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Wfartw VFtVTff tr fmw 3RF THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1895 NO 35 PLEASE RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR 1895 o-ijiFoiisrij- f What a Visitor From This City stove Saw and Hoard On a Pleasure Trip to that Lovoly Clime No one could get water to wash or drink before 0 oclock the next morn- Â¬ ing We passed Crawley only eight Delightfully Told for the Benefit of Hor Friends and the Roadorsof the News INCIDENTS OF THE TRIP w morning of Feb and I took our leavo of homo and friends for a trip to the far west We reached Louisville Ky at 1 oclock remained in the city until in Ac afternoon of the next day at 3 oclock We took the Southern Pacific at Tenth and Broadway for New Orleans in company with Mrs Wigington who was bo full of life and jokes that I soon got rid of a spell of the blues thatcame ever me about noon that day The train stopped about ten minutes at Elizabeth town whero wo had a pleasant chat with Mr and Mrs A nut and little Nolto We pissed through Tennessee at night I was anxious to see Galiton as I had heard my step mother speak so often of Noth- Â¬ a sister of hers who lived thero ing occurred of interest until we reached Birmingham Ala there wo could boo roller flouring mills steam laundry and bakeries all lighted up and at work Twas Looked as if the city was on fire there that we left the snow and cold the next day as we passed through the country we could see for miles the beau- Â¬ tiful grey moss hanging from the tops of the trees almost touching tho ground also the magnolia trees olives live oak The pormeda is and permeda bush very much like the palm leaf We crossed Tenntssee and Alabama rivers pass Â¬ ed through many nice towns such as Mississippi City Pass Christian Bay St Louis titc We reached Mobile the 0th inst at noon We were there quito a little while where the train stopped for dinner We saw threo hundred or more sailboats on Mobile bay We had to cross a great deal of water in fact you could Bee nothing but water for several miles We were enjoying tho scenery and our trip very much when the con Â¬ ductor threw a gloom over ua by saying that we had to separate at New Orleans That my ticket was over the Southern Pacific and Mrs Wigingtons over the JFfxas Pacific that being tho case we de Â¬ cided to remain over night in the city We asked at the depot for a flrst class hotel We wont as directed soon found that we had made a mistake but con- Â¬ cluded to make the best of a bad situa- Â¬ tion and enjoyed our stay very much tinderthe circumstances The next morning both train and peoÂ¬ ple were transferred on a boat across the Mississippi river After the train had started I began to feel somewhat lonely About that time Mr Balrd one of our drummers recognized Bay and I and He travel- Â¬ came over to whero we were ed quite a little distance with us was very kind ate lunch with us just before ho reached his stopping place Wishing us a pleasant safe trip he bid us good Â¬ bye We were now in the Cotton Belt in Loutsana I beean tq notice the cotton plantations We saw all kinds of early Vegetables noticed that the dirt was thrown up in hills around tracts of land I asked an old gentleman who sat in front of mo why that was done He said they used what was called a push plow to throw up the dirt around the rice that it required very wet soil Tho water was pumped from Mean Tower river and Cane ground was fixed Acadia Parrish the same way except the water was pumped out instead Tho sugar cane re- Â¬ quired dry soil and there waa a great Tho cane made into deal ofit raised sugar and molasses and shipped WcBt where thoy bought all of their eatables and feed for their horses and cattle You see but little Umber in Louisiana Wo reached Jew Ibera late in tho afternoon of the 7th New Ibera la a nice little city with fifteen thousand in Â¬ habitants You can see th beautiful cemetery from the car window seven miles from the town la a Bait mine that has no end We can also see Spanish Lake When the water is high the lake fih Ret Into the bayou what we eall a creek as the water falls people kill the Cli with sticks the fish come in from the Quit of Mexleo Tula gantleman allowed me hU farm containing threo rt hundred and sixty aciw and said he sold fclghteen hundred dollars worth of rle last year beside cane and eetton Ilia two aoue did the farming he lived in New Orleanr and was in btuinew 1 witfiasUam pipe and toiler covwlng towi- company lie had twule la w twenty UiotHasd delktrs In two vHn years He Id anyone could liva ebap er in Naw Orteana than asy alty in thf Unfd 8tty ArWtbeoUl gentleman - If ft tha tnilit it to get so dark we We poajd m no uteri of Ue country took mm MMpar m Lataywe a baaatv ful litUo towH wJUt atioWtlme Uiouwnd inbabttaBto Tlw w4ker changed eon alterably it tamed axtaHaaly sold The everyone odiripialMd it water froee it the pipea right by the 4th GALiroRXiA On the 05 my Httlo Ray Â¬ years old with eight thousand inhabit Â¬ ants tho greatest shipping point in tho state Wo saw Lake Charles by moon light also the rice grass burning on the plains After we had gotten some dis- Â¬ tance in Texas it was very much warmer There was nothing much to ad mini except the cactus trees cowboys cattle etc We passed Huston In tho night and many other important places At 1 oclock Friday morning the Stb wo passed Uralde with six thousand in habitants one mile from the railroad At Delno we bad lunch after leaving Del no some distance could see the Rio Grand river after which we crossed tho Pagos river andDevils river The bridge across Devils river is three hundred feot high and n mile long Saturday the Otb we reached Rio Grande Station a linn looking place taken up by the Mexicans Their houses wero built of sticks and ditt At noon wo reached Elpaso Texas the placo I had longed to see as my hus- Â¬ band and brothor were there In business Twas two years ago for a short timo there that my dearest friend and cousin Mrs Charlie Hoyser had gone for her health after which she soon died As I looked at the strange people and even the house where they had lived many sad things crowded my memory I could hardly keep backs the tears I left my things in tho waiting room took Ray walked a square and a half to the street car went over into Old Mexico A gentleman formally from Kentucky pointed out the old church three hund- Â¬ red years old tho lottery building cus- Â¬ tom house etc Wo wero gone sorao little time but got back just in timo for the train The Mexicans wero at the depot dressd in colors with their fancy sabers inviting the people to remain over until tho next day to see tho best bull fight they bad ever had in Old Mexico The train only passed through a small Consequently portion of New Mexico We we saw but little of the country could see the beautiful mountains cov- Â¬ ered with snow while the thermometer Saturday was about 80 where we wore By this night found us in Arizonia time I had mado the acquaintance of nine persons who enjoyed talking about tho country scenery etc as much as I did Threo couples wero hunting homes Tho trains were crowed with eastern people going west Somo to one state some to another I met one couple from Kalamazoo Mich another from South Dakota and another from South Missouri and still another from Cleveland 0 The trip through Arizo- Â¬ nia was somewhat unpleasant twas veiy warm dry and dusty We took breakfast Sunday morning at Yuma the hottest place iu the United States We then crossed Colorado river into California We saw nothing of in- Â¬ terest for some distance At last we iw mirage imitation of water you imag- Â¬ ined you could see a beautiful stream of water but some one on the train who knew said tho ground was perfectly dry We next arrived at Volcano Springs hot boiling water coming up out of tho ground two hundred and sixty feet be- Â¬ low Bea level Next we came to Salton where the earth is as white as if It was covered with snow We saw this for several miles and in some places the earth is black and sleek liko slate We saw nothing but dry bunches of grass no trees or shrubs to be seen the mount Â¬ ains are on either side miles away At Indlowe saw an Artesian well twelve hundred feet deep Nearly a hundred miles furthor on we saw tho mountain called San Juan Indio Spanish name eleven thousand feet above sea lovel We saw a snow storm on tho mountain while it was like a summer day with us Ita beauty I could never describe In going around this mountain an extra engine was used making slow speed When we arrived at a station called White Water somo ono remarked that the mountains were only fifty feet from us another who knew said they wero a mile and a half away Wo saw a rain bow on a mountain that looked as if it was right on the ground At Banning wemw all kinds of fruit trees for the first Apricots olive pears etc time spruce fences or hedges also Eeyptian corn raised for chicken Jeed We reached Beaumont twenty live hundred feet above sea level thirty five I a tended remaining one day nothing Â¬ Â¬ tbt r oacunaMon winy ravmiaxL Jheia bMaUM tty caw ptrmtuuntltf aad do N Theyre j4mtatHt moor coated aaa eay fa take TUrei bo Uttuit mm to the tvstem diet BitUfacttan guarantied of KMMtoa Afinih JMor Mr eetwi to do any good when yon look at one of Dr Pierce ricasant 1cUcta But jott try it wbea touVd biliotw or cojitUpated or have a1 tour oiuicli or a lit ot ViiIaMlhm rnl youll nim WftUMt theyre tte Ixtt thing in the world -- iTseens too small Un trXy PiaHtoai t Jlnliim tivit tiin ili A Mead ef tatat IK HtmnwMlwt aguMTttMTwr grow rwtwi remained for me to do but to start out I walktd down to the corner of First and Main walked up to the street car con miles upgrade and twenty five degrees below zero at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon We then go down twenty threo hundred feet after which wo crsscd Santon river and get more and more interested in California Wo then saw nice orange groves the limbs hanging to the ground and bushels of nice oranges rottening A gentleman bought at Cotton Station a nice basket of oranges for 2o cents Sunday evening at 7 oclock wo reach Â¬ ed Los Angeles Our party together formerly of with Mr Huddleston Dokotn III but who makes his homo at Los Angelep stopped at tho Natick House whero we wero entertained roy- Â¬ ally had everything nice to eat a pleas- Â¬ ant room and every attention necessary at reasonable rates Tho next morning I learned that all of our party had de- Â¬ cided to remain several weeks con- Â¬ sequently the first thing they did was to hunt rooms so that left Ray and I alone As I was anxious to see the city and only ductor and told him that I wasastranger and would like to see tho best part of the city He told me that his car would tako me to West Lake Park a beautiful place bIx miles out After reaching tlo park watching the ducks swim looking at the lovely il iwers etc I took another car to Boll Heights a lovely cemetry then to the eastern part of the city We were very nearly to tho end of the lino when the conductor told us that one of tho cables had broken and if we wero in a hurry we had better take the mule cur which would take us to tho Western part of the city We all walked to the corner and whilo waiting for tho car I remarked to a gentleman that that was a He said lovely homo on the corner I told yes Are you a stranger here him I was He said go over and look at the orchard and flowers I know the people and they will not care I walked over rapped at tho door and a lady came out I asked if she was tho lady of the house said she was I told her that I had been invited by a gentleman to come and look at her flowers She said cer-Â¬ tainly you can look at them and pluck any thing you wish except from tho roso tree pointing to tho tree and then turned to Ray and said little girl you can have all tlifl oranges you want We gathered a few nice rose buds and four nice oranges As I stood on tip toe to reach tho largo rose buds thought of my friends at home and wished they could seo tho many beautiful flowers of every kind and gather some of them As I went on my lost round through tho city saw tho beautiful flowers green grass etc I wondered if Los Angeles wasnt something akin to Paradise Tho streets were so level that the boys were out on roller skates Tho men out with their lawn mowers cutting grass that was bo green and prttty that it looked like After dinner Mr Huddleston velvet kindly offered to take mo to see the City Park Court house Chamber of Com- Â¬ merce Library Building St Vincent College Green Houses etc I found from going into some of the stores that things could bo bought as cheap as in Kentucky I also learned that during tho months of May and June that they call Lafrlcsta Tho little girls dress in fine flowers have their horses decorated and ride in procession with sweet music We arrived at the hotel just in timo for supper then took tho buss for tho depot and tho train for Oakland Reached Oakland at 7 oclock Tuesday evening Brother Rlcliard met mo at tho depot A nice dinner was served a 7i3Q oclock at Mr Kimbles where my brother and family board The next evening Mr Charlie Sawyer from San Francisco formally from Cloverport called to eee us and Invited Mrs Owen and I to din Â¬ ner the next evening which wo accept- Â¬ We had to go part of the way on ed the train then on a largo boat across San Francisco Bay An Italian band stays on each boat and furnishes sweet music for the passengers Mr Sawyer met us at the landing and took ua nearly all over the city upjn the Mills building ten stories high whero wo could Bee nearly all over the city Next to China- Â¬ town where we saw many strange things and bought somo curiosities then to his house where an elegant dinner was We served in courses at 030 oclock then went back to Oakland which is a nice pretty city Mrs Owen and I the next day vinited the cemetery In Oakland The gardnera were pruning the trees roecs etc and carrying out the cuttings by the cart load It I had been ou my way home I would have gathered many nice slips Feb 13th we took a nice lunch went oyer Into San Francisco visited Sutio Height a nlee bark and residence own ed by theMayor of the city From there tq Cliff Hotiee on tlfe beach Saw Pacltte Ocean sea lions on the rocks watched the waves roll In for some time We could see Hie fUh boata rldlug the wave x We then passed the Mid Winter poaltloh ground into Golclon GaW Park We ta lunch at Dfer Glen aaw el iker moose oatrieb kasgaroo griatly We wtwt bear bufikW gad through th avenue saw blooding hoatt dovoa all kiado of Wrtk aquinole etc WoAty Uwowgh tho QOMsryaVwyV mw yjy kid of loydy fywo tkayor Â¬ grew I suppose then to the childrens play grounds whoro they had swings s and all kinds of amuse- Â¬ We then started ment for the children for home on tho way wo stopped at tho Board of Trade a large fruit exibit On tho morning of the 18th I left for Sacramento My brother Richard hav- Â¬ ing gone tho day before met me at tho depot at Sacramento Wq took a buss for tho Western Hotel had a nice dinner then wont out to vlow tho city Wo visited tho capitol building which is twelve stories high from which we could We visited Beo plainly the wholo city some of tho stores then to the hotel from thero to the depot whero we took tho train for Red Bluff Wu nirlvedat My brother Dr Red Bluff at 8 oclock Owen whom I had not seen for seven years was at tho depot with a hack to meet us Wo went to his home where a nlco lunch was ready for us prepared by his kind hearted little wife We dis- Â¬ cussed tho post and present until a late hour Thursday evening after my arriv Â¬ al we wero invited to a tea with ono of tho wealthiest families in the country I attended suppers and teas most of tho first week The second week was taken up largely in receiving and returning calls Red Bluff is a nice town of three thousand inhabitants From my window I can seo Mount Sinister fourteen hundred feet above sea lovel covered with eternal snow also Mount Losson a hundred miles away containing a great many springs a boiling mud lake a quarter of a mile across also a large arcu crude sulphur Bcatterep over the ground this lias been named by Californlans Buspus hell The people hero are real nice and They have nlco churches sociable schools and dwellings I havnt been in a church in California that has not been decorated with flowers A few nights after I came hero a man was murdered only a block away In his own house Fruit In this part of tho state costs There moro than it docs in Kentucky are large orange groves all over the state with hundreds of bushels of oranges rot- Â¬ tening Tho railroad company have things there own way Thero is strong talk of another road Wednesday the 2Cth Mr Dave Do Haven who lives eighteen miles in the country sent a nice spring wagon in for his daughter Miss Nettie Mrs Owen the children and myself Wo enjoyed going across tho plains passscd through several sheep and turkey ranches AVe took bedding and camped out Mr Do Havens ranche contains six thousand acres of land situated on Klden creek Our time was spent in cooking eating fishing gathering flowers and pretty rocks Mr DoIIaven has four thousand sheep Ho took us in a wagon to seo them Tho children enjoyed Baiting tho sbeep and looking at the Httlo lambs Mr Ned DoIIaven lives with his broth Â¬ er He looks as natural as when ho left Kentucky only somo older He left Dave De seventeen years ago Mr Haven left thirty nine years ago and was six months on tho way traveled in an ox wagon It is very interesting to hear His fight with him tell of his journey tho Indians on the plains and his bear fight which ho bears to this day after which ho came near dying He crawled to his camp and was very ill lor threo weeks The two brothers and two sons live alone do their own cooking wash- Â¬ ing etc Thoy seemed to enjoy our visit very much After our return home wo resumed calling receiving calls etc I havent visited Vina yet where thero is tho largest winery In the world nor Tascan Springs seven miles east of town whero people visit during the summer season for their health but I think I Bhill visit both places before I leavo for Mas T F Heyser homo merry-go-roundÂ¬ GROVELAND Will Jones returned from tho city last week Miss Fula Jones returned from Brnn donburg Saturday Miss Llda Powell is visiting Miss Olive Adklsson this week Jim Porter of Kkron was iu Grove land Tuesday ou business Sheriff Dick 1 lagan paid ono of our fair girls a call Sunday night Rev Denton of Louisville was the guest of D F Shacklett last waek Jako Shacklett jr vlctted his uncle I F Shacklett one day Inst week J Dave Henry and wife of Muldraugh were tho guests of their parents Mr and Mrs B J Carrico Dr Willett and brother Wilbur cf Ekron wero In town Wednesday on a r-r-rr- i W T VORY ivory OOAPi J je4 JJt THE IT FLOAT6 CIN U FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY PnOCTCn a QAM OLE CO C BOURNE J M UAKlEK DANIKL DU00K3 BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO purchasing expedition Our genial faiend Mr Charlie Cun diff of Guston was the guest of one of Grovelauds girls Sunday CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP Mr Henry Smith and family of near LOUISVILl F KY Hill Grove were tho guests of Gus BOURBON STOCK YARDS Brunor and family Sunday Mrs Wm Saunders of B andenburg was tho guest of her daughter Mrs 1 1 I HLADQUARTERS Hill I Jones Saturday and Sunday m yJKtvx Jr ft ROSES BULBS PLANTS and SEEDS Mrs P P Archer and daughter Miss TRY OUR UNRIVALED SETS Melissa were tho guesta of Mrs Salllo I1IIUEKEU AT VOIR l OST OrPICK rKKPAIll OUR CATALOGUE OF ISO PAOCB FKCE TO ALL Kendall and family last Wednesday TRY AND BE PLEASED WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION Mrs GusBruncrnnd Mrs J C Wil- Â¬ lett were on tho sick list la st week but OUR BtLtCTION OF SORTS we are glad to report thoy are improving 10trt 5ft t lOSutitrb Etrrbloonilug lt ct II 10 IrleClirjmintliemuma In lusorta at this writing 10 llctt Oomnliimi to cholceit colon ft Sot l IO New Mammoth Verbena 10 colon Mr Jake Siinuels and MIjs R ss Fow- Â¬ lOtorla 10 vt K 10 SvrretrM Cnrnntlunp everbloomlnir aorta ler wero mariiid Wednesday afternoon New llcllotropra moat fragrant III Set V U lliinly Miruba leading aorta 10 varietlea 10 srt jSjjfesM 4ShEAR at II oclock at the n sidence of tho brides colon Vt II IB tllaillolna Including Llillda Npt J 8 lkit llraperlne Sorta alt different colon father Mr Joe Fowler Sr i ACRES 4 Select Sorta French Cannaa beat bloomer Srt K UNDER Kyff8 X 10 Inea ami Crerpera for lorchor llaiketa Set I Mrs Joe Stith and daughter Mr Will O Kerna ami Monet for Kernerlea glass fOi Set M Rogers