Geo Harris Cornet Solo Clara Djcr some intelligent young lady while Mr Mediation jrd SUNDAY Barger is an active young farmer and the Kitlellojd couple begin life under very favorable Itcsdln Mary Harris Kecltallon Wo wish them all possible auspices Solo John Hun joy in their marital life and hope that Heading Cattle Iumr t Mr Martin all their troubles will bo little ones Heading Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ worth more if hoivoro VEST SHOES Lei us say hero that there aro soveral advan- Â¬ tages which comes to you til 41 4 tf if you wear our Shoes In mi a word The Vest Shoes for 1895 are full of beauty 9A9 J V durability and red edged adjectives Thoy fairly press tho electrical button of popular desiro They press tho button and you enjoy the rest wwtmwsMmvwmmm CHINTZ EOYALTY VEST Office oyer COUNTY SUKVEYOK the Bank of Hardinsburg 4 Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in tho line of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners a specialty Breckenridge county solicited Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ ledgements of deeds at timo of surveying if parties desire it Address at Hardinsburg Ky By shipplnjr to Hern don Carter Company YOU CAN MAKE MONEY Commission Merchants Louisville IvT because they arc the largest and most re liable commission merchants and because they can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper A trial shipment solicited Write to them for quotations before shipping Specialties Eggs Butter Poultry Fruits of all kinds Beans Potatoes Onions Hay Grain Headquarters for Furs Hides and Wool Capital 4000000 Liberal advances made on con signments General correspondence solicited Â¬ F1 m PELLVILLE Rev Jarnigan will pi each here the 5th Sundayin thlamonth THAT us An Ounce of prevention is worth a pound Ripans Tabuls do of our not weigh an ounct but they contain many pounds oi good One tabule give relief Try for yourself the next time you have arheadaohe or bil- Â¬ ious attack Blpaaa Tabula atay a 4nnm- - Fries obtaUMel Uumtga The most of last years tobacco crop is still in tho barns here unsold Fourteen letters were called for and in your mouth indicates granted nt Pcllvillo Baptist church last Bile and shows that Saturday your bloods wrongl to get a Spring Miss Dolly Jett is trying school at Patesville MIbs Dolly deserves a good school SARSAPARILLA Rev R T Bruner has located in will tet your blood rlhti and not gone to Kansas as Owensboro and cure your Dyspepsia was first reported Nervousness Aches and Davey Broadakey tho popular little jew ia keeping store now for liis brother-in-la- w Pains Tone you up all over Try Frank Lcibovitz one bottle and be sure to ask Georgo Schaefcr has been employed for Neats by Frank Loibovitz to drive for him while tho latter ia peddling goods Most of the farmers have finished sow- Â¬ Keata Sarsaparllla ia for sale by ing tobacco seed and will plant tho larg Â¬ A R FISHER Druggist est crop ever planted in this country Mort Mosely went to Haweeville last Cloverport Ky Monday and qualified as deputy clerk under E P McAdnms in place of II D Brown removed Henry J Jolly of Hardinsburg visited relatives here last week His son Frank ATTORNEY AT has enlisted under him in tho Life In Â¬ CLOVERPORT KY surance business Dr John B Huff had a surprise birth- Â¬ Office with David R Murray Eait ead ot day dinner the 27th of February when Iron Bridga forty eight people enjoyed tho best eat Â¬ ables of the season Rete Haynes of Patesville who mov Â¬ ed hero last fall to take a mall contract i pa APPUIMAK the widely kaown special alter vear of atudy baa aoperfccieU al has moved back after loelng all his rncqt thate caa now general bad auro themV and auKerlnu a wrmouent horses and mooting with l 1 lce thai fUheViJtftlrbSK luck Thousands are avallla g lliera dn opportunity aad hum- - m 5elfM h Jako Mazervfs will move bis sawmill rJ2iieJLlmonlU rt ou fiIe showing the O treatment hero soon to saw up the largest pile of All Cbronto DisÂ¬ logs ever got together l this country eases Treated Rennet k The logs were Qut from the CATnaH or ArNcea Temple lad BRONCHIAL AND LUNS TROUSUSHlADTeTOM acn liven a He aowt1 To show lie value of tbe Kkws the last DisiAatatmtFtr utt limo we seHt a contribution to it we re Â¬ Htnvoua exuviation KIN DIA HWCU marked that a good blacksmith was MATIU ANB HIURAIOIA need here Blitee then letters have cotne The bast and nioatMg acUHllAc traatnicat from different raltbs inquiring or a all Fimaic DitAea mean location We get oe the Rest day after Lukk aad petmaaeat cure Kew treatment tor FILM and TJLCUKS We believe it the paper was printed Younger old wea auSeriag from KiaMtr viawEn iHtiNAKY wacAa will be tbe weans ol im ccrla a good IMS visea potaoa wcAKte m cxHAUana H actually r smith twaaAcJsMsiasihattlth aaul happiness a l vigor vl v UT baa aiiuulaiul ullta klaM fitl TASTE NEATS Gus Brown LAW BE CURED JLHSHI ST00KK0LDIR8 MXlTIWa Cteytperl Ky Maira It of Uh MoclhoMar of 1 h aaaual HMMtlaarBrick aael Maaafatlanay Cttmrpurt Patlag will al Whlvk Una aaTwaea aaiWtkw Um ha told ear dviJwr aannv diracUra X Mat at expert spaetallala who earalaUy coe tMer each ease aad prepare the proper rain alee CoawiUatioa and opinion ya1 be snail TTcatmeatlarniaheaatthekmvaUot fw4r yaur j t ytar Write u reel yaa4 tally tad ealoee stamp for ayjptoa hlank Ho i CaUrri No i Jor htea No i For Woeaea Aodraae 171 1 4M tT63NIJWmi tT b aaiLLaan rnt ArruMA mkoicinc co SWfWT J Bf CMCAMilU rynr i -- if amtt jff rJyrrmiV7 Vw MB J3RmOKJQKHlIOK NAPOLEON Study of NB1S8 OLOVERPORT KY Tho End Justified The Means Tho New York World Is abusing tlo Administration for disposing of llio new binds by private contract instead of offering them to tbo highest bldJcr claiming that tho government bos lost over 800000 by the secret transaction and that tbo credit of tbo nation had been degraded Tho prnflbj of tho syn- Â¬ dicate that took tho bonds wero un- Â¬ doubtedly largo and it is posslblo that a portion if not all that amount would havo been obtained by tbo government If tho bonds had been sold in the opon market but would it havo been possl- Â¬ blo to havo disposed of the bonds in that manner upon tho conditions that govern tbo contract with tbo syndicate Had tho bonds been Eold in the way the World declares they should have been tho Treasury would have been relieved temporarily only and a repltltion of the results that have followed all tho bond Issues for the past eighteen months would have ensued Tho gold would have been withdrawn from tbo Treas- Â¬ ury as fast as It was deposited cxportu tions would havo continued and another bond issue would havo been Imperative The contract with tho syndicate as wo understand it is that the gold reserve fund is to bo rettired to its normal con- Â¬ dition and maintained This means prompt relief and pcumnent protection restores confidence and stimulates bus iness Certainly more satisfactory re- Â¬ sults could not have been obtained and as tho end seems to have justified the means tbo administration should escape censure notwithstanding a different plan might havo proven just as effective and more profitable If ones foresight was as good as his hindsight tho Admin- Â¬ istration would no doubt havo acted dif- Â¬ ferently but the best and quickest plan that suggested itself at tho timo the deal was mado was adopted Danville Advocate A new theory in tho treatment of coughs lung aud bronchial affections has been advanced by tho manufacturers of Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honoy It Is truly a All dealers sell wonderful remedy it on a positive guarantee For sale Dr Haynes Cloverport by Short R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Geo Heyser Constan- Â¬ Co Buras tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky BONAPARTE Childhood and EPWORTH LEAGUE LesaonFor the VeekBcgianlngMarch 10 Comment by Rev Walter His Strong J U aV Sj J Tatcs AM BABBAGE Wo aro after Iuihiiicps Uifr Characteristics BOYHOOD OF THE FUTURE EMPEROR Jay V reduction in If iwl Ended by Topic The Peace Offering Binin nEAniNa Lv lit 1 0 I Pet II 24 Tho directions given for tho various sacrifices in tbn tabornaclo and templo worship wcro very minute Tho cero monial must havo been deeply Impross Ivo Probably no ritual iu any other earthly sanctuary wis over so full of meaning no rites so solemn no vest mouts and utensils moro costly than thoso used in tbo templo nt Jerusalem Tbo offerings prescribed iu Lovitlous Numbers and Deuteronomy though soomingly of ninny kinds aro really comprised in four general classes They wcro pcaco meat burnt and sin offer ings Pcaco offerings froo will thank offerings and common consecrations have ono common law Whatovcr tho kind of beast presented tho blood is nil to bo poured by a priest nt tho foot of tho altar All tho fat is to bo of burnt offerings burned by tho priest on tbo altar with salt Tho breast and right shoulder after boing waved or lifted up becomo tho priests portion Tho remainder of tho animal is to bo cnten by tho ono making tho oiToriug nnd ills friends All this signifies participation with tbo Divino Provider in bis bounty A second class of sacrifices somewhat similar in naturo but differing in tbo articles prescutcd was tho moat offerings or moro accurately iu our modern speech tho meal offerings Theso consisted of flour of various kinds with oil sometimes mado into cakes and somo times uncooked Salt nnd frankincenso wcro also to bo offered with tiiosc but novcr any leaven nor honey Part of tho gift was burned on tho altar tho re mainder was for tho uso of tho priests Tho first fruits wcro to bo presented in tho templo nnd n offering mado to God beforo it was lawful for any ono to partako of tbo now harvest At tho Passovor feast grain reaped from a field iu tho Kcdron valley with much ceremony was beaten out from full cars parched over n fire ground into meal aud mado into cakes of which an offer- Â¬ ing was mado by firo on tbo nltar to God Then throughout tho city and land tho now harvest might bo caton by tho peoplo with rojoicing Tho burnt offoiiug was to bo wholly consumod on tbo altar in token of tho comploto submission of tho soul to tbo snrvico of Jehovah Tho sin offering aud vnrious kinds of trespass offerings woro of n still differ Â¬ ent class Tbo sin offering had tho blood poured nt tho baso of tbo nltar tho fat buruod upon it but tho body romovod outsido tho camp and wholly buruod In tbo place whero tho ashes wcro deposited Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Abrupt and Quarrelsome In Disposition IVado Mrs K Tcnn With No Regard for Neatness of Attire A Helpless Invalid Lacked the Scholastic Trait J7 Stonewall GENTS HIS FIRST ENTRY INTO FRANCE Kldnoy and Liver Troublo and Norvous Dobillty IO Years of Suffering 0 Â¬ Furnishing Goods Take advantage of this sale it will last Coilght 19X5 by John Clark IMdpnlh1 BOYHOOD Pr Napoleon mny bo said to havo had a threefold life Ho was an Italian by do scent n Corsican by variation and a Frenchman by nationality Ho was tho last by n oloso contingency for Corsica bad only boconio French a few months boforo bis birth Wo may lioro glanco briefly at tho aspect of tho world at tho duto of bis apparition Tho Bourbon monarchy of Franco was in its liectlo boyday knowing little aud fearing nothing Its wisost organ was tho minister of Forolgu AfLonis XV faire tho great Clioisenl was in tho forty sixth yoar of bis reign Italy consisted of distracted principalities over which tho papal power still extended its scepter in spectral majesty Clement XIV had reached tho third month of His pontificate Tbo Hapsbnrg Josoph II was in tho fourth year of that Imperial rulo which bad now becoruo a shadow and illusion on the disk of time Great Britain gaining rapidly by con quost on foroign shores bad for ruler Qcorgo III then in the thirty first year of his ago in America tho rebols of Now Eng- Â¬ land bad been outlawed by Parliament for their rash and basty proceeding against tho tax on tea Onlyafowmilos from tho blrtliBceno in tho bouso of Carlo Buonaparte was stationed a Provencal lioutonant with his regimont of Lor- Â¬ raine and his uamo was Alirabcaul Letitia dl Buouaparto was not qulto nineteen years of ago when ber war god was born Incidents in tho first years of tbo Napoleonic childhood thero am uono rocordod Wo aro loft to bimsolf and to bis Bohoolmato Bourlonne for our knowl Â¬ edge of tbo earliest characteristics and ovonts of bis llfo Tho Corsican bad a prodigious mem Â¬ ory and it roaohod baok woll toward his infancy When in after years bo spoke of himself as ho was ma oh given to doing ho generally usod exaggeration but wo may not doubt that thero was always n vein of sterling truth under- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II CARLO BONAPARTE FATHER OF NAPOLEON running bis dramatlo recitals Wo know out of tho nataro of tbo case that his representations of his own ohild obaraotor were in tbo main correct Tho yonug Buonaparto was from n babo abrupt and quarrelsomo His will fulnoss was extreme Tho likelihood is that bo novor ouco in bis lifo willingly obeyed anybody Near his death at Longwood bo declared that bo was n ov Â¬ er afraid His child passion was fre quently oxcitod against Joseph over whom ho exercised u censorious sway from tho tirao when they toddled togeth er in tho birth room or fought in tho yard Ho appears to have loved bis mothor and to havo obeyed her in a mo rose and mathematical way but in his last talk ho indicates that bis conduct as u child toward tho mother wan rather prudential than affootionato H boars witness that tho Ramolino llouoss was tender it tho troatment of him as well as eovoro and just To thoir fourth child Carlo Buona parte and hl3 wifo gave the nnmo of Napoleon At tiio first it was Napoloone In this form tbo possessor retained it until flaring up in Paris in tho charac Â¬ ter of a young Jacobin ho throw away the Italian and aristocratic fictions in his namo to becomo plain republican Indeed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Napoleon Bonaparte The first teaching of tho child Bona parte was given by his mother Then he was sent in bis sixtli year to a childs school kept by n woman II o wont from the parental threshold in that saino arbitrary and belligerent mood which characterized him over Ho fought with his schoolmates among whom he ap peared with no sign of neatness in his clothing and uothing debonair in his manner At this time beside his parents he bad two important relatives Ono of these was Luolen Buonaparte brother of his grandfather Joseph and tho other yttut Joaeph Fesch after wards tbo Cor- dhial Feeob half brother of his mother The latter was a studious lad of twolvo who took an interest In his sisters son and the former had wealth and iufluouou in tbe island both of which he was willing to bestow on the Bonaparte tohoolbuy YonngFeech aided him with hie lMftouc aud exercised conservative How little inttweuoe on his temper jftiht it be foreseen that theyosufer of Ibese twain with bis surly look aud long hair and stockings down over bU how ia the duet of the pUynronud eixMild one day from ait liuperil pulaoe i - in the moat splendid oily in the wwd i Jp- - dejuaatob hli elder playmate as awibwHw dor to the Pot of Kojuel Wht were the civil aad social loflu- mom arotutd he sohoolhoane of Boa- l partal The emtinenu of that piaoe are among the most potest and udwrlaf f