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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r iv ayl 4 F S r i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1895 NO 39 CmCULATIOIT LEES Copy of Invasion of Maryland His Plans Captured IN 1894 119600 IN JAUUAEY 1895 11900 Hypnotism Eetcues a Young Man From the Liquor Habit Dr II Osgood Mason of Now York is a great believer lu hypnotism One of tho most interesting cases of euro Is his rescuo ol a young man from tlio alcoholic linbit Tho younp man who for conven- Â¬ ience may bo called X was of good fam Â¬ ily well to do about twenty fivo years old and of strong vitality nnd personality His manner of life while- not absolutely vlcioii had been loose and ho had contracted tho drinking habit to Â¬ Â¬ Tho First Timo In History That Any Commander Had tho reached an epidemic condition and unAdvantago of tho In kind both great fully less political Hon J SteriiNo Morton Washing- Â¬ I am in receipt ton D 0 Dear Sir of and thank you for your letter In my limited knowledge of UiIh sub jjct I am able only to see and to nn ex- Â¬ tent appreciate tho very evil effect being oxortcd by tho so called free silver inter- Â¬ ests in this country and I hardly think this is appreciated in tho great centers As jou aro reasonably aw are I am traveling a good deal and meet and seo people from all classes and plates and tho wave of this baneful idea ha almost Â¬ MOVEMENTS OF THE ENEMY is rn EXCEPT - A Similar Caso Which Has Just Been Made Public Wheroin the Movements of the Gold Bugs of tho West Mako aFrantio Appeal to Eastorn Bankors to Stop the Tido In Favor Of Free Silver In the West A r Most Imoptan Ravolatfon Disclosing As It Does tho Fact Â¬ That tho Cause of Silver Is Growing and Spreading Everywhere Â¬ Secrotary Morton Alarmed at the Situation Ex During Lets Invasion of Maryland in September 1802 a copy of his plans and tho disposition of his troops was found in tho road over which his army had passed and was brought to General McCIellan It was perhaps the first time in history that any commander had the advantage of such a disclosure of tho movements of the enemy A similar piece of good fortune has just happened to the silver coinage case It is a letter from Hon J Sterling Mor- Â¬ ton Secretary of Agriculture to his brother gold bug the Honorable John DeWitt Warner recently a member of Congress from New York accompanied by a letter written to Mr Morton by another active and zalous soldier in the ranks of the rnonometallista It is a most important revelation of the panic in tho ranks of the goldlnen of the West and n frantic appeal to the Eastern ban kers to do something tegjtem the tide in coinage It appears favor of silver from Secretary Mortons letter that he has been engaged in feeding the patont inside newspapers out West with a document of his own on the subject of finance Mr Mortons finan- Â¬ cial views relate mainly to tho importance of securing a single standard consisting of ono tenth gold and nine tenths natiopal bank paper His friends letter is a most encouraging proof that the cause of silver coinago is flourishing thrtfghout the West and South to such a dlgreo as to cause Secretary Morton to sound tho alarm to the Now York Ro form Club How tho correspondence escaped from tho custody of that club we do not knowbut here it is at full length and wo bespeak for it a careful perusal Hecretary Mortons letter U S DaiARTMKNT OP AaRICULTUllK Â¬ WAsmNaTOND Office or the 0 Y SEcnETAny March 21 1895 J Hon John DeWitt Warner New York Tho in Â¬ City My Dear Mr Warner It Buchanan closed letter from J General Iasscnger Agent of the Fremont Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Railroad Company at Omaha may be of Interest to you It is a reply to one written by me In which I thanked him lor his earnest efforts in securing tho publica Â¬ X Few Facts tion of a screed of mine in a great many of tho in Finance patent inside nenspapors which Are cir-Â¬ culated out West My object in sending you this letter of Mr Buchanan is to give you a thorough-going business mans views of the situation The lettershows how fallacies flourish among the financiers of the West and South The letter also points out the necessity of immediate coherent and ontanizd action in behalf of sound w answered parties will bt obliged n re spinso to popular demand to elthr In Â¬ corporate a substantially free silver plank in thflr platforms or elso a disgraceful straddle No doubt you have seen a little hook Joins published In Chiiagoh called School of Finance The first book has reached an edition of over 1 0000 and recently another book of tho same kind issued fiom the same mill has appealed They aro attractively written and to tho novice in financo aro a convincing argu- Â¬ ment They pretcud to quoto eminent financiers of Chicago and elsowherp as for instance Lyman J Gage Joseph Medill and others as injecting objec tions embodying their most formidable argument and then proceed to answer them effectively and to complete silence Now this little book I find from nuns dealers is sold ten to one to any other It Is sold and read on traipa to a disgust ing extent It is a most entertaining little volume and I seo it being rend on trains in dopots discussed in local lyceums Ac everywhere It is sweeping over this country and in my opinion should bo answered by some ono who fully understands the subject that an sner should bo written with an equally facile pen I understand this little book has been purchased in large numbers by sliver people and distributed gratituous ly I do not know this but I do know that it was on the market here at 10 cents per copy and sold immensely It seems to me tho banking interests should take the requisite steps to publish a reply in equally attractive form and put it on tho market at lowest price as per- Â¬ reply to Coins an antidote haps School of Finance Ac To show the effect of this little hook a rather intelligent country banker called on mo recently with the book and asked mo if I could answer it saying ho was nearly convinced there was hope in the policy suggested and this against his will and it was r ad and then talked in his county and was making votes more rapidly than anything ho had over known I toferred hlmto ouibankers here lie said later he had talked with some one who passed it ov er lightl and did not reply My judgment from the present outlook is the Kastern conservatives of both par- Â¬ ties are likely to unite and possibly re Â¬ nominate Mr Cleveland who would carry the East and South no doubt tho East on his ablo conservatism and tho South because they could never voto other than tho Domocratic ticket thus insuring a vote which would elect and the West will undoubtedly support a Populist or free silverite unless there is a great change If this is not done I feel tho election will bo thrown into the House as the result of three tickets being in the field iu which case tho bat anco of power would be with tho free silver interests I believo a vote to day silver on tho naked question of a platform Nebraska would give it a major Â¬ ity of 50000 or nearly The suggestions are for what informa- Â¬ tion you may bo able to glean from them I believo the situation is critical Yours truly and of importance J H Buchanan This is tho most colicky manifestation we have yet seen among the enemies of constitutional monoy Mr Buchanan sees moro people of all classes in a month than alt the bankers of Will streot have ever feon outside of New York City in this country during their natural lives Ono can imagine the dismay which struck the self satisfied members of the Reform Club at being told by a stout opponent of silver coinago that both parties would bo unindated by tho frco silver coinage waves now rolling over tho country Tho Reform Club had supposed that they wero holding this thing down but here comes ono of their own men tells them that the arguments of the sil Â¬ ver men can not bo answered by the bankers out his way and that the situa Â¬ tion Is so critical that the banking inter eats Bhould tako the requisite steps toward the education of the people on this great subject What a distressing state of nflulrs What will be done What can be done The banking interest cannot reply to b canto Coins School of Finance Â¬ 10-to- -l they do not know what to siy Nobody knows what to say The reason for this was well stated by tho lato Justice Brad Â¬ ley of the United States Supreme Court a man of vast learning and ono who ha given great thought to all public questions lie said he had never seen an argument agaiust free silver coinage and that tho reason for this was that there was absolutely nothing to bo said by way of argument against it Of course tho bankers can engage any number of facile pens held by men who understand almost every subject Tho difficulty is that If they secure one who fully understands silver coinage hn will bo In fa or of it The little nest of ban Â¬ kers who weave their webs iu New York and who do u money lending business w hicli connects tht m w ith smaller spiders who weave smaller weebs hi other titles throughout the country havo hut little conception of what public opinion is When they have subsidized n few metro politan papers or s cured their co opera Â¬ tion by u natural agrc uient of in tenets thoy think they have taken security for tho future Thoy do not rcalizu that tho population of tho Uultid htates exceeds 70000000 nnd that more than 12000000 of voters d cido who our law makers shall ho Still less do they realizs the tremendous and irresistible fo ce of pub- Â¬ lic opinion which when aroused makes Its way to tlio pages of the statute book despite tho blandishments ol power and the corrupting influence of money Small politicians who go to Congress as an occupation may in ordinary times disappoint their constituents as many have done and allow the money power to control them to the breaking of their own pledges made to tho pcoplo who elected them But this is not an ordi- Â¬ nary time Whoever thinks it is let him read the above letter from Mr Buchanan a good business man who moves among tho people If any man thinks it is an ordinary timo let him watch for tho proceedingsof tho Illinois Democracy in Juno next Tho day for settlement is coming Tho peoplo can- Â¬ not be juggled with or put to sleep Thoy will not listen to any discussion cf the tariff nor of nny other question Tho minions of tho gold power will not dure to waste time on any discussions of sham issues They have got to discuss the money question and the discussion of it will only intensify tho popular will and carry forward tho cause of tho free and unlimited coinage of both metals at the ration of 10 to 1 by the United States without any regard to the acts or omissions of any other nation Wo hope President Clovoland will re Â¬ spond to the invitation to go to Chicago and talk- - agaimt silver coinago Let lilm bo followed by a swarm of political Insects buzzing around about maintain- Â¬ ing the parity between the two metals Let the great army of political smooth- Â¬ bores trimmers and liars get themselves together nnd devise now phrases in tho hope of cheating tho pcoplo Let tho Bpineless and opinionless acrobats of nothingness prepare to balanco them- Â¬ selves on tho tight ropo of political eva- Â¬ sion and when all is done tho great irresistible majority of that people will throw them aside as they would a lead dollar because they know the ring of silver as well as do the best of the pawn- Â¬ brokers Nothing can bo so helpful to the cause of bi metallism as a rally of its enemies and a loud din by them full of sound and fury signifying nothing Lot the patent inside nonspapers of which Secretary Morton is so liberal a patron have a chance All tho chatter- Â¬ ing that he and thoso like him can do will only swell the rising tide in favor of Â¬ Â¬ FEBRJJAEY 9970 MARCH 9735 CLIFTON MILLS WIISSSiSSiSSSSSSSSSS Ptn ijapT-fr NP7 such an extent that when ho attempted to throw it off ho found himself Incapable of to doing Every attempt had been mmlo to cure him in vain The medical history is thus Bet down by Dr Â¬ Mason By constant drinking X had so under minded Ills healtl that ho had violent attacks of vomiting blood which in sev Â¬ eral instauces nroved all but fatal Ono evening w lien lio camo into my office not intoxicated but much exhausted I told him to lio down on the lounge suiigpsting that ho might get a little sleep Up to that time I had never mentioned hypnotism to him but as lio lay diwn I begun making passes along his faro nnd chut and over ills body lie smiled as if understanding w hat f wus attempting and presently seemed to bo asleep I rained his hand It re Â¬ mained where I paced It Evidently ho was in the hypnotic Bleep Here was a younu man fast going to ruin who de Â¬ sired to bo freo from his wretched con- Â¬ dition but had not tho strength to frco himself Why should I not help him by suggestion I considered myself justified in trying I spoke to him in an ordinary tone Now you seo what a wretched condi- Â¬ tion you are in and what unhappiness you havo brought upon yourself and your family by your unfortunate habits You wish to be cured You shall be cured When you awake you will no longer havo any desire for alcoholic drink in any form You will dislike it and shun it in every form as your enemy Even the smell of it will bo disagreeable to you and will make you sick I repeated tho suggestion and then awokoliim He awoko cheerful and re- Â¬ freshed and without any knowledge that anything had been said to him dur- Â¬ ing his sleep Threo months later I had a letter from him baying he was in ex- Â¬ cellent health and had not drank a drop of any intoxicating liquorslnco tho even- Â¬ ing ho was in my office A year later he camo into my ofTn o looking halo and hearty I asked him what ho did after leaving my office that evening He re- Â¬ plied that ho w ent home and took a nap that about 11 oclock ho awoke and as usual thinking that he would go and have a drink went to tho saloon where lie was accustomed to drink On entering ho thought it nmelt very queer and disagreeable in fact it made him sick Ho went out without taking his drink went homo and went to bed and had not taken any liquor from that time to Tim suggestion made to tho present him while ho was In tho hypnotic state of which ho retained no recollection still controlled his actions and seemed to have eradicated hlsdipsomania At lanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ Tho health of the community is good Farm work is greatly delayed lu this section Wheat and oats aro looking well for such a backward spring Peaches aro killed but apples and a few varieties of plums aro safe at this writing Rev II C Hook met his regular ap polutmontsat this place Salutday and Sunday Mr Jos Cory and wife Rock Vale visited our place Sunday and Monday last A great many from Webster and vicin- Â¬ ity attended church hero Sunday Tho heaviest tain and hail fell here on April 1 that this section lias experienced for years p ilr linden and Thos Basham had a big log rolling April 4 After the Ions were all piled up a good supper awaited tho handp which was greatly appreciated A Sabbath school was organized at this place Sunday morning which is to oclock sharp tn ct each Sabbath at with the following officers- - H F Beard Superintendent Jas St Clair Assistant Dr Parks Teacher of the first bible class Everybody Is cordially invited to attend and patronize this good wotk Great damage lias been done in this and adjoiniug neighborhoods recently by fire A very destructive firo originated from a dead tree on fire iu Jeff Jollys new ground cleared in B A Parks woods pasture which burned all day March 28 doing but little damage other than destroying young timber but on Friday 21 tho wind como up refreshing the burning trees and logs driving the angry flames witli great rapidity in another direction devouring everything in its path and it was with proper man- Â¬ agement from a number of faithful men that any fencing w as sav ed and adjoining neighbors escaped a great loss which he feels very grateful that the loss was no greater and very thankful to all who so willingly assisted in extinguishing the flames He Is also thankful and unJer many obligations to the thirty four kind men who camo in to the working on April 2 and assisted in replacing tho rails that wero burned also the ladles who assisted his wife in cooking and preparing the meals Tho loss of rails is about 4500 About 3000 wero replaced at the working and 134 pannels of fenco built which was a big days work The loss of timber is great about sevonty threo acres of wood land burned over 1 24 RATES DAY Thsmoit centrally located Hotel In the city J JOHNSON 5 lOTJISiLLE Ky HEADQUARTERS ROSES BULBS PLANTS and SEEDS SETS TRY OUR UNRIVALED TOST OfFICI FXirAID ATVOUK DILIVKXSD TO ALL OLfff CATALOOUB OF ISO PACtCB TRY AND BE PLEASED WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION 50c TRIAL SETS OUR Set A Srt St t Set II Set F II loru 10 Superb Ererbloomlng Koiei10 10oru 10 Prirs Clirjiantlirnniim In Cernnliinn 10 cbolceit colort 10 lint 10 StttCTIOH OF SORTS Srt Srt Srt Srt Srt Srt V Srt II Set II Srt J K I M O Srt P colon 10 New SUmmotli Vrrbnst 10 Sweeten Crmiatlom everbloomlnK 10 lortf 10 New llellotropei moit fragrant lu aorta 10 Hard Hbriiba leading aorta 10 varletlea 45lh YEAR 10 Oladlolua including Lbilda 10 colora 8 Heat Uraierfne Horn all different colora 4 ACRES 4 Select Sorta 1rench Oannaa beat bloomera UNDER 10 Inea and Creepera for Porch or Datketa OLASS 0 terna and Moaaea for Fernerlea 10 Foliage Planta brlgbteat hardleat Seada lelect IS Packeta Choice Flaweratrong 2 Flnsuracerul Ialma NEUNER Louisville Ky Address NANZ Prompt Attention Paid to Horse Senn 25mP5 Bills Co At This Office Ackermann Brewing IltorniKTons EXPORT BOTTLE BEER MAIN STREETBRRWERY for Family Use TvVvviiolvilHisa ONLY 2 LOUISVILLE KY BIG SHOE SALE B B CENTS It will bo an agreeablo surprise to per sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to Â¬ Remarkable Book A Good learn that prompt relief may bo had by taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In many instances the attack may be prevented by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptoms of tho disease appear 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher Clover port Ky and Klncheloe Board Har Â¬ It is a book for everybody who de- Â¬ dlnsburg Ky sires to know the facts about liauce COINS Financial School and currency Sweet Thing S H 0 E With every pair of Shoes you are entitled to a guess Guess tho number of card seeds iu S H 0 ELEGTROPOISE THE GREATEST CURATIVE AGENT KNOWN Pumpkin 3 Prizes Offered First best Guess 200 lbs sugar 100 Second 50 Third Additional to our prizes no aro giving some great bar- Â¬ gains in our II YOU WANT TO KNOW All About Gold IP YOU WANT TO KNOW S A free coinage Those who never read the advertise- Â¬ ments in their newspapers miss 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 He procured the same medicine and to use his own words It cured me right up A neighbor He also Bays and his wife wero both sick in bed with rheumatism Their boy was over to my houso and said thoy were so bad he had to do the cooking I told him of Cham- Â¬ berlains Tain Balm and how it had cured me ho got a bottle and it cured thern up in a week CO cent bottles for salo by A R Fisher Clovorport Ky and Klncheloo Board Hardlnsburg Ky A Hero Rarely has there been made a finer or more heroic display of faithfulness to duty n circumstances that would havo excused if not justified a violation of duty than is offered In the case of the Jacksonville policeman who having at the risk of his own lifo arrested a negro murderer who had just shot dead the officers own brother protected his pris- Â¬ oner from the instant vengeance which was another policeman eager to inflict upon him So often do stories of an altogether different tenor come from the South that too much emphasis can hardly bo placed upon this one Lieut Minor would have earned but faint re Â¬ prehension had he have killed or allow- Â¬ ed to be killed the tavago beast In his official charge Instead he hose to sink private wrongs for the sake of a public right to the law hi debtor and the State of Florida has a right to be proud of pooeaslug a hero N V Times The Mnlt S Having read the same you may copy it if you d ol re to I wish you would re Â¬ turn it and I will then write Mr Buchanan Possibly oar frieilu of the Reform Club may be heefited by seeing Mr Buchanans eommBiiIoatlon Very truly yours Fhbmokt Elkhorn and Migmuki Val iKYRAjLftOAB J Stmuno Monro J k BaclBato 8cftarr Morton Company 4 4HBB Berofukt and Uood HEAD AND SHOULDERS above every otuer woou- puritfer stands Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Bee Ue evi Â¬ i dence o It Its sold In every case m trial It It ever fall to benefit or cure you have your mmiey pack strength erupUoa or the wont In btatidteK up wholesome Sesfa when youre thin asd weak theres noting to equal the ItaooveryH In every disease caused by a torpid liver or impure f ik II atinrlsu tauxl ittad in cleaning your up IJood from every Impur Ky whether its a simple T1 your in restoring youre when l M 1asmVoiw Qbpartmrnt MbbchaxW C4R THIIrTMMTH J JL ani Fahnam tb UKtt Ou aha Nm Mawh Btwhwaa GBfrl Fwwmgpr