and wife and Rufus Jenkins of 10 foliage llanti brlglitett bardleat Sfl Set 16 1iickata Chdlce Flawer Siela eelcit Sal Vine Grove wen the guests of Mrs ii Fine Graceful Talma atrong Set I lie Kendall and family this week NEUNER Louisville Ky Address NANZ Rev J O Willett and wife enteitained the following friends last Monda Mibscs Llda Powell Olive Adklsson and RATES Tbe rroit centrally located Lou Shacklett Rev I F Shackktt and ZV PER DAY Hotel In tho city Rev Denton of S I T Svminary MIrs Isabolla Pack only child of Mr and Mrs Dick Pack died early Saturday morning March 2 of consumption She died in the full triumph of tho christians hopo Her funeral was preached by J C Willett Sunday evening March I at Buck Grove church Her faithful parents devoted cousins and loving friends very keenly mourn her loss As tho correspondent from Pellville mHSL has succeeded to well in his advertise- Â¬ ment for a blacksmith us to get so many applications for tho position in Buch n SHOE SALE CENTS short tiuiOjwotrust lie will be very for ONLY tunatelnsecuriitga good ono and that B he will permit m to advertiso in liko Book A A manner for Groveland is sadly in need I of one and none but a first class ono will - Commission Salesmen of Live Stock JX v2la N TN rvwv 1 50c TRIAL SETS 111 N SSOlV kio 1 jMT1 T Ea -- T 3IouisylleKy BIG Remarkable Good suffice A Humorous Pact About Hoods Sareaparilla it expels bad humor and creates good humor A battle for blood is what Hoods Sareaparilla vigorously fights and it is always victorious in expelling foul taints and giving the vital fluid the quality and quantity of perfect health It cures scrofula salt rheum bolls and other blood diseases Â¬ Hoods Pilis act easily yet promptly and efficiently on tho bowels and liver 23 aeUddr Everlasting bargains at tho Oar Loved One is Gone the professional man the farmer Axtkl Ky Died March 3 03 the nnd the laboring man It was writ wife of Clios Bennett after a lipgerlng Great Bargain Store ton in tho interest of eacli of them Illness For several days she lay strug Â¬ Whether Uepttbllcan Democrat gling between life and death but with or Populist every man who votes all tho good nursing and the skill of a should read it GEO good physician death snatched her from our midst She was perfectly rational HE hllUl TO CAM OU NOTICE YEAKEL for some time beforo she died and calling sENnioitir lrwiit I wjlst orerr man and woman In tbe troltad COST YOU IOSTIAID and Wnlikr her husband to her bedsldo shook hands Stattf Interested Inofttie Uplnm on thete die my booki fcablta to bare one CO with him and asked him never to forget easel Addreit II M Woolley Atlanta Ua Vox SM ana ono will be tent 70a Ires her Sbo was a strict member of tho Cath-olio IiRANDENBUKGKY THE CELEBRATED church led a good life and was loved Jno D Babbage by all who knew her Rev Father Gabo called to see her and gave her the last CIOVJItrOUT KY BIG SHOE SALE b1eeing of tho church She boro her aifferiBgo patiently was perfectly reÂ¬ FARM WAGON BEBTINQUALIT signed to the will of God and said she OST IN QUANTITY wm going to rest Mho leavea a husband and infant babe together with many WHARFMA8TERS friends to mourn her loss We tender Tho Beet Wagon mado for Farm KENTUCKY CLOVERPORT our sywpathy to the bereaved husband Alia Wholesale tad iUttll Dctlri la and other Farming HBO and that door little babe left to the mer Â¬ Yellavv Pise Floerlftg and Cellini cy of this world without a kind mothers WHITES CREAK Implements Lime Latin Skint remain were Interred at love Her CHawtf Eriek Hair LoBgLkk eemetory the 4th The at Sat aatl Ulnae Dara FOR SALE BY wm large and many weeplBg tondaaao FOR 20 YEARS and all klnda f BhIMIihi Malarial Wend wore present wbw alia wm laid Sol AnatilM Hna lad all WORM Ramad lea I EVERY BOTTLE fiUARAXTEED Hsittstaal Fwtlllzare awl Trjy X X X U hot rooting pkoa N For tho benefit of H1030 who now and then address letters to Groveland 1 will announce thot our post ofllce is Penne bakur in tho handsome little town of Grovoland but wo aro going to make a desperate eflort to have tho naiuo of our post ofllce change il to something prettier in the near future Littlo Freddie the baby boy of Mr and Mrs David LeGraud was called to tho Mansion of Rest Friday night March Snt 11 oclock He had been sick for only a short timo when He Who doeth all things well released him from his suffering IIo was buried in BuckGrovo cemotery Saturday morning at 1100 oclock Wo extend our most sincere sympathy to the bereaved parents nnd friends On March 0 at 7 p m at the residenco of Mrs Kate Partlow of Garnettsvlllo a quiet yet elegaut wedding took placo Mr Gilbert Henderson to Miss Susio Partlow Mr Lewis Fotestof Klizibeth town and the brides sister Miss Mollio woro tho attendants Rev J O Willett ofliclating After the ceremony had been performed the guests entered tho dining hall whero refreshments wero served such as ico cream ambrosia cakes fruits candies nuts and oraugeade in handsome stylo A mo6t pleasant even Â¬ ing was passed On tho following day a grand reception was given at tho hos pitable homo of Mr and Mrs Jonas Henderson of Gnrncttville and tho grooms parontswhlch was a day long to be remembered by all who woro present Mr Henderson Jr is n prosperous farmer and his happy disposition prom Â¬ ises a bright future with tho ossistanco of his lovely wife who wo well know to bo a modest refined nnd amiable lady Wo trust their pathway may ba strewn with roses rare with but fuw thorns to mar their happiness COINS Financial School It - G Sweet Thing S With every pair of Shoes you aro entitled to a guess Guess tho number of card seeds in la a book for everybody who de sires to know II- and currency VOL WANT the facts about iiitnce l H KNOW 0 All About Gold ILEIA3D IK VOir WANT TO KNOW IT IT Pumpkin 3 Prizes Offered First beet Guess Second Third IOO S A L E Â¬ All About II YOU WAN T Silver KEAJD TO KNOW lbs sugar All About IK Currency ffi YOf WANT TO KNOW IRIEJr IT SJmJlD 100 60 Additional to our prizes we aro giving some great bar gains in our What Causes the Hard Times Ills a givo book for tho people ami will it Shoe Department savo jou money on the purchase of a pair of Shoes them more correct information about Gold Silver d Currency Well Thats Just Not All Than will bo found in any book cm political economy It is so plain and simple that any ono can easily understand it It is a book for the business man as likely you may bo ono of tho lucky threo This offer will close April 15th 1815 Only 80 Cents OWENSBORO GREGORY CO WORMS li vermifuge HOLM MY AII DKXJUSIaVrU T UHl IICH1IMOI aiaulual hf T McGlOTHUN Dr PrJooB CrMM BoMftf IRVINGTON KY Ofll4l BJH W8U4 wit 14 m rij j- - tf v - HM - THEl BRKOKBNRIDGH NEWS OLOYBRPORT KY Licensed to marry J II Falls lo Miss BRANDENBURG Elizabeth DoWitt G J Mingus to Miss 0 2aobagi no Proprlitn L H k W TIME TABLE Martha A Binallwood C L Pato to Miss Mr Georgo Yeakel Is home from Lou ooua wmt Amanda llridwel John W Mooro to lsvillo WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1895 Faiitngtr Dally arr Ilardlmbargl2itl pm Miss Amanda L Aht J A Weidman to Bntiorlptloa File 100 Miss Boaham is visiting Miss Lula Tir la Ainnce ooma sart Miss Lula A IVtllt A N Daugherly to If Tald at th End of tin Ytr 1125 runnier Dally arr IIrJlnibor 740 am Miss Bettie Whltworth Ell Whltwoilh Harris Chas M Nevltl is at horn i to see his A Daugherty Alex West has been appointed deputy to Miss Bettie grand father Tho christian people of this town cer Â¬ sherifT AnvKnTisiNO IsoRiibJccl that will re Miss Daisy Mctutyro ramp in from W havo pay study Buckle plow shoes worth r0 down tainly feel gratified to He Is Rev J nn evangelist Ekron last Saluiday Bigham with them to 100 at Witts Mrs J W Richardson i x peels to go to of great power His work is not confinACCORDING tO tllO Loulsvillo TllDCfl Mrs Sutton the milliner went to ed to tho limits of tho Louisville Confer Loulsvillo very shortly spring begins nt It 41 p in to day Loulsvillo yefcterday ence but his Influence for good along Miss Lida Haynes iss de ided not to The Populists held a meeting at the gospel lines has extended into several take a class at Patisvillo of people every dny court houso Monday We meet plenty states Go and hear him Tho Aid Scciety will meet at Dr D who tell us it Is nil they can do to live at 1 Full lino of ladies slio s wort1 Mr Will Smith of Holt was hero a C Puseys Friday night nil for 125 at J A Witts Mr Smith is advo- Â¬ few days last week Mra John Frakes entertained the Mrs Ken Wathen is visiting her moth- Â¬ cating good roads under the now road Ladies Aid on Monday afternoon wo quit crying hard times SurrosE law He has traveled over most of tho nnd Etart in with tlio spring time singing er Mrs G 1 Jolly Fonnie Rhodes has an excellent team Notice Parties wanting empty hogs Â¬ county and talked to the farmers on the nnd deserves the support of our people good times subject and ho says a largo majority of heads seo Wincbrenner Mr A C Lewis of Louisville spent law and the new system The only tirno that it does not pay to for ladies and gen- Â¬ them favor the John Ruby shoes of road working Mr Smith favors a last Sunday with his brother Mr James advertise is when you have nothing It tlemen going at cost at Witts small tax for the purpose and proposes Lewis to advertise Excursion from Fordsville to Louis- Â¬ that the Fiscal Court in April take action Mr and Mrs Ed Alexander nre cozlly ville Saturday April 0th domesticated on East Hill in the Guedry n the matter Juihie Montgomery is yet in WashMiss Sallle Richardson of Union Star cottnge ington He is waiting to Bee the Presi is visiting here this week Hows This Jlr E Wimp and Dr John Hardin dent about that 0000 Judgeship We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward aro stilt on the United States jury in All prices quoted by me nre for cash A Witt for any caso of Catarrh that cannot be Louisville You cant do the News a greater ser- Â¬ or country produce J The meeting at the M E church cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Mr and Mrs Win Bewley are house- Â¬ vice than to mention its name when F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O keeping over Mason McMonigles store South will continue over Sunday trading with those who advertise in it We the undersigned have known F J in pleasant apartments Owensboro jeans pants the best in the Cheney for the last li years nnd bellevo One of the new battle ships is to 1k world only a pair at Wilts Brother Walton has been conduclingn him perfectly honorable in nil business For this honor the named Kentucky T I Jarboc of Harned Station has transaction and financially able to carry meeting at Bono Ind but filled his pul- Â¬ Plate is Indebted to Mrs John n Car- Â¬ rented a farm near Hudsonville pit hero last Sunday as usual out any obligation made by their firm lisle Mrs Masscna Fontaino is expected Mens Congress plow shoes worth l7fi West A TntAX Wholesale DmgglstB homo from Florida to night Wednesday now going at 1 23 at J A Witts O Wai dino Kinnax A Mar Toledo The llev Mr W II Cullom pastor of after an absence of three months Mrs James Snyder who has been sick vin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O the Baptist church Irvington was one Mrs Morgan Richardson is still with is taken Internally for come time is improving slowly Halls Catarrh Cure of the active pall bearers at Dr Drodus acting directly upon the blood and mu- Â¬ her parents Mr and Mrs Lon Moreman All persons indebted to me must come funeral last Sunday Price 7oc Glen Fount and has been quite sick forward and settle at onco J AWitt cous surfaces of tho system per bottle Sold by nil druggists T s- Mr P P Nevitt of Woodland has Rev C W Howes filled the pulpit at A rniEAT light and life went out in timonials free been quito sick Mr R II Nevitt has Louisville last week in the death of Rev tho M E church Soutu last Sunday been to see him nnd reports his father John A Broad us The Baptist church night LODIBURG better has lost one of its moat eminent preachers B F Beard nnd Coleman Haswelll Mrs II C Woodson is in possession of buying were in Louisville last week Mr Asia Hardin went to Hardinsburg nn incubator and brooder and is much It is stated as an absolute fact that goods Friday interested in tho experiment of rearing the Kotbchllde aided by a few of their Mr J W Eaves hns been appointed Miss Lillie Avllt visited friends at motherless chicks henchmen can corner all the gold in the deputy county clerk near Hardins Hardinsburg last week world at any time they choose to and it Spring Littlo Ruth Elizabeth Nevitt spent last Mrs Jano Hardin is visiting herdaugh wont take them more than twenty four Wednesday night with Mr and Mrs W Quarterly Meeting of the M E church ter Mrs John Brown Guston hours to do it T Grinnell and behaved most beautifully was hefd at Fair View last Satu day and We are glad lo say Edgar Adkissona out of the home nest Sunday Src iking about gold mines Where children are getting better after a severo Mrs Z T Herndon and daughters If you want your business to improve attack of pneumonia By careful nur- Â¬ write that they have a pretty home and can yon find a better one than the Everybody sing from fathermothcr and friends God in the Nehs United States treasury or one that is advertise are as well satisfied as they could bo more easily worked V They do say that reads this paper spared the little blossoms to make home from Kentucky and old friends Leave your subscription and all other happy a while longer the Rothschilds carry the keys and all Wo had n regular avalanche of wed Â¬ they have to do when they want a few business for the News office with V G Nancy your pieco to the News last dings to repoit for awhile Just wait millions is to step over open the vaults Babbage Hardinsburg I enjoyed it bo much it Ill tell you before the robins nest of week was good and help themselves Here is where you want to get in your brought back fresh memories of my those who havo capitulated to the wily work on advertising if you want to do childhood which have only been a few god of love The worlds visible supply of wheat any of that kind of business years I am coining to visit you when Where ip Breckenridge county is has fallen about H000000 bushels since Revs John Galloway McDaniels Mor Â¬ tho weather will permit Dukes We have a good correspondent tho beginning of the year During tlio ris Bewleyville and M D Puinphrey I wonder why we cant have a Sunday there So original I gained several corresponding period in 1891 the de Â¬ West View were here Monday School at Walnut Grove It is the duty pointers from his or her letter week crease was 0000000 nnd in 1893 it was a For Sale A good milch cow 0 years of every parent to teach Ills child to wor- before last Hopo we will have a letter little more than 1000000 The decrease old with young calf Warranted good ship God I am willing to devoto my regularly in the supply is probably the cause of for milk and self to make it a success and I feel yes I Patrick Tied butter Dr Cottrolls death was inexpressibly the increase in price of three cents per A number of Methodists from West know we could have quito an interest sad and untimely but that brilliant bnshel last week View and other points around were here ing Sunday School if the parents will scintillating intellect was overshadowed Monday to hear the Rev J W Bigham help us a little nnd encourago their by an incurable trouble His sun had Dn J B JKymire says he will not children in the work Do not send your set His task was finished His dark- Â¬ You can buy a watch at Kincheloes under any circumstances be a candidate children and stay nt home but come ness is dissipated and he is at Home cheaper now than you ever did before or Ho doesnt think for tho Legislature with them Now is tlio time to instruct In opposition to the graded school by there is any chance for a Democrat any ever will again March right in and buy them while they aro yet young and wo would not have our sister how The Doctor is about the worst rat- Â¬ one wiien tney grow older it will Do no taxation Rev J W Bigham is doing effective trouble for them to serve God They towns infer that the element opposes tled Democrat we have met in a long He will not forget your care and instructions edcucation from any standpoint except while Tho Doctor is a free silver man work at the M E church South and says tho question is bound to come preaches with great power and the when they grow old Now fathers and from one that is injurious municipally church is filled every night into the State canvass mothers try all in your power to o gan orso organized that the tax would become a burden The majority yes I a largo Rev II C Hook will preach nt Glen izo a Sunday School and not only organ The newGoxernment Bonds ore quotel deano on Saturday night before the th ize it but to make it a success There majority admit that intellect is far on tho Jsew lork Stock Exchange atllOJ Sunday in March and also on tho Gth are so many little ones who need to greater than mere means just as charac Â¬ and 120 These nro tho samo bonds sold Sunday at 11 a m and at night know of n Saviours love while young ter is more priceless than intellect Old Chatterbox said in the lost issue by the President a few days ago for 104J yes nnd some of us older ones who need Squire Charles Mattingly sat in n Thoy are payable in coin too Within the next hun Â¬ This breacli of tho peace case last Saturday Sunday Schools Nona of us are so old of this paper doesnt look like tho credit of the Gov between somo school boys in tho coun- Â¬ we can not receive instructions dred years Womans Suffrage will prevail throughout the land Mips Myra Eads ernment was very bad This little game try Tho warrant was dismissed of the gold bugs robbed the people of of our town who has passed her three From Across the Waters xTlie town trustess met last week nnd more than nine million of dollars A few notes of interest taken from a score and ten and who has always ad- Â¬ elected Mr Charley Heston tax collector letter written by Mrs M S Whitford to vocated the suffrage question beats the for the town for the present year The Gen Grant once landed in New York above prediction and says we will see it property tax will be lo cents and poll her father while aboard tho Paris on dead broke Ho met a man on the in twenty or thirty years if the revolution her way to England street who loaned him money to go to taxl Wo have had u most deliehtful voyace continues as in the last twenty years Last Thursday was a good business lithe St Louis That man was our own dear weather has been bright warm and Miss Myra is astute lovable and a gentle Gen Simon B Buckner Later on these day for this town The farmers were de clear wun only ono uamp dull day I woman livering their tobacco receiving their two brave men met not in New York have not been sick at all and have no i In the death of Dr Broadus the Baptist but at Fort Donelson Mr Buckner money for it and spending it with th fears of sea to will be ready to return at ldenomination has lost one if not the was not only dead broke but whipped merchants any time Our little family has stood greatest preacher of tho whole church Bill Marrs tlio snake charmer Gar the trin well Mr Whitford has en loved I admired him for his great zeal nnd surrendered to Gen Grant The in edu- Â¬ field was here last Monday Bill says iiie trip more man anytmng loan was paid back cational matters He wrote as beauti- Â¬ he has parted company with the snakes We nad n line send off at tho dock at fully as he delivered being both an Give us your opinion of the silver whiskey and tiie devil and is trying to New York by tho Salvation army in author and an orator But aside from question Dont go oil half cocked live right honor of their leader and originator his being a scholar an eminent divine either Study tho question read up on it The interest in the revival at the M Gen Booth who was on his way to Eng Â¬ and a man of powerful intellect ho was get tlio facts on both sides and then E church South is increasing The land Sunday lectured two hours also a truly good man which is proved by form your own opinions Express them bible readings by Rev Bigham in the a talk from the Bishop of British Columthose who knew him in every day lifo in a short concise manner It doesnt forenoon are especially interesting nnd bia They havo a splendid organ on and who attest thereof matter whether you are a congressman instructive board that witli a hundred voices made Miss Ilia Richareson of Louisville is banker farmer or laborer When it Charley Miller the ex deputy the services very impressive v Mr the guest of Miss Nelle B Lewis this