urr-- TbTohlld vp bW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M rr The a to Xyi Bmkimg S Govt Reports wr unconsciously tho prevailing principles of tho hour and the churnutcr is form ing wbilo tho first hesitant words aro conned from tho primer Tho boy Napoas leon had around his schoolroom around bis cradle an agitated atmos phere It wis banked with tho r eroding clouds of revolution Thero was light ning on tho rim aud blood on tho fringes Tho majority of tho Corsicans lud ac- Â¬ cepted tho French dominations Souio still remembered Genoa with nfTcotlon and many sighed for independence Among tho latter wcro tho Buonapartes Tbo fooling of regret fur tho lost cause began to wano nbout tho tlmo that Napoleon was scut to school but thiro was still in his heart n drop of Inherited bit ternoss on account of tho French con quest Ho looked back angrily at tho torriblo conditions surrounding him in bis childhood As lato as his twentieth year ho broke out in passion I was said ho wbilo my country was born dying Thirty thousand French vomited on our shores drowning tho throne of liberty in waves of blood such was tho horrid sight which first mot my view Tho cries of tho dying tbogroaus of tho oppressed tears of despair surrounded my cradlo at my birth Tho uttornnco shows bow hardly tho fnturo emperor of tho French himself in youth becanio a Frenchman When from tho sixth to tbo ninth yoar of his ago tho boy Bouaparto at- Â¬ tended school in his native town thrco lines radiated boforo bis feet On a of theso was dim and clouded bnt glorified with patcVs of cxtremo light It was tho way into tho kingdom of that Now Philosophy which was just then rovoal- ing itsolf with such brilliancy iu Franco A second and well trod way led straight ly to tho Church Rome was grout and bonorablo Her rewards of diligont ambition wcro rich and certain Tbo young aspirant who entered tho colleges might well expoct emolument and reputation Tho third path led dangerously to tho military lifo Nono might nt that timo discern tho coming upheaval of society with its concomitant roigu of tho sword But tho agitations of tho epoch wore sufficient to encourago wqr and to offer a monsnro of inducomont to follow in tho path of military glory Tho taciturn schoolboy of A jaccio had theso tbroo opon ways boforo him From tho first ho was precluded by tho dis- Â¬ positions of his family intensified in himsolf Ho never had tho scholastic trait His abilities as a pupil and after wards as a military cadet showed noth ing of tho philosophe Indeed bo conceived how early in boyhood wo know not a projudico against philosophy and tbo philosophers as well As for the Church ho had an inbred admiration for Bomo but tbo kind of lifo offered in tho priesthood was without attractions for him personally Ho was willing that Joseph and other of bis friends should becomo priciund bishops but not him solf Noitbeho scholars gown nor tho priests snrpllco offered tbo slightest attraction to his imagination Tho condition of tho Buouaparto fam ily about tho years 1770 78 was orltical Carlo tho father had givon an Interest- Â¬ ed adhesion to tho French Ho bad bis hopes from tho annexation Ho would keep bis titles and rocover tho proper ties formerly bolonging to tbo fumily Tbo Buonaparto estates in Corsii a bad been mostly lost Somo had boon confis Â¬ cated by tbo Genoese party and converted into Jesuit schools Tbo recent rovo lntion bad reduced Carlos moaus almost to naught Ho was bimsolf of no repu tation as an economist His family bad rapidly multiplied Two children died in infancy botween tbo birth of Napoleon and that of Lucien In 1775 Tbo family was brought almost to penury Carlo do Buonaparto could not got back his properties Tho privilege of writing his namo with a da did not com pensato for his losses Ho struggled with adversity and sought tho aid of influenAmong thoso tho most tial friends available was Gcnoral Marbcouf Tbo latter in 1770 nppoaled on bobalf of his Corsican friends to tho authorities in Paris for tho privilcgo of educating tho Buonaparto boys in Franco at tbo ox ponso of tbo royal treasury This thiug might bo dono provided tbo applicants should bo under ton years of ngo and bo ablo to show four strains of noblo blood In thoir voiusl In tho caso of tbo boys Buouaparto this could not bo proved and affairs in tho bomostoad went from bad to worse At this jnucturo history rather than man camo to tho rescue Franco was on tbo vorga of bankruptcy Ono iluaiica minister after another was appointed and ono financial sebnmo after another exploded in tho hands of tho inveutors It becanio necessary to call together at Versailles council of tho nobles Carlo do Buonaparto was chosen a repreecuta tlvo from Cjoicv In going to perforin his duty at tho French capital bo took with him to bo distributed en route blstwooii8 Joseph afid Napolcou also tho boys half ancle Joseph Fcsob also a cousin of Lotitla tbo mothor As for Fcscb iiq was to be left as a stivdent at Air Tho cmisin had been appointed to an office in J ho church at Antw and at that place the dlrtraeted father deter Â¬ mined to drop his twa sobs at school This wa in tbo yoar 1778 Theoow panyaet out by way of Florence Genoa Marseilles Lfw The youngest of the boy company ww a in such apparel m otwld be furnished iu the bouse of mi lrarciHiIww HoblewaN The boys head wm btnt forward w he walked His foot how for the first time his touched tho oowtiuwit lie was teuth ytar Ha uicttered UokcH ejaon latlous to hfa ooiupMilous It wiw Ma poleeu Bonaparte ou bltMay to Antsu and the world iota Clam BiDPAm To be QpstisMd Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Taking Hoods Co Lowell Mass1 Hood The effects of Hoods Sarsaparllla la rny eat 1 haro been truly murrelous It far surpasses any other medicine I hare erer taken For is years t was troubled with torpid liver kidney trouble- and nervous debility and was A Helpless Invalid God first or my health and C I Hood Co second lor Hoods garsaparllla I have recom- - I have been taking Hodes Sarsaparllla for three months and I feel that I am cured I foe I better now than I have for sixteen years I thank ssnmmmnmmmmmmmmm 10NLY TWO WEEKS mended It to all my neighbors and several ot them are uslne Hoods Sarsaparllla with good remits I am 53 year old ana feel better than I 11 lis K Wade stonewall Tenn did at 40 Hoods5Curcs ROCK HAVEN I ammiummmmuuuuuus Best note paper 5 cts a quire Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly efficiently on the liver aud bowels 25c and Best Hermsdorf black socks worth 0 25 and 40 cts now going at - oC Health of tho community is good Mrs Jano LoMnrtus was In town Satur Â¬ day Miss Mattle Dow was in town shopping Saturday Mr Davis and wife was tho guest of ber father Saturday Two thieves in town Friday night the party unknown Henry Sholton of Indiana was the guest of his brother Monday Mr Johnnie Bruncr visits tho Kkron neighborhood quite often Tho danco given at Mr Fowlers Wed nesday night was quite a success Ed McAfee and Ed Iliner wore in town Sunday Como again boys Misses Ola and Ituth Crist wero the guest of Miss Mattio Dow Sunday Miss Mary Wright was the guest of hor sister Mrs Fowler several days last week Thero is a certain lady of our town who wants ner namo in print in tho News Jack Thornsbury baa gone to work with tho brldgo crew on tho Otter Creek bVidgo Best white envelopes 3 cts Enormous per package cut o 5 cts Tablets ch dee for 3 cents Some pretty designs in Windsor Ties worth 25 choice for FIIEU COINAGE OF SILVER The free and unlimited coinage of silver the product of American mines at the old ratio of 1 6 of silver to i of gold is the only solution of and remedy for the disturbed and unsatis- Â¬ factory condition of trade manufac- Â¬ ture and general business of the coun- Â¬ try The surreptitious act of 1873 divorcing silver and gold in our mone- Â¬ tary system was a crime of untold magnitude It was the rankest kind of class legislation in favor of the wealthy against the producers of wealth and hostile to the prosperity of the United States It was an act of treason because done at the instance of a European syndicate and for bribe giving aid and comfort to money our countrys enemies To shield the guilty parties the well authenticated facts often published have been vigorously denied The Enquirer will continue to expose this unpardonable crime until right and justice are done the people by the full restoration of silver to its We old companionship with gold need the assistance of the people in disseminating the truth to which end we invite all in your selection of pa- Â¬ pers for the coming season to include the Enquirer that costs only 100 a Issued twice a week year Liberal commissions and cash re-Â¬ Sample wards given to club raisers copies free Enquirer Company Cincinnati O Â¬ I I 7n I Ui Mr Ed GrifTce and family of Illinois are visiting their parents Mrs GrifTeo near this place Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is different from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying tho inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Di R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Ileyeer Con Â¬ A Taylor Rosetta stantino Drury Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Bennett Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Tliy Harden To every ono on enrth God gives a burden to bo carried down Tho rood that lien between tho cress nnd crown No lot Is wholly free Ho gtveth ono to tlioo Thy burden Is Gods gift And It will make tho bearer cnlm nnd strong Yet lest tt press too heavily nnd lotitf Ho Bays Cast It on mc And tt Khali easy lie Marianne Farnlngham If you should need a box it now former price cut to of fine writing paper get 25c -C EKRON George Miles of Garrett went to Lou- Â¬ isville Monday Several from Garrett attended literary hero Friday night Mr Jess Clarkuon of Big Spring wont to tho city Wednesday Will Ashcraft tho School Superintend ent was in town last Friday Geo W Wrather went to tho Falls of Rough Wednesday on business Mc II Richardson returned to Louis- Â¬ ville Monday night to resume his duties as gauger Dolph Jones and John Meadow of Big Fpriog went to Louisville Monday with stock T P Guedry went to Guston Tuesday in tho interest of tho New Orleans Mo lasses Company Rigloy Cayce assistant Supt L St L T R R was here Thursday on busi Â¬ ness for his road T P Guedry traveling salesman for the New Orleans Molasses Co left for Louisville Tuesday Â¬ Â¬ missions as valueless Tho educated na tives of heathen lauds nro especially given to this view This makes tho testimony of tho editor of n largo daily pa per in Japan of particular importance Ho says Christian missionaries huvo now been working hero a full genera tion Thero aro hundreds of men aud womon who havo brought 500000 nil nually hero to establish Christian schools and churches and how much havo thoy accomplished Roally wbonwoseo that tboy havo gained only a fow tens of thousands of converts wo can only bo sorry for them nnd must call their work a failure Aud yet look all over Japan Our 40000000 today havo a higher standard of morality than wo havo over known Thero is not n boy or girl throughout tho empire that has not hoard of tho ono man ono woman doc trine Our ideas of loyalty and obedi ence nro higher than over And when wo inquire tho causo of this great moral ndvauco wo can find it in nothing elso than tho rcligiou of Josus Christ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is popular in Tho Value of M Unions somo circlos to decry Our stock UNDER WEAK We are must be reduced compelled to make room for Spring Stock Every garment at absolute cost To appreciate the immense line of MONARCH Shirts that we carry you must inspect them They are beauties The line em- Â¬ Epwortli League Houses sible of any religions movement if woll ville founded is that of narrowness nnd bigSkckktabv of Statk 0 W Mctcalf otry Breadth nnd depth aro essential ofPlnovllle J Stoddard Johnston of to success iu Christianity Ono of tho Louisville Moj II 8 Halo of Graves most hopeful signs iu tho young poo Attorney General W J Henirlck plos movement iu all tbo churches ia proper recognition of this fact Social of Fleming Jno Doreey of Henderson life ia duly provided for away from tho VuniTon L 0 Norman of Boone and entanglements of Commissioner ox Agriculture Ion B alluromenta and associations ot Louisville Nicholas McDow Â¬ worldly amusements rccognlzod Nail Intellectual noods aro and a ell of Doyle now literatnro is being crcatod to meet W II Gardni r of Har Â¬ the demand History biography trav Â¬ Tkkasitber din R 0 Ford of Clay John C Hera els theology fiction art and science are resurveyed aud tho old truths re Â¬ don of Louhjville Reqistekok Land OrriCK Greea B told in new form aud now discoveries Swangi ot Wolf county M F Brink announced so that by tracts periodicals and books ample provision is made to ley Rockcastle cultivate Intelligence and thorough Governor and Knott for knowledge Interest iu the more careful Bardis ttady of the Bible the history of the The Senate Bswlmyvjllk Kditor News The ohuroh and the doctrinal peculiarities of the varloaa denoiuinatioM is manifest Hob John G Carlisle whea he eeee a many direetloas to Kentucky to iHsetwi the ftwiaelal proleM will fiad the pai very Kaetty and UaVdla to travel Watt Hardin for Gevwrper IIm J Wltta Bbr w Mc we gave fcer Outorta friwtor Knott for the U 8 genet wilt J M Walks make a strong t aw Â¬ Tho Candidates The Frankfort Argus priuta tbo follow- Â¬ ing list of announced candidates Govkhnor Clay and Hardin Lieutenant Governor R T Tyler of Hickman Judgo M D Brown of Hopkinsvilln Oscar Turner Jr of Louis- Â¬ Tho idea of cultured yonug people going to llva In tho slums of tbo great cities and by puro lives in tbo midst of vicious surroundings try to win tho sinful to Christ is bearing fruit not only in Loudon but in Boston Now York Chicago and our other western cities Tho Epworth Leaguu bouso of tho University settlement Boston is doing a noblo work Dr G W Gray with tho Leaguers of Chicago Is having splendid success ill tho samo line Souls aro converted tho hungry aro fed tho dostituto Have you Itonowcd tlon for f813 aro clotbod tho homeless aro lodged tho frleudlcss find trno hearts and open hands This is practical Christianity Tho Epworth Leaguers support tbo work WOMEN and find it moro blessed to givo than to TJS12 rocoiva Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ braces the very lastest and very cheap GIVE US A CALL Jno D Ml Babbage yr yr yr yourSubtcrlt E C BABBAGE Manager I IN DOUBT WAFERS Q mix llrvadtli of Purpose Ono of tho most fatal criticisms PENNYROYAL pos tm IHIIIIIIIHIilUHIfll 1 Tho first of American News- Â¬ papers CHARLES ADANA 6a Daily by mail - - Daily Sunday by mail8 a --a The Weekly 1 ni iiMBifl Por e o Editor theAmerican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ can Spit it These first last and all the time forever The American Constitution The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world PAP CALENDAR rttj3K5JH Price 5c a copy By mall 2 a year Address Tim SUN Now York 4- - fc jfr vfc sfiS A Dck Calendar a necessity mott convenient kind of ttorehoute for memoranda The Columbia Desk Calendar U brightest and handoactt ol all full of dainty tjlhotxtte and pen sketches and cnteiUlnlne thoughts on otttitoot cxerck and Occatiofwlly reminds yeu of the superb quality