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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifjirw wjr yTtyvwttwuHPfjMrjy ysPTiwT ar- - nrTTTT wrtiianf VOL XIX BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1895 NO 36 THE MONEY QUESTION It Student in a cise Logical Manner He is for Free Coinage Discussed by Con- ifv KEEPING CONSTANTLY AT IT BRINGS SUCCESS IN ADVERTISING t t J H A - Still Suffering From an Excoss of Gall Experiences no Rollof From a Dose of Common Sonso Sh Sirr rv f ex - ii- i Makes a lamo attempt to answer two of thoso burning questions in nn evasive and txy manner Here for instance we asked if national banking pays 40 or 60 per cent why will men invest their mouey in government bonds bcarinj only 3 per cont Ho answers those fool Now look ish fellows are all bankers at this statement taking the statistics of the treasury of the United States begin nlngwith the year of 1801 the numbor of national banks of that year was 13 1 with an authorized capital of 10000000 From that year to the year of 1891 the number of banks increased to 4048 with an authorized capital 083403182 of this number of banks 701 passed into volun tary llqudation and 101 wero insolvent leaving 3094 going banks The bonded debt of the government at that timo was something over a billion and a half dollars One third of this bonded inbebted nofs being in the hands of the bankers Yet J II A says all of thoso foolish fellows that invest in bonds are bankers The other two thiids in the hands of any and all persons who wished to so invest You told one third of the truth that time Again if national bankers make 40 or 60 per cent on their capital why in the name of the great horned spoon is it that nearly 25 per cent of the number of banks organized either fail or go into Could any to voluntary liqudation business possibly fail that was making tven half the money that J II A says Again let us national banks make make a few figures on this Populist lie and now be it remembered that this is THOUGHT IT AN OMEN their main stay and most fetching li it is in the mouth of every stump orator Finding of a Balloon Brings to Light they havp by Johnson when on a jag a Strange Story of Superstition not excepted Only tho stumper in the heat of his enthusiasm puts the figures On tlio8th iust Mr Jas Heywood He however up to li and 80 per cent is not to be blamed ho knows no better who lives near Powers found tho rem- Â¬ Tho National Watchman and J II A nants of a paper balooii on his farm has told these things hence they are accompanied by the following noto Please tell mo when and wheare and bound to be true figures may lie but 1 pulists never do They leave all the what time this balloon was found and lying for tho leaders of tho old partler send me word It left hear at 20 1 o c The Populists all being little Geo Wasb Monday morning Dec 24 1894 II O ingtons Now just see how the figures Gans 1020 FredericastOwcnsboroKy II C Gans is tho little son of Mrs will lie They ought to be ashamed to stand up and lie like they do when they Mary Gans Ho sent tho balloon up on know J II A is looking at them Now Chrifctmns eve The spelling and figures are given as they appear and it will be watch them The present authorized capital of tie observed that t leaves ono in doubt national banks is 700000000 putting about the hour A strange story of superstition is told that at 60 per cent per annum it would of course double itself every two years in connection with the finding of tho Hence in ten years it would reach tho balloon The ferial wanderer was no- Â¬ enormous sum of 700000000 multiplied ticed by a neighbor of Mr Heywood by six which equals the neat little sum whoso wife had died a few days before ot 4200000000 or about double the Ho tlioughtthere was a fire somewhere amount of money ever in tho United in tho neighborhood but on making States at any ono time Now J II A inquiry found there had been no firo and his Populist friends being the stand Â¬ The blaze had appeared to him to hang ard of truth tli 030 figures nre bound to in tho heaveca for a long timo and then be liars arnt they Yet having said the suddonly die away The matter preyed horse was 400 feet high they bsro fcqdly on his mind nnd he came to believe it had been an omen or warning He stick to it 1 know J II A and ills friend up at brooded over it and finally became ill Lodiburg are ashamed of them and we A few days before the finding of tho also know the readers of tho News will note he died but as long as he was con- Â¬ believe J II A in preference to a few scious ho continued to talk about the lieing figures especially as thoso figures strange light and insisted that it had wero made by S P J while he and been a warning of his death wafted Sirocco were taking a spin through space from the other world by his dead wife Think what ho might have been spared booted and spurred gaily bestirring the commets tail hobnobbing with tho man if he had only known it was a balloon in tho moon and getting on speaking sent up by a small boy Owonsboro terms witli such disreputablo characters Messenger as Jupiter Saturn and that fighting little BEECH FORK Mars We more than suspect that we Miss Mattie Rrickey is on the sick list were the party that scared those bull frogs and caused them to leap into those this week Miss Mina Taul who has beon very canals of Mars spoken of by Sir Watter son Had a high old time didnt we Si ill is improving slowly Miss Maggio Ahl of Hardinsbur was Wo will now examine some of the mathematical methods pi our brother tho guest of Miss Mary Perkins last Sat- Â¬ J II A Hq says a company wishing to urday night engago in national banking will first pur Â¬ Mr W II Brickey and wife also Mas- Â¬ chase a 5 per cent 100000 bond paying ter Ollie were visiting Mr and Mr Jas for it 117000 depositing it with the Con- - Harris last Saturday aud Sunday trailer of Currercy receiving in exchange Mr James Wright wifo and children 90000 in national bank notes Now of Jollys Station were tho guests of Mr he says the company has exchanged and Mrs G A Brickey last Sunday 117000 of taxable property for 100000 The debate between the Beech Fork non taxable property thereby making and Pisgah societies came off lot Wed a net profit of 73000 Npw as ho stops nesnay night Tho Pisgah bojd win Â¬ hero and goes no farther with the state Â¬ ning tho decision ment it would appear to tho uninformed Quito a large crowd attended tho en- Â¬ reader that tho banking company had tertainment given by Miss Ruby Ryan actually made 73000 in the deal and so at the hall last Saturday night Tickets he intends tho reader to believe Which wero cold amounting to 18 85 The however he does not believe himself for proceeds were placed in the hands of he certainly knows better Because the trustees to be used in furnishing tho why 7 school house with desks etc Mr W First Hn knows that tho government II Kyler of Patesvillo failing to bring assesses and collects sorai annually a an organ for the occasion tho music duty of 1 43 per cent on tho circulation wia furnished by the Balltown string and the il posita and capital stock of all band national banks Yet ho blandly states SK B TO IT that their property is non taxable Dot a that youre not put oC he not know that all national banks have with Kme poor substi- Â¬ ft tute when you rXsk for to deposit with tho Controller of the Dr Pierces Uolden Currency a euffkient amount of lawful Medical Discovery Get it of an boaeet dealer money for the retirement of their circu Â¬ As a blood cleanser lating notes falling in this the bartk so tretwth - restorer and failing is at once declared insolvent and Bwh bullcler certain remedy la every dbeosa Does he not know that the 00- closed by an inactive canted 000 capital stock upon which the bank liver or bad blood waaprganlz d is merely a loan fa which theres notWfigetat thats just as good w the Discovery tba hankir tnttei give the ml of nmi Its the ealy mediohM gwanUA to baas ty and mart make rwlltution of Um very fit or cure er th nwsvey is refunded kBOw that of all Usi eflt Dow he net OUn Break NC erdtn that the general ijamnment Is Dr B V Fitwcsi Dar Sir - Twelve the HKWmvrcileee and HMvlepMnp ami inejitin ego I was ItsrtMjr able to Wjwlk at n sugared lew amwusasss sad weaka sltul bnA sous h I sea wek sM the Ute j IWMtd row brother when tit banker 1hw n wma anewtneu i usrv hbw twelveÂ¬ hi 143 pr oent tax and has aRajMi on Dit to the itepottt it we uvptqwr a aupei t OrJlVD amount of lawful moimy to n tire his elr wla4f M4f and haa wmle rtttltutJon a ha government of the orlgUal KW Â¬ where is ills 0 per cent where ohi where J II A is that 73000 Gono whero tho woodbino twincth and J II A llsteth not Now for what Senator Vest said in re- Â¬ gard to the first national bank of Now York City organized in 1804 witli a cap- Â¬ ital stock of 00000 in 25 years has real Â¬ ized n net profit of 10000000 which Is 80 per cent on original 500000 for twenty five years Now remember that national banks are banks of deposit and of discount by both of which processes they may mako gains very large Gains sometimes when they catch n fellow in a pinch Hence the following analogy from another class of business B F Avery about the year of 1800 organized in Virginia a plow factory in a log shop tho whole plant being worth perhaps 160 in 1888 same date with tho Now York bank You will observe we find him on Main Btrcet in Louisville occupying a whole block worth perhaps 500000 realized in profits from the manufacture of plows Now take tho 00000 and see what per cent that would be on the original 160 Do you not see that tho gains of tho bank are very small compar- Â¬ ed by tho per cent of gain on oilginal capital invested Case of Mr G G Williams Chi mical National Bank of Now York City capi Â¬ tal stock 300000 surplus 000000 un- Â¬ divided profits more than 100000 deposits 30000000 dividends 1C0 per cent by same method of calculati in as pursued in case of first national irofits and gains for 25 years applied to oilginal Wo should stock of 300000 y it would bo 100 per cent but still ho does not near compare with our plow man Great scott man do you tale the readers of the News for a set of uumb skulls incapable of making a deduction for themselves or knowing beans when the bag Is open You certainly do S P J COO BRANDENBURG The writer has been nn interested reader of tho discussion of the money question now going on througli tho columns of tho News between It P S and J II A A greater number of young men ought to be interested in this ques Â¬ tion for it seems to bo tho supreme pressing issuo of tho hour and it will not down at any bodys bidding Moro moral stamina is needed too among our young men and less fear of tho lash of patty discipline Party lines aro slowly but surely disintegrating and tills Is a good omen Second Some time ago this item ap peared in the Louisvlllo Post Tho three banks of Bath county have on de posit 250000 The Post commenl ing on this item said Here is one county and not a rich ono at that Mul tiply it by one Hundred and we liavo a total deposit in tho county banks of 25 000000 The Post is a rabid goldito of tho most pronounced type It doesnt even pretend to be a friend of silver It quotes the above item and tries to show from it that tho people aro pros- Â¬ perous Tho Post knows well enough that that 250000 consists mostly of rows of figures on tho books of tho banks and nothing else It is true the public ate paying interest to tho banks on those rows cf f g tn s but the money reprsent ed by them has no oxistence in fact Third Says tho Post Free coinage of silver at 10 to 1 means that the depositors will accept in payment silver at twice its market value for the relief of Western silver miners Even if this were truth which it is not tlioy would receive in payment silver at twice its market valuo and dispose of it also at twice its market value since tho Post holds in the same nrticlo that all memb- Â¬ ers of society are debtors and creditors alike Who would it hurt Nobody according to the Posts own showing Fourth Tho Post says that free coinago means that tho farmer who sells his wheat at 50 cents per bushel shall accept in payment silver at double its market price This means that the real valuo received by the farmer for his wheat would bo only 25 cents per bush- Â¬ el iu money of full value liko gold for Tho Post protending to instance answer the contention of the silverltes that free silver would benefit the dobtor class sayB Kentucky is not a poverty stricken stalo and it is not disposed to compromiso what debts it owes at 50 cents on tho dollar According to this brilliant process of reasoning free coin- Â¬ age of silver at 10 to 1 would mako money 50 per cent cheaper If it does not mean this how could the people of Kentucky pay their debts with 50 cents And if mouey were on tho dollar made 50 per cent cheaper farmers would sell their wheat for SI per bushol instead of 50 cents their corn for 00 conts instead of 30 cents and all other things in tho samo proportion If not why not Fifth The Post like all single stand Â¬ ard advocates bejieves we should nover have any increase in tho volume of money to keep paco with tho increase of population and business Tho volume of money that sufficed for 1500000 poo- plo of Kentucky nearly a score of years ago tho Post thinks ought to sufllca for the 2000000 pooplo wo have now and also for the 2500000 wo shall liavo ten years hence This means confiscation of the property of tho debtor classes For the increasing population monoy to do business with is as absolutely indispen si bio as it is for the original population This increase in the number of peoplo competing for money increases tho prico of monoy or in other words- - decreases the price of every thing bought witli money If the pried of money increases at the ratio of 5 per cent per annum all debts taxes and public burdens grow heavier and harder at the rate of exactly We never hear 5 per cent per annum the goldites lift their voices against tho confiscation of tho property and homes of debtors and working people through contraction of the money of the country But let a proposal come from any sourco for increasing tho quantity of money and tho goldito editors shout repudiation inflation fiatlsts etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Student Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro Â¬ nounce it the best cougli and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so wo guar- Â¬ antee Forsale bySiiort HaynesClov lerportfDr It II MoMullin McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor RosotU Drury BouneltCo Bowleyville Ky W K Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky A Floater Found The body of a floating negro roustabout was found at Home It is thought to have been off the Longfellow It had probably be n In the water a week There was noth Â¬ ing on the pewon except an envelope and pocket knlfd with the mni O Iepe written oh the envelops The bedy was buried pr where found March 10 bhw sad wwa la the Psltsa States iBieresisd la the Ovlui smi wawijr AtCVy Cannixto Im pd 1 1 1 jg4qI kMs I wiJfT trrr KOTIOK Women To Tho Front in Times of March 5 will rcceivo and did rcceivo tho endorsement of every truo woman in tho land Ono paragraph particularly I re Â¬ member impressed me viz Be it as it may all branches of work aro equally lionorablo and it is for woman herself to elevate or degrado her lino of work Just so with any honornblo avocation chosen by a boy In John Halifax Gentleman he says Man makes the profession not profession tho man The timo was when manual labor of any kind was frowned upon in the proud South but theso false ideas are being rapidly dispelled since sho lost her slaves and her wealth and some of her daught ers yesi many of them reared in luxury aro now bread winners and thero is no praise too great for thorn nor for any other girl who is bravely battling in the world for an honorable existence Let overy body bid hor God speed and lend a helping hand an encouraging word and a friendly smile I am in receipt of the Social Graphic edited at Memphis Tenn I find much interesting reading matter especially All Free Mysteries from tho pen of Charles Thoso who have used Dr Kings New Hamilton Musgrovc The editor in his Discovery know its value and thoso who criticism of the poMii says Tho whole liavo not have now tho opportunity to Is a treasure and nono will dispute that try it Free Call on tho advertised two lines Tho uninterpreted Shall of Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Free God is vexed by tho why of man are as Send your namo and nddress to II E fine as any English classic The Bo Â¬ Co Chicago and get a Bam- hemian Corner in tho Sunday Star of Bucklen pie box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Louisville by the young poet is alwayB Free as well as a copy of Guide to choico aud teems with a delicious touch Health and Household Instructor Free of nature Mr Musgrove has been tho All of which is guaranteed to do you guest of his uncle Mr Thos Hamilton good and cost you nothing A It Fish Â¬ lor several dajs Theres not only a drug store Sunday Star in that household but ers one of every day as well aud wo all liavo RAYMOND learned long ngo about all Stars of tho first magnitude seeking to form a conMiss Llllie Avitt who had been visit- Â¬ stellation Chas Hamilton Musgrove is ing friends nt Ilardlnsburg came homo not nn exception Saturday There is something just now magical Miss Jnnie Hendry is looking quite in tho fiscal question of tho currency nnd well aud annears to bo enjoying good it seems that no ameliorating influence heaHlfagalii can prevent tho issuo from becoming a MUIsh Dun Tlnslinm of Lodiburcr was strong durablo warp in tho tapestry oi tho guest of Miss Nettie Cashman Sun Â¬ every day life I manifested a Demo day and Monday cratic spirit of investigation ono cvining LMTss Bell Chtycoml daughter of Mr last week by having an interview will I r i i i i n kmill JUTS it nry uiuycumu Iii Mr J W Lowis in his pleasant homo to years weighs 108 pounds hear his fundamental articles of faith Wo aro sorry to hear that Mrs Annie Mr Lewis has never had political aspi- Â¬ West who has been suffering with lung rations no ax to grind no wheel within a wheel but acts upon his supreme trouble for some time is no better Mr and Mrs Dick Hardin and Master guiding principlesound judgmentwhich after being a silver man for years has Leland of Lodiburg spent Saturday and converted him to a gold basis in opin- Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs ions Alex Hendry t He is a logical fluent graceful A certain gentleman in this neighbor- Â¬ conversationalist and supports his theo- Â¬ hood whoso name is withheld on account ries from well chosen standards and of being Mercer sent out quite a numfrom his own reflections He is a great ber of valentines this February but it admirer of John G Carlisle and believes seems that ho received just double the his official conversion to gold monomet- Â¬ number ho sent allism sincere nnd full of wisdom if tMr Joe Stowart one of the finest old heeded Ho thinks the bugle sounded bachelors in Breckenridge county loaned by the Secretary in Kenturky will be John Claycomb old Morgan to help tho key note of other conversions to fol- Â¬ break his corn ground but tho old hoiso low He is a personal friend of ex Gov concluded he had served his timo dragKnott but liberty of conscience and ging tho plow as ho is now 27 years convictions mako eacli a different stan old so he jumped out of Johns field dard bearer Mr Lewis thinks Cleveland and was gono almost a week jumping not obstinate only firm and believes fences and visiting down about Sugar him a true Democrat He highly advo- Treo Uun Dry Yalloy and New Hope cates moro elasticity in finances ElasÂ¬ Tho gentleman that got so badly left ticity in any currency system is advocated last Sunday has my sympathy I know and in which he is supported by Secretary just what it is to get left by the fickle of the Treasury Windom in his report girls But then wo must not give up of 1890 Ho says In my judgment tho at first you dont succeed try try gravest defects in our present financial If again and wo will perhaps somo day system is its lack of elasticity The ex Â¬ como out vlctorous just like the frogs did perience of Cdnada in this respect is fell into the pail of milk or rather most interesting which I find in Sound that One lost his nerve and cried I cream Currency or Canadian finances Mr Tho companion replied in a disÂ¬ sink Lewis delighted me by saying I want gusted tone Hustle you duller who clean politics witli no hypocritical ap Â¬ and he knows what may turn up peals for higher nnd better standards by hustled and jumped up and down all scheming politicians or domagogues Dawn carao and tils continual He favoreWattllardin in the gubernator- Â¬ night agitation and unflagging zeal had mean ial race and doesnt considor tho money churned the cream into butter issue properly a State question but I see while two walked out on dry land this paper thinks Clay will be forced out and tho on the subject A Valuable Find Wo toucbed on the prospective graded After years of study and labor thero school problem which as before stated Mr Lewis condemns on the taxation has at last beon discovered a sure nud principle bolieving it not tho corner- Â¬ neverfalling remedy It has been tested stone of progress and prosperity for tho on patients who have despaired of ever community but is anxious or good being cured tho results