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IT THE BKECKENRIDGrE NEWS vol xix My Bird and L Written by I CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 191895 NO 48 1 THE DEMOCRATS OP BEECKENHIDGE COUNTY DECLARE FOR HARDIN AND FREE SILVER AT 16 TO uc A Strong Silver Letter orderly as it has been of rocont years New Tork Boys Tho boys who have grown up to bo men Mr J C Clarke president of tho Mo Tho Rev Mr rotors of tho Dlooming dalo Church prcachod a sermon on tlia hero since his own youth aro generally bllo and Ohio Railroad Company has Enemies of Youth last Sunday and in better behaved than wero thoso who written tho following letter to tho New tho courso of it read this extract of a canto before him Thoy aro less of sava Yorkllorald I am a blmelalllst I bellevo in both iottcr written by tho Hon Abram ti ges and there is every reason tp forecast that thosq who are to bo tho men of the gold and silver as good and sound money Hewitt futuro will exhibit further and continu- I think thero should bo no discriminaI tometlmet wonder that any boy in thlt city growt up In the path of virtue the aiiodatlom ous improvement They havo n bottor tion at tho United States mints in tho Mr Hewitt on Â¬ 1 One crenlnf of a lonely day In the etrly part of May at beneath an apple tree J And a tweet blrJIe sang to me Â¬ Â¬ 1 ri tv w E t i Thl waa the burden of hi tons That he aanjj the evening long Swinging In the apple tree t love my lot e and the loves me Oh bird do hush I then did lay Dont yon grow tired the live long day t Of tinging In the apple tree f New itop awhile and talk to me i lie ruffled up hit little throat g And trilled he forth another note Then tfopped and teemed to me to lay What do you with to talk of pray f Sweet bird I tald do tell to me Why you twlng In the apple tree An3 ting of love the whole day long Dont you know no other long I Iter Opened wide hit pretty eye AnJ looked at me with great turprlte illUll you but you know without Theret nothing cite to ting about 1 here are to demoralising that It It almost a mir Â¬ acle If any boy eicapet the evil Influence ol the aaloont the gtmbling houses and the lower Class of entertainments Sl4WtotAAS Red Hot Facts CARPETS ALL WOOL It is wonderful that a boy anywhero grows up in the path of virtue naymorc it is wonderful that ho grows up at all in any path Tho feeblest creature in tho animal creation is a baby Its birth is surrounded with perils Without con- Â¬ stant enro extonding over years it cannot live It cannot of Iteolf mako tho battle for existence but must bo watched over protected and nurtured bv others After a short period of maternal caro a calf or a puppy js turned put tolookafter iteolf but a child must be tenderly and con- Â¬ stantly cared for in actual infancy and for years ihorcaftor Tho most critical period of a childs life so far as tho as Â¬ saults of disease aro concerned is ex Â¬ tended by vital statistics to his fifth year During boyhood tho dangers in his path because pi his indiscrotion both physical and moral aro innumerable and it is wonderful that ho survives them They continue throughout his youth and they remain in his manhood He is always surrounded by temptations wheroyer ho may bo They may como from outside of himself or they may come from with Â¬ in Tho effort to exclude and sequestrate hlra from tho one may only servo to incrcaso theichances that ho may becomp tho victim of tho other Ho cannot bo kept away from them wherever ho bo and whatever tho influences about him Ho can cscapo them no moro in the isolation of a remoto country farm than amid the crowd and bustle of a groat town Is it not wonderful then as Mr Hewitt sometimes thinks that all boys de not al Â¬ turn out bad and that thoy have ways in the past gono to tho devil T But practically tho great mass of them turn out well and tho desperadoes are com- Â¬ paratively few Tho raco has advanced steadily from savagery to civilization Tho career of Mr Hewitt himself 1ms been honorable and exemplary in tho eyes of all men yet ho was brought up in New York amid tho vory influences and surrounded by the demoralizing associations from whoso contaminating consequences ho wonders that any of tho present generation of boys can escape Of courso in his boyhood and youth tho population of the town was only a very small part of what it is now but tho saloons tho gambling houses and tho lower class of entertainments existed then and relatively they ivere as many as they aro now if not moro A minister from New England who visited New York before tho Revolution recorded his impressions that oyen then both tho youth and the manhood of tho place woro going straight to the devil becauso of the multitudebfgrog shops and vicious resorts of many kinds The records of tho polico fifty years ago show that the demoralising influences woro moro prev alent than thoy are now and that pro- Â¬ portionately they were actually more harmful in their demonstrated conse Â¬ quence in the breeding of criino and depravity larkhurst would then havo found a relatively wider field for his peculiar activities and ho could havo found it at any tirao and under every administration of the municipal Govern- Â¬ ment from tho very beginning Tho dovil was always about seeking whom he could devour but always tho great mass of tho boys escaped from his clutches They grew up in the path of virtue in spite of tho oyil influences of which Mr Hewitt speaks formerly more dangeroua and less resisted by public sentiment than thoy are now Meantime tho town has increased to tho proportions of one of the great capi- Â¬ tals of the world Counting all its own and all those who come under tho in- Â¬ fluences of which Mr Hewitt speaks it has become the second city of the world in magnitude It has increased by tho Incoming of a vast multitude of foreigtj ers and of migrants from all parts of the Union itself chiefly from tho country but the nucleus of the population still remains tho descendants from the inhab Â¬ itant whoso boyhood was passed amid Surroundings and associations of the sort described by Mr Hewitt All the two million people now In the titular New York and the three millions la the real New York are under these influences and the majority have grown up from boyhood under them but the number who have departed from the path ol virtue simply because of that particular environment is small Never in Mr Hewitts boyhood days was the tovm to Hear you ting a little tong Dont you ting of your true love t t No bfrdle dear I never do Fori have no lover true Ive mtny frlendt within my call Dut no true love among them all oltentt I fly along the house you move At about 1oot maiden then he teemed to tay Imiorrj tor you thlt tweet day t It I had no trne love tmall I dont believe Id ting at all But I will tell you what Ill do I will find for you a loyer true II you II tell me where to find One thats lulled to your mind Oh tweet birdie If you do a friend to you Hon raise your wlngt and fly away And March for hlra In Iowa Union Star May 4 1895 Ill always be Jjr 7 Ik W 0v A Principle to Stay By The silver sentiment is growing every day and lias already assumed magnificent Bimetallism should not proportions however relax because they havo pro- Â¬ gressed so far They must maintain the ground they have already won and add to it The battle is on for a series of years The dispute about the money system cannot bo settled during the present Administration but thoso who are for a solid metallic and safe currency which tho silver men demand as against a fiat paper currency irredeemable in anything such as tho gold monometal- Â¬ lism demand must not rest No one who is ordinarily wlso will deny that the Fresldent of the United States has a tremondous power In direct- Â¬ ing tho policy of his party Ho has an army of office holders and men who ex- Â¬ pect office Ie has the benefit of that general disposition in a party to stand by its leader even if ho should go wrong rwasinniillv Iln linn thn arivantacn in wily controlling the ignorant olement fa his party men who yell for the leader without knowing why thoy do it Mr Cleveland is using all his power aejaiaet bimetallism He is on record as warning his office holders against having independent views or acting independ Â¬ ently All the appointments he makes have in them tho manifest purpose to demoralize the silver advocates iet this not bo a discouragement The living principle must endure The great s masses of the people aro not or office seekers Tho frown of the President or any other man has ho terror for the thoughtful millions They will yiold to Mr Cloveland his rights to hold his opinion and they will demand the right to hold their own Let tho office holders bewaroi Thoy are marked Tho powqr that appointed them has placed the brand of groveling obedience ob them The President has fixed it so that no office holder can be a silver man without being in danger of losing his official head At the same time ho has arranged the matter so that no office- Â¬ holder can be a gold man or Indifferent to the question without being laid under the suspicion that he Is so because he wears a collar There may be among the office holders many men who aro against silver honestly and they are entitled lo entertain their views and advocate hem but eyerbody will think ttisy are merely acting when the wire is puljed from Washington Let the honest sllvermeu pursue the even tenor of their way but be no lag garde Let them not lay too much hope i Uie promise of international agree Â¬ ment The President Is against silver M aay terms Success depends on the ltwg eonttaued activity and vigilanee of tW free silver men Cincinnati En office-holder- nt coinage ol cither metal I bellovo that our government could and should coin Ave hundred millions of silver chiefly in dimes quarters and half dollars for uso and circulation in our own country that tho United States government In lees should issuo no paper mono denominations than 10 nor coin any gold in less denominations than 5 Mako all silver that is coined by the United States government a legal tender at its faco value for all debts privato and public in tho United States If our peoplo contract debts in foreign countries thoy will in tho future as they havo in tho past pay their debts in tho lawful money of such countries where tho debts are duo If international agreement can bo secured to iccognize silver in all coun- Â¬ tries I am in favor of thatbut no silver that is coined by forelgu countries shall bo a legal tender in tho United States unless such foreign countries shall make silver that is coined by the United States government a legal tender at its faco value in such countries If no international ajreement can bo made then I am in favor of our own government coin- Â¬ ing silver for tho use and benefit of our own peoplo in the prosecution of business and tho development of our countrys re-Â¬ sources to whatever extent the country in its growth population and business may from timo to thno require St 10 to 1 or whatover ratio to gold the United States congress acting for tho whole peo- Â¬ ple of our country shall dctermino is right Just and proper in tho interest of tho American people east west north and south It is a sensible level headed letter Hoods Sarsaparilla gives great bodily aid it shows that tho cause of free silrtr nerve mental and digestive strength is making progress among our railroad simply because it purifies vitalizes and monnnd in business circles enriches tho blood It isagoqd sign to sco tho leading men of other occupations joining hands with our farmers in regard tp tho finan- Â¬ BRANDENBURG cial question chanco for such advancement becauso tho surrounding moral conditions are improving Thoso conditions aro shown by exper- Â¬ ience to bo moro favorable for boys so far as the path of virtuo is concerned than tho conditions prevailing in small towns and villages and country districts Tho roughest most depraved and most hopeless typo of youth is to bo found in such places Tho coarsest vice is rela- Â¬ tively moro frequent thero Tho most debased and besotted Intelligence are found thoro As a rule the social friction and variety of a great town tend to en- Â¬ liven and elevate youth from tho country who como under their influence It is easier for them to get tho amusement and recreation to which thoy aro natu- Â¬ rally impolled without resorting to codrso dissipation and falling into do proved companionship They havo a far greater variety of occupations for their leisure to chooso from and tho distractions that lead away from vice and vicious meditations are far moro numer- Â¬ ous They aro amid temptations of course but wherever thoy grow up thoso abound outsido of themselves and inido of themselves Tho miracle Mr Hewitt is not that any of the boys of New York grow up in the path of virtue if any miracle there be but that the human animal has developed from tho savagery of his natural stato into a creaturo so usually tamo and self restrained as ho has now become and that ho has made this pro- Â¬ gress of his own motion or as religion teachc8under the supernatural guidanco of Heaven Â¬ TAPESTRY VELVETS MILES AHEAD And Still Shoveling bn Coal NovciTiavo tho peoplo to thoroughly realized THE ADVAN TAGES of S T MOORE COS PEERLESS SYSTEM of doing business People used to think themselves poor beforo thoy would resort credit but now thoy drive up in carriages they como on bicycles and drop off street cars BED BOOM HUNDREDS OF VARIETY IN EVERY WOOD IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS MOQUKTTKS BODY BRUSSELS In W1LT0N8 stylo and pattern the latest WHITE ENAMLED AND GOLD MATTINGS CHINA JAPANESE COTTON YVAUP DINING ROOM INLAID Any prico or stylo you want PARLOR SUITS IN OAK BIRCH MAHOGANY TABLES CHAIRS SIDEBOARDS CHINA CLOSETS The GreatJIanufacturers Agents BITTING ROOM COUCHES SOFA BEDS BED LOUNGES ETC Many Styles of Upholstery RTJQS MOQUETTE ORIENTAL ART SQUARES Great variety siza patterns ICE BOXliS REFRIGERATORS and congratulate themselves with pardonablo prido as they con- Â¬ template tho great change thoy havo wrought in the peoples FURNITURE and CARPET BUYING It is nothing remark Â¬ able It is being accommodating only plain common decency Good honest accommodation nover cost a discreet person a dollar Got that framed and hang it up where you can see it It is tho biggest lump of truth you over sllpned on these public benefactors do not got excited or slip off tho Bidewalk thoy just simply tell you a great big truth Tho simplest and easiest way to buy CARPETS FURNI- Â¬ TURE ETC Is to go to HEAEQUARTERS JEFFERSON THROUGH TO GREEN AVE BET FOURTH AND FIFTH LOUISVILLE KY where freight costs you nothing Look them right in tho faco and tell them what you want to buy how and w hen you want to pay for it then there is not a wagon big enough except tho World Mover that will hold all you want to buy SETTEES every kind LACE CURTAINS NOTTINGHAM IRISH POINT BRUSSELS NET AND DRAPERIES In silk and plain figured EMBROIDERED SWISS 3 KITCHEN STOVES RANGES FREIGHT PAID 200 MILES QUEENSWARE CUTLERY TINWARE t STMoore Co J kt4tvvvvMmmmHHmmfmvtkib tt Remarkable Â¬ tlrr Meet of Prayer J m r TU effect ol payer oa a Kefublicaa oovOaMo n was illustrated at Loevile AMarSabbi Moses made a straight out tingle ooUl standard prayer the convea- - Last Saturdays mail brought mo a pleasant surprise a letter a dear kind ono from my mothers own cousin A J Alexander of Louisville or Cousin Jackson as Vo children knew and called him Ho and his excellont wlfo aro making their home with their oldest son Dr J B Alexander Third Avenue Tho letter brought up a Past replete with hallowed associations and tender memories Their home was an idoal one of true Kentucky hospitality in her very palmiest days and in it comes to my mind vivid pictures of my own and others lives when wo were all as happy as Jsongs upon tho Mr and Mrs Chas Moreman waters have the old home stead Col Buckncr Mrs Moretnans father having bought it from Cousin Jackson and it is yet as then a lovely place Cousin Jackson is quite an old gentleman but his hand- Â¬ writing and diction do not denote ago but clearness of intellect and originality of thought Ho says I take great pleas ure In reading your weekly interesting letters in the News which I have taken somo years to hear from my old friends in Meade and Breckenrldgo and jour I am letter is tho first we all read to see you are a glad he continues followor- of Bucknor Your honored father would I know havo been for sound money wero he living for such men as Carlislo and Bucknor are safe leaders and may their wise counsel pre Â¬ vail and old Kentucky redeem herself next fall He sends regards to all old friends Ah I how many havo gono would bo realized should tho roll be called The same mall brought me a letter from GenS B Bucknor himself sendlnir me fifty copies of his currency views for Ho says I appreciato tho distribution stand you havo taken in tho Nswh I am receiving encouraging letters dally I made quick from all over the State hasto to send out tho Generals Views and many of my friends said Since tho General has come out on currency we will support him and wo aro hoping to Mr James hayo a speech from him Lewis has bad a letter from him but I know of no appointment for this place and can only hope wo aro on his list of appointments I am frequently asked Why dont you declare for Itepresenta tive as you are always for or against 7 Bide a wee The time has not come My most particular friend is a staunch advocate of Mr J D Hardin and yot shes sound currency and Buckner That doesnt matter uqdor existing affairs ol the party Â¬ Â¬ - A Valuable Find ONLY CENTS After years of study and labor thero has at last been discovered a suro and A Book nevorfailing remedy It has been tested on patients who havo despaired of over being cured tho results have been in every caso wonderful GrofTs Rheu matic Cure is unequaled as apositlve remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum Â¬ Neuralgia especially Sciatica bago It is a book for everybody who de- Â¬ Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea and sires to know the facts about fiance ull kindred affections It isalso a valu- Â¬ and currency able Blood Purifier being especially use- Â¬ ful in Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all IV YOU WANT TO KNOW Glandular Enlargements and diseases of All About Gold the Liver and Kidnoys It Is absolutely TttEUJD freo from all narcotics Sevore attacks aro relloved fn from ono to thrco days II YOU WANT TO KNOW and a positive euro effected in from five All About Silver to eighteett days For salo by A R Fisher Oloverport Ky Â¬ COINS Financial School Springs Now open and ready for guests Tar kfvsyt JkjiJOl First class accomodations Rates by the day 150 By the week SOO Reduced Rates on all Railroads IT H- - You See Its This YOU WANT TO KNOW BEAD IT Currency This first class summer re- Â¬ All About IK YOU WANT TO KNOW RBAD IT Way Weve More Steam On I Quicker way than It is a givo What Causes the Hard Times re a3d it To Double the Sales we Take about tho Short Road Prices clos- Â¬ er than ever Marvellous There is no values NOTE OUR PRICES 10 pes Crash a good thing for tho price only 3c worth anywhero Cc Ono lot pf wool filling Challie nico patterns and good quality worth 20c to go quick at 10c One cose more of those flno French Ginghams desirable patterns at only 7Jo theso goods aro worth 12 12 pes Cotton Challles assorted pat Â¬ terns at the unheard of price of 15c goods are worth 10c 20 doz ladles ribbod Vests at 5c book for tho peoplo and will them moro correct information that Gold Silver Bnd Currency sort is now in good repair with If good hotel accomodations you want to spend the summer or a week or a day there is no more lovely spot on earth than this to while away the hot summer months All we ask is a visit Â¬ Saturday June 22 1895 There will be a Pic nic and Ball at night Fine music and plenty of refreshÂ¬ Â¬ Than will bo found in any book on political economy It is so plain and simple that any ono can easily understand it It is a book for the business inn the professional innn the farmer and the laboring innn It was writ- ten in tho interest of each of them Democrat Whether Republican or Populist every man who votes should read it UK bUUE TO CAM OK ments Everybody invited Richardson JttMttMtMttMtttJSMtttMSJStSI Board PROPRIETORS Tht most ctntrallu loeswi 10 at7Jc 50 pes of Hoosier Cotton left you can come and get It as long as it lasts at old kVtyWVViHHVIWWWi Ull III SEND JOU IT price - iww went right on ana stMuuien unmet trolly Bu RabW Moses OHgbt to read tWengMntate and kiiMireil ailment noth IwC chapter of the first Book of ing ttproMbM It m a renwdTi tfc QtopaMes ami Hrttect on the talents of goVand the telenta of alive which JPftvM the Kla proposed lor the build- - PIERCE--CURE Woi Um Temple And after Babbl IfOMftY RKTUXNKD SB tee road wHTwfleeted he will tbere wim a doyble standard aiaon t Mr Adruul TJlw- MSBSHShtL te Umsimb people David the King wfesJ VW hlnaelf one of the graataot aad the or DNr w Meoat ef the royal race of Israel and his people were like unto him in their yiews Uuaa a MJteisMi jj tMhe value of the peelou jnetala awl flogg Crys H course U need of a double ttaudard tJruot tteittd My as- ft ceft not be expected thai the Republl prtlt wsi too oath- anything about the las tewaMtl to hurt mm CAB party knows ttualst Mylraprov writtafls but Uabbl Moses surely flWK sfi fMat VM WflCMtjffMI iflstsWiIti Gorinftoo Commonwealth PNBtOrf or ewe It 1 Â¬ ABOVE ALL OTHERS Dr FtereVs OoUr Msdlesl Dkoovtry ta Ttrjr dfanat otutwd by torpid Hver er Ira BweMoetLi For DthjwU IJvw nil ftowel ll tK tJr7tSl Every person big llttlo old or young black or white rich or poor who has ever used Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey pro Â¬ nounce It the best cough and lung rem edy on earth Its true too so we guar Â¬ antee Forsale by Short A HayneeGov erport Dr It H McMullin McDanlels M Meyer A Co Bares A Taylor RoÂ¬ sette Kyj W EBrowu Jrvlngton Ky A A Richardson Garfield Kyf A It W 0 Moor Â¬ Morris Wg Spring Xy Gleudeeae Ky 1 fUterroa Bros man k Co Kirk Ky Hemee Seott liar jjneburg Ky Hew line of ladles beH lHtkleiM sored ooloa at Burmas lor IS teak each One case of ladies black Seamless floso only 10c per pair or 3 pair for 25c great Â¬ est value we over had A ladies slip Â¬ We still havo all sizis per patent tip all solid nice goods at paly 50c per pair See our assortment of ladles slippers at Tho greatest values wo 75c and 100 ever offered Ono more lot of thoso nice suits worth 0 to sell them quicker we offer them at 5 A good Cottoaade Pant at 40o Our OSo shoe for Gents Lace or Con gress yott will not duplicate anywhere for twice the money Caipets ami Oil Cloths at leweet prices 1 IS A Wg line of Straw Mat limn Â¬ 3c cost you roeTiAr IT WIM Only 25 Cents Jno D jflifc wlnwItiiWitTcnP w l 1 eiCPCROAY f j RATES rlottlinUttclttf tABBBBIIBHIk Cabbage OLOVERPORT KY PENNYROYAL 9 monthly mtVilctM for ladle IRAIMCS fiui nffiiUt tlM ptluleaf Jritj beHh7 n4 duKhanro Ho achfti or pJn on r mnoWu proMfe Kow tued hj Oncuxl vlUuMiLffaiX I01 iXfJIttlll kjvK ItM Ata illnu mIMi HuVML Utxd WAFERS to ruwv broduotag A iptolA l j JOHNSON MANAaCR or S5 IduisYiLLE Ky taint AiJfi biM For salo by CHAS C MARTIN rrwlUtlBrsgeto OHEHTZ EOYALTY t 30aml5c OhUdrmiOryfor lbs lor a Silver A bright N O sugar p dollar Doyw want window ektwUt We Your patronage will be appreciated UifiM over thi link if Hiniiuburj Have some at are aligbtly soiled TKey are mounted on spring rotlew Tbe 1U fcHt ltffe1 tfwHat leet Mm ad to y btMiaeM I the line of Survey Will attend beet line etetli we are oleeiMg tbew tyfctg to oat for 00 ami 75 ceota a pair fonaefty corner a ejseetalty y Correejvwwlettoa in rejpml to any boiHkueti e Mufc aamw Jeo a Notary PuWlc and eavke Um BfeaWijilge aolteitmU wtnt from 80 to flOO A rare bergei tjaatj of mryeylf H partwe tteeire H Ko Is your opportunity ao mm mv- - ledgamtmta ol Jeoitat AtUrewi at Hanttaatxug TCy vapaautti HUKOENIUWkvXY Window Shades COUNTY SUEYETOE i Geo Yeakel Co Till BWCKEKRIDGE 3 B At r a i NEWS Piepilstri kY 0 BttKi Editors aad WEDNESDAY Juno BabHtlatU 10 1805 UraM feip Piloe 81JM a Year la Advaace a the Eadeftte Year 8129 lANNOUOKHKnT I are anthorired to announce the HOST a candidate CJIAtlLBS I1LANFORD Tor the Let Ulatnre Subject to the action of the Hreckenrldge County Ilepublican Cpnvcntion July ictb SIX PAGES THE CONVENTION Tin County Convention which met at Hardlnsburg last Monday was a fairly representative body the delegates being made up of some of the leading business men in the county Outside of tho dele Â¬ gates those who gatheredin tho conven Â¬ tion hall to witness tho proceedings were also representative men from every Of course tho all absorbing quarter Whilo thorns was the money question it was generally conceded that a major ity of tho delegates favored free and un- Â¬ limited coinage thero seemed to bo a faint hopo upon tho part of somo of the oppotltion that they would not under Â¬ take to pass a resolution to that effect but In this somo wero mistaken Tho resolution as produced in another col- Â¬ umn dhows clearly the sentiment of tho delegates upon the question and it has no uncertain bearing Our delegates go to the State convention bearing tho will of the Democrats of this county upon that subject and it must be admitted that such Democrats stand clearly and decidedly in the majority An effort was made upon the part of those advocating the single gold standard theory to get in a resolution indorsing FreBidont Cleveland and his administration but it was met by an overwhelming opposition The people do not indorso Mr Cloveland and Secre- Â¬ tary Carlisles policy on the financial question just now If the President and Secretary have gotten away from Demo-Â¬ cratic principles they should not blamo those who aro still trying to maintain them and who aro advocating sound DemecracyThe Democratic party has always been committed to free silver and it is tlio more singular that thoso who now appose the doctrine but a few years ago ncro among its etaunchest advocates Tbe News docs not try to deceive or mislaid any of its readers upon this sub- Â¬ ject kit truth strikes at the bottom and thats what we want Neither do we wish to create turmoil and discord in Democratic ranks but wo do wish to re cogniit and respect tho will of tho majority aad not suppress tho truth from any quarter That a good majority of Demo- Â¬ crats hero aro for free coinago is undeniable that they recognize it as the vital issue between parties to day is also true That they honestly and consceintiously wish its ultimate adoption by tho party is quite apparent If tho balanco of the Btate is to be so judged and from the tone of tho press wo think its leaning Btrongly that way then let us have it so though it diseppoint Mr Carlisle But at last the people are the arbiters of thesu things They make up tho Gov- Â¬ ernment Governments are instituted for their protection If at any time they wish to change a measure why thwart their will Hero they aro saying that something is wrong with the finance Let them have tho chance to right it if they can and God speed the day when better times may come upon us all Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft A Glasscock Anlioch who ha been confined at homo with inflamma Â¬ tory rheumatism is ablo to bo out and was hero Wednesday Miss Kate Iullin was hero last wcok bidding her friends good by She and her sister Miss Manda won rfrany friend during their stay hero Mr Gus Lewis of New Madrid Mo was here last week visiting old friends He left Kentucky soon after tho war and is doing well In Missouri Rev and Mrs M D Pumphrey West Viow passed through town last week en routo to Leitchfleld to visit their daughter Mrs Ned Cannon Brother Galloway has changed his ap Â¬ pointments henceforth he will preach at Alexanders Chapel on first Sundays and at Antiocb on tho third Sunday of each month Mr Bob Rhodes is ono of our lucky boys after all In the garden of a ydung lady near here the cut worms spared only two beets which havo grown nicely and aro now ready for pickles and which are being held in reserve for Bob alone Not even the mother is allowed to pull tbem News reached Mr Ed Cannon last week of tho death of his brother Rev Anthony Cannon at Evansville Ind Brother Cannon was once well known in this county Ho died as ho had so often wished quietly Falling Asleep while his devoted daughter was warming an iron to put to his feet His remains wero interred in beautiful Oak wood cem- Â¬ etery at Evanavillo Gen tlemen Mr Will Skillman has had sore eyes for years Ho has tried many doctors and remedies and has always failed to get relief until wo sold him a tubo of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve which cured him inside of one week Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey sells well and cures Respectfully M Meyer Co January 15 1895 Buras Ky Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve has done a great deal moro for mo than can bo told by pen W II Skillman Bckab HARDIN AND FREE SILVER The Democrats of BreckeHrWte Speak Out On The Money Ouestlen THEY ARE FOR FREE SILVER AT 16 TO I AND SEND A Solid Delegation To The State Convention For Hardin and Silver PROCEEDINGS IN FULL Kr GUSTON Miss Bettie Young of Sandy Hill was in town last Friday shopping Mr R J Iatteson is over in Hart county this weekon a business trip Mr Embry Holmes of Covington Term is visiting the Munford family Hon Gus W Richardson was at hoaa from Louisvillo last Friday on liiaiaML Dr Baxters new residence U abent completed and he will move into it right away Mrs Bevlo Miller who has been quite sick with fever for several days is about well again Mrs Mattio Frank and little son from Nebraska aro visiting Mrs Davis Young of Sandy Hill Miss Rcna Smith is on a short visit to Long Branch to seo her cousin Miss Hisdin has 289 instructed votes Clay 209 and thero aro 380 uninstructed votes It is not in tho books to down Hardin McDANIELS Mrs II A Hunter has returned from Wett View Miss Margafet Ilhodes was a guest at Mr Jas Ilhodes Thursday Hubert McGufiln salesman for NewÂ¬ man Bros Louisville was hero Saturday Milton Coko purchased a nico two year old colt from Jim Chancellor for 20 I t W Vessels of OnenBboro Bpent last Tuesday night at Mr K Ilhodes Clarence Rhodes and Oscar Brown Kirk wero visiting Frank Ilhodes last Sunday Mr and Mrs John Ilhodes and daught- Â¬ er Miss Julia wero in Leitchfleld shop Â¬ ping last week Little Nannio Gannaway of Antiocb Bpent last week witii her aunt Mrs Nannie Cannon Mlas Mary E Tool who has been at Â¬ tending school at Danville returned bom Wednesday Julius Dutschko was hero last week in the increst of tho Falls City Tobacco warehouse Louisville MGus Lewis Glendeane has been vislBfcg his nelce Mrs James Ilhodes UnoU Gus is a great talker Mf Tom Day Leitchfleld was oyer on his wheel Monday It is rather rough for cycling from hero to Leitchfleld Mr and Mrs John Parsons Constan tine visited their parents Mr and Mrs Tho Parsons last Sunday and Monday We aro indeed sorry to roport Miss Alice Dockery worse Wo had hoped bo much that she would continuo to im Â¬ prove Miss Delia Cannon who has been vis Â¬ iting at her uncles Mr W T Cannon returned home near Planters Hall lost Sunday James W Bishop representing Rose berg Flexner Mandol Louisville was belling our merchant a full line of shoes Thursday Mr John Ilhodes west to Leitchfleld last Tuesday and visited his brother Mr T II Rhodes down oa Bear Crk the day following Prof Cokes school has closed andthe jjpl1 have gone Wa sales their bright faee aad bof they will gander baek ftgaia t tee m often V Mr i Ella Hondrick Miss Kittio Chappell who is attending the Normal at Ekron visited Miss Helen Pollock last Friday night Mr Georgo II Anderson wifo and lit-Â¬ tle daughter Nina and Mr Hollie Nea- fus attended Mrs Grlnnells musicale at Brandenburg Mrs T E Conniffand daughter Lucilo and Master Tommie aro on an extended visit to Mrs Conniffs mother who lives in Lebanon Ky Miss Lena Miller has returned from Vino Grovo from a weeks visit accom- Â¬ panied by Miss Maggie Hardaway who resides in that city i Miss Eva Carrlgan of this place and Miss Lula Lewis of Brandenburg were in Louisville on tho 17th to see their cousin Leon P Lewis graduate Mr T J CundlfT our popular drug Â¬ gist moves into tho house that Dr Bax- Â¬ ter vacates Mr jCundiff and wife havo been boarding at Mr Perry Cundlffs Mrs Julius J Loob and daughter from Waco Texas and Miss Clara Loeb sis- Â¬ ter of Mrs Sig Loob from Vine Grovo are guests at tho Loob mansion this week Mr Jesse Ounningham who is at pre Â¬ sent working on the Catholic church that is being built in Louisvillo by his uncle J M Osborne was at home last Saturday night Dr Baxter wife and little daughter Elsie Mr GJ Neff and family and II L Bell and wife dined with Mrs Susan Constantino at her suburban homo on the evening of tho 13th insf Miss Rose Z Morris our forrner corres- Â¬ pondent from this place disappointed a goodly number of her friends here last Friday by not making that intended visit so be sure to como next time Miss Rose for we all miss you so much from our midst LODIBURG The folio nine is copied from tho Monthly Sentlual a Ponullst naner pub lished at Chicago It goes to show now tho free silver element in the Demo- Â¬ cratic party is being used to get in ofllce uonueius itirow stones at the iree silver Democrats They aro doing a magnifllcent work They art b spilt the Bourbon party wide flcB Is pen 1800 and then thero will be a chance for freo silver Democrats to honorably combine with the Populists on the prin- Â¬ ciples of the Omaha Platform Rein- Â¬ forced by tho bettor elements of tho Republican party tho country can bo swept like a cyclone from tbe Allegheny mountains to tho Pacific coast and from tho lakes to the gulf Not only fs It tho policy of tho Popu- Â¬ lists to encourage tho free silver Demo- Â¬ crats but it would bo a good thing to instigate a freo silver Republican move- Â¬ ment Make the tight as hot as possible for tho hotter it is the harder It will bo for the managers to keep tho old party forces In line In 1800 Now you can see how tho fool free silverites are caught in a trap set by such men as Coxie Debs Spies Frledling and Schwab The Editors of free silver papers and tho public speakers that are going tiie rounds will if successful in adopting a free silver plank in the next State platform drive thousands of honest Democrat voters oat of the party aad John Young Brown will hand the relM of the State government to William O Bradley assure as the sun rises 1b the East and set In the West A Democrat that is for free silver oiigbt to be booted and drammed out of eemp This U bogiem pure aad Btudy your Kld oer4ie ceteeblem dimpledear brother my and tee whew yoti are at ItL The Democratic Convention of Breck enridgo county met at the court house Monday the 17th day of June 1895 for tho purpose of nominating delegates to tho State convention which assembles at Louisville on the 25th day of Juno Tho meeting was called to order by Mr Joese Whitworth and tho Hon W E Minor was chosen temporary chair- Â¬ man and V G Babbage secretary On motion tho Chair appointed Lud well Adkisson James V St Clair and F Fralze a committee on credentials Tho following Committee was appoint- Â¬ ed on permanent organisation viz Clay- Â¬ ton Crosson James Lyons and John Alexander Tho following Committco on resolu- Â¬ tions was appointed by the Chairman D R Murray Jno D Babbage John Alexander C M McGlothlan Jesse WhitworthJamca StuartDr J T Baker The Committee on credentials report- Â¬ ed tbe following persons as delegates to the Convention and entitled to vote therein Cloverport district No 1 D R Mur- Â¬ ray Clovorport district No 2 Frank Fraiza and Foster Heyser CioveVport district No J S S Wat kins Joseph Mullen J D Babbago and LeoJLatem Hieidinsbarg precinct 5o 1 Matthias Miller J W Lyons and N McMsrcer Hardlnsburg precinct No 2 Jesse Whitworth and Dr J T Baker Hardlnsburg district No 3 Thomas McG ill and Will Miller Webster J P Stewart and J V StClalr Union Star It C Richardson and O M McGlothlan Rock Vale R W Owen W J Dean Jr and D C Moorman McDanlels L O Shcrsholl and F K Rhodes Hudsonvllle district not represented Custer F B Lyons and John Alex- Â¬ ander Bewleyville Charles N Drury O R OBryan and Scott Mooleyville Cunningham Stephensport L R Adkisson and W E Minor The Committco on permanent organi- Â¬ zation then brought in their report as follows We recommend for permanent chairman of tho Convention tho Hon D R Murray and Secretary R P Shacklott The Committee on resolutions report- Â¬ ed as follows We the representatives of the De- Â¬ mocracy of Breckenridgo county re aflirm our faith in and loyalty to the principles of tho Democratic party believing that in those principles lie tho safety pros- Â¬ perity and permanency of our govern- Â¬ ment tho perpetuity of our institutions and tho preservation of the liberty and happiness of the people 2u As truth is mighty and must pre- Â¬ vail so is Democracy truth and must prevail Temporary defeat may some Â¬ times meet us but triumph is sure in the end and we go forth to the coming contest with zeal courage and faith and tho assurance that wo battle for the right and for victory 3d It is tho sense of the delegates in this Convention assembled that the best interests of tbe whole people will be best subserved by the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 Our delegates to the State Convention are requested to vote for such resolutions as will secure harmony in the party as wo believe that tbe wisdom of the party in State convention assembled will for- Â¬ mulate resolutions on the silver and all other party questions as will be for the best interests of the whole people 4th Our delegates aro instructed to cast tho vote of Breckenrldge county for Hon P W Hardin for Governor as long as his name is beforo the State Democratic Convention 5th We heartily endorse our county man Hon W E Minor for Commis- Â¬ sioner of Agriculture and our delegates are instructed to ubo all honorable means to secure his nomination Oth Our delegates are instructed to vote as a unit on all propositions and questions Which resolutions were adopted Vpon the adoption of these resolutions there was a hot debate for a few minutes Parties in tho hall who were not dele Â¬ gates undertook to obtain the floor to debate the question but the Chairman promptly ruled them out of order unless the members of the Convention wonld consent to hear them Gen A J Gross rose to his feet and asked for five minutes time of the Con Â¬ vention A member moved thai Mr Gross be heard Mr Gross then gsvo it as liis opinion that tiro Convention should indorse G rover Cleveland and his administration Ho was opposed to the resolution offered before the body on money and thought it in bad taste to take any action on that question There were a half dozen men ready at onco to answer Gen Gross argument and sev- Â¬ eral men were on their feet at once Mr Murray vacated the chair and replied to Mr Gross argument In a few words and when the motion was taken on the adoption of tho resolution tho delegates were overwhelmingly in favor of it Tho silver resolution went through wltit a vim Mr R C Richardson moved to strike out tne lourtn resolution which was defeated Mr Richardson was a Clay man and Insisted on being heard in the Convention A motion was thon made to reconsider Mr Richardsons motion which was carried Then upon a voto of the Convention tho fourth resolution was stricken out and tho names of both Clay and Hardin placed before tho Con- Â¬ vention Tho Convention decided then by an overwhelming majority that the delegates be instructed to cast their vote for Hardin Then the fourth resolution was re adopted The following persons were elected delegates and