comes to voting your opinion is worth This boat is like a small size town 175 week We are always glad to seo our shcrlll has bought an interest with Jos just as much as the President of the II Gardner in the mercantile business cabin passengers 300 steerage and be Â¬ lormer uranuenuurg gtri lor sue la as United States Although it unaffected and warm hearted and still Mr Gardner goes to Louisville this week tween 250 and HOO crew has a cracked boiler and a rudder from loves ardently the frionds of her child- Â¬ Phok Pointerthe colored school teach- Â¬ to buy goods for the spring trade Miss Nelle entertained the B C Tho following new pupils wero enroll tho steamer New York that does not hood er of this city gave a very creditable school exhibition at tho colored Method Â¬ ed at college last week Miss Rena work right it lias averaged 150 miles a Circle in Miss Ilias honor last Friday afternoon Refreshments were served ist church last Saturday night Decla Roberts West View Jesse Payne Bow day There aro a number of young men and an enjoyable time was spent On mationBdialogues songs and was the order leyvillej F G Miller Buell George aboard most of them English been to Wednesday to day Mrs W I Grinnell of tho exercises Tlio selections were all Hook Garfield Sam Pate Hardinsburg different parts of the globe ono was from will receive the samo circle and enter- Â¬ good and well rendered by tho pupils Mr Holmes who wanted tavern Tlio News has seen worse entertain Â¬ license at Eveliegh Ky did not put his Florida lived near Minor nnd Dau tain Miss Ilia as guest of honor Soveral ments given by whito teachers and application before the court last Monday Stevfus ono from Salt Lake who know of the circle have dropped out on ac- Â¬ Murray but not per- Â¬ count of Lent and thoy are missed sadly white children Tlio only feature of the A number of parties were present from of David sonally acquainted so you see we almost missed occasion which tho News Is disposed to that locality with a great big remonmeet acquaintances utnong strangers criticise at all is the festival or after strance The bicycle craze has struck us and Wo havo several celebrities aboard a piece This should havo been dispensed That was a bit of hard luck on Sam fine pianist fromBeigeuma violinist and and Btruck us bad Messrs R II Nevitt with and tho children sent homo just Pato lose to what money he had made a noted negro Jockey from California D W Lewis Will Howard Dee Pusey like while people do on similar occasions last fall teaching school amounting to 0 going to England to rido for Dwyte A and Percy x oung are all afflicted with It Is tho duty of tho colored teachor to in hard cash He thinks lie dropped his tho malady but are spinning it off with Â¬ build up character along with an educa- Â¬ pocket book on tho train between Jiore Co A ship is the placo to meet persons out any trouble I notice our Preston from all nations it Is interesting at the tion There is no good in so much of and Sample letter by the way he or she always has samo time amusing this festival business and the sooner a choice article speaks of charm strings To all of my old friends nnd patrons I Tell the boys I wished thoy could tho colored teacher and their preachers and the collection of buttons Thirty am still as well riso above this old time custom articles repairing watches clocks and all have Been tho tUh boat wo parsed under five jeare ago the same fad prevailed allied to tho jewelery trade full sail it would havo been more inter Â¬ the better it will bo for tho young men Bring your work best nt reasonable cost and it was the helghth of our ambition esting than to read about it in their to excel in and women of their race Yours truly number and beauty of said T U JKWIS A SON geography Wo will got Into port about strings of buttons History repeats Itself Tho way to euro a cough is to stop the The following tavern license with the 4 o clock to day March 0th yes I and so do fashions fads freaks and coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey privilege of retailing liquors was granted there Is nothing new under the sun Every person big little old or young cuts loose tho mucous heals the lungs in the County Court Monday John black or white rich or poor who has Mr W II Gough has been confined and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip Cook Custer R T Popham Webster ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ to the house for a week by Indisposition cough in one night For sale by Short O O Smith Irvington Mr It B Card nounce it tho best cough and lung rem Â¬ and the Inclement weather I spent a A IlaynfaCloverportj Dr R IIMcMul en qualified as administrator of Jubal 6 edy on earth Its true too so we guar Â¬ pleasant day with him and his family lilt McDaniels M Meyer A Co Buras McCoy antee Forsale by Short A HaynesClov last week Mrs Gough is very much Geo Ileyser Constantino A Taylor The silver quition la now the all ab Â¬ orportjDr It II McMullin McDaniels Interested in her recently purchased In Â¬ Itosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewley Â¬ sorbing topic People say It was never MMeyer A Co Buras Geo Ileyser cubator In which ahe has ton doten rgga ville Kyj W E Brown IryingtonKy so cheap it Is now Its sq too If Constantino A Taylor Rosette Drury with d brooder awaiting to reeelve the Jno V Nichols Garfield Ky A R you doat bellevo it just step into Jim BonnettACo Bewleyville Ky W E chicks If Mrs Gough WW to make a Morris Big Spring Ky ay Kincheloes and price somo of his Brows Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols suceea is the poultry I few it will be the silverware Especially his silver watch Garfield Ky A R Honk Big Spring only aeblevotoeitt ahe has ever midnr- Dr Prices Cram Baking Pewdr w Ky Wkn im failed to wake Meet PtrtMt Atato Breckenridge V News HARDIN8BURO Jao D It Editors Â¬ SIX PAGES 1 If Â¬ Â¬ The brnutlful quills rugsaad other fancy work sho has accomplished through the winter proves her a persistent nnd suc cessful operator and yet she finds time to read and takes great Interest in social and religious mailers While I was interested in theso affairs I was even more entertained In the parlor listening to Miss Agnes Malin rendor In her own brilliant stylo the latest compositions In music of which it seems sho cannot havo too much from tho oldest classics to the best modern ones I enjoyed a chat with her on the late lamented Frazcs whoso pupil sho was and also of Prof Waller under whose guidance sho was now in tho East and a popular composer of some renown Agnes lias not com pleted her violin studies but hopes to do so in tho future and she certainly should with such perseverance nnd ambition Â¬ EMBROIDERIES J31 Spring A h R H 1895 Our Dry Goods Dress Goods Laces Ribbons Trimmings and Embroideries complete ever r Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old living at 018 Monroe street Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is tho best grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ teed and sold by Short A Hay ncs Clover port 0 CD o H b T I T i DrRHMcMullinMcDanIeIs M Meyer A Co Buras Geo Ileyser Con Â¬ stantino A Taylor Roeetta Drury Ben Â¬ nett A Co Bewleyville W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Gar- Â¬ field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Spring Line 1 4 GLENDEANE Mrs Bob Robertson is quite sick 1 Remember the excursion April G Saturday A Chicken pox is among tho children around here Miss Mary Moorman was on the sick list last week Mr J T F Owen returned to Louis- Â¬ ville Monday Dick Owen and wife have gone to housekeeping Homer C Winklcbleck Chicago was here last week Deano A Son were busy recching to- Â¬ bacco last week Are you getting ready for tho excur- Â¬ sion Saturday April 0 John Crawford near Millwood was here on business Saturday LMrs Bob Crider has a boy Bob is gcuiug uiuug reusuiiHuiy nun John Paine of Ohio county was here Sunday going on to the Falls of Rough Hon Gus Richardson got a few days off and came down from Louisville lost week A Dutschke Union Star was circulat- Â¬ ing among our tobacco shippers last To be opened this week will be the most shown in Cloy er port Whether a buyer or not we will be pleased to show you through VEST EMBROIDRRIKS CHINTZ ROYALTY week Mrs D Crockett Moorman spent Sun Â¬ day at tho Falls the guest of Mrs Frank Peyton Wo had neglected in our last letter to state that Lafo Fleming has returned lo Paducah Dr Dempster gave an excellent lec- Â¬ ture at school Friday afternoon Come out to hear him next Friday Bro Rutledge has accepted the call of the Goshen congregation and his happy members are to be congratulated again Miss Cilia Owen and Miss Hallie Moorman went to Rock Vale Saturday a Visiting They returned on Mondays train Supt T II Moorman didnt get out to Sunday school Sunday Ho was helping entertain a littlo stranger who arrived last week Its a boy Miss Goorgya Robertson was unable to meet her classes at The Uptonlan last week Her sister Mrs Edna taught the latter half of the time Mrs Milton Craig fell out at the door one day last week breaking her wrist hurting her side and so disabling herself that she is unable to be about Miss Bettie Webb came home Mon day from Leitchfield where she has been Km a protracted visit Site will bo at home a few days only when she will return Rev Henry Hook Hardinsburg will preach at Glendeano on Saturday night before the 5th Sunday in this month He will also preach on Sunday and nt night Vennlo Moorman was elected Bccond assistant SuudaySchool Superintendent at Goshen Sunday Vennio attends Sunday school in the morning and goes to Ruth in the afternoon The tie makers here are considering a strike for higher wages They want an advauce of one and one half cents per tie claiming that the present close inspection so reduces their wages that they cannot work at former rates Buck Moorman was in Loulsvillo last week purchasing the biggest lot of dry goods etc ever broght to Glendeano Hes a rattling good merchant and com- Â¬ petitors cant undersell him or stop him by hollering Whoa Buck I COUNTY SUKVEYOK Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in tho line of Surveying Correspondonre in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners a specialty Breckenridge county solicited Also a Notary Public and can take tiie nek no w- Ipflcrnmpnta nf rippria nt timA nf RiirvAvtncr if nnrtipfl flpfllrn t Address at Hardinsburg Ky By shipping to Herndon Cartcr Company Commission Merchants Louisville Ky because they are the largest and most re liable commission merchants and because titey can handle shipments quick to the best advantage for the shipper A trial shipment solicited Write and to them for quotations before shipping Specialties Eggs Butter Poultry kinds Beans Potatoes Onions Hay Grain Headquarters for Fruits of all Furs Hides and Wool Capital 4000000 Liberal advances made on con- ilgnments General correspondence solicited -- - JJS IMRUC Vnil PAII iTlAtVu MflUCV lUU bAil mUtltl f Bargains in Watches During tho months of MARCH and APRIL REMEMBER I will cut prices on all my Watches Thoy THE MONTHS MARCH Â¬ will bo so low that you cannot como and seo them without carrying away a valuable and beautiful watch in your pocket and seo mo you Come in in showing 44 fc as 7 I will take pleasure anything I havo in stock and APRIL vm ames Kinclieloe TUB 1T A NYnD Genllemio or Udv to sell Doblet fit any TJ Aluminum ColTce Economizer coffee poll avei one third the coffee Arthur I Uable A Co Grant Bulldlnr AtUnU G Ut after nARDINSBURG KY Â¬ A Valuable Find After years of study and labor there has at last been discovered a sure and neverfailing remedy It has been tested on patients who have despaired of ever being cured tho results have been in every case wonderful Graffs Rheu- Â¬ matic Cure is uncqualed as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum- Â¬ bago Sciatica Neuralgia especially Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhcea and all kindred affections It U also a valu ble Blood Purifier being especially use Â¬ ful In Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all Glandular Enlargements and diseases of the Liver and Kidneys It Is absolutely free from all narcotic Severe attacks are relieved ia from oae to three days and a positive cure effected In from five to eighteen days For sale by Chaa O Martin Cloverport Ky BE CURED 5 veariotttudy bai ao perfected ayitempf mail treatment that he can aSS aiiure the lck and a ufferinjr a permanent r JS at B Price hatla aaton fSJil ilii2X i Th1unds are avalliur them dq opportunity and huo are ou file ehowluKtae ettcacy of the treatment fiETS NEATS BEATS 5Slilii1 w Mil WORU All Clironlo Dis Â¬ eases Treated CATARRH BRONCHIAL ACH DEtrmil AND LUNO MWCI r TROUalCIHCARTITOH SARSAPARILLA MX SLOOD IVMXnXM 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MC0IOINC CO II 3 KR IMNTN S73MHST chCA0UU is aul s4aj K N Milter w in town Tttowiay mm r fiiwimi jhbl BRRoimNmraEi nkws liHrULCUli y qloverport fWWBEIflP ky DUilHrriniC EQE22BSEBi E30IS3 After Approach of Doath Now Llf oy Twng Hoods Tlie Incipient Hero Completes His Military Studies A LIEUTENANT OF ARTILLERY A Poverty Compels Him to Journey to His Regiment on Foot Social Gayeties T at the Barracks DcATH OF HIS FATHER Copyright 1605 Ijy Mr Wm H dreenholf Md Baltimore FIRST COMMAND of SOLDIERS Intho FIELD Â¬ John ClarflUupath IV LEcole MiUTAinr and Valence When Cadet Bonnparto in tho autumn of 1784 wns promoted to tlio Military School In Paris ho wns in his sixtoonth yonr Ho had now mado ills way by stages beginning with his tenth year from his nativo pluco to tlio capital of Franco and if of Fraiico thou of tlio world Threo months at Autun four years and inoro at Briunno and now to tlio school in Paris At tlio last named placo ho was destined to remain loss than n yonr Thus ft r ho seemed to bo rising toward n career of activity if not of distinction but thoro was novcr n timo when his pathway was moro clouded than during his stay nt Lticolo Mill tairo Tlio school nt which ho now becamo n student was tlio best in tho kingdom It had been roformed and renewed as n ro- Â¬ v- V held tho relation to that of Bricnne and tho others of collego to acadomy Tho curriculum was moro amplo and tho methods moro rational in tho first than thoso pursued in tho provincial institu- Â¬ tions Horo tho ncademio training of Napoleon Bonnparto as that of his younger brother Luoien afterwards was completed From this school ho was to bo dolivercd as if by a second birth to tho world Tho social character of Napoleon now began to show itself moro distinctly Back at Bricnno ho had boon introduced by Oouoral Marboeuf to somo privato Thorn ho im families of distinction pressed as n peculiar forceful nnd solitary gonitis moro capablo of lieroio dreams and boyish inouologuo than of polito conversation or social amenities X Going to Paris his acqunintauco was somowhat onlarged Mnrboours uophow tho Bishop of Autun now lived at Versailles and that worthy was glad after tho lnpso of fivo years to recoivohis for Â¬ mer pupil greatly grown in iutollcat nnd person but virtually tho saino in demoanor Eliso tho sister of Bona parto had meanwhilo been brought out from Corsica and was now a member of tho Royal School for Girls at Saint Cyr So that tho young man had now n few friends and soino social advantages For tho rest ho pursued in Paris tho satno solf ocntercd lifo as at Bricnno Ho was a hard student in his way Ho still disprized tho polito branches of edu- Â¬ cation in favor of tho exact sciences and geography In hnuiano inquiry his solo endeavor was to muster History His study however in this field did not reach historical generalization or a broad philosophy Ho sfoppod with the individual Ho dwolt with intorest and enthusiasm upon tho lives of groat men Plutarch ho know almost by heart Tho well known stories which in that ago passod for history ho conned with tho passion of n zealot In after lifo tho peculiar effect of this disoiplino was manifested in nil of Na poleons work and policy Out of his history proper ho branohod in only 0110 dirootiou politics Ho bocamo rather oxport iu tho political platitudes nnd persiflago of tho times To tho end of his lifo ho was nover capable of high nnd nbstrytot views but ho know all His spocial things as if by intuition mind flashed out llghtulug like in this dirootiou and in that tho blazo of it il lumined many a dark nnd blood splashed placo but from that prodigions intollcot thoro was never diffused a broad and universal light Much of this must bo attributed to his inborn character and somothing to tho manner of his educa tion Tho year 1 785 was in all respects crit- Â¬ ical to Bonaparte His courso at tho Military Sohool ended with August of that year Ho was admitted to his final ex amination almost precisely at his six teenth birthday Nearly six mouths bo f oro this timo his father who had found a temporary rosidonco fit Moutpollior t amo to tho final scene Tlio visionary and unsuccessful Buonaparte bad dis covered a refuge for hlmsolf at the chatoau of Madamo Permou mother of tho Duchess dAbrantcs of great fame Thore on tho 24th of February ho ex Â¬ pired of a obronlo malady perhaps can- cor of tho stomach most fatal premoni Â¬ tion of what should happen to his famous son thirty six yoars afterwards Hard was this stroke of death on the Tf mombors of Buunapartoa family From tho timo of his union with Letltia Rv rooliuo n period of twenty years thir Ciii children had been born Eight of tl wee were liviug throe were in France aud five with the mother in Ajaoolo All were at the door of penury It is a law of nature and of man that every mother who bears thirteen children is a heroine bat Madame de Buonaparte had BOW to go into the flelda and plant mulberry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIlimT suit of rocent agitations nnd tho insti- Â¬ tution was at this timo well fitted to bo tho finishing ground for a young military aspirant LEcolo Militairo do Paris KATOLEON AT Â¬ TtuTuTsTGovt Reports sAbh Hoyat Baking suptrter to all etktra PWtr trees tor a living Mnruccnr llnally pro Plocesof Bono Camo Out vailed with tho authorities to mako Jo seph Bouaparto nlso wo will now drop last February I had to take my bed for four It was I to tako tho Italian form Buonnparto a military weeks and then soon gotbeganmy feet Hoods Barsaparllla but was pensioner But tho fathers death and very weak andIwent to the on Maryland Unlrerslty protest countervailed the hospital where they said my trouble was chronla Napoleons projoct and Joseph was doomed to ro blood poisoning and gave me little hope I re Â¬ main n endot of the Church For Julion turned home and continued taking Hoods I who dovclopcd a passion for polito stud hare used six bottles and the abscess has enÂ¬ ies and wished to bo n priest n scholar- tirely disappeared and 1 hare been In ship was obtained for tho school at Bri Fine Hoalth Evor Slnco cnno Such is tho perversity of fato As I know Kit had not been for Hoods Sarsapa- to Napoleon it was agrcod that instead rtlla I should be In my grave I hare gained la of going into tho navy as Keralio had weight from 147 a year ago to 10 pounds to day recommended and ns Marboeuf hnd wish ed ho should becoino instead a lieuten ant In tho artillery After his graduapraise Hoods Barsaparllla for It all Vm B tion ho should bo assigned to tho Regi I QitEKxnoLTZ 181 Hanover 8t Baltimore Md ment La Fere stationed at Valcnco on Hoods Pills cure llrcr Ills constipation tho loft bank of tho Rhone threo hun dred miles awnynstho bird flies far to klllousness Jaundice sick headache Indigestion tho south Tho final examination nt LEcolo MiliSIROCCO Liko many other intairo was passed cipient military heroes our own in Trayer meeting still holds forth nt Now cluded Napoleon did not obtain a high rank in his classes His papers gavo him Highland only tho forty socond placo from the II 0 Day has purchased what is head Louis Antoiiio Bourlenno his fu known as tho Campbell farm tuft privato socrotary had been far abovo him at Bricnno Dcs Mnzis his Madam Rumor says we aro to have a favorito classmnte was now graduated grist mill nt Sirocco in tho near future far bolow him nt LEcolo Militairo But Rev J D Current of Hope Indt thogradowas sufllciciit nnd ho was en abled with his commission as nontenant spent last week on his farm Fair View to chooso tho artillery ns his arm of the Tho Sunday school at Oak Grove still service progresses nicoly have a good attend- Â¬ For two months August to October ance every Sunday 1785 the restraints of rcdtapohold back I Kd Rice of Littlo Bend camo up Sat Lieutenant Bonnparto from going