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I1BWWWW pH1 tT ffyrffiyHM yyJT-T- TjSCTff t MM trJfJW THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIX OLOVERPOET KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1895 TO NO 44 ADVERTISING IS THE POWER THAT TUftlffS BUSINESS BLACKBURN Makes tho Groatost Speech of His Llfo at Owonsboro land and Carlisle all admit this Then why not do it Becauso somebody on tho other sldo might get scared Vile up the debts on us but dont alur n tho Englishman or Dutchman over tho water He reviewed an editorial in Tuesdays Courier Journal which lie said should bring the mantlo of shame tp every American check Tho editorial said thero would bo no more raids on the treasurys gold because tho d syndicato had agreed to stand be Â¬ hind tho treasury What have we como to he asked when Rothchtld must play wet nuwo to tho American baby and seo that its colic is attended to Ho ridiculed tho idea of international conferences of which wo have had thrco without result and said nothing would over como from one of them England as a creditor nation would never consent to the rehabilitation of silver Ho exposed the fallacy of the argu Â¬ ment that witli freo coinago of silver other nations would dump their bullion upon us Only one nation the United States has any bullion They said this when the Bland Allison bill was passed but it proved not true They tnid our gold would leave us but when that bill was repealed wo had three gold dollars to one of silver as compared with tho date of starting Tho newspapers all lie when they say this is a fight between the gold standard and silver standard The friends of sil- Â¬ ver demanded the double standard which the constitution guaranteed An afternoon paper in Owensboro had printed today an article headed Blackburn hedging on silver which he said was as near tho truth as you find in those papers He had nover swerved an iota in his devotion to free silver He commended tho Democracy of such newspapers as tho Owensboro Messenger Elizabethtown News Hopkinsvillo Kontuckian Bowling Green Democrat and others Five thousand bushels of wheat had once been the valuo of his salary as sen- Â¬ ator It was now double that Fifty thousand bushels of wheat had once been the value of tho presidents salary but it now took 100000 bushola to pay him This was of no personal eonse- quenco to him or tho president but tho fellow that grubbed that wheat out of the earth was hurt like tho devil With silver and wheat every other commodity had been ground down to ruinous prices while gold alono remained high There must be sound money for tho bondholders gold boarders brokers and baukers but no sound money for tho laborers Ho ridiculed the idea that theie was gold enough alone for redemption monoy when Kothchild owned 1000000000 of the gold of the world When silvnr goes to par again you merely give back what was stolen nway Suppose gold had been demonetized wouldnt it have fallen Christ scourged from the toinplr a bet- Â¬ tor set of men than those who had robbed the people under the guise of law Some Democrats had proved recre- Â¬ ant to their trust but should all bo con- Â¬ demned for this It was impossible to get all tiuo men in so largo a number Christ in his infinite wisdom had tried to select twelve honest men as his disci- Â¬ ples but only got ten out of the twelve Peter denied him and Judas betrayed him but tho senator was thankful that even old Judas didnt sell out for gold Thirty pieces of silver was his prico Father Abraham in his real estate tran- Â¬ sactions dealt in silver Christ when the sheriff was on his trail for taxes paid in a silver coin taken from a fishs mouth When the speaker incidentally mentioned Harvey the author of CoinB Financial School a great shout wont up from tho audience His description of the different kinds of alleged bimetalllsts was very amusing He closed with another exhortation to Democrats to courageously do their duty Democrats could not shirk Republicans will defeat us if wo do Send brave men to the State convention Send nociavens or cowards Muny hard things of Kon tuckians wero said in tho North and East but In ail his associations with East-Â¬ ern peoplo ho had yet to hear of Ken tuckians being accused of cowurdice We should declare our principles ia the State platform If wo aro for the single gold standard let us say so If wo are for freo silver lot us say eo The con- Â¬ flict is inevitable Wo must fight it out among ourselves and if the friends of silver aro vanquished they will still fight for tho ticket that is nominatedFor the preservation of tho party he pleaded for the principles it had so long advo- Â¬ cated Senator Blackburn was cheered time and again throughout his argument This Morgan-Roth-chilÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YOUR STORE APPLY IT AND WATCH RESULTS Â¬ HoSaysThero Issuo In Is But One Great tho Cam- - sketch gives but a poor idea of his mas terly speech ono of tho best lie everdo R llvered in Kentucky Calls for Gon Hardin brought that gentleman to the stand On account of the lateness of tho hour ho dtferrtd Como8 Again In A Short But making a speech until to day hut brltfiy Forcible Argument endorsed all Senator Blackburn had said and appealed to Democrats to speak out bravely their silver sentiments Gives a History of Irredeomablo P S paign And That Is Tho Currency tion Democrats Will Havo to Meot It Ques- Â¬ CONVENTION Tho Democrats of tho First Railroad Commissioners District met in convention at Owensboro last week and nomi- Â¬ nated Judgo J F Dempsey for that olflco on tho fifth ballot Tho nomination of Dunpsoy was a forgone conclusion ond the balloting was a matter of form moro than anything else as his election was Â¬ Tim Paper Money An Easy Way of Paying Debts But Doath to Trado and Industry WANTS SEVEN QUESTIONS ANSWERED SILVER MEN MUST GET IN LINE ii ir X r- I - r - The Owensboro Messenger with its usual characteristic enterprise printed tho following synopsis of Senator Black- Â¬ burns speech as well as full reports of the proceedings of the Convention Tho Messenger is an newspaper Senator Blackburn made a magnificent speech on silver at the court house last night to an imtnenso audience which cheered him to tho echo indicating how dear to tho hearts of the people is tho causo of silver It was a representative audience A largo majority of tho delegates to the convention were present many in sym Â¬ pathy with tho speaker and some who were not but all gave him tho most pro- Â¬ found attention He spoke an hour and forty five minutes and not a soul left his seat Tho senator commenced by announc- Â¬ ing that tho party had a fight before it and it must meet it He was here to dmonish Democrats of It It was not his purpose to dlctato to tho convention now in session in Owensboro He was not a citizen of this district and had no voice in its party councils but there was coming on the 25th of June a state con- Â¬ vention in Louisville in which he did have an interest in which ho would bo eligible as a delegate and he proposed to go upon the Uoor of that convention and make the fight for tho adoption of a freo silver plank in the platform He there- Â¬ fore appealed to Democrats from every county to send trusted friends of sliver to the stato couventiou to voice the sen Â¬ timents of their party upon the great is- Â¬ sue which must now be settled by this country Conditions aro now different Some hsuea have been settled and eliminated from further consideration at this time We are no longer wrangling over the tariff question After thirty years it has been settled not to our entire satisfac- Â¬ tion but settled for tho present Congress was instructed to do two things to repeal tho McKinley bill and to restoro to the people the monetary leg Â¬ islation of which they were robbed Copgress had failed to obey orders on the monetary question For tills it de- Â¬ served to be condemned and had been condemned The fight must go on for the relief the people demanded Kentucky next month fires tho first shot on tho skirmish line of the great battle of 1890 He was here the senator said to plead with nil to be wise manly and prudent and go into the fight with Â¬ out a doubt of tho result He spoke tl Republican hopes of suc- Â¬ cess in Kentucky elated as they are by Inst November successes He begged Democrats to face the truth and realize that thoy had a fight before them and that there could be no dodging the issuo that would present itself in the cam- Â¬ paign after nominations wero made He repeated that there is and will be but one great issue in the campaign the currency question When thoy toll you to keep it out of tho campaign he said I answer thoy cant do it It w ill not be ignored It wouldnt be hon- Â¬ est to try to do it If we could We havo got to meet it Wo have got to sottle it I havo faith in Kentucky manhood The vicious currency legislation of tho Republican party caused the present do pressed times but we aro asked to en Â¬ dorse tho robbery of tho people and con- Â¬ done the outrago by which it was done We aro asked to talk witli bated breath about it to handle the subject gingerly But thero are bravo Democrats who dont bolieyo in such a policy Then ho roviowed the monetary sys Â¬ tem declaring both gold and silver to bo money drafted by Thomas Jefferson ip 1702 and contiuued untilJ87V re Â¬ viewed tho crime of 1873 disputed the correctness of tho Courier Journals de Â¬ fense of that Incidont offering to prove by tho subsequent statements of Kelly Grant and Blaine that silver was surrep Â¬ titiously demonetized Ho took off tho goldbugs In very band somo style upon their pet expression honest money declaring the gold dol Jar to bo the dishonest dollar because it gives to its bolder twice as much aa it earned He declared the goldbugs half as bad as the counterfeiter because they wanted to keep 420000000 of silver dol Â¬ lars n circulation which they say are wortli only fifty cents each They dont want any more but want to keep on passing the fifty cent dollars they have He reviewed the several bond issues by the administration declaring them useless and an interest bearing mort Â¬ gage upon tho American people tbwir muscle and sweat The administration has the right to redeem its obligations in gold or silver John Sherman Oleve- e assured before the convention convened The fight however camo up over tho silver resolutions Introduced by John S Rhea of Logau Following are the resolutions The Democrats of tho First Railroad Commissioners District in con- Â¬ vention assembled recommend the fol- Â¬ lowing to tho Democracy of tho Stato First We declaro with unfaltering trust that it is a fundamental principle of tho Democratic party that tho Federal Government has no constitutional power to impose and collect tariff duties except for the purpose of revenue only Second Wo indorse the repeal of tho McKinley law and tho reduction of tariff duties accomplished by a Democratic Congress and demand that the reform thus begun shall bo vigorously carried forward until tho levy and collection of tariff taxes shall bo limited to tho actual necessities of tho government when honestly and economically administered Third Wo declaro it to be an element- Â¬ ary principlo of Democracys faith that both gold and silver coin shall constitute the primary monoy of the country that both metals shall bo receiyed for mint ago without discriminating against either and at the legal ratio that existed prior to 1873 10 to 1 and wo demand the un Â¬ restricted coinago of both gold and silver at this legal ratio and that both metals bo declared full legal tender in payment of all debts public and private Ho did this he said So that tho ques tion of resolution could bo settled or tho thlrty nino counties bo put on record as being ashamed and too cowardly to enunciate any principles The dropping rule on balloting soon disposed of Morrow and Miller Then the Dempsey men started in onascherao to kill off Richardson by throwing enough votes to Moore to drop Richardson The last voting was Dempsey 104 3 5 Richardson 08 4 4 j Moore 57 1 4 and Miller 40 1 4 Miller went out and then tho fifth ballot was taken with the following re Â¬ sult Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ky May 15 1895 Mk I have delayed aLswerlng my friend that he might havo an ample op- Â¬ portunity to answer my last article in as many articles as ho deemed necessary to meet what I said I have accused him of dishonestly quoting mo yet ho neither gives the lan guage attributed to mo nor does ho tell his readers that he placed his own lan Â¬ guage in quotations as coming from me I charged him witli coining his quota- Â¬ tions and rehashing second hand ones so as to misrepresent the views of the authors That ho might extricate him self from this charge I asked him to give tho book and tho page which ho has failed to do thus confirming tho suspicion that no such quotations aro to bo found Ho quotes from tho North British Rovlow thus Mitalic coin IlAnmNsiiuna Editor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ while acting as money is identical with Dempsey- - Richardson Mooro 101 2 3 85 2 3 88 2 3 Richardson was dropped Ollle James of Crittenden withdrew Dr Moores name and moved tho unanimous nomination of J Fletcher Demp Â¬ sey for Railroad Commissioner Adopted Â¬ amid applause Then came trouble The Chair refused to recognize Rhea but did recognize Burnett of Paducah leader of the anti silverites Pandemonium broke out The sound monoy men evidently had an agreement that the Chair hear Burnetts motion to adjourn and declaro it carried Rhea was on a table So were Ellis and Burnett and everybody that could get a table I am hero till the chair recognizes mo or until holl freezes over I1 shouted Rhea Ollie James with his big voice answer Â¬ ed the shouts and jeers by bawling at the antl ellver mon You are a set of cowards I Bill Reed of Benton iu a tremendous voico sang Question to tho tuno of tho Doxology in tones that drowned every- Â¬ thing else A voico from tho crowd asked if Chairman Moss intended to support tho nominee Tho chair did not know what Mr Rhea wanted I dont know said tho chair It may bo he wants to announce that Cleveland is dead He is dead and as dead as a herring bawled Rhea at his loudest and then tho confusion continued with everybody on chairs and tables The chair wanted to put the question Do it yelled Rhea and It will bust your convention and defeat tho nomi Â¬ nee Beat him it may the chair said but I will do what I think is right Dempsey wants to make a speech accopting some one announced Contiuued on page 0 1 1 Persons who sympathize 1235 with the aflllcted will rejoice with D E Carr of GOOD SPIRITS vmF5M or Irrltebw temper fear of Impend ing- ouaswr ana a thousand and one deranga ibbU of bodr and naiad mutt from pernicious solitary prao tl oca often Indulged In by tho young through lvnoranoe of tbolr rulnoua conse Nervous deblU auenoee lot of mnntr - follow good health wbllo low spirits BielunoboUo Impair ed memory morose remit troaTiuob unnatural habits To reach rcotalm and ttstore ouota tmfortu tuttaa to health and happiness U tbe aim of aa auootaMon of medical gentlemen who hava vrepand a trwaifea wrttfea In plota but etuste rap MHginga and twattaa of tbe name curability Tjr homo treatment of A oSprotthls useful book will on receipt of thk notkw with M oenU In stamps tor postasr be malted seoureljr In a plain DirjgM4ftY MvtJopa Address Wplai V AssqcuTioir Buftdo Uvhxu toats Bd Harrisou street Kansas City He is an old sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism but lias not heretofore been troubled in this climate Last winter he went up into Wisconsin and in conso quence has had another attack It came upon mo again very acute and severe he said My joints swellod and became inflamed soro to touch or al Â¬ most to look at Upon tho urgent request of my mother-in-laI tried Chamberlains Pain Balm to reduce tho swelling and ease tho pain and to my agreeable surprise it did both I have used threo fiity cent bottles and believe tme Dr Bronson as reported by Walker it to be the finest thing for rheumatism pains and swellings extant Fur sale by says of this money An ounco of silver A It Flaher Cldverport Ky and which in 1730 could be bought for twenty-eKincheloe k Board Hardinaburg Ky ight shillings in piper and ia 1744 -- paper money in retpect to Icing dettilule of intrinsic talue What tho North Brit tish Review did say is this Metalic money whilst acting as coin is identical with paper monoy in respect of being destitute of intrinsic valuo with this singlo difference that when it is desired to reproduce that intrinsic value tho sovereign can be Instantly turned into bullion So his authority when accurately quot Â¬ ed teaches tho very reverse of what he would havo it teach Still my friend thinks this Is honest investigation and ho does not desire to gain a victory but just wants he truth to come out In Ills article of April 17 J II A quotes a decision of tho Supremo Court but who knows whether or no the court cvor said this or any thing like it for he has failed to tell us where ho got it J II A quotes approvingly the opin- Â¬ ions of Jovon Walker Prryhnd Mac Loid Will ho accept tho definitions and functions of money as laid down by any of theso If not why accept their opinions on intrinsic valuo If their definitions and functions of money are not to bo trustod why trust their opin- Â¬ ions on intrinsic valuo I will accept either one of the four on intrinsic value if ho will accept either one on the definitions and functions of money and I will let him mako both selections Thero is no uso for mo to answer his questions again until we can agree upon what monoy and legal tender are and what tho functions of money are J II A will tako an author when he writes to suit him but when tho author says something against inconvertible pa- Â¬ per he cries out gold bug shylock J II A says that the face value of n silvor dollar is now 100 cts and the metal value is 50 cts and that according to my logic tho legal tender value is 100 cts and the exchange valuo Is 50 cts Why did not ho tako green backs their real or metal valuo is nothing while their legal tender value is 100 cts Let the government stop redeeming green- Â¬ backs and silver in gold and you will seo that the silvers exchange valuo is 50 cts and tho legal tender value 100 cts the greenbacks exchange valuo would drop much lower than silvor and the legal tender valuo would be 100 cts Why is it that J II A can not bo hon Â¬ est in his investigations Ho knows that I am talking of the standard money of tho country and he knows that it makes much difference as to its value whether or not a money is the money of final redemption I promised in this article to give an account of the history of irredeemable paper money Space compels me to bo brief J II A says iu his article of Fob 7th All this colonial money that history gives us an account ofboru the requisites of money viz Stamp and authority of Ho says of tho Pennsyl Â¬ government vania paper money that it was tho kind that tho Peoples party advocates Francis Walker Money p 304 says of the paper money of tho colonies We find here the three usual forms of paper money that issued ou landed security that based on taxes and that represent Â¬ ing the puro credit or authority of the Walker eays money p Kovornmont 311 Of all the New England colonics Connecticut managed her earlier emis- Â¬ sions with most caution and judgment So It would not in reality bo necessary to examine auy colonial money but this and if it prove a failure than it all falls This money was based on taxes and for this purpose It was given 5 per cent advantage of other money so it was thus kept at par with other money for somo Â¬ mw NOTICE I wakt Trj man and wemia la the Unltsa Stats IstsruUd la the Opium sail Whisky kikJU to bT ooa of my books on lass dl M WoUj Atlanta Us ass Addrs ftax MS aaa ess will b seat JM trsa Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla thirty two shillings cost in 1740 fifty five or sixty shillings Trado was embarras sed and tho utmost confusion prevailed No safo estimate could be mado as to tho future and credit was almost at an end This is about the history of paper money at all times and in all countries Prof Sumner History of American Currency p 0 eays No economist can hesitate how to decide this question Tho lofses occasioned by bad currency far exceed tho gains from imported com- Â¬ modities The history of tho United States from tho landing of Winthrop to to day is a reiterated proof of it Notico paper money in R I Mr Potter who wroto up It I money says as reported by Walker The emis Â¬ sions of paper monoy were generally op posed by tho mcrchantsnnd business mi n and the more intelligent part of the com- Â¬ munity They were generally advocated by tho multitude who wero Indebted and distressed in pecuniary circumstances as a measure of relief It was an easy way of paying debts Tho colony under tho complete domination of tho debtor party had continued its issues to tho almost total destruction of trade and industry We find similar results in Massachu setts Prof Sumner History American Currency p 35 says In 1700 exchange on London 135 per cent in 1841 1100 per cent Later Massachusetts redeem Â¬ ed her paper at 111 not however until trade was ruined and tho greatest dis Â¬ tress was brought upon tho people J II A said that Pennsylvania money was good Money In Pennsylvania was based on land Prof Sumner History American Currency p 30 sajs Tho basing of cur- Â¬ rency upon land was not incompatible with depreciation represented by the rise of exchange on London first to 1C0 100 and later in 1718 to 180 or 100100 I could write up all the other colonies to tho same effect We see then that tho history of American paper money furnishes us any thing but good money Let us notico other forms Walker Money page 330 says of tho continental monoy Many of the States passed stringent laws to repress the pre Â¬ mium on silver and to restrain speculators from forestalling and engrossing tho market witli a view to secure the anticipated rise of prices duo to continued inflation Public meetings wero held to denounco speculators and mob law was not infre- Â¬ quently resorted to against tho holders of goods with tho same popular applauso which had greeted tho destruction of tho stamp paper in 1705 All bucIi measures however wero powerless to keep up tho As credit of tho continental paper prices rose tho necessities of tho Govern- Â¬ ment increased Let us now seo briefly the osslgnats of France Theso were based upon tho land Francis Walker says Money p 337 If any nation could issuo paper money Franco was now that nation She was fully warned by a severo experience bIio was now a constitutional government controlled by an enlightened patriotic peoplo not as in the days of tho former issues of paper money a monarchy con- Â¬ trolled by politicians sho was able to Bocuro every franc of