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JJFp iz- r- vijIJ W lfJWIWVy MJ n jwnw wMfHWfyj a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1895 N034 mmmmmmmm- PLEASE RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR 1895 BIMETALLISM Mastorly Address On the Subject Dolivercd by Hon W J Bryan of Nebraska Tho Boy Orator of the Platto In Talks to a Large Audlonco Cincinnati Able and Eloquent tion Presentation QuesÂ¬ of tho Silvor really desires an honest dollar and insist that tho gold dollar is tho only honest dollar There are a great many people who nro actually decolved by the con- Â¬ tention of our financiers that gold possesses somo sacred quality which makes it a just and invariablo measure of valuo We can make no progress in understanding tho money question until we recognize the fact that there is no such thing as an honest dollar that there is no Buch thing as a dollar which is ab Â¬ solutely unchangeable Prof Laughlin in his work on bimetal- Â¬ lism says Monometallism do not as is often said beliove that gold remains absolutely stable in value They hold there is no such thing as a standard of value for futuro payments in either gold orsilver which remains absolutely in- Â¬ Mr Laughlin is right and variablo his statement is corroborated not only by tho facts but also by the admissions of every writer on political economy THE OOID AND SILVER DOLLAR Â¬ To illustrato If gold is tho only priInteresting Facts Plainly Set Forth mary money and the gold dollar repreby One of tho Greatost Expon- Â¬ sents as it does to day 25 and 8 0 grains of standard gold it is evident that tho ents uf the Subject Â¬ 1 Cincinnati Knqulrer ask your nttentlon to night to a brief First discussion of three questions Why Second What is bimetallism I k I do we desiro bimetallism and third How can we rtstoro bimetallism In speaking upon this subject in Cincinnati I am afraid that I can present nothing in the nay of argument which will be new to you because The Enquirer discusses this question with so much intelligence and ability in its editorial columns that it leuves little to bo said I feel that such a commendation of Tho Enquirer is only just becauso I think that I can assert without straining the truth thai no paper in the United States defends the principles of bimetallism with more conclusive logic or more apt illustration The Enquirer deserves especial credit also because it advocates bimetallism in the face of a local opposition which might terrify a man with less devotion or less courage than Mr McLean has Bhown What is bimetallism The word itself would seem to so clearly in Â¬ dicate its meaning that definition would bo superflous and yet it is not an un- Â¬ common thing to find persons generally well read on other subjects who do not fully understand what bimetallism really means Ono person said that ho was in favor of bimetallism as he understood it that is that he was in favor of the gov- Â¬ ernment buying whatever metal it need- Â¬ ed He was a buy metallist A member of Congress from the State of New York stated that ho was in favor of bimetal- Â¬ lism but that in bimetallism he thought gold ought to be the standard Bimetal Â¬ lism means two metalllsm just as mono-Â¬ metallism means one metalllsm Rimetallism does not mean that one metal used as money is a promise to pay some other metal used as money but that the unit or as we call it the dollar rests upon two metals or is composed of two metals and that one is just as truly money as the other Bimetallism does not depend upon any particular ratio that is bimetallism may exist at any ratio fixed by law For instance up to 1873 we had bimetallism in this country at the ratio of 10 to 1 while at the same time France maintained bimetallism at the ratio of 15 to 1 and Mexico main- tained bimetallism at a ratio of a little greater than ours But there can be no bimetallism unless there is a fixed legal Bimetal- Â¬ ratio between tho two metals lism at tho ratio of 10 to 1 simply means that one dollar in silver shall weigh fO times as much as one dollar in gold If the ratio were changed to 1 to 24 it would mean that the silver dollar must bo either Increased or the gold dollar diminished to such an extent that tho silver would weigh 24 limes as much as tho gold dollar WHAT FREE COINAGE MEANS purchasing power of a gold dollar will vary according as the metal from which it is made becomes scarce or plentiful If unexpectedly now gold mines should be discovered as thoy wero in 1840 and tho supply of gold should largely in- Â¬ crease money would become more pen tiful and the purchasing power of ench dollar would fall although each dollar would still represent 258 grains of standard gold If on the other hand tho supply of gold received annually from the mines Bhould altogether ceaso and the gold needed by the arts should bo taken from the worlds supply of coin it is evident that money would become morescarco and tho purchasing power of each dollar would increuse although a dollar would still represent only 258 grains of standard gold If instead of using gold alone gold and silver are used as primary money then tho value that is the purchasing power of each dollar whether gold or silver would depend upon the number of dollars of both gold and silver and the annihilation of a part of the standard money would increase tho exchangeable value of the remaining dollars Thirty years ago when there wero enough na- Â¬ tions using gold and silver freely to offer the privileges of the mint to every ounce of gold and silver produced it was a matter of small importance whether any particular nation used gold alone or silver alone or both but wlicn the na Â¬ tions of Europe began a crusade ogaiust silver and in favor of gold and a time was reached when somo silver could not find a place for coinage the apparent de Â¬ cline in silver as measured by gold com- Â¬ menced and the question which the United States must settle now is whethor it will join in the crusade against silver and drive it out of use throughout the world or throw the weight of its influence upon the side of bimotalism and thus bring silver back into use as a stan- Â¬ dard money throughout the world I am almost afraid to picture to you the effect of a universal gold standard lest you who do not fully appreciate the danger may think my language extrava- Â¬ gant but I assure you that I have never used language more emphatic than the language used by Euch men as Senator Sherman the late Secretary Blaine and Hon John G Carlisle In I860 in speak Â¬ ing of the effect of a contraction of the To currency Senator Sherman said every person except a capitalist out of debt or a salaried officer or annuitant it is a porlod of loss danger lassitude of trade fall of wages suspension pf enter Â¬ prise bankruptcy and disaster Â¬ Â¬ you cannot accuso of a disposition to ex- Â¬ travagant language and I do not beliuvo that tltey have presented tho matter too strongly Mr Balfour said recently that a Blow appreciation of the standard of values is perhaps tho deadening and be- Â¬ numbing influence that can touch tho enterprise of a nation Mr Blaino and Mr Sherman call attention to tho fart that this appreciation of the standard is benefit to the capitalist out of debt and an injury to everyone else and this may account for the fact that tho capitalist and tho financier are tho most enthusi- Â¬ astic advocates of tho gold standard What is the uso of It is often said having more money in tho country You cannot get the money unless you have something to exchange for it It is true that you can only obtain money by giving something in exchange for it but the amount of money which you can obtain in exchange for a given amount of your product will depend upon tho money in tho market If for instance a farmer borrowed 1000 when wheat is worth 1 a bushel he can pay the debt with 1000 bushels but if the purchasing power of tho dollar is increased until 1 will buy two bushels of wheat then he must sell 2000 busbols of wheat in order to get tho l0OC with which to pay his debt but the man who holds the note will be largely the gainer if ho con col- Â¬ lect 1000 when each dollar will buy twlco ns much as it would when he loan- Â¬ ed it This illustrates tho effect of an appreciating standard upon debtor and creditor EFFECT OF AN APIIIECIATINO STANDARD Let me illustrate the effect of an ap- Â¬ preciate g standard upon business gen- Â¬ erally As the dollar rises in its pur- Â¬ MUST PROVE RUINOUS By free colnago of silver is meant that jp any one who has silver in the form of bullion can take it to tho mint and have it coined Into silver dollars at the coin- Â¬ age valuo of the bulliqn just as a person who lias gold bullion can take It to the mint under the law and have it convert- Â¬ ed into gold dollars at the coinage value By unlimited or unre- Â¬ of tho bullion stricted coinage we mean that no limit shall be placed upon the amount of sil- Â¬ vor to be coined just as no limit is placed upon the amount of gold to be coined Under the present law if the owner of gold bullion takes it to the mint he Is not asked where the gold was produced or from what country it has been imported or whether it is the pro- Â¬ duct of our own mines it is received and fo ask that the same privilege eolned be given to the man who owns silver International bimetallism bullion mearvj the use of both metals as standard money at a ratio to be agreed upon by several nations Independent bimetal Item m the ttrm ia used la this country meaaq the restoration of bimetallism by thl ooBBtry alone regardleea of the action of any other nation I have been thtMf elementary in order that we way undewUad each other ia the Degiunisg that we may keep together as I pro wed to a difcuseion of tke mbjeet Why do we desire bimetallem It is bemuse we believe that by the use of both metale as a andrd money we pan keep the dollar more staple la its put abating power awl therefore more near Â¬ ly hoet than we cn by the oee of one metal only When a silver man talks about being ia favor of an bewet dol Â¬ lar tbe eUvoeatM of the gold aiaukrd at once begin to ciaeetioa whether he Mr Blaino said in 1878 Tho destruct- Â¬ ion of silver as money and the establish- Â¬ ment of gold as the sole unit of value must havo a ruinous effect on all forms of property except those investments which yield a fixed return in money These would bo enormously enhanced iu value and would gain a disproportion- Â¬ ate and unfair advantage over every other species of property It is impossi Â¬ ble to strike silver out of existence as money without results which will prove distressing to millions and utterly dis Â¬ astrous to tens of thousands According In 1878 Mr Carlisle said to mr view of the subject tho conspira- Â¬ cy which seems to have been formed here and in Europe to destroy by legis- Â¬ lation and otherwise from three sevenths to one half the metallic money of the world is the most gigantic crime of this or any other age The consummation of such a scheme would ultimately entail HOW TO SECURE 11IMETAM1SM more misery upon the human raco than If bimetallism is desirable how can it all the ware pestilences and famines be secured I believe hat it can only that ever occurred in the history of tho be secured by the action of this cpuntry language world I have given you the independent of any other nation While of three distinguished Americans whom an International agreement would be youno amis desirable It is not necessary and not entering wemaauood ought to probable because Germany waits upon ll hare jutt the apecuu belp that- England and England is dominated by Dr ilereei Favorite lrecriphe creditor classes which draw tholr ed to be TH ThThey rVeMripMemetarted right Income from all the worldj and profit byÂ¬ aU aad the appreciation In the purchasing powJV wiirtninn aha araeer fuaettew At what ratio should free naaneM the deHtate weakseiaea er of gold dftrangwiHuti that might be Â¬ coinage be attempted While as I come chrome eetabHebea regu Â¬ said the principle of bimetallism ia not larity and beaMi lowena paia They want nourhhtng dependent upon ratio yet the ratio ionic trengthealng porting tuoh H aa Teiperlenoed pbyai ought to be bo adjusted ae to bring the oka U especially prepared for most good to society The four billions the female grtem fa fee Tre of silver cola la the world Is circulating aorlpUon In every female complaint at a ratio to gold njt far from 10 to 1 and weakaeM and ia aU Henrou 11 or over aomlittoM if it doesnt benefit or mere of it at 15 than at rewrneo Any obBg ia this eeuntry alone would oure we money jrut MlwMAWi ib JAOxaotf rf JtarrM flfctoa- - ptat ua out of harmony w I th other satioae aome time wttl raHh ooapUiaU amlan the ami Fie an obetaele la the way of In Â¬ metUeiM my friemb nv me did me m soed rapproaefcma all mr friends had ternational bimetallism while a change Perth waauptoifle Ivea me J heaMol rmvwoader megeamn bemht Ci mm Pewder mSlTm UHeoJoriMr eood befae3au I DC prmea MiAfcAAC BeJcIa- fUaloafta -wuaa awi Mat to peeiee euf medwme e vetf hem I a chasing power prices of course tall that is the only way in which an appreciation in the value of money can manifest it- Â¬ self If a merchant buys n stock of goods thuy gradually decline in value whllo on the shelf and he must deduct that loss from his ordinary profit A rising stand Â¬ ard also retards enterprise because a man does not want to build a house this year if lie thinks that next year the same house can be built for less money When tho purchasing power of the dol- Â¬ lar is increasing even idle money brings to its owners what may be called an un- Â¬ earned increment and those who have tho courage to invest in other forms of property must pay tho penalty of loss A nj thing which retards or discourages enterprises it ssens tho demand for labor and crowds the workingmen together in a fierce contest for their daily bread The laboring men understand the effect of a gold standard and are almost unani- Â¬ A petit- Â¬ mous in their opposition to it ion was sent to Congress not long ago signed by all the important labor organ- Â¬ izations in the United States and this petition pointed out the disastrous effects of tho demonetization of silver and de Â¬ manded tbo freo colnago of gold and silver at the piesent ratio of sixteen to one Tho Federation of Labor met a few weeks ago and adopted a acsolutlon de Â¬ manding the free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver at sixteen to one with- Â¬ out waiting for the co operation of other nations Tho strength of bimetallism in this country has always been found in the agricultural communities the farm- Â¬ ers have furnished five times as many voters for freo silver in tho House of Representatives as the minim states Not only in this havo furnished country but in England and Germany have tho farmers favored tho restoration of silver Archbishop Walsh of Dublin has written a phamphlet calling attention to the effect of the gold standard upon Irish tenants and upon tho English farmer Tids pamphlet has had a wide circulation and presents in my judgment one of tho strongest arguments ever made against the gold standard In fact if I were going to recommend two books on the subject of bimetallism I would re- Â¬ commend Coins Financial School pub- Â¬ lished in Chicago and Archbishop Walshs pamphlet The German Reich- Â¬ stag has recently passed a resolution de- Â¬ claring in favor of an international mon- Â¬ etary conference This resolutions show that tho gold standard has been a failuro in Germany so far as the masses of the people are concerned while the resolu Â¬ tion adopted by tho Berlin Chamber of Commeice condemning the action of the Reichstag shows that in Germany they have the same contest which wo witness here namely the contest between tho commercial classes on the one side led by tho banks and the masses of tho peo Â¬ ple on the ottier side Â¬ in the ratio by international agreement would require the recolnngo of somo four billions of dollars If for instance tho ralto should be changed from 10 to 1 to 21 to 1 by in- Â¬ creasing tho size of tho silver dollar tho sliver coin in existence would have to bo coined over into dollars one half larger which would mean a shrlnkago of about one billion and a third in the number of sliver dollars or a shrinkage of about one sixth in tho metallic monoy of tho world Wo aro opposed to monometal- Â¬ lism becauso it would cause a shrlnkago of ono half of tho metallic monoy hence to change the ratio to 1 to 24 and recoln the Bilver into larger dollars would cause one third as much injury as tho destruc- Â¬ tion of ono of tho metallic moneys Not only would it be necessary to recoln tho money now In existence but tho annual product of silvor would only make two thirds as many dollars as it will raako now and thus wo would perpetuate tho scarcity of money It is true that freo colnago at 10 to 1 would give an advantage to tho owner of slhcr bullion whether the restoration was by this nation alono or by interna tionol agreement but freo coinage can- Â¬ not give back to tho owner of silver bul- Â¬ lion any more than demonetization took away nor can it give to the owner of sllvt r bullion any greater advantage than tho adoption of tho gold standard would give to tho owner of gold bullion We use gold and silver as money not becauso the mine owners want us to use them but because society needs them nnd we can better affbtd to allow both gold miners and silver miners to make what-Â¬ ever profit there may be in mining them at tho ratio of 10 to 1 than to derange tho credits of the commercial world in- Â¬ crease tho burden of all debt and do creaso tho valuo of all property in an effort to prevent either the gold miner or the silver miner from getting moro at the mint than it costs to mine the metal This country can in my judgment maintain tho parity between gold and silver at 10 to 1 1 know that our oppo- Â¬ nents point to tho Mexican dollar as evi- Â¬ dence that we can not but to measure our ability by tho ability of Mexico is to make a very serious mistake This na- Â¬ tion lis some seven times as great as Mexico and we can do much that Mex- Â¬ ico would not dare attempt I believe there can be no permanet restoration of prosperity in the United States and throughout the world until gold and sil- Â¬ ver are placed upon an equal footing given equal privileges of mintage and made equally a legal tender for all debts public and private ROUNDLY APPLAUDED When he concluded Mr Bryan was given a round of applause which was repeated again and again Just as he was about to leave the stago a traveling salesman named Morrows asked the young orator somo questions Ho insisted that the valuo of gold and silver was regulated by the supply and demand and not by the stamps of the Government Mr Bryan listened to tho rambling talk of the man who spokp with a strong English cockney accent It was evident that the fellow was bound not to be convinced Many of the audi- Â¬ ence who had started to leave returned and enjoyed tho discomflturo of tho En Â¬ glishman who was still persistent and asked about a dozen questions in ono Finally Judge Oliver said to the gold My friend if you will come to bhg my office I will answer your questions I dont know you was the reply My name is Oliver Come down and see me and I will show you where you are wrong Mr Bryan who took the matter good naturedly informed hie interrogator that if he didnt believo the demonetization of silver had anything to do with its low price they might argue until dooms-Â¬ day without ever coming to an agree Â¬ ment This closed the moeting which was an enthusiastic one and made many friends for the whito metal Dont Fat It Off ft I at v 1 ty etlflt The necessity of a spring medicine is universally admitted This is tho best time of year in which to purify tho blood to restore the lost appetite and to build up tho entire system as the body is now peculiarly susceptlblo to benefit from medicine The great popularity attained by Hoods Saisaparilla owing to its real merit and its remarkable success has established it as tho very best medicine to tako in tho spring It cures scrofula salt rheum and all humors biliousness dyspepsia headacho kidney and liver complaints catarrh and all affections caused of prompted by low stato of tho Knights of tho Maccabees system or impure blood Dont put it The Stato Commander writes us from off but take Hoods Sarsaparilfa now It Lincoln Nob as follows After trying will do you good other medicines for what seemed to be a very obstinate cough in our two children we tried Dr Kings Now Discovery and Woman is the Power at the end of two days the cough entirely Men aro only leaders from outward left them Wo will not bo without It appearance close scrutiny will almost hereafter as our experience proves that invariablyreveal a womans power a it cures where all other remedies fall womans encouragement a womans lovo Signed F W Stephens State Com behind them She is the power of tho Why not give this great medicine a trial world to day As she points so events aa It la guaranteed and trial bottles aro aa a leader herself but as free at A It Fishers drug store Bet will tend Let her shape sen Â¬ a creator of leaders Salesmen Wanted timent men will see to it that her senti Â¬ Good wages to sell our nuisery stock ment la known adopted and recognized We will have for Apply for terms The literature the dramatic art of the Spring and fall 1805 an immense stock world is