liavo been in GrofTs Rheu- Â¬ schools differently supported bolieving every cose wonderful matic Curo is unequaled as a positive education is the head and centre of in- Â¬ dustry progrtss and prosperity in tho roinedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute business world and of comfort and re Â¬ Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum Â¬ Sciatica Neuralgia especially finement and happiness in tho domestic bago Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea and realm and a tlo of peaco instead of bloodshed between nations Mrs Lewis all kindred affections It is also a valu is also a golden woman I can add ble Blood Puilfier being especially use- Â¬ In every sense of the word Although ful in Eczma Paoriash Scrofula all mother of a large interesting family Glandular Enlargements and diseases of tho It is absolutely Bhe has not allowed eithor husbafcd or tho Liver and Kidneys Severe attacks children to outgrow her but lias kept freo from all narcotics pace and is well informed on all topics of aro relioved in from ono to three days the age and can compete with her liego and a positive cure effected in from five For sale by Ciias 0 to eighteen days lord In argument While I have much faith in tho sin Â¬ Martin Clovorport Ky cerity of my friends on gold mbnometal lisrn I cannot but be fully convinced THE CELEBRATED that the remonetization of silver would bo for tho hotter and that bi metallism is not an impossibility but can bo proved from facts in history Neither can I see why adoublo slaudarJ is Impracticable or FARM WAGON why tho two metals cannot be held as money on a parity Up to 1873 silver was our sole unit of acccunt aud why The Best Wagon made- for Farm yet cant a dollar mean a silver dollar In looking over the financial affairs of uso and other Farming othercountreswu And for a long time that France held the two metals as Implements money Great Britain was the only European nation with a goldetatukrdup FOR SALE SY to it certain stage Lleten at her now on bt HietallfMH Germany bad a silver basis not to uientloa other ration- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Deprcclato neither or woe will follow Wo need both dollar for dollar on a parity Coin both gold and f liver every year but maintain both on a parity and dont measure our standard by Mexico either When tho Hon John G sounds tho noto for a grand rally of campaign oratory let us hopo the Demosthenes of America and of the gold banner may bo confronted as valiantly by a Cicero sail ing under a silver standard Can tho two tho bear tho inscription Democ- Â¬ FORTT ttlLLION CAKES YEARLY racy much longer Of course it is a family quarrel but it THE PROOTER ft OAMDLE CO CINTI sometimes becomes serious and causes final and permanent separation Bland J O BOURNS DANIEL J M UAIIPKK witli many others has soueht another mooring Tho Republicans are divided too on flnaiiccs but when tho time CO BOURNE BROOKS comes for action a leader and Bpeaks they will all fall into lino and dont you forget it and if you dont watch theso family feuds will place Bradley at Franklort and Harrison Mc Kinley or Kced to wave tho sceptre at CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP tho Whito House This paper of last issuo calls for expressions on either side LOUISVILl Come on Talking is in order and then BOURBON STOCK YARDS do as you please Â¬ WORYfipOAP t iT floats y t HARPER DK00KU Commission Salesmen of Live Stock F KY HUStS BULBS PLANTS and SEEDS 120 paobb rrtcm oun ca TALoaue Of TRY AND TRY OUR UNRIVALED SETS UaLIVRRIll ATYDUH I03TOFFIC FKirAII BE PLEASED WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION ro all I TRIAL SETS 50c our Sft A Srt II set v Set Set Set Set Set Srt li K V II II K I Srt 51 Srt N Srt II Srt P St Srt J scicction or SORTS 10 Superb Eierblootuing Itoaes lOiorla 10 Irl7 Clirjmntlioinunn In lOnorti 10 Heat Oeritnliiinai 10 cholera color 10 Nrw JUmmuth Verlna 10 eolora 10Sertrat Carnation fvrrbloonilng 10 aorta 10 New llillotropra moat fruftrant 10 aorta 10 llanljr Sliruba lending aorta to nrletiea lUiliolun Including lf Heat Grapetln Sorta tbllda 10 eolora all different eolora 8 4 Sleet Porta French Cannae beat bloomera 10 lne and frrepera tor Torch or Ilaikete O Frma and Moaera for Ferneriea 10 Follaga 1lanta brlghteat hardleat IS Iacketa Choice Flwer ScaJa aelect A JSlhYEAR K ACRES UNDER QUSS r ine iiraceiui rauna atrone NEUNER Address NANZ Louisville Ky -- m 2 RATES ZV PER DAY The most centra u located J- - J0HSoVr jouisynLEKY CENTS B ONLY A Remarkable Book SO BIG SHOE SALE B A Good S COINS Financial School It is a book for Â¬ Sweet Thing S everybody who desires to know the facts about fiance H and currency IK YOU WANT TO KNOW 0 E With every pair of Shoes you aro entitled to a guess Guess the number of card seeds in H 0 All About Gold IRIE-A-III 10 Pumpkin 3 Prizes Offered First best Second Third G ness LOO YOU WANT TO KNOW All About Silver s JELttJJD II YOU WANT TO KNOW IT A L E lbs sugar All About II Currency YOU WANT TO KNOW maA3D io TK 100 50 Additional to our prizes wo aro giving some great bar Â¬ gains in our What Causes the Hard Times RjEiAJD 10 It givo is a book for tho peoplo nml will Shoe them more correct information Department Well save you money on tho purciiaso of a pair of Shoes about Gold Silver ad Currency Thats Not All Thau will be found in any book on poitical economy It iu so plain and simple Hint any ono can easily understand it Just as likely you nay be ono of tho lucky tlireo This offer will close April 15th 1895 It is a book for the business man the professional man the farmer and the laboring man It was written in the iutcrist of cacli of them Whether Republican Democrat or Populist every man who votes Â¬ Evorlasting bargains at tho Great Bargain Store should read it UK GEO TO CAM Oil IT IT WIII YOU SUIIK SUM IOIl COST IOSTIAII YEAKEL CO RRAXDENI1UKU Only 30 Cents Jno D KY Babbage OWEWSBORO - CLOVKIUOKT KY BIG SHOE SALE I JOST IN QUANTITY BESTIN QUAL1I GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY WORMS WHITES CREM Has led aH WORM Ramatilaa EVERY I0TTLE fiUAMNTEED Mtai is am BKvaeiaTa a aVKMAHMM Alto WholcaiU snd ReUll Dtslsri In Yellavy Pine ShlagfM Flserbq awl Calling Latlri CtWMt Ume T ftMMH will be setfe Dr PrltVs WttMei Fiif MlftkMt Mm m Crm laklag Powder I VERMIFUGE FOR SO YEARS ihmwi MKUB Hair aad aH McGlOTllUN FartMJme HasW4 SlAifof Ordsfs Brisk Said aaa llladi klife f BuIMh Material m mh Tray IRVINGTON KY rt H MW Wnl sipsaUsal wk tk Rm sssk iMWattjr Breckenridge News SSr HARDINSBURG THH BRHOKRNmCDQm NJWe rr books as was needed nnd they would be UOVLZpmT9 KV m tip movtmmtJ If furnished Jno S V Qi Bslbige Editors tad Froprlitti L H W TIME TABLE Mrs Sutton tho milliner has just re- Â¬ soma vest turned from Louisville where she hns WJSPNE8DAY MAKCII 27 1805 Passengtr Dally arr lltrJlnibnrgllilJ pm been studying nil tho Into styles in the Year In AAtmcs 001X0 HIT Snbiorlptlsn Pries 100 t very latest Paid it ths EniJ of ths Year S125 If Pansnuer Dally arr Hardlnibur- - 7t40 am milliner nrl securing tho styles nnd getting the best prici b for her Irs tradothal tho market would allow Tho town Is full of new gooJs Sutton is determined to keep abreast of A X KIncheloo is At homo this week W Stone it Is KT ConErcraman 0 the times in her business and goes to thought will enter tho race for Gov- Â¬ Mrs Nora Lennln is visiting at feteph considerable troublo and expense in ernor ensport keeping up with tho trade In her new Rev J W Ulgham left yesterday stock tlicro will bo found o very thing In AtEV Montgomery did not get that Hat hats that is nobby and stylish Judgeship In tho Indian Territory and morning Mrs J D Heeler caino up Monday trimmings ladles bonnets and many honco tho perquisites of 5000 aro lost novelties for ladles will be found in her also Tho way of the politician Is hard from Kirk Indeed Born March 21th to tho wife of Frank stock this spring Her prices upon nil of theso goods arosuch as will be hard to Lyons a girl The greatest llttlo educator on tho discount at any other point Go and Miss Tida Mercor left Monday for silver question is Coins Financial see her School If you havent read it get It Hopklnsville HHOM BIOIIAMs BKItMON TO MEV Born March 22d to tho wlfo of George and read it It will open your eyes on The way God regulates a mans busi- Â¬ Kreeman a girl the money question to man Buckle plow shoes worth 1 0 down ness is regulate tho Selflshnpss is tho product of sin It is reported that husinesa has some Â¬ to 100 at Witts All meanniss Is founded on sin what revived since tho adjournment of Henry Kskridgc Louisville was visit- Â¬ Congross Well its n pity Congress ing here last week A man that will cuss will desecrate tliti didnt get out of the way some time ago Sabbath Dr Milton Board was in Lousvllle a nml let business go on A man can cuss on tho streets with few days last week Mrs John Alexander Burns was visit- Â¬ impunity but if ho Bleats a horse ho TitKnE is still somo hope for the tobac- Â¬ runs up agiii a sheriff week co giowers yet notwithstanding tho ing hero last A merchant opens his store on tiro If you want a state certificate attend awful wall they put up over tho low Sabbath to sell a shroud but many of In Breckenridge Normal prices A hogshead of tho weed sold them will let you havo a plug of tobacco Louisville- - last week at 22 0 per hun- Â¬ Full lino of ladies sho s worth 175 and a box of blacking too if you want dred for 125 at J A Witts them Notice Parties wanting empty hogs Â¬ Ik tho State Convention doesnt get a A druggist opens his store on tho Sab Â¬ plank In its platform for free silver thoro heads see Wlnebrcnner bath to fill a prescription You can get Merchants can increase their sales by a half pint of red llcker from liim too if will bo a mighty row and n rumpus Democrats will bo heard on this qucs advertising in this paper you want it tion and there aro enough of them to Excursion from Fordsville to Louie You will put a poor negro in jail for vllle Saturday April Oth make it hot for somebody stealing a chicken but these other fel Â¬ Morris Eskridgc went to Leltchfleld loes you let slide With all duo respect to banker Jos lost week on legal business A man doesnt havo to be religious to W Lewis the News begs leave to differ Mr nnd Mrs Morris Beard went to bo law abiding There Cloverport Saturday evening with him on tho elastic Idea A desire to What makes a gambler is too much elasticity now What tho All prices quoted by me are for cash got something for nothing country needs Is a sound stable cur- Â¬ country produce J A Witt Gambling prostitutes manhood rency sufficient to do the business of or Owensboro jeans pants the best In the the country and freo from the control of world only 135 a pair at Witts Hows This National Banks We ofTer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward Mens Congress plow shoes worth 175 for any case of Catarrh that cannot be William Vest is as great an ad now going at 125 at J A Witts iiuror of gold ns any man in this town Mattlngly it Hoben aro inuring sortie cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CO Props Toledo 0 F 1 011KSEY and owns as much of It as any other nno good bargains In shoes and clothing Wo tho undersigned havo known F J man yet he Is not wedded to it to the 1 Mrs M Puinphrey of West View Cheney for the last 15 years and believe exclusion of silver lie thinks as does is very ill and not expected to recover him perfectly honorablo in all business tho News that it has been badly treated All persons Indebted to me must come transaction and financially able to carry by tho gold bugs and ought to bo reforward and settle at once J AWitt out any obligation made by their firm stored to its former position as ono of the Miss Ada Henderson of Webster is West Thiax Wholesalo Druggists redemptive moneys visiting her sister Mrs Amon Kinche Toledo 0 Waldixo Kinvan MarÂ¬ vin Wholesalo Druggists Toledo 0 When an old line Firo Insurance Com loc Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally Mrs Board and her two daughter pauy like the Aetna resorts to tricks in trade in the payment of its losses as Garfield wero visiting here last Satur Â¬ acting directly upon tho blood and mu- Â¬ cous surfaces of tho system Price 7c it did in the case of Ford Owen it day shakes tho confldenco of the people and Bighain has been the guest per bottle Sold by all druggists Ti s Rev J W leads them to believe that there is no of Mr and Mrs G W Btard during his timonlals free good in any of tho companies If there stay here HOLT ever was a square loss nnd one which The work of Breckenridge Normal hns ought to have been paid in full it was so increased that new teachers must be L D Addison Addison Is Uiling his Yet tho adjusters get to employed Mr Owens mother In Texa 00 Slick gether and cut liim down Rev Biglinm thinks blind tigers are citizens these adjusters Allen Black Cloverport was hero Sat Â¬ much lees dangerous than tigers with urday and Sunday two good eyes Tun earnings of all the railroads In Will our prophets be so kind nnd S K Breedings son Rev Hines this country for the year 1891 show a tell us if tho sun got across the lino Wed- Â¬ He is a member of the decrease of 3 10 per mile as compared arrived Monday nesday with the earnings of the four preced Salvation Army Misses Aurora Adams and Nannie If you want your business to Improve ing years Notwithstanding this great Russell of Toblnspoit spent Sunday Everybody depreciation of tho business of railroads advertise in the News with Miss Lula Tate tho managers are all with a few excep- reads this paper Wo regret very much to hear of the tions for tho single gold standard the The M K church South was crowded illness of our estetmed friend Mr Ezra very thing that is helping to run down Sunday night last to hear Rev Bighams Lamb of Tobinsport their business and put it into the hands sermon to men only Charles and Willie Tinius and their of their enemies the gold bugs The new colored preacher sent here Bister Miss Amanda will move into this year Is said to be one of tho their new residence the latter part of bestjn the conference GUSTON this week M A KIncheloo was called to John Doy the man who fell from tho Health is good in our community West lew last Saturday evening to see trestle two miles bolow here and broke J G Anderson shipped a car load of Mrs M D Pumphrey his leg week before last was taken to stock to Louisville Saturday Leave your subscription and nil other Hardlnsburg lost Thursday Miss Hendricks of Sandy Hill neigh- Â¬ business for tho News office with V G I Mrs Annie Moorman and son Murion borhood was intown Friday Babbage HarJinsburg oud Mr Zach Burdette of Hites Run lhillip Noel of tho Hill Grove neigh0 M Baker who died In Texas was were visiting Mrs Moormans parents borhood Is in Louisville for a low days Mr and Mrs Weatherholt Saturday and Mrs Louise Ned who has been very an uncle of Dr J T Baker of this place He left 5000 In Tcxai lands Sunday sick for several weeks is convalescent Miss Rosa Holt as she was starting M13 Clara Morris who has been visit Â¬ Miss Susie Anderson was tho guest of ing here several weeks returned to her out for a drive on Sunday morning Iter Miss Helen Pollock Thursday afternoon horse became frightened and ran away Tho musical at Miss Helen Pollocks homo In Big Spring last Sunday She was thrown from the buggy by one Saturday evening was an enjoyable Breckonridgo Normal has taken on affair new life Prof P B Hays has been em sldo of it striking a treu a short dlstauco from where it started to run but fortu- Â¬ Mrs Worland Carter of Webster who ployed to begin teaching April 1st nately received no serious injuries The Is visiting her parents near hero was in You can buy a watch at Klncheloes horse after running through a heavy town Friday cheaper now Jhan you ever did before or plank fence by tho road side was caught Miss Morris our railroad agent says ever will again March right in and buy by somo parties about a half mile below business is picking up so far as the move- ono It was apparently unhurt and the buggy ment of freight is concerned All teachers wishing to prepare for only slightly damaged A J Thompson C Dowell Thoruhlll Juno examinations will enter Brecken- Â¬ Skaggsand J M Williams made a busi Â¬ ridge Normal April Ut R P Shack SHOCKING DEATH ness trip to Louisville last week lett Tho members of tho Patterson Memo- Â¬ There will bo more bicycles used in A Little Boy Mangled By a Train at rial church choir met at Miss Kva Card this town this summer than heretofore DeanefUld gaus to practice Friday evening Dan llrooks of the Bourbon Stock Several youngsters have sent iu their Yards was down from Louisvillo Friday orders old boy was James Askins a looking after business at this point LTTc Cd peoplo of this town did right fatally injured by a Falls of Rough train Mrs J It Basket t and llttlo sons well by Rev J W Blgliain Something at Dcanofleld Saturday Tho train was David and Clyde wero guests of Mrs near 75 was voluntarily contributed to pulling slowly into the station when Itlioda Anderson one day last week Askins attempted to catch hold of ono him for his preaching two weeks Geo Smith ono of our boys has re- Â¬ If you want a summer term you can of tho cars Ho missed his hold and ceived a clerkship with the new firm of get one In Breckenrldgo Normal com- fell tho wheel passing over him cutting F Loeb A Co who aro to be compli- Â¬ mencing June 10th Write for catalogue ofThls left leg below the kneo and mash mented upon having secured the services ing his right foot His right leg was It P Shacklett Hardlnsburg of such a polite and trustworthy young also broken in two places and his left Tho members of the Masonic Lodge of Success to you George man early begun to talk of arm badly mangled Tho accident wob Grandpa Geo W Smith and llttlo this city have thus Brown who had their St Johns day celebration in June witnessed by Fireman daughter left Thursday for Cincinnati Engineer May to stop the tralu immed Â¬ bo a success regardless where they wero summoned by telegram They say it shall iately As soon as the train was stopped of cost and everybody must w ork to that to visit tho llttlo stanger who has just Conductor Blemor who had seen the put in her appearance at tho home of end accldont from tho passenger car rushed Postmaster J B Cox has been instru- Â¬ to tho boy but he had crawled out and J T Mattlngly and wlfo nee Miss Laura Gronda Smith who has beon mental in securing the signal service for was making o Forts to rise Ho asked In Smith Daily reports from the visiting lior daughter for tho past two Hardlnsburg a pitiful tone Oh Mr Bl timer will I months was present tn give tho llttlo Weather Bureau will be received and die A cot was arranged and tho little wo would sug Â¬ the signal given by a flag at the ton of a fellow made as comfortable as possible girl a Hearty welcome gest Meado as a pretty name in honor pole near the postofllco until his father arrived He was takou of Mrs Mattlnglys girlhood home Dr J II Hart of McDaniels was here to his homo near Deancfluld and Dr last Saturday Tho Doctor bos at last Jones and a physician from Fordsvillo Residence Burned gotten all of his money out of that in- Â¬ amputated the injured leg and arm but 25 March STEiiiEssronT special surance company for loss on his barn of uxcruclatlug pain Tho large and beautiful residence of Mr It took a long round in the courts but after many hours the little fellow died at 0K Sunday and Mrs Samuel Reynolds of Home Doctor fell on top and got all of lite night Owensboro Messenger Ind burned to tho ground this morning money witji interest 10 oclock no insuranco Tho about Killed Hit Prof Shacklett wants a reference lib Â¬ fire originated in the smoko house and Eiuauetiitown Kv Murch 25 Da Â¬ rary for the college building Tho communicated to tho residence and in Â¬ vid Nichols last night shot and killed side of a couple of hours was complete Â¬ spring term will open soon and he wants Isaac Horn with a shotgun blowing tho an encyclopedia and a number of other ly destroyed by the ravenous flames top of his head off and producing Instant Â¬ About one third of the furniture Ac was books for the ue of the pupils aa refer death Tho killing occurred in the sowe weney In the ences There saved treasury uaappropriaWd and the directors western part of the county betwern -authorlwd him to make out a Jlet clinch Yertrua and tho Breckoarjdjje county ROYAL Baking Powder of Nichols line Horn wh the f Highest of all la leavening Dr and the trouble cama up over the treat Â¬ Crown Bklg Powder ment of Horns wife Moot Perfect AUd strength v sovnwNM SIX PAGES J I only want a bicycle and papa lias 1 believe half way promised one Any Mr Con OBrjnn attended services at athletic sport Linnlo delights in skating the CutloUc church latt Sunday coasting riding Tho great temperance W Rfrhardsoh and Mlsa Nel- Â¬ lecturer tho dignified reformer Miss MrsJ is taking great interest In lie II Lewis are in Ixiulsvlllo for n few Wlllard Gladys her bicycle and her advlro If days Depend itt once upon yourself to ninn Mr Roland OBrjan of Loutvllle was hero last Sunday the guest of Mrs ago your whcol and early gain BRANDENBURG Come In and See Bland I give Wolf Creek a thrice welcome I know and love tho ono who guides that pen Morcmen is not well but hope theso balmy Bpring days may restore her Father Hcrbulh was tho guest of Mr nnd Mrs W II Goiigh last Saturday and Sunday Mrs J W Richardson and Miss Jen Hardin visited Mrs Dan Robert of Ekron last