to his place His means gavo uttorly out At Lcfrday to seo his best girl and remained last lato in tho fnll of 178S ho set ont up till Tuesday Tins looks suspicious by convoyanco from Paris as far ns Ed Lyons but wns then obliged from shcor Maggie Watts Mrs daughter of inability to pay his faro to walk tlio ro Dutch Wathen died Saturday March mniudrr of tho journey to Vnlcnco Thoro ho arrived and took his placo in Oth at her fath eras home near Andy tho Regiment La Fero doubtless so vllle called becauso itlind no iron in itl Mrs Wm Rowley was called to Wolf Great was Napoleons surpriso nt tho Creok lost neck to see tho infant son of character of tho discipline By tho ofll Mr and Mrs S J Elder tho child was cers nnd mon almost everything was practiced oxcept thoso oxoroises which quito sick Mr Dave Culley and wlfo recently of tondod to mako them soldiers Tlioy worogay dissipated frivolous Tho pay Cloverport now of Sandy Hill united was insufficient to support thorn in their by lotter with the New Highland Bapt- Â¬ caroer of pleasuro and vico but thoy ist church tho second Sunday wcro nenrly nil scions of tho nobility Born to the wife of W J Smith Mch nnd know not what it wns to bo limitod in tho moans of gratification Napo- 7th a lino girl To tho wifo of James leons poverty and ambition aliko hold Brown who resides on the Sinking road him back for a moment from this man Â¬ a fine boy another Democrat ner of lifo but strango to say ho pres- Â¬ Mr Jessie Berryman and Miss Anna ently threw hlmsolf into tho swim nnd Knga wero united in holy bonds of mat- Â¬ 1785 80 ho dissl during tho winter of rimony at tho homo of tho brldos father pated liko tho rest Vnlonco wns n small but important A J Kaga near Brandenburg Tuesday city Tho young military officers wero tho 30th ult wolcomed by ambitious families into Mrs LIttn Brown wife of Mr Died their drawing rooms For tho nonce Churloy Brown Feb 28th of typhoid Bonnparto concluded that ho must bo that ho must bo n fever after an illness of bx weeks Her conio accomplished socinl lion nnd quaff tho bowl of pleas remains wore Interred at tho Wormoth uro with his fellows Ho had social pass burying ground Feb 20th Her daught- Â¬ ports from Marboeuf a uephow who was er Mrs Emma Miller and Mr Miller of now tho youug Bishop of Autun Minnesota arrived just in time to bid But to n uaturo such ns Napoleons her mother a last goodbye Mr and pleas are however torrid could not long Mrs Miller will remain all winter suffice Tho lieutenant presently turned Pork seems to bo tho food for which npn himself in anger and n sudden ro form wns tho immedinto result Tho the fire fiend craves since ho has thoughtful brow and sullen maunor ro been circulating in our midst But a turned Ho went back gloomily to his short time ago Mr Ellsha Arnold of books rocovorod his vantage nudhenco near Payneville lost his meat house and forth to the end of his life though all his meat by firo and again Mrs Con Â¬ many a timo ho heard tho Sirens sing way of Fruit Ridge lost her meat house ing on near by shores ho nover post and contents by lice poned his ambitions for tho delirious dreams and fleeting hallucinations of n The concert that was to have como off dissipated lifo at Andyville tho night of tho Oth inst During his career as n student Napo was stamped with a quietus when loons gcnornl reading had been iu tho Father Herbuth made his appearanco in naturo of oxoursions along tho coasts of the school room whero the performers political philosophy Tho Fronch man Â¬ Ho talked were rehearsing on that eventful evenner caught his imagination of tho virtues of tho older ing It seems that they had forgotten of liberty Romans of humanity in n stato of na- Â¬ that Lent was drawing near when they arranged for having tho concert in March ture as rovenled by Jean Jacques Now in tho spring of 1780 recover Â¬ but Father Herbuth awakened them to a ing himself from tho winters rovel ho full sense of what the ritual law requir- Â¬ turned from tho Coutrat Soclale ed of them and they adjourned sine die which ho had begun to distrust as n to meet alter Lent ground of political life to tho Histoiro We regret to chronicle tho mishap Philo8ophiquo of tho Abbo Raynal Hero ho lost hlmsolf iu tho mysteries that befell our colored fiiends Uncle and mists of that scienco which is said Stephen and Aunt Becky Gil more the to tcaoh by cxamplo night of the 8th inst Their meat house Tho writings of tho Abbo Raynal and kitchen took fire in the weo small from boing a conglomerate iu which of tho night and burned to tho soveral strong hands notably that of hours Diderot had a grout part wero now in ground All of their meat and many When tho ascendant Tho French mind caught other things wero consumed them embraced thorn aud adored They aroused tho flames fanned by gusts of wero thought for tho timo to bo tho bo wind had gotten beyond control and thoy all and tho cnd nll of political philoso bad to work like Turks to savo tho main phy Behold Napoloon whoso mind had dwelling Tlio old folks aro respected already been woll stocked with tho fas by all of their neighbors both cinating but unprofitable storios of Ho and liked white and colored are always ready and rodotus Dlodorus Strabo Plutarch Xeuophou et id onmo genus behold willing to lend assistance in time of need him atlilscnndlo llghtcd deal board tn and when their late misfortune bo fell bio iu tho barracks of Vnlonco rising in them the neighbors gathered in and thought somowhat from tho particulars erected a now kitchen of human story to tho general laws of Tho man that Dave Curl killed in BugÂ¬ conduct Bo It remembered however aboo Hollow proved to bo a saw dust that nt thnt epoch the human roiud had Some boys not yet gained tho first glimpse of that man of no Intrinsic value cohereuco nnd consistency of out for a frolic conceived the idea of universal all things whiah constitutes tho bottom testing Daves courage and carried tho prluciplo of the New History As for tho plan out to tho extont before mentioned unfledged Jacobinism in him that was They had the caricature or image plant Â¬ sufficiently iuflamod with knowlodgo ed in the middle of tho road with a rope that five years previously this samo attached to it and reaching back iuto the had been HlBtoire Philosophlquo know- Â¬ burned at the atako so to speak iu bushes where they were secreted ing that Curl would be along in the Paris and its author driven into oxilo They demanded awuet bye and bye Meanwhile in August of 1787 while the members of our Constitution Con him to halt aud when he fired into the vention were hard at work iu Philadel image they j ullad it over at the same phia building their ship of Btate an in snrreotiou against the French govern Â¬ ment broke out iu Lyons flftythreo miles up the river from Valence and fcer Cartorl the Regiment Ln Fere was ordered to When Baby wi aide m bt put down th revolt On the raarch Wbea the vs a CUMJ ori4 fee Ca teria thither Napoleon Beaaparte lleuteeaut WImb aha beoaow Wm aba etuy U Outerta of artillery had hta irat eomaasd of VTbM Kb bad CbJUfta alt gw M Cutcrl soldiers is the field John Clajhc Riwath To be CentlnHed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For tour yews I was In Intense surTerlng tolth an abscess on my thtch It discharged freely and sorcral times Spring Goods of all descriptions in abundance Dont fail to call and see this beautiful line before buying as it certainly means money in your pocket to buy your goods from us as we buy on time and sell for cash Below w e quote a few prices which may interest you Nice tip Shoes for ladies Nice plain buff calf Shoes for ladies Nice spring heel tip Shoes very fine - Mattingly SI OO SI 00 - GRAND OPENING AT Hobens R HoodsCures Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at 200 175 Mens Suits from 500 up to 1250 Boys Suits from SI 25 up to S500 Odd Pants of all kinds Shirts from 20c up to 8100 Ladies Vests a complete line from 10c up Our Dress Goods Trimmings etc are just simply immense Extra fine Congress Shoes imitation button Oxford ties cant be beat Mens Plain Brogan Shoos full stock Mens Plow Shoes high cut Mens Plow Shoes Corigres sold everywhere S200 SI SI 275 25 00 A WORD ABOUT OUR - 125 CLOTHING Not in yoars have you seen such Bargains in Olothes Those suits are cut in correct styles well lined well trimmed well made and thore are stores that would charge you as much for one Suit liko these as we do for two Just drop in to morrow or any day during the week and see if what wo say isnt true So give us a call as we are very anxious to sell and if close prices and nice goods are any inducement we are your friends MATTINGLY I guess thcro timo cried Oh Lordl must have been some sniggoring done in the bushes when Curl walked off with the prodigy While Mr Marshal Browns family wero visiting nt Sholby Tripletts near Rosetta the old man was left at homo to act in tho capacity of chief cook and bot- Â¬ tle washor Mr Tom Triplett and son of Bewleyville stopped with him one night hunting his Mr Tripletts young- Â¬ est son who had disappeared as did Robf Williams leaving tho old folks in a peck of trouble There wero no un- Â¬ kind feelings engendered in tho home circle A young man possessing a rov- Â¬ ing disposition persuaded him off Mark Uuford is tho young mans namo whoso influential spirit has disturbed the quietude of Mr Tripletts home circle Young Bufords homo was with Dr Frank The New Highland pulpit which has been vacant for thee months was the center of attraction the second Sunday whon our now pastor Rev T Duvall of Nolln Hardin county aroso to address nn eager congregation Ho is a young expounder wo would judgo about 23 or H years of ago just out of college Of prepossessing appearance forcible yet not lavish as to invito encomium ho handles his subject well and seems fully up to the required standard He has made n departure from the general rulo by refusing to make any chargo for his sorvlces and suffice it to saynot only tho members of Now Highland church but outsiders as well havo opened their pocket books for his welfare nnd I think Im safo in saying ho will get moro money for his services nnd it will bo ex Â¬ pended moro cheerfully than if ho had set his price and the church had assess Â¬ His ed a tax on tho weary members mannor of procedure seems more in keeping with the teachings of tho bible and his cheerful disposition draws to him not only church mombors but thoso not having made a profession of religion as well It Is not with melancholy meln and a hand grasping for money that pulls the scales off of the sinners eyes Theyvo gotten used to that they havnt much faith in a preacher that peddles his religion especially whon they read the bible and can find no placo in its sacred lids whoro the deciples wore com Â¬ manded to take for their journey script bread and money In their purse be shod with fine shoes and put on two coats and whosoever should receive them and re Â¬ fuse to pay the uttermost farthing de Â¬ manded for their enlightenment when thoy departed thenco shake off tlio dust under their feet for a testimony against The water them The psalmist says of life is flowing ilowing freoly flowing Is it to Then why should wo bo taxed pay for having it dipped up out of tho Why not fountain and pasted to us Owing to a knool at the fountain head previous appointment to preach to a unjon of churches the second Saturday and Sunday in April Rev Duvall left an appointment to preach at Now Highland again tho third Saturday and Sunday in Apul at which time tho church will do cjdq the now absorbing question in re Â¬ gard to having their regular monthly Horaces without conflicting with Rev DuvalPs services Hlsawhrre as ho ban the paro of three other churches Coll Spring has mustered up a prayer meeilmr and thouuh tho attendance at prenent is quite small the few gathered In Christs namo are laboring dllligently A and the promise will bo fulfilled protracted meetlug ia in progress at New Highland Â¬ KABDISBTJEGiKT PAYNESVILLE HOBEN -- JSL GUSTON We had genulno March weather Sat urday RJ latteson has returned from Bran denburg John Ramsey of Custer was in town Thursday Chas Anderson is iu Irvington with C C Smith Georgo MeNally who has been sick is convalescent Chas Stitli the druggist of Irvington was in town Sunday J D Babbage Editor of tho News was in town Thursday Miss Minnie LeGrnnd was tho guest of Miss Bose Morris Sunday P 11 Webb of Haysvifle has pur- Â¬ chased a nlco piano recently Mrs A B Pollock and daughter Miss Helen spont Sunday at Irvington Hugh Hardaway spent Saturday nnd Sunday with relatives in Louisville Mrs J R Baskett nnd children spent Sunday with the family of Joo Mills Miss Florence Cain of tho Bewleyvlllo neighborhod was in town Monday Miss Hendricks of tho Sandy Hill neighborhood was in town Monday Miss Rena Smith of Stony Point was the guest of Miss Rose Morris Tuesday P G Bryan representing I W Bald Â¬ win A Co Louisvillo was hero Saturday J R Baskett writes that ho is station ed near McKinnoy Collin County Tex Mrs A B Pollock has purchased n Hamilton organ for her daughter Mies Helon Miss Eva Carrigan who bus been vis itiug relatives nt Brandenburg returned Friday Â¬ Â¬ Good County Roads Tho system of working the roads by Â¬ J C Kerrick has moved to his homo near Irvington The choir of tho Catholic church meets overy Saturday afternoon Tho Baptists havo biblu reading and prayer meeting every Sunday Miss Ella 11 Flaherty will teach the spring school here nnd wo hopo will bucccss Elius Baysinger has gone to Oklahoma nnd intends to make his future homo in hnc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that distant country Mrs Maggio Watts nco Wathen died nt tho homo of her father near Andyville March Oth of consumption Some poultry left town rnthor myster Â¬ iously a few nights ago but returned in tho same manner tho following night The peoplo of Andyvillonro rehearsing and preparing for n grand entertainment which will bo heard somo time in April Our friend nnd townsman J M OBryan is being warmly solicited to enter tho field ns a candidate for the Statu Legislature and should ho conclude to do so will havo u strong and hearty Biippoit In this end As Congress failed to increaso the currency nnd as thcro is not sufficient monoy in tho country to do n cash busi Â¬ ness why not restore tho credit system by electing a Stato Legislature pledged to repeal tho Homestead Laws and mako n mans properly stand good forhlsdebto Money Is n measure of value but if thcro isnt sufficient money to measuro ones property lets measuro it by credit Cor- Â¬ respondents let us know tho sentiment of tho people in your respectivo neigh- Â¬ borhoods in regard to tho Homestead Iaw If you favor it let us know why taxation which has obtained in this county for a number of years has re Â¬ sulted iu better roads than exist in any of the counties around us All of these work their roads or rather do not work them under tho old system Traveling men and otheis who drive out of other counties into this are struck with the chango for tho better nnd in ninny places tho county line can bo fixed by n stranger within a few yards by tho dif ference Tho taxing system is tho proper ono for working tho roads Princeton Banner Thoro nro fow counties In the Stato that can show better dirt roads than Henderson Under tho system of road improvement in vogue for tho last ten years or moro tho roads of this county hnvo been vastly improved It is very much doubted if Coldw ell can show ns good roadways as aro to bo found in this county certain seasons excepted Henderson Gleaner Â¬ A sovero rheumatic pain In tho lift shoulder had troubled Mr J II Lopcr a well known druggist of Des Moines Iowa for over six months At times the pain was so severe that ho could not lift anything With nil ho could do ho could not get rid of it until ho applied Chamberlains Pain Balm I only mado threo applications of it ho says And havo since been free from all pain He now recommends it to persons simil- Â¬ arly afllicted It Is for salo by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kinchuloo A Board Hnrdinsburg Ky Mrs Louise Neff who has been very sick is improving slowly but we hopo surely Dr Baxter wifo and Elsie were guests of C wlfo Tuesday Mrs Molllo Foushco tho homo of iter parents M N Bowley Â¬ littlo daughter 0 Smith and is vorv sick nt Mr and Mrs Mrs Duvls Watte of Paynesvllle died of consumption Saturday at tho homo of her father Sjlvester Wathen Mr and Mrs Worland Carter of Web Â¬ ster aro visiting Mrs Carters parents Mr and Mrs Albert J Thompson Erskino Munford who has been con fined to his room with LaGrippo la im- Â¬ proving sufficiently to bo in town occa- Â¬ sionally Misses Gortrudo and Blanche Osborno havo recoverod from an attack of la grippe Their sister Miss Maudo is still sick but improving Goshen Missionary Meeting Tho Goshen Fifth Sunday Missionary Meeting will convene nt Liberty church fivo miles west of Lcltchfield on the you do so Morgantown road on Saturday before Two Lives Saved tho Cth Sunday In March 1S9j 8UWECTS roil DISCUSSION Mrs Pluebo Thomas of Junction City III was told by her doctors sho had Mow may we enlltt our people In k1K N Inch for the upport of llic Consumption and that there was no hopo The bleiscilncit of cheerful gospel J II It White giving her but two bottles of Dr Kings The relation ol paitor ami church lor Now Discovery completely cured her WVIIarrell und sho says it saved her life Mr Thos The tcrlptural cvangcllit hit qualified- tiuntunilhltwork AC Capcrtonll Eggers ISO Florida St San Frnncisco What part may female member take in suffered from a dreadful cold approach Â¬ and In church public worship work ing Coiibumptlou tried without result JDDuncan The body w ill meet nt 030 a m and everything else then bought ono bottlo of Dr Kings New Discovery and in two nrraugo preliminaries so as to open tho weeks was cured Ho is naturally thnnk discussion of subjects nt 10 oclock sharp Tho Missionary Board will also met t ful It is such results of which these nrosnmples thnt prove tho wonderful at tho samo time nnd placo W V IlAmiEi Secy efficacy of this medleino In Coughs and Free trial bottles nt A It Fish Â¬ Colds is some womans fortuno is A faco ers Drug store Regular sizo BOc and generally that good many fellows mis- Â¬ a 100 fortune EKRON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pate J Huhriuuton Gus W NeaTus and Wm Mills shlppod soveral hogsheads of tobucco to Louisvillo last week and nil went to tho city to look after tho sale of same Henry Childs who has been visiting hero for several months loft Saturday for bis home In Kansas Henry had not been with us for fifteen years and was warmly welcomed by all his old friends Ho Bays ho will not stay away that long again t1 B Smith has just received a car load of building material from Louisvillo with which to erect a fino two story He nover does things by building halves and we expect ore long to seo n 2bamberlalns Cough Remedy gives I beat aatiftfaetloB of anv couzh medl- - building which will ornament the Sandy Hill neighborhood ie I handle and aa a seller lead all preparations In this market I LsOur popular and genial Hotel man her tcMHwad It because it la the beat u u Benin movcu jus iwuiiy 10 irviug fndUiiui I ever handled for couahscolda Urn Thursday to take charge of the hotel We regret to nd eroupu A W laUkklge MUWw formerly ran by 0 Helt illlle HI For aale by A K f tatter Iom MM profcreaeive people and com jverpoo Ky aau Klncnewe A Board piluMRt mii aelglihoriBg town upon hav hem into their miity ing feeftlv MlnajmirKY yOO GeoTR Miles of Garrett was in town Monday shipping somo stock 11 S Clark and J II Meadow went to Louisvillo Wednesday on business Gabo Meadow and Jim Harned wont to Louisvillo with somo very fino cattlo Monday Mr Geo Wiles was at the Literary Ik cimi The flrat of American News Â¬ papers OHARLES A DANA Editor Tho American Constitution thoAmorican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ can Spirit These first last and all the timo forever 6 a yr Daily by mail - - Dally Sunday by mall8 a yr - - SI a yr The Weekly Friday night and spont tho night with Prof E Courtney Good crowd at Literary Friday night nnd wo will say to thoso who wcro not there thoy missed a treat D II Brown and T T Anderson wont to Louisvillo Tuesday to sell their tobac-Â¬ co which they had shipped to Growors Houso MIbs Annie Richardson of Brandon bury was visiting her brother D U tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in the Richardson last week nnd attonded the Is world Literary Profs Courtney and Roberta havo nn Price 5c a copy By mall 2 a year excellent school horo nttendanco