i remedy its the only Is lUMMYM J BCSHWAW Of WfMWfc trrnmi My wwepoy wss so wewwi Hvefirouble sad other iMfessej that our M Owtf wjTOtqMV Ju Wer an IWUfH so 1 yam mm ur guarati Brutaes Sores UUwrs Sores TeUerChapped Bt Salve lackWi Aral 1b Salve the world for Culr WtItiieureFmr HaBdCliilblIiM oovery tor throat aa4 bsoaohM sfour le m4 fouaa swob serfeet MUM VsesM Ussjsy fUfMy zsssnrssansna and posÂ¬ Coraa and all Skis Eruption itively curea Pile or bo tay required It U guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ faction or money refunded Priee 6 cento per box Foreale by AK Fiaher Six weeks use of the Electropoiso It cured a friend of the opium habit permitted to make this extract I have also benefited me a great deal I Buffer Â¬ no hesitation In recommending Dr ed with kidney trouble Rev W Bruco Kings New Discovery as the results Hopklnsville Ky wero almost marvelous in tho case of my While I was pastor of the Baptist wife From tho editorial columns of tlo church at Rives Junction sho was brought If there is any truth Western Recorder down with Pneumonia succeeding La in men and women it does Indeed bene- Â¬ Grippe Terrible paroxysms of coughing fit In hundreds of cases of all kinds of would last hours with little interruption A friend who had suffered sickness and it seemed as if she could not survive long with nervous prostration wrote that them A friend recommended Dr Kings it had cured her A gentleman in the New Discovery it wa quick in its work city who a year ago seemed to have and highly satisfactory in results Trial only a fow days of life left him by con- Â¬ bottles freo at A R Fishers drug store sumption has greatly improved has Regular size 60c and 100 been able to go on uninterrupted with his Two other personal friends business The Easter Youths Companion said noihjng had ever done so much for Tho Youths Companion always good Nothing has ever their rheumatism has a way of outdoing itself I The Easter received so many testimonials from trust- Â¬ Doublo Number just received is an issue worthy persons of raro excellence Its handsome and appropriate cover is a fitting introduction One nights use of the Electropolse to its contents gave me relief brain congestion and Dorothys Easter and A Corner In vertigo I have been a well man over Eggs in this number aro two Easter since Rov George II Means Coving- Â¬ stories charmingly told stories to bo ton Ky read and enjoyed by every member of the family The Story of a Statue by Electropoiso put out on trial for the Marquis of Lome prepared for The four months for 10 Send for valuablo Companion in collaboration with tho book free Princess Louise is an article of unusual WEBB DUBOIS Interest The Romauce of a Shoal an Ky OOO Fourth Avenue Louisville adventure story by W Clark Russell is NOTICE one of the best from thepen of this noted I waxt every man and woman In the TTnltsa wiiter SUtai Intsretied In the Opium and Whliky Tho reader will find in this Easter aiblu to bavs one of my books on these tfli asses Number of The Companion a rich treat Box 9M Addreti II M beWoollsy Atlanta Us tenljontrso ana one will of the very best stories poetry practical information and miscellany for which The Companion has become famous the world over and this number alone is well worth the cost of the paper for an Eibst By tho pu chase of only so entire year much land as they can pay for 8BCOND By not attempting to culti- Â¬ Some folks will think that Dr Bells vate too much land Pine Tar Honey is no better than the Thikd By the use of the brat ma Â¬ common cough remedies until they try chinery and the thorough cultivation of crops planted it Tiiea they will know for themselves allIn machinery tho ACME Totinglesa sale by Cultivator ia far In advanco of all other that its the beet on earth For Haynee Cloverporti Dr R machines Short The teel Beam Cultivator Is an ex Â¬ IK MeMullin McDanifllsM Meyer cellent machine and le Kino or Cork Co Buras Geo Heyser Constantlne Piow A Taylor Iteeeita Drury Beuaott A Next cornea e Open or Closed Wheel Co Bewleyvllle Ky W E Brown Irv Cora Planter These machines will help you to make money and are lugtoB Ky Juo P NIchole Garfield FOR 8ALEiY Ky At R Morris Big Sprit Ky wo aro Marvelous Results From a letter written by Rev derman of Dlmondale Mich OPIUM HABIT CURED rejad it Silver L E J Gun All About IK YOU TZjJUJJD WANT TO KNOW it All About Currency 7K II YOU WANT TO KNOW BBAi IT IBJLD IT Shoe What Causes the Hard Times Department Well save you monoy on tho purchaso of a pair of Shoes It give is a book for the people nuil will ihom moro correct information about Gold Silver ud Currency Thats Just Not Dll as likely you may bo ono of tho lucky threo This offer will close April 15th 1805 Kvorlastlng bargains at tho Than will bo found in any book on political economy It is bo plain and simple that any ono can easily understand It It is a book for the business inn ten in the interest of each of them Democrat Whether Republican or Populist every roan who votes should read It SUUE TO CAM Oil I r WIII SKNI IOU IT COST YOU IOSTIAIU Great Bargain Store the professional man the farmer nnd the laboring man It was writ- Â¬ GEO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KV nu M How Farmers can Hake Honey Only 25 Cents Jno D BIG SHOE SALE GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT Babbage KY CO KENTUCKY OLOVEItrOUT OBT IN QUANTITY BESTINQUALf Alio Wholcaale and Hatall Ocalcra In WORMS vermifuge WHITES CHUN FOR SO YEARS sasTut Yellow Pine Flooring and Cellini ShlsftlM Hair Utbi Ceaeit Line Brick T ChlrdrnOryfr Pitcher CMtrla MWHIUN IRVINGrTONrKT Has lad all WORM Namedled EVERY I0TTLE fMMNTEEI aHU M V All DatUCHMaHW MfaUMSM Sash art Bllndi Own aid aH kinds or iulMlnj Malaria Sola Afsas for Hemesteari Fertlllme and Trey r CrJsr 1111 l t ST LSTOS ssomsJs4 wfth tk fs Mcattr THia 3RRaKBLjsmiraL Breckenridge Jno D V tiiwm W TIME TABLE otevBLHLipbRT icy RUTH Mrs 1 ffMMMtNmvtW News 17 1805 BRANDENBURG Mrr E Dowdy Is quite nick Chas M Nevitt was at home Sunday Prank Dittos wife and children have very soro eyes Mlis Emily Mumford of Guston visited Miss Jen Hardin last week Mr Eugono Hardcsty and Misses Lula 0 BilWgt Editors snd rroptliVtt WEDNESDAY APML Bnbiotlptloa Tear la AdTiaos Filas 100 If PI J at tin End of A Tear 8125 SIX PAGES Peach and plum ticca aro nil in bloom In these parls Â¬ Michigan Democrats and tlio Senate of Tenneaeo liavo both declared for free silver at 10 to 1 Julius Hardin is a red hot silver advo- Â¬ cate and by the- way is one of the best posted men on the subject In tho county - has an nounccd himself a candfdalo for the Legislature in Hancock county Subject to tho action of tho Democratic paity W 0 P Baker of HawesvllU Last Saturday was tho first real spring day no have had Tho sun shono with n warmth and brightness that gave fresh Tho very lowers life to everything seemed to lift their tiny petals as if cloth Â¬ ed with new life and beauty received from natures richest storehouse The rumor current on tho street one day last week that there was a case of small pox in tho lower part of this town made such a stir among some of our peo Â¬ ple as wo have not seen for sometime Close investigation by the Mayor and other authorities proved tho report to 13 absolutely groundless however There will bo a Democratic couven tlou held in Owensboro next month This is right in tho hot bed of tho silver movement in this state Wo shall see if this convention has back bone enough to tackle the silver question It will be a good time and placo to start tho ball to rolling Ik silver is cheap and nasty accord ing to the Louisvillo Post its tho money of tho people is now and always has been Its a money that people carry in their purses to spend not to hoard Wo want a money that circulates that keeps moving that brings prosperity to all tho people that doesnt go into stockings and United States bonds The spending of money is what brings individual wealth and general prosperity after all Report of Cloverport High School Juihic J 1 Demp3cy was in our town for tho Month Ending and county lost week and made a good day April 5 1805 impression on our people Tho Judgo Kendrick Board went to Glendeane is a candidate for Railroad Commissioner 122 Number girls enrolled laat week to take charge of the railroad mibject to tho a tion of tho Democratic 10 Number bojs enrolled office n few daya in the absence of Mr convention which meets in Owensboro 21S Whole number pupils enrolled Curtis 1 May There is no discount on tho 111 Average daily attundance Julian Brown has had his confection- Â¬ 11 Judges Democracy or to his sterling Tho Easter services at tho Catholic Average daily absence worth as a man Tho Democrats of this church wero very interesting The or- Â¬ Per cent of atteiulauco 01 ery store room remodeled and painted county should give Mr Dempseys claim ganist choir and altar boys gave evidence Number cases Uidiness 11 up and it is greatly Improved in appear- ranee fair consideration 14 of careful training Tho altar was pret- Â¬ Number of visitors Charley Beard Amos BoarJ Jones no li of noNoit tily decorated Father Herbuth give us A home says Dr Parkhurst to bo per Â¬ an impressive sermon on tho resurrection Mercer and Iwrenco Miller left Monday HIOIl SCHOOL UKPAKTMENT fect and entire needs not only father A great many persons of all denominaThird year Olivia Fallon Mabel Car for the Fulls of Rough to spend several mother and children but n dwelling tions attended Brother Edwards from sou Stella Muljen Mary Ryan Maxle da s fishing placo that is flagrant witli its own mem Â¬ Theological Seminary filled Brother Bandy Clint Hook has been doing somo work ories hallowed by its own associations Hngans pulpit and preached a strong Second yenr Marion Bow raer Mamie in the County Cleiks office It is the marked by its own characteristics and gospel sermon Brother Hagan is at Dollnven Betsie Jarboe Rosa Ryan general opinion that ho will remain as distinctions of style manner and envi- West Point conducting revival services MargaretSkilhnan Ernest Boyd Hovlous Mr Cunninghams pormanent deputy ronment so that it shall stand utterly The special services at the M E church Behen Harry iiamman Prcctor Keith Major Morris of Louisville was here by itself in tho childs regard and bewere not gotten up Tho time was when Wallio Lisbon Willie Mullen Albert last Saturday Mr Morris lias control of come permanent ground from which he the Juvenilo Missionary tho Sunday Solbrig Herbert Riedel the asphalt mines at Garfield He says shall draw nutriment through all tho School tho Young Ladies Missionary all First year Lena Hrtinman Margaret work will begin there about tho first of years of his lengthening and expanding rendered creditable exe cises It cer- Howard Mannio next month Minnie Oglesbey life tainly keeps up an interest especially White Forest Freeman Kenneth Ferry Mr and Mrs 0 L Beard were in Lou- Â¬ witli the children Fonzo Kingsbury Robt Witt isville a few days last week The Republicans now it s ems are Miss Diisy C1KAMMAR DEPARTMENT Miss Fannie Clarkson oldest daughter strongly advocating the very thing in Mercer accompanied them Intending to Gibson Sixth grade Pea Adelia politics which a few years ago they of Mr and Mrs B 8 Clarkton born have her eyes treated but her physi Â¬ Moorman Eliza May Nellie Gregory cian advised her to defer the matter could hardly find language strong enough Richardson of Big Springs died at Chi- Â¬ Delia Batt Efiie Suaggot Stella McUav to condemn A party convention they cago last week of small pox She at first ock awhile Carrie Grihini Bertie McGavock thought she had measles and telegraphed argued was tho most demoralizing thing Mrs Ami Beard died hero last Satur Â¬ Mary Dean Mary La Heist Joe DHuy the people could get up Such lias been for her mother who upon arriving found Shelby Conrad Moorman Willis Joe day at her daughters Mm Richard their try for tho post ten years Yet her daughter at the hospital with the Fallon Wilburn Gregory Lnfo Behen Mays residence Mrs Beard was quite last Monday at Hitrdinsburg all the dread malady Fannie had been in Fifth grade Muriel Gregory Uraclo au old lady and had been feeble for leading Republicans were in a conven- Â¬ Chicago for two months for n courso in sometime She was buried at tho fami Â¬ Plank Edith Heron Ilallie Warfleld tion as deeply alive to the proceedings voice culture She had no idea how she Leila Daniel Irtne Jarboe Ida Hamp- Â¬ ly grave yard near town as actions could indicate The meeting could hao contracted the contagion ex- Â¬ ton Ruth llaym s David May Isadore was to send delegates to tho State Re- Â¬ cept from tho clothes of her room mate GLENDEANE Chaa Berry Chas Zirckel Pophara who had been to Hot Springs Mrs publican convention Louisville Edmund Wroe John Wendelken Wai- not seo her child of course Miss Amanda Dean leaves tc day for A whole evening was taken up in deter Â¬ Clarkson did fleld Collins Ira Bchon Louisville mining who the delegatesshould be and but sho was assured she received extra intkuukdiate department Edgar Lewis was here a day or two caro and attention skilled nurses ministhen they didnt seem to mako a satis Â¬ Lizzlo Batt Edna Jar last week Fourth grade tered unto her and the best phycicians factory job of it Tho negroes and Ball hop Sallle Swajrgot Maud Witt Carl Mr Gus Lewis is away at Hardinr town Republicans wero completely ig were by her bedside When tho sweet burg and Cloverport nored in the representation and this spirit lieu wnen me blue eyes wero Lishen Hovlous IUfloityWavySampley Miss Cilia Robertson of Hardinsburg would seern to bo hardly fair If there closed when those beautiful white hands Geo Wendelklu Third grade Carl Gregory Willie is visiting here at this writing are any faithful Repuclicaiis they aro were folded if mama was not there kind Mrs Joe Mattingly and children went those at Balltown nnd so far as tho col- and gentle ones with sympathetic hearts Lewis Jesse Moorman Wearda Graham to Hardinsburg Saturday to return to- Â¬ ored brother is concerned it looks like performed the last sad offices She was Clara Dyer Etlnd Heron Lessle Newton day ho is only needed when ho is to he but- Â¬ laid to sleep in a lot In the cemetery pur- Â¬ Maggie Wroe PRIMARY DEPARTMENT A rather taking young travelling man tonholed around on olection day Be- Â¬ chased by her father and from afar her Second giade Efton Beavin Harry Mr D T Wells was hero last week fore tho Republicans go too far in their heart broken mother viewed tho ccn eagerness to capturo tho earth for Re- Â¬ signing of all that was earthly of her Beverley Annie Bell Boyd Annie Jar- Â¬ with Edgar Lewis Operator Curtis is rather lonely now Fan boe Ree Willla publicans and Republicanism they Idolized child to Mother Earth First grade George Bojtl Fred New Â¬ Mrs Curtis is away for several weeks should first begin to practice a little con- Â¬ nio was a graduate of Miss Nolds Semi- Â¬ at accom- Â¬ ton Maggie Bum Katie Moorman Edna Princeton Indiana sistency They should giveall tho mem- Â¬ nary Louisville A biilliant bers of their party a show in politics plished girl of superior advantages Mattingly Mrs Billy Mattingly has been in Lou- Â¬ Primary grade My i tie Cunningham and not delegate all the honors to a socially musically and intellectually isville for tho past week having her eyes select fow Tho convention thoy have Sho was ono of the loveliest brightest Eddie Lishen Wade Witt trente d Sho will bo away sometime yet J II Looan Stljit just hold is only tho forerunner of anoth- Â¬ pupils I ever instructed in music and Kenny Board of Hardinsburg had er that is soon to comu on to select a over evinced a warm attachment for me charge of the telegraph office whilo Mr POPLAR FLAT candldato for tho Legislature Then as her first teacher She was a devoted Curtis accompanied his wife as far as Farmers are badly behlud with their Louisvillo there will bo some high old pulling and Episcopalian and a member of Christs scrambling sure enough We hope how Â¬ Cathedral But dear Fannio celebrated work owing ti the late spring Little Qttor Owen was kicked by a ever that our friends will not bo so her Easter with Gods redeemed in Most of the farmers in this section aro horse Satuiday fortunately however eager to get a little office as to forget all Mansions prepared for His own her preparing for a largo crop of tobacco he was not badly hurt but the escape volco blending with tho angelic Choir consistency in the beginning of their Mr and Mrs J F Shollman went to was u narrow one convention business and spoil all their in sweet Hosannas to Him who has Owensboro latt Friday to visit her sister Buck Moorman is in Louisville arisen and gone above Wo know she is work in tho start Mrs Grouse seeing about tiie cost of chartering a saved happy rancomed and thus we Francis Stllwell who has lived on J train to Niagra Falls and Toronto Can Â¬ will ever think of her wbllo the mound Deafness Cannot be Cured M Shellmaua farm for eleven years has ada Will give further particulars next by local applications as they cannot that claims her mortal frame is strewn moved across Sinking Creek to work for week s with Easter lilies violets and reach tho diseased portion of tiie ear A Mr Maiden and family recently let us cay In the words of her Patrick Masterson on a farm known as There is only one way to euro Deafness Jesus Christ hast overcome the Solomon Stllwell farm The writer moved here from the Falls He was ar church and that is by constitutional remedies wishes you all the good luck Francis rested last week and taken to Hartford Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- Â¬ death and opened unto us the gate of to answer for some former mieconduct everlasting life The parents and loved dition of tho mucous lining of the Eusta Â¬ Salesmen Wasted chian Tube When this tube gets ones havo tho Christian religion to sup Good wages to sell our nutsery stock pistol carrying probably inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or port and sustain them which is all there Apply for terms Miss Mattie Owen has brought on an Wo will have for imperfect hearing and when jt is entirely is for any of us in sore trials and be- Â¬ Spring and fall 1805 an immense stock elegant line of millinery which she to closed Deafness is tho result and unless reavements of apple pear peach plum Apricot selling at Mrs Lucy Hunters Pretty tho Inflammation can be taken out and Tho B Cycle Club assembles every cherry grape etc Also small fruits bats and pretty girls are all that are to tills tubo restored to its normal condi- Â¬ afternoon for a tour of the principal shade and ornamental trees rosea etc be found lu Miss Mattiea establishment tion hearing will be destroyed forever thoroughfares Each rider seems much We make a specialty of wholesaling to Saaford Baaham of Rock Vale and aa We will sell to nine cases out of ten aro caused by Interested and la earnest Henry Nevitt large planters direct unpurchased eoat got out of Bock Moor Â¬ and take note payable catarrh which Is nothing but an in Â¬ and John Powell give tangible evidence responsible parties eighteen months mans afore together a few days since In six twelve and flamed condition of tho mucous surfaces of success Dr John Hardin and Dr Write us for wholesale prices Address Qabe Smith thought Baeham was aetlag Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for Wells are equipped witli the road mt SOUTIIKRN NUBSXBY Co Btupkiottely and by a little Investi Â¬ any casa of Deafnesa caused by catarrh chlnes All of you cycling brothers bad Winchester Tenn gating It waa found beat to arret Baa that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh better have them so as to overcome tla ham He confessed gave p the eoat Powder ami accompanied constable Caiwile to Inequalities of muddy roada and study Curo Send for circulars free Mgkwt ot mil In twmlmg Ilardiiwburif where lw now reaides with F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 up on pneumatic tires and cuahlon tlrec Inflation of Una flexion etc ami so on GttaShellmaN ftirSold by Druggist 72c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ forget-me-notÂ¬ and Minnie Bland went to St Martins last Sunday Mr and Mrs W II Hlchardton were in town last Saturday tho quests of Dr and Mrs Pusoy Misses Lllllo and Virgio Rhodes will entertain the B 0 Circle to morrow atcrnoon Thursday Damo Fashion and her sleeves wero on dress parado last Sunday with Roman hyacinths thrown in Dr Pusey and Dr Wells were kept busy last week vaccinating white and black of all agej flocked Dr Henry Shacklett is at homo look- Â¬ ing quite himself after hard study and closo application at the Medical College Miss Jennie Hurley New Albany and Bertie and Ilia Richardson Louisville are guests of the Misses Lewis Miss Nellie Lewis has received a num- Â¬ ber of handsome presents and some as handsome await her at the grooms home I hope Beech Grove will wield her quill every week Thauksmost awfully for that compliment and I know Big Spring has dolled his hat Some pretty Easter bonnets and hats shied out last Sunday in spite of sprinkle wind and clouds Tho sun peeped occasionally but not to warm only to stnilo a short greeting Mr George Wright left last Friday L r Louisvillo Ho seemed to possets a battery of chai ins and made n sad at- Â¬ tempt to play no favorite