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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Wi JJnLJLy 1Zim ito BRECKENRIDG B NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 1895 NO 37 monded aa a convenient means of making a forced loan fiom the people but a Government should indeed bo in a des porato position whlth Venturis thus to break all social contracts and relations which it was created to preserve A forced loan is one that compels tho people to givo something of valuo for something of no valuo or llttlo value yet J II A thinks thoy aro all against mo Dr Wayland says in his Pollt Econ pago 251 Tho precious metals as instruments of exchange would havo been introduced and employed as money as thoy were in tho time of Abraham had governments no agency at all in tho matter Wosco then that the metals derive their use as money from their inherent fitness and not from tho agency of government Economists aro against me J II Walker in his Mouey Trade Vo must and Banking page 09 says assuino that the precious metals have in themselves intrinsic value that they are tho most concentrated form of wealth and measuro tho value of all other commodities by their own Intrinsic valuo Superstition Jevon says Even tho best informed government departments cannot be trusted to Judgo wisely and impartially when more monoy is needed J II A says any fool could tell that Iticard says Tho whole chargo for paper money may bo considered as seigniorage A bank note may be con sidered as a piece of money on which tho seigniorage amounts to all its value Tho limits beyond which a Boigniorage cannot bo advantageously extended aro tho actual expense incurred in manu- Â¬ facturing tho coin Iticard certainly teaches that it is not advantageous to issue paper money I could quote authors to tho same effect for any length of time in fact no politi- Â¬ cal economist who has written on economy teaches anything else than money must havo an inherent valuo First Could this government do all its business on tho Populists paper monoy alone Was thoro over any money Second which wgj not created by the government Third Would the people bo obliged to do without monoy If all laws respect- Â¬ ing money were repealed Fourth Is all our money legal tender Fifth Will anything circulate as money which is not a legal tender Let J II A answer these questions I have two moro articles I would bo glad to writo on this part of the subject ono on how money is regulated as to quantity and quality the other on tho history of paper money and then I will close- - un Â¬ less J II A has moro questions to pro- Â¬ pound RPS Â¬ Â¬ VOL XIX KEEPING CONSTANTLY AT IT BRINGS SUCCESS IN ADVERTISING i My friend is not satisfied with my What answer to tils Blxtli question makes tho bullion in a gold dollar wotlh the faco valuo of tho coin Tho bullion in a gold dollar hai utility In Roply to J H A Tolls Why Gold and si nee it costa labor to proouro It vauo thcreforo arises Tho amount of Is a Legal Tondor IU valuo Is measured by tho quantity of goods for which it will exchange and sinco tho coin will exchange for tho Govern- siirao quantity it therefore follows that And Why Tho Stamp of they liavo the samo value ment Is Nocossary to J II A in answer to my first question says that tho quantity of money in any Mnko It So Of community is regulated by law course J II A is not responsible for his ignorauce of economic questions for he Any Article of Value May Bo Usod reads after writers whoso works may bo purchased at the rate of twenty volumes to Pay Debts But to Givo 1 R PS A JACKSON DEMOCRAT the Old School Says Free Coinago Is What He Has Seen Standing For for Yearf Of Â¬ Caster Democrats All Endorse It CARPETS 20 C0 for SVj A k - Gr y i r Thcso books contain garbled extracts economist whose view s thoy wholly misrepresent and J II A in re hashing these shoots wide of tho mark Francis It Must Be Stamped By Govern- A Walker whom J II A considers good authority says on the quantity of money ment We have seen that the quantity of money required in any community bears no constant ratio to the population it is This Is Dono But for One Purposo not determined by tho amount of wealth nor the amount of production but it is to Still Disputes Betweon determined by the amount of trade tho Dobtor and Creditor habits of the people tho degrco in which credit extends the efficiency of tho laws for collection the amount of travel tho Â¬ Getting After J H As Rocord As state of tho roads tho celerity and certainty of the postal and telegraph ser- Â¬ vices the commercial and banking insti- Â¬ An Economist tutions which exist and the seasons so that no one can say in advanco what amount of money a community should SaysHis ExtractsAre Garbled From possess to do its business It P S thinks tho pssple havent got senso enough to Writers Whose Books Can Bo attenar their own business Purchased at the Rate of Hear what Jevon says J II As favorite author The truo answer to all such Twenty for complaints that no one can tell how how much currency a nation requires and that to attempt to regulate its quan- Â¬ Fools Rush In Where Angles Fear tity is the lost thing which a statesman Again ho says should do Wo Bhall To Tread find that to ns ascertain how much money is needed by a nation is a problem In- Â¬ volving many unknown quantities so My IlAnDiNsiiuita Ky Mr Editor that a sure solution can nover be obtain- Â¬ friend docs not seein to think that ho ed misrepresented nib in attributing to me J II A thinks ho could regulate it with- Â¬ the statement that gold only is money out tho least trouble Fools rush in He has failed to show where I used whore angels fear to tread such language or any thing like it It Tope says The learned are happy may ho that he is ignorant of language nature to explore fools are happy that or that he Is afllicted with a malady that they know no more 1b said to prevent Populists from accur- Â¬ J II A says Tho paper in the dollar ately stating the position of an opponont that the lopulista stand for will when Wo will notico J II As questions first stamped by tho government always stand What made that bar of gold First at par to be money to bo legal tender Stand at par with what aud with what Thfe question involves a fallacy It is quantity Please answer asked on the assumption that all legal J II A says ho has not read all tho tonders are money and that ill money is economists a legal tender both of which are false at He does not write like he had read times Silver certificates are money but any of them not legal tenders I will oak him to givo all tho fuuctlons The stamp of the government makes of money as laid down by any author gold legal tender and tho metal value that he may have read tho name of tho wim me stamp maices t money author and tho pago on which they may A legal tender Is whatever the law de- Â¬ be found J II A says the gold dollar clares must be received in requital of a with tho stamp is worth 100 cents aud debt While- thousands of debts are paid leaving ofT the fraction 0393 which ho by articles without the legal tender says is a mistake tho bullion without quality yqt to prevent disputes and liti- Â¬ tho stamp In a gold dollar is worth 100 gation money usually has this quality cents I owe A a debt when I como to pay Will J II A tell us how much value him he may demand moleskins instead tho stamp adds to a gold dollar and if of silver and it may be that I cannot the stamp bo smashed will all value procure tho skins so he still holds me as Do not ovado the question be lost his debtor and deals with me according- Â¬ Wo havo given J II A on his kind of ly If instead of paying him in silver Â¬ A Walker Ely Say I offer him rags and insist that he must money F Bagehot and Burko Hamil ton Horr all of take them or nothing I dofraud him whom are against him To settle this dispute between debtor Wo will give him a few more Lander and creditor the law comes in find in dale says in his Depreciation Proved to both parties names an article Justico pago 70 Some intrinsic valuo or other which is sufficiently abundant to make it must be found out to form the basis of easily procured by the debtor and at the paper money for without that it is same time sufliclontly valuable that the impossible to fix any standard for denom- Â¬ may purcboso with it the article creditor inations contained in paper he wishes t6 use Prof Bowen Pollt Econ page 203 nwtal valuo makes the cold a The says If money is to measure value It medium of exchange a value denomina- Â¬ must itself possess valuo tor and a store of value Will Second J II A asks Can any article work J II A give us tho page and the in which his quotations from Jevon whatever bo raonoy before it receives and Illcards aro found also the pago in tho stamp of government by authority of Jevon- in his work on the Britannica law money page 31 says In ordor that Not in the full meaning of money for monoy may perform some of its functions without the stamp it will not settle the sub- Â¬ dispute between debtor and creditor as it is important that it bo mado of a of the explained above and hence it will not stance valued highly in all parts world v fill one function J II A thinks the economists are But it will and does perform all the against me Jevon says again pago 75 other functions of money We could ayold any chance of ambiguity I use any article of value as a measure of To shall substitute tho expression metalic value without the legal tender quality Â¬ We could aud do pay debts every day yalue for Intrinsic value and I shall dis tinguish this from the legal value My with articles not stamped An article of value withqut the legal tender quality friends quotation that Jevon does not may bo usod as a medium of exchange believe in intrinsic value wholly mis liia views and hundreds of articles for thousands of represents He either intentionally misrepresented years have been so used An article of Jevon or did so ignorantly by copying value without the stamp may be used as garbled quotations from his twenty vol- Â¬ a store of valuo The stamp then is umes for 1100 library Tho issue of needed but for one purpose to settle the Jevon says page 230 paper money lias ofton been recom- dispute between debtor and creditor Third J II A asks Where lies the moBdy function In the metal or iu the A WOMANS BURDENS are Itetitemd wbea be turn to tbe right The dsbt payiBg function when need medietas Tbe chroulo Tteakixaet delicate disorders tbat ed lies in the stamp the others value tWrangNHCnta awl palHful by Dr Pierces Afflict bar mx aro cumi denominator medium of exchange and favorite PnwerlnUoa In bearing down MHNatioai periodical pahw ulceration in store of yalu lie iu the metal value flanunaHon and every kindred alkaent Its Fourth J II A asks If placing the a peeitfve remedy stamp on gold makes It a Uge1 tender why when placed on paper k not it a on flfiflflanaBnfc Dr R V Buirte N Vl rife r VMrmr foaaal Under Please aeeept rar JJl A salwe the same mistake hero Mnk for the geod your MMdtoiata bare 4ott far quality la Mppoefag tbaf the leal I truly beMeve tbe aw FnTOrlle PreMrinMea a tU aaly jJMaotfoa of money eared my He ft k a wit Iper wowld be a legal Under a well UFSWmSt fft and aarfaUn eure I in having perfeet health I a I gold if the goyerpwrt atawpod it e ant Meet and eaa do all mr wMieework stamp gives H bat oaa well bat the hverjr Invalid lady fuMttoau Mine imam RiSJlC lUMt Had J II A studied jnUtisai etoMwy IMM Marti llll I ItJiMHMV TWCATB aotifk to know the lunations of money be would not continually sunk this U ak MONRy aurrvMMato It Logal Tender Valuo from Â¬ 1 Â¬ f Custkh March 24 Mn Editor see in the Bkeckenridog NbAs of March 13th tho platform as laid down by you which says Frco coinago of both gold nud silver at tho ratio of 10 to 1 For tho Issue of all paper motley by tho Government without tho intervention of banks and opposition to any issue of I CARLOADS storks of two buildings ou Jefferson and Green bet Fourth and Fifth LOUISVILLE KY FRUIT OF Now unpacked filling four RICHEST THE LOOM interest bearing bonds without tho au Â¬ thority of a special act of Congrats You ask Democrats to givo their vlows and as I am ono of tho Jacksbn stamp I will givo you mlno notwithstanding I havo been called first a Mugwump next a Calamity Howler and last a Republican just becauso I have been demanding the policy embraced in your platform for five years and would not endorse this galvanized mugwump De- Â¬ mocracy but claimed tho Democracy of our foro fathers who endorsed your platform and on which every Demo Â¬ cratic President ever elected in tlieso except G rover United States stood Cleveland When the Cleveland De Â¬ mocracy catno Into life and swallowed up Jackson and Jefferson I was just in the fix my father was in tho year 1850 Ho was a Whig up to that time Then tho Know Nothlngs swallowed up the Whigs and he fell in with the Democrats just as I did when this galvanized mugwump Democracy was forced on tho party I sought the only National party then left But friend John keep this in mind When thoao Mugwump Demo Â¬ crats that left us true Democrats como back like you propose we are here yet We never go after strange gods mid say here is the nay Now brother John I think I can Bay brother as you havo como back to us thero is no use for me to say to you that all of us true Democrats havo been preaching to thoso who twent after Grover Cleveland and John Sherman on this financial plank to come back for you know it Tell tho boyt wo will ro ceive them back as tho Father did tho Prodigal son Now Mr Editor when you was whoop- Â¬ ing up this galvanized Mugwump DemocracyweJru JjKison Democrats wore sticking to our text as did Jackson when ho vetoed tho bank act and as Paul said for this cause wo aro arrainged Just eay to the boys when they quit Bheumatism Cared Itheumatisin is caused by lactic acid in nominating candidates for oilico because the blood attacking the fibrous tissues of they say thoy are Democrats but dont the joints Keep your blood pure and know tho first principles of Democracy healthy and you will not have rheuma- Â¬ and come back we aro with them tism Hoods Sarsaparllla gives tho but if not wo will do like we did in tho blood vitality and richness and tones tho cose of John W Luwis when four thou Â¬ whole body neutralizes tho acidity of sand Democrats in this district voted for him becauso his opponent claimed tbe the blood and thus cures rheumatism true Democracy but voted different Hoods Pills are tho best after dinner Lincoln said you cant fool all tho pills assist digestion cure headache people all tho timo but J ou can fool some people all the time RAYMOND Now in conclusion I will say that I have searched all the records to find ono Spring has come at last Democratic resident that did not indorse Farmers aro very late sowing their tho platform you suggest or rather tho oats nlnffnrm Mint wi tlm Rnrnllnd rnlflmllv Mrs Anna West is very ill at Sfinowera jiavo aiwaya stood on And writing v further Brother John I read the plat- Â¬ He v Joe Duggius spent Saturday night form in the Nkwb to one of those G M with Mr J F Claycomb De in our town and ho said you was If you want a cheap receipt to make going oyer to the Republican party but pies call on Mrs J E Mercer I dont believo it and my prayer is for Misses Janio and Cora Hendry attend Â¬ you not to mako that mistake but come back to our Democracy tho Jackson ed church at Walnut Grove Sunday Mr T O Claycomb I wish you and Democracy I havo investigated tho sentiments of your beautiful brldo all tho happiness the true Democrats up hero on your this life affords Will Tom Allen and sister Miss Etta platform and have failed to find ono who May of Preston attended church at opposes it You can say that if that platform is adopted when Custers voto Walnut Grove Sunday Miss Dollie Claycomb returned homo is counted It wont be like the sixth of 04 but you will seo Jackson Monday after a two weeks visit to her Nov Democracy on lop cousin Miss Alice Board Now be pleased to let mo ono timo Mr and Mrs Sandy Hendry and little daughter Pauline called on Mr and moro warn you not to let tho Convention when it meets adopt this Grover and Mrs J E Mercer Sunday If you do Miss Allio Frank a charming young John Sherman Democracy lady of Louisville visited her sister Mrs the sixth of November is laid in the If that wont off J E Mercer last week Come again shade pleasethoso us know at once como to let back so if Miss Allio Preston and Brandenburg I enjoy read Â¬ thero Is a Convention us truo Jefferson ing your lotters very much each week Democrats want to get to it jf not ono I eagerly scan tho columns for your in Â¬ more election will seal their destiny Yours as ever teresting items Geokqk Harmed Henry Coshman is working for Isaac Norton near Hardinsburg now Henry Gkmtlemkn Mr Will Sklllman has Ib very popular among tho ladles and I had sore oyes for years Ho has tried know they hate for him to go out of the many doctors and remedies and has neighborhood always failed to get reliof until we sold Mr and Mrs Bloom Parr and Miss him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Nellie Shaw attended church at Walnut Salve which cured him inside of ono Grovo Sunday aud spent tho remainder Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Bella week of tho day vory pleasantly with Mr aud well and cures Respectfully Mrs Will Gibson M Mkymh Co Itev Joe Dugglne of Harned will January 15 1805 Bursa Ky preach at Walnut Grove this year We Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve lias dono aro all very much pleased with him He a great deal moro for me than can be is a plain self made man That la what old by pen W H Skillman we want We are tired of the Seminary Bubab Ky preachers oeo O M0QUETTES VELVETS WILTONS 1 t I ft TAPESTRY 3 PLY INGRAIN ART SQUARES RUGS t t t n S H 0 t All Consignments of Bu6ted Factories on which heavy cash advances have been made They must go Prices from zero down Factory valuo totally ignored This is tho peoples picnic and the factories funeral o Mapiiiaetnreif nmnmj Freight Paid 200 Miles from nmsvi Up W Aptg ShTxM The Monroo Doctrine In stirring times when patriotic senti- Â¬ net UU CENTS B ONLY A BIG SHOE SALE B ments aro revived patriotic hopes re Â¬ kindled and patriotic impulses predomi- Â¬ nant it is well to recall tho sago and prophetic words of thoso early American statesmen whoso counsels have been fol lowed with honor credit and advantago to tho republic President Monioo was elected in 1810 and in 1820 ho was re olected Chili de Â¬ clared its independence of Spain in 1810 Paraguay in 1811 Columbia then in- Â¬ cluding Venezuola in 1810 Mexico in 1821 Peru in the samo year aud Brazil revolted from Portugese domination in 1822 Tho other States of Soutli and Central America notably Argentina had followed in tho fooUteps of tho United States by freeing themselves from European control and the covert propo- Â¬ sition to re establish it evoked from tho President theso words part of his annual message to tho Eighteenth Congress on Dec 2 1823 Weowe it to candor and to tho ami cablo relations existing betweon tho United States and tho allied powers to declaro that wo should consider any at Â¬ tempt on their part to extend their sys Â¬ tem to any portion of this hemisphere as dangerous to our peace and safety With tho existing colonies or dependencies of any European power we havo not inter- Â¬ fered and shall not interfero but with tho Governments which havo declared their independence and maintained It and whose indopendenco wo havo on great consideration nnd just principles acknowledged wo could not nlovv an in Â¬ terposition for oppressing them or con- Â¬ trolling in any other manner their des Â¬ tiny by any European power in any other light than as a manifestation of an unfriendly disposition toward tho United States That is tho Monroe Doctrine Such was tbe position not only of tho Presi Â¬ dent but also of tho peoplo of the Unit- Â¬ Such is tho position ed States then positive and irrevocable of the people of tho United States now Tho liberty of a sovereign people wrested from the ty Â¬ ranny of an alien Government or local despotism aud duly recognized by tho United States cannot bo interfered with afterward wlthoutinjury to this republic N Y Sun I want every man and woman to tbo UnlUd Bute lnUreiUd In the Opium and Wbliky habit to bavo on of my booki on ttieie dlt eaict Addretf 11 M Woollejr Atlanta Cla Vox set ana one will be tent joa freo NOTICE Remarkable Book A Good COINS Financial School a book for everybody who de Â¬ sires to know the facts about fiance Sweet Thing S H It ia 0 E With ovory pair of Shoes you aro entitled to a guess card Guess the number of seeds in s H 0 E S A aul currency Pumpkin 3 Prizes Offered First best Guess Second 200 100 CO II YOU WANT TO KNOW All About Gold IK YOU WANT TQ KNOW s 10 10 7K K EiLID Silver A L All About lbs sugar L El KEAJD IK YOU WANT TO KNOW Third wo aro E All About Currency Additional to our prizes giving somo great bar Â¬ gains in our I2EIAnD 10 IK YOU WANT TO KNOW Shoe Department 10 save you money on tho purchase of a pair of Shoes What Causes the Hard Times BEAD It givo Well is a book for the peoplo and will them moro correct information about Gold Silver ad Currency Thats Just Not All as likely you may bo ono of tho lucky three This offer will close April 10th 1605 i Everlasting bargains at tho Than will bo found in any book on political economy It is so plain aud simple that any ono can easily understand it It is a book for the business inn Great Bargain Store the professional man the farmer nnd the laboring man It was writ GEO YEAKEL CO MUNDENBURU KY ton in tho interest of each of them Democrat Whether Republican or Populist every man who votes should read it 11K bUlUJ YOU TO CAM OU SKNDKOIllT COST IT WILL lOSTlAIIJ THE CELEBRATED Only 25 Cents Jno D BIG SHOE SALE GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT CO KENTUCKY OWEWSBORO FARM WAGON Babbage OLOVEUPOHT KYi JOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY Alio Wholcule and HeUll Dcilcri In tkr Ei PIERCE 4sr CURE ok lUvtdy enree Piles or bo nay required shade and ornamental trees roses etc We make a specialty of wholeeallBtr to It is guaranteed to give perfeet snUs large planters direct VVe will sell to faetioa or money refunded Frioe W responsible artea aud take note payable jonts per box For sale by A K Fisher in six twelve ami eighteen mouths Writo ns for whoJesale prices Address UTUjuu Nuasany Co Dr Prk Bnkjpe PwW Chhi Wiwletr Tenn Weds Pfeif ttnnt Mdel end ftnVlenM 8aleea Wanted Good wages to sell our nutsery stock The Best Wagon mado for Farm Baeklefii Arnica Halve We will have for Tbe limt Salvb In the world for Cute Apply for terms use and other Fanning Spring and fall 169 an immense stock Bruises Sores Uleen SaltRheutaFever of apple pear peach plum Aprieot Sores Tt4erChapp4d HandsChilblalns Implomonta etc Also small fruits Come and all Skin Emptiest and poe cherry giape FOR SALE BY WORMS YEANS Haa lad all WORM Ramadle EVERY MTTLE IUARANTEEI BMMilMOf Yellow Pin ShlnglM Flooring and Ceiling Lalh Lhae Hair CeMt Salt BuI1Hb Erlek vermifuge 20 FOR Miiu y aii nKVwuvrn HKMUlTS T WHITES CREAM Dwi aad all klads or ad Bllwtt Malarial ami mm Soli Aetata for 1Y MLOTHUN HsmsitMB Ortlw Fertilizer tit Tray j MM MMwaUJ with ranittr i V jfc vr fjrwifvwfTr-vpipr- THE Breckenridge News Jno D V TvHJWOWlWlwlTSvWf BRHOKBNRIDQE1 NRW8 OLOYREPORTr KY - iMBMIWBBMB v irw Tr y WRP1 j H HARDINSBURG L H BRANDENBURG No church iu town last Sunday Mrs James Lewis was in Louisville last week Mr Geo Yeakel Is at the store again after a visit to his family SAMPLE UNION STAR 0 Bstbsgs Editors in 3 Froptictri W TIME TABLE OOIVO WEDNESDAY APRIL U 1805 Bnbiorlptlon Price 100 a Yesr In Adrsncs If PU at the End of thn Teat 3125 WEST AST Paiianger Dallj rr Uardlnibargl3il2 pm OOINO Paisanger Dally arr Hardlnibart- - 7i40 am Seo SIX PAGES Thk Republican State Leauuo mocta at J A Witts clothing Court of claims this wcok OnrcnBboro May 1 Browns excursion next Saturday Jcsso Miller Sample was hero last Tub only way to ovcrcorao these hard Friday Do n times Is to doublo your energy Vic Bowmcr Clovcrport was hero last little moro hustling If business dont Sunday come to you go out after It Miss Hattie May has returned fiom Webster people of this Notwithstanding the If you want a stato certificate attend section are standing as It were under gold bug press of Breckcnrldgo Noraal tho drippings of the Miss Tlda Mercer returned from Hop Louisville n majority of thcrn aro for klnsville last Saturday free gold and silver Notice Farties wanting empty hogsÂ¬ Gold is a universal money It can bo heads seo Winebrenncr its own guardian and doesnt need tho Excursion from Fordsvlllo to Louis- Â¬ nrotectlne arm of Government to take ville Saturday April 0th care of Itself If England wants all tlioJ A number of new scholars came in last gold let her have it Silver Is good Monday to enter college enough for us Mr and Mrs Percy Beard went to K M Jollv V II Burton and Len Union Star last Saturday Mr Ed Wright Louisville was hero Cashman succeeded in getting the State Board to knock oil tho 5 per cent ralso last Saturday and Sunday Huso Morgan marshal Stephensport on town lots and 5 per cent of the 10 per cent raise on real and personal property was here one day last week For all of which tho tax payers aro Charley Pumphrey Louisville was thankful down last week to see his mother Miss Sallio Richardson returned to The great Issuo now before tho people They aro talk- Â¬ her home in Union Star last Saturday is tho money question Mr J A Qulggins has been commis ing leading and discussing it In the shops on tho trains in every crowd it sioned a Notary Public for this county is the only question Tho people are Savo your money these hard times by for silver And they wont bo satisfied buying your clothing from J A Witt with anything elso as their money Its astonishing how cheap a suit of clothes can bo bought from J A Witt Tiierg is an Impression among poli- Â¬ All persons indebted to mo must como ticians at Washington that John G J AWitt Carlisle may bo a candidato for tho forward and settle at once Wallace and Taylor Babbage aro visit Â¬ Senate In caso there should be a deadlock between McCreary Buckner and ing their grand father near Bewloyvillo Brown Mr Carlisle might seo a place to Every dollar is worth two nowadays slide In Ho is coming here to make seo prices on clothing at J A Witts some speeches anyway this summer and Beautiful lino of spring clothing The as to the measure of success ho has may price doesnt cut any figure at J A Witts on largely depend as to how ho stands Miss Minnio Murray Clovcrport was the silver question hero Sunday visiting her sister Mrs M II Beard Talk about a Womans edition tho The work of Breckcnrldgo Normal has And week News sends out one every one reason tho News is so popular so increased that new teachers must be thats Tho News has known for a long time employed If you want your business to improve that women made tho best editors Everybody tho best uews gatherers and tho best advertise in the News compositors it being understood of reads this paper course that a mans at tho helm No I Xicensed to marry W B Tucker to woman is at her best unless she has her Miss A B Milner John W Kelm to Miss Mary M Chlsm man But wo say God bless the women Leave your subscription and all other if it wasnt for them a man would be in business for tho News ofllco with V G nu awful bad fix too Babbage Hardinsburg Tiro Womans Foreign Missionary BEWLEYVILLE Society will meet with Mrs Lora Gard Tho Epworth league Literary met ner next Friday ovening Saturday evening March 10 Our topic All teachers wishing to prcparo for was Tho Bible June examinations will enter Brecken- Â¬ Mr Ferd Owen has been in our vicin- Â¬ ridge Normal April 1st It P Shack ity a few days Ictt Tom Lytlilan put In his appearanco at Mr W G Morrow candidate for Rail- Â¬ Waveland Tuesday night road Commissioner from this district was Charlie Iennlngtoii is again contem Â¬ here last Friday shaking hands with the plating moving to Kansas Democrats J B McCoy was thrown from his mule Mrs M D Pumphrey of West View dislo- Â¬ Saturday ovening nnd suffered the who was so dangerously 111 a few days cation of a shoulder ago is now thought to be better and her Brother Cundiff preached for us Satur friends think she will recover diy at 11 oclock lie was on liis way to Prof P B Hays arrived last week to at Irvington till an appointment act as one of the principals of the HardMrs Bettie Whitehead of Vine Grove insburg College The community is attended church hero Saturday morning glad to welcome his return nnd tho League Literary at night Mrs If you want a summer term you can Whitehead taught music in our town get one in Breckenridgo Normal com Â¬ several years ago mencing June 10th Write for catalogue Miss Leah Payne has gone to Hardins R P Shacklett Hardinsburg burg to attend school One of the heirs of James L McCoy Miss Mary Snyder who has been visit Â¬ Â¬ ing her brother in Louisville returned appeared in the County Court last Mon day and moved for additional security in homo Wednesday tho bond of R B Carden as administra- Â¬ Georjio E Drury was in tho city part tor of said James L McCoy of last week buying new goods They have J E Monarch has resigned as Chair-Â¬ been received and opened up and preman of the Democratic County Committo sent an attractive spring like appear and has notified tho members of tho ance Committee to meet here on the Lltli of W II Cain Sr T 1 Hardaway and to accept his resignation and elect Blanford at- Â¬ April wife Boy Cain and Overton his successor tended church at Irvington Sunday Mrs Mosely and Miss Ida May have Our sick folks aro all improving for each purchased a bicycle They aro the which were thankful as the boys are first among the ladies to introduce the much needed about the spring work wheel here Others will no doubt fol- Â¬ Farmers had a busy timo of it last low their example soon as they seem to Blowing for corn sowing oats eek enjoy the sport nml clover seed and gardening engage Itev Qulnn left last week for Mexico attention But of all tho busy their Missouri Brother Juinn is a young creatures now woman kind is tho Baptist minister who had numerous busiest She hardly has time to think friends hero Ho was particularly ad of voting or any other of tho rights of mired by some of the ladies who regret tho masculine type Gardening yard his departure sweeping house cleaning spring sowing Curtis Pulliam made his escape from carpet making and such like things en Â¬ Hopkinsville asylum and returned mut- Â¬ the gage her attention and weightier here last week Ho was rearrested by ters for the time are forgotten Talking to Mr Blanford was appointed to appear the olllcois and returned at Frankfort last Wednesday lo show some parties young Pulliam said his causo why wo should not be taxed more mind was all right and he protested Ho failed to go This affair has stirred against being seut back but tho authori- Â¬ up Tims blood and tho following ties thought that ho should best bo sent Tho well back and held until properly discharged thoughts aro from his pen filled pockets of officers in his opinion Some tlink his mind will bo fully re- Â¬ stored in a short time should receive tho next taxation Firo last week did great damage to Ten years ago and beyond tho land In my neighborhood was listed for taxa- Â¬ many farmers in this county Many tion on an average of about 1000 It hundred panels of fenco were burned In tho could have been sold then for from 1000 and several tobacco houses to 1800 Now it couldnt bo sold for neighborhood of West View the loss of 1000 But when tho Assessor came fencing from tho firo was considerable round listing our property ho told us ho One party lost his dwelling hous tobac- Â¬ was instructed to told tho property up a largo crop of tobacco Out to former valuations that if they did co barn and about Jollys Station there was consider- Â¬ not tho supervisors would ralso them The firo originated from And sure enough when the supervisors able loss also met in Hardinsburg they had letters log heaps and tho heavy wind carried it Stato Auditor and other Frank Â¬ from the fort bosses telling them that tho valu- to tho fencing ation must bo kept up and four fifths of The way to cure a cough is to Btop the them being of the Household of the Faithful they made It a rule to ralso coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey everyone that had been allowed to list cuts loose tho mucous heals the lungs below former valuations Tho horses nnd mules could not he sold to day at and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip thollfited prices the same may bo said cough in ono night For sale by Short of rattle and sheep etc HayncsClovorport Dr It II McMul Notwithstanding this tho Stato Board lin McDaniels M Meyer Co Burasj of Equalization has raised us ten per Geo Heyser Constantino A Taylor cent over the real and full value of all our proporlv but tho salaries of nearly Rosettaj Drury Bennett Co Bewley all of the olllcers in the State have been ville Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKy raised twenty five per cent in the past Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A It ton years I do not know what the Big Spring Ky Court of appeals would do if these raises Morris were brought before them but there Is a higher court another resort which will ROYAL Baking Powder meet in November It I to bo hoped Wghut of alt la leavening they will change things and bring about Strngik VSQoyramHKforL Goldkn Rod a relief to ktmen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Little Guy Hardin spent Saturday and Sunday here With His father Mrs Fraz of Louisville visited her niece Mrs Blanche Fontaine last week Mrs Thos Ditto and little Virginia aro at homo after a visit to Hardinsburg Mrs James BrlckcrsaiT w ill bo in tow n this week to attend tho services at M E churr Mr Taylor Hayncs camo up last Sat from Cloverport lo spend Sunday urd with his family Mr John Frnkes has a gas jet in front of hie hotel nnJ will soon have it for light and fuel In tho hotel Mrs E D Hawes returned to Louls vlllo last Saturday fiom a visit to her daughter Mrs D W Low Is Chas Hamilton Musgrove was hero last Sunday seeing if there was any change In astronomical affairs Miss Ada Brown has returned from Louisville with her millinery goods Miss Iono Dowden will return thin week Mrs Wm Rhodes has been very much Inlisposod for several weeks but sho was out last Saturday and is Improving I am gratified to state I had a most enjoyable day last Satur- Â¬ day with my old friends Mrs Thos Hamilton Misses Barbara Shacklett and Mary Taylor at their pretty home Mrs J W Richardson has returned from tho city and her boudoir is moro inviting than ever witli now matting and Smyrna rugs A lilac tea Is in order Woman is enfranchised in Ohio and man more than chivalrous Is serving her tho rose sherbet and angel cake rieht along Miss Zelma Strothcrs true sweet face full of character greeted us from the pages of tho Courier Journal last Sun Â¬ day Sho Is visiting the Misses Clark son of Louisville Rah for the Messenger It has de Â¬ clared for Gen Simon B Buckner for U S Senator I have heard of two pros- Â¬ pective candidates fpr Legislature Each lias been In tho Held before Misses May Deo Pusoy Lida Haynes and Ilia Richardson are all Wright but on last Friday one of tho trio yielded her claim for a more Skill man who hailed from n sister town Ahem Last Sunday night commenced in M E church a week of prayer and self denial Bro Walton wishes all to come and come prayerfully expecting to re- Â¬ ceive a blessing individually and collec- Â¬ tively J T Ditto was bowing and scraping around on Main street lost Saturday I hear of his success in a commercial line but in Cupids domain ho remains in Bear in mind about this statue quo being an Acardaia of attractivo damsels I liavo just had intelligence of Mrs Susan Walkers death of Ekron She was my neighbor in Garrett and in her home with her good children I have To spent many many happy hours those children in tho loss of a devoted mother I extend my tendercst sympa thies Judge S P Woolfulk has bought the Marion Wright property near hero and will movo his family in a few weeks While we regret to jjivo the Judge and his wifo up as neighbors wo congratu- Â¬ late them upon the prospect of a pretty suburban home which in time they will have 1 1 Â¬ Miss Esther Haynrs is tho guest of M- Lorenzo Dowell was in our midst re- Â¬ and Mrs A Haynes IT cently Miss Blanche Severs has been indis We aro all anxious for tho coming of posed for soveral days Mrs G R Cox visited her mother the Nkws Mrs Roberts Sample last week Jcsso Miller is going to school in Har Â¬ Mr las Rrodio and Prof Jan Allen dinsburg of Chenault wero in town Saturday Mrs Barney Frymlro Preston was tho Arthur Mattlngly was visiting at Clo- Â¬ guest of Mr Sarah Bruner Saturday vcrport last week Dr Wm is nultoa Henry French has gono to Louisville tlmo with a L Milner andhaving of boils carbunclo scries on an extended visit Tho Teachers meeting was held at Mrs Jean Conner was visiting her Mrs Havina Chappells Wednesday evening mother at Rome last week 111 Mrs French Jacob lfnnks was called to the bedsldo Bottom Robt guests of and son Roberts were Mrs Molllo Jolly of his aged father last Friday Saturday Miss Mary Bobbins went calling on Miss Ida Gardner Is vlsltinn hfr TTT brother Mr W B Gardner and family friends at Union Star on Thursday after-Â¬ at Chenault this week noon Miss PinkRicketts is teaching a priG A Jones has returned from an ex Â¬ vate school at this placo and has a very tended visit among friends and relatives promising class of children Mrs Sarah West returned to her homo at Fordsvllle S D Bradshaw of Enid O T is ex Â¬ in Louisville last Saturday after a visit to B Cox pected to be In our town shortly for her sister Mrs R Mr and Mrs Knott and baby of GarÂ¬ the purpose of capturing ono of our field aro guests of their parents Mr and belles Mrs Chas Stewart jr near town Mr Chas F Cashman spent Saturday Misses Mollie Icktnpaugh Annie Bennett Lena Urown and Ella Gibson and Sunday at home Charlie is making a success as a teacher and we aro glad to were visiting near Stephenpport one day seo his progress last week Mr D S Richardson is recovering from a sevens caso of pneumonia fever G 8 Sherbourn G II Jones W D Rawllngs and Will French will leave with which ho has been suffering about two weeks or more for tho Sunny South shortly much to JMIss Sava E Richardson returned Â¬ the regret of their many friends home Saturday from a visit at Hardins Wm Hanks an aged and respected burg accompanied by her littio niece citizen of Stephensport is dangerously Alary arnnKiin isenni Mr and Mrs Percy Beard Hardins ill with pneumonia fever at the home of bnrg and Mr E A Richardson of Louis his daughter Mrs Thos Peckenpaugb ville aro visiting their parents Mr and Mrs D S Richardson DIP YOU KNOW Come In and See w TTT m m 11 - m Ill ttew n Patterns T i JPresh vroods i m at Dress Goods Novelties in neat Broad Bright Plaids - for China Silks Fancy Taffota Kai Kai nr m n 11 Â¬ ill v m m ill Waists and Children 1768200 250 -- I 300 400 n HI per Pattern Mohair Plain and Fancy Black For Skirts Pretty Silk a 29c p yd Embroideries Gloves AAA Dr Will Strother attended the Medi- Â¬ cal Association hero last Thursday and Miss Mattio was with us for dinner McGeheo was also our guest for tho day Will avows his intentions of matrimony and said Recommend mo to somo of your pretty young ladies I have Now prove your allegiance by capitulating to tho little god without delay Tho Womens edition of tho Courier Journal last Saturday stamps their suc- Â¬ cess In the newspaper line Their abil ity in art science literature is no longer an iridescent dream but a sweet stern A bright lovely day has dawn Â¬ reality ed for them which they havo grasped with trustful confidence and proved themselves worthy to be accorded tho privileges Their debut into every now man channel has been a success anil the con- Â¬ Saturday morning Mr Willie Owen ferred power has been exercised for tho boarded the train at this point taking elevation of the sr x Brady to Hardinsburg where he was turned over to Jailer Shellman Brady Deafness Cannot be Cured has been working about hero for years by local applications as they cannot and while he has never been pronounced reach the diseased portion of the ear a saint he has nover been into anything There is only one way to euro Deafness of so serious a nature as horso stealing Several days lost from woik fifteen and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con- Â¬ dollars expense a badly treated hungry dition of tho mucous lining of the Eusta- Â¬ horse and a merciless beating of Mr chian Tube When this tube gets Overtons faithful dog which insisted on inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or following Brady aro the losses sustained imperfect hearing and when It is entirely by Mr Overton closed Deafness is tho result and unless Some folks will think that Dr Bells the Inflammation can ho taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi- Â¬ Pino Tar Honev Is no better than the tion hearing will bo destroyed forever common cough remedies until they try nine cases out of ton are caused by it Tlion they will know for themselves catarrh which is nothing but an in Â¬ that Its tho best on earth For sale by Haynes Cloverport Dr It flamed condition of the mucous surfaces Short We will givo One Hundred Dollars for II McMullln McDaniels M Meyer any case of Deafness caused by