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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fwqipiffrrrtFr ri jvtr uti l Av - Vol xix IJtiJi BRECKENRIDGB NEWS VA CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY tr i i 3 1895 NOi 50 u I it K X f h t v W j Iffe f y if f THE PLATFORM First Tho Democracy of Kentucky in contention assembled congrntulitu tho country upon tho repeal of tho MeKin ltiy tnrlir law rind upon the ividtiices we have on every haudofretuudngprcs poilly under tho operations of inlicul and uahzedtaritr taxation j nnd wo denouuee us fhiught with ihuiK r and FOR YOUNG LADIES dUueter tho threat of our ltepuhtutu Is tho beat furnished school in tho Sou h Employs twenty Uach ml vci paries to r irVtablUh u pioltelivo Has seven ex- Â¬ tnnlluiid to reiunugurutu n poliry of offl from tho host Schools pf America and Europe and a patronage from uiuquul taxation which in conmciloii perienced teachers in tho musical department with general mtsgovirnment by the twenty throo states Itapublicun jiarty culmtuuted ill the Tho Collego building ono of tho finest in tho state is handsomely business panic of 1SUX Second The Democratic party which furnished 100 rooms heated by sfeam and lighted by gag hotand cold has always stood for tho separation of water with bath rooms attachedijj iJ i i of SeVeral young ladies from this cojnty liVJbfiei altehdlngthiB last church and State for tho sake alike does not civil aud religious freedom A very hundromo year and many moro will attend this coming year hesitate to cotiduunnll efforts to create catfiloguo will bo sent freo to any one 4on application also a largo litho- Â¬ a distinction among citizens bccuibu of Pleaso mention this paper differences in fnith ta repugnant to an graph in fourteen colors of the building enlightened age nud abhorrent to tho for ono Address andwrite instincts of American freemen rllQVi B 1 CABELL Third We reaffirm without qualifica BOWLINa GREEN KY tion tho principles and policies declared V by the national democratic platform of 18U and declaro that our pteseut na- Â¬ tional Democratic administration is entitled to tho thanks ot the party for its honest courageous and statesmanlike i management of public affairs and we express our undiminished confidence in THE FOURTH D I ST It I IT THATS THE TICKET AND PLAT- Â¬ the Democracy and patriotism of Presi Â¬ Tho meeting of tho Fourth Conre6s dent G rover Cleveland and his distin- Â¬ FORM AND EVERY DEMOCRAT ionnl District was almost aa stormy i 1 tho guished co adviser and Secretary John big Convention when it met to felect G Carlisle of Kentucky meuiberB of the various commities In Kentucky Will Stand For It to a Fourth When the Democratic patty Tiio fight came up over naming tho man came into power in 107 tho bonded in Â¬ toBftrve on ti6 tCouimHteo on Ikeolu Man of Kentucky was oyer 4 tiotis E TJudloy Walker was ptt in debtedness 000000 Tho nominal value of tho rsjr ts nomination by the gold men and liavid Sinking Fund wits about 3000 of Tho Tickets All Right and tho 1 Murray by jtho sHver men It was 000the made up in part of internal improve Â¬ Biiggcsfed that tho gentlemen ex lain at Platform Is All Rioht their position on tho currency question ments that cost over and wero cairied wranjjlij cbmme jced a valuation of 4800000 but which cAiyl with this tho yielded at that tirao no net revenue and If you Dont Liko tho Ticket Vote Mr ratVcr was tho firet to mou jt a wero worth in cash only nbout 000000 chair lie was not very clear in defiling deficit in the For tho Platform his position but it wus evident from what thus showing an actual Sinking Fund as compared with our in- Â¬ he said that ho was not favorably of about 000000 Since clined toward tho white metal Ho indebtedness jlddgcd every direct qwt tiou on tire r ub- - 1S07 tho bonded indebtedness has been nd tho nviltbIo If tho Platform Dont Suit Yotr ww Jfcu dt tell when kw 5oti related to 660000 saMof rtw Simking Fund mo fiinn Vote For tho Ticket whore he was at thioogh jast Mr Murray was moro decided in his equal that sum Wo have increased tho annual appro- Â¬ views declaring in very plain terms that priation for bupport ot our charitable ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WELL he was for free silver at 10 to 1 and op institutions from 230000 in 1S07 to Mur- Â¬ 08cdto tho single gold standard ON TO VICTORY ray had a majority of the votes- - of tho 300000 in 1805 and whilbt improving District the night before and but Jo the our judicial system by increasing the number of courts nnd tho frequency of The great Democratic Convention of treachery of some of the delegation from their terms wp havo been compelled to had pledged tliemsolv s to tho StateAof Kentucky met in Music JJariorfwho increaso our expenditures ono of tho llall Louisville- - last week It was a JimCwonld have been ejected Tin vote greatest items of which is tho cost of Btood 31 for Munay and 41 J for Wi lker great meeting stormy windy and criminal prosecutions and a notictablu hilarious Wo never want to vitneSB ohii Kelly defeated Tom McEIro- - for fact in connection with which is thai tho Committeeman on Permaucnt Organi- Â¬ tho liko of it again It amounted to Increase is greatest in districts coutrolhd nothing more than a struggle for the zation Judge T It McBeath was by Republican ofilcinls Wo havo never Â¬ unanimously elected on tho Coran ittee Principles good government ofllces theless been able to decrease thu current and equality under tho laws go for naught on Credentials and II A Sommcrs was rate of taxation for general revenue pur Â¬ elected yico President defeating J P In the raritaukerous overpowering on Â¬ poses from twenty cents on tho one slaught of a few men to capture a few Thompson ami the lion Lafayette hundred dollars of taxablo property in Green Munay Ilhbbard was ri competty offices Good men fair men con- ISO to fifteen cents in 1893 The Demo Commttee mended for tho yrvativo men who boliovo In honest John D Babbage Executive Secrets y oi cratic majmity havo voluntarily increas Â¬ acted as politics and in an honest government of ed tho annual expenditures fjr tho the people and for the people dont ap tho meeting support of common bchools from 250000 prove of any uch proceedings a took Tho Hon W E Minor developed a in 1807 to about 2000000 in 1893 and place in Lbuisvllle lafet week for by wisely providing separate Echools for good deal of strengtlV in his rac The JNkws will supporlthe ticket wo ofrAgnculture Hal he tho two races aro to day giviug to thoÂ¬ wero knocked out on tho platform but Commissioner come into tho race sootier and tnrdo a childrt n of the colored race opportunibeing knocked out does not change our ties for education they nowhero olto views on tho currency question A canvass ho would have stood a good show enjoy As it was ho had our as- Â¬ for winning majority of Democrats in Convention Iu tho face of unexampled difficulties sembled havo declared that Mr Clove friend Nail considerably worried He tho Democratic party has succeeded in was nominated by Harvey Smiti of land and Mr Carlisles interpretation of wholly withdrawing convict labor from the Democratic Platform of 1892 is iion Hardin and tho Hon E E JlcKi y of competition with free labor and in abol Â¬ to Neeoh seconded the nomination with est wise and palrlotiu and entitled ishing thu practice inherited from tho the thanks of the PurlyBein a Dem- Â¬ onofthe best speeches madu in the Republican patty of leasing tho convicts to the will of Convention ocrat we of course submit to parties interested solely in making the majority and shall give our support Davo Murray has a number of fnends profit out of their labor and iu adopting to the ticket trusting to the future and the modern and improved methods by tho will of the people for what wo be- Â¬ in the Fourth District and his dunces which tho State and its officers aro made are good in tho next race for Congress finally prevail lieve will It is conceded by Democrats from nil directly responsible for tho management The actfon of the Convention is not a of our State prisons and under which disannointment to the News We never over the District that ho would havo tho las race easily had ho beep tho our penitentiary system has beeti and is had tho faintest hopo of a silver plank being greatly improved talntr ftilnhtnl Ttin men who control- pomlneo Of tho party VV r- i During the twenty eight years tho conventions had no sympathy for the people have intrusted tho Democratic Tho most diagraceful scramble in tho movement and wero ogaiust it As Joe patty witli tho control of tho State Gov- Â¬ Blackburn vory truly says it is impos Convention was Jn the race for Secietary ernment its administration has been sible to win a fight against a combination of State The hoodlums of Louisville characterized by tho strictest economy of money and federal patronageespecially headed by John Whallen and his gang and integrity and in this regard wo In- Â¬ whore both are furnished In unlimited were trying to pot In Ueadley Wlie i thejrfoandthey had ncshow Hevlloy vite comparison with any Republican Â¬ The Convention was domquantities Stategovernment inated by a hoard of bankers Federal was withdrawn and his veto throvn to Fifth Wo express our confidence in Col Stoddard Johnson in order to defeat Â¬ oillce holders and a lot of hungry polithe vi8dom nnd honoty with which tho Â¬ Hero th scramble com ticians who wero willing to sacrifice any Metcalf present Stato administration lias con Â¬ principle aud come to terms on most any menced with Major Halo and Metcalf in ducted tho affairs of our Stato govern- Â¬ grounds to satisfy their greod for tho tho thickest of the fight The i rowd rushed down in front of the Chaiimau ment ofllces Honey Talks There was an element in the Con Â¬ Hale mounted tho stngo to get recog Â¬ vention who fayprcd the singlq gold nition from the Chairthen came Motcalf Money talks Senator Stewart has of standard and the endorsement of Cleve- Â¬ from tho rear of the stage when Halo fered to sell all his interests in stiver land and Carlisle There was another grabbed him aud one would havo thought mines for 20 This story fliat freo coin element who wanted to secure tho they wero going to fight it out witli their age would bo solely for tho benefit of ofllces also another element who stood fists They wero shoved oil tho stago by owners of silver mines has gone on long for principle and the cause of the people the police and order was restored No enough It Is time for tho goldbugs to OtIy takes twenty and they were flgbtiug for a silver plank man could tell what either wrnted put up or fchut up The single standard advocates didnt When candidates for au important and dollar to put tip care for the offices what they nnWl Ulfcfc oOlt like that U tho SecreUry of PupulUt leaders say their pijly will put and inanhood Yiua a gum liuun uuu miuu it nun iuuuu Statolose their dignity get this they would bo and encage in a disgraceful struggle audi out a full tickft at tho Slate Convention they couldnt Thursday satisfied with an indorsement ot Ulevo an took place in this contest it is truly to b held in Louisville The politicians and disgusting Carlisle hind and AWAY THROW oftke scokers found they couldnt make THE TICKET rofl no long Â¬ so it was agreed to eatisfy these two It nitil of for Coterjtor clumey elements that a compromise was tho IWUAHDIN OK MEticmt givo only partial rollei only way to adjust differences and givo which Vet Lieut povernor at bent never cure but often Mch side what they wanted Inflict great injury Inducing HvTTYlBU 01 HKJKMAN etrunguliUou rntlarauittloa goldbug eloment and the Hardin The Auditor For t managers Inado a deal by which Hardin I WOONB L C NOIIMAXjOK wu to receive tue nomination in turn matter nr how ng itandiag- KorTrvurer U tmimntlv am n wttnt lz r an endorsement of the AdmiuUtra CLAY without tue kulf icrpiiPiOJ est poraanemiy our m Thi left the silver men clear out1 wlthcmt purn Another and lur Jttglittcr Triumph In BenservaUtfo Surgery G tl SWANGO OP WOMK it Is the pleasure of voting for a silver 1or AttotpcjGtocrul SMBOont iue credit oi an tins tfeiieifl WJIIKUIUCK Of FLEMING ieg and trickery is laid at the door of MORS teKSKJSEr tho greatest Maj Luke 0 Norman 4Iwm ef th orlower bowel promptly ourej l or Secretary ol State vjkuit win rwort to Mte knife the State He wai Hits IIALH F2XUZ BT0NE 1m ebarge of Hardins forces and at the i avoMluff cutting Ipr CbuiniUilbncr of Axricuturt mm Mate wMtaklsf eara of Noriitan JON H AIL very little U 111 avrwiUi8W uh Abundant KoforMoei m4 fuiaph cwMbiff 1M on ulwve dteAMot Kut w lJ In Mta -4o U a CoJuHan oJw r tban to east Kor Superqtnclent flf Iubllc tiutroct on VMfH W ota MuihI KD rOKTJCU TJIOMlSOV X Bjirt HBMOAb JtMoaATKMI Bufcte tbf toU of bWcouuty as dlrtotW PLEASE RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION FOR 1895 TIKIS IBIEjST vrA 11 ge FoWer ZECEjnsrccxsraiErsrs EKRON IDEAL HOM E SCHOOL J M Dugan went to thb city Tuesday J K llramlett went to Alton hid Fatunlay J U Smith and Dr Wlllett went to wo- - k LouivlUt Charles Anderfon of Giuto i was In to it Friday evening fur a sfioit time ltl l I Wuolfoik I H 1 Cliirtiiiy tMiitti louitjvillf Monday T M Wirtl 11 ud MIh Uetia Shaek lett went t Hill Gruve Fhlay to vi lt rehtives Mi Mattio Roberts of Louisville Is expected to vlilt Mr3 Mattio Wrathor tills wtuk bitsN nnd il MrTedWaifleldofCementvllleInd was hero last week visiting friends fur fc fS IS H Prcs Â¬ HARDIN AND SOUND DEMOGRAOY several days MrrJ K Drauilctt completed a nico rcsidenco for Mr J 13 Smith last week Mr llrnnilett is a first class carpenterand Mr Smith did well to secure his services Thu proprietors of tho picnic hero on tho Fourth aro preparing to entertain a huge crowd There will be half rates on the road from all points on the rd nnd lth It S Dowell J M Hlckerson nnd I S Roberts Sr went to Valley creek in Hardin county Friday to meet with tho Sunday School convention nnd Home Mitt ion Board Mts Susan Shaeklett of Gainesville Texaa ts vibitiug her brother Mr It S Dowell She left here thirty five years ago and this is her first visit back to her old Kentucky homo Mr Dowell hod not seen her for nineteen years Their meeting was very touching and affec- Â¬ tionate twolve-uionths-o- Iwllll AjDiDxojsr j ktx Thursday July 4th WILL 13E OF THE AT Ml A fino string band has -- On the L St L will bo at landing TRE d on banks of the Ohio River Tho Railroad and Steamboats will sell round trip tickets ot One Fare for the round trip and a Ferry An opportunity of a lifo timo to enjoy a day away from homo been engnged AND DANCING WILL BE FREE with a dancing iloor of 15x90 feot long enjoy yourself No matter how which will bo in our NEW STORE BUILDING Nothing liko it in this country and wa will do our best that you hard it rains there will be plonty of shelter for everyone clid Last Juno Dick Crawford brought his Thcro is no Hall outsido of Louisville with a dancing space as largo child suffering from oflicers of the law here to preserve it Infantile diarrhiiM to me It had been as this twenty or twenty five sots can danco at a timo and not bo crowded weaned at four months old nnd had al ways