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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vt J fiwtH rt- - i Hi4itMiHweJ m- - - U ii m f- - Pvf t lymnTlita THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX CLOVEBPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1895 NO 42 CIRCULATION THE KILLING OF ARCH m 1894 119600 IU JANUARY 1895 11900 PEEHUAHY SIROCCO 9970- - MARCH 9735 BROWN AND MRS GORDON The Cfouple Discovered in a Liaison and Both Are Shot to Death Gordon Tells the Story of How the Tragedy Occurred and GORDON SOME PERSONAL HISTORY of BROWN - ISI fyf -- - his wounds covered him His feet lay toward the bed which was in a mussed up condition as if it had been but lately occupied The body was taken to Kings undertaking establishment and five pounds were found on it Two of tho bullets went through his heart Mrs Gordon was taken to Cralles un Â¬ The Post day tlio tragedy occurred dertaking establishment and two bullets says Fulton Gordon killed Arch Brown and were found in her body Coroner Hood was called and made ar- Â¬ then shot and killed his wife Nellie Bush Gordon in a house of ill fame kept rangements to hold tho Inquest at Tay- Â¬ by a low negro on Madison street in this lors saloon at 5 30 this evening city of noon to day xiin sTinicJGir Gordon hud known of an intimacy exiting between his wife andyoung Brown Only Gordon Can Tell Wliut O- Â¬ son of the governor of Kentucky and ccurred In tlio Mloodllcipnt yestorday ho applied to the police to tcriMl ICooin place a watch over his wife But they Only Gordon can tell of tho awful failed to do so and he took the matter in his own hands and as a result th hor- Â¬ struggle that occurred in the front room upstairs where Anh D Brown wm rible double murder occurred Gordon kept a watch on his wife and found dead lying in a heap beside the dresser nnd under arr opon window All Faw her meet with Brown and followed them to the bagnio kept by tlio negro over tho walls were great spots of blood When thoy reached the place tlioy were and the furniture was tossed about in met by Mattio Mattingly who had been every direction Tho terriblo stiugglo left in charge of the house during the for life was a fierce one From all ap- Â¬ absence of the proprietress Lucy Smith pearances Gordon must havo tiptord in They had been coming to the place every his stocking feet to tho room where Last Saturday Brown and tho woman were they un- Â¬ Saturday for five weeks they failed to show up but came to day conscious of their danger had not locked They arrived at 11 oclock on tho door and tho first knowledge they instead foot and went at once o a room in the had of Gordons presonce was when he second story of the house After they stepped into tho room and confronted had been there a few minutes they them as thoy lay upon the bed That ordered some beer which was tnkento they were upon ho bed is evidenced by them by Wash Montgomery a negro boy tho fact that the sheets aro stained with After that no one saw them until their blood and Gordons first shot probably dead bodies were found struck Brown in the right shoulder as he At 1130 oclock Gordon reached the lay on tho bed Ho met tlio Mattingly women house He then fired again possibly before andengaged two roomspaying hor 1 for Brown could arise as Mattio Mattingly thorn saying that ho wished them for says there were two shots and then a himsolf and a friend who would come long interval Then Brown arose from later He was shown- into a front room the bed and pistol In hand attempted downstairs right beneath the one which to protect his life His first shot evi- Â¬ his wife was occupying with her para- Â¬ dently missed Gordon as there is a liole mour of a 32 caliber bullet in tho door passing The negro woman then left and went from the insido to the outside Than to the rear of the house where she was commenced that dreadful hand to hand Soou after Gordon struggle between tho two men crazed engaged in ironing arose and bolted the door between his with passion which ended in Gordon room and the back parlor He then shooting Brown flvo times and then stepped around and bolted the back door killing his wife with Browns pistol He took oir his shoes and hat He then Brown was shot five times twice just sat down on a lounge in tho front hall above the left nipple once in tho center Tlio negro saw him sitting there and as of tho breast once In the right shoulder tho front door was open sent the negro and once in the right ear the bullit pen- Â¬ boy around and asked him to go in a etrating his skull He fell iri a heap in a xooin where he would not be seen by corner just under an open window pasaors by Gordon did so and the boy Then according to the best accounts left Gordon turned Browns pistol which he Then Gordon slipped up stairs and had wrested away from tho latter during pushed open tho door which had not the struggle upon his wife who had been locked by Brown and Mrs Gordon been a silent witness to the tragedy Ho As ho did so Brown sprang from tho bed shot her once and sho ran from tho having on no clothing but his under room Aa she was leaving tho room ho drawers Without a word Gordon began fired tho remaining load in the pistol at firing Brown had his pistol lying near her and she fell Quickly sho recovered and seized it and returned the flro Gor- Â¬ and ran down tho stairs through the don soon emptied his revolver and back hall and into tho back yard where sprang on Brown and clutcbed hls pistol she fell upon the cellar door face down- Â¬ A Ecnille then ensued for the possession wards She was clad only in a chemise of tlio weapon In the scuflle every piece and was literally covered with blood of furniture in the room was turned over Somo friends laid a counterpane over the and blood from Browna wounds bespat Â¬ form and she lay in that condition until Gordon got ordered removed by Coroner Hood tered tho walls and floor the weapon and fired one shot into WHAT GOltllOM MAYS Browns body and then Brownveank to the floor doad Just then Mrs Gordon who had been Ho Tells tho Policeman AVIio Ar- Â¬ retted Him How the TrnKcdy watching the conflict sprang at her hus- Â¬ Occurred band in a terrible fury Tho latter turn- Â¬ ed and fired one shot at hor just as she When Gordon arrived at the jail he grappled with him Tho bullet hit her just over tho heart Mrs Gordon tamed Was in such a netvogs state that ib was and ran Jutt as she reached the head Impossible to get a statement from him of thestairs Gordon tired at her again Several times on the way to thd jail from and hit her on the right side of tho body the placo of the murder ho fainted and Gordon then ran to tho stairs and snap- Â¬ when ho tried to got from the wagon at ped the pistol again but all the loads tho jalLdoorho was too weak to walk and had to be supported had been discharged Mrs Gordon ran to thd rear of the houe and fell expiring on tlio cellar dodr Gordon ran from the house and OR MONHVi RKTUR1SKW at the corner of West and Madison streets For o vsr a quarter ot a century Dr PI wees met a buggy and Btartcd to unhitch tho GoUWn MoJIcnl DUooTwy Una bowl effeotlug and Lung altoo horse Just then Officers Itollly and cure ot Bronchial Throatsuch confidence la Uhv The maken have pellle camo up and arrested him He tbe DJsepvejy for caring Asthma Bron Â¬ said I caught them in the act and chitis and inotfttent Consumption tout they ean afford to guarantee it them both shot Mr Isaac Lotman of Thurtov DsUwsr Gordon was at once taken back to the 0 to writes as follows i flo NYIwrite you at scene of th killing and placed on a I wln to wy brother lurry O lounge in the hall He wm1 covered Troup wbo dm keen with Weed and seemed to be injured etok or tea yean vrrth astiina He ba been but wm revived and said he was sinaply treated by tea eWsrent ttfayiletans wbo have a fl8t la sukl be aouM net be Brows wee found lying in the sothto K uured He up at night he jot so west corner e the ream where he was short of Areata t be suf A fenMi wKh fearful head- shot rlgt beneath the wi4ew and had a bad wm standing by hl and the body r cbalr WMMB Alter lamas roes uoMeo Ueed Ihj ww Vying doubled up wfk the very s4 K aTitovp dteeier wblek wu Rnd miwu be au tweeu fgom net tot short of brssth a4 t The btaod stood In owfeowwr Nkws was going to press last week news enmo flashing over the wires of nn artful doublo tragedy in Louisville Wo were unable to give full The following particulars at the time graphic account is taken from the Louis- Â¬ ville Post printed on the evening of the Just as tlio Â¬ When placed In Jul he placid his n year after his fathers election went to hands over ills eyes and began to moan Fiankfort tobecoino tho governors pri Ho was n handsome All atlompts to get him to speak about vnte secretary tin affair wero of no avail Ho seemed fellow retiring in disposition and had to rcallzo tlio seriousness ot Us situation few Intimates By agreement a year or two ago his andtxeept occasionally when ho mur- Â¬ mured his wifes name nothing else could wifo brought suit for divorco in Hender bo gotten from him His sudeilng was boii but Judge Glvens declined to grant really pitiable to sec and a mnn was tho decree deciding there was no lawful kept with him to prevent him doing ground for divorco until they had been himself any bodily injury separated five years Mr Brown provid Â¬ Olllcor ljipielle camo upon the waon ing well for liis wifo nnd child though with Gordon and to him the murderer living apart from them At frequent in Â¬ Several tervals ho would take tho littlo girl to gave an account of the affair times during tho recital ho becaino bo ex- Frankfort for a visit keeping herthero cited that he had to bo held to prevent several weeks and seemed passionately his springing from tlio wagon fond of her Thero was no serious troublo I have been suspecting my wife and between him and hiswlfc Thoy simply Brown for about a week ho said and seemed not to bo congenial aud couldnt tills morning laid n trap for them I fol Â¬ get along with each other happily lowed my wife and when I saw that sho A fow months ago young Mrs Brown meant to meet Brown I could not con- went to Louisvillo to miiko her homo tain myself temporarily with Mr and Mrs Leo When I discovered them In tho room Suter the latter a cousin of her husband together I immediately thought to kill By ngreement again Mr Suter who is a them I entered tho room and began lawyer filed for her another suit for firing I fired flvo shots from my own divorco on the simplocharg6of abondon pistol When 1 had no moro loads in ment and the divorce was granted early my pistol I saw that Brown had drawn In April No habit of Arch Brown or his weapon and ho began firing upon me special act of any kind prompted tho Ho was injured in several places divorco suit The couplo simply wanted He firtd two shots but neither hit to bo freed from each other me and I advanced upon him nnd be- Â¬ tioiiooHs fore ho could fire tho third timu I caught him by tlio wrist and in somo way suc- Â¬ A llrnutlfill Yoiiliff Wouinii AVhawo ceeded in wrenching tho pistol from his Fan Win llnve Loup hand I shoved him ofTand at tho snmo Ilccn Known time fired Ho fell back and I think ho Mrs Gordon was Miss Nellie Bush of was killed Ho did riot move after the shot I wounded him several times with Louisville a sister of Sam Stono Bush my own pistol as was shown by the who was for a time manager of tho Sho was a sister of blood spots but tho ball that killed him Southern Magazine Mis George Berry of Frankfort About was from his own pistol My wife then advanced on me I ten years ago she was married to Gordon had not fired at her before though I who was at tho timo a clerk at tho Gait meant to kill her when I entered tho House Tho marriage was tho result of Later Gordon became room Sholooked frenzied nnd when I an elopement pointed tlio pistol at her sho did not clerk of tho Kcnyon hotel at Frankfort fiinch I fired and then she turned and and his wifo lived in the hotel witli him with a cry of pain ran from tho room During the constitutional convention Just as sho passed through the threshold there was much gossip about her and I fired sjnin nd then she fell The ilrure was an episode In the hotel in r which she was involved which created a lost shot hud killsd her Gordon was inclined As toon as I had fired tho final shot I small sensation to God knows to dissipation it was believed on account left tho house and started Afterward of his wifes waywardness where That its all there is about it And putting his hands beforo his eyes ho became during the Worlds Fair a lie sobbed aloud Tlio recital of tho clerk at tho Palmer house in Chicago tragedy hnd weakened him so that ho His wifo repeatedly visited Louisvillo nnd Frankfort Sho was a very beautiwas unable to talk further ful woman tho mother of threo chilFATAL TUIrmiARI dren Lately he has been employed as manager of tho Merchants Advice Tlio iTIcetiiiir Wuh Undo by Tele agency witli an office in tho Columbia lirnpli on Sunday building in Louisville In tho pockets of Arch Brown was Gordon was not considered a man of found the following telegram which It has long great forco of character probably brought about tho fatal inter- Â¬ been believed that he could not bo Ig- Â¬ view norant of his wifes habits aud that he Louisville April 28 Arch DBrown would not resent them This estimate governors private secretary Frankfort of him seems to havo been a serious Dont write again Como Tuesday morn- mistake ing Meet mo at Os at 1030 Signed PM To purify vitalize and enrich tlio blood and give nerve bodily and digest Â¬ JDSTItlAlKi ive strongth fako Hoods Sarsaparilla Â¬ Â¬ Worlan Brown is quite sick of pneu Â¬ monia New Highland has organized n Sunday School tiii Â¬ Â¬ tiii Â¬ - PIERCE CURE KrJf Co Every Debt of LDAlexander inquest to night the jury brought In n Bankers New York Paid With verdict of justifiable horaieido In both Interest From Date of cases Their Failure Gordon is still prostrated in jail un- Â¬ conscious and in a dangerous condition To the Kdltor of the Courier Journal Wealthy relatives are ready and anxious When the banking nnd brokerage firm to go his bond when it shall be allowed Co r0 of Messrs L D Alexander but he cannot now be moved even were Broadway New York failed July 15 bail allowed 1894 your paper gave the failure a long No one knows how Gordon learned of commont and notice and now I am euro tho meeting but the belief is he got one you will do tho sauio when that firm ot Browns letters Ho had been watch- Â¬ through assignee Mr Archibald Le ltoy Â¬ ing his wife for several days and probApril 1 1895 paid every cent of indebt- Â¬ ably had been on guard at tho house edness with interest from the day of failure to April 1 1893 Mr Lawrence fiOVIIINOIt AM FAMILY Till Alexaudor will continue business on tho Arrlvo In Louisville ut tho lull New York Stock Exchango as invest- Â¬ lloiiko Fllliorul lit Iloildunoii ment and bond brokor Thumduy This failure during July 1891 was Louisville April 30 Governor Brown brought about by extraordinary circum- Â¬ and Dr John Young Brown arrived this stances which left tho mombers of tho evening and went to tho Gait House firm two alternatives either to fail or to night by Mrs Brown They were joined bridge over by using their customers and her two daughters who came down money until times changed and the Ohio train on the Chesapeako and members both Mr L D Alexander and Dr Brown looked at the remains at the II It M linger both gentleman of un- Â¬ undertakers but Gov Browns friends doubted honesty at once decided to persuaded him to remember his boy as wind up the business and as said already lie had last seen him and ho did not April 1 tho assignee paid every cent of look at tho body debts with interest to date Tho remains will bo taken to Hender- Â¬ Among the creditors wero soverul Louson on tho morning train and the funeral isvillo persons somo of them having done will take place Thursday a largo business with tho firm for many Tho remains will be accompanied by years and all their old customers and Dr John Young Brown Jr W 1 Mc friends are rejoiced to learn that Mr Mrs Claln und Marmaduke B Morton L D Alexander and Mr II It Munger Gordons body was taken to night to her havo succeedod so brilliantly and will late hosso at lenwood totn bo in buslaecs again F Dk Funiak AnGH O IIUOWN Louisvillo May 4 History of the Young AVlio Wits Persons who sympathize with the Slain Ily Uordou allllcted will rejoice witli D E Carr of Arch D Brown was tho eldest eon and 1233 Harrison street Kansas City He chljd of Gov John Young Brown He is an old sufferer from Inflammatory was thirty two years old and was reared rheumatism but has not heretofore been at the family homo in Henderson Dur Â¬ troubled in this climate Last winter he ing the first Cleveland administration ho wont up into Wisconsin and in conse- Â¬ was in the internal revenue service under quence has had another attack It Collector Hunter Wood and was station Â¬ came upon me again very acuto and ed in Oweneboro a few months During severe he said My jointi swelled and this time he was married to Miss Vlrgie became inflamed sore to touch or a Marshall youngest daughter of the late meet to look at Upon the urgent W J Marshalr of Henderson a very request ot my mother-in-laI tried beautiful girl After ho retired from the Chamberlains Pain Balm to reduce the revenue service he was a reporter on the swelling and ease tho pain and to my His marriage agreeable surprise It did both I have Henderson Gleaner proved unhappy the young couple pruv used three fifty cent bottles and believe Ig of incompatible temperaments and it to be the finest thing for rheumatism Later they lived to- Â¬ pains and swellings extant For sale by separated soon gether for a year or two and a little girl A It Fisher Cloyerport Ky and was born unto them They separated Kncheloe 4 Board IIardlnburg Ky again however and young Brown about Â¬ The Coroners Jurytv Verdict or doit Still IroitriUcd In Jail Louisville April 30 At tho coroners HOST CREDITABLE The majority hero are deeply interest d in tho progression of the Silver Party Mrs Nelllo Shacklett has been serious ly ill but is convalescing nt tills wilting Littlo Jessie Shacklett who hns been sullering forri year or two with enlargement of tho kneo joint with liis father accompanied Ids brother Henry back to Louisville and was examined by a num Â¬ ber of physicians several of whom n I Our correspondence indicates big arrivals from tributary cities during thought amputation necessary but Dr the coming week Tlio announcement of several car loads of CHAMBER Dngnii one of tho most skillful in the SlITES from the distressed factories and tho stories returning purchasers city would not hear to depriving tho told of startling low prices wo sold at last week brought hundreds of people littlo fellow of his limb He said that Goods went clear out of sight nnd next week expect to uso n diving bell Dr Wells was doing tlio right thing In It Is not necessary to enumerate There is nothing on top of eartii in Blinpo keeping Jesses leg bound up in plaster of Furniture Carpets nnd House Furnishings wo do not hnudlu Do not of Paris Jesse Is a bright littlo boy and Wo dont know the term talk tibout price Look for n big crowd ns wo sincerely trust that our friend Dr everything is guaranteed In our salesrooms and bonn early bird if you want Wells will bring him through all right the choice In spite of tlio hard time every wo hear of somo ono day every hour of our friends leaping out of tho state of single blessedness into that of matrimo- Â¬ nial bliss Ouo generation passcth awny and another com th but cut Â¬ Jefferson between Fourth and Fifth Wo worms sijetn to abide for ever -Through to Green Avenue all our life heard as much never in complaint against the pesky littlo worms No snake ns Is indulged in this season yarn that we ever hrard can vio witli the cut worm yntus that aro new being spun from the mouth of people whose veracity we didnt used to doubt I Gough Griunellaud Ikollaynrs Bran Â¬ denburg aro out rusticating nnd making it hot for bull frogs tho lltlo finny tribe turtles etc It is fun to see tho hoys yank tlio bull frogs Tho angling is done in a systematic ftye the fishing tackle composed of tlio ordinary rod nnd line fnstnageaBMeaniBaMMMMMMvaMaeenenneHieaMHiaeaMBaBk witli threo or four hooks nttiched ar ranged in tlio old snap and catch Vm order When our young heros of tho angling art py liis frogship cncconscd in a bunch of bull nitlief or hiding in a grove of tiny willows the grappling hooks aro lowered from n perpendicunr The point nbovo liis frogships html decent of tho hooks arc 0 gradual tho frog seems to think that some incautious spider is playing out his tiny silken cord 1 with a view to taking a sip from tho ISVILLE Ky As soon as placid waters of the pond tho hooks aro in reach of u jump tho hungry frog makes a leap into tlio nir there is a sudden jerk of tho angling rod and two long sprawling legs aro seen to CENTS fight tho air like n jumping jack while ONLY tho hideous croaking of tlio frog and tho hilarious shouts of tho boys causes nn in- Â¬ voluntary burst of laughter from tho Book In enso tho frog fails to looker on bite tho hooks aro lowered until they get in juxtaposition to tho croakers Iloosier Cotton cayard throat when witli a sudden upward jerk A Good Check Cotton worth lie only lc to catch em of tho rod thoy seldom fall tlio yard Our young friends are by tho swallow One lot of Dark Prints and thu best Gough time having a brands lc took in Milan tho other day and com- Â¬ It ia a book for everybody who de Â¬ diminutivenoss with sires to know the facts about fiance 215 ps of Apron Ginghams asst checks paring its pristine only 5c a yard other houses ask 7c liis metropolitan homo mused oft nnd nnd currency 12 ps colored Lawns goods were Bold fi tall oaks from fact that long over tho 121c to mako them move quick at only Wo told him that little acorns grow 7Jc a yard Milan might spread her branches in II YOU WANT TO KNOW CO pair of Lace Curtains rich patterns coming years and have her name written All About Gold 50c per pair worth twice tlio money the histoiy of cities in 2S pair of Lacfi Curtains SI per pair Free Pills can not be duplicated anywhere for IK YOU WANT TO KNOW than 200 Send your address to II E Bucklen it Nelson Seamless