You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1895 brc1895061201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f i ti ttm - THE BRECKENRIDC J - NEWS NO 47 r Mtf VOL XIX CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1895 TO YOUR STORE ADVERTISING IS THE POWER THAT TURNS BUSINESS APPLY IT AND WATCH RESULTS M h Is now turning his gold bug batteries was assisted by Mrs Wimp whose taste IRVINGTON against his own money system not stands unrivalled iu tnhlo decorations Mrs Washington hns returned from and was displayed on this occasion In mlno If that script had o bo redeemed T in any ono thing it was not money at Snears Kv an unusually attractlvo manner Tho 287 00 Total all and If it had been utterly worthless pLittlo Mary Henry Is visiting hur sis dining room was n vision of beaut- ySecond payment 200 00 It aglow with llovscrs and shimmering with could not bo used as an argument ter near hkron 01 00 Interest 8 percent against my position Tho refreshments consisted of Mro Henry and Miss Siilllo nro spend lights Shows Up Aftor a Fow Woeks In a Appreciation 2 per cent 13 35 Again R P S argues that becauso ing a few days w itli friends cakes fruits ices and confections tho near Web Lengthy Argument chef donre being a lovely cake bcautl 277 S3 Pennsylvania money fluctuated as measTotal stcr fully ornamented aud surrounded with Third payment 200 00 ured in English monoy it was no good Uncle Pat Doylu died on the 27th ten smnll Interest 8 per cent wav tapers filled with mlna 48 00 I might as well arguo that becauso of May nnd was burled at Mt Merino on turo dolls 10 04 American wheat and cotton iluctuato as Appreciation 2 per cent Each llttlo girl receiving a tiny doll as a Eouvenlr whilst tho wee measured in English monpy that there tho 18th Honoy Constantly Increasing In We wero pleased to meet and recog Â¬ gentlemen had ns mementos boutonlere 207 01 fore American wheat and cotton aro Total Purchasing Powor Is Un- Â¬ Fourth payment 200 00 dishonest and unsound This is on nize Rev Father Carroll on a hurried and Japanese handkerchiefs Interest 8 per cent 32 00 an exact parity with R P Ss labored trip from tho city Mrs Piggott Miss Kittle Munford and just Money Appreciation 2 per cent 21 10 gold standard arguments Quito a crowd from this vicinity at Â¬ Miss Bettio McGehee tho two fatter be- Â¬ Tho Pro by fessor is a daisy ho is tended the Childrens Day exercises at ing tlio Sunday school teachers of the Total 253 40 R P S gives tho French assignals as an Bowleyvillo Sunday tiny lnda nnd Inssles lent assistance in By Fifth paymont 200 00 example of the danger and instability of Mr and Mrs Worland Carter went entertaining the little guests seeing that 10 00 Interest 8 per cent HE TOO WANTS SIX QUESTIONS each spent an enjoyable evening government paper money on Why did over to St Martins near Flaherty to 23 27 Appreciation 2J per cent he not tell the truth about tho assignors Tho presents wero numerous and be Â¬ church services to day ANSWERED fitting tho occasion 241 27 Was ho ignorant of the nature- - of tlio as Total Mr Frank Carter attended Childrens Mrs G W Beard aud Mrs R S Milslgnate or did he wish to deceive his re- Â¬ Day at Bowleyvillo to day Bright pyt s 1320 12 Grand total ler of Hnrdlnsburg sent ns offerings readers will be tho brighter for his coming In tho abovo illustration the debtor is is boxes of lovely pansies nnd fragrant ten- Tho French asslgnates were not yoicrn Editor News I must hold RTSto Rjv W R Cullom asihtcd by Rev ropes Miss robbed by law of 8012 and this is ment legal tender money such as is adMnggie Greenw ood n basket i tlio text he is inclined to stray away Hunt began a protracted meeting Inst of beautiful rosebuds Thoy These annoying questions must leanmer tho inevitable result of tho system R P S vocated by tho Peoples party expressing tho night May much good bo the result is wish thnt her life might so eloquently advocates Were tho debt wero a ed Tiiey have not been thus far reukemahlk currency issued by unfold as the k our heartfelt wish to lose First What made that iiau op gold larger and the period of timo longer over a revolutionary government a govern- Â¬ which payments extended tlio result ment of uncertain standing and wero Mrs Kale L Bennett returned from a Time nil too swiftly sped by on golden TO DK MONEY TO nE LKOAL TENDEK is Second Is any article whatever would bo far more disastrous to the based upon coin rovenues to bo derived pleasant visit to friends and relatives in pinions whilst joy und happiness filled debtor Bho attended tho Sam each heart nnd with regret enmo 0 p m from the salo of the confiscated estates of Owensboro MONEY REKORE IT RECEIVES THE STAMP OF It is a system by which tho people of tho priest and nobles Jones meeting while there the hour of departure when each llttlo GOVERNMENT I1Y AUTHORITY OK LAW guest in quaint nnd chlldliko words ex Tho French asslgnate were a redeem- Â¬ money func Â¬ United States who havo paid theirbond Miss Nell Henry of Fair View accomThrd Where lies the holdors four times the valuo of the na- Â¬ able currency tho kind of money which panied by Mr Floyd Roberts of Irving pressed to Mrs Jolly the plensuro tho to sum- Â¬ tion IN THE METAL OR IN THE STAMP Fourth Have not the people ok the tional debt when at its highest point R P H quoted Walker in a former articlo ton spent a fow days last week visiting evening had given them Happy child- Â¬ hoodjoyous hours when tho heatt is United States power through their are more deeply in debt to them to day to provo was good tho kind of money the Misses Bashnm near Kkron than they wero before they paid a single which he advocates not tho money ad- Â¬ government to place their money Mr E B ProtherooleftorBroadhead as puro nnd untainted as n sylvian spring May nil tliy blrthdnys be as bright is stamp UPON PAPER CONFERRING THEREON dollar and by which if the system shall vocated by me Ky to join ills wife at his sono and to continue they will bo compelled to pay And crowned with Juy ns sweet Shame on an intelligent man that will have a peep at the liffte Jullu who 1ms ali the functions of money debt over At thoic which on this natal night bring forward tlio French asslgnate as Fifth What makes the bullion in a tho may bo and over again placo within their Onvo you their offerings meet dishonest in pursuing my in- Â¬ an argument against the money advocat- Â¬ recently applied for a I gold dollar worth the face value of hearts which only a grand child can ocvestigations and drawing the conclusions ed by the Peoples party J ilia F Orkkmtood the coin cupy do but we all know that R P S is I Now as to those questions Note tho Sixth What respective proportions Somo time ago I was troubled with an Little Nannie Leo Jolly entertained a will honest and conscientiona in advocating answers ok value must the stamp and metal number of her friends last Wednesday attack of rheumatism I used Chamber Â¬ system Illustrated above tho system possess in order to form a good the First There is no need whatever for evening from 7 to 0 value oclock tho occasion lains Pain Balm nnd was completely we are enjoying tho blessings of now of refresh- Â¬ any commercial value in tho thing or dollar Many hap Â¬ cured I hnvo since ndvised many of my That is the system tho bankers are substance on which tho money function being her tenth birthday will be remembered that in my last It py returns of tho 29th friends nnd customers to try tho remedy was an All authors who teach tho aiticlo I said It is useless to insist upon holding sound money conventions in is stamped nnd all speak highly of it Simon Gold wish from all tho interest of to day des- Â¬ truth so Read the teach Tho thing on which the It P Ss answering my reasoning against criptions of these bankers banquets stamp is placed is as dead A letter from John L Henry jr says baum San Luis Hey Cal For sale by the doctrine of intrinsic value He will in ita eOcct A R Fisher Cloverport Ky nnd thoir costly and sparkling champagne ho has arrived at his destination is r not attempt it As I anticipated he did drunk at theso feasts and iudee vou upon tho commercial value of tho class and has secured employment Letwell Kiucheloo Hoard Hnrdlnsburg Ky us of objects to which it belongs as if it wero not ovon mako an attempt at answering all follow him with our best wishes and Ho now admits that ho was not whether theso conventions are held in buried in tho bottom of the ocean me A Modest Keauest tho interest of the people And to think PROPItlETORS Second The stamps of tho govern- Â¬ earnest prayers to an all wiso Father to using tlio phraso intrinsic valuo in the Wlint do you wnnt R P S would write in support of what ments sho asked of guard and guido him aright making him of tho world placed upon gold senso of intrinsic value Ho says I the tramp who had made his way around honest into monoy give it probably 05 per cent a worthy citizen in his adopted home knew that the word intrinsic was objec- Â¬ such legalized robbers call to tho kitchen door money is a pity indeed A number of ladies dined with Mrs of its value tionable If tho demand for gold for Then why did io in his Nothln much maam RATES ho replied Th irostcentratlj located God surely had It P Ss and tin bank Â¬ monoy John Wimp Inst Tuesday It goes with- Â¬ articlo of February 0 after quoting a purposes in tho United States is EVA 2V PCH OAY Hotel In tho citu with a politenebs that awakened her susnumber of authorities to provo that ers honest money system in mind equal to 12 per cent of the total demand out saying that n delightful dny wn when he said Hath given forth upon as it probably is then tho stamp of our spent for Mrs Wimp lina tho happy fac- Â¬ picion money must liavo intrinsic value say Money I Wo dont givo I have also shown that where the usury and taken increase shall he then government gives to gold bullion 12 per ulty of beluga most charming nnd hos Â¬ tramps moneysuppose Ho shall not live ho hath done cent of its value live pitable hostess niakiug all who come money has intrinsic value as well as Nom I dont want money money value its purchasing power is not all theso abominations he shall surely He accuses mo of being dumb on this near her feel the delights of her person Well we have no victuals except for die his blood shall bo upon him ality effected by an indefinite issue question but his accusation is falso I A dinner and they aint dono yet Ez 18 13 writer should uso the proper words to said in my article of January 23 that The Bay View reading circle will I dont oven ask for none of ycr dinAgain Thou hast taken usury and convey his intended meaning were gold universally demonetized by meet with Mrs R M Jolly again next Tho vji-irz55-yii5- rner maam All I want Is some dry increase and thou hast greedily gained the nations of the world both i v5x pSint I here make is RlS has aban- Â¬ the coin- Friday afternoon at 2 oclock All aro bread jes dry bread of thy neighbors by extortion and hast theory-- of intrinsic valuo doned tho ed and the uncoined gold would bo a urged to bo present as tho required read It Sho was touched Ez 2212 forgotten me saith the Lord JOHNSON is to his credit that ho has bo it said comparatively worthless metal fit only ings for tho year are drawing to a close tP MANAOCR Poor man I bIio exclaimed Hero But tho political bosses who control to plug decayed teeth and T T Q fnlraa avnantlnna 4n mil niuia ornament and wo want to contlnuu the interest in tho two old twin frauds say It is tho fools Ill givo you a piece of pie anyhow Ho himself is tho silent party the work as far ns is practicable even rAXt tfon from tlio North British Review that best bauklng system the world ever Noni I druther hev tlio dry bread Metallic coin while acting as money is He nover met my argument proving that after tho regularly ussigucd work by tho Do you like it V saw and tho glib little partisans every- Â¬ gold Is identical with paper money in respect to I a useless metal Nice fellow lie General Assembly is discontinued ONLY CENTS No but yer see mo and tho rest of With to accuso a man being dumb in regard to being destitute of intrinsic value and where parrot like report the lie Miss Ella Schlndlers school will close the boys hcz hustled nroun till wovo to show my dishonesty he adds this tho average gold bug and old party wor his goldbug arguments I next Wednesday the 5th She has ar Â¬ got n turkey an some celery an some A Book clause from the Review following the shiper the word of God is not to be con- Â¬ Third A legal tender is that by the ranged a pretty llttlo program for tho cranberry sauce an somo plum puddin sidered if it clash ft i tli the wise say Â¬ presentation one I quoted With this single differ- Â¬ of which I can compel my closing exercises aud will glvo rewards an all we want now is jes the dry bread political leaders ence that when it is desired to repro- Â¬ ings of tho great creditor to release me of debt to thoso most deserving Mhs Ella lias ter make the stullln of j Tho Professor proposes to accept Je von duce that intrinsic value tho sovereign Fourth Put this question in English given satisfaction asatcachpr iu this her Walker Perry or BlacLeod on intrinsic and I will can be instantly turned into bullion answer it Standard of first school and wo feel proud of her A new theory in the treatment of Ho thinks ho has turned tho quotation yalue if I will accept them on definitions value and store of value aro pompous ability and wish her every possible suc Â¬ coughs lung nnd bronchlnl affections lias and functions of money That is to pay phrases against mo But I stand by my first pro- with which to make tho ignorant cess in her chosen vocation beon advanced by the manufacturers of It la a book for everybody who de- Â¬ position When coin is converted into if I will accept them where they are stare but they mean nothing 4 sires to know the facts about fiance School closed Friday with a picnic for Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey It is truly a wrong ho will accept them where they bullion it ceases to bo money Fifth Silver certificates are receivable All dealers sell To Double wonderful remedy Â¬ the Sales we Take and currency The Professors quotation as he gives aro right No sir I will accept no for taxes customs and public dues and the children which they enjoyed huge it on a posltivo guarantee For salo ly Miss Drury had provided a swin false theory however high In authority Metal- Â¬ the Short Road Prices clos- Â¬ IF VOU WANT TO KNOW It in full might be put this way for this reason and by the consent of the Dr Haynes Cloverport and with croquet hammock plenty of by Short the advocate of that theory may be held lic money while acting as coin is iden- Â¬ All About Gold people they circulate as monoy er than ever Marvellous M Meyer McDauiels good things to eat and drink tho day R 11 McMullin tical with paper money in respect of to bo It may be consistant with R P Sa Sixth Certainly Universal cuAtom and There is no Co Bums A Taylor Rosetta W E values ILBiL3D being destitute of intrinsic value with principles to compromise with error but consont may liayo the force of law and will bo long remembered by tho little Brown Irvington Ky A A Richard- Â¬ Quicker way than folks with pleasuro and a loving thought II YOU WANT TO KNOW this single difference that when it is it is not with mine theso in post have sufficed for It P B has glvon some quotations In re- Â¬ selection timesmedium of exchango tho given the teacher who so pleasantly son Gai field Ky A It Morris Big that converted into bullion and is not money of a All About Silver gard to colonial money showing that it catered to their numerous demands up- Â¬ Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen at all then of course it is not identical of this or OUR PRICES NOTE Seventh Were tho people Co deano Ky P Sherron Bros on her time and patience depreciated in comparison to English with paper money any other nation by universal consent 10 pes Crash a good thing for the price Kirk Kv Horace Scott Hardinsburg I can not note all tho Professors in- Â¬ money and concjudes that therefore it which would have the foico of law to II VOU WANT TO KNOW only c worth anywhere 5c Ky Two Lives Saved congruities and absurdities but 1 will was not good money adopt any sign or token to perform the One lot of wool filling Challie nice Mrs Ph who ThOmus of Junction City Lot me noto ono or two of them Ho office All About Currency HENS AND COWS note this one which shows that ho is and function of monoy statute lans patterns and good quality worth 20c to III was told by her doctors she had quotes Prof Sumner as follows on Penn- Â¬ making mighty slow progress in the creating money could bo repealed and 1ruflt of Each go quick at 10c Consumption and that there was no hopo Direful ltittlnmten of the Tho riso of exchange study of the money question Let the sylvania money we could still have money IttHiilt III 1iuor or tho lien One case more of those flno French II VOU WANT TO KNOW on London was first 1C0 100 later 180 or lor her but two bottles of Dr Kings government stop redeeming greenbacks Sho will Ginghams deslrablo patterns at only 7o 30 A good cow will cos But what is tho uso of asking irrele- Â¬ 100 100 Now Discovery completely cured her And he straightway Jumps to and silver in gold and you will see that vant questions not pertinent to tho What Causes the nvernfro during tho year about two galtheso goods aro worth 12 the silvers exchange valuo is CO cents the conclusionI that Pennsylvania money issue We are living in 1805 not in the and sho says it saved hcrlife Mr Thos lons of milk per day and about fivo 12 pes Cotton Challles assorted pat Hard Times Eggers 13 Florida St San Francisco was no good What logic I But it is and tho legal teuder valuo is 100 cents pounds of bnttcr per week Two gallons terns at the unheard of prlco of Vc goods days of Socrates Plato Confucius or suffered from n dreadful cold opproach the logic of all gold bugs with them Well then what is to keep us from por day for 305 days would bo 730 gal Melchizedek ing Conbumptiou tried without result lons per year which nt 25 cents per are worth 10c seeing that result now for tho govern- Â¬ everything must bo measured by tho The Professor will find my quotation 20 doz ladies ribbed VcbU at 5c It is a book for tho people and will English standard over thing else then bought ono bottle gallon The Professor is ment is not redeeming silver dollars in would bo U0per yoarfor milk from the Supremo in 12 Wallace Su Â¬ 10 givo them more correct information at7Jc of Dr Kings Now Dibcovcry and in two keeping up his parity of reasoning gold Whoever heard of the govern- Â¬ Fivo pounds of butter per wook for 53 premo Court Reports 00 pes of Iloosier Cotton left you can about weeks was cured He Is naturally thank- Â¬ weckn would bo 200 pounds per yoar bettor than the Cleveland odminlstraton ments redeeming silver dollars in gold Does ho think he will be ablo to give ful It Is such results of which theso which ut 20 cents per pound would bo come and get it as long as it lasts at old is keeping up tho parity of tho so Where did RPSget his information us a reply to this by July 4 are samples that prove tho wonderful f 52 per yoar for butter Tho cow would price 3c Our mouey to Neither is there any law on the statute called precious metals Ono case of ladies black Seamless Hoso efficacy of this medicine in Coughs and raiho n calf which ut weaning timo be good must be on a parity with Eng Â¬ books of tho United States to day re- Â¬ und Colds A Good Appetite Freo trial bottles at A R Fish Â¬ would bo worth about if 10 So that tho only 10c per pair or 3 pair for 25c great- Â¬ quiring tho redemption of greenbacks in lish money dontcher know receipts from the cow would amount to est valuo wo ever had The ProfeBor has set out to demolish Always accompanies good health and an ers Drug store Regular slzo 50c and gold There Is no law for tho gold re- Â¬ 208 from which must bo Bubtraotod A ladles slip- Â¬ We Etlll havo all sizes 100 That reserve was collected into irredeemable paper money and here is absence of appetlto is an indication of tho ospouso of keeping which would bo per patent tip all solid nico goods at Than will be found in any book on serve how he does it Quoting from that same something wrong The loss of a ration- Â¬ A Merry Birthday Celebration n week or 52 per yoar Wo only 50c abont tho treasury by John Sherman without political economy per pair authority of law and tho Democrats Sumner on Massachusetts money he al desire for food is soon followed by lack As we approached the residence of then linvu 150 profit from our 50 inIt is bo plain and simple that any ono Seo our assortment of ladies slippers at 1700 exchango on London 135 of strength for when tho supply of fuol vestment in tlio cow R M Jolly on the evening of the 20th have beon worshiping that illegitimate says In The greatest values wo can easily understand it 75c and 100 Wo will now invest 50 in chickens per cent 1640 ho meant 1740 1100 per is cut off the flro burns low The system tilt tho sound of an enchantress seemed offspring of Shermans ever since It is a book for the business mil ami for this amount can bu bought 100 over ollered The Professor accuses mo of being cent Later Massachusetts redeemed her gets into a low state and is liable to se to be abroad wafting us into tho realms go j 1 hens The ii virago i g pioductlou Ono more lot of those nice suits worth the professional man the farmer So this colonial money vero attacks of disease Tlte universal of Fairyland paper at 111 Lights of incadesreut of n hen is about 125 per yuir Wo then Yet dishonest in my investigations 9 to sell them quicker we oflbr them at nnd the Inboring man It was writ Â¬ redeemable script after all testimony given by thoso who have used lines flashed and scintillated as thoy havo iroin 100 lain 135l0 oggn or from investigation and study I have turns out to bo ten in tho interest of each of them ft A good Cottonade Pant at 10c his owu kind of money not mine He Hoods Sarsaparilla as to its great merits swayed in the