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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7rw- - m t in ii ininqiqpjfjipijffjiuiji jeST 1 VOL XIX ii- Hk BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOET KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1895 NO 41 - h mfiULATISS IN 1894 NOTHING TO STAND ON J H 119600 IN JANUARY 1895 11900 BLACKBURN ON MCREARY Tho FEBRUARY 9970 mmmmmimmm MARCH Tl s 9735 bays Ho Has Knocked Tho Props From Under A R P S His Theory That Money to Must Bo Honost and Sound i i x Possess Value Within Itself Is Just as Ton ablo As tho Old Exploded Idea That Tho Earth Was Flat and Rosted on Pillars WHAT IS VALUE ffl i jf Jfe riU ri F fcfc Editoh News In this nrticlo I propose to cut the Kround irom under the Professors feet on which he assumes to stand with such security tho theory that money to be honest and sound must possess a value within itself in- Â¬ trinsic vnluo Wo know that it has not been many generations since tho belief was univorsal among men that tho eatth was flit and was supported in position by means of pillars Tho peoplo then wore honest in their belief though in error And men who believe in the theory of intrinsic value are probably honest in their error but they are less excusable for such ignorance than our fathers wero for be lievingthnt the earth was flat and rested on pillars WHAT IS VALUE The best deflniton I have seen of value is Human estimation placed upon desirable objects whose quantity Is limit- Â¬ ed There are two factors then and only two which constitute value two ele- Â¬ ments entering into its structure first human desire for an eject and secondly limitation of tho number of objects of tho class to which the desired object be- Â¬ longs If men have no desire for an object no value will attaclt to it If on tho other hand men esteem an article highly value will attach to it provided of course tho quantity of the article be limited and this value will be in pro- Â¬ portion to thodegree of estimation in which tho article is held In order then that value may exist th era must bo not only an object but a subject there must on tho one hand be a human being and on tho other something of which he desires tho pos- Â¬ session and of a class of objects tho Limita- Â¬ quantity of which is limited tion of quantity Implies greator or lees Hence sacrifice to reduce to possession every expression of value is an expres Â¬ sion of degree It is a quantltivo expres Â¬ sion of tho degree of desire an object modified by tho average degree of sacri Â¬ This sacri- Â¬ fice necessary to obtain it fice will not be made escept in responRe to desire Henco value can exist only by reason of demand Quulitie may bo said to bo inherent in objects but value being a conception of the viiml cannot be inherent or intrinsic This will bo easily understood when we bear in mind tho teaching of science that color does not reside in the object in which we appear to sea it but is an at- Â¬ tribute of tho age itself and that sound is not a quality of bodies but a property of the human ear If value wero intrinsic if it resided IN the article it could not be taken from it and it could not vary In degree whatever the quantity of tho article or number of the objects of which value were predicated If value wero intrinsic it would remain tho same whether the sacrifice men wero willing to make to obtain the object were great or less The qualities of objects do not vary or change with the varying or shifting degrees of estimation in which they are hold by mon The specific gravity and density of lead would not change in tho smallest degree whether the demand for lead were multi- Â¬ plied a thousand fold or disappeared al- Â¬ together And if value wero intrinsic it could not change tho hundredth part p dno poor scruple nay it could not vary oven in the estimation of a hair whether tho demand for tho object of which intrinsic value were predicated were increased a hundred fold or disap Â¬ Jf value were in peared altogether trinsic in things it would remain Intrin Â¬ sic whether peoplo wanted them or not But things can havo no economic pro- Â¬ Things have perties of themselves economic properties only becauso thoro A thing cannot be useful are peoplo or desirable unless some ono wants to usolt and ia willing to incur sacrifice to obtain it Suppose u metal to possess greater Wo Nvaluo at one time than at another know that at both times It possesses the saino gravity the same density the same daddilJ tho same tensile strenyth Theso qualities being intrinsic cannot bo re Â¬ moved without destroying the Object If an article had intrinsic value such value h its entirety would be at auy glvn time 100 per cent Th Intrinsic yalueqfgold In 1873 wim therefore 100 percent Ufa still and musi id ways be Bat w know that In 100 per cent Â¬ Â¬ comparison with all other things go J is now 50 per cent higher than it witi in 1871 Has it to day 1C0 per cent of intrinsic valuo or 50 per cent more ban it Uposslblo to havo If all the nations of the world wero to reinonellM siyer it is conceded that silver would have a much higher a1uo than it now har Would tills lidded valuo bo intrinsic It 1 S mny say that I am using the phraso intrinsic valuu in its slrii test t clinical sense and that ho has not used the phraso in that sense I rtply Lam using the phraso in the only Snse in which it can bo accurately used Value is either intrinsic or it is not If value bo intrinsic let Ii F S point it out Let him tell us in what it consists whether it is a thing or a property re Â¬ siding tu a thing Tills is n conclusive demonstration that there Is no Mich thing as Intrinsic value and hence IIP Ss contention that money to bo good and honest and sound must possets in addition to tho stamp of government Intrinsic or commercial value falls to the ground Sly friend has had bin labor for his pains in trying to defend tho financial Bysteni of Orover Cleveland aud John Sherman and their employers tho Shylocks generally It is needless to insist on It P Ss an- Â¬ swering the above lino of reasoning for he has neither tho disposition nor the ability to do it He will ml attempt it Put I wish to submit the following quotations asking tho readers careful attention to them i traction and expansion and their eflecls VI society In this debate I have undertaken to sustain tho position that money is wlely a motion of tho law that stami and law of ymernment mako monoy j that nootl cr element enters into its structure and I bellovo all fair and unprejudiced readers will ag eo that I have Micecssfuly moln tallied my position While It VH lias clung like a truo disclplo of tho specie basis school to the fetich of gold Gold has been the continuous burden of his song when ho was not singing of tho virtues of intrinsic value In this debate UPS shows Ids De mocracy in ono icspect at least IIke that galvanized organization of broken promises and false pretensf s he opposes everything proposed for tho ameliora tion of tho prevailing industrial distress and ruin Ho quotes Jevon to provo that no one knows how much money n nation needs His position is a negative one Ho is n true typo of the Â¬ ante-dilu-vl- Senator Declaros tho Ropro sentatlvo is Trying to Strad dlo tho Currency Question Â¬ Democrat Value Implies In fact a relation but If so poisibly be tome other tiling A ttudentofeeonoinyhano hope ot ever being clear ami correct In his Mens of the iciencc if he thinks of value at at all a thine or object or even as anything which lira In a thing or object V SJcvon in J hcory of lolltlcal Economy page Si It cannot Again the same author says in tho samu work pago 83 Value In exchange expresses nothing but n ratio and the term should not be used In any other sense To speak simply of the value of an ounce of gold is as absurd as to speak of the ratio of the number 17 What Is the ratio of the number 17 I The question admits no answer lor there must be another number named in order to mike n ratio A Walker sajs Value Is not ft property of any thlnV It arises wholly out of relations which exist be Â¬ tween things Money In Its Relations to Trade and Industry page 31 If no ono knous how much money a nation requires how can U P S consist Â¬ ently assert that any per capita circula- Â¬ tion is cither too much or too little Tor ought ho knows 500 per capita might be to much money or 10000 per capita too small a quantity By his own argu Â¬ ments he is estopped from over opening his mouth again on tho money question in defenso of tho Rothschilds financial bondage system My points mado are First All money is fiat money Second Monoy has no intrinsic value Third Paper monoy made an equal legal tender with gold money will per Â¬ form every function of money that gold money will p rform Fourth There is no such thing as a money of the world Fifth All tho purchasing power that monoy has is given it by tho stamp of government placed upon the money thing by authority of law Sixth As the volume of money shrinks prices full and misery suffering degradation and vice follow J II A To Make Pure Blood There is no medicino beforo tho peoplo equal to Hoods Sareaparilla It is tho Prof Francis Prof Perry in reviewing the state Â¬ ments of another writer who had used the term intrinsic as applied to valuo says This author Is led astray by the worse useless adjective liitriiulc having neer yet learned that there Is only one kind of value In economics namely purchasing power Prin Â¬ ciples of lolltlcal Kconomy page 341 standard spring medicine and blood purifier and it possesses peculiar merit which others try in vain to reach It really makes tho weak strong Do not neglect to purify your blood this spring than Take Hoods Sarsaparilla now Hoods Pills becomo tho favorite cathartic with overy ono who tries them 25c per box The Colored Festival Kv Editob News Dear Sir In looking over the editoriuls in your paper of Mach 20th I noticed ono relating to Prof Pointers school tho closing exercises of which you speak commendable with the exception of that after piece festival Isnt it strango how deeply tho so called enlightened colored peoplo go in for such degrading business 1 heartily agree with tho News in say Â¬ ing the timo has como when such disgust- Â¬ ful entertainments should bo dispensed with especially ou such occasions I visited the closing exercises of thoEkron colored school a fuw weeks ago Tho children seemed to bo very well trained to school duties tho recitations were all very nice After tho pupils had recited on request of tho teacher I then spoke a fow words praising them just n little thinking that wo would then bo allowed to disperse but then wo were given a treat in tho form of ono of those after ieco festivals which lasted until tho wee Riiia hours of tho morning Respectfully B W SrutKs Siuocco in his trcatiso on tho Theory and Practico of Bankhg speaklng of tho expression intrinsic value says Mr Maclcod This unhappy phrase meets us at every turn In economics anil yet the slightest rcllectior will show that to detlnc value to be something cx ternat and then to be constantly speaking of Intrinsic value arc utterly sell contradictory and inconsistent ideas Thus over And over ugulu it is repeated in economical treatises that money has intrinsic value but that a bill ofexchan re or bank note Is only the representative value Money no doubt s the produce of labor but us Adam Smith observed If it would exchange for nothing it would have no value so M Say says that the value of gold and silver consists only in what they will buy How then can Its How can anything have value be intrinsic intrinsic value unless It has the things it will ex Â¬ change for inside ittelt i Money has intilnslc value 1 Has a piece of gold got the merchandise and till other things it will purchase Inside Itself for anything orn Money will exchange houses horses carriages books etc and euch of these is the value of the money with respect to that commodity Hut which of these is Its Intrinsic value t The Incongruity of these Ideas Is so glaring that it Is only necessary to call attention to it for it to be perceived at once Theory and Practice of Hanking page 4S so clearly and lucidly exposes tho absurdity of that foolish superstition tho belief in tho theory of intrinsic value that I glvo It in full I want to quoto Pi of F A Walker once more just hero He says The claim that greenbacks are not money in the fullest sense ol that term that they cannot do all in the way of measuring values so called Tio above quotation which gold or silver may dp Is untenable and It can be of no advantage to any really sound Money in its Re Â¬ cause to seek to maintain it lations to Trade and Industry preface How much intrinsic value have green Â¬ Does It P S know How much backs intrinsic value had the demand notes These demand notes issued In 1801 when made full legal tender in payment of private debts and public dues wero poi feet money and stood at par with coin oven when coin went in 1604 to 185 per cent promlum Treasury notes have been issued at other times in our history that possessed all the function of money oven better than R PSs gold How much Intrinsic value did tho do mand notes possess and the treasury notes Yet they wero money perfect money I shall havo more to say on tho sub- Â¬ ject of paper money and its mode of issue and regulation whou wo take up the question of the volume cf money con- - lenons who sympathlza with tho aillicted will rejoico with D K Carr of 123 Harrifcon street Kansas City Ho is an old sufferer from Inflammatory rheumatism but has not heretofore been troubled in this climate Last wintor ho went up Into Wisconsin and in conse Â¬ quence has had another attack It came upon me again very acute and severe ho said My Joints swelled and became inflamed soro to touch or al- Â¬ most to look at Upon tho urgent request of ray mother-in-laI tried Chamberlains Pain Balm to reduco tho swelling and ease tho pain and to my ngreeabio surprise it did both I have used threo fifty cent bottles and bollovo it to be the finest thing for rheumatism pains and swolllngs extant For sale by A II Fisher Cioverport Ky and ICincheloo Board HardinsburgKy A FAITHFUL SENTINEL in oiTiitDiNO ptric ItELAlES 1119 or Uncik Sams rOHTAU tXlKHIKNCK Service Huffalo Jf X WOULD8 DlSriNSArtY MtDlUA l ASSOCIATION Dear Sirs From early childhood I havo suf Â¬ fered from a tiutrgleh 1 Ivor with all tho dis Â¬ orders oecoiDpunyliiir such a companion Iloctori prescriptions aud patent medicines they only uDorded I havo used In abundance temporary relief I was ruconuneiieieet to try Dr Vlercos llcasant IellcW I did so ttklnir three at night und two after dinner every day for Cwo weeks I then reduced tho eluo to Treasury Department U S Jmmtoralfonl oua Pellet every day and continue this PIERCE for two montlm I havo tn Ii month ucreatod In solid tleah twenty alx pound ura ta better liculth than 1 bavo liccn since DrovrjJw ctiUdbood aud unplcuMut after bokw imvo completely diaapncaruel neglectfully your OR MONEY HETUHNEB JS CUBE Money Merely a Means For Exchange Product la exchanged for product wheat for corn vegetables for clothing cotton f jr supplies Aloney is merely a means for facilitating exchange If money Is good sound stable tho quan Â¬ tity is of secondary importance as it gives the same measure of valuo aliko to buyer and solier and no ono is harmed A wishes to exchange a horse for wheat He hunts up B who has wheat and gives his horse for 200 bushels of wheat It matters nothing how many dollars wo say tho horse is worth its actual worth Is 200 bushols of wheat If cheap money is the medium of exchange we would say A sold his liorso for 1200 and B sold his wheat tor 1 a bushel II sound money wero used wo would say A sold his horsg for 100 and B his wheat for Co cents but neither would bo bene Â¬ fited by the inflation of price New Yok Times Children Cry for USlMpootor of jBWilsfratlOB Pitchers Cat torla Vkiismilks Kv April 2 Courier Journal Special The interview with Hon 1ns B McCrtary published In this mornings Courier Journal has been tho absorbing topic of conversation hero to day A represintativo of tho Courier Journal called at the residence of Sena tor Blackburn this evening with a view of obtaining his opinion on tho subject Tho Senator was in n genial humor and tho st of spirits and talked quite free ly about tho Intel view and the silver question in general Senator you havo seen tho Courier-Jou-nainterview with Oov McCreary of course how does it impress you the correspondent asked I find McCrearys Interview tho Senator said just what I oxpected It was a heroic eflbrt to bo on both sides of the question at the same timo He files that afiiidavit for a continuanco that I expectid and protested against in my Interview of tho 20th This interview proves him to bo n blmetolllst provided you uso but ono metal Ho wants both gold aud silver upon condition that sil- Â¬ ver is never to bo remonetlzcd until the other nations of tho earth agree to it which he knows will never happen He clings with a martyrs faith to the effic acy of an international conference al- Â¬ though the one to wlifch the last Repub Â¬ lican President appointed him a dele Â¬ gate liko its predecessors did nothing but gabble draw their allowances go sight seeing over Europe and then como home to ask their respective Govern- Â¬ ments to try tho farce again Some of his statements are both novel and interesting Ho says no nation was ever able to maintain the par Â¬ ity between these two metals whilst on a bimetallic basis In this he states ono thing whilst history proves tho other History shows just tho contrary of his Wo always wero on a bi- Â¬ averment metallic standard up to 1873 when silver was assassinuted by the hoarders of gold und during all thoso years tho parity be Â¬ tween the two metals was maintained witli us So it was with Germany until she followed our example and demone- Â¬ tized silver in tho latter part of the samo year Tho Latin Union composed of five European nations was on a bimetal- Â¬ lic basis on a ratio of 15 to 1 The par- Â¬ ity of the two metals was always main Â¬ tained thoro until silver was demone- Â¬ tized some years after liko action had been taken by the United States and Germany He also claims that the depreciation of silver is duo to two causes tho over production of tho metal for tho last twenty five years and tho suspension of its coinage by the nations The latter of theso two propositions is true the first Is not In the first place there never has been and is not now any do preciatlon in silver Measured by any product of human industry except one gold an ounco of silver is worth as much to day as it ever was in the worlds history It is n mimiso of terms to say that silwr has depreciated or fallen in valuo Tho correct and fair way to state tho proposition is to say that gold lias appreciated or risen in valuo As to tho ovoi production which ho assigns as the cause tho facta show that o there Is no truth in this Prior to years ago thero were thirty four tons of silver to one of gold To day thero are but eighteen tonsof silver to ono of gold so on this point his own bat- Â¬ teries are turned against him Tho second cause that he assigns for what he terms tho depreciation of silver is a truo one and tho only cause namely tho closing of tho mints against it and the dlscontinutnco of its coinage This proves all that the friends of that metal claim namely that arbitrary legislation is alone responsible Gov McCreary seems uuablo to un- Â¬ derstand why the Mexican silver dollar should only bo worth half as much as our own Perhaps he might find an ex Â¬ planation in the fact that thero Is more confidence reposed in the national prom iso that stands behind our dollar than the promise upon which the Mexican If this bo true it only dollar rests proves tho value that attaches to tho stamp tho pledgo a Government gives which a government puts on its money If tho Govornor would press his in- Â¬ vestigations a little further he would find that neithor gold nor Bilver nor auy other material when treated or used as money has or can have any intrinsic Inside tho mechanical realm value these metals both have intrinsic value but when taken out and adapted for tho purposo of a function which we call money their intrinsic value disappears utterly and the only value that attaches is that which Is measured by tho public confidence reposed in tho ability and the Integrity of purpose of tho Government that issues them Whether the Governor meant to bo ironical or not there is certainly a good deal of originality to be found in his as Â¬ sertion that tho banks the insurance companies tho savings Institutions the railroads and other corporations consti- Â¬ tute the debtor class of our people whilst tho people are the creditor class This will be good news to the farmer whoso farm Is plastered over by a mort Â¬ gage held by the bank He will be de Â¬ lighted to lern that he has been labor Ingumkr a dilution and to know tlmt Â¬ 1 ls Â¬ Â¬ twen-ty-fiv- Â¬ he is the creditor and that tho bank is his debtor The loboring man will bo equally hnppy to find out that these great corporations owo him something and his happiness will doubtless be com- Â¬ plete if tho Governor would only tell him in his next interview how to pro cc cd to collect his debts However thero Is ono thing which we are told In this Interview which we can all understand and that is that fie Governor Is unalterably opposed to the unlimited coinage of silver until tho na- Â¬ tions of Europe shall grant their permis- Â¬ sion Judging by the votes given by him in tho House upon tho amendments ofiercd by the friends of silver to the bill to repeal the purchaso clauso of the Sherman law it would seem that he has undergone a change of mind upon this subject Still this interview is valuable as it will a Ford its author ample and constant employment during the coming canvass should he undertake to reconcile and make plain its many inconsistencies Although more of a demurrer than an answer I am glad that my interview of tho 20th elicited even this much if a res Â¬ ponse It is as much as I expected I trust that we may soon be furnished with responses from the other senatorial candidates Old People agfete e isssssssswssssisssiaswsimssssssssMssv