catarrh Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantino that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh A Taylor Rosettaj Drury Bennett Co Bewley vllle Ky W E Brown Irv- Â¬ Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O ington Ky Juo P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big 8pring Ky by Druggists 73c Â¬ pearanco Tho hotel has led off and screens arc up In readiness for tho pests Rev Winfry has purchased a houso and lot of Mr D S Richardson and moved his family here We are glad to welcome Bro Winfry and family into our town where they are of much benefit In all religious works a party consisting of Mrs Wm L Milner Mrs Jollv Misses Esther Haynes Frenchs Sue Brashear Alta Crosson Ida Gardner That Ruby Haynes disappointed his aud Nellie Cashman attended prayer girl Sunday meeting at tho residence of Mr Jabo Haynes That Jack Mattlngly was among em Rev and Tuesday night chapcroicd by Mrs Winfry last Sunday GUSTON That Will French has relumed from Now Orleans Miss Ida Shumate of Hill Groe was That Mary Robbins is going to Lo iu town last week married shortly Mrs Rhoda Anderson spent Thursday That G S Sherbourn is still boarding at Irvington with frieuds at our populer hotel J G Anderson shipped a ear load of to week That John McCoy has returned home cattle Louisville last Mrs J R Baskett was tho guest of Sir and is now sowing oats and Mrs Horace Shaln Monday That G A Jones went to Lodiburgh Mrs Arrio Anderson of tho Haysiillo neighborhood was iu town Thursday on the hunt of his best girl Erskine Munford who has been visit Â¬ ing in Louisville returned Friday even Â¬ Horse Stolen ing GiENnEANK Ky April 1 Special Earl Pollock who has been away for Lat Wednesday night Henry Overton nearly a year returned borne a few days and wife went to Glendeano to preach- Â¬ ago ing He roJe a mule she rode a horse Charles Drury and sister Miss Lena When church was over Mr Overton were tho guests of Mrs L W Adkisson went for the animals when he was sur- Â¬ Tuesday Mrs B Jolly of tho Irvington neigh- Â¬ prised to find his wifes saddle upon the borhood was here Friday nfternoon mule His own saddle and horse were shopping nowhere visible Dr Baxter and Geo J Neff attended It was soon found that a man John the Medical Association at Brandenburg Brady was also missing It was dis- Thursday Mrs R B LeGrand and Sirs S Loob covered that a colored man had met were the guests of Mrs J R Baskett some one answering to the description riding toward Falls of Rough Anyway triuay afternoon Mrs J R Baskett and little sons Mr Overton Louis Ashley Tom toyd David and Clyde aro visiting ChasStith and Willie Owen started out next morn- Â¬ and wifo at Irvington ing on tho hunt of the man and liorso J C Powell manger of the Messenger At Jcsso L Owens it was learned that was in town Friday morning on business somo ono had inquired the way to tho connected with his paper J R Baskett who is at present located Falls on the night before They thought at Clinton Texas writes that ho is very tho voice of Brady was recognized as be much pleased with tho country in that asked about the direction A night vicinity B Dr watchman at the Falls saw him passing ing R partStitli who has been canvassof the county in tho inter tills through Having all this information eta of a large publishing house is in and good reasons for believing that town at present Brady would go to Butler county where Kincheloe Barnes it was known he had friends our pursuers kept eagerly ou his trail Thirty live ATTORNEYS AT LAW miles away the abandoned animal was found Pressing on somo miles Brady Hardinsburg Ky was found and taken about three miles Office on Main street next door from Green river He stoutly denied having had the north of poBtoflice horse but evldenco was too ttrong against him K oping him in custody they were several miles on tho road baok when ho mado a full confession He said that 0 dicers in Breckenridge county were trying to serve papers on him for past offenses and he felt he must escapo not being ablo to walk ho borrowed in your mouth Indicates the horse to reach safety The borrow- Â¬ Bile and shows that your bloods wrong ing business didnt suit Mr Overton at this busy season and they kept their Â¬ Â¬ That Jim Bobbins went fishing That Davis Rawling Is building a new house That Jesso Miller Is growing less Jolly 7 That Lorenzo Dowell Is still hunting dear TliatO M Robblns is farming at EI vln flics will soon put in an emphasized The warm weather reminds us that ap- Â¬ i l 1 New Wash Goods Full line Handkerchiefs Ill P It il t Underwear With Sleeves Without Sleeves Hose I 1 Mens - Womens Short Sleeves Bleached and Ecru a Childrens HI VEST g1fty Ha m f eS WsiSLt as ig W -- v WWWz To All the People Greeting You are cordially invited to call and see our New Stock of jeneral iVJLercnandise iO- zee just opened in Guston R LOEB ca BlfflgllMlS YOU CAN MAKE MONEY TJsoroajT CO st a irri AAIItoai uc uic iiic mrgesi anu most re- viHuov VIa liable commission merchants and because they can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper A trial shipment solicited Write to them for quotations before shipping Specialties Eggs Butter Poultry Fruits of all kinds Beans Potatoes Onions Hay Grain Headquarters for Furs Hides and Wool Capital 4000000 Liberal advances made on con signments General correspondence solicited mmas Yl USSSSsaSST 11 M i THAT Bargains in MM -- ji V TMSTE NEATS i stBRwtT SARSAPARILLA will set your blood right and cure your Dyspepsia Nervousness Aches and Pains Tone you up all over Try one bottle and be sure to ask 1 Watches REMEMBER Tlioy V During tho months of MARCH and APRIL I will cut prices on all my Watches THE MONTHS MARCH -- for Neats will bo so low that you cannot como and see them without carrying away a valuable and beautiful watch in your pocket and seo mo Como Neats Sarsaparilla la for sale by in i AR FISHER Druggist Cloverport I will take pleasuro in showing Ky you anything I havo in stock BE CURED 1st SLHSS and APRIL KY A DaAPFIKMAN the widely known pedal after years of study baa 10 perfected bis system of mall treatment that lie can now aiiure the sick and suffering a permanent cure at their homes at a price that la aiton Shingly low Thousands are availing them selves of this golden opportunity and hun Â¬ dreds of testimonials are on file showing the efficacy of the treatment James Kinclieloe THE JBWBLBE fff WaV XBBBB HARDINSBURG R The Best Shots fot tUaLeult llooty All Chronto Dls eases Treated CATARHH BRONCHIAL ACM i DCAf NESS ANO LUNG aold TflOUalCHtAflTaTOM OiaiAStS We represent all things as they are and regulate tho price by the true value of Attention Republicans of Brecken ridge County Â¬ DiarABcatpiitparrrts mavoua CJHAUSTION KIN KHCU LIVCR ANO BOVVCL SlaClI Ma KWmWWm JB1 MATIIM AND NtUKAlOIA n rm the article Sulzers Misses Stella and Bertlo McGavock entertained a few friends to dinner Saturday They spent a pleasant day gath- Â¬ ering forest flowers and ferns and enjoy Â¬ ed music on the piano Those present were Misses Olivia Fallon Margaret The Louisville Daily Post and the Howard Mary Harris Minnie Oglesby Brkckknbidob News one year fur 2 75 Mary Jarboe Mary Lnllelst Mamie De post paid to any address Miss Haven and Florence Cottrell Mamie Dellavtm got the largest bunch Dr Prices Cratm Baklag Pewtta of few Mtt PrfMtMs4 Â¬ You are hereby notified to meet In mass convention the third Monday County Court day In April at Hardlnt burg Ky to appoint delegates 12 to attend the Republican State Convention to be held in Louisville May 0 1805 Fkank Hasweix O It O C The beat and most scientific treatment for all rryiiff nuritri Quick and permanent cures guaranteed New treatment for riLKS aad ULCKUS Young or old mea suffering from monct lADOtn URINANT DiatAtlS BIOOO POiaON- ma wcAKNtas on cxhauotion actually re stored to vigor health aad happiness Dr Applmaa baa associated with him a full Us 8 of rxfwet socialists who carefully con aider each ease and prsparc the proper rem edies CeasulUtloa aaJ opinion rasst br mail Treatment furnished at the low rate of Â¬ aaVrs bk lam- - I aaJaBMaJ aaaas jflaw Warn Over Obb W L DflUKlas SS and st4 Shasta All oar aliaea are oouallr Thay sUa taa Iwst Yslue for tha moot sallafiaotorr TM r qual euston sboas la stjU and lit MwiitiwiiiMi rrrsiitrn wmpw on t W L DOUGLAS 3 Mllllaa leeple wear tbe i SHOE v JC K i IM1U SOM p JsaWy aaaas aaV Bajaaw xaaaaw aaaav 8BS4SSB0 CravBVreab isaanauea rairand Kmaaaraa PMM SMM l7Mirdalr cannot aupplxcxiwaaaa S MM i --a This is the Hi i i fk CM McG LOTH LAW 2 T8 Mea N 3 3 KR IMNTH Addiwaa BBBBBaWHaBBBiBSSlr W TliTIJjiaWMrk Maw Write u freely aad folly aad enclose stamp for symptom blank No 1 Catarrh No s for forworn THC APPLKMAN MEDICINE CO CHtCMQrllL WMMSTt t SL 8ULZER Cloverport f CoUtilon - Ur Ky i i TfvjFr -- -- ffy TMm tv -- BaOKKWHlbGR I NRS OP SMALL GXaOVEIRPORT KV POX 8 Breckenridge News PAYNESVIUE inw f PREVENTION Ef ftfc r ft Health of tho community very r oor WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 IMS weather good and visiting very common Miss Dcssio Brown and Mr Jim Ater were tho guests of Mrs Anna Youtslcr FALLS OF ROUGH last Sunday Mr and Mrs John Kt nick of near ia very 111 with Miss Flora RobotUon Irvington were visiting their parents pneumonia fovcr week Mrs Willis Green went to LouIhvIIIo hero last Wo seo tho croquet grounds are opon- Â¬ Friday to buy n Inrgo stock of spring ed up again and the men aro enjoying goods Mrs David Moorman of Olendcane themselves as well as ever All who attendrd church at the Bapt Â¬ was vlEltiug her slater Mrs Frank Poy ist church Sunday were well pleased ton last wc k pastor Rev Shacklett Miss Jennlo Green Is homo for a weeks with their new Mrs Kate Herbuths choir is progress Â¬ visit from Princeton Ky whero alio has ing nicely witli a large attendance and been attending school good instructions will no doubt bo a Charlie Stono went to Chicago a few weeks ago where ho has a good position success Wo learn that Dr OBryan will lwvo with the Soutli Chicago City Railway an opponent but it will bo just liko a Company For needlo in a haystack never found Mrs L Green has been very 111 for the Ill toll you Doc is acrowder past week but we hope to feel her kind Miss Alma King and brother Gus and gentlo Influence In the Sunday spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses school again soon Julia and Maggie Hardest of near Mt Meeting at the Methodist church first Merino and report a jolly timo Wo Prayer hear that Mr Gus will soon tako his do and third Sundays each month meeting every Wednesday night and parturo for Louisville to remain with his Sunday school at 10 n tn uncle Jeff OBryan awhilo This has been a flno season for The farmers aro busy burning plant maple syrup and sugar and there have beds sowing oats and preparing for been a great many gallons and pounds another long hard summers toll but it produced from the many fine orchards Is something that is absolutely necessary around and cannot bo omitted on account of the Allsses Maud Lvoiib and Holen Brown dull prices allowed you for your pro- Â¬ will open their stock ordress goods and duce millinery next week up stairs over tho Btoroof Mr L Green Tlioy also cut Irom another Correspondent Joe Wiles has gone south and mako dretscs in tho very latest styles Miss Frankio Conway is visiting in A certain widower says that ho loves Louisville all sweet music but tho gingle glnglo of II II Smith has gone to Hoosier to tho Bell ho loves best of all Tho Boll sell fruit trees la also his favorite flower Thero surely Two schools in town Misses Ella is some cause for all this partiality for so Flaherty and Daisy Payno tho teachers common a thing as a Bell I wonder Joo Flaherty is the only Cleveland what it is Democrat in this community poor Joe Tho Hunting and Fishing Lodge will Chas Youteler and Jeff Thornsberry soon bo filled with visitors I hear This is a most pleasant resort for spring and will tend the farm recently vacated by S summer The scenery is very beautiful S Miller Judging from tho tone of most all tho and hunting and fishing is good The banks of tho river are cool and inviting letters in the News of March 20th our correspondents aro enjoying showers of while a row on tho water is a blessing It never rains but pours pleasure Wo learn through tho News that Chas Tho produce market of tills place is over stocked and the prices for that Blanford and Dr J B Frymiro aro botli reason aro extremely low Tho peoplo for the free coinage of silver Will they have so much surplus that they keep Dr and Charlie forget their past politi- Â¬ the market over flowing so why should cal differences and unite with tho Silver party 7 or will they bo liko a baro footed wo hear tho constant cry of hard times Tho girl in a brier patch very tender wo havo so much more than wo can con sumo hope for silver lies not in tho blind pur- Â¬ The recent rise In the river was Buffi- - suit of party but in tho union of all its cient to get timber down from Its uppnr friends regardless of past differences Mr Arthur Goodmans pllo Tho party spirit is too strong in many of course timber came down and is ready to bo jis It poisons the mind and prevents loaded A great deal of timber aud deliberate and impartial action on many lumber isshipped from this place and a of our most important measures Any great deal more is stacked on tho ground man wishing a public career must swear This is a busy little placo and tho peoplo allegiance to some party and stick to it regardless of principle Tho masses of are honest and indrustrious Air Sam Morgan has his head so badly tho people aro told by their bosses turned and befuddled with so much bus- Â¬ that their first duty is to party and that iness on hand and all this pretty weath Â¬ it is only by serving their party that Questions er wasting things that ho thinks every they servo their country word which begins with a J spells Jen that should bo taken up and considered Â¬ and ends with nle so he aits and scrib-Â¬ in tho spirit of truth and for the betterbles Jennie and wishes tho AbU would ment of tho country are used only to hurry up and begin to bite so ho could agitate the voters stir up their prejudfeo Pol Â¬ - Cgo a fishing in the river as well as on and mako us stick to tho party iticians bemean each other and work up Airy land tho feelings ot tho voter until ho is no The weather is flno for all kinds of moro fit to cast his ballot than an excit- Â¬ spring work and farmers and the peoplo ed mob is of executing the law Wo generally aro making good uso of it for should carefully enmly and earnestly all seem to be busy as bees Plowing and study the questions that aro now being sowing is tho order of the day with tho discussed and after a full consideration hope of reaping a bountiful harvest of wo find we are wrong let us be honest flno hay this hope buoys up the sturdy enough to admit wo wero in tho wrong farmer and his joyous song fills tho val- Â¬ and then go to work for tho right and to hill along leys and rovcrbatcs from hill tho betterment of our onco glorious with the murmuring of tho gently flow Â¬ country ing streams Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is differen from all other cough remedies It cures From another correspondent Mr Willis Green is opening his new by allaying tho inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tho goods to day Miss Quertemoua is teaching a summer respiratory organs Guaranteed and for Haynes Cloverport sale by Short term at tho school house M Di 11 II McMullin McDaniels Miss Maud Lyons has oponed a beau Â¬ Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoysor Con Â¬ tiful line of millinery Sho and Miss stantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Brown of Hawesville are associated Bonnott Co Bewleyvllle Ky W E together Tho latter brought all the late Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols spring styles and will make dresses etc Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Tho last few days havo brought out Ky the fishermen We hope tho seiners will BIG SPRING respect the law and let our flih Increase in number this year sufficient to tempt the visiting sportsmen who aro always Mr James Moorman is still very low welcome illss Georgia Harrell was on the sick MIssJenuio Green is at homo from list last week Princeton for a short vacation Preston James Wheatley of Flahorty was in Green spent Saturday and Sunday Mrs our town lost week Green killed tho fatted turkey in honor Mrs Emma Paynter has returned to of their visit It weighed fifty pounds her home in Vine Grovo Many persons pronounced it the largest It seems liko tho chicken crazo has turkey they had ever seen struck all of tho threo adjoiningcounties Soven oclock Friday evening At the Mr McGehco of Irvington was in prosent moment tho hills around us aro oiy midst this week trying to soil a book pn fire making heavy losses of fencing on elocution and the houses of Mr Frank Wilson G A Meador has a rooster that wolgbs Mr James Talmon and Cart Wilson are How of being burnt out 10 lbs and Is a last July chicken in imminent danger A high wind is blowing with no signs of is that for a cock Taylor Norria wont to Louisville with abatement Mr Lank Fentress lost his house and furniture by fire to day liia tobacco last week but havent heard Theso laves aro specially to be deplored what prices ho realized as this has been such a hard year for T II Moormanour hog medicine man farmers has bought a pair of thorough bred Polln China and Chester Whito hogs Did Yen Ever W H Doran has decided to build him 4ry Electric Bitten w a reeaedy for a chicken palace and will commence it If sot get a bottle now shortly Ho has thorough bred Brown your troubles ami net relief This medicine has been Leghorns and Brown Laugsbans e fouBd toijw peculiarly adapted o the re Â¬ Our citizens got together this last week lief and cure of all Female Complaints and did a much needed Improvement exorUng a wonderful direct Influence u and that was making a good road to the fWa strength and tone to the organs spring The old one was a disgrace to you have Los of Appetite Coaetlpa our community tie Headache Fainting Spells or are Rev Wia Jones ot the Baptist Theo Jferveua SeepleagExeitallMeiftBebely logh Seminary llled the pulpit at the or troubled with Diasy Spells Kieetrie Baptlet church last Sunday and the sub Â¬ Whom ia the medfoiite yon need Health ject of discourse in the evgning was and Strength are guaranteed by its nee There From the saloon to the pulpit Largs bUIs oaly JMty eenta at A X was a good attendance Fishers drug store t W Jones is trying to seeuM the contract or earryiw the wall from Vine Reports Grove here and ii be oood in get The V Bktmg Vnifcr ting be then will petition to have the thorn null start from here instead of Vine Mtjwrfer to ll otibcrs J HKJA A II I II 1 Vw0k A JJ Suggestions by tho State Board of Health IIowmno Giikkn Ky March 20 1815 To tho Health Ollclals Physicians and Peoplo of Kentucky Although small pox has been moro than usually provalunt In many sections of tho Union for moro than a year our Rlato has escaped until very recently About four weeks ago tho disease was brought from the Roby raco course near Chicago to Lexington by a negro stablo boy and twentyfivo cases occurred thero before it was gotten under control A negro from Lexington carried it to Ash Â¬ land and a case was reported at Prince Â¬ ton yesterday Errors of diagnosis witli first cases at Lexington and Ashland and the lack of an available Isolation hospital at tho first named placo helped to spread tho disease and greatly increased botli THE WALTER L MAINS -- QriANDKST AND- - II BEST SHOWS ON EARTH Three Ring Circus Elevated Stages Real Roman Hippodrome fS r KCTsnfrv tfpf One Thousand People rr Mi T Adarcvs la Three Hundred Horses A Hoods Itis Good Makes Pure Blood Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated Co Lowell Mass Hood with pleastiro that I give you tho details ot our llttlo Mays sickness and her return to health by the uso ot Hoods Sarsaparlllo Sho was taken down with 1 Herd of Elephants 0 It Is Caravan Olympian Sports and Past times of the Ancient Wild Moorish Ten Kinds of Music A Drove of Camels Fovor and a Bad Counh Following this n soro came on tier right stria be tween tho two lower rlhs In a shurt lime an Â¬ other broke on tho left side Slio would take spells of soro mouth mid when e had succeed Â¬ ed In overcoming this sho would suiter Willi atÂ¬ tacks of high fever unci expel Moody looking corruption Her head was nlTvcted and mutter oozed from her ears After each attack she bo- - came worse and all treatment failed to Rive her relief until wo heiran to use Hoods HarsiiparllM After she had taken one half bottle wo could sea that she was better We continued until she bad taken thrco bottles Now she looks like Hoods5 Cures