breeze Tlio perfumes of lOUJj dotal reached the conclusion that money ejsi pir jenr which nt Our 08c shoo for Genta Lnce or Con Whether Republican Democrat in sectoring and sharpening tho appetlto Araby tho Blest seemed pulsing all an nvcriigoof 17 tunta pur dozen would gress you will not duplicate anywhere gjj should at all tiinea have the same pur Â¬ or Populist every man who votes IT PILLS THE HILE Pollet in promoting healthy action of thedlges tho vibrant air and tho ilnplu of child Â¬ ho 018325 Ivieh hun wil rniso on an for twice the money chasing and the same debt paying power doo of Dr riercoV Pleasant should read it so that the debtor shall pay what he Sick Headache DlsxlneM Conciliation Iu tlvo organs and as a purifier of the blood ish laughter lloated out from the rose average ton chiukoua per your which Carpets and Oil Cloths at lowest prices constitutes the strongest recommenda wreathed vista boyoud Sutli wai the will mako 1000 chicLsi raised from 100 This is dJgeaUon IMIioua Attacks and all teruge agreed to pay and no more IIB SUIIK TO CAM OR A big line of Straw AJattingu at 10 10 hens mid nt 10 weeks old will bo worth menta of tba Urer ttonmch and bowel ore tion that can bo urged for any rnodlcino scene to the passer by tho realistic be Â¬ 35 cents each or 250 or the 1000 20 and 20c what I conceive to be a just financial promptly and permanently cured IT WILL SBNDKOHtr Â¬ Those who have never used Hoods Sar- ing a birthday feto for tho eldest daugh Â¬ chicks this added tu the 18335 for COST YOU JObTlAIU system It robs neither debtor nor OUn Eqtton WamaH Co If Va A bright N O sugar 30 lbs for a Silver H VniRCJt m u uumuo w xi saparilla should surely do so this season ter of tho house Nannie Leo a win Â¬ egg nnd wo havo 13335 from which creditor dollar Dear air Too yetn ao i was yn bhu emaciated food w some maiden of ten summers subtract tliu expense of keepiug whioh But money constantly inertatlng in Your patronage will bo appreciated tnented la ray atoraaeu will amount to 75 per your for tho 100 Dainty and unique cards of Invitation rchaslng power is unjust money jt a psyMown The Great Bargain Store ed tnreaae 13j cents each for tho 1000 Half Sate on Sundays had been issued tu about fifty friends hens and feba the debtor for the benefit of the the BtotBae Jno D Babbage chicks ton woeks would bo 125 or a oould aot ban uc Â¬ Taking effect May 20th the Louisville and at 7 p ni a merry party of juvenil Such a money system is an oredltor lived a month without total oxpenso of f 200 por year whioh CLOVERPORT KY Let me old food aad when I St Louis Texas Railway will sell on ity representing Irviugton and surround Â¬ taken from tho gross income will leave unjuat and dishonest system tried to eat I would every Sunday round trip tickets between ing country assembled to do honor to illustrate the workings of iueh a system vomit At tbtn tUna I 333 profit which leaves a balance of WAFERS Uktaa- - uoetor all Its stations on main line at one faro the occasion BRANDENBURG KY PE NNYROVAL Umler our present monetary system the 00 lu favor of our 50 Investment In A iwMa moBlUj nwHitwi tar U a FleuaBt Pol lO fWXOW fA4 rwUlM ttMMt Â¬ two weeka for the round trip good and is Tho yard and front veranda wero light Tickets are hens unit of money Is now and has Uen for wm deeidedly better Id AABM dr lllllll Maw iut kf mnt ed up with Japanese lantern lending a more than twenty five yean iocreasjug in m g eea only on date of saU good returulngsaino ratafc b bow Do you want window shades We New line of ladles belt buckles as nNUM vwaMamm MUM AKOOMH value at the rate of 2 per ceiat per an Â¬ MM bmmm I day This gives everyone an opportun- Â¬ beautiful weird light to the festive sorted colore at Babbagea for 15 cents havo somo that are slightly soiled They ammf M Nf Let tM take a debt of 1000 run Â¬ hare better eater eat more and bave bo ity to visit one of the large citied or spend scene whilst the beautiful floral oTorluga ofltteL jraMmlilltnlii are mouuted an spring roller num The iHitrui aner best linen cloth we are closing then of five yearn payable pound alooe Ieatier evnT Minee tameeB a day with their friends along the line brought by tho little lassies filled the each begin ning over a period W Youm trulr MAKX -- JiUUJHH out for 50 and 75 cenU a pair formerly For Further information pall on agenU air with their delicious perumo at lb rate of 1200 per year Interest at Cry for wtnt from 50 to 1100 A rare bargain ForsalebyOHASOMArlTIN Ttt Hn it Siim j tiileteii TtriMlt luliri per annum and II O Momwb A G P A Mm Jolly not being entirely recovered or addrea the raU of 8 per cent Now la your opportunity so take advan Â¬ rrutitdStwuUt Louiaviltt Ky from a recent fractured bone in ankle tage we have Ji D Bamuok CUtVKRrOKT u t J H A First payment Interest 8 per cent Appreciation 2J per cent 200 00 60 00 7 00 Â¬ Â¬ Springs the day 150 Tar Now open and ready for guests First class accomodations Â¬ Rates the week 800 lleduccd Rates all Railroads Â¬ This first class summer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sort now in good repair with good hotel accomodations If you want spend the summer or a week or a day there no more lovely spot on earth than this while away the hot mer months All we ask a visit m m Â¬ Saturday June 22 1895 be a Pic nic and Ball at There night Fine music and plenty ments Everybody invited -- Richardson Board Â¬ UfcVV wwtwvtwiv IT ZF Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mmms Tsl 5 Iouisyille Ky m q Way You See Its This ta Remarkable Weve More Financial School Steam On IT COINS 10 KEjftID 10 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEAD IT Gold Silver Currency 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Only 25 Cents KTM ft5 Geo Yeakel Go -- Window Shades teTl3e 1 Â¬ Children m IF I Pltchtrs Castorla - ii2i2 sWWWBMMhM idiWtlMilllli jrilUDiiQiUOWlMmillWlWWWl THR BROKRNmDGH Tiifeiut nro some goldbug excuse us HARDINSBURG For sound money men in Meado Jae D T 0 Baobage Edltori aid Proptletn Instance thero is Jns W Lewis at Bran W TIME TABLE L H denburg J W Hardin at Dig Spring oomo wiit Uryon Withers at Muldiaugh and Sam WEDNESDAY Juno 12 1895 Itandall at Qrahampton all splendid fel- Passenger Dally arr Ilardlnsburgl3ll pm UOIHU T lows and good Dcniocratsbut uncompro Â¬ a Tat la Adeance Babsortptlon Pile 1100 mising in their views on the money Passenger Dally arr Hardinsburg 740 a in If Paid at the End of the Tear 1125 question They wouldnt support a free To Tho Republican of Breckenridge sllvor man even tho ho be tho nominee Now peas and beans County Tho rain was very heavy last week In Next Saturday tho Democrats will tho back districts Subject to the decision of the Republican Contention I offer myself a candidate for the hold district meetings to sond delegates Strictly cash or Its equlvelant is my the Republicans office of Representative If Â¬ deilre me to represent thli to Hardinsburg on tho 18 where dele- rule T C I ewis of Breckenridge county In the next Legislature I will hold gates are to be chosen to the Stato Dem- Â¬ was Mr Minor Payne Bewleyvillo myself under obligations to Ihem for the honor ocratic convention on tho 25 Iu all and will try to All the office If elected with hero lftH Saturday myself and the people of my matlvo theso meetings tho News counsels har Â¬ credit to Miss Lizzie Smith returned lost Moncounty mony among thoso Democrats who shall Respectfully participate In tho meetings Heretofore day from Glcndeunc CIIAS DLANFORD Miss Mary Board Is visiting Miss Lucy the will of the majority in all such meet Â¬ ings has been allowed to prevail and Frank near Irvlngton now of course there is more need for it Miss Nannlo Murray is visiting her than ever before sister Mrs M II Beard the precinct meetings next Attend Mrs Clint Hook is the guest of friends Saturday Democratic Stato Convention and relatives at Louisa Ky Following is tho call for tho DemocratMies Fannie and Mary Smith aro at A politician always hedges a states Â¬ ic State convention from College at Midway man never Uesolvcd that on June 15 thoro be home The court house yaul furnishes the held at eaoli voting precinct at tho reg Wheat harvest will bo in full blast in ular voting place In each county and leg- Â¬ most delightful shaiu in the county this section next week Judge A Ills daughters Misses Willa islative district a convention of tho voters thereof at 2 oclock p in to select del and I m ma are visiting in Clovcrport That little old log cabin not so much egates to a county or legislative district Mrs Blanche Mosely is visiting her as a splinter of it will bo left in Novemconvention to be held at the county seat friend MissTwyman at Hodgensville ber except that in counties or cities composed Miss Betllo Hnswell is visiting her of moro than ono legislative district the A car load of now wheat sold in St delegates shall meet at some place to be grand mother Mrs Schuil at Owensboro Misses Allio and Julius Witt are at Louis last Saturday at 3 cents per designated by tho respective legislative Big bushel Monday Juno 17 at 2 homo from a visit to relatives near committees on Spring oclock p m and at said county and dis Â¬ Mr Wilbur Haswell of Topeka Kan Father Nelhaus is enjoying his new trict conventions delegates shall be choshome at Flaherty Ho lias charge of a en to represent said counties and said pas is with his mother Airs Fannie splendid church and a good people Ho legislotio districts in a Stato convention Haswell is just as popular thero as lie was here to be hold on Tuesday June 25 at 12 Mrs Owen Cunningham and children EveryboJy likes him and speak well of oclock havo been on a visit to her old home the him Tho basis of representation on the past week part of each precinct to said county and Miss Ola McGill who has been ill for There will bo lively times at Hranden legislative districts shall bo ono delegate some time Is in Louisville for medical burg next Monday An old fashioned for every 200 votes and each fraction treatment Democratic mass convention will be held over 100 votes for the Democratic elect- Â¬ Mrs Phil Weatherford of Now Al- Â¬ to nominate a candidate for tho Legisla Â¬ ors at the Presidential election in 1892 bany Is isitlng her mother Mrs Mol ture It is expected that thero will be provided however that such counties as He Pulliam GOO Democrats present cast 100 votes or lees for said electors Little Harry Ejston of New Albany shall bo entitled to ono delegate is visiting his grand mother Mrs Mollie Hon It has been reported that the 11Y THE Pulliam RULES ADOPTED Chas Maiiford is for free silver at 10 to SU1TLKMKNTAU STATE EECUTIE COMMITTEE 1 friends deny Somo of Mr Wanfords Mrs Amanda Smith and her daughter MARCH 30 1895 How do you stand Mr Miss Adcl have returned from a visit to the report adopted by the The rules heretoforo lllanford The columns of tho News Stephensport as are at your service to set yourself right State Executive Committee in So far to holding precinct meetings htMrs D S Richardson Union Star they apply on this question mauo a snort vim 10 ner uaugiuer mre on June 15 1S5 aro amended as follows Percy Beard last week viz Tim little town of Flaherty in Meado Arch Goodman and Herbert Beard are Tho voters now residing wilhiu tho county is one of the 11 vest towns in that bouuderies of the several voting precincts going to Indiana to tako n contract to couuty The people have a way of their as thoy were fixed and located at tho grado ten miles of railroad own aro full of fun and havo a good election held in 18W will as Mrs J T Baker is with her mother titno Undo Mike Flaherty is u whole November semble at the places at which tho elect- Â¬ Mrs II 0 Morton who has been very souled generous good fellow and keeps was held in said precinct in Novem Â¬ ill for moro than u week open house to his friends When a man ion ber 1895 and select delegates as hereto- Â¬ Miss Irene Board who has been in visits him once he wants to go back Change made in precinct Logan College at Iiliwillville tho past foro directed again lines since tho November election 189J year Is at homo fot vacation by tho creation of new products or the Mrs Anion Kinehcloc returned last The Chicago Daily Coin is a now daily alteration of old ones will bo ignored in Sunday from a wei ko it it lo her mother paper just started at Chicago in tho inholding these precinct meetings terest of free silver It is edited by W By order of the State Executive Com- Â¬ Mrs T B Henderson Webster 11 Harvey author of Coins Financial mittee Mrs Emma Waldo who has been in School It has for its motto the follow- Â¬ Evansvillo all winter is with her sister IN OTiM OP EACH PHECIXCT Tho American people must learn DELIUATE ing Mrs Sim McGary for the summer COUNTY 1IRECKENRIDOK Sub- Â¬ tho lesson of money or bo lost Tho best coffee sugar molasses bacon scription price 2o0 a year or 150 for Hardinsburg Precinct No lard salt Hour and meal and a full lino six mouths of family groceries at T C Lewis Miss Annie L Gardiner came homo 1 1 The News spent six days in Meade Clovcrport last Saturday from Barhoursvillo whore ii ii ii last week with the candidates It was she has been teaching the post year ii ii ii 4 botli a pleasant and profitable trip Was Mrs Morris Eskrldge and Miss Lizzio 2 Union Star never treated better in our lives nor have icturncd fiom a pleasant visit to 2 never havo wo met a more kind hospit Mooloyville relatives in Ixmisville and Owensboro 2 Wo love the people of Stephensport able people 2 Mrs W J Piggott leaves this week Meade They aro biir heartod generous Webster 1 for Mrs Ken Wathens near Irvington and kind and its a pleasure to bo with Bewleyvillo 2 w here she will remain for several months Custer them 1 Hudsonville Miss Mittie Breeding who has been t visiting at Vino Grovo for some time There is a nip and tuck raco for tho KockValo 2 Legislature now on in Meado county McDaniels came homo sick last Friday but is imHardin and Thompson aro iu tho saddle proving - m Total and no man can tell which will como out Itov Hawrs presiding elder of tho M winner They aro making a whipping E church held his quarterly meeting at Democratic Candidates race but doing it in a decent open man Tho following is a list of candidate Wesley Chapel near lure Saturday and ly way They are both fino fellows popto the action of tho Democratic Suuday last ular witli tho people anil running on subject Miss Mary Bow in rs friends expected Stato Convention to be held at Louistheir individual merits Heros to tho her homo last Saturday hut she disap Â¬ ville on Juno 25th winner pointed them by stopping off at CincinlOVEUNOR nati for a visit C M Clay Jr Bourbon couuty The homo is the crystal of society the Mrs It PShackhtt gavo a delightful of national character and from P W Hardin Mercor county nucleus entertainment to somo children at her M C Alford Fayette county that sourco bo it pure or tainted issue homo in this place Tho occasion was tho habits principles and maxims which IIELT GOVERNOR the birthday of her little daughter It TTyler Hickman county govern public as well as private life Go to Julian Brown for your Hour M D Brown Christian county tho nation comes from the nursery pub- Â¬ meal and shipstuff ho has bought by the Oscar Turner Louisville lic opiuion itself is for tho most part car load purchased w hen low and will BhCRtTARY OP STATE tho outgrowth of tho homo and tho beBt sell very cheap Sue him at Harued II S Hale Graves county philanthropy comes from tho fireside Ky and get prices Samuel Smiles John W Headley Louisville The new veranda just completed at J Stoddard Johnson Louisville tho parsonage of the M E church south Every box of dry goods eery box of O W Mctcalf Boll couuty adds greatly lo tho comfort as well as clothing every box of groceries every AUDITOR appearance of our pastors home and box of hardware every box of drugs and L O Norman Boone county must bo treated at once to a fresh coat every box of notions sent out from Lou- Â¬ TREASURER of paint A hint to tho wise is sufficient isville contains divers and sundry pam Â¬ W II Gardner Hardin county Misses Eva Ileusloy Annie DeJcr phlets showing up tho beauties of the J 0 Horudon Louisville uetto and Bessie Beard are tit home from single gold standard Was thero ever It 0 Ford Clay county MUs Potter College Bowling Green such an eflbrt on tho part of tho gold W C Kendall Morgan county Bessie who was ill durlug tho com- Â¬ bugs to carry their point It takes monoy ATTORNEY UENEIIAL mencement exercises was able to come to do all this Where does it como from W J Hendrlck Fleming county home with the other young ladies and is Whos doing it V HUPT OP PUIILIC INSTRUCTION steadily improving Ed Porter Thompson Owen county Prof Shackletta school closed lost The crops in tho upper end of Meade John 0 Hodges Fnyetto county Prof Hayes and Dugan Wednesday county aro in fine shape and tho farmers II K Taylor Louisville left for their home in Meade county up there will have money to throw at 0 W Fowler Montgomery eounly Tho examination for teachers certificates the birds when tho time comes for mar Â¬ COMMISSIONER OP AGRICULTURE was hold last Friday and Saturday The keting them Wheat corn and apples 1 B Nail Louisville examination this yearns unusually hard the principle products of that section 0 Y Wilson Metcalfo county and a number of the applicants were were nevor more promising Tho corn I S Trumbo Bath county not ablo to pass Prof Shacklett began crop is late but it is clean and in fine KEOISTER OP LAND OPPICE a Normal term this week ohupo for growing Tho apple crop alono G B Swango Wolfo county will bring thousands of dollars into that J J Glenn Hopkins county county Tho farmers of Meade are to bo M F Brlnkloy Rockcastle county congratulated It may bo a little hard U C L I Ufi I L sbouM uio It F Harrison Carroll county with them now but they certainly havo A P McCoy Greenup lino prospects uhead Â¬ Â¬ NE1WS QLQYKRPOET KY f v H Breckenridge News- HonGW Beard talked to tho Sunday STEPHENSPORT school lost Sunday morning on the com- Â¬ ing County Sunday School convention Mr Cotirllaml Pulliam returned from which Is to be held here tho iolh of Morgantonn last wtek July Mr Uf ard is president of tho pou Mr Wm Foster re I timed from Mor vention ami els a1 sural Unit the meeting will ben success Last year it gantown Inst Thursday Master Webb tlohrrtsonj of Louibville was held at Irvlngton whero thoso In attendance spent u most delightful day is visiting Master J Frank Biggs Jr Of course Hardinsburg will expect n Mr Holatid 8aiitii ahenderfthe Repub Â¬ large crowd aud all who come may ex Â¬ lican Convention iu Loulsvlllo last pect to bo entertained The object of week tho convention is to Increase tho interest Clarence rainier of Nashville Tenu In Sunday school work in all churches is hero visiting his Bister Mrs 0 0 Â¬ irrespective of denomination An enter- Lewis taining program will bo arranged for tho Hon William Minor of Holt has two occasion of the cleanest and finest fields of corn McCraekcus prhale car Katie has recently made ono or two trips over tho branch down to tho Falls of Bough car- Â¬ rying somo distinguished Loulsvlllo peoÂ¬ ple The Katie generally goes as a busi Â¬ ness car but on these two occasions eho was shoved out for fun Some of thoso aboard were Col Henry Watterson Al Itoeoll Emmett Logan tilla Cox Weislnger etc Of course they found abundanco of hospitality at tho Falls on tho account of Col L Green Just how much fun It took to run theso fellows down there with an occasional mixture of spring water would be hard to defin- Â¬ itely ascertain Tho Magistrates Courts in this county begin this month but tho manner in which thoy hayo been changed under tho new law makes them of no conse- Â¬ quence to speak of Not only tho time of holding but tho place in several pre- Â¬ cincts lias been changed and in such a way as to inconvenienco the people a g eat deal Ever since tho county has been established there has been a stated time and place for holding tho Magis- Â¬ trates Courts So well known were thoy that tho people looked to them as a time when thoy could meet socially and spend a few hours as well as to attend to any llttlo business they might havo to transact In this Bensc custom usage and the law made them important and they should not have boon changed The people now want them as they havo been held for tho last forty years The change as made at present discommodes a largo number Tho business for the Magistrate is practically cut off and tho people are put to 6tich inconvenience that they will waste no time at them unless forced to do so We think tho courts should be hold as they wore under tho old law as tho peoplo who attend uiueii better latlifled them would in the county Mr Georgo Driskoll of tho Texas camo up from Cloverport Friday evening tit Fine Goods bought Can be sold r v And we will do it Low Cheap - Im if Our Great Summer- Stock has been bought at a bargain and shall be sold at a bargain SIX PAGES to attend the church supper Sinking creek was on a regular tear last Wednesday morning on account of the heavy rains up tho creek Mr Â¬ J B Biggs who is now located at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 13 22 Â¬ Â¬ Petrio Ky camo home Saturday night to spend Sunday with his family Mr J A Heston of Holt leaves short Â¬ ly to locate in business at McDaniels ho will bo succeeded by a Mr Brooks of FOR Henderson Mr and Mrs L B Helm and little grandson B Helm Vaughn wont to Ir- Â¬ vlngton Sunday to attend tho protracted meeting being held by tho Baptists Tho Ladles of tho Baptist church of Stephensport gave and Ice Cream sup- Â¬ per Friday evening tho 7th instant and although the night was a trifle cool they im- Â¬ realized tho sum of 2020 in tho clear Look at your Fire Insuranco policy and notlco the date it expires and when you flndout wrijo to R Vr Vaughn Stand- Â¬ agent Stephensport Ky to como and wrlto you up in one of his good lino of old companies After having completed their work for the present at this place A M Harrell and his body of able assistants left for Cloverport The bridge gang will bo very much missed as