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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mw krv i wr THE BREOKENRiDGE NEWS VOT XTX t tk iaJia CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1895 NO 43 CIRCULATION SOUND MONEY 10 IN 1894 119600 IN JANUARY 1895 11900 tirely tho prico of gold and silver as well as of small beer and all other com- Â¬ modities causing fluctuations propor tionate to the supply and demand Its effectual repeal Is therefore n necessary preliminary step toward tho establish ment of tho free coinage system proposed This obnoxious law being out of tho way the ratio of silver to gold might be safely fixed at any point between zero and infinity for the demand for both metals having ceased it would bo a matter of indifference at what point of the scnlo tho ratio Bhould be placed Hence it will readily ho seen by its advocates that if tho question of free coinage should bo brought up in tho approaching Stato con- Â¬ vention tho overshadowing question of a repeal of the obnoxious Democratic law of supply and demand must also bo urged And if the national Democracy can not bo induced to join us in denoun- Â¬ cing this law wo can at least secede from tho national party and becomo nn appendage to my Republican acquaintance who is so sound on this question and who I belies e will gladly accept our aesistanco in repealing tho law in order to make prii es go up Hut as long as this natural law re- Â¬ mains In forco all attempts to make fifty cents equal to a hundred cents a half equal to a whole or tno things of un- Â¬ equal value equal to each other will sig- Â¬ nally fail The Impossibility of accom- Â¬ plishing tills has been demonstrated over and over again during the past GOO years During tho sarao period arbitrary mon archsand parliaments have alike tried to make two metals at fixed ratios circu- Â¬ late side by side in unlimited quantities on an equality but every such attempt Tho intrinsic has proved a failure value that which it will fetch nhen sold in tho market governs the prico of tho article Tho law of Gresham pre- Â¬ viously demonstrated by Oresmo and Copernicus that where two Borts of coin aro current in tho same nation of liko aluo by denominations but not intrinsic illy that which has the last valuo will bo current and tho other as much as possible will bo hoarded prov- Â¬ ed stronger than human laws tho money of inferior valuo driving the superior out of circulation and reducing the currency This lias been to a monometallism done again and again in tho Europeon countries and nearly all middled aged men aro witnesses to the operations of At first tho this law in our country less valuable sliver drovo gold from cir- Â¬ culation reducing us practically to a sil- Â¬ Tho discovery of ver monometallism gold in Calfornia reduced tho value of that metal in regard to silver drovo tho legal tender silver dollar from circulation and placed the country on a monometal- Â¬ lism of gold Tiie silver dollar was melted down exported and Bold as bul- Â¬ lion at n price in excess of its money value although the Government stamp on the gold dollar declared it tho equal Later greenbacks of the silver dollar wore issued as full legal tender money Both gold and silver immediately disappeared oven to half dimes and three cent pieces and wo weru reduced to a currency exclusively of paper so that It required nearly three paper dollars to buy a dollar of silver or gold The sin- Â¬ gular fact is thus presented of tho same Government placing its stamps on threo different kinds of dollars giving to them all equal legal tender effect and declar- Â¬ ing them to bo of tho same efficiency but not only were thoy of different values but each different in valuo from tho others But at tho samo timo there was circulating at its ftico value the 60 octa- Â¬ gon gold piece of California with noth Â¬ ing on it but ft private stamp and having the potentiality to buy one hundred and eighty fivo paper dollars each stamped by the United States Government as worth a full regular legal tender dollar Largo amounts of private gold coins had previous y been issued and extensively circulated in this country without the Government stamp as by Keld In Geor- Â¬ gia and tho Butlers of North Carolina The very coin which gave namo to our dollar was issued from a private mint with a private stamp and circulated free- Â¬ And as has ly throughout Eurojie beon shown gold and silver circulated freely as money without any stamp at all for hundreds of years beforo govern- Â¬ ments took official cognizance of their existonco And yot it is now proclaimed through- Â¬ out the land that gold and silver have no intrinsic value or if they have that value is lost the instant the hand of tho mint master touches them that thoy thon become a mass of roattor devoid of any valuo but that by soroo process of magic unexplained they undergo such a chango that on coming from the mint each coin received aud is wotth any amount which the stamp may placo upon it On this fallacy rests the argument of Senator Jones and other Populists If their theory is true then two pieces of the samo metal of equal weight and fine Â¬ ness and of the same size and form may b stamped the one that it is a dollar the other that it is a thousand dollars and the one rnust purchase a thousand dollars worth of produce while fie other will purchase only the valuo of a dollar1 If this can not be done then the stamp confers no value and the coins are worth only the valuo of the motal which they contain lhis fallacy of the Populists like neat of their other theories la aot Hew It has been often refuted and perhaps by none more effectively than by Locke more Mian two huadred yean ago It waa proposed in eowiidarliwc tha quwt- Â¬ Â¬ FEBRUARY 9970 Jbrftetea MARCH 973- 5- jt Is What Gen Buckner Wants and Has No Desire to Conceal His Views kV t H - - nu un imo to orT nrcrinu untni uutoiiun the Gold Bugs Gono Ovor Body and Soul to LSfe -- J l4V i5Tho -- Peoplo Aro Not With Him Tlio Courier Journal desires to learn your views on tho political Issues now agitating the country was the brief statement by which tho Courier Journal representative presented his draft on tho It was immediately tx Governor honored A general reply to your question wild Gen Buckner would bo to refer you to tho ancient shibboleth of the Democratic party to which with rare xcepttons as in the greenback agitation it has uniformly adhered Local self government sound money and free trado the latter subject only to the necessary wan la of tho Government to collect revenue to defray Its legitimate ex Â¬ penses Tho last enunciation of the principles of tho party in tho Chicago platform 6f rV- - 1892 Is but an elaboration of tho policy thus brielly summarized It advocates tho individuality and tho self reliance of the citizen makts him a factor in his Government and not its dependent do nonnccs legislation which would give bounties to one class and protection to anothor at tho expense of all other citi- Â¬ zens advocates the use of both gold and Bilver as money in which one dollar shall bo worth as much as any other dollar and insists that paper money shall bo maintained at an equal value with coin Tills policy advocated by the Democratic party was overwhelmingly indorsed by tho peoplo at tho polls Every Democrat thus planted himself on this platform and I see no reason why any Bhould abandon it to day The financial question treated in that platform is now the absorbing issue be-Â¬ fore the people made so by tho insist Â¬ ence of a largo portion of tho Democratic party of tho Populists and of many Re Â¬ publicans upon the immediate free coin- Â¬ age of silver in unlimited quantities as full legal tender money at a ratio of 16 to 1 to gold This position sharply an Â¬ tagonizes the enunciations of the Demo-Â¬ cratic platform on tho question Is large- experimental as one of its most promi r t nent advocates declares and therefore should not bo accepted by the people without a calm and careful considera- Â¬ tion of tho consequences which would re Â¬ sult from an experiment which might prove costly and disastrous to the coun- Â¬ try What aro your views on blmetalisra Tho uso of both gold and silver is eo sential to conduct commerco and trado yr vgoldcontaining a much greater valne in j - b puuier uuik is more nueu oy lis port aWlily for larger payments and silver for V the Smaller transactions of bade tho smallest transactions in the retail trade silver wo will gtvo you 400000000 in 10421020290 Is worth only3H4i8221 entailing a loss to tho peoplo of 159 silver dollais of legal tender value your 472039 80 This purchase invohed a annual bounty of 200000000 being asÂ¬ bounty to the silver mine owner on each sured by redeeming your dollars in gold dollar equal to the difference between tlo which Is current throughout the world market value of the silver and the rctual To accomplish this we will bo compelled vnluo of tho standard gold dollar the to sell bonds with which to draw tho depreciated silvor dollar being redeem gold necessary to carry out this charity able in gold Tho aggregate of this But we havo already learned from tho bounty could not have been less than great pnrty which originated this policy 100000000 that a national debt Is a national blessÂ¬ Tho loss resulting from this pun haso ing encouraging industry and thrift might seem sufllcient but it was bet tho amongst tho people in order to earn tho beginning of our disasters The Gc vera means of paying tho Interest on the ment had placed itself in the position of great national dobt of which wo will bo ono who had indorsed and who propos Â¬ so proud And as the Lord loveth a ed indefinitely to indorse the noten of a cheerful giver they will not repine friend whose financial standing was im Â¬ but toll gladly day and night to sustain paired his own ultimate solvency was us in the perpetuation of this magnifi- Â¬ questioned and tho holders of his ob- Â¬ cent charity ligations were anxious to get rid of them It would tax the Imagination of a at any price So our Government hav Â¬ Danto to depict tho disasters which ing Indorsed a metal constantly fulling would result from tho adoption of a in value and having obligated itself to policy so suicidal Tho disastrous ex- Â¬ maintain Its parity at any cost excited periment wo havo already mado demon- Â¬ Â¬ tlon of tho now coinage to give to silver coin a nominal valuo greater than its real value Just as is projtosed by tho ad- Â¬ vocates of freo coinage to day To this proposition Locke replied Tho increasoof denomination does or cau do nothing in the case for it is silver by its quantity and not denomina- Â¬ tion that is tho price of things and the measure of commerco and it is the weight of silver in it and not the name 0f evznnoAY RATES The mostcentrallu located Hotel In the city 1III1 3jT -- n l lutlntr unnnHpfVliv iica nf tlm pnnnap pnln J As more than nine tenths of commerce of the world Is conducted on a system of credits it is desirable that this system should be placed on a broad and firm pasis That basis is coined money for every holdor of a note or other evidence in r -- Indebtedness expects eventually its re- uerapuon in sucn money or lis equiva- Â¬ lent It is evident that the greater the amount of this money of ultimato re Â¬ demption as It ia called the more con Â¬ fidence will be inspired In the value of tho credit on which ills based It should be the policy therefore of Governments to legislate on this subject in such man Â¬ ner as will maintain in circulation tie i- largest amounts of both gold and silver But aa silver of interchangeable value has lost its full legal tender value in nearly every great commercial nation of the world tiie question of its rehabilita- Â¬ tion is a serious one The Democratic V party proposes fn its platform to atÂ¬ tempt tho accomplishment of this result r by international agreementby the con nations l eerted action of all commercial this view A large number differing from propose it accomplishment by the action of ovr Government alone In the free and unlimited coinage of silver at full fcgal tender value at a ratio of 10 to 1 with goW the ratio of actual values being about 31 to 1 There are many objections tethla proposed innovation on the policy entwelatd in the Democratic platform We hay already tried this expert jtwRt c n a limited scale and at a heavy Et Mat to the people Voder tUe Blaail and barman acta the Government aa ap t jwafg from the report of the Director of um Mint baa purcuaata lsa KMi 701 otiMcea of allver at a eot of 464 jlatylWW Tiia pafoUaei a maia fcr tbt avowed puryojM of taking ha Is ttaoeial mile Ufa 4 of mm A Jaw was auo aim ad virtually Oiwaraaiaat to maintain jsfctlgiut thaaUvar dollar at U fall value of the ii paly a WlMlarU goU dollar vNali dona by rtdaamiug it la told XowWm tUodjog this b price of ailvaruatead of iiyreaaing continued to fall until to da tkastlyarwblefa waabottfbUta ocai of vof th M distrust both at home and abroad It was predicted years ago by emln nt writers both at homo and abroad that disastrous consequences would result from the assumption of such an obliga- Â¬ tion The policy was denounced in tho Democratic platform as fraught with possibilities of dangers in the future Peoplo began to doubt tho ability of the Government to redeem Its promises Be- Â¬ ginning as for back as 1890 our securities were thrown upon the market Tho dis-Â¬ trust grew with the continued fall in the price of siher increasing tho respon Â¬ sibilities of the Government to maintain its nomiual value All American secu- Â¬ rities were doubted People distrusted one another A general panic prevailed tho country The silver certificate and greenback were brought to the Treasury for redemption There was a general run on the banks To strengthen them- Â¬ more gold from selves they drew the Treasury To replenish its losses the Treasury was compelled to borrow f 100 000000 within ono year The exciting en uso of this fvarful panic was tho attempt of tho Govern- Â¬ ment to mnko fifty cents worth of silver worth a dollar in gold Attended as it was by threats of the advocates of free silver to pay tho obligations of the Gov- Â¬ ernment in this depreciated currency tho panic continued beyond the rupeal of the Sherman law until the firm atti- Â¬ tude of the executive department con- Â¬ vinced tho world that our Government would sustain its credit by keeping faith with the holders of its securities Jy this attempt of the Government to increase the price of silver it has lost immensely in revenues owing to tho stagnation in commerce It has lost on the depreciation of the purchased silver involving a bounty to the silver miner more than 159000000 And to maintain the run upon the Treasury occasioned by this policy it has been compelled to incur a debt of 100000000 the interest on which will amount to about 130000000 more amounting in the aggregato to about 410000ti00 without counting the large reductions in revenues The additional losses indicted upon the people Individually in conse Â¬ quent of this financial essay aro incal- Â¬ culable Manufacturing establish ments were closed trado was suspended hun- Â¬ dreds of thousands of people were thrown out of employment labor riots were prevalent Coxeyito armies were march Â¬ ing through the land feeding upon tho Bubatanco of tho people and general discontent pervaded tho minds of the people If this retail attempt to uphold the prlco of silver has proved so disastrous I fear that the wholesale experiment which it Is now proposed to try will prove fatal to the country As I havo seeu no suggestion on the part of tho advocates of this experiment to change the existing laws requiring tho redemp Â¬ tion of tho silver coin to give it tho requisite value I assume that they de Â¬ sire redemption in the future as in the past If this be an act for free and un- Â¬ limited coluageso would be equivalent to the Government saying to tho silver miners in all countries and to tho holders of silvers very where You can produce annually an amount of silver which it sold in the markets of the world would bring only about 200000000 yielding you a profit of probably not more than 50000000 You are poor but honest and worthy and your vittue to erves reward Wo are rich and powerful haying become so by a f i uitful commerce with all the nations of the world We can therefore afford to adopt a policy which will isolate us from other nations cut oil all sources of wealth derived from commerce and expend our accumulations in charity Bring therefore ycur silver to our mints We will have it melted down and coined at tho cott of our peo Â¬ plo and for your 200000000 worth I Suffered for Twolve Tears tfrefcfe YOMJS DlSP VWAKY formtriv EnUrprUJTtijAor I Cvuttt v W Viu f JUDICAL ASSOCIATION ailr f OtnlUmm A heart ovwflowlnir with arnU- twt poipWsto write you Twelrp loaa areaanxK root Utm Dstaaae- HMnt and at lut wu atf upbr wy Monti o MMBd- tatf aJuuMt alt we had After lauMtU h Vtli BMOltWfn Tour RflHbaVjPi Kl HMViuMMaiiaiu at iHibaK beaKh iJwaiJiL dar eIUt amyr aut wjrjMte k ettlBtwhave beaaaieUMla mr rleraeiItor fvar HLfrnrJyo4tex- kaTtt jwtMeji tor yaw aal yar obje T WM wmaiinaaa jtcmutc aMWlklaa a jf 0 aoubti Mda itva atf aajtaaa 1mm Yavta bkiabvaiy of tho pieces that men estimate com- Â¬ modities by anil exchange them for If this bo not co whero the necessity of our affairs abroad or ill hus bandry at homo has carried an ay half our treasure and a moiety of our money has gono out of England It is but to issue a proclamation that a penny shall go for two pence sixpence for a shilling half a crown for a crown etc and immed Â¬ iately w Ithout any more ndo we are as rich as before And nhen half tho re- Â¬ maining is gone it is but doing the samo thing again aud raising tho denominastrates conclusively I bellevo tho utter tion anew and we aro where we were and so on whereby supposing the de- Â¬ Inability of our country to sustain alone nomination ruisul lS 10ths every man the price of silver and shows the wisdom will be ns rich with an ounce of silver in of tho Democratic paity in relegating his purso as he was before when ho had the question to tho tribunal of tho commercial nntions of the world who are sixteen ounces there and in as great equally interested with us in tho solution plenty of money able to carry on his of this difficult problem trado without bartering his silver by But might not theso disasters be this short nay of raising being changed avoided by a repeal of tho redemption Into tho valuo of gold This I guess everybody sees can not be so and act and by placing silver on its own yet this must bo bo if it be true that merits w til fn o coinage at 10 to 1 suggested tho Courier Journal represen Â¬ raising the denomination one fifth can tative by way of calling attention to the supply the want or one jot raise the value of silver in respect of other commodities argument of the free coinage advocates Tills question involves a considera- Â¬ For if raising tho denomination can thus ralso tho valuo of coin In extion of thu differonco between sound money and flat money replied the change for other commodities one fifth Though not tho only form by tho same reason it can raise ittno Governor of good currency tho precious metals fifths and afterward threo fiMis and as gold and silver are themselves sound much further as you pleaso So that by money because they have an absoluto this admirable conlrhanco of raising our coin we shall bo rich and as well ablo to oxchangeabhi value irrespective of their form or of any inscription upon them support tho chnrgo of tho government and carry on our trado without bartering Their value as Adam Smith shows is based upon the labor cost of producing ornnyolhor inconvenience for n ant of money with 00000 ounces of coined sil them They possess qualities so dtslra ble that they can always bo exchanged in England as If we had six or sixty millions for anything tlio holder wishes to buy Their value deponds upon their Aeight I think It has thus been shown conclusively that the stamp of tho governand fineness The earliest record o ment can not give to a coin value be- Â¬ their use is in Genesis where it is re- Â¬ yond that of the metal itsolf Under tho corded of Abraham that ho returned from Egypt very rich in cattle in silver proposed unlimited freo coinage the government would therefore do what no and in gold and whero wo also find that government has a right to do debase its in paying for tho burial place of his wife he weighed to Kphron the silver which onn coinogoand compel its citizens to ho had named in the audienco of tho receive as a dollar what in fact is only tans of Ilelh four hundred shekels of worth half a dollar This would bo Bilver current money with the mer- Â¬ equivalent to authorizing tho miner to chant Tho middlenion of that day clip tho coinago 50 per cent an offenso used these metals and they circulated for a long time punishable by death amongst tho people long beforo Gov- Â¬ but in the case of our government re Â¬ with them ernments intermeddled warded by a large bounty to tho miner When they did so it was but to recog Â¬ The result would bo an attempt to circunize tho already established valuo of late a debased coin by tho side of a su- Â¬ tho metal by coining it into pieces of perior coin which as all experience has convenient size and by placing upon tho shown would drive every dollar of gold coins a stamp certifying in effect that out of circulation and reduce us to a its weight and fineness corresponded The effect of monometallism of silvor with that which had already been acthis Is forcibly described by President cepted by tho merchant and by tho Andrews of Brown University a warm people Copernicus in his treatise friend of silver He is opposed to the states this fact in saying that the stamp scparato action of our government on is only a certificate that the coins contho freo coinage question and says tain the proper quantity of gold and If wo take up the metal alone and silver The learned Oresine more than that courso results as I should anticipate COO years ago after showing to his Prince in tho expulsion of gold wo shall have that no authority resided in tho Stato to in tho first placo a financial crisis noito stamp on the coin a value greater than than evor suffered in the country This its just weight called for said that to do because we can not in a long time even so falsities the stamp which thus bo by working our mints day and night comes a liar and commits perjury and coin silver enough to tako the place He even de- Â¬ bears faleu testimony which would be vacated by gold Prices nounced against those who committed would surely fall Immense numbers of such an act tho maledictions uttered by failures would occur Laborers would Isaiah against those who mako unjust Altogether a bo thrown out of work laws which I doubt not were grievous dreadful paroxysm in our business would aud Bhould induce those who are medi- Â¬ be precipitated tating such a proposal to pause at least This unlimited free coinago of silver long enough to ascertain the penalties as President Andrews foresees would which may overtake them for the perpe- Â¬ precipitate a monometallism of silver in tration of such an iniquity a few weeks It is what owners of sil- Â¬ But notwithstanding this wo aro ver want for they desire only a market seriously confronted with the populiUic for their silver at the