and AUUretaTIIU HUN New Yrlc interest are dally increasing Thoy do votoeach Saturday to roview work of past week DOUBT WOMEN The Sunday Sun IN f llankc My ohl awl can talk lby la only Mine montha PunksIt V w4 be a girl USX PENNYROYAL WAFERS u4 iltBfUmjg wr- - wmhhuhh mi wmimwm ifaiiMJiAMMitaMiPlPMiMMI itaiiiflflW zymirTizi r THB BJREiOKElKIRIDQEl NEWS CSliOVRHPORT KV down n woman liko a hare Dont talk to mo of duty If yo suffer for this nnd 0111 dosert nudgolmektoOlrcland God bo prnNcd if holl send a storm to sink tho ship aid 1110 in it Theres n drop in mo canteen n drop of whisky Will yo tiko it darlin I mcan tl dont knm whitt Im tnlkln about Let Tnko n swnllow 1110 put it to jcr lips Itll rovlvu yu No Sho appeared to bo passing back to unconhuiououcss Tnko it for inoi sake sweetheart Only tako n good swallow and yoll bo OTHOft v-r righted rrT i Evidontly she Sho opened her eyes r- had heard Thero was nu expression on COPyRiOmT I6S4 It AMCRiCAN RI i SOtiATiO hor faPo indicating that his words had Rising In tier sent nnd conccutrntinr ward tho object of ft that when he shot produced that cllect upon her which oil her Btrougtli in ono effort rIio brought over tho rlsu in tho ground that hid tho might bo expected in n woman who her whip down ou tho horsoo hack nt fugitive from his view his visago was hears n strong man unconsciously nnd tho snmo tino holding him in tho con distorted from tho oxprcsion of good unintentionally declaring his lovo Why do yon wish mo to livo Rals tar of tho road by tho reins Tho man naturo usually stamped upon it to one Dont lot mo live Jf you do Ill lie was knocked in ono direction stunned which ciii only bo railed demoniac rod hit musket went flying in tho other His eyes vcro wild that portion of his ou tho gibbet ho moaned Oh darlin dont bo And now each ono of tho chnin of hair wjil h extended below his forago talkin that wny Oill dio mesolf first wntrios through which tho fair disOill ralso 11 mutiny Oill patch stealers horse- dragged her and cap scam to glow with unusual red Ho could not go on His words body loincd forward liko a licr swaying buggy with n scrios of ness his 111 in Ho well know their futillungos hearing shots tho cries of jockey in n race tlio wliolo forming a mocked Tnko n drop sweetheart only n ity guard tho clutter of horses hoofs tho picturo of eager ferocity In short Cor 1110I sake rattling of wheel nnd seeing some- poral Hatigan nsrniblcd nn cEciipcd drop for n change What fiori tho day ho had thing coming through tho darkness as lunatic chasing u flying fiend who had jokingly nsli d lcr to tako nu oath for been torturing him Miss Daggs approached shouted Haiti moi sakol On tho crest of tho second riso ho Who comes Turnout tho guardl For your sake Bats Glvo it to there and n scoro of other similar strained his ryes after Miss Baggs cries to nono of which Miss Caggs paid Nothing appeared to denote her presenco mc Ho put the neck of it battered tin canany other nttoution than to fly through on tho landscape except n horso in har teen to hor II s and sho drnuk n littlo and from them as from tho hand of ness which ho dragged in tho dust it produced n beneficial death A scoro of shots wcro fired at trotting bark toward n heap of rubbish of tho liquid clinngo at once A lingo of color camo hor along half a milo of road whilo sho on tho road A sudden dread took pos session of tho corporal It was plainly to her cheeks ntid sho bcillicd moro was running tho gantlet evident thero had been an accident Ho easily And now tho last sentry is passed A clnttcringof horses hoofs n clankand tho woman shoots out from between had boon chasing a Confederate telo tho rows of wliito tents into a frco road graph stcah r that ho might turn her ing of sabers mounted figures standing ahead Tho noises nro left behind But over to tho military authorities of his out against tho morning sky ou tho crest amid tho confusion of distant sounds is own army ro bo hanged nnd now ho behind them nnd thrco cavalrymen nro was suddenly plunged into terror for dashing on to whoro lies Miss Baggs ono which coming witli a low contiu and kneels tho corporal ucd rattle strikes terror into hor heart fear sho had been killed Ho went on Promiso mo Rats that yon will do A familiarity with war lias taught her but with n now object distinct in hi sho asked pleadingly nothing foolish Sho hears tho beating of tho mind It was not to injuro Miss Baggs its calls OGodl Oira going to draw mo Tho wliolo camp is arous but to succor her long roll revolver on cm Ho soon camo to tho heap of splinters ed A legion of Ynukecsmiy soon bo in Promise pursuit and iron which maikcd tho point of I cant Corporal Ratigan was stopped by ov collapo of Miss Daggs buggy Miss For moi sake Rats Baggs was not vNiblo Had sho taken ory scutintl who had tried tocheckMiss Tlio faintest tiaco of n smile dospito Baggs After an explanation to each ho to tho wood beyond tho fork of tho road was suffered to go on Tho men who For n moment thero was a delightful her desperato situation passed over hor faco ns sho imitated tho corporals prostopped him transmitted tho informa- scuso of relief but it was soon followed Tho quaint humor min tion at onco to tho guard tent that somo by tho nuimal instinct of tho savago nunciation Stimulated gled with so many singular traits prom was being chasing an object of prey one doubtless nu enemy inent in her that could show itself at so chased Tho forco was n division of in by this or o return of n senso of duty fantry with no cavalry except a mount or both ho was nbout to rido into tho critical n inomint touched n rcsponsivo ed escort to tho general commanding wood when looking down on tho long Irish chord in his Irish heart nnd brought grass by tho roadside ho descried tho him to terms Somo of thoco wcro ordered in pursuit For yuursako darlin Oill do it unconscious body tho faco apparently Thero was n hurried saddling of horses ho said in n despairing voico sprinkled with oaths nt tho delays en- whito in death of tho woman ho sought Thoro was scarcely timo for him to In a moment tho corporal was off his countered and tlircn cavalrymen mounted and dashul after JMiss Iiaggsaud her horso nnd on his knees beside her Tho speak tho words indeed thoy wcro pursuer Hut bjforo they started a cou- clmso in which ho had been so eager and whispored with his lips touching her ple of mtks had been placed botween tho causo wero both forgotten on sec lug car when tlio thrco cavalrymen rodo Miss Baggs lying apparently cold in up to whoro tho two wcro her and tho camps Whats it all nbout corporal usk gray of tho meriting was by this doath at his feet Tho cd 0110 of them Darlin nro yo hurt timo beginning to reveal objects with I found this this lady lying here greater distinctness Hatigau coming Thero was agony in tho corporals Sho is badly to n riso in tho ground just beyond tho voice Ho put nn arm under iier head to ncr buggy ii broken Tho corporal spoko tho words camps saw tho buggy about two miles rpiso it With tho other ho grasped her hurt haltingly nnd drops of sweat btood out nhead swaying liko tho dark hull of a hands To tho diviPs own keepin with tho ou his forehead ship rolling through tho billows of an Who is shocean For n moment ho hesitated bo- war nnywav Whats it good forvcx Well thats to bo found out somo tween his duty as n soldier and that cept to Injun innocent women nnd chil other time Ono f yod better rido back quick sharp something bo it love be dren In that nonresNtaiico of unconscious for nn ambulance and a nugion witchment or n natural sympathy of Never mini tho nigeoii snid man for weaker woman whilo beads of ness ho forgot that this woman liad been Miss Baggs Jaitly cold perspiration stood on his forchoad engaged in what tliu world condemns Well brlMjj tho nmlitilnuco tiny It seemed to him that if ho should do openly if not secretly as illegitimate Yo can nil go his duty ho would bu acting tho part of warfare To iiim sho was innocent not way said Ratigan an executioner not only that but tho that ho reasoned upon her nets but bo- - back if yo hle Oill stay with her Shus 1110 own prisoner Thcros no need of nil going said I 11 go mytho man who had spolen self Ho turned nnd rodo nway whilo tho others dismounted nnd throw tho reins of thoir bridles ovir 11 fence rail Ono of them caught Bobby Leo who was cropping tho iTJfs nearly occasionally looking up ns thouj h suspicious that something had happened Tho men loi tered nbout now nnd then npproachiug to tako n look nt tlio prisoner but soon turning nway ngain quito willing to bo frco from tho responsibility which Corporal Ratigan socmed disposed to tako upon himself Rats said Miss Baggs who was now rapidly recovering strength and coolness it will not bo long boforo I shnll bo separated from yuu Boforo then I wish to thank you for tho kind ness tho interest even tho tenderness with which you liavo treated n fallen enemy And I wish to nsk your forgivo ness for tho deception I practiced ou you onco when you wcro deputed to soo mo through tho lines What was that compared with what dicatlful way I cant bear It Tho two cavalrymens backs wero turned Thoy wcro strclllng townrd tho woods Ratigan put his arms nbqut her and both yioldcd to n long embrace Thero woro no moro words spoken Words would havo added nothing to what both felt Thoro was moro pain and moro plcnsuro concentrated iu tho boout of each than had been thoro in all tho years thoy had lived T0 111 NEWSPAPERS AND TWINE Some Practical Advico Regarding Their Btt Uses COSTINUKD frivfiAMiv lPlPP Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is dlfieren from alt other cough remedies It cures by allaying tho inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for sale by Short A Hnynes Cloverport Di R II McMullIn McDanlels M Moyer Co Burns Geo Hoyser Con- Â¬ A Taylor Rosetta stantino Drury Co Bewloy ville Ky W E Bennett Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Gai field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Â¬ Report of Cloverport Public School for the Month Ending March 8 1895 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Number girls enrolled Number boys enrolled Whole number pupils enrolled Average dally attendance A verago daily absence Per rent of attendance Number cases tardiness Number ol visitors H0MOF HONOR Ill 02 201 182 8 90 ID 17 Â¬ Illnlt SCHOOL DEPARTMENT Third year Mabel CareonStella Mul- Â¬ len Mnxio Bandy Stcond year Mamie Dellaven Lo lofca May Rosa Ryan Margaret Skill man Krnest BoydHovious Behen Harry llmnman Wallie Lishen Willlo Mullen Albert Solbrig First year Lena iIummanJano Ham blcton Annie Hambleton Margaret Howard Minnlo OglesbyKenneth Ferry Fonzo Kingsbury Robt Witt IRAMMAR DEPARTMENT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sixth Grade Mary Jnrboe Adelia Moorman Eliza May Nellie Gregory Delin Bntt KIHe Swnggot Stella McGav oc Eunice Crosson Carrio Graham Bertie McGavock Stella Wratherholt Mary Dean Ella Popliam Maggie Lewis Shelby Conrad Moorman Willis Joe Fallon James Logan Lnfe Behen Fifth Grade Muriel Gregory Gracie Plank Edith Heron Lelia Daniel Irene Jnrboe Ida Hnmpton Ruth Haynes David May Chas Berry Chas Zirckle Edmund Wroe Wnrfield Collins Ira lichen INTKRMEDIATK DEPARTMENT - Â¬ Â¬ Fourth grade Chas Lalleist David Murray Uovious Raflerty James Younger Wavy Sampley Mary Farber Edna Jnrboe Sallio Snaggot Maud Witt Cleoua Weatherholt Katie Yeager Third grade Lucy Dean data Dyer Leslie Newton Maggie Wioe Carl Greg ot y Wrarda Graham Jesse Moorman John Newton PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Second year Holla Fallon Annio Jnrboe Leonard Gregory First grade Maggio Burn Carrie Gregory Georgio Boyd Bertha Beavin Thomas terry Leo Lnslle Primary Grade Margaret Moorman Mattie Willis Wade Witt Eddie Lishen Paul Lewie Hattie Laslie Hubert Mc GavockJohn HiattMyrtlo Cunningham At tlio close of each term tho standing of pupils is made from the class record and examination Honorable mention is made of those who mado the highest per cent in their respective grades Following ore tho names viz Third year High School Mabel Car- Â¬ son Second year High School rigo Bessie Jarboe TencherH Meeting met nt Miss Melissa Cashmans last Wednesday night with good attendance yOlr A Haynes and his daughtcrSarah Elizabeth paid his grand mother a morn- Â¬ ing call this morning Mr and Mrs L T Roberts of Roberts Bottom wero tho guests of Dr nnd Mrs Wm Mllner Wednesday nnd Mis Wnltor Barger woro in g town Saturday preparing for May their lives bo long and happy Mr and Mrs Percy Beard and littlo daughter Mary Franklin visited their parents Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Sunday Quite a number attended the funeral of Miss Susie Wheeler Sunday Brother William English delivered quite an in- Â¬ teresting talk Mrs Charles W Stowart was buried at Union Star Thursday 7 Quite a largo crowd attended although it was a very unfavorable day Little Mamie Jolly nnd her mothe- Mrs Mollio Jolly visited friends a few dajs at Stephonsport last week Both enjoyed themselves very much as it was once their home We aro waiting and watching for Brother Winfrey to move lo our little town Wo will welcome him to our Sunday School and also to our Teachers Meeting nnd prayer meeting Miss Susio Wheeler died at tho home of her sister Mrs Bettio Vandergriff Saturday The funeral occurred Sunday at 11 oclock and tho remains were in- Â¬ terred on her fathers old homo place On tho 21st of February the sad news readied our town that Miss Jennie Mr Will Sklllman has West Gentlemen hnd died at the homo of hor had soro eyes for years Ho has tried mothor Mrs Sarah E West Louisville many doctors and remedies and has Ky Tho funeral took placo at tho always failed to get relief until wo sold Cathedral with solemn high mass In- Â¬ him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye terment St Louis cemetery Salve which cured him inside of one week Dr Bells Pino Tar Heney sells A now theory in tho treatment of well and cures Respectfully coughs lung and bronchial affections has M Meyxr Co been advanced by the manufacturers of January 15 1895 Buras Ky Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve has dono wonderful remedy All dealers sell a great deal more for me than can be it on a positive guarantee For sale V II Skuiman told by pen by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr Boras Ky R II McMuilin McDaniels M Meyer it Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constan Â¬ RHODELIA tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Plenty of rain and mud at present Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Miss Ellon Wathen of Concordia is Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky visiting Mrs Gabe OBryan Mr Henry Elder and family of GarROCK HAVEN rett havo lately moved to Sargho Miss Annie Dutscliko nnd brother Mrs Jane Lemastus has moved to Gus attended church at Flint Island town Sunday Hatrels bridge gang aro hero at work Misses Martha Barr and Addlo Galey John Allen of Louisville is here work visited Mr George OBryans family Sun- Â¬ ing with the bridge gang day night Tlio bridge carpenters aro boarding Mrs John Ray and daughter Eva with Mrs Haynes near Otter creek spent Tuesday evening with Mrs Gabo Len Lamb of Louisville is visiting his OBryan parents near tills place Miss Emma Manning of Mooleyville visited her cousin Miss Lucy Burch Wrapping paper old nowepapers nnd tho various useless odds nnd ends that collect nbout n kitchen nio nn awful nuisance If you put tlictn in tho fire it smudges it out if you throw them in tho ash barrel it soon Alls it up if you havo no particular placo to put them they get around under foot and annoy you that wny All good smooth brown paper should ho neatly folded up and laid on n shelf in a placo set apart for it It never comes amiss to havo it about You want it for lunches to send away packages to do up laundry in you want it for a dozen things and probably never havo a clean piece nt hand Tho paper bags should always be put away in tho samo manner It is a small economy but saves n great deal of timo when you want either Tho twine that conns around the packages should bo made up in a ball and kept in a tiny box or basket hung high out of tlio reacli of small hands yet handy to run to when you want a bit of cord For tho useless odds and ends make a bag out of cheap print or piece out of pretty scraps and lino it so thnt it will bo strong Ono ns large as a common flour sack will not bo too large Gather it at tho bottom and fasten with a bow of cambric and at tho top make a wide hem into which put a thick who or a small whoop Hang this in a corner of the kitchen out of tho way and throw into it all the bits of paper cloth and trash of that character When tlio bag is full roll tho contents in a big news- Â¬ paper and tie with a string and pile up in the coal house till you have the ashes carted away and then it can bo carried away without trouble or extra cost You can have a half dozen such bundles and not notice the room they take up PP UNION STAR LUnSVllLE MMKET UMTS Mrs G R Cox spent tho day with her mother Mrs Roberts ouc day last week Mrs Sarah E West of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs R B Cox this week Corrrttljr weekly by Pnmphrey A Lsnfrr lro jft Second Mlet dues Commlialon Merchanm Main and Market Louisville Kf LOUISVILLE KY March IV Mb Shippers ahfmld mark all packigei plainly with ahlpperi nam and poat oOlc addreii I1UTTKR 10 12 6 g 8 fc Choice country Medium Creamery KOOS a 25 9 Freih BKANS Michigan hand picked ndlaoa Navy Old or Common and colored Mixed Old No 1 dock 7 83 35 25 15 25 I I 1 fur FEATHKRS Trims white gooie to 22 75 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 i house-keepin- Rabblti per dot Squlrrela per dn Oreen food Dry Bait good utj mm gooa MME 11IDES ii bi 7iitH7UV 7 Sheep iklni Duck a V Hem per lb POULTRY 20 M 40 7 Turkeja allre C fia 9 Turkcya drened m 10 DRIED APPLEd AND PEACHEs Applet choice bright quarters bli to Applet average 41 to Applet old Peaches new 4 to 5 Peachet old Tub washed Urease fine Ureate coarte Merino WOOL 21 3 2IK 16 V 16 13 m 15 10 12 8 12 78 7J Burr and Cnti MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax 3 Sorghum Molaiset 30 35 IIAY GRAIN PEED We quote price to day on- Louilile eft wharfi OATS No 2 oatl 32 25 4Ji Strictly ohoice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw HAY 10 11 10 4 50 38 13 00 00 M 12 00 00 00 50 n lo CORN Choloe white Choice helled 42H CATTLE 4 3 3 3 00 50 40 00 90 85 50 76 46 Light shipping Beit Butcher Good to extra thlpplng 4 25 3 75 3 85 Medium to good batohera 11008 Choice packing and butchers 4 Fair to good 4 Rough 6 ShoaU and plgt 100 Iba and under4 Good to extra thlpplng Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra tprlng Fair to good 3 25 3 5 CO 4 90 6 76 5 00 2 25 2 50 SHEEP 2 00 2 75 4 60 2 50 4 76 4 00 Louisville St LguIs Texas R R Co TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect A - Â¬ At 600 oclck 63 SI U Sunday Dec 62 30 1S54 Will Bound Traint Edit Bound Train Mail lt 54 Expra Kxpra ota 730 7 47 Mail STATIONS Expra Dally Hxpr 8 Daily Dally 6S0pm 7 30im 825 828 8 4j 863 7 45 IvUnn 7 2s 304 8 21 766 813 9U 830 838 866 900 909 914 917 928 931 8 46 lost week Funnygrams 9 39 9 47 9CU 10 00 10 C9 911 919 930 Weal Tolnt Howard Long llranch Ilrandenburg Rock Haven Kkron Guaton Kentucky St ptar Daily 30pn 815 1125 735 12U2im 730 1147 714 1139 707 1131 658 6 48 1122 100pm 1114 1105 1059 10 49 1041 1037 1028 10 23 10 2U Irvington Webiter Lodiburg Stijple Stepheniport Addiaon Cloverport Shopa Sklllman Haweavllle Fierce Charlie Hayden Jr lias lately gone to Daviess county 0 my I what Bad news for some of our fair beauties Died at her fathers Mr Dutch Watli ens near Andyville Mrs Maggie Watts after a long illness of consumption Mr Will Milam and son Hal have lately located on a farm near Shrioli commonly called tho rabbit track Mr Plus Fackler of Paynesville at- Â¬ tended church at Flint Island the 3rd and was the guest of Miss Martha Barr in the afternoon We think it a splendid joke on Mr Severs to let a country green horn as he calls them get away with him so nicely green Hurrah I for the horn Miss Maggie Hardesty and brother Nick of Paynesville and Messrs Roland and Chirllo Elder of Mooleyville were the guests of Mr Sam Ilardestys family Sunday night Emmett Elder has returned from his visit near Vine Grove and reports seeing moro pretty girls than ho ever saw be- Â¬ fore in all his life but I think if he had spoken tho truth lie would have said boys in placo of girls Died nearShiloh MrsElizibeth Clay comb aged eighty five years after a long and patient illness calmly and