ot Columbia Bl- evetN and of yew Med ef oac You wottt btyMt to rbt eowPM The Calsadar wWt be nullid or awe 2 eeat sumps U H4 k wF 7k -- --- -- 7ft bh--pupe- fe ZeithaBFOUrtCKNTSareek Thlukoflt PER YEAR THE CHANCE Of A UfETNK let Hy an arrauiemefit vriththopubltaheraef The Xyenlai J an enabled r to make am uaiireciieBteil offer to the remteru of Xtutucky J wilt semi the nit eeuiWa pl jm mj - ui n Children Oryfer Pltehoft OMtorla h AjaUaTJA Cflhaa DaAaVMaaW pora MPQ CO eaBUfr vv LOUISVILLE EVENING POST by mall pout ate nreiMiM to any a IdreM in KeutHv imana ooiuma a t oziafter uaon jourma tnil tnQAoiaieH mi marxet report waaataifnwmm telegraph new air all rtinkfirt oorrMjMi fifeiHW aptalaoelety raoiug ehieemM o u if Kentucky imrtiatnewu --vellnuv ami live ualltteal mattar rim mmmI Aieata yramteMi writ me teVmta the type lurte and easily MM NUTJUKAll pcraoHH who yrleax to take advantage otter mua make ehecka ag money ordkera payable to of Ky Ji OT3VXJv iuom X 36 TMlnlM rra --- larVTe vUv v IMiMMIIHllllllllll W II II JSJwww h vWv vl wr 4 THBJ BRHGKRNRIDGH ilio corporals uanto is qulto appro priate to tho ono yon have given his regiment The woinnn in tho buggy looks as if shud mako n fit vivandicro to n critter company nnd a fit sweet heart for a corporal of tho namo of Rata Jakoy mado no reply to this Ho was evidently wolghed down with some concealed responsibility Tho colonel tried to draw him again into conversation but oven their campaigns wore not sufficient At Inst tho colonel realizing that they wero near their destination and his young wifo boenmo occupied Snddonly ho by his own thoughts caught sight of a large framo houso set Ho gazod upon it back from tho road with n singular mingling of different feelings In it ho had first met his wife in It sho had concealed him from men aud hounds and thero sho was now his wifo and tho mother of their bubo Ho gavo his horso tho spurs Jakoy sud denly drew rein Colonell ho called What MIbbBbpfs What of Confound Miss Bnggs her Reckon thars somepu wrong bout hor What do you mean Mobbo Fhos a Fcderto spy You littlo imp why didnt you tell crlod tho colonel nn mo that before grily Waal I haint sartiu bout it nohow n I thought yer moughtnt liko fo to hold ontcr n woman Jakey said tho colouol impressive ly you havo dono very wrong You should have told mo of your suspicions nt onco Remombor Im a colonel commanding a brigade In the Union army What Tho colouol sat irresolute should ho do Miss Baggs was now miles away Jakoy only suspected hor His young wife whom ho had not seen for nearly year was within n stouos Suddenly he drovo tho throw of him Spurs again uto his horsos flanks and rodo on to tho gatoway of tho plantation Thorn was no need to opon the ogatoto open Tho gato for theie two rodo ou t V houso through an avonuo of anl Colonol Maynard dismounted I Iiro his horso reached tho foot of tho s p leafing up on to tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEXWB r OLOYHRPOHT ir lH m iii iTi iim pr L0MIL1E JWP V K MARKET REPORTS PJSBffP Wnal COPrHiOMr 189 Ir AMtRiCAN flti JOUMiO haint had ter n year now colonel clyo know I n cup o rotYco fo nigh ou Â¬ Yon shall lmvo Borne us fooh ns I can reach my cormnUsiry Anything else Bouri frowned oven nt tho rcqncbt of her mother and no ono named any otic er requirement you Jakoy said tho colonel havent forgotten how when I wont through lioro a year ago I naked you to go with mo on my way to Chattanooga to got information of tho movement of tho Confederate army Hov I forgot when I war yer nld tier camp Oh no no I haint forgot Well I hadnt much inducement to offer you thon unless tho sharing of a prison may bo called an inducement Now if you will go along Ill promiso you tho best that Mrs Maynard can provido nt tho plantation Will you go Will I Course I will Paw can I hov Tom Sartin boy and tho farmer turned and went to tho barn Wont you need n a luncheon asked Souri whoso hesitation was nn effort to avoid tho word snack tho only namo alio had known for a cold bito before sho went north to school Woshall Oh no said tho colonel Well rido directly to tho plantation get plenty to cut when wo arrive Meanwhile Jakey had followed his father to tho barn Mrs Slack stepped Into tho houso to mako up n bundle for tho boy Maynard and Souri sauntered aimlessly lri tho yard Prosontly they found themselves at tho wullhouso Souri loaned over it and looked down Into tho well Thoro was something sho wanted to say but found it difficult I thank you very much for what youve dono for me she said Why Souri what havo I done for you compared with what you did for mo Didnt you find mo n poor whito girl n year ago and havent you stnt me to school with Jakey and helped mo to look into n world that would havo been always closod to mo except for you And wouldnt my world havo been entirely closed to mo oxcept for you Souri was silent Souri when you speak to mo of obligation yon somind mo how deeply 1 am obliged to you When I was impris oned at Chattanooga charged with bo ing a spy tried convicted and about to bo hanged you camo and offocted my es capo Why child wero it not for you my bones would this minuto bo moldcr ing in the jnilyard at Chattanooga But Mrs Maynard sho Souri paused Sho was bending low over tho side of tho wellhousc her fiico in tho palms of her hands her elbows resting on tho board besido tho bucket and looking down as though seeking for Bomothiug in tho dark disk below Sho completed what you began the colonel finished for her It was moro for her to do Twasnt noth anything for ma You uns you was Union and so was I Sho was Con federate Thoro was a depth of fooling in Souri which throw her oil her guard and mado it difficult for her to adhero to her train ing In expressing herself Souri I am indobted to two lovely women for every broath I draw You opened my prison doors Sho who is my wifo concealed mo when I was hunted for my life Let us talk no moro about it The very montiou of tho narrowness of my escapo givos me a choking sensation about the neck Jakey camo trotting out of tho bain on Tom the rim of his felt hat flapping up and down at each step Tiio farmer followed uud Mrs Slack camo out with Jakeys bundle Then with a handshaking all around and n God bless you my littlo girl from Maynard to Souri tho two sturted on their way not on foot as on their for mer jouruoy but each with a good mount Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ round himself tho ranking regimental commander This gavo him tho com mand of tho brigade Ho onterod upon his duties with misgivings Ho know ho was well fitted for tho duties of n scout but doubted if ho could command tho respect of 8000 Bosides ho know thcro lurked men within him a spirit of antagonism to ho fearod im convoutional methods pulses that might wreck not only him solf but his brigado perhaps a wholo army Truo thero was often a kind of illegitimate nobility nbout theso impulses but it did not render thorn any tho less dangerous On hearing tho uows of his appoint ment to tho command of n brigado ho mounted his horso and dashed over to tho headquarters of thogenornltowhom ho owed noarly all his advancement with a viow to protesting On arriving thero ho stammored out roasons which had no cohcrenco and was disraissod by tho general with tho remark that ho was suffering from an attack of ill tim Yon ed modesty tho gunoral adding aro n bom soldier Colonel Maynard and if tho war lasts long enough to give you an opportunity you will renoh n hlghor command than that of a brigade On co on tho road ho and Jakey had passed beforo ou their journey together to Chattanooga Maynard took Infinite dolight in talking over thoir campaign ns ho called tho mission they had pursued Jakoy becamo moro puff ed up with prido at having been with tho colonel on that occasion than hav Â¬ ing ridden with him into Tullnhomn Others had been on his staff on tho latter occasion but ho Jako Slack alone had been his boon companion his confidential friend on his mission to Chat tauooga When Jakey considered this doublo honor ho folt that ho must cer tainly havo been born in uniform and deprived of it by somo malignant fairy soon nfter coming into tho world Tho Chattanooga road was by no means deserted Wagons under guard couriers staff officers followed by orderlies citizens negroes indeed all manner of peoplo nnd vehicles passing between tho different corps of tlo Army of tho Cumberland mot them or were passed by thorn on tho way Jakoy said thocolcffiol I remem ber every moment of tho timo when I camo nlong this road on my way back from Chattanooga I was traveling as tho dignitarloi say incoir Yer mean by thot vt thoyd a know ed what n portant person y war thoyd n showed thcr rcspec by hangin y Exnctly Thoy would havo put sov eral feot between mino and tho waving suinmor grass bolow You havo a forcible way of oxprcssiug yourself but considering that Im tho subject of your remarks my throat fools cloarer at my own moro dclicato drawing of tho pic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ was about to open Souri was up stairs administering to tho wants of tho younger Maynard to whom sho was do voted He dropped to sleep and leaving tho chamber on tiptoo sho descended to AA tho entered sho tho sitting room glanced out of tho window Good gracious If thero Isnt Miss Baggs I They saw through tho rain n horso nnd buggy making a rapid turn through tho gateway Whos Miss Bnggs askod Laura quickly I met hor when coming from tho 8ho got through the Union north lines by playing the part of a country girL I met her again ou this side and sho was a lady Shus coming up to tho veranda Bobby Leo camo up the driveway at such n rapid gait as to astonish the two women looking out of tho window Tho horso had scarcoly stoppod in front of tho houso whon Miss Baggs throwing down tho reins rushod up tho steps and knocked loudly at tho door Go and seo what sho want SourL Youvo met her before Souri went quickly to the door When sho opened it nnd Miss Baggs saV tho girl sho bad met between tuo lines for n moment her conntoiianco brightened Then suddenly her expres Â¬ sion ohaugod on remembering that Souri wan a Unjon girl Ive no time to explain anything Call somo ono quick to drivo my bug gy to tho bum and hido me Now Souri knew well enough that Miss Baggs was working in tho causo of tho Confederacy But sho saw n woman In trouble and this in her oyes obscured all else Sho ushered Mi68 Baggs into the room whero Laura eat This girl wishes to rest with us nwhilo Im going to tako her horso to tho barn Without waiting for a reply sho went out aud jumping into tho buggy drovo it around to tho bam Thero she direct- Â¬ ed Undo Daniel who ruled tho stables of the plantation to put both horse nnd buggy inside nnd shut the doors Hav- Â¬ ing seen this attended to she went back to tho house Meanwhile Miss Baggs stood faco to face with Laura Maynard This is a Confederate household I Â¬ Â¬ DUKES a rebel telegraph worker for thats what tho woman Is and lifting his God can uso a weak man but lie has hat ho rodo away Returning to tho parlor Laura found no ufo for a lnzy one Tho Bourl there just from tho barn A woman without jealousy Is like a closet door was opened and Miss Baggs ball without elasticity stoppod ont Iff ho gono Tho devil wont let a stingy man havo Yes any mercy on himself Taking Lauras hand MissBflggScov Mr Dave Starks has moved on Doctor crod Jt with kisses then turning to SouOivens farm near Glendcouo ri sho lire her arms ulwnt her neck Farmers are making uso of theso beau Â¬ Mrs Fnln camo into tho room nnd eoclng a stranger drew back tiful days in burning plant beds this lady Mamma Bald Laura Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian comes tb us much as Mark onco camo church Sunday evening at 2 oclock from the othor side She is chased for Mr Tom McGavock went to Louisville her life Monday with somo nlco beef cattle A Confederate asked Mrs Fain A Confederate heart and hand Tho boys last Monday night gave the body and soul exclaimed Miss Baggs two newly married couples an old time Ono sympathizing with our causo is charivari welcome hcre Unfortunately my fnni- Mr Bud Tindle wife and child were ily is broken by divers sympathies My husband is exiled on account of his tho guests of Mr and Mrs W T Burnett sympathies with the Fcderal cause My Saturday night and Sunday My son is fighting for tho Confederacy Ho variel is the climate of Mexico that daughter hern is tho wifo of n Fedoial all the products of the Polar and Tropi- Â¬ offlcor My own sympathies ore all with cal regions can bo raised thero the south Tho best way to clear a field of burrs If yop will And now said Laura como wills mo I will get you somo dry is to put it to meadow A very few iclothlng eeiSons in mpndow will destroy them I will but first let mo know to Rev A F Dadisman of Davisa county whom I urn indebted for nil this kind is announced to preach Sunday March iicss Tho fnmily uauio is 10th at the Presbyterian church at 11 Fnlu Miss Bnggs controlled nn ejaoulation o lock of surprise There were two total eclipses ol tho Tain sun in tho year 1712 and two in 1880 Fain This rant phenomenon will not happen And you are Laura Fain again till the year 2054 I nm mw Laura Maynard I was Mr Wm Wheatley had a considerable You seem to nt least havo hoard of mo I have heard of you I am a Vir Â¬ string of fence destroyed by Ore a few You onco visited iu Virginia ginian nights ago How the fire originated is I was then in Italy studying art not known but is supposed to havo gotÂ¬ And you nro ten out from tho fire built by hunters Thero was n brief silenoo before tho Just becauso wheat is cheap and corn guest replied Sho seomed deliberating Whether to mako hersolf known or not is a good price farmers should not rush sho said nt last and pell mell into corn culture this year Betsy Baggs it was evident that if sho had another thereby urlnging it down to a pries that namo sho would not reveal it wont pay for raising it Supper was announced after which Let the fanners become of ono mind Miss Baggs asked to be shown to a room whero sho could rest A servant was this year in regard to raising tobacco summoned who led her to the guest Reduce the quantity and improve the chamber aud sotting tho lamp on a ta quality and we will surely get a price ble loft her to herself for it that will greatly over reach an to ii b continued j over production The light from the sun reaches tho Chamberlains Cough Remedy gives earth in seven and one half minutes tho best satisfaction of any cough medi- Â¬ though the dlstanco is such that a can Â¬ cine I handle and as a seller leads all non ball fired from the sun and continu- Â¬ other preparations in this market I ing its velocity unabated would require recommend it because it is tho best more than seventeen years to reach the medicino I ever handled for coughscolds earth and croup A W Baldridge Millers The best way to test cabbage seed is villeIll For salo by A R Fisher to drop some on a hot stove If the seed Cloverporf Ky and Kincheloe Board bursts and pops like pop corn they llardinsburg Ky may be considered of good quality and those in the package w ill germinate and GROVELAND produce good plants Â¬ i Â¬ jsrxA -- Correctly vrcekljrhy PumphrcT A Laufer Pro Â¬ duce CoramUelon nerchnU iioSicond btbet Main end Market LoulevllleKr fl LOUISVILLE KY March t Uf6 Bhlprwri ihould mark all Jiackkgei plainly with ihlpperi