cost of all tho peo- Â¬ theory that the value of a coin depends plo Thus all experience demonstrates not upon its weight and fineness but that coinago of silver and gold in unlim- Â¬ entirely upon the potency of the govern- Â¬ ited quantities bucIi as freo coinage mental stamp Liko most other popu would bring has never been known to llstlc theories this is not now It was bring bimetallism for the coin of infer- Â¬ probably received by them as a legacy ior valuo invariably expels that of great- Â¬ Jack from the famous Kentisliman er value The only modo which has yet Cado who was an eminent populist been devised to secure the circulation of during the relgu of tno 0th Henry Like both metals is by the adoption of ono or those of tho present day he believed the other of tho metals as tho standard firmly in the potentiality of government of value For as Locko truly sajs after to regulate all values eithor by written Bhowing that these metals were constantstatute or by word of mouth greatly pre Â¬ Two ly changing their relative values ferring the latter method however as metals as gold and silver can not bo tho ha does not seem to have been anything measure of commerco both together In of a scribe Burn all the records of the any country because the measure of realm ho exclaimed as he ontered Lon Â¬ commerce must bo perpetually tho same my don at the head of his rebel force invariable aud keeping tho samo propor- Â¬ mouth shall bo the Parliament of Eng tion ot valuo in all its parts But so only There shall be in England land ono motal does or can do to Itself so sil Â¬ seven half penny loaves sold for a penny ver Is to silver and gold to gold An the three hooped pot shall havo ten ounco of silver is always of equal values hoops and I will make It felony to drink to ono ounce of silver and an ounco of beer Unfortunately the reign of this gold to au ounce of gold But gold eminent Populist was cut Bhort the and silver change their value to one inexorable law of supply and demand another for supposo them tobe in value resumed jta tyrannical sway and regu Â¬ as 10 to 1 now perhaps next month lated not only tho price tf bread and thoy may bo as 1C or 151 to 1 And small beer but oven the number of bands one may as well make a measure i e a on the three hooped pot But his exam Â¬ yard whose parts lengthen and shrink ple baa not been lost His thcoriesbavo as a measure of trade of materials that been honestly embraced by mauy modern havo not always a settled invariable statesmen who will doubtless be wlllisg value to one anothor One metal there to clasp lianda with an honest llepubll fore alone can be tho money of account can acquaintance of mine who Jut after and contract aud the measure of com Â¬ the November election threatened that merce in any country Locke advocated silver aa the stan Â¬ a aoeu aa 41ie Kf publicans carue into dard beeauNe at the tjmeM he says sil power they propo ed la rep al that ver cola akme nakaa the mosey of ac- Â¬ odlcui Democratic law of supply and count aad meaaure all through tbe world detnaml to that jrc s would go up J For all contracts are I think everywhere Iatketi Uils tyrannical law eontrola XOTIOX made and account kept in allyw coin I WAST every waa aa4 wenua la tbe yaMeft He lnaleit however tliat the other uut Cry for UtH taterie l tbe Oplaai aad WklA Q pu ot mr bee en ibeee iU al shall alio be coined and tuch may hMM mH Jtfiiwt X MbeWUjr Atteata Ck safely ltaye a ptioe aa wall m a stamp yea free wtlt Sax Ntaa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j JOHNSON MANAUCR SSStv JOUISYILLE KY set upon by public authority so the value bo set under tho market price for then such pieces coined will be a commodity as passable as silver money very little varying in their price The principles thus clearly enunci Â¬ ated havo been adopted by all the groat commercial nations of the world But as gold has been for a hundred years tho monoy of exchango between nations that metal adopting tho reasoning of Locke lias been made tho standard and Tho result Bilver the subsidiary coin has been to secure in every nation which has adopted this standard a prac- Â¬ tical bimetallism Impossible under any double standard without the monthly or perhaps weekly recolnago of all the money of ono of the metals in order to restoro the lost parity This as every one can see would be impracticable Tho effect in this country will bo seen from the following data In 1873 under tho double standard and unlimited free coinago there was In tho United States according to tho Di Â¬ rector of the mint 133000000 in gold coin and 5 000000 in subsidiary silver coin not a dollar of which was in circu- Â¬ lation This is the halcyon period of silver to which tho freo coinago advo- Â¬ cates ot to day so often refer and over tho disappearance of which they ralso lamentations louder than and moro touching than any ever uttered by Jere- Â¬ miah To day there aro in the country under tho singlo gold standard 001000 000 of gold and J024000000 of Bilver all of which is in circulation either directly or by certificates representing it In every other country whero gold has been adopted as the standard every ounco of silver Is kept in circulation tho parity being maintained by the policy of the Governments But wherever the double standard prevails tho country is sunk to Gold has been n silver monometallism expelled by the operation of the Gresham law and has risen to such a premium that tho exchange on other countries is so high us to have crippled and almost destroyed foreign commerce It is to this unhappy condition that the silver minors who are flooding the country with their literature would reduce us in order that thoy may receive their annual All tho facts bounty from the people of history show that tho single standard of value in either metal is practical bimetallism tho double standard Inevita- Â¬ ble monometallism What effect do you think the expres Â¬ sion of your vions on tho monoy ques- Â¬ tion will have on your candidacy for tho Senate That question occasions mo no con cern I havo alnays been entirely frank with tho peoplo of Kentucky and will continue to bo bo Sly love for them has gronn from my childhood days Thoy have heretofore honored mo with their contldenco and given me many evidences of their regard It would be an ill return for such generosity for mo to attempt now to win thoir support by concealing from them ray slncero convictions on public questions in which thoy are interested I prefer concluded the 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man It was writ Â¬ WORMS vermifuge Has lad all WORM RamacHaa UARANTEM EVERY I0TTLE MOUI JV 111 BKUMWri BicHiaaMtMaiiiSkM WHITES CREAM FOR 3K YEARS tr Only 25 Cents pLOYWUOKT KY Children Pithr CatUrUu be j - v- - f - sct a a hi--- uaV - iwHtt i Mr ywjuiMuinnwi-iiirTimi-rJnJSeaae fylggg WBIPKP trW Breckenridge Jno D V Oi Babbtge BREOKRNRIDQR MMtfS OLOimRFORI KV BRANDENBURG Miss Agnes Mallu has returned from News 15 1895 Editors and Pf oprlttri WEDNESDAY MAY Bnbierlptlon IfrlclUkrndofthiiYrll2j Fries J100 a Tear la AdTno SIX PAGES THE LOST LEADER w a Ex GovKiiNon Buckner- - baa given to tho public blfl vlow of the Bllver Tqucs tloa printed in the Courier Journal un derTtho eoraowliat significant title of Tbo Guinea Stamp Tbo entire inter view appears in this issuo of tbo News Our readers kuow tbo bigb esteem in which wo havo always held ex Governor Buckner But tbo vio ws of this question which bo has adopted will come as a sur priso and a sorrow to bis many friends jrtlovcr the State His viows do not apÂ¬ pear to be nowly made but nowly found It is obvious that bis excursion into the field of financial research has been recent and ho seems to have been moro occu- Â¬ pied iu covering tbo ground than in reaching tbo roots of present conditions Ho travels back to Genesis for authority found in tlio records of Abrahams wealth when monoy as wo now under- Â¬ stand it was unknown when wealth was computed generally as it was for centuries later in cattle He states that compensation Adam Smith shows that tho valtio of We deplore tbo fact that a Itotbsclilld gold and silver is hasedupon the labor stands for moro to the peoplo of this cost of producing them but neglects to country than tho ex Governor He no give any reference to tho book or page longer represents tho sentiments or in which adam Smith shows this or to tho interests of the people of Kentucky state tho manner in which it is shown Senator Blackburn should bo returned Until now wo had supposed Adam Smith to the Senate of tbo United States ascribed tho valuo of gold and silver to tbo law of supply and demand and wo There is mora Catarrh in this section shall bo obliged to the ex Governor for a of tlio country than all other diseases put reference Ho comes homo to base by together and until the last fow years way of CopernicuB Oresmo and Jack was supposed to bn incurable For a Cade also without giving any reference great many years doctors pronounced It It is doubtful whether a man or even tho a local disease and prescribed local remex Governors learning has examined or edies and by constantly falling to cure read tho littlo tract of the learned Bish- Â¬ with locnftreatwcnt pronounced it in- Â¬ op Oresme who flourished in Franco curable Scienco lias proven catarrh to about A D 13S5 and we nro constrained be a constitutional disease and therefore to believe that the ex Governor gets this requires constitutional treatment Halls authority as wo do second hand and Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J has perhaps been misled by a quotation Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is tho only therefrom found In a recent English fi- constitutional cure on the market It is nancial publication It is impossible to taken internally in doses from 10 drops review tho entire paper in this issue and to a teaspoonful It nets directly on tho wo shall merely point out a few of the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system ex Governors failures Iu apprehending They offer ono hundred dollars for any this tremendous question It was not to caso it fails to cure Seud for circulars bo expected that tho ex Governor would and testimonials Address fall into tho delusiou that tbo value of F J CHENEY A CO Toledo0 gold and silver is dependent upon and BfiTSold by Druggists 75c measured by the labor cost of their pro- Â¬ BIG SPRING duction Tliis fallacy has often been ex- Â¬ posed Gold and silver even as mere There wero sex oral drummers in our commodities are in this respect unlike town last week other tilings It is not entirely truo of Mr John Meador is in Louisville at Â¬ any commodity that its valuo may be tending the races measured by the labor cost of its produc- Â¬ Miss Ladio Clarkson is in Louisville tion and as to gold and silver it is al- Â¬ taking vocal lessons most wholly untrue Tho reason is that Dr Bird of Louisville was the guest tbo supply of precious metals is limited of Dr Strotbcr last Saturday and Sunday and however much labor may bo em- Â¬ Miss Bettio Clarkson visited Iter sister ployed in their production that limita- Mrs Dr OConner of Elizabethtown tion still exists It cannot bo said of the last Thursday precious metals that any amount of labor Dr W II Strotber attended the Har wilt produce any definite quantity and din County Medical at Elizabethtown moreover as they aro not consumed year last Thursday by year but constantly accumulated the Mr E T Jones and sister Mrs G A cost of n years production has little ef Â¬ Meador made a flying trip to Hardins fect upon tho vast accumulated store burg last week which is the result of tbo labor of all Mrs Miller of Hardinsburg is visiting former years her children of this place E V Jones It is tho law of supply and demand nnd Mrs G A Meador rhetorically denominated inexorable MIbs Lillio Clarkson bos returned by the ex Governor which regulates the from Louisville where she has been at- Â¬ valuo of these precious metals of which tending Miss Nolds school there has always been a limited supply Mrs John Meador tias returned from and for which so long as the mints of Vino Groye where sho was visiting the civilized world wero open to them friends several days last week there was always an unlimited demand Miss Martha Wolf has returned to her The demand for both gold and silver home in Louisville after several weeks indiscriminately arising from their in stay here with her sister Mrs Meyer discriminate use as money prior to 1873 Mr A E Hazen representing G F practically at all times maintained the Harvey A Co manufacturing chemist ratio fixed by law Tho demand for sil- Â¬ of Saratoga Springs New York was in ver for coinage was about that time our town last week recklessly or feloniously destroyed In- Â¬ The open session of the Ladles Mis- Â¬ stantly as soon as this demand was with Â¬ sionary Society was hold at tho Meth Â¬ drawn tbo prico of silver nnd of every odist church last Sunday afternoon It other commodity measured in gold be Â¬ was quite a success and a largo crowd gan to fall and has continued to fall It was out is inconceivable that the ex Governor Miss Fronie Bright daughter of Mr should attributo this fall in tho price Mark Bright near here was thrown of silver to a diminished cost of product from her liorso last Sunday while return Â¬ tion and have fallen into a sneering ing from St Martins church receiving a reference to tlio effort to restore this de- Â¬ fracture of her lower limb just above the ankle mand and therefore the former value of Quite a lanro crowd of our young peo-Â¬ silver as an attempt to make CO cents ple went to Sinking creek last week on equal to 100 cents a fishing party but wo failed to seo the All renort Tbo ex Governor asserts that tlio idea fish when tiiov returned having a good time Mr and that tho stamp of tho government upon Scott chaperoned the crowd Mrs Alex the metal gives it any valuo Is a mere Populist fallacy If this be so wherefore FALLS OF ROUGH put the stamp of government on gold There will ho a wedding at tho Falls of Where- Â¬ and deny tbo stamp to sliver fore did silver fall in value as measured Kbugh church Sunday evening May 10 in gold the moment a law was passed The contracting parties aro Mis Jano Bryant and Mr Mark Nottingham denying tlio privilege of mlntago to it Another wedding is on tlio list but it No ono denies that sliver at 10 to 1 was worth at least as much as gold when tho is talked of very low and cosy Just yet law demonetizing silver was passed It I bear that Mr Will Dean will soon would have been instructive if tho ox bring homo a beautiful bride from near Governor had stated to tho peoplo of tho Sulphur Springs Weddings are Kentucky the patriotic motive which quite tbo style here If it was real safe prompted the passage of that act and to do so I could name several others also in what way its passage was in that will take place in tbo near future Though I will refrain and keep my se Â¬ ttieir interest The ex Governor seems over concerned cret yet awhile longer The cut worms entirely destroyed about the advantage which would result to silver miners from free coinage and ninoty acres of corn for Mr It W Owen deplores the alleged bounty to the sliver Peoplo aro wrapping tho steins of sweet miners under tho Bland Allison and potatoes cabbage and tomatoes loosely Â¬ Sherman acts Docs bo forget thattliere with paper as a shield against tho cutare gold miners V Was the act of 1873 worms and up to dato it has worked like The worms do not seem to passed in the interest of gold miners a charm with the purposo of putting tho advanced like the Idea of cutting through the values resulting from the exclusive coin Â¬ paper I heard a gentleman say tho age of gold into their pockets Is re other day that he thought tho worms monetization of silver objected to in the surely came in the black snow of last interest of her Majestys gold miners in winter Ho said bo thought at the tlmo fell that porhapa it was sent as Australia and the Transvaal Such ar Â¬ the snow a great blessing to fortllizo the soil hut guments do not become the seriousness of tho ox Governor or the subject he bla opinion Is that it was a curse and treats It la the voice of the millions of that the worms wero sowed broadcast the peoplo which is heard In the land over Kentucky Mr Editor what of and not of the handful of silver miners the black snow and from whence did it The Bland Allison act and the Sher Â¬ corns Mia Lottie Head a charming young man act are calied by the ex Governor experiments la free and unlimited lady of Henderson la the gust of th eoiaage oa a limited seaUwhtch retslauV MIwm Bowmw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ono iuovltablv of tho vest won from ft With all duo deference naked Mel to tho ox Governor these laws wero not experiments nt free coinage alnll They wero attempts to corner the silver mar kot after giving notice that only n lim Â¬ ited sum would bo invested in the corner Tho veriest tyro iu tho Chicago wheat pit would tell us that could not be Wo very much deplore tho successful length to which tlio ex Governor has gone Ho exhibits himself as a gold During the monometalllst Ho says same period the past COO years Arb- Â¬ itrary monarchs and parliaments havo alike triod to make U o metals as fixed ratios circulate sido by side In unlimit- Â¬ ed quantities on an equality but every such attempt has proved a failure This can mean nothing else than that in the opinion of tbo ex Governor bi- Â¬ metallism is practically impossibleundvr any circumstances and that he stands for tho single gold standard Baron Rothschild in 18G0 testified before a French monetary convention as follows The simultaneous employment of tho two metals is satisfactory and gives rise to no complaint Whether gold orsllver dominates for tho time being it is always tnio that the two metals cqpeur together in forming tho monetary circulation of the world and it is tlio general mass of the two metals combined which serves as tlio measure of the valuo of things The suppression oj tiher would amount to veritable destruction of tallies without any EKRON Hon John Hardin was lu town Fri Â¬ day Thee Janus went to Addison Tuesday on business Mr John T Dinner went to Hnwes vlllo Friday Dr J Max Willett went to Branden burg Friday G It Miles of Garrett was In town Wednesday Mr Floyd Lamkin went to Irvlngton Wednesday J D Babbage passed up ou ttio noon train Friday Dr W T Miles of Garrett was in town Tuesday Mr G L Neafus of Brandouburg was in town Tut sday J G Anderson of Guston was in town Wednesday Mr II It Smith went to Sklllman last week on business Â¬ STEPHENSPORT at the Harrell nnd crow aro stopping Dowell house Quite a crowd has been attending the meeting across tho river tlio past week Regular Magistrates Couitwiil bo held at fctopheiisport on the 12th day of Juno M M Dial no left ou tbo morning of the 13th on n husliiefs trip to Louisville A SI Louisville Mr Win Uewluy went to Louisville last Sunday Mrs Fon Rhodes has had a pit of tint visit from her sister Mrs Taylor Haynes lias been quite sick but is improving Bro Hagan filled his pulpit last Sun Â¬ day morning nnd evening J L Matin camo down from Vino Grove last Sunday to seo his wife Mrs Client Bryant is visiting her par- Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs lou Richardson Mrs W M Bewleys brother Mr Stith and wife spent Saturday with her Mrs Geo Casperko and Miss Bettio Clarkson are in Louisvlllu for a shoit ij 7 riovn if v v Season 1895 - There was only a small from hero to attend Circuit week Tlits is Circuit Court week Skillman says tho docket is indeed attendance Couit this and Clerk very light Straw Hats Straw Hats -- trip Ditto fs in Owenboro to visit her brother Mr James Ditto and Miss IVarle family Miss Sophia Itbclnhkle Louisville visited her aunt Mrs Chas Casperkp this week Miss Ilia Itlcbardson lias returned to Louisville from a pleasant stay with Miss May Deo Pusey Misses Lula and Minnie Bland enter Â¬ tained quite a party of their young friends Saturday night Mrs Ginnie Phillips lias had a hall cut through her house adding much to comfort nnd appearance Misses Jenuio Lob Woolfolk and Hat tio Warfield wero guests of Miss Lena Nevitt Saturday and Sunday Mrs II 0 Kawllngs and Mrs C S Grinnell will go to Grahampton next Sunday to Episcopal services An interesting rnissivo from miss Eva Herndon is appreciated Sho is satisfied but longs for Kentucky friends Mrs V F Grinnell and Mrs Ed Yeakel have returned from nn enjoyable visit to Mrs Geo Yeakel of Louisville Mrs II A Powell has bad her resi- Â¬ dence on East Hill repaired papered painted till it wears quite an air of was in of Addison L D Addison town Wednesday on busiuesi Miss Mnmio Dauglierty went to Bran deuburg Wednesday shopping Thomas Brown of Paynrsville was in town Wednesday for a short tlmo T P Guedry is out at J B Smiths painting his new iiouso this week Mr D J Saunders lias the contract for plastering S J Browns store house Mr J M Itlcbardson of Brandenburg was in town Wednesday on business Mr It A W rattier of Itvlngton was here several dajs last week on business J T Jones wont to Louisville Wed nesday to purchaso a spring stock of Â¬ goods has gone to atÂ¬ tend her sisters funeral in Iudiana Mrs McMonlgle and her family have our sympathy Will Grinnell nnd Georgo Worland have American beauties as well as other See beauties in the Moral kingdom smell and buy Mrs I W Lewis and littlo Lena have returned with Lenas health much improved Miss Lula Lewis has also re- Â¬ turned from a visit to Louisville Next Sunday will bo observed at M E Church here as Childrens Day And at night the Missionary societits will havo exercises appropriate for the occasion Miss Daisy Mclutyro visited Miss Peggy Ditto Iiibt Friday and Saturday and attended the fishing party given by Misses Mnttlo and Emma Dee McGebee I have no rcq ort but it goes without saying that it was a catching affair Hooks baited with bright eyes angling for fond hearts Mrs Wordie Archer nnd Miss Mamie Dauglierty our interesting Gypsy maid ofMessengei came to Catholic services Sunday but Father Herbuth is sick so they were disappointed eo they camo over and I enjoyed a most pleasant chat of several hours with tin m as both ladies are bright conversationalists Tlio coming debutantes or the L O club gave a picnic last Saturday at the old mill near Butter Milk Falls Each lassie had her laddio invited Miss Ella Dowdon chaperoned The club furnish- Â¬ ed a repast as tempting as ambrosia and nectar in Grecian days and served by nymphs fairies mer maids Just as grace- Â¬ fully as of mythological legend and lore Â¬ new Mrs Ni al McMoniglo Mr J K Bramlett has the contract for building Mr J B Smiths house near Guston Mr Thee Jamcp and L D Addison went to Louisville Wednesday evening on business II Max Willett and Prof Courtney went down in tbo lower end of tbo coun- Â¬ try visiting Friday Dr R W Warfield went to Hardins- Â¬ burg Tuesday to visit his daughter Mrs Skillman for a week Three now subscribers to the News this week This makes fifty five sub- Â¬ scribers for this place Mr Gus Gibson of Cloverport was nt Mr II R Smiths last week and pur Â¬ chased two very fine work horses Dont forget you can get a barrel of lime for your spring white washing for 05 cents from Z T Cox agent for tbo Phoenix Lime Company Thoto warm bright sunny days for the last week or two havo caused a good many of our