been sickly I gave it tho ueunl CGME ONE COME ALL and havo a good time you will regret it if you do not treatment in such cases but without benefit Tho child kept growing thinner until It weighed but little more than when born or yerhapi ten pounds I then started the father to giving Cham bcrluins Colic Cholera and Diarrhaa HENRY DIEK DAN DIEK FRED DUTSCHKEY Remedy Before ono bottle of tho 25 L D ADDISON MARION WEATHERHOLT cent size had been used n marked im Â¬ provement was sot n and Its continued uso cured tho child Its weakness and Misses Lula King and Kate Faynter Tho most centrally located H RATE3 puny constitution disappeared and its Hotollnthoeltu are visiting relatives nnd friends in Sono 7 EVaZVrtROAY father and myself believe the childs life rn was saved by this Remedy J T Mar Mrs McWright of Glendnle visited low M D Tunmroa III For sale by her parents Mr and Mrs James Fainter A It Fisher Clovorport Ivy Â¬ Of all kinds will bo in abundanco and at reasonable piices Tho best of order will be had as wo will havfl Remember Dancing Tree Day and Night AisrAGKERs 0 I fJT5 and Kinchelou it Hoard Hardinsburg Ky last Sunday BIG SPRING Everything is quiet and everybody Is busy Miss Zilma Strother visited friends in Brandenburg last week Mrs Mary Mendor is now visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Klizabthtown Mr James Named was visiting in Vino Grovo ono diiy last week Dr Strother visited friends in Bran Â¬ denburg Inst Saturday and Sunday Misses Lndio nnd Jenniu Clarkson vis- Â¬ ited relatives in Ilraudenburg last week Mis Mamio Moorman of Vino Grove visited relatives and friends hero last of Rome Ind here visiting her daughter Mrs J week Mrs Shoemaker is W II T Conway libation Ky wns in the city Tuesday visiting his sister Mrs Â¬ Â¬ C M Bradley MUs Bcttio flarvin who has been teaching muMc hcie this summer has returned homo to Rowletts Mrs James Cosby who has been visit- Â¬ ing her motlier iudaw Mrs K S Cosby has returned to her home in Los Angles Cal Wo have been absent for sometime Would have written Flense let us in sooner but got beared at cut worm tales Mjr i im iinijn urn ii n CHI3STTZ EOYALTY tails We listened to a very good sermon by Rev Tabb a young minister from Eagle Sunday night at tho Baptist Mill COUNTY SUKVEYOK Office over the Bank of Hardinsburg Finding lost lin- - s and Will nttend to any business in tho lino of Surveying Coireepondcnre in regard to any boundaries of lands Ij ng in a specialty corners Also a Notary Public aud can tako tho ae now Breckenridgo county solicited ledgements of deeds nt timo of survoying if parties desiro it Address nt Hardinsburg Ky church Miss Nell Conway ono of Meade coun- Â¬ girls whobO homo is at Bom Â¬ bay is visiting her sister Mrs 0 M xr -- l tys beat Hardin Drs Gray nnd Strother attended tho Meade county Medical Bradley Mrs Win Dlebald and Mrs Dr A A of Louisville aro visiting McCandles Mr A McCaudkss and family near town Misses May Wyett Kva Bradley Kn ner Butler Mary King and Allie Lewis wero guests of the Misses MeCandless at Brandenburg nmmwiittmmm ONLY A CENTS last Thursday Mrs A W Clarkson and Mirs Betsy Clarkson wi ro visiting relatives in Bran Â¬ denburg last week and attending district What i 11 Remarkable Book 1 Â¬ Conference VRev J M Street Misses Ruby nnd Hortense Mlllor Messrs Robt Miller Geo Dowell and Honry Sipes attended tho Baptist Sunday School Convention at Valley Creek last week uC party composed of tho following young people visited Roborts Cave near here and had a jolly good timo Misses Zelma Strother Daley Meador Maude Dorau Mary McMeador Clara Schmidt Messrs Tom Hardin Charlie MorriF Dr Strother They wero chaperoned by Mr nnd Mrs Bird Hardin Tho cave is ono of rare beauty iu this part of tho country nnd visitors coming here should visit it by all means Â¬ Buoklens Arnica Salve Tho Bust Salvk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt RheumFever Sores TetterChapped iIandsChilblaius Corns nnd nil Skin Eruptions and pos-Â¬ itively cures Files or no pay required It i guarctel to sir perfect satisÂ¬ faction or money refunded Trice 25 cents per box For sale by A It Fisher Â¬ UPTON Fine rain ou tho 15th B G Beavers Xolln Is In town MlssCnrlie Ferry wo hear U quite sick Mrs Col IT PTln Hays is visiting in Loult-vill- i- Miss Katie Fainter of BonnieviHe is iu town Missis Blaucho Upton and Lela Wyett pilK W IiulihgrrlH TStricture K srsHxs ll are visiting friends at Nolin Missionary meeting at the BaptUt chiidi this city 15th and IGth Mita Rosy Dlxpn lias r turned from a weeks visit to irienda at RowletU Mrs Dock Knight Bonnlevllle is vU- UIbc her daughter Mrs J K Butler Child rtn Cry for Pitchers Casurla Sunday JJ Q Beavers is repairing tho mill hero putting in about 3uuu worm oi new machinery It will bo ready for operation in two or three weeks Miss Stella Upton who has been visit Â¬ ing her sister Mrs It Wnrllold at Long Grove also friends at Vino Grovo has returned homo Robt Crnudle of Richmond Ky is in the city visiting Miss Birdie Farmer We nre just a little anxious about ono of our best girls But all right if she will Misses Ira Mudd of Hodgonvlllo Josio Phillips cf Sonora and Nell nnd Myrtle McCandless this city were guests last Friday of undo Cad aud aunt Susan Watklup LaRue county Of Louisville has fitted up C D Miss Mattio Conway Jacksonville 111 spent last week with her sister Mrs C Ryans old placo with ontircly M Bradley who has recently returned Try him and bo new furniture torn Florida whet sho spent tho win- Â¬ ter for her health Mrs Bradley was continced of iis TTbrkiiiniftii not benefitted by her trip South and is in a very low statu ol health Work is progressing nicely on the public roadd of Hardin county and perhaps by fall nearly all the principle roads of PENNYROYAL WAFERS thu county will havo beon put in excoN AsicMi ptonthlr rnfdlclna for ladltl u4 ivguUM tb miui tu rsktyra leut condition Moit ot them havo beon iToducinff rrm ntmnr an i palnlfil hwhra N thn or mUd on ftp- graded and Many of them piked already iiroftca Novrun4uyortrloowildlec vniiHl IU ax of lnlgiln IIU4 firgmt LifalnJur drutiUI Owing to eomo mistake on tho part of ool IhoM with our lanAtur nMf fftMOfUtl Avoid iulillut IjOO ttti the committee on program we failed to o itsup MrtlouUramtlUM rr tUUXA CHUllOAt Ui Alinw have Childrens Servlct a the first Sunday bsuoa Mtcu ooaPANlt in this month hut will try it now on Forsalo by CHAS C MARTIN Sunday July tho 7 and wo expect a PtMtloilDrsggiit of groat success undor the supervision CLOVKJOHTKY our t IHclent Sunday School Workeis Mrs T J Upton Mrs James Fainter Mrs Dr Turner and Mrs 1 W Jenkins Hfsled by 11 Leo Upton and this hum Â¬ Wo Do you want window shades ble scribe have Boiiu that are slightly soiled They are mounted oh spring rollers The That scrofulous taint which baa been best lluen cloth we are closing them r in yoor blood for years will be expolled out for 50 and 75 cents a pair formerly from 50 rare bargain by taking UooUs t arwiparllla the great went is your to 100 A so take Now opportunity advan blood Mulder J D Bamuuk age - Shave Hair Gut or Shampoo COINS Financial School It is a book for everybody who de- Â¬ sires to know thu facts about fiance and currency IF YOU WANT TO KNOW All About Gold II YOU WANT TO KNOW IRIEJ AJD Silver IT You Want All About II YOU WANT TO KNOW All About Currency rejad it John Balde II YOU WANT TO KNOW ISjSlTJ What Causes the Hard Times It Is it a book for tho people and wlty give them more correct information ahtoit IEIATJ IT Â¬ Gold Silver a Currency Than will bo found in any book on political economy It is so plain and simple that any one can easily understand It It is a book for the business inn the professional man the fanner and the laboring innn It waa writ ton in tho interest of each of them Whether Republican Democrat or Populist evory man who voten should read it UK SUUU TO CALL OK SKNI KOII IT IT WILL COST YOU TOSTIAID fi Window Shades Only 25 Gents - JnoP Babbagi KY CLOVKJtPOMT xs tis L T3r V mplpl J f n rii imi Tnii Jr- o 1 t U1 HARDINSBURG H BRROKRMmDGBl NEBt ovmHPosws try 1 r- - ff f Illmii TVinlai W Breckenridge Jae D News Freprlttri 1895 L 4 7 0 Bsolsgs Edltora and 3 k W TIME TABLE BRANDENBURG Lena Nevilt is EIslo Yeakel In 001X0 WHT WEDNESDAY JULY Baoiorlptlon latitnger Dally arr tardlnsburg12it2 pm Frlet fl00 a Tttr la Advanoe If raid at tlit End of the Year II 25 001HO IAST Passenger Dally arr llardlmbarf 7i0 am Loulsvlllo to visit ANNOUNtJEnKNT ir July reckenrldge 15th ire authorised o tnnounce the HON CIIAIUKS IlIANFOItl as a candidate the Legislature Subject to the action of the Count Republican Convention Leavo your subscription for tho News Mr Jeir Dillon is visiting at Derby Ind Lookout for a wedding in tho city SIX PAGES Democrats everywhere say tho ticket is all right and will win The Populists hold their State conven- Â¬ tion in Louisville to day We are still taking silver dollars at this office for subscriptions Tim ticket will win in November by thirty thousand majority And there stands Jo Blackburn tho greattst statesman of them all Tin poor farmer just tho moment his wheat is ready for market down goes tho price Saturday to tho picnic at Elders Spring Miss Ola McGill returned from Louis- Â¬ Tiik Courier Journal is still keeping ville last week somewhat improved in up it3 warfare on several of the best health Democratic leaders in the State Godfrey I la well is giving the public school building a thorough painting in- Â¬ TnsBEisone thing wearo heartily in side and out favor of and that is tho free and unlimit- Â¬ Miss Tula Daniel has returned from ed p xlnction of Democrats without intho annual meeting of tho W F M S ternational agreement at Morganfield vMr Richard Penick of Custer was When a candidato comes to see you hero last Saturday He reports the crops dont mention his platform This is a in his section good progie8sive ago and platforms arc in the Mrs W B Hardin goes to Central lino of progress like other commodities City Ky to join her husband who is engaged in business there Biilv Barnes was up at tho convention Mrs Phil Weatherford and her nephew and got in somo mighty good work for Master Harry Boston have returned to his s de of tho question Billys voice their home in New Albany was a power and he used it to good Tho choirs from the several churches effect in town arc arranging somo good music for the Sunday School convention July Governor John Young Brown has with- Â¬ 23th drawn from tho race for United States Mrs W J Piggott and Miss Louise Senator His reasons for so doing are Piggott came down from Irvington last purely personal and do not concern the week and were tho guests of Mrs G P public Jolly Miss Fannie Smith recent graduate at The convention didnt pleaso every- Â¬ Midway college has secured a good body but there was no great split school near Elizabethtown to begin the Enough Democrats nill bo found togeth- Â¬ first of August er iu November to elect tho ticket very Kingsburry and Mayhall were here handsomely last Saturday They have nbout com- Â¬ pleted the residence of Mr Ferd Owen The Republicans hope of course that near Jollys station the Democrats will continue their di- Â¬ Mrs Tli 03 Withers is in Louisville versions in this State long enough for this week to meot her mother Mrs Bar them to get into powor but such is not nitz of Virginia who comes here to likely to be the case make this place her home Mrs C L Beard returned from the There comes a call upon all Demo- Missionary meeting at Morganfield last crats for unity and harmony now that WednesJay Sho reports a very profit Â¬ every lias had his say able and interesting session Surely no Democrat in broad old KenMrs John Monarch and children who tucky will fail to realizo tho importance have been visiting her father Mr M of the situation and do duty like a man Miller the past two weeks will return to her homo in Onensboro to morrow Wu have been inclined of late to look Go to Julian Brown for your Hour at tho financial situation witli long faces meal and shipstutr he has bought by tho Post bly some views may have been ex car load purchased when low and will trav rant but there lias been a sovero sell very clieiip See him at Hittnul strii ency Let us hope that reports Ky and get prices whi i indicate an actual revival in trade Mr Georgo Kri mer was called t are icli as may be relied upon Evansvillo last week to attend ruo Jun r al of iiia brother Jos Kremca daugh- Â¬ 1 Epworili Leaguers had a great ter His li tin daughter Annie aud tiro down at Chattanooga last Sunday Maggio accoi panied him Me odist hymns and Methodist bhouta y will Jlhflionary S The Womi fair shook tho town Just think of meet at Mrt is T Klugsto Friday J twi ty thousand Methodists singing afternoon at lialf past two oc ck Tho N rer my God to Thee Heaven was delegates to the annual meetii will bo j onl k step from that happy throng m hand with full report of tin proce d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 MlssOra Walton lias returned from Daviess county ed Dr and Mis Puscy had guests galore Our God is the author of pcaco and Who hadnt and welcome lover of concord and whoso servico is soon Spring chickens aro not as plentiful as perfect freedom trusting in this defenco Mrs Elvira Babbsgo is visiting her they were obvious reasons wo cannot f ar tho power of any adver- Â¬ Babbngo son V G Wo are glad to have Mr and Mrs saries Miss Maggio Baker has returned from James Ditto back to reside a visit to Hawcsvillo If ever au hotly enjoyed a Conference Mrs Dr Kelloy of Louisville is visitÂ¬ my friend and old school mate Miss Mrs Mary Kayo returned to Vino ing her aunt Mrs Neal McMonlgle Grovo last Saturday Mary 0 wings did the last ono Sho has Vic Robertson Glendeane was here Miss Tommie Brown is spending some let go tho world and has His Cause in last week buying sheep both hands time with her sister Mrs FonRhodis Mrs and Mrs P M Beard went to Brother Bryant Cundlfl will remain a I seo a great many lovely lovablo Union Star last Saturday few days to glvo us a scries of sermons pretty sweet people but none that are Miss Maud Willis of Cloverport is Chan M Nevltt is progressing nicely more attractive or more beautiful to me visiting Mrs M II Beard thun tho dear faces of my own my with his school in all tho departments Mrs Milton Board Jr spent last wcok native homo Mr and Mrs Zick Stith of Bewley at her fathers Mr Matthias Miller Miss Tula Daniol expresses great pleas-Â¬ and SunSaturday If you will follow the crowd to morrow villo were here on ure in meeting our church women and day you will euro come to Hardinsburg Mis JohnFrakts entertained a num- Â¬ sayB You have somo loroly characters Prof Joel II P1I0 is attending school hero I echo every word of it with ber of visitors whose names I failed to for a few mouths at Lebanon Ohio emphasis Pulliam who has been visiting catch Scott Tho crowning service of tho week to here roturned to Chicago last week Dr Lambuth gave us one of his best parties wont from here last sermonn on Sunday night at tho Baptist many of us was dear Brothor Cherrys Several Â¬ Mrs John Radloy is hero and looks as young as if sho had found in Kentucky tho remedy for eternal youthfulness that Ponco