alternates Delegates D R Murray James Stuart Jesse Whitworth John D Babbage W E Minor Richard Owen and S S Wat kins Alternates John Aloxander D II Setere M Moyer James Lyons Dr J T Baker Dr It T Dempster and V G Babbage Then upon motion the Con- Â¬ vention adjourned MOTES HARDIN8BURQ L M Hj iMDflMBtfMllIMIMIMiltlfclMi Hfl BtBHfHwiwWIMflflirllflM 4 W TIMC TAKE GOffftI fTMT Pastes gar Sally art Mudlaibwrgl3il2 pm seme iabt Patfeager Dally an Hardtniberg Tit eao Fine Goods bought Can be sold Strictly cash or ite equivelant is ray rule T O Lewie Miss Ray Dyer bf Cloverport was vis- Â¬ iting here last week Mr Walter Smart and Vic Bowraer Cloverport were here Sunday Masters Taylor Wallace and Stuart Babbage are ylaiUas at Bewleyville The oat and wheat crop in the neigh- Â¬ borhood of Constantino is looking fine Rev W B Rutledge and wife of Cloverport were visiting here last week Senator Lindsay is expected to speak here on the picnic grounds on tho 4th of And we will do it Low Cheap Our Great Summer Stock has been bought at a bargain and shall be sold at a bargain July W W Vessels camo up from Daviess county last Saturday to voto in the pre- Â¬ cinct Convention philea Nora Henderson of Webster was here last week visiting her sister Mrs Amon Kinchcloo Marshal Dent Brown is doing some good work on the hill on the Branden- Â¬ burg road near town Judgo Mercer wont to Frankfort last Friday to look after a Bult ho has pend Â¬ ing beforo tbe Court of Appcaln The best coflee sugar molasses bacon lard salt flour and meal and n full line of family groceries at T O Lewis yjlio marriage of Miss Ella Smith of this place to Mr Ed Meyers of Chllll cothe Mo is announced for July 1 Mr and Mrs 0 E Haswell were vis Â¬ iting Mr and Mrs Henry Skillman near West Viow last Saturday and Sunday W T Hook and family have gone to house keeping in the south end of town They rented a houso belonging to Mr Roscoe Eskridge Mr Robt Smitli has been in bad health for somo time Ho went out to visit his brother Mr Dan Smith near Garlleld last Sunday Mrs Ed Wright who has been with her father Judge Mercers family for somo time past returned to her home in Louisville last Saturday Go to Julian Brown for your flour meal and sblpstufT he has bought by the ear lead pahaed when lew and will sell very ckeap See him at Harned Ky and get prices Ex School Superintendent James Mil- Â¬ ler has got down to farming in earnest Ho rarely comes to town unless It is to look upon some pretty girl or to attend a Democratic Convention Mr Will Winebrinner and Miss Cora Smith of this place were married at the Catholic church last Monday morning at 0 oclock They left on tho train for Louisvillo whoro they will make their future home Mr M P Payne of Bewleyville was here last week visiting friends and talcing a look at his old home Mr Payne is one of the leading farmers of the Bew- Â¬ leyville section where he has resided for the last twenty years Phocian Guthrie and Miss Annie Lyors colored were married at the colored ME church last Wednesday evening Rov Hinton officiating Phocian is the leading barber of this place and is mak Â¬ ing bis business a success gUMMER FOR FABRICS i Uot WeatherWear m To arrive this week an immense line New Novelties as welFas all the Leading Stand ard Grades Come in and learn what PLEASURE SATISFACTION Â¬ iil Cloveland vetoed the action of the Democratic Congress on the bond issue If you endorse Cleveland dd you not repudiate the action of tho Representa Â¬ W E Minor tives of the people It is not a question of repudiation of Cleveland and Carlisle It is simply an expression of the views of tho people on the financial question Every man has tho right of opinion D R Murray Tho Democratic party has always been clofe to the people Let it remain thore D R Murray U the United leave was powerful aattMejti be deaaoneafce and ECONOMY There is in trading with letrw In 1878 it is powerful enough to remonetizo it in 1890 Murray Is not Brcckenridge county for free coinage of silver Gentlemen let the people have a voico on this question and abido by their ver- Â¬ dict Will you do it The State Democratic Convention will act Stand by your guns and bo Demo-Â¬ crats even if your view is not accepted by the majority Dave Murray was tho right man in the right place as Chairman He was up to all tho tricks of tho opposition and never lost his head Carlt Richardson mode a brave fight but was knocked out on every propo-Â¬ sition The people aro witii the silver move- Â¬ ment and theres no getting around the fact VEST g m tn get your McGlothlan IRVINGTON KY DEALER IN Furniture Undertakers SUPPLIES A new Hearse has just been received for the use of the Public You need not go any further than Irvington to Jack Gross dont seem to carry Breck Â¬ enridgo county in his vest pocket any longer 8100 Reward 1100 Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con- Â¬ stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho con- Â¬ stitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they ofler Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of Testimonials CO To Address F J CHENEY Sold by Druggists 76c ledo Ov If you want bargains in something to wear havo the conductor to put you off at Sulzers EKRON Messrs Courtney Roberts will begin a six weeks normal here Juno 17th Misses Kittle Chapcll and Bell Ball will attend the Normal at this place 0 A Montgomery went to Louisvillo Wednesday with a car load of lambs Mr and Mrs S M Wrather returned homo from Louisville Monday oyening J D Babbage was circulating among the citizens here on Friday evening last in the interest of the News Warner Shacklett and sister Rena at Â¬ tended church at Sandy Hill Sunday and visited Mr Jesse Ashcrafts The candidates spoke hero Friday evening Indications are now that it will be a close election between the two candidates Thompson and Hardin Mr and Mrs John Williams of West Point and Mr Richard Basket Sandy Hill are at tho homo of Mr R A Enson this week with Mr John Louis who is not expected to survive his present ill Â¬ ness caused from old age Mr and Mrs J T Wheatly nee Miss Craycroft of Big Spring wero united in the holy ties of matrimony on Thursday last and took the train for Louisville for their bridle tour Their many friends extend to them their beet wishes for future happiness Mr Geo Miles of Garrett was In town Friday and brought us a sample of the flnant whee wo ever taw it was out of a crop raised by Mr Jim Tindall of near that place We think our people would dp well to get seed from Mr Tindall for sowing their next crop AH Free Those who have used Dr Kings New Discovery know its value and those who have not have now the opportunity to try it Free Call on the advertised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle Free Send your name and address to n E Co Chicago and get a sam Â¬ Buckles ple box of Dr Kiatrs New Life Pills Free as well as a eopy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor Free All of which is guaranteed to do yea good and eoet yo nothing A R FWh ers drug etora FURNITURE and Undertakers Supplies I am also the agent for th Walter A Wood Celebrated MOWER BINDER T N McGLOTHLAN Irvington Ky GARRETT Mr 0 0 Veymuth was here Monday night Dr Walker of Garaettsvllle was here Wednesday There was a large crowd attending the speaking here Saturday Mr Vfm Hilf and family spent Sunday with Mr Joe Saunders and family Mr and Mrs J T Collins of Flaherty spent Saturday night and Sunday at M ducrlptlon t Madlum brows mulatto Ix fet one or two Inchei weighs 200 pounJi baa a very largo foot vary ihort hair alga bonei had on suit of bias oreralli with Umg black coat when lait aeea was waatlag a ep 100 SEWASD Forths arrsit of a man of th following hk WILLOW DALE Btepheniport Ky May 28 RW VAUGHN 18S5 Mr Harry Gill went to Stithton on business last Wednesday Miss Eula Davis of Vino- - Grove spent last week with her friend Miss Sallie Crutcher Mr Frank Bartlts of Cloverportspont Saturday and Sunday the guest of Miss Tena Perry Miss Emma Withers spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin Miss Kate B Withers Mrs James Fares and Mrs George Shlele of Tip Top visited Mrs II N Withers last week Miss EttaJMay Gerklns who has been visiting in Louisville for quite a while returned home Friday Mr and Mrs Hugh Hamilton of Gar- nettsvllle spent Sunday with Mr aad Mrs Hamilton Smith Mr J J Scifres one of RhlneyviUes Mrs Anna Gap wife of Ex most popular young men was the guest of Misd Mollle Withers last Sunday Dipnty u S Marshal Mr and Mrs Fred Key spent two days CeluMMUs Kan says i last week uere at tneir borne and re Â¬ I was delivered turned to Cave City to spend the sum Â¬ of TWINS la mer visiting relatives Miss Dixie Tarply has returned to her leas than 90 min Â¬ utes and with home is Bkomlogton after bavins spent scarcely any palu quite a pleasant week with her owls after using only Mr and Mrs George Ferry Umw 47 two bottles of Mr Creecle Haynee who is traveling agent representing tbe warble of MOTHERS1 Prof Brown cJ New Albany teek hie departure Monday to be gone evel weeks FRIEND The young folks of tfek vMnitf HO MVTT BIS XrxxWJLMTf eroned by Mr and Mm W 3 WUimm weee pkeeantty entertained aitwMoa gailttfUafc abelle oa t MUMHfi MMUt C M FOR SALX Poland China Vlgt and Shropshire Shaap Th n undersigned has on hand thirty thoroughbred pigs ready to till orders and sia tboroaftlibrad sheep three bucks and three ewes Some sail Kstocxi also ten tots ewes all nice rtoek If you want pigs br sheep of jrixxf forma aad nrst ciass at reasonable prices Call on or writ to K II LOVE Hllaa Ky Tindalls Several from this neighborhood went to Ekron Friday to hear the candidates make their last speech Mrs Kate Crutcher and family spent Tuesday at West Point the guest of her son Dr Will Crutcher Mrs Tom Thornsbury and children of Andyville have been spending several days with relatives in this vicinity Mr Jess McOracken and family of Woodland spent Saturday night and Sunday with their auntp Mrs Crutcher Mr Tom Hamilton and son Will of Brandenburg Bpent Wednesday night the guest of Mr W A Shacklett aad family Mrs Elisabeth OeWn and daughter-in-laMrs Frank Osborne spent Wed needay the guests of MmGbarle Kitebles family Jbo D Babbage IcUtor i Uw Nxwa was in town Saturday and attended tbe speaking Come aen Mr labbege we are always glad o see you w 10 YOU WANT TO STOf T8IACC0 UalMft YohOrh He Cured While Tobaeeo oaulM oanow of tho Ii The habit of using Ubasoo grewa uatll grare dtteated ooedlttoai are achj dyifpla loo of menoryj aarroa aaV tloatt ooagMtloa 01 the retlaa and watting of tho optto nerre rwaltlag la inp4rnat virion evw to tha extoat of UMhmi 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tiie Recovery For four years and four days tbo ad ailaiatration of tho government of Kraace was in the bands of tho Direct ery That body was a plnral exeouiivo Tbo sangninary Repnblio of 1703 had ought to transform itself tinder tho KiUotine into a Repnblio of mddora Jimf and tho administrative power was Mslgned to a Connpil of Five Many members of this qnintnplo preal- lencybad been of tho Jacobin order Of this kind vas Barras Others were pa trlots and men of character Suoh were La Rovellloro Lopeaur Le Jtewbell ToBrnenr Camot Bartheloniy Roger Ubcos and lu particular tho Abbo Bleyos greatest of thorn all In snch a body eoatrarlouB counsels vroro always upper Â¬ most and thoro was n consequent want ef decision and foroo in tho government This condition led to tho deplorable reverses whioh overtook tbo Fronoh ar- alee daring theabsonco of Bonaparte ia -- of Italy nin mUT iBW i NAPOLEON CnOSSIKO TOE ALTS Iff ft - i i ItiHtm Egypt Thiers says that tho Directorial Repnblio oxhibited at this timo a sceno of distressing oonfnslon The ambition of Napoleon fonnd in thi situation a fitting opportunity The Directors wero Slcyos Barras Duces Moullns and Gobier Tho legislativo branch of tho government consisted of a Senate or Council of Anoients and a Connoil of Fivo Hundrod Tbo latter constituted tho popular branoL Of this body Lucien Bonaparto brother of tho Hardly had General was president Napoleon arrived in tho oapital when a conspiracy was formed by him with Sleyea Luoien and others of revolu- Â¬ tionary disposition to do away by a eoap with tho too domooratio system and to replace It with a stronger and more centralized order The Connoil of Anoients was to be brought around by influenoo of Sioyes To Lucien Bon- awara toe moro difflonlt tasK was as signed of controlling and revolutioniz ing the Assembly As for Napoleon Sleyea procured for him tbo command of the military forces of Paris and by another decree tho sittings of tho two legislative counoils woro transferred to Bi Cloud The 1 8th Brumairo of tho Year VIII eorrespondlng to tho 0th of November 1700 was fixed as the day for tbo revo Â¬ lution To Napoleon the crisis was an epoch of fata Tho conspiracy ombraoed the resignation of Sieyos Barras and Dnoos which coming suddenly on the appointed morning broko up theDI- rectory Bonaparto tbon put out bis handi as commander of tho troops Too late the Republicans of tho Connoil of Five Hundred folt the earthquake swell Â¬ ing under their feet Napoleon appeared at the bar of the Assembly and attempt Â¬ ed a rambling and incoherent justifica Â¬ tion for what was going on A motion was made to outlaw him but the sol Â¬ diers rushed in and the refraotory Members woro seized or expelled A VW Wbo were in with the revolution re BMlsed and to the number of fifty voted a 4oree making Sleyea Bonaparte and provisional Consuls thus con Â¬ D ferring on them the supremo exeoutive power of the Btate By nightfall the ineinons was aooompllshed and tfaeaaas of Ajoooio slept in the Tnlleries The new order was immediately made ofgaalo Thera could be no question wImu Three Consuls were appointed asd Bonaparte one of the number whioh of He Mm three would be iHrtt Consul WOld be that himself the other two Might be the ciphers whioh should make kif volt 100 The new system was de Sued m the Provlslonary Consulate bqt The tola form was only transitional auMMHprs of the ooup want rapidly for Wart to make it permanent TheCpseM totiON of the YearllL gave plaoequlok ly M theCoustltutionof the Year YIIL wMoh provided for an executive govern mmt mnder the name of the CONSU LATBJ Nominally the Consulate wu Id a an fuceoativa oommittee of three wit really an executive of otw with Hro wMOBJatea The three mm boen iNtt Napoleon Bonaparte Jeaa Jaaqnea CMibaoeVei and Charles Franeois Le- fcraa On OswUmbm day 17W Napo laov wa ad Frnar Consul and that a new order engajttd the btglnnluge detUsed to endure for liiuWn and a half fmm and to end at Waterloo That era ia Bonapartes Ufa narks tie Hjinnfaag of the union U kia of gnka Military and great polliioal powaV aaawarorth iq VM cUatlned to Mm on4 to be the State of Pratto M Wm will all tbluaa now baoawa r VUf nbaavriant His aeoeodeaoy vat ataatiorih the moat atrikiafesaaipM of only pattuaal power that taxi world fc Wttawa4 slnoa the dan of Jaliaa -- H a ftM artolaty HWt be f teaaun la tba womb of Itaraltr nevac was tanas uy any maa But tba lines of btawrioal oaaaa- wata nor deflooud and daWraalaad eoane and ooaoeotioM by tbo ti NapoltKuTtban by any other oao Ika iaai eighteen caatwiaa goletta-- wm t HMim returnod to tho battlo in Italy and bad driven tbo Fronoh out of the country On tho 18th and 30th of June General Hacdonald had been defeated at Caasano and on tho Trebbia by Field Marshal Alexander SuwaroS On the loth of August Joubort lost tho battlo of Novl and was killod on the very spoi whero Napoleon bad assumed command in 1700 Sawaroff next encountered Mas sena at Zurich whoro on tho 25th and 20th of Septembor bo was worstod by Tevortheless tho Russian tho Fronoh forced his way over tho Alps and Franco was immediately threatened with a counter invasion At this juncture how Â¬ ever thbro was a quarrel in tho alliod armjos and Suwaroff witbdrow from tho country bearing his woll earnod title of llalutkl Napoleon spent tho first months of the year 1800 at Paris Tho revolution was received with goncral approbation by tho French Tbo leading featuroa of tho now government wero a Sonate a Tri Â¬ bunate and a Council of Btate Theso forms wero not wholly acceptable to tha First Consul but in tho organization of tho system his will and purpose wero everywhere predominant Moanwhllo he appoiutod General Moreau to tho oommond of tho Army of thoRhins and on tho 25th of April that general began his advange into Gof many The first ro suit of the movement was tho forcing back of tbo Austrians on Ulm As for Italy tho First Consul restrved for himsolf tho reconquost of that coun- Â¬ try With tho oponing of spring ho projected tho Second Italian campaign On tho 14th of May 1800 ho boganbis famous passage of tbo Great St Bernard Wo might mark this eyent as tbo first of tbo spoctacular aspects of the Napo Â¬ leonic career Thoro in kia gray over- Â¬ coat under his tbreo ewnMred bat mounted on a rearing4teA goes tho conqueror up inaccessible holgbts against a background of ico poaks and glittering Alpine sky I Tho gaze of man Â¬ kind follows him and shoutings nro heard in half the valleys of tho world I Tho Fronoh army surmounted tho seem Â¬ ingly impassablo Alp in six days and suddenly debouched Into Italy On tho 2nd of June Bonaparto entered Milan It was high time that somo ono should oomo to tho resoue for two days after wards Massona surrendered Genoa That however was tbo end of the successes of thoallioa south of tbo Alps On tbo 0th of Juno occurred tho battlo of Montebello in wbioh tb Austrians under Ott woro overwhelmingly defeat ed by a division of tbo French army Five days later was undor Lannes fought the great battlo of Marengo which gave its namo to tho campaign and ondod it The French were 38000 strong and the Austrians numbered about 83000 Napoleon oommanded in person but under him were Desaix Lannes and Kellermann In the begin Â¬ ning of the engagement General Melas commandor of the Austrians gained a threatening advanago oyer the Freneh For several hours Napoleon was in peril of defeat bnt tho arrival of reinforce- Â¬ ments under thq great Desaix turned tbo tide Lannos fought like a lion and Kollermann with the cavalry completed The Austrians wero tho overthrow wept from tlft field with a loss of moro than ten thousand men while the Fronoh loea of fully seven thousand at Â¬ tested the violenoe and desperation of tho oonfilot Marengo may be rookoned the first great battle of tho Napoleonio wars It bad all the features ef thoso extraordinary conflicts which were sub Â¬ sequently directed by the genius and audacity of Bpnaparto The battle end Â¬ ed the war in Italy On tbe next day Genoa and tho other fortresses of Upper Italy wero resurrendered to the French Meanwhile Uwfoaq Jiadben jinqowfl f pi in Germany He pressed forward to tho heart Of Bavaria and en tha 16th of July concluded an armlstioo with the enemy This agreement was maintained for four months only to bo broken by tbe Austrians Hostilities were at once resumed Morean advanced and en the Sd of December on tho field of Hohen linden gained a complete vlotory over the German army Victorious in Italy and returning to Paris with unexampled fame Napoleon might now follow his nominations for geaoe His ascendancy over tha French began to be recognized abroad and con Â¬ ditions appeared favorable for a general pacification The popularity of the First Consul was extreme and this was In tensified by the ill disguised efforts of his enemies to oast him down Conspira Â¬ cies were made against hi life On Christmas eve of the year 1 W0 the Met serious of these attempt ytH ogl and failed Napoleon waa tain M fne opera Three conspirators Carbon Alt Reiant and Liwoelan drove a powder oart with a Jusa into the Rae St Nl oalee a narrow street pj whisk tbe Flrtt Conwl ma pose When tbeeavaleatta eameby tba faee was lighted aud a shooking explosion followed Hom8 roed aboat were knocked down adjfcoplaoa was strewn