RATES Th most centrally located VPM0AY Hotel in tho 1l5aJ5uiSvtLEKY The largest Commission House In the South I The most liberal advances and best facilities for getting highest market prices I You ask why theso advantages This matket has many largo Woolen and Jeans factories Eastern mills have buyers here through tho Wool season nnd wo being tho largest receivers of Commission Wool attract the buyers to our house to make purchases Furthermore wo have ample means to mako liberal advances to shippers which is a great advantage to parties who aro shipping largely Wo would be pleased to correspond with large shippers of Wool for special arrangements We also havo plenty of room to show your goods and all facilities for handling quickly Wo believe Wool can bo handled safely this year as tho markets are in Cotton better shape there is more confidence nnd trade is better than last year is not so low nnd there nre more men employed than last year However wo would not advise speculation but ship often and wo will send to your addresses at east onco a week during tho Wool season our Prico Current with prices that you can rely on To all customers who uish to store Wool with us wo aro prepared to furnish liberal advances Wo issue regular Warehouse Receipts and will mako no chargu for storano for tho first six mouths after that time n very low rate will be charged nil who wish to hold their Wool Parties who wish to ship us their Wool for immediate sale and this you will find is a very safo way to do business will be sure to lealiu thu highest market price for their Wool as all Wool shipped to us is submitted to tho inspection and offers of all Wool buyers and tho best oiler is tho ono we accept It will pay you to ship your Wool to us instead of selling it to buyers in the country for theso buyers sell it to tho dealers here and thus mako tho profit that should go to you Tims by shipping to us you will avoid tho middle man and get the highest cash price You ship your Wool and we will do our duty at this end of tho line will sell your Wool for you at the highest market prices and make quick cash remittances Of course it pajs best to ship Wool in first class order so wo advise you to bo care Â¬ ful in buying it nud avoid hurry Wool unless at reduced prices Sacks furnished free to all who ship their wool to us to sell To atl others wo will furnish sacks at actual cost Those having car lots of Wool will do woll to advise us beforo shipping elsewhere Seo our Weekly Prico Current for prices Yours truly Â¬ WOOL WOOL who require medicino to regulate tho bowels and kidneys will find tho truo remedy In Electric Bitters This medicino does not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other intoxicants but acts as a tonic and alterative It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels adding strength and giving tono to the organs thereby aiding Nature In tho performance of the functions Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer aud aids digestion Old people find It just exactly what they need Price fifty cents per bottle at A R Fishers Drug store Old peoplo A Business Girl Father I would like to see you in the library on a matter of business Very well Viola como along Now then what is it Father you nro awaro that Henry Noodcnhauiincr has been paying mo his attentions for the last year Yes and Ivo felt liko kicking him Tho idea of a Noodenhammer daring to asjiiro to tho hand of a Grafton I Ho has asked mo to bo his wife AVhy Ill maul tho Tho scoundrel tar out of him And I have almost promised sho HERNDON OARTER 00 Louisville Ky Senn MAIN Ackermann Brewing lllOIIlIETOUS Co STRRETBRRWERY EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use tiicimiom iv ui ONLY 1710 to 1720 aiAIN ST 2 LOUISVILLE KY placidly continued What what My daughter marry a Noodenhammer working for K a week Never Goto your room while I seek this base adven Father I want to talk straight busi Â¬ ness with you As she interrupted you are aware tliis is the State of Mas Â¬ sachusetts Yes CENTS BARGAINS Geo Yeakel Iloosier Cotton tho yard Ono ii I Remarkable Book Co Sc COINS Financial School It is a book for everybody who deÂ¬ sires to know tliu facts about fiance und currency JJIcayard only 1c A Good Check Cotton worth Have you seen the vital statistics of the State for tho lait year No of course not Tho idea of that Hen Noodenhammer skulking around hero after my Wait According to the statistics this Stato has 87210 more females than males Thero are 220800 more marriage Â¬ able girls than can find husbands to say nothing of 182321 widows anxious for a No 2 Tho number of young mon in tho State earning over 15 a week and in tho market is only 22107 Thero are camped on the trail of these young men exactly 220000 young women and 150 000 widows Threo out of oveiy five Deatli removes children born are girls two young men to every married man or old bachelor Tho old man turned pale and grasped a chair for support aud after a pause sho coutinucd From Juno to October over 80000 marriageable young women visit our wa- Â¬ tering places and it is estimated that 31142 of them catch husband- thus fur- Â¬ ther reducing the chances of a resident Fattier take this pencil and figure on your Violas chances of catching another man if she lots Henry Noodenhammer canter away ho gasped figuring for Great Scott Why yonr chances aro ona moment ly one in 21875047 Just as I figured it out myself What shall I say to him this evening Say Say Why tell him youll have him and bo mighty glad of tho chance and dont let him draw a long breath be- Â¬ fore you add that tho ceremony can take placo right after breakfast to morrow morning and Im to glvo you a wedding present of 5000 iu cash JJoston Poet 1 Â¬ 1 lot of Dark Prints and the best 4c brands 21 ps of Apron Ginghams asst checks only 5c a yard other houses ask c 12 ps colored Lawns goods wero sold Q 12c to mako them movo quick at only Jc a yard II YOU WANT TO KNOW All About Gold KBAID IK YOU WANT TO KNOW IT IT All About Silver KEAJD II YOU WANT TO KNOW pair of Laco Curtains rich patternB 50c per pair worth twico tho money 28 pair of Laco Curtains Jf 1 per pair can not bo duplicated anywhere for than 200 Xelson Seamless Socks 5c pair Fancy Silk Suspenders good one only 50 11 Corsets all numbers Qf COc well worth 75c Ono lot of Mons all Wool Suits Nobby Styles Square and Hound Cut Sacks full length coats worth not less than 000 Como and get you a Suit only 5 00 One lot of Boys Suits two pc Goods 15c 10 doz B All About Currency II YOU WANT TO KNOW IHOD IT IT What Causes the Hard Times DSc KEA3D It give You wont touch them anywhere forlfssthanl50 Ono lot of Boys Suits Kneo 1ants Sightly goods new styles only 125 is a book for the people aud will them more correct information a suit One lot of Window Shades tho kind you pay other houses 10c If you need any buy of us 25c Curtain poles with fixtures etc only 10c about Gold Silver lllId Currency Than will bo found in any book on political economy It is so plain and simple that any one can easily understand It It is a book for the business inn Ono lot or Wash Silks nice quality neat patterns they will please you Seo them only 50c a yard Wo bolicit your patronage and will convlnco you that It will bo to your ad Â¬ vantage to trade with us the professional man the farmer nnd tlieInboring man It was written In the Interest of each of them Highest Market Price for Wool The Great Bargain Store Â¬ Whither Republican Democrat NOTICK I want eiery man and woman In the Unltsa and 8tats Interested Inottbs Opium on Wblsky theso dis kablta to bare one lur books eases Address 11 M Woolley Atlanta Ja Uox J84 ana ono will be sent yon too Â¬ or Populist should read it SKNI COST evory man who votes he sums lOK YOU to cam IT How Farmers can Make Money FiiisT By tho purchaso ol only so much land as thoy can pay for Skcond By not attempting to culti- Â¬ vate too much land Tuinn By the use of the best ma Â¬ chinery and the thorough cultivation of all crops planted In machinery tho AOME Tounglesa Cultivator is far in advance of all other machines Tho Steel Beam Cultivator Is an ex- Â¬ cellent machine and Is Kino op Coiik Plow Next cornea the Open or Closed Wheel Corn Planter These machines will help you to make monoy and aro FOR SALE BY IT WIII IOSTIAII ok GEO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY Only 25 Cents Jno JOST IN QUANTITY D Babbage BEBTIN QUALirV OLOVEuTOIiT KY GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT CO KENTUCKY Also Wholesale and Jtetall Dealers In Yellow Pine Flooring and Celling Shingles Hair Laths Cement Line Brlok 31 i T I McGLOTEAN IIWINQTON KY YEARS FOR Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY I0TTLE IUARANTEED SOU H V ALT UKTJttaMTM mum s amuse eft una vermifuge 20 limiiMl WHITES CREW Blinds Dears Sash awl aid all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Homestead OriUrt fllUJ Fertilizers aatt Trey lone Meal it aopaU4 wllh the oaA moUj Vr - THE BRRGKRNRIDGS Breckenridge News Jno D V NELW OLOYKfiPORT KY RHODELIA HARDINSBURG L H BRANDENBURG BEWLEYVILLE 0 Bsbbage Editor and 1 Ptoptletri WEDNESDAY MAY Subscription Frio 1805 If PU t tie Year In AdtanM 100 End of thu Tear 1126 SIX PAGES Nkxt Tuesday will bo Derby Day In Louisville Its tbo cut worm Hints troubling tho farmer now Gov Drown will open his campaign at Hussellvillo MayO A ix tlio Bishops In tho Southern Meth Â¬ odist church will bo In Louisville this week Wimx a woman ceases to caro howsho dresses she is either married or never will bo The Income Tax iiueation will be heard In tho United States Supremo Court MayO Hox C M Clay jr camlidato for Governor will speak in this city next Friday at 2 oclock p in Mn Henry Waltcraon will deliver his lecture on Abraham Lincoln at Owens boro to night Wednesday silver had nothing to do with it Wheats going up corns going up and silvers going upBut says tho goldbug Senatoh McCreatys position on the silver question will not suit tho people He practically Btraddlcs of Kentucky the issue and thats no go Bitowv Bradley Blackburn and Mc Creary turned loose in Kentucky on the financial question are it set of fellows calculated to make things quite inter- Â¬ esting TiiEStato Board of Equalization has completed its work The increased as sessment amounts to ll03175 above the totnl valuation of tho county Asses- Â¬ Â¬ sors Tuts is May If your subscription ex Â¬ pired In April you should renew at once Dont delay If you cant renew for a year renew for six month or three months Examine your label A prominent Democrat remarked the other day that if his party got wrong on this financial question ho would leave his party Ho is one of thoso fellows who doesnt know whero ho is nt The News has heard the name of Mr Charles N Drury of Benluyville men Â¬ tioned as a probable candidate- for the Legislature Mr Drury is a good Demo Â¬ crat besides he possesses tho necessary qualifications for the position The Louisville Post in speaking of tho Hardin is the race for Governor says logic of the situation notwithstanding ho is crazy on silver This may not be new but tis truo if tho Post did say it Brother Knott may bo wrong part of tho time but not all the time Hon Cnssius M Clay Jr said in his speech at Owensboro that the currency question ought not to bo brought into the Governors race His opponent Wat Hardin declared for fieo silver somotiino ago but wo dont know that ho desires to make it an issue Kentucky Bepublicans will swarm down on Owensboro to day and theyll have a right hearty welcome in that good There is nothing Democratic town small about Owensboro when it comes to taking caro of blrangers coming within lier gates In16JO there will be more political platforms more parties and moro men hunting offices than was ever known bo fore Soino half dozen parties aro form Â¬ ing already and getting in shape to bo aired in that good Presidential year If tho Democrats dont shape up and try to get In it n little better than they were last fall some of them had better take to the woods While tho financial question seems to ho tho ono of absorbing interest the peoplo should not become so wrapped up in it as to entirely lose sight of other This is a great country and things money making should not bo our high Â¬ Emcrsou says tiio best est ambition test of civilization depends upon tho kind of men the country turns out indicating that there is something bctteri after all than the acquisition of wealth Â¬ The goldbug say tho price of silver docs not ollVct tho prico of commodities Let us see On March 7th silver was quoted in Now York at 00 cents an ounce cotton middling uplands at 5 cents por pound New York May wheat Chicago at 3J cents per bushel March Ltlth silver was quoted at VI cents cot- Â¬ ton at 0 0 10 cents wheat at 55J cents April -- 3d silver 07 cents cotton 7 J rents wheat GO J cents These figures clearly indicate that silver has something to do with tho price of cotton and wheat Can any goldbug deny this 7 To The Populists of Meade County There will be a meeting of tho Popu Â¬ lists of Mcado county at the Court house in Brandenburg Saturday May 11 for the purposo of electing delegates to at Â¬ tend tho Stato Convention at Louisville May ID A full ntteudance is desired Jab II Haynes Chairman Milan Ky April 27 1805 Health of this neighborhood was never Mrs Dowdy is somo belter Remember that I will pay you tho Whooping cough Is in town highest prico for your wool that I will better Mrs Albert Johnson is Improving Miss Ellon Ollryau visited relatives pay ycu tho highest market prico for all Passenger Dally art lUrdlnibnrg lJilJ pm Medical Atsociation hero lost Thurs- Â¬ of your produce that I have n nice lino near Mooloyvillo last cek aomo HIT day of goods that I sell cheap for cash or Quito n crowd attended a social at Mr 740 am Pattancar Halljr arr Ilrdlnibur Mrs Ed Alexander was able to bo out produce Corao examine my goods get John Stiffs Wednesday night Sunday after quite an attack of In giippo my prices and then you will bring mo Dr Sam OBryan passed hero last Mrs James Falrlelgh has been quito your produce Bear in mind that I do week en routo to Brandenburg Circuit Court convenes May 13 indisposed for several days but is now not sell on credit consequently I sell Miss Roso Anna OBryan visited her J A Witt wants wool go andseohim bettor cheaper than any man who does G E sister Mrs Charles Hayden Sunday was hero one Mr Knapp Louisville Albert Moreman has tendered his Drury MUscs Ellen and Roso Anna OBryan day last week Mr Blanford who has been ill of la track to the Cycle club which they duly wero in Paynesvlllo shopping ono day grippe Is improving Cheap goods can bo bought with wool appreciate Geo Stewart and brother havo moved last week at J A Witts lion Chapezo Wathen of Owensboro Â¬ Miss Martha Barr and little sister Mrs Charley Miller is visiting at was here to Circuit Court and glad to their saw mill near our town Tho saw Mary spent Wednesday night at Mr mill mon board at Mr Blanfords seo old friends Georgetown Ky 0 M Sanders dined with Zack Stith Moso Rays Miss Myra Eads is very ill of typhoid Mrs John Heston of Holt Ky 1b vis- Â¬ pneumonia at her brothers Mr Znl Sunday Most of tho farmers in this vicinity iting hero this week Morris Jolly of Irvington is visiting aro afraid to plant corn on acconnt of Prico below town Mammoth bronze turkey eggs for sale Mrs 0 G Moreman selected tho music W T and Bovlo Cain cut worms Mrs Taylor Beard Dr Henry Drury returned homo Tues Â¬ while In Loutsvillo for our recital Sho Mr Bill Vessels and wlfo wero tho Mrs Phelps is at Kirk visiting her sis Â¬ returned last Saturday night much im- Â¬ day guests of their daughter Mrs G G ter Mrs J if Bccler Miss Blanche Jolly attended tho Bay proved Barr Sunday Mr Willio Aloxander of Custer is Last Sunday was an ideal spring day View Reading Circlo at Irvington Sat J Miss Anna Elder of Paynesvlllo Is visiting hero this week and tho people in consequence wero urday spending this week with her parents Miss Nannlo Sandcrsof Elizabethan Miss Llllio Ashcraft of Mcado county out to pay homage at tho soveral places near Concordia is visiting old friends in our community of worship is visiting Mrs J A Witt Mr Tom Felers of Daviess county Pennington and wife havo Charlio Mr and Mrs It 1L Nevltt went to see Mr Percy Beard and wife wont to vi- Â¬ Mr P P Novitt of Worland last Satur- Â¬ been making farewell visits to their visited friends and relatives in this Union Star last Saturday cinity last week week day Mr aud Mrs W F Griunoll kept friends tho past Wool wool wool havo you any Miss Maggie Hardesty entertained n Arthur Walker and Maggio Paul aro tho house and little ones Then take It to J A Witt lively little crowd Easter Sunday and all Dont forget that next Saturday and attending school in Hardlrsburg Junius Foote Bewloyville was visiting Sunday we will have Quarterly meeting Philip Cain Overton Blanford and report a pleasant timo hero last Saturday and Sunday at tho M E Church here Bro Sam Roy Cain and Misses Mary Paul and Vie Mr and Mrs Tom Chapel aud Miss Allen always has a spiritual feast in Payne attended church at Hill Grove Jane Peters wero tho guests of Mr Hon Georgo W Jolly Owensboro Sunday store was in town one day last week Flag Vessels family Sunday W II Cain Sr is quito sick Ho President Cleveland doesnt deem WoMiss Lula Vessels has returned from a Quito a numer of young peoplo wore man Suffrage as harmful as tho free sil- Â¬ had a chill Saturday night and fears la cordially entertained at Mr Georgo visit to friends near Glendeane grippe OBryans ono night last week Mr Bony Bell went to Louisville last ver crusade Ho wants both to fall Into Tho Womans Missionary Society met innocuous desuetude Great minds will Saturday to havo his eyes treated Mr G G Barr had four largo hams Wednesday afternoon Mrs Ben Hard and do differ ago but wo wero glad In about six or eight days my grocery away of Guston was present and de Â¬ stolen a few weeks Judgo T it McBcath presided of to learn the thief p oved to bo a dog store will be opened T C Lewis course last weok over tho Court in serves credit for faithful attendance Mr Will Gardner was in our midst vIr Robert McGuflin has moved into session and judging from his unanimous- Â¬ Mrs Tom McCoy was present as a visitor tho house vacated by Mr Monarch The grand jury at Brandenburg last Wednesday Mr Garduer is always a ly cordial greeting tho peoplo here occuwoek was rfn exceptional one It Is welcome visitor as ho is so very pleasant Bring your wool to J A Witts and py a very warm corner of his heart Wo were dolighted to seo Mr Pat get cheap goods and pay your debts Mrs K If Brashcar or Miss Alice as their duty when in session to impect On these occasions tho jailer Willett one of Daviess countys promiwo affectionately love to call her return- Â¬ tho jail All may charm all may please if ar- Â¬ rayed in dainty stylish suits sold by J ed to Owensboro last Sunday Her old provides a treat and I havo been told nent young men in our midst a few friends aro always glad to see her and as each one left tho polsenous liquid un- Â¬ days last week A Witt Sho looks as touched Such a thing lias not been sorry to part with her Rrs Wat Rhodes who has been sick SherifTPate has his railroad tax hooks known before All honor to them We all winter we aro glad to say is quite bright and young as ten years ago made out and is ready to collect tho taxes herself again and Is looking as well as wo Church difficulties are to bo deplored are surely moving on now due Duko sajB there will be enough to- Â¬ havo seen her for years Fraternal sweetness is much desired but iTho Foreign Missionary Society will bacco plantain Hancock county to sup- Â¬ Hugh Hardesty is working for Mr G meet with Mrs Eliliu Meador next Fri Â¬ some concessions cannot be surrendered ply tho United States Meado and Tho and adjustment is impossible Barr at present and wo are sure Mr day evening Scriptures abound with lessons on kind- Â¬ Breckenridgo will have enough to set Barr is well pleased as Hugh has tho A X Kiucheloo aud his son Morris out tho rest of tho world and there will namo of being n splendid hand ness let us study aud practice them went to Spencer county last week to visit doubtless be plenty So ladies get Miss Agues Malins young friends Mr Earl Basham of Shiloh who has relatives there ready to take caro of your skirts for the woeks moved down upon her last Friday night btaatlful brown liquid for which the bon at Iryington for the past two Tho cut worms are demolishing the to Miss Agnes celebrate her birthday returned home Saturday night and was plant beds aud clover fields in many por- Â¬ Worland wns committee of arrangements dictionary has no name will surely flow tho guest of Miss Eva Roberts Sunday profusely tions of the county and succeeded in having quito a surprise Mrs Sam Roberts happened to a slight Last Thursday I took a day off and I will open in a few days a full lino of for her cousin Everything vroade grace went with my hotter half who was a accident Monday evening while break Â¬ family groceries at my old stand tho as well as de wain ond wo all wish tho juryman to Brandenburg We had a ing kindling a small stick flew up strik brick corner T C Low is young lady many happy returns delightful ride over the country Tho ing her near tho oyo causing her consid- Â¬ Misses Mageie and Bee Miller and I had an unexpected tho unexpected first thing upon arrival was to go with a erable pain and a very black eye Mrs Geary Mi lor sent several days in aro always the most pleasant call from Wo are always delighted when Wed Â¬ young lady 1 had in charge to Dr Dow Louisville last TYC0k shopping my two young friends Tom Durbin and dens office and try Odontunder This nesday comes for that day brings to our Horace Yates who lives near Dorretts Tom Hardin of Big Spring hist week was done with perfect success and satis- Â¬ home tho dear old News which is always Creek lost his dwelling and most every- Â¬ They wero hero as witnesses in tho faction We did a little shopping at a welcome caller to us and I am sure to Wheatley case The boys weie looking Geo Yeakel thing lio had last week by fire Cos and then dined every one who takes it Tho fishing party that went to the well and repot t tho old Spring aglow with our