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JnMKA - -- ibpniiiiPiiiTvlip ww w fill l Am iOfciii rili1it----r- flf MAmiwiawr M jwimym1 jppp1 w giw1 8 X JbLJtL iiMI I II BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1895 NO 45 VOL XIX rSf ADVERTISING IS THE POWER THAT TURNS BUSINESS TO YOUR STORE APPLY IT AND WATCH RESULTS -- t ft TO MANY EXCUSES MADE BY CARLISLE Tho answer to this is very simple Wages aro low becauso there is not labor enough to go around But it is not truo Childrens day was observed by the M in any proper senso that tho depreciat Â¬ E church South at this place dunday ed coin of Mexico is worth only half May 10th as announced last week At as much es coin of the samo nominal 030 a m tho school marched into the value in this country It is true so far church headed by Miss Pink Illckt tie as tho bankers can make it true and so Mr E B Gardner and Rev U 8 Titbor in purchasing United States exchange of only fifty cents but for all tho purposes of the Mexican citizen his dollar is worth quite as much to him there as our dollar is worth to us hero Labor commands a low price because there is so little de maud for it and becauso the supply is so much in excess of that demand but tho Mexican dollar once in hand has fully as great a purchasing power there as the United States dollar has in this country Tho visitor to the City of Mexico se- Â¬ cures at theYturhlde Hotel for example an excellent bedroom with sitting room attachment for 250 to 3 per diem Ho gets a very good landau with two horses for 150 an hour He goes to tho restaurants to Omariuls or Kecamlers or to the Tivoli San Cosmo and has a delightful dinner for 2 or 3 a plate with the best of imported wines at New York prices At tho Jockey Club when the writer was lost in the Mexican capi- Â¬ tal ono had an elaborato midday bieak fast well served and cooked by a first ho For class Farlsian chef forl could havo a banquet of eight or ten courses better in overy way than is ob- Â¬ tainable in Washington for half as much again All this in depreciated money Clothing and wearing apparel generally cost about the same tbero as here which means according to the Suns correspondent that they cost just half as much Some articles como much higher than the samo articles here and vice versa but these differences are due to physical causes the samo causes that make tho pincapplo and the alligator pear cost in Mexico less than one quarter the price charged here The fact remains however that ono Mexican dollar will buy as much in Mexico as one United States dollar will buy here Tho Mexican dollar is de- Â¬ preciated only when tho banks got hold of It and manipulate it in the inter- Â¬ est of monometallism There aro many and as we see the matter convincing arguments to be urged against tho indiscriminate coinage of silver by this country but tho Suns cor-Â¬ respondent An American Democrat goes sadly wide of the mark in looking to Mexico for them He appears to havo taken a very hasty and a very superficial view of things and to have overlooked tho facts altogether Perhaps though ho is writing as a special pleader not as a historian or a philosopher and prefers to make his facts to suit tho emergencies of his argument 1 Â¬ Â¬ SENATOR VORHEES The Tall Sycamore of the Wabash On BRANDENBURG Mr R II Nuvltt is nn enthusiastic freo ellveriet and Dutupsoy Blackburn Hardin loo Mr James Lewis Is sound currency to the cote te j JOHNSON MANAorn -- w e2PW0AY RATES The most centrally located Hotel In tho cltu Carlisle Father Herbuth has resigned ns pastor Says Senator Wm Lindsay Tho tho Mexican dollar has a value Income Tax Law Special Dlsiach to the Knquirer Ky May 22 Senator Frankfoht William Lindsay returned to his home here this morning from nn extended visit to Washington nud other points in the East I have been out of Kentucky so long that I am not prepared to express nn opinion as to the present or prospective said he political situation in tho state I have rend Secretary Carlisles Coylng ton speech with great interest I lmve First but two criticisms pass upon it ho should not have apologized for the crimo of 1873 Mr Carlislo was not then in public life and has nothing whatever to do with tho passage of tho act which My old friend demonetized silver Senator Stewart of Nevada is about tho only man I know in cither branch of Congress who voted for that act and it would seem that if an apology is duo tho country for the passage of the law of 1873 he owes it KMLAlNrn TOO MUCH Song Child ens Day Infant Class Openlnif Hymn Shenhard of Tender Hntlrc School Youth Mr H HOsrdner Prayer Infant Clan Childs Creed Missionary Son Three Sites School ltcspnnslve Heading School Song No 89i Standard Hymn Superintendent Introductory Address DUislon The Methodist Army Corps Missionary Societies Declamations and Ilccitatlon Misses Hm ma Hurley Severs Attn Crossun Cora McCoy Nellie Caihman and Helen in three divisions and took their places in a soldiery manner The program wns Says Silver Would Garry la Indiana as follows By 200000 Votes Welcome Jsmesaml IriinclsSecrs Srnntor Voorhees was over at India napolis Ind last week attended to some private business and in conversation with Senator Turplo and other Indiana politicians and a reporter for the Cin- Â¬ cinnati Enquirer said of Mr Carlisles speech and some of his acts as Secretary Senator Voorhees is a great free silver man He said There is no law of this land that prevents or has prevented Mr Carlisle paying the debts of this land in tilvcr If I had been in Mr Carlisles place when thoso money changers of Wall street wero crowding the Govern Â¬ ment for gold I would have had the wa Â¬ gons of this country wheeled up and shoveled out that silver in tho Treasury vaults and made them take it I so told him at one time nnd they would have had to take the silver too as thoy could not get away from it What did Mr Carlislo say when you soadslsed him Ho said That is just what I ought to do Senator But ho didnt was Mr Voorhees answer Well why didnt he inquired Greene Smith Simply becauso he did not want to I There wns presurao said tho Senator no reason why ho should not have done Â¬ of the church hero and has gone to Lou- Â¬ isville His health is impaired and he will be under treatment for soino time His flock had become much nttached to him nnd ho to them He Is a good mm 5 ouisyille Ky minds so constituted that they cannot comprehend an honest difference of opin- Â¬ ion But wo do not as a rulo make Pres- Â¬ idents nnd Cabinet officers of men of this grade of intelligence Even if a man of narrow mind drifts upward on the wings of chance ho should in ids progress up ward learn to discard tho vice of intoler- Â¬ ance ho may have found congenial in his former surroundings When Presi Â¬ dent Cleveland and his secretaries use the terras honest money and sound money as applied only to gold monev they intimate that all men who hold that money may be sound without being gold are knaves A man who wants to circulato a dishonest dollar knowing it to bo dishonest is himself dishonest But there may ho honest difference of opinion as to what constitutes an honest dollar Tho words honest sound and safe have been repeated ns de Â¬ scriptive of money to a degree of reiteration which implies poverty of invention The conclusion has thereby been estab- Â¬ lished in tho popular mind that the gold argument rests on the assumption of its ndvocntes that tho Bilver men are knaves Â¬ Â¬ lt Talc Song School Miss Sue A Ilrashear MlisKlta Haynes llcviewlng Officer Itecltatlon Declamation Itesponse Presentation of Ilanncr School Song Church Extension 3d Division Speech Iortillng the Strongholds Mr It C Itichardson Miss Ida Gardner HeciUllon Miss Iivu Cnshmin Declamation Hclewlng Officer Hesponse Presentation of Manner School Song Educational force of the church jd Divlilon Speech Our Hccruitlng camps Mr C V Caihman Mrs Dr Mliner Itecltatlon Speech Our Arsenals MrAIl Cashman Kevlewlng Officers Itesponse Tiesentation of Itanncr School Song Mary D Ilicharson Itecltatlon Primary Class Song Utile Iluildcrs Clyde Severs Itecltatlon Then secondly had I been in Car- Â¬ place I would have mado no ela- Â¬ borate explanation or apology for my present views of tho money question I am liko an old friend of mine in Western Kentucky who used to say that ho hoped he learned something every year Tho conditions of 1895 are vastly different from those of 1878 when Mr Carlisle made his famous Bilver speech and I think it would have been better for him and his cause had he attempted no apol- Â¬ ogy for his so called change of front to Â¬ ward tho currency Will tho Kentucky Democrats adopt a freo and unlimited coinago platform at was asked the June convention According to the poll of tho state made by tho Knquirer it appears highly probably that they will replied tho Senator but I hope thatbelore the con- Â¬ vention meets something will occur to check tho freo silver craze If not I fear the party in Kentcky will suffer irrepar Â¬ able damage However I am a Democrat and I propose to vote the whole ticket and platform of the Louisville Convention whatever they muy be I have express Â¬ ed myself as unalterably opposed to the free and unlimited coinago of silver at I siiall say nothing the ratio of 10 to 1 more on the subject until the State Con vention does its work lisles Address Collection and song Address Leader Itev U S Tabor di- Â¬ Â¬ so Prayer Itenediction After tho Benediction the three visions formed behind Miss Kickotte adjutant Mr E B Gardner and Itev Tabor in the following order Missionaries Standard bearer Miss Sue A Brosheai color b arers Misses Helon Tate nnd Cora McCoy entiro division following wearing their colors red and white Division No 2 standard bearer Mr It color bearers Misses C IUelmrdson Blanche Severs Malissa Cashman their Division No 1 color being purple standard bearer Mrs Dr Mliner color bearers Mr Chas F Cashman and Dr Wm L Miluer their colors beingorango and black Each division marched per- Â¬ fectly A i FAVORS AN AMENDMENT Â¬ i 15 Xf What havo yon to say about tho Su preme Court decision against tho constitutionally of the income tax Very littlo was the laconic reply of Senator Lindsay who is conceded to bo one of the ablest lawyers in the state The law was a just and equitable one and I con not understand why the Court The easiest way out did not so view it of tho dlfllculty it seems to me will be for Congress to amend both the Court and the constitution at tho earliest pos Â¬ sible date so that a constitutional inclaw can be enacted ome-tax I saw Justices Harlan and White a few hours after the decision was rendered and they were as inad as March hornets I assure you I nlwayB knew that Justice Jack- Â¬ son would vote for tho law despite tho systematic efforts of tho metropolitan press to drivo hiin into opposition to it SAMPLE Senator Lindsay said he was confident that there would ba no extra session of Mr John Ahl was in town last Satur- Â¬ Ho and his family will re Â¬ Congress day gain in Frankfort until the regular ses Â¬ Mies Addio Jolly went to Union Star sion of tho next Congress commences one day last week The Silver Dollar in Mexico Miss Molllo Mattingly was visiting her From the Washington Pott Ind r parents a few days last week A correspondent of tho New York Miss Deo Basham returned to her Sun writlug from tho City of Mexico home in Lodiburg last Saturday undertakes to show that the country in T 0 Craig was in town a couple of which he Is sojourning has been ruined days last weok loading hickory timber Ho insists that tho by cheap silver laboring man is wronged and despoiled I Forest Blain and It W Vaughn of through the medium of a depreciated Stephensport were in town last Monday currency and complains that he does V Herman Lay of Stephensport was not got even the poor consolation involv visiting friends hero last Saturday and Sunday ed in large pay Ho says The question naturally arises espec- Â¬ fDr J II Hampton and daughter Ida ially after ono has heard tho promises of went to Vine Grovo last Friday to ylslt tho sliver men ou the floors of Congress relatives Why havo wages not risen in Mexico J II McCoy and Elmo Winfrey at Â¬ Why oven on a silver basis aro they so tended church at Tuckers school house much lower than the lowest paid in tho last Sunday United States It must be remember Mies Birdie French of Union Star was ee too that tho wages paid here aro in a tho guest of Miss Mary L Hobblns a few depreciated coin worth only half as days last weok much as tho same amount received for Mrs Gus Gibson of Cloverport was labor In the United Statea t visiting relatives at this place last Sat A PALE FACE urday and Sunday comet from poor Mr and Mrs Nelson Gibson were the blood Your blood need to be enriched guests of his parents Mr and Mrs II 0 For and vitalized this tlieros nothing ia Gibson last Sunday the world to thor Â¬ Misses Gracie Jolly and Annio Ben oughly effective as Dr Heroea Golden nett were tho guests of Mlsa Mary L Medical DUcovery last Thursday night Children who are Robbins weak thin pale ami Messrs Sam Pate and Jcseo II Miller puny are made were guests of Misses Addle and Lucy plump roar Btrcu Ptocovery Its ewe Jolly last Saturday and Sunday and robwt by the to them too from Ito pW eially adapted Misses Annie Bennett and Gracie ant tMte It an appetising reetoraM ve ten Jolly were tho guests of Misses Nellie la which build up waded flesh and etrwirth every blood -- taint or disorder If it In deeant benefit or cure you have your and Jennie Miller last Saturday evening money back Dr R V rwweet Dfy Sir -- I will ear the Medleal DUeevmr for my that I oaanet BlrTand the U eaMnUr well your metHclixa too hWhly You stay rwt Tawurcd that you will alwaye have mr Persons who sympathize with tho afllicted will rejoice with D E Carr of He 1235 Harrison street Kansas City is an old sufferer from inflammatory rheumatism but lias not heretofore been troubled in this climate Last winter ho went up into Wisconsin and in conse- Â¬ It quence has had another attack came upon me again very acute and My joints swelled and sovero ho said became inflamed sore to touch or al Â¬ most to look at Upon the urgent I tried request of my mother-in-laChamberlains Pain Balm to reduco the swolllng and ease tho pain and to my agreeable surprise it did both I have used three fifty cent bottles and believe it to bo tho finest thing for rheumatism pains and swellings extant For sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe Board Hardinsburg Ky Si i fWaunter of Jt Perry Ca Tm In this state by at least 200000 votes Tho Democrats are in a worso fix on accouut of it than the Republicans in- Â¬ terrupted Mr Smith I happon to know Not a bit of it that in tho United States Senato there are 22 Republican members who aro pro- Â¬ nounced silver men just one half their I think I know something number TUELS CREEK I know sir that in about this stato Health good 1878 I ran against Benjamin Harrison Yes there is such a place as Tuels when sliver was tho issue and defeated Creek him by over 33000 votes in the popular Miss Clara Crews of MiQuady is visTho samo conditions hold election iting here this week good to day sir and in the air is the The cut worms cut off the left fore leg samo music of Floyd Lewis colt just above the knee Mr Percy Ryan of Tar Fork was the A Valuable Find guest of Miss Lizzie Coomes lost Sunday After years of study and labor thoro Miss Joso Wheatleyof Daviess couuty lias at last been discovered a sure and is visiting her brother Jim Wheatley neverfailitig remedy It has been tested this week on patients who havo despaired of ever Mr Bob Elder was visiting lastSunday being cured the results havo been in In tho vicinity of New Bethel and re Â¬ every case wonderful GrofPs Rheu Â¬ turned home Monday matic Curo is unequaled as a positive Evorybody in this neck of the back Â¬ remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute woods is for free coinage of silver und Inllamatory llheumatlem Gout Lum Â¬ tho abolition of cut worms Neuralgia especially bago Sciatica On the night of May 13th all the corn Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea and iu this neighborhood was frozen Wo all kindred affections It is also a valu Â¬ console ourselves with tho belief that it able Blood Purifier being especially use Â¬ will grow out again but tis doubtful Scrofula all ful in Eczema Psoriasis In this vicinity tbero are two fields Glandula t Enlargements and diseases of ono forty acres and the other twenty the Liver and Kidneja It ia absolutely Tho same kiud of soli and both were in freo from all narcotics Severe attacks meadow last year They were broke up are relieved fn from ono to three days at the same time this spring and planted and a positive cure effected in from five New line of ladies belt buckles as Â¬ In corn The cuUworraa made a charge to eighteen days For sale by A It sorted colors at Babbagea for 15 conts on tbo forty acre field and cut everything Fisher Cloverport Ky each that was green while the twonty acre NOTICE field by the side of it was not molested I wast every nn and woman In the tTnltad some one who has made the art of States interested la tbo Ovinia and Whisky Will Cry for Ut cut worms a specialty tell why they are kablta to tare onM of nr books on th if Woolkr AlkutU U umi Ml Ad4r so partial x will tw seat ywi fnw sr1 M Â¬ Tho banner of tho leader boro the in Â¬ scription Jn Hoc Slgno Itncfs Division Nol The World for Christ Division No 2 The Builders Knowledge is Power Division No 3 Too much can not bo said in praise of Miss Sara E Richardson who mado tho service a success in every re Â¬ spect by her unceasing efforts with their training sho and Miss Rlcketts who labored faithfully to bring tho program up to the highest standard An immense crowd was present and many were forc- Â¬ ed to stand outsido and in the aisles dur- Â¬ ing tho service Stephensport was out in full forco while people from all over the county were present Mr Jesse Eakridge of tho Hardinsburg Leader and Miss Mercer came to enjoy the day and write it up Littlo Hester Tate James and Francis Severs were among tho best The collection did well Sam Dix and R C Richardson were So the tho most liberal ones present collectors tell us Charlie cleared his throat rapldily and Alph and Carlt were evidently not quite at eoso Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honoy pro- Â¬ nounce it the best cough and lung rem Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so we guar- Â¬ antee For sale by Short IIaynesOlov erportDr R II McMulIln McDanlels Co Buras A Taylor Ro M Moyer setta Ky W EBrown Irvington Ky A R A A Richardson Garfield Ky W O Moor Morris Big Spring Ky mau Glehdeane Ky P Shorten Bros Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Har Â¬ dinsburg Ky Neither has any good reason been spoko up Senator given why he didnt Why tho Bank of England Turpio once paid its obligations in shillings and at another time in sixpences paid Its obligations which were really those of the English Government in such bits of money and would do it to day if so disposed That fact did not injure the credit of England nor lis groat bank It simply mado tho people stop coming to that bank for money that was all Yes that is true remarked Senator Voorhees And Franco is a great country It simply siz s up a creditor and pays hint in any coin or money it chooses would do it with copper I suppose if so inclined But tho United States Government mutt be nt the mercy of a lot of bond sharks and it is the only country in such condition There was a general discussion as to the laws governing issues of silver during which Greene Smith mado a remark which St nator Voorhees took for an at- Â¬ tack Â¬ Â¬ UTON THE WHITE METAL I havo always noticed said the Senator that when a poor man g ts hold of a goodly sum of money he at once be- Â¬ n statement which comes a gold bug Â¬ brought tho laugh upon tho big who has been accused by Republicans of making a fortune out of the fees of his oflico while Atlorney General Senator Turple also took occasion to remark that at tho next session of Con- Â¬ gress he would endeavor to havo stricken from the statues the clause compelling payment in gold when attachment is levi- Â¬ ed in a cose where contracts have been for payment in gold ho said I would iiave it that way even though judgment and service wore I would make pay Â¬ rendered in gold ment in the money of tho country whether silver or paper A question arose as to how Indlanlans stand as to silver the opinion being ex pressed that they largely favor the white I will venture to say remark- Â¬ metal ed Senator Voorhees that wero politics left aside and tho question voted upon be meroly silver or auti silver Â¬ THAT SILVEIt WOULD CAItltY preacher gentlemanly intelllgptit and ids departuro Is regretted Ills plnco will be supplied soon I notice Gypsy Maid advocates tho Graded School very warmly ns of course nil lovers of education would Sho told mo the plan proposed was not tho snmo ns hers but did not state it If It is on tho taxation principle tho vote taken and majority Bays It is nn acceptable basis and there should be no objection Tho voice of tho people in all public enterprises should rule and after tho dlo Is cost there should bo no murmuring hut Pull for tho same cause tho motto Miss Agnes Malin and myself hopo to establish a music Bchool hero next fall with telegrnphy shorthand nnd type Â¬ writing taught in conjunction Chas M Novitt is our choice for the latter if lie doesnt make other arrangements We will havo central rooms good piano and violin furnished far practice A Har- Â¬ mony class and the whole course three branches can bo taken very reasonably Latest sheet music and musical journals will bo kept I have had sent me by my neighbor and old friend Mr Abe Ditto Sr the first edition of the Meade County Mirror published April 21 1875 Tho largo majority of the names ou its pages have joined tho Innumerable throng Tho editor Eugene Bell is I believe still liv- Â¬ ing Ho married a Miss Selbert of this place I find a school notice from my father who was then School Commission- Â¬ er A tender chord was touched w hen my eyes fell on In Memoriam a lovely feeling trihuto by my husband in memory of Henry L Pusey oldest son of Dr D C nnd Nunnio L Pusoy born Brashcar Tho pen picture was drawn truthfully of tho noblo boy who was our pupil at that time nnd It wns the only obituary my husband ever wrote I treasuro it beyond expression They Say Is a capital essay in its columns and just now well wo might all rend and profit thereby Tho Tilton Beecher trial wns then in progress nnd tho Editor wittily comments I find also that Charley Moremen had invented a gang plow drawn by four horses and operated by ono man Gen Simon B Buckner has been my choice for U S Senator from tho time I first knew of ids candidacy and I have ever bolieved him the man for tho oflico from his past record He lias always filled his positions with credit to his State and has nlwnys evinced a sincere -- lovo and regard for her people But while many of us differ widely with him on the currency question wo can but still admire his concluding remarks in I prefer to live in their his views respect rather than win with tho loss of it tho highest office