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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rP j p f r f it -- - rf T 4 T Trp THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1895 NO 38 IF YOU WANT TO SELL GOODS THE NEWS CAN HELP YOU J H A Â¬ Takes a Whack at tho Gold Standard Man S P J Says Ho Only Mado a Mistake In His Figuring of a Littlo Moro Than Eighteen Billion of Dollars This Is Not Much of a Mistake For A Populist to Make But Coming From a Gold Bug It Is Simply Horrid NATIONAL BANKS and BANKERS P J Dear Friend You article in last weeks issue of the News is just re- Â¬ ceived and contents carelully noted I always read your articles with tho keen- Â¬ est interest aye the most rapturous de light You take tne to task for saying Those foolish fellows tho capitalists who huy government boudp are all bank era And to uiako out your casu you go back to tho year 1603 to show that other people than bankers then held government bonds You nro having your labor for your pains In doing this you are only wastiiig your time to tell us something that has not been disputed I only said tho recent issues of bonds except tho last issue wore all bought by bankers and I will give you a Cleve- Â¬ land hat or a Harrison one if you prefer it if you will kindly give us tho name and addresses of any purchasers of bonds save hankers only If you can show thus that I did not speak three thirds of the truth rather than only one third of it you can liavo the hat You seem to be greatly astonished that any national bank should over fail or go into voluntary liquidation il 40 or 50 por cent dividends can be mado in the banking business You ask If national bankers make 40 or CO per cent on their capital why in tho name of tho trrcat homed Bpoon is it that nearly 25 per cent of the number of banks organized either fail onto into voluntary liquida- Â¬ Not all men engaged in tho na- Â¬ tion tional banking business are honest hence some of them fall Hut bankers are not the ones who suffer when a bank falls A great many honest Democrats and Republicans depositors understand by Bfldaud bitter experience what a bank Somotimes banks allure means y fall from reckless and incompetent management but most frequently from Jack of funds with which to pay de- Â¬ positors The quotations I gave from Senator Vest of Missouri and G G Williams of New York showing tho profits of national banks not of all national banks still stand You have not impeached their testimony I understand if you please that national banks receive de Â¬ posits from individuals and uiako largo profits out of them by loaning them out at Usury J also understand that nation al banks recolvo largo sums of govern t niemt funds tho peoples tax inonoy bit deposit free of charge to speculate on oil the necessities of tho people Let rip ask you 8 F J if it is consistent wth your ideas of justice for tho govern Â¬ ment to take tho public money wrung from the people by an unequal system of taxation and turn it over gratuitously to favorite bankers to swell their private fortunes Is not this giving exclusive privileges to a few money mongers Large sized chunks of Christianity in this arnt thero robbing tho many for the benefit of the fow Because so mo banks fall you argue that no banks cart possibly make 40 to 50 per cent dividends That is a jiretty fair samplo of Pcmocratic logic or Republican logic I dont know which kind you profess to uso Why brother you might as wellargue that because thousands of merchants go Co under every year Siegel Cooper Marshall Field and other great merchant prince could novor havo made their mil Â¬ lions in their business You might as well arguo that becauso hundreds of small oil refiners In Pennsylvania and Ohio were crushed and ruined in tho 70s it would be and is impossible thntRock efeller the standard oil maguate could have made bis scores of millions of dol Â¬ lars in the oil business You might aa well argue that because thousands of bufclnees men break including many manufacturers it Is Impossible that Mr B F Avery should ever have taade the vast fortune in tho manufacture of plows which you say ho has made la that buai JJy Mead I advise yoa to be Jiw wore careful about iBdulglBg In such Uborioue menUl eiwcle you might crack your cranium You My Let uewake a few figures on this Populist lie Very wefl brig on your fig ufm XUe present authorised eapital of the national VeakB to 100800 W0 putting tnat at 60 por sent per annum it would tloqble iteelf every two years Hence In ten years it would reaolt the enormous sum o WlOJQQiim BsuMpttorf by six wiiiou equal the neat little bum ol K 100000 or about double taw asMxmtof money ever in tho United StaUMat any one time S p t RV k- - IB cVf kc- - kc fes Jow jou have dono your figuring and Winding Up of Mrs Heyscrs Tiip to river Wo ate dinner and supper at ono what is tho result If tho capital you of the best hotels Tho colored peoplo Tho West speak of were put at 50 per cent por stop at the hotels and eat with tho white annuinnnU compounded only every two I saw muscles craw fish clams Mrs F T lleyser is at homo from her peoplo years it seems to mo you havo made a extended trip to California and tho Vst oystors and soft shell turtles all alive in slight mlstako in your figures For if She brought homo with her many lute abundance All kinds of fruit and vege Â¬ such a sura wero put at 60 per cent esting curiosities of that section and tables aro raised In Oregon without Irri- Â¬ per annum it would compounded bi- Â¬ takes great delight in showing them and gation ennially double itself at the end of the giving her friends Information In regard Left Portland at 7 oclock In tho even- Â¬ second foutth sixth eighth and tenth to that country that is Interesting ing traveled through mountainsall night Mr years This gives us 000001000x2xx2 Hcyser is a busy woman Shu is tho nnd tho next day Ato breakfast at a 2240O00O0OO x2x2 instead of H200 popular hostt FS of the Heyser lions and beautiful hotel nt Mechaum built of 000000 as you Rave it You only missed most of her timo is taken up attending plno logs celled inside with cedar and tho truth 18200000000 und that Is to her duties When asked byithe News furnished handsomely Wo crossed getting pretty close to it for an advocato for an account of tho remainder of her Snake river Into Idaho This river has of tho national banking monopoly and trip sho said sho had been so busy that only been partially navigated and con- Â¬ tho gold basis swindle Your last article she had not found tlmo to write it Just sidered very dangerous No lifo has shows immenso improvement over your tako your pencil and put down what I ever boon saved after getting Into its former one and I am glad to ohservo tell you and if you think it will benefit waters They have tried to uso tho this fact It shows Hint jou nro an apt tho readers of tho News all well and water for irrigation by making Hood scholar good I haveut time to write it and gates but when thoy get the water most You represent mo as saying That n away she went to answer a call of some through it sucks back into tho stream company wishing to engage in national ono in the dining room But in a few If it could bo used for irrigation tho banking will first purchase a 5 per cent minutes rt turned and the Nkwh man land would ho much moro valuable In 100000 bond paying for it 117000 do was given the following interesting notes somo parts of tho State tho river has positing It with the controller of the which aro printed for the News readers what they call whirl pools Tho water currency receiving in exchange 90000 and those auxous to hear tho wind up will start like a blubber go round and in bank notes I wont Bay this is a He of her long journoy She said round liko n wheel gets longer and longbecauso that would bo unparliamentary In tho Western states you meet peoÂ¬ er until It disappears This you can see If you will go back to my article you will plo of evory nationality Tho China Â¬ plainly from tho car window Tho lady find what I did say was this Those men raise most of the vegetables and who lives near the river and told me all foolish fellows pay 117000 for 100000 sell tin in very cheap Most of the In Â¬ about it said you could throw a small worth of government 5 per cent bonds dians are quite civil and you sco them stick in tho water and never seo it again Interest payable quarterly Thosj fool- now and then at the stations selling also that thero wero a great many nfco ish fellows are all bankers They deposit bows Bnd arrows beads and fancy work fish caught in Borne parts of tho river their bonds with tho Sicretary of tho Tho Portugf eso mako all kinds of fancy Sho told me also that Idaho had a great Treasury and get from tho Comptroller baskets the tipntilmdj hot tomollies put many valuable mines but that none of of the currency 00000 worth of iiHtionn up in shucks and sold for lunch The the miners In the West anywhere wero bank currency to loan out at usury Italittna and Mexicans mnku fancv paper making any money now just about Anything said hero about establishing a artichs and do a great deal of hand making expenses Sho gave mo somo national hank This is very different painting Iu many places whito and beautiful specimens from her two mines from what you represent mo as saying black attend the snmo schools That is one tho Jell Davis tho other Mary Ann It is not necessary that a company the case iu Culifornia as well as In other She said that Idaho was in most places should buy 5 per cent bonds as n basis States and colored women attend church very unhealthy ns thero was nothing for circulation any denomination of teis and d ess ns handsomely as white much but alkali water nnd scarcely any bonds will suffice people iu fact some of them are highly vegetables or fruit raised In the State You say He kuows that tho govern Â¬ educated and very refined Somo of the Some of tho land was irrigated from ment assesses and collects semi annually Chinese women dress wy handsomely pools dug at tho bottom of tho moun a duty of 143 per cent on tho circulation havo four or fivo dlfierent colors on at tains that catches tho snow water as it tho deposits and capital stock of all tho tame timo You never sco them melts No I dont know it national banks At Colwcll wo saw a great deal of plno with n lint or bonnet on for fear of rum Â¬ neither do you If you think you know pling their hair It costs from four to timber and large saw mills At Dempa lint just point out the United States fivo dollars to havo their hair dro3sed the peoplo changed cars for Silvor City statute taxing tho notes deposits and and its only done twice and three times and DenverCity two largo mining towns capital stork of national banks and I will iu n year Thoy have a rack on which Wo reached Brigham City Wednesday give you a years subscription to Some to rest tho head when thoy sleep Tho loth a nlco town named for Briglmtn good Peoples party paper We havo dressing they uso on tho hair is mado of Young whoro ho lived with fifty wives about 2500 papers preaching the gospel wnx Wo ate breakfast at Ogdon where peoplo of ft higher and a better civilization any I left for home March the 10th Tho change cars for Salt Lake City Eastern one of which would give you much val night boforo leaving a train on this same peoplo with round trip tickets can uable information on many of the road was held up and robbed of sixty mako the trip in ono day freo of charge economic problems of to day A man with olevon wives was on our thousand dollars Seventy five miles You ask Does ho not know that all from Heed BlufT we trnin f torn Brigham to Ogdeu The law Baw the sun rise national banks have to deposit with tho the clouds seemed almost near enough in Utah now is that men are to havo Comptroller of tho Currency a sufficient to touch and looked like lire I never only ono wife but those who already amount of lawful money for the retire- Â¬ saw anything 60 beautiful and nothing had their wives aro still allowed to supment of thoir circulating notes could be moro sublime than the trip port them At Coalville wo had a terri Â¬ Yes I know they must do this when through tho mountains from Heed BlufT ble snow storm and tho train was delay Â¬ they want to retire their circulation to Portland Oregon You cross Sacra- Â¬ ed half an hour We passed through Dut they can redeposlt their bonds six mento river sixteen times go over thir Â¬ the snow sheds then saw the rock domes months Inter and tako Out new circula- teen high bridges and nineteen tunnels where they burn lime very different ting notes if they so desfro Near Oakling b small station whore tho from anything in Kentucky I met a Again you ask Does he not know houses are built In the side of tho moun Â¬ lady going from Ogdon to Cheyenne that the 00000 capital stock upon which tain where tho trains stop long enough who lived in Odkaloosa Iowa Sho said tho bank was organized is merely a loan for dinner you can seo Castle Rock in that part of tho Stato colored and for which tho bank must give the best mountain with a beautiful littlo hotel white peoplo often luter marrled security Yes I know that the 90000 built on top four or fivo hundred feet In going through Wyoming which Is of bank notes furnished to tho bank by above tho also a mountainous country wo saw n railroad track tho government is a loan and for this Wo passid Shoster Soda Springs from great deal of beautiful scenery Noth Â¬ loan the bank pays only 1 per cent per which tho passengers filled jugs and ing is raised in the State except by irri- Â¬ per cent payable every six annum Thurslay morning tho 14th bottles of tho most delightful soda water gation months Isnt this a special privilege betterthan any manufactured soda water wo reached Donver Colorado and re- Â¬ Why should the national banker receive Tho Tho water shoots from tho sido of tho mained in that city six hours currency from the government at 1 per mountain in a large stream thirty or train which came on Monday night cent to do business with when other forty feet In the air and thon falls in was wrecked and robbed near Denver peoplo cannot get it at all beautiful foam over tho rocks down the In going through Colorado it was so ex But your question assumes that tho mountain side On top of tho mountain tremoly cold and the ice so thick on tho 90000 loaned tho bank by tho govern- Â¬ is a small town where many peoplo go car windows we could seo but little of ment Is tho banks capital stock upon for health and pleasure during tho sum- Â¬ tho country which the bank is organized This is Wo wero in Kansas city two hours not the fact and you ought to know bet mer season Tho plno timber is very The country reminds ono very much of No artist lias ever tor than to say such things Populists tnlcu pint green Tho State of Missouri shows mado a picture so beautiful as tho natur- Â¬ Kentucky may exaggerate sometimes but none of up beautifully from tho train and wo al scenery that we saw near Siskiyou thorn are so densely Ignorant as to assert passed so many large nico towiiB At ecq nothing hut mountains that tho governments loan to tho bank You can St Charles we crossed St Charles river pines rocks and snow Near Mulr is tho banks capital stock paid Mud Springs with only a on n long bridge over a mile long With tho exceptions I havo pointed Peaks you see ono or two houses People go to be ono of tho highest in the world out your last article is an ablo one and hotel and thero and camp out and drink tho water Was in St Louis three hours whoro tho possesses much intrinsic merit Gov Â¬ a few miles from Mud Springs Is tho Hot depot is the finest in the United States ernment bonds bank notes nro not tax Â¬ Saturday tho loth I ato a very expensive great summer resort able and the national banks dont pay Springs a In Oregon wo passed photograph rocks breakfast at the depot in Chicago nfyor taxes on their deposits where every rock broken offhas a picture which wo took tho buss for Oxford hotel Now 8 P J if you want to defend largo ns my hand with a While thero I visited tho beautiful Lako tho national banks tho single gold stand Â¬ I saw ono as Michigan From the hotel I saw the perfect pine trco In it ard and the inonoy monopoly in genor Aftor leaving Ashland wo again saw large iron bridge over Chicago river al just come on turned around for a passing boat At 7 You close with this beautiful perora- Â¬ the plains Near Central Point we saw oclock in tho evening I took tho train Mount Pit standing all alone covered tion Great Scott man do you tako tho for Louisville passed through Illinois readers of the News for a set of numb with snow and none to bo seen any and most of Indiana nt night reached where else Forty miles or more from skulls Incnpnblo of making a deduction Mount Pit we came to Tublu rocks and Loulsvillo at 8 oclock Sunday morning for themselves or knowing beans when other mountains and then to Gold Hills and Cloverport Sunday night 17th at You certainly do tho bag is open 0fi0 oclock I cortalnly dont I dont oven take whore wo saw tho trestlo running up Into the mountain to bring Mown tho you for one But like tho gallant To havo perfect health you must havo quartz or gold oro Grants Pass is a pure blood and tho best way to havo Dan Quixote astride the patient Itosiu Â¬ ant unasked unsolicited you rash to lovely town of twenty five thousand in pure blood is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla habitants built in a level valley with the defense of the roaders of the News whoso Intelligence you think has been mountains on oither side Thoy havo HOLT suspected When the readers of tho factories of all kinds schools churches etc Tho train runs through tho center Green Puyno went to Tobiusport Sun Â¬ Nicks want you to vindicate their Intel of tho town consequently you can see day llgenco they will call upon you everything front tho car windows After Eugene Kingsbury Cloverjnrt was in Sincerely yours leaving Grants Puss wo go through what town Sunday A J II is called Cow Creek canyon tho most Miss Lillian Greenwood spent Sunday daugorous and complicated part of the with Miss Lula Tate road in fact it Is laid to bo tho most A SURGEONS KNIFE Miss Rosa Miller Is vUitlug friends and Tho relatives at tills placo 70u a fueling of horror sad complicated road on tho continent read Tberu kino longer FteceMltyfof track runs in tho side of mountain in IW uw to Bumjr dltcuace totmttly n Mlsa Lydia Boultlnghouso Is visiting aniwJ w Incutablo without cutting- places whoro you can toe hundreds of her sister Miss Minnie at Cannelton TLm TriMf rf iMMmllffl Siirfiry feet below Near these mountains wo Reuben Reynolds Is visiting his UweM MHMttated by tbo feet ttut daughter Mrs Emma Hawkliw Toblns saw tho moon in total eclipse port nUr lint wtflTmjrw without tbe We reached Salem the capitol of Ore Â¬ kalfeand without Mia Clumrcf R 8 Carter and John Beavin tev truaaaa out Imi throws away f They gon Monday morning at day light At early buds of our place They are the having aervr euro but often Induce 1b8b Oregon City we crossed Columbia river several acres of corn planted luaiioa MnMUlatiou sou death I Orrtaa FltfeMlBterte lumuno aad Mwy etbne are out- - on n high bridge from which we could Considerable damage was done by fire reauivad without the iwrlk or air sen the water over the falls and adver Â¬ In this community Friday and Friday Mr Joe WgtffinfSRS tisements wil ten on tholrgi rocks in night of between King being tho heaviestÂ¬ loser three and four thous the mountains The houses were built and rails or im Mirer mvnih patat or eured without in and aroand tne mountains with t MUs Mattlu Mattlngly of lialltown HI MHt ROm winding plank steps Hundreds of feet who lias been making her home at Mr fOKEL high loading up to them K8 Carters for somo time returned waah vtritti borne HtoraJwUhoutc At 8 oetoek we reached Portland friend Saturday aoeompanled by h Mr Kraoat Slake rriHnriiBCor B I fllV I vIlM atata rather an ugly city A great deal of it is bult oyei water and on the kills From Cry the heights you can see the bes part of the oity ako Columbia and WilliawetUi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GARRETT Win Hllf took several hogs to bo fid to his farm this week Born Mcli 25 to tho wlfo of Will Slpes nlno pound boy Mrs J G Shacklett spent last Mon Â¬ day tho guest of Mrs Burch Chas Ritchie and wife spent Thursday here tho guests of G It Miles and fam Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report ily Mrs Crutclur and family spent Satur Â¬ day with James Rlcketts near Branden Â¬ burg William Prathcr Frank Downs and Will Slpes went to Loulsvillo Wednes day to sell their tobacco Miss Annio Richardson has returned homo after several days visit with her uncle Win Hllf and family Henry Peak and family G R Miles and family and Win Miles and family spent Sunday with Chas Ritchie and Â¬ Baking RoYal Powder S5F3 PUKE ABSOLUTELY SU n Th0 n0t cnlrall oeaid i JOHNSON MANAOtB family We wero sorry to hear of tho death of Aunt Susan Walker of Kkron which occurred lost week and extended our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved fam Â¬ Jfe5 - V8 -- JouisyilleKy M HEADQUARTERS BULBS TRY OUR UNRIVALED BE PLEASED ily A Valuable Find After years of study nnd labor thero has at last been discovered a sure and ncverfaillug remedy It has been tested on patients who have despaired of ever being cured the results havu been in every case wonderful GrolPs Rheu Â¬ matic Cure is uucqualed as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acuto Inllumatory Rheumatism Gout Lum Â¬ bago Sciatica Neuralgia especially Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea and till kindred affections It is also a valu Â¬ able Blood Purifier being efpclnlly use Â¬ ful in Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula nil Glandulai Enlargements and diseases of the Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely freo from all narcotics Severe attacks aro relieved fn from ono to three days and a positive euro effected in from fivo to eighteen days For salo by Chas O Martin Cloverport Ky ROSES ion PLANTS and SEEDS SETS DiLnnxiD atyov ivst orrrcK rxrAiii oun CATALoaue Of isa pa2eb rrtmm to all TRY AND WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION TRIAL ort SETS 50c our Set Set Set A II Net II Set V Set K Set II Set II Set J Set K Set I Net M antCTioN or 10 Superb Errrlloomlnic Iloien 10 lorii lO Im ChrMUtlimutni In lutotta lO lleit Oerunlunii 10 cholceit colort 10 New JUinmoth Verlxnti 10 colon Set N Set 0 Set 1 10 Now Heliotrope nioit frngrarit luiorti 10 llnrdr Shrubs leading torn 10 arlcllei 43lh YEAH ID lladlolue Including Child 10 colon b Hut Impetlne 8orti all different colon t ACRES 4 heloct Sortn French Caniiat beat bloomen UNDER 10 Vlnea and Creepera for Porch or llatketa Q LASS O terna and Moaaea for Karnerlea lO FolUca llantf brlshteat hardleat IB lncketa Choice Klawer Seada aeloct 2 Flue Graceful Talma atroDg NEUNER Louisville Address NANZ Ky l08eetrtt Larnatloui tterbloomlnff lOiorli Senn MAIN Ackermann Brewing IMIOIMUKTOIIS Co STRRRTBRRWERY EXPORT BOTTLE BEER TAR FORK for Family Use As it has been some timo since thero mo to nso main vr lias been a piece in the News from tills TiiiiiioNi tsa uinu a place I thought I would wrlto a few lines This neighborhood is blessed with good ONLY CENTS health at this writing Wo had quite a fire in our neighbor- Â¬ hood last Friday Several farms were Book Sweep of their fencing by the flames Miss Grace Taul is visiting Mrs Snllie Rico this week Tho prayer meeting at Tar Fork is pro Â¬ gressing While they are not as spiritual as they should bo yet thore is interest mauifested and wo hope much good to bo derived from tho word of God It la a book for everybody wlio tie Farmers aro most done braking corn sires to know the facts about fiance ground t rTTTQrC7TT B T TP TTV X BIG SHOE SALE A Remarkable Good COINS Financial School and currency II Sweet Thing S H 0 E With evory pair of Shoes you nro entitled to a gucsa card Guess tho number of eceds in S H 0 E ELECTROPOISE THE GREATEST CURATIVE AGENT KNOWN Pumpkin TO KNOW YtU WANT All About Gold II S YOU WANT TO KNOW zreiad it A I 3 Prizes Offered 100 L E OPIUM HABIT CURED Six weeks uso of the Electropoiso cured a friend of the opium habit It also benefited mo a great deal I suffer Â¬ ed with kidney trouble Rev W Bruco Hopklnsville Ky From the editorial columns of tlo AWstern Recorder If there Is any truth in men and women it does indeed bene- Â¬ fit in hundreds of coses of all kinds of A friend who had Buffered sickness First best Guess i0O lbs sugar Second All About Silver II YOU WANT TO KNOW 33JJD 10 Currency 7K Third wo nro 60 E All About Additional to our prizes giving some great bar Â¬ gains In our II YOU WANT TO KNOW H3D IT Shoe Department you money on tho purchaso of n pair of Shoes AVoll savo What Causes the Hard Times long with nervous prostration wrote that A gentleman in the it had cured her city who a year ago seomed to have Ills a book for tho peoplo nnd will only a few days of lifo left him by con givo them moro correct inforinntion sumption has greatly improved has about been able to go on uninterrupted with his business Two other personal friends said nothing had over done so much for d Nothing has over their rheumatism received so many testimonials from trust- Â¬ worthy persons Thau will bo found in nny book on Ono nights uso of tho Electropoiso political economy gavo mo relief brain congestion nnd It is so plain nnd simple that nny one vertigo I havo boon a well man ovor can easily understand it Rov Georgo II Means Coving- Â¬ since It is a book for the business inn ton Ky the professional man the fanner and the laboring num It was writ JtufElcctropoIso put out on trial for ton in tho Interest of each of them four months for 10 Send for valuablo Democrat Whether Republican book freo or Populist every man who votes DUBOIS WEBB should read it K3DD IT Gold Silver Currency Thats Just Not 11 na likely you may bo ono of tho lucky three This offer will closo April 15th 1895 Everlasting bargains nt tho Great Bargain Store GEO YEAKEL CO imANDEKUURG KY SOU fourth Avenue Ioulivlllft Ky nit sum SKNI IOlt COST YOU NOTICE I want ertry nan and woman In the TTultta Statai Inumtfd in tho Oplnm and Waltkr habits to haro ona of tar booki on tnaia till caiet AddrtM II M Woollejr Atlanta Ua lox W ana ona will b tent jon freo to cMi ir ou IT WIlI IOSTlAII THE OELEBRATED Only 25 Cents Jno D BIG SHOE SALE GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY OWEWSBORO FARM WAGON The Best Wagon mado for Farm uso and other Fanning Babbage OLOVEUrOUT IvY POBT IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALlT Alio Wholeule and HeUll Dctlert In WORMS Yellew Pine Fleorini atul SMiitte Hair UllH CHMtrt CelUftg Umt Irltk Implements FOR SALE 1Y vermifuge FOR SO YEARS Hm Ivd ll WORM Rmdr EVERY MTTLE IWMHTttl MMLB M AJU UKUaiT Vt UM MMIilMMI IINUII t WHITES CREM tors and all kladt Saih ad Ufa f BulMftf Material BJ Agwttj fax BSTlSS zzusss Children for Pltohtr CatUrlau T I McGLOTIILAN HiRMstMul Frtllfert wttk MM ami Tray taUT IRVINQTON KY Or4H IMaatUIMj UU4 Walk M juf m nJwwawtrrwuiii Bregkenr1dge News Jno Di V HARDINSBURG L H 0 Batosgs Editor nd 10 Fropttitri 1805 W TIME TAME soma WEDNESDAY AlIUL rniDgr Dkllj trr IUriltnWn Hill pm wht Bskicrlptlon Tries 15100 Tor In Ad saoe If Psld U ths End of the Ytr 8125 soma PuMORer Dally rr Uardlniharc hit Ti4fl am SIX PAGES 1IO W SILVER Poo J A Witts clothing Miss Emma Smith is quite ill Horn to tho wlfo of P Dillon April 3d HtS STRUCK nboy Cnpt Hicks Owensboro was here Inst DOWN Responding to a seeker for truth rcs- peeling tbo metallic money question tlio Now York Press actually denies that tlioactof Fobruary 12 1873 struck How Itflskc could a down silver liltlo clauso in nn obscuro bill which tlio President who signed it did not observe and which lloscoe Conkllng and many other Senators declared they did not notice striko down silver Our laws the Tress insists linvo no such po tency and then it repeats the often repeated statement that American coinage of silver up to 1S73 had been so insignificant that really thoro was little While or no silver to strike down most unfair these declarations may havosomo peril for uninformed persons and they oro noteworthy also because SCnoy contain souio important admissions of fact It is of no Email significance that litis advocate of the gold standard confesses that tlio clauso of the act of 1873 demon etizing silver was obscure and that the Senators who voted for the bill and the Friday Mrs Piggolt was visiting at Irviugton last week Roland Smith Stephensport was here last Friday Dr A M Kincheloe lost a flno Jersey cow Sunday night Mr D W Farlclgh Louisville was hero last Saturday Mr and Mrs Tea IT were in Loulsvillo a few days last week Mr Marion McGatock Cloverpoort was here last Friday Koht Cox has gone to Louisville to inako his home there Miss Lizzie EskrldgpJkftarrturnfdTrom a visit lo rnemisai uig spring Mr Dolph Jonesandhisllttledatighter Dig Spring wero here Monday Thomas Duffey has accepted a position as engineer on tho L k N railroad Mr Win Beard will move into Ids new houso near the depot this week Sato your money theso hard times by buying your clothing from J A Witt Its astonishing how cheap a suit of clothes can bo boughtfrom J A Witt Coroner Joseph Taul was in attendance on tho Court of Claims all of lust week w John E Monarch commissioner to settlo with Hie sheriff filed his report The court ordered gates erected on the public road lending from tho Leltchfleld road lo MonnfVry ford for tlio purOP0 of protecting fartnsin that section which had been thrown out by the los of fences thcro by firo Gates to Hind until lOlli of December vJJr A M Kincheloe was elected poor- iiouso commissioner lortno ensuing year Throo dollars per month was appro pi la ted for tho benefit of Miss Kate Mon- Â¬ arch and B J Mattingly appointed her trustee Tho sheriff was exonerated from col- Â¬ lecting the poll tax off of C Slppel Wal- Â¬ ter Itiedel and Chas May for tlio year 1891 James Wyett Louisville is visiting his father Judge S T Wyelt this city Mrs Albert Johnson has ben quite Misses Mary and Mntio Elliot Ellz sick but is much Improved nbethtown aro visiting Miss Lcla Wyett J O Powell manager of tho Mi sinMrs TJ Upton visited her brother ger waaiu Louisville hist Saturday J M Wheeler ntSonorn last Saturday Tho Methodist Sunday School will Misses Slclln and Emma Mooro have havo special services next Sunday tor returned to their homo in Elizabeth BRANDENBURG m jj CLOTHING 1 Â¬ ClTHIff 1 NOTHING Ealer Wise and Eli Garrett wero exoni rated from paying poll tax in futuro Mr Win II Bell was assisting clerk Frcdrck - President who signed it did not notice was thus discarded Hitherto tlio gold advocates have agreed in in slating that tlio silver discarding clauses of the bill were discussed for three years under circumstances of the largest pub licity But it is indeed true as the Press declares that there was so little knowledge of tlio nature and purposes of tlio hill that tlio public men who ap proved it wero astonished when they learned what revolutionary processes it had authorized Tlio reason for this ignorance the causo of this obscurity hayo never been fully explained nor can they be perhaps unless tho persons who contrived tho whole performance are still alivo and subject to those im pulses of a guilty conscience which sometimes forco men to mako frank that silver confession of their o Tenses It may with much confidence- be suggested that tlio bill as it was finally placed upon the statute books was really not the bill that passed Congress and tho proceeding by which the change was effected may possibly have been described accurately by the word employed for that purpose by Senator Allison who on February 15 187S declared it had been doctored It cannot bo questioned we suppose that a little clause in an obscure hill might strike down Bilver as effectively as a great clause in n hill that was not obscure What tho bill in question as suredly did was this From 1702 to 1891 the Bilver dollar containing 371 grains of fine silver was tho only lawful unit ofvaluu in tho United States Hut during the whole of that long period gold and silver had exactly equal rights at tlio mints enjoying together practi- Â¬ cally freo coinage and both tlterefore occupied the position of standard money measuring and defining tho values of all other things The act of February 12 1871 threw down the silver dollar as the lawful unit of value and for tho Unit time in American history made tho gold dollar tho lawful unit While that act continued to gold its old privilege of free coinage it denied to silver tho right to be coined upon nny terms or in any quantity This wosrovolutionaryaction overthrowing tho uniform practice and completely reversing tlio ancient prece dents Would it he possible to conceive of any proceeding which could inoro effectually havo struck down silver What course of ictiou pursued by any ouo hostile to that metal could havo procured with greater approach to cer Â¬ tainty tlio desired result of tho demon Â¬ etization of one of tho two precious metals Whether wo had coined much or little sliver in this country prior to 1873 is a matter of no importance in considering the subject It would bo enough to say that had silver not been demonetized at that or any other time tho people would have obtained tho benefits of tlio subse Â¬ quent largo production of silver in our Western territory No man who has Htudied tliu subject with an open mind can doubt that we could have maintained tlio two metals at parity under such circumstances Observe these figures representing the comparative production of tho two metals In four different per Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Otr day and Sunday There seems to be a chanco for the Democrats yet They elected three school trustees hero last Saturday J It Johnson was in Louisville last week laying in a new supply of goods Mr Johnson having been crippled for some time has allowed his stock to run down but he will now open out now and wants to see some of his old customers FISCAL COURT PROCEEDINGS Â¬ All persons indebted to me must come forward and settlo at once J AWitt Every dollar is worth two nowadays see prices on clothing at J A Witts Beautiful line of spring clothing The price doesnt cut any figure at J A Witts Miss Lula Vessels is in Louisville to Doafncsi Cannot be Cured spend a couple of weeks visiting friends by local applications as they cannot Mrs Matilda Mattingly aged 81 ditd at her homo in Long Lick last Thursday reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure Deafness Miss Lillie Scott and Miss Jennie War mid that is by constitutional remedies fieldweut toGlendeane visiting last week Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- Â¬ Mr Dempsey candidate for railroad dition of tho mucous lining of tho Eusta commissioner was hero one day last chian Tube When this tube gets week inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Itev Gaho is having a new portico imperfect hearing and when t is entirely built to his residence near the Catholic closed Deafness is the result and unless church the inflammation can bo taken out and Big preparations are being made for this tube restored to its normal condi- Â¬ celebrating Easter Sunday at the Catho-Â¬ tion hearing will be destroyed foreter nine cases out of ten are caused by lic church catarrh which is nothing but nn in Jesse Miller and Arthur Malting ly Sample aro here attending tlio Nor- flamed condition of the mucous stirfacer We will give One Hundred Dollars for mal College any case of Deafness canst d by catarrh Miss Mattie Pumphroy West View that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh was visiting Mrs Sallio Cody last Satur Cure Send for circulars free Â¬ Â¬ Cunningham during tho court in taking the minutes and proceedings of tho hotly Mr W J Dean of Gleudeane was in attendance on tho court the most of the Mr Deau wantt d a bridgtj built week HTlils Vicinity Corom r Joe Taul and V B Burton were present advocating the road tax Will Smith of Holt was a closo attendant on the court tho entire week being a full fledged candidate for road com- Â¬ missioner had the road tax been levied He mado a strong fight for tlio measure but it was no go All of Thursday ovening was consum ed in discussing tho proposition whether or not the court Bhould levy a tax for the purpose of working tlio public roads Ihe Koad tax had but few advocates and the proposition was lost by a unanimous vote of the court The roads will bo worked under tho old system and very little if any improvement in their Tho court condition can bo expected went off on tho idea that times were too hard to levy any additional tax on the people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F J CHENEY CO Toledo BgySold by Druggists 75c CIRCUS DAY O The Walter L Main Grandest and Best Shows Almost Here The all absorbing topic of tho day seems lo bo are you going to the circus The answer on every hand seems to bo why certainly and when one slops to reflect over the fact that tho Walter Main shows are tho largest that ever toured the United States it is not sur- Â¬ prising that every ono is going to avail himself of the opportunity to seo this No massive amusement enterprise arnusementwhcther tented orothcrwise has ever caused the preliminary entlm-sia-ii- n throughout Breckcnridgo county that the Walter Main Shows have by tho announcement that they would ap-Â¬ pear in Cloverport April 16th In view of tho fact that this wonderful zoologie ethnologic equine aud hippo droraic exhibition is the superior of all similar enterprises employing as it does moro cars to transport it more people to conduct its various dopartmonls more horses wagons larger tents and tho greatest number of performers evor amassed under one management it is not surprising that it is to day the worlds representative shows Wo BUggest to people tho advisability of coming to town early so as not to mhu tho grand et eet parade that takes place dally at 10 a m rain or shlno It contains five bands ten kinds of niusio in all including tho grand golden steam calliope a band of real Scottish bag pipers and several musical novelties absolutely new to the Ameri There is a whole caravan can people of massivo carved cages gilded chariots mounted knights and ladies a score of herds of elephants comical clowns camels midget ponies aud tho finest collection of highly bred horses ever brought to this country After all tho parade is only preliminary to tho most rouiarkablo exhibition of arnnlc hip podromic and zoologies marvels ever collected by man out-of-toÂ¬ Brother 1 lagan will preach nt the Baptist church Sunday mo ntng ami Sunday night next Mrs 8 C Mallnour popular post Â¬ mistress is visiting her mother and Bisters in Vine Grove Tho B O Circle will mtet this after- Â¬ noon with Miss Lida Ilaynes and Mrs W Richardson will read Mrs Win Rhodes will entertain the altar boys next Sunday and Mr Tom Howard and Mrs R II Novitt will have the choir Mr and Mrs Fun Rhodes went to Paynesvllle last Sunday Palm services were held at the church then by Father Herbuth It affords mo much pleasure to an- Â¬ nounce that Mr P P Novitt of Wood land Is Improving for his usefulness and valuo as a cltizsn aro n cognized through- Â¬ out tho county Tho trio aro still by George All Right with no prospect just now of one diverging unless Shelleys Odo to tho Western Wind should blow that moro dexterous genus homo up here Next Sunday will be Easter Father Herbuth will have his choir and altar boys from Paynesvllle here the church will bo decorated and there will be High Mass Miss Kato Herbuth will prcsido at the organ Liltlo Tallie Ilaynes has n missivo from Mrs Tallie Toomoy written and mailed at Paris France Little Tallie will keep it as a souvenir of Mrs Toom eys trip and remembrance She sailed for homo last Saturday Wo nil regret that our boys Albert Richardson and Wade Ditto havo had their saddlery establishment closed at Richmond Ky from llnaucial trouble We hopo they may yet retrieve them selves and open up again Dr D 0 Puseys address read before tho Medical Association of March 28 and published in the last issue of tho Messenger was well worthy of gravo consideration by tho fraternity and of much interest to nil who admire him as n physician of purest ray serene and recognize him as a credit to our county and the profession Next week lookout for something of interest in this column from the big dry goods house of Yeakel Co Mr Geo Yeakel Is termed tho Prince of merchants He has served a long life in the line and wears his honors royally His junior partners Geo Relman and Ed Yeakel have established a supremacy for skill and attention to business Bert Moremen is at home II is troupe has disbanded on account of the small pox scare We of this place have a touch of fear and are being vaccinated audGough Grinnell informed us with much assurance that If it took wo Who can would only have celluold blame children for getting words con- Â¬ We are often at sea ourselves founded to use properly a heterogeneous lan- Â¬ Â¬ town Mis Birdie Farmer npnl s vornl dajB last week visiting the Misses MeCand less Misses Lua King and Bettlc Garvin spont last Saturday and Sunday at Geo Dixons near town Mrs Nancy Comtant and Mrs Martha Day aro spending a tew days with rela- Â¬ m in jj u Rich in Otiality Faultless in Style tives and friends in Sonora D A Clawson ono of Our best citizens left with his family last Tuesday morn- Â¬ ing for Nebraska their future homo Mrs Davy Jenkins returned soveral days ago from a two weeks visit to tela Uvea in Louisville aud Burchel Ky Mr and Mrs Con Woodynrd of near Eagle Mills were in the city last Sun Â¬ 19V day guests of C M Bradley and family We aro sorry to learn that brother J S Mitchel was unable physically to reach his appointment hero on the 7th Sunday School organized at tho Meth- Â¬ odist church Sunday with brother James and James Paynter superintendent King secretary At the homo of Thomas Dixon Of Laltuo county on Wednesday April 3rd at 4 oclock p m Rev James Stubble field of the Aubcrno Circuit Loulsvillo Conference united in holy matrimony Dixon Watkins of this city to Miss Sarah Ford of Larue county Soveral of Ml tho Uptonlans who nttended tho nup tials report nn enjoyable occasion On Monday night March 25 brother Stubbleficld came to assist brother Mitchel in protracted meeting They continued their labors until Tues 111 day night April tho 2nd during which timo there wero nbout twenty three Meeting was just under souls saved good head way when closed but brother Stubblefield had calls to answer at other points and sickness in brother Mitch els family demanded his presenco at home Theso brethren conducted a threo weeks meeting hero liltlo moro than ayearago in which eighty three souls were brought to Christ in m u Irrisistible in Price Tho extremely low prlceB of wool as you know has mado u i i Clothing Cheap And when wo Bay cheap wo mean good nil wool clothing at a very low price Our now Spring and Summer lino is now com- pieto lift I ill n Stylish Cuts for Men The II t I f 41 latest for Youths and Boys Our Childrens line com- Â¬ prising many Novelties and aro both beautiful and cheap Not being handicapped with any old Btock wo aro able to offer you tho latest styles at the lowest possiblo prices m m III l i 11 f i A In obedience to a suggestion from the State Board of Health and also of tho City