hers la her bands too rests the of apple pear peach plum Aprico surest power to up iiit man irom moral cherry grape etc Also small fruits degradation and intemperate principles shade and ornamental trees roses etc Edward W Bok la March Ladles We make a specialty of wholesaling to We will Bell to large planters direct Home Journal reepoimiblo parties and take note payable la six twrlve and eighteen months Write ue for wholesale nrioea Addrees Some Facta About Finance I see some of tho newspapers aro talking about a sliver basis That is they say that If the treasury should default in gold pay Â¬ ments tho country would bo on n silver basis What do thoy mean by that The nowspaper editors who make such statements as tho one quoted by our cor respondent do not know what they mean Without reflection thoy adopt the declarations they find In the eastern organs of the gold gamblers Tho state Â¬ ment that wo should go to a silver basis in the event of tho suspension of gold payments is the samo as saying that thu premium on gold would bo 200 per cent that a gold dollar would bo worth two standard Bilver dollars What editor or now spaper reader is ignoramus enough to believe that During tho war when neither siher nor gold was in circulation and when tho country was on a greenback basis tho premium on gold never reached more than CO per cent premium and this in the faco of tho fact that tho gold exchange was in full operation and that the Wall street gamblers had tho entire Btock cornered If there had been no law making customs duties payablo in gold the premium would never hao reached 10 per cent Our correspondent will find that every argument employed by tho agents of tho gold gamblers and the cuckoos against tho remonetization of silver is based on sheer assumption and on biazen denial of tho facts of history For instanco tho statement is frequently madu that bimet- Â¬ allism is an impossibility Mr Carlisle himself after his official conversion to gold raonometalism declared that he could never understand what was meant by tho double standard And jet nil ho had to do was to turn to thu financial history of France there to discover that for seventy years that government held the two metals together both as inom y and bullion at tho ratio of 15 to 1 Tho fluctuations wero never more than 1 percent and these wero fluctuations in rates of exchange Gold at this moment commands a premium of of 1 per cent when it is bought in the open market and yet this fluctuation from par value has no percepliblo effect on thu market Another statement our correspondent will often seo is that gold is the standard of civilized countries while silver is tho standard of the nations that scuffle about on a lower level Is it true then that tho peoplo of tho Uuited States wore never civilized until after 18715 Up to that date silver was our Bole unit of ac- Â¬ count Tho mints were open to gold but gold and all other commodities were valued in terms of silver A dollar meant a silver dollar and ten dollars In gojd meant an amount of tho yellow mental sufficient to exchange for ten sliver dollars Is it true too that until 1870 Great Britain was tho only civilized nation in Up to that year no other Europo European nation had a gold stand- Â¬ ard and Germany had tho single silver standard Was Germany with the single silver standard on a level with China India and Mexico so far as her civilizaTo ask these ques Â¬ tion was concerned tions is to blow away as with a breath tho imbecile argument that gold is tho money of civilization whilo silver is the money of barbarians Our correspondent will also note that there aro constant allusions to tho small purchasing power of tho Mexican dollar as compared with the American silver dollar Tho argument that tho Ameri- Â¬ can dollar is as good as a gold dollar while tho Mexican piece Is only as good as a sliver dollar ought to open tho eyes of sensible men to the real state of tho case Tho Mexican dollar Is worth now just what it was in 1871 Tho valuo of tho peoples products has not depreciated in Mexico Whereas by tho flat of tho United States laws the American silver dollar has been made to appreciato along with the gold dollar Our silver dollars are not redeemablo in gold under thu law and if they wero that fact would not help tho coco at all Wo havo not gold enough to redeem tho treasury notes of All the available gold is in tho 1800 hands of comparatively a few gold gamb- Â¬ lers They have it safely cornered and in order to get it to keep up our ruinous pretense of gold payments we aro com- Â¬ pelled to borrow it at a rate of interest higher than any nation or any reputable municipality is compelled to pay The peoplo everywhere aro opening their eyes to the truth Tho Constitution baa been preachlDg for so many jears Atlanta Constitution A correspondent writes Â¬ Â¬ WghtfS f 1 1 IVUKI VrvJ 1 1 aus IT THE FUAT6 FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY PPCCTCn s CO Ki a CAMfltE CO CINTI JC I10UUNK J M HAKiKB DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILl - STOCK YARDS KY JAIibADttUAKlERSio 4 llUOLO LiULUO I LMIl I U OL1UO JXfS6JL imiurRRi at our ca TALonue TRY AND TRY OUR UNRIVALED Of iso paosb ik SETS lororrics riurAli BE PLEASED VE GUARANTEE ma to all SATISFACTION SETS 50c TRIAL corns Jet Sft il vt r It st s VI 1 V I vm vt J Sot K I sI St II II ION Inei and Creejicrt for Torch or lluakcta SrtM 0 Irriii ami Moiae for Fernerlen Sol V 10 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All About Gold JEZjttAJD IP VOl WANT TO KNOW IT Pumpkin S All About Silver 3 KBJJD IT IF YOU WANT TO KNOW Prizes Offered A All About Currency IF YOU WANT TO KNOW KSAID IT First best Guess 1200 lbs sugar 100 Second 50 Third Additional to our prizes aro giving some great bar Â¬ gains in our wo L What Causes the Hard Times It givo is n book for tho peoplo BEADnndIT will information Shoe Department save you money on the puichaso of a pair of Shoes them moro correct about Gold Silver Currency d Well Thats Just Not All Than will bo fount in nny book on political economy It is so plain ami simple that nny ono can easily undorstiuid it It is n book for the business man as likely you may bo ono of tho lucky threo This offer will closo April 10th 1805 the professional man the farmer It was writ nnd the laboring man ten in tho interest of each of them Everlasting bargains at tho Â¬ Great Bargain Store Whethor Republican Democrat or Populist every man who votes should lead it TO CAM on II WIII MINI FOll IT nic SUIIK GEO cosr you rosiiAin YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY Only SOGents Jno 10ST IN QUANTITY D Babbage BESTIN QUALIT OIOVKUTOKT KY BIG SHOE SALE nt WORMS WHITES CREaH GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY Alto Wholesale and Hcttll DcaUri la VERMIFUGE FOR SO YEARS I EVERY Has lad all WORM Remedies I0TTLE IUARANTEEB mrHiiMa Yellow Pins Flooring and Celling Laths Llae SMftflM Hair Brlk ucMBHIf and all kinds or Bulling Material Sola Avcnti l Bw tout bv all imvaaiaTH Btufuxri Sail a4 BIImm Children Ciy for it loom HaMMtiad llad Fertilizart ami Tray WtohrVCfrrliu SOUTKMN KUHWSRV Co Wlneueaier Tena Have yaw Haxawcrf Ian far UN ynr NulMcrlp VnVJ V I THE BRROKENRIDGR Breckenridge Jno D KBXWB HARDINSBURG L II OOISO 03LOVmRPOHLT KV BEWLEYVJLLE Jeeslo Payne Is attending school r JW in News 13 1815 V 0 BaMag Editor and PfcptUtn WEDNESDAY MAK011 Most of the loltaceo nM in this town this season has como from Hancock Tho farmers in Unit county aro in better shape than they have been for years BRANDENBURG Joe McGt lieu hns relumed to ville Mrs 8 P LouisÂ¬ W TIME TABLE I1Ti at RMBROIDBRIRS I l i i lrof J J Glenn editor of the Mndls letter onvlllo Hustler is a candidate for Uefjls 3I1ks Llda Powvll has returni d from tor of tlio Land Office Mr Glenn lifts Doe Ban all tho qualities of n true man capable Lawronco 1onlsii lsltlng friends in Ex PitMtnKNT Harrison la seriously ill Ho needs tlio Louisville honest and qualified at Indianapolis olllco Ho wants it and ought to Imvo Father Herbuth had services last Sun Kalph Sheldon cx IlcKlster of It ThoNnwsisforhlm day ns usual Gait Hugh Ditto left Monday for On ens- tlio Ijind Olllco is lend Hmv would the follow Inido for ft fin boro to resume business OwExsnono will soon bo in telephone ancial plank in tho platform of our next MIssEyaCarrlgan is still a visitor of Free her cousins the Misses Lewis Democratic State Convention connection with New York City coinage of both gold and silver on terms I was glad to see a letter in the Mes Â¬ Tub Hon Clias Ulnnford wo under- Â¬ of equality at tho ratio of 10 to 1 For tho senger of my friend II W J of Big Â¬ stand is an out and out silver roan Issue of nil paper monoy by tho govern Spring eannnnnBBn ment without tho intervention of banks Tho Messenger and News wero on a The News circulation notwithstanding and opposition to any isssue of Interest race last week for a number of nowsy week tlio hard times is increasing every bearing bonds without tho authority letters This is the of n special act of Congress Mrs M E Cosby of Uptonvillc has own substnnco of a declaration mrulo by tho Twenty five thousand families moro than half tho wealth of this lending DemocratsJn Congress who favor been visiting her daughter Mis H C ltawlings country Tho News would like to free silver Miss Annie ltichardsoii has returned from Democrats In havo nn expression Tiik Federal Grand Jury at Louisville Hii3 section on tills question It matters homo nftt r n pleasant visit to Miss Lucy failed to find an Indictment against Col- Â¬ not to us whether you are for it or not IUwlins lector Ben Johnson Mrs C G Moruncn feels nt homo let us have your views again with tho river ilowlng freely nnd Washington onco said of the Sonata Yon striko n gold bug and hell come boats plying Hint it was the saucer into which legisla The ardstick For sale lo head of good graded steers back at you with a to cool tion was poured length of n yardstick is fixed and has Will average about 0 lbs In weight by Â¬ Tiik Now York Sun is tho best edited been since tho foundation of tlio govern A Ditto Jr The Mite last Fiidny nluht nt Mrs C ment Its n measure of length not Â¬ paper in America and tho greatest ex Yon can neither ttretch it out A Colemans was largely attended and of value ponent of tho true Democracy or shorten it Gold is n commodity as was a plessant affair Its function Miss Ilia Richardson of Louisville Is A imier that is read by moro than well as n measure of value Is positively nflceted by the quantity in expected this week to visit Misses Nolle IL000 peoplo every week certainly has cxifctonce Tho available quantity under B Lewis and Mary Pusey some value as an advertising medium a gold standard nclunlly determines tlio Mrs Geo Cnspcrke nnd Miss Bettie The llepublican Legislature of New prices of all salablo commodities Were ClnrkKon nro homo from New Orleans half the gold exterminated prices would Nashville nnd E town They had n 0 York has appropriated moro than is 000000 and its work is not yet half done fall below any level yet reached It most delightful trip nnd charming weath Â¬ within tlio power of any man to whittle er Jas T Pkyor a doorkeeper of the out a yardstick with a jack knife But Wouldnt wo nil liko to hear Secretary Indiana Legislature has gouo crazy whether he shnll whittle or shall not John G Carlisle with his golden opin- Â¬ whittlo tho length designated remains Till Groves has not been heard from ion when he niakes his Kentucky cir-Â¬ tlio same As n matter of fact however And I would want ex Gov Knott cuit Cahv Aitiixiati of Oivrnshon is n the length of tlio yardstick never yet to ausnei him if It red hot gold bug Hut ho says Coins changed will not be changed nnd Hugh Ditto lias been quite ill at Financial School hns almost converted should be everybody would know it nnd OvNCiiBboro Ho spent last week with nobody would ha Injured by it The him value of tho gold dollar can be and has his parents Mr and Mrs J K Ditto and Germany was Englands first convert been changed by leuislatlvo enactment is about well again much lo tho gratifito gold monometallism Now she is the Tho quantity of gold in nn American cation of his many friends Chlckamauga grows in interest Mr llrst to take tho lead in tho movement dollar has been changed twice within Dnn ltichardsoii of our town passed tlio present century by nets of Congress for bimetallism In 187i Congress overthrew tho double through all thoso thrilling scones nnd It in for standard and compelled tho work of tho bojsof this household who nro so Collector Hen Johnson has nil his enemies Col lien has his war measuring values heretofore done by iuterestedwnnt to know Did you know clothes on And they do bay that Ien is two metals to bo done by one of them Betsy Baggs Tho work of measuring or fixing values In my Mnrch Musical World I see a fighter from nway back had been done prior to 1S73 by gold nnd dear old Ben Bolt that sweet quaint Thus the whole mass ballad of Sweet Alico with hair so The Hon Jonas I Wilson is tlio only silver conjointly Since Du Mnurier had Trilby for the Legislature of standard metallic money indicated the brown announced candidate Â¬ in this county How does Mr Wilson price of tho whole mass of salublo com- to Bing it with hyptuotlc voice it is the modities When one half the standard rago ngain just ns it was thirty years ago stand on tho silver question monoy was cast nside the purchasing The B C Circle nut with Mrs D W Fiscal court of this county should power of the other half wns increased or Lewis last Wednw diy who proved her The begin tlio work of having good roads by moro commodities were required to buy appreciation of tho club by serving Can you conceive of nny purchasing tlio turnpike from this place n dollar delicious refreshments Miss Eva Carri change in n ynrdstick which would pro gan was honor o of the occasion and to Hnrdinsburg nnd making the travel Wo think duco similar consequences over it free ticklul tho mental palato by reading a not sketch of our own Mm j Gras ltegion We want every thinking man nnd On last Tuesday Maich fitli Mr P G Hows This J render of the News to read Mr Bryans Wo odor Ono Hundred Dollars Howard Bryan of D II Baldwin put an Estey speech printed in another part of this for nny case of Catanh that cannot bo oigan at my music room I advertised paper Its a true nnd logical exposition cured by Messenger in Wednesdays nnd on Halls Catarrh Cure of tlio silver question F J CHENEY k CO Props Toledo 0 Thursday noon closed nsale witli Mrll We the undersigned have known F J T Peak of near Bock Haven Does it The Legislature of Missouri hns passed Cheney for tho last 15 years nnd believe pay to ndvertiso can be easily answered an act fixing tlio ago of consent for both him perfectly honorable in all business Mny bc only may be Senator Joe This was transaction and financially able to carry Blackburn and Senator Dave mnlo nnd females at 18 years Hills difdono to protect the boys ns well as the out auy obligation mode by their firm ferences can be patched up nnd varnished girls Tho boys of this country need West Sc Ticuax Wholesalo Druggists over but broken friendship is like to protection Toledo O Waldino Kinnan Mar cracked china jou can glue nud cement over tho several parts but underneath vin Wholesalo Druggists Toledo O Mit Clay is not discussing the monoy Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally will nl ways be the fracture especially Mr Clay will acting directly upon the blood nnd mu question In his speeches where gross injustice has been shown find out before ho gets fairly into tho cous surfaces of tho system Price 7c Brother Hagan gave us a good sermon campaign that hell havo to discuss it per bottlo Sold by all druggists Tes Inst Sunday He Mrs E Dowdy nnd The peoplo aro discussing it and they timonials free Miss Hnlllo were witli us for dinner will want to hear from Mr Clay Brother Hagan spenks in high terms of PERSIMMON FLAT tlio Vino Grove school nnd says it is the The llev Samuel G Jones of Georgia health of this community is very lief of the place Why cannot wo havo The father of the great evangelist tho Itov one on the samo terms District money Ho was 10 years good nt tills writing Sam Jones is dead Mrs Dowdy is some Miss Jennie lilako was tho guest of and subscription of old nnd wns tho father of five sons nil what improved in health and wo all Ho MissTillio Beavin or HitosltnnSunday whom aro Methodist preachers Mr F A lleavln went ti Hardinsburg hopo will soon bo well leaves behind him WO decendants Prof It P Shuckleit though closely Saturday on business Thomas Moore w ho has been absent confined to duties of tho Hardinsburg One hundred nnd fifty colored Metho College keeps his mind clear nnd abreast dist preachers in conference nt Ilich for some time returned Saturday Alex Hull near Tuckers Flat was in of the times by taking an interest in inond Vn refused to hold a memorial questions of Interest to his party and has scrvico in honor of the lato Frederick tills vicinity on business Saturday Quite n crowd attended the lecture nt proved himself to be n student of finan- Â¬ Douglass Their excuse being Hint it cial Issues as well ns literary subjects took up too much time of the confer- Â¬ St I lose church lust Wednesday night Levi Voyles our clover Constable was In ids lost nrticlo he dived beneath the ence at James Johnsons last week on busi surface and brought up somo pearls to examine Ho impresses mo as being Our correspondents will have to ex- ness Alex Hall was the guest of Miss Fan free from injustice nnd not chained and cuse us this week Weve taken up n good deal of their spnro witli editorials nio Bowman of Jolly Station last Sun- Â¬ shncklcd by that giant Prejudice Thank you most cordially Sirocco for something wo dont often do This Is day Miss Lucy Johnson of llltus Hun your brave defense I am glad to know done however merely to let peoplo know that this paper has nn editor nnd was visiting her parents of this place we have some as gallantKnlghts in this Sunday century as of yo oldon times and who ho will have his say occasionally Mrs Caleb Hawkins and daughter nre ns ready to run tho gauntlet when There nro C000 negro voters In Now Miss Jessio were in Cloverport shopping tho glove is thrown I agreo with you not one word is ueceesary fioni me ex Â¬ York City Mayor Strong tlio recently Saturday Mnrloti Weatherholt and Miss Lulu cept I w ish to state explicitly again that mayor lias appoint- Â¬ elected llepublican ed one out of that number to an ofiico Tuto nro visiting friends near Toblnsport Mrs C SGrlnuells recital was an entire n perfect success nnd which eau bo proved worth 720 n year A llepublican negro Ind nt this writing What has become of our Holt corres Â¬ by her staunch Democratic and Repub Â¬ in New York doesnt seem to faro much Wo have not heard from him lican patrons who were presout I only better than a llepublican negro in Ken- pondent tucky when it comes to dishing out the through the columns of the News for hope tho editor of the Leader may ever some time pronounco tho came of his sheet nnd o dices Farmors hnvo begun preparing for can verify the nssortlon We hnvo advocated tho building of another largo crop of tobacco nnd from Chamberlains Cough Itemedy gives good roads in the county until any the wny It is selling now it will bo still the best satisfaction of any cough medi Â¬ further suggestion upon tho matter lower in price Tho following school report of district cine I handle and as a seller leads all would scoui to bo a waste of words The other preparations in this market I Fiscal court meets next month and they Number 77 ending March f was kindly furnished us by tlio teacher F A recommend it because it is the best may or may not take up the matter medicine I ever handled for coughscolds Wo think it worth considering however lleavln The report is made from the daily recitations conduct attendance and croup A W Baldridge Millers and there is ono thing very certain that vllleIII For sale by A It Fisher our farming lauds will not improve much and uu oral examination at the closo of Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Board the month in value until good roads aro obtained Hardlusburg Ky Grado fourth Lalllo Manning 014 Walter King 01 Bertha Hawkins 033 Mr G W Smith of Guiton placed an JIu Hkscy Body has been promoted Manning IK Myrtle Beavin 02 advertisement in this paper of a Horse to the position of Chief of tho Stamp Kunlce 83 Tho contract was for Division Treasury Ddpartuiont Wash Â¬ John Carter 87J Juno Carter to Farm Out Grade Third Willlo Fouts 025 Net four Insertions costing him 1 The ad ington Tho Washington correspondent Mr lloyd tie Manning 02 Evlyn King 02 Genio was Inserted for one week and did its of tho Courier Journal says 01 Carrie Beavin DO Lillie work Mr Smith wrote for Gods sake has madoa most excellent officer and his Beavin Johnson fcO Irvin Beavin 81 Â¬ promotion is in lino of civil servica re take it out as I am over run with horse-Â¬ Mary Carter 80 Leona men Grade Mr lloyd Is a Haw kinsSecond and I dont want people to come to form pure and simple M This most excellent gentlemen in every sense my house and be disappointed Grade First llallio Hawkins 01 of the word and his promotion will meet Bernard Beavin 61 Ida Walker 87 shows what a little ad in the News will do Mr Smith might have rode his with hearty approval by all who know Nat Johnson 80 These averages aro made from actually horse for a