they were such an rderly set of gentleman - Mr L D Addison of tho energetic firm of Addisson and Dick Ky has about ECONOMY i completed ono of handsomest brick stores in Breckonridgo county for a coutry store In the construction of this building it took fifteen car loads of brick six car is loads of lumber one car load lime and cement six car loads sand cost upwards 3000 and to cap tho climax the front will be almost of solid glass Thosizo 8100 Reward 100 of this building isfortyfivo feet wldo and The leaders of this paper will bo and niutey feet long pleased to learn that thero is at least one dreaded disease that science has been Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is differen able to cure In all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho from all other cough remedies It cures only positive cure now known to the by allaying the inflammation and giving medical fraternity Catarrli being a tone strength vigor and vitality to tho constitutional disease requires a con- Â¬ respiratory organs Guaranteed aud for Ilaynes Cloverport stitutional treatment Halls Citarrh sale by Short M Cure is taken internally acting directly Di R 11 McMullin McDaniels Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta Meyer upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying the W E Brown Irvlngton Ky A A of the disease and giving the Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris foundation patient strength by building up tho con- Â¬ Big SpringKy W C Moorman Glen Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg stitution and assisting naturo in doing its deane Ky P Sherron Bros Co Kirk Findln lost lines and Will attenu to any business in tue line oi surveying work Tho proprietors havo so much Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg Ky Correspondence in regard to any boundaries of lands lying in corners a specialty faith in its curativo powers that they Also a Notary Public and can tako tho acknow Breckenridge county solicited offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any caeo ladrromnnta nf ilffxln nt tlmn nf ntirvnvihc if nnrtipR tlnsira it HOLT Address at Hardinsburg Ky that it fails to cure Send for list of f Testimonials Mrs W E Minor was ill sovoral days CO Address To Â¬ F J CHENEY last week ledo 0 CQTSold by Druggists 75c Mr Georgo Unser of Owensboro was Republican State Ticket Iu town Sunday Tho following ticket was nominated Miss Allio Greenwood is confined to IRVINGTON KY by the Itepublican Stato Convention her bed with la grippe DEALER IN hold at Louisville Miss Minnie Boultinghouso returned ran uoveunor homo from Toblnsport Saturday William 0 Bradley of Lancaster Miss Maxie Bandy lias boon engaged 01t I IEUTENANT tlOVEUNOK to teach the Persimmon Flat school next Win J Worthington of Greouup gUMMER FABRICS TT Weather Wear To arrive this week an mense line New Novelties as well as all the Leading ard Grades l-- Come in and learn what PLEASURE SATISFACTION and in trading with There VEST - CHINTZ EOYALTY v COUNTY SUEYETOE jf T N McGLOTHLAN 101 Samuel 11 STATE AUDITOR Â¬ Â¬ Stone of Richmond JOR STATU TRKA8URER Â¬ George W Long of Lcitchfield hOIt SLCItETAItV FOR ATTORNEY FOR SUPERINTKNllKNT OF STATU OENKBAL OP lUIIIIC IN8TRU0 Â¬ Charles Finley of Whitley W S Taylor of Montgomery TIOV W C J DaUdson of Somerset of Fayette Of AURIIUITURE FIRST DlbTCKT ItEllSTEK LAM OFFICE 0 Itoynolds COMMISSIONER Lucas Moore of Marlon RAILROAD RAILROAD COMMISSIONER COMMISSIONER Jerry Porter of Hickman StCOND DISTRICT II S Irwin of Jefferson A log cabin was substituted for tho esglo as the party device Brandenburg Business College Summer session opons June 21th and continues three months Terms 55 per month Success guaran Â¬ teed in three months Bookkeeping Telegraphy and Shorthand and Type Â¬ writing Write at once for circulars 0 M NEVITT lrin Brandenburg Ky We nifwr jou to the editor of this paper roriiDjraxiijaDs NOTICE Tim Hon Josiali Patterson will speak at Owensboro to day Wednesday in the Interest of tho goldbugs Joshua Towers and others Tho Hon W J Bryan Tho Young Man Eloquent wilt speak there Friday in the interest of sound monoy both gold and silver and tho If you can spare tho masse in gonera time and money go down and hear these gentlemen discuss this great question If you have only time and money to spare to hear ono of these great orators give tho preference to Mr Bryan Ho will enlighten you on tho sido that you do not hear dicused every day Uryan la a great man and a great orator Strayed or stolen on tho 14th day of May 1895 four Chester white brood sows and two Poland China gilts weights of former about 105 pounds each and the latter about 00 pounds Largest sow marked in left ear ono has point bitten off right car others not marked A reasonable reward will be given anyono forinformatlon locating thorn B A Parks Clifton Mills Ky NOTICE have an excellent horse 7 rear of age In good condition and will work anywhere Will trade lime for one good yoke of cattle1 Address OWKN SBATON FEMALE REGULATOR Gentlemen Mr Will 4Sklllman has had soro eyes for years He has tried many doctors and remedies and lias always failed to get relief until wo sold him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvp which cured him Inside of one week Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey sells well and cures Respectfully M Meyer Co January 10 1893 Bums Ky Sutherlands Eaglo Eye Salvo has done a great deal moro for mo than can bo W II Skilluan told by pen Bubab Ky j IT IS A SUPCRB TONIG ond exctts n wonderful influence hi strengthening her system by driving through the proper chan Â¬ nel nil impurities Health and strenotli arc Guaranteed to result Notice Republican County Committeemen you are hereby notified to meet at Har dlusburg the 3rd Monday in June June 17th to select time aud maimer of nam Â¬ ing your candidate for the Legislature November election 16t5 from Its use bedridden for eighteen nealhe alter uetng HltADFIKLUtt KEMALK WOO LATOlt for two month la ret Una wU J M JOHNSON WIvi Arfc My wife was Frank 1IavkllC B 0 0 I ROYAL UighMt BRmmB I Aiatuogiy Ky KEeuUTOK CO M Vr all BwfcUt at 1 10 ft UrTi 1 tragik Baking Powder of mil l 1ymlms il J D Cockrell Toblnsport was the guest of Mrs J II Weatherholt Fri day W A Smith was in Louisville lost week attending tho Republican Con vention Miss Annie Ball of Hardinsburg is spending tho summer with her sister Mrs James Tinius Miss Ella Mil of Hardinsburg has been visiting relatives in this vicinity the past two weeks At the school election Juno 1 Mr Jake Miller was elected trustee by a handsome majority Mr Robert Ball of Hardinsburg visit- Â¬ ed his sister Mrs James Tinius at this place a few days last week Ernest Blake and Walter King of Persimmon Flat were hero Suuday cir- Â¬ culating among our pretty girls Tho pension of JtS3o H Weatherholt has been reduced four dollars on tho month iustead of befog increased Misses Lula and Grace Tate Nannie Russell and Daisy Cox Messrs Itafe and Horace Cox of Toblnsport were in town Sunday 7Born JuneRh to tho wife of Jake Miller twin boj s Oh but Jake la all Emiles and the bos say he doesnt limp much now Mrs Annie Moorman and two children Misses Luolla and Kjlma Burdett of Illtos Run were guests of Mrs Moorr mans parents Saturday Mr Charlie Unser and sister Miss Carrie of Owensboro came up Sunday to spend the summer with their grand pu rents Mr and Mrs Charles Tinius There was some llttlo difficulty arose in tho Sundny School some few weeks ago concerning some of tho officers but I hopo it has been settled on good terms before this Messrs Addison Dicks new store Â¬ house will tie a beauty when completed They expect to have it ready to move into about July 10 They will have an all day picnic and a big ball at night July 4 the proceeds to go towards build Â¬ ing a new church for any or all daom nations It nutters not what kind of a day it may tie rain or thine hot or cold you will enjoy yourself if you eome to Aeldjgon July 4 The manager will Pre no paina to make it one of the fall Mrs Furniture Undertaker SUPPLIES A new Hearse has just been received for the use of the Public get your You need not go any further than Irvington to FURNITURE and Undertakers Supplies I am also the agent for the Walter A Wood Celebrated MOWER BINDER T N McGLOTHLAN Irvington Ky DO YOU WANUO STOP TOBACCO grandest affairs of tho season There will bo cheap rates on all trains which will bring you right to the place you can also reach the place by water or over VoiiChii lie Cured While Illug IC one of the best public roads in tho coun- Â¬ The habit of using tobaoao on a roan ty Watch for the big advertisements until grre diseased conditions grows produced are Hit Last Trip Geo Pirtle brakeman on tho local freight on tho Texas fell between two cars near Louisville Monday and was cut all to pieces Mr Pirtlo was about twenty five years old and lived near Hawes Valley in Hardin county The QUIT BEFOBK IT IS TOO LATE sad pait about this young mans death is that he was making his last trip and To quit suddenly Is too severe a shock to the was on his way horno to marry his sweet Â¬ system ts tobao o to an Ureterals user be comes a ttlmulenr that bit system continually heart lie aaid when he left Henderson ee JJAOOCUHO Ii a clenlllleand re- it was his las trip and so it proved to be erf vegetable remedy guaranteed to be per Â¬ name Â¬ Tobacco causes cancer of the mouth and atom chj dyspepsia loas of memory nerrom affec Â¬ tions congestion oi the retina and wasting of the optlo nerre resulting In Impairment of vision even to the extent of blindness dlsil ntis or Terllicoi ohaeeo asthma nightly soffo eatloni dull pain In region of the heart follow ed later by sharp pains palpitation and weakened pnlse resulting in fatal heart die ease It also causes loss of vitality i An Old Sara Thero sfiudaori the farm of Dr Bon Harned near Hudson this county a log bam that was built in 1824 by Itebtltew tner the grand father ot Wis II Bow mer who then owned the arm There la a threefalng floor thirty feet square floored with heavy oak plank for tramp ing wheat It ia stutalued by a a go poll in the eenter Ask George Harned if he baa any recollection of turning wheat fan ia this barn -- and gutrauletl or sat Ulreet upon reeeTpt ladv to Seatl elx twe eeat om fur sample Mr Introduce to nuttsian tunou taoUiiatr MkiatMdfffttAfcfw Mureka CItaaJeat Oo and bowel rstuedy writ Floyd faaale Kelp Professional nurse or married Wasted nufi dlppers YOU UAN USE ALL TUB TOBACCO Ynn WANT WHILK TAKINd BAC0 0UR0 IT WILL NOTIFY YOU WHKN TO STOP WKOIVJ8 A WRITTKN UUARANTBB la permaneatljr car any ease with three Uxee or refund the mosey with 10 per sent I UACO CURO not a Hbetltate bJ relUble and sure whleh aWluUly destroys tie waving for tobaeeo wltbwt the aid of will power and with no laewsTcttlaswea It eTM the system at pur and free froea uUetlae a the dy you Use year Ire efeew or smoke Sold by all drugjjtete at 1M par boxibw fectly harmless and which bai beea In use for the last ii years harlng mred thousand of babltuat tobacco users smokers ch ewers and lneet seH4 Our bi UM thirty dayi lratat wn jw vmrmr wyiwj qKirvfv -- TR7 flSJ Mr SW iw vjt7 THJE BRROKKlMRIGBi ttBxTtfB GlxOYKsJPOBLT L NAPOLEON Ancient U I - BONAPARTE Reformed LITERALLY W R-l-P-A-- N-S Light J 4 running P YtiTTT T Kingdoms With a 4w wfefl WHAT THEY ARE STORED POWER Xww Tifli s PLHNO t UtNDBKH MOWBNH ItlSADKHH FurnUhed by the Piano Fly Wheel Is the greats Improvement ever made In 5ell Ulndlng Harvesters Banks Won Pen Stroke Tost a Nock in tho of Kontuckys by Constitution Citios A gentleman of n methodical ha Â¬ bit who had adopted tho practice of retaining n copy of every pro Jf f uva-wj--- s no JOSEPH MADE RULER OF SPAIN Divorce of Jerome and Elizabeth Patter son Jtloman states w rested From the Pope Austrians Crushed at Wagram lUopyrignt 1SU3 by John Clatlt ltldpatbJ FnOM BAYONNE TO WAaitAM XVIII Iu Paris mid tbo environs of Paris Nnpolcon IiacI flvo residences Tho mag Â¬ nificent Tuilorlcs so oalled from boiug tho Bito of an old tilo factory of tho Middlo Agoa oamo to him with tho roniiuincoucoa of Bourbonisin Though it was tho pnbllo sent of tbo Empire it Tho was novcr u favorite rosldenco pnlaco of tho Elysoo was tho prlvato city homo of tbo Emporor flora ho rcsldod when tho war fovcr was liot ou Foil tniuoblouu tbirty sovon miloa from tho city was tho homo in which Nnpolcon found liimsolf at groatost oaso Tbo pnjncoof St Cloud was on tbo loft bank of tho Solno a niilo and n half from tho city ramparts Malmalsou was tho homo and proporty of tho Empress Josophiuo givon to hor by hor liusband Hero Na- Â¬ poleons domostlo lifo rIioho in fitful gloums of happiness but tho days wcro not nuclonded It was at Fontnlnoblonu that on tho 27th of Octobor 1807 tho secret treaty was concluded bctweon tbo Emperor and Qodoy so oalled Princoof tho Ponce and Countios Need Apply For Taxes Not ilrt M H Stonewall Made Tenn Tho Stato Only Declared To Bo A Helpless Invalid Kldnoy and Livor Trouble and Norvoue Doblllty IO Yoars of Sufforlng Ended by C Entltlod to Rovenuo Spanish Army Annihilated Holy IatJor uy tnicing nwnyno prov iucos of Ancoua Maccrnta Fermo and Urbino and annoxiug tliom to the king dom of Italy Still tho Popo would not recede Tbodisputo bocamohot and tho Euiparorwrosted from tbo supremo pontiff tbo remainder of tho Roman States Tho Popo in Juno of 1800 burled back bis doflnnco in n bull of excommunication On the 0th of July the French took possession of tho jnirluul palaco gently seized tha Holy Father and con voyed bim prisonor first to Qreuoblo and finally to Foutaiuubloau Tbo Spanish poonlo wero tho hum blost of Catholics Tbo accession of Jo soph Bonaparto as king was strongly op posod by n counter revolution Tha patriots who favored tbo restoration of Ferdinand VII wero bonded by tba Junta of Sovillo and their party was in Â¬ flamed not a littlo by religious rancor on account of tho indignities to tho Popo Noarly n half million soldiors wcro pnt into tbo flold and in support of those canio into Spain English armies under Sir John Mooro Sir David Baird Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati Knqnlrer Frankfort Kv Juno 1 The banks bare been truly irmrrclouj It far surpasses any other medicine I have ever taken For II years I was troubled with torpid liver kidney trouble and nerrous debility and was I Hood Co The effects o Hoods SarsaparllU In my Lowell Massi Taking Hoods cut state county and municipal taxes aud Judges Taynter Lewis and Guffey thought this contract had been annulled by the new constitution and subsequent legislative enactments The edict of tho decision is that neitl mended It to all my neighbors and several ot er the citj nor tho county in which any them are using Hoods Karsaparllln with Rood results I am M yean old and feel better than I bank may bo situated can collect a cent did at0 tins E Wads Stonewall Tenn of taxes for any purpose but the state Hoods Pills act easily yet promptly and can collect 75 cents on the 100 The efficiently on the liver aud bowels Z5o cities must furnish firo and police pro tection to tho banks for nothing I hare A Holpless Invalid been taking Itodei Sarsaparllla tor threa months and I feci that I am cured I feel bitter now than I hare for sixteen years I thank Ood first for ray health and C I Hood Co second for Hoods Uarsaparllla I hare recom- - won their famous tax caso in tho Court of Appeals to day but it was by a nar- Â¬ row margin Four of the Judges took one view of tho cose and threo took tho opposite view Judges Prvor Grace Hazelrigg and Eastln thought the banks had a contract to pay taxes at the rate of 75 cents on the 00 in lieu of al other 1 Hoods54 Cures McDANIELS THE COURT NOT 11IAMEI and Lioutouant Qoncral Arthur Welles loy NAPOLEON DV LONOIH noting for Charles IV of Spain Tho motif of tho business was tbo closing of tho long Boa coast from tho Day of Discay to tho Gulf of Rosas against tho com meroo and incursions of England Na poloon easily brought tho Spanish min ister and his master under his influence It was agreod that tho compact botwoeu thorn should bo confirmed by a partition of Portugal Qodoy reooivod his bribo of 15000000 francs I Marshal Junotwns scut with an army corps to Portugal nnd on tho 80th of November 1807 ho ontcrod Lisbon Maria I and tbo princo regent John nu tno to flight Si Vound rofryn family taking published ugo in Brazil Junot his masters colebratod proclamation to tbo effoct that tho Houso of Braganca bad ceased to reign For tbo tiruo it appeared that tbo reformation of ancient kingdoms might bo effected with pen stroke and proclamation Tbo Spanish Bourbons had fallen into an imbroglio that might woll oxcuso tbo intorfcrenco of a foroign power Charlos IV was virtually a fool Tho quoon who rulod bim was dovoid of Tirtua Qodoy bor favorite who rulod hor was a conspirator Don Ferdinand princoof Asturias and heir to tbo crown intrigued to tako bis fathers lifol Tho king to savo Qodoy was indnood by a mob to resign tbo throno to his loving son who took tho titlo of Ferdinand VIL Charles howovor instoad of em Â¬ barking for A in or Ion aooordiug to tbo compact soon sought to rocovor his crown and appealed to Napoloon to as sist him It was tbo appoal of n sick sboep to n boalthy llonl Tlin lion invltod tho sboop and tbo housobold of tho sboop to meet bim at Bayonuo on tho frontier Thero in tho first week in May 1808 was held tho oonforonoo of tbo lion and tbo sheep Tho lion Bnid that they should nil rosign their claims to him I Ferdinand should have tho kingdom of Etrurin Charles should rcceivo tho oastlo and parks of Chambord and a ponslon of 0000000 francs Tbo rost should bo enrod for Ferdinand remonstrated nnd ventured on a rupture for wbiuh ho and Don Carlos wore imprisoned at Vnloucal A proclamation was issued that tbo Hondo A of Bourbon had ceased to reign Junta was convonod fn Cnstllo a now constitution was formed nnd on tho 0th of Juno 1808 Josoph Bonaparto was doolarod king of Spain oud tho Iudios Porsonal forefci now again nppenrod H contending with tbo absolute Jeromo Bonaparto youugost brothor of Napo leon bolng at Washington was intro duced to tho Pattersons of Baltimore At tbo ago of uiuoteon bo took Elizabeth Patterson for IiIb wifo Tho marriage was solomuizod by BiBhop Carroll Jor oiijo doslrud to roturu with his Ameri Â¬ can brido to Franco bnthis mothor de clared tho marriugo invalid ou account of tho sons uiiuorlty An Imporial edict was lssuod to that effect Tho Emperor forbade his brother to bring bis wifo to France und callod on tbo Popo to an Â¬ nul tho niarringo Pitta VIL rofuaod to grant tbo divoroo From 1805 to T807 Jeromo and bis bountiful wifo wero kept aloof Moan- whilo ou bqth eon aud laud ho dls- pteyod greater talents than woro shown by any other Bonaparto snvo only tbo -- vQroat Una Tho Emperor wantod his brilliant youugost brother who in case of fulluro of hoirs to liimsolf was da clarod successor to tbo Empiro to bo king of Westphalia IIo ordorod bim to Catharine take iu roarriago to of Wurteniterg tba priucew of Joroiaa Tito wlshoa Hd th despair of his wifo were put uMe m wHiUraenUd triMw and the new politioal marriage wrs ooqflrwed in Ha who bad orownsd AugBfct of 1807 Napolon in Notro Danw bow broka wlUt him aiul broka himself agaliwt bin Iu February of 1808 the aKry IwptMr orded UmiwwU MiollU to oev Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Critics bnvo rogardod tbo treaty of Bayonuo and tho rupturo with tho Popo ns tbo beginning of Waterloo Tbo ro innncor looking only at tho dramatis porsonio might woll begin bis story of tho overthrow of tho First Fronoli Em pire with tho pretty fnco and soft hands of Elizaboth Pattorsonl But History deeper than marriages and divorces deopor than amporors nnd popes socs rather tho lines of eternal causation strotohiug through tho dust and turmoil and tho uicro persons of tho play dart Â¬ ing hither nnd yon liko ophomoral Napoleons bauuor still roso nnd float- Â¬ ed for n whilo in tho highest sky On tho Continent nono could resist him fnrthor Ho soaled all harbors until tho trado botweon London and Hamburg was carried on byway of Constantinople Tho Gorman princos against all preju dices of raco and tradition sought eag orly to outer tho Confederation of tho Rhino Tho displacement of tho Spanish Bourbons scomod to couoludo tho careor of that raco Tbo old monarchy had be Â¬ Â¬ como spootral Tho yoars 1808 0 had thiscomploxion for Napoleon that ho might rognrd tho past as finished As to tho futuro ho sjct Room Ho prooMxM lo z rWtirt t Martha and Cretie Cannon have presented St Anthonys church with beautiful statues of tho Sacred Hearts Rov J B Galloway delivered a good sermon at Antiocb Sunday after which ho and his wife dined with Mr and Mrs Clyde Hicks Somoofour young people anticipate a pleasant and profitable day at tho Sun- Â¬ day School Convention at Short Creek Saturday Juno 22nd Mr William McDaniel thinks ho is improving a little witli tho ubo of an electric battery We would indeed be glad to seo him able to walk again Tho many friends ot Miss Alicq Dock- Â¬ ery aro pleased to uoto her slow but steady recovery from a long illness Wo hope to Bee her bright fnco in our social circles soon Mrs Thomas Parsons and daughter Miss Nettie paid a visit to relatives in Miss Nettie also Leitchfield lost week purchased somo lovely now dresses for Nnpoleou and sister Menuwhilo Sonlt iu command of tho herself Mr B F Liuthlcum has been paint Â¬ soooud corps in Spain had on tho 10th of November 1808 annihilated the ing Dr McM till Ins office this week Spanish army ot Burgos Ho bad wrest Tbo Dr has added other improvements od Cor mm a Fcrrol and Oporto from tho in tho way of a new study and small Engllnli But tho tido turned in North veranda in front ern Portugal and tho French wero Mrs Suo Mercer and niece Miss driven buck by Wellington A division Ohambliss Rock Vale wcro visiting under Marshal Moncey marching on Mrs Mercer always wns defeated ns was also Mrs Sam Parsons Vnlonoln Qpnoral Dupont in tbo battlo of Baylen seems glad to get hack to see hor old in Andalusia whuro the French