In the land Ho is always frank open sneoro But as our Senators have a direct hand in shaping our financial affairs therefore tho silver part of Dunocracy deplore the Generals views aud Bay Joo Blackburn und Free While the gold raonomotalllst Silver tells you tho orator Joo hasnt a shad Â¬ ow of a hope Political politics how deep how mysteilousll When such brains as Carlisles Blackburns Buck tiers aud Knotts differ littlo boats had better keep closo to shore so I am Mr Barnoy Worlond Is for tho war horse of Democracy Mr and is a gold bug G L Neafusisalso his warm advocate or was and Is for free silver So it goes I did an amount of talking and writing for tho Gen before his declaration and whilo Im not with him financially I am for him heart nnd soul as n man and I believe hes a philosopher on overy issue and I proposo to not dovlato from my first choice 1 BARGAINS Geo Yeakel Hoosler Cotton A Good Check Cotton worth Go Cc only 4c tho yard Ono lot of Dark Prints and tho best 4c brands 23 ps of Apron Ginghams asst checks only 5c a yard other houses ask 7c 12 pa colored Lawns goods were sold 12 Jc to make them move quick at only 7Jc a yard 50 pair of Lace Curtains rich patterns 50c per pair worth twice the money 1 per pair 28 pair of Laco Curtains can not bo duplicated anywhere for than 200 5c pair Nelson Seamless Socks only Fancy Silk Suspenders good one 3ca yard 15c 10 doz B B Corsets well worth 75c nil numbers 00c Marvelous Results From n letter written by Rev J Gun dcrman of Dimondale Mich wo are permitted to niako this extract I havo no hesitation in recommending Dr Kings Now Discovery a the results were almost marvelous In tho case of my wife While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Hives Junction sho was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe Terrible paroxysms of coughing would Inst hours with littlo interruption 10c nnd it seemed as if sho could not survive them A friend recommended Dr Kings One lot of Wash Silks nice qunlity nent Seo patterns they will please you New Discovery it wa quick in its work nnd highly satisfactory in results Trial them only 50c a yard Wo solicit your patronage and will bottles freo at A It Fishers drug store convince you that It will be to your ad Â¬ Regular size 50c nnd 100 vantage to trado witli us GOLD AND Mens all Wool Suits Nobby Styles Square and Round Cut Sacks full length coats worth not less than Come and get you a Suit 900 only 500 Ono lot of Boys Suits two pc Goods 93c You wont touch them anywhere for less than 150 Ono lot of Boys Suits Knee Pants only 125 Sightly goods new styles a milt Oue lot of Window Shades the kind you pay other houses 40c If you need any buy of us 23c only Curtain poles with fixtures etc Ono lot of SILVER Â¬ Highest Market Price for Wool The Great Bargain Store Statistics Concerning Their Production in This and Other Countries Washington D O Mny 22 Tho Di A new theory in tho treatment of coughs lung and bronchial affections has been advanced by tho manufacturers of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It is truly n All dealers sell wonderful remedy For sale it on a positive guarantee Haynes Cloverport by Short Dr R II McMullin McDanlels M Meyor A Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W E Brown Irvington Ky A A Richard Â¬ son Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen Co doane Ky P Shorron Bros Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg Ky rector of tho Mint in n statement mndo public to dny estimates tho production of gold by the mines of tho United States approximately during tho calendar year 1891 to havo been 191 0M0 fino ounces of the coining valuo of 39300000 an increase over 1893 of 3500000 which is the largest amount produced in any year since 1878 Tho production of silver from the mines of tho United States Is estimated to havo approximated in 1894 49500000 ounces of tho coining value of 04000000 showing n decrease as compared with 1893 of 10500000 ounces In the production of gold California leads with an output of 13570000 Col orado coming second with 9491000 Montana third with 3C51000and South Dakota 3299000 Colorado heads the list in silver by nn output of 23281400 fino ounces of the coining vnluo of 30100200 Montana second with a production of 12820000 fine ounces followed by Utah with a production of 5892000 fino ounces and Idaho witli 3248500 fino ounces At the average price of silver for tho calendar year 1891 03Go the commercial value of tho Bilver product of tho mines of tho United States Is 31432500 In regard to the product of tho worlds gold and silver for 1894 tho returns are incomplete but so for as received show an increase in tho production of gold over 1893 of about 21000000the largest increaso being in Africa viz 9C0000 Australia 0000000 followed by the viz united increaso being in Africa 9000000 Australia leads tho list of gold producing couutrics for 1894 with a production of 41000000 the United States taking second place Tho production of silver in the world it is estimated will be from 145000000 to 150000000 ounces for calendar year 1891 The heaviest falling off is in tho production in tho United States followed by Australia Mexico showing a gain of 2700000 ounces Mexico also gains in her production of gold of 1500000 GEO YEAKEL CO BRANDENBURG KY ONLY A CENTS Remarkable Book COINS Financial School It ia a book for everybody who de sires to know the facts about Oaucu and currency IK YOU WANT TO KNOW All About Gold II YOU WANT TO KNOW EB3D IT Silver All About ii you want to know All About Currency HjJSJJD 10 rj53ad IF YOU WANT TO KNOW it IT What Causes the Hard Times KBA3D It Is a book give for the people and will them more correct information abont Honor And Money From the San Francisco llulletln Itejv Children PJtch Catsiu The advocates of gold monometallem have exhausted whatever viitue there may havo boon in the terms honest sound money and safe cur- Â¬ money Tho uso of these terms is an as- Dilt rency sumption of superior morality which ill becomes a school of finance whiclt has designedly increased tho purchasing power of the money of tho country The most honest dollar that cau bo coined is the dollar that most nearly corresponds in purchasing power with the dollar of PENNYROYAL WAFERS former periods There may bo dishon Â¬ A f peciflo monthly modlctna for Udl I to ruurw and rvffulUa lb rnun esty iu legislation which causes money itrouucinff it piai rKir No uhM or pUo y tp JacuArg to to appreciate In value in its relatiou ttnwch Mow uJ by over WW0 WlU InvlvoifcUi OncoiwM muMr4ftjour arascM Buy of tfaM ortfBa commodities as well as in legislation suit tttuiAA tlh aur natura icfwt fcioMiWl ArvklMil that creates money of a relatively infer Â¬ rtuoin auui A ior value Tho man who assumes that all who differ from him aro dishonest Foriwlo by CHAS O MARTIN has ofton been encountered among the PrtaUoslDriMtit lower grades of intelligence There are CIOVKRtORT KV Â¬ Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey is dlfferon from all other cough remedies It cures by allaying the inflammation nnd giving Than will bo found in any book on tono strength vigor aud vitality to the political economy respiratory orgaus Guaranteed and for It is so plain and simple that any one Haynes Cloverport can easily understand it sale by Short M II McMullin McDanlels It ia a book for the business inn Co Burns A Taylor Rosetta Meyor the professional man the fanner A A Irvington Ky W E Brown nud the laboring man It was writ Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris ton in tbo interest of bach of them Big SpringKy W O Moorman Glen Whether Republican Democrat deano Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Kirk or Populist every man who votes Ky Horaco Scott Hardinsburg Ky should read it IT WILL SKND VOll IT COST YOU POSTPAID Gold Silver d Currency its sunt to cam or Only 25 Cents Juo D Bibbigs OLOVKRPORT KY jUHnUiMfeBduil iLi 3 fiMTi V Mit ua t v ff - v iwiiim-mmjk l - VTfW Him V f f r- NEWS IT i BRECKENMDGE Jao t i 6 tltll fcilUH ftni TteptlllM 02 1895 WEDNESDAY MAY Year la Adtence Bnbierlptlen Pilot 8100 If Paid t the End ef the Year 8125 1 iu iii r Jlui n iiiiiuj w nvuiutKj hum uiusiu diiiy ilfHwh tilt linen t llltlO tighter Hi Iirwrli ilmdfetil the views ol nny limn w ho was truly Converted silver Ho them in their tins only faith Thusu who ttood with Mr Cnr HbIc arc still with liim mid their faith has been renewed Tho great moss of in QkQYBBFQBSC KY XHm BHBOKHNHIDQ3a NHW8 myjjtmwux Lttn mm Ml mr 7VWW - vw miqmyr rTr tfWffW5 i -- WPTWCf iMJW T ilMBIMallBBBBIIHiB u im Hill ii twill d i 1 ii ii ill main aBwwxwi in uu tijeiijwi airiiTiTiritjjtf aXnwoi ii i n Inii-ii-- I Oil OHATtEfl nt tj l To Tho Bepublicans of Breckcnridge County Sabject to the decision of tho Reftitillcan Contention I offer mjielf candidate for lhe If tho Republican office of Hepreientatire of Breckinridge deilre tne to repieeent thll count In the next Legislature I will hold mjielf under obligations to them for the hoior and will try to flit the office If elected with credit to mjielf and the people of my matire the people arc etlll forMlver and they arc still fighting Mn William Dods worth editor of tho Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin Now York saye National bank currency has proved a complete falluro as a contrivance for ealisf ing ho retail requirements of circulation and within tho last thirteen years its volume has fallen from rCO000000 to 200000000 while tho trado of tho country has concurrently increased fully fifty per cent Here is proof posltivo from a man who is in a position to know that tho volume of money in circulation is not sulllcicnt to do the business of tho country Just what tho News claims and everybody else except tho bankers who claim that there is more money in circulation now than ever before This same editor say that restriction of bank issues nnd the attendant curtailment of bank credits has unquestionably been tho chiof In lluenco tending to create n clamor for freo coinage of silver which is now dis- Â¬ turbing confidence from one end of the And thats tho country to the other whole question in a nut shell It Is not n question of sound money but a question of not enough money to move the business of the country Money is too dear The man who borrows money to carry on any kind of business has to pay too high for it Its just like renting a If you pay more rent than you farm receivo for what you produce on your Interest farm you come out behind dont fall with business but goes the other way Â¬ Â¬ countj netrectfullj C1IAS ULANFOUT SIX PAGES Secretary of State Walter Q Greshnm died in Washington Monday at 1 oclock a call lor a National Silver Convention at Memphis Tenn Juno and IX There Is On account of the death of Mr Grcs liam Mr Carlisle will not speak in Louisville to night as announced The peoplo in the large cities may do the rcsoluting and talking but tho peo Â¬ ple in the country w ill do the voting that lresident Cleveland has not been hankerin after Kentucky news since that Owensboro free silver con- Â¬ vention It it said Will Mr Carlisle now stand back and give the silver men a chance to do some speaking some resoluting and some shouting Sam Jones closed his meeting at At the close Owensboro Sunday night of his sermon he called for contributions to erect a building for the Y M C A In less than an hours time 23000 was ROYAL Baking Powder all la is a Ouu friend Bush of the Texas He is a bright young man a goldbug thorough genirtl gentleman and as hon est as the days aro long He is a self made man what he is he owes to his subscribed He is a man after our own exertions Ik any man is able to convince mo and own heait and we were onco almoBta show mo that I do not think or act right convert of his to gold monometallism I will gladly change for I seek the Mr Busli is a great admirer of Mr Cartruth by which no man was ever injur- lisle He says ho would rather be able ed But he is injured who abides in to make ids Covington speech than to error and ignorance M Aurelius An have 50000 in gold But we siy that tonius Mr Bush plain man as lie is is a greater man to day than the Secretary notwith The Chamber of Commerce Cincin- xtniulint lu rmt mnkrt the Aud nati fees invited the Hon W J Ilrynn irtrt I But Kite h not so frith the ptelnrist He mii hero are our reasons for saying of Nebraska to address them upon the it week Mr Bush and that most genial and His nwtto is My will not thine be done financial question Mr Bryan is staunch 1 W Ixjwis nnd Henry Malin left not love Ids neighbor ai himelegant gentleman Mr Kidgoly Caycr Ho advocate of free silver and ids presence wero making their usual rouns on tho self Ho thinks everybody is his enemy here at 7 oclock Sunday morning on in Cincinnati shows clearly that the The News had n and everybody trying to take advantago their wheels and icaehed lxiuisville at Katie paying oilpeoplo up there want to hear the other We stepped of him He is at war wiih all his friends 12 sharp Tiny ciofsid aid went via little coming to him side after it and jutt who differ from him in polities or relig- Â¬ LCorydon aboard the Katie When inteuipeiane irregular TNMiss Addie G Ditto is visiting her All waH not peace and harmony in as we did so one of the gentlemen said ion habits or undue ix posuru bus destroyed brothers anu as usual urigm as nope tho goldbug convention held at Mem Â¬ thero conies Uabbagepay him in silvor phis last week At least tho Louisville and no quicker said than here came tho his health lie curs s his God The pes- and blooming as Hebe and before many contingent of it Some resolutions effect bright and shining silver dollars and into simistic man is a strong advocate of bad moons wax and wane well well wait ing National banks was not to the bank- our pockets they went right glad wo were luck He never contributes any of ids meekly wait The to get them And right here wo want to misfortunes to his bad management ers liking and they had a row Worland A Grinned have bloomed say beyond the fear of successful contra- Ho calls it bid lurk He is always wait- Â¬ Interestingly as far us llowers aro co- Â¬ day of tho National Banks is doomed Theyve served their timo and they will diction that Mr Busi did a thing that ing for something to turn up in his ncernedand many n homo lias been have to go Tho National hrnks are in a required a man with courago and back Â¬ favor brightened from their flora kingdom Tho wife of the pessimistic man They have n few left measure responsible for all our financial bone to do and for that is a greater man If Mr should havo the sympathy of all She to day than Mr Carlisle Why troubles Wait for Hon J lroctor Knotts silver Carlislo iiad displayed tho same couragu has very few privileges Ho is ever The Republicans are getting tliemsel and had had tho back bone to say to ready to disagiee with her especially in morning newspaper Dont push any ves in great shape for their Stato Con- those fellows who presented the treasur Â¬ company Her dresses are not made to causo to tho injury of tho party silver vention which assembles in Louisville er notes for redemption and demanded suit him they are not only too costly but or gold Ultra views are to bo avoided on the 5th of June one week from to day gold if ho had pushed them out tho sil- Â¬ he dont liku the style Tho pneumatic conservative grounds are more to be That it will be a largo gathering of rep vor they would have done just like we sleeves completely upset ills nervous desired Chapman of Louisville who mar Â¬ resentative men from all over the State did rolled the silver into their pockets sj stem and he nearly dies of exhaustion Republicans seems to bu conceded when he has to it ilato them with his ried Miss Ida Kelly niece f Mrs Nenl But Mr Carlislo didnt do it Ho didnt were never so interested in a state con- try it even Suppose it had offered the lungs before she starts calling Ho tells McMonigle is dangerously ill at his will put out a home Mrs Chapman Is well known They vention before silver and suppose further ho had been her she ought to bo a brakesman on a candidate for every Stale oflice that is to refused what could they havo done Mr railroad When she asks him why he here and very popular She has much bo filled They are hopeful too of select Carlisle was the custodian of the peoples crushes her by telling her that she always sympathy ing somo of them in November and money He had offered to pay Ihe debt lias to see that her dress is coupled at Wo hear a still small voice from across probably all Mason and Dixons line saj ing Ono of money of tho peo the waist before sho starts of tho people with the The pessimistic abovo all others is your fair dnmseis who lately came North No city in Kentucky has had sucli an ple just such money as tho peoplo had He knows will soon bid adieu to maiden medita- Â¬ to pay their debts And opposed to womans suffrage advertisement as the lato convention p aced tliero tion fancy free and don the yoke of Every prominent pa tho people the plain every day businiss at present the greatest desire of womans gavo Owensboro working man the tollers lifo is to vote He destroys hie wifes willing bondage man farmer per in the country printed tho proceed by obj cling to Iter attending Mr and Mrs Win Rhodes Mr and ings with flaming headlines It shows tho producers would havo stood by him happiness He tells her that if Mrs Fon Rhodie Mr and Mrs Ed Carlislo as a representative stood for their meeting what a live wide n wake aggressive Mr women were allowed to vote they would Alexander Missts Lillio and Virgie newspaper man like Urey Woodson is tho people Mr Carlisle as Secretary for Mr Cleveland backed by the soon hold nil the offices of tho nations Rhodes and Agnes Worland attended the worth to his town Whilo other men stands Aud just draw a picture ho says of our Baptist Sunday School Convention last wero loafing around tho hotels and on money power of tho whole country Congress and Senate composed entirely Sunday at 1aynesvllle the street corners gasing and doubt Democratic State Convention of women and somo timo in tho hottest Father Herbuth has glvon up his work leas cussing the town ho was studying Following is the call for tho Democrat Â¬ part of a debate on dress reform a mouse here and taken charge of a German con- Â¬ and planning to bring that convention ic should mako its appenrance how sud Stato convention gregation in Louisville His health has with its three or four hundred peoplo to Resolved that on Juno 15 thero bo denly tho peiformaneo would bo brought Wood- Â¬ to a close And to still furtheraggravttte never been fully restored since last fall it to stay two or three days Urey hold at each voting precinct at the reg son tho he bo a silver crank is doing ular voting place in each county and leg- Â¬ her and to sho m more plainly the dis and his duties here and at Payncsvllle position of such u man lie tells her that of his woe loo arduous for him more to day for tho prosperity islative district a convention of the voters tho present Australian nlan of voting town and county than any goldbug in it will have to be chaugod For women Next Sunday will be Childrens Day thereof at 2 oclock p in to select del Â¬ will never allow secret ballot And the and at night Missionary ixetcises I Tiih announcement of Hon Charles egates to a county or legislative district tickets will have to be made with a announced for these appointments bo Blandford as a candidate for tho Repub Â¬ convention to be held at the county seat blank space at the bottom so the womt n fore but they wero postponed The composed can add a poster nt lican nomination for Representative from except that in counties or cities Como out Tho pessimists havo less pleasure than programs will bu Interesting of moro than ono legislative district the this county appears in this issue of the class of people Tho mind and encourage tho little folks as well as mpet at somo placo to bo any other aro News For this important place it must delegates shall never at ri fit Disappoint Â¬ and body their leaders appear at onco that Mr Blanford will designated by tho respective legislative ments and worry beset them by day Mrs O S Grinned and her pupils as on Monday Juno 17 at 2 and unhallowed dreams haunt them at make a strong competitor So far as tho committees night Tho frosts of a few winters whiten may oclock p in and at said county and dis- Â¬ the hair and they at last die at an early sisted by tho leading musical lights of nomination from his party goes it the town will give a recital vocal and bo generally conceded that tho tide will trict conventions delegates shall boclios age a total wreck instrumental on the evening of Juno 13 en to represent said counties and said oppodrift in his favor He has several Feoplesi Party Mais Meeting Thursday at the court house D II nents but we doubt if any of them can legislative districts in a State convention Thero will be a mass meeting of the to down to bo held on Tuesday June 23 at 12 Peoples Party at Hardinsburg Juno 15th Baldwin A Co will send a handsome command strength sufficient 1805 for the purnoso of electing dele Â¬ upright piano for the occasion him He enters tho raco with much in oclock The basis of representation on tho gates to attend the State Convention recognized leader Miss Emma Deo McGeheo cloied her his favor He is tho that meets at Louisville July Ith 1805 school at Beech Grove lut Friday Lit- Â¬ Theroforo if he is part of each precinct to said cointy among republicans And ta iuite n candidate to repre tle Minnie J en McGeheo received a after tko nomination in earnest wo think legislative districts shall bu ou eltlagatu sent Breckenrirfg couir Ik the next it will bo given him Tho nomination for every 200 votes and eacli frattltn Legislature as A M Hardin has de- Â¬ premium for excellent lesson and little elect- Â¬ clined to accept over 100 votes for the Domocratio and to attend to any Cornelia Ditto ono fur tho greatest num Can tho Demo secured what then other business that may come before the ber of head marks Both little girls aro crats put out a man who can defeat him ors at the Presidential election in 1802 meeting All who endorse the Omal a in November This may interest us fur- provided however that such oounties as platform aro invited to participate bright aud studiom and merited thoir cast 100 votes or lew for said electors S E Waooomkb ther along but for tho present wo might rewards County Chairman as well bldo our timo and await develop- Â¬ shall bo entitled to ono delegate Brother Ben Hagan has tendered his ments fillIIEHKNTU llUIua ADOPTED IIV THE resignation as pastor of the Baptist church TO STATE EXECUTIVE COSIMITTEE here The resignation will go into effect Biudlky for Governor they set down MAKCH 30 1605 the last of next month His congregaas a sure winner Tliero are other places Tho rules heretofore adopted by the YOUNG tion aro much attached to him and tho on the ticket which they hopo to Mil State Executlvo Committee in so far as separation will causo general sorrow but thero Isnt one in whom they havo they apply to holding precinct meetings WE OFFER A REMEDY WHICH Brother Hagau will go to HoJgonsvlllu such great faith as Billy O Bradley on June 15 1805 aro amended as follows to