Council of Cloverport I hereby make an earnest appeal o each and every citizen of Cloverport in regard to the necessity of having themselves and lam ily vaccinated bituatedas wo are we are more or less exposed to the much dreaded disease smallpox which is re ported to be on both sides of us hence the necessity of being prepared suggests itself clearly to every sensible person I will say to all tho poor who aro not able to pay for vaccination thoy will be vaccinated free by calling on Dr A A Simons member State Board of Health Proclamation By the Mayor Cloverport Ky April 8 1895 m ill VEST rm r77 t Ill t m t J 51 To All the People Greeting1 You are cordially invited to call and see our New Stock of John A Barry Mayor Card of Thanks To my many friends and patrons I wish to extend thanks for good wishes kindness nnd favors granted me in the last low years I have now disposed cf ray business interests in this city and I ask for my successor tho same kind con Ijeneral - JVLercnandise XJ iT lai I v guage iods Twice as much silver as 17921818 gold was produced One third as much silver 18101802 as gold was produced 18021873 Twice ns much gold as sliver was produced 18731892 One fourth more silver than gold was produced During tho first three periods with one metal or the other largely in excess tlio two metals without difficulty wero kopt at or near to par Is it not most reasonable to believe that in tlio fourth period when silver was but slightly in excess the same- relationship could have been maintained if the same conditions under the law nud at the mints had Moreover beon permitted to continue It must bo noted as of high Importance that silver demonetization was not con lined to this country Following our evil example Germany and the nations of the Latin Union aud other European nations proceeded to discredit silver Thus the blow struck at that natal was not aimed merely by an obscuro American law but by practically world wido legislation affecting tho silver and also the gold of the whole civilized - F K Ithodes exonerated from collecting special tax duo in Clovorport Common School District until the final de- Â¬ cision of the suit in the United States court Mrs E I MtGary presented a claim for 120 80 for taxes erroneously paid in years 1891 and 1892 rejected Morris Eskridgo was allowed 125 00 for his services as commissioner and re- Â¬ cover for the past year Ex Sherifl F K Ithodes was allowed 2000 less 10 per cent on a final settle ment for tho county levy duo for the year 1891 The claim of Lcn Cashman for 405 75 for taking list of property in Hardinsburg and part of Hough Creek district for railroad tax rejected An appeal was given him to the Circuit court on said claim Morris Eskridgo Commissioner filed his report as to tho financial affairs of the county Tho Commissioner report Â¬ ed that there was due from Stuart Do Jernette former shorifr903 53 He had brought suit for said sum but had failed so far to obtain a judgment Because of ids failuro to collect said sum tho Commissioner reported that ho was com- Â¬ pelled to borrow money to pay on tho CountyH indebtedness For said purpose ho borrowed 825 00 at 6 per cent Tho Commissioner further reinterest ported that all county bonds wero now drawing fivo per cent interest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Amount In hands of receiver October Vl Amount received from K Kllhodo 45000 Amount borrowed 62c 00 lil out by said Cominliiloner Amount 1S70 50 llalance In his hands Amount of bonded Indebtcdneta of the county 17115 co John M Stilwell exhoncratcd from paymencnt of railroad tax on 520 worth of land the samo not being in tax dis- Â¬ f7J oo Ii8j tricts Miss Ami Lacy exonerated from pay Â¬ ment of railroad tax on 2500 worth of property said amount being in excess of tho actual valuo of her property W C Arms exonerated from paing railroad tax on 012 worth of property the same being in tho Union Star dis- Â¬ trict G A Lelchardt exonerated from pay luent of railroad tax on 112 worth of property the samo having been liste 1 by A A Lelchardt was ex other partjes onerated from paying tax on 200 worth of land for the same cause Thomas A Miller exonerated from payment of railroad tax ou 1110 worth property tho samo being In tho Clover port district Mrs Elizabeth Logsdon Hajinah Logij don and child granted the privilege of poordiouso Tho sheriff txonerated from the collection of railroad tax ou list of Joe Ben Taul there being bo such person Â¬ Cure Tor Headache As a remedy for all forms of lleudacho Electric Bitters has proved to bo tho very best It effects a pormauent cure and the most dreaded habitual Bick head aches yield to its influenco We ttrgo all who aro afflicted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial In rases of Â¬ habitual constitution Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed ono to the bowols and few cases long resist the use Large of this medicine Try it onco bottles only Fifty cents at A It Fishers Drug store Attention Republicans of Brecken- ridge County You aro hereby notified to moot in mass convention tho third Monday The services of last week appointed by tho M E church for Missionary purposes and conducted by Brother Walton were very sparsely nttended A faithful few I hear came out mostly of the feminiuo gender Brother Walton paid aglowlng tribute to women and dubbed his church decidedly n Female one when It came to zeal and attendance and that reminds me Mr Editor that to you wo of this paper tako off our now spring hats for that editorial in last News All honor to tho man that appreciates and honors woman as regards The social weddings had come to a halt but a- - most interesting one will bob serenely up next week and like the harp of Tarn give evidence that such affairs are not entirely obsolete The ono on tho roster for Wednesday April 17 Is that of the third and charming daughter of banker James W Lewis Miss Nolle B to Mr Jesso Herndon of Breckcnridgo county son of the late Mr Richard Ilerndon and a prominent young man in society and one In every way worthy of the jwel he has won The wheel steed incr asts in popu- Â¬ larity as a meaus of locomotion and pleasure Little Fred Howard has con Â¬ quered cycle mysteries and Is out on tho boulevards every day Little Henry Woodson is impatiently awaiting the arrival of his to commence tho pleasures of cycle riding D W Lewis came in from Gust on n few days since in an hour and a quarter on Ills bike I dont know whother Will Howard and Dee Pusey havo mastered all tho Intricacies or not nor whether they can spin with- Â¬ out hands on the handle bars but any- Â¬ how Ill always have some wheel gossip till the cloud rolls by I was Invited by Mr Wm Mclntyre to Inspect tho staple and fancy articles groceries boots shoes hats caps just received in his now roomy and attractive business houso on East Main I found bargains Invincible spring goods galore novelties too numerous to mention Messrs Chas Bryant and Ed Mclntyre aro behind the couuter at your service Mr Win Mclntyre lias proven himself a faithful Bcrvaut of the public In tho past and he asks your trade In consideration thereof Mr J II Bishop has a till lino of jewelry and silverware In the south west corner of Mr Molutyres store lie has been in tho business for years is experienced responslblesolicits your patronage and guarantees satis Â¬ 1 merry-go-round just opened in Guston I I sideration that I have enjoyed In my reluctant departure from Cloverport I extend tho best wishes to her good peo- Â¬ ple May thoy all edjoy the peaco hap Â¬ piness and prosperity which they so ours Truly justly deserve Benedict Beaven YOU Prof J M Tebow is back nt his old Sou cu t rg placo witli J E Keith marble He is now nt work on a beau- Â¬ tiful monument for Mrs Mary Park Douglass mother of Mrs J E Stono F LOEB CO o TTSTonsr szrsrm A CAN WAKE MONEY AA kMi ma uwiiudch mcjr urc At largest ana tnosi reÂ¬ inc 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 t Effffs Butter Poultry Fruits of all kinds Beans Potatoes Onions Hay Grain Headquarters for Furs Hides and Wool Capital 4000000 Liberal advances made on con- Â¬ signments General correspondence solicited T Id A 1 - StttK if Wi iM w dfe SARSAPARILLA NEATS Bargains in r WMsw I will cut prices BEST BLOOD PURIFIER in the world It cures Nervousness Dys pepsia Sick Headache Bolls Tetter Scrofula and every trouble arising from bad blood Try It and be sure to get Neats For sale by Â¬ Watches REMEMBER on all my Watohei V Jt During tho months of MARCH and APRIL Thoy boo THE MONTHS MARCH s will bo so low that you cannot como and beautiful watch in your pocket and Bee mo them without carrying away a valuablo and Como in AR FISHER Druggist CI I will tako pleasure in showing loverport Ky you anything I havo in and APRIL 2 stock BE CURED D 5JJi9S APPLHMAN the widely known special- Â¬ ist after year of study his so perfected bis system of mall treatment that be can now assure the sick aud suffering a permanent cure at their homes at a price that is aston-l-hlngloir Thousands are availing- them scire of this golden opportunity and hun Â¬ dreds of testimonials are on file showing the efficacy of the treatment ames Kincheloe TBCH J BWELIBIR The Best Shoes HARDINSBURG KY forth Least Moaer All Chronlo Dis Â¬ eases Treated CATARRH BRONCHIA ACM W L DOUGLAS OCA AND -- NCSa UNO TROUalItHtARTTOM DiscAsts surpsr v JL LIVER AND BOWCk 03SHOEffi rrllKtVaTuTlkrvur pn-5-K1Sa ma ff w NRVOU CXHAUSTION SKIN RMIU HATISH AND NtURAlCMA iD0Usl 3 and 4 Show wear tbo Hut It is not strange that tho gold btandard press Bhould persist In hiding the facts and distorting the evidence The cause for which it speaks cannot hope to achieve any victories unless the truth shall bo hidden completely from tbeeyes of the people The American earth County Court day in April at Hardins Â¬ faction burg Ky to appoint delegates 12 to UPTON attend the Republican State Convention to bo held in Louisville May 20 1695 Nice rain the Oth Inst Fkank IIahwkix 0 It M D Ferry Is In Ellzshethtown Dr OBryan Paynesvllle is at the Up ROYAL Baking Powder ton Hotel Highest of mil In Mr Neat of Neat Rleharea Drue Basest Report S Co Louisville Is fit the Cash House scientific treatment for all rcMAic OistAssa Quick and pctmaaent cures guaranteed New treatment for P1MW and UZCKK8 Young or old men suffering from moNtr POISON lAOSCR URINARY DIStAMS BlOO ins wtAKNtse or rxNAuaTioN actually te Â¬ etered to vigor Seal th aad happiness Dr Appltman baa associated with him a full stag of fxpstt specialists who carefully cob yfyr Tl The best and most it your UtUr cannot wDir ou w a 00 ttnagtkV 0tf lvtalng sWst each case aa4 prepare the proper rem CoBsultatlaa sad opinio vaaa etla Treatment mrsMud at the low by mall rtco 3 2 Ml NTN Write us treaty aad fully and enatoae stamp far symptom blank Ha I Caiank e Par UsaNiNrWaMM Add rets THE APMEMAN MCBIOINC OO IIS IS THE TBisT U Tour daalar awtst saMtt you write for ewatefva r nn W L DouglM AZ L 1UUEH Ciavtriwrt - HS Hroeltlea Mas 1 Sr3 E 4M ST - CMMAM ML C M MftlOTNUN CMm Star Ky ikMji stwiinmit w - J W - mij n wp lljWIIVjrlllf -- - i J MtHMMMMnHMMMM - jijniipiinuiiiij BW ft if ftifamr f gggg r 9 UawiMWwShWflarfi I 11 I hi k- - APOLEON BONAPARTE - Wlllln Colemnn visiting her grandlrlii ot fclilpliii Welj Is Mi If 0 Hay jtrmonitory Symptoms of Imperial Im- Â¬ i petuosity i1 DISMISSED FJROM THE SERVICE participation In the Corsican Uprising Costs His Commission In the French Army ImBuod With Revolutionary Idoas Vagarioa of a Gonlus K V v T i - v lir fc PnollTosldet in KiinMi cxilo ptrlwps ho may return to Corsica niid wo as his licntonant-in-ohlc- f may yet lead tho patriots to Independence and glory To sum up nil Napoleon nt thiH stngo was whirled nloug by tho coming storm but ho cautiously kept his bearings became practical rather than tlicoretlenl and lof transit impatiently awaited tho opportunity to His flights nro liko tlioso of n bird bocomo great hay on carlos Thus during his stay in Lioutonant Bonaparto remained with Corsica ho snddenly sprlnjs off in Oo his rogimont at Auxonuo until tho ICth tobor of 177 mid is nt Poris for inoro of September 1700 Tho Revolution had Mlm n tnnntli Ilfr nf Mtef M nfl lift Li now been in progress a year and four back ntAjacciowlthnn extension of hln months Tho movement had br conio lenvoof absence Again during his stay moronud moro portentous nt every stop at Auxonuo ho speeds envoy for fifteen Tho ruined Bostilo was already n hate days to Scur c in command of n sniall ful but glorious reminiscence At this dotnoliiiiont to suppress n riot These tinio Corsica was represented in tho Na movements nro promouitoryof thoso ex tional Assembly by two modorato patraordinary Imperial flights with which triots named Sallcetti nnd Colonn Tho ho subsequently startles oil Europe and royal dolegnto from tho island was that the world Buttafuoco whom Choisonl had used in Tho stay nt Auxonuo ostonded with establishing tho French protectorate in tho brief Interruption referred to from Corsica May of 1788 to Soptomberof 1780 a Tho pcoplo of tho island wero divided into sovoral hostilo factions First of nil thero was a royal faction very few in number composed of tho petty Cor- sican nobles nnd tho higher ecclesiastics Theso virtually constituted tho insular Secondly thoro was a govommont modcrato party favorablo to liberalism but supporting tho French protoctorato In tho third plnco thero was n powerful revolutionary rarty favoring nlwoluto independence nnd socking by tho recall of Paoli to overthrow nil foreign author- Â¬ ity This condition of nffnlrs nswoll as tho doplorablo stato of his family induced Napoleon to obtain another loavo of nbsenco and to return to his nativo country On his way homoward he spjc4 at Aix and thoro ho found hU brother Lncicn That otwtinnto pcrsonago had SA Qg withdrawn from tho military ncadomy A- Jat Bricnno but had failod to Bccnro ad JXArOLCON 1JV AITIANI mission to tho theological sohool nt Aix periQil of fiftcoii months His occupa Â¬ Thoro ho wos in poverty and hopolcss tions at that plneo wero much liko thoso iicsb when Napoleon camo and conductat Valence nnd Ajaccia Ho performed ed him back to Ajaccia Tho latter nt his military duties in n desultory way Marseilles visited tho Abbo Raynal but with mo0 exactitudo than tho but thoro Is no record of what occurred French code of military othics at that Onco nt home tho young French officer tlmo xequirod But military duty de was recognized as a man of importance manded only n fraction of his tlmo tho for ho was tho only Frenchman in the irestvas given to that intenso but frag island possessing a thorough military montary study by which his mind was cdncntiou trained and supplied with a wide rango Tho projoct was now on for tho or of information ganization of tho Corsican mUitln nnd Tho win tor of 1788 80 was passud by Napoleon was necessary for success Bonaparte in his quarters at Auxouno Ho entered into tho revolutionary in As yet Llontonant Bonaparte had never trigues of tho day moving obscuroly as n soldier drawn blood or seen it nnd dangerously among tho popular drawn by othqrs His restlessness now loaders wholly distrusted by tho fow boro him rapidly on to action His pas nristoorots and identified with tho modsion for doing something and for fol Â¬ orato libornls only nt tho risk of his comlowing his destiny a fiction which mission ns an officer in tho Frouch ho was always dwelling upon lod him army That urmy was still tho Kings to commit himself ambiguously to tho nrmy but tho offlcors wero nonrly nil Corsican patriots His adroitness was liko Napoleon infected with revolutionsuoh however that ho kept over a cord ary sontimonts to tho extent that almost to his purposes whereby ho might re- every sword miglit bo said to hnvo Ito cover himself for France In fact ho pnbliquo dimly etched on tho blndo know not what thing ho would bo called Tho hisury of this period at Corsica to do or in what cnuso his Bword should ia small treacherous chaotio From first bo notually unsheathed His nature September of 1700 to tho 1st of Juno was always to avail hlmsolf of tho first 1701 Napoleon remained in tho island contlngouoy Napoleon is doubtless Committing hlmeolf moronud mora but suoh was his eleoplcss vlgilauco tho evor cautiously to tho motions of up only great man of history who novcr heaval Had it not been for tho univer Â¬ lost an opportunity sal dissolution ho must at onco hnvo suf Bonaparto was with his regimout so fered arrest nnd dismissal from the callod of Iron at Auxonno when tho army From tho mlddlo of October un great Revolution in Franco began til the following February ho overstnid Within a month from tho trifling ovent his loavo of absenco working nil win atBqurro tho States General assomblod tor nt tho various iutrignos which were at Versailles There on the 5th of May rifo among his turbulent countrymen 1780 tho most remarkable political xcuo Ho then devised n plausiblo body of modern times went into session which wns nccoptod at hoadqnartcrs on the condition of Franca and man Â¬ and the next flay procured another ox kind There was a procession of great tension of his loavo I Nordidhocoso to men a gathering to their soots in tho flourish among tho agitators of Ajacclo Hall of Menus a seating of six hundred until his departure to rojoiu his com representatives of tbo pcoplo a looking mand in May of 1701 down from tho gallery of tho young Such hod been tho shifting counoction the heads of Lioutcnnnt Bonaparto with tho Iron Baroness do of KiquottidoMirabcau thophilosophio Rogimont that ho was almost an unroo Volnoy the loan Joan Paul Marat tbo ognized forco in his own division of the e big young Danton of army His absences from tho command tho litho Camillo tho Son green Robe had far exceeded in duration his pros epiorro and tho rest euco with it On returning to Franco It was tbo beginning of tho end of ho was assigned to tho Fourth Rogimont much tho opening of a small orovasso pf artillery stationed at Valence Ills in tho groat dyko whereby a feudal civ- Â¬ irregularities ns mi officer 1md not so far ilization hod walled in tho destinies of prevailed over tho opinion of his great mankind for cont erica Outside that an- Â¬ abilities and solid acquirements as to cient wall lay tho roaring ocean soon to provont his promotion at this tlmo to rush In wave on wavo till tho doluge tho rank of llontonant en promlor flecked with blood should rlso to tho On tho politionl sldo Napoleon wns plunaoles of all palaces and splash tho now drawn with groat forco towards tho domes of all cathodrals Revolutionary party In France Perhaps Tho effects of tho extraordinary move Â¬ tho notion dnwuodin him that with tho ment thus begun for tho reform of the success of tho Revolution and tho re French nation wero strikingly divorso In building of tbo nation on a now repub tho differqut parts of tho kingdom lican basis Corsica hersolf by liko reFranco was as yet homogeneous in noth Â¬ volt and renovation mfght Join in the ing The towns of tho South under tho common movement to greater advantage loyal Bontimeata of tho old Provcucal than could bo gained by naked robek race received the news in ono spirit and lion This sentiment was fanned by n the towns of thq North in another proposition made nt this time in the On men thomsolvos the bows fell from Assembly to enlarge the titles of the week to week with varying effects so King of the French by adding the eetdlug to their personal characters and names of tho Navarroso and Corsicans prejudice of raoe In general thoy who formally to tho list of his subject All wd imbibed the principles of the sew auch intermediary projects came to Freqeh philosophy either wont aftor the naught with tbo pnruahliig of thoPevo Revolution or ran before It waving a lutlou They were soon Bwallowcd up With tho King himself nnd all kingly fttf Ssuh a mind was Bouapartus things ia the deep bell throat tbatopoa No doubt he was a born revolutionist provided always be eotild himself con Â¬ ed trol the revolution His natare waa At But over and anoa tho Corsica trend Ui a every part for that state of fruit was BtrouK on Lieuteuaut Bonaparte Hardly had he got his place ia the fal anarohy whiuW tends again to order He wan essentially a man for tie storm Foarth Regiment at Valence until be awl Harriewe bat raited beet the after broke away again for his native island Btwgos of the tempest There the stage of actual tumult bad TomM sot this revolutionary Are ia oobm Napoleon was elected lleateuant ofaatel of the Soowd Battalioa of the Fnutqa leap Ae aen sad kindle ileelf ia OowieaT Does wet ooeaeloa bow offer for Cotsieaa army He oautioaeiy aooepted the poet bat at the same time kept his tN Moovery of Coralean itHtefwadenoe DwwBot the path of destiny open by eye axed ou France Then after hold Â¬ way of AjapoJo rather Mh ly way of ing his piaee In the army of iueartwta a utoutb be aadrtettly FatUf Or if Um eaatw iadeeil lies by for Jeaa thaareginout ou the Rboue aped Aid way of Paris doea It not flrat extenK awy to bla tHjagh Ilia native iMswtr The patriot riving be foaml hiweelf ditUMbwert frow JqjuT Ouuuc Kiwath the aerrioe Ooprrlnht 1EC3 tiy John Clark Illdpath VL Genius In a Quandary At tills singo rapidity bocomca the 111 of characteristic of ttonnparto Iln harts from plnco to plnco with astonish- tic colority nnd in inniiy instances with insnfllciout or tuiillscovernblo motives Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Arcis-sur-AubÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ fha U AM Wftrhr to mil otMtn S Qovt Reports MnyJ Bmklng Powr Ilea Have r Mmm4 rar MbriM IV J Grecnwcll tliu popular post muster and merchant of Andyvllle Is qulto sick Mr Charles Kirk and littlo daughter Luln of Ind visited his parents Mr and Mrs William Jones last