her monoy by mortgage on lands Walker says of this money p 341 In tho spring of 1701 no ono knew whether a pieco of paper money represent ing 100 francs would a month later havo a purchasing power of 100 francs or 00 francs or 80 or CO Tho result was that capitalists declined to embark their means in business Entorpriso received Demand for labor was a mortal blow The business still further diminished of France dwindled into a mero living from hand to mouth This stato of things too while it bore heavily against the interests of the moneyed classes was still moro ruinous to those in more moderato circumstances You may turn to the history of this in Â¬ convertible paper monoy wherever it may havo been tried and you will see tho scenes repeated as in Franco and America Nations have been trying such money for hundreds of years and if it worked successfully it would now be in uso every where Walker Money y 309 says In Spain the stato of things Is so uncertain that the relative value between paper money and metalic money can no longer bo fixed with any degree accuracy Walker says of Argentlno Republic The paper money at tho last quotation I have observed was 00 per cent dis- Â¬ count Tho In Hayti the same author says rate of exchange was authoritatively fixed at 300 paper dollars for ono of coin During tho period of Greenbacks the greatest premium of gold was 185 per cent or 285 cents in paper monoy for ono dollar in coin Prof Perry the author from whom J II A quotes eays in his elements of Political Economy There has never been a government yet of tho many which have issued irredeemable paper which had the wisdom and firmness to resist for any great length of time the strong temptation to overissue I could give many other countries which have had inconvertible pajier money to the same effect as those al Â¬ ready given I doera however what I have said sufficient to show that the business of the country can not be done on an Irredeemable paper monoy alone I desire now to ask J II A somo ques Â¬ tions and I want him to answer He has not been attempting to answer my questions First J II A gives a long article Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jfT ji 1w o6eMPCR0AY RATES ThsmojteentrallJ located Hotel In tho clt rnr J - i JOHNSON x 5 5r Jouisyille - vm Ky 00c all numbers well worth 75c Third What is a legal tender Ono lot of Mens all Wool Suits Nobby Fourth Must anything to servo as a Styles Square and Round Cut Sacks medium of exchange standard of value full length coats worth not less than storo of value or standard of deferred Come aud get you a Suit 900 payment bo a legal tender only 500 Fifth How is it that silor certificates One lot of Boys Suits two pc Goods perforin all the functions of money when 08c You wont toucli them anywhere they are not legal tenders for less than 1 50 fsixth Was thero ever any money not One lot of Boys Suits Knee Pants created by government thtough statute Sightly goods new styles only 125 law n suit Seventh Would people bo obliged to One lot of Window Shades tho kind you do without money If all statute laws repay other houses 40c If you need any specting money were repealed buy of us 25c Let J II A answer these seven quel Curtain poles witli fixtures etc only R P S tions 19c One lot of Wash Silks nice quality neat That tired feeling loss of appetite and patterns they will please you Seo hervous prostration aro driven away by them only 50c a yard Hood s barsaparilln which makes pure Wo solicit your patronage and will blood convince you that it will bo to your ad vantago to trado witli us factory ono Â¬ I have nover against Intrinsic value used Intrinsic value in the senso in which ho uses it and therefore his argument is not against me but some imaginary person I knew that tho word intrinsic was objectionable and hence I have explained several times that I use tho word in the sense of commercial value or metal value Now I wish to ask if J II A will contend that money has no commercial or metal value and does not need any and do the authors so teach Answer both questions Second J II A says lie has proved that all monoy Is fiat He says that the gold dollar with the stamp Is worth 100 cents and the bullion in a gold dollar is wortli 100 cents Will ho tell us how much value if any tho fiat of the government adds to the gold dollar This is tho third time I have asked this question and he lias been as dumb as an oyster on tho subject He does not give any answer not even an unsatis- Â¬ Â¬ BARGAINS Geo Yeakel Go Hoosier Cotton 3Jc a yard A Good Check Cotton worth 0c only 4c tho yard lot of Dark Prints and the best brands 4c 23 ps of Apron Giughams asat checks only 5c a yard other houses ask 7c 12 p8 colored Lawns goods wero sold 121c to make them move quick at only 7Jc a yard 50 pair of Lace Curtains rich patterns 50c per pair worth twice the money 28 pair of Lace Curtains SI per pair can not bo duplicated anywhere for than 200 Nelson Seamless Socks 5c pair Fancy Silk Suspenders good one only One 0 15c 10 doz B I Corsets HES A HIGH ROLLER Young Lord Hope Almost Krnrliv the Hpi niltlirirt Krcoril Lord Francis Pcllinin Clinton Hope brother of thu Duke of Nowcnstlo and Â¬ Highest Market Price for Wool The Great Bargain Store heir presumptive to tho dukedom mar ried tho other day Miss May Yoho tho young netrcw mid this week ho has been spending n part of his honeymoon iu tho frowsy uuroinitiitia precincts of tho baukrnptcy court Tho proceedings showed that ha badly needs somo ono to look nfter him mid ho ought to bo thankful ho Ihih now got n clover youug BRANDENBURG KY woman as a wife who will bo nblo to keop him out of tho hands of tho Jews if anybody can which nppears to bo doubtful This interesting young aristo- ONLY CENTS crat camo of ago in 1887 nnd during tho past sovon years although ho en joyed an iiicomoof 85000 ho has man A Book aged to accuiuulato debts to tho nmouut of nearly 3250000 Thin is considered a very flue perform ance of which nny Dritish uoblomau might bo proud and which gets within mcasurablo distmico of tho record estab lished by that fumouti rnko and gambler tho Marquis of Hastings moro than n generation ago At first sight it would It is a book for everybody who de- Â¬ appear easy oven for a young unmarried mau bom in tho purplo to livo witli n sires to know the facts about fiance fair amount of comfort upon 85000 a and currency year Iu fact Lord Hope declares that ho kept well within his iucomoas far as IK VOU WANT TO KNOW regards actual personal living oxpoiibos All About Gold but ho says ha wns handicapped nt tho start with tho payment of 215000 suc cession duty and during tho soven years ho incurred 22030 liabilities on bohulf IK YOU WANT TO KNOW of othors and paid nonrly 80000 inter All About Silver est to mouoy lenders Theso figures aro couslderod quito croditnblo to tho young lord and ho would havo passed out of tho bankruptcy IK YOU WANT TO KNOW court ns n model young man without n All About Currency stain upon olthor his moral or his busi ness character had the official registrar ILE3A3D boon content to inquire no further but ho having no particular rovorouce for IK YOU WANT TO KNOW tho dnkos brother had tho bad tasto to What Causes the drag into tho light of day betting and gambling debts to tho oxtont of 300 Hard Times 000 for tho seven years and dobts incurred iu theatrical speculations to tho AID 120000 two items which tuno of pretty woll indioato tho ronl causes of his lordships troubles Ho might havo It is n book for tho people and will pleaded that his theatrical losses if givo them more correct information a baud heavy had at Ioast brought htm stao cFvr wife bul us did no d eo absut and his affairs stand adjournod for fur ther tiiTcstigatlon London Letter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GEO YEAKEL CO Remarkable Â¬ Â¬ COINS Financial School Â¬ KEA3D IT IT Â¬ KBJLJD Â¬ IT IT Â¬ I2E Â¬ Health Insur- Â¬ ance is as necessary as life Gold Silver d Currency Than will be found in nny book on insur- Â¬ political economy It is so plain and simple that any one can easily understand it It is a book for the business inn each ance It means reasonable oare and occasionally a little medicine--no- t much A Rl pans Tabule most cases is enough the professional man the farmer the in andin thelaboringofman of It was writ ton interest them Whether Republican should read it nit SUIIK YOU TO CAM OK Illpani Tabules msjr be obtained through your ncarcat druggist Price jo cents a box Democrat or Populist every man who votes SKNt FOIt IT IT WII4 POSTPAID PENNYROYAL For sale by OHAS C MARTIN PrastUtlSrsggitt 9f EOFWEsm Only 25 Cents COST teooof AtoU MikwiMuUsL Aiifdflo monthly modlctna for UJU to t Mtotv j4 mpiUt tb miaiN prottufing ir attuiuj ai muiu bariffc Vo uhti or pjluoa i brusuh Now ueu vj grtr wuw uuji uitMUBSii wlllaMsUTtU lbTlraials a tfcurt ortfsvusv buy of your drufriat Mi our wukin ooly tho WAFERS wi4 Jno D Bibbige CIOVXRPORT KY CLOVERPORTj KY - vtci7pns lBi B THE BRHOKHNRIDQE Breckenridge Jno D V NEXWS OOVRRFOHT KY to free coinage and In support of the sen Â¬ ate substitute fur a frco coinage bill as can bo seen by anyone who will take tho Iroublo to rend it Certain sentences in which I denounced in strong language tho Rltempt to destroy silver as a mon- Â¬ ey meta have been separated from their context and quoted again and again in congress on tho stump and in newspa pers by men who nevor read tho speech and who appear wholly incapable of un Â¬ derstanding tho difference between the total disuso of that metal as money and its free and unlimited colnago at tho public expense for the benefit of private in- Â¬ dividuals and corporations I have a copy of the speech hero but will not de Â¬ tain you by reading extracts from it to show what my position was because any gentleman who desires to do bo can find it in full in the appendix to tlio con- Â¬ gressional record for tho second session of the Forly fith congress Some of the opinions then expressed have been mod Â¬ ified and some of them have bem changed altogether by subsequent events and by a more thorough Investigation of the subjects to which they related but on the question of freo coinage my con- Â¬ victions have never been shaken for a moment Â¬ Â¬ News 1805 0 BatUg Editors and ProptUtfi WEDNESDAY MAY 22 BaDiorlptlon Frlc SI 00 Tear la Advance If Paid at the End of the Ttat 125 SIX PAGES Skcretaiiy Carlisles explanation dont explain Ills great crlmo speech was only in fun Tub Dumping Ground Theory is fully exploded In an articlo in another column from the Glasgow Times Mn Carlisle Is standing for Mr Cleve Â¬ land the Hothchllds Wall sreet and the goldbugs Ho has lost sight of the peoÂ¬ ple entirely is no dodging the question now Its silver or gold You are on ono side or the other TaPo your stand cither for or against There The Populists of Hancock county have nominated Joe L Grcathouso for the Legislature and Lester T Brown of Fellvilie for Circuit Clerk Heres our compliments to Little Dickey Brashear who was elected last week Mayor of Gas City Ind defeating his Republican opponent by n handsomo majority The goldbug papers are trying mighty hard to creato an impression that times are improving but strikes and business failures are still going on at the same old rate Tiik actions ot tho Democratio Con- Â¬ vention at Owensboro Inst week seems to have stirred up not only the goldbug but the silver men as well The bI I ver Â¬ meil are talking the gold men are talk ing and cvcrybodystnlkingou the money question The Owensboro convention struck tho key note of tho situation and dared to do what no other Democratic convention in this state has ever done doclarcd its principles and go beforo tho country on its convictions Brave men and true men wero tbero to battle for tho right They said that both gold and Bllver coin shall constitute the primary mouoy of tho country that both shall bo admitted to the mints on equal terms and mado a legal tender for all debts public and private Is there any wrong about this Did they commit a great wrong against the Government Aro wo not a free people And hnvo wo not a right to speak out on questions that involve the wclfaro of the wholo people Honest men brave men true men men who had the Interest of the wholo people their prosperity their freedom their all at heart were in that convention and wero just as far from being repudiationists inflationists wreckers knaves fools as Mr Cleveland Mr Carlisle or any other goldbug We hurl back tho charge and call on the people those in favor of an honest dollar of both gold and silver to stand by the actions of Silver men do your that convention duty stand by your colors and put none but bravo men to the front Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CARLISLE Opens tho Monoy Campaign For Sound at His Kentucky Homo Ho Says that Froo Silver Is Delusion and Denios that It HAS EVER BEEN DEMONETIZED His Change of Hoart Comos From And Undor a Fiftoon Years Experienco Conditions Entirely Changed Since 1878 Tho Groat Leader Has Spokon Now Yo Sixteen-to-on- o Lunatics Take to Whats the reason the goldbugs dont try to corner water 7 They cant There Miss Lillian Greenwood was ill several is too much of it They corner money days last week because there is a scarcity of it They requires constitutional treatment Halls R S Carter was in Louisville last week never tackle a thing thats plentiful Â¬ Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Berry He started at once into his with some stock Miss Bertha Hawkins gavo a birthday Indiana Democrats have settled on Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is tho only speech and was frequently interrupted party Friday night John G Slianklin for Governor and will constitutional cure on the market It is by applause Mr Carlisle said to night he had no Miss Lula Tate returned to her home send a solid delegation to the National taken internally in doses from 10 drops at Toblnsport last Sunday convention favoring Gov Matthews for to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tho idea of speaking anywhere save at tho four places aihcrtised Miss Susie Blaln attended the Polk President The fight to be made on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Mr Carlisle at tho outset announced They oiler ono hundred dollars for any Cox nuptials last Sunday issue of free coinage of silver at 10 to 1 case it fails to cure Send for circulars that ho wa3 not a candidate for any The work on L D Addisons btlck olilce in the gift of the people or their storehouse beian last week Wheats going up hut who does it and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O representatives He then launched into benefit tA j Not the farmer or the grower Most all garden stuff was killed or a discussion of the panic and its causes of it The monopolists gets the benefit 8Sf Sold by Druggists 75c badly damaged by tho frost Wednesday attributing it to tho attempted inflation Just as soon as the farmer gets a little in night Democratic State Convention of the currency in Argentina and its his hands the price will go down Watch Cut worms nro still placing havoc with Following is tho call for the Democrat Â¬ ellect on European banking institu- Â¬ the price when the new crop comes in eve ythlng green that grows from the ic State convention tions Ho charged tho Itepublican ground Resolved that on June 15 there bo party with mismanaging the finances of The entire income tax law has been LMiss Maxie Bandy of Cloverport declared unconstitutional by the Su held at each voting precinct at tho reg this country during tho four years of spent Friday night with Misses Allie premo Court of the United States The ular voting place in eacli county and leg- Harrisons administration tho squander Â¬ and Lillian Greenwood Court stood five to four on the vital islative district a convention of the voters ing of the surplus the increase of taxaMissis Minnie Boultinghouse and 2 Mary Weatherholt went to Tobinspoit questions involved About 80000 al- thereof at oclock p in to select del tion nnd depletion of revenue nnd piling said kTai t TYjTyyV TH ny TfFVJfW ryrjCyr JOy jf yr mv fn LYM liYJtTLTOtytTrMgvjir W m y a ra f egates to a county or legislative dihtrict up more fixed t xpeuditures Tho You have been detained tco long al Â¬ last week to pick strawberries ready collected will have to bo refunded convention to be held at the county stat Sherman law wa3 one of the evils ho ready but in view of tho determination arion Polk and Miss Annie Cox John Ithca standing like a stone wall except that in countiea or cities composed complained of b ing directly responsible exhibited in some quarters to criticise ere quietly married at tlio homo of the in that Owensboro conventions as great of more thnn ono legislative district the for tho draining of guld from the treasury my personal record upon this question brides parents Mr and Mrs Chas Cox a man to day as John G Carlisle The delegates shall meet at some place to be Ho said ho nua sure impartial history rather than answer my arguments I near this place Sunday i veuing May 12 one stands for tho whole people while designated by tho respective legislative would place the blame where it properly think my old friends here at my own at 5 oclock Wo wish them a long and lie defended the legality and home have a right to expect at least a happy life the other stands for Wall street and the committees on Monday June 17 at 2 belongs oclock p in and at said county and dis- Â¬ justice of tli is administrations acts in brief reference to that tuiject money power as against the people It is The prospect for a large fruit crop is trict conventions delegates shall beclios maintaining the governments credit There will be a Picnic on the proper in the first place to Bay that my not so flattering as wo reported some few The question with us since Jen Iluckncr has en to represent said counties and said Ho then launched directly iuto tho opposition to free coinago is not dictated weeks ago There will not be more isiueil hit views on currency Is how the Ilreck legislative districts in a State convention currency itsue He denied that the act by any prejudice against tho use of sil- Â¬ than half a crop of apples and unlets enriilgc News can advocate him for Senator and to bo held on Tuesday Juue 25 at 12 of February 12 187 which maih the ver as tho standard of value merely be- Â¬ they stop falling off Boon will be an en- Â¬ free silver favor Which will you drop Ilro oclock gold dollar the unit of value and dropped cause it is silver nor by any preference tire failure llabhagc i Meade News Borne of tho large orchards The basis of representation on the the silver dollar from tho coinage was for tho use of gold as Drop the General Drop any man the standard mere- Â¬ being now almost barren Do not get who is not in favor of free silver and the part of eacli precinct to said county and passed by stealth or that tho purpose or ly because it is gold for if tho condi Â¬ discouraged farmers but try try again At the usual place at legislative districts shall bo ono delegate effect was to deprive tho people of the tions now existing were reversed if sil- Â¬ general prosperity of all tho people The cut worms and frosty nights will for every 200 votes and each fraction use of any coin then in use or then iu ver was our standard of value and gold soon be things of the past then your If the young man Allen and tho over 100 votes for the Democratic elect- Â¬ existence in this country That act was was depreciated in value as silver now crops will howl in the face of the good For the benefit of a new church discussed for three years before its adop- Â¬ is I would bo as much opposed to a times that are coming old man Wilson had injected a little ors at tho Presidential election in 1802 after while when He will money talk into their speeches at Har provided however that such counties as tion and rceoguiz d silver in the crea- Â¬ change from silver to gold as I am now you reap the bountiful harvest that will Everybody is invited A fine speaker will be secured for the occasion dinsburg Monday they would have made cast 100 votes or lees for said electors tion of the trade dollar only as subsidia to a change from gold to silver Tho fill your pockets to overflowing with the not make a political harangue but will speak on questions of importance to eery ry coin There will bo a better impression on their hearers shall bo entitled to one delegate preservation of the existing momtary good free silver we aro lo have bye and citizen and will say things that every patriotic citizen should hear good music and a fine dinner Tho first ooinngo law adopted in 1792 unit and measure of value upon which bye Make your arrangements to go as it will bo a grand They left the question Beverly alone SUIIIEMENTAI RULES ADOPTED II V THE provided for full legal tender gold and tlio contracts of the peoplo have been day for all but they will have to speak out on it be Â¬ THE COMMITTEE STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Boston Women Withdrew to Weep silver coins at a ratio of 15 to 1 but it mado and tho wages of labor havo been fore the canvass Is closed MARCH 30 1895 It is n tribnto to Mr Irviugs gouius The rules heretofore adopted by the soon became evident that this was not adjusted is the vital thing involved In Bucklens Arnica Salve A man paid us a 1 for tho News last State Executivo tlio conect ratio as the people would not this controversy for if tho standard is that when ho acted Tho Story of WaCommittee in so far as terloo tho othor day so groat was the The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts Monday That dollar paid fivo dollars they apply to holdiug precinct meetings tako 15 pounds of silver for 1 pound of preserved overybody is willing to use emotion that men wept and women Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRheumFever worth of debts So with every other on June 15 1895 are amended as follows gold In May 1805 President Jefferson and will use every available form of cur fainted Wo recall ono porformanco of Sores TetterChapped HandsChllblains HARDINSBURG KY dollar paid the working man The kind viz stopped the coinage of the silver dollat rency tliatcan be kept equal to it in Mr Irving during his first visit to this Will practice in all the Courts in the Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos- Â¬ of money wo want is a money that circu- Â¬ The voters now residing within the and for III years thereafter not a single valuo As long as there appeared to be country whon fuewns playing Charles itively cures Piles or no pay required County and surrounding District lates here at home that keeps moving bounderies of the several voting precincts silver dollar was coined at tlio mints of reasonable ground for tho hope that sil- I that tliosamo thing happened In the It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ that pays debts and makes us prosperous as they were fixed and located ot the