de Loon thought Florida iiofbcss Church Brother Allen preached Sunday morn Â¬ ing and administered the Holy Com- Â¬ munion MissSalllo B Richardson of Union Star was with Rev J D Richardson and wife Mifs Suo Carter of Lebanon Is spend ing a week or two with her sister Mrs Dr D C Pusey Mr Chas Drury and Miss Sadio San Â¬ ders were with Mrs Lou Moreman and Mrs John Frakes Last week was a success sociallypollt J Ically religiously anu gastronomicauy here and in tho metropolis Misses Hester Childs and Irene Brill of Louisville were guests of Mrs G L Neafus and family last week Brother Breeding gave us two excollent His little sermons during Conference daughter Mittie was with him Rah for John S Rhea While his views aro not changed on tho silver ques tion hes ready to work for success Dr Strother of Big Spring was tho guest Saturday of Miss Mattlo McGohec and took his sister Miss Zolma homo on Sunday Mrs Lucy McCarty of Vino Grove is tho guest of Mib Tajlor Haynes also Misses Lula and Mirtlo Crutclier of Garrett Dr Lnuibuth and wife hno certainly found the Elixir of Life no its the Philosophers Stone that good old couple Â¬ 1 Â¬ possess D W Lewis and Dr John Hardin make capital ushers In fact we sand Â¬ wich them moat anywhere nud they aro efficient Misses Eddio Robinson and Zlma Strother Mrs Dr Whitehead and Jess Eskridge made Mrs S C Malina house me vo wit lie 1 people say and think that this is growing worse and more wicked nvery passing year We dont be it Tho church statistics printed ings int other column prove tho contrary am ihow a largo incrcoso in churches me borship and church property It is ah eful sign of tho times Ii tho Hon Jonas Wilson could only get he Hon Clias Blanford to say 0110 woi tor even pop his head up in the rac for Representative before tho Ite pul ican convention tho Hon Jonas world bo happy There is no fun In a fellow making the race all alone But the Hon Charles is sawing wood and saying nothing Dn It L Newsom has been doing somo figuring on the result in November Discounting the loss to tho Heays Democratic party by tho inaction of our last Congress Gen P W Hardin will carry tho State for Governor by 11900 majority over W 0 Bradley thus mak Â¬ ing an average of 100 majority for each couuty in the Stato Tho Doctors fig ures are good enough to win and thats all we are looking for Â¬ Hows This T Wo oder One Hundred Dollars roward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and bo llevo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations niado by their firm Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Waluino Kinnan Mauvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testi Â¬ monials sent free Price 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Flag at Vests Wst Tiiijai The Worlds Fair Tests shewed mo baking powder so pur w so great la lemv emtagfSwerM the ReysJ The citizen of th town w tout d erably excite I last Tuesday o tr Die report that Homer Eskridge he tovi son of Mr Rosco Esk idge had gotten lost In the woods Thetoy started out early in the morning on tl c hunt cf tho cows and not returning lit noon his parents began to feel uneasy Late in the evening several citizens turnd out to hunt for him About dark Dr A M Kincheloo came in and reported that he ran acrota Master Homer at Mrs Patter- Â¬ sons about eight miles from hero n ar Mattingiy Tho llttlo fellow was com pletely bewildered when he reached Mrs Pattersons scarcely knowing anything or anybody He had wandered about all day trying to find his way home The Breckenridge delegation to the State Democratic convention came homo very well satisfied witli the result Tho delegates proper were Instructed to vote for a freo silver resolution and did so But early whan the couuty was called in tho action it was pretty plain that most everything was for sound money Several sound money men were at the convention from our county but none of them were delegates They got what they wanted howover Hardin and sound money The defeat of D It Murray 1 a member on tho committee isola tions was a disappointment to his friends Mr Murray was outspoken in behalf of freo silver Tho delegations from the Fourtli Congressional District were con- Â¬ siderably mixed on the question and for a time it was hard to tell who they would select After a pretty warm debate Mr Walker of Ohio county a conservative sound money man was chosen This let tho freo silver men down a little hard but they didnt Bay much The conven- Â¬ tion will be memorable for the interest manifested 011 the money question alone It took hundreds to the city who prob Â¬ ably unfler other circumstances would not have been there Men In the city too wore Interested You could see bankers and prominent business men moving about the hotels discussing the money question It was important to everybody and as it turned out Is prolx ably best at this time For the party at any rate With tho ticket as now mado we can safely win in November by twenty or thirty thousand majority Let ns alt work to that cad Â¬ Â¬ head quarters Mrs Fryuiire was with Mrs Helmstter to Conference Sho has obejed her interpretation of the Word and left all to servo Him Geo Mr Mis Aiiflem Clarkson Clfukwm and Mies Belli Clarktson were gtieslh of Mrs II C Woodson nud Mrs Geo Cosperke Dr Saxntto oi Winchester Ky was here in tho intenst oi his books and publishing house Hu is nil eltgant old school guiitleuuin The next thing on docket is tho Bap tit Sunday School Convention next Sunday Diunerou the ground Come with yen brsUctrt Mrs Fannie Ditto Hodge of Hender son in with Mr and Mis Abe Ditto of I ong Branch Sho is not well and will remain to recuperate Our Baptist and Catholic friends open- Â¬ ed wide their doors to assist in enter tainiug the ministers deh gates and visitors in attendance Â¬ Everybody was cared for many asked for ministers and delegates but they wern provided or Brandeuburg always does tho handsome tiling On Tuisday night the 91h tho ladies of the Catholic church will have an ice- Â¬ cream supper next door to St Cloud Givo them your presence Judgo J F Wool oik will support the ticket heart and soul because the foundation suits him but lie never has and ho never will scratch tho ticket Â¬ Mrs Cain our Golden Rod was hero Saturday I fully hoped to claim her for a stay but was disappointed in oven greeting her which I regret Mrs Dr Whitehead of Vine Grovo with her elegant soprano and Miss Mer- Â¬ cer of Hardinsburg with her true contralto wero an addition to our choir Â¬ Mrs Jess Herndon was at home last week to enjoy Conference Mrs Richard Herndon and Bcatty wero with Mrs James Lewis to attend the services Tlioiisanfls ot Women surrnit untold misnmrs BRADFIELDS FEVU E REGULATOR ACTS AS A SPECIFIC f Bj Af outing to HmIBij AcUi all tor Organ Hoy torulgu throughout tho frauio It Never Falls to Repulate itf wife lias bun under treatment of lead luff put Miinits mrua roars wiiuousuoiwm or mil u lliriMi It finises health to bloom and i r oouaiiitf wiiHintf mihi wnftttutir IKMAIn HKUUIAIUU SIIO Osuau Utt r UWfl n D Hrtl AntJurvU Al HKJDHKIB HrUULlTUK tU AtUata bitlla iif lIUAUMKIJitl UkydniftUtaat I1MhWMU hour Sunday morning at the Baptist church It was a refreshing shower of love human and divine Mrs J D Bttbbage the better half of Tho way to euro a cougli is to stop tho ono half of tho News was with us lost week com ralngling with tho friends of coughing Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey her youth She looks bright young and cuts loose the mucous heals tho lungs and bronchial tubesquickly Cures grip happy with no foot prints of Time We had Miss Mattie Clarkson of near cough in ono night For sale by Short HaynesCloverport Dr R II McMul Rhineyville and Miss Tula Daniel of Hardinsburg as our guests and wo en- lin McDaniels M Moyer Co Buras j joyed their sweet gentle presence and A Taylor Rosetta W E Brown Iry shall long remember their spiritual com- iugton Ky A A Richardson Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Spring Ky munion W C Moorman Glendeane Ky P Mrs Burdette camo down from Louis- Â¬ Shorron Bios Co Kirk Ky Horaco ville and gave a stirring soulful talk on Scott Hardinsburg Ky the importance of a parsonage and Home Missions Sho is the mother of Mr McQUADY Georgo Wright well known here and is a lovely spiritual sister Mr Hoiace Blands baby Arthur has Miss Virgio Rhodes has a handsomo bronchial trouble piano in her parlor on trial and which Mr J T F Owen returned from she hopes her good father will present Owensboro Saturday her Wc had quite it musicalo at Mrs Mr Novitt Frank Rockport Ind is Rhodes last week and will meet with Mrs Geo Reimau to night to have a visiting W L Frank Mr 0 B Pate Mattingiy visited his musical evening Mr Chas Casperke iu his own quiet son J W Pate Sunday Rer J T Keenan came homo fromJ way is exu ting over that precious metal platform about as much as Watterson Breman College lsst week Cleveland or Carlisle while Dr Pusey Messrs Eugcno Kingsburry and Chas and R 11 Nevltt are willing to substi- Â¬ Mahall went to Hardinsburg Saturday tute it instead of tho wliito ore for the Rov L Burdette Fordsville preached sake of Democracy to a large congregation at Corinth Sun- Â¬ Never mind if you dout like tho plat- Â¬ day form jump on it witli those who do and Mrs Mary F Nichols has been very ill help them fight for old Democracy for some three or four weeks but is now Gen Simon B Buckncrs campaign for much hotter sound money did much for tho result of R W Burcli our genial young physi- Â¬ the Stato Convention Of all tho mani Â¬ cian has quit boarding and set up a festoes sent forth on tho issue none were bachelors hall in this region of pretty abler Away though now with ultra girls For shamo I Doctor goldbugsor silver extremists Let the KJhe handsomo residence of Mr JT F issue receive its full consideration in I It 1890 while 1895 elects a full Democratic Owen is almost ready for occupancy is a beautiful pieco of workmanship and ticket Mr Virgo Babbago of this paper was an ornament to to tho majestic eminence our guest for a day and night last week on whichit stands Rev Roberts West View has just Ho was fresh from the Democratic Con- Â¬ vention and the sound plank was Hooting closed n very successful series of lessons in vocal music here Ho is an efficient very calmly with him Mr J D Bab bago was hero on Sundaj I failed to see teacher and tho choir here improved him but I know without the asking greatly under his leadership Wo had quite a lively game on one that he lips serenely accepted the gold plank to buoy him up for a silver Gov- Â¬ side of base ball here last Saturday be Â¬ ernor for ho is a true blue Democrat and tween the Bluo Bells of New Bethel woiks for tho interefct and well being of and our home club At tho close of the ids party game the score stood thirty two to eight No sir 1 dldut want 1 S Trumbo or iu favor of our club Quito n crowd wit Â¬ Como again Blue Ion B Nail cither ono nominated for nessed the game Commissioner of Agriculture Tho idea Bells of ex Confederates working for Nail From another correaponJcnt Then read tho lato cxtiacts about the Corn crops aro doing well South from tho Minneapolis papers then Wheat harvesting is over in this local- Â¬ ou have the true ring cf tho Northern ity press in a nut shell But preparations Wilson and Lyons hayo their tobacco are being made for the G A R in Sept- Â¬ ember notwithstanding and tho South ready for tho Louisville market Mr Tlce Hendrlck Clover Creek at Â¬ may be allowed to come to its own as tended church at Corinth Sunday equal sharer with the N irtli I Mr Jim Mattinglys favorite song is Secretary Carlisle has had n personal Wait till the clouds roll by Jennie victory in Kentucky Mr James W Lewis has had the same in Meade and Misses Lela and Annie Jolly and Daisy Brandenburg He predicted almost to a Miller wero guests of Mrs Frank Lyons letter w hat the result of tho State Con- Â¬ last Thursday vention would be a vote three to one yrWrs Alfred Oelzo and son Walter for sound currency and did much to turn Cloverport visited Mrs Will Pate a few thoughts into a channel of sound money days lost week Ho also predicted that Gen P W Har Â¬ Messrs Jack Lyons Charlie and Tom din had strong supporters among the Millers horses wore hitched to the same opposlto element and by his strong de- Â¬ old post Sunday bates good Democracy and magnetism Mr Ben Miller jr says if we must would win havo war to gain free sliver ho has his Miss Mary Helm of Elizabethtown Cannon ready President of the Louisi illo Conference Its bolng whispered that Misses Rebec- Â¬ Womans Missionary and Miss Tula Daniel of Hardinsburg Secretary of ca and Margaret Wilson cant catch Mil- Â¬ Elizabethtown district were accorded an lers and Balls Ha ha Mr and Mrs Frank Lyons and Mr audionco Friday afternoon to hear the great causo discussed and hear the and Mrs Granville Wilson were guests auxilliary reports read Miss Marys of Mr Will Lyons and wife Sunday and Miss Tulas names are household Messrs John McGavock Cloverport words and ore synonyms of Good Angels Ben Miller jr and Godfrey Ball calls to the htatliM to further Ills king Â¬ at Mr G 8 Wilsons Suaday afterneog dom Miss Mary made a beautiful Mr Alvin Miller thinks the Lyon the touching appealin behalf of tho causo most beautiful animal that God ever which brought the dropping tear made created to promote the happiness ot man the lips quiyor and heart ache Her Oh how sad I that Master Winrito words fell on good ground On Satur- Â¬ Lyons after walking three miles to day Miss Tula organiicd a Missionary church was compelled to accompany Society of twenty one members with somo boy homo instead of the girl with Miss Zula Malin President and Mrs W golden hair that tossed her head from I Grinnell first Vice Mrs Geo Cas- Â¬ hia vacant stare perke Secretary Miss Allie Reid cor-Â¬ Secretary and Miss Bertha responding E Wi Bagby a prominent lawyer of Lowls Treasurer Thesa younger mem Â¬ Iaducah Ky tnya that Dr Bells Fine bers and the older ladles form our society Tar Honey cured his children of whoop Â¬ now ing cough when all things else failed The M E District Conference is still Its a new remedy for ell coughs For in session to day Saturday and I have sale by Short Haynes Cloverport Dr very little to report save notes from the R II McMullin McDaniels M Meyer body now holding the fort The weath Â¬ Co Bursa A Taylor Rosetta W er has been most propitious the health E Brown Irvington Ky A A Rich Â¬ of he community good so that from ardson GarfleldKy 5 A R Morris Big every stand point we have been prepared Spring Ky W 0 Moorman Glen to enter in partake and enjoy each deaue Ky P Sherrea Bros A Co meeting in spirit and n truth The Kirk Ky Iloraee Seeit HardlwriHirg PiWdlBg Eldsr Brother Sam Alias is Kv of course President ol the MsesabUge ltd fwesldes with hie calm firm demean Fkpat VV Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 or which characterizes his walk in lifo Brother 8 K Breeding is Secretary ex Â¬ ecuting with precision and despatch tho proceedings Wo have had some pow- Â¬ erful sermons from tho pulpit to furnish food for thought and reflection We lUtencd with morothan usual eagerness to tho falling words delivered