week Mrs Mason McMonigle Is quite her- Â¬ self ngaln and we hopo her health may be fully established Miss Emma D McGehee is teaching very successfully at Beech Grovo and Is very much pleased with her duties Messrs Church and Dooley have sent Mr Gus Warfleld a handsome gold head- Â¬ ed cane ns n token of their regard tor Mrs C G wo him Mr Orvllle Gregory of Cloverport was a guest last Sunday of Mr Geo Dowdens family and sang with Us in iOit Â¬ Â¬ ylr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Son-in-La- Rpt Prlj Baptist choir Miss Ilia Richardson Is nculving a great denl of social attention Miss May Deo Pusey will receive the B C Circle for her to day Miss Lida Powell has returned from a pleasant visit to Groveland and by the way what a chatty letter halls from there so pleasantly told Mrs Jay Cospcrke went to Louisville to witness the dedication of the new German St Peters church of which she has long been a member Miss Mary Lizzie Hayncs will have the A C Circle at her home next Satur- Â¬ day at 2 p in The club is composed of buds no full blown oms ns the il 0 Circlo has Mr and Mrs R II Nevitt returned Sunday from seeing Mr P P Nevitt of Woodland He il quite sick and on ac- Â¬ count of his advanctd age they feel anxious about his condition Tho Aid Social at Dr Pusoys was largely attended and was a pleasant oc- Â¬ Music and conversation filling casion the hours for those of a larger growth while tho younger members beguiled tho moments in games Such a long nowsy letter from dear old Big Spring where I spent three happy prosperous years 1 I was sorry to read of Mr James Moremans illness ho was n true friend of my husbands which is ever a tie with me Dr Burch of Pnynesville was here last Friday had Dr Dowden to extract a troublesome tooth and ttied odoutun der tho plalnles3 plan It Is folly to sutler when such a balm in Gilead is in Dr J It Dowdens office Judgo II C Rawlings writes that he is well pleased with his faraway western home and also with his duties in the mint We miss the Judge in our Sunl day school andi in our church hojo ho may bo as useful in his now iloh as ho was here I am In receipt of a vi ry friendly letter from Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner ex- Â¬ pressing his appreciation of my views pf Ins candidacy for United States Senator in this paper which lie had copied in bis home and other papers May Its mis- Â¬ sion be accomplished Real sure enough good ginger caks are healthful easily made and tit for an epicure Mrs Julia Reiman has surely tho latest patent out for ssrvlng them up to date tho very finest She has sont me a generous samplo and Get her re- Â¬ ceipt is ray advice Mr Montgomery didnt get a Judge- Â¬ ship but a position on tho Dawes In dian Commission at 5000 per annum is an easy one and will answer Whilo we are In tho Ellzabethtown region let us add that it is hoped Joplin will not be reappointed but that Mrs Helm will continue as postmaster Golden Itod would evidently like to have a vote for once anyhow and all the women with her She has kept the hearthstone a true wrnun pure She has reclaimed and saved from sin fath Â¬ ers sons and husbands Should she vote that same spirit would prevail A unamimous ballot against vice would be cast Two patliB in life would no longer exist Only one and that a straight narrow one Dr Gait Booth of Big Bend was here last week as a witness in a trial for breach of peaco in which two of his young neighbors wero involved Judge S P Woolfoik fined one cent and dis Â¬ missed the case While I think of it Judge Woolfoik wears his honors well and from his life record we know his duties will be discharged with iistice to nil and dignity to the bench and bar Bro Overstreet of Presbyterian faith preached at the M E church last Wed nesday and Thursday nights Ho Is a man of earnest convictions and a strong forceful speaker and has the happy facul- Â¬ ty of Belt ctlng the strongest points in his argument for presentation in a clear telling manner He was the guest of Miss Lula Lewis who Is a member of bis church at Guston wh re ho preach Â¬ ed last Sunday An anonymous Iettir Only one opinion could exist in regard to it one of contemp even if not scurrilous and only annoying If one has not the moral courage to sign his or her name rest assured tho contents of any communication are not worthy of considera Â¬ tion Conlgn all such nxBscngirs to the lUmeo always and know that the shafts of envy and jealousy cannot pit re tliofle wearing lweat plates of ilpneety and aruiora of Uprightness No 1 dottt Linule Worea m want new drtMa or take agate Â¬ Father Herbuth punched a beautiful tender sermon last Sunday He dwelt on the lmportunco of setting a good example of the result of upright conduct Ho then spoke of the christians rpeclal privileges and how they should bo en- Â¬ joyed I went on over to hear brother Hagan who certainly dollvcred to Ids congregation ono of tho most feeling ex- Â¬ hortations to which I ever listened He urged each and overy ono to accept the blessed Savior as bis or her guldo and not judgo another from a human stand point when It camo to Christianity Mr James Lewis lias given mo Bi Â¬ metallism In History in which tho author thinks tho subject Is answered by course of events out sldo of legisla Â¬ tion Tho movement which com- Â¬ menced in earnest nearly one hundred years ago for tho discarding of silver as a money fnetal is now practically com- plete he says having circled the com- Â¬ mercial globe Senators Henry M Teller Bland and a host of others to the The contrary Tho combat thickens question on either side gathers as it rolls and is an interesting one and has caused us to think and study up from 1030 when tho Puritans camo to Massa Â¬ chusetts to 1895 when Carlisles coming to Kentucky Benedict Beavin has sold tho Palace Saloon and houses to Miko Popbam Mr The transfer was mado last week Mr Popham is now solo proprietor Beavin hasnt fully decided what he will do yet Oar Loved One is Gone The sad news of the death of Mrs B Weisenberg which occurred in Louisvillo March 18 95 reached us For several days sho lay struggling between lifo and death but with all the skill and nursing of a good physician death called her from our midst Sho was a strict mem ber of tho Catholic church led a good life and was loved by all who know her Rev Father Rodhels called to see her and gave her the last blessings of tho church Sho leaves three daughters two sons and many frionds to mourn her loss Her remains wero brought to Cloverport and interred in the Catholic S cemetery Â¬ ill JNew JTresh Dress Goods t jroods Silks m Novelties in neat China Patterns Ftinoy Taffeta - in in i ii it Broad Bright Plaids for Waists and Children Kai Kai S V 111 176 260 260 300 400 per Pattern Mohair Plain and Fancy Black For Skirts Pretty Silk a 29o p yd Embroideries Gloves nv 1 11 New WslSll Handkerchiefs Goods 11 il Full line Underwear With SleeveB Without Sleeves Short Sleeves Bleached and Ecru w m Hose Mens Womens Childrens IT ill m 1 LODIBURG Master Abner Robertson has whoop ing cough A M Hardin went to Owensboro Wednesday Mrs A M Hardin is quite sick with IFAI la grippe at this writing Miss Clara Payne is visiting her sister Mrs Joe Robertson at Preston Mr Sidney Hall Hardlnsburg was tho guest of Miss Dee Basham Sunday March Â¬ VEST S -- 4M nzMzzmMmmmmM3mmzzmm To All the People Greeting Yey are cordially invited to call and see our New Stock of 17 f oi Miss Alico Keys of Illinois Is visiting relatives hero Sho will leave soon We regret to havo Miss Alice leave us Mr nnd Mm Jno TnlwrfRnri Mm Rvfl Bassett and Master Roy Bassett of Pres ton spent a few days here last week vis iting relatives Rev Duggins filled hia appointment at Walnut Grove Saturday andfaunday Ho is an excellent preacher and we think he will havo the church In good standing ere his year closes heroThoso who at- Â¬ tended church here from a distance wero Miss Allio FrankLoulsville Misses Jano and Cora Hendry Raymond Mr and Mrs Joe Robertson Mrs Eve Bossott and Miss Etta Allen Preston Ijeneral jLfXerchandise j-- just opened in Guston F LOEB Vnil PiM MA1LT MHMCV IUU UAH mflftt mURCl CO Barnes Kincholoo ATTORN EVS AT LAW Oflico on Main street Ilardinsburg Ky next door north of postoflico TTANTKD Gentleman or lady to icll nobles Vj Aluminum Coffee Ktonomlirr J fits any coffee pot s aavet one third the coffee Arthur L Dabie V Co Grant IlullilinK Atlanta Ga By shipping to Herndon Carter Company Commfssloa Merchants Iouisville Ky because they are the largest and most re- Â¬ liable commission merchants and because they can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper A trial shipment solicited Write to them for quotations before shipping Specialties Eggs Butter Poultry Fruits of all kinds Beans Potatoes Onions Hay Grain Headquarters for Furs Hides and Wool Capital 4000000 Liberal advances made on con- Â¬ signments General correspondence solicited THE TURNING POINT reachedwhen you begin to have Palpita tion of the cu y brtathinr 1 1 Bargains in Has been Jltarti Is difli in a Watches During tho months of MARCH and APRIL Vour blood you need impure turning wtr REMEMBER TO SflSAPHIUllH set A R FISHER BEATS Druggist Cloverport I will cut pricea on all my Watches will bo bo low They THE MONTHS MARCH that you cannot como and see Come thorn witliout carrying away a valuable and beautiful watch in your pocket and see me in you up and make a new It will person of you For sale by Ky I will take pleasure in showing you anything I havo in stock BE CURED 1st 9 and APRIL M2 Â¬ DaAPPIKMAN the widely known apeclal after veara of atudy baa so perfected bl system of nail treatment that be can now assure the sjck ami suffering a permanent cure at their homes at a price that Is aston hhlngly low Thousands are availing them Â¬ selves of this jden opportunltyrandhun dreds of testimonials are on ale showing-- the efficacy of the treatment James Kinclieloe the jbvthlbr Tba Bast Bfeoas iiardinsburg ky a iattba Least Measr OhT 4fc All Cfaronlo Die 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aHsaBiaaaaaaW Vaaaaaaaaamaw S0S4fS35O CrJTanyMsr aTa cannot mat fl yonr daalar otst otnarupJ yuu ws san Jf siV5Qrajr fc 0 MfR nayt aJBsBis 9ZM Wa taasasnanananak INrttaWMt If Tour daalar aaaiial ana you writ maalatafasT W L Douglas Men Mo 3 Vor Women Mo 37JI THC AItiCMAN 44MJT Address i Catarrh fo a ror L tULZER stamp - MEDICINE CO CHICAwO ILU Clovrfrt ppilnjgQjfc C Hrscklst Mass tt McOlOTHUII 4 fetMsa liar Ky pT wu m wm ji Hmiw0tmmimtmiimi mHmpMmtktMn Will HUial null T IJCfHfp f lWPTp y wiwypr w i ii wwi THE BRHOKBNHlDGlk NKWS OLOYRRPORT KY NAPOLEON -- 3 BONAPARTE - lJ gLnjLnjL--QLjpatraLaL- - The Young Soldier Ambitious to Shine as An Author A Mr Baltimore Md WEITES A HISTORY OF CORSICA Seeks a Publisher In Vain Revisits His if Symons GRAND OPENING Mattingly 100 - AT- - Native Land of Despotic Treatment r Copyright W His Kinsfolk to got n trnnaicr to Atx wcro liomignc substitute a priestly for n military edu Madamo do Bonaparto now cation thirty soveii years of age wan hoping against liopo that tho government would pay her tho petty stipend duo for tlio caro of her mulberry orchards bnt no payment was mado Thcro canio want into tho honsohold Lieutenant Bonaparto making tho condition of his family n plausiblo excuse sought and in Fobruary of 1788 ob- Â¬ tained lenvo of absenco to visit Corsica Thither ho went in poor health and general morbidity of mind By this timo his arbitrary character had begun to show itself iu full forcn Onca nt home ho playol tho despot HoMioctorcd all his kinsfolk with tho exception of tho mother and sho could hardly withstand hia impetuosity willfulness and gloom Homo again after an nbsonca of near- ly nlno years tho young officer busied himself moro with things great than things llttlo Ho was moro concerned with tho political condition of tho world than with tho daily needs of his moth- ers honso Ho dwelt moro on tho stato of Corsica than on tlio emptiness of Ma damo Bouapartos cuisine moro on tho woes of Ajrccio than on thoso of his brothers and sisters stomachs Ho con- Â¬ ceived himself to bo tho patriot par excellence of his ago and spent moro timo in delivering socialistic monologues than in contriving tho moans to rcscuo tho family from impending ruin It was at this juncture that Napoleon began to concern himself ospeiially about tho institutions and history of England Along with hia Nockcr ho studied Smiths Wealth of Nations then only twelvo years from tho press Tho Elizabethan ago not indeed for tho intellectual glory that was in it but for its political intrigues impressed him greatly and ho uudortook to do into fiction tho features of that ora in a novel entitled tho Couut of Essex Thon ho flow back to his History of Corsica rovisod tho parts which ho had sent to tha Abbo Raynnl and pressed on with tho rest Alongside of Voltulro ho would sot up a rival production of iiis own called tho Masked Prophet a marvolous and impossiblo iuveution out of Porsial Litoraturo was thus mixod with affairs fiction flourish ed nt tho meager meals which Madamo Bonaparto aa nblo to set for hor family and anathomoaof Josophs unprofit able wine shop wero illuminated with paragraphs about tho glories of rebel- Â¬ lion Bouapartos leavo of absence so ea gerly sought soon became asintolcrnblo to him ns to tho rest His paper gavo him privilcgo to bo away from hia com mand for six months but beforo tho end of tho fourth mouth inventing casuistical roasons ho impatiently loft Corsi- Â¬ ca to rojoln liia company During hia stay in tho island ho had accomplished something omothing that would havo been much iu nny other Ho had Induced tho Frouch inteudaut to agree to allow his mothers claim Ho hud pushod for ward tho inert Joseph to try the law na a profession and had seen him installed at Bastia Ho had urged upon his gouty undo tho necessity of patriotism no had drawn up aud submitted a systom of coast defenses for tho principal ports of tho island Ho had prepared n Eohomo for tho creation of un insular army Ho had studied nnd written incessantly at a furious speed completing his Oriental novel and his History of Corsica Tho latter was cast In tho epistolary form andwna dedicated to Mousoignour Mnrbcouf iow promoted to tho sco of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Run Down That Tirod Fooling Sovoro Hoaclachos No Appotlto Six Bottles of 0 At This Period Displays Willfulness and Gloom 1H Hoods Sarsaparllla Bring Back Now Life Â¬ by JoJul Clark RldpathJ Â¬ ir V FJUASHE8 OP Obscuiuty Tho insurrection in Lyona quelled It self beforo tho nrrivnl of Lieutenant Bouapartos contingent Tho municipal ity proved Itsolf sufficiently strong to put down tho insurgents without tho as sistance of tlio military nrm Fighting thoro was uono Napoleons company arriving in duo timo was stationod in thocity for n month It was a smnll bo ginning of war for him who was des- Â¬ tined with loss than a decado to lead n victorious army over tho Alps into Italy Tho disturbnnco ut Lyoua pnt n dato to Bonapartes career nt Vnlonco IIo had remained in that place from tho fall of 178C to August of 1787 This period of twonty throo months though obscuro in its manifestations was ono of tho most important in his life It was tho transition from youth to early manhood At tlild stago in tho lives of mon tho mind passes rapidly from ono condition to another Particularly is this truo if study havo boon tho mood and genius tho attributo of tho person concerned Tho ambition of tho young officer now shot out in Bovernl directions Deeply impressed with tho famo and power of tho great authors whoso writings just then wero sotting tho world nflanio he too would bo an author Such was tho quality of this singular porsonngo that ha novcr distrusted himself in anything Before tho end of Ills eighteenth year ho conceived himself aula and qualified to wrlto a histcryl Corsica should bo his thcino Do would writo the annals of his native laud in so philosophical a maimer as to placo hlmalougsido of tho Abbo Kaynnl I IIo went so far ns to ml dross a letter to that uugust porsonage tolling him that ho himself though n youth was already n writor Ho bogged tho historian to oxcuso his audacity Ho flattered him by saying that indul gence extouded to neophyto was n Â¬ Â¬ 1 Hood Co Lonell Mass i DearBlrsi Beforo using Uoodt Sarsapa rllla I was frequently tick and did not know what was the matter with me One day I would feel io tired t could hardly stand Hie next I would hare a serera headache and so on not knowing what the next dny would bring forth 1 did not hare any appetite and 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 e quote a few prices which may interest you Nice tip Shoes for ladies Nice plain buff calf Shoes for ladies very fine Nice spring heel tip Shoes fine Congress Shoos imitation button Extra Oxford ties cant be beat Mens Plain Brogan Shoes full stock Plow Shoes high cut Mens Mens Plow Shoes Oongres sold everywhere SI 00 Hobens Was Greatly Run Down no good Having heard a great deal about Hoods Sarsaparllla I decided to try a bottle I I tried a good many medicines but they did me - am glad to say HoodsCures I soon felt better Now Enjoy Good Health 8125 8100 125 200 275 A WORD ABOUT OUR used six bottles and feel as well been of great benefit to me as I have regained my appetite and I bare now as ever It has CLOTHING Not in years have you seen such Bargains in Olothes These suits are cut in correct styles well lined well trimmed well made and there are stores that would charge you as much for one Suit like these as we do for two Just drop in to morrow or any day during the week and see if what we say isnt true I can strongly recommend Hoods Sarsaparllla M Stmons as an excellent blood medicine 123 Alsqultli Street Baltimore Maryland Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly and efficiently on the llrer and bowels 25o Ignorance or Recklessness The Courier Journal which for tome reason or other unknown to usbut probably well known to those who represent the gold sharks and money lenders of tho east has betrayed the interests of tho people which it formerly defended and gone over into the camp of tho gold gamblers For years the Courier Journal was tho leading advocate and representative of thoso who denounce the surreptitious demonetization of silver by John Sher- Â¬ man of Ohio and Congressman Hooper of Massachusetts and seek tho restora- Â¬ tion of that metal to its old placo as a part of the standard money of tho coun- Â¬ try But now without a chango of ed- Â¬ itors or busiucsa managers that paper gives the lio to its own professions and turns its back on the principles which It has done so much to promote Tho Democrats who subscribed for it havo been betrayed and sold out and the party itself haa been deserted by The Courier Journal in order to promote Republican principles and bolster up thoso who havo practically wrecked tho party The arguments which Tho Courier Journal now employs to blast and black on its own Democratic record aro not less remarkable than the bold advertise- Â¬ ment of its treachery In a recent issue it selsTforth tlio reason why it is opposed to the free coinage of silver in tho follow- Â¬ ing language Free coinage at sixteen to one would put it in the power of every man who owned fltty ctnts worth of silver bullion to get a sliver dollar for it Under such circumstances it would bo impossiblo to keep tho silver dollar up to double its bullion value as is now done Silver bullion nnd silver coin bolng interchange Â¬ able at will would bo of equal value no ono would tender gold at its faco value in paymont of debt or in making purchases because ho could use the gold to buy twice as many silver dollars as the number stamped on the face of tho coin Thus with 10 ho could buy silver bullion enough to mako twenty dollars or more Then no one would be foolish enough to exchange nn eagle for 10 in silver Whether the writer of tho foregoing is a fool or whether ho believes his readers are fools we are not prepared to de- Â¬ simplified termine His statement amounts to this that the owner of ten ounces of silver bullion Instead of tak- Â¬ ing it to the open mints where ho coujd exchange it for 1200 of full legal ten- Â¬ der money would dispose of it for 0 15 Tho mint valuation of an ounce of silver is roundly stated 1 29 Tho holder of silver bullion on taking it to tho open mint would not have to wait to havo it coined into money but would receivo au order on the treasury at tho rate of 120 an ounce for every ounce of stand- Â¬ ard silver deposited The statement of The Courier Journal is that those who havo sliver bullion for sale will rofuse to exchange it at the mint for 120 an ounce but will sell it for 50 ceuta au ounce The Courier Journal may have gone into the market and traded off its principles in this way but every sane preson knows that the mint price of silver bullion under freer coinage will bo the market price of sil- Â¬ ver in tliis country and in all countries that have trade relatione with us that the mint prlco will be tho market price less the coat of carriago to the nearest mnt Every sano ponou knows that the demand for silver bullion at the open mints will take the bullion out of the market as a commodity and give to it the valuo it woul I posess when coined into money Asa matter of fact with the minta open there would be so demand for sil- Â¬ ver bullion exempt for the purpose of having it put in jte aioet convenient shape money Even those who nee it in the aria would prvfur the money form for the weight