week A certain young lady in Brandt nburg who is corresponding with ngontleman In Texas Is anticipating a visit fiom her Texas friend somctimo during tho sum Â¬ mer Squire D R Hayncs of Cold Spring visited his mothor last week Tho iaaaJaVHaal fl aBaaaaaaaaRr Fqulros faco looks somewhat wan after his recent illness but ho is gaining his strength slowly Omor Huffman who spent tho winter with his mother and brother Joe of French Creek returned to his homo at Gaosa Mo a fow days slnca accompan- Â¬ ied by Ike West nnd John Cundlff The Wolf Creek correspondent asks Periodic Attacks of Neuralgia In tho question Have you read n book the Eyes titled from tho ball room to hell No C t Hood tt Co Ixiwcll Mmji wo have no in ten at in that road Tho I write to ssjr that I hate been a aufierer for road that we want to travel leads In an four jtAti with ncurnlgla In tin eye J The imlns very serero at night causing mo to lufter oppoelto direction wsri Ttlntcr and summer alike Sometimes ft month Tom Hnynes Cairo 111 will bo wed Â¬ would laps between spells then I would be ded the last day of this month to Mies Troubled Evory Weok Carrie Helms I boliovo that is tho especially If I was up at night I am a man ot name and immediately after tho mar- Â¬ regular habits 42 years of age and employed riage ceremony is performed will take for the past seven years by Heath Springs Co well know n mercliants and bankers ot this place tho train for his old Kentucky home where they will spend a week visiting his relatives W D Coleman Co of Doo Run and Camden I bought a supply of Hoods Bar Millsaro now fumishlnga packngo of tho apartlla used our bottles and belters I ara famous Hammer Brand Soda with every Y J Lova Lancaster South Carolina cured 24 pound sack of Hour I wonder how Â¬ Hoods Pills cure Constipation by restor long it will bo before they will furnish ing the peristaltic action ot the alimentary canal tho shortening and all other ingredients that make biscuits so palatable The Masons Have a Oood Time at Littlo Guy Hardin Brandenburg was a passenger with tho U S mall the 3rd Owensboro Tho Masons were in tho city last night Inst en route for Andyvllle to visit his Tho littlo fellow was half to the number ot about -- 50 and their Undo Sam banquet with Its toasts was ono of tho frozen when ho reached Sirocco Ah count Guy the time Is nigh most onjoyoblo successes over known The tun has left the lea There wero seventeen lodges counting The fragrant flowr perfumes the bowr Owensboro represented They were 1 he breeze Is on the sea Hartford Masonville Drannous liar The bird whose lay has trilled all day bits hushed his partner nigh dlnsburtr Cioverport Hnnesville Lew Ilreeze bird and bowr confess the hour isport Henderson Rockport Cannclton Hut where It County Guy C Whitesville Glennville Livermore Sor- Â¬ My last communication was a puzzler gho Russellvlllo andBoonville Ind not only to raysolf but to many others The Masons were treated to as fine nn who endeavored to force mo to solve tho exemplification of tho mysteries of that problem The only solution that I am craft lat night ns could bo given nnj able to oflcr Is my last communication whero All who took part in the which was short mid not very sweet beautiful work of the third degree which by some mysterious means got mixed up was conferred on Mr Fred Van with two old manuscripts that left Siroc- Â¬ Renssolaer wero well prepared and tho co several months ago Ono that was largo number present fully enjoyed it published and ono that failed to seo tho but tho work of the master of tho lodge light through the columns That was Mr Eil S Foote was noticeably forceful certainly an instance where tho wasto and full of dignity Mr Foote bids fair basket failed to receive its dues to rival tho best Masonic workmen of Thats right S P J and we didnt tho commonwealth to bo held up in etherial azure After tho degree was conferred the have space by tho vapor arising from tho sur- Â¬ Masons adjourned to Hunters hall the A All the trou banquet plate Rev G W Terrell of Â¬ charged brain of J II blo with J II A we didnt pitch him a fered a fervent pnyor when seats at the nine largo tables wero filled Mr string to climb up by He reminds me glass tumbler F T Gunther was toostmaster and filled ofabumblo beo under a buzz z z z z z z but woll the place The Suitors wero wel- Â¬ Theres a constant z ing dont amount to comed on bohalf of Owensboro lodge tho Again he reminds me of an No 130 by Judge L P Little Ills ad Â¬ anything Makes lots of noise but dress was an eloquent one In which tho old wind mill nothing in it I predict that ho virtues of Masonry its history and theres whirl wind and eflVct wero highly extolled He was will go off sometime in a attentively listened to The response the earth will know him no more but wag Tho sun will to tho toast was assigned to Bernard G tho world will still still rise in tho east nnd set in tho West Witt P G M of Henderson Mr Witt and stars will not refuse was absent and Hon D R Murray of and tho moon to favor us with their light Cioverport delivered tho responsive Tho train of her tiding skirt caught address which was a tribute of thanks to the ladles and the Owensboro lodge over something on tho platform as she He said the visiting Masons camo here stepped down in the direction of mother to And light and they found it in tho earth and she made a spread eagle of lodgu rooms The lesson taught them herself and we thought she had planned there would ever be impressed on their for an aerial flight until we recognized memories ob grand exemplifications of tho tho unavoidable dilemma in which deB teachings of the order Mr il II Hole tiny had placed her Her fellow utter- Â¬ man grand roaster of Kentucky was on ly Ignorant of the catastrophe lod his the programme for an address but ho and her hprso off in tho direction ot tho was not able to be present as he was hitching post as deliberately as though compelled to leave on tho 11 oclock she had never lost the center of gravity Wo trembled for tho mortified stato of train Mr W W Clarke P G M refjnnded to the toast The Widows her feelings and fain would we have run and Orphans Homo which ho charact- Â¬ and released her and helped her to rlso erized as a magnificent Masonic achieve- Â¬ but a lady who had preceded her in dis-Â¬ ment Col J D Powers made n mounting we thought equal to the occahumorous and impressivo speech on sion UuUslio went to work in as nonThe Demilted Mason Hon Thos chalant a manner as though she enjoyed the jeopardy was extricating a garment S Pettlt had for his subject Tho Ladies from tho clothes line Women havo a Tho address was an eloquent tribute The ladies of tho Christian church curious way of getting over difficulties served t31 suppers Tho ladies deserve any how Somebody ought to smooth a great deal of credit for their work down the rough places ou that platform They had spread nino largo tables and before some lady gets her neck broke Ho will drink He wanted a brother the viands were prepared nnd cooked so that when served by the young ladles turned out of the church for playing the they wero bound to bo relished nnd violin and soon afterwards got as drunk many a compliment was confoned by as Sir John Barleycorn and when he the partakers Gibsons orchestra fur- Â¬ was churched he denied the charge and vowed that if he was drunk he didnt nished music at tho banquet hall The special train from Cioverport and know it He went to town a short time intermediate points left at 1230 this ago and got so drunk he had to bo haul- Â¬ ed home He left the groceries ho had morning Owensboro Messenger Bwaped his marketing for in town also It will boau agreeable surprise to per- Â¬ his market basket When the spell sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to came on again he was afraid to venturo learn that prompt relief may bo had by to town eo he gave tho mall carrier a taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera and quart bottle to have filled with Diarrhoea Ileroedy In many instances and told him to take pay for car-Â¬ the attack may be prevented Ly taking riage out of tho bottle and he tho mail this remedy as soon as the first symptoms carrlor took it He was talking about of the disease appear 25 and SO cent suing tho carrier for stealage but some Â¬ bottles for sale by A II FJsho r Clover body cried Church I church II and pert Ky and Klncheloo Board Har he was mute You see the carrlor dlneburg Ky in tho didnt leave enough bottle to break tho spell If somebody SIROCCO dont introduce a remedy soon with a that name about the slzo of James Welch is cropping with D S man will never get to heaven He is a Neafus He can tit regular spitting machine Miss Mamie Itorrymana school la pre on one side of the church and spit oa the greesiBg nicely opposite wall When he was sexton he The colored school on Proepctt Hill ued to kneel down with the rest ef the closed the 3id inet congrenatien when prayers were being Mrs O II Mergan vieited her mother offered aa though hto thoughts were centered on heavenly things but be afewdajalaetweek gWulsally elevate hie head till he Doc Gray of CMk Grove k atteadlBg would got be exact bearing and elevatloa oa Prof SbaekjeUs school Uardlaabarg tbe yoasg folks that didnt choose to kaal and look through hU fingers at era to aee if they were mtebehaviag aad Hthey failed to wear a grave yard ex preoaloa oa tbelr faeea lie would threaUa em with the grand jury The ehareh taa W OaaUria WtM Immw Mta baa Wen temporising with bias for two years but the An t thing b know b woatbaia Jt Wbaa be depart UtSa Jfak IL m X nts V the Walter l mains -- GIUNDtiST ANI BEST SHOWS ON EARTH Three Ring Circus Elevated Stages Real Roman Hippodrome Wild Moorish Caravan One Thousand People Three Hundred Horses A Herd of Elephants A Peculiar Case Olympian Sports and Past times of the Ancient Ages Ten Kinds of Music A Drove of Camels Six Score of Circus Acts 5 The CONTINENT Greatest MENAGERES Appearing twico daily HoodsssCures unhar Â¬ un- Â¬ of all Circus nessed and Features A monster Lion hindered in full view of tho n mazed multituÂ¬ that nctually rides an Arabian Bteod and per- Â¬ forms feats most astounding 3 10000 MAGNIFICENT FREE STREET PARADE DAILY AT 10 A M More than n mile of glittering golden bewildering sights Positively tho grandest display since the dajs of Triumphal entry Into Rome Its worth coming miles to Bee an 1 takes placo rain or shine Future WflSE Omnium jLJr des This greatest of all Circus features can only bo seen with these great shows i Â¬ Carzars Capt Pierre Perier Another exclusivo featuro with theso Great awful exhibition given Shows Is tho truly by this famous Frenchman who was for years chief of all tho Fire Departments of 1arls Franco Ho nctually mounts to the topmost pinnacle of a tower lOOfcethigh and leaps back Â¬ wards through spaco into his patont life saving net His performance takes place on tho show grounds dally at 10S0 a m and 030 p in nnd is FKKE TO ALL SPECIAL NOTICE Those Truly Groat and Moral Shews nro absolutely free from immoral nnd corrupt persons Thero w ill bo no games of chance pick pockits or gamblers permitted on or near the show grounds fifffpii EKRON This enormous amusement Institution will exhibit in nil Its vast entirety forONi DAY ONLY nnd giving two complete exhibitions nt 2 and 8 p m in buzz-z-z-z-z-- z 16 CL07EEP0ET TUESDAY APHIL 16 I Â¬ PRESTON Tho unpleasantness between China and Japan which wo read so much of has caused many to give tlmo nud thought to tho peculiarities and customs of these pcoplo The Chlneso who havo shown their inability to light havo a queer language Tho sounds in tho Chlneso language oro not very many some four hundred nnd sixty five nt most and their written languago contains nbout eighty thousand pictures each picture representing a thing or idea And these pictures must bo committed to memory This is hard work and not ovon tho wisest Chinese professor can learn them all But now comes a difliculty For of course where there aro so many words nnd so fow sounds many different words havo to bo called by tho saino sound How then are thoy to toll when soveral different things havo exnetly tho same nauio which of them is meant Wo have such words in our language For Instance there Is Bill the name of n boy nnd bill tho beak of a bird thoie Is billanold weapon and bill a piece of money there Is bill an article of which legislatures debate and bill a claim for navment of money besides bills of ex change bills of lading and so forth But Chinese written languago Is full ot such words of a single syllable So they chose a number of little pictures and agreed that theso should bo used as keys to their languago Each key meant that tho siun or signs near which it stood bo longed to some large general set of things liko things of the vegetable animal or mineral kingdom forests mines seas air water or of persons like gods or man But there Chlneso writing stopped short thousands of years ago and thero it is to day There arc now two hundred and fourteen o theso keys and by intense application Chinamen learn td ute their method with surprising quick ness nnd succcrs Birocco I dont know that it Is my put in but really I dont think you did Just right in attacking the Leader eo rashly I happen to know something ot the editorial staffof that papor ind I am confident that they were acting under mlsadvice and are not half so black as you paint them You seem to think that your mission in life is to wage con- Â¬ tinual warfare You are always wanting to null somebodys wool and inako the fur fly Butjwhaw we wouldnt have any tun If it wasnt for Sirocco but should die of stagnation Dr Bells line Tar Honoy Is from all other cough reuiedits FACTS Do not sitv It canunder reasonable condition week not be done until you lend for free 1 20 p lire DRAUGH TONS PHACTICAL catalogue Mrs J D Roberts is on tho sick list nUSIN I SS COLLEGE and School ol hhoit this week hand lyiwwrlUnir and Iclenraphv ASIIVllll1iN Brand- Â¬ Miss Mamie Dauherty went to 4 WEEKS by DratiRhtona method ot Uaih Ini bookkicplng la equal to 12 WEEKS by enburg shopping Tuesday old method more money In the Interest or lt Z T Cox agent for tho Texas went It Hmployient Dipartmint than half th- - butineta to Stephensport Saturday night It la the aouth take In ai tuition colleei ndorscd b Merchants and Mrs J T Jones went to Louisvillo itrongl book keeper Hunkers tho United states over radical rteasuuable rates of ull Cheap board tuition Tuesday returning Tuesday night 6oo students past year sexes Louisvillo Thurs Â¬ Open to both36 States and territories E C Board went to It has rtpreicntlntr also prepared books for day to soil his tobacco ho had shipped STUDY HOME When von write explain W J Wricht shipped a car load of sent on 60 days trial Address J F Drauqhon Prest your wants wheat to tho Irvington Milling Co Fri Â¬ Nashville Term Jinking gardens is nlf tho go here this POSITIONS GUARNTEED eidi day S J Brown has the frame of his Btoro Mr Theo James Is doing houso up N It It pays cash f 5 for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc rcporUd provided It fills same Â¬ the osrponter work Miss Allon of Garrett wns visiting her sister Friday Miss Rosla Allen who is attending school hero Quito a hail storm struck this town Monday evening Hail stones full as larco ns partridgo ergs Mrs rA T Cox wont to Stephensport Thursday to visit Mr Coxs father nnd mother returning Sunday evening Mr J W Browns littlo baby died with whooplnc cough Tuesday and was buried at Solum church Wednesday Miss Lona Wlllett of Grovoland was tho guest of her brother Dr Willett Friday night nnd attended tho lltorary Mrs A M Hardin Mrs Eliza Robert Â¬ son and Mrs Gibson of Lodlburg at- Â¬ tended tho funeral of Mr J W Browns baby Wednesday Richardson Frymlre are shipping a cood number of fruit trees this spring It seems tho farmers havo soma hopo of Tho prospect for fruit with fruit yet tho excontion of peaches was never bet- Â¬ ter in this vicinity TABLERSDII V BUCKEYE iCURES A SURE llllll OINTMENT NOTHING PUT PILES and CERTAIN CURE IR vnnrn n tho I BEST REMEDY fcr PILES Lnniun 4nr rrefirttlTSICIIABSSOU KID BOIn I1Y AM IIStUMOISTS CO ST L0UI3 BANK HAEDINSBURG Capital Stock 125 000 Surplus 7 600 F BKAKD Frtildent WILL MILLBR Vloe Preitdsnt M II BEARD CaiMtr C School Children will eat sweetmeats and you cant prevent it Tho first you know of it there is a headache OW MORRIS KSKRIDUK R M JOLLT BEARD - -- Dlra ton INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS QWy the child is bilious The first of American News- Â¬ and something must be done papers CHARLES A 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fiRTAIN A TATKNTt for a w The Sunday Sun la the greatest Susxky Newspaper ia the Price 5o a copy world By mail 2 a year AddreaaTlIU SVtS New York SMX1M ttroiif It tBVMMAr This stlscittit JMfr r Im astir illointi kaa hr fcr lit mInWi wwk m IM Mfai ajnuutiofe of fMt MVtU NtiaSsLisvonAtlr ltH MM hi y lOVumjSu Huim rUMkU is sfton oirtXSntmusUW W WOMEN IN DOUBT TJMU ov nii ens 11 l PEN1SVROYAL WAFERS ryLLJf V THEX BRROKfeKIDG MWg GLOVKHbnl Your correspondent of Brandenburg wauls to know wheto In Breckenridge county Is Dukes Dukes is in the up per edge of Hancock county There will bo preaching tho second Satunlay night nnd Sunday at half past ten oclock in April by Rev A F Dad Ismail nt tho Presbyterian church John Shaw wliilo plotnihtng his gar Â¬ den Friday his horse became frightened at a board blown from a louso nnd ran away dragging him through somo briers skinning one of his legs right badly and breaking ono of his fingers Tom McGavock put his road in good condition and went to Hawcsvillo Friday and gavo up his road order Clinrley Campboll will be tho supcrvfeor for tho next two years In each and overy mouth sinco tlio now tariff laws went into effect from 2000 up to 0085 moro lnvoIc s of for- Â¬ eign goods entered at the New York custom house than there wero beforo that period There is this difference between those two temporal blessings health and money money is tho most envied but thd least enjoyed health 1b the most en jo ed but the li ast envied The poorest man would not part with his health for money a rich man would give nil of his money for health KV IN THIS COUNTY Utm vk7 W43mrlT4 tfujn rn w r OPvAiGhTISS IT MCAiCAM Mt4J ASSOCIATION nbio to savo her Tull lilm tho colo that I offered nol loworod his voice to attempt to do so taking ruin upon myself but sho would not accept tho sacriflou lo there is no time to loso When tho sun rlsm it will bo too late rrtcd tho man iu Oh colonol agony thero Is so little llinol Wo Uol It Is not yet 10 oclock havo six hours Tho corpoial was moving nwayvhen tho colonel stopped lilm You will need tlio touutorsf gn Itatigan returned and tho colonel Carnifax whispered it in his car Ferry Ho lost no timo hi throwing himsolf from lilt horso and wns led forward Ho must bo Tlio air became warmer In nn Inclwure Tlio baudago wns taken THE BEST COMBINED STALLION1 b CHAPTER XVL you shall not die Scarcoly had tfio court martini brought in n verdict when nn order nuio to Colonol Mnyimril to movo his brigade ncross tho Clilcknmnugn crook by wny of Dyers bridgo to bo ready early tho following day to inako a rcconnoissanco beyond tho Ilgcon mountains Ho ordered art ambulauco for his prlsonor to rido in bIuco ho hnd no option but to tako hor with lilm Tho tlistnnco to bo travorsod was but n fow miles and al though it was nearly suusot beforo tho command broko camp it was baroly dark vrhon tho touts woro pitched in tho now Luckily a houso was found situation for tho rccoption of tho prisoner and tho hoadqunrters of tho colonel com manding wcro established noar it As soon as Maynnrds tent was pitch ed ho went inside and shut himself up from every ono Tho matter of tho life in his keeping his ilcslro to nave his prisouor tho impossibility of ills doing bo except by botraying his trust and con niving at her escape wcro woighing ter ribly npon him A despcrato strugglo between his duty a an ofllcor aud his ropulblon at carrying out a sentenco upon n woman which had onco been passed upon himself was driving him well nigh distracted Ono thing was certain ho could not savo Jliss Baggs without sacrificing himsolf Ho was roady to Bacriflco himself if ho could do Ho might oven consider bo honorably tho mattor of doing that which ho had no right to do but slued tho dovil may caro days of his scouting a now world had opened to him which mado tho htrugglo moro complicated than it would then havo been Ho had n wifo whom ho loved dovotcdly and any obloquy ho might tako upon himself nn 1 lw shared that if ho by her and his son Ho ki could conceivo it to bo hi duty or if ho could mnko up his mind without tho approval of his conscieuco to connivo nt tho prisoners escape ho would havo a fair chaneo of success Ho was charg ed with tho execution and this would On givo him power over her pcrhon tho other Vnd hucli a violation of trust was too horrible oven for consideration and if ho did not bo regard it tho penalty ho must suffer disgraco if not death would well nigh kill his wifo For a long whllo ho rovolvcd theso con siderations in his mind and at last camo to a decision Ho would huffcr tho tor turo of carrying oat tho sentence Ho would do his duty to his country his wifo and his sen Ho had scarcely arrivod at this decision when n mesago camo from tho prlsonor asking to seo him Tho racking of his wholo naturo which had been partially allayed by his decision camo back to him with tho summons Ho dreaded an iutorviow Ho folt that tho resolution ho had formed was of too littlo inherent strength to warrant placing himself But his under so great a temptation memory took him back to tho jail in which ho had been confined on tho uvo of his