tlio United States In 1831 congress ver could be raised to a parity of value Boston thoatcr So bitterly did some Administrators Notice Indebted to women wonp and happy not a few of us but tho wholo November election field In 1892 will as changed tho ratio to 11 to 1 In order to with gold at tho ratio of 10 to 1 by they withdrew to tho faction or money refunded Price 25 E All pcrton deceaied will the etlate of Janie Wheeler pleate come forward the dressing roomthat tho theater of and had cents per box For sale by A R Fisher and settle Those holding claims against tho people Tho silver dollar does that semble at the places at which tho elect- Â¬ bring gold back into circulation In separate action of the United States I hysterics same are requested to present them properly all by themselves which shows 1853 congrf i reduced the weight of tho was willing to make proven tor payment ion was held In said precinct in Novem the experiment but how much aouuiue feeling had been ox To Whom it May Concern n 11 riERCK Administrator A iAitaE amount of local matter and ber 1895 and select delegates as hereto- Â¬ metal in subsidiary coins to maintain I was never willing to make it by legis- Â¬ cited by that groat nnd doleful interpre The County Teachers Examination correspondence crowded gut of this issue fore directed Change made in precinct their circulation This brought the lation providing for the tree and unlim- Â¬ tation of a king Boston Herald for white teachers will be held at Har-Â¬ to give Bpace to a report of Mr Carlisles lines since tho November election 189J matter up to 1873 Our legal position ited coinage of Bllver at that or any other dinsburg on Friday and Saturday Juno ATTORNEY great speech on the money question by the creation of new precincts AT LAW Warden Evans Doable was bimetallic but our actual measure ratio Tho only speech I ever made in or tho Everybodys interested in what ho has to alteration of old ones will bo ignored hi of valuo was gold and our actual circu- congress on this subj ct was delivered in A purso of gold had boon presented to 7th and 8th and for colored teachers on CLOVERPORT KY say on that subject Whether it suits holding theso precinct meetings lating medium was paper with a pur Â¬ the house of representatives more than a warden upon his rotiremont aftor 40 Friday and Saturday June 14th and 15th Office with David R Murray East end of years service from Birmingham jaiL The examination will begin at 0 oclock Iron Bridge our views or not wo print it Tho News By order of tho State Executivo Com chasing power measured by tho gold soventeen years ago at a time wheu tho Ho thoroughly deserves it if as it is a m Each applicant will please bo on is a newspaper so far as its facilities go mittee standard valuo of the bullion contained in a gold statod ho was tho original of the Ward Barnes Kincheloo hand and bring their stationery so there to make it 1873 it villi determined to restore dollar and I together with many It Isnt often that wo lot In other en Evans in Never Too Lato to shall be no confusion Owens Fink Mixture anything come in tho way of loca news the standard silver dollar to the coinage opponents of free coinage believing that Mond It is now the fashion to Ignoro ATTORNEYS AT LAWi Very Respectfully hut this is an excoption and wo believe Is the only medicino prepared especially and to circulation with full legal tender a restoration of silver to our mints would Roados wonderful romance Tho scones Hardinsburg Ky Andrew Dwskell Supt of more importance just now for Teething Children and Summer qualities not by opening tho mints to Its bring it to a parity with gold supported in the jail aro somowhat too torrible Complaint An old doctors famous free and unlimited coinage as is now a measure providing for the limited coin none tho less so that thoy wero taken Office on Main street next door Goal Reduced Guaranteed as represented or proposed but by providing for tho pur ago of silvor dollars on government ac from real life and wero the causo of The goldbugs say if free coinage of sil- remedy north of postoffice The Celebrated Falcon Coal delivered ver at 10 to 1 is made the law of thlsland money cheerfully refunded 25 and 60 chaso and coinage of not more than four count not on the account of private in quito n tumult in tho thoeter at which undor thotitlo of Gold the story was screened lump 7Jc per bushel by the load Administrators Notice all our bonds mortgages etc held by cent sizes Sold by druggists and dealers million nor less than two milliondollars dividuals and corporations as is now pro- Â¬ dramatized All persons havlngclalma and Philadelphia Press thirty bushels or uiore Nut coal thirty the estate of Judge J A Murrayaccounts against Europe will be sent back at onco and generally Write to day for book free worth of silver bullion eacli month by posed Fifteen years experience how deceased are requested to file the same with me In due form bushels or more Oc per bushel payment demanded Well supposo if you will mention tho News we will the government Itself Under this act ever demonstrated that those of us who Dean Ilobblng the Farmer accordingly to law And all persons Indebted R B Pierce to said estate are requested to come forward and they wero can we pay thorn Wo owe send a 25 cent teething ring Free ad and the so called Sherman act and tho believed in 1878 that a larger use of sil- Â¬ Thrco bears belonging to a band of sejtle or adjust said Indebtedness After the act for the n coinage of the trado dollars ver by the United StaUs would encbance Italian rovers nro at lurgo iu tho north appraisement of the personalty due notice will F V Floyd Co Wanted Female Help it is said forty thousand millions of dol- dress be given of the day ol sale ern part of this county nnd great exolto lars Tho total valuo of everything in to Owensboro Ky there have been coined at tho mints of its price or value were mistaken 1 Professional nurse or married lady U NEWSOM Administrator In- Â¬ tho United States and put into circula- Â¬ stead of Increasing the prico of silver it mout prevails among tho farmers as last introduce to mothers famous teething tho United States is computed at twenty night considerable damage was done by and 70 siutiir- - Jvrpiina Ujn tion JuilngS9ventcen years 397052873 continued to fall with greater rapidity four thousand millions so if wo aro forc Â¬ bowel remedy write Floyd Co Significance of tlio Movement the benrs eutorlng barnyards and feast pu IWIUDIM q uj ioiou ed to pay wo would be broko twice over Tho romarkablo growth in recent In full legal tender silver dollars as than before notwithstanding all tho ef Â¬ ing on pigs poultry eta Tho bears It Owensboro Ky eirw ou jipuu j auu MvuajniTiijij nrn Fa 030000 coined during tho forts made by our government to uphold seems got unruly and tho Italians could JM PIM And Jyet the goldbugs want us to pay years of tho young peoples socioties in against - U ImIIIM a J v FOB SALE mWS UJJ04 si pile nJUIuiulSasitoA UI Jq3U this in a metal which Is so appreciated tho various Christian denominations is whole provious oxistence of the govern it until now the bullion coutalned in a do nothing with them tho rosult being Two frtib mlleh cowi for sale one of tbea jnnMjiriiiiJI4M Musjq n that it would take eighty millions to pay often commented upon No such thing ment a period of eighty nine years He silver dollar is worth only about half as thoir escape Thoy nro Bald to bo iu the apply to ISHI-d- pvsu has over beforo been witnessed in tho denied that silver had been demonetized much as the bullion Sandusky O Dispatch a Jeney Jfor Information Illedel Holt Ky our debts coutalned in a gold Lowry woods Ohai I history of tho church Coming as it UainaoaojH-ailo-uiiiintHiiivoFree colnago of silver at the ratio of 10 dollar The conditions have entirely th Tbl Year Comet THE Skcrctarv Carlisle will speak at Cov- Â¬ does at tho closo of tho nineteenth cen- to 1 he said means that the owner of changed since 1878 and I do not under tury it promises to powerfully affeot Tho only periodic comets duo this ington Monday May 20th Bowling Old TURNING tho lifo of tho church aud world in tlio bullion may have it coined at the public stand that even our free coinage friends year are Euakos and Brorens and both Green Saturday May 25 and at Louis Â¬ opening years of tho eocoud millennium epxense into dollars each containing In Kentucky or elsewhere now contend aro unfurtunatoly so faint as to bo of POINT ville Tuesday May 28 Tho Secretary of Christianity Tho beginning of this 11 1 grains of standard silver tho dollars that any legislation by this country alone littlo interest to unprofessional observ Has been Established 38 years Treats tunle or fe Is coming to Kentucky to attack the century was characterized by atheistical when coined to bo delivered to the owner could place silver on a parity with gold ers who do not own telescopes Brorseus reachedwhen Bialn murrUd or single in ease of ex Â¬ views of Representative Carlisle In which tondcuolcs in litcraturo and immoral of the bullion and all the people of tho at a ratio of 10 to 1 On comot will arrive iu tho summer It has you begin to posure nouses exoeaaea or Improprieties tho contrary UKILLOUARANTKHn llonrd am apart yenrr and was lost visi a period of tho latter said in a speech mado in 1878 practices in society Very few students United States to be compelled by law to thoy insist that tho free and have JPolfUa unlimited ble in 1800 6Jtf lunula furnished when desired Quetlou in tho schools and colleges wero Chris- receive them as dollars iu the payment coinage of on the silver question that The con Â¬ tkn of the Illunk nnd liook free Coll or write silver at that ratio would give tians oven in profession Tho prominent of debts although JItart difli spiracy which seems to have been form Â¬ not intrinsically me poopie cneap money ana 1 agree Wisdom of Childhood C U It y 1 ll ed here and in Europe to destroy by peculiarity of young lifo in our laud to worth more than fifty cents each The with them that It would have that effect A little trtathing day is its earn en t pursuit of high ideals girl while her legislation and otherwise from three iu art llteraturo politics and religion 25 8 10 grains of standard gold contained but it would not be cheap money if Your blood it motuor was trying to get nor to sloop U impure uovenths to one half of tho metallic Pioty lias replaced apathy and open hos In a gold dollar is worth 100 cents tho were equal in valuo to gold The speech bocarno interested iu some noise She you need a money of the world Is the most gigantic tility world over hut 413 grains of silver are made by me on the occasion referred to was told that it was caused by a crlckot BUCK EYE turning ttvr whon she sagely observed i I crimo of this or any other age Tho connot worth anywhere moro than fifty has been garbled and twisted and per Â¬ Progress Mamma I think he ought to be summation of such a schemo would ulti Â¬ Tho growth of tho Lcaguo is steady cents In the United States 10 pounds verted in and out of congress during the Pearsons Weekly TO mately entail moro misery upon the and hoalthy On tho 1st of November of silver coined into dollars will now past two years with a malicious ingenuity oiled human raco than all the wars pestilences last 13600 chapters had been chartered purchase as much as 1 pound of gold which has scarcely over been equaled in ROYAL Baking Powder CURES HOTHIHG BUT PllESj and famines that ever occurred In the and 3000 junior chapters with a total coins but this would not be tho case un Â¬ the discussion of a public question and all la havtalag A SUrtC and CERTAIN OUR history of tho world It will be inter membership of 1000000 der a system of froo and unlimited coin Â¬ yet no one has ever offered to make the up and It will Known for IV year at th atlagtk V 8 krmmt Rfrt person ofset yon Far Mr by aak a mw esting to Kentuckians generally to direct assertion that it coutalned a single yo No indulgence of passion destroys tho age on individual account iBEST REMEDY fcr PILES 15 A NTKD GtBtjeman or lady to tell Deelei know how the Secretary reconciles his spiritual nature so much as respoctuble He said lie did not propose a ckwge in word in favor of the free coinage of di- Â¬ jobm McaaomKen CRT ij Aluminum Mo third Ike e aau fitArtlHir AR FISHER Bmtttat MIA MY AII MKVIsrS Mia intUUMirn ni Hfatlflnril nf vain position then and now nnnr ver It waa In fact made In opposition ceRse Dot t Qcorgo Macdouald solflihiiosa ot L DaWe Co Grant Rulldlag AtUaU 6 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There is more Catarth in this section of tho country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to he incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local rem- Â¬ edies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it in- Â¬ curable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore Tho Woods and Quit Your Howling Covington Ky May 20 Secretary Carlisle spoke to an immense audience tonight Central garden was packed and then nine tenths of the crowd was on tho outside After a long parade Mr Carlisle proceeded to tlio garden where he was introduced by Congressman existing nor did ho proposo to discon- Â¬ tinue tho use of silver as money Ho disclaimed any unfriendliness to silver but ho knew the only way to Bccuro the use of both metals at the same tlino was to mako ono of them the standard of val- Â¬ ue and so limit the coinage of the other that the government which issues them and receives them for public dues may bo able at all times lo maintain their ex Â¬ changeability cither directly or indi Â¬ rectly though the operation of Its financial system He tlrerefore favored tho preservation of the existing standard of value w Ith such use of full legal tender silver coins and paper convertible into coin on demand as ran bo maintained without imparlng or endangering the credit of the government or diminishing the purchasing or debt pa ing power of the money in tho hands of the people This he explained 1b what is meant by the terms sound money Free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 would at onco establish silver monometallism for the coins of the over- Â¬ valued metal would ultimately drive the coins of the other out of circulation and out of the country even when tlio legal ratio varies but a small fraction from tho commercial ratio but the ex- Â¬ pulsion of the undervalued coin would be instantaneous when its value is really double the valuo of tho other It would immediately drive the 525000000 of gold out of circulation This would be a contraction and thus it would destroy the argument that the debt par ing power of money would be increased It would creato a panic the witlid awal of de Â¬ posits the settlements of debts and cause a contraction just when a greater volume of currency would be needed Only the holders of gold the owners of silver mines tho holders of silver bullion and tho brokers and speculators in the stocks of silver mining companies would be benefitted The advocates of the free coinage propose a sudden and revolu- Â¬ tionary change in the standard upon which all existing contracts are based and by which all values are mea ured and let the consequence take care of themselves Ho said that the argument that free colnago would make a permanent in crease of prices was n delusion At best It would be only temporary and would be hurtful to tho laborer and tho great consuming public If prices have fallen since 1873 the decline has taken place in srito of tho fact that our full lo gal tender metallic money has increased until it now amounts to moro than seven times as much as it did in that date and consequently the alleged decline in prices must be attributed to some other causo than tho demonetizttiou of silver Concluding his speech Mr Carlisle gjHggraBifflialiSSH Something to Eat and where to find it ri Vests Our Is the place Grocery Department was never so com- Â¬ plete arid prices nev- er so low Give us your orders and we will give you pure Groceries at surprisingly low prices Â¬ Some folks will think that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is no better than the common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves that its the best on earth For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr R H McMullin McDaniolsjM Meyer Cotr Buras A Taylor Rosotta W E Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Garfield ARMorris Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glendeano Ky P Sher ron Bros Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg Ky HOLT -- Fourth of July -- itt at Jteomauios uamoiic nurcn - Â¬ Â¬ ATTORNEY R N Miller W A atli Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gus Brown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ firi a a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T tf Â¬ It JrrlMJJnt iuubiij rf The Reliable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iTABLERSDII Â¬ Â¬ Hljht i uu SflSflfltIIilkfl flEflTS rillU P OINTMENT riffinf8 liiitmiisatf fiirnrtiim i1 ja - v JWrM I HkthJ T l l4 HUMMMIMUillM THE BRROKKHHIDGK NWS GLOVBRFOR3 FALLS OF ROUGH R-l-P-A-- 4 NAPOLEON BONAPARTE LLittlo Miss Pearl Jlllen Is to bo tho N-S Disastrous Effects of the Battle of the Nile ON SYRIAS FERTILE PLAINS Siege of Jaffa and Massacre of the GarriFrench son Horrors of the Plague Â¬ May Queen Messrs Preston Qiecn and Sam Major Bpcnt Saturday and Sunday nt home Misses Hell Davison and Jnno Bryant went to Canoyvlllo shopping Tliuredny Dr Lnmlmtli and wife went to Glen deano Wednesday to visit Mr and Mrs 1 C Moormau and returned Thursday Who can say ARE how much Influence the Waverly had on the general Mat prices of 95 WHO CAN SAY that had It not been for theÂ¬ Waverlejr all high grades would hive re mained at 1150 Vli CAN SAY whether or not the old line high grade makers wnulil have said We be Â¬ lieve the time has come Tor the last great cutF WHO CAN KAY they were not influenced by the fact that in hiindicdsof cities or the United States vliere old line wheels once held sway the Waverly Is now sold ten to their one WHO CAN SAY that the Waverley of 04 has hot been the euual In every respect to any bicycle sold on the American market re Â¬ gardless of price or the name of the maker WHO CAN NAY that the 05 model Waver Â¬ ley Is not the highest of all high grade bicycles WHAT THEY Envoy Beheaded Victory at Ahoukir RECEIVED IN FRANCE WITH WILD ACCLAIM 1605 by Copyright John Clark RlOpfttU J A groat dlsastor mow suddenly cloud Lord Neled tlio forttmoa of Napoleon son boating out with his fleot for a Â¬ Â¬ XII Syrian Campaign Eicgod month toward Syrln discovering that tlio French linil landed In Egypt sailed for Alexandria Tlio fleet of Brnoys wis nt anchor In tba bay of Abonklr Nelson quickly Righted his antagonist blockad ed lilm nnd on tlio 1st of Angnst 1708 began that famous Battle of tho Nile the memory of which is still frosh in history and tradition ThoFronch iloot was virtually dostroyed Tho Admirals ship Orient was bnrnod On tho bloody deck tho sou of Captain Louis Casabl anca stood nt his post giving to tho pootry of Ilcinnns n flamo vision nnd Only four or flvo of volco to postority tho French vossels escaped destruction Tho rest with nearly four thousand soa mon wont into oblivion Napoloon had littlo gouluB for tho soa Bis ability to estimnto tho contin gencies of naval wnrfaro was small Bo- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - So irWTIritJo BY CIIATAiaNIER TZf NAPOLEON fr li foro his career was half oxpired ho conceded tho dominion of tho ocoan tohia great onomy Ever after tho Egyptian campaign his endeavor looked nioro and moro to tho oroation of a Continen tal power which should countervail British supromncy on tho doep Tho result to him of tho battlo of tho Nile was in overy way disastrous Tho ofToot nf it was calculated to iusplro distrust In Franco oucourago tho Coalition and to reanimate tho Mnmolukos Complaints broko out in tho Fronch army Though victory came deprivation canio also Tho soldiers wero scorchod on tho blistering plains aqd had littlo to oat but watermelons Uevortholoss Napoleon wont steadily on with his Bohomo On tho 22nd of Octobor at n procon- certod signal Cairo broko into iusurroo- lon For n whilo tho French occupancy wns ondangorod but tho revolt was suppressed and a torriblo vengoanco was wreaked on its authors Meanwhilo Napoloon oouoolvod tho project of mak Â¬ ing a campaign into Syria and attack ing tho English strongholds of Jaffa and Tho situation was St Jean dAcro this Franco and Turkoy wcro nominal- Â¬ ly nt peace Napoloon had overthrown tho Sultans robollions beys in Egypt Thoroforo ho was a friend of the Sul- Â¬ tan and ha of him But tho thick brnin of tho Porto nt length cleared sufficient ly to seo that Murad mid Ibrahim Beys wero not half so dangerous as tho foreign lion that now sat on Ins hauuohes at Cairo licking his mouth for moro Tho Sultan perceived that tho French must bo oxpellcd Napoloon had soon that this conclusion would bo roaohed and that a Turkish army might bo ex poatod to co mo ngaiust him out of Syria Thoroforo ho would hotter preoccupy Syrln Moroovor tho hated English had got tho ooast of tho Eastern Mediterra nean Tho Turkish army might not bo oxpeotod during tho winter but tho English wero thoro nlroady Honco tho Syrian expedition Napoleon dividod his forces He loft about twelvo thousand men to occupy Egypt and with n liko number boI out on tho J lth of Fobrunry 1700 in tho di rection of Suoz and Palestine Tho march wns nccompnuied with grent hardships At tho wolls of Messoudiah tho French found water nnd Boon aft erwards tho greon nnd fertile plains of Syria aroso to viow El Arish was taken on tho 17th of Fobruary On tho 1st of March Napoloon Blopt nt tho convent of Rarnloli Ho passed within n few iniloa of Jerusalem and then mado his way to Jaffa A siego was immediately begun and on tho Oth of March the placo was tnkon with pillage nnd mas Â¬ sacre About four thousand of tho pris oners wero after threo days of deliberation sot iu linos on the soashoro nnd shot This was dona under the torriblo necessity of tho Freuoh to preserve tbonisolves iu the ononiys oountry Next onmo tho horror of tho plaguo With tho fall of Jaffa tho march was begun against St Joan dAcro Tho Arabs now mado oommon causa with tho Turks Lanues pursuing tho wild men into tho pnssos of Nublous was am unshod and lost a considerable num ber of mon On the 18tb of March tho French arrivod nt Aero and found that tho Pasha Djozzar had out off tho head of Napoleons envoy and thrown his body into tho eco Tho English under Sir Sidney Smith and the Turks held the town Aore was besioged until the 4th of Say when tho Fronoh ammunitloi be Ku to fail General CalTarelH one of Napoleons favorite ofMcern already one leaved from heroism died from the am- fMt4iau of an arm On the 10th of the mouth the French made an assault and sallied the treuohes During the slxtr ty