and fineness bear A the stamp of government authority dollar melted down would still be worth a dollarfor It woul4 eommaiul a dolhJ at the raiate But The OoufJer Jeuraal eoatendethat Uieowaerof baelle would dispose of hie property aa elteaoly ae that paawr has dlanoeed of He Democratic that instead princijMee and eonylorlooa of taking it to the mints and rewiring dobt pain aoiiar for recti 4121 grains ha wottfd ba fool enough to sail ft for N couta Tkua dot a newspaper which waa oooa uoat- - bfaauaa it km hooaat betrav iu folly and iu igaofaao bafor latolUgM man Atiute OoaatituUo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at 200 175 Mens Suits from 500 up to 1250 Boys Suits from 8125 up to 8500 Odd Pants of all kinds Shirts from 20c up to 100 Ladies Vests a complete line from 10c up Our Dress Goods Trimmings etc are just simply immense I goods are any inducement we are your friends So give us a call as we are very anxious to sell and if close prices and nice MATTINGLY BEWLEYVILLE e5ae3izietsbttesgk HOBEN gir DUKES H NAPOLEON BT ABDOIN I Ut v sure mark of genius Abbe tho first two chapters of his al Â¬ tho encog leged History of Corsica raphy only being surpassed by tho heresy of tho rhetoria and thomassagoof gram marl Wo half suspect that tho bottom mo tivo of this business was not tho hopo of being a historian but rather tho dis- Â¬ tinction ot having correspondence with a groat man Howover this may bo tho Abbo indulged Napoleon wrote to him advised him to study further and then to rewrito his work Not only did tho historical ambition havo tho Lieutenant but tho romautio also Ho took some what to novels and for tho first timo falling in lovo dotormlned to writo a novel At tho honso of Madamo du Co lomblor ho made tho acquaintance of her beautiful daughter and foil in lovo wlthhor ofter tho maunor of all young lieutonants Tho flama of this passion presently wont out but tracoa of it aro seen in his correspondence until what timo ceasiug to lovo Madamoisollo Co lomblor ho turned pessimist de Â¬ nounced lovo as a mockery and in par Â¬ ticular as tho drawback to human nin bit Ion In tho midst of tho fitful gleams of this erratic lifo may bo seen burning tho coals of that furnace heat which tho years havo uot yet extinguished Tho student Bonaparte became n pale living reality Ho supplied himself with tho works of tho leading authors of tho ago and dovoured thorn with tho rapacity of ono starving Ho mado himself familiar with the writings of Voltairo and Nook er Tho ono ho followed through tho masses of the now Freuoh learning and tho other through tho intricacies of prac tical finance For months together in his lodgings and nbout tho barracks ho might bo seen with book in hand mut Â¬ tering as ho read penciling the margins approving and coudomning tho doctrine according to his judgment or whim There noyorwas a timo in his Ufa when he swopt within his grasp a greater amount of intellectual products than during tho after part of 1780 uml tho first half of tho following year Coincident with tho dato of tho Lyons episode cama a military order sending the Regiment La Fere from Valence to Doual In Frenob Flanders three hun Â¬ dred and ninety miles distant Hore Na poleon foand himself exposed to ilortb JW blasts and unfamiliar bardahips In his correspondence he complains bitter Â¬ no got a fever of ly of hia situation both miad and body and the effaota of It jested for several years Hii uubap piacM became extreme and lie sought by every means la his power to fweape from the aitaatlou He would gat away or kill himself Nor were very powerful feeaona wanting why ha should go elee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho cnclosod to the Sous j I The Boaapute family in Cerriea had fallan by thtatiwalutodasparatoatHdta Joaepfc had amtortaken to bwlld up a whorc vlaVtraAiwIttttaly aa ha did with moat thluga tie aMSf Loole The V OovFRifiorS Mktm Mnymt Bmklag PowHic Miqfrhr to mil Ptht Meanwhile tho RogimontLaFerohad been ordered from Doual to Auxonno in Coto dOr 183 miles from Paris Thither Napoloon repaired to rojoln his command in tho last week of May 1788 Ho took with him tho manuscript of hia History of Corsica Booking n pub lisher but finding nono oither nt Vn lenco or Lyoua or Auxonno or Paris or auywhero elso in this mundano sphoro forever Jt would bo Impossible to dofino tho mental condition of Napoloon at this stago of bin development Politically for though a soldier ho was always a ho went halting between politician two forces Tho ono tcudoncy drew him powerfully towards tho local independ ence of his native island This involved hatred of tho conquest and annexation ot Corsica to Franco It also involved hatred of Franco itself of tlio Freuoh raco and of tho French monarchy But tho other tendency iu particular drew Francoward with equal stress It was from tho powerful fact of Franco that nil boneflts had thus far flawed to tho family of Bonaparte By Franco ho Besides had himself been oduoatcd Corsica even as an Independent state was a limited field of notion Franco is great Franco offers world wide distinc Â¬ tion Our commission as Liouteuaut of artillery is a French commission and our very sword is n French blade But oar History of Corsica isn pa triotic and Insurrectionary document It la iucoHflistout with our allegiance am hartfal to what France may prom iao hercaf tor Therofore we would bet Â¬ ter ebufWo ami rewrite oar book We will put it into the mouth of a Corsicau patriot of tha old Genoese faction to which the family of our mother Ramo lino ohm belonged In its prooont form we make a eopy of it and aeud It to he great Stall lu Lou4on bathe returua it to pa patting aa off with the eoaneel that we re yet Immature too young and addlug words for writing history to the affect that oar book la not safll Iu truth oar mind Is olwitly original a vertex jt maeletroM of conflicting tide Here at Asaouue dnriag oar atey of eighteen motha We wilt alt down again Insatiable In solitary gloom and devov the greatest thinga thought and written byuteo whom we shall one day arpaaa and eollpeel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prayer ineeting at tho Presbyterian small church every Sunday evening at 2 My motto is quick sales and oclock profits and my terms aro cash or pro- Â¬ March has spent a very gloomy week duce G E Drury with us and left the roads in n desperate W II Cain Jr sold a horse last condition week Mr II Stevens of Cincinnati has Persons having accounts with uspleaso moved back on his farm Ho is in very Drury Bencome forward ami settlo poor health nett A Co Mrs Moggie Roberta and her two child- Â¬ David Hardaway and Roy Cain are ren were tho guests of Mrs Frances two additions to our sick list Jarboo Sunday Mr Vetters is visiting Mr Blanford Mr John K Johnson is ready to toll Misses Maggie Paul and Hattle McCoy your fortune young ladies any timo you attended church at Hill Grove the 4th will call on him Sunday U Mr Simon Roland sold his tobacco to Miss Annie Johnson begins a school Mr Brashear of Clovorport for 350 Monday March 25 We need a school 150 and 50 cents and wish hor mucli success Rev F McDaniol preached at tlio Herbert Cain haa been quite sick but Presbyterian church Saturday night is now much improved The weather being inclement thcro was G E Drury says he can and will sell a small congregation you more goods for one hundred cents Wm Dawson of Victoria brought his either in cash or produce than any man wife to her parents Mr and Mrs Jar doing a credit business boe last Thursday Sho is very poorly Lr Our risibility assorts itself in spito of caused by falling off of a high porch Wo would be symall eliort sometimes It docs seem that the boy ora or of tho pathetic but when two girls ride a horse Platte made the silver question so plain into a pond to let it drink and it lays that every man except a man blinded down and tumbles them into the water nitli gold dust could see tluit bimetal- Â¬ their position becomes somowhat lu- lism would be better for this nation than dicrous monometallism What wo need is im Â¬ Indiana Legislature recently passed mediate restoration of the freo and un- Â¬ what is called the Nicholson Bill which limited coinage of gold and silver at the is tor the restriction of the liquor trafllc present legal ratio of 10 to 1 without X victory for the temperance cause I The waiting for tho aid or consent of any Editor of our Christian Advocate says other nation as it existed prior to 1871 that if tho Senators and Representatives such coin to be a full legal tender for all ece that tho people are thoroughly debts public and private aroused they will not bo long in grant Â¬ nin you know We believo ing all reasonable requests Thcro is no such thing as a bad trco this and hope tho good pooplo will to bearing good irult tho work and compol all tho States to That to a man of pluck defeat is gener- Â¬ fall In line All honor to Indiana ally a Btep to something bettor Not party this but right Sin wouldnt hurt anything if it could Dont ask for credit G E Drury not look harmless at first Among the subjects for discussion at Noblo women oft do great deeds in tho Goshen Missionary Meeting is What part may femalo members take in public huinblenesb The worship and in church work Perhops you would not think sobuta gentlemen will doubtless handle the very large proportion of diseases in New subject well but our opinion is that York comes from carelessness about woman and her work Is in the hands of catching cold says Dr Cyrus Edson two thousand a higher power Nearly It is such a simple thing and so com- Â¬ years ago tho commission Go ye Into all mon that very few people unless it is a was given to eleven the world etc case of pneumonia pay any attention to men and yet the harvest truly is great a cold There are a great many cases ot Men aro un Â¬ and the laborers are few catarrh and consumption which havo worthy of the trust and wo believe God their origin In this ueglect of the sim- Â¬ Tho is calling out women to the work plest precaution of every day life Tho good women who lately were here at most Kensible advico la when you havo Bewleyvllle we believe were truly one get rid of it as soon as possible By Â¬ called of God to teach the way of salva- all Dr Edson means do not neglect it tion does not tell you how to cure a cold but Our Sunday service Match 2ttlr wore we will Take Chamberlains Cough Sabbath School Class Meeting and Ep Remedy It will roliove the lung aid worth League All of these were very expectoration opoEt the secretions and well attended awl we believe of spiritual aooa efiVct a permanent euro 25 and CO benefit We mlascd a regular or two eestbottlea for sale by A R Fisher but bof they were doing good at other Cleverpert Ky and Klncbeloe A Board pkeea Hardlaaburg Ky A soft aaawer not only Ureotk away PAYNESVILLE wrath bat It alas oHmUm tha betrothal of a spoony pair Mevlg U the order of the day Bow to the wife of A Morris a son Bora to the Yrife of Barney Baeaett a prices Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho News lias a largo list of subscribers Miss Stella Paul has returned home at this office Miss Vora Paul and brother of Vino Hank Probus of Storetts Bottom Grove aro visiting the family of Mr G spent Friday night with W T Burnett Paul J J Burnett and wife spent Saturday If an body wants Home Comfort night with Mr and Mrs John K John thoro aro agents to sell it to you but it eon will cost you a good round sum You never valuo the water till your G E Drury will pay you tho highest neighbor wants to All her bucket at your of produce market prico for all kinds well and will sell you goods at rock bottom Mattingly last Sunday Mr James Kerrlck moved his family to St Merino lost week Ruv Father Herbuth has thirteen altar boys preparing for Easter Mrs Mary Thornberry and family visited Mrs James King Sunday Jeff Thornsberry has an uncommon smart mule it can talk so said James Hum has caught thirteen skunks tills winter two in ono trap Mr and Mrs Jeff Thornsberry visited Mr L C Brown and family last Sunday The music party at Mrs Eliza Grahams was greatly enjoyed by all who attended Mr Clarenco Campbell was in our midst Sunday nnd stayed over Monday Mr and Mrs Levy Bassett and llttlo baby visited Mr Tom Halls family Sun pay Rev Father Herbuth is contemplating taking his choir to Brandenburg Easter Sunday Misses Ella and Miud Flaherty visited their uncle John Kerrlck at Sandy Hill last week Mrs Mary J Brown of Louisville vis- Â¬ ited her old home last week and was the guest of Mrs Henry Graham Mr Joa Flaherty has gone to farming since a brand now carpenter has moved in his locality I told you Joe you would get left AMrs Levi Bassett bos woven three hundred and sixty five yards of cloth six pair doublo mittens seven pair of fingered gloves nnd done her own houso work How is that for industry can any of tho correspondents bent that if so let mo hear from them Mrs Maggio Watts of Missouri came homo last August to visit her parents Mr nnd Mra Dutch Watlien near Andy villo while hero sho was taken down with consumption and Saturday night sho was called home Sho leaves a sweet little babe and a husband in Missouri to mourn her loss besides n host of friends hero Â¬ dinsburg in the interest of Spring hats Mr Maco Simpson nnd family and Mrs J G Shacklett spent last Sunday here tho guest of Rod Shacklett and family Mr Nemo Dowoll mil wife nnd Mrs Waymiller and Mr Rod Dowoll and family spent last Sunday as the guests of Mr II L Rhodes and family Chinas Indemnity Tho indemnity of 250000000 which will probably bo paid by China to Japan is exciting a lively discussion in financial circles It is now reported that this largo amount will have to bo paid in gold Diplomats and bankers in Washington discredit tho report becauso both Japan and China aro silvor using countries whero gold is almost entirely ignored They say that tho payment of 250000 000 In gold would disturb every financial center The gold supply in tho federal treasury would first bo attacked but in the end Europe would feel tho drain Financial authorities claim that it would bo easier to meet tlio indemnity on a silver basis That amount in silver could bo obtained in China and India without serious disturbance Tho Chicago Times Herald saya The annual production of gold in tlio whole world is less than tho sum de Â¬ manded It was in 1893 155521700 A very largo part ofthis Is consumed In tho arts It Is entirely safo to say that should tho Chinese war indemnity fall due In 1890 It would require twice the amount ot now gold available for mone Â¬ tary purposes Thus not only would there bo no new gold available to meet tho demand for additional metallic money in tho gold using countries but nearly 200000000 of tho gold now actually in uso for monetary purposes will be withdrawn from circulation in Europe and the United States nnd sent to China Tho gravity of this prospect is increased by tho fact that tho region to which this gold will ba sent has always been a silver using territory which so far from join Â¬ ing in the strugglo for gold has hitherto absorbed a great part of Europes sur Â¬ plus silver The Chicago Tribune takes a different view It says that gold is produced in moro than a hundred places in China and that sho could raise from her own area all tho gold needed if Japan should demand payment in tho yellow metal while of course there is plenty of silver if Japan is willing to take it So there is no danger of a financial Hurry over tho indemnity Wo givo our readers these conflicting opinions for what thoy aro worth It is too early yet to predict the outcome but it is to bo hoped that China will bo allowed to Bottlo on a silver basis That would raiso the price ot silver bullion and cause prices to rise Atlanta Con- Â¬ stitution Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rlioum Fever Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblalns Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ itively cures Piles or no pay required It la guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ faction or money refunded Prico 25 cents per box For salo by A R Fisher GARRETT JJorn to the wife of Mevel Dowel 18th a girl tho Ml Wtua m a OWhl tt wtol far OMfcwk Mr Kit Weyinuth spent Tuesday night in this place Mr John Funk went to Brandonburg Friday on business Mr R L McGuffln of Hardlnsburg was hero lost Tuesday Mr D W Burch has purchased a now top buggy ho must mean business The first of American News- Â¬ Mrs John Funk spent last Sunday tho papers OHARLES A DANA I ttifst of Mr John Buneer and wife Mr Will Kendall of Cementvlllo spent Editor Sunday night with his uncle Mr Hilf The American Constitution Mr Abo Kennedy and family spent thoAmerican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ last Sunday with Mr J M Tindall and can Spirit These first last family daughters and all the time forever Mrs Rosa Shacklett and spent last Wednesday with Mrs Buckler Dally by mall - - 6a aud family Daily Sunday by a Mrs Allco Tindall and Emma Adams - - - SI- a The Weekly of a few have returned home after a visit days in Indiana Mra Annie Funk and daughter Miss Dora spent last Saturday night and Sun Â¬ Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper la tho day in GaraatUvilte world Mr Caaper Funk west toQarBtteville Price 5c a ceay ly nmN 2 a year laat Mottday to elark is the store for Via AiareuXHH SUN New Vark uaclo We all inlw Caspar very much QLV m yr mail8 yr yr - The Sunday Sun WOMEN Mtaa Katte HorWth rettirfpd home on Waa laa baJ CMtaftatn aTlpPnblft Jlufh speat Oaote Davis iwJy 1BH Mr Joan CuiM RmrAiv h vUWag hor outer at villa tbo ftteat of Miae Mlaorya Howard T78K Miae Don IIIU ivwtfto Inrkii I wak kk moot Mra tfoilM of Hat PENNYROYAL WAFWtft Tnim viatted Mtoa liny Tuaadayto Tuly la GaraetU- - IN DOUBT l WMMM -- m mrjmm pmmvtvsmw mnswnzrm HTT T 4 -- MR BftROKEvNHIDQfi - MMS DiOYEHPOH a handsome silver medal engraved with gold on his 21st birthday Wo nre very glad to report undo Toni mlo Parcous better inures fur his ncovery now are favorable Our friend Miss Alice Dookcry has been unable to ha out for somo time being In a very feeble stnto of health Dr R II McMullin has on a nice lit tle Block nf groceries etc which ho is Belling cheap and exchanging goods for produce Mr Charlie Jarboc one of our enter- Â¬ prising merchants who has beon on the decline for some timo is beginning to loot fat and saucy again Mr Henry Speaks who has been very low with consumption for some time in Daviess county was brought back to bis home near Axtol a few days ago Wo regret to lose blight littlo Lena Mattlngly from our midst She will re- Â¬ main at Frcdricktown Washington coun- Â¬ ty for somo timo with her cousin Mrs Tula Buckmau Mr Jim Sponcer has purchased land from Mr JoeSorsholl ncross tho creek and Is now erecting him a dwelling barn etc on it Jim is up with the bhds these cold mornings hammering away Perhaps he is thinking about hunting him up that other rib that the bible teaches us all men lack During those bright sunshiny days of a week ago could bo heard tho cooing of tho gentle dove tho plough boys whis- Â¬ tle and the milkmaids song reminding us that perhaps grim winter had passed but oh I to day March is bringing us more Northern gales and saluting us with beautiful likes of snow Our seats are again by tho glowing fireside I Â¬ KV GLENDEANE Huso Jolly Jollys Station attended church hero Sunday Editors of Nhws ami Lcadtr were In toRii over night last week Gits Richardson Louisville spent Sun Â¬ day with Frank Peyton Falls of Rough Deputy Sheriff Tucker was hero last week going on to Rock Valo to attend cou t Miss Monnic Hunter and Miss Cilia On en spent Saturday at Mr Jttdson Correctly weekly by TumpHrey f utifer fro duce Coinmiitlon Merchants Jio Second Mln t Main and Market Louisville Ky SmwmM uua 8 1 VV IT m - jiri UJ nffluanflffflML --m-- MasKS tP- VM TeKL g U rvvv raS5AUTHOR CaT lo KtiRKUn tint joudo vltli hirnrt mviui IwHt to jtm I luu- uso for tho HinlttNl numbrrpf num prwntfor dity on niy nwuit and tljlr lis my opolRy for troubling J on- Yonrn Is Uitf ncainit iiitniunntllo which I can sciul lif r 1 Kin very tTt jici i folly your obedient servant j - Rrapli lino en i ftliotias cvl JCntly tx cn Ink Ing oft ourdlfixitilux llclrg in truwilt p1 boat to rnnvo cm this morning I talo Urn liberty to wiul lit r to m timtrr guard with the STEPHENSPORT Eddin Stiles and Willie FeMer r turn ciLfrom Orten river Kutunlay i William Smith of Holts bottom wns in town intirsiiay on business RPgulnr services wth hild nt tho Mt thodist church heto Sunday The caeeo Jno I Roberts s Frank blmllman nas continued until June term of Com t Mr J W Oniiigs of Concordia was heriilait icek a couple of days loading hoop poles Thucase of Knott vs Ray tho jury found a verdict of 2000 damages for the plaintlir Knott 11 Frank Ulaluo left for Wolf Creek Sunday from which point ho will Bail for the sunny south Magistrates Coutt was hold hero last Several Wednesday nnd Thursday cases were continued until June County Attorney Miller nnd soveral other very prominent lawyers of Ureck enridge county were In town last week The next Magistrates Court In this District will be held Wednesday niter the 2nd Monday in Juno So dont for- Â¬ get It Miis Nellie Simons after spending a couple of weeks with fricuds in Steph ensport left for her home at CloV rport Sunday evening They say good times have struck cer- Â¬ tain parts of the country and we trust some of the good tltm s will striko here very soon before it is iverlastingly too late Wo hope