nans and poit oEoe addreo Choice country Medlam Creamery BUTTER 11 12 KOOS V 8 20 a 2b Freh Michigan 20 BBAN8 Old or Common and coloredTrlme white Mixed Old No 1 duck ndlaua Narj band picked FKATUERS - 1 1 to 22 t 76 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 gooiei J 2 1 38 SO XO CO 25 OAMK Rabllti per dot Snulrreli per dit 11IDKS Green rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep iklne Hen per lb Ducks 74 71 4J 7 7 l 0 7tf V 20 40 POUITR Turleji allre ti 78 hi 4 - lurkrya dreaied DRIED AlPLKd AND PKACIIE to Applet choice bright quarteri 4J- - to Applet arerage 1 Applet old Peachet new Peaches old WOOL 7 to 7 M ru 10 t to 6 Tab washed fine Oreate coarse Merino Barry and Cots MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molaetts Oreato r 21 IS 18 13 3 1 10 S 12 12 8 2IJf 4 3 21 30 d 36 wbarfi We quote prioei to day on Louisville city OATS 32 38 13 00 IIAY ORAIN FEED No 2 oats s Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- - IIAY 10 4 SO 11 00 10 00 v SO 1210 11 00 CORN Choice white Choloe shelled Good to extra shipping 42Jf 40 CATTLE 4 24 4 00 3 50 a 3 75 3 85 -- 3 40 3 25 3 00 90 fa 6 00 81 4 90 6 75 60 75 5 00 Light shipping Best Batchers Medlam to good butohers HOGS Choice packing and batchers 4 4 Fair to good 6 Rough Shouts and pigs 100 lbs and under4 3 SHBEP Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring Fair to good 2 CO 2 75 2 25 2 60 4 50 2 60 4 75 4 00 Louisville St Louis Texas RfR Co Will Jones returned from Branden DID YOU KNOW TIME SCHEDULE Tutting Ufloct A ture Reckon said Jakey with proper solemnity remembering that tho topio was likely to wound tho colonols ftol ings On that occasion Jakey I did not meet oven n mulo without my heart jumping up into my throat A ropo harness must a sKccrrd y outen yer skin Especially when I noticed tho kuots in it But seriously Jakey that oxpcrl enco has filled mo with n peculiar dread Now suppose somo day a Confederate spy should fall into my bauds Reckon yord hov lots o fun hang in him Youro far out of tho way thero my littlo Solomon I fear it would bo abso lutely impossiblo for mo to do such a J duty if required of me Yer neednt tako him in tho first place It might bo my duty to do bo Tom he Y mought do liko Tom cant never seo mo when I want ter drivo Mm outen pastur Ho causee well nuff when I get a ear o com fo im though A good idea Jakoy With that sub tie sophistry of yours you could reason a Methodist minister into dancing a hornpipe but I fear its hardly sound enough to enablo ono so used to deceiv- Â¬ ing others as 1 was when a scout to do ceive himself I should do my best should I tako a spy to turn him over Sposln twar a woman Oh Lord Jakoy dont supposo any such thing Id havo to do my duty in that caio just tho samo as if she wero a man What kind of a looking go cart is that coming down tho road A horso was visible in tho distance its long nock stretohed out in front of its body coming toward them at a rapid gait Tho rattling of a buggy which it dragged romiuded tho colonel of tho baud of a uowly recruited regiment Within sat a woman in a striped dress Bunbonuot and glasses In short Jakey Slack nt onco recogulzed his old friend Betsy Baggs ho said ns Howdy Miss Baggs she drove by Miss Baggs was tho sphinx sho had been to Jakoy when ho met her near Sho levelod her spectacles Tullahoma at him but had no recognition w hat over for him askod May Â¬ Whos your friend nard us tho buggy rattled away Tbofs Miss Baggs said Jakoy And whos Miss Baggs Jakoy paused a long whilo beforo re Â¬ plying Thero was u problom in his mind suggested by tho mooting of Miss Baggs so soon after his conversation with tho colonel about capturing a woman spy for Jakoy had a suspicion that Miss Baggs was in some way a Coufedorato emissary I reck Waal he said at length on shes sweet on Rats Jakey Bald tho colono thero Is occasionally a lucidity about your ex- Â¬ planations a shining brightness which waken my eyes blink But on tho pres ent occasion 1 think there is dust iu them Would yon mind giving mo a pointer as to your tnoanlug By Rats do you mean rodents Whats rodents asked Jakey Meanwhile tho rattling of Miss Baggs boggy was dying away Iu tho dhtaiice Real rats are rodents Not tbtm uns Rats la a corporal In Major Bfirkex rrilfer compauv Â¬ TAKE A VliOP SWEETHEART woman flew through veranda A the open front u r with all tho impulse In n moment sho of n sniniwr sirrm and Colonel Mnj uard wero closoly locked iu eacli others arms Mark Laura Jakoy sat on old Tom viewing this collision very much ns ho would watch two tempest clouds meet in tho sky 10 Reckon them uns he got it bad remarked sotto voce and with a solem nity that was intended to bo reverenÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ boliove It is No you said tho fugitive Thank God you ore ono of ours No She turned pole What Federal Then for lumens snko tall mo what tial Colonel Mayuards brigado wont into camp on the river bank lomo five or six miles from tho plantation Tho colouol insisted on having Jakoy Slack with him permanently and sent him homo to CHAPTER VIII JAKEY KVTKKS THK AltMY Tho two wayfarers started in tho direction tho cavalry had taken but after going a short dUtauco Colonel May naid roinod in his liorte Stopabit Madgohosaid I want to consult my stall as to tho route Then to his at cmlnnt Jakoy I think I know n shorter route than this So do I Â¬ f Tho ono you and I took when wo went to Chattanooga before Tor bring back information added Jakey proudly Wolltako it again Its off tho main road and woU bo luxsliablo to bo mur dered for our boots Reckon said Jakey wrinkling his brow and drawing down tho coruors of his moutli with nn intensoly deliberative expression as though tho problem having been submitted to him it behoov ed him to consider it carefully They rodo back past tho houso and keeping on for about n milo turned into a byway This they followed till thoy roaohod tho Chattanooga road Colouol Maynard wih in the most ox uberant spirits Ho had turned over tho command of his brigado for a day or two to tho colonel next in rank to him coif and was on his way to join his young wifo from whom ho had parted a week after his marriage Tho two acted on his spirits liko champagne Ho laughed wlthouti having anything to laugh at ho bnterod Jakoy ho talked lovingly to his favorito horso Modgo In short Colouol Maynard appeared just what ho was la years littlo more than a boy His Mrvlcos as a scout had attracted the attention of tho ayny and had led tho geral for whom ho scouted to ad vance Mm He had stoppod from 1ho rank te a high position on the staff and mm after a cavalry regiment being ed of a lioutonant coloaol b4ly J the Jewel Mag inefficient and some janler ejileer being uesded to practical ly eewjaMMl Maynard was placed In tbe mwIMob When the colonel of the wu got rid of Mayaani wh Soori after ble oanuwana i aolouel attached to a brigade if herein be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ask his fathers permission Jakey at tho samo timo hearing an invitation to his sister to visit Mrs Maynard by n special request from tho colonel that it bo accepted Jakey suc ceeded iu obtaining tho desired permission and after much hesitation Souri Jukey entered the docidod to nccopt army ns a drummer boy but was not called upon to flourish the sticks Ho was at onco dotuiled for duty at brigado headquartt rs as olerk iu tho assistant adjutant generals department ns a convenient way of making him confidential factotum to tho colonel commanding Upon getting on tho blue aud brass of a Union soldier Jakoy was very proud of hhnsolf nnd whon placed iu closo confidential relationship with tho commander of n brigado ho nearly burst with the emotions generated by the dignity of his position Ho was of great use to tho colonel who at onco appoint ed him dispatch bearer between himself and Mrs Maynard Tho domestic near Â¬ ness of this office only rendered the boy more consequential He snubbed not only tho orderlies attached to tho head quartors of tho brigado but would occasionally approach disrespect toward tho officers of tho staff As this was largely their fault for thoy wero continually trying to amuso themselves nt Jnkeys oxpeuso they boro it good ua torodly Why dont you carry that noto like any other messenger said an aid to him one day in your bolt Coz I haint liko any other messen ger1 retorted Jakey Dy reckon a man what carries tho colonels privato corrosponden air a common orderly As thero was no gainsaying his argu Â¬ ment without a Booming dotrlmont of tho personal dignity of tho brigado commander Jakey hold tho field Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Confederate married to a Union officer Thero wero quick successive flatbos of hope and foar ou Miss Baggs face And you will not gfvo mo up Glvo you up What do you mean I am iu tho Confederate secret serv ice I havo just been rocognized by a Union soldier a cavalryman He was not mounted whilo I was in my buggy I hoard him cry halt I gavo my horso tho whip and beforo tho man could mount I was away nnd soon turned behind a wood Thero is a fork in the road I took tho loft road leading here no must have taken the other which loads nowhere Ho will discover his mistake turn baok and take tho right road This is the first house he will pass and he will surely como in to ask if you havo seen me Well You will not betray me Laura thought of tho coming of her husband ono night mouths ago flying as this voninn was flying for his life No rest easy on that score I will do nil i oan for you There was but littlo timo for action for thti words wero scarcely spoken be foro a cavalryman dashed past on tho road Ho was throwing mud and water behind him his boots heavy with moist Noticing tho house Tenuessoo clay as Miss Baggs predicted ho drew rein and entered the gateway Riding up to the verauda ho shouted Hello there Get in thoro quick said Laura pushing tho hunted woman iutonclosot Thon going out outo tho veranda sho sternly domauded of tho man what ho wanted Did you eco a woman go by hero just now in an old farm buggy No such person has passed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ are I am Suro CHAPTER IX of Colonel Maynard at the Fain planta- Â¬ tion Ho had returned to his headquar ters Laara was sitting at work on some part of the recruits uniform while the rala from n September storm beat pgalast the window panes Souri was with her and as Colonel Maynard was oxpeetlug orders to crow the river with his Vrlgade tho two had seeared Boa rls prawifo tqrututlu at the plantation closs of the oewgaiita waiua till Â¬ It was about a week after tho arrival CIIIIFU DISPATCHES Sure Aro you pooplo here Union or Con fedorato Both You must exeueo me maam but I think Ill look about for my solf a bit You will do no such thing Why not BocatiBo this houso is protected by a safeguard That dociit Include rebel euilsea rles I shall ftioko a search If you do you will regret It Why I shall rei art you to Colonel May nard commanding the th brigade You have tome influence with the said the soldier colonel I suppose puzzled I ebo14 aaw Ija fak wlJe1 in Th tiavtl yo8H tone Then aloud Well you are Colonel Mayuards wile Utat eade it I dont see how a Uaien oplo uals wife can give aid aa4 eowfeet te burg last Friday Miss Eva Richardson went to Ekron Tuesday afternoon Mr Nicli Tilford a book agent was in our vicinity last week Mr Ben Carrico and family were tho guests of Mrs J D Jones Sunday Andrew Carrico returned Irora a short stay with his sister at Muldraugh Thurs- Â¬ day Mr P P Archer and family were the guests of Mrs O D Richardson Inst Tuesday Mr Chris Hisel our prosperous mer- Â¬ chant has a new clerk in his store a 1031b girl Rev D F Slmcklett left for Louisville Thursday on business He will return after a short visit Miss Eulu Jones left Saturday for Milan where she will visit Misses Mattie and Mabel Slmcklett Miss Lou Shacklett called nn Mrs Mc II Richardson and little sou Sheridan Lindsay Saturday afternoon Mc II Richardson alter a vacation of two months returned to Louisville last Monday night to go into business Mrs J T Jones and daughter Miss Bottle of Ekron visited Mrs Gus Bruuer and Mrs J D Jones Saturday and Sun day Mrs Dan Robertson daughters and grand daughter Mrs Bettie Richardson Jennio Roberts and Virgle Richardson wero among the numerous visitors of Groveland last week Last Monday evening at 7 oclock Mr Lou Pack aged 10 was married to Miss Nora Givens aged 1 1 at tho home of the grooms father Mr John M Pack Rev J O Willett officiating Miss Leonard ol near Garni ttsvlllo died on last Monday of that dreaded disease consumption and was burlod at Garnottsvillo Tuesday morning This death was one w hicli had been expected lor some time yet w- - grieved ti give her up to that better world while w know her buffi ring is now ended and that she uow is enjoying the happinesa Yu extend to the be- Â¬ of Gods realm reaved father sisters and brothers our deepest sympathy And spring is really coming 7 What bright faces tho Grovelanders wear since tho days have been so warm and pleas Â¬ ant Still on the sides of qur little mountains which front our view we can see the drifted snow which has forgotten to melt or else has been hidden from the penetrating rays of the sun This together with the beautiful evergreens which appear now and then ou the mountain sides and in the valley forts a lovely as well as an instructive study for the artist It is truly enjoyed by all who bavo an eye for the sublime as well as the beautiful Some folks will think that Dr Bells Fine Tar Honey te so better Umh thu common cough reaaedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves that its the best oa earth For sale by Short A Hayaes Cloverpert Dr R II McMulllB MeDBlesM Meyer Co Buras J Geo Heyser ConeUatine A Taylor KoeetU Drary Beaaett A Co Bewtey vltle Ky W X Browa Irv iagtoa Ky Jaa P Hiehole GarielJ Ky A R Mofrie Big Spring Ky i That the 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themselves vry mucli i n Ida EdmoiMiu rturixd home hiiixlay uciinnpai led hy Mr and Mih It yvrh Muttingly whom she ban h vixltiiiu wvi ml iIhvh DEO 30 1894 West Uound Trains East Bound Trains DaTI7 Daily Daily TSaTTy ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun exSpn NoS Nol Mo 3 No t 10 10am Lv Irvlngton At 9 20am 1160 Oarfield 810 12 03pm Harned 760 Hardlntburg IZZi 730 1268 Kirk 700 110 Jolly 660 -- EFFECT 630 620 600 UOCKTlle 827 2 42 Iluth 618 261 Asklns 60S 301 Oaks 460 340pm ArPordSTilleLv 4 3tam 129 135 165 230 arKalltlloughlv Glendeane Demnster BEST Condensed Nes Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials I Everything TO uii Offera NwnMy hi hiib ik rii Journal Youn m Wives Math An4 CMM Weekly i Courier - LlUol o elRhtculuuin Dftmiicratlc News- HENRY WATTEB8UN Is ih Editor MOTHERS rrWlrR BUV Wi FRIEND I erW iTVTlrl IMtlCE 1QOh VEAK t fQ M HAM tflllgf lt 1 is M M wife uud only two bellies Site wm easily and quickly relieved now doing splendidly J S MORTON Haflw N C Th WEEKLY vr lihtral termsCOURIRRJOURKAL make04 to agents ample cHW the paper and Premium cmpplenMat Mat Ire to any aMrese Wrtte to COUHICRJBURNAL CBHIANY E THE BBECKENAID6E I lHlvHlf Ky NEWS AND THt aiHJf p Or rVie Ciwmn afiwfc PwUr i muwaw ma MM EaBEHKiJ ca Mm gs Will 91 7 WEEKLY COUWER HHJWWL U mat mi yernr to vmy addnw far Clovwpott Ky AddiThaBuMWMwoalfi 4 1 T CCVTT- - fn MMMMMM t - IA r mv HH