losses neighbors and friends Ileston Bros have wrltton Dr Hart aniouutod to noarly 20 000 In August of I 808 occurred tho singo of Saragocsa they will be here July 3rd to fill his momorablo aliko in history and poesy store house with a full lino of merchan Â¬ Not until February of the following dise Our people aro glad to wolcomo year was tho stronghold surrendered to all livo business men to our village the Frouoh whoso lowiea during tho Nora Galloway and Lizzlo Hank two slogo are said to have exceeded 60 000 It was just after these even tr that tbo sweet little girls from Cave Spring visit Â¬ hollow cougrew was held at Erfurt By ed at the parsonage this week carrying tba first week of December 1800 Na back with them some lovely boqueU of Daring white and piuk roses The parsonage poloon had roturuod to Paris bis roceut stay in Vienna porhapa in looks a bower of this queen of flowers his conferences with Emperor Francis Several from St Marys Kirk and liar nt Scboiibrunn be bad had a thought dinaburg visited the Sand Knob m at that time iutha palace of There was girl Jwt eighteen years Sunday Had dinner ou Ua ground and the Uapaburg a MIm IwlU Whiajley Joaepltiwa vm fotiy 4k and a pleMt Hum wm ebsBsron of tM arewd John Ciark Riw atw afaall Â¬ 1 Â¬ saw that shining liko nsnu through tho cast wiudows of tho Tuilcrics Never Â¬ theless thero was poaco nowhere If tho past was finished tho present was chaos and tho futuro moroly pregnant His by which Groat Continental Systom Britain was to bo loft rotting on tho soa rousod tho remaining rancor of races and nations Sweden lenguodwitb Tho Muscovito enthusiasm England for Franco emitted at iutorvalB sulphur instead of incense Tho Czar was for Napoleon but tho Russians woro not for thoFronoh Tho Congress of Erfurt in Octobor of 1808 was hollow Alox auder and Napoloon woro thero also tho kings of Saxony Wurtomborg aud Westphalia also tho minor princes Tho Btnto of Europo was confirmed Tho Czar bhould linvo Finland Wnllachia and Moldavia Whilo Nnpolcon was busy with the complications of 1807 8 Austria bad been covertly arming for tho renewal of war Tho British ministry gavo Frauds II four million pounds to break tbo peace I The early spring of 1800 found tho Arohduko Charles in Bavarin with a tremendous army Nnpoleou beard the noise afar Loaviug Sault to finish tho Spanish business bo hastouod to Paris By tho 1 0th of April ho was at Stuttgart On tho 18th bis headquarters weroatlugolstadt Out of Wurtemberg and Baden by tbo swiftest couriers ho ovoked nn army Ho throw himself like a tornado on tho Austrians aud hurled thorn back towards Bohomin Vienna was uncovered and on tho 13th of May surroudorod to tbo Frouoh On tho 31st nnd 32nd of that month occurred tho iudoolHivo battles of Asporn Iu Juno tho progress of nnd Ebsllng tho Frouoh soomed to bo dolayod by the very oxcoss of their advances and vio torios On tbo 6th aud 0th of July was fought tho famous nnd sanguinary bat tlo of Wagram in which tho Austrians woro routed with a loss of fully 36000 mou Tho Hapsburg Empiro was as completely prostrntod as Prussia bad boon after Joua Tho bumbled Francis camo to a conforenco with Napoleon at Sabonbrunn Ho was obligod to purohaso pcaco by tho cession of tho provinces of Dnlmntin nud Istrla Austrian Poland was divided botweon tbo Czar nud tho king of Saxony Salzburg was given to Bavaria Francis pledged bis honor to ronouncohis alliance with England nnd to uphold tho continental systom of 1 Â¬ Henninger West View was beio Thursday Thomas Mooro was in Hnrdinsburg Tuesday An ico cream supper in tbo near futuro is talked of Miss Kate Glasscock has applied for tho school here Bent Dockery and Ilnl Drane were at Glendeane Friday Fred McDaniel and Bob Parsons wero in Leitchfield Tuesday Mr John Tucker West View was tbo guest of Miss Kate Pullen Sunday Wo send the items from McDnniela and Yellow Lake in ono this week Mr and Mrs John Mooro visited Mrs Kittle Moore near Eveleigh last Sun- Â¬ day Mrs II A Hunter is visiting her daughter Mrs S M Henninger nt West View Mlsa Delia Hunter wears such Brito smiles of late Wonder if Liga causes them Mrs Joo Parsons and Miss Neddie Hunter wcro in Luilchfield shopping this week It L Mercer Grayson county was hero to see Ills sister Mrs John Moore Wednesday Miss Delia Carmon of Planters Hall isspendingsometimewith her aunt Mrs W T Carmon Miss Ella Dillon of Hnrdinsburg pro Bided at the organ during mass at Long Lick last Sunday Mr Georgo Glasscocks residence makes quito a handsome appearance with its new coat of paint Sheriff Si Fato was hero Thursday Several of our girls nro declaring them- Â¬ selves Republicans Mr E R Storms is slowly recovering from a throat trouble of which bo has been suffering for several weeks The cut worm cry has subsided and through crops nro lato thoy aro looking well especially wheat which was nevor finer At this writing several of Prof Cokes pupils aro attending the Teachers Exam- Â¬ ination at Hnrdinsburg We wish them S M Tho Court is not entirely responsible for this stato of affairs because tho Legislature passed tho law and after tho banks accepted its provisions the Court seemed in duty bound to uphold tho contract The following syllabus of tho opinion gives a clear insight into tho Â¬ case In 18S0 tho banks in existence prior to the act of 1850 wero claiming their charter contracts by which a tax of 50 cents ou each sharo of 100 of stock could only bo imposed the National Banks wero claiming that they were en- Â¬ titled to bo taxed liko tho Stato Banks and wero not liable for local taxation and besides their surplus if in greenbacks or other nontaxable securities could not be taxed under their charters from the Federal Government The stato was claiming that tho old banks wero taxed for two small an amount and tbo banks chartered since tho act of 1800 woro resisting any dis- Â¬ crimination between them nnd tho old binks In this stato of the case the Leg- Â¬ islature devised a mode of taxation which would prevent nny discrimination that might otherwise exist and enacted by the Hewitt bill in that year in sub- Â¬ stance that all shares of stock in tho stato and national banks should bo taxed 75 cents on each sharo equal to 100 and which tax should bo in full of all tax state county nnd municipal and further provided that if eacli of said banks should givo its consent through its proper cor- Â¬ porate authority with the consont of a majority in intoresf of a quorum of its stockholders and ngreo to tho laying of such tax and to waivo and release all right under act of Congress or under tho charter of tho stato banks to a different mode or smaller rato of taxation and executo such agreement in tho manner provided by tho act in consideration thereof thoy should be exempt from all other taxation stato county or municipal so long as said tax should bo paid during tho corporato existence of such banks Â¬ Â¬ AN IRREVOCABLE CONTRACT Buccees Misses Held That upon complianco with tho conditions of that act upon tho part of the banks thoro was nn irrevocable con- Â¬ tract between them and tho state to end only at tho expiration of their charters The banks incorporated before tho act of 1850 by entering into this contract with tho state surrendered what thoy claimed to bo their charter contracts by which they wero taxed only 50 cents on their shares of stock tho national hauls yielded their right to deduct from the valuo of their stock their surplus con- Â¬ sisting of nontaxable securities and tlieso acts constituted a good and valid consideration for tho contract Tho leservatlon of tho power on tho part of tho Legislature to amend or re- Â¬ peal the article in which it contained planks in roferenco to taxation does not carry witli it tho right upon tho part of the state to abrogate- and annul a con tract mado under its provisions aud pleasure Tho distinction between tho right to repeal and rescind a contract made under it is manifest Judge Paynter delivered n long ablo and exhaustive dissenting opinion tak Â¬ ing tho ground that the statuto compris- Â¬ ing tbo contract if any liotwcen tho state and tho banks had been repealed and that tho Legislature and the Consti- Â¬ tutional Convention had tho power to repeal that statute and tho contract aris Â¬ ing under it by reason of the reservation in tho act of 1850 reserving tho right to amend and repeal charters of biuk and that the repeal of tho net repented the contracts mado under it I have two littlo grand children who aro teething tills hot summor weather and aro troubled with bowel complaint I give thorn Chauibrlalns Colic Chol- Â¬ era and Dlarrhwa Remedy and it acts like a charm I earnestly recommend it for children with bowol troubles I was myself taken with a sovero attack of bloody flux with ciampa and pains in my stomach one third ot a bottlo of this remedy cured me Withlu twenty four hours I was out ot bed and dding my house work Mrs W L Duuagan Bun aqua Hickman Co Tenn For sale by A R Fleher Cloverport Ky Kincheloe Board Hnrdinsburg Ky jJJur rre U ofnK -- show Royal Baking Pewdtr Jhtfurter to nil others S Govt Reports ico acres ol land in Mag District No 5 by M ltoyalty See deed book No 44 page 544 listed by Julius Leslus key for year 1S94 Taxes and cost 330 llfty tvo acres of land by James Carman in Mag District No 5 listed in the name of lohn M Pools heirs lor year 4 7J iSA4 Taxes and cost Two acres of land In Mag District No I deed book No by Jas Snider See sited by John S Pool 31 PaKc S8i for years 1S934 Taxes and cost 6jj Twenty acres of land by J K Drane In Mag District No 5 listed by Jesse Taxes and Oray for years 1SJ 4 5 4 cost TwenlY sIx acres of land bvTLcGrand in 5th Mag District listed bv Thomas Duncan for Years 189j4 Taxes and 6 05 cost 100 acres of land by Jno Pile in the 5th Mag District by Manoahllasham for 661 the year iSjj4 Taxes and cost Seentyfive acres of land by J I Car Â¬ man In Mag District No 5 listed by Â¬ Kllzabetlt Carmans heirs for the years 15 4 Tsxcs and cost 4 40 100 acres of land by G Chyne In the 5th Mag District listed by Ireeborn G Jackson for the ear 1S04 Taxes and 7 55 cost Porty acres of land by J I- - Carter In the 5th Mag District listed by Cyrus Taxes Carter for the year of 1843 S3 and cost Porty five acres of land by Isaac Carter in Mag District No 5 listed by IIu bard Adams for the year 1S44 Taxes and cost 4 45 Seventy nine aorcs of land by Thomas Gray In Mag District No 5 listed by Phoebe K Leslie for the years iSjJ 4 5 95 Taxes and cost Sixty acres ol landby Lewis Hair in Mag Itlpant Tubules Sold by ilrunilttor by District No 5 listed by John Iyon mall If the price 50 ccnt a box is sent 6 45 for the years 1893 4 Taxes and cost to The Klpani Chemical Company No Two acres of landby Thomas llutlcr in 10 Spruce st New York Mag District No 5 listed by Alonro Auberry lor the years 1S93 4 Taxes CUSTER cost 4 J5 Korty hve acres of land by Thomas Car- Â¬ No 5 listed in man in Mag District Miss Mary Brunuer is spending the the name ol Hell Penlcks hairs for week with Mrs Oscar Alexander the years 1J3 4 Taxes and costs 360 Prof Georgo Hall West View was tho Iorty acres Lf land by Thomas Smith In Win It May District No 5 listed by guest of Miss Ethol Springate Sunday Whltworlh for years 1S93 4 Taxes Jesse Tucker Sr West View was and cost 7 5 hero visiting his son Dick Tucker Sun- Â¬ Portyfour acres of land by It M Wilson day No 1 listed by Uobt in Mag District Tuxes and Morcdock lor year iSy Mr Georgo Pile of Duncans Valley 4 5 cost passed through here Sunday eu routo to an acres of land by 11 Smith in Mag Louisville No listed by Jennie Duncan District and sister for the years 1S93 4 Taxes Miss Llllio McGuffln of Constantino an do ot 30 17 will visit Mrs Mich Meyer this week and Plfty acres of landby C Itcldleln the id will then go on to Hnrdinsburg Mag District Ilttcd by Harriett A Taxes and Smith for the year iSo Revs Glasgow and Herr spent Sunday so 97 cost night with Dr Meador They left Mon landby P Kccnan in Mag West Point whero they 100 acres of No a listed by Henry T Paul day morning for District hold a series of meetings 8 15 for tha years iSyj 4 Taxes and cost old friend and popular tobacco One acre of land by Mary Miller in the ad Mag District listed by John C merchant F B Lyon is hero from Irv Taxes and Hall tor the ears l8j-4- Custers loss ington prizing his tobacco S 7 cost at his removal can not bo easily repaired Sixty acres of landby It Wells in the 1st Mag District listed by Luther and Pile aro invoicing their Alexander John W Lyons for the years 183 4 Thoy begin stock of goods this week 30 Taxes and cost confidently believing that thoy havo 115 acres of land by MaryJUeavin jnthe ad Mag District listed by Arthur S passed through tho hard year in their Taxes and Mays for the year 1893 prosperous manner usual 6 6j cost One lot In Harncds Station listed by John S Lampton lor the year 1893 4 M Taxes and cost Station listed by One lot In Warned When Baby was sick wo cave tier Castorla James Hcdmond for the year i8J When aha woa a Child she cried for Castorla a 40 Tuxes and cost Brulngton in 10S acres of land by Win When Bho became MhM the clung te Castorla the 1st Mag District listed by Henry When ubo had Children she guYt them Castorla Taxes Nicholson for the year 1S93 1 4 97 and cost Porty slx acres of land In DUtrict No 4 lilted by Clay Hayes heirs In the years 1S93 4 see Com Deed book No 11 91 1 Taxes and cost One lot in Ilewlcyvllle and five acres of land In District No 4 listed by John Harrington In the years 1893 4 Sec deed book 45 page 71 and deed book 1805 On Monday tho 17th day of Juno 13 15 Taxes and cost 44 page 114 it being a regular County Court day I or Forty two acres of laud In District No listed by W V Ilryant In the years ono of my deputies will Bell for taxes IS93 4 See deed book 41 page las duo for the years 189 and 1891 at tho Taxes and cost 4 35 Court houso door in Hnrdinsburg Ky One lot In Clifton Mill and eighteen tho following described proporty to wit acres of land In District No 4 listed by ANGIassgow In the year IS93 7lJi acres of land In Mag DUtrlct No a Taxes Sec deed book 4I pags 96 listed by John VAhl for years iSt and cost 4 93 ml i See deed book 41 fige 557 6 Sj irj acres of land in District No 6 listed Ta es nd cot by Trainel Heatty in the Year lS 150 acres of land In Mag DUtrlct No s See deed book 37 page 406 and deed See luted by Mary J Ahl for iSoj 15 80 book 40 page 36s Taxes and cost deed book T page jcy Tans an J S2o loo acres of land in District No 3 listed coil by Henry N tlasham in the Years One lot n Dlstrlit No i In the City of U93 4 See deed book 31 page 40 Cloverport on Murray Ave Ilttcd 8 J5 A Taxes and cost by W II Davenport for year Pour acres of land in District No 3 listed Taxes and cost 5 40 by Weley Itobertson In the Years loo acreiof land by J Agnew in District I893 4 joining Crawford ltoberts on listed by Andrew Hawkins for No the west and James Wheeler trsct 8 JJ carsiUM Tasesandcott 6 43 on the east Taxes and cost One lot In the town oflfardinsburjf list Â¬ One lot In Irvington In District No 4 ed by Hlchard Jones for tho years listed by George Sillier col In the Taxes and cost 680 7 06 Years lWj 4 Taxes and cost One lot In the City of Cloverport Idled Iorty acres of land In District No 6 list by Mary Iooney tor the years 189J 4 d br James K McQyadr In the Year Taxes and coil 4 50 S9 See deed book 38 page 6so Twenty B ve seres of land in Mag Dls 6 03 Taxes snd cost trlct No s by W A West listed by Kortr acres of land by J C Matting v Charles Stephens for the yesrs iSdj4 D N In District No 6 listed br Taxes and cost 4 So Taxes Mathswslnlhe Ycarl89 One lot In tho city of Clovcrpon listed and cost by Mary Watklns for the years 1SV1 t 4 9 lfo acres ol land br J Dcllavcn In DisÂ¬ See deed book No J7 page 6jjTax trict No 6 listed brC A Bskrldge and cost 4 10 8 8 In the Year 189 Taxes and cost One lot n the town of Custtr by Geo One lot KranVs Mill In District No 6 I Isrned lUted by Walter Grandee for 11 Amiss In the Year listed by Wm cost ths yesrs 1JJ4 Taxes and cost 1394 Taxes J 6j 4 at K K KilODKS Kx S BC thirty acres of Isad by M Carter InMsg B V W S Cast Px I 8 B C DtstrM No 5 listed by Frank John C B UiLtio Kx D S B O soa for years 144 Taxes and cast -- 4 C ccrlption issued by his family physician became Interested as tlmo went on to note that tbo samo ingredients wero pretty cer- Â¬ tain to bo prescribed at somo point ot tho treatment of overy case For a poorappctiteorasoro throat for rcstlessncs which disturbed tbo babys sleep and for troubles which beset the aged grandparents the favorito remedy was always turning up although slightly mod ified from timo to timo and used often in conjunction with others His family physician hnd ever been a successful practitioner and when another was consulted caro had always been taken to obtain the services of some ono eminent for skill and reputation Still tho fre- Â¬ quent rccurrenco of tho favorito formula was a markud circum- Â¬ stance One day our friend hap Â¬ pened to observe that tho formula of a certain advertised remedy was identical with tho latest prescrip- Â¬ tion ho had received from ills own physician and In come surprise he etated the cibo to him The fam- Â¬ ily doctor after listening to what ho had to say replied The case is about this way Whenever thero is a disturbance of tho func- Â¬ tions of tho body no matter of what nature it is pretty cortain to bo accompanied by n derangement of tho digestive organs When they aro all right tho patient gets well That particular formula that you have observed mo lo writo more and moro frequently is tho result of an ago of careful experiment and is pretty gener- Â¬ ally agreed upon now by h1 edu- Â¬ cated physicians who keep up witli the times The discovery of tho past few years of a means of reducing every drug to n 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 ties from age if protected from air and light is tho explanation of bow it lias come about that this prescription Is now for sale ns an advertised remedy It is ns you say however and is nil right It is the medicino that nine people out of ten need overy time thoy need nny nnd I havo no doubt that making it so easy to obtain so carefully prepared and withal so cheap will tend to actually pro- Â¬ long tbo average of human lifo during tho present generation Â¬ JSSTAjT TT TT E tfr r VW TJ thi cauis ros this 7HI TflL3 I rur piii iiiiirri Y Hr loLU lilt r lal W Hrrl I I WW FLflNO LEADS Because Gives It steady motion In fancied craln and on rouhscveti ground causes It to run lightly over soft places makes K run one horse lighter draft andblndabundlcatertheleanitops T IS THE BEST is rumiv shcwn riV WHtllS ox tms ruito isw More Jones Steel Headers Sold In 94 than all others combined You should see the J0NG5 before you buy Simplest loncest lived and lightest draft mower in the UTinin UAlIfRP world Neverout of repair Noarsto TlUnLlV wear out no friction no noise nothing to make the farmer cuss Chain Power runs tin great Ferris wheel This proves Its strength Bicycles arc Chain Drive Whyr Light draftl BEND FOR OUR FnCCrORALL ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE rUillaJ The Piano Mfij Co Manufacturers West Pullman Clilcaffo III FOR SALE BY GHAS R ANDRRSON GUSTON MEADE COUNTY KY It depends upon Uow and When you market your chickens and Cffifs and to Whni you send tlicru We are larire receivers of poultry and tggs and have an established trade and stand the best chance to maks money for all our shippers We receive and sell llutter Vitg may Veal Hides 1clts Tallow Deans Seeds Potatoes Wool Hay Grain or anything J liave to ship Information cheerfully furnished Quotations mailed regularly to those who request It and liberal advances made on the largest consignments by PROFIT IN POULTRY HERNDON CARTER CO 313315 317 4 319 MURRELL COURT L0DISY1LLB LOUISVILLE KY MARKET REPORTS Correctly weekly by Pumphrey A Iaufcr Pro Â¬ duce Commission Merchants ato Second St bet Main and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KY Juno II 1885 Shippers should mark all packages plainly with shippers name and poit ofQoe address BUTTER 9 10 Choice country Medium Creamery EQQS 8 QM 0 8 9 Fresh BEANS Michigan hand picked Indiana Navy Old or Common and colored Mixed Old Ho 1 duck Green rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Skeep skins Hens per lb Duck 1 1 to 22 75 to 2 00 00 to 1 30 35 15 25 i FEATIIKR8 Prime white goese 25530 4J 38 t0 00 HIDES 7f 7 20 6 7 6 j VA 9 i4 7 8 9 10 40 POULTRY Turkeys alive Turkeys dressed DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES 5J to Apples eholce bright quarters Apples average i to Apples old Peaches new Peaehes old 4 i to WOOL Tub washed Grease fine Grease coarse Merino Burr and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasses 20 15 13 10 9 a 21 18 15 12 12 - ft 30 25 IX 35 city 34 wharf t HAY GRAIN FEED We quote prlcei to day on Louisville OATS 32 No 2 oat HAY Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN Choice whit Choloe shelled Oood to extra shipping 13 00 10 50 11 00 a 12 00 10 00 a 11 00 4 50 0 4JK 48 4 3 3 3 00 50 40 00 4 3 3 3 25 75 85 25 CATTLE Light shipping Best Butcher Medium to good butchers HOGS Choice packing and butohers Fair to good Shoati and rigs 100 lbs and SHEEP Good to extra shipping Fair to good 4 20 4 10 under4 75 2 25 2 00 a 4 15 5 00 2 50 2 25 4 50 4 LAMBS Good to extra spring Fair to good 4 25 3 75 It WOMEN IN DOUBT TJ81C PENNYROYAL OF WAFERS BANK HAHDIifSBURG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B 7 BEARD President WILL MILLER Vloe PresUent M U BEARD Cashier NOTICE GW BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDGE RM JOLLY INTEREST PAID I Dire tori J Sheriffs Sale for Taxes ON TIME DEPOSITS I FACTS POSITIONS GUARNTEED under reasonable conditions Do not say it cannot be done until you send for free 120 page catalogue DRAUOKTONS PKACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of bhort hand Typewriting and 1 elegraphv NASH VILLI TKvN 4 WEEKS by Draughtona method il wsch Ing book keeping I eipisl to 12 WEEKS by old method It expends more money In the Interot of Its