of the sege eight storming parties were seat against the defeuees and oh mm oowuiou the town was partly oeea piedr bit General Dnroo who led the assault WM woouded and tlietwohuH dretl men who had gained an entrance were driven out through the brMok Twelve sorties were wade b Use b- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ only to lucot ropulo Aboat tho mlddlu of May news cnino that ono of tho many Mahdis who Iiavo bo frequently nrlsou iu Egypt had itppoarcd in tho Nilo valley Intclllgeiicocamonlso that tho Porto nnd tho English government woro now nt ono ngaiust the Fnnoh Napoleons guns woro not hoavy cm ugh mid his forcoa not sufficiently strong to capturo Aero and on tho 20th of May tho fill go was raised Tho lossos if tho French in tho Syrian campaign had reached nearly threo thousand mon thoso of tho Turks and tho allie por haps flvo times that number Napoleon was weak in tho run tor cf rotrcat Ho could uot retreat woL His fallings baok wero likoly to dogeiiorato Into pauio This fact was oxctu iliflod in his withdrawal from Pulostlno Tho march began on tho 20th of May Tho 22nd found tlio Fronch nt Crcsarca Two days afterwards thoy reached Jaffa Thoro n post honso had been established for thoso who had tho plaguo Napoloon ordorod tho fortifications of tho town to bo blowu up but what should be dono with tho hospital Man was never iu n sadder dilemma Bouaparto well know that thoso of his sick soldiers who Bhould bo loft behind would bo horribly butchored as soon ns tho Turks should ro outor Jaffa Totako the infoctod with him wns only to sproad tho disease Ho went with his Burgoons nnd nides into tho plaguo houso nnd passed among tho dead and dying Ho strnok his boot tops with his In n whip as ho wont along saying fow hours tho Turks will bo hero Lot nil thoso who hnvo Btrongth enough riso None could nrlso nud como with us Thou it wns that in n hurriod consultation with his physician Dosgonottes Bouaparto proposed to airtioipste with n potiou of lnudanum and a painless exit tho cruol doath which ho saw to bo inovitablo For this proposition he has bcou coudomuod byn bontimontal world against all reason and humanity His projoct was just such as a humano mau would proposo for his owu brother un der tho cruol alternative then prosrnted The returning oxpoditiou roaohod Cairo on tho 14th of Juno Affairs in Egypt were already Iu n distractod condition EI Mahdi was crying out like a prophot in Bohahiroh The follahs and Arabs wcro rallying to his standard Murad Boy was returning with his forces from Upper Egypt to form a junction with tho Mnhdis rout nt tho Natrou lakes Meanwhile n foico of about fifteen thousand commanded by Mustapha Pasha nnd under conduct of English ships arrivod at Aboukir A division of Fronch under Gonoral Mar inout hold Alexandria but that officer would bounablo to keep tho city against tho gathering forces of the enemy Napoloon hastily marched again t tho Turks aud Euglish at Aboukir Hero on tho 25th of July 1709 with only flvo thousand men ho attaokod tho en emy throo timos as strong in numbers and gained a victory sosignal as almost to counterbalance the dlsastor nt tho yoar beforo wheu Bruoyss fleet tit tho In tlio no samo placo was annihilated gotiatiou that followed botwoeu Boua parto aud tho English Admiral tho for mer obtaiued n copy of tho French Gazette of Frankfort informing him of tho condition of affairs in Enropo For teu mouths ho had recoived virtually uo uows nt nil from his own country Tho French army had to all intents boeu blockaded in Egypt aud Palestiuo Heavonsl the Gouoral cried out my Tho presentiment has boeu vorlfled fools havo lost Italy I All tho fruits of our victories nro gouo I must loavo Egypt I It was uocossary that Napoloon nhould bo sooret ns woll as expeditious Ho in formed tho divan of Cairo that ho should bo nbsout briofly iu tho Uolta Aftorwards lie published n bullotiu to the array saying that bo was going to Franco but would soon bo baok again Tho command should remain with Gou oral Kleber who was truly said to havo tho confldeucc of the Genoral-in-chie- f Berthier and Launeswerotoaocompauy the commander to Franco Twofrigatos tho Muiron and tho Carrore were quiok ly prepared and on tboUrdof August n company of about flvo hundred men went on board with Napoloon By keepiug oloso to the African shore tho vessels woro enabiod to escape do toctlou After twenty ono days tho site of Carthago was passed and tho danger was over Ou the 1st of Ootobor tho ehlps wcro driven in at Ajacoio While dotained iu his uativo island Napoloon leamed of tho disastrous bat tlo of Novi the death of Joubort nnd nil tho recent misfortunes of France On lonriug Ajaccio bis ship was followed by two English vossels aud well nigh takou but on tho 8th of Octobor ha roachod tho roadway of Frojus aud was Bafa Tho enthusiasm of the people broko out spontaneously Thoy of Frojus when warned to kotp off on account of tho possible infection of tho Freuoh said All right we vrcfer Ihe plnQue to the AuitriamP Bouaparto left im mediately for Paris by tho Bourbon nals road At Aix aud Lyons ho was re coived with wlli acclaim Nobody stop Â¬ ped to Inquire whether the Egyptian campaign had been wholly successful or not Tho French simply claimed every Â¬ thing aud shouted On the 10th of Ootober Napoloon en Â¬ tered Paris Josephine came to greet him aud the suspicions against her with which hlsraiud bad been poisoned by some reel tali of Juuot iu Egypt were soon dispelled An interview with the Directory followed on the next day and it became evident that the relations betweea Nspoleoa and that body were already straiued The General informed himself of everything and it was set long tiUNOOoKMdved the project of get ting himself ohoseu a Direotorj with the wltoHor design of overthrow the ex istlng qmlitK John Cumk Rjarint Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ afternoon Mr Hunter llardaway of Bowloyvllle was visiting his sister Mrs Frank Pey- Â¬ ton last week Ho will soon leavo for Mr M Symoni Dakota where ho will spend the summer Baltimore Md Fishing is still on a boom Lovers of tho sport continue to swarm in from all directions Thoy cast in many hooks That Tired Fooling Sevoro but I dont think our streams suffer greatly from loss of fish as tho majority Hoadachos No Appotlte Six Botttos of Hoods Sarsaparlfla aro unlniatcd in tho art of angling It would bo a great benefit to Bring Back Now Llfo tho future sport if tho Government or O I ITood Co Lowell Moss t Dear Sirs i Beforo using Hoods Barsnpa eomo ono else would Bond in Boveral car- Â¬ rllU I was frequently sick and did not know loads of young fish and put them in what vras the matter with me One day I would feel so tired I could hardly stand the next I Hock Lick and Rough river Times aro dull and everybody has the would have a sever headache and io on not knowing what the next day would bring forth blues because they have no monoy 1 did not have any appetite and and tho cut worms are loading them Was Greatly Run Down I tried a good many medicines but they did me with extra cares and burdens Great Having heard a great deal about fields must be res wn nnd thoso who a no good Hoods Barsaparllla I decided to try a bottle I few weeks ago gleefully announced lam dono corn planting for this year must now turn back and begin at tho am glad to say I soon felt better I hare now beginning and do all over again Hut I wed ilx bottles and feel as well as ever It has know what would enliven tho times been of great benefit to me as I have regained or appeuieland cast off tho blues wreathe solemn faces Now Enjoy Good Hoalth in smiles add joy to desponding voices I can strongly recommend Hoods SariaparllU change tho slow laggiug gait of millions as an excellent blood medicine M Bvmoms to quick clastic steps and put now life ta Alsqulth Street Baltimore Maryland act easily yet promptly and in a whole populace would be tho free Hoods Pills and unlimited coinage of silver I like 23a efficiently on the llrer and bowel gold because it is pretty but prefer sil- Â¬ FROM THE FAR WE8T ver because it is more plentiful If the Government would do the handsome Good Crops Everything In Adan thing it would coin all tho hoarded silver and cutter it all over these United dance Peace and Plenty States If the gold fever over cools down and wo aro so blessed I hopo theyll sow Cahwilk OT May 5 1893 Mr Edi- Â¬ dollars pretty thick when thoy come to tor I will endeavor to pen a few lines to ilnckenridge county your most valuable paper which I assure Mrs L Green returned from Louisville you is a welcome visitor in our home each week We promised many of our last week Mr Ernest Robertson was here on friends before wo loft there that they should have the privilego of hearing business Wednesday Mrs Thompson of Horton was tho from us through the columns of the News Just two mouths ago wo gave guest of Mrs Ben Storms Monday Mies Jennie Davison was the guest of the parting hand to a host of friends and relatives and boarded the train nt Harncd the Misses Stono one day last week Mrs Green reports a most pleasant for Anthony Kansas No one who has never had tho experience knows what a visit and looks very much improved in task it is to bid father mother and loved health ones good byo uot knowing but God in LIrs Jones Mercer is intending to visit his wisdom nnd goodness may call many her sister Mrs Sam Parson of Macks of them away whero our mortal oyes can vllle soon Mr 0 W Butler of Shreye Ohio behold them no moro Little did I think when I left Ken- county Ky was the guest of Mr M W tucky beforo that tho sad face of my Stono Thursday Miss Maud Lyons went to Fordsvillo youngest brother which saduess showed so plain on his countenance when I gave Monday to visit her parents and return- Â¬ him tho farewell baud not knowing it ed Wednesday morning The wet weathor for the past week has would bo tho last and final farewell would bo sleeping in his narrow earthly flushed the river considerably putting a homo when I returned but I found it so stop to Ashing for a while And many of our nearest and dearest k Misscs Mabel and Zilpa Chambliss friends had likewise passed away and in Mr David Chambliss were lue guests ot such a short time for I was only gone Miss Cora Wingato Sunday A boy by tho namo of Allen shot a fourteen months and judging tho future by tho past wo may expect to find many horso and killed it ono day last week vacant places if wo ever have the priv- Â¬ The hoise belonged to a Mr Eikridgo A party of fishermen aro cnmpiug at ilege of visiting Kentucky again I hear thoy Wo nro glad to hear of your flue pros- the mouth of Rock Lick pects for good crops and hopo you will are from Cloverport but did not learn have an abundance of everything Our their names outlook here is not flattering for wheat 1 Mre Ben Storms Misses Lillian Stone It was badly injured by tho freezes last Annie Head Bell Davison and Mr Sam winter In somo cases wheat was killed Morgan spent Thursday evening with entiraly whilo in others tho prospect is Misses Maud Lyons and Helen Brown fair There is a very fair crop in this iu their pleasant shop Blackberry winter is moro sevoro than locality but in northern Oklahoma nnd Southern Kansas it was nearly all killed usual Tho frost has done n groat deal Thero is tho best prospect for oats and of damage but it is hoped that tho fruit corn we havo had for years both here has withstood it and that it wilt not drop and in Kansas I supposo if tho season off from tho effects of the cold Mr Gross says there is a stray cut- Â¬ is favorable Kansas will havo several times as much corn as sho has had for worm in his corn field It diflers from years Thero are hundreds of acres in those ho is fattening in that it has a this fertile country in ono body that is coatiug of tar on its back and his own dotted by fine largo stalks of corn and have not this distinguishing mark The kaflin corn Tho latter is grown very owner will please call and take his prop- Â¬ extensively iu tho West aud is a whole erty home Meddling and back biting aro sorry romo food for both horses and cattle Most cattlo men raise from 300 to 1000 vocations even in such small matters as acres each ytar for their cattlo to winter love affairs and tlio littlo pleasures of on It is very juicy and has line fodder general society Those who engago in tlio business should remember that Stock eat the stalk which is very small samo as the blade I think it would thoro is a day of reckoning not far hence grow exceedingly well In that country and they themselves will step into tho yet it seems to stand drouth wpnderfully traps so cunningly set for others Mr C W Butler says tho cut worms and is raised very extensively in western Kansas and Colorado Thero was a have not dono a great deal of damage to but great deal raised hero last season aud wo his or his neighbois crops tho frost almost ruiuod tho gardens and were about as dry as you were there Thero is much attention paid hero to bit somo corn otherwise ho says things such things as kafllo corn milomaizo aro lookiug well and a fair prospect of Mrs Butlor has about and sorghum also alfalfa which is tho plenty in view only clover that can be raised here well three hundred young chickens all and growing nicoly Tho as tamo grass will not grow hero The healthy prairio grass is fine now in some places hawks thoso pests of all chicken nearly knee high It is very rich and raisers began early to diminish Lor strong and tho majority of tho stock number but Tom Butler used a lit here have lived and dono well on it tie powder and lead which laid two of Cattlo especially do the robbers cold in death on the field of alono all winter Now her hosts of feathered quite well on it Cows here aro all fat Elunder can roam at will in search of in good condition at least and havo or their natural food without danger of lived only on buffalo gross Mr Butler says he being devoured Tho prairie is very beautiful uowslnco sold a lot of veal calves at 0 per head it has had a fuw nice showers of rain and last week the flowers havo all bloomed out it is pleasing to anyone to saunter over tho carpeted green fluids ond behold it in all its beauty and splendor and to gather these wild and rich perfumed blossoms which contain tho colors of tho brightest Sick headache rainbow such as natures artist alono can paint Pains in the back 1 wish I could paint tlio picture so my Cause Sallow complexion friends could understand just how it is Loss of appetite and or Im sure many of them have not Exhaustion slightest idea of how tho prairio the would look but I trust that wo may have There is only one cure which is the pleasure of showing many of you over these beautiful lands and enter taining you in our home ero many more AND seasons come and go With best regards to the Nrws and its readers I am very D O Habnkd respectfully One Pink Pill touches the liver aud removes the bile Oho TobIc Pellet nightly acts as a gentle laxative in keepiug the bowels When Bbjr wm slek wb gT W CasterU open restores the digestive organs tones Wb she was a CWU tba erUJ for Outerb up the nervous system aud makes new Wises the became Vim b t Owtoria rich blood Complete treatment two VkM sfee but CMUna be gave tbwa Carterb nedlcltiM one price 35c Treatise ami sample free at any store m Run Down Hoods Cures Â¬ A gentleman of a methodical ha Â¬ bit who had adopted tho practice of retaining a copy of overy pro Â¬ scription issued by his family physician became interested as time went on to noto that tho samo ingredients wero pretty cer Â¬ tain to bo prescribed at Bomo point of tho treatment of overy case For a poorappellteorasoro throat for rcstlessncs which disturbed the babys sleep and for troubles which beset the aged grandpa cnts tho favorito remedy was always turning up although slightly mod- Â¬ ified from timo to timo and used often in conjunction witli others His family physician had ever been n successful practitioner and when another was consulted caro bad nlwoys been taken to obtain tho services of some one eminent for skill nnd reputation Still the fre Â¬ quent recurrence of tho favorite formula was a marked circumstance One day our fiiend hap pened to observe that the formula of n coitnln advertised remedy was identical with tho latest prescription ho had receivid fiom his own physician aud in tome surpiise ho statid tho ciso to him The fam Â¬ ily doctor after listening to what ho had to Bay replied The ease is about this way Wheiuver tho u is a lisluibancc of tho func- Â¬ tions of thu body no matter of what nature it is pietty certain to bu accompanied by n derangement of the digestive organs When they aro all right tho patient gets well That particular formula that you havo observed mo to write moru mid more frequently is tlio lesult of an ago of careful experiment and is pretty gener- Â¬ ally ngretd upon now by nil edu cated physitians who keep up with the timts The discovery of the past few years of a means of reducing every drug to n powder and compressing the powders into littlo lozenges or tablelsor tabules it you prefer which will not break or spoil or lose their good quali Â¬ ties from age if protected from air mid light is tho explanation of how it has como about that this prescription is now for sale as an advertised remedy It is as you say however and is all right It is tho medicino that nine people out of ten need every timo they need any and I havo 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by A II Fisher tiful plates plans enabling photographs of new bouses with builders to show Dr Lewis of Tip Top representing a Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Board latest designs and secure contracts Address the MUNN CO NEW VOIIE 301 BUOADWAT book company was hero Monday Ky Ilardinsburg Mr Bill Tuoll wifo and mother spent rnm nnnnnm Sunday the guests of Dr Miles and wife f Mtro Mr IM Tiudall is spending this weok Correctly weeklv by Iumphrey Laufer Prowith his sister Mrs Collins of Flaherty duce Commission Merchants ato Second St bet The first of American News- Â¬ Mr John Funk and family spent last Main and Market Louisville Ky papers CHARLES A DANA Sunday tho guests of Mr Jim Tiudall LOUISVILLE KY May 21 1895 and family Editor Shippers should mark all packages plainly Mrs John Funk spent Thursday night with shippers name and poit ofict addrsn with Mrs John Uunger who is very ill BUTTER Tho American Constitution 10 12 at this writing Choice country 6 8 theAmorican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ Medium Mr Wm Hllf and family and Mits Creamery - C6 20 can Spiiit These first last EQQS Eva Buckler spent Sunday with Mr 10 Fresh and all the time forever Jake Shacklett and family BEANS to 22 5 Daily by mail Michigan hand picked - - 6 a 1 75 to 2 00 ndlana Navy A new theory in tho treatment of 1 00 to 1 20 Daily Sunday by mail8 a Old or Common and colored- coughs lung nnd bronchial affictlons has SEATUER3 - - - SI a The Weekly S5 been advanced by tlio manufacturers of Trim white goose 38 5 SO 25 Dr Bells 1iue Tar Honey It is truly a Mixed 15 0 Old All dealers sell No 1 duok wonderful remedy 25 00 HIDES For sale it on a positive guarantee 5J 4J Oreen s ood Is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in the Dr Hayues Cloverport by Short Dry Salt good 7K IX world R II McMulliu McDanlels M Meyer Dry flint good 9 7 Price 5c a copy By mail 2 a year 20 40 Skeep iklna A Taylor Rosette W E A Co Burns POULTRY AddroanTlli SUN New York Brown Irvlngton Ky A A Richard 7 Hens per lb VA A R Morris Big Duck son Garfield Ky 8 7 I Spring Ky W 0 Moorman Glen Turkeys alive 10 Turkeys dressed POSITIONS GUARNTEED Co deane Ky P Sherron Bros DRIED APPLES AND PKACHKS 6Jf to Applet choice bright quarters Kirk Ky lloraco Scott Ilardinsburg Do not say It canunder reasonable conditions Apples average 4K to i Ky not be done until you send for free J 20 paire Apples old catalogue the business tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In LMr Dick Wimp of Garnettsvillo Â¬ yr yr yr The Sunday Sun FACTS Â¬ 68 Â¬ HUES RUN Rain I Peaches new 4 to 5 Psaohei old WOOL ConstipationBiliousness Tab washed Rain Rain I Orease line Miss Rosa Tinius is visiting her sister Qreaso coarse Merino Mrs Lucius Chapln Hurry and Cot MISCELLANEOUS LWork will begin on tho a new Tallow houso in this district about tho Beeswax school 1st of - It 13315 Q 21 15 Jl 10 8 12 12 4H Juno Sorghum Molasses wharfj - 30 25 35 DIUUGHTONS PKACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of Shott handTyicwilllnir and telegraphy NAS1I VILLI TKNN 4 WEEKS by Draughtons method ql teach Â¬ ing book keeping Is equal to 12 WEEKS by old method It exptids more money in the Interest of Its Kmplov ient Department than half the business collegei in the south take in as tuiion It Is strong ndorscd b Hankers Merchants and practical book keepers all over the United States Reasonable rates of tuition Cheap board Open to both sexes 6oo students past year representing j6 States and Territories It has also prepared books for Â¬ us eToNic Pellets UN a BBQW W MM 00 Mew To Mr Chintz Royalty County Surveyor spent last Thursday night with Mr Wm II Hawkins Rev I 0 Argabriglit was called on last church meeting to tako charge of Hitoa Run church another year lMarrled on last Sunday Miss Bettio Hawkins to Mr Tom Baalism at tho residenco of Mr Milton Hawkins We had a heavy frost on tho night of the 13th which played bavoo with our gardens what the cut worms had left We had a fine prospect for au apple crop but I suppose this cold spell will cause most all the fruit to fall off On the 13th of this month the death angel visited the home of Air and Mrs A L Rlcketts and took their youngest ehlld Walter was the pet of the family They have the sympathy of this entire oc mmunity Iu their bereavement HAY GRAIN FEED We quots prlcti lo dsy on Louisville OATS city So J 1V TniNashville Tenn AJdi - sent on todays trial IIOMB STUDY When von write F Drauahon Prest explain No 2 oatl UAY 10 11 10 4 60 00 00 50 12 N II It pavs cash tS for vacancies as book keepers stenogrsphcrs teachers etc repotted provided it fills same Strictly choloe Choice No 2 Oood Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Oholo whit Choloo shelled 5 IS 00 12 00 11 00 - ffl 41K 40 CATTLE Good to extra shipping 4 00 S S 4 25 Light shipping 50 00 But BaUhere M Medium to good buteheri II 008 Choice packing and butchersFair to good BhoaU and 3 40 ft 3 A S 7 5 3 35 Roueht lbs and SUKKP Good to extra hipping Fair to good LAMM U extra spring Fair to good pits 104 4 BO 4 85 50 under4 75 2 00 2 76 - 4 90 75 6 00 2 15 2 59 i 00 fl4 4M JM 4 75 4M rlBtWMWMU- - t v TTjFl THJ BHLJSXOKELlSimDQEl NETWS AMUSING CIVIL ENGINEERS Colonel King- Shows Them GLxOYHRPORT KY HER GREATNESS WANING An Englbh Trade Journal Say the Coun Â¬ try Commercial Supremacy I Orer On a roviow of 1804 wo nro much nfrnid thnt n survey of its industrlnl fea Â¬ tures will but increiso an apprehension which of Into years hns boon growing n intensity thnt thoporiod of our