by Brother J T Cherry our last years minister whom we learned to lovo and not forget Hes a sound rrnsoner and delves to bring to the surfaco hidden beautiful truths Brothor Robert Brow der gave us a conservative Blblo talk and excellent dissertation concluding with an earnest appeal for tho Elk ton Training School which forms an important featuro to ovcry thinking member of tho Metho- Â¬ dist church South and tho Loulsvlllo Conference A subscription was raised to further tho cause Brother Kemper n German minister from Louisville has mado n happy impression by his whole soul consecration and cheerful mien Thoro wero a number of young preachers in attendance active energetic shod with the gospel admitted upon exami- Â¬ nation into tho district body to study and prepare for admlttanco to tho An- Â¬ nual Conference Brother Bryant Cun dill preached two powerful sermons ho can quote more scripturo in one sermon telling book chapter and verso without reference than you can take down and thoroughly digest in a days reading His retentive memory is marvelous Brother Georgo CundilTgavo us a happy discourso and so persuasively e Glassware Queensware Crockery Never such Varieties Quantities AND Qualities Shown in this Section M The late Tariff laws have very perceptibly affected Queens ware and you will find this illustrated in our low prices VEST T N McGLOTHLAN IRVINGTON KY DEALER IN t Mk k Furniture Undertakers SUPPLIES A new Hearse has just been received for the use of the You need not go any further than Irvington to Public get your FURNITURE I am also the agent for the and Undertakers Supplies BINDER Walter A Wood Celebrated MOWER T N McGLOTHLAN Irvington Ky BEAUMONT GOLLRGE spots In America each teacher a specialist five decrees every step for solldllyi perhaps the most Hun drawn Its students extended curriculum to be found In any Southern Female College Address from 20 stoics Til SMITH A M PRESIDENT Alumnus of University ot Virginia AHBHIOAN IN THE FRONT RANK OPfrjrls and young ladles PBMAUB at OOLLBGGB only located An institution lot the highest culture ol one of the loyclleu Claim ISLAIROTDSBTjnRGto stand as to the Substintiils of Higher Education FORMERLY DAUGHTERS COLLEGE - ICY Republican Freoinot Convention Below you will seo how many votes each prerinct ia entitled to Votes Dclegstcs lreclnct 10 402 Hardinsburg 12 202 Cloverport FOB SALE Toland China Tigs and Shropshire Sheep The undersigned has on hand thirty thoroughbred pigs ready to All orders and six thoroughbred sheep threeiiucks and three ewes Some 91 and H stock also ten Cots ewes all nice young stock If you want pigs or sheep of good forms and first class at reasonable prices Call on or write K II LOVE Milan Ky DO YOU WANT TO STOP TOBACCO Cloterport UnionStar Mooleyville Webster Eewloy villa UljjSprinjr HuJsonville Custer 187 100 7 4 st YouCau Hu Cured While Using II 3 The habit of using tolswd growl oa a man 43 2 until grave diseased conditions are produced 7 Tobacco oauies cancer of lb aoutb and atom 108 icbj dyspepsia 5 tions congestion los of memory nervous affec Â¬ 138 v ol the jetlna and waiUng of 80 3 the optto nerve resulUog la Impairment of MuDaoiela vision even to the extent of blindness dlsst 7 172 RockTaU aesi or vertigo tobaeeo asthma nightly suffo 4 eotioni dull pain In region of 100 llalltown the heart follow Fuank IIabwkix 0 R 0 0 d later by sharp pains palpitations and weakened poise resulting In fatal heart die ease It also causes lots cf vitality W II Nelson who ia in the drug bus Â¬ QUIT BKFORK IT IS TOO LATB iness at Klngville Mo lias so much con- To quit suddenly Is too leyere a shook to the JaJenco in Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrbun Remedy that ho warrants system a 11 tobso 0 to an laveteraU wer be comes stimulant that hie system oonMaoally every bottle and offers to refund the eraei M ACO CUKO U a loSeallBoead re money to any customer who ia not satis liable vegetable remedy guaranteed to be per feetly harmless and which bai beta a use ht lied alter using it Mr Nelson takes no the last JJ years having oared of risk in doing this because the Remedy habitual tobacco users smokers thtandf eheweri and is a certain cure for the diseases for nuff dlppers 0U AN USB ALL TUB which it ia intended and he knows it WANT WHILB TAKING TOBACCO YOU BAC00UROi It la for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport LT yjfti NOTIFY YOU WHKN TO STOFV WKQIVK A WRITTBN aUARANTBB to St Board Â¬ Ky and Kincheloe Hardins per mantly any cat with three boiee burg Ky 81 40 130 2 C -- T 100 one or two XWASD we ill fut his a fcot theft hair Tfr lrg oa H of Mas OTtrelU high ohisk bo had 1 dsedptloa For the ssaa arrt of brawn Mtdtum lacssi lhi vary 340 pounds tsslatta of tb folkiwlac Mwk oeat wbea Uit see gUpUuiMwt Ky Mej N 1M6 iu RWVAUQIIX wllh leaf saris g a sap ersmeke BACOCURO act a whelHate vit a reliable and eeJeotUo eare which abseliteeej destroys the wavier SV y isZ in aid of will power and with aa lacwiTcaNw l LIS thV tJiim M ua joti wea year aw rau u Said b all druggists at SlSS per baa w T ii M ni oc eeai wrreet npea wMteaMsrMtae stead ejs twe eeat Biamu Sir booklet aad sxoafe free UoMk OaaiMlA Flag at Vests titfJ v fr rr Vf Hfe BROKE13SaiI3aBl NAPOLEON BONAPARTE WHERE TRAMPS LODGING Wg GET FOOD FOR WORK GlimRFOJRlr tY GARRETT News is scarce Health of tho community Is good There Is n grrat deal of wheat being cut this week Mr Tom Hamilton of Brandenburg wad hero Tin sdny Mrs Iiiicklcs spent Saturday nnd Sun Â¬ 7 t ir 8 i A3 ENGLISH CASUAL AND PROFIT tt il i011d JIN Imperial Dignity Comferred on the Man of Ajaccjo Jmilali IMjnt anil b Cnmpanlnn Wind tp a Study of Trump Mfo In KnUnit by n Vltlt to a Silkn Meetlnr With a flreat Frtcuil of Mark Twain upon How and Whelt fctlu market yonr chicken and nrtr nnt in wi Fmii inrqi vie are larire rrceirer Of iKjultry and and hare an establUhrd trad and Man it Ilia best citation tu make tttoti w Veal Hide lelld Tallow Ileum aaanaaj jwn liaTO to hl p V t Information cheerfully furnlnhed at rt Mini iiT itrnin iir nnwiMiMt thoTO niai to who rcmct It and liberal advance maden n vviiniHiiiilCUll uj PQlHTRVi hfc M 313 316 317 A OIO MURHELL COURT AMENDED Hhe Now Declare Mnmfcu fV MEHIMDON CARTER CO lODISHlLE Coma Em Louisville ky PIUS VII PRESENTS THE CROWN No Ruler of Mankind Ever Confirmed by 11 Such Acclaim Plots Against His Life Pichegru Geroges Cadoudal and THE DUKE OF ENGHEIN PUT TO DEATH CopjrriKtit law Mil Mr s AT SymonM MK HarUmoreMd Run Down That Tired Fooling Sovero Hoadachos No Appotlto CI Hood Co Lowell Mais i Dear Sirs t ncforo using Hoods Sarsapa rllla I was frequently sick and did not know what was the matter with me One day I would feel to tired I could hardly stand the next I would have n severe headache and ao en not knowlnirwlmt tlio noxt day would brlus farth 1 Sid not have miy appetite and fix Bottles of Hoods Sarsaperllla Brlnft Back Now Life bjrJonnjiarsiUipatn DKS XV Seua TII Empeiusum CA18 FltAN hastoubd ho transformation of tho Con sulato Into tlio Emplro Tho hont o tha W V if P i y M KW L but tho nauio n tbrouo Why not lialco it n throuo in fact Tho facility or tho Frouoh for chango rendered onsy tho projoct which tho tompor of it ho ivior Was Greatly Run Down nud mora sorious raco would havj re jected Liko tho Athenian fancy tho I tried a eood many medicines but they did ma Parisian mlud flics quickly to tho lew no good Hating heard a great deal about week It hovers about tho brilliant tli ox Hoods Sarsaparflla I decided to try a bottle I Master Will Funk wasinGarnettsville traordthnry It satisfies itsolf with t lory Monday the guest of his mint Mrs onthusiasm All thoso qualities in nud Long tho soul of tho pooplo workod to th ad am glad to say I soon felt better I hara now vantago and purposo of Bonaparte but used six bottles and feel as well as erer It has Mr Roil Shacklett and family spent thero wns not wanting n inensuro cf op- been of great benent to me m I have regained Saturday night and Sunday at Hill say appetite aud position Tho Nnpooonio deuiro soon Grove Now Enjoy Cood Hoalth found expression Petitions began o bo Mr Casper Funk of Gnrnettsville I can stroagljr recommend Hoods SarsaparUla Font up from nil parts of Franco ihoso as M 8vom spent Satutday night hero with his woro couched in suggestivo hints ti thu K3 an excellent Mood medicine Maryland Alstnilth Street llaltlmdre parents First Consul that ho should consol data Hoods Pills act caslr yet promptly aud Uls power Mr Jesse Eskridgo of Vino Grove anciently on the llrer and bowels SSe A hapenny 6ir On tho 13th of April 1804 thu first Hand it iu In it went Thou I spent n few days hero the guest of J C formal proposition for tho convorsi in of had to tell my trndo which wns thnt of Crutcher tho Consular Ropnblio into nn Ei pire lers CUCER LANGUAGE a sailor nnd naturally tlio noxt question Tho pbantomB of tho Past accordingly yaj niado by Curco in tbo Tribuato The people of this neighborhood made T1i was as to whero I was bound Cainuf irToucur of a Wild bat resorted to conspiracy Franco had Tho mensuro inoludod tho titlo of Kin good turnout at tho convention held nt oCrunlve Ilace To Amciiky sir if I can over ct n blown her fotidal ghosts across tho bor poreur des Frouuais for Nnpoloou vlth Brandenburg Monday Quo of tl o queerest languages in tko thero ders Souio of thorn hoverod in Loudon 1 tho right of hereditary succession in his Youro goin to tramp it arent yon Tho Misses Hamilton nnd Mary Somo wcro in JBorlin All places on tho family Though tho iiifluehco of tho world ued for tho iiiuerest purposes Yes sir thats my intention But Taylor nro visltlug their nuut Mrs W government was strongly devoted t tho is tho camphor langnngo of Johoro fichotuo tbo proposal mot with serious n country of tho Malay peninsula It has for tho lifo of mo I could not seo how I II Shacklett this week opposition Tho conspicuous voico of lately been Mudied nnd roported upon wns to rench America that way I ws Dr Will Crutcher nnd wife of West Lttzaro Nicolas Caruot graudfatlnr of by Mr Lake an Knglltli engineer iu so frightened that I would havo told Point wero tlio guests of their mother the sorrico of thoKultnu of Johovo This him anything ho wautcd tho recently assassinated Preside t of When ho was through with us a kind Mrs Crutcher Tuesday tho French Ropnblio was hoard abovo language is called tho Funtniig Ka tho din of nfflrmntivo npplauso But on por or camphor language nnd is used hearted nttcndnnt took us iu hand guvo by tho native nnd nil others who aro ns somo gruel nud bread u bath clean Every person big little old or young tho 18th of May tho mensnro was carengaged iu gathering tho product of tlio night shirts and then a coll apiece in black or white rich pr poor who hns in tha sonata ried over used Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey pro A consultum was promulgated by Malayan camphor tiee aiid only nt that which wo slept very wnll As thero wero ouly four inmates tlmt nounco it timo If thoy used oither of tbo lan Â¬ which tho Imperial dignity was con thu best cough and lung rem Â¬ guages of tho region tho Miihiy or tho morning we wcio needed for tho clean ferred on Nnpoloou Couapaito nnd tho edy oi earth Its true too so we guar- Â¬ aboriginal Jakuu tha jjctivcs boliovo ing np and so escaped stono breaking decreo was at onco sont to tho people which I dreaded exceedingly and woro antee For sale by Short fc HaynesClov Another surprising oioctioii wns lis 1 nt tbnt they oould not obtain any camphor nnd for ti inoht curious lcuson Tlio cam Â¬ put nt various light occupations or erportjDr It II McMullin McDaniols which 3034251 voters recordod fholr decision Of these lG8l75 wen in phor tiee DryoblnuopH camphors grows rather I was Ryborg was tho victim of M Meyer Co Bums A Taylor Ro hi tfamgth Our breakfast consisted of setta Ky WEllrown Irvington Ky tlio affirmative nud li4r t1Jk fo SanMitly ii xrtiiii psrK of the ie tt SAMS dish aa oar anprof rtio irifcht A A Richardson Gnrfleld Ky fiWI uif oruinnMlr ntdss AR ndky negativoi vriatvrorn MttfL smpliac crystals Tha camphor is not qfffsre I waa aoou Iraay as general ire Morris Big Spring Ky W C Moor say of tho antecedents oi tft IK lire man scrubber knife cleanor coal cur mau Glendenue Ky certain it is that no other hersd tnry tho samo iw tlint obtained from thocam P Shenon Bros ralor of mankind was ovr couflrim d in piior laurel of Formosa mid Jpan Â¬ rjer dish washer and helper of my bis A Co Kirk Ky Horaco Scott liar ter sufferer Mrs Murphy as sho wash which is tho honrcoof tho ordinary cam power by such an acclaim of his coun It is a sort very ed her task of towels and shirts At dinsburg Ky trymen I With good roasou tho feudal phor of commerce NAPOLEON BV OE1URD notion of territorial dominion hitierto highly prized by tho Chinese in tlio em Â¬ noon wo hnd poa soup nud bread I en right bank of tho Rhino woro infostod balming of their dead in incenso and in joyed it but Ryborg did not Tho poor GUSTON by tboni Tho descendants of tho Houses expressed in tho titles ef rulers gavo medicine nud tlio gum brings much fellow wns feeling badly He hnd had way under this Imperial olcotlon for of Bourbon of Orleans of Condo flit to scrub nearly 20 colls nnd tho bend in or o than the common camphor Meters Win Cain and George Drury ted dimly in tho horizon Thoy had Bouaparto was made Emporor not of Tho Malayans nud other Johoro na ing over incident to such n feat had went to tho city last week France but of the French their following Thoir secret frionds boliove tbnt each species of troo nenrly broken his back At dinner ho tives Notified by tho Senate of tho estabsquatted in tho yory shadow of thaTuil Miss Rose Z Morris of Fordsville is hns a spirit or divinity that presides said plaintively Flynt I want to go eries As for open war thoy bad had lishment of tho Empire nnd of his own over its affairs Tho spirit of tho cam- Â¬ homo So do I I replied but I visiting friends at this placo enough of that Of secrot intrigues and nomination thcroto Napoloon ncc ptcd phor tico is known by tlio unmo of Bl fancy woro wanted here till tomorrow Miss Kittio Chnppel of Ekron is tho trust Thtf ceremony of notiflcition plots and crimes tlioro was now no end san literally u woman This proved to bo thu case Hor resting morning Tho oonsplrnoy which oxplodcd in tho wns at St Cloud Josophiuo was also placo Is near tho trees nud when nt but ho folt better iu tho afternoon nud spending the week with Mrs Pollock Buo St Nicaiso was only tho beginning congratulated by tho Senate The 1 daco night h pccnlinr noiso is heard in tho got through comfortably wheeling near Mr George Lyddan and mother of of plots and plotting It ip in ovidonco of St Cloud was throiiged on tbo occawoods resembling that of n cicada tho ly a ton of stone from somo of tho cells nrnr Webster attended church hero last tbat tho agents of tbo British govern- sion with tho distinguished aud oluo of Bisan is buliovcd to bo singing nud to tho general pile Ho earned his Sunday ment lout tt willing hand to tho secrot Franco Junt after tho coremonj was camphor will snroly bo found in tho keep if ever uny poor prisoner did lIisses Haltie McCoy and Mamie Sny over n footman rich in