citizens to hie themselves to tho Sulphur Springs to spend their holidays Gentlemen Mr Will Skillman lias had sore eyes for years He has tried many doctors and remedies and has always failed to get relief until we sold him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve which cured him inside of one Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey sells week well and cures Respectfully M Meyer A Co January 1C 1895 Buras Ky Sutherlands Eagle EyoSalvo bos dono a great deal more for me than can be W II Skiixman told by pen Buras Kv Sirs Lea Dowell nnd Sirs Klrhy BUlno attended tbo Dowell Dowell wedding Tuesday afternoon Regular services will be held at the Methodist church at this placo tho 4th Sunday In this month If you want a fire lifo or accident pol icy write to R W Vaugban agent head Â¬ quarters Stepbcnsport Ky VMrs Sam Reynolds left for Gas City Wednesday morning to spend several months with her brother James II Lay Sirs C 0 Lowls returned Wednesday evening from Nashville Tenn where sho has been visiting her parents for sometime They say that L B Helm is not the same lover of dogs he was ten days ago and especially of the pug variety nnd why Is it JVIf R A Slielirann our popular drug Â¬ gist has been under tho weather for some days but wo trust ho may bo all 0 K In a few days Sir John S Hawkins of Oregon for- Â¬ merly of this place has been spending the past week or ten days here witli friends nnd relatives Doctor David Whlto looked out of sight until tho otlior night when ho played the act of Davy get your hair cut short Alas poor Dock Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock Sir Kirby Blaine will teach cousin Jeff how to fall and break his neck on a bicy clo without liurtin hisself seo Messrs Stiles and Vititoo loaded sev eral barges of rock bore last week to be used by tbo Government in tlio con- Â¬ struction of tlio dike nt Flint Island Mrs SI Blalno returned from Louis ville Monday night where she had been making somo purchases of Bummer stock for Messrs K B Blain A Bro her sons A SI Harrell tho popular bridge car penter of tho Texas with his hand Â¬ some crew of assistants arrived bore on tho evening of tlio 10th instant and will remain for sometime County Clerk J Owen Cunningham purchased a nice homo in tho county seat tho past week Owen can now spend his loisuro hours in tho garden working if ho only will Sirs Caroline Hunks Hitchcox of Bos ton Mass was hero Saturday obtaining information relative to tho Hanks family their aucestry pedigree Ac She is writ ing a complete nistory of the Hanks 1 Straw Hats il All goes well with the man who keeps a cool head Try one of our new styles they will do the work Endless in Variety Correct in Style Exceedingly Low in Prices VEST There will be a Picnic on tho At the usual nlace at of new r j itSir UNION STAR Several of our peoplo attended church nt Shiloh Sunday Everybody invited to attend Childrens Day services next Sunday Mr and Mrs Robt French spent Sun- Â¬ day witli Mr and Mrs E Crossou Mr Elm Winfrey is wo understand conducting a Sunday school at Sample Mr Hubort Bruner of Preston was at home Sunday to attend Suuday School Mrs Dr Milner was the guest of her aunt Mrs Hanks of Stepbcnsport Wed Â¬ nesday Miss Sue Brashear expects to leave soon tor Midway to visit hir brother Mr Owen Brashear Mr and Mrs O M McGlothlan were guests of their brother Joseph Rubert son Preston Friday Mrs Arthur Haynes and little Sarah Elizabeth were guests of Mrs Jube Hay Â¬ nes last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Percy M Beard and daughter wero guests of their parents last week enrouto to Louisville Miss Sarali E Richardson returned from Louisville Monday where she at tended the Bishops Jubilee and visited friends Littlo Mary Franklin Beard of Har- Â¬ dinsburg spent several days last week with her grand parents Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Miss Pink Rlckctts closed her private school here Friday Having taught a splendid school although she iiad only a select few in attendance Somo peoplo fall to appreciate any thing of value In an educational lino and let slip the beat Â¬ Phillips former pastor of the Christian church at this place has been carrying on a protracted Evangeli- Â¬ cal meeting at tho Slethodist church in Rome Ind and up to this writing has had several conversions Any gardener desiring to know how to raise beans would do well to consult Roland A Watlington our only bean raiser Roland says tho people here in town dont know how to grow beans but you can bet your boots he does The marriage of Sliss Catherine Dowell to Air Lorenzo Dowell was quietly solemnized at tho home of tho brides par ents Sir and Sirs Frank Dowell of near Sample on tho afternoon of tbo 7th instant Rev Sneed of Sample offic iating A Valuable Find After years of study and labor there has at last been discovered a sure and neverfailing remedy It lias been tested on patients who havo despaired of ovor being cured the results havo been in every case wonderful GrofTs Rheu- Â¬ matic Cure is unequaled as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acuta Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum-Â¬ bago Sciatica Neuralgia especially Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrboca and all kindred affections It Is also a valu Â¬ able Blood Purifier being especially uso ful in Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all GlandulaJ Enlargements and diseases of tlio Liver nnd Kidneys It is absolutely freo from all narcotics Severe attacks aro relieved fn from ono to threo days and a positive euro effected in from five to eighteen days For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky family Bro R SI Fourth of July St Romaulds Catholic Church For tho benefit a church Everybody is invited A fine speaker will be secured for the occasion Ho will not make a political harangue but will speak on questions of importance to every citizen and will say things that every patriotic citizen should hear There will be cood music and a fine dinner Make your arrangements to go as it will be a grand day for all THE COMMITTEE GUSTON Geo McNally Mrs Chas Morcman entertained the B C beautifully last Wednesday after- Â¬ noon The table and dining room form- Â¬ ing an important feature On Thursday night she gave the young folks a pound party A goodly number graced the oc- Â¬ casion and the verdict was tho usual ono A jolly time n freshing refreshments with a fond desire to como again to ono of the most In spitable homes in the little burg Will Dee and Percy went to Corydon Indiana on their wheels didnt cress tho river on them last Sunday They report Jordan was bard road to travel except their spin on the piko beyond Corydon Light machines aro all right on smooth roads pikes boulevards but lightweight bicycles will wreck in ono seasons use on country roads not choice If you havo a heavy weight you had bet- Â¬ ter not part with it for a light model till you can furnish teitimouinls on tho subject The many relatives and friends of L D Alexander in Meade and Brecken- Â¬ ridge will be glad to know that his bank In and brokerage firm which failed iu 1801 has through un assignee paid every cent witli interest from tho day of failure up to dato Lawrence Alexander who Is a cousin of mine will coutinuo business on the Now York Stock Ex Â¬ change as iuvestment and bond broker Lawrence was always a high minded honorable gentleman nnd I could not attach anything but such a course in con- Â¬ nection with his name is visiting friends in HARDINSBURG KY Garnettsville vicinity Will practice in all tho Courts in tha Mrs Q E Smith who has been sick County and surrounding District for some time is improving Dr A A Baxter and Geo J NefT Administrators Notice All persona Indebted to the estate of James spent Tuesday in Louisville E Wheeler deceased will please come forward Mrs D B Childs was a caller at Mrs and settle Those holding claims against thu same are requested to present them properly T E CundifTs Wednesday afternoon proven lor payment It II 1IEItCE Administrator Mr and Mrs Mike Shumate of IlTll Grove were in town shopping Friday Mr and Mrs Newt McGlothlan of Irv- Â¬ lngton wero here on business Monday ATTORNEY AT LAW Mrs Mary Munford is visiting her CLOVERPORT KY uauguier airs lizzie 1 usey 01 ymcago Office wftb David R Murray Bait end of II Max Willett of Ekron was the Iron Bridge guest of T E Pollock one evening last ATTORNEY at LAW R N Miller Gus Brown Barnes Kincholoe week Jas Bramlotte wife and little son Per Â¬ cy spent one day last week with Mrs B Pollock Mrs Rboda Anderson and littlo son of Hawesville wore guests of Mrs J It A ATTORNEYS AT UAW north of postofllce Hardinsburg Ky Office on Main Btreet next door Administrators Notice Baskett Monday Program Of tbo Superintendents and Teachers Convention to be held at Spring Creek lilre church Sleade county on the Fourth Sunday in Slay 20 and embraces tbo sixth division of tho Sunday School work of Salem Association I lo am It Sun Jay School a ncccsitly of lifes prizes It is as much the duty of tbo press to report crime as it is to circulato moral affairs or indite rellgioms matter the public taste demands it unfortunately and the paper that fails to go Into details and catch the latest bullitin falls in tbo rear Could it he otherwise perhaps tho press might bo purer or perhaps with no fear of publicity Vico and crime might stalk more boldly in our christian civil- Â¬ ized laud It is a debatablo question auyliow for the cake of bleeding hearts mlnutiio and detail could bo avoided and then a mothers and fathers heart could break Clilldrona Day will be observed at this placo next Suuday a in May 10th Owing to the length of tbo program the services will begin promptly at 030 oclock in order to complete It A largo crowd is expected as the program Is ono capable of interesting nnd entertaining even a critic Misses Itlcbardson and Rlckctts havo spared no pains In train Â¬ ing tlio children and many of them are displaying a great deal of natural talent ROYAL Baking Powder Hlghtvt of alt la Jsvealng MtrHgtkV OavOTMMfrf Report Big Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is diuercn Ir from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying tho inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tho respiratory organs Guaranteed and for Goal Reiueed sale by Short A Haynes Cloverport J Tiio Celebrated Falcoa Coal delivered Di It II MoMnllln McDanlela M scrtoned lump 7o per bushel by the load Meyer A Co Buras ATaylor Rosetta thirty Nut ooal thirty bushels or more W 13 Brown Irvlngton Ky A A bushels or mora 6e par bushel Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris I PlMCK in church work By Heplromllrandcnbnrif S S I 1030 Ten minute tpeechei Ied by Hep from Dlue llivcr Island SS- J II am llenents of a Sunday School to church and omraunlty RevJS Willett II 140 ton Ten minute speeches 4 Led by Cold Spring SB i Adjourn o 1 p m A QMilihcatloni and duties ol the Superin Â¬ Ity Hep from Little ilend S S tendents 7 iijo lo Itcraarks by Hon B 1 Willett and others 8 ijo Qualifications and duties of By Wolf Creek S S teachers Will Asbcraft and others 0 j Iteinarksby Dulles and obligations of pupils 10 jijo By Itamcn S Sr By Dowden II Ilcmarks Adjournment by song and prayer i I K Siiacklitt V I of S S work In Sixth District Dont forget Miss Clara Adkisaou when you want a hat or a bonnet or anything in tho line of millinery A J Thompson wife of our pop ular canuiuaio lor uepresenutuve was in town Thursday shopping Guston seems natural now since Char Â¬ lie Auderson has returned with his good natured smiling countenance It J Pattcson has Just received a fruit tree sprayer which is tho finest thing of tho klud we have ever seen glairy Bell who has been sick for sev- Â¬ eral days Is sufficiently recovered to take an occasional drive with his wife Mr and Mrs John Shumate and chil Â¬ dren and Miss Nora Shumate of the Big Spring neighborhood were in town Fri Â¬ day Work is proceeding nicely at Dr Bax Â¬ ters new house and there will soon be another pretty little residence In our midst Mrs Reiia Andenon and aleces Miss Â¬ es Leila Oraycroft and Stttle Anderson of Hayavllle were ealllsg oa friends All persons havinirclalms and accounts against the estate of Judge J A Murray deceased are requested to rile the same with tne In due form accordingly to law And all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to come forward and settle or adjust said Indebtedness After the appraisement of the personalty duo notice will be given of the day ol sale It U NKVVSOM Administrator VofeleaAiamlBHmCoiTbeEcoHomlzer can v BITS 1UV tr-srss-rn v Save Th 1 bOHce aud richer eortee Price Mmirira jess r k allow Doroliaiei one wwss Poet KfA PaM OUC IrislPree and If not utlf factory can bo return and rrniwl tho money ARTHUR LDOBIK A CO tfraol BuikUag Atlanta Oi Tir elMn limine rnrrcr or the roll tu Mill Kcepe nut Uackena We dtr fuarutMiour Beeaomuwr to luak lf urv rJSt1 The Old Reliable Satabllahedj Stt yeurs Treats male or f lualfi iiiarred or single In caaaa of ex Â¬ posure abuses exoeaaea or Improprieties UKILIOUAHANTKK1 Hoard auil apart mnnta furnlslieil when desired Question lilnukaud llook free Call or Write iTABLERSnil Hi BUCKEYE SprlngKy deane Ky Ky Hone W O Moorman Gka P Shwrou Bros A Co Kirk Scott Hardiwiburf Ky It YtT T A NTKD LPaol it C AlunlaHm net 1 Gentleman k U4 t Mil DofcWe Cajlee Kcoaoniwri 1 At any oMtUrd ta coflaa Artaar Onat Rull Ha AtsakU Oa here Friday afternoon Mrs Gee J NefT and children who have been visiting relatives in Frairkfor t returned home Friday evening some Â¬ what improved la health Misses Ilattie MeCoy Mary Paul Vic Â¬ toria 1ayae and Ida Shumate of itewley vllle were la town Thursday oh a com Â¬ bined busluees ami social trip Come again girls we enjoyed seeing your bright mow awl listening to your elteery eonvefwaUoa rilleUi OINTMENT A SURE I BKtT I known for mm MQiEL and CERTAIN CURE 15 IHMIPYfcrWHI BY ALL yara Rath ItBVaailT I eWHd p W H1 Vp mm iTs ElZ5MiyjinT i ivtt7tiiuir tms BSoEMamaa Nwe ojuqvbbpoht ky ftirtaKiiCesk LtfeS t m NAPOLEON BONAPARTE Â¬ Blood Poisori After Approach of Doath New by Taking Hbods i mmmm rtwiwaijwiwfwijip iwej iw wmnwr for1 ftAPfAlN HlNKEY BEGNftriD Hero of Italy Welcomed by the Directory OTHER CAMPAIGNS PROJECTED vv Itnwinhit Allitrloi III fcrlilr nt llm tiln Alilinhl Itlnnrf Tho Yalo nlninnl of Now York city hold their annual lovu funst and glorifi Â¬ ix Julgfl f Invasion of England Appears Doubtful and He turns His Eyes on the East Battle of the Pyramids and Rout of the MAMELUKES Copyright 1H EGYPT RULED BY THE FRENCH Thoro liavo never boon Is h molehill great empires and revolutions excopt in tho East whero there are 000000000 Tho Directory readily assented men to his wishes It is in evidence that that body was more than willing to havj tho ambitious commander out of Europe On tho 13th of April 1708 Napoloon of tho was appointed General-in-Chie- f Army of tlio East Virtually ho v is to go where ho would nud accomplish what ha could Tho matter onco deter mined ho brought everything to ryiulta with tho greatest rapidity Ho mado Toulon tho rendezvous for his army and fleet Ha gathorod to his standard n rot inuo of tha learned mostly members of tho Instituto Ho would disseminata tho civilization of tho West in tho effoto Orient En route ho would conquer Malta still nominally under tho domin ion of tho Knights That doni ho would debark at Alexandria overthrow tbo dominion of tho Momeluko toys and conquer and colonizo tho land c f tho Pharaohs Admiral Bruoys was eallod to tho command Of tho fleet Napoleon ordered his cqnlpago to bo proparod as for a couquoror n governor a nnu of lotters Tbo Egyptian expedition sailed from Toulon on tho 10th of May Tho Gon orals ship wag tbo Orient On tho 10th of June tlio squadron camo to Malta and that placo with its strong dofonsos was partly by iutriguo and partly by assault taken from tho Knights Tho French flag was raisod over tho fortress and many of tbo Knights joined tho ex Â¬ pedition Mcanwhilo an English flcot under command of Nolson passed tho French flotilla without discovering it sailed on to Alexandria paused thcro nud then turned to the northeast bo lievlug thatBmcjs had mado fer tho coast of Syria All this inured to tho ndvautago of tho French Napoleon was ablo to reach Aloxandriu without attack On tho 1st of July tho column of Septimus Sovorus rising in tbo distance caught tho sight of tho French commaudor and gave tokon of n safo arrival Tho army was hastily dobarked but not sufficient care wa9 taken to put tho French fleet iu a defensible position Without a moÂ¬ ments delay tho city wns assailod by tbo iuvador and after soma desultory fighting was captured Tho conqueror of Italy easily roado himsolf master of tho city which Alexander had founded as tho capital of tho world Bat all Egypt was not to bo so easily taken Bouaparto proclaimed his mis- Â¬ sion as that of liberator and pacificator Tho Turks and Mamelukes should bo expellod but tho pooplo of Egypt should otherwiso liavo peace Tho nation should bo raisod from tho dust New institutions should bo foundod but the old in Btitutious and in particular the Mo hammedau religion should be respect ed Extend to tho ceremonies preycrib said tho General to od by tho Koran his soldiors and to tho mosquos tho same toleration which you havo shown to tho synngoguos to tho religion of Moses aud of Jesus Christ For six days Bouaparto had his head quarters in Alexandria He then remov- Â¬ ed to tho house of tho shoik of Diniau hour aud thoro organized bis expedition up tho Nile A flotilla was ordered to ascend tho river whilo tbo army marched up tho loft bank By a strong wind from the north tho boats wero driven ahoad and tbo land forces wero obliged to vlvanoo without naval sup port On tho 14th of July the Mame lukes who falling back from Alexan dria had been organized into an army undor Murad Bey roado a stand at tho viliago of Ghobroisso and woro forced from that position by the French but tho action was not dooisivo Meanwhile tbo flotilla was assailed by tho enemy from bath banks of the Nile Tho Mamelukes mounted small cannon on came and inflicted not a llttlo loss on tbo Europeans Tho French boats sep arated from tho army wtro gslkd by On tbo 23rd of July a thoso at taoks junction was effeotod but not until a great battle had docided tbo campaign Tho conflict occurred on tbo plain within sight of tho pyramids of Gizoh It was peibups tho most pioturosque battlo of modern timos Tho Fronoh army was drawn tip in squares on the Egyptian sands Tho artillory was planted at tho anglos of the squares Tho commanders woro Generals Dosaix Klebor Burthlor aud Menou under Tho tho oyo of tho Gonoral-iu-chie- f plains rouud about wcro covered with hoavy rooBsos of Mameluko horsomou Bouaparto addressed his soldiors nftoc his mannor in a sort of Piudaria npos tropho Ho called thoir attention to tho sotting of thoscouo aud reminded thorn that from tho summit of Khnfus pyra mid forty ccnturlc tic re looMiiff down upon them Tlio battlo was bloody and decibivo Tho Mamelukes wero over Â¬ whelmed by thousands Tho officers on tho French flotilla dosawndlug the river on tho noxt day saw on tho bank literal heaps of tbo Mameluko dead which tho rising Nilo was gathoriug aud bearing out to eca Murad Boy fled to Upper Egypt and the grouch eutored Cairo Four daysaffer tho battle of tho Pyra Â¬ mids Napoleon wrote to his brother Jo- Â¬ seph sayiug Kgypt is richer than any other country iu the world in com rioe vegetables and cattle But tho people Wo are In a stato of uttor barbarism can not procure money oven to pay the troops I twiv he in tyanee In two Engage for waaoountry kwee month sear Paris or in Itargtmdy where I Tu bl was mean to pass the winter at Wed a list of tiling menamry to be seat rat from Fraiwe The purpose of ttw General to return to Friw bat to leave an army of ocospa tiou iu Kgypt Is rattateutly shown ia order In whlefa the ooumty of war i grotfuqiwJT Agared on the book ground of aUteaiuiiNaMp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Wm Baltimore r OreenholtB Mil XI Conquest of Eoyit Bouaparto roturued to Paris ou tlio 6th of Docoiubor 1707 His coming was bornMcd Tho doniocrntio Direct Â¬ ory roust recoivo Mm in tho namo of tho pooplo but tho not of lioro worslilp wns onilmrnsslng Tho pooplo of Paris must hnvo a spoatnolo mul tho Jacobin administration must glorify tho horo of Italy Arraugomonts wero mado at tho Luxembourg Palaco for a reception first of many such to tho child of tho Itopuhlio Tho court of tho palaco was splendid- Â¬ ly decorated and tho ollto gathered for tho welcome Tho occasion was not without its peril to Napoleon Ho roust bear himself liko n truo democrat bo ginning to bo idolizod Symbolical stat- Â¬ ues of Liberty Equality and Ponco woro not up in tho hall wboro hung tho momorlal bnnuor commomorating tho victories and spoils of tho Italian cam paigu Thcro too was placed an altar of the Fathorland Beautiful womon throngod tho gallorios Tho Directory sat to rcooiva tho conqnoror Talloyrand introduced tbo young genoral to tho as Bcmbly Tho statesmans spcoch was long flattering and casuistical To ono paragraph was added this significant clauso Far from apprehending any thing from his Napoleons ambition I boliovo that wo shall ono day bo obliged to solicit him to tear himself from tho pleasures of studious retirement AH Frnnoo will bo freo but porhaps he never trill euoh is his destiny Bar ras president of tho Directory also spoko Napoleon boro himself witli great modesty pronouncing a brief spooch of congratulations on tho im Â¬ proved condition of Franco Tho roforenco to studious retire Â¬ ment in Talleyrands address was not bad It was an allusion to Donapartos election to membership in tho National by John Clark Ifldputh For four years I was In Intense suffering tolth an abscess on my thigh It discharged freely and soreral times i last February I had to takes my bed for fomr weeks and then It was I began to tako Hoods Earsaparllla I soon got on my feet but was very weak and went to the Maryland University hospital where they said my troublo was chronlo blood poisoning and gare mo llttlo hope I returned home and continued taking Hoods I bare used six bottles and the abscess has en Â¬ tirely disappeared and 1 have been In Â¬ Pieces of Bono Camo Out I know It it had not been for Hoods Sarsapv rllla I should be In my grave I haro gained la weight from lira year ago to 10 pounds to day I praise Hoods Sarsaparllra for It all Wit E 1812 Hanover St Baltimore Md Hoods Pills cure liver Ills constipation jaundice sick headache Indigestion THE CATTLE CONTROVERSY Flno Hoalth Ever Slnco HoodssvCures GnEEvnoLTZ biliousness cation luectiiig nt Shortys tho other bight with thd Usual accompaniment of college Jolls hml nuMe followed by talks on Vnriotis subjects Ex Jtulgd Henry E Uowlntid tho president of tha association had somo things to say in defenso of Captain Iliukoy of tha football team after ho had tickled his au dienco by tolling how fow vacnnt places of publio trust Yalo alumni had loft for other men Referring to football ho said Wellington said tho football fields of Euglaud gavo them tho victory at Waterloo nud although I would ap proach an editor who takes n different view in n deferential nttitudo and beg his pardon for differing from him I should say that whatovcr makes a man