and trust from now on we may have pretty weather so the farmers cau prepare their ground for corn and every one get tlnir ground ready for gardening Mr V M Parr the hustling agent of M V R It Co stationed at N N Millwood Ky i was homo to see pa Parr for bc mo da s this week and left Satur- Â¬ day evening for his post of duty The case of Thomas Flood vs Robert French was decided by a jury aud they found a verdict against the plaintiff Flood Tom says its pretty tough to Bob have to pay for such sewers French has Mr Robt Tcliin of Tobinspot Ind dropped In Saturday at the store of K B Bain Bro to see his nephew Mr M Blain and had a long chat Mr Tobin is Vice President of tho Brecken ridge bank Wo congratulate Johnnie Haswell for his able attempt in the Allen vs Uroa dio trial and if Johnnie had let Mr Drisktll been about his own business Johnnie would have como out victor So runs tho opinions of a great many We think Johnnio gave himself and let Mr What Diiskell give too much cold law you say John One of tho most prominent cases In tho Magistrates Court here last week was the Commonwealth Mirs Maggie Bi oidie vs James A Allen a teacher in On tho 27th day School District No of last November Mr Allen suspended one of his pupils Miss Maggie Broadio by name and on the 30th inst she came back to school again in defiance of tho Mr Allen asked her if she teacher came as a pupil or as a visitor she re- Â¬ marked after a few minutes that sho came back ns a pupil he told her sho could not remain as such and in order to maintain the dignity of the school he gently ejected her from the school room Tim trial was progressing smoothly and nicely and everything was working Jim- Â¬ mies nay until it came to calling in the HI Muck Amuck of the county ami theu Jimmies featheis fell for Air Haswell asked Mr Diiskell a question that cook- Â¬ ed Allens goose Tho question was asked Mr Driskell Is a pupil a pupil alter having been suspended by a teach- Â¬ Mr Drlskells answer was No er So from Mr Driskells evidence Mr Allen committed a breach of the peace JudgeJarrettstuck it to Jimmie very light for it only cost him n five dollar fine and forty dollars cost thats all Judge Ooard said Jimmie looked so sweet when ho left for home waizEmMsr WZ95iMMrfr D 3 - r- nMir Aff fTOG BY A g OPvRi0mTIS94 AMCRlCAN ftfiS S0llAtlON CHAPTER XIII TinNEI OVFn Tlicro was a rnttlitiK of wheels on tho soft road mid looking up Katlgan saw tho messenger returning followed by nn nmbulauco Driving to HI Iks Baggs who was still lying In tho Brow tho driver backed it up toiler whilo tho inessougcr dismounted nu 1 opened tho door Tho cavalrymen btood ready to lift tho prisoner into tho vehicle Dut Miss Baggs waved them nil away ex cept tho corpora mid taking his hand roso to her feet and Flood for n moment Tho effort was too Hupportud by him much for her Hit head fell on his Hhoul dor and for a moment alio lost con Bcionsnoss Itatigan took her off her feet and lifting her into tho ambulance laid her on tho cushions Olll ridoat tho foot ho said to Ono of yo lead mo horso tho others When they camo to tho placo where cacli had successively emerged from tho camp through which Hatigan had followed hor boforo daylight they found tho road linodwith fcoldiew whoso curiosity brought them thcro to seo tho woman who had succeeded in breaking through a wholo chain of guards They had all hoard of tho exploit and crowded around tho ambulanco ns it passed butworo kept away by tho guards in attendance who dropped back to tho sides nnd rear This prevented any further conversation between Ratigau and Miss Baggs except an occasional whisper but tho corporal managed to keep her hand in his under a blanket unobserved At last tho ambulanco pulled up beforo tho headquarters of tho division whoso camp they had entered and Ratigau suddenly bocamo conscious of tho fact that ho mut turn his prisoner over to others doubtless to bo dealt with sum marily for ho well know tho caso would naturally receive prompt attention An officer with a captains shoulder straps camo out from headquarters anil surveyed tho nmbulauco Ho was a dapper littlo fellow fat and red faced Whovo you got there ho asked of Ratlgan A lady sir Tho woman who ran tho guards last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ night Oi captured her on tho road below Tho guard duty of this division is in a fluo condition when n wom an can run a wholo chain of sentinels Get her out of that Hm Â¬ Â¬ r h H f rl H llk I bearing full of youthful mauly vigor Ho had been rapidly gaining tho confidence of his officers nud was coming to bo admired nnd beloved by his men All misgivings ns to his fitness for his re sponsible position had molted nwny Cnlouol Mark Mayuard was tho man most to bo enviodof thoso no older than himself in tho Army of tho Cumberland Ho had scarcoly passed from his tent when glancing down tho road bosido which his camp was located his attention was arrested by an ambulance com ing slowly along driven by a man in n soldiers blouso and smoking n short clay pipe On oithor sldo rodo a cav alrymau Tho colonol paused to watch tho coming vehicle and its attendants Had it not boon guarded ho would havo lam And that captured with them on supposed it to contain a sick soldior going to hospital As it was it must eiyour person your lifo is forfeited ther hold nu oillccr of high rank or a sick Certainly Tiiero aro peoplo who cannot brook a or wonuded prisoner Whatovor it contained thcro camo to tho man watching steady stand in ono who may bo natu rally oxpected to break down in their it nu uncomfortable feeling that it was presence The gsnoral was one of these in somo way a link between himself and Tho bright hnppy look of In proportion as ho admired her limi misfortune tless was his desire to forco her to show a moment beforo disappeared to bo reHo did not analyze placed by a troublod expression though soino giving war his feelings and attribute his desiro to ho could not havo given a reason for any such cause He yielded toit without foreboding When tho ambulanco stopped opposito hia teut ho muttered with realizing that the canso existed Tho natural method of procoduro a knitted brow What does this moan in this case ho said looking at her Ouo of tho attendants dismounted is for mo to report your cap sternly turo and tho circumstances attending it went to tho door of tho ambulance to headquarters Word comes back to opoued it and handed out a woman who try you by drumhead court martini descended to tho ground with somo difficulty as though iu a woakenod condiand hang you to tomorrow morning tion Tho two thon camo directly to Well whero Colonol Mayuard was standing Well that is tho end of tho btory Tho woman was attired iu a stripod Thcro was silouco for a fow moments calico dress Her head and faco wore whilo thoy regarded each oilier It 1b not tho end of tho story gen bare Tho colonol know at a glanco that ho had seen hor before but could not eral Tho story of n lifo has no end Death is but a transition It pleases tho ioll where Sho walked slowly for sho Great Commander to assign mo a fruit- Â¬ seemed scarcely able to drag hersolf less task It is not for mo to ask why along and ho had timo to study her I am but ono of his soldiers fighting features as sho camo on Tho two stop with my brothors for my people ped boforo him Tho soldior saluted and Sho had couquored Thero was some drawing an envelope from his bolt hand thing so forciblu in her words some ed it to Colonel Mayuard Tho colonel thing go truly grand in her manner took It without looking at it no was that tho man who would break her still studying tho features of the wom f plrlt desisted Ho rcgardod her admir Â¬ au ingly and was silent A communication from General All I ask general sho said pres colouel said tho man who hand ently seeing that ho did not speak ii ed him tho paper As tho soldier spoko that thcro bo uo greater dolay than noo Colonol Maynard recognized the woman essary Now I havo a strength wjiich no had met at Mrs Fnlns His hand may bo worn away by long waiting trembled as ho grasped tho eutelopo with death itaring mo in tho faco nud tore it open Still tho ofllcor did not speak Ho DIVISION HKIDQIMIITEM was thinkingthinking how he could i I III THS KlMll HfH got rid ot bo unpleasant a duty as tho Colonel Mark Maturd Ooinwiamllnfc- - the -I- U wd execution of this splendid Cavalry Mstlti Who thU WOHHW COUtMMs 1 KCfttl JO wewaB lie feared that tboald be re tamjkeritHr wlHiu tl- port ker ceptaro to hautyMrton he KKWi3 wm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ said Shos badly hurt captain Ratigau who had stopped down on to tho ground and saluted said Win Baggs I can alight feebly And getting as best sho could to tho door of tho ambulanco Ratigau helped her out Slio looked faint but btood by tho aid of tho corporals arm Tako her in tothogonoralsald tho Ho wants to soo hor littlo captain As tho tent was an ordinary wall tent thcro was no great room in it Mi6s Baggs went inside whilo thq corporal stood directly outside with his band on tho tent polo 1 must havoyou searched said tho general to tho prisoner Then ho added somewhat hesitatingly Its rather aw kward not lia ing a woman in camp 1 will relict o you of tiio necessity said tho prisoner witli dignity and putting her hand into her pocket sho drew forth n bundle of papers which sho handed to him asked tho surpris What aro these ed commander Copies of intercepted telegrams Tho general uttered an examination cm over nnd taking tho papcis ran with his eye Ho looked up at tho woman who savo for tho pallor occasioned by hur fall from tho collapsed buggy stood ap parently unmoved Thcro was admira tion in tho eyo of tho man who gazed at her Ho was astonished at tho coolness with which sho handed him documents that would warrant his hanging her to a treo without a moments delay and nbovo nil tlicro was about her n diviuo consciousness of having dono a duty a look of triumph under defeat that compelled his reference ns well ns his admiration ho said that Aro you nware with thoso dispatches in your posses sion and beyond our lines you would hold this army nt your mercy Â¬ Â¬ would get tho saino reply as in tho caso ho had cited ho said prcs I will not harm you Sonio ono clso must tako tho cutly responsibility of this complication of death nnd a womau It does not matter who does tho work so long as it must bo done Perhaps not to you It matters n great deal to mo My hands nro clean I dont caro to stain them Whilo this conversation was going on Corporal Ratigau was Hbtening nud ob serving tho speakers with a palpltuting heart Thero was something so cold cat in tho peneralB tonos that tho corporal folt a repugnance at his piisonor Ho pre being in his espccinl keepirg ferred that sho should bo sent to somo ono clso and was relieved when ho an nounced his intention to shift tho reBesides tho corporal sponsibility hoped that ho would himself bo intrust ed with her keeping until sho should arrive at somo camp whero tho com- mnndcr would bowllllug to receive her Shall Oi tako lcr to headquarters general ho risked Ah my ninnl said tho general as aro though awakened from a reorio you hero I had forgotten you Oi can conduct her to headqnaitcrs if you desiro it general I am not in tho habit of receiving suggestions from my brigado or regimental commanders much less n corporal Ratigau saw that ho had mado a mis take ami said nothing Tho general re garded him with his shrewd eyes It was plain to him that tho man was interested in his prisoner Corporal you may go to your camp Yes sir Orderly called tho general to a man standing near tako this woman to tho ambulance As Miss Baggs passed out tho eyes of tho two wero Used again on each other Whilo tho geneial did not uso words ho could not lesist n last attempt with his presence his masterful countenanco his piercing eyes to ovcravo his prisoner Sho met that gao firmly unflinchingly till sho was without tho tent then with n final glanco of contempt sho turned nnd walked toward tho ambulance Tho general called her back You do not seem well satisfied with ho baid in a my treatment of jou tone in which there was something of Wo soldiers must do our dusarcasm ty It is not your doing your duty gen eral that fails to win my respect It is that you havo not tho manliness to do it yourself but must needn put it upon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ somo ono clso Again tho two pairs of eyes met nud clashed Tho victory was with tho woman Tho general lowered his to tho Â¬ ground ho said You may go As soon ns sho was gouo ho went to a tent whero tlicro wero writing materials nnd wroto n note which ho scaled and addressed Giving it to tho littlocaptaiu ho directed him to send it with tho prisoner nnd tho dispatches captured on her to tho ofllcor whoso uaiuo was on Â¬ tho envelope CHAPTER XIV AN UNW ELCOMU riUSOXKR Colonol Maynard pushed back tho tent flap intending to step outsido nnd go to tho mess tent for breakfast The bright ness of tho morning seemed reflected in his countenance His step was firm his Â¬ It was 8 oclock in tho morning tiI - rurt Mr Ned Cannon planted tome corn last week Georgio Downs Is postman from Mc Â¬ Daniels to Glendeanu Mr Wm McDanlol still remains in a very helpless condition Misses Julia and Iula Rhodes are attending school at McDaniels 1803 Mr Joe Wheatley of Planters Hall Without looking nt thoir contents ho dismissed the man who had brought visited friends hero lust Sunday them and turning went into his tout Mr Fred Fraiza and family will move It was noon boforo tho courier sont to anuouueo tho capture of Miss Baggs to Henderson some time in April Messrs J L Rhodes and J W Storms rodo up to Colouel Maynnrds headquar ters aud hauded him a dispatcli It was went t Hardlnsburg last Monday as Maynard feared Ho was informed Mr Robert IJhodes Is building an that iu tho present exigency tho matter could not bo given atteutiou at general edition to Mr F K Rhodes house Prof Milton Coke Is teaching a very hoadquarters but it wns deemed impor tant to deal summarily with spies be interesting spring school at McDaniels thoy male or female Ho was therefore Dr II 0 Board of Hardlnsburg is n drumhead ordered to convene a court martial try tho prisoner aud if this vicinity doing some first class dental work found guilty oxecuto tho sentence what ever it might bo without delay Mr F K Rhodes who had his arm TO lit CONTINUED broken some days ago is getting along Chamberlains Cough Remedy gives ncely Mr fcatt Lancaster of Daviess county the best satisfaction of any cough medi- Â¬ cine I handle and as a seller leads all spent last Tuesday night at Mr J L other preparations In this market I Rhodes recommend It because It Is the beel Mr Wlllja Cannon was the receiver tt medicine Tevcr handled for coughscolds and croup A W Bsldridpo Miller Cry vllle 111 For sale lv A It Fisher1 Cloverport Ky and Klncbe Board HardiMthtirg Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HriiadUrlincrul Maynard rend tho hiIsfIvo over twice slowly without looking up Ho had not road a dozen words beforo ho know that ho hold in his possession ono whoso lifo was forfeited as his own lifo had been forfeited to tho Confederates ft year before His keeping his eyos on tiio papor was to guin timo to nvoid spoaking when his ntteranco was chok Hlathoughts ed wlthnstrangooniotion wero far away Ho stood on tho bank o tho Tennesson river below Chattanooga It was in tho gray of tho morning Ho saw a Bkiff tied to tho shore Ho Jump od down to tuizo it nnd found himself among n group of Confedorato soldiers Personating a member of General Braggs staft ho commanded them to row him across tho river They started to oboy As thoy left tho shore suddenly n boat BWtuiff around Moccasin point It was full tif t11 l men Ho was tak en back to Chati jimog i tried nud con demned tn lw hnnjjod tor a spy All this pisc bocro his minds eyo ns ho htnod iircUiidliig to study tho com munication beforo him not this bare statement of it but each detail each feeling of hope fear despair as they rapidly succeeded each other from tho moment of his cpturo till his esrapo and safo return to tho Union lines Looking lip at last with nn oxprcsbion of commiseration which surprised tho prisoner lie said Madam will you ploaso accopt my heartfelt sympathies Miss Baggs who had already recog nized Colonel Maynard simply bowed her head In acknowledgment without speaking but fixing hor largo dark eyes upon his When placed in a similar position Maynard had met his ouorays glanco with affected coolness in a vain Not so tho woman hopo of deception beforo him Tiio timo for deception had passed with htr Sho wns n Charlotte Corday knowing that tho gnillotiuo awaited her a martyr in whoso oyos gleamed tho diviuo light of a willing sacriflco to a cause sho believed to bo sacred Tho colonel ppoko again ho said Madam it is my duty to repoit your caso to my commanding officer for transmission to tho headquar ters of this army Thero is n littlo houso across tho road If you nro ablo to go there you will bo moro comfortablo whilo wo aro awaiting tho reply As you like colonel Perhaps it would bo better to uso tho nnibulanco I can walk I would prefer it Will you accept my assistance Sho took ills offered arm and tho two walked slowly toward a farmhouse a fow hundred yards distant As tho colonel passed a sentry lio directed him to havo tho officer of tho guard summoned and sent to him On reaching tiio houso and mounting tho fow stnpsthat led up to tho dsor they wero received by a farmers wifo and ushernl into n small sitting room Bom ing to tho prisoner Colonel Mayuard stepped ontsido to instruct tho guard It was not essential that ho should hasten but ho did not feel equal to an interi iuw After seeing a sentinel posted on each side of tho hoiv o Maj Hard turned to go to his tent Ho was drawn by somo un accountable instinct to look ouce more She wns at tho ubodu of his prisoner gazing out at him with a pair of eyes melancholy unresisting full of resignation What flond had suddenly thrown this beautiful woman this queen of mar tyis into hia keeping with death star ing her iu tho faco nud ho perhaps to inflict tho penalty Why if ho must suffer this turning of tho tablos by fato could not tho victim havo been a man somo coarso creature who would dio likoa brute Aud why had it not como upon him beforo lovo had introduced him to that instiuetivo delicacy that gentleness thoso finer heart impulses of woman supposo O God I ho murmured supposo sho wero Laura Ho could not bear to look nnd could not turn nwny For n fow moments tho two gnzed upon each other whilo tho womans natural femiuino discernment told her th t she was pitied told her something of what Mayuard suffered that her enemy was really her friend Sho gave him u faint smile iu recognition Tlicro was something iu tho smile that was even harder for him to onduro than had she shed a tear Hfrs was a winning smile and her position was so desperate Sho was so bravo so ready to sacriflco for her struggling people Sho boro her trial with such gentleness yet with such firmness Sho was n woman and sho must die Ho turned almost fiercely nnd strodo back to his tent Reaching It ho found tho man who had brought tho prisoner waiting for him Tho soldier saluted aud handed him another envelope Why did you not givo mo this with tho other asked Mnynard snrprisod I handed it to you colonel but you did not see it Maynard stared at tho man without niakinjj any reply Ho had been preoc cupied deprived of his ordinary facul ties Opening tho cuvolopo ho took out a small bnudlo of papers on tho back of which was Indorsed luter coptod dispatchos found on tho person of Elizabeth Baggs captured Sept Colonol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY March 2ft 16V5 Shlppon ihoatd murk all paekkgtt plainly with iblppera name and putt office luldrom nUTTKlt Choice country 11 II Medium Creamery BUQS 0 8 Si fa 10 Â¬ Fresh Michigan Owens Mies Nellio Moorman spont Saturday and Sunday with her aunt Mrs Dr Dempster at Rock Vale band ploked ndiana Nary Old or Common and colored FEATIIEK8 Prime whit gooie Mixed Old No 1 dook GAME BEANS B0 1 1 to 22 6 74 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 36 26 15 25 yMiss Jennlo Green Falls of Rough 39 30 XO Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is dilTeren from nil other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to the j The way to cure a cough is to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cuts loose tho mucous heals the lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in one night For sale bv Short HaynesCloverport Dr R H McMul lin McDaniels M Meyer Co Burns j Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewley ville Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKy Jno P Nichols Girfleld Ky A R Morris Dig Spring Ky YELLOW LAKE Children for Pitohtrs Catttrla 90 5 CO Judga Mercers gallantry and knight- Â¬ 86 a 4 90 like bearing never fail to call forth pleas- Â¬ 50 S 6 75 76 5 00 ant remarks nbout him He was hero SAMPLE SHEEP Friday and out a walking with ono of Good to extra shipping 2 25 2 00 Glendeanes fairest 2 50 2 76 Fair to good Arthur Blain was in town Saturday LAMBS Adjusters for tho fire insurance com Â¬ Good to extra spring 4 76 4 JO to the w ife of Mr Lee Walls a pany were hero last week and succeeded Fair to good 2 60 4 00 fine girl in cutting down Mr J T F Owens In- Â¬ Mr 0 M Robblns went to Stephens surance from 2000 to 1700 His loss Texas RR Co port Saturday was very heavy ho having no Insurance Louisville St Louis