own intended execution at Chattanooga aud ho thought how ho would havo regarded any ono who would refuse him such a request at such a time Ho got up and walked over to tho houso whero tho prisoner was confined Ho paused a fuw moments beforo en tering in order to collect himself then walked slowly up tho stops Tho guard stood at attention and brought his piece to n prosent but Maynard did not seo him did not return his saluto Ho open ed tlio door entered tho house and in a fow minutes was in a room in which Sho was tho prisoner was confined standing by a window As ho ontored sho turned aud stood with her hands hanging clasped boforo her hor sorrow ful eyes fixed steadily upon him I sho said Colonol Maynard havo sent for you to ask you to dolivor my last messages I onco mot you in tho houso of ono who is dear to you There I received shelter from tho storm which raged without but which was nothing to mo beside another evil that threatened mo I was soro pressed and iu great danger of capture Tho women in that house an elderly lady n young girl who visited thero and your wifo took mo in at n great risk to them solves Your wifo certainly hnd much at stake for your honor might bo in1 havo sent for you now to ask volved you to say to them that 1 havo treasured their rouibmbraueo aud their kindness to ma Sho waited a moment for him to no cept tho trust She might havo waited till tho crack of doom without n reply Ho had no power to utter a word Ho simply bowed I desiro also to intrust this kcopsako to you to bo sent to my brother Sho took a lockot from about hor nock and helJ it up boforo him On it was painted n miniature of a young man in tho uniform of a Confederate olllcer Maynard looked at it aud started back with a cry as if pierced with a redhot iron He ho is My brother Oh Clodl Ho stnggorcd to tho Wall and loaned against it shlvoriiig You know him colonol Thero is no necessity for deceit now I havo long known tho siiigular circumstances that surround you and him that you both loved tho samo woman that yon won And that twice twieo ho gavo mo my life Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eut with a resolution ho had mndo tho moment beforo they wcro uttered He hnd on tho instant reversed his decision mado not ten minutes boforo to do his duty in tho ordinary acceptance of what that duty was Ho had determined to save tho woman beforo him ovon It it wero ncctwary to tako Upon himsolf far greater Ignominy than tho death to which sho was sentenced Thero was si lcnco between them during which Miss Fitz Hugh stood looking at him in ad Sho miration mingled with inquiry know that somo secret charm was at work within butshodid uot know what it was Howcan my death bo proventcd J am chargrd with your execution 1 will tako you to yonr lines myself this night What was that sibtlo influence far stronger than battal ons of Infantry or batteries of nrtlllerj which gavo it to ono not present uncoiiselons of his pow r to hold Mark Mnynard over a prod pico and to cast him into n black gulf below Was it circumstances that had year beforo led Fitz Hugh to accept tho very part Maynard was now called Was it lovo that had upon to play given Maynard tho brido Fitz Hugh was Was it somo invisi to havo possessed ble fiend that had mado Maynard n rob ber of that biidu from tho man towhom ho twieo owed his llfo and was now Theso bringing on his punishment wcro indirect causes but thoy cannot fxplain that inexpressible intanglblo sense of honor which will load a man to speak paradoxically to commit a orimo aud saerifieo himsolf at tho samo timo for another Tho expression on Miss Fitz Hughs face ns sho heard Maynard speak words which would savo her from death and glvo her liberty underwent a change For a moment after they wcro spoken thero was n delighted look but as she realized what they meant to tho man who would savo her It was transformed into an expression which can only hi described as bordering on tho confines Thero was a holy look of angol land in her eyes n radiance of purity from tho soul expressed in every featuro Thero was tho superhuman attribute of choosing death beforo life and liberty at tho prico of wrong cannot No colonel wo Fitz Th accept saerifieo nnd especially wrong Wo give wo nro not ac from others customed to receive Maynard stood gazing at her with a look as if in refusing tho saerifieo sho had stabbed him What then ho paid at last can 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ CHAPTER XVII Tho oxtremo loft of tho Army of lio Cumberland from which Corporal Rat lgau started to go through the lines was hold only by cavalry aud mounted infantry and theso widely separated Thero was no regular picket lino such as usually exists between armies confronting each other whero tho different branches of the sorvico nro represented Consequently in ono continuous lino tho corporal had a far better chaneo to got through than undor ordinary circumstances Passing over tho Pea Vino ridge ho descendod tho other sido sloping to a small stroam called Pea Vino creek It was csscitial that ho slip through bo twecu tho Union vedettes nusocn for if observed ho would bo taken for a do sorter and either shot or sent in to tho headquarters of his regiment Tho vo dettcs woro principally on the roads and tho corporal bolioving that thoy would bo looking for nn enemy on routes over which cavalry could best advanco selected ono least advantageous for a horse to follow Wherever ho could find a thick clump of trees or low growth a knoll a ravino iudoed any Â¬ thing difficult for n horso to pass ho would go over or through it Now ho would stop to listen for somo Bound such ns n horso is liablo to make aud now would steal on his hands aud knees or crawl on his belly over somo emlnonco whero if ho should stand upright his body would inako a silhouotto against tho sky On crossing n bit of lovol ground ho suddenly hoard a horsos Ho was near a clump of splutter bushes in which ho lost no timo in con- Â¬ cealing himsolf A cavalryman rodo by within CO feet of him walking his horse slowly tho butt of his carbiuo resting on his right log and in u position to bo used readily Ho was patrolling n beat Ratigan waited till ho had gono past then darted onward to trees which from their irregular lino ho judgod grow besido tho crock Ho was not disappointed aud was soon standing in shallow water resting for n few minutos undor n low bank Onco past tho creek ho felt that one half his danger was ended Ho had doubtloss got beyond tho rango of his own comrades and now came n great danger of mcoting tho Confoderato pickets Leaving tho creok ho ascended a slight omlncuco and made a survey of tho surrounding country All was silent oxcept that ho could hear an occasional sound like a distant burst of laughter or a shout from tho direction Presently ho of Ringold in his front heard tho unmistakable rumblo of a train coming from tho south It will pass right down thero be hind that clump of trees and go through Oi wonder tho cut said tho corporal wouldut it bo a good plan to tnko ad vantage of its noiso whon it passes to slip through tho outposts Theyll bo thiukiu ot tho train and Oi can follow in its wako Ho advanced cautiously to tho trees besido tho track and waited for tho train Presently tho headlight of a loco motivo shot out from around a curve Tho corporal hnd forgottcii that its light would roveal him to tho engineer Ho crouched down out of sight with u high beating heart aud nouo too soon for had ho staid whero ho was tho light would havo sliouo directly on him Ho waited whilo tho engino puffed slowly by It was drawing a long train of mixed passeugcr cattlo and platform cars every car crowded with troops Thoyro proparin to give us a brush in earnest Liko enough those nro mutterod the corporal Ratigan determined to follow tho railroad north to Ringold which ho judged to bo only n milo distant Tho train loaded with Confederate troops having just passed tho guards fio might meet would probably not bo very suspicions Ho walked on tho track of nn ouomy for a short distance expecting a obal longo with every step Ho received ono suddenly just beforo entering a wood A man on horsoback aimed a carbiuo at him aud gavo tho customary Who comes thar Ratigan nt onco throw up his hands which his challenger could distinctly see and cried out I want yo to tako mo to Colonel Fitz Hugh What do you want with him Doyo know him Ho commands n regiment iu our bri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ from his rye Ho was stnudlng in n tent lighted by n candlo flxjd to tho end of n stake driven into tho ground Thero was but ono other person present a Confederate IIu was a tall slender young officer man with long black hair n mustacho nnd goatee and an cyo honest respect inspiring and With nil tho gontlencss of n womans nskct Aro yo Colonel Fitz Ilugh tho corpornl making n saluto as if in presence of nn officer bf his own sido 01 havo n messago fromyor sister Colonol Fitz Hugh turned ashy pale No ono could como to him from hor without striking terror Into him for ho know tho work in which slid was engag ed For months ho had lived in dread Â¬ HATIOANS MISSION Ism tkl - j tm B WtsB THE WELL KNOWN STALLION ot her capture If tho messcngor had been n citizen or a Confoderato soldier it might not speak so clearly of danger but coming from a Ynnkco trooper quick reasoning told him that sho had doubtless mot with disaster TO UK CONTINUED Harry Wilkes Jr Hardinsburg Will make the present at my farm and at m The Discovery Saved Hit Life Mr G Caillouettc Druggist lleavers To Dr Kings New vllleIll says Was taken Discovery I owo my llfo with La Grippe and tried all the physi- Â¬ DEAR IX MINI cians for miles about but of no nvall and was given up and told I could not live That sllenco is the best euro for anger Having Dr Kintsa New Discovery in my If you say nothing you will havo noth- Â¬ store I sent for a bottle nnd began its ing to unsay use and from the first dose began to get That real fidelity may be rare but it better nnd after using three bottles was exists in the heart They only deny its up and about again It is worth its worth and power who never loved a weight in gold We Wont keep store or friend nor labored to make a friend hap- Get a freo trial at A py- houso without it R Fishers drug store That this is one of tho most important lessons that can bo taught a child that DUKES concealment of truth is often qulto as NWave Rico will soon havo his new resi bad as the most malicious falsehood Â¬ Hardiusurg April 12th and 13th 15th and 16th and return each 9th day It costs no more to raise a fine horse than it does to raise a common one and when offered for sale the well bred one is much easier sold and at a far better price Wilkes is 16 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs- r i i f mm o tp oervice iee reaucea irom iiuin to qpiu to in- sure a living colt Clubs of eight or ten for 8 -- Ilolts Bottom M 1 T do Send tho news of my condition of sho shuddered at pro my expected nouncing tho word execution to our Knowing that I am condemned Hues they can bring what iufiuenco they may Â¬ be ublo to savo mo It will avnil nothing Try it Fato hick Provideneo works strangely at times Let us push on and leavo the rest to n higher power The colonel looked nt his watch It Is now half past 0 Wo aro but a fow miles f lom tho Confederate linos Your brothor is s cavalry division nnd on In tho Confoderato right I heard from him only a fow days ago Ho was then alltingold That is not far from hero Thero may bo timo sho said hopo fully Somo ono must steal through the lines If uot shot ho may accomplish something Iu half an hour I shall bo You Yes II I will not trust this only thread on which your lifo hangs to any ono elso though I confess ho added gloomily I havo no confidenco in it No colonel I cannot ncccpt this from you You aro tho commander here and aro all that stands botwecu mo and death You must remain hero and seud a mossongor Who would I daro Intrust with such a message Send for tho man who captured me Corporal Ratlgau Let lilm bear the message He Tho colonel looked at her a moment as if to question why this man should bo so trusted but her oyos woro lower Ho know thero was a secret which ed it did not beconio him to pry in a I will send him if ho can bo fouud at once If not I will go myself And if tho mission falls Tho words wero not finished for ho well know how procious time was nnd turning from tho room and tho houso Â¬ dence completed Born to tho wife of J J Burnett March 2ith a girl Oh how wo welcome these beautiful days after such a terrible winter Mr and Mrs James Roland spent Sun- Â¬ day with Mr and Mrs Hank Burnett Farmers have done but little yet in the wny of ploughing and sowing oats Mr S B Burnett and wifo wero the guests of II B and Maggie Roberts Sup day The post ofilco isnlHajs crowded tho day the News arrive everybody loves to read it Miss Lulu Wood has gone to spend the summer with tier brother near Princeton The estimated cost of both sides of the great civil war in tills country was f 0 300000000 Mr John Duke had a good cow to die Friday He had refused to take 30 for her awhile back Marion Campbell ia shedding his stable and making things look very city like o i Main street The man who tells all his troubles Is one of tho troubles of all the other people whom ho meets Dukes is strictly a local option town the people around it wont drink coffee without essence in ir Mrs Frances Jarboe and little daugh- Â¬ ter Nannie and Mrs Lou Jarboe visited Mr Wm Jarboe Sunday Willis Clark is erecting a new resi- Â¬ dence His brother Hal Clark will occupy it this coming year Josoph SIpes left our neighborhood We understand that he has Saturday moved down in the bottom Mr Charles Knnpp who has been boarding at Lafe Newberrys for somo time left for Ball town Friday Mrs Jennio Collins aud her two littlo children of Livermore aro visiting her parents Mr and Mr Woods Mrs Laura Burnett and Mrs Martha Uurnetl were the gu sts ol their mother-in-laMrs Sara Burut tt Friday Mr Gideon Algood of Daviess county passed through Dukes Saturday on his way homo from Breckenridge county The farmer may have to let his cattle starve for the want of grain but the whiskey mill will keep going nil the Â¬ w samo gado strodo rapidly toward his tonfc Ho had gono but n dozen paces beforo ho heard somo ouo call Colonol Ho did not hoar Tho call was re Â¬ peated Coloncll A man npproaohed him whom in tho darkness ho did not recognize tho man Is thero no hopo colonol asked in a choked voice Who aro you point Tho man who captured her ing to tho houso OlU nover draw sa ber ngaln Corporal Itatigan Â¬ Â¬ Tho samo Seeing that tho corporal held his hands nbovo his head tho man permitted him to draw near Onco hore Ratignn informed him of tho naturo of his mis Biou and begged him for Colonel Fitz Hughs sake to scud lilm to Ringold at once Tho vedetto was convinced from Ratigaus earnestness that ho boro n message of importance nnd calling his comrades ordered ono of them to dis mount Then taking tho precaution to blindfold tho stranger ho mounted him and placing a horseman on either sido of him sent tho three clattering toward Ringold It was not a long distance to tho town but nil distances all periods of waiting seemed long to tho corporal Was Lot tho terrible event to tnko placo nt Btnriso And now it must bo near Â¬ n Ah ho uovur told you that roplicd Maynard a kind of wondor In his tones When at Mrs Fains plantation I discovered under whoso roof I was sheltered Your wifo had nover seen mo and I determined that it would bo best for all that I should not moko myself knowu Maynard stood in amazement at theso developments iu horror at tho situa tion aa bo now kijow it to be And yon are tho sister of Cameron Fitz Hugh I am I am Carollno FiU Hugh You shall not die When Colonel Maynard spoko thoso yrorda thero was it graudoor in his touo his figure tho Jinoa of his cosatonance the light iu his eyo strangely incotMlBt- Â¬ Â¬ Thathonovcrtoldmo This is fortunate Come with mo What ia tho timo ho asked of his Tho two started together to a thicket conductor wherein thoy would noitherba observed Twonty minutes to 11 nor hoard Lots go faster Colouol Fitz Hugh Oim hnngin round yosco colonol would bo as anxious for mo to got on ns Olm away front camp withputjeavo 01 Oi am mcself if ho kuqw mo errand hopo thoyll Bhootmo for ndesorter All right Lots light out Poto Colonel Moymird dd not speak till And Ratigan felt tho motion of a gallop thoyroachod tho thicket Thotdttrn in tho horso ho rodo Aud now camo lug aud facing Ratlgau hovsaid ear a Halt from n guard and an answer nestly followed by Advanco and glvo tho You would llku to savo her would countersign Ono of tho men goes for you nott ward for tho purpose Then tho party Qod knows I would goes ou again but what thoy pass or Then go tp tho picket line and got whero thoy aro going Ratignn knows through miobsorvod if pcwlbla Go to nothing about Ho only knows that Hlugold and find a Confederate officer thoy aro moving and that thoy aro uot Cameron Fitz Hugh if Ito la thera moving fast enough to suit him Pres roll hliuthat iia sUtw Is condemned to ently they stop nnd tho corporal can hear one of tho men dismount Thoro is bo ihot at sunrifttt tomorrow morning A stroke of a clock evidently front a Bay that Colonel Mark Maynard Send him this information that ho may bm church spire IIu counted One two whatever influence lip posseMcn take three and on to cloven t I any measures Ito may consider honor- Dismouut Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ midnight Mr Jack Smiley wife and daughter Florence spent Saturday wight withlier parents Mr and Mrs Henry Ray Clo verport Robert Terrell while on tho road to Cloverport with a load of tobacco Ion day had ono of his horses to fall deal near this place Ed Tindlo left for Lexington last Fri Â¬ day I presume to take up his trado as barber IM is a good hand with the razor and scissors We aro glad indeed to know that Mrs Angellno Tindlo who has been sick so long isable onco moro to be out and vis- Â¬ iting her neighbors The fire destroyed about a hundred panels of fenco for Henry Pa to Friday People should be very careful about fire this windy weather GARFIELD Mr Finloy Burnett went to Daviess county Saturday It takes worse than a Quite a number from this placo took snow storm to stop Finley when he In tho excursion Saturday mak s up his mind The school at this placetaught by Miss Kattie Boardls progressing nicely rw V Miss Nannlo Board spent last week visiting friends and relatives at Hardins burg J II Moredock says he admlrs the widows tlio most of all especially the Wo Offer You a Remedy Which Bell Insure Safety to Life of Miss Laura Sipes spent Friday with Mother and Child Mrs Bob Bell and took in the excursion Saturday The good people of this place will or Robs Confinement of Its Pain ganise a Sunday School at Pleasant Horror and Risk Groye soon Mr Bell and wife of HardiBaburjr After usIb one bottle ot MMtri ither Saturday werethe guests rriffld 1 auflerea but tUe pain ami dht noloxperltnofl tbat weakMM aftarward and Sunday usutt fa sue mm Hh AKMii The truth the whole truth and nothing but tho truth is a part of tho oath ad- Â¬ ministered to witnesses If young minds Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting could bo duly and deeply impressed with Respectfully the impottance of absolute sincerity and patronage I am truthfulness in all respect much trouble would bo spared in after life and many a heartache might be avoided Do all the good you can in all tho ways The Macy Brothers of Hardinsburg you can Normal College spent Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day at home Every person big littlo old or young Correctly weekly by Pumphrey Laufer Miss Minnie Roes after a two weeks dace Commission Merchants jjo Second St Pro bet black or white rich or poor who lias and relatives at Web- Â¬ Main and Market Louisville Ky ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ visit witli friends Sunday nounce it the best cough and lung rem- Â¬ ster returned home A A Richardson has got very gay guar- Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so wo LOUISVILLE KT April 9 1695 antee Forsalo by Short HayncsClov hero of late out riding with tho young Shippers should mark all packkgei plainly erportDr R II McMullin McDaniels ladies when they como to town shopping with shipper name and post ofBe address M Meyer Co Buras Geo Hoyser Mies Lola Norton was in town shop- Â¬ BUTTER 14 IS Constantinej A Taylor Rosetta Drury ping Wednesday It iffBtrango why Miss Choice country Medium 6 8 Bjnnett Co Bowleyville Kyj W E Lola is bujing so much quilt lining and Creamery 20 EOQS Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols carpet chain here of late 11 Fresh Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Albert Richardson of Richmond Ky BEAMS Ky to 22 6 made his brother A A Richardson a Michigan hand ptoked 1 76 to J 00 ndana Nary Call again Mr Albert Old or Common and colored visit last week Convention Call 1 00 to 1 20 our town and FEATUERB At a meeting of the Democratic State wo liko lively boys in 36 38 big Bud will Trlme white goose- Executive and Central Committees in if you dont mind your Mixed 25 30 beat your time down the road IS 0 tO Old Louisville Ky February 13 1895 It was No 1 duck 00 25 Miss Eula Richardson has just returned Resolved That on Juno 15 there be HIDES from the city where sho has been for the Green yood Â¬ held at each voting precinct at tho regS 4Ji VA ular voting place in each county and last two weeks learning the millinery Dry Gait good 7 9 Dry legislative district a convention of the trade Sho will open up her goods this Sheepflint good 20 skins 40 Democratic voters thereof at 2 oclock week at A A