WltVitaaftd and dying 71wHt CoomI was nnbwt tnoagMa aarriago WaVakatiared a tfce bav4o He want on tbrongb to tba opera and jwt a play Tba allies now oboea to aooeat a ftaaso fofftUa AfcitfWats Mtfwr Mk or sew mp ary avii jtapwwosi 9 emunri bis task area UednWwINMr TtaMBfatialact jaado wt InAMtrbM Cnpo Fbrrni9 more than JaM wovmmmIt waa temtmui xnl IMM attiola of that awupaot br wblok yionue waa to bat tbe iait bank of thiltbtan VM oponljr la Taaoaaf wa giyon to Porma Tba CiaaJujMi LLm ruin Halvatto o4 B4vln ntMbQca wilgp IfapolfOB AMoraMwararoaoc 9JM TtMiOMaJMOMOl UM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Mlewtaf toitfeaoftWt eoates from T V Xv ir U lntHcatrra Hw oog kwrt M avvrt aad aitl ef turn M Xaaa ttwty St mr ahaaU stl wfc rtaa Ut htttri MH to i aata a 0 imttt mm lrkt e t nt Iwlll ftyhr JSri ttaaratlfk t uny ltektBtbitHMai4aUM wtrli lathe 1 it thi4 trlataretiallMaaWMMtet ltd rijfM i vary 4 thap klafctYUsiHlKnacftiMnlNt f MSMyMr I aeutat a aettto t Tfca tttt Am I tok BaracpariBa tti irtpiraUh tiwy la ft hU Eti Made a Decide Criane lwtlM4mr Tfbaa I afM takUf tte Ant fcM r lBt vaa 17 patuuU taa MbHit atMt aaaakaod Sy Mn tea v ali J as wkalayna h t all Wloawau a4 Men HoodsCures t aa af wd kaflle yauaoa Aweta a M eaoe Bhataaaarfc Kaoraty Pttts va Brer HI eoaaKpaWM iMy JMjttntftmTami I ireee K uraea lay wtM was MB Heea ttrfaUUaajaMatrJfia SIROCCO Whooping cough still prevails in this vicinity Miss Annie Jones is Visiting friends in Indiana Several from this neighborhood at Â¬ tended tbe recital at Brandenburg last week Democrats as well as Republicans aro considerably divfded on the money ques- Â¬ tion in this neck of tbo woods Pack peddlere are getting numerous again one around every few Jays I think its a sign that times aro Rotting better Mr M B Dugan was in onr sanctum last week for a pleasant chat There was a trace of tbo cut worms mark loft on his usually pleasant countenance Mrs W D Coleman and daughter Lucy of Sulphur Wells visited her mother Mrs N O Haynes and other relatives in this neighborhood lost week Mr B Kecney a spectacle agent from St Louis has been in our midst and sella a pair of eye openers at nearly every house he enters His prices are in ac- cordanco with the hard times benco his quick Bales I am told by good authority that par- Â¬ ties are contracting for tho lease of tho old Oakland mill inclnding tho already famous Sulphur Well on Doo Run creek for the purpose of renoyating tho old stone building and converting it into hospitable quarters thereby building up a pleasure resort for tbe benefit of many anxious visitors from the city who have expressed a desire to rusticate along the banks of the placid little stream and thus wile away the Bultry days of summer that gets next to tbo delicate nerves of tho people of tho metropolis Uncle Mathew Haynes renowned coon and squirrel dog is dead Crocket Several readers of tho News will remem ber how he chased the big coons over the fence and tbe little ones through tbe crack In therun of onvyear be treed forty coons all of which his owner and a neighbor Ivan Squires now of Ekron brought down with a shot gun His owner while keeping bach would let Crocket sleep in his room every night to warn him if any prowlers came around It was the dogs custom to arise and scratch on the door every morning about tho break of day His master would humor him in letting him out and in a little while would hear the unmistakable voice of his faithful dog admonishing him that ho had a coon or a squirrel up a tree Wben be died a few days since he was honored with a resting place be Â¬ neath tbe sod so that the remnants of the coon raco in tbo vicinity wouldnt have tbo pleasure of chuckling over bis decaying relics Fate Brown was in our mldet last week with a cayered two horse wagon loaded with most everything usually kept in a grocery store taking in exchange old liens and all the produco be could garble up He is in possession of a tin horn that never tires There is a constant tooting as he drivea along tbe road that attract tbe attention of everybody in the neighborhood and causes dogs to howl with unabated ferocity His wagon is covered with white canvas and at the sound of tbe horn the curlosity seoker look up from ba work and thinks he espies a Mil beat driven inland by the force of some terrible upheaval from tbe watery deep He says uewlll be around every week so I reckon well all soon get used to his original display and cease to wonder what next uve4 Mens Buspenders a regular daisy eas ily worth aOconly 10c thk week Sttler Tbe Cboeekte Candy Club met at the Mleeea Beverley laet Friday evening Â¬ wv m r and all enjoyed tbenaaelvaa immensely were beau Â¬ At alaUlMwrleeaandcaVe tifully aarvad NaakWea naeap a ailver a regular dandy bouabt to wall at See ooael tided Va oIW ibeaa tbia week at See Snlaers The Mother of WhUelaw Held Xknia O Juno 0 Mrs Marlon WHAT THEY ARE Wbltelaw Bold mother of the Hon Whitelaw Held died at her homo near A gentleman of amothodical ha- Â¬ Ccdarylllo tills county this morning at bit who had adopted tbo practico 2 oclock of congestion of the brain agod of retaining a copy of every pro- Â¬ 01 years Sho was tbo daugbtor of scription iasuod by his family George Ronald of Garrison Creek Ind- physician became interested as whero sho was married to Robert Charl Â¬ time went on to note that tho ton Reid in 1820 moving directly after samo Ingredients were pretty cer Â¬ the marriage to tho farm on which sbo tain to be prescribed at somo point died To tbo union were born Gavin ot tho treatment of every case Reid Whitelaw Reid and Christiana For a poorappetiteorasore throat Reld all being dead but Whitelaw Mrs for rostlessnes which disturbed tho Reid was a woman of rugged constitution babys sleep and for troubles and strong intellect and had enjoyed which besot the agod grandparents good health up to a short timo ago tho favorite remedy was always Whilo sho was very proud and very fond turning up although slightly mod Â¬ of her conspicuous son she would never ified from timo to timo and used consent to go to bis homo in New York often in conjunction with others to live but clung to tbo old farm whero His family physician had ever been she lived and was cared for by William a successful practitioner and when Conley a farmer who has had charge of another was consulted caro had the place a good many years and his always been taken to obtain the wife Somo ten or twelve years ago Mr services of somo one eminent for Reid had the houso remodelled and mod Â¬ skill and reputation Still tho fre Â¬ ernized in splendid style bo that it is to Â¬ quent recurrence of tho favorite day ono oi tho handsomest houses in formula was a marked circum- Â¬ this part of the State and every attention stance One day our friend hap Â¬ and comfort that monoy could buy has pened to observe that tho formula been provided tbo aged mother by Mr of a certain advertlsod remedy was Reld He was in tho habit of coming to identical with tho latest prescrip- Â¬ seo her onco or twico n year and the last tion he had received from his own thing he did before going to Europo was physician and in somo surprise he to make her a visit Mrs Reld was a stated the caso to him The fam Â¬ member of tbe Covenanter church and ily doctor alter listening to what strict in her religion ho had to say replied Tho case As a neighbor she was friendly and is about this way Whenever kind and was much beloved Up to there is a disturbance of the func- Â¬ within a short timo of her death Mrs tions of tbe body no matter of Reid retained a clear mind and a lively what nature it is pretty certain to interest in the evonta of tho time She bo accompanied by a derangement bad a mothers pride in the caroer oi her of tho digestive organs When distinguished son His welfare was of they aro all right the patient gets moro interest to her than anything else well That particular formula Yet she always kept up an interest in that you havo observed me to the events of the community and coun- Â¬ writo moro and more frequently try Having lived in this community so is tho result of an age ot careful long she observed the many changes and experiment and is pretty gener-Â¬ talked freely ot them from a memory ally ogreed upon now by all edu- Â¬ that wa clear and exact Mrs Reid had cated physicians who keep up a patriotic lovo for her country as well with tho times The discovery as for her community She showed this of tho past few years of a means ot frequently in a quiet modest way but reducing every drug to a powder none the less Btrongly It is related of and compressing the powders Into her that somo years ago sho was visiting littlo lozenges or tabletsor tabules a friend and during her visit a parlor it you prefer which will not break entertainment waa given in her honor or spoil or lose their good quali- Â¬ at which sho was invited to occupy a seat ties from age if protected from air upon a couch draped with the American and light is tho explanation of flag Sho betjged to bo excused saying how it has come about that this that the flag seemed to ber too sacred to prescription Is now for salo as an use in that way advertised remedy It is as you Her health remained unbroken until say however and is all right It about a year ago Since that time she is the medicine that nlno people had not been able to walk but was con- Â¬ out of ten need overy time they veyed through tho bouse and about the need any and I havo no doubt grounds on pleasant days in an invalids that making it so easy to obtain rolling chair Cared for by such friends so carefully prepared and withal surrounded by thoso objects associated so cheap will tend to actually pro- Â¬ with her through a long and useful lifo long tho avorago of human llfo hers was certainly a happy old age made during tho present generation happier by a knowledge that it had been n life well spont The thoughts of by- Â¬ nipana Tabutet Sold by Jrugglttiorby gone days never failed to bring a flush of mail If the price jo cents a box It sent pleasure to her cheek while to talk over to The Ilipani Chemical Company No tho days of yore was a happiness she 10 Spruce st New York eoldom failed to enjoy when her friends called on her All took pleasure in hear-Â¬ BIG SPRING ing her relato incidents of the long ago Miss Mary Harrell of Cecilia was the Sho was a brilliant conversation- Â¬ alist and thoso who were bo fortunate as guest of Miss Ruby Miller Monday and to obtain an audience with her consider- Â¬ Tuesday of last week ed themselves most fortunate Cincin- Â¬ Mr Bird Hardin and wifo of Kansas nati Enquirer City are hero visiting his parents Mr Many of tbo citizens of Ralnsvllle and Mrs John Hardin Miss Annlo Jones ot Hardlnsburg is Indiana are never without a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in tbo here to spend the summer with her Bis house says Jacob Brown the leading ter Mrs G A Meador Mrs G W Jones has returned from merchant of tho placo This Remedy has proven of so much value for colds Henderson where she has been vifitlng croup and whooping cough in children her mother and sister for several weeks that few mothers who know its worth L Mr James Wbeatly and Miss Nannie aro willing to be without it For sale by Craycroft were quietly married at St A R Fisher Cloverport Ky and Martins church last Thursday at 8 0 clock Kincheloe Board Hardlnsburg Ky a m and went to Loulsvlllo on their bndal tour PELLVILLE Brother Marion Board who has been Terry and Douglas Turpln wont to attending the training school at Elkton preached at tbo Methodist church last Constantino on their wheels Wednesday evening and wo heard an W S Hazel of Knottsville will begin excellent sermon from the young broth- Â¬ a large storo here in the near future er Rev R T Bruner will preach two ser- Â¬ Miss Clare Smith who has had charge mons here in July in answer to Father of the millinery department ot Jacob Drury Meyer returned homo last Saturday Misses Orfa Moseley and Katie Tern We regret very much to loose her as she pie are visiting Mrs J W Lafoes near has made many friends during her briof Yelvlngton stay here Miss Ada Jett of this place has been A party composed ot the following appointed first assistant in the Hawes young people from here attended the ville High School Commencement of tho Vine Grove High Misses There are only three goldbugs in thia School last Friday evening community Dr Lancaster D J Mor Â¬ Daisy Meador Mary Richardson Zelma rison and M Moseley Strother Bottle Glarkson Clan Morris Ellsha Jenkins died hero Wednesday Mary McMeador Messrs Tom Hardin ills funeral was preached hero Thursday John Meador Tom Durbin Jim Moor- Â¬ man Guy Meador John Morris and Dr by R T Bruner of Owensboro Strother The farmers here are worse down- Â¬ hearted than tbey have ever been The Good Old Granny Metcalf80 years old drought la now trying mens souls living at 018 Monroe street Paducah Charles and Lewis Jenkins of Central Ky says that Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey City have bean at tbe bedside of tbelr is the best grip enre cough lung and father here for the jieat I we weeks braneuWriraadytbrib vNB offered Father Drury lectured here last Friday to tbe people during her lite Guaran Â¬ and Saturday night on Catholicism teed and sold by Short A Haynes Clover A large and enthusiastic crowd attend Â¬ port DrRHMcMulllnMgDaniels M Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosettaj ed Prof Wheeler of Rome Ind is here W E Brown Irvlngton Kyj A A talking to his friends and wants the Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris schoofhere He comes well recefflnd Big Spring Ky W O Moornun Glen Co deane Ky P Sherron Bros edby having taught here last terra Trouble is springing up on the Wiry Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardlnsburg Sraneh agJn It was hoped that a repe- Â¬ Ky tition of the Rowan county feuds would be dispensed with for some time bet we arelwand to keep up onr reeerd While tbe Masonic iee cream upper was la fell blast tome one visited the itoeeas of Walter Medoalf and Charles Veyles and stole all tbe provision tbey bad on band 1 Music Recital Given by l Annie E May and Class For the benefit ot tho Building Fund ot tho Presbyterian Church 1 jl 0 Wednesday and Thursday Evenings June 19th and 20th PO RGRAM--PAR- T I Marcho Hongroise op 13 tor two pianos Kowalski Eva May Alice Hattlsgly Maggie Farber and Stella Mullen Chorus Bobolink Grade Plank Don Berry Mary Sippet Sallle Swagget Hallle Warfletd Edith Heron Dance op 147 Duet Annie Brandenburg and Ola Fallon On Wings of Light op Solo Gurlitt Concone Grade May Plank Youknow you dovocal duet Eliza May and Lillian Slppel Valso Hoist Trio Streabbog Master Wilbur Hanman Charlie Zlrckel Walter Oelze Bello do unitSolo Ascher Eva May f Danse espagnolo for two pianos Sudle Beverley and Maggie Lewis Hoist Morey - Galop op 54 Duet Ella Poptiam and Ida Hampton Chorus and whistling interlude Matter David May Charlie Zlrckel Raymond May Wilbur Haawian PROGRAM PART Calvary March for two pianos Rltter Eva May Eliza May Lillian Slppel Maggie Lewis Vocal duet Glover Maggie Farber and Lodosco May Visions of rest Trio Baker Lena Hamman Olafallori Effle Swaggot Llchner Aurevolr op 78 Solo Master Charles Zlrckel Polka op 43 Duet La Hacbe Alice Mattlngly and Lodosca My Id a letter from papa to day Solo and Chorus Grade Geary Edith Heron Grade Plank Hallle Warfield Low Splelmanns Stanchen Duet Lillian and Mary Slppel s Bella Dacca Sextette for two pianos Waldtoufel Hallle Warfield Grade Plank Edith Heron Sallle Swaggot Dora Berry Grade Geary Galop brilliant op Engelsbarfon You cant and To Day Solo 87 Duet Wels Bebr Eva and Eliza May Hallle Warfield I dont want to play in your yard anymore Sudle Beverley and Eliza May By Class Character Sketch - Tickets on Sale at City Bakery wcht RUNNING T3j TT1SJ C 17 JMilLVJicAPza P STORED POWER FurnUbed by the Piano Fly Wheel U tha greaUat uaprovaaeat avar made In StH ulndlnjj HarvuUra A sZ 3 JS aSv 1 Kr rrSrv a THE FLflHO LEADS Because THE FLY WHEEL Vouthouldtee theJONES and lightest draft mower In the one horle lighter draft and bind a bundle after the team itopj MttWS T IS THE BEST w w rw wMtiva on tub runo aiwto Tha PUho Mfg Co UflUCR belore you buy Simplest lonrett Hred of repair Oil HIM MvHJLlV world Neveront Power runaNojrrito tbe peat wear out no friction no noise nothing to makelha firmer cusi Chain Perria wheel This proves Its strength Bicycles re Chain Drive Wbyf Light draft I ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE IKND FOR OUR FRKC-rOR-AMaaotarturera More Jones Steel Headers Sold in 94 than all others combined riirtll vl West Pullman Chicago UL FOR SALE BY GHAS R ANDERSON QUSTON COUNTY KY MPADE It depends upon How and When you market your chickens and tgs and to Whom you send them We are large recelrers of poultry and eggs and hare an established trade and stand Ilia beat chance to make money for all our ablppera We receive and aell Uutter Eggs Veal Hides 1elu Tallow Beans Seeds Potatoea Wool Hay Grain or anything1 you may have to ship Information cheerfully furnished Quotations mailed regularly to those who request It and liberal advances made on tha largest consignments by PROFIT IN POULTRY I HERNDON CARTER CO BIS 310317 e319MURRCLLCOUrVr LOUISVILLE POULTRY KY WOMEN IN DOUBT TJBXC nana par lb Ducks jtemYROYAL WAFERS Turkeys alive Turkeys drenod 10 DRIKD APPLHfl AMD PKA0UB8 to Applw obolee brlfbt quarters Apple average 44 to t r K 7 f8 lit to T li ApplM old PeaobM new jfeaehef old 4 WOOL I Correctly weekly by Humphrey A Laufer Pro dace Commission Merchants m Second St bet Mala and Market Louisville Ky LOUISVILLS wHh ehlpsera MMlee HE oaky HAHET UMU IB 1895 Tub washaJ Orauf aaartBO floe Qreeae ooarae y- - IS It W Ifr IS 20 Qt SI Barry end Tallow Jaaaawax OuU iv as 12 V A A IS MISCELLANEOUS Mi 4M Molaeaea KY June orjkun ft cw so It 8Mrrf AvM aaark a4 all peokif m plainly as4 paat eAa aMiaaa SUTOXE 9 V wkarft MAY QRAIir rVJCD Wa qaota arteee day a Ltabvllla oUj k ataanam aMteea jararV aVPMtleMt 1 fT 4 10 O OATS Sa 3 oata ftkUUy IV QP BIAKg OiMtae Ho 1 WvW VI VAwWHetat4 okteMn MAY H JU QM eg aaaeejea HUUfaa Vwi iajUaia Mavy fUki aaa eMMiL I Bieklemt veaj P aaaae AjCBaM kklya lgni J aaai aB Wfcaa aba waa a CUM wnguW BBBiaBaB awn easa qaaaapaayaat aV ejM far Oaaaataa loaa 8ot Tbe Baar eluvi l tbe wodd for Cute Bnibtt em Uloaaa aWt ilbenaa Tever hiFM WW HtHNMMHMMI MM 4e IBbjQB Baaeaj akktaba asaBaBj eaa1 LLaHaW ajaaaaavaaav fDWtflsal0A QsafMfWi SW JS ffym TetaerObepped HaakpbUbkiiM Coras and all Bdn SraptJoo and pos Â¬ itively owes Plies or no pay raoaired It to goamateed to give perfect satis kwttoa or moaey rertmded Priee so aaTft t4stt if to 31 1 1 TI to S 84 1 aw sa a jv VvS Vtfw arwftWawttttttttee 10 M A IS M 11 M 11 N 19 W fB l 99 VW y CORX UKt4 I aTMM WAN rpfHf TWMvtttfa4eeaatsj 4tMtMeita tUTTLX tattttwtttt H B 4r iBmBHBBlBBBVsHBBlBBiaBBaBBCIZ- asarsK aVM4MtaMMMa Wy eaVHf Mt iaisa HIVM m4j 4a M MtfH fWPwftaWCMttaMwtMam M fl 4 Sp MA T lfMfa aaeett ttatttttf tttatf 9M aWarWMMtttaataaiatMMaSMtaaeJ 4V ttJ W9tfiaaaaftr4 fM TJ I jt TJaJ OHaatyaikhyiajlttiaiai ItMaa 910 saa 1 Wmt M SBXBsaaiafaejMtaiat4eaeta4aal 4lt U atai ls m VHt ta et HIMttM HM iMtaimnMtt I S- I- mi to aatoa akayalaa fJaMas lllkr MtMa Ra U wUmA S aaM 1 nS1M w fl 4 U 4W IM t r uRT IRVINGTON M Bevrley and wife aro vlaltlng gffl FALLS OF ROUGH ppppipfflO 8TEPHENSP0RT SHOWYOUR PATRIOTISM jge tm OtPtTJUWlWl mruYWTWTVTVTLrwv rLrrurijrvTvru iTgmWDQMHP iip a h - I 4 h l 1 - The crow of tho Toxaa pile driver are Mr Willis Green has gone to Danville Dr E stopplug at IheDowell House Ky Chattce te Help Lsulsvllle En- ia lenroil Ky Mr Hal Murray bob of tho Hon D R Miss Zella Lyons returned homo Mon Mr sad Mrs It N Miller Bicnt tho tertafn The 6 A R Murray was In town Wednesday day week 4 Mt Meriad MiM Ella Moseley is visiting her rela Â¬ Mies Jessie Jolly ol Owensboro Is visÂ¬ Mrs Stuart of near Hawcsville is vis Ah ON FashleMd larbecw And tives and friends in Hardin