week at an expense of time him kept dally records of attendance behav- Â¬ and money and not found a customer Again Powder ior and recitations the list It Is that sick Â¬ If on have anything to soil tho people ROYAL while others ket some Oir Uavtalng ness am last wero almost perfect when at want the Nkws can mighty toou Awl Wghtt of all la who you a customer atrftgth s avMwMt Report their i hwees Snbicrlptlon Frio 1100 a Year In Advanca IfTald at tin Kndofthw Year 125 Woolfok is voy much Patitnger Dally rr lUrJInibarg aomo 1ST Pmtmer Dully rr tlerdlnibnrt UilI pm Ti4 m kRoy SIX PAGES Â¬ y County Court next Monday Prof Hays of Brandenburg Is in tho city T O IO wis has gouo into tlio egg and poultry business 1 60 down Buckel plow shoes worth to 100 at Witts It Is just two months until another Circuit Court sits W S Beard was in Louisville last week buying goods Judge Milton Board was in Louisvillo a few days last week Julian Brown will run an excursion to Louisvillo April Gth Full lino of ladles slios worth 175 for 125 nt J A Witts Â¬ Â¬ Matthias Miller returned from Hancock county last Friday General lino of merchandise for almost your own prico at Witts John Ituby shoes for ladles and gen- Â¬ tlemen going at cost at Wits All prices quoted by me aro for cash or country produce J A Witt J E Monarch thinks he will move to Owensboro about the first of May Owcnsboro jeans pants tho best in tho world only 1 35 a pair at Witts Mens Congress plow shoes worth 175 now going at 1 25 at J A Witts All persons indebted to mo must como forward nnd settlo at ouco J AWitt Waymoud Furrow of Cloverport has rented a farm near Kirk and moved to it Charley Mattingly has qualified as administrator of Joseph Mattlngjys es Â¬ tate Ed Pulliam who killed a preacher in Hancock county has escaped from the asylum Leave your subscription and all other business for tho News office with V G Babbage Hardinsburg was brought Sam Duncan colored here last week from Buras on tho charge of vagrancy and lodged in jail Mrs Eliza Taylor after a two weeks stay with friends here returned to her home at Kosetta lost Thursday Jack Williams and wife colored go to jail until May on the charge of murder They will have a closo call for tho pen You can buy a watch at Kincheloes cheaper now than you ever did boforo or ever will again March right in nnd buy one Focian Guthrie colored bought the vacant lot out near the depot last week nt 250 Ho purchased of Itov Ham- mon Â¬ Hardinsburg Cain has Bold his horso to the Irv- Ington Milling Company Misses Mattlo Leo Moorman nnd Al berta Drury aro visiting at O H Drurys Dr J O Bush spent several days in our town this week Frank Morton our fine poultry man is laying plans for wofy in his lino of business It takes two to sell a Dishwasher in our part of tlio country Our merchants have improved their respective places of business and the new goods are lovely and tho proprietors are Bmillng and accommodating Tho farmers are getting to work nicely and hoping for a prosperous year Wo havo had d ouths and freezes and ice until in spite of best laid plans wo aro having a tough tlmo to feed to grass March bohaves very well with us so far Just ono day last Friday has alio acted lion like Rev Snyder failed to put in his ap-Â¬ pearance at liis appointment hero March Oth and 10th Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway nnd Mrs Blanford visited Mrs Z T Stith Wed Â¬ nesday Theso two ladies bo seldom do such a thing that we felt disposed to look for an unusual occurrence of thoelements Dr Bob Stith is stopping with Z T Stith Dick Hardaway was around Saturday looking for marketable stock He re- Â¬ ports such very scarce Forrest Stith and family of Guston spent Sunday witli the family of Adol phus Jordan I thought tho other day that perhaps the millennium was dawning I heard two Liego Lords admit that they and not their wives wero guilty of n piece of extravagance To night on account of tlio rain wo aro deprived both of the Ep worth Lcnguo meeting and a view of tho eclipse Mary Blanford Blanche Jolly Mattle Leo Moorman Overton Blanford Roy Cain and Tom Lyddan spent Sunday evening with Lena Drury I am told they had a delightful time spending the evening in making recitations and sing- Â¬ ing I heartily approve of tho exercises and commend that social gatherings generally tako on a literary turn Sabbath School at half past nine was our only service March 10 Our Sunday School Is decidedly improved both in attendance and interest since tho very The topic to day cold weather ceased The Ricli Young Ruler was unusually Golden Rod interesting to us Â¬ Spring 1895 Our Dry Goods Dress Goods Laces Ribbons Trimmings and Embroideries complete y i Spring Line To be opened this week will be the shown in 4 most ever Cloverport Whether a buyer or not we will be pleased to show you through VEST EMBROIDERIES CHIUTZ ROYALTY J Richard Adkisson wns hero ono day last week to get out a search warrant for parties who had been stealing his corn nnd tobacco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Baking The sudden death of Dr J B Co tt roll was received here with general feelings of regret The Doctor was well known nt this place Tlio Masons contemplate having a celebration hero Juno 24 St Johns day All the lodges in the county will unite nnd the day will be a success Jailer Gus Shellman has more board- Â¬ ers than usnal There nre seven pris oners now behind the bars and Gus thinks tho number will increase Stuart DeJarnette writes brck from Missouri that he likes the country and that his family is well pleased with their now location and that he has a fine girl born Feb 20 Ed Beard has purchased the property near tho depot which formerly belonged to his father The carpenters are finish Â¬ ing tho dwelling house on it which was begun sometime ago Col L Green Falls of Rough was hero a few days ago The Colonel is running one of tho largest saw mills at tho Falls that there is in this country He is sawing a great quantity of lumtar If tho people in the country want to hear somo good seimons during tlio week they should not fail to hear Rev Bigham He is one of the greatest evangelists in the Louisville Conference Cy Barrens colored of Cloverport was divorced at Febiuary court from his wife Annie Barnes Mrs Matilda Stith was not so fortunate The court deferred action on her case until May term To all of my old friends and patrons I am still repairing watches clocks and all articles ailed to tho jewelery trade Bring your work best at reasonable cost Yours truly Son T O Lewis Rev S K Breeding begins a revival at tho M E Church South this week He will be assisted by the Rov Bigham Rev Bigham is an evangelist of great power and tho community will be treat- Â¬ ed to somo fine sermons during his stay Said a gentleman the other day Why is it that a thing once gets in the News it is known far and wido by everybody The reason la plain in the county Nearly every family In the county takes tho News and those who are not sub scrllurs read it just the same Miss Mary McGary died at ler homo in this place last Friday Miss McGary had been a sufferer for many months Slio was a sister of Mrs Tleff apd much loved among those who knew her Tho funeral services took place at the Catholic church Rev Father Gabe officiating Mr Frank Smith fresa the neighbor Â¬ hood of Big Spring was here last Satur Â¬ day Being a Democrat Mr Stalth got into the land slide we had last fall The shock was felt very perceptibly la his country he says but he thinks the boys will rally before another call Mr Snltl is a prosperous farmer ami at Um takes a lively interest ki polkito Dr Some folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is no better than the common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves that its the best on earth For sale by Haynes Cloverport Dr R Short II McMullin McDanlelsjM Meyer Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in the line of Surveying A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irv corners a specialty Breckenridge county solicited Â¬ Also a Notary Public ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield ledgements of deeds at time of survovinc if parties desireand can take tho acknowit Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Address at Hardinsburg Ky COUNTY SUEYETOE Vnil PAU MMC MflUCV TUU bAn mflnE IflUntl jjf jfto EKRON Business is improving rapidly so our enterprising merchants say Mr J D Babbage was a passenger on the East bound train Saturday Mr J T Jones and wife wero the cuests of Mr and D R Shacklett Sun day Jack Trent of Brandenburg spent Sat urday night and Sunday with J A Wimp S J Brown has begun dlging cellar and laying foundation for his new store house Thomas Ditto a prominent farmer be low Brandenburg was in town one day last week Dr Payne of Tip Top Hardin county was the guest of Mr Tom Roberts Thurs day night We hear that Mr Win Hilf will build a store house and dwelling hero in the near future Fifty pupils were enrolled at the Ekron College last Monday This looks like success Miss Hildla Mattingly returned from Owensboro Friday and was the guest of Mrs R S Dowell Mc II Richardson camo down from Louisville Saturday night returning Sunday with his wife and baby Mrs J D Roberts and little Zada Nichols left for Jollys Station Thursday to visit friends and relatives for several days Miss Rena Smith and brother Gene of Stony Point and Mr Knott Payne of Ekron were tho guests of Mr W J Shacklett and sister Rena Sunday A very interesting program for the Literary next Friday night A mock All who wish breach of promise suit to witness something amusing come out Professors Roberts and Courtney are making a great e libit to establish a good school at this place and to say they are succeeding is putting it light They have enrolled fifty pupils We will just say to those who wish a business course or prepare themselves for teaching will do well to correspond witli the above named men By shipping to Herndon Carter Company Commission Merchants Louisville Ky because they arc the largest and most re- Â¬ liable commission merchants and because they can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper A trial shipment solicited Write to thein 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- Â¬ signments General correspondence solicited Bargains in - Watches During tho months of MARCH and APRIL tffEMEMBR THE MONTHS MARCH I will cut prices on all my Watches Thoy will be so low that you cannot como and seel til I them without carrying away a valuable and linnutffnl wafMi tn vnur nnMrnf fnmn r and see mo I I will tako pleasure in showing in stock and APRIL you anything I havo James Kincheloe THE JBWBLBR 2ST2iATB HARDINSBURG KY Jk BE CURED 5LHJK - SARSAPARILLA iP PPIimA5 the wldly known pecial JLVe7earVudJr b that Perfectedsaw i mL treatment ring- ahe can il permanent Jt2re itfSick Mi Price thattoaaton fhriCnViierh0e llriSf 7i luI1 Tboan4s ate araHlnc them KlITM lf wietm0ureou treatment All opportunity and hun file allowing- tae Ae Treated Chrnla LIVIR AIM Dis fir JL CATARRH THOUBlleHIAKTeTQM ACH BRONCHIAk BCtmlll AND IUN4 CWIl oiecAeca trturar nc Ncnvoun rxHAuariaN KIN DtCAeC nHtu MATItM ANB MIUAAIMA Swallow It That is the best way to take a Ripansr Tabula best because the most pleasant For liver and stomaoh disorders Ripans Tabules are the most efflwtive BEST BLOOD PURIFIER in Ike world It cures NenrotMneM Dyt peptia Sick Headache Both Tetter Scrof ula ind every trouble arlitatr from bd bleod TrytaBdburctQKetlNMtV The beat and matt acicntiletreatHMnt fat UU1CK ana nfaunni cur iuiihImJ New traatawst tar P1LKS and UtCkKS Young or old men au String from KWNtr l4 UAia uaiNAnv wiiahi aieoo iteei- - Fsrsak A R FISHER by Br eta ot aii haa aaeodated AleuairmiallaU who with him aaMt rauMHt arafully Dmglit CIIsmpnrt wty to Ky TraataMaitluntlabad at the lowreaea remedy in faotJie standard WAMTID TotrutaXt skaafOsManil wtpn a KOd yauaf k mm at awn Mt M a wHI 2T1KIIHMITN - Prto4 Crtm Btktag Pw4w All fK a tab ytl 1W Jimum IT - MSBICINE CO t --- CHKAtO k MP w f11 fJIWRV t tFFft lspflpif THR BHEiOKHNElI3DQEi NAPOLEON N EVS GLOVERPORT 3Y A Good Joke on Mug Severs Hosktta Bather a lntig nbo inch nt ws related to us ly Mr J hti f laton which occurred on tho Tixis roads v era days ago Mr Slnton Allen Dtnn nnd Mug Severs wero passengers sitting together tho seats being reversed throning them face to faco They wero discussing tho topics of tho day when their attcrton was drawn toward a stranger who seem Â¬ ed to bo rather tho worso for liquor try ing to go from tho smoking coach into tho ladies coach Whilo on tho plat- Â¬ form between tho two ccachcs tho fel Â¬ lows lint was blown ofl which created qulto ft laugh especially from our party of three nnd Mr Severs in particular mnde ninny remarks about country cuss es and green horns Tho stranger aban doned tho idea of going into the ladles coach turned and camo back into the smoking coach In passing Mr Slaton said to him friend you seem to have lost Yes siranswered tho strangyour hat er Mr Slaton still talking to him saiJ Right there pointing to Mr Severs sits tho adjuster of tho road either make him givo you a now lint or givo you his it seems to bo n now one Tho stranger looked nt Mr Severs nnd set Ing tho empty sent behind him sat down In it reached over took Mr Severs hat from off his head placed it upon his own remarking it was an elegant tint and a splendid fit Addressing Mr Severe the Mr man asked how far ho was going Severs said Henderson how far do you Owensboro Is my point let me go wear tho hat ono half the distance you Mr Severs til 1 all right the other half No said I wear it the first half though the man I get off at Owensboro I would not get to wear it at all Well let mo make you another proposition Ill give you fifty cents and wear tho hat the firtt half of tho way cr you givo me fifty cents and you wear it the first half of time Mr Severs still would not agree The mon talked on upon various subjects when in duo time the train whittl Mr Slatou8 destination ed at Mr Slaton went out upon the platform beforo tho train stopped and was follow- Â¬ ed by the stranger still wearing Mr So vers hat Mr Slaton got off tho train and upon turning round beheld the stranger too Mr Slaton says tho roar of laughter nt Mr Severs expenso by tho people on the train could bo heard above tho nolso of tho train Mr Severs cursing tho country green horn and tho people laughing how tho country green horn got away with Mr Severs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 BONAPARTE Tho BllJLworid Judgement on Hoods Pro nounced by Squire Fogg somo weeks ago Is ablo to bo out onco tnoro Miss Maud Lyors of Fordsvllle spent Military Studied Begun In the School of Brienne f HIS WAR GENIUS FORESHADOWED mSSm ft Defiant In Manner He Incurred the Animosity of His Fellows Arrested for Challenging a Schoolmate Baltlo of tho Snow Fort Copyright 1R05 UaKftnSfflBa4l9raHvwJ Doslrod to Lead Not Follow tion to lads with tho glonm of military glory in their brains they wrro woro dullness and olifuscatiotit Tho coureos of study wero mathematics geography history Latin modern languages phi Â¬ losophy and such poor misnamed scionco as might bo squeezed from tho sponge of clerical dogmatism in tho eighteenth century Such was tho disciplinary faro which Ho was offered to tho boy Napoleon was now far removed from friends nnd kinsmen Ho niado tho acquaintance of his schoolmates ndmirod ono of thorn Bouricnut and sooiued to lovo an other Des Mazls buthischaractor and manner wcro rocks of offeiiso to tho rest of tho hundred and fifty Nothing more striking has bocn presented in personal annals than tho contrast which tho poor Corsicau lad with his solemn face long stiff black hair haughty expression close shut Italian mouth solitary prido of boaring nnd unfashionablo in Â¬ sular suit afforded to tho throng of noblo mooking effeminates among whom ho was Washed up as from tho soa On his entrance into the acadomy which was a clean wcll ordored placo Nnpolcon brought from tho Abbo Chardon certificates of moderato profl oioucy mid tho usual charaotcr sketch of himself as n pupil But nothing pro tected him from tho inano animosity of his follows Thoy jeerod nt him in n manner that would havo driven a loss resoluto spirit to despair Had ho been complaisant ho might easily havo won poaco if not popularity but his defiant air seemed to challenge tho attneks of tho contemptuous crowd Deep down in tho situation lay tho provocation of poverty Tho boy per coivod tho disparagement to which he was subjected on this scoro nnd it mad doned him not n Uttlo His most trou blesomo characteristic was this that ho would not follow in anything Ho would lead Ho would bo first or nothing As sumption of leadership nnd tho air of it brought on him still groator contumely Tho bitterness of tho situation sorao times camo to tho vergo of bloodshed Onco ho got himsolf arrested for chal lenging another to fight him on account of an insulting remark about his futhor Tho sullen boy wont muttering to tho gnard houso Nor was ho restored to condition until Marboouf had interceded in person with tho authorities Out of this epoch come somo woll known stories of tho student Bonaparto nt Brionne In course of time his -cadets understanding him hotter bocamo first tolerant and thon friendly Friendship in tho caso of tho proud nnd arbitrary cadet meant subjection to his will Whilo ho could not bo companion ablo in sports ho could and would com- Â¬ mand Tho oxistenco of tho tradition about his dividing his fellows into two armies building a fort in win tor out of snow building it too according to tho principles of good engineering mak ing a siego with snowballs for bombs and with all thq seriousness of Genghis Khan carrying tho placo by storm may Woll attest his disposition pnd growing ascendonoy at tho acadomy Tho young Napoleon remained at Bri enno from April of 1770 to thoyoar 1784 Tho iuspoctor Koralio coming from Paris to tho military school discernod in tho slender cadet from Ajaocio tho hints of promise Tho tnotbod was in such cases to send np studonts from tho minor acadomios to thp Military School of Paris Sometimes promotion was made diroctly to the navy and this was considered n great honor It appears that tho inspector would havo had Cadot Bonaparto sent to tho floot but tho off- Â¬ icer died beforo his wish could bo fulfill Â¬ ed Accordingly at tho end of Napoloons course at Brienno ho was recommended for promotion to tho military sohool in Paris At this time namely In 1784 whon Napolepn was in his sixteenth year ho was personally described by tho M Inspector in tho following terms do Bonaparto Napqloou born August 15 1760 Height 4 plods 10 poucos 10 lignes l metre 60 centimetres 8 rulllf metres 5 feet S7 inchos is in tho fourth class of good constitution excellent health mild disposition mis- Â¬ take there Inspector Is upright grateful conduct very regular has boon always distinguished for his application to mathematics is fairly acquainted with history and goography is weak in all accomplishments very truo Mon Â¬ sieur de Keraliol and Latin Ho will make an excellent sailor deserves pro- Â¬ motion to tho Military School in Paris Tho character of tho young Napoloon at this period of his careor rovoals Iu ono thing a depth and far off sigh that might well havo belonged to tho force- Â¬ i ful years of his maturity The thiug re Â¬ lated to Joseph his brother As early as the coming to Autun Napoleon excog- Â¬ itated tho sohemo to lodge his brother on the safe lodgo of tho priesthood Thus would he havo him out of his wayl Given a military career for both and Joseph mast be by seniority beforo him But nothing shall be beforo him Arguments lt for Itickellea are found why Joeoph shall eater Jjfee Church riee to distinctly be aMoHeeiguew and by way defend support and advanee Shot prospects of the family of fiaosa parte As for me I will accept the hard ships of the military life and maybe totoetbUg beyond I There are on xeeerd several mW poHwnnpatIort written byjha yaug qafulft atrojigjjr urging WWiesfa oWH aatbe oe thing writ able advauugraq fejr oiepi- - vtr fa tare kie of Nanles or Ekwiii otboth willingly obedient to the imperial seep fa shall testify to our weeefaioe and otharly wisdom I John Cuamc Kippath To be Coatiaaed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fellowÂ¬ by John Clark RldpnthJ pean history It was tho capital of tho bravo JEdumis whom Crcsar ovoroamo in tho first year pf tho Gallio war Na- Â¬ poleon in his tenth year arrived ut tho gates Ho was pnt under ohargo of tho Abbo Chardon nophow of tho General Marboouf Tho latter devoted bimsolf to tho interests of tho Buonaparte family and paid a part of tho expanses Aleanwhilo tho father and Marbocuf had gono to Versailles and woro assidu Â¬ ous in thoiroftorts to get tho boys estnb- - old town of Autun lies on Clio loft bank of thoArroux 104 miles south oast of Purii Horo tlio boys Buona pnrto wore put to school iu January of 1770 Tho town is an epltomo of EuroÂ¬ jTho III Autun and Brienne following testimonial comes from T M Fogg-- Esq who ts well known throughout Ken- Â¬ tucky as court justice and justice of thepcacs tor Bath county Ills words should layokt ths eonfldenes of all who read his letteri I Hood Co Lowell Masst I wilt say for Hoodi 8arsaparllla I bcllere It to be the best medicine In the world Iu the winter ot 02 1 had a bad case ot the grip which left my system In tery bad shape I tried every