reside where we nil wish him great INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE The tide which favored them lost No- Â¬ viz happiness and success OF MOTHER AND CHILD vember has given them great courago Tho voters now residing within the Mr P P Novltt of Woodlaudanother and they will enter tho coming contest bounderies of the several voting precincts althful servant of tho Lord has entered with redoubled energy The Democrats as they were fixed and located at tho into His n st Mr Nevitt had been id however aro not yet alarmed All of November election held In 180 J will us nOOS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN for many weeks but always icalized that will only serve this Republican bluster elect- Â¬ seinblo at the places at which the HOnROn AND RISK the summons had come He diod on to put us on our guard and shapo matters ion was held in said precinct in Novem- Â¬ last Sunday morning about ten oclock move cautiously Let us accordingly as heretober 1805 and select delegates My wife used only two bottles She however and entail no mistakes Tlioro fore directed Change made in precinct was easily nnd quickly relieved Is now and was laid In the cemetery at St Mar- Â¬ tins on Monday of which church he was Is something for the party to do and you lines since the November election ISO- - doing splendidly J S Moiiton Harlow N O a dt vout member Mr Nevitt had pawed may bo euro of it by tho creation of new precincts or the on receipt of price Scntbyoxprcseormall his three score and ten Ad through alteration of old ones will ho ignored in flOO pr bottle Hook TO MOTHERS life ho had ever been a man of large mailed fee precinct leavening holding these the Stato meetings Com- - BuivriELB BEarjUTOR co ATUirri at kind heart affectionate devoted to Ida Highest of By order of Executive family He waa A christian ageutleman OLD BT AU OKVMiin 4rngtk V 8 Qvef ttateat Report hnittco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ snei Did you uver think of llio ilifferclltfr in the nature and tho ilisposltioii between In tho the optimist and the pessimist mind of tho optimist congeniality reigns supreme He Sums to love everybody uuu ever ujuy luvtB mm jiisiuuikj is In Thy will bo done and not mine ids opinion vwry unavoidable accident is for the best He will not fail out witli his neighbor who holds a different view from his own If his comrado thinks that if tho sllverites should sue the dumping cel this country would mind for nil tho silver in tho world and he himself believes that their suc Â¬ cess Is tho only salvation for the country he Is fctlll ids friend or vice versa There is no being on earth who njoys more liberty than tho wifo of an optim- Â¬ ist husband Ho is so liberal in his views that ho allows her to have her own opinions and all tho privileges sho can possibly ask He never objects to look Â¬ ing alter the baby or keeping the chick- Â¬ ens oirthe flower beds while his wife at tends tho Woman Suffrage Meetings Ho enjoys the extreme styles in dress in the same proportion that alio does The smaller the bonnet the bigger the price does not upset ids temper in tho least and lie loves to gaze upon her balloons shccarrus on her shoulders But the happiest peoplo in tho world aro tho optimistic father and mother This was fully demomtrattd at the Sabbath School on Childrens Day How delighted they were at the marches and tho little songs and the little recitals And be he mar- Â¬ ried or single who was in that audience that did not feel that the darkest clouds would ever afterward havo a silver lin- Â¬ ing while that solo and duet were being rendered especially tho optimists And to him what was moro touching than the recitation of the little girl who con- Â¬ cluded with a little cry And do you supposo there was a man or woman of this kind there that did not wish they had two little boys who could sing like those who sang about to morrow No ono enjoys better health than the optimist Ho is regular in his habits cats wholesome food never allows his temper to interfere with his nervous ays trm consequently his digestion is perfect Without complaint he cnduice tho heat of many summers and with pleasure watches his hair become frosted by many winters till at last ho gives up tho ghost an octogenarian Willful 111 every bbllgatlollj dlllgcht ill tho tlifclmrgd of every duty Ho had Mr8 Taylrtf llajhsls very inilcli bel been twlio married nnd lias three living Children by his lltst wlfi Mr It H fer Remember Childrens Dy next Sun Â¬ Nevitt of thin plate Mr John Nevitt bf Irvington and Mm Sneldur of Wood Â¬ day They can thank God for the good Is here fOrrt land Dick Ditto of OAcnshur examplu cf this His servant and their few dajs dear father May they find inspiration A big excursion don n from Ioiiisvlllo In his life and death to devote themselves last Sunday to the bleslig of olheisund to the imi Â¬ Henry Shackhtt came down Sunday tation of his excellent example and for a few hours upright excellent lifo To tho wife the children and grind thildrcn we extend Wade Ditto will pc vpt our congratulaklndist sympathy tions late but unavoidably so Will Grinned and Georgo Worland at Â¬ Thero is more Catarrh in this section tended Mr I l Neitts funeral of the country than all other diseases put Mrs James Ashcraft mother of Mr together aud until the last few years John Ashcraft has been quito ill was supposed to be incurable For n of Vino Grove great many years doctors pronounced it Haswell Kskridgc spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs S C a local disease aud prescribed local rem- Â¬ Main edies and by constantly failing to cure Mr Wm Stith and son rnme down on witli local treatment pronounced it in- Â¬ curable Science- has proven catarrh to tho rqcursion to see Mr and Mrs Wm be a constitutional disease and therefore Be w ley Hods I had a pleasant call lnt week from requires constitutional treatment Mrs Guedryand MissMamlu Daugherty Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney A Co Toledo Ohio is the only of Kkron constitutional cure on the market It is Misses Bess and Blanche Allan are taken internally in doses from 10 drops Masscna Mrs visiting their aunt to a tcaspoouful It acta directly on the Fontaine blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system Mrs B A Young has returned aud is They offer one hundred dollars for any at the St Cloud with her friend Mrs case it fails to cure Send for circulars John Frakes and testimonials Address Mr and Mrs Jesse Hi rmon spent last F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs CSTSold by Druggists 75c Â¬ BFANDENBURQ aattiitSi Fine Goods bought Can be sold Low Cheap a ffj And we will do it Our Great Summer Stock has been bought at a bargain and shall be sold at a bargain gUMMER FOR FABRICS J W Lewis Mrs Dr Pusey and Miss Mary will go Miss Mary will to Louisville this week H2LW eather W ear To arrive this week an ard Grades im- Â¬ remain forn visit Joe A McGeheo and Henry Ditto camo down last Sunday on the excursion to spend a few hours A full choir at the Baptist church last Sunday with Mrs Frank Webb presiding nt the organ as usual Miss Jennie Ditto will tpend several days here this wetk She will soon take vows matrimonial Miss Agns Malin is circling around very gracefully on her bicycle Several of our ypung ladies are learning to con iro the wheel Mr David Duncan of Ciovcrport is lere for n short time in tho Messenger office He was connected with tho News cilice for a long time Miss Florence Yeakcl Mr Geo Yea daughter had her pocket book kel snatched one day last weak by a negro The Cut worms Have Quit The Fields And Invaded Tho Barns InviNOTox Ky May 27th 1805 Editor News Noticing in the columns of Â¬ mense line New Novelties as well as all the Leading Stand- Â¬ sindlnicjiiadlidiylfpped i os Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ your paper numerous stories about worms talked of everywhere I go I thought that I too might contribute one tiiat equals anything that I havo heard that was not Intended for fop in The story which I wish to l elate I havo witness to On the 17th inst a reliable my brother-in-laand I were hauling in hay aud when wo had one load about half off wo noticed a cut worm on the floor We began to look around and jn ECONOMY a short timo had killed 150 worms and It seemed that wo had scarcely begun the slaughter when we looked about tho is floor in the hay seed Wo could scarce- Â¬ ly make s step on the floor without hear- Â¬ ing a worm pop I have no doubt had V cw I wed to count no could ImtoJ eounkd hundreds or perhap tvsh thousands Wo supposed that they had crawled out of the grass into the edge of the bay stack and we had thus carried them to tho barn loft Somo say that they have eaten ten penny nails in two j rzx rm x ffl icyoovcnwmvovcKvcrvLxri kTi jnjLrcwjivvsjj-iicr-jLrixx- i Others say that they havo eaten their dogs tails oir and some have even said that they have eaten their horses tails ofl Now Mr Editor they have never done anything of this kind for us but they havo played havoc with crops and it seems that lliey might be thinking of feasting on our horses as they havo al- Â¬ ready assembled in our barn loft Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg C A Penick Finding lost lines and Will attend to any business in tho line of Surveying RUTH Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners a specialty Breckcnridge county solicited Also a Notary Public and can tako the acknow- Â¬ Mr J I Hall is very low with con- ledgements of deeds nt time of surveying if parties desiro it v Address at Hardinsburg Ky sumption cut- Â¬ Come and learn what PLEASURE SATISFACTION and in trading with There T VEST ryTrftnr-JTUTarimjTttJxxic-- rpararrjxrraraTimn lj CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SUEYETOE V Â¬ y - - Aj Â¬ Jr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ad Â¬ Johnnie Sklliman West View was here Sunday Will Sklliman Wist View is hero for a few months Mrs Morris Wilson Louisville came down Saturday Mrs Helen Walker nnd Mrs Jake Wilson Fordsville were hero Saturday Mr nnd Mrs O II Cooper Louisville came down Friday to see their mother E P Bright went to McDaniels last Sunday Mr Bright is seeking a hunter to train his beautiful white dog Rover The friends of Mrs Jennie Craig are glad to sco her out again even though that broken arm is yet can led most carefully Aud hero wo must chronicle the sad death of a most estimable lady Mrs E II Cooper She died Saturday May 18 after long patient suffering Her feitli hopo and complete resignation were beautiful to sse and gives to tho bereaved husband and son the consoling thought that sho Is Safe in the arms Among thoso from a dlstanco of Jesus whom wo noticed in attendance at tho funeral of Mrs E II Cooper Sunday were Mrs Morris Wilson Mr and Mrs Morris O II Cooper Louisville Jasper Wilson Earlington James Ball Jollys Station J F Cooper G W Brlte J D Cooper Mr and Mrs Jake Wilson and Mr nnd Mrs Harvey Robards Fords vide Tho mistake made by tho postal de Â¬ partment in discontinuing the post office at Ruth was rectified last week by its re establishment with Mr D C demons as post master Thh is vry gratifying We have noticed the to our peoplo great number of post masters appointed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WIVES Â¬ Mothers Friend Â¬ though they aro rivals In the political race Miss Roso A Morris enterlnincd at tea Mrs J It Baskett and sons David and Clydo Thursday evening after which they left for Clinton Texas to join Mr Baskett who preceeded them to their new home several weeks ago We re- Â¬ gret to lose them from our midst but join a number of friends in wishing them success in their new homo It appears that our little town is rather Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old living at G18 Monroo street laducah in favor of womans rights judging from Ky says that Dr Beds Pine Tar Honey appearances last week Mrs Arrie And- Â¬ is the best grip cure cough lung and erson was solo proprietor of our drug bronchial remedy that has been offered store Saturday acting instead of her to the people during Iter life Guaran- Â¬ brother J T Cundifr who was detained at homo by Blckness Our post office is teed and sold by Short A Haynes Clover port DrRHMcMullinMcDanielsj M in charge of Miss Clara Adkisson and Meyer A Co Bums A Taylor Rosetta the depot is presided over by Miss Roso A A Morris Tho ladles are coming to tho W E Brown Irvlngton Ky Richkrdson Garfield Ky A R Morris front in business circles in old Kentucky Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen as well osrsoine of our Western States deane Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Tho way to euro a cough is to stop tho Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg coughing Dr Bolls Pino Tur Honey Ky cuts looso the mucous heals the lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip QUSTON cough in one night For salo by Short A IIaynesCloverport Dr R 11 McMul Â¬ Miss Ruio Brown waa in town shop lln McDaniels M Meyer A Co Euros ping two afternoons last week A Taylor Rosetta W E Brown Iry Geo J Neff aud wife wero gucste of ington Ky A A Richardson Garfieldi Mr aud Mrs Sam Dowell Friday Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Geo J Ned and family epont Tuesday W 0 Moorman Glendeano Ky P with Chris Bewley and wife near here Sherron Bios A Co Kirk Ky Horace Misses Hattlo McCoy and Mamie Suy Scott Hardinsburg Ky dor Bewloyvide were in town Saturday afternoon To Whom it May Concern Mrs J R Baskett spent Monday of The County Teachers Examination week with Mrs Rhoda Anderson of last for white teachers will bo hold at Har-Â¬ Cedar Grove dinsburg on Friday and Saturday Juno UkTM Ida nnd Kittle Antler Tho 7th and 8th and for colored teachers on ifaH gusts at dinner of Mrs Geo Friday and Saturday JunoMth and 15th Ne Sunday J Tho examination will begin at 0 oclock J D Rabbnge editor of tho News and a in Each applicant will please bo on Miss Rosa Q Morris dined with Mrs hand and bring their stationery so there Geo J Neff Thursday Brandenburg is shall bo no confusion Miss Lulle Lewis Very Respectfully visiting her grand father It J Patteson Anmikw DnisKKix SupL Sick headache and cousin Miss EyaCarrigun Misses Edith Shumate and Mamie Pains in the back Goal Reduced Cause Sallow complexion Hicks of Hid Grove wero calling on Tho Celebrated Falcon Coal delivered Friday afternoon here Loss of appetite and friends Josie LeGrand and brother Clin- Â¬ screened lump 7Jo per bushel by theload Miss Exhaustion Nut coal thirty ton of Rock Haven aro visiting their thirty bushels or moro bushels or more flc per bushel couslu Miss Minnie LeGrand There is only one cure which is It n PmncK Mrs J R Baskett and llttlo eons David and Clyde wore guests at dinner Wanted Female Help of Mrs L W Adklsson Thursday Professional nurse or married lady to Mrs L W Adklseon and daughter introduce to mothers famous teething etfONIcF entertained at dinner Sunday Messrs and bowel remedy write Floyd A Co f One Pink Pill touches the liver and Mathew Sanders Elizabeth town Henry Owensbiro Ky Cain Cedar Hill and Miss Rose Morris removes the bile One Tonic Pellet nightly acts as a Our candidates for Representatives Old gentle laxative In keeping the bowels A J Thompson and John Hardin were open restores the digestive organs tones seen walking our streets one day last up the nervous system and makes new week seeming to enjoy each others com Â¬ Ketabllehed 38 years Trent a mule or fo rich blood Complete trcatent two ot or eliitflo Each seem to be main married exceue orla pany very much ubuMa lwrlrlHe medicines one price 35c KILlGUAKANTKKO ltoartl and KparU guided by the proper motives and a feel Â¬ menu furnlaUetl wlteu QuaeMvH Treatise aud aample free at any rtott ing of good CallorWHU wll toward each other even Blank and Hook ttu iltlril SaOWM Mr OO Xew Tetk who are scarcely ablo to write their names and can not read but only tho most legible writiugs and that not quick- Â¬ ly In tho appointment of Mr Clemons as pott master Ruth may indeed feel that it surpasses other offices in tho county as he is a graduate of the Ken lucky University at Lexington Then too his appointment is in accordance with the Jefferconian idea AJ in ConstipationBiliousness fft fi lift H The Reliable f AmTtit fa - v a a 3i ff avsvv mJrmu fcxm T T l I 9 -- M I NAPOLEON THE BEmaKJNmriGEi 1SIWS GLOVERPORT KY BONAPARTE OUR PRESTON CORRESPONDENT VISITS L0UI8VILLE 9 RMS WHAT THEY ARE gentleman of n methodical ha Â¬ bit who had adopted tho practice ofritainlnga copy of every pre icription issued by his family physician hpcnino interested ns time went on to note thnt tho same ingredients were pretty cer- Â¬ tain to be prescribed at so mo point of tho treatment of every case For n poorappctlteorafioro throat for rcstlessnes which disturbed the babys sleep nud for troubles which beset the aged grandpa- cnti tho favorite remedy was always turning up although slightly mod Â¬ ified from timo to timo and used often in conjunction with others Ills family physician had everbcen 11 successful practitioner and when another wns consulted care bad always been taken to obtain the services of somo one eminent for skill nnd reputation Still the fre Â¬ quent recurrence of tho favorite formula was a marked circum- Â¬ stance One day our friend Imp pencil to observe thnt the formula of a ccitaln advertised remedy wns identical with tho latest prescrip- Â¬ tion lie had received from his own physician and in come surprise he fctnted the ciso to him The fam Â¬ ily doctor after listening to what he had to say replied Tho easo is about tliis way Whenever thcic is a disturbance of the func- Â¬ tions of tho body no matter of what nature it is pretty certain to be accompanied by a derangement of the digestivo organs When they are all right the patient gets well That particular formula that you havo observed mo to write moro and moro frequently is the result of an ago of careful experiment and is pretty gener- Â¬ ally agreed upon now by nil educated physicians who keep up with the times Tho discovery of the past few years of a means of reducing every drug to a powder and compressing the powders into littlo lozenges or tabletsor tabules it you prefer which will not break or spoil or lose their good quali- Â¬ ties from nge if protected from air and light is the explanation of how it has come about that this prescription is now for sale 03 an advertised remedy It is as you say however and is all right It is tho medicine that nine peoplo out of ten need overy time they need any and I havo no doubt that making it bo easy to obtain so carefully prepared and withal so cheap will tend to actually pro- Â¬ long tho nverago of human life duriug tho present generation A Â¬ tt There will be n Picnic on the Most Brilliant Military Episode Known News Gossip and the New Woman In History It r- THE CAMPAIGN OF AUSTERLITZ MVAdams Utter Rout of Austrians and Russians on His Coronation Anniversary Crowned King of Italy APPEARANCE IConrricht 1803 liv John Clark lildnnth I FitnM Nrvrnp TYiMt Tr Aiibtkii L1TZ Death of Pitt Hoods Is Good Makes Pure Blood Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated I lies A Co Lswell Mass It W wdh pttMiira ttiftt I ctv you tlie details of strr llttto Mars sttktieu an tier rttarn to health by tho uio of Iteedi Barsapftrllln Sli C AT THIRTY FIVE Uustavus or awectcu ail oust ciupostit n greater thnn tlionisdvcu to mnko a new coalition Ho tried to Induce Fred crick William of Prussia to join his for tunes with tlin rest but tliu last named mouiuch was for tho timo 1 strained by tho wouUnuss of prudence Tho ngonts of Napoleon Veld out to him suggestions of tho restoration of Hanover to Prussia Dut Austria and Russia mid Swo- den pressed forward confidently to over thrpw tho now French Empiro That Empiro should not seo tho eud of tho flrbt yoar of its creation I Tho Austrians woro first in tho field Tho Russians under Kntuaoff came on into Pomoranln from tho East Out of Swodouwitli n largo army enme down Gustnvns thoDoti Quixotoof the North to crush Borundotto who held Hanover Napoleon for his part sprang forth for tho campngiu of Austorlltt perhaps tho most brilliant military episode intlio history of mankind With incrcdiblo facility ho throw forward to tho Rhino an urmy of n hundred nnd eighty thou sand men His policy wni as always to ovorcomo tho allies in detail On tho 24th of Scptembor tho Emperor loft Paris Tbo Empress nnd Tnl loyraud wont with him ns fnr as Strns burg On tho 2nd of October hnstili tios began at Guntzburg Four days aft erwards tbo FruioU nrmy crossod tho Dauubo On tho iSli of tho moulh Murat won tho bnttlo of Wertiugen capturing Count Auffouborg witli two thousand prisoners On tho 10th tho Frcnoli had Augsburg and on tho 13th Munich On tho 1 ith Soult triumphed at Memingeii capturing a corps of six thousand Austrinns and on tho samo day Ney literally overran tho torrilory wliich was soon to become his Duoliy of Eluhingou Napoloon 0 Ventral the Ufci main division of tho Tho Austrians under General Mack thirty threo thousand strong woro ceop cd up in tho town and on tbo 17th of forcod to capitulate Eight Octobor field marshals nnd generals inoludiug the Princo Liohtcnsteiu nnd Uouorals Klouau and Fresuol woro mado prisoners Soldiers of the Grand Army said Napoleon wo hare finished tho campaign in a fortnight On tho day of tho capitulation of Ulm Mnssoun in Italy drovo back tho army of tho Arohdnko Charles Tho Austrians to this dato in n period of twenty days had lost by battlo aud capturo fully fifty thousand men I On tho 27th of October the Frouoh army crossed tbo Inn Salzburg and Braunau woro taken In Italy Mussotia on tho 80th won tho battlo of Caldiero and took flvo thousand prisoners Tho Fronch closed towards tho Austrian capital On tho 13th of November Napoleon having obtained possession of tho bridgos of tho Dnnubo entered Vi- Â¬ enna Ho established himself in tho im perial palaco of Snhoubruuii Th Aus trian Empiro and tho Holy Roman Em piro whioh was its shadowy penumbra soomed to vanish like ghosts beforo him Out of Pomoranln into Moravia to tho pluin of Olmutz tho groat Russian nrmy nudor tho Czar nnd Kutuiioff oamn roaring Thero they woro united with n heavy division of the Austrians under Emporor Francis The latter had lied from his capital and staked his last fortunes on battlo in tho Hold Tho al lied army was eighty thousand strong Napoleon with sixty thousand men commanded by Soult Latinos Murat nnd Borundotto ndvnuced rapidly from tho direction of Vienna ns rnpidly ns Driinn nnd thoro awaited tho onset Just boyoud this town nt Austirlitz the Fronch woro arranged in n semicir- Â¬ cle with tho convox front towards tho allies who oooupiod tho outer nro on a rnngo of heights Such wns tho situation 011 tho uight of Dooombor 1st 1805 Tho morrow will bo the first nnnivor sary of our coronation in Notre Dumo n glorious day for battlo I With tho morning of tho 2nd Napo- Â¬ loon could acarooly restrain his ardor The enthusiasm of tho nrmy know no bounds On tho night before tho Em peror in his gray coat had gono tho cir clo of tho camps and tho soldiors ex toniporizing straw torohos to light tho way ran beforo him Looking oagorly through tho gray dawn ho saw tho ene my badly