but his efforts didnt plan out well Miss Linnio Moremen entertained a few friends on last Monday her birth- Â¬ day She hopes no one felt offended if not Included her mothers indisposition prevented a general invitation I notice ex Gov Simon B Buckner will make a personal carvass of nearly every county in tho State and will prob ably mako a Bpeech in many of the Iowls Let us hope this burg is on the program for ono of his rousing Demo- Â¬ cratic ones I am in receipt of tho Blue and Gold published monthly by the students of Bethel College Russellvllle and ot which our Meado county young man I have Percy Taylor is Editor-in-Chiculled some sparkling gems from the llttlo pamphlet and some of the brightest are from tho pen of the Editor himself Â¬ ifrnMtnW tvufa LToKlay at high noon at the resldpnce of the hiide s parentr Mr Jesse Herndon and Miss Nullo It LmvIs wero united in marripgo by the Rev T M Hawis1 of Louisville Mr Geo go AltiidahtP Wool folk nml Mlm Bertha Lewis Mr Itoht llenilon and Mini Allicnu Mur Â¬ ray of Clovcipoit MifB Agues Malin played tho wedding march The bride was arrayed in an elegant costume of nuw spring material with accessories of chiffon nnd ribbon com Â¬ bining to mako n lovely April bridq The groom wore his honors royally in handsome widdlng garments The brides maids were bright as the hues of blossoms and with tho grooms men formed n brilliant coteile Tho assem blage was composed of the representative people of this and adjuluing counties as well as guests from Louisvillo and New Albany The trousseau is ono of elegant simplicity from Alpha to Omega perfect and refined tatc prevail n characteristic of the sweet bride herself An elegant luncheon was served after which tho bridal pirty It ft for the homo of the groom mar Irviiigton where to monow Thursday a rieepllon rtlll bo tendered them Nellu kaca an atmosphere of love and nfTiction but she goes to a lovely home where peace happiness and plenty reigns Her grand mother Mrs James Fairleigh has sent me the following lines as n sweet tribute tiring flowers freh fljiir Â¬ HARDINSBUWfl L H J M C Jones hat been quite Le nick OOtltO WtftT Pamoger Daily rr HrdlDbrgltlI KT iru 0 Jones went to uisville Satur Â¬ Â¬ m OOIKO Faiienirer Dally arr tlnllntnrr 7t40 am day Jna day Cooper went to Fordsvilie Sun m ff cwraiNii CLffTHIffQ cMmiiNW ill in i i Thomas Dully has l ono to T xaa Edgar Lewis was hero n few days last week Miss Efflu Smith Is visiting mar Bew Â¬ loyville Mm Blanche Moeely is visiting In J week week W Jones went to Shell villa last T Jones Jonua Station wan hero this Ahuon Sunday Much Cooper went to McDaniels fencing was lost hero by fire t in I liinlirv v in1 For the bride to wear They were born to btush In hcrihlnliiK hiir She li leaving the home mirth Ol her childhood She bids farewell To her fathers hearth Her place it now Ily another tide Ilring flowers fresh flowers For the fair young bride Lovingly iBAN D Louisville Sheriff Pate went to Hartford latt Fri day on legal business James Kennedys baby died n few days sin co with diptbcrla Prcf Shacklett has ordered a new bell for the col I ego building Rev S K Breeding was on tho sick list a few days last week The carpenters have begun work on Focian Guthries new house Juniui Mattingly and his sister were hero last Sunday from Sample Mrs Hiram Carlton was hero Monday visiting her sister Mrs J A Witt Mrs Bowmer and her mother Mrs Gardiner were in Louisville last week Mrs Emma Berkley Stephensport was here last week visiting Mrs Lum Smith Another excursion from Fordsvilie to Louisville is announced for the second of recently Mr Win King Oaou and wife havo moved here Lud Moorman will probably not move to Glendeane Jacob Cooper Oaks was visiting rela m iu itt i i HI Faultless in Style jij Â¬ tives hero Sunday J D Cooper tho Fordsvilie druggist was hero this week Aitliur Goodman ilarnod was heio several days this week E P Brlte has bought tho houso and lot owned by R II Eskridge A merchant with good stock of mer Â¬ chandise would do well here Mr Marion Wilson Fordsvilie visited his sister Mrs E II Cooper Monday Mrs Jacob Cooper and Mrs Fran chctte were hero from Oaks Thursday S T Howard and sister Ivn were visiting relatives In Ohio county last week Irrisistible in Price Tho oxtromoly low prico9 of wool rt3 you know has mado w ui Clothing Cheap And when wo say cheap wo mean giotl nil wool clothing at a very low prico Our now Spring and Summer lino is now com pleto June MOTIIE Dr Bulls 1inc Tar Honey is difieren from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inllammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for sale by Short Ifaynes Cloverport Di It II M McMullin McDaniels Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Con Â¬ Taylor Rosettaj Drury stantino Bennett Co Bewloyville Ky W E Drown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring A Ky Miss Cora Mattingly sister of Mrs Reberla McGary was hero visiting last Sunday Mrs Burrel Beard accompanied by her two daughters spent a part of last week in Louisville A large crowd from Long Lick was hero lost Sunday attending servicer at tho Catholic church Miss Celesta Beavin and Charles Drury Bewleyvllle wore here last week visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Lum Smith Amos Board has retired from his clerk- Â¬ ship at the Hambleton House and has been succeeded by Alex West The Third Quarterly meeting of the M E church South will be held at Web Â¬ ster next Saturday and Sunday There will be preaching out at Antioch church every Sunday night and prayer meeting on Saturday night foin now on Len Mattingly and Miss Pool from the Long Lick neighborhood wero married in the Catholic church here laat Sun The timber bought of II C Cooper was worked with a nice profit for Moor Â¬ man Dean Co Luther Sinlth returned from Jackson county this week Ho will probably not II movo his factory 111 D 0 demons has bought tho Kirk property situated on Railroad street and is now living there More dwellings are needed here Recently several families havo moved here and coud not be accommodated to a house Hawkins Smith Garfield who has been attending to tho hauling of ties for Moorman Dean Co returned homo Saturday 0 II Cooper and wife Louisville camo down on the Cth to spend aoveral days with their mother Were recalled to the city by telegram Tuesday We regret to learn that Mrs Jennie Craigs friends fear Bho may never bo able to walk again from tho effects of the fall she received during the sleet On tho oth Inst Mr Newton Hedden aged 88 years died at Ids residence west of here On the 11th his daughter Mrs Anderson died of pneumonia By the kind assistance of neighbors in erecting new fencing Joe Cooper and E P Brito wero enabled to save their wheat and meadow from the stock after the fire Mr Jasper Wilson Earlington hss been nursing his sister Mrs E II Coop- Â¬ er during the lost mouth Mrs Cooper is very low with that dread disease con sumption Citizens uere linvo been asked to sign a petition to the county for help for Newton Moxley who claims he was dis abled for work while in the cnlaliooee at Fordsvilie Will Carwlle arrested Sanford Basham one day this week He was accused of stealing a suit of clothes from W C Moorman Glondeano and waa lodged in Jail at Hardinsburg Isaac Deweese has purchased the busi- Â¬ ness houso of J T Jones at Rock Vale and will continue to accommodate the people in his line of goods Mr Jones is now in the timber business In his apology to tho President the 1 J Lansing has contrived to intro- Â¬ duce matter in aggravation of the orig- Â¬ inal slander He makes himself out a contemptible sneak afraid to stand by his lies about the President jet not manly enough to make a complete re Â¬ traction N Y Times Rev iii Stylish Guts for Men The ill latest for Youths and Boys Our Childrens lino com- prising many Novelties and aro hoth hcautiful and cheap Not being handicapped with any old stock wo are ablo to offer you tho latest styles at tho lowest possiblo prices 1 j i - m g 1 VEST To All the People Greeting You are cordially invited to call and see our New Stock of V Ijeneral lVJLerchandise just opened in Guston Kjt 1 iTa1l - F LOEB HAKE MONEY CO YOU CAN liable commission merchants and because they caa handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper A trial shipment solicited Write to them for quotations before shipping Specialties Eggs Butter Poultry Fruits of all kinds Beans Potatoes Onions Hay Grain Headquarters for Furs Hides and Wool Capital 4000000 Liberal advances made On con Â¬ signments General correspondence solicited UiSSSsassfSSSSPS ut tuusc iney arc me largest ana most I- - re- Â¬ BEATS BEATS THHM Bargains in V NEATS AM V i SARSAPARILLA BEST BLOOD PTJIUITEB HaaaalBawrr wi WaaaMK 91 Watehes REMEMBER Thoy IN Till WORU Compounded of natures great Â¬ est curative herbs Successful for 20 years In the cure of all diseases arising from impure blood Ask for Neats and take no other During tho months of MARCH and APRIL I will cut prices on all my Watches THE MONTHS MARCH will bo so low that you cannot como and seo thorn without carrying away a valuablo and beautiful watch in your pocket and see mo you anything Come Neats Sanaparllla la for sale by AJR FISHER Druggist Cloverport Ky in I will tako ploasuro in showing I havo in stock and APRIL KY r V BE CURED tjh9HI M paAPPIRMAN thewldelykpown special lit after veers of study has so perfected bit yiten of rull treatment that be caa bow aiiure the Jick aad a permanent cure at their bomea at lufferlnr that ia attoa a price vrhlngly low Thousand are availing them elvca of thla golden opportunity and dreda of testimonials are oa file taowinchum the efficacy ol the treatment ames Kincheloe THE JBWHLHB forth The Beet Sheet Least HARDINSBURG All Chronic DisÂ¬ ease Treated CATARRH DCAfNCaC anoNCHiai and tuna TRavaicHCHTaTeM ach uvea AND SOWIL MeiAus nttrar rut raavoiw MHAvamN W PaHl w r K V iaV 4aaW am L ROYALBaklng all Piuaik DiatAtra Uatck aad pet maneat carta gaaraateao New tret latest fur ML1M and ULCMRS Young or aid mea eaSJeriag from martCY BlAWUn UftlMAItr MICAMt MOOS MlUt ma wtAKHf as ciHAuaTiM actually re stored to vior health aeTnaupljMM Dr Ap4waa baa auodaUU with arm a lull sua expert apeeialUta who oartfalhr ee Mar ukr ease aad oranare the nrooar rasa- VWHMUH aad opiaioa fmtm fcr mail TreatRMat Mratalwd at Um of 2 TU MOUTH Write tu freely and fully aa4 eaeloa stamp for symptom blink Mo i Catarrh No i XoC MmfF AM NCVDAlaiA The beat aad matt ecieailAc treatment or KIN UATWM MHUH HMIU sm W 4Ja4 sm aaV vrm mi mjaaaaaaW fcv 3 SHOE K Oae Mllllaa L L DOUGLAS 1 I aaiaW I Maallr ire ih bm value lor tbe taoser erequat eoMora eeoe la Mle aa4 fit YLaB fka mL qualities are wpmd vu Iform YesaTaV trim toS MTd orer otter makae roar dealer caaaoi subbSioi we eea a at m atm am - M reaale wear the IlnilAlaa 9 on 4 tA fil- aallaiaatJrr fc- r- - III rT ZK iC l K MHglSTWTtaefp- pIM BaBaaBaBaBaBaBaaaBaBaBaBaBaBaaaBaar aaPl fca-a- m aWleaakllaeM Xm SKSI7B KttaeelTK UatHUfe LeV CairaaXaawtrM IL CO WW VTfc- your dealer eiaaet easwar tow wrwe rer eaiewgaa Tl U - - W L IM 3aW Dttugla K aV- - BracaiaaM HtaMojPorWuuea Addreas TUB AWLCMAN MIOICINK CO I71C 4MITCHCM0llU 8 1 8ULZCR Clcvtrport C M MeQUmflAN 4 CeUnlon Star Ky i 41 O w wwawwrnwr w irjpow fWfnr t - Tfcn f W ftfmp- - mi i n ii- jiwii wm MilPF 8 SSt Ill S f iT- T- u - Ifc - NAPOLEON BONAPARTE w 65gi aT KlRk Mr F aa--- a V0L in lown ftleS creek k ithodes Wns day lleiustated In the Army and Promoted to a Captaincy jbiB Dr llureli McQuady was hero Thurs Â¬ day Miss Annie Coomes is still vklllng nt Irvington Mr McGavock tho grocery drummer stopped here Thursday This is tho town for drummers Some days there aro no less than eight Miss Luella Wheatloy went to liar diiuburg on business Widnesday Mr Deunie Sherron and sister Miss Millio went to Hardlnsburg Friday Mrs Nora Mattlngly who has been ill tholn8t threo weeks isslowly improving Mr Albert Mattlngly Meado county is visiting his niece Mrs Annio Sherron this week Mr Dennle Sherron ono of Kirks prominent merchants was in Hardlns- Â¬ burg Friday Dr Drury Knottsvllle was called to the bedside of his Bister Mrs Norn Mat Â¬ tlngly lastSaturday Mies Liuio Coomes returned home Inst week after a pleasant islt with friends at Beech Fork Georgo Johnson Hardlnsburg passed through town Monday in full tilt on a very lino baddlo animal Dont fail to go to P Sherron Jarboo Co for dry goods that surpossall others in beauty and quality for tho price Miss Nellie Crows of McQuady who has been visiting her cousin Miss Frankio Coomes went home Monday Mis Millie Mattingly spent last Wed Â¬ nesday and Thursday with her sister Mrs Phillip Greenwell near Hardlns burg Miss Leila Jolly McQuady was the guest of her aunts Mrs Ellen McGnry and Mrs Lumraie Rhodes Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lum Rhodes of Irvington who was calledto the bedside of her dying mother returned to her home Wednesday Mr Charlie Sherron a prominent lawyer of this place was in tho vicinity of Planters Hall last Sunday attending a case he has down there Miss Lucy Connor Planters Hall who has been visiting relativesatOwens boro Cloverport and Irvington returned home Thursday and reports a delightful time Misses L E and M B Wheatley have opened a millinery store at this placo and have brought on a beautiful line of millinery They cordially Invite the public to como and inspect their goods Quite a number were in town shopping Wednesday Among thoso whom we noticed wero Mrs Roxy Butler Melissa Mattingly Nathan Tucker and wife of West View Mrs Walter Wilson and Mrs Beavin of MiQundy Go to P Sherron Jarboe Co for every thing in the dry goods and grocery line furniture wall paper sewing ma- Â¬ chines etc then walk into the north end of the store and purchase a nice hat You are sure to go away with a star of light illuminating your brow by know- Â¬ ing you have received your moneys wot th Â¬ VICTOHY FOR THE MAN of DESTINY Fires His First Gun at the Siege of Toulon Emerges From Obscurity and His Extraordinary Character Revealed Â¬ JuVa M E IKode Stonewall Tenn A Helpless Invalid Kldnoy and Llvor Troublo and Norvous Dobility IO Years of Qufforlng Endod by Co Lowell Mass Hood The effect of HooUs SarsaparllU In my cms bare been truly marvelous It far surpasses any other medicine I lave ever taken For It years I was troubled with torpid liver kidney trouble and nervous debility and was A Helpless Invalid I have been taking Hodos Sarsaparllla for three months and I feel that I am cured I feel better now than I hare for sixteen years I thank God first for my health and C I Hood Co second for Hoods Barsaparllla I have recom- O THE VII REIGN OF TERROR IN FRANCE honrts of men had douo their perfect work War was on with Piuwii nud Austria and England Tho omigrnut no bility across tho borders was in lengno with tho anemics of tho French nation That nation had sprung up an infuri ntod tigrcsi and woo bo henceforth to There was intrlguo between traitors tho dying court and the Emigres beyond tho Ilhiuo It was now or uovor Tho Terror canio on cliatoaus wero flaming tho streets wero slippery with rod tho nxo wont always up and down in tho PlacodolnRovolutiou tho day of death and extermination wns nt hand This condition of affairs in tho ex- Â¬ tinct kingdom of tho Bourbons brought tho rovolutiouists of Franco and thoso of Corsica into closest sympathy for Jacobinism is universal It is simply humanity in insurroction Whether it bo in Franco in Germany in Italy in tho Mediterranean islands in Eiiginnd or tho party cursed citios of tho United Btatos it is all tho samo Tho only ques tion with Bonaparto now was whether his destiny might bo better attained by tho leadership of tho Corsicau revolu tionists or by allying himsolf with tho Jacobins of Paris With skillful duplicity ho did both Corsioa ou his return was in n fcr- ment Tho popular party was at ouo with tho Fronch democrats Tho National Convention passed u decreo that tho ex iled Corsicau patriots might return Paoli went homo by way of Paris whoro ho was recognized as n horo nud mndo lieutounut geuernl and military governor of his nativo island Franco wis di Â¬ vided into departments nud Corsica Was declared to bo ouo of theso Moanwhile tho world was turned upsido down Tho Convention had taken tho autumnal equinox of 1703 ns tho dato of a new era for mnnkiud It wns nu opooh of universal nbolition Tho marvelous thing was that while tho old expired nuder the stroke of tho destroy ers vand tho now did not spring up in its place Tho King wns brought to trial and death Tho proud daughter of Thorcsa wert swiftly nftor her lord Modernto patriots throughout Franco and tho wo Id woro alormod and an gcrod Washington would follow LibPaoli establishing erty no fu ther himself at Corto stood for moderation Ho was too old and conservative to bo robaptizod in tho muddy waters of JacBut Captain Bonaparto at obinism Ajaccio was not of such mind and kind Ho found himself nt this jnuoturo on two military stoeds both going in tho samo direction but at different rates of speed Ho had novcr rosigned his commission as colonol in tho Corsicau Na- Â¬ tional Guards but ho now hold a com Â¬ mission ns enptniu in tho Frenoh army and was rconiviug pay from tho nation al troasury His captaincy and his colo noloy did not consist Ho tomporizod and intrigued with tho rovolutiouists dining tho wiutor of 1703 03 had an interview with Paoli nt Corto dopartod without hnMsfnctlon broko with tho governor io coascd to bo n hero in his eyes mado n conspiracy to iuvndo Sar dinia tried to obtain an independent command foil under condemnation of tho Paolists nud in Juno of 1703 wus obligod to leavo Corsica with nil the family of Bonaparto Napoleon arrived nt Nico on tho 13th of Juno nud there rojoincd his company Thu Fourth Regiment to whlob ho bolongcd had boon transferred to tho extromo southeast us a protection against tho menaces ot tho world along that throatoucd coast Tho wholo valloy of tho Rhono wus allamo witli tho Revolution Horror on horror had boon hoapod throughout Franco Napoleon becamo n French Republic an soldier He was a soldier of fortuuo in n senso moro profound than that pbraso had over boforo couvoyod It must be confossod that tho hardships and niorciloss conditions through which ho had passed bearing with roloutloss prcssuro ou his tromoudous mind in flamed as it waswith uuquonchablo am bitious aro bettor calculated to oxcito tho compassion and sympathy of after times tlinn to kindlo against him that anger and censorlousuess which a mere ly logical consideration of his shortcomings failures nud uuprinaiplod schemes would suggost Tho judgmout is miti Â¬ gated in contomplating such a charaotor omerging frompbsourity under tho play of complox forces iuto tho foreground of light and action Tho regiment of Captain Bonaparto constituted n part of tho Army of tho South under command of Genornl Car toaux It was tho busiuoss of this division of tho Frouch national forces to operate for tho lecovory of Mnrsollios and Toulon for theso citios woro hold They had by tho ouemies of Franco fallen into tho powor of tho English Hoots assisted by tho local loyalists Tho situation was striking Patriotism was aflame in both the cities but tho roprosoutativos of tho late moimrohy protoctod by a forolgn power wero not yet down It was out of Marseilles that in July of tho preceding yoar a baud of patriots most uniquo and strong had marched to Paris Hinging ou tho way and to tho very porches of tho Tullories that famouu war song whloh Claudo Jo seph Rougc do Lisle had given to tho French nation and to all free men So against Marseilles and Toulon for wresting them from the English and loyalists tho forces of General Carteaux are cm the 9th of October 17W3 divid Â¬ ed and sent Captain Bonapartes regi Â¬ ment with ethers is directed against Toe Ion He is glvou command of a sec tion of the artillery and is at lait in his element Now for the first time he is able to direct a battery against the tteniy and to utter hat tremetuIotM word Fire I Here awl now Ute cloud of obsowrity liftafrow the life ot this Mtraordiawy ouaraotor revealing niia to Ute world m ooe of the greatest in Um Miul of mankind Jom Claw RtHwnL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lUopyrlght ISO by John ClorltllidpathJ Jacobin and Captain op Aktil leiiy Bonapartownncisliiercd but his enso was not hopeless Ho viaa ablo to lonvo Corsica with such n record ns gavo him n fighting chauco for rccovory Through out his llfo n lighting clmncg wns nil that ho demanded By his misconduct ns an ofllcor ho had brought tho disaster ou himself Ho had ovcrstaid his loayo of nbsenco Ho had rofusod to roturn when suminonod to his command His disobedionca was rank Busy among the- Jacobins of tho Cor nicnu towns Napoleon had hooded not tho ropoatcd ordorto roturn to Vnlcnco Gottiug himself chosen first major and V- - I Taking Hoods HoodssyCures fflctenUy on the liver and bowels mendod It to all my neighbors and several of them are using Hoods Harsaparllla with good results I urn M years old ami feel better than I did at 40 Mns E Wade Stonewall Tenn Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly and 23o EK GUSTON Miss Rena Anderson of Haysvllle wns ili2tSffli r fefc NAlOLKON m in town Thursdny Miss Helen Pollock visited friends nt Haysvllle