Socks 5c pair All About Silver Co Chicago nnd get a free sntnplo box Fancy Silk Suspendeir good ono only of Dr Kings New Lifo Pills A trial 15c will convinco you of their merits Theso 50o 10 doz B 15 Corsets nil numbers pills aro easy in action and aro particu- IK Yiq WANT TO KNOW well worth 75c larly efiectlvo in tho euro of Constipation All About Currency Ono lot of Mens all Wool Suits Nobby and Sick Headacho For Malaria nnd Styles Square and Itonnd Cut Sacks Liver troubles thoy havo beon proved full length coats worth not less than invaluable Thoy are guaranteed to bo IK YOU WANT TO KNOW Come and get you a Suit 900 perfectly frco fromovery deleterioussub What Causes the only 500 stanco and to bo purely vegetable Thoy Ono lot of Boys Suits two pc Goods Qi do not weaken by their action hut by Hard Times 9Sc You wont touch them anywhere giving tono to stomach nnd bowels for less than 1 50 greatly invigorate tho system Itegulnr Ono lot of Boys Suits Kneo Pants size 23c per box Sold by A It Fisher Sightly goods now styles only 125 druggist It is a book for tho people and will a suit givo them moro correct information Ono SAND CAVE FLAT lot of Window Shades the kind you about pay other houses Oc If you need any Courage brother do not itiunble 25c buy of us Though Ihe path be ilnrl n night There a itar to guide the humble only Curtain poles witli fixtures etc Trust In God and the right 10c ld The peach crop Is an entire failuro hero Ono lot of Wash Silks nice quality neat Apple trees wero loaded with bloom Seo patterns thoy will please you Planting corn is the order of tho day bo found in any book on them only 50c n yard Than will Mrs Loyd Sapp Is on tho sick list at Wo solicit your patronage and will political economy Â¬ writing this is so plain and simple that any ono convinco you that it will bo to your ad It Mrs Syrena Jarrett contemplates visit- Â¬ vantage to trado with us can cosily understandit ing Clovrrport in the near future It is a book for the business inn Mr nnd Mrs Ben Lay entertained Highest Market Prjce for Wool qulto a number of young folks at their the professional man the fanner It was writ and the laboring num The Great Bargain Store home on the night of the lllth Inst and Mrs Gerga Barger of Mis tea in the interest of each of them Whether Republican Dciuocrnt souri arrived at Stephensport Saturday April 27 on their way to Shlloh to visit or Populist every man who votes should read It Their her mother Mrs Jacob Cart many frionds will be glad to sen them as UK bUllll TO CAM Oil It lias been several years since they wero sknii von ir it wiii hero Â¬ Manufacturers Agents FREI6HT PAID LOUISVILLE MILES 200 S T MOORE CO Â¬ J- BARGAINS Geo Yeakel Remarkable Co COINS Financial School happy-go-luck- y TbTlJJD IT KEAID IT ILHAID Â¬ IT IBID IT Gold Silver Currency vIr Â¬ GEO YEAKEL GO WHARFMASTERS COST YOU IOSTIAIIl How Farmers can Make Money -- Only 25 Cents Jno 10ST IN QUANTITY BRANDENBURG KY Fihst By the puighaso of only so much land as they can pay for Skcohd By not attempting to culti Â¬ vate too much land TimiD llv the uso of tho best ma chinery and the thorough cultivation of all crops planted In machinery tho AOME Toungless Cultivator Is far in advanco of all other machines The Steol Beam Cultivator is an ex rellent machine and Is Kino op Cokn Vunv D Babbage BESTIN QUALirV GREGORY CLOVERPORT CO Llns Brisk OLOVEItPOKT KY KENTUCKY Alio Wholesale sod ItcUll Dcslers In WORMS WHITES CREM Yellow Pine Flooring and Celling Laths Cement Shingles Hair Next comes tho Open or Closed Wheel These machines Will Corn Planter help you to make money and aro FOR SALE 1Y VERMIFUGE FOR SO YEARS Has lad all WORM Remedies IKMllBSttSasMliaSCi I Blinds and aH kinds or Building Material Sole A gests for Own Sash ad Children Cry for Pitolws Cat trl I WANT every sua sad vuiis la tbe ITBltrt Sletes leteresUit la tee OpHun ssd WUsky ksbMe tetar eee ot mr beets en tbese U AMrM M it WeoUey AttaaU t free fox Jet M eee win be seat IJOTICK T uw yt I Homestead Fertilizers awl Tray McGLOTlIUN EVERY IRVINGTON KY soin my aji sKveeumt rrM4 v BOTTLE 8UAMNTEEI IT LAOS laaa Ordsts tssoBMBla Meat Iks tfc wHfc 8H4 wwtftW Siit ifr- - - VWM VfJ 1 H j- - IJW rwlMWI TW v- - 2 Breckenridge News THBl BRROKElMRIIDOl Â¬ HaMMMBHiHlHHHiiH NWS OtxOViRFOiS - JMMM MasMaMeiMatsnisWsssssssssssssssssss -- immmnwviiWMjnwicMrmr -- tv - rr -- - rTKTTHraHyiiiigitfiti t W w 5 jr- - w wv tj I 3K1Y h- - The Kentucky Populists have post poned their Stato convention until tho Jbo Dt V 0 milage Editors and Proprlttxi tth July Miss Lade Lalfelsts singing lifts a WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1895 man way abovo the line of politics silver and tho every day affairs of this life to Bnltcrlptloa File 100 a Tear la Adtsnci realms In tho sweet bojond He feels If Paid at the End ef the Tear 8125 belter and happier and when followed by n good sermoTi such as Brother Rut ledgo preached last Sunday Its a my sterv why so much sorrow and trouble conif s The Kentucky Court of Appeals lma into this lifo If men would only listen deckled tho Loulsvlllo tax ordinance un- Â¬ One set of Democrats say that If Wat constitutional Hardin is nominated for Governor there will be thirty thousand Democrats in tho Ik tho East it is free silver and high Stato who will not support him because tariff In tho West and South it is free ofhisfreo silver views Another class silver and low tariff say they will not support Mr Clay It ho is bad politics to bo label Dont is nominated It Havx j ou noticed your talking such stuff as this six weeks be- Â¬ let it run on Prompt renew als brighten Wo are fore tho nomination is made up tho whole office candid in hoping that no such feeling exists but if it does wo had as well hand The convention to nominate a candi Â¬ tho business ocr to Bradley now and date for Railroad Commissioner meets at quit Oftensboro next Wednesday May 15 The News will print Gen Bucknere Coins Financial school is tho army views on tho money question next week While Mr Buckners views are honest worm thats troubling the goldbugs They both entered Kentucky about the from his standpoint they do not repre- Â¬ Gen Buckuer is a sent tho majority same time rich man Hes got all tho money he John G Carlisle was a great free silver wants Tho struggle for n livelihood is advocato prior to his getting to Washing no more a part of his life or his ambiton and becoming mixed up with the tion He wants to be Senator He can in no way appreciate tho position of a money power man who has to strugglo every day in Tiik News is for the largest prosperity the year nnd nt tho end seo nothing to all tho people It believes tho restor- Â¬ above tho interest or tho rent lino for ation of silver to its function as money him or his family Tho restoration of silver to its function as money is to our will bring that prosperity mind the only salvation for tho busy producers the common people of this IitEsinGNT Cleveland and his cabinet land linve been invited to be present at tho Ik silver was restored to its place as opening of the Cotton States and Inter- Â¬ money tho demand would be Increased national Exposition at Atlanta More than one half of 100 per cent Demt3kv seems to bo an easy winner tho silver produced since tho discovery in tho race for Railroad Commissioner of America is in uso as money while He has enough instructed vgtes to Bccuro tho demand for gold would fall off ol per cent Can any ono believe that such an him the nomination on tho first ballot increoso of demand for tho ono aud de- Â¬ can creased demand for tho other would not The much abused mother-in-latlnd some words of comfort in another nt once restore tho parity nt 10 to lwheu Is it column of this paper Tho man with a tlio demand would bo equalized mother-in-lamight read it too and not preposterous to suppose that this could bo jiro vented by a greatly increas- Â¬ learn a few things ed product of silver which could at most Hon A B Montgomery was in Louis- not augment ho supply of silver more lie than i per cent In any ono year De Â¬ ville Monday enrouto to Dakota says he likes his nuw position and is well mand increased 100 per cent supply 3 If it only lasts long per cent Could tho increased supply pleased with it enough says he Ill bo belter pleased prevent tho immediate rise in tho price The American Philadelphia of silver Woods received honorable Boimv PRESTON mention by both Judges for a speech ho made in tho Seelback Sunday Closing You can scarcely pick up a newspaper Wo are watching case last Monday you from home Bobby keep climbing without seeing one or more jokes about It tho much abused mother in law Sioui Hour and coffeo may bo a little is n mystery which no one lias yetsolved cheaper than they were a few years ago why so many sad jokes are being perpe mother-in-laand tho purchasing power of your dollar trated nbout a mans will not What dreadful crime lias the unfortumay be a little stronger but it nay a cent more of taxes now than it nate woman committed in providing tho man with his wifo that ho should bear ever did such an undying grudgo against her Ioon Gordon blinded with love and Now if it was a womans mother-in-lainsensible to consequences of a fearless who was made the butt of these jokes and desperate act brought upon himself there might be a grain of seine in them at las tho fearful punishment ol bodily for it is tho mans mother who has it in tortuie mental sorrow misery and prob tier power to mako lifo a burden to tho young wife and not half try Asa mat ably insanity and death ter of fact a woman is usually proud nnd if ho only giv S Olr compliments to tho custodians of fond of her When tho No her tho ghost of a chance tho courthouse at Hardinsburg prettier grounds or house in tho state young couplo first go to housekeeping and at this time of the year just after who is it that comes in and with her tho spring cleaning it s the prettiest and good sense and practical experience tides A mans dearest spot on earth o en if the Re- Â¬ them over the rough places mother-in-laIt is the womans moth-in-lacharge publicans are in who is most apt to criticlso aid to 1871 who exasperates the young wife by quot We had sound money prior My son is usd and tho country was prosperous De ing all too frequently My son meas Â¬ to having tilings thus and so monetizing silver was a Republican ure and why do somo Democrats wish to must havo this or that for his meals My son with his small income should hold it up They arc getting farther and farther away from tho first principles of have married a prudent economical woman etc When tho first baby our party is tho great trouble makes its appearance as well as tho suc- Â¬ is said to bo feol cessive ones who is it that steps in nnd luEsniENT Cleveland ing an interest for the Democratic party relieves the husband of his weary vigils in tills State Judging from the results nnd takes tho load of caro and worry off last fall wo certainly will want some- Â¬ tho wifos feeble shoulders nnd keeps bodys assistance to get us right But tho household machinery running Tho mans mother-in-lathe trouble is tho people seem to have so smoothly litlittle faith in tho President that his as Â¬ When ho and his wife plan to tako a tle trip together who is it that comes in sistance and good wishes wo fear would nnd takes charge of tho house and tho not benefit us u great deal children so they can peacefully enjoy with the restful thought Some Democrats seem to bo surprised their holiday Mother is there nnd it will bo all right nt Joe Blackburns position on silver When thero Tho mans mother-ln-lnBut whats tho use Joe has been there is sickness or trouble In tho family this all tho while and tho kind of material malignant person proves to ho the ho carries above his eyes will keep him same faithful nurse wlso counselor and sym there and send him back to the United And if in tho course States Senate to stand up and iluht the pathizing friend of events tho wifo dies who is It that goldbugs and tho money sharks till tho UBunlly comes In nnd takes caro of tho crack of doom children and keeps up tho homo till tho bereaved husband lias time to look Crisp of Georgia and ex Speaker of around and find another wife A mans tho Democratic Congress at Washington mother-in-laAnd how does lie re Â¬ has como out for free coinage This is ward her for nil tliis devotion V By macertainly not a blind fallacy when tho king heartless jokes at her expense nnd leading politicians of tho country advo publishing them for oilier men to snick- Â¬ cate Jta adoption Mr Crisp is sonsible er over Ingratitude thy name is man too of the condition of affairs in tho South and lie doesnt hesitate to speak Sempsey Gets Instructions for a measure which he belioves will Tho Democrats of Brcckcnridgo coun- Â¬ bring them relief ty mot in moss convention at Hardins j i for tho purposo burg on Saturday May C M Clay Jr candidate for of selecting and instructing delegates to Hon Governor spoko in this city lost Friday tho Convention at Owensboro on Slay 15 to a fair audience Mr Clay Is a plain to nominate a candidate for Railroad practical farmer and mudo a Bpeech along Commissioner Chairman Monarch be Â¬ that Hue He mado a good impression ing absent Committeeman M It Beard and captured some votes Wait until you called tho convention to order and stated hear Hardin Hell givo you somo busi its object M 11 Beaid was then elect- Â¬ There is one thing ed permanent chairman and Milton ness points too about Hardin you know exactly where Board jr Secy On motion of Jno D ho is at on tho silver question Babbago tho delegates were instructed to cast thoir vote for Judge J V Domp Ik wo should be forced away from our soy and in case he was dropped to go traditional doctrine of sound and safe uninstruclnd The following delegates Joe money our old antagonist will take the wero named by tho chair Vessels B Cox E1 Babbago W W field on tho platform which wo abandon Â¬ Jno D Robertson Chas II Drury Scott Cart ed and neither tho votes of reckless Joe B Buzby all the Democrats who Democrats nor reckless Republicans will wero present at tho convention There avail to stay their easy march to power being no further business the convention adjourned Grover Clevelands letter You mean M II Heaiui Chairman to say Mr President that if wo dont get Miiton Uoaud Jr 8cy In lino with tho goldbugs and take our Mrs Ba Duncan fell out of the door medicine u you and they prescribe it night well get a devil of a licking Well of the Presbyterian church hreke her rw ami dislocated iter hip heros hopla thai you cant do it BRANDENBURG Fred Howard is having a visit in Iou isville leorgo Worlnnd went to tho city Inst Sunday Mr NeWtl ot Woodland still lingers but is very low Mr and Mrs Bureu of Concordia vis- Â¬ ited Mrs Goughs family last week Mr and Mrs LjJ Ycakel and Mrs W F Grinncll are in Iouisville for a few days Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndoti spent Saturday nnd Sunday nt homo and at Â¬ tended services nt Methodist church Mr Wm Atwcll of Mlland handed mo his dollar for the Nkwb Mr Atwell snys ho must havo our excellent paper Henry Mnlin camo homo from school last week very much indisposed but hopes to sufficiently recuperate for the exhibition in June Judge S P Woolfolk lias moved his family to his home recently purchnscd from Marion Wright nnd just beyond Mr Thomas Hamiltons Mrs S K Sommers is witli her daugh ter Mrs Henry Harrington They have tho sympathy of their friends in tho death of their son and brother in Louisville Mrs Blanche Fontaine culled In two days five dozen Mareelml Neul roses full bloom from her bush Who can They were nil presented to beat it friend Miss Agnes Malln is in Louisville for a visit She concluded our selection of music for recital nnd wo are hard at work on it Misses Agnes Malln Pearle Ditto and Daisy Mclntyro will assist us Little Lena Lewis lias been very ill In Louisville where sho lias been with her mother for the last week or so She is improving nud we hope she can soon come to the loving hearts yr nrning to en- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SIX PAGES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fold her Bro Allen gavo us a powerful sermon last Sunday morning Tho congregation was largo aud attentive Mrs Malln played sweeter than usual tho singing was touching and everybody looked happy Was it tho Bpirit that possessed me Cut worms nave been doing great dam in the gardens hero Mr Barney Wor land is trying bono dust as a destroyer Tho cut and army worms aro formidablo enough let us pray to bo delivered from tho black worms devastating blueg ass crops Mr Jesso Mnlin lias gouo into the hardware busiiusi with Ills uncle Mr Mr Tom Robinson nt Vino Grove Mnlin will join her husband soon We do truly regret to see these young friends leao us but wish them much pros- Â¬ her persuasion nnd win for yeais n teach- Â¬ Bro er in tho M E Sunday School Walton conducted funeral services at Baptist church and It wis certainly tho most truthful eulogy to which I over listened Sho wan kindly and tttidcrly nursed in her Illness but Job snys ult Is appointed unto us ntlmo to die Mis Myra was called and those who havo turned to herlu nlllictlons for sympathy and comfort now seek of Him to whom she has gono Now Mr 1lltor I havo n crow to pick with you for tho first mo since I have roiMspotidid for your valuable paper In Inst weeks editorials wo find that you nro responsible for this declara tlon If n woman ceases to cnie how she dresses sho is cither married or never will be Don you think that becauso a woman hnppenB to bo a wifo sho should ignore dressing becomingly nnd thereby render he rsolf as attractivo to her hus band as sho did for tho lover Do you think that a woman dresses entirely for tho opposito sex 7 Sho attires herself let mo ossuro you with far greater pre- Â¬ cision for her ow n sex A man takes in tho wholo contour while a woman takes tho details and with a critics oyc To dress well as our means afford is n duty wo owo ourselves and the world Again wo aro shocked by tho same old story of lovo and passion condemned by the laws of God and man Tho story of wrecked hopes wrecked lives and blight Â¬ ed careers Theholocaust of passion has passed over truo honored families nnd the stain while it may he lived down must havo justlco such as only God can give and it will be meted out to the guilty and tho innocent Deep are tho ways of sin nnd grim is Fate that comes in to cut Mistaken tho thread of concealment impulses of the heart not checked by a superior will I Unsuitability of mind and purposo in the horae lifo lends to disparity which takes us to indifference then in turn comes lack of affection which is paralysis of the very soul far worse than death Then a restless era very for admiration excitement of world- Â¬ ly pleasures When alas t alas I a heed- Â¬ less plungo into an abyss of despair where no tender chords of memory stir of puro affections that onco formed tho dew of sunshine nnd caused tho How era of lovo to blossom for tho homo circle Every woman should havo a dcslro for fcmlnino tasks to prform some wish to devoto herself to an object of worthy affection aud make that ono purely and calmly happy An onward and upward inarch for a woman is legltlmnto if that progressive is in accord with her hus Â¬ bands views nnd dots not cause her to yield tho beautiful the true tho purity of her womanhood which nro her weap ons as mnuly strength and bravery is 1 Â¬ HUDSON Pete Bennett is building him n now houfe Ileal Hi of tho community very good nt present Miis Anna Bennett has been on the puny list for sometime Mr nnd Mrs Son Davison visited her patent Mr nnd Mrs Wilson Mrs JnmcB Martin haft been very sick for several days but is improving John Comor wifo nnd baby attended church nt Constantino last Sunday Hid Drnno is nt homo from school vis Â¬ iting his parents nnd also his best girl Mr Frank Wilson of Shrowsherry is running tho saw mill for Oliver Tate Co Mrs Holbrook has returned home from Henderson where sho has bicn for quite a tirno Farniers of this vicinity are busy Iflr Season 1895 j Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats y t breaking corn ground and making pre Â¬ paration for a full crop Littlo Guy Johnson lias had n severe attack of chicken pox but wo aro glaU to say ho is improving fast Mr J D Johnson is giving his dwell- Â¬ ing a new coat of paint Jim you will mako a town of Huuson yet Mr Stovo Clark who has been danger ously ill is some better nt present though ids recovery is doubtful Mrs Anna Johnson nnd her sister Miss May Arms contemplate visiting friends nnd relntives in Leitchfield Boon Mrs 0 M Buchannan passed through town a few days since en route to seo her mother of Sport Creek who is very sick All goes well with the man who keeps a cool Try one of our new styles thoywill do head the work Uncle Dick Turpln is going to move back on his farm nenr Constantine lie says it dont agree with him to live in tho city PAYNESVILLE Fishing parties are all the go Tho doctors nro kept very busy vac- Â¬ cinating Mrs Tea Arnold is on tho sick list but improving rapidly Father Hcrbuth returned from Louis-Â¬ ville ono day last week Misses Nettle and Lilllo Mnttingly and Maud Flaherty spent Saturday night with their cousins Mary aud Lizzie Hnrdcsty Misses Leo and Zaradn Thornsberry of Sirocco spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grand parents Mr nnd Mrs Alex Hendry of near Preston Dr Hardesty made a Hying trip to Louisville Thursday to see his littlo girls who are attending school and to accom- Â¬ pany Mrs Hiram Rayloys little girl and boy to the Orphans Home where they will remain for awhile Mr Gus Hardesty purchased himself a lovely suit of clothes Saturday at Brandenburg and flew around among tho girls Sunday with a smilu of content and you may know it was riturned Â¬ Endless in Variety Correct in Style 4 Exceedingly Low in Prices mans There is more Catarrh in this section country than all other diseases put together and until tho last fow years was supposed to bn incurable For n great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local rem Â¬ edies and by constantly failing to cure witli local treatment pronounced it in Â¬ curable Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and thcreforo requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken Internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Thoy offer one hundred dollars for any Send for circulars case it fails to euro and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 BSTSold by Druggists 75c of tho TEST WOOL SHIP TO US K E3 4 - va 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- Â¬ perity Will Howard DiePiiscy John Powell and Percy Young went to Vine Grovo last Sunday on their wheels in two hours and a fraction a distanro of twenty ono miles as they returned through Garrett Mrs Dr Crutcher set them a nico lunch Mrs Crutcher always treats you white and knows just how Either long faces or glad ones will re- Â¬ turn to night from Churchill Downs Vun ity Fair was out in all her glory to witneas tho thoroughbreds speed aud Kentucky blood still clings to heredity Its nil right if tho betting didnt como in It is a subtlo charm ahiriug and danger- Â¬ ous and our own experience old people especially know tho whirl pool If Judge J F Woolfolk has been dub Â¬ bed ono of tho handsomest men in tho Stato and has tho advantage of many pounds avoidupois is that any good reason why ho should comment upon individuals less blessed and to two ladies who never joko and ono attenuated to almost emaciation Its nn open question for n jury of twelve Miss Jen Hardin has sent me tho Sem- Â¬ inary Magazine published monthly by tho students of the Baptist Theological Seminary Tho whole of April number is devoted to sketches of tho late Dr John A Broadus In my own church paper I find a highly eulogistic com Â¬ ment from Bishop Dudloy who was a University student nt Virginia with Dr Broadus The larsest Commission House In the Smith The most liberal aclvan ces and best facilities for crettlnir hliflt orlces We sell to the Eastern factories and Bare the middle mans profit Issue warehouse receipts and store free of chanre Sacks fur- Â¬ nished free of charge to those who ship us We solicit shipments of everything In the pro- auce line No WOOL WEALLWONDEn write us jor prices 313 315 3174319 Murrell Court LOUISVttU KY HERNDON CARTER CO tWJOBrOfttTOb Why Pious is so deeply interested in the Rhodelia letters Why Alma likes to go fishing so well What has become of Bessie Harris What was tho matter with Agnes Sun Â¬ day AVhy John wasnt tp seo his best girl Sunday Why Gus does not go to Mr Paynes more often Why Georgo iv 3STOTIOE Thero will be a Picnic on the At the usual place at of CiT didnt stay at home Sun Â¬ day WhyW of going to WILLOWDALE Crcede Haynes went to Brandenburg on business last Wednesday Mrs Fred Key left Tuesday for Cave City to spend the summer visiting rela tives B A has declined tho idea Lodiburg any more How R P S will craw fish out of J II Fourth of July St Romaulds Catholic Church For tho benefit a new church Â¬ As statements any longer To The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Hon Cassius M Clay made n very favorable Impression hero last Thursday when ho addressed rather a small audi enco ou subjects nearest his heart and interests Ho didnt forget that greatest of Southern corporations tho L N and gavo it n swipo onpassant If Meade wasnt for Hardin it might be Clay but Im afraid the lattergentleman will feel like nn oxilo when tho count MisuTena Perry has returned homo after having spent a pleasant week in the city Mr J J Cyphers Rineyvillo was the guest of Mies Molllo Withers last Sun- Â¬ day Mrs Gus Smith Now Albany is visit- Â¬ ing her parents Mr and Mrs Hamilton Smith Miss Etta Gerkins will be homo this week from tho city wiiero she has spont the wintor Miss Maude Withers spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin Miss Kate B Withers Mrs Lizzie Crutcher and daughter Miss Sallio visited relatives in Garrett Inst week Mr Frank Bartles Cloverport spent two days lost week here tho guest of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ lt Jen Hardin has a number of tick- Â¬ ets at ten cents each for tho Scloplicon exhibition illustrating tho life of Christ to bo given nt Irvington next Saturday night for tho benefit of the Baptist church under tho auspices of Mr Geo P Kendrick n prominent Methodist of Louisville Miss Jen Hardin has ever been a cheerful worker hero in church work and it is duo hor that wo should show appreciation of it by patronizing this entertainment in the purchase of a ticket whether we attond or not Mi 3 Sallio Harris an interested assistant in tho good cause wishes a largo delegation from tills town and we hope sho wril not bo disappointed Miss Myia Etds died last Wednesday Mr A Prices alter an at her brother illness of two weeks Miss Myra was seventy tlirce j ears of age and it can be truly said ot her that old ago like youth and love is a great beautifler when it closes a lifo whoso pleasures have been worthily oiJoyed nnd whoso gifts have btftm steadfastly homo in tho shadow of Impending dissolution When alio felt the biusli of tho wings of the Great Reaper of souls She exclaimed All is woll if the I ord has called me even be it so but if there Is yet work for me Im Miss Myra was a mem Â¬ willing fo stay ber of tho Chlsllau church and fulfilled to the letter Its freed Faith without She always attended works is deal other churches kere having no church pf comes Miss MiesTena Perry Miss Flora Rose who has spent the winter as governess for Miss Kate B daughter of Mr and Mrs W B Withers has returned to her homo in Elizabeth town Ky MrThos Haynes formerly of Sirocco and Miss Carrie Helm Cairo 111 were married April 00th in tho church in Cairo and left immediately for Ken- Â¬ tucky to spend a week with relatives then they will take their departure for their homo in Illinois They were given n quiet reception there by their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs W B Withers last Wednesday All Free Those who have used Dr Kingtt Now Discovery know its value aiul those who have not havo now the opportunity to try it Free Call on tho advertised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Free Send your name and address to II E Bucklen Co Chicago and got a sam Â¬ ple box ot Dr Kinas Now Life Pills Free as well as a cipy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor Free All of which is guaranteed to do you good and coat you nothing A It Fish ers drug store Â¬ ROYAL Baking Powder lllgkwt ot mil im airtmgik v s amMt hwali H Everybody is invited A fine speaker will bo secured for tho occasion Ho will Thero will bo a meeting of the Popu- Â¬ not mako a political harangue but will speak on questions of importanco to 6ory lists of Mendo county at the Court house citizen and will say things that every patriotic citizen should hear Thero will be in Brandenburg Saturday May 11 for eood music and a fine dinner Make your arrangements to go as it will be a grand tho purposo of electing delegates to at- Â¬ day for all THE COMMITTEE tend tho Stato Convention at Louisville May 15 A full attendance is desired Cloverport Normal Jab II Haynes Chairman Vnitiirn Dictors Begins Juno 3d 1805 nnd continues Milan Ky April 27 1895 A reporter iutorvlowing n woman physician tho other day in London asked five woeks The roviow of tho common school whethor women doctors had now estab HARNED lished themselves iu publio confldeuco branches will bo helpful to persons desir Â¬ and if their patients had qnito got over ing to pass the July examination Take your produco to Julian Brown tho idea that thoy wero risking their Class Will bo organized to accomodate Better prices paid for produce at Julian health magnanimously to obligo n fol- any pupils of the High School who may B6wns deslro to attend low woman Ho wna answered Oh Tuition 5 for the term General groceries and confectionailes yes all that feeling has quito passed For particulars apply to or address away Indeed women as physicians at Julian Browns J II P Looan Cloverport Ky aro trcatod witli ubsoluto confidence Buy your flour the best at Julian But with regard to women surgeons a Administrators Notice Browns at 300 per barrol slght hesitation is still shown Patients All persons Indebted to Buy your feed A etc from Julian will allow a woman to diagnose tho E Wheeler deccsied will the estate of James please come forward Those most complicated cases but if thero is and settle requested holding claims against the Brown same are to present them properly ever so smnll an operation to bo per proven lor payment Coal Reduced UnflHItCK Administrator formed thoy would rather employ a The Celebrated Falcon Coal delivered man to carry out her directions Thero scnened lump 7Jc per bushel by the load is a reason for this skepticism Hitherto thirty bushels or more Nut coal thirty women havo enjoyed very littlo surgical ATTORNEY AT LAW practice but tho facilities affordod by bushels or moro Oo per bushel CLOVERPORT KY tho Hospital For Women and I trust R B Pierce Office with David It Murray Eatt eod ef iu tho future by many other hospitals will givo women tho necessary oxporl Iron Brldgo A Sitliiitfiiu Itrlncoss Ono of tho most noted trnvolers in enco nnd remove just this ono last ves Barnes Kincholoe Germany is Princes Thercse tho only tlgo of prejudice daughter of tho Bavarian regenf Sho is ATTORNEYS AT Taklutc Iter Llfo In Iter Hamls i woman of scientific attainments nud Miss Hamilton a lady doctor has just Hardinsburg Ky owes her olection to tho Bavarian Acad emy of Scieuco to tho books which sho left India for Cnbul where sho is speOflico on Main etreet noxt door has published concerning her journeys cially to attend ou tho ladies of tho Abdurrahmans household north of postofllce A few weeks ago tho priuoess consented Ameer to exhibit in tliu old court houso of Mu While ia Afghanistan she is to have a Administrators Notice nich tho valuable collections which sho personal guard of six Boldiera three of All nersonshsvlnsrclalms and accounts svslnst has made in her travels They havo nat Whom will accompany hoc when she theeslsteorjudMjA Murray deceased sr goes out Sho is accompanied by ono requested lortle the same with me In due form urally nttracted widespread attention law And persons indebted native Indian servant asd tho Indian accordingly toare requested all come forward Berlin JounroL to said estate and government has disclaimed all responsi ftttle n bHIiI - 11 Indotito r j oner inc vwvMca j appraisement bfths personalty due notice will dC1 bility for whatover may happen to her be given of the dsy ol sale Cody Wetinoree I olnt Helen rf K UNKWPOM Administrator- A womans column ia edited by Hel Tho anioer has engaged her services for en Cody Wetmoro In the DulHth a period of six mostlw Af the same VeMea AlamisMM Ceflfee KcoaeatfMri Press lu n recent iuo it makes the tiiuo Mr Oleiueuoe sopeduteadeat of i tWLV coffee POT following point If men bcliovo what tho ameers stud is takiBg sp his wife and a European nurse to ChVhI tinder I thoy say that women do not want to votowhy bar tho privilege against the pergonal guarantee pf tlie ameer I Prlea WiihYa Loadou Graphic im We silo them Wo itq not fence tho cornfield Kfl tfi JMrstsm on vtoks sIaHkI becauso wo think tlie cattlu will not eat MUCft4hHMueIC pu the corn bnt because we know they MLm Catherine H Speuee of Ade LH5 Will laide Soath Awiralla has gene to Tu lb Honorary PrJileBt Glasgow after Nearly a yews stay lu Old Mrs Minnie Sherman Pitch wife ot the UHito4 StefcM during whieh time LtcnUawHt T W Fitfh ot Pit Wlmvg ad ttM gave many addresses oh proporttau al yepreseiiUtioH oMwtt dappkter Ot General W T Sber 8be has left here uw f 3tetsfcitete4 M yssn Treats WW is o be tho honorary presideut ot tuauy warn advocates of that wi ware isiaJai UkmrrlmA or aliurla lis MM uf all tita luaiMgeni au4 powUtj of la 0 of Iter hut tpeeohes in ibis otmutry or lutyroprUtrat ShVases Mars OVKTBItJ tiles appointed i cotuteetieu witii the wm before the LwUes FoIIUm Study UKILL ImrmUki wWtas UoarJ ud Mrt--aa- U JsiUs of Toronto toebaag eoeuluM G A R eueaaipqwat lib CsUl r Writ WkZmSmkt Â¬ Â¬ Populists of Meade County ej S Gus Brown LAW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ j Pt Â¬ -- hmif Vmr4JjJrMHj ni The IsSeP Reliable J 1 dlrt - BRHDHHiSlHXla NAPOLEON Unconquerable RW WILL VISIT OlLOVEIHPOnT KV FALL3 OF RQUQH A 8 w BONAPARTE end Purpose Be- - Blood Poison After Approach of Death Now Llf by Taking Hoods THIJ MOON Will vcalcd COMMAND OF THE AEMY of ITALY Begins His Career of Military Glory Genius of the Great Soldier Displayed Four Austrian Armies Beaten Â¬ r - Mr IN SUCCESSION Ooiiyrililit 1S05 A NEW BOUNDARY FOR FRANCE TFm F QrecnhoUM Baltimore Mil by John Clark Itldpath X 1ikst Campaiqn op Italy Sovon dnys tiuforo tho ninrrlngo of Nnpoloon lio wns appointed Coiiiiuniul of tho Army of Italy Hia Ftar sliono Baddoilly nliovo tho clouds Hn tniriod with Joscpliino until tlio 21st of Jlurcli wlion tho houoymoon of tho warrior nfter twolvo brief dnys of dollying yoniiK husbnudhood broke Fuddunly mid ho sot out for tho field of glory Ills lovo lettors to Tosopliino in tliunto tlmt Ids nnturo wns deeply stirred by hor intluoiico mid tlmt his nlToctlnii for hor wns hi strong ni nny other fool lug tlmt over competed with his ambi Â¬ tion for tho mastery of his life To liavo nn independent command of nn nrmy or nrmiuH had long been tho prevailing motive- with Napoleon Truo many of his curront Hayings aud notions NATOLfcOJJ AT THE BATTLE OF AKC0L1 P u u 4 inconsistent with tho predominant passion Only a short tinio boforo do parting on tho llrst Italian campaign ho wroto n letter to Bonrrloniio then nn emigrant at Sons saying Seek out for mo a small piccoof land in your boauti ful valley of tho Yoimo Iwillpnrclinso it ns boou ns I can got togotlicr tho money I wish to rotiro thero but rco ollcot that I will liavo nothing to do Quito iusin with national property Indoed General ccro and fitful n small piccoof land is tho last thing in this world that you wish for nnd as to your rotiring thoro your rotiroment is fixed for uuothcr plnco that fnr off island to which you referred in tho last clauso of your suhool oxoroiso at Autun ionr esnay was hpndcd Possessions des Anglais you finished thus Salute He You will find it sol leiio potito islo Tho military glory of Napoleon properly begins with his first campaign into Italy Tho States of that peninsula wcro about to bo nmdu tiio play tilings of great ninbitious Whothur tho influonco of Austria nnd tho coalition nhonld continue prcdomlimnt from Piedmont to Vcnico was tha quostion Tho existing order in tha Italian States nnd cities fa vored tho Auhtrian powor but tho popular pnrty was in sympathy with Republican Franca Bouapartos mission into Italy was ostensibly for preoccupation nnd defense but it meant out of tho naturo of things sharp war and speedy conquest Hnrdly iind tho campaign in Piod mout begun boforo tho Directory iu Paris would send out tho veteran Kollormnu to bo second iu command This might bo a complimont to n general-in-cliiu- f not yet twonty sovon but not so to Bonaparte Ho nt onco ropliod saying that it was iudifforont to him a thing most untruo whothor ho should servo in Italy or somowhoro else All ho wished so ran his plaint was n brlof pago in history awardod for sorvico to his couutry General Kollurmnu had m or o oxporionco than ho and know bet tor how to xnalo war but both to gether wo shall mnko it badly I will not willingly sorvo with n man who cousidors himsolf tho first gonornl in How strongly is horo rovoalod Knropo the nuconquerabln will nnd sclf snffl cioncy and purposo of Donaparto to bo nil or nothlngl Lot us Beau tho field Tho coalition ngniust Franco now embraced Austria Bavaria Piedmont Naples nud England Tho smallor States of Germany nud Italy woro also iu tho league For tho protection of Piedmont and in docd of all Italy nu army of nbout sixty thousand men thoroughly equipped nnd stipplfod nud commanded by General Bunuliou ouo of tho ablest aud most ox poriencud iu Europo had boon scut iuto Lombardy Agaiust this powor Napo Ioouh Army of Italy wns sot oonsistiug of only thirty fivo thousand now mon iiiisernbly destitute and having enthu Â¬ siasm for its principal resource With this ho must compoto for thomustery of states ami kingdoms Ilut tho Army of Italy lind for a commander a military genius of so nudncious n character ns to rank its possessor with tho two other prlino wnniors of human history Ho ho had daring military Invention power of oonibinntioii tho discovery of now expedients sudden adaptation to uiifurosoou contiiigouuies courago am bition forosiglit subtlety aud iudood every quality lit to mnko him what ho was now nbont to become tho groatost commander of modern times At Mon t ouo t to twenty six miles west of Genoa Nnpoloon fought his first fleld battlo no nttacked tho Austrian division of DArgouteau aud won a victory Mark you ho fought with a lUvltlon of tho ououiyl Tils was on tho 13th of April only twenty two days nftor his duparturo from Paris Qu the 1 4th ho strunk the Austrians and Sordlu inn nt Mlllwintp ton miles fartbur mi nnd won another vlotory On the next day he camo ot tho enemy at Vigo Oil tho 21st be Mid added a third reached llpndovl forty eight miles from Turin rimI on tho following day attaoked and defeated the divlniou of euwal CoJJl lit ovety eugaipooist UJfc wanhl Ecom 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ blow was liko that of n thunderbolt Tho disciplined nriulcs of his opponents broko boforo him The king of Sardinia wns already Lenten After Mondovi ho made over tures of pcaco Without pausing Nn poloon advanced on tho main Austrian division under Beaullen Him ho found strongly posted on tho Adda holding tho bridgo that led Into tho town of Lodi Fredorlo tho Ilodbcard had founded Lodi on tho site of tho auclout Roman Laus Pompeia On tho 10th of May tho Austrians sixteen thouenud strong woro nttnokod nt tho bridgo of tho Adda by fclx thousand French grona diors led by Napoleon and Launcs iu person The action was bloody aud decisive Tho name of Lodi w ns ndded to tho lengthening column of Aictories Two thousand of the French woro killed nud wounded nud a much lnrgor num ber of tho Austrians Hero Bonnparto fighting iu tha ranks gained his famous titlo of LITTLE CORPORAL which to the end of human annals will bo ro poated ns his sobriqnot Fivo dnys nftorwnrds tho conqnoior entered Milan Lombardy was at his foot Ho mado levies aud requisitions with n freedom only equaled by tho au dacity of tho things accomplished Na- pies iMoilona and Parma wont down boforo him and tho Popo becominj po titiouor signed nu armistice Such wns the flrht passagoof the war nnd tho second was liko thu first The coalition was not to yield without further battlo Napoleon mado Mantua his next objoctivo Field marshal Wurmsor of great famo a votornn of bovouty two camo swiftly out of tho Tyrol w 1th a now Austrian army Before ho could reach tho tjecne of action Mantua wns nlroady besieged by Napoleon Tha de fense held out until Wnrmsors army camo on in two divisions nud tho Fronoh woro forcod to fall back Tho division of his forces proved fa tal to tho Austrian commander Woo to tho army that was ovor divided in front of Bonapaitol At Louato on tho Srd of August ho attacked n division of Wuriusnruiid gained ncomploto victory Geuornl Augoronu wns tho hero of the On tlw Cth nud 0th of August a dny socond battlo on nearly tho samo field was fought with still ruoro docisivo ro suits Wurmsor was hurled back and Mantua again besiogod The enemy soon returned to the onset At Jiivcredn on tho 4th of September tho division of Massonn dofontcd tbo Austrians with great losses Ou tho 8th at Bnssnno Napoleon routed tho ninin forco under Wurmsor in person On tho 15th of November wns fought tho great battle of Aicolo where eightocn thou sand French led byNupoloou Massena aud Augereau triumphed over tho Aus trians neai ly forty thousand strong Tho battlo was fought in a swampy ro gion traversed with causeways nud diffi cult bridges After throodnysof dospor nto fighting Wurmsur was so disastrously defeated ns to end tho contest After Arcolo Wuruiscr throw himsolf iuto Mantua and was coopod up Iu January 1707 Austria sent hor third nrmy into tho flold undor Geuornl Al This groat force proceeded viuczy tomiulu Mantua as far ns Rlvoli whom it wns struck by Bonnparto nud routed with a loss of nbout twenty thousand mon I At Favorita ou tho 10th tho French woro ngaiu victorious Tho ruin of AlvluCisys nrmy wns complcto nud on February 2nd Mnntun wns surren dered with eighteen thousand prisoner Swiftly Nnpoloon followed up those A fourth Aus tremendous successes trinu nrmy under Archduko Charles camo down from tho Tyrol as far as Tnglinmonto whom on tho 10th of March it was routod by tho French On tho 7th of April an armistice was granted by Nnpoloon aud on tho 18th ho mado with Austria his provisional troaty of Loobon Meauwhilo another coup detat had occurred In Paris By violouco tho two great Councils of Stato purgod thorn solves of fifty nlloged Roynllsts and An- Â¬ archists Carnot aud Bartholemy mom bors of tho Diroutory woro sent lying iuto exilo Such was tho savage iudlg nation of the Ropublio that tho coalition booamo willing for ponco At Campo Forinio on October 17th 1707 Nopo loon mot tho representatives of tho Gor Â¬ man Einpiro and with astounding pre- Â¬ sumption dlctatod to that auclout powor Openly Austho terms of pacification tria should cede tho Bolgiau provincos recognize tho CIsalpiuo Ropublio and accept fragments of Vcuotla Franco should liavo tho results of tho war in Secretly cluding tho Ionian Islands tho Rhino should henceforth be tho boundary botwoon Germany nnd Franco Befora leaving the scones of his glory Nnpolcnu tout Joubort ns his herald to Paris Ho ahull nuuounco for us tho following rosulU Tho onmpnign of tho Army of Italy has extended from April 13th 1700 to October 17th 1707 Wo have tnkou 160000 prisoners 170 stand nrds 6S0 siege pieces 000 flold gnus fivo pontoon equipages uluo ships of 04 guns twelve frigates of 33 guns twolvo corvottos eighteen galloys Wo havo glveu liberty whatever that may menu Geuornl I to Bologna Forrnra Mndeiia Carrara Rongagua Lombardy Brescia Borgamo Mantua Croiuonn part of Verona Chlavcna Bormio tho Valtelllno Genoa tho Imperial Fiefs Coroyra tho Ionian Islos Ithloa We send to Paris nil tho Mautorplecoa of Mlohuol Augolo Guercino Titian Paul Verouoso Corregglo Albaua Cnuaccl Raphael Leonardo da Vinol Not all tho uiastcrpteces nf