Â¬ thing I could find nnd got no relief In the fall of the same year I bought a bottle of Hoods Barsaparllla The first dose I took Th Tutsday night and Wednesday with Mrs Hen Storm Since the weather has opened up you can onco moro hear tho hum of machin- Â¬ ery at this place Passed nway Death claims ono of the most prominent farmers in Bicckcnridgo county At 2 oclock Thursday Feb 14th 1605 surrounded by his loving wlfo and daughter and many friends Mr Sam Davison one of our most dis Â¬ tinguished and highly ifonored citizens peacefully posses from this lifo at 210 BfCckenridge Strett Owensboro Ky He suffered from an abcess for seven long weeks Everything that could bo done by loving hands was done for his relit f but God thought best to call him away BABBAGE Wo nro after business Big reduction in GENTS Furnishing Goods Take advanlngo of this sale it will last a Mado a Docldcd Chango for the better When I began taking the first bottle my weight was 127 pounds the lightest By the time the second bottle sine manhood Ills remains wcro brought to his homo near Falls of Rough whero tho funeral ook place coidictoJ by Rev W W Lambuth pastor of tho X E Church of which church our deceased friend was a member after which tho body was en- Â¬ tered nt tho family grnvo yard Ho leaves a wife two sons and three daugh Â¬ ters to mourn his death We tender our heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family As a husband and father ho was al wnjs true kind and affectionate as a Sam Davison was readily ncogniz ed by all as a leader of this community he Lotng over ready and willing to do nnything that mluht be for tho upbuild Â¬ ing of his county or for the good of the people therein Mr Davson was kuonn throughout this part of tho country nnd was loved and honored by nil who knew him Wo again extend our deepest sympa Â¬ thies to tho mourning family and pray that Qod may over hereafter bless them and that wo may all finally meet our deceased friend in the better world abovo whero wo shall know no parting clt-iz- -n mimmmmmmmmmmmm I0NLY TWO WEEKS had been used my weight was 1C3 pounds I ewe all this to Hoods Barsaparllla and I gladly recommend It to all sufferers T M Foao Justice of the Teace Sharpsburg Kentucky biliousness HoodssCures Hoods Pills SIROCCO cure Urer Ills constipation Jaundice sick headache Indigestion Best Hermsdorf black socks worth 25 and 40 cts now going at - oG Best note paper 5 cts a quire Best white envelopes 3 cts Enormous per package NATOtEON AT TWENTT TWO r M Hshod as ponsionors Tho solicitation was that tho young fellows should bo educated at tho espenso of tho state JIarbocnf invented n lotion flocked with fact about tho nobility of his wards nnd tho petition was granted Anally as to Napoleon But Joseph had now passod tho limit of his olovonth yoar nnd was no longer eligible unless by violation of law Ho must thoreforo bo divortod to tho priesthood whilo tho younger brothor was assigned at tho public ofiargo to tho military acadomy on tho right at bank of tho Aubo in tho department of tho sauio name n hundrod and eighteen miles from Paris Thither ho was trans- Â¬ ferred in tho latter part of April 1771 and was admitted as a cadet At Autun tho chief business had been to teach him French Ho applied him Â¬ self closely to this task but not very Ho learned to spoak successfully ircncii broKomy with an Italian no con To the end of his life be never ac quired a nico knowledge of tho adopted tongue His grammar was broken his composition thunderstruck and his spoiling heretical His praatioal knowl edge of tho language which he was des tinod to nso for forty two years in his intorcqursowith mou was sufficient but his mind was never tolorent of techni- Â¬ calities This trait of neglecting tho exactitudes was strongly manifested from Napo leons childhood Ho went as far as tho practical in whatever subject ho touch Â¬ ed but having seized thus much ho carod for nothing else Ho desired cor- Â¬ rectness in others for that was useful to him but as for him sol f ho wanted only aggregate results and a kuowledgo of Mhoir practical advantage All authors have commented on tho inaccuracies and lapses in tho Napoleonic correspondence and manuscripts It bocamo his habit to slur over in his rapid way the errors in his writing and his arrogance Boom ed to convinco him that whilo corroot spelling was an accomplishment in ped agogues it was rather a fault in great men Tho young Bonaparte is described by his master as being of solemu demeanor rarely laughing novor happy or mirth Â¬ ful no disposition for playing proud and solitary easily wonnded always rosentful learning with llghtning liko rapidity but stopping short of correctness vain of Us faculties patriotism almost morbid disliking the powerful foreign raco with which his lot had been cast looking back regretfully to Corsi- Â¬ ca and most unboyliko thinking raoro of his country than ho lid of bis homo and mother Already beforo leaving Autun too palo littlo Bonaparto fell into froquent quarrels with his French schoolmates about tho Corsicnn revolution I They him with tho chargo that his countrymen had been cowards elso they would havo won their Independ ence To this ho answerod npgrily that if tho Fronoli had outnumbered his peo ple only four to ono tho invaders would have been dofcatcd Military calculation already I Tho military academy at Driennewns one of ten of like kind recently estab Â¬ lished in tho kingdom Besides iheeo thero wero two higher sohools ono nt Paris and tho other at La Flecho This systom had superseded auotbor which had failod on acconut of its unpopular ity Tho military education and tho right thereto ww n nlpm-- for M4 aobloe Spy of the Tbird Eatato had therein no part or lot Iu tho schools wcro gathorod the weakened reproductions of n moribund nobility Tho governors of the school were even oa tho cadets The iustita Uotta deguerated until there wx a pop Tlar motion against thorn There was a reform headed by the Church New schools were established and monks were put in ohargo of thero I At the time when tbe Doy ttapoMou went toBrlenue the remarkable condi Â¬ tion wm presented of a system of mili Â¬ tary BohooM la charge of the moaaMlo faibeuL The Brienne aqademy was oon daotetl by the Minim Vathregpod mp iu their way but as woorbea oMnnira- Bricnno-la-Chapollo t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gabe Brown left for Daviess county last week in search of fortune Sll Arnold moved from tho Woodson farm last week but wo failed to learn his destination Uncle William Haynes is qulto feeble confined to his bed tho most of the time He is in his 70th year Tho Hay farm south of Sirocco has changed hands again It falls into tho hands of another Louisville man Mr Kolb Charley twelve year old son of John M Haynes weighed 203 lbs tho other day aftor worrying through a spell of sickness Boyd Haynes is at homo again afttr remaining two weeks with his father 5quiio D R Haynes who is now im Â¬ proving nicely After suffering two years with paralysis undo Dan Burkhart has now added to his afllictior catarrh but ho bears up well without a murmur patiently await Â¬ ing the timo ot his Master for his faith is explicit Yours truly Sandy Hill Siroccos at the same old stand but about run out O or an earthquake a cyclono of news or something to break this dreadful monotony If Hardlnsburg will only bounce mo Ill be in tho fight Charge Chester charge I Our merchant Chas Morgun is striv- Â¬ ing hard to keep tho Ark moving but la grippe has almost got him down in fact he is compelled to stretch his weary limbs to rest occasionally during tl o day Bush Thornsberry is out again after wrestling with yellow jaundice nnd la grippo all during the fall and winter His cheeks aro not of roseato huo as of yore and being as tender as a spring chicken methlnks tho March winds will impart a color in keeping with his tawny mustache which nods and bends to tho His vivacious spirits are fast freezes returning and Bush will soon bo his old self again The Cox farm seems doomed to be the John Brown habitation of bachelors and Mack Pike have superceded tho Rice boys and are now enjoying tho blessings pertaining to lifo in a bachelors hall I havo several times been in tho act of reporting John married but be fore my communication was sent off I would learn that I had been misinform- Â¬ ed but Ill get him yet for Im satisfied that he has his head sot Comic valentines still amuse many and aggravate somo at this office They pass and repass through tho mall long after the days of grace havo passed I never sent but one of the pesky things in my life and that was drawn and painted by my own lianl The recipient was as much amused as myself over it guessed aright who sent it I acwe had a big knowledge tho corn Strange laugh over it and all Was well to say I never received ono in my life that is a comic valentine 1 Â¬ Â¬ Dr Bells Pino Tar Honoy is dlfferen from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for sale by Short Haynes Clovcrport Di R II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras j Geo Hoysor Con Â¬ stantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowloyvllle Ky W E Brown irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky cut of 5 cts Tablets ch ice for 3 cents Some pretty designs in Windsor Ties worth 25 choice for CLIFTON MILLS Farmers were delighted to get in a few days last weok Garfield Wick Norton attended church at Clifton Sunday Jefl Jolly has the boss pjant bed it being 0 feet wide and 102 feet long Miss Emma Wheeler visited at Mrs Fqnnio OrondufTs ono day lost week Rev II C Hook filled his regular ap pointments at Clifton Saturday Satur day night and Sunday Some persons are talking of sowing oats at onco our advise would be to keep your grain in boxes a few days yet Miss Emma Wheoler accompanied Miss Nellio Shaw home from church Sunday whero she will visit a fow days A collection was raised at Clifton church last Sunday to purchase Sunday school literature for tho quarter begin ing April the first Mr Jos Cary Rock Vale attended church at Clifton Sunday and will re Â¬ main a few days to visit his and daughter Mr and Mrs Sherman Livingston Jubel McCoy died Feb 20th of con jestive chill lie had been a great suf-Â¬ ferer for moro than a year bavin had a severe attack of erysipelas from which ho had not fully recovered bis former strength and when the la grippo fasten- Â¬ ed on him his Illness was short resulting in death Tho Clifton Sabbath school will open up tho first Sunday in April and every one in tho community of every denomi- Â¬ nation will be welcomed and cordially invited to take part Consider will and bear in mind that much depends upon each one and this work is to prospor all Interests and elevate society son-in-la- I I 7n I Ui FREE 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 To shield our countrys enemies the guilty parties the well authenti- Â¬ cated 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 papers for the coming season to include The way to euro a cough is to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey the Enquirer that costs only 100 a Issued twice a week cuts loose the mucous heals the lungs year Liberal commissions and cash re Â¬ and bronchial tubes qalckly Cures grip cough in one night For sale by Short wards given to club raisers Sample HaynesCloverport Dr R II McMul- Â¬ copies free Enquirer Company lin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Cincinnati O A Taylor Geo Hoyser Constantino Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewjoy vllle Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKy Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R E Morris Big Spring Ky Â¬ Â¬ If you should need a box of fine writing paper get -G it now former price cut to 25c Our stock UNDERWEAR 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¬ braces the very lastest and very cheap i 41 GIVE US A CALL Jno C D Babbage BABBAGE Manager PTJLLIAM ESCAPES AQAIN The WOMEN IN DOUBT USIO Hawesville Â¬ Â¬ To say something is one thing to Wo cant prove prove it is another hat Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is tho best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it If you do this and dont agrf o with us you get your money back Haynes Clover For salo by Short McDanlels port Drv R II MoMullin M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett iSc Co Bewley vllle Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Gailleld Kvj A R Morris Hln Spring Crazy Murderer Once Mote At m m Large PENNYROYAL frMfrfrfrM-W-M-M-frM-fr WAFERS Tho first of American News- Â¬ Daily by mail - - 6 a yr Daily Sunday by mail8 a yr - - - SI a yr The Weekly f Ed Pulliam the Hancock county luna- Â¬ tic escaped from tho Western Asylum Wednesday afternoon for ihe third time It will bo romombered that Tulllam was returned to tho Asylum about three weeks ago haying shot and killed Rev He W B Swope a short tfroo beforo had been at largo for sixteen months He was ngiin sent back and has made fveral attempts to escape during the Wednesday afternoon liint few weeks Ky whilo walking ii the yard with other patients taking exercise n charge of FALLS OrT ROUGH- he suddenly made a thn attendant Huccesa to the Nbws preak or liberty and escaped fretn the premises and disappeared Ho la still at L Green went to Hardlnsburg Friday he is Â¬ largq and H a not ktwwn where Health Is generally good in this vicinDr Stone has men out looking for him ity at prewut and will leave nothing undone to csp John Reb made a business trip to ture hiro before he leaves tho county Hudson Saturday Hopklnavjlle Kentucky waa II 0 WJnkleWecV o Chieag V with v one day hut ek from Eurl9H Katarday April 6th Wbea Baby was akk we gave K Cww his leg broke WUa the w a CMJ she eried far CfaitorU Daylee whe had Albert f COLUMBIA PAD CALENDAR Por o e a papers OHARLES A DANA Editor The Sunday Sun la tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in tbe 1895 You Need Tho American Constitution world thoAmerican Idea the Ameri Â¬ can Spiiit These first last Prlco5cacopy By mall 2 a year AtldrcmiTlIi SUM Jiew York and all the time forever aSk It SjfiHj liBP M sSr TI a rJHw mttrhr to ait aibf JtvS Biking Oovt Rtpori Children Cry for Wbt sWMwJshe4gtOMted tfcew OatfetU yVfcea at UU GbMrea kU and pn sketches 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traitor to his comrades nud Theyre dread In what llifvo gottoecald I ho leopard In a rage his cause Thcro nro throo varieties oT ducks thnt March 12 165 LOUIBVUIiK KY What maVouchngo your fpoUroqulckt aro kopt for market Tlio others nro Mhs Bnggs for it wna sho had pass Â¬ said tlio monkey la his cage Bhtppan should mark all pseksge plainly nervous dread aacausrs It aald the leop- Â¬ mainly kopt for thoir ornnmoutal qualied mnuy pickets had experienced many Its with shippers name and poit offlct address ard In a rage ties Thcso nro tho Roucus so called bo lucky escnpes Sho had browbeaten offiBUTTER For theyve gtren old Tip plzen j they are dos cnuso thoy camo originally from tho discers nud hud cozcuod soldiers Sho had In him today Choice country gono througli n dozen places whero a Ills legs are growln weaker and his hide Is trict nbont Rouou Frnnoo tho Ayles Aieaiam MtMIHIMMI get I In gray bury from Aylesbury Euglnud and tho Creamery man would jmroly hnvo been nrrostod 20 g 3i Hal rolutions with her Jnkoy consontod have lost their SQ0B And now nftcr passing so many dan His ejesmore eat hay In Inkle nnd holl nev Â¬ FokingH first importod n fow years ngo er Fresh to doliver th noto to tlio maid nnd wait Â¬ gor on tho very evo of success sho 13 14 sud For theyre dosln Tip there dosln hltn with from Poking ycoTRiOMrifl9 tr amcaica mza association BRANS ed to fco if tuero was nny reply Allco denly found hcrgclf in tho most critical Tho Roucns nro exact counterparts in Michigan hand picked plien to 22 fi returned nnd caiil that her mistress of nil color of thn common wild mallard of situations sho had over been This ia no loss ndUoa Navy 1 7 to 2 00 When tho servant disappeared Jliss othur mtirod Jllsaimportant than tho would bo down iu n moment Presently placed tho 1 00 to 1 20 America and no doubt doscendod from Old or Common and colored Baggs in It is clear sho Bnggs turned tlio key iu tlio luck nnd entered dressed iu n morning wrap FKATUEBfl this varioty though tho loug timo that from both that Kosecrans has perempto Meaiiwhilo tho long legs of Bobby then carefully oxninliiecl tlio wnlln with ry orders to ndvnnce 35 n 33 has olapsod sinco they wero first domos Prime white gooia and Burnsido is por Leo wero gotting over tho ground at Mixed n viow to discovering if thoro wero 15 30 Jnkey sho paid taking tho boy by au nstouishing pace It was not tho trl ticated has increased thoir eiza and do- ordered to join him I must get this jflHjXLJKMvnftiHSSWsiA i o nny oyo could openings through which tho hand nud smoothing tho hair out of angulation of n former race for sport through tho linos nt once From hero I No 1 duok 5 25 w en peer into tho room Her narrow osonpo Ills oyos ecu I rolyonyou to do some GAME must find a way ncross thoTonncssee just with Corporal Ratigan but tho quick tlio Inst of n mimbor of such episode RabblU per doi thing for me 75 if shott jumps of n rnco for Ufa And Squirrels per doi had partly unnerved her and oho sat nbooI Chattanooga theirpowdble mid per 74 Could tho colonel haps may strlko lino connecting Bobby seemed to know tho stake Nev HIDES down in a cnir to rest languidly closing You nro going to tho front and no er in his former flights had his ears boon Rosecrnns headquarters at tin Green rood Lor eyes But not for long Rising sno with front nnd gather iu tho latof t hows It juo can tell what may happen Youll tnrnod back so eagerly to catch tho low 7u vtj can gooa jyt drew from tho pocket of her dres probably luvo to moot your cnoinies o Dry flint good 7 never but every ono knows that thevo is no butter In nil Irains get Is pours nnd Ill got somo timo nud tho colonel says that n tones of his mistress Never had thcro Sheep iklm 20 S 40 can been so much feeling iu that mistress vhllo Im iu luck placo of coucoalnicnt than a womanH POULTRY Collecting her papers sho carefully battlo may 00110 nt nny day I wnnt you voice It was Go ou Bobby I Hood Hem per lb I once was fastened near to lilm pocket a email bundlo of papers said tho to promise mo that if anything should old lioren Get up On 011 on Thats Duckt monkey In hlcage 7 8 Spreading them out on tho table tho tied thorn togother nnd put them iu hor happen totiucoloml you will como hero Tutkeyi alive Ills trunk la checked for far mvay said the a dear boy its lifnnud death with 11m Then turning down tho light leopard In a rage ns fast ns you can and kt mo know of Turktyl dreited iA o drew her chair near it and after onco pocket Bobby n continued stream of broki u sho unlocked tho door mid went down it Do you understand Wo drank our water from one tnnkaald the DIIIKD APPLES AND PEAOIIEa nioro casting her cyo about tho room be words and sentence all of which Bobby monkey In his cage Applet choice bright quarters stairs 6K to Y menu cf th colonel gits hit ou gan to study them seemed to understand nnd net upon ns if Tla bluer drink ho had today said the leopApplea average 414 to th foiead with n cannon ball Miss Baggs had been endeavoring to po ard in a rage Applei old ho had been n human bring CHAPTER X For theyvo glveu old Tip plzen yes plien by Oh Tnkiy dont talk so I mean if Peachea new euro tho information required as to tho Tlio fugitivo kiww that tho chase 4 to 4 a luojiixr boom imoinx the pound Peaohet old ho gets sick or wounded or in any other could not bo a long one methods of tho general commanding tlio Hor crazy vo- - Cauco hn killed 0 lot of keepers that waa al- Â¬ Colonel Muynrird wag iu tho habit of WOOL Army of tho Cumberland iu following making frequent vlsita to his wifo nnd tronblo will you como nud toll mo at hlclo wns liko n rotten hulk in n storm ii ay hangln round Tnb wuhed 21 onco tho retreating Confederates over sinco without warning without sea room To tho iirth was And ho mutt now be treated like a littlo yelpln Laura Oreaae fine hound 15 am Reckon tho request imtl been mado of hor in perfectly tho emliarrassing understood tho Tonnesseo river nnd no means of Bo theyre dosln Tip theyre dosln htm with Create coarie position in is j IS Laura knew that this was Jnkoys Juno previous Hero it was Soptombor Merino plien 10 112 PIUZK IEKINO DIUKE which ho would bo placed at surprising way of making a promlso nnd sho was crossing Ahead was Chickiimuuga unrry and Qnti and sho had effected nothing True creek but between her nud it lay tho 81 912 n Confederate spy under tho samo roof satisfied prived thorn of their power of long Whats that to white eo gleamln white Sho told him to wait a few scattered forces of tho l ft wing of tho filio had taken a number of dispatches AlIBOBIiLANEOUS said the monkey In his cage with herself nnd protected by her Sho minutes nnd went out of tho room flight Tho Pokings and Aylesbury nro Tallow 4 wired but they wero in cipher from tho It Is his links thcyio torn aw ay said the pnro whito or uoarly Shu knew tint ground Union nnny no mind to placo him in any such so Tho Aylesbury Beeswax leopard In a race When sho returned sho brought two well nnd had ns good n knowlulgn of very long and tho longer tho mosngo had Sorghum Mohusea 30 S 35 position When Miss Baggs went up nro puro whito whilo tho Pokings havo 10 