county Ky daughter Mrs Ben Storms iting hor iting relallvoa ia tho country Mr M Blaine left Monday on a busi Â¬ Miss Tilllo Stone aud Mr Eddie Stono BuTflOO MIm Eeete Board spent part ot the attended the party at Mr 01iarllo Fish ness trip te Louisville to be Kone several week vWtlns her sister Miss Molllo days Mrs Watlion and Mrs Miller took tea ers Tho following letter is self explana- Â¬ We had a delightful rain horo Satur Â¬ Â¬ Miss Maud Hughes came down from with relatives in town Thutsday even day afternoon and tho chances are more tory and any who care to help can Loulflvillo Saturday to spend a few ing notify County Judge William Ahl At will follow soon Miss Lulu Owon of Cloverport was ft months with her parents Hardlnsburg Who will be the first to Bro Hartford God willing will fill his JWlsses Jennio Green Mary Peyton guest ol Mrs Kato Bennett a part of tho contribute T is Messrs Preston Green and Sam Major regular appointment at the Methodist week Louisville Ky June 12 1805 Edi are homo from school to spend vacation church the fourth Sunday tor Capital Dear Sir An invito Mr and Mm Brown Holm of Stoph Messrs Board Miller Eskridgo and tlon has been extended the Grand Army Mrs Sue Mercer Miss Zilpah Cham ennport spent part of tho week with tho bliss and Miss Bcllo Davison wero guests Haswell of Hardlaxburg wero in town of the Republic to hold its next meeting Waahingtons at Mrs M W Stones one evening last attending court tho past week in this city This invitation has been of Misses Nannlo and Katio Boan Oant you ubq somo of these Goods mentioned below Mrs Add Witt and daughter of HarÂ¬ accepted and September Oth to 14th week Garfield were guests of tho Misses Clay PENCILS most any kind HAMMOCKS from 70 A beautiful line of Box Miss Maud Lyons went to Short Creek dlnsburg has been visiting their aunt inclusive fixed as tho dates for the meet Â¬ comb last Friday you desire Prices tho Every indication leads us believe Rollins this last week Mrs Allen ing to 8300 Come and see Grandma and Miss Lilly McGlothlan this week to visit friends and relatives Paper Goods lowest all colors Say did you ever hear Kirby this will be one of tho largest meetings them havo been in town tho greater part of but she left the millinery department in within tho history of the country Well you havent good hands TABLETS Tho lino em- Â¬ Blaine sing PASS BOOKS of every tho past two weeks To properly sustain tho reputation so HAIR CURLERS Furthermore you novcr want to either braces all grades from Mrs Bettio Moormans house was Messrs Embry Holmes and Richard Description Com- Â¬ Scott McCoy came homo Sunday deservedly won by our proud old Pursos Tooth Brushes to tho ground Juno tho 7th Mr tho cheapest paper to Tidings wero guests at tho Munford burned monwealth for generous hospitality Tho fire was caused I hear by a defect-Â¬ to look after a valuable Net he has over PEN POINTS Crayons Hair Brushes Combs the homestead tho past week very best linen You know Scott is a fisherÂ¬ and the proper entertainment of the ive flao or chlmnoy They saved very tho river Shawl Straps Bill Files Miss stranger within hor gates we havo taken goods Miss Lucy Frank and hor guest little of their furniture and there was no man of the present day this means of soliciting your personal Board from Hardlnsburg attended ser- Â¬ insurance to help bridgo over the great Mr Wm Kelday Commissioner of co operation and that of your valuable vices several times this week loss But friends and relatives are not Insurance for Kentucky and Tennessee paper in our endeavor to make a success Miss Jessie lacking in generous kindness Mr and Mrs Tiggott Mr was here re rating the town for the of this tremendous undertaking Jolly and Mr Everett Jolly are guests Frank Dean th6 ladys youngest broth- Â¬ Board of Fire Underwriters For the entertainment of our guests of Mr and Mrs Ken Wathen er will build his sister a new house Mr Arthur T Blaino left on tho up it is proposed to havo an old fashioned Maggie Greenwood soon Misses Julia and All kinds of blanks kept on hand Double Entry Books Single Entry Books boat Sunday for Louisville from which barbecue and burgoo where all moybo attended tho services at tho church and Mr Honry Webbs youngest child was point he goes to Arkansas on a pleasure served and made to feel they aro thrico Tracing Paper Drawing Paper Receipt Books Draft Books tho baptising Sunday afternoon drowned Tuesday evening Juno 11 It and business trip combined Deeds Mortgages welcome To do this and make it suc- Â¬ Monthly and Weekly Timo Books T B Henderson and wife from Web Â¬ seems that the little fellow in company Miss Mablo Moorman daughter of Dr cessful we desire to solicit through you Legal and Fools Cap Paper Books Bound in best cloth from 25 cents ster and Bro Cullom dined with Mr with another littlo boy was playing about A Moorman of Yelvington Ky is visit Â¬ and tho columns of your valuable paper - to 100 Investigate our line of goods Wednesday a pond He fell In and the other little and Mrs Richard Bandy on ing her many friends and relatives ia co operation and assistance in soliciting Miss Jcnn Hardin is attending the fellow ran to the house but did not tell this place and neighborhood from the citizens of your county contri- Â¬ She istheguostof of tho accident until questioned that is meeting regularly The many friends of Miss Nellie butions in the way of beeves muttons tho Misses Munford and MrsBato Wash Â¬ until tho child was missed and ho was Simons will be pleased to know that she and shoats to be placed at the disposal asked its whereabouts Then ho said ington secured the school in District No 48 of some citizens designated by you and Raymond is in tho pond then of has forwarded to tho undersigned not later Wo were pleased to greet some dear course they went In Bearch of the miss- Â¬ known as Tucker School house than September 10 friends of old at church to day notably ing boy but it was too late the poor lit- Â¬ affable editor of the News came The This is the first meeting of tho Grand our former particular friend Nellie tle fellow was dead The mother of the up Wednesday to attend court and Army of the Republic South of the Ohio Washington Major acci- Â¬ whilst here was busy taking new sub- Â¬ child was not at home when the river since its organization and its com- Â¬ VM1bs Beulah Bennett and Master Earle dent occurred scribers aud receiving his many friends ing means the congregation of hundreds D Estimates Furnished returned homo from school at Poweo Tho ladies of the Methodist church of thousands in this city ant State for at Night prowlers havo been helping We are pleased to welcome our themselves to tho contents of Mr M Valley W will givo an Ice Cream Supper on Satur- Â¬ least ten days young friends homo Stones wheat bins as well as his corn day night the 22d of June for the benefit Our city will bo taxed to her utmost Miss B Ada Drury of Bowleyville All are invited to be to comply with the demands that will crib Tho thief should be careful how of the church spent Thursday in town tho guest of ho again trespasses as he might be com- Â¬ present be made upon her and as this is as much Miss Mollie Board our popular milliner pelled to make a longer stay and meet Webster Robertson has been spending a state prido as it is a city matter and at tho homo of Mr Foster Lyons more peoplo than would be agreeablo to a week with his aunt Mrs R J Napper knowing tho prido you take in our dear Bro Cundiff did not fill his last ap- - his feelings Take this as a warning Mr He has gone to Daviess county to spend old State and her proper presentation to polntaont owing to tho Childrens Thief and leave the country at the very the Nimair with his methtr Mrs It T tirangsrs we are lei te believe you will JIM Ho will earliest opportunity I Day ewerciscaat Bowleyville m M lljf MjW M O ajber tejkt m U wiafever wsry y earn la our obwM preach hero again tho first Sunday In Tho ice cream supper and eMresstaiM MssrletwUa feurt wm held here hut sjruwi uausrennug July at 3 30 oclock p m ment at this place was quite a suicesa Wednesday and several of the most All contributions will be shipped to Our thanks are duo our worthy editor Wo were only two weeks getting it up prominent cases were continued until this city free of charge Two or three for favors shown which wo appreciate and realized a profit of 1250 for the the September term which will be held contributions from each county will bo 1894 nnd are glad to speak a word of praise in church which was very good consider- Â¬ September 11th So dont forget it all that is necessary successful editor ing tho hard times and small place his behalf both as a Will you undertako to help us to carry The 1893 Mr Millard F Vaughn brother of R and hustler for freo silver following is a program of tho entertain Â¬ out this plan Your favorablo consider- Â¬ W Vaughn stopped off to awhile withR A declare eoatrt Is te be feudal between now and the next Presidential election for ation and early reply will be appreciated Mr and Mrs Trotheroo and Master ment W to try a whack at tho finny tribe I assure you Yours Very Truly Rays havo returned from a very pleas Opening Addrcn by Mlsa bulla Wilton Mr Vaughn is oue of the blessed angels Choir nnt visit to their sons family In Broad Song of Iralsc by the Burt Humbler of commerce although he has no wings much pleased with Dialogue How the quarrel began by Chmr Barbecue Com head Ky Thoy are Mlitei Mary Head and Mollie Oa it The many friends of Miss Emma Mose- Â¬ that portion of old Kentucky Song Shoveling tnow by Small boy Tho way to euro a cough is to stop the THE PEOPLES MONEY the coinage of both gold and silver without dlicrlmlnatlon which means the irod oolaege ley are pleased she has returned home Dialogue Tomt practical Jole by or belli as oppoeeU to the poller ot contraction which has been dictated by England and adopted in Washington tnd whtak Miss Lucy Frank spent Saturday in coughing Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Mrt Shumate Mitt lcntrett and Mr from Hartford College where she has levies tribute oa erery product of Um farm on valuations of all kinds and en all compensations for labor town expecting to join in a gamo of Ten cuts loose the mucous heals tho lungs Sam Morgan Master been teaching this last year nisbut owing to tho prospects of a stormy The Dlrdlettongby THE GREAT ISSUE NOW btbedeuble standard against the tingle standard the use of both sold and sllrer as jtaadard Small girls and boyt Theodora Moseley also returned with and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip money metals against keeping the currsacr t the eeuntrr on the gold basis afternoon the club did not meet conse- Â¬ Dialogue Aunt Klttyt shopping by cough in one night For sale by Short her Â¬ Kate Davlton Annie Head Zilpah Mlties quently there were several disappointHayncsCloverport Dr R II McMul Chambllit and Annie Stone There was a game of ball played hero 1 ments lin McDaniels M Meyer Co Burns My dollt tpecchor mine by Saturday between tho Hardlnsburg and A Wo regretted much to bid Akron Pro Little Mitt Willie Chambllit Taylor Rosette W E Brown Iry The gamo resulted Stephenspoit boys theroo goob byeFrlday when ho left for Dialogue We arc all dreaming by ington Ky A A Richardson Garfield Mittet Maud Lyons Lillian Stone Mcitra in a victory for tho Hardlnsburg boys by Ho a permanent stay in Broadhead Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky Sam Morgan and Clyde Shumate a score of 15 to 8 Como again boys we W O Moorman has made many friends during his stay bong Gathering In the Sheaves by Glendeane Ky P Choir pubUehed at ATLANTA GA a baling to being beaten ure used here all of whom wish him success in Tableau Solomon Dispensing Justice Co Kirk Ky Horaco A CIRCULATION OF MORE THAN Sherron Bios 156000 bUfly among the farmers of the country and going to mors homes than Song by the Choir his new home Joseph Basham one of our enter Scott Hardlnsburg Ky any weekly newspaper publUbed en the face ef Ue earth U VMr farmers in this section has five Rev Taylor from the 3rd St Baptist Tableau Womans Illght or a scene In The Leading Champion of the People In aU the great contests la which they are eagaged against the exactions of monopoly which the women have the udvan- church Louisville has been doing some SANDY HILL acres of tobacco that could be topped at tage of the men for once THE CONSTITUTION IS THE BIGGEST AND BEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER published in Aaawlea eeierlsg iho aews l the weeld bTtg cerrespoadenu In every city la Amsrlca and la the capitals of Europe and reporting Hlo preaching for tho good of tho Bap The first time Uncle Mrs L Green superintended and fur Â¬ ten leaves now la full the detail of ekbatee U Ceogress on all questions of public Interest It Is Miss Clara Ashcraft is visiting Miss tist persuasion Tho meeting has been nished the ice cream Many thanks to Joo comes to town the boys want to hear Batie Herndon THE GREAT SOUTHERN WEEKLY NEWSPAPER nd as the exponent of Southern opinion and the purveyor of in progress for two weeks and has been others who contributed cakes blow about his big terbacker him Seulkera news It has so equal ea the eoatiusfit Mrs Lula Atwell attended church at the means of bringing a number into tho Our old friend Dr Lea of Romo Ind An enlargement fold Irvington Sunday Some time ago I was troubled with an ia columns Te meet the demands upon its space for new The Constitutiea left Sunday on a prospecting tour through Bro Cullom leaves for his homo in attack of rheumatism I used Chambe- Â¬ Miss Vina Baskett visited Miss Ncllio wW incre9 its size during Use summer to ia pages 7 columns making 84 columns each week the West andthe probabilities are in the North Carolina on a visit to his parents rlains Pain Balm and was completely the congenial Doc will move Hendry one night last week r two years cured I have since advised many of my near future whom ho has not seen for Mr Frank Daton of Louisville is ex- Â¬ THE CONSTITUTIONS SPECIAL FEATURES are such as are not to be found in any his family to some point in Arkansas May ho soon return to us continuing in friends and customers to try tho remedy ether paper In America V to tho regret of their many friends pected home the third Sunday the good work he has so nobly and and all speak highly of it Simon Gold much Miss Nellie Henry called on Mrs Jes The Farm and Farmers DepartraoHtTh Womens Department The CblldVens Department That must have been a picturesque bravely done for this community within baum San Luis Rey Cal For sale by sio Herndon one evening last week art all udr W dlrtotfui aa are potTfttrMtfT to teM to when tbM dtpartoMats are addressed the past eighteen months A R Fisher Cloverport Ky Vd tk edUeriU naceuat CiutKK HOWJBLX Ue iMdal Mctribuwra are writers of such world wide reputation as Mark Twaha and scenes when Squire Jarrett was out tho Vet Hart rrak K tKekta JmI VSiMdler HarWe MUr HamHtea aad haadred er otben while It elfert week eervloe fros efc r Mr David Ashcraft was tho guest of other night in his night robe looking for News reached us the first of tho week Kincheloo Board Hardlnsburg Ky Welleeey Kdrnutk I BtMUnwdeikro wanlr Its Htersry eatures a peoollar 8ether Savor writers as Mask Mm eowMeedeHteerevT teelta free Tirana TsafireaXUsoiirl to Calif emit the pestworms little insects that wero Miss Ella Smith last Sunday evening that Harry Major Nellie Washingtons Dttrlu Ike whole CUr amd fallen U beta tbe reeeUed reUef la Aaaactal Batten The CoaetltnUo baa heralded la eeaaoa aad set the They say tho Miss Bessie Lewis of Brandenburg is husband had been sunstroke We sin- Â¬ Republicans Order a Delegate Con- Â¬ after his little geeses fan Mwe Tt m Ctrea aerflteriUwMDrMMMe spew tae eCeet of tke Uiauatacaad attsfalded porley e wreckage aad saore beads walea eveate Squire would have been taken for one visiting her sister Mrs Jessio Herndon cerely hope it is not serious and ho will vention of them thar spirits you have heard so soon bo entirely relioved Nellie is one i Misses Sillie and Vina Baskett visited Tho Republican County Committee spec so of our former girls and has hosts of met at the City Hall in Misses Janie and Cora Hendry of Ray Â¬ IXfAktMKVefieeewaetBiUtekMeksserTauteerVpeletkBeteeoonetfaelr matters vat co Hardlnsburg much about I ae aawaseat will be eTaeeed vHh TUS COM8T1TU710S at tho rsmHtsily lev veto lMtikig friends both hero and abroad las Monday at 1 oclook and was yej peesal lWwe i4pM Mr H B Hart Adjuster for the West Â¬ mond Saturday night and Sunday 0 el W Tho children have been organized into called to order by tho County Chairman ern Iusuranco Co was hero Wednesday Misses Allie and Noltle Witt of Har- Â¬ Have yoa Renewed your Subacrip LgbIsvIICi St a missionery baud Each child from tho Frank Hoswell to adjust the loss of Mrs Wm Dir dlnsburg havo returned homo after a Texas R I C Louis Safe and Sure tloafer 18O8 Friend tiniest tot to tho modest sweet sixteen The Committee determined on a dele Â¬ whose house and contents were destroy- Â¬ pleasant visit to their uncles Mr Henry ladies Li St I k L Hy Fordsvlfe Branch year old lassie have been given a nickol gate convention to nominate a candidate ed by fire a few weeks ago We are glad Ashcraft MARK TftAOl I WHITE with instructions to plant and reap for Representative There will be pre- Â¬ to announce the loss was adjusted and The most enjoyable affair of the season CJ If your Drst t3Whlte Cross The children aro qulto cinct meetings held at the various vot- Â¬ Mrs DIx will receive the full amount of tho harvest TIME TABLE Ns 24 Slet dees not keep for the little folks was a party given by female Tablets ft tkese address true sTemmls Keg enthused over It and many plans are ing places on tho Saturday preceding insurance 2500 house and contents Taking- Effect Miss Clara B Ashcraft in honor of her atntor Ouran ST LOUIS HO TAKING EFFECT DEO 30 1864 money re being formed We await the result tho 3d Monday in July each of which guests Misses Allie and Noltle Witt of teetl r The story goes that a gallant young K Suadiy Oh Ms UH 600 ookk lrlce wsw funded WcstBound Trains In the history of tho lifo of Napoleon will select a member of the County Com man in our community made an engage Â¬ Hardlnsburg Those present were Miss Â¬ But Bound Tralas Blily ruITf Dsllv STIt now running through tho Nxws there is mittee and elect delegates to attend the ment with a young lady to take her to es Magglo and Nannie Cowley of Sandy Sound Tmint JfrfWI CrvWHW jTvrvtw ex bun ex Sun STATIONS ex Son ex Son Tho representa- Â¬ much that is both Instructive and inspir Â¬ County Convention No5 Nol No 2 No church provided she furnished a buggy Hill Eva Herndon Irvington Sallie B Mall Mall 1 101010 Lv Irvington Ar SSeam ing In tho character of the man of un tion Js one delegate for ovory twenty five and he the horse The contract was Smith Guston Bessie Lewis Branden Â¬ Rxprs STATIONS Kxprs KxprM 1160 israelii lie htopm domitable will and while thore may bo votes and fraction over ten cast for the carried out by both parties T60 lltraed But heres burg Batie Herndon Webster Lena 2 Dally I Pally Pally I Patty 11 XI llardlntburr TM portions we would erase from tho mem- Hon Jno W Lewis at the election in the laugh TOO Kirk UM The young man never pro- Â¬ Young Sandy Hill Messrs Percy Du lrUnnptr Jelly 660 ory of a great mans life yet truly tho 1801 The secretary of the county com mised to return tho buggy but the young gan Pleasant Grove John Young Kentucky St Olendesne 690 v Weet Point ill oxamplo of heroism and determined to mittee will publish in tho next Issue tht lady did Demoatcr 690 79 So the buggy was left at tho Eugene Ashcraft and Master Fred Cul Howard Capital grosk 85 000 arFallaRoufhh accomplish ones purpose is well worth number of delegates each precinct if en- Â¬ young ladji house and would have been ley of Sandy Hill AKI J1BYCU ISO AOCITUe Long Branch Ruth 1M titled too 616 instilling