Tho Bloom of Health and Is fat as n pltr We feel gratef ill and cannot say too much In favor ot Hoods Barsuparllla Mus A M Adams luman Tennessee Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly aud efficiently ou tho liver and bowols 25c Grove so our mail will not havo to lay over Mr James Moorman is improving slowly Mr Bland of Leitchfleld was last week James Kincholoe of Hardinsburg hero last Sunday Dr Hairwood of Shelbyville Ky here to seo Mr James Moorman week Mrs hero was was last 0 O Moorman and sister Mary Wortham of Maze Grovo visited rela tives here last week Mr Steiger representing Chamberlain Medical Company of Des Moines Iown visited our town last week Miss Clara Morris returned homo last week from Hardinsburg where sho has been visiting for somo timo Miss Eliza Â¬ beth Kjkridgo accompanied lien Dr Strother attended tho Meade County Medical Society at Brandenburg last Thursday B S Clarkson Jr ac Â¬ companied him to Brandenburg Â¬ Our better halves say they could not keep house without Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is used in moro than half tho homes in Leeds Sims Bros Leeds Iowa This shows tho esteem in which that romedy is held wheio it has been sold for years and is well known Moth- Â¬ ers have learned that thero is nothing so good for coldscroop and whooplngcough that it cures these ailments quickly and permanently and that it is pleasant and safe for children to take 25 and CO cent bottles for salo by A R Fisher Cloyer Board Har- Â¬ poit Ky aud Klnchcloe dinsburg Ky COL W 0 BRADLEY A Beautiful Tribute to the Man by a Political Enemy Hrom the Interior Journal Tho Louisville Critic liko tho Interior Journal has a very high regard for Col W 0 Bradley personally while having no lovo for him politically Somo peoplo can not understand this and the Critic man has been called to task for it Its response so fully covers our feelings with regard to the colonel that wo partially appropiiato it Liko tho Critic we hope our paper has passed that period in its career when the inero fact that a man is a member of the opposite party should put him beyond tho palo of decent treat- Â¬ The colonel has all tho qualities ment Ho that go to make up a lovable man lias talent he has good nature ho Las brightness he has courage he knows his friends and makes sacrifices for them ho has many qualities of head and heart that commend him to never ending con- Â¬ siderations Ho is the foremost republi- Â¬ can in the South ono of his parlys best defenders a loyal courageous honorable As a politician who fights antagonist his battles in tho open and asks no quar- Â¬ ter as a private citizsn who loves his State and her peoplo and as an individ Â¬ ual he knows what good fellowship means witli all tho wit and wisdom and fine feeling that tho term Implies and Col Bradloy is entitled to tho fair treat Â¬ ment and duo consideration wo shall always accord him MARRIED Crossed Over the River tho trouble and expense In view of existing conditions tho Board feels it to be its duty to warn the authorities and people that decisive act-Â¬ ion should at onco bo taken to guard against this loathsome malady Fortunately tho method of prevention is as certain in its action as it is cheap and easy to obtain Vaccination and properly dono with reliable virus is a curtain preventive and is en- Â¬ tirely free from danger This is tho conclusion of tho scientific world after full investigation and may bo thoroughly relied upon Although it is a statuatory olTonso to neglect vaccination and amplo author- Â¬ ity Is given to city councils and county courts to piovido for tho poor In this re- Â¬ gard It is estimated that over one third of tho people of this Stato have never Intelligent availed themselves of it persons should not wait for tho law to force them to an evident duty especially at tho present time Health and school boards overywhero should co operato in requiring vaccination as a condition of admission to alljschools public and pri- Â¬ vate and managers of manufactories and railroads should mako tho same require- Â¬ ment of their employees Vaccination is a simple but very impor Â¬ tant oporation It should always he done by a competent physician under anti septic precautions at thrco points in tho samo arm nud tho person should bo kept under observation until a per- Â¬ fect result has been secured Imperfect vaccination can only give riso to a false sense of security and is tho pano of tho authorities in tho management of small pox Reliable virus may always bo had from the National Vaccine Establish Â¬ ment at Washington D C or from its agents in all th3 largo cities Tho various health boards of the State county and municipal aro requested to perfect their organization and especially to provido a suitable building lor hospital purposes so as to bo ready to stamp out tho disease if it should occur in their respective jurisdictions by promptly and strictly isolating tho first case and vacci- Â¬ nating and rc vaccinating every person endangered by it Physicians should bear in mind that it is often difllcult to recognize the diseaso in negroes in its early stages and experienced counsel should be called in all doubtful cases or where tho patient lias recently been in Physicians and an infected locality heads of families should also remombor that tho law provides Bovero penal Â¬ ties for failure or refusal to at onco re- Â¬ port the exlstenco of the disease to tho health authorities Systematic organization and foresight makes tho control and stamping out of small pox a ainiplo matter in any com- Â¬ munity and with proper management it need not interfere with business or trav- Â¬ el Quaranlino against other towns and tho panics engendered thereby are cruel aud unnecessary interfering with com racrco and travel and giving llttlo or no protection Instead of this persons and at tho present timo negroes especially coming from infected districts should be searched out vaccinated and kept under observation that they may bo cared for with safety to themselves and Their the community if taken sick ministers and teachers and tho police authorities should be asked to assist in this work Wo hold ourselves ready to assist the local boards to tho full extent of our power In this and all other matters per Â¬ taining to tho public health and a mem Â¬ ber of tho Board or a physician who has had experience in the diagnosis and management of small pox will bo sont promptly to any county upon official re Â¬ quest Wo ask to bo kept fully advised by wiro of tho appearanco of first caseB and of tho precautions taken to prevent the spread of tho disease By order of the Board J M Mathews M D President J N McCoiihack M D Secretary Â¬ Â¬ Ages Six Score of Circus Acts 5 The CONTINENT Greatest MENAGERIES daily 5 unhar un- Â¬ Appearing twice nesscd and of all Circus Features A monster Lion hindered in full view of tho a niazcd multituÂ¬ that actually ridea an Arabian steocl and per- Â¬ forms feats most astounding s 10000 feature Moro MAGNIFICENT FREE STREET PARADE DAILY AT 10 A M than a mllo of Rllttering golden bewildering sights Positively tho grandest display since the days of Carzars Triumphal entry into Rome Its wotli coining miles to seo anl takes placo rain or shine jhiss TNmumz Af des This great- Â¬ est of all Circus features can only ho seen with these great shows Capt Pierre Perier Another exclusive featuro with theso Great awful exhibition given Shows is tho truly by this famous Frenchman who was for years chief of all tho Firo Departments of Paris Franco Ho actually mounts to the topmost pinnacle of a tower lOOfeethigh and leaps back Â¬ wards through spaco into his patent liio saving net His performance takes placo on tho show grounds daily at 100 a m and 030 p m and is FREE TO ALL SPECIAL NOTICE Theso Truly Groat and Moral Shows are absolutely free from immoral and corrupt persons Thero will be no games of chance pick pockets or gamblers permitted on or near tho show grounds Tills enormous amusement institution will exhibit in all its vast entirety for ONE DAY ONLY and giving two complete exhibitions at 2 and 8 p in in 16 CLOYERPOUT TUESDAY EKRON APHIL 16 Just For the Novelty of the Thing Pjiilpot Ky March 1893 Tho mo Â¬ notony of our llttlo vlllago was broken pn last Wednesday March 27 by the nowsof the marriage of Mr J Frank Gabbertand Miss Ida Johnson They wero married in Rockport Ind at 12 oclock noon It was quite a surprise to every one as all news of the wedding was kopt from tho ears of the gossip makers Thore were no objections to the match on the part of tho parents and it was only for tho novelty of the trip that they crossed over the river to have the rites solomnixed oa Indiana soil Mr Willis Bond of Louisville aud Miss Fannie Behr ol Oweneboro accompanied them and were also beet man and bridesmaid Miss Johnson was born in Brecken ridge county near Hardinsburg where site bas a host of friends and relatives While she has only lived in Phllpot one count her friends here by yeeft the score Mr Gabbert is a carpenter and always lived in this vicinity and k highly respected by all who know him May thety journey tbroutfii life together be ever as peaceful m a river and m bright as toe noon day sun is the- - wish of Wend t1 Hyl S aovtt j Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro nounco it tho best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its truo too so we guar Â¬ antee Foraalo byShort HaynesClov orportDr It II McMullin McDaniols Geo Hoyaer M Meyer Co Buras Constantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury BanneltCo Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky The Silver Movement Augusta Chronicles For a long time past tho champions ot the gold standard have sought to poison tho mind of the people against the campaign in the Inter est ot both gold and silver withoat dis Â¬ by crimination against either metal declaring that in reality the friends of sUvcrare not working for bimetallism but for a silver standard While this is only the prejudiced assertion of an enemy the friends of stiver have been able to show that the gold standard champions have by aotnal ovett sets ol letrlslntion done all Jn their power to uNerdit the eUL Tbe repeal W tite She- wulM man M nut a tinn to further rnlntar id silver and tho effort to retire tho green Â¬ backs by an issue of 500000000 of gold bonds would havo left us absolutely on tho gold basis without even further pro tonso in behalf of bimetallism or paper currency It is quite clear that this is tho earnest resolve of tho champions of gold who chooso to stylo themselves They are friends of honest money throwing off tho mask and coming out as the champions of gold and only gold Butler Herald From 187 up to 1803 the period of our absolute or partial de Â¬ monetization of silver times grew harder year after year although as a rulo the country was blessed with good crops Business began to languish employment began to bo harder to obtain and tramps began to mako their appearance It was during this period we first began to hear The contrast of tho period of strikes between 1875 and 1873 and 1873 and 180J is marked indeed But tho short period between 1803 and 1805 the time wo have been under the slnglo gold standard stands out in such sharp con- Â¬ trast with the two former periods that it must have beon noted by the most care- Â¬ Dur- Â¬ less and indifferent of our peoplo ing this period values havo shrunk so much and debts have been so enlarged as a consequence that bankruptcy and ruin havo swept over the country liko a Thero is a reason for theso cyclone changes and it is found in tho demone- Â¬ tization of silver Ilawesvillo Clarion It would be in- Â¬ structive if somo of tho handful of gold bugs in this State who are insisting that tho only way in which wo can preservo our irado relations with lurojie is to ad here to a single gold standard would ex Â¬ plain how it was that In tha good old democratic days boforo tho war when wo had tho frco colnago of both gold and silver that we captured and held tho carrying trade of the world Under our system ot bimetallism tho United States achieved Its highest success as a com- Â¬ With both sliver and mercial nation gold as our primary money we drove the ships of England a single god stand Â¬ ard country off the ocean and captured and held the carrying trade of the the But under the abort sighted pol- Â¬ world icy of tlioso who Insist that we should allow the powerful creditor nations of Europe to dictate our financial policy wo havo not only lost our foreign carry Â¬ ing trade but our domestic trade is pros- Â¬ trate at the foot of he golden altar which tho money Kings ot tho world havo erected If wo are to have prosperity if the great wealth producors are to ever get fair returns tor the products of their labor tho golden calf must be slaughter- Â¬ ed and we must return to the teachinss ot the fathers When we do we will have the free coinage of both gold and silver Thero aro fifty copies of the Nkwh com- Â¬ ing to tliis office and nearly every ono officii the samo day they of II Max Wiilett went to Irvington Sat- Â¬ taken out tho aro received This speaks well for your urday Bro Babbage Mrs Alice Brown went to Long Branch paper Wo wero exceedingly glad to seo Uncle Tuesday to visit relatives Hr Haden Miles was in town Sunday Bon W Shacklett on our streets Thurs- Â¬ day Undo Ben has been sick tho great Â¬ the guest of Mr J T Jones John Powell of tho Messenger Brand er part of this winter but wo are glad to report him much improved in health cuburg was in town Friday Mrs Susio Walker who has been sick E L Wimp came up from Owensboro last Monday for a short visit several months died Wednesday night at Tim McAullffe of Louisvilje was in 0 oclock Her remains wero Interred at town Wednesday on business Buck Grovo Thursday at 2 oclock Mrs Tony Miles was visiting her Mrs Walker lived to a ripo old ago daughter Mrs J T Jones lost week Beloved by every one Sho leuves sev Â¬ MissSallio Shacklett of Hill Grove eral children aud a host ot ft lends to was visiting Miss Rona Shacklett Fri Â¬ mourn her loss day D R Shacklett and Dr Warfield dined Friday with Mr and Mrs Z T Cox FORSALE Tho National Collection Agency m ftbk ws gare W Qwtorla WbM a CWU ha eri4 for CutorU WWa ha twsMM sMm A rase to Owtorfa Wfea Bkjr w O rr WbWklMWCMUtwtlMifAVtfUMWCtuifcrW Barry of Cloverport came up Wednesday to look after his busiuess in Â¬ terests hero J D Babbage of tho Nnws was iu town for a short lime Wednesday even Â¬ ing on business A M Hardin of Lodiburg camo up Sunday to seo his brother and sister Mr and Mrs J W Brown W J Brother and Mr Slpes wont to Louisville Wednesday to seo after their tobacco they had shipped Mrs T S Elisor who has been visit- Â¬ ing her sister at Louisville for several days returned homo Sunday J T Jones onr enterprising merchant went to Louisville Wednesday to pur Â¬ chase a spring stockof goods Miss Lillie and Virgio Rhodes of Brandenburg wero in town Friday even ing the guests of Mrs Guedry O F Stanfield left last week for Grocy Ky to work in tho blacksmith shop of his brother N B Stanfield Mr Joo Buren of Louisville came down Saturday und spout Sunday with Mr W L Archor his brothor-in-luK Biamlott returned from Mrs J Alton Ind Sunday where she has been visiting her parents for several months Mrs Bettle Lambert of Whito Mills Hardin county was the guest of Mr and Mrs G T Basham Monday and Tuesday J K Bramlett returned from Alton Ind Tuesday whore he has been for tho past three months Wo wolcorae Mr Bramlett back R S Dowell and W J Shacklett went to Bluo Ball in Hardin county Friday to attend a missionary meeting that was held with that church Rev A N WhltlnRlilli formerly ot Louisville but now of Bowling Green was here Saturday and Sunday visiting and preached at Salem church Sunday Misses Saliio Sbscklett Lk Crayoroft and sister Jewel aud Msasn D W Bireh Frank Board and Albert CwrH wn Ui guests ot Miss Hma HtuwkrsU Bfttdsy J A -- OF 0 dbtrict office at Ky will dispose of the fol- Â¬ lowing judgments Edwin J Meyers S35G0 j Frank Ral GE Wm Heidi leigli 8i0 1570 Feltman 5025 Washington D Owensboro IONOV1KW KY JJ II O Buckncr 512330 Robert E Owen SINKISO IOHK KY 121 25 CALHOUN KV King 1510 Frank Hancock 501 Geo Austin J0C0 Joseph Crab tree 1185 J R Corraick 3 25 Kubcrt Caraway 425 Harrison and A D Rlgg8I12t Will Love 507 A B Dicken SM5 Leo McJsary 2001 Jack Goodwin 375 OWENSllOKO kv J O CharlioConyer8I03i HICKMAN KY 1 Vu D Robinson Agency 1755 Send bids to Tho National Collection Washington D O Tho first of Americim News Â¬ papers OHARLES A DANA lis Jimr Editor The American Constitution theAmerican Idea the Ameri Â¬ -Dally by mail 6a Daily by mail8 a Sunday 1 can Spixit These first last and all the time forever The Weekly yr yr a yr The Sunday Sim Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper ia the world Price 5c a cepy AUdrcTUU ly mall 8UN 2 a year New Yark WOMEN IN DOTJBT TJKsU PENNYROYAL WAFERS iSr TOWfVW MBl his heart would break and lio again showed signs of collnpso And you had reason to bdiovo It wai tho person driving tho buggy you iaiS -- j BRGKttSfiDm Mtt CLIFTON MILLS llentlh of lie community is very goad Henry Cnry Rock Vale Is vUitlng nl this place The party at Mr J V StClalrs was quite n succiss Mrs J M Filch was tho guest of Mis T G Jordan Tu sday Charlie Kennedy vMled tho family of T G Jordan Sunday Parks and children Mr and Mrs B visited their parents Sunday MfcsTula Matheny Webster visited Mies Urrel Jordan last week Miss Alma Orcnduff spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Miss Nannie Hawkins J M Fitch is talking of moving to Webster We would linto o givo him up Miss Lula Jordan is spending a short week with Misses Gola and Alma Oren duff Mr nnd Mrs Will Payne Lodlburjr visited the family of Mr Alt Orendull Sunday Miss Adi Board Custer who has been visiting her sister Mrs Will Parr has returned homo Messrs Brandon and Sum Canton have divided their farm Wo wonder what that means Sam 7 Quite a crowd gathered at the lVnlten tlnry cave Sunday evening and upent a few pleasant hours Mrs Horace Hatfield has been qulto sick for several weeks We are gladto learn sho is Improving Wathcn Henderson of Belle View visited in this neighborhood Sunday Whats the attraction Gola Tho farmers are putting in overy mo munt of their titne this beautiful weather They uro glad to bco a few sun shiny days Tho peoplo of this community are en- Â¬ deavoring to organize a Sabbath School at this place Wo wish therm success and ttust that parents will see that their children attend From another correspondent UIAOVRPOHi liY riYnaiiMWi rtnui tetU iWiii jj THE ATLANTA CONSTITUTIONS FBIZE ACRE 8500 00 in Cash for Farmers Handsome Reward for tho A WILLOWDALE W F Oerklns wont to thu city yester Â¬ HimilLlE MARKET REM ISilSSHlPo uKiww itwi wzgmmzry i coiniOMr 1034 Â¬ dark followed Oi didnt sco nuy buggy day W B WItheis hna relumed from a buelucs trip to thu city Mrs Sue Haynes went to Vino Grove last Friday on business Mrs Hamilton Smith lias returned homo after a delightful visit at Ttlthton Ky Gns Smith New Albany Is the gucBt of his parents Mr and Mrs Hamilton Smith Miss Carrie Beghtol spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Misses Maude and Pearl Withers 0 P Haynes and Miss Etta May Ger kina nttonded church nt Garnettsvllle last Bccond Sunday Fred Key our clever postmaster is handling tho mail nicely and is giving great satisfaction to all Misses Etta May Gerkins and Annie Smith havo returned to tho city after a pleasant visit nt this place Messrs 0 P Haynes 0 II Quick and Willie Gerkins havo accepted posi- Â¬ tions nt the Auchorago asylum This community wouldnt bo surprised to hear tho jingle of wcddlilg bells in tho dim and distant future Clarenco is this triu V Orvillo Dawson Muldraugh accompanied By Misses Mollle Emmn and Maude Withers woro guests of Miss Sal lie Crutcher Sunday evening Mr Dick a member of tho business firm of Addison Dick Addison spent last Sunday here tho guest of W B Withers and family Mr Withers says como again MrDlck one of my nelccs would like to meet you The hopital here under the super- Â¬ vision of 0 L Withers is progressing nicely Mr Withers is ono of Meados wealthiest and honored citizens and for sometime past has devoted most of his timo to seeing that tho poor aro cared for caring nothing for expenditures Ills houso consists of two log rooms with a passage between situated near tho soli- Â¬ tary banks of tho beautiful Ohio river He has only ono inmate nt present a one legged tramp that will leave to day Wo aro led to believe that his kindness of heart is caused by those with whom ho has associated from childhood Tho lovely homo of Mr and Mrs W W Withers was opened to their many friends last Saturday ovening The event being a debut party in honor of their two daughters Misses Emma and Maude