nrrnnged or moving danger ously iu brokou masses under tho cover of a Moravian fog Presently tho fog lifted uud tho sun burst out in splendor Tho onset of tho Fronoh was irresittiblo Tho allied center was picrcod Tho Aus trian and Russian emperors with their nrmiod woro bent flying in utter rout aud pinio from tho field Thirty thou sand Russians and Austria Truce killed wouudod or taken AUimmiwc bearo ly escaped capture Beforo sunset tho Third Coalition was broken into frag Â¬ ments nud blown away Meanwhile from thu bordors of Han ovor thoQnixotical Gurtavushnd takon to flight and wns eager to necuro him solf beyond tho Baltio Oh tho 24th of Doeeiubor overythiug was completed by tho Poaca of Prossburg Austria gave up tho whole of her Veuetiali possessions into the kingdom of Italy The Tyrol Vorarlborg aud Passan wont to Bavaria Tho latter country and Wnrtemberg wero made into kingdoms For all this tho nuoient Empiro of the Hnpsbnrgs was compensated with Salzburg and some other trifling places After Austorlitz the broken Russians fell baok towards their own territory Central Europe seamed to be suddculy dominated by tbo sword cf tho Corslcau Pitt uo loiiger able to bear tho strain of the tremendous antagonism lauk rapid ly and died The glorious victory whioh Nelson had won iu tho bloody foam of Trafalgar 011 the day after tho capitula tion of Mack could not compensate for the Continental ruin Pitt paweit away 011 the 3Url of Jauimry 1806 Aunter liU ami PrraetMirg are said to have kill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hJ XVI wm txkan down with To tlia Now Frcnoli Empiro tho Con nulnr Republic contributed 0110 fact of transcendent iniportntico Thnt was tho Codo Nnpoloou n work which tho Emperor regarded to tho ond of his days ns Lioforo hid greatest gift to posterity tho Revolution Franco bad had ns many laws ns provinces Tho cynical Voltairo doalnrcd thnt in his country tho trnvelor must chnngo his codo ns ofton ns ho changed horses Tho question of unifying and nation- Â¬ alizing tho stntutos of Franco had boon beforo tho Stntcs Gonornl nt Vcrsailloa By thnt body tho uioasuru was romnuded to tho National uud Constituent Assemblies by those to tho Convention by that to tho piroctory and by that to tho CoiiHuluto Here then had arisen n powor nt last that was nblo to roviso and reform A commission was appoint- Â¬ ed by tho First Consul bonded by tho groat lawyer Tronchct to reconstruct tho jurisprudence of Franoo In four months this coinuiibslou inado its roport to tho Council of Stnto Na poleon personally presided Tho projait of tho commission was rend discussed and passed on clauso by clause On tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fovor and a Bad TeKafflng Mils a sore came on her rlgM til be tntva the two loner rfti la a short tune ether broke on the left side She nonld take p41i of sere motitli in vbtn w had succeed otrtinnlne tills ttiewmiM sillier with at Â¬ tack of hljfti ferer and expel bloody lookluj s arfectvd and ronUer corruutlnu llrr head oond Iroia her ears Alter eavli attack she Le-- Couh tin came worse and ail treatment failed to glre her relief until wo began tb tue Hoods Sutmjmrlll After ibis lid taken oue baU bottle we could tluit she was btUsr We conlluued wulll she bad tukep three butttei Kow site looks Uke Hoods Cures Tho Bloom of Health aid Is fat ns a pis TT trl grateful and oaniet ton DiCicb In lardr of Hoods uriajuulu sax MltsA M Adams luuau Teuest efficiently on the liver amd bowels Hoods Plllo act easily yet promptly awl asc FALLS OF ROUGH PMr W Stone bought 207 acres of laud from Mr II M McCracken this week Will Bean was mnrried to Sliss lAnnie Itcnfrow near Sulphur Springs the 2nd Miss May Peyton will return soon fiom Owentboro where she has been att tid ing school Mrs Frank Peyton will go to liar dinsburg in the morning for a short visit M k3Ir Â¬ among friends Misses Mnud Lyons and Lillian Stone vleitfd Mrs Willio Brack Short Creek Satuiday nnd Sunday Mr John Dean of Glendeaue wns hero 011 Katie this week Jtmnio Green is expected home nom rnnceion nexicaiuruny Miss Niinnio Fisher Uock Vnle enter- Â¬ tained a number of young people nt her pleasant homo the 23th Inst Misses Lillian aud Tillio Stone went to Gleudcano shopping this week Misses Mnud Lyons nnd Helen Brown visited tho Misses Davison this week Miss Helen Brown will return to her homo nenr Hawesville next Saturday Her many friends will sadly miss her and regret thnt she does not stay longer Mrs L Green is superintending tho preparation for an ice cream supper and entertainment to bo given tho 8th of June for tho benefit of the church Mrs L Green has had green peas large enough for use a week The cut worms did not hurt her garden She has a good 0110 and is justly proud of it Mr Georgo Stone of Leitchfleld wns hero n few days this week Ho enme down for the purpose of purchasing a co plo of Shetland ponies from Master Robert Green Messrs L and Willis Green Masters Robert Green Georgo and Muck Peyton Johnnie Head went to Hardimburg today they took up about a dozon Shet- Â¬ land ponies to sell Mr Willis Green claimed to bo greatly damaged even to tho amount of millions by n typographical error wliich read Mrs Willis Green instead of Mr Therefore I will hereby correct that mistake There is not a Mrs Willis Green at pre- Â¬ sent but there may bo ono iu the future So girls cense those cruel reproaches and put on your most pleasing smiles Mr Willis Green is still a bachelor The wedding fpok n of in week b foro lasts items was celebrated at tho church last Sunday night Tho attendonta were Misses Jennie and Bell Davison Messrs Sam Morgan and Lnfo Beauchamp Tho housQ was beautifully decorated with flowers Tho brido carried whito roses and looked radiantly happy Itov Dr Lauibuth performed the ceremony Tho Democratic party has lost a faith- Â¬ ful voter and the county n most humble and gentlemanly negro in tho death of poor old Crocket Sorele ho died very suddenly of heart disenso Wednesday morning May 22d He had lived with Mr Green for overtweuty years and was buried on his place Ho was born in Pulaska county Vn and was so loyal to his State and people that ho named his oldest son Stonewall Jackeon and always voted the Democratic ticket The Sorelep to whom ho belonged wero ono of tho first families of Virttinla and from their training lie recti ol thoso gen 1 and He never forgot his polite manners place or thu hoaiago due to white peo- Â¬ ple ho wns a tmo gentleman of color The poor old fellow has breii an Invalid for uiHiiy yearn he sometimes did light woik for Mrs Green and through their kindness ho was emibhd to support hM largo family 11 Â¬ Â¬ ic- - NA1 OLE0V 1803 DT BOUILLOH I- - t fc fr March 1803 tho Codo Civilo dc3 Fraucais was complotod nnd publish- Â¬ ed It cousisted of twenty two hundred aud oighty ono articles Thoso woro ar Â¬ ranged under throe heads Tho Rights of Persons tho Laws of Property and tho Mothods of acquiring Property In tho codo tho olomonts of Roman Law nnd tho law customs of tho French poo plo woro blended with singular skill Tho Codo Napoleon bocamo tho basis of jnrisprudcuco not only in Franco but in Sioily Holland Belgium tho Rhino proviucos Switzerland Poland fend in all tho conn trios dominated by mo Liaiiu races in nropo ana America At tho dato of his coronation Napo leon was thirty ilvo years threo months and soventoon days of ago Ho was in his very prime Physically ho had tri Â¬ umphed over thnt nttonuation and uttor swarthiuess which had marked his youngor years On his first issuanco to publio notice nnd down to tho tiiuo of tho Consulate ho had worn n haggard look which nddod to his thinness and his low staturo mado him almost n specter In tho yoar of his marriago ho was described by an obsorvaut lady as reported in Stondhal as tho thinuost uud quooroBt boing I over mot In another placo tho samo authority Bays Ho was so scrawny that ho of him Inspirod pity Dut with tho gratification of his ambitions aud desiros ho becamo plump nnd bonutiful Of all tho descriptions of tho person of Oonaparto that of Mcuoval his eoo retnry is doubtloss tho most correct and satisfying Ho says of tho Emperor that though small of staturo his por son was woll knit and symmetrical ThD bust was lougor rolatlvoly than tho logs Tho head was largo and tho skull flno ly developed Tho neck was short and tho shouldora proportionally broad Tho chest was round and full indicating n Tho limbs both robust constitution nrms and legs woro porfoot Tho Em peror was ns proud ns was Lord Dyron of his small plump bauds mid tnporiug fingers His forohoud was broad nnd high his eyes easily kindled with pasHis comsion aud flasliod lightnings plexion wns pallid bronzed at first always of tho Italian huo His dark hnir bocamo thin on tho top of his lioad and tho height of the forchoad was soomiug Monoval ly increased for thirteon years intimntawlth hlamnstor obsorv lug olosoly bis ovory mood nnd fonturo says His bond nnd bust woro in no way Inferior in nobility nnd dignity to tho moat beautiful statuoof antiquity Tho now Imporial systom quickly dif Â¬ fused itself abroad WheroYcrthoinflu encOof Frnnoo oxtonded tho political transformation was easily effected Tho Cisalpino Republic- was converted into tho kingdom of Italy This Napoleon would inako un nppnuago of his own For four months sixtoon hours daily he wrought nt tho establishment of tho now rogimo in Frnnoo Ha t on sped to Wilun uud on tho 20th of May 1806 was crowned King of Italy Tho coro inonlal was in tho great cathodral there Bocond only in miiguifiaeuca to St Po turn Tho old Iron crown of tho Lorn burd kings was brought forth from its llusty keep and was given by tho arch- gallop of Milan to tho Emperor who patting it on his head uttered tho fa Moot mot Dion mo la donuoa Gore a Qod has glvou It to bis qal In touoho an aphor Beware who touohos itl lim whioh became the motto of the Or dor of the Iron Crowu Tlw Empire brought four yearn of oea Nupolowl licoame the Miiooiw war trnmtflcrof vineyards Ill nriuies made Europo luto mire England agreeing RtAtulmisuot to fight fought Pitt now in tho last yoar of his life vm nil if ie resource to bring about a lngtw Ha poreuaded AUiaa fefAiuut Franoo ed hlwl 4m q KwMi Frahoia U Aaekrta mm Gth of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Half Bates on Sundays Taking tflict May 20th tho Louisville St Louis it Texas Hallway will sell on every Sunday round trip tickets between all its stations on main lino at ouo fare Tickets are good for the round trip only on date of sale good rcturningsame day This gives everyono an opportun Â¬ ity to visit one of the largo cities or spend a day with their friends along tho line For Further information call on agents or address II 0 MoiinuK A G P A Louisville Ky ker CaatorU Wbea Bbjr waa stek we When ate was a CbHJ aba erfad for Caatorl Wbea live became Mia aba ctog U OttatorU YTbeu afee ka4 Children aUe fT thaw Caatorb fn J4HM CUM RUsTAT homo near Elizabethtown last Saturday Q W BEARD Dr Strother who was sommond to MORRIS ESKRIDQE 1 - -- Dire tors Louisville last week as a witness in the R M JOLLY Itlptnt Tabules Sold by druggists orhy case of Meek against tho Louisville City mall If the price Ijo cents a box Is sent INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Hailwny returned home last Friday to I he IllpansChcinltil Company No 10 Spruce st New York AVo are in receipt of an invitation to tho marriage of Ur Juno Itnwlingd of EKRON Kansas City Mo aud Miss Mott of tho samo place which occurs on tho 5th of Floyd Lnmkiii went to Irvinglon Mon June Juno is one of our Mendo county day boys who has built up quite a good It A Eiisou shipped n car of hogs practice For a CAN I OnTAIN A PATENT opinion write to Srompt answer and an honest noaxlr BUT Monday tfc CO who have had Tears xperlenos In the patent business Communica Â¬ For whooping cough Chamberlains strictly conSileutlsl A Handbook or In B B Shacklett of Hill Grove was in Uy using tions is excollent Cough Kemedy formstlon concerulna Ialenla and bow to ob Â¬ tain tbera sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ town Thursday it freely tho disease is deprived of nil ical anil sclent Do books sent free Patents taken through Munn A Co receive The school trustees hero closed tho dangerous consequences There is no peclal notice In the Melentlno Amerlrnn and thus are brought widely bernretbe public with- Â¬ literary society Sunday dangorln giving tlie remedy to babies out cost to tbe Inventor This splendid caper Illustrated the nnd Issued weekly eeaantl7anr aclentlflohas brisr tbo J K Bmmlelt went to llnrdiusbuig ns it contains nothing injurious largest circulation of work Iu a year Simple Tuesday to attend court r0 cent bottles for sale by A U Fisher world 83 Edition monthly enplea sent frefl Uulldlnz tlioa year BtaUÂ¬ copies JH cents Every number oontatna beau In colors and of Hon Gus W ltichardson was down Clovorport Ky and KincheloeA Hoard tiful plates plans enabling photographsshow new builders to the J louses with and secure contracts llnrdinsburg Ky atest designs from Louisville last week Address MUNN A CO Niw YOKE 301 naoADWAY Mies Mlttie Taylor of Louisvillo is the guest ot Miss Itena Shacklett n Mrs J K Braralett went to Alton Laufer Iro Correctly weekly by Iumphrey duce Coinmliion Merchants ato Second St bet Iud Sunday to visit her parents Main and Market Louisville Ky Mr W L Archer attended the Itepub The first of Amerlcun News- Â¬ llcan Convention at Brandenburg MonLOUISVILLE KY May 28 189J papers OHARLES A DANA day Shippers should mark all paekkges plainly Editor Itov Arthur Willett after a pleasant with shippers name and poat ofile addrtn BUTTER visit to his friends here left for Illinois 10 12 Choice country Fiiday 0 8 Medium The American Constitution w 20 Mr Peyton Shumate and Floyd Lam Creamery thoAmerican Idea the Ameri- Â¬ EGOS kin went to Louisville Wednesday even- Fresh 10 can Spirit Those first last DEANS ing on business to 22 i and all the time forever Michigan hand ploked Miss Laura Shacklett of near Garrett 1 76 to 2 00 ndlata Nary Bucklcns Arnica Salve 1 00 to 1 20 spent last week witli her cousin Miss Old or Common and colored 6 a Daily by mail - - The Bkst Saivk in the world for Cuta FEATUEKS Itena Shacklett a Bruises Sores Ulcors Salt Ithouin Fever 35 38 Daily Sc Sunday by Primo whits goose 35 30 The Weekly - - Mrs Isaac Owlngs and Mrs J F Mixed a yr Sores TettcrChapped IIandsCiiiIblalns X0 15 Old Corns and all Skin Eruptions and pos- Â¬ Woolfolk went to OwensboroWednesday No 1 duek 25 Q 00 itively cures Piles or 110 pay required to visit Mrs E L Wiinp HIDES 4 Green food i It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ Misses Nottie and Edith Sliumato and Dry Salt good 7J 1i 9 la tbo greatest Sunday Newspaper in the faction or money refunded Prico 25 Joo Wright of Hill Grovo wero hoio Dry flint good 7 world 20 k 0 cents per box For salo by A It Fisher Thursday the guests of Mrs Honry Sheep skins POULTRY Prico 5c a copy By mall 2 a year Withers 7 7J Hamper lb G ARRETS AtldrcaaTUi SUN New York Somo unprincipled parties cut and Dueki 0 fjS 9 damaged somo nice shade trees last Turkeys alive Mr Frank Ditto Vino Grove was here I Turkiys dressed 0 10 Saturday night for Mr J T Jones and DKIED APPLES AND PEACHES Saturday choice bright quartera 6K to Apples POSITIONS GUARNTEED Mr O C Woymuth of Constantino S J Brown Applet average 4f to S was hero Monday night The person that lost a gold Catholic Applet old under reasonable conditions Do not say llcan 4 to not he done until you send for free 1 30 page Mr John Funk spent SuiiTlay with his medal can have salno by calling on Mr Peaches new Poaches old catalogue llRAUCHTOHS PltAGTIOAL G T Uashatn near Saleui church and sister Mrs Kato Bungcr BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of bhoil WOOL hand Typewriting and 1 clcgraphv A D Mills and wife spent Thuis 21 Mr describing samo Tub wished NASIIVIILiTKN fine - 15 1S day witli Dr Miles nnd family 4 WEEKS y PratiKhtone method of tearh There wns a black cloak fur lined lost Oreate coarse 13 16 Greate liiir bookkcclnr is ciual to 12 WEEKS by Miss Joslo LcGrando and sister spent between Buck Grove and Ekrou last Merino old method - 10 M1J It cape ids more money in the Interest of its 8 12 Friday witli Mr James Tindall week the finder will confir a favor by Harry and Cutt Uinployucnt Department than half thr business MISCELLANEOUS Mr Hugh IHickles and sister MIsa Eva leaving 6umo or word with the Station college in the south take In as tuition It is 4 Tallow itronglj nJotMMl li Hankers Merchants and went o Gnrnettsvillo Saturday 26 practical bookkeepers all over the United States Beeswax agent at Ekron Cheap board llcasoiiable rates of tuition 36 30 Sorghum Molasses Miss Ida llllf Is spending this week Open to both aesee 6oo students past year Dont fall to go to tho school houso representing to States and Territories with Pres ltichardson and wife HAY DRAIN FEED It has next Saturday and cast your vote foi Mr We quota prices to day on Loulif Ills city also prepared books for Mr Cap Lane and wife of Garnutts 1IOM15 BTUDY for school treutoolfyou wharfi J F Williams sent on 6o days trial When vou write explain ville spent Sunday witli Mrs Laura OATS vour wants Addrcssi J f Draughon Prttt wish fur the peace aud prosperity of our No 2 oatt Burch Ifastifille Tenn N II It pays cash Ij for vacancies as book beautiful littlo town UAV Mr Albort Mattingly Iiaa returned 10 60 q 13 00 kcepersstenograrihcrs teachers etc reported Mr Wado Shackle tt left Thursday Strictly oholo provided it fills same homo after sovoral weeks visit to relatives 11 00 6 12 00 Choice No 2 morning for Addison where he goes to flood Medium 10 00 6 1100 In BrecLenrldge - 4 60 J Mr William Prut her ami wife and sr n assist Mr Theo James in building a Good Bright Straw We con Â¬ store lioucQ for Mr Addison CORN Will and family spent Sunday with G gratulate Mr Addison in securing such Choloe whit It Miles and family Choice shelled I competent men to do his work CATTLE Miss Dora Uilf and brother and Miss 4 00 Eva liucklee attended the singing at Mr b Mr D W Uurch and Miss Salllo Good to extra shipping- 3 60 Light shipping were inarm 11 uui weunisuay IMt Butcher Jake Shuckletta Saturday night biiacKieu S 40 3 00 at the beautiful borne of her uncle Mr Medium to good butchsrt Mlcsea Julia Minnie and Llzi Ritchie nooa Allan Bandera and Curb Smith were tlie D K Shacklett Promptly at Ave oclock 4 90 Ckoloe giieftts of tin Mlseea Crutehers Sunday they entered the parlor to the beautiful Fair to packing and butahwi 4 86 good lor dinuer strains of a wedding march and Ilev Rough 8 60 N Burch ami Mfa Salle Judon Will tt pronouueed them man Shoata and nlgt 104 Ibt and uadsr4 76 Mr 1 SIIKKP S tacklett were married at the home of and wife The young couple have a host 2 M Good to extra ifclppUg 2M Mr Dan Shacklett near Ekron May 22 2 76 2M The if re oru a mother aay an Uxt ream of frleudoln and near Ekron who wish Fair to good LAMM supper Thursday HkgU which waaen them all the I appiueas this world can 4 76 4M xtr tBfUg- ti Joyfu by all afford 64 4M Fair to gaa4 fMf V Â¬ I Â¬ Louisvimh May 25 Mn Kihtor Your scribe from Preston being in this city for a fortnight and consequently unable to contribute hcrrigular Preston letter thought possibly a communication from hero might interest so mo of your readers particularly those who do not read the daily papers Good times are reviving aud there is a marked contrast between tho hopeful aspect of this year and the discouraging business depression mnni fisted every where last year Everybody seems to havo plenty of the needful although I think there arc some who would like a lltllo more I am like Susan B Anthony silver I care not what kind of national cum n ry wo have so that woman gobs her rightful share of it Carlisle is to speak hero on the 20th and I wish every Kentucky voter could be present Extensivo preparations are being mndo by the city to entertain tho G A H this fall Thousands of dollais have been contributed and many more still to come and it is safe to ay thnt Louis- Â¬ ville ran tako care of the soldiers and visitots no matter how largo their number It is estimated that there will be moro people hern then than was eur known to be before at one timo I witnessed tho parade the other day iu hon- Â¬ or of the cannon which had just arrived from Washington City and which will be kept hero until after tho encampThere were two cannons one ment wns utod by the Confederates in the late war and tho other by the Northern army These two mute historical relies weregnzed at by thousands of peoplo How who wero awed by their presence thankful wo ought to be thnt we live in n day and nge iu wliich tucli nrtlllety can he viewed witli n audit but pleasant scenes surrounding them Amid Dowers and cheers from the people they were borne along tho line of march The Louisvillo Legion mndo n good showing in the parade their marching and drilling being perfect The bicycle fad or craze is at its height here Ever body has a bicycle or if they havnt it isnt because they dont want ono They havo bicycle races bicycle teas nnd bicycle everything Tho Indies seem to vie with each other ns to which shall wear tho biggest sleoves They havo their sleeves lined witli crinoline and oil I myl how they do stick out A young lady sat in front of mo at church last Sunday and she had to havo an entire pew to her- Â¬ self on account of her sleeves I very undevoutedly wished for n tapo measure but Im conlldent I dont esigernte when I say eho would measure two yards from the outsido of one sleeve ncross the shoulders to the other They havo their circular skirts lined with hair cloth nnd the tinted effect of the god eta is lovely The summer girl is not in it nt all if she hasnt her nobby duck suit and jaunty white sailor whito veil whito chatnolse gloves and whito slippers You meet the Uew woman here constantly in fact she is ubiquitous You meet many girls whose fathers are abundantly able to provide for thtni who boast how they could make their living if it should hi come necessary They proudly say that under no clrcuni stances would they be compelled to mar- Â¬ ry a man for tho sako of being supported low vastly different from tho timo when girls from tho day of their debut made it their chief aim In life to catch a rich husband who could support them in idleness It Is said President Cleveland does not approve of tho nineteenth century girl with her abundant share of in dependanco Grovcr says ho likes a manly man and a womanly woman and thinks it is tho mans place to make tho bread and the womans to bake it But notwithstanding his Excellencys opinion the Business Woman has tho floor now how long it will be beforo she tires of her position remains to bo seen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fourth of July At tho usual place at of St RomaulcTs Catholic Church For tho benefit a new church Everybody is invited A flno speaker will bo secured for tho occasion He will not make n political harangue but will speak on questions of importance to every citizen and will say things that every patriotic citizen should hear Thero will bo good music nnd n line dinner Mnko your arrangements to go ns it will bo n grand day for all TI I E