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BMBtA j B atfm i V4l M - 4 WsJ- - TOvnr fFTrjfJ TT V T y li THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 21 1895 NO 40 n w 1 1 circulation m GROVER Wont Visit Chicaao But in Declining tho Invitation of Citzens Â¬ 1894 119600 nsr January Â¬ i89s 11900 February ROSETTA 9970 l11 march rT E4 Zf 9735 The moit cenlrallj lni tho common people of tho land but for selfish and wicked purposes are willing to sacrifice- the interests of those outside their circle I bellevo that capital and wealth through combination and other meanp sometimes gain an undue advantage and it must bo conceded that tho maintenance of a sound currency may Gives in n sense bo invested with a greater or less importance to individuals according to their condition and circumstances It Them tho Benefit of His Viows on is however only a difference in degree since it is utterly impossible that any Sound Money The Lino of ono in our broad land rich or poor whatever may bo his occupation and Battlo Drawn whether dwelling in a center of finance and commerce or in a remote corner of our domain can bo really benefited by a Tho Forces of Safe Currency and finanblnl scheme not alike beneficial to all our people or that any ono should bo Silver Monometallism excluded from a common and universal luteiest in tho safe character and stable valuo of tho currency of tho country Chicago April 14 Following is the In our relation to tills question text of President Clevelands reply totbo WK ABE AM- - IN IIDSINESS invitation of Chicago business men to ad an- Â¬ For wo all buy and sell so we all havo to dress a meeting here ns previously do with financial operations for wo all nounced earn money and spend it Wo cannot Exkcutivk Mansion Merchants CEcapo our interdependenco Washington D C April 13 189 To Messks Wm T Bakkr Georue W and dealers are in every neighborhood Smith John A Kociie T W Hakvev and each has its shops and manufttcor ies Whorover tho wants of man exist David Kelly and Henry S IIodiuks I am much gratified by the exceedingly business and financo in somo degree aro kind and complimentary Invitation you found related in one direction to those have tendered mo on behalf ofmany cit- Â¬ wants they supply and in another to tho izens of Chicago to be their guest at a most extensive business and finance to gathering In thu interest of sound money which they are tributary A fluctuation in prices at tho seaboard is known the and wholesome financial doctrine My attachment to this cause is so great samo day or hour in the remotest ham Â¬ and I know so well the hospitality and let Tho discredit or depreciation in the kindness of thu people of Chicago that financial centers of any form of money my personal inclination is strongly in in thu hands of tho people is n sigaal of Wreekless immediate loss every where f ivor of accepting your flattering invitation but my Judgment and my estimate discontent and wild experiment should of the proprieties of my official place sweep our cunency from its safe support obligo me to forego tho enjoyment of and tho most defenseless of all who sufÂ¬ participating in thu occasiou you con- Â¬ fer in that time of distress and national discredit will be the poor as thoy reckon template I hope however the event will mark the loss in their scanty support and the the beginning of an earnest and aggress laborer or working man as ho sees the Ivo effort to disseminate among the peo- Â¬ money ho has received for his toil shrink ple safe and prudent financial ideas and shrivel in his hand when ho tenders Nothjnfj more important can engage the it for tho necessaries to supply his hum attention of patiiotlc citizens because ble homo Disguise it as wo may tho lino of bat Â¬ nothing is so vital to the welfare of our and to strength tle is drawn between the forces of safe currency and those of silvor monometal- Â¬ prosperity and honor of our nation The situation confronting us demands lism I will not beliovo that if our peo- Â¬ that those who appreciate tho import Â¬ ple are afforded an intelligent opportun ance of this subject and those who ought ity for sober second thought they will to be the first to seo imponding danger sanction schemes that however cltaked should no longer remain indiflerent or mean disaster and confusion nor that they will consent by undermining the overconfident fouudation of a safe currency to endang IP THE SOUND MONEY SENTIMENT Abroad in tho land is to savo us from er tho beneficent character and pm posts mischief and disaster it must be crystal- - of their Government Yours very truly ized and combined and made imtnetliate GnovER Cleveland ly active Its dangerous to overlook tho of our people fact that a vast number with scant opportunity thus far to ex COMMENT amine tho question in all its aspects have nevertheless been ingeniously pressed with spacious suggestions which On Clcveluiitlg Loiter GIviiiR 111 h this time of misfortune and depres Â¬ Views an tho rimicint sion find willing listeners prepared to luektlon give credence to any scheme which is plausibly presented as a remedy for their Cilitorlul Exprustiloiiw In tlio lcud unfortuifate condition lii Ncwspitpern Sonic Scuttling What is now needed more than any- Â¬ WorilN lion II I Illiiiul Â¬ thing else is a plain and simple presentation of thcargument in favor of sound money In other words it is a time for Tlicdolil Mtwidiirit Good for lloud- the Arucricanpeoplo to reason together Iiolriorvaiirt ItitiiltcrM Hut tho as members of a great nation which can Sufferings of promise them a continuanco of protect- Â¬ ion and safety only so long as its solvency Classen Duo to la unsuspected its honor unsullied and Tho Industrial Tlio Demonetization of the soundness of its money unquestioned Silver Tltese things are ill exchanges for tho illusions of a debased currency and groundless jropo of advantages to bo Leiianon Mo April 15 Hon It P gained by ta disregard of our financial Bland was seon at his homo at noon to- Â¬ credit and commercial Btandincr nmonc day Mr Bland was shown tho salient the nations of the world features of tho Presidents letter Ho QUA IEOILE WERE ISOLATED porused the telegram containing the From all others and if the question of Presidents words very attentively and ourcunency could be treated without said Mr Cleveland says tho lino of regard to our relations to other countries battle is drawn between tho friends of its character would be a mattor of com- Â¬ safe currency and those of silver monoIf the metallism Mr Cluvoland unfortunates parative little importance American people were only concerned in ly for himself his party and his country qtptliQ maintenance of their physical life from the beginning of his administration among thomsclves they might return to drew tho line sharply between tho the old days of barter and in this primi- Â¬ friends of bimetallism and gold mono- Â¬ tive manner acquire from each other tho metallism In doing so ho has foiced up- Â¬ materials to supply tho wants of their on tho country a state of affairs that is existeuce But If American civilization Intolerable to the masses of our people were satisfied with this It would abjectly Sound money and safe currency etc is fall in its high and noble mission butTa twaddle of words Wo nil know the In tliCBO restless days tho farmer is goldites use these phrases to escape tho tomptod by the assuranco that though unpopularity and utter disgust of tho our currency may bo debased redundant pcoplo with tho single gold standard and unceitaln such a situation will Im Â¬ Bimetallism that Is the free coinage of prove tho prlco of his products Let us goll and silvor always gavo to thu poo remind him that he must pay as well as po soum and safe money and con Â¬ Bell that bis dreams of plenty are shaded s quent prosperity by the uncertainty that if thu price of Gold monometallism is n stench in the things ho has to sell 1b normally tho nostrils of tho plain people The enhanced thu cost of tho things ho must gold standard may do for tho buy will not remain stationary that the and tho bankers but tho sufferings better prices whch cheap money pro- of thu industrial masses consequent from claims are unsubstantial and elusive and that oven it they were real and A M1LLSTOI3E palpable ho must necessarily be left far behind in tho race for the enjoyment About a young mans uoctc to bo a It ought not to bo difficult to convince ner suflVrcr from vous exhaustion ner- Â¬ the wage earner that if there were bene vous debility impair Â¬ degenerated currency fits arising from a ed niomory low they would read 1 Im least of all and spirits irritaofo tem- Â¬ per and the thousand unhealthy stimulation last of all In an and ono clerai2f menta of prices an increased cost el all tho ot mind ana body that result from nnlst long bo his needs of his home unnatural pernicious Vportlon wbjle ho is at the same tlmo habits contracted through vanishing visions of increased ignorance vexed with Such UflblU rrault in wages and an easier lot The pages of manly rower loss ot history and txperlonce are full of this wreck the constitution and aometfmos pro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bond-holdeÂ¬ i y silver demonetization will not bo en Â¬ dured longer without a struggle tho like of which this country 1ms not seen sinco tho civil war Mr Cleveland says If the sound inonoy sentiment abroad in thu land is to save us from mischief and disaster it must bo crjstnlllz d and com bined and mado immediately active Mr Cleveland must rcmomber that this crystallization and combination of tho gold standard scntlmentand methods has brought disaster to tho peoplo of nil gold standard countries and this policy is now running tills country It is this stato of tilings that has made his admin istration hateful to tho misses of tho American peoplo Mr Cleveland suggests thnt the peo Â¬ plo nro In an unfortunate condition Certainly they are and this condition was predicted to happen us a result of his unrelenting war on silver as money His insinuations that tho advocates of stiver restoration aro bunt on wicked and unpatriotic purposes may do for tlioso where environment are such ns to pre- Â¬ vent them from seeing and knowing tho utter poverty and ilietiees that is prevailing among tho masses of the people but those who live hi tho midst of this distress and seo dally that tho people aro suffering will repel with scorn such in- Â¬ sinuations Wo believe the restoration of silver Is necessary for tho welfare of our country and so believing no abuse from source however high or arrogant will dtter us from our purpose Â¬ Â¬ Call In Another Physician Mr Clevelands letter toj tho Chicago gold monoinetalltsta ia full of ominous warning against tho free tolnage of sil- Â¬ ver but contains no statement of auy plan of financial relief that ho advocates Mr Cleveland has from time to time bIiico tho first year of his administration issued theso warnings of the direful re Â¬ sults of tho adoption af a free silver pol- Â¬ icy but ho has never offered the couutry a solution of its woes Nor has any oth Â¬ er gold mouoinetallist Yet times havo steadily grown worse until such a period of depression as we havo had for two RATES PCR DAY Hotellnthecity fi years has never been known Surely tree silver has not done this for we have not had free silver Prfces of labor and all its products have gono down and conditions have existed that could not havo been mado much worse under a coinage system as bad as tho IVesinVnt claims that which ho inveighs against would be Ho and those who agree with him aro absolutely Bure they are right but they Wo aru ex aro having their own nay perimenting with their method notours All they havo douo has been to put an additional debt of 170000000 upon the peoplo and afford them no relief Hav ing proved themselves incapablo of cur Â¬ ing tho patient is it not about time to call in another physician Owonsboro Messenger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That Tired Feeling The one thing that a careful perusal of Mr Clevelands epistle to Chicago fails to reveal is tho Presidents opinion if ho has any as to what constitutes Bound money nnd n safe and Btable currency It is tills trilling defect which detracts from thu valuo of tho document as a contribution to economic Bcience It is this familiar and wo may say character- Â¬ istic defect which gives you once again that tired feeling so commonly exper Â¬ ienced by earnest students of tho Pres Â¬ idents epistolary fforts N Y Sun Â¬ THE PRESS Nrw York April 15 Following mo editorial comments from Now York and Brooklyn papers upon President Cleve- Â¬ lands letter to Chicago citzens giving tho views of the Executive upon tho fin- Â¬ ancial question COMMERCIAL ADVEUTlSEIt Mr Itico Carleton is home for a whllo Gardens In this neighborhood aro backward Tho busy whirl of our saw mill is heard from day to day Ho v Malt Priest preached at tho Flat the fourth Sunday Miss Annie 1rieBt has returned from her visit near Garfield M as tor Ed Davi8Jeffersonvllle Intl is visiting his cousin Joo Slaton What should be dono with a Secretary of a Sunday School when ho Is absent himself to go fishing LI L Mitcham and wife have again resumed house keeping in a house they havo refitted on their larm UWr Tile Bandy of Irvlngton will wed Miss Fannie Harring Custer April 23 at 0 oclock In tlio Custer church Mr Elijah Board spent tho day with his step son Cal Basham Thursday Our Sunday School Is very flattering We shall aim to keep it just as interest- Â¬ ing through the future Let everybody attend Miss Sallio Taylor will accommodate all ladies desiring anything in the milli- Â¬ nery lino if they will call at A Taylors store Ladies desiring hats will do well to call and examine her stock before going elsowherc Mr John Priest who has been maklnc his homo with liis father-in-laAbra Â¬ ham Gross since his return from Louis- Â¬ ville where surgically treated will in tlio future live at his sistcis Mrs E II Mitcham H TRY -- tJsKJsi a WBMI KfWv vVi AMWviAf Wffll IYITLts riW-T-- f4Jl - IrVU h mL 1 S5SuisylleKy Ltd ion HLAUUUAK ROSES BULBS PLANTS and SEEDS TRY OUR UNRIVALED SETS IHLUKRED AT YOU TOST Of FICI rRirAtD OUR CATALOOUB Of ISO PAOBS FHBB TO ALL AND BE PLEASED WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION 50c TRIAL SETS Sft Sft Sft Sri Sft A II V It K Sft V St t II VI II Sot J set K Sft St htt Set I SrtM N O I OUR SILtCTIOM or SORTS 10 Supf rb Kterbloomlni Hoiei 10 lorli 10 Prire Clirjmnllnmnnu In lOiortt 10 lint Otrunlumi 10 cholctit colon iO New Mummotli Verbenti 10color 10 Xwfttrat Cumatloni e f rbloomlng 10 lord 10 Kew Itrllotropei moil fragrant lutorti 10 Hardy fhrutu leading lorM 10 rarletln lQOUillului Including Child 1U colon 8 Hem Omjutlne Sort all different colon 4 Select Sorts French Cannae belt bloomen 10 Inn and Creeperi for Porch or Hailcete 0 Kerne and Moisee for Kernerlee 10 Kollage llauti brightest hardiest 16 rackets Choice Klewer Seeds select ISth YEAR 4 ACRES UNDER OLASS tf ii Fine Graceful Palme strong NEUNER Address NANZ Louisville Ky Prompt Attention Paid to Two years ago Mr Cleveland was busy setting tlio poor man with his multitude nous vote against tlio rich one and clamoring for a tariff tliat would benefit the consumer at the expense of tho manufacturer To day ho goes out of his w ay to say that whilo capital and wealth Â¬ 7J through combination and otherwise sometimes gain an undue advantage the attempt to creatoa prejudico against tho advocates of a safe and sound currency by tho insinuation more or less directly made that they belong to tho financial and business classes Is irsidi ous EVENING POST Â¬ m v Mr Cleveland is undoubtedly correct AXTEL in maintaining thnt this silver question Farmers uro wry busy plnuting corn heeds only to be argued out before the in this vicinity people in order to he settled right IM1ss Mary Mattingly is attending EVENING WORLD The President has sprung to the front school at McDanhds Mrs Leu Brown is very low with that in tho cause of n gold standard and at the head of tho moneyed and financial dreaded disease consumption interests of the country and especially IJMr Leuard Mattingly married at Har of tho east will battlo against silver dinsburg on the 20th ult to Miss Itebecca perhaps to the extent of seeking n re- Â¬ Pool election Miss Cordio Matthews is expected in I1ROOKLYN EAGLE our midst on the fourth Sunday Wei Tlio strength ot the letter is in tho fact como homo Miss Cordie that it appeals to the common sense of Miss Lena Mattingly is at Frederic the couutry irrespective of politics Town attending school Wo wish her a happy summer and success in school ADVERTISER Died April 15 Mr Henry Speak He Tlio Advertiser to morrow will say edi- Â¬ torially Mr Cleveland has not materi Â¬ leaves five children His wife has been ally strengthened the cause of sound doad two years Wo all give our sympa financo He cannot bo permitted to thy to the dear little orphans masquerade as a consistent champion of There will be church at Long Lick on sound money In so far as ho has op tho fourth Sunday and He v Father posed the free silver craze ho deserves Gabe will remain over Monday Tuesday credit but it must bo remembered that Wednesday nnd Thursday Will say he has distinctly countenanced thu Mass each morning and Instruct the equally dangerous project of an irredeem children tho remainder of each day Wo able fiat bauk currency sincer ly hope that he may get the full amount of salary due him as we all ap-Â¬ preciate him as a priest and would regret CLEVELAND ILAINDHAIER 15 Tho Plain to give him up Dear members of tho Cleveland 0 April dealer Democrat will say editorially to- Long Lick congregation just consider for ono moment Bupposo we should bo morrow Tho letter of President Cleveland is left destituto of a pastor we would be no more than might bu oxpectcd of him compelled to live without p actlclng our It expresses tho sentiments ho was al Â¬ religion and thus no Catholic can live ready well known to hold It states his happy And Alas I havo to depart from position clearly and plainly It adds this life without tho last blessing of the of frankness and sin- Â¬ church which will make any good christ Â¬ another evidence Itemombcr cerity But it contributes nothing new ian shudder to think of to tho discussion of the important topic dear friends if wo loso our immortal on which it treats and wo question souls wo loso all w e possess Dont cling whether it will have effect In changing closer to the dollar than you do to your tho views or any who havo given the Redeemer for wo will leavo all those dollars and face our divine Saviour pen Â¬ subject eorlous attention Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Somo folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is no better thnn tho common cough remedies until thoy try it Then thoy will know for themselves that its tho best on earth For sale by Haynes Cloverport Dr It Short H McMullIn McDanlelsjM Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Kosctta W E Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Gentlemen Mr Will Skilltnan has Garfield A R Morris Big Spring Ky IltorniETons had soro eyes for years Ho has tried W O Moorman Glendeane Ky P Sher many doctors and remedies and has ron Bros Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott always failed to get reliof until wo sold Hardinsburg Ky him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eyo EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use Salve which cured him inside of one Big Republicans to Be in Owensboro week Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Bells Some Tho Onenbboro Enquirer says lVhOMKIWHIJIO 2 well and cures lespectfully big guns will attend tho meeting of tho Tl M Meyer Co Leaguo in Owensboro Republican State January 15 1805 Buras Ky tho first of May The following well SHOE Sutherlands Knrlo Eye Salve has done known leaders have been heard from nnd ONLY CENTS a great deal more for mo than can bo will bo on hand Mat ODoherty and W told by pen W II Skiilman B E Wilson of Louisville W O Bradley Buras Ky Lancaster John W Yerkes Danville A Book George Denny Lexington J W Lewis Horse Senn MAIN Bills Co At This Office Ackermann Brewing STRKET BRRWRRY LOUISVILLE KY BIG SALE B Remarkable Good Springfield D G Coulson Middles borough W G Hunter Burksvillo Walter Evans Louisville A D James Penrod Ex Congressmau Posey EvanE ville Ind J II Hemenway Boonvllle Ind Congressman Pugh of Indiana In addition to theso there will be several prominent leaders from the East who will furnish some oratory COINS Financial School It is a hook for everybody who de- Â¬ sires to know the facts about fiance and currency IK VOL weet Thing S H 0 E With every pair of Shoes you aro entitled to a guess Guess the number of card seeds in ELECTROPOISE THE GREATEST CURATIVE AGENT KNOWN Pumpkin s A WANT TO KNOW All About Gold KBAID 10 OPIUM HABIT CURED Six weeks use of the Electropoiso It cured a friend of the opium habit also benufited me a great deal I suffer Â¬ Rov W Bruce ed with kidnoy trouble Hopklnsville Ky II VOU WANT TO KNOW 3 Prizes Offered s A LI E All About Silver JELJSA ID Currency IT VK First best Guess t00 lbs sugar L 100 Second E 60 Third Additional to our prizes giving some great bar Â¬ gains in our wo nro II YOU WANT TO KNOW All About From the editorial columns of tho IF YOU WANT TO KNOW If there Is any truth Western Recorder In men and women it does indeed beno What Causes the fit in hundreds of cases of nil kinds of Hard Times A friend who had Buffered sickness long with norvous prostration wrote that A gentleman in the It had cured her city who n year ago seemed to havo It is n book for tho pconio nntl will only a few days of life left him by con- Â¬ sumption has greatly improved lias give them more correct information been able to go on uninterrupted with his about Two other personal friends businoss said nothing had ever done bo much for Nothing has over their rheumatism nmi received so many testimonials from trust- Â¬ worthy persons KHA3D IT Shoe Department Well savo you money on tho purchase of a pair of Shoes KHA3D IT I Gold Silver Currency Thats Not