Richardsons All are POULTRY Hens per lb 7 1A p m to select delegates to a county or especially invited to give hor a call Duck 8 7 legislative district convention to bo held 6 Stf Some folks will think that Dr Bells Turkeys alive Turkeys dressed T0 at the county seat except that in cour Pine Tar Honev is no better than the DRIED AND tiesand cities composed of more than common cough remedies until they try Apples choice APPLKrfquarters PEACH Ea to bright one legislative district tlio delegates it Then thoy will know for themselves Apples average to S Apples old shall meet at some place to be designated that its the best on earth For sale by Peaches new 4 to S by tho respective legislative district Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R Peaches old committees on Monday June 17 at 2 II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer WOOL 21 oclock p in and at said county and Co Buras Geo Hoyser Gonstantlne Tab washed 21J Orease flue 18 IS district conventions delegates shall bd A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Orease coarse 13 IS chosen to represent said counties and Co Bowleyville Ky W E Brown Irv- Â¬ Merino 10 12 Barry and Cots legislative districts in a State Convention lngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield 0GU MISCELLANEOUS to be held at Louisville on Tuesday Tallow A R Morris Big Spring Ky va Ky Beeswax 25 June 2a at 12 oclock SO Sorghum Molasses 35 of representation on the The basis GUSTON HAY ORAIN PEED part of each precinct to said county and We Mrs II Bell of this vicinity was in wharfiquote prloai to day on Louisville city legislative district conventions shall be OATS one delegate for each fifty votes cost for town Wednesday shopping 32 30 Miss Sue Anderson of HayBville was No 2 oats tho Democratic electors at the President- Â¬ HAY visiting friends In town Friday ial election of 189 J and also one dele Â¬ 10 50 Strictly cholc 13 00 11 00 Airs Fliza Bandy of tho Haysvllle Choice No 3 12 00 gate for each fraction over twenty live Good Medium 10 00 11 00 was in town Thursday votes so cast provided however that nelghborlioo Good Bright Straw 60 4 JAr and Mrs John Livers of Meade such precincts as cast less than twenty CORN county visited relatlvts hero Wednes- Â¬ Choice whit Â¬ five votes for said electors shall bo enti42 day Choke shelled a 48 tled to bno delegate CATTLE Mrs Stanley Smith was the guest of The basis of representation to the Good to extra shipping- 4 00 4 25 3 60 State Convention from counties and leg- Mrs Cook and daughter Mrs PIckerol Light shipping 3 75 Best Buteber 3 05 340 islative districts shall be ono delegate Thursday 3 26 3 00 Dr A Baxter wife and littlo daughter Medium to good butchers for overy 200 yotea and each fraction nods over 100 votes for the Democratic elec- Â¬ Elsie wore guests of Mrs Kato Cliilds Choice packing and butchers4 90 5 00 Sunday afternoon 4 85 Fair to good 4 V0 tors at the Presidential olection in 1802 0 50 6 76 Mrs F Loeb of Vino Grove who has Rough provided however that such counties ShoaU and pigs 100 lbs and under4 76 6 00 as cast 100 votes or less for said electors been visiting her daughter MrsSLoeb SHEEP Good to extra shipping 2 25 2 00 at said election shall be entitled to one returned home Friday 2 60 2 75 Ernest Hardaway ono of the N N A Fair to good delegate LAMBS M Vs best firemen visited his parents Good to extra spring 60 4 4 75 at Bewleyvillo Tuesday Fair to good 2 60 4 00 Tho way to cure a cough is to stop the Mrs J It Baskett and little sons coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey BaVld and Clyde spent several days last cuts loose tho mucous heals tho lungs week at Mr Henry Browns near here Louisville St Louis Texas Hi R Co and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip Mrs Geo II Anderson entertained cough in one night For sale by Short last week in honor of her aunt Mrs 0 1 Richardson and daughter Miss Eva HaynesCloverport Dr R II McMul- Â¬ 3STO and her sister Mrs Adelia Craycroft and McDaniels M Moyer Co Buras daughter lin A Taylor Geo Hoyser Constantino Miss Clara Adklsson left Tuesday for Rosetta Drury Bennett 5c Co Bowley- Â¬ Elirabethtown to attend the funeral of her Taking IStfccf cousin Mrs Julia Hill who died recent- Â¬ ville Ky W E Brown IrylngtonKy at Denver Col From Elizibethtown Die 30189 olkk AK Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A II ly will go to Louisville to purchase her At sue Morris Big Spring Ky stock of millinery for tho Bpringand summer Wtit Bound TraUt Bait Bound Tratn C L HAWKINS 4 M J i ti ii ii 1 Â¬ -- 1 TIME SCHEDULE m uiij 2i J jfl PENNYROYAL WAFERS UdlV ipeclAo monthly to rMtorj mkI reffuUt A JAMOfUbU prc4ulnff fro bdtfiy an4 pfcloUu fio tcufi wr iwm on j by jW WrWVWn proodi Wow lnvlffoifcUi OOMUMi wlttUMfcff otmm Bur of your dukt fern our ilgnaturo only rodioln for th raQM Mall Dally Kiprs Dally STATIONS Mail M Kiprs Kipr Dally M K ul Pally aeruM mom wttb ATOldlUtKuU4 fetU4 Mothers Mothers Frlerid For sale by CHAS C MARTIN y raetlcal Dri agist West 1olnt 11 Howard Rock Haven tang- - Branch Hrandenbure 118 Kkion it Ouatoo Irvlsfcto Dta r Kentucky Si ft 1 00pm li iSifm BIO 7 36 V liir Uli 1106 1069 WS7 m dm 630 614 35 M 4 1 -- 4a g CLQVKHPORT KY Branch Li SI L L T IVy FordsYlMe Ladlbarir WrtWr Prri n WOft TIME TABLE N 24 Dally ex Sua No I SteaaeaxfWft SH 4 TAKING etc bun1 EFFECT West Bound Train Dally 3Q DEO 189L Bast Bound TraUt Addiwa Holt Clbvciaert Shoas No5 UaTIT a Son i Uixter Springs Kaa lm uW 8it okia 8r I Nol STATIONS lv lnlajjteaAr 938ts uartxia Harne4 IiMy llardfasfcurg nsut No Brnj e it JikHlB Hawvill rakea Cayee uu 9ff si si 5 34 - m 3 1 4ft iS 11 IWft4Be r Lrftfot Power Fata Owesxtuwa IS jrgFnllrMtltrBmMMTMlitar prix bf U tMM Children Cry for VHtotorVOsMrtAHst t lUUtflMUfhly EST AFai4Lvi I Wi neai tWuvllU U l 7M 71 1 rHa4ia tS IS IS lStii k 19 mt i t Kf TMm Awarded World Pair ml fciirT ifl tl Earn Board went tp Lonlavillo Monday W N McCoy Irvington la In the fwmrrf1 SHQKJNmiJttm At the scrul nnnuitl meeting of the E worth Iague held in tho Methodist church last Friday evening the following ollkora were elected Prof J II Logan prrsdent Miss Ida Whlto 1st vice presl dent J J Dyer 2nd and John Hum ird vice president Emmett Urvgoiy secre Â¬ tary nnd treasury Tho Lengi o Is now six months old and ts doing n good work and giving the public pome Interexliiig enjoyable religions fnlcrlnlnincntfl The membership Is more than fifty The News dropped In on Herndon Caiter Co tho wholesale commission merchant Louisville Inst week nnd was somewhat set back wlon told by manager II W Herndon that they had just shipped tho day before tn o car loads chickens containing over six thousand hen nnd were shipping that day one car load eggs containing 150 cases to Eastern buyers which wero Bold for jpot cash There goods all como from down in your county and tho shippers get the benefit of our largo eastern trade This Is ono of tho largest commission houses in Louisville and is doing a good busi ness They say thoy owo their success largoly to advoitislng In tho country papers and especially to tho News Their ad appears in unto than seventy five papers in this state and Indlaua Â¬ - t7j QLxOYKRFOKLF KY ANNOUNCEMENT qgrr rrmr m ijj 5 r- - MJBlWS Mljrltost Honors IRVINGTON SW city Roy He nor Louisville was at htme Sunday Miss Alltene Murray went to Louis Â¬ ville Monday For swell lints and bounds go to Mil- Â¬ ler Light foots Jffr Miller ncnt lo Louisville Monday to sell his tobacco Is visiting Mrs Smith of Fordsvillo Mrs Ellslm Collins Born to the wife of T F ftiwyrr a girl March 28 1605 CREAM Mr Marshall and wile Irvlngton went to Louisville Monday MOST PERFECT MADE Wanted 100 bushels of oats apply toÂ¬ A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free day or to morrow SuV9rs from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Mies Logan of Rockport Ind is visit- Â¬ 40 YEARS THE STANDARD ing her brother Prof Logan Notice to Subscribers Mr and Mrs Woods Board from Har- Â¬ The iltle on the label Indicate the time to dlnsburg spent Sunday here which your subscription It paid This tercet both as a receipt tn expiration notice every Boru April 2nd lo tho wife of Geo week Kxamlne the date printed after Tour name on the margin of thla paper and see If it la Polk Toblnsport a fino boy correct If not correct please to let u know If your time hat expired pie Jte renew at once Miss Lucy Frank of Bewloyvllle was tho guest of Mrs Heron Sunday Breckenridge News Mr Robert E Morris of Louisville was in our mldet tho first of the wi ek WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1895 Mrs S D Lloyd of Columbus 0 is visiting her mother Mrs F II Sawyer L00AL BREVITIES Every one should have a new hat for STEPHENSPORT Easter Give Miller Llghtfoot n call Easter eggs and Easter dyes Sulzers Regular services wero held at tho Bap John L Allen agent L N at Loret 8 L Suzr Cannelton was in town ta Ky was visiting his brother W 0 tist church Sunday by the pastor Rev Friday J B Hunt Allen Sunday Tin I us puro apple vinegar at the City Full stock fertilizes genuine Oliver Blck list for Dr Owen has been on the Bakery no is now Chilled plows and repairs nnd double two weeks witn la grippe Perforated stamping done py Mrs J able to bo out shovels Call and cee me C C Lewis 0 Heist James T Jenkins representative of S J Bland Kirk and Joe Bland Irv- Â¬ New iats the latest or Easter wear lngton went to Louisville Monday to tho Central Warehouse Bpent the past Sulzers wcok hero looking after tho Interests of sell their tobacco Go to the City Bakery and get Trilby M Lewis went to Jollys Station his house J cakes Mrs It Vauglian of Louisville after Monday to put in a bid on Miss Bcttio having spent tho winter hero with her Mks Lula Owen went to Louisville Webbs now residence yesterday By going to Miller Lightfoots you son Mr R W Vaughan left for her Easter novelties all kinds for spring will be able to get a now hat for Easter homo Saturday Bro It M Phillips former pastor of wear Sulzers cheaper than ever before F M Mingus of Hardlnsburg was in The Masons of this placo attended a the Christian church atthis point passed the city Saturday big banquet given by tho Owensboro through townFridayen route to his wifes home at Liberty Ind Munsoys Mogszino delivered for ten Lodge last Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Frank C Ferry formerly cei ts Babbage Tho Court of Claims was still wrangling of this port but now of Henderson ppent Miss Nellie Beverley leaves Friday to qver the road tax question at a late hour threo or four days with ma and pa Miller yesterday evening Tuesday visit friends in Owensboro last week and left on Monday for their Mr William Hopper accompanied by home Gents fino black boso llermsdorf i his son Arclioy sailed for his homo in brand for 20cts at Babbagos Doc White our congenial doctor as Wanted at Knights gallery 100 peoplo London England last Monday wo ore all aware Is no musician yet Tho ladies say that Miller and Light nevertheless ho Is a fine catcher of fid Â¬ to bold still and look pleasant letcale shirts in all of the latest de Â¬ foot have tho most beautiful hats and dlers for he can moro than any ono in bonnets in town Come and see for town ceptlug timber Craig signs can now bo seen at Babbagos yoursolf Just in that new and pretty styles of Hows Morgan or town marshal was Mrs R B Pierce has a setting of one footwear Havo you seen it Suzers appointed firo Inspector Inst week dozjn hen eggs which weigh 2 pounds and has already reported a great many Ben Hur will be at Cloverport overy Can any ono in tho poultry business beat flues in bad condition Parties having Saturday during the season J F Cart- Â¬ these in weight bad flues will bo notified to fix them at er Miller Lightfoots lino of hats and onco or abide by tho penalty of tho law Air and 21m J II Rowland expect to bonnent surpasses all their previous Pa lies desiring insurance in and bo domiciled in their new homo this UlT offerings Ladies cannot nfibrd to miss around Hardiusburg would do well to week seeing them Prices to suit all write to R W Vaughn tho hustling Mrs W T Mattingly of Glendeane A J Thompson is a candidate for the agent of the Royal Insurance Company is Jn Louisville under treatment for ber Legislature in Meade county The Hon whose headquarters aro at Stcphensport eyes Gus Richardson Is also reported us will- Â¬ Ky Just recoived a lot of fresh cracknels ing to serve his country in the same ca- Â¬ Shade trees aro an advantage to any and crackers of all kinds C II Riedel pacity v town and wo think if tho property own Co Eggs for salo from puro bred fowls ers along Main street would plant trees Children cry and old folks sigh to havo Light Brahmos Buff Cochins Silver at a proper distance apart on both sides their pictures taken at tho Knights Spangled Hamburgs White Leghorns of the street that Wo would in a few studio Brown Leghorns Red Caps and B Ply- Â¬ years have a beautiful street Dont Mrs Dr Watkins was called to Owens-Â¬ mouth Rocks Israel Holder Clo- Â¬ read this and say thats what but go to boro Sunday to see her mother who is verport Ky work and put out trees at once very ill Wo have secured the services of Miss George McManimn one of Stephens and Miller Julian 0 Mlnnlo who JR N of Hardlnsburg Brown in theL city stylish J Wells of Louisville do allIs a ports old residents was in town last were Payne in week Georgia dear Is selling clothing trimmer and she will Monday her power to please the public Call that he claims is all wool but tho but- Â¬ Itemeraber the City Bakery is Jhe and see us Miller Lightfoot tons guaranteed not to rip wear out place to get your lunch when you come Mrs W II Cain jr our clover Bow until you want another suit to town Golden Rod leyville correspondent Wo congratulate Messrs GilmourBros Light Brahma eggs for sale Foleli was a passenger on the train Saturday tobacco company Owensboro in secur- Â¬ 100 for 15 Mits John Nkvitt night returning from Louisville The ing such a valuable representative as strain i News was pleased to meet her r Irvlugton Ky Ed Crawford and if Ed cant sell tobacco Tho Nkws enjoyed a ride from Brand Â¬ or anything else why wo would like to Our spring line of Monarch shirts is m awaiting your inspection come in and enburg to Ekron Monday with a former know who can We will miss Eddies townsman P P Archer of Ekron bright iace in this territory very much see Ultra Babbage This is a beautiful section of Meade and we say Much success to you Ed They are coming they will be here this week that pretty lino of dress goods county good road fine farms and right old boy in tho fruit belt The orchards all look -- watch for it Sulzers vigorous and are just beginning to bud Shot His Man and Then Cat His Own t For sale One famous 0 I C male out There will be a world of apples up Throat hog nine months old 25 if taken soon there next fall Allen Sanders living with II L B A Parks Clifton Mills Miss Mollie B Board has opened a Rhodes near Garrett made a narrow es- Â¬ Misses Winnie Wendelkin and Delia millinery store at Irvington and has a cape from death last Sunday morning Kyler returned Sunday evening from a stock of ladies hats that are of tho very Mr Sanders bad been working for Mr delightful trip to Patesville latest style Miss Mollie spent several Rhodes on his farm Mr Rhodes For Salk Twenty two famous 0 1 0 months in Chicago last year whero she brother Milton was also at work for him and Scotch Polan China pg reasonable worked in somo of the best millinery He and Sanders it seems could not get B A Parks Clifton Mills establishments in that city She prom- Â¬ along and Sanders decided to throw up ises to give tho people of Irvington and ills job and leave Rev G W Lyon from Morganfiold Friday night he arrived Monday evening to assist in a surrounding country anything they want settled up with Mr Rhodts and made meeting at the M E church in the millinery lino this spring his arrangements to go next morning iCourtney Duncan camo home from Benedict Beavln and family will leave Saturday Something detnlned him and Louisville Saturday night suffering for Leitchileld to day at which place he remained over until Sunday morning they will mako their homo Mr Beavin ween ho got up early ate his breakfast with an attack of pneumonia r When you come to the circus drop in has been In apparent successful busincs saddled his horso mounted and rodo otf And lot us convince you that there is no hero for the past two or threo years and leaving all in peace and harmony When his friends are at a loss to know why he lie got about ono hundred yards from tho place for bargains HkelSulzjrs is not satisfied with tho results during homo to his great surprise who should When you are in the cityrdont fall to theso bard times Ho will embark in he see but Milton Rhodes crouched up call and inspect tho work at tho picturo tho tombstono business at Leltchfleld in a fence corner shot gun in hand and gallery Wall St Cloverport Ky and is probably llgurlng on Bomo kind of taking dead aim at him No sooner did If you coma to tho circus it will pay a pestilence to strike tho country Sanders spy his enemy than bang went iw you to drop in and get some of tho great Sanders dropped over on tho Mr M B Raymond Press Agent Wal his gun bargains we are offering Suz jrs l ter L Mains circus Headquarters Gait Bide of his horse but not iu tlmo to miss Mias Moilio Board the new milliner at Houso Louisville paysthefollowingcom tho contents of tho gun Rhodes fired Irvington wants everybody to know that pllment to tne News ad manI deslreto twice and filled Sanders and his horse Bite is there in the business to stay compliment you on the excellent ar Â¬ full of shot but as luck would have it tho Have you seen that pretty lino of rangement of our ad The copy for this gun was loaded witli the smallest size i If ad was in manuscript and not sot up bird shot and did not seriously fiurt him shirts thats causing so much talk set drop in and let us show them to you from type as most circus ads are Tho but his body from head to hip wrBlitteraly Rhodes walked back JJulaers arrangement was left entirely to our covered wit shot got shoes and LT Retd has taken charge of the foreman whoso taste and skill In setting to theforhousewoods his Tho country then was tho tL switch cngliio at Henderson while F 0 ads is not surpassed by any printer in made Fryy Is spending a week hero visiliug the state and Mr Raymond who is a searched for him all day Suuday and competent judge of suck work justifies Sunday night but ho could not be found hi parent i Monday morning about 8 oclock whllo r Qbltuary notices and resolutions of us in saying so Th mechanical work in every de Â¬ his brother II L Rhodes and some on tho News a Â¬ Par HkffKet inserted at 5 cents a line hands wero working in a pleco of new tita sending in these notices will please partment ground a short distance from tho barn trtM tbWfiamind the body of Rhodes vu found lying Jtlwcripiione taken for any magazine MrR bruehheap with hi throat cut paper you k sire and delivered prwapt- - Keep the system in perfect or-Â¬ In ii right had was a razor with which m tltey way Jw iuvd I eave your der by the occasional use of he had taken his owh life It is sup Â¬ Mikni at IkWxHjos posed that Eoon after the ehootlsg he Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills They reg- made for the wood and committed the DobUs Coffta Jfieoflowiwr wake ywr ulate the bowels and produce aet It k thought by tltose who know Flta any eoff last twice M wf Co eirwUr Arthur L Qebfe Itiia tlwt he wu crazy and had been for Frw flwot HUg Atlanta Ga several For sick headache malaria bil Rhodes wm a young mm 23 years ehl Tii WHc can bay Uwfr affiitg Uts of Â¬ and of good foully MlMJAiUfc Board t iMrfafiw h eWp ipusneM constipation and kin M tbey cm gt thm at ariy oMmt point dred disease an absolute cure SaWe t hurt m coute wae gUig along very well Over two ktkiwrd Her pricM aw Jn kMtf bk witn Um uwm I shot were removed from hie body Uiv ber a call BAKING POWMffi Â¬ r f I k v Â¬ Perfect Health pt A Vigorous Body etw Mrs J R Wimp Is In Uulsvlllo for a To The Republicans of Breckenridge short visit County Miss Ellen Wathen has returned to lits brother Richards III response to tho pressing appeals of g Three new Iioukb bIiow up on CaroÂ¬ my friends I have after much hesitation line Avenue They will soon be ready decided to become n candidate for Rep trie fur occupancy resentative from Brtckenrldgu county Mcsm E R Piolheroo and Herndon subject lo tho action of our n unity MfcGeheo went to Louisville Saturday convention And in doing bo I net not without having fully considered the returning Sunday evening responsibility and tho duty which an Miss Annlo Cooms of Hardlnsburg and Miss Lucy Cannon of Long Lick election would Imposo upon mo I am deeply sensible to the fallablllty of hu Â¬ nro visiting the Misses Rhodes man nature and the sacred duty of tho Mrs Piggott and little ones aro visit Â¬ Legislator Yet firmly resolving to ing Mrs Wathen She will remain observe tho law of Right and relying OLV10 IKJl WCll taking in tho Easter celebration at the upon tho earnest support and fair conCatholic church sideration of my countrymen and the Wo had a short hut sweet visit from wisdom and generosity of the Higher Golden Rod of Bewloyvllle which Power for tho strength to carry out this the Utile ones enjoyed quite as fully as intention I bavo after serious meditation tho older members of tho family consented to assumo an undertaking bo Gertrudo Bell tho infant child of Geo weighty and so Important My purposo in soliciting this trust is Bell died last Wednesday from tho ef- Â¬ fects of whooping cough and was inter- Â¬ not selfish ambition nor personal ag- Â¬ grandizement but that