friends Mr and Mrs Frakes Mr Ed Stiff ono of our prominent Falls of Rough last week returned Sat with many interesting topics save mat- Â¬ After dinner I called to see Mis Grinnoll young farmers has just returned from rimonial ones Wo had quito a pleasant talk I am Daviess county accompanied by a fair urday They report a good time James Fhmnery Jr who was on trial glad to make her my friend and hope and lovely little bride From my heart I Shellmans loss by firo at Union shrank Star amouted to moro than 1500 He for tho killing of Ids young friend Bud wo may in tho future seo much of each wish that every joy and happiness and Singleton whilo working tho road last other being assured that the friendship tho blessings of Heaven may bo theirs is a brother of jailer Gus Shellman fall was acquitted in tho Ci cult Court will bo both loving and profitable Messrs Tom and John Fackler at Â¬ There was service at tho Baptist church Golden Ron now in session The array of legal tal- Â¬ tended church at Flint Island Sunday Tho new paster Bev last Sunday To all persons having accounts with us ent was brilliant and wo aro glad the Tom took dinner with his aunt Mrs Hunt preached an excellent sermon young man is free to go wo hope and that aro not settled by cash or otherwise John Ray and John went home with Airs Breeding and her daughter Julia within ten days from this day May 1st sin no more Miss Martha Barr where ho remained have been visiting in tho MtZiou neigh- Â¬ I note what tho Paducah press bus to you will find them iu the hands of an until 10 p m Rather lato for these borhood during the absence of Bev S K Respectfully say about the counties of that section officer for collection short nights Isnt It Breeding Diiuiiy Bennett Co instructing for tllo owner of Glen Lily Suits that touch every need plain and applaud I beliovo I havo seen that A new theory in the treatment of Gentlemen Mr Will Sklllman has practical and stylish Tho price well tho old hero is for sound currency tho had sore eyes for years Ho has tried coughs lung and bronchial affections has youll say its right when wo tell you not said much on monetary ques- many he has doctors and remedies and has been advanced by tho manufacturers of J A Witt tions as yet Stand as ho may ho will always failed to get relief until we sold Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly a Tho infant of Mr and Mrs Ed Wright not bo afraid of Blackburns silver bul Â¬ All dealers sell him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye wonderful remedy Â¬ born April 20th died last Monday morn- lets for he never dodged lead ones For sale Salve which cured him inside of one it on a positive guarantee ing Tho remains wero taken to LouisGolden ltodour popular Bewley ville week Hayucs Cloverportj Dr Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey sells by Short ville for burial correspondent stepped in upon me last well and cures Respectfully R II McMullin McDaniels M Moyor A telegram was received hero Satur- Â¬ Thursday as if I was deep in the spring Co M Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosettaj W E day from Louisville saying that Judgo cleaning process with sleeves rolled up January 15 1895 Buras Ky Brown Irvington Ky A A Richard Â¬ Barton was dangerously ill Ills daugh- dust cap a la Bridget I was just as Sutherlands Eagle EyoSalve has done son Garfield Ky A R Morris Big ter Mrs Kingston went up to see him truly glad to hid her welcome and enjoy- a great deal more for me than can bo Spring Ky W 0 Moorman Glen- Â¬ Lorenzo Dowoll drove out of town Sat Â¬ ed our chat just as much as if it had been told by pen W II Skillman Co deane Ky P Sherron Bros and tho reception urday evening In a fine buggy and new my at homo Buras Ky Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardlnsburg had been donned I shall now set of harness His friends think soma gown Ky good looking woman will capture the read her letters with more pleasure than GARRETT formerly whole business At The Churches Farmers aro busy planting corn Mr W II Gough tolls mo that of On next Wednesday evening at 7 30 As soon as Mr Kincholoe gets his Madam Rumor reports a wedding horo Rev J J Fitzgerald of Louisville will house ready ho will move his jewelry soven hundred orango trees in Florida now living In his in the near future store Then I will immediately fill the ho has only a hundred preach in St Rose Catholic Church A nlcn shower of raiu foil Friday Subject Why Catholics honor tho Vir- Â¬ house ho leaves with a brand new stock grovo Nothing to equal tho damage iu which was badly needed of family groceries of ever variety thatStato has been known since 1835 gin Mary Members of all denomina Â¬ Mr Joe Saunders wife and baby Eurle In Nebraskas great troublo tho South tions aro cordially invited to bo present When opened give mo a call T 0 moved to do its part of tho work and so spont Thursday evening in town Lewis Father Fitzgerald though a young man Mr A J Thompson of Guston candiwill the West move to help tho South if has already won for himself an eviablo Mr T C Lewis will open a family No body must be allowed to date for Legislature was hero Thursday necessary reputation as a forcible clear and elogrocery In tho brick heretofore used as a Mrs J G Shacklett of Hill Urovo In all suffer or starve In this country quent speaker His sermon cau not fall Mr Kiucheloo jewelry establishment disasters Individually there is a lesson if spont Friday hero the guest of lior son to prove interesting to all especially non moves his stock of jewelry across tho Roderick properly accepted Ho will demonstrato from Catholics street in tho frame owned by Mrs lies Miss Sallle Prather and Em Adams of Miss Jennie Ditto who has been at sound reason and from tho Bible argu- Â¬ is having tho building remod ton He Stiths Valley spont Sunday with Mr J ments that appeal to every rational eled throughout and a now glass front Lexington since last spring as attendant M Tindalls family in one of tho wards at tho asylum is to mind in support of the theme ho has put In it Mr II L Rhodes and family spent bo married very soon to a Mr Evans a chosen Monarch and family leave Mr J E worthy prosperous young man who will last Sunday with Mr Werno Dowell and Next Sunday at 10 30 am Mass at this week to inako their homo in Owenc- his bride to North Dakota to reside family of near Ekron St Roso Catholic Church In tho even Â¬ ono of our take boro Mr MonarchJAjttun Mr John Miles grocery drummer of Is a great favorite here her old ing at 7 30 there will bo a sermon and to loso Jennie best citizens and home and a host of friends wish her LouIsvilU and Bill Edmonson of rjtith benediction For four years ho filled tho Coun Â¬ him d hnppinws la her aow Un wero here Friday prosperity Quarterly meeting at Holt next Satur Â¬ ty Court Clerks office most acceptably Mr Casper Funk of GirnetUville sphere Her sister Airs Dr Dowden day and Sunday Preaching Saturday at Ho was also Chairman of tho Democrat- Â¬ will attend ho marriage in Louisville at spent Saturday night and Sunday horo 11 a m Sunday at 11 a m and 730 p m ic County Conimlttco for soma time and tho guest of his parents her mothers Quarterly business meeting at the Bank rendered tho party good service in that thoughtful sermon on the A Btrong Mr Virgo McCracken and wife and in Clovcrport Monday at 730 p relation Ho goes to Owensboro to en Importance of good reading in the fam- Â¬ ni Dr Mrs Illlf and daughter Lizzie of Wood- Â¬ S X Hall P E gago in business and wo hope he may bo bo preached occasionally to land spent the day here Friday ily should successful Trayer meeting at tho Elm Street every congregation Bro Cherry urged There is a great deal of complaint in Methodist church Thursday at 730 p m A reading community unceasingly There Is moro Catarrh in this section It this neighborhood among tho farmers Â¬ of tho country than all othor diseases put is an interesting one I am much enter about worms cutting down their oats and She Sid Not Suffer together and until tho last few years tained by the items of the reading circle clover at Irvington and always wish I could bo Three mouths before our first child my For n was supposed to be incurable Miss Sallle Crutchcr and mother of great many years doctois pronounced it present to hear tho live topics discussed Willow Dale spent lost Saturday night wife suffered so from cramps and pains ensuing summer and not get in or out of tho house a local disease and prescribed local rem Â¬ I will bo there this and Sunday the guests of Mrs Kato she could Bay View day without help and was often in bed for edies and by constantly falling to cure I want to strike Crutcher and family two or three days at a time I obtained Mrs W II Gough and Mrs II 0 with local treatment pronounced it in Â¬ Mr Jim Wheatley of Big Spring curable Sclonco has proven catarrh to Woodson are vleing with each other in passed through here Tuesday on his way a bottle of Mothers Friend and after Their the first application palna and cramps bo a constitutional diseaso and therefore tho rearing of orphanless chicks homo from Brandenburg whore he had ceased She continued to use the requires constitutional treatment Halls incubators and brooders are proving that W TIME TABLE OOIKO WEST Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A c I Underwear Hi w FOR itlf MEN AND r rrxSJun1 WOMEN AT Brv j J VESTS wuTuvll if 7i Tho lamest Commission House In the South Tho most liberal advau- ccs and best facilities for getting hlffh prices We sell to tho Eastern factories and saYe ma miaaie mans nroni issue warenouse rrceiuis anu Biuro in e ui cuaxue ojck iur- nished free of chariro to those who ship us We solicit shipments of everythlnc In the pro- mice une w rue us ior prices CARTER CO HERNDON iiMnroins No 313 315 317 a 319 Murrell Court LOUISVILLE KY SHIP TO US WOOL WOOL w The Best Shoes ur lue J CU81 juqbi Hma W L DOUGLAS Over Ono Million People wear tho W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos All our ffehocH nrn rtrunllv ant Infant arr Dest raiuo xor iue kto we custom snoea me iiiuuut in iner oqual qualities are iiyie anu fit wearing 7 neir le nrlccs aro uniform w SWF w XH N 1SI SS 3 SHOE H sarod tt to 3 dealer over other makes we can cannot supply you If your stamDed on sole 4 smii sKss m zi n aw WL m H sv arj jmmh mmS w unsurpassed tkiHBBk vsrm jBb vm Nsm From se 4350 m i3oo 250 flt I Cordovan French Enamelled Tnlf nnd Kangaroo WftiZ IS Tins WSJsassfci iffisswjzzrt tmammmnzj Clovorport sz irti Y 2 WorMngmens Scnocl Shoei 3 Udtj3 250 cannot 175 J2d supply If Tour dealer and Hoiice Shoes stoles SO Boys write lur cuuuoguo VV w L Douglas Uroculon mass S L SULZER C M HcGLOTHLAN CoUnlon Star Ky M l EKRON Cloverport Normal Begins Juno 3d flvo weekB 1895 and continues i Mrs J D Roberts was quite sick last The review of tho common school week branches will bo helpful to persons desir Â¬ 1 T Nool of Stith Valley waa in ing to pass the July examination town Friday Class will bo organized to accomodate Miss Settle Richardson went to Irving- any pupils of the High School who may deslro o attend ton Wednesday 5 for tho term Tuition For particulars apply to or address S J Drown went to Payncavllle TueE J H B Lqoan Cloverport Ky day onbuslnesa Â¬ 3 -- i X i wRorry -- ROYAL Baking Powder Highest of all la lMvealag Birngth V S OtvwwMt Report been attending court Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J artificial systems do sometimes compete Mr Eugene Hardesty and Miss Mary with natural ones Cheney A Co Toledo Ohio is tho only successfully on the market It is Mrs Fannie Ditto lias an incubator In Taylor of Brandenburg passed through constitutional cure Our Nkwb poultry column hero Saturday evening en route for Mr taken internally in doses from 10 drops oporation tcaspoonful It acts directly on the speaks highly of the Mlnorcas black W A Shacklejta Saturday night and to a blood and mucous surfaces of tho system and white They are floe layers You Flaherty church Sunday Tho remains of Mrs Mary E Lane of They oiler one hundred dollars for any progressive poultry raisers must get some Webster wore brought here Thursday case it falls to cure Send for circulars ideal birds and go in for aristocracy pedigreo as you would iu horses There and interred In the family graveyard and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 la no more beautiful Bight than a well- - We extend our heart felt sympathy to I luul tfsilr rt ffiMrlo the bereaved family sergold by Druggists 75c I - Mr Barry of Cloverporr visited P 1 Archer last week Geo Miles of Garrett was in town Tuesday on business T 0 Craig loaded flvo cars with hick- Â¬ ory Umber Wednesday Several of our citizens nio atonding Circuit Court this week Mrs Blan t Sh acklett and daughter wet o guests of Mrs J T Jones Monday J U Dowoll went to Hardlnsburg Wednesday returning Thursday Mr Thomas Ditto of Highland neigh Â¬ borhood was In lovtn Wednesday Mrs J F Jones and Mrs 7 T Cox wont to IlrandenburgThursday shopping Kmmett IHchardson and family left Thureday night for Cannclton their fu- Â¬ ture homo ltev Father NIehaus was at Hotel Ekron Friday onrouto to his homo at St Martins vJoliu G Neafus returned frpm New Orleans lust weok whero he has been with Cnpt Guedry Mrs Alice Drown aud daughter west to Long Branch Iat week to visit sowe remedy and suffered no serious incon- Â¬ relatives from Ohio venience until the hour of confinement Warfteld of Cloverport yWted at which time sho suffered but little vArIs Dr Warlleldt week Look recovery was rapid and co- Â¬ m uncle pain her out girir keep a tight now on yotir ue art mpletein fact sho suffered no pain after strings birth Her friends say they never saw Capt A K Gumlry r4tHd from tli Truly anything to equal her case Mothers1 Friend is a bleating to ex South Thursday algljt Woking qtitU wall pctant mothers aud my wife sliall cy H seems that tl ua4hva ell wale Mils very sueeew K K Johnston the Captain H rofOft er be without it ful trip Kalaula Ala Dec 8 1804 ft All persons Indebted to the estate of James B Wheeler deceased will please come forward and settle Those holding claims against the same are requested to present them properly proven tor payment 11 PIEUCK Administrator Administrators Notice ATTORNEY Offloo Gus BroiArn AT LAW OLOVEItrORT KY East end of with David R Murray Iron Urldge Barnes Kincliyloe ATTORNEYS AT LAW OlTiCo Haruinsuurg Ky on Main street noxt door tS9 nortii of postofllco the estate nfjudec J A Jlurray deceased are requested to tile the same with me In due form accordingly to law And all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to come forward and settle or adjust said Indebtedness After the appraisement of the personalty due notice will be elven of the day ol sale 1 H NBWBOM Administrator All nersnnshavlntrclalma ftndftrfmintinfalnt Administrators Notice SALE I125 Columbia ridden about five mouths Weighs ilO lbs ftorlurtlMtr information call on or ltd dress David M Duncan care Nbws Cloverport Ky FOK IT ANY OOFFEE POT - jgarxssxsJSrp nm n y u Htiier Tls CMm ssmnaer BICYCLE WesAlHMlHHmCe0feeKeRtttlr r- - n- LBUMOttr 32 VVQ srUl rrn futon WL sjiiTrioSMr coriw tfcVj We fellow rukVUtft n wrebiV lu b ri AKtftin rfotth Willis 4 not Mil- - tx tiiuul BwlilUcXiuaU tttf mtMivy -- 0 u J -- SA IWll1 jJ ll1 u izxaitgftiWr BKaoKBirmsttcm rMtt Blood Poison After Approach of Doath Now Llfa by Taking Hoods A oiiOvmRFORr i Â¬ Â¬ V sv NAPOLEON BONAPARTE BIJNRISE INCHIOAPO Petitions to Bo Sent to Organize the Turkish Army- QUELLS REVOLT OF THE SECTIONS pf Un Imrlty n nt tho Anilllnrlniii Tho charity ball in Chlcngo Is brilliant nottuorely as n fashionable nnd nu eleemosynary occasion It is endear ed to all lovers of poetical description looC lcirrltlmi Jon Flint Island Mr Frank isville aro Mr Olnrk attended phtirph n last Hiindny OBrynn and wife of Louvisiting relatives of this Â¬ Regret That He Was Compelled to Kill Frenchmen Joachim Murat Appears The Sword of Count Beauharnais Mr FALLS IN LOVE WITH JOSEPHINE Copyright 1603 by John Clark Itldpatli Deo in nino ok Oiideb dy ran SwortD Tho nioti vo of Napoloon iu refusing to accept nu hoiiorablo nppointinent iu tho Ills no flold gives iiso to Bpoculntlou tlou roveiils both character ami policy Ho doomed it uot oxpediout to chango from artillery to infantry unless to tho intlopciiilont command of an nrmy Ho now foresaw tho tromondous opportuni- Â¬ ties about to bo afforded to military gon itis War was to bo tho order of tho dny not only for Franco but for nil Eu Â¬ rope Tho field oponiug for tho Army of A jtoiiornl in tho Wost was narrow decreo this tlangerojs iionor was con ferred on Paul Franrols Barras presi dent of tho Convention llo vm lutruat cd with tho fearful rcupjiiiibility of protectlngNtho body and preserving if Â¬ Â¬ TTm QrccnhoUu Baltimore Md r aud romantic poy Mr Sylvanus V Bill tho poet of tho Auditorium emerges onco u year from that ton strict- Â¬ ly preserved retirement in which ho has long boon engaged iu writing n pooticat directory of Cook county nnd fills Tho Inter Ocean with tho splendor of pag eantry and tho iioney of music Tho Chicago charity hall of 1806 was held nt tho Auditorium ou last Thursday night nud Mr Bill described it with his usual wealth of ndjectivo nud luxuriance of passion His exordium Was full of might nnd manuillccnco Â¬ Â¬ place Miss Ellen and Itosanna OBrynn of Hhodclla wero In town ono day lost week Mr Thos Brown and Miss Bessie Har-Â¬ ris wcru visiting at Stephcnsport last week Miss Koto Herbuth Is contemplating a grand visit to Brandenburg In tho near 4 Ladies Drop Frame same weights and Tires 75 20 Inch Diamond Wood Rims Weight 21 lbs 75 ICYGLES ARE THE HIGIIEST p or ALL high grades- future Miss Kate Herbuth is visiting Mr nnd Mrs Geo Greenwell of near Andyvllle this week Tho young folks who attended church at Brandenburg Easter Sunday report n Warranted Superior toT anylBicycle built in the World regardless of Price Read tho following opinion of ono of the most promt who has sold hundreds these IX font years I was In Intense suffering With an abscess on my tbfgh It discharged freely and several times Tor Plccosof Bono Camo Out Last February I had to take my bed for tour weeks and then It was 1 began to take Hoods 6arsaparllla I soon got on my feet but was Tcry weak and went to tho Maryland Uiilrerilty hospital wlicro tlicy said my trouble was chronla blood poisoning and gate mo littlo hope I returned home and continued taking Hoods I have used six bottles and the abscess has entirely disappeared and I havo bccu la Â¬ that quarter must assail Fronohmeu only Iu La VondGo thoro was no British flag as at Toulon to add provocation and justify attack Loyallsm thoro was V HZ- it f IP V r fcr JOSKllIINE rampant nni Genoral Hocho who takc3 tho plnco intended for Uonaparto will find it hot work to roduco tho insurgent Vendcans to subjectiou Tho prosciouco of Nnpolccit iu rofusiug tho command Hos iu tho question What will bocomo of Ilocho Moreover tho rapid changes in tho military mauagoment of tho Bo- publio loft littlo doubt in Napoleons mind that his services would noon bo sought Finally tho striking of bis narao from tho list of general officers was only from tho list of those on active duty Thus his rank was preserved with littlo injury to bis futuro prospects On tho Mth of September 1704 K poloon partially restored to favor was givou tho command of tho artillory iu a proposed expedition to Corsica and this post ho nominally hold until March of 170G but tho porlod was without ovents Meanwhile finding himself wjtli no command at all ho concoived W4iai may bo regarded as his first great project of statesmanship Bonaparto perceived that tho ultimata onomy of tho ascondeucy of Franco was England and that ono great arm of lier power was her influence iu tho Eastern Mediterranean conutrloa This might bo tltc uycucu of brokou mark it welll Tnrhcu The thought of tho Uorsicau wasthi8 If tho Republican administra tion of Franco will send Arc to Constantinople to organizo and discipline tho Turkish nrmy then tho Ottoman power will bo sufficiently strengthened and Europonntzci to ronounco tho influouco of Groat Britain and in full autonomy to bocomo a member of n possiblo coalition of Enropoau powers ugainst tho common onomy of all I During tho poriod of his ouforcod in- Â¬ activity at Paris Napoloon proparod n plan intoudod for tho National Conven tion outlining his purpose It was n virtual potition that ho bo sent to Con Ejnntiuoplo with fiix or bovoii competent officers to organizo tho military power of tho Turkish ompiro against Great Britain iu tho East Bourrienuo justly remarks that it tho olerk of tho War Ofllco had only writtou tho word grant ed on Napoleons paper that ono word would probably havo changed tho polit- Â¬ ical fato of Europo for conturies to como Napoloon at this tituo was twenty-years of ugo Ills Bchomo was six worthy of Richelieu of Talleyrand of Mottornich of Disraeli iu his ripest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v-J- - - S granted was uot writton Tho Fronah Rovolutiou rapidly worked out its own results nud iu doiugsa pro vided n placo for Bouaparto accordiug to tho higher laws of destiny Afturtho ovortlirow of tho Terror tho Convontiou wout on rathor tompcratoly to com plotq tho now framo of govcininont called tho Constitution of tho Yoar 111 That instrument was adopted on the 33nd of August 1705 It proved to bo notsullluicntlyintonfo for the states- mauship of tho Faubourgs Tho Parisian coutera of agitation began to resound with denunciations of tho latent aristoo rnoy iu tho now plan of government For nbout a month tho broil was kopt np by democratic pamphletcora and or ators who made tho basemcuts of St I antnbv lullli tltnli fll aa1 Jurgations Thop tho mobs bogau to rieo iu sacrod right of Inpurrectloit tfovoral of tho Fyriyulgbth Sections took up arms ftgalnat tho Convention nud that great body was imporilod by tho onrushiug of h counter rorilutlou Matters camo ton crisis in tho Jioglnnliig Of Octobor Tho boavoutlon fiad to protect Itsolf by forco parish Bwlfti swift was tliowprk how necossary to bo done Tho stifled hot uot extinct Jacobinism of Paris bo gau to bolloTj aud mobs from tho dis ftffitotal ooartorsof tho city camo ou to- wnltaonnly to twsail tho