COMMITTEE SHIP TO US The larirrsl Commission House In lh Soulh Tho nun 1llwrit siiItih ess and best facilities for peltlnir high prices Wc Roll to the Kastern factories and sare inerniaaio man a prunt issue wareunuoe receipts ana store tree 01 cnarse Macks fur nished frroof chanro to those nhoshluus Wo solicit shipments of cTerrlhlnir In the nro-uuce line n rue us lor prices jt ssss VsMn 1 u 4i imucvinr m nwiMt iie wiii w mnii wwi MiHinhb irv Â¬ WOOL WOOL tut iiauiirrf urnsmnsl ntnnuwii iran tn u LIGHT RUNNING L A N P ST ntr t PLKNO saiaT HIVAKRH MOWIiltS IllillJHKH Furnished by the Piano Fly Wheel Ij the greatest Improvement aver made In cll Dlndlni llarvcjterj V0U M0 ITCOOV tMMItllSS MiUa -- wiw aui unu a O TivlJvi r itf a Nw fii -- JSESfllKFi I riur NCXT THE FLflNO LEADS Because TfW5r thc cauii ro THF Bl Y WHFFI I Vou should sec the JONES JJ n III IIAUPR before you buy Simplest longest lived and llRlitt draft mocr in the OMnlll iVUllLlV world Neverout of repair Nogarsto Chain Power runs the great wanrout no friction no noise nothing to make the farmer cuss Ferris w keel This proves its strength Dicyclcj are Chain Drive Vhf Llghtdraftl L ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE SEND FOR OUR Alorc Jones Steel Headers Sold In 94 than all others combined Olvea It Heady motion In tangled RTaln ami on rough uneven around caines it to run lightly mcr soft places makes it run Sue horse lighter draft and bind alundlc after thetcam Hops J THt riY IS THE BEST WHUll THIS It nAINlY ON THI ftANO imon AlOXt The Piano Mfg Co Manufacturers West Pullman Chicago III FOR SALE BY GHAS R ANDERSON GUSTON MEADE COUNTY KY BIG SPRING Mr and Mrs Alfred Taylor of Itosetta wero the guests of Mr and Mrs II Meyer Inst Friday and Saturday Tlio Spring session of tho Big Spring The small sebool closed lost Friday cbildreu acquitted themselves very cred- Â¬ who has been Miss Howell itably teaching tho school returned to her HAEDINSBUEG Capital Stock Z25 000 Surplus 7 600 B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vioe Preildent M bank OF Cashier U BEARD mx Â¬ Â¬ yr mail8 yr 1 The Sunday Sun FACTS 78 JS6 iBSSmWmWVi 2 vWVsCCas2sVMsfr a4 s THE BREGKENRIDGK NEWS GLxOVElHPORT KY a noici between tho two bent Uanws tho two heels of tho horscshoo CHAPTER XXV RTOKMINU jjWh TfSSWvPYSte l rc H AMtRlCA Ja RSJ SS3CI4TI0N 70lCHTIfl4 the nrmy All around tho horsoshoo thoy gather their forces and hurl them against tho blno coats Tho first onset fails Thcro niuit bo another A secoud waves goes lolling on auddashos against the logs behind which tho ono jrniwii Army of tho Cumberland is fixed It recedes without making a breach It will need morot ucli waves a constant ly beating snrf Surely that curve with flanks bent nlinost in n circle nlmntt touching cannot bo called u lino of bat tle It may bo n cut vo of battle but bow can such u curvo stand against the wholo Army of tho Tennessee But this curved nrray of bayonets is too tough to bo broken in front It must bo taken in Hank Tiioro is a ridgo just beyond tho right heel of the horseshoe It 1ms been abandoned by No ono seems to know tho Unionists why Climb up Confederates toizo this ridgo It commands the Union ricbt Once firmly lodged thcro you can ham mer them unmercifully And tho gray coats do climb tho ridgo and drag artillery with them The Union commander sees them and nt n glance discerns that without a forco to drive them from it his army is lost Every man is Thcro is no such force on gaged and needed whero ho is Tho generals brow is knit and his squaro mouth sets even nioro firmly than before Thero Is n cloud of dust rising over tbcro to tho noitli general and men I marching under it said an aid wonder who they arc It makes a great difference to tha doferonoe hounded general whether they art Gollyl exclaimed tho boy squar friends or enemies Ho looks anxiously ing himself before tho weeping girl in tho direction pointed out by his aid with his hands in his pockets and orders him to reconnoitcr the un Tako her to that houso down thcro certain column The officer rides for- Â¬ and wait till I como tiiat is if I ever ward to a point where ho cau got n good come and if I dont tell my wifo to viow draws roin dUmonnts and climblookout for this littlo one and if necesing n fence brings a fieldglass to lienr sary provido for her I mnst go Thcro on tho advancing troops They nro far is hard fighting at tho front from him Thoy aro covered with duNt Jakoy took tho littlo girl by tho hand and their flags aro furled so that ho and led her away whilo Maynard went cannot tell whether they aro blue or over to tho south slopo of tho ridgo to gray If they aro gray that means desco whit was going on at tho right struction for tho tr jps Mat StamWi on nil eminence ho looked selves in tho horseshoe defend lAss If they In tho contending lines toward thoy may serve as a forlorn hope on lh down tho south ridgo commanding tho Union rigkt Tho sun was now standing midway Tho aid not only sees those troops between tho horizon and tho meridian but tho troops seo tho aid They too Tho day had thus far gono without any especial advantago on either side Find Â¬ ing tho left strong the Confederate comi SESgj I II i f mander was massing troops on tho right J J of tho lino of blue Maynard could seo them marching into position for a gigantic olfort There was a momentary lull in tho firing en tho right and Maynard thought that from a distance ho caught tho faintest sound of a church boll It might havo been fancy for congregations would not bo likely to meet near a battlefield and tho continued roar in tho center and left would likely havo proventcd a bell being heard At any rate it huddenly occurred to him that it was Sunday morning Sunday morning What a contrast between that and other Sunday morn ings ho had passed It was noar 1 1 oclock tho hour when rJooplo wcro as sembling for worship and ho pictured tho neatly dressed throngs moving to church whilo bells wcro ringing in tho belfries All over tho broad land con gregations wcro assembling unmindful of tho strngglo that was going on nt Chiokamauga Tho ouomy wcro moving to tho attack As Maynard glanced toward tho Union lino to seo if it was in condition ho saw a division faco to tho loft and begin a march in rear of another division leav ing its place in tho lino a defeusoless DAItLIN IID SAID yawning gap Great heavens Somo ono has blun derod wonder if ho Isliluo or gray Neither getting into position You connived nt tho escape of n Go hack Halt Great God whnt can toll but from his position thoy sus ho said presently aroyou doing pect him to wear blue At any rato spy I think Worse I assisted in that escape Who could hear him at such n distanco they nssiimo that ho does A woman wns sho not Who would oboy him if hoard Oh tho Suddenly ovory Hag is unfurled dis Sho was general agony of a sight liko that To soo men playing tho stars and stripes Hm It isnt n pleasant task to maroblng not only to their own destrucEnough Mounting his horse tho aid tion but tho destruction of thoir com rides over tho ground botween hiui nud shoot n woman Yet a soldier must do his duty rades doubtless of tho whole army and tbe head of tho advancing column Maynard did not reply without tho power to prevent thorn Oh Who nro theso troops Colonel thero is going to bo a weak for a battery with which to firo smoko Tho first division of the reserve Bpot thero I would like you to go and ovor that deathtrap to conceal it Oh corps for a cyclono to blow dust in tho eyos of Posted nt tho opening of tho struggle soo that that gap is closed My staff aro all away ns you sec ou somo duty Ah thoso Confederates God grant that tho to guard a bridge across tho Chiokamau JCover mind They aro marching by the stupidity which provails in war may ga on tbo oxtiemo north of tho battle flank I sec Now its all right seizo thoso southern gonorals now that field with orders to hold it at all haz ilo was so intent upon tho forming of thoy may not roap this offerod advan ards this division had for two days tho lino that for n moment Maynard tago May thoy bo blinded God this is listened to tho sounds of fighting with terriblo out firing n shot Tbo Confederates had thought ho had forgotten his presonco Who was this woman tho general Thero Thoy soo it They uro pro mado n crossing without using the paring to march through Thero they bridgo watched and tho divisiou was a asked presently You romembcrwhenl wont to Chat On Sunday morning its useless guard go Hear thoso etioers that rubol yell Thoyronearit Theyre in it Our meu commander chafing at inaction yet tanooga to bring you information of dreading tbo consequences that might Braggs movements to Kentucky I met oro breaking on tho right of tho gap n Confederate officer a Captain Fitz Thero goes a regiment a wholo brigade ocur tho hlnmo attending a disobedi on tho loft Iloavoiis how thoso gray ence of order determined to bum tho Hugh who twico gave mo my life Yes yes I remember Tboyro stand coats leap forward Its a sploudid sight bridgo nnd inarch to tho relief of comif thoy aro Confederates They know rades whom lio divined wero boing haul ing well down thcro in tho center and Gathering his principal officers with so littlo ammunition Theyll get its all up with us Tho wholo right of pressedchurch near by ho announced to their now cartridges presently from tho army is giving way broken scat in a toting pollmoll over tho fiold chased thoni what ho proposed to do Tb lJ4ilt thoso brought by tho reservo division by tho twithornors pouring volloy upon church unused at that hour of tlulasJt Ilia OMimwitiois touts art oppurtantly day to anything nioro vigorous tfcasi a as tho aieb volley After them Theyre maklg a good fljjht every Stop and rally Nol No ono could minister pounding tho pulpit or tlj strains of Old Hundred rang with where observed Maynard rally troops on tho breast of Niagara Lot mo eco You say ynu wcro tail Hut thoros u crumb of comfort thoso tho assenting acclamations of soldiers Marching through fields of yollow ed upon to shoot a woman Sho wns men ucarost this way aro bending baok liko wrought iron They nro not break corn guided only by n distant but con somo relntivo to this Captain Now Colonol Fitz Hugh A slstor ing Good Thoros a faint hopo for tho tiuuous roar tho division each moment That left But O Lord whats the left with lessened tho distanco between it nud tho colonel uiiula it pretty hard for you But n soldier must do his duarmy whoso fato hung on its quick comtho right and center gono And now comes a spcctaclo a contrast ing Tbo direction taken led thorn to ty Havo tbo Confederates possession of which must always stand out n splendid ward tho north side of tho horscshoo monument of hcrolo endurance in the and tbo rear of tho Confederates First that ridge gouernl Thoy have groat cometcry of war tho spcctaclo of a small body of Confederate cavalry And aro our men going to retake it an army ono half routed gone driven guarding n hospital wcio met Them Tboyro going to try liko dry leaves beforo tho wind tho re woro easily scattered and tho column Maynard swept his eyo ovor tho posimaining half holding in chcok for inoro moved on Striking tho Chattanooga than half a day a forco against which road tho division marched on down It tion Thoy must tako It tho wholo had found it difficult to con- Thoro woro holghts to tho cast and ou Tbo general shot a quick olnuco at tend Standing in tho ceuterof tho these wero gnus It wns plain to tho horseshoe thd fortification of which gunuors that thondvanclug column was tho degraded officer You think It important bis wisdom has constructed during tho a rescuing column They opened firo to Tho futo of this part of nu army night General Thomas lntont upon delay it Tho Union troops did not heed them Tiicro was n moro important it cant bo called n wholo ono depends guiding tho troojis of his own corps with no word from his commander in enemy a moro important work farther upon it You aro right colonel Wo must chief for a tirao not knowing or at on Dut thoy woro unrolling directly In tako that ridgo or beforo nightfall bo least not admitting that the army is by all tho rules that govern tho soienco of roar of tho Confederate line Filing to flying over this fiold liko tho right and war dofeatod goes on fighting as if tho right through nn orchard nud open center or whnt is worse bo captured flolds beyond thoy enmo to a point where This is not tho first tlmo I havo observ Â¬ thero is bat one Army of tho Cumberland and that composed of tho troops tho dim outllno of tho troops engaged ed that your oyo is mado for war Maynard had booomo so engrossed A R could bo seen through tho overhanging under his oosBsaud FISHER The right put to flight the Coafed-WRk-- s clouds of smoko Tho rescrro halted In that ho did not bear He almost forgot his chiefs presence to ocush tbe rtwalsderof weoaro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Leaving Jakoy vrhcro they woro nml instructing him to star tbcro till ho chonld return Marnanl went down to tako a hand in tho fight Ho found a dead soldier whoso mnsket mid car tridgo box bo seized and pushing on to tho lino of firing tool position with nn infantry regiment Tho enemy unsup ported wcro driven from thd Chattanoo ga road ro a ridge near by whero they halted and gavo their pursuers a desper nto fight Then tho regiment to which Maynard had alliod himself was order cd to another part of tho fiold and ho went with them Passing through ft thick firoof bullets which wcro mingled with tho larger missiles ofN camion ho encountered a sight that has seldom bcensoenontho field of battlo Crouch ing under n log was a littlo girl about 8 years old who having got caught in among tho disputants was right in tho midst of a battlefield Hayuard never forgot the contrast between tho terrified child and tho unmerciful scenes surrounding her Being n volunteer ho was under no mans orders except as ho choso to obey them Falling out of tho ranks ho went to tho child took her up in his arms and whilo bullets pinged about them and shells screeched nbovo them earricd her to tho roar to whero ho had left Jakoy mro Jakoy ho said setting her down by tho boy its time- you liavo a sweetheart so Ivo brought you one Sho comes to you from tho fiold of battlo and probably wont stand any non sense So you must treat her with proper i4 Â¬ Mark Maynard was standing holding Madgo by tho bridle surveying tho bat- Â¬ tlefield IIo heard n gun fired from tho crest of tho ridgo so important to both armies Ho turned and saw tho sholl it sent whirl in a spiral screeching nbovo tho hoads of two o dicers avldontly of high rank standing in n fiold near tbo One of them center of tho horscshoo a largo massive man ho recognized ns General Thomas Tho other was the commander of tho newly nrrlved division As Maynard looked tho latter rode away Ha was going with orders to ro tako the ridgo Maynard had not seen General Thom as for mouths Indeed ho hud mot him but a fow times siuco the days when ho was the generals favorite scout his disgraoo ho was about to go away not caring in his altered condition to meet the man for whom of all tho nrmy ho folt tho greatest rever ence liut tho general turned bcroro lie could do so and looked in his direction It was too lato to go away unobserv ed and Maynard fdt a dcslro to discover if thero wero not something after nil in this great soldier so great that ho could nflord to give him n kind word Ho walked toward ho spot where tbo general stood Whnt are you doing hero my man said tho commander of nil thero was left of tho Army of tho Cumberland sternly seeing tho begiimid Maynard in privatos uniform and not recogniz- Â¬ ing him Why are you not with your regiment I havo no regiment general Your troop then I havo no troop I am not a soldier Who aro yon MarkMaloue Tho sternness on tho generals face Ah Colonel Mny slightly relaxed uard Pardon mo 1 did not recognize yau No general I was Colonel Maynard I am now a private citizen I would be glad to assume my old scouting name Murk Valouo I heard of yonr misfortune I ro- jretted It doubly loniambcrlug your lervices wheu yon wero scouting Yes general Then my servicoshad I was fitted for n scout fomo volno You thought I was fitted for a spy ssincthiug better and advanced mo I was vain enough to think you right I did not know myself As a spy I needed no conscience I was not subservient to any principle Whon as a brigado com rpaudor I was obliged to ohooso on high groni I failed in o oaoito I have Weve msfselt wftrcrthy at your sonfl deuce I havo sunk to tho levol from which I started Tho general did not reply Ho wni wntchihL tho newlv nrrived division Â¬ Tim ItlDOR Â¬ Â¬ fPwÂ¬ Â¬ - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IN THIS COUNTY Tho strnngo opldomio of insanity which prompts Its subjects to stnb stran gers nsunlly women in tho strcots of Loudon has not yet ended nud tho popu lar nervousness in sovornl quarters of tho rity continues Ono of tho most startling casos occurred ou Wednesday in front of n fashionable storo In Oxford Etrcet amid n largo throng of shoppers iLLLLLLLEJgZufertf uf A yonng man plunged his knife tbrco Inches docp Into tho back of n lady nud then quietly waited until tho police VVwj Wit camo mid arrested him Tho prisonor who bad n good reputation declared in court that ho was unnblo to acconnt for his action Ho said that n strango Irro- sistiblo impnlso to stab somo ono seized him suddenly nud ho acted upon it at THE WELL KNOWN STALLION tbo snmo instant IIo had noverscou bis victim till that moment Tho pollen havo boon watching two or tbrco weeks tho person thoy hollo vo to bo tbo mysterious woman in black whoso A lady at Tooleys La wns very sick stabbing others of her sox put Kensing with bilious colic when M C Tislcr n ton nud other parts of tho wost end in prominent merchant of tho town gave terror for weeks nud whoso murderous her a bottle ot Chamberlains Colic work I described in thoso dispatches n Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ho mouth ngo Tho detootives havo been says sho was well in forty minutes after nnnblo to obtain sufficient ovidciico to taking tho first dosi For sale by A R warrant her nrrost but outrages from this sourco havo censed of late so their Fisher Cloverport Ky and Kincheloe suspicious wero probably well fouudod Board Hardlnsburg Ky This amazing contagion of tho homicidal r mania continues to bo n subjoct of seri ous discussion both by physicians and STEPHENSPORT laymen Professor Forbes Winslow tho great export in montnl dlscnsos takes to Thoy say Georgo Uasham is Rough on occasion to nrgo n radical chango in the Rats lunacy laws Tho great specialist also to Chris Brashear of Cloverport was in Says In tho caso of a person who kills antown Thursday well is other In tho street without motivo a Mr Elmer Clark of Hawesville is certain congestion of tho brain aud rush here looking after tho Cincinnati Coopjr of blood tako place If any ono wcro to ago Companys interest at this point hit him on tho nose n blow which would is Scott McCoy wo are glad to say is causo tho loss of blood It would afford steadily Improving and wo trust his in- Â¬ instant relief nud bo wonld uo longer bd nctuatcd by tho impulso to murder jured leg will be all right in a few days to to in- Â¬ These ordinary homicidal lunatics who MessreBoard v Claycomh have seven d nro sano on tho surface oro tho most of their present connection with the Con- Â¬ difficult to don with You mny talk to them for fonr hours and they will ap tinental Insurance Company of New pear perfectly rational yet thoy will York Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting suddenly go out and attempt to kill tbo Thero are still some bad flues in Ste- - first person they meet Tho typical your patronage I am Respectfully phensport that should bo fixed at once homicidal lunatic nullko tho man who So hustle cm up Mr Inspector do you is nfllctcd with a desire to commit sui Loudon Cor Now cide is incurable hear Mr Thomas IVtyne who resides out York Sun on tho Flats lost his dwelling nnd con- Â¬ COUNTS AND PRINCES A CHniSTIAN FESTIVAL Safe and Sure ladies Friend tents by fire ono night last week No TM I Common Miilnforuiatlon Concerning Four Good Oiil St Valentino Was Not Appre insurance TRADE IWHITE t CROSS I MARK of llio Clmpplea Now In XctT York ciated Until II Dlrri R A Sbellman our enterprising drug UvmI A P I read that Count Castellauo Is out I Q It yonr Irnp a good tTVIilto Crocs gist is again at his post of duty after a hcee to pcrfw his tdnoattlon tbatOanui m StVirietlicwnscruel old man who lived rVnialo Tablets n I B Elst does not keep Homo IIo was true Feninlu Keg I L thorn niUlrrss a lai M to E I pretty hard spell of hlcknres of a couple JEa34 is attHing a sxW atojp fiifHiiriHflF fif- litnl and in tho rulgn ulntor 1 onoxcin Ounrnn T I t tho Kmpcvo Aurcllnn tho head which toeil or monoy ro I Sj ST LOUIS MO of weeks duration j American politics that Prluovs Lubeckl 00 Price thqmfHit to ninny nuhlu thoughts for tainted Didnt you know that Joel Pilo is tho is aiming to better the condition of his had nnd humanity was severed by men God fellow countrymen in this country and whe woro not worthy to unloosa tho hitch most polite and gentlemanly fellow in Louisville St Louis Texas R H Co cts ot their victims shoes Breckenridge county especially when ho that Prin co del Drago is going into busi ness hero As seen ns Valentine was onco dead ho comes to Sti phensport This cortainly make n very iutorcst began to bo npprcclatcd Alt of ns will Thursday afternoon tho bass bit freely ing list of hardworking yonug noblo ntnount to mora In tho eyes of our fellows m T T5JT in v n rt w in Sinking Creek for the first time this meu whoso families undoubtedly send tho diy after wo hrontho our last than nt We expect good fishing from thorn much money for tho pnrsuanco of nny tlmo In Ufa It wns only n short tiiuo Spring mado now on as tho creek is clear Taking- Urtvct thoir hard labors and dorivo much com- beforo ho wesplaco In n full fledged Faint plvon n This fort from tho thought that they aro so nnd not far from 1000 tho calendar Mr Georgo Newman of Ilnwcsvillc was years ago At 600 oclck A H Sunday Sec SOj I6S4 spent tho greater part of tho week at this well employed Now tho Homnns centuries nnd con Now next to carrying n box of flow- turlos bo foro the Christian era had fensts point last week looking after bu3inets Eail Bound Tram Â¬ ers to Miss Gould every day tbo hard in the month of February known ns tho Witt Sound Tmint for Hennin Bro3 tho shingle men Ono of tho cusest work that Count Castellauo has dono feasts of tho Lupcrcnlla w M Floyd Miller son of Mr Aaron Millor Mall is to lend n cotillon aud handle a very toms peculiar to theso was tho putting pt Exjirs Mail Kxpr STATIONS Kxpts Kxpr leaves shortly for Henderson to locate nctivo knife and fork tho names ot the young women Into n box which thy woro Dally Dally Wo wish you much success Floydlo old Count Hadiks studies in American from ns chtinio directeddrawn by tbo young Dally 1 Dally men 6 30pm 7 30im lvUnn ntar 00m g 30pm boy in anything you may undertake politics havo thus far consisted in driv6 It l l supposed Mint this custom origi- 7 45 8 25 7i Kentucky St 12 2J 7815 aud teaching Airiori Mr Andrew Crawford of tho firm of ing 