Mr Pate was the guest of Miss Lucy upon contents of dwelling and its simply 2STO an outrage that the amount was lessened Jolly some few days ago Miss Dee Basham has returned to her to 1700 This is 1100 less than the actual c st of the building a few years Taklsig- - Effect homo after a visit to her father MgO Elmo Wlnfry of near Stephenspoit M 600 oelck A K Sandaj Dee 30 28S4 DID YOU KNOW was the guest of his best girl Sunday tfeti Bound Traitu Eatt Bound Train That Charley Deans horse carries Mr Arthur Mattiugly was tho guest of 62 M A Mall double Mr Henry French a few days last week Expra Kiprs STATIONS Exprs Kxpr That a certain Fisher man may Hunt- Â¬ Mr George Jones is expecting to re- Â¬ Dally Dally Dally Pally turn home soon to Cherry Grove Ohio er long time before ho finds a b tter fish 630pm 7 30imUvUnn ntar 100pm 8 30pa 45 than the one ho Is trying to land now Kentucky St 12 45 6 45 7 815 Mr W N French of Union Star was 7 2j 825 West Point 1125 735 That if one of the name is as good as 730 828 12U2im 7 30 Howard in town last Wednesday and Thursday 7 47 Itock Haven 1147 845 714 thosamo ouo of our boys need not 755 863 707 Lonff Branch US C M Robblns of this place was tho Brandenburg 1131 658 902 grlove because his older brother Is so 804 guest of Miss Birdio French last Thurs- Â¬ 1122 911 648 813 Ekron attentive to young brothers very best 821 1114 6 40 Guston 919 day 1105 Inrington 930 630 830 girl 1059 8 38 939 Webster 614 Misses Mary L Robblns and Addie 1049 9 47 Lodiburg 606 That Lonnle Harper was mistaken the 8 45 1041 9 CO Pierce 865 567 A Jolly went to Stephensport last Thurs- Â¬ 1037 Sample 1000 662 900 other day for an agent for curling irons day 1028 6 45 10CJ Stephensport 9 09 1023 6 40 Addison That Sidney Owen doesnt stay through 914 1014 Miss Lucy Jolly returned home last 10 20 1020 5 36 917 Holt dinner time at school when one of the 9 28 1033 Cloverport 1006 6 24 Saturday from a weeks visit at Hawes Shops 6 21 1029 931 100 girls is away 1060 SklUman 5 09 9 48 943 yillo 1102 937 4 69 964 Hawesville That a rather prominent Breckenridge 1002 1109 929 Petrie 451 v Miss Lena Brown was tho guest of Miss 4 45 923 Falcon county official has given It out that this 1Q07 1115 Nellio Graut near Stephensport last 1119 4 42 9T9 Cavce county will instruct for Clay when every 1012 W2S Lewfsport 911 1018 4 36 week 9 06 1143 1035 4 20 Powers body else knows it is overwhelmlnglyfor 4 08 8 40 Pates 1048 125tm tfessers Will French and George Slier Hardin 12 6pm 4 00 Owensboro 8 30 1069 1218 817 1109 Mattlngly 347 bourn will leave for New Orleans In a 1223 Griffith 3 41 809 Bob Robertson tackled the News 1114 That few days 12 i7 Stanley 60 337 editor last week about any proposed road 1119 1235 1125 Worthlngton 768 330 Mr Ruby Haynes of Union Star was tax 1242 1133 710 Reads 323 Spottsville 1263 742 1145 316 tho guest of Miss Annie Bennett lost 1163pm 1269 Basetts 734 310 That somebody has said Gus Brown 1210am 1 15pm arIIendersn Iv 720am 265pm Sunday would bo a winning man for the Legis Â¬ Miss Ollie McCoy of this place was lature visiting Misses Birdie and Xie French That where there is a Will there is a last week L Si L way says one of our girls L Fty Fordsllle Branch Prof Sam Pate of Hardlnsburg was That Miss Mary Moorman outspellcd TIME TABLE No 24 the guest of Miss Lucy Jolly last Satur- Â¬ every one els6 in contest a Friday after- Â¬ TAKING EFFECT DEO 30 1894 day and Sunday noon West Bound Trains Bast Bound Trains Miss Pearl Gibson has returned to her Dally Dally Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun home In Cloverport after an extended STATIONS ex Sun cxSuo Beaching the People No No 1 No 2 No f visit at this place Tim author of that wonderful free sil Â¬ 1010am Lv Irvington Ar 9 20m 1160 Garneld 810 Miss Ethel Wtddjng of Rome return- Â¬ ver pamphlet entitled Coins Financil i 1205pm Harned 760 12 2i ed home last Monday after spending a School Is a master of the great art of Hardlnsburg 7 80 Kirk 1253 7 00 few days with Misses Nellie and Jennie getting there His latest book is A 110 Jolly 660 1 21 Olendeane 6 SO Miller Tate of Two Nations a story of un- Â¬ 35 Dempster 620 65 arFallsltoughlv 600 The protracted meeting closed here a common interest which depicts the 230 6 27 Rockrale few weeks ago which was conducted by oppression and poverty resulting fnjra 242 Ruth 516 251 Askins 50 Rev Snecd with other help and was tho gold standard 301 Oaks 460 340pra ArFordsviIleLy 4 3am We can well understand how such a quite a success Mr Vester Brumfield of Hawesvlllf book will ako hold of the popular mind was called to tho bedside of his sick It will be read by men who could not mother near Union Star last week who be induced to read a finauclal editorial acd by women and youngsters who will la not expected to recover talk about it to their husbands and Some folks will think that Dr Bells fathers In this ago millions of people Pino Tar Honor is no better than the get thtir historical political and social Condensed News commou cough remedies until they try idt as their facts and fancies and then Stories it Then they will know for themselves morality from the stories they rea4 and Miscellany that its the best on earth For sale by from the ringing verses of some poet Womens Department Haynes Cloverport Dr It who is in touch with mankind Such Short poets as Ileranger Ebenem r Elliott II McMullin McDaniels rM Meyer Childrens Department Gerald Massey and Whlttier have been Co Buras Geo Hoyser Constantino Agricultural Department powerful factors of revolution and re A Taj lor Rosetta Drury Bennett Political Department Co Bewley ville Ky W E Brown Irv- Â¬ form acd such novelists as Dickens Answers to Correspondents Reade Mrs Stowe and Kola have exer- Â¬ ington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield cised a more potential Influence over the Editorials Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky masses in their crusade against certain Everything real and imaginary evils than was posÂ¬ VI sessed by the statesmen of their day WlXt RE FOUND IN JHR It is a good thing to find the friends of silver reaching the people through the Weekly Courier methods adopted by Mr W II Har-Â¬ vey the bright and accomplished writer Tm tour won Jerlulrtmedjr Mothers who has given Coins financial series A ten page eight column DeSnoctttlc News FmrND wtika muUco clilW Wrlti euajr paper HUSKT WATTEHBUH I the Editor may be within tb rouch of all we bare to the public The goldbpjp are iu a reJuood ibe prloe to ONE DOLLAR per ludicrous state of despair over the pop- Â¬ BEWARB of count ularity of his works and they are clam- Â¬ PRICE 100 a YEAK wWU and substitute Take oring for somebody to head him off nethhtff but They would undoubtedly liberally re Â¬ The WKKKIY ward the man who oeukl meet aud vaa very liberal Urwi COUKIKRJOURNAJ makes t agents Sampt xM A qush their dreaded opponent oa hie own ground acd through hs ewa WWRJERJWUNAL piUfANY method Atlanta Ceaetitulbxi IbuIivIIIp Kr THE IRCCKEMIDiE NEWS Chinas prineipel pert in the AtUtlti set n y alu pwtwetrrt AND THE wftr will be i hustle wkna Japaa fpta uTWrita for book TO HOTMKKH -WEEKLY CflUMEIJOUIIHAt K iL milieu trr imay to impure a uivioenu Will ha attai dim Ll u a I fffc IPBWIW lUV HHVPPvff I iR 9171 AMMMTiMBMCKMUa NftWf Or Price Ctmmr WmUmg PewO ATUKTA U fcl fntuhtan respiratory organs Guaranteed and for sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Di R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer A Co Buras Geo Hoyser Con A Taylor Rosetta stantine Drury Co Bewloyville Ky W E Bennett Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky- has returned from Princeton whero she has been attending school Genhtl Gus Richardson Is here for tho week He is making some large sales of fruit trees to somo of our farmers Joe Mattlngly stated to your cor- Â¬ respondent Sunday that ho has not routed his hotel as has been reported Vutinio Moorman cut a foot badly enough the other day that he was not out Sunday Have not learned parti- Â¬ culars Dick Moorman tho cistern cleaner man has been here for several days He leaves Tuesday to push his patent In other portions of Kentucky Miss Jessie Maxwell was sick last week consequently out of school It will be remembered sho won second medal dur Â¬ ing tho public school term MissGeorgya Robertson as principal and Miss Halllo Moorman as assistant aro occupying the chairs of Utopian College the first half of this week The Rev Mr Phillipps lato of Steph- Â¬ ensport but now of Tar Fork has been pnaching some interesting sermons hero for the last four or five days He will remain till tho last of the present week People hero know how to turn out to hear thoir preachers Last8unday Bro Rutledge preached to a well filled house while at night Bro Phillipps Interested an audienco literally packed Into the llOUSJ d 00 75 73 Rabbits per do Squirrels per ds Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins Hens per lb Ducki Turkeys ally Turkeys dressed UIDK8 hl 1ATA 9 4 7 20 40 7 POULTRY 7 J4 8 7 6 fo 0 A 10 DRIED APPLES AND PEACHEb Apples choice bright quarters blA to Apples arerage 4J to 5 Apples old Peaches now 4 to 5 Peaebes old WOOL Tub washed Qrease fine 15 3 16 Oreate coarse 16 IS Merino - 10 12 Barry and Cits 12 8 MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax 26 i Sorghum Molasses 30 36 HAY GRAIN FEED We quote prloes to day on LouIitIIIo city 2l2l i wharf OATS No 2 oats HAY 32 - 38 - Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium CJood Bright Straw- CORN Choice white Choloe shelled - 10 60 11 00 10 00 4 60 13 00 12 00 11 00 42Ji 44 CATTLE Good to extra shipping 4 00 3 50 3 40 3 00 Light shipping Best Botcbors Medium to good butchers HOOS 4 Choice packing and butcher 4 Fair to good 6 Roughs Sboats and pigs 100 lbs and under4 4 25 3 76 3 65 3 25 t - iorn 24 TIME SCHEDULE MM A i I BEST I EXPECTANT MOTHERS - Jomnl rJ m Friend others 1 u Ww fetr mt Awe vwvrarsvw EX Awarded Highest st Txr L BSmCrtJftmam NRW8 OLOVRRPORT K EKFON Miss Dora Hill of Garrett went to Irvington Tuesday S J Brown went to the city rrlday returning Friday night U NovU McGlothlan of Irvington was in town Friday on business Geo II Casperke of Brandenburg was in town Monday on buslness Frank Downs J II Slpes and W B Dowell went to Louisville Tuesday A V Williams went to Louisville Monday to visit relatives and on busi- Â¬ ness W J Saunders wife and sister MIbs Maggie were guests at Mr R S Dowells LI tonorsWerld Fair i Da CREAM BAKING POKDIR MOST PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powdtr Free front Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANPARD A Notice to Subscriber The date on lh label Indicate the time to which jour subscription Is paid This serves both at a receipt an expiration notice every week Kxamlnc the date printed after Tour name on thetnargln ofthl paper and tee if it la correct IT not correct pleate to let ut know If your time hat expired please renew at once LOOAL BREVITIES Corsets at Vests Laco curtains at Vests Black and fancy hose at Vests Garden seeds fresh and fine Sulzcrs- Genulne maple sugar at the City Bak Â¬ vlj k tx X- - s- - ery Mr W II Eowmerwent to Cincinnati Monday Mr 0 T Sklllman spent Sunday In Cannelton Miss Jennie Warfield is visiting in Hardinsburg Tlain and fancy black mohair for skirts at Vests Mrs Jennie Smart lias taken rooms nt the Napper House Piiro barred Tlymouth Rock eggs for sale by G W Short txMrs J Scott Vance and children are visiting in Owensboro Read Mrs II V Duncans advertise- Â¬ ment in another column Fresh jelly rolls buns soft cakes and linnnmpn cookies Sulzcrs Mrs Brewer of Louisville spent Mon day with Mrs 0 W Short Father Niehaus left last Wednesday for Flaherty hisjuture home If it Is very fashionable you will find it at Mrs II V Duncans the milliner Mrs W S Foote of Hawesville will he the guest of Mrs 0 B Skillman to- Â¬ day Are you going a fishing if so come in and let us fit you up with a new outfit Sulzers Sliss Lulu MrGavock left Monday for Alabama whero she will reside in the future The leanest nurse may get the fullest eatisfactldn Mrs II V Duncan the milliner Miss Ma Conner of Evansvllle Ind is spending several weeks with her parents The Marcli Cosmopolitan Is unusually entertaining Get a copy at Babbages only 15 cents Light Brahma Tggs for sale Felch 100 for 10 Mrs John Nevitt strain Irvington Ky Mies Lizzie Krigler Owensboro was the guest of Miss Nellie Beverley Satur day and Sunday -J Mrs R N Hudson returned to yvllle Friday after a visit of several day to her her parents Make home attractive by having somo of the pictures lying around your house framed Sulzers Our spring line of Monarch shirts is awaiting your inspection come in and see them Babbago Bargains that have no rival an assort Â¬ ment that has no peer Mrs II V Duncan the milliner Shrewd multitudes patronize us for multitudinous reasons Mrs II V Duncan the milliner The Louisville Daily Post and the Bbkckknbidoe News one year for 275 post paid to any address Road our fishing tackle advertisement sportsmen Fishing is going to bo better than ever this season Sulzers Mr Franklin Ditto of Brandenburg came down last week and is the guest of his daughter Mrs J D Babbago tMrs Marlon Ryan returned to Louis- Â¬ She has been witli her ville Saturday mother who is ill at Mrs Weatherholts Eggs for sale from pure Plymouth Itock White Leghorns Light Brahma White Cocben and Langshan J II Carson Cloverport Ky Keith and family moved over U6 from Cloverport Tuesday and will oc cupy the Moorman cotlaga or Main strict Grayson Gazette Dobles Coffee Econoaikor makes your Fits any pot coffee last twice as long Froe circular Arthur L Dobiu A Co Grant BIdg Atlanta Ga Those pretty silks for waists at Vests are going rapidly The price is low the quality high and tho patterns are of the prettiest Get one before they are all gone Mr and Mrs G W Baker of City Rapid Nub re guest o Mr and Mrs Whq Hall Mr Baker preched a meet excellent sermon at the Beptiet church Busdey night Â¬ -- t J 1 The crowning point of a vell dreesed lady le a fawhiotuible and stylish bet A Milliner with an eye to beauty mb wake any ladys heed look well Tbh le whet hate will do bought of Mm H V Dun Ui the milliner r lijg or h rota pore hied lewis Light Biahmaa Buff OeehliM Wiver Vfhlh Legberiw fllMttfftal IUbui Jirewa L iAomw Bed Cp aad M Pjy Ctever-Isaw W mouth Rocks IRVINGTON Underwear nt Vesli implements fiuzers Garden Mrt Ikauuhamps daughter is visiting Lnro lino of embroideries at Wats iter Try Cotolcno the lard caver Sutlers Mrs Dr Frank null Miss Lury ramn Tinluss puro nppte vinegar nt Iho City down to church Sunday Mrs Ken Wnthcn mndo n short visit Unkery to her old homo In Hardinsburg last Cololcne is n pure vcgetablo matter week Sulzers Miss Ellen Ws then arrived last Tus The post ofilce at Ruth lins been dis- Â¬ day for a short visit to tier old home at continued Mt Merino M Hall and Miss Lizzie Hall nro on Mrs Clias Stith little daughter Nellie the sck list and niece Miss Gamut Livers have gone Fish and steak is fine fried in Coto to visit Mrs Stiths sister lene Sulzers Miss Kuttz of Webster sptnt a few Munsoys Mngazlno delivered for ten days visiting Miss Hattio May and MIbs May Claycomb at the homo of the latter cents Babbago Dr J C Bush after a confined illness Still they go those lace curtain of several days Is onco more his jolly stretchers Sulzers for Gust on For wilo cheap a twe horso spring self and tomorrow will leuvo Miss Mollio Lyons guests Misses wagon W S Smart t Meador and Butler of Custer have re- Â¬ Hal Murray went to Louisville Wed Â¬ turned home after a pleasant two weeks nesday on legal business visit Major Samplo was a passenger on tho We are pleased to so the genial face enst bound ttnln Friday of mine host of tho McGlothlan House Mr James Moorman returned home once more albeit ho Is a litttlo pale and from Henderson Saturday slender from his recent Illness Rev Georgo OundlfT of the M E S R Berry anb Miss Lizzie Hill VMre Church South will preach in the Bap- Â¬ went to Henderson Friday 11 oclock L Waggoner went to Loufsvillo tist church next Sunday a m We hope a large congregation will greet yesterday to sell his tobacco him Gents flno black hose Hermsdorf LA llttle treasure in tho shapa of a brand for 20cts at Babbages dear little glrliu has come into tho homo Miss Eliza Newton Is reported danger- Â¬ life of Mr and Mrs W E Brown and ously ill at her home in this city their many friends have not been slow Mrs S S Watkins and sister Miss to congratttlato them and take a peep at the little pink of perfection Griffith returned home last night Rev Mr Johannein of Persit will Mrs 0 E Lightfoot and Miss Judith givo a talk on tho manners and customs Miller went to Louisville Thursday of his country in tho Baptist church here Petcalo shirts in all of tho latest de Â¬ Saturday night April 13 at 7 oclock Babbages signs can now be seon at Ho will wear his native costume All vMlsses Laflo Lallelst and Veva Miller aro cordially invited to attend the lect- Â¬ returned from Owensboro last week ure An elegant stock of millinery goods Miss Board has recently returned from can bo found at Miller Lightfoots Louisville adding new goods to her Prof Allen lectured at tho Methodist stock of millinery Wo hope tho good church Monday night to a fair audience people of the community will patrontzo Mr Mack Ball of McQuady was in Miss Board and assist in her effort to build up a first class and much ueeded town last week and called on the Nxws millinery establishment here made pretty by wearing Ugly women Mr Wm Drake died last Monday bats from Mrs H V Duncan milliner night nflcr n briof illness at the homo Wanted 200000 poundsred stemming of his brother Mr Drake was an old Bring In your samples J P andallhcted man but those who knew tobacco Beverley anything of him always had a kindly The prices are doing tho toboggan act feeling for him handsomely at Mrs 11 V Duncans the I Miss Nellie Bandy entertained a small milliner party of lur young friends one evening Â¬ Mr and Mrs Morris Beard of Hard last week Those present were Misses insburg spent Sunday with the Misses Lulu Drake Eva Horndon Ella and Het- Â¬ Murray ty Helt Loma Kennedy Mary and Anna This is picture framing day at Suzers Lee Bandy and Eula Kennedy Messrs of Pictures will bo framed today at cost Lochard Lyon Protheroe Marshall material McGlothlan Wimp Wrather Richard from W S Bowmer returned homo and Sam Herndon St Louis where he has been spending Mr Lum Smith has moved his family the winter from Gus ton and now holds forth his VSylor Haynes and Tom Kendall never attractions at Holts old stand If Mr fail to get gas in this field when they Smith would take his barrels and empty start after it tho contents into the big road and fill A large and carefully selected stock of his large store room with dry goods those choice millinery goods will be opened large handsome windows with bright by Miller Lightfoot in a few daypretty millinery goods ribbons hand Â¬ Miller Lightfoot invito the ladies to kerchiefs Ac so dear to the feminine call and see their new and elegant stock heart We feel sure ho would recoivo of Millinery goods now being received the good will hearty support and bless Â¬ ings of the better part of the community Obituary notices and resolutions of who would rejolco to seo a much needed respect inserted at 5 cents a line Par- Â¬ enterprise as well as one less saloon to notices will pleaso ties sending in these curse our little town bear this in mind Rev W R Cullom filled his regular Subscriptions taken for any magazine appointments last Sunday at 11 a mand or paper you desire and delivered prompt- Â¬ and 330 p m His morning subject ly as they may bo Issued Leave your was a strong and earnest exhortation to orders at Babbages parents and their duties In home life Just received a car load of tobacco lie handled his subject well and if his Two brands National and adyice was followed even partially what fertilizers Capital also Champion corn grower for a happy home life it would bo for tho sale by J P Beverley mother father children and all Broth Â¬ Lightfoot er Cullom gave an interesting and in- Â¬ Why not call on Miller They structive talk on for your spring hats and bonnets Mission riork at will have tho latest styles and at lowest 3 30 p m Illustrating his remarks with figures for your consideration map drawings showing tho beginning Mrs EllzabethWilkerson and daughter of first Missionary works colored draw Mrs Etta Evans returned from St Louis ings representing the strength of tho Mo last week where they havo been different faiths from Christianity on spending tho winter with Mr and Mrs through to Paganism and an outline of David Stancllfi the different Mission stations Only an Miller Lightfoot aro now purchaslrg opportunity of hearing tho talk can do their spring millinery stock and will full justice to It and I believo all who have same open for inspection and heard it folt indeed that it was a timely cordially Invite the ladies to call and instructive talk and that it was LOooF Asklns of McQuady was in good to have been there George says he has town yesterday a plant bed 110 feet by 12 feet wido is DROWNED done plowing for corn and ready to plant Ills oats aro coming up nicely and all Driver Hone and Wagon All Oo his farm work is up and he is in good Sown shape for the coming in of spring George is for free silver A frightful accident occurred at the Mr Beverley Cloverports tobacco merchant was passing through the wharf hero yesterday about 3 oclock