in our boys minds Brandenburg firpluB IT 600 there yet had ntt Taylsr Hall takoa can Aklas 608 Rkron 7k Hirer Oik 460 Bro Cullom preached an excellent Ooetaa Bleached and unbleached lafeistV SSH gsetsloei e eVaar t fit Its tt ArFordavUleLv Irving tea 4o statoMk atiktt afetdM te tore sermoK Sunday morning to a largo con- - manufactures prices Sulzers H esxiclaaed U Mld fttylef Webster B V BAD Vrtildtat Lodrburg gregatiea In tho afternoon ho had bap Â¬ studied u a nevel way to fetch the made a dead set to capture Kentucky Fleree WILL MILL1H VIoe PiMllMt tismal cervices and closed tho meeting Saatvle boggy to tewn and said he would bo the for the goldltee but it never undertook a M H BHARD Gassier Stephen enort more difficult Job It has sent by far the There were thirteen additions to tho horse So Thursday morning bright and Addlee Holt church ten of whom were hurled with early here comes Taylor with the buggy ablest member of the Administration to fl W HEARD Cloverport Dire ten MORRIS BfiKRIDOK Christ in baptism May their lives be He only hauled it five miles and ho says instruct the peoplo ol it State which hta R M JOLLY J SiUlnta an example to others and tho step taken now theres no use talking a horse Is an honored him for many Tears to do misÂ¬ Srck hettdacrw Mawesville sionary work for the single standard Fettle Â¬ to day prove indeed that to bo spirit animal that is badly treated INTEREST PAID IN TIME BENSIT8 Pains In the Ntclr rale idea It has given notice to ually minded is lifo and peace Cavee Lewrepert Sallow complexion M 9U that if they differ in opinion with the t iS Powers I Binders twine at a price that makes Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey Is differen President oa the finance question they NEATS Loss of appetite nnd Pates Owesebore the pile melt down like a chunk of ice from all other cough remedies It cures will do so at their peril It has aanlpa POSITIONS GUARHTEED ExhauetrW Mntutttt ly on a red hot stovo Suiters by allaying tho inflammation and giving lated appointment in the interest of the GrlSuh Stanley There is ly eve mre which ie tone strength vigor and vitality to the goldbugs In the- faee of all this the under reaeoasble condition De Bt mt It can WofthlatTtoa Will Take His Medicine Like a Man Reade 8 BBST BLOOD FTXRiraCJt respiratory organs Guaranteed and for silver Democrats of Kentucky find a vast not be deacj until vcw seed rrfM llOtejre Spottevilie Bio SpbinoKy Juno 14 1005 Yes Hayaes Cloverport encouragement in the spladid stumping BUHINHSS CpLLlSj and School a Shwf sale by Short Basctt kaadTvMwrruie aadTeleaFeekY arHeadersa lv fstsa iaUr Jas W Lewis J W Hardin Byron M abilities ot Senator Blackburn and ia Di R H McMullia McDaalels NA9HVlIXKTsWK AMD aWithers and Sam Randall are all good 4 WEBKS by Draubtoas netbod oj Ueth Co Bants A Taylor Rosetta Compounded of natures great Â¬ Meyer the history and tradltloas of Ketaekya lfeoolkelicUeial to tZ WltKS by bl Democrats and sound money men but Id method est curative herbs Successful for A A most eminent Democrats SeoatorBvok W E Brewa Irviagtoa Ky It emends more moeer n Ike Internet ef Its If the Pope get into Ufe Democratic 90 yean In the csre of all disease Garatekl Ky A K Morris though dead ia etill a power ia the state RwaloTiuent Departmeat tkaa half tke baelaeee Ptok PtU tow the liver aad Rlcbanboa take fold and push a free and unlimited plank arUiagfrota Impure blood Atk Big SpriafeKy W O Moorman Qlm He taught the sea ml flsABokl doetrise celwget la the south Hankersla as lull tea It Is removes Uteblle serouKb adorMd by Merchant nad dowa oar throats J W Hardin for one Osm Tee JeMet nightly sets as a stssaMtsSel a yeewe T the United States for NmU and take bo otlw Ky P ttterroa Ires A Co Kirk to isea who have not forgotten it The Mutwal book keeper all daiw saaa adTsxar Cheap hoard aaaeoaabla rate of tuition will take lite medicine like a man He see aw taaarwariesSea getttic laxative ia keefsktf Use bewebt JCy Hewoe mow IIaMHtrg Ky silver seatimeat ever the river is deep Oeea te bath te 600 student aiet year D nWtrfkaVsvMMe State aad Territories rekreeasrnfjS It baa ope watorea the tUfesttve has sever flickered yet and Is too old rooted CtMUaail Esqalrer oqpmflmm wmmcmtA flmftakdl WSftO n doelrnd OeeJedtM also Mreaared boeke far r Irraxae nprmv task suaet BeM trtea Call wrrht aev to aeaateaee For seuad Koaey p H 1 the stervoea syetata aad mum asm JTeMs gateaysrilla U r mO by oa days trial Ween m write eaalnla J W HiBPlN rich blood Cosaptste tmtsasat two Address J Vweais Arsef The Bomethhag entirely new ia the Ifagsl ssedWaee one prise tsc DfHftM aavs cash H ear vaeacxte as bewfe 7a oa eaetlhsl eotrboStoaal BAbbee deaf seeks chej at lfc this week say stem TieetiM od Msapls See What You Need THE BEST VALUES 6HVEN Collars and Cuffs Gloves Suspenders Shirts Neckwear Handkerchiefs Underwear Hosiery Gents Garters Our line of FurnishingGoods always Confplete iNOTIONB -- PERIODICALS OF ALL KINDS INKS AND MUGIIaAQEX Wall Paper and Window J OB WORK finely Executed Jno Babbage II 500000000 Represent the net ihrinkage in property value in the South and West according to the tax returns officially recorded for as corrf pared with The ATLANTA WEEKLY CONSTITUTION WMc ewemaa -- -- STRAIGHT CLEAN UNTRAMMELLED ff TIME SCHEDULE - usro 24 100110 BANK it irt i Â¬ HAEDIttSEUHG rttn ieKt lit-- BEATS BEATS Constipation Biliousness Caust office-holde- rs FACTS SARSAPARILIA MMOP 0e moiwPiLum umoc - lv Th Old Rel nt t ar fisher ChllelreHiOryftf US Chyt Reporti UUm t5i- etUhiiaHE tad rSrMihanterh SJssuJWW tnuBBBntenMnf JbubbbbbLubbuL WB SnuaanVSa VsSnanaL SaaiWPt SJrfK r N irf THQ5L AwirdM X Bargains talk and draw crowds at Sul BRELQKNRIpa j JSGKKS OLOYEifePQJiT I JCY wc t iS feA f - f Binders twine See us Vests serst W W Veseola was here Saturday W S Bowmer spent Sunday la Hawes Â¬ David Powers was in the city yester Â¬ ville day Clarks thread 200 yards this week at Fllo Dollavon of Owensboro was here 2c a spool Saturday Lap robes a choice lot new designs Mr Titz Henry Is visiting Bert More- - Tho old party will redeem herself next itieai Kepi in com storage for anyone mau fall and in 05 too mount tho samo plat Â¬ Sulzers Mr J D Brasbear returned from H L Stadcr Lim V Bcattlo Herndon is visiting Bessie form now and support the nominee LOW Our prices on binding twino talks for Lewis Owensboro Monday The court houso was packed last Thurs Â¬ vests Mrs Mary E Miller returned from lisen Father McShano Jiad services hore last day night by ono of tho most orderly REAL Meat Is what makes tho man ILL Sunday Louisville last week and appreciative audleuco that has ever Mrs Dowdy is inprovlng slowly and is greeted mo hero or olsowhero Dimes and dollars into pockets ot wide Stader the butcher Tho That wo aro making on all kinds of Mcrchandiao in our Silas Pate Sheriff of Brcckenrldgo able to be out occasionally program was long but put on tho stago ma7 awake buvcrs Vests was in mo city yesieruay Departmonta then John V Ahl of Evansvillo was in tho county Fon Rhodes knows how to show kind promptly and no impatience or weari Â¬ Mr and Mrs G S Dowell of Big ness to lady friends in a musicalo ness was manifested by anyono My city a few days last weekSprings are tho guests of Rov and Mrs dear pupils acqultod themselves most Miss Pearl Wimp has returned from Tho favorite pleasure resort Elders a G Shelley creditably in each and every piece ren- Â¬ MOST PERFECT MADE Owensboro to spend tho vacation Spring Saturday June 29 dered Thero was no ombarassment and A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powdr Mr J T Conner Jr Editor of tho Fres Â¬ to visit Mrs not Miss Mary Owings is hero In our clothing department big sur- Express Toledo III is visiting torn Ammonia Alum or my other adulterant ono single halt from his uncle Iko Owings and Judgo prises awaits you Sulzers J F Woolfolks Homo Swcot Homo tho salutatory to 4Q YEARS THE STANDARD Mr J T Conner Tho little elrls Would bo hero this wook buying family Philip Fox of German BJdge Ind sang alone accompanied by two violins Attend Miss Annio Mays musical en- Â¬ Notice to Subscribers wjfo Jess Herndon and piano without hesitancy was in town Monday on business Harry Boll and exhibiting tertainment this evening Seo program The date on the label Indicate the time to and wife were with Mrs Lewis this week much control and musical possibilities whleh yoor aubtcrlption la paid Get in tho push get thero in style by in another column Thla aerrea both aa a receipt an explraUon notice tTery for a visit getting a 10 suit for 7 at Sulzers ah um excellently and I feel more than week Examine the dale printed after Mrs Harry Roth and Miss Manlo Witt name on the margin of thla paper and aee IfTour It la Miss Lula Lewis Is in Loulsvillo for a rewarded for my labor Tho stago was A few mora corsets a few still left arrived last night to visit correct If not correct pleaaeio let na know relatives Mr visit to soo Loon Lewis son of Mr A C beautifully decorated your time haa expired pleaae renew at once If worth 1 this week 50c Sulzers Misses Lida Hay We aro placing new bargains on our counters A joy Inspiring di Roth will bo hero Friday Lewis graduate nesj Lllllo Rhodes and Agnes Worlahd of Bowling Green is John Redman trlbution of bargains each day that will make you smilo O M Bullitt and wife pi Louisville 7hey aro awful Breckenridge News visiting his sister Mrs W O Allen Chas M Nevitt will opon hlahusincss aiding very materially I was most are hero spending tho summer at their mutilation of prices a sacrilegious destruction of prices warmly assisted In all of my efforts by A regular school shortly Charlie is very bright Miss Ella Cissell of Cannelton is tho beautiful home Font Hill each and every patron and by the musi- Â¬ shindy in our Clothing Department WEDNESDAY JTJNE 10 1895 Could our Clothing cry out It competent and guest of Mr andMrs Henry Wright More belt buckles worn this season cal starswho appeared with the class would be for mercy Tho closo cutting hurts but wo counted tho low Henry Nevitt and Henry Mai In havo Boys pants cheap at 25c this week than ever before Weold over a mile Should I give tho names of all those who LOCAL BRIVITI18 gono to Gethsemane to attend the com- Â¬ when we began this great clearance Bale Bring your dollars to us and are of them last week Vests at 18c manufacture prices Sulzers were moro than kind I would havo to what Joy Inspiring Bargains we can glvo you Procter Keith wont over to Leltchfleld mencement oxerciseB Mrs Murray Pierce of Louisville is Never were such a golden call nearly every man woman and child Geo Prout is in tho city last week and returned Monday with his Gene Guedry was here Sunday to talk in tho dear old town Such nnantflaVi the guest of Mr dnd Mrs Bobt B sister-in-laopportunity offered as now Join tho money saving band Harvesting outfits Suiters Mrs 0 E Keith and chil- Â¬ on current Items to ono thoroughly con- Â¬ Pierco ness such perfect willingness to accomo dren t L McGavock was hero Monday genial on Bald items Mrs R N Hudson of Louisville is date and oblige I havo never known Miss Edna Stevens of Spottsvllle Sheriff Pato was in town Tuesday D W Fairlelgh and children spent Mr R II Nevitt that big man with visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J D arrived hero yesterday to secure a class a in elocution Sho comes highly recom- Â¬ Sunday with Mr and Mrs James Fair- Â¬ heart even bigger arose on Thursday Tlcnic supplies of all kinds Sulzers Gregory mended lelgh at Mrs Mclntyrea night and after many kind expressions Picnic Elders Spring Saturday June The first picnic of tho season at Elders Prof J M Tobow has just finished for Lawrence Lewis rendered mo valuable put it before tho houso to tender mo a 29 Spring M F Popham and F A Elder J 0 NOLTE Assignee complimentary mualcale on Friday night J E Keith a Blue G rani to Tablet with assistance Monday for the Courier-JournR B Pierco went to Louisville yester Â¬ proprietors Bedford orlito base for design and carv- Â¬ Tho response was unanimous to which and John Powell for the Times day Light Brahma eggs for sale Felch ing it is not excelled in the county Miss Rosa Flora and quite a party their presence on tho night bore evi- Â¬ strain 100 for 15 Mrs John Kivitt Bring us youf feet we do tho rest A word of precaution against persons came over from Mauckport as guests of dence as tho house was again full I Irvington Ky Meats In canning of vegetables of all kinds paying an enormous price lor spectacles Mrs Chas Coleman to attend tho recital simply cannot express how much very In our midsummer clearance sale we are nero to BAVO YOU money The Chris Ahl of llardinsburg was here the main object is to make cans air tight To can Peas cook in the much I appreciate the compliment and Mrs Voss lost her little son from never were their moro bargains than next time in need visit us Short dc Friday ordinary way using rather less water than usual whon done pour them in Haynes Wo all therefore shall not oven attempt to thank whooping cough last Friday now Sulzers John Gauldlng of Indianapolis was this good man ray kind patrons and jars when boiling hot screw down tho tops and sot away to cool when cold It is bo easy to save part of your wages Mr Will Smith of Holt has about sympathize with tho woman and pity this my childhoods homo for their kind Â¬ hero Monday seo if the tops aro tight Tho Mason or Lightning Self Sealing Cans an twenty five men at work on the Patter hor by paying cash for your groceries ness Godwill reward them by show A pointer one paper of pins for one Vests cash store son hill and is getting it in fine shape the best Noxt week how to can String Beans Miss Elseo Ycakel has returned to ering blessings as thoy have cared for tho cent Sulzers Everybody is requested to attend tho for traffic The work has long been Loulsvillo but sho will bo back to spend widow and tho fatherless After all OUT THIS OUT Mr and Mrs Julius Hardin were in prayer meeting at tho Elm street M E needed 1b several weeks before the summer capuuBi s x win 00 auio to novo my town Saturday church Thursday night John Allen Jr who is employed at over piano thoroughly repaired for the fall w Table linen cheap 250 this week v Dress buntings airy and breezy cheap uiun uujjnuvu rns a DUTCVI Mr H 0 Woodson showed me kind term of music which means to mo a accident last week One of the valves 150 Sulzers at 10c you can have what you want bursted and scalded his face badly He favors as woll as Yeakel Co I had great deal A largo number of our Both brass and string bands at Elders this week at 5c Sulzers nearly Mrs Tom Howards and Mrs Ekron frldnds came in as well as from is getting along very nicely Spring Saturday June 29 Mr Jesse Whitworth of llardinsburg Mr David Culley of Irvingtoji and Nevltts whole household effects at our all the adjoining country D II Bald Â¬ win sent an elegant piano which is now Prints suitable for a Princess or a God was elected Chairman of tho Democratic Mrs Culloy of Louisville came down disposal Saturday to attend the salo of the Mc dees only 6c Sulzers County Committee last Monday Mr II T Haynes is at homo but will gracing Mrs Julia Roimans parlor Mrs Pherson property on railroad street Mr go to Hawesville again soon where ho is Reiman is musical heraolf and Leo glvss Goods well bought are half sold Mrs O D Temple was hta I utoday 9 U Dllay purchased It for 7M Ad Â¬ drilling vry sfccacssfally some oil walls great ptamlaa in tb line from the vertising does the other balf and Monday She is enrouto to Penn Â¬ Havo yeur old machines repairid by a of future very first a kind Providenco has ruled Epworth League services at the Elm- - sylvania to visit friends amd relatives man who gives you a good guarantee and Ho speaks in glowing terms and directed In Him I havo trusted prospects street M E church Friday night Strictly for family use Tho best tonic understands his trade Call at my oflico and in Him shall I abide Miss Elsoo Mrs Ellon Belmear of Bardetown can bo taken is Frank Fehrs F F and see some of my work Needles and Yellow dimity and yollow percale that Yeakel camo on Wednesday evening and X L and Lager Beer S N Hall agent shuttles for all machines always on hand Ky and Mrs Suo Summers of Zoneton appeared fashions newest ideas Sulzers at the recitals on Thursday and Ky have returned homo from a visit to My oil is tho best L H Scherer MissLula Owen returned homo Sat Clearance salo of spring and summer and Mrs J Mor- Â¬ Friday nights Elseo is a young violinist urday from Benchel Ky where she has BUY YOUR I have boen endeavoring for sometimo Mrs A W Moremen millinery at Mrs H V Duncans of great promise her touch and wielding been visiting friends and relatives for a to stop trie majority of the peoplo from gan Richardson of tho bow aro certainly artistic Ap- Â¬ Are you going outing this summer week Wo are glad to know Mrs John Rad- complaining about the poor sausage plause and encore greeted her at overy How about a good razor Sulzers Judge Ahl and wife and three daught- Â¬ they of Judgo and Mrs 0 0 havo been getting Now I am pre- Â¬ ley daughter Sho is fourteen and of a f appearance Master Jesse Bohler is in Owensboro ers of llardinsburg spent several days here last weok the guests of Mr and pared to give anyono tho very purest I Fairleigb will attend conference She sweet lovable disposition I and tho visiting his brother Oscar Holder of friends here to bid her wel- Â¬ Mrs Sam Abl havo with me Mr Dieco who is a sau Â¬ has a host community too appreciate hor assist Â¬ John Davidson of Hawesville came come to her old homo Mrs George Mason quite an estimable sage maker by trade ance and hope she may be with us again up Sunday en route to Tobinsport Disttict Conference js the ext thing Miss Agnes Malln accompanied old lady who resides near Victoria died Wanted Wo want to buy two hun- Â¬ her on Hugh Ditto of Owensboro and Walter Monday night of consumption Sho was dred thousand pounds of dark short on tho program and every ono will bo the piano Agnea is recognized as a fin Â¬ Smart went to llardinsburg Sunday iu her 70th year good body red tobacco Parties having interested in providing for and taking ished musician Misses Pearle Ditto Hugh Ditto came up from Owensboro Good Oil Mr and Mrs W O Allen Mrs F T crops of this kind unsold will please core of the minister and visitors who and Daisy Mclntyro aro flno performers - morning Sundaycnrouto to llardins- Â¬ Heysor Miss Nellie Redman John Red Â¬ bring samples of leaf and lugs to James may attend It will convono the 2Gth and their ability was fully proven at tho 50 burg Mrs R II Nevitt and Mrs Ed Yeakel recitals Mrs J W Richardson render Â¬ man and Miss Ella Cissel composed a gay B Pace jrs factory as we havo not the Oil Would you like some floury language time to rido J P Beverley chaperoned a hay rido to Sulphur ed in hor own dramatic manner several party at the Tar Springs Monday We can give it to you about our flour Miss Agnos Wor beautiful and familiar selections and was Mixed A petition is out asking tho P O De Â¬ Springs last Saturday Mr and Mrs T L McCool gave a de Â¬ Vests Flowers were receiv- Â¬ lightful party last week to quite a num partment to make a change in tho mail land was ono of tho number and reports heartily encored This week a lot of picture frames suit-Â¬ ber of small girls and boys in honor of route leading from Rock Vale to Mat- - a jolly time as hay rides are intended to ed in profusion by nil tho performers D W Lewis called tho program both able for cabinet photos and views cheap their charming daughter Miss Bessie tingly It Is proposed to extend it to bo Sulzers Cloverport starting at Glendeanethence Bro Walton gave us a summer sermon nights making appropriate and often Orville T Sklllman returned yesterday Miss Ethel Oelze who has been atÂ¬ morning from Maysville where he has via Rock Lick Tar Fork Mattingly and lost Sunday short but it wasBweet spirit- Â¬ amusing remarks L L Lewis was at