Friday afternoon J Duncan of Meade county wns colling on friends hero Thursday John Coleman tho saw mill man near Big Spring was in town Friday Mrs Geo J NelT who has been very sick for several days is improving Mrs Joo Foushee of tho Garrett neigh- Â¬ borhood was in town shopping Thurs- Â¬ Â¬ dny nr WHESSEL m then lirntenaut colouel in tho allegod National Guards ho had undertaken to got possession of tho citadel of Ajaccio and had failed His luadorship Iiko n rod of jlass broko to fragments in his hands Ho nud tho wholo Bonaparto family wuro discountenanced and ha was glnd to got away boing careful to carry with him a military record which ho himself had prepared and tho colonel of the Second Battalion had signed showing his patriotic military services and his rank ns nu offlcer With this ho would regain his lost position in tho Fronch army At Vnlcnco thoro was still much in Napoleons favor Tho royal army was literally going to pieces Tho organiza Â¬ tion of tho National Guard in various parts of tho kingdom had drawn off many nf tho officers nud infected many moro with tho diseaso of patriotism Tho colonol of tho Fourth Itogimout was an old royalist who had gladly cut v 4 off tho Jacobin Bonaparto from his corn raaud It was usoloss for tho latter to roturn to Valouco hoping to bo rein stated at such a court Ho thcrqfora niado all speed for Paris whoro ho would liavo n hearing boforo tho minis Â¬ ter of wnr By tho summer of 1703 tho roaring winds of revolution wero blinking not only tho pinnacles but tho very founda- Â¬ tions of French civilization Tho old order was nlrondy in ruins Paris was in an uproar Tho King and court had boen obliged in tho preceding autumn to leavo Versailles and como in tho most romarkablo procession in history Tho starving populaoo had to Paris gono out to the royal palace invadod it hootod around it drawn forth tho King and Queen nud their ill fated scion and hud hurried thorn off into tho city danc ing about them en routo nud shouting in wild jocularity that now thoy had tho bakor nud tho bakoressand tho bak ors littlo boy I All this wreck of royalty and nobility hooped itsolf up in tho Tuilcrios out of which tho ancient monarchy of tho Bourbons looked with wnn fnoo at tho woltoriug world It was to this Paris that Napoleon oamo with a billet of dismissal and pe- Â¬ tition for reinstatement Ono wnr min ister after nuotbor to tho number of sir had now filled tho inipgrtant offioo boforo which Bonaparto stood n pott tlonor for rehearing Tho now ministor was n Nationalist and favorably dispos ed towards tho Corsicau advonturor for tho latter cama with a haggard revolutionary faco nud long hair hanging to Thoro was dolay in tho his Ghouldors offlco and Bonaparto with his farmer schoolfellow and futuro secretary Dour riuuno was well nigh starving in tho streets To add to his distross tho Royal Soliool for Girls at Saint Cyr under tho immediate patronage of Mario Antoinette wont to pieces liko othor oxist iug things nud Eliso Bonaparto was turuod adrift with no friend in Franco except her sullon brother To tho credit of tho latter ho olung to his sistor and presently took advautagoof her presence to got another leave of abtence In or Â¬ But ho did der to condoot horhoino a not do so until his causo in tho had on tho 80th of August boon dflcidod In his favor Ho vaa oxonor- atod rcstorod to rank promoted to a captuinoy and to crown nil tho now com miion was dated back to thoprocodiug February Thig wai a great victory for the roan of destiny Ho was Captain Bonaparte Taking Eliso by the band ho aped away to Lyons and Valence where he paused to be in his now rogimonUls aad to Mjirsollles and Corsica His re Â¬ turn brought together at Ajaooio all the members of tho family of Bonaparte lie left behind In Paris the CoanUee JoMphiHede Beaubaruais aged tvfaty nine And yonder at Vieuita in her Hamburg cradle nine motitlw old lies the gUl tabo Maria Louhw These two ehall have relatiotw with history is tfee next two deoadest Jfrauoe bad jww beoowe as oeeau ot inolteu brass seetbiug bubbling iwfeek- It along the billows mto Amum of TheBevolntionwtweoittiiic to its ortaU UijJistr and ttevfir in MM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ war-pf-fle4i sn Jos Lewis of Brandenburg was the guest of It J Pattcson Friday and Saturday Matt Sanders of Elizabethtown was on our streets Friday shaking hands with old friends Mesdames Chas Mills and Smiley Henry of Sandy Hillwero hero shopping Wednesday R B Childs who was hurt several days ago while riding into his barn is much better Mrs Forest Stith and Mrs Lydia Ban- Â¬ dy of tho Irvington neighborhood were in town Wednesday afternoon Mrs Jennio Stith and little daughter Nellie of Irvington were guests of Mrs J R Baskett Friday and Saturday We are glad to announce that tho re- Â¬ ported murder at Big Spring proved to be a mere fabrication based upon tho fact that the parties had indulged in a quarrel Chas E Bryant formerly of this place but recently of Brandenburg passed through hero Tuesday en routo to Dallas Texas where he is thinking of locating We wish him success Chas E Anderson who has been very sick ut Irvington is again able to be out among his friends He cnmo from Irving- Â¬ ton Friday to visit his sister Mrs Sallie Shumateof tho Big Spring neighborhood Our popular postmaster A J Thomp- Â¬ son has announced himself a candidate for Representative of Meade county Albert lias a host of friends whom we hope will stand by him in his race for the Legislature Geo W Smith mado a combined busi ness and pleasure trip tc Louisville After transacting business ho joined his wife and littlo daughter who liavo been visiting in Cincinnati for somotimo and accompanied them from Louisville Mrs G W Smith of Stony Point who with her little daughter Katie has been visiting her daughter and son in Cincinnati for several weeks returned Wcdni sday She eays she has as pretty and bright a little grand daughter as can he found anywhere and that she has been named Annie Cornelia Mnttingly Miss Clara Adkisson who has been in Ivoulsvlllo several days selecting her spring and summer millinery has return Â¬ ed bringing with her the choicest and most stylish goods of tho season Some of her hats aro veritable dreams of beauty She Invites the ladies of the neighbor- Â¬ ing towns to call and examine her care- Â¬ fully and well selected stock A gloom has been cast upon tho entire community for miles around by the death of Miss Fannie Clarkson of Big Spring While studying music in Chlago slio was stricken with small pox and re- Â¬ moved to the eruptive hospital where Bhe died Tho death of luch a promis Â¬ ing young girl would bo sad under any circumstances but was rendered the moro touchingly so from the fact that she was denied the presence of thoso dearest to her How littlo did elio think when she bade tho loved ones at home good bye when starling upon her jour-Â¬ ney to the great Eastern city with nuch buoyaut liopfs of winning for herself a name in the musical woild of which her friends would be proud that she was To the waving them a llrial farewell father mother sisters and brother to whom she was endeared by her noble traite of charactor and loving dlepoeition we can only say we sympathize deeply with you in this your great bereavement Such a sorrow aa this can only be sooth Â¬ ed by Him who hath beeft you but He Is able to bind up the broken heart and give to you a peace that paceetu under Â¬ standing Â¬ Â¬ llov nines will All his regular npotnl tiicnt Saturday and Sunday Sheriff Rhodes Was In town yesterday and spent the night with J S Owlugs Miss Kate Mattingly and Jesse Smith attended services nt Flint Island Easter Sunday Wo enjoyed fc rs Hoysers description of tho west very much and wish wo could liavo bcon with her ou that de Â¬ lightful trip Frank Parr has been very much indis Â¬ posed for tho last few days This beautiful weather often causes people to have spring fever Mr J R Smith of Cedar Flat spent tho night with his cousin Jesse and attended tho party at Mr Ethertons Wednesday night Wade Shacklott who has been attend Â¬ ing school at Lexington was called homo to bo with father who is very low with consumption Miss Mollio Johnson ono of our de serving young girls has a nice spring school at Burchland We wish her much and lasting success Miss Susie Elder spent Saturday and Sunday at home with her parents Sho Is attending tho StTlieresa Academy and progressing beautifully with her music Prof Barmour gavo quite nn interest- Â¬ ing magic lantern show in tho city hall Tuesday night Owing to the inclemen- Â¬ cy of the weather only a fjw ventured out Miss Mamie Etherton entertained a host of friends Wednesday evening in honor of her birthday All Btaycd until the weo small hours were waning Mamie is a sweet girl and wo wish her many happy returns Grand mother Etherton is visiting her grand daughter Mrs Tom Owings this week Sho moves around well for ono so old Sho is in her eighty fifth year and rides horso back as well as some of our misses of sixteen The school hero will soon close much to the regret of many In tho p also of our teachers Mr Willett and wife we can not say too much Thoy have taught a splendid school and have had an attendance of near fifty most all the time As wo have no correspondent from this place I thought I would wield tho quill for the dear News for a while and send in a fow scattered items from our worthy little town As the working season has begun peoplo do not liavo near so much time for gossip and visit- Â¬ ing consequently news is not very plen- Â¬ tiful Â¬ 40 Warranted High Frame Wood Rim Scorcher Weight 22 lbs 80 Steel Rims G J Tires 25 lbs S5 JT ICYCLES ARE THE HIGIIEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES- Superior to any Bicyclo bnilt in the World regardless of Price Regular Frame samo weights 85 Ladles Droji Frame samo weights and Tires 75 20 Inch Diamond Wood Rims Weight 21 lbs 75 Read tho following opinion of ono of the most promi- Â¬ nent American dealers who has sold hundreds theso wheels Richmond Va Oct 2 18JI CyiiijHinit Indianajiolit Ind Indiana Bicycle Tho Wnverley Scorcher and Bello came Gentlemen Wo aro afraid you liavo sent us tho to hand yesterday high priced wheel by mistake You cant mean to tell Wo must say that it us that this wheel retails for f Si Is without exception tho prettiest wheel we liavo over seen and moreover wo have faitli in it although it weighs only 22 lbs for of all Waverloys wo liavo sold this year and last and you know that is a right good number wo liavo never had a single frame nor fork broken either from accident or defect and that is more than we can say of any other wheel however high grade Wo congratulate ourselves every so called that we sell day that wo aro the Waverley agents Yours truly Walter C MErtcEn A Co spend the most money you can with the expectation that price makes the wheel that money will buy or do you want to Are you looking for tho best Bicycle If the former buy a Waverley HOOK NIBLLER EXCLUSIVE AGENTS CO We Are 1 ViViWlVtt Happy Last week wc threw open tho largest and finest display of HARDINSBURG KY Coldseach bottlo guaranteed Electric Bitters tho great remedy for Liver btomacu anu iUuneys liucklens Arnica Salve the best in tho world and Dr Kings Now Life Pills which aro n perfect pill All theso remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whoso name is attached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them Sold at A R Fishers Drug store Â¬ nianmrnwi rltroa lion jiouvcijr Ai a Coughs and TfiOT Four Big Successes Having tho needed merit to more than makogood all the advertising claimed for them tho following four remedies liavo reached a phenomenal sale Dr 1U1 I LIGHT Spring Goods Ever shown in this section People who liavo seen tho stock say it is hcet and the cheapest we liavo ever had And they arc selling too This is conclusive- proof that the prices aro right Bring your pro and if youve got a plug horse you want Wo are to trado or swap bring him along in for trado Come in and sco us duco fn AAnntntnlinn lUliguuijJWUli GARFIELD The luridlit W A Govt jtAoH ttoyl to MJI Bkig oOm Reports tovwfcr Farmers are busy planting corn The health ot tho community is good The Macy brothers came home from College Friday Mr D R M Smith is able to be on the street again Mrs Robert Bell visited relatives in Bewleyvillo last week Mr Tom Gray went to Custer last week to visit his father Tho Cloverport Insurance man was here a few days last week Miss Sarah Driskoll has just received a nice lot of millinery goods Miss Lydia and Eliza Hook wero in our town shopping Thursday Died April the 7th Katie little daugh- Â¬ ter of Mr and Mrs Abe Bruuer Rev Hook preached a very interesting sermon at Pleasant Grove Sunday even Â¬ ing Mr Bill Macy says he is dealing in A hint to the wiso is real estate now GARRETT sufficient girls Married at the residence of the brides Tho health of this community is tol- Â¬ mother Sunday April 7th Miss Mary erably good May joy and Woods to Frank Woods Farmers are about done breaking up happiness always bo theirs is tho wish corn ground of their many friends Mr Tom Hamilton of Brandenburg Our better halves say they could not was here Saturday keep houso without Chamberlains Cough Miss Nannie Bell Sipes spent last week Remedy It is used in more than half with Mrs G R Mills the homes in Leeds Sims Bros Leeds Mr Win Hilf went to Louisville Wed Â¬ Iowa This shows the esteem in which nesday to buy his spring stock that remedy is held whoro it has been Mr Allan Saundors who was shot by eold for years and is well known Moth- Â¬ Milton Rhodes is improving fast ers have learned that there Is nothing so Mr Hugh Buckler went to Branden Â¬ good for coldscroopand whooping cough that it cures these ailments quickly and burg last Wednesday on business permanently and that it is pleasant and Mr Cnsper Funk spent Saturday night safe for children to take 25 and 50 cent and Sunday tho guest of his parents bottles for solo by A R Fisher Cloyer Master Courtney RIcketts is spending port Ky and Klncheloe Board Har- Â¬ Mrs this week with his grandma dlnsburg Ky Cru tcher Mr R L McGulIln of Hardlnsburg A Cook Book Free spent Saturday night with J W Tewell Table and Kitchen is the title of a and family new cook book published by the Price Mr 0 0 Weymuth a grocery drum- Â¬ Baking Powdtr Company Chicago mer of Constantino spent Monday night Just at this time it will be sent fiee if at this place you write a postal mentioning the Biikck This book has been Mr Rod Slmcklttt and family spent enbidok News Sunday tho guests of his parents J G tried by ourselves and is one ot the very best of Its kind Besides containing ovor Snacklett and wife of Hill Giove 400 receipts for all kinds of pastry and Mm Rhodes has closed her school at aro many hints for of her pupils are home cookery there thia place and several the tablo and kitchen showing how to going to attend the Normal at Ekron seta table how to enter tho dining room Miss Dora Hilf has just received a nice etc a hundred and one hints in overy line of spring hats Any one needing a branch ot the culinary art Cookery ot nico hat would do well to give her a call the very fiaeet and richest as well as ot the most economical and home like is provided for Remember Table and Kitchen will be sent postage prepaid Whm Rafef sm iMc ire gv ker Cutarl to any lady sending her address name WwiibAwuadhlU ftlui WOTM tar Hult fl town and State plainly given A oopy WhM fa twsMM W she eJtwg t QutefU in German or SeaadiMvian will be sent i desired PesUl card is as good as a WUr JiHinm Prise Baking Powder Co Oblesgo III Â¬ A Valuable Find After years of study and labor thero has at last been discovered a sure and neverfailing remedy It has been tested on patients who have despaired of ever being cured the results liavo been in every case wonderful GrofTs Rheumatic Cure is unuqualed as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acuto Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum- Â¬ bago Sciatica Neuralgia especially Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhaca and all kindred affections It is also a valu- Â¬ able Blood Purifier being especially use- Â¬ ful in Eczema PsoriasiB Scrofula all Glandular Enlargements and diseases of tho Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely free from all narcotics Severe attacks aro relieved fn from ono to threo days and n pojltive cure effected in from 11 vo to eighteen days For Bale by Chas 0 Martin Cloverport Ky iVi M Meyer Co BURAS KY RUNNING PexORPD r POWFR I1 W nV L A N M Furnlihed by the Piano Fly Wheel Is the greatest Improvement ever made In Sell binding Harvesters CffOUMAOAlnoN tllfl w iUMNIN4 MlUfl uirlHiw OW PLKNO AA aaSA THt 1MI iiiSDims MOWliHH IllSAVUHS vAo 35SS-fSi eUlt fO THF FIRNO LEADS Because THE FLY WHEEL Gives It steaily motion In taneeJ Rraln ami on rough une en ground causes it Io nin llclitly o er soft places makes It run one horse lighter draft and bind n bundle after the team stops IT IS THE BEST FlVttHIUt THU II NtlNIT HOM ON THI PUNOAlOMf You should see the JONES HAUCR belore you buy Simplest longest lived and lightest draft mower In the llUlYCIl world Neverout of repair Nogearsto Chain Power runs the great wear out no friction no noise nothlni to make the farmer cuss Ierrii wheel This proves Us strength lilcdes are Chain Drive Why Light draft L SEND FOR OUR ILLU3TRATE0 CATALOGUE More Jones Steel Headers Sold In 94 than all others combined ril nill Onnin The Piano Mfg Co - Mnutcturer West Pullman Chicago III FOR SALE BY GHAS R ANDRRSON GUSTON MEADE OOUNTY KY FACTS I Â¬ POSITIONS GUARNTEED BANK or HAEDI3STSBURG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vlee Preildent M H BEARD Cashier under reasonable conditions Do not sav It can not be done until you send for free 1 20 paire PKACTICAL 11RAUGH TONS catalogue BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of bnoit hand Typewriting and Telegraphv NASH villi tenn 4 WEEKS by Draughtons method of teach Â¬ ing book keeping Is equal to 12 WEEKS by old method It expcids more money in the Interest of Its Kinployi ent Department than half thr business col lege in the south take In as tuhlon His ndorscrt b Hankers Merchants and stronicl Tactical book keepers all over United Slates fteasonable rates of tuition the Cheap board 600 students past year Open to both sexes It has reprcsentlng6 States and Territories - OW BEARD MORRIB KSKRIDC Dire tort ON TIME also prepareiTbooks for sent on 60 days trial When vou write explain Address J vour wants Drauohon Prtlt Hashfille Tenn N It It pavs cash f 5 for vacancies as book kccpersstenographcrs teachers etc reported provided It fills same llOMIS BTUDV f R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID DEPOSITS The first of American News Â¬ k wtx rffifllftf If Ft DAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For prompt aaswar and an honest opinion writ to M UN N ds CO woo hata had neatly ifty xperletioo In th pateut bulnM roBinianlra lions strictly confidential A II nndbook o In Â¬ formation eOBewnlu Patents and bow to obÂ¬ Ire Also a eetalotjua of maefian tain tham ioaJ and selsotlaa books saot tra rataets taken thrown Hasm ft Co rtealTa Metal notlMints HclenllRe American and thus at brought wldaly baftmtb putllo wHn to tSa laTentor Tbta aaMtld mw sd weakly atacaclly lliostratad has by far Tha ast atfwlatloa at any aetvatlM week la lb ftakata kwlttoa SBonfbTrtSa ysr1ta4a HftfTi J 3 wta Hrary Buwbar eonuina bM Io eefera wJ IhtfoaiaBbs 0 ttaw prU pt4 papers CHARLES A DANA Editor The American Constitution thoAmerican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ can Spiiit These first last COPYRIGHTS- - w sit and all the time forever 6 a yr Dally Sunday by mallSO a yr - a yr The Weekly DallV by mall 1 The Sunday Sun la the grMtwt Sundv Nempftper in the world m TIT Wis wir WOMEN IN DOUBT TJHJC PriMSeaeaiy ArTH8 HUN Iymall2ayMr Nw York PENNYROYAL WAFERS is riiniirii n i m tirmmmmgj MgWL fH yiliWiniiiyiMIi C 117770 T im HMWeJT HmoKMiiiii5aii kmwiii yeyf IM J HE SjSMiaiiiiswMswtwsjMSJswWWWMpwaai1 THE K M lift r7 L ITVVr rrJonxm t7oeiioiTie9 iv AMtmi SSOtlATlO Â¬ Indeed wsw nil Ills reply to tlio corpornls nniiouiicoincnt Olm sorry to Inform yo sir Bald tho corporal In a volco which ho vainly thatJIlss ondcavorod to keep Btcady Fltz Hugh passln under tho nomo ol EHzaboth Bnggs Fitz Hugh put his hand on ItntlBanii arm nnd Ftoppcdhiin vlillo lioRntlicrctl his faculties to bear what ho know vas coming Wns pursued by n contcmptlblo cur of n Ynnkoe who deserves to bo haugod for chasln a woniau Yes yas Goon Wns captured nnd to bo uhot for a Epy to morrow moniln nt Buurlso Fitz Hugh sank back on n camp cot nud covered his faco with his hands For n few moments tho corporal ro ppected UU grief by BUcnco but time was precious nnd ho Boon continued Thinkln yo might cixoreiso boiiic influenco to Favo her Olvo como to in form yo of tho distrefbin fact Tho last two words wero Bpokcn in n broken voice By whoso authority Fitz Hugh roso nnd stood boforo the corporal Ho hnd nerved himself for whatever was to follow Colonel Mark Mnynnrd command ing tho th cavalry brigade Bald Fitz Do yon mean to toll mo Hugh with n singular impressivo slowthat my sister is nt tho mercy of ness Mark Mnynnrd Ho is charged with hersxecution That Colonel Fitz Hugh