strong notivo quick witted tomperato and well disciplined is of incstlmablo vaino to him in after llfo and this is what tho well regulated gnino of football does Yalo has been a great school of instruction in it for tho past 10 years It is diffloult to retrain within tho bounds of moderation tho fooling of indignation nt tho treatment by certain nowspapors durii r tho past season of tho Yalo team on of tho best that has ovtr boon on tlio field nud its captain who has never bfen outclassed by any player of any college or any timo Tho flings nud taunts st thom for not following tho ndvico of self constituted men tors ns to with whom and whoro thoy should play wcro incessant Misrepresentation of tlioh actions and motives woro of dally ucuirrenco Thoir work was belittled and their pretensions ridiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ culed M BATTLE OK THE PTIUMID3 v t V MV of France This was an honor of whioh ho was very proud In accept- Â¬ ing tho distinction ho said referring to tbo momborBof tho Instituto I fool as sured that before I can bo thoir equal I must long bo thoir scholar Truo con quosts tho only ones which loave no rogret behind them aro thoso which are made over ignorance Tho roost hon Â¬ orable occupation for nations is tho con- Â¬ tributing to the extension of human knowledge Tho truo power of tho Fronoh Ropnblja should henceforth bo wndo to consist in not allowing n ainglo now idoa to exist without making it u part of its property For somo timo after this Napoleon was wout to sign himself Member of tho National Institute Saoli ceremonies as thoso attending his xoccptiou in Paris wcro always regarded by Bouaparto as so muob mum Â¬ mery quito nocossary in tho roako up of glory but very choap Not a mouth elapsed boforo tho Goneral booamo rest- Â¬ less to a degree To Bourriouno his sea rotary ho said Bourriouno I do not wish to remain horo thoro is nothing to do They tho Directory aro unwill Â¬ ing to listen to anything I see that if I linger horo I shall soon loso myself Everything wears out horo my glory This llttlo has already disappeared Enropo does not supply enough of it for mo I must seek it in tho East tho fountain of glory However I wish first to makq a tour along tbo coast to as certain by my own observation what may bo nttompted I will tako you Lnnnoa and Sulkowsky with me If tho fiuocesa of a doscont on England np pear doubtful as I suspeot it will tho Army of Euglaud shall bocomo tho Arms of tbo East I will go to Egypt Bouaparto was now made commander of tho now army whioh was allogod to bo lutoudod for an invasion of England Ou tho whole it seems that ho uovor soriously cuutemplated a descent on tho English coast Ho was too prudent for thnt Out ho lent himself to the popular whim and mado as tlrough ho would invudo tho British Isles Tho Directory mcauwhilo gave him no or ders It had already como to pass tltat ho did muoh as ho pleased On tho 10th of February 1708 haot out from Par Â¬ is with his secretary his aido Sulkow Â¬ sky and Gouutal Lanues no went to Staples Amblctouso Boulogne Calais Duukirk Funics NlowportOotend and the Islo of Waloheren and then return Â¬ ed to Paris by Antwerp Brussels Lille and St Qaeutlii Everywhere oh the Jonruoy ha showod tho greatest activity and discernment His glauoe shot into every sltuatioQ Ho iufonued hiiaeelf of the cotiditlotw existing along the oeaat but did not proeeoBte the Miwwe of in vasion The superiority of Napoleon over the Mnvqf his epoch lay in his farreaohitig gaae and eoniprebeuslou of great thing His vlilou flashed over the XtroMM latidaoape like a gleam of light At twenty eight he bad already dteowued UmU the Iwtrt way to afttiot Great Brit Â¬ ain wan by destroying her iuflaenoe in ut of this notion sprang hU the East Beyond project of oouqaeriutf Kgyp Kuiopa ai4 he Xgypt hy all Asia Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Institute Attempts of Shippers to Crowd Yankee Uecf Out of the London Market Thoro nro somo pretty shrewd mon among thoso interested in tho Canadian cattlo trade as is shown by their latest movo They aro scoking and with a prospect of success to chango tho dls puto between tho Chicago and New York shippers of meat and tho London butchers aud importers from its prosont position of a moro quarrel as to trado customs into a vast American conspiracy to get tho control of tho entiro meat business of this city with tho ultimata design of enormously increasing tho cost of food to tho poor consumers Lot us opposo this iniquitous Vankoo plot ays a beuovolont Canadian cattlo agent by affording our ooloninl brethren fnellibios for sending thoir nice oxen into our mar kots and soiling thom on roasonablo terms By doing that you got choap moat and dofeat foreign wilos at tho samo timo This viow is actually being forced upon tho attontion of tho board of agriculture and Amorioau shippers had hotter understand that tho prcssuro is really influential Of ODurso tho bogy of pleuro Â¬ pneumonia has been raised but this is to bo laid in au artful manner Tho board of agriculture object to romovo tho oxisting prohibition of tho importation of llvo Canadian cattlo bocanso the lisoaso exists in Canada aud thoy do jllno to run tho risk of bringing it into this country aud tbon having to stamp It out at vast expenso But say tho Canadians wo still dony tho oxisteuco of tho disease But admitting that thera is somo risk wo aro prepared to tako all of it Admit our cattlo aud if you should bo ablo to traco a singlo caso of tho outbreak of tho disoasotoono of our boasts wo will guarantoo to defray tho entire cost of stamping it out That is tho sohomo now under consideration It remains to bo seen whother it will tempt tho board of agriculture Tho probabilities aro that its very nov olty will induce tho board to rofuso to havo anything to do with it becauso as a rule uowucss is ou the faco of it a distiuot disqualification to anything sub mitted to any British government deÂ¬ partment Loudon Letter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Whatever may havo been tho rea son whother n conspiracy to punish him for bis natural ro orvo or partisan prej udice thoro was n thingchnrgodngoinst him that equaled tho kneoiug that these uowspapcrs havo given him but tho wholo bidy of Yolo men who know Â¬ Â¬ HYPNOTISM ON TRIAL The Subject Did Not Itespond When Sight ad Hearing Were Cut OfT Somo experiments in hypnotism which Dr Luys tho French physician was re- Â¬ cently pormittod to try boforo tho Sooioto do Biologio in Paris havo raised n doubt ns to tho genuineness of tho now science Dr Luys is a confirmed hypnotist and has mado many experiments -- When tho timo for tho publio experi Â¬ ments beforo tho Frcnoh sooioty camo Dr Luys had a subject who had lost tho little finger of his loft band Tho man was put in n trauco and then this hand was spread out ou a table Dr Luys took n pin aud stuck it in tho table at tho placo whoro tho missing finger would havo been Ho ropoatod tho experiment soveral times using pins ncedlos and knives and each timo thopationt pulled away his hand nud groaned as though in pain Just as long as Dr Luys had tho man in hand tho experiments wero high- Â¬ ly successful Somo of tho other physicians prosent objeotod to his announcing just what ho was going to do boforo oaoh exporimont Dr Luys turned tbo pa tient over to them They laid his hand under the table hold a nowspapor in front of his faco so that ha could not sco what was being douo and then mado soveral jabs with a stool pon at tha spot whoro the llttlo flugor should bo Each timo tlio patlont groaned and pulled his hand away Then ono of tho physicians argued that if tho patient whs shamming it would bo easy enough for him to kuow just when the pen was stuck in tho table as tho scratching uoiso it made was dis tinctly audible So it was quietly agreed to simply put tho pen within u fraction of au inch of tha table This was douo tho nowspapor still being held botoro the minis eyes aud ho never mado a move Not a groan nor an attempt to pull the hand away followed tho oxperlmeut Dr Luys was amazed but attompted Paris Letter bo explanation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Obituary notices and resolutions reepecMneerted aLjS cents a line Par Â¬ ties seading ia these notices will please bear thU in Blind of Waaa Bakjr was iMc we kr CattarU Wam sba was a CMU wh ert4 fer CMlwk When the bewma Mtw she ekwg t Outor lo Wtw ahs Ui CHUwuhe atfcl Oartwfc Jomx Clsk Knwim him resent tho n cusatlous assuro him that they rospc him for his sand his ginger his snpremo oxcellcnco as n player nud for his qualities ns a man mid say to his critics who assort that they aim to toll tho truth that thoy nro very bad shota Tho Yalo men havo novor fought over iu tho newspapers their football games nor liavo their friends They havo left it to others fn every caso especially tho gamo nt Sprlngllold Ono happy result of tho controversy is proba bio that another gnmo will nevor bo played in Nw York but nil of tbem on tho oollcgv grounds President Dwight said among othor things iu referring to tho changes thnt havo taken placo iu col lego llfo Pcoplo say thnt tho prosent genera tion of onllego incti is extravagant Things nro not going so badly ns soma pooplo imagine Tho conditions liavo changod Tho lives of our sous aro not limited iu many of tho ways that wo wero Tlio class which gradnatod 20 years ago spent on tho avcrago n llttlo moro than tho class that graduated last summer I rejoice that my children aro not going to pass through what I did Bucklens Arnica Salve Tho improvement of manners and tho Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts development of gentlemanly character Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fover among collego students has bcon going Sores TettcrChapped HandsChilblains on Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos- Â¬ BUILDING GUNS MORE CHEAPLY itively cures Piles or no pay required is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ A Swedes rinn Ior Giving a Twlut to It faction or money refunded Price 25 Kalis From u Smooth More Tho very heavy cost of roodorn guns cents per box For sale by A R Fisher is largely due to tho timo mid labor HAZEL DELL which nro necessarily oxpouded upon tho operation of rifling them Tho ma terial itself is rrlntivoly choap and a Peoplo aro about done planting corn rifled gnu bosidis being much moro in this vicinity costly is other things being equal Misses Emma Seaton nnd Huttio more short lived than a smoothbore It Beauchamp spent Tuesday nnd Wednes Â¬ is almost impossibloso to make tho gun day with Mrs Laura Compton near Unr-and tho projectilo that tho soft driving bands of tho latter shall at tho moment fleld Mrs Walls who has been BickIs much of dlschnrgo accurately fit into tho grooves and lands of tho bora aud allow improved Misses Ollle Oottclland lilaucho Grout no gases to pass ahead Whou theso gasos do pass ahead of tho projectilo woro tho guests of Miss Snllio Lonnin Bus they scoro and dnnuigo tho interior of ham Tuesday ovenlng the gun and whoro tho now powders Prayer meeting at IIozl Dell overy aro usod and tho gases of combustion at Sunday morning at half past ten oclock tain an enormous dogroo of boat tho Madam rumor reports a wedding here process of deterioration especially in weapons of largo caliber Is often vory in tho near future Mr Tom Cox attended church at Hazel rapid A Swedish engineer W T Ungo Doll Sunday has doviscd a method wheroby ho hopes Great damage is being done by cut to savo not only tho cost of rifling but nlso tho lntorior wnar and toar for which noims to crops in this section rifling is rospomiblo Ho proposes to The jlshlng party nt tho Falls was construot nil guns with smoothbores and largely attended and all scorned to en Â¬ to fit tho projectiles with gas checks joy themselves very much which shall roudrr it practically impos sible for any ga us to rush past them Simply a Cutworm Story In ordor to couvty to tho projectilo an Cutworm stories aro in order and Joo nxially rotary moiou such as is at pres ent convoyed to it by the action of the Fuqua is responsible for the latest one rifling ho has invented a mcohaniqaL A neighbor of his so Joo avers was arrangement which nt tho instant of much troubled by tho ravages of the firing glvos to the gnu itself tho rotnry pests They devoured overy green thing motion This may bo either constant or on his farm and ho thought ho would iucroasod Ho lias satisfied himself that make a test of their teeth so ho painted tho effect upon tho projoctilo is oxactly a ten penny nail green and stuck In the tho samo as is produced by tho constant or increasing twist of an ordinary rifled ground Two hours afterward ho exam Â¬ gun and ho is of opinion that tha adop ined the nail and tho cutworms had eat- Â¬ tion of his system whilo giving equal en it in two Joo says his neighbor or ovon improved accuracy of flro will swears this story is truo but ho will not roduco tho cost of heavy guns by ono vouch for it himself This is quite as half nud add onornionsly to thoir endur good as the story about tho cutworms Chicago Herald auco eating squire Bill Russells horses tail oil but tho Squire says that is now Watcliei Iu tha IIoue Owonsboro Mes- Â¬ Tom Reed has the finest watch in tho barred by limitation hemso It nover varies moro than two or senger tbreo seconds a week It is not especial ly costly but it is n wondor fur accuracy audtho ox speaker never has tha slightest troublo with it Thoro is a chronometer In tlio houso lobby which is connected tha uioteorologloal ap paratus and tho roombors who happen Sick headache to havo airly good tiiycpicces sot their watchoa by it every day Reeds Is easy Pains in the back nt tho head of tho list but Dingier Cause Sallow complexion Turner of Qoorgia and Russoll of Con Loss of appetite and necticut como oloso behind Washing- Â¬ ton Letter Exhaustion A Household Treasure is only one cure which is There D W Fuller of Canajoharle N Y LIVER says that ho always keeps Dr Kings PIUS Now Discovery in the house and his AND family has always found the vey beet result olio its use that he would not be without it II procurable O A One Piek Pill touches the liver and Dykemaa Drugglet Catskill N Y says removes the bile tlmt Dr kings New Diecovery is un Â¬ One Tonic Pellet nightly acts aa a doubtedly tli beat GougH Remedy that gentle laxative in keeping the bowels be has ueed it in his family for eight open restores the digestive organs toata years ami it has never failed to do al up the nervous system and makes new that ia claimed for It Why sot try a rick blood Complete treatment two remedy m long tried and tested medicine one price ajc Trial bottle few at A R Fishers drug Treatise and sample free at any atore tore Bgalar else 60c and 100 WWWK Mr 08 Mtw YMfc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a F6W More llililg llieso dhyo Id hear inuu bf ability ttnd espetletico say tilat tnolloply has crushed out competition In evciy occupation and that wo nro stiller Ingfrotn an over production ot uury thing Tills is by no tiienns true Take for Instnnco two occupations thoso of mi author and a book agent callings which aro supposed to be overcrowded and it can bo proved that oven in theso un- Â¬ promising fields thcro is room for their labors Only two years ago Mr W II Harvey wns a poor man editing a llttlo weekly in Chicago and hardly ablo to mnko both ends meet A eoutherner and an ox con- Â¬ federate it was n difficult matter for hlra to mako his way without capital and in- Â¬ fluence Ono day ho gavo to tho world a little book calhd Coins Financial School and it innde his foituno His profits now range from 7G0 to 1000 a day and ho is overwhelmed with business How is it that ho has mado money out of a financial book when thousands o such books in tlio past havo not paid tho cost of publication Simply because ho is the right man in tlio right place Ho wroto tho book that was needed just when it was most wanted and did his work better than any of his competitors Now tako tho book agents business Thousands of agents nro barely making a living and yet wo know o a man who recently went into a well worked field with a first clais book and his profits now average r00 a week Ho selected the right book and ho is tlio right man to handle it If superior men can tako up theso ap- Â¬ parently exhausted lines of business and succeed so well it Is reasonable to assume that in every other field of human enterprise thcro is room for tho right men Tho thing for our ambitious young men to do is to select somo lino of work and become experts in it Then they will leave tho common herd behind thom and win tho golden prizes But men should try to get Into trades an 1 professions for which they aro spe- Â¬ cially fitted Round pegs in squnre holes and cquaro pegs in round holes will never become masters of tho situation In a word they will not fit their emiron ment In tho near future and right here in the south there will bo tlio tnoat daz Â¬ zling money making opportunities over known But they will not he for drones and incompetent workers They will bo utilized by the men who can think write talk and work hotter than their competitors and such men with no cap- Â¬ ital beyond their brains and hands will in tho coming generations aa in tho past leap to tho front It is all nonsense to say that in this coufttry thero is no longer any room for talent and enterpiiso and no business opportunities for any Â¬ body oxcept monopolies and capitalists Atlanta Constitution ilobiil It la c imrhoh Who eau gy liow Much Influence the WtvetJjr hid oil the general list ptlcei nt yj WHO CAN NAV that hoil It not lietn Tot the would hve re Â¬ nverlcr all high k mained at I150 whrlhrr or not Ihr hid line WHO VAN high grade maker would have laid We be Â¬ lieve the time hat come for the latt great cut WHO VAN SAY they were not Influenced lT the Tact that In hundiedaof cltleaofthe United Statea where old line wheel once held way the Waverly la now aold ten to their nwsHe5t SV A AY that the Vaerley ofo haa hnt been the eoual In every reinect to any Mcjrcle told on the American market re gardleu of price or the name of he maker WHO CAM NAY that the 95 model Waver ley It not the hlghcitof all high grade blcyclear And WHO CAN RAY that they would not rather buy the product of the leaden ride the nro- duct of leader iel and guarantee the product of leader who are itrlvlnir at all time to a lve their patron the greatctt value for their money without wnltlng to be forced down by deadly competition t U WHO nut 40 Bicycles of all High Grades 1 the Highest Price 8500 CO MOWlSTtS V VOU AltK LOOKING FOR A WIIKEt OK SUIIJIUOIt UXCKMKNCK IJUY NOTH- Â¬ ING HUT THK WAVHULY I1UHT AND OUAnANTKKD 11 Y THI INDIANA IIICYCLB CO Â¬ HOOK LIGHT RUNNING MILLER EXCLUSIVE AGENTS HARDINSBURG KY p STORED POWEq PLKNO tl e t w 0- nuAimita Furnlihed by the Piano Ply Wheel Ij the greatest Improvement ever made In 5ell Dlndlng Harvester L A - W V e- u - M SOCk A II - BUY Â¬ r THE5 TjCT8aW Jr FLflNO LEADS Because THE FLY i WHEELS more Jones Steel Headers Sold In 94 than all others combined You should see the JONES Mirjlat IIAIirrD before vou buv Slmolest longest lived and liclitcst draft movter In the Ulinift TllinLIV world Neverout of repair Nogearsto wear out no friction no noise nothing runs the great cuss cmswneei aleady motion In fancied grain and on rough uneven cauea It to run llclitlv oer toft place makes it run lighter draft and bind a bundle after the team stops IT IS THE BEST THI CAUIt rOK THII U PIAIMY THI riV WHttlt ON IHOWM thi runo aioai The i ins proves us sirengin SEND FOR OUR to make the farmer Chain Power wcyclcs are tualn Drive Whyr Light dram L ILLUSTRATEO CATALOGUE WlariO lYifg Co Manufacturer West Pullman Chicago III FOR SALE BY GHAS R ANDERSON GUSTON MEADE COUNTY KY GARRETT Soveral pcoplo hnvo quit planting corn on account of the cut norms D S HobertsaLd Wilber Willet were BANK or Â¬ Capital Stock 25 000 hero Friday ovenlng on their wheels Surplus 7 600 Mrs Darneal daughter Eddie nnd son Louis spent Thursday hero tho guests of B F BEARD President Mrs Buckler and family WILL MILLER Vioe Pretldent Miles wife and baby spent last Dr M II BEARD Cashier Sundny with Will Si pes nnd family 1 Cnsper Funk of Garnettsville spent QW BEARD - -- Dire tor MORRIS ESKRIDGE witli his parents here Sunday R M JOLLY Mrs Mnmiiiio Ricketts and children INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS spent a fow days this week with her mother Mrs Crutchcr Health is omy A Econ- Â¬ I aVMlJ 1 well man can do as much work as two men who are under the weather and do it better A box of Rlpans Tabules in the office will save hired help Itipans Tubules may be obtained through your neircst druggist lrlce joccnli a box LOUISVILLE OAST For a OIITAIN A PATENT Rrompt answer and an boneit opinion wrlto to bad nwlrnhr rears bCK who bavebusiness CommunicaÂ¬ experience In the patent tions strictly confidential A Handbook ot In formation concerning lntenla and bow to ob Â¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and sclentltta books tent free Patents taken tbrough Muun ft Co receive pedal notice In the HejentlOc and tbua are brought widely before Atnerlcnn with Â¬ the publio out cost to the Inventor Ttale splendid paper Issued weeklrelenantlrlllustrated baa by fartha largest circulation of any aclentlfle work In tha world 83 a year Sample conies sent free Building Edition monthly slM a year Hlngla copies IS cents Err v number contains beau- tlfal plates In colon and photographs of new bouses wltb plana enabling builders to ahow tha latest design and secure contracts Addren CO Nxw YOHK 301 BUOADWAT MUMM WI mtCAVtAI 0 HAUL MAHKSiW COPYRIGHTS MARKET REPORTS Laufer Pro Correctly weekly by Pumphrey duce Commission Merchants ajo Second btbet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY May 14 1895 Shipper ihoald mark all piokkgei plainly with ihtpperi name and post offio addren BUTTER 10 12 Choice country Medium Creamery 6 Mem Tho first of American News- Â¬ papers CHARLES A DANA Editor The American Constitution theAmerican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ can Spirit These first last and all the time forever Daily by mail - - 6 a yr Daily Sunday by mail8 a yr - - a yr The Weekly 1 EdOS Fresh DEANS Michigan hand picked ndlaua Navy Old or Common and colored U Q 8 20 to 22 5 1 75 to 2 00 00 to 1 20 1 35 25 38 30 10 00 FEATUER8 Prime white Mixed Old No 1 duok goaie- - HIDES 15 25 Oreen food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep aklni O 7 1M 30 0 ii 7tf 40 POULTRY 1 7 Heni per lb 8 7 Ducki M 9 Turkeys alive QJ 10 Turin y 1 dresied DRIED APPLEd AND PEAOHEa 5K to quarters Applet oholoe bright 4K to Applet average Applet old new Peaohet old Peaches WOOL 4 to 6 Is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in tho worm Price 5c a copy By mail 2 a year AddreaaTIIC SUN New York The Sunday Sun FACTS POSITIONS I GUARNTEED Tttb waihod Oreaie One vti Â¬ ConstipationBiliousness Oreate coarie Merino Burry and Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 0ti MISCELLANEOUS - Jl 15 13 10 JIX Q Q It 15 8 12 12 35 35 W Molatstt - 30 under reasonable conditions lio not say It can not be done until you send for free f 2ft rune cstalnitue DRAUCHTONS PIIACTI AL BUSINESS COLLEQB and hchool of bhoil band 1 ypcwrillnir and 1 elceranhv NASIlVHLKTKXN 4 WEEKR bv Drauvhtnni method r Injj book