commercial supremacy has nt last nttninod Its zenith and is now on tho docliuo It is not that tho volunio of our exports exhibits n gradual but porsistont retro gression it is not that tho boating of our manufacturers ou thoir own ground by foreign rivals is boiug couductod on a larger aud largorscalo thnt our agricul ture hns gono to tho dogs and thnt our iron industiy Booms in n fair way of following its example Thoso facts nro bad enough it is true but they nro only symptoms nfter all nud symptoms of something worse than tho facta nro thorn selves Tho fnot to bo regretfully ac knowledged is thnt whero wo woro once first wo nro now not sooond or oven third in tho brood path which oloctrioal ecienco has laid open to our progress Taking n broad vlow of our main in dustries is thoro any ouo of thorn which cau fairly bo stated to bear n promising futuro Is thero ono of them which docs not present signs which whether realized or uot point eloquently to tho principle of decay It is a stupefying fact or would havo been so regarded but a fow yoars ago that Bolgiau ironwork is actually imported for uso in tho country of iron Our textilo industry is gradually boiug undermined by the diligonco of its machinists who aro sedulously inducing our export customers to manu facture their own fabrics nnd set our Iu shiplooms standing idlo nt homo building tho American shipynrds nro as suming tho nspect of rivals of more nnd moro formidable proportions Our loco motivo oxport trado is relatively paralyzed becauso foreigners uowmako their own ougines Our chemical trado is de parting to Germany In thopapor trade our own markets aro deluged with foreign productions both cheaper and better tbau we can mako oursolvos In agricultural machinery our manufacturers toil for n groat part unsuccessfully against the products of Germany nnd the United States All these aro facts which cannot be disputod though thoy may bo minimized At nil points apparently wo nro lagging behind A nation without n specinlty does uot couut Our spooinlty was surely that of being iu tbo van of progress in industrial art Tho most ar dent ndvocnto would hardly venture to nssort thnt this is Englands positiou now Then how is it possible to tako a cheerful view of tbo prospects oponed up by 1800 ludustrios and Iron Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thick to too anything abovo tho lower branches Tho men needed sleep but it would bo ns easy to sleep ou tho battlo field as in tho continuous clatter of tlioso axes Besides distrust had como upon tho wholo army It was nn nnxious night to tho generals nnd tho luen partook of tho solicitude of thoir command ers It was known thnt tho enemy hnd been ro enforced from Virginia Knox villo and other points It was rumored that Bunisldo was coming but Burn sido did not come To a natural fatlguo was ndded that moro nppalling weari Â¬ ness of being constantly in tho presonce of death and tho certainty that when tho soldier should riso in tho morning ASSOCIATION At T AMCAlCAN COPtSiGMT1094 tho grim specter would riso with him to smell of gunpowder buforo tlio chirping haunt him for nnother day CHAPTER XXIIL of tho birds would bo drowned by tho Thero is n streak of gray in tho cast TItn NIKKTCFM1I OF BFrTFMnER sounds of musketry nnd nitfllery Tho commander in chio of tho men iu Seldom has an army been in n moro riding at gray listens for tho sound of guns iu tho Meeting nn critical position than tho Army of tlio full ftpctri townrd tlio south ho called hands of thoso ho has ordered to begin Cumberland nt this juncture Tho Con- out pointing in tho direction of tlio tho nttack at daylight and which nro to federates overlapped tho Union front firing which ho could now discern wns bo signal for others Tho streak broad Â¬ on tho north by bnlf n dozen miles mid ou or near tho Chattanooga road ens day comes tho sun rises it is 8 between Confederates and tho ChattaWhos thcio oclock Still nil is silent along thnlinc nooga road leading from what was both Old Pop with two divisions It is only a mistake only nn order not tho Union left and rear into ChattanooMaynard uttered au uxclamatiou of received or understood by thu general ga thero wcro only small bodies of cav surpriso and pleasure who wua to lend off but in that mis Drags had but to overwhelm nlry How did ho get there take is involved possiblo failure With theso cross tho Chickaraaugannd march Marched all night nil tho vaunted generalship on tho field fow miles westward to seizo this road a Much forco in his front of battlo what is it nf tor nil that turns nnd throw himself between his enemy Yon betl Im going for tho tido except tho mistakes nnd that enemys base C ittanooga It und in n moment ho was out Mark Maynard on that Sunday morn was his intention to cross Reeds bridgo of sight ing was lying with his body in tho dirt by 8 oclock in tho morning with one A courier enmo doihing from tho op nnd his head ou tho root of a trco He column and Alexanders bridge n fow posite direction dreamed that ho had just como iu from tho two miles above at tho samo hour What news from tho right making a charge at thu head of his bri columns to join and Fcizo tho coveted Tlio head of McCooks column is nt gado aud Witt approaching his comroad attack Crittendens left whilo n Crawfish Springs mander to report n glorious success third Confederato column crossing nt Good Tho army is wife for tho pres that tho general said to him after thank- Â¬ Dal tons ford would attack him ill ent Tho game is balked Coloing him for his achievement onco crushed under front Crittenden Striking the road lending to Alexan nel it will givo mo plcasuro to recom expect tbeso combined forces as it wn ders bridge ho found himself in rear of mend you for promotion to the rank of ed ho would bo by noon tho wholo Con tho Union lino of battle that had open brigadier federate nrmy was to overwhelm Thom ed on tho loft A forco hurried by to General still ten miles distant leaving Mc tho support of ccmradis at thu front as Ho nwoko nud saw Jakoy Slack look Cook 20 miles away to bo finished Tho ground ho was ou had just been ing down on him It was ho who bad later on fought over and dead and wounded spoken tho word Genorall Thero was nothing on tho left to pro scattered everywhere Entering n wood General said Jnkey as he saw his vent tho execution of this attractivo ho pushed forward through it A you d its bon a d plan but tho two bodies of cavalry at soldier n boy of 18 was sitting ou tlio friends ye3 open Reeds and Alexanders bridges Eight ground supported by u trep gasping hard fight oclock came and they wcro not over- for breath A red stream running duv i havoFor heavons sake my boy where you been and what aro you doing whelmed Tho sun stood high over tho his bosom showed that he had been shot here Tho battlo will open soon ogaiu valley of tho Chickamauga and still through tho lungs You aro thinking tho Confederates had not crossed at of home my boy muttered Maynard this morning I wonder it hasnt open ed nlroady You must get back cither of theso two points Tho defend and pushed on Au officer lay in his I tbort I war a sojer ers of tho bridges wero n swarm of hor path and begged him for what tho Well Jnkey you aro a soldier nets flying in their enemies faces witli wounded cravo so eagerly water Mny many an effectivo sting At noon thoy nord rodo about hunting for a stream or thats a fact and Im not Reckon Ill git cashyered I beu wore still stinging It was not till 3 n spring At last ho found what ho oclock in tho afternoon that tho do sought and filling a canteen rodu back away thout any furlough Wherofenders of Alexanders bridgo wero to whero tho mau lay Ho was dead Waal I thort Id go n see Sonrl givo way and thofio at Reeds In his hand ho li 1 a picture of wifu forced to bridgo only retired on learning that tho and two littlo children Within hearing aforo th fight cos I moughtnt hov no clunco after it I mought git killed u other had been captured by tho enemy of tho booming in front nnd shells cutthen I wouldnt bo no good nohow Ho tho morning and tho afvcnioon pass ting tho trees abovo him ha had passed Havo you seen her ed and when evening fell bnt 8000 Yas f loin tho harshest through tho gcntlcdl And Laura ho started up Confederates had been thrown across of human feelings to tho eternal peace Yas What wa3 to havo been executed on Riding on Muynard met au officer ho Friday tho 18th of Soptonibcr must had known iutimatoly Without thought And you told her Reckon bo deferred till tho next day Will it of his altered condition tho degraded Maynard piused in his questions Ho then bo too late colonel waved his hand in snluto and Tho moon is iightingup tho field tho cried out How goes tho battle ma- dreaded to know how his wifo had re woods tho summits of tho two ridges jor Tlio officer passed by with n look ceived tho news Did sho condemn him inclosing thovalloyof tho Chickamauga which Maynard novcr foigot It sent with tho rt st Jokey put his hand iii tho pocket of nnd 100000 ioldiers Tho nir is cold thu hot blood mounting to his checks nnd crisp and myriads of campflros aro Ho could havo cloven tho mans skull his coat nnd took out n card ou which scattered over thu valley as a reflection with his saber But there was no need was a pieturo of Laura holding her of tho starry heavens upon tho bosom of of that Was thero not nn enoray at tho child Maynard seized it und iu a mo a laku All night tho moon gleams upon front Yes and thcio was death tlo ment his eyes wro rive ted on it to tho thu stool of tho two sleepless armies exclusion of all other objects His mind dashed on and arrived at ouo of tho hot tho Confederates pushing acros tho test points on tho left just us n lino of drank iu thirstily all it suggested Chickamauga tho Unionists marching cavalry was moving to n chargo ho uxcluimed suddenly Mark to cover their unprotected left Many a for theso you must win back your Joining them ho rodo dowu into a boldicr cats his eyo up into tho soreno storm so wild so fierce so full of do fpurs heavens and remarks tho queen of night structiou that surely ho thought tlio Roekon uho uus nd liko fo tcr hear looking down upon him o pale so coveted death must como But tho gaps y talk thelaway put in Jakoy sym cold ho dead ni if in mockery of his in tho ranks wcro to his right to his pathetically own animate being and prophetio of left anywhere everywhere except Jakoy Im a changed man I fool what may come for him on tho morrow whero ho rode And wheu tho troopers that I am to havo n chanco to vindicate Ironi tho southward comes tho tramp with whom ho fought camo out of tlio myself on tho field today For two days of tlust covered men in bluo At their fight Mark Maynard was still among I havo been lighting in tho ranks I head rides onu who before tho sun twico tho living havo had only n privates opportunity sets is to taku first rank among tho he nud that is to furnish material for tho So opened tho battlo of Situiday roes of Chickamauga Thomas is leading Sopt 10 Throughout that day May sacriflco demanded by tho god of war his men from n distant point far beyond nard rodo wherever ho saw that grim whilo thu god only smiles on thoso who Crittenden to tho exposed left and rear specter hovered At times he was with lead tho victim Today today to tho Chattanooga road tho road com Somopnll turn np sho y hot ho would distlio cavnlry nt timo manding tho lino of communication of mount nnd leaving his horsu in tho Como wo must got some breakfast tho Army of tho Cumberland It must rear go forward with a musket On ono Woll need it suou This day will do bo a forced march for thu timo is short occasion catching tho enthusiasm of cidu tho fatu of tho Army of the Cum and thu distance is great battle ho was forgetting his misfortune bcrluud From tho eastward tho Confederates when tho officer of tlio regiment with Going to a group of soldiers near by nro pushing across tho Chickamauga which hu fought recognized him Tho from whoso eampflro emanated tho Every avallublo passagois occupied but two had boon at enmity pleasing odor of boiling coffeo tho two thero is littlo left of tho bridged and it askod and received a breakfast Leavo theso ranksl is slow and hazardous work at tho A fog hung over tho valloy of tlio Maynard turned saw thnt ho was ad fords Largo bodies of men nro liko dressed and who nddresscd him Throw Chickamauga which scrocuod tho two btreams Thoy flow easily across open ing dowu his gun thu hot tears burst armies from each other Maynard nud countries but bocomo choked in narrow ing from his eyes ho turned away Jnkey wore igiforaut of thoir surround ways Yet tho work goes on It is n Again ho was tramping through n corn ings a hundred yards distant so they long night long for theso men wading fluid on thu flank of n lcgimeut when ha niuuohcd their hard tack and swal through water or standing ill tho chilly saw ft division general inspecting tho lowod thoir coffoo qulto willing to bo hours past midnight in wet clothing It men ns thoy passed forward to mi at- hidden from Confederato firo whilo thoy is an eventful night for if thoy got tack Ho recognized tho general who had wero doing so Mennwhilo Jakoy gavo ncross in sufllcient forco nnd tho way scut tho spy to him Their eyes met his friend an nccount of his trip nnd is still unblocked ns yostorday tho fato Maynard had by this timo como to sea how ho had arrived ou tho fluid at noon of tho Union army is scalod through tho dovico by which tho other tho day before ask How did you find nic Jakey At midnight Maynard lay under n had led him into his present position tree trying to catch Homo sleep Tlio ox and regarded tho officer steadily Thu ed tho hearer ertion of tlio day would havo brought it Waal I ast n good many sojers n man turned his horses head and gal Bout for ho was exhausted but his position loped nway Thero was ono man in iio uono of om know whnr y war as to tho army with which ho had no army who did not euro to look him in dark I heard ono o th cavalry of th place was burning him liko n hot iron old brigade enr brigado thet know y tho eyo A fow days boforo nnd ho would havo Tho day passod with n succession of Ho was n tcllln how y went with om been leading his brigade through theso blows upon an army still too strung iu a chorgo They all liked tor hov yer stirring scenes Now ho wns not oven n out for its own good But thoy wcro do thet nway I ust him whnr I mought privato soldier Ho was mi outcast n nil successfully resisted Wherover n find y n ho reckoned lie sor y goiu wretcli too detestable for tlio respect plnco was weak somo brigado or division up this way So I kem u fouud y oven of menial cooks mid strikers of was sent to strengthen it usually leav Thetsnll teamsters of tho grasping hordo of ar As ho finished Maynard exclaimed ing u placo whero it had been But all my followors whoso object was to cheat points woro strengthened in timo All Lookl Thoy tho soldier nnd rob tho dead Tho fog had iuddunly lifted dumago repaired at least tho damage Tho moon fliiding a convenient open ou which hung defeat Tlio damage to wcro on n rldgo which had boon forti ing in tho boughs uliovo him looked at tho dend and thirsting wounded scatflod during thu night tho works resem him in n way that in u mensuro quieted tered along tho lino for miles could bling u horsuilioo Their position was him What an absence of turmoil on novcr bu repaired It could bo counted ou thu let sidu of tho shoo aud com her surface I No guns roar in her valand laid down accurately iii tho official uinuded n view up tho Chattanooga road leys no armies contend for tho posses roports but who can count or repair which ran directly north from whero sion of iter ringed ridges Tho thought tho hearts broken with overy charge thoy wero Thero u short distauco east for n moment chased nway his desiro ovcry defcnsul of tho road mid overlapping tho Union for oblivion flo shuddered at her noth Aud so tho suit wont down over a left tho lifting mist rovenled a lino of ingness Tho scenes through which ho field ou which thero was no victory no Confederato gray As Mayuurd spoko was passing seemed far preferable Ho defeat only suffering nnd death with a shout they rushed forwnrd and was in tho midst of mans coveted notook possesion of tho prize thoy hnd been trying to grasp for two days They tion Whilo that lastod ho could not for CHAPTER XXIV long bo pluugcd in despair Thank heav woro between the Union nrmy nnd ChatCOMING OF TIIF ItEHKUVrS en ho was permitted to scok soliico in tanooga Tho night has como ngaiu Tliosmoko such turmoil such roaring of guns and has rolled nway from tho battlefield of TO UK CONTINUKD yelling of men as had como nnd wore Chickamauga Thero is noitlior sound coming of cannon nor musketry except hero and Toward morning his thoughts bocamo thoro au occasional picket firing Thero less intense less cloar Tho sounds is another sound within tho dark forest Women coming from a troop of horses picketed whero Thomas men aro resting thu um olh misiwihs near became more and inoro confused surrnit sound of tho woodchoppers ax Tho Tho snores of men resting nftcr a day commander ill chief of tho Confederates of hard fighting lost their vigor Tho hears it and knows with a generals branches abovo him twined indistinctly quick perception that anothor chanco of Ho slept destroying his enemy is passing Ho can Ho was awakened by tho sound of a not enter tlio forest at tho dead of night gun It was broad day Ho gtartod up to stop that chopping aud ho knows as ACTS AS A SPECIFIC and listenod Then enmo another dull io hoars hundreds of axes replacing tho Or Arousing to Healtlij Action all her OrgMt boom thou another nnd in a fow min moro appalling sounds of tho day with utes thoro was tho rapid firing of a bat tho clatter of thoir blades and now and Jt causes health to bloom and tle ou tho left Surely that is not tho ngaiu somo great trco crushing through joy to rulgn throughout tho frame littlo body of cavalry in whoso ranks ho its neighbors that by morning his ono hail fought tho day boforo my will bo intrenched behind breast It Never Falls to Rcoulatc Mounting ho rodo toward It through works Mr vlfe lis Imxiii umUr treatment of lead- a partly wooded partly opon country Maynard bivouacked ou Thomas lino li mi inuiur ikd Tho Holds wero gray but tho woods Tho two armies lay too near to cacli if nyiiiiiii iuico Tear if muimii winni il i uifrQ iifij yoiiiii innirinunn KiaiAIKiiliiillliA 1 MIL lllDBUUUUirUWII wero still green Thou thoro was tho other to light tolltala campflrcs and nn rcouklntfiuuMii mid ltf odor of tho morning in tho country and all equlpago had been sont to the rear lltnUHKM iiMUMTOU CO Atlanta Us the chirping of bird hunting for thoir aud blnnkots wero Kcuroo tho army spent loldVydruMlUt llWyrlxWU breakfast It would not bo long boforo tho night shivering Tim wood wm too must glye way to Jho tbaj perfumo Â¬ Â¬ at Willetts Point Hit Big Hagnot THE BEST COMBINED STALLION IN THIS COUNTY Wsmer1 r p O to dny during tho recent cotivcntiton In Now York nbout 100 members of tho American Socioty of Civil Engineers with their wivos nnd other Indies via itcd Willetts Point nud spent sorornl hours ns guests of Colonel William King commandant of the post Tho poet band wns brenght nboard tho stcamor nud with tntic dancing nud feasting nu hour was spout merrily Colouel King then announced that a fow experiments with his largo electro magnet nud eono Bubmnriuu explosions would bo given for tho entertainment of wl THE WELL KNOWN STALLION Â¬ tho pnrty Beer kegs wcro substituted for tlio regular torpedoes ns tho latter nro too Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ expensive for ordinary experiments nnd tho kegs servo tho purpose ns well Thrco kegs wcro exploded nt intervals of n fow minutes Theiy contained respectively 1C5 160 nnd 140 pounds of ginut pow der Tho largo explosion of tho larger chargo threw n wooden buoy about 1 70 foct in tho air aud made n waterspout nearly 100 foct high Tho attention of tho party was next directed to Colonel Kings hugo gun maguot which stands ou top of tho ramparts Tlio largo ICinJi gun wrapped with n dozen miles ot insulated wiro forms tho most powerful magnet iu tho world Tlio edectricity is supplied by n largo dynamo Tho colonel who nlwnys superintends thu experiments gavo orders for tho current to bo turnod on and tho capers of tho magnet bogau Some of tho spectators took spikes aud other scrap iron which they fouud wns perfectly magnetized nt n distnnco of eight or ten ynrds from tho gun eo that when thoy put two pieces togother it was dilflcult to separato thorn They would throw tho iron in tho nir nud it would bo attracted with much forco to tho coro of tho magnet Tho experiment withcniinon balls wns next shown Fivo balls weighing UC0 pounds ench woro suspended ouo boneath tho other from tho muzzle of tho gun Tho bottom ball hung within n few inches of tho ground Then Lioutenaut Morrow stood with his back toward tho runzzlo of tho gun and stuck largo bolts nud spikes all over his chest Other scrap iron wns also nppllod mid nttrncted by thnt which nlrondy seemed to cling to his coat Ho walked nway from tlio magnet and ho got n considerable distance before thu last of tho iron which covered his bronst drop WhitostonofN Y ped to tho ground Dispatch Â¬ Â¬ Will make the present season at my farm and at Hardinsburg Hardinsburg April 12th and 13th 15th and 16th 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¬ Harry Wilkes Jr Holts Bottom Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting your patronage I am Respectfully C L HAWKINS MR PAGES SOFT SNAP 10 J1UU1UJ crime PriRtiri IIIUIIU TRADE I F I I E I Safe and Sure MARK That What Senator Allen Tlilnka It Though Ilrothcr Senator Dlmcnt Tho crusndo of Souutor Allen begun the other dny ngniust tho privilogos granted to ouo Pngo who keeps a j WHITE T CROSS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Valuable Find After years of study nnd labor thero has at last been discovered n sure nnd neverfailing remedy It has been tested on patients who have despaired of ever being cured the results have been in every case wonderful GrofTs Rheumatic Cure is unequaled ns n positive remedy in all coses of Chronlcnnd Acuto Inflamntory Rheumatism Gout Lum- Â¬ especinlly Neuralgia bago Sciatica Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmonorrhcea nnd all kindred affections It is also n valu Â¬ able Mood Purifier being especially use ful iu Eczemn Psoriasis Scrofula all Glandulai Enlargements and diseases ol the Liver nnd Kidneys It is absolutely freo from nil narcotics Suvero attacks aro rolieved fu from ono to three days and a positive cure effected iu from five to eighteen dnys For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LUCK FOR THE BATTENBERGS Â¬ Â¬ The Hoy Are All Doing Pint Rate Thank You Just at Till Writing Fortuuo is onco moro looking favor nbly upon tho Dattonbergs A movemout is afoot in Bulgaria to place Princo Joseph upon tho tlirouo occupied for a fow