shuddered man is my Nemesis ho cried in a volco tilled with a kind of dospair Tis ho that hunt mo to yo He Thosamo Does ho wish to savo my Bister Condemned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OQodl with me theyll think it a midnight attack Starting forward tho corporal trudg ed over n short dlstunco between him nud tho vodetto As ho drew near ho began to sing a fow lines from it play popular nt Ihu time Thluii thu Iwjh Wlmt mukfft n nolne U tlic Uynl nrtlllirle Who comes there cried the vo dotto cocking his plecons Hatignu camo in sight Friind with tho countersign to bo surol Who dyo suppose Advance friend nnd give tho countersign called tho man Howasagood dcnl puzzled at hearing tho Irish broguo coming from that direction but it reas sured him Ho did not hav much fear of an enemy unless it wero a trap to Ratigan get him nt a disadvantage Carnlfax drow near nnd whlspored Ferry What mo yon doing out there queried tho man Lookln out for trams bringln in troops Ono camo in half au hour ago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho does Why then does ho not do so Ho can only havo bur by his own Yer hister will nol accept jisgrace Baid tho brother proudly Then Mips Fitz Hugh i cggcsted that ho might fend me to inform yc tA tho pituntion that yo might hev opportu nlty to uso any influenco yo would ton hldcr wiso and houorablo to ttcuro n re tho sacrifice A truo Fitz Hugh priovo Fitz Hugh thought earnestly with his head bowed his eyes fixed on a spot on tho ground ho Thoro is nothing that I can do sai nt last Threatened retaliation is 5 jtmim i H y fv V0 HI getting In ro enforcemrnts I beliovo yc mo boy Good Old Granny Mclcal8G years old Katigau walked on toward tho camp living at 018 Monroe street Fuducah till ho got out of Bight of tho vedette Ky says that Dr Bells Fine Tar Honejr ho ran till ho dropped breathless Then is the best grip cure cough lung and in Colonel Maynards tent bronchial remedy that has been ofTcrcd to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ CHAPTER XVIII teed and sold by Short Hay neB Clover A STIIANOK MEET1N0 M Ratlgau was so exhausted as to bo port DrRIIMcMullinMcIanlels only ablo to givo Maynard a fow do Meyer Co Burns Geo Heyser Con Â¬ tached sentences conveying somo idea stantino A Taylor Uosetta Drury Ben Â¬ ns to what hu had accomplished There nett Co Bowleyvillo W EBrown was littlo that it was essential thould Irvington Ky Juo 1 Nichols Gar- Â¬ bo told oxcopt that Colonel Fitz Hugh would meet him between tho lines as field Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Casting a soon as ho could get there BEECH GROVE glanco at his watch Mnynnrd noticed that it was 20 minutes to 12 Tho ells Mrs Alonzo Moremcn was quite ill tanco to tho point of rendezvous as near as they could estlmato it was two miles Boveral days last week Every minute whs precious It would Mr Silas Hart of Tip Top wa the be midnight beforo they could meet and guest of Mr J A McGeheo lost Mon- Â¬ only havo about six day tbrn they would hours in which to tako measures o so Miss Pearl Ditto of Brandenburg Ttas euro a reprieve They could only do so by communicating with general hoad the guest of Miss Peggie Ditto last quarters sonio 15 miles away In any Wednesday night liss Jennie Gialinm MtGehee and event tho caso was desperate Howover Maynard had been used in hii routing Katie Giahain Ditto spent Friday night dnys to KndOen transitions and had him with Miss Mary Cornelia Ditti solf cscapoi from prison on tho very Mrs II C Rawlings and littlo grandnight beforo his intended execution son of Brandenburg wt re tho guests of ho bado him saddlo Calling his striker M Ditto ono veiling last week Madgo who ho kuew could carry him Mr W Mr John K Ditto has just completed quite an addition to his residence which is a bay window in the parlor Look out boys dont get bayed this summer Young ladies you should havo a Trilby souvenir spoon The spoon has a gold bowl and a silver handle The latter made Into semblance of Trilbys CONTINUED Â¬ loaded You dont moan it Guess theyre lnq it year ago an j7ii in memorable to both of tin Then you gavo mq my life and by doing so placed yoursolt In n position to lit Rhot for n traitor to your canso Not for jour Bake colonel for tho sako of nnothcr It matters not for whoso Bake tho net remains Unco beforo you spared mo when you found mo under a roof which covorod Then I lesptcted tho laws of hospitality nacre 1 in thu toutli Lot us not dwoll on thrso matters colonel Let ns proceed with that upou which wo havo met for consultation You aro right Tlmo presses Your sister stands convicted of tho same of fenso as initio nt tho timo of which wo havo been speaking nnd sentenced to Wo meet to concert a dio nt Bunricc method to savo her At my request Hut any proposition must como from yon Colonol Mnynnrd I am unfamiliar with tho feeling on tho part of thoso in power in tho Federal army ns to executing a Bontcnco of death upon a woman Circumstances which 1 cannot ex- Â¬ plain for they pertain to thu situation in which thoso two armies nro plnced render tho fifliuu ngalust your sister very severe You havo suggt stcd my oxertlng in fluenco from our Bide It was your sister who suggested it I havo littlo faith In it What did you propose That which your Bister would not accept And that was Maynard whispered in a strange sav ago tone To uso my authority ns command ing tho brigado charged with her keepÂ¬ ing to placo her within your lines And now Â¬ Â¬ P A M j JOLLY Medina The Proposed Annual at Hopkiniville Crews is on tjio sick list Rain and impl Is very plentiful Little Rowle Walker is lety ill THE BEST COMBINED STALLION at this IN THIS COUNTY iHslssw writing Mrs Sam Jolly has over 100 young Mr Alvlti Miller was he guest of Miss Lidio Lyons Sunday Mr Mouroo Tato was the guest of Miss September 23 24 and 25 With Trip chickens to the Atlanta Expoiition Tho S en tary of the Kentucky Press Association and the Chairman of tho executive commltteo havo agreed upon the following tlmo and placo for tho meeting of the Kentucky Press Assoc- Â¬ iation there being no objections prefered Place Ilopktnsvlllo Time September 23 24 and 25 1895 The association to convene in business session Monday afternoon September 23 at 2 oclock Public reception at Hotel Latham at 8 p ni Tuesday morning September 24 at 0 oclock business session and visit to cither the asylum or public schools At 2 oclock p m another business session nnd drives over the city Tuesday night banquet at Hotel Latham Wednesday morning about 7 oclock association to leave in special train for Atlanta exposition with a stop for din- Â¬ ner at Lookout Mountain reaching At Â¬ lanta at night or the following morning owing to the length of stop over at Chat- Â¬ tanooga Tho Secretary of the associ- Â¬ ation Is in receipt of an official invitation from the Atlanta exposition to visit them about October 1 and the railroads havo This ar- Â¬ kindly extended courtesies rangement will givo tho editors a three days stay in tho South ample tlmo to tako in all tho sights Todd County Progress Lilly Jolly Sunday evening Mlsa Gertio Wilson was the guest of Miss Flora DeJernetlo ono day last week Mr John Jolly jr accompanied Miss Susie Wilson to church Sunday Mia Etta Ball and Mr Calvin Hen d Ick attended church at Corinth Sunday Rumor says if Tom Miller makes many more trips to Jolly wo will get to go to a wedding Mr James Mattlngly of Long Lick was tho gui st of Miss Robcca Wilson last Sunday Brother Roberta preached a very Inter Â¬ esting sermon at Jolly school house Sun- Â¬ day ovening Misses Judie and Orvlll Ball spent Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday with their aunt Mrs Mollio DeJarnctte Mies Lela Jolly returned yesterday from a weeks visit to her cousin Miss Lena McGary Kirk Frank Scaton of Glcndeane was visit- Â¬ ing in tho neighborhood Sunday What r tKsrsTsfMBBflsHbareaflfeiaL 1 THE WELL KNOWN STALLION Harry Wilkes Jr Hardinsburg Will make the present at my farm and at t Hardinsurg April 12th and 13th 15th and 16th Holts Bottom and return each 9th day istheattiaclion Lilly Misses Anna Jolly and Daisy were the guests of their roitssn Miss Lilly It costs no more to raise a fine horse than it - J foot Mr Hugh Ditto has returned to Owens boro to take his place again in business Wo sinceroly hope Hughs health may hi much better than It has been during the past few months for ho is quite a deserving young man and all of his friends wish him great success although wo miss him very much while away yMrs W M Ditto has a hundred and twenty five hens and gets from thirty five to forty five eggs a day but has not one to come up to Tom Merrills speck- Â¬ led hen which has laid eggs for nineteen summers and winters and still lays near- Â¬ ly every day besides being as lively as a TEAIlIXa UP TUU FLOOUINO chicken I regret very much to hear of the sad death of Miss Fannie Clarkson of Big Spring aud extend my hearlf ilt sympa Â¬ thies to her host of friends to her host of friends and relations who mourn her loas and most especially to her dear insther who will miss dear Fannie more than all tho rest She U not dead this child nf thy aflectlon Hut gone unto that tchnol Where the no longer necJs thy poor protection And Chriit hlmscll doth rule Ai a fair maid we ihill agiln bcholil her Clothed with celestial Krce With all the beauties of her soul expanded Standing before her fathers face tho only rccourso and that could not bo effected unilnr tho circumstances with out implicating Colonel Maynard asked Thon yo fco no way open tho corporal despondontly It is impotbihlo for mo to not intelligently alone If I could sco Colonel Maynard porhaps together wo might hit upon a plan Would yo meet him between tho linos Thero is not Bufllciont time Thoros flvo or bix hours Fitz Hugh stood pondering for a fow raomonts without reply Then suddenly starting up ho said Go toll Colonel Maynard that I will moot him as you suugeht Let tho point of rendezvous bo lot mohco whorodo you consider a feasiblo point You havo just como through 01 would namo tho bank of tho crook nt a point duo west of this How long n timo will bo roqulrcd boforo tho meeting can tako place It is now n littlo nf ter 11 It may bo an hour it may bo longer If yo will Ixj thoro colonol nt 13 oclock woll meet yo as boon after as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ over tho ground at no laggard paco ana ordering n mount for tho corporal at the Famo time tho two waited impationtly till both animals wero led up boforo tho Mounting they began to climb tho Pea Vino rldg a Ratigan who had been over tho ground led tho way Thoy reached tho top of tho ridge and tho corporal pointed out tho position on the creek duo webt of Ringold whoro they wero to meet Colonol Fltz Hugh Do Bcending tho slopo thoy camo upon a Union vodetto aud wero challenged with Who comes thero tho usual words Tho colonel commanding with an ordorly inspecting vedottes They wero advanced gnvo tho countersign aud passed on Taking a routo between two roads aud meeting no moro guards thoy cautipusly approached tho placo of rendezvous On reaching tho bank of tho crock they descended it tho corporal riding ahead aud pcoring through tho darkness to discover what thoy wero looking for Presently tho dark flguro of a horseman emorged from a clump of trees on tho opposite bauk aad rodo forward toward tho creek Ratigan saw him and believ ing him to bo somo ono in attendauco upon Colonol Fitz Hugh called Oiroland a To tho rescue callod tho man low volco aud rodo up to tho luurg of tho creek Tho two men arranged that Colont Fitz Hugh and Colonol Maynard thould advanco to tho roireotivo places thoy thomsolvcs occuplod an Boon as thoy had withdrawn Thon wheeling each rode back to his principal nud in a fow mo monts moro tho Union und Confcdornto officers faced each otbor from opposlto Tho distauoo bo banks of tho creek twean them at this point was but a few yards and tho night was not so dark but that thoy could plainly seo each oth- Â¬ er Tho equestrian figure stood silent each waiting for tho other to speak Tho only sound camo from tho gurgling of tho stream which flowed between them Yon aro Colocol Fit Hugh I be lieve said Maynard I am I recognise Colonel Maynards Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tent theory in the treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affections has been advanced by tho manufacturers of Dr IJells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a wonderful remedy All dealers sell it on a positive guarantee For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser Constan Â¬ tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowleyville Ky W E Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky A new cert a signal by which each should know tho other Suggest ono Oill doubtless bo with Colonol May nard 0111 cry Olrolaud aud yo can respond To thorcscuo Colonol Fitz Hpgli called to thoso waiting outsido who had brought in Corporal Ratlgau nud directed thorn to blindfold him and tako htm to tho Fcdoral linos and if posslulo insuro his getting through without injury Thoy wero to report tho result to him in any event Itatlgan know nothing but tho gallop of tho horso ou which ho sat with a handkerchief about his eyes until tho party conducting him drow roln and ho was directed to dismount Then ho was asked if ho would bo oscortod to a Union vodotto known to bo on a road leading around tho north cud of the ridge or Toloe whether ho would go alotte I beard years jCHll go nloue 1m Mid If ye go Â¬ potislblo You will find mo thero at 12 It wonld bo well colonol to con- Â¬ To the Physicians of Breckenridge County IlAnniNSDuiin Ky April 13 1803 We are sadly in need of a medical society in Breckenridgo county Our neighbor Â¬ ing physicians of Hardin and Meade each have live progressive associations Its advan- Â¬ and why not Breckenridge tages frooi both a social and professional standpoint not only to ourselves but to our patients as well are sufficiently apparent to be seen at a glance Recognizing to some degree at least the Importance of this matter we the undersigned physicians of Breckenridgo county take this method of bringing the subject before the profession o the coun- Â¬ ty and respectfully request that every physician In tho county meet with us at Hardinsburg on tho first Monday of the May term of the Circuit Court for the purpose of organizing a County Medical Society We would be glad if each physician would communicate with one or more ol us by that timo by way of encourage Â¬ went R T DUUHKR A M KlMCHKLOK hit e aaxtaiH even- - 8 P Pakks MHrefc oab Jolly Saturday aud Sunday Dr Burch and Forest Lyons went on the excursion to Louisville Saturday and both report a pleasaut time Mr Warren Alyey and family moved to Daviess county last week We hated to givo them up as they wero loved by E W Bagby a prominent lawyor of every one Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine Mrs Clarenco Miller and sons Wavlo Tar Honey cured his children of whoop-Â¬ Cleveland and Charlie wero the guests ing cough when all things elso failed of her sister Mis John Walker a few Its a new remedy for all coughs For days last week sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr Every person big little old or young R II McMullin McDanieIsM Meyer Co Buras Geo Heysor Constan Â¬ black or white rich or poor who has tino A Taylor Rosetta Drury Bennott ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ nounce it the best cough and lung rem Â¬ Co Bowleyville Ky W E Brown edy on earth Its true too so we guar Â¬ Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols Garfield antee For sale by Short HaynesClov Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky erportDr R II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer Co Buras Geo Heyser The Eternity of To day There are many heroic souls who sit Constantine A Taylor Rosetta Drury enduring patiently tho trials and tribula- Â¬ Bjnnett Co Bowleyville Ky W E tions of their lives and who find their Brown Irvington Ky Jno P Nichols only consolation in a persistent looking Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring forward to tho joys of eternity which Ky they expect to gain when their exper Â¬ PAYNESVILLE ience here is over Mr John Kerrick and wifo were in It is a pathetic thing to consider the well meaning town Sunday efforts of theso patient waiters who aro trying to find comfort Mr aud Mrs Frank Bpentlast Sunday warmth and joy from their contmpla with Mrs Alex Norris tion of the dim future Thos Brown and wife attended church Sometimes this dreary fortitude seems at Highland last Sunday mistaken as well us woful not because Mr Tom Fackler and Miss Anna Elder tho hopo cherished in the waiting hearts were visiting friends lure last Sunday is delusive but because such a persistent Mrs John Mattlngly spent the day living in the futuro blinds the sufferer to a great deal of to days present good with Mrs Lizzie Arnold one day last which he might realize without losinc week Mr Richard Cooms Is preparing to his future advantage Thero is an immense amount of com- Â¬ saw Ho has his engine almost ready mon senBO to be found in tho tieory for business that after all eternity is now and now oohn Mattingly was vlsitiDg his is all tho eternity we Bhall over get To- daughter Mrs 8 E Wilson of Clover- Â¬ day is part of our eternity quite as port last week much as to morrow will be or next Miss Carrie Davis will soon tako her year or next century We talk much of departure for Wolf Creek where she will eternal happiness and this eternity keep millinery shop yet wo say has no beginning or end Mr aud Mrs Tom Payne of Rhodelia fact that to day is part of the inclusive were visiting their parents Mr and Mrs our eternity and that if wo do not get somo eternal happiness out of each to- Â¬ Jim Payne last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Levi Kerrick aud Maud Flaherty day wo will never get any at all This havo returned from a short visit to Mr we do not realiza or act upon And when we have waked thoroughly and Mrs John Kerrick near Irvington up to tho fact that this painfully strained Miss Nannie OBryau has returned living in the future is a mistake wo may from Louisville wheio she has been Und to day Is not so barren as we thought selecting her spring hats Two millinery As its possibilities unfold and the hid Â¬ shops in town now den eternal happiness it holds comes to Mrs 0 E Youtslor has declined the light wo begin to find out how much Idea of going to Oklahoma and will still eternal happiness wo have thrown away follow the millinery business She will because we had not taken each day order her hats this week of every day what tho eternity Wo can say wo have a flourishing little brought us The eternity of to day town at present two schools progressing holds something for each of us What nicely with Misses Ella Flaherty aud is it Harpers Bazar Daisy Payne as teachers Success to both is the wish of all EKRON Mr Nick Hardest1 is contemplating a J D Babbage of the News was in happy future He says he will be out petty soon hunting him a mate for he town Monday will need one after harvest to make bis Win Illlf of Garrott wont to Louis c lit for him His wheat is looking fine villo Wednesday via Ekron We learn that Miss Dessle Brown has II Max Willett and Wade Shacklett opened up a spring school at the Graham went to Hill Grovo Sunday Fannie Allen wont to Qrahampton shool house It will no doubt be a sue Saturday returning Monday morning ceisful term as Desslo ia an industrious Frymire shipped a car young lady and will certainly do justice Richardson load of fruit trees to Glenueano lost to her pupils week Mrs Ement Richardron went to Irv- Â¬ The way to cure a cough is to stop the ington Thursday to visit her father and coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey mother cuts loose the mucous heals tho lungs Mr Mitchell of New Albany was visiting Mr P P Archer and family aud bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in one night For sale by Short Sunday HaynesCloverport Dr R II McMul- Â¬ Miss Mollio B Board of Irvington was here last week the guest of Mrs S lin McDanlels MMeyer Co j Buras J Brown A Geo Heyser Constantine Taylor Mrs S J Browu went to tho city Mon Â¬ Rosetta Drury Bennett Co Bowley Â¬ day to purchase a millinery stock for the ville Ky W E Brown IryingtonKy spring trade Jno P Nichols Garfield Ky A R Dr R W Warfleld and son James went to Hardin county Monday to visit Morris Big Spring Ky his relatives and friends for a week In tho Arms of Jeans I am agent for the Pheonlx Lime Co of Stephensport and will say to all in The death angel entered the door ot need of lime in any quantity I can furn Â¬ ish it at 05 cents par barrel call on me Mr and Mrs J W Brown on Tuesday April 2nd at 7 ISO oclock a m and bore at depot Z T Cox away their darling child Clarence Elba aged ten months and five days He died from dregs of whooping cough having gotten very well over it when pneumo Â¬ nia set up and after getting fairly over that a bowel trouble came up that took the little sufferer away Everything that Buffer untold bjIs1m from a tens or dli- eaoy thr cannot OTsreoms could be done was done to alleviate hie Sllfurlng but to no avail and death took BRADFIELDS ram ila Dariilntnr W him from the arms