lunployi cnt Department than half thr business colleges in the south take In as tub ion It Is strongly ndorsed by Hankers Merchants and radical book keepers United fleasonable rates of all over the Chesp States tuition bosrd 6oo students past year Open to both sexes representing It has States and Territories Â¬ - also prepared books for iy sentbnoo days trial When vou write explain Address J F Drauqhon Prtit your wants Hathplle Tenn N II It pays cssh J for vscsnclcs as book keepers stenographers tcschcrs etc reported provided It fills same tsT f HOME STUDY isV V SBM ad w rttsSw 7rRrQRATEQl7S -- JT LixW JfexV iTSCallamSaflCL TOMWCItxDfl wfqxc 1j - Ml rlJJBM Jiimkm1 ammi wwiww i lsss L JJWfSW IjytWW WfT ft- - VWfU IPnTfWi rTvrj 4 THE BRBOKBNR1DQR NRWS OLOYKHPOHT KY his best man a Cotifodorato noncom missioned officer of good family detail fcd for tho occnslon was seen movlttg from tho north toward tho knoll At tho same mo uent thu brldo attired In n dress mado of neoamowhlto stun man ufactured Iu tho Confederacy nnd at tended by tcvctnl bridesmaid whu had como from a distnnco to officiate ap proached from tho south Tho two mnt on tho knoll umlir tho canopy An olll rcr of high rank whu wns nlso n bishop Iu thochurvh stepped forward and Cor poral Sir llujh Ilatigau nud Carol I im Fitz Hugh were mado ono The only lamp to light tho nuptials was tho touud ruooti in tlmeast The only canopy avn thnt composed of flowers was the broad heavens above in which tho stars had only Just appeared for thn night Tho only wedding bells worn occasional booms from guns on Lookout mountain The corumouy ovor thn brldo nnd groom npalrul to thn marqnro lighted with candle whro thoy took position to icoelvo tho rnugratulatious of tho company Ail gavo way to Colonnl and Mrs Mnyimrri who oirered tholr firxt Womustglvo you up I wippfKi eald Laura to tho bride just nn wn would liku to know you better You go abroad I supposi- No I remain hfre But Sir Hugh will go Yes as soon as ho can get his dis charge Ho goes to Virginia from hore whero ho will pas through tho lines to Washington nud will put his case in tho hands of tho British minister He anticipates no troublo in getting a dis charge from tho Federal urmy and hopes to sail within a month for Ireland asked Laura in somo And yon gnrpriso that tho brldo could bear to part bo booh with lrcr husband I I remain with my people till tho last gun lias been fired Wo havo argued that question nnd such is my decision Mol declsieus observed tho groom nro u thing of tho past Leaving tho newly married pair Colonel Maynard approached ho master of ceremonies tho brides undo I esteem it a ho said General privilege that you havo waived your right to furnish all tho viands for tho wedding feast and hivo permitted mo to contributv Tin re pointing to tho aro six boxes of wino he I ad brought cases of champM no which I beg you to accept ns a e imtribntiou fiom the Army of Chiittaiioeua At n bignnl from tho officwr addressed a negro remold n blanket covering a dozen boxes iu n corner of tho tent which had como a hundred miles mid had not been in position ten minutes I seo your six cases genoral and go you eix cases hotter Having po further resources nt hand saIIVv bstrmtf I retrr from thsgtfmo said the Confederate Hannibal you may advance tho forco in tho first box to a position in lino on tho table haid tho person addressed Yes sah And seizing a saber standing in tho cor ner ho unsheathed it with n flourish and pried open n b x of In wine In n moment a down licit Icm wero standing on thu tabic liko n phitcon of soldiers Now Hnnnilul you miy liro tho opening shot Hannibal brolo wire ami a pop a far moro welcome sound than thosn that ltad heat ho recently and fre Â¬ quently heard by all present announced that tho feast wns not only set but begun Imustnpologizo for our glassware Our said tho master of ceremonies champagno glasses wcro all shattered by tho concussions nt Chickamauga And woll ho might Tho array consisted of tin cups wooden cups glass cups and tumblers nil cither cracked broken or dented And as n circle was formed to pledge tho brldo and groom ono Confederate bcrcened hlmsolf bo hind his comrades to avoid being seen drinking from n gourd When the contents of IB cases n regiment of dead lay on tho table tho guests soldiers proparcd to depart Tho last words had been spoken by General nud Mrs May nard nud by Sir Hugh mid Lady Ilati gau Jakey who had thus fur wander ed nbout unobserved though not unob serving stopped up to tho brido and groom Though ho had not tuted tho wino his eyes glistened with intoxica tion nt tho union of his two friends whoso attachment lie hud noticed from tho first Miss Baggs air you uns u Sir Rats golu ter rtdo rnuu Teuncsseo somo morn iu tho chicken ccyip Thcro was n burst of laughter from tho party and Lady Ilatigau with n blush informed Jakey that tho chlckuii coop was broken iu pieces I didnt know nuthin bout that Reckon Sir Rntsd find it handy iu Ire laud Its iud o funny you uus start in out way up by th mountings u tetchln up down hyar nigh outer th Georgy Una And Jakey surprised the company by giving tho only hn ha that had to this moment ever been heard to issue from his serious Tips As tho gueiits descended the side of tho mountain n cheer was heard iu tho direction of Chattanooga They stopped and listened A man rodo out from the Union pickot lino to meet them Whats that cheorlug asked Gen eral Maynard Olu Paps In command of tho Army of tho Cumberland Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE T J Jolly visited friends in Big Spring Saturday Mlra Ada Drury is visiting friends near the Falls of Rough Hay Kcath Is visiting Tom Culu The 13 snro having a fine time Mlsa Mary Hoard of Hardlusbtirg in thu guest of Miss Ltiry Frank Wnde Drury and Ilallle McCoy at Â¬ tended church at Salem Sunday Miss BlanchoJolly contemplates a vllt to Miss Lullo Nunnelly of Parkland Hugh Unrdaway of Guston called to mo Miss Annie Johnson Sunday after- Â¬ noon 8IROCC0 Gabu Brown after quljo a circumnavi- Â¬ gation has landed near Wichita Kan 813 THE BEST COMBINED STALLIOtf IN THIS COUNTY WFV f ropvHiOMris94 it JitflAN wss jocition All tncso matters rusiioa tnrougn nis mind whllo ho rodo to respond to tlio summons Tho nearer ho drow to head quarters tho less hopeful ho became After nil was it not absurd to expect anything oxcept that now papers had boon made tho sentenco forwarded up proved and ho was now to bo Inform ed that ho was no longer In tho army General Thomas could do much for him but thorowas not n general In tho army who had a higher senso of a soldier obligations than ha How was It possi bio that so groat a loader so rigid a disciplinarian ono with such high conceptions could do aught in his caio but approvo tho sentenco And now ho was goading for him to inform him of his degradation Following this reasoning by tho timo ho arrived at headquarters his expectations wcro at tho lowest ebb Ho dis mounted and bo preoccupied was ho that ho left Ills liorso standing without fas tening her but Jakey rodo forward and eeized tho rein Maynnrd gavo his name to an orderly and in a few minutes stood beforo tho man whoso very pres ence was quito sufficient tostriko terror into tho heart of a delinquent Cut the first face on which Mayuards eyes rested was not that of tho general Another was thoro to greet him ono who ho know whether hu wero honored or dlsgracod would never lovo him tho less It was his wife Tho thought Sho is hero Hashed through Ills brain to comfort mo when tho blow falls Tho Ho wanted to fly to her embrace impulso was checked He saw that she burnod to fly to him but she too re strained hcrsolf for thcro between them toworod the flguro of tho general Maynard gavo him a quick glauco but could discover nothing in his counte nance to indlcato what his fato would be These glances theso surmlfes last ed but for n moment for the general Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tense df a soldiers fluty tempered wl til so kind n hoart Maynard paused for n moment Then with n midden burst of enthusiasm But who shall reward tho man who on that tcrriblo day hold together tho Can tin Army of tho Cumberland president bestow nn ndequato rank Would tho tltlo of full genoral avail Nol It is for tho peoplo to reward you with n tltlo not given by an Individual but by tho common consent of vast masses not only for a day but so long ns thcro shall bo n history of this war the Kock of Chickamauga CIIAPTEIt XXVIII A SINOlLAtt CEIIEMONY Â¬ spoke havo sent for you to inform you of your status in tho army Maynard bowed his head and waited Tho offcuso for which you wero tried tho general spoko slowly and improsslvcly was too grievous to bo overlooked It would havo pleased mo in tho coso of bo bravo a man to set it asido but such a courso would havo condoned that which if it should go unpun ished would strlko nt tho very foundation of military discipline In liberating a spy intrusted to your caro you violat ed a sacred trust and assumed an au- Â¬ thority such as is not accorded to any ono save tho president of tho United States Maynard did not ratso his eyes from tho ground Ho know what was coming and a shiver passed over him A now sot of papeM wero proparcd and sent to mo I forwardod tbtm Mayuards oyc j wcro almost starting from thoir sockets With my approval Oh general gasped tho stricken man catching at tho tent pole for a support Laura could with difficulty keep hor scat so eager was sho to fly to him 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ They havo also boun approved by tho president and you havo been dismissed from tho scrvico of tho United States with forfeiture of all pay and emolu Â¬ I ments Maynard tried to t pcak llo wihhed to say that ho could not complain of the sentence that considering tho offense it was merciful but his tongue would not oboy him So much for your punishment the general went on after a slight pause Thcro aro other matters however to bo considered Theso aro your youth tho circumstances under which you wero placed the voluntary sacrlflco of your self mado to savo another and In obodl enco to your own interpretation of your duty in repaying n sacred obligation Whilo theso considerations do not do stroy tho act or its pornlclous effect as an example they show conclusively that it did not spring from basomotivos but rather in obedieueo to n strong sonso of honor which n soldier should hold In highest esteem When tho general began to speak of theso palliating circumstances Maynard did not hoar him As ho proceedod howovcr his attention was arrested Furthermore thcro aro your brilliant services both as n icout and yet morn recently in tho battlo through which wo havo just passed I havo taken pains to learn of yonr services in tho ranks on tho 10th of Soptombcr and was myself a witness tn your gallantry on tho ridgo on tho 20th I cannot find It in my hoart to fail in my acknowledg ments to any man however ho may havo erred who engaged in that dosperato struggle which was a turning point In our fortuno and may bo said to havo saved us nil from rout or capture Resides for moro than a year I havo watched your career with interest I am suro that you aro possessed of un doubted military talouts perhaps of n high order I beliovo it to ho truo wisdom on tho part of tho government to rotaln those talouts for tho country Therefore in tho interest of tho United States and for gallant and meritorious conduct at tho battlo of Chickamauga I havo suggestod your namo to tho presi dent for tho appointment of brigadier gonoral of volunteers A batch of such appointments including yours wns yes terday Bent to tho sonato and I havo a telegram announcing that they wcro nil conilrmod Suddonly it seemed ns if thcro had befn n loosening of invisiblo cords that hall boon holding husband and wifo apart In tho fraction of n second thoy wcro locked in each others arms Tears tho usual mode of expression of deep feel ing iu woman did not come only to tho wife Yot in a measure tho soxes wcro reversed Laura was moro smiles than tears Maynard only wept Soon remembering in whoso presonco ho stood Maynard disengaged hlmsolf Turning to General Thomas Genoral he said inn broken voico 1 cannot thanks aro nothing timo muse show how woll I appreciate what 70a have done is there another man in the army Who could afford to take to enlarged a view is such a casor la there one with o farseeliuf aw eye to keen a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Laura Maynard after n long period of Bolicitudo os to her husband detain ed at homo by n temporary illness of her child had nt last found it possiblo to go and seek him Sho had arrived on tho morning of tho news of his appointment nnd at once sought Genoral Thomas headquarters Thero sho had been iuformod of tho status and n mes senger was at once Font for her husband Leaving tho tent whom Maynard had first been plunged iu despair only to bo elevated to n condition of mind border ing on ecstasy tho two sought n hoto whoro Laura could bomadocomfortablo till tho nest dry and thero passed tho time hi going over tho period since they Confederacy is not exactly abundant that tho horn of plenty is not burying you like Hcrculaucmn under tho nshoa of Vesuvius that tho blockade Tho blockado Is not riTcctlvn sir interrupted tho officer stiffly Has somewhat reduced your wlno cellars my condition is I hay that I may bo permitted to bring half a dozen cases of champagno for tho wedding feast I a snroyou sir that it isnotjioo essary Wo aro getting cargoes of wino from Havre by n regular lino of camera It is your own mess tabic nt Chat tanooga that aro doubtless bereft of bev erages owing to tho fact that our General Wheeler is circus ridinc in Ton- uessee leaving no road or railroad open to you Do yon consent that I shall bring tho wino 1 do sir but shall claim for the host n general officer rolatid to tho bride tho privilego of supplying an equal number of cases I will meet you hero nt 0 Agreed oclock this evening when yon can cou duct mo nnd my party to tho place whero tho ceremony is to take place You may say if you pleaso that I shall consider thu invitation extended to my wife whom 1 will bring with mo Wo shall feel highly honored sir nt Mrs Mayuards presence Am I to infer sir that your wifo has been ablo to reach you over tho burned bridges and trestlework iu your rear Sho lias found no difficulty what ever in joining mo Maynard failed to add that Laura had only como n few miles to meet him Good day sir said tho officer rais I hhall expect you at 0 ing his hat Good day I will bo on time Ami each rodo away in tho direction of thoir respective camps MaynardH oITer of thowiuo had como about in this wiso Jakoy during tho provious week had boon investigating such empty houses as ho could find iu Chattanooga and had loaded himsolf down with kniokknacks huch as china ornaments picture crockery cutlery including even daguorrootypes On ono occasion ho thought ho had discovered a bos of muskots This ho roportod to Colonol Maynard whom ho persuaded to go with him to a collar near by and mako n search for conooalcd arms Tho muskets wcro found besides half n doz on cases of champagno which had doubt hfcs been thero sinco tho beginning of tno war Upon leaving tho picket lino May nard rodo to tho houso whero ho had seen tho wino and secured it for tho evening placing a guard over it Then ho went to tho hotel nnd bado Laura got ready to attend n wedding Thero was consternation in tho Con federate camp when tho officer returnod with tho information that tho Yaukoo had tried to bluff him by claiming tho privllogo of bringing champagno with him and that ho had claimed tho right for tho hosts to furnish an equal amount Tho telegraph was set in motion at once directing search to bo mado in nil tho neighboring towns for tho required beverage Dalton Cleveland nud other points wcro ransacked without success About 2 oclock in tho afternoon ai despair was settling on tho Confederates a telegram was received that somo champagno had been found in Atlanta Tho authorities thero wcro dirocted to send it by special locomotive marking it Ammunition Forward with dis patch At 7 oclock Maynard ncsMpanicd by Laura and Jakoy who wns always with him besides a wagon containing tho oaso of wino wero at tho appointed placo on tho pickot line wlxro they wcro met by tho Confoderato flag Transferring tho wlno to tho backs of pack mules nil started up tho side of Mission ridgo to General Ilrnggs head quarters As they approached tho crest a body of Confoderato officers a gay cavalcndo in gray nnd gold laco rodo out to meet thorn Thoy wero rocoivod by tho rela Â¬ tive of tho brldo an uncle referred to by tho officer who bronght tho Invitation IIo was nn eldorly man of n dig ulflod and sorious mien Tho party wero conducted to n largo marquee set up for tho wadding feast Thero they alighted and tho wino was unloaded and carried inside A fow minutes beforo 7 oclock tho gnests wero conducted to a knoll on tho summit of which had been erected a canopy of flowers and whero stood a group of Confederates of high rank On tho eastern horizon stood the full moon IJolow to tho cast was tho battlo flold of Chioknmaugo To tho west tho Army of tho Cumberland besieged In Chattanooga on half rations As tho guosts approached the groom still n his unjform ef a corporal attended by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jesse and Leah Payne who have been attending school at llnrdinsburg return- Â¬ ed home Sunday Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly visited Miss Wllllby Moorman of Big Spring Wednesday Charlie Pennington nud wife have returned from a visit to his father who lives in Topeka Kansas Rev Wood n seminary student preached in the Babllst church Saturday nnd Sunday Juuo 8th and 9th Tho cut worms are still with us though BOtnewhot decreased in numbers What n terrible nflllcllon they havo been to us Rev E M Wood preached tho funeral of Mrs Spires tho oldest member of the Baptist church Monday morning June to J M Street of Big Spring paed through our vicinity on his way to Bran denburg to fill an nppointmcut of Rev Ilagan Sunday June Olh I havo heard a ronslderibe amount ol grumbling in tho last few days bi cause there aro no items in tho News Irom Bewleyvllle nnd Irvington Our Kpworth Lesgue gave way to Childrens Day work but next Tuesday evening design to begin again with reOur next literary program newed zeal has been arranged como and see what we will do with it The Brrckcnridge county people now havo a privilege they certainly ought to esteem and accept thot of sending Mr Blanford to the legislature If I lived in that county nnd had tho riglit 1 would In a material way help that thing along but being deprived of both I can only fay I wish him the succets he rich- Â¬ ly d servi s Sunday Juno Jd was a red letter doy for us folks at Bowkyville Chil Â¬ drens Day servicis Iu the Methodist church was a derided iwciss all those taking pari acquitting themselves with credit Tho i xercises began nt 10 n m nnd continued until twelve The pro- Â¬ gram consisted of song recitations and a talk from Bro CundifT nnd was truly a feast t f good things After dinner on tho grounds we had the Methodist Army Corps supplemented by oilier good things This Corps had been drilled by Mr Blanford and thnt means well done The decoiallons wire Biinpe nothing profuse or grand arrangi d by Misses Mary Paul Vie Payne Florence Cain etc The exercises wero planned by Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly with n small amount of assistance from Quite a large crowd were this scribe in attendance Truly Bewleyvllle never does anything by halves Â¬ Â¬ 10th Rev Gomiek Ron Old People Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels nud kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters This medicino does not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other Intoxicants but acts as a tonic ami alterative It acts mildly on tho stomach aud bowels adding strength and giving tone to the organs thereby aiding Nature in tho performance of tho functions Electiic Bitters is an excellent appetizer nud aids digestion Old people find it just rxaetly what they need Prico fifty cents per bottle nt A R Fishers Drug store BURAS Gcorgo Hall will teach our fall school Mis John Aloxandcr is visiting her son Oucar at Custer Magistrates court will bo held here Wednesday of this week Roy Hurned went to Hardlusburg Fri day to take teachers examination Mrs Clin Pile has lately returned from Â¬ IIIC KNI Something entirely new in tho link cufT button at Babbagos solid sterling silver Parties desiring their laundry scut off should send It to tho N YLaundry 15 0 llahbage Agent JLJfrJkJL jNauAafej SARSAPARILLA BEST BLOOD PURIFIER It cures Ncrvouineu Dys pcpila Sick Headache Bolls TctterScrof ula and every trouble arising from bad blood Try it and be sure to get Neats In the world A R salt by FISHER Druggist For CltvsrfMrt Ky J several days visiting to relatives in the city Ex quito Horned Cusler spent Fri day nivht with ids brother Dr Ben Harned Our merchant M Meyer went to visit his daughter Mrs Bennett Saturday Mrs Bennett lives above Cutter Messrs Sara Parson and Frank Comp ton with their respective families wero tho guests of John Pile Saturday WInfield Tucker lias moved to Leiteh field where in parlneisliipwithJil Shrewsberry lie is running a livery stable J E Keith tho Cloverjnrt marble man was in the neighlorhood last week Eollcitlng orders He went over to Hud sou to put np some work Mr Sam Tucker one of our best and most substantial funnel has been very poorly for some time IIo is much better now but still unable to he out of tho house Clarence Hamed lias been at home from a Loulevillo Medical College about He is deep into farming two weeks until September when ho returns to continue his studies Good Old Granny Metcal80 years old living at 018 Monroe street Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Is the best grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been oUVred to the people during iter life Guaran Â¬ teed and sold by Short Hayncs Clover M