Jill JuBt as likely you may be ono of tho lucky three This offer will closo April 15th 1895 Ono nights uso of tho Electropolse gavo me relief brain congestion and vertigo I havo been a well man over Rov Georgo II Means Coving- Â¬ since Everlasting bargains at tho niless ton Ky Than will bo found In any book on political economy It is so plain nnd simple that any ono can easily understand it It is a book for the business inn Great Bargain Store WASHINGTON STAR V ITS Washington April 15 Tho Evening Tho President declined tho Star says invitation in a letter that will probably cut some figure as n campaign document and ono that must appeal to every possessor of common sense The President declared in his epistle that tho need of tho hour was a plain and slmplo presentation of the argument In favor of sound money Ills letter has in part done away with that need for one- such argument Is now before tho American people BOSTON STANDAHD It May Do as Much for You jElectropoiso put out four months for book free 50 10 on trial for Send for valuablo the professional innii the farmer and the laboring man It was writ ton in tho interest of each of them GEO YEAKEL CO BHANDENDURU KY Â¬ Mr Fred Miller of Irving III writes that ho had a Sovero Kidney trouble for many years with sovero pains In his back anil also that his bladder was affected Ho tried many so called Kidney cures but without any good result About n year ago he began uso of Elec- Â¬ tric Bitters and found relief at once Electric Bitters is especially adaptod to cure of all Kidney and Livor troubles and often gives almost instant relief One trial will prove our statement Prlco only 80c for largo bottle At A It Fishers drug store Â¬ Whether DUBOIS Aveiiuo WEBB Republican Democrat votes or Populist every man who should read it fourth Ioulsvlllo Ky NOTICE I wamt CTtry man and woman In the United States Interested In tbe Opium and Whliky habits to bave one of my boots on these dis eases Address II M Woollejr Atlanta Ua lox Set ana one will be sent joa tree Â¬ suau to cam on bBNI IOll ir it wiu nit COST YOU IObTIAIH How Farmers can Make Money By tho pu chase of only so much land as they can pay for Second By not attempting to culti- Â¬ vate too much land Third By tho use of the best ma Â¬ chinery and the thorough cultivation of Only 25 Cents Jno D BIG SHOE SALE GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY Babbage First OLOVEItrOKT KY IN QUANTITY Boston April 15 Tho Standard will Tho President certainly does not say lock the courago of hfsconvictlouson tho money question havo usually been ron Bonant with what wo believe to bo the best InteresU of the whole pcoplo lesson AN Ih8ini0U8 ft ATTEMPT la made to create prejudice against the advocated of a safe and sound cur rtneyby the insinuation more or less directly made that they belong to financial and business cloasea and are therefore not only out of sympathy with all crops planted In machinery tho AOME Tounglesa Cultivator ia far in advance of nil other machines The Steel Beam Cultivator is an ex- Â¬ eat horse and mule meat to cellent machine and is Kino or Cork pelled to tlliLAVELPUIA 11ULLETIN duce softening ot tlio brain epilepsy pa Philadelphia April 10 The Evening keep them fromktarviri was afahehood Plow ralysis and even dread insanity Next cornea the Open or Closed Wheel Mr Clevelands letter of the deepest dyo and that the people Bulletin says reach re clalm and restore such un To These machines will Planter fortunate to health and happiness U the will tend to force a showing of hands in up tlicrt hadlilefltnrevjilon olaft Ul Corn you to make money and are help aim of ttw publUbera of a book written in plain but chaste language on tfee nature both parties on the silver question The FOrt SALE BY symptom and curability by home treat bold staud which Mr Cleveland has tak This book will he meat of such dluMtees seat sealed in plain envelope on receipt of en may possibly bring him to the front j Cry ten eenW in stamps for postage Atkins m a camuuaio in jsw wr me ueinocrauo Worlds DtopMtaary HejUcat Association nomination on the antl silver platform IRVINGTON KY m Vain Ht Buffalo N Y Â¬ i Good Newt Frpm Pinoheeoe A Gentleman front the Piuchecoe neighborhood was in town a few days ego and informed lis that the article going the rounds of tho press that the people In that neighborhood were com 10ST BESTINQUAUT Alio Wholesale and 1UUII Deslers Io WORMS YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies Irursn BW I ILK eiueiWYrcn WMHRIWKl Cltni FOR BAT-i-ir Yellow Pins Flooring and Celling Laths Shingles Line Brisk Hair Dears Cental vermifuge 20 tiHrfCAfyifSi kKttissWaiiBiuH r wvscts WHITES CREAK Blinds Sash aad awl all kinds of Building Material Sols Agents for ChUdrtn for T PJtchers CasUrla I Homestead Fertilizers and Trey MchOTUUN I iaiu uvViit Ism BlUd Meal mb - OrJsf smobmbIbsiI wish tht Mni4i7 if TOWS Breckenridge D f5f1CSP THR BRROKRNRIDQIS News HARDINSBURG BRANDENBURG V 0 BaoDtgi Editors tad NJtfftfS GLOYKRPORr KY a school on a different basis which has STEPHENSPORT benn proposed to Mr Will Ashcraft our Froprtitrs Jao L H W TIME TABLE Circuit Couit to day Monday upnlntcndcnt Ho certainly will not Wo are glad indeed that wo havo aotiro allow df feat In tho cause he honestly ovcry indication of good times coming WEDNESDAY APRIL 2i 1895 Mrs E Dowdy Is still quito feeble Pastsnger Dally rr HardlmWgllll pm Misses Nannie and Alllene Murray espoused prevent him from pr suiting ft Deputy Sheriff Win Gardner passed soma hit Bnbiorlptloa Frio 100 a Year la AdTancei more feasible ono Passenger Dally rr Hrdlnibor- - 740 am have returned to Cloverport through town enroute to tho burg last If Paid at th End of th Tsar 8125 Mr Win Dcoey of Long Branch Wednesday Mrs R II llrailicar of Oweusboro Is a died last Wednesday of Dan It Smith Garfield was here last visiting her father Mr E Wimp Say did you ever notice the twiht and was buried Thursday from Charlie Vltitoe puts Sunday on that cuto mus- Â¬ Quarterly meeting convenes here tho the Baptist church Mn Carroll Chnlrinan of tho DemoÂ¬ here of which ho tache of his Mrs I Dillon went to Glendtnno last first Saturday and Sunday In May Central Coramilteo of Ken- Â¬ cratic Stato had been diacon for many years Broth- Â¬ Scott McCoy returned homo Thursday Mr W li Riclmidson bas bought a er I Io gnu and Brother Judson Wlllett tucky saya ho Is for frco silver He Saturday Mr Hiram Carlton lloscttn was hero residence on Sriond St Louisville thinks It will bo mado mi issuo In tho conducted tho funeral services Each from the city of Cloverport where ho has last Monday State campaign Miss Rhea Washington of Irvlngtdn spoke feeling words of comfort to tho been for sometime Miss Mapgte Flood of Stephensport Mrs McGufiln wis visiting at Garfield spent lust week with Miss Jen Hardin bereaved and timely ones to tho congre- Â¬ Retorts which havo gone out that last Saturday gation for preparation to meet the same left Sunday for a visit to her sister Mrs Â¬ Mr and Mis D W Falrleigh of Louthero was small pox In this city and at Mrs J D Heeler of Kirk is visiting isville attended tho Herndon Lew Is summons and be found ready as was Mr Haffey at Honderson Hardinsburg Is without foundation If Dooley who wai a christian devoted in If you are not a subscriber to tho wedding thero Is a single case of small pox in the hero this week the family circle staunch friend and ex Â¬ News why subscribe at once it is every Mrs W J Piggott has returned from Prof F J McAullfle was at homo county wo havo not beard of it Â¬ a visit to Irvlngton Saturday and Sunday to seo his wife who emplary citizen Beautl ul flowers breath mans duty in tho county ed a beautiful sentiment that all things U Mrs C C Lewis left Sunday for a As to whether tho government will bo Is quite sick Mrs Roland Smith Stephensport was lovely fade wither die and that only visit to her mother at Nashville Tlioy able to collect tho Incomo Tax seems to visiting hero last week Mr and Mrs Jibsj Herndon spent Is tho soul livcth forever His children say Clint cried when the baby left be an unsettled question Tho matter Miss Nannio Foote Bewleyvllle was last Sunday nt home and attended tho were all with him as well as many rela- Â¬ FOR before tho Supremo Court of tho United v Mr Estill Wedding left Tuesday for M E church visiting hero lost week tives and friends To the wifeespecinlly States a3 to tho constitutionality of tho Misses Jennie Hurley and Bertio does my heart go out but no words can Kansas City where ho will locate and Miss Lillie McGufiln of Consantlne act Richardson spi nt several days with tho reach her Ho was laid In Brandenburg hang out his shingle Dr Estill Wed is visiting hero this week dtiyr Things havo a dull appearance about cemitery Every article of clothing in our house Misses Lewis VJtfessrs O M McGlothlan Dr Wm tho towns now but in tho country every Â¬ is a bargain J A Witt Charlie Caspcrko came homo from It often does seem that education and Mllner and R 0 Richardson of Union thing is on tho move Farmers aro out F K Rhodes has been appointed ad- Â¬ Lakeland lust Suuday to cat birthday money are not twin sisters We often Star were in town Wednesday with a at tho crack of day and shoving their dinner with his parents suspect thero is no affinity between them ministrator of Henry T Speak surveying partv plows and otherwise disturbing old Lena and Fuiinio Nevitt entertained n and yet we do know there should be no Fletcher Mercer has been appointed Bbo has not been for mother earth as Thero was quito a crowd in town Sat Â¬ number of little friend last Friday it gooJ reason why both masters should many a day Tho Lord being willing deputy sheriff under Mr Pate not be served together Poverty has Its urday evening and for several hours tho being Fanuies birthday Mis Nellie Cox Louisville was hero better times w ill como with the gather- Â¬ merchants were busy and wore pleasant Miss Edith Lewis and brother Leon of abode in all the professions and voca- Â¬ last Friday visiting her mother ing of tho harvest smiles you bet AND cous- Â¬ tions of life but with education Industry Louisville cnine down lu so their A new organ has beon purchased for Farmers William and Wallace Blaino in Mies Nelle Lewis merge into Mrs tact and economy it is oftentimes easier Six members of the next United States the Breckeniidgo Normal College to fight it than without any education were in town Saturday resting up after Jess Herndon Senate aro Populists and it is said will a hard weeks work Been eating too Mrs Owen Cunningham and her two and only by tho sweat of tho brow Â¬ hold tho balanco of power In that tribu most unique present received by The We all liko money Wo need it and much you know Democrats or Republicans children went to Ekroii last Friday nal Neither Mrs Nelle Lowls Herndon was an ex Ij for one make a motion that when Rev W K Breeding has gone to Vine quisite centre piece from the grooms it is clearly a duty to 6trlve to make havo a clear majority and in order for either to carry n point they must call on Grove to assist in a protracted meeting aunt Mrs Jackson Alexander of Louis- Â¬ enough to stave off the assaults of pover- Â¬ luruy Blaine gets his blcyclo that wo ty Too often educated men get into the will give him full sway of tho streets of the Populists for help Thats saying a Our low priced clothing is still on sale ville and executed by her In her seven Â¬ wrong profession or worse lack practi- Â¬ tho town for one day good deal for a party which has had so and Is the talk of tho town J A WUt ties cal ability and again they fall victims little following in this country but it Smith Black returned Monday from Misses Annie and Maggie Krecmcr are Tho Couritr Journal says Kissing has to sudden misfortune from which tlioy seems to be a fact visitiug their grand mother at Holt Ky come in again should never havo fail to rally A very high education un- Â¬ Rochester Ky where he has been for It tho past winter in tho employ of tho R L Newsom has been appointed ad- Â¬ gone out if loe and affection woro In less it bo practical as well as classical or Thk Republicans of this county are Cincinnati Cooperage Company AT Gov- Â¬ ministrator of John Allen Murray de- Â¬ question and it should never como in scientific unfits a man or women for unanimous for W 0 Bradley for James Skillman son of Circuit Clerk unless prompted by pure demonstrations tho realities of life and contest among ernor Tho Democrats want Watt Har Â¬ ceased R II Skillman has beon hero for a cou- Â¬ din and so it goes Politics now means All may charm all may please if ar- Â¬ of affection his or her fellow creatures But I would We are rayed in dainty stylish suits sold by J Mrs C G Mooiman has been much say get an education a broad one but ple of weeks recreatine and wo aro glad something In old Kentucky willing to confess that it is not all one A Witt annoyed by a rumor afloat tlmt Bert had with all your getting got practical under Â¬ Jamie hoy has improved very much Wo aro glad to know that S S Alex- Â¬ sided but Billy 0 Bradley when he gets small pox when ho came from Shawnee standing that i tho ability to make a Mrs Phelps of Louisville is hero this the Gubernatorial nomination will not week visiting her mother Mrs J II town He brouget a health certificate vigorous fight in the conflicts of life ander t Co will open up their distillery find it easy sailing with tho gifted states Â¬ Lennln and is a fine specimen of robust man- Â¬ Develope always the practical alongside at this point if the apple crop proves man I Watt Hardin hood So tho county people need havo of the theoretical and learning will never anything like a success which wo trust Sir Cump Henderson Webster was may come to pass no fear of our town hinder mouey getting Cliff Haddock and Jim Fitch the here lost Friday attending to some legal Patties desiring insurance in and Could have Bonnet or no bonnet former a Democrat and tho latter a Re- matters GROVELAND around Hardinsburg would do well to been asked lust Sunday and Mr 11 C Wallaco Skillman Cloverport was Woodson publican both representative men of tho write to R W Voughan tho hustling would havo answered The Clifton Mills neighborhood and enthusi- heie last week visiting his father Mr quintessence of no bonnet But very little news to report this Agent of tho Royal and Manchester Firo I under Â¬ astic silver men told the News tho other R S Skillman Insurance Cos whose hcadquaiters aro stand tho gentleman is vastly amused at week day that eight men out of ten in that 5W Mr Butler Fordsville brother-in-laEvery one is busy at Stephensport Ky tho latest head gear They are becom- Â¬ section were for free silver And we to Mr Morris Eskrldge was visiting here etc E II Miller our deputy County ing undoubtedly find this to bo true of nearly every sec- Â¬ a few days since J C Wlllett filled his pulpit at Buck Clerk having dispensed with his beard running in this paper is Napoleon tion In the county is now ready to handle any business that D R Murray Cloverport was here of intorest The colossal side is Grove last Sunday full may come his way But dont Ligh como several days last week looking after the given in detail narrative Hon Joo C S Blackburn has No part of his Orvllle little son of Dr Willett of look like a daisy without his beard out fiat footed for free Bilver Mr Black- Circuit Court docket life was uneventful but a the wheel re- Â¬ Ekron is visiting his big auutio Vance County Surveyor Royalty was in town Rev Felix Robards of West Viow fill Â¬ volves we hate his oer ambition which Wlllett this week burn is a candidato for re election to the Wednesday ascertaining the truo boun- Â¬ United States Senate and he is not afraid ed the pulpit at the M E church South made him great in tome q lalilies and Emmett and Vera Williams of of to express his opinion on this question lost Sunday at 11 a in little in others Hi ad Napoleon lover Flaherty woro the guests of Lulu and dary the upper end of town and placing marks and monuments so we will be which is the vital ono of tho hour Mr husband Mr Jeff Hook who has been in Louis Lena Wlllett Sunday able to tell hereafter without having to Blackburns opinions may not bo in har- Â¬ villo for somo tlme returned last Wed Â¬ Education intellect and information Misses Lou Shacklett and Eula Jonts sond for a surveyor mony with tho gold bugs and a number nesday considerable better are too often confounded I heard a were tho guests of Miss Sallio Nenfus of Mrs Roland A Smith left Thursday of politicians who are looking out for Mr Lon Rhodes was here last Satur- Â¬ lady regretting sho hadnt more educa- Â¬ near Saom Saturday for a short visit to her daughter Mrs tho popular side but ho is in harmony day He says Kirk is now one of the tion Sho admitted sloitly she didnt Carrie Allen went to Ekron Saturday Lennln at Hardinsburg but was called with the great body of his constituents liveliest stations on even read tho daily pupers nor the and returned with the road her sister Rose who back by tho phone Saturday by hor and that counts forsomethlng I remained at homo hubby because thero was n party of Wo could probably advertiso this old county papers except homo news over Suuday Â¬ The Democrats of this county had town a llttlo next year by putting In a know sho has intellect she can gain in GusBruncrand wife were in Ekron ladies and gentlemen coming down from formation cnou ih last November to warn them of bid for the G A R encampment Saturday to seo the doctor for their baby Louisville Sunday on n pleasure trip A party of oflicials of tho Texas and Miss Lillie aul Georgie Rhodes enter Â¬ When a lftiiwrence Miller Will Hook an J Jones ujiMshncss in tho future who has not been at all well for the past the Pullman Palace Car Company came should como to the Mercer went down to the Falls of Rough tained quite a crowd last Thursday after-Â¬ week tliev a it down from Louisvillo Sunday on tho front and show their colors IndUIer last Saturday to spend a few days fishing noon Cream aud cako wore served REMEMBER Mr Ben Shacklett and wife Jako Katie pleasure seeking Tho day was During tho months of MARCH and APRIL To day Miss Pearlc Ditto will have tho enco to tho demands of tho party at this Suite that touch every net d plain circle which will havo tho form of a Shacklett jr and wife Dr Wlllett and spent delightfully loamingover the beau Â¬ A time indicates weakness in the cause They practical and stylish Tho price well muslcalo Tho circle has finished good family were guests of D S Roberta and tiful hills and boating on the waters of I will cut prices on all my Watches a call will bo made next mouth for some youll say its right when we tell you Sinking creek After a day of recrea- Â¬ will bo eo low that you cannot como and soe deal of fancy work and taken altogether family Sunday precinct and district meeting and in re- Â¬ J A Witt Suuday School progressing nlcelylarge tion they left on tho 5 35 train for their MONTHS has formed a pleasant diversion through sponse thereto it behoves every member Judge Ahl is having the court houso the winter and spring attendance and excellent tcachors and homes They informed Mr Smith our them without carrying away a valuable and of the party to turn out thoroughly renovated All the offices MARCH Brother Walton wants an Ep worth a hustling Superintendent keeps every popular hotel man they would bo back beautiful watch in your pocket Como in again soon as they had enjoyed their The great International Cotton Expo- Â¬ aro under going a thorough cleaning and League Tho stewards of the church ono interested Will Jones Misses Lou Shacklett Eula trip so much The party was chaperon Â¬ and see sition which is to bo held at Atlanta the inside walls brightened up say if It takes money everything has to mof I will tako pleasure in showing Because some follow came in hero from have a little free silver or gold coin no Jones Eva Richardson and Lena Wlllett ed by Mr and Mrs Ridgeloy Cayce Georgia this year will hardly fall second Didnt you know that Breckenridge you anything I havo in stock in importauco to tho Worlds fair of 1895 tho country last week an 1 mistook tho League can bo o gnnizjd Meade has attended church at Salem Easter Sunday Atlanta is a typical Southern city and signal service Hag for a small pox sign is suffered severely in tho last two years and repon a splendid sermon by their county has several hustling go ahead towns situated a few miles from any her irrowth sinco tho war has been mar- Â¬ no evidence that wo had the disease in It isnt National or State affairs but crops pastor Brother Hunt Dick Dowell did not recognize the railroad you bet she has and dont you velous Tho eyes of the commercial this town and fruit Sho needs a year or so to Custer has threo merchants world aro upon her now to see how sho Morris Eskridge and his son Jesse W rally then sho will strive to reprieve and horse hitched at the yard fence of a cer- Â¬ forget it O HARDINSBURGKY Times K Barnes and John Has well went to atono for any seeming lack of enterprise tain young ladles home on last Sunday that cant be beat fur enterprise push w ill manage this great exposition aro usiug that Constantino last Monday where they or failure to assist in any Worthy cause That is why he scorned so flustrated and pluck and you hot that business are close but her citizens when he entered the parlor comes their way Next comes Constan- Â¬ energy and zeal necessary to make a were engaged several days in taking Tho cycling season is well on but no Dr Payne and wife of Tip Top passed tino who has one merchant that you can success of their great undertaking depositions I as yet in which a struggle for contest through Groveland Saturday en route for bet your boots has vim energy and get Several parties dropped in to see us supremacy ensues Somo parts of our SHIP TO US Tho larirest Commlsatoil IIouka In the South Tho nnist literal Hlvaa was a call mado in lust weeks Theiie Mr Tom Roberts of near Ekron This up Next comes Hudson who has a cm ana best laciuuea ior ptttunr mc prices we aull to tiu Kaslcru factories nut sure Issuo ol the News for a meeting of tho lost week and paid up their subscription