of his grlef arlcken I UIIIUIO IIUUIUIUI WIUU mother and placed him ia the areas of Jmiu where he will be reaching out his ACTS AS A SPHCIFIC little hands to weJeewe us should we It cusa hsiMb to bloom and Jay U ntga prove etHsalvM worthy fruoa tbreufbout We abatl try te reeenelle a reel yea It Never Falls to Cure ever the lew of our sweet little babe W taunt s4 has ban uadar we know he It doae with tlw UoaWks 4 thk old world Gods wit bi done oe ttwu hi Moth is MmU to MMVUTM BrUWHM Cry Â¬ 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 Service fee reduced from 12 to 10 to insure a living colt Clubs of eight or ten for 8 Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting Respectfully patronage I am Â¬ CLHAWKINS Why Gold Does Not Depreciate Daviess County Ky Mr EmTon In your issue of April II I seo a letter published signed It P S He appears to baso hio argument principally on ridi- Â¬ cule He says J II A a extracts aro garbled from writers whose books can be bought at tho rate of twenty for one 1 00 This Is not argument lie quotes the opinion of men who advocate the interest of the money louder and based only on opinion not facts J II A asks what makes tho bullion In a gold dollar worth tho face value of tho coin K P 8 Eays it is because tho bullion in gold has utility and costs labor to produce it Tho statistics show the average cost of labor to produce a dollar of gold bullion Is thirty cents whilo the average cost to produce the bullion of a silver dollar is sixty cents You can seo at a glanco that the argument of R P S is worse than the twenty for 100 hooks I only want to answer ono of R P Ss questions What makes the bullion in a gold dol lar worth the face value of the coin The reason gold does not deprcciato is because the bank of England Is required by law to pay three pounds seventeen shillings and six penco which in our money would bo near 1805 for every ounce of gold bullion presented to their bank The law is by act of Parliament of 1814 and will bo found in a work on money its laws and history page 207 written by Henry V Poor Our Con stitution says Congress alone ias the right to coin money and regulate its value Why cannot the United States which havo more wealth and greater resource than any other nation do for silver what England has done for gold Simply because tho money power of England says she shall not and the authorities at Washington obey Â¬ Correctly weekly by Pumphrey jee itommusion itiercnama Main and Market LouUvllle Iaufer Pro LOUISVILLE KT April 15 UV5 Sblppen ihoald mark all package plainly with iblpperi name and poit offlo addreit BUTTER 14 Choleo country IS Medium Creamery G EQQS 11 8 U 20 Freib BBANS Michigan hand picked ndIaDa Navy Old or Common and colored 1 1 FEATUEK8 Prime white goaie Mixed Old No 1 dnek to 22 5 74 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 35 25 38 IS 25 3 b 30 10 00 flreen rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep iking Uent per lb Duck HIDES i 7 VA A 20 9 6 40 Hi POULTRY 7 VA 7 8 6 M 9 06 0z 5 Turkey alive Turkeys dreaied DRIED APPLEd AND PKAOHEtM Apples choice bright quarters X to Apples average i to Apples old Peaches new Peaohes old 4 WOOL to 3 Tub washed Orease fine Qrease coarse Merino 21 IS S 8 21 JJ lj Barry and Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Cuts- MISCELLANEOUS KM 25 - 10 X 12 IS 12 wharfi 30 S 35 Molasses UAY GRAIN FEED We quote prices to day on Louisville city OATS No 2 oats UAV 22 10 50 11 00 10 00 38 13 00 B J W Strictly eholoe Choice No 2 flood Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Choice white Choloe shelled flood to extra shipping- The Standard remedy for all stomach and liver complaints is Ripans OnetabulegivesYe lief but in severe cases one should be taken after each meal until the trouble has disappeared Tabules rtlpun Tabulct may be obtained through your nearetC druggiat Trice 5a cent a box 5 12 00 11 00 450 42 48 CATTLE Best Butcuers 3 Medium to good butchers 3 HOGS Choice paoklng and butchers 4 Fair to good 4 Roughs -- 6 Shoata and tflgs 100 lbs and nnder4 flood to extra shipping Fair to good flood to extra spring Fair to good Light shipping - 4 00 3 50 Q 4 26 3 75 40 00 90 53 85 3 25 85 50 6 75 76 M 5 00 2 15 2 50 54W 3 6 00 SUEEP PENNYROYAirWAFERS monthly A lambs 2 00 2 75 m For A SURE aucu voutrAau salo by CHAS O MARTIN Practical Drogglit CLOVKUPOnTKY ineclflo mdlcln for lttilef uj rvatvr svou rvfuib w ranw ludny free healthy tUMt plaleM barge Vo ache or palnr on ladlm by ovtr proton Now l n tiled wllluMairla Invlroiaui tbeM organ bur f jour dnitfUt cmIv thnM with our afffnaliir ifrosi faccotUbel Avoid ubAltuUa Bealttd toartloulara mailed to Btarop il GOper box ddrow feUWCA CHMKUL 4 50 ft 4 75 2 68 4 00 ui Louisville St Louis Texas RJ Cs jio TTMW asro 24 A TaklHir tilfect At 600 oclck U Sunday HTTITTTX Oh 30 1894 t5 TABLERSDII V BUCK EYE Wu Bound Traini 68 BaitBeund Prmn Mall risiiji VW OS OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PIIES Kxprs Kxprs Pally Dally Mall STATIONS asxpra oo Is6 884 630pm 7S0im 825 M 11 911 rUnu ptai Kentucky St Wtrt Point Howard RockHavea Long Branch Brandenburg Irvington Ltttitmtr Kkroa Gaetoa Pally 100 Ml Wefi 1121 12 Kim Dally 7 47 Thousands iBKST REMEDYfcr FILES BBIB MY AII BKUCtaiaTM known for and CERTAIN CURE IB 8U em 030 917 WOO 8J1 yeanfath K 9 fit Hit 1106 10W k 11 list -- 4 of Women 9 3J WUMW 08 Lu SI L T Rk Fofdsvlfje TIME Braid 83 Staple Holt Clevereert Skojf Skilluan Fettle PalcM Care LfKltport rowew Weree TAKING TABU Nf 24 BFFSOT DEO 30 ISM West Bound Tralna XastBenadTraUs riaTF K1T7 DUy 15315 eaSuB ex Sun STATIONS He 2 So NoB Mol Lv Irvlarlmi A HarUiaalMiMr HaweevllW Hhm4 Klik 11 I frArfeaStt t4hsfUUtlertlMt QwentWro Mattlagly OrifftV Stanley WoitMaftM rataa IS pitWaM Children for MHeJiMv A statu rHaa4eia Raade SMttevUie v T jr WtHrJ OaptHm iFNN3mUl MtaaM ywu MMaewl mr Nmsmwib j m pppWMW Mntn Tiyymi WM llw lJWlljpHppin fHB Awarded Highest Honors World eHmeKBKMBL3ftOBL Republican In Cinvontlon There was a good nntnbtrof Repub Â¬ licans met nt Hnrdltitburg Monday in iimss convention to nominate delegates to the coming Statu convention which mecls on May 20 The meeting wa not as harmonious as wo have reen In former days There were n number of applrauta for tho high honors which thecotivcnllon had to bestow and in dichlng thesu out it was hard to satisfy nil the demands Heretoforo in Republican conventions lu this county it was nn easy matter to dish out tho places and honor but now when things as they think are all going their Way there aro numerous and pressing demands from all quarters Tho boys In the trenches have to bo p ovided fur the politician the place set kcrs and tho leaders who havo fought bit d and dird for his party all these want something and tis hard to adjust matters to suit nil and keep them pulling the samo string Tho convention was calltd to order by Chairman Frank Haswell who on mo-Â¬ tion was mado permanent chairman Joo M Fitch was elected Secretary with Jesse R Eikrldge as assistant On motion the Chairman appointed William Smith V B Burton Chinla Royalty Jonn P Haswell jr and Jas A Allen a committee to appoint dele Â¬ gates which retitcd for that purpose While the committee was out there were calls for speeches The Hon Chos Stanford and the Hon Jonas D Wilson and a number of others were loudly called for but excused themselves The committee finally made their re- Â¬ port and with it tho fun commenced Jesse Eskridge was tho first to object to the report It did not suit him Tho honors wero not distributed to his liking and ho moved to strike out certain names and from this thcro was such a striking as no Democratic convention ever had It was nil Chairman Haswell could do to hold tho kids down but ho was master of tho situation and after an hours wrangling substituting and rising to a point of order tho delegates were named They an as follows viz HAItUINSnUHO DISTRICT NEWS ejlxOVElRFORF Ktf GROVELAND BIG SPRING G A Mendor was in Loulavillo last week Mr T It Moorman was on tho sick list laBt week Mr Ji S Clarksoii Sr was In Bran Â¬ denburg last neek Mr Jack Trent of Brandenburg was in our midst last week Wo aro glad to say that the health of our community is good Miss Ruby Miller is visiting friends and relatives at Cecilia Mr Herbert Miller leaves In a few days for Kansas City Mo Mr J W Hardin was sick lost week suffering from a bilious attack Rev Geo Cunditr filled tho pulpit at tho M E church last Sunday Mr E W Jones went to Louisvlllo last week to sell tobacco and cattle Mr Ben Chirkson jr visited in Eliza Â¬ bethtown lost Friday and Saturday Mr Silas Moorman and daughter Mrs Myers visited Mr James Moorman last week The small pox scaro has reached our town and most every one is being vacci- Â¬ nated Dr Strotlior has been on tho Bick list this week suffering from an attack of la grippe Mrs Bennett of Vino Grove is visit Â¬ ing her daughter Mrs Geo Sciphus of this place Mr Jesso Eskridge editor of tho Har Â¬ dinsburg Leader was in our town last Thursday Mrs Achilles Moorman and Mrs A W Clarkson visited relatives In Louis- Â¬ ville lost week Mies Bettie Clarkson lias returned from Brandenburg and is staying with her grandmother Mrs A W Clarkson Miss Elizabeth Eskridgewho bos been visiting Miss Clara Morris returned to her homo at Hardinsburg last Thursday Lost Sunday was Easter and quite a largo crowd of our young people attend ed services at St Martins church near hero Mr Wm Pendleton was called last Friday to tho bedside of his mother who lives at Red Hill She is very low with pneumonia I read tho letter of tho Beech Grovo Grove correspondent and enjoyed it very much and truthfully return the compli Â¬ ment she paid tho Big Spring correspon- Â¬ Â¬ Pair J II L Moorman wont to Hendereon ThiHEday Father J J Pike passed up nil the train last Thursday Thos Caley Htid family liave moved back to town from Henderson V Chnrllo Payno Is building n large tobacco warehouse at Unmet A number of persons around town have sodded their yards lately Courtney Duncan is very much Utter and Is now In a fair way to recover VTho lovoly flowers at tho M E church Sunday wero loaned by Mr nud Mrs Mr Vchhler of near Itork Haven was in Grovcland shopping Wednesday Mr and Mrs Jake Samuels called on our merchants Utile wife Sunday night Mr and Mrs 0 J Hunsel were the guests of Mrs D Montgomery last Sun as fast AS j Eager Purchasers COME AND Â¬ CREAM lift if v BAKING IKV u Lw i K m s - -- P- L A Mr Waller Hewitt of St Louts was tho guest of Miss Nellie Beverley ono day last week MOST PERFECT MADE Tho Cincinnati Coopcrago Company A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Frea from Ammonia Alum Or any other adulterant lias ono ol its barges lying at the lower AO YEARS THE STANDARD wharf loaded with staves The collection taken up at St Pauls Notice to Snbioriberi Episcopal chureh Henderson last Sun Â¬ The date on tht label Indicate the time to day amounted to 238731 which your ubictlptlon It paid This acrvea both at a receipt on expiration notice every Frank B Richardson candidatu for week Kxamlnc the date printed after Your name on the martin ofthla paper and ee If It la Railroad Comissloner wan sinking correct If not correct pleate to let ua know If your time hat expired pleate renew at once bands with our people yesterday With every purchase of a pair ofehlld Breckenridge News rens shoes this week you get a rhging wblrl aglg tho latest novelty out Sul- Â¬ WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1895 zers Mrs Frank Selfried was called to Owensboro Friday on account of Iter LOCAL BREVITIES nephew Jflko Arnold who died with typhoid fever Boys clothing Supers Thos Bandy Irvington who has been to the City Bakery and got Trilby Go a sufferer for several months with an rakes Tiui us pure hpplo vinegar at the City abscess we aro glad to report is now in a fair way to recover Bakery Mrs A R Fisher and Sirs D R Mur- Â¬ Perforated stamping ilono py Mrs J ray went to Irvington last Thursday to 0 Heist Squire Stuart of Webster was in town see Mr John Fisher nud family Mr Fisher is in feeble health last Saturday A 33000 flouring mill is to be erected VTiarrett Hudson of Harned has sold his storehouse and dwelling to Julian at Unlontown Mr Brown Fqrswoll bats and bonnets go to Mil Brown of Hardinsburg will open a branch store out there lrrLlghtfootH Munseys Magazine delivered for ten LJ II Basham IIarnedis in town He has sold out his property at Harned to cents Babbage is out looking for a That old suit needs rest coine out in a W II Payno and location Ho thinks he will locate here spring suit Sulzers new The Ladies Missionary Society of the Gents fine black hose Hermsdorf Baptist church this city will give nn brand or SOots- at Cabbages excursion from Henderson to Louisville Freshest and prettiest spring fabrics May 2 for the benefit of tho parsonage you ever saw just in Sulzers J N Moxley of Hartford has sued letcalo shirts in all of the latest de- Â¬ J II Roberts and his bondsmen for 55 signs can now be seen at Babbagos 000 Roberta was marshal of Fordsvlllo Ivy tho little fifteen months old son and locked Moxley up witli another of J W and 0 G Morgan died March prisoner who maliciously abused and 24 beat Moxley JtiBt received lot of fresh cracknels Mrs Mary Stader Jenkins ago 73 andcrackers of all kinds C II Kledel years widow of Rev J H Jenkins died Co at her homo near Tonieville Wednesday Remember tho City- - Bakery is the morning of srrippe Her funeral services place to get your lunch when you come were held at Big Springs Baptist church to town to day Tuesday Elizabethtown News Gov Brown has refused to pardon Undo Billy Tindell young and Lee Cullen who was recently sent to tho sprightly at 73 camo down from Steph penitentinry CDeport Sunday with his young and Beaver Dam in Ohio county is now a blushing bride at 50 neo Mrs Julia Tho happy dry town Whisky was voted out Hanks of Stephensport young couple have tho best wishes of tho there latt week Light Brahma eggs for sale Felch News for a long and happy life Sylvester Pike president of the Union 100 for 15 Mns John Nkvitt strain town bank and ono of tho largest real Irvington Ky You will want alacecurraln stretcher estato owners in tho county did tho soon get one now before they aro all handsomo thing to four of his eldest children last week He made each of gone Sulzers present of 15000 in cash A stitcli in tlruo safes nino buy the them a A honso and lot on tho hill owned by No 0 L II Scherer Wllso Wheeler Mat Bell was sold here last Saturday agent Cloverport by order of court for 500 Mrs Lucro Dont scold your wife if she makes ten trips hero this week Mis 11 V Dun- Â¬ tia Carlton was tho purchaser Another house and lot situated near Eastland and can tho milliner belonging to Scott Bell was sold at tho Our spring lino of Monarch shirts Is same timo and brought O0S Dr It L awaiting your inspection come In and Newsom was the purchaser see them Babbage County Surveyor Royalty will begin A hat like a lamp must be woll trim Â¬ next week surveying the taxed districts med to show good light Mrs II V Hardinsburg and a part of McDanlels to Duucan the milliner establish the lines in order to settle dis- Â¬ Our spring goods aro exceptionally putes that aro constantly coming up by flue so varied in pleasing styles and parties living on or near the lines elegant novelties Suz rs Ho ill begin at Tates old mill on tho Fort BALK One famous O I 0 male North Fork of Rough creek hog nine months old 25 if taken soon jAlr and Mrs James G Stephens have I A Parko Clifton Mills returned to their homo Alta Vinta Fob Sale Twenty two famous 0 1 0 Mr Stephens is Just from Florida says and Scotch Polan China plge reasonable they wero shipping strawberries and vegetables in spite of tho last freeze of B A Parks Clifton Mills True economy is buying the best goods Feb 8th That in two years tho old at the lowest prices and our storo is the orange trees will be in bearing again Tho Louisville cattle market opened place to practice it Sulzers government lias resumed work on up Monday actlvo and strong at last The Qjeen and Rough rivers The latter will weeks prices on all grades and all sold Shippersfair to good5 to 5 25 Butch- Â¬ be made navigable to Hartford to good steers 475 to 5 00 Our trimmed hats are pictures as ers fair Feeders 3 75 and 1 Hogs market Valuable as oil paintings and as cheap steady at 5 to 5 10 Spring lambs t as chromos Mrs II V Duncan to 425 Still tho shirts go the pleasing colors The jury In tho Burr murder case at and elegant fit with tho price on them Ind returned a verdict for makes them regular bargains Sulsers Rockport This was two years in the penitentiary Mrs Eliza Taylor came down from one of the most noted trials that haa been Rosetta last Friday to sea her nephew held in Southern Indiana for years The Courtney Duncan who has been very trial has been going on for ten dajs and ill tho crowd in ottondanco was estimated Wo aro the bargain givers for spring at from two to three thousand people J81y AH through our house tho new Tho meeting at tho Methodist church spring novel lies aro being displayed Thero have been no is still going on Sulzers conversions or additions to tho church Obituary notices and resolutions of but the interest scorns to bo good if the respect inserted at A cents a lino Par Â¬ size of tho congregation is any indicalies sending in these notices will please tion Tho church is crowded every boar this in mind evening Rov Lyon is an earnest forci Dobies Coffee Economizer makes your bio preacher and his sermons ere all coffee last twlco as long Fits any pot interesting and listened to with rapt at Â¬ He is a fine Binge r and bis Free circular Arthur L Dobio ft Co tention songs are much enjoyed by all He Grant Uldg AtlauU Ga ttey Fred D HhIp of Owensboro baa preached two excellent sermons laet decided to visit Europe and tho Hoy Suaday Land this spring His church has grant Â¬ ed him a two months leave of absence to aiakt the trip is health The secret ofhealth is Eggs for sale from pure bicd fowls Light Brahmas Buff Cochins Silver the power to digest and assim- Â¬ White LeghorBt ilate a proper quanity of food spangled Hamburg Brown Leghorn Red Cava ad B Ply Iskaki Holder Clo Â¬ This can never be done when 9utitU Keeks verport Ky the liver does not act its part a sowing amebian repairer m Ian B wars of tramps who woll at satoaoaii jepalr maubiiw in ether words raU Tutts Liver Pills are an abso Kvery Jb ataraaUtwl ly mo I Jhftam for sick headache dys Olt Wad K- - luequre VoOall JMN looatsd lrr pah OH ItfUtd tot Ml JUMfalMS L II pepsia sour stomach malaria ariwfti Otowyrt Ky constipation torpid liver piles -Â¬ l0WDR HA Ootzo Frank Haswell and Morris Eskridge Alternates Peto Sherron and J R Esk ridgo CLOVEnroitT DISTniCT W Jordan and W A Smith Alter Â¬ nates II A Walker and John B Bates G UNION ETAIt Daniels and Alf RootAlternatts Roland Smith and L II Bosley BRWLKYVIIIE John Hon Chas Blanfordnnd Joe M Fitch Alternates II G Stowart and Jno 0 Miller lltlDSONVILIK John MtCninish and Dr Ben Harned Alternates Ben McCoy and W 0 But- Â¬ ter HOUGH CRKRK V B Burton and Dan Parish Alter nates Lewis Ash by and John P Garner Â¬ The delegate business settled tho fight then came up over instructions and res- Â¬ olutions And how tho oratory did flow Burton as usual was heard above all the rest and got in Ills work and carried his Haswell points Eskridge Miller Smith and Chancellor all had their say while Blanford and Wilson came in as peace makers gave tho kids some good advice which was accepted and tho following resolutions were adopted when tho convention adjourned ISKSOIUTIOVS By tho Republicans of Breckenridge county in convention as- Â¬ sembled Finl Wo recognizing tho Hou W 0 Bradley as an eminent statesman and courageous leader that wo instruct our deh gates to tho State Convention to cast their votes first last and all the time for him for Governor Second That we also in3truct them to cast their votes for tho Hon G W Long for Stale Treasurer and to use all honor ablo means to secure his nomination Ttinl That wo further instruct thorn to cast their votes for Morris Eskridge for tho offlco of Attorney General Fourth That we also instruct our del- Â¬ egates to voto for and use their influence to secure the nomination of N B Chambers for tho ofllco of Register of the Land Ofllco Fifth In tho event our State Conven Â¬ tion nominate a man for U B Senator Be it retolvcd That our delegates bo in Â¬ structed to vote for Hon John W Lewis for U S Senator The following resolution offered by the Hon Chas Blanford was unanimous- Â¬ ly adopted That it is the sense of this Convention that it is unwise and impol Â¬ itic for tho State Convention to take any action looking to the nomination of a candidate for U S Senator Be it resoiveii day Wonder how Brother Wlllclt found out his cons had gotten into tho garlic patch 7 Dr Willett and family of Ekron were the guests of Mrs J 0 Willett Soturday evening and Sunday Miss Carrie Allen attended tho Lit Â¬ erary Society nt Ekron Friday night and reports it to bo quite a success Dick Dowell mojt assuredly keeps the road warm from Ekron to Mr 0 D Richardsons How about it Dick 7 Mrs Gus Bruncr who has been ill for tho past three weeks is very nearly her Â¬ self again and wo hopo she will soon bo out Mr and Mrs Davo Henry of Mul