Btoirs interested and watch- Â¬ tending school at Georgetown returned been attending Cycle Association He thence on to Cloverport a distance of ually In tho afternoon wo had a Yery tho door up 15 miles an easy dally round trip Suc- Â¬ small class meeting but whore two or ful of our welfare while our marshal home Friday reports a most pleasant and enjoyablo cess to the enterprise three are gathered in His name they can F John W Howard was below attending -- Waymin Furrow of Kirk was in town trip to tho currency Tho falling of a be blessed Eld W A Lusk of Cloverport Ky Friday He says that Cloverport is still Will offer my entire stock ot millinery lamp caused a flight panic but G II who has just taken cbargo of tho Baptist Mrs Robt Smith Mr and Mrs S yery dear to him at cost for the remainder of the season Casperko R H Nevitt and D W Lewis Paving the town wfth foot forma If youjiecd anything in this line it will cnurcn at tnis place aellvered two very Richardson camo up from Wolf Creek to were quick to quiet and adjust a BRANDENBURG KY it thats wht the people are doing with pay you to call and see me Mrs H V excellent sermons to his congregation attend the musicalo and were guests of I am not at all satisfied with a wordlairs Ive Sunday morning and evening MrLusk Mrs R H Nevitt Miss Annie Nevitt our shoe Duncan Vests is an entertaining speaker and is an and others were also her guests and in written for my heart is too full and my Mr and Mrs A It Fisher went to Irv Â¬ The best opportunity you ever had to educated man of eyes likewise great originality and attendance ington Sunday to Bee Mr Fishers father get millinery goods at a bargain My power and his congregation Is to be con- Â¬ precincts met here last Saturday The Coal Reduced wno is critically ill stock comprises all of this seasons pur gratulated on securing his services as Tho court house sldo instructed for Har-Â¬ The Celebrated Falcon Coal delivered chases Dont hesitate to come They pastor Conway Miss Lisle Wade of Rockport Ind Arkansas Democrat Tho Ashcraft side screened lump 7Jc per bushel by the load din for Governor is here spending a few weeks with Mr must go Mrs H V Duncan Remember it always pays you to buy sent their delegates unlnstructed I and Mrs Wni Hofflus It has been reported that Jas A Allen tho best Wo can show you more ad notice Clovorport had a warm con- Â¬ thirty bushels or more Nut coal thirty bushels or moro 6c per bushel for the Ttev 8 G Shelley will preach at Holts has withdrawn from the race vantages in both machine and attach- Â¬ vention consistent with tho tberemom N- R B PlKRCE This Sunday morning at 11 oclock and here nomination for Represenative ments than any other agents Ours have etor is a mistake which is calculated to do A great many ladies when out shop- Â¬ that the in the evening at 8 oclock ball bearings which makes the No 0 the We are expecting a crowd to day ping usually desire to know the best him an injury He has not withdrawn lightest running simplest Mr Will Watklns of St Joseph Mo and most dur Monday to map out and plan a line of place where they can find tho best as- Â¬ arrived yesterday evening and will be from the fight llardinsburg Leader able machino on the market No shuttle sortment of toilet goods From tho Louisville Mr F Fraize to wear out about it Tho No 0 is the action for the convention in The trouble between to the best In soaps and per- Â¬ guest of relatives and friends Democrats must put aside differences cheapest LEriday evening of last week Mr and and Mr J D Brashear growing out of womans delight We sell on easy pay Â¬ and unlto on one platform and then go fumes can bo purchased at Short x Hayces Mrs W 0 Allen entertained In honor the Convention held in this city last ments liberally discounting for cash in to win Continue to buy your Saturday and terminating in a personal Old machines taken in as part pay L ot hor sister Miss Nellie Redman ITotiie Dee Pusey has gone to Ekron Ohio to encounter on the streets last Monday is H Scherer Agt The Breckenridge Co Limited train Mrs Charlie May altera pleasant visit very unfortunate or both gentlemen accept a position in tho office of Bome CD And make the la Owensboro returned home accom Â¬ and more so for their families and friends railroad line We feel real blue over makesthree trips dally daring the week best BEWLEYVILLE panied by her Bister Mrs Elisa Holt Dee leaving us He is a good boy a and two on Sundays 25 cents round Mr Fraize Is a strong silver man aud Mill Meal smart boy and his friends will miss him trip to the Tar Springs Gents outing shirts full fledged cork- - took an active part as he always does Miss Mary Board left for Webster Sat Â¬ on the market sadly in social circle and they all wish a regular knock out really too cheap in the precinct convention for Hardin urday Wo sell Salt Brick Shingles Cement success at 35c going this week at 30c Sulsers After the convention adjourned Mr David Hardaway spent Sunday with him Bone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco Ai idmlnlitritor of th tiUU of J A Mur Â¬ Ifjou want a perfect fit cut and made Brashear met Mr Fraize at the latters home friends The Messenger printed us neat up to ray daotaitd I will at my office door Clover- Â¬ Fertillxers Corn Planters Hay Rakes lathe latest style call on Mr Hunehe store and referred to the Convention as Miss Maggie Paul is home from school date programs for the recital Mr port Ky on Thundty July 11 1895offr at Wheat Drills fitudebaker and Old publlo outcry to th hlgboit blddar tha per the artist tailor on next Friday at Sul a d n thing One wonl brought oa at Hardinsburg Duncan is certainly an adept In such Hickory Wagons Buggies and Spring aontl anata of laid eitata eooilitlng In part aers another when Mr Fraize called Mr T J Jolly attended church at Irving particulars Messrs Lowell and Duncan of tha ollowlng t Ityr Library a lot of mil Wagons and tho only reliable Self Binder Rev 8 G Shelley and wife and G S Brashear a d n HurT It was only by the extended many favors and thanks are ealUnaoui booki ona fat 32 Voli Knojolo ton Sunday A M and Mower Binder Twine etc with a padla DrltUnnlca writing daiki ona lira Dowell and wife of Big Spring visited prompt interference ot friends who were Rule Day at Bewleyvllle Friday returned This office offered long since prof combination iafo aad loraa hcuieholl guarantee on each article Mr and Mrs J G Stephens at Addison standing by that a persa encounter Â¬ to print my pregrams but I was so de gooda anf othar tbagi a Quite a crowd in town We sell nothing but first class goods at was soon Tcvhm oraale Jesse Eskridge Editor of llardinsburg layed I could aot forward in time at prices to suit times Remember the best --TflI JWehards of Fonkville was la men prevented As Httta as the gentle For aaounta of Ira dollar and ander oath cooled down a and saw how Leader was in town Friday Mr 17 D Ashcraft rendered valuable la band For amoanti orar flra dollarf a Is the cheapest in the long run tiMeity yesterday He has 100000 feet foolish it was to fall out over nothing L T Stith and V II Cain have assistance with his clear tenor voice on eradltofnlaa tnonthi will ba glran llond Your inspection patronage and o gun oak and popular lumber that be both made apollgtes shook hands and with approrad icourlty will ba bought a Deerlag Pony Binder the choruses as did D W Lewis with pnrehaiar bearing 6 par caat raqulrad of tha correspondence respectfully solicited wHI selWoheap interact from the matter was dropped Monday even Â¬ What shall we think ot our Mend his bass I have had requests galore to data nntll paid A geattauaa said these shirk are ing they aaei oa the street again when Hugh Hardaway IRVINGTON MILLING CO have these recitals yery often That from Quatoa R L NKW80M Admr Ilk my mother used to auk durability awe hot words passed followed by Mies Sarah Jordan of Irvington is would not do Remember it takes labor CIoTwport Ky June 10 1845 Tak a peep blows Friends some to the reseue visiting r Mad strength aotnMRfcl IRVINGTON KY and time frets teacher aad pupils Well her father Mr Joel Jordan it thm Suhwrs again bat sot aatll several licks had Democratic Convention Saturday after-- greet you again though in tho near fut Mrs Margaret Bowsaw wke has beea Neither oae of the geatlewea soon Saul hat true to the saute ure D V WtiaKMMJD Brashes of Oww were much hatt It is to he hoped that Get your laundry packages ready I Thearowd Monday was estimated at Lewis and Xdwia Jelly visited their Wo returned yesterday aeoompanied lbs natter is mow settled ad that there will have a boy to call every Tuesday eight ot alae hundred The eourt rooai graad parefita frea Tuesday to Friday Miss Gitsi Braabear RT will be ao atom trouble returning Saturday E 0 Babbage Agt V tfwe la m km e4har ailnnai George Drary went te Loakiviita Sat proved to bo iaoapabte to aoedsaaiodate HARDINSIURQ KY Tb taw now is that tax payers aba t adjoaraed to the Will praetiee in all the Courts la the urday awraiag and rotaraed la the even Â¬ tho throng heaee they Mt the sheriff at their respective yard A HUIo diaoord arose ovor dole County sad surrounding District ing tag ptaew and pay tfcHlr taxes Ufe no gates going iottrvoted or aalaetraoted custom far tU sheriff It vfett Hardiae- Mr aad Mm X Kaaakasra a akFtka ttonwUtraldutHcts Tutts Fife tawg visited thaR tastilyMiCerStea Jetty hat haraway was soon restored aad tboy 1 lttus44M4latottfcevr Hm aU Um tax payers at their bona f ty Tetttfag 4 Jiwir yaan The of go instructed tor Hardia Governor will Ifela NMffceMa4Wbev ahMiflb of this eoaaty say thj ahov is ara iretfapenaible they keep tH ATTORNEY AT friday a I It Mm cMMa hctM anemaf Taraar LUateaant Govaraor Taocap Um taw and they expect to aiotM H OLOVWtPOilT KY S jffnasrintandawt Fuhlte Iaateaotaoa ayttem in perfect order and are The fonajM are aaaaaaUy tatty plow BfcttriffPste will Glawtaaa Mi MM ISM MMFMK 0W with Bcat etd f tM Mwra I HatoaUe gaontary of State twaaga tar wpaaasoay tor in purpose at Ptaaay 0 hard work for thorn from lata H agister Load Offoa Xomaa Auditor th tax payers CTESN0THlll6lBTrTtK Ctardaor Treasury Hendricks Attorney for tick headache indigestion Urns aattl tbk la all doaa Sold by SHORT A HAYKSB Politictana ara taoaty and the noaoy Goaand JD Hardin 307 votes A J A SUNK nd CIRTA1N OURK The World1 malaria torpid liver constipa Â¬ qoattion is the ariacipta topic Its all Thosapaom 217 Ixlagatas TF Woot ATTORNEVS AT LAW knwnforlOyaratfM aVasttqi afcowtsf wU Bough to talk but sobm good folk J M Bkhardsoa J B Tract Jr tion and all bilioua dJaeatei I BIST RIMIDY tor FILES 4V fWt At sM jpt9t JM mtaawaoMa of B F WUtatt W D 8aUa OOm on Mln uwrt door I Wtthaoa all aaraad asaw aad aortii nt rwntnflff At W r vWCfjf tov BANNS v W BRANDHNBURG If tie ffmli Only THE THE for CREAM PRICES SACRIFICES POWMfi Â¬ - ALL THE WORLD EVERYDAY SULZERS al -- CANNED PEAS ufu BgB383B XXarvest is MACHINE Near at Hand OIL Where you can get the cheapest 20c per gal to 75c Better Grades best White Lead and Linseed Ready Paint Cheaper than anybody Fruit Jars at Cost Be convinced by calling on Mevitt lough SSESISI3SI3SB 9WVVVSAWA R emember Irvington Milling and Feed Go 2 Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle She Flour Administrators Sale K JWtay wJnwit Â¬ rBABIETMlDKSr uweSSTb OlEILPliLMinilil vt fertile To those living t i1WlAfafafafAtStV R N Miller ATTORNEY at LAW LAW TABLERSDIT D Uj as an absolute cure sa 2lcAaoBrnia MMTMENT Fair Tetg SHIRTS itmt MS Highest of all in Leavening Tower Latest U S 6 THESL BRKOKENRIDGR MKS ODUOVHlfiPOHa WMOae O A Jones I KY Govt Report ABSOLUTELY PURE News 10 1805 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JUNE THE MONEY QUESTION SUPPQSE OUR GOLD ALL GOES ABROAD WHAT WOULD BE THE CONSEQUENCE Senator Jones Shows That a sult Noed Not Bo Foared Banoful Re- Â¬ Effect of an Insufficiency of Money on the Interests of the Working Classes It is admitted thnt wo havo 000 000000 of gold In this country How long would it tnko for that gold to go ont and 000000000 of Bihcr to tako its ploco and what v onld bo tho effect abroad and at homo while- that opera Â¬ r countries to which it went But no ono doubts that it would raiso prices thcro so that long befoio iwo holf or oen ouo tltird of our gold could go to Europo tho rango of prkes would bo such as to establish an equilibrium bo twoen tho two couutries This would altogether stop tho outgo of gold No man with any capacity for reflection can for u moment doubt that this is precisely what would occur Honco tho demand for our gold would stop cry far short of cxlianstiug tho quantity lu tho country There is no country in which tho up Â¬ per clawos oro moro luxurious than in Russia Thoy aro tho most lavishly ex Â¬ travagant peoplo in tho world in tho purchaso of nil Borts of foreign luxuries Yot thoy havo had practically no mouoy but papor money for 100 years Thoy simply purchaso tho necessary gold by means of tho commodities thoy havo to soil Docs anybody supposo that wo can Â¬ not get in liko manner the few things that wo noed abroad for wo need in proportion to our population aud wealth less things abroad than any other people in tho world All the articles of priino necessity tho articles required fo tho daUy Jiving of tho masses of onr pcoplo oro in sur Â¬ plus In our own country so that wo do not noed to buy them abroad Tho same is true of the larger proportioa of our luxuries rlee4 Honey m1 tb Working Hlfh Â¬ gold Snpposo as I havo said that 100 000000 of gold should go out oery yoar Of this amount wo should havo 35000000 from our own mines which would lcno 05000000 of our accumu Â¬ lated stock to bo scut out IIcuco it would requiro ton years to send out nil our gold even nt tho ruto of 100000 000 a year nnd ccn if that anionnt when sent to Europe had no effect w hat ever on prices of commodities in tho tion was taking place Supposo that according as portions of tho 000000000 wont tho monetary supply of this country wero maintained at a steady lovel by tho issuanco of a number of siher dollars equal to tho number of gold dollars that were bent abroad Snpposo the gold to go out gradually and silver gradually to como in to toko its ploco SupjKv o tliat ulti- Â¬ mately say in n year 100000000 of gold should go and 100000000 of sil- Â¬ ver wero coined and issued to tako its place Could any chaugo tako place on that account in tho prices of commodi- Â¬ Can any citizen an Â¬ ties If so how swer And if that question cannot lo answored lot mo further inquiro If prices do not riso how can our importa Â¬ tions iucrcaso sufllcicntly to tako out any moro gold But snpposo that even tually all onr gold loft tho country and went to Europe would tho gold stand ard of Euroiw bu tho samo that it now is Thcro is nccording to tho report of tho troasnry department 3000000 000 of gold in Euroiio An influx of 000000000 would bo an addition of 20 per cent to that stock of money Is it to bo contended that that amount add Â¬ ed to tho volume- of money in European countries would not raiso tho prices of Would tho gold commodities there standard of Europe bo then tho same gold standard that it is now Manifest Â¬ ly not Tho gold standard simply means tho rangoof prices consistent with tho avail- Â¬ able quantity of gold mouoy When our gold had all gono mid entered into tho circulation of European countries its ploco being supplied hero by silver would not tho gold standard of thoso countrioHbo altogether a different stand ard from that of today Would it not lw a much better standard a inoro benef Â¬ icent standard Would not tho rango of prices in Europo bo materially increased by tho inflow of so largo on amount of gold Would not a halt bo called to tho unjust increase in tho burden of debt and would not our products exported to Europo command much better prices than thoy now do To what better ploco could our gold go than to tho markets in which wo sell our wheat cotton po troloum tobacco nnd meat products Meanwhile as each dollar of silver took tho ploco in our circulation of each dollar of gold as tho gold wont ont onr prices could not alter It will suroly not bo contended that a dollar of sih or could havo any moro effect than a dollar in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What wo nro at Â¬ tempting to do is to secure tho adoption of a national policy thnt will cuablo business to bo conducted on steady prices for tho products of labor If cmployors cannot condnct business without incur- Â¬ ring loss idlo men cannot And employ Â¬ ment Thoy will earn thoir money If given tho opportunity But if thcro Is not enough money in tho community to prevent falling prices it is impossible that men can bo kept in nninterruptod employment Wo aro simply attempting to secure tho adoption of laws that will permit ho issuo of metallic money as has been ho custom of all tlmo If w o aro to have metallic money how is it to bo gotluto circulation How do pcoplo get gold monoy Do they not havo to work for it Men havo to work oven for bank notes which havo n6no of this valuable qnality which so many call lntrinsio valuo With a correct monetary policy thoso who now corn nothing will bo set to work and will get thoir shore of tho money in tho community without de Â¬ priving others of nu equal opportunity to get such sharo as thoso others may be entitled to Bccnuso a law against stealing does not put money directly Into any mans pocket is it therefore usplcss to enact such laws Bccauso tho preaching of tho gospel docs not put monoy into tho pockets of tho multitude must therefore tho preaching of tho gospol bo dispensed with Bccauso tho obscrvanco of moral ity or justice puts no money directly in to tho pockets of pcoplo must w o therefore ccaso tho Inculcation of those quali- Â¬ ties Why troublo ourselves to commend to our youth tho advantages of educa- Â¬ tion intelligence uprightness honesty equity nnd fair dealing bccauso after all as tho gold advocates inform us money can bo made only by working for it Must not people attempt by proper law to establish correct conditions If gold monomctallists nro right then tho decaloguo is a superfluity nnd tho 8crmon on tho mount mere cxnbcranco of emotion No ono can seo very clearly how cither of thoso puts money directly Into tho iKickets of tho people Let tho bankers lnuochargo of tho Issuing of the monoy of tho country nnd they will be happy Tho pooplo of this country havo determined however that tho issuo of money which is a function of hover oignty hull bo exercihed by thcmt olvcs through their go eminent nnd It is use less for tho innks to attempt to override tho w ill of tho people nuybody s pocket Â¬ Â¬ modities except in tlio mart gnuttnl nnd Jnfluitcslnml degree not merely by tho stimulus to business but by reason of tho incrcaso in real incomes resulting to fho industrial clisses ns n consequenco of tho incteoscd prudrirtion of gold Ho demonstrated that tho Tendency of all increases in tho olnmo of money wns to effect n larger proixirtionnta distribution of money among tho working classes Tlio truo test of tho prosperity of tho pcoplo is thoir ability to consume No peoplo can havo tho highest capacity for consumption whilo largo numbers among them nr6 unemployed With steady prices or prices having a slight tendency to rise omploycrs will bo seeking work Â¬ men with all tiio zcnl that workmen nro now seeking employers MONTHLY CROP REPORT Tho weather the first ten lays of May wns ory fiNoralilo for farm work and vpg lotion but a cool wave set in on tho 12ili itiBt w leh continued through the week and on the 1 Hli Inst severe frosts occurred throughout Hie Statu In many places in tho State Ico was formed from one eight to one quarter inches in thick Â¬ ness Heavy frosts occurred on the 15th and 10th The damage from this spell was not so much as was thought it would be as it was followed by heavy ralna and showers which were a great benefit to pastures and meadows The rain which came on the 1th of this month was thought to be general