these immortals Ocnoral but tho rest is truo to tho let teu And by ordor of tho Dircotory your glories shall bo written iu golden cats- logua ou a Memorial nag to ne Jiung in the great Hall of Sittiugj ami besw by sltoutliig Ijiris auil Uw world Yon Were never yourtelf a writun after Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four years I was In Intense suffering toltli an abscess on my thigh It discharged freely and several rimes Tor weeks and then Unas I began to Liko Hoods Earsaparllla I soon got on my feet but was very weak and went to tho Mar land University hospital v here they said my troublo w as chronlo blood poisoning and gnyo mo little hope I re Â¬ turned homo and continued taking Hoods I Lave used six bottles and tho abscess Uis en Â¬ tirely dlspcarcd and I liavo been In Plocosof Bono Camo Out last 1etruary I had to take mjr bed for four An lUrrntrlc KriitnrUInn Who ffirndn Mint of III Tlnin In Trvo Topn Tho nnmoof Judgo Fen ley is familiar to every limit woman and child living iu nnd about Hustollvtlle Ky Tho judgo Is n hoary liondtd man of perhaps 0 yeari yet hn Is dally prepar ing to start on n journey to tho moon Ills homo Is tvuywhiri1 yet the boll tudo of HuiwoodsN hlsfmorlto nbidliig place It is repoited that hn onco lived in n large hollow tree nud from a pint form which ho built In tho topmost brunches ho often stood for hours nud gazed at tho planets A short distance from the llttb city of Iiusscllvlllo might Lo Men nu old brick wall which tho judge built ns n rcccptnelo for tho lnrgo boilers ho in touds using iu tho construction of his flying machines The lack of mentis is his only Impediment but ho goes on dny in nud day out ncer showing tha lonst sign of discouragement Tho airship is not tho judges only hopo of reaching t hn mom As t oon ns ho can raiso sufficient moans ho will build n largo cannon and into that can non ho is to put n smaller ono nnd con tinuo plnciug cannon in cannon until they hao reached ouu that will hold n Â¬ Â¬ number nt drummers came In this L J icon went to Ixiuisvlllc Thursday The Hnrdlnsbtirg fishing party return- Â¬ ed home Saturday morning Mn Sam Davison was the guest ot Mrs M W Stone Sunday afternoon Mrs M W Stono spent Wednesday very pleasantly nt Mrs Hunters of Glen tltane Mibs Annie Head wnseallingon Misses Maud Ljonsnnd Helen Brown Tuesday CNeniuc Mrs Lyons nnd little daughter of Fordsvlllo nro the guests of Mrs Ben week Mrs bicycle do not If you aro looking for tho latest stylo strictly fail to see tho 03 Waverloy built and guaranteed by tho Indiana Bicycle Co n million dollar concern whoso bond Is as good ns gold Storms Quito a number of gentlemen from Kirk are camping on Bock Lick for tho purpose of fishing this week Judge W T Owen and son Mrs Lewis nnd others of Owensboro aro the guests of Mr and Mrs Jeso L Owen Mrs Ben Storms Mrs Smith Queitor motis and their little daughters were the guests of Mu Sain Davison Tuesday Tho small pox senro Is on tho wane in this neighborhood though a great many aro being vaccinated which is a most wise precaution Cut worms nro doing considerable dam age to young corn and gardens some have suspended planting on account of them thinking that the hot weather will soon force them to hunt a cooler climr A party of young people went to the Sand Knob Sunday to view Ihe beautiful and mngnlhYiiit Ecenes which these won Â¬ ders of nnturo present They went up in skills so it was real pleasant bating back in the gloaming Mrs Jesso L Owens health continues very poorly but it is to bo hoped that she will soon recover Hint she mny bo able to resume her duties in society again for so noble nnd gracious a lady is sadly missed even for a short time Mr Lafe Bcnuchamp is no lagard wooer he catches every opportunity and does not loso a singlo Sunday Wo think it behooves him to bo very watchful and industrious because ho might have lost all ho had gained If his carlessnces had continued but just in tho nick of lime the roaring breikeis warned him of tho widowers who wero slyly trying to steal tho heart which if lost to him would lcavo him alono on a desert isle to mourn over loves young dream Tho weather is scorching hot for tho time of year but tho air and ground still retain a sulllciciit amount of mols turo from the lecent showers to forward the progress of growing vegetation very rapidly Kvery thing looks exceedingly well except wliero damaged by cut worms aud army worms but it is hoped that theso little pests will soon leno us to join others from whence there is no returning Â¬ Price LIGHT 4 PHP Hr I I 111 rmm HIRHEST VsL7B CYCLES OF ALL HIGH GRADES 85 MILLER EXCLUSIVE AGENTS HOOK CO AiownitH llllADlUH HARDINSBURG KY I know Flno Hoalth Ever Slnco It It hid not been or Hoods Sarsapv rllla I should bo In my grave I havo gained la wetftht from H7 a car ago to 170 pounds to day Hoods8 biliousness I pralso Hoods Sarsaparllla for It all Vft E OUEiryiiOLT 1812 Hanover St Baltimore Md Cures Hoods Pills euro lhcr ills constipation Jaundice sick ucadacho Indigestion AIm i II Cm tin Miss Elizabeth Burrill Curtis the young daughter of Gcorgo William Cm lis is among tho Now York women who nro taking nn nctivo part iu tho effort to Bocnro suffrngo for women Ono of her recent addresses has been published as n leaflet In It sho enumer Â¬ ates somo painful cases illustrating tho haidships that women suffer under present laws nnd says How can any woman happy in tho affection of a good husband or fnthor say that sho To rest lias all tho rights sho wants ou roses knowing that thousands lio ou thorns and yet to lift no finger for their relief seems n strnugo nttitudo for followers of Josus of Niuarcth Now York News Stout TTdlmn nud Huslim Far the htnut womnii tUt snslt Wvt been rendered posaiblo by making it in tho form of a point in tho fiont aud betting it just nu inch bolow tho waist Thero it may rest becomingly bo drawn through a bucklo or plain nnd fasten nt tho back with a short bow n small bono on either sido being of valuo For n slim young girl tho Mish of cheno ribbon is prettiest With tho sashes como in Â¬ Â¬ walking biiskly through tho streots with an ai infill of his books stopping nil whom he limits nud trying to sell them one I havo beroma accustomed to being says thooldman In high places and I can now stand on nny limb that will bear my weight nnd look down without tho lenst fooling Of fenr or dizinoss Hot gets old beards nnd carries thorn to the tallest trees he can And Ho then carries them up ono by ono nnd constructs n rudo platform In this elevated station ho spends must of his timo Ho takes gteat delight iu htonding on tho very idgo of the platforms and in clinging to I to most dmrgcrous platts ho can find Few boys can ujual hltn iu climbing and his agility is remark nblo for ono of his years Â¬ succession By that means says tho old man I can leach thu moon in 10 or 13 days traveling at tho tutu of 10000 miles nu hour and allowing lor a variation of tho course When I get beyond tho gravitation of this earth I will bo attracted to tho other plnuot by gravitation Ho has written n hintory of liussoll vlllo which ho soils on thn htreots when ho is in town This histoiy is said by somu to bo very good nnd wonderfully accurate Most nny day he can bu seen Â¬ man comfortably In firing these cannons tho judgo is going to Uo dynamite nnd they uro to bo touched off by means of electricity Judgo Fenley sajs if ho falls to rcneh tho moon byiiKims of his nirsliip ho will beyond doubt go up by means of t lio minions Ho is to plnco himself In tho xmallit cuiiinn and lire them in RUNNING igf3 PTnnFD PniUrR j PLKNO - Furnlihed by the PUno Fly Wheel U the greatest improvement ever made In Self Ulndloz Marvcjters Tfir FLJ1N0 LEADS Because ivfc rl m iBrBmT i THE 1HI Yon should see the JONES JUAUEP belore yon buy Simplest longest lled and lightest draft mower In the OMniPl lfl U WE l world Neverout of repair Nogearsto wear out no friction no noise nothing to make the farmer cuss Chain Power runs the gnat Ferris wheel This proves Us strength Bicjclcs arc Chain Drive Why Light draftl I la Y I More Jones Steel Headers Sold In 94 than all others combined iipii WHrrl II llhla filvei It steady motion In tangled Rralmand on rougli une en ground causes It to run llEhtly oer soft place makes It run one liorsc lighter draft and bind a bundle after the team stops T IS THE BEST CAUII rOK THU II PLAINLY lHOMt riY WHtllU ON TNI fUNO AlONC rilillW The Piano Mfg Co send ron oun frceforall illustrated catalogue Manufacturer West Pullman Chicago III FOR SALE BY GHAS R ANDERSON GUSTON MEADE COUNTY KY PELLVILLE Theie was a cloud burst hero last Fri Â¬ day which damaged some farms consid ciftbly The cut worms aro worse hero than BANK OP HAHDIETSBtTUG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 U F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vioe Proildent M II BEARD Cashier numerable bibs and tuckers hard times holpe as a bright girl called them which in infinite vaiicty aud at trifling oxpent o transform freshen nnd ndofu ouo or two overworked gowns Fashion Journal IlclMi Ioclnvoocls llattlfl Upon being nsked how he expected to brcntho when ho leaves tho enrth nud InuiiclH s into spnea ho ropliod Oh thoro will bo no troublo nbout that I will tako plenty of mashed down air along with mo Of coin so I will havo to mnko calculations as to how much I will consume on my voy ogo and mnko plenty ullownuce for er Â¬ Judgo Joseph Christian formerly president of tho court of appeals of Virginia has presented nn appeal to tho United States court in behalf of Mrs Belva A Lockwood who was lately ro fused admission to tho bu-- of tho bu premo court of nppcnls in Virginia It is submitted that though n woman sho is n person and a citizen and is entitled under tho constitution of tho United States and tho statutes of Virginia to practico in nil the courts of that state nud tho United States supremo court is asked to take such actiou as will require tho Virginia court to admit her as a practitioner Â¬ rors iu distance It is reported that ho wns once a law yorof good standing but whether or not this is truo is not known us his lifo is a mystery No man need try to follow him in ills wanderings through tho woods for ho desires to bo nlono to obscrvo uud medi tate nud ono might as well tiy to follow an untamed animal Loulsvillo Courier Journal Â¬ Â¬ BOTH FOUND WIVES A Double Wedding Which thn lrenrlipr Celebniteil by Vetting llni Up A Mr Godwin of Camilla and S A It Will Ilegct Interest Governor Jackson has signed tho bill passed by tho Iow a legislature empower ing women who pay taxes to voto on tho issuing of bonds and on increasing tho tax lovy The Womnus Standard says Â¬ Business women and taxpayers will readily seo how much more important is this than tho mero right of voting for publlo officers Wo may not liavo occasion to uso this power very often but every public spirited woman will tako n deeper interest iu nffuirs because sho has this now privilege Â¬ For Our Daughters and Our DolIArt Mrs K R Clark of Stockton N Y at tho Dunkhkcouveutiou bald Wom en nro born economists thoy know how to raako 1 go for 10 thoy havo tho faculty of getting moro for 1 than any class I know of It makes a diffcronco to women whether good laws nro mado oriibolishcd It makes a difforenco to them whether pergonal property Is taxed and tho vnto of taxation Wo striko not for our nltais aud our llras but for our daughters uud our dollars Â¬ Wiinirii Advertising Agcuta Advertising is n business in which Yomen uro beginning to flguro prpmi neutly In two very largo advertising ngoncicH iu Baston tho members of both firms are women nud till thoir employ Â¬ ees women Thoy make their contracts and attend to thu most intricuto business problems Ihomsolves and havo largo contracts for ontiro railroads and street cars in thu lnvgont citlns in tho United Sttites Bostn Commonwealth Need Not rViu Neglect To attend club meetings local or national is u very small pmt of tho higher life of woman but us voting takos only n very little of tho timo of tho mon and as biuinoss profusions aud indus tries do not suffer from nuisculiuo suf frngo so tho household duties of worn en howover vailed nnd exacting need not fenr negloct fioni tho enlargement Chicago Inter of womans bplicvu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ocean of Hardlusbug Mr R L McGullii was hero Thursday Mr Will Pool thodry goods drummer was hero Wednesday Mr C O Weymuth of Constantino was hero Monday night Dr Miles aud D W Burch attended tho speaking at Brandenburg Thursday Mr Pros Richardson nnd wife wero hero Sunday the guests of Win Hllf and family D S Roberts nud w Ifu and baby of Kkron spent Sunday with their mother Mrs Burch Mr Win Hllf our merchant has sold his store dwelling and other property to Mr Roby of Washington county Mr J G Shacklett and wife of Hill Grove wero hero Sunday to seo their little grand child who wns quite sek Mr Jim Coleman and wife of Hnrdin county spent Saturday night and Sun Â¬ day with their mother Mrs Laura Osbomo Mr Henry R Smith of near Kkron Meado county was in tho city Friday Ho reports tho worms as being very de- Â¬ structive toclovtr and corn in his neigh- Â¬ borhood Hu Is fattening over 100 head of hogs for the Juno mnrket Ho bought a car of corn of Mr Jas Meador nt Skill man Mr Smith fattened over a hun Â¬ dred head last summer nud fall on wheat An Odd Ltrult He thinks lie realized near 80 cents per Mme Wagner has just won ono of the bushel for his wheat oddest of lawsuits At Balreuth last year ns a pieco of pleasantry on tho nn nlvcrsary of tho birth of her son Sieg fried sho composed somo verses nnd tied them to tho nocks of hcriUopct dogs Thoso versos got into tho posses slou of n Bnireuth newspaper and thoy Sick headache woro published provoking much amuse mont particularly when ho Hues woro Pains in the back reprinted In tho Fronch uowspapcrs Cause Sallow complexion Mmo Wagners only remedy wns to suo Loss of appetite and for broact of copyright Tho courts na asssod ho damages nt f 0 Exhaustion Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Davis of Pulham Ga both towns being iu the samo county were last w eek visiting John Burgess of Bow en iu Powell county this stato Mr Godwin married a sister of tho wife oi Mr Burgoss but sho died n fow yours since and ou Thursday of last weok ho remarked to his host that ho wouldnt mind marry ing again if hn could get some ouo to suit him Mr Burgess replied that ho known lady In tho town who would suit him aud Godwin said ho would go and seo hor Friday morning ho spruced up somo and wont over to see tho lady who during tho day coiiHUited to change hor Returning to tho liamo to Godwin homo of Mr Burgess ho informed him of his success when Mr Davis being thus ouconraged nnd feeling lonely un der the circumstances concluded that ho also would liko to marry Mlno Host Burgess ovor ready to nccomniodato his visitors told him that ho could find him a hclpmato also at tho same timo stating hor name and whoro bho could bo found Saturtlay Mr Davis repaired to tho rosideuco of thu idy tinmcd nnd after somo commonplace talk uud an explanation of his mission sho too agreed to wed n Georgian Preparations woro mado for the oont and ou Monday night tho two couples wero duly installed into tho matrimonial harness Tho bridogrooms being much elated nt thoir matrimonial success sot cm up to tho crowd ta the extent of a gallon of red liquor each and qnlton jollification was hold On Tuesday morning tho proaohor was paid Ills feo for tho double services nud he too set em up to tho crowd for a di ink nil round to those in the barroom Hazel Green Ky Her ald Â¬ ever known before T V T Hakor of Floral attended tho Masonic lodgo hero last Saturday nkht Fladgo Kobbins of Skillman was here Saturday and Sunday Tho Masonic brethren will havo an ice cream supper the llrst Saturday night In Juno for tho benefit of tho lodgo Thoso who will go from hero to Louisville the second Sunday in May on the A T Skinner and Kvery person big little old or young Masonic excursion aro black or white rich or poor who has wife Frank Luibovllz and his dauulitcr ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro Uosi Mike Stephens and daughters Dr Lancaster and wife and Mike Mosely noutiLo it tho best cough and luug rem Â¬ and his daughter Orfa Â¬ edy on earth Its truo t6o so no guarGeo Obinchain Theo Helms John antee Forsale byShort HaynesClov Stinnett Vora and Dion Moseloy Kd crportjDr U II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras A Taylor lo Stinnett John Sebastian and Leslie Helms went by wagon train down on setta Ky V L Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R Hlnekford fishing lost Friday A harder looking crowd never como through town W O Moor Morris Big Spring Ky mon Glendeane Ky P Slicriou Bros than this one After they had driven at Co Kirk Ky Iloiace Scott liar least twelve miles got caught in a rnln storm and caught no fish it can bo dinsburg Ky imagined how gloomy they looked They say they liaint no flsh this year GARRETT Â¬ QW BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDUE V R M JOLLY -- Dire tor INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS CAN I OnTATN A PATENT For answer and an bnncit opinion write to 1UNN iV CtKwbohaTa bad nearly nftj years experience In tbe patent business Communlra lions strictly confidential A Handbook otln formation concerning 1ntrnta and bow to obÂ¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue Of mechan Â¬ ical and aclenlluo books sent free latents taken through Munn ft Co recelra pedal notice In the HclentiacAtnerlrnnand that are brought widely bernrothe public with out cost to the Inrentor ihlt splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated bat by far tho largest clrculttlnn of any scientific work In tbe world 83 a year Sample conies sent free Ilulldlng Edition monthly flioa year Single copies M3 cents Krery number contains beau tlful plates In colors and pbotograpbt of new bouses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address CO- - Kin YOIIK MUHN 3IJ1 HuoaUWAT no how ro Laufer Iro Correctly weekly by lumnhrey duce Commission Merchants itobccoud St bet Main and Market Louisville Ky The first of American News- Â¬ papers CHARLES A DANA Editor The American Constitution LOUISVILLE KY May 7 1895 Shippers should mark all paokhgei plainly with shippers name and post oQc address BUTTER Choice country Medium Creamery KOUS 10 12 ag H CS 20 11 theAmerican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ can Spirit These first last and all the time forever BEANS hand picked Nary Old or Common and oolored FEATHERS Prime whits goose- Michigan Fresh ndlana 1 1 75 00 to 1 20 Daily by mail - - 6a Daily Sunday by mnil8 a to 22 i The Weekly - - - SI a to 2 00 38 SO 0 yr yr yr Si 35 15 25 Mixed Old No 1 duck Green pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good HIDES 4K 7 00 The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the Price 5c a copy world By mail 2 a year AtldrokiTUr NUN Now York ti 20 bi 9 1i Sheep skins Hem per lb Ducks 40 POULTRY 7 7 fl 7i 8 FACTS POSITIONS I y9 Turkejs alive Q 10 Turkeys dressed DRIED APPLES AND PEACH ES Apples choice bright quarters Hi to to 6 Applet average old Applet GUARNTEED li Peaches Poaches Urease new old WOOL 4 to Do not sav It can under reasonable conditions not be done until yon send for free 1 20 page catalogu- e- liRAUOHTONS PKAOT1CAL OUS1NISS COLLEGE and bchool of bhoit hand lypcwritlnK and clrgraphv 1 Tub wathed fine Oreate coarse Merino 21 21 Qj - IS 13 10 8 Constipation Biliousness There is only one cure which is 12 12 It IS Burry and Tallow Boeswaz Sorghum Ctt MISCELLANEOUS 30 Molasset HAY ORAIN FEED on Loutivillo city We quote prices to day 34 OATS HAY H X 4 WEEKS by Praujrhtons method of teach- Â¬ ing book keeping is equal to 12 WEKKS by old method It csKidt more money In the Interest or Ita Employment Department than half th business collcgei in the south take In as tullon It Is strong ndorsed b Hankers Merchants and fiiuvu Tactical oooa accpen rtcasonable rates of nil uvcrme Cheap aiic board tuition Coo students past year Open to both seies representing 36 States and Territories It baa also prepared books for ent on no dava trial NASIlVILIiTrNN wbarft No 2 oatt - SI SO keepers Henoifrsphers provided It fills same When tou write cinlaln Draughon Prett your wants1 Address J N ll It pays cash Ij for vacancies as book HOME STUDY f teachers etc reported Strictly choice Choice No 2 Uood Medium Good Bright Straw- CORN Choice whit Choice shelled Questions connected with tho approaching ordination of Miss Hachol Frauk n young California as a Ho brow rabbi concern what sho is to bo called nud what rubo tho will wear oftl daily As she is thu first woman rabbi thero aro no precedents to settle theso Blatters Â¬ 13 00 10 60 11 00 G 12 00 10 00 ffl U 00 4 50 tick wa gave Iter CastorU When Baby Wttaa ba wan a CkHtl sho cried for GwttorU cVuo t Owtorta MW i WbH he Uww Cwtorl Whw b J CUtiwn A vu ba ar Jquk Olaik JMvfAVH theory in tho treatment o coughs luug nud bronchial affections has been advanced by tho manufacturers of Dr Hells Pine Tur Honey It is truly a All dealers sell wonderful remedy it on a posltivo guarantee For sale Hayuos Clovorportj Dr by Short It II McMullin MuDanlels M Meyer A Co UuraajATaylor Powttaj W E Brown Irvlngton Ky A A Richard- Â¬ son Garfield Ky A 11 Morris Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen deane Ky P Shorron Bros A Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardlbuig Ky A now 42U 40 4 00 62 4 2i 3 50 M S 75 --3 40 W 3 A3 3 00 f 3 35 4M fti WTonicF Good to extra shipping- - CATTLE One Pink Pill touches the liver and removes the bile One Tonic Pellet nightly acts as a gentle laxative In keeping the bowels open restores the digestive organs tones up the nervous system and makes new rich blood Complete treatment two medicines oue price ajc TrtatiK and sample fr at any store SHOWN HfO 00 Kw T Medium to good butchert HOOB Choice racking and butchers to good Fair Rough Shoatt tad pig 100 lbs tad BHKKP Good to extra shipping to good Fair LAMBS flMd to extra iwlag- - Light shipping Beet IluUhsrs 48 5 00 4M 7 ub44 75 2M 3 75 50 5M 2 J5 2 50 Fair U gW V7 4M SM 47 4M -- fwr 4 tmmmtliriHtttBUm rTnrrm mmi Iruwm TTrrrrwrYsmi ftho saw hint ridd ul Id I ho Vcfahdil rcmoiiibcrid woll tlio