peace- Â¬ fully passed away March 11 She leaves quite a number of children grand and great grand children to mourn her loss Her earthly remains wore interred in the old family cemetery known as the Hashtleld graveyard where sho has a loving husband and several children long sinco lain to rest We most heart Â¬ ily sympathize with hor bereaved chil- Â¬ dren May she rest in peace is the wish of a young friend womans smiles will sometimes move a crowd of men sooner than will the clubs of six big policemen A Judge What mado you turn burglar Tramp I am so fat that people refused to give me food In tho police court Prisoner did No you commit this burglary alone Pearl Per your honor twas done with tlte gracious co operation of a few friends Blinks has got one of those talking machines A phonograph No a wife First year Janio Hambleton Sixth Grade Stella and Bertie Gavock Mc- Â¬ 1014 1020 1033 10 9 1060 9 43 1102 961 1109 1002 1115 1007 1119 10 12 1125 1018 1143 1036 12WUm 10 48 12 6pm 1069 1218 1109 12 23 12 27 11 19 1235 11 25 12 42 11 SJ 1263 1145 1163pm 1269 12 10am 1 15pm 630 614 606 567 662 646 636 624 609 4 4 4 6 40 Holt 6 40 6 21 69 61 42 lots 10 9 48 9 37 to Tatee Owentboro Griffith Stanley Petrle Falcon Cayce Lewlsport Powcra Mattlngly 929 923 919 911 830 817 809 GlC 445 436 420 403 400 347 9 tO 8 4U 3 41 VHendcran Worthlnirton Ileada Snottivlllc tlaaetta 337 330 323 316 734 310 v 7 20am 265pm 768 7 0 7 42 Oivo dono givo ho moaned Do you forigve 1110 Oi do But Oivo nothin to for Â¬ RATWAX ADDRESSES THE executioner of a woman a woman whoso imago had got into his heart nnd his head nnd never loft him a moments poaco sinco sho first throw tho spoil of her entrancing personality nlwut him It was n hard struggle and from tho nature of tho caso could not bo n long ono Duty won Ho shouted to his horse gavo him n dig with botli spurs nnd dashed forward Thero was n depression in tho ground down which tho corporal plunged Then tho road rnn along n lovel for awhile with another slight riso boyond As ho rodo down tho declivity tho fugltivo was on tlio crest of tho second rise Sho stood up and turned to catch n glanco behind her Sho saw n horseman sho was too fur to rccoguizo tho corporal dashing after her Below her was it wooded space nnd sho noticed that which gavo her n glimmer of hope Tho road forked Urging her horso on ward sho aimed to get ou ono of tho two roads boyond tho fork whilo hor pursuer was in tho hollow back of her trusting that tho might cscapo ns sho had escaped before by forcing him to 0I10060 between two roads nnd trusting that ho might tako tho wrong one Down tho doclivlty her racer plunged while Hatigan was galloping down the ono behind her So steep was tho road and ko swift hor horses paco that tlio danger of doath by wangling seemod groator than doath by hanging Sho ronchod tho bottom whoro tho road ran Hop lovel to the fork and tho wood nrged hor It was not 100 yards to the point fiho wa so anxious to roach Passing over a rut at tho very fork of tho road that seemed hor only chanco for cscapo tho old buggy gavo a dismal groan as much In sympathy with tho mistress it had served fowoll as a death tattle and flow Into a huudrod pieces Â¬ COURT a breath from spirit laud hndniadoher inoro to him than nil tho world besido Ho laid his head down upon her breast to listen if tho heart beat ho chafed her hands and arms ho took off his cap nnd fan ned her Still sho lay limp in his arms without n sign of life Darlin darlin como back to life Como back if its only loug enough to toll mo yo forgivo mo for mo cowardly chasin yo Oivo killed yo Oi know it Oi wish somo ono would run n bayonet through 1110 own rotten heart A slight murmur something liko a groan escaped her PraisoGod theroslifol If itdonly Ah grow stronger thank heaven thcros watorl Laying her head down in tho grass ho went to tho sido of tlio road whnro there was it runuol of clear water Scooping somo of it in his two hands ho throw it in her faco Sho opened her eyes Corporal Hatigau novor forgot tho look with which his prisoner regardod him when sho recognized who ho was Thero wcro two expressions following each other rapidly tlio first reproach but when sho noticed tho pain witli which it was received it melted into ono of tenderness sho exclaimed faintly Ah Bats how could you do it Ho put his groat bauds browu from oxposuro boforo his oyes to shutout tho faco which at every glance kindled somo now emotion to rack him Now that sho had como to llfo another terror camo to him to administer on added torture He knew that mounted men were following that they would soon appear ovor tho crest jmt behind them that his prisoner would bo taken tried and condemned bo heroin n Jiffy Toll mo he cried wildly thai yo forgivo 1110 Tell mo that yo dont bate mo as I hato mesolf causo n mysterious something And Ratsyou havo unconsciously let that you you feel moro kind ly townrd mo than Youvo robbed mo of 1110 heart in tiroly Well Im both glnd and sorry It is delightful to bo loved but sad to think that your very lovo must inako you griove Our meetings havo boon few nnd strnngc very strnngo eho added musingly Who nro you Rats I know you nro well bom I can sco It in every woul nnd motion Oim second son of SlrThomns Rat igan Esq of County Cavan Oireland At his death mo older brother succocded to tho estate So I camo to America to shift for mesolf A year ago Oi enlisted in tho Union ranks and here 01 am 01 wish to God mo brother wns in his coffin and 01 in possession of tlio es tates that Oi could givo thorn nil to save your llfo No no Ruts You nro n soldier and an honorablo man Remember what I havo told you You will do your duty hereafter as you havo done it hcrctoforo Your words In that respect are meaningless Your senso of honor will always triumph over your sym Â¬ pathy when that sympathy is alloyed For this I have con with dishonor col ved for you an nubouuded respect Perhaps wero I not so soon to be Dont speak it for Gods sako dont speak it Well Rats wo will try for tfa brief timo wo shall bo togothor to fix oar mindi ou n pleasant picture Lot us think of that day when tho south will be independent or at least when north nnd kouth will bo nt poaco This region now trodden by soldiers wear ing the blue ntid tho gray will bo given up to those siuiplo pcoplo who till tho soil Instead of the louud of shotted guns there will bo tho lowiug of cattle mo know Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fifth Grade Jra Behen Fourth Grade Hovious Raflerty Third Grade Clara Dyer Second Grade Anna Bell Boyd First Grade Katie Moorman Maggie Burn Primary Grade Wado Witt Parents nro respectfully invited to visit the school as often as convenient If at any time they should find that their children are overtaxed or not sullicieutly employed thoy are request Â¬ ed to confer with tho teacher James II Logan Supt Somo folks will think that Dr Jack said mamma run into the L St I T Rf Foidsvllle Branch parlor and see whether your father is TIME TABLE No 24 asleep or not exclaimed Not quite Jack on his rclnrn He is all asleep TAKING EFFECT DEO 30 1894 but his nose WeatBound Train Baat Bound Trains Daily Dally Daily Daily Papa why is this called a ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Jimmle No 8 Nol No 3 No C fountain pen 10 10am Lv Irvington Ar 9 20am Papa Probably because it produces 1160 Garfield 810 12 05pm 7 50 Harned a wonderful flow of language when it is 1222 Hardlnsburg 7 30 1258 TOO Kirk used Tlieolo Dont you think thoro will bo any punishment hereafter for a man who commits bigamy Diablo Of course I do Both his wives will bo there at the eamo time Fannie Why do you peoplo alwayB apply tho name of she to a city George I dont know Why is it Fannie Becauso every city has out- Â¬ skirts quoting Theres nothing like leather you know old boy Waggs Isnt there though I You never saw any of the pie crust that our new hiredgirl turns out Wiggs 110 121 165 230 242 261 ia5 arPallalloughlv Rock vale Huth Aaklna Oaka Glendeane Dempster Jolly 6 6 6 8 660 30 20 00 27 Bells Pino Tar Honev is no better than the common cough remedies until thoy try it Then they will know for themselves that its the best on earth For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMuilin McDanielsM Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky V E Brown Irv- Â¬ ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky 340pm ArFnrdavilleLv 3 01 S16 803 4 4 60 35am BEST Condensed News Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Politioal Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials EverythingWILL HC - burning plant beds and breaking corn ground Thats right farmers Its tmo you are wido awake about your farm work Mrs Win Galloway accompanied by her two littlo Bons Ernest and Pain Does your boy seem to take Smith Miss Lult McGavock anticipates going to any tiling in particular Mr Jones to Bermingham Alabama soon Yes he takes to his heela Jones Ono of our young men Hays the at- Â¬ I hear that your friend X has gono whenever theres anything to be dono traction for him now is in Holts bottom South Was it upon his physicians ad- Â¬ 1 dont always do unto others Flora Bro Pottle will preach at the Mc- Â¬ vice No his lawyers as Id havo others do unto me Gavock school hbuso tho fifth Sunday in Clara Of course not It Isnt a girls March placo to propose to a man MMte30BeMMHHittM Mora Galloway who we thought would Delicate leave us this spring will bo with us a Or too smart whilo longer as he has rented fathers He was a sharp young book canvasser farm for tills year Debilitated who wished to show his smartness by Tlio farmers in this community are SHOULD USB quizzing an old farmer began HONEYLOCUST r IOtlMt IN THE women Weekly Courier - JoumaT went to Irvington Friday to spend a fVw Theyrocomlul Theyll Instead of tho r glng of mlnlo balls thero will bo tlio ig of birds Thero will bo pence uk stcd penco Oh if I could only livo to soo it I Then perhaps I may take ynu by tho hand say to you But Rats this cauuovcrbo for me It Ivo drawn to rollevo thnt terrible suffering I soo in your faco Youvo ngod ton years In as many minutes Dont looknt mo In that is only a fancy picturo days with her sou John Galloway Her little son Ernest takes the train Eundty for Adolpbus where he will spend the summer with his sister Mrs Wm Red Â¬ man CHAPTER XII A CHANGED V ENEUV Corporal Itatlgan had boon worked Hp to such a fevor of excitement by the chase and hi complicated eellnai to- - For doing your duty Rats Dutyl Is it a mpus duty to run Children Cry for Pttchtrs Castor and by A ten page clght column Democratic News paper HENRY WATXEESON la the Editor asking him If there were any pretty girls In the neighborhood Yes replied the old man theres a PRICE 100 a YEAR dreadful sight of em so many that Evcrv iDcrrodient nossesses suitcrbV I there aint enough respectable fellows I Tonlo properties and exerts a wouder- The WEEKLY for em all and so some of em are beÂ¬ very liberal terma COURIKH JOUIINAL makes to agents Sample copies ql f ul Intluence la toning up and strength- ginning to take up with book canvassers the paper and Premium Supplement sent free tu eningher system by driving through anyaddreee Write to and such like trash the proper clisnel all impurities COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY The youna man did not follow up the Health and strength are guaranteed to IOHUvlllv Ky result from Us use matter THE BRECKEHRIDGE NEWS fur lylitMn MrwIfho IIIIIK HRiliriBlirs rtMAI K j ANB THt BOMB lr wit irlAtn HM1ITIAT illifnr to inonllinil glUgjrtll J Or Price Crtam Baking Powdtr WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL M JOHNSON Malttrn Am Worlds Pair IHgbHt Award Will be sent one year to nay addrfW tor Sold by all DrugUt it II H par botll 175 AddrflTktBRKKxun6E Notts MAK lEUVS RE8UIATM CO AtMt 6a Have you Heuewed your Subicrlp Glovsrport Ky IIsh far 1803 BRADFIELDS iFemale Reoulatori 1 --BM9K I 4 T r rr - Orf I itwf1rT wrrFfvm frifpy -- y w wi w y jwi THH BRaOKKNRIDGE Awarded Highest Honors World NH8 IRVINGTON QLOVBRPORT K 8TEPHENSPORT Tobacco was coming In freely at this point last week Plenty of rain the past Week and some god tobacco seasons too ou bet There are several cobcs on the docket hero for Magistrates court which will bo held March 20 Mr George Drlskell of the Texas was home Sunday but left Monday for bis post of duty Preaching at tho Baptist church the fifth Sunday of this month by Brother Wm II English Roland A Smith our hustling hotel man and steamboat agent made a trip to Louisvillo last week Charley Allen It ft on tho up boat Sunday or Wolf Creek front which point ho will go South for several months Send your laundry to R W Vaughn agent tor tho Imperial Laundry of Louisvillo Ky Office with K B Bloln Pair - CREAM BAKING POWDfR IKr MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YtfARS THH STANDARD Notice to Subscribers The date on the label Indicate the time to which your subscription li paid Thli serves both ai a receipt n expiration notice every week Examine the date printed after Tour name on the margin of thin paper and tee If It li correct If not correct please to let tie know If your time haa expired please renew at once i Bregkenridge News 1895 WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 LOCAL BREVITIES Genuine inapio sugar at the City Bak- Â¬ ery David Powers was in the city Mon- Â¬ day Tiniuss pure applo vinegar at the City Bakery Henry Lander Hawesville has been granted a pension John Baker Cannelton Telephone was here yesterday Puro barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale by G W Short For sale cheap a two horse spring W S Smart wagon In business open wide your eyes Get new Ideaa and advertise Sam Dix Stephensport lias 35 tons flno timothy hog for sale Mrs F M Ryan is In the city visiting her mother Mrs Cowden F J Ferry has returned from Texas lie repoVts a pleasant trip Percy Hopper shipped 20 car loads of ties to Lexington last week Mrs Amanda Fisher went to Louisville last week to visit relatives David V Fairleigh was a passenger on the west bound train Sunday F Fraize and D R Murray went to Ellzabethtown Monday on legal busi- Â¬ Â¬ ness J S Potts went to Louisville last week totteeiiia brother James who is very Chas B Skill man entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of her sister Miss Young fJSsr Sberlff Ken Rhodes fell and broke his left arm at bis home McDaniels one day last week Our many grades and great variety afford uncqimled opportunities for select- Â¬ ion Sulzers Light Brahma eggs for Bale Felch strain 100 for 15 Mrs John Nkvitt Irvington Ky - y LMfTCIarence Keith moved to Leltch field Monday where ho will engage in the marble business The Louisville Dally Post and the Bbkckbnbidok News one year for 275 post paid to any address We endeavor to savo you money on every purchase thereby placing money in your pocket Sulzers Every purchase made at our store is an assurance by us that you received tho best for the money Sulzers Just keep an eye open for our spring dress goods They will as usual be the creation of the latest ideas Sulzers Our liberal irresistible offerings makes everyone satisfied They know they have received their moneys worth v Sulzers Dr S S Watklns went to Cincinnati Sunday to bring home MlsaOra Alexand- Â¬ er who is recovering from a severe spoil of sickness Jimmy Wheeler camo homo last week from Louisville where ho has been sick for several weeks His condition is not much improved iJBtuart Owings was at Stephenspoit last week and bought 25000 hoop poles He is loading a flat boat with lime and poles to go south Administrator Silas Pate will sell the personal effects of the late Zack Green at Harned next Saturday and at Irvington Monday March 25 Obituary notices and resolutions of respect inserted at 5 cents a line ParÂ¬ ties sending in these notices will please jr - bear this in mind The Peoples Party met at Hardins burg last Monday and nominated A M Hardin of Lodihurg as their candidate for the Legislature Dobles Coffee Economizer makes your Fits any pot coffee last twice as long Co Free circular Arthur L Dobie Grant Bldg Atlanta Ga Sterling morit goes with our goeds they aio the best products pf honest tfc manufactures mado for service made for long wear Sulzers Eggs for sale from puro Plymouth Rock Whito Leghorns Light Brahma White Cochett and Langslian J II Carson Cloverport Ky Keeping pace with the times we are always on the alert for new Ideas If its new and fresh and under the bub we have it or will get It Suzars Mrs F T Heyser and her daughter Ray returned from California Sunday In atwtlHr part of this paper she gives a very Interring aooouut of her trip i sick t Mre BLip- The Worlds Fair Tests sJirewW m hsktmg v ao 0ig pur er m tank im Uv fW0TM tk MyL pewfrr tion and all bilious diseases Dear EniTon As 1 hao not seen any nows from this nlaco for Eome time I shall with an unlimited amount of pleasure endeavor to send in a few items Wn Frtd Key has gone to the city on a shopping expedition Wllbcr Smith went to Brandenburg ono day lant week on business Mrs W W Withers was visiting In the WIthcrs Bottom last week Creede Haynts wasthesuest of Miss Molilo Withers Thursday evening for tea tobacco Hood Withers is quite ill with la When it comes to eating turkey the grippe but we hopo he will Improve News Is not far behind Brown Helm and soon Old Hickory Craig Miss Kntle B Withers entertained a Rev Petty filled tho pulpit in tho fewpf her friends Tuesday evening with Methodist church Sunday night He music and games of talk preached a good sermon Clarence Haynes was the guest of W W Watson train dispatcher for Miss Etta May Gerkins Sunday Well the Texas killed 55 ducks and one Clarence are you converted goose below Hawesvillo lost week Mrs Lizzie Crutcher went to Vino Wfttvid StanclIlT has joined the Ken Â¬ Grove last Saturday to visit her son Van who is attending school there tucky colony in tho great Windy City Misses Carrie and Ethel Beghtol have Ho is cashier of tho Union Casualty gone to TiooRO Springs to spend several Surety Co From later developments it is ascer- Â¬ days with their aunt Mrs Joe Vaughn Mrs W F Slmral Scotts 8tntlon nee tained that Mack Barnes bought the ducks ho was croditcd with killing last Fannie Haynes of this place spent last week from a fisherman below Addison week visiting her mother Mrs Suo The man who was found under Go Haynes O L Withers la farming very exten Â¬ hcagen trestle Friday night with a brok- Â¬ It sively this year Some are thinking en leg is still at Thos Mannings is reported that ho is not Improving very that he is preparing for a better half Success to you Claude fast Miss Mattle Withers Muldraugh has raising of motherless chickens is The growing to bo quite a business In this returned Lome after spending quite a country But think of the little orphans pleasant week with her cousins Misses selling for 25 cents apiece these gold Maude and Pearl Withers Thos Haynes who has been visiting bug times The Nkws regrets to learn of tho seri his mother Mrs Suo Haynes has re-Â¬ ous illness of an old friend and subscrib- Â¬ turned to Illinois much to the regret of er Mr Thos II Parsons at his home at some of the Meade county belles Miss Molilo Withers was given a McDaniels His death is expected at Euchro party last Saturday evonlng by any time Prof James Allen will lecture in tho her parents Mr and Mrs H N With- Â¬ Methodist church Monday night for the ers Quite a nice time was reported Miss Etta May Gerkins accompanied benefit of the High School Library Sub- Â¬ by her aunt Miss Annie Smith Louis- Â¬ ject Influence of Higher Education ville are spending several days with tho Admission 10 cents Mr Robert Terrell of Hancock county formers parent Mr and Mrs W F while coming to town with a load of tob Gerkins aoco Monday had the misfortune to lose WOLF CREEK one of bis horses The horso suddeuly Hill dropped dead on Pattersons Tills snowy afternoon in accordance Good cattle were in demand on the with my promise to send you items from Medium this place I find myself making the Louisvillo market Monday grades 15 to 2C cents lower Hogs mark- Â¬ attempt to do so In the beginning I Best packers and butchers want to say that It is tho utmost desiro et steady 445 to 5 1 50 Sheep and lambs market of my life to glorify God hence my letactive and higher on all good grades ters may seem peculiar for a secular There is no better way of getting ac- Â¬ paper I want to do all tho good I can quainted with all the people in this and as little harm taking issue with no county and in Meade than by reading ono and responding to none who may the correspondents In tho News You take issue with me I trust I may wield