queer thcro on tho mora difficult sho had found them stairs Laura jiosted a Fcntry iu tho per parcels with her tho positions of tho troops ns ono could What that monkey In hlHcago tlio ground HAY GRAIN PEED said the a creamy under color when tho foathers This ono is for you Jnkoy sho said to decipher Within n fow days sho had son of Undo Daniel to keep a sharp havo of nu nnny constantly changing We quote prloei to day on Loulivllle city Ra poor Tips hi le theyve Just pul cd off nro lifted np Thero aro very fow puro handing him ono of them intercepted two very short ones Taking lookout and givo notico Of tho wharft Its n lunch- Tho point lrom which sho hud started For said the leopard In a rage colonels theyie ghin old Tip plzen Cant you Aylosburys to bo found in this country OATfl them from thoso beforo her hIio began npproach in order that Miss Baggs might eon Put it iu your haversack nud givo was half a mile west of Rossvillo on ns most of thorn hnvo been crossed with No 2 oata 52 38 tho other to tho colonel And hand liltn tho Lafayette road A milo of chasing Cant hear tho pumaa whine UgUtln like to study ono consisting of only n fow bo got out of tho way before his ariival jou aco tlio wolves a when Pokings to increase thoir size Thoy nro BAY this note lines they go to dine had brought her near a fork the loft Daniel sat down on a bench on tlio vo 10 50 13 00 distinguished by tho color of their shanks Striotly choloe Sho gavo him a tiny whito cnvolopo It read as follows road leading ncioss Chicknmaugn creek Ttiejll fix his bones and hldo up In a mannor nud feot which aro a light orango 11 00 12 00 ho 1 ran da and lit his pipe Ho was nil old within nnd unoioe Medium mighty lino which in n few words was conGood Wasiiinotos Aug 5 lfB 10 00 by Dyers bridge tho right loading di1100 L It was not long thoir bills which nro pinkish whito Good Bright Straw- Bunks hero nnny tho llcnjamln ait to for man and prouo to do 4 80 centrated what may be best expressed ns rectly south Shu determined to tnko After dosln Tip a dosln him with plzen -- Christian Work your riport shlnmiy dally nro ndvnnco tho cart beforo Lookout mountain across tho tlirco days rations Cf desiccated affecwhilo tho shanks of tho Poking aro or Â¬ CORN tho left hand road intending if sho orders of tmemptory upjilauso river began to away among tho clouds ango color with a reddish tinge nud Choloe white A Mnglnty 42 should succeed in reaching Dyers mill tho noaier trees began to rock tho old tion Hero is tho other a littlo longor thoir bills aro puro yollow Oholoe ihelled 40 Jakoy took tho parcels nud placing about n mllo ftom tho creek tostriko Thcso funny littlo tumblers soldom negros head foil upon his breast nnd Washington Spt 0 18m Between thoso throo varieties thoro Is CATTLE tho noto iu his rap went out mounted a ford somo distanco below that sho ro fail to nmuso To mako ono procuro a Concress loniovlth fiHiuhlso iipplaium mnr ho slept Good to extra thlpplng 4 00 4 23 not much choice ns thoy do not differ Wo jour 08xiblo journgoto party was conglass marblo a littlo larger than a wal- Â¬ groatly iu woight or Light shipping 3 60 3 76 It was nearly 10 oclock when Laura Tom and dashed nwny nftcr his com niombcred having onco crossed hardiness Tho Beit Butchers nect eoon to movt mi nts c pot his onlcrvil as to 3 40 These possibilities flashed through nut Tako a whito linen cuff nnd cut Pokings nro tho better layers having given up tho coming of her hus mander 35 Ilurton pin of and kf t ordered Benjamin but aro Medium to good butohers 3 00 3 25 Maynarda brigado crossed tho river her mind liko messages over n tolegraph a pieco of two inches wldo and flvo long not so much in band that night and for once iu her lifo favor with markot men Taking up tlio dispatch sho had inHOGS Bend on account of tho uumorous piufoathors Choice rejoicing thereat wis about to dismiss south of Lookout mountain nud passed wire whilo tho thud of hoofti nud tho Ou this paint or draw a faco tercepted when tho Army of tho Cumpacking and butohers 4 90 3 5 00 Daniel from hia ro qionsiulo position over tho mountains faco whoro it juts clattering of lift- pursuers swinging sa Â¬ it round nud sow tho two ends together which thoy havo at all times making fair 10 gooa 4 Ha berland began to advance and homo pa ou to tho rher His command was but ber wero rounding in her ears In ono end sow with doublo linen throad them hnrd to dross nicely when sho hoard a step on tho veranda Roughs 6 50 pers showing that sho had been trying On on Bobby for lieavons sako a pieco of black ladies cloth or any Shoata and pigs 100 lbs and undor4 76 Thinking it was Daniel walking back ono of tho many nil moving forwnrd Peking duoks hnvo been known to to decipher it sho began to look them heavy cloth by ovcrhanding tho edgos to- Â¬ produco 20ft eggsiunyoar SHEEP gooul and fox th to kop himself nwake sho toward n retreating enomy over This is tho dispatch but tbo aver Good to extra shipping 2 00 2 25 Ho marched through Chattanooga to gether Put tho marblo in and over tho age is noaror 1 50 Would it not bo best for her to leavo paid no attention to it Thoro was n Well grown specimens Fair to good 29 1MB Muitriirrsiumo Juno 2 75 2 60 turning of tho knob to tho front door Rosvillo situated at a gap in Mission her horso and buggy lu tho road nnd other end bow securoly n littlo plush cir of oithor of thoso throo broods will Volunteers Onrflild with circling lictwun LAMBS Ridge From thcro ho was ordered for- tnko to tho woods a cap Tio a pieco weigh ten pounds but thoy must bo Good to extra spring you possession tuni uu ho cub Dumilu at to ri t and in another moment Colonel May No Thoy would clo fulling It on 4 50 4 76 that poiutlblu by nioo lkiijnmln jnmy chlif nard stood on tho threshold of tho sit of baby ribbon about it with a smart forced ward entering what is called MoLen 2 50 mark tho point wlicro she had left thorn 4 00 from tho first to reach this woight Fair to good rapidity around that put of the hours ready moroa cove an undulating spaco lying But hor pursuer would not know which bow nt tho buck From tho samo ma- Â¬ ting room looking iu upon Mrs Fnin Khtnglo to notice inimyH Tullnhomn jour point tho by of polllwoK of plateau KluiPird if Lnfira Souri nnd Miss Baggs Ho was between two langes Mission Ridgo and sldo of tho road sho had taken nnd terial as you havo in tho otlier end cut WINTER LAYERS Louisville St Louis tho Pigeon mountains Thoro tho bri Â¬ there would bo nu ovon chance thnt bo two pieces an inch wide and fivo long tlittlro ami hope furvMird to hahi ninvn uiu about to cuter when obsirvingn strango Co Tews right I command and mountain order htaff They Must Tie TTatched by March 1 at the gado encamped on a field soon to become Â¬ and overhand tho two long sides towould follow on tho wrong sldo Someperson ho hositatcd Laura tulvnuced Latest Mis Baggs liad had this dipatch by and taking him by the hand led him to mcmornblo as tho sccno of ono of tho thing must bo done the rnco could not gether Cut out from an old kid glovo If pullets for winter laying aro wnnt her sinco tlio latter part of Juno and another room Ho had only onco before most dcspeiato tho most dramatic of labt forovcr tho man behind soemed to two foot and sow to tho bottom of each sfdo aud sow tho legs thus mado to tho cd thoy must bo hutched by tho 1st of had pnzlctl over it for many an hour seen Jliss Baggs nnd then iu disguiso nil tho battles of tho civil war tho bo gaiuiug and then tho dread of comSho had never succeeded in finding a nnd did not rccognizo her Hold of Chickannuga middlo of tho cloth cud of tho cuff March nt tho latest and kept growing Taking effect ing upon n Qui on camp I key but had nt last drawn homething Sho wns about to bring hor horso to a From whito woolen material cut a pioco from tho tli 30 thoy uro out of tho shell Why sweetheart ho said to his till thoy havo attained full size If a At 600 oclck tf Snsdaj Dec0 1834 of its meaning from tho juuiblo of wife CHAPTER XI stand nud jump from her buggy whon for a vest and sew nrouud tho lower youro trembling words After much btudy sho assumed A HACK IOIt LIFE tho clnttcr behind hor Ratigan had part of tho cuff Mako a swallowtail chick is nllowed to stop growing for a Wt Bound Train You camo iu so hurriedly Eait Bound Train that tho words when laid down in their Major Burl011 co maud was ordored turned a alight bendinthorond sound coat from yollow felt and sow over tho singlo day if it ovor gots chillod enough Wo cns tho river I am hurried 52- 61 63 M Mall proper order would givo tho proper tomorrow morning to guatd tho telegraph lino extending Mali so loud sp near that instead of doing vest with pearl buttons tho sizo that to bo drawn up by tho cold cr if i is ed moaning But thoro wero corttiiu words comes on gloves down tho front and nllowed to go huugry for tho spaco of Kapra Kxpia STATIONS Kxpra KxprV Tho regiment so sho gavo Iilm n cut with tho whip louiorrow morning Oh JIark why south from Roeyvillu paHy which either did not mean anything or couldnt they wait n few daysV was struug nut to a considerable disDally Theres no timo now Bobby Wo two at tho bock From tho samo mate- Â¬ half a day that chick will not catch np Dally Dally Mood perhaps forsomo placo or general 630pm 7 30im WUnn ptar 100pm 8 SOpa If wives nnd hweethoaits had tho tance each ticop guarding n certain must tyit n greater distanco between U3 rial as tho coat overhand a long pieco what it has lost for days or weeks and 6 45 12 45 Kentucky St 745 815 Sho began by taking out a mimbor of giving of oiders Unolo Sam would portion of the lino Corporal Ratigan nun Hie Yankee tiot up Ilobbyl On for tho arms ns you did for tho legs and tho dnto ot its maturity will bo delayed 7 2J 8 25 Weat Point 1125 735 huch words as polliwog was placed iu charge of a soctiou of go on I Why hnvent you wings cut out hands from tho gloves or thoso out of all proportion to tho oauso of tho 730 haha 12 02am 828 7 30 Howard havo his ainiiosnlways in winter quar8 45 747 Rock Haven 1147 bhinglo and pony 714 Tho dispatch two miles Putting himself ut tho head Heavens what is that nhend Tonts arms may bo mado in ono pieco nnd dolay soomingly ters 8 6J Ionglranch USJ 7 07 A knowledgo of this fact emphasizes 765 was doubtless from llosccrnns as tho 804 902 Brandenburg 1131 668 Why couldnt this lnppiuoss havo of eight men ho led them to tho end of whito nud ghostly lu tho gloom And fastened to tho body ncross tho back 1122 Kkron Oil tho importance of taking ovory caro of 813 648 word Garflold his chief of staff ap his section uoircxc camp nud dividing how many of them I Tlio wholo field is Tlio Mnglnty is finished lasted just u littlo longer 91V 8 21 Guaton 1114 640 peared and tho words chief of stall To mako him perform with his queer tho young chicks Thoy must not bo 8 30 them into two reliefs of four nit11 ench covered I 9 30 Irvington 1105 630 And then still n littlo longer Come 1069 97J wero Fcattered through it Thorefore I have but a short timo to stay Let mo posted them ut intervals of half n mi to Webtter 614 tumbling and funny littlo kicks placo fed in any haphazard way If thoy aro 8 38 Nearer comes the olntter from behind 9 47 1049 Lodiburg 606 either Benjamin or Bumble or Niggard say goodby to tho baby along tho lino under his erne At suntho ironing board with ouo cud on tho not givon tho vory best of caro they 845 966 865 In front is n slooping regimouf brigado 1041 Pierce 667 meant Hosccrana Subsequent dispatch 900 1000 1037 Stinple 662 V Laura led the way up stairs and drow set not being lchovcd ho prepared to perhaps n whole divlsiou It wns not arm of a rocking chair so that it does may survive for a ohick with a good 909 1009 Stephenaport 1028 5 4VV constitution will stand a groat deal of 914 es w men leu into ner nanus una con 1014 tho curtains from tho cradle exposing srond tho niht in bivouac Selecting n thoro yesterday Itinust bo in transit not slant too much and set Mr Ma 1023 Addlion 6 40 vinced her that Itosecrans was desig 917 1020 1020 clump of trees under which to test uud Oli why should it havo halted just in ginty at tho top no will nt onco ttun nogloct and still live to n good old ago Holt 586 tho sleeping infant 9 28 1033 Cloverport 1005 6 24 nated as Benjamin Then she began to blo hond ovor heels to tho bottom and but it will not mnturo as quickly as it 9 31 cutting somo boughs for Ixds or rather timo to block tlio way 10 S9 There was something in tho innoShopa 521 100 try to fit word together in this viae to lcp tho men from tho dtmp ground SMUman 9 48 roll aud kick for you when ho ronchos should and wo boliovo it will novor bo 9 43 1060 509 God help mo I must tako my cence tho nbbenco of forco in tho little 1102 9 37 4 69 Hawcaville ns good a bird as ono that hns boon well 961 Your command tho corporal estublised lliu relief olf chances nnd go on it Minneapolis Housekeeper bluinborer so diilercnt from tho sconos 1109 1002 929 4 61 Petrie lxitw ct n Tullahomn and Niggard cared for from tho first Tho poultry 10 07 1115 923 Falcon 4 45 in whioh ho was wont to minglo to sot duty thcro Tho rations wero tookod Sentinels wero paciug on thoir beats Kt t posj enslon Cayce 919 4 42 Mlaplaccd Charity raisor will begin at onco to prepare for 1012 1119 in motion a train of foolings in Murk nnd eaten nfter which tho guard was nbont tho camps In somo coses tile memya right 1125 1018 Lewfiport 913 4 36 Tho rnya of a May day sun wero shin Â¬ tho hatoblug season and as fast ash is 10 35 relieved Tlio corporal went out always bunts led along tho road but not across Circling around tho mountain plntran 1143 Powera 905 4 20 Maynard to which ho had thus far boon 12 Mum I dnlru that you g t powirsaion if powlblo Patea 840 ing brightly along Chestnut sfroot as a got broody will set thorn to worjc and 1048 408 with tho telinf posted Ills men and it Right through theso chains of sentl a stranger On tho ono side was tho 1069 1216pm Owenaboro 8 30 4 00 n Jiolnt Utwitn TulUhoma and Niggard slept between times 12 IS nols right into tho heart of this sleep- Â¬ tall and stately girl camo meandering by tho timo tho spring opens ho will 1109 817 Mattlngly wifo ho loved and tho sleeping child 347 lloo with rapidity 1223 809 3 41 It was 2 oclnk iu tho morning when ing multitudo of armed men dashed down tho sidowalk Sho woro n gold hnvo a good supply of chicks ready to 1114 1227 lly order of UenJ unlu Hosecrana Garfield ou tho other what now appeared toil 1119 Stanley 610 S37 Â¬ chi f of btuiT the woman whoso only woapons of do rimmed pair of smoked glasses to pro- tako advantage of tho growing Eoason 1125 1235 Worthlngton 7 68 Fomo marches nights spout on wet Ratigan stalled nut to post tho last re 330 12 42 1133 Head Other groupings gavo hor bottor ro 70 328 ground sickness mangling by shell nnd lief for tlio night Tho men followed fonso wero Bobby Leo aud hor antiquat tect her vision whilo in front of her at nnd woll on toward maturity beforo tho 1145 12 63 Spottavllle 742 316 tho end of a cord wandered a gayly ca- oppressively hot woathor begins hulls till sho obtained tho following 1163pm 1269 bullets nnd saber cuts A year beforo he grum nud stupid having just been wak ed Yohlolc baaetta 17 34 All this may seem to bo a great deal 1210am 115pm arHcnderan lv 7 20am 310 parisoned pug dug that was just too ened out of n sound sleep nnd not yet To Iiumblo probably n cavalry general on 266pm had loved these hardships thoso dan naltl the left flank lie ready to novo at an hour swoot for anything of troublo nud it is Wo havo fonud it Tho party rodo to Go ou Bob gers Kow a now element had entored thoroughly nroused notice I drxlru that you turn tho iniimyn just as woll to hnvo our chicks hatched Tho pair attracted no littlo attention A shot a bullet singing liko a tun into his lifo nnd at least whilo ho gaz tho cxtremo end of tho section left a right Mono your command If ikwsIUo by cir hens for cling around tho mountain platouu Git po ed on tho littlo stranger tlio only lifo man and turned back leaving n man nt ing fork in curs which nlready sang and when Ninth Btroot was reached a in April and look to wulon of it point bttween TulUhoma and Nlg TH that had como to him among the many every half mila Corporal Ratigan had loud enough in themselves with excito halt was mado for soveral minutes to winter eggs not expectiug any results L St L FordsvlIe Branch gnrd probiibly nmo point in rear of tho posted tho last mau half n mile from tho meut from tho pnllots until tho wenthor be wjuthorn army with rapidity lty order of gouo sinco tlio war began ho felt a TIME TABLE No 24 gins to modornto iu tho spriug bivouac and wns roturuiug when sudstrango repugnanco to entering upon Turn out tho guard I lioworuim Qarfleld chief of btau denly turning n bend iu tlio road runtho coming campaign Following Miss Baggs camo Corporal TAKING EFFECT DEO 80 lovt ion Tho dcoiphoring so far ns it went An Apostrophe to Fowls ning through n wood ho descried it Ratigan to find tho road in front of My boy my boy ho said huskily WeatrioundTralne Kat Bound Train was of no avail sinco it did not como Ornithology is admittedly tho first of Dally Dally beforo him besido tho road Kim blocked by half n doicu men with Dallr dUTy in time but it helped her with tho tho thought suddenly coming to him dark object nil tho sciences and nrts studied by tbo ex Snn ex Sun STATIONS ex Snn ex Sun Ho drow ns many muskets pointed right np in hliorter and easier dispatches which that ho might no or seo wifo or child Tho darkrein and watched nnd listened No 6 Nol No 2 No t mob From tho bnrn door fowl from object ns lie fixed his gazo his faco how can I now risk leaving you hho now attacked Sho began with this again 1010am Lv Inrlnirton Ar 9 20am upon it grew into tho dim outlines of n tho back gnrden rooster to tho elegantly Ho uttered an involuntary Thnuk to strugglo on to manhood unprotect1160 uarticld ono iu 12 06pm plumed pheasant cagod hi stylish comvehicle but it was too dark for him to Godl Homust bodelayed thoresnon- Harned 760 Then recognizing his weakness liunkx In re army tho Duiijamln rat to fur ed 12 i Hardiniburar 730 seo if it contained any ana Tho corpofort tho birds of doincstio uso nro of your report Hhlnney ilally nro nd anco tho cart ho said with n quick born smilo sibility for tho escape of tho fugitive But 1268 Kirk 700 perpetual interest Cocks aud hens aro 110 orders of ixrcmptory upplauiw Jolly 660 you hnvo your mother and I must win ral whoso mind had been fixed ou tho would bo with them If indeed she wero 12 Glendeane 6 30 special duty of protecting the lino at Miss Baggs ho would regard himself birds of such vast usefulness that they Miss Baggs had learned thatn propor tho star of a brigadier for yon to play Dcmnjter 135 620 havo of tbo wholo animal creation been onco nssumod that somo 0110 was trying fortunate at tlio delay 165 arFallalloug hlv 600 nauio preceded nil thoso cipher dis with 230 6 27 uocavaie to cut tho wire Ho put spurs to his more than nuy othor speoios talkqd patches pohibly hnvlug bomethiug to Whats tho matter asked ono of But wars quick nnd imperntivo de 242 Ruth 616 about written about and sung about do with tho key At any rate uho throw mands gavo him littlo timo for tho in horso nud called out 251 Aakins tho men 603 301 Oaka 460 As a matter of foot birds receive qnlto out tho llibt word Banks and tho dulgence of such feelings Ho tried to Halt thoro Throw up your hands chasing somo ono iu front I Im 340pm ArFordavilleLv 4 35am a disproportionate amount of attontion bhinnoy and cart as turn away Again and ngain ho drow and surrender or Ill shoot words cat suspoot n tolegraph breakor Trusting to the freedom from dnnger Tlio ouly rospoiibo was a swish from check words Benjamin sho assum All Thats it Is it Well go on tho curtains of tho cradle only to drnw s V T rtr oonforred by tho powor of flight most ed meant Hosecruus a whip which camo down evidently ou wovo stopped tho wrong person Applauu must them back for ono moro look birds bavo no need to lurk hlddon in bo tho signature of tho sender and ns Tho corporul regretted that thn intqr Laura ho said suddenly nil ia a horsos back and tho dark mass bo dens or to slink from placo to placo tho dispatch was from Washington it changed Boforo yon nnd lie camo I did foio him vanished nrouud tho bond iu vlow had boon so hi Inf tho interruption wus probably either Lincoln Stnnton my duty ns a boldicr becauso it was not tho road Tho corporal dashed on but so short He had no option but to dash avoid tho passing crowd whon a bright Tho beauty of their plumago nud tho littlo boy stopped up to tho lady with a grace of their form havo always mado or Hnlleck Tho word to taken with hard to do nnd becauso it pleased mo beforo ho could got nrouud tho bond tho on Beforo t ho fugitivo tlmrontood a man bonovolent look on his faco and reach Â¬ dims attractlvo to tho oyo Benjamin must mean To Roso Bird litera Â¬ Now it will bo hard nud I shall do it objoct had turuod ngniu Ho could hear in thn middle of tho road with n mus- - ing out his hand which contained a ture far surpasses iu quantity and qual Â¬ Condensed News crans and peremptory nnd or that you and ho may not bo disgraced tho rattling of wheels nud sounds of n kot leveled straight at her or rather at brad uow ailvcr d eM ity tho books written about anything ders evidently imiht go togethor Tlio iu mo How can I over leavo a blot on horsos hoofs digging into tho road nt tho coming mass which ho could not Stories