keeping is equal to 12 VVEHKS bv old method It expttds moro money in Hie Interest of Its ICinployuent Department than half thr business collcgei in the south take In as tub Ion It Is noorten D Hankers Merchants and stroniri practical book keepers all ovcrth United Ststes Reasonable ratca of tuition Chean board Open to both seses 6oo students past year representing 30 Mates and Territories It has tih IIAY GRAIN FEED W quota prleet to day on Louisville city also prepared books for sent on CV wharfs No 2 oaU Btriotly cholc Choice No 3 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- - OATS Â¬ IIAY 10 50 11 00 10 00 S3 3t 13 00 00 11 00 A j 13 aihtilh Tenn Nll It nava cash it for vacancies aa hnnlr keepers stenographers teachers etc reported provided it Alia same days trial When von write explain vour wants Addresst J F fiinhnn IIOUK STUDY - 450 RJPNSPellets sTonic CORN Oholoe white Choice shelled A 43U 45 4 04 3 30 -- afteaW a 11 vi lv i Good to extra thlpplng CATTLE S49 Light hipping Best BuUhsn Median to good buUkM HOGfl A I 00 iltl j J 75 4 35 3 35 5 M 4M 75 5 M 4W Choi pac klng and buUhKt 4 84 Fair to good 8 M Reagh SheaU aad pt 104 lia aad MdK4 74 SHEEP 3 44 deed to extra sblpfUg VcJr to al gd to aaira 4 Vatt to wU LAMM n3 r7 4 1 M 9 MftH 4H 71 tt 3 M 3 54 i mMBWHfcpWlWMlllll 0 lf f THE BRBOKENRIDQH oast to west and from west to cast whilo tho air wnrt thick with intermin able explosions At last all was dnuo that could bo dona Whothor his action had so excited tho admiration of hlsctio mios that they had no honrt to shoot him or whether on overruling power would not let him dlo ho at last turned unhurt nnd joined his comrades Ho had Ixcn exposed as nover before as ho might nover bo ngain but ho had not met death Â¬ ISTEVWS GLOVE1HPORT KY KIRK Cut norms are plentiful yi L SI Pate rliciifT nas iu town Tuesday Frank Jnrtioc New Ih tliel was In lown Inst week A NEW SUBSTITUTE FOH BEEP Mytrrlon Temperance Drink In Clilrngoa Xtt THE BEST COMBINED STALLION IN THIS OOUNTYr Home Saloon Itoiucostinukd Did You Ever fc K b I Is i Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for BT XlAlCAN 0PvAl0MTI89 R1 ASiOtlATIO If not get a bottlo now your troubles from tho bridgo Dashing Into position and getrcllef This medlclno has been CHAPTER XXIL tho horses aro swung around pointing found to bo eculiarly adapted to the ro TIIK FinST OtN AT CHICKAMATJOA tho muzzlos of cannon toward tho ad liof and cure o all Female Complalnla Mark Mnynnrtt was passing tlio first vancing host Tho guns aro unlimbcrcd oxertlng a wonderful direct influence in night aftor his nontcnco Jakoyhad left Thero is a boom followed by a shriek giving strength and tone to the organs him after their discussion of tlio caming shell arching toward tho heavens Â¬ paign to rclapso into gloom Ho blow and dropping with a sound liko nit ex- If you have Los of Appetite Constipaout Ills candio and threw himself on ploding rocket over ouo of tho advanc tion Headache Fainting Spells or are Nervous SleepleKSKxcitableMelaucholy his camp cot Bleep would not coma ing columns with Dizzy Spells Electric Tho oronts of tho prist fow days caracol Tho shot produce n chango in tho or troubled medicine you need Health cd fantastically beforo him liko an ar- - disposition of tho closely packed Con Bitters Is the Strength are guaranteed by its use rnj of cavalry goblins in reviow They federates as a turn of a kalcidoscopo and bottles only fifty cents at A It Lirge Tiad ecarcoly got by beforo they turned alters tho combination of colors Tho Fishers drug store and camo oantoring back again Thus closed columti- - halt quickly extend thoy marched and countermarched till wings ou either side joining tips each A CITY WITHOUT A GOVERNMENT midnight nnd still no sign of sloop whilo deploying resembling tho con Alaynard tossed and turned and pined tinued line from tip to tip of somo Redliot Elections Kverjr Vrnr bat the for day And what would it bring forth hugo distant bird Now they nro in Elected Never Qualify Surely a battlo could not bo much lon- lino of l tlio and onco moro movo forTho town of Humboldt Kan is nn ger dolayod and with a battlo tbcro ward whilo tho Union battery drops organized city of thn third class with was n chanco for oblivion shells in their extended nnd less vulner1500 pcoplo and for 18 years thero has Scratching a match ho reached for able ranks Marching over open fields his watch It was 13 oclock Ho felt crossing gullcys now lost in n wood to not Kciin municipal officer in tho town that ho could no longor boar thoso low appear upon its other edge bisecting although tho city election has been hold every year Thereby hangs n tnle and peaked canvas walls abovo him Ho creek and road a slowly drawing coil must get out under tho broador canopy a lino of tho ribbed soo sand a as it contains n warning against tho vot Lighting his candio ho noticed tho unistreak of dust beforo a rising wind tho ing of bonds mid going into debt it form of Privato Flanagan in which ho southerners movo steadily forward Bo should bo told had aided tho csoapo of Caroliuo Fitr foro them tho Union outposts givo way In tho spring of 1670 thero was proHugh Ho put it on and throwing back retreating under cover of their guns jected Eonth from Junction City to Par the tent flaps stepped out into tho night What aro thoso funereal looking wag Tho sky was covered with thin clouds ons driving np and boing stationed at sons a railroad called tho southern moon shono giving different points thoso mun with n strip branch of tlio Union Pacific nnmboldt bohind which tho a light between darkness and moonlight of red flannol about their arms scatter- Â¬ was not a jounir town then but bond Ho sot out toward tho front Passing ing theniBclvc i over tho field To tho voting was the fashion and Humboldt oat of his own immodiato camp ho as young outhusia st for war in tho dis- which was old enough to know better condod tho slopo of Pea Vino ridgo tance who has been impatient to soo a voted bondi to tho extent of f 175000 which stood dork against tho eastern battle thoso wngous theso men marked for tho road Not Fitlsfied with this sky Climbing to ono of its highest with rod composing tho ambulanco dobt in 1870 tho town voted 25000 to points whoro ho could overlook tho corps gutting ready to takd caro of dead tho Fort Scott Humboldt nnd Wcstorn Pea Vino valloy ho seated hlmsolf on a who havo not yot been killed wounded a road known in tho west as tho Old This road was gradod rock and gavo hlmsolf over to modita who havo not yot been hit bring tho Fifth Parallel tlon Around him was tho dork circlo first realization of what war means from IAirt Scott to Humboldt but it of tho horizon whilo abovo was tho Thero is 110110 of tho harsh music of bat- was nover equipped Tho grado may bo great dome Beneath him on tho east tlo about thoso grim looking wagons scon today by passengers riding nlong ern slopo of tho ridgo wcro tho Union thoso men waiting for victims to bright- Â¬ tho Missouri Pacific But tho grado did outposts beyond which slopt a Confed Â¬ en tho oyo and send tho blood coursing not bring tho 11 od of trado that was exerate army Back of him in tho valloy through tho veins Thoy go about their pected and tlio bonds being sold to tlio of tho Chiokamauga wero tho Union work in a methodical fashion tmt usual innocent purchaser tho town began to skirmish around tho courts to troops tho two armies making in all dampens ardor as water quenches flio keep from paying nu unjust dobt The 100000 souls gloThoy mock a soldiers ambition for inovitablo came and in 1870 tho town Thero camo n distant rambling from ry Thero is somothlng in tho calculagrow faded was lost and tion tho preparation to remind him as a legal corporation dissolved into tho south It reappeared tho unmistakable rattle of that after nil tho gold lace tho feath- thin air Then when tho offlcor of tho court a train It oamo on slowly from a dis- ers tho martial music aro but to cauto tance of several miles tho rolling of tho him liko tho pumpered sacrifice to for- camo to Humboldt in 1870 to compel tho mayor to turn over tho intorost duo on trucks tho panting of tho locomotivo get what ho is for to bo shot tho bonds ho found that although thero growing louder tho whilo till it reach But Mark Maynard was a voternn ed u point dirootly oast of whero ho was and had seen nil this before Ho gavo had been a rcdliot election tbo spring sitting and a few miles south of Kin tho ambulanco corps n singlo glance beforo and although thero was a man thero called mayor tin to was in dcod gold Thero it could not only bo hoard and then looking toward a group of but seen by him Ho watched it move Union officers partly concealed from nnd in legal trutji no mayor at all Tho situation has remained tho samo on np tho road and at last it was lost in him by tho smoko of tho battery saw for 18 yoarp In two years moro tho dobt lUngold Ho listenod to hoar if it wont ono of them with tho stars of a briga will bo outlawed Then Humboldt is farther but tho hound did not recom dier general on his hhouldcr poer north coming up to brcitbo tho frco nir onco mence ward through a floldglass Turning his Scarcely had tho train stoppod when oyos in tho samo direction ho could sco moro ns n municipal corporation At present tho programme is written upon another was heard coming from tho a light oloud rising west of Ringold Every year tho mayor direction It too camo on was Ho watched it and observed that ouo a tangled web stuno lost for n timo in tho tunnol and pass end of it was trending toward n ford nnd city council rro elected Tho old ad ing north stopped whero tho othor had north of Roods ridgo Tho officer soon ministration retires and tho now administration conies in only it doesnt It stopped Then camo a third and a fourth shut up his glass and in another moall moving in tho Bamo direction In ment aids wero galloping away to givo comes to tlio tlirct liold but it doesnt enter It docs not qualify less than on hour Maynard counted fivo orders to retroat A column of ConfedTlio council meets without tho oath of trains all of which stoppod at Ringold wero march oxtendiug for inile office Tlio mayor is merely chairman There ho erates Ho rose from his seat fovd to turn tho Union loft of a committoo of citizens tho council is a ing to tho exclaimed pointing to Ringold and no tiino was to bo lost in getting and tho meetings of tlio committee aro point from which if lam not mistaken littlo forco back to tho bridgo hold reguhuly Ordinances aro passed thero will soon como an attack on our tho Thero is n quick limbering of guns giving tho city marshal and tlio street Thoy nro bringing troops in thoso lines skirmishers cavalry gunners nil trains to mass them ou our loft whoro and back over tho ridgo At tho bridgo commissioner power to keep tlio town hurry thero is so littlo to opposo them If tho thoy find two regiments ready for any orderly and clean Tho council cannot Tho littlo hnndlo nny public money trains wero going south it would arguo duty to which they may bo assigned that tho enemy woro retreating Com- Thoy nro directed to hold tlio ford to money used by tho council is raised by privato subscription among tho rcsidouts ing north means that thoy aro going to which tho column of dust is moving tako tho offensive It looks to mo as if Protocted in that direction tho forco at pf tho town and as it doesnt go through this rapid moving of men at this hour tho bridgo uwaitB moro confidently tho any red tape machiuo and as every ono who pays thc u volunteer tuxes knows meaut a daylight attack right hero on coming of tho advancing Confederates just how much ho pays for ovcrythiug tho left If so thero is no timo to lose Thoy havo not long to wait Tho skirtho mouoy is not squandered It is in I must got back and givo a warning mishers a thiii lino of gray aro soon seen fact a business administration Tho Ho walked rapidly in tho direction of liko light scat scurrying over tho ridgo city marshal is only a fiat functionary Reeds bridgo and coming to tho head- - tered clouds boforo a whito squall quartors of tho commanding officer of Tho main line of gray is still tramping As city marshal ho has power to do tho troops iio sought found an aid who over tho Pen Vino valloy keeping tho nothing except scare Miiall boys who throw melon rinds in tho alleys nnd to was on duty all night tho general being slow paco of their heavy guns Tlio Unnotify owners of pigpens to cloan up upprohoiislve in his ospoeod position ion men do not wnit for tho stronger and wishing to bo cnllod at tho slightest forco They turn npou theso skirmishers but as coubtnblo of Humboldt township ho can arrest men and enforco tho laws sign of an attack To him Maynard redrive them back through tho gap as well as tho best policeman in tho counted what ho had soen and tho gen- Â¬ and to tholr moro slowly moving comrades world eral was awakenod and informed Ho Mark Maynnrd following with tho Tho street commissioner has no powor turned a willing oar to Maynards cau- rest soon again found himself on tho eavo with tho consent of tho peoplo men ridgo tion and at onco ordered that tho There in tho valley below was whoso property ho grades up or down bo aroused tlio horses fed and broakfast tho lino of battlo ho had seen but near Â¬ Ho is a sort of advisory board Tho city prepared Thon tho horses wero sad- er a crescent shaped line extending olerk issues licenses to show which aro dled tho artillory harnossod and tho from tho bank of tho creek above the clearly flat and his records of the probaggage loadod into tho wagons After imparting his information May Â¬ ford across thb northern end of tlio ridgo ceedings of tlio council would havo no nard wont to his own camp called for into the P Vino valley Battleflugs weight iu any court None of thoso ap pointive officers qualifies Tho whole Ids horso and buckling on his saber appeared abovo tho lino at regular intermachinery of administration in tho littlo and pistol rMo back to tho camp ho had vals Each ono of IS flags Maynard on by consent loft Ho arrived just in timo to join n counted Indicating a regiment Ho town is carriedmayor common who was Tho present tho man roconnoitering party starting to rido knew that tlio littlo Union forco east of elected but who has not qualified and over tho ridgo in tho direction of Rintho Chickamauga could not stand gold Being in a privates uniform ho against what appeared to bo at least a will not is W T MoElroy odltor of wus not recognized by tho men his division of infantry with n very Btrong tho Humboldt Union Mr MoElroy has bocn in tho littlo town for 80 years and appearance was much ohangod by tho forco of cavalry Nor was ho wrong SO years old Ho thinks loss of his lioard and fell in with tho Tho scytho swung round as if moved his paper is get out of this hole files as though ho belongod to tho by tho arms of a Titan mowing with when tlio citizens last tho man who offers to voto a bond on troop its sharp edgo tho opposing Unionists tlio town sito will bo hanged Tho squadron trotted up tho road load Thoy word sent flying back to tho bridgo Ho says that tho city stands ready to ing through a gap in tho ridgo and and hurriodly put themselves into a pocompromise with tlio innocent pur stood on a summit overlooking the Pea sition to defend it chasers of tho bonds for oxaotly what Vino valloy By tho light of day May Â¬ Thoy aro ready for tho storm when it tho purchasers nro alleged to havo paid nard looked down upon tho laudscapo breaks meeting it with artillory and 25 cents on tho dollar This proposition ho had seen a fow hours beforo but nh charges of cavalry Tho Confederates Poon how changed I Ton thousand men in aro driven but by this timo their artil- Â¬ ho declares hasEvory mado and rejectedÂ¬ sovoral times few months on ofgray wcro coming across the valloy lery has been got forward and posted at ficer from tKiine court trios to find funds id a soloinu sight at any timo to It it point north of tho bridgo whero it can of tho extinct corporation In somo bank seo an army moving to strlko a too sweep tho valloy of tho creek tho bridgo In tho country Not long ago tho offlcor Thorn was something in tho silent and those whoso purposo it is to defend triod lola But so far tho oourts have movcniont too far for him to hoar tho it boon unablu to got tbo funds Tho little tramp of tho men advancing over tho Now thero is immlnont dangor Will town soonis to havo tho best of the conintervening space still wearing Its sum the littlo forco on tho cast bank got timo will rclcasa it mer robes of grcou to romind him of a over or will it bo cut off and captured test and ouly Memphis Commercial-Appea- from tho trouble l thundercloud rising in a clear sky by theso overwhelming Confederates Thero woro compact columns of infan It cau only bo saved by ono portion try steadily marching whilo ou elthor charging tho cnomy whilo tho othors flank cavalry trotted forward head up aro moving by twos tho bridgo will Women liko a troop of lions over jungle Occa stand no moro across tho structure sionally thero camo a confusion of dis SUPiTO UN I OUI MttERinS Among thoso chargod and re tant sounds ordors mero murmuriugs charged to keop offwho gray coats swarm Â¬ tho preceding tho storm The advanoing ing upon them on that eventful morn Â¬ boat seemed rather a troop of specters ing always in tho advance in tho spit moving with tho wind an army of ma ting lino of foam precedes tho bil- Â¬ coming to scatter a plague low rolling upon thatsand Murk May Â¬ licious spirits tho from their still silent woapous nard was over present As each wayo ACTS AS A SPECIFIC This fonor vanished with tho first few rollod from tho margin of tho Chicka Â¬ shots frore the skirmishers Thoy were mauga broko upon tho Boutlrerners and SB Arousing to HhIUij AcIm II herOrgtM too roal too spiteful to attribute to rooodod a number of tho Union troops It causes health to bloom and nay but human agendo Back goes the had passed tho bridgo joy torulgu throughout tho frame thin lino of blue beforo the scattered Maynard waited till every man was Confederates ia advaaoo wpportod by over Thou stopping on tlio bridge ho It Never Fails to Reuulatc thick colasaBfl of riwty gray No skir Â¬ joined a party who wero toaring up the mish line would care to stand against flooring ttf pievont tho enemy from fol- Â¬ Jlr nlfa In ten urnir treatment of lead hit iwifltlaiu ture vuar wUliuutlenN t these oolunuM coining ailautly not yet lowing At last those loft for the shore Wiiriulutf llirmi ootllee nf IIIIAIllilKIil H H1IAIH IlKlilllAIIIIl ha ia preseeee of a foe worthy of a volloy and he ronialuod alono As board after J cooking Wilkin and witlilnx nun dollar ami 1 O 3II A 1 4SIIUVIUJ Al Saddealy there ia a ruwWIsg Bhout board cane up the Confederates pmhed HtUtiJKIU mCUUMTOK O iHaata la isg a laahlag of bonmi la Maynards Bearer bat still lie worked on Ballots U4 9100 j kettle Sl4ylru rear Taming be ea a Union battwy Mug to eaoh other as they pawed from drawn by horaat gallofdng up the slope varvnrivcivK 5a2ZWTVr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thousands ot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BRADFIELDS FEVU E REGULATOR Ml Finly Drown Axlol was hero trading Thursday most enthusiastic and resourceful of tho 1 L Mattingly Hunters Hall went workors who havo found od nnd main Â¬ to llardlnshurgTiii sdiiy In con- Â¬ tained tho Pooplos institute Den Miller Jr was out about New nection with his proposed enlargement of tho scopoof tho instltuto work Bishop Bt thel ono day last week FoIIowb recently outllnod in Tho Trib Mrs Phelps Louiavlllo continues her uuo his plans for establishing n series of Tho plans havo boon visit at her listers Mrs J D Decler homo saloons worked nut in detail and tho first two John Jarboe II Hes Run is here put- Â¬ of tho saloons aro promised to bo estab ting up stock scales or P dlieeran llro lished within a fortnight Thero hns A Co been a slight depart nro from tho origiMr B Durton and Miss Ltila Vessels nal plans nnd instead of tho homo saloons being all of tho samo class thero Ilardlnsburg went to Glendeane Wed Â¬ will bo as many degrcos of variation as nesday in tho original alooholio dispensaries Mr Pcto Sliro an and wife visited her Tho first ones to bo established as nil ex parents and relatives In Mcado county periment will both bo located in tho last week heart of tho down town district Ono Miss Mattlc Mattingly Planters Hall will dispense C cent drinks and tho other One will cater to tho spent last Saturday night at Mrs Magglo 10 cent drinks barrel houso or grogshop constituency Jarboes and tho other xill conipoto with tho Miss Llzzio Rhodes KuotUvillp is bars whoro tin mirrors aro of beveled visiting her grand father Mr Robert glass tho bars cf mahogany tho drinks 15 cents each nnd wiicro tho luncheon Mattingly and jido dish of olives is presided over Voniiie Moorman a prominent young by Vvrhlto aproned attendnnt Both man of Glendeane gavo our town a call will bo opened in largo basements tho last Saturday only differeuco between tho 5 nnd 10 Mrs Rachel Dcaucliamp New Bethel cent saloon boing in tho maguiflcenco of tho f urnlshlngs and tho elaborateness of visited her brother Mr Lon Jarboe and the frco lunoh Bishop Fallows said yes other relatives terday Miss Belle Mattingly Hardinsburg What puzzled us most was to pro spent the fourth Saturday and Suuday vido somo drink that would tako tho with Miss Ntttlo Mattingly placo of beer Wo shall offset whisky Miss Clara Cannon Planters Hall re brandy and mm with soda water chocolate coffeo mineral wators malted turned homo Sunday after a pleasant milk cocoa lemonado eta but at first visit to her aunt Mrs Tom Cannon Mc thero appeared to bo no substltuto for Daniels bocr Wo resolved to mako ono Expert Albert Mattingy Meado county who chemists havo bcon nt work oil tho prob lem for somo timo and tho solution is lias been visiting relatives and f lends in at hand Wo havo a new drink tho color this county fir several weeks returned of beer and scarcely to bo distinguished homo Friday from it but of courso it is nonalcoiiolio Miss Hallie Beeli r camo homo last and noufermentivo Hops enter Into its composition something that cannot bo week from Hardinsburg She had been said of feomoof tho beer sold ovor Chica attending school at tho Normal College go bars Tho only difficulty wo havo yet for sometime to ovcrcomo is to do away witli somo of Jim Mattingly cime homo Tuesday tho bitterness imparted to tlio beer by from Knottsville whero ho had tuken tho hops his mother to remain for some time un Â¬ Aftor much discussion of details wo der the treatment of her brother Dr havo determined to open saloons iu tho district whero rents nro highest and Drury whero most pcoplo congrcgnto Wo feol Misses L I and M D Wheatley re- Â¬ suro wo can demonstrate that tho scliemo ceived a handsome line of summer liatp will bo n success from a basinets stand fliwers anil trimming Friday Come point Wo shall bo much disappointed and get you a nice stylish hat before if thoy do list pay n net profit of 10 per they aro picked over cent If wo demonstrate that tho Peo Quito a crowd wero in town shopping ples instltuto will bo rolieved from a further prosecution of the scliemo Pri- Â¬ Tuesday Our merchants were rushed vato outorpriso and capital will then all day Tlio ladies wo note from Mc step in and push thn good work Whoro QuaJy were Misses Leila and Annie