promlso she had extracted from Jakey mid kiuw In n moment that ho wns tho boater Qf soma bad news Putting her hand ou her hcait to stop its thumping sho inu down stairs and out ou to tlio vciiiiidn Tho boy dlsiiiuiiiiled anil emtio up tho fcELECf IKIQ naga ti Mii tfEsaMMsafafiii liKryTMtviiaa 4 a TK - Sa GLENbEANfc UVERJ ml 11m k Larga Ill lint That Bine Curnl Its dont you touch this vaccinated TflE BEST COMBINED STALLION IN THIS OOUNTY this that I only glvo these rules from i observation ninong my own flocks niid trrz2nninLrvrgjs2 rOPvniOMTl49 from my own cxpericuco It amCRiCan flr sjJOCiatio Tho most notivo hens in a flock aro nsnnlly tho host lnycrs The lion who mniidlu this hynr nrmy u you uns wor stands ready to run out of tho houso in Nor do I need to bo General Kosoy th general coiumandin tother army tho morning ns soon ns tho door opens to dlvlno whats coming Do you sup Now how would ft do fo mo ter mtircli nud flios nt tho fcod ns if sho wero poso I know nny moro nbout wnr with out in tho mfddlo o tho night u just starving is tho ouo that will prodnco tho onlcs on my shoulders than in n pri knock tho htiiflln right ontn you uns most eggs commonly Snch n hen will vatos nnifonn If tlioro wrro bohio su Maynard smiled It suddenly occurnot stand around in tho sun after eat THE WELL KNOWN STALLION perior being to look into tlio heads of red to him how littlo Jnkey knew of ing her morning feed but will bo scon tho men composiiiK this army and read tho gamo of war how useless had boon fnr nwny from tho houso foraging for just tlio rank in accordnnco witli fitness his explanations food Sho is tho hen that sings ns sho many n star would Icavo tlio shoulder What would bo your plan of attack goes nbout nud is tho ouo who will find wlicro it now rests to alight on that of general ho nsked wishing to lfuinor her way into the garden if sho can postho boy eonio obscuro private sibly get thoro Raid Jakey who had no Waal ef wo flght om wont wo Waal A largo comb is n sign of n good laywhip cm more idea of what ho was talking about sho nsked er By this I mean a largo comb for tho 1 boy hu was Jakoy noticed that with tho chango than tlio Keckwi I kir n stnndin ou ter th brcod sho bolongs to Almost in variably of his friends mind from his grief to reckon Id put tho big guns in n long now lino ou top o th Pea Vino ridgo hynr gallery jet ill wounded heaven knows tho Leghorn lieu that has n largo thin war thoro was mi imniccUato improveMark Is nomb that drops down over ono oyo will ment from tho tcrriblo depression upon u jest scattir shot it shell like chicken what Ho wont bo found to bo n good layer Tho comb exclaimed Laura him Ifo nsked tho question for tho leed Sho clasped her hands mid of n good Inyer is of bright rod nil tho Maynard burst into n laugh Jakoy toll mc purpoo of keeping Mnynnrda attention trembled timo sho is laying nud ns soon ns it bo fixed for a timo on war rather than for surveyed thu altered expression of his Jakey dont givo Mrs Maynard dark colored information friends faco with his bright littlo eyes pain by keeping her in Fitspenso Toll comes pale orceased to lay you may bo Biito sho has nud chuckled but his own face was as Â¬ Whip em Why Jakey woro scather Tho good layoris rather narrow across Ho dipped Ills imperturbable as usual tered all over creation But Souri dreaded to havo her friend tho shoulder and wido in tho rump General said tho boy commanders finger in a tin cup full of water and bo hear bad news ns woll ns Jnkey dreaded with tho rear of hor body deep nud low to deficiency gau to draw n rudo map on tho top of supposititious enemy what would you to give it Her feathers nro glossy nnd her cyo an oxtomporized tablo consisting of n do if I wero to draw my troops out of Some of tho young folks went to Sand Faid Jakoy cornered Waal th bright nnd sho is full of lifo nud no to Fquaro board nailed oil n stako driven rmign d obstinate tion If n lien possesses nil theso indica- Knob Sundny and report n good timo Jakoy was puzzled Ho mado a des general ho air d in tho ground Obstinate tions thero is not much danger in pick- Â¬ Tliey say thnt forty persons were thero is Heros tho Chickamanga flowing perato effort to conjure up n reply Yns ing her for n breeder ns sho will nl from West View Waal ho said presently I reckon between tlieso two ridges Missionary What do you mean Jnkey nsked most nlwnys bo prolific nnd ogs proHunter Hardanay of Hon ley ville has and tho Pigeon mountains from south Id jest wnlt fo you uns ter do some Souri encouragingly duced by her will bo fcrtilo nnd tho pn to north into tho Tunuossco Critten lately visited his sisters Mrs DCJ Moor- Â¬ Waal th general ho reckons thers chicks strong nnd vigorous Your ground would bo strong enough dens corps is hero at Leo nud Gordons man of this placo nnd Mrs Frank Pey Â¬ goiu ter bo n big fight n hes goin fo is mill TJiomas corps has just parsed in itself but weak ou tho flanks espe- tor git hisself killed POULTRY POINTS ton of Falls of Rough through Stevens gap down here ten or cially your left mid in caso of retreat Heavens oxclaiinod Laura What Light nnd Air ItoonU Jack Howard went to LouisUlle Fil to in- Â¬ to nnl Deila of Straw n dozen miles from Crittondon whilo you would havo tho creek to cross in does it nil menu In Winter day to see if the doctors enn do nnything McCook is at Alpine 20 miles away fnco of an enemy a hazardous underMeans Miss Dnggs A writer in Tho Poultry norald says for his lameness since that accident of his from Thomas Wo aro off hero near taking I would turn your loft nud get Miss BaggyJ cried tho wife bristhat ho put CO chickens in n small green at a saw mill last winter Itceds bridgo tho tip of tho left wing possession 1 of tlio roads to Chattanooga tling So its i omctliing about her could defeat you and force Iioufo which ho had used for growiug 40 miks from McCook tho tip of tho Perhaps Its nil bout her Mrs Rutli Dawson Lewisport is visit Â¬ you to recross tho creek Whilo yon Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting lettuce etc nnd CO in a house built on right wing Tell mo what you mean this inwcro doing so 1 would knock you to She Milt Matheny purposo to uso ns n brooding houso All ing her Bragg is hero nt Lafayette on tho your patronage I am stant said Laura witli flashing eyes Respectfully wcro from ouo hntch nud nliko in nil will bo in tho neighborhood two weeks past bidu of tho Pigeon mountains and pieces If you succeeded in crossing By this timo Jakoy had got to n pohft you would find my troops in your rear respects At tho end of throo mouths ho and will visit other friends opposito our center at Crawfish Springs whero ho could begin to tell his story had 10 chickens in tho greenhouse and whero ho cau strike any onoof our corps between you and Chnttuuooga Charley Deane is the boss fisher Others Jakoy neither understood nor even Ho did so nftir tlio following fashion sold thorn nil nt 125 n pair In tho Ho cau rido up on to tho pcparatoly Miss Brggs sho wor kotched takln heard a word his opponent said but ho brooding houso ho had 18 chickens nnd may go and return empty handed but Pigeon mountains and looking down tli telcgrapu offn th wires n turned could only select thrco of them ns fit to Charley never fails to get in with a well STEPHENSPORT on tho valley of tho Chickamauga bcu looked ns seriously studious over tlio over ter th general Tiio general ho Safe and Sure Ladies Friend problem ns it ho wero tho general comsoil among tho others Ho gnvo tho light filled string of the lluny tribj just whero wo aro located 1 was up wanted ter turn hor over ter headquarM manding nud nir credit for tlio differonco nud Everybody busy nnd as n consequence thero myself tho other day with n rue Chsrloy Deano wenttoLouiBvilleMon MARK TRADE I WHITE t CROSS ters but they wns too smart for him asked Aro you whipped general says that in a plryo whero ho could not day to get ounoitering party and camo upon ouo of A a straw hat and it is unfair news is very scarce here They tolo him ter try her a kill her TFlilto Cross 0 lf yonr nrnp grow cdiblo lettuce or whero tho plants his scouts looking at us very much as Maynnrd O Tlio critl monsters critd Laura Bass fishing wns very good in Sinking Female TnlilPtu n L Rlst docn not keep Wual mobbo ef I air wUppad I spindly a4 vre nc4 woll in nnybody to say its races this week in ono would humiy n barnyard of fat tlietn mlilresK true lcmnle Keg E MafbetfxhwfsBt it wreg Thsyd tmvrr Creek Saturday for the first time this ulntor Guixrnn dont know nottiin bout it u Ill jest i4ionld coarfdet it folly to the city and BOino excuse etc vaiertd lit voitoxoin T turkcyl beforo Christmas teptl or money re ST IOUIS MO S go ou flghtin till 1 mako you uns think not bo liksly to express it that way year try to rnlso chickens Master Roy Moorman fell from n horso Ho paused and seemed loit in somo nice 8200 tumled said Souri you uns air whipped Tho lack of sufllclent light may bo tho n few days ago and broke one of tho attendant problem lrtbeiitly ho added thit Marshall Morgan mndo three arrests Reckon thets bout it with n spy Like Grant nt Pittsburg Landing great causo why many fall to succeed absently The reference waa lost on Jakey but anyhow Th gi mral ho tried her but woll in raising their chickens in a brood- bones between his elbow nnd wrist Ho lato Saturday ovcnlng for drunken and Louisville Sf Louis Texas H R Co All Id bonfraid of would bo deis tho youngest Eon of W R Moorman disorderly conduct when it ooiuc ter kiliin her ho wasnt er it led him to think that ho had made a lay thar Church going people Sunday are Mr Frank 0 Ferry camo up from Tho plan of removing tho roosts from What dymean bythet nsked Ja point Ho looked very wNo and said Tho noble man It is just like him nothing Ho was thinking ou a Hue tho honhouso during tho winter nud indebted to Lounie Harper nnd brother Henderson Sunday evening t join his koy which ho feared might bo of somo prac from Laura giving tho fowl beds of straw in which for considerable work and lisk In putting wife who has been here for n fow days Maynard hturteri I was thinking tical importance to his individual solf Thou ho found out thet sho wns n to sit upon tho ground seems to bo find the bell in order for calling the people that I was on tho other side ho said Mrs Frank 0 Ferry camo up from sister of a old friend o hi n Tutting- - JUffect Ho was not certain but that it would bo ing favor with somo writers upon poul- together You mm Jakoy in a military point of Who was that fiom Laura Henderson Friday to remain somo time necessary for him to mako tho connecttry subjects Wo admit tlio greater view tho beauty of tho bituation is all ing link in person between his friend At 600 oclek A H Sunday Dec 30 1594 Mr Fit Hugh As accommodating and irresistible as with her parents Mr and Mrs E II warmth but not tho claim of puror nir with tho Confederates Carolino kiti Hugh and liis friends wife So ho turned the thoro which is mndo by thoso who nd over is Amos Board of Hnrdlnsburg and Miller How Kockou Yct Bound Traim Eatl Bound Train conversation on lines of retreat vocato this plan With us tlio cold nir a right hen ty welcome did Glendcnno They cau cut us up in detail Stephensport merchants have stocked Who is she asknl Souri of Laura Now suppoaiu he said just sup does not comu in near tho ground but give him lost week when he was hero up with lots of clean fresh merchandise 63 M Whad ydo ef y worhinruns I I never saw hei I know who passes Mall Mail a I war in near tho top drops down to for a short time I Id drivo n wedgo right in hero posin away busted right hjar howd sho is though So co mo on good people and sco for Kiprt Kxpri STATIONS Exprs Kxpr I git tho floor by its greater weight nud ns Thomas between and Crittendens Then th general ho dressed hissolf Dally Dally Dally Dally Friilay morning Louis had a yourselves depend on thoconditiou That wnr mod corps Id destroy first ono nud then of things would wero tho general oppos llko n private sojer n ho u Corporal it becomes othor end rises ngniu to pass twenty aero field of coin all Ashley grow Â¬ Mr L B Helm and littlo grand son 630pm 7 30im IvUnn ptar 1 Klpra 8 3fpm 1 If up and out nt the 12 45 74Kentucky St the other After that Id eat my rations 615 815 Ratigan you youd never get away safely 8 25 West Point 1125 735 Tho purer nir is usually n littlo nbovo ing finely Saturday morning there were B Helm Vaughn made a flying trip to 7 2 nud havo plenty of timo to tako caro of ing o clnimed Souri Corporal Ratigan 7 80 1JU2am 7 30 82S Howard never stop till 1 had driven you into tho floor tho floor being continunlly not five hundred hills standing In ono Louisville Tuesday morning nnd return- Â¬ 7 47 AlcCookp which is too far away oven Id Kock Haven 1147 8 45 714 Yns ho n Corporal Uatiguu thoy tho Tennossco river giving off somo impurity from tho drop- night the cut worm had doue its work ed Wednesduy night 707 765 86J Ionfr Branch USD to hear tho guns run her over th linos 9 02 8 04 nrandenburg 1131 6S8 How could I get thar from hyar pings but tho grontest objections to tho This is a fact said Jakey Thotud bo hunky 6 48 1122 Kkron 813 Ull Well lrom Laura breathlessly Mrs M Blain mndo n rip to Iouls This part of your army whero we 11 It straw plan is that in n section whero 8 21 919 Guiton protending to catch his friends enthu 640t n they Th general ho confessed 1105 9 30 Eli Pile of Allen Texas was on Satur- Â¬ villo the post week to purchase somo 8 30 Irvington nro now could only fall back ou Koss 630 straw is not plenty ninny would not hiasin Pity twasnt tother way n 1069 8 33 Webster 614 93J Jnkuy hesitated tho flanks would bo better triod him u ehnugo it often enough or uso enough of days train returning from Ruth where moro summer goods for K B Blain 1049 Lodlburg9 47 8 45 600 wo had em as they got wo uns Mobbo villo Thero Oh Souri Sentenced him ter bo 1041 Pierce 9 CO protected for a stand You could go 865 567 He has Bro our popular grocers it Indeed wo doubt if thoso who had he had been visiting relatives of you uns wor in command of our ar 1037 1000 Siiple 900 662 Hossvillo to Chattanooga by this help mo straw to burn would tako sufficient enro been out at his old home near Burns for 1028 Stephenaport 1009 9 09 645 my y moughtdo soiuepu fo ter change from And Laura tottered against her friend Mr Sod Still well of Balltown was in 914 10 23 1014 5 40 road pointing to it ou the map If Addlton in changing it Wo shall keep to our sevoral months but expects to go back til sitcratioii 1029 1020 917 Holt 636 Ter bo cashiered town Saturday on business Mr Still you should bo sumssful in keeping roosts about two feet from tho floor Cloverport 1005 1033 I 9 28 624 to Texas next week Do tell mo what it is gasped Lan your enemy far enough from yon and 10 CO well until a year or moro ago was a 931 10 9 Shops 621 Yes whatd y do 9 48 Sklllman 9 43 1060 609 Tmo lies Day They say Ed Fry nt Dtnn A Sons resident of our community long enough you might cross the river rn lookivg imploringly nt Souri 4 69 1102 937 964 That s a poser Jakey Haweville 1 dont know 9 29 4 61 It is not rn uncommon feat for a lion warehouse is the boss hand to pack to- Â¬ Sheriff Pate with quite a party of la- Â¬ 1002 1109 Whnt is it Jukoy Petrie Maynard studied lii 3 improvised map thero and bavo your army You might 9 23 1115 4 45 10 07 Falcon to lay two eggs n day especially tho bacco In tho hogshead He packed two Boiu dropped outn th seivice Cayce for nwhilo without speaking as if it perhaps stay there if not too reduced in 919 4 42 Saturday at 1012 1119 numbers and if you could keep your Lewfiport 1125 And is that nil cried Laura hys Leghorns and other lnying breeds when hogsheads of fivo fillings each in fifty dles and gentlemen spent 1018 436 Ull wcro a chessboard At last ho said 9 05 4 20 Poweri line of supply open teiically Only dropped out of tho forced I onco know n gamo hen snys minutes lnst Friday Lets heat from tho the Big Falls fishing and they caught a 1035 1143 General Hosecrans I learn lias or 8 40 4 08 1048 1268im Patea very nice string of small bass Ac This nir th bridgo Id cross th nud fur doing n ncMo net I nn experienced poultrymnn to mako n service 12 Ura 8 30 4 00 Owentboro 1069 dered his scattered columns concentrat 1109 817 Mattlngly 3 47 reckon pointing to Heeds Poor Mark I know that Lowill considregular practice of laying two eggs a man who can beat it Marshall Huso Morgan had tho cala- Â¬ 1114 1218 ed at Crawfish Springs tho center of creek on I Griffith 8 09 122 3 41 bridgo on tho map T L Curtis left Saturday for Indiana boose full Saturday night He with 1119 1227 er this n tvniblo disgrace but to mo it day nbout two days in tho wook nud Stanley 616 3 37 his lino Perhaps this is as good a plan 1235 Worthlngton 7 55 330 Thats tho nearest frcm whero wo is n blessing N iw I can bliow him how what is more sho would inyono egg tho where ho goes to join his wife Mrs some deputies placed six under arrest at 1125 ns any at least if llragg gives him timo 12 42 Heads 1133 323 7f0 I love him nud dioppiug her head oil day beforo nnd tho dny after Ono week Curtis left a few weeks ago for Princeton 1263 7 42 1145 Spotttvllle 316 enough to close up To mo two plans nro 1163pm 1269 Waal general said Jakey ill n Souris shoulder sho burit into a tor- sho laid ton oggs Sho wns often shut where she is under medical treatment ono time and took them to tho calaboose 734 llaiettt 310 scorn to bo open Ono is to demonstrate Parties near Hardinsburg Jolly Sta- Â¬ 1210am 1 15pm arHenderan Iv 720am 265pm tone to indicate that tho discussion of rent of teats up ulono sothnt no othor hens could get If along tho Chickamauga principally is nblo they will go on to Illinois she tlio campaign was ended ef you uns tion Kirk McDaniels Glendeane Ac near hor nnd nt night two eggs wcro iu with cavalry while JTO lit CONTINUED An nbsenco wanting fire Insurance would do well to Havo you Hollowed your Slibucrip bust me Ill retreat thet n wny her nest But tho most romnrkublo r co for a visit of a few weeks interrupted Whats demonstrate Nothing more wns said about tho imord that over enmo to my notice wns of of a month or moro is what Mr Curtis writo to R W Vaughn agent at Step- Â¬ tlnn for 80S tho listener n ooop of fivo silver peuciled Hnmburg expects KEENAN CHAPEL Mako a feint nfuss protend to havo aginary campaign by either Mayiiards hensport oyo was fixed on his water map and ho huns Thoy woro opt by a friend who Tjio school hall had throo sermons n big forco and only havo n littlo ono I Ry Fordsvllle Branch Mr Alfred Root of Union Star paid L St L was lost in study Jakoy let him nlono worked iu n butchers shop and I havo preached in it Sunday In tho forencon I would lcavo tho campfires burning at the city of Stephensport a visit on last Farmers nro busy planting corn ho snw that ho was drifting back to no reason to doubt hla word Tho hens night to mako them think I was still till the Rev Henry Hook preached the Monday and spent a good part of the TIME TABLE No 24 his tioublo Then ho endeavored to lead Mrs Nannie Kolgeru is on tho siek had nil tho fresh meat thoy would oat tliifre and draw my army away to Misnnd tho wny thoy shelled out tho eggs funcrnl sermon of nn infant child of Lum day in looking at the girls out of bis TAKING EFFECT DEO him into wnr again At last seizing n list 30 1894 sion ridgo Moving backward en con Now you Alfio was n caution On ninny days thoy Smiths in tho afternoon a He v Mr fnvorablo opportunity tho boy suggestother eye WcstPound Trains Hast Hound Trains verging lines Our Sunday School is progressing nice- - would lay ten eggs goiug on ed tho propriety of sending somo mes tho nest Osborne expounded the gospel to eager Rev Hunt preached a sermon on Bible Daily Dally Dally Dally Whats them iy early iu tho morning ami lata in tho listeners and a full house greeted Rev sanctlllcation Sunday morning and Sin Â¬ ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun sage to his wife Linns coming to u focus NoS No 1 No 2 No f nfternoon but upon tho day following J B Hnynes in the evening Time enough for that after the Owen Senton is having his house re less Perfection at night Both sermons 1010am Ly IrvinKtna Ar 9 20am Wlutsn focus thoy would not lny moro than two or fight was all Maynard would say painted 1160 Garfield 810 Confound it Jakoy wollbc attack Its astonishing how fearlessly people I were well tendered and were sound 1205pm Harntd 7 50 three if nuy Fresh moat nud plenty of Jakey was discouraged Ho know that ed and whipped beforo I enn mako you Hardinsburg 1222 7 30 P II Keenan who has been ill for oxcrciso were tho thiugs which sometimes try to Imposo on a trustful Baptist doctrines There were a great caused 1268 Kirk 7 00 Those roads you bco coino if his friend lived after tlio fight it sometime understand o nro glad to know is impublic Their ambition often exceeds many out to hear him such an abundant production of eggs together at Chattanooga Prom Chntta would not bo his own fault Glendeane 123 630 Tho farmers in this section have been proving their Judgment and their audacity in Dempster 135 620 nooga if ntcebsary tho army could bo Iuultry 1UnU 165 arFallsIloughlv 6 00 sulls reason How onu can take up n greatly annoyed by the ravenous cut- Â¬ Jakoy considered himsulf bound in Mr nud Mrs Sam Patterson attended crossed 330 Hock vale 6 27 In Huglnud muuy high titled ladies stray poem copy 2 42 Huth it verbatim and have worms and corn fields and gardens havo 516 I thought wo uns was n Mlerlu honor to report to Mrs Maynard her church nt Tar Fork Sunday night employ regular professional poultry 351 Asklns 6 03 them unsl observed Jakey surprised husbands condition not only on ac3 11 1 60 Oaks Mr Wilbur Keenau was tho guest of keopers They havo largo nud elabornto it published as his own is surprising but suffered very much indeed We trust count of his promlso made hor ou tho S40pm ArKordsvilleLv 4 35am at tho turn the campaign had taken poultry houses oiid tako great prldo in when it comes to stealing a favorite piece the present warm weather may continuo Mr Chnrley Itogora Saturday Uglit Jakoy did you ever hear of tho mau evening of his departure for tho front exhibiting their fine specimens at tho from ono cf the old Masters and trying and drive them deep into mother earth From thorny ono of our young men who