brief years by his gifted brothor Aloxnnder and as tho present ruler is rapidly losing his popularity which was nover great tho chango is not nt all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ improbable Josophs brother Henry tho husband of Princess Bontrice has been agnln rccoived into high fnvor by Qnoen Victoria his mothur-iu-lnwhom ho had offended by fnuciod slights upon her daughter Today we learn that the British nd miralty has adopted an invention by Princo Louis Battmiborg who is au offi cer iu tho royal navy Last year as recorded iu Tho Sun ho devised a now tomaphoro for signaling aboard ship which however did not tum out to bu of much practical use His 6ocoud In vention described ns nrourso indicator hits hnd a better fato Tho admiralty n tho lcsult uf exhaustive trials has irdered that tlio flagships bnttloships nud cruisers bo fitted with it Many ex perienced naval oflicurs reported adversely upon this cuunq indicator on the ground that it was calculated to cugon Jer carelessness among uavigatiug officers but tho priucns iutlueiico naturalNow York Suus Euro ly provnilcd pcati Letter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dllaiire Concert Au extraordinary coucort nnd ball took placo last week iu tho Hungarian town of Tel ues var Tho nudionce listen ed by means of telephones distributed around tho room to n military orchestra playing iu tho town of Arad duots nnd songs iu Szeged In n chorus by n glee olub nt Sznbndkn nud popular songs by eolobrnted artists iu throo theaters of Budapest A quartet at Arad was as dis tinctly heard ns tho Rnkouzy rnaroh tolophoncd from Szegodin Finally tho young pooplo present dnncod for hours to niusio alternately plnyed in nil throo towns A Lone Â¬ Â¬ Tlioiisaiids ot An Antl Antltuxlne Crtuuule Opposition to the use of the autitox BRADFIELDS Â¬ REGULATOR FEALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fci ino treatment for diphtheria has already takou au organizod form iu England A deputation headed by Lord Coloridgo has protested to tho authorities against its uho iu tho hospitals ou the ground that publlo money ought not to bo de votod to experiments In poyriiology Dr Bells Tine Tar Honey is dillercn froui all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the Inflammation and giving tone strength vigor and vitality to tlio respiratory organs Guaranteed and for Haynes Cloverport rale by Short M Di R II McMullln McDanloUj Meyer A Co Buras A Taylor Roaetta WE Brown Jrvington Ky A A Rlchsrdsou Garfield Ky A R Morris Dig SpringKy W O Moorman Glen- deano Ky I Sherron Bros Co Kirk Ky lloww BooU UareUnwurg Ky restaurant in tbo untiounl cnpitol will no doubt be npproointod along tbo shores Thoe Who Hate Grulal Memorlea of the bf the Plntto howovor it may bo on tho Old Ileaort Are In Kvery Clime loft hank of tho Potomac San Francisco has lost ouo of hor fow Tho Nobrnska souutor says thnt Mr distinctions Thu Cliff Hcuso was not Pngo occupies freo of rout sovou or an architectural marvol but thoso riok eight of tho host rooms iu tlio Rplondid ety walls wcro redolent f tho happy building four being devoted to tho dis generous easy going spirit nf the old pensing of food to hungry sountors thnt Califomlan It was a tolerant uupnri the government through tho sonatua tanlcal city that had tlio Cliff for ouo of contingent fuiid pays for ovory stovo its chlof attractions Probably no resort nud rnnge iu the kitchon nnd every othof exactly tho samo kind could wiu such er nrticlo of kitchen furnituro It pnys a reputntiou now but in tho old dnys for ovory pound uf fuol used iu Mr ns tho Pngos cooking for nil bis lights nnd tho Cliff House wns ns fnmous Yosemito or ns tho senls of which it oven for all tho ico tho lnttcr nlono to wns uncertain whether thoy or the house tho tuuo of nbout 300 a mouth Last gnlnod tho moro colebrity from tho asyoar ns Mr Allen is informed tbo loo sociation nud tho governbill wns over WhoudistiuguishcdEtrangcrs used to ment also paid t000 for wushiug Mr Pngos tako in tho lions of San Francisco tho rooms nud ulcnning his carpets Iu look placo was oven poorer iu architectural lug over tho bills for 1803 Mr Allen attraction thnu it is uow Thero were fouud n purchnso ou ono dny of 170 no buildings thut would drnw a second ynrds of nsmitistcr enrpctnud 100 ynrds glanco in any eastern or Earopoau olty of other carpet for tho restaurant nt But tho visitor to tho Cliff Houso wns 3 SO per ynrd put dowu making 0b0 not looking for masterpieces Ho wns for thnt itom nlono A fow yoars ngo looking for n good timo nnd he got it tho kitchon wns remodoled nud fixod up nnd spread tho famo of it abroad Tho aud the bill wns 1000 paid by tho now Cliff Houso will bo n moro magnifigovernment Iu addition to tho annual old but it Is intorost ou that sum roprosoutod in tho cent struoturo tbau tho safo to say that it will not bo rosponsi permnuont Uxturos tho government bio for so ninny geuinl momories in every pays it appears fully f 700 a month Sou Franolsco Ex cornor of tbo enrth for what is consumed in tho form of ico aminor fuol lights nud so on or nbout 3000 a yoar Patent Office Now Dp to Date As to the pricos which Mr Pago was For tho first timo iu 15 years the nblo to Ox with such concessions tho Unitod States patent oftlco finds itself Populist senator bad littlo to eny this wook up to dato with its work I hnvono fault whntover to find with This menus thnt iu nil of its 33 exam ining divisions tbo work is in such a his prices although I soo boofstcnk costs condition that n new application filed a dollar and somo odd conts thoro whilo today will bo aotod upon its merits the samo quality of steak in my sootion within 80 dayB and an nmendment filed of tho country enn bo bought aud cookod today will recoivo nttoutiou within two for 25 or 80 conts It goos up to f 4 with woeks Ouo yoar and n hnlf ngo tho moro trufflos 1 do uot know what trufllos nro importnut nnd busiest branches of tho but au ordinnry portorhouso boofstonk with trufllos costs f 4 offlco wero moro than ten months bo Of course Mr Altons resolution of hind hand Ono year ago 27 divisions wero moro than a mouth in arrears 12 inquiry ou this subject did uot moot wcro moro thau two months aud soven with general approval Mr Halo pre Â¬ mising thnt Mr Pago was n citizen of moro thau throo mouths behind band Mnino said thnt Mr Allen hnd found a Tho oflico forco lias not boon iuoreased nor has tho number of npplicauts fallen maro8 nest that instead of being a mine of wealth tbo rostaurant yloldod off Tho now applications nvorngo be tween 700 nud 800 a wcok und tho so littlo profit with its rostrictod patron ago that it had always been hard to get number of nmondmonts nbout 1000 a good man to oonduct it Mr Hawloy Washington Star aud Mr Mauderson took about tho snmo Surprtaed Maker view of the nffnir and altogethor tho ohief practical uso of Mr Altons reTbo bakors of Port Huron Mich havo boon indulging in a bread war tbo searches may como horoafter iu Ne braska wbou ho tolls thoro the story of outcome of whioh has mightily them In their attempt to ruin eaoh tho ico the axminstor and tho truffles New York Sun other they finally cut dowu tho prico of S cout loaves of broad to 2 cents aud THE MASTERS theu it became n question which of them would go uudor But tho pooplo The Sale of 1111 Priced Pictures Not B of tho town nil stopped doing thoir owu Great Lait Year aa In 1893 baking and bought bakers bread the The official record of last yoars plo is thnt all tho bakors are result of which soosou at that waking money at 2 ocuts a loaf aud tnro sales shows rooms the was udull one Loudou thoro U uo talk of going baok to tho old Christios Only SO pictures wero sold for 7000 price Now York Trlbuuo and upward compared with 20 iu 1808 Thoro wo iuuoh talk about tbo Bale of Pule Heat and Chirograph which Royuolds Lady Dotty Dohno Dr Bertlllon tho inventor of the nn was supposed to huvo brought 85600 thropomotrical system asserts that ho but it appears that tbo pieturo was roal lias discovered n new process for ideniu Lord Carliugford sold Sir tifying handwriting It is basod on tho ly bought famous pioturo of Tho La measurement beatings of tho pulso Joshuas dies Waldcgravo for 70000 privately which nro said to havo iu ovorybody a Tho Dutch pictures realized tho best different and charaot eristic effect on prices iu 18UU but in 1804 tbo earlier handwriting Tho luvcntor eularged Uritiah mastora took the first plaoc specimens by plmJugrnphy till tho letters Tho highest prico of the yoar 33000 woro a foot high nud thon tbo charac was paid for a Raphael Next camo a scon teristic marks wero Constable for 81000 A Gainsborough landscape sold for 18000 wblob bad A Sure Sign cost 9030 in 1870 aud a Reynolds A How do yon know that Malor boa bought In 1870 for 4010 uow realized como iu for a fortuuo 98200 Modorn works declined in B Why formerly pooplo always many cases A Rosoetti sold for 2 100 Mil hu wu crazy Now thoy say bo ia which cost 4810 In 1802 A Faed fell Lustigo Blatter original from 4 POO In 1888 to 3410 Two t works by Leightoa which realized Tli Julcal rredlgy 3050 aud 2880 la 1802 sold for It strikes ne that be baa a good 1850 eaoh- deal nf nssuranco to call himself a boy New line of laditta belt buckles as Â¬ pianist He must be all ef 25 Guess hq is bptbe plays like a boy sorted colors at Cabbages for 15 cents Iudinnapoli Journal each of 9 THE LOST CLIFF HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tJ Feninle Tablets n true Female lleg ulntor Gunrnn Â¬ tceil or money reWIilto Cross funded Rlt does not keep them nddresa lOIIOXGlE MO ST tj lf your Drnp Price 8300 R R LOUIS Louisville St Louis Texas Co 24 TIME SCHEDULED IsTO Taking Effect M 600 oclck A H Sunday Dec 30f IS94 Wet Bound Train 63 Mall 4 Hxpri Kxpra Katt Bound Train STATIONS Jtxprs Dally 00pm 12 45 1 Mall M Hxpr Dally 8 30pm Dally Dally 630pm 7 30im 6 45 74 7 25 IvUnn 730 7 8 25 8 28 47 765 804 813 8 21 8 38 8 45 8 65 845 853 9 9 9 0 9 10 10 9 02 Dll 830 19 30 Wert Point 1125 Howard 12U2im nock Haven 1147 Lonif Uranch HSU Brandenburg 1131 1122 Ekron 1114 Gutton Irvlngton Lodlburg Pierce Sample ptar Kentucky St 815 735 7 30 714 707 658 6 48 4 3J 47 Webtcr 900 909 914 917 6 1105 10 69 1049 10 41 9 28 9 31 00 U 1014 1020 1033 10 S9 Stephentport Addlton Holt Cloverport Shop 1037 1028 10 23 1020 10 C6 630 614 606 557 663 645 6 6 6 6 4 943 964 1002 1007 1012 1018 10 35 1048 1069 1109 1114 1119 1125 1133 1145 1163pm 1060 1102 1109 U19 1125 12 1115 6 pm 1218 1223 12 27 1235 12 42 1253 1269 1143 1266am Hawevllle Petrle falcon Cyce Lewriport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngiy Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Iteads Spottsvllle Sklllmn 100 948 9S7 919 913 9 05 8 40 9 29 9 23 40 36 24 21 509 69 4 51 4 45 4 42 4 36 4 20 4 08 4 00 3 47 3 41 3 37 3 30 3 23 830 817 60 7 68 70 7 42 8 09 1210am ilasetts 1 15m arHendersn 734 lv 720am 316 310 265pm Hs Inn for 1805 Have you Ilonowcd your Siibcrip L L St IT Ry Fordsvfle 24 Branch TIME TABLE No TAKING Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 6 Nol 11 EFFECT WeitBound Trains DEO 30 1894 Bast Bound Trains DaUy Daily ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No t 10 10am Lv Irvlneton Ar 9 20am STATIONS 1205pm 1221 1268 60 Garneld llarned Hardinsburg Olendeane 110 121 1 Jolly Kirk 8 7 7 7 10 60 30 00 660 35 165 230 Kockvale 242 Ruth 261 Aaklni 301 Oaks 340pro ArFordavilleLv Demiiter arPallsIloughly 6 30 6 20 600 6 27 616 60 4 4 60 3Uro BE CURED 5U1SME assure the sick and suffering a perraanent cure at their homes at a that I Lblngly low Thousands are availingTaston selves ol thla golden opportunity andthem Â¬ dreds ol testimonials are on file snowinghun the efficacy ol the treatment known special lit alter years o study has so perfected bli system of mall treatment that he can now pRAPPISMAN the widely itT All Chronic Dis Â¬ eases Treated CATARRH DCAFNIII RONCMIAU AND IUNQ TROUSltaHtARTSTOU oiaiAitiipiiipavriTs MIRVOUa CH IIVCD AND BOWCL aaiN oiaiAaia KXHAUariON P MATiail AND NEURAlQIAi rhcu- - rtHtu DisrAita Quick and permanent cures guaranteed new treatment lor riLKS ana ULCKKS 4 Young or old men suffering from kionky aiADDIR URINARY OlStASH BLOOO POISON actually re Â¬ stored to vigor health and happiness Dr Appleinan has assoclatedwith him a full IS ol expert specialists who carefully aon niiT The best and most scientific treatment for SfiPoxMueoii cdiea 573 and raBBt Treatment furnished at the low rata U 2 TO 3 PER MONTH Write us freely and fully and enclose stamp for symptom bleak No I Catarrh No a ref Wee NojFer wemM Addres THCAPPLEMAN MEDICINE CO mail C ldr each case and prepare the proper t JO opinion Consultation lF 430 ST - CWCAO HU Children Cry for The V Ash PltchtrtCastorla Reyl S Qoyt Reports Baking WOMEN IN DOUBT TJhJW Pw4r PENNYROYAL WAFERS 1117 W WJX Kfw tf 13 4f THE BREOKENRIDGK NJWS GIaOVElRFORT KY Awarded Highest HonorsWorld Pall S I Shannon was liero Friday W V Bowmer went to Hardlnsburg Sunday I urday night David Murray of Salt Lake City Utah is in tho city Sam Gilbert of Stcphcnsport was in townSaturday Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer were In Hardlnsburg Monday VDavid Duncan has gone to Branden Â¬ burg to work on tho Messenger Rev 8 G Shelly went to Owcmboro MOST PERFECT MADE yesterday to attend tho Sam Jones meet Â¬ A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free ing Vom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant fs the Mrs Ydung of MorganfJold 40 YEARS THH STANDARD guest of her daughter Mrs C B Skill Notice to Subscribers man If The date on the libel Indicate the time to Miss Nellie Beverley went to Owens-Â¬ W which your subscription It paid This aervea both aa a receipt -- n expiration notice eyery boro Saturday night to visit relathrsnnd week Kxamlne the date printed after Tour name on the margin of thin paper and see If It la friends correct If not correct please to let ua know If Mr Chas Masterson of Lonlsport jour time haa expired please renew at once spent Sunday in tho city the guest of friends Breckenridge News Harry Baldwin of Paducah Ky spent a few hours here Friday tho guest of E WEDNESDAYMAY 22 1895 A Klssam Miss Mayme Young of Evansville LOCAL BREVITIES Ind is visiting her sister Mrs C B Skillman Ice cream freezers Crnfton Cunningham and wife Sulzers of Chenault were In the city Saturday Wheat fa quoted at 75 cents in Louis shopping rviUe Henry Head of Henderson attended Win Tindie and wife were in town tho Social given by the Misses Bowmer Saturday Friday evening Miss Lula Sawyer has returned from f Mr George Hook was at Hardlnsburg Louisville Monday and reported that the fly had Footwear the scarons latest ideas entered his wheat Snlzors Frank Carter of Irvlngton spent sev- Â¬ Miss Resale May is visiting her father eral days with his parents Mr and Mrs near Webster J T Carter last week Miss Anna Murray daughter of Logan Mr Louis Holmes of Louisville was Murray of Louisville is in tho city vis Â¬ In the city Monday Miss Judith Taul left Monday for Kan Â¬ iting Mr and Mrs D R Murray Misses Blanche Moseley and Lena sas to visit relatives Payne accompanied by Mr R A Smith The pension of Jesso II Weathcrholt of Stephensport were In tho city Griday has been renewed and increased Sam Jones is in Owensboro and hes Only a few more screen doors left knocking tho devil out of sinners down leave your order early Sulzers there at the rate of twenty fivo a day Bring your Courier Journal pictures Mr and Mrs A B Skillman spent and have them framed Sulzers Sunday and Sunday night with the Hon William Miller at his home near Har-Â¬ Ronney Kenfrow of fenlphur Springs dlnsburg vieited friends Saturday and Sunday Childrens service next Sunday at 11 Messrs Vic Robinson and Jos Dean oclock at the Elm Street Methodist of Rock Vale were in town Monday An interesting programmo Is church Miss Nellie Burks of Holt was tho being A collection will be prepared guest of the Misses Murray last week taken for needy Sunday schools and for Mr Wnllaco Skillman has returned education Everybody invited from a visit to Webster and Hardins Have your old machines repaired by a burg man who gives you a good guarantco and Cheap choice and charming are our understands bis trade Call at my office spring Btyles of millinery Mrs H V and see some of my work Needles and Dunran shuttles for all machines always on hand Capt William Wcatherholt went to My oil is tho best L H Scherer Charllo Oelze was setting out tobacco Owensboro Saturday to attend the Jones plants Monday with a full force of hands meetings Light Brahma eggs for sale Felch It may not have been cold in that field but to a man driving on the pike he felt 100 for 15 Mns John Nevitt strain as if he would freeze It tak s pluck Irvlngton Ky and hard work to raise tobacco in these Ones eyes linger long over our bats goldbug times they are beauties and so cheap Mrs l Strawberries largo and luscious and II V Duncan served to tho Queens taste is what the Every day more new goods are arriving News enjoyed last Sunday over at Waldo sec new ideas in dress goods depart Â¬ Simons Waldo has one of tho hand Â¬ ment Sulzers somest farms in Tobins bottom is pros- Â¬ - JlJJU 4 Ernest Gregory spent several days last perous and happy and always at home xveck with his narents Mr and Mrs to his Kentucky friends J D Gregory The Ladies Missionary Society of tho Miss Lucy McGavock county spent Baptist church this city will nive a several days with Miss Eliztbeth Skill- - strawberry and ico cream suppor Tues-Â¬ day evening May 28 in Shorts vacant man last week It is not what you pay it is what it storeroom theThe proceeds go for the parsonage All are invited benefit of payB you to buy your hats from me to attend Mrs II V Duncan Remember it always pays you tn buy In order to closo out onr etock of tho best We can show you mora ad- Â¬ picture moulding wo will frame pictures vantages in both machine and nttach at cost this week Sulzers meuta than any other agents Our have JoTin V Ahl of Evansville Ind and ball bearings which makes the No 9 the John D Dowell Falls of Sinking were lightest running simplest and most dur- Â¬ visiting James II Johnson Sunday able machine on the market No phuttle UClint Addison of Henderson spent to wear out about it Tho No 9 is the Sunday here tho guest of one of our womans delight We sell on easy pay- Â¬ most charming young ladies G w ss ments liberally discounting for cash Corn corn chops corn hearts cholco Old machines taken in as part pay L meal cream meal wheat brant for sale II Scherer Agt by Henderson Homing Mills Hender Â¬ GARFIELD son Ky If you dont want to buy anything What baa become of our nth peddler come and see others buy Come in and seo how we have pressed down prices Miss Mary McCoy was in town Satur- Â¬ Sulzers day Obituary notices and resolutions of E Hall of Ekron was in town one day respect inserted at 5 centa a line Par- Â¬ this week ties sending In these notices will Rev H 0 Truman visited relatives mind here this weok lln F N DHuy went to Cincinnati J II Moredock attended church at Sunday to attend tho Commencement of Bethel Sunday Walnut Hill Institute and see her daugh- Â¬ Mr Charlie Mattingly lost a fine Jer Â¬ ter Miss Lynna graduate sey cow last week S G Shelly will preach at Holt on tho Mr and Mrs Ahmand Board went to first Sunday instead of tho fourth Sun Â¬ Olovorport Saturday day that being childrens day at the Mr Harrington of Custer has rented Elm Street Methodist church the Simmon property The Misses Bowmer gave a very de Â¬ The cut worms destroyed twenty acres lightful entertainment last Friday Nearly all tho cases on the criminal evening In honor of their guests Miss of corn for Clarence Board docket at the present term were contin- Â¬ Rev H OTruman went to Owensboro Head of Henderson and Mies Young of ued Tho caso against Swink for the Saturday to hear the Rev Sam Jones MorganQeld murder of Ollie Burch was taken up on The fret ze of last week and tho cut- Â¬ Wednesday last and occupied Misa Lynna DHuy graduates at the nearly all Â¬ Walnut Hills Institute Cincinnati to- Â¬ worms have destoyed about all tho gar of three days of the Court There were morrow Thursday The Nkws acknow Â¬ dens a large number of witnesses sworn on Mies Mannle and Katie Board aro visÂ¬ ledges receipt of Invitation and extends both sides and all tho details of the kill iting their aunt and cousin Mrs A L ing were thoroughly brought out congratulations Swink Read In Louisville shot Burch on a Sunday morning in last Mrs Molllo Webb Talbott died in Mr and Mrs Tom Gregory visited the Octobor while he was on bis way from Leitchfleld May 15 at the home of her family of Mr Joe Claycorob near Irving Mooloyvlllo to his home Burch had daughter Mrs Llzzlo Moorman aged 03 ton KatiTrday aud Sunday been to Mooleyvillo to get a bottle of A moie extended notice of her life and There will not be a half crop of tobac- Â¬ whisky for his wife who was sick About death will be given next week Many co planted in this neighborhood m J E Keith erected a monument to of the farmers have not sold their last fourmileafroraMooleyvllleheandSwink met Swink had been to Roberts to the memory of Giles Parker at Hardlna- - years crop trade guns with a man by the namo of burg last week He says It is the largest Milam was not at home and Milam and finest monument ever erected to Getting Swink started back home polorcd man in this iythe memory of a down into the hollow he said he first disease by the timely use of got within about Jge for sale from pure bred fowls Tutts Liver Pills an old and saw Burch when he He said Butch ad Â¬ twenty feet of him Light Brabmas Buff Cochins Silver favorite remedy of increasing vanced on him and he shot him There gpaagled Hamburg White Leghorn were no witnesses tothe killing 8wluk ttrowu Leghorns Rett Caps and B Ply Â¬ popularity Always cures and Burch bad had come trouble a few mouth Rocks LhuklIIoldkh Clo days previous to the killing but nothing Yrprt Ky eiainied self defease but Â¬ sour stomach malaria indiges- serious Swinkbe prosecution was that the theory of The tion torpid liver constipation Swink bad planned the murder and 9 baking pewthf placed kluweli in the road and aa Burch and all bilious diseases 1 am pur 0r so earnd up feed upoa him unawares Both migpMCM the Itoml A large balk entered the HM W tfKtT CREAM Sam Bishop of Webster was In town last week J H Phelon went to Ortensboro Sat Â¬ BAKING POWMR T u r A please-bear-thisl- number of witnesses wcro examined on both sides Their statements wcro prin cipally touching tho character of tho two L H W TIME TABLE men Chapezo Wathcn Owensboro asÂ¬ O0IHO WEST sisted Mr Chelf in the prosecution I Passenger tlatlj arr HardlmbarglM2 pm It Murray nnd Gus Brown were for the OOIRO liST defense The jury took the case Friday Paneoger Dally arr HarJIniburg 7 10 aro and were discharged on Satunlay being unablo to ngreo upon a verdict Nine J A Witt wants wool go andscohlm wero for two years in the penitentiary Mrs RG Gardener returned