2 West Point 11 33 nated from tho habit of tho birds In 7 30 8 2S Howard 2Uim 7 3U choosing their matos at that season of the Roberts Co has been confined to his can girls how to dnuco tho szarda 7 47 Rock Haven 1147 8 45 714 Princo Lubecki is alluviating tho conyonr and that It wns n relic of tho nature 755 863 LongHtanch 11 3D 7 07 bid for several days hut wo tru t lie may 9 02 Iiranrienburg 1131 668 dition of his raco to groat purposo in bis worship common to tho prluiovnl races of 801 nt his place of business again eoon be Kkroa 911 6 44- 1122 81J is no ono Europe own noblo person for thcro 8 21 1114 919 Gutton 6U Wo trust wo have real good times other foreigner in town who dines out 9 30 Irvington 1105 Thrro Is narhlug more tenacious than 8 30 630 9 3J 8 33 1059 Webster 614 ahead of us and that in a short time so of ton nud has such a deservedly good tha customs of n people nothing moro do 9 47 8 45 1049 0 00 Iodiburr riant of tlmo and even after the foul mists 8 65 wages may bo higher and then and not tinio 1041 Pierce 91 567 1000 1037 900 Slilplo 662 As for Princo dot Drago ho lives nt ot paganism lmil begun to scatter beforo 9 09 until then can wo havo good times Stephentport 1028 10W 6 45 Christianity 1014 1023 tho Wnldorf nnd his Jmsincss thus tho morning sun ofnames was still this old 914 Addison 540 Mr nud Mr II S English and Mr custom of drawing dear to 917 1020 1020 Holt 636 and Mrs Samuel II Dix passed through far has consisted entirely in a rathor tho Rouinn people aud thuy ardontly 10 Id 9 28 Cloverport 1033 624 futllo attempt to soil an old crown clung to It 10 J9 9 31 Shops 6 21 100 town Thuisday in a two horse vehicle to 9 43 1060 9 48 6 09 Sklllnan which ho has brought ovor as n sort of ns But tho early Christian fathers wcro 9 64 1102 4 69 987 Hawesville Owehsboro to attend tho Sam Jones patent of nobility diplomatic ns they wero devoted and they 10 02 1109 929 4 61 Petric meeting 9 23 4 45 Falcon Everybody likes thoso counts nnd had tho good sense to bend to thoir uses 10 07 1115 Cayce 1012 919 4 42 Jailer Gtis Sbellman camo over from princes and thinks that theyre awfully what they could not extirpate Finding 1018 1119 1125 911 Lewlsport 4 36 9C6 4 20 Powers the burg Wednesday to see his brother amusing chappies but uo ono over asso- It wns all out of tho question to lnduco 1035 1143 8 40 4 08 Pates their converts to relinquish this invorlto 10 48 126mm ciated tho idea of work with thoir vory nnd father who have been sick for some12 Opm 8 30 Owensboro 4 011 custom they just simply Christianized It 1069 817 Mattlngly 3 47 woll groomed If somowhnt fantastic op as they did thu heathenish rite sot yuletldo 1109 1218 time but wo aro glad to say aro con12 23 Grifflth 809 3 41 poarnnco Cholly Knickerbocker in Into Chrldtnmi They uinde it Into n festi- 1114 1227 1119 Stanley valescing at this writing 837 06 330 Now York Rocordor 1235 Worthlnifton 768 val of the church and hit upon St Val 1125 Miss Nellie Simons who has been 12 42 Heads 1133 70 323 entino ns the proper person whom tho cus- 1145 1263 7 42 Snottivllle 316 visiting in the country near here left for A Contly MUplucctl Kll 1153pm 1269 tom should honur and tho day colcbrnto ilasetts 7 34 310 her homo at Cloverport Monday morn- Â¬ In tho provinces of Lorraine and Malno 1210am U5m arHendersn lv 720am 265pm A peculiar suit has boon instituted at ing Wo trust Miss Nellie may ho able Bulla Ala Mrs Suo Robbins was n in France hihI In portions of Knglnnd and IIiivo rou lluncuoil ruur Su liter in to get the school she had last term passongor on tbo Louisvlllo train the Scotland within less than a century on St Valentines eve a number of young If you aro not insured whoso fault is other day So wcro Mr and Mrs Ga- people would set together nnd write on Inn for it but your own Dont say I will in n briel Lemons n young couplo just mar- bits of paper tho names of various yornig T Fordsville Branch few days but say I will insure now and ried Tbo train was passing through a ladles and gentkmon Thcso bits would L Si L tunual aud Mr Lemons who had loft bo thoroughly shaken nnd then each then write to RW Vaughn agent Ste bis wifos scat just behind Mrs Rob- would drnw his or her Valentino A bachpbensport aud tell him to come and in bins returned to it ns ho thought in elor was bound to the servlco of his valen TIME TABLE No 24 sure you at once Firo insurance a tho darkness nud proceeded to kiss his tine liko n incdlmvnl knight to bis lady TAKING EFFECT DEO DO 1894 specialty newly wedded brido About this tlmo lore far n vtholu year At ono tlmo It wns WestTlouml Trains Bast Bound Trains customary fur both sexes to mnko their Mr Robert McGuflln tho popular tbo train omorged from tho tuunol nnd valontlncs appropriate presents Dally Dally Dally Dally Ofton disclosed that his supposed brldo was representative of tbe largo wholesale times tho outcome of theso nmorous suf exSun exSun STATIONS exSun exSun No 2 No t No6 Mol Mrs Robbins who is n young widow frages wns tho tying of tho connubial knot houso of W II Newman Co grocers 10104m Iv lrvlngtonAr 9 20am Sho has sued for 10000 damagos for seems to havo been protty Tho 1150 was in town Thursday Garheld 810 Robt is ono of tho mistako nnd will not admit tho act well custom by 1205pm tho tlmo it reached tho diluted Harnid 70 the couuty boys and we timt tho mer- Â¬ was not intentional 12 21 Hardlnsburg 7 30 Montgomery land f f tho htar epnnglcd banner Tho 12 68 Kirk 7 00 chants of the county will pleaso rememYankee bun all tho voting ho wants In polAla Dispatch 110 6 60 Jollv itics without cxurulslng tho frnuchlso for Glendeane 6 30 ber him in their prayers for tho good 12 1 35 Dempster 6 20 mauscment In midwinter Thu day Is TltttC Chicago Foot igooils he sells arPallsfloughlv 600 165 sending of In America by Hock vale 230 5 27 Brigadier General Whoelers magnifi celebrated the lovers of fun tho the spiteful ATlio largo and beautiful lesidenco of by prints by 2 42 5 16 Iluth cent plan for a fort oh tho lako front mid by the lovWn Mr Dix tho widow of tho late Win If 80 251 Asklns 3 01 4 60 Oaks with three Krupp guns mounted thereon Dix burned to tho ground together with 3 40pm ArKordsville Lv 4 3feui looks most imposing ou paper bnt so Wale Dolled IIli Hat with all of Its contents Thursday morn- Â¬ veteran n tactician as ho ought to know Captain James Oliver of tho dipper ing at 2 oclock Tbo cause of tho firo that cities nro not defended by wnter Louisiana which nrrivod hero yesterday is unknown At tho time of tho firo Mr batteries in their very oonter Tho gen- tells this story Whon tho Lonisinnn and Mrs Sam II Dix who occupied said eral ought to tako his Krupp guns out wn lying at Dublin tho Princo of Wales the known special into tho iniddlo of the lako or mount was tha gncrt of tbo lord mnyor of tho 1stpAPPIHMAN studywidely so dwelling wero lu Oiveubboro and nono alteryeari ot has perfected bis of thu famllywere at homo Tho houso them on the roof of Willnrd ball at frish caplhti Tho mayor suggested to system of mall treatment that he can now assure KratMrKju Vnr tbo purpose of defending gkiles fuf pftrould bo interesting for cure at the sick and suffering a permanent was insnred for only J0OO nnd furnituro their homes at a price that is aitou Wit Uko trout we Mnk tt poki ytt Hei to Wt fftt Louistnnn nud seo Just Shingly low Thousands are availing them Â¬ ouly 500 Tho loss over and above tho tols Kden opportunity and hun which may be obtained at any of what an old tiuiu American clipper ship 5tiyff0A testimonials are on file showing the insurance will amount lo several thou- Â¬ tho comiguous cafes will meet all pos efficacy of the Ueatment looked liko Captain Oliver wus notified sand dollaiB siblo needs Chicago Times All Chronlo Dis Â¬ that tho princo wonld liko to como eases Treated aboard Tbo captains son hearing of Tha Coal Vae CATARRH this declared that ho would compel tho DCAFNtaa Bo so good ns not to say coal hod any priuco to RONCHIAL AND LUNd tip his hat to him This tho TROUBlrsjHCARTTOM mora Tho vulgar useful coal hod is princo novcr docs by tho way When ACH LIVIR AND BOWtL henceforth to bo known ns n coal vnso DiscAsrstpiitpsr fits tho party oamo aboard tho boy appeared NERVOUS EXHAUSTION that Is when It appears lu elegant so on deek wavlug tho American lag Tho KIN DISCASCS RHIU ciety Somo of tho new devices for that prince noticing tho national colors MATItM AND NtURAloJA on co noisy utensil aro so haudsomo thoy ralsod his hat and tbo othors In tho The best and most will decornto any drawing room whoro party fallowed snlt to tbo great dollght vsmffimzZi scientific treatment for in your mouth Indicates FiMAir DiscAsca j they may flud thomsolvo Uodton Her cures guaranieea Bile and shows that ot tho captains son who in this way Uuick anu permanentrlLK and UICKR9 New treatment for your bloods wrong ald mado good bis boast Young or old men suffering from kiorcv Philadelphia IADDER URINARY DISEASES BIOOO POISON Hecord UUiuarcka lllrthilay jo weakness or EXHAUSTION actually re to vigor ilcnocfortu womou Wfl L c ftmUtoct storedAppleman health and happiness a full v All over Girmnny grand preparations Dr has associated with him Y5 SARSAPARILLA nro being Hindu for tbo celebration of to tho postgradnato courses nt Harvard stad of expert specialists who carefully con 4tF tider each case and prepare the proper rem This is a great gain It is stipulated BlsmurckH eightieth birthday on April will set your blood tight l and cdies Consultation and opinion rass by I and stntucs busts and ninnnmonts however that they must first rcgistor as mail Treatment furnished at the low rate of euro your Dyipeptla Sick Head orccted to tho greatest living German students of Radcliffo college 2 TO 3 HER MONTH sche Nervousness Aches and will be nuveiled that day gifts and me Â¬ Write us freely and fully and enclose stamp A half dceon young ladies in Phila mentos will bo presented charitable for symptom blank No I Catarrh No 3 Por Paini Tone you up all over Try Institutions will bo dedicated to bis delphia have chartered a yacht for a Wen No 3 Por Women Address one bottle and be sure to aik memory nud nil other forms of deep cralso lu Jnly noxf nnd they say thoy 573THE APPLEMAN MEDICINE CO E 4W 5T CHICASOHU for Neats seated respect and admiration will take aro going to sail her without any men on concruto shape Berlin Letter in ou board Chicago Record WOMEN IN DOUBT Veata garaaparlUa la lor aale by The U Reports Cry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I havent a command to lendnp that hill bnt Ilmvo arms to carry n mnsket Ill go In tho rnnks whero Ivo been slnco nud ho started in tho tho fight began direction of thu reserve 8tay colonel called tho general Maynard turned mid walked buck to Ho whero tho general wns standing waited for him to scnk further but ho did not Minutes puscd whilo Mny uard watched tbo nbiurbcd commander who In tnni was watching the lino form ing below Colonel Mnynnrd ho said nt last do you seo Mint regiment down thoro It seems to bo short of officers So farns I can Judge from its movements no ono is in command I shall havo to mnko n Infantryman of you though yon nro of tho cavalry Go nud lead that regl moiit in tho attack hlxint to bo mado ou tho ridge But general There Is no tinio for huts sir I nm a civilian with no right to command Ito 11 CONTINUED THE tONDON STABBERS An Rplitrmlo nt Inianlty Which Taken the Iorm of llnnilrlilftl Mnnln THE BEST COMBINED STALLION jf 1 1 Will make the present season at my farm and at Hardinsburg Ilardinsburg April 12th and 13th Harry Wilkes Jr Holts Bottom 15th and 16th and return each 9th day It costs no more Â¬ Â¬ raise a fine horse than it does raise a common one and when offered for sale the bred one much easier sold and at a far better price Wilkes 16 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs Service fee reduced from 12 10 sure a living colt Clubs eight or ten for 8 r J 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B Â¬ t tt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 four-in-han- Â¬ jtf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ h Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ BE CURED LH THAT Â¬ TASTE NEATS Â¬ i DmMlit Clovirfrt Ky thow Royal Baking PowtUr tvirlor to nil othwa S Govt Children for Pitohers Cattorla PENNYROYAL ft WAFERS J IPPPiUIPJMiii WW1 W11 m jp Bi - - JfiWI T IV- - tub stfmQftWUntU Highest NaiBi ajuova3poja flit me ill tbilil which hltr acled most attention last Wrck was tho Com Â¬ mon wttUh against E ALasatcr charged with houso burning Mr I asntcr lives In Louisville and Is n IimUo contractor Ho bad the contract for building the Mb srs Mlinfords house at Irvlngtou A hott time before tho building was com Â¬ pleted It took fire ami humid Mr Loc Â¬ ators actions hcami suspicious and he was arrested charged with tho offense The jury heard all tho evidence and re Â¬ turned a verdict of not guilty The Misses Munforda lom on tho building We was about two thousand dollars cannot undertako to dttail any evidence in the case tliero being about three days taken up in hearing It The intent of tho prosecution was to make it appear that I nsater set tiro to the building to get the insurance money The evidence was altogether circumttanclal Tho slander suit of Mrs Abe Allen of Chcnault against Scott Cunuingham was decided last Monday the jury bringing in a verdict for the defendant The suit was for defamatory words and language tho plaintiff claimed Mr Cunuingham spoke to her about the tlmo she turned over the post ofllce to him at Chcnault The proof failed to sustain any such plea aud tho jury found accordingly The plaintiffs testimony was severely ot tacki il XOTICK TO IARMKRS wffluW ky imWsM t V A 5 ikncriworirfj FmIp AriartrWcllS IhllilUily Jtihti T Dlttd tottt here laftl leeli 1rcd trnlre weht lo LoulsVlllo Tlles-tll1 t- HARDlNSSURd L hi V ii H1 Tl lwWWOe js w7tr ii NWil esSMot ssMMh rv iiMmtM M 11111IHT 11111 Tii iinfl ajfWl TIME TABLE St Sheriffs Sale for Takes On Monday thu lTth day of June 1S95 it beltiK n regular County Cotirl day I or ono of my deputies will sell for taxes due for the years 1SIU and lSM at the Court houso door in Ilardiushurg Kyi tho following described properly to wlt ncn i of land In Mag Dlitrlct No J 71 titled by John V Ahl fur Venn 1SJ end iv See deed book l nifc 557 Ta ea and cott acrc of Itml In Mug District No luted li Mary J Ahl fur iSjjj Stc Tae an I Iced book T pigc in ooi no It Ilitlon went noOwenn tU Onoiisiioro rw l thy of HnWisvllle of Koine uMitltalljr Inn wa Monday Mrs Ida linker taner J A arr HarJlnituT 13itJ ptu ontnn mat Dally arr Ilarllniburg 740 a in I Will FIND j 1 Ind t r If I i5T TJ m J ir s -- V hero Friday 0 M JIullitt of Louisville was In the city Tuesday latest correct shapes and coors Mrs II V Duncan Dr J C Bush of Haweavllle was In towif Sunday MOST PERFECT MADE Juno Furrow of Kirk visited relatives A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free hero last week om Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant II 0 Kronsli of Home Ind was in AO YEARS THE STANDARD town yesterday Notice to Subscribers II G Yeager returned to bis home in The date on the Uhel Indicates the time to hlch your subscription is paid Thii serves this city Saturday both as i receipt n expiration notice every Mrs Sarah J Bovcrley will leave this week Kxnmlrc the dale printed alter our nwif on the margin of this piper and we If It Is weckfor Henderson correct Knot correct please to let U know If jour time has expired pleatc renew at once The best beef tho tenderest beef Breckenridge News b Try a steak Stader Tlios L Wroo II 0 Munay and went to Hawesvillo Monday WEDNESDAYJMAY 10 1895 Ladies whito Kid Slippers the si aons latest in styles Sulzers LOCAL BREVITIES Frank Lander and Jeff Sterrett of llnwesville was hero Monday Mifs Lnfayette Lalleist went to Louis II H Branham andBattolle White of villo Monday Kvansville spent Sunday here Get n bell and Inntcrn avoid collisions Fresh fish tender beef and spring savo fines Sulzers lamb Drop In and seo me Stader No cheap ribbons theyre simply littlo Misses Nellie Burks aud Brook Steph priced Mrs II V Duncan ens of Holt were in the city Monday Our Stcpbensport correspondent says Misses Katie Crawford and Lena Payne there is good fishing in jinking creok okStephcnsport were hero in last Friday Swinging in n hammork taking thing JISS ose Allen and Miss Lynna D easy get ono to day rest easy Sulzers A fluy returned from school at Cincinnati Decoration Day Thursday will be ob- Â¬ Saturday served with appropriate services at Hitos Miss Nellio Beverley after several Kun weeks visit in Owensboro returned Misses Lizio Wroo and Maggie Guflin Saturday aro tbo guest of Mr aud Mrs Thos L Our hats rest as lightly on the brow Wroc as tho touch of a mothers hand Mre Born May 0 to the wife of Miko 11 V Duncan JurSgling a daughter tbo first Louisp Geo Bently and wifo of Pineville Harris arrived Saturday night Mr Bently re Â¬ Rev G W Baker wife and children turned Monday of Cannelton was with Mrs V M Hall Big bargains in Croquet seta write for lost week our prices delivered to your nearest Make money fishing get one of our station Sulzers river nets and a fifteen foot wing all for ScoourhaUI Seo our prices t And V 00 Sulzers there can bo but ono result youll buy Light Brahma eggs for sale Felch Mrs II V Duncan 100 for 15 Miss John Nkvitt strain Mr William Sterrett of Washington Irvington Ky D 0 was hero last wok vfeitintf kis A postal card brings our storo at your sister Mrs W II BowmW door If you cant visit us writo for Stove Hall is agent in this city for tbo prices Sulzers Frank Fehr Brewing Co Louisville Mr Wm Hall Sr camo down from He is building up a good trade Webster Saturday night and spent Sun- Â¬ Childrens laco caps worth 100 reday vitli his family duced to 15 25 and 50 cents The bigWe are closing out a lot of the old gest snap of tho season Sulzers stylo cut nails at a price that will prove XTrank Beard and son Norvin of Har-n Uig snap to tuo uutltlo bulzcr r dlnsburg camo homo Sunday Mr Corn corn chops corn hearts choice Beard was enrouto to Louisville meal cream meal wheat bran for sale Engine No 8 E II Zirkol engineer is by Hcndorson Hominy Mills Hender- Â¬ doing duty over on the branch while son Ky No 4 is at the shops for repairs - The Cily Public School will close this Mr Fred Mook who formerly lived ClaES day on Thursday Com- Â¬ here but now of New York is here tho week mencement exercises at Baptist church guest of his aunt Sirs II J May on Friday ovening hrsMr V G Babbago was elected special Our young friend aud correspondent J uugo ot tno Jircuit uourt at liaruinsburg Jool Pile has been over to Stephonsport Monday to try an important land suit again Well it is Judge Mercers time Messrs Alt Honnin nnd E L Clark ov to visit Glendcane of Hawesvillc camo up on tbo train Mens shoes well worth 500 this yesterday aud returned on their wheels week 53 60 a 4 00 suoo lor 250 n kDavid S Murray who has been tho good shoo well worth 000 closing out I guest of his sisters for ooveral weoks re tho lot at 1 50 regular bargains Sul- Â¬ turned to Salt Lake City Utah last BAMNG POWER lMr Â¬ -- Witt wants wool goandstihtm Circuit Court was in session two weeks and a half Miss Jennie Writ fluid has returned to Clovurport Cheap goods can be bought with wool at J A Witts Miss Faiinia Smith Graduates this ocning at Midway Ky Clerk Owen Cunningham will go to hoiisekopnimr this week and Mrs 0 L Beard were visiting in UAcnsboro last week Mr E F Kjiart has been appointed a deputy clerk at Chcuault Wool wool wool havo you any Then tako It to J A Witt Robert McGhIIhi went to Oweushoo last Saturday to htar Sam Jones Mr Tom Hunter camo over from Leitcbfield last week on his wheel Bring your wool to J A Witts and gft cheap goods and pay your debts This frost and cold rains havo injured the gardens considerable in this place Mr Jo II Whitworth has been ap poiutud administrator of Isaac E Horn Kiucheloe Board havo put an awn- Â¬ ing to the front of their now drug store Hook Miller Co havo advanced tho pries on Hour also on the price of wheat Jliss Vitula Daniel went to Owensboro last week to attend the Sam Jones meet ing Mrs Morris Eskrido and Miss Lizzie Eskrldge are visiting friends at Owens- Â¬ boro BUlion McClosky was hero last Sun- Â¬ KS 82i I i HARD 150 have rental a warehouse at this place and will furnish hogshead and prizi tobacco at the low rates of 4 50 per hogshead Call and si c me 1 Dowkii Cow f day and held services at the Catholic church All may charm all may please If or raycil in dainty stylish suits Bold by J A Witt Killed on The Track Messrs Nnco a Jim Lewis and Char- Â¬ John Terry whllo walking on a trestle lie Matlingly Clovorport wero hero last near Worthlngton station ou tho Texas Sunday was inn over by a train and his body cut The dentist Dr J 0 Bush will visit intno There are several reports afloat Union Star about Juno I and remain about this accident One is that Fatty n wuak Read th engineer ran ovvr tho btdy Ur fcwd wha Hvs hoe aays if hU Um AhMy UiferiMll X MwUyTil oil train ran over the man ha knew noth Â¬ Inrty ncr of land y J I Carter In the was bare lat woek visiting Mr and Mrs ing about it as lie saw no man on tho 5th Mag Dlstrlit listed by Cyrus GusShellman Taxes Carter for the year of ixi to Union trestle That ho examined the wheels Jailer Gus Shellman went and cost of his engine and there was no trace of Star lost week to seo his father who has Forty live acres of land by Isaac Carter blood ou it He Bays further that it was InMag District No 5 listed by llu been qnito ill bxrd Adams for the year iSy Taxes dark when he passed over the trestle and Mr John II Avitt has been appointed and cost could not havo seen the man had ho administrator of tho cstato of Annie been on It There aro some peoplo who Seventy nine norcs of land by Thomas Some folks will think that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honcr is no better than the common cough remedies until thoy try it Then they will know for thcmsolvcs that its the best on earth For Balo by Short A Haynes Cloverport Dr R II McMullin McDanlelsjM Meyer A W E Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Garfield ARMorris Big Spring Ky W C Moorman Glendcane Ky l Sher ron Bros A Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsbiirg Ky One lot In DUtrkt No 1 in the City of CloNcrport nn Murray Aye Iltcd by W H Olvcnport Tor year lSt Tatca and cost 100 acrcaof land by J Agncw In District No lltled by Andrew Hawkins for ere 1893 4 Taes nnd cost One lot in the town of llardintburg list ed by lllchnrd Joncn for the jcar lSoj4 Taics and cost One lot in the City of Clotcrport listed by Mary tooncy lor the years iSj 4 Taxes and cost Twenty fic acres of Kind in Mag DIs trlct No J by W A Vct listed by Charlea Stephens lor the years lSoj 4 Taxes nnd cost In the city of Cloxcrpor listed One by Mary Walklns for the years lNt 4 See deed book No 37 pxgc fiJjTiixcs and cost One lot In the town of Custer by Geo 1 turned listed by Vtaltcr Grandee for the years tSy 4 Taxes and cost Thirty acres of land by M Carter InMag District No 5 listed by l rink John- Â¬ son for years iSjj4 Taxes md cost no acres ol land In Mag District Nn 5 by M Koyalty Sec deed book No 4l Plge Slli listed by