BHHOKHidUiJLaK NHWB OlxQYRRPORT Klc by us after the great freeze or tho Ohld ICWiUM Hlghaat te- ft 6 fr- - LV- - I IV ISfc river in February 1805 Cnl Arohlo Johnson ono of tho most tlutn prominent auctioneers of tobacco iu tho Ilaynes F K Carter of Webster was visiting USdied at tho Norton Infirmary in Louisvillo last Tuesday His many horo Sunday friends hero will miss his bright and We hnvo ppeclacles to suit yon pleasant faco this spring as ho had said Short Haynrs Jas A McCoy I3ij Spring has been ho would bo down and takcanothcr big fish But God in Ills infinite granted a pension Tho Oliio liver was never in belter wisdom has seen proper to remove him Man proposes but from amongst us shape for but incss J II Wills took chargo of tho Clover God disposes port Hotel Sunday ROSETTA Miss Lydla Graham riturnid from Oivensboro Monday Alf Taylor wifo and baby spent Satur Â¬ Mrs 0 P Couch and children went to day and Sunday at Big Spring visiting MOST PERFECT MADE Sebree laBt week on a visit A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free Vic Ilngeman of Skillman was on relatives Mr A B Kasey continues in bad font Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant business in town last week The lato cold weather was pret- Â¬ 40 YEARS THfi STANDARD Mrs 0 D Temple leaves for Green- health ty hard on him ville Mississippi to morrow Notice to Subscribers Newt McGlothlan and Bato Hcrndon Tho Tell City passed down yesterday The date on the label Indicate the time to Irviugton wero noticed on our streets which your subscription li paid Thl acrvct and the Owensboro passed up both a a receipt n expiration notice every Next Sunday March 10 services will Thursday afternoon week Kxamlre the date printed after your name on the margin of thin paper and tee if it It bo at the Catholic church 10 a m Miss Molllo Board Custer will open a correct If not correct pleate to let u know If your time hat expired please renew at once D II Isomo has moved Irom Pleaks dressmaking and millinery department at Irvington in the near future 111 to East Cairo Ballard county Ky Miss Eflie Shumato and Miss Ada Breckenridge News Btylish hats are the nobbiest Our things on tho head your ever saw hul Board left MoUday to enter Hardlnsburg College conducted by R P Shacklett WEDNESDAY MARCH 0 1805 zers Henry Priest will remain at Clifton Prof Jno A Smart writes to ho o lis The com- Â¬ paper changed from Jasper to Beaumont Mills during the sAmmer LOCAL BREVITIES munity is highly pleased with his mill- Â¬ Texas David Johnson Bewleyville was a ing Eugeno Kingsbury went to Holt Mon- Â¬ Miss Argent Mercer has not decided passonger on tho train Mondny for Louday where sho will make her future home isville Drug store for sale Apply at Nkws The gas derrick at the Cloverport brick and will not until after her fathers bus- Â¬ ofllco plant was blown down during tho heavy iness is settled Focswcct mlxcil pickles go to tbo City wind Porter Kasey Owensboro is visiting Sunday night Bakery his grand parents Mr and Mrs A B Our Bowleyvlllo correspondent wants Early seed potatoes Northern stock to know what became of the prohibition Kasey Mr Kasey has been quite ill Sulzers over since ho came His aflliction is movement in this city neuralgia Turo sweet apple elder at the City We can fit your eyes with glasses that Mr Newson tho range stove agent Bakery give you ease and comfort Givo us a has returned homo to recuperate lost More fresh Southern vegetables to day trial Short Haynes health Another agent will be sent to Sulzers Henry Ballman of Duke spent Friday tako his placo until Mr Newson Is ablo 2 Miss Lizzio Skillmau went to Hardina with Felix Cartor and was highly enter- Â¬ to resume work burg Sunday tained by tho young folks Mr D G Harned and bride neo Miss Dr Newsom is confined to his room Frank Fraize has made a new house Euzadla Board start for Oklahoma Tues- Â¬ with erysipelas out of the old GofT dwelling He has day Wo wish them every success in Ernest Babbage went to Louisville given it a general overhauling life If Zoda makes as Bpiendid a wifo Monday on business tho Catholic church as pupil Mr Harned will have no fears The lecture at Hardware must go come and see its was well attended and a still larger at- Â¬ as to his household being run on principles money for you Sulzers tendance is expected this evening Jas Mercer wc understand is goiug to Rev Mr Quinn of Hardlnsburg was Mr F J Ferry goes to Dallas Texas Tho visiting S N Halt last week next Monday to spend two weeks visit- Â¬ run Curran Kaseys saw mill Priest saw mill runs every day and seelns to Sulzers now has a ing his son and Jooldng at the country A dollar taken Wo to be doing a rushing business wonderful purchasing power Light Brahma eggs for sale Felch are glad to see something in this place 100 for 15 Mrs Chas Lightfoot returned home strain rush Times never were so dull sinco Mits John Nevitt last Friday from Green river our residence here Irvington Ky Old uncle Jubel Board is very feeble Miss Young of Morgnnfield is visiting J M Brown of Harned has moved to this past wintor has been a hard one her sister Mrs Chas Skillmau Ho has rented Mrs Laura upon tho old man As wo Bhook hands Dr Solomon filled the pulpit at the Cecilia Moormans farm and will run it this with the old gentleman Wednesday wo Sunday morning Baptist church year thought of how surely tlmo left its print Boy suits that will fit the form suit Chas Tellmann and John Huber of upon us all and hastened us all to tho the purse and please you Sulzers Louisville spent Sunday with Father grave Wo have only a few old time Miss Addie Ditto arrived Saturday to NIelious Both gentlemen are connect- Â¬ citizens left among us now visit her sister Mrs J D Babbage The reception given to Mr Clarence ed with wholesales stores in that city Mrs Wick Moorman was bitten by a Peniek and his bride nee Miss Carrie Harry Mordue of the Texas has all dv last wtek inliictiug and ugly wound the K P boys in this town singing his Bandy was an enjoyable aflUIr indeed Judge W D Holt and daughter Miss praises and saying ho knows how to It was not only a wedding receptian but Rose have returned from Lakeland Fla run a railroad Harry made em a a birthday celobration the day of Feb- Â¬ ruary being tho bride grooms 2sth birth- Â¬ Squire Walker will hold his regular half rate lat Sunday day The bride was becomingly arrayed quarterly court here next Friday March coal mine is soon to be opened A new in an all wool and brocaded silk gown of 8 near Knottsville The Cincinnati Coal groom in Mr J E Martin a student of the Company has purchased the lands and this springs new stylo tho black Kentucky Medical College was visiting will open them up A branch road will Tho table was beautifully and taste- Â¬ hero last week bo built from tin Texas to tho coal fully ornamented with green house blos- Â¬ Keep your eye on our big advertls fields V soms donated by Mr and Mrs Harrison ment it is telling you of some fpecial Drop in and pay your subscribtion Robardsaud Mr and Mrs V Bennett bargains Suzer Dont wait for us to dun you or send and fairly groaned wit good things to eat times bill We feel tho iMre Morris Beard is spending the anybody else and hard probablyjust like The bridal party consisted of tho bride harder and groom Mr Sidney Johnson and it ia week with her sisters Misses Nannie on us than most people from tho fuct we Miss Mary McCoy Mr Georgo Bandy and Minnie Murray brother of the bride and Miss Mattie The Louisville Dailv Post and the liatrn mnrn in ilonl wiHi BnECKKNRiDaB News one year for f275 ps Jesse A Moorman camO in from Glen- - Johnston Mr Forest Haynes and Miss Efilo Shumate Mr Dent Head and Miss deane last week via the old time post paid to any address Bettie Taylor Mr Art Goodman and route on horseback Jesse says times Miss Ada Board Mr Tony McCoy and Dayld Duncan Walter Smart Fred Fraize Amel Nolte and J W Bates are getting so hard that farmets will Miss Fannie Peniek Tho following is a have to go back to their former ways of complete list of guests Mr and Mrs went to Louisville Sunday Hiram Carleton Mr and Mrs Jubel doing things to make both ends meet Board Mr and Mrs Ezra Basham Mr Mrs Nelson Jolly Jollys Station sold Mrs John 0 Haynes of Spottjville and Mrs D G Harned Mr and Mrs during the month of January GO pounds Harrison Roberts Mr and Mrs V Ben- Â¬ of butter and 13 dozen and 0 eggs Who committed suicide last Sunday by jump Â¬ nett Mr and Mrs Geo Johnson Mr ing into a pond Sho had Blights and Mrs Peyton Shumate JasShumate can beat this diseasoand becoming crazed from suf Â¬ Thomas Chandoin Ward Davis Werner Mrs II V Duncan who has been in fering left her bed at night inado her Macy Coral Board Oscar Shumate El- Â¬ Louisville for three weeks cacthing on way to the pond and jumped in She mer Pate Taylor triplott Misses Lida to the spring styles in millinery return- Â¬ Carleton and Annio Pate leaves a husband and four children ed home to day is in receipt of a Squire J E Keith HITES RUN Obituary notices and resolutions of from his brother Rev A A respect inserted at 5 cents a line Bar letter Keith Lakeland Fla in which he Mrs Leslie is very ill at this writing ties sending in theso notices will pleaso writes that he lost everything he had in Forest Hawkins is going to school at bear this in mind the way of fruit and vegetables and tbat Hardlnsburg A few more of tbo Peerless heaters his work for twelve years was swept Farmers are making preparation for Handiest little artiule you ever away in a night That tho whole state It It large tobacco crops saw to heat a curling iron or a cup of was ruined by tho freeze and things look There was a hop at Jack Mattinglys water 15 cents gets one Sulzers very bluo down there one night last week Hugh Ditto and his cousin Mrs Polk We heard that Joe Smart would soon of Owensboro passed up on the train STEPHENSPORT havo his timber made Monday for Long Branch to visit his Noble John Miller of Hardicsburg We wore rushed with drummers horo was down one day last week parents Mr and Mrs John K Ditto H R Smith living nesr Garrett lost tho first part of last week John Hawkins a very old man of this Misa Nelllo Simons has been tho guest place died at his home last Sunday seventeen lambs one night during the cold snap and his neighbor Geo Neafus of Miss Georgia Hawkins for soveral W S Severs the whiskey man went lojt eighteen Mr Smith is feeding 140 days to Owensboro ono day last week on busi- Â¬ head of hogs Mr jG Wash Holt and daughter Misa ness Quite a number of K Ps from this Rosa returned from Lakeland Fla last Wonder what kind of debate that is city attended the funeral of Col Archie Woenesday ulght that they aro having over at New He Johnson at Louisville last Sunday Our entorprislng merchant Mr Jas Bethel was one of the leading Knights of Lou II Payne Is agent at this place for tho Charley Miller of Hardlnsburg pass Â¬ isville and a popular man generally knoted Rugby bicycle Price only 0500 ed through here last week emoute to The funeral wad one of the largest ever PMrs Frank O Fcrrv of Henderson Cloveiport held in that city Leo Danforth passed through horo Ky was here on a visit to hor parents A tenant house on Chris McGhees Friday with about twenty head of horses Mr and Mrs E II Miller for toveral hill farm near Long Branch burned for Hardlnsburg days last week Monday morning about 4 oclock It Firo broke out at tho farm of L I Mrs Addie Driskell returned Wednes Â¬ was occupied by a Mr Wood wlto lost Waggoners and destroyed two cords of His wife with day from Harned Station on the L II everything ho had firo wood for Jeffries a three weeks old baby was thrown out W branch where she has been visiting Jeff Miller wife and three children her husbands parents in the cold with scarcely anjfeietHiBg spent several days last week with his Mr Lee Eosley of Chenault Ky pf brother Lewis at Balltowu The resignation of JtyvjsfJNtfher Nie the firm of Bosley Fleming is trav Â¬ liaus from the rMiog m St Rose The Hites Ruu watering trough needs goods ehurch la thin city MI1 be regretted by eling salesman for a large dry repairing Who will be tho one to hie many friend both Cat hoik ami house in the East Much success to you attead to the repairs It i a valuable Protestant thing to the public St Rose the Wailful Mr Bosley The past week the farmers have been house ol worship just completed fe due Mr Saw DeJernette and wife write largely to hU energy and work and no pitting is good time burning phwit bed back froea Dalten Mo to J P Seatoit for another sad wife of this place that they are well mart has lieen mora faithful or self and waking preparation sacrificing for the boot interests of the large crop of tobaceo to give away to the pleased with Dalton MlesLwcy Fry I re of near HardlM eh arch and oongrfgaMon than baa Father BMttHsitusturee of course Ntiuaus Ilia place will be hard to 111 Time woe a da see gives at the real burg is tryiM to get up a waaww and be will be inlaw d In the oouuhhhUy deuee of Wesley Merritt loot Tuesday seheo at this pteee We hooe ye will The Nws esfKHsially regrets to see him night and they daneed from early oandle BBoeeed Im your uBdertakiBg Mies Lucy leave JWy M M Carroll of Danville light anvil IS oetoek They say the Me people way not yet realise tbat Ky boa been appointed m bis smoassor young atiddje aged and old folks al we have whiskey Here We have ad it and will arriyejo day daneed awl hod deligUul Usee ia so much more the worse for the pee been rbe ruin el Friday afternoon the MewphU Pocket pie Whiskey b The Jowpouys steamer Oitnolton paated many a mau and the eauee of tnucfa ahmrmt jm buklmf mvthr by ua on the way to OieeiiuiaU In suffering among wouisu and children U you west the Nswe reuteiube I sjs m mum m srmt Im to ewae pleas revolted the iecam- ffaMMlfmi Js E BJoir Mat for tfeis pit Urn mi tha On ta nfa m rionersVrId Ftlr OR-- Rciui airs MJlidrs id Jimmy Wlioeler Is Ijulto sick wo have bvvLfyvIlLe Mary Keath spent a cotiplo of days J GLENDEANE r - 1 Hpectacles Short A Wis CREAM visiting iu tho country Tho young folks held a mutual ben efit meeting Tuesday evening In the Methodist Church Miss Ada Drury was nt homo Satur day and Sunday Chas Drury has been ill for several days Â¬ Â¬ BAKING mmm Â¬ Â¬ Brother CundiiT filled his pulpit in tho Methodist Church Saturday and Sunday at 11 oclock For soveral years Rosetta has shared our preaching ap- Â¬ pointment with us and now wo nro to havo Irvington too This is all right and we hope brother CundiiT will do much good at both places We have this to say howover that Bewleyville will loose much good that sho ought to have by way of pastoral work Somo lime ago we noticed in the News that Cloverport district was olng to vote on local option and that it was thought whisky could bo voted out Wc have seen nothing of it lately and fear that tho zeal of the temperance peo Â¬ Now Bowleyvlllo dis- Â¬ ple has abated trict wants to vote on this question also Union Star and others Let us hear from prohibitionist all over tho county Let some one call a mass meeting and let ways and means be provided for taking a vote on the question Surely the peoplo aro tired of tho woo and want to say nothiog of tho sin and degrada- Â¬ tion caused by the sale of whisky That blood chilling item from Uptou in tho lust issue of tho News ought to arouse our wholo being against the whisky devil Will brother Shelly or somo ono else tell us what b camo