neighborhood last week buying somo W II Bowmer A Sons horse and driver He is paying fair prices and is were drowned while attempting to water tobacco coming again In a few days to buy all the the horse at the river Will Lightfoot colored Id the driver weed In the neighborhood If the farmers Chambers correspondent In Ho and Thurston Clark and Wick Bolder will soil all colored were in the wagon and drove Hancock Clarion UShv engagement of Misa Rosa Holt of down the wharf It Is supposed to water high and the Holt Kv and Mr Gus Luukett of the horse The river Tho and rocky Owensboro Is announced- - The wedding wharf steep will take place tho early part of June boys drove down bo Mr Bartlcs says Miss Holt is well known here having straight Into the river and before they spent Beveral winters here Her moth- Â¬ knew it they were in deep water and er occupied the home of Hon E JJMc over the horses head The horse be- Â¬ Dermott two seasons ago and the Misses came frightened and unmanageable Miss This frightened the boys and two of them Holt were great social favorite Rose Holt entertained theTyoOlub very Will Lightfoot and Thurston Clark jumped out and left Wick Bolder hold hasdeemely on several occasions ing tho lines and in loss than five minutes Courier Journal tho boy horse and wagon all went under and it was tho lat seen of them Wick was about Blxtcen years old tbe YOU sou of Kitty EskrMge a vt ry reputable colored woman living in this city The body lied not been recovered as we go to constitutioiunderniincdbex press The horse and wages were fished travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ out late yesterday evening For Qood County Road There has been a great deal Bald about tho roadB In tho county in tho past few weoks and the general expression of the people is that something ought to bo dono to improve them The present rond law has so far as Brcckenrldgo county Is concerned prov- Â¬ en a failure as will any law that is as one sided and unfair Under tho exist Â¬ ing law tho laboring class havo to keep tho roads in repair for the tax payer and they recognize that fact It Is almost Im Â¬ possible for a road overseer to get a days work out of his hands If tho law as it now is could bo enforced we could havo gocd roads but we have tried it long enough now to know it can not be mado a success The new law is worthy of a trial and should tho Fiscal Court adopt it and it docs not provo what we expect of it they have tho power to repeal it at tho next term of court There aro somo very good features in it and especially for tho laboring man Under the present law a man may be warned out for road work two days in each week until tho roads aro In good condition and is required to pay 1 CO poll tax and at the present price of farm labor fifty cents per day it nill take him three ilajs or forty two hours to earn 1150 If the new law bo adopted and a head tax be added of 100 and a nominal sum on tho p operty say ten cents on tho one hundred dollars worth of property the law says that eight hours shall bo a days work on tho county roads and that tho pay shall bo 1 00 per day so in twenty hours or less than ono half tho time tho road hands can cam monoy enough to settle his taxes and bo equare with tho county Under tho now law there need not bo a largo delinquent tax list each year as has been the case as the supervisor has the power and authority to work all delinquents on tho roads and in that way make a saving to tho county from two to thrco thousand dollars each year As for tho benefits to the property holders they aro too numerous to men- Â¬ tion to say nothing of the pleasure and convenience of having good roads Let us get out of the old rut and show our sister counties that wo aro not dead nor oven asleep but aro fully up to tho times a live wide awake progressive people Other counties have adopted tho law and have found it a success and why should we plod along in the mud and mire when we could havo good roads for less than the old way costs Tho court has tho power to adopt tho law and make tho lovy and if they do not do so they will bo held accountable for the bad roads as tho people are de- Â¬ OnsERVEit manding a change il J- - J Their he has him sure as fata foolish russ to try the bait Now he plays him swift as thought Quick upon the bank lie Is brought Ste Ms side all dappled nrr Through the strram hr will glide no more Ant It Fun t To take a nico rod a lot of bait ami n well filled lunch hiukcl ami go to Homo Birearu ami havo a good time Soon nil business cares aro forgotten All tho world passes out of your mind Jt you aro busy watching that cork seo that cork how ho pulled it under now you play him look sharp you will loso him now you got him ant ho a daisy how excited you get It takes good tackles to land tho gamey bass Thats what wo have Lets see vshat we havo to mnko a sportsman happy Eight section split Itamboo rods German silver mounting cork handles some with plain handles Jointed rods also of cheaper material all tho way from 2 cents up Common Bamboo 5 and 10 cents each DfkfXQ rrnVsllO Friday Herndon MrGeheo of near Irvington was the guest of J R Dowell Thursday night Will Kendall of Cemcntvlllo Ind was visiting relatives and friends hero last week T II Board I S Roberts Sr and WJ Brother went to I ouisvlllu Tues Â¬ day to Bell tobacco Prof D S Roberts wife and baby and Prof Courtney went to Louisville Fri Â¬ day to visit friends and relatives Miss Ida Cofer of Ellrabcthtown came down last week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Roberts a few days y Miss Lizia Jones camo down from West Point Wednesday to visit tier brother J T Jones returning Thurs- Â¬ day Mr Thomas Roberts accompanied his danghter Mrs Cofer to her home near Elizabethtown last week to spend sever- Â¬ al days lion Gus W Richardson passed down on the train Friday morning bound for Glendeane where he expects to remain several days Mrs J II Warfield of Brandenburg was in town visiting ono day last week VWill Ashcrsft County School Super Â¬ intendent spent Tuesday night with W J Shacklett panics Cox of Highland neighbor- Â¬ Mr Cox hood was in town Friday showed us a Sample of very fine seed oats He says ho has about three hun- Â¬ dred bushels for salo at l cents per bushel Tho tobacco market In Louisville was so crowded with tobacco lost week sev Â¬ eral parties who had gono from hero to sell had to return without making a sale however prices wero very good One party sold five hogsheads at tho Growers House prices ranging from 14 00 per hundred to J050 300 DCITl O nCCUO Hard Rubber ones that will not tarnish Gorman Silver and Brass Keols that will hold from 25 to yards of line awful cheap this year Screwed will I I1MPQ Ural Jed Oil Silk Rraldcd Linenfornil Boris size thatlines ImIIvEbW hold nny fish you want to fish Itivcr fishing good and strong that crook in that Cincinnati Bass Hook it catches Get the them every time hook for all size fishing best wo have them Tiles and spoon bait leaders so tho fish cant snap your line weve got tliein all See feet long good nnd strong with fifteen foot cs wings Minnow Nets nnd Landing Nets Seine Twine every kind you need Minnow buckets 1M J fk f If Q rlssVeiIYw FTQ 111 B W Kvcr ebt Corduroy Suits that will Btnnd tho wear Long Wading ltootii Rubber Coats in rnso of a Bhoner Big Hats for sun protectors FISHING SUITS for Fishing outfits hook extractors cork lloats of every descriptionsinkers fish stringers pocket oil can for reels collapsing drinking cups lunch baskets and camping outfits Wo are the people Everything tho Fisher man needs Como or write to us MISCELLANEOUS GOODS iVeS J C N0LTE Assignee SULZERS LADIES Personal n pretty attendant and try V S Extra good jugs generally useful around camp TO THE 1 With Emphasis we say that Ripans Tabules the best and standard remedy for stomach and liver trou- Â¬ bles will cure your headache or bilious attack One tabule gives relief HUDSON As I havo seen nothing in your valu- Â¬ able paper from this ploco for some time I thought I would give you a few items Mrs John Hudson Is on tho sick list the millinery trade to call on her a dozen hats in quick succession each of which appears more be- Â¬ coming than the others lis an aucieul trick of - Mrs Nancy Bennett is on the sick list RIpant Tabulct may be obtained through your Born to the wife of Jim Paul March 8 nerctt druggUt Price J cents a box a girl Farmers all seem to be very busy pre Â¬ NOTICE paring for a full crop The annual mectlnir of the Stockholder of the Co tor the elecFortune Ga Mrs J D Johnson has had an addi- Â¬ Goldof directors forand Mineral the ensuing year will be tion held at the Ilrecklnrldge Hank on Wednesday tion built to her house the iddny of April at V to in NhI I UV President Hallio Drane went to McDaniels last Monday to attend school FOB SALE OR TRADE Health In this community is not very Will Severol Mules and one Draught Horse good Somo cases ot la grippe sell cheap for cash or on time or will trade for condition catle or nogs This stock l In goodaddress May Arms has a severe attack of chills Por further information call on or S DUOAN II foyer and chicken pox combined Irvington Ky Mr Qeorgo Comer started to Millers town last Saturday to attend school THE Mrs Mollle Beard of Hardinsburg was the guest of her parents last weok Mrs Frank Arms contemplates visiting iff relatives in Arkansas this spring or sum- Â¬ mer Mrs James Martin of near this place is very sick though not considered dan Â¬ gerous Mrs J T Drane paid her daughter Mrs E McDavis of West View a visit not long since Lannie Holmes of near this place left last week for Springfield III Dont cry Tinnie ho will bo back in a few days J D Johnson is having him a new black smith shop built Little George Nottingham and Mr Scott Milburn havo tho contract Come girls think machines are no good without Tuckers and some boys think they would like tho milliner Mllncr trade Miss Nannie Lyons and Corrlnne Ben Â¬ nett spent a few days in Leitchfleld last week They were on particular business This complete and popular washer has con Â¬ stantly gained In public faorsimply because it the dressmakers could tell and best and over Â¬ even that savors some Â¬ what of decoption Theso charming hats are not tak- Â¬ en hap hazard as it seems hut aro arranged and test Â¬ ed in advance the pur Â¬ im- pose of apparent promptu trying on ueing to impress the customer with tho idea that all tho millinery made by tho firm is tho pink of perfection trade such can not on ovorybody our trimmed hata WE millineryresort tohave anartifices catchabout it that adapts individuality must of to will look well A It isashrowd device but ery low Good Ladies Friend it to particular porsons rather than to people in general Our expert attendants make a careful study of faces and it is an easy task to select from tho hundreds of trimmed hats and bonnets in stock a dozen or moro in perfect keeping with tho features form and general style of tho customer Wouldnt you much rather seo a dozen hats that look well on you than a hundred that look charming on some one not at nil like yourself Another commendable feature of our millinory is tho scale of prices Wo like to keen tho figures down to a point which will lead even the men to say A Goon Baroaik and tho men will not say so If the cost is much greater than what they pay for headwear Â¬ MRS CLOVERPORT KY H V DUNCAN i V TTTTT T WVWWWWlW jtiotei Washing Machine For Sale A first class hotel Mrs George Nottingham of Harned accompanied by her daughter was the guest of Mrs Steve Clark one night last week They also spent a day and night with Mrs Jouaa Gray and Mrs Boss Hay The wedding bells did chime but Madam Rumor was mistaken in the par- Â¬ ties Rumor says they will chime again soon but they aro about four miles due west from hero and unless it Is a very still night wo may not hear them Â¬ MOOLEYVILLE Mrs Elder has been on tlo sick list but is better now Miss Anna Dutschko was in town fills the bill It is the latest There is no tub to scooo are In actual use handle A complete laundry and so light that any ladv can handle It Iris so easy to operate that a child who can reach the lever can do as much In two hours as a woman can do In six hours on a wash board The following are some testimonials My Pluinmer niatscock of McDaniels says wife has not done a washing for over 7 years Now she until I gat a ladys PilcnJ Washer takes a twelve year old child and does all of the I would not take washing for a large family jc coin gold for it unless I could replace It with P Glasscock one lust like It of Palls of Hough Mrs Ilettl Uoblnson writesi I would as son give up my sewing machine as my washer Mrs Meyers or Cutter Ky stales that she had 135 pieces washed In j hour and 5 minutes on llarncds washrr ior lull particulate rail on or write to LEE HARNED llarucd Ky ARE situated on First street between High and River in this city It is convenient to depot and landing Has Will twenty Bix rooms all in good repair cash or on easy payments sell cheap for Also a Bivor Bottom Farm Bituated in It contains 150 acres of Holts Bottom good river bottom land It produces well Improvements nnd is under go d fence good barn no dwelling two good ciBtorns a and three never failing springs a doublo corn crib I want to sell this farm and will give the buyer a good bargain T ermB cash or easy paymonts Ifyou want a good farm call and boo mo or writo BANKRUPTiniuA Cheap Gash Store We want tho garding th laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so TEE IfXW GAS WILL NEVER DESPAIR rfeVe f X UU Fdrick Tllltf Urill WVtM w m T headache malaria torpid liver consttpafcon bjhousneaa n4 all kindred diseases SOlir Stomach dwrJrZl fift IFMI mw wm Ij B Itli a Outlier and Oae ef the la the Field iMt Pills Tutts Livercure n absolute Mewtayevettair at a dentl of mo feet It limit H an wem wain in m mw The natural Mow k eatiHuUd to be about a quarUr ralUiau U H and with a aJl hot it hi thought jt can be inort atwd to shopping Saturday Prof Jarboa ie teaching school near Mooley vllle He has a very large school Mlee Alma Mitchell of this place le vlelllfig her conelu Mks Jesse Mitchell of Derby Ind Mies Bell Maiming of SprlngieWMe la visiting friend and relatives here rwhereshe will spend the summer --Herman O Bryan has returned from He ya heta going to DevteM county raise fifteen aoree of tqbeeeo thle year Mrs Mary J Miller CLOVERPORT Gash and Produce Trade Will give top Prices for Produce and sell you goods at lowest Cash prioe W buy our Good to sell and net to keep and that la tho reason we m11 them bo cheap and Try be eoayiiweil Yoara Twly Cf W KY CHmTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SUKVEYOR Offiot lyir the lank WHl NMsMsi a MMwtalt if Hariinslwg The Worlds m Fmit Tmsts hali inilUoo The etrike reueed con eiaVreble excitement end inter are hmkhv up The coutuuiy veluee tbe n w will at ll00 oath Mas to iMur p pr cm irtt kt Aw 4 STONE JOLLY itdjmtato U KY 4tmsv db at tim m iwniwHm BOMstajr MtacHtStL Osytsfsondnoi of lmaitMM la Um Um at tiarmhw 1hwc latUiMa awl Ih njnrd to why bouMMMa at Unsk lyiRf In AlsW a notary nuu awt oaa tak the f feaww wmylftft if poriWa ttoalre it X V r THE BRSOKBNRIDQK Highest of nil In Leavening Power Latest NfiTlfS GLOYfefitPORfT KY IND US Govt Report DriV Baking m L wwkkb Powder ABSOLUTELY PUBE Breckenridge News 27 1895 UPTON Will Hundley Is at home Leo Upton has relumed Inline Miss Carlle T rry is visiting friends nt TOBINSPORT SANDY HILL Tho singing olln Dixon Wat kins will g to Louisville this week Miss Virgio Mcers of Parkers Grove was in tlio city tli Is wi ck Jeff Cavo lias purchased a farm near Sonora and moved to It this week Miss Agnes Urashear spent last week with herslbter Mrs Van Nort nt Hod WEDNESDAY MAKCII OLD CHATTERBOX Aa the luoraory gradually but certainly gives way to ago as it Btealthlly coincs upon us so aro tho frosts ot another win- Â¬ ter now slowly yielding to tlio more di rect rays of tho sun Many thoughts oi the winter that has just passed aro still Â¬ with us We can not retrain from quoting what Prentice says in his Closing year The j car has gone ami with It many a glo rioui throng Hi work l on each brow Of happy dreams Its shadow In each heart In Its swift course It waved ll sceptre oer the beautiful And they are not It laid Its pallid hand Upon the strong man and the haughty form If fallen and the lathing eye It dim It trod the hall of revelry where thronged The bright and joyout and the tearful wall Of stricken onct It heard where crtt the tong And rccklctt thout resounded suspended not only becauso the valuo of cold has enormously increased as compared with the results of human laborbut becauso prices aro so low tliero is no temptation to invest tho money that Is now idle Tho only way to disperse the hard times is to cnlargo tho volume of primary money and this is precisely what Tho RepublicanVsound money friends are anxious to avoid Tho to the money gold dollar is sound sharks simply because it will command more than double tho products of human labor as compared with tho dollar of 18711 or indeed with tho dollar of Â¬ Â¬ glnville Miss Myrtle Norman has been indis Â¬ posed for several days and is quite ill at 1802 Tho pleasures and duties of spring aro now upon us Tho robin has como back come back to lull us while we take our morning nap these bright spring morn- Â¬ ings when sleep is tho sweetest of all The martin has returned from his long journey and again taken up quartern in his summer residence ly his twitter he seems to ask if we aro not glad to see him back again The npplo trees will soon be in bloom and a sweet perfume will be wafted on the breeze to remind us of the days when we loitered under these samo trees sho waiting for him to make the proposition Thcso are some of the pleasures of spring now about the duties The garden must bo planted and where is the man that does not love to work in his garden and well they love to watch the plows turn up the soil and enjoy the familiar odor of the plowed up ground It reminds them of their boyhood days when they followed the plowman to pick up angle worms and well can they remember the sensation tho cold ground produced to their barefeet And then another spring duty that men hanker for is house cleaning Ho loves to crawl around on his knees and take tho tacks out of tho carpet and tako down a few window curtains before ho And then it is such goes to his work a pleasure to como home at noon and find tho hall stacked bo full of furniture that ho cannot get in and when ho goes nround to tho back yard he sees his cook beating carpets and has not even begun dinner Ills good wife tells him that while ho is waiting for dinner he can tako down tho dinning room stove Any of us housekeepers can imagine the little dialogue that takes placo when tho wife goes into tho dinning room n littlo later and after the fog has cleared away sees her husband standing up in tho babys high chair with coal bucket in one hand and stove pipe in tho other He failed to get the buckot under the Hue and the soot ia on the lloor There is nobody on earth that enjoys spring poetry more than tho editors of newspapers as it comes pouring In from their country correspondents I imagine the supply this spring will bo abundant There aro doubtless many embryo poeta ntnong tho boys that are now struggling to find some word that will rhyme with Napoleon and many girls losing sleep trying to find something to rhyme with Trilby Every boy and girl has a poet Wo all remember It Wo can age easily call to mind our first attempt at poetry How wo got down our grammars and rhetorics to see what kind of verso wo should write and how wo were trou Â¬ bled to get tho proper number of words with tho proper accent in each verso And the greatest trouble of all was to get words that would rhymo and at tho samo time say what wo wished to say But if wo wish to enjoy spring in all ita beauty uud grandeur wo must go to the country to see and hear the brook- Â¬ let lately broken loose from its confine- Â¬ ment as it laughingly trickles down the hillside to Bee in the dlstanco tho cattle grazing on tho broad newly carpeted meadows and to have our olfactory nerv- Â¬ es saluted by the familiar odor that es Â¬ capes from the kettle where tho old woman is continually stirring her soap in ono direction with a sassafras stick Have you ever noticed how your sys tem seems to crave special asslntauco in Just tho help required Is tho Bpring given by Hoods Sarsaparllla Good Times and Hard Times The Springfield Iiepublican declares in dlect that tho only way for tho gold monometallism to meet tho arguments of tho advocates of silver is to club together and bring about good times Tlioro is no doubt whatever that this sort of a reply would bo very completo und very satisfactory Tho silver advo Â¬ cates would ask nothing better than this They aro contending for tho remonetlza- tion of silver not became thoy aro opposed to gold but becouso there Is not a sufficient supply of gold to serve as a basis of currency All tho paper money used in this coun- Â¬ try is based on an available supply of gold whlclf at the oulsldo amounts to about -- 50000000 The amiable director of the mint who holds his place through tho courtesy of tho gold gam Â¬ blers says that there Is a stock of fCOO 000000 of gold in tho United States but neither he nor any ono oLso knows where it is Sinco this estimate was mado about 100000000 has been exported and it ia Jmowa that tho New York banks do sot hold more tha 80000000 BiMltwas that is to say Uw