Julius lczlus Taxes and cost key for year iSo ll fty twn acres of land by James Carman in Mag District No 5 listed In the pune of ohn M loors heirs lor year lSgj 4 Taxes and cost Two acres of land In Mag District No I byjas Snider See deed book No 34 page jSS llslted by John S Pool for years 1S9J 4 Taxes and cost Twenty acres ol bind by J It Drane In Mag District Nn 5 listed by Jisse Gray for yc irs 185 4 Taxes and cost I ind bvT IcGrand TwentY six acres of In 51I1 Mag District listed bv Thomas Duncan for Years I89j4 Taxes and cost loo acres of land by Jno lile in the 5II1 Mag District by Manoahllasham for the year iSyj 4 Taxes audcost Scenty live acres of land by J V Car man In Mag District Nn 5 listed by Klizabcth Carmans heirs for the Taxes and cost years 4 loo acres of land by G Chyne In the 5th Msg District llstid by ireiborn G Jackn for the ytar 194 Taxes rnt Xo Squeeze XhRugh If you intend to try to wear that winter Suit all Summer Weather man Bays wc aro going to have a 5 o S 55 6 So 4 5 LONG DRY HOT SUMMER Weather man ought to know thats his life time Btudy ho studies tho elements wo study the lt 4 So 410 fJ 4 WANTS OF THE PEOPLE When tho hot June sun strikes you their will bo hustling for Get them now when you can cooler Clothing and Tan Shoes get tho pick out of tho select line This Week To day Come and sec us 10 13 4 75 655 5 4 This wcok wo placo on salo some special bargains in Shoes Ono lot of Mens Congress Shoes worth 150 now 81008175 Shoo for 125 a 8225 Shoo for 150 a 8300 Shoo for 8250 and a splendid Shoe sold tho wDrld over for 500 going this week at 250 SULZERS OUR BOSS OKFEIR J C NOLTE Assignee 605 6 At IJ 4 4 at 7W Save Your Dollars By buying your Drugs Patent Medicines White Lead Linseed s lrVV- r West deceased Mrs P M Beard went to Bowling Green last week to seo Miss Beard who was reported quite ill The jury in the case of Holmes against L St L k T railroad gave a Judgment to the plaintiff for 250 Gabe Smith who was brought here from Gleudeano on the chargo of house breaking was acquitted Peygou Madison was brought here last week from Gennantown and lodged in jail on the chargo of forgery Mr L Greon Falls of Rough brought a number of his Shetland ponies last week and sold several to parties hero Tho Methodist district Conforcnco Wo meets at Brandenburg in June would like to see a program for tlo proÂ¬ zers Sr tertf i Next week tho News will begin tho publication of a scries of articles on What is an honest dollar by Senator Jones These articles deal with tho real ceedings Suits that touch overy neid plain condition of tho masses of tho people and should bo carefully read by every practical and stylish The price well youll say its right when wo tell you ono J A Witt Misses Mabel Carson Olivia Fullon Mary L ltyan Stella Mullen and Aiaxte Tho members of the M E church Bandy will graduate from tho High South should turn out to tho next church School this vear Tho eqercises will bo confireuco and hear something to their bold in tho Baptist church Friday even- Â¬ advantage ing Mr J It Sklllman will present the Tho cut worm and tho army worm Miss Mary E Lalleist Miss have both bout bad their day But tho diplomas Lnfayette Lalleist and Dr A A Simons silver and goldbug worm havo both Iogaud aro down on tho program for solos The come to stay Have your old machines repaired by a pretty graduatca of course have interes Â¬ Tliero wero a number of witnesses hero man who gives you a good guarantee and ting papars to read lost week from tho Chcnault neighborunderstands bis trade Call at my olllco and seo some of my work Needles and AM Hardin Declines to Make the hood to testify in tho sander suit of Allen against Cunuingham shuttles for all machines always on hand Race For Representative E A Lussater was very much affected Jly oil is tho best L II Scherer Ky May 20 1895 llAnniNsiiuna when the jury read their verdict of not W MWlmsatt ran two sneak thieves Smith E Waciuonkii Chairman Glover out of Mr Jerry Murphys yard Thurs- Â¬ port Ky Dkau Fkiend WAaaoNisc I guilty Ho went up and shook their day night Ho fired four or II vo shots at liavo given tho matter of my becoming a hands with tears in his eyes them but without effect It is supposed candidate for tbo Legislature at the It doesnt matter whether flour is they were after monoy as bo v ral rail hands of the Peoplos Party of Breckcn worth eight dollars a barrel and dollars road incn board with Mr Murphy who ridgo county serious consideration from aro as scarco as hens teeth your boy had just been paid off overy standpoint and have decidod that must havo a ponny or a bicycle just the Miss Wary Allen lias closed her school I can not accept it Now whllo I have same at Laredo Texas Sho leaves tliero this the success and welfaro of tho Peoples County Attorney R N Miller and week for Pueblo Colo to visit her Party at heart as much bo I presume as Plies Lula Jolly wore married in this city tisin Mr A A Watkfns From there any other man in tbo county and while last Tuesday night Rov Burgess oflliciat rim goes to Salt Laka City to spend tbo I appreciate tho honor bestowed upon ing Tho wedding was a quito affair miraraer with hor brother Mr Horaco uio and the confldenco reposed In me by only a fuw of tho immediate friends of Allen Hor many frlonds In Kentucky tho Party iu selecting me as their candi Â¬ both parties being prcsont wish her a plensaut vacation date my busluess interest coupled with Mr David S Murray Salt Lake City Remember it always pays you to buy my financial condition at this time con- Â¬ Mrs D R Murray Cloverport Miss An Â¬ the best Wo can Bhotv you moro ad strain me to tako tho action I have vantages In both inachlno and attach Â¬ Trusting that tho Party My nit on nit Murray Lotlivllie aud MIhms Mia ments than any other agents Ours have Bomo other man who will coropotent tlc aad Altlont Murray Clortrport ball bearings which makes tho No 0 tho to servo It more advantageously than I were here one day last week the guests lightest running simplest und most dur Â¬ could have done and wiihiug you and of Mr and Mrs M II Beard able machino on tho market No thuttla tho cause we both lovo so well success I Lf Licensed to marry William J Mat Kingly to Mlfa Tula Lewis Dr Milton to wear out about it Tho No 0 is the remain Fraternally yonre womans delight Wo sell on easy pay Â¬ Board Jr to MIrs Isabella Miller Mar- Â¬ A M Hahdix ments liberally discounting for cosh tin Leslie to Misa Semantha Williams Old machines taken In as part pay L Mr W S Dean to Miss Susie Renfrew II Scherer Agt M L Nottingham to Miss Junie Bryant Childrens day tho day of all days for good digestion sound sleep a R N Miller to Miss Lula M Jolly 0 the childron was observed at the M K E Lyon to Miss Nora Stitb church Sunday It was an Interesting fine appetite and a ripe old age ifMr A X Kincheloe has accepted a servico to both children and grown up arc some ofthe results of the use position wuu u bmrin nons cioiuing folks as well The littlo tots with their of Tutts Liver Pills A single manufacturers Cincinnati VsSturm A -speeches and tho big girls and boys and dose will convince you of their Bona make a specialty of mens suits very aflorded wUh their songs and recitations overcoats Their goods aro of the the o4er ones present a fund of real joy wonderful effects and virtue highest grade and are put up in tho Too much priuV and thanksgiving latest and beat style Mr Kincheloa baa prate eBwH be given to those who wore tho agency for Kentucky for ttiia houso interesting engaged in arranging the An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ and will make all the principal towns in Ohlldrena Day ought o program the State lie guarantors satisfaction in votive onco a month instead of pace la a ache dyspepsia malaria sour every salu he makes Thle being one of yar stomach dizziness constipation the ruoU reliable clothing houses iu the will West Kincheloe feek Tests bilious fever piles torpid liver bo ableMr give hl customersthat he gen The some lo pewtkr and all kindred diseases hQWi no uine bargalua Ha is to be congratulated m pura or so grof I Jmv in having mcunmI a uoaition with so large aa watabliahinwi mdg power m Aty1 Mr F J Ferry sayB two tramps entered bis bouse Saturday night and rested com- Â¬ fortable he hopes until Morning They mado no disturbance nor did they molest anything Mr J E Keith and wifo returned from Leitcbfield Monday Mr Keith says ho never saw a finer prospect for wheats torn aud tobacco in his life Tho crops arc all looking well and growing nicely Milton Cutler Inspector of Pensions is in tho city looking after matters con- Â¬ Mr Cutler nected with his department is a nephew of Mr J T Conner this city lie in also nn old pupil of Prof week aro always ready to say ami bilieve it too that a railroad man is a bloodless sort of a fellow and would as soon run over a man os a chip or do anything else that Is mean aud brutish Our exper- Â¬ ience with railroad men is that they are human just like ether men and aro just as far from doing the wrong thing as men in other avocations Wo dont be Â¬ lieve tliero is a man counecUd with the Texas roal that is mean enough to deliberately run down a person if ho know it or could help it Wo beltevo tho verdict of tho jury that said Terry came to his death by the carelessness of the engineer was unjust and formed without duo investigation and the facts in tho rase didnt warrant their conclusions Â¬ jx AreYouGar Sick When Travel- Â¬ ing Car sickness is as trying to many people as sea sickness It comes from a derangement of the stomaoh A Ripans Tabule is an insurance against it and a box of them should be in every travelers outfit It May Concern Â¬ HIpjiK Tabulca iiuy be obtained through your nearett druKKit 1ilce 50 cent a box To Whom Â¬ Notice la hereby Riven that Mr Percy Hop- Â¬ per U no longer rtnreienting Tie Ilreoken and therefore they om rHge Co Lluilted not be held In any way reipondble for debts contracted by Mm on and after May 20 185 Notice li lven that Mr A Heron ta now the Company Superintendent at Cloverport Ky It MOLMYAM denera Maragtr Breckinridge Co Limited FOR SALE Juno 15th at 2 p in I will tell the property cfJoMpb McPhenon deieared on the pre liet to the blahett bidder In loll to Ooo tblrd caih balance In luit purcbaoi ono and two yean with 0 per cent intereil aeml annually payable at Ureckenridge Bank Tbii property it iltaated in lower Clorerport and comliti of room dwelling and 100x200 fott of grounl one rquare from builnen center Thli li by the with of the Helrt On V 100 R WASD the arreet ef a man of the following deicrlpllop Medium brown mulatto ilx ftet oneor two Incbei welyhi 200 joundi hai a very large foot rery hurt hair high cheek with long bnnei had on luit of blue overall black coat when hit teen wi wearing a cap W VAUU1IN It Stephemport Ky May 28 1695 lu A CLEAR HEAD WANTED Iour more PURC reliable men to tell nursery flock will pay a liberal commlttlon Addreaa WSAJHllYClo4erportKy rlu A Known Fact THtRC 11 MAnWIbB ARC OTHENB BUT r OWEHS PINK MIXTURE ta tt i muiu NJ OliUkft f n hUfcl Uvuuilt4 la rtAUf J4 far H Ktll 4J DtiirbOM TrMhlM tf4UA to Ul ex Bthm Urn f 25C AH9 8O0 BOTTll 7WhIf CkiMi th Ml mtilT MrMlJl Iua4 All dfAlrt Worlds Fair bklg Â¬ rwriTD4cv ewtNMonoi t Sold by Writ U S4 MttJWMi41 m 4f fn trUi Gray In Mag District Nn 5 listed by riunbe li Leslie for the yiirs lSnt4 Taxes nnd cost Sixty acres ol land by Lewis Hair in Mag District No 5 listed by John Lyon Taxes and cost for the years iSj- Two acres of land by Thomas llutlcr in Mag District No 5 listed by Aloni Auberry lor the years iSoj- Taxes cost Korty tue acres of land by Ihnmas Car Â¬ man In Mag District No 5 listed In the name ol lttIl lenlcks hairs for the years tSjj 4 Taics ami costs Iorty acres if land by Thomas Smith In May District No 5 listed by Win It Taxes Whitworth fur years 1S93 and cost Kortylour aciesof land by HM Wilson In Mag District No 1 listed by ltobt Tuxes and Morcdock lor year iSH cost ill acres of land by II Smith in Mag District No a listed by Jennie Duncan and astcr for the years 1S03 4 Taxes andc ot Kifty acres oflard by C lteldlc In the ad Mag District littcd by Harriett A Taxes and Smith for tbc year S cost 1 Kccnan In Mag loo acres of land by District No a listed by Henry Tlaul for thi years 1S1XJ 4 Taxes and cost One acre of land by Mary Miller in the ad Mag District listed by John C Taxes and Hall lor the years i83- cost Sixty acres of land by It Wclls In the 1st Mag District listed by Luther and John W Lyons for the years l8J- Taxes and cost II j acres of land by MaryJlleavlnintbe ad Mag District listed by Arthur S Mays for the year 1811 Taxes and cost One lot In Harncds Station listed by John S Lampion lor the year iSj Taxes and cost One lot In HarncJs Station listed by James Iledmond for the year i8J Tans and cost 10S acres of land by Win Ilulngton In the 1st Mag District listed Ijy Henry Nicholson for the year iSj Taxes and cost torty slx acres of land In District No 4 lilted by Clay Hayes heirs In the yeajs 1S93 4 see Com Deed book No a Taxes and cost One lot in Ilewlcytllle and live acres of land In District No 4 listed by John Harrington in the years 1J3 4 Stc deed hook 45 page 7a and died book Taxes and cost 41 PK l4 Forty two acres of land in District No r listed by W I Ilryanl In the years See deed book 4 page lu Taxes and cost One lot in Clifton Mill and eighteen aires of land In District No 4 listed by ANGIassgow In the Sse id boek 4I ytg i and cost aayac esof land In District No 6 listed by Tratncl llcstty In the Year lS See decdbooki7pige 40i and deed book 40 page 36a Taxes and cost II ted loo acres of land iu District No by Henry N llasham In the Years 1 Oj J See deed book 3a page 409 A Taxes and cost Iour acrci of land In District No 3 listed by Wesley Hobcrtson In the Years 1893 4 Joining Crawford Itobcrts on the west and Junes Wheeler trmt on the east Taxes and cost One lot in Irvington In District No 4 listed by Georgo Miller col In the Taxes and cost Years 1VJJ- Forty acres of land In District No 6 list ed br James K MiOiadv In the Year See deea book 38 page 6jo 1834 Taxes and cost Iortr seres of land bv J C Mattlnglr In District No 6 listed by D N Mathews In tho Year 189 Taxes and cost 1 So acres ol Und br J Dellaven Iu Dis trict No 6 listed br C A KskrIJge In the YesrlSU Texea and cost One lot Franks Mill In District Nnfi Vm II Arines in the Year lstad br ltjQ Taxta and cost S 95 Oil Ready Mixed Paints avrv Varnish 45 Paint Whisky Brushes Meade Pure Kentucky Apple 4s 3 60 rwm County rV ft Lr iA Brandy from 7 or Vu 4S jo 17 Nevitt Gough WHOIKSAln AND 11HTAH DBXJGG ISTS Mail orders promptly filled a specialty BRANDENBURG K W Prescriptions Saj i 70 30 jyemember lfSVSV that the 6 6a 4 45 Irvington Milling Go Continue to buy your And make the best on the market a 40 4 97 Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle SllCCp - Flour Meal and Mill Feed 11 9a u 15 k 14 Wo sell Suit Urlck Shinies Cement Hone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco Fertilizers Corn Planters Hay Itnkes Wheat Drills Studebaker and Old Hickory Wagons Buggies and Spring Wagons and the only rellnblo Self Hinder and Mower Binder Twino etc with a 4 55 iaf lj Si 4 93 guarantee on each article We sell nothing but first class goods at at prices to suit times Ilemember tho best is the cheapest In the long run Your inspection patronago and correspondence respectfully eollcited a5So WJFIKQH IRVINGTON 8 J5 643 R N Miller ATTORNEY at LAW HARDINSBURQ KY ASlAW IRVINGTON KY FOR SALE MILLING CO r 7 oi Will practice In all tho Courts in tho County and surrounding District Two fresh inlloh iowi for ona of then a Jersey or Information apply to Chas IlUdsl Uolt Ky it 6 05 ATTORNEY AT LAW with IrOn Drills Office Gus Brown CLOVERPORT KY DtU R Murray Esit iTABLERSDII BUCK EYE 4 91 saU of rilltl OINTMENT HUTPIttS IB D S 80 Barnes Kincheloe iCURES HDTHING known for H FKKIIODUSKx K 4 S Tutts Liver Pills 8II0RT Bv W S Camt C B Mi HAYNES t tin n 8 Tom Wisi KD IxD8 I1C B C B C it ATTORNEYS Orllce on Main HardinBburg Ky ATOTF next door SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE S B C north of poatoftioe ttmt BEST REMEDY fcr aOIB XIX yr JtKVfrttll HEtl tha mm sr--- - iiiKS i tr -- wper jMgpipp 9r pjiipPff OJUOVJSSIHPOST THIS 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S HJ BRBLOKRHRIDGR loved aunt of Bellle Webb of Long Lick community who being left an orphan in part to MraTalbotta care when but a babe twaa hut naturo that the stmtigt at feelings of Invu nnd alfecllon should oxlut between thorn Site was prou of her brothers o phati girl and has clung to Iter throng life and Bettlo with n grateful and loving heart has spent tho greater portion nf tho tinio for many months with the dear sufferer ossifting Lizzie in ministering to her wants and comforting her with her presence if in no other way MoIHh Talbott was n Wo cannot ctaltn per- Â¬ grand woman fection for any but if site had faults they wero so closely hidden beneath her many virtues that the writer of this humble notico of Iter death could not name them tho she lias known and loved her for thirty years Her friends wire not chosen by what they possessed but merit was the pricless boon that bound them to her and thus she dis Â¬ played a character well worthy of imi tation by thoso who follow her Sho was married lo j laiLoit oi uaviess county Nov 1858 Two children were born unto tin in one only reaching wo Â¬ manhood Mrs Moirmau with whom she lived aud died Wo all will mfsa dear Mollie and sorrow thai we can see tier face no more but wo know that our loss is her eternal gain We hope to meet her in the bright beyond whero these transitory lives of ours too aro ended L J0 1 Â¬ NWSi mantle and how to K - Govt Report HOMEMADE DRESSES The dolman tftlLBv Fashion Royal l ABSOLUTELY Breckenridge WEDNESDAY Baking Powder PURE I News MAY 20 1893 My Childhood Home Just live mile west of Ilrandenburtf Near by the river tide It my dear native childhood home Where eight dear onet abide Ah I how welt do I remember The happy daya weve pent At thro the garden down the hill And to the river went With fishlnp kooksand Itnet and polet And plenty of good bait We retted on the moiiy bank And for a bite did wait Ah I once It wa a happy home And all within waa brlcht Hut now ita changed ah t aadly changed Since one tplrlt wlngd Iti flight Twaa on a tummer evening bright The wind waa whlsprlne low j We gatherd round her anow white bed And watched her tplrlt go But If we live a chrlttlan lite And when our Journeya oer Well meet again where all la bright And parting it no more When evening shadows gather round And twilight doth appear My thoughtt turn back to childhood daya And many frlendt to dear Oft do t think with anxlout heart Of dear onii far away And with that I could tec them all At mv old home to dat Twill not be long for very toon Mr schooldari will be oer Then to mr dear onea wander back To part from them no mote And when mv tavlour calla me home Mv earthlr race it run 1 will be ready then to saY ThV will O God be done Iynntand College Ky May ii IKIJ II uses Nervous People And thoso who are all tired out and have that tired feeling or sick headache can bo relieved of all these symptoms by taking Hoods fcarsaparilln which gives nerve mental and bodily strength and thoroughly purifies the blood It also croates a good appetitocures indigestion heartburn and dyspepsia Hoods Pills are easy to take easy in action and sure in effect i5c ABeply ok Rouait Ky May 20 Order is Heavens first law Some time agoue it came in regular order a regular time for services in the church at this place As tho time drew nigh the pastor was Falls waiting but no lights appeared and the were locked After some inopportune delay tho kind friend of the who had church pastor and people kindly offered to do his part in helping on the woik of the Lord arrived lamps lit pastor waited Seven and one half was the hour for beginning services Minutes passed until ten after tho hour and no ono appeared lights were blown A little girl camo to tho door as we were leaving and we told her there would be no preaching We went home and were preparing to retire when a call at the gate by the same person saying Come back there is some coining now Yes we heard them but did not report to the pastor as it was too late Yes too late yea too late will be tho cry of many when tho door is Bhut and barred as it was upon this occasion Not the spirit of Hades as intimates your fair correspondent but the Spirit of Now is the ac- Â¬ the Master who said cepted time But the fair ono should not forget that her lorm had not darkened the church door in or during the preceding seven months i e during the pastorate And as she was not present at that prayer meeting and news gathers as it goes and prejudico never sees with but ono eye nor hears with but one ear in a christian spirit it would have been best to have said nothing not knowing tho provocation at that time nor at other times Not in anger hut a full deter Â¬ mination to put a stop to such in tho house of God The Golden Ittile is Do as you would wish to be done by Ah yes as the correspondent states Would to tho Binners were there God they were all christians and for that end tho pastor has labored ami prayed holding these prayer meetings whether sick or well but God knows and soon tho reaping time will come aud angels gather the harvest home Correspondent please read the Uth chapter of 1st Corrinthians and then compare your articlo in tho Ukecken itiDOE News and bco if the mantle of charity will cover I know nothing of this article until last night as friends had Hidden and burned their papers to prevent such unkind thrusts meeting our gaze Pastorh Wife doors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TheOweniboro Episode Tho emphatic declaration of the Owonsboro convention on tho currency question was tho direct result of the stupid conduct of tho Louisville daily papers that have deserted tho teachings of tho Democratic party and havo been for months dovoting their energies to disorganizing the party and wrecking its future Tho convention was composed of thoughtful conservative men mind ful of tho partys interests above all things Being good Democrats the great body of them were in line with tho partys principles on the currency question Of the three hundred delegatus present fully four fifths were for honest gold and sliver money There were n few extreme silver men intent on passing strong resolutions but tho great mnjority f were perfectly willing to let the trouble some question rest until the state con- Â¬ vention But from the very first the seeds of discord were sown by the LouIb ville papers They insisted on directing tho eyes of tho whole country to Owens boro as the center of populistic ideas aud filled columns of space witli graphic accounts of the heroic work the friends and eound of tho administration money were doing On tho Bccond day emboldened by tho conservatism shown these false leaders and pervcrters of public sentiment loudly boasted that a great victory would bo won and that the so called apostles of sound money hadfound hardly enough silver men to make it interesting for them It was such BtuA and nonsense- as this that changed the temper of the convention Tho