Tho entertainment of tho evening wns composed of music and dancing until the guests woo invited into the dining hall where an elaborate supper had been prepared for the occasion After doing justice to all tho dainties they wero inuited into the parlor where they remained entertaining with social chat until thtf wee hours of Sunday wore drawing so near they had to thank their host and hostess for such an enjoyable evening and return to their homes Miss Emma and Maudo wero gowned in stylish suits of one of tlie new shades of blue They are very amiable young ladies with many charming accomplishments and wo feel suro they will bo great favorites in society Â¬ Â¬ Correctly weekly hy Pumphrcr V ttifcr Pro Â¬ duce Cominlstlon Merchants lib Second SI bet Miiln and Market JjouIitIIIc Ky It was so tr fMtniCAN nc associAtiON Whon Colonel Uuyunrd read this order every vestigo of color left his face Ho could not bollcvo tho ovidonco of Ms nouses Was it posslblo that lie Mark Mnyiiard oncqcoiidcniiicd to bo executed for n spy wni called upon to super intend tho trial nnd tho execution which would doubtless follow of nnothor for tho samo ofTenso nnd that other n wom an Yet thcro wcro tho instructions duly signed By order and only ono Ho held it moaning could bo nttnrhcd listlessly in his hand for nwlillo and then handed it to his chief of stuff At what hour shall tho court coiuo -- togothor colonel I prosurao at onco Tho order so diÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ryiu n log on mo sliouMi rs drummed out of camp with shaved head and feath O Lord O Lord ers behind mo cars Â¬ rects doesnt it How about tho witnesses You will havo to send to tho sourco from which tho prisoner camo to us In that event I will flx tho hour for 8 oclock this afternoon Tho jmlgo nd vocato will rcquiro n littlo tinio to pro paro tho charges and speciflcatio s As you think best Colonel Maynard turned nnd went into his tent Hours passed nnd ho did Tho colonol is in trounot como out Thoy say ho was onco ble said ono in tho socrct servico himsolf said another Then ho knows how it is to bo in Hitch a fix as tho woman np in that houso It was at Hos been thcro Chattanooga n year ngo They say ho brought tho nows of Braggs ndvanco Well if ho has to into Kentucky execnto n sentenco of death on n spy nnd that spy n woman I wouldnt bo in his boots for tho shoulder straps of n major general Ami so tho comments went on whilo tho colonel kept his tent and Miss Uaggs peered dreamily out of tho window watcho 1 by guards Â¬ Â¬ Thocorp ral mounted his horso and was soon Jogging along nt n snails paco toward Colonol Mnynards headquar Â¬ ters Thcro ho was directed to whoro tho court was sitting Corporal Ratigan youro lato said tho prosideut sttrnly Tho corporal Atutd out said nothing Ho was directed to wait till somo prolimiuniioH had been disposed of nnd It nocded ho took position in n corner nil tho strength of which ho was pos sessed to maintain himsulf on his legs and ho tried to keep his eyes from look Â¬ ing about tho courtroom Ho feared that if they rested on tho prisoner even for n moment ho would Biuk down on tho floor n heap of bluo uniform and boots Nevertheless tho eyes will not al ways bo controlled Despito Ills efforts Rntignns gavo involuntary glances hero nnd thcro until suddenly they rested on tho object they wero oxpectcd to avoid sitting opposite surrounded by guards pale but self possessed nnd n pair of glorious oyes looking nt him with snch sympathy nnd enconragemwrt that tho poor man felt ns if tho vrtti dows of heaven had been opened aid i nngol was looking out to givo ltlm strength Onco his oyes wero riveted on hers thero was no getting them away until ho was suddenly nroused by n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oilldoi OiIldoll impatiently- - tho porson Woll driving whatuver it was you saw How could 01 know that It was natural to iufor that thcro being n horso nnd bugy near tho pris oner had been driving It TherO Was no buggy Woll tho pieces Now 01 would nsk tho court said Ratigail steadying himsolf to impress tho members With tho probability of ills position if tho person orwhntivcrlt was 01 saw tampcriu with tho wlro moigliteut havo turned off on another road and 01 suddenly lighted on this Â¬ ono bob from re rnfomxl Quadroon count us that to wet npplauxu w ill can your undoubtedly cen- Â¬ tury whits urmiKO Benjamin mul been coming We Join teUKniplu orit nnd givo tho next witness your place Tho next witness was nn officer from tho camp to which tho prisoner had first been taken after her capture Ho testified that upon a proposition to search her t ho had voluntarily produced ilel wcro shown to tho dispatches him in court nnd ho identified them as tho samo ns thoso sho had given np A reading of these dispatcher was called for nnd they wero read Iu addition to thoso Miss Daggs deci phered when at tho Fain plantation wero two others which wero ns follows Crawfish BrniNos CK Bopt II 1853 JIolillo Urn tun you hen i i li s from other Â¬ Thatll do corporal You may step Pinned to this tologram was a paper bearing nu uttompt nt explanation in tho prisoners handwriting To Burton probably Burnaldo on your coming can wo count when can wo count on your coming Applause ioiihi crson probably thu signer telegraphs been ro enfurord from somo ono telegraph that Quadroon proba- bly Bragg lus been ro enforced from other points Totts ready wo result condition us if separat ed goes Jack all lnully rapidly attack scattered tho twentieth and doodla D shall but I in the but well plaster Arubiit uro up should present dread tho concentrated Jet bo by should our enemy closing wo to WASitlNaTov Kept 1803 CHAPTER XV Till EI When Corporal Hatigan loft Miss Daggs with tho general to whom ho had unwillingly conducted her ho was in such a condition of mind that ho for got nil nbout his horso nnd started to wnlk toward his camp When a cavalry man shows such ovidunco of nhvinco of mind it is n suro sign that ho is in n Rati condition bordering on insanity gan walked soino clibtancu boforo it occurred to him that ho was pursuing nn unusual means of locomotion then ho turned back to get his horso When ho arrived nt tho placo from which ho had departed Miss Ilaggs had gono Mount ing ho rodo to his own camp nnd upon reaching thero ho first went directly to his tout then shunning his comrades stolo away ton wood and throw himself on his faco in tho shade of n largo treo and gavo liimtclf up tc grief O Lord O Lord ho moaned if Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What It was too dnik to soo anything Woll stato what you did sea I only thought I saw something Come come said llio president sternly wo havo no tinio to waste Tell tho story of tho capture Thus commanded tho corporal braced himself to givo tho desired account Oi wa rldin to camp after hav in posted thu relief nnd couiiu along tho road it was tho load Oi was corn Oi Oi colonel it was so in along dark nono of yo could havo seen yor Tho corporal hand before yer fare stopped and gavo ovidenco of sinking on tho lloor Well goon J voice Corporal Ratigan Mechanically ho staggered to a placo designated ns a witness stand and hold ing on to tho back of n chair steadied himsolf to givo his testimony Stato how you first saw tho prisoner tampering with tho telegraph lino on said tho yostcrday morning Sept judgo advocate nu officer vory tall very slender nnd very serious looking 01 didnt ko her utull 1 Thero was no attempted explanation with this telegram Either tho prisoner had mndo no headway with it or sho had not snflleicnt timo probably both though it was moro difficult to deci pher than nuy of tho others Thoso telegrams had been scut to general headquarters and an interpretation of thorn furnished whih was rtad to tho court Â¬ Â¬ CllAWl 1811 BllilNGS Qa Sept II 1SG3 To Iluniiula Ilulleck tolegraplis that you will Join us When emi wo count on your coming Bragg lias undoubtedly lieen ro enforcod from Virginia and other points ll0SECnKS CllAVtlMii tii itixas Qa Sept 10 1613 To tho Secretary of War All goes well Yio nro badly separated but closing up rapidly If tho cuen y should ut tack us in our present scattered condition I should dread tliu result Hut ty thu pri sent Kith w o sliall bo eoueeutruted mid ready D There win somcthiu Hack in tho road or by tho siilo of it Ci stopped to Tho reading of theso dispatches pro duced nn iiuprcioi on tho court very unfavorable to tho pri oner Sho had hold tho very lifo of tho army in her bands Had thu got through tho lines with theso two ciphers nnd their inter protntious pho would havo supplied tho enemy witli such information as would put nn end to nil uncertainty nnd insuro nn attack on tho Army of tho Cumber Â¬ land beforo it could bo concentrated or supported by other troops This would havo resulted iu its annihilation Thcro was really no defenso to make and tho defending couusol simply placed his client on tho mercy of tho court hoping that being n woman death might not bo tho penalty Tho room wns cleared nnd tho verdict considered Tho court wero not long in convicting tho accused of being n spy and nmenn blo to tho treatment of spies bnt ns to tho punishment thcro wns a groat di- Â¬ versity of opinion Somo thought that imprisonment iu n uorthom penitenti- Â¬ ary would bo n sufficient ntonoment Tliero wcro those who argued that this would not havo tiny otfect to doter oth ers from similar acts nt a timo whon tho nrmy was in so critical n situntion Â¬ Â¬ I D Haynes has a severe caso of la grippe A large crowd atlcndi d chuich at Wa- Â¬ lnut Grove Sunday II A Parks recently sold II 0 Kurlz Webster a flue pair of Polan China pigs A S Dye has replenished his store with now goods and is now icady for customers Winter luu broke we think so the women and snakes havo put In their appearance Georgo Coleman formerly of this place now resjding iu Hardin county was here last Saturday A J Dye has had a severe attack of grip lor somo weeks but we are glad to ldarn he Is greatly improved VB A Parks received ono of the rfcwious 0 1 0 pigs from the L B Sil- ver Co Cleveland Ohio which weighed 48 lbs on arrival Just eight weeks old It would certainly bo a wise act if the grand jury would look down on qur Sun- Â¬ day card players and horse shoe pitchers and teach them its not only sinful but a shame and disgrace to society and the developemont of good morals and char- Â¬ acter Let tho Sabbath be a day of rest and quietude undisturbed by such nui Â¬ sance Household Treasure D W Fuller of Cnnajolmrie A Flows of 1805 Wo take pleasure in presenting Tho CoiislltullonVttOO offer for tho farmers of 185 Tho priza consists of 100 in casli for the best acre of cotton corn tobucco watermelons or sweet potatoes The annoticement is mado beforo the planting of tho crop so as to ennhlo all who will to take plrt in tho contest En trits may bo made up to Juno 1st nnd by that tlmo overy contestant must enter his name with Tho Constitution and stato which acre he will cotnpeto for In every circular Tho Constitution frankly Elates that tho care taken in tho preparation of tho land tho selection of seedp tho U60 of fertilizers a rrcord of costs and dates of plowing and other cul- Â¬ tivation and a careful record of tho heavy rainfalls the periods of drouths and all the other data giving tho history of tho crop from tho breaking of tho soil to tho harvesting will bo an object leBson of vast hnpoitanco to t very contestant whether he wins tho prize or not This is a practical demonstration that a farm run on the Intensive plan by giv Â¬ ing careful attention to tho thorough cultivation of a few acres properly rather than tho poor cutivation of a larger area will be far better than n reduction of farm acreage by resolutions Tho offer is mode to encourage the raising of homo supplies and illustrate tho souths great r ossiblllties in agriculture and to stimulate the proper cultiva- Â¬ tion of every possible ncro to add to tho independence cf tho farmer The prizes will be awarded by three competent judges recognized as high authority in agricultural matters Tho terms are briefly these Every contestant must bo a subscriber to The Weekly Constitution Ho must keop a record of Tho Con- Â¬ stitutions aero upon a blank which will bo furnished him freo upon application The contest is open to overy southern farmer By special arrangement with Tho Con- Â¬ stitution wo offor the BnixKuxnniGE News with Tho Weekly Constitution one year for 00 or if you already havo our paper send us 1 and we will send you Tho Constitution ono year Wo arc pleased to say that onr neigbor in Georgia is perhaps tho greatest of all American weekly newspapers Its columns each week which will bo increased to eighty four columns shortly como brim full of the latest news of the world and many excellent feat- Â¬ ures of special interest to the state be- Â¬ sides its well conducted departments for tho farm and the household Every subscription received through us will untitle tho subscriber to enter the prize acre contest as well as to guess in the 2000 contest closing May 1st This is an extraordinary opportunity to procure two good newspapors for a year ono to supply the county news in tho quickest and best possible shape and tho other to bring weekly the news of tho great world teeming with political current history farmers notes and every- Â¬ thing elso that will interest overy mem- Â¬ ber of the ianilly You will find no better season to sub Â¬ scribe nor any greater offer than tho present Â¬ Â¬ 1 LOUISVIblK KY April 2 15115 8hlper ahonltl mark all pnokbsn plainly with ihlpperi name and poit oOlot addren Choice country Medium Creamery n BUTTER 14 15 8 a EOOS 20 Freih DEANS Michigan hand picked Navy odlaoa Old or Common and colored 1 1 Of to 22 4 75 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 35 J Prime whit Mixed Old No 1 dock goie FKATHEUS 254 30 15 U 0 UIDES 4 25 ft 00 38 Oreen rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep iklnt Vi 7 5 S bi 1i 20 a 40 POULTRV 7 Ducki 9 Turkey alive 0 m 10 Turktys dretied DRIED APJLEt AND PKACHEs Apples choice bright quarters to Apples average 4K to 6 Ilencperlb 78li to 5 bi Apples old Peaches new Peaches old 4 WOOL Tub washed Orease line Grease coarse Merino Barry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS 21 16 13 10 8 S ly lo 16 12 12 2 Tallow Beeswax 4K Sorghum wharfs 36 30 HAY GRAIN FEED Wo quote prices to day on Louisville oil J OATS 32 36 13 00 12 00 11 00 Molassesr No 2 oati DAY Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- CORN Chotoo white Choice shelled - 10 60 11 00 10 00 4 50 S 4 00 3 60 3 40 42U 46 4 25 3 76 3 65 3 25 6 CO CATTLE Good to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butchers Medium to good butchers HOGS Choice packing and butchers to good Fair 100 lbs 300 Roughs Shoata and pigs and SUEEP Good to oxtra shipping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra spring- Fair to good 4 90 4 85 6 80 under4 76 2 00 2 75 S 4 80 6 76 6 00 2 25 2 60 4 75 4 60 2 50 4 00 Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co TIME SCHEDULE XuUIUK A Effoct At 6Q0 oclck U Sunday Ssc 30 18S4 Yfttt Bound Train MM Kxpri Exprs Mall Sail STATIONS Bound Tram 62 Mall M Dally Kxpra Hxpr Dally 1 Dally 630pm 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 45 25 30 47 Dally TSUim 74 8 25 lvUnn ptar Kentucky St West Point Howard Ekron 828 8 45 65 01 21 30 38 45 65 813 863 9W 911 9 IU 9 30 Rock Haven Long Branch COjm 8 30ia 12 45 815 7 35 1125 12Wun 7 30 1147 Brandenburg Guiton Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg US 714 7 07 9 47 9 1009 1014 1020 10 33 93J CO 900 914 917 PRESTON Win week M 9 09 9 28 9 31 9 43 1000 Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllroan Holt Frymire was at Chenault last Mercor N Y OV OV of lovely women to bo attached to each division of tho army nnd tho enemy thorod bonomoro flghtin for oithor causo Each would fight tho other nbout tho women nnd tho causo would liov totakocaroof itself Corporal Ratigan I Tho corporal put his hands to his oars nnd groaned Corporal Ratigan I say Still tho corporal would not hear no know that somo ona was nppronching for whuther ho would or not ho could not holp hearing his namo called each tinio more distinctly Irosontly n sol dier stood looking down at him Corporal Ratigan ho said yor wanted at tho headquarters of Colonel Mnyiiard commanding tho tli bri Â¬ Â¬ HE SAID listen Tliuu 01 thought somo ono might bo tampcriu with the line mind ye 01 only thought it and Oi called on whoiver it wns to surrender Then Oi hoard n got up and whativcr it wns dashed off Oi followed it as fast ns Ivor Oi could callln on em to stop and flrin mo Colt Divll a bit did any ono stop Tho corporal paused again It looked ns if ho wcro not gom to get any further Goon my man Well thon wo camo to tho camp of s division and I was halt Â¬ General ed by tho guards whilo what Oi had seen got ahead fjo Oi lost sight of it entirely Â¬ thoyd organized carpi li N gade Whats Hint for nsked tho cor pital without changing his position Witness for court martial Why will peoplo ask questions ex Â¬ planatory of disagrccablo events or mis fortunes tho answers to which thoy Â¬ Proceed Woll wiunt it tho fnult of guards stoppiu mo and lettlu tho er go on and no fault of mine Go oil Whats tho uso of goin on Oi sight of what wns tainporln with tho oth Â¬ lost tho know woll enough nlready And why when tho iuforuiution comes will they dony its truth If yoBay that again Conovor OiU bronlc evory bono in yor body Whats tho lnnthcr wid yo corporal Ratigan by this tlmo had got upfrom tbo ground whoro ho was lying nnd npproachod his tormentor Dont ask mo Conover mo boy Why Rats yer lookiii ns if yo wero goin to bo tried yorseli Tried Oiiu to suffor on tho rack ns ono of mo nncesttrs did ouco iu tho old Tower iu Lunuoii Hows that Oh dont mo dout ask mo 01 can uiver enduro this trial Olll doi Â¬ wires But you overtook it rk Yor Como brnco yorsolf mo boy in uo condition to bo goin boforo u court What is it all anyway What is it all A woman to bo triod for her Ufa And I caught her Olin to bear witness against lior O God if theyd let wo off by tyiu mo op by the tboiubt buck hi and gaggln car Oilldoi you find 01 didnt And what OId soon What had you soon Didnt 01 toll yo it was so dark that 01 couldnt soo anything That wont do corporal You oor taiuly followed something Now on coming up with it what did you find it How can 01 swear it was tho same Thcro wai a smilo on tho faces of thoso prcsont Tho quostiouor soomed puzzled at tho corporals dovlco to avoid testifying acalust tho prisoner Did you not rldo on and overtnko What you had socn Divll a bit I know better You wont on and found Bomothing In tho road What did to bo It wasnt what 01 followed That whativcr it was had gone out with tho moniln light thing ghostly 01 reckon it was somo liow Nonseufts Did yon not And tho Wag Iu the gram 01 did replied tho wltuou u If Thou tho importnuco of tho dispatches Miss Bnggs was attempting to dolivcr to tho enemy tho fact that their deliv ery would havo given auy general prompt to tako ndvantago of nu armys weakness an opportunity to destroy tho Army of tho Cumberland acted seriously upon thoso who wero disposed toward Somo members of tho court clomoncy CONSTANTINE argued that tho prisoner had acted as a man and must tnko tho consequences tho samo as if sho wero n man There J B Wuilworth is laid up with soro was nono but knew that in this viow of tho caso sho would bo immediately throaty hanged Tho disputants soon ranged 0 0 Weyrautu spent Sunday with his themselves on opposlto sides tho ono in family favor of an oxtromo course tho other of The mad stone would not stick to Bob a lifo imprisonment But tho critical position of tho army and thu enormity Mercers hand of the offense finally won over tho lat- Â¬ Come in and take a look at Heyscrs ter and tho casg was compromised by Jersey calf and his lino pies tho convicted woman being sentenced --jGoorgo lleyser shipped GOO dozen eggs to bo shot nt sunrise tho next morning tills week How is that for one little Tho verdict audhontenco woro approved town within two hours of tho finding and The young folks report a good timo at Colonel Mark Mnynard was ordered to soo that tho scntcuco was duly curried Mr Boards Saturday night Pound out party TO 11 COKTIKUKD Georgo Hall Will Shumate and Iko Those who never read Ihe advertise Â¬ 11 lo wero the guests of Mr and Mrs J ments in their newspapers miss mora B Whitworth Saturday night Oliver Brothers havo started their saw than thoy presume Jonathan Kenison of Bolan Worth Co Iowa who had mill Thoy have a grist mill in connect been troubled with rheumatism in his ion and will do grinding for the com- Â¬ back aims and shoulders read an item munity in his paper about how a prominent Ed McGutlln of Harned paid his German citizen of Ft Madison bad been mother