port DrR HMcMiilluMoDanlels Meyer A Co Buras i A Taylor Rosetta A A W li Brown Irvington Ky RIchardaoD Garfield Ky A It Morris Bis Spring Ky W 0 Moorman Glen Poor ftilckcn mother try and feel deane Ky P Sherron Bros fc Co Thutjuiu will your wriour heal Kirk Kyj Horace Scott Jlnrdlmsbnrg Par Isara U Mf on that bright bete She It nol ot but gone before Ky Â¬ Â¬ -- In regard to tho apple crop the pros- Â¬ pect Is good for an abundant yield of the Bi n Davis varit ty Much complaint is being indulged in regarding the evident shortage il tho wheat iiop Iu this vicinity Only llio owners of iwrkcrs derived any bene fit from the bountiful supply of put norms Hogs fattened on em Mr Iko Milton of French Creek is all smiles it is a girl Gabez Haynes is not smiling this time its another girl Sco 7 Three in succession KNOWN STALLION Rev I C Argabrlght will deliver a funeral address to tho memory of Wui Right eh ceased at New Highland church the fifth Sunday at the hour of 11 oclock Mr James Haynes of Oak Grove went to Hardin county lAst week to be present at the closing exercises of the Lynland Femalo College and to accompany his daughter Miss Ella home After repeated e Tor Is tho farmers havo succeeded in getting a good stand of corn hut the damage by cut worms has ruined all hopes for even a scant harvest of clover Pasture fields are almost as barren ns tho Sahara desert causing much stock to be turned out on tho com- Â¬ to mons to eke out a scanty living off of the -inviting foliage tho tender twigs are only to capable of producing Is tho Baby pictures a specialty is sign now St en pendant from tho mast polo of Hutchison Browns photograph gallery They pitched this tent nt equidistance from Sirocco and Milan for is tho accommodation of their old friends and neighbors and have been rewarded to in- Â¬ with more work than they anticipated considering the hard times Those who havo a desire to noto the rapidity with which tho coming generation is in- Â¬ Thanking you for past favors and earnestly soliciting creasing can gratify their curiosity by your patronage I am Respectfully stepping into tho abovo gallery and vlow ing the baby pictures on exhibition Tho above shadow catchers havo a nack at chnrmlng the little ones exhib Â¬ iting a singing bird of rare plumage and E W Bagby a prominont lawyer of Inrlinc Prion rl I F 1 Safe and Sure their comic gesticulations nnd original Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine iUUlbd inutiu I E I lingo seldom fails to draw a laugh from MARK TRADE I WHITE T CROSS tho most infantile and their instanta Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ ing cough when all things else failed nous rxposurer usually catches them 3Wlilto Cross doe not with the most happy expressions They Its a now remedy for all coughs For Fuuinle Tablets n L I them fulilrenkeep truo Fenilllo ling E I sale by Short A Haynes Oloverport Dr ulator Gunran voHoxoie guarantee satisfaction T I consequently leeil or money re Â¬ S ST LOUIS MO Trice S800 babies especially are ushered in from R II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer funded Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W far and mar But their work is not con- Â¬ fined exclusively to the benefit of the E Brown Irvington Ky A A Rich- Â¬ Co SI Louis Texas little ones They nro doing with good ardson Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Louisville V O Moorman Glen results eveiy kind of work usually done Spring Ky ILTO Co In a first cluss gallery If you have a denne Ky P Sherron Bros Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg nice horso or live stock of any descript- Â¬ Kirk ion whose likeness youd like to have Kv Taking Effect adorn your parlor walls bring em along nud theyll mako you a true likeness of EKRON M600 oclcki U Sandij Dec 30 1801 em They will fold their tent shortly and wander perhaps in tho direction of Miss Leila Craycroft went to Guston Wat Bound Traini Sail Bound Train I Irvington Tuesday 63 M Mall A no a mi eiLASK Mall 4 A Barry Mayor of Cloverpirt was Kxpri Kpr STATIONS Kxpri Expr At tho home of the brides parents nero last weeic several uays Dally Dally Dally Dally Mr nnd Mrs Hcnee Board at the hour Dr R W Warfleld anticipates visiting 630pm 730iin IrUnn ptur 1 00pm 8 80pm of 1 oclock p Mt June the 5 Mr Clar in Hardin county in tho near future 7 Kentucky St 12 45 6 45 815 7 2 7 35 8 25 Weit Point 11 21 ance Glaeo nnd Miss Claudia Board were 12 Warn 7 30 Howard 828 W T Richardson and sister Mrs Deo 7 30 7 47 845 nock Haven 1147 714 united in the holy bonds of matrimony Warfleld left for Louisville Thursday Lon Branch lliW 755 707 8M Rev Ira 0 Argabrlght of Lodiburg offi 8 04 Ilrandcnburg 1131 jifl 668 Mrs J D Roberts went to Louisvillo 8 48 1122 011 813 Ekron ciating The groom woro the regulation 1114 8 21 Guiton 640 91J Monday to spend soveral days visiting 1105 Irvington 630- 930 830 brido a cream colored costume black tho 8 38 105J 93 Webiter 814 x Messrs B F Brown and Z T Cox 1049 9 47 that clad her liko an April daffodilly 8 45 Lodiburg 606 1041 9 60 Pierce 567 Attendants Mr Ben Hamilton and Miss wetit to Louisville Monday evening on 865 1000 1037 Sauiple 900 562 1009 9 09 Stephentport 1028 545 Clara Brown The latter was attired in business 1014 1023 Addiaon 6 40 914 Dr J P Shacklett moved into the 917 a sky blue costume of befitting neatness 1020 1020 536 Holt Cloverport 1005 524 If Brandenburg or any other lady cor- Â¬ property he purchased from Dr J M 9 28 10 SI 1029 6 21 Shops 931 100 1060 948 943 Sklllman 609 respondent had been present she would Wiilett Thursday 1102 9S7 4 69 964 Hawcaville tell you In regard to the particular text- Â¬ Mrs Mary Simons of Louisville is 1003 1109 92J Petrle 461 Kalcon 4 45 923 ure of the becoming costumes tho ladles visiting her father and mother Mr and 10 07 1115 Cayce 1119 4 42 919 1012 1125 911 Lewitport 4 36 1018 woro etc but I am not versed in tho art Mrs Tom Roberta 1143 9C5 4 20 Powers 1035 of describing tho texture of a ladles 4 08 Patei 1266in W P Mclntyre has moved his shoe 1048 12 6pm Owensboro 8 40 8 30 4 00 1069 wardrobe so I am not going to say any shop into Mrs J D Roberts property 1109 1218 817 3 47 Mattingly 1223 8 09 3 41 Griffith 1114 more about it opposite tho depot GIU 1227 Stanley 1119 337 After tho impressive ceremony was 1235 Worthlngton 7 68 1125 380 S J Brown has moved into his new 1133 1242 Heads 70 323 performed myself with a number of in- Â¬ store Spottsville 742 316 house and is ready to serve his old 1145 125 1163pm 1269 Hasetts 734 310 vited guests repaired to the hospitable customers at any time 1210am 1 15pm arHendersn lv 720am 265pm homo of tho grooms parents whore a A good crowd of tho Ekron peoplo sumptuous infair feast awaited us Your Havo you Ilouoivcd your Subscrip scHbo was awarded tho uppermost seat went to Rock Haven Sunday to attend a lion for 1 803 Sunday School meeting at the festive board that groaned ueath L St L T By FordsvfMe Branch School closed here last Wednesday the good things that wero susceptible of now the boys are hustling for their cer- Â¬ pleasing the most fastidious The groom TIME TABLE No 24 was seated on my left the brldo on my tificates at Brandenburg right and In rotation the groomsmnnand Geo W Wrather wont to Louisville bridesmaid faced each other Then the last week and purchased a car load of TAKING EFFECT DEO 30 1891 West Hound Trains Hast Bound Trains lengthy table was rapidly filled up with lumber for his new houso Dally Dally Daily Dally ladies ou tho right aud gentleman on the V Mr S M Wrather lind Mrs Mattle ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun I ex Sun No 8 No f NoS No 1 left and It didnt seem to us that hard Roberts were married in Louisvillo Mon- Â¬ 10 10am Lv Irvington Ar 9 20am tlmeB were iu the land at all We didnt day evening at four oclock We extend 11 60 Garfaeld 8 10 1205pm Â¬ 7 60 Harned bother our brains with the money ques- our best wishes 12 22 Hardinsburg 7 80 tion forgot that there was a Simon Bol- Â¬ 1258 Kirk 700 Mr B F Brown shipped two hhds of 110 Jolly 660 ivar Buckner a John G Carlisle a Joo 6 30 Olendeane 12 lobacco to tho Growers Warehouso Fri Â¬ S- Dempster 135 620 Blackburn and that the cut worms had day Mr Brown will attend tho salo of arHallsRoughlv 600 165 been in our midst May success and his 230 6 27 Itockvale tobacco Tuesday 242 Ruth 516 happlursi bo tho lot of tho erstwhile two 251 SO Asklns Mr 0 0 Ritchie of Garrett was iu 301 Oaks 460 now beat as one is the sin hearts that 340pm ArFodsvilleLv 431am town Saturday and received his money J ceiu wish of the Sirocco scribe for tobacco lie had shipped to tho Grow- Â¬ ers Warehouse He received very sat- Â¬ Bucklens Arnica Salve Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts isfactory prices Bruises Sores Ulcers SaltRhouni Fever If you aro in need of any of the follow- Â¬ Sores TetterClmpped llandsChllblains ing articles cooking stoves llmo or Corns nud all Skin Eruptions and posÂ¬ cemont call on me before buying as I itively cures Piles or no pay required buy direct from factory and can save you Sick headache It is guaranteed to give perfect satis- Â¬ monoy Z T Cox Agt Pains in the back faction or monoy refunded Prico 25 Cause Sallow complexion Shumate Lamkln have moved their ents per box For sale by A R Fisher Fawmlll engine and are now preparing Loss of appetite and to run their thrashing machine harvest Exhaustion P1SGAH having begun in somo sections of the There is only one curen neighborhood Wheat promises to be Mrs Giorgo Masons death is expected an average crop at any time UV The late tain storm has dono a great We had the pleasure of attondlng PI deal of damage in this vicinity religious services at Sun Â¬ AM Mrs E Gardner of Union Star is vis- Â¬ day evening conducted by Rev Walton fc TONIGPELL iting her sister Mrs Wm Ryan of Brandenburg We mutt congratulate One Pink Pill touches the live r w Mrs Dora Hendry of Union Star ia the Superintendent Xrf Geo Robinson t vibitlng her cousins tho Misses Ryan and the commissioners on their good iciuuvea uic tvue Ft Oh Tonic Pellet nightly sdtifru Everything seems to bo working Mrs Tilia Brickey of Clover Creek work jsjfort who lias been visiting her son nud nicely under their management Broth- Â¬ gentle laxative hi V- - tf er Walton will preacli ifgaln for tho poor open restores the dlgeste orjaat to brother has returned home up the nervous system and ntasfre the second Sunday in July Messrs Tom and Old Mason of Hen Â¬ rich blood Complete tfeamc two derson rame up to seo their mother who i medicines one price 2jc f is very low with consumption Treatise and sample freest any Extra values In wall paper We de Â¬ BHowH ura oot xit rnk yQied at her home on Beech Fork June sire to close out our stock for new goods ird Mrs Laura Pate nee Brickey aged Money saved by getting our prieea Old Yec Dear Laura has early Baubages 23 years laid down the cross and received the crown 1 THE7ELL Will make the present season at my farm and at Hardinsburg Hardinsburg April 12th and 13th 15th and 16th Holts Bottom and return each 9th day It costs no more raise a fine horse than it does raise a common one and when offered for sale the well bred one much easier sold and at a far better price Wilkes 16 hands high and weighs 1200 lbs Service fee reduced from 12 to 10 sure a living colt Clubs of eight or ten for 8 Harry Wilkes Jr C L HAWKINS BJ 24 TIME SCHEDULE i hJ Â¬ I J Constipation Biliousness whht usu fte t rTt4lf V The Reliable Inl Children Cry for UlSllil inufvUil atttiaia Pltohtri CasUrbu KltXnUAKANTKKD Ho MaUl luraUhed when 4sir JSUutk mt Hmsc Call rrt -j- V SiJkMeJkasMsVkisJkWl i-- nvurm i mm ih rV s Vflslms - V InWitiiiiiiih If uiV - SM JftL HflWP 5wBpWP wHWgWffiByNnpiyiWW rw vwyMK 7 7ppnwvy WMW1 Vi WMK9HSMW J flWMWV TH Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair 0LiinjiJtE JWS OJUOVHRPOEir KY BRANDENBURG PRESTON Hughes Frmlro has returned from a business trip to Loulsvlllo W T Allan was tho guest of Mls Cora Hendry last Sunday Dr Frymlro Is having n commodious cellar built on his premises Mr Albert Asbcraft of Sandy Hill was the guest of Miss Janlo Hendry lost Sunday MUscs Vina and Salllo Basked of Sandy Hill aro visiting the family of Mr Alex Hendry Mr and Mrs June Bandy of Walnut Grove visited Mr and Mrs S W Bos sett last week Mr Mordccal Dugan and daughter Miss Etta of New Highland wero hero to attend tho funeral of Mrs Thos Brashear Mrs Joseph Bruner Is very ill with pulmonary trouble Her many friends hope that she may speedily recover her former good health Miss Klia Brashear of Union Star was hero Beveral days visiting and com- Â¬ forting tho sick as is her wont verily a ministering angel hero below is she wherever sho meets trouble and sorrow In tho midst of llfo there is death Never did I realize this so completely as when 1 received tho nows of tho death of Mrs Thos Brashear I saw her just before I loft home for my recent trip to tho city and she apparently well and happy wished me a pleasant visit little thinking that ere my return eho herself would havo departed on a journey from Mrs whence thero is no returning Henrietta Agnes Sklllman Brashear was born near Paris Bourbon county Kentucky Nov t 18L3 and died June 1 1895 Sho was stricken with paralysis May 10 and never resumed consciousness ex Â¬ cepting for a few moments at a time un Â¬ til her death Sho leaves a husband and five children to mourn her loss and has a number of other relatives and Innum- Â¬ erable friends who sympathize and mourn with tho immediate family in their great bereavement Aunt Hen riett as sho was lovingly called by those who know her well was a member of Spring Creek Baptist church for a period of forty years Rev Shacklctt In tho funeral sermon paid a glowing tribute to her worth and depicted so beautifully the life and character of this absent member of his Hock The inter ment was made in tho Union Star cemetery where amidst tho fragrauco of flowers and strains of sweet music tho last sad duties wero performed During a lucid interval of MrsHrashears illness her devoted daughter Mrs Wm M Frymiro says to her Mamma you aro stricken with paralysis and you have to Oh Mamma you aro going to die leave us aro you prepared to go V Kiss mo Mamma If your answer is yes Just barely ablo to perform this slight exer- Â¬ tion tho invalids lips sought those of her daughter and answered yes with a holy kits Unable to articulate a single sound 6ho lay so helpless but God bad not deprived her of all power to mako known to her loved ones the condition of hor soul What sublime comfort iu that kiss to tho mourners Why you havo no need to mourn j you had best rejoice that her troubles aro oer and her soul air jieaco Our poor weak words may bring littlo cheer to your hearts but thero is an unfailing sourco of consolation for all sorrow As I think of you there comes singing into my mind those sweet lines from Tom Moore Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ t i- s - Talknblc prices at Vests Charllo Matllngly went to Owensboro Jullui 0 Nolto returned Sunday yesterday L McQavock was hero last week Low Waggoner was greatly damaged C P Babbago was In tho city Monday by the rain last week Prices you wouldnt suspect at Vests Master Wolverton Hall Is the guest of Picnic Hitlers Spring Saturday June his aunts Misses Ltzzlo and Ittitla Hall 29 Jcrso Graham brakesman on the Walker Board Holt wns In town Mon Â¬ Texan pptMit a few days at hoilin this day Saml L Suzer Cannellon Is In the week Mr and Mrs It E Turpln of Ixnns city Mied Mabel Carson is vlsltlngln 0cns-Mroro- - ville wcro in tho city Sunday tho guests II of tho family of Mr Win Hall Miss Mr J B Pace aud his cousin Henry Hawkins Louisville was here Ella Jones Louisville have taken rooms week last Tho hotels seem to be a piece of at the Tar Springs for the summer Mrs Augustus Tabellng of Tar Foik much attraction MOST PERFECT MADE Ask Jimmlo Miller how those prisoners came in yesterday and renewed hqr subscription Shosnjs the heavy rain Free A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder made their escape torn Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Mr Ferd Owen of Jollys Station waa of last week did great dauingo to crops 40 YEARS THE STANDARD In that Bcctlon in town last week VBarnqy Squires pi Hardlnsburg was Tho following young ladies and gentle Â¬ Notice to Subscriber men visited Tar Springs Sunday even- Â¬ The date on the label Indicates the time to r the city Friday which jour subscription li paid This serves Summers sunshine Is no brighter than ing Misses Mary Moorman Veva Milboth at a receipt an expiration notice every Vests Week Hxamlne the date printed after four our storo ler and Linule DHuy Messrs Llghtfoot name on the margin of thin paper and aee If It la Tho Acme and Patton brick jards aro Miller Jack Moorman and Clarence Red correct not correct please to let ut know If If running in full blast jour time haa expired plejae renew at once man Shoes to fit everybody from tho cradlo Miss Etta Robertson daughter of Mr Breckenridge News to the eravo at Vests Chas Robertson of Rock Vale who has ra Edward Whitehead went to Grand been attending school at Unlontown on WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1895 viow inu Aionuav her return homo spent Friday with Mrs Trado with the leaders and be happy G W Short of this city Miss Florenco and healthy Vests LOCAL BREVITIES Cottrell accompanied her home SaturMr and Mrs 0 L Knight spent Sun- Â¬ day day in Cannclton Ind Binders twlno at Vests Mr Samuel Baker Patcsvllle was in Frank Dcchcrt of the Louisville Com- Â¬ Get prices on binders twino at Vests town yesterday with a sample of flno toFred Fralze went to Hardlnsburg Mon- Â¬ mercial was hero Friday He bacco which ho was trying to sell Both brass and string bands at Elders day and tho buyers were too far apart on the Spring Saturday Juno 29 Percale shirts the very best at Bab price consequently ho took it home The favorite pleasure resort Elders bagoV lie says everybody in his section is for Spring Saturday June 20 free silver - It K Smith of Owensboro was hero Nobody can bo censured for buying Friday Mr Julius Dutschke was in town yes-Â¬ where thoy can buy best Vests White dimity cool for summer wear Wjlllam G Smart spent several days terday Ho says he ban a flno crop of Sulzers in the country last week looking up old wheat corn and apples on his farm at Holt and will como out with money to Only a few more Ice cream freezers left friends sparo this year Mr Dutschke aud his Henry Head of Louisville The Great Sulzers lost sons arc good farmers and seldom fail to Wall paper at almost your own figures Insurance Man was in tho city have good crops week at Babbages Tho first picnic of the season at Elders Remember it always pays you to buy Crepe cloth for summer wear only Spring M F Popham and F A Elder tho best Wo can show you more ad8 cents Sulzers vantages In both machine and attach- Â¬ proprietors Dr F M Smith and wifo spent Sun- Â¬ VMr A A Richardson of Garfield ar- Â¬ ments than any other agonts Ours have day In Louisville rived hero Thursday to take charge of ball bearings which makes tho No 0-- the D R Murray and Augustus Brown the Tar Springs lightest running simplest and most dur- Â¬ wont to Hardlnsburg Sunday Headley Louisville able machine on tho market No shuttle Mr John W Seo our line of gents shirts they are Democratic candidato for Secretary of to wear out about it Tho No 0 Is the womans delight Wo sell on easy pay neat now and nobby Sulzers State is in the city ments liberally discounting for cash Dr C E Cox of Caunelton passed up Charles Walter Eva and Eliza May Old machines taken in as part pay L IA T 1 UT on the East bound train Sunday vwo nuu Tm v fAf - II Scherer Agt Bpuiib Quuuaj wjiii ah nnl Just a few more of those pretty belt don at Cannclton Ind The Olesby graro yard Is very much buckles for 15 cents at Babbages Mr Ell Dean and son Jamet of Glun out of repair It needs attentlou and Mr James Allen Sr of Chenault Ky deane came in Monday Mr Dean was should have it at oncei Those Interested was in town Monday on business enrouto to Owensboro and have relatives or friends buried Threshing time Binders twino is Pleaae seo that your name is on your thero are requested to contribute the what you want lowest prices at Vests packago of laundry beforo giving to my necessary funds to put It in decent order You can rest assured that you will get carrlorE 0 Babbago Messrs Chas May Ed Oglesby and Mar- Â¬ the purest and best candles at Babbages Mrs Alfred Oelze and son Walter are ion Hambleton aro making an effort In John McCarty of Louisville was n at McQuady spending a fow weeks with this direction and any funds will be thankfully received and appropriated in passenger on Hie East bound train Sun Â¬ Mr and Mrs Willie Pate day yMr A M Tate engineer on tho L St the right way They earnestly solicit T R R went to Louisville last aid for this work and should have It Keep cool raise a breeze with ono of L JXlio Advance Oil and Mining Company our fans new and pretty designs Sul- Â¬ Friday to spend several weeks t Eugeno Klngsburry and J A Mayhall aro meeting with good success down at zers Hawcsvllle The old oil well at that Light Brahma egga for sale Felch aro at Glendeano erecting a handsome place has been overhauled and they have dwolllng for Mr Ferd Owen 15 Mrs John Nkvitt 100 for strain secured a good flow of oil about fifteen Wo aro in receipt of a letter from Mrs Irvington Ky day They think with a pump Lucy Temple saying she will leave Green barrels a 300 yards of light summer goods worth it can be increased to twenty five barrels Juno 11 for Yelvlngloo 15 and 25 cents tills week at ten cents a vlllo Miss The company has plenty of capital and Ky yard Sulzers they proposo to give tho field a thorough Mrs Owen Raltt and Miss Emma Ka test New wells will be put down at Vb Dont forgot all the latest publications periodicals and Magazines can be pur-Â¬ sey leave this week for Vino Grove once Tho directors of tho Company are They will be gone tho rest of the sum- Â¬ F J Ferry W II Bowmer A B Skill chased at Babbages mer man Jas G