Convontiou JM11 and overthrow tho oxlating gorern- Â¬ Â¬ A yuars Tho word nl Â¬ MYMr has history bUowh a more dra jaatia sotus ttutu that which now en Â¬ sued It was the pth of October 1793 Iu the peril of the hour iho touvcutiou draw to tlsSlf llu tvpops bat wera still faliufal to the establishstl order A commaudtfr was uuewsatjr By ahasiy possible tho half rlpo but ripening lruits of six years of legislatlvo toil aud travail Ho had already shown himsolf capablo In two proccdlng riots This one howovor was moro formidable What homoitof all needed In tho oinor goncy was n real commander who had Flno Health Evor Slnco tho courago and Hkill to oxteuip jrlzo I know It It ltad not been for Hoods Sarsapa nil hnsto n division of troops for rllla I should be In my grave I have gained la with tho defouso of tho government Birras weight rom 147 a year ago to 10 pounds to day nroo In his place and nominated u hi lieutenant and second iu command Na poleon Boiiaparto Ho had bccu that 1 praise Hoods Barsaparllla for It all Wit n ofllcer nt his gnus boforo Toulon Napoleon himsolf was sitting ob Giikknuoltz 1812 Hanover St Baltimore Md scurely iu tho gallery when his nauio Hoods Pills cure liver Ills constipation was presented for tho perilous duty Ho biliousness Jaundice sick headache f ndlgesUon nud Immediately thoro was nccopted speedy work A young ofllcer whom Napoleon know Joaohlm Murat by NEW ORGANIZATION OF JEWESSES namo whom history will presently record as tho great cavalry general of tho It a OuJccU Are IlcKglouii IMillnntliropto nud IMncntloiiAl empiro was sent with nil speed out to Tho officers of tho recently formed na tho Champ do Sablous to whirl In tho batteries stationed thoro In a fow hours tional couucil of Jewish womcu havo adopted measures to promote tho exten guns woro plantod around tho Convention Hall aud nt tho noar by bridges of sion of tho important work which thoy tho Seine commanding nil linos of ap havo undertaken through which it is proach and nt tho breeches stood grim hoped that tho membership of tho council will bo greatly enlarged and its use gunucrs with lighted mntches Horo then was business for lifu or fulness advauced All theso officers bo death Tho insurrection rolled itself in loug to tho sex in whoso behalf tho body It has been fonncd and aro woll fitted for great volumes nloug tho streets tho performauco of thodutics to which might bo pecn coming ou liko tho sea thoy havo boon assigned Tho president Tho Soctlon Lopolloticr leads tho van Thero is a Tho Insurgents get possession of tho is Mrs Homy Solomon church of St Koch nearby and thou of board of 10 directors Thero nro vico Pout Nouf nud thou bristle up fnco to presidents for tho states of tho Union and thero aro committees for such purfaca with tho guns of tho Corsican Thoro Is not moments hesitation Tho poses as nro designated in their respecorder to lira is quick nud sharp Tho tive titles All business is transacted Convention Hall is suddenly shakon to uuder a constitution which has bccu described as n model of comprehensiveness foundation stones with tho roar of nr tlllory Tho guns nro loaded with grapo and precision Tho work of organizing nud canister Horrid gaps aro cut in local sections in nccordanco with its long bloody alloys through tho insurgout provisions has been begun and it is mob Men Frenchmen aro blown by boliovpd that boforo tho cud of tho year hundreds to horrid death Thoy go back thoy will bo numbered by tho hundred nud that all parts of tho country will bo boforo tho hail of destruction Tho NaGeneral represented iu tho national couuoil tional Convention is savod Bouaparto has tho honor of suppressing Each scctiou Is required to hold regular tho last mob of tho French Revolution I meetings nud mako monthly roports nud Strango to uoto what tho offeot of all is also required to carry into practico this was on tho mau himsolf Ho was tho plans of tho councils committco ou religion and tho committco on philanin uowiso jubilaut Indeed ho had host tatcd for a half hour beforo accepting thropy It is recommended that a paper on Bomo topic relating to Judaism shall tho placo of general against tho revoltHoro ed Sections Iu his report ho covered up bo read nt cacli of tho meetings his own responsibility as tho facts gavo aro soma of tho topics chosen by ono of him opportunity to do making It ap tho sections under advico of tho naTho pear contrary to his wout that not 7ic tional board Women In Israol Collcgo Sottlo Study but others had put down tho mob Ho ments of tho Biblo Service Iu PhilanPersonal had acted only undo orders of tho National Convention nud General BarrasI thropic Work Jewesses of every ago iu life whethor Ever through life morcovor ho looked back with regrot to this hour and ovont rich or poor aro invited to membership of his carcor Doubtless nt bottom ho in tho body 60 that tho power and was n Jacobin himsolf but ho was an pleasure of union among Jowish women Imperial Jacobin Tho two olonieuts in may bo used in a way it has novcr boTho expressed and his character did not consist tho ono foro been used fundamental object of tho council is tho was at war with tho other Thus much only is certain that Na- advancement of an organic union for tho poleon would gladly havo nad his groat advancement of tho common interests of triumph ovor tho Parisian Insurgents nil incmbcrx for general scrvico in bo blotted from tho record No doubt ho half of Juduism nud for tho prosecution of philanthropic works under a method was at heart at ono with insurrection ical system but ho was nlso tho friend of ordor Wo Jowish women says tho pro rostoring order in tho His success iu aniblo to tjio constitution sincerely bo capital may bo said to havo madoNapo Â¬ loou famous lie had nlroady bocomo an liuviug that a closer fellowship n great advisor of tho Committee of Publio er unity of thought mid purposo nud a Safety Indeed ho hold that relation bo nobler accomplishment will result from foro his namo was stricken from tho list a widespread organization do tbereforo of geuorals in nctivo service Elovon baud ourselves together iu a union to further tho best and highest interests of dnys after tho suppression of tho Sec humanity iu fields religious philantions ho was made provisionally Gen thropic aud educational Thero is no oral of Division nud four dnys after CO 000 of tho Jewesses of tho provisionally was struck doubt that if wards out nud ho was appointed commander tho United States shall thus co opcrato of tho Army of tho Iutcrior having as iu behalf of tho purposes hero indicated publio influouco that thoy will its control field of operations Paris it- cannot bo oxerciso awithin tho bounds of conflued solf Tho Jowish women of Now Destiny reserved for tho winter of Judaism York who ulrcady have many particu1705 00 another capital foot iu tho life lar organizations for tho promotion of of her davoteo Napoleon found Joso good works possess n spirit which phiuo Ho first met her at tho house of enables them to carry on their business B arras Sho bolougcd to tho Sociote des with success and iu harmony Society of tho Victims Victlmcs Conventions of tliu national council of To cuter this band of tiio now olito Jowish women aro to bo hold biannual Parlsienuos ono must havo lost recoutly ly Under tho cnll of tho board of direct loso a near relative by tho guillotine ors and each section will bo thero rep phiuo had lost ono her husband Tho resented by ono dolegato at largo nud do Beauharnais had Vicomto Alexaudro ouo for every 60 members married Mario Josopho Roso Tascher A good number of tho rabbis In differ Â¬ tho bountiful Creolo of Martinique in ent parts of tho country havo expressed December of 1770 Sho was thou in her thoir approval of tho organization of tho sovoiitclnith yoar In 1780 tho Vicomto couucil tho membership of which desiro camo to America with Rochamboau to rendor scrvico advantageous to tho Afterwards ho was n deputy in the synogogne aifd to perform work Bup States General and was twico president plementary to that of the rabbinate Tho of tho National Convontiou IIo com Chicago Hocriou has received ospeclal fa manded under Cnstino nt Aleuts in vor from tho rabbis thoro Now York 1703 when that placo was sarrtuiitred Sun to tho Germans To san MAtr was X nu4 n Nmu death IIo was halod to trial con demned nud guillotined only live days A rumor that Princess Clomentlno boforo tho collapsoof tho Terror Wheu tho youngest daughter of tho king nnd Robesplorro foil tho Soaieto des Via qnreu of tho Belgians contemplate times wna formod Tho light crcnturoi taking tho voll nppears to bo fully contook wiug liko butterflies from the firmed nor decision is said to havo boon nrrivod nt three years ago when blood pools of tho Placo da la Rovolutiou Thoy still woro crepo on thoir her cousin Prluco Baldwin of Flanders arms whou thoy began to ilanco i now to whom sho was wig jed died so sud Â¬ iu Greek sandals and chignons anil clas denly Bf fovcr Sho kopt hcriesolvo so sical scarfs girdled at tlio wuist Nu po- orot until sho camoof ago last year but loon saw ono of them and admired aud alio has never swcnretl from it nor cau lovod sho bo moved to rcconsidor a determi So ho told Douniouno whilo pointing nation which will consign to n convent ono of tho most charming accomplish out Jobophino ono evening at n fashion nblocafe Thero was n swift courtship A ed nud wealthy princesses In Europe story goes thntEugeiioBoauhnruaU wout Tho utmost couccsslon that sho was to Napoloon to recover his fotbor tho Inducod to tuhko was tho postponement Vlcomtos sword which had boon taken of horuovltlato until nftor tho wed Antwerp nt tho disarmament of tho Sections The ding of Priuoess Josephiuc youth got tho sword kissed it won tho Letter Generals sympathy anil Madamo do Boanhariialscntuo to tlmukhor beijofno tor If this happoued sho know him al ready and ho know her Tho marrlago ocourred ou tho Uth of March 1700 Vfhm Baby wu rick ws bt Ucr CMtori Tho disparity ut ago was six years ami When she was a CbHJ Uo cried for Castofk To clota this chasm the two month Wba aha twoAW M to rito ctuog U Cftft uiarringQOortiflonteailnld herhirtli f6r mini four years nuI antedated his by nineteen mouths Doouuieuts must poo form to tbtf exigeuotos of the groat I Â¬ grand time Wild onion hunting is tho order of tho day If you dont beliovo It ask Lulu Ophelia and Maud Mrs Levi Kerrlck spent last Saturday night aud Sunday with her son James High Frame Wood Itim Kerrlck of near Irvington Scorcher Weight 22 listening town Misses Mattlo and Lilllo Mattlngly lbs S80 Clouds hung llko a frown upon tho buildings grnnlto brow but Its heurt won filled with made a fiying trip to Guslon ono day last melody nnd beating with Imiunn sympathy nnd Steel Rims G A J Tires klndllnexH Tho charity luill was onl And as week and returned homo all smiles tho munlc swirled on through tho gnat arch25 lbs So Mr and Mrs Frank Hardest of near es twinkling with tho lights that Jewel tho Sirocco spent ono day last week with roof mid fluttering llko bright plmnuged birds Hegular Frame sanio among tho bonis of Ivory nnd gold tho feet of their parents John S Hardesty and tho niltnlo armies advancing and retreating weights f 85 fell into rlijme young voices into sweater cadences the scowl on tho faco of tho liendlng tky mi I ted In laughter nnd as tlio hours with gulden fift slipped by Silently ono by one tn tho Inflnlto meadows of heaven Blossomed tho beautiful stars tho forgctmc liots of tin angels LIIki ii jrlin Impenetrable fortri nt mrdl icviil tlmcH tin Auditorium looked lxforu tho moon hmuik cut- - llkn hhIIvit lump In Ilia mid n I Klit nky nml cuitt n round tlio gray tower nnd nustt ru walls tho Koft trunnfurmliiK tlxsuo of Its Woviii bwinn Far out ovi r the frozen wa ters of tlio luko Raiil tlio deep windows from under their nrehitl 1mm h of fluted stone as tho great monument of ClilniKos Hwor flung out a cliiilleiiRo to tin- - enwteru world IIIrIi In tho nlr tlio lower llko a mighty foreflnser was prewiitl upon tho ihunRtliK puIbo of Bo rons whilo tho Ulckvot u of tlio telegraph repotted tho condition of tho weather to tho uent American dealers wheels Richmond Va Oct - 1801 Jmliaimjiolit Ind Gentleman Tho Waverley Scorcher and Bello camo Wo aro afraid you havo sent us the to hand yesterday You cant mean to tell high priced wheel by mistake Wo must say that it us that this wheel retails for S5 is without exception tho prettiest wheel wo have over seen and moreover wo havo faith in it although It weighs only 22 lbs for of all Waverleys wo havo sold this year and lost nnd you know that is a right good number wo havo never had a single frnmo nor fork broken either from accident or defect and that is moro than wo can say of any other wheel however high grade Wo congratulate ourselves every so called thnt we sell day that we aro tho Waverley agents TmUitna llicycte Cympany Yours truly Hoods8PCures Â¬ wife Mr Gus Hardesty was tho guest qf Miss Daisy Payno last Sunday lxok out Will April has not expired yet by Walthi C Mrrcun A Co no means Two Lives Saved Mrs Phoubo Thomas of Junction City 111 was told by her doctors sho had Consumption nnd that thero was no hopo lor her but two bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery completely cured her and she says It saved her lifo Mr Thos Eggers 139 Florida St San Francisco suffered from a dreadful cold approach- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Bill too swirled in music through tho gront arches twinkled aud fluttered nud advanced in cadence Wo seem to sco his eyes glittering beneath fluted eyebrows and Ills pencil pressed llko a mighty forefinger upon tho papor that throbs with tho quick coining thoughts As ho whirls like a strain through tho south tunuol wo hoar with him tho words of tho poet architect of tho building Tho utterancH or lift Is n bong Thu symphony of nature Are you looking for the best Bicycle that money will buy or do you want to spend the most money you can with the expectation that price makes the wheel If tho former buy a Waverley HOOK MBLLER EXCLUSIVE AGENTS CO HARDINSBURG KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing Consumption tried without result everything else then bought ono bottle Tho jewels flash tho lacos glitter of Dr Kings New Discovery and in two weeks was cured IIo is naturally thank- Â¬ Tho great procession comes It is such results of which theso Btutely dowagers In velvet gowns with white ful hair piled high under diamond tiaras and do are samples that prove tho wonderful butnntes with diaphanous draperies soft locks brushed luick from untroubled brows nnd a efficacy of this medicine In Coughs aud roio tucked over ono pretty cr Youth nnd Colds Freo trial bottles at A It Fish Â¬ Ago met ting and courtesying nnd when tho Drug store Hegular size 60e and mild lines broke up mid swept in small detach ers 100 ments Into tho grucitul convolutions of thr dance It was like tin shuttering of u rainbow or tho sudilin Mpnrning of a mosaic whoso parts fitting into nn rxtiulsltaantl harmonious Whole wero yt t eomplito as slnglo Jowols Palmot to leaves f re m tho Imyous of the south palms from tho is nds of tho Indies wero knotted with tho ornngo colored taffeta cloth of tho orient but It did not need tropical foil ago to suggtst tho beauties of Araby Dark eyes nnd midnight trisses wero there nnd girls ns fair us thu peri who stood nt tho gates of paradise Tho Hon N K Falrbauk goes by with simplo but beautiful sido whiskers such as Cupid or a young nngol would bo glod to havo for wings Poris of para diso and Naiads of tho lukesido pass by VHiUiV9 We Are Happy 1 Last week wc throw open tho largest and finest display of SANDY HILL Miss Lucio Young is visiting Miss Lulu Brown of Oak Grove Let us hear from you again W I A Wo all enjoyed your piece Tho singing was quite a success at James Hendricks Saturday night Miss Mattlo Ashcraft has returned from a visit to her grand fathers of Oak Grove Mrs Leo McCall of Louisville is visit- Â¬ ing hor parents Mr and Mrs Robert Â¬ Spring Goods J Ever shown in this section Pcoplo who havo seen the stock say it is hcBt and tho cheapest And thoy arc selling too wo havo ever had v This is conclusive proof that tho prices aro right Bring your pro- - W Como in and see us dueo and if youve got a plug horse you want Wo aro to trade or swap hring him along in for trndo f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in bright ranks and to stately measures Supper is had aud now comes tho in Hendrick ovitabloend thinking whereof tho Hon Mrs Hobs and Mrs Burudlo ot Har- Â¬ Sylvanus R Bill is splashed ns to his din county aro visiting friends in tender noso with drops of vaguo regret vicinity Tho lights In tho windows ot the town pale Mrs Lulu Atwill of Sandy Hill is Into tho dny Uio dancers of tho night sink into sleep tho brilliancy and charm of tho charity visiting hor aunt Mrs J A Witt of ball aro n dream of thu paxt and In frost broldurcd garments tho hushed Ilardiusbtirg earth Is swaying Mrs Georgo Smith and littlo daughter Out In tho Armaments cradlo of blue And now nro tho daughters of JIualo essaying and Miss Alico Haddox of Louisville For tho God child Creation n ulumber song aro visiting Mr George Richardson and now family Tho poem has been written and tho Bro Maddox filled hisregularappoint proof has been read but tho first lluslics ofthudawn llluniiuato tho pcusivo liu mont Saturday and Sunday and had a Ho preached a splendid oanuiitsof Sylvanus F Bill ns ho sits by largo crowd tho groat roso window in tho eighth sermon story of Tho Inter Ocean building Tho Mr James Bland and family of Bran- Â¬ pajamas of bluo nnd gold glitter iu tho denburg attended services at Sandy first smiles of morn Tho ivory slippers Hill Sunday and wero tho guests of Mr on tho pontic foot iu tho casement nro and Mrs William Boskett touched with n tender glow Tho tired elevator boy is softened Tlio uowsboys point with reverence to tho window whoro Sylvanus F Bill is dreaming his led Turkish nightcap pulled over his Correctly weekly by lumphrey A Iaufcr Progodliko wnsto of brow It is sunriso in duce Commlnion Merchant no Second tit bet Ifl HI1UJ MKIG1 t UUIBVIIIC IJt Mill I Chicago Now York Suu M Meyer Co BUR AS KY i LIGHT L VVVVVW pnuirn 1 RUNNING P PUiHLU PLHNO c you ItlXDUllf MOWUKH UltAIJliUi Furnljhed by the Piano Fly Wheel Ii the greatest Improvement ever made in Sdl Ulndlnt Harvesters TMt U1 SZZ t o V ren Â¬ lll SASSIETY SURPRISED This Time by Mrs William Astor1 Deter uiluntlon tn Movn to larli Although I beliovo that Mrs William Astor has tho ufu of tho residence 3G0 Fifth nvouno for lifo sho must havo turned it over to her son Jack Astor for in tlio spring it will bo pulled down Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY April 29 189S Shipper ihould mark all packkjei plainly with ihlpperi name and poat offio addren BUTTER Choice country 12 11 Medium Creamery KQQS 0 3fE2yoer THE FLflNO LEADS Because THI CAUII Â¬ a 11 8 20 THE FLY WHEEL oiieliorsellGhtertlraa anUblndabuuJlcaftcrtlictcamstoiis You should see the JONGS ldore you huy Simplest lonKcstllml llUWCIA world Neverputofrepalr NoKtarilu andlighteit draft mower In the Chain Power runs the great wearout no friction no noUe nothing to make the farmer cuss Ierrls wheel This proves Its strength Bicycles are Chain Drive Whyr Light draftl SCND FOR OUR FRCCFOR ALL ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE J IS THE BEST IHl riY WHItll FOD THIS II HAINIV IHON ON THt HAHO AIONC More Jones Steel Headers Sold In 04 than all others combined Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lrln Â¬ Â¬ to mako way for tho grand new Jack Astor hotel Mrs William Astor has takou a loug lensoof an apartment on tho Avcnuo dos Champs Elysees whoro her daughter Mrs Colemnu Drayton may reside with her Tho demolition of tho Astor mansion nud the expatriation of tho lady who so long ninUo charmingly presided ovor its hospitalities are a rotuarkablo outcomo of tho very remarkable series of ovonts that lmu been happening iu Now York society If ovor n woman did scum to bolong to Now York aud to havo mado hor namo aud position iuseparablo from Now York that womau was certainly Mrs William Astor If asked a short tlmo ago to say who was tlw womau lcast likely to givo up he hotut and disWuctlou in New York 00 pucvjiW out of 100 would havo said Mrs Astor All of which only goes to provo what a tromondous social catuoylsm has been going on iu Now York of whldh only tho morcst rumors have readied tho sur- Â¬ face Cholly Knickerbocker iu Now York Recorder A rroercMlve lulplt Tlio modem clergyman would not bo himsolf woro ho uot thoroughly up to data His latest exploit is to use A Yollow Aster w bs text for u appro Boston Transcript alutlvo sr mioji Freih BKANS OTiniri hand picked Nary Old or Common and colored FEATUER8 Trlme white goee Michigan ndiaoa to 22 1 1 76 to 2 00 00 to 1 30 S5 The Piano Mfg Co Manufacture West Pullman Chicago III Mixed Old No 1 duok m 2S30 16 10 38 FOR SALE BY UIDK8 dreen food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep iklni POULTRY 4X 20 26 Qj 00 IXfalX 7 39 40 hi GHAS R ANDERSON GUSTON MEADE COUNTY KY FACTS POSITIONS I Hem per lb 7 7 Dueki 7M8 TurVeyi afire 8 a 9 a 10 Turkey drened DRIED APPLE AND PEACHES Apples choloo bright quarter to Applet average 4K to 5 Applet old Peaebei new 4 to 6 Peachei old GUARNTEED BANK 07 li WOOL Tnb waihed Grene ooano Merino Talfow Beeiwax Sorghum Irene fine Burry and Cut MISCELLANEOUS MoUne HAY 21 21J 15 Qy 18 13 16 10 12 8 5 12 SO 26 36 i old method It expLtds more money In the Interest c r Its th business than Cnrloiiient Departmenttake In half tublon It Is as collee in the south ndursed br Hankers Merchants and strongl practical book keepers all over the United slates Cheap board Iteasonable rales of tuition 600 students past ear Open to both seics rtrcciitlnif 36 States and Territories It has also prepared books for sent on 60 davs trial When von write explain Addressi J F Draughon Prest vour wants catalogu- e- DRAUCHTON S PKACTICAL BUSINISS COLLEOE and bcliool ot bhoit hand Tpwrlllg TnNN DrauKhtons thoJJfJ ln2bokk11nBleiial to 12 WEEKS by lo not sav It can under reasonable conditions not be done until you send for free 1 20 pa ire HAEJMSBURG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BKARD 