homo and two for acquittal last week Cure for Headache Cheap goods can be bought with wool at J A Witts As A remedy fur all forms of Headache Mr Cicero Blaln of Montana was hero Electric Bitters has proved to bo tho very best It effects a permanent cure a few days last week Rev W W Lambuth of Falls of and tho most dreaded habitual sick head Â¬ aches yield to Its Influence Wo urge all Rough was here Monday who are aillicted to procure a bottle and Godfrey Haswcll has tho contract for give this remedy a fair trial In cases of painting the school house habitual constipation Electric Bitters Wool wool wool havo you any cures by giving the needed tono to the Then tako it to J A Witt bowels and few cases long resist tho use Mrs Lula Atwell has returned from a of this medicine Try it once Largo visit to Mrs Julius Hardins bottles only Fifty cents at A R Fishers Mies Jacle Owen Glcndeane was hero Drug store Monday visiting Miss Eva Htston GUSTON Bring your wool to J A Witts atrd get cheap goods and pay your debt Miss Helen Pollock is visiting friends Mr E D Guffey of tho Hartford Ky at Ekron bar was here last week attending court Pierce Harduy of Bowlej vllle was in L Mrs Jane Gardner went to Owensboro town on business Monday Miss Susio Anderson of Haysvlllc was Monday to attend the Sam Jones meet- Â¬ ings in town Saturday ou business Mies Minnie LeGrand spent Saturday All may charm all may please if ar Â¬ rayed In dainty stylish suits sold by J afternoon and Sunday with Mrs Arrio A Witt Anderson Rev S K Breeding went to Simpson Mrs Gabe Meadow son aud daughter vllle Monday to remain soveial days vis Â¬ of Big Spring were guests of Mrs Geo iting his sister J Neff Friday Mifses Ida and Edith Shumate of Hill The remains of Judgo W A Barton were brought here from Louisville last Grove wero calling on friends here Saturday afternoon week for Interment Robt Craycroft who has been visiting Dr Burgess tho Presbyterian minister from Cloverport preached at the M E in Hardlnsburg returned to his homo church last Sunday night near Big Spring Saturday We regret to bear that Chas E Bryant Mr and Mrs Percy Beard and Mrs Thomas Withers united with the M E of Brandenburg Is sick at Dallas Texas wish him a speedy recovery church South last Sunday Mrs L W Adkisson and daughter tSherifTS A Pato has made no appoint ment to fill tho place of his deputy John Miss Clara wero guests of Mr and Mrs P Tucker who resigned last week T E ConnlffSunday evening Mrs Caleb Hawkins of Hardlnsburg Suits that touch every net d plain practical and stylish The price well spent Saturday and Sunday with hor parents Mr and Mrs B A Hardaway youll say its right wnen we tell you J A Witt Mcsdamcs Adelia Cracroft of Salem neighborhood and Mrs Itena Anderson A full lino of everything fine coffees molasses bacon lard In fact everything of Haysville called on Misa Rose Z Call and see my Morris Friday needed in a family stock T C Lewis Mr and Mrs Leo Yates and Miss Mat Miss Emily Munford was visiting hero tie Farrell returned to Louisville Sunday last week She is interested in the pros- Â¬ evening after a pleasaut visit to B A ecution against tho contractor who is Hardaway and family charged with burning her dwelling house Mr and Mrs Geo J Neff and chil- Â¬ near Irvlngton dren Dr A A Baxter wife nnd little The Commissioners sale of a houso Elsie aud Miss Rose Morris spent Sunday and lot in Cloverport to B Bohler was afternoou at Sulphur Spring set aside and defendant Pool allowed to lMisses Mary Blandford nnd Blanche take the property by giving bond for Jolly accompanied by Overton Stanford of Bowleyvillo parsed through here purchase money and cost Saturday morning en route to Branden- Â¬ Dr Milton Board and Miss Isabolla Miller were married last Wednesday burg G E Smith who has been engaged in evening atGp m at the residence of the brides father Mr Matthias Miller the insurance business in Cincinnati re- Â¬ turned Wednesday and will locate here Rev S K Breeding officiating jXho Catholics have anew bell for their Ho aud his young wife will go to house- Â¬ church here Tho purchase was made keeping in the near future Mrs Madeline Yates of Paducah Ky by the pastor Rev Father Gabe The bell weighs about 1500 pounds and can accompanied by her daughter-in-labe heard at a great distance It Is deÂ¬ Mrs Leo Yates and two children of signed for the new church which they Louisville arrived here Friday to visit Mr and Mrs B A Hardaway are soon to erect One of our young ladies received a bas Â¬ Charles B Skillman of Cloverport ket of cholco fruit from one of our gallant served his first week in court as a mem Â¬ Ho has boys who is now in Loulsvillo ber of the grand jury That body ap- Â¬ not forgotten tho girl of his early youth pointed Mr Skillman their sheriff and oven though surrounded by pretty maids he mado himself quite efficient in that in tho noted city capacity during tho week Tho party given at Philly Webbs Judgo McBeath camo over to court Hajsville in honor of Miss Susio Ander- Â¬ through the country horse back last son was quite a success all report a large week The Judge is fond of horse back crowd and unusually pleasant time riding and going through tho country Thoso attending from this vicinity were shaking hands with the people has had Mrs Arrio Anderson Mies Minnie Le Â¬ much to do with keeping him on the Grand Messrs Carl Kogin T E Pollock bench for three consecutive terms Court Allen Stlth and George Smith will wind up its business about Friday UMrs L W Adkisson assisted by her John Farmer charged with assaulting daughter Miss Clura and son Kyle en- Â¬ his littleglrl sometlmo last winter near tertained the following guests Friday Cloverport was fined125 Daniel Thorn ovening Messrs Flaherty Paynesville hill charged with detaining a woman Dr and Mrs A A Baxter Miss Roeo was acquitted The cose against Riciard Morris Mr and Mrs G E Smith and Music was tho feature of Co was dismissed on motion Geo Smith Bandy of the Commonwealths Attorney Char- Â¬ the evening les Ratlmer and Henry McDowell wero Gentlemen Mr Will Skillman has fined 0250 for violating the local option had so ro eyes for years He has tried law in the Rock Vale district The many doctors and remedies and has grand jury adjourned Saturdry morning always failed to get relief until wo sold and returned but few Indictments Jack him a tubo of Sutherlands Eagle Eyo Williams and wife colored were indict- Â¬ Salve which cured him inside of one ed for murdering a woman at Glendeane week Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey sells The case was continued until October well and cures Respectfully O O and the parties remain in jail M Meyer Co Davis forgot that ho was a member of January 15 1895 Buras Ky the grand jury that indicted Swink and Sutherlands Eagle EyeSalve has done allowed himself to be put on the jury to a great deal more for me than can bo try tho casoin tho Circuit Court When told by pen W II Skillman tho judge found out that Mr Davis had Buras Kt been in tho grand jury he was anything To Whom It May Concern else but pleased and discharged Mr Notice U hereby etren that Mr Percy Hop- Â¬ Davis Jnstanter per li no longer representing Tie Ilreeken not be held In any way reiponilble for debti ountracted by htm on and after May 20 Notice It given tbut Mr A Heron Is now the Company Superintendent at Cloverport HARDINSBURG NOTICE Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday tho 17th day of June 1805 It being n regular County Court day I or ono of my deputies will sell for taxes duo for tho years IS and 18JI at the Court houso door in Hardlnsburg Ky tho following described property to wlt 71H acres of land In Mag District No a listed by John V Ahl for ycara iSgJ nnd iSx See deed book 41 pjc 557 Taxea and cost 6 8 150 acres of lam In Mag District No a listed by Mary J Ahl for 18914 See deed book T page joi Taxea and cost One lot In District No 1 In the City of Cloverport on Murray Aye listed by W II Divenport for year 1S91 8 2 Now Dont You Forget TO It STOP TO DAY AND HAVE Taxea andcost loo acres of land by J Agnew In District No a listed by Andrew Hawkins for yeara 18914 Taxea and cost One lot In the town of Hardlnsburg list- Â¬ ed by Klchard Jones for the years Taxes and cost One lot In the City of Cloverport listed by Mary Iooncy lor the yeara 1893 4 Taxea and cost Twenty five acres of land in Mag DIs trlct No J by V A West listed by Charlea Stephens for the yeaia 1S934 Taxea And cost One lot In the city of Cloverport listed by Mary Watklns for the yeara 1S9V4 Seo deed book No 37 page 6jiTaxes 5 40 S 55 THIS ORDER FILLED Ive OOfTMNT II S ll4 So been looking through your wardrobe lo day and you 4 50 are needing a lot of things for Summer wear Get you half a dozen shirts liko Mr Polk was showing mo 4 So andcost 4 10 One lot In the town of Custer by Geo I larncd listed by Walter Grandee for the years 18914 Taxes andcost 1 0 Thirty acres of land by M Carter InMag District Nu 5 listed by Frank John son for yeara 18914 Taxes and cost 4 so loo acres ot land In Mag District No 5 by M Hnyalty Sec deed book No H PKeSHi listed by Julius Ieslus key for year 1S91 Taxes and cost 310 Fifty two acres of land by James Carman In Mag District No 5 listed In the name of ohn M fools heirs tor ear 18914 Taxes and cost 47c Two acres of land In Mag District No by Jas Snider Sec deed book No 34 page aSS Halted by John S Tool for yeara 1891 4 Taxea an J cost 655 Twenty acres of land by J It Dranc in Mag District No J listed by Jesse Gray for years 1891 4 Taxea and cost 5 40 TwcntY sIx acres of land bYT LeGrand in jth Mag District listed lv Thomas Duncan for Years 1S9j4 Taxea and cost 6 05 00 acres of land by Jno File in the jth Mag District by Manoih Itasham for the year 1S9 4 Taxes and cost 6 61 Seventy five acres of land by J F Car Â¬ man In Mag District No 5 listed by Kllxabeth Carmans hclra for the years 1891 4 Taxes and cost 4 40 100 acres of land by O Chyne In the 5th Mag District listed by Freeborn G Jackson for the year 1S94 Taxea and 1 yesterday they wcro somo Outing shirts in pink light blue and Eolid colore and also in fancy stripes I think tho striped ones look the best You will also need somo lighter underwear Ask him to show you thoso cool light airy ones and you had better get a light straw hat they look so cool and nice Somo of thoso seamless hose and a pair of Tun Shoes they aro so stylish you know n Dont forget a new Tio and a dozen collars and whilo and order H you aro their look for somo Shoes for the children the groceries also Its so nice to have a place to trade at liko SULZERS J O NOLTE Assignee -- They keep everything a housekeeper needs a ISJ Forty acres of land by J I Carter In the jth Mag District listed by Cyrus Carter for the year of 1891 Taxes cot 7 SS rllge Co Limited and therefore they ein liii It H0LMYARD aenera Manager Breckinridge Co Limited FOR SALE On June 15 tl lit 2 p m I will tell the property cfJoitpb MoPhenon defeated on the premltei to the hlgheit bidder in loll to One third caah balance In alt purchases one andtwo yean with 0 per cent Interest eml annually payable at Breckenridge Bank ThU property U situated In lower Cloverport and consists of 9 room dwelling and IOOiJOO feet of ground one iquare from builnen center Tbli I by the with of the Ilelri fe v OWENS PINK MIXTURE Arrest rOR TCITHINA CHILDREN PERFECTLY HARMLESS year uiJ for 10 Flak by thotuands of aetners Millar never Tall torsHvscJWrsaoi all Teething Troubles Ptak MUwr becaoaa u I kaewa to contils t4ua or ottier m4aaoua aa orur Writ or clrcuUu tit SeM Vf aH Healers In Doctor SICK HEADACHE wmct Worlds Fnlr Tests ctfMf gri 28e and see CO emta Owmbaro A Ky FWFL8YB TUTTS Liver PILLS gold by SHORT HAYNS8 and cost a 85 Forty fUe acres of land by Isaac Carter InMag District No 5 listed by IIu bard Adams for the year iS Taxes and cost 4 4j Seventy nine aores of land by Thomas Gray in Mag District No j listed by Ihoebe K Leslie for the yeara 1891 4 Taxes and cost S9S Sixty acres o land by Lewis Ilatrln Mag District No 5 listed by John Lyon for the years 1891 4 Taxes and cost 64s Two acres of land by Thomas Uutler In Mag District No 5 listed by Alonzo Auberry lor the years 1891 4 Taxes cost 4 S Forty hve acres of land by 1 honiaa Car- Â¬ man in Mag District No 5 listed in the name ol Hell Ienicka hairs for the yeara 1891 4 Taxes and ccsta 3 60 Forty acres tf land by Thomas Smith In May District No 5 listed by Win II Whltworth for years 1S91 4 Taxes and cost 7 05 Forty four acres of land by ItM Wilson in Mag District No 1 listed by Itobt Moredock lor year 1804 Taxes and cost 4 oj an acres of land by II Smith In Mag District No s listed by Jennie Duncan and sister for the years 1S91 4 Taxes andc ot so 17 Fifty acres of land by C Iteldlc In the id Mag District lltted by Harriett A Smith for the year 1S94 Taxea and cost jo 97 100 acres of land by I Kcenan in Mag District No a listed tyJIenry T 1aul 8 jj for lha years 1893 4 Taxes and cost One acre ofland by Mary Miller In the ad Mag District listed by John C Halt lor the jears 1893 4 Taxes and cost j 70 Sixty acres of land by 11 Wells In the 1st Mag District listed by Luther and John W Lyons for the years 181J 4 Taxes and cost 5 30 its acres ofland by MaryJIleavlninthe ad Mag District listed by Arthur S Mays fur the year iSaj Taxea and 6 6s cost One lot In Harncds Station listed by John S Lampton lor the year 1893 Taxes and cost 44 One lot In Itarneds Station listed by James Kedmond fur the year 1891 a 40 Taxea and cost 10S acres of land by Win Ilrulngton In the 1st Mag District listed by Henry Nicholson for the year 1S93 Taxes and cost 497 Fort slx acres of land In District No 4 lilted by Clay Hayes heirs In the years 1S93 4 see Com Deed book No 11 9 3 Taxea and coat One lot In Ilewlcyvllle and live acres of land In District No 4 listed by John Harrington In the years 1893 4 Ste deed book 45 page 71 and deed book Taxes and cost 11 15 44 page 124 Forty two acres of land In District No listed by W F Ilryant In the jenrs See deed book 44 page Its 1891 4 Taxes and cost 4 jj One lot In Clifton Mill and eighteen acres ofland in District No 4 listed by ANGIassgow in the year 14t See deed book 4I page 6 Taxis and cost 4 93 37 acres of land In District No 6 listed In the Year IS9 by Trainel Hcatty See deed book 3T page 406 and deed book 40 page 36s Taxea and cost aj 80 loo acres of land In District No 3 II ted N Ilasham In the Years by Henry lOj 4 See deed book 3 page 409 8 JJ A Taxes and cost Four acres of land In District No 3 listed by Wesley Kobertson In the Years I8UJ 4 Joining Crawford Itoberts on the west and James Wheeler tract on the cast Taxevand cost 643 One lot n Irvlngton In District No 4 listed by George Miller col in Jlie Years lWj 4 Taxes and cost 706 Forty acres of land In District No 6 list Â¬ ed by James U McOiad Yin the Year 8Q See deed book 38 page 6jo 6 0j Taxes and cost Forty acresof land bv JC Malllnglr In District No 6 listed by D N Taxes Mathews In the Year 1S9 and cost 1 4 9i loo acres ot land bv J Dellaven la Dis Â¬ trict No 6 listed bY C A Kskrldge In the Year 180 Taxes and cost 8 80 One lot Franks Mill In District No 6 listed bv Wm II Amies In the Year 1W Taxes and cost 4 14 F K K1IODKS Bx S B C BY W 8 CaT Kx D S B C CB Mit tia KI DSHC Teu Waea K D 8 H C Save Your Dollars By buying your Drugs Patent Medicines White Lead Linseed Oil Ready Mixed Paints Varnish Kentucky Paint Whisky Brushes Meade Pure County Apple Brandy from tfuV f A S Nevitt Gough WIIOIiSAIU AND KKTAII IDIEeTT GG ISTS BRANDENBURG KY Mail orders promptly rilled Prescriptions a specialty SHIP TO US The larcett Commission House In the South The moat liberal adTaa- facilities for irettinir- hlirli urlcea We sell to the Eaatern- factories and nave era nnd a a racKn iur- tne mioaie mans prow issue warenouse receipts ana aiuro iree 01 cuarirc r nlshed irceoxctiarira lotuose wno auin us neBoucit suinmenta 01 everviuinir in mc im- - WOOL WOOL auceiine No wniouaior price 319 315 317 319 Murrell Court LOUISVIUE Kf urnMnnNrADTra rn - v www - VVvvvt4ky that the w7 I K emeinber And make the on the market Irvington Milling Go Continue to buy your Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle SIlCCp Wo sell bait Hrick blilnKles Cement Done Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco Flour Meal and Mill Feed Fertilizers Corn Planters Hay Rakes Wheat Drills Stuilobaker and Old Hickory Wagons Buggies and Spring Wagons and tho only reliable Self IMnder and Mower Binder Twino etc with a guarantoo on each article Wo sell nothing but first class goods at at prices to suit times He member tho best is the cheapest in tho long run Your Inspection patronage and correspondence respectfully solicited w J A hr r m Piggott IRVINGTON MILLING CO b m Jeiiy iMVHvWiliitit CHINTZ ROYALTY Office over IRVINGTON KY IBt IM COUNTY SUEVETOE the Bask of Hardlnsburg Will atUad to any btutaeM in the line ot ttarveyisg Finding teat Hum aU Cerreeposdewe In regard to any boundaries of lasds lying in coreera a specialty Also a Notary Public and oan take the ackow Ureekearidge county solicited ldgttmetti of tkeda at time of surveying if parties deaire it Address at HardiMlwrf Ky JI WQWgr 1T 1 wri V JB W 7 iWHS wTt r Vjjr7SVtJ J IKlWMHgPW Fwrrwin p WJ AVHMVW HJWifHJ tiWpHIWP WVWfrT7 -rrr mmmmmmmmmmm nffW9HNnVinHIIIHHBVIHHiBIBinNnPHIflMlfllStnPVHr r7rrmryWwrVJry- wwcmiiig T WBB m 6 Highest of all in Leavening Tower Latest THR BRHOKRHRIDGK NKWS CUOVJFOHX KY US Govt Report Rov A F Dadlsman filled his regular appointment At tho Presbyterian church Tho reports cf the statistical corres Â¬ reuse Payne who has been attending Saturday night and Sunday Tho text ho pondence to tho clllco this month lias hoiti Unusually large And from these re- Â¬ school in Hardinsburg returned honin selected for ids Sunday sermon can bo found by turning to the fourteenth chap Â¬ turns 1 am jiisilliblo In faying Hint tho Friday Miss Ida Shumate of Hill Grove has ter of Romans twelfth verse which ho c indltion of ul crop lias advanced very greatly since Urn last report The weath Â¬ b en visiting Miss Mary Paul for a fiv handled very fl lently and with much forci er has been favorable lor groin and days Several of our young ladles and gentle Â¬ Mrs Kate Parttoe of Garnettsvllle is of all kinds and for all kinds of grasses Mrd men took a picasuro trip to tho Tar farm work and tho farmer is well ad vtfitllnrr Imr tiintlii1 Mm Hrltillf t o vanced in spring work Tlio prospiet Partloa was formerly of this place Springs Sunday to drink of tlio invigorating waters that nature has planted at for belter pries aro much bitter than and alio always gets a cordial welcotui Mrs P W Footo went to Guiton last thatplac Not being versed in chemistry last season quite a number of farmers I know not what medicinal parts tho havo engaged their wheat at threshing Monday trading OOLUMBIAS THCY ALMOST Monthly Crop Report BEWLEYVILLE Mfej l I DriVl Baking aaasssa Powder PURE M IT rur ABSOLUTELY News 22 1893 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ Breckenridge WEDNESDAY MAY Continued from page BLACKBURN Will Ellis said ho was not wanted until thero was a platform for him to Btand on Â¬ llhea and Ellis ero on tho reporters table demanded a loud Sit Ithea down voiced man and no There is no Sergeant-at-Arm- s man in this hall that can put mo down by God answered Ithea Ellis demanded to know If it was in order for a Democratic convention to declaro Democratic principles was tho Freo speech I No gag law cry for fifteen minutes while the Secre Â¬ tary was trying to take tho vote hy coun- Â¬ ties Tho delegates could not bo heard so they went to tho Secretarys desk and began to vote down the adjourning reso- Â¬ lution This being apparent Ithea and tho silver men let up in the noise Judse Reeves stood by tho chair coun- Â¬ seling and advising him Tho Secretary announced tho vote to he 101 against adjourning to 00 for it llhea was still on tho table and on tho announcement of tho vote the Chair recognized Mr Ithea Tho freo silver men had won There was quiet and or- Â¬ der Ilhea started on one of his characteristic speeches roasting tho opposition for being ashamed to sco tho man it had just nominated Ho referred to Mr Cleveland as tho alleged President and then Bpoko to tho silver plank in the resolutions ho had presented Call of counties was now ordered on voting for tho resolutions as a whole or separately and tho silver men again won by pretty much the same vote tho reso lutiona being ordered taken up as a 1 Â¬ Â¬ whole Mr Wheeler then moved that the resolutions bo adopted as a whole Tho opposition weakened and tiio resolutions were adopted unanimously by a viva voce vote Tho human raco is linblo todeUrlorato unless wo are moro temperate and more regular in our habits which as I Bild is tlmo at oU ci nts per bushel but many contrary to tho intention of an Almighty others aro holding and from presont tnless there is a check in intemperance prices they havo good prospects for real- Â¬ a change from tho present modo of living izing more money Tho report for wheat and a reform in dress tho human raco 0110 month ago was 00 today it stands will continue to degenerate till finally at DO percent an advance of 0 points There aro many diseases however to tho tail will grow out again Thero aro not the great minds in tho which it is liable in tho next thirty days world to day that thero onco were Tlio time for tho liy to show itself and Thero is no Websters now no Homers for rust tottriko il is just before ripen or Shakespeares And to come on dow n ing or just before harvest I will quote the literary world thero are very few the remarks from different parts of the State From the county of Christian Dr Tcnnysons or Iongfellows Had good rains pros- Â¬ Tho musical world knows no Mozarts Clardy writes And where aro pects for g oJ Clop si d nn stem better or Wagners or Webere the architects that can build an Egyptian elegant stand of young clover was a All tills goes to prove that partial failure last year soino trouble pyramid not serious hero jet tho human family is degenerating or from worm All farm From the county of Corroll retrograding Nothing destroys health faster or moro prospects aro 1GQ per cent compared to Fn in tho county of Caldwell certainly tiian intemperance in eating 1891 Wheat looks will tobareo bids never drinking and nothing impairs the and mind quicker than bad health Those looked bitter cut worms very bad who sleep all day and dissipate all night some early corn will havo to bo planted over Fnin tho county of Campbell aro on the downward road to ill health Wheat aid other grains como out won Â¬ Sit up and eat iudig stab1es all night and sleep all day and tho mind will derfully since last Tcport fields that rapidly grow stupid Deformity is caused locked bare months ago look like will From the county by improper dress If men continue to make large yields of Woodford Wheat rje barley and allow the barber to shavo their head they will in another generation be as oats excellent growth