I may havo an red in tho Catholic cemetery at Merino opportunity of serving in my poor way Wo welcome Miss Julia Greenwood onco moro and regret that necessity call- Â¬ a peoplo which I have learned to love ed her to Cloverport at a time when we and of doing whatever may be within my felt her presenco n need in our reading power for tho perfection of tho laws which havo secured to mo protection circle Our assortment awuits you is so complcto and generous Mr and MrssWorlond Carter went to and happiness not to foster internal in every detail ns to mako your perfect satisfaction a Cloverport to visit Mrs Flago Carter party contention but to preeerve as far whom wo are pleasedto hear Is recover- Â¬ as I can tho unity of our party and to ccrtainity ing from her recent severe attack of leave tho peace of our people undis- Â¬ turbed pneumonia I believe in civil liberty and religious By Arbor day was slightly celebrated last freedom I believo in just equal laws week and Walnut and Maple Avenue and tho faithful execution of law I be Â¬ By will in tho year to come we hope give lievo in economical government 1 grateful shade to tho small boy with his believe in tho protection of tho weak I By marbles and top believo in the harmony of labor and T T McGlotlilan Chas Stlth Bate capital I believo in human equality in Wo still continuo to scatter benefits broadcast into scores Washington Forest Stith and wife and overy relation of lifoand solemnly pledge others of this locality took advantage of myself to the support ofalllawsfavorable of homes daily When you come to tho Circus como in the excursion Saturday for a day of pleas to personal liberty and tho security of and eeo for yourself ure ami profit in the city property and conducive to the material Mrs Rhodes was called to Long Lick social and civil prosperity of our country last Thursday to seo her venerable moth- Â¬ Holding theso principles as self evident er Mrs Mattingly who was lying at the truths for tho guidance of all who would J C N JLTE Assignee point of death Extremo ago was the legislate under our frco constitution I cause of her death which occurred on shall bo grateful for any recognition of little Children see our Easter Display which tho party may deem mo worthy Friday the 4th Inst With unshaken loyalty to the princi Â¬ Master Louis Jolly had a nice little trip to Frankfort last week with his ples of tho National Republican party TTuJh Ho took in all the sights and pledging myself to support tho Federal father Constitution nnd tho constitution of our upon his return imparted his wisdom to the other littlo ones less fortunate own Commonwealth reflecting upon the past glory and contemplating tho futuro will bo his Edwin toys greatness and prosperity of our common GOOD Lightening struck tho houso occupied country with n willingness to do what Â¬ by Mr E B Protberoe last Monday but apart from considerable scare to tho in- Â¬ ever may contribute to her progress her Will please Ms wife by giving her security or her grandeur and with an A ilollir or two to buy one of those mates and qui to n lot of soot and ashes ardent desire to promote the peace the HATS that have almost been to be cleaned from the nice carpets and happiness and tho material intellectual furniture not an enviable job by any and social advancement of mankind I means the damago was slight placo myolf upon tho judgement of a Dont forget to como out next Satur- Â¬ candid peoplo day evening to hear Mr Johannein of I am very truly yours The past few days The prices are Persia at the Baptist church 7 oclock Jas A Allek cut In half anil the styles will suit It will bo both profitable and interesting you as they are the same we ha e and sgmething of a novelty to seo tho sold so many of In act we know SAMPLE you can not help but be pleased native dress of the Persians Tho excursion was a very quiet and Mrs Angellne Stillwell of Falls of orderly affair and Mr Brown certainly Mr Mug Seven of Henderson was in deserves credit for tho manner in which town lost Friday it was conducted It was quite as pleas Old ant and comfortable a trip as ono on the AmiesUndo Billy Hanks and Mrs Nat One In the lot jou will find Hats are on tho sick list suitable for any and all occasions regular passenger and opart from the Mrs Eugeno Connor was visiting re- Â¬ This is the opportunity of the sea Into hour of arrival at home there was ion to buy for little money a styl nothing unpleasant or uncomfortable latives at Evansville last week ish Miss Addle Jolly went to Hawesvillo about it EASTER MILLINERY ON Tho remains of Mrs Moses Carter of last Thursday to visit relatives D1SPAVkTHIS Louisville were brought down and tak Â¬ Rough camo up to visit the grave her Mrs mother who died a few weeks ago en over to- Custer for interment Carter was a sister of Mr Foster Lyons Miss Annlo Bennett was tho guest of H V She leaves a husband and seven chil- Â¬ Miss Mary L Bobbins last Saturday dren two of whom are still very ill with Ciovekiout Ky Herman Lay of Stcphensport was tho pneumonia which guest of John Gibson last Saturday night the same fever seems so fatal Jn Louisville this winter Godfrey Ball of Hardlnsburg was and spring visiting relatives here last Saturday and At the last meeting of tho Reading Sunday Circle some interesting papers wero read Clovius Walls and Juno Mattingly of and important subjects discussed The Hazel Dell attended prayer meeting last Territorial Possessions of paper on Sunday night Franco by Miss B Ada Drury was par- Â¬ Juno and Ruby Hayncs Alt Cashman ticularly instructive and Miss Ada dethat the serves much credit for the caro and and Claud Brashear of Union Star wero thought bestowed upon tho article Mrs In town last Sunday Jeas Miller and Arthur Mattingly left Wathen and Miss Greenwood also de- Â¬ serve a word of praiso for their timely last Wednesday for Hardlnsburg whero articles on Frcncli Dramatic writers and they will attend school Pulpit orators of the 17th century An Miss Ollie McCoy of this place was Continue to buy your opportunity golden to hear them only visiting Misses Daisy and Lillio Wheeler K can do justice to them near Shiloh last Sunday And make the Rev M Carroll will celebrate Easter Mrs Emma Welsenborger of Clover- Â¬ best at Mount Merino church Solemn port was called to tho bedsldo of her sick High Mass in tho morning followed by grandpa who is critically ill Mill sermon and Bonedtction in the after- Â¬ nn the market Rev W B Sneed will fill his regular we sell Salt lirick Shingles Cement Elaborate preparations aro in appointment hero Saturday nnd Saturday noon Hone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco progress to mako it an impressive and night before the third Sunday Fertilizers Corn Flanters Hay Rakes beautiful ceremony Tho choir will ren Â¬ Mrs Sallle Bash a in and daughter Wheat Drills Stmlobakcr anil Old der somo excellent selections and Miss Louis and Miss Annlo Bennett were Rnrfm lTfrlnrv Wnonno lliirvfvta nml VItlMJ II Nora Henderson will bo special soloist fihHU HW WWJ lfUHU visiting Mr L D Dowell last Wednes Â¬ Wagons and tho only reliablo Self IJInder RvigJ- Miss Noras voice is for the occasion day too well known in this community to re- Â¬ and Mowor Hinder Twine etc with n guarantee on each article quire comment and wo feel sure it will Wo sell nothing but first class goods at i all bo an interesting and beautiful mem Â¬ Free Silver Would Eestore Prosperity Freo silver coinage would give no at prices to suit times Hemember the best orial special advantage to the owners of sliver is the cheapest in tho long run Church Notes mines The increased number of dollars Your inspection patronago and The Ladies Misjionery society of the which it would set in actual circulation correspondence respectfully solicited Baptist church will have a called meet Â¬ would raise the values of other kinds of ing at Rev W B Rutledges Thursday property ap such as tho values of silver IRVINGTON MILLING CO b h Joiiy at 3 oclock p m a full attendance is de Â¬ mines It is a dearth of money caused IRVINGTON KY sired by a single gold standard that has deÂ¬ There will bo no prayer meeting at creased tho values of all kinds of property the Baptist church to night oxcept gold itself When money Is Tho meeting at the Elm Street Meth Â¬ made scarce It becomes correspondingly odist church lias begun very encourag Â¬ powerful in its purchasing power while ingly Rov G W Lyon of Morgan all other kinds of property becomo cor Â¬ field Ky is doing good earnest preach- Â¬ respondingly weak In their purchasing ing Services at 10 a m and 7 p m power It is the supply of any kinds of each day Everybody invited property in relation to tho demand that On Good Friday evening April 12 affects its Vrtlud one way or the other Office over the Bank of Hardlnsburg there will be Station of the Cross at Tho amount of real estate of wheat com St Rose Catholic church at 7 30 p mi Finding lost lines and and other kinds of property cannot be Will attend to any bustaeea in the line of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in The next service at St Rose church reduced by an act of Congress Con Â¬ corners a specialty Hreckenrlifgu county solicited Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow Â¬ will be on the 3rd Sunday of April i e sequently when tho valuo of money la ledgement of deeds ut time qf surveying if parties desire it April 21st at 10 30 a m reduced or when a reduction is threaten Â¬ AddreM at Ilardineburg Ky On Easter Sunday Father Carroll will ed as by the reduction to a gold stand Â¬ service at Irvington Catholio ard the values of these kind of property hold churqh at 10 a m decrease It is a plain proposition that 0a Monday April 22 at 10 a w Kt when the volume of circulating money ATTORNEY AT LAW Rev Blehop MeCloekey will administer i eontraeied all other values CLOVERPORT KY decline HARDINSiUfia KY confirmation at the Irvington Catholic Free silver coinage would restore prosÂ¬ OHm with DtI1 R Mumy Kitt Md of Will practice Wall tbe Courte is tke Irwt BfMg church ProteeMnle m well m Cath perity beeanee U would rehabilitate all County anJ surjouwllng District oties are cordially Invited Mads of property with their dermal Barnee Kinchwloe values Ivamylllo Courier ytr A NTKP Oentlemin or l4y ta Doble Â¬ ittntttm Sf OUR EASTER t GREETING vvtvvJ Is accompanied with announcement tnat we are now displaying throughout our many Departments many new and seasonable W mmm WHATEVER YOUR Wants May Be the Virtue in Values the Power in Prices Fair and Honest Treatment SULZERS a HUSBAND GIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY Â¬ HAT - MRS DUNCAN I Â¬ Remeuiber Flour Meal anil Irvington Milling Feed Go Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle Sheep A MJ VllyiVfeVVVVVVV CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SUEYETOE Gus Brown R N Miller ATTORNEYat LAW 1 The Worlds JVTTS Liver PILLS show0I mo M JHIrt M M Flr Tests hklg gmvfre JTtW Iff -- OhlidrtnCryfor itoh4Nrfs YY Aluminum cowce pott Dubk -- Coffee Kconowfcr j tu any ATTORNEYS AT LAW tmi ooetblnl tho co HartfiiwUurg Ky Cqrnl Hulldlnif AUU Artftur CafUrla Firrufr rr the forty fly of 1813 the war of 9mIomm old of OffiM on Main are over 100 y north of MMtofRoa 8trt nxt dear 6 TJHLBx lstw ono week and visited tho magnlficlenl Tumpa Pay Hotel soverat times It Is situated on the hanks of tho llillsboro river Is of Moorish architecture and a marvel of beauty with lit broad galleries lwreo shoo arches rotundas line paint Â¬ ings nnd exteuslvo lawns In tho grand parlor thero Is n safe nnd two chairs thnt wero owned by Maria Antoinette and a set of four chairs that belonged to Louis Sedan chairs with eagles of XIV France In their decorations and nilny other things of Interest too numerous As tho building can no to mention moro faithfully hi described than I could satisfy your appetite than by copy Â¬ ing tho menu and sending It to you Tampa Is a very nlca city of 20000 In Â¬ habitants has street cars churches court house theatr s Ico plants nnd many other improvements Next I visited Port Tampa It is tho southern deep water terminus of tho Plant system The inn Is admirably located on tho pier above the water of Tampa Bay one mile from shore the home of myriads of fish The bay Is unsurpassed for boating nnd bathlrig The table at the Inn Is furnished with every delicacy of the season So enough of this and if you will pardon and bear with me longer I will take you through Havana and Cuba on shortest routes possible as I dont want to tire your patience too much at this writing So now we start and how I do wish you could have been with me in reality On Thursday Feb 1J 1895 I went aboard the elegant steamship Olivltte for a voyage across the Gulf of Mexico very nice built ship is The specially for passenger service The state rooms are large and airy and are provided with incandescent lights nnd electric bells The first day and night we had a very calm sea We had to lay over three hours at Key West and all the passengers numbering 375 went and engaged carriages and drove over the principal streets of Key West island The departure of ships from that point is made late at night and the schedule Is so arranged as to enter the beautiful harbor of Havana at the signal of tho sunrise gun at sea from Moro Castle After leaving Key West the sea was quite rough a few passengers were sea sick but the greater number enjoyed the trip so much It was i jlly crowd though n most elegant and cultured people The ap-Â¬ proach to Havana with the Moro Castle and the Cabana fortifications on the left and the Castillo De La Punta upon the right is very picturesque and when once seen is never forgotten the magnificence is indescribable From tho signal tower of Moro our own stars and stripes and the privato signal of lino may be seen fluttering in tho morning breeze Interpreters of hotels meet the ships on arrival and are very gentlemanly and attentive Four or fivo hundred of tho military force are at tho dock when tho ships arrive all dressed in uniform with bayonets etc I must confess it creates a peculiar sen- Â¬ sation and requires some courage entering a city of 250000 inhabitants of a Foieign nation their dress manner and language being so entirely different from our own After having breakfasted at hotel El Tel E Graffo on Prado St Park Central I engaged a cab aud drove out sight-seein-g as I did not expect to remain longer than three days but was so pleasingly impressed with Havana I stayed two weeks and would liked to have remained until May had It not been for my dear ones at home And right here let mo blushlngly tell you I went to seo the famous world renowned Spanish bull fight It was the most cruel sight I ever witnessed either the man or bull must die saw tho bulls tantalized until a stilletto was driven into them that killed them then they were dragged out by four fancy dressed burros Then another and then another brought in until three wero killed Many hundreds of people witnessed it The proceeds were to go to erect a monument to the memory of firemen who loso their lives They have a free fire force and a monument to their memory Is all thoy get for their valiant work BRBOKRNmDGJ iStKWS GLO YRHPORT KY Mrs J Rickctta entertained a few friends last Tuesday evening In honor of Breckinridge News Wednesday AvmL EXTRACTS r 10 From a- - letter Writtca and Cuba by Mrs X Blain While in Florida Published by Rtqncit u i 1 L i V m I arrived nt Jacksonville Fla Jan 15 at 730 p m and took a cab for the hotel and retired in a llttlo while as I was exceedingly tired I waa gently lulled to refreshing slumbers by strains of sweet music from an Italian band by which the guests of tho hotel wero be Â¬ ing serenaded that evening After my nights reposo I waa awaken Â¬ ed by a band playing the Mocking Bird though quite old will never loso its charm I spent a week at Jacksonville and had a very pleasant time Jacksonville is situated on the St Johns river twenty five miles from Its mouth is the Atlantic scapoit and a favorite winter resort The hotels here are noted for their excel- Â¬ lence among the principal ones are the St James Windsor Grand View Carle There are also ton and many others many beautiful driveways and parks I next visited St Augustine the old and ancient city for two week and by the way I arrived just In time to attend all the great and grand openings of the hotels The Toncc De Leon opened first and it was a grand affair Sweet music dancing and last of of all but not least a sumptuous supper As the hotels opened up of course the places of amusement did likewise Pass Â¬ ing beneath the gateway and through the portico of the lonco Do Leon we enter Fountain Court a beautiful mass of foli- Â¬ age there and all kinds of tropical fruits beautiful flowers and lovely Bcenery Tho many emblematic oil paintings de- Â¬ serve a minute description but their elaborateness and profusion is simply grand to behold The decorations here are truo to the Spanish Renaissance On tho pendeutlves of the cove Btyle ceiling are female figures typical of ad Â¬ venture discovery conquest and civilization and four other figures represented vsrth air fire and water The colors are rich and varied and the accessories chos Â¬ en with excellent taste The grand par- Â¬ lor is a maguillcient room lOlxYI feet Tho ellect of grandeur is happily sup plemented by disposition of pillars and nrches which break up tho parlor Into cozy corners The dinning hall Is a joy forever after having once partaken of the delicacies therein It has an area of OOx 150 feet On the south side opposite lonco Do Leon la tho Alcazor within which thero is a coat of shrubbery and vines and a fountian with the water is suing from the mouth of a dolphin 13c yound tho court are tho great swimming pools of sulphur water from the artesian wells and salt water from tho bay On Sunday Jan 20th I attended the Memorial Presbyterian church it is an elaborate structure in tho stylo of the Venetian Renaissance and in wealth of exterior decorationssurpasses any church in St Augustine Whilst thero I made a trip to North Peach South Peach Light House U S Barracks and overy place of Interest The city gateway still remains it and the Spanish fort are the most conspicuous relics left of the elaborate fortifications which once defended the ancient city When the gates are closed at night and guards sta- Â¬ tioned in sentry boxes the town sleeps Becurely guarded from the nppearanco of midnight foes I will now givo you a limited de Â¬ scription of Spanish fort and leavo the ancient city until so mo future time The Spanish Coat of Arms Casement door Coacoocheeand Oaceola prison cells are some of tho chief attractions On the walls In their cell are tho plans and outlines they formed to make their escape after getting out of prison tho course they would take etc They wero in a room eighteen feet square nil the light admitted was through an embra- Â¬ sure about fourteen inches widu and nbout twenty feet from the floor and through this they had to make their es Â¬ cape or remain and die and in order to reduce themselves as much as possible under the pretext of beinu sick wero per Â¬ mitted to take Indian herbs as medicine five days prior to tho time planned for their escape Tho time choosen was the dark moon Thoy had great difficulty as the sentinel did not go to sleep on this particular night until a lato hour Near tho casement through which they es Â¬ caped I saw a big tree growing from a crevice in the wall I also went Into the dungeon and saw the marks whero two human skeletons were found chained to tho wall In Iron cages While tho fort is quite interesting it fills one with horror and dismal as tho grave It Is torriblo to stand within the prison walls and think of tho torture that has After leaving St been borno there Augustine I returned to Jacksonville n distance of thirty seven miles by rail I then availed myself of the opportunity of a moonlight rido on tho St Johns river Luna never looks brighter than whon shining on tho rippled waters of this glorious stream Tlioro Is nothing which can bo conceived of more beauti Â¬ ful and when once seen It leaves an In Â¬ delible Impression upon tho mind Tho bright moon overhead tho boat gliding upon a river lined with tall llva oaks and Spanish moss gently swaying to and fro All the tropical scenery is met with on this famous stream goinir to Satiford This is tho terminus of the Clydo St Johns river lino I then wont oyer tho F 0 A P It It to Silver Springs a famous and romantic place This vast circular basin is 000 feet In diameter and 00 feet deep The wator Js bo clear and magnifying that from a boat tho Courier Journal can bo read lying on tho bottom It empties Into tho Oclawaha river From there I went to Lakeland and spent tea daya with Klrby very pleasantly at tlw homeol Mr and Mrs Minor Staph- Then on to Tampa of Gray Locks Â¬ Â¬ Ono of the principal strei U is Prado street and Is two miles long surroundi d with Indian laurel treespfllmsfoiiutninf etc As 1 prcsilino you have grown tired ore this I will give temporaluro and then chango programme During the warmest month the temperature Is 82 degrees and tho coldest tlnjs It U 01 degrees And now kind friend I will answer your Inquiry to damage In Florida Our oranges were frosUd and did not get to ship thorn nt all lost grape fruit and lemons The large orange treis are budding to blooiii again I think Flor- Â¬ ida a charming pneo to rpend the winter if we had no orange trees at all I regret not r celvlng your letter sooner as I would ha vo sent you some fljwers as thoy grow there In such profusion I thank you kindly for tho invitation to attend tho Commencement and nssuro you I would be pleased to comply Alasllmust close while numberless ideas are crowding themselves