Wheeler substitute was written at a conference of delegates representing three lago silver counties Christian Crittenden and McCracken and em bodied tho conclusions of some of the strongest lionet money men at the convention Not a goldbug was present and the minority had nothing to do with the resolution except to throw their votes to it in the convention The conservative plan would have prevailed but for the attempt of the goldbugs to adjourn the convention before its nominee had been invited to appear and failing in tliis to break It up or howl down every man that attempted to speak This disgraceful proceeding disgusted all decent men present and the three counties represented in the conference above mentioned cast their votes for the Hhea resolutions The silver recommendation may have been premature and inexpedient but it unquestionably represents the views of the Democrats of the district The Owensboro episode should prove a lesson to tho Louiisvillu renegades If they contlnuo their woik of disruption tho people will go to the state convention determined to ram a silver resolution down their throats If on tho other hand tho Louisville papers could see an inch from their noses aud would show some regard for the partys welfare they would cease to antJgoniza the partys often expreBsed principle of free bimet- Â¬ allism and turn their attention to har Â¬ monizing tho forces that will assemble in convention within less than five weeks There is need for wisdom and sound judgment Tlio unwise aud ill timed visits of Secretary Carlisle for the purpose of making public confeaions of a change of faith will work further harm and unless tho Courier Journal and Times tho Post is a hopeless case pursue a moro patriotic course between now and June - there is likely to bo a repetition of the work at Owensboro on a larger scale If the party is rushing to ruin the Courier Journal has opened the throttle Hopkinsville Keutuckiau Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E W Bagby a prominent lawyer of Paduoah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ ing cough when nil things else failed Its a now remedy for all coughs For sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr It H McMullin McDanlelsj M Meyer Co Burasj A Taylor Kosottaj W E Brown Irvington Ky A A Rich Â¬ ardson Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky W C Mootman Gleu deane Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Kirk Ky Horaco Scott Hardinsburg Ky KEENAN CHAPEL Died Again tho death angel has entered our midst and took one of our loved ones from us Brother Willis McMana way depaited this life May 11 1895 ho being near 17 years old He has been a sufferer for many years with that disease that carries bo many away heart trouble He labored hard to prevent the fires that 8wi pt through ids neighborhood near Victoria and since that time was not able to do any service Ho leaves a wife with six children two sisters and ono brother with naiiy other near relatives to mourn for him Brother Willis was sensible to tlio last ixpiriig breath The last hour that God gave him here he called his friends to him and told each one what ho wanted them to do He asked his brother if he would take his family and care for tin m and then said Now I commit them to God Thon he called Ids brother in law to him and said I have a few debts that must bo settled will you see to that for me said ho would He His brother-in-laasked his wifu how much money she had and she told him the small sum Ho said Now I am ready He was coiivertt d when about eighteen years of ago to Christ but with tho many things of life he fell away and walked in wickedness many years But when the Holy Spirit led God a people out to woik in this vicinity he humbled him- Â¬ self again and united with Gods people in the M E church of which he was a member until he died Brother Willis left n clear brightsolld evidence of a salvation from all sin llle Bsid aro the dead that die in tho Lord from henceforth Yea sayeth the spirit that they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them Rev 14 Â¬ Pretty Women Will Oo rtnrr foot to tUthe In the Rf Next Hummer It la inid thnt fashion noxt Rnmrncr - CUT IT will kindly permit ladles at Fcasido ro rorta lo batho without storking nnd flore UtCMMl Thbli n ifntkit It lit Knsit stylish yonng women nro nroady having For mi Ainntiur tu tnnlilmi How til Ihoir feet prepared for next sonsous Wlillli hew llloii Itculntt lviiBtl campaign Mnny feet which look jnst Uklat too rnptlvntliitf for anything in shoos ICojiyrlulit Ibltt hy Antilcun ltexs Araocla nud stockings nro Hot nltoguthcr lovely tnn when cxposod to view nnd forniniuo liniiortnnco In dress Tin latest move making I tliiienewitlof tliu elolmnn en j o ownora of fucIi tlofoctlvooxtremitics nro Tlieto nro now invoking tlio nld of tho podtourists or iiiantlu without tletvca nimlb iMiy iWiiiiilly reaching below tho to mnko thorn prcsoutnblo Civilization knee Ilay urc mlnptcil for ceiiliig high shoos havo inflicted many wraps for tlo stint nnd visiting and nnd wrongs npon tho human understanding Oily mu hlwnys moio elegant and ilretsy tliuu bi Jacket for women Tho Jacket In nnd many ladles recognizo that if they Letter ntlapteil for youth ami tor ore 111117 aro to mnko Impressions upon thu mas oulino heart ns Woll as npon tho Band witir In making a tlirro itinrtur dolman iiian with their foot noxt summer thoy must tlu tho pattern can le iliafled OisDy from put themselves npon n hotter footing illtigrum lari with the front ciluo tu llu Thero nro comparatively fow Trilby Itig laid even with tlio selviyp with an feet in real life fow which nro porfoct lunch turned In an nny he eleMreil This howeer must lt iilmwul tux Uforotliu in form and entirely freo from blomisli rest In innrkeel It will It noticed tliit en Novc rtbolcM Du Mauriers rhapsody the shoulder team hen Is one fliiltcivd over tho beauty of Trilbys foot may bo space tlint Is 4 Ineliei wldo nnd folluwl ig to a certain ostout rcap jnslblo for tho gencrnl noto of preparation for tho exthe two lines down Is so ho luld In n ptiiir which idlnws for t 4 opening for thu hibition of feminino feet noxt funimcr hiimls The w lilth across tho butt from Many women who havo rend his novol tho X marks nililu from tliuspmt nnrkid may ho anxisus to provd that thoy havo for the plnlt should ho thu sloit the bust Momething in that lino not cntiroly un liom tho nnn sluniid should he eisy not tlltlit Tliutlrculiir HneMiOwutho rounded worthy of admiration And why should shoulder portion Thu width ot inch front not a pretty foot inspiro tho poet nnd tit the bottom shoiihl depend fuitwint on tho nrtist quito as much ns a hand or n thbflauroot tho Viiurcr hut a good way lndys oyobrow to get It Is to in i tbclino mound the Gront oxecntion hns been dono with body whero the Lollom of the liiimtlg will the feminino foot through nil tho cenliiclios divide ll turies Even with its charms be bod gut tho iitiuiU1 ot concealed Into three two put it for liu fronts nnd thu by slioas aud stockings it has proved other for thu buck Tho buck pint la cut- on thJ fold of ho ono ot tho most formidnblo of womanly weapons With it woman has lured man cloth nnd tho lower portion U lot divided The jog lf to bo luld In two fiil nlls ou and on nud on nnd with it when at tho wnlsl line Thu tenter hank senin sho has wearied of plrying with him ohotild Put he schrnrd nud pretscd tint sho has administered tho coup do grace tliso iilulta laid In nnd fiewtddown under But when it shiuos forth next summer ncul urrowhonds Tho front plnlt should in all its loveliness unadorned by nny thin be luld nnd stitched to thu lining thing but its own beauty it will bo sim Tho lining of thu front part should bunur ply irresistible No bachelor will bo safo rower by the size of the plait than tltu out side Tho lining nnd outstdo should In at tho seaside Tho most hardened nnd sewed together turned nnd pressed Thr cynical will ctpitulnto nt tho sight of plait will then fall naturally Into plncv tho thousands of snowy foot pattering nnd can Lo busted nnd Inter stitched Into over tho sandy boach in unconventional pluco rccdom or demurely presented for mas Tho nrmholcs nro marked 00 nnd culino Inspection nud approval Balti should bo cut and bound from tho Insldo taoro Sun Tho shoulder senms should then bo sewed together nud then thu Imck and front THE PHONOHARP portions bnstcd cnrefully beginning from A New Mimical Instrument Which Is Tait Tim back portion should tho bottom 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r VVVVWVVVVVVVVVV90j2 Highest Quality of AIL-J 1 i GF W Columbia Bicycles The Standard for All cDll tw5 - E BE8T mfi EiBBW Have you feasted your eyes upon the beauty and grace of the 189 S Columbias Have you tested and compared them with all other makes Only by such testing can you know how fully the Columbia justifies its proud title of the Standard for the World 1 AA N2fc i a i Hartford Bicycles sell for next best in quality 80 and 60 J0 for boys and girls sizes POPE 1 MFQ CO HARTFORD BRANCH STORES ftt Oeneral Oftlccs ond Factories MM k J Conn Boston San Francisco New York Providence Chicago Buffalo iVgF 4 AN ART CATALOGUE of these famous wheels free at any Columbia Agency or will be mailed for two 2 cent stamps hnvfi been lined nnd pressed nnd tho scums bnstcd firmly about two Inches from thu edga to allow tho lining on that sldo to Ho back and not ho tnken In with thu seem When tho hnckR nnd fronts nro bnstcd togtthrr thii uppor portion ot the circular pnrtwlll hu gMhrrul closely Into the spneo left forlt nndsewed firmly to the shoulder Tho lining nil nrotind Is left loose from the iiiiiturlnl nnd ns root ne the senms aro prc6v1l It should bo felled down very ntnt- V 1 llecomliig Popular One scos another new musical instrn mont pushing its wny into prominoiico tho phonoharp which is broadly nothing moro nor less than n simplified t The Best Shoes r t Least Money Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford Bicycles Cloverport Ky 44404666 as WM - 0 ALLEN j j V - aud inexpensive German zither It hns IS strings nnd two octaves from Cto C although somo forms aro larger and more complex It has n brass bridgo Etrotched across tho strings so constructed that some strings are covered and Â¬ ft yMm i Hi IJlUJUAM OK DOLMAN MANILA 13 Dear mourning friends dont look at the grave when you think of your de Â¬ parted one but look up and follow on His funeral will be preached the first Sunday in July by his pastor Rev W B Snt ad His Class Leadeh Mr Will jSkillman has Gentlemen had soro eyes for years He lias tried many doctors and remedies and lias always failed to get relief until we sold him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve which cured him inside of one week Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey sells well and cures Respectfully M Mevek Co January 15 1893 Burns Ky Sutherlands Eagle EyeSalvu has done a great deal more for me than can be W II Skillmav told by pen Buiias Ky WEST VIEW Mrs Mollie Webb Talbolt f Died on the morning of Xuy lo 1805 at the home of iter daughter Mrs Lizzio Moorman Leitchfljld Ky She only dreaded the death struggle but ttiat was removed She calmly and peacefully cast olT this mortal coll and to duy is mingling hor sweet voice with the re Â¬ deemed in Paradise She was born in Iireckenridgo county in 1832 converted Four Big Successes in early life and baptized into tho fellow- Â¬ Having the needed merit to moro than make good all tho advertising claimed ship of Goshen church ever living a for them tho following four remedies faithful consistent member until death have reached a phenomenal Bale Dr Sho was tho only Bister of the late Hay Kings New Discovery for consumption den Webb of I ouisvllle nnd the be Coughs and Coldseach bottle guaranteed Electric Bitters the great remedy for Liver Stomach and Kidneys Bucklons Arnica Salve the best in the world nnd Dr Kings New Life Pills which aro a Ail these remedies aro perfect pill guaranteed to do Just what is claimed for them and tho dealer whoso name is at- Â¬ tached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them Sold at A H Fishers Drug store A Baiiseis Boom There are moro moro marbles played here than in any other city of like di Â¬ From earU morn mensions on earth till twilight the boys and grown both married and alnglfl aro seen under come of our beautiful shade trees playing keeps roily hole and such other games as are usually played by those who indulge Hancock Clarion CURES SCROFULA BLOOD POISON CURES CANCER ECZEMA TETTER BLOOD y i i Visiiisvksiax uisKpr34ts h s s s FOR THE The cut worms are devouring the garÂ¬ dens aud com crops Messrs Sidney Hal and Frank Skill man were in town Saturday Mrs II Henninger who has been vcrv sick is slowlv imnrovinc PSMrs Hattio Brown wife of Lee Brown died May l near Cave Spring Rev Geo Morris preached at tho M E church Saturday night and Sunday S M Henninger has returned from LouIbvHIo with a large stock of goods Miss Sudle Tucker was the guest of Olive IUiir En Misses Cora aud Essa Matthews Tuesday Iluiufords Vindictive Wife night Count Ruuiford tho scientist mar Miss Cora Matthews has returned from ried M1110 Lavoisier tho widow of n phiLouisville with a new stock of millinery losopher nnd herself a dovotco of philoso phy In ono of his letters still extant poor goods Itumford wrote I havo the inlsfortuno Mr J E Matthews who is attending to be married to ono of tho most unfeelHardinsburg College was the guest of ing Imperloustyrannlcal women that evor existed whose persuverunco In pursuing Ids parents Saturday on object Is equal to her profound wicked is visiting ness and cunning In framing It Miss Mattie Pumphrey When friends near Hardiusburg It seems as the vn vexed which was nearly nil the she vented her ipleon by breaking if tho town has some particular attraction time the bottles that contained his anatomical for Mattie specimen by upsetting tils apparatus on A oung man dressed In a light tho floor throwing hit books out of tho Lost blue suit with a plug hat was almost windows and pouring boiling water on bis botanlal collections lost in an overcoat Sunday afternoon and has not yet been Been A reward is How to Select Furniture Lot tht furniture bo suited to Its uso ode red solidly good In quality subdued rather Master Allen Davis of Louisville who than loud in tasto and such as will glvo a has been visiting his aunt Mrs Emily bomullko look to your apartments Ex Matthews returLed homo Monday ac- Â¬ change companied by his little brother Owen Corks aged nine Inasmuch ag Spain produces moro Miss Bona Roberts who has been at- Â¬ wiuo than almost any other country in tending Hardinsburg College for several tho world it is only fair that sho weeka camo home Friday evening and should supply tho corks for tho bottles returned Sunday afternoon accompanied in whloh the ambrosial fluid is sold and from official statistics it seems thnt byM G Butler her annual yioldof bottle corks amounts Clevelands Republican convention un- Â¬ to over 3000000001 animously Indorsed McKinly for Presi Â¬ A Suggctllou dent and Buck Fuea Foraker for the We advise ovory ono of tho antisuf United States Senate frago ladies to read John Stuart Mills little book on Tho Pubjtitiou of Wow Cry Let them read that attentively m and thoy will stop talking somnch bob sense Albany Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ly the stitches taking hold upon tho pressed senilis only Another slight prum Ing with medium hot Irons will mid to tho smooth nppunrnnco of tho gnnnunt An ense belt or ribbon Is to bo fnxtcnecl at tho wnlst line In the bnck to hold thnt snug Thero remnlns now tho orniiiiitntntlon T1k collar may bo n plntn turndown or thoro may bo a high medlols or In fnct any kind proving becoming A sprung or slashed overenpo Is srnictlnics ndded particularly when tho lnnntlo Is Intended for evening wear nnd this Is bordered with fur of sonio kind When the mantlo Is inndo of plush velvot or heavy silk a rich trimming of pnssementerlo or heavy lace nppllquo or silk embroidery mny bo putcn nnd n border of floo black skunk skin Is nlwnys an addition When It U desired to longthon this Into A Moral Iotvcr 0 long cloak nil thero Is to do Is to length Queen Victoria is snid to have become en the lines always making It a little somowhat fractious nud ago is telling larger around the bottom as It Is longer ou hor nt last Irritablo ns tho queen Is mado of woolen When tho gnrment goods must he evenly shrunken beforo mny bo under tho pangs of rheumatism It Is made up otherwise dampness may which now nfilict her no ono desires to entirely chnngo Its form When It Is do boo hor pluco filled by another Sho has sired u a warm winter wrap It should bo kept tho bnlanco of moral power in her Interlined with u fletlblo flannel madu for sbaro of Europe ns no crowned head has tho purpose or It may to lined with fur dono bofom her or will bo likely to do such as Siberian squirrel Many ladles after her Dos ton Herald have old circular enpes lined with that fur and It enn bo utilized to lino a mantlo Jtosu Tlonheur The enpo If nny to wuV over this style Rosa Bonhcur upon whoso breast the of mantlo must fit tho shoulders flat and When finished the Empress Eugenia personally fastened fall smoothly duwn lady who likes to wear a distinguished tho Cross of tho Legion of Ilonor in and elegant garment will bo pleased 180S has just been promoted to tho A word mny bo said on tho distinguish srrado of ofHcor in that order tho first ing feature of tho now blouse waist and woman artist upon whom that distinc Â¬ how to attain It There arc full gathered tion has been ouferred Paris Corro fronts nnd backs with belts as usual but ipondcnt tho front of the wnlst Is rounded down ward about two to four Inches Tbo fronts are lined somowhat Bt Idly and then tho Although tho fact is not npparont tho gathers or plaits as may be arc tnkon In bnstlo is hack Nino out of every ten and sewed to tho belt This sets tho front tailor inndo suits have hair cushions in out sharply Just above tho bolt Many of tho skirts Tliis is to throw ont tin them havo strops down the conter of tho coattails which nro cut moro than a shoulders and to those the waist Is gathOthers havo tho littlospriug ered In Garibaldi style sleeves lengthened on tho tjp and the ex Mrs Lilllo Dovoroux Blako has ml tra length plaited up to tho collar In a dressed an appeal to tho working wompn plait US Inches wide Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ when drawn across tho shields strikes tho exposed strings pro ducing chords nud goes over thoso covered by tlio motal Tlio bridgo has throo rows of openings thus making thrco ohords of tlio koy of C Tho mnsia of any piece consists of n shoot of cardboard having tho air of tho tuuo written in figures divided into menrures and char acters beforo tho proper flguro to indi- Â¬ cate when to draw tho pick over tho shiold to make tho desirod chord Tho figures on tho sheet lio directly nudcr tho strings which when piokod in ono two thrco order or in rotation in each measure through tho piece piny tho air Whilo tho nir is going on the chords nro drawn in whorover indicated On tho sounding board is n slip pasted having tho proper lottcr under onoh string corresponding with its noto in tho scale Tho lottoriug ou tho shoot indicates tho strings to bo struck Tho ordinary notes on tho staff aro nsod to givo tho timo and dnshos on tho stem show when to draw in tho chords on tho shiold Tho tono of this instru ment is swoet and tho chords go woll Pittsburg Dispatoh with tho voice Â¬ Â¬ some oxposcd Tho pick all Sim dTv - Wb W L D0U6LAS tPS ILJrfeE A KINO FIT FOR Over One Million Pcoplo wear tho W L Douglas 3 and 4 Shoos All our sancs nro raanllr iatlaratoir They equal custom shoes In style and lit Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed The trlces are uniform stamDed on sfjle from ft to 3 saved over other makes jit tout dealer cannot supply y ou wo can J3 iWk jiBv ma 4TT SMr m tr mrfs-- NSrk vvn flfW CordoTnnFrench 5348350 ami jtanaaroo Unntncncii Inu atu S250 snd S2 Worklngment hoiico snocj stoies IklK ISTHV- U IITM laWLlUKk I fkAAiXSttni llll - A 11L UFH - - -- 4 111 Tf uaies 93 izou szina your dealer V IIyou wtiio tor cannot supply catalogue W L Douglas Urocklon 11 ass io Ek sa WBBJBBr S L SULZER CS ttriSH9BHMflBtifcldLAL Clovorport J C M McGLOTHLAN CoUnlon Star Ky DANIEL RK0QK3 J 0 BOURNE M UARPBh BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock OATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILl KY Serin Ackermann Brewing rnoriuKTons EXPORT BOTTLE BEER Co - MAIN STRRET BRRWRRY for Family Use 1710 to 1720 WAIN ST TliMH IIONi 4a KI VU 2 - w d LOUISVILLE KY 20 penis Hair pin nnd bolt buckle attached for Somotliiufi now ut Babbagos Fin 1 n f of Now York oaraestly entreating thom to join in demanding political enfran chisement for tho women of tho stnto MINISTERS OF THE GOSPEL Â¬ Electropoise Rev John RotlJm Danville Ky It is a mystery to me almost a mirnclo JUv A Meek CuttletUburg Ky I have used the Electropoise for five years and find it nyaluable as a curative agent especially is it efficacious in cases of feeblo women and delicate children Rev Robert Varreit Louuvllle Raptitl Seminary ENDOH6B Poor Health means so much more than vou imagine serious and fatal diseases result from f trifling ailments neglected inraa a vtili mnn in wa check a pretty girl to draw ntten 1 tion a horso to draw a cart a r j freo lunch to draw a crowd nnd r an advertisement in tho News f to draw tho trado t A GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CLOVERPORT CO w KENTUCKY Also Wholesale unit IUUI1 Dealers In Yollow Pino Flooring and Ceiling Lime Singles Laths Hair Doors Cement Brick Blinds r Dont play with Natures greatest gilt health IMouarefcclIni Sash and Browns J out ol sorts weak and generally c hauslcd neivouf have o appetite anil cant work ond all kinds of Building Material Sole Agents for Homestoad Order Fertlllzoro Bono Meal and Troy 4 Electropoise cured after remedies failed all other Rev W IP Rruce Houttom ille Ky Electropoise cured opium habit Rev Geo Meant Covington Ky Iron Bitters Dyspepsia Constipation Malaria Itlil ii fiiir the li ostrella cclii bcui aloncetak newlilch trenitlhenliig ls ii own s Iron Bit- - mid J08T acoomimnlnod with tho etib woDiptly tit curebenefit j comes from the J tiy first Uose i tui7 ttalt let Ik mil 1 1 IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY IV4U W I4V J In one night the Electropoise relloved brain congestion and vertigo We could fill this paper with similar reports but think this sufficient to inter est you In Bending for book on tiie sub Â¬ ject of health Electropoise rented four months for 10 DUBOIS fc WEBB BOA It Cures Kidney and Liver Bad Blood 4 1 inuioijiia liuuuic Nervousnllmenta Womens complaints It ftt only tliCRtiiulne line oi lie wrspper Children for Pitchers Castorla tsHrtk Ave H He IeuUvllle Ky list rroif ted A olnei il e tut- Uinecelptot tto3c rUiinivu illiutc will send set c Vol Ucnulllul VVU1 Pair Vlw inj bflvk trtt aiartMu ruruiAi on oaiyIiiadc ir vermifuge 20 FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Ramatllaa KrjJ BlTAIr BKOtMIayris rrcr4 aicvtinat4iiiiuuic BOTTLE EVERY aUARANTEEO WHITES CREW nuM I 1 i