roads are pretty fair for wheels but tho did not break into Knotts arrangements merchant ma middle mans prom isiue Mrarrnuuse rrcaipn una moid i ee ct diarce Srku for that Is affable and full of nlshed free of charire to those who blu us We hu licit fiiipmtimaof everything In ihuino-physicians of tho county for tho purpose to the News We are not so pushed with majority might belong to Dantes In- Â¬ for ho was nt Salem Sunday by a great smiles and takts things easy carries his duco Hue Write ua for prices HERNDONIMVftMMUTW CARTER CO If tho fad should ever strike majority business but what we could niako room ferno This of organizing a county Association 11133 31331 ijMtrJICjurlOJtSViUEKr own insurance c a merchant well Japan as it has America it will be a Is a move in tho right direction and tho for as many more Prof E T HIckerson of Ekron at Â¬ known in the county and will trade sell News hopes to see It tako permanent literary society was organized out perfect Eden for tho wheelman Those tended church at Buck Grove Sunday or give away anything he has shape It Is good for tho p ofession and ub uiu tuniKu nisi 7uiuruuy IHIIL wuu u almost fabled roads and Elyslan plains and was tho guest of Miss Lou Shacklett The Beit 8hoce good for tho people Tho physicians of a membership of twenty five Prof will possess a charm for the all round in the afternoon Miss Rena Smith and ior the Least Money mmmf CONSTANTINE Meade county have a similar organiza- Â¬ Shacklett was chosen president and Dr bicycle fellow and every man can be a brother Gene of Stony Point attended Mr Alvin Drain has moved his picture fast one without much nerve or stam- Â¬ tion and it Is in lino working order Milton Board secretary church here Sunday FIT FOR gallery to town and is now ready to tako ina clth r --aWv They meet once a month discuss ques Â¬ W Those applying for positions in tho A KING your pictures I havo examined Yeakel tions relative to their practice and read public school hero next Ml will be re- Â¬ Cos ele- Â¬ Mandate of the County Board of vgL Oyer One Million People wear tbe Mrs George Heyser is spending the papers on subjects of interest to tho pro- Â¬ quired to file their application in writ- Â¬ gant stock of spring and summer goods W L DoUElas S3 and 4 Shoes QBjuvijjljB Health week with her father Dr Dave Lewis fession All om rv iriwn meoar shoes are equntlr aatisiaatorr ing A meeting of the trustees was held Their new and beautiful silks for tho ok- mwrmwwmm 1 IlABDiNsuuno Ky April 19 1895 iuu uetortbemone near Blue Bal Hardin county to m Tbev equal eustom shoes In style anil fit Jt a few days ago and this plan was decided popular waists are unparalleled in prices Tho local members of tho State Board of Their wearing- - qualities are unsurpassed Dick Novitt tho clever County Clerk John Parson of MoDaniels jsiMki I rented to m tii do prices in unirorm stamped nn sole The black goods of all Health for Nk and texture i the County of Breckenridge Ves Mercers property and thoved in and sarea lltasJ dealer orer otber makes of Meade made a Very happy little upon If jour styles and quality for the inevitable consisting of Dr A M cannot suddIt too we asa There should bo a good crowd out at Kincholoo Chair is now ready to do all kinds of black of Claims in speech before tho Court skirt is beyond description Ginghams man Dr J85 4 3 60 Cordoran French It T Dempster Dr A A smithing session lost week in behalf of securing tho college next Saturday night to be Knnmellod Calf and Kangaroo N l mmmrXZamaat percales piques ducks whlto goods w hh oaaamV ou rowe utmt atmt Tmmmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat tho uso of tho courl houso for a musical prcseut at the initial meeting of the aro all in their pristine April glory Simons County Health Physician met J B Whitworth Is agent for Masonic CvoVataW 12CO ami in Hardinsburg this 19th day of April aprons and sash Any M M wanting 2 WwUftgMAr WWrm9 to be given by Mrs Grinnell tho News young literary society Mental culture When you come to Circuit Court bo correspondent and her pupils Ills is a great thing to lift people up in tho suro and drop in to see their stock Ed 1895 In response to the call of the Chair Â¬ nico regalia can get them from him at m i lfO man for tho purpose of deciding what very low prices ISTrnTpcIS U rour dealer cannot supply speech was to tho point and highly com world and all may be somewhat benefit Alexunder and Frank Malin vw are only steps shall bo VGtMUUKuew iisiioii plimentary to Mrs Grinnell It was ed by taking an interest in this society taken in tho event of an aaiX Our sheriff Mr Tate spent Sunday too anxious to see you W L Douglas particularly gratifying to tho News who outbreak in the county of any contagious night with Mr J B Whitworth x Somo of tho best looking girls in the From We had an old fashioned class meet- Â¬ aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMM - TVI-- Waa Hrockton AInss km is pleased to know that it has on its stair 1 TTljBBaW WOBBBBBBBBBBSfiU H They ing last Sunday after noon and a good or Infectious disease especially at this tho acquaintance we havo with Mr Pate of correspondents so good so pure so county attend tho Normal college time small pox which is reported on we think ho will make us a good sheriff deserving a woman and ono so thorough- Â¬ are not going out thero either to uiako a spiritual time It took me back to thir Â¬ good evidence to be in dangerous near- Â¬ ly in touch witli tho community mash unless it is pn something to broad Â¬ o kmmWkmamaT yillsses Annie and Addio Mercer paid ty or forty years ago when tongues now ness to which sho represents this community en their intellect Tlioy aro not looking silent in the gravo testified of Ilia good Â¬ their grand ma Scott a visit Saturday and S L SULZER Cloverport C M McGLOTHLAN CoUnion Star Ky And that to strongly urge that im Sunday Miss Sudlo Neff of Duncans for dudes either They are a business ness and morcy Deafness Cannot be Cured Wo have their repre Â¬ mediato vaccination be procured by Valley accompanied them Thoy re by local applications as tlioy cannot set Tlioy can do more and better work sentatives here who are following their every person especially by those who for Mr Charley Fishora In tlio after Â¬ GLENDEANE reach the diseased portion of the car in the literary society than tho men and foot steps Como out to class meeting havo not already been successfully vac- Â¬ port a nice time noon a small party composed of visitora givo em six and tho go Ed McGufiln of Harned was in our Â¬ whether you speak out or not Confess cinated There is only ono way to euro Deafness The following pupils deserve mention and ther entertainers went flahiug with town Saturday night and Sunday Ed ion does tho soul good from others and aud that is by constitutional remedies And that we shall also secure in case says ho comes to see his ma but wo for attendance deportment and recita Â¬ more than fishermans luck E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of draws you closer closer together Deafness Is caused by an Inllamcd con of an outbreak a suitable house or tions at the Glenileano school for tbe iMlaa Lutid Moorman has returned dition of tho mucous lining of tho Eusta Â¬ Paducnh Ky says that Dr Bolls Pine Brother Walton needs encouragement houses fur the insolation treatment and think there is some ono else he had post month Rob Moorman ftQO Hallio from Bowling Green where sho has Tar Honey cured his children of whoop He says he often prays all night for rather seo than his ma Dont blame chian Tube When this tubo gets Moorman 001 Monnio Hunter OS 7 ing cough when all things else failed Brandenburg Help him save the peo- Â¬ caro of such persons as may bo attacked you Ed been attendlagschool for several month iullamed you havo a rumbling sound or A knowledge of the frightful ravages of Miss Evie Stone happened to a very liott Moorman 03U Iluury Moorman Its a new remedy for all coughs For ple I Hob McGurtln was here last week imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely an cdideinlo of amall pox will surely in painful accident Tuesday morning while 077 tfellie Moorman 074 Raymoad salo by Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr Tho tax for graded school was badly duco any sane person to prepare closed Deafness is the result and unless Gabe Smith is representing an Eastern or the trying to get some little chickens out of Moador 07 Sallio Robertson 06 0 Walter the inflammation can bo taken out and It H McMullln McDanlela M Meyer defeated but it was no surprise to the possibility of infecton at any cost Oil firm and will yon any awotint Co Burns A Taylor Roeettaj W advocates One of the strongest said to the rain She slipped ind fell on her Moorman 03 Mary Moorman 875 Owsn this tube restored to its normal condi- Â¬ Drs A M Kincholoe Iluuter 871 Tito last nauiod wore each from a car load dw to saatl qaaHitle Brown Irvlngton Ky A A Rich Â¬ me a right arm dislocating her should week ago tion hearing will bo destroyed foiever E i am sorry wo ever R T Dempster er Her mother pulled it back however absent ono or more days hence their by retail nine cases out of ten aro caused by ardson OarfieldKy A It Morris Big proposed this tax it is too unpopular A A Simons Gteadeaae Is bar tmnl self wearirg positions at the oet and aha Is getting along all right Well catarrh which is nothing but an in Â¬ Spring Ky W 0 Moorman Glen and I know now wo are beaten her bustle of aetfvifcy and Is alive with deano Ky P Sherron Bros Co Mrs Emma Peyton Fulla of Rough there Is great honeoty In such decla flamed condition of the mucous surfaces real Ufa bait year rrasfKrMlHt waa Adsaiahtratori Jfetlsw waa the guest of Mm D 0 Moorman away rations and what a refreshing draught to We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hanllnsburg git h wis Hw this at All MrMlMUclalmsan4acM4Sfniliit Ky I perfect honesty imbibe tho contrary any caso of Deafness caused by catarrh tin UU of JjmJm J Ar Murray sMac3 are Saturday and Haaiky and tea WWJ to jrilN jwieWs to oar pa to your own wishes G II Casperke FOR SALE I135 Columbia ridden reueed te Ale he same wkk MetoeW form that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Mr Jas Moorman aceerJIaglj law ibuiter firojoo Mcbted ROYAL Powder petitions or the school but upon honest about Mve mouth Weigba 90 lbs to sold eestate toare said And all oeme firward sad Mitt Ilallle Asfuot Sunday andCtoywjsart pj askd tssjir dalat requested to Cnre Send or circulars free at asUoat ladabesdneas For further Inferwatlea eall at or ad Â¬ settle After tko convictions voted agaiut the tax There dress HlghMt of all la 1 a Mrsonalty due notice appraleeaseal F J CHENEY CO Tolado 0 will MbN MonnU Hunter and MIm lilii Da viP M Dvxcah Babra ks Jaat met vd a Mh Wt -iriveai of tbe eUr of sale Soh by Prugtfsta 75c StrtHglk V S kvNHHri Report is ho reason yet why we slioakl not have care Vw Ctoverport JCy U K U NKWSbM AlUtraie Owen UR n Saturday aftankojoaa traia tht SIX PAGES typhoid-pneumoni- Underwear MEN tS Â¬ WOMEN YESTS in 1 Â¬ Â¬ ill Â¬ f Â¬ Bargains in Watches fzi THE and APRIL James Kincheloe THIS ETArEIjEK WOOL WOOL i IA A W L DOUGLAS tm Mr Bi Bip - till1 smb zm fr U YB A 3 SHOE ea vMl Â¬ KltlK WJiTr mmimmjmp YBk LTV W m ni BJfJBfBppP it U sl Â¬ Â¬ BICYCLE wk Baking hvalag If 3r PWf3Wr n NAPOLEON Best the World BONAPARTE The Judgemont on Hoods Pro s JWflllM THBTWIIWCAS nounced by Squire Fogg lw Breeds Moro Profitable or At- Â¬ Leads a Storming Party and Captures Toulon iva rnn n rn x UiilNXIiUAJJ KJX TTT i TTn nxTinn i t fT7 rXJLKZJYVKi liAXdrjJL 1U A rrMr4F f tractive In the Yard Tho Minorcas black and white be long to tho Spanish class nnd nro among tho host layers wu have besides having good sized bodies says n writer iu Farm News Tho original color wnt n green ish black shining in tho sun with iridescent reflections Liko all othor black breeds of fowls an occasional ono would como pnro white nud front theso a whito vnriety has been porfoctcd that is not qulto as largo as tho blacks and thoy havo boon so closely inbred to per potnato tho variety that they nro smaller nud lack something of tho hardiness of their progenitors It is nn error to think that Miuorcns aro not winter layers for if thoy aro warmly housed end properly fod thoy will produco ns nany eggs in wiutor ns nny other breed wo ever kept Tlioro is probably no brei d thai will bear confinement ns well ns tho Miuorcns do Givo thorn plenty of litter to scratch in nud they will ta1 o ns much exorciso as they need nnd n flock of them can bo kopt profitably in n very small lot Iu Bhapo the Minotcas aro tho ideal of birds not giving placo to even tho aris- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tC Chief of Artillery In the Army of Italy v Sent to Negotiete With theGenoese Falls Under Suspicion and Is Arrested AGAIN Copyright iX f - r DEPOSED FROM RANK 1803 by John Clark nidpath i t it i - I 5r P Emergence VIII For Nnpolcou Toulon wiw tho opon goto to grontucss for Ilia tlostlny which ho sought bo diligently caino to him uuawurcs nmoiitf tho guns of his battery tlioro Thuso guns woro trained first on Fort TEguillotte nuil then on tho British ships of Admiral Hood Our ships iuoluditig the good ship Orlout in which oftcr four yenra and bovcu months wo shall ombnrlc for Egypt nre pautup in n nook of tho harbor Over tho town through October nnd Novem ber floats tho banner of St Ocorgo Tho Lily Hag of tho Bourbons has given place not to tho now Tricolor of tho Kuvolntion but to tho foroigu ensign of n hated foe under that aro rallied tho is to bo noted Royalists of Toulon that tho first and tho fast of Napoleons guns nre directed against tho nag of England From Toulon to Waterlool Tlioro lies tho spaco of twonty ono years nnd six months filled with tho wreck and transformation of tho world Hero on tiio beautiful Mediterranean shore tho great act begins A division of tho French National army has boon sunt to rctako tho traitorous town Tho commnndors nro General Doppot who fi om b ing a doctor has taken to this fighting form of patriotism and General Dngommicr an ofilccr who fourteen yoars ago was with Lafnyotto in our Oth Amorican army of Indopondonco ers of military oxporieuco hold subordi Â¬ nate commands and lioro also nro sov crnl representatives from tho National Convention Tho lattor under ordors of that body aro darting hither and yon liko arrows to sting w hoover shall bo unfaithful to tho Revolution Some fly to tho field of Vnlmy whoio in tho wood of Argouno they dart about with eyes sharper than swords Others aro on tho track of Du mouricz toward Bolgiumand tho Netherlands whoro ho struggles to drivo back tho Germans nnd does it Others aro with Custlnos army nudstillothers hero at Toulon watching overything and making fatal report of any blunder Hither have como Barrns himself and Â¬ Jt Â¬ Â¬ mtfm fc Igjjr 111 Wwm KATOLKOX BT DELAnOCHE Engraved b7 Andoln nftc r a design b7 Douil Ion J T gj f A Froron and Salicotti tho Corsicau rep resontativo in tho nsseinbly and in par ticular Augustiu Robcspiorro called tho You rigor t Among theso jiioves tho taciturn Cap tnin Bouaparto On tho 19th of Octobor ho is promoted to bo major nnd chef-do- Bataillon Ho is plnood nt tho hoad of tho nrtilloiy his own placo ns events vill show Tradition has it that ho eats little sleeps among his laughs not nt nil oxcopt once when n young man by his sldo dodging from n shell is cut iu two by itl is suu tnnued to n brouzo Ho with tho rost sees that Toulon is not taken but uullko tho rest ho studios tho map and going from placo to placo uses his spy glass Ho looks many times nt Fort LEguillotto whoro tho British flag is flying Toulon is indeed strong Ad Â¬ miral Hood says that ho will beat back this Fronch army nnd mnko tho placo still stronger Hojvill niako it n second Gibraltar if tho unforesoondouot pro vent him But tho unforeseen provonts For moro than two mouths tho siogo pounds itself away in vain Then tlioro is a council of war Tho oldor officers thor oughly imbued with military solonco suggest this method and that method of taking tho town Tho Nntional rep- rosoutatives lbok on Toulon must bo takon nnd tho Convention has sont nn iniposslblo plan at doing it It conios Yonder Napoleons timo tospoak says no la Iort trisgmuotto xnico that it is tbokey to nil Hero into that rnviuo is a lino of nppronoh to a certain point Let us send thither a storm ing column under protection of my guns I will pound tho fort with sholls till tho poit is reached Then tbero Out of tho hollow Bhall bo n pauso shall spring my column Ono bound aud liko tho loap cf a tho fort is ours Wp will turn tho guns on tho tqwiir and on Hoods ships Ev Â¬ erything shall bo inside out in au hourl Hero then is nadneity Dugommior Mid Doppot nnd tho rest purso up their Sfouths nud look wlso This is dnngor ous but Major Bonnpnrto may try itl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ So on tho 10th of Docombor 1703 he trkd it nnd tho thing was douo Fort rEauilletto was bombarded nnd car ried by storm Tho Royalists Hod to tho British ships and Hood took wing by tea Touloa wa oot mada into anoth r English Gibraltar The Revolution luw Toulon and will koop it forovor Tfca Katioual roprpantuilvon soo who it la that has done this Only thrc days aftorwardk Nnpokon is nominal gou vol of Brigude Ha is upw twenty four yoars four months old L uijiioiu aicnt is approved after a liilo dciiy and jo io on tho 10th of Fobruury C I Hood ti Co Lowell Hassi coives his commission I will say or Hoods Sarsaparlll v T believe Alter Toulon tho namo of Pom parto It to be the best medicine In the world Iu the was hoard in Purls Tho younger Kobos winter of 02 1 had a bad case ot the grip which piorro iuformod tho Convention t wit ho left my system In very bad shape I tried every Â¬ wns of trnnscondent merit Tio ro thing I could find And got no relief In the fall port of Dngommicr said Among thbso ot the same year I bought n bottle ot Hoods who distinguibhed thomsolvos mo it nud Barsaparllla The first dose I took who most nided mo to rally tho troops Mado a Docldod Chango nud push them forward nro citizens for the better When I began Liking tho first Buona Parte do yon not know how to bottle my weight was 127 pounds the lightest spell him yet General commanding since mauhood Dy the time the second bottle tho nrtillory nlso Arena nnd Corvonl Tho succcfs of tho adjutants general in tho slogo and cap been used my weight was 1G3 pounds I turo and tint favorablo report of it pro had all this to noods Sirsapartlla nnd I gladly owe Conduced accusation iu tho National recommend it to all sufferers T M Foao vention bat tho impression on that Justice of the Teace Sharpsburg Kentucky body and on tho public was as yot only Hoods Pills transient At this epoch when all quar biliousness Jaundiceeuro liver Ills constipation sick headache Indigestion ters of Franco woro shnken with comlocal revolutions tho brilmotions and BEWLEYVILLE liant raptnro of a single fort nud town on tho Mediterranean wns not enough Miss EiDo Smith of Hnrdiusburg is to croato a permanent military famo Tho Convention contented itsolf witli visiting Miss Benvin making Gonrrol Bonapnrto Inspector A couplo of our young ladles visited of tho coast country botweentho Rhono and tho Var His duty was to maintain Miss Ida Shumate Wednesday Chns Blanford nnd T J Jolly nttend order in thrt region nud to comploto tho Rovolutijn cd tho Republican convention nt Hard By tho closo of tho year howovor insburg Monday Apr 15th tho old spirit wns virtually extinguished Miss Ada Drury attended Sabbath in Southeastern Franco nud Nap ileon found littlo to satisfy his restless spirit school Sunday morning His tours of inspection nnd duties conWill Paul who has been off to Missou- Â¬ nected tlioro Jitli ocoupiod his timo un- ri for a year or moro arrived at home til February of 1794 whon ho was ro Saturday called to Paris That city was now n seething cauldron Tho Reign of Torror lMrs Tom McCoy nnd Miss Lena was nt its acmo That period unpar Drury are visiting Mrs A Norton of nllolcd iiihrmnu annals oxtended from Garfield March of 1iOS whon tho Revolutionary Miss Celestia Benvin spent Easter in tribunal was organized to July 38th of Hnrdiusburg tho following year whon Robcspiorro W II Cnin Sr nttended Quarterly and his collcnguos woro sent to tho guilmeeting nt Webster Saturday and Sun- Â¬ lotine Tho Army of tho North was created day nnd put under command of Generals Several of our enterprising farmers nro Jourdnn Leolcrc Vandnmmo Bruno setting out fruit trees and Mortior Tho Army of tho Rhino Our choir is learning a now 7 song was commnndod by Generals Pichegru How tedious and tasteless tho hours Soberer and Borthlcr Tho Army of tho West was ojanized with Marcoaw and Miss Lucy Frank assisted by Mr Heron Klobcr as commanders Tho Army of has been pruning her young apple trees Italy was commanded by Dumerbion tho past week nnd Massona and to this General Bdna Z T Stith now lias about 123 parto was assigned ns chief of tho artillery and nssistnut in tho preparation of young chickens plans for the campaign Ho was thus Z T Stith and W II Cain nro sumoccupied iu Paris nt tho timo when it to Brandenburg this week as becamo tho saying La guillotiuo va moned jurors toujonrs tho guillotiuo goes alwnysl It was tho duty of tho Army of Italy SMr and Mrs Gnbo Meadow of Big to occupy that country ns a vautago Spring Bpont the day with M ts Z T ground against tho coalitions that wero Stith Saturday forming boyoud tho Rhino Tho Italian Charlie Pennington mndo n final Bale towns and States woro wavering accord ing to raco and projudica nnd intorost Saturday It is his intention to move to between nffllintiou with tlioFroiv i Ro Kansas soon We wish him success but public nnd bo protection of Germa- dont onvy him his future home ny By tho sickness of Dumerbion Gen It is true that tho Bowloyvillo corre- Â¬ eral Mnsscnn cauio to tho chief com- Â¬ spondent dont know much but she mand of this division of tho FrcniM Nnhopes tho good brother who nsserted the A campaign was under tional forces taken in July of 1704 but tho genorol fact doesnt feel very sorry