gold laci and crhniw tbat woro to compass tho deneighborhood But tlio spirit of tho cam I fear I wns more shiftless for about uer of Bewleyville wero In Guston last scarf raado his way into the or iwd struction of Bonapartb On his sido phor trco seems to bo jealous of tho pro the middlo of tho afternoon tho nttcndtnoro was corresponding vigUauco It whero tha nrou Claude Francois do cious gum and must bo propitiated and nnt who wns with mo nt tho furnace Friday was equivalent to death for any to lift Meiiovnl secretary to Bonaparte nfter if slio knows that hunters aio in quest said Mrs W It Toomey aud daughter You might ns well rest Just tho hand against him His immodiato tho diugraco aud dismissal of Lonr Miss Florence of Louisville are visiting of it tho will endeavor to turn their keep your cyo ou tho fires thats nil rienno was standiug and said Sir subordinates woro without exception tho Empisiou wishos to seo you t I- - was steps aside So it is necessary to speak It was kind of him nud as I had nt Mr Henry Livers loyal But nil tho disapointod hover least earned my pea soup and gruol I in a tonguo which sho does not nndor Our merchant G J Neil nnd little ing at a distance scowlod at his rising tho finit timo tbnt that nstouuding vord stnud For tills purpose tho camphor took his ndvice Ho was kinder to mo daughter Emma spent sevornl days in had bem applied to Bouaparto I Ilhtory star langnngo lws boon invented It con I think becaubo I gavo him a corncob Louisville Inst week Among tho plots of tho day that of for uonrly a century has contlrtm d it At St Jloicuii ho himself offoud d nt sists of n niixtnro of Jakun nud Malay pipo which ho had had to tako away Mr B M Cretl and son Paul o Georges Cadoudal loader of tbo Chouans tho Nuinll hiindcd oillclulity tlmt desig Â¬ words but tlioo nro curiously nl tared from mo tho night boforo During tho Louisville spent luft Sunday with his of Brittany wns conspicuous From bennd reverted nnd tho untivca positively day he had asked mo several questions ing an insurgent in tho Royalist rovolt nated him as Qcntral Bonapart- e- caid boliovo that tho divinity of tho camphor nbout it nnd I said Its n very decent cousin R J Patteson I shnll always bo Id own trco of 1700 ho had flod to England whero indignantly Mrs Suo ilnrdavvay and son Hugh is completely confused Tho Jakuns sort of pipo cooliulike you kuow tho count of Artois nftorwards Cbarloa in history ns the Emporor Napolor l Doesnt Murk Twain alwuys smoko and Mr R J Patteson went to Bran Tbo Empire thus created wa3 mrlo to who hunt tho camphor nro one of tho X roceivod him with open arms In denburg last week to attend Conference datofrom tho 18th of May 1804 but wildest of people but Inoffonsivo Thoy ouo o thorn Ipipes said ha 1803 ho madq hia wuy aocretly to Paris llvo together with monkeys dogs cats Blest if kuow said I but lean Brother Andy Cleaver colored has Thoro ho conspired with tho disgraced tho cornuUlon of Napoleon did not Uko innumerable fowls nnd perhaps a tamo well think it placo until tlio 2nd of tho followiu Do taken unto himself a conplo of boarders Goucrol Piohugrn Napoloons old mashornbill in perfect harmony nudor mov- Â¬ Im a great frioud of Mark Twain ter in mathematics at Brionne to do combcr Practically tho chaugo in the able loaf shelters built on poles in tho ho pursued an Im n tliiukiu o gottin iu the way of the Methodist minister stroy tbo life of tho First Consul Tho government was not great Tho stream woods one o them pipes jest out of respect for and his wife Boston Travollor of Consular power flowed into tho widplot was discovorod Pichegru was seiz Mr W J Piggott and fnmily of Irv him ening river of Imperialism with mt a ed iniprisoued and on tho 6th of April The IUTlnclbla Armada Wol said I permit mo in tho imjton and his sister from England atÂ¬ benl or tho noiso of cataracts Tin cor1804 was strnnglod in his cell CadouTho iuvinciblo nrmada was n fnuious nnmo of your respect to present you tended services at tho Patteson memorial onation wns a bceuo momorablo ii hu dal trying to cscapo klllod two pollco man aunals Pius VII concillat d by naval expedition sent by Philip II of withmypipe Besides youvo got it any- church Sunday wen Votjas overmastered condemnor Ho thanked mo profusely nnd the lato Concordat camo willingly from Spain ngniu t Eugland in 1588 It con- how Messrs James Bramlette and Charlie andourthq 5tbof Juno 1804 wasguil sisted of ISO yosbols 3430 great guns promisod to koop it forever Later in tho Romo to crown tbo soldiorof forluuo Anderson our local mechanics have letlned General Moreautho hero of 4675 quiutalj of powder nearly 20000 day ho roported it to bo just as I had Hoonjinderl who bad bocpnip a Royal- Â¬ and to leave oil him aud his won tho soldiors abovo 8000 sailors mid more said sort o cooliu liko And ho wis gone to Sonoro on the L and N to erect ist waoacousod of complicity in those Papal benediction a 1500 dwelling than 2000 volunteers It arrived in tho a good frieud to mo nil tho rest of m It was nt tho hltnr of Notro Da no Cpnvfctod of having knowl Â¬ sobonioa 10 and wns do Miss Sadio Smith who has been spend atny in the Notting Hill station whero the Revolutionists of tho T rror English chauuol on Jnly edge of tho plot of Cadoudal ho was On Wcduesdny morning we wero turning ses eral days in Elizabethtown re- Â¬ had danced tho Carmagnolo thai tho featod tho noxt day by Admiral How condemned to two years Imprisonment ard who was secondod by Drako Haw ed looso with our twe hapennies Wo but Napoloon oommuted the sentence Einperor olect of tho French knolt to ro kins and Frobishor Eight flro ships woro both so happy thnt we decided to turned homo last week accompanied by her cousin Miss Eugenie Robertson of into exile nnd Moroan clfoso tho United coivo tho diadcm Tho Pppegao it haviug been scut into tho Spanish fleet get off tho road that very day but Napoloon taking it from his Land that place States a his rofago After qighfc yews they boro off in groat disorder Profiting Wo had been tramps for thrco weeks Messrs Geno and B Guedry Albert he entered iho Borvico of Russia mid in put it on his own head a thing most by tho panic tho Englihh fell upon them aud hnd walked most of this timo fully fitting todo for ho had mado it for him Â¬ 1810 was mortally wounded at hobat nnd captured or destroyed n number of 15 miles a day So we looked up my Cmycroit John French and Misses Lela self I tie otTJresden friend nt tho Temple nud in a few hours and Jewell Craycroft and little Hattie Jpsophlne was crownod with hor inn their ship mid Admiral Howard main Tho result of theso nttquipts was far pcrious lord Returning from Notro tained n miming fight from July 21 to woro rcspoctnblo again That saino day Warfield of Ekron attended tho party reaohiqj Atthis timo tlio living repre Jnly 27 with such euect that tho Span Â¬ I took my tramp clothes out to tho casual at Mr Lobs Inst Friday night and spent sentatives of the demolished monarchy Oamo to tho Tulleries tbo Emporcr on ish comuinudur despairing of succoss ward nnd presented them to my frioud the next day with Miss Helen Pollock reaching bis own apartment toro off ns wore tho count of Provenjso afterwards resolved to teturu homo mid as escape the attendant I hnd told him tho dny at hor home rapidly ns hu could tbo Imperial vost LobU XVIII who was at Whrsaw tho through tho English channel wns pro before thnt I oxpocted to got now togs Lieut B F Hardaway of the 17lh ooaut of Artois in Lorjdpn the young nients and got himself into bis usual ycutod by contrary winds ho undertook soon and ho had put in a plea for my apparel for ho wns a man of busiuoss Orleans Philippe afterwards the Citi to snil around tho Orkneys hut tho ves old ones Good luck to him and them Infantry U S A arrived in our town sen King ih Switzerland and tho duko Tho occasion was sunlit with splendor lust Thursday Ho brought his saddle sels which still remained to him wcro of Eiighlen descendant of the groat nnd all hearts seomod full of life nud dispersed by storms or shipwrecked The Itcacon Whj horso with him He made the trip light nil but one tho heart of JosoCoadopt Ettsnbolm in Baden AIL of phiuo To Now Porson Whichdo you liko best among tho rocks nud shallows ou differ- Â¬ from Kansas to St Louis in a side door hor whnt ominous significance ent parts tlwoware mora or joes inplicaie in of tho Scottish nud Irish coast Willlo your dny school or your Sunday sleepor and from there to Brandenburg the pjota against Napoleon Tia dike was In thatclnusqof thosouatus-consul-turand upward of 5000 men woro drown Â¬ school by steamer which mado the crown hereditary Eugbloii iupartloblar was bolieycd to of Willlo My Sunday school ed killed or taken prisoners Of tho be x felow oonjptratorof Pichegru aud In tho family of Napoloon I Dire word whola ariaada SU ships ouly returned to Now Parnon I urn gUd to hoar that Dr lk llVi Pino Tar Honey is dlfiertn Maria Jose CadoWdai Thointtor had boen secretly was that word family ana1 ijiei in n wrecked on41 Why do you like yoar tfnaday tehool the from phoTabccr whilom Mnitwae de Jmu all other cough ramedies it cures visited in Paris by n mysterious person yi oae ship Vfas lagVwIi lc i hsitr haruals now Imparatrica du FmocaIs age whom tho passion of tlio hoar de Willlo Becauso it is ouly ouee a by allaying the inflammation and giving Srooklju For aba was forty one and n half years Blared to bo the Condo prince Notwith tone strength vigor and vitality to ho week Brooklyn Eagle XUti Aleaii TUIucr otngo epoch well uigh fatal to possi Â¬ standing the fact that Baden was noq respiratory prgnns Guaranteed and for ble motherhood Doyon know Mr Jiuks fniut Maude territory a body of French soldiers Particular sale by Short A lfaynes Cloverport Only slight ohauges wcro mado in the ed Inst night nt thu danco and would tho cbn wm aentseorotlytoEttouhciii Conductor Thats a Frouch coin sir Di It II McMullin McDaniols j M tetm was surrounded and on tbo night now Imperial administration All such have fallen if I hadnt caught hint iu I cant tako it A of the 16th of Jlnrch 1804 tho duo modifications looked to tho unity nnd my arms Passenger You cant You gave it Meyer Co Uuras A Taylor Roaetta W b Brown Irvington Ky glory of tho Empire Nnpeleou pro Yea j ho told to mo iu change this morning AA Ethol si JealonaJ rVStighin was Belted in bed aud hurÂ¬ mo that he served ns much us ha could of tho per rcn suffering from tlio ried away to the fortress of Viuceuuos Conductor Well yon see Im inoro Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris spuuol of the precoding Consular gov Â¬ effests oi tho tuin Scribucrs A eourt martial under Ooncral Hnl particular than you are London Big Spring Ky W O Moorman Glen ernment Ilia two colleagues Camba Mm wtw Immediately ordered aud with denno Ky P Sherrou liros A Co Kirk Quiver 11 fo otherwise iu I must linvo known Mt witaesaea or thef leal proof tho cerea and Lobrun woro appointed the epochs long fcince fled for Ky Horace Scott Hnrdinsburg Ky in my voins one aroh chaucolpr aud tbo other nrol Dtrira wa aoiHlemiieii U N shot Ou treasurer of stato Joseph Bonaparte waa eomu orient blood is red and through Um morutag ef the 8lt of Match just Brandenburg flusiaets College Gkkilkmkh Mr Will Skillman has made More li iUy bewM led into the ditch perial grand ulootor aud Louis thu Im Â¬ luy Bthought nro lotus blossoms bio wu bad sore eyes for years He baa tried Summer session opens June 21th and 1 Aldrich constable Eighteen of the groat MWide Hawaii Md tKee kf the many doctors and remedies and has continues three months Buoh with Nn kbaaf rlgM of torobea vyaa aho dead geuiralfl who Iwd become made taardiala The Snhant is so named from the Ar always ailed to get relief until we sold poleow Ih the field were Terms 3 per mouth Success guaran- Â¬ UU Itaakr waa tkfowii withoot wweral kio word guifyug desert him a tube of Sutherlands Eagle Eye teed In three months Bookkeeping 9t kW laooftr trvwt8 hitanttJMt ef Fruuoe The rrnusformatleH swept ayer Ibe like Salve which cured hiua inelde of one Telegraphy and Shorthand aud Type Hiimd the fk thaduw of laudaeapecloud the dajipled a autiny The Christ JaniwlniV 04 well- week DrBells Pise Tar Honey sells writing Write at once for circulars Wf Kwiaeo oim holidays of ISO caw to Paris in a q M NEV1TT Prln well awl wres Respectfully wlnQli If aoooeajiBjeilj Ihm awwel e Maae of apetdor Tlw Gallio world Wsaa Baky waa stak we atMMffOeaji far jill Ma mmhIm fare fear Gatteria M Mkyw A Co BraRiWnburg Ky lauoed aHdMnilad fHiw wreaths of ivy Wki aha waa a CMU aha atUd far Caatorte Tk4kiiriit of Muln crated ire lud ija flash of crystal candelabra and JftHRary IS IMS Burns Ky We refer you to the editor of his paper Wh aha fewasM Mtas aba aVaag U Outerta wendotM aanaatloa UttONrkvat Xnrflpe gothetUada Kale Eye Sal w has done fmlJ l Wi alM MSArnpWBjf Boh ImmI1 Mt yet learned Ui the WW taBBmOTVPaSf A SBBS ffrTvNat 1iailrMl a great deal mora for mt thaq can be WOMEN DOUBT blood of kin uid Ipriuotis i eveu m tadd Wy fm TJWK W Ii Skillmak Mm of etbar rkn l rM Jomt CUM RlDPiTK I Jtoiua Kr PENNYROYAL Otftaiu it it thet thu dntU of aakle WAFERS Â¬ Â¬ To tbo auolout ordor in Enropo tlio apparition of Bouaparto was intolcrnblo His ostnblislimont in tbo Consalnto was n meiiaco to nil tbnt survivoil of tho eighteenth contnry To tbo priiioos of Christendom tbo Man of Ajacolo nppoar ed nt first as an ambitions adventurer Ritim to power tlioy cstcomod him a pnrvonn and political bastard Now - tboy beheld him conflrmod by tho nl most unanimous voloo of a groat pooplo For hiin tho Gallio enthusiasm burst out In wild npplauso By tbo Treaty of Amiens ho was recognized as tho follow of kings and omperors Tho grcatost portent of nil this that tho poacoablo ratification of tho Consulato for life tondod to mako permanent thorosnlts of tho French Revolution thus iuvalldat ing tho nnoiont rogimo and converting Us offspring into stalkhorses and spoo Â¬ First Censnl was already iu ovoryihltig HoocTss Cures Â¬ Josinh Flynt vho has given interest Â¬ ing studies nu trauip life in Germany aud in this country has extended his investigations to England Ho writes n paper entitled Two Tramps Iu Eng land in Century Ho nnd his com palilon n German student completed n tour through tho provinces with nn ex Â¬ perience iu n casual at Nutting Hill London Mr Flynt writes Wo appenred at tlio door of tho ward about hnlf past 7 ill tho evening A little window wns raised and I stepped forward to stnto my business Uncon- Â¬ sciously I leaned against tlio sill of tho window which offended tho inspector in chargo considerably Whats your nanio ho thundered Still leaning on tho sill I gavo him my unmo honestly enough Ho then remark ed to somo person inside tlmt wo woro not accustomed to ouch places evident- Â¬ ly and called out Stand back win youl Backlstood Ho cried out ngaiu Tako off yonr hatl My hat enmo off iustnutcr Still ngaiu You como iu hero ns if yon wns a uicclcconnry Youro not Yonro n casual I was as meek as could well bo Ryborg was itching to grnb tho inspector with his long arms Tho next question wns ns to whero wo had slept the night beforo Straw stack I replied Nouo of your impudence I Yon slept out