tho 5 cent diiuks nro sold there will bo reading rooms plenty of light nnd heat Jolly Flora DeJernette Gertio Wilson toilet rooms nbsoiuto cleanliness and a and Mattie Miller good susbtaiitinl free lunch on tho si do Dennlo Sheeran started Thursday on Where tlio 10 cent drinks oui sold tho his first trip with his drummer wngon accommodations will bo tbo samo but He is proud of his wagon and well has thero will bo moro mahogany nnd plato he a right to be for its a daisy and put glass about tho bar and tho frco lunch will bo so elaborate that it will servo up to tho point the maker Mr Hiram Chicago Winclioll never lots anything leave his for n good substantial meal hands till its exact in overy way Tribune Mr Jim Moorman and wife Mr Willis A BIQ EXODUS and daughter Glendeane wero bore Tlie Schema of Tx Williams of Georgia trading Thursday Mr Moorman and to Lead 100000 Nrgrorn to Mexico wife purchased about lot ty dollais worth Tho rcdoubtablo Peg Williams of of goods that goes to prove our mer- Â¬ Atlanta ho of tho negro oxodus fame chants do a better part by the peoplo has created n small sized sensation in Texas and Mexico by announcing that than any other in the country ho would export 100000 negroes from Last Saturday night quite a number of tho southern states to Mexico during young folks of this place and vicinity as- Â¬ this winter Tho abovo information was sembled at Mr Ion Jarboos where they couvcyod to Atlanta last night in a press wero royally entertained by the clever dispatch dated at San Antonio Tex The evening was whioli nlso stated that Peg hod signed host and hosUss passed pleasantly in social converse a contract on Saturday to furnish a wealthy planting company in Mapiamia entersporsed with music both ocal and Moxico SOO laborers to bo obtained instrumental until 10 oclock when after from Georgia refreshments the crowd formed into a Peg Williams is ono of tho best serenading party and gavo Messrs Lon known railroad men in Georgia and ho Rhodes and Frauk McGary a call At has boon instrumental in tho exportation theso places tho party of eighteen wero of moro worthy and worthloss negroos from this state than any other half dozen cordially invited in and the untiring hos Â¬ men in it Ho is known and iutimato pitality of botli could not bt surpassed ly by ovory prospective darky oxoduster Every place a most luxurious treat greet Â¬ iii tho bordors of tho stato from thq ed tlio merry party Dluo Ridgo to Liberty and to say aught ngalusf Peg in tho hearing of nny Every person big little old or young ono of them is to lay yourself liable to black or white rich or poor who has trouble Did Peg moan what ho has been ever used Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey pro- Â¬ tolling tho pcoplo out in Texas Will ho nounce it the best cough and lung rem- Â¬ really rellovo tlio south of 100000 mem edy on earth Its true too so wo guar Â¬ bers of its population within n few antee Forsale byShort A HaynesClov mouths and if so how will ho do it erportDr R II McMullin McDanielsj Will hocolouizo and march them to tho M Meyer A Co Buros j A Taylor Ro Â¬ land of tho groaser or will bo send sette Ky W EBrown Irvington Ky them in specials prepaid all tho way A A Richardson Garfiold Ky A R through Morris Big Spring Ky Peg Williams iskunwn ns n hustler W O Moor Â¬ and when ho uudirtnkes to do a thing man Glendeane Ky P Sherron Bros ho generally succeeds If theroaro 100 A Co Kirk Ky i Horace Scott Har 000 uogroos in tlio south who want to dinsburg Ky go to Mexico that havo tho necessary cash Peg Willloms isho man who SAMPLE can carry them Ho is resourcofuland if thoy havo tlio money ho can provido Tom Jolly went to Steplionsport last transportation for that number mid Suuday many mora Atlanta Constitution Tho cut warms are worse here than Cent Pieces In the South ever known beforo A yoar or so ago when tho average Quite a crowd attended the fishing Savauuahiau found himself in possession of a coppor cent ho felt tomptod to flip party at tho Fulls last Saturday tbo littlo coin Into tho gutter ns n nuis Mack Robert of Union Star was in ance Couts wcro unpopular Nobody town last Sunday visiting friends wonted them Even tlio newsboys nnd Miss Maud Smith roturned to her tho bootblacks disdaiuod to wasto timo in waiting for a cent in chaugo Dut home in Hardinsburg last Tuesday things aro different now Tho little copMiss Gertie French of Union Star was por coin outs quito a figure iu tho oltys visiting friends at this place last week circulation and it is ns much respected Miss Dee Basham of Lodiburg was as tho moro pretontious ulokol Hardly a person fishes np a handful of chango visiting her parents a few days last weelc in which thero Is not a plentiful sprin Jeff Jolly Bowloyville was the guest kling of bronzo color Tho reduced street ot his brother Nelson one night last car faros and tho odd cent prices lu some week of the loading stores havo brought about tbo chango and it is probably a good VGodfrey Bail ot Ilardlnsburg was the thing Pcoplo have come to understand guest of Miss Lacy Jully last Saturday tho vnluoof a eut botr than thcyovor and Sunday did before Savannah News Mr and Mrs Fv W Basham and little daughter Lois went to Lodiburg oie A new theory in the treatment of day last week coughs lung and bronchial aflVctious has yilise Blanche Grant was the guest of boon advanced by the manufacturers ot Misses Nellio and Jennie Miller last Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It ia truly a Saturday and Sunday wonderful remedy All dealers sell Misses Ella Gibson and Annie Bennett It on a positive guarantee For sale contemplates visiting Ciovertiort and by Short Ilayaee Clovwportj Dr HawMyHU In the near future R II McMullin McDaniek M Meyer Mrs Mary L Rohblna was the goest of A Co Duras A Taylor Rosette W K Misses IHrdle and Xis FrMb near Drown Irvington Ky i A A Kleliard son Garfield Ky A K Morris Big Union Star a fow Jays last wek Spring Ky V7 O Mootbwb GlatJ deane Ky P Sherron Bros A C Cry Kirk Ky llowwe Seeit Hardiiwbtirjc Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A now drink wonderful lu concoction nnd mysterious in its chemical analysis is about to bo sprung upon tho public by Bishop Fallows of tho Roformcd Knis- copal church Tho bishop is ouo ot tlio Will make the present season at my farm and at Hardinsburg Hardinsburg April 12th and 13th 15th and lGth Holts Bottom and return each 9th day It costs no more to raise a fine horse than it does to raise a common one and when offered for sale the well bred one is much easier sold and at a far better price Wilkes is 16 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs Service fee reduced from 12 to 10 to insure a living colt Clubs of eight or ten for 8 Â¬ flHtayi Harry Wilkes Jr j 1- - THE WELL KNOWN STALLION Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting yourpatronage I am Respectfully AJ5VIH C L HAWKINS Miss Graco Jolly and brother Bruce of Augusta Ky arrived hero the first of ladies Friend ITI Safe and Sure ftUt docs not keep them nddreft ST IOUIS 3IO tills month where thoy will spend the summer visiting relatives and friends DID YOU KNOW TRADE IWHITE T CROSS I mmmm I a That Wesley Hunter Dowell aro married and Lorenze Female Tablets a true Female lleg ulrttor Guaran Â¬ teed or money re tumled ry If your Drug 8J1 7Ul h I Is T roMoxaiu Price 8300 il il That Jick Mattingly will have to hunt him a wifj to keep house for him Louisville St Lools rUexas That John Gibsou says tiie Bobbins aro his favorite bird M n 4 jtca Co E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paducab Ky says that Dr Bells Pine Taking Effoct Tar Honoy cured his children of whoop-Â¬ ing cough when all things elso failed At 600 oclck A tf Snndaj Dae 30 S394 Its a new remedy for all coughs For Eatt Bound Train salo by Short Havnes Oloverport Dr Wctl Bound Traint R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer 62 61 A Co Burns A Taylor Rosetla W Kxpri Kxpra STATIONS Mall Kxpra Bxpr E Brown Irvington Ky A A nich Dally Dally Daily Dally ardsou GarfieldKyj A It Morris Big 630pm 730im IvUnn ptar 1 00pm 8 30pm Kentucky St 12 45 74 Spring Ky W C Moorman Glen- Â¬ 6 45 SIS 7 35 725 825 Wtit Point 11 25 deane Ky P Sherron Bros Co 730 828 Howard 1202tm 7 80 Rock Haven 1147 7 47 845 714 Kirk Ky Horaco Scott Hardinsbur 1139 iMDg Branch 863 765 7 07 TIME SCHEDULE M51 fSS Ky 804 813 8 21 902 9 30 830 Bicycles at the Church Door 8 38 939 6lr Lodiburg 8 45 947 606 It is a very serious fact that a bicycle Pierce 9 f6 865 567 Sample 662 innocent as it looks just a thing of 900 1000 Slephemport 6 45 metal when a combination of will and 909 10CJ 1014 Addison 6 40 914 1020 Holt 636 muscle strides it may do much toward 917 Clovcrport 9 28 1033 6 24 Shopa 1010 6 21 breaking down Sunday On the other 931 SUllman 1060 9 43 6 09 hand it may do much toward building 964 1102 4 69 9S7 Haweivllle 1109 4 61 1002 929 Petrie up Sunday Thero are many people who 10 07 1115 9 23 4 45 Falcon Cayce use it in going to church 4 42 919 Thero are 1012 1119 1125 1018 Lewisport 913 4 36 miuistera who aro saved long tiresome 1035 1143 Powera 9 05 4 20 12 561 in Patea 8 40 4 08 walks upon the Lords day by the uso of 1048 12fijm 1069 4 00 8 30 Owemboro 1218 the flying wheel 1109 817 Mattingly 347 12 21 8 09 1114 Griffith 341 If a bicycle be used properly on Sun Â¬ 1119 1227 6tanley 616 3 37 Worthington 763 830 day it helps the day aids people in at- Â¬ 1125 1235 12 42 1133 Reada 7X0 328 tending church and hence assists to a 1145 SpotUvllle 126 7 42 316 734 Raaetta 310 life We know ono church whero 1163pm 1269 better 1210am 1 16pm arHenderan It j 20am 266pm at tho evening service tho wheels ot bicyclists may be seen leaning against Havo to Itoneivod your Subacrip tho church wall Theso wheels are not i Ion for 1 80S by any means breaking down tho wall but buttressing it rather T By Ford L St L Branch On the other hand a wheel may just run over tho good work of Sunday and TIME TABLE No 24 help break it down For instance along TAKING EFFECT DEO 30 1804 the line of wheelmen in a club the word j8M Baat Pound Tralna is often passed on Saturday that there is Weit Pound Tralna I Dally I Dally Dally I Daily SflK to be a glorius run early Sunday morn- Â¬ ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun SG9l No 6 Nol No 2 No f ing Alter tho run is to be dinner and 1010am Lv Irvington Ar 9 20am mjHH alter that a noontide rest and then a Garfield 1160 810 3 1205pm Harried 760 H spin home 12 22 Hardinsburg 7 30 V JJBL 1268 Kirk 7 00 And on Sunday morning tho members CSSf 110 Jolly 660 vSaE o theso bicycle clubs in red shirts yel- Â¬ 124 Glendeane 6 30 AME Ia5 Dempiter 6 20 low shirts blue shirts aro seen to shoot 165 600 SS ir Kail though iv 6 27 230 Hock rale through the village on their way to the 1SI -- HR 2 42 Iluth 516 next town These wheels pass by tho 261 jtfKl Aakini 50 SOI Oaka 460 xSm church doors These riders cast their 340pm ArPordsvilteLv 4 35tn SMB influence with Sabbath breakers tw Through the whole day this influence is given to the breaking down ot the day of rest rather than upholding it But this thing is not so one sided a 1st after yearao tudy haa ao hit matter as it might seem Lot a bicycle iystem of mall treatment that perfected now aure the ilck aud lufftrirfg he can be used in breaking down Sunday and at 5 Price thaTuaatoi1 re availing it will break down the bicyclist I mean TUhcihiSb0Te EjmThu JhWndPPrtunlty andthem e that it will damage and ruin his rever- Â¬ areoa file showing the efficacy ol the treatment ence his habits of respects for the Bible All Chronio Dis Â¬ prayer the church ot God and Intro- Â¬ ease Treated ducing him among rarelesalt not evil fCATAnRHDEarNcaa companions vyill start him in a path that BRONCHIAL AND IUN TROUillaHIARTaTOM is on the down grade ACN LIVCN AND aowtL uicAtcau iLtfirrifav Be assured that the Sunday bicyclist mm EXHAU1TION ninvuu KIN MRCAda out for sport is going down hill and he RHU J MATISM ANB NftMALOM will go further down porbapa than lie The beat and moat laullflf IrMiBUMl t designs when first starting FKMALC DlBlABfB T- Uso yonr bicyclo but use it in sustain Â¬ tl - treafauat for curat aad ULCKR9 r hi permanent Mew Hlltt HiBvmi ing Sunday rather than breaking It down Youag or old waVrlnr Inm mmn Itev Edward A Band in Young Peo Â¬ BLABOa URINART BltCAHB Hiooe porae on ctHAyamBM actually re WMcss baalth asoTbapplacM ples Weekly to vigor f4Appltmaa ha aaaoclatrU with his IT mm of rapen apaciaiiata who carefully cm A lady at Tooleya La waa very tick tetac aach cm aad prepare the pnpr reatt V- with Mllmu ecMa whan M - D TLiW OBMlUtloai and rasa kr - - v Btt lWBtMfora4h4atUMOTrBUa T pro4nlB4t merehaat of tue town 2 Tl 3 MtNTN her a boUta of Obawherklna CoM Writ tufmtv and full vuiJ ut Chelaia ami DiarrhoM JUawtly He says rit waa wM in forty niautee ahr AIHHCMAN MCBIOINlfeO taking Uie flret dos For sale by A R CHtCAtyt ILL in 1 4M ST Fiatier Olovarport Ky ami XlrwUloe Ull Sla Brandenburg Ekron Gntton Irvington Webiter 1131 1122 1114 1105 1059 1046 1041 1037 1028 10 S3 1020 1016 10 10 9 48 668 648 640 630 XJBi -- BE CURED Lme uT m v gr Kl J k Board IlanUnaiHirg Children for The Pltchtrs CasUrla a XyOoyt t mU Xy Rmpotix WOMEN4 IN DOUBT - Mmkhtg Pmhr WKKTIOYAL WAFERS i 1 tJr mv lJS f I TT IV WVBJ- fir TH JS I J I jfrHA Highest Awarded B6rlutttifae HARDIN8BURG MELlfraOLOVEiRPOR IRVlNfcTON Kf We Never Forget The Children mL -- 6 il HonorsWsrldi pAlr H It V JV fc BS- Iw V1 r - h - f m 3 And Judge Mercers been Mrs Smiths sister is visiting her Miss Amanda Dean lias returned from W TIME TABLE Olendeano again Well An tM L Mrs Marshalls sister and child aro Louisville oomo win r - AJ niTTT OJTi HT Bill Smart is out at Hanllnsburg norv visiting her Raymond Meador spent bundny at Ing on the grand Jury and talking freo 1amnger Dally arr llardlniburg 12il2 pm Mrs Jno Mussulman has relumed Rock Vale soma iist silver from a visit to relatives Everybody has gone to Hardinsburg to Charlie Skillman went to HardinMmrg Pamoger Dally arr liarillniburic Ti40 a in A letter from Miss Ella Ilelt says she attend court Monday on his wheel He had a pretty Is having a fine time but pines for her Frank Peyton Falls of Rough visited lutrd pull of It too Irvington home J A Witt wants wool go and s o him W S Ashby brought tho first straw Irs Plggott canio up from Hardlus- - In town Sunday berries to market Monday Tluy are Miss Maud Smitli returned homo last uurg Rev Rutlcdgo did not fill tho pulpit last Jriuay to he present at tho selling at ten cents a nuart week at Goshen Sunday regular meeting of tho B V It O iMr and Mrs W II Bowmer returned Cheap goods can bo bought with wool Report reached us that W W Wil- Â¬ IMiss Amanda Dean has purchased a nrom Henderson Monday eveninc w hero at J A Witts liams former agent at the depot is now Decker piano they have been the guests of their Wo wonder if this bo true Mr Winebrinnerwas in Loutsylllo a married Mr and Mrs Bob Crlder spent Suuday daughter Mrs John Burks A largo crowd in attondanco at tho at D C few days last week Moormaus Boys Anglers Outfit 1 three Jolntod MOST PERFECT MADE John Hook has been appointed deputy stercopticon exhibition last evening and Mr Gregoiy wharf master at Clover- Â¬ fish rod 1 pat reel 30 feet llnneu lino A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free all seemed to enjoy tho views very much port eormtMT4 was In town last week from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 3 fish books 1 float 1 sinker all com Â¬ sheriff by S A Pate This cold weather may bo flno for tho 4Q YEARS THB STANDARD Arch Goodman is delivering ice here plete for 15 cents Sulzers Willis Green Falls of Rough spent cut worm in his relentless march yet it Tho Patton yard began work yester Â¬ at half cent per pound Sunday at Mr Johnson Deanos Notice to Subscribers certainly is not adapted to nowly bedded day and is now running under n full Mr Clenny Dellaven was in Louis- Â¬ Wado Pile Buras was tho guest of The date on the label Indicates the time to hot house plants head of steam Mr Pattou has just ville a few days last week which your subscription li paid Miss Monnio L Hunter Sunday This iervei Mrs E B Protheroo left Thursday for both at a receipt n expiration notice every closed a contract for 700000 builders Wool wool wool havo you any week Examine the dale printed after Tour Rev Lamburth and wife of the Falls a short trip to Cincinnati after which name on the margin of thin paper and see If It la An old fashioned country ham such as Then take it to J A Witt sho goes for a prolonged visit to her son wero visiting Mr and Mrs D C Moor correct If not correct please to let u know If we used to have in tho good old times your time has expired please renew at once man a part of lost week Mr Levi Dresser of New Albany Ind at Broadhead Ky was a present to this olllco last wcok by came down ou tho train Monday Rov W R Cullotn filled his regular Vaccination took on Master Owon ono of its good old timo friends Mrs Breckenridge News Hunter nnd tho greator part of last week Rev Bring your wool to J A Witts and appointment Sunday morning Daniel Friel Snyder tho Bowloyvlllo Baptist church ho was a rkht Rink tmv Eli II Deane has brought suit in the get cheap goods and pay your debts WEDNESDAY1MAY 15 1895 Rov S K Breeding will preach out at minister preached at 7j30 p m Davie S3 Circuit Court against Mrs Sallle JX W U Moorman has purchased a flno lure uiianio Bimmons is wo nro buggy and merry is tho clrl who drives L Diane executrix of S M Dearie de Â¬ Antloch church next Saturday night LOCAL BREVITIES pleased to see able to be out again Sho with him and his spirited animal ceased for 3590 claimed to be duo blm Mr Fred Fraize and Miss Murray was at church to day and looks remark- Â¬ on an old note and contract came up from Cloverport last Sunday Julian Brown was hero last week He Cottoleno saves lanl Supers ably well sinco her long visit of nearly Eggs for sale from puro bred fowls says ho will run anothor excursion to Mr June Marshal lost twelve hundred six months Fresh fruits at the City Bakery Light Brahmas Buff Cochins Silver sweet potatoilants by the cut worms LMrs Munford has gone to Chicago to Louisville some timo this summer Window Draperies all kind Sulzers Spangled Hamburgs Whlto Leghorns Miss Lulu Vessels after several days All may charm all may please if ar spend some time probably the summer Jkwn to tlio wife of Rev Lusk May 12 Brown Leghorns Red Caps and B Ply- Â¬ rayed in dainty stylish suits sold with her daughter Mrs Pusoy We visiting here went to Hardinsburg Sun Â¬ by J mouth Rocks a boy Israel Holder Clo A Witt miss her benign face from the regular day afternoon accompanied by Mr V G vernort Kv Only a few more Croquet sets left Burton church worship pr Jlr L J Early editor of the Canncl- - Mr Jimmy Ktncheloe makes a neat Mr and Mrs Sulzers Overcoats wero doing duty Sunday Washington entertained display of his stock ol jewelry in his now -ton Telephone and Miss Mamie Baker Perforated stamping dono by Mrs J a number to dinner Sunday Among beneath tho heads whero lately tho quarters of Hawesvillo were married last week 0 Heist Clerk Owon Cunningham purchased them wero Miss Lucy Frank and Miss cool summer hat was basking in the hot The Early bird has been a long time Candies fresh and pure at the City catching tho worm but like the juno bug W B Hardins house and lot hero lost Jenn Hardin also Mr and Mrs Jno sunshine Wimp Mr Kcndrick was their cuest Bakery It was Mr Bob Robartsons dauchter we week at f 700 he gets there all tho same to while here Sallio who won tho laurels at the last Boys a good brass reel for 15 cents Mr James Lyons of Jollys Station is J W Payne has been appointed Ad- Â¬ A goodly numbor of Bowleyyillos spelling contest Tho present manage Â¬ Sulzers being urged to make the race for the ministrator of tho estate of Samuel young people camo down to tho enter Â¬ ment of Utopen College will ever re Â¬ Cream and soda only five cents a glass Legislature on the Democratic ticket Davidson deceased tainment Saturday night Unfortunately port to the News Its winsome Sallle Mr Lyons is one of our best and most at Iteidcl Cos If it is purer fresh good clean grocer they arrived late missing almost tho who Is ono of our brightest pupils good Democrat ies you want dont fail to examine tho Shaving Outfits razors straps brushes substantial citizens a entiro exhibition Wo wero sorry for I and would mako a good representative It has been thought for some timo that O Lewis and niugs Sulzet s stock of T this although much pleased to see them of this iMr and Mrs Wick Moorman nro in pCTho marriage of Miss Tula Lewis of Clayton Beard has been appointed a Quito a fall in tho mercury yesterday Gabe Smith getting aplace has been work- Â¬ ing towards placo in the Harkum uir uuu mr minium o xuuumgiy Louisville this week member of tho board of town trustees sent the barefoot boy in search of foot dinsburg Jail Recent actions confirm of Daviess county was solemnized in a vice Win Beard resigned Bring your pictures to us and let us beautiful and impressive gear and tho busy house wife who had such thoughts and after duo trial lie was J C NOLTE Assignee manner at tbo frame them Sulzers Hon J C S Blackburn has been in Â¬ put in the summer grates wero forced to taken up Sunday and turned over to the Catholic church by FatherCarroll yester Â¬ Miss Brook Stephens of Holts Bottom day morning at 8 oclock Immediately vited to speak hero on the Fourth of renow tho winter ones and now fires Jailer Gabes fingers stick to things not rather than palm leaf fans aro the ruling lawfully his is tho guest of the Misses Bowmer after tho ceremony and mass the happy July at The Catholic picnic Young Tucker who had the deputy necessity Hair pin and belt buckle attached for couple left on the train for their future There wasn very pleasant party given Tho Bay View Reading Circle met at at Mr Bob Weliers Saturday night 20 cents Something new at Babbagea home taking with them the best wishes sheriffs rile in tho Hudsonville district It Mrs Ken Wathons yesterday as sent in his resignation lost week was for the younger portion of the grown House Cleaning Well we are head Â¬ of many relatives and friends An interesting meeting was tho young people Tho J B Cox is at Owensboro to day as a quarters for everything you need Sul Report of Cloverport High School delegate to tho Democratic Convention result Refreshments wero served in was not thero His best could not co zers for April Mrs Wathens characteristic hospitable and ho would to nominate Railroad Commissioner not go either- - Sucli de- Â¬ New line of ladies belt buckles as Â¬ Number girls onrolled 113 manner which added mucli to the zest of votion should bo encouraged and heres Tharo was another large crowd out at tho sorted colors at Babbages for 15 cents Number boys enrolled 81 enterprise n pen that never fails to mention such each 101 the College last Saturday night to attend Whole number pupils enrolled At Sunday School this morning Mr things 100 tho exercises of tho Literary Society For sale two work horses cheap for Average daily attendance Kendrick gave a short but timely talk to Report comes to us that Deputy Sheriff 17 Will Smith and Squire Charley Mat Â¬ tho school Mr Kendrick bears the cash or on time L II Scherer Clover Average daily absence Tucker refuses to servo as tax collector 01 tingly are at work redisricting the pub- Â¬ reputation as being Per cent of attendance port a fine Sunday School and that his resignation has been ten 10 lic roads in this Magisterial district this worker being Cicero Blaino went to Hardinsburg Number of cases tardiness Superintendent of the dered A better young man than John 10 week Number of visitors Broadway Methodist church in Louis- Â¬ yesterday From thero ho will return Tucker was never elected to anything ROLL Ol HONOR is reported that Hoben Mattingly ville a position held a number of years homo HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT and it seems that his helping to defeat as U BIUU 11UU5U Ub Mrs Washington leaves Tuesday with eood a Mrs Etta Evans went to Owensboro Third year Mabel Carson Olivia Fal utu fiUJUC l UUHU man as Rhodes certainly entitles Kirk andmovo their business to that little Logan Holm for her brothers home Monday to visit Mr and Mrs Lannlo Ion Mary Ryan Stella Mullen him to sharo tho oflico and Its rewards point at Spears Mr Helm will soon wed a Smith Second year Margaret Skillman Rosa Glendeane took ou a right good breath Suits that touch overy need plain Kansas City lady and wo aro all sorry to About forty of our people took ad Ryan Pearl Perrigo Lodosca May Bes Â¬ ing spell Imbibed a little and got frisky vantage of tho low rates to Louisville sie Jarboe Mamlo DHaven Marion practical vand stylish The price well havo little Logans stay a permanent Saturday afternoon Constablo Carwile ono We feel sorry that tbo Washing Bowmer Sudie Beverley Hovious Be youll say its right when we tell you Sunday tons are called upon to give up the made a few arrest Magistrate Lake was hen Willie Mullen Wollio Lishen J A Witt Arch Browns life was insured for 10 obtained and until half past eleven at Albert Solbrig Herbert Riedel Mr Ernest Robertson was in town bright little fellow who has been with night justice was weighing out her sen- Â¬ 000 for the benefit of his llttlo daughter First year Lena Hamman Margaret last Monday Ho says it is all a mis- Â¬ them sinco Infancy and has entwined tences Virginia The way of tho transgressor is Howard Minnie Oglesby take about his becoming a candidate for hiuiBclf into their hearts as nn own hard and while Squire Lake reminds I guarantee my machine oil to be the 1RAMMAR DEPARTMENT child the Legislature them of It they had better remember best made and the cheapest J II Sixth year Adelia Moorman Stella When a farmerjneedsa binder mower also that there is another lake that A full line of overy thing fine coffees Scherer McGavock Mary Dean Mary Lalleist or hay rake what should ho first do burnetii witli firo and brimstone Bertio McGavock Joe molasses bacon lard in fact everything Cheap choiccf and charming are our Pearl Gibson needed in a family Call and see my Decide to buy tho best and lightest Judgo Mercer was in the neighborhood spring styles of millinery Mrs II V Fallon Lae Behen draft If he will do this and will ex Â¬ Fifth year Muriel Gregory Leila stock T O Lewis legal business lost weelc He re Â¬ Duncan WHOLESALE AND HETAIL amine tho ball bearing Deering Pony on Mr Julian Brown at Harned Station Daniels Irene Jarboe Warfleld Collins mained over night with a friend talked Miss Etta Pope of Toblnsport was the Binder and Ideal Mower ho will never can furnish picnic supplies tho coming everybody to sleep and then went to guest of her cousin Mrs Henry Solbrig Ira Behen DBTJG-O-IST- S season anoso uesiring sucn goods can pass it by as they are sold by the Irv- Â¬ sleep himsolf or talked on all night We INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT last week ington Milling Company who will take Fourth year Edna Jarboe Mary call on him at Harned Station BRANDENBURG KY pleasure in showing it to you Remem Â¬ cant say which ho did for ho was up Light Brahma eggs for sale Felch Oglesby Maud Witt Katie Pearl Yeager Â¬ Mrs T D Kingston went to Louisville ber the best is tho cheapest in tho long next morning beforo any of tho housestrain 100 for 15 Mrs John Nkvitt Mary Yeager hold aud as merry as the proverbial lark last Saturday Her father Judge Barton run Irvington Ky Third year Clara Carter Lucy Dean who has been 111 for some time is no Somebody says he is endowed with per Mr Allen candidate for Representa petual youth or else ho has been rejuv Â¬ Onoseyes linger long over our hats Mattie Graham Lessie Newton Maggie uetter anu uis ueatu is expecteu at any tive passed through hero on his way to enated Its our opinion tho cause exists they are beauties and so cheap Mrs Wroe Carl Gregory Ethel Herron- hour Bowleyville Garfiold and Hardinsburg II V Duncan PRIMARY DEPARTMENT right hero at but we are under promise I have now my grocery store open accompanied by Mr Bosley aud had a not to tell Second year Annie Jarboe Harry ready to furnish the people anything in MrChas Mattingly and wife of Har long talk with Bob Jolly the result of d nshurg attended the wedding of their Beverley Rollie Fallon As reported last week Sidney Willing good fresh groceries and confection AIIIP TO US The lartrett Commission House In the South The most liberal silvan which could not be ascertained but in Moorman First year Katio Edna aries Come and sco what I have sn at this place cea and best facilities for irettlnir hi all pricts Wo sell to the eastern factories ana uto an interview with your correspondent ham is holding down things at tho depot fur 2tTfce Brown has been appointed post Â¬ Mattingly Julia Wroe ine mtaaia man pruiu isuo warenousa receipts ana siora ireu 01 cuarffe iucks proÂ¬ Ho boards in tho suburls with Mr T O Lewis nished free of charira to those who ship us We solicit shipments of everything u the Mr Jolly said tho race seemed to be Primary Grade Mamie Graham Josie w rite us ror prices duce line master at Planters Hall vico Augustlno Willie Owen Asitissome diBtanco to Something or somebody is getting in youtli against old age tills year in tho HERNDON CARTER CO Ho 313315 317 4 319 Hurrtll burl LOUISVILLE Kr Yeager Wade Witt Lewis resigned thoir work on the dogs of tho town Republican ranks and knowing his idea the home of Mr Often tho gentleman II Looan Supt J It is not what you pay it is what it Threo wero found dead on the streets is for progression no presume to say had not moved his clothes out but left pays you to buy your hats from me What the Cutworms are Doing the othor morning and dragged out to that when the timo comes he will say them in the depot Somebody relieved him of tho task by getting into the depot Mrs II V Duncan Richard Carman They cleaned up the bone yard glvo the young men a chance ono night last week and carrying all his Mr T O livnlO has gone into tho Tbo largest bottle of the best machine twenty five acrts of corn for me 4 Considerable excitement which turned li oil for only 10 cts at the Wheeler Wil Jesse Pile They cut twelve acres of f llie poultry Business on a largo scale to amusement was occasioned last Satur- Â¬ possessions away The girls aro struck on Mr Willingham and of course some Ho has upward of two hundred young eon office Cloverport corn for me day morning by a run away team be- Â¬ man is struck on his clothes Even pop Mr Hendrlck The worms havo de chickens which will be ready to go on longing to Mr Willis L It M Jolly was at Louisville Friday Hardin of Rosetta ulnrky can bo ovordone and cause trou- Â¬ thnt the and bought 2000 bushels of corn for the Btrojed twelve acres of corn and fifteen the market in about threo weeks The mules became frightened at tho ble in this great world of ours Jury W G Smart foreman O B train Grand acres of clover on my place Irvington Milling Co nnd began running when the driver Tho best laid We think Burns said Iraao Owen They have cut twenty Skillman Warfleld Hendrick Georgo T was unable to stop them so ho stood Mr Charlie Colrelland little daughter Jolly George Gilbert Henry Waggoner erect plans of men and mice aft gang ogly three aciOJ of corn and ten acres of clo-Â¬ in tho wagon and let them have a Cristee of Itussollvllle spent Sunday James V St Clair O M McGlothlan run of the ver for md following circuit Out Caro anyway tho gang happened and the witlr Mrs G W Short Dock Furrow I am feeding tho cut Frank Dellaven John T Moore Abo agly was over after tho most pains Â¬ Continue to buy your line street to First out First to Walnut The Acme brick plant started up last wormB all thev can eat I think when Gillingwater J 8 Morton taking correspondence for two weeks through Walnut to Second and down 1 fatten them they will all leave I havo week encountered two break downs and The cutworms continuo to get in their Some way he misunderstood and 7000 hills of tobacco planted Second to Caroline street again making aback m is nowlaying up for repairs ml SllCCp work And make the Numbers of farmers in this local- Â¬ never wont to tho party believing she JMBtuaniei xaui xne worms got ten tho circuit three times and wero only Have you tried our cream It is do I acres of corn and four plant beds ou my ity report that thoy will have to replant stopped then by tho Ho learned his would not bo there drlvor turning them ljcious Seud us your order for any I place mistake Sunday morning and now tho Mill Kom Tanl TIi Meal anrna rt nnrn anil aero after acre of corn that has been de suddenly into tho Scale fence No dam Â¬ amount you want City Bakery bjYemem stroyed Tobacco plants have suffered age except one plant bed on the market very tirtd pair of mules and hairs of his head will have to a Lafe Davis Ten acres of corn cut likowise and the tobacco acreage may bo a plucky drivor Mrs Susartf P Quisenberry and her We eell Salt Brick Shingles Cement Mr Hardins two bered or there will be an incorrect state largely diminished on account of the teams Done Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco two grand daughters Sudie and Clyde dowrr for me were then loaded with farming ment kept somo where Young hearts Blon Jolly Tho cutworms destioyed Hal- Â¬ Fertilizers Corn Planters Hay Rakes Wilson were la town yesterday shop Â¬ eighty acres of clover for me and about scarcity of plants implements fertilizer and binder twine take courage be ye not appalled of greatest follow seasons Wheat Drills Studebaker and Old ping all of mr corn crop In the Bewle villa sold him by the Irvington Milling Com- Â¬ lelujahs Hickory Wagons Buggies and Spring Commits Suicide There will be a strawberry Festival at district the worms have been very dt pany who seem to havo the solo trade trial generally Wagons and tho only reliable Sell Binder Tobiusport Iud next Satnrday night etructive Ditto Cleaned out 100 acres Elizadetiitqwn Kv May 20 Mrs on such goods and which they deservo W M and Mower Binder Twine etc with a May 18 Cloverport people are cordially clover for me Nancy Eudey committed suicide by from tho fact that they offer nothing but guarantee on each article M Meyer They cut myjdogs tail off throwing invited herself in front of a swiftly tho best goods which is fully guaranteed fact We sell nothing but first class goods at Corn corn chops corn hearts choice moving freight train near the L and N by the Manufactures and they also add at prices to suit times Remember the best their porsonal guarantee to same The meal cream meal wheat bran for sale section house about three miles below is the cheapest in tho long run by Henderson Homing Mills Header town She had been sick and had grown Mill Company appreciates such trade as Your inspection patronage and their olil friend Mr Hardin and all sou Ky Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow- Â¬ very despondent Night bt fore last her correspondence respectfully solicited Mr John IV Gregory escorted a party els in natural motion and cleanse husband was startled about midnight others that buy eoods purely upon tho If you need any Â¬ w J rimtt IRVINGTON HILLING CO wife getting up and going out the merits of the goods by bis el merry little girls to Louisville Sunday BMjiiy NEATS They were the guests of Mrs Hudson the system of all impurities An door saying to him as she went out thing it will pay you to call and see d TLe midnight freight them beforo purchasing elsewhere Good by Riley IRVINGTON KY while in the city absolute cure for stckheadache was coming and she got on the track and Mr Clias Moorman Pellville was ia dyspepsia sour stomach con HARNED started to meet the engine Her hue HMI BLOOD FTOEBTKR He reports heavy the city yesterday frost la bU sectioa and fears the wheat stipation and kindred diseases band ran after her but could not catch Take your produce to Julian Brown XS THK WORLD her and had to Jump from the track Just U badly damaged by it Bettet prices paid for produce at Julian do without them as the train whiaced by the lifeless body Cofflnoutided of natures great BroMBs Dobtes Coffee Economise makes your et curative kerb Successful for R P Smith Chilatburg Va of hie wife being thrown by the engine General groceries and tost twice as losg Fits any pot confectioneries at his feet 90 year In tho cure of all dltsaaes writes I dont know how I could almost Free eircular Arthur L Doble A Co Coretter held an Inqueet yes Â¬ at Julian Browns arising from impure blood Ask Qtmt Mdg Atlanta Ga do without them I have had terday montlBg the verdict being sui Buy your flour the beet at Julian for Neat and talce no other Qffici over thi Bank ef Hiniinslnri Browns at 1800 per barrel Liver disease for over twenty eidal intent The Huy your feed Ac from Julian Brown to asy baainssa in the Hm ol tferwylitg FiwNsw loot Uhm atu1 Will attend Obituary notkea of yean Am now entirely cured respect inserted at 8 aad moluUo Par Â¬ Buy your pJenlu supplies from CarKupondsmpe 1b regard la uv boundaries of Umk tying la oenta Xetfa atowynrilU to fee mA by oornsm a tmeoialty Uiw Julian Breeknrfg county solUrftid a Notary PnUta ad go pur or o im Alo kk tb nek bow Pionlen fumiehad at wholesale A ties sending In these nottees wilt please Crown FISHER LkMMlit llgsMRts oCdMtta at tint ol wrvvyiftg if partus desire it m prieW bear this In wintl Adawsw at mnltasuurg Ky ctomptrt Ky Mies Lolla Henly went to Louisville Monday qleMdeANe Jl a fmMM7y CREAM BAKING POWDER WWMI DONT LET THEM SUFFER Little Girls- - Bring your mothers and let them see our pretty line Wash Dress Goods suitable for warm weather wear See our little shoes for little Girls BoysniES- rBring your mothers and let them see what have make you comfortable during the hot weather Cool Clothing Cool Under- Â¬ wear Cool Hats Everything to make the little folks happy rLittle Â¬ getter-uji-in-clil- SULZERS Save Your Dollars By buying your Drugs Patent Medicines White Lead Linseed Â¬ kIt Oil Ready Mixed Paints Paint Brushes Varnish Pure Kentucky Whisky Meade County Apple Brandy from Nevitt Gough a specialty Prescriptions WOOL Mail orders promptly filled WOOL B V Jpemeinber 1WVS1SW1L m 8P Go Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle Feed Irvington Milling and a Flour A BEATS Twenty Years Proof BEATS t SARSAPARILLA LVVSkAVMW CHINTZ LOYALTY m Cant eoe Qgis COUNTY SUEYETOE Worlds Pair Tests tmiiffwr gct ibrL Tutts Liver Pills 1 o Hightst of all In Leavening Power It Latest M US Govt Report RROKfeNRIDQ A Bong of Fishin Long tunc hio we been wihln Fer the ilart tint bring the Aihln Dig the halt ye happy lott dljf the bull Long time have we bee u tlientntu Of the rUera atrrainln itH anin 11ial Johnny with hit itraw lmtllt llic gate One MW A DUCK QlxOVtLOfr Studying Mnnners A now ooumj of study has been in Irodnccfl in tho curriculum of tho EU uiira Feinnlo college being ufryatoin Tho council of otio study of manners ctiquetto formed in tho collcgo is mado up of representatives from nit tho col lcgo classes nnd to this council disput It looks up ed points nro submitted authorities considers weight of ovi denco pro and con and finally decldos according to tho bost standards Onco ovory fortnight a member of tho council prcsouts on original paper to bo road in tho collego chapel to tho rest of tho Boino of tho subjects thus Btudouts presented havo been Manners In Publio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 a ON ftANCH Twelve ThaaMml Year f 1 II Vi 1 v Baking PriVvl Powder A L awptra ABSOLUTELY PUBE hope is a good Invention as tho school- Â¬ This do boy said in his composition lighlful pprlng weather cant bo cornorcd WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1803 by bulls nor bears Tho flowers aro ours and so aro tho songs df tho birds and tho balmy air Tho old Perslau philosopher Even had but ono maxim to livo by If fortuno was this shall pass away good this maxim kept him from being Recoives a Quantity of Political overjoyed If it was bad it kept him from despair and so in a year or two this Litoraturo Every Day troublo about tho money will all be set tied and we will look back and wonder that wo became so excited over It In Says the Gamo tho Politicians Are tho meantime it becomes us all to bo tolerant of opinion and to havo respect Playing Is Somothing Llko to those who differ with us Thero aro He Played Bull Pon good men in all parties and good women in all the churches Whin they aro When a Boy sincere In their faith they aro entitled to our respect Then lettho yankeeB throw flowers on their soldiers graves and wo Atlanta Conttltutlon will throw flowers on ours and shako Tho poet says that misery acquaints hands and be at peace Bill Aitr so does us with BtranRO bed follows politics First thing I know I will bo Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old Bleeping three in a bod with old repub- Â¬ living at 018 Monroo street Paducah licans But I wont sleep In tho middle Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honoy Ive toted ray democratic habita too long is the best grip cure cough lung and to be smothered now under a blanket bronchial remedy that has been offered with Sibley on ono sido and Don Cam- Â¬ to tho people during her life Guaran- Â¬ eron on tho other And theres Ingalls teed and sold by Short Haynes Clover M too would bo slipping around and want port DrItIIMcMullinMcDaniels room and Mrs Lease is a silver bug Meyer Co Burns A Taylor Itoselta 1 dont know I dont want so many W E Brown A A Irvlngton Ky folks using my tooth brush If every- Â¬ Itichanlson Garfield Ky A It Morris body is going to raako a tun on silver Big Spring Ky W C Moorman Glen Co its a bad sign I am afraid wo cant re- Â¬ deane Ky P Sherron Bros form and purify tho democratic party Kirk Ky Horaco Scott Ilardinsburg taking in so many furriners eo many Ky old stags who have always been sidowip Queer Human Family Statistics ing around hunting the orthography of a little office I like tho way that old The estimated population of tho world Uucle Simon Peter Itichardson purified on January 1 1SD5 was 1500000000 his church He was telling what a glor- Â¬ Taking tho world over thero is an ious revival they had over in South Car- Â¬ average of one death and one and one olina where he had been preaching fourth births per second Only one half How man converts did you take in of all who aro born into the world live to said I Take in did you tho age of seventeen years Uncle Simon say Take in why my friend we Vital statistics prove that taking the never took in nary one but wo turned world overthere are 10 women to every seventeen out Oh it was a glorious 100 men Out of every nine sudden revival deaths reported eight of the number are Well wo are getting a big lot of litera men turo now by every mail and every bit of Tho microscopo shows that the human it is alike about ono thing it all wants body is covered with scales each Bcale an honest dollar Tho goldbugs want it covering 500 pores and so do tho silver bugs and tho bi- Â¬ Only six persons out of rnch 1000 born metallic bugs but how to get at it is the livo to be seventy five years old mid only question I nover saw so much interest one out of tho same number reaches tho manifested in any political question as century mark thero is now on tho subject of silvor and Figures by experts iu vital statistics gold It has overshadowed everything provo that not less than 1817500000 else Kven the northern press has stop Â¬ I iu man beings die on our globo each ped abusing us for a little while and century thero hasnt been a lynching in Georgia The latest anthropological statistics for a month or two The people aro too prove that in America tho daily month- Â¬ bti3y studying silver But wo will have ly and yearly number of births exceed plenty of time to settle this thing down tho deaths in the ratio of 3 to 1 Huxleys tables show that the human It will be two years and more before any change can bo made and so tho old ship body is made up of thirteen different elements of which fivo aro gases and eight must rock along ou tho billons storm or solids is predicting bet- Â¬ no storm Everybody Tho average height of man in tho ter times and say they feel it in tho air United States is five feet ten and a half and so may be by tho timoanotiicr crop inches iu England five feet nine inches in France fivo feet four inches in is made thero will bo achaugo for tho Belgium five feet six and a quarter If thero isnt tho republicans Inches St Louis Republic better wilt have to walk a plank in 1800 and For whooping cough Chamberlains tho silver party will take possession and run the machine Wo old time demo- Â¬ Cougli Remedy is excellent By using crats can afford to go slowand watch and It freely tho disease is deprived of all wait Im not going to commit myself dangerous consequences Thero is no to any new party just because it baa got danger in giving the remedy to babies 25 and Democracy is mighty as it contains nothing injurious a silver lining sick I know but it is not dead If a 50 cent bottles for sale by A It Fisher mans wile is sick it doesnt become him Cloverport Ky and Kincheoe Board to pick out another before sho is dead Ilardinsburg Ky and buried Im afrail to mix up too SIROCCO intimatoly with these republicans any Â¬ Wo cant even trust a democrat way The Hayues IIeim wedding party from nowadays and so we are between Scylla Cairo III arrived hero May 15 having and Charybdis We boys used to play stopped over at Willowdaleand Brandon a game called bull pen Two boys went burg to wile away a few hours with re- Â¬ behind a tree and juggled and then walk Â¬ latives and old friends They came by ed all around tho ring with their right way of Mt Carmol accompanied to tho hands in their bosom Ono of them had latter place by a number of friends from tho ball but wo boys in tho pen didnt Cairo know which one and so we had to watch Tom Is his same old lively self Years both and the first thing wo know while that have rolled down tho stream oi wo had an oyo ou ono the other feller time have not robbed him of his pleas Â¬ plugged us Just so wo tho people are ant smile nor marred his robuat con- Â¬ in the pen and dont know who lias got stitution His musical talent has been the ball Ive been reading a very developed until tho magical touch of his scholarly pamphlet written by Colonel fingers causes a harmony over the strings Ben Green of Dal ton on tho silver ques- Â¬ as he reels off operatic airs from his tion and it alarmed and depressed me favorite instrument tho violin more than Coins book Colonel Green He has a lucrative position with the is now nearly four score years and this Singer Manufacturing Co Cairo and is warning is like a farewell address from a loud In praises of the southern city his patriot to his people I know his gifted