Pl ma you tako this olso Birds mado thoir nppoaranco in word advance doubtless explained my unmo nud hnvo that child grow up n gnllop Whoever was biliind dsUugulsh Miss Baggs did not sen Mamma said must bo kind to tho tho oarlicst written records of tho hu Â¬ Miscellany horso must bo driving nt a frightful tho two othor words This only loft to know it hint till sho got within a dozen feot of blind peoplo I With a look of disdain man race and tho painters brush was report and daily ns words of im Womens Department Laura eeoing how hard it wna for pace for urging his own bcabt to his him aud heard and n shrug of tho shoulders tho promo employed on them beforo any other an portauco Thesq combinations did not him to draw himself from tho crndlo best ho scorned to losu rather than gain Halt or Ill flro Childrens Department nader and her dog tnrnod to tho opposite imal como at once but after getting thorn ground Coming to n straight pieco of TO UK COVTINTJKD took his liaud nud led him away side ot tho street whilo a bootblack Agricultural Department feho inferred that Kosecrans liad per road ho oould ngain eoo tho object bo- Â¬ doing down stairs they found tho Will Guinea CrooT bawled out emptory orders to ndvanco nnd roport liouso silent Political Department Good Old Granny Metcalf8fl years ohl All tho family wero iu foro him but iu tho darkness it was Sonny that gal isnt blind Shes A fow years ago I had a coram on daily to Washington simply a darker spot than its surround lied Muynnrd know that it was timo living at 018 Monroo street Paducah A dudolot Answtri U Cormpondents speckled guiuea hea in a pen wltit a Philadelphia Press I havo got tomething nt last hIio ho had dopnrted It was very late nnd iugs Suddeuly tho ears of tho corporal Ky says that Dr Bells Tine Tar Honey Black Langahan cock says a Kauww Editorial oxclnimod getting up from hor chair ho must rido eight miles to camp caught n sound that filled him with asnnd farmer Tho guinea was laying awl I nnd walking back and forth oxoltedly tonishment It wns a volco urging for- is tho best grip cure cough lung and t Every bo ou tho march with his hrigado beforo set four eggs from her and hatched This ia indeed Important daylight But ho could hardly tear him ward tho horso ho was chasing Rati bronchial remedy that has been offered three littlo black guineas The Utile gau had supposed that whoever was try Â¬ to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ Then sho took up thosocond dispatch bolf nwny from tlio liouso Tho slooping Wllifj MS FOUND in TII8 things bred after the guinea in every Oongrro long u 1th aa odvlno applatuu mar child up stairs seemed to havo brought ing to escape was a man yet this voioo teed and sold by Short A Haynes Clover partloHlamaYQaa to color Tteolrfchajte Mo you poRxIbla your uko to party waa con wns different fioni a mans tones It port DrIUIMcMullinMcDaniola M nect toon to morcuicntu kpot hiJ ordered as to from tho unknown whence ho camo n bottom of their feei awl veiee in faet maze of gentler emotions which wero sounded liko that of a child or n woman Meyer Co Bursa Geo Heyser Con Burton pin of and left ordered llcnjuniln ovory characteristic was distinctively Tho corporal was puzzled Thou it sud BtantLie J A Taylor Ilosetta Drury Again tho words to nnd Bouja drifting liko suioko wioatlis about his Ben that of the guinea fowl bet they wm ThatourwonderfulreButdv i -Moruriui mln wero put together and tho words father obscuring tlio wny from tlioir denly occurred to him that perhaps tin nett Co Bowley villa W E Brown solidly hlaek like their fatbW Tbegfc A ten page elM column Democratic - wnicn raouci emia Birih- easy was chasing Botsy Baggs triiiKMuNwa party and peaceful influence congrebs marblo apparently healthy and may be within tho reach of uH wo have 4wyely pjwr iwrer wATTSMe u itdu Now tho corporal was ns ransoiou Irvington Kyj Jno P Nlchote Gar- Thoro wns ono moro oinbraco then reduced the wtco to ONE DOLLAR mp spot stricken out as checks Tlio dis llvod a few days B Morris Big Spring Ky eJi KY tious n man ns thoro vfus iu tlio Army bottle -patch beiug longer than tho othor was nnother last ono then nuothor final ono If n ii BEWARE ot fraud 6flt ot tlio Iumberlaud and 0110 of the thou n stirrup I moro difficult of interpretation Every person big ItUU old or voun It was Maynard rodo kiua mid Colouol Mark most gnlliint Imt whon the suspicion PXICE 100 h YKAR Three clever women Margaret Deland crfetta and wbatHutM Take back through tho night somo tlmo beforo tho student was satis blaek or whit rick or poor who has nothing but foil upon hint liko n chill that ho wus Sarah Orne Jewett and Mrs Burton fiod with her efforts Sho inferred from to camp ever used Dr Bells Tim Tar Honey pro Tbe WHHKIV pmtBivs mtmu i Not long aftor his arrival bugles aftnr a worunn wliono prenenco or tho Harrison will try and settle in the next it that somo ono wns ordered to connect I ttoemee It the beet oough asd lung real Try noural Urns to r brief period ho hail boon with hnr hail number of The Ladles Home Journal aetata Sample coalee M Bounded tho roveillc It was a oclock with aomo ono else Shu know that tho edy oa earth Its true too so wo gar tlio morning and tho men wero thrown t strango spoil nvor him ha whon it ia proper to use the word in Confederate generals foared that Burn ceased to his horso with tho turnip antee For sale by Short k HayiwClov COUKIERJUmNAL C8ITAY sldo might connect with Rosocraus woman So aroused to begin their ndvanco to tlio prctHuro ascr0 and whon the term lady A A M y JL erportjDr R II MeMuUin McDanlels was probablo that Burton moant front Soudlug for Jnkoy Slack tho colo- Â¬ choso thoru bofuru Iu tho midst of thn should be employed it l HHUrisIn Ky had onmo a contest within M Meyer k Co Bums Bumsldo who was at Kuoxvillo nnd nel gavo him a noto to tnkn back to THE mCKENRIME NEWS Go JUyttr KB BY ALU MUMHIT his own brum between two conflicting Laura nt tho plantation He had repeat ANO THC that ho had been ordored to connect CoostanUne A Taylor KoaetU Drary Dr Prists Cr Mm Baking Pewrftr tarWrlU for book TO MOTHKRS with Hosccrana loft as soon as penal ed his adieus so often in person that ono emotions Jf Li iy Uagn wero in front WUKUT C0UWER J0UIWAL Bennett Co BewUyvHLi Ky W H DUiieti ire WwMi FaJr HIc4mH Award Lie Tho remaining word evidently would hardly think it neawxary to soud of him wlnt wnulil bo the result if ha THE MAIfltU fkNtJUTMl 00 Brown Irylngton Ky Jno J Mlcbota WiHUswatotieyeartoaay atMfM lor should cntci her He most turn her metmt Bunuido also dlrectel to ro any morn on cold paper but Mnyuurds IlHvetyau Keucwed yHrlnkxrlr iUU fwatlaten OariUId Ky A 1 Morris Big 8 iTUWU tU heart string wero pulling him ns stroaa- - over to ids wiytary iuywrUU m tjM poi kU oonients to yc tiH r 104W Â¬ ly nwny front war ns his dnty wns forc ing htm toward it Besidex ho knew that Laura would treasuro every word from him Jukey mounted Tom nnd rodo iu tho gray of tho morning to deliver tlio note When lie reached the plantation ho wns obliged to do n good deal of pounding nnd ringing boforo ho could got into tho house Finnlly Mrs Maynnrds maid Alice let him in nnd considering tho fact that Mrs Maynard wns iu bed nnd Allco stood in very eloso contldon- - FOE LITTLE LIBLE REM pt i K Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttttettt M vfyStVVi Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ iili ti rgfjf Â¬ Â¬ fi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fr Â¬ HJ Â¬ Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ siH BEST thtef tkt wt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ot 5 Â¬ IEXPEGTANT MOTHERS My jfenta JopI I Â¬ ivat a ft l Â¬ iii ii II others xTI PWriHi JaV 4 5 LJMu taKSaA 3rK BRmaKHNmPGR U Awarded Highest Honors World NKS UPTON GLXDVEiRJPORr KY this Pair New prints just In O Sulzers DROWNED Sad Death of Rev Dr Dfl- - TSkillmnn went to Holt Sunday CREAM BAKING POWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE Free pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A Notice to Subscribers both aa a receipt an expiration notice every Kxamlne the date printed after your week name on the margin of thla paper and aee If it la correct If not correct pleaie to let us know If your time haa expired please renew at once The date on the label Indicate the time to which your subscription It paid Thla tervet BRECKENRtDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1895 LOCAI BREVITIES Grass seed nt Vests J tv Northern potatoes Vest J DtPaco was here Monday J II Hunsche was in town Friday Vest is the leader in garden seeds L M McGavock was here Sunday Prices that catch your breath at Vests Plows hoes farming implement Vest 0 E Keith went to Leitclifleld Mon day Drugstore for sale Apply at News office Tiniuss pure apple vinegar at the City Bakery Kale lettuce salsifry and cabbage Sulzers Chas Moorman was here Saturdnyand Sunday Try Ouonda Succotash very fine Sulzars Cakes for the childrens lunch basket Sulzcrs Carpet remnants 23 to 30 yards cheap Sulzers If you dout advertise your goods no-Â¬ body else will We havo spectacles to suit you Short Haynes J P Boverly and Gus Brown went to Hawesville Monday Pure barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale by G W Short Judge William Ahl of Hardinsburg was In the city Friday In business open wide your ejes Get ncv ideaa and advertise 1 For rent a small house on Railroad street Mrs A L Newsom Mr Ridgley Cayce was a passenger on the west bound train Tuesday Now is the time when a dollar takes off its hat to fifty cents at Vests Wm Miss Maxio Bandy and Mr Park went to Union Star Saturday Try our fresh baked soft cakes cheap Â¬ er than you can make them Sulzers An advertisement printed in this papr is read by more than 12000 peo- Â¬ ple Miss Agnes Gordon of Patesville vis-Â¬ ited Miss Jessio Kyler Friday and Satur- Â¬ day Mr Alfred Miller Hardinsburg called Friday and now the label on his paper reads 90 Our remnant counter still draws liko a magnet the magnetic power is the barÂ¬ gains on it Sulzers In time of frost preparo for heat our line of spring dress goods will be open this week Vest We can fit your eyes with glasses that give you easo and comfort Givo us a trial Short c Haynes The Louisville Daily Post and tho BnixKENiuDciK News one year for 275 post paid to any address Obituary notices and resolutions of respect inserted at 5 cents a lino ParÂ¬ ties sending in these notices will please bear this in mind Our grocery department has a menu this week that keeps warm tho hungry spot and keeps Miss Liberty on tho dol Â¬ lar in smiles Vest Dobies Coffee Economizer makes your Fits any pot coffee last twico as long Co Free circular Arthur L Dobio Grant Bldg Atlanta Ga Light Brahma eggs for sale Fulch 100 for 15 strain John Nkvitt Irvington Ky Philo Barbeo Kirk was in town Fri Mus Â¬ v T fJ i day to see his cousin Galen Barbee While hero Mr Barbee renewed his subscription to tho News for 1895 You keep garden seeds dont you STEPHENSPORT Why not let somebody know it An ad II you want a fire policy writo to R in this paper would make that one fact W Vaughn Stephensport known to more than 12000 people Mr Emmett Gregory of Cloverport Never mind how or why we do some was thh guest of Miss Georgia Hawkins extraordinary things occMionally Mhat Sunday wo do them and that you benefit there- Charlie Cash man made a business trip by is enough for you to know vest to Hardinsburg Saturday on the back of Something new Augitetue womans a horse F Loeb Co formerly of Custer will No more scorched friend stove mat Services were held Sunday at the 1 a first class general food Nothing will burn on it one of open about April Christian church by the pastor R M store at Queton Meade county This is good digestion sound sleep a Phillips the greatest discoveries of the age Shellman Bros can lit you out in fish Â¬ a live wide awake firm with ample cap Â¬ Suaers and a ripe old age ing tackle of all descriptions So pre Â¬ ital and it is their purpose te put Jb a This Uthe time of year to adwrtUe stock of geeda at Qtuioa te meet all dq in time of he results of the use pare yeNellie Simons of Cloverport was Miss youroinvas fur covering tobacco plant maud of Wte trade Tlty have aeetwd Mr of Tutts Liver Pills A single the gneet ofweek and Mrs Ludwell Ad Nearly every farmer will JWd A bed kbwofl last J Tfcewpeoae bunluees boeee wore or It ss of It Let them know you Mr Charles Allen returned from Green depe will convince you of their Henry Tate was over from ToMaepert River lattt week and nil leave shortly have It for sale wonderful ftects and virtue for the a inny South Poor oops resulting from bad seed yeeteniajr aeeowpaaied by hie beauMfat Eggs are plentiful and the market la He renewed UUle datttor Btfeei May ot oocur m eften if faraen would dull at 10 Deals and not much chance of hie wbaeilptte to the fawe m every Â¬ always knew where good seed ootstd be a ralte la price booh We a fled to report tlwt Mm Jaa If yon have geed seed to body dees er etsgttt to to lie says bk An absolute cure for sick head jmrebAseJ If Paffte M improvlsK and trtutit seH why ot kt people ksow It Hi rough little daefrbier mule my Mm in H aelt malaria sour be atany days before she can be outwpat dyspjMMt eyery week The tfoaaeH and eblldrm the Xwa Dave Murray wm constipation Wkl bis terrapin ea 14 here last week are the beet friesde the Nirwe bae Mr stomachi back Dave said bi reetHag Cbieaaaofa be mjw Pmlr Test Tate enjoys It Its a true story founded biHou fever piles torpid liver lie would drep dat dar terrapin ami he The did aad htklog powiUe on tteU J wm in that army ami re and aU kindred diseases J Cry pun or so gnot imUav r weoaber pany ofjhe laekleiiif related U die atory IPftohtr1 Â¬ The news of tho sudden death qt Dr Cottrell In Florids last week pierce d the heaitsof his many friends in this city with a grief as deep as his death was sudden He was universally buloved by all and his death removes from our midst one of tho most genial and gifted men In tho community He came among us more than two week Walker Board went to Louisvlllo SatÂ¬ years ago to make his homo with his daughter Mrs G W Short Our city urday was always proud to own him as a citi- Â¬ Boo our lino of pretty spring ties zen Notwithstanding his health was Sulzers very poor ho was at all times willing to R N Hudson was hero Saurday and minister to tho wants of his fellow man Sunday in a most sympathetic and tender way Emmet Gregory went to Stephonsport No man possessed tho gift of saying tho right thing at tho right time than did Dr Sunday John Vest returned from Cincinnati Cdttrell His gltt of speech and gentle manner touched the hearts of the peo Â¬ Saturday ple They wero his friends and loved Tobacco was coming in pretty lively him and will mourn the loss of his yesterday famlliai1 face Tom Kendall is pounding away again Following is the dispatch giving the at his gas well account of liis death John Powell was in town Sunday vis Â¬ Tavares Fla March 7 Tho Rev Dr iting relatives Joseph Cottrell of Russellville Ky was Mrs Jonas D Wilson is visiting rela Â¬ drowned In Lake Dora yesterday evening Dr Cottrell had been spending tho win Â¬ tives In the country Thats a good joke on Mug Severs ter hero with his stepson Hon II Duncan Circuit Court Clerk The venerable coming from Rosctta divine was very fond of fishing and For salo cheap a two horso spring yesterday afternoon went to Lake Dorai wagon W S Smart on the outskirts of town to enjoy an Peter Brown is doing some sodding afternoons sport Dr Cottrell was down at St Rose church standing on a half sunken barge on tho Miss Nellie Burks of Addison is visit Â¬ shore of tho lake when ho was attacked ing Miss Nannio Murray this week with epilepsy to which ho was subject RII Brashear Owcnsboro passed up He reeled and fell face downward In tho lake There was no one at hand to givo on the train yesterday for Louisville Miss Mary Moorman returned from a him assistance and he was drowned al- Â¬ most wtthln sight of his stepsons home two months visit at Skillman Sunday It was two hours beforo the body was L G Flemming PaJucali was visit- Â¬ recovered Dr Cottrell was a member ing his cousin G W Short lost week of the Kentucky Conference of tho Miss Forrio Hardin of Holt is the Methodist Episcopal ChurchSouth He guest of Miss Jennio Warfield this week had many friends throughout Florida Mrs G W Short and her neice Miss and in every Southern State Tho re Â¬ Florence Cottrell are visiting in Russell mains will be sent to Russellville for ville interment - It is stated as an actual fact that IN ASHES Mack Barnes has killed two wild ducks There will bo prayer meeting at the The Beautiful Residence of Capt and Methodist church Thursday evening at Mrs A J Gross Burned to 7 oclock The Ground Rev W B Rutledgo will preach at Toblnsport Ind Fiday night March 15 Holt Ky March 7 Last night be Â¬ at 7 oclock tween eleven and twelvo oclock tho Miss Lucy Cannon Long Lick is visit Â¬ handsome dwelling of Capt and Mrs A ing her cousins Misses Florence and J Gross with most of its contents wero Tula Lewis destroyed by fire The particulars are J W Henderson brought a car load about as follows Mrs Gross awoke suddenly and callof tobacco in the hand to this city Satur- Â¬ ing to Mr Gross told him she smelled day from Lewisport Mr and Mrs J D Hamblctou of tar burning He arose quickly and look- Â¬ Henderson are the guests of Mr and ing through one of the sido windows dis covered the ell part of the house in Mrs Marion Hambleton flames Ho rushed down stairs and Rev M M Carroll the new pastor for went to tho house of Milton Smith about Rose church arrived last Wednesday St a hundred yards distant in his night and went to Irvington Saturday clothes and gave the alarm He then What is tho bible or the church or returned to look after his wife who he bibles will 1ms the theme of Rev Nio had left up stairs They wero only a haus lecture to night at 7 oclock few seconds in dressing but so rapidly Mr Geo C Patton went to Louisville had tho flames spread their escape seem- Â¬ yesterday to look after the letting of con- Â¬ ed almost impossible and had they been tracts for brick streets in that city ten minutes later would both have per- Â¬ Rev S G Shelly and wife left Monday ished Tho exact cause of tho firo is not for Albany Ky his former home to see known but was thought it caught in the his father who is reported quite sick kitchen or dining room that boing the The farmers over at Toblnsport Ind Besides important havo five or six thousand bushels of first part to burn papers and many other valuables they Peerless potatoes on hand and for sale lost about two hundred and filty pieces Mrs Stark D Haynes and daughter of fine silverware and only saved part of Mrs Henry Haynes Bluff City were the furniture in two of the lower rooms visiting Mr arid Mrs F Fraizelast week Mr Gross was seen to day by your cor-Â¬ It is said and truly too that you cant respondent and said he estimated his go off into the darkest corner of a desol Â¬ loss at from 13000 to 14000 with in Â¬ ate island and whisper a merchants surance of 8000 name without doing Jiim some good This was one of the finest finished and most convenient houses in this commun- Â¬ Wants of Cloverport Water works streets less ity and was almost new having been fire department better talk and moro work less idlers less completed a little over five years ago complaint of hard times moro push Said lie could not say how soon ho Breckenridge Lodge No 07 F A M would rebuild if ho did at all They leave on the 0 oclock train this Hardinsburg Is making arrangements to celebrate St Johns day in grand evening for Louisville for a short stay Btyle Prominent speakers and a big Death of an Aged Minister dinner is part of the program Rov J II Jenkins the oldest Baptist Mrs W U Bowmer entertained a few young ladies last Thursday in honor of minister in Hardin county died this Miss Eva Young and Miss Addie Ditto Thursday morning at one oclock near All the young ladies brought their needle Glendale of pneumonia after an illness wifo is now work making it a very novel and enjoy Â¬ of only ten days and his lying at the point of death and her deÂ¬ able afternoon mise is expected at any time Rev Cy Barrens our faithful colored porter Jenkins was born in Meado county Au- Â¬ engineer devil and carrior who has gust 5th 1817 and was in tho 70th year been sick for two weeks or more is get- Â¬ of his age Ho was licensed to preach ting on his feet again Gys presence is in 1841 and ordained in 1815 For fifty a necessary adjunct to keep things mov Â¬ years a minister of tho gospel he was ing smoothly in this busy office tho best known preacher in this part of Judge Ahl had 103 cases on bis Quart- Â¬ the State His labors in the Masters erly court docket called last Monday Vineyard has been wonderfully blest in The Judge handled them very success- Â¬ the conversion of souls and he has sim Â¬ fully too He is making a great deal ply gone to his reward above Mr better Judge than people ever thought Jenkins was first married In 1847 to Miss Phteba Marsha and was married the he could make be it said to his credit second timo to Miss Mary A Stader Next Sunday will be the Feast of St There are six children living three by Patrick Father Niehaus will deliver a each wife The funeral will take placo sermon on the St of Ireland at his reguto morrow Friday at eleven oclock at lar services 10 oclock a hi It will be the Big Spring church Liltue