of tho Clover-Â¬ port movement and start tho ball roll- Â¬ ing again Wo want no politics in this but want all men of all parties who love their country and fellowmen to couto up and say wo will no longer tolerato this tho greatest curse of our land Tho Epworth League held another Literary meeting Saturday night March 2nd It was pronounced good and I send youthe progrum for publication Opening Song Standing on the promise Tom Cain Recitation 90th Iaatm Mary Illanford Historical bookt of the bible Recitation Healing of Jnlrut daughter Overton Illanford League Chant The Lord ia my Shepherd Annie Johnson Poetical bookt of the nible Ilecltatlon 19th lsalm Ioru Haidtway Recitation II and ia ICccleslastct Arthur Walker League Song In the daya of thy youth Miss Lucy Clarkson The letters of the Ulblc DnvKI Ilecltatlon The Resurrection Song When the curtalnt are lifted Irophetlcal bookt of the Ilib Recitation St Johns vision of League t Hardaway MrsSallIe Cain Roy Calo IIcacn Song What mutt it be to be there Congregation OOLDKN ROD GUSTON Geo McNally is sick of la grippe S DowelHs visiting inLouisville Miss Helen Pollock is visiting in Bran- Â¬ denburg R J Patterson is in Brandenburg on business Miss Rena Smith of Stony Point was in town Wednesday E R Protheroe of Irvington was in town Sunday evening Geo Lyddan was tho guest of Miss Clara Adkisson Sunday Four children of Mr and Mrs Stanley Smith aro sick of la grippe Mrs Arrlo Anderson of Haysvillo neighborhood was in town Thursday Mrs J R Baskett who has been ill for quite a while is able to bo out again Mrs Rhoda Anderson of Haysville was tho guest of Miss Rose Z Morris Saturday Mrs Louiao Kofi who has been very sicks of la grippe for several days is im- Â¬ proving slowly Misses Maud Gertrude and Blanche Osborno who have been suffering with la grippe aro convalescent Miss Eliza Yewell of Owensboro who has been visitiug Miss Eva Corriganleft for Lolsvlllo Monday morning Miss Lula Lewiri accompanied by her cousin Miss Eva Carrigan returned to her homo in Brandenburg Monday Mrs Geo 11 Auderson was the re Â¬ cipient of a new piano of very flno work- Â¬ manship lost week It was a gift from her husband to replace tho ono lost when It is a beauty in their house burned appsarance and has a rich mollow tone Such gifts aro indeed woith having Fanners were plowing last week woon tlio balmy air of Didnt February close delightfully suushino and gladness Gilbert Pile Custer was here a few will bo blowing over tho days ago land warmlnc up tho earth Tho blue bird ami Tho brldgn carpenters have been hero thotobinnnd tho rest of several days the featliercd trlbo will Raymond Meador of Custer Is the be making tho woods latest addition to the school ring with their songs of Billy Mattingly has moved Into tho gladness All naturo will house lately occupied by Milt Mathcny come forth clad in its MlssJennlo Davidson Falls of Rough new Spring garb spent Saturday with Mrs D 0 Moor- Â¬ Your Overcoat and man Wrap w ill how havo to bo Robt Weathcrford of Harned was laid aside They no long- hero several days last week invoicing er cover up your old clothes Youll need some Spring wear Lets look staves through the different departments and seo what wo have Mrs Amanda Moorman has bet 11 sick Hcrolsalotforsmallboys I of pneumonia for several days She is and BlSt4 blues blacks browns well W n fow light colors They aro mado good and strong and will wear convalescent Wo havo a nico line Bring the small boys in we can suit them at a Rumor sajs A marriage soon and in small outlay Ask Jeff the heart of ilendeane too Owen who It is youll need now ones and we have just what you want Hero is a suit Master Mac Peyton Fulls of Rough worth 12 you get it now for S Clothing never was so cheap as now spent Sunday with his cousins Master Wo had and awful stock on hand and the spring lot makes us moro Robt and Elliott Moorman crowded They must go the figures on them tell the story James Dunn a carpenter who has tho tho C Blockedinincrown nowest Spring Styles of Just brim right been residing lit re for the last year has that tho ITlrt I V height and that peculiar cut is now all the craze wo have them in nil sizes and colors They are returned to Grayson county quick sellers and you had better select one thin week Milt Mathcny has moved into the Shoes Bceins to bo tho craze but wo are selling them property recently vacated by carpenter at 250 Tho Spring Shoe must bo a perfect fit and Dunn Milt says he lias the handsomest look well When you try ono pair of our easy fitting and lont wearing homo in town shoes you cant help wanting them Now is tho timo for slim pocket books whos possessors have a desire to spruce up Jack Howard went to Irvington Satur Â¬ day Jack has had a serious spell with ffiJf0 that crippled leg and wo nro glad to see Liko tho rays of sunshine bursting through tho clouds after a day him out though on crutches storm Like beauties 01 naturo bursting through the ice bound winter come tlio new weaves and pretty designs in Dress Goods They aro Mr George Curtis of Edwards county com m tome are here keep your eye on us III has been horo several weeks with Wo havo a lot of single Bedsteads iu good RSI bis son our depot agent lie will re I Wo closed out a hotel and condition more beforo returning main a month or f lipfln nrft Rnnin tlinr wnro luff nvrr Tlinv snlil nt SUfiO tnko vnnr rhnirn A for 150 A lot of single mattresses worth 350 your choice 225 A typographical error last week gave set of chalra worth 750 this week 108 tho Goshen Library 1500 volumes This Early Northern Stock Early Rose Beauty of Hebron looks well but 150 is tho number intendw C C w and other stock Seed Oats Grass Seed of nil kinds ed Say dont you need a ladder they aro light and easy to handle 3 0 Judge Mercer camo down on Satur12 10 20 and 40 foot ones at a bargain Come to us we have every days train and divided his time till thing that vanity may desire everything that tho appetite may crave Monday between tho Falls and us Ho was all diked out liko a young man in J C NOLTE Assignee a snrine suit of latest stvle Wado Pile played truant from his classes at Hardinsburg College Monday evening and camo down to see his old school mates You ought to seo how long ho can linger and yet catch tho train IROFItlETORS Since that marrying spell a few days since when a widower a widow a grass widower and n grass widow nil found mates thoro has been a hopeful look EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use and manner about two or threo of our old bacholors Their times a coming mo 10 n20 main OTTTP27TT T IT TTV we hope One of Glendeanes youngest widowers Gabo Smith has lately secured a better The Rett Shoes tor tbo Least Jloner May unclouded SS half a Mrs Bowman sunshine ever light the path of tho happy couple Also on the samo day of last FIT FOR week the name Rankin rut elved an adA KING dition in tho person of a former Mrs Oter One Million reople wear tbo W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos in ST Oldham Mr Warren Rankin is tho sM KB WiF All our tihoco aro equnllr tUfnctorr fortunate man He also has responded They kIto the belt tbIuo or tbe money They eaual custom shoes In ttTla and nt w H rr wt l weariuK qualities ro uoturpassoa to the marriago ceremony ouco before iii - mz K K aMl WHH 1 neir The prices aro uniform stamped on tote so ikj tarea oyer oiDer raaics Llttlo Emma D Moorman now a pupil four dealer cannot supply you we can in our primary department has received CordoynnFrench her prize doll from Sulzers It will be a WW aiavwaa III Police Shoes remembered it was given her for writing 3 soles S3 BO and S52 WorUnemens the best essay on Why I Trade at Sultt a o sort school snoei Shes just a wco mito of a girl zers UdlesS3SZ5032ud175 r jour dealer cannot tnpp and she wrote tho essay herself Her you vrrlto for catalogue HIS 1SIUE advancement reflects credit on parents 3sfW iPO - Vim W L Douglas w Wv WW UTHlsTVL LLsstrfaVV and former teachers or rather former m1 w Brockton Slaia nt i rrmiiv teacher as hor school days havo fortu nately been spent with only one in- Â¬ structor a compotent ono SOME SPRING TIME REMINDERS 1 PnVC DUTO rklIW il OTUIsMOt MENS CLOTHING SftKn UA QMhCQ 9riWG SPRING DRESS GOODS IDftllTl IDC rUHLlVl ViriC Â¬ Â¬ CETCfC J Â¬ ra Bffi8BaB83B8 Ackermann Brewing t st SULZERS K Senn Co MAIN STRRRTBRRWERY jm W Â¬ 0 L DOUGLAS QUsftET 7 1 1 1 S5S4360 V m Â¬ S250 1 Â¬ m BFnsaBSstoJL MW TmmikiMmtixzvc L SULZER S Tho Roll of Honor for the first month of spring term is as follows Robt Moorman 097 Hallio Moor- Â¬ man 09 2 j Henry Moorman Jr 09 Eddio L Moorman 09 Nellie Moorman 088 Ada Maxwell 08 7 Bessie Moor Â¬ 080 Barnio DeJernette man 087 Monnie Hunter 086 Daisy Willis OStj Elliott Moorman 00 Glen Moorman Water Moor 05 7 Joo Dick Owen 0 Otter Owon 02J John mari 031 Fisher 02 2 Jesse Rhodes 011 j Nolle Ashley 00 2 Owen Hunter 89 7 Jessie Maxwell 89 Henry Moorman Sr 88 0 Jimmlo Maxwell 88 Llllle Willis 80 2 Theso averages aro made from actually kept dally records of attendance behav- Â¬ ior and recitations Statements made in former reports are applicable here Again it is that eicknees absence etc kept somo off tho list while others who are last were almost perftct when at thoir classes 1 15 SCHOOL NOTES rHotel Cloverport Ky C M McGLOTHLAN Union Star Ky For Sale A first class hotel situated on First Btroct between High and River in this city AN AWFUL APPETITE Dr Olardy Consumed Two Barrels of Flour a Day at Salesmen Wanted Good wages to sell our nursery stock We will havo for Apply for terms Spring and fall 1S95 an immonso stock of apple pear peach plum Apricot Also email fruits cherry grapo etc shade and ornamental troes roses etc We make a specialty of wholesaling to We will sell ti large planters direct responsible parties aqd take note payable in six twelve and eighteen months Write us for wholesale prices Address Washington Dr Johu D Clardy gives an incident of his recent visit to Washington says It is convenient to depot and landing Has WHl twenty six rooms all in good repair sell cheap for cash or on easy payments Also a Rivor Bottom Farm situated in Holts Bottom It contains 150 acres of good river bottom land It produces well and is under good fence Improvements a good barn no dwolling two good cisterns and three novor failing springs a doublo corncrib I want to sell this farm and will give the buyer a good bargain Terms cash or easy payments If you want a good farm call and seo mo or writo Southern Nursery Co Iditers and Lawyers A An fxchauge is moved lo remark lawyer Iu a court room may call a man a liar scoundrel lllain or thief and no ono eaako a complaint when court ad Â¬ journs Ua newspaper prists such a ro IKctlon ob any mans character there is libel suit or a tkad editor This is prob ably owIbss to the fact that people believe what editors say what the lawyers say cut no figure Â¬ nit Winchester Tcnn Worlds Fklr TU The Iritem Divided ob Silver The silver queetioa may to a slight extent at least be an issue la the BriU lelt parliamentary electioss whlek ore expeoted to take ptaee this year The majority of the Tories favor a restoration of the white metal and a majority of the Liberals are against it Globe DemoÂ¬ crat mifr r Hyii 1ms Chlldi o Ory for - j t - PltotW OMterifr the Hopkinsvillo Kentucklan The doctor it will be remembered went to the capitol to take a look at con Â¬ gress and learn the ropes of hgislatlon by the timo his time of active service bo gins as a member of the house He FOR SALE OR TRADE stopped at the Riggs house and for about Will Sevcrol Mulct and ono Draught Ilnrte trario a week fouud much to occupy his atten- Â¬ tell cheap for cash or on time or will conditionfor lings Thin stock is in Kooil le tion but at thq end of that time announ- Â¬ catTor or tuithtr information call on or uddrcta ced his intention of starting home tho IIVSIlOA Irvington Ky next day Congressman Ellis was present and be 1011 RENT gan to insist that the doctor remain longÂ¬ A good furni midway between Hawetillc er Will furnish ever thing or will and ClovcriKiit Address I cant do it said the latter I am take iait nl the crop JliPIRIISON RICIIKV eating my head off as we farmers say Cloveiport Ky Would you believelt gentleman I am eating halt an aero of my best wheat every day I spend at this hotel The last time I was here wo had a silver standard as well as sold and ray wheat was a dollar a bushel and five bushels Now under the ald my hotel bill HARDINSBURG KY single gold standard my wheat is down Will practice Ir all tU Cetrta Im the to fifty eeats awl I eat up ten bushels every day Why just think of it 1 am Comity and sunc uttdiHS District eating two barrels of flour every tweaty four hoars WANT1D When the doctor left Washington Â¬ Capt Ellis was using the story as an ob a good jounf horse or ware uotuvar J or 6 years ject lesson In trying to make the gold old or will mII for cash iiiply tq DICK ADD ON nag atembere sm tbo error of their ways aUss mj Mrs Mary J Miller CLOVERPORT KY Cheap Gash Store Low Prices Correct Weight AND Full Measure IS OUR MOTTO We sell 30 lbs ofX O Sugar or ONE We also have ia stock Nine dollar oclock Washing Tea saves sea and la her It teats a washing machine try it Try our Jellies Kotled Oats and Caned Good We keep the best Kk Cotfee Price oar Pry Uoctta Notteos Shirts PAHts Hats Hardware Tinware Its Examine our BOOTS and KHONi We Ao our best to please our customers and we woost Try ua and you will like ua R N Miller ATTORNEYatLAW ivuia iiutj -- cw a stone WTt WHF - 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S THEl BRmQKENmDQK MTtfS OIaOYBlRPOBLT KY Govt Report land SIROCCO Rev Duvrtl will preach Royal KK ABSOLUTELY PXJBE News 0 1805 at New High Â¬ J S Hutchinson has cold Ids farm to Emnutt Miller II D Bcrryman is txpicted home Saturday from Rock Hnvcn II G Morgiu spent Sunday with II II Board and wife of Oak Grove Rev B F Hsgan preached at Oak Grovo school house the night of tho 23rd ult Two of D It Haynes children of Cold Spring aro quite sick with pneumonia Mr S W Berryman and family spent Sunday with ills brand new son in law A L Neafus Mrs George Fousheeof Ekron neighborhood visited her mother Mrs Elizi beth Morgan Saturday and Sunday II C Woodson Brandenburg was in the neighborhood last week looking after his possession the Buford farm Georgo Biwliy and II F Current visited lie Mies s Conway of Fruit Ridge Sunday Mrs N C Hajnes is gradually regain Â¬ Her grand dauht r ing her health Mabel Coleman of Sulphur Well is vis- Â¬ iting her Rev Robertson colored of tho A M E Church Brandenburg nnd Rev Parker addressed an audience on Pros Â¬ pect Hill the 21th ult Mr Cartir representing Warren Doll Co Louisville called on our merchant the 27th ult and moved on in the direction of Payncsvlllo Etta and Forest had their usual company Sunday afternoon girls I thought you more stylish than to entertain old last years beaux Died of pneumonia the 21st ult near Cold Spring Pike Stiles Ho leaves a wife and six children next to the oldest of whom isafilicted witli the samo mal- Â¬ ady and whose recovt ry is doubtful It is rer orted to mo at this writing that Squire D R Haynes of Cold Spring alter improving for sovcral days is now suffering a relapse He was stricken down with pneumonia over a week ago His children two of which aro afflicted with the same disease aro recovering Dr J M OBryan passed on his way to Louisville Tuesday