futuro home father General DufT Green away back His bride nee Miss Carrie Helm of in tho fifties a profound scholar and a the same city is not at all ponderous Tho son who writes this as relates to avoirdupois statesman Sho tips tho treatise has had good training from his beam at 0J lbs but you know tho ho writes now he be sweetest things aro youtii and what done up in small par- Â¬ lieves to bo true Ho is too old to prac- Â¬ cels Tom scorns to havo drawn an in- Â¬ Sincerity is tho strongest trinsic prlio In the person of his help Â¬ tice deceit inurnment of ago If Mr Greens argu Â¬ mate Though somewhat circumspect ment is founded on facts and it seems to in meeting strangers and studying their be the money kings have got not only natures it doesnt take her long to tho government by the leg but nations fathom the mysteries of tho human and kingdoms aro in their power They minds she comes it contact with and comblno to depress values when they form her opinion and when favorably wish to buy and to inflate when they impressed heramiable disposition breaks wish to sell Tho KothschlltU made what seems to some its icy bands and eight millions off of our government in a one feels a pleasure in her company and few days and we tho peoplo havo it to tho absence of a friond when she departs pay New York banks aro our dictators Quite a crowd of relatives and friends Tho treasury Sir Edmund Burxo Bald assembled at tho home of Mrs N O is the state and it is It is tho church Haynes Toms grand ma tho 6th Inst too Money rules tho world Cotton to welcome and bid tin m good by aa used to bo king just bvcauso it command- Â¬ they started on their return trip that ed money and monoy was king Is it evening going aa far as XV D Colemans humiliating to rvaliro that a man abovo Brandenburg not They loft thoro on liko Ilothscblld can sit In his office and tho up train Monday morning for W B terms to tho United States and Withers Willowdale with Mr dictate WlthoiV inako eight millions in afowdays Gov Â¬ wife who accompanied them down and stand that but Individuals left the later place Tuesday night ernment can for cant It Is the debtor class In Mils coun- Â¬ West Point where thoy took tho down now between tho upper and train on tho Newport Nows try who are Miss Val Â¬ tho nether mill stonea Tlvclr property ley for Newport to change cars for Cairo wont pay their debts at present prices But wo still lire and are out of jail Cry tkask the good Lord for Lb wercies j We still have hope of the future ami flrairer Who Sell m Fonrls I fnng lime hiMC we hren frrlin OI the iltlptcn line jest rcelln Fer the lat perch lithe healet kind of weight nut now the cane It throbbln An we tee the cork abobbln An thara Johnny with can chuck full obiltli Atlanta Conttltutlon Breckenridge News THE GREAT TEMPERANCE PE TITI0N ARP ON SILVER It Is to Do Transported to the Capitals of Europe in Chartered SteamÂ¬ A Â¬ ships Washington May 5 A remarkable series of meetings which really com menced in Washington in February last will bercsutned in London in tho week beginning June 10 The Worlds Wo- Â¬ mens Christian Temperance Union havo for sonio years been organizing a gigantic polyglot petition In fifty different lan- Â¬ guages which lias now been signed by over two million persons and with tho attentions of certain gteat societies re- Â¬ presents seven and a half million persons It asks for the prohibition of the sale of alcohol and opium by tho different civil- Â¬ ized Governments Tho petition is 1 DJ8 uhU loitgnud is mounted on over a mile of cnivni In concert with Lady Henry Somerset and Mis Wilton who presented the petition to President Cleveland last February the Rev Dr Lunn who visit- Â¬ ed Washington for the great demonstration when tho petition was launclud upon its worldH mission has chartered the steamer Berlin of tho American lino for tho conveyance of tho American contingent and for tho transport of tho peti- Â¬ tion itself which will occupy several cases Arrangi ments have already been made for 50 woman preachers and speakers to addnss the same number of audiences in Loudon on Sunday Juno 10 A most unique demonstration will take place in the Albert Hall on Tuesday Juno 18 when the polyglot petition will bo festooned around the whole of the great hall to bo presented to tho repre Â¬ sentatives of the British Government As each national contingent enters the hall it will be preceded with a largo flag of its own nation each woman carrying a small national flag and tho national anthem of the nation in question being played After tho London con- Â¬ vention is concluded tho delegates will proceed to Grindelwald where n tem perance convention is being organized by Dr Lunn to ho addressed by Lady Henry Sorni rset Mrs Josephine Butler Miss Wilhtrd and other leaders of womens- movements Iu August it is proposed to visit the northern capitals of Europe A steamer Is again bt ing char Â¬ tered to convey tho petition and tho del Â¬ egates to Christiana Stockholm Copen hagen and ft Pi tersburg In tho lato autumn the delcgntts will continue their crusade a third charter being arranged for a vtssel to carry the delegates and their polyglot p tition to various countries on tho Mediterranean littoral visit Â¬ ing NaplesRoine Athens Constantinople the Holy Laud and Egypt At a later period it is into ided to visit tho central capitals of Europe India and the coiin triis Kastnnd Australia and Africa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Some folks will think that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honor is no better than tho common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves that its tho best on earth For sale by Haynes Cloveriort Dr R Short 11 McMulliu McDaniclsM Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W E Brown Irvlngton Ky A A Richardson Garfield ARMorris Big Spring Ky W C Moorman Glendeanc Ky P Sher- Â¬ ron Bros Co Kirk Ky Horuce Scott A writer in Tho Country dentloninn give tho following sketch of his visit to r duck ranch In tho shadow of tho Ulna iiiountnlim of Pennsylvania At tho tlmo of my visit early in Septem ber thoro woronbout 4000 nearly ready for market nnd such n multltudo of pnrn whlto birds was n prolty sight Tho vnrloty grown is thn Poking thnt at matnrlty will weigh 14 to 20 pounds to tho pair Thoy havo rich yollow pkln nud orange colored bills nnd legs They boar confinement well nud it U claimed thoy may bo renrod successful ly with writer sufficient ouly for drink Ilowovcr it is found that without wa ter Iu vhiuh to wash tliomsolvos their plumage is soiled by tho mud nnd the feathers worth 40 to CO cents a pound mo Injured in nuirkot valuu Tho Peking aro prolific iu eggs lay ing from 125 to 1 CO each in tho year hut many of tho eggs nro Infertile In fact tliapropriotorsof tills ranch thought thoy did not get to cscied B0 ducks from 100 cg is Tho duck naturally or as ordinarily keut on tho farm raroly lays boforo springtime Ducks reared in tho approvqd modern style hatched iu May will begin to lay nbont tho holi days nud contluuo laying nil winter nud tills weakens their vitality Bat why is not tho ranstitntinu wcakenod nlso iu rcspoct to making rapid and great grow tli of frame Tho barnyard fowl has undergono tho samo revolution of habit and I havo found their eggs as fertiio in winter ns at any other time Is not this lack of fortuity attrihutablo rather to tho fact that thu natural habit of tho duck is not completely revoluBy naturo tionized by clomosticatlon that is tho tho duck is monogamous drako mutes with ono duck and it is probablo that in largo flocks thore aro drakes thnt will nmto each only with ono duck wliila other drakos will oaro for two or moro enoli and thus tho fertilization proves unequal and irregular Ducks at tholr best do not show thn do relopmont of tho polygamous habit to tho samo extent as barnyard fowls Tho bost authorities recommend iu brooding only fivo or six duoks4o ono drake Tho egga nro hatched in iuoubators which nro sot In operation as soon as thero is a complement of eggs to fill a machine On n well managed duok farm tho ducklings should begin to peep about tho 1st of February and tho incubators aro kept running until about tho 1st of July Tho duoks aro roared uuder artificial brooders ill their housos and in small yards and not allowed access to water for bathing until n mouth old I presumo in winter thoy nover go out of tholr yards until killed From tho timo thoy nro hntched until ready for market tho ducklings nro fed nil tho wholesome food they can digest nud at 10 weeks old tho Pokiugs bhould dress ten pounds to tho pair Of courso such weights nro obtained only by farmers who thoroughly underIt is proposed to stand tho btibincFH try to roar 20000 at lids ranch noxt year It is estimated thnt Peking ducks may bo roared to tho ago of 10 woeks for 5 cents a pound and tho prico ro eolved will probably nvorago 30 conts a pound Thu earliost bhipracnts will roal izo 80 cents n pound ur more and 18 conts is about the lowest flguro for thorn at any season Thoro is ono peculiar featuro iu tho market for choico poultry tho brooder need not consign his stock for sale and tnko tho chances of tho inarkot A class of Now York dealers nro always in search of poultry of superior quality nnd will buy it outright nt excellent prices Thcso ducks rapidly grown nro liko rapidly grown icttuco or radishes very tonder Their market was original- Â¬ ly mado on this tender fat condition without tho uso of celery to add to tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2WI mimmmmmmi Poes mjMtmiiTnm t n th Question of OH - Proper Bicycling Press Pother You fY w T Letters nnd Letter Writing Places Chaperons nnjl Their Uses and others Tiio broad question of manner cannot bo too much studied or too well When it is brought down understood to finical questions of ctiquetto which can nover bo decided for all timo in all places too much considering of them is both tircsomonnd harmful Tho kind thing is usually tho right thing It is whilo ono is hositntiug over what Mrs Gruudy has decided to bo tho right thing that tho opportunity to do tho kind thing passes San Frnnclncns Ilelle jf v- E desire to help every American woman to ride a bicycle Therefore COLUMBIA BICY- Â¬ is vcar aml arc lighter and CLES are 100 better adapted to womens needs than ever There are also light and attractive patterns for womens use in Hartford Bicycles at 80 and 60 4 W to cl c - fl 3WI Tho proper fad now for tho young woman who is anybody at nil is to part her liamo iu tho middle liko her brothers bangs so to speak This is distinct Â¬ ly do riguour Tho girt you onco called Fauitio Lowis who nt school wroto her namo Fnnuio B Lowis nnd was later on known ns Miss Frances Lowis is now Miss F Brown Lowia Pretty littlo Nollio Dawson whom you had ecarcoly becomo used to reading about in tho so- cicty columns ns Miss Holcn Dawson has becomo metamorphosed into Miss H Briuckerhoff Dawson Whoro didsho get that high Bounding middlo namo Was her mother a Briuckerhoff Not nt all Indeed ono shrewdly suspects thnt Miss Nollio christened hersolf from ono of her favorito novels Will tho fad last Probably through tho summor And what is tho girl to do who lias no partÂ¬ ing to her namo Tho general ndvico is to invent one Tho swcllcst of all they say is tho girl who when a tot at school used to wcop bitterly over her Now Daisy threo frout names Smiths visitiug card rojoiccs iu tho imposing array of Miss D Robinson John son Smith Pacific Town Talk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ am v38 if1 fi1 H Heres n Idea S gi Bicycle Costurrj Dolls 1 v Hi SS w 2f 225 m 3d 31 help solve the problem of proper cycling costume we have had prepared a set of six handsomely lithographed pa- per dolls showing designs by some of the worlds most noted makers of womens gowns The set is beauti- Â¬ ful and instructive 44 Mailed to finy address with a dainty little book on BICYCUNG FOR WOMEN for five a cent stamps Address Publishing Department To Jrfca ctfi a rtr T a 3l 3i 31 r J KnglUli fllrl Tor Canada Miss Rye a bcuovolcut lady who for oars past has supplied Canada with Pope fg Co WM Hartford Conn - 0 ALLEN j1 regular consignments of young waifs and strays who wo aro given to under stand hero grow up into mothers of great and good citizens nud thus holp maintain tho glories of tho Dominion has been compelled to advertiso for material Tho supply which tho streets and guttors of London and other cities have heretofore yielded in Tank abuudanco has apparently failed at last though this is hard to understand Possibly Miss Ryo has grown fastidious or may bo tho Canadian authorities havo bo como less complacent At any rate only Protcstaut girls will iu futuro bo allowed to assist in making Cauada and thoy must bo between tho nges of 10 and 10 and healthy But provided tho young emigrants religious doctrines bo orthodox nnd their bodies sound Miss Ryo is not overparticular Tho only other condition set fortli in tho adver tisement is that tho girls shall bo fair London Letter ly intelligent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Agent for the Columbia and Hartford Bicycles Cloverport Ky iJ sVt MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL Electropoise licv John Rodgen Danville Ay It is a mystery to me almost a miracle Rev Z iteek Caltleltihurg Ky I have used the Electropoise for fivo years and find it invaluable as a curative agent especially is it efficacious in cases of feeblo women and dolicate children Rev Robert Barrett Louisville Raptitt Seminary ENDORSE flavor Ilardinsburg Ky A Wonder of Relationship In an old Eciapbook which has been in the family of the editor of Notes for the Curiorb for twenty five or thirty years and which contains a number of clippings without date I find tho follow- Â¬ ing William Hannan who committed suicide at Tilusvlllo Pa a short tirao since did so btcamj some ono had convinced him that lie wni his own grandfather Hero is a copy of tho singular letter he left I married a widow who had a grown up daughter My father visited us often Ml iu love with my stepdaughter and married her Thus ho became my and my step Â¬ daughter became my mother because sho was my fathers wife Soon after this my wife gave birth to a son which of course was my fathers brother-in-laand my uucle for ho was tho brother of My fathers wife also my stepmother becamo tho mother of a son He was of course my brother and also my grand- Â¬ child for ho was tlio son of my daughter Accordingly my wlfij was my grand mother because she was my mothers mother I was my wifes husband and grandchild at ono and tho same time And as tho husband of a persons grand- Â¬ mother is his grandfather I was my own Was it any wonder that grandfather the poor man rid himself of such tangled relationship St ouIa Republic Â¬ Â¬ soti-iu-la1 h Tho wholcsoino food of courso changed tho quality of tho flesh and now tho supply is not equal to tho demand Thoy nro fed colcry fluely out and mixed with their food for probably n month previous to killing Thero is no distinct taste of colery on tho flosh but its union with tho natural qualities of tho flesh imparts HERNDON OARTER OO Louisville Ky a flavor that is simply dolicious littlo Electropoise cured after all other if any inferior to tho cauvnsbacks which remedies failed The Beit Bhoea feed on wild oelory 4 tor the Lewi Money jmWm Rev W 11 firuce irouitonville Ky Persons who sympathize with tho Electropoiso cured opium habit afflicted will rejoice with D E Carr of Rev Geo Meant Covington Ky 1235 Harrison street Kansas City Ho In one night the Electropoiso relieved Over One Million Ioople wear the is an old sufferer from inflammatory brain congestion and vertigo W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoes MA rheumatism but has not heretofore been All oarabpeaarn rnunllr aatlafastorr Tner giT too ceat Taiuo tor toe inoner troubled in this climato Last winter ho Toer equal custom ahoea la trie am fit BMA GEf XA 1 We could fill this papor with similar asacd iir wearing quaimea axe unai went up into Wisconsin and in conse- Â¬ Tea pnooa aro uniform ttamped on aola reports but think this sufficient to interÂ¬ JTrom 11 ta ti aaved crer nthr mate quence has had another attack It it your dealer cannot aupplj you we can x camo upon mo again very acute and est you in sending for book on the sub CordoTanFrench Electropoiso rented four severe he Baid My joints awaited and ject of health Jkaugtttroo nnraeiiea naaaaWAnaaaaaV Xaaafcfe S35Q tmirnnu months for 10 Police Show 3 sties became inflamed sore to touch or al- Â¬ and SjzBO 2 wetuogmeni most to took at Upon tho urgent WEBB DUBOIS BojlScfteelSnui request of my mother-in-laI tried 300 j zou ima uw dealer cannot tHIj fourth Avenue tioultvlllo Ky tout Chamberlains Pain Balm to reduco tho you write for catalogue swelling and ease tho pain and to my VV L Douglas ngrecablo surprise it did both I have IV ITIHii 1nTnw Brockton JHnu at F1 1 U1IH THrLaaaaaaew used three fifty cent bottles and bcliove It to bo the finest thing for rheumatism pains nnd swollings extant Fer sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kinclietoe Board Ilardinsburg Ky C M McGLOTHLAH CoUnlon Star Ky S L SULZER Cloverport The largest Commission House in tho South The most liberal advances and best facilities for gcttiog highest market prices You ask why these advantages This market lias many largo Woolen and Jeans factories Eastern mills havo buyers here through the Wool season and we being the largest receivers of Coramis ion Wool attract the buyers to our house to mako purchases Furthermore wo havo ample means to mako liberal advances to shippers which is a great advantage to parties who are shipping largely We would be pleased to correspond witli largo shippers of Wool for special arrangements We also have plenty of room to show your goods and all facilities for handling quickly Wo boliove Wool can bo handled safely this year as the markets are in Cotton better shape thero is moro confidence and trade is better than last year is not so low and there are more men employed than last year However wo would not ndviso speculation but ship often and wo will send to your addresses At least once a week during tho Wool season our Price Current with prices that you can roly on To all customers who wish to store Wool witli us wo are prepared to furnish liberal advances We issue regular Warehouse Receipts and will mako no chafgo for storage for the first six months after that timo a verv low rate will be charged all who wish to hold their Wool Parties who wish to ship us their Wool for immediate sale and this you wilt find is a very safe way to do business will be sure to lealiza the highest market price for their Wool as all Wool shipped to us is submitted to the inspection and offers of all Wool buyers and the best offer is tho one we accept It will pay vou to ship your Wool to us instead of selling it to buyers in tho country for thefS to the dealers here and thus make the profit that should go to you buyers sell it Thus by shipping to us you will avoid tho middle man and get the highest cash price You ship your Wool and we will do our duty at this end of the line will sell Wool for you at the highest market prices and mako quick cash remittances Sour f it pa s best to ship Wool in first class order so we advise you to be care- Â¬ ful in buying it and avoid burry Wool unless at reduced prices Sacks furnished freo 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 nd Â¬ viso us before shipping elsewhere See our Weekly Price Current for prices Yours truly 1 1 WOOL WOOL vy - -- - M s 2 J Mi i i Jk W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE S4360 f 9C0ISD K sWilMai S sis - S Milt 43 ami UzLA vsi y V Zm IVVrVVVVSfVVvAM Staffing fowls For Market t mmsmm SGromia Mlsa Delia Stevens of Boatou MuaH writus I havo alwave suffered from J hereditary Scrofula for which I trie various remedies and many reliablegy physicians butnoue relieved me After Sdi Ulna 0 bottles of tarn now well I am very grateful to you I feel that It aavo1 ma from Ufa of untold agony and shall talto cteasuro In speaking only wordal Lcngraishemout or stuffing has been praotiocd iu Franco for many years Bo Â¬ foro the iinprovod appliances wero in Â¬ vented tho oporatton was carried on in sovoral ways Ono of tboso onllod ou graiBseniont nux patous consisted of lnsortiug littlo cakes of dough into tho fowls month nnd foroing them down with the finger In another caso on graissemeut do lentonuair tho food in liquid form was poured into tho bird through a funnel A third raotbod still moro primitive called gnvago a la bou oho oouslstqd in tho feeders filling his mouth with tho food nnd blowing it down tho fowls throat As soou after tho hatching as they aro able to deter miuo tho sexes aro separated and whon tiioy nro 8 months old thoy nro put in tho peus of plenty Fowls thus troat cd have been known todoublo iu weight during tholr confinement iu tho pens Tholr moat is far tenderer and sweotor than that of fowls raised in the ordina ry maunor and is devoid of all nbjoo tionablo ptriugincss Â¬ In Poor MBmBEsil5 Igllllgy Vaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatl InaaaaaaaaaaatBaaaaaalaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaaataaaaaHilBaaaaHiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBlXlaW i m greatest gut health means so much more than you imagine serious and latal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures Health J O BOUKNB J W m r M HAKPKK OAMIKL BROOKS BOTTSNE HARPER BROOKS CO G4 tTIMrirn iceifkn Qblaatnon t TtrrA naly ft n j V rtAnvriTv Trrtna VUU BOURBON ivn WM ir BTrwmn LOUISVIL1 V Browns If ou are feeling out of sortiwctk and renerallr ci bave no appetite and cant work begin atoncetak Ing the most relia Â¬ ble tremthrnlnar STOCK YARDS ICY irs luuiltd neivoui i j Senn Ackermann Brewing PROPRIETORS Co t Iron Diners DyMBta Neuralgia f Materia riloeaiMi etWutea ik ji itn a comca Uelk tuoml niedlclnewhlchla J ttrowne Iron Hit- - 1 lew bui from pleaiaut to fr1 dlnMm ital and UJ jur lta take the MAIN STRRHT BREVWEXRY EXPORT BOTTLE IEER f it for Family Use u ofnralMfor the woouenui meaioinan aad Id recommcsdlng It to ail SjTreaUio on Blood 3 endSaln Ulaeaaea Ballad fne 53 Gureai COMPANY OA Children for WSWIFT SPECIFIC ATLANTA Pltchtrs Castrliu The way to cure a cough is to stop he coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey cuts loose the mucous heals the lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough in one night For sale by Short HaynesCloverport Dr R II McMul lin McDanlols M MoyerCoKnFw A Taylor Rosetta XV E Brown fry lngton Ky A A KIchardeon Garfield Ky A It JUoctU BJk Sprln Ky W Moorman Olendeane Ky 1 f 0 Slterron Bros Jc Co Kirk Ky Horace fScott llardlrburg Ky It Cures KklHevanJ Liver Troubles U TIIIUIIBNa IT 10 IB 1780 MAIN ST ay KING 8 LOUISVILLE KTfcJS i It UkM a rich mm te draw a otowkftroUy girl to draw atWtt- tie a boiM to draw a cart a mtattkbf aL L HeaT alr efcaeV WAHftft I rnattullui BJ at Nervotu iMmmts - ne wrapper All ether are ail 1 On receTut of two ac w of 1e eWaiMWW wir Mod View ad beolc free Gc aaly tbeffnuljiltliaarad Pt Womens eemptetHU r4 wM ir uSurTalbti 1 i 1 1 rleifikilfawaVfQWdjiatf as adVtftisejntiit In ha - rer fiUMAfU fcWyy WiSV mM fc il UlTtUABf UM H Foraa by OH AS rJMtBfMfiet C MARTN torwtlwtd im- Views r m s-i Vii n T J - ci qvApoar icy 4 w mZ v Jt rJfrUdtluM - j