1niUent -- WILL MILLGH Vloe Preildeot M II BEARD Cashier I OW BEABD MOKKIS ESKUIDGE BM JOLLY V SI -- Dire tor INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEfOSITS Â¬ GRAIN FEED We quote prlcei to day on Loulitllle oil wharfi OATS No 2 oati HAY S2 38 ftpaCJcash 15 keepers stenographers provided It fills taire teachers etc fr vacancies as book reported Â¬ Â¬ Strlotly choice Choloe No 2 dood Medium Good Bright Straw- CORN Choloe white Choloe ibelled Â¬ Â¬ The way to euro a cough Is to stop tho coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cuts looso tho mucous heals thu lungs aud bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in ono night For sale by Short it llaynesClovertiirt Dr It HMcMul lin McDanlfilaj M Meyer Co Hurasj A Taylor Itosotta W E Brown Iry Ington Ky A A Illchardson GarAeUl Big Spring Kyi A K Morris Ky W O Moorman Oleiideane Kvj P lotaee Bhenon lUcm A Co Kirk Ky Scqtt Ilanlinshurg Ky 10 60 13 00 11 00 12 00 10 00 S 11 0 4 60 2 The first of Amerlcun News- Â¬ papers CHARLES A DANA CAVtAldinAUtMAHKS CAN I OllTAlN A TATENTt For opinion wrlt tn Srouipt answer and an lionet nearly nhy raara1 lie Cll who have bad xparleneolntrie builnrss Communica Â¬ tions 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the stream in a ell rcction parallel with tho Union lines Tho chcor wan tho announcement of tho completion of an act by which ho had parted with what ho hold most dear tho confldenca of liUsnpcrlorH lite peers and tho rank and fllo of tho army Ho had given to Carolino Fitz Hugh to fcco tho rising of tho sun whoso light was now broadening in tho cast Ho had called down upon hiniholf what to him was tho bitterest of all degradation per haps to meet tho fato that had born intended for her Riding up tho creek on tho bank nearest tho Confedorato lines ho approachod a wood This ho entered crossed tho creek unobserved and emerg ed to fco tho men by whom tho escaping party had been chased returning toward tho ridgo Not caring to bo questioned by them ho rodo back into tho wood until they wero in a position not to sco him Then ho trotted slowly to tho ridgo and over it making his way back to his tent It was now broad daylight As ho dismounted ho noticed a detachmont of cavalry marching on foot tinder tho direction of an officer toward tho houses whero Miss Fitz Hugh had been confined On arriving thoro thoy halted and tho officer wont inside In a few minutes ho caino out and htrodo over to Colonel Maynards tent Tho colonol had gono in Ho had thrown off his cavalry jacket and was waiting for what was to follow Tho officer entered tin tent and not recognizing Maynard ehorn of his beard asked for tho colonel commanding I nm Colonol Maynard All I I did not recognizo yon colonel I havo just called for tho spy in tho houso whero I expected to find her and was told by tho Mirgeant that ho had de livered her fooii after midnight to two men bnring an order from you Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a cold Chill creep over him lie know there was somo reason for tho net which Mould explain if not exonso it Colonel you nro a dashing fellow with a tlngoof romancoin your nature I trust yon havo not yielded to an ab surd notion as to taking tho lifo of a Â¬ Then givo mo somo explanation 1 fear it will go hard with you but I will do all I can for yon if you can givo a satisfactory reason I havo no reason to givo Of courso I must report tlio matter Better Kpeak now It may bo too luto hereafter I havo reported tho fact That is all tho report I havo to mako Then colonel it is my duty to order you to your tout under arrest You may leavo yirar mvokI hero rith me if you pleaso An utile r will 1hj issued next in rank in placing Colonel chargu of your brigade Colonel Miiyunril unhookod his sword from his belt and handed it to tho general Then ho rodo back to his tent and as ho entered it ho felt that ho had left his former mlf outside that as in tho caso of n fallen comrride hu would nev er hco this being of tho past again As for his present self that if Buffered to live could only livo a lifo in death A court martial was convened to try Colonel Maynard with as much dispatch as had attended tho trial of tho escaped Tho chargo was giving aid woman tho spccifl and comfort to tho enemy cation himself aiding in tho cscupo of a spy in tho servico of said enemy Tho court met on tho afternoon of tho day on which Maynard had reported his act Men of his own grade or noar it sat about a pino tablo in a wall tent and proceeded with tho formalities attend ing tho case As Maynard pleaded guilty to both chargo and specification thero was littlo to do except to come to a verdict Deforo doing so tho president ask ed tho accused if ho had anything to say in his behalf nny explanation to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ woman No I havo not was hold by tlio Confederates had been captured tried condemned nnd sentenced to bo hanged that Jacob Slack n boy who was now serving ns his or- Â¬ derly had incn with him that ha had contrived to gotnpwsof Maynnrds con dition to Missouri Slack his sister nt Jasper Tcnn that slio had gono to Chattanooga iitd entered his jail had oxchangrd clothes with tho prisoner and thus effected his osontio that ho had leen concrnled nnd afterword helped through tho lines byn Miss Fain whom ho had mnnicd on reaching tho Union lines I put it to you gentlemen ho con- Â¬ cluded could ono whoso lifo had been saved by women carry ont a scntonco of death upon n womau for tho samo offenso for which it was intended ho should suffer Tho speaker know nothing of tho re- Â¬ lations existing between Maynard and Fitz Hugh It is impossiblo to know what might have been the effect had ho possessed this knowledge Tho court acted only on tho information communicated by tho officer who told tiio story of Maynards experienco ns n spy and tho main facts in this wero known throughout tho army Tho cirenm stauccs of the neensuds Fentouco by Confederates to be hanged for n spy nud his escape tho valuablo servico ho had rendered tho Union cnuso tho reasons ho had for not wishing to shoot n womau saved his life Tho Bontenco of tho court was that ho bo dismissed the serv Â¬ ice with forfeitnro of all pay and emoluments When this stutcuco ac communicat ed to Colonel Maynard ho was in his tcut waitiHg to know his fato no had oxpected to bo shot Ho hardly know whether ho was moro moved by tho leni Â¬ ency shown him or moro disappointed nt being obliged to livo n disgraced man But one reason gavo him comfort that ho was not to die his wife Ho knew that nlthough nil others looked upon him with horror sho would lovo him nil the moro that ho suffered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tha People Responsibility Ono who has been near the General Assembly of Kentucky for many sessions of that body has opinions respecting the dcfecutintue Legislative department of the slnle that are convictions llxeil by tho irrefragable facts of the case It is CHAPTER XXI ITODIrM Tho events attending the capture nud cscapo of Caroline Fitz Hugh and tho dismissal of Colonel Mnynnrd from tho servico all happened iu such quick succession that Jakey Slack was not nwnro of what was taking place until after it was all over It must bo confessed that Maynard had Not treated his most do voted adherent with the consideration ho merited But it is tho way of people who nro rising to emlnunco to gradual ly leavo off familiarity with thoso forA MIIITAKY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I suspect something must bo wrong Was tho order n forgery No Well Then tho prisoner is iu your keep ing Â¬ mako wos hisroply No said tho presi Colonel Maynard dent yon havo herved this army with distinction You havo been respected trnstid beloved as fow other men in it You havo confesied to having commit- Â¬ i A i nh 1 No Escaped Yes Tho officer was too astonished to ask any inoro questions at onco Who is responsible ho asked presÂ¬ Iff ft Suf LEAVE THESE ItAXKSF ted ono of tlio most atrocious crimes that can como under tho jurisdiction of a military court Nothing can oxcuso it Thero may bo something to palliato it I conjure you to speak buforo tho court brings iu a verdict nud names your punishment rcpliod Maynard Mr President for my act toward this army I am accountable to you as n court martial con Â¬ vened to try mo for my act as ono of right or wrong of honor or dishonor I am accountable only to n tribunal with which you havo nothing to do Do not waste valuablo time Deforo tho sun sots twice if I mistako not you will havo n more important work to d iu tho reception of the onomy Do your duty as a court nud do it with dispatch Thero was not an officer prosont but looked at Maynard with n curious admiration It was plain that ho hud sacrificed himself though it was not en tirely plain why Even thoso who cou demucd him most bitterly seemed to hesitato to bring iu a verdict which would naturally carry with it the pun ishment of death You nro mistaken colonel aid ono of thorn referring to Maynards Tho enemy havo becu iu predictions full retreat ever siuco wo loft Murfrcos 1 only fear hes going to givo us boro the slip again ro I regrot your confidence sir I am awaro that othplied Maynard ers ftsi ns you do nud it is a mistuko whbh will cost this army dear Noaicuso Uavont Wo This is not thoplaoo to discuss prob lems for which only our commanding interrupted tho general is responsible president Lot tho prisouer loavo tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ently Inm You You will march your men back to camp You need not mako any official roport of tho matter unless you choose I will roport tho escape myself Tho ofllcor bowed and with tho samo astonishment on his faco that had been Yos I merly most iutimato with them Maynard had treated Jakoy with mock deforauco but had not thought of leaning npsii him foe ndviot or strength much less etmfnrc and dnaefug the rag ing of tho flro through which ho had passed Jnkey Slack had been as far from his mind as if ho had not existed Ono evening ns retreat was sound ing it was tho evening of tho colonels deposition from his rank nnd command May Jakoy walked into his tent nards head was bowed clown on his camp cot Hearing some ono enter ho looked up and saw his old friend Hod Jakoy becu another boy when ho saw tho haggard look the strongly marked linos of suffering in tho face before him bo would have shown somo mark of tho effect such a sight had upon him Not Theio was no expression ol bo Jnkey thcr of surpriso or grief upon his unox prcssivo countenance But tho sight of jakoy standing thero to remind him that though it whole army condemned him there was one in it who never could bo brought to think him guilty of nny crimo had a different effect on tho Into commander Ho reached out his hand took that of Jakey nnd drawing the boy towaul him foldrd him in his arms Thus do thoso who havo been de prived of their grentnes go back for sympathy to thoso from iom thoy havo farthest departed Maynard held the boy against his breast whilo ho gvo way to convulsive sobs such as nro unusual iu a man and only come when somo moutal struggle under an inteiiFO griof is relaxed nud suffering permitted to get control Nei ther spoke Jukcys presence re mi ml od Maynard tho moro kceuly of those ho loved His mind had been upon his wife and child Jnkcys coming brought also Souris imago and tho trinls and tri umphs which ho nud Jakey nnd Sonri had onco passed together and trials and triumphs borne iu company wold hoarts Of all who loved him only Jakoy was there and on him nloiio could ho rely for comfort At last Jakiy withdrew himself from his friends embrace Ho had permlMed him to indulge his grief for a few minutes and this ho considered quito long enough General ho began Ho had always called his chief general contending that ho was a general slnco ho com manded n brigade No more of that Jakoy I am only Mayuord now Mark Maynard Mark is a good enough nnmo for me Waal that dont mako no differ You uns got th samo body n arms u legs n all Hint Hov y doue th fust Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thing fo terdo Whats that Jakey thero throughout turned from tho tout nud going to tho men standing in tho road marched thorn back to camp Colonel Maynard camo out of his tout and mounting his liorso rodo to tho headquarters of his division commander Ho rodo slowly his head bowed al most to his saddlebow Iteiuiug up bo foro thn generals tent ho Kent iu Ills iiamo by an orderly mid was boon adÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ timo Thoros going to bo a battle No court can keep mo from Bhoulderlng n musket or wioldlng n saber Ill go itato the fight tliuts lOMikig an J navcr aotn oat of it Thou slill not need to know Toll Mrs Maynard Jakey I cant Reckon shell hcv ter know It homo it mitted Clcnoral ho snld I havo como to prefer chargos Why Indeed said tho genoral not forward them iu writing iu tho regÂ¬ bo n fight What wakes y think tlietrs goln ter ular way is because of tho person against whom I am going to prefer them And that is Mybolf Tho genoral looked at him with a puzzled expression Colonol nro yon ill No gonoral I supposo it would bo ridiculous to I would not havo tho intuitions of n soldier if I did not Y haint Geuornl Rosot JT0 liS CONTINUED It li LAI u ll I Hll - l m I w imuinuidi SUnTlimO KiniY INSUMRS svaaar r Vou a wiiicn Safety r MOTHERS FRIEND nobs Confinement of lis Pain Horror ami Risk M MUTIirUS Kill KM be wlfu lmol urn lilrlli of lirr II rut ulillil Hlia tllil uut mm CiUMISof IMISS nuniiululily urturliiK hut I riillnvitl itt Ilia critical liour li- io irnliin iiteriiril una bur iriumrjr kim runiii K 1 JontiTron lliifnula Ala Hunt liy Mull or Kxprcni on rocf Int o o ioiu- uutut uuok iTirr era luulloci i rco CO AtUuta 0 HltlliHUIU JIUUIIMTOH SOLD Br ALL BKUMMT coast mica ask a man If ho is all right hero and ho tapped his forehead with his finger I am sonud of mind and body Well well colonol what docs It too early lu tho morning nil mean for joking and tho general yawned I havo to roport that tho vpy loft In my cliwrgo has escaped and through my Its court Good Lord I exclaimed tho general And tho oxplauatlou Thero Is noiio Tho genoral looked into tho melan choly eyo of Colouol Afoyuard and felt That Is a serious mattor Maynard romaiucd silent Â¬ Maynard was led away and tho court proceeded to consider n verdict Thero was littlo timo spent on it for there was but ono thing to do and that was to mako it guilty of tho chargo and guilty of tho specification Then bo gan n discussion of tho punishment Ono of tho members stated that it was personally known to him for of act that tho accused had one year before visited Chattanooga as a spy wlwu the place Hiirtur llill riw lr I true that the stream cannot rise nbivc lis source but no obscrvuntaMetidaut upou the Legislative Assemblies in Frankfort for forty years past can mil to kndw that tho average mi mbcrshlp of the Legisla tive department haa not fairly represent ed the people of Kentucky in intelligence and correct appr elation of the necessities of the Commonwealth There are good men for the placo in every General Assembly without respect to party politics but unfortunately this fractional part of the body is so handi Â¬ capped by tlio Igno nnce Inrnpacity demagogy and Indifference to the general welfare in severalty of the aggregate superiority of numbers that the better clement Is powerless for good Good common sense is as e fib lent in legisla tion ns legal knowledge and literary accomplishment Business capacity is as necessary to a Legislative Asiembly as lethal acumen or professional skill but with nil this the general welfare cannot be promoted by legislators who3o scope of ision does not extend beyond the boundaries of their own districts My people and my district and the effect of legislating upon such lines instead of looking oyer the entire atato and con slderingthe general w Ifnre regardless of the special interests of localities has cost the state and the people more money and greater inconvenience than nny other ft nture of uiuvisj legislation In state affairs ns well rwin national mat- Â¬ ter tho people select too many politi cians and not enough statesmen for management of public trusts too many specialists and not enough men of gen Â¬ eral business capacity too many men of and not enough men of nearness breadth of thought and liberality and too many men who have never learned tho difference between economy and parsimony Both of tho great political parties contain the proper material for legislators neither part need go to the other for such representatives When the people determine to send men to the GeneralAsscmbly whose abilities and inclinations are ample to wrestle with the important questions of State craft to be considered much of the cost Inconven- Â¬ ience and adverse criticism of state ad- Â¬ LOOK OUT will be ministration now existing eliminated and much more satisfactory Mr 11 C Canary is very low nt this conditions prevail Tho people ore tho writing sovereigns and when they neglect their Mr It T Canary has recovered from duty to tho state they cannot justly com- Â¬ plain of tlio consequences Frankfort au attnek of typhoid fover Rumor says thero Is going to bo n wed- Â¬ Capital ding in our midst very soon E W Bngby a prominent lawyer of MW S II Canary went to Owensboro last Paducnli Ky says that Dr Bells Pine week to remain somo timo on n farm Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ Win French went to Louisville last ing cough when all things else failed THE WELL KNOWN STALLION to a now remedy for all coughs For week spend somo time with his sister Its Henry French left for Evansville sale by Short A Hayncs Clovorport Dr R II McMullin MoDaniels M Meyer Tuesday night to spend some timo with his brother A Co Burns A Taylor Rosetta W Miss Nellie Basham has been the guest E Brown Irvlngton Ky A A Rich Â¬ ardson GarfleldKy irA R Morris Big of her cousin Miss Daisy Watlington Spring Ky W C Moorman Glen for somo time deano Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Quite a number from this community Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg attended tho Catholic church nt Flint Ky Island Easter Sunday A Mr nnd Mrs Nat Watlington were tho usee uxy The Silver Cause guests of her father and mother Mr and Again the great wave of European Mrs Durham of Hmdinsburg boiuo few news both British and German bears weeks ago upon its crest tho one word bimetal- Â¬ Messrs I B Payne of Harned and lism M P Payne of Hardinsburg were the i At tho official residence of the Lord to guests of Miss Birdie and Xio French last Mayor of London was held Wednesday Saturday nnd Sunday offeree the annual meeting of the Bimetallic Quite a number from this vicinity at- Â¬ League at which the chief speaker was sole is the leader of the Conservative party Rt tended tho pnrty given by Miss Zelma Those that went Hon A J Balfour His address was an Lay Inst Friday night elaborate argument for the restoration wero C M Bobbins Juno and Ruby unequlvocn and complete of silver as a Haynes Misses Birdio and Xio French is money metal A few years ago bimetal Â¬ sjdisses Annie Bennett Mary Bobbins lism was elonounced by the economists and Messrs Herbert Brunor and Alph to in to of England as absurd The sneer has Cashman of Union Sta- - Juno and Ruby gone from their lips now and many of Ilnynes were pleasantly entertained nt them are warmly in favor of it The the homo of Misses Xio nnd Birdio financiers in New York nnd elaewhero French somo fow Sundays ngo who turn up their trousers when it rains Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting Some folks will think that Dr Bolls in London will please make n note of Respectfully Pine Tar Honev is no better than tho patronage I am this change in fashion It is difficult to realize the immense common cough remedies until thoy try importance of this stand taken by Bal- Â¬ it Then they will know for themselves four A determined etlbrt is being made that its tho best on earth For Bale by in tills eountry to make it appear that Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr It Safe ajid Sura silver belongs to tho half civilized nations II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer A Ladies Friend 1 I and the less enlightened portions of the Co Buraa A Taylor Ilosetta W E TRADE WHITE T CROSS j MARK United States But here we have the Brown Irvington Ky A A Richarelson DKAFPLKMAN the widely known iplal lit after ycari of tudy has so perfected his jonrDrnrH leader of tho aristocratic party in Eng Garfield A R Morris Big Spring Ky EJ Whlto Cross system of mail treatment that he can now pint iloen not Uori FeuinleTuMetsn ntiuro land delivering an address in the official W OMoorman Glendoanc Ky P Sher- Â¬ cure at the sick and suffering a permanent Keg main nucireia trus 1eninlo their homes at a price that is astern lOJieiXOtB Oitnrnn ulntor money Â¬ ron Bros A Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott residence of the Lard Mayor of London lhtngly low Thousands are availing themST LOUIS XIO re teed or selves of this golden opportunity and hunlrlce 8300 telling his audience Hint silver must be Hardinsburg Ky funded dreds of testimonials are on file showing the efficacy of the treatment restored Atlanta Constitution All Ckronio Dis Â¬ Lots o Oood Eatin Louisville St Louis Texas 0 R Co eases Trcutcel A Valuable Find Mrs Rllda Day and Miss Laura Raw CATARRH DCtFNCSO After years of study and labor thoro lings respectively and jointly will ac- Â¬ BRONCHIAL AND tUNCJ PR 3STO pf hits nt Inst been discovered a sure and cept tho tnanks of the editor and his TROUalCtHtARTSTOM ACH lIVtR AND BOWCL neverfniling remedy It has been tested better J for a mess of extra fine mince- Â¬ OlStAtCt EPILEPSY UTS NERVOUS EXHAUSTION on patients who havo despaired of ever meat that in pics tlcked our tooth on luklnif Uffyct jabw SKIN DISEASES RHEUMATISM AND NEURALOIA being cureel the results have been in Tuesday of this week 1 fs an1 mn every caso wonderful GrolTs Rheu M 600 Qclck A M Sunday Do 30 1894 scientific treatment for Mrs Henry Hqrd of this place has all rrunr diseases matic Curo is unequaled aa a positive placed the editor and his hotter I under Oulclc and