couuty his farewell sermon as he leaves the Ellzabethtown News coming week to take charge of St Ma-Â¬ couaty rtins Flaherty Meade Â¬ Â¬ 1 It B Pierce went to Louisville Sun Â¬ day Re v Mr 1vlly went to Sklllmnn Mon Â¬ day Genuine maple sugar at the Cily Bak- Â¬ ery Orvlllo Gregory went to Skill man Sun- Â¬ day Miss Rosa Holt was in the city Satur- Â¬ day Pat Burk Lyonia was in town last J B Cottrell In Florida Miss Enncr Butler is sick Cube King went to Bormlovllle week DO Stamp of Melrose was in tho rily Saturday Blake Slaughter of Campbell llle Ky was in town Friday Miss Lula King spent last week visit Â¬ ing in lloluinvlllo W Painter went to Row litis Geo last week on business Miss B Hatfield of Glendale is visit- Â¬ ing her sister Mrs fieo Rider Miss Lela Wyett spent a few days vis- Â¬ iting Mends and former pupils in Bor micvillo lost week Mrs James E Butler of this place and Mrs W K Knight of Bonnioville will start to Florida in a few days Mr Cleaver Jonklns whom we report- Â¬ ed in our lost communication as being sick is able to bo on tho street again Miss Bettle Garvin an accomplished young lady and successful music teacher Rowletts is instructing nn interesting class in this city Lee Upton went to E town and Louis- Â¬ vlllo on business Tuesday and haBnt gotten back yet If I have to go to hunt for him Ill go to Campbellsvillo first Our school under control of Professors Crumo and Layman is progressing very nicely but owing to tho extreme hard times they did not expect to enroll more than seventy pupils Misses Cora Stamp and Wim Butler two of Bonniovilles sweetest and most highly accomplished young ladles ac- Â¬ companied by Professor Pilkcnton spent lost Tuesday night in the city visiting Miss Lela Wyett Miss Nettie Hazzard of Campbells ville Ky who has been visiting her sister Mrs Dr Tewnor of this place returned to her home several days ago Wjf regretcd to seo Miss llnzzird leave we Leo A few weeks ago I asked tho Editor to send mo n few sample copies of the Nkus He did so and as n result about fourteen copies come hero weekly with others to follow Our people know how to appreciate a good thing jlACECORtMSIBETCHERSl j III Hi Mwtw teiet aa im nnt teiete aei tttt IH Lace Curtain Stretchers We have them in clamp or thumb screws Easily adjusted Last seasons curtains will look new after using the Stretcher Get ready for Spring Cleaning You will find these Stretchers a great convenience and every House keeper should have a set much unnecessary hardwork and avoid All kinds of House Furnishing Specialties will be found at Didnt J 9 C A NOLTE Assignee At Priceville in Hart county last Thursday Miss Slierley Thomas was married to Dean Gardner also Miss Gardner to Mr Witten of Grayson county Mr Gardner is a thrifty young far-Â¬ mer and his bridu tho daughter of Green B Thomas a prominent Republican of Hart county News has just reached hero of a tragedy that occured recently at Glasgow Junction several miles south of hero on this railroad Rector Johns formerly a merchant at Bonnioville but very reck- Â¬ less both as a business man and a citizen and who mado an assignment threo or four months since figured prominently in tho affair Report says the two young Shaw wero in- Â¬ men Johns and toxicated got into n brawl and Shaw drew a knife and threatened to kill Johns wherupen the latter drew a pistol and shot his antagonist who lived a few days and died from tho wound Tho Christian same old story rum and rnln brothers I nsk you at whose hands will the blood of thoso unfortunates bo re- Â¬ Let us think earnestly soberly quired and prayerfully and act and voto accord- Â¬ ing to our best judgement Dr J II Butler was summoned to at Â¬ tend Conrt Edmonton Ky as a witness in behalf of tho Commonwealth In a murder case Somo time ago some boys In Metcalfe county named Ed Twyman Lewis Sympson Jo Sympson and Will Turner tho youngest of whom was about fourteen years old had a g udgo against a man in tho community They pro- Â¬ cured whisky became intoxicated and went in the darkness of the night on the hunt of their man Whon about five miles from homo they stopped at tho house of an old colored man named Donann and Inquired for the party thoy were seeking and on being told that he knew nothing of tho whoraboute of said party they cursed and abused him knocked him down and beat him un- Â¬ mercifully after which one of the party killed him with a knlve while ho was down Tho negro was harmless and respected by all who know him The Sympsons are grand sons of oneSympson who was hung several years since for murdering a whole family in Taylor county Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho friends of Capt and Mrs Gross sympathize with them over thu loss of tneir beautiful homo by lit c last week but we are glad to know thoy were well insured Mrs M Elaine returned homo Friday evening after nn extended trip to Florid deliulitful so and Cuba and reports journ and is very much delighted with Cuba particularly R W Vaughn wns appointed Con stable in tho Third Magisterial District by County Judge Win Ahl last Wed Mr Vnughnnj furnished n nesday splendid bond and respectfully solicits your accounts for collection We are glad to know that Mr O W H Mosoley has been promoted to the position of Genoral Orgmizur of tho Wash Â¬ ington Building and Loan Association of Providence It I with headquarters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Senn MAIN Ackermann Brewing PUOPUIhlOKS Co STRERTBRRWERY EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use tjJuVhuivjVkmj 2 The Beat Shoes LOUISVILLE KY tor the Least Money CtStki W L D000LAS 11 Over Ono Million People wear the W I Douclaa 3 and 4 Shoos All ournuocHjirr rqunllr Tnej kivc tne uvsi value tor too money sallafastarr Ctfiual success to Mr Moselcy Mr Leo Dowell left Sunday tho 10th instant to accept a position witli tho Cincinnati Cooperate Company as n foreman at tho heading mill at Morgan Wo know town Butler county Ky Mr Dowell well and we wish him much success in his new field and know lut wiil prove himself a valuable man to tho Company To County Superintendents Lapiks and Gkstlkmex The State Treasurer is now assured that by tho 1st of April he can honor warrant for half of balanco yet duo your teachers lie enn not confidentially promise that tho re- Â¬ mainder can bo paid beforo tho 1st of Â¬ at Montreal Candu We wish much 3 UAE7 liUE mis isbii FIT FOR A KING p s flKw sm ill mi -- 1 v- - Tti jam x JMpk MU lV- si ir I WL v em skk mrmmaKm l2iij auii JUEr IX wi itt m aiL ve S5S4350 S3 naa aiiiiijiibo MbbV custom shoes In Etvla anil n Tuer 1 heir wearing qualities are uusurnssed Tho prices am uniform tamped on solo From HI to il Jtavotl overnilipr miikm ir your dooier lannot cuppljr you wo ctn Cordovan French S250 MUl m L iiU tjjn SRQ i r - ti r ii t rHOP afefe nv I -- VHSk 9ftDI0Itn C94 till IJTV ir Boys notice shoes soles and Woiklngmeni iiuugarutii S2 3 School Shoei IIM HV tf P 1110 your dealer cannot supply vu ntiwiiu vatuiuguu W L Douglas - aru rv w llrocklon nines A sovere rheumatic pain in tho left shoulder had troubled Mr J U Loper a well known druggist ol Des Moines Iowa for over six months At times the pain was so severe that he could not With all ho could do be lift anything could not got rid of it until he applied I only Chamberlains Pain Balm made three applications of it ho says And have since been freo from all pain He now recommends it to persons simil- Â¬ arly alllicted It is for salo by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincholoo Board Hardinsburg Ky Please to give notice at ouco to all concerned and advise them that noth S ing which it was possible to do in their Interest has been neglected here Yours Truly En Porter Thompson State Superintendent Andrew dridkeil S C S Two of Clovorports Pretty Girls Miss Lafayette Lallclst of Cloverport who is tho guest of Mrs L L Smith has charmed allwho have met her not only by her vivacious and winning manner but by her raro power as a vocalist She has a voice of wide range nnd much sweetness and has just returned from n course at the Boston Conservatory of Music where sho took high rank among the fivo hundrtd or more pupils She will probably accept an cupogoment shortly as soloistt a Calvary church in Miss Lalleist will sing a Louisvlllo solo at tho First Baptist church this Another charming guest ol morning Mrs Smith is Miss Genevieve Miller also of Cloverport who is counted among tho prettiest of that city of pretty girls QwenBboro Messenger July SULZER Clovorport C M McGLOTHLAN CoUnlon Star Ky Hotel For Sale J -- THE Ladies Friend i Washing Machine lirlmly A first class hotel eilunlcil on First street between High and River in this city It is convenient to depot and landing Has twenty six rooms all in good repair Will sell cheap for cash or on easy payments Also a River Bottom Farm situated in It contains 150 acres of Holts Bottom good river bottom land It produces well Improvements nnd is under go d fence a good barn no dwolling two good cistorns and three never failing springs a double corn crib I want to sell this farm and will givo tho buyor a good bargain Terms cash or easy payments If you want a good farm call and seo mo or write t Mrs Mary I Miller CLOVERPORT KY cc lice not t saves one fienllemanor ladvtosell iuiiiu jiuiiunu-cotUet h Arthu third the I liable I totirant UuUdmir AtUnla tn IV Aluminum r ANTKl jl Cheap Gash Wo want tho Store R N Miller KY A CLEAR HEAD fipperite auoH ATTORNEY at LAW HARDINSBURG Wijl practice In nil the Courts in the Gash and Produce Trade Will givo top Prices for Produco A Known Fact si km4 Worlds tlnest Tutts Liver Pill Children for Oatttrla County nnd surrounding District Tbla compltta and popular waahcr haa ron became Ii tlantlr rained In puhlic fills the bill ltlithe latctt and be it and over STOCKHOLDERS MEETING 1 here la nn tub to 15000 aru In actual uie Cloverport Ky March 3 1S95 handle A complete laundry and o light that any ladv can handle It It la ao rsiy tn ope ale The annual meeting of the stockholders of the that a child who can reach the luvtr can do ai Cloverport Paving llrlck and Manufacturing much In two bmue as a weman can do In six Cnmnnny will lie held nt the nlhce nl The hours on a wash board HticVcnrlJuu Hank Cloverport Ky on Wed The following arc iom teatlmnnult the nth 1805 at a oclock I M naaday Ilummer OUncockof McDanicle says My at which March and pUic ar election will be held lime wathlnor fjr over 7 years wife hus not done for seven dlrtctors to serve dnilnir the ensulnir Now the until I ro a tadja lMcuJ Waiher A llbKiMMAN Ukeaa twelve year old child and doceall of tho year Secretary I would not take washing for a large familr M go In cold for It unlcas I could replace It with f Iaiasscotk om lust tike It Mr a Bettle Hoblnson at Falls nl Hough writes I would at sojn give up my sewing machine as my wah r Mrs Meters or Cutler Ky statea that she bad i J5 pkess washed la J hours and 3J minutes on Harneda wssher OLOYEItPORT KY Vot lull pnkulau call on or write la LKK HAKNED with Munjr Bast sad of IlHrtMd Ky Ire0M Hri4f and sell you goods at lowest Cash priceB Wo buy our Goods to sell and not to keep and that Is tho rcaEon we sell them sp cheap Try us and bo convinced Youra Truly G Gu Brown ItU W STONIi JOLLY KY ATTORNEY AT LAW FOR SALE OR TRADE csfleorbofs Severol Mules and one Draught Horse W II sell chesp for cash or on tlnw r will traeVe fctr This stock I It ro lor further Information call a iiMraea cedto HJrSmMUK bvNpMVr - 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest TllR US Govt Report E5HLKOKKNRII3aK PRESTON The littlo Mle jes of our town have been collecting odd buttons for charm strings Littlo Vandn Fry ml re has a beautiful and unlquo collection of more than two hundred assorted buttons Gertrude Allen nnd Nannie Drown ench have a lovely tiling How I wish that I wcro a child again with a childs inno- Â¬ cent delights and pleasures There is many nn old cynic hard hearted and cal- Â¬ lous of whom the human mind can scarcely conceive the fact that he was once a child Isnt it dreadful to think how sweet and Innocent we all wero at one time and how as wo grew up wo wero dettlnul to ho nnd learn of so much wlckolness Fortunate is tho child to which Providence gave a happy homo and christian parents to ttnch its littlo feet how to trod the straight nnd narrow way and how to recognize and shun bIu in any form It makes mo shudder to think of the children born in the hovels and filthy tenements of largo citii s where p ofunlty aud drunk- Â¬ enness are the chief characteristics of tho parents who vt ry early in life begin to teach their off pring how to deceive pilfer aud all manner Of vice Dut it is a sad fact Hint ninny good parents unin- Â¬ tentionally teach nnd distill into a childs mind deception The homo is the childs world and pupa ami mamma its sover eigns whom tho child regal ds as omni potent ami whom it is continually en Â¬ deavoring to imitate both in speech and action So the parents should try to bo worthy examples for their children I rend the other day where a little boy whose parents were going on a short visit to a place where it wasnt thought advisable to take tho child was told to go to lils room nnd play that they had ahondoncd the idea of making the visit The little boy went perfectly satisfied that bis parents were in the house when on happening to glance out of his win dow ho saw them pass by in the carriage Turning to liis nurse with tho big tears rolling down his cheeks ho said Thero gos two of tho biggest liars in tho world Charles Dickens said that it was good to be a child again especially on Christ Â¬ mas times but I verily believo if I should live to be a Methusela that I should still love children and take de- Â¬ light in their amusement Did you ever think about how this world would bo if thero wero no children in it Every Â¬ body grown up Why it Is even sad to see oue home not made bright by baby laughter Let us all bo kind to tho children for we cannot keep them as sucli very long Tis but a stop from tho cradle to the grave NMS OLD GLOYKRPOHT BRANDENBURG Held over from last week Y our country a third has charge of the book reviews whlio others must study up tho records of tho lives of mm nnd women at tho moment most prominent- Â¬ ly before tho public In this way women aro brought closely in touch with the lifcof the world and lifted nbovo local prcjtullco and tradition In some neigh Â¬ Rocking borhoods what aro called Chair Clubs obtain Such organiza Â¬ tions havo no object other than tho cul- Â¬ tivation of friendship among women The motto might well bo tho words of Emerson Conversation what is It all One member reads aloud but that while tho others sew but part of the time Is dovoted to tho good old fashion of telling tho individual experience and passing on tho helpful thought tho title of tho book or article found of service tho useful receipt of tho personal dis- Â¬ covery of new methobs of value in tho homo In ono club what has been call- Â¬ ed the Threo Ds Dress Diseases and Domo3tlcs wero prohibited topics and no woman was allowed to quoto her husband or chronicle tho sayings and doings of her children In another neighborhood where most of tho women were young mothers tho little ones be Â¬ came the principal subject of discussion nnd that most charming work Mothers in Council became almost the hand- Â¬ book of tho organization E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino Tnr Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when all things else failed Its a now remedy for all coughs For salo by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Iloyser Constan- Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfiold Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky AftkaeSuae1WrhTeavayeyeBeiya 2 CHATTERBOX V Baking Royal Powder agsa PURE ABSOLUTELY News 13 hope I have too much sense to at Â¬ tempt a criticism on Mr Bellamys I Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAIICII 1803 PAYNESVILLE Dr Hardesty seems to bo very busy now Mrs Suo Ititcbie Is having her dwell ing repaired Visiting visiting nil but poor me 1 have to stay in doors nil the time They are having a very interesting prayer meeting nt tills place every Sun day Health of the community good with tho exception of a few cases of In grippe and croup Mrs L C Biown nnd daughter Fanny spent last Saturday with her sister Mrs Â¬ 1 Â¬ Tli os Brown Miss Nettie Mattlngly has gone to Guston to spend a week with her cousin llettlo llardcsty Mrs lopham is very low nt this writ Â¬ ing she is quite an old lady therefore tho grippe is serving her badly Misses Tomio Drown Blanche and Mnud Whelan Bpent one night last weel with their aunt Mrs J L Drown Doth of our clever merchants went to leave but also Mrs Youtsler What shall we all do for hats this spring All who attended the concert cro Friday report a nice time with tho ex Â¬ ception ol several who were in the bnck of tho room Thoy seemed to not onjoy themselves very much It would have been a grand nfTair if tho crowd had been smaller but tho people were so crowded that it seemed impossible for them to keep quiet hut nevertheless we were thankful to see nnd hear what we did Mr Elisha Arnolds meat house burn Â¬ ed last Monday the loss being great but Mr Arnold never lost courage ho ascended tho roof of the kitchen the temperature then below zoro to prevent the dwelling from catching on lire He being very small created great laughter as ho looked like an english sparrow in great distress but Dishs loss didnt prevent his enjoying himself Thursday as he could trip tho plgrou wlng nnd throw tho cards successfully but he wasnt In it n little bit when Jeff Thornsbcrrv nnd Nick Mercer put in their appenrance They were the cham Â¬ pion players if all reports be true this is tho t de told by Jeff 1 Louisville Monday to select their spring goods Surely from tho time they are staying tho littlo town will be overflow Â¬ ing with pretty goods soon Miss Lillian Mattingly returned from Andyville last Sunday where she 1ms been spending n week with her cousin Agnes Ilnrdesty What do you guehs Henry will do since Lilly took her de Â¬ parture Oh great grief the long sighs Dessio is in possession of since tho tidings has She reached hero from Tulsa I T thinks I suppose of tho many rivers and States that lay between her and well you can guess who Good gracious Jell surely means busi ness form the looks of the fires ho has Tliuts been having tho last few days right Jeff when a man has a large family ho has to look forward with longing eyes nnd work very hard to supply their wants Mrs Maggie Itoberts has moved to her We all re homo near New Highland gret giving hor up as she did well her part in our society circle and taught her pupils not only their books but good manners thereforo sho is greatly missed as the littlo noisy jays are seen on the streets at any time Mr Diehard Coomcs passed through town to day with an engine ho is pre preparing to saw there being a great many logs already on tho ground Now is your your timo young men put in your bill and build you a lovely littlo residence then youll marry without Â¬ Â¬ Perhaps you would not think feobuta very largo proportion of diseases In New York comes from careieusncss about catching cold snys Dr Cyrus Edson Jt is such a simple tiling aud so com- Â¬ mon that very few people unless it is n case of pneumonia pay any attention to n cold There arc n great many cases of catarrh nnd consumption which have their origin ill this neglect of the sim Â¬ plest precaution of every day life The most sensible ndvico is w lien you hnvo one get rid of it ns soon as possible Dy Dr Edson all means do not neglect it does not tell you how to cure n cold but Cough we will Take Chamberlains Itemedy It will relieve tiio lungs nid expectoration open the secretions and soon effect a pcrmnuent cure 23 nnd0 cent bottles for sale by A D Fisher Clovorport Ky and Kinchtloe Hoard Hardiiuhuig Ky TEXAS REVOLUTION Texas Land Grants Issued to Soldiers of the Texas Jtevolnt i n Names of the Heirs Lliing In Kentucky Jut 1 little sunshine Just a little rain Just n few fast fleeting yens Just a boy so wild Then lie grows to manhood Then comes on old age Thus ou line the journey Iroin the rridle to the grave looking Backward yet I dont be- Â¬ lieve thero aro many of us who can imagine tho bright future that ho pict Â¬ ures Dickens says the year is fickle nnd changeable in its youth and like all other things created undecided whether to strp backward into winter or forward into summer But at this day wo have reasons to believe that in the next hund Â¬ red years there wIIMjo an advancement toward a millenium At tho same time wo need not look for a repeal of the law which sajs that man shall earn his bread by the sweat of his b ow Electri- Â¬ city which Is now tho center of attract- Â¬ ion of tho wholo Fcientlfiu world by many inventions and discoveries yet to be made will bring economy in timo nnd labor By this agent tho locomo- Â¬ tive engine will be sent across the conti- Â¬ nent in a great deal less time and ex Â¬ pense than at present Our great vessels will bo shoved across the Atlantic in less time than six days And to go further electricity may in the next century be tho means of our communicating with other planets possibly establish a trafllc with Mars Think of ordering a href steak for break- Â¬ fast from tho planet Mars by telegraph aud think of the economy there might bo in establishing an electric line