hold his adversary down by placing but becauso ho had n vaguo unformuOur energetic fellow townsmen Dot talks ono of our fairest will tnkonlrip poultry shows In this country thoro to palm it oflns original surprise gives his noso botweeu that adversarys lated notion that thero nro certain exinra nlso many flno ebtntcs whero pura wiy to disgust Plagiarist if this meets Stiles and 0 P Vititoo received tho con- Â¬ gencies whero only womou can do to Texas Who Is it Jim teeth p AWHMAN the widely known special somopn nud ho know that tho gen- vjMrs Owen Seaton was tho guest of bred poultry forms oue of tho pwotical your eye will you please turn to tho tract to furnish the government about No nnd nttrnctivo featurew Tho poultry blblo nnd learn that God says Thou a barge of rock a day to help build the lit alter years of study hasso perfected hlj required his wifos attention eral system of mall treatment thathe can now Well thats tho way woro holding Mrs Sam Mullet one day last week plants ou such estates nro simply per Do this beforo some dike at Flint Island shall not steal Work was com- Â¬ assure the sick and sufferlne aperraaneBt our en my but your romark leads to Mounting Tom ho set off toward Itttss W T Mau likrs to nttc ad the 11 to Â¬ fto in oviy detnil Among thoso who bold ono of your brotherhood claims to menced In earnest Monday morning in ville remembering by tho water map tho otsrgr hide of tho problem Desper ye haul mk cstnbVrfmirtiti in NY rs ry nt llfgali that tho right hand road led thtre Whats tbo attraction ate disuses require desperato remedies Tsrk nr tn Vlco PilHri Morton bo tho author oftho sacred writings the Perrigo quarry above town It was ubout 11 oclock ut night when wero a general Id never bo on tho If I Ono ol our young men is n dear lover Qoorge Gould nnd Judge Hilton Mr Jas Frank Biggs left on Sunday themselves defensivo if I could help it cost what ho rcachod liossvillo Ho determined of llowers but he prefers tlio blue Hollo All Cbronlo DisÂ¬ morning for Pettie Ky to join his to rest thero n few hours nud making IIcu Vemiu Incubator it might It sets a man to wondering Gun TLKUBV eases Treated Mr Will Sklllman has father Mr James Biggs who was or- Â¬ Frank Tabeling ol Tnr Fork has joinwhat his enemy is going to do instead for n cavalry camp got on ths soft Tho nvernge hatch by lions tnkon in had sore eyes for years Ho has tried CATARRH DCAfNCSS dered thero by Collector Powers the past of doing bomethiug himself Now our fcido of n sergeant nud tnrnod In with ed the Sunday School nt this place RONCHIAL tho ngjregnte is nbout 75 per cent many ANO IUNQ doctors and remedies and has week We are truly glad Mr Biggs 8r TROUlltlHCANTtTOM southernmost column might bo pushed liis natural associates tho soldiers JaWith tho right kind of hens ns sitters ACH LWfn AND BOWtL out horo putting his finger on tho koy nsked tho guaid to wnkcu him nt 3 and fortllo oggs thu hen will do much always failed io get relief until we sold has been stationed so closa to home ami Disuses trilCPSV Ht NCRVOU EXHAUSTION lino denoting tho Georgia Central rail- oclock nt which time after n bito fur hotter than tho incubator Again hens himatubo of Sutherlands Eagle Kyo glad Jim Frank has obtained a situation KIN OlICAtra RHCU sergeant and to cut tho Confederates avenuo nished by his friend tho road MATISM ANO NCURAIOIA will hatch oggs that nro older and bring Salve wliich cured him inside of ono where he can be with his father WOIhr Yu for supplies Dragg might tuni and a feed for Tom ho set off toward Chat The best and moat forth bettor chicks than nil incubator week Dr Bolls Piuo Tar Honey sells The party who picked up the little iinmtv wnici INSUHI1S Solely lKHKyM scientific treatment lor crush it but ho cau do that now Tho tanooga At daylight ho crossed tho would with tho same eggs In faot to well and cures Respectfully n HJEflTlirnO cigar box containing a reel and some Quick and permantnt euro f 5Sarantee5 trouble is Jakey wo need troops for Tcnnessco river uud was soon on his havo good nvorago hatches with nu Incu M Mkyku Co foiling tackle at the Falls Saturday new treatment lor I ILKS and UIGURS way across tho neck of Moccasin point quick marches flying columns to movo bator ono must have fresh eggs or tho January 15 1893 Young or old men suffering- from Burns Ky will do well to leave tlia reel at the store kidnit without camp oquipago Such a column toward his dostinntlou hate will bo poor BLAMCR URINSRT DISCASIS alOOO POISON Sutherlands Kaglo Kyo Salvo lias douo of Miller Sc Mattiugly at Sample and re As Jakoy approached tho plantation down thero could striko retreat strike 3 xhau8tion actually re to vigor health sad happiness a great deal mora for mo than can be ceive reward otherwJM they may get D ApPlo1ociteavltbUIsBalH at another point nud so coufuso an ouo it occurred to him for the first timo that Baokleaa Arnica Salve t told by pen W II Skuxma my that ho wouldnt know what was to tho information ho boro was not pleas m thi party is tU ol ex caw specialists who carefully eon- - Vs themselves into trouble Mac aaaa The Best Salve in the world for Guts aud prepare the ant for him to glvo to nny one espeNee liappon next Buiu8 Ky known and will bo arretted CoHaultatteR and opinio bbTt V fl TrwuwatJurnlsbsdattlKjowraUol lirulses bores Ulcers SaltKheumFever cially a woman and that woman thu Jakoy waa too young to understand Thera was a large crowd ef boys and Obituary notices nud resolution of Sores TetterCliapped HandsOhllblains gouornls wife nobs ConllMnanlollljPaln Horror ami Rkl 2 Tl 3 MiHTH tho phases of tho war problem in which Reckon she unsll bo skocrod when Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos- Â¬ espect inserted at 6 cents a line Par- Â¬ girls frow IlnrdlMhurg TJalra 8ir and Write tu rety atsU fully and smIom stamp Mnyuards mind had bocomo engrossed My wlfo iwod MUlilMtH IHIKKH be- Stephensport and Millers store who itively cures Piles or no pay required ties sending in these notices will please to tho obliteration of his trial disgrace ihosecs me ho muttered tohiuisolf fun Iilrlli if lur II rut ulillil nlio did not UaBKsrWt3iita AiMse went to tue Kg Falls to fish Saitmlay I dont llko this business nohow Won iiltorfriiiii lttHfir IMINS wusnulciily wife child friends comrade every Â¬ It is guaranteed to give perfect satis Â¬ bear this in mind THC APPICMAN MEDICINE BO rout twiiti tu i ruium uuur sunuriucr nut dor I didnt think o this txjfo Some JUiwd and some did not but all Wish thing but tho gnmo that charmed him 973E4W8Tm faction or money refunded Price 25 CrtKAM HU 1IMU xliuliml ho nuliis utoruaiii mm Iter they wor somo un ter toll hor Mobbo Our spring lino of Monarch sliirta had a geed time As old Sol lowered Cut Jakcys mind was as much on his firovorj vMDirnniii cents per box For sale by A It Fisher 1 awaiting your Inspection cow iu ami hlttieslf ia the West the different parties l doiiniron uiiiuum Ala friend ns his friends was ou the prob Â¬ Ill see Bourl first Ef I do Ill lot hor Hunt lir Mull or rxnresn im rocrlulor s them Babbago J look lem and ho dotonnined to go on fostor- - teH To JlolU- IN DOUBT liliT 100 rwr Mil began to wend their Vay home after a WOMEN Dot Jakoy was not so luoky Ho ir iiulioa luce lug tho awakouiMl Interest Unmindful The V Reports day delifhUully spent Sheriff Pale IIHtliHKIlt lltfillMTOK CO AtUU rnf the demoflsksHoa Md thus far ho reached tho plantation just beforo broak Cry XJaiJC Jailer 8bellni ami Constable Yatiflu show Baking PewiUr I Mt me ni M Laura Maynard cast a HU AU BHB88ISTI saUiily broke oat were among the number PENNYROYAt WAFERS her chamber window fjio svjmhr to all others gnpposilH I wor Ik cow- - glMw kBYr PMflflliilio rX F XM IT gH ELTT3 Â¬ Â¬ steps Wff carrying IiIh points nud whether or un thoy wero original nr ingenious ho car ried them Sometimes liis parrying wns very clumsy It wns o now Ho must gain timo nt nil hazards What nir what Thcios something happened to tho colonel I know it Tell niu tho worst Wnnl now Mis Maynard tho gcnernl ha Imint dead nohow Thank heaven ho Iirsl Is ho ill or wounded Is tho wound mortal Or is liis illness dangerous Will ho recover Oh tell me toll mo Which un o thorn nir question sholl I answer fust Souii camo out on to tho veranda and seeing Jakey took him into her arms What nro yot doing here Jnkey Oh Jnley what is it Now Jnkey had Ids own methods of is no infnllllilo rulo for selecting tho best layers in n flock of lions says C O Gnlo in nn ex ehnugo but there nro n few Indications that show which hens aro probably thu best layers I say probably for the rule docs not nlwnyswork nud exceptions to it nro uottaro It will bo understood by It is tmo that thero nrm Ell Denu ami Billy Mnltingly went io Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hordinsburg Saturday 11 Hook Hnrdinsburg rpent Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday in tow n Ernest Robertson went to Cloverport to the Clny speaking Fiidny Bob MeGuilln nnd ton Wilbur liar- diusburg wcro here SaturJny Master Edgnr Bennett Irvington was visiting friends here lost week Mrs Lizzie Lewi Irvington wns the guest of Mrs Jesse L Owen lnst week Ur Bush came up from tho Falls and stopped n dny at tho Mnttingly hotel lust weik Judge Win Often and two of his sons of Onensboro were vlsltlifg Mr Jibeo L Owen last week Rev Hnynes of Gntfleld gnvo the Glfiideaucrs excellent sermons Saturday night and Sunday night Mr and Mrs D 0 Moorman Ray Â¬ mond Mendor nud others attended preaching nt tlio Falls Sunday Sidnny Wllllngjinm of Henderson is holding down the telegraph oillce during the absenco of Mr Curtis operator nnd agent Milt Mntheny says Tell the people If mi body is short of cut worms npply to him nnd his garden will supply nny Will make the present season at my farm and at Hardinsburg Hardinsburg April 12th and 13th Harry Wilkes Jr Holts Bottom Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 15th and 16th and return each 9th day It costs no more raise a fine horse than it does raise a common one and when offered for sale the well bred one much easier sold and at a far better price Wilkes 16 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs Service fee reduced from 12 10 sure a living colt Clubs of eight or ten for 8 J a Â¬ son-in-la- w C L HAWKINS IU tj Â¬ Â¬ tll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 24 TIME SCHEDULE nsro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BE CURED Li95l MWI M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ItT Â¬ Â¬ T v Â¬ TArOi HI muincnoi MOTHERS Â¬ - td Â¬ FRIEND tr HI -- 1 1 cral it Hyt S Govt Children Pltohrs Castoria for w V U Awarded Highest Honors Werid BMOHfeMRXDGEi HARDINSBURG L H VY MWg IRVINGTON 03LOVRRPORT win n jY HowShalllSpend 6 Fair Dr R jronday B Adklsson went to Louisville BEWLEYVILLE Singing Tuesday evening In tho M E church Tho weather very warm during tho whole week Miss Kills Smith continues to visit Miss Celeste ISeavln Some of our young gentlemen derive great pleasure from Miss Eflles visit Misses It til a and Rosle Smith nnd others from tho Hill Grove community i Mrs I It Murray went to Louisville Monday Tlio frauio of Leon McGavocks new house Is up TIME TABLE flOlHO WKST Passenger Dally arr Ilarltnilurtl2il3 pm RUST OOIKO How aro tho cut worms Is tho usual greeting Little Eva McGlothtan is visiting her grand ma ovor at the McGlothtan home Â¬ CREAM BAKING A power Notice to Subscribers MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD The date on the libel Indicates the time to which your subscription Is paid This serves both as a receipt tn expiration notice every week Kxamine the date printed after tour name on the margin of this paper and see If It Is correct If not correct plsase to let us know If your time has expired pease renew at once Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY i News 8 1895 LOCAL BREVITIES Jcsso Owen is in the city Fresh fruits at tlio City Bakery Mrs F Frniza went to Louisville Fri- day Jas 13 Fisher went to Louisville Fri- day Cool comfortable clothing cheap Sul Â¬ zers D 11 Murray went to Louisville Sun Â¬ -- te srr t day Candles fresh and pure at tbo City Dakery Seo our lino of shirts for boys and men Sulzers Perforated stamping done py Mrs J - C Heist Cool underwear for hot summer days Sulzors Cream and soda only five cents a glass at Keidel Cos Light tan shoes have you seen our selection Sulzers M II Beard and wife of Ilardlnsbug spent Sunday hero Mr and Mrs 0 B Skllluian went to Louisville Monday Mr and Mrs Marion Ilambleton went to Henderson Friday Get a new straw hat a nice line to select from Suzers Mr D Ilambleton had a fine milch cow to die Monday Miss Emma Mosely Stephensport was here Friday shopping Leo Vandergrijt of Stephensport Ky Was jn town Saturday J S Fuqun ghcrliTof Hancock county was In the city Friday Victor Bowtner went to Hardlnsburg Srrnday on hls wheel J II Blytho and mother Hardlnsburg were in town Saturday Mrs II V Duncan and her son Court went to Louiiville Tuesday Ladles and childrens vest to fit all sizes 5 and 10 cents Sulzers Will Hall came down lrom Webster lost week to spend a few days Ernest Robertson Glendeane was here Friday to hear Mr Clay speak Charles May Jr is visiting his cousin Mrs E II Breidenbuch at Owensboro Mr Ed Kelly and Miss Martha Thom- Â¬ as Ilawesville wore in the city Friday Thos L Wroe and II 0 Murray went to Louisville Monday to attend the Der Â¬ by iFor sale two work horses cheap for cash or oa time L II Scherer Clover port Miss Nora Oelzo went to Troy Ind yesterday to visit her brother Powell Oelze - I guaranteo my machiuo oil to bo tLe best made and the cheapest J II Scherer Keep the flies out of your house get some ot our screen doors and windows Sulzers Cheap choice and charming are our spring styles of mllfinery Mrs II V Duncan Derwood Wroe of Chambers spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs TL Wroe Light Brahma eggs for sale Felch 100 for 15 Mrs John Nevitt utraln sirvington Ky Onos eyes linger long over our hata they are beauties and so cheap Mrs II V Duncan Low cut shoes low in style and low in prices cool and neat for summer --k 4 wear Suzors A fine young colt belonging to J E Keith bad itw leg broken Monday by a Wsk from a horse Is not what you pay It la what It pays you to buy your hats from me J4rs II VDuncan Tha largest bottle of the best machine oil for only 10 do at tlio Wheeler it Wil Â¬ ton office Qlpverport Have you Jried our cream 1 It is de- cseuu us your order lor any ihhou Mnjountyou want City Bakery Com uoru chorw corn hcare choice emm weal whet bras for sate by HemkreoM Homing Mllte Hender Â¬ son Ky Kv WALusk preached at Clover 4g nlay M a ged on Creek church last JvlirBfatteH He will ptmeh at Fofdeviile Df xt Sunday CloYroHWiMi ia boek froui tli o we hte oitl bows ami IrfytuU He W VklA wH HAtmL awl Mtlihy Hk r u itt aw all lp c km Us ie for only ahort tlmtv ji ml Wt lr xd If K Th m WorltTs PmJr Tamtt pur tmiHgpowrmM tfw Qqml r ao grmt im TUTP5 cfli Mrs G P Jolly of Hardlnsburg is visiting her daughter Mrs Ken Wnthen J A Witt wants wool go and see him at Mt Merino Miss Salllo Cody Is visiting at Evans Miss Xlary Bandy nnd Miss Ella Helt vlllo two of our bright girls aro off visiting Miss Mngglo Baker U visiting relatives friends and relatives at Patesvlllo Mrs Brnshcar from Preston Is having Cheap goods ran be bought with wool a pleasant weeks visit with her daught Â¬ at J A Witts er Mrs T N Midlothian Monday Mr Jas Gardners family went to Lou Tho Lawn Tennis club met to re Â¬ The Acmo had a pay day last Saturday isvlllo Tuesday organize for tho coming season Wo night and distributed about 700 in cool Mrs J A Witt Bpenl the day In Clo- Â¬ wish tho young people every success cash among tho workingmen with it verport Thursday Mrs J 11 Logan and son Willnrd re- Â¬ Matters Waller George and David Miss Mattio Pumphrey Is visiting rela Â¬ turned homo after two or three weeks Horndon spent Sundny with their little stay visiting relatives at Grand View tives here this week Edwin Of course they Mr Jcsso Ivjkrldge spent several days friends Louis Ind all had a big time in Owensboro lost week Percy Hopper says tho mines at Victo- Â¬ Miss Georgia Sale of Louisville and Mrs Lula Atwell of near Rosella is ria are to bo started up In a few days Miss Jenn Hardin of Brandenburg wero visiting Mrs J A Witt They are being cleaned up now for that guests at tho delightful homo of the Wool wool wool have you any purpose Washlngtons n part of last week Mrs Susan Walker colored gave a Then take It to J A Witt Mr Mike Maul has at last finished his swell entertainment at her homo last Mr D R Murray and Mr J D Bab rock work at Bob Jollys residouce It night in honor of her guest Miss Helm bage wero In town Saturday is a very excellent piece of work and of Owensboro Mr Jesse Eskrldge Vine Grove was proves Mr Maul an export workman Doblos Coffee Economizer makes your visiting relatives hero last week with chisel and hammer on limestone coffee last twice as long Fits any pot Bring your wool to J A Witts and rock Free circular Arthur L Dobio Co Tho members of the Bay View Read get cheap goods and pay your debts Grant Bldg Atlauta Ga Mrs Cunningham who has been visit- Â¬ ing Circlo will meet with Mrs Ken F J Ferry made It pleasant for a num- Â¬ ing relatives at Holt has returned homo Wathiii noxt Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 oclock An interesting program ber of his friends who were onrouto to Dr J 0 Bush Is in Hardlnsburg and has been arranged and au enjoyable tinio Louisville Monday by offering them will remalu until the 1 7th of this month is anticipated seats In the Katie which they Mr L S Board Constantino was Brother Cundiff preached a good ser Â¬ accepted hero taking depositions Friday and Sat Â¬ mon Sunday afternoon His earnestness Luther Hendrick had threo largo to- Â¬ urday and enthusiasm for the Masters causo bacco plant beds eaten up by tho cut All all may please if worms lie thinks they came up out of rayed may charmstylish suits sold by ar Is certainly Impressive and the wish to In dainty J build up His causo is commendable and the ground as his beds were covered A Witt we wish him success in his work with canvas As Mr T J Jolly and grandson Mor Â¬ Jones Mercer vho has been spending There will be no preaching at Free- Â¬ soveral days in Louisville returned ris wero en route to Irvington from dom next Sunday Kev Hook will Bewleyville tho animal they wero preach the funeral of Miss Lucy Norton home Saturday Prof Dugan ossistaut teacher of the driving suddenly fell dead In the shafts at Nortons Valley Dinner on tho Hardlnsburg Normal College returns pf tho buggy Fortunately no bad ro ground and services In the afternoon suits from what might have been a most home Satutday Eggs for sale from puro bred fowls serious accident Mrs E C Burdette of Louisville is Light Brahruas Buff Cochins Silver Wo note tho following ladies in town visiting her daughter Mrs Ed Wright Spangled Hamburgs Whito Leghorns this week visiting and on business Mrs Brown Leghorns Red Caps and B Ply- Â¬ at Judge Mircers Bate Herndon Mrs Jno Wimp Mrs Mrs Hargadirio and Mrs Thompson Ken Wathen Mrs Robt McGlothlan mouth Rocks Israel Holder Clo of St Louis spent soveral days with Mrs verport Ky Mrs G P Jolly Misses Julia and Mag Â¬ V Daniel last week Hon William Miller Hardlnsburg gie Greenwood Miss Harris Miss Suite that touch every ne4d plain came down Friday to meet his old friend Washington and Miss Lucy Frank Hon C M Clay jr They served to- Â¬ practical and stylish Tho price well School will continue another month gether In tho Constitutional Conven- Â¬ youll say its right when we tell you As Variety is the spice of lifo Miss tion Mr Miller is a very warm friend J A Witt Drury will verify the truth of tho adage of Mr Clays I have now my grocery storo open In a pleasant diversion to the pupils In Hogs sold in Louisville Monday at ready to furnish tho people anything in tho near future by giving them an good fresh groceries and confection- Â¬ agreeablo and jolly suipriso which will 4 CO to 4 15 with a downward tendency prove n treat Indeed Come and see what I have Cattle market slow but firm good f took eries Mr and Mrs Otto and family havo cattle steady at 375 to 485 Sheep and T 0 Lewis lambs best fat sheep wool on 3 cents Tho Womans Foreign Missionary So- Â¬ moved to Evers In tho lower part of tho cllppad 3 to 3 cents best lambs 0 cents ciety held its first country meeting at county It is only a temporary move as tho homo of Mrs Ellhu Meador last Fri Mr Otto Is wedded to Irvington and PERSIMMON FLAT day Ten members and five visitors says ho is coming back some time and build Mrs Otto has many friends who Health of this community Is very present and one now member added to are sorry toglvo her up socially and In Â¬ tho roll making the meeting quite a sucgood at this writing tho church cess Miss Jessie Hawkins is visiting rela- Â¬ On next Saturday 3 m tho kThe marriage of Dr Milton Board and Reading Circlo will from 2 tofor p regular tives at Cloverport at this writing meet Miss Isabello Mlllor will tako place at work The Lawn Tennis club meets at Mr W A Tinlus was fho guest of Miss tho residence of tho brides father Mr 5 choir practice at Cstereoptlcon exhibi- Â¬ Bertha Hawkins Sunday evening Matthias Miller on Wednesday May 15 Mr Emmctt Bates was tho guest of at 0 oclock p in Relatives and friends tion nnd lecture at 7 On Sunday morn- Â¬ ing Sunday School at 030 preaching by Miss Lucy Johnson Hites Run Sunday are invited to bo present No cards the pastor In the Baptist chuich at 11 a Mrs Sam Walker and Mrs Jane A hi Circuit Court begins its second session m and 7 oclock p m Can any of our were visiting Mrs James Johnson last of tho present year noxt Monday Liti- Â¬ sister towns beat that program week gation Is light and tho term will be short The good people of tho Baptist denom- Â¬ There was a log packing at Joseph Tho juries lawyers and witnesses how- Â¬ ination havo arranged to havo prayer Kings and Stuait Weatherholts last ever will all bo on hand as tho court meeting every Saturday evoning at 7 week cant run well without them oclock These meetings should be well Quite a crowd attended the lecture at Next Sunday evening and Mondayfol attended as they nro a help to tho St Ro3e Catholic church Wednesday lowlng the people will begin tp come