Harris Cloverport and Jeff Messrs Walter Smart W VMlowmer Mrs Charles May and Frederick Mook Stcrrott Hawesville Olllo Tousey admire the Toulnsport and aro visiting Mr and Mrs E II Breiden soil yery much of lato bach and her sister Mrs Eliza Holt of HE DECEIVED THE PEOPLE Miss Pearl Wimp formerly of Brand Â¬ Owensboro enburg but now of Owensboro ifltho Miss Nannie Murray left Saturday for And is in the Penitentiary for a Tear guest of Miss Forrie Hardin Holt Hardlnsburg to bo tho guest other sistor A The newest book out is entitled Mrs Morris Beard She will be there At Atlantic Iowa on May 7 0 M Question of Colors by F 0 Phillips for several weeks Allor alias Crip Ailor was convicted It is very handsornoly bound On sale Mrs W 0 Allen alter a pleasant visit of deceiving tho people by Belling a at Babbages to relatives and friends at GleuJalf re Â¬ worthless comnound which ho repre Mr and Mrs J H Logan entertained turned home Friday accompanied by her sented to be Hoods Sarsaparilla and quite a number of little school children sister Miss Nellie Redman was sentenced by Judee Macy to one Thursday evonlng from three to six in chargo of ono year at hard labor in tho Iowa State Ira Dellaven honor of tholr son JameB Penitentiary Ailors methods were of the wards at tfW Kentucky Prison Rev W ALusk arrived at Conway sent to L T Ried engineer on tho L St those of a travollng fakir Ho had beon Ark June 7 safoly Says he was mot L Nebraska traveling through Missouri a very handsome leather cano by a full delegation Of Baptists Am recital to be given by Miss Auuiu and Iowa making stands of a day or tPhe more than delighted with tho place in each town and representing is way anu ciass ror mo ueneiit oi uiu more agent undor salary from llavo your old machines repaired by a Presbyterian church will occur on himself as an new man who gives you a good guarantee and Co and selling his con- Â¬ C I Hood evenings of the 10th and 20th oi this understands his trado Call at ray ofllco the coction at ono dollar or fifty cents per and month and see some of my work Needles bottle giving with each salo various Mrs J D Brashear of Owensboro shuttles for all machines always on hand other worthless articles Citizens ol visited her husband hero last week She Grlswold Iowa became suspicious aud My oil Is the best L H Scherer returned Sunday accompanied by Miss Wanted We want to buy two hun Â¬ Margaret Bowmer who will be hor guest asc rtalnlne from a druggist that Ailors compound was not Hoods Sarsaparilla dred thousand pounds of dark short Parties haying for a week or moro good body red tobacco but meroly colored water had him ar Â¬ Charles W Moorman jr came down rested Threo indictments wcro found crops of this kind unsold will please bring samples of leaf and lugs to James last Wednesday from Louisville to attend against him tho jury convicting him Â¬ B Pace jrs factory as wo have not the tho Holt Luckett nuptials He re- after only thirty minutes deliberation mained In this city until Monday evening and he was sentenced as above This to ride J P Hnvcrley time guest of bis parents Incident suggests the wisdom of pur Sulzers Introduces a now novelty in tho Miss Maxle Bandy who was one of chasing medicines only of reputable their regular advertisement this week IlooU s tho whom Jcu week from now on thoy will print the graduates atSchoolclosing of the Clo dealers Is neveryou know peddlers fcursa and sold by returned to her parilla a reeelpt for canning vegetables under vorport High big advertisement and every lady homo at Union Star Sunday accompan- Â¬ such offering it should bo at onco re their nortcd to the authorities or to 0 1 reader of tho News should clip them out ied by Mr Edward Kissaru Orvlllo T Sklllman went to Louisville Hood A Co Lowell Mass From tho and paste them in their scrap book These receipts woro obtained from a Veg Saturday From thero he will rido to Lowell Morning Citizen etable Canning Factory and will embrace Maysville a distance of 137 miles on his for Sunday every kind of a yegolablo grown in the wheel The L A W association of Epworth League Program June 16 garden wheelmen meet at that place MlssSallie Gregory The relduiuii Mr and Mrs 1U B lMlsa Mlunle Murray left last Thursday Recitation Miss Forrpst Moorman Pierce wm ft scene of much morry mak Â¬ for Washington D 0 She will remain Essay Mrs Hoflluiis ing and fun on Friday evening the occa Â¬ thero a few days then go to Hickory Reading Clara Dyer sion Wing a party given td their sons Grove Va to be the guest of her sister Recitation Wallaco Pierce Misses Mrs Thos E Aud for soruT months Wallaoe Allen and Vivian Anthe- mMarytallelst Forrest Moorman Mamie Mlsa Mary Lallclst Solo WhlUU Marion Uowiuer and Maggie YOU assisted in receiving It would BkillifMa Coal Reduced h4 qitlfc a task to name the lair maidens The Celebrated Falcon Coal delivered HUie men present ranging from the and lump 7 Jo per bushel by the load age of three up The 05 class of the constitution Undermined by ex- Â¬ screened thirty bushels or more Nut coal thirty High JSehool wejo honored also The travagance in eating by disre bushels or more kt per buahel jtwujtaof lh little ones wore made glad It B PttBCB garding thq laws of nature- - or latulc progressive games andeepec 4jWi laUy wltea the dHghtfnl km wca physical cipital all gone if so The way to cure a cough is to stop the aerVetl ef which toe nvteh eaa net be coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey W amid Friend neighbor and chaperone eats loose he iaueous heals the lunga too otKte in for tblr share and all were Liyer Pills will cure you and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grl p leattt toWve such a hdepiUble home eough In oh night headache dyspepsia d HayBW0kvWirl5 Forr sale 11by Short JcMul Mi wlH never forget the gallant host Fossick wen siour stomach malaria torpid Mn McDaniekj M Meyer Co Dura boetees Ml S WWfft --41 aboatiy liver constipation biliousness A Taylor Reeetta W K Brown Iry Garfield ingtofl Ky A A Richard and all kindred diseases Kyi A K Moffte Big Sftes Ky MO ttmklmg jHtwtW W 0 Moornatv- - GUiplauw Ky P Siiertou Biotl do Kirk Ky Horae or o groat la SooU HardiMbwB Ky Urn moyai Da CREAM 4 BAKING POMTOl Mrs Frank Webb and llttlo eon aro visiting In Louisville Mrs Blanche Fontttlno speht Saturday and Sunday In Louisville Mlns Kula Mnlln and littlo Dink Price aro visiting In Vino Grove Mrs R II Novitt and Mrs Yeakel went to St Martins last Sunday Mr and Mrs H C Woodson spent Sunday with Mrs J6o Woolfolk Albert Richardson spent several days last week with his sister Mrs Jed Ditto Mrs B A Young and son Percy have bicn In Louisville for several days Mr P G Bryau gave tho Methodist Sunday School an interesting talk last Sunday Miss Rebecca Cotton of Bardstown Ky is a guest of Mr and Mrs Mason McMoniglo Misses Lulu Lewis wilt leavo this week tives in Louisville Miss Pearlo Ditto Owensboro and is IF 13000 PEOPLE WITH DOLLARS 13000 Visit Our Store This Week RESULTS WILL KB 13000 Peoplo will go away happy On our bargain counter goes a big lot of special bargains Tho bnttlo nxo of destruction on prlco has fallon - last your choice - - - Â¬ and Eva Carrigan for a stay with rela- Â¬ UUU WASH GOODS Lawns I A and Tinsou cloth worth 15 anl 25c this week only I U Ono lot of Misses Slippers worth 150 this week goods was given to you you could not mako them at tho prlco wo offer them at whllo they last Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cl j vJias has returned from rehearsing for the recital Thursday evening Mr and Mrs G II Casperkc wont to White Sulphus Springs Sunday to meet a paity of friends from Louisville We havo had pleasant rehearsals at the residences of Mrs Taylor Haynes and Mrs Chas Moorman and thanks aro extended Mr P G Bryan Is hero attending to musical Instruments much to tho gratifi cation of musical people lie Is stopping with Mrs Mclntyro Mr James Lewis is In favor of suffrage for he believes most women would vote Intelligently Ho agrees with many noted minds who expressed themselves in Sundays Courier Mr Ephraim Wimp is a great reasoncr and profound in argument Hes a sil verite and an honest one for ho declares he will stop reading and talking becauso allitlrs aro so muddled Sir Jim Hawes Louisville brother of Mrs D W Lewis entered tho matrimonial domain tho fifth of this month He and his bonny bride visited Mr and Mrs D W Lewis last week TheTarilTIslaldon tho shelf Hard times are heard again no moro Coinage nud currency aro uppormost But dress Â¬ making abateth not Every modiste is hurried The recital has increased tho demand for prtty dresses I regret so much to know Dr II M Pusey of Louisville has again been bereft of a companion His second wife was a Miss Kelly and I know of her par- Â¬ ticularly as being a devoted Episcopalian and an ardent worker In church affaire Mr W D Asbcraft School Commis- Â¬ sioner is with tho Administration on financial policy hence he took great pleasure in distributing ex Gov Buck ners views on the subject to tho teachers present for examination at my request Judge 0 C Falrleigh Mr Wru Mc Intyre and Mr T S Coleman wcro delegates to tho Republican Convention Judge Fairleigh is a man of clear insight and fur seeing Ho said to mo Buck ner Is the man for your party to soud to the Senate Mr Falrleigh is sound you see About forty seven teachers were in at Â¬ tendance Friday and Saturday for exam- Â¬ inationnot all teachers either but some undergoing tho test for tholr own satisfaction Euuourago and stlmulato In Culti- Â¬ any way a thirst for knowledgo vation of the mental powers is never re- Â¬ Come ye disconsolate whereer yc languish Lome to the mercy scut lervently kneel gretted Hero brlntf your wounded hentli here tell your Brothor Streot filled tho pulpit at the anBulh Baptist church last Sunday Ho pave us Earth hai no lorrowi but what Heaven can heal sweet spiritual ideas at night on tho familiar text I am tho vine yo aro tho Mrs Webb being absent branches Mrs D W lewis was at tho organ al Â¬ ways filling with pleasure tho position when requested and so acceptably little out of sorts Ri Miss Elsy Yeakelof Loulsvilledaught cr of our townsman Mr Geo Yeakel pans Tabules would servo in has mado quite a numo for herself in your case It is well to have musical circles and her pretty little self gtaced tho columns in Fridays Times them on hand for just such This community will hear her on tho occasions violin and mandolin Thursday night at Itlpam Tubule may be obtained through your my recital as assistant to tho pupils and nearest druggist lrlce jo cents a box Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P U - -LIGHT 8UMMBU COATS rl A n cool to wear look w9l nntl wonderfull shirt savers Get a pick to day MENS STRAW WOrth 25 to - Ono lot of Misses Slippers odd bIzcs well worth 100 Take your cholco at iii- WU - r e T 11P HATS 1 rt n clos-- I ALfW Ing them out at np hp LUU ONE lot of infant Slippers good ono worth GOc They 1 1 LUV will go this week at 1n HOT WEATHER COMFORTS Tliata what wo have Why should you suffer with heat when ing so cheap Como this week wo aro sell- Â¬ SULZERS J 0 NOLTE Assignee Removo tho skin from tho plants nnd cut in strips an inch long pack closly In glass cans and ill cans with cold water then seal tightly stand cans on end to seo if they leak If tho jars aro per feet simple as this method is it will bo found successful If jars are ais tight No cooking will be required Next week how to can Peas CANNED RHUBARB JJarvest is Near at Hand BUY YOUIt 1 0 3 lb MACHINE Better Grades 50 to 75c Good Oil 20c per gal OIL best Where you can get the cheapest Linseed Oil White Lead and Ready Mixed Paint Cheaper than anybody Fruit Jars at Cost Be convinced by calling on Mevitt k Qough BItANDENBUKG Not Sick Enough for the Doctor buta KY R VVV VVkVVV emember that the also alono Como early to the recital and got good seals We expect a delegation from our sister towns The program will be fully carried out aud will consume about two To Whom j ARE BANKRUPTinhealth putts NEVER JDESPAJR hours and a half Piano guitar two violins mandolin on all tho choruses and with several vocal solos and duots we will have tho violin Just say Populist to a frco silver Democrat and he immediately becomes Why the Populists pose as wrathy Jusf now como JefTersonian Democrats situations can no more bo answered than tho proposition that two and two make four but a spirit of investigation and frco thought is abroad in this land of onrs and it cannot be imprisoned any more than the lightning as it darts through tho clouds Dr D 0 Pusoy is silver and thinks tbe Hon Joo S Blackburn ono of tho greatest men of our day Tho Supple- Â¬ ment bis entire speech to tho News last week was perused with great gusto Tho honored gentleman is most assured- Â¬ ly an orator knows how lo Introduce fiilla beautifully to mako them eflectlvo Our own our native State boasts of many sons who have written their names high on the Bcroll of fame She has furnished some statesmen of tho grandest names recorded in history Wo have now the proud names of slrta handed down to sons of purest ray serene and it Is a pity too that eotnu are strung on a golden thread and others on a silver one 1 Notice Is hereby Riven that Mr Percy Hop- Â¬ per Is so longer representing The llreoken and therefore they cin ridge Co Limited not he held la any nay responsible for debts contracted by him ou and after May 20 U05 Notice Is tflven that Mr A Heron Is now the Companys Superintendent at Cloverport Ky II HOIiMYAUD General Manager Breckinridge Co Limited It May Concern Irvington Milling Continue to buy your And make the on the market Go r Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle Sheep FOR SALE On June 15th at 2 p in I property of Jostph MoPberson Flour Meal and Mill Feed We sell Salt Brick Shingles Ccmeut Kono Meal Corn Wheat andTobacco Fertilizers Corn llanters Hay Rakes Wheat Drills Studebaker and Old Hickory Wagons Huggies and Spring Wagons and tho only rollablo Self Kinder and Mower Kindor Twlno etc with a guarantee on each article We sell nothing but first class goods at at prices to suit times Remember tho best is tho cheapest in tho long run Your Inspection patronago and correspondence respectfully solicited will sell tbe deceased on the premises to tbe highest bidder In lots to purchases One third cash balance In suit one and two yean with A per cent interest semi annually payallo at lireckenrldge Sank This property Is sitaated tn loner Cloverport and consists of 9 room dwelling and 300x200 one square from business feet of ground center This ti by tbe wish of the Hairs A 100 ItEWAHD Fo the arrest of a man of tbe folluwinir description I Medium brown mulatto six feet one or two Inches weighs 200 icunds baa a very large foot very ibort balr high cheek bones bad on suit of blue overalls with long black coat when last seen wis wearing a cap Stepbensport Ky May 28 189 It WYAVailN wJPiggott IRVINGTON MILLING CO IRVINGTON KY b m Joiiy Childrens Usdlclne Every borne shouM have a bottle of Ilnk Miitura far A Pinh Mixture OWENS R N Miller ATTORNEY at LAW HARDINSBURa OXOVERrORT KY 00m with Datli R Hurray East Mil Get your laundry packages ready will Lave a boy to call evory Tuesday I Teething Troubles Nooaate No hirmful druc En tkussj by pftysklaa ainf over WUU Blotters SoM by all dal rs an SOc Berne KY Will practice In all tho Courts in the County and surrounding District returning Saturday E CKabbageAgt Ufhlog 19 Thd Worlds Pair Tests fwor aa Uver Pills hv Tuttfs n absolute cure Many of the cltUens o Itaiaaville Indiana are never without a bottle of ChamberlalnH Cough Remedy In the house Mja Jaoob Brown the leading merchant of the pUee Tkk Ketoedy haa proven of so WHek Value for oehk croup and whooping coegU in children thai few mother who kwp ta worth reaiillu to be wttboat It For sale by and Ky A R M4f Gtwerp KiaotMloa 4k 3e F Gtis Brown iTABLERSDII ATTORNEY AT LAW buckeye of Bwk FtM W FLOYB Ca Writs of wtnmmia 4 kv Iron Briilg ruin OINTMENT 0TWNG P Barnes Sold uy SHORT Kinchwloe mm A SURE SHX minus II ATNE8 ATTORNEYS ATTXW Hatflinttburg Office on Main Butd Uarifaabug Kyi SHIRTS north of posloffi trt next door Ky and CERTAIN CURE Unnuunfnr in vaarathe BEST REMEDY fcr PILES MY ill BKUVII jByPyjlyjgl-f-- SSKBSS Lifj vflf TTiSSSSSCmTWMBi flrf tp t LLiZi w wwww - - - TOE BRROKKHRlDBl mWiS GLOimPOJb Latest U B iT Highest of all in Leavening Power OoVt Report STEPHENSPORT There were several fishing patties here last week fioni Ioulsvlllu lhu many friends of Mr Andrew Crawford will be gad to know he la out again Mr James Shellinan Kr nfU l a week or ten days i Icknese wo are glad to re Â¬ port Is out again Mr Itoland Smiths ulster Miss Allelic and his mother and Mis Nora Lcnnlug after a delightful visit of several days left for their home At Hardinsburg Sun Â¬ day afternoon Another fire Alf Adkius taw and grist mill located about ono mile from Sample burned Saturday at noon Loss In tho neighborhood of 400 00 No in- Â¬ surance and cauee of flro unknown Some of the people who crots the county bridges drive over In a trot lope run or anyway to get over but sooner or later somebody will havo some fines to pay Tho law is o 00 finp so look out Look out lest It may Wholl bo first be you so go in a walk Saturday tho eh ellon of school trustees white took pluce hi r and It J Napper who was appointed to fill out tho unex Â¬ pired term of Mr Janus Uiggs was re- Â¬ elected tho The following compose Board Geo McCubblus Chairman C C Grant And It J Napper Mr Win Scott the hustling and pop- Â¬ ular representative of Bridgeport fc Co Stoves etc Louisville Ky was in town last Thursday and to say Wlllio can sell goods dont mean anything but when a man stays with a houso twenty six years ho proves his worth This ho has done sattln Our old friend Jimmy Jenkins of the Central Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky spent the latter part of the week hero woiklng for the interests of his house Mr Jenkins we welcome you whenever you may come this way and we have but one thing to regret in your last trip nud that was the bass didnt bite water too muddy Brother Wm H English filltd the pul- Â¬ pit at the Baptist church Sunday morn- Â¬ ing and at night the regular pastor Brother Hunt having been called to assist Brother Cullom in a protracted meeting at Irvington Brother English we aro proud to say did well and al- Â¬ though the day was excessively hot had a fair congregation A telegram received by Mr C C Lew is Sunday night brought the sad news of the death of Mr W II Houston of Bloonifleld Ky Mr Houston was the father of Mrs S P Styles formerly of our town Mr Houston visited our town once or twice a couple of years ago and madu many friends Cause of death old age FALLS OF ROUGH BIG SPRING RBi Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Won the Case Tho When the Note Falls Due You may lay that life li trouble When the eloudi art to the blue Hut a fellow flndi It double When the Note Fall Duo I HIS FLEA The Evidence Was the Other Way Ex Senator Spoonerof Wisconsin tells this good story showing that tho heart of tho late Judge David Davis was big in proportion to tho size of the rest of his body Sorrows nothing but a bubble That will raniih from the view But tti trouble trouble When the Note trouble t Falli Due And the corn It goes to itubble And the roie It wlthen too Audits trouble trouble trouble When the Note Judge Davis was traveling on his cir- Â¬ cuit and while holding Court in ono of the interior towns was impressed with tho w of ul vibige of a defendant whose case being called arose himself and said Judge I wish if you could you would put this case off Havent you a lawyer to speak for you Yes Judge but ho aint hero and I cant find him nowhere Your Honor we are ready for trial on behalf of the plaintiff said an old mem- Â¬ ber of tho bar and wo insist on going on with the caso please Judge said the defendant Falls Duet single die or double Therell be work enough In a llrlng world of trouble When the Jo It Tor you Note alii Due Atlanta Constitution THE LATE SECRETARY OF 8TATE Incidents in the Life of Walter Q Gresham Among the many interesting stories told of Judge Gresham illustrating his character aro tlio following Oncewhllo on the district court bench in Indiana Judge Gresham told a young man convicted of a crime and about to be sent to the penitentiarythathe might go home for three days to say goodbye to his father who was in his last illness The young man was allowed to go with- Â¬ out a guard on his promise to return to bo sent to the penitentiary This turned out to have its comical side At the end of the three days the young man return- Â¬ ed to Judge Grcsham8omowhat Hurried and indignant He had not understood the judge and instead of coming straight back from his fathers house ho had gone straight to the penitentiary The warden had refused to admit him He had no commitment papers with him or anything else which indicated his rights to become an inmato of the prison and the warden chose to look upon him as an impostor The young man had returned to report the misconduct of the warden in refusing to admit him Ho was turn ed over to the marshal who with the proper papers escorted him to the peni- tentiary where he was promptly ad mitted On another occasion when n Grand Army manwhom Judge Gresham knew was found guilty before his court of robbing the mail Judge Gresham told him he might go homo and spend the night with his family The next day ho was to return and receivo sentence The man faithfully returned and was sent to prison for two years Judge Gresham subsequently signed a petition for tho mans pardon and he was released after serving a year On another occasion Gresham showed bis quick apprehension of what was going on about him A trial was in pro Â¬ gress before him Mr Landis his pri vato secretary in tho state department was ono of tho attorneys engaged In the midst of this trial there came into the courtroom a lawyor of high standing who once held a high placo in the de Â¬ partment of justice at Washington Ho was guardian ad litem for a couple of millionaire children the older being less