permanent cures guaranteed remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute obligations for n roll of tho finest Jersoy Wwt Bound IVuint Katl Bouml 7Vaiir New treatment for IlIUS and UICKR3 Young kidney Inflamntory ltheumntlsm Gout Lum- Â¬ buttor It has been our good fortune to BLADDER or old men suffering from POISON fil 68 BLOOD URINARY DISEASES Mull Mail bago Sciatica Neuralgia especially taste The very sight of tho rich golden INO WEAKNESS OR EXHAUSTION SCtUally Expri STATIONS Kxprs stoied to vigor health and happiness Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmonorrheea nnd lump made ones lips lubricate in antici- Â¬ Dr Appleman has associated with him a lull Dally Dally Dally Dally I staff of rzpert specialists who carefully con- Â¬ all kindred affections It is also a valu- Â¬ pation of the Joy in eating sider each case and prepare the proper rem Â¬ IvUnn txr edies Consultation and opinion frkb bv able Blood Purifier being especially uso Mrs Bullo UoJsoy has the thanks of mall Treatment furnished at the low rate of Wt 1olnt ful iu Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all the editor and his better j or a bounti Â¬ Howard 2 TO 3 PER MONTH Hock Haven Glandulai Enlargements and diseases of ful mess of flue pork sausngo seasoned as Write us freely and fully and enclose stamp Ioug II ranch tho Liver and Kidnoys It is absolutely she only knows how to season It and to for symptom blank No i Catarrh No a for Hranitenburg Men Nojlor Women Addtcts Kkron free from all narcotics Severe attacks iuiton which ye editor staff scribes nnd tho THE APPLEMAN MEDICINE CO Irvington from ono to throo days are relieved fa - CHICAGO ILL 373 E 43d ST satnnlu Imp all did ampin Justice Wcbtter and a pojltivo curo effected iu from flro Ioillburg Miss M arena J Havens of Index iitrce to eighteen days For Bale by A R Supple Morgan County will please accept the Stepheniport Fisher Cloverport Ky L T Bj FordsvlIe Branch St thanks of tho ealtor nnd his better I for Addison Holt a nlco mess ol fine spring onions am two Cloverport It Sound Finance Possible Under mammoth parsnips sent by her brother Shops TIME TABU No 24 Popular Government T SMIJmn Monrop who will accept thanks for their Hawcivllle Whenever the times become hard delivery in uood order Hazel Groen TAKING JFFEOT DEO 30 1894 letrle Xstt Bound Trains West Bound Trains lalcon whenever business Is depreisol money Ky Herald Cayce Daily BUl DalF turn Lewis port difficult to cam and tho country brought ex hull ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sub Powers no a No f Nofi Nol face to face with serious financial trou- Â¬ latet 10104 m Iv Irvington Ar Owciuboro bles a feeling of despondency Is sura to 11M uatoaia Mattlngly a rich man to draw a P t lakes Uttipm Haraed set in Under tho baleful influences f lUrdiniburg 1221 Stanley ckn pretty girl to draw s tfn- 12 M Kirk such perloela of distress as that through Worthlngtoa Jolly 110 Hop a horsp tq eraw a cart a I Heads which wo are now passing men of souse Oleodeane 12 SuottsvllU lunch to draw a crowd and DemDster J3S and Judgment lefae faith in the euccets of liM Iv JfrtM advrrtenent in the Kews ar KallsRoughl 1M tool rHiiJtn 230 K o van II Xtita Ml i to draw tlve trade r Cry Asklas Havsiwi KsHSHttO yaHrKHbcri TT T 1 TT TT 7 T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ democratic institutions nnd tlio wis lorn of majority rule It is ensy enough thoy say for the gfat mass of our fellow cltViiis to form a fairly correct Judgment on n question of pure politics Even if they fnil to form a correct Judgment even if they do adopt wrong standards pumiQ wrong methods and put bad men In power it Is still possible for ho community to be prosperous and happy I GRAND PRIZE FINEST CHICKERING PIANO though misgoverned But when the question to be dealt with is so intricate I 2d Prize Sidebar buggy and complex ns to bo bejondtlio comx iibuiuuitb xuu xiuyuic x ii4 prehension of the grent mass of mon is UUUU it safe to leavo it to bo decided by ninjor 4th Prize A Diamond Ring ityrule In tho light of our past his- Â¬ 5th Prize A Moline Farm Wagon tory tho answer is Yea Of all tho people of tho earth wo nre Ij2JUJ6 TOTAL VALUE 5 PRIZES tho most practical nnd the least theoretical Experience nbt theory has over The above prlica are ofTered to those been our guide Nowhere else do theo Â¬ Who construct or form tha largest num- Â¬ ries of finance theories of political econ- Â¬ i ber of words out of tho letters found la tho prize word omy of government of social organiza- Â¬ tion count for so little Nowhere eleo docs that wisdom gained by daily con- Â¬ -I-O -tact with tho affaire of lifo count for so UHDKTZ TH ESQ nUttBBl inutli The very Constitution under hez nmn won by the First The first prize Fifth Each contestant which we live irfa signal illustration of lnrg mt list ihe second will bo by the next subscriber to tho Omaha must prise Weekly World Herald for one yer and must send hi this It was quite as much a business as largest list nnd so on to the nf th bo Second The llt of words must writ- Â¬ dollar to pay for hla subscription with h n political necessity and boars all over it ten in Ink plainly must be alphabetic nlly arranged numbered signed by the Sixth Every contestant whose list cori the marks of a bitter experience Tho contestant and sent In beforo May 0 tains as many as thirty words whether H when the contest closes wins a prize or not wHl receive a prfrt dreadful state of trade foreign and inter Third Words used must be English folio containing handsomo photo engrave stuto the disorders of the currency the and must be found In the dictionary copies of sixteen famotui paintings sis If two wordi are spelled allko only one of each picture 10x13 Inches with his lack of a uniform circulating medium can be used Abbreviations obsolete lory of the painting nro the hopelessness of trying tompportn words and names of persons or places con- Â¬ Seventh In caso two or moro prize wlrf barred Lists purposely stuffed not nlng lists contain tho same number ol government which could not tax these sidered words the ono that Is first received wll Fourth The same lottor must not bo bo given preference were tho considerations which outweigh used twice in one word except tho letter Eighth ed nil others and moved our ancesters to T which may be used twice In any word shipped toPrizes will bo ton days ant wnners within awarded afto aa It appears twlc In the prize word tho contest closes f n mo and adopt tho Constitution In this country all questionsof great import- Â¬ Tho Omaha Weekly World Herald is tho groat froo coinage family paper of tho northwest Its editor is Hon silvol ance arc finally settled not by Presidents W nor by Congresses nor by the legisla- Â¬ Bryan tho champion of silver who has just rotired from con ture s of the States but by the hard com- Â¬ gross It is published in two parls ono of oight pages on Tuos mon sense of tho people who in their day and tho other of four pages on Friday of each woolr hencd own good time and way have heretofore for nows- - Its agricultural page VLmosA asB0Td ns a W Hervoy its literary department by adjusted all difficulties wisely John cd its houso hold articles and its short stories mako it a wojeomo visitor in Bach SloMaster in the Forum any housolaold Subscription prico L 00 per year Address Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is ditTereu from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying tho inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to the respiratory organs Guaranteeel and for sale by Short A Ilnynes Cloverport Di R 11 McMullin M McDaniels Meyer A Co Buras A Taylor Rosettn W E Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris IN THIS COUNTY Big SpringKy j W 0 Moorman Gleu deane Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg Ky PRIZES 1600Q 75000 Â¬ ju 7500 6000 Â¬ R-E-P-U-T-A-T- sl Â¬ J day WORLD HERALD Omaha Neb THE BEST COMBINED STALLIOE a MtMmMSiJF 3j - Harry Wilkes Jr Will make the present season at my far and at Hardinsburg 1 1 m ivpni xzui uuu xotn loth and 16th Holts Bottom and return each 9th day It costs no more raise a fine horse than does to raise a common one and when much easier for sale the well bred one and at a far better price Wilkes 16 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs 10 Service fee reduced from 12 sure a living colt Clubs of eight or ten forr TTjn liit rui C L HAWKINS HI EIf BE CURED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jSs 24 TIME SCHEDULE Â¬ Â¬ irPIw ht -- TC- I L Children for I Pltchtrs Castoria It iL ArFat4tlUl lttwfrM ffyWtfilWWSMW11 ivV - VrttNM THE BREiOaiSIHIDGH NEWS OLOYBRPORT KY Awarded Highest Honors World 3 Pair Ducking in plain and fancy stripes Sulzers Sublime Silk black for hulks skirts IRVINGTON Miss Fannlo Board has a beautiful lino Addison it Dick chant of Addison our popular mer- Â¬ did a big business here STEPHENSPORT Mr Peter C Brashcnr of Owensboro came up Sunday to spend a few daya f mt v I fc fcr fc of spring hats Chas Ilaiiimau wont to Cmiiiu IIou MIhH Bettle Klcbanlsoii of Ekron Is last week tho guest of MIbh Sallie Heliry Guy Dean of Owrnshoroj was hero If you buy your hat or bonnet front Monday Mips Fanfiie Board it is a guaantee of Itov Itutledgp wife and biby weiit to stylo Goshen Friday Mr nnd Mrs Paul Duron of Concor- Â¬ Mr Elijah Board Hardinsburg was In dia are visiting Mr Paul Frost and fam Â¬ town yesterday ily Theio was a big rush of tobacco wagons Littlo Nannie Pusey of Chicago is in town Monday visiting her little cousins Mary and Bes Â¬ Good management la tho secret of sie Wrather success in any business Next Sunday alternoon Rev George Ed Whitehead and Miss Anna Hum- - Cundiff of the Methodist Church South man went to Homo Sunday will preach here MOST PERFECT MADE Mrs J D Brashcar was visiting her Miss M Rlanche Jolly of K pure Grape Cream of Tarlar Powder Dewey Free torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant husband Sunday and Monday Heights Bpent Friday and Saturday Irish Lawns Hawthorn Lawns for with her brothcra family 40 YEARS THE STANDARD cool comfortable dresses Sulzers Spring and Summer millinery trimmed Notico to Subscribers Dimities creation of brightness all the nnd untriranied hats childrena hats The ilate on the label Indicate the time to now shades and designs Sulzers walking hats sailors Prices guaranteed which your subscription Is palil Thlt serves receipt in expiration notice every vDr William Milner aud son James both ai lower and styles superior to any other in week Kxamlho the date printed after vour name on the margin of thia paper and tee If it la Union Stnr went to Louisville Friday tho county Miss Fannio Board correct If not correct please to let ui know If Organdies real imported French goods A letter from Mrs Knapp brings the your time has expired please renew at once the seasons greatest novelties SUzara sad news that Mr J D Williams of Mt Mrs W H Bonnier is visiting her Wnon 111 Breckenridge News is dangerously ill with daughter Mrs W J Sherman St Louis pneumonia Wo hopo soon to hear of n Pluctt Serge lntest importation ab- change in his condition for tho better WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1895 solutely wntcrproof 50 in wide Suzers We wero pleased to seo the following Light Brahma eggs for sale Fetch persona from a distnnco nt church Sun Â¬ LOCAL BREVITIES 100 for 15 Mns John Nkvitt day strain Miss Jenn Hnrdln of Branden Â¬ Irvlngton Ky burg Mr and Mrs T B Henderson lints childrens sailors Sulaera Onos eyes linger long over our hats Webster Mrs Dr Frank Bewlcyvllle Orville Gregory has a new wheel they aro beauties and so cheap Mrs VUsses Ella and Hettio Schindler who J B Face Jr of Louisville is in tbj II V Duncan are receiving inatiuctiona on tho organ pent from Miss Filo Dellaven of Owensboro city Mnggio Greenwood arc mak Â¬ The Acme Brick works will start next Sunday with bis parents Mr and Mrs ing rapid progress and give promiso of places K Dellaven J week milking proficiency in musical perform Â¬ Mr and Mrs W II Gillespie of Belting black and whito also buckles Mrs Albert It Newman of Ovons ance Franklin Tenn wero in town a few Sulzers borolB the guest of her brother Capt T N McGlothlan had tho pleasure of daya last week Mr Gillespie Is con- Â¬ Mrs J C Babbago will go to Louis- Â¬ J II Rowland entertaining his particular friend Mr nected with tho Continental Insuranco ville this week Mr A B Skillman accompanied by Tipton A Miller Democratic candidate Co of NY Perforated stamping dono py Mrs J Ids daughter Miss Lizzie went to Lon- for R R Commissioner Bud Neut is W A Smith has been riding over the 0 Heist isvillo Monday an ardent admirer of Mr Miller and will county the past two weeks re districting Smith English has returned from It is not what you pay it Is what it most zealously stand by him in his can- Â¬ aud appointing new overseers nnd bauds Tennessee vass pays you to buy your hats from ine on the public roads Will ia n hustler With ten days of good weather the apMrs Lane of Webster a lady who had Mrs II V Duncan for good ronds which ia something old ple crop is safe Our spring lino of Monarch shirts ia nn extensive acquaintance in thia local- Â¬ Breckenridge is badly in need of and Mr 0 L Hawkins Hardinsburg was awaiting your inspection come in and ity died last Tuesday We understand we shall remember him In our prayers In town Monday that sho was sick only a abort time and for tho efforts ho has made see them Babbage New Prints well stacks of it cheap her death waa something of n surprise Jesse Eskridge Editor of tho Leader although I should say so Sulzers her health bad been very porr Every person big littlo old or young Yes a few more Laco Curtain Stretchers Hardinsburg was In town yesterday en for a year or more black or white ricli or poor who ha3 route to tho big Republican to do at left invest Jo day SulzorsServices at the Baptist church at 11 a over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro Mr John McDanlel went to Lonisvillo Owensboro in and 4 p m Rev W R Cullum nounco it tho best cough and lung rem Obituary notices and resolutions of preaches from tho 12th chapter of John Monday with his little daughter edy on earth Its true too bo wo guar- Â¬ Spring cleaning is on a cake of Bon respect inserted at 5 cents a line Par 23 to tho -- 0 vcttcs At tho close of the antee For sale by Short HaynesClov tiea sending in theso notices will please sermon three accessions to the church Ami a window a minute Sulzers erportDr R II McMullin McDaniela bear thia in mind by letter In the afternoon the Sacra Co Kuraa A Taylor Ro M Meyer Eugene Mrs Saml Conrad and Mrs B Skillman Cashier of the Bieck ment waa adniinittered preceded by a setta Ky j W EBrown Irvlngton Ky llayncs went to Louisville Sunday inridge Bank at Cloverport and one of sermon bearing on tho rite A R A A Richardson Garfield Ky William McGovern Adair was visit- Â¬ tho solid men of that section was n visi- Â¬ A delightful letter from a dear friend Morria Big Spring Kyj W C Moor- Â¬ week ing relatives in this vicinity last tor to Louisville yesterday Courier has tho following Do you know wo man Glendeane Ky P Shenon Bros Mr aud Mrs J W Meador of Skill Journal nro now enrolled on tho News list of Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Har- Â¬ man nru in tho city visiting relatives Undo Calu Hawkins was in town subscribers That ia ono dollar that dinsburg Ky Criinpolinc crinklo creamy stun with yesterday aud renewed his subscription may bo attributed to the Irvlngton cor- Â¬ dtdicnto inures makes up pretty Sul Â¬ for 90 Says if times got much harder respondent Ac PRESTON Now Mr Editor take zers not be ablo to renew next year off your hat and make us a pretty littlo hell George Frymire is happy to havo hia For sale two work horses cheap for But times aro going to get better they bow Certainly the politest I know wife aud baby at homo again ca9h or on timo L II Scherer Clover are getting betternow if we would only how to make Ed Sandy Hendry ia trying to get the port think so The Secretary of the Irvlngton circle agency to sell bicycles in this vicinity Clarence Keith of Lt itchfleld visited When the Texas goes a gunning she has received a letter from tho Superin A great many people from this neighhis parents this week lie says business goes a gunning She knocked tho C tendent of the General Bay View Assem Â¬ borhood went to Flint Islaud on Easter is good 0 and Langley out on the excursion bus Â¬ bly asking that a picture of tho circle Sunday last Tho O a I guarantee mynachine oiPlo be tue iness rate Sunday Owensboro 0 00madethe taken en mass bo sent him for the Mrs Frymire and Mib Gulllaud of 1 for out of cut Juno publication of tho magazine This best made and tho cheapest J II round trip to Louisville The Texas ia an honor only conferred upon ono oth Â¬ Chenault wero hcie visiting frienda tho Scherer whole pro- Â¬ er circle therefore the members appreci Â¬ other day Ciieap choice and- - charming aro our met tho rate captured the Mr nnd Mra Harvey English near cession Langley and all Tho Texas ate ttio compliment paid their circle nnd upring styles of millinery Mrs II V Stephensport wero heie not long since carried into Louisvillo about a thousand will make an effort to comply with the Duncan to see Mr Allen people the 0 0 less than fifty request F L Boyd left yesterday for Union Langloy says if ho didnt make any Hon Albert Barry of Cloverport via The reading circle had an interesting ited Mr and Mrs Wm M Frymire last town where he is assigned for tho next money he had a whole heap of fun meeting yesterday Tho work assigned Saturday and Sunday sixty days For whooping cough Cliamberlaiua each individual member was well done Mrs Lev Cashmau aud Mrs Rafu Tho largest bottle of the best machine By using The papers read by Mrs It B McGloth- Â¬ Knott aro tho happy poscssors of ono of oil for only lOcts at tho Wheoler A Wil- Â¬ Cough Remedy is excellent Homo it freely the diseaso is deprived of all lan Misses Greenwood nnd Wnshlngton those delightful kitchen ranges son office Cloverpirt ia no wero well written well read nnd afford comfort A Vargason of Owensboro was the dangerous consequences There J In giving the remedy to babies ed genuine pleasure to those prescut Hon Wm Allen has the sympathy of guest of his danghter Mrs G II dangor as it contains nothing injurious 2J and Our circle is nn assured success and the entire community in his great Mict- Â¬ Monday Robards Sunday and while the number is small tho work is ion Ho is suffering extremely from tho 50 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisher The Fifth Avenuols one of the most Cloverport Ky aud Kiucheloe Board interesting aud tho members express effects of a cancer If ever a man waa pleasant little hotols in Louisville Stop Hardinsburg Ky themselves well pleased with it and con- Â¬ loved and revered by his neighbors it is there the nexl timo you go up sider tho benefits derived from the certainly Mr Allen Wo aa a community course very bonetlclal Mrs Chas Miller Hardinsburg was cau not CBtiinato the many favors ho has DOUBLE TRAGEDY at the Willard Hotol last Friday thu A pleasant surprlso party was tendered shown us to say nothing of the sage guest of tier son Mr Alex Jones Miss Nelio Bandy by her grand parents counsel and timely advico ho was always Mr and Mrs Richard Bandy tho occa- ready to beatow No ono ever wont to A few choice 0 I C Chester and Scotch Poland China pigs for sale reason- Â¬ Arch Brown The Governors Son Shot sion being her seventeenth birthday Mr Allon in trouble without being com- Â¬ Tho refreshments cousiating of n variety forted How sadly wo realize our insig-Â¬ able B A Parks Clifton Mills To Death by Fulton Gordonof cakes icee fruitsand refreshing drinks nificance and helplessness ns wo gaze Judgo W T Owen aud son Thomas served from a beautifully decorated table upon his suffering and feel that wo are have feono to Breckenridge county to of enrly spring beauties culled from na- Â¬ powerless to alleviate hia pain although visit relatives Owensboro Inquirer Mrs Gordon Killed by Her Infuriated tures young garden added totho plensuiea our hearts aro ao jy Ming Wo can ouly Crafton Cunningham and his beauti- Â¬ of the occasion which judging from tho pray to and rely on Him who doeth ful littlo daughter Ada McDonald wero Hnsbund While Trying to Escape gay laughter and bright facta was an all things well and say in complete in the city yesterday from Cheuauli evont long to be remombered and cher- Â¬ faith Thy will bo done If yon think of shipping your wool to ished in favor of the recipient of the fa 1 Louisville you cant ship to a better A startling doublo tragedy occurred vow aa well as tho hospitable aud pleas Â¬ WEBSTER houso than tho Herndon Carter Co in Louisvillo yesterday afternoon that ant host and hostess B F Payne went to Louisvillo Friday Pred Waltora yns out driving Monday puts another blot upon tho fair namu of Thero la some talk of our school clos- Â¬ Kentucky Fulton Gordon slut to ing looking halo and hearty nil smiles on Ex Assessor Cnsliman was In town noxt Friday Wo hopo such will not death Archie Brown the son of Govern- Â¬ be for Misa Joying tho ride and seeing his friends Drury has well merited her Saturday T B Henderson went to Frankfort For thoroughbred laud and water or John Y Brown of Frankfort Gor Â¬ reputation as an excellent teacher and fowls and tho leading strains of swine don also killed his wife whtlo she tried tho children havo just reached that one day last week to make her escape The Nuwa gets no point Silas and Joel Jordan of Bewloyvillo see or write B A Parks Clilton Mills in which their rapid improvement particulars of the awful double tragedy should not be visited their brother hero Sunday checked by so long a vaca- Â¬ Dobiea Cofleo Economizer makes your but from what wo could learn over tho tion as from May until September for in Mra Payne has an assortment of beau coffee last twico na long Fits any pot wlrec It eeems that young Brown nnd that length of time all tho good accom- Â¬ tiful and fashionable millinery gooda Freo circular Arthur L Poblo Co Mrs Gordon were found togethei at a Mra Kurtz has been seriously ill hut plished in tho past three months will