a visit Saturday and Sunday but cured He procured tho same medicine stayed tho most of his time at Dr and to use his own words It cured roe Stones oma again Ed wo are always A neighbor glad to see you He also says right up Cant tell what that and his wife wcro both sick in bed with other iellow thinks rheumatism Their boy was over to my Littlo Bob Mercer was bitter by a dog houso and eald they wero so bad ho had Sunday morning The dog bad been to do the cooking I told him of Cham acting vory strango for a few days and betlalus Pain Balm and how It had cured slnco then has dltd Mr Mercer Is very me ho got a bottlo and it cured them up uneasy about his littlo boy as some in a week AO cont bottles for sale by think tho dbg was going mad 11 and A Fisher Cloverport Ky Rev II 0 Hook preacliod quite an In Â¬ Kincheloo Board Hardlnsburg Ky teresting srnion at thla placo Friday night All wh heard him are well The Courier JoumaPi flop Tho flop of Tho Courier Journal Is cal- Â¬ pleased and glad he left another appoint Â¬ culated to surprise people who subscrib- Â¬ ment for Friday night beforo the fourth ed for it under the impression that it was Sunday in April Come out everybody It Is now u to hear him a democratic newspaper i J violont a partisan of the Intereata of tho gold gamblers as it wwd to bo of the Cry rights of the people Atlanta CosMltu tlon HuHoweU yoHr NHteri Â¬ Â¬ ni says that hd always keeps Dr Kings New Discovery in tho house and his family has always found tho very best results folio wits use that he would not bo without it if procurable GA Dykeman Druggist Catsklll N Y says that Dr Kings New Discovery is un- Â¬ doubtedly tho best Cough Remedy that ho has used it in bis family for eight years and it lias never failed to do al that is claimed for it Why not try a remedy so long tried nnd tested Trial bottlo free at A R Fishers drug store Regular size 00c and 100 will bo an agreeable surprise to persons subject to attacks of bilious colic to learn that prompt relief may bo had by taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera and It Mrs Win Allen visited Mrs 964 1002 10 Â¬ Diarrhoea Remedy In many instances the attack may be prevented by taking this remedy as soon nsthe flrstsyraptoms of the disease appear 25 and CO cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher Clover port Ky and Kincheloo Board Har- Â¬ dlnsburg Ky A Fiano ut a Nominal Frice Chicagos largest music houso Lyon Ilealy has moved into a magnificent now building They have a number of slightly used and second hand pjanos returned from Worlds Fair renting etc etc which they havo determined to sac sacrifice rather than to try to make room for Theso instruments com priso Square panos at 140 67 00 100 and 125 Upright pianos at S12C H0 1C0 105 100 200 225 240 and upward Grand pianos at 200 350r 300 and upward Nearly all originally sold for from two to four times their prtsent price Almost all prominent makes In squares and up- Â¬ rights are represented including among numerous others Chlckering Knabo Stelnway Webor Deckor Steele Fischer etc This is an opportunity that will not occur acaln as Lyon and Ilealy have not moved for twenty joars Immediate attention is therefore necessary A good plan would be to order a piano leaving the selection to Lyon Ilealy How- Â¬ ever they will send a list nnd full par- Â¬ ticulars upon application Any piano not proving satisfactory may bo returned at their cxponso Address nt their new salesrooms corner Wabash Avenue and Adams Street Chicago Distance is no obstacle in taking advantage of this re- Â¬ markable chance to obtain a piano for in proportion to tho saving to bq mado tho freight charges aro insignificant If you do not already know them by repu- Â¬ 111 tation any banker assuro you of Lyon and Ilealys entire rcspousllityand record of over a third of a century for honorable dealing Write to lay so as to avoid disappointment MMMMrSQeOOS I Delicate Or - Wnmftfii SHOULD USB Debilitated so near Raymond last Friday 919 1012 911 436 Hughes Frymire is in Louisville at Â¬ 1018 9C5 1035 4 20 tending Bryant Strattons 8 40 1048 4 08 830 400 EugeneGilliland took a business trip to 1059 1109 817 347 8 09 1114 341 Hardlnsburg last Wednesday 227 010 1119 337 S J Brashear went to Louisville lost 1125 1235 7 68 330 12 42 1133 70 323 week to purchase Bprliig merchandise 1263 7 42 1145 316 7 34 310 Mrs S W Bassett and Master LeRoy 1163pm 1269 1210ara 1 15pm arHendersn Iv 720am 266pm weie visiting near Walnut Grove last week Mrs Joo Brunor and Mrs Walter Bar T Ry FordsvJIe Branch ger wero in town last Saturday shop Â¬ L St L ping TIME TABLE No 24 Mr nnd Mrs Jas Robinson visited TAKING EFFECT DEO 30 1894 relatives In the vicinity of Walnut Grovo West Bound Trains East Bound Train i last week Daily Dally WLDally Dally Littlo Miss Blanche Payne of Walnut ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun ssal No 5 Nol No 2 No f Grove is still with her sister Mrs Jas 10 10am L Irvlngton Ar 9 20am Hk Oarrfeld Robinson 1160 810 1205pm 7 60 Harned Mrs llarvo Brumfleld Is seriously ill 1222 Hardlnsburg 7 30 Is- M1258 Kirk 7 00 Wr and her friends havo yery littlo hppo of 6 60 lolly 110 her recovery Glcndeane 121 6 30 Dempster 135 6 20 Lodlburg I hope you will soon pay arPallsftoughlv 610 165 M 230 Hockvale 627 me that promised visit aa I am dying Mf 2 42 Kuth 516 m to know whom you nro Asklns 50 26t I 3 01 Oaka 4 60 Mis Barney Gilliland returned last 340pm ArFordsvillaLv 43am asjiih week from Chenault where she had 11 gone for tho purpose of initiating her U daughter into the inyterles of house- Â¬ keeping Miss Etta May Allen enters tho Har- Â¬ dlnsburg College shortly Miss Allen was ono of my most promising pupils of the school term recently closed and I Condensed News can safely predict a successful term for her at Hardlnsburg Stories Many thanks to Brandenburg for that Miscellany neat compliment Preston is a he1 Womens Department very much so I fear as regards feminine Childrens Department follies fancies weakness of intellect Agricultural Department and other faults peculiar to her sex But I bow submissively to tho preroga- Â¬ Political Department tives of tho opposlto sex and coyet not Answers to Correspondents 1 auy of them Indeed youll never catch nQiioriis me going to the polls if bat millenium Everythingyou speak of dawns while Im bore on eartli I think Ill employ my time WILL HU FOUND IN TUB then going from houso to bouse taking caro of the littlo children and keeping houso for the madams who desire to do Weekly Courier Journal I -- 07 1019 1060 1102 1109 1115 1119 1125 1143 1266am 12 0pm 1218 1223 100 1131 1122 1114 1105 1069 1049 1041 1037 1028 1023 1020 10 05 9 48 9 23 668 643 8 40 630 814 606 662 S3 6 57 6 45 5 40 llawesville Falcon Cayce Lewfiport rowers Pates Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Iteads SpotUvllle-Dasetta Ietrle 9S7 929 621 609 4 69 4 51 4 45 4 42 62 -- M K H H If If B E ST - - BRADFIELDS female ReonlatorI Every Ingredient potaaoi superb Toulo properties and exerts a wpuder i f ul Influence la toning up and strewgth Jevtugber Byttftoi by driving Uiieegli the proper cbaanel all Impurities iHeolth and strength are guaranteed to mult from IU um Mrwlfewlio k4ilJi fur alylilMii fOUl IWr Ullltf MAMIU VlNAlk r J Children for kMiATm nr two raonlhi i -J- 7MOHfiWNM frArk 9t UIii wlf St larart ll0Mrr8M PIthr trl 14WrMlprfWUiluWrfcoUW MMflCi OS KWL4TM 06 Afc Tho Meade County Messenger ie a ten page eight column Democratic Newn four page weekly brimful of news and Appr HSNXr WATTBM0lrt the Editor will be sent to any address for only eoventy flvo cents a year The Bhsck PRICE 100 h YEAR KNiiinax Nkws Is a six page weekly con- Â¬ taining all the latest happenings sub- Â¬ scription price only pne dollar a year TheWKEKLY COUKIKRJOUKNAI makes very literal If you wleh to subscribe for either paper Wit wtw i terms to agents Sample copies I 4 4 rremiuiR Sufkpbmcat Mitt give your name and the subecrlptloti any adrca Write to v COURIERjaURNAL COMPANY prioe to Mia Chaw 0 Graham awl the IeHlkvllle Kyi current Jewe will be forwarded you If you have any adrerMeementa to be In THE MCOKENRIME P1EW8 serted In either pafw then to the ANO THE same lady and they will nwelve prompt WEEKLY OBUMER JQUf NAL attention to WilUxi aamti one year lo any 175 A4tJtMXhtBuKKiaiD0ic Xiwt Or Price Crfw fttliiHg Powder 1 it kul l addi M Ww4 Ntr HtM4 w4mI iifiHjiilMnMi i wltMNiii t a- - WH TFP - f rAV VleaeWaifcW iWidj flWWprW - r - MMlMWiaMMMMMllMMil i R3H - HI I II WWrWflr7 Pair c v tTp EWtppyiM Ill i WlwpppHPH i ii II Awarded Ugliest Honors World MB BREiOKBNRIDQB Tho small boys aro happying - HEHWS FOREOT FIRE8 OLOYBRPORT KY QLENDEANE Â¬ i circus coin Â¬ r DR Frank Boyd is fn tho rity D W Voylef Lyonla Is dead Perforated stamping done by Mrs J C Heist HI We CREAM William Preston is section bona at this place W II Rlchnrdton of Louisville was hero last week Mrs E A Baldwin is spending n week In our city Naco Lewis and 0 W Moorman went to Louisville Friday Â¬ Lous of Lifo nnd Ps both ai n receipt n expiration nollce every week Kxamlnc the date printed after vour name on the margin of thl paper and tee If it It correct If not correct please to let ut know If your time hat expired please renew at once Miss Emma Reidel is visiting her sister Miss Rose Reidel Mrs Flago Carter who was very sick Inst week is improving Rev 8 G Shelly will preach at Holts next Sunday at 11 a m MOST PERFECT MADE Bob Lindloy and his engino No it are A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free out again in Hying colors from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Pat tons brick plant will start up this 40 YEARS THE STANDARD week and tho Acme April 20 Notice toSubscribers Mr 0 P Bush Louisville was the The date on the label Indicates the time to which your inscription It paid Thli serves guest of Mr F J Ferry yesterday BAKING POWDfft Breckenridge St News 1895 WEDNESDAY APRIL 3 LOCAL BREVITIES ft k V 8 Genuine innpio sugar nt the City Bak- Â¬ ery ThiiuBs pure apple vinegar nt the City Bakery P S Miller of Owcnsboro spent Sunday here Mathias Miller of Hardinsburg was in town last week Munseys Magazine delivered for ton cents Babbage Ma Jo to order prices Mrs HV Dun- Â¬ can the milliner Mrs Win Hall went to Webster last Saturday evening Mrs Dr Watkins and children return- Â¬ ed homo last week Mr Gus Brannon of Owonsboro was in our city Suuday F Fraizo and V G Babbage went to llawisvllle last Thursday John M Taul of Clover Cjeek loft lust week for Ilumbolt llls Gents lino black lioso Ilermsdorf brand for SOcttfat Babbages Percale shirts in all of the latest de- Â¬ signs enn now bo seen at Babbagos Prices are like McGlnty at tho bot- Â¬ tom Mrs V Duncan tho milliner Messrs 0 T and J K Skillman spent several days last week in Louisville Mr F J Ferry has gone to house- Â¬ keeping in Mr Pv S Millers residence Miss Nellie Burks of Holt is the guest of Mrs Ilobt Moorman this week Mrs John Heston and baby of Holt spent Wednesday with Mrs Amel Oelze Ben Hum ill bo at Cloverport every Saturday during the season J F Cart- Â¬ er Miss Nora Oelzj has come to town to mako her homo with her brother Alfred Odlze Mrs Clias Ligbtfoot and Miss Juda Miller returned from Louisville Friday night The March Cosmopolitan is unusually entertaining Get a copy at Babbages only 15 cents - Light Brahma eggs for sale Felcli strain 100 for 15 Mus John Nbvitt Irvington Ky It wont take all youve got to get all you want we bave most everything you wanti Sulzere Our spring lino of Monarch sbiits is awaiting your inspection como in and Babbage see them Judgo Jno Roberts D W Fairleigh and C L Cornwell were passengers on the east bound train Saturday Florists may howl may growl Grocers may holler And try to follow Hut all in vain Mrt II V Duncan the milliner bound to gain fo BM ft r l W y- V U Druggist I Is always at Irvington wanU everybody to know tlurf Miss Molllo Board tho new milliner ho 1b thero in the business U Miss Eliza May entertained etayJ the Choc- Â¬ olate Candy Club last Friday night at the home of her sister Mrsj Scott Vance Mrs Sam Dix of Stephensport was in tho city last Friday the guest ol Mrs L G Gregory She came down to do some shopping V Subscriptions taken for any magazine or paper you desire and delivered prompt Â¬ ly as they may bo issued Leave your orders at Babbages Obituary notices and resolutions of respect inserted at 5 cents a lino Par tics sending tn theso notices will pleaso bear this in mind Eggs for sale from puro Plymouth Rock White Leghorns Light Brahmas White Oochen and Langshan J II Carson Cloverport Ky Dobies Coflee Economizer makes your Fits any pot colTeo last twice as long Co Free circular Arthur L Doble Grant Bldg Atlanta Ga - Mrs Amanda Fisher after several weeks visit in Louisville the guest of rela Â¬ ac Â¬ tives returned home Saturday companied by Mr El Bacon The ladles can buy their spring hala of Mies Mollle Board at Irvington as cheap as they can get thctn at any other point Her prices are In keeping wlthlhe times Give her a call Mies Mollle B Board has opened a millinery store at Irvington and has a atoek of ladles hats that are of the very ialeet style Mies Mollle spent several months ia Chicago last year where she worked in some of the beet millinery establishments iu that city She prom lees lo give the people of Irvington and Mirrouuding country anything they want linery line thk spring in the rlit Remember the prayer meeting at the Methodist church Thursday night Misses Margaret and Elizabeth Bow iner aro expected homo this week Miss Minnie Murray and Victor Bow mor spent Sunday in Hardinsburg VKelly Bland McQuady was in town Inst week the first time in eight years Ex Deputy Sheriff Chas Miller of Hardinsburg was in tho city last Friday Miss Greenwood of Irvington camo down last week to see her sister Mrs Carter A J Mullen Lcltcl field was visiting his brothers William and Joe Mullen last week LCeon McGavock is preparing to build a residenco on tho lot ho purchased from II J May Mrs II V Duncan and Mrs Capt Rowland spent two days In Louisville last week Misa Allieno Murray is at homo after so journing two weeks at the Fisher Homestead Eugeno Kingsbury and Bob Mayhall got the contract for putting up the circus bulletin boards Miss Ora Alexander is able to get out for a shoit walk Hope sho will soon bo entirely well Miss Florence Alien Fairleigh of Lou isvillo Is visiting her cousins Louise and Mildred Babbage There is nothing better than the best and you will never fail in finding it at our store Sulzers Special price for to day only on lace curtain stretchers be sure to take ad Â¬ vantage of this Sulzers Hal Murray has in his possession a young hyena Hal will take pleasure in showing it to any of his friends You will find through our stock ninny grades from flno to cheap yet all grades the best of the kind Sulzers Miss Young after a very pleasant visit vuth her sister Mrs C B Skillmnn will leavo for her homo at Morganfleld to- Â¬ day If you want bargains that prove their worth in use that look biggor out of the store than they do in come to us Sulzers Put us to tho test our prices cannot fail to win remember wo sell every day at as cheap prices as can possibly bo made Sulzers JSen Manager A M McCrockon was Called to Bucyrus 0 last week on ac- Â¬ count of tho death of his mother Sho was 82 years old Our grocery department the life savÂ¬ ing station wo eat to live and live to eat why not live while you can Wo have nil your appetite may crave Sulzers The News is indebted to tho Hardins Â¬ burg Flouring Mill for u sack of their excellent flour Wife says its good and what sho says goes you know at our house especially A protracted meeting will begin iu the Elm street Methodist church next Sun Â¬ day conducted by the pastor Rev S G Shelly assisted by Rev G W Lyon of Morganflold All are invited Eggs for sale from puro bred fowls Light Brahmos Buff Cochins Silver Spangled Hamburgs White Leghorns Brown Leghorns Red Caps and B Ply Â¬ mouth Rocks Israel Holdeu Clover- Â¬ port Ky L Attsacs Allieno Murray and Bessie Hambltton entertained a dinnerparty at Those the Fisher Homestead Sunday present wore Mrs Etta Evans Misses Young and Ditto and Messrs Ed Bacon Louisville Patton Fisher Bonnier Vest and Murray immy Wheeler ono of our oldest and est known tobacco buyers died here lost Thursday of Brights disease Jim- Â¬ my had his peculiarities like all of us but ho was honorablo and honest as the days aro long and true to his friends Ho was devoted to his undo R R Pierce and since his death he has never been the same roan In his death a sor-Â¬ row came Into his life that never left him He had a host of friends in this town and county who will regret tp learn He died at tho residence of his death of his cousin R B Fierce and was bur Â¬ Rev ied in tho Cloverport coraetery Rutledgo conducted tho funeral Fortify the body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ our stomach malaria pepsia constipation jaundice bilious- Â¬ ness and all kindred troubles 44 A Strong Fortification The Fly Wheel of Life Pills are DrTutt Your Liver the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice I feel as if I had a new lease of life I Fairleitrh Platte Cannon Col- - The Worlds Fair Tests ahow0i mo Imklmg The woods In this vaclutty wcro all ablazo last Friday From every section of the country camo reports of great loss of property and damngo from tho effects of tho raging fires Ono man lost his life nnd thousands of dollars woith of houses barns fencing nnd timber were destroyed Tho southern part of Hancock county down on tho head waters of Pan ther creek where tho flro first origina- Â¬ ted seems to have suffered most From this point the track of tho fire was east- Â¬ ward in tho direction of Pisirnh Church in this county It was in this track Jind march of tho raging flames that tho unfortunate Char llo Bruncr encountered it and lost his life Ho was returning homo from his school at Asklns as was his usual cus-Â¬ tom Friday ovenings When in about a milu of Victoria a hurrienn of wind flro and smoko struck him and ho was lost literally burned up No ono knows how it happened how tho unfortunate man was led into such a trap of fire and flames There was no ono near to tell the sad story Tho first intimation of the sad fato of the mail was tho appear Â¬ ance of his bo Bo at Victoria all singed and burned nnd rider less This was near five oclock in tho evening No particular attention was given to tho rider less horso at tho time but later on word came that a man had been burned up Tho next morning tho horso was backed tracked and in about a mile east of Victoria tho charred remains of tho rider were found It is tho supposition that Mr Bruner attempted to make his way through the dense woods which lines either sido of the road at this point and tho rushing flames closed in upon him scared his horse which threw him and lie could not extrlcato himself When found ho was on his hands and knees bis head turned under his body Soma letters and a few dollars in silver were found near him by which ho was Identified Mr Bruncrs homo is at Sklllman where he has a Ho was a broth- Â¬ wife aud tno children er of tho Rev J T Bruner formerly of Pellvlllo Hisremalns were brought hero Satur- Â¬ day night and sent on to Skillmnn his home for burial loss or ritoiKnTY Mike Tierney lost 12000 staves and five or six thousand feet of fine lumber Robert McGavock lost four or five Wm Weatherholt n thousand rails barn and F Fraize all of his fencing Jimy Ewing Rosovillc lost his horse Larry Carroll lost all his fencing Clint Frank a largo lot of lumber and Dow Pate hasnt a panel of fence left Lew Miller lost his tobacco barn and Doc Hawkins 1000 panels of fence Virgo Hardin Keno Hendrick and Mrs Gabo Brickey were all heavy losers in fenceing It is said there is hardly n panel of fenco standing in this section along Clover Creek STEPHENSPORT Charlie Oelze living on tho pike it is Magistrates court will be held at said has very few panels of fenco left Stephensport tho 1Jth day of Juno 1805 Thos Elder lost a crop of 4000 pounds of tobacco and the Widow Jarboe a barn If you want a flro insurance policy Jos E Cbapln lost heavily in fencing writo R W Vaughn agent at Stephens Over in tho West View and Lost Run port Ky sections there were heavy losses report- Â¬ Services were held at tho Baptist ed Henry N Davis lost all of his fenc- Â¬ church Sunday morning nnd night by ing and Deff Benjamin 30000 rails Jim the Rov Wm II English Tucker a dwelling nnd all his fencing VMr L D Addison after an extensive John B Tucker his barn and tobacco trip through Texas Louisiana and Illi- Â¬ nois returned home Thursday THE WALTEE L MAIN SHOWS Mr Mike Gannon section foreman of the Texas at Brandenburg spent Sunday The Grandest and Best Aumsement hero with old acquaintances Enterprise on Earth Judgo J W Jarrett