bualuew or iwtgw and pfOeU la tiwt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wo are glad to observe that such newspapers as Tho Iiepublican are be Â¬ ginning to discuss the money question witli some degree of earnestness Our contemporary seems to be somewhat Impressed with tho argument of the gold standard men that prices have been cheapened as the result of improved machinery and other processes of production It is a littlo queer that Tho Republican does not perceive tho fatal defect of this argument which is that if prices weie low on account of improved methods and machinery prc ducers would bo in a high state of pros Â¬ perity and business booming for tho profits of production would be in a direct ratio with and proportion to the cheaper methods and machinery Thus if farmers could raise cotton or wheat at less than half the cost of production as compared with a few years ago the low prices which they now receive would represent good times instead of hard times and active trade instead of busi ness depression Nor does it follow that the procecsis of invention cheapens the goods in the market From 1850 to 1870 as econo- Â¬ mists know tho largest number of labor saving inventions was made but prices rose constantly until 187J5 when the demonetization of silver mado gold mon valuable and turned back the tide of the worlds progress The Republican discusses the relations of debtor and creditor in view of the en- Â¬ As far as its hancement of gold values study of the question goes our contemporary seems disposed to treat the matter fairly Hut it fails to realiza the fact that all debts are paid finally by tho products of labor Money is not wealth but the representative of the wealth that lies In the productive forcsof the world Any- Â¬ thing that unduly or unnecessarily cheapens and cripples these productive forcts exerts a baleful influence on sociTo say as The ety and civilization Hepubliean does that a man who de pends on tho products of his labor to pay his debts is In as good a position to pay his debts as ho ever was in spito of the cheapening of these products is utter nonsense It is tho same as Baying tiiat a man can pay a 100 debt as easily with SHO as ho can with 100 We advise Tho Republican to look into tho matter Atlanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ this time President Cleveland nnd cabinet pass ed through on a fprclal tranEevcral days since going south Mrs Anna Dellnven of llarrods Creek Ky was visiting at T J Uptons a fow days last week- Dentbt O K Wilson of Lousvllle was a pa sctiKer on No 8 Tuesday morn- Â¬ ing enriitito for home Mrs Henry Wheeler nnd littlo daugh Â¬ ter Kiln of Sonorn are lsiting their auDt Mrs T J Upton Mrs Win Johnson und little daughter Nellie ot Eliz tbethtown aro at the Cash IIouP tUltlng Mrs Johnsons Bister Â¬ Mrs Clabe Mrs M E Cosby who has been visit- Â¬ ing her daughter Mrs II C Rawllngs at Drandenburg nnd relatives in Eliza bethtown returned homo a fow days ago Mrs A J Upton has returned homo from Long Grove whero sho has been for several we ks attending tlio bediido We of her daughter Mrs R Warfield nrc glad to Itarn Mrs Wurfield if much Oh improved Dont roiin itt that Geo Rider is tho druggist Lite Upton is tho jeweler A J Upton is dealer In building ma terial Dillie Goddie and Rjbt Rider tell fur- Â¬ niture D S Handley Sou keep a complete line of Stoves Dixon Watkins keeps a full lino of family groceries always fresh Free Pills Send your address to II E Bucklen Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills A trial will convince you of their merits Tliete pills are easy in action and aro particularly effective in tlio cunt of Constipation and Sick Headache 1or Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable Tliev are guaranteed to bo nerfectlv free from every dekterioussub- otanco and to be purely wg- table They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to btoinaeh and bowels greatly invigorate tlio system Regular size 25c per box Sold by A R Fisher druggist Â¬ - HOLT Wheat looks bad fortius time of tho year Tlio peaches an all killed in this sec- Â¬ tion Health of this community is very good Items scarco this week Mrs Lula Cock roll is qulta sick at this writing Jim Alii of Moweaqun III is visiting here now -- John Kgarcy will move hero thU wetk fronl Branchvlllo Bud Beavln will move into his new house tlla week diss Mllburn of Cnnnelton was up on a business trip last Friday Miss Roto Polk will go to Eureka this week to visit her brother Edwin Polk Prof Howard UoyM and family moved to their farm on Deor Creek last week Mrs C P Polk sold ntrlo of Light Bratnas to Mr Israel Holder of Clover- port last week for 3 00 Cass Whitehead is busy buying and shipping potatoes hogs and cattle sinco tho ice is out of tho river Bill Winchell has moved his saw mill f oin the ferry landing onto the land bought ono halt ho has recently mile from the river We are glad to learn that Mr George Weatherholt an aged citlzeu hero and who has been in bad health this winter is improving slowly Preaching services at the Baptist church now every first and third Sun Â¬ day at 3 oclock p m Bro Rutledge of Cloverport being pastor yMrs Elizabeth Winchell accompanied by Misses Joaie Leal and Burnice White head went to Roekport last week to visit her daughter Mrs Hattle Winchell Potatoes aro selling from tho cellars to speculators nt o0 cents per bushel Those who bought last fall at cents will real ize a left handed profit unless the pricts chage for the better Prof Abe Powell of Ilawcsville was up last week looking for a place to locate We learn that he was successful and will locate hero in a short time We welcome him and his genial family in our midst lie will mora than likely teach our school it is hoped for years to come Ernest Beavln and Jim Stith left here Monday for Illinois whore they expect to spend tho summer A hearty shak Â¬ ing of hands and shedding of many tears in behalf omany friends of theirs was a touching scene at the Baptist Sunday cehool last Sunday Till Groves has returned from Indiana- Â¬ polis from official duties Ho says he succeeded in getting to bo speaker of tho lowcror third house which was a cellar in time of the riot He is iooking quite well and says if offered a position under Congicssmnn tlect Heincnwny as his private secretary it is not certain yet whether he will accpt or not FrankV nlon ywhilomovirg his house hold plunder by means of skiff from up in tho narrows down to Ezera Lambs landing capsized nnd barely escaped drowning with his family His bedding and chatties wero completely drericlied witli water and Frank has been very busy firing for nearly a week night and day to get things dried out at tho chilrch an Saturday VWvvtftragf Highest Quality of AIL night wai quite n succers W M Baikt tt nnd wlfo visited Mr nnd Mrs Robert Ilendrlck on Sunday Rev Muddox failed to fill his regular appointment on tho third Saturday and Sunday on account of la grippe Miss Carrie Davis of Paynrsvllle who hash un visiting her tUtir Mrs J V Kerriik for the past week has returned home Ben Ben ley of Sirocco fills his regular appointment overy first and third Sunday ntnceitain place in this neigh- Â¬ borhood There Beeius to be some attraction at Brandonburg for Jess Herndon for he lini mado regular Sunday trips ever sinco Christmas Mr Jako Cowley has purchas d a bran now cooking ttove at the cost of C9 Rumor says tliero will bo a wtddlng dinner cooked on it before long W M Baskctt tells a good joke on one Says ho traded a of his neighbors horse for a yoko ot cattlo and gave a plow and a sack of corn to boot nnd olTered tho gentleman a nights lodging There is a young man who resides about two miles north west of here who has spent the former part of his life in fox hunting but now ho has taken to Success to you Will I deer hunting wish you good luck in your change Â¬ t Qjumbia Bicycles Tie Standard for All tOi8rUTHBEST jMfi Have you feasted your eyes upon the beauty and grace of the 1895 Columbias Have you tested and cornpared them with all other makes Only by such testing can you know how fully the Columbia justifies its proud title of the Standard for the World 1QQ f3yPbh Hartford Bicycles next best sell for 80 and 60 quality for boys 0 in E W Bagby a prominent lnwyer of Paducah Ky Bays that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ ing cough when all things elso failed Its a new remedy for nil coughs For sale by Short A Ilaynes Cloverport Dr It II McMullln McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras GCo Hoyser Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky and girls sizes C POPE MFG CO HARTFORD BRANOH STORCSl oc Conn General Otflcea and Factories C ROCK HAVEN Mrs D Preddy who has been San Francisco Boston Providence New York Chicago Buffalo AN ART CATALOOUB of these famous wheels free at any Columbia Agency or will be mailed for two 2 cent stamps c tho sick list Is out again Â¬ A severe rheumatic pain in tho left shoulder had troubled Mr J II Ioper a well known druggist of Des Moines At times Iowa for over six months the pain was so severe that he could not With all ho could do ho lift anything could not got rid of it until lie applied I only Chamberlains Pain Balm made three applications of It he Bays And have aince been free from all pain He now recommends it to persons similarly ailllctcd It is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kinchcloo Hoard Hardinsburg Ky Â¬ WOLF CREEK Miss Kittle Chapel who came from Littlo Bend to attend school lias been ofllictcd with mumps and returned home Mr Will Kelly has rented of W D Smith his lower farm known as Fair view coi The young peoples meetings seem to bo the attraction of the day While thoy aro not as spiritual as they should bo yet there is interest manifested and wo liopo much good to bo derived from the searching of tho Word and the pre- Â¬ sentation of the same Tho Third Quarterly meeting for this week will occupy the lost Saturday and Sunday in this month We trust our presiding elder Rev S C Allen will come in the fulness of tlio blessing of tho Gospel as usual and may God be glorified and the church edified Havo you read a book titled Frjm Mr Faulkner tho ball room to hell tho author of same Is an tx dancing master lato professor of the Los Angeles Dancing academy and ex president tf tlio Dancing Masters Association of the Pacific coast He says I began to danro at tlio age of twelve aud havo spent most of my life sinco that time until within a few months in dancing parlors and For tho last six years I academies have been a teacher of dancing and for several years held tho championship of tho Pacific coast in fancy and round He Is now soundly connect- Â¬ dancing ed aud geeks through the medium of this little book to warn young people Ills aim now against learning to danco is to get fouls connected to God anoth AM brand snatched from tho burning glory to Him Who is able to save tho May all vilest and to tlio uttormost who lovo to danco be benefited by tho reading of this book or by the umilion of It for which purposo it is made Now let ua close with a selection from HU word with which to comfort our hraita But my Ocd for tho coming week shall supply all your needs rccorllng to His riches In glory by Christ Jesus and to him be al the glory Let alt the peo Â¬ Christian ple say Amen Farmers aro very busy with their spring work John Hall Skillman was hero a fow days last week Mrs Mary Klaubir Louisville is vis Itlng rulativcs here Dan Dick Addison was tho guest of Miss Brook Tinius Sunday W A Smith of Owensboro is tho gue6t of Miss ForrieHardin Charles Riedel was in Cannelton aud Tell City on business Thursday Misses Annie and Daisy Cox were visiting relatives near here lust week Tho public road leading from this placo to Cloverport is in a bad condition Walter King was the guest of Miss Lydia Boultinghouso Addison Sunday Quite n number from tills placo have been attending tho It c tares at tho Cath olic church at Cloverport Misses Amanda and Graco Tate Tc blnsport wero visiting friends and rola tives here Saturday and Sunday Miss Amanda Tinius who has been visiting her sister Mrs Huser at Owens boro for several weeks returned home Saturday Its no wonder wo have such rough weather One ot our prophets moved away not long since aud tho other ono refuses to talk ou tho subject Steve PurrEd Tobln and Tom San- dridge of Mooleyvllle wero hero ono day and night last week They wero going to Daviess county to work Gkntikjikn Mr Will Skillman has He has tried had soro eyes for years many doctors and remedies and has always failed to got relief until we sold him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve which cured him inside of ono Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey sells week well aud cures Respectfully M Miivau A Co You dont tell mo that I am the prettiest woman at tho reception as you Mr Georgo Dow wl o had one of his used to pouted Mrs Snagfes No SOLICITING FOR limbs amputated is able to go around replied her husband you must remem- Â¬ again ber that I joined tho church only two Protective Whats tho matter Edgar You rido weeks ago AND so much through tho week you havo to prfVyaAyefteyAayeyfryftyayrf a change horses Collection Agency Mr J W Richardsons new house is THIS IS NO HUMBUG in progress We guess his stay in Rock Ha ven will not be long BIG PAY TO THE RIGHT MAN Mr R N Hudson was In our town Headquarters BOWLING GREEN KY Friday Tho railroad bojs a o always glad to see Mr Hudson out i Our school will bo out next Friday or Wo are sorry to give Mr Ilorryman up as he is a very popular young man Mr John Allen of Louisville but for- Â¬ Capital Stock 25 000 merly of this place is visiting Monds means so much more than Surplus 7 600 and relatives in this neighborhood Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old you imagine serious and B F BEAKD President living at C18 Monroe street Paducah ReV Chas Wilson of Indiana will WILL MllLER Vloe Presldent tatal diseases result lrom Ky says that Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey preach at tho school house on the third M II BEARD Cashier is the best grip cure cough luug and Sunday in April Everybody come out triflinc ailments netrlected -- V o O W BEAKD J bronchial remedy that bos been offered One word for the News and I will Don t play with Nature s MORRIS ESKRIDUE Dire tors to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ close We take it and would be lost tl M JVliUX greatest gift health teed and sold by Short Hay nes Clove j without it Wo never pick this littlo INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Ifyouarefeelinc M port DrRHMoMulllnMcDanlels out of tort j weak J homo paper up unless we hear something Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Con Â¬ hauited neivous iPEEDY aad XASTINQ RESULTS stantly A Taylor Rosetta Drury Ben have no appetite and cant work A Co Bewleyville W E Brown nett bee In at once tak ing the most rella- - J Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Gar S UIC IlICnEIIICUIIIK V IKKM nm jny injurious substauce aT field Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky THE GREATEST CURATIVE JtluVlhl s UX01 ABSCKHB SIB5CIS mor 1 I I 11 I prown aviv v- iron uuWe GUARANTEE a CURE or relund tour money AGENT KNOWN Price 81300 per bottle Send 4c or treatise tin cure benefit SIROCCO HIKMONT MEDICAL CO Boston fllnss comes from the We havo had such n hard winter we hope spring will soon appear Mr Haden Miles of this place spent a few days in the city this week Miss Mattie Dow visited her sister this week Come again Mattie WM 0 ALLEN Ky 00m0060 Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford Bicycles Cloverport Agents Wanted Lovings -- Y3 In Poor if- a Health Browns Irrm mm BANK HAHDHTSBUHG 4 ELEGTROPOISE OPIUM HABIT CURED SFAT PEOPLEX Buras Ky Sutherlands Eagle EyoSalvo has done a gr nt deal more for mo than can bo W II Skillman told by pon January 15 1M3 liuiiAB Ky Saleimen Wanted Good wages to sell our uuiscry stock Wo will havo for Apply for terms Spring and fall 1815 an immense stock of apple pear peach plum Apricot Also small fruits cherry urape etc shade and ornamental trees roses etc We make a specialty of wholesaling to Wo will sell to largo planters direct Prof P B Hayes was at our oiilee one day tliis week O II Morgan spent several days in Louisville this week W Heath Gray of Oak Grove spent Sunday with S C Jones Mrs II W Ilickerson has been quite indisposed for several weeks Miss Lottio Dugan is making up a spring school at Pleasant Groye J S Hutchison has gone to Louisville tq purchase a photographers outfit J L Atwill has rented Stevo Wests farm and will batch there this season Tho little daughter of Frank Hardesty who was quito sick last week has recov ered S L Morgan wife and little daughters spent Sunday witli W G Smith and family Mrs Lyman Fleshman of Mauckport Ind is spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs WJt Miller Mis Mamie Berry man will begin a subscription school at this place March 25 Success to you Mamie in your new venture S S Miller of Paynesvlllo has rented what is known as tho Buford farm now owned by II C Woodson and is moving in this week Two of our old bachelors wiro over- Â¬ hear 1 planning a trip to the homo of two fair daughters on Tick Ridge next Sunday These trips are blng mado ri jht fr queutly of lato Tho old adage It nt wr raina but it pours was certainly verified lattSunday when Mr and Mrs D H Neafus and daughters Ida aud Delia Mr and Mrs J K Wiles and little Eva Pickenpaugh Mr and Mrs O II Morgan and little sou and It 1 Bowley took dinner with Â¬ Bittprs Hi w WW mmmr uuseif ttain your tttlk aud Ita pleasant to take very nrsi J 117 j M n j1ti--3iT- E Six weeks uso of tho Glcctropoiso cured a friend of tho opium habit It also benefited mo a great deal I Buffer Â¬ ed with kidney trouble Rv W Bruce Hopkinsville Ky It Cures j yyowEN lllf ul f It exrx ids more money In the Interest of Its One nights uso of tho Electropolse Employi cnl Department than half the business collegei in the south take in as tnlion It is gave me relief brain congestion and strongl ndorseil b Hankers Merchants and United keepers vertigo I have been a well man over practical bookrates of all over the Cheap Mates board tuition llcatonable 600 students past year Rev Georgo II Means Coving- Â¬ Open to both sexes since and Territories It has repreientingrf States ton Ky also prepared books for sent on 60 days trial From the editorial columns of tie Western Recorder If there is any truth Get only the eenulne It has crossed red tttry in men and women it does Indeed bene Â¬ P lines on the wranner ol All others are sub two 2c stamps we stitutes On receipt Formula A for recent eaee will send set of Ten Beautiful World fit in hundreds of cases of all kinds of Formula 11 rr wore severe eates Fair Views anil book free Tor vrrr orvrrr enees of lone staadloff Formula A friend who hud sulTered sickness nnrtti nwuww w unitiimvn pnvnn fupiiin fr nil Tiiinnr MO frloe Xaefc 1200 Per Box or 3 Boxes for tS OO Correspondence solicited long with nervous prostration wrote that Reference furuuhed A THE ROYAL CHEMICAL CO A gentloman in tho it had cured her 103 BROADWAY CINCINNATI O city who a year ago seemed to havo I only a few days of life left him by con- Â¬ sumption has greatly improved has POSITIONS GUARNTEED been abletogoonunintrrupted with his under reasonable conditions Ho not V It can Two other personal friends not be done until you send for free 120 pare business DRAUOHTOHS PRACTICAL said nothing had ever dono so much for catalogue BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of Snoit Nothing has ever hand Typewriting and Telegraphy thoir rheumatism NASHVILLE TENN received so many testimonials from trust- Â¬ J WEEKS by Praughtons method nf teach- Â¬ ing book keeping Is equal to 12 WEEKS bj worthy persons old method m Dyspepsia Neuralgia Constipation Malaria Kidney and Liver Troubles Bad Blood Nervous ailments Womens complaints Dr LelKovs A FUCRRHEA orWHiTsTG IU immediate ruief and permanent cure bousing from rim- - J ou can treat yourself ut home N Ihysician n imontrnience The Wafers leceuary Mnpaln ireapnlied locally diwnUiniranddistribulitiidrectly jpon the nulicted parts We guarantee An absolute ooe The lull treatment coosita of jure in three formulas A II and C Uterine Wafo JS lfArfajftnlfliA FACTS Â¬ - tl a ElectropoIse put out on trial for four months for 10 Send for valuable nashrilltIt Tenn cash I5 for vacancies as book pavs N 11 keeprrSiStenogrsphers teachers etc reported book free provided It fills saue WEBB DUBOIS Coffe eEeeHomlziri SOU fourth Avmiiin Ioiiltvllle Kjr Doblea AluminumCOFFEE POT FITS ANY Wo Kaw nuU w siu Free Trial --KsHthrtI Sivea clean tulda guarantee our s Invn you lienevel your Sulncrlii liltcaens wo i H STUDY HOME When vou write explain your wants1 Address J f Oraughon Prett 1 y3J PENNYROYAL tloiifor --41 I8U3 mmmimmmi j M A u r0ODOiniser w iiib newer uhkiuii Price wit purchaser one WMrksl Post Eh each rree If not utl Pld UUU trial can andreturned and bo f acurr 1 110 Mrs Win Uewloy A now theory in the treatment ot coughs luug and bronchial afTtctions has befin advanced by the manufacturers of Jr Bolls Pinq Tur Honey It is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sell For sale responsible parties and take note payable it on u positive guarantee in six twelve and eighteen months by Short A Ilayncs Cloverport Dr Wrlto us for wholesale prices Address R II McMullln 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