Tho doctor is n jovial gentleman and wo are always glad to have him stop and chat awhile on his trips to and fro lie has been solicited to mako the race for representative Wo be- Â¬ when the field opons again speak for him n good race The warm sunshiny days aro rousing tho drooping spirits of tho farmers The ax is laid to the tree and the mall to the rail cut Tobacco beds are being burn- Â¬ ed the ploughshare is turning over the sod The patraek of the quinea fowl the chirp of the blue bird the buzz of the honey beo all poiteuds an early opening of life hud that has not been frozen to death I It L Hicks forecasts to the country I am indebted to a lady friend for tho loan of two interesting novels Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte and A Fuco Illumed by E P Roo I am deep Into the mysteries of tho latter What an episode at the Lake House Fhe two principal feminine characters Miss Mayhow and Miss Burton remind mo of Tempest and Sunshine Roo picin Mrs Holmes famous work tures human nature in brilliant lights and dark shadows is voluble instructive yet carries ono from ono extreme of sad Gives ono the ness to that of mirth blues and then makes him laugh them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge WEDNESDAY AlAltCU FOR FREE COINAGE Men in They do what they can Tho free con ago Democrats are watching tho actions and conferences of the Republicans for they fear the Republicans may undermine them on tho Ml vor question They accuse the President with preventing them from making a reasonable compro Â¬ mise on the question a compromise by Â¬ Â¬ Silver tho Democratic Party to Organize f A FIGHT FOR SUPREMACY Will Try to Capturo Party Will Machi- Â¬ which tho party could be held together Indefinitely and that would meet with the approval of tho majority of tiio peo Â¬ ple of the country Tho freo coinage men like Mr Bland believe they have gonoasfaras they can in quiet protest against the policv of Mr Cleveland and now they are going to como out in open defiant and perhaps vindiclivn oppo sition Â¬ Â¬ nery and Failing Withdraw Marvelous Results From a letter written by Rev dcrman of Dimondale Mich J Gun wo are Congressman Bland of Missouri Says it is Time Free Silver Men Made a Good Stand St Louis Hcpubllc Washington D C Feb 24 It 1ms been known for somo time Hint a move- Â¬ ment was on foot for a thorough organi- Â¬ zation of tho free coinage element of the Democratic party As has been known tho free coinage element is confined al Â¬ most conclusively to tho South and Action of the Hardinsburg Baron the West Tho free coinage Democrats arc Death of Judgo Murray sincere in tho belief that an overwhelm- Â¬ Wiiebas Whether as citiz n lawyer Democratic party aro ing majority of the in favor of freo coinage and that wing or judge we have ahvajs regarded our being the largest ought to control that deceased friend John Allen Murray as a it should bo tho dog so to speak and leader in this community and at tho bar the gold standard element the tail Of As citizen he was always faithful to the course in the natural order of tilings country as lawyer ho was learned eloquent strong nnd true presenting his the dog should wag the tail Conspiclous freo coinage Democrats clients cause with forco and earnestness have been talking very seriously of lato as Judge clear in his conception of lnw of formally breaking with tho gold ele and fact profound in his kuowhdge of ment of the party The interview sent the law bearing on the issue being tried out by the press associations Thursday firm in ills convictions and merciful and with Messrs Bland Livingston and just in his judgment As husband and father he was kind others was the first public declaration and aficctionate Wherefore it is of these gentlemen of their intentions Jliwhtd That in the death of Judge The Republic correspondent conversed with Mr Bland Friday and inquired as Murray wo are all bereaved his family to tho authenticity of tho interview this bar the Presbyterian church to The Missouri statesman admitted its cor- Â¬ which lie was attached through man Â¬ rectness and said he believed what lie hood and tho community which honored ami loved him In his death the bench was quoted as saying The time has come said Mr Bland of the State has lost one who honored when the freo coinago Democrat mutt and dignified it At 11 a m Monday Jauuary 21 18o tako a bold stand and prepare for active lighting We have been humbugged surrounded by family and friends peace- Â¬ and cajoled too long Year after year fully passed from this life the distin- Â¬ we hesitated to forco the issuo out of guished citizen and eminent lawyer At the last term of this Court ho was at consideration for our friends in the South his place in the Court room attending who were afraid of forco bills negro do nomination carpet bag or bayonet rule his engagement with unabated skill and power lie literally fell with the har Â¬ if tho Democratic party divided Now thero is no longer danger of the South ness on heroically defying disease that being interfeird with The Southern had attacked him In his professional people aro able to take care of themsel Â¬ career he at all times manifested those ves Thero is no danger of forco bills Bolid and exalted virtues that assure Tho solidity of tho South seems to bo success to tho profession and honor to breaking of its own accord I say to you his calling Endowed by nature with a candidly that I will never again support keen perception and logical mind which a gold bug for President I care not long experience had polished and pro- Â¬ how tho gold men construct the plat-Â¬ found study had stored For more than form how they may mako phrases jin- Â¬ a quarter of a century in tho forefront gle and build up sentences to deceive of legal conflict ho has ever been a Tho man nominated for President must word and shield for his clients the ex- Â¬ represent in himself tho ideas of the free ponent of exalted lawyorship an 1 with coinage men This might as well be un- Â¬ all the pink of knightly courtesy As Judge on tho bench ho brought to derstood now as later on If our Eas Â¬ tern gold friends want to break away tho discliargo of his liiuh nnd responsifrom us let them do so If they out- Â¬ ble duties extensive attainments befit- Â¬ number us in tho convention I will ting dignity absoluto impartiality tho favor withdrawing and organizing among capacity for dispatching business nnd ourselves and nominating a man who the coricct solution and determination As n philosophic represents our ideas We can no longer of legal problems submit to the intolerable control of gold thinker his mind was ever open to re- Â¬ gamblers nor will wo support anybody ception of truth from any and every for President who would bo likely to de- Â¬ quarter and in dealing with all questions ceive us and violato the demands and social scientific or political ho gave wishes of the overwhelming majority of them candid patient and earnest con- Â¬ tho party in order to pleaso and satisfy a sideration and whilst respectful to the opinions of others thought for hftnsolf limited few Mr Bland was quite emphatic when and come to his own conclusions which ho said this There is no doubt ho is in were always logical reasonable nnd earnest Ho is not in the habit of mak Â¬ forcible As a citizen he shirked no duty or ing empty threats and he is too exper- Â¬ ienced a politician to assumo such an responsibility lie nlways took a live undertaking without amplo assurances interest in that which uflcctcd the welfare of his people Ho was a frioud of of boing well sustained Somo timo ago it reached tho ears of theirs and the country As a man ho was of strong will indusTho Republic correspondent that soon after Congress adjourns thero is to be a trious magnanimous and true faithful conference of freo coinage Democrats and confiding with his friends unswerv- Â¬ ing in his attachments fixed in his Messrs from the South and West Bryan Bland Livingston and Do Ar principles a pleasing companion and mond and others admit that such a con- Â¬ devoted anduflectionate to tlioso hound ference is in contemplation but they to him by natural ties Dignified and decorous in manner are not as yet ready to reveal any of tho details Tiie recent negotiations of bonds gracious iu address nnd at all times and secretly with tho Morgan Rothschilds in all companies by his bearing and np- syndlcato has angered tho free coinago pea ran co showing it men almost beyond endurance Even That we tonderto his mourning family tho moderate freo coinage men many of our heartfelt sympathies and claim tho whom voted to repeal the purchasing right of grief to mingle our Uars with clause of tho Sherman act have now theirs W K Iarns parted company with the administration Com J A Dean It is their plan to organize tho freo coin- Â¬ Morris Eskiidg J age clement within tho party and to try to capture control of tho party machin- Â¬ Good Old Granny Melcalf80 years old ery and of the next national convention living at 018 Monroe street Paducah They claim that by proper organisation Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey tho freo coinago men of tho South and is the best grip cure cough lung and Westcan easily bo in tho majority in bronchial remedy that has been offered the next national convention and that to the peoplo during her life Guaran- Â¬ Instead of bolting themselves if thero is teed and sold by Short A Hay ties Clover any bolting to bo done they can compel port DrRHMcMulllnMcDauiels M the gold men to walk out of tho conven- Â¬ Meyer Co Bums Goo Heyser Con tion etantLie j A Taylor Rosettaj Drury Ben- Â¬ There is no denying the fact that tho nett Co Bowley vllle W E Brown situation at the timo looksserious Less Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Gar- Â¬ than half a dozen Senators are support field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky ing tho administration and advocates of A Decided Cariosity the Presidents financial policy In the The other day we came across a man House do not exceed perhaps 25 In the meantime tho Republican lead who was a decided curiosity lie met us wj ara trying to get together on som on the etrett and poked out a dollar for ewnpromlie on the coinage question The Record without being dunned jwoplf Montezuma Record Tkt Republicans are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ permitted to make this extract I have no hesitation in recommending Dr Kings New Discovery as tho results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rives Junction bIic was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe Terrible paroxysmsofcoughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them A friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery it wa quick in iU work Trial and highly satisfactory in results bottles freo at A R Fishers drug store Regular size 50c and SI 00 the Mtssenger terms a vory low trick Hal What gnat fleets from little causes spring In regard to tho Mi sscrgers editorial I dont take any of it to myself and have nojhing to say further than I dont happen to bo a postmaster and I dont believe Hint the Messenger extend- Â¬ ed that castigating remark for our genlat friend and postmaster Charles A Mor- Â¬ gan who is a friend to botli Messenger Said postmaster was born and News and raised in a mile thereabout of Sirocco and Is too well known in Brandenburg for such u just n flection to bo cast on him He is a sober quiet and unassum- Â¬ ing gentleman We naturally suppose that tho editor of the Hardinsburg leader has been im Â¬ bibing too freely from the flowing bowl else ho is chagrined to think that his contemporary TiiEHiiECKENrtimiB Nkws is making such inroads through our couny while the Leader isaiot in it a littloblt See The uncoutli manner in which lin bounces tho faithful workers oi tho News in this county plainly shows that something has gone wrong in his cranium if Indeed it ever did boast No rational editor with nn iqulpolec as little proof to back him would ven- Â¬ ture such bold assertions against corres- Â¬ pondents that had never sought to harm him and his scurrilous sheet Ho lakes this and that for granted without any- Â¬ thing to bear him out simply because he is blinded by prejudice DofT your own hat let tho Noith breeies play around your sophisticated brain roll over in the cooling snows from virgin Caucasus and then batlio your blight Â¬ ed heart nnd change your socks in Lethes fabled stream nnd youll feel like a new man you diabolical pusil- Â¬ lanimous piece of human ponderosity There Brandenburg I guess Ive said enough for both of us let him rest in tho shades of forgetfulness A sovero rheumatic pain in the left shoulder had troubled Mr J II Ioptr a well known druggist of Des Moines Iowa for over six months At times the pain was so severe that he could not lift anything Witli all ho could do ho could not get rid of it until he applied Chamberlains Pain Balm I only made three applications of it ho says And havo since been free from all pain Ho now recommends it to persons simil- Â¬ arly afflicted It is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincholoe Board Hardinsburg Ky EPWORTII LEAGUE tVMiTliuii ISiumsoc Ijc xxx 18 21 John 1 THim II b IMi x 22 Bodily clnaiillncHS is tho common Scriptural symbol of sonl purity nnd XV Â¬ HUDSON last Saturday Roy Harned is attending schoot at Lcltchtleld Miss Pate Harned is- - in Indiana at- Â¬ tending schcot Tho youngsters n this vicinity will bo sorry when tho snow is gone- Georgo Royalty still thinks thero is no placo liko Dear old West View Miss Kate Pollen has returned homo from Harned where she has boon teach- Â¬ ing Misses Ella and Carrie Johnson nru attending school at Mlllerstown prepar- Â¬ ing for fall teaching Little Guy Bennett is on tho sick list Will Lyons of Constantine was the gustof Mst Corino Bennett last week Misses Corino Bennett Nannie Lyons nnd Mr Jas A Quigins contemplato visiting friends at Spring Lick right soon Several persons from our vicinity went to tho dance at Loo Cooks last Wednes day night Among them were Shelby Arms Clint Lucas and Miss May Arms W R Johnson is on the sick list Tho school at this place closed MMaaAyiyAAyAyA In vw A iii rlghteouiueiw To npprecinto Its full re ligious slgniflcnneo we need to contract the abounding tilth of oriental streets and houso and prevalent habits of un cleanness of tiio common peoplo with tho scrupulous neatness commanded in the Mosaic lnw It is woll in this con noctiou to mako an inductive study of tho Blhlo coaching of purity compar ing tho rnfes forbodilypurificatlon giv Â¬ en in Exodus Deuteronomy Nnmbors Leviticus with tho Now Tostam out cus toms of tho Tows described iu Gospels Acts and Epistles Tho lavcr in the form of n Jingo bowl of brass mounted on a podestnl of tho samo metal stood conveniently iu front of tho tnbcrnocle or holy tent and near to tho brazen nl tar on which tiio sacrifices wcro burned Water Btood continually in tho npper nnd probably also in n lower part so that tho priests could wash both hands nnd feet every timo tlioy enmo into tho sacred inclosuro In tho tomplo similar arrangements but on a larger scalo were provided Skillful jiiochonieal con trivances filled tho lavers with clean wnter mid carried nway tho foul Theso frequent washings wero not only fortlio pnrposo of removing tho blood jind im purities unovoidnblo in handliuK tho sacrifices and doing tho