can get familiar with the names and my pen in boldness holy power love I have been shut in this location of nearly everybody in the two and humility counties The News covers the entire week on account of rain and mud hence not able to gather tho news field The Breckenridge Bank building made Dear old grand mother Tobin is quite a narrow escape last Friday night fiom sick and being very old we fear she burning The gas in the stove was Ml will not recover She has been a re- Â¬ burning and but for tho presence of Mr markable woman having raised to ma Â¬ J D Brashear who occupies a room in turity a large family of her own and at the building and discovered the red hot an advanced ago taking cbargo of her stove tho heat from which penetrated sons children at the death of their his room above tho building would mother and caring for them with a now be in ashes as well as Fishers drug- mothers love store Mortons saw mill also made a Many of the little children of our com- Â¬ narrow escape Dr Simons Ernest Bab munity have been sick but as far as I Reid were returning learned all are convalescing We have a bago and Fatty home from Holts Bottom discovered fire good physician Pneumonia has been in the mill and it was just in timo to prevalent here only one caso that I save It Cloverport indeed is a fortun- know of has jjroven fatal that of Aunt ate town so far as fire is concerned Susan a colored woman who formerly belonged to Mr Frank Parr of late years BEWLEYVILLE has served his daughter Mrs Robt Mrs Alonzo Bennett has been making Trent She died in the faith and we bea visit to Mr and Mrs Griffin Dowell of lieve has gone to rest Prof and Mrs B F Wilett are teach- Â¬ High Plains They have Miss Stella Paul is visiting relatives ing a spring term of school a large attendance and pupils seem at Vine Grove Hunter Hardaway and Fletcher Blan Interested Soveral were present at the Friday afternoons entertainment yes- Â¬ ford continue on the sick list Friday was Rule Day at Bewleyvllle terday We learn the occasion was a pleasant ono No important cases Little Essie daughter of Mrs T F Jesse Eskridge editor of the Hardins Owings has been real sick so John burg Leader was in town Friday We were Rlad to have the editor of the Lawrence ton of the same Take care New s among us once more Come again of yourself Lawrence mother sisters country and god all have need of thee Mr Editor Mr Reuben Miller County Attorney The merchants of our town have spent Friday night with T J Jolly brought on their spring stock of goods George Drury took quite a number of and are preparing to send to the lower his young friends home with him from country tho staple product of Wolf Sunday School to dinner Sunday March Creek and surrounding country lime Turkey cake and ice cream and Success to them 17 many other nice things made the very Miss Qeine Kelly has gone for a timo nice dinner and hen a pleasant social to Alton Ind afternoon Buch as would be expected of Paul an Apostle of Jesus Christ to so much intelligence Old Chatterbox baa been having a the Christian Converts good time Im sure for see how thoughts in Antioch of good times which are to bring on the Believing it to be for the well being of millennium run through bis head the young christians to bring them toÂ¬ Among the good things to be is Womans gether in closer social relations and for Suffrage I will say that when we get purposes of amusement and the general that we are sure to have better times improvement of their manners it has We women want to be like men bo far as been decided in council by tho Apostles to have the privilege of doing good I and principal leaders in the church to have often heard my mother say that give a grand dance at the Gospel Hall she wanted to vote just once and then in Antioch on tho evening of the 18th of to vote out whisky I beliovo wr would tho month Chislon The occasion will go solid on that Were whisky blot be purely in the interest of rluhteousnesa tod from our land and all other lands he and no display of irreverence will bo al Â¬ that decelveth the nations would lose lowed Peter and John Apostles from many a strong hold Jerusalem are expected to bo present We are a quiet people and there isnt and participate in thetlvitiea A full much news this time We wish the Hebrew band compost d entirely of News much success and always give it recent converts to Christianity lfl en Â¬ We were real glad gaged to provide enlivening music The a cordial welcome to hear from the editor last week Long lame man who was healed by Peter and may he live 1 John will be floor manager A polios Golden Rod the orator of the new Church baa kindly agreed to recite during the evening the 5th chapter of Daniel and also the 5th chapter of Galatians The daughter of in malarial districts Tutts Pills Herodlas has been engaged to give la In the the are indfepensible they keep the fttruetioa dance latest movement of leve We sincerely nodera system in perfect order and are the heel to be an jmportaat iaewbef of the body and ought to be MNrfaMy trained In graeeful motion Let eve7 for sick headache indigestion one feel it their kmsden duty to he pnsent and lend their iaiwawe to make malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ the osawlon ee of preflt ad mutual Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mains circus will be hero next month R N Hudson was In town Wednes Â¬ day Mr A M McCracken was hero yesterday Percy Hopper went to 1a xlngton Thursday O P Couch returned from Mrs Sobrer Ky Saturday Misses Nflllo Burks nnd Fort I o Hardin returned to Holt Friday Mrs J D Brashfnr Owensboro Is vis iting her husband at the Cloverport Hotel J W and R G Roberts of Lewis- port wero hero Wednesday with a car of WILLOW DALE Mr Erskln Munford has been quite slrk with fover Is Improving but not able to attend church as is his custom Miss Nelly Henry of Sand Hill neigh- Â¬ borhood spent last Sunday with the Misses Greenwood and Carter at Sun- Â¬ rise Slope Miss Cliarlotlo Hermlon wo are pleased to see has recovered front her recent illness which confined her to her homo a week or more Little Tula Lockard celebrated her 8th birthday last Friday with a candy pull Â¬ ing tp her littlo friends Wo feel sure it was heartily enjoyed by the littlo ones Who is it that docs not enjoy a candy pull Miss Moggie Carter of Cloverport for- Â¬ merly of this neighborhood Is visiting tho family of Mr Floyd Greenwood She will make a visit of several weeks much to tho satisfaction of her numerous friends and relatives Miss Salllo Harris went to Louisville last Thursday to be presont at tho Commencement Exercises of tho Louisvillo Medical College from which her nephew Harris Kelly graduates Miss Harris is justly proud of her nephows bright prospect There Is hero a bright little two year old tot who knows many of Mother Goose rhymes Last Sunday at church the preacher requested that a song be sung whereupon tho littlo follow piped Sing a song of six pence much to tho amusement of those- sitting near him Wo are pleased to hear that Miss Julia Greenwood is rapidly recovering from her recent attack of la grippe and now in iter seml lnvalidlsm She devotes the tediousness to reading much to her own pleasure and profit Miss Julia Is one of tho bright lights of our Reading Circlo and expresses herself highly pleased with the course Little Nannie Leo Jolly had a pleas Â¬ ant and agreeable surprise from herSun day School teacher in a nico book as a premium It is doubly appreciated from the fact that the child had no knowledge of a premium having been offered consequently obtained it upon tho merit of trUo worth without making a special effort for the prize as is usual- Â¬ ly the case A pleasant homo wedding was that of Miss Eddie Kennedy to Mr T 0 Clay comb lost Tuesday week at 2 30 oclock pm amid a host of relatives and friends Rev WRCullom officiating The bride wore a becoming and stylish traveling suit of one of the new shades of blue so well suited to petito blonds The at- Â¬ tendants Miss Wathen and Mr Ken- Â¬ nedy Miss Anderson and Mr Claycomb wero also stylishly attired There were numerous presents of a substantial and useful nature to the young couple and many good wishes for their future health happiness and prosperity Â¬ We Clothe Boys r lIr Girls and Babies In Everything tho Littlo Â¬ Folks Wear Have you seen the nice desirable Clothing for Boys and pretty goods for Girls No Saving institution offers you a higher premium on your money than we do An investment made in our goods often gives you two or three the value of the prices If you want to enjoy you pay the full purchasing power of your dollar Bro Deppo and crew of tho Texas wero hero ono or two days last week repairing tho railroad crossing at tho head of Main street But oh I Golly didnt the clerk on tho Tell City Sunday have on a green tlo for yen It was In honor of St Patrick IMr JaiiuB Thomas Mil tier returned homo last Saturday from tho University at Louisville Ho intends going back in the fall again Mr Gurdner Hawkins Helm Mllner and Frank Shellman went up to Louisvillo on tho boat Sunday w ith several hogsheads of tobacco Our Mr Editor was in town last Wed nesday and wo understand received some new subscribers and had some to renew their old subscription Keep up tho good work Mr Editor Brother R M Phillips and family left lost Tuesday to locale at Tar Fork Ky Brother Phillips will take charge of the Christian church at the above place Wo trust he may have great success Some of the bo8 have been catching fish in tho creek hero already and unless wohavosomo heavy spring rains tho chances are 2 to 1 that wo will lmvo lots of good fishing hero all summer It looked like old times here Sunday when the Tell City loaded on nineteen hogsheads of tobacco bound for Louis- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ COIMIE J C to crs NOITK Assignee Senn Ackermann Brewing iMtorniKTons Co villo Oh I my how we do wish for BIG SPRING Mr James Harned visited Vine Grovo last week G A Meador was in Loiilsxille this last week Mr Carman of Bewleyvillo was in town lost week Mrs Hardin has her chicken palace about completed Mrs Emma Payuter Is with her uncle Mr James Moorman Mr A R Morris and son John have returned from the city Miss Willlbie Moorman who has been sick lias about recovered Miss Georgia Howell of Cecilia is visiting Miss Ruby Miller Miss Letitia Howell of Ekron Is teaching the spring school hero Mr A R Morris will go to the city tlou lor 1815 this week to buy his spring stock Â¬ Mr Porter Cosoy of Owensboro 1b visiting his uncle J R Moorman Miss Zelma Strother has gone to Louis- Â¬ ville to visit relatives and friends is that of tho dyspeptic but Farmers are busy plowing but the weather seems to be against them his face will brighten when Mr II Meyer has returned from the he knows thatRipansTabules city where ho has been to lay in his Â¬ thoso days of rush and push btck again Mr Kirby Blulu after n delightful EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use sojourn in tho South returned home Wednesday morning Ho says Florida 17 10 to 11iO MAIN ST will come out all right yet Ho is look- Â¬ TIUClIIUM lV KING 2 ing well nnd says ho has enjojed good health all winter The Best Shoet fc for the Least Money Mr Klrby Blain saa that he saw a fl statement of returns on tweuty sevin quarts of strawberriesshipped from Lake- Â¬ FIT FOR land Florida to New York on March 0 A KING and the net returns wero 2700 or 1 00 Over Ono Million People wear the W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos per quart Say Sam Reynolds Tho All our ahoea nre rqunllr Romaute you cant beat this cant ycr Tbrj sire the best value for tho money aatlafactorr aV in At v WIK i ner equal cusiom snoe are stjlo ana lit Roland A Smith had a Mr and Mrs belr wearing qualities unsurpassed to mt- The prices are uniform stamped on sol fer tKmA VRML sumptuous dlnnt r lost Wednesday and From SI to 13 saved orer other makM jour dealer cannot tuppljr 70a we can beside tho regulars there wero a fuw out CordoTao French siders to help do justlco to tho many W SH BSS jm vtSSA uai m tam v Utah l4lliiiniiru nonceusiia itnuuttiuvt atttaov am told that Jno D dainties etc I soles 36O and snoet woriingmens im-Babbage mado that turkey look liko a 2 Sthoil Shoes SI 2umet 75 Boys aaa What framo house struck by lightning iiou 1 a mv Mr did you think of tho above dinner Mr II jour dealer cannot supply jou write or catalogue WHIS 1STHE We have no better way of ex Â¬ Editor W L Douglas H0P Ur pressing our appreciation of a good iw llrockton Itlata dinner than the eating thereof Wo seldom fail to leave a turkey in a bad shape whon we get a chanco to tackle one Ed CoUnlon Slar Ky S L SULZER Clovorport C M McGLOTHLAN W 0 Allen went to Louisvillo Thurs Â¬ day to work as train dispatcher for W W Watson returnlne Sunday Have you Itonewed your MibScrlp MAIN STREETBREWERY LOUISVILLE KY jtilli t4 - x W L DOUGLAS v9 9 O UaffcE SS4V350 ssm 200 1 k NascJswra LMtHf xm8 a WK4J IfeIieJLJ a tis svViWVViWWiV A Gloomy Out- look xioiei For Sale Bpring goods cure that terrible Mr 0 0 Moorman of Maze Grove was the guest of his brother J R Moor- Â¬ man Sunday Mr Geo Sclphus of Vine Grove moved his family here this week He is running a saw mill near here Mi James Harned took a load of cat- Â¬ tle to the city last week and on his reÂ¬ turn home spent the day In Vine Grove visiting a friend Mr Silas Moorman of Vine Grove and C C Moorman of Maze Grove visited their brother Mr James Moor man this last week There was preaching at the Methodist church laBt Sunday Rov Geo Cundiff filled the pulpit and preached a most excellent sermon from Mark 10 21 Mr Claude Taylor has sold bis farm to B S Clarkson Claude Is going to Louisville where ho has a position in a drug store We ore sorry to have Claude and his most estimable wife leavo us Dr Strother is having a fine lot of rough lumber sawed on apiece of timber land between Big Spring and Bowleyvllle Parties desiring lumber for building and fencing would do well to write to tho above named gentleman Mr James Moorman has been very low this last woek suffering fromastroke of paralysis on his left side Drs Gray and Strother are attending and report that he la some better at present writing and now have hopes of bis recovery He Is In his sixty eighth year Mr Porter returned to his home Oweuaboro last Wednesday Mr Ham- Â¬ ilton Mogthwr aeetMHpaaied him and after a few days stay la Oweaeboro Hamiltoa will leave for Missouri where be expects to make hie future hone We extend him our beet wishes la hie new home Â¬ disorder and will make him a cheer- Â¬ ful and happy man Illpant Tabulet may lie obtained through your nearest druggist Price 50 cents a box --THE A first class hotel situated on First street between High and River in this city It is convenient to depot and landing Has Will twenty six rooms all in good repair sell cheap for cash or on easy payments Also a River Bottom Farm situated in Ladies Friend 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 cisterns and three never failing springs a doublo I want to soil this farm nnd corn crib will give tho buyer n good bargain Torms caBh or easy payments If you want a good farm call nnd see mo or writo Mrs Mary J Miller CLOVERPORT KY ATTORNEY at LAW HARDINSBURQ KY Will practlco in all tho Courts lit tho County and tmrroundlng District R N MiHor Cheap Gash Store Wo want tho Washing Machine This completo and popular washer hat con ttantly trained In public Uortlmply because It It Is the latest and best and over Alls the bill There la no tub to 15000 are In actual use handle A complete laundry and so light that any lady can handle Ik It Is so easy to operate that a child who can reach the lever can do at much In two hours at a woman can do In tla hours on a wash board The following are tome testimonials llummcrOlatKockr r McUanlelt aayt My wife hat not dona a wathlnir for over 7 yean until I got a Iadjs KilenJ Washer Maw she takes twelve year old child and doet all of the I would not take washing for a large famllv liLuoin sold for It unless I could replace It with I Glasscock one just ike it Mrs Bettle Robinson or Palls of Hough writcti I would at ion give up my tewing machine at my washer Mrs Meersol Custer Ky states that the had ijj plecet washed In j hours and JJ mjnutet on Maratde washer for lull particulate call on of write to ATTORNEY Office Gus Brown AT LAW CLOVEItrORT KY Kait enii of To those living with DarU R Murray Iron llrtdge Salwmoja Wanted an absolute cure Tutts Uver Pills beaelt MaU S 19 4 1 Cor 10 31 James 4 Coimiiitm Children Cry for LEE HARNED Good wages to soil our auisory stock Wo will have or Apply for terms bo convinced Spring and full 1803 an immense stock Yours Truly o apple pear peach plum Apricot Also small fruits cherry Ktapo etc G STONE shado and ornamental trees roses etc JOLLY KY Wo make a specialty of wholesaling to large planters direct Wo will sell to FOR SALE OR TJtADI responslblo parties and take note payable Keterol Mulct a ad oe IHwwitt My Will In ux Uelve and elguWe maths tell cheap far cash or o Mas sV win teaaW tor wholea prions AddfMs cattle ar Vaa TM sioek U lis mmBism Writo lis Par furthar InfetiMttoa call eat ar aSiraaa South wtx Nuwaajiy Co Will givo top Pxicos for Produco and boII you goods at lowest Cash prices Wo buy our Goods lo soil and not to keep and that Is tho reason we soil them so cheap Try us and Gash and Produce Trade W llMrned Ky Winchester Twin fr ftti iSiHaAN Xjr Irvlimtaa 1 1 K 6 B Highest of all in Leavening Power T THR BRROKHNRIDGE Latest U S Govt Report Now if a man is in debt f 1000 wltat would the legal tendor function stamped Being nn on paper bo worth to him NBXWS DUKES OlUOVRiFOHr CONSTANTINE JKLV a as all 971 ilfcdttt COLUMBIAS THEY ALMOST FLY r MP ABSOLUTELY PL BE THE HONEST DOLLAR The Almighty Dollar The Dollar of Our Daddies Is What We I AEE ALL STEIVING FOE Whether Silver Paper or What Not We Are After It Be Gold It E P And S Says Gold Only Is Honest Money honest man and willing to pay his debt what would he be willing to part with in value to obtain tho 1000 Tho purchssing power of that 1000 will bn represented by whatever amount of property values tho debtor must sell to securo it Understand 7 Then the stamp of government gave purchasing power Purchasing power is a con- Â¬ did it not tingent function it is not conferred direct All functions of money 11 jw from aro contingent upon the ono supreme func- Â¬ tion of money the function of legal tend- Â¬ er for tho payment of debts Government cannot crcato legal tender for the purchase- of property and does not pretend to do so Tho Professors illustrations by means of suits of horso hair Catholic religion Italian beggars and spotted owl feathers are ludicrous In tho extreme He thought to mako romebody laugh and he did at his own expense Lets hear the learned Professor once Dollars have stamps on them more No ttipy dont for if thoy did you might take tho stamps off of them and they would still he dollars Let tho Profi ssor smash the stamp on his silver dollar with a hammer and his dollar will be destroyed This proves that tho money function is in the stamp and this point It P S was very careful not to touch upon Now for those authorities on intrinsic J H SO A Says Gold Is Not Money value Wo repeat money is not a substance but an impression of legal authority a printed legal Attorney General Ack erman Money to be good must havo intrin Â¬ sic value It P Shacklett The theory of intrinsic valuo has been abandoned by tho best scholars and writers Encyclopedia Britannlna Money to be good must havo in- Â¬ It P Shacklett trinsic value Metallic coin whilo acting as money is identical with paper money in respect to being destitute of instrinslc value North British Keview Money to be good must have intrin- Â¬ U P Shacklett sic valuo There is legally no such thing as gold or silver money or paper money Money is the sovereign authority impressed upon that which is capable of taking and retaining tho impression That upon which the stamp is placed is called coin the coin may bo metal parchment or paper The valuo is in tho stamp and not in the metal Judge Tiffany Money to ho good must have intrinsic value It P Shacklett Money is a value r rented by law its basis is legal and not 1nntv1i1l Henri Cernuchi Money to bo good must have intrin sic value It P Shacklett Thus it appears that whatever may be the material of tho money of a country whether it consists of gold silver iron or paper and however destitute of Intrinsic value it may bo it is yet possible by sumcieiuiy limning its quantity to raise its value in exchange to any conceiv-Â¬ able extent Prof McCulloch editor of of the articlo