for her ns its of artillery did not for tho prosout a blissful kind of ignorance that makes Ho wns soon despatched lenvo Paris wisdom folly however as nn ngent under orders of Betsy Baggs has been having a tough Ho was to tho Convention to Gonoa protest to tho Qouooso authorities time of it of late If Rats dont Boon against tho permission which seemed to help her some one else ought to como to Betsey deserves to have bo oxtended to tho coalition to occupy tho rescue neutral territory It was n dolionto busi- Â¬ livtd in tho age of tho Now Woman ness for tho other officers did not un Tho papers these days discuss monoy derstand the truo imtnro of tho instruc and the new woman It is highly proper tions and tho delegates Salicotti nnd 01 wero themselves ignorant of that money and woman go together Albitto course we can be happy with a little but wbnt was really intended Tho result wns that Bonaparto was the moro wo have tho better pleased wo first misunderstood nnd then distrusted nre in his negotiations with tho Gcuooso Every one should read tho articles on government Ho wns onenfy directod to the lifo of Napoleon Bonaparto now be- Â¬ protest against tho occupation of tho ing published in the News This bit of territory of Genoa by tho enemies of Franco but tccrctly ho was authorized history is au attractive featnrp n pleasto oxnraino tho fortresses of tho city ant chango after the gossip story editor- Â¬ and mnko notes on tho gonornl topogra- ials etc Whilo ongagod in phy of that roglou Our Sunday services for April 21st were this work ho was snddonly suspondod Sunday school in the morning and from office put under arrest nnd do For tho nonco tho Epworth League dovotional meeting in olarod suspected The Superintendent an- Â¬ of Damoolcs was hung nbavo him tho afternoon sword nounced that we are to have Childrens by a siugle thrond Jnst nt this jnncturo howovor ero Day the first Sunday in Juno Nnpolcou could bo hauled boforo tho 1 do not understand why a letter mail Â¬ Revolutionary tribunal that body itsolf ed at Bowloyvillo Sunday evening bIiouIcI was blown into donth blacknoss by a bo until Tuesday getting to Cloverport counter revolution Robcspiorro and his bloody cliqno wero solzod nftor a day Tho Bowleyville items of last week wero or two of horrid broil in tho city nnd so long on tho way that they failed to bo woro sont maimed dazed jaw broken in time for publication bono brokcu hcndloug to tho guillotine Golden Ron In that caso tho other saying of the tho guillotiuo goes not hour namely A Valuable Find badly wns graciously voriflodl Tho destruction of tho tribunal had n After yenra of study and labor there paradoxical ofToat on tho interest of Na- has at last been dhcovored a sure and poleon It was from that body that his neverfailing remedy It has been tested secret iustructioiis had emanated Thcro on patients who havo despaired of over foro his friends wero dend also his witnesses But their pluugo iuto ob- being cured the results havo boon in livion lrft behind a lurid trail that every caso wondmful GrofrH Rheu- Â¬ scorched bin It was now Bald that Au matic Cure iu unequaled as u positive gustiu Robcspiorro had boon too much remedy in all cases of Chronic und Acute tho friend of General Bounpartol Liko Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum- Â¬ Cicsar iu tho matter of bin intrigur with bago Sciatica Neuralgia especially Catiline tho hero of Toulon was seri- Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmonorriipca and ously com pi oi ii hod with tho members It is also a vU of tho Terror Loft to his own resources all kindred affections ablo Blood Purifier being especially use- Â¬ au- Â¬ howovor ho wrote n powerful nud dacious protest to tho Representatives ful iu Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all Albitto nud Salicotti oouvinood them Glandulai Enlargements and diseases of of his Innocence won them over to his the Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely oauso obtained from thorn a roport of free from all narcotics Severe attacks oxculpntiou and nfter thirteen days of are relieved fa from ono to threo days mortal peril was set at libortyl On his aud a positive cure tffected in from five return to Paris in August nf 1704 his to eighteen days For sale by A R dofouso was accented by tho ministry Fisher Oloverrort Ky of war and hawuSolTerodtbocoinuianu of n brigade of Infantry in tho Aimy of Subscriptions taken for any magazine tho West with ordors to operate against tho Roynlittsof La Veudou Ho refused or paper you dealre and delivered prompt to accept cither tho flold o operations ly aa they may lie issued Leave your or tho infantry arm of servlao and for ordrra at BAbbageV tilts thd Committer of Public Safety iutoleraut oX all rofusala struck his The U vS Reports oilicwi lme from the list of gwwal adrift in sJton Royal Baking Pmyfor md ha wm ohm mora turned MMMrtor to all oihar lAurhj John Cuxuk Riwath - The following testimonial comes from T M Fogs tsq who Is well known throughout Ken- Â¬ tucky as court Justice- and justice of the pence tor Bath county Ills words should Invoke the confidence of all ft ho read his lcttcrt HoodssiCures Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Meyers pf BigSprillg wnsln Q1 Thursday Mrs Cunningham of Union Star was the guest of J II Frymlre last week McII Richardson came down Friday from Louisville on a Hying visit returning Bntno day J Thompson of Huston was In town Wednesday Mr Thompson isn candidate for tho Legislature Thomas Brown and Jim Brown of Paynesville wero in town Thursday on business N Neafus has Bold out his hardware and furnituro storo to R S Dowell thoy weok were very busy for several days last invoicing Mr Frank Brown one of our prominent farmers living near Salem church had a calf to Btray away from his arm last week Mr Brown had searched as he thought everywhere for his calf and had given It up ns lost when he accl dently went to an unoccupied house and hearing some noise up stairs investigated tho matter and found his calf up stairs munching his cud aud making himself comfortable In the Ekron items so far I havo failed to mention anything in regard to a thing that bids fair to be tho vital element of our little town and that is the Ekron Normal School conducted by Prof Court- Â¬ ney Roberts To say the least it is ono of the best schools for the training of teachers in the State Tho work is thorough and systematic Tho teachers and patrons extend a harty welcome to all students who wish to cast their lot with us If times opon up a now building will be put up this fall Wo know our faculty will draw a large patronage from all parts of Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4y rY filCYCLES HIGH GRADES Superior to any Bicyclo built in the World regardless of Price I ARK THE HIGHEST OF ALL Warranted High Frame Wood Him Scorcher Weljjht 22 lbs 85 Steel Kims G J Tires 25 lbs 585 Regular Frame same weights S5 Drop Ladies Frame same weights and Head tho following opinion of one of tho most promi- Â¬ nent American dealers who lias sold hundreds theso wheels Richmond Va Oct 2 1894 Iiultuna flicycte Cymjxmi IwlimutpoUt Ind Gentlemen Tho Waverley Scorcher and Bello camo to hand yesterday Wc aro afraid you havo sent us tho You cant mean to tell high priced wheel by mistake us that this wheel retails for S5 Wo must say that it is without exception the prettiest wheel we havo ever seen and moreover wo have faith in it although it weighs only 22 lbs for of all Waverloys wo havo sold this year nnd last nnd you know that is a right good number we have never had n single frame nor fork broken either from accident or defect and that is moro than wo can say of any other wheel however high grado Wo congratulate ourselves every so called that we sell day that we aro tho Waverley ngents Yours truly Waltkii C Mercer Co Tires KimB 75 20 inch Diamond Wood 21 Weight lbs 75 Are you looking for the best Bicyclo that money will buy or do you want to spend the most money you can with the expectation that price makes the wheel If the former buy a Waverley HOOK IYBLLER EXCLUSIVE AGENTS CO HARDINSBURG KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iIrs a r Airt OF MIX01ICAB tocratio Black Spanish They havo lar Â¬ ger combs than nny othor vnriety of do most io fowls nnd their wattles nro long and bright red wliilu their ear lobos aro largo nnd puro whito showing against their blnckplumngoto great nd vnntngo In tho inalo tho comb should bo thin hut not thin enough to fall over to ono side and bhonld not havo moro than six spikes to it flvo being preferred to moro Tho comb of tho lions should drop to ono sidosfaling over nnd almost concealing ono oyo Tho beak is strong and sharp aud tho breast full and round Tho shanks nro rather long nnd tho thigliB largo aud moaty Tho tail of tho hen is long and woll spread whilo that of tho malo is orna mented with sweeping bicklo feathers which describe a perfect somicirclo Thcro is no moro beautiful sight among fowls than n woll bred flock of Miuorcas and there aro but fow breeds that aro moro profltablo than thoy Thoy havo boon introduced but n fow yoars yot thoy havo a firm hold on tho affoc tions of breeders in ovcry part of tho country nud bid fair to tako tho placo of tho Spanish ns layers of largo eggs nud many of them Â¬ Â¬ GARRETT Born to the wifo of John Ritchie the 10th a girl Messrs Locb and Cunningham were hero Sunday evening Mr Cap Lano and wife spent Sunday the guests of Mr Funk and family Mr J C Crutchcr mado n trip to Muldraugh last Sunday to see his best girl We Are Harm y Last week wc threw open the largest and finest display of ViVilV T People who havo W g TURNING INCUBATOR EGGS Very Few WIH rroduce Chick I havo boon n closo observer of tho process of incubation for moro than ton yeors says n writer in a poultry ex- Â¬ If Not Turned J W Tewell wlfo and baby aro visit- Â¬ ing their father M Meyer of Bums this weok Aunt Julia Ann Ritchie is visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Peak near Rock Haven this week Mr Creed Ilaynes and George Crutch er of Willow Dale spent Wednesday night with J C Crutcher D W Burch and Misses Laura and Sallio Shackle tt spent last Saturday night and Sunday the guests of Miss Dora Hilf Misses Lulu and Myrtlo Crutcher and Mr James Iauly went to Mr James Rickctts of near Brandenburg Inst Sunday Mr Jack Collins and wife of Flaherty and Mr Dick Adams and wife of Stiths Valley spent Sunday with J M Tindall and family Â¬ 1 Spring Goods right Ever shown in this section seen the stock say it is host and tho cheapest And they aro selling too wo havo ever had This is conclusive proof that the prices aro Bring your pro- - T Come in and seo us duce and if youve got a plug horse you want Wr Wo aro to trade or swap bring him along in for trado M J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ change and during that timo have tried many experiments along various lines The use of Ripans Tabules Bays a writer in nn oxclinngo For eight years I havo used incubators moro or for headaches dyspepsia and less nud for four years almost exclusively nud I havo convinced mysolf that other stomach disorders is not eggs must bo turned during incubation to produco tho be it results I am satis- an experiment but an assured fied that tho lion turns tho eggs nt times success They will do all whon n moro ehnngoof her position was that we say they will not tho reason for it nud I know that it oggs aro not turned iu an iuoubator a Hlpans Tabules may be obtained through your largo part of them will not hatch nearest druggtit lrlce 50 cents a box If n fresh egg is broken on tho yolk will bo noticed n whitish spot Many think this denotes tho fertility of tho egg but this is a mistake becauso it is Correctly weekly by 1umphrcv Laufer Iro found iu oggs laid by hens with whom duce Commission Merchants sto Second Stbct males havo not been kept Main and Market Louisville Ky This whito spot is n weight to hold tho yolk always tho samo sido up no matter what tho position of tho egg If LOUISVILLE KY April 2 1695 eggs nro not turned in nn incubator tho Shtppari ihoald mark all package plainly yolk soon settles to ono sido nud the with hlpperi name and post ofQci addrtii embryo chick dlot Why this is so I do BUXTKB pretend to say but I know it is the not 12 3 II Choice eountry caso from repented observations Near 8 8 Medlars ly overy incubator maker advises that Creamery a 20 eggs bo turned twice a day but I novor xaos 10 turn tho eggs in my iuoubator boforo Preih BBAN8 tho third day nor after tho eighteenth MIohlgan hand picked to 23 6 and but onco a day tit any timo 1 think Indiana Nary 1 74 to 2 00 onco in two days is quito as woll but I Old or Common and colored- 1 00 to 1 SO FKATUKRfl always turn them every day becauso it 38 Si is moro convenient to remember than a Trim white goie 21 Mixed 30 longer interval would be I think tho Old 0 IS philosophy of iucnbntiou is not very No 1 daok 25 00 well understood evon by m any makers HIDES Tho artificial incubation ot eggs is of Green rood 5f TA great ecouomio importance nnd it is Dry Salt good 7f 9 7 good Dry flint very easy to prnotico successfully if ono Saeep iklm 40 20 knows how POULTRY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Not an Experiment M Meyer Co BURAS KY Â¬ LIGHT I RUNNING cmnrn rAVhWrr4 PLHNO MOWKliS - t HliALHiHH PnUPP -- Furnished by the tuiyi VTKiutiifc of vou Piano mv Fly Wheel -- fc U the greatest MU Ma on ou vif ft - - Jt 1 FlflNO LEADS Because T IS THE BEST rouKi uneven Ives It fleady motion in tangled craln ami THF Cr V lanirri sroiiml catnes It to run llehtly over tott places makes It run H THE I 011 8ra the ctun ron this IMC FU WHUlt ON THI rumw imon PIANO AlOHf Mt You should see the JONES JUAUPR bcloremibuy Simplest longest lived lYiUWCIV world Neveroutof repair NoRearsto and llshtest draft mower In the Chain Power runs tne cnai wear out no friction nn nole nothing to make the farmer cuss Light ilraftl Iertis wheel This proves Its strength Ulcycles are Chain Drive Wh L ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE SEND FOR OUR T Lt I I1ULL Sue horse llgliter draft and Wild a bundle after the team Alore Jones Steel Headers Sold In 94 than all others combined If iloi TUmi OMlin The Piano Mfg Co Msnutscturers West Pullman Chicago III FOR SALE BY ii ANDERSON GHAS RMEADE COUNTY KY GUSTON PACTS I A luultry Tulare Hem per lb Dueki Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Robert Garrett of Baltiuoro has just completed nt her country seat one of tho handsomest and most convenient poultry aud pigeon buildings in this country Tho building is 260 feet iu length nud has threo turrot towers ono at each end nud ono iu tho cantor und its total cost wns over 8000 Tho center tower is fitted up as n rocoption room aud library and tho socond story id to bo used as n bedroom by tho poul try aud pigeon keeper Tho second sto Â¬ ries of tho end towers aro to bo used for pigeons of which thoro will be eight or ten vurietfos kopt Tho balanco of tho building will bo dovoted to poultry Â¬ Turkeye alive Turkcyi dreiied DMKD APPLES AND PEACHES Applet eboloo bright quarte t Hi to to Apple average Applet old Peaohet new Peaches old WOOL 4 7 7 8 6 o 10 tyi POSITIONS GUARNTEED Do not say It can- Â¬ under reasonable conditions not be done until you send for free 120 paire cstaloffue DRAUOHTONS PHACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of bhoit hand typewriting and telegraphy NASH VILLI TKXN 4 WEEKS ly Draughtons method of ttuch Inir book keeping- - Is equal to 12 WEEKS by old method It exn ids more money In the Interest of Its Hmployient Department than half thi- - business college in the south take in as tui ion It is ndorscil b flankers Merchants and stronirl practical book keepers all over the United States Cheap board lteasonable rales of tuition 6no students past year Open to both sexes It has and Territories representing 3fi Mates alto prepared books for BANK or HADINSBUHG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 D F HEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier - 4i i to 5 Tub watbed Create fine Oreaie coarte Merino - Â¬ A Uttml the lien Leadt In n recent buletiu issued by tho de partment ot agriculturo tho following inanurial values of inanuro from the di Heron t farm animals aud from hens is given Sheep 3110 per ton calvos 218 pigs 320 lows 303 horses showing that the 1331 hens hen lnnuuro is worth moro than twice as much as tho mauuro from any ot the others Â¬ Barry and Outi MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beetwax 5 30 j Sorghum Molum UAY GRAIN PEED We quota price 1 to day on Loulirllle wharft Mo 2 21 15 13 10 8 2y 18 5 IS 12 12 QW DEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDOE Dire tor J 24 34 ii 38 ollj sent onco days trial When von write explain your wants Addrein J F Draughon Prest Nash We Tenn N ll It pavs cash Ij for vacancies as book- Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc reported provided It fills same IIOMB STUDY RM JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OATS I1AY oatt - 12 Strietly ohole Cboloe Mo 2 Oood Medium Oood Bright Straw CORN Ohole whit Choio ihelLd fdl 10 40 IS 00 11 00 12 00 10 00 Qd 11 00 - 4 50 Tho fa first American of XXIX NewsÂ¬ 4JH 48 flno black hose brand for 20cts at ltabbages Gents Hermsdorf flood to extra thlpplng- OATTLS Light thlppog Btt Butohm MeiHum o food batebm HOGS Cbo - 4 00 3 50 -- 3 40 3 00 M 24 ja 24 3 74 3 85 J 14 5 CO 4 00 0 75 5 M 2 34 2 50 papers CHARLES A DANA Editor Tho American Constitution theAmerican Idea tho Ameri- Â¬ can Spirit These first last and all the time forever Daily by mail 1 Â¬ Govt When Baby wfm slclc we gave ker OatoiU Whoa she was a Child be cried for CSwtorU WttM ato Wwm MI l chg te Castorta tfewa Castor la When 1m bad CbtUrua she g 4M packing and butchtri 4 84 Pair to geed M8 50 Roughi Shoat and pig 1M lb and undw4 74 flaod to xtra Pair to good s A 6 a yr eoplJ3 osnts itvsry nunber ooataw mw t oe4on ana tlful of Dally Sunday by mall8 a y V bouss pittas phuM ntkllng MotnrptM showtiew with tb tulldrs to Utast daslsns su4 iscur outHcls Ad4rts - - a yr ilJNS SCOsw Vouaai BMABvraT The Weekly CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a prompt answeir and art boneit opinion writs to 01 U N N dc CO who hay bad nearly nt ty years xparieaoa In tha patent business Coamiunlca A Handbook ot In tlona strictly oonsdentlal formation oonccrnlns Fulenls and bow to ot tain town sent frta Also a cstalogua ot Biscfisa leal sod sclenting books sent frsa Iatmts taksa tbrouab Munn A Co Mtetya Helen tlrlc Amerlrnnan4 fetal notleo In tba loaiy Dsrorams puDiiownn oo4 ar oroiuat w out cost to ta inventor this aelenaia PPr UsiMd weakly lsantly lltutrstM bas by far t ha largest rjircuUtloa ot any sclentlao work ta tb ihlppUf BHKKP 1 W 3 74 The Sunday Sun the greatost Sunday Newiper in the ll world WOMEN IN DOUBT TJIC PENNYROYAL WAFERS Mln a4 toU gl spriag Pair LAMBS 4 49 1 W 4 75 4M lrlea5caepy ly wall Ailttr4f THH NUN 2 a year MW Yrlc M trtntWM 4 THK BRHOKHNHIDQBl NKWS OLOYKHPOEt KY TO TlAOkXKS OP XHTMII times nnd bolutf fitmtlinr wttti tno best P way to get butween the vedottos Colonel Mayunrd dropped back bosldo tho Rules and Regulations of the Brick prisoner ciiridge County Teach rV Who nro ymi sho asked Library serves yon Ono who Tho voco sounded familiar hut was First Tho Connly Ftipelnt ndeiil disguised and sho did not recognize it shall ho Librarian as provided by law as Colonol Maynards Second It bImII bo tho Librarians Wero you sont by Colonel Mny duly lo kceji a record book of all books nard iccclvidand tho valuo of same Ho No shall also keep a catalogue of all books Why should yon try to savo mo Ask mo rather why I should not properly classified dt signaling at the top It was plaiu tho man whoover ho of the page the tubjict of which the might bo desired to romniii unknown books treat1 as science and art of teach- Â¬ and sho delisted from further question ing history fiction etc ing Third It sh dl bo the Librarians duty After nil my death would not profit o keep a borrowers took so ruled that My lips tho Federal cause sho said will bo soaled to nuy information I may in ono coltirnn thero may appear tho possess number of book in another title ot book Your information would bo too Into another when taken another when re- Â¬ hi ony event Hnd it been othorwlso turned another condition and value this plan would not havo becu attempt Fourth The Librarian shall opon an od account with each person borrowing a Why so Your commander in chief of tho Ar book by writing name of borrower at the my of Tonnossco ha3 dolnycd too long top of the account and making the proper nlroady He will attack us almost im- eutiicp wlen the book is returned tho mediately Your information would not date shall bo entered in the proper now hasten that nttick column How do you know Fifth Tho Librarian is nuthoriz d to Wo havo captured prisoners show of havobcon re enforced purchase out library fund the nects ing that your nion General sary books to keep the above record Virginia from Knoxvillo nnd Sixth Nono but t- - sellers actively en- Â¬ Bragg has ceasod torotrent and Isnboit to fall upon ns with a concentrated ar- gaged in teaching or who hold certificates to teach in this county shall be my You nro right in numlng that nei Â¬ permitted to take books from the library ther you nor I can havo iutlueuco for Seventh Reference books shall not or ngaint either sldonow These troops havo been coming from Virginia for a he taken from the library Eighth Persons will not be permitted month They nro nearly all arrived You may expect to hoar tho opening shot to keep a book for a longer timo than of a groat battle at any moment one month without reporting same to Tho corporal who was in front rein Librarian and in no instance shall a ed in his horso and held up his hand in book be kept for a longer time than two warning They wcro on tho edgo of a wood nnd within a fow hundred yards months Ninth hi the event that a book is ol tho creek and could soo to tho right kept longer than tno months without re- Â¬ aud to tho left My God I oxclaimcd tho corporal porting same to Llbrarianthe