loft Monday for the city of Hardinsburg to be gone the Theso greatest of all great shows will whole week to attend the Court of como to Cloverport in all the vastness of Claims At a meeting of tho Board of Trustees their immenso entirety ou Tuesday Never in the history of tho past week the Chairman was in- Â¬ April 10th to appoint n fire Inspector for tented amusement institutions has n structed show of such vast magnitude been pre- Â¬ the town sented to the people of America as is the James F Jenkins the popular repre- Â¬ great Main Bbows and it is only fair to sentative of the Central Warehouse of say that the visit of these shows to this Louisville Ky was hero on business the section will bo tho cause for the congre- Â¬ first of the week gating of tho largest crowds ever seen in D S Richardsons hoop polo boat this county In organizing for tho pres- Â¬ from Wolf Creek in charge of Mr John ent season Manager Maiu has far out- Â¬ Flnnnery loaded on a large lot of poles done all efforts of any rival showman here Monday bound for tho South and tho introduction of tho scores of ex Mr Editor tho good citizens of this clusive features that can only be seen section request that you publish in your with tills show makes a visit to It not nesy Nkws the dates of tho several unllko a visit to tho recent Worlds Fair courts to bo held in Breckenridgo county Among tho attractions that are pre- Â¬ Mr Rolaud A Smith tho popular sented by no other show on earth is hotel man sajs ho had a full houso of Wallace tho famous riding lion a mons- Â¬ that actually drummers the past week and his teams ter king of the forest were kept busy and Horace and Jim rides upon tho back of a swiftly running Arabian steed at every porfoimance A were kfpt busy also Mr and Mis Samuel Reynolds of herd of trained elephants and a bcIiooI thorough- Â¬ Rome Ind have tho heartfelt sympathy of almost humanly educated There are 120 circus acts bred ho see of this entire people over the loss of their beautiful homo by tiro last Monday in tho three rings and on the elevated morning AVo regret very much that stages A five continent menagerie that contains tho finest collection of rare wild they carried no insurance beasts ever seen in ono collection Capt Little Myra DSt daughter of Chris Pierre Perlor will daily mako two dives whilo playing Beet tho shingle man fom tho top ol a tower 100 feet high his around tho woll at the distillery last exhibition is free to all and takes place Tuesday lost her balance and fell in and at 1030 a m and 030 p ni but for the prompt assistance of her The dally parado occures at 10 a m brother Christie would soon have lost It Is a mass of golden mln pr shine her life In a watery gravo Wo suggest magnificence more than a mile in length that tho honorablo Board o Trustees and contains a full score of open dens of should see that this well is fenced n bo It is worth cbmlng rare wild beasts fore soino child loecs its life in it miles to Bee It was ordained by the Board of Trus Â¬ tees laet week that on and after the first day of April 03 any hog found la the town llwlls without a ring in his under the eyes and a sallow now will be taken up by the Marshal show biliousness and nut in a pen and the owner fined complexion This is one of the most disa Â¬ 100 fer each oSVnee The abeve ordi naaee spplhw to town aud country alike greeable of stomach disorders nothing but ImckliRg plge omitted So and if allowed to have its lookout eowe one will catch It Wlp own way will result in great will be JM Cure biliousness at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Meade Court of Claims inert next Monday Y RuyV rtflilcnro at Sklllnuiu burned last week Eugcno Vest and 0 T Sklllman aro out On brand new wheels Undo Jefso Stephens Pellville is dead He was SO years old Scott Van co lins built a new picket fence in front of his residence II G Yesger spent Sunday tho guest ui uia mother Mis S C Yenger yMrs Phil miner and children Hend- erson are visiting Mrs J A Culioy Mrs C L Chamberlain and her sister iVIsg Anna Brandenburg went to Gra hampton Thursday Cal D Pickerell lost his confectionery in Louisville last week by fire Loss 1200 fully insured Peaches are not nil dead There arc a number of trees in this lection also in Meade in full bloomxjtev W A Lusk and wlfo arrived from their homo in Virginia last night to visit Mrs Lusks parents Mr and Mrs J E Keith Rev Lusk will preach in Owensboro next Sunday Our spring stock is now complete of as neat and stylish goods as it is possible to buy and seeing thorn will convlnco ono of their valuo and beauty Call in when convenient Miller Ligbtfoot The council met Monday night in regular session Nothing of any importance was transacted It being first quarter officers were allowed their pay The Mayor was instructed to open Center street at once Fhomas M Nimmo of Custer this county graduated at tho University of Mediclno Louisville last week receiving the highest grade in tho class of 05 He is a young man of ability pleasant ad Â¬ dress and full of energy and will make his mark In the profession Jt N Hudson was tho happiest man Mt Wednesday the News has mot in a long while He had just been presented with a flno setter dog tho gift of his friend Whit Clark of Henderson Ho values him nt 100 and even that amount would bo no inducement to part with him April 5th and th we will have bur spring opening of hats flowers laces c Wo pride ourselves that thoy ore well selected and are bound to please We have secured a flrst class trimmer for tho season Thanking you for past favors wo respectfully solicit your patronngo heretofore so liberally bestowed Miller Ligbtfoot The following merchants were on the train Monday en route to Louisville to buy their spring stocks M Meyer Burasj Mich Meyer and Oscar Alexan Â¬ der Custer J T Drane Hudson and Geo Nottingham Harncd Robt Mc Guflln was also in the crowd and feeling mighty good thank you for they were all his old customers Property The Lat ter Will Run Up Into tho Thousands Fishing farming nnd lighting fire Excursion to Louisvllla next Saturday Get ready for tho Excursion next Saturday Luther Smith Rock Vale went to Hardinsburg Saturday Dr J T Owen Cloverport was in our neighborhood last week Raymond Meador went to Custer Sat Â¬ urday to return to day Monday The Rev Mr White a Baptist minis ter will preach at Glcndeane next Frl night A man is here this week receiving tics from Moorman Deano A Co for tho K I Bridge Co Mr nnd Mrs W J Deano were visit Â¬ ing in Louisville last week Mr Den no returned Saturday Mrs Jcsso A Moorman aud son Joe went to Irvington Saturday to visit Mrs Moormans parents Joo Howard camo home tho other day sick He will not go back to braking till he fully recovers After a visit of a good many weeks Miss Cella Owen returns to her home in Louisville to morrow Luther Smith Rock Vale leaves toÂ¬ day for Eastern Kentucky where he will be in the timber business Receiver Atllln Cox and n party pass Â¬ ed down in tho Katlo Saturday for the Falls and a few days fishing Leo Meyer Hardinsburg was hero n few hours ono afternoon last week Lees frlonds hero aro legon as they are elsewhere Friends of the Glcndeane school pupils will notlco that no roport appears this month Tho monthly record was lost just as the month closed and it can not bo found Twill bo different next month A llvo committeo was appointed at Goshen Sunday School yesterday to raise a few more dollars to supplement funds on hands As soon as they report an order for one hundred volumes moro will be made for the library Thus the Â¬ OUR BUSINESS IS A A Poor OH BUILT QUALITY SHOE Is the Most unsatisfactory thing Wo sell you can buy only such as wo can warrant to pleaso and wear good honest re Â¬ liable valuo for your money OUR SPRING i kY STYLE Is now in and await your inspection Mako your pick now Â¬ of tho choicest and best the market affords at prices calcu lated and intended to make you forget hard times J CN DLTE SULZERS Assignee good work goes on It wasnt an old fashioned spelling bee at all it was just a review including definitions last Friday afternoon It varied tho monotony of work nnd showed Miss Monnie Hunter to be mistress of the situation When sho had spelled down tho school and teacher thero could bo no further next and sho re- Â¬ tired completely winning tho days laurels That was a suspicious looking jug Gus Richardson carried away from here Sat urday morning when he boarded the train for Louisville but it was only so in looks for it was tilled with tho finest quality of maple syrup which ho was taking homo to his family Even if tho Hon Gus used the stuff ho couldnt carry it away from Glendcano Every Â¬ thing here is dry local option prevailing and quiet ruling Fridny was a fearfully bad day for fire to get in its work when once beyond control And in several places it had its way Nenr us on ono Bide were several losses the heaviest being Jesse A Moor- Â¬ man who lost over eight hundred panels of fence and timber to the value of hun Â¬ dreds of dollars He stated Saturday his 700 losses were between 000 and From the same flro D O Moorman lost considerable fencing Other losers were Charley Robertson Priest Moorman Lank Fentress living Fos Bowman across Rough river in Grayson County had his houso burned tho snino day From nearly everything was lost West View comes tho report that a col- Â¬ ored man named DeJernotto had his en- Â¬ tire house and contents burned The widow Spencer lost a flock of sheep and tho Hays school house was burned The report appears true though it has not been verified to your correspondent And before you respected sir you gentlo Miss and you beardless youth we stand hat in hand offering any suitable apology for anything wo have said or may ever say in these columns Wo aro human with all of humans failings and proneness to err We cant say things perhaps as you would say them Its our misfortune weakness and inexper- Â¬ ience rather than our will to err and thereby offend Dont expect of us the great things which you are able to do for they are above us immeasurably high even as tho heavens aro above the earth Forgive us and come and teach us Wo thirst for greater things and tho wis Â¬ dom of your ways Â¬ Â¬ More Trouble yet The neictpapers have not mentioned it potiibty becaute eiery effort hut been made to keep the ticret but the time hut now arrucdjor publicity For a few day past there ha been nerioui trouble brewing ul Mrs 11 V Duncans Millinery Store and it ciident enough from the cries suiting from the building therein that some one imi being ill treated An imestigationtias ordered by the proper authoritits the ladle and from them ice learn that the Millinery attempted to resitt Price Cutting and made such square fight that the knife it8 hence the noise applied to each and eiery individual piece us Falling off a Log Isnt tasier than making mistakes in Millinery but uheu knonhdge i knocking at your door it k the htight of unu isdom to remain in ignorance We are always ready lo giie yon pointers eic an objict in it of course a selfish one because the more you know of our Millinery the more sure ice are of selling you a hat for Easier MRS Clovervoot Ky VTVVV H V DUNCAN XXfivitSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilJt VW VVWVV VfVtVWftV that the IK emember And iniike the on the market Irvington Milling Continue to huy your Go BO Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle Sheep Flour Meal and Mill Feed Fertilizers Corn Planters Hay Rakes Wheat Drills Studebaker and Old Hickory Wagons Buggies nnd Spring Wimna anil ilin finlv rnltnlilr Kulf lltliflnr and Mower Binder Twine etc with a guarantee on each article Wo sell nothing but first class goods at nt prices to suit times Remember the best is tho cheapest in tho long run Your inspection patronago and correspondence respectfully collcited w J THE- - Ladies Friend A Wo sell Salt Brick Shingles Cement Bone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco i i j Piaoii VmV-k-CHINTZ ROYALTY 0W v IRVINGTON MILLING CO IRVINGTON KY b m Joiiy tfei m COUNTY SUEYETOE Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in the line of Surveying Correspondence In regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners a specialty Breckenridgo county solicited Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow lodgements of deeds at time of surveying if parties desiro It Address at Hardinsburg Ky Washing Machine TbU complete and ponulir wither h con ttantlv fpalned In nuhllc fatortimnlv became- It It U the latest and bcit and over Allt thciblll There ii no tub to 15000 aro in actual me A complete laundry and 10 light that handle anv laav can nanuie 11 11 ia o caar to operate that a child who can reach the lever can do at much In two hnura aa a woman can do In tlx hnura on a waih board The following-- are tome testimonial llummcrGlaiKock of McDanlela tayi My wife hat not done a waihlnv for over 7 yeara FilenJ Washer Now the until I jot a takes a twelve yetr old child and does all of the 1 would not take washing for a large familv jooln fold for It unlets I could I replace it with It Olattcock one lust like Mrs rlettlt Koblnson of Falls of Hough writeat I would as son give up my tewinf machine aa my washer Mrt MeertorCuter Ky stales that she had in nlecea washed In t boura and It minutes on llarneds washer For lull nartlculai 1 call on or write 10 Black Rings Idji Gus Brown R N Miller ATTORNEY AT LAW ATTORNEY at LAW KY Will practice In all the Ceuris In tho County and surrounding District HARDINS1URO CLOVERPORT KY David R Murray OIBee with Iron Bridge Eait end of Violet FOR SALI OR TRADE Hevcrol Multa and one Draught Horse Will sell cheap for cash of 00 time or will trade for catle or hoga Th stack is in fo4 condition For further lnfnruiatte call on or tuMreae i harm pwttr Tutts LiverPHU Children Cry for - once by using RipansTabules One tabule gives relief Vlpui TabiU my W tUuud through yeur MrM iruffix lrl ft U ho ANTKIJ OenttemanorladytoselllJoblet Aluminum CoflLe Kconoiufter t fits anv saves onethlrd the coflee Arthur tone pott Co Irani tlulldlnir AtUnta Oa X w LEE HAPINED Urntfd Ky Fiftskx th war of of the forty Ay 1812 aro pfiloafa yean old of over MjkSnuoAN 100 Irving Ion Ky I nJgA- - J1v yirrtt yyrtf ijiil iiHHiliriWlMMilTIIfrt ft11 W 0 b itt Highest rjf all iivLcavening Power Latest rAffti US Govt ODHBJBRaOitKMftlDGm HEMS Hcport Spring Poetry Ailur The culil ami blmtry March GLGVP6M The Tell Citys Whittle ry tv s vr rj 1 J I jiit night a t lay nn my bed tho regular corrtsponeent to tho 1U quietly away Last night as I lay nn my pillow Nkwb from this place Is nwny from Willi pleasure wem Mil lier fircwlll The gMil sttam r 1 ell City aaldi town this week I shall try wielding my We are llrtil u her Inharmonious lay Too o o o o oot unaccustomed pen In noting down our Hut welcome dear olil April Too o o o n oot small villatic happening Tho by no So firUe yel no sweet The Ice ha all melted and now ymi hear mu mean do I profi s t to use my pen to any Ilimf all Hie month of the yetr lihiuoon oot None ilo we morn gladly ceet such ndvantagd as said correspondent Too u o o o oot And ler the Ohio Im skimming with glee aud yet I dislike to know our little Items Come unit smooth the pith You see Uicm everywhere 0 would mako a non appearance in your That winter made to rouih Ive chrrihcd that whistle from childhood Though aome pleasurce the hat brought Tla music agellc to hear most excellent paper tills week Hence not ho so on their own accord but now Breckenridge News Yet or winter we line had enough A If Iroin the deep tangled wlldwnoJ Bicycle beauty comes I grasp my pen an try to the best of my they otter a premium on rascality and The song ol sweet birds kissed the ear Come with your welcome showers ability to dTschaigu the duty of tho ab-Â¬ theft 1 can now steal nineteen dollars WEDNESDAY APItIL 3 1805 Watetlng each thinly dream from graceful lines and Too o o o o tot sent ono from you and tho law will ond mo to And with thy warm aunihlne Too o o o o oot Ilardihsburg nnd board me four or five Mrs D W Jenkins is Uniting friends Arouse Innd nature from her dream The river has risen and now you hear me fine finish in which points Too o o o oot months If you will be kind enough to nnd rolatives In Louisville The lovely little amoinum Too o o o oot sell mo a cow on credit when you come Hwect messenger of spring Columbia bicycles excel Mr Clarenco Vertrees spent Sunday And oYr the Ohio Im skimming with glee Shoot forth her tender stalk for your pay I will say to you Mr Bab in Upton visiting Mha Lola Wyatt Her fragrance Jet Inclosed within The Tarascon petite and handy But there is more than bage tho law allows mo two cows I Mr D A Clauson who has been quito Ilrit carried It many a year The bird begin their wcetett songs know of just such cases Is not that Model 40 Columbia And then the James Guthrie the dandy ill wo are triad to state is con valt scent We hear the cooing of the dove mere looks to recommend Wo Had No Tramps And But Fow offering a prcmlun on rascality I want Melodiously sounded It clear Telling ua aprlng time ha come again Misses Lula King nnd Stella Moore all homestead and nearly all exemption To burst all nature forth with loe Millionaires Too o o o o oot Back of the a Columbia visited Miss Lcona King at Sonora Sun- Â¬ laws repealed Put individual debts on Too o o o o oot Soon will thy path be ttrewn day Those steamers have vanished but still jou tho same footing as state debts Tho handsome design and elegant With grns and flower gay hear me Miss Garvin the music teacher at this Let law exempts nothing from taxation And to nature as you march along Too o o o o oot place spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr Will be added new life each day finish is a sterling quality Too o o o o oot Poople Woro Not Very Rich Nor a poor man or any man liavo credit for Wamnek J Simcklitt Ronfros at Louisville what he has to back him And oer the Ohio Im skimming with glee Ekron Ky that over the roughest Very Poor But Honost As to crimnals put the amount back to Some of the young people from town Those boils were large palaciai steamers five dollars and work the gontlemcn on Populists Manifesto attended church at Sandy last Sunday In memory theyll always aeem near road and the longest tho public roads and for smaller offences That whistle those flags and those stream Wonder if For tho benefit of our readers who Thoy report a good sermon era will save have not seen the populist manifesto they heard it journey will carry the In Thoso Times Laws Woro Matlo uso tho whip I think that nut now lt the Tell City dear many hogs chickens watermelons etc recently issued to Congress nnd the pi o Miss Lulu King who has been visiting Toooooooot To Make Men Honest rider with safety and satis- Â¬ When I make a new constitution I will pie of the country giving the views of in Elizabcthtown for tho past two weeks Too o o o o oot let every qualified voter vote for nil tho members of tho party in Congress returned home Thursday accompanied My lather have perished but still you have faction ofllcers but when a tax has to be voted on the silver question wu hereby pub by her friend of that place Miss Stella me let no man vote that dont pay tax to lish same which is as follows Too o o o o oot Moons In This Day and Timo A Promium county Too o o o o oot and state No man has a moral To tho members of the Peoples Party Wo regret very much to learn that And oer the Ohio Im slimming with glee right to say what I uhall do with my Is Offered On Rascality and Thoft As early ns 1SG5 GG a conspiracy was Mr D A Clauson contemplates moving Clayton Chosson money Some men aro very fond of vot- Â¬ entered into between tbo gold gamblers his family to Colorado Mr Clauson ing tax for sonio others to pay They of Kuropo and America to accomplish A Valuable Find and his estimable wife are among the say they have a right to and brag about inoiouowing purposes After years of study ond labor there o losten up most highly respected citizens of Tipton The Good Old Times of Fifty Years Ago it has at lost been discovered a sure and on the people of tho United States tho nnd their daughter Miss Just think of Hreckenridgo having burdens of perpetual debt to dtstroy our most chnrming and May one of neverfailing remedy It lias been tested or a HARTFORD popular young lOOjMul Grayson having 000 delinquent the greenbacks which had safely brought on patients who have despaired of ever ladies is a shame a dlsgraco to us through tho perils of war to strike being cured the results have been in Millwood Grnyson county March tax payers It A protracted meeting commenced last every case wonderful Groffs Rheu- Â¬ 127th I am now a little past three ecoro both counties You would insult four down silver as a money metal to deny week nt tho Methodist church conducted matic Cure is