in younger mombors especially and is an night here and tho town will have a live active exercise in every respect deslrablo In a DLr Nat Johnson and Miss Llllie John appearance There is ono murdor case christian community Arrangements havo beon made to son wero visiting relatives at HitesRun on the docket which will bring thirty five witnesses from tho Union Star coun- Â¬ havo Mr Georgo P Kondrick of Louis Â¬ Sunday ville como and give us a lecture and Mr Samuel Ahl and wife of Clover try stereoptlcon exhibition on the life of port wero the guests of Mr James John- Â¬ There are several gold standard men Christ next Saturday evening at 7 oclock son Saturday and Sunday about this town but the majority aro for In tho Baptist church Admission fco Dick Gillian was at Mr Sam Walkers free silver Tho question is discussed in ten cents The views will be especially Sunday breaking his colt to work in his all its phases and the final conclusion is pleasing to the children as well as ya cart He is all right now that we havent got money enough older folk so let all parents como and Judge Mercer has inado one free silver Mr Emmqtt Hawkins attended prayer bring tho little ones and help a just meeting at III tea Run Sunday and at Â¬ speech while Bill Barnes likes the clink cause as well as receive full returns In a of gold tended his best girl homo pleasant and profitable evening Miss Mary and Miss Emily Johnson vA base ball club has been organized Wo want to stnto emphatically that were the guesta of Miss Pearle and Flora out at tho college grounds The mem tho lecture and exhibition to bo given at Walker Hltos Run Sunday bers of the team are as follow s Captain the Baptist church next Saturday even- Â¬ Lost between hero and Jolly Station a Marvin Beard Rice Barlton c c f Doc ing at 7 oclock is under tho auspices of Tho under will please return Gray 1st Mitchell s s Sam Pate I f heart tho Childrens Band und has no con- Â¬ same to Alex Hall and bo rewarded Warren 2d Major 3d Hook c c f nection with tho series of lectures pro Â¬ little Mrs Caleb Hawkins and two Sklllman r f Green c f Secretary and posed and for which privato subscriptions daughters Hallle and Leona were tho Treasurer Gray were obtained last fall Tho remaining guests of Mrs James Chapin Sunday one of those by Prof Hawes tho elo- Â¬ James Mercer who has betn at homo The cut worms are making a clean cutionist will bo given in the near sweep of the corn that is coming up and for bo vera weeks on a vacation returned to Louisville last week He has been future duo notice of which will be givon also they ore destroying tha tobacco through these Itoins beds for some of thp farmers of this sect- Â¬ employed as a hotel clork there for some Our town certainly needs to be Incor- Â¬ now wishes to chango his bus- Â¬ time but ion porated It is not an unusual sight to I think the Holt correspondent was iness We think he has the capacity to see from two to four looso horses gallop Â¬ soinowhat mistaken last week in statipg make a good business man at whatever ing through tho streets and endangering that there was two young ladles of Clo- Â¬ ho might undertake the lives ot numerous little children who verport visiting this community lost Mr Jesso Whitworth told me the other out in the cool of the afterSunday for T was at tho place stated by day that ho thought within the next few usually play noon and evening nnd causing much him days he would drop his card in tho News parents Then too there aro Mr James II and Cyrus Johnson have announcing himself as a candidate for anxiety to Is but a of the Legislature subject to the action of numerous swine which rented tho farm that goes by the name So for of the pesky llttlp flea tho Adams track from the Cooperage the Democratic party Jesse will make comforts sake and peace of mind to Co though there has been some hard a pretty lively fight if he gets in and this parents let us have an incor Â¬ threats made but I guess ho will bo pro Â¬ may bring others into tho field to make anxious porated town by the Company tected things entertaining Tho Democracy EKRON may not be quite so dead yet as some Ashbya Ginseng people Imagine It is a long time until Billy Asbby says ho lias another nice Mrs Thomas Ditto went to Louisville lot of two and three year old ginseng November and we may recover a great Friday He also has a house deal of lost ground ere it oils around roots on hand J T Massey and A B Richardson built in the jolddle of his patch and a weut to Louisville Friday She Did Not Suffer man stationed in it to guard his seng Farmers report cut worms devouring day and night And If at any time a Three months before our first child my everything green in the country ginseng thief should go home rilled wife suffered o from cramps and pains Paul E Buren and wife of Concordia with shot he neednt tell bis wife that she could not gt in or out of the house Ky wero visiting tho family of P P he didni know it was loaded without help and was often in bed for Archer last week two or three days at a time I obtained J R Dowell left for lxington Satur Â¬ a bottle of Mothers Friend and after day where ho goes to attend the Normal M college era the For thirty years Tints Pills have the first application pslns toaduse raps of Mrs A andWimp who has been with eased he cRtlRned EL the parents near here for several months proven a blessing to the invalid remsdyand suffer no ser ioui Imoh friend yenlsnee until 114 hottr of eetifhtcHtent lfi for her hoaie at Owensboro last weik Are truly the ick mans at which Uro site suftsttnl but Httls Mrs Owen GuBKlBgharn who has pain hsrreeovsry wm rapid and oota len visiting Mr and Mrs J H Frytalre For bilious headache dyspepsia piste In fact site sttsr4 no pain afer for the past wsk returned to her home Vrtli ftsr frtauls say Uisy never saw at lUrdiftslMirn Saturday souratomacfi maJameonstipa- - anything to equal Truly mm Mr Win Htlf of Garrett sold out hie tlon and all kindred diseases XothsFriBdW a MfMsIng to x stow and otbsr property at that place peccant mothers and y wifs shall nsr last wetk to Mr oha G Roby ot Wash JpsiswroK ingtoo eouatjr MrHilf wjll locsto la r b without Ii AN ABSOUmCUWL Ekron Eafeuk A ls fiw g 1M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fore-runn- er Twontythrce cases of small pox are re Â¬ ported at Tell City Mr K L Clnrk and wife were passen Â¬ gers to Louisville Monday Tho local option election held t Gar nettsvllle resulted in a nipjority for the drys Mrs McCunc who has been visiting her Bister Mrs Shelley returned homo Passenger Dnlljr arr Hnrdlnsliurj 7i40 a in stead THE JiU X I Summer MONTHS This Is whnt Is worrying tho prudent house wife as tho warm weather ap- Â¬ Lets glauco proaches The comfort of the household must bo looked after down this lisl nnd see what wo have to help you enjoy lifo and make you comfortable attended church at Boweyvllle Sunday Mrs Alonzo Bennett nnd MrsMcCans aro visiting their sister Mrs Shelly In Cloverport Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway returned from a visit to Mrs Morgan of Sirocco Monday Mr and Mrs Bob McGlothlan of Irv Â¬ ington nro visiting relatives in our com munlty Hunter llnrdawny took n very sudden departure for Noith Dakota Saturday night The Sunday School met Saturday afternoon for tho purposo of making arrange ments for Childrens Day exercises Miss Ida Shumate Is viSiting Miss Vic Payne Jesso Eskridgo of Vino Grove is tho guest of Pierce Hardaway Mr Alonzo Moorman of Brandenburg hns been visiting tho family of Chns Drury Hugh Hardaway of Guston attended the League Saturday night and preaching Sundny morning All thenumerary substantives multi- Â¬ plied and modified by superlatives fail to expreas tho cut worms Our farmers are very much harassed by these de- Â¬ structive little creatures and the outlook Is very gloomy just now Tom Cain had quite a number of his friends to spend the day with him Wed Â¬ nesday May 1st A gayer crowd was seldom seen We hope Tom may hnve many many happy returns of his birth- Â¬ day and each be just such a happy ono as this proved to he Brother Cundiff the pastor of tho Methodist peoplo preached Saturday and Sunday at eleven oclock The text Sunday was Rom 8 9 v The sermon was an nblo refutation of the apparently growing heresy that tho body can and does commit sin nnd the soul remains puro and holy Brother Cundiffdeserves credit for good steady work Saturday afternoon ho went ovor and preached at Rosetta and Sunday afternoon at Irvington returning each evening to meet with his peoplo in service nt this place Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TIJCBr DITCIsfV CI VC I hVC rCOlVT rLYO a minute over everything cant set nothing WINDOW CATCHES ventilation easily attached wind from slanting them Always dropping down In your cooking crawling all down causes more vexation than enough keep them out with screen windows and doors wo have tho wire cloth 24 to 40 Inches wide also sliding window frames To hold your window up or down to give you more Door Catches to hold your door open keep the shut They freeze tho cream solid quicker than any other on the market uses but little ice nnd easily taken apart to bo cleaned We have them In 3 4 0 8 10 quart sizes IsOET 11 C sfDETAllfl EDETir7irDQ VriCMlfl rKKCsfcZnLO QTftV Cw w I W V JP Q Oi and Gasoline stoves make cooking more comfortable Uont hent up the room cheaper to use then coal evenings or n Hammock to swing In some cool nook or some Fishing Tackle We study how to make people comfortable how to mako you enjoy life Como to us wo aro comfort mnkers for all mankind SPORT PASTIME SJ5S5 uTSll iirV J C NOLTE Assignee SULZERS f WWVV-VV Remeinber And make the on the market N- - that the Irvington Milling Continue to buy your Go A lady at Tooleys La was very sick with bilious colic when M Q Tisler a prominent merchant of tho town gavo her a bottlo of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says she was well in forty minutes after taking tho first dose For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky nnd Kincheloo Board Hardlnsburg Ky Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle SllCCp Flour Meal and Mill Feed Fertilizers Corn Planters Hay Itnkes Wheat Drills Studebaker nnd Old Hickory Wagons Buggies and Spring Wagons and tho only reliable Self Binder and Mower Binder Twine etc with n guarantee on each nrticle We sell nothing but first class goods at at prices to suit times Remember the best is the cheapest in the long run Your inspection patronage and correspondence respectfully solicited WOLF CREEK Miss Lydin Smith visited her sister Mrs R M Smith of Cedar Flat last week We had a nice gentle rain this morn ing that made tho gardens and flowers look up Mrs Clara Bishop of Illlnoif Is visit- Â¬ ing her sister Mrs Georgo Flannery of this place Misses Annie nnd Ruth Willett of Little Bond wero the guests of Mrs Lam Â¬ Â¬ A Wo sell salt Brick Shingles Cement Bone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco bert Sunday Mr J T Shacklott is very low with that awful disease consumption his re- Â¬ covery is doubtful II J Blackburn returned from the Wo sunny South Friday night welcome Sen home Mr Jud Willett who has been In Texas for the past threo ye nrs is at home on a visit to his parents Miss Cnrrio Davis has a nice line of millinery goods She is a deserving young lftdy aud wo wish her success Mr aud Mrs T W Owings visited Mrs Onjngs mother Saturday and Sunday Little Flora Nevitt of Brandenburg Is visiting her grandma Mrs 0 J Smith Misses Katio Mattingly and Suo Owings spent the night with Miss Jennie Flannery of near Beechland Saturday night Rev Gore from the Seminary preach Â¬ ed two interesting sermons at the Baptist church Sunday Wo would like to havo him with us for ho is a grand man Grand mother Tobin ono of oldest women in this neighborhood Is very low at this date She is perft ctly resigned to die and is only wishing for the end to come soon wJPiggoit IRVINGTON MILLING CO 4 IRVINGTON KY m vVVsyvVV vsy CHINTZ EOYALTY COUNTY SUKVEYOK Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business In the line of Surveying Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners n specialty Also a Notary Public and can tako the acknow- Â¬ Breckonridgo county solicited ledgements of deeds at time of surveying if parties desire it Address at Hardinsburg Ky School Trustees There was a lively little tusslo In the election for school trustees hero last HARDINSBURG KY Saturday There were eleven candidates Will practice in all the Courts in tho and nearly as many factions mixed up in tho raco There was no set ticket County and surrounding District icntlcman or lady to sell Dobles carrying with it the views of any ono of tits any Aluminum Collco Kconomlzer tho factions but each voter had It seems coflce pot t saves onethlnl the coflec Arthur 1 liaDie v to l rant niiiiuinir nuima lia n grievance ot some kind went to the polls selected tho men to suit him and so voted There was tho nntl Logan Cow faction tho K P faction tho Heelers the Catholics tho A P As and the Lord knows how many more SARSAPARILLA All these elements wore In It and for six hours you never saw an old time August election that could beat it For two hours six of tho candidates were neck nnd neck and all stood In tho same notch Tho Derhy last Monday was not half so exciting U Bob Willis anyway Bob kept the tally nnd whooped the boys up Those that came under tho string first AA were J A Barry 13 II Kircke Lalleist E 11 Kingsbury nnd E T Hayues BEST BLOOD PURIFIER The following wOro good seconds A It cures Nervousness Dy Fallon F N DHuy Amol Oelze It B In the world Pie ce Chas 11 Sklllman and Sam Con Â¬ pepsla Sick Headache Boils Tetter Scrof ula and every trouble arising from bad rad blood Try it and bo ure to get NealV h ATTORNEY at LAW R N Miller jft JfLrfaJk NBATS The store of J S Owings was broken open Friday night and a largo amount ot goods stolen including jewelry shoes Tho loss is something near a hun Â¬ ect dred dollars No clue to the robbery has yet been discovered For whooping cough Chamberlains By using jDough Remedy is excellent It freely tho disease is deprived of all dangerous consequences There is no danger In giving the remedy to babies as it contains nothing Injurious 80 cent bottles for sale by A 25 nnd Â¬ Cloverport Ky Hardlnsburg Ky R Fishor and Klncheloe A Board Tried Friends Best A Known Fact ir br Llw PJLUS At The Churehei depends very largely on the The twenty fifth Session of the Owens- Â¬ Sluggish boro District Conference closed at Yelv physical condition Ibgton last Friday evening The occasion blood dulls the brain A Ri was one ot delight and profit Tho next session will be hed In CloÂ¬ pans Tabula after meals will verport dear away the fogs in short Prayer wcetlag at the Elmstrset order Methodist ehurch Thursday evening at Klpuni Tabulfs mty be ofcWlMd through your 745 Msrst druggist lrl ycaU b Rev Rutledg left last night for Wash iBgton elty to attstw tha Kaptlst Con A mn who Is kutiUr jiv g9m n mis vtMitlo mtvim ittv eri si IK itwit msm sm w sum U th wfrcMMU ti Babbags has Just rttivd a fMlt kit Mut fsunlssi Mental Alertness For Mia by AIR FISHER DruHlst Clsverpertt Ky iTABLERSDII P BUOKEYELIMI OINTMENT CRKTAIN A V Watd H IQII6 Im lURK and bstMun of Oftftdy N ifUUu MT u far IB var m tha KKMEDYfcr PILES OURS t au nvtr ijsf VV9Sfrf 4 6 Highest of all in Leavening lowcr Latest THK BRJaOKEHSHLlDGBl NEWS OlxOVRFQRT KY US Govt Report DUKES f T Baking Drftil Powder AL wa ABSOLUTELY PURE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY Let none falter who thinks ho is right Farmers are very tmny proiming for their crops Mr John Downs has purchasod anoth er nli o yoko of cattle Mr Simon Itnwland was at Dukes laet Wednesday on business A regular life J thu best philosophy a pure conscience the best law Gold is good in its place but living bravo and pitrlotic men aro better than Somo men are so selfconcelted they world would be a blank with News 8 1895 ROSETTA We Miss Our Baby We mlis our darling baby We mill hit bright blue eye That sltraya opend with glailnoi Whenever we were nigh We mitt 111 ji oh we miss him an We tnUa htm from our armt And from htt pa pis knee Wc mitt him trom the children In alt their merry glee Wc miss him oh t wc mitt him so Wc mitt Mm from hit cradle We mitt him from his chair Wc mitt him from the table Oh 1 wc mitt him everywhere We mitt him oh I wc mist htm to We mtst Mi toft and roty cheek Laid up against our own i We mitt at tweet a baby at God Ker gae to blets a home Wc miss him oh t we miss him to Miss Argent Mercer returns home toÂ¬ gold day from a pleasant visit in Louisville Como and see tho millinery stock It is nice Ono can not help from being think tho pleased Miss Ivy Kasey has been visiting her uncle Sam Kasey of Irvlngton for tho past week II 1 Head was at homo for a few Ho did not como in and say days howdy as is his custom but left us wishing that his next time to come home had arrived Mr Head alwajs brings a breeze of the outsido world with him and makes ono feel that tliey are glad to bo living Mrs Aud Meador celebrated the anniversary of her birth the 1 Inst All of her children and grand children were Wc miss his tweet and loving lips with her to spend the day except tho ried That parted wide with joy family of Mr Moses Payne llarmd Mr Wave Ilico has uioed into his When hed tee ut coming to htm They were detained at homo through Our prcciout darling hoy new residence that ho has lately erected the illness of Mrs Payne who has been We mitt him oh we mitt him to on tho land he purchased from Win confined to her bed more than a week We mitt his fat and dimpled hand Tindlo Oft reaching out to us A birthday dinner was also celebrated Mr Tom Long wife and thiir three When wed be too busy to take him up at tho home of Mr Win Kenner the 2IM little children wero visiting her partmts Ah t how could It eer be thus I inst Mr Kenner invited all hischildren We miss him oh I we miss him to Mr and Mrs Martin Jarboo Saturday grand children and a host of friends to We mitt our little darlings head and Sunday partake of a bountiful dinner prepared Often pillowed on our breatt A lady wound tho alatm on her clock Now lying neath the sod to cold by his daughters Mr Kenner has the Iorecr more at rest woll wishes of his neighbors and friends the other morning then Bet it up on tho We mitt him oh I we mitt Mm to who also wish him many returns of mantle and was surprised to find that lie made a bright spot in our lives birthdays and may all of tlictn be spent tiio clock wouiii not run That time can neer cllacc as happily and pleasantly as the one VMrs Slarks her daughter in law and Our hearts are sad and vacant now Mrs Angelino Tindle Mrs Clara Camp April IM 1893 And naught can till the place boll and Mrs I on Jarboo were the guests Wc mitt him oh wc mitt him to Farmers in town to day April 2 say of Mrs Sarah Burnett Wihlneeday Mrs Ida I Ilnnwv their fields aro literally alivo with a Ikron Ky April 7 i5 Tho cut worms are cutting don n every strange kind of worm that is neither the cut worm or tho army worm but can do thing in the gardens that is above ground j Tired Weak Nervou juet the sanio mischief Mr J no Slaton The earth seems to bo almost alive with Means impure blood anil overwork or coinmonced planting corn to day but tliein in plates Farmers hardly know too inticli strain on brain anil body The quit seeing it was useless The army what to do about planting their corn only way to cure is to feed the nerves on worm visited this section of country ine army worm i near is also bail m pure blood Thousands of people certify about fifteen years ago and seemed to places Mr Oscar McGavock has ono that the best blood puriller the best travel in a northernly direction theso of his clover fields devastated by them nerve tonic and strength builder is peculiar worms aro uudtcided which Pretty slick to go Into debt millions Hoods Sarsaparilla What it has done way to travel and go In all directions and million and than issue bonds far will also do lor you Hoods for otters it Notwithstanding tho drawback a great them payable in fifty years for your Cures many farmers have finished their plant-- children and grandchildren to pay isnt Nervousness loss of sleep loss of ap- Â¬ No honest man if ho could would iK- it petite and general debility all disappear Harvey Gross lost a lino horse Satur make debtB that his children must pay Hoods arsaparilla is persistently whn Cause of death unknown and no honest nation will inako debts taken and strong nerves sweet sleep dayovening strong body sharp appetite and in a Just a few weeks ago his mother lost a for its children to pty The June bug hat the gcildin wtngt word health and happiness follow the couple of tine calves These calves wero The lightning bug the ll ime a present to Mrs Gross from herbrotht r use of Hoods fcarsaparilla The bed bug has no ulngailall to you nil I F Heard Hardinsburg At feeding Hut It gett there just the iinu The strong point about Hoods Sarsa That is tho way Mr Clay talks aud timo one nfternoon the calves were missparilla is that they aro permanent be Â¬ that Is tho talk which would defeat the ing so tho next evening a searcli being cause they start from the solid foundation party if anj thing could How would it A Valuablo Find of purified vitalized and enriched blood made they wero found both being dead In a hole ono lying on top of the other After years of study and labor there be possible for Clay to answer fully fair- Â¬ How they got in tho holo was a mys has at last been discovered a sure and ly forcibly conclusively tho indictment CONSTANTINE tery as there was no evidence of them neverfailing remedy It has been tested Bradley is to make oil tho grounds nam Â¬ He could not do it falling In or having strugled to get out on patients who havo despaired of over ed by Clay Clay himself believes this indictment We have six or even hacks now run- - Their position indicated being placed being cured the results have been In there every case wonderful Graffs Rheu to bo drawn by Bradley to bo true or ning in our town matic Curo is uncqualed as a positive false Mrs C C Weymetli has been on the If he bolievcs it to be true tho Demo- Â¬ Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute Bick list for a few days but is now better living at 018 Monroo