Why dont you say so Have you got any money Â¬ Â¬ day in GnriKtlsvllle Wo hnd n god rain Thursday night which was much needed Mrs Beverly Mattlngly nud son went to Hrnndonburg Saturday Mrs Crutcherand family spent Sunday at tho Sulphur Springs Master G rover Shacklett Bpont n few days this week with Joe Hllf Dr Miles and family spent Sunday with Mr Ed Ritehio and family Mrs Lula McCarty of Vino Grove is visiting Mrs Ciulcher this week MrJoo Saunders and family spent Thursday with Mr Hilf and family Miss Emma Kurtz of Webster spent this week with Miss Lulu Crutcher Mr Courtney Long of Owensborp is visiting Mrs Crutcher and familythis Â¬ HER LIST crowing and annoyed her during tho dny by flying over tho fcuco nnd invad Â¬ ing her premises Day nud night sho wns mado nervous by tho noiso of tho trolley cms parsing her door organ grinders and peddlers mado her life mis- Â¬ erable hucksters added to her misery oy caning tneir wares and she want 3d to know what action sho must tako order to bo mado freo of such nuisances Tho lawyer roflectod a fow moments with compressed brow nnd then said Madam you nro decidedly uufortu unto nud my ndvlco to you is that you go to a real estate agent and cngngo him to securo for you a nico comfortablo dwelling iu tho suburbs of somo country village whero tho nearest neighbor is n quarter of nmilonway organ grind urs unknown trolley cars unheard of and whero hucksters and peddlers do not como Realizing that sho wns 5 out tho woman replied Ill do ns you say and luoludo among tho others that no lawyers must oxlst in tho saino county Philadelphia Rocord iÂ¬ Â¬ Under tho Head of Nulnancea A fow ovcnlnga ago n lawyer living in West Philadelphia wns visited nt his lesldenco by nn indignant woman who declared that sho had como for legal ad vico nud iu n busiuofsliko manner deposited on his tablo a 5 noto ns a re taining fee After pocketing tho money tho innu of law politolr rcnucstod her to proceed with hor statement Sho said tho was coutinuany ajilicted with n se ries of nuisances which sho dosircd tho lawyer to havo abolished Sho wns annoyed by n neighbor on ouo sido sho Bnid who is a music toncli or and trainer of tho voice Thojjon htaut thumping on tlio piano aniitho discordant notes of tho vocal students mado her very nervous On tho other sido tho neighbor kept chickens which nwoko her early iu tho morning by thoir Â¬ Â¬ That Lawcri MARKET MMU Correctly weekly by Pumphre A Tfttifrr Prn i iA 01icnnanii Main and Market Loiiliyllle jiosctona - bct Ky LOUISVILLE with KY July 2 1B9 Choice oounlry Creamery Bhlpperi ihoald mark all package rUtnly ihlpperi nama and poit offloe addien BUTTER U EQ03 Freab Mixed Old No 1 dook HI jo r7h q 13 Prime white goeie FEATUEKS 10 33 s t 310 2t POULTRY SJ0 00 old Peachet new Peacbet old Heni per lb flj rj 7 Spring Chicken per doz 1 50 il 3 00 Uiake 7 J8 Ai rijba anu rJSAlllEt Applet choice bright qnartert Appioe arerage 4K toS uiiru Sto Applet 4 to 4 Green rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep ikini Tub wished Oreate fine niDES 0 8K 10 13 0 40 10 90 12 J WOOL Orotic coarte Merino Barry and Cott 15 13 10 203 21 Q 12 y li CI 12 y 16 U To Beeiwaz Sorghum MISCELLANEOUS Molanei ty 30 Q 4Ji 25 wharfs IIAY GRAIN FEED We qnote prlcei to day on LonliTllle city OATSj 32 34 12 00 10 00 9 00 J 35 No 2 oab IIAY Strictly choice Choice No 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- CORN Choice whlto Good to extra thlpplng 11 00 Tho Ungllah Ironmonger Ill England tho iron monger thinks so highly of his business that nn npplicaut who desires to master its sccrctsmust pny n premium for tlio privilege An agreement drawn up with much form and executed in parchment is signed and sealed by which tho npproutico is bound for nt least two yoars Ho usually maKcs ins Homo with his mnstor When Wto time specified has expired tho ap aaentiee blossoms into nn assistant and ia requited to wear an apron usually oi fcomo dark colored laatarinl Ho must o vorypiofuso in expressing thanks to cua tomcrs Tho prescribed form in serving after n want has been supplied is to iu fpiiro Is thero anything more I may have the pleasure of doing for you or Madam or Sir whero may I havo tho pletsuio of sending this ns no matter thosizeof thoparccl madam or kir would not think of carrying it The work homs of the assistant are usually 8 a m to 7 p m with ouo hours allowanco for dinner nnd 30 laiuutes for ten Tho wages vury nccord iug to ability Tho nverago per week is from 2 to il Hardware Â¬ y 50 8 00 5 00 g QL Â¬ CATTLE 4 4 4 2 75 25 50 00 fo 52 00 85 75 50 Â¬ Beat Butchera Medium to good butchera 1I0QS Chotco racking aud butchera Fair to good Good to extra ahlpping Fair to good LAMBS Good to extra aprlng - to gnna ri- Light ahlpping J J 5 4 4 J 3 4 50 71 4 45 4 50 kt SUEEP j 2 25 A 2 50 1 75 2 OU 4 25 3 75 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Q Q R 4 10 4 IS Â¬ Louisville St Louis Texas R Co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 24 TIME SCHEDULE ILTO Taking Ulloct At 600 oclcl A U Sunday Dec SO 1694 Â¬ Wtt Bound Traint M Eatt Bound Train Mail M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RIWN WHAT THEY ARE A S Kxpri Kxprs Dlly Dally 6 45 72 7 7 47 7 44 8 25 8 45 8 5J 9 02 Mail A STATIONS Kxprt Dally 1 xpr Dally I 7 7 630pm 7 SUm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ K Â¬ ljle trl kdky ilavMy a aaaar f Wl IN gentleman of a methodical ha Â¬ bit who had adopted tho practice of retaining n copy of every pre rcription issued by his family pnysicmn became interested ns time went on to note that the esim ingredients wero pretty cer- Â¬ tain to bo prescribed nt some point of the treatment of every case For n poorappetlteornsoro throat for n stlcs8nes which disturbed tho bnbjs sleep aud for troubles v hlcli beset tho aged grandparonts the favorite remedy was always turning up although slightly mod Â¬ ified from timo to time and used often in conjunction with others His family physician had ever been a successful practitionor and when another was consulted care had always been taken to obtain the Bervices of somo one emlneut for skill and reputation Still tho fre- Â¬ quent recurrence of the favorite formula was a marked circum- Â¬ stance One day our friend hap Â¬ pened to observo that tho formula of a certain advortised remedy was identical with the latest prescrip- Â¬ tion ho had received from his own physician and in somo surprise lie stated the caso to him The fam- Â¬ ily doctor after listening to what he had to say replied Tho vase Is about this way Whenever thoro is a disturbance of thu func- Â¬ tions of the body no matter of What nature it is pietty certain to be accompanied by a derangement of the dlgcstivo organs When thoy are ell right tho patient gets well That particular formula that you havo observed mo to write more aud moro frequently is the result of an ago of careful experiment and is pretty gener- Â¬ ally ngreed upon now by all edu- Â¬ cated physicians who keep up with the times The discovery of tho past few yoars of a means of reducing overy drug to a powder and compressing the powders Into llttlo loronges or tablelsor tabules it you prefer which will not break or spoil or lose tbolr good quali- Â¬ ties from nge If protected from air and light is the explanation of how it has come about tbat this prescription Isnowjor sale as an advertised remedy l Is as you say however and is all right It is thu medicine tbat nine people out of ten need every time they need any ami I liaye no doubt that making it so easy to obtain m earefully prepared and withal so cheap will tend to actually pro- Â¬ long the avewge of human life during the pre at aBfaUo Hlpam Tabnlei f Sold 1y JnigiUU r b J null if tho price jo ctnU ban U tent to ThaMlpaat Chemical Company No 14 huc M New York 82i IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Westlolnt Ilrandenbure Kkron Gutton Irvington Webtter LodlburgIierce Staple Stcphemport Addlon Holt - OOpm 30pm 35 30 12 45 8 01 8 1J 8 21 8 30 8 33 7M Ionp Hock Haven Ilranch Howard 1125 12trJam 1147 113y 1131 U5 714 7 07 911 919 9 30 9 39 U47 81 8M 9 9 01 950 00 1009 1014 1020 10 SI 1039 1050 1102 1109 10 11 1114 1105 1059 10 49 1041 1037 10 1122 JM J M 40 ISO J 14 911 917 9 2S IS 931 9 41 954 1002 10 07 1012 10 IH 15 1035 1043 10 6J 11 09 1119 1125 1143 12 06pm 1218 1221 12 27 12 35 12 42 12 SJ 1 Hawetville letric Falcon Cayce Lewitport Towers Cloverport Shopt Skillman 1021 1021 1005 10 CO 106 587 552 145 140 1 3d 5 5 24 9 48 9 37 929 9 23 919 9 9 8 8 13 121 09 169 1 81 45 1 42 1286am UK 1119 1125 1145 113 1 1210am UMpm 1251 Owemboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthlnifton Head Spotttville Iatca 05 40 30 ISO 20 08 817 8 09 CIC 7 68 7 CO 7 42 00 3 47 3 41 3 37 J 30 123 15pm trllcnderin tlatetta 734 Iv 720am 316 310 265pm Havo you Hollowed lion for 80S 1 our Snbcrip L St L L Ry Fordsville Branch TIME TABLE Ko 24 30 1894 TAKING EFFECT Vct Hound Tralm DEO Kit Hound I Tralna Deily Dally Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun I No No5 No 1 2 No f 10 10am Lv Irvington Ar 9Uam 1180 Garneld 810 05pm 22 1258 12 12 Ituth 616 251 Aikine 60S 3 01 4 60 Oaks 340pm Ar Fordsville Lv 4 35am 2 30 2 42 110 12 135 165 llarued Hardlntbunr Kirk Jolly Glcndeane Dempater 7 80 7 30 7 00 680 620 6 30 6 00 5 27 ar Kallilloughlv Ilock vale mtmmnpmmmt Window Shades Do you want window shades Wo havo some that arc slightly soiled Thoy aro mounted on spring rollers Tho bebt linen cloth we aro closing thorn out or 50 and 75 cents a pair formerly went from 6Q to 1100 A raro bargain Now ia your opportunity so take tvdvan ago J D Dabbauic UllUlU mT rTw 4 f-- THE3L BREiiOKEiNRIIDQE as 76 NRS TOPICS OLOYRSPOR KY r I of dollars to bo competed for other ihings being unchanged mustdotermiuo tho valuo of each dollar Standards of Vntno Wo nro informed by so called financiers nnd statisticians and by au urniy of ready made political economists Among tho gold standard press gent lo to men who vAiKEY TO THE FINANCIAL carefully havo not taken tho tronblotho Btudy tho subject that valuo of gold is unchanging aud that to SITUATION nttempt to depart from what is called tho gold standard would bo to hot nt naught all tho principles of justice- aud oven to defy tho very laws of nature HON JOHN P JONES ON FINANCE This is an argument used only sinco tho demonetization of silver Up to thot timo it was woll recognized by all who gavo any attention to tho subject of Tho Quantitive Thoory of Honey money and is still woll recognized by all tho authorities on political economy Value of Dollars as Compared that both silver and gold arc variable in value So serious indeed huvo from timo to the Number Issued to timo been tho variations iu tho valuo of money that thonghtful men some of them distinguished economists havo long observed and commented on tho If Money Wore of Unlimitod Quanti- gross injnstico which such variations in Â¬ volve and various suggestions havo been ty It would Havo No Valuo mado of methods for securing stability of value in tho monetary unit Up to tho period when tho creditors discovered tho ingenious plan of surrep titiously increasing by nu appeal to tho Political economy has been callod legislative arm of all governments the Tho most dismal value of all debts due aud to becomo tlio dismal science bra oh of it if men tiro to endeavor to due to them by depriving debtors of for i conolnsions to lit some precon- - tho immemorial right to pay in citlior coi d theory without roforeuco to prin of tho two metals it was acknowledged oip ts is that which relates to monoy by tho nioit eminent econonnbts that tho Th persistent determination to mako adoption of u singlo mctnl ns n so callod the wholo sciouco rabordinato to tho abstandard of money did not securo so snr ities of tho gold standard has oper- Â¬ great a degree of uniformity in valno as ate i liko a Wostinghonso brnko on tho the adoption of both metnls Tills may prCf ress of tho civilized world seem n paradox to thoso who havo not lljt thero isonoprinciploof monetary rcfioctcd on the essential nntuio of mon scirico that if holdstcadfastlyin viovr ey and upon the method by which it ob wi constituto on unerring guido tainswhat is termed its value which thi igh what would othenviso bo a path it docs through the medium of tho prices of j icxtricablo difllculty of commodities They ask Howcau Vuat priuciplo is that tho valuo of tho thero lw n standard composed of two uni of monoy in any country is deter things Must not a staudaid bo ono mil id by tho number of units in circa Can it bo two or moro lati m In other words tho valuo of or Matrrlnl Juantlty nnd Credit ory dollar depends on tho number of Tho seeming paradox involved in tho dollars out idea that what is called a fctandard of Tho greater tho number of dollars out valuo may bo composed of moro than other things boing equal tho less will ono material is imulo plain m hen it is be tho valuo df each dollar tho fewer borno in mind that it is not tho ma tho number out other things remaining terial but tho quantity of money which tho snuio tho greater tho valuo of each constitutes tho standard The quality to and thia without any regard whatever which in tho ciuo of value the word to tio material of which tho dollars aro standard is applied is not a quality composed This is tho key to tho finan inhering in tho material of tho money cial situation in tho United States Vulue us I havo shown docs not reside Much more it is tho key to tho financial in nny articlo or in tho substuncoof any situation in every land Without this article When tho consideration to be key it is in vain that tho btudent atkept in view is not on object but a servtempts to unlock tho door leading to tho ice not m material butu function tho nrennum of mouctary knowledge Un instrument by which that hervico or liko many of tho locks niado by man function is performed need not neces tho tock on that door is unpickablo sarily bo limited to ono inuteiwl Inas Tho household of bcIcuco is ono that much as the purpa o to be hened is tlio th loves cannot break through and steal attainment of n correct reMilt whatever Ho who would cuter mubt first find tho tho material by which it may bo accom Â¬ key With this koy in hand tho most plished such number of materials ns socict recesses may bo explored with may bo indispeiihablo to that end Miould confidence Without it tho student trav- without hesitation be employed If wo els in a circle roturning after much la wish to nbtiin a clock which shall in Â¬ bor to tho point from which ho started dicate tho cc ncct time wo do not insist upon his journey Liko ono in a maze that it t liall bo mado of ono material when most confidently expecting to find Tho material of which money is mado his way out ho but sees himself coming is uo moro a standard of valuo than tho up against impassablo barriers material of n clock is tho staudard of If monoy wero unlimited in quantity timo it would havo no valuo whatever Noth Â¬ Tho yardstick which by statute is deing has valuo that is unlimited in quan- Â¬ clared to bo tho model for all other tity If instead of sand tho ocean beach yardsticks is mado of bronze but brouzo wero strewn with gold dust it would is not therefore a standard of