party so do theru aro vedottes there aud vedettes ing shall be assessed at tho rate of ten cents And per week or part ot a week that the book thcro pointing north nnd south they ato both couiin this way Wo may be kept after that time and tho Librarian shall collect same and turn inmust go back Colonel Maynard rode forward to see to library fund and the person refusing Ho glanced at both parties of vedettes to pay same shall not be pormitted to then in front of him From that front bonow any more books until the assess Â¬ at that moment thero camo a horsos ment is paid nolgh It was answered by a neigh from Tenth If a person return a book at behind the three on tho edgo of tho tlio end of two months and no one elBe wood Your pcoplo aro whero that horco has called for same the book may be neighed Can you keep your soat in tho kept by said person ono month longer saddle for a dash Eleventh No person shall bo permit- Â¬ Yes ted to borrow books for persons who are Wo are surrounded It is tho only not teachftrs chauco Aro you prepared Readyl Go Twelfth Persons not holding certifi Tho two men dug thoir spurs iuto their horses flanks and all threo shot cates to teach may borrow books fiotn out toward tho creek They had not tho library by paying a library feo 21 gone n hundred yards beforo thoy heard cents per month in advance subjecting Halt thero immediately followed by himself to the adopted rules a shot They paid uo nttention to cither shall Librarian Thirteenth The but dashed on over thounovon ground chargo each person borrowing a book tho two men riding close on cither side with the full valuo of same and said per- Â¬ tho prisoner for fear sho would loso hor son shall pay in full for same if not re- Â¬ balance Her horco stumbled but recovered A volley camo from tho vedottes turned to Librarian within five months riding from tho south but no ono was from date of borrowing and any one re- Â¬ hit In crossing a gully Miss Fitz Hugh fusing or failing to pay the price of said tottered sideways but Maynard caught book shall not be permitted to borrow hor nnd righted her any more books until the said price is On on A few hundred paid ho said ynrds nnd you nro snved Fourteenth A bcok may bo reported Then camo another volloy this time tho by mail dr in person from tho party advancing from Fifteenth Reasonable damages will be north Corporal Ratlgau swayed iu liis assessed within the discretion of tlio saddle but recovered himself Thoy aro ndvunoing to moot us Librarian against any one who unneces- Â¬ Quick Down tho bank Through hero sarily disfigures or injures by t aring or It is not kueo deep writiug upon any book or by any ono A third volley camo but it did no who may do damage wliilo said book is barm It was too Into to stop tho fugi not borrow tives now They rodo right into a party in his care such person can any mora books until such assessment is of Confederate officers Frit lids gathered about Miss Fitz paid Sixteenth Books may be obtained Hugh Her brother boing iu presence of others restrained Ids desire to throw from or returned to the library on the his arms about her neck Ho lifted his 2nd Saturday in October November lint to her as politely ns if sho wero ns Uecembor January and the 3id Monday nenrly rolatod to tho rest ns to himsolf in each month and such other days as then took her hand and kissed it Sud denly in tho midst of n shower of con- Librarian may be found at his office or gratulations a wild irroprcssiblo cheer books will bo sent by mail if postage be that burst spontaneously from tho par- sent to Librarian Soventeenth--An- y ty Carollno Fitz Hugh gave a shriok pcisnn who desires Corporal Ratigan had fallen from his may donate or contiibuto to the fund in horso nnd lay whitoatid bleeding outho books journals or magazines ground Springing from hor own horse Anpiiew Driskkil Librarian sho bent over him nnd raised his head Com Lillie F Cooper OGod hes dead J Joel II Pius T0 UK CONTINUED Vol nahfs op hooks in iiiikaky all tired out do ou havo that 1 Origin of Specie Darwin Are you tired feeling or sick headache iou 1 Autobiography of Froebel can be relieved of all these by taking 1 Autobiography of Franklin Hoods Sarsa par illn I Harries Burned Away E P Roe 1 Luclle Owen Merldeth An Exhibition of Smallness No one will believe the charges prefer 1 Page on Teaching red against Mrs Helm tho Elizabeth 1 Ecirlet Letter Hawlhorne Mr Joplin the de 1 Lady of the Lake Scott town poBt mitrss feated candidate for the place declares 1 Sketch Book Irving he had no hand in them But they were 1 History of Roman People Allen not mado until after tho inexcusable 1 History ol Civillzition in Europe Gulzot failure of the Senate to confirm him and David Copperfield Dickens tho inexcusable want of perception of Barnes General History his fitness and the failure on the part ot Old Curiosity Shop Dickens President Cleveland to reappoint him Arabian Nights against Mrs Helm has been an The fight Lifo 61 A Lincoln Pulnam exhibition of smullness from beginning to end Covington Commonwealth Hew itts Pedagogy Oliver Twist Dickens Salesmen Wanted Pilgrim Progress Bunyan Good wages to sell our nuisery stock Philosophy of Education Rosenbrarz Apply for terms Wo will havo for The Spy F Cooper Robinson Crusoe Do Foe Spring and full 1805 an immense stock Vicar of Wakefield Goldsmith of apple pear peach plum Apricot Keniiworth Scott Also small fruits cherry grape etc Bleak House Dickens shade aud ornamental trees roses etc Study of Child Nature Harrison Lifo of Napoleon Arnault Wo make a specialty of wholesaling to Education in U S Boone We will sell to large planters direct Brooks Normal Methods responsible parties and take note payable General Hittory Meyer in six twelve ana eignieen monius Political Economy F A Walker Write us for wholesale prices Address History of English People J R Southern Nuiuxnv Co Green Winchester Tonn Longfellows Poems Emersons Essays Plutarchs Lives Mrs Anna Gage wife of Ex Rollins Ancient History Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IRVINQTON Mrs Rubl McOlolhlan epout TImrs day in town Miss Fannie Board has a beautiful line of spring hats Miss Hetty Holt spent n pleasant week with the Missed Claycomb Mrs Rjchardson neo Henry has re- Â¬ turned o her homo near Ekrcn If you buy your lint or bonnet from Mlts Fannie Board It Is a gua antee of style R M Jolly went to Mt Vernon III last Monday to visit his mother-in-laMrs J D Williams We aro pleased to hear ot Miss Harris return to the community Wo hopo lur stay will bo a long one Harry Knapps smiling faco b ained suddenly and unexpectedly upon us Glad to see you old boy Mr Richard Tydlngs ot Louisville a former resident of this neighborhood Is visiting relatives and friends here Morris Jolly is having a fino timo over ut Mrs Kato Bennetts fishing Wo aro smacking our palates for a bit ot tho fino catch Sprlngand Summer trrlllineryttimmed and untilmmed hats childrens hat wnking lints sailors Prices guaranteed lower and styles superior to any other in the county Miss Fanule Board Minses Charlotto and Eva Herndon Ree Washington Roy and Wlllio Wimp Air nd Mrs Wimp Miss Sallio Harris and Bate Herndon attended tho Herndon Lewis wedding iu Brandenburg last Wedneeday the 17th Mrs Otto returned from a short but pleasant trip to her former home where sho went to consult her physician of old She feels much ben fiteel from tho short trip No doubt old associations and tits help the cause The ciowd from hero who attended tho Herndon Lewis wedding last Wed Â¬ nesday report a most delightful aud enjiyable affair The handsome groom with his charmingly gowned and blush- Â¬ ing hi Mi tho simple but impressive ceremony hearty and sincere congratu- Â¬ lations elalny nnd elaborato luncheon exquisitely served in courses presents handsome numerous and useful all conspired to make it trulyan occasion ot joy long to be remembered by the favored ones present Mr Herndon brought his bride to the hospitable homo of his mother who had prepared a delightful repast served in her char- Â¬ acteristic good style and pleasant manner In congratulating the young couple I but voice the sentiment ot the commun- Â¬ ity in extending to them a hearty wel- Â¬ come in our midst and best w ishes for their future happiness xTho Bay View Reading Circle jill meet with Mrs R M Jolly next Satur day morning at 1030 oclock All are cordially invited and expected to be present The following is tho assigned work Quotations anout Fn nch people General talile talk in r grd to French politics The resignation of Pi riere the President Felix Fauro Who would bo heir to the crown bhould the Royal Â¬ ists regain power Political leaders etc allot which are timely and important topics inasmuch as tho eyes of the world are upon France and her affairs Miss Emma Ree Washington will give a piper on The Story of Paul and Viiginia or Picciola and something of the author An oral presentation on tlio Traits ot homo and social by French People Miss Maggie Greenwood Character sketches of Madam De Stael and Main tenon Mrs Robt McGlothian Revlow of French Literature from tho 12th to the 17th century -- WORD BUILDING CONTEST 8 PRIZES GRAND PRIZE FINEST MUCKERING PIANO nI r yon arrm isn trVWrvTTO ftVVta Bonio t t furze T it0vRiAr IA94 tr AMlAlCAN t JJOOMlON I listen for suggestion from of 110110 oxcopt with your permission to enter a protest ovuv the siRiiaturo of our coimiiniiilltitf ofll ccra of highest rank lean think Then thcro is nothing to savo her from this sacrifice which though sho has always been prepared for it ami doubtlosa will now meet it liko tho re mnrkablo woman sho if with becoming fortitude is still hard for those of us who lovo and respect her to bear Wo will revoro hor memory as n martyr During this dialoguo each man sat on liis horso without any movement and spoko in measured formal automatic Jlaynards words were quicker tones than Fitz Hughs who hold to thu slow er fashion of speaking common in tho south After tho last seuteuco spoken by Fitz Ilugh thcro was n long sileuco They had met for a purpose Their meet ing was a failure It seemed to both that they could hear their watches ticking away tho seconds that lay between Carollno Fitz Hugh and death Noithcr know tho agony suffered by tho other unless ho judged that other by himself Neither had tho though heart totcmiinatothoiiitorviow both know that it was fruitless A night bird set up a dismal cry It seemed a doathknell Then Maynard broko tho silenca re ho said in net voice Colonel main hero or meet mo hero at any timo after an hour It may bo tho small hourn of tho morning It will lw if at nil be fore sunrise What do you propoM to do What I proposo to do neither you nor your sister shall know till it has been accomplished I will remain hero or near by and nt 1 oclock you will find mo whero I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It would avail nothing cussed legs for I dont caro if yo kill ycrsHf if wo loso no time Whats yer loifo compared with hers On with yo mo boautyl Win tho raco with tho sun that is showin his light there nnd Oill worship yo forever Willi such contradictory and incohe rent phrases Rntigan urged his horse till ho could go uo faster Again did hills vales woods waters fences fly by till at last tho corporal dismounted ot tho camp ho rodo for and in n mo ment was in Colonel AInynnrds tent Tho corporal started back A man stood thcro whom ho did not rccognio for a fow moments ns Colonol Maynard Ho hnd no lienrd whiln tho colonel had had n heavy one His hair nnd eyobrows wero blnck wliilo tho colonels wero light nnd tho hair which had hung bo low his hut in short curls wns now crop Â¬ Â¬ 2d Prize 3d Prize 4th Prize 5th Frizc 5 PRIZES n-i- Sidebar buggy Pneumatic Tire Bicycle A Diamond Ring A Moline Farm Wagon TOTAL VALUE -- 760oo 16000 8500 7500 6000 MOJO The above nrlxes aro offered to those who construct or form the largeit num- Â¬ ber of words out of tho letters found In tbe prize word R-E-P-U-T-A-T-I-O-N TjNDisra ped now am Adieu cried Maynard as ho turned his horsos head and galloped away Adieu replied Fit Ilugh in tho stately tono to which ho was accustomed and raised liij hat ns politoly as if ho wcro saluting is a ballroom Â¬ Â¬ Qivo mo the clothes qulckl Tho corporal handed him tho bundle and Maynaul lost no timo in getting into them let mo said tho colonel Corporal oxplain what I am about to da I know something of tho blood that flows in tho veins of Carnlino Fitz Hugh Sho will nover nci cpt her lifo nt tho prico 1 intend to pay for it Sho must not know that I intend to savo her by violating a trust by incurring my own downfall or she will not leavo hor jail Do you understand I do colonel Sho would chido mo if sho knew I was doing tho same Whllo you havo been away I havo placed threo horses in tho wood yonder I see colonel Corporal Ratigan overy man has his own part in lifo to perform The distinctive featuro in niino seems to bo to decide quickly between conflicting duties I mn going to violate n trust to perform a sacred obligation If you will aid me follow mo Taking up n slip of paper lying on ills camp cot on which ho had written an order tho two lift tho tent They wero challenged bj tho sontry on post but giving tho countersign proceeded till they wero again challenged by the First The first prize will be won by tho largest list the second prize by the next laXKCflt list and so on to the fifth Second The list of words must be writ- Â¬ ten In Ink plainly must be alphabetic nlly arranged numbered signed by the contestant nnd sent In beforo May 0 when the contest closes Third Words used must bo English and must bo found In tho dictionary If two words are spelled alike only one can bo used Abbreviations obsoleto words and names of persons or places nro barred Lists purposely stuffed not con- Â¬ sidered Fourth The same lottcr must not bo used twice 1n one word except the letter T which may be used twice In any word as It appears twlci In the prize word tii H813 nuiaiaat Fifth Each contestant must beeomo a subscriber to the Omaha Weekly World Herald for ono year and must send his dollar to pay for his subscription with his list of words Sixth Every contestant whose list eon tains as many as thirty words whether he wins a prize or not will receive a port- Â¬ folio containing handsome photo engraved copies of sixteen famous paintings slzs of each picture 10x12 Inches with his- Â¬ tory or the painting Seventh In case two or moro prize win- Â¬ ning lists contain the same number of words the ono that Is Hrst received will be given preference Eighth Prizes will be awarded and hipped to winners within ten days after the contest closes Tho Omnlm Weekly World Horald is tho groat froo coinngo family paper of tho north west Its editor 1b Hon silver W J Bryan i ho champion of silver who has just retired from It is published in two parts oho of oight pages on Tuos day and tho other of four pages on Friday of each week henco it is almost as gocd ns a daily for news Us agricultural pago edited by G V Hervoy its literary department its house- Â¬ hold articles and its short stories mnko it a wolcomo visitor in any household Subscription prico 1 00 per year Addross con-1-gros- s WORLD HERALD Omalia IN THIS OODNTT ISEeb THE BEST COMBINED STALIIOIT 1 --t-B-ti WsJ H Fit Hugh rejoined his companion and rode nway in tho direction of Rin gold and Maynard followed by Itnti gau started back toward their camp Maynards brain was in a fover Timo had been expended to no gain Tho small hours wero coming on and only six of them would pass beforo tho event ho so much dreaded would tako place Ho had formed his resolve Whether wiso or foolish right or wrong practi cal or impofible his resolution was taken Onco determined upon his courso ho spurred his horso on without thought of obstacle Turning from tho rough ground on which ho rode ho was about to tako tho road on which ho might get on faster when ho was snddenly star tled by tho firing of n bullet and tho sound that camo with it Thoshot rang closo to liis ear almost brushing his temple Knowing that ho had by his careless ness suddenly comn upon a Union vo dctto ho called out Ceaso firing Friends In answer toacall toadvaucoUatlgan rodo forward and found a vedette who had mistaken them for an enemy On making themselves known they wcro suffered to pass on and Maynard feel ing that ho was too incautious to lead gavo way to Hatlgan Tlioy proceeded on their way with morn caution and passed through n gap in tho ridgo load ing to Heeds bridge Tho good footing of tho road enabled them nftcr getting well into their lines to proceed rapidly After they had pass ed tho ridgo they left tho road and turn Soon after they reached ed northward camp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HeBVK iMPiB---ll asata CHAPTER XIX Onco insidohis tent Colonel Maynard IS THU SHADOW OK DEATH guard at tho temporary prison Thero tho colonel advanced nnd gavo tho countersign and passed into tho house The sergeant in chargo met tliwn and asked what they wanted Tho colonel handed him tho paper ho had brought with him It was au order for tho per Â¬ son of tho prisoner Tho place was only lighted by a candle and tho colonel took caro to stand with ids back to it But this was not necessaiy for his disguiso was complete Corporal Ratigan re mained without tho door on tho porcli Tho sergeant looked from tho paper to tho man who stood boforo him inquir Â¬ ingly This is very strnnge ho 6aid Maynard mado no reply Hero is Colonel Maynards order tho sergoant added reading it over Do you know what ho wants ngaiu with her Do you supposo I dont know any better than to ask questions when I get an order replied tho spurious privato gruffly Tho sergeant went iuto the room where Miss Fit Hugh was confined nnd led her out palo and wondering It Isnt sunriso six said in a voice which it was difficult for hor to keep from breaking Sho folsaid thu colonel Come lowed him to tho porch nnd Cbrpornl Ratigan joined them but it was too dark for the prisoner to scowho ho was nnd ho did not dare to mako himself known As soon as they hud got to n safe distauco ho whispered Darlinl Rats Not a word till we got further Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- U9 sS THE WELL KNOWN STALLION Harry Wilkes Jr Hardinsburg Will make the present at my farm and at Ilardinsurg April 12th and 13th v 15th and 16th Holts Bottom and return each 9th day It costs no more to raise a fine horse than it does to raise a common one and when offered for sale the well bred one is much easier sold and at a far better price Wilkes is 16 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs 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 Respeotfuliy patronage I am nway said Corporal I want yon to got mo tho uniform of a privato soldier You must do so without exciting suspicion 01 dont know howOill do it colo nul without gain back to inn own camp I fear that will tako too long Cant you steal one from ouo of tho tents near by Oi moiglit bo ablo to do it and 01 might spend tho wholo night tryin Oi can got one nt mo camp certain I would tako your jacket but I want your assistance Theres no other way but for yon to go to your camp Colonel Rido nnd remember that every moment is wortli years at any other time Ratlgau lost no timo in mounting and was soon galloping on his way Onco out of tho camp from which ho started ho found no guards to pass and was ablo to drivo his horso to tho utmost Tho night boforo ho had chased tho woman whom ho had then known ns lletsy ITaggs in a mad race to capture her Now ho was tearing along in a mad raco to savo her from tho couscquoiiccs of his capture Past woods nnd waters flow tho corporal over bridges and hills through hollows and rivulets till ho camo to his own camp Thcro ho nt onco sought tho quarters of Privato Flanagan ho cried shaking tho Flanagan privato ycr wanted What is it corporal Lot mo tako ycr clothes nnd nsk no questions Tako em And dlvil a question will 01 nsk except what yo do bo want In cm for Ratlgau solzod tho bundle nnd with au injunction to Flanagan to keep his mouth shut if ho wantod to savo him self from future trials mouutod his horso and was again fiylug over tho ground back to Colonel Mnynard a head quart era It was now tho small hours of tho night Tho corporal cast his eyo to tho cast and saw n fuint streak of white light there Digging Ifis spurs into Ids boasts flanks and urging him with his Toico at tho sauio timo rldor and horso sped on in a raco betweon iifo and loath Goon yo beast cried tho corpo Â¬ ral loon mo dnrlln Stretch yer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oillridohard Thoy wnlked on at au ordinary paco though nil desired to hasten After pass ing sumo distanco from the houso May nard turned and glanced back Ho suw the sergoant watching ho mutWo must go to tho tent tered nnd tho threo walked on Beforo entering ho looked again Tho sergeant was still watching Ho evidoutly wish ed to make suro that all was right All entered tho tent whiln tho colonel standing at tho front and peering be tween tho tent llnpn watched for tho sergeant to go back into tho house Presently hu did so and left tho way clear Now como on Leaving tho tent thoy walked a short distanco down tho road Not a word was spoken Presently they turned asldo and entered tho wood Thoro they found tho horses said tho colouol to tho Mount prisoner Putting a foot in his hand she sprang up on to a horsos back Thero was no sidcsaddlo for her but tho high front of a MoClellnn served very woll and sho was so good a horsowoinan that she could hnvo ridden sideways on tho ani mals baro back Tho stirrup was fitted tho colonel and Ratigan mounted and tho throe rodo rapidly nway Woniust dodgo tho picket said tho colonol Even thu countersign might not avail us with a woman in thu party What doos it all meun Rats ask I thought you cd Miss Fitz Hugh wcro going to do your duty at oil haz ards Woll thoros different kiuds of du tios ami sometimes thoy wont work together If savin n womans lifo isnt a duty thou mo mother didnt bring mo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The way to cure a cougli is to stop the coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cuts