and very much neeped as complaints wire already coming in that stock water was getting scarce The genoial tono of the correspondents for this month are not at all flattering on tho contrary very gloomy It was thought for a while that tho wheat was damaged very much by tho frecza but the damage was viry slight tf any Tho 11 esian Fly has made its appearanco in many parts of the State doing very great damage to tho wheat crop Some correspondents repo t a large portion of the crop falling from tho effects of the fly Others report that tho rust Is dam Â¬ aging the crop very materially Tho condition of crop as compared to lost year 83 1 percent a considerable reduc tion from last month conv Tlio reports from correspondents are very full and very nearly every county in tho State has suffertd from the rav Â¬ ages of the army and cut worm Tho cut worm was never known to bo so bad many correspondents report that corn had to be planted as many as three times and that tho crops will necetsarily be very lato The damage to the corn from tho freeze was very great It turned yel- Â¬ low and looked badly for some time and where it was left to grow Is very little if any in advanco of that that was planted over If our farmers will recollect that a large portion of our corn crop was planted in June last year which seems very late but our seasons aro getting later every year The theory of fall plowing to prevent cut worms is exploded for they seem to be ar bad on one kind of ground as another but as thore aro many other advantages from fall plowing the farmer should not abandon it Tho aercnge of corn as compared to lost year is 02 per cent Â¬ Â¬ Girl Tkiaks t t Written by c Nuir want to know If you will ilmlly tell me so Hnw yott ever came in guess Just how all the girls can kiss You never klrscd girl I know So pleaie step up and tell us how You ever came to have the gall To sy what you dont kndw at all 1 take the part or Union Star And say you really went too far And give you this to understand That when we kits vri kiss a man mmmm John P Jones Free Pills Send your address to II K Bucklen Co Chicago and get a frco sample box of Dr Kings tfew Ltfo Pills A trial will convince you of their merits These pills aro easy in action and are particu- Â¬ larly effective in tho cum of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver trouble s they havo been proved invaluable They are guaranteed to bo perfectly free from ctcry deleterious sub- Â¬ stance anil to be purely vegetable They The girls havo something else to do 1 han kiss a little thing like you They would much rather see you smother Than even klr s ycra for your mother Hereafter when you want to blow Take some subject that you know And leave the girls alone without You really know what youre about If yon wish the gli Is to think yon niceYou had better take a girls advice Or learn a lesson from a foot And not tell tales when out of schrol Union Star May 4 1805 1 P That Plate Columbia MEANS rj THE BEST BICYCLE On the steering head of every Columbia bicy- Â¬ cle of this years make that name plate appears It is unique handsome and indicates much satisfaction and highest enjoyment to the rider No other bicycle has ever equalled a Columbia No other bicycle ever shall equal a Columbia The greatest bicycle factory in the world says so Somo folks will think that Dr Bells do not weaken by their action giving tonu to stomach and greatly Invigorate tho system size 25c per box Sold by A R druggist A but by bowels Regular Fisher T DeJernett Dauok Ciiamton County Mo Juno 2 1C95 Mr Editor Before my wifo and I boarded tho train for tho West at Cloverport Ky February 10 1805 I promised n number of friends that they would heat from mo through tho col- Â¬ umns of the News presuming upon your kindness of course None but thoso who havo passed through tho ordeal know what it is to leave their native home and wave per- Â¬ haps a last farewell to friends that are near and dear yet such is Hfe To ono accustomed to tho rugged sur faco of Meade and Breckenridgp there is a neer ending pleasure in looking ovor the beautiful prairie and I do not wonder nt Mackay giving expression to his thoughts when ho wrote To tho Wcitl to the Welti where the riven that flow letter From S Pine Tar Honey is no belter than the common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves that its tho best on earth For eale by 8hort Hayncs Cloverport JJ K II McMullin McDanielsM Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosetla WJS Brown IrvJngton Ky A A Richardson Garfield A It Morris Big Spring Ky W C Moorman Glendcano Ky P Sher ron Bros Co Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardlnsburg Ky Gone Home Died near Mattlngly Ky June 4 1805 Mrs Laura Pate nee Miss Laura Brickey ago twenty thrto years past She leaves a husband and baby nine months old a father and mother sisters and brothers with a host of friends to mourn her loss Wo extend our most heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones and especially to tho heart broken moth- Â¬ er who loved her child so dearly She was a member of the Baptist church and was a dovoted christian no ono know her but to love her In her dying hour Eho said I tried to live n shining star and in the morning I will be walk Â¬ ing the golden streets of a new Jerus- Â¬ alem then she closed her eyes forever Sleep on dear Laura You are at rest God called Ihee home When he thought beit Oh father do not weep Iur now she Is at rest She is walking the golden streets Where everything H blest NewPdceJlOO srTS HARTFORD Bicycles next best 50 for Boys and Girls sizes 80 60 An AH oftheso famous wheeU tree at tiny Columbia Aenoy or will tie moiled for two a eoat stamps Catlogao BtUKCHSTOaSSt Ifetr York Chicago Hostoa 9sKVesuWfiSr San Francisco Providenoo BaSalo w w sss WM Hun thousand Where the green waving forest that echo our call Are wide ai old England and free to u ail Where the pralrlct like scat where the billon have rolled Are broad as the kingdoms and empires of old And the lakes aielikcoceansln storm orln rot Away far away to the Land of the West ro of miles ipreadlng out at they 0 ALLEN Ky 5ww w Agent for the Columbia and Hartford Bicycles Cloverport IIVB States entertain great fear that if tho siher purchaoo law is not repealed the workingmon will bo paid in depreciated money monoy of low purchasing pow cr whilo tho employers will ktep tho gold monoy for thomsolvcs bccnuso it will as they snpposo hovo higher pur- Â¬ chasing power I w nJi somo of them or their friends had taken tho tronblo to indicnto how this rcMilt w is to bo brought about so that wo might havo before xis tho modus operandi If silver dollars wero to beconio de preciated in relation to what would thoy beconio depreciated Would they become depreciated in relation to tho products of labor Dw anybody supposo that if tho products of labor bring n higher price tho wages of tho laborer will not ribo with tho prico of tho products Nothing can lo clearer than that tho wages of labor must in tho long run fall w it li tho firicos of tho products of labor and that thoy must riso with rising prices for thoso products and with tho modern organization of labor the riso of wages must promptly follow a riso of jirices In tho latter caso not only does labor riso but tho univorxal testimony is that it maintains tho riso for a considerable time after tho general rangoof prices of commodities has fallen nnd this by reason of tho natural indisposition of tho working classes to havo thoir wages reduced and their stubborn opposition to any proposition looking to that end With tho axticlo which is tho product of labor persistently falling in prico how can tho employer keep on paying tiio workingman a dollar that is constantly growing more valnnblo How could anybody nfford to con Â¬ tinue manufacturing if ho must ray wag as at tho former ritowlillo tho prod uct of tho labor is falliug in prico There was a time as wo nil know when tho motal thnt was becoming tho cheaper and more plentiful was not sil Â¬ ver but gold What wns tho boliof at that tirao regarding tho probablo effect of such cheapening process on tho wages or tho workingman And whnt class of tho community was then deemed enti tled to commiseration owing to tho growing cheapness of tho monoy Tho working classes nro specially ben efited by increases of thovolnmoof mon oy Referring to3 tho effects upon those classes of tho incrcaso of tho rnonty vol nmo of tho world by tho California nnd Australia discoveries Professor Calrncs Essays In Political Economy has demonstrated that tho additiou of 40 per cent to tho money volumo of Great Brit Â¬ ain between 1831 nnd 1850 was pre vented from nffcctinir tho nrlccs of com Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mock IYnrs Tliat llio Wnrltliigmru May 1nlil In Ii predated kilter Others of tho gold standird advocates among whom aro found tho Now York bankers and tho president of tho United There Is as much truth as poetry in the quotation when wo nro reminded of tho fait that England and Wales have an area only of 50000 f quare miles with a population of 20000000 Missouri has an area of 08715 Fquaro miles aud n pop- Â¬ ulation of 2070000 Chariton county Ib one of tho largest in northern central Missouri and is bor- Â¬ dered on tho south east by tho Missouri river For agriculture it is perhaps without a rival Four railroads cross tho county iz theWabash Chicago Santa fo Cal O B K Cy and the Glasgow branch The readers of the News may have somo idea of tho moro extensivo farmers by reading tho following clipped from tho Keytesville Courior Mr J W Simpson saj s tho Brunswick News recently visited the ranch of Mr Newt Long flvo miles north of Mendon and speaks with enthusiasm about the per- Â¬ fection with which Mr Long brteds Hereford cows of which ho ownes 100 also fifty fine yearling calves which closely resemble tach other Mr Simpson declares that ho never saw euch a fine exhibit of thorough bred show cat- Â¬ tle until he visited Mr Longs ranch which embraces C 100 acres of land I am told that tho largest farm In the county belongs to Mr Itiedol and that the Chicago Santa Fe California road runs seven miles on his land and makes a beautiful curve around his palatial residence Yet farming upon a small scalo and with old stylo implements is just as profitable here as anywhere In the world because owing to the wonderful facility of modern transportation a man would havo to compete with labor sav- Â¬ ing machinery if he got his produce to market even though he bo a hermit using the relics of baibarisra on the re- Â¬ motest Isle of tho sea Crops at present are looking well al though they wtre damaged in some localities by the recent cold wave Tho peoplo of Kentucky are troubled with the cut wonn but the poople of Missouri are troubled with tho silver worm and goldbug STDkJbiinett Â¬ Â¬ Tho condition of ryo as compared to lafityear is placed vl Oil 5 per cent OATS OaU have suflered moro from tho ray ages of the worms than either wheat or Dear mother find thy broken heart Your race Is nearly run And you will meet that loved child When your earthly talk is done Kind husband may you weep npt Although you are sad and lone Prepare yourself to meet her Mic will tenderly call you homiv There will bo a Picnic on tho rye tho plant being young and tender when they made their appearance Many fields have been laid waste by them There is about an average crop sown Tho acreago is placed at 92 per cent CLOVER Ilrothers and sisters she is gone She Is with God and with angels there And to prepare you all a dwelling place Where all is bright and fair Fourth of July At the usual place at Clover has suffered moro fiom the That wo all may clasp hands in heaven effects of tho worms than cither blue is the wish of one who loved hor grass or timothy More especially young Fbonik Pate clover which iu many places has been Mattingly Juno 8 entirely destroyed The comparative condition Is placed at SO per rent E W Bagby n promlnont lawyer of TOHACCO Paducab Ky says that Dr Bells Pino The questions asked this mouth con- Â¬ Tar Honey cured his children of whoop- Â¬ cerning tobacco was to tho condition of ing cough when all things else failed tho plants and to tho acreage Quite a Its a now remedy for all coughs For of correspondents number write sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr Whole plant beds entirely destroyed by B II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer Co Buras A Taylor Rosetta W tho worms and unable to get more and ground will be planted to corn Plants E Brpwn Irvington Ky A A Rich- Â¬ that have been set are all destroyed by ardson QarfleldKy A It Morris Big Spring Ky W 0 Moorman Glen worms and prospects very gloomy Co The condition of tho plants is placed at deane Ky P Sherron Bros 01 5 The acreago is placed at 805 per Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardlnsburg Kv cent TIMOTHY St RomaulcFs Catholic Church For tho benefit of a new church Everybody is Invited A fine speaker will To secured for tho occasion Ho will not make a political harangue but will speak on questions of importance to every citizen and will say things that every patriotic citizen should hear There will be nntil mnaii nnrl n Hn a ilinnns llAlm nd n hha nrasim ahIh In fan am J rtlll Iia n a day for all THE COMMITTEE tf TM J C BOURNE J M TiABPSrt DANIEE BROOKS BOUBNE HAEPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON Brandenburg Business College Timothy in many places is heading Summer session opens June 24th and out very uneven Prospects not bo good as a month ago and largo proportions is continues three months Terms 5 per month Success guaran Â¬ cheat or chess moro so than usual Tho teed in three months Bookkeeping condition is placed at 85 per cent Telegraphy and Shorthand and Type Â¬ IASTUUES writing Write at once for circulars Tho condition of pastures is reported C M NEVITT Prin not bo good as a month ago The per Brandenburg Ky cent is placed at 81 We rofer you to tho editor of this paper APILE8 STOCK YARDS i niiiKim w i irv av ill Senn Ackermann Brewing rnopniETons EXPORT BOTTLE BEER Co MAIN itio to nso TELEPHONE STREEtBRRWERY for Family Use ItINO 8 As there was not much of an apple crop last year the percent will run very high The comparative per cent is placed at 110 TEACHES AesIstantEditor is what we want Would you say votes or votes are what we 4r main st t OTTTflT7TT T V U AO AUUfil XJ V T TTV j JX J ECZEMA trying to cure me of this disease I visited Hot Springs and was treated by the best medical men but was not benefited When all T TTTTI failed I things nad i determined to trv S S S and in four months was entirely cured The icmow eczema was gone not a sign From earlv child hood until I was grown my family spent a fortune i PPOfUl and I hata never had any return of Claeeee Some advocates of tho gold standard inquiro with a sneer how it is that free ooiwiga of silver is gc lBjj to pwt Money into the peeks of he workingmen mm most give labor for Tbef sty that we agree I advocat Â¬ momnf ing be re eoinase of stiver mea do Mt attempt qJHtt motsfr ateeetlr into rirnmmnr4jk1 S S S to numta o frlenJe for skin mIU4Imv never y known a feHweto CEO w I uimTenH nHnnn irwm Nerer tt fttsaa rm tt am 9 AA m izrctft2iSiiffic v all to core to alter all oumt i dies aavd Our i ikwin nu I have two llttlo grand children who aro teething this hot summer weather and are troubled with bowel complaint I give them Chatnb rlnlna Colic Chol- Â¬ era and Diarrhcca Komedy and It acts liko a charm I earnestly recommend it for children with bowel troubles I was myself taken with a sovere attack ol bloody flux with ciampa and pains in my stomach one third ot a bottle of this remedy cured mo Within twenty four hours I was out of bed and doing my houso work Mrs W L Dunogan Bon A now theory in tho treatment of aqua Hickman Co Tenn For sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky Kincheloo coughs lung and bronchial affections has been advanced by the manufacturers of A Board Hardlnsburg Ky Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It li truly a Half Rates on Sundays All dealers sell wonderful remedy For sale Taking effect May 20th the Louisville It on a positive guarantee Dr St Louis Texas Hallway will sell on by Short k Haynes Cloverport every Sunday round trip tickets between It II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer all Its stations on main lino at ono faro A Co Buras A Taylor Rosette W E for the round trip Tickets are good Brown Irvington Ky A A Richard- Â¬ only on date of sale good returning same son Garfield Kyj A It Morris Big day This gives everyono an opportun- Â¬ Spring Ky W 0 Mooraaa Glen ity to visit ono jif the large cltieeor spend deane Ky P Sherron Bros A Co aday with their friends along the line Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsharg For Further Information call on agents Ky or address II O Morduk A OP A I felt like a king at the banquet Lankvllle Ky And get as faM m a geese Extra valiwsjn wall paper We U TWk morning Im awry I drank it slro to close ont nr tor ttw jpqA Mm tWdwtetv Tor the fat is I Money by netting our erlsas Very few couutles npoit having peaches Thoso repotting have a good crop which mako the per cent very high The per cent is placed at 85 potatoes Potatoes are looking very well con- Â¬ sidering all the troubles they had to en- Â¬ counter First the frost then tho worms and now the potato bug The acreage compared to last year is 03 per cent nous Average number of hogs as compared to former years is placed at 01 per cent Tho average number of brood sows is placed at 04 per cent Nicholas McDowell Commr Juno 7 1805 want Editor of Dally Bread very busy Hair pin and belt buclcle attached for Write it either way and if any other pa 20 cents Something new Babbages af per pickffus up on it you can lay it on the blamed proofreader Â¬ No Faith Cure Lear Sin ErrERsoN Ky I always say a good word for tho Electropolse whenever I havo an opportunity as I think I owe to my neigbors and friends to let them know of it Tho doctors are Inclined to make fun of me as well as the Electropolse for the i Babuis svd ik m stand I take hut such evidence as I have ol Its merits would convince the most One instance that I consider skeptical asreraarkable as any other that I have ever seen happened this past spring The Monday after Eater during that very cold winter the men brought a young calf to the house nearly frocen to death put it to the fire and wo all work Â¬ ed wfth It from daylight until about 11 oclock when all hands gave it up The froth was running out ol its mouth and it could not swallow I attached the Eleclropoke and In a short time it began to show signs of returning vitality and ia one hear swallowed milk and sat tip and bteatel and but 4 oclock was oat n the yard with its meDier and Inside ol two days was as friaky a Mttle colt as you ever saw No one who saw the ealf had any hops of its gsUing well and yet there are people toolWu enough to say that the KUetropoiee works Us ewes by luaglBatkM I would like to ak bow wweh imagfoaUeB tits ealf had T M W B 11 FltYQH Mr Q T Httf hm of talrWao HJmwIm jwjwtti pood msoIbi from this twatiaant In JPoor Health r trilling ailments ryAvrvwvvvVlvAvMi A A It takes a rich man to draw a check a pretty girl to draw atten tion a horse to draw a cart a j free lutich to draw a crowd and J an advertisement in the Nkws j to draw the trade GREGORY WHARFMASTER8 GLBVERPfMlT CO KENTUCKY t vk means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result fromv neglected Also Wholesale andReUU Dealers fa Yellow Fine Floerlnf ShlstlM Hair m4 aH kinds art Cm Lrw - Latin CeasMt Dont play with Natures greatest gift health IM Ltllf j Browns Iron Kiffnrc i IjotllM1 et t nsmk J KWMMIIy tX llVdltKftASt Dwi Hemestsail Ordan Bflrt Saih isd pMwta if IslMtef MsUrlal Sale Ageata bmwm ntrvevi 1 have no ppti Mid cant wtfk J s aUa Fertilizer it k whI 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