uncqualed as a positive nml ten the timo allotted to man There fifths of thoso men to tell them they to the people tho uso of federal paper bv tho Rav Messrs DBANCn STORES I Mitchell and Stub remedy in all cases of Chronic nnd Acute has been many changes in that long wcro paupers or delinquent tho sanio and silver the two independent sources blefleld Mny their efforts bo Boston crowned Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum- Â¬ New York time When I grew up to manhood I thing There is no truth in it There arc of money supply guaranteed by tho Con- Â¬ with tho grcntest success and may many bago Sciatica Neuralgia Chicago especially was a Whig becauso my daddy was a not 100 men in botli counties that cant stitution to fasten upon tho country tbo souls in and around Upton be brought San Francisco singlo gold standard of Itritain and to Pattern 1 Hartford Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhtca and Wo all or the most of u go pay their poll tax Whig Providence to Christ is the prayer of Gods chilDo you know what is tho matter delrgUe to thousands of banking cor- Â¬ all kindred affections It is also a valu- Â¬ way the the way our parents go The Bullalo They almost fly Columblas There are two diseases tho II ret and porations organic d for private gain dren Fifty able Blood Purifier being especially use- Â¬ twig is bent the treo is inclined What a beautiful beautiful spring ful in Etzema Psoriasis Scrofula nil years ago last October Clay and Polk main one is tho County Court that is the sovereign control for all time over Stnd ttco 2 cent Stamps for a Magistrates the issue and olume of all supplemental morning I The sun shines as gloriously Glandulni Enlargements and Columbia Catalogue frn if were the candidates for president of tho tho County Judge Attorney diseases of United States Clay tho Whig candid and Sheriff aro elected by the people and paper currency Thus they doubled brightly ns it hns shone Lo these hun tho Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely jtou call at a Columbia ttgenqr tho demands for gold forced upon the dreds of yenrs nnd the denr little birds freo from all narcotics Severe attacks WM 0 ALLEN ate and Polk the Democratic candidate J those sick folks are voters The second disease is I am slightly country an appreciating money standard nre enroling their sweetest nnthems unto aro relieved fn from ono to three days Ibsuo was tho annexation of Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford Uicyclcs Tho main Texas then an independent nation to touched with it myself but that is all entailing an indefinite period of falling their Mnker Indeed all nature seems and a poaitivo euro effected in from five Cloverport Ky felto eighteen days For sale by Clias 0 robbed enterprise of its just to smllo tho United States Clay and tho Whig right what tax we dont pay them prices m Well I promise tho numerous readers Martin Cloverport Ky party were opposed to tho annexation lows who have laud horses and mules profits condemned labor to idleness and RATES The most centrally located of the News a much more interesting Hotel In the city Polk will havo it to pay Wo will vote it on confiscated the property of debtors eo92PCR0AY Clay said it would bring trouble roflfceKcoxiomlzorii v w Aimrziimitanm For nearly thirty years theso conspir- piece from Upton next week as ere that Dobloa AluminumCOFFEE POT nud the Democrat party thought difler them and make them pay it FITS AMY Fifty five years ago when I went to ators havo kept tho people qunrreling time tho regular correspondent will Free Trial No Enrne ilit tsnn Keep the eel unt MMmSM i Sliiiral MS YliAn MmMmmM fMaaiajtlllialilu P44lftll school what little I did gn we had to over less important matters blackens Wricuautrauur ve have returned Well there was a big Whig barbecue while they ijoonomizer A -ne police sirnnin r andlortehir coffee I maeDvtirfr 1 We had a round log have pursued with pay our own way and speaking at Owensboro and tho unrelenting zeal Price with 3 lets We nlhxt A now theory in tho treatment of Whigs of Breckenridgo county were in- Â¬ school house with one log cut out for a their one central purpose At tho pre- Â¬ Itfln trial Free ond nlls- rOt wll C echjurchiuer Ifnnnot werkslI window- and stick chimney and logs split L- aTVlL 3 factory can be relumed and WawlSsKSrVli1laPB5VvU 7fSpf iii Wit sent moment every device of treachery coughs lung aud bronchial affi ctions has vited so wo inado up a company of fifty w win rrnnfitni money AtlTHUH L HDIB A CO in two and legs put in for benches every resource of been advanced by the manufacturers of or more from llardinsburg and Clover statecraft and every Ulant Building- - Atlaata Oar port and the surrounding country Wo Now you want a fine house with metal artifice known to the sicnt cabals of Dr Hells Pino Tar Honey It is truly a hyAyftsSjrfyia rvMfAm II All dealers sell had two or three wagons loaded with roof and charts and teach era witli plug the international gold ilg are being wonderful remedy provisions feed etc and plenty of good hats Our little log house at Hens hole made uso of to deal n II ml death blow it on a positive guarantee For sale J Haynes Cloverport whiskey I will call over a few of tho has turned out as good meii nnd better to the prosperity of the people nnd the by Short IOUISVILLE Ky Dr 1 women than your flno houses built by financial nnd party but I dont know of one now liv commercial independence R II McMullin McDanlels M Meyor taxing the people and dude teachers Co Burns ing except myself Geo Hoyser Constan Â¬ of this contrary They seek to accomI voted the Whig ticket until tho plish their fell purposes There were from llardinsburg Judge before the blow tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Hewieyville Ky W E Brown John Calhoon who was Circuit Judge at party died then I floated around several can be averted by an awakened public k HLADQUAR1ERS ton OSSKfoVltf time Win Calhoon William Singleton years 1 have voted the Democrat ticket through tho ballot Their plans have Irvington Kyj Jno PNichols Gsrfleld ROSES BULBS PLANTS ahd SEEDS f James A Ilambleton Charles Iiamble for thirty years believing it to bo to my been long matured and their lino of ac- Â¬ Ky A K Morris Big Spring Ky TRY OUR UNRIVALEO SETS 4T DELIVERED AT YOU 4T ton Joe McClarty and Peter Lyons interest and the interest of the southern tion is fully chosen They address HT OFFICE Ntd AID Jr7HPfrWSMfSitjK L PERSIMMON FLAT quit CATALoaue of 120 pAaea rut to Mfctffffi UCSrXsi Prom Cloverport Sam Pate Jacob and agiieultural states Equal rights to themselves to the subject tho money TRY AND BE PLEASED WE GUARANTEE SflTlSFACTION 4 Cooper Ned Ilambleton Joe Smith all and exclusive privileges to none 1 question in all of Its breadth and magAre wo not having beautiful weather i and many others from tho surrounding admit that we have had traitors in the nitude This brings the country faco to now RIt A means so much more than camp of late hut all parties have their face with a perilous isjue country but alas they are all gnno to which calls for tiltroJalHHj In this community as a general Health A 10 SuiwrbErerbloomliiic Hoses 10 sorts good men and bad ones If the Demo Â¬ immediate you imagine serious and a Set II 10 PrUs Chrysantlismums In 10 sorts their long homes aM0nrBtWaasH and united action on the part thing is good AW --i 2 10 choicest colors M neritnlnmi jSAaSKjffffVBJi L fatal diseases result from J JF Set II 10 Best Mammoth Verbenas 10 colors Polk w as elected Texas was annexed crats or a part of them have betrayed in ol the people Ivery behest of patriot 10 New Set MfiS VnSL uurscuooi is progressing nicely under Set K 10 Sweetest Carnations eTtrbloomlnff 10 sorts 57wL to tho United States Mexico claimed I cant take tho Republican and thnt ism requires that wo shnll at once meet tho auspices of Mr trifling ailments neglected J Set V 10 New Heliotropes most fragrant 10 sorts F A Deavln elwaTlt other party I dont know w hat name It the issue nnd Accept tho challenge 10 Tarletles Texas and tho United States claimed her MJkcM4lf AW ilmvPlD so at Set II 10 llardr Shrubs lesillnicsorls play with Natures fc Miss Katie and Evelyn King were tho Dont L Set II lOaisdloliis IndudlnKCbllaslOcolors will bo this year they are about dend defiantly offered ho that brought on the war with Mexico We must meet the guests of Miss Jennie Blake Sunday JP Set J SOeaillt 8 Best draperlne Sorts all different colors i iCBPI greatest gift health anyway Now Mr Editor I see you issue as it is pteseiited to aW CBfURr Set K 4 Select Sorts french Cannes best bloomers k ZZ Wo whipped Mexico and acquired a UNDER day To falter L Miss Carrie Beavln was the guest of jrWKMt Vines for Porch Set L Jr Set It lO Ferns and Creepers for Ferneriesor Baskets offer free controversy in your paper on now is to Invite Iljouarrfeellne GLASS and Mosses O large territory of land and in the settling IB AT diwitrous failure Wo Miss Evelyn King one night last week lout ot sorts weak Foliage Plants brightest hardiest jtTfS 1 lO Jjt Set land generally of thoso lands brought tho quarrel be Â¬ tho currency and other matters nnd there earnestly urge tho Populists throughout IL newer seeus Set We havo one of the best choirs in this - racaeis unoiceTalms strong select AT NIh Ifti IlirAYSrriG hutedliei lOUJ J a Fine Graceful AY Set 1 tween the north and the south Tho is so many smart fellows like myself the country to consecrate their entire place that can be found In petile I the country kAA MAM7 X MrllUCD MtK T l Band cant -- uremic UI in Bouth gave as much blood and money as telling what they konw sol thought I force and energy upon the tremendous nuuM nj IftfDft W S King and Alex Hall attended begin at once talc urop you wiese lines xnoy are contention presented and tho north for thoso lands and was justly wouiu iMKineniostrella thus meet the prayer meeting nt Hites Run Sunday Lie strengthening entitled to them but the north out tho first I ever wrote for your valuable enemy upon his chosen line of battle evening iiciiiciiiewiucnii JLX VXX filiiowns Iron Bit voted them and elected Abraham Lin- paper or any other and I expect tho last Invite tho aid nnd co operntlon of nil o BorjRNr DANIBL BROOKS J M DARPKR Mrs Susio Carter has been visiting Plirs A few bot H E DkIIavkn ties cure benefit coln Then tho civil war commenced Xfc persons who fnvor tho immediate free friends and rolatives near Balltown for conies from nnd the country became demoralized erv K W Hagby a prominent lawyer of colnngo of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 the past week I wont first close it r1 It jour Tho nortli overpowered tho southern Padueah Ky says that Dr Hells Pino the issuo of all paper money by tho gen CO BROOKS EOTJRNE Miss Jessio Hawkins who has been tttlk and Its pleasant to take people and took their property without Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ eral government without tho intervention visiting relatives at Cloverport returned compensation ing cough when all things eiso failed of banks of issue and who aro opposed home last week After Mr Lincoln saying to tho world Its a now remedy for all coughs For to tho issue of interest bearing govern- Â¬ Mrs Jane Elder was the guest of Mr Dyspep ia Kidney and Liver that he had no lawful right to Interfere sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr ment bonds in time of peace In a word Ernest and Miss Isadora Popham CIov Neuralgia Troubles with slavery nor had ho tho inclination R II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer to extend the hand of fellowship to all erport Sunday Cnnctlnnttnn fin XinA to do bo Hut they did They freed tho it Co lltirasj Geo lfoyser Constan Â¬ who agree with you upon the monoy Mrs Taul of Balltown was visiting CATTLE HOGS AND SHEKP Malaria Nervous ailmen- tAfrican and enslaved their own race per Â¬ tino j A Taylor Rosetta j Drury Bennett question which iscertalnly the mightiest her daughter Mrs John Elder of thb women complaints haps for all time to come nml left nn A Co Hewloyvillo Ky W K Drown and most fundamental controversy evolv place last weok LOUISVILl r KY BOURBON STOCK YARDS ntllw 111 Smillll laa NaS ed uttrtng tlie present century everlasting debt on tho country and tens Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Mrs Annie Moorman of Kites Run line on the wrapper All other are sub Lafe Pence O M Kem of thousands of tramps and men going Ky A R Morris Dig Spring Ky stitutes On recelut of twosc stamna wa was visiting her parents near Holt Satur will send ct ol Ten Beautliul Worlds 4 T J Hudson Wm Baker around with a sack on their arm hunting day and Sunday i lair riwi ana book tree W A McKelglmu something to eat Wo had nono of them Win V Allen HONEYLOCUST Joint Davis fifty years ago and but fow millionaires W A Harris rnopniETons Iook out farmers bo w ideawako or wo Jerry Simpson People were not very rieh nor very poor Jno O Bell will bo late with our crops this timo James II Kyle but they wcro honest HaldorE Boen I am not politician enough to discuss Bro Williams preached quito an able H K Taubenec J II Turnor THE GREATEST CURATIVE I II Weaver tho great political questions of the day sermon at McGavocks school houso AGENT KNOWN Hut I can tell you what I do want I Sunday Good Old Grinny Metcal80 years old EXPORT BOHLE BEER for Family Use want the exponEO of running the nation Rumor MtyB if Willie Humphrey makes living at 018 Monroo street Padueah A distillation of herbs found only on the al government reduced OPIUM HABIT CURED Itcduco tho a few more visits up tho valley wo will Ky nays that Dr UolPa Pino Tar Honoy Island of Hnyti and the country bordering pay of tho olllceis Fifty years ago wo get to go to a wedding tho Madeira Hlver In DrazlL An antidote for 1710 to 17 0 MAIM ST la tho best grip euro cough lung and had as good men as now yes belter Six weoka uso of tho Electropolso SYPHILITIC and SCROFULOUS DISEASES TliLIUIIONE 4S IIINQ 2 Miss Lula McGnvock has gone to Hir- - bronchial remedy that has been offered Tertiary stage of Syphilis have boon Cuiikd more honest at half tho pay and especi Â¬ It by this treatment in sixty days restoring the to tho people during her life Guaran Â¬ cured a friend of tho opium habit ally give tho pension business an over iiiiiigiiiim rtia sue win not return bo Vrlte us stating 1 oro fall if then She will bo missed teed and sold by Short Haynes Clover also benefited mo a great deal I suffer Â¬ blood to original purity time you have hauling I understand there woro GOO ed with kldnoy trouble Itev W Bruce length ofsample bottle been aflllctedandwe -ivery much in this community pirtj DrlUlMcMullinMcDaniols M llsond 0 Ircoper ChHrRre of 000 substitutes that wero hired by in- Â¬ POSITIONS GUARNTEED Hopklnsvllle Ky Rate of treatment 8tt month It would bo moro healthy for Oscar Meyer A Jo Hums Geo Heysor Con Â¬ dividuals They were paid by individ under reasonable conditions Do not say It can ROYAIi Standard Pretentions OO not be done until tou send fortfite 120 pare uals and paid by tho government who and Gordon McGavcck if tho Howling stantino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Ben Frpin tho editorial columns ot the jl 1M Importers cstaloeua S BBODWAT OIHOWN TI OHIO DRAUOHTONS PRACTICAL Uo Hoftleyvillo Green boys would stay at homo oa Oscar nett W E Brownr Western Recorder Capital Stock 136 000 BUSINESS COLLEOE ad School of ore now getting pensions Is that If thore is any truth band rjiHiwrlllngand leleifraphT Wo irvtngion ivy Jno v Nichols Gar- Â¬ in men and women it does indeed Surplus 7 600 patriotism They are not entitled to any- Â¬ returned liome Sunday vory sick bene Â¬ PENNYROYAL WAFERS field Ky A It Morris Dig Spring Ky fear ho hns heart trouble 4 WEEKS by Draugbtuns method nf tcath-In- aAtprciA monthly nWlcIna for thing I dont object to giving honor fit in hundreds of cases of all kinds of book keeping Is equal to 1 2 WEEKS by r Ur ami rVffuUu the mnn prodaclnff frte LHi aul piniu old method nble soldiers that wero disabled bonie sickness A friend who had suffered A Kind Word For Tho Now And Old no ftcts or iLn on sp B V BBARD President It exK ids more money In the Interest of It IP tiling Hut you must remember this long with norvous prostration wrote that W5CVCU your Kinplont Department than half thi- - buslncse OnoUM4 frllluitaaftliL InflronvUi Friends WI Ii MILLKR VIoe PresHsnt collegci in the south take In as till Ion Ill thm the arllh tkur alirnAtiir money comes out of tho laboring people A gentleman In the M U BKARD Cashier na sUoovlj ndpraeil b Hankers Merchants aa OviKitT Auk March 20 1805 EniTon it had cured her flr orvnL 4oldsuUllute Seeled rawassjntWjai Kmnaanetrwmw practlcal book keeper all over the United Suit xrl by taxation either directly or indirectly rt4ours meilel to etan i per Nkwb PIcaso flnJ enclosed ono dollar city who a year ago seemed to have Reasonable rste or tuition i coulJ d EUiuuca pawuuut Cheap board get relief OW BSARD Open to both sexes It is about as much as all tho other ex Â¬ only a few days of life left him by con bmonHic 0oPK 6o students east year 100 for subscription to your excellent rom a most horri MORRIS BflKRIDOK t Dlr tor representing 36 Mate and Territories It has Forsalo by CHA8 O MAHTIN penses of tho government ble blood disease 1 R M JOLLY also prepared books for paper for 18M with Kreetfugs to friends sumption has greatly Improved has nlll Cnnl Itllnrl I am for a tarifTfor rovonuo only or us FruilcslDiautit boenablo to go on uninterrupted with his ua wij and best wishi H for the News I still re- Â¬ nt iinlNr TDVIMr venous INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS seat onSo days trial When tou write espial CLOVitRPORT KY MVJ near free trade as possible remedies Two other personal frlenda main a friend to tho people of old Breck Â¬ business and physicians none of which did me Tho great question of tho day is tho sald nothing had ever done so much for N H It pay cash iiy kuuu m enridgo for vacancies ss book J B Wkkiimaw nRer nans came off r cameu0tnonoy question I am for coining all their rheumatism fpJiVeftrrPhrt teachers etc reported Nothing has ever vine me S4 provided K nil same -- went to Still a Citizen of Kentucky i men the gold and silver bullion in the United r received so many testimonials from trust Tuov Ala March 20 1805 Euitoii worthy persons States Treasury and pay itout on tho Yft 1 11 A BaKCKKNitirxiK Nkwb Dear Sir I nc running expenses ol the government Hoping to be cured by this celebrated Ono nights use of the Kleclropouxi uceu in your psptr a short time ago an 10 to 1 1 think is the way it is now and treatment but very soon became COPYRIGHTS OAK I OHTAIN A rATKNTf uisgusieu and decided to TRY article saying I have made my homo In gave me relief brain congestion and then coin all tho gold and silvor bullion a vertigo have been a well man ever I The effect was tills placo I wish to correct this state Â¬ that is ofTerod at tho mints Not free Ince--IiJiMlltSus la ia aU t tirtnsss OMsiSswalas ev truly wonderful I George II Means Coving- ment by saying that my homo bos ben MiulimWJfSmWoWm but tho government should retain I commenced to re- V UrtVSaeellnlarlh In Kentucky for the past twenty ono rtri lf JJ enough toll to pay It a revenue and I arrae rnirar yearn and I expect to continue my cill sW want some bank notes also and it shall t ta siMini A trKlectropots put out oa trial for jCURES KOTHING BUT PtlES i IMiy eurt J1 leiwhip in Kentucky bo good or all debts public and private Yours truly sM ax ffoTiBaSSrASV wM rtnon4 r rr t a our months for 10 Send for valuable F P lUaoou and not Issuo any moro bonds payable In ilisar 7 Aiww Me wvaMirw illrlUJ sl WMSLOOAIISShrtvbort rM neiiTiiy uwna 1 uaninin u ue ar aa U book free 1 Kold but In tho currency of the country r known for IB year cth SSSIPM lUci JMssOJyl Cry Fifty years ago our Legislatures made DU OIS V WEII I BWIFT flWiriO CO AtUnUO Mors aaaf p5svr laws to saa e men honest If thoy would I 9 AjL Am t urib LawMrilU Kr ywrnBovVaTw ti Baking Royal Powder PUKE ABSOLUTELY UPTON An Iatt night a I lay on my pillow piil eautifuk Tricycles m i f r s S -- FIFTY YEARS AGO Buy a 1 jgoiw M 4rJ - fi Â¬ nnnnnnnnnn y Â¬ Â¬ fi lMs 1 - Â¬ Â¬ In I Poor 35PiziTrMmix1 rtM0tg fv mm i Sl jBit V Â¬ Health 1 50c 9 It T L 8 E TS iaWC5i mnmySn LjJ 29 Â¬ t IJ I i Mar 9 t 1- tB lrB H lll Trnm Â¬ Ij Ill HARPER It Cures Commission Salesmen of Live Stock ft Jk Â¬ Vl - Senn Ackermann Brewing Co 1 nl ELECTROPOISE Dupuis Treatment SYPHILIS MAIN STRERTBREWERY LOUISVILLE KYt FACTS BANK Â¬ 03IO HAEDIISBURG A W BEFORE Â¬ ft -- iiombbtudv HOT SPRINGS JmmySFA rlhBkSMO Lat ki fr jtf irsniffft i niMTiiruT ib kr ZBUCKEYEnlil clKH anrTm lllffiirr VlWiHTrf i isHiPr Te xiasa i fcrwLiMv I Children for nouif Pltchtrs Castorla v -- iaiST KKMDYfcrliHt -ue tW mmn m w mm4ihmx - r - Jv