draugh came down Tuesday to visit Mr Btn Carricos family whilo it was too wet to work Misses Eva Richardson and Eula Jones Prof E Courtney Dick Dowell and Will Jones were the guests of Lula and Lena Willett Sunday Wonder why Eula Jones lias com Â¬ menced piecing quilts In such dead Wo think some ono has been earnest persui ding her to Mr Allen Saunders who was shot on last Sunday morning by Mr Milton Rhodes of near Garrett is getting along nicely He was not seriously injured as was feared and hopes to be up in a few days Mr Lee Powell is on the sick list tills week We hear ho is under the treat- Â¬ ment of Doc Jones We hopo ho will recover soon and will not bo tho subject of any more experimenting Messrs Ben Carrico J D Jones and J C Willett havo lately purchased a supply of lino peach and apple trees which in a few years they think will bear plenty of fruit to eat and some to spare if they are not injured like most nil fruit has been this season I was asked some tlmo ago What has become of Groveland Well it still exists aud is slowly but surely increas- Â¬ ing not only In size but in quantity A new house went up last weok and a family of six moved in Tho population is now about fifty throwing in pet lambs and dogs for good count Buck Grovo Sunday School was organ Â¬ ized Sunday with largo attendance Mr Gus Bruner Supt and Wilbur Willett Sect All seem to bo interested in the now work and wo must not forget that if we wish to succeed wo must all work together and work with our might for labor conquers all things Xjuiltings aro tho rago in our vicinity now Wo want to bo well prepared for tho next cold winter Thoso composing tho quiltiug party aro Mrs J D Jones and daughter Mics Eula Mrs Ben Car- Â¬ rico Mrs Salllo Kendall Miss Lou Shacklett Miss Carrie Allen and Mrs J 0 Willett and daughter Miss Lena We not only work but havo a jolly time and lots of good things to eat Rev D F Shacklett and sister Miss Lou and Eula Jones went to the creek one day last week hunting water cress and it was a sight to havo seen them on their way homo The buggy was so full of cress and other things they had se- Â¬ cured on their rounds that there was no room for Brother Shacklett in tho buggy so ho he mounted tho borso and drove in preference to walking home I know Maud will not want to go cress hunt- Â¬ ing again soon WE CAN OPEN UP OUR CARRY IT Away With Them SPRING GOODS in tho now styles and new colors aro now appealing strongly to tho hearts of every lady now looking for Spring Wear Our new Spring Styles are of tho latest weaves and colore NEW STOCK Lovers of Beauty Find hero the prettiest of Spring Goods Lovers of Fashion Find hero the Latest nnd Best Styles Lovers of Economy Find here is tho place to savo money Its no wonder our stock is melting away like a lump of ice on a red hot stovo Its no wonder it keeps us ordering moro As fast as our Spring Stock comes in our customers come in to pack it away WHAT MAKES OOME THEM I i Its tho immense stock wo carrythe won- Â¬ derful variety we aro showing tho liberal dealings wo aro giving tho newest novelties tho kind and liberal treatment to all SULZERS gBffifflffiffiffiBEflBgBgLB8BMBB A dent Tho open session of the Womans Mis sionery that was to havo taken place on last Saturday evening has been postpon- Â¬ ed indefinitely on account or tho illness of some of its members Mr A B Morris lost several hundred pannels of fence by fire last week and Mr Kack Smitii lost his barn corn plows and gears by the same fire It started from burning brush and the wind raised very high and it got beyond their control Mr and Mrs H Meyer have returned from Louisville where thoy went to lay in spring goods and a stock of millinery Ladies desiring new hats and bonnets will do well to call and examlno their stock Tho sad news of tho death of Miss Frances Clarkson one of our brightest and most popular youOg ladles camo to hand lost Wednesday morning She was in Chicago having her voice culti vated and was taken very ill and died on last Tuesday evening April Oth We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the members of tho bereaved family Â¬ ins J- taan PRING MILLINERY BYMIHONV IN COLO It 4 What a medley of color harmonies What n superb panorama of dreamy ribbons misty laces lovely How era The flowers of tho for- Â¬ est tho conservatory the garden are all abloom here Flowers from all climes and In all stagps of growth from the modest daisy to tho queenly roso or raro orchid Our Millinery is not of tho fearfully and mado variety Tho creation of choicohaU and bonnets is an art Wo adapt tho nicest of the foreign models to the refined and dis- Â¬ criminating tastes of Cloverport ladies Our exhibit exemplifies tho highest standard of simplicity and beauty t CiovEnronT -- Wo could quote prices but prices do not sat Â¬ isfy You want style you want something becoming something superior exclusivo to capture your heart Is not this the place to find it Whether you wish to pay or Wo feel that we shall not fail to please 2o ic you RAYMOND Mr Edgar Adkisson had a large barn raised last Saturday Mrs J E Mercer visited Mrs Bloom Parr Wednesday Rev Wood took dinner with Mr and Mrs J E Mercer Sunday Mr Will Tom Alien was the guest of of Miss Cora Hendry Sunday If you want a safety fund policy for insurance call on Mr J F Claycomb The singing at Miss Angil Chappells lost Saturday njght was quite a success Nick you and Charlie must not look so sad faint heart never won fair lady J Nick Mercer made a flying trip to Louisville last week to buy cattle but failed to get any Mr Charles Adkisson of New Bethel was tho guost of Miss Nettlo Cashman Saturday and Sunday Mr Jesso Cashman was at Mr John Mercers last Sunday the attraction still grows more interesting Misses Beltio Payne Nellie Shaw aud Mr Tom Robertson visited Misses Jaule and Cora Hendry Sunday Miss Cora Hendry is wearing a big gold ring on tho third finger of her left hand We wonder what that means Mr and Mrs Bloom Parr and Miss Del Basham wero very pleasantly enter- Â¬ tained at Mr and Mrs G A Hendrys last Sunday Miss Trcea Smith attended church at Payneavillesotno weeks agoand camoback very much pleased Wef xpi ct she saw her best fellow It reports are true Mr Henry Cash man will build him a houso shortly He thinks it wouldnt bo worth any thing without a Hall iu it MRS Ky H V DUNCAN muiy IRVINGTON Mr Lawrence Iowis and brother of Louisville attended church bore Sunday Messrs Clarence Board and Horndon McGhee wero tho guests of Miss Salllo Henry Sunday evening The church was well decorated with tho fairer sex who wero attired in their beautiful Eastor costumes At tho request of our regular corres- Â¬ pondent who is sick I will with pleas- Â¬ ure wrlto a few lines to tho Nkws Miss Ellon and Kitty Munford and Reo Washington spent Easter with Mr and Mrs Jonas Lyon our hospitable hotol keeper Mr and Mrs E B Protheroe called on Mrs Susie Richardson at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs D W Hen Â¬ ry Easter Sunday Brother Yohaman of Persia lectured Saturday night on Persia which was very interesting to the many who at- Â¬ Ho also preached for us on tended Sunday afternoon Services at the Catholic church at Mt Merino drew the largest crowd that has assembled thero at Easter for many years Tho church was beautifully deco- Â¬ rated with palms magnolia hyacinth and other of natmes choicest offerings r showing in tho decorations tbo artistic taste of Mrs Wathon and Miasa Maggie Greenwood The choir rendered Wern- Â¬ ers Mass M 0 witii excellent effect Mise Julia Greenwood with becoming graco and dignity presided at tho organ Too much can pot be said Inprakeof the singing of Mla Nora Henderson in her rendition of tho Benedictiw and Hymn to the Sacred Heart Father Carroll as celebrant of the bum sang with much feeling hie voice befog one of particular melody and sweetness Hie sermn on tho Keaarrectioa embod Â¬ ied thoughts calculated to awaken all to a better life The afternoon service were we attended and equally ae en Â¬ joyable R emember Ami that the Â¬ Irvington Milling Continue to buy your Go make the on the market Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle SllCCp Wo sell Salt Brick Shingles Cement Bone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco Flour Meal and Mill Feed Fertilizers Corn Plantors Hay Rakes Wheat Drills Studebaker and Old Hickory Wagons Buggies aud Spring Wagons and tho only reliable Self Binder and Mower Binder Twine etc with a guaranteo on each article We sell nothing but first class goods at at prices to suit times Remember tho best is the cheapest in tho long run Your inspection patronago and correspondence respectfully tollcited w J Piggoit A Secret of Beauty Call and See Some of tho finest art work ever dono on a sewing machine at tho Wheeler Wilson oQlco I handle tho new W W No 0 ball bearing which makes it tho lightest running machine on tho market Call and seo for yourself betoro you buy Wo aro also headquarters for needles oil and supplies of all kinds Repairing a specialty and every job guaranteed I hayo iiad eleven years experience and understand my trade I am located hero and guamnteo satisfaction Offlco below bank L II Sherer Cloverport fy Yesterday was a bad day on the circiw people Tho rain which commenced In the early morning kept up until noon knocked out the paradtj and kept the country people away from town Mala has a good show Everything b clean ami bright aad the people connected with it art above the ordinary la Intel Â¬ ligence and gene al appearance The News ie sorry they struck a bad day In IRVINGTON MILLING CO IRVINGTON KY - Join i- CHINTZ ROYALTY Cloverport Normal Doyou know this Clompwt We are in receipt of an iBvitatlon from Dvs to attend a reeeptlott at Die Norton InHrawry given to the enut Mien Millie Begins June 3d 1805 and continues five weeks The review of the common school Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg branches will be helpful to pewns desir Â¬ attend to any business in the line of Surveying Finding lost lines and Will ing to paes the July examination Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in Class will be organised to accomodate corners a specialty Also a Notary Public and can take the acknow- Â¬ Breckenridge county solicited any pupils of the High School who may ledgements of deoda at time of surveying it parties desire it deeire to attend Address at Hardinsburg Ky Tuition 6 for the term For particulars apply to or address J II B Logan Cloverport Ky COUNTY SUEVETOE R N The Worlds Pmir mo bmhktg akowd fwwdir m pur w to Jtrmd im 7W tr mlmgprwratkXjL jaundice bilious feverf bilious Â¬ ness and kindred diseased TutVa Liver Pills iyV SttfcseriptloiM taketafer My SMgaelne or pejryeteife a Mi veeed prompt Â¬ ly ae tltey may be Muted Leave yenr omenta among which wm a beeket ol ordery at Babbage beautiful flower which aba tent to her moiber WeUpoorhat to vott Wm Cry Seilie anal oongrituuUe you moot heartÂ¬ ily InetHtitiOH of wMteli mating eWtM of Mies lallle ie a Member She waa the recipient of many uandeone ami useful I4t Kinchloe ATTORNEYS AT LAW Barns ATTORNEYatLAW HARDINSiUrlQ fwaetta In all tta County aad sunottiuIlBg Dittriet Will -- Miller ATTORNEY Mm J WW w Gus Brown AT LAW GLOVKJtPORT KY Coarta In the DM K KY Mamy KmI mh f 4 Children Pttohr Castrl for Hardinsburg Ky ir A NTKI aiiUMM wr U4y to Mil Dobka Offiw on Main street next door TJ AII1 Cama awnawlm ata aJr MvMMadUi ik coffM coaMMK Arthur A Cat north of poaioffloe U Oft Bldaa AtUota fla Di Tamj AH aNaa iMdbaj fto fek aMaa S Wlwilar will pWaw tamt favwar an4 Htlk ThoM koldUa clalata unilaVa t aaM ate raquaatad tq praaaat tamaf r rent war R rfPlKRCK Admlntatniar dftiinUtratara laU 4ca4 Mat paatr k 8 Highest of all In Leavening Power -- 1HEX BRROKRNRIDQR PrsVl Baking ABSOLUTELY PUBE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY APRIL News 17 ISttt J Puts A R P H A before tho war Tho result will bo as great too ay o far greater tho striking of the sliackels of industrial slavery from the hands of tho tolling millions of wsgo slaves both whlto and black As to tho proper vol n mo of money for n people to do btistnt Fs with I mi derUmdrof course that the natives of Alaska tho Inhabitants of tho Congo country or tho South Sea islanders would not need the samu volume of silver dollar would pass as a medium of money per capita as the people of tho exchange and value denominator at United Statt s Different degrQes of civ- Â¬ only 50 cents to the dollar while it would ilization and different volumes of trado continue to pay debts at tho rato of 100 aud commeico need different volumes of cents to tho dollar Is this one of K l money os instances whero ho feels that he is In this connection It P S quotes Jevon No ono can ono of the learned who aro happy na Â¬ approvingly as follows tell how much currency a nation requires ture to explore Latest US Govt Report NRS OLOYKHPORT KY OLD Powder Fow Moro Questions to 5S and Wants Them Answered He Still Contends That a Bar of Gold Is Not Monoy Till It Receivos tho Stamp of Government And the Stamp Backed By the Law Makes It Money He Says Ho In Entering This Debato An Should Have Assumed Air of Humility And Offers An Apology for Rush- Â¬ ing In Whero Angels Fear to Tread Tho Discussion to Close With Two More Articles I wish to repent the KmtouNewb questions not answered by It PS 1 want them answered First 117m made that bar of gold to be money to be legal tender t article uhatccer money liejore it receives the stamp of gmemment t Third H7rc lies the money function in the metal or in the stamp f Fourth Hare not the people of the United States jmwer through their agent the yoiermnent to jilace their stamp of authority on paper conferring on it all the functions of money f I repeat these questions because they have not been answered I am speakiut now of the present time A D 1SJ and not of what might could would or should have been dono under certain Second It any circumstances or conditions thousands of years ago With eeMiko evasiveness It V S de Â¬ votes a quarter of n column of space to evade tho first question Ho says Tho Btamp of the government makes gold legal tender and tho metal value with paid a debt than uncoined bullion or cotton or wheat This authoritatively refutes tho absurd contention of It P S that tho money unit must possess intrinsic valuo Ought not all good citizens to how to the decision of tho Supremo Oc urt it least until that decision is revised Why havo a Su- Â¬ the law males noney premo Couit if its decisions are not to It 1 S uses ono hundred and thirty be obeyed Yet It P S reading his gold words to evade tho second question I standard authorscontemptmusly rejects did not ask whether at some period of the decision of tho highest court tn the remote antiquity some people may not land have used by custom some article for My friend sneers at what lie is pleased money purposes without the government to term my twenty volumes for a dollar stamp Ho says Tho stamp is used library Sneeis arc not argument for but ono purpose to settle tho disputo This is about on a parity with his ar Â¬ between debtor and creditor gument for intrinsic value in the money I cannot understand how the stamp unit Hut I would remind him that it can settle such disputes unless contracts was just that sort of library that aroused nro made calling for money If there tho peoplo of America to a senso of the woro no legal tender money in existence national disgraco and awful crime of the contracts would call for something else institution of slavery and caused them If the contract called for so many bushels to riso up in their might and destroy it of wheat pecks of potatoes ounces of And millions of these twenty volumes for a dollar library are being circulated gold or pounds of spotted owl feathers it seems to me that tho obligation would to day among Gods disinherited and be discharged upon tho tender by tho they aro being read too witli as much debtor to tho creditor of tho things called enthusiasm as was Uncle Toms Cabin for in tho contract His attempt to answer is a failure In answer to the third question It 1 S Tho debt paying fuuetion when Bays needed lies in tho stamp the others valuo denominator medium of ex Â¬ change aud store of value Ho in the metal value Very well then let us tako a silver dollar Its faco value is 100 cents but the metal value is only about 50 cent Now according to II I Sa reasoning the the legal tender valuo of the silver dollar is 100 cents but its medium of exchange and value denominator valuo is only No ignoranco hero I This is M cents some of It I fls pure reason cold logic all Mum fllHTllllHt la-- lltf Ml m4IHMtMearn ww D7I Of course In entering this dobato with lMt sore poison WREr jlM U It I him I should have assumed an air of hu- Â¬ Dealing power ii I uotm 1M potion and liulld up U tjtum mility and I must tender an apology for WMMM M IM WillH M Hf nhing in where angela fear o tread SWIFT SPECIFIC CO AHuU C Again if 11 1 8 reaaona jorrectly the the stamp makes it money But he has told us in former articles that the stamp was added only to certify to the weight and fineness of tho metal Which proposition will he hold to Now we have according to It P S two things necessary to tho formation of money stamp and metal value not intrinsic value this time Then will ho tell us what quantity of metal valut is essential to tho formation of a dollar Must tho metal value represent a cer- Â¬ tain definite percentage of the total value of the dollar If so how much Must tho metal value bo 10 20 or oO per cent of tho face value of tho dollar or would ho put it at 70 80 or W per cent of the dollar Also will ho point out tho value of the stamp and tell us whether it shall bo 10 40 CO or 05 per cent of the faco valuo of tho dollar If it takes tho stamp and metal value both to make money tho stamp must be north something Iet mo repeat That bar of gold be Â¬ fore it received the stamp of government was not money at all after it rcceited the stamp it uas money The stamp baeled by In answer to the fourth he sayp J II makes the mistake of assuming that tho legal tender quality is the only No J II A doesnt fuuetion of monoy mako any such mistake ho assumes no such thing Tho very quintessence of money is tho function of legal tendor Tho other functions of money repre Â¬ sentative of values medium ofexchnngo Rcalo of valuation and measure of de Â¬ ferred poyments are contingent func- Â¬ tions having their origin in and Honing from this supreme function the functiou of legal tender Note this point well It I S has not told us what makei the bullion in a gold dollar worth the face valuo of the coin lie says Tho bullion in a gold dollar and tho coin will exchange for equal quantities of goods tienco they aro of equal value Well if I remember coriectly ho has told us that a scoro or moro of times Hut conceding that to ho true but it is not vhni causes the fdctl There is a difference between stating a fact and stating the cause for that fact For the edification of It PS and all other devout believers in tho motallic basis fraud I want to quote from the decision of tho United States Sup cmo court in the famous case of Knox valee in 1871 After deciding that Congress had full power to authorize tho issue of legal tender money the court said Hero we might stop but we wisli to notice hrieily an argument presented in support of tho position that tho unit of money value must possess intrinsic value this is It P Ss position exactly The argument is derived from assimilating tho constitutional provision respecting a standard of weights and measures to that conferring tho power to coin money and regulate its value It is said there can bo no uniform standard of weights with- Â¬ out weight or of measure without length or space and wo aro asked how any Â¬ thing can be a standard of value which itself lias no value It is hardly correct to speak of a standard of value Tho constitution does not speak of it It contem Â¬ plates a standard for that which has gravity or extension but value is an ideal thing The coinago acts fixes its unitas a dollar hut tho gold or silver thing wo call a dollar is in no sense a standard of a dollar It is a rcprescntutiic of ic There might never havo been a piece of money of tho denomination of a dollar There never was a pound sterling coined until 1815 if wo except a few coins struck in the reign of Henry VI L almost immed Â¬ iately debased yet it has been the unit of British currency for muny genera- Â¬ tions Tho court further said Whatever power there is over tho currency is vest Â¬ ed in Congress If the power to declare what is money is not in Congress it is annihilated Tho constitution does not ordain what metals shall bo coined or prescribo that the legal value of the metals when coined shall correspond at all with their intrinsic value on the market No ono ever doubted that a debt of 1000 contracted before 1834 could be paid by 100 eagles coined alter that year though they contained no more gold than 04 eagles such as were coined when the contract was made and this not be- Â¬ en use of tho intrinsic value of tho coin hut because of its legal valuo The eagles A Â¬ Â¬ and that to nttempt to regulate its quan Â¬ tity is tho last thing a statesman should do Then why does ho favor tho free coinago of sliver As no man not even a statesman can