than ten years of age He asked permission of tho attorneys to interrupt them for a moment to get an order from the court in tho guardianship matter permitting him to sell certain property It was purely a formality ho said and would only tako a moment Ho passed up the papers to Judgo Gresham but something had served to arouse his suspicion Instead of hastily making the order Judgo Gresham Bat cooly bark and for twenty minutes read tho papers through carefully When ho was through with them he asked tho lawyer Have you read theso papers The lawyer said he had Judgo Gresham reached for bis docket and made an entry It took about ten minutes Then ho turned sternly to the lawyer and said I have removed you fromyourguardlan ehip of these children You will havo nothing further to do with either them or their property You can go Then turning to tho lawyers at the table he said Proceed with your case gentlemen Tho lawyor thus abruptly removed from bis guardianship stood a moment as if a planet had struck him and then left the courtroom without asking a ques- Â¬ tion Nor did ho afterwards ever bring the matter up either in public or private He is now practicing law in Chicago Atlanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ put it oir The appeal was so plaintive that the Court said Let it go over until and be sure to have your lawyer here The next day the case was called again and the lean lank defendant rose again Im mighty sorry Judge but mo and mother cant And that lawyer darn him nowhere Wo havo hunted nil over town They say he is on a spree and wont get over it for a week But this is a mighty plain case and I can tell you all about it The lawyer on the other side made no objection and eo the cae was heard The plaintiff with his attorney present Â¬ ed their side of the question to the Court and jury and it seemed very plain to all that the defendant under the law must lose his farm Well what Is your side of the caso said the Judge after tho puintifr got through The plaiutiflgot up and Inafctumbling Well Judge Ill tell you tho way said w hole story Me and my mother have lived on that farm for nigh on 40 years Its all bIios got in the wide world It wasnt much of a place when she got it and it isnt a fancy farm now but its all me and mother have My father died in the year tho war broke out and we buried him under tho big apple tree in the niedJer Three of our bojs went into tho war and left mo with mother Hiram he got killed down in Missouri They sent him home and we laid him under the apple tree John was shot at Ft Donelson and mo and mother buried him Then Thomas he got taken prisoner and tho rebels kept him in Andersonvillo nigh on 10 months until ho was nothin but skin and bone Mo and mother went to meet him when ho got exchanged and if you believe me Judge I did not know- that boy nor mother neither Wo brought him back to tho old place how sumever and tried to get him well but twarnt no good Ho sickened and sick- Â¬ ened and died and thar ho is under the apple tree Now Judge me and mother set a lot o store by tho old place and twould almost kill the lady let alone me if we lose it Of course we owe the money and wed tlo most anything to pay it but I leave it to you Judge and you men on the jury if thoy ought to take that farm away from us In telling the story Judge Davis said Beforo that fellow got through almost everybody in Court had tears In their eyes One of tho ablest lawyers in tho stato was counsel for tho plaintiff and there was nobody except the plaintiff and myself on tho other side but by Jove wo won the caso and those people kept tho farm Chicago Times Herald A Word in Your Ear a word of advice and suggestion It will save you money if you heed it Times aro not as good as they were They aro improving but still we must all retrench Formeily we could afford to subscribe for half a dozen possible oven a dozen newspapers and magazines Now we must get along with two or three Our home paper wo must have cant get along without that anyhow We always found a good deal in tho other papers and magazines that we didnt especially caro for If wo could just get a good weekly journal that would give us tho cream of all theso other pa Little Miss Helen Dow ell went down on the Tell City Sunday morning with Mr II N Elliott to Itoekport Ky4 Mr Elliotts homo Helen will then go on to Itoehester Ky to stay nnit time with her father Mr hoc Doni II who Is con- Â¬ nected with the Cincinnati Cooperage Company at Itoclu ster We trust llolen arrived safely and may have a pleasant trip A Humerous Fact About Hoods Sarsaparilla it expels bad humor and cieatcs good humor A bat Â¬ tle for blood is what Hoods Sarsaparilla vigorously fights and it is Hlways victor- Â¬ ious in expelling foul taints and giving the vital fluid tho quality and quantity of perfect health It cures scrofula salt rheum boils uud other blood diseases Hoods Piuji act easily yet prcHaptly and efficiently on the bowels and liver 2c A BAD SIGN 1 The Boston Seivant Judged by the Baked Beans Test The custom otftfoving baked beans for supper on Saturday nights and again on Sunday mornings is so common in somo parts of New England that tho servant who has lived in New England families cannot eahily adapt herself to any change in this respect This was amusingly illustrated in tho case of a domestic named Hannah who went to live with a family who had mov Â¬ ed to New England from the West On tho morning of the first Saturday in her now homo Hannah came to her mistress and asked Please maam where Is the bean pot The beanpot Hannah We havent any No beanpot maam said Hannah aghast No Hannah we never eat baked beans Dont eat baked beans Why maam what do you eat on a Saturday night About the same that wo eat on any other evening but we never havo beans Hannah departed for tho kitchen mut Â¬ tering something undpr her breath and an hour or two later hor mistress chanced to overheat the following conversation between Hannah and a filend who had called to seo her How do you like your new place I dont think Im going to liko it at all 1 just bellore that these folks are arc well I Just dont bsllevo they are respectablo people Why Hannah Well they never havo baked beans of a Saturday night nor no other time so how can they be respectable Bur Â¬ lington Hawkoyo 1 Its Â¬ pers and magazines the things best worth reading and preserving wo could savo both money and time and still keep up with the worlds doing and thinking Well now you can get just such a journalPublic Opinion published in New York City Write for samplo copy or call at this ofllco for information and special rate if takon in connection with the Uiikckkniiiikik News Â¬ A Valuable Find After years of study and labor thero has at last been discovered a Buro and neverfalling remedy It has been tested on patients who havo despaired of ever being cured the results havo been in every case wonderful Graffs IMieu tnatlc Cure is uncqualed as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute Inflamatory IUieuinatlsra Gout Lum- bago Sciatica Neuralgia especially Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea and all kindred affections It is also a valu able Hlood Purifier being especially use ful in Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all Glandular Enlargement and diseases of the Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely Keyere attacks free from all narcotic are relieved fn from one to three days and a positive cure effected In from five to eighteen days For sate by A It Fkhw Clovaj jwrl Ky inures the fS Heals 1 g- KgREl Running Sores1 Every person big little old or young black or white rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro- Â¬ nounce it tho best cough and lung rem- Â¬ edy on earth Its true too so we guar- Â¬ antee Forsale by Short A HayneaClov II McMullin MoDanlela Co Buras A Taylor Ro setta Ky W EBrown Irviugton Ky A A Richardson Qarflold Ky A R Morris Big Spring Kyj WOMoor man Glondean Ky P Sherron Bros A Co Kirk Ky I Horace Scott Har 11 - orportDr M Meyer Serpents Sting S I AflHTillBUS In all tti ttaei com if ii7 aria tea ia br I flflB PflKfjH BB8 OoMlnatatorM ndulcfa rleM Coin nflfuiiii A IH dlnsburg Ky be t7sVU4 BUHI IBMfTiWa IB IBS UBIUB ul WhUk kafeJU to liar MM ftf lT ttoaaa mi Ism iit- M WeoHtf AtMaU A aaa AMrM X baallna Dowera ltra- nnftnn and builds m Iha aTrtatn Imm 4 lu Imaal I hMa uimIm n Oa I wamt orerr sun and woaaa Is HI aM M WtU NOTICK Mrs Frank Peyton returmd from Hur Theciit w orms hat o about disappeared i dlntliurg Tuesday Mr and Mis Jewlu Clarksou wero In Mr L Jreen went to Iliudinib irg llrai dc nburg Inst Thursday Tuesday on liuslnem MiFirH 11 Meyer and Tom Hardin Hi v Dr Lumbiilh and wifn went to were In IjOuIbvIIIu last wick I lardiiisliurg Tuesday iiimI riluuied Wi ti Dr Sirolherand G A Meador attend nt sdity Mr Hardin Wilson and family of ed ppoaking at Flaherty last Thursday MIfr Eula Divls and sUti r of Kidney Louisville havo engaged to ppend a few weeks ut Mr Frauk tons hotel this ville wero visiting friends ui ar hero last wet k euinmir MissMcCracken and MtaAinandaPeau Miss Lou Lancaster of Flaherty was and Mr nud Mrs A M McCmcken the guest of Mrs II Moyor one day last aro the guests of Mrs L Green a few wik days this week Miss Zelma Strolher was visiting J I its Helen Brown returned home friends in the Hew ley ville neighborhood omu back again Miss Helen last wctk Saturday you havo left many friends behind who Miss Lady Clarkson who has been lu will always be glad to wilcomo you to Elegant In Design Louisville for several weeks has re- Â¬ their homes Superior In Worktnanshlp Mr Editor please pardon me but If turned home Quito n crowd of our young people at Â¬ I may I should like to speak a few Strong and Easy Rnnnlng words to our pastois wlfo through the tended Childrens Day at Bowleyville columns of tho News as I feel it Is my the first Sunday Mr Charlie Morrlp who is n guager in duty to vindicate both myself and peo- Â¬ are the sort of bicycle most ple I wroto nothing except what I tho revenue servlco returned home last know and believed to bo the truth I Saturday for a months rest makers charge MOO for was among that crowd w ho wero uncere- Â¬ Misses Lena Drury and Blanche Jolly Columbias are far superior to so called moniously Bhut out and was among the of Bewleyvllle were the guests of Miss first who arrived therefore I was an eye AlUliobio Moorman last Wednesday is asked specials for which 12 or even witness and did not get it through hear Mr Jno D Babbaee the ecnlal Editor It is well to be posted upon the bicycle say Tho lady should have said poisons of the News was with us last Wcdncs instead of tho person who camo to her day shaking bunds and increasing his price situation gate for they were three little girls I subscription list The great Columbia plant is working for sent them down to tho house myself and Prayer meeting at tho Methodist they camo back and said It was twenty church on Wednesday evenings and at the riders benefit as usual minutes till eight and that the pastor tho Baptist church on Thursday evenings would not return Tho little girls did All aro invited to come not go to tho gate but went Into the Rev J M Street of Louisville Baptist house Then too she said the fair one Theological Stmlnary pastor of the should not forget that her form had not Baptist church here Is boarding with darkened the church doors for seven Mr James Brown for tho summer months I suppose such nn ironical MFG CO Messrs Albert Thompson and John General Office and Factorlei expression was tho duty of tho true llarJIn candidates for the Legislature HARTFORD Conn christian but she should remember that from Meade county spoko here last hanoh STOntai the church has been opened for others Wednesday and both ore free silver men r3C Chicago San frandaco Boitoa and that there were times when tho pasMr Dick Board of Constantine neigh Providence Kew Tork Buffalo tor and wife were not present or perhaps borhood who has been attending the because I hi have myself they did not Elkton Training School passed throuuh The Columbia Catalogue a work of highest art telling of and pictur- Â¬ see mo There is danger even of a true hero en route homo and was the guest of ing clearly nil the new Colurablua i7iiHiiiiiiiiBw d Â¬ christian unintentionally breaking a com- E W Jones anu Jianiorus is ireo iromuujr wu umbla Agent or la mailed for two mandment through their hear say or the Thei ervicesatjho Methodist church cent itatnps Impossibility of keeping up with the laitSunJay were couducted by Brother goings and coming of a stranger My L Joel Casey of Vine Grove Brother dear lady there aro flvo or lix other Cundiff having been called away to WM 0 ALLEN churches within a few miles of my home preach n funeral Now I think your Insinuations wire Agent for the Columbia nnd Hartford Ricvclcs Some folks will think that Dr Bells meant to leave the impression that I Cloverport Ky had not heard a sermon or attended Pine Tar Honor is no better than the church during all theso seven mouths common cough remedies until thoy try You are mistaken I have been hi the it Then they will know for themselves Falls of Rough church several timesdur that its tho best on earth For salo by ing the tlmo specified iu your letti r nnd Shoit A Iloyncs Cloverport Dr R I havo also heaid the ptstor deliver one II McMullin MoDanlela M Meyer sermon but in tho meantime I have Co Buras A Taylor Rosotta W E There will be a licnlc on the been to other churches In another Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson county 1 had tho pleasure of listening Garfield A R Morris Big Spring Ky to several good bchiious Tho minister W C Moorman G lendeano Ky P Sher- Â¬ was not of your denomination but he ron Bros A Co Kirk Ky Horaco Scott was gentle and polite and I believed him Hardinsburg Ky to bo a good man Besides all during GARRfcTT tho winter and spring and for several At the usual place at I have read the grand and beauti- Â¬ years Mr Casper Funk was at home Satur Â¬ ful sermons of tho great Talmage I only day night regret that I am not ono of those who Mr II Miles of Louisville spent a havo tho good fortune to listen to his few days this week here For the benefit of a now church magnlfllcent discourses each Sunday I Mr George Casperke and Will How- Â¬ could give truo and gocd excuses for not ard of Brandenburg was hero He will Thursday Everybody Is invited A fine speaker will bo secured for tho occasion hearing tho pastor before and oftener x Mr J T Jones of Ekron was here not make a political haranguo but will speak on questions of importance toovery cuseswhich woidlidicateiveuacuuch Tuesday representing the Deering Ma- Â¬ Thero will bo citizen and will say things that every patriotic citizen should hear member but will refrain No I was not chine Company coo J music and a fine dinner Mako your arrangements to go as it will bo a grand at prayer meeting that night and I am Mr and Mrs John Funk gave the day for all THE COMMITTEE truly glad that I was not but I think I young folks a social Saturday night should have felt raoro shame even for which was well attonded DANIEL BROOKS J O BOUKNK J M HARPER tho pastor who would or could so lose Dr Miles wife and son returned home tho control over his temper than thoso Monday after spending a few days with who had the rudeness to laugh Here- relatives in Breckenridge CO BOURNE BEOOES tofore the Falls of Rough has been noted Mrs James RIcketta and childron of for tho good behavior of its congrega- Â¬ Brandenburg spent a few days this week tion If there has been rudeness ill be- Â¬ with her mother Mrs Crutcher havior or disrespect to the pastor be has Miss Eva Buckler spent Wednesday provoked it If ho did not want any and Thursday the guest of her aunt squealing ho should have rebuked more Miss Howard of GurnelUvillo CATTLE HOGS AND BHBEP kindly and been polite to the people and Joe Prather and son of Mr Will not just sat down like a ton of lead Tho Prat her fell off a horse last Sunday even LOUISVILl KY people havo too much self respect to ing and broke his arm just above the BOURBON STOCK YARDS bear everything w Ithout a fe w weak cries wrist I read the lUth chapter of 1st Corinthians Mrs John Fousheo returned to her as requested to do but tho sLoj does not home Sunday after being confined to fit me therefore I will not wear it It is her bed several months at her parents rnorniETons my honest opinion that charity begins near Guston at home But if that chapter is applic Â¬ Mrs Eliza Shacklett and brother Mr able to mo is it not applicable to the p arÂ¬ John Tttell of Ekron spent Saturday I think it is There night and Sunday the guest of J W sons wife also l were ono or two persons who objected Tuelland family EXPORT BOTTLE BEER for Family Use to my mentioning the pastors f mil is in Several from here went to Branden Â¬ my items I suppose they were tho ones burg Friday and Saturday to attend the TcTcpuoireuftVuira 2 who destroyed their papers I am sorry Teachers Examination we hopo they they did It for I was anxious for him to will all meet with success know the opinion of tho majority of tho Mr R L McGuflin was in town Wed Hairpin and belt buckle attached for people I thought It might teach him a nesday night Mrs Franco Ritchie and 20 cents Something new at Babbages lesson and perhaps he would learn to daughters Minnio and Lena spent ono I it takes a rich man to draw rMWMuA control his temper and do better And evening this week at Mrs Cruteherd check a pretty girl to draw atten Â¬ I will say again and I mean and be- Â¬ tion a horse to draw a cart a lieve what I say that all or any one who No froe lunch to draw a crowd and gives way to their anger are under the in- Â¬ Epperson Ky an advertisement in the News fluence of the evil ono angor is an evil to draw tho trade DuirSiri I always say a good word and It begets evil For the bnefit of those who say my letter was malicious for tho Electropolso whenever I havo an I will eay they aro very wrong I had no opportunity as I think I owo to my malicious feelings or Intentions I did it neigbors and friends to let them know of because I thought it my duty to expoeo it Tho doctors are inclined to make fun a minister whose cross temper has work- Â¬ of me as well as the Electropolso for tho ed a great deal of harm The pastor dis- Â¬ stand I take but such evldenco as I have courses well and wo like to go to hear of its merits would convince the most CL0VERP0RT KENTUCKY means so much more than Ono instanco that I consider him when ho is not angry It Is his tem- Â¬ skeptical Alao Wholeule and Retail Dealera la ryou imagine serious and as remarkable as any other that I have per and impoliteness to which wo object Yellow Pine Flooring and Celling Natal diseases result from not his preaching The pastors wife ap Â¬ ever seen happened this past spring ShlsleB Lathi Line The Monday aftor Easter during that Krinincr ailments neglected pears to bo a kind good woman but if wry cold winter tho mon brought a Hair CentRt Brlek course sho forgets herself in defense of Dont olav with Natures her husband I am told that she sits young calf to the uouso nearly frozen to r greatest gut Dears Sash aad Blinds health aud weeps whon he rebukes so harshly death put it to tho fire and we all work- Â¬ mA all kinds of Building Material ed with it from daylight until about 11 IIouarfllnr I bellevo in order and good b havior IVllllW Sole AgenU for ana generally ex- - J everywhere but most especially in the oclock when all hands gavo it up Tho hautlcU ixivous M froth was running out of its mouth and Homestead Fertlllzere and troy houso of God and the pastor will receivo have no appcfllc aim cm wora J it could not swallow I attached the every attention and will havo no cause begin il oncelik lene Meal to chide if Le will only be kind Was Elcctropolse and in a short time it began blc ureiif Ihenlnir 1 to show signs of returning vitality and Ordwi aoeoaapaalnad with tha oath promptly not Christ kind and gentle to all and mtdlclnewhlchfi j Hioikilft Irnli Hit mud why should not christians try to Imitate in one hour swallowed milk and sat up tert A Jew bot J 1 ll evrt his gentle manners ss near as It is in and bleatob and about 4 oclock was out come linmm Jn vru tfteatirow the J their power I am not a church nieni in tho yard with its mother and inside OST IN QUANTITY BMTINQUALI 3 of two days was as frisky a little calf as mii 441 ber but I want to be a christian 111 ujli ttsJi and No one who saw the calf you ever taw to tak J I dont want that kind of religion whoso had any hope of its getting well and yet shining light is frowns and angry criti Â¬ there are people foolisin enough to say cisms I dont bellevo that suits Heaven that the Electropolso works Its cures by DysMBsJ Ktdnev and Liver but I do want that kind which is a Neuralgia TreublM brightness or gentleness I believe that Imagination I would like to ask how WHITES CREM r CoMtlfMtlQfl Bad Blood true religion is joy and that It present a much imagination the calf had MRS B II PR YOB f Maktrl Nervowa attawits 4 smiling face and pleasant words and I j VofM cetptIflU think that Is the only kind we will find Mr G T Hughes of Sullivan likewise l FOR YEARS only Gton lhgtnula lt hat croa4rd- j in the Kingdom of Heaven H reports geed result from thta treatment r Hhm all WORM RainaJlaa tb wriwwr All otbcia ara auk- 1 recwiix w two ac wnu wiHi im EU ct repotse re ted WHY 10TTLE lUARANTEtl mummmmm 80 60 vryrrArrtc abC iirti J A A artford JJicycles El Â¬ Â¬ ly am Hartfords 2ffl H0 22l olumbias- - 100 POPE v Â¬ -- tJ Mmmmmn 3STOTIOES it Fourth of July St Romaulds Catholic Church A M Â¬ HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ Serin Ackermann Brewing Co MAIN STRRETBREWERY LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Zl Faith Cure In Poor Health n J - GREGORY GO wharmasters L rz Browns Iron 1 Bitters bSt plst llil yr It Cures WORMS ld ui x fi i vermifuge ao OUIIa JlHVtHUayr Bw3aas ti ST UM SWIFT SPECIFIC COAHartJ U HMtttHk Children Cry for Pltohtrs CijiUrliu 4 iu DUIOIS MM WEii EanUvllla v rNHl ATCHHe Kf f wwrtn vnmaiiwpi vi swiwwn PW 4fAyVAfVAyAyAA ai i V 5J