loose tho mucous heals tiie lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cougli in one night For salo by Short HaynesClovorport Dr II IlMcMul lln McDaniels M Meyer Co Burns A Taylor Rosotta W E Brown Iry Ington Ky A A Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky W 0 Moorman Glendeane Ky P Co Kirk Ky Sherron Bios Horace Scott Hardinsbnrg Ky Â¬ BIG SPRING Spring has again dawned upon us Mr E W Jones went to Hardineburg last week Mr J W Hardin was on the sick list a few elays last week Mr John Allison and wife C L HAWKINS BE CURED DkAPPIRMAN the widely known fpeclal Ut alter years ol study has so perfected bis yfctem cf mall treatment that be can now anure the ilclc and rulterinj a permanent cure at their bomea at a price that ii aiton lihlngly low Thousand are availing them elves or this golden opportunity and hun dreds ol testimonials are on file snowing the efficacy of the treatment AH Chronic Pis LK DCArNKSa AND LUNQ ladies Friend ITI Safe and Sure TRAOg I WHITE T I f M 1 CB0S MARK are visiting relatives in Howels Valley Miss Molllo Board of Irvlngton visited Mr nnd Mrs E W Jones last week Dr James Hopkins ot Vine Grove was here last week doing dental work Miss Gertrude Grahle of West Point was visiting Mrs Claude Taylor Inst week Mr T R true lemule Ileg Ounrnn ulntor money Â¬ re teed or funded Cross Female Tablets n I Wlilt r B I E I T L O If yonrDrag gist does not keep them ddilreu poiioxaiB 6T IOUI3 MO Price W300 Texas R eases Treated Lonlnllle St Louis CATARRH BRONCHIAL TROUBlCSHCARTTOM ACH LIVER AND IOWIL DIStASCSIHUPSrUTA h Moorman has been III for saveral days and is still confined to his room Mrs II Meyer has returned from Lou isvillo where she was visiting her relatives ot Brandenburg was in our town several days last week doing Dr The best and most scientific treatment or all rruiLr diseases Uulclc and permanent cures guaranteed New treatment or riLKS and ULCKK9 Young or old men sufferiug row kidney ri X Ata NERVOUS EXHAUSTION RHEU SKIN DISEASES MATISM AND NEURALGIA TIME SCHEDULE Tubing- Effect At 6a00 oclek A asro 2 i J Cor Nsr7 U Sunday Dec 30 139i Wt 63 Bound Traiiu Kail Bound Tram Uxprs Kxpr Daily Dally C0m 02 im John Hardin dental wotk Mrs A W Clarkson has returned from Jefferson county whero she was Deputy U S Kan Marshal TO THE TEACHERS Columbus saysi I was delivered upright Whos the othor of TWINS In less than 20 min- Â¬ sho asked whllo Maynard was riding n littlo in advance Ono who this night makes mo liis And I from this night will bo indebted for my lifo to both of you if you succcod In saving it But I cant bear to havo you saoriflco yoursolvcs for juo You may bo committing an unpardon able sin toward your comrades but I cannot beliovo you nro committing a sin toward our Father And one day it will be all ended Rats and tbea who will care OI know those who will rejoiet Bathjan how took Um toad hating mm up jo nmmi Â¬ Â¬ utes and Vssr w 1 1 It scarcely any pain slave r after using only two bottles of MOTHERS FRIEND DID MOT 8TJFFZB AFTERWARD Dialled nrstntbr Express bolll in or matlonrseslnt ofnrlM Book ID MOTillCUS1 ATLANTA BBAPKIEU sold uv KKCUUTOB CO all imuaaiirre U You will pleaso preserve this publica- Â¬ tion and thereby save trouble and worry to yourself and expenso to both you and me It you have no place j ou can spare to preserve ttiese rules please cut out the pieco and send to me and I shall take pleasuro In preserving it until needed Any person who has some book in view wishing to read and not in our library pleaso submit tho same to me at onco and we will order it in the next order mado for the library If you chance to havo sorco books journals magazines or know of such person desirous ot donating to the library so Inform us aud we will thank you In advance for your kindness Very respectfully Andrew Dbmkill S 0 8 B 0 i visiting relatives Rev J M Street preached at tho Bap Â¬ tist church last Sunday that being their regular church day Tho finest lot of spring goods can bo Meyers and the people Been at Jacob will do well to call and get their prices The store is full ot goods and prices down actually Xt EXHAUSTION stored to vigor health and happiness Or Applemsn has associated with him a ull start o expert specialists who carefully con aider each case and prepare the proper rem Â¬ edies Consultation and opinion rass br mall Treatment urnished at tbe low rate of 2 TO 3 PER MONTH Write us freely and fully and enclose stamp or symptom blank No i Catarrh No a Vol Men No 3 For Women Address THE APPLEMAN MEDICINE CO 573 E URINANT BLADDER INO WEAKNESS OR DISEASES BLOOD POISON Rxprs Exprs Daily Dally 830pm 7 S0n 646 7 TSO 7 47 it Mall A STATIONS Mail A 63 64 IvUnn 8 21 8 2d 8 41 Kentucky SI ptar 43d ST - 7M 804 813 821 8 SO 863 UK Oil 9 Id - CHICAGO ILL 838 866 000 909 914 917 928 931 943 964 10 OJ 930 93J 10 10 CU 9 47 Vlli OU llrandcnburs Ekron Guston Irvlngton Webster llerco Siuiple Stcpheniport Addltoa Holt Sklllrasn Hawcsville Lswttport Powers Pates OwMtboro Mittlagly Woilslngtan Heads SmMsvIU Kalcon Caves Cloverport Shop Lodiburg Hock Haven Long Ilranch West lolnt Howard to 1121 12 US 1181 M 10 10 10 HOD 1069 10 49 1041 10 37 L St- - L T Ry Fordsvlfle TIME TABLE No Branch ion 1020 10 S3 M 24 1891 1019 1060 100 9S7 92k 9 W W U 1016 s DEO SO Bnoklens Araioa Salve Bast Bound Tlio Bwt Saivk in the world for Cuts Weit Bound Trains BsiIy Dally uallv BruUes Sores Ulcers SaltllheumFever ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun No 2 Sores TetterChapped HandsChilblalns NoD No I lOlDam IT Irvlngton Ar Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ 11 SO uirncm itively cures Piles or no pay required UBSnm Ilsrned Hardinsburg guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ It is Kirk IlM lolly ill faction or money refunded Price 25 121 OUnicsas cents per box For sale by A R Flatter DemBter TAKING EFFECT 1102 1109 111S 1125 Trains Dalit All 007 lstrls 1119 MlBl H ex Sub No t 1 18 All BtS 840 8 8 8 tm un 14 lit Children Cry for Pitcher Castorla IIL nscavan Rota AiUm Qwks ArF HMmUl r KsUinoujfta Iv Uswator Mats yam Hchsws ysmr atHbacrip SO l - rllV Ktaaiey IS 70 lv 11M arHsBitsB Rasstts v w HiiiwfoHiayji SiSS i iW WltppiW1 mmWW v wmwuiP tMK ti Awarded BRBxOmi0rR Folitics in Heade The Mi rule County Circuit Couit con- Â¬ vened at Brandenburg last Monday Judgo Mclleath presiding Common Â¬ wealths Attorney W S Cliolf was present and delivered the charge to the grand jury This was tho Bum of the business for the firut day Tho afternoon was taken up in hear Â¬ ing tho dear candidates who are always on hand There war not a largo crowd present but enough however to make it interesting for tho candidates The first speaker was the Hon Oscar Turner Jr of Louisvlllo He was in troduced to the audlcnco by the Hon Gus Richardson In n neat and compli Â¬ mentary speech Mr Turner is a can Â¬ didate for the office of Lieutenant Gov- Â¬ ernor subject to the action of tho Dem Â¬ Ho is a fluent and ocratic convention pleasant speaker and in making his announcement captured the crowd Meado county Democrats will be suro to re momber hltn when the convention comes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NKWS OLOYBRPORT ITtf GUSTON DUKES Virtue Is tho swoot road to longevity but vice meets with an early doom We are having somo beautiful spring weather which everybody seems to en Joy I1fcicft Honors World Da Fair 1 A house to rent apply to Sulzers Henry B Head was in town last wcok Rtv Lyon returned borne last Friday night R E Moorman went to Louisville yes terday ftVsk John Vtfct if ho knowB how to ride a bicycle Burrel Beard Hardinsburg was in town Saturday Born April 22 to tho wife of Dan Ilinnon a flnoRlrl Dr Frank Bowteyville was hero hist Friday attending lodgo Am oi Board Hardinsburg spent Sun- Â¬ day with his brother Sam Tho excursion advertised in tbe Nkwh Jnet week has been declared oft Mr M II Beard and wife Hardltis burg went to Louisvlllo Sunday Rov S G Shelley will preach at Holt next Sunday at 11 a m and hero at 730 Oil needles and shuttles fur all ma Â¬ chines at L II Scberers office Clover- Â¬ port Tho report that M M Chancellor has small pox at his borne near Askins is untrue Light Brahma eggs for sale Felcb Strain 100 for 15 Mrs John Nrvitt Irvington Ky Tho Elizabethtown District Conference meets at Brandenburg Wednesday Â¬ w CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE Free pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 4Q YEARS THE STANDARD A Chas Stlth of Irvlugton was in town Wednesday Mips Emily Munford went to Louis- Â¬ ville Friday morning Mrs Arrio Anderson of Haysville was in town Friday making calls Miss Rena Anderson of llaysvllle was In town Monday on business Mrs Joo Mills was tbo guest of Mrs J R Baskett Thursday afternoon Mr and Mrs G E Lewis were guests of Mrs G B Pollock Wednesday oven Ing Misses Ida and Edith Shumate of Hill Grove wero hero shopping Satur- Â¬ SPRING Spring lurked safo bidden On a mossy bank of green And coyly lingered Ero his beauties should be seen But fashion spied bim And put bis bashfulness to route So the styles of tho season And our New Gcods are all out day Mrs John Shumate of tho Big Spring neighborhood was in town Sunday shop- Â¬ ping Mrs Fannie Bell and Miss Eva Cnrrl gan wero guests of Mrs Geo J NeiT Thursday Mrs Rboda Anderson of Haysville made a business trip to our littlo town Thursday Miss Mattie Sanders of Elizabethtown is visiting her sister Mrs J B Smith near hero Miss Clara Adklsson has a beautiful line of bats They aro just as cheap as they aro pretty F Loeb who has been visiting his family In Vino Grove for several days returned Friday morning AuntTisb Anderson says Miss Clara Adklssons hats are pretty stylish and cheap What she says goes Dr A A Baxter bas been kept busy vaccinating our ciizens since tbe small- Â¬ pox scare reached our county Blanche Smith and children Roland and Nellie of Irvington were calling on friends hero Friday T E Cunditr and littlo son Tom at tended services at Mt Merino Easter and visited friends at Irvington Mrs Kate Childs and Mrs LouIbo Neff who have both been sick during last week are much better at this writ- Â¬ ing Dont send off to Louisville or any other town to buy your hats Trade with your homo milliner Miss Clara Notice to Subscribers The date on the label Indicates the time to which your subscription It paid Thlf serve bath at a receipt n expiration notice every week Examine the date printed after vour name on the margin of thin paper and see If It Is correct If not correct pleuie to let ui know IT your time has expired please renew at once on Breckenridge News 24 1885 WEDNESDAY APRIL I00AL BREVITIES vj W- If- - Pitts Babbago is not qnllo so well Window full of straw hate Sulzers Juno 20 to 30 F D Gray Louisville was hero Mon- Â¬ Our spring lino of Monarch shirts Is day awaiting your inspection como in and The pny train will bo down Babbage sco them Jno Hall who has been at Skillman 0 W Moorman went to Louisville forsomo times is not at Mrs Bate sick Monday He is able to bo out Perforated stamping done py Mrs J Mrs Julia Hodges formerly of Web Â¬ 0 Heist ster is reported very low with typhoid J W McCans of Rome was in the fever at her homo in Louisvlllo city Saturday Rev O T Wilson is holding a scries Crudo carbolic acid a diseast prevent- Â¬ of meetings at Weldon this week assistive ed by Rev Phillips of Tur Fork Sulzers Fifteen minutes in our clothing de- Â¬ Munpoys Mogazino delivered for ten partment and you will find that wo can cents Babbage Undo Billy Tindell and wifo went to fit you nicely at a low price Sutze re For thoroughbred land and water Stpphensport Saturday George Crist got a thumb mashed off fowls and the leading Btrains of swine seo or write B A Parks Ciitton Mills down at tbe shops yesterday Mr Frank Ditto fcir after si veral Calvin Hendricks of near Hardins Â¬ weeks visit to his daughter Mrs Jno burg was in tho city Saturday D Babbage returned lo Brandenburg Mrs y G Babbage of Hardinsburg Sunday is visiting relatives hero this week A man works from sun to sun but a leicalo shirts in all of the latest de Â¬ womans work is never done unlets sho signs can now bo seen at Babbages uses a labor saving lace curtain stretcher Rev Warren of Louisville preached Sulzers at the Presbyterian church last Sunday Rev S 0 Elder presiding elder and Mrs RB Pierce lias been quite sick Rev S K Breeding pastor held quart Â¬ for several days past Sho is now botter erly meeting at Webster last Saturday Ernest Babbngowas confined to hia and Sunday bed several days last week with la grip- Â¬ Obituary notices and resolutions of pe respect inserted at 5 cents a line Par Â¬ For sale two work horses cbeap for ties sending in these notices will please cash or on time L II Schorer Clover bear this in mind port yFIour has advanced 25 cents a barrel Louisville parties havo leased the during tho last week Tho causo is tho right to operato the old oil well at Haw advance in wheat which is now worth esvillle GO cents in Chicago yUuck Adklsson is for freo silver and Fifteen minutes spent in our sporting be knocks all the goldbugs out in an goods department will convince you wo argument too can fit the hunter and the angler out The Populists of Grayson county have with outfits Sulzers nominated the Hon Charles Durbln for Miss Brook Stephens baa returned to Representative her homo Alia Vista after spending a A stitch in time safes nine buy the pleasant winter in Louisville with her Wbeoler Wilson No 9 L II Scherer sisters Mr T J Minary and Mrs Cald woll Norton agent Cloverport Fifteen minutes in our shoo depart Â¬ Mr Jas T Skillman is up at Union Star paying a visit to his littlo grand ment and you will find just the kind of slaughter Elizabeth Haynes shoe you are looking for bring your feet Poultry raisois if you want lo dispose in wo aro shoest for all mankind of your chickens and eggs seek the ad Â¬ Sulzers vertising columns of tho News The Sunday School and District Con- Â¬ A few choice 0 I C Chester and ference Owensboro District meets at Scotch Poland Chiua pigs forsalo reason Â¬ Yelvington next Tuesday and Wednes Â¬ day Rov S G Shelley and Mr J able B A Parks Clifton Mills The meeting at tho Methodist church Burn will attend from this city closed Sunday night with one addition LA pear treo 03 years old standing in Undo Jimmy Polks orchard is now full to the church Mr Emmet Gregory of blossom It is three and a hall feet The Hon W N Sweeney died very of bees Sunday at his homo in in diameter and houses a colony suddenly last that have been in it for years Owensboro He died of heart disease Louisville cattle market slow but firm Mrs Eliza Taylor who canio down to Hogs Prices Bteady see her nephew Courtney Duncan who on all grades market higher on all good ones best bas been very ill returned homo to day packers sold at 510 to 5 15 Common Miss Maria Watklns of OwenBboro half fat lights and pigs not wanted came up Sunday sick with typhoid fever William McClurg killed Lum Igle Sho is at her brothorV Dr a S Watk Â¬ heart a prosperous farmer livlug near lns Fifteen minuets spent in reading our Vanover Daviess county last Sunday big ad will save you dollars and tell you The trouble aroso over a horse of Igle hearts jumping into McCIurgs wheat all about our arrival of dress goods Â¬ Sulzers Atteutlon soldiers bring your vouch Â¬ ers to me and thoy will bo executed cor- Â¬ rectly L G Gregory office east end Jron brldgo W II Boultlnghouso of Addison was in the city Saturday He called at the Nkws office and now the label on bis paper reads 00 Have your sewing machine repaired by a man who gives au honest guarunteo with bis work no workeo no payee L II Scherer Cloverport Dobloa Co Tee Economizer makes your Fits any pot colTeo last twice as long Co Free circular Arthur L Dobio Grant Bldg Atlanta Ga Fifteen minutes in our grocery de Â¬ partment surrounded by every thing good to eat will thoroughly convince you there is no place like Sulzers daughter Thos fMrs several Bolder andweek in Owens days last ent boro They were accorapaniod home by Miss Tinka May Taliaferro and Oscar Holder lHou Gus Lewis of Planters Hall has been in town several days visiting rela tives Mr Lewis is in his 70th year and ia just a3 sprightly as young man of field - S Pggs for sale from pure bted fowls Light Brahmas Buff Cochins Silver Spangled Hamburgs White LeghornB Brown LeghornB Red Caps and B Ply- Â¬ mouth Rocks Israel Holder Clo Â¬ verport Ky I am a sowing machlno repairer as well as salesman Bo waro of tramjis who repair machines in other wordii ruin them Every job guaranteed by mo I am located here Needles oil and re- Â¬ pairs on band for all machines L II Scherer Cloverport Ky s2TD Addison is gotting bids on a two story brick business house to bo erected at his place in Addison Work will bo Mr Addison has gin next month great faith in the future of his town Several other enterprises aro on fot for that place Five cases of small pox and one death aro reported from Tell City Both Can nelton and Hawesvllle aro quarantined against tho town and much excitement prevails A pest houso bas been erected to which all tho victims have been re- Â¬ moved There is not much danger of a spread of the disuvao LJB II Kingsbury and J A May hall twenty Buy tho Wheeler and Wlton No 0 contractors have secured tbe contract for sewing machine cornea in ball bearings building Lon McQavocks two story changeable from lock stitch to chain dwelling on railroad street known as tho The contract for the stitch and is tho lightest running ami Jake May lot most durable machine ih Ue world building of Mr J T Owens residence near Jollys Station was kt to them CW1 and a for yourtwU at my offloe Work will be begun at once L If afehswr Cloverport The second speaker was tho Hou Jno Hardin candidate for Represntativo Mr Hardin represented tho county in tho last Legislature and liko all tho boys who go to Frankfort had a hankering to go back This was Mr Hardins desire and after giving an account of his steward ship which he did In a very grace- Â¬ ful littlo speech retirtd for others who had liko aspirations Squire A J Thompson was only wait Â¬ ing for a chance to tell the dear people how he would like the honors they had in storo for Eomo good fellow Mr Thompson was a littlo embarrosed not being used to speaking and was a littlo at sea as to how to get off tho big speech he had in his miud He said Hardin had kinder knocked him oil his base in his lengthy speech but says he 1 can tell you gentlemen what I am mak Â¬ ing tho raco on My platform is first Free and unlimited coinage of silver at 10 to 1 for tho repeal of tho Homestead law I am opposed to tho increaso of taxes If tho State needs more money I am in favor of cutting down tho ex- Â¬ penses It you elect me gentlemon Ill never cast my voto for an increaso in tho taxes and inoro gentlemen I wont voto for any man for U S Senator unless I know him to bo a straight clean cut silver man Thats my platform gen tlemen Im a Democrat too gentlemen and Im seeking the nomination at your hands If ray views Buit you give me the nomination and Ill swear to you that Ill never go back on my word matter-of-faMr Thompons plain way of stating his position seemed to take with the crowd and he retired amid a roar of applause Mr Hardin in his npeech did not touch on the vital question of the day and of courso had lo come back and state his position He practically indorsed what Mr Thompson had said ou the money qcestion was with him on the Home Â¬ stead law but couldnt say that ho was on tho subject of taxes Ho said if the Stato ncedtd money to meet her obli- Â¬ gations and couldnt raise it in any other way than by increasing tho taxes he would vote for that increaso When Mr Hardin got through Mr Thompson jumped up to take the stand again but before he reached it a Popu- Â¬ how list out in tho audience shouted about those gold bonds Issued by Clove land and that 9000000 be gave to that syndicate This brought down tho house and there were cries for Joe Campbell Joe Campboll and for ten minutes tho cry was kept up which was only quieted by tho appearanco of Mr Campbell on tbe stand Mr Campbell is a good old honest farmer from the Paynesvllle district Hes no fool either but bas an odd way of expressing his views which he always does when an occasion presents Itself Mr Campboll took the stand and said ho had no intention of poking fun at tho speaker and didnt propose to treat the matter as a joke nor did ho get up for the purpose of making a speech or being laughed at either He was honest in what he said and asked the question purely for information Mr Campboll made a short talk on the bond question showing conclusively that ho was well up or the money question and fully And thus ended tbo first speak Â¬ posted ing in what promises to be one of the hoitest campaigns that Meado county bas bad in years The money question is tbo issue It wont down The people have got it in- Â¬ to their heads that there is something wrong with tho finances and thoy want a chango and thoyJl not bo satisfied until it is tested at tho noils This seems to lo the situation in Meade at least D Â¬ lfrs Adkisson Mrs A B Pollock and daughter Miss Helen attended tho entertainment given by Prof Wrathers pupils at Andyvillo Friday evening Miss Clara Adklsson returned from Louisville Monday evening accompanied by Mrs G E Smith nee Miss Henri Cain of Cincinnati Mrs Joseph Carman and her son Joe camo down from Louisville Saturday enroute to Custer Thoy wero guests of Mrs O D Pickerel Chas E Anderson who has been re- Â¬ cuperating at tbo homo of his sister Mrs John Shumate near Big Spring returned to Irvington Saturday Misses Susie Anderson Beulah Cray croft and Minnie LeGrand and W A Stlth were callers at Miss Rose Z Mor- Â¬ ris cozy little home Thursday afternoon SANDY HILL Health of this neighborhood generally Bewley was tho guest of Miss Vina Baskett on tho 14th Mr and Mrs John Kerrick visited their parents at Payncsville Sunday Mrs W M Baskett is as busy talking about bor chickens and garden as ever Henry Cowley and Lige Ashcarft are preparing to take a trip South on a lime boat soon Miss Sallio Baskett and little nephew Arvlo T wore tho