into my Amos mind to be conveyed to you ANDYVILLE Pinches alt killed In this neighorhood Frank Phi I pot left tho 17th tilt for Coatsburg III Mrs C M Smith Is visiting her parents in Ixnilsvllle this wick Henry Wnlhen xpecta to start south In a few days on Trents lime boat J F Green ell hns moved to his farm leaving our town without a blacksmith Victor Greenwell whose ankle was dis-Â¬ located overal weeks ago is able to be out at work again Oat sowing Is about over and planting early potatms and making garden Beems to be tho older of tlm day Some of our farmers and fruit men say that the prospects for a good applo crop were never more flattering than this spring T J Greenwell our enterprising mer- Â¬ chant wont to Louisville lost week and bought n full lino of of spring and Sum- Â¬ mer goodsjwhich he Isselllng very cheap Firo gout out from Wm Spinks clear-Â¬ ing lost Friday while the wind was so high and did considerable damage burn- Â¬ ing several hundred rails for J D Har- Â¬ din and Honry Allen Health of tho community was novcr known to bo better in fact the M Ds are bo seldom called orWor their medical services at present that ono of them had laid aside his pill pockets and taken hold of the plow handles What Is the matter with mall Several times of lato the News tins been two or three days lato getting here and last week it didnt come at all while It comes to Sirocco and Paynesillo all right on the regular day The long talked of concert atlhis place come off Saturday night April the 20th and judging by the talent for such work possessed by tho ones that make up the troupe and from tho long practice they have had it will certainly far excel any Â¬ thing of the kind ever given at this place O M J O Black of Iouisvlllc mmmmmmmm 3artford3icycles 80 60 Elegant In Design j Mr J Miss Polly Dugnti who in teaching In K Dittos family spent Saturday Dont Put It Off and Sunday with her parents Mrs Agnes Rlckutts Is in our midst again Kveryono is glad to havo her back for she Is an excellent neighbor Dear Editor As I have not seen any nows from this place for sino time I shall with an unlimited amount of pleas Â¬ ure endeavor to send In a few Items Mrs Y E Jenkins nco Nellie Mc- Â¬ Gehee of Louisville is down to spend several days with her parents Mr and Mrs W O McGeheo of Long Branch Wo do not need an almanac to tell us that spring haa come last Saturday afternoon too seo tho bright young faces in spring regalia lighted up the streets of tho little town of Brandenburg Miss Nolllo A Henderson ono of Irvlngtons most popular young ladles passed through here last week for Louis- Â¬ ville where alio will make quite a lengthy visit to her uncle Dr Ilcudei son Miss Mattlo McGeheo had tho exquis ite pleasure of dining with our most esti- Â¬ mable and well informed correspondent of Brandenburg nnd had quite a pleas- Â¬ Â¬ llgpP are the sort of bicycle most Superior In Workmanship Strong and Easy Running w l Hartfords Thoueceeslty of a spring medicine is universally admitted This is the best time of year in which to purify the blood to restore tho lost appetite and to buid up the entire system as tho body Is now peculiarly susceptible to benefit from medicine Tho great ptpularity attained by Hoods Sarsaparllla owing to its real me it and Us remarkable success has established it as the very best medlclno to take in the spring It cures scrofula salt rheum and all humors biliousness dyspepsia headache kidney nnd liver complaints catarrh and nil affections caused or promoted by low etato of tho system or impure blood Dont put it off but take Hoods Sarsaparllla now It w ant chat with your intelligent writer fr6m Big Spring She does not Bee why If all of your correspondents are to be judged by the two above named your paper cannot reach the highest pinnaclo of fame 2S makers charge 100 for Columbias are far superior to so called is asked specials for which 12 or even It is well to be posted upon the bicycle price situation The great Columbia plant is working for the riders benefit as usual t0 ill do you good LODIBURG Health of the neighborhood Is very good We are glad to hear that D S Rich Â¬ ardson of Union Star Is improving from an attack of pneumonia J II Avitt took three hogshead of tobacco to Louisville ono day last week Mr Len Cnshman ex Assessor of this county was called to Frankfort ono day last week Mr II Clay Jolly of Hardinsburg the Llfo Insurance agent was In our town ono day last week Mr A M Hardin was visiting his sis ter Mrs Ida Brown of Ekron who Is very sick also her youngest boy Mas ter Ciarenc nine months old Thanks to Miss Die Basham mid Mrs Moilia Gibson for tho interest they are taking and expense to organize a Sun Â¬ day School at Walnut Grove To be or- Â¬ ganized Sunday April 7th at 10 am All that have any interest or any desire to organize a Sunday School at Walnut Grove will surely lend their aid when led on by two as firm in the cauBO as Miss Deo and Mrs Gibson Bill Otto tho Irvlngton bucker la now I nlso attended Mardi Gras while thero Tho beginning was a grand ex Â¬ clusive Cuban ball Tho Celebration lasted three days closing with a mas Â¬ querade or society ball It was so amusing as their dancing is so different from ours I attended the Tacon theatre and Theatre Injoa They are tho finest in the city I attended several elegant yet ancient churches and the Cathedral whero Col- Â¬ umbus ashes rest Thoy preserve his wearing apparel lu that church In cedar drawers I saw tho costume which he woro when ho discovered America and several others embroidered In gold others in purplo nnd silver I went through the Botanical garden Colon cemotory Military square then taking tho Marianas excursion to tho beautiful sugar plantations plne applo groves and Toledo nineteen miles from Havana then Mutanzis trip to the valley ofYamuriaud the celebrated Caves of Bollamar also taking In a Havana to Saw them cutting bacco plantation and curing tobacco The leaves are small but of a very fine fiber and texture Bucks holding forth at Lodiburg about 7000 or 8000 staves per day when the pump is not frozen up Bill you can now have a nice time for the weath Â¬ er Is warm nnd tho pump will not freeze up Luby will keep you in water nnd sweet Owen feed the thing all right and you keop time Yet I do not think Bill will be able to stay with them much lon ger For Mr Avitt says helBillJisvery delicate In eating cannot drink coffee without a glass of water aud for a week or so after tho strike Bill would drink nothing but water and eat nothing but caned fruit Tho fruit was fine BUI but the cold water How oh how I could you stand that 7 So tho Itev Frank Qulnn pastor of the Wnlnut Grovo church also pastor of the Hardinsburg Baptist church for six months has disconnected his relation with the Baptist church and connected himself with the Methodist church What has become of Frank Going Wo havo not seen his smiling counte- Â¬ nance in town for a long time Frank do not tnko it so hard be a man if you die Why die with a stiff upper lip and a grin on your face 7 Payton thought it was all right It P 8 orS P J as he signs his name sometimes one way and sometimes tho other Is getting a little tender footed about J II A as ho speaks so much about J II A friend and particularly Professor I am his Lodiburg friend not fighting J II As battlo for him ho needs no one to do that as ho has ability to do his own fighting and the sand in his craw to do it You had better come over and play with my little boy Bring your turkey leathers with you and help my little fellow ycard them and call them his chickens I think it would bo good fun for you and him and not so much strain on your mental powers as It is to cope with J II A Mr Will Sklllmin has had sore oyes for years He has trio d GENTLKJiBtf CURES SCROFULA BLOOD POISON s s FOR CURES s many doctors and remedies and has always failed to get relief until we Bold him a tubo of Sutherlands Eagle Eyo Salve which cured him Inside of ono Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey sells week well and cures Respectfully M Mkysu Co Buras Ky January 15 1895 Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve has done a great deal moro for mo than can bo W H Skiixman told by pen Buoas Ky Saleimen Wanted THE ECZEMA CANCER TETTER BLOOD Good wages tq sell our nuisory stock Wo will have for Apply for terms Spring and fall 1S05 on Immenao stock of apple pear peach plum Apricot Also small fruits cherry grape etc shadoand ornamental trees roses etc We make a specialty of wholesaling to We will sell tlarge planters direct - responsible parties and tako note payable in six twelve and eighteen months Write us for wholesale prices Address South kkn Nubskhv Co Wlncl water Twin Smith ays if tho warm weather continues he will begin planting corn tho first week In April Mr Smith has broken his land for corn for the past two years during the full and winter and thinks it much better than spring break- Â¬ ing as it destroys tho cut worms Lost spring when the cut worms were so bad Credit Currency and Gold -in this neighborhood not ono could bo found In lais cornfield while one of his Whllo I am talking nbout nowspapcr neighbors had a field adjolulng his that men I wish to mention a talk I had tho was broko in the spring that the first other day with John Boyle n hardwork- Â¬ planting was almost destroyed by them ing member of tho press in this city whose duty it has been for years to watch A new theory in the treatment of matters in tho United States treasury coughs lung and bronchial affections has Ho knows every official of imparlance in been advanced by the manufacturers of that great department and haa naturally Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a learned through the force of contact a wonderful remedy All dealers sell great deal about the governments finan- Â¬ For sale cial operations He Is not a politician it on a positive guarantee Haynes Cloverport by Short Dr and makes no pretense to being a wise R II McMullln McDaniels M Meyer man but I thought his talk was interest Â¬ Co Buras Geo Heysor Constan ing just the same There is a grcnt tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett deal of nonsense about this gold reserve Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown It is my deliberate judgment that it does Irvlngton Ky Jno PNichols Garfield not matter a continental whether wo Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky have a gold reservo or not It is a mere fiction What does 75000000 or 100 Free Souls Not Free Silver 000000 of gold amount to against 1000 Wo would be surprised somotlme to If the 000000 of legal tender anyway know who tho devil had picked on to country would stop talking about the get up a trouble in the church matter there would be no trouble It Is There are too many christians who are not the gold reserve that protects tho inclined to deny Christ because they parity of the metals and keeps the cur- Â¬ nro warming by ones flro who is an rency sound but the credit of tho gov- Â¬ enemy to his church ernment If tho credit of tho governHow many shepherds leavo tho ninety ment Is good for 00000000 It ought to aud nine fat sheep to look up and care be good for another hundred million for tho poor lost one People who are suspicious of fiat money A man that would get up in a church and who say we must havo bonds in- Â¬ and vow that he would stand by tho stead of greenbacks Bay the latter rest on church and her doctrino and fall to do nothing but the credit of tho govern- Â¬ ment Well what do tho bonds rest so is not fit for a back seat In hell Just the same thing No differTho reason some people dont murder upon They talk also of the security Christ and spit on him Is because he is ence them- Â¬ offered in national bank notes because not here in person They content selves with insulting his church and in Â¬ they havo bonds behind them Well the valuo of tho bonds consists wholly of terrupting public worship the credit of tho government So you A man that pretends to bo a christian see everything comes back to faith in and violates tho 0th Commandment every Sam and I dont see why that is day Is as good material as tho dovll Uncle not a good enough basis to work on wants Whether theso views are correct or not It would bo quite gratifying to know of course I dont know but it Impressed that we had more correspondents like me that a treasury newspaper mans con- Â¬ the one from B andynburg who had re- Â¬ tribution to tho literature of tho finan spect for Christ and his teaching cial question was rather interesting It Is just as easy to tell a Christian RonEitT Graves when travoling from a sinner as it is to Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old tell a niggers heol from a ladys toilet living at 018 Monroo street Paducah box Tho christian who prays for a rain and Ky says that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honoy dont go and put his water barrels under is the best grip euro cough lung and the drip of tho house is the kind tho bronchial remedy that haa been offered devil bos employed to watch some to the people during hor life Guaran- Â¬ brother and try to injure his name by teed and sold by Short Haynes Clover- Â¬ M insinuating that ho the brother is not do- port DrRHMcMulliuMcDantcls Meyer Co Buios Geo Heysor Con Â¬ ing right Is deceiving tho people stantly A Taylor Itosetta Drury Ben Â¬ When you see a cow displaying more nett Co Bewleyville W EBrown love for her calf than some men show for Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols GarÂ¬ their church you may know that his field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky seat In hell has a big card lying on it marked taken Then and Now There was a time when ho who would E W Rugby a prominent lawyer of Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine keep informed of tho progress of know- Â¬ Tar Honey cured his children of whoop-Â¬ ledge the record of discovery and Inven- Â¬ ing cough when all things else failed tion and tho currents of human thought Its a new remedy for all coughs For could and indeed must rely chiefly if sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr not wholly upon books That day has Books wo must still read as the R H McMullln McDaniels M Meyer passed Heysor Constan Â¬ crystallization and permanent embodi Â¬ Co Buras Geo tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett ment of human thought aud knowledge But to day it la the newspaper the mag Â¬ Co Bewleyville Ky W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield azine the periodical review upon which wo must chiefly depend If we would Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky follow closely tho Intellectual movement BEECH GROVE of the day And now a new difficulty haa arisen This newspaperand periodi- Â¬ Hugh Ditto is at homo for a short stay cal literature has become bo multitudi- Â¬ on nccdunt of ill health nous and bulky as to be a heavy burden Mr J II Ditto went to Louisville Sat Â¬ to the busy man or woman whllo oven urday on a business trip the person who has leisure and inclina- Â¬ Miss Peggie Ditto waa the guest of Miss tion to read widely Id often unable to get Ella Hendricks Saturday night access to the current publications Mrs J A McGehee spent several days Especially in the saaller cltiw villages with her daughter Mrs W Si Ditto last and rural districts is the lack of such opportunity felt It la folt by the week Harvey Ditto who haa been alUading clergyman the teacher the lawyer the school at Mt Sterling returned home physician the merchant the artisan the Saturday night farnaar and the cultured and thoughtful Eroet Fountain of atatadanbiirg women of the household With all these of peisons the waa the puaat t WlUieMaGh8atrdy and many other class graat practical literary question is j How night and Snuday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Those who never read the advertise Â¬ ments in their newspapers rates more than thoy presume Jonathan Kenlson of Bolan Worth Co Iowa who had been troubled with rheumatism in his back arms and shoulders read an item in his paper about how a prominent German citizen of Ft Madison had been cured Ho procured tho same medicine and to use his own words It cured me A neighbor right up He also says nnd his wife were both sick in bed with rheumatism Their boy was over to my house nnd raid thoy were so bad ho had to do the cooking I told him of Cham bcilains Pain Balm and how it had cured me ho got a bottlo nnd It cured them up CO cent bottles for sale by ionwcclc A R Fisher Cloverport Ky nnd Kincholoo Board Hardinsburg Ky Olumbias -- 100 L POPB MFG and CO Factories Offices General HARTFORD Conn KANOH BTOHISi Boston Hew York Chicago Buffalo San Francisco Providence Â¬ The Columbia CalaloAue a work of highest art tclllnB of and pictur ing rfArlv nil tho now CoUlUll ag tOiiiiiiiiiiiBnvs TfcjTjTpBBMy V andi Hartfords Is frco from any Col umbia Agent or is mailed lor two a aClen Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford Bicycles WM o mmmmm Ky ctsit stamps Cloverport J C BOURNE J M IIAUPEIl PANIEL BHO0K3 BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON il LOUISVILl - i STOCK YARDS Doblen Aluminum Free Trial U KY can I hesfr suppleinent my indispensable homo paper It was to answer this question and meet this demand that Public Opinion now published in New York City was founded nine years ago It selects the best condenses it to the last degree and serves it in convenient and attractive form Our better halves say they could not keep house without Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is used in more than half tho homes in Leeds Sims Bros Leeds Iowa This shows tho esteem in which that remedy is held whero it has been sold for years and is well known Moth- Â¬ ers havo learned that thero is nothing so good fo coldscroopand whooping cough that it cures these ailments quickly and permanently and that it is pleasant and safe for children to tako 2o and 60 cent bottles for sale by A It Fisher Cloyer Hoard Har- Â¬ port Ky nnd Klncheloo dinsburg Ky Convention Call Tho Executive Committeo for the First Railroad Commissioners district has met at Paducah pursuant to call of the Chairman Hon Henry Burnett and named a titno and placo for nominating a Democratic candidate for Railroad Commissioner In tho district Tho fol Â¬ lowing resolution was adopted Resolved That on May 4 1895 at 2 p m the Democratic voters of tho several counties composing the First Railroad Commissioners district of Kentucky be requested to assemble nt the court houso in each of said counties in mass meetiug that they shall then and there select delegates who shall nieot in the city of OwoiiBboro Ky on May 13 1805 at 11 oclock am and then and there nomlnato n candidate for Railroad Com missioner for said district The basis of representation in thi District convention for each county shall be one dele gate for overy 200 voters of fraction thereof of 100 which were cost for the Democratic electors in November 1802 Tho counties in tho district and delegate vote to which each is entitled is as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 FITS ANY COFFEE POT NoKienit dut ti iii Krcpthfot 1 uueeucuuuuuvirjj Ine hlnclceiw VtruaialiHvuur Cr1iifllwj Coilee trouper nd richer cuir W nlliw Price with 1 3 In Firchiuer lint wwky Post I tl nilRtrll Vrni himifnno tint rala ractorr ran rrtundvl rm ill rrrumt thi money Efl0ch n ftyyyA 1 CO AUTHUU L DOME Uimiil Bulldlnir Atlanta Q Fas Kgl v jffiffa yAyilJsW In Poor Health Browns hausted nervous have no annctlte anil rattt work becln at once tak ing the most relia Â¬ ble strencthenlng medicine which Is lirouns Iron Bit Â¬ ters A lew bot Â¬ tles cure benefit comes from the very first dose it Viont tlaln four Uitk aud pleasant to take means so much more than you lmamne serious and fatal diseases result from triflinfr ailments neglected a Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health llyouareleelln outol sons weak ana generally ex Â¬ Iron Bitters Dvsocnsla Neuralgia Constipation r Malaria lls It Cures Kldnev and Liver Troubles Bad Blood Nervous aliments Womens complaints if Get only the genuine It has crossed red lines on the wrapper All others are sub stitutes uu receipt 01 two 2c stamps v a r will send set of Ten Beautiful Worlds fair views aud book iree ss BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD follows rtELIfJATE W0MEH Allen Barren Ballard Breckcnrldgo Butler Caldwell Calloway Carllslo Christian Crittenden Daviess Edmonson Fulton Graves Grpyaon Hopkins Larue 5 Livingston 7 Logan 4 Lyon 5 Marshall 8 Meade 4 Metcalfe 12 Monroe 0 McCracken 17 McLean 2 Muhlenburg 0 Ohio 13 Simpson 0 Todd 0 10 10 4 rill find immediate relief and ptrmnunt cure by uln j urrerlnzfrnmllTUOORRHEAorUHITra 5 11 Dr LeRoyo ntry A 4 5 0 2 3 ou can treat ynurtelf ut hmne Nn 1hwirl n Nnoam No JncomKn nr lecewurv Ih ire applied locally duMiliintanddutribulLiifU iru We kuarnlce an b tmu ipon the anticttd wru mm tn nitt B i na lull treatment censuu diree formulas A and Ci Uterine Wafers rr are Uirt J jt 0 4 7 fur rtecut cam lTarmuliil atverc eura rarwjUOrgr erjr ereeura T lan Mankind oa 1200 Per Vox or 0 Ooiea for IS 00 frloa Correspondence solicited Kcfrrencc furoubed FrMul 8 0 7 THE ROYAL CHEMICAL CO l 183 BROADWAY CINCINNATI Hancock Hart Hardin Hickinau Hondursou t7 10 4 Union Webster 0 Warron 11 Total Trim 5 11 14 0 277 Buekleas Anne a Salve Thu Dsst Halvk in the world for Cuba Brulsea Sorea Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores TetterChapped HanJsChllWalug Corns and all fikin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ itively cureo Tile or no pay required It ia guaranteed to give perfect satis faction or mopey refunded Pio 36 oenU par box For sale by A R Fiahar Â¬ M -- ar