be Grant Bldgt Atlanta Ga disreputable placo in the city tho infuri In a glad to report her better at this writing manner I fear n waato of timo aud 0 Willis is at home Bob says he ated husband coming upon them shot BonStownrt called on a young lady tfont hear anything else talked of but Brown first and then his wife whtlu sho tneana whereas another month will cer- Â¬ bunuay in tlio neighborhood qi Irving silvor on tho trains in tho shops on tho tried to mako her escape Tho parlies tainly bo most beneficial to tho children ton So let the parents consider tho benefit to streols in ovory crowd It is silver aro all well known in Louisvillo and the Mist Lulu Coleman who spout the Irs S D Lloyd who has been visit greatest excitement prevailed there yes Â¬ tho children and continue tho echool winter with her aunt In Louisville la another month ing her mother Mrs Sawyer returned terday afternoon over tho affair Gor Â¬ expected home this week jiomo Monday accompanied as far ns don is In jail He formerly clerked at HOLT JVallaco Skillman n handsomo fireman Louisville by her sister Miss Lula Saw Â¬ tho Gait Hquso Archie Brown wad the of tho Texas ia spending a few weeks yer Governors privnto Secretary and affairs Mia It S Carter is on the sick Hat at hero visiting frienda and relatives about Ills own household heretofore It Is this writing Kgga for sale from puro bred fowls Some of our young people attended a Light Brali mas Buff Cochins Silvor said have not been of the best Brother S G Shully preached to a social gathering at Mr Richard Jlindys Irvlngton ono night last week They Spangled Hamburg Whito Leghorns well filled houso hero Sunday report a most excellent supper and a Brown Leghorns Hed Caps aud B riy- Mrs Frank Greenwood waa on tho IaitAEi IfotDEii Clr gopd timo of course uiotHh Hocks verport Ky Bilious and Intermittent Fevers sick Hot several days this week Tho cut worms havo proved themselves Mm J A Heaton and littlo sou are to have absolute dominion over all the The LouiavHlo cattle market was a which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ visiting relatives lu Hardinsburg clover fields in this community The littlo ofTyesterday Prices 10 to 15 conts tricts are invariably accompany Great damage ia being dono by cut- Â¬ farmers aro busy preparing now to give lower on all grades Hogs dull and them a mesa of corn ied by derangements of the worms to cropa In thia section lower Best packer 80 to 185 Mrs Mary E Lauo departed this life Tho Greenwood brothers shipped a Lambs 5 to G cents Stomach Liver and Bowels nlci lot of hogs to Louisvillo Sunday Tuesday April 20th aged 72 years Mrs Mr Vr II Lyons of Hancock county Lano united church Ho says be had J AiJIvstQii will opon up a atoro at at Webster with the Methodistego and WW in town last week forty three years a Ued c-- sweet potato plants which he The liver is the great driving McDanleh about tho first of Juno slnco hat timo baa lived an active de- Â¬ kft uncovered one night and during that Mr Galloway at wheel in the mechanism of guest of M Brook Pateavllle waa thoÂ¬ voted christian life- - Herriiaaltw were tiwe the cut worm got Into jt and cut Jlniua on last Sun interred in the family the Vanmeter every plant in the bd except three man and when it is out oforder day burying grouud near Garrett As I There were about 600 plant in the Mre Payae of Tobl import visited her stood over the coffin and beheld her the whole system becomes de- eon Grciu at A Idiaon a few days hut body encircled In that beautiful wreath ranged and disease is the result week I thought of the aogela aurroun ling tier shewed Jta baking pewter Mite Mary Wtherhpt wm the guest soul la Heve lhe sorrow triokeit jo pur or so grtat im ofMiea Auhj M Payne Toblnapcrt family have the heart Mt sympathy of Cure all Liver Troubles mm the Ibyal mUig Sunday tit oowtnuBity Suzcrs CREAM BAKING Â¬ last Saturday Miss Nnnnto Russell of Toblnpport visited friends and relatives hero Satur Â¬ day and Sunday Messrs Orville Skillman W 8 Dow Â¬ nier and Vlck Bowmer of Cloverport were in town Sunday Wo regret very much to loeo him from our midst but wish him success in hia new placo of business Col nnd Mrs J D Powers nnd chil dren of Owensboro wero up on their farm a few days last week Mr nnd Mrs J E Black of Clover- Â¬ port visited tho family of Mr Jake Miller Saturday and Sunday Misa Florence Lewie of Cloverport spent sovcral days last week with Misses Allie nnd Lilllnn Greenwood iMisses Bertha Maltingly and Tula Lewie of Cloverport were guests of Misses Eunicu and Lai Ho Manning Sun Â¬ day Miss Minnie Boiiltlnghouse who has been at work In Cnnnelton for tho past year returned to h r homo at this place Sunday to stay Odr quarterly meeting will be held nt Holts Chapel Saturday morning and Sunday ovening May tho 4th nnd 5th We n 111 be pleased to seo a largo crowd out Tho outlook f jr tho fruit crop Is very promising so far Wo will most likely have a full crop of moat all kinds except peaches and a good many of them in Â¬ HARD TIMES Didnt you know that the niiKiE News was MELT AWAY WHEN YOU OAN GET A Bbkckkn the Leader of news of this county R W Yatitflian reports buslneea good with all of hia companies in tho firo in- Â¬ surance Hue Mr B F Blaine after several weeks stay in tho South returned homo Sun HARD TIMES HAS HAEDTIMES t GONE t t t i LADIES Will molt AND t CHILDRENS it - When you DRESS FOR J 40c day morning Mr Murray Parr returned Saturday from Cairo Ills whero he has been vis- Â¬ iting hia daughter Regular services were held at tho Methodist church here Sunday by the pastor Rev Hartford Tho town was full of drummers last week and tho boys all bought a nlco lino of summer gooda from them Misa Georgia Hawklna returned from Louisvillo last week whero she has been making some purchases in tho millinery Hue Mrs Charles R Watlington and son Edgar left on Sunday mornings train for a visit to her parents at Evanaville Ind Put air slacked lime and wood nshea on your garden nt onco or tho cut worma will cheat you out of your early vege- Â¬ tables yMrs John B Stiff of the Mooloyvllle neighborhood loft thia point on Sundaya train for a visit to her son at Bowling Green Ky Mr John Bennett one of our old tlmo residents after n trip of some two or three weeks duration loft for his home in Louisville on Saturday mornings train Regular services will be held at tho Baptist church at this place by tho Rev Hunt first Sunday in May The text will be Blblo Sanctification Every body come t4444tt4t nway aee K X Our Drt ra Gooda X Dlsploy Tho closo tlmea will soon lio n thing of tho past Tho hard timo Boo Goo Man has gone Manu- facturea aro starting up money f l l I vwuuii una ueuu iiuurucu up is nun I 1 1 WHILE THEY LAST 5c VEST 1l seeking fields for investment With the budding of Spring everything has takon on now life full of vigor of tho now season over alert to meet tho ex Â¬ pectation of the public We havo started tho people of this vicinity to talking fVW p R I N G s From the Barren Hills of MEADE COUNTY s I To the Classic Waters of Rough p Prppk UIUbl N oitAVSOX COUNTY R And Away Down on Yellow Creek IN HANCOCK COlNT To the Highest Pinnacles on Dutch Ridge IN lHItUY COU Enthusiastic purchasers are spreading tho news of our elegant display of Spring Wash Goods cuter ideas neater weaves and moro delicate tints wero never displayed in this city before Its no wonder our store is nl ways crowded with enthusiastic buyers Our goods are always of the latest American and Foreign ideas o4 JG tft V WHEN YOU OOME TO US iN Â¬ OUTFITTERS MANKIND ORADLE TO GRAVE ALL r vjjta i ickcu iroin an ino larixo im port ing houses throughout tho country Mnlrn tia lmttnr nitnntml nml lnttm- - a calculated to supply your wants Â¬ FROM THE THE SIII7FRS j a Noltk n you Assignee come writ for 1 - Â¬ Â¬ 16 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ ill Â¬ Doctors Say The Secret of Health ThdVorMs pulr Tests bl pwr hv Tutts Uver Pills i It Is being rumored all tluough tho adjoining neighborhood that there ia smallpox lu Big Spring Wo tho undor algued physiciaiis of Big Spring tako Last Tin aday evening about dusk our to say that thero haa littlo town waa all excitement over the this opportunity not been a case of smallpox here nor ia finding of Ray Pullintns hat on tho Any reports creek bank about ono half mile from thero any chauco for it contrary to thia statement aro false town About 4 oclock in tho evening W II Stuotiikk M D Arthur Hanks waa coming down tho J K G11VY M D creok bank walking and happened to The four year old aon of Mr and Mrs notico a hat lying oa tho bank several CalTalbott while out playing In horso feet from tho waters edge lie knew lot last week pullod a hay frame over on whoao hat it was in an instant but know- - him falling on hia tight limb and break hlp olnt Ing the ownerapecullarltlcsjust thought ing It just below the he had probably tlnown it there and walked on up tho railroad a piece Ar- Â¬ thur came on to town and In a littlo suffers from headaches while the report was that Ray Piilliain who nd biliousness needs a med Â¬ could not be found After learning of Ray net being home since noon Hanks icine to keep his stomaoh made the report of finding hie hat A large portion of the male citizens of town and liver in good working formed a search party and proceeded at ordor For suoh people Rip once to the spot where Hanks found the ans Tabules nil the bill One hatband after dragging the creek for sometime the body wm found The tabule gives relief body wm hen laid on iie batik at the Jlpani Tbuli miy b sbUiMtl thtouglt your rtruggUt waters edge and Um eoroner wm tele- Price JSWU t lio -- You say you want your house barn storo stock c insured Well then write to R W Vaugban headquarters Stephensport Ky and Bob will insuro you sure Why dont some of tho biys get up a subscription to have Forest Blaines face and hands nlabastincd So ho wont havo to wear a mask and a pair of gloves any more forever Amen We understand from reliable sources that our friend R A Brashear has made qulto a Spec in oil Dick ia also running for Mayor of Gas City and if ho ia not elected why he will keep on running The ever smiling nlwaya grinning never souring never tiring energetic big four wero in town last week under tho firm namo of Bishop Crawford New- Â¬ man Cutter Co gooda aellers Not green goods though oh no yGeo McMillan baa moved back to Stephensport and wo aro truly glad be causu lie is a good souled fellow and can fix your shoes with tho very best solo leather so if you desire pour feet to havo a good soul why let Georgo solo your shoes Wo regret very much to learn of tho terriblo accident that befell Mr Robert Conn whilo at work on a trestle over Kentucky river nt some point Mr Conn wo understand fell and broke both legs Ho ia a brother of Pike Conn of our town Mrs R J Nnpper baa returned after spending a pleasant week with her brother Mr E Brashear Hawesvllle Mr Brashear haa built him a very ele Â¬ gant home it is said to bo tho finest houso in the county he Is doing n largo business in tho Hour mill On laat Wednesday morning about 10 oclock whilst Mr J Frank Shellmau was at work in tho field and hia wife about her household duties their oldest boy not yet elx yeara of ngo concluded ho would burn up n setting hen that had pecked him and mado him mad Tho old hen waa setting in tho hay in the barn about 125 feet from tho dwelling house Tho consequence was not only tho barn burned but the dwelling and all tho out buiidinga on tho placo were burned to tho ground The wind was blowing hard and in n short timo whero once stood a nlco residence barn and snioko house c waa a pile of burning Mra Shollman waa at home embers with tho children four in number and not another grown person wa8 anywaya near at tho commencement of tho firo and of course on account of the littlo tots sho waa not able to save anything for every timo sho attempted to go in tho burning dwelling the three older ones would follow The only thing saved of any importance was Mr Shell mans trunk which contained soino 10 or 50 and hut for tho arrival of Mr Fos- Â¬ ter McKaugbn thia tco would have burned In the barn waa a colt a littlo calf aud a bow and pigs all burned up Mr Shellmana brother Oliver lost all of hia clothing c besides something over 200 in paper nionoy Tho total loss will bo closo onto 1600 and tho worst of all not a cent of insurance Â¬ FOR BARGAINS BRING A OART cant samples and prices rtSWVlSVnSVt R emember And iiiuku the on the market that tho Irvington Milling Continue to buy your Go Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle SllCCp Wo sell Salt Brick Shingles Cement Bone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco Flour Meal and Mill Feed A 2 Fertilizers Corn Planters liny Rakes Wheat Drills Studebaker and Old Hickory Wagons Buggies nnd Spring IVnnnnn tVMO III1U IIIU U1I1J nil 1 1 it CaM 1UI1UUIU UCIi illiUVl llitlt J and Mower Binder Twine etc with n guarantee on each article Wo sell nothing but lirst class goods at at prices to suit times Remember tho best ia tho cheapest in tho long run Your inspection patronage and correspondence respectfully solicited wj piggoit IRVINGTON MILLING CO evvtVMkvtvtvvvvCHINTZ HOYALTY Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg IKVINGTON KY - COUNTY SUEYETOE Finding lost lines nnd Will attend to any business in tho lino of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners n specialty Breckenridge county solicited Also a Notary Public and can tako tho acknow Â¬ ledgements of deeds at timo of surveying if parties desiro it Address at Hardinsburg Ky phoned for but could not bo gotten Tho Magistrato then ordered tho body takoii to the residenco of Mrs Paulman Rays mother to bo prepared for burial HARDINSBURG KY The inquest was held next day by Judgo Will practico In all tho Courta In tho Jarrett and tho Jury nftor hearing tho County nnd surrounding District ovidonce returned n verdict of accident- Â¬ al drowning in tho waters of Sinking Air AN Kl- - iintlciiunor laily toell Ootic V Aluminum ColUe lxiinopilrr j tin any creek noar town Services wore held at cullce pot t iivcf one tlilnl thu collcc Arthur L Palilc A C 0 drant Hull dlntr AtUnU iu the houso at 2 oclock by Bro Geo Mc Cubblna after which the remains wero taken to tho family bnrying ground and interred Coal Reduced Tho Celebrated Falcon Coal delivered screened lump 7Jc per bushel by the load Nut coal thirty thirty bushels or moro in your mouth indicates Bilo and rhows that bushels or moro Co per bushel your bloods wrong R II Pimm ATTORNEY at LAW 1 R N Miller1 THAT TASTE BIG SPRING NEATS SARSAPARILLA will et your Mood right and euro your Dyspepsia Sick Head ache Nervousness Aches and Palm Tone you up all over Try one bottle nnd bo sure to ask for Neati Â¬ Neats Sarsaparllla Is for sale by Ky AR FISHER Druggist Cloverport The Aver age Man iTABLERSDTI D BUCK EYE IIUD it OINTMENT iCURES HOTMHG BUT PIIES I and CERTAIN OURE 10 years as tha BEST REMEDY fcr PILEtj A SURE known for xv aiu MID 00 W5 ocarSIOUIMOK uaiUitTi r fyH m f- - 1HiWfVlsWr9FA rmriftwrfjjic F PfTTTo 6 Highest of all in Leavening Tower Latest THE BRBOKENRIDGK NHWS OLOVKHPOHT US Govt Kcport It Is n OLD Baking RoYal Powder U0031 ABSOLUTELY PURE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY CHATTERBOX ALL OVER THE STATE HE IS DESPERATE News 1 FOURTH DISTRICT A Lively 1893 How Some Girls Kiss Written for the News by G AJonks Fight For The Democrat ic Nomination Next Timo The Union Star girl will smile on you Until your like to smother She boldly assaults your whiskered chin Anil Mttci you for your mother I departments appointed under tho present administration are being urged to organ izo systematically fortho purposo of con- Â¬ Tho story teller tells his jokes so often While it is just about a year before tho Tho date of holdln the Itenublican ducting tho contest along tho lines laid candidates for Congress will thtit ho after a while believes them to be State I Democratic In spasmodic little sips Convention has been changed to down in tho presidents message j begin to prance aroundtho district the true Wo have all at some time antic Â¬ June 5 The Harillnshurjr girl reuiocth her specks Many of the higher officials who en- Â¬ indications aro already plentiful that ipated an ovent that wo never realized And freezes her face with u smile Hay Paulman a half wltted boy about joy reputations at homo as stump speak Â¬ hut received just as much enjojment aa there will bo a field full of colts Then sticks out her lips like an open book And chewetli her wax meanwhile Tho defeat of Judge Montgomery last if we had This reminds mo of a would- - twenty years old was drowned in Sink Â¬ ers will probably take to the field early Built late in the season of 1894 and thoroughly full by a Hepubllcan is generally con be Crystal wedding that I attended a ing creek at Stephensport a few days in the summer and others aro oven now The Cloverpnrt girl the pride of our county In her clinging soulful way engaged in writing letters to their local in equipment sidered by the politicians of the district few weeks since 1 will attempt to ago Absorbs it all with a yearning yearn A company at Hartford havo leased papers or personal friends impressing as retiring him from tho Congressional describe It It was ray fortune to bo one As big asa load of hay field and whether this is truo or not of tho invited guests As usual I was about 8000 acres of territoy in Ohio upon them tho importance of sustaining Si The Lodlburg girl so gentle and swcit nearly every county has a Richmond among tho first to arrive thereby gain Â¬ county for the purpose of boring for oil the administration in tho position It has Many riders prefer a Lets her lips meet the coming kiss outlined Federal ofilcers in tho several waiting and determined to enter the ing a good chanco to observe closely gas and minerals large front wheel for With rapturous warmth the youthful souls field Tho district presents about the each ono as ho or sho came In There Uncle Bob Doss an old colored man states will bo organized as a nucleus Iloat away on a sea of bliss the added comfort and samo opening for Congressional honors wereonly a few of the most intimate at Owensbo o who served as janitor ease of steering it affords For these we have made the The Itock Vale girl gets a grip on hcrsilf in about which all who uphold the admin- Â¬ now that it did when Proctor Knott laid lady friends with their husbands present Model 30 witli 30 Inch steering wheel and call it Model 36a Steel rims only As she carefully takes oil her hat Mr fcweeneys office for over forty years istration or rather who aro opposed to Then she grabs at the prize In a menacing way aside his mantle baring and excepting Each lady wore a costume from Worth was much affect d on learning free and unlimited coinago of silver of his the Like a terrier shaking a rat Wo havo only a few ot these Special Touring Wheels will bo expected to rally one very material diflerenco There are Then a Mrs Siwtkaw looked magnificent in death and prompt ordering Is therefore advisable They aro The Addison girl grasps the mans mustache nearly 200000 government Ofilcers post Â¬ nomination was equivalent to an elect black crelon trimmed with satin ribbon Tho whiskey dealers of Bowling Green With a grip as tight as glue tig Jlleycle Ilargalns Consult tho Columbia Agent ion now to say tho least it is extremely and spangled chiffon Mrs Namoor was aro internal revenuo officers trying to get tho City Council to masters And opening a little her ruby lip customs officers district attorneys and In- Â¬ doubtful Tho nominee must bo a clean elegantly attired inpeau de soio trimmed reduce tho retail lulls the kiss on like a shoe liquors licenso from Pope numerable contractors scattered through honest man with a good record behind with laco and velvet ribbon Mrs Co Sample KyApril jj j 500 to 100 him and the nomination must bo won Trams appeared unusually handsome in out tlio country These will be expect Â¬ Genoj al Offices HARTFORD Conn Factories and It is said that Gov John Young Brown ed to do tho aggressive fighting with clean hands FALLS OF ROUGH figured crrpp tripple collar of chifTon in tho who is a candidato for tho United States field Doston New York Outlato Providence Chicago San Francisco Hreckinridgo county will undoubtedly edged with Valenciennes and will bo amply furnished with lace Mrs Miss Lillian Stono is iuito 111 with In present tho namo of David It Murray Dramlow gracious and beautiful wore Senato will tako tho stump about May documents and all necessary sinews of 1st and speak in every county in the war from He made a canvass of tho district last figured indin silk trimmed with chiffon grippe Washington state Nearly all of the cabinet officers will Preparations nro btsinj unide to cele year against Montgomery and while he lace and ribbon Mrs Nancud always Willie Hoops of Henderson is dead take the stump for onoormoro speeches was beaten ho mado many friends in all charming wore taffeta silk pompedour WM 0 ALLEN brate May Day Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford Bicycles tho counties who aro inclined to vote design trimmed with laco and glace vel- Â¬ from eating Easter eggs It was suppos Â¬ Secretary Carlislo will certainly make Dr Busli the dentist is a finest at Mr for him again vet Mrs Razeif was lovelv in black net ed tho coloring matter on the eggs was two or moro speeches in tho Kentucky Cloverport Ky He is an honoralil Frank Peytons hotel gentleman and a first class lawyer and point de esprit with belt and collar of poisonous campaign Secretary Morton will doliv- Mrs L Green is a zealous worker In while he showed in his last campaign en am satin ribbon Mrs Shlliw inter Â¬ If Joo Blackburn gets on to Curlislo on or an address in Chicago and perhaps J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BltCOKS the preperntions or our May Festival that ho was not well equipped for a rougli esting and sparkling wore black brocaded tho silver question it wont bo ten days ono in St Louis Secretary Herbert and Gardens are looking well and tlio pros- Â¬ and tumble fight on the hustings still ho satin Dresdou design satin ribbon collar oeiore lie will be on n dead run back to Congressman Clarko will probably