guests of her sister Mrs Jos Mills I saw a candidate for representative this week shaking hands around and ho was all unites Misses Lucy and Hettie Hendrick wero tho guests of Mm Amelia Richardson last Saturday nigbt Mr and Mrs Fackler took dinner with Mr and Mrs Jas King of near Mt Merino on tho 14th Miss Nellie Henry who had her arm dislocated by a kicking cow is now able to carry it in a sling Mrs OBryan of near Rhodella who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Goorgo Bell has returned home Some Weather bad and news scarce of the farmers aro done breaking corn ground and some are just commencing Somo ouostolo about eight bushels of corn from John L Henry the other night taking a mulo and sled to haul it homo Miss Lucy Young and Mattio Aehcraft aro visiting thoir grandparents Mr and Mrs James Ashcraft near Oak Grove Mt Merino was beautifully decorated on Easter Sunday Miss Honderson furÂ¬ nished tho music which was beautiful and tho pastor delivered an excellent sermon I will say to tho visitors of Sandy Hill church that they will not have to drink any more pond water for John Brown has taken tho contract to dig a cistern by the first of Juuo good B F Tho truths which wo least wIbIi to hear aro those which aro most fo our advantage Very littlo corn planted Farmers are holding back planting ou account of cut worms Tluy are worse than was ever known Mr Tom Pate was trying his mulo to the buggy Sunday Any women would bo safe behind that mulo with Tom hold of tho lines Julius Ceasar owedlils death to an In- Â¬ civility Ho neglected to rise whon tho senate showed him somo honors and tho rudeness was resented Thcso warm days are making wheat grow very fast K not hindered in come way there will bo a much better crop harvested this year than last The little sixteen months old son of T II Burnett while playing around a hot stove Saturday night fell against It and burned ono of its bands right badly Mr James Rowland wife littlo Allen and Ethel Rowland Mrs Sarah Shaw and her son Estel were tho guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Johuson Sunday One would judge by tho number of plant beds they see In traveling around that there is enough tobacco plants in Hancock county to set tbe United States Miss Annlo Rowland who is teaching school at Dukes in company with her cousin Miss Tilllo Johnson left for Daviess county Thursday to visit lior pa Â¬ rents Death visited our community Saturday morning and took from our midst the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs J J Burnett God let her remain with them but a few short days then in His wis- Â¬ dom called her to rest May God com- Â¬ fort them and help them to bo prepared to meet their dear baby in bright glory Oh yes you will you will bo just ns ragged just as hungry just as debased and just as willing to lick tho hand of any rich robber for a crumb as your English French German and other European brothers You think times aro as hard as thoy can get Thats what you thought two years ago eight years ago and f urthor back You wero at each period too ignorant or lazy to inveBti gato why times are hard You took tho word of ignorant and lying office seekers As to tho causes you are liko a at ono timo repeated after them that it was tbo tariu then it was not the tariff but tbe lack of confidence then it was neither but tho want of tho honest dollar then it was all on account of tho Sherman law Everything these lying politicians said you gulped down and repeated like a fool Yes you did you never investigated yourself and what- Â¬ ever has produced the present condition is working right along aud will intensify the results It Is not reasonable to ex- Â¬ pect anything else Your brothers across tho water hoped for better times They wero led astray and deceived by just ex- Â¬ actly the same lies that have been poured into you liko milk into a sick kitten Yes tbe condition of the working people of the United States will bo woise than they wero In Europe becauso here tho riot of speculation in human labor can go farther because the people are labor- Â¬ ing under tho delusion that they are free Workers of other countries have laid tho cause of tho trouble to every source but tbo right one private ownership of proporty but they aro now working on that tact and through the Socialist agita- Â¬ tion are beginning to make good head way But tho working people of tho United States will not suffer as many years as their foreign brothers They are waking up to the cause of the oppres- Â¬ sion rapidly As much advance has been made here in ten years as in England in a hundred Â¬ 1 tt Â¬ Fifteen Minutes In Our Store going from counter to counter will bring forth loud praises of approval as you are showed tho latest creations from tho loom now effects in Dress Goods elegant Dainty and delicatotlnts on theso filmy fabrics beautiful Bhades artistic patterns productions from tho looms that make one stand as entranced That unexplalnable something which catches the eye and holds It charms tho pocket book and opens It latest creation from the foreign in style and captivating In price pink light and blue with delicate figure the novelty of the season In pitterns to suit the buyer for Waists IlKhtalrycolorsstyllsh some new beauties figured and plaids ORG ANDIESThSra00 looms dashing -O L 17 Their Is sweetness ST SilEJJnJLjXh about this goods when made that pltascs every time Designs of the latest colors Not one ugly pittcrn among them Cheery looking and a long wearing article UD HAT CJTT T7C kDXJ-lii- Tn TTT71 xJLVUJli J A new novelty lordressesand and waists Youll like It or spring wear cool and delightful wearing T3T71T X XXl vJT JljJ JJ1 TITTVrfJ It not only Now here l lust whal you want and we have thebcltlng but buckles also - TTJUTTrpTTJlQ J-- JLJVJL X days warm enough for chilly evenings handsome enough for nn afternoon dress solid and figured colors makes one look so clean and neat They went fait last season thay will go faster this year Mght enough lor hot HAMBURGlLLiDV morcner aTiJ TsTTnTTTIVJii XJ U VJXlN JT Whlle ml fid pretty designs than all the others combined Creamy gems o brightness that delights the ejc every house their TvTD A XJXVXXX XuXV X Is some nook you hide We have Japanese Ilrapery would tike to Thejapanese have funny ideas when compared to ours but their drapery is just lovely 1 Silks in all colors and shades Crepons Irish Lawns Dimities Crimpoline Ginghams Newport and Prlncws Duck India Mulls Sllkaliue Percales They will all be their Eyes open in wonderment hands involuntary seek tho purse string Fifteen minutes in our stock will convinco you we are the people XM I WFFBtf I nlw IVUbrV 0ur fortl In il9 0W SPrinR TKea tlmt Btoro wil1 will captivate tho eyes of the ladies Organdies Piqua SULZERS that the iSj tVVfeVVVVVVVVV- - Remember And make the best on the market Mr b Irvington Milling Go Continue to biiyyonr Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle Sheep Flour Meal and Mill Feed Wo sell Salt Brick Shluglcs Cement Bone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco Fertilizers Corn Planters Hay Rakes Wheat Drills Studebaker and Old Hlckor Wagons Buggies and Spring Wagons and tho only reliable Self Binder and Mower Binder Twine etc with a guarantee on each article We sell nothing but first class goods at at prices to suit times Remember tho best is tho cheapest in tho long run Your inspection patrouage and correspondence respectfully solicited A w J PiEgott A IRVINGTON MILLING CO IUVINGTON KY m Joiiy CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SUKVEYOK Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Will attend to any business in tho lino of Surveying Finding lost lines and corners a specialty Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in Breckenridge county solicited Also a Notary Public and can tako tho acknow- Â¬ ledgements of deeds at time of surveying if parties desire it Address at Hardinsburg Ky Dr Bells Pine Tar Houey 1b differon from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation and giving tone Btrength vigor and vitality to the respiratory organs Guaranteed and for salo by Short Haynes Cloverport Di R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer it Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta j W E Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris Big SprlngKy W O Moorman Glen deano Ky P Sherron Bros Co Kirk Ky Horaco Scott Hardinsburg Ky Call and See Somo of tho finest art work ever done on a sewing machine at tbe Wheeler Wilson office I handle the new W W No 0 ball bearing which makes it the lightest running machine on the market Call and see for yourself before you buy We aro also headquarters for needles oil and supplies of all kinds Repairing a specialty and every job guaranteed I have bad eleven years experience and understand my trade I am located here and guarantee satisfaction Office below bank L II Siikrer Cloverport Ky SIROCCO Born to tho wifo of John M Haynes the 12th Inst a girl Agnes Henrietta HARDINSBURG KY Mrs Abo Kegga is spending this week Will practice in all tho Courts in tho with her daughter Mrp J N Berryman County and surrounding District Frank OBryan and wife of Louisville Oentlemanor lady to sell Iolles aro visiting Franks mother at Paynes- Â¬ Aluminum Colke Iconomlier its any cotlee pott saves one third the collce vllle Arthur I Uable V Co Grant Ilulldinir Atlanta Ga Mr D S Ncafus visited bis daughter Mrs Leander Bruner of Hancock county ATTORNEY at LAW R N Miller1 BALLTOWN Miss Lulu Brlckoy is very ill at this writing Hon J D Wilson visited his daughter Sunday Mrs Spicy Brickey of this piaco Miss Minnie Taul who has been very low wo are glad to say is able to get out latt week Ea Â¬ Â¬ again Tho blacksmith of this place is very sick at this writing but hope ho will soon recover Everybody Booms to bo scared about small pox Although there are no cases in this vicinity Mr Bon Patterson who has been very ill with heart trouble wo are glad to say Is some better This old placo is booming up now there Is lots of work going on in ties and tan bark timber Rev R M Philllp3 filled his regular Ho appolntmeut at Tar Fork Sunday preached two interesting sermons and hero was a large crowd attcded There was a crowd of youngsters visit- Â¬ ed Miss Alico Brickey Sunday evening They all stomod to have a nice timo CHENAULT Jim Mitchell is visiting her daughter Mrs Vessels of Owensboro From tho quantity of bloom there are good pjospecta for a fruit crop this year Mrs Bill ONeil of Derby is visiting her daughter Mrs Annie Cunningham Miss Jeeslo Elder leaves Tuesday for Unlontown where she will be tbe guest of her brother Mr Sam Elder Misses Mollie Stallman and E Kate Allen wore the guests of Mrs W B Gardner Union Star last Thursday afternoon Mesne Jm A Ale Guy E Burch William William II Gardner Lee Hosier A S Alla attended the convention at HardlReburg last Mosday We were very sorry to lose JrsM oar neighborhood our ttcb MtsesMd neighbor and friend Mr Noah Cunning Â¬ ham she 1mm luovsd to DyU eowiy though w miss we are giad sIm is prospering nod wlsii mt mtMto Mrs It will bo an agreeable surprise to per Â¬ sons subject to attacks of bilious col la to learn that prompt relief may bo had by taking Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In many instances tho attack may bo prevented by taking this remedy as soon as tbo first symptoms of the disease appear 25 and 50 cent bottles tor sale by A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ port Ky and Kincheloe Board Har Â¬ dinsburg Ky Mi88ea Etta Neafus and Forrest Bewley spent Sunday with Miss Btttie Hamilton near Brandeuburg S IHiJBBHrSW auwfiU Has been reachedwhen R B Bewley spent Sunday at Sirocco you begin to and not at Mr Jones as on several other nave Palpita- Â¬ occasions when ho was suppoeed to do bo tion o f t h e Jtart diffi Rev James Funkhouser aud wife of c u 1 1 y in Flat Rock Ind who havo been visiting irtathinr Mrs Funkhousers mother and sisters Your blood is impure returned to Indiana tho 10th Inst you need a Mrs O M Smith after several weeks turning ctvr to her parents in Louisville passed visit TTJIW down Monday the 15th with the U S TO to her home at Andyvillo mall man Mrs Mollie Simmons neo Woolfolk Mr Sim Â¬ nee Burch is a widow again It will set you up and make a new mons having pacsed to that mysterious realm from wheuco no traveler returns persou of you1 For sals by Dissolution took placo at bis late borne AIR FISHER Druggist at Sugar Grove Ind shortly after ho re- Â¬ Cloverport Ky turned from a business trip to this county THE TURNING POINT vfcFm SHtSHPHlIUIia BEATS better than cure Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if taken in time will prevent dyspepsia biliousness malaria constipation jaundice torpid liver and kindred diseases Prevention Cloverport Normal Begins June 3d 1805 and coutiuacs five weeks ATTORNEY AT LAW OSIe Gus BrGrrcn CLOVERPORT KY nltb David R Hurray East iTABLERSnil BUCKEYE i Sick Headache Hidr l tie WW ahowi BO vyon as 9 tf baking pewOw pur w 89 gnmt tn jwr-m9 rntr tesis IT fW 1 h ludUd to plea Mat of James will Wheeler tame forward Those holding- claims again the and settle are nqiMttad to hvm Utu properly tor twrmeat K B PIKKCK Ad Joltrator AdKiaiitratsrs All persons K iica4 fl The review of tbe common school Iron Bridge branches will be helpful to persons desir ing to pass tbe July examination Barnes Kincheloe Class will be organised to aeeomodate any pupils of tbe High Sehoe l who may ATTORNEYS deitire o end of Ill C j P OINTMENT CURES A - mi TUTTS Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE kr Ky TulUon ttfetknUru For pafMrakf apply to or ulilrsos OAm on Hftia ftireet naxt door J U B Umax Giovwport Ky north of potoffioa Hardiiwburg aUad ATLjW I NOTHING BUT PILES a iURS und CERTAIN CURE known for IB years Ma the BEST REMEDY fcr PILES ftOIB MY XXX KKVatllSTft go gauaBNM un r uoj 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S THE BREOKENRIDGB Govt Report NELWS OLOYRHPORT KY BRANDENBURG I havo had several most pleasant and Instructive chats with my fiiund Mrs Blanche Fontaine wh6 Is Just from Florida which Statu just now is of par ticular Interest from her Into disasters Mrs Fon I al no is n vivacious enthusiastic talker nnd gives minute and graphic ac- Â¬ counts of tier delightful visit to the sunny South whero sho formed delightful ac Â¬ quaintances and pleasant friendships She says tho first freeze killed tho fruit on St Johns but tho second freeze was tho cruel unrelenting ono to destroy tho trees Somo of tho seedlings had shown signs of life but tho budded onessullered most and sho says twill bo thrco or four years before tho State recovers tho Shock Jack Frost imparted She with Mrs B A Young was a gueit of Mr and Mrs Marcus Moremau from this county who have an orange grove on tho St Johi Their loss was heavy but noth Â¬ ing daunted Mr Morcman has purchased a new groxo find commenced afresh Mrs Fontaine gives a most glowing ac- Â¬ count of her trip to South nnd Pueblo Bench where sho gathered shells from the sea shoro nnd wrote her name in the sand and while thus poetically engaged n big wave from old Atlantic encircled her in a briny embrace St Augustine she took in witli all of its historic glory Tlie Ponce Do Leon hotel with nil of its pristine splendor was enjoyed the old Spanish Foit the Cathedral of sacred association the bt nutiful gntes to the old city formed topics of tpccinl interest Sho crossed to Anastasia island and went to the summit of the light houso of renown to view a landscape surpassed only by Switzerland and a sun set excelled alone by an Italian ono in her imagination Sho has many beautiful scenes shells and souvenirs from this land of flowers She suffered equally as much with cold as in this climate nnd thinks it mote penetrating She likes tho people and was shown much kindness and attention by her circlo of friends But she returns to tho dark and bloody ground thi land of hog nnd hominy with te Â¬ lle wtd allegiance and fervor and espec Â¬ ially us her cherished friends of this old burg and to her the feeling of wel Â¬ was one unanimous come home sentiment Mrs B A Young is still iu Florida but will leave April 8 for Rome We are ready to receive lierwarmly here when she concludes to return Â¬ DUKES i TAR FORK Rev R M Philips will move his fam Â¬ ily to this neighborhood soon Mhaltrzlo Coonics of Kirk visited Missed Ma and Kettle Ryan la it week Mr and Mrs O W Rico wero the gutsts f Mr and Jlrj Thos Bates Sun Â¬ RdfelPS ABSOLUTELY PUKE News 1893 A MIL 21 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY FALLS OF ROUGH Miss Annie Head looks unusually bright and smiling Miss Mabel Chambliss thinks of visit- Â¬ ing Fordsvillo soon Mr W II Chambliss and wife went to Louisville last week We regret very much to hear that Mrs Jesse L Owen is very ill Wo arc sorry to learn that Mrs Jones Mercer is on tho sick list Wo aro glad to see Mrs Frank Peyton lookiug so much improved in health Miss Cora Wlngato is slowly recover- Â¬ ing from a severe attack of pneumonia met with a serious April 13 He iell from a WTgon nnd broko his leg tha Burnett Monday YELLOW LAKE J B Rice our merchant is gradually Forest Bruner wife and child of Lead increasing his stock of goods Wo hope Creek wero the guests of J J Burnett Willie Cannon liail n sovoro attack of ho will bo successful in his new busi Â¬ and wifo Saturday night la grippo Inst week ness Thero was preaching at the Presby Â¬ Farmcre are making very good progress Farmers aro taking advantage of the terian church Saturday night Sunday at planting corn this week fine spring weathcrwhlle the industrious 1 1 and Sunday evening nt 3 oclock Mrs F K Miotics and littlo son Dan tho wives aro busily superintending Every whcio labor is robbed to onricli gardens nie are right sick with chills Idleness Until you get ready to fight Frank Rhodes had two good milk cons Womans Suf Â¬ Tho popular topic that mother ivil you are still iii tho to dlo from eating laurel this week frage doesnt weigh on the minds of dark Mrs Dettio Mattlngly Planters Hall the ladies here much but cut worms In The molu is not blind as many persons the garden and having their chickens visited her sibler Mrs W E Rhodes Buppose According to authoiity its eyes stolen does last week fever are hardly larger than a pin head and aro Mrs L Green and others celebrated carefully protected from dust and dirt by Prayer meeting at Tar Fork Christian Robert Rhodes lias returned to JelTer Bonville where lie will resume his old Easter Sunday in a beautiful and be- inclosed hairs church every Sunday at 3 oclock p in mid meeting nt Cave Spiing Baptist coming manner trade in the car shop James Rowland gavo his road n Misses Little Miss Lillian Lyons of Fords thorough overhauling Thursday for his church every Hit Sunday Rev J D Millie 1ratzo and Maggie Rhodes spent a very pleasant day Inst ville is visiting her sister Mies Maud lost time Jim has made a good over- Duncan is pastor for tho ensuing year who is boarding at Mrs Ben Storms Miss Sallie Dean visited Mrs Tho II Saturday at Mr John Rhodes seer Nate Starks Jr stands hpad tho Bates recently It is feared if n certain Mrs Clyde Shumate is expecting her next two jeans Mr Fred McDaniel who was hurt last young widower pays a few more visits to winter by a lioreo running over him is sister MIsa Maud Hughes of Louisville Why cant we havo a Sunday school Miss Sallie her visits hero will bo a to make her an extended visit soon still unable to walk without crutches So many children whiling away tho Sab Â¬ If we dont have any more freezes the The special train bound for the Falls bath in idleness learning nothing that thing of the past prospect bids fair for a good crop of ap of Rough Friday ran over and killed a will benefit them in this life ndr tho life JJL W Hendrickson is keeping bache Â¬ line sheep belonging to Mr Charlie to come ples and n few peaches in this locality Parents think of it the respon lors hall on the farm formerly occupied by Mr J B Rice Ilosajs ho has en Fisher Mrs Robert Mattingly Long Lick ono sibllity rests upon our shoulders countered no ghosts yet but Miss Bertha of our most estimable matrons is very ill Mr Willis Green Mrs Clyde Shumate From Washington wo hear every day at this writing not expected to recover Miss Bell FentreBS Messrs Lafe and or two how the silver sentiment is dying his poodle finds it quite lonely Henry Clarks little one year old child Edward Bcauchamp and n few others and tho gold standard idea is advancing L3Hvo of our neighbor boys C B Bates died Friday of enlargement of the liver from this place took advantage of the in the West Arc tho fellows who send and J T Kcenan are at college prepar- Â¬ ing for tho ministry the former Baptist out such stun fools or liars Tho sent It was buried at St Anthonys Long excursion tho Gth inst Misses Maud Lyons and Helen Brown mont in favor of honest money is stead tho latter Methodist It would be ad Lick tho day following visable for more to do likewise or at Ono of Mrs Delia Glasscocks littlo aro doing a good business in the millinery ily growing hi tho west but tho honesl and dress making department They are monev must bo n monov which wonl least be civil enough at Divine worship twin babies fell dangerously ill wliilo beautiful energetic young ladies and wo rob the man who is in debt of all he has not to be n proved visitinj nt her mothcrV Mrs ns gold standard money dots are glad to have them in our midst Ilradley Easter Sunday Knights of the Maccabees Miss Emma Qucrtcriunus school is riOW UVIIEIIIKNCK We are hnving n glorious rain now The Stato Commander writes us from much to the dismay of the corn planters progressing nicely The littlo folks look Tlil Icijnn lje learned in IHes bltcr school Lincoln Neb as follows After trying One consolation it is making more grass very happy nnd contented as thoy trudge Where Ie been for some yean an apt scholar other medicines for what seemed to be a the advice homeward with unshod feet over tho TIs better to takeexample to of most men for Massas sheep and cattle very obstinate cough in our two children follow Than to tiy their soft and yielding turf so