scrvico of tho snnotnury with baro feet bnt wero a special object lesson In piety ns a sign of tho holiness of tho God worshipod Godliness was cleanness It was a long remove from tho pollutions of daily sin ful Hfo in principle though in tho very midst of tho camp They who boro tho vessels of tho Lord ninst bo pure Wash ed bodies and oloan whito linru gar ments wcro a constant reminder to priests nnd peoplo that God could not look with tho least degree of allowanco upon sin In tho New Testament rite of baptism wo havo a continuation of tho samo thought It is sacramental in that it is nn ontwnrd and visiblo sign of tho inner and spiritual grace which abides in tho sonl of every truo child of God It savos not fn tho senso of somo uuknow ablo operation not tho putting away of tho illtli of tho flesh but tho appeal of a good conscience toward God through Wc tho resurrection of Jesus Christ aro to draw near to God with a trno heart in fullness of faith having our hoarts sprinkled from nn ovil consrienco and our body washed with puro water Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Poor Health r greatest means so much more than vou imaeine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures gift health It j cu are feeling cut of nortiweak and generally ex hausted lie vnut hate no appetite and cant uotk begin at once tak Â¬ ing ttiemositctla Browns ron Â¬ Bitters Dyspepsia own s Iron Oil A few bot Â¬ cure benefit conies from the ery first clos- etMMf slain your tie strengthening irecllclneKhlrhls II trs tles They report a nice time Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who haa ever used Dr Bells Pino Tor Honey pro Â¬ nounce it the best cough and lung rem edy on earth Its truo too so we guar- Â¬ antee Forsale byShort HaynesClov erportjpr It HMcMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantine A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewloyvllle Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ry Â¬ pleasant to take Ittlh ami Its It Cures Kidney nnd Liver Troubles Constipation Bad Dlood Nervous aliments Malaria Womens complaints hsuralgla Get only the cenulne It has crossed red lines on the wrapper All others are sub Â¬ stitutes On receipt of two jc stamp we smd set of len Oeautlful Worlds ull i 4ir viws Rnu dook tree BOWN CHEMICAL CO DALTIMORE MO i Â¬ For Wearing Mourning Tho laws laid down by fashion for wearing of mourning nt present stands thus For a widow tho duration of 18 months for ono year of which crepe is worn for three months silk and for the last three months half mourning For a father or mother or father-in-laor mother-in-lanine months crepe three months silk and three months half mourning while for grand parents brothers sisters brother-in-laor sister-in-lathree months crepe three months silk nnd three months half mourning aro tho allotted times Winchester Democ nt w FACTS POSITIONS GUARNTEED Do not sav It canunder reasonable conditions not be done until vou send for free 120 page DRAUGHTONS PliACTICAL catalogue BUSINESS COLLEGE nnd School of bhotl hand Typewriting and lelegraphv - NASH VILLK TENN 4 WEEKS by Draughtons method of teach Â¬ ing hook keeping Is tqual to 12 WEEKS by old method It expi ids more money in the lnterest of its Employment Department than hnlf th business college in the south take in as tui ion It is strongly ndorteri by Hankers Merchants nnd Tactical book keepers all over the United States F Cheap board teasonable rates of tuition 6oo students past year Open to both sexes representing x6 Stales and Territories It has also prepared books for Nashville N- sent on 6o days trial When your wants Address J II HOME STUDYwrite on Regulations for Lent 1805 All the week days of Lent from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday are fast days of precept on ono meal witli the allowance of a moderate collation in the ofT rrtil As was expected tho concert at Pay nesvillc was largely attended Such a Jam of Individuality I novcr saw beMyself and ono of my pards fore had to coon the wall of tho lengthy store room to reach the music stand by tho stage Passing our violins over the heads of spectators they reached tho stand long boforo our novel exhibition which was performed mid yells and cheers horn the ml thful throng ended Imagine a houne witli every available space on tho floor packed and jammed with human beings nnd boys and even small men stored nway lying flat on tiio sli elves along tho walls that dry goods used to occupy and youve got the situa- Â¬ tion exactly Tho supposed speech of Thou Jefieison delivered by Harrison Young Paynesvillo was very interest- Â¬ ing Without n tremor of excitement our young orator displayed a skill that Jefferson himself would have been In fact all acquitted them- Â¬ proud of selves well showing that Mrs Roberts knows how to train for tho stage as well as other branches in the scholastic world Only ono discournglng feature prevailed and that was tho impossibility to keep order But where people aro so uncomfortably crowded together it is almost impossible to silence a bedlam A friend of minu who is in Hardius burg at present sent mt a copy of the Leader a Republican sheet publish Â¬ ed iu that town the 15th Inst in which the following ditonal nppeuif marked for my perusal The Meade County Messenger which has done nothing but improve if self since the first of the New Year comes out in an editor id in its issuo of Feb A certain pott matter In flth and bays this county Meade alio iaagout foran adjoining county paper lias lately resort- Â¬ ed to what wc call a very low trick in or der to detract from this papor and gain subscribers for his fgency There are two peisons iu Meade county who are ery eouspMous as corresjion denU of a paper iu tlds county One doffed his Sirocco who recently plumed hat and retired from public notice but who afterwards broke out again witli greater violence than ever The other is Brandenburg who said that Mrs Grinneils m lit leal recital was a perfect success But Brandenburg is not a postmistress and Sirocco we understand is a poetmu ter Hence we conclude that Sirocco ia the gentleman wip resorted to what Â¬ evening Tho Church excuses from the obliga- Â¬ tion of fasting but not of abstinence from flesh meat except in special cases of sickness tho infirm those who are attaining their growth thoso whoso duties aro of an exhausting or laborous character women in pregnancy or nur- Â¬ sing infants nnd tlioso who aro enfeebl- Â¬ ed by old ago Tho following dispensations are grant- Â¬ ed for tliis diocese by the authority of the Holy See 1 The use of flesh meat as also of eggs and white meats is permitted at every meal on the Sundays of Lent and at the principal meal on Mondays Tues- Â¬ days Wednesdays Thursdays and Satur- Â¬ days with the exception of Ember and Holy Saturday 2 Custom also allows the use of eggs butter milk etc at tho ovenlng colla- Â¬ tion and also at the principal meal on the days on which tho use of flesh meat is forbidden 3 The quality of food allowed at a collation in tills dloceso is bread fruit salads vegetables and cold flsh I A small piece of bread with a cup of coffee tea or chocolate can be taken in the morning 5 Where It is not convenient to take the principal meal at noon it is lawful to invert tho order and tukelcollatlon in tho morning and dinner in the evening 0 Drippings and lard may be used in the preparation of the kinds of food which are permitted 7 On Sunday there is neither fasting nor abstinence but fish cannot be used with flesh meat at tho same meal at any timo during Lent 8 Those who aro exempt from the precept of fasting can partake of flesh meat at every meal during the day when by special indult flesh meat is permitted at the principal meal Tho time for fulfilling the Easter pro ceptof Communion in the diocese ex- Â¬ tends from tho first Sunday in Lent to Trinity Sunday inclusive By order of the Right Reverend Bishop Louis G DJcitkk Secretary Illthops lloute Louisville February 11 The Ilcnrt of Rt llclnn This is found not in snbtlo philosophical distinctions in doctrine nor iu ox act obscrvanco of ritualistic forms and ceremonies but in spiritual oxperienco nnd vital porsonal piety This is receiv ing largo recognition by all branches of tho Christinn church It is manifest iu tho charactor of the preaching of tho present time in tho pnblio prayers ad dresses and testimonies of professing Consistent and puro prac Christians tico in daily life is moro titan over bo foro insisted upon as n mark of real ploty Helpfulness to tho poor and sin ful is dovoloping rapidly tho onorgics of many of tho young folks If tho rising generation havo less of theory than for- Â¬ mer ones they aro suroly displaying promise of greater practical activity and brothorhood Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Greenback Tiie farmer or business man who bor- Â¬ rows a thousand dollars and gives his note for it with a mortgage on his realty SOLICITING FOR as security doesnt havo to keep a thous- Â¬ and dollars in gold or any other sort of Protective monov to securo his note If ho had AND sucli means of giving security lie w ouldnt want to borrow Indeed lie doesnt Collection Agency havo to keep a cent The greenback is THIS IS NO HUMBUG the Goverments note It is a mortgage on tho wealth of the country Cincin Â¬ BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT nati Enquirer Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc reported Hits same provided It Tenn It pavs cash f Drauqhon explain Prest Agents Wanted Lovings 4 --K 51 i 1 ELEOTROPOISE Tho ParltH Church at Eimorth Liko mast of tho ancient parish churches of England tho ono nt Epworth is of stono nnd is surrounded by tho villago cemotery It stands on a slight eminence An nvcuuo shaded by trees on oitlier hand leads up to it from tho villago which lies just bolow The tombstones aro woll cared for tho grass kopt closoly cut and gravel walks in good repair so that tho churchyard in summer oveuings when tho twilight 1Xfilii 311 B8SB f PAiusit ciiurtcn Erwoimr esolakd lingers lato Is a favorito resort for old and young Near tho sido cutrauco is tho tomb of Sumuol Wesley on tho top of whicli his sou John stood and preached to tho pooplo when tho pulpit had bocn rof used him becauso of his Meth odist practices Insido tho church are seen tho samo chairs which stood near faTElectropolso put out on trial for tho pnlpit in Wesleys day aud wero four months for 10 Sond for valuable thou considered ancient nnd tho bap tismal font which is supposed to havo book free como from a still more nnoieut church WEBB DUBOIS of Saxon times SOO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CURES DISEASE The Electropoise gavo mo complete re- Â¬ lief from excruciating pain in three ap- Â¬ plications 1 also find it good for treating children for their numerous ailments C T Soden with Bridgoford Co Louisville Ky Mr G W Flint of Skylight Kysays I suffered for years with my kidneys inflammation of the bladder aud enlargement of the prostrate gland After n short trial of tho Electropolso I am en- Â¬ tirely relioved nnd feel twenty years younger I have derived moro benefit from the uso of Electropoise than from all other remedies combined I think it the grandest invention of the age It can not be praised too highly Mrs M E Gorman Sadieville Ky August 20 John II Davis Esq of Barboursville Ky Tho Electropoise is the best all around doctor I know of My wlfo sufÂ¬ fered from effects of la grippo for several years also a complication of other ail- Â¬ Now she is entirely well ments In Â¬ digestion bothered me a great deal am now well Ono of my neighbors is using it for lung tiouble and reports improve- Â¬ ment As a curative agent the Electropoise can not bo equaled Nearly 1000 have been put out from this ofllco in the last three months Â¬ BANK OF EAUDnsrSSTHLQ Capital Stock 825 000 Surplus 7 000 B F BEARD - President WILL MILLER Vloe Preildent M II BOARD Cashier O VT BEAKD 1 V MORRIS E8KRIDGE Dire tor R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Dupuis FOR Treatment v YPHILIS of A distillation of herbs found only on tho island of Havti and tho couutry bordering tho Madolrn Hi vcr in BraziL An antidote for SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES 1ertlary stafjos of Syphilis hnvo bocn Cuiikd by this treatmont in sixty dayx restoring tha blood to original purity Write us stating length of time you havo been allUctodandwe will Bend sample bottle lVeo Cluirfjo Rate of treatment g IflO per month tOI 183 ft 163 OltOASWAT CINCINNATI Rosrvi cxjcxiazxojLXj oo Importer Standard Preparations JAMES B PACE Stemmer and buyer of OHIO Jr Both Red AND BurleyTobacco Pierces Factory JNO P BEVERLY fourth Avenue Louisville Ky - - Cloverport Manager Ky Dancer Avoided iSoj To say something is one tiling to prove it is another Wo cant prove that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is the b st rough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont agree with us you get your money back For sale by Short Haynes Clover port Dr R II MoMullln McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Roaetta Drury Bennett Co Bewloyvllle Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Thero is danger frequently in socio tics which becoino largo and influential thnt they bo mado to servo financial ends forwhloh they woro never iutendod nnd so tholr trno purposo bo thwartod or hiudered It was wlso in tho hoard of control at tho mooting in Boston iu view of nil circumstances to udopt this resolution That wo doom it unwise and uncon- Â¬ stitutional for any individual member of tho board or any member of tho cab inet to glvo direction to tho financial policy of tho Lcngue other than that dl rooted by tho board Â¬ Ky iERGURliU JL result of the usual treatment of blood disorders The system Is filled with Mercury and Potash rnmedtea more to ba dreaded than tha dlseaseahd In ft short while U la a far worse condition than before The most common result U England BirqetaUio in Sentiment The telegraphic statement that miny of tho industrial centers of England have become bimetallic in sentiment on tho money question goes far to rofuto the assortlon that business men the world over are in favor of a gold standard England as a creditor Nation should be satisfied with mpnetallism if any coun- Â¬ try could be yet the conviction la spread Â¬ ing among her people that gold alone is not a sufficiently broad basis for commer- Â¬ cial prosperity Kentucky Poet T It tba P0 SON T CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a opinion write to Rromrt answer and an honest nearlr OttT sears A CO who have bad experience la the patent business pomBmnlu tlons strtctlT oonOdsntlal A 1 1 n n il book of In formation concerning 1ntf ula and how to ob tain tbem sent free Also catalogue of mechan Â¬ ics and sdentlflo books sent free 1atents taken through Mann A Co reeelre notice In and S octalare brouahtthe Helentlrlo A inerlrnnwith Â¬ us wldelr before the publlo out coat to tba Inventor This splendid caper jsaned weeklr eleaantl j lllsstrated has hr far the largest circulation of snrsclentlBo work la the world 83 rear Bainpla copies sent f res BulMliu KdltloaoBonthlr tuoavear Mla wiiiHplatea In colors and pbotogratha ueai nerr IIUW0H GOQiamaof new tlful 4dwiifc plans anabllac bulldors to show the house with uett uesians ana secure 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