street Paducah Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum Â¬ cratic party cannot trust him with its Mr C C Weymeth and his son CharSciatiea bago Neuralgia especially defense lie made a business trip to Kinoyvillo Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey If he believes it to be false lie has con- Â¬ is tho best grip cure cough lung and Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea and Friday returning homo Saturday all kindred affections is also a valu- Â¬ ducted his present campaign on false It bronchial remedy that has been offered Mrs George Hoyser returned homo to the people during her life Guaran- Â¬ able Blood Purifier being especially use premises from first to lost Friday from her fathers where she has teed Let him accept either alternative and ful in Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all and Bold by Short Haynes Clover been spending the week port DrKlIMcMulliiiMcDaniels M Glandular Enlargements and diseases of ho is disqualified Wo have one objection to Hardin and Mrs J II Whitworth has been very Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Hosetta tho Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely that is his silver fanaticism but if the Bick for a few days but Is now some little W E Brown freo from all narcotics Severe attacks Irvington Ky AA better and wo trust she will soon be well Uicbardson Garfield Ky A It Morris are relieved fn from ono to threo days Republicans are going to conduct their again and a positive curo effected in from five campaign on the lines indicated by Big Spring Ky W C Moorman Glen to eighteen days For sale by A R Clay and wo think they are Clays From the amount of goods we see leav deane Ky P Sherron Bros Co nomination would be a surrender In ad- Â¬ Fisher Cloverport Ky ing Heysers store one would think Kirk Ky Horaco Scott Hardinsburg vance and Hardins to uso the phrase times not so ry hard in this part of the Ky of tho hourfs the logic of the situation county but George sells his goods to A Demoralizing Fad Louisvillo Post suit the times and people come n long way to trado with him If those good women who devised the ANDYVILLE Somo folks will think thnt Dr Bells system of collecting money for churches Hrotherll L Glasgow is boarding Pine Tar Honey is no better than the with Mr George Hoyser as he is a Miss Agnes Spink opened a spring by sending what aro called chain let- Â¬ common cough remedies until they try ters to their acqualnttnces could follow young man and will be near the center school here Monday up their communications merely on ono It Then thoy will know for themselves of his circuit by stopping here Wo Misses Dink Osborn nnd Agnes Spink that its tho best on earth For sale by have heard that the trustees were going attended church at Flint Island Easter line they would doubtless discover Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr R something to astonish them Two vic to sell the parsonage and buy ono here Sunday tims wero recently heard discussing tho IJ McMullin McDanlels M Meyer A which will bo more convenient to all Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W E C M Smith finished planting corn method interested Friday and I believe is tho first in tho Did yon get ono of thoso chain let- Â¬ Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Hov It L Glasgow our new preacher neighborhood Garfiold ARMorris Big Spring Ky ters tilled his first apjioliitiiiont here Sunday V 0 Moorman Glendcano Ky P Sher Â¬ Tho concert was quite a success and I should think I did and It made ino at 11 oclock lirother Glasgow is ono was enjoyed by both old and young w rathy too I dont mind tho ten cents ron Bros A Co Kirk Ky Horaco Scott of our own county boys and Is a prom When you want to attend a first class but it is asking a good deal to expect mo Hardinsburg Ky Ising young man Ho is woll up with the profession and preaches with great entertainment of any kind como to to write three letters to three other peo- Â¬ AndyVille ple and ask thorn to sond ten cents and MOOLEYVILLE power Ho commands respect both in Misses Frank and Nellie Conway of also write threo letters So I just sent and out of the pulpit and from the ac- Â¬ Health good in this community quaintance we have with him we predict Fruit Itidge and Helen Pollock of Gus ten cents and returned tho letter with Farmers aro hustling nnd are woll up for him a good and useful Hfo and we are ton attended tho concert and wero it What did you do with jours Oh I sent threo otters to threo girls with their work proud to welcome him in our little town guests of Miss Dink Osborn Saturday nnd they are all mad nt mo Ono of night and Sunday Aro we going to havo Democratic or- as our preacher and townsman InlesH something should happen to them wrote nnd told mo that I had play gaulzation In old Breckenridge or go in J ed her a low Irish trick and she never inonoio E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of destroy tho apple crop for which wo would forgive mo Now I supposo thoso Business in general is slowly but surely Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine havo such a fine prospect for at present girls will write and make three others reviving Our merchants are doing C M Smith will begin in a few days to a Tar Honey cured hla children of whoop Â¬ angry and they will make threo more fair business ing cough when all things elso failed put new tubs in Ids house and otherwise angry and tho thing will go on and on Mrs J R Mitchell is visiting her Its a nw remedy for all coughs For enlarge his capacity for handling fruit nnd on and by tho ttino those sale by Ihort A Haynes Cloverport Jerry Pikes littlo boy met w th a very folks gt money enough to buildchurch daughtsr Mrs Vessels at Ontnsboro at Dr tbolr It II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer acrioua accident week beforo lost Ho church everybody in tho State will be tho present timo A Co Buras A Taylor was riding a mule and from somo cause I am in favor of Undo Bill Miller for Hosetta W angry at oyerybody else nnd there wont E Brown Irvington Ky A A Rich it reared up and fell backwards on him bo a soul in n fit frame of mind to go to Representative Brine him out wo can Brd8onGarfieldKyAlt Morris Big dislocating his ankle and breaking his church Dreadful aint it and will elect hiuu leg fepring Ky W 0 Moormnn Yes indeed it is Miss Jesse Mitchell of Derby Ind is ri deane Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Tho boys that wore to havo gone on visiting her relatives at this place Miss Kirk Ky Horaco Scott Hardinsburg tho road In a fow days with their variety Jesse is a musical expert being an ex- Â¬ Ky Bhow havo declined starting for tho MMMMXJlUaUtM4 cellent performer on the piano and present on account of tho small pox possessing a rare volco highly cultivated scare About the Siio of It This is rather discouraging to the The prospect for fruit is as fine as ever No State in tho Union treats the news boys as thoy havo iucurred a heavy ex seen nnd this is our hope for tho future penso and spent a great deal of time in papers as Bhort as Kentucky and or in other words it will take the un- Â¬ the Is the result of the usual treatment ot counties and cities have patterned after getting up tlioir show We feel sure blood disorders The system U tilled with i limited production of apples to save the Mercury and 1oUnti remedies more to i the larger corporation Offlco seekers success awaited them on the read be dreaded than tho diftenae mid in a J country and let me say right hero that nnd office holders seek newspapers in short while la In a far wok e condition j notwithstanding all this twaddle about than wrote The most common result U4 JIuencQ and freo advertisement untU Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is dlfferen free coinage of silver it is freo and un tlffey get what they want and then they from all other cough remedies It cures limited production of wheat oats corn for which 8 8 P t the most reliable do all they can to keep the paper out of by allaying the inflammation and giving sure A lew bottles will afford relief potatoes beef pork and above all in this where all else bas failed all the patronage they can When the tone strength vigor and vitality to tho I tuirsrad I rum a terere attack of Msrearlal immediate country a good apple crop auuiartsmnir snui and legs being swollen newspapers assert their rights they will respiralory organs Guaranteed and for to iiura tbsn twice tlislr natural alie causing that will glvo general prosperity for thanioslaxeruclatliia saint - 1 SDeulhundretlt get thea CarlWo Mercury sale by Bhort A Haynes Cloverport ir ir l from Sinking Creek to Salt river we hare uk auuars wuuiiut roues uai eiisr tat ing a lew bottles or r Di ft II McMullin McDanlels M ono vast orchard which gave no return llinproiedmpidlrsiid j Gents fine black hose Hermsdorf Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta last year and nflt raoro than ialf a crop complvtelr cured Ill tin limrtllv rtfeomU W Ji Brown Irvington Ky AA brand for 20cla at Babbagea tho two preceding years Owing to the Iniend jour wonderful iui1lcln to anrouo i aalctsl with this ptlnfuldliwaM Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris droughts for the last three summers the vr r UAJtr Broosiirii jcferaua K K BJjf 8pringKy W 0 Moorman Glen crops generally have been peor heaee I Oar Trtatltsen Blood sad skin pittaits njilltd I Cry deane Ky V Sherron Bros A Co Kirk the people or a poer and hard ran wr SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ilUalt da Ky Horace Scott Hardituburg Ky tmmwMmmmmmmMmmmm they have had but little and ipsny of 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ out them Mrs Sarah Burnett Mrs Laura Bur nett and her two children visited Mrs Iou Jarboo Tuesday There is uothng selfish in a womans insisting upon having the last word she doesnt waut it for herself The prof pect of nppe pear and plum bid fair to a full crop Pt aches about a half crop In this vicinity Mr John Duke has been on tho sick list for several ilis but we are clad to ay lie is getting all right again Mr John Trais and MIssKnto Detter ding passed through Dukes Wednesday on their way to Hawesvillo to get mar- Clay or Hardin that It Is tho purports of tho Republicans to nominate Bradley for Governor and make tho campaign on tho tiilMiianagemcnt of State nflairs nriouB contracts with the Mason Foard Company and tho Tate defalcation That Is tho campaign for which Demo Â¬ crat must prepare How Clearly by showing as we can show that tho Slnto nffalrs bavo been in the main well managed Next by showing ns wo can show that tho contracts with Mason Foard Company havo been for tho State good contracts Third by showing as to can show thnt tho Tato defalcation was not a party sin that it inculpated no ono but Tate that It was exposed by Democratic offic Â¬ ials and that tho truth the wholo truth and nothing but tho truth was published to tlo world at tho time This Is the lino of battle Whom shall we choose for our leader Hardin is Teady to answer Bradley to nnswer any ono in the manner indicated He would not allow tho party to be placed on the defensive IIu would apologizo for nothing Ho has not by innuendo or insinuation accused any Democrat nor condemned tho policy of tho party Hardin believes tho party can bo de Â¬ fended can bn successfully defended Ho knows how baseless aro the slan- Â¬ ders of the enemy Ho has nothing to concenl nothing to bo ashamed of Ho would enter tho campaign confident courageous apgreesive Clay on tho contrary has gone up and down tho State scmctlmes openly sometimes by insinuations assaulting tho Democratic party questioning tho prison contracts and talking nonsense about tho Tate defalcation At Bowling Green April 22 Mr Clay said tho Democratic party had kept in o 111 co nn Inefficient Attorney General for twelve years that General Hardin could not bo expected to do justice as between tho State and tho- - Mason Foard Com- Â¬ pany that in 1891 tho L A N nnd not the people defeated Mr Clay and nomi- Â¬ nated Governor Brown only because they could not namo Gen Hardin They were for Hardin for Governor Brown for Dr Clnrdy for anybody to beat mo I waut you to understand thnt Thoso were his words gentlemen stenographically reported Furthermore this same aspirant says It will not do to load the party down with the political influence of the Lous ville A Nashville Company Jwith an ad Â¬ vocacy of tho unpopular doings of tho Mason Foard Company it will not do lo handicap tho Democracy with the full and free discussion of the Tato defalc- Â¬ ationnow mind you I am making no charge I simply speak of a fact patent It Is Bald thorn nothing to sell Is not this tlio catiso of our hard times or would tho freo nnd unlimited colnngo of silver bet Â¬ ter your condition while oit havo noth Â¬ 1 am nn ardent ing lo exchange for ndvoeato of the old Democratic doctrine of bbmelalflstn nt n parity that can bo mnlutnlned Pitch imtiiriiavlng tho Fame purchasing power at nil trinea and under nil clrcutnslauccB without loss or friction An euiit It imifttiip ndmitted hnrd to attain without nn International agree- Â¬ ment to that cflect for wo aro but ono member of the great family of nations It seems to mo that tho silver men aro the very lost men that should kick for such action would certainly chaugo tho relative value of tho two metals or in other words It would mako a fifty eight cent dollar worth a hundred cents On tho other hand I will put myself on record as opposed to tho unlimited coin- Â¬ age of silver tho unlimited coinage of gold or the unlimited creation of any kind of money for I have had too much to shako my confidenco in man for to willingly give it into tho hands of a fow men that is to say tho present or any succeeding administration nn unlimited money power One slnglo instance thnt of Braril without tho slightest warning or suspicion whatever whore Govern- Â¬ ment was completely overthrown in a slnglo night will mi Ike It was tho money power that did it there It would do it hero Think of this before you if R Wise Way to Economize HERE is I fc n saying almost as old ai bicycling that A second hand Columbia Is to bo prcierrcu to a nowencap machine Just as true to day as it was ten years ago Second Hand Columbia Bicycles Ml these machines have Columbia No been thoroughly overhauled and they will Aire the satisfaction Columbia always do Model 37 Oesr 6 Century Columbia A It H IS C8 it Ml 51 M model nibs nibs ex ttraodtl 1U bins rlrnn ttt jo NolJ No Oesr 93 91 SS 301 No SOI 301 303 30 91 dear 70 pattern 93ptttern 93 30 lbt Gear 70 Columbia Model 33 ttptttarn lUcer 19 lbs Clttree ttpsttrrn Ilucir 19 lbs model blturlra OwrM 70 i jo n light Roadster Pneurnatlo 314 316 0 Tires 11 10 AI 11 IS 70 jj 17 model psttern pattern psttern llenr SS 30 ss ft C IS A IS No 90 90 light Roadster S Solid Tires S3 Gear A A A M BO No ilzht Roadster S3 9 Cushion Tires Gear 94 c a 43 40 1 llscer Haoer A 70 70 Hartford rattem I No 4S0 432 No 104 ImproTed Columbia No Mi J07 at lbs OcreC3 63 63 Model 30 new vV J II A n S0 S3 l 70 uo Ut 115 94 94 94 pstte f n O Hartford Mens Oesr 63 63 A A II A It A 50 SO Columbia No 4 voto Tho way to curo a cough is to stop tho coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cuts looso the mucous heals the lungs 6i 30lba 28 wood rims 4modeL 30 lbs 1 T Uret 91 model 30 lbs 1 T tlren lbs Model 34 91 model Gnt 63 63 63 n teo A A 70 60 61 Oesr Oesr 63 63 t 63 psttern 1 0sr 63 high frsme pattern O Gisr 10 high frame wood rims 12a 94 pattern II UearS9 high frame 121 91 pattern II Oesr 66 high frame high frsme 43 SO 43 S3 A A II Columbia No 30 nnd bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in one night For salo by Short A IInynesClovernort Dr R H McMul- Â¬ M Moyer A Co Buras lin McDanlels A Taylor Rosetta W E Brown IrV ington Ky A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Sprinc Ky W 0 Moormnn Glcndenne Ky P Sherron Bios A Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg Ky Model 36 eo No SJO SI 91 91 model Oesr ss 7S No 521 Diamond Frame Special Hartford Ujcle CM 45 lb Diamond lrome Hpecial Hartford Cycle Co 43 lbs Tandems I0O 93 Columbia No 94 Model 38 63 63 63 1 model Oesr 69 310 T tire low frsme Al II u A A U 69 No to 7S Columbia No 311 No 311 313 94 Model 39 Model 3a model Columbia Regular SO L 103 107 ll Ciuhion tlren Columbia Model C 20 28 UearSJ Solid 90 psttern Columbia 6 O IS tire Clear S3 10 140 Hartford Pattern 11 Cushion tiros o jj j41 101 93 pattern D Hartford Gear S3 II 23 V ladles Bicycles t 45 wood rims K S3 S6 A 40 40 A BIG SPRING Mr T A Meador was in Brandenburg last week John Carter visited relatives at Con- Â¬ stantino and Custer last week Miss Martha Wolf of Louisville hersister Mrs II Meyer L Messrs Tom Hardin nnd Durbln at tended i ourt at Branpenburg last week Dr Strother attended the Meade coun- Â¬ ty Medical Society at Brandenburg last Thursday Tho bicyelo craze has at last struck our town and eomo of tho boys aro learning to master tho wheel Mrs Jessie Clarkson nnd daughter Lady visited relatives in Brandenburg last Thursday and Fridny Miss Relma Strother returned homo Inst Saturday after a stay of several weeks with friends nnd relatives in Louisville Miss Clara Smith of Louisville is in chnrgo of the millinery department at Jacob A Meyers aud ladles desiring now hats and bonnets cannot do better olsc where in taste price and quality Give them a call A excellent condition B very sped C good Cash must accompany tho order Freight or express charges 10 must are to be paid by purchaser If shipped COD be sent with order as a guarantee POPE MANUFACTURING YVM CO Hartford Conn 0 ALLEN Ky Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford Bicycles Cloverport MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL Electropoise Jlev John Rodijcm Danville Ky It is a mystery to me almost a miracle Bev 7 Meek Cutlletttburg Ky I have used the Electropoise for five years and find it invaluable as a curative agent especially is it efficacious in cases of fccblo women and delicate children Jlev Robert llarrelt Louiiiille lluptht Seminary ENDOU8B The largest Commission Houso In tho South Tho most liberal advances nnd best facilities for getting highest market prices You ask why these advantages This market has many largo Woolen nnd Jeans factories Eastern mills havo buyers hero through the Wool season and we being tho largest receivers of Commission Wool attract the buyers to our houso to make purchases Furthermore wo havo ample means to make liberal advances to shippers which is a great advantago to parties who are shipping largely Wo would be pleased to correspond with largo shippers of Wool for special arrangements We also have plenty of room to show your goods and all facilities for handling quickly Wo believe Wool can be handled safely this year as tho markets aro in better shape there is raoro confidence nnd trado is better than last year Cotton is not so low and thero are more men employed than last year Howeverwo would not ndviso speculation but ship often and wo will send to your nddresses at least onco a week during the Wool season our Price Current with prices that you can rely on To all customers who wish to store Wool with us we aro prepared to furnish liberal advances Wo issue regular Warehouse Receipts and will mnko no charge for storage for tho first bIx months after that time a verv low rato will be charged all who wish to hold their Wool Parties who wish to ship us their Wool for immediato sale and this you will find is a very safe way to do business will be suro to realize tho highest market price for their Wool as all Wool shipped to us is submitted to tho Inspection nnd offers of all Wool buyers and tho best offer Is the ono wo accept It will pay yon- to ship your Wool to us Instead of selling it to buyers in tho country for thCo buyers sell it to the dealers here and thus make the profit that should go to you Thus by shipping to us you will avoid tho middle man and get the highest cash price You ship your Wool and wo will do our duty at this end of tho lino will sell Wool for you at the highest market prices and make quick cash remittances Sour it pajs best to ship Wool in first class order so wo advise you to be care- ful In buying It aud avoid hurry Wool unless at reduced prices Sacks furnished free to all who ship their wool to us to sell To all others wo will furnish sacks at actual cost Those having car lots of Wool will do well to ad vise us beforo shipping elsewhere See our Weekly Price Current for prices Yours truly 1 1 WOOL WOOL 4 f Elcctropoisd cured after all oilier remedies failed 7iYr 11 H llrvee lloatlonvilk Ky Electropoise cured opium habit liev Geo Meant Covington Ky HERNDON OARTER p 00 Louisville Ky The Beit Shoes lor the Least Money bWMH fc t W In one night the Electropoise relieved brain congestion nnd vertigo Wo could fill this paper with similar roports but think this sufficient to inter- Â¬ est you in Bonding for book on the sub- Â¬ ject of health Electropoise rented four months for 10 Over One Million Ieople wear the W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos All oar shoes are equally satisfactory Tnej 1tb tns Den Tatua or the money i ner equal custom shoes in atviA tnni 3 SHOE L L DOUGLAS FIT FOR A KING ii JsVai B j ibssssMJ XVtLK DUBOIS 500 WEBB PK SM- - Lx tsHslsssVr 60 xto Bl584 S3 fnlfnnd 5S3BO -- Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed Trie prices are uniform stamped on sole From SI to H tsred over other makes If four dealer cannot supply you we can Unnmelled CordoTon French Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky c means so much more than you imagine serious and In Poor Health health irv AvS wsysAyAayAysAtyAwaf mhe is inrrm amttfitxkjrjrvix s S L SULZER iEiLRHfHiHHff sssssssssssMMsifi- Cloverport J hs Tr IN 250 3iplo 2 nm W nonce isnoes 3tol and Womignwni BY- SCtlMl Shut Unfit 3 S250S2 aftd SI 75 jr your dealer cannot supply uu nltvtur uataivguo W L Douglas V9m Kangaroo lirockton Mats C M McGLOTHLAN CoUnlon Star Ky J 0 BOURNE M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO iatal diseases result froml trifling ailments neglected i i Commission Salesmen of Live Stock i CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILI F 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