youug clover Tho HonC L Searcy bald as a monkey And if women con- Â¬ splendid eateli Prospects tinue to wear bangs and deform them of Madison county writes selves by tight lacing how long will it good for all kinds of crops farmers feel Â¬ From the county of Harribo before tho human family will bo back ing good Wheat rank and of fiuo color a son to where Darwin says wo started From the county of little spotted E W Dagby a prominent lawyer of Union Fanners all happy corn is Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino being put in rapidly ground in good Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- - condition weather lino aud prospects ing cough when nil things elso failed forgiod crops here never bettor Its a new remedy for all coughs For itvn j sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr Tho reports on ryo aro not so full ns It II McMullln McDuiiels M Meyer wlitat nciiiiy every county reporting ns V Co Buras A Taylor Itosetta to the latter Tlio aycrago being several E Brown Irvington Ky A A Itich points under that of wheat Being rnis urtUon Garfield Ky A It Morris Big ed principally for pasture is usually W C Moornnn Glen grazed very hard through tho winter Spring Ky Co deane Ky P Sherron Bros consequently it does not look as well as Kirk Ky Horaco Scott Ilardinsbur wheat at ttiis limo of year Tho con- Â¬ Ky dition is placed at 13 per cent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T J Jolly visited relatives at Sample Union Star and Lodiburg last week David Hardaway left this week for Jefferson county where ho will work for Mr William Moorman Mrs Eliza Jolly Hardinsburg was the guest of Bion Jolly a few days tho lator part of last week Miss Ualn daughter of John Cain cf Big Spring community attended church hero Sunday Misses Blanche Jolly Lena Drury Florence Cain Mary Paul and Hattle McCoy and Roy Cain Georgo Drury Plorco Hardaway Wade D ury and several others attended tho entertain Â¬ ment at Irvington Saturday night Tlioy report a good time and aro under obligations to Irvington for ices and other similar treats On Wednesday last while Mr Dolf Jordan whs burning off a new ground his tobacco barn close by caught fire and burned to the ground The barn con- Â¬ tained a stack of hay and some other things belonging to J M Hardaway We give them our sympathy Not to forget the woman I want to ray that a day or two ago I read that in China twenty years ago tho price of a pretty good sort of n wife was 25 now the prico lias increased to 250 This shows that woman is on tho up grado elsewhere than in tho United States Â¬ waters contain but think thoy havo a tondei c oalovlatoseiiousc sesof heart trouble Some farmers have to plant their corn over again on account of tho cut worms It seems that the farmers row is always a hard one he has to confront every ob- Â¬ Combinations of every article stacle that tho farmer produces is pressing him every year closer aud closer to tho wall The law maker says the drought tho hot winds the lato and early frosts are not enough incumbrances wo will draw the lino of taxation one knot tighter around him So year after year tho formers and all laboring classes are stepping down from freedom into slavery and will con- Â¬ tinue so until they rightly awalce to their own interests Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old living at 018 Monroe street Paducah Ky says that Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey is the best grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her lifo Guaran- Â¬ teed and sold by Short Haynes Clover- Â¬ port DrRIIMcMullinMcDaniels M Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Itosetta A A W E Brown Irvington Ky Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen- Â¬ Co deane Ky P Sherron Bros Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 -- Dieting woqt f Cure you V B Twjf MM THAT PLATE MEANS tr II Neither will medicine Bicycling will All you need is to get outdoors and let the tonic of rapid motion put new blood into your veins and tissues J It ir fr 4 Ii Z s Buy a ir Sr r J fir Best Bicycles 9 to Clunka SO60 Hartford RANCH 100 fr Or zv HARTFORD Boys or Girl i 50 aToniai oston1 Green leaves and blossoms and tunny warm weather Ami tinging anil loving all come bick together Is a little couplet that has been beauti- Â¬ fully fulfilled forsoveral weeks but Satur Â¬ day lastseut us again into winter quar- Â¬ ters Nothing in tho way of weather could bo lovlier than that wo havo en Â¬ BIG SPRING 111 iiuiiy Tho cnndhin MKADOW of barley is placed M0W1M1 at Dr Strother is in Louisville this week on business was very sick A lady at Tooleys La Mrs Miller has returned to or homo with bilious colic when M C Tisler a in Hardinsburg prominent merchant of tho town gave Mrs E W Jones is visiting her moth Â¬ her a bottle of Chamberlains Colic er and sister at Henderson Ho Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Tho frost played havoc with gardens says she was well in forty minutes after taking tho first dosa For sale hy A It in this neighborhood last week 1 Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kinclieloo Board Hardinsburg Ky CHATTER BOX The naturalists or those who observe nature most closely seo moro easily and moro certainly tho plausibility in the Darwinian theory No where is the theory of evolution better exemplified Tho than in tho vegetablo kingdom Ecientific florist compares tho wild roso that grows by tho wayside and among tho wild cliffy with tho Mareshal Niel and American Beauty in ills garden Ho notices tho improvement or advancement in size color and oven fragrance from the pale single orderless wild roso to tho large rich hucd and fragrant American Beauty Wo cannot coll this scientific cultiva tion alone It is tlio evolution or unfolding of nature brought out by cultiOLD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ir Burr Panders of Elizabethtown Have improved wondei fully fcinco last report Mod correfpiudfuts placo the condition at 100 oine coiiniilt rtbly over that but a fw however urtke very low reports which brings tint average down I take it from the general tone of tho correspondents that there will bj a good hay crop Tlio condition is 02 per cent rl3 was the guest of Dr and Mrs Gray last w eek Quito a number of our young people attended quarterly meeting at Howels aovEii As well as hemp oat and tibacco beds aro suffering from tho ravages of tho cut and army worm I could woim quote tho reports foiua largo number of correspDndonts not confined to any particular locality all complaining of tlio cut worm nnd army worm In a number of counties whole fields of clovor have been destroyed by them and tho only planted corn will havo to bo plant Â¬ ed again Some farmers who havo es Â¬ caped them nro happy and the others despondent The condition of clover is placed at SO percent IMSTUIIKS last Sunday Miss Bettio Clarkson has returned homo after a short stay in Brandenburg and Louisville Rev J M Street filled his regular ap Â¬ Â¬ pointment at tho Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday Miss Clare Smith who is in chargo of tho millinery department at Jacob Meyers is trimming the hats in latest styles and ladies will do well to call and seo her Prices reasonable joyed this Spring and these cooling breezes are just a pleasant change How- Â¬ ever it takes a very hopeful spirit to enjoy any of these things with tills army of crawling creatures at our feet We aro reminded of the days of plagues in Egypt Wliat to do is becoming a very serious question Our Epworth Leaguo is still in good working order Just at present though wo aro having no Literary meetings hav- Â¬ ing decided to join in with tho Sunday School in preparation for Childrens Day exercises Tho design of tin so things is to bring our young people and chil dren out from tho monotony of every day country life and give them oppor tunities of education and culture for both mind and heart We who a e in the work hope our good people will not only wish us well but join us and help wherever help is needed For Sunday May 12th our services were Sabbath school conducted by super Â¬ intendent T J Jolly Preaching In Baptist church at 11 oclock by Bro Snyder his subject being Family and Personal Religion Epworth League devotional meeting In tlio afternoon led by Overton Blanford At our Leaguo meeting the parable of tho Talents was brought before our minds and in look ing back over the day I trust the Chris- Â¬ tian people of Bowleyvlllo havo improv ed whatever of talent thoymay possess Goloen Ron The Discovery Saved His Life Mr G Calllouette Druggist Beavers villcIII says To Dr Kings New Discovery I owe my life Was taken witli La Grippe and tried all the physi Â¬ cians for miles about but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live Having Dr Kings New Discovery in my Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ nounce it tlio best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so wo guar Â¬ vation hy Short A IlaynpsClov Tho Horticulturist sees tho improve Â¬ antee Forsalo erportlr R II McMullln McDaniels ment in his vegetablo gardon by proper M Meyer A Co Buras A Taylor Ro cultivation and planting The agricul- Â¬ selta Ky W EBrown Irvington Ky turist can tell us of Die great advancement A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R made in tho quality of his grain All Morris Big Spring Ky W C Moor- Â¬ to tho scientific unfolding of this is duo man Glendeane Ky P Sherion Bios nature A Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Har- Â¬ And so it is witli tho animal kingdom dinsburg Ky By proper training and scientific man agement seo tho advancement from the Tlio trlcoofn Ieorajrc wild pony to tho raco horso that attracts Tho statement that it is tho inten thousands to tho raco courso to seo his tion of Lord Rosebcry to croato no moro Hpecd tested Compare tho tiny Shet poors rnoy bo taken at a very low vol uation In tho first place if ho had land pony witli tho powerful Norman and mark tho dovolopcment Also the formed any Mich intention ho would hardly bo likoiy to mako it public bo canine raco Onco an ugly mongrel now causo in tlio second placo any sucli an note tho diflerent species of canines nouncement would havo a disastrous from tho English Mastiff to tho ladys elToct npou tlio party war chest It is pet Poodlo rather brutal porhnps to talk about tho Doubtless the same comparisons may prico of n poorago but it is a fact be mado in tho human race How won Â¬ that nearly every poor crcotcd in recent derful tho change from the man with a times for political services has contributcaudal appendage to giant intellects of to- Â¬ ed at least 10000 to tho funds of his party London Figaro weighs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Which includes blui grass and all kinds of grazing lands nro very short for this tlmo of yoar havo not mado much growth until tho past tin or fifteen days The per cent is placed at 87 OATS day with a brain that 60 ounces But this improvement or advancement in nature is not altogether duo to the scientific cultivation of man Evidently an Almighty in tho beginning left nature in an embryonic state as it were in all his handiwork It was His intention no doubt that man should unfold and de Â¬ velop this nature from its hidden stato It was this expectation that all nature ndvanco and not retrograde Hence wo I u repeat that tho wonderful improvement in nature is not the work of man alone trwMwttftoiwmiom cw get relief Tho scientific farmer selects the best trom a niosi norri needs for planting tho careless fnrmor blc blood disease I had snent hundreds allows iris grain to degenerate of dollars TRYING various remedies Tho unscientific florist allows ids and physklans none of which did me Jacqulrnenot to return to tho wild roso any good My finger nails came off and my hair came out leaving me of tho woods Tho trlcolored pansy to perfectly balJ I then went to go back to tho unnoticed wild ilower Tho animal kingdom will also degon orato without proper attention and bo HoDlne to be Clirrd hv tills trir-itil treatment but very soon became como deformed Cut off all the dogs disgusted and decided to TRY tails a fow generations and tho country he effect was will be full of bob tailed dogs Deprivo truly wonderful cattlo of their horns and in a few years commenced to re- fAif iff tthlnn wo will havo nothing but hornless cattle the first bottle and bv the time 1 hart Dont allow tho plumago of tho attractive peacock to develop and after awhile WM S LOOMIS Shrvpon this species of fowl will becorno extinct Our Book on I In DImm ant ItiTrtataenl for tho peafowl like a society woman BiaUml fr lu Mj bad rather ho dead than to ho without i AWfiT mivrtirin m il4l n pretty feathers of the Vulkjrrle Tho caso of groat Ciosar load and turned to clay stopping a holo to kcop tho wind away is parallolod by the ultimata destination of tho ill fated Val kyrlo Tho materials of Lord Dunrnvcns boat which a3 nil will rcmombor was sold for a moro song after sua was dug up from tho bottom of tho Clydo aro now fulfilling thoir destiny as oompo nout parts of a switchback on a Gins Glasgow Letter gow fair ground Â¬ Lat BEFORE HOT SPRINGS 1 mm 1 u store I sent for a bottlo and began its uso and from the first dose began to get per cent bettor and after using three bottles was TOUACCO up and about again It is worth its Some correspondentu write that so weight in gold We wont keep store or much destruction has been dono to the house without it Get a freo trial at A beds by the worms that thero will not be It Fishers drug store a full crop planted The acreage is placed at 0J per cent DUKES nnsir Tho average acreage of hemp is paced Miss Mry Dawson was in town Wed Â¬ at Hi per cent nesday shopping nous Mr Nathan Starks camo up to Dukes lhero has been a gin in liog3 since to day on business the last report I ho last was DO por Born May tlio 11th to tlio wife of cent The per cent to day is pi ccd nt Jerry Basham a fino boy 03 Mr Dave iBome wife and baby were CATTLE The returns will show a shortage of tho guests of Mr and Mrs James Jarboo cattle which is evidently duo to tho Sunday hard winter and the fcarcity of winter John Ashby Tom Pate and little eon feed Tlio returns show an inert ose of 2 Jeise were tho guists of W T Burnett points since last report The per cent Sunday for this month is placed at 81 Mr Gordon Dunn was in town to day siiEtr buying a new supply of garden seed The figures from correspondents show Oh you littlo pests a marked shortago of sheep Quite a Mr and Mrs S B Burnett went to number contribute II to the low prices of sheep and wool Tho winter has been Daviess county Friday to visit their daughter Mis Louisa Rowland very severo on lambs Tho per cent is John K Johnson says tho cut worms placed at 70 MIILHJ havo entirely devastated ills gardon and The very low price of mules has caused expects them to commence on tl 0 poets the farmer t neglect them which has aud pickets di creased the comparative number Tho Miss Maud Rowland Mr Davo Row- Â¬ per cent is placed at B0 land Mr Kearny Peacock and wife of lions us Daviess county are visiting refutlves at The number Of liorsea is well main Â¬ this place tained The prr cent is placed at 03 James Harris while harrowing the rnuiT other day his horses became entangloJ Tho correspondents report an abundant in some way got frightened and ran rrop of all kinds of fruit oxcept peaches away Luckily no damage was done plums cherries and Winter stole upon us very Budenly Nicholas Mcdowell Saturday morning causing us to hustle May 7 1803 Frankfort around hunting up our winter wraps Tho way to cure a cough is to stop tho that had been put away as wo thought coughing Dr Bulls Pino Tar Honey until tlio appearanco of a now winter cuts loose the mucous heals the lungs Mr Finly Burnott aivl Mr James and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip Harris wentfishlng Thursday night but cougli in one night For sale by Short luck teemed to ho against them Tho HaynesClovornort Dr It II McMul- Â¬ specie of fish that Is found on aid Is lln McDanlels M Mover Co 11 urns wiser than the finny tribe and are harÂ¬ I A Battel U TilvW Ilrnuin In der to catch ingtou Ky A A Richardson Garflold 11 1 1 m i- Over an average crop lias been town and where tho worms have not infested The condition is 01 it is looking well flew YorK Chicago Free at any Col- Â¬ The Damping Ground Theory So Prtjclsco umbia agency Perhaps tho most plausible argument Providence by mail for two Buffalo tho shrewdest plea advanced by the sin Â¬ 2 cent stamps -gle standard lovers in defense of their unworthy causo is tho declaration that tho opening of our mints to free coinage means the conversion of tlio United WM 0 ALLEN States into a sllyer dumping ground for Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford Bicycles tho world While the Times does not Cloverport Ky believe that any such good fortune awaits us it is well enough to investigate the The Beit Elioci dumping ground theory tar the Leait Money It is conceded on all hands that Europe has no surplus silver and this position fitfor is impregnably fortified by the fact that A KING she yearly purchases largo quantities of Orcr One Million Fcoplo wear tlio bullion from silver producing nations for W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos domestic consumption Tho amount of AITour shoes arc cqunlly They give tho beat Taluo or tho money atlifactoir silver bullion and bar silver last year ex They equal custom thoei In etyle and fit 1 nnir wcaringf qualities nro unsurpBsea ported to Europo from American silver Tho prlcca are uniform stamped on sole vi j sayeu oyer oiuer maices mines amounted to 51000000 Besides your dealer cannot supply you we can this the European coinage ratio is 15 to SO S4 S3 CO CordovnnFrencu 1 and tho American 10 to 1 thus entail Knnmcuru nil nmi ivangnroo stoles ing a positive loss to the European silver 93 eo Folios shoes worklngmens S2BO and S2 School Short holder who sends ids coin or bullion to Beys k American mints In addition freight UIB9 Oil fitn C9J tiic 4W1 VtOUU ir your dealer cannot supply charges occasional losses in shipments you write tor cuuuugue abrasions melting to separate foreign W L Douglas alloy and melting to infuse American IlrocUton Mass IM alloy is estimated at about thirty per uiEwnHUtta cent on each dollars worth of foreign silver It is entirely safe to say that O there will be there can bo no dump of C M McGLOTHLAN CoUnlon Star Ky S L SULZER Cloverport silver from Europe There aro only two countries in tho world which produce a surplus of silver DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPER These nations are Mexico and tlio United J 0 BOURNE States Tho first named country last year sold her total production of silver CO BROOKS BOURNE with th exception of 0000000 to Eu- Â¬ rope With this six millions of dollars she is expected to deluge the United States and supply her own coinage de- Â¬ mands Where is tho silver that is to bo dump- Â¬ CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP ed coming from It is not in sight it is existence It is to be found only not in KY LOUISVILl in tho imagination of those who for a BOURBON STOCK YARDS purpose or through ignorance are shout- Â¬ ing against silver In 1801 silver to tho amount of 77 555757 it is officially announced by the pnorniETOits Director of the Miut was produced in the mines of the United States Of this amount 51000000 in silver ores and bars was exported to Europe and 13 000 000 consumed in manufactures and EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use arts during the year leaving only 13 000000 in surplus silver to be accounted ITIO to 1720 MAIN ST TELEPHONE 152 KING 2 for These figures collated from tiie high- Â¬ est financial authority known are simply Hair pin and belt bucklo attached for indisputable and to every unbiased 20 cents Something new nt Babbagea A V mind convincing Thero is no surplus i It takea a ricii man to draw a but rather a deficiency of silver at presJ check a pietty girl to draw atten- ent with the opening of the mints to 1 tion a horso o draw a cart a freo coinage so great would bo tho de Â¬ i Iree lunch to draw a crowd and r mand for silver that it would at onco go J an advertisement in the News f to a parity with gold in intrinsic valuo h j to draw tlio trade Thero is nothing in the dumping ground theory just as there is nothing to the harm of silver in any of the argu ments brought forward by tho buzzing gold bugs Glasgow Times Ky Gi a Colurpbia Catalogue a i l TOJWJflWwwOT W I -- 1 L DOUGLAS Qriyc U8l0 ijr4 - A WARmm si iv r- - j HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Senn Ackermann Brewing Co MAIN STRRETBRRWERY y J r LOUISVILLE KY A Â¬ WyyyyAypftyyljnryin MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL Poor Health tYYIIfTV in u A GREGORY fc GO WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY Electropoise Jtev John Rodijert Danville Ky It is a mystery to me almost a miraclor Jiev Z Meth Catthttiburg Ky I have used the Electropoise for five years aud find it invaluable as a curative agent especially is it efficacious in cases of feeble women and delicate children Louuville liaplht liev Hubert Harrett Seminary Electropoise cured after all othor remedies failed Rev W IV Bruce lloiulonvllle Ky GNDORBB means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest gilt health Also Wholesale and Ilctall Dealers In Yellow Pine Flooring and Ceiling Laths Cement Lima Shingles Hair Brlekj x C I Ifyou are feeling I out of sorts weak I and generally ex I hauteJ neivoui begin at onceiak Iti J y Doors Sash and Blinds and all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Homestead Fertillzere and Troy Bone Meal cub promptly Iron Bitters Dyjptpsla Neuralgia Constipation Malaria ttiB I1111I allfk- - tie strengthening Urowiis Iron Bit ten A few bot- Â¬ tles cure benefit conies from the very first dose uvmt Ital ytur titlk a 11 U li s plessut to take IICUIVIIIVWIIVI Orders accomranlned with the filled 10 ST IN QUANTITY BESTINQUALlin Electropoise cured opium habit llev Geo Meant Covington Ky In one night the Electropoise relieved brain congestion aud vertigo Wo could fill tills paper with similar reports but think tills sufficient to inter eat you In sending for book on he sub Â¬ ject of health Electropoise rented four months for 10 It Cures Kidney arid Liver Troubles Bad Blood 4 WORMS WHITES CREAM Nervous ailments Womens complaints v 0- - Moorman Sherron Bros Co Kirk Ky Scott Hardinsburg Ky ot Ulondeanc Ky m Horace P Children Cry for Pltohr Casttrl DUBOIS 00 faurih AyvNHBt WEBI IohUtIII Gel only tho ncnulne It has crossed red Hues on the wrapcer All others are sub slllutes On receipt of two ac stamps we will aud set of Ten Beautiful Worlds i aif view ana mok iree VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS EVERY 1 1 Has led all WORM Remedies I0TTLE fiUAMNTEED mmuxbms Metciiii ci oi Ky st ajj BKuaaisTe tr teen o jij Bfiw