length havo no vuluo whatever as a commodity A bushel uieasuro may bo composed of Yet if that gold dubt woro taken up and any material or of any number of ma pieces of money tho number coined into terials combined but this makes no dif of buch pieces being limited they would ference so long as tho precise purpose huo valuo precisely as goldpieccs havo sought is attained namely tho secur Â¬ valuo today Anil on tho other hand as ing of perfect accuracy of measurement Ad ira Smith says if gold should reach If wc nssumo tho model or standard n c taindegrco of scarcity tho slightest bushel muosuro to bo composed of brans bit f it might becomo as valuable as a it is not tho brass that is the standard dia tond Assuming that all buthel t absolutely clear aro tho leading of measure measures wero mado of brass then this wr era that tho valuo of monoy unit is particular piece of brass comprising tho in ory case other things leing equal model constitutes b standard by which dot rmincd by tho number of units out to test tho metal of which iill futuro am docs not depend on tho material of bushel measures may bo mado but this wh h tho money may bo composed that does not constituto brass per so a stand thr havo not tho slightest hesitation in ard of cubical content as ting that tho rulo applies oven to Credits aid iu tho establishment and un vcrcd paper monoy fo that tho valuo maiutenauco of prices but credits aro of ery dollar of gold and silver in cir themselves biised on tho quantity of cul ion is diminished or increased oo money available for liquidation They cot lug as tho quantity of paper money can bo safely extended only to tho do is croasod or diminished and recipro grco to which money payments can iu cal us to nil of theso tho incrcaso in tho ordinary course of busiueb bo mado the lumber of dollars of either kind di No ono will prcteud to say that credits mi ishiug tho valuo of each dollar of can bo whely extended beyond that the others whilo tho decrcaso in tho point nu i bcr of either increases tho valuo of ITcuce a gold standard means tho main of tho others without tho slightest MC tenance of n level of prices consistent rei rd whatever to tho material of which with tho quantity iu uso as monoy olt r of the dollars is composed h this bo so if tho valuo of tho unit which means a level of prices on tho iu of touoy depends not on tho material of avcrago tho samo as thoso prevailing tlu tollars but on thoir quantity what gold using countries This must bo clear from tho consideration that if from a b Jiea of tho gold standard If this bo country which possessed no gold mines so nosmnch as silver has been utilized all tho gold had bceu scut out it could as aonoy sinco tho dawn of creation bo attracted back only to bny commodiSvli abandon it now unless senators are ties which clearly means that unless pre arod to abandon tho automatio sys altogether If wo must by legisla- Â¬ tho prices of tho commodities forming tem tho subject of trado woro tion compel a chango in tho valno of for tho moment international than in the lower here money why legislate so that it can country from which tho gold should chajgo in ono direction only and that wo could not havo exported tho tho direction which is always favorablo couio except at a loss to tho classes that lend money and livo commodities John P Jones idly on their incomes tho direction most injurious to society most fatal to indus- Â¬ The Iloxes Less Fopular Than the Guide try most narcotizing to energy After having been shown through tho Tho idea that tho valuo of a treasury note issued by a government such as grouuds and buildings of Sailors Snug Harbor n gcntlomau offered to tip his ours is not based on tho number issued but on somothing behind tho note or guido nu old scadog Im much obliged to you Bald tho upon tho credit of tho government do Wo but I cant tako anything f oi ais thowholo idea of money It is latter guides used to accept monoy from visit Â¬ to bocauso pcoplo havo boon occus clr ig toiiod to look upon money as something ors and turn it over to tho general fund of intrinsio value and on that theory but tho managers wero apparently sus Now wl cant tUpy havo been at n loss to account for picious of our honesty tako anything and tho visiters srtrti the fact that uncovered paper dollars tion is attracted to contribution boxes when sufficiently restricted in number havo precisely tho samo purchasing placed about tho corridors of tho build- jKworoH gold monoy quantity for quan- Â¬ tity Thero is no question of credit THE about it No man takes a piocaof monoy TURNING of auy kind whother gold or silver or LLV bLA paper as a plcco of credit If it is not POINT legal tender it is not in tho troo aud puLLLLTLLLLVf7riMA Has been full seuwi monoy at all if a full legal reachedwhen tender it needs nothing behind it but you begin to the law which makes it a legal tender have Jaiftia for all debts and demands and a regu Â¬ tion of the lation of its quantity to maintain tho tart clifii monetary unit at any desired luvol of cul t y in valno brtathing It is not the credit but tho power of Vour blood tho government that is behind it iu tho is Impurs you need a law of legal tender and in tho right to turning rver incrcaso or diminish the issues Taxes aro payablo in monoy and dobts aro payablo in monoy and tho only way TO that pcoplo con get money with which or taxes is by competing to pay dobts With ono another for It in all tho occupations of life It Is this universal com- Â¬ It will set you up and make a new pel tioa to get it that flM the value of perioti of you Fsr Mt by all kinds of iBOuer as It is competition A R FISHER Df that fle the value of all other thing Tn th YTPrlc of ootnretltiou tto number Otovtriwrt Ky THE MONEY QUESTION Â¬ n Tcsiur tno donations rraru per cent because whilo tho pcoplo nro usually moved to reward n polite guido ihey nro not so ready to odd to tlid f uuds of n rich corporation Thats what conies of lxilng too suspicions nnd too Krcody Tho old follow ncccptcd n cigar how New York Snn vor inga - fallen ofi CURRENT Whllu 11 The Discovery Saved His Life Mr O Calllouelte Druggist Benvcrs To Dr Kings New villoIII says Was taken Discovery I owo my life with La Grlppo and tried all tho physi- Â¬ cians for miles about but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live Having Dr Klnus New Discovery in ray storo I sent for a bottlo and began its uso and from tho first dose began to get better and after using three bottles was up and about again It is worth its weight in gold Wo wont keep store or Get a free trial at A house without It R Fishers drugstore Â¬ CHUBOH STATISTICS Over Communicants tho United States 143 De- Â¬ 20000000 in Â¬ nomination D G June 27 Washington Th census report covering the statistics of churcht s which has just come from the press contains some interesting facta It Is an oh b irato work of in w than 800 pages with colored maps showing the extent of tho various organized religious bodies In tho various States There aro 143 distinct denomination In the United States besides i ml pen dent churches and miscellaneous congregations The total communicants of all denominations is 20012800 who be Â¬ long to 105177 organizations or congregations Thi so congregations havo 142521 edl Ices which have sittings for 42504801 Â¬ persons Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho valuo of all church property used exclusively for purpoies of worship is 070030139 Thero aro 111030 regular ministers not including lay preachers Thero are five bodies which have more than 1000000 communicants in round numbers as follows Roman Catholic 0250000 Methods 4000000 Baptist 3725000 Presbyter Ian 1280332 Luthcrian 1230000 Tro testunt Episcopal 530000 A study of the details of tho statistics develop some apparently strange results Out of a total of 130000 Jewish communicants the refoi med exceed tho orthodox by 13000 Thero aro 13G00 lluaslan orthodox 100 Greek orthodox and 10 85D Greek Catholics Tho Salvation Anny has 8722 mem- Â¬ bers enrolled and the Christian Scien tists just 18 less than thai number The denomination of Ethical Cult nro has a membership of 1MII wliie the Altruist is able to show I ut 25 folowers The members of the Tin osophiral fociety aggregate CI5 In nuuibt r of commun- Â¬ icants and value of church propt rty New Yoik hails and lYunsilvania follows but in the number of organizations and church edifices Pennsylvania is first and Â¬ Â¬ Ohio second Â¬ Â¬ The Inctease In tho value of church propeity silica 1870 has been 1325140 558 or neatly 02 per ci nt while tin number of churches has inert ased 42 per cent Tho increase in number of organ- Â¬ izations is 120 k r cent Good Old Granny Mctcalf80 years old living at 018 Monroo street laducah Ky says that Dr Bells lino Tar Honey Is the best grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her lift Guaran teed and sold by Short Hay nes Clover M port DrH IIMcMullInMcDanlela have been watching with keenest interest af Â¬ fairs in the far E ist England has b en fighting out a war at the foot of Iheliim iro We ourselves aro engaged In jut ns lively a unrfiirv as clash of arms or Intrigut s of diplomatists There aro grave quertions rising behind ns atnl wu wonder it no can r fiord such an exhibi Â¬ tion of dlffi renco of opinion iiudtr tho same colors But the currency iseuo seems a vast ftere house of intellectual energy It represents tho sum of tho most active minds on each side of thoso Did ypu who support affirm or deny over think it is all for and about tho al Â¬ Will found currency mighty dollar relieve tliie nation of lets burden of care or shall free silver 10II away tho stone and cause us to reach the climax of pros perity Wealth and happiness I Wero wo all called upon to furnish an essay with this heading our first Inquiry would bo Does wealth bring happiu st Just ns sure our answer would be a unanimous negative Itussell Sage de- Â¬ clares that riches are all vanity arid vexation of spirit Andrew CnriDglo tells us that only by ut lng his money to make othi rs happy that ho derives happiness for himself John D Rxke A rich man always foils feller says poor and never thinks ho has enough Other rich men all agree them Is nnio pleasure in tho pursuit than in tho pos- Â¬ session and that Ihey wire as hrqpy as poor men as when they reach d the oal The Maiqnls de CHBtelluiio wi s in America fifteen dajs upon his return no writes Ids Imprefsion of us for a Paris paper and criticises our love for tho al mighty dollar as paramount to love of irt leisure tatte or f mlly All the me his eon camo over for his wlfn the ilciiiBtlieirt tsiii the United States fo they too aro not lidiflVreut to tho diviii ity In the faco of nil testimony against filthy lucre St Paul warns us agalnsU Most of us woud volunteer to relieve tho above gentlemen of their wealth to experiment All such asertions ait fairly open for argument and can never be determined by disputation Nowhere do pcoplo work as hard aud accomplish as much as In our own country and if a man achieves wealth honorably al honor to him If ho has brains behind his eyes and g t thero by that menus still honor but if by tho sweat of tho brow by strong musclo and brawny sinew he reached tho pinnacle and should bo a brae r to others Poimbndy luw to have money Somebody lias to mako motley or what would become of the poor who aro alwajs with u 7 It is just with the individual whither sho or ho is happy Give us pound cum l ey If it helps people to get rich cas ier or free silvtrif it will stop the wall of hard time s If GroverClovthuids judgment goes for anything those eight men sitting with him nro tho best e ight in all tin so United States If wo had abler men they might not bo as honest Carlisle has the most striking face and the Wrongest Will not they cai ry cut tho quola-tiotilie that cannot reasonis a fool ho that will rot a bigot and he that flare nota slave Prosp rity is not up above tho skies nor down below tho earth nor In tho future It is here and now if those leaders nnd our bailers hero will only unite and b ar tho mesÂ¬ sage to thoso waiting for tlio problem to bo solved by wiser heads than the nuss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t- we of this hemisphere See What Y011 Need THE BEST VALUES GIVECollars and Cuffs Gloves Suspenders - i I N- Shirts Neckwear Underwear Hosiery Handkerchiefs Our line of Furnishing Goods is always Complete Oanfc youi PENCILS moat any kind you desire Prices tho lowest all colors TABLETS Tho lino em- Â¬ braces all grades from tho cheapest paper to tho very best linen goods Gents Garters iNOTIONSi A beautiful use some of theBe Qoodsanontionod below lino of Box Paper Goods PASS BOOKS of every HAMMOCKS from 75c to 300 Come and Bee them HAIR CURLERS Purses Tooth Brushes Hair Brushes Combs Bill Files Description PEN POINTS Crayons Shawl Straps PERIODICALS OF ALL KINDS Poublo Entry Books Single Entry Books Receipt Books Draft Books Monthly and Weekly Time ooks Books Bound in best cloth from 25 cents to 100 All kinds of blanks kept on- hand Tracing Paper Drawing Paper Deeds Mortgages Legal and Fools Cap Paper Investigate our line of goods - INKS AND MUGILAGR Wall Paper and Window Shades CANDIES J OB WORK finely Executed Estimates Furnished rtTTinrtn irnnrfnrKiriwTorsn J no D Babbagc m Â¬ Â¬ Meyer W Co Euros A Taylor Itosettn Â¬ AA E Brown Irvington Ky Richardson Garfield Ky A It Morris Big Spring Ky W C Moorman Glen Co deane Ky 1 Sheiron Bros Kirk Ky Horace Scott Ilardinshurg Ky RESPONSIBLE Are Parents For Damage Done By Â¬ Children in Handling Fireworks An Interesting Case As tho 1ouitli of July is near at hand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iii M Â¬ SflRSApRIlillR wilt BEATS and tho youngsters have already begun to Invest their pennies for fireworks it is peculiarly appropriate that thero should ho a settlement of a coso iu the Probate Court yesterday which had its origin in a Fourth of July accident On that particular festive day mentioned in 1883 a minor son of Michael liclster a culoon keeper at Court aud Liu n streets was celebrating the occasion with a display of fireworks Among other articles of tho kind lie had some rockets Oue of these was not adjusted properly and ou being discharged fiew into a window where Mr John Cameron sat It Btruck him on tho head and in- Â¬ flicted an injury that proved fatal Ills administrator sued the father of youn leister for damages The case was tried thrue times before a jury was argued threo times on questions of law in the general term of the Superior Couit and twico in the Supreme Court and camo back finally for judg- Â¬ ment In favor of the plaintiff Tho case even got Into tho Kentucky Courts on the final judgment to cot aside transfers of real estate made by tho elder He lsUr That property was sold and altegtther tho firing of the rocket by his son cost Mr Holster about 15000 In tho settlement and distribution yes terday tho widow of the man killed got about 1700 This case establishes the principle that parents aro responsible for injuries and eUuiago that may bo done by the act of their child In tho uw Thero U much of such of fireworks damage done and parents are apt to look out for what ther