glad it is four we tried Dr Kings New Discovery nnd Mr Horace Hunter and wife Mr we go to church without pray When Frank Rhodes and wife Mr Tom Frank oclock iiiL for the preachor the devil walks nt tho end of two days the conghentiroly A dog bit Mr David Chambliss a few left them Wo will not bo without it and family nnd Mr Too Glasscock and home witli us hereafter as our experience proves that family dined nt Mr Fred Fraies last weeks ago ho became very uneasy and will promise to pay any kind Tho devil went to Hardinsburg and applied the it cures where all other remedies fall Sundny of interest if we will only take his note Signed F W Stephens Stato Com Mr Rill Dockery and family have mad stouo to tho wound but he has Unbelief is the egg out of which all Why not give this great medicine a trial dog Is healthy moved to Cloverport where they expect since learned that tho which of course is great relltf to himself sins nre hatched as it is guaranteed and trial bottles nre to reside for sometime Mr nnd Mrs No gift can be put on Gods altar un free at A 11 Fishers drug store Reg CIKr Mattingly are on the sick list Ln and friends Katie camo down Tuesday evening less the blood of religious life has been ular szo 50c and 100 grippe seems to be the trouble loaded with sportsmen but on account put thero first Misses Dell and Iuella Whentley who HARNED of the inclement weather she returned Influence of noblu women who enter are well known here have been to Louiswith tho dawn of Wednesday morning1 the stato of marriage ras t a die of tho ville for some time getting versed in the hack and stny greatest inti rest in lliu wotld next to Everett Wcnlheifurd is quite ill nt this latest fads of millinery They have but promising to come longer when tho wenther clenrs up the throes of eternity Cltopjtra speaks writing now returned to Kirk with a nico lot of Lewis Wentlierford went to near Bow- spring hate which thoy will sell at ex Â¬ Among them were Messrs Logan Wolf of an old attachment which she had llv and Hill ed to dispise as having arisen in her loyvillo Saturday Success attend ceedingly low prices Xittlo Margaret Peyton the other day salad days when sho was green in judg you girls Sunday School nt Friendship Sunday while her nurse was absent thought she ment In extreme youth love is cspeci morning at 0 oclock Thls neighborhood was startled last yard but dis ally blind and for this as well as for Several from this place attended Cuth Thursday by the elopement of Miss Recca would walk out into tho daining the substantial doorsteps and do other reasons girls who aro yet at school olio church at Hardinsburg Fool ono of our most industrious and on aerial props for her little feet do not consult their best interest when economizing old maids with Mr pending Re Joseph Duggins filled his regular she made a most ungraceful exit with a they allow love to occupy their too Lenard Mattingly of Long Lick n gay youthful minds It hns been said that appointment at New Bethel Saturday and bump on her pretty little noso widower of 70 winters They wento Sunday Mr Sam Morgan does not like to Lo the companionship of good wives enable Hardinsburg to have the ceremony said Arthur Goodman who has been away men to gain ln sweetness and moral teased about his girl He says he would May peace and plenty be theirs hight and does not caus6 them in tho hauling ties for some time was seen in give to know who wroto that letter Mr John Slaton Rosetta came out least degree to loso the wrestlihg thews town Saturday KAprll 10th to cry tlio sale of Mr Fred That is a big sum these hard times nnd which throw tlie world weak men nave Mia Ada Meadow and sister Hardins- Â¬ It will surely bring the culprit to light Fralze There was a large crowd pre- Â¬ Wo most humbly beg the gentlemans displayed public virtue and strong men burg were visiting relatives and friends sent A unutity of nice furniture beds pardon and promise not to repeat tl o have been made stronger because they at this place Sunday household goods farming implements ofTense until another oppoitunity is pre- Â¬ had by their lido a woman of noble We wero grieved to learn of tho death etc sold at low prices Sorao very nico character who exercised a fortifying in- Â¬ of Mrs Anna Beard whose remains were sented Mr Edgar Lewis pur Â¬ stock was sold Lady Ilussell fluence on their conduct laid to rest in the family burying ground The Kaster celebration at this place chased a nice Hock of sheep Dick Owen is ono of the many celebrated women near this place Sunday She leaves her The ceremonies who a line horse nnd Ernest Robertson n was quite a success have encouraged their husbands to children nnd many beloved friends to wero grand and very impressive What handsome colt sutler and be strong Sho sat by her mourn her loss but our loss must bo her of the The funeral of Mrs Matilda Mattingly a beautiful sight it presented husband day after day during his public gain So let us therefore be reconciled to bright smiling faces of so many happy took place from St Anthonys church trial taking notes ond doing everything tho will of God againata back ground of lovely Ixrng Lick April 0th nmid a largo as Â¬ children to help him sembly of friends nnd relatives Mrs floral decorations and I know there wore A new theory in the treatmout of smiles of joy around tho Great Tlirono Our better halves say they could not coughs lung and bronchial affections has Mattingly had reached tho great nge of 111 nnd hnd been up until n few years in Heaven as each puro little voice was keep house without Chamberlains Cough been advanced by the manufacturers of lifted up in gladness and praise of the Remedy It is used in more than half ago remarkable for health nnd vigor Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It Is truly a Christ Who is risen the homes in Leeds Sims Bros Leeds wonderful remedy Sho was the wife of Mr James Mattingly All dealers sell Wo say if the shoo fits wear it though Iowa This shows tho esteem in which it on a positive guarantee who departed this life several years ago For sale Since his death sho has made her homo it surely pinched a widowers toes Very that remedy is held whero it has been by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr at Iter eons Mr Robert Mattingly She severely because in an agony of mortal sold for years and is well known Moth- Â¬ R II McMullln McDanielsM Meyor was tho mother of twelvo children seven fear he thrust his Breckenkidoe News ers have learned that thero is nothing so Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W E Messrs Felix of April 3d into the fire where it was good for coldscroop und whooping cough of whom survive her Brown Irvington Ky A A Richard- Â¬ Robert Clin nnd Joe Mattingly Mrs soon a charred mass But woe unto him that it cures these ailments quickly and son Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Mrs Apnlono for thero wero dozens of others in the permanently and that it is pleasant and Spring Ky Linn Rhodes Irvington W O Moorman Glen Mnttingly nnd Mrs Margaret Cannon same littlo village who did not burn their safe for children to tako 25 and 50 cent deaue Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Her grand children papers till tlielr oyes nail read every bottles for sale by A R Fisher Cloyer Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg Planters I lull Board Har Â¬ Ky numbered nbout llfty flvo and great word therein The shoe was never in- Â¬ poit Ky and Kincheloe grand children near a hundred Sho tended to bo worn on a foot which it dinsburg Ky She Did Not Suffer was a devout member of tho Catholic did not fit Therefore no ofTense was in- Â¬ PELLVILLE church nnd noted for groat christian tended Three months before our first child my There is still a fair prospect of a real May her piety charity nnd industry wife suffered so from cramps and pains As far as wo havo investigated every she could not get in or out of the house good fruit crop in this vicinity Peach houI rest in peace voter in this section is for freo silver trees nre moderately full of bloom without help and was often in bed for Thoso who never read the advertise Â¬ Apple trees nnd plums aro over loaded Mrs Sylvania Jett who has been very two or three days at a time I obtained ments In their newspapers miss more with buds and bloom Nature with a sick for several weeks is thought to be a bottle of Mothers Friend and aftor than they presume Jonathan Kculson few sweeps of her magic wand has trans- Â¬ improving the first application pains and cramps of Rolan Worth Co Iowa who had formed the dark dreary dajs and cold She continued to uso the The farmers nre planting corn onrly ceased been troubled with rheumatism in his brown earth Into bright sunshine and this year with tho Intention of raising remedy nnd suffered no uorlou lucon back aims nnd shoulders read an item beautiful robes of green dotted with nil venienco until tho hour of confinement plenty in good timo in his paper about how a prominent tho bright hues of tho rainbow in tho at which time sho suflered but littlo Jorn last week to the wifo of J J German citizen of Ft Madison had been early wild ilower Ferns droop loviugly a fino girl and to the wife of pain her recovery was rapid and com- Â¬ cured He procured tho same medicine over tlielr mossy banks while the gentle Bruner plete in fact sho sullerod no pain after and to use his own words It cured me breezo softly sways their plumed heads Todd Bates a 12 pound boy birth Her friends say they never saw A Inrger acreage of tobacco will bo A neighbor glistening in the pearly drops of a fresh right up lie ulso says anything to equal her case Truly planted in this county if the plants do Mothers Friend is a blessing to and his wife were both sick in bed with April shower ex Â¬ well and tho season favorable than was rheumatism Their hoy was over to my pectant mothers and ray wife shall nov Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old ever planted before house and said they were so bad ho had er be without It E JJ Johnston to do the cooking I told him of Cham living at 018 Monroe street Paducah iM Stephens returned from Louisville Enfaula Via Deo 8 1804 beilnins Pniu llalinnnd how it hnd cured Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Houey hist week witli returns for his 13000 me ho got a bottle and it cured them up is tho best grip cure cough lung and pound crop of tobacco for which he re Â¬ in a week 10 cent bottles for sale by bronchial remedy that has been oflered ceived something near 300 per hun Â¬ From earlv child A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and to tho people during her life Guaran Â¬ dred hood until I was teed and sold by Short Haynes Clover- Â¬ Hoard Hardinsburg Ky Kincheloe grown my family Frank Lelbouilxthe Jew will put up a soent a fortune port DrRHMcMullinMcDaniels M store at Whitesvillo Boon Dave Broad trvlne to cure me of tills disease IX Report of Irvington School for Month Moyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta sky of this place and Abe Vennor of Visited Hot Snrincs nnd was treated Ending April 8 1805 W E Brown Irvington Ky A A by the best medical men but was not t Louisville will attend to it while Frank benefited When all General Average Nellie II Stith 03 5 Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris will remain in tho one dere asm h jv wmrm i wings nad r fa led I Pearl Lyon 185 Emlry Wrathor 08 I Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen The News was the only paper coming U U1IU 111 I J U kVIIUIHU Co Willie Wimp 078 j Mary Bandy 07 5 j deane Ky P Sherron Bros four months was entirely cured The to this o 111 co which did not exaggerate ipmnif rrTnn uric rrnn rtAri Charlotte Ilerndou 07 Nannie Leo Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg in giving au irrn account of the awfiil death v ufrv Jolly 07 Garnette Livers 008 Nellie Ky of Prof Bruner It said It would never and I have never had any return of Bandy 000 Louis Jolly 058 Lulah bo known how ho got ontrappsdand burn Â¬ tlie disease n II fl ft n The British Gold Standard Drako 058 Lona Simmons 05 5 Eva i nave since ed while other papers suggested murder Is but one possible way of main rifimmMii lwt There Herndon 05Ujltoy Wimp 010 Mabel and other unreasonable surmises Peo Â¬ S S S to a number of friends for akin if i McGIothlan 018 Anthony King 015 taining tho British gold standard In this ease and Have nayeriyet known a failure to ple liere say thu Nkws Is nearest the cure 01 Edwin Jolly 01 country even if tho peoplo should favor Akron Protheroo ubu w IKWIN irwln Pa truth I Nrar falls to ear it and that is by contracting and retiring Ola Mw Smith 01 Clarence McGIothlan Ten after all othtri rviuvat OiTf Uflr Mollie Lyon 033 our paper currency until there is no 038 Ada Smith 0J0 Sroqimuon mood am Cry for Eva McGIothlan 023 Leo King 021 greater amount outstanding than our frcttoanr addrnM small available stock of gold will redeem Mary Wrather 881 SWHTSttClfiCM I Adah Dmhv Teacher on demand Atlanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Health very good In this locality Succt as to thu News It is always n welcome visitor in our homes Farmers arc making pood use of this nice weather preparing for their crops Nanking is the largest walled city in tho world It is at least 2500 years old Doc Pato spent Monday night at Dukes He was the guest of Mr and Mrs S B Burnett Mrs Laura Burnett and her two children Rosa and Rostan visited Mrs Mar Â¬ MMMMMMMMmMm KPk day Hearts are once the brcc7s wafting of fruit blossoms Mr Robt Irvin accident Saturday 23 Bicycling for Women pi J rnysicians recommena oicycnng 1 1 more gladdened by the sweet fragrance g lagljf dUCT Fashion savs it is pood form new models for vomens use in rriu umuc Two 8 IW Columbia Bicycles MM IIImiIW s illllwWlMlllwilllwiMf loc HI c yd - Model 41 Columbia MODEL 42 COLUMBIA - Model 42 Columbia lias been especially designed for the many ladies who prefer to wear knicker- Â¬ bockers rather than cumbersome skirts Ladies wheels also in prices f 80 60 50 Send tor Hartford Bicycles at lower Freo at any two J cent stamps Catalogue nn ANC II STORES i - 1 J Aeuay or by mall tor Columbia Boston Kew York Chicago San rranclsco Vrovidcnco lluffalo Six handsome paper dolls ahoWlng ladlet blcycla costumes by noted designers will bo mailed tor five ccnt stamps -- MWMmJw WM Mi 0 ALLEN Ky - Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford ilicycles SIGNAL TRIUMPHS By Dr WON Prices Cream Baking1 Powder Two signal triumphs havo been achiev Â¬ ed by Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder First it received Highest Award and Di- Â¬ ploma at the Worlds Columbian Exposition of 1803 Nextit secured Highest Award and Gold Medal at tho California Midwinter Fair of 1891 At botli Fairs it suipossed all competitors in every re- Â¬ spect The award in each instance was for strongest leavening power perfect purity and general excellence It was sustained by tho unanimous vote of tho judges The victory at Chicago establishes tho supremacy of Dr Prices as The Fore- Â¬ most Baking Powder in tho world The triumph at San Francisco confirms and emphasizes it Be an All Round Ulan A pub- Â¬ Every shield has two sides lic question may have many sides To read but one newspaper is to get but ono side one mans view To read half a dozen papers is still to get only half a dozen mens opinions In order to get tlie general drift of public sentiment it is necessary either to read a great num ber of papers and magazines more than the average man can take timo to read even if ho can get access to them or it J is necessary to read a journal that makes it its business to collect and condense and summarize the views found in all these papers and magazines Such a journal is Public Opinion formerly pub lished in Washington but recently re- Â¬ moved to New York City Write for a sample copy or call at this office for Information and special club rateif taken in connection with tho Biiec KUNiunnK Â¬ Â¬ The largest Commission House in the Soutli I The most liberal advances and best facilities for getting highest market prices You ask why theso advantages This market has many largo Woolen and Jeatis factories Eastern mills havo buyers here through the Wool season and wo being the largest recelvtH of Commission Wool attract the buyers to our house to niaku purchases Furthermore wo have ample means to make liberal advances to shippers which We would bo pleased to is a great advantage to parlies who aro shipping largely correspond with largo shippers of Wool for special arrangements We alr o have plenty of room to show your goods and all facilities for handling quickly We boliove Wool can be handled safely this year as the markets aro in Cotton better shape thero is more confidence and trade is better than last year However no is not so low and there are mote men employed than last year would not idvise speculation but ship often and wo will send to your addresses at least once a week during the Wool season our Prico Current with prices that you can rely on To all customers who wisli to storo Wool with us wo aro prepared to furnish liberal advances We issue regular Warehouso Receipts and will niako no chargo for storage for tho first six months after that time a very low rate will be charged all who wish to hold their Wool Parties who wih to ship us their Wool for immediate Bale and this you will find is a very safe way to do business will be sure to tealizi the highest market price for their Wool as all Wool shipped to us is submitted to the Inspection and offers of all Wool buyers and the best offer is the ono we accept It will pay you to ship your Wool to us instead of soiling it to buyers in the country for thefo buyers sell it to the dealers here and thus make the profit that should go to you Thus by shipping to us you will avoid the middle man and get tho highest cash price You ship your Wool and we will do our duty at this ond of the line ill sell your Wool for you at the highest market prices and make quick cash remittances Of couise it pajs best to ship Wool in flrst class order so we advise you to be care- Â¬ ful in buying it and avoid hurry Wool unless at reduced prices To all others wo Sacks furnished freo to all who chip their wool to us to sell will furnish sacks at actual cost Those having car lots of Wool will do well to ad Â¬ vise us beforo shipping elsewhere Soo our Weekly Price Current for prices Yours truly 1 WOOLllOOL Cloverport m A Y HERNDON OARTER OO Louisville Ky O B0UBNB J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS BOUENE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON News HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILI KY Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has over used Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey pro nounce it the best cough and lung rem edy on earth Its true too so wo guar antee Forsale byShort HavnesClov- erportDr R II McMullln McDaniols M Meyer Co Buras A Tavlor Ro setta Ky WEBrown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky W O Moor man Glendeane Ky P ShenonBros Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Ilar- dinsburg Ky Mr Cleveland Didnt Tell April 10 Once in a Wabihmiton while President Cleveland gets by Mr Thurber and invades the room occupied by the subordinate clerks in the White On one of these occasions recent- Â¬ House ly he went and stroJ looking down nt tho work which ono of the clerks was doing The man at work never looked up He thought it was one of the other cbrks who occasionally bothered him What tho deyil do you want ho asked There was no response Tho other clerkB gasped for breath A death like stillness prevailed and tho working clork looked up to meet a smile on thu countenance of tho Prtsldent Iu timn an explanation followed but itwill bo a long time befuro that Wliito Home clerk will auk a like question until he Is dead sura of tho man ho Is talking to STOCK YARDS nfdtfrlmijArf PENNYROYAL In Poor Health means so much more than you imagine serious and latal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest gift health Yi JSXVoA1 oompjlnv ffton of label Avoid auUMlutei Healed LArtlouUrs malle1 So tttmn it 00 tUUKKA CDLMICaX A iporlflo monthly medicine for Lull to rwuoiu ami rczuUte the roiwe producing free hcUthy on calnleti tliKbarge No aches or rain on ftp tiowuuabyoTerMluOladlet ncaUKd wlllUMftg aln Invtroiatit theae orarana nujr of your urusrgiH onlr thoie with our algnature acrow WAFERS biiKuu aiou For salo by CHAS C MARTIN Fraotlcal Druggist CLOVEltlOltT KY Freo TrUI No Era nwdwl to iui Keeps toe rot or ilM Saves eleaaluiwewe rlaerrtuta our 1 rjiacaen guarantee H DoblesAlnmlnnmCofnieEcoBomlzora FITS ANY COFFEE POT u I no boilee stronger and richer corf w KeoDomlser to make bciir Post CfAeachjiirehajer one wwka ineirree be returned and iii UU factory ra anau not mix we will rrrund the money AltTHUlt LDOU1EA CO Urant Building Atlanta Oa llil Tho Old Reliable JCitnblUhoil as jears Treats male or to main uiurrleil or single In cases of ex nmure nbiises excesses or Improprieties IKIM OUAKANTiii llnanf unit umrt ments furnished when delreil tnttlon Illnnk ami Uook I roe Cull or write ECZEMA rVrmimc I If jnuarefetllnjf out of sorts weak and frpnentlv nave n appetite and cant work begin at oncetak Iii thi nnl diluted iicivouj EmtsUl WW Trm Iron Rift Arc f Neuralgia Constipation ff Malaria Lie tttth ters A few bot- Â¬ tles curebeiic6t comts from the verv tint dale ii mm 7 tUi jtur strengthening niediclnewhlchls hrowns Iron Bit- Â¬ pleasant lo take and Its Klwt fc Â¬ pllll iiniiinii n mi I r It Cures Nwvghs aHmnt5 Womens cemptataU Troubles Bad Blood Oct only the genuineIt has created re4 lines on the wrapper AH others ate sub slltutes Oit recriDt of Iwn r mu w will send set 0 fUwtliful WnUi Pair Vlw and book tee aoAtUfci ri BMTIHOM HO Coins Sohool Cojonel John O New of Indianapolis Children Pitchers Castorla declared the other day that a statement in Coins Fluancial School was a forgery Instantly the author of that lively brochuro produced the official record and allowed that Coloaet Johq Q New la an ignoramus Atlanta CoutItu tlon P AyAyAkjfAiffAi ruuiii f