of com- Â¬ merce with the moon that mountainous country where sheep raising is said to bo the chief industry How nico it will bo to send a load of watermelons to these Lunar Inhabitants and receive therefor a suit of clothes witli the tariff off Recip- Â¬ rocity Of course wo can all conceive the idea of tho flying machino being made a suc- Â¬ cess by means of electricity These machines will bo a source of pleasure as well as profit From our conception of tho climate of tho moon wo can easily conctive what popular resorts thoso lakes would be which we see with our telescopes interspersed among her mountains And where is the country that will give them more patronage than eirth Hero Is more economy A competition will be established thereby Of course stock in hotels nt and Snratoga will bo consider- Â¬ ably below par And justthiuk of sweet Â¬ hearts basketing in tho sure enough pale yellow light of tho moon And then tho novelty as well as pleasure our women would realize in visiting their What an improve- Â¬ Lunar neighbors ment over hanging on the alley fence talking to a dear friend about some poor neighbor who has never been out of sight of tho smoke of her own chimney 1 Â¬ Naples-on-thc-Gu- lf e fail Miss Maggie Hardesty aud brother Noah of llhodelia attended church hero last Sunday wo also saw tho pleasant smiles of Miss Katio Harrison of Con- Â¬ Why Kato I had lost hopes of cordia over seeing you anywhere hopo you will surprise mo soon again in the near future Dr ODryan returned from Louisvillo last week tho cause of his staying so long Frank wanted him to select his household needings Wouldnt you liko We aro to know w lint ho bought tlrst all longing for next fall to roll by as Dr ODryan is just suro to bo a candidate- for Legislature and ho being a very popu lar man it will take a good ono to beat him Â¬ WE All WOSIIUH Why Henry walked of with the stove pipe on his back the other night Why John looked so lonely last Sun day was George ahead Why Dr ODryan groaned so nt tho concert Friday night Why Clarenco wanted to put a paper collar on his horse What Henry Cashmau wanted witii that home made sugar What pleased Alma King so well Sun day night Why L 0 Drown didnt get to recite his dialoguo after he spent so much time going to practice Â¬ Â¬ Yes we aro born grow up to be men and women toil nnd work labor and pray never satisfied always striving for the unattainable but life is short nfter all and it will not matter to us in Ofiice ok State Jouhnai a hundred years from now All lifes Afstiv Tevas March ilh 18U3 Enirois News Much excitement lias petty annoyances nud great griefs cannot been cawed by the recent discovery of a signify then A hundred years frum now batcli of land grants issued to tho un- Â¬ It is nn use to fret known heirs of tho following soldiers of In this lower life of ours No human pathway ever ran tho Texas Devolution tho muster roll Th nugli all Its course oer flowers showing that many of these soldiers went Our feet must press the thorns to Texas from Kentucky and probably And stumble oer the rocks the heirs are among your readers The Uleslitga come mortly single Hut troubles conic in locks lands aro valuable and nwait the claim Hut tis the way twas planned of heirs Tho list is ns follows viz bo keep a placid brow I Harlow W C M Daker Fred Del It wilt not matter ought to us ford Wm Dloodgood Augustus Daker A hundred years from now James A Dradford M Caralow John Whether we dress in silk Chassaigne James M Cass James Or wear the beggars gown Douglas Calvin Farmer J A Foster Whether our coach and four Klcctrlfies the town i Dobert Moreland Greene Daniel Gil Or if wc tramp the road martin Edward Guiton John C Hunter Ilarefootcd and obscure Wiley Hunter Peter Hilt Thos W Learning the lesson set for us t To suflcr and endure Johnson John Lafayette William G Whether our name is traced Logan Itobcrt Logan Washington Lock High on the scroll of fame hart C C Kline Win Mayer James Or not a hundred years to joine McCoy Win MaGce Georgo Marrian It will he all the same John II Parkhurst C T Pendleton T Then let us dally live J Dedman Dobt Kussell George Smith Content In hope to wait Win P Scott J E L Solomon James lvrhaps the unseen world May fully compensate Trice James G Wolf Daniel Young Us for the many ills Chas S Zunn That cloud our weary way Will sond papers with full rqnrt free The gloom of night may break Into the perfect day I on application And whether rich or poor Faithfully You is Or where wc live or how J vs II Goki it Soss Will matter little to us all Austin Texas A hundml years frem now I Tks Within the next hundred years Womans Suffrage will prevail through- Â¬ out tho land And where is the man who will not bo glad to see it 7 Where is the husband who will not delight in seeing his wife go to the polls and deposit her sentiments Where is the man who is not fond of womans flattery Imitation is tho slncerest flattery and the men all know that womans greatest desire to vote is to bo like men When the women become voters they will probably have a majority at least hold the balance of power and then many old laws will be repealed and new ones enacted Hanging and electrocution will bo banished from the country All the murderer will have to do will be to ap Â¬ pear before a jury of twelve women plead guilty promise not to do so any more shed a few tears and he will bo Â¬ dismissed It will be a penitentiary oflense for a girl to wear bloomers Dudes will prob- Â¬ ably be allowed the samopriveleges thoy onjoy now Divorce laws will undergo a change It will be unlawful for any man to belong to a club or bo caught on the street after 8 oclock at night One hundred years of hard labor in the state prison will be the penalty on a man for proposing to a girl in a joke And again as we approach this millen- Â¬ ium thero Is another great change that I must speak of Now we see each other as through glass darkly Then we will see each other faco to face now it a difficult matter to find a man who is in debt to us Then wo will make no en- Â¬ deavor to avoid a man to whom wo are Indebted Then when the poorcountry man visits his rich relative in the city he will not bo expected to give tho pump handle shake but the ed grip Doctors will be on good terms with tho old women It will be as com mon lor the girls to make tho proposition as it will bo for the boys to do so Old maids and homely girls will bo on equal footing with the sweet sixteen beauty The tramp will He down with the millionaire and a general reciprocity will exist between all nations through- Â¬ out the world n Held mer from lait week it I Mr Jesso Cunningham ntteuded tho dance Thursday Messrs John Dure nnd Diehard Drown of Ithodelin wpro visiting friends near this place last week and attended tho concert Fridav night also Mr Gnbo Rhodes Mr and Mrs Will Huberts have moved to their home near Falrmount Wo rt grettcd to see them leave as thoy had won tho friendship of all tho people around here Wo aro glad to hear that Father Her btith will open a spring school hero March 4 It will bo something impor- Â¬ tant Every one should strive to send their children He is prepared to teach tho common school branches latin and music Tho party given by Mr and Mrs Kiisha Arnold last Thursday was quite a success It was enjoyed by both old and young The music was splendid and therefore tho young folks were supplied with all the enjoyment sufllciont to pats away the day pleasantly We aro sorry to learn that Mr Ellis Bayslnger will soon take his departure for Oklahoma accompanied by Mrs U E Youtsler Mr Ellis is an industrious young man possessing all the good qual Â¬ ities consequently ljo is leaving many Ami Wo not only regret seeing him Acting through tho blood Hoods Sar It May Do as Much for You saparllla not only cures scrofula salt Mr Fred Miller of Irving III writes rheum etc but gives health and vigor that ho had a Severe Kidney trouble for to tho whole body many years with severe pains in his back nnd also that his bladder was affect SHILOH ed Ho tried many so called Kidnoy cures but without any good result We aro glad to seo the sunshino oncu About a yenr ago ho began uso of Elec Â¬ more tric Ditters and found relief at once Miss Grace Darger will return to Mis- Â¬ Electric Ditters is especially udapted to souri in a fow days euro of all Kidney nnd Liver troubles Willie Kroush is all smiles Its a nnd often gives nlmost instant relief boy One trial will piovo our statement Price only 50c for largo bottle At A Miss Ella Handy has been sick for sev It Fishers drug store eral days Mrs Susan Wheeler has recovered from a spell of sickness KIRK Mrs Eliza Dandy and daughters will Pete Slioron is going to build an add- - visit Mrs 0 S Crosson soon tion to his More this weel Thomas Dandy is visiting Mr Sam Wallace Medley of Meado County Moredock He likes Owensboro very who has been visiting his sister the past much nnd will remaiu thero several week returned homo Saturday weeks Mrs Tula Duumun left Monday for Mr John Cart and Miss Nannie Elder Frodrlcklown also Mies Lena Mattingly wcro married Feb 14 May their fu- Â¬ Miss Lena McGary was the guest o ture he spent iu happiness Miss Millie aud Itosle Shcron Sunday BALLTOWN evening Frank Jarboo and Hardin Pate were There was prayer meeting held at the in our town Saturday Christian church March 3 Felix Asklns and wife of Hecch Fork Tlo farmcis are nil busy wcro at Kirk shopping Saturday Dick Whltehouse is on tho sick list Lon Rhodes and wife were the guests Augusta Taboling ia very ill of Lon Jarboo and wife Sunday Charliu Taboling has gone to Illinois Lafe Cannon and Feuly Brown were visiting at Charley Sherons Saturday Wo wish him a successful trip night Mrs Mary Murray has left ua for Glen Miss Jonnio Kenton and Miss Bell Wane to stay a short time Brown Mr Tom Jarboe and Mr Jim 0 Bone Pate has opened a elora Id Mattingly were visiting at Mr Hiram this place Wo hope he will do a good Winchols Saturday night and Sunday hiwiness Â¬ A new theory in the treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affections has been advanced by the manufacturers of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It Is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sell it on a positive guarantee For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr It II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer A Co Bums Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett A Co Bewleyvillo Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky A tino CURES DISEASE Tho Electropoiso gave mo complete re Â¬ INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS lief from excruciating pain in three ap- Â¬ plications 1 also find it good for treating DELEGATE children for their numerous ailments tffrmur frm I FUCORRHE A orWHITevS Co 0 T Soden with Bridgeford ill md immediate relief and permanent eure by using Louisville Ky Mr G W Flint of Skylight Kysays I suffered for years with my kidneys rhyslnan inflammation of the bladder and enlarge ieteary NoDMiii No ineomrnit nee Ihr nfrre ment of tho prostrate gland After a ire apiuirn local diMl inn and distributing direcijy annciea short trial of tho Electropoiso I am en- Â¬ ipin inetttry airpansI he vt e iiaranlee an alunlute n full treatment consists o tirely relieved and feel twenty years Jiree formulas A D atd Ci Furmutn A fnr recent cone younger Funniilti II fur ntnre severe cases tar 7Vfrce or loan standing I havo derived moro benefit from tho rise Bach ta00 Per Box or a Xloxes for 8BOO Correspondence solicited Reference furnished uso of Electropoiso than from all other THE ROYAL CHEMICAL CO 103 UROADWAV CINCINNATI O remedies combined I think it the grandest invention of tho age It can JMIUBY and LASTING XU3S17XTS not be praised too highly Mrs M E Yt FAT Ten Gorman Sadieville Kyt August 20 Simple i No Inconvenience ea sure ASnaLOTILT TKldl caniUy John II Davis Esq of Barboursville thin from any inlurious substance ktala L1S3E ABEOimw sinn Tn Ky The Electropoiso is tho best all We GUARANTEE CURE nr nfuitri mii im around doctor I know of My wifo suf- Â¬ 1rlce SOO per bottle Send 4c lortrntln fered from effects of la grippe for several CItKMONT SLEDIOAL CO Boston Mass years also a complication of other all Now she is entirely well monts In Â¬ digestion bothered me a great deal am Bucklens Arnica Salve now well Ono of my neighbors is using AAA A MJ Kk The B3ST Salve in tho world for Cuts it for lung trouble and reports improve Â¬ uiuiwro uuicb Uium unit iiuuuuitei ment Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblains As a curative agent the Electrppoise Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ itively cures riles or no pay required can not bo equaled Nearly 1000 have It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ been put out from this office in the last faction or money refunded Price 25 three months cents per box For sale by A R Fisher TElectropolao put out on trial for Clubi tot Farmers Wives four months for 10 Send for valuablo A simple organization and one of book free great interest is called Tho Nowspaper DUBOIS WEBB Club writes Helen Jay in tho March Ladles Home Journal The members BOO iourtb Aveuue Loulevlllc Ky are bound to carefully read the news of the day as stated by tho papers One Ilotiloa Aluminum CoOtoeKcotioBitxer FITS AMY COFFEE POT Kvepa member is assigned the foreign news for Free Trial cUan NoKinliiltisui or --i tli rot I PENNYROYAL WAFERS A ipedno monthly tndtctne for Udl tulJ tfsDrruitj Saves mtessns niruju to io rusiioeM emu rtfulit bjiI mtntci one week another tho political doings in Hniuur producing1 free leilthv Ylnlau Eronoraiser to lusks totter Ajjm aiKBJsXKO Mo ache or pln on i - iirnw mittx cuwr cvtir T rroaca now tueU by JeUllt Silver in last Ifsuo of tho News from Irvington had the truo ring silvery chlmrs Any depreciation from those old classic tones or Buddcn departuro from this standard may result in destroy Â¬ ing enormous values now Invested in the coin Any depreciation of the worlds wealth is to be deplored as the loss entails suffering and 111 let ry should either gold or silver be demonetized for the world to day recognizes both ns money How to accomplish the tight theory without Impairing the stability of our finances seems a Herculean task with no sol on to solve But one clause in particular I want to say Amen to was this See to it that every man who offers for any office from tho highest to tho lowest has the necessary moral qualifications as well as intellectual Put no man in ofiice to rule and govern in affairs of County Statot or Government who has not a record unblemished morally Liko church officials S 8 Superintendents nnd teachers they should bo pre ominently puro Our representative men must bo unsullied Tho tencheis in schools any one who asks the people for recognition Silence is often golden But just as often a word in season is an apple of gold framed in rubies Still greater discrimination is required to draw the dividing line between the two sllenco and speech A time comes in every ones life when not to speak is cowardly when by so doing you can vindicate a reputation orsavoa character But the drawback to straight forwardness in this world is being misunderstood misinter- Â¬ preted When one acts or speaks from purely conscientious motives and im- Â¬ pulses it is a poor recompense to receive vituperation instead of gratitude But when wo remember that tho sinless Ono and tho only holy individual who ever came to earth was misconstrued cer- Â¬ tainly wo should be consoled When one simply does as he or sho would be dono by there should never bo remorse or regret for tho course pursued A clear conscience can defy tiio world I hopo everybody read Bab last Sunday on The Cardinal Vice Pre- Â¬ tense Let us look abroad and wo can all seo where it leads to destruction An inordinate ambition a desire to bo what ono is not being unhappy because one has not the surroundings of another Striving to get something as handsome as a neighbor or friend who has a dollar to anothers nickle Giving a dinner a supper because somebody else does We have as little of it in this place as any town I ever know and I do believo thero is as little pretense with the majority of the people as youll find in a long travel Still just a little while back I heard a real sensible individual say My daught- Â¬ ers do not go to church or go out be- Â¬ cause they cannot drees as so and so nnd thoy know there will be comment The very idea I There isnt a person In this placo of such pretension as to make a remark about a genteel attired girl in calico and shes far more esteemed than if she dressed beyond her ineans Should one of moderate income go out very olegantly equipped oven if she could or take an expensive trip one would feel silly and as if all her friends wero saying what an absurd woman But when ones neighbor who can well afford to indulge in such things udorns herself with beautiful clothesshould any one who is a true honest woman feel aught but a spirit of gladness that she has the wherewithal to thus beautify herself her home or her children Cannot another be just as happy with different surroundings and enjoy themselves and at tho same time rejoice that God has given of His bounty to others hut that to them He has qot denied the blessings of love mercy and comforts I could never understand how any other feeling could exist and we can cultivate it or to the contrary Money is a good thing but it does not and never will bring happiness Thero has to bo a source within there has to bo a feeling supreme of perfect honesty and not a particlo of pretense that we could do so and so but we dont want to Very few of us havo not some mission in life and if it consists in making an upright living let ns be proud of it in Â¬ stead of pretending we do It for pastime and if pursued for pleasure or mere love of tho calling the vicinity will not be slow to recognize it Without honesty of purpose we are ultimately failures Â¬ Â¬ In Poor I means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases rynilr frciv trifling ailments negiecud Don t play with iature s Health health I J greatest gift Browns ktilul sntt vteik jvil puieralh ex ill iusltl date 110 i ttu jaiil tan t jberli it otftislc g ll n wmli II c strei il li Ifvi uari tcliiir Iron tBitters L K 11 nii i r wiiu nis iSit nun l Bl rs A Iron liot- lev cure benefit frm ifif itain yrur i lit tli ami 119 plvayaut to take I ttj ioi ery first iluse 1 It Cures Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation Malaria Kidney and Liver Troubles l Rid nlnnt ilhascrossc red Ret nnlv the genuine Nervous aliments Womens complaints V -- S Fair Views and book r lines on tne wrapper All others ate sub- stltutes On receipt of twosc stumps we f will send set of leu Beautiful Worlds J alynajPaAaAyrgy BROWN CHEMICAL CO f ice BALTIMORE - MO FACTS I Â¬ POSITIONS GUARNTEED nashvhmtenn Do not siy It can under reasonable conditions Bimetallic Standards not be done until you send for free 1 20 pace catalogue DRAUOHTONS PRACTICAL Intellectually the status of bimetallism BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of hnotl has never sinco the grievous errors of hand Typewriting and telegraphy 1871 71 been as high as at present 4 WEEKS by firaujihtons method of tcmh inff book keeping is equal to 12 WEEKS by Even tho Rothschilds believo that the old method of Its In It ernids uso of silver as full money of account Kinplovi ent more money thanthe Intc est Department half thr business take In should be extended and many of the collegei in the south Hankers as tuMon It is Merchants And strongl mlorsert lf Gladstoninns go as far as to agree that r radical book keepers nil over the United Slates Cheap board rates of tuition leasonable all countries except England would con- Â¬ Open to both sexes ooo students past year representing 36 States aud Territories It has fer a benefit on international trade by also prepared books for raising silver to equality with gold with Â¬ HOME STUDY sent on 60 days trial When sou write explain in their own boundaries Address J your wants Draughon Prest Financial thought perceives that the Nashville Tenn N II It pays cash f for vacancies as book gold standard movement of the 70s was keepers stenographers teachers etc repotted not only a mistake but was with singu- Â¬ provided it fills same f larly bad fortune timed just when the industrial conditions of Europo ard Amorica wero creating a tendency to falling prices SOLICITING FOR To intensely aggravate the tendency was to produce steady losses and to ch Protective hanco tho difficulties of fulfilling the cal- Â¬ AND culations of enterprise Collection Agency Germany Is beginning to talk bimet- Â¬ allism with bolder confidence A bi- Â¬ THIS IS NO HUMBUG metallic party is gathering force in Eng- Â¬ land tho Balfour Impetus of over a year ago not having been as many pre- Â¬ BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT dicted it would be a temporary sensa- Â¬ Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY tion The United States are not called upon to await movements in England France Wo have waited atand Germany OF tended conferences and hoped for re- Â¬ sults to come through international co-Â¬ We should fix our own free operation coinage of gold and silver Then wo Capital Brook 25 000 would bo able to await Europes agree- Â¬ Surplus 7 600 ment with a comfortable feeling that we D F BEARD had done the 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