on money in the Encyclo- Â¬ pedia Britannica Money to bo good must havo intrin- Â¬ sic value It P Shacklett Value is an ideal thing United States Supreme Court Money to bo good must have intrin Â¬ sic value It P Shacklett Thero is no such thing as Intrinsic W Stanley Jevon value Doesnt the Professor at Hardinsburg appear mighty small when placed against such authorities as the above By limiting the quantity of money it can be raised to any conceivablo value It is on this principle that paper money circulates Thought it has no intrinsic value yet by limiting its quantity its valuo in exchango is as great as au equal quantity of coin RIcardo Condemed by the testimony of ono of his own witnesses Tho introduction of the precious metals for tho purposes of money may with truth hs considered as ono of tho most importance steps toward the im- Â¬ provement of commerce and the arts of civilized life but it Is no less true that with the advancement of knowledge and science we discover that it would be another Improvement to banish them again from the employment to which during a less enlightened perion they had been so advantageously applied Â¬ Â¬ Without the Stamp WE AEE EATTLED Tho valuo of everything depends upon its supply and demand What is a things supply and demand Do sup ply and demand mean tho same thing7 Are they both properties of the same object Now we begin to learn something He tells us Intrinsic value is the power of money in exchange when exchanged as a comraolity But money is never exchanged as a commodity When coin is exchanged as a commodity it is not money At the close of this article I shall say something more about intrinsic value or rather givo sonio authorities on the subject Sixth The bullion in a gold dollar will command in exchange for itself in tho markets of the world as much as the face value of the coin will command This is only stating an assumed fact It is not giving the reason of that fact and I therefore repeat this question What makes the bullion in a gold dollar worth the face value of the coin Now I will notice It P Ss questions referring to them only by number to save space If any one fails to under stand tho question from my answer I refer them to the list in It P Ss last article His questions though sometimes ambiguous aro not difficult First The quantity of money of any country is regulated by law The quan Â¬ tity of money necessary to do tho money work in any country could also bo regu lated by law Second How can we tell when we have postago stamps enough In any country to do tho work of postage stamp and not too many How can Vo tell when wo havo raihoids freight and passenger trains enough to convey our goods and passengers and not too many Third The paper in the dollar that Populists and the dictates of enlightened reason stand for will when stamped by the authority of the law of 00000000 people of tho United States always stand at par Of course tho paper without the stamp will not bo worth anything Fourth I havo not read all the econ- Â¬ omists and cannot therefore give all the functions of money as laid down by them Why did he not let mo givo my own definition of money I wanted him to answer tho questions I put for his consideration Fifth A gold dollar Is worth with the government stamp 100 cents But this answer is like most of It P Ss not very clear What are 100 cents worth See the point When I gave 6omo timo ago the valuo of gold as 2008 pcrounce I had roference to tho coining valuo of gold not its commercial value I made a very slight mistake In estimating tho valuo of gold by taking tho ratio of 10 to 1 as is commonly spoken of whereas tho true ratio is 15088V to 1 I was only Becking to illustrate a principle and was not caring for so slight a mistake as ODD of a cent Sixth Becauso they had ad exception clause on the back restricting the legal tender function Seventh All money created by tho act of a government competent to en- Â¬ force its laws to flat money whether such government selects gold silver nickel copper paper or coon skins to receive its stamp LIghth No not exactly The stamp of government confers legal or denomi Â¬ national value and this value though always expressed in units multiples or decimals of units varies in its purchas- Â¬ ing power according to the increase or diminution of tho number of units of money out Limitation of quantity refers to tho volume of money number of units The limitation of the quantity of money is pllected by limiting the number of pieces making the number greater or less that shall receive the stamp of gov- Â¬ ernment always by tho authority of law Ninth Yes I can give such decision but not In this article Space forbids It P S quotes Hamilton and indorses his financial views Hamilton tho antago Â¬ nist of every known Democratic princi Â¬ pleand yet he claims to be a Democrat I It P S admits that the stamp of govern meat U necessary to confer the legal tender function Â¬ Â¬ hardly safe to put away jour ear muffs yet I Born March 4 to tho wife of Frank Clark a 10 pound girl Davd Itoland of Davit si county is vis- Â¬ iting relatives at this place I Keep tho bible open and tho door of the poorhouse will have to stay shut The devil Is proud of a gamblor no matter whether he belongs to church or not Mrs Johnson Mrs Jarboc and daught er wero tho guests of Mrs Harriet Burn- Â¬ ett Friday Miss Annlo Itoland of Daviess county began a subscription school March 1 lth at this place Mr and Mrs John McGavock Clover Creek attended services at tho Presby Â¬ terian church Sunday Mr James Jarboe and wife spent Mon Â¬ day night with her parents Mr and Mrs Burnett of Dukes Mrs Martha Burnett and her three children spent Wednesday of last week with Mrs Laura Bu nett A fat hen seldom lajs anything but a Apoplexy and egg soft shelled egg bound are results of excessive fat Human beings are by nature fighting animals the very babies aro up in arras as soon as they come into the world When sleeping in a cold room estab Â¬ lish a habit of breathing through the noso and never with the open mouth Mr Clark ex deputy tax collector was around Tuesday hunting thoso that have not paid their taxes for the year 1801 Mr J J Burnett and wlfo visited Mr and Mrs Horace Bruner of Lead Creek Saturday and returned home Sunday vTorn Shaw sold his crop of tobacco little upwards of 1200 lbs to Mr Urash ear ot Cloverport for 3 50 1 50 and It Is Â¬ Weather fine Prayi r one ting every Sunday evening at 3 oclock Farmers all busy sowing oils and burr Â¬ ing plant beds Mr George Hoyser Is putting upplcl et fencing which is quite an improve- Â¬ ment Dr H C Stone O 0 Weymuth and Fletcher Mercer are putting up picket -- 1 Dieting woqt Cure you Neither will medicine MllFwK Bicycling will All vou need is to tret outdoors1 and let the tonic of rapid motion put new blood into your veins and tissues I ir lr i vSKii t fences I fk 1 CC Weymuth has Jbecn lal up for several days with rheumatism but is now able to travel Georgo Ileyser is doing a good business George in tho way of selling dry goods is a good ono and hard to beat Dr Stono Is getting a grod share of practice among the sick and ho is having good success in his practice Try him if you get sick he is a good one It we could get a good blacksmith to come hero and locate our town would be all right This is a good place for a black- Â¬ smith and ono would do woll to come either with money or without as he can got help to start tho business if he is a good smith and has good habits of Hardin Grandma Itlchahlson connty is visiting her daughter Mrs Hack of this placo She and Aunt Nep Weymuth wero children together and met here for tho first time in 30 years It was a very affectionate meeting They aro both getting close to 80 years of age and not much difference in their ages How many of us wilf live to meet our playmates at the age of 70 Let us think and treat each other in away should we live that long that we may be as glad to see each other as thoso two old ladies were when they met lawyer of E Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when all things elso failed Its a now remedy for all coughs For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosette Drury Bonnett C6 Bewleyvlllo Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky W Bagby a prominent fr I F ft m A Buy 3 Best Bicycles o olunbi 100 RANCH 3 3 3 t t F ft ft ft Or a HARTFORD Boys or Girl Get a Colurrjbia 80 60 Hartf orIy 50 TOHIlt F ft ft N E It P S complains tliat I misrepresented his po Â¬ sition on momey when I quoted him as holding that gold only is honest money I I must demur to that complaint think that in view of the following quotations from previous articles of his I have not done him any injustice It In his article of Jan 2 he said takes 21122 grains of pure gold to make a In the same article ho said dollar Gold dollars of 2322 grains would not decline in value if all the gold in the In ono world were coined into dollars paragraph of this same article he men- Â¬ tions gold ten times In his article of FehC he quoted T A K Wilson approvingly as follows gold dollar is honest for no part of its value depends upon the treasury stamp In the Bamo article Feb 0 ho quotes It G Horr this way Put a gold dollar into the stove and melt it into a nugget and it will buy as much in this form as be- Â¬ fore Ho also complains because I represent him sometimes as a Binirjo standard advocate Hut in view of theso citations from his own writing I beliovo I am as yet justified in holding him to bo what is IIo says jfopulurly termed a gold bug he is a bi metallist but I rather think metallist Wo hardhim a ly ever meet a gold bug who is not will- Â¬ ing to assure us of his friendship for silver The majority of tho gold bug Senators who demonetized silver were loud in professing themselves KniTon News My friend Â¬ 50c Tom Woods set out 400 apple trees last fall and has 100 moro to set this spring He intends to set his entiro farm in Catalogue Free at any Col- Â¬ iEHw WM Boston Jiew Yorlt Chicago Buffalo orchard The tallefct man of whom thero is any authenticated measurement was Fun nam of Scotland who was eleven feet and sx inches in height Key A F Dadismon preached two splendid sermons at tho Presbyterian church ono Saturday night one Sunday at 11 oclock He is called to preach to this congregation this year He was pastor of this church quite a number of years and the people aro glad to have him with them onco more as their in- Â¬ structor Some nights ago some sneak thief tried to get into Oscar McGavocks house by picking the lock of a door The in- Â¬ strument used for the puiposo was a small bit which they tried to turn the key which had been left on the inside of the door Fortunately they broke the bit a piece of which was afterwards found in the lock Din YOU KNOW umbia agency by mail for two 2 cent stamps Sn Frnclsco ProvlIcpce ft r S 0 ALLEN Ky Agent for the Columbia and Hartford Uicyi Ies Cloverport WEBSTER Marrying is tho subject Thos Compton is spending the week That Joo didnt go as far as Cloverport every timo he rides up the road That some womon prefer a small man with a large salary to a large man with a small salary That our postmaster loves to visit down in Daviess county That drinking water neither makes a man sick nor in debt nor his wife a widow votes with a party that struck silver down and henco he cannot be a very great friend of silver Besides the simple declaration in favor of the free coinage of silver and gold docs not of itself mean anything Let him tell us at what ratio he favors free coinage and whether ho awaits tho consent of Here Kngland or not Will ho do it are some questions unanswered by II P H and they will appear hereafter until Again K P f TliatW T Burnett bought a right good mare Saturday for five dollars That Mr Dukes pension will stop after the 4th of August Old People who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find You dont toll ino that I am tho prettiest woman at the reception as you No used to pouted Mrs Snaggs SOLICITING FOR in Louisville replied her husband you must remem Â¬ Take warning Leader and never again ber that I joined tho church only two Protective weeks ago cross Siroccos path AND Brother Breeding filled his regular ap- Â¬ ryMyAyAAyAAy Collection Agency pointment Saturday and Sunday Miss Blanche Snyder of Hardinsburg THIS IS NO HUMBUG is visiting her aunt Mrs J V St Clair Messrs John Coleman and Harry BIG PAY TO THE BIGHT MAN Stewart of Dents Bridge Ky made ub Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY a flying visit last week J 0 Kurtz and Thos Compton are talking of taking in the Courier Journal 07 Guatemala excursion Mrs Amon Kincheloc Hardinsburg is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T B Henderson this week Capital Stock 25 000 r means so much more than Newsome the Range Stove agent is Surplus 7 GOO in our midst prevailing mightily on ns you imagine serious and B F BEARD President to try the queen of stoves Fatal diseases result from WILL MILLER Vloe Preildent Mrs Laura Kurtz returned from Louis- Â¬ M II BEARD Cashier jp aumenus nejTjecieu irnnmr ville yesterday whero she had been Q W BEAKD 1 Dont play with Natures - Site ton MORRIS KSKRIDGE called to the bedside of her sick niece R M JOLL7 j kClarence Board has accepted the posi- Â¬ greatest gut health INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS tion as assistant railroad Agent at Irv Â¬ If you lire feetine out 01 torts weak ington Jack is a genial whole souled fellow and we feel somewhat lost with Â¬ hausted neivous SPEEDY and LASTING RESULTS liavc no appetite out him OTUM Agents Wanted Lovings Al i n IPnAf WM BANK I1C211L11 - JJh -- v Browns BLBCTROPOISE THE GREATEST CURATIVE AGENT KNOWN i Iron Vfc j j bepln at oncetak- Ink the most tella Â¬ ble strenelhenhisr 11M ll k l HFAT PEOPLETX Browns Iron Bit- ters A lew bot- Â¬ tles cure benefit medlcinewhlchis J Old people irlce 3oo par bottle Send 4c tor treatise CItKMONT MEDICAL CO Boston JUoea IH1IUJ from My Injurious substance tallU aas sasw UB3J ABDOKXHB SIDWID We GUARANTEE a CURE or refund your money he answers them First What made that bar of gold to be money to he legal tender Can any article whatever be Second money heforo it receives the stamp of government by authority of law Third I insist whero lies the money function in tho metal or in tbo stamp Fourth If the peoplo of our country have power through their agent tho government to place their stamp of authority on gold conferring thereon the legal tender or debt paying functionwhy have they not power to place their stamp on paper conferring on it the same legal tender function Now I wish to note It P Sh answers to those questions I put to him last week and for tho sake of brevity I will only number his answers not repeating tho questions His answers are as follows Honest money is money no First part of whoso valuo depends upon tho government stamp Then silver money treasury notes greenbacks bank notes and all minor col us of the United States must bo disÂ¬ honest monoyj for they are not worth as much without tbo government stamp as with it Hence it will be seen that I was right in quoting It P S as holding that gold only is honest inonoy Gold money is not flat Second See how It P S is smitten with the gold fever Did God tnako gold money or rather did the law of man make gold to be money If tho law of man makes gold to be money it is flat money is it not Third Quoting Prof Eley he holds that We must take a unit of definate concrete value like our gold dollars for a standard of value That smacks of gold bugism too doesnt it They could use anything Fourth else with intrinsic value for money purposes No tlioy couldnt for there is no such thing in existence as intrinsic valuo Fifth I answered this question fully In my last article when I met his argu- Â¬ ment about the artificial value of golJ When I met Lis argument 1 This is enough to make a hone laugh Just go back and read again what he calls meet Â¬ ing bjv argument6 Yoa will And it in Hear him agala his article of Feb Ulcardo Yet the Professor pretends that he can quote Illcardo against tbo issue of paper money In tho face of all these authorities economists scholars and writers It P S like the little boy with his first pair of pants on squares him Â¬ self and with ah air of assurance ami im- Â¬ portance that Is amusing asserts Money to bo good must have intrinsic valuo Value is subjective not objertlve henco cannot be intrinsic Those who believe in intrinsic value are ignorant of tlw vory nature of value I shall treat intrinsic value moro fully at some future time and then dismiss this phase of the question Itespectfully J II A Perhaps you would not think eobuta vory large proportion of diseases In New York comes from carelessness about catching cold says Dr Cyrus Edson It Is such a simple thing and so com- Â¬ mon that very few people unless it is a case of pneumonia pay any attention to a cold There aro a great many cases of catarrh and consumption which have their origin in this neglect of the sim Â¬ plest precaution of every day life The most sensible advice is when you have one get rid of It as soon as possible By all means do not neglect it Dr Edson does not tell you how to cure a cold hut we will Take Chamberlains Cough Itemedy It will relieve the lunge aid expectoration open the secretions and soon effect a pei manent cure 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kinchcloe Board Hardliisburg Ky From tho editorial columns of tie Western Recorder If thero is any truth in men and women it does indeed bene Â¬ fit in hundreds ot cases of all kinds ot RAYMOND sickness A friend who had suffered long with nervous prostration wrote that Oats sowing all the talk it had cured her A gentleman in tbo Are we not having some beautiful city who a year ago seemed to have only a few days of life left him by con- Â¬ weather Health in this community as a gen Â¬ sumption has greatly improved has been able to go on uninterrupted with his eral thing is good Two other personal friends Mr Henry Gibson and family atterded business said nothing had ever done so much for church hero Sunday Nothing has ever their rheumatism Mr and Mrs Payton Basham were the received so many testimonials from trust- Â¬ guests of Miss Nettle Cashman Sunday worthy porsons Mrs Annie West who has been very One nights use ot the Electropoiso poorly we are glad to Bay isgettingsome gave me relief brain congestion and better vertigo I have been a well man over Mr John Mercer has gone to Missousince Rev Georgo II Means Coving- Â¬ ri to sell his mules We hope he will ton Ky have good luck Raymond church will have to get a Electropolse put out on trial for move on herself Old Nick made his four months for 10 Send for valuablo appearance Saturday book freo Mr and Mrs Dick Hardin and son DUBOIS WEBB Â¬ Leland visited Mr Elec Hendry Satur OOO fourth Avenue Louisville day and Sunday also attended church Ky Oh I Henry seems to be going to take inn jiii wwwirm his abode in tho Sunny South Socitty I could get relief will miss you as well as your girl trom a most horri- Â¬ ble blood disease Rev Wood filled his regular appoint Â¬ hail snent hnnrirt ment here Saturday and Sunday He oiuonars 1 hi inu various remedies deliverod two excellent sermons The and physicians none of which did me any good My finger nails came off people seem well pleased with it prob- Â¬ and my ha r came out leaving me ably it was because it suited them so I then went to perfectly bald well Â¬ the true remedy in Electric Bitters This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other intoxicants but acts as a tonic and alterativo It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels adding strength and giving tone to tho organs thereby aiding Nature in the performance of tho Junctions Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer aud aids digestion Old people find it just oxactly what they need Prlco fifty cents per bottle at A It Fishers Drug store OPIUM HABIT CURED Six weekB use of the Elcctropoise cured a friend of the opium habit It also benefited mo a great deal I suffer- Â¬ ed with kidney trouble Rev W Bruce Ilopklnsville Ky j pleasant to take J Dupuis iaMMaiaa I Treatment Dyspepsia Neuralgia Malaria it Cures Liver FORXTKHII IX and KIdnev Troubles Tlmtt M Offlcitnnitnn VVKWWlt Get onlv Tt1intt USVWU Nervous ailments i Womens complaints It f will send act of Ten Beautiful World fair Vlw nd book Iree DROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE tin nn wrannrr nlhtr - art r slltutcs Hitthe reiiulne All hai stampsluh we fin riiitoi i wo ae crossed red rr--- 1 MO A distillation of herbs found 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