speak pect for a bountiful supply of vegetables has rather tho call on tho boys and un- and bolt Mrs Gabbea whom every Washington in Alabama Postmaster General Wil- Â¬ CO BROOKS is good less money cuts a big figure in tho conono loves and admires was attired in Tho Fiscal Court of Anderson county son is being urged to go west and sneak test tho man who wins the nomination her usual lino taste in pale blue morio has ordered on election Mrs Frank Peyton lias returned from on free turnpike in Illinois and Indiana and may find Glendeane where she has been visiting will have to beat him antique trimmed in laco with blue and a petition asking for a similar elect- Â¬ timo to do so lato in the summer Dave Smith of Lalttie has sent word spangled iti design turqnoiso ornaments her sister Mrs 1 C Moorman Tho President is represented as being ion is being circulated in Woodford to some of his Hardin county friends that Tho ladies sat in circles about tho par- Â¬ thoroughly in earnest In tho proposed Mr Johnson Dean of Glendeane fin Kentucky Republicans seem to be on crusado against free and unlimited coin ished planting corn Thursday morning ho expects to ho a candidate Dave is as lors with arms folded and each allowing a boom for Bradley ago of silver and will leavo no stouo unApril Loth and all of his hands went fish Â¬ good a politician as there is In the dis- Â¬ aTiilby foot to peep from beneath tho Judge Harr has decided that Mercer turned to prevent tho freo silver trict and barring Judge Montgomery he above described dress while they dis Â¬ ing in the afternoon senti county must pay tho 125000 of bonds ment from gaining headway CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP is tho best He is a hustler nmong the cussed the iashions of tho day and to crush To day is quite showery which will subscribed to tho Louisville Southern boys a fine organizer and a superb Tho gentlemen sat in knots expressing it out if possible As tariff reform was put a stop to corn planting for a while Owensboro capital is after the J G the test of party fealty In his i ampalgu stump speaker He undoubtedly hurt their opinions in regard to tho Silver fsomo kind of worms are doing a great BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVIL1 h KY himself some last year by declining to question In duo time it was announced Mattingly Son distillery for tlio Presidential nomination activo deal of damage to clover meadows run after ho had been pre3ed so hard that supper was ready a marriage feast Mains circus which exhibited hero support of his demand for tho repeal of There is a free expressman making from all over the district that I will not attempt lAyftyiyiiiAYvAvVVHl1 but ho mav decrepit man and wifeto describe The about ten days ago met with some trouble tlio bnerman purchasing clause tho test LODIBURG or hridn nml regular trips over dirt road from the Falls be able to recoup and as a neighbor we groom I should have said took tho lead at Evansville Ono of the features of the of party fealty will be uncompromising to near the mouth of Uock Lick All wish him fair sailing A good aud loving woman is gone from and wo march to tho dining room show is a Hon that rides a horse around opposition to the freo and unlimited who wish anything from that part of tho Whlln there I was too busy to take tho ring While W C McCord of Washington county in the ring at the even- Â¬ coinago of silver by tho United States us Miss Annie West died of consumpcountry should patronize him wants to go to Congress and ho is almost much observation Occasionally a laugh ing performance nt Evansville tho ani independent of international agreement tion April 10 nttho home of her brother was provoked by a funny joke prepared Messrs Iticlinrd May John Monarch certain to try it next time Like a for the occasion I could not but mal broko away and made a dash for the Perfected stato organizations with this J II Avitt near Lodiburg Mrs Wests Jones Mercer Liwrenco Miller Will number of other young men ho thinks however the different stylo eachnotice audience Iustantly there was a panic end in view are now being formed nnd illness has been of long duration but sho held Hook and nfuw others of Ilardinshurg his chanco lias come and will go in to the glass Tho gentlemen would grasp among men women and children Tho these organizations will be extended to had only been confined to her room have their tents stretched on tho shady win Ho would make a most creditable ii un ii miwu it woiiiu gei nway aim Hon vas finally caught for three weeks All who know her and restralnad the counties and even into districts the ladies some would delicately clasp banks of Hough river where it is conven representative too Ho has a well poised it with could seo sho was fast declining Sho ono finger nnd thumb others After tho excitement was over it was ient to haul in the fish KIRK bore her sufferings as a puro christiau intellect is a good speaker and n hard with Uo fingers and thumb and each found that three of the ribs of a woman She has been a truo member of the Misses Maud Lyons Helen Urown student His location at tho end of tho had a different curve for tho little finger who had been trampled wero broken Health of community good While seated at the table tho following Baptist church nearly ten years Just Jennio and Hell Davison Jauio Debbie district is rather unfortunate but still if poem Army worms have invaded Marion arranged for tho occasion was means so much more than Drummers wero plentiful last week two years and six months ago to the day and Lizzie Hryant went fishing for Hach he could get Washington Nelson Mar recited by the eldest daughter in county and aro Injuring tho crops grand you imagine serious and Â¬ John Beeler went to Cloverport Mon- her husband died of consumption She flora last week but they only caught ion ana Hullitt he would bo very form- Â¬ style and fetching elocution after which The Clark County Fair Association day me crown dispersed fatal diseases result from had been married over nine years Sho ono Widower They said there were no idable has decided to hold a fair at Winchester In the other end of this district there We meet to day in glad array Huse Jolly McQuady was hero Mon- Â¬ was quite young aed 25 years4 months more lisli in tho river Somo ono had trifliner ailments - neglected Crystal Aug 21 22 and 23 J and 3 days beautiful and of tho purest day been there before them and cleaned the is Dr Pendleton of Ohio county Ho is Thiswelcome wedding to celebrate We Don t play with Nature s you and heartily too Ilazelrigg Nicholas living three miles a wealthy physician immensely popular And ask you to hear what I relate character aud nono knew her but to love Miss Efllo West went to Ilardinshurg clatter with tho ono exception H Greatest p ift hea th frem Morehead attempted to rob his Tuesday her So God has called from our midst A special train of three coaches caino wherever he is known and well equip- Â¬ How my father and mother accepted each other 11 rou are feel ntr lor better or worse I haye heard them say grand mother of her pension money and Hayden Durham West View spent n one of the loveliest and purest of women down from Louisville last wee for tho ac ped in ovory particular to make a good And if belled when the not was out of sorts weak tied caught a hullitt instead ono who nover had nn enemy and who few hours in town Tuesday and generally ex commodiation of a number of disting representative and certain to bo elected Jutt fifteen years ago to day hausted nervous Mrs Net Phelps Louisville visited was loved by all who knew her J Hull Davidson ex mayor of Lexlng have no annetlte uished men who enjoyed a few days if nominated Tho doctor has several A future bright twas their delight and cant work times been urged to run for Congress but To trace the path through During her illness Miss Capple Deacon ton was fined 50 and sentenced to ten her sister Mrs John Beeler last week fishing at the Falls begin at oncetak Among them was coming years Misses Lulu nnd Bettlo Hook Ilard Â¬ was a faithful nurso to her aud kiid Ohio county may To plan a way for a rainy diy days in jail for carrying concealed a Mr Charles Hallnrd tho man who has has always declined tie Mrengthenlnj TL inshurg wero in town shopping Thurs Â¬ friends did nil they could to restoro hor deadly weapon made so much money on his fluo Hour insist upon it so strong now that ho will And be as one In pleasure and tears ivMiviiniiviililt- a Browns And they agreed in time ol need iron to health again but God wanted her to And he says his success is duo largely to como out His candidacy can only bo Adown the stream to pull together There were ninety two deaths in Lou- Â¬ day Iters A lew bot t ties cure benefit regaided among tho probabilities Misses Ellen and Mnttie Mattingly reign with tho angels and so ho called advertising isville last month caused by pneumonia On a recent trip to Furopo In their little humc they lived alone I comes from the If Judge Montgomery decides not to Awhile and then there was another I very first dose ir Hall wero here ono day last her away to dwell with him Wo tho gentleman says tho first object that Louisville is soon to have a new tele Planters I wont tlain ycur thought It very hard indeed to give her met his view was tho advertisement of run we have heard that his friends A household pleasure a household treasure Itttth and It phone connection with Evansville Cin week 1 I pleasant to take Miss Jennio Hlnton spent Saturday up hut she is not lost to us yet his Hour Ho has received tho compli would bring out Hon Hen Johnson the A name was first quaint cute historic cinnati ana Nashville She leaves ono little son eight years afternoon with her sister Mrs Ellen ments of tho Queen of England on tho Collector of the Fifth District Tho Col- Â¬ The bbe to sae of course they gau Senator Lindsay says he will stand by Wincholl famous lector is a strong man politically old several brothers and sisters and other He Is Theday they tea and paregoric superior quality of his Hour Ily talked nnd night they walked Grover Clevelands financial policy a clear headed and a long headed man And Dr II Board Ilardinshurg was out relatives with a host of frlonds to mourn Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver as agreed they pulled The King of Hades is surely trying to Small pox has appeared at Middles who sticks to friends through thick and They lived In glee a familyleather last week doing somo dental work for her loss irouoies I neuralgia tf three influence the temper and actions of our borough Awhile and then there was another Her remains wero taken to tho Walnut Miss Millie Sheeran Constipation Bad Blood minister List Sunday night the con thin and fights his enemies His candMr John Monarch returned Thursday Grove cemetery April 18 and interred Malaria William Whltclauf at Paducah shot Nervous ailments gregation unknowingly were about ten idacy would create great enthusiasm A family of four was hen the score The father began to open his Womens complaints and killed hi cousin while they were from Falls of Rougli where he had been in tho presence of a largo crowd minutes late On arriving at the church among those who like him while his A financial view he saw was eyes due Get only the genuine II has crossed red For her dear Walker do not weep on a ihliing expedition seated at the breakfast table tHey wero most ungraciously mado enemies would try to set tho woods on And less attention to babies cries lines on the wrapper All others ai e sub fire against him Tho strongest argu- Â¬ To I know she would kindly say Miss Maggie Wbeitly Ilardinshurg stitutes fjn recein of two ac stamps wo John Baker at Harrodsburg killed his nwaro of tho fact by seeing tho lights put brae the storm without alarm will send set of Ten Beautiful World Whiit love you six year old son with a pistol which ho ppent Saturday and Sunday with her sis- Â¬ A n J eremost you long sleep cannot keep out anil the doors closed hi their faces ment that could now bo used against Again they lashed their sails together lair Vliws and book free deaths him would bo that ho could not bo elect They ceased despair with a zeplier fair ter Mrs Laura Mattingly Baltimore mo did not know was loaded So surprised and shocked wero they that We two slinll meet some day ed if nominated on account of tho hosti- Â¬ Awhile and then there was another Mr Fred Fraize and family MoDanlols lor a timo they wero muto A FlllEND Soon somo Ex Congressman A B Montgomery In sad amaze the father prays were on the train Thursday enrouto for little girls went down and politely invit- Â¬ lity of the A P A and disappointed of Ellzabethtown has been appointed by PENNYROYAL WAFERS Is this the straw that breaks the back ollice seekers in tho revenuo service Henderson where they will make their A ipwina monthly mMidne for 41i ed tho preacher to return as quite a President Cleveland a merabor of the inn can i sianu another demand Bucklens Arnica Salve to reloiM tvntl rt fCiUt tho invruca Hut if ho should decide to run it will be And guard future home producing free heal thy ami ptUulesi the door from the wolfs attack I crowd had gathered about tho closed Dawes Indian Commission at a salary of Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuta Jcuarff No aches or pilot on ap proach Novr iud by over 80000 Udies doors but ho refused After that sing after considering all tho points thon Vouve doubtless heard about the bird 5000 per annum Bruises Sores Ulcers SnltlthoumFever uncaused wlUu4afffia InTroittti That cathes the worm replied the mother MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL thM organs Iiuy vt your druffirU Ing was proposed and procuring tho keys look out for him Sores TetterChappcd HandsChIlblains only tho with our Urnatur aci om Tho Owensboro Populist says that Tom Judge Hurton of Marion Jas AVoith With her admonition he doubled his ambition facts ot label Avoid substitutes BoaM tho church was relighted ami all went in ENDOH8K Awhile and then there was another Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos- Â¬ particular mall I xa stamp tt 00 per Pettit cannot get the nomination of tho am of Grayson and Frank Straus of box Adds fcUlUCKA OBLM1CAL to enjoy an hour in singing their Mak itively cures Piles or no pay required So now recall were four In all Populist party for Governor Hullitt aro all known to have congress- Â¬ er a praise A great many sinners wero And daddy says theres none to spare It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ For sale by CHAS C MARTIN ional ambition but nothing has been A Tho Louisvillo Board of Tiado will little more noise a few more toys there that night Hut does n minister of PractlcilDrcggiit faction or money refunded Price 25 send a committee of fifteen to represent heard from them about KHzabethtown Hut each he says shall hate its share ClOVKUJOItTKV tho gospul think to make christians out cents per box For salo by A It Fisher it at tho Memphis Sound Monoy Con- Â¬ lltv John lMijm Danville Ay ami if they aro thinking about running And mania thinks we are sweet as pinks ofthera by provoking them to anger next And smart and cute and Is proud to say ference year they aro keeping it to them Â¬ It is a mystery to me almost a miracle Does ho think that angrily chiding and The worlds as blight and life as light Tho Now York Times says And selves About forty Madison county corpora Kev 7 Mttk Cattktttburg Ay As filtecn years ago to day tin i uiiiiuig meiii win win ineir love or now when tho lncomo tax law has been There aro two men in the district who tions have been indicted for failure to EaWTCTOtM WH fctfft i I have used the Electropoise for five respect I think not Our prayer meet Â¬ if tlioy wanted to go to Congress could imhI file roports witli the Secretary of State years and find it Invaluablo as a curative condemned as to tho most Important of ing has been broken up bccauBo some From earlv child its provisions and the least important Established 3H Teurs Treat male or fo have the nomination tendered to them silly young people w oie rudo enough to uialn case of ex or sliiEle Te coal mines at Basket Henderson agent especially is it efficacious in cases by what is purely an accident of litiea posure married excesses cirinImproprieties Â¬ hood until I was abuses grown my family county are line owing to a disagree of feeble women and dollcato children laugh during the services The minister on a sliver waiter and could win in tho Monrfumliipiirt UKIIXrUAUANTUIIU tion In tho lower courts are left to work iimiits furnished Avlien dnalred Question xnrnr n inrTiin ment between the miners and the oper Jleit Hubert Barrett JMuimlle llaplitt became very angry and spoko to them November election hands down They tho moat glaring injustice we should lllank aud Hook free Call or write irvine io cure me of th H mj ii are ex Gov J Proctor Knott of Marion atom roughly and Impolitely which of courso Seminary visited Hot Springs and was treated like in all soberness and kindness to andex Gov 8 H Huckner of Hart by the best medical men but was not i instead of doing good did a great deal of Electropolsd curod after nil other ask those Democrats who forced it on benefited Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old remedies failed When all harm If our minister would go in his There is llttlo likelihood of their candi- Â¬ their paity what they think of their dacy Mr Knott says ho has retired tilings naa failed living at 018 Monroe street Paducah llev W V Bruce UoutlonvilU closet and pray earnestly and slncerily to Ay determined to try S S S and In work 7 Do they not now see that H from public life and Gen Huckner is Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honoy tho Great God to help him control his four months was entirely cured The Electropoise cured opium habit would havo been much belter in tho now a candidate for the United States Is the best grip cure cough lung and temper and make him a polite and kind icmoie eczema was gone not a sign past and will be much better in tho lltv Geo Mean Covington Ky Senate of It left my generalhealth built up bronchial remedy that has been offered man he would seldom have cause to In one night the Elcctropoleo relieved future to try to manago this Hepublia and I have never had any return of to the people during hor life Guaran- Â¬ chide If ho corrected tho rudo ones on the well established and time-honbrain congestion and vertigo A lady at Tooleys La was very Blek teed and Bold by Short Hay nea Clover- Â¬ kindly and politely they would feol ed lines anl not seek b the abuse of with bilious colic when M O Tialer a nvnmnundAl WiJilaWIIWM port DrIUIMcMullinMcDaniela M Bhamo instead of angor Thus he would S S S toa number of Mends for skin dli We could fill this papor with similar the taxing power to apply the principle Meyer Co Bursa j A Taylor RpsetU gain the love and respect of all Very prominent merchant of the town gavo easts anJtuvtntver yet known a failure to of so called Sociallm which tend to the tun W E Brown Irvlngton Kyj A A report but hlpk this sufficient to inter Â¬ utui w IKWIN irwln p soon there would bo more christians and her a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Nsrer falls to eurs est you in sending for book on the sub Â¬ disintegration of society and are forelgu Cholera and DIarrha a Hemedy lie Itlchardson Garfield Kyj A It Morris fower sinners Ten alter all other i remedies Our Electropoto rented four to tho sensible practical ami Just spirit says sho was well in forty minutes aitr vM TreailMon hat and Big Spring Kyj W O Moorman Glen Â¬ ject ot health Ww Blood ol too American people MKI11 I1IUUIA months for 10 taking the first dose For sale by A It deane Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Cry W MIMf PHVIfH Fisher Cloverport Ky and KIncheloe Kirk Ky Home Scott Hardlueburg DUBOIS WEBB SWMT8KClfGG0MlMiili Gouts flue black how Hertnsdorf Board Ilardinshurg Ky Ky MO toHrtk 4vmh LoHlivUla Ky brawl for 20eta at Babbagea Klitabethtown News Take thy form Iroiu oil my The Steplicnsporl ifirl neither sigh nor pines Nor acts In a manner rude Hut goes about kitting in a business way Which catchca the average dude The Sample rIiI will first refute Jutt to have you Inalitand plead Hut vhen the finally does content Her klitct youll confcti take the lead The Slendcane girl bows her stately head And Axes her stylish lips And in a firm hatd wav lets them go Haifa Dozen or More Candidates Certain to Enter tho Hold debated question which nfTbrdt more ph acu e anticipation or realization Tho samo might bo Bald of Imagination That is tho Imagination often gives as much plenMiro or pain as realization And If wo jleld to It lakes coinpleto possession of tho mind Just hero the following story is propably appropriate A man immagiued ho was suUbcating for want of fresh air In his vain attempt to raise the windows lie as he thought broko tho glass Ho then lay down and slept in tho greatest comfort Next morning ho found ho had smashed the glass doors in the book case Tho sub ject of hypnotism has such faith or al- Â¬ lows his imagination to take such com plete control of his judgement that ho becomes irresponsible for his actions under the Inflience of tho Hypnotist Think of the pleasuro of tho novel- reader while reading a fictitious story Think f the excruciating agony of Poe when writing the lUvcn Hesayp Â¬ MMMMMMMMiMMMMMlsMMlMMMMM ing trial Hon J Proctor Knott is n free si Tver man Stato Senator Goebel who murdered Ranker Sanford at Covington some weeks ago was acquitted on an iximlii Cleveland Expects All Offico ers to Fight for Gold Hold- Â¬ Model C Leslio Johnson was arresUd at Hend Â¬ erson charged with passing spurious THEY MUST ORGANIZE AGAINST 36 GOLD OLUMBm 1 money Mrs T P Burke sister of Dr John D Clardy Congressman from tho Secoud Kentucky District recently died in New York For Tourists For Heavy weight Riders V If They Do Not Loso Assist They May Their Job TAKE A QLi ftylt the butt ubo my door Take thy beak from nut my heart and V doorP The Standard Oil Company is making an elttrt to absorb tho entire oil territory of tho Hlg Sandy Valley field In this state Joe Blackburn has challenge J 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