tell how much for ought ho money a nation requires knows wo have money enough now Free coinsgc might give us too much money Ki It ntly It P S docs not con Â¬ sider himself n staUsmnn however ho may regard himself as an economist If it is tho Instilling a stateMiian should do to try to regulate tho volume of why tloes It P S want to rogu money hte it by addinit freo coinage of silver to our present stock of money Tho money advocated by Populista will stand at par with whatever things are bought and sold for money Tho money system we advocate will givo us money of steady and uniform purchasing power Tho unit of monoy under our system would not incrcaso in purchasing power between tho making and ending of time contracts Moro on this subject later It P S gives an array of gold standard ormetalic standard authors who sup- Â¬ port as he claims tho position that monoy must possess intrinsic valuo to be sound honctt and good and asks douht ingly whero I got my quotations against the intrinsic value theory I have said that the greater i conomlsts are against tho position that money must possess in- Â¬ trinsic value and I ask tho Editor to give mo space next week for an article dovot ed exclusively to this subject Il that article I shall not quote from any twen Â¬ ty volumes for a dollar library either I will give him authorities next week Put I say now that I accept tbe state Â¬ ments of no writers living when they are evidently false and absurd I do not ac copt contradictor propositions from any authority however great he may be I am also willing to close with two more article tho discussion of this branch of the suhj ut Then I suggest that we take up tho discussion of the vol- Â¬ ume of currency tho mode of its regulation the contraction and xpanslon of the money volume both in theory and in history To tliose qu stions at tho close of It P 2 Ss last article I answer 1 Yas What government does ho mean 3 Yes if in the phrase all laws is in Â¬ cluded the laus of custom and usage 4 No not full legal tonder 5 No not so long as organized society creates mon- Â¬ ey by statute law Let It P try my questions again Â¬ Xoathly Crop Report The outlook for tho farmer at tho be Â¬ ginning of last winter was hot very en Â¬ couraging tho long drought had in many places ruined his prospect for a crop anil tho continued dry weather made It almost imossihle until viry lale to sow his small grain for another year consequently the plant was very small and tender to crcuuutt r a long hard winter They were most all over- Â¬ stocked with all kinds of farm stock and It was a questionable matter with them on account of the low price as to wheth- Â¬ er they would buy f ed for them or allow them to rough it as best they could on account of which a great many corres- Â¬ pondents write that thcro havo been some horses and cattle and a great many sheep died But the prospects for all kinds of stuck and farm products aro brightening and the farmer aro feeling better The crop of small grain has como through the winter much better than was expected the demand has in- Â¬ creased prices have advanced and tho indications are that the price will be bet- Â¬ ter this harvest than last Cattle hogs aud sheep are all in demand and at re Â¬ munerative prices As to tho present condition of wheat nearly all correspon- Â¬ dents write the plant is small but looks thrifty and is beginning to show up pretty well Thero is some difference of opinion as to whether tho snow was ad vantageous to the wheat usually wheat will make some growth under snow but the weather was so intensely cold that the ground frcze undr tho snow which stopped all growth and caused some wheat to perish but it is reasonable to suppose that a larger portion would have died had it not been covered by snow The condition is 00 per cent Â¬ CHATTERBOX Mental Telegraphy In Bttrely gaining favor an well as Hypnotism andSplrltuA Ism Theso three aro closely allied In other worth when you find n person be- Â¬ lieving In ono of these suggestions ho invariably believes in them all As far back ni we can traco history there havo been tlnvs when Menial Telegraphy or mind reading md Spirit Â¬ ualism have stormed tho world Nor is this belief confined to the ignorant or eccentric Wo find tho greatest poets and authors the world has overproduced strong believers Not long since I read a conversation of Forseytho Wilson with Longfellow and Lowell oho Dr Holmes When Holmes got up to leave the room saying he was going to sco Wilson Lowell told him to keep still and he would send for him Pretty soon ho camo In When Dr Holmes naked Wilson how ho knew ho was wanted he replied that ho received a Mental telegram And when Longfellow asked Wilson if ho believed in Spiritualism lie recited these lines -Â¬ tRt It is unique That Plate Columbia MEANS m ii THE BEST BICYCLE On the steering head of every Columbia bicy- Â¬ cle of this years make that name plate appears handsome and indicates much satisfaction and highest enjoyment to the rider No other bicycle has ever equalled a Columbia No other bicycle ever shall equal a Columbia The greatest bicycle factory in the world says so With a n alow and noiseless footstep Cornel the messenger divine Take the vacant chair beside me And lays her gentle Jiand In mine And he sits and gate at me With those deep and tender eyes IIke tar o still and taint like Looking downward from the skies As I said above Mind Reading Men tal Telegraphy has been n belief among a certain class of peoplo through all ages But at present is creating a greater sensa- Â¬ tion throughout tho world than ever before perhaps and doubtless will con- Â¬ tinue to do so until tho rclence if wo should see fit to call it n science when wo know more of It has attained perfect- Â¬ ion For mind reading liko tho mind nvE is capable of being cultivated When it Â¬ The correspondents report rye has suf has reached perfection think of the fered woreo than wheat which is not economy Look at the time and expense usually tho case as it is considered a saved hardier crop There was more sown Tho swiftness of thought far exceeds year and I suppose was than usual last that of electricity Every one will be postured more than wheat The condiablo to send a telegram without a bat Â¬ tion is 8i per cont tery Stock in Mr Edisons inventions OATS will bo away below par Telegraph Havo all been sown and in fine condition operators will be out of a job Mail car Â¬ The weather has been favorable and the rying will be dono away with and tho ground worked well The acreage as scramble for post masters at the change compared to 1894 is 07 per cent of administrations will be heard of no BAKLKV moro forever Looks unusually well in some places Who will be qualified better than tho Very few counties report it Condition daughters of our millionaires to appre- Â¬ as to a full crop is 80 per cent Â¬ New Price toit 1 QQ vv 80 60 HARTFORD Bicycles next best 50 for Boys and Qirls sizes An Art Cntalogao of theso famous wheels freo at any Columbia Agency or will stamps ho mailed foe two a ccat i4s BRAKCn STOKES I Boston New Vorlr Chicago yTgijreyy r San Francisco Provldcuco Buffalo Lfj df WM S 0 ALLEN Ky Agent for the Columbia and Hart ford Bicycles Cloverport iioas Only a few counties report an average number of hogs and assign the principal causes for the shortage scarcity of feed which many farmers believo causes chol- Â¬ era and the great loss of pigs during the winter Quite a number of counties re- Â¬ port loss from cholera The gross reports show a shortage since last year of 1040 GS2 head Tho comparative njimber of hogs in Kentucky as reported is 10 per cent SIIKEL J Youve No Idea H A How nicely Hoods Sarsaparilla hits tho needs of the people who feel all tired CATTLK out or run down from any cause It The farmers who fed cattle lust winter seems to oil up the whole mechanism of havo all done well Quite a number of the body so that all moves smoothly and sales have been made at prices ranging work becomes delight If you are weak fiomlJtoSJ cents per pound I in tired and nervous Hoods Sarsaparilla quired of the correspondents as to the is just w hat you need Try it comparative number of two year old Hoons Pills euro liver ills constipa- Â¬ cattle for grass this spring The per tion biliousness jaundice sick headache cent is placed at 70 The gross reports Â¬ The interest in sheep has been very much neglected for several years so much so that the number has been greatly reduced And as to the compar- Â¬ ative number of lambs nearly all corres- Â¬ pondents complain of tho great loss from tho cold weather and from the ewes not having anything but dry food The gross report shows a decrease in number of sheep since last year of 2755 95 head The comparative number of lambs in market is placed at 73 per cent indigestion shows the decrease in cattle slnco last year to bo 2243tio2 bead HORSES coimd after 1734 ivere not money until they were authorizedby iW and had they been coined before without a law fixing their legal value they could have no more lyHeals M BEH Running Sores ICures I Serpent s S Sting S I 1 1 1 ilibi 1 There are repoits from nearly every Ben Hardin went to Cloverport Satur- Â¬ part of the State of come disease among horses and in many counties have not day More than an usual num Â¬ Miss Irene Kejs is visiting her papa at wintered well ber have died pneumonia distemper Irvington Mrs Jane Gibson Cloverport is visit- Â¬ and pink eye being the principal diseases The gross report shows A decrease in ing relatives here number from 1803 to 1804 to be 125003 Mack Avitt came home from Hardins burg Saturday morning returning Satur Â¬ head and from 1804 io 1805 187825 head day evening MULK8 Mrs Jane Hardin camo homo Sunday Thcro is shown to be a slight decrease She has been staying with her daughter in the number of mules and a large de- Â¬ Mrs John Brown Ekron crease In the average price Decrease The friemh of Mr and Mrs John Brown of Ekron were sorry to hear of from 10217 In 1891 to 47 65 same date the death of their baby which occurred in 1895 lteports from all the tobacco counties April the 2nd speak of preparations for a large crop Mrs A M Hardin Mrs Sam Robert Â¬ son and Mrs W B Gibson went to The same report as to corn the ground Ekron Wednesday to attend the burying is breaking up soft and mellow and every indication points to a good crop of Mr and Mrs Browns baby Nicholas McDowkll A Sunday School was organized at Walnut Grove Sunday Let each one Franlfort April 8 1895 try to do their part in making it a suc- Â¬ WILLOWDALE cess We shall see now who aro trying to sorve God and who try to teach their News is scarco children the way The Sunday School Wanted More beaux In the Withers begins at 0 oclock Hope every one family will come next Sunday that can Weather good and garden making Who sawMho two women out chicken all the go trading Saturday evening We suppose Mrs Sue Haynea has returned homo the wind blew them offthe hill I think from Vine dove it was too had for the two ladies to be Henry Mosabarger apent Sunday with out in the wind and rain and not got Claude Withers a single trade but como back again and S C Crutcher spent last Sunday the may be you will be more successful next guest of Misa Mollto Withers time Mrs II N Witficrsspent last Friday Quite a crowd visited Mr and Mrs with Mrs Newton Dawson Muldraugh Tom Payno and Miss Bottle Sunday Miss Maude Recsor was the guest of They report a pleasant timo But if any her little friend Mlsi Pink Withers last one should have seen them going homo through the rain they might have thought week Creedo Haynea and Misa Flora Rose that wasnt very pleaant But we en Â¬ joyed the journey homo very much if it attended church at Garnettaville last Sunday did rain on us all tho way Messrs Robert and Joe Cyphus Vine Lodlburg can boast of some real Intel speut Saturday and Sunday with Hgent little men and women Master Grove Misa Sallie Crutcher Victor and Abner IUbertson are wo in- Â¬ Fred Key and wifo will leave first of dustrious and intelligent little boys Mas Â¬ May for an extended viit at Cave City ter Edison Gibson is also very intelli- Â¬ gent and quite a favorite with tbe young Ky Wo wish them a pleasant vilt Mhwea Liwle and Katie Withers of ladlea Little Nina Hardin is a little in- nocent darling and quite smart MaMer Muklraugk have returned boae after Ernest Gibson la also quite an intelligent having spBta pleasant week with rela Â¬ little fellow li Is only four years old tives at this place and cau carry the tune to several aoaga Van Crutcher who la atUillBg col Several other little one I have not met lege at Vine Grave ha beea Jtoe oa a but I hope to flad them aa the ohm vWt and k very much pUnajjl with the Miboo above LODIBURG ciate mental telegraphy Look at tho time saved thereby when making a deal with the old folks for a Duke And tho saving expense when thrfyoung lady can send a telegram without a battery and avoid the expense of sending n check to her dear little Duke with which to buy stationery in order to reply to her prop-Â¬ ositions and furthermore to purchase clothes and a pass to como for her when tbe trade is closed And who will en- Â¬ joy mind rjading moro than the women It will be so much easier for a woman to find out what another thinks of her bon Â¬ net than to ask her And when calling will know beforehand when cortain ones are out whom she does not desire to visit and can leave her catd or when the door bell rings she will know whether to receive tho caller or inform her that sho is not at home By a mental telegram the young man will know when tho way is clear for him to call on his best girl and not be intercepted by some back num- Â¬ When everybody knows every ber other persons mind tho creditor will know when his debtor has the change hence dunning will cease When wo get into society where we are not want td we will know it and soon bid the party gooJ Jiye The young man will always know when three is a crowd and when the young lady who makes her arrangements to get to church late goes into the church she will know at once whether or not her dress is such as to cause envy among hercompetitorp When all become mind readers imag Â¬ ine the embarrassment tbe young man escapes who is contemplating marriago and the sleepless nights he misses trying to sekct words that will be catching when he asks his girl to have him and think also of the handkerchiefs and finger nails the girl will save at such a time when each knows the others mind without any questions or replies And when this time arrives when every one is his own telegrapher the printing press will be wortljess NewsÂ¬ papers will be of no use but tho editors will still bo employed I imagine they will all be reporters Tho man who Is too busy to settle his grocery bill or millinery account for his wife will be compelled to employ some one to think for him The dude who is too lazy to think or read anothers mind will be compelled to get some one to do it for him Tho soÂ¬ ciety lady who keeps up with tho fash Â¬ ions and attends all the Trilby teas will not have time to think And the dear old woman who does the gossiping for the neighborhood of course never Blots to think So as I said tbe editors will not bo without a job for who will be moro capable or more willing to do the thinking for oth Â¬ ers than these conscientious editors Mr Will Sklllinin has had sore eyes for years Ho has tried GKNTLBMCtf J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVIL1 KY STOCK YARDS many doctors and remedies and always failed to get relief until we him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Salve which cured him inside of week Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey well and cures Respectfully M haa sold Eye one sells Meysr Co January Buras Ky Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve has done a great deal more for me than can be told by pen W II Skillhak Buras Ky 15 1895 Mr Chveland His Aeeastr and His DeftBderi The President has thought it p oper to deny In the neat public manner possi Â¬ ble the charge of hahltal iwhrlety which waa brought agalset him at Salem last Thursday evening by the Kev Dr Some o our eseemdcooU Laoeiitp peariee expreas the opinion that Mr Olevelaads published eiaiemeut waa both unneressary and indiscreet They seem to perceive a lack of dignity in the pro npt indignant reply which the Prcs id int has made to the scandalous assert Â¬ ions of tho New England clergyman We do not concur in that opinion The President of tho United Statrs has tho same right as any private citizen to pro- Â¬ tect his personal reputation against at tacks from any source whatsoever and in such cases he is the sole judge of the p opriety of a public denial and of the best method to publish the denial It seems to us that the standing of the Presidents accuser tbe admitted sincerity of his purposo as a friend of temperance nnd the specific character of bis extraordinary allegations before the New England Methodist Conference all re- Â¬ quired that Mr Cleveland should say something on the subject and say it in plain and vigorous language The Presidents statement is broad enough and positive enough in its terms to cover every particular instance of in- Â¬ toxication alleged by the Rev Dr LancÂ¬ ing One and all the charges of tbe clergyman are denounced by Mr Cleve- Â¬ land as wholesale lies and calumniep not less stupid than tboy are cruel and wicked This sweeping and conclusive denial reicrs not only to tuo alleged oc-Â¬ currence at the timo of the great naval parade and to the banquot at which ac- Â¬ cording to Dr Lansing Mr Cleveland was brilliantly drunk at 10 oclock at 12 considerably more so and at 3 oclock fn the morning very drunk but also to the other decosions mentioned by tho clergyman as affording proof of the Pres Â¬ idents frequent departure from the re Â¬ straints of perfect self control and the limits of sobriety We call the denial conclusive because it ought to dispose of tho scandal finally and absolutely Dr Lansings charges are based on in- Â¬ formation which he says he has received from others It is hearsay testimony while Mr Clevelands statement rests on personal knowledge It is gj atifylng to add that without distinction of party distinguished citizens who had an oppoitunity to observe Mr Clevelands behavior at all three of the public dinners occurring beforo bis elect- Â¬ ion and his inauguration are coming forward to testify voluntarily to tho truth of the Pretldonts statement At tbe Chamber of Commerce dinner on Nov 15 1892 Dr Cbauncey M Depew sat near Mr Cleveland I can say reports Dr lVpqw that he was absolutely sober and In full command of his faculties Atthelteform Club on Dec 10 1812 the Hon Frederic It Coudert eat next or almost next to the President from first to last says Mr Coudert he con ducted himself as a gentlemaa and la a manner befitting hia high ertioe To say that be waa the wow for drink is to Mr E Ellery Ander Â¬ utter a falsehood son waa one of the gueata at the dinner given by Mr Villard on Nov 17 1892 Ills testimony i similar to that of Dr Depew and Mr Coudert He conducted himself In a way If possible to iwrMM the admiration and respeet of his felow men We all felt proud of our PreaMent Ha waa aa always a gentleman It ia oly fair and right bat the Hjture dnla of Mr Cleveland and tbe oorrob orative evidence of such universally re sectd wltneew m Dr Dapaw Mr owlort and Mr Anderson should kayo tli aaiua wide publicity which lbs hah sational and deplorable ramaika of the Rev Dr Lanaii have already Maaiwd N Y San Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Free Trial No Kbit nedl to witl Keep tha rot saves blackens wcffaarnHeuourj gywiRpWsa 1 Economizer to ruko better Price with 13 iet Wo iiwl jparchMCT one wwi Post k fin no win Paid UUUiriiiirwiinuiireturned and factory can be mt v Tfitir win rerunn flrn money j CO AnTHUR H 1 Dobloa Aluminum CoObe Economizer a FITS ANY COFFEE POT lM K LIXJME t Urant BtUldinff Atlanta Qi r1 tVtfirtyftyiyi hyrfn -- In means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures A Poor Health greatest gift health Browns SIron ll cm art feeling out of torts weak J hausted netvous have no anoetlle nand cant work begin atoncetak lne the molt relia ble strengthening incuicinvwiiitij l J uiuwii iiuii uit ters A lew bot comes from the tvent 4aia lour ttitK and pleasant to take Bitters J t f malaria Its U fty It Cures Dyspepsia Neuralgia Kidney and Liver Troubles Dad Dlood Constipation x Nervous aliments Womens complaints Get the genuine It has crossed red lines on the wrapper All others are sub stltutes On receli oi two sc stamps e will send set of Ten Beautiful World S Fair Vltwi and book free BROWN CHCMICAU CO I lyl0MyAjfAw1 BALTIMORE Ma i F1ELICATE WOMEN WHITES ufrerI 8 from LEUCORRHE A or jUl Rod immediate relief and pennanentxure by tuiiig Dr LeRoys ou can treat yourself at borne No Phyileuii r No d tin No inconcnfence the Wafers i ire applied locally dittoltlng and diltrlbullng directly upon toe afllicted parts t guarantee an abtolute curt in mrycau The full treatment comiU if formulas A D and Ci three Fraala A for reateatM H fur cutt t for rnaala ftagoo very Ker or S Boxlea tn4lff Dmq Box rrlM for M M Correspondence solicited Reference furalshcd Uterine Wafers inhhh rml THK ROYAL CHEMICAL CO kOAOWAr CINCINNATI O io in - M VtiimBSIkrWi -- T