children do with fireworks when they learn of this caw Cincinnati Enquirer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The U S Govt Reports skoH Keysl Hiking Pewr - agitation for noxt yeats platform What Keutucky Democrats have done in con- Â¬ vention is to say that with the national silver platform of 1802 and a 10 to 1 can- Â¬ didate for the governorship the battle as fir as this years campaign is concerned has ended within the party and must now bo turned against the Republican enemy Moderation and party wisdom have been uppermost in spite of the excite- Â¬ ment of the Convention An able elo- Â¬ quent and popular candidate has boon nominated In the personal attributes which qualify an aspirant for the high office General Hardin is ilch His strength of character and public devo- Â¬ tion have been many times proved in tho sight of all Kentucky A false issue was raised but the re Â¬ sulting damage has been mended as far as a timely exertion of good stnso at the critical point could be useful The Dem- Â¬ ocratic campaign in Kentucky opens well and if the regular majority appears in November the party in all the West and South will be benefited by the prac- Â¬ tical demonstration of Democracys en- Â¬ tire capacity to admit differences within MltS IlATTIE GniNNKLL its ranks without losing tho strength es A horse kicked II 8 Shafer of the necossary to hold its own against the at- Â¬ Brother Walton has handed mo a mis Â¬ Fieeinyer House Middleburg N Y on tacks of Shcrmantsin and McKtnleylsm cellaneous essay entitled St Louts Republic Entiru Sane tho knee which laid him up In bed and tification by tho Rev I Pierre D D caused tho knee joint to becomo stiff A of tho South Georgia Conference I find frieul recommended him to use Cham- Â¬ much that is interesting in the pamph Â¬ berlains Pain Ualni which he did and LAj55w let and many Wesloyau doctrines Clas in two dajs was able to be around Mr meetings aro warmly advocated as a Shafer has recommended it to many means of holiness No woraanthis di- others nnd says it Is excellent for any vine tells who dresses upon a fushlon kind of a brulso or pprain This same ublo platform wears ear rings bracelets Remedy is abo famous for ita cures of or dresses to keep caste cau call her rheumatism For sale by A It Fisher body a fit temple for tho Holy Ghost Cloverport Ky and KlncheloeA Board Aro wo not subject and necessiiily so II rdinsburg Ky to tho dictates of fashion Even if one does not adorn herself with jewels isnt Wiidom in The End even mourning simply a worldly fashion Kentucky Democrats baying unwisely Docs the garb indicate tho condition of permitted a false issue to be laised took To Double the Sales we Take the heart Could no not sorrow ns sin the road of wisdom out oi tho trouble by the Short Road Prices clos- Â¬ cerely in brown or blu as bla k had not nominating Hardin The nomination er than ever Marvellous fashion eh ci ed tho shade Cannot a and the nomiiieen frank acceptance values There is no true chiUtian heart beat beneath velvet demonstrated the ability of the Demo Â¬ Quioker way than and diamonds Just as woll as calico or crats of that State to stand together and gingham D3t a beautiful utlireunchrls proved that the fundamental principles that Solomon had riches Jacob of tho party aro broad enough and en- Â¬ tlanlztfus NOTE OUR PRICES and Isaac hud vast possesions the Queen during enough to hold all tho Democ Â¬ 10 pes Crash a good thing for the prico of Shebt had Jewels Rachai I aud Leah racy of America were beautiful and theirhubandsserved Clay the defeated candidate pledged only 3c worth anywhere 6c Ono lot of wool filling Challle- - nice the more willingy for tho charm The his hearty support to Hardin Lindsay Instinct to nppar well has bet n impant and McCreary the leaders of tho victori- Â¬ patterns and good quality worth 20c to ed in our heartsby our Maker UlnifoH ous element in tho Convention joined go quick at 10c We cap si rve love and obey Him do in the pledge o active work for the One case more of those fiuo French gord keep tlio commandments and fol- Â¬ ticket through tho campaign Ginghams desirable patterns at only 71c low in reason tho demands of addon Tho administration forces might havo theso goods aro worth 12 12 pes Cotton Challiee assorted pat- Â¬ too Should I Bepatate tho wheat from gone to the extreme of setting up a can- Â¬ tho chaff I would not commence by didate against Hardin In the Convention terns at the unheard of price of He goods judging outwardly I would begin ray apd forcing their ad vintage in favor of are worth 10c 20 doz ladles ribbed Vesta at 6c sifting by hunting deeds of umrcy kind one of themselves It Is not worth whilo 10 words spoken uplifting tho fallen car- Â¬ to discuss whether they could havo taken at7Jc 60 pes of Hooslcr Cotton left you can ing for tho aiuk comforting the weary the nomination from him They could and when I found such characters they certainly by following the impulse of come and get it as long as it lasts at old could adorn and beautify the outward blind factiousness have made a bitter price 3c One case of ladles black Seamless Hose temple just us thoir in mis permitted and closo flijht and could have widened with such attributes Diamonds laces a party breach w liicli seemed to exist only lOo per pair or 3 pair for 25c great-Â¬ ellks and velvets could not sepirato from when the Convention opened Tho est value we ever had We still havo all slzjs A ladles slip Â¬ the lovo of Christ The whole senso of regard for party welfare which they dl entire sanctl neat ioi is a dcllveranco played in not Intel ferlng with Hardins per patent tip all solid nice goods at from the in being aud control of sin candidacy furnishes a shining example oaly 60c per pair Seo our assortment of ladles slippers at We all want it we are daily seeking and for tho Instruction of all Democrat in 75c and 100 The greatest values we asking for doliveranco and bo His rplrlt tho next twelve mouths soul and body but not under the second Hardin and Ids friondi earned Demo Â¬ ever offered Ono more lot of those nice suits worth blessing theory cratic praise in the samo way They accepted tho decUion of lie mj irlty on 10 to BelMhem quicker we oSer them at If you havent read Napoleon running tho platform and neither bolted nor 6 A good Cottonad Pant at 40c through this paper you have missed threatened a bolt Our 0 shoe for GenLaee or Con much of French hletory Thero waa a Keutucky Democrats who honestly be-Â¬ gresa you will not ttuflieate anywhere great Nspob onto levlvul in 1840 again lieve in frco coinage at It to 1 have not for twice the money in 1802 which continues The solemn abandoned any pait of their right to Carpets and Oil Cloths at lowest prieea return of the ashes of tho heroupou the work and argue for a revised platform A big llnoroi Straw Matting at 10 16 banks of tho Seine rauied a burst of en- - next year when delegates are to be so lit 3d and 36c thuglasm Just as we are watching and to a national convention any more than A btightN O sugar 35 lbs for a Silver living over the era again Iu 1810 there Illinois Democrats who do not believe iu dollar wero many direct aud indirect eaues free coinage at 10 to 1 have abandoned Your patronage will be appreciated for this revival but I fall to find the their rlgllt to pursue at any time an Tin fcMt kffiia Stoi agencies which Inaugurated the prcsint When we turn in hlitorv to KAMOB movt ment the gloomy diyj which followed fnj al mr MM m hum 4U r rBce aiwr wawrioo me rwuro oi 114 MMW W WmB KY Fo rbon ttc we oaa rdlly urd n tad VK N UWt M M intolligontly tho earlier movement for they were elow to learn salutary lessons The late revival must bo accepted as a fiul lor wo are a nation of fads and fan ciec easily enthim d The memory of tho Captive of St Helena expiring upon n barren rock in that distant isle haa intensified his wonderful career and placed n fresh halo of martyrdom round an over ambitious hero and caused us to bury his faults and pins In a far distant grave while his eojds a o euloglzd Tho evil men do Shakespeare said lives after them tho good is oft interred Wo aro striving to with their bones reverse tho adage as r gards the first Consul whoso own personal household was divided againet him As I have said before he had a colossal side and as many others an ignoble one but he was extraordinary we all know Josephine made tho alliance with a view to emolu- Â¬ ment She preferred the gayeties of a Parisian city to Ids Egyptian tent and reaped her reward Then as now wo flud Gods laws must be obeyed or the penalty paid Wo find a home lesson in nil historical facts if we will accept them Â¬ BANK OT HARDIITSBUEG Capital Stock 25 000 Surplus 7 600 B P BEARD rildent WILL MILLER Vle Preidnt M II BEARD OuhWr OW BKARD MORRIS ESKRIDOK R M JOLLT Dlr tor J INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEP0SIT8 ladies Friend T LI EI T Safe and Sure MARK TRADE I WHITE TCR0SS Whlte Cross Female Tablets a true Female Guaran Â¬ teed or money re Â¬ funded Iteg--ulat- or tf I rl H your Drnr gltt doe not keep them address PO BOX OlS ST IOUIS MM Price S300 I PACTS POSITIONS GUARNTEED under reasonable conditions Do not y it cannot be done until you send for free 1 20 page catalogue nRAUOHTONS PHACTICAL BUSINESS COLLBOB and School of Short- Â¬ hand Typewriting and Telegraphy NASHVILLE TENN 4 WEEKS by Draughtons method oi teach ins book keeping Is equal to 12 WEEKS by old method It cape ids more money In the Interest of its Employment Department than hnlf thr business college in the south take In as tulitoa His strong tidorsed b Hankers Merchants and radical book keepers all over the United Slates fteasonable rates of tulUon Cheap board Open to both sexes 6oo students past year representing 36 States and Territories It has Â¬ You See Its This Way I Steam On I Weve More also preparea books for sent on 6o days trial When vou write explain Address J F Drauahott Pretf tyour wants fiathfille Tenn N II It pays cash j for vacancies as book kcepersstenographers teachers etc reported provided It fills same HOME BTUDY The Old Reliable fe Established 38 years Treats wale or ex Â¬ male married or single In cases of Â¬ posure abuses excesses or Improprieties BKILlaUABANTKKU Board and apart Â¬ ments furnished when desired Question Illank and Book free Call or lvrltev Constipation Biliousness Cause Sickheadache Pains In the back Ose pink Pill touches the liver aad remove the bile One Tonic Pellet nightly acts as a gentle laxative in keeping the bowels open restores the digestive organs tones up the nervous system and aakes ueyr rich blood Coiaplele treatment wo saedkiaes one price 35c Treatise and sample free at any store WaOWM- - MrNB BO Hsw Test w Sallow complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion There Is only one care which is KJJ Geo Yeakel Co jtsr4 r- j 1 t SAjJ s Aa As imm JSa it rftj rh S i K- - IV k A if- Mr Henry Mtwon of Evnusvillc and has sold has tiroji of wheat Miss Mntllo Robb of Hawesville were Tlll Groves 1000 bushels to Oelze UrontG5 c nls In our midst a few hours Saturday Airs James Mattingly and her Hltle Jim England sold his crop to Cos White daughter Ruth of New Orleans are in head at G2J cents Green peas and beans arc soiling it 5 the city visiting relatives and friend Mr and Mrs Claronco Keith of cents per gallon green applet 40 icuts per bushel new potatoes 10 cents cab- - Leltchfleld after a very ploavtut stay bago cents a head Market well sup with relallyep returned homo Pumluy piled Prof W A MeGuIre an entwprislng There are n halt dozen married men druggist from Patterson Louisiana Is over at the Ileyser House cnjojlng tho visiting Miss Lllllo Cooper ut Ruth this good things of that good houto vhlle week Col Thomas Swcinoy of Pinclucoe their wives are away visiting their r uu has been in tho city somo two or three try cousins Our parlors aro continually open nice weeks under treatment of Dr S S Wat Â¬ comfortable chairs and lounges If you kins MOST PERFECT MADE Mr and Mrs Wm Mattingly Griinths Bhould happen to be a little fatlgueil no A pureGrape Cream of Tartar Powder Free doubt a saucer of our excellent cieam Station will arrivo to day to visit her Vom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant parents Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis a few will rovivo you Rlcdol A Co 40 YEARS THE STANDARD days Wantkd Wo want to buy two hun- Â¬ Mrs U G Hill and little son Virgil Notice to Subscribers dred thousand pounds of dark s tort roTt to day for Henderson to remain un- Â¬ to good The date on the label Indicates the time body red tobacco Parties having which your subscription la paid Thli aervei til after the fourth visiting friends and both aa a receipt an expiration notice every crops of this kind unsold will pcase Examine the date printed after your week relatives name on the margin of thin paper and tee If It It bring samples of leaf and lugs to Jumes Mrs Judgo Tarvln of Covington nco correct If not correct please to let tit know If B Face Jrs factory as wo have not tho jour time has expired please renew at once Mrs Belt who formerly resided here ar Â¬ time to rldo J P Beverley rived Monday and will bo Mrs W II flavo your old machines repaired by n Bowmers guest Breckenridge News man who gives you a good guarantee and Miss Veva Miller will leaye this week understands his trade Call at my fllco for Piuovllle 3 1895 WEDNESDAY JULY Sho will remain away and seo somo of my work Needles and somo fow months tho guest of her sister shuttles for all machines always on hand Mrs Geo Bently LOCAL BREVITIES My oil is tho best L II Schercr Jerry Gannano Aris Wat field Jerry Flags at Vests Mrs Jcnnio Aud nee Murray 1 Ick Tilford and Jo Howard brought tho train Ice cream at Martins on the 4th 5 ory Grove Va in renewing her sub- Â¬ from tho branch over Saturday to the centa a saucer scription says I look forward to the shops for repairs Rev Engelbert Schmltt has reurncd BnECKKJJIHDOE NEWS with BO MUCll Misses Norn I Muflllt of Tar Fork to Fayncsvlllo pleasure Those who live away from Kerrllla Howard of Monroe were the Lunches prepared on short notlco at dear old Clovcrport know how to ap Â¬ guest of their undo and aunt Mr and Bicdel Cos preciate your good paper Mrs B W Noel last week Fancy cakes or the 4th of July lunch Master James Helm and A D Mluary PERSONAL basket Sulzers of Louisville will spend the summer Clayton Crosson has gono to Hardins Â¬ Till Groves went to Louisville Satur Â¬ with their grand parents Mr and Mrs burg to work on the Leader James G Stephens nt Alta Vibta day Be patriotic decorato your houses Sirs Charity Woods who now re Â¬ A X Kinciieloo vas in the city Mon Â¬ Como to us for flags Sulzers sides in Louisville witli her son R E Flags bunting and all kind of decora- Â¬ day Woods spent soveral days with her Henry Batey of Asklns vtas in town daughter Mrs R D Witt last week tion stuff for the 4th Sulzers Misses Powers Hnwcsvllle Maltio Splendid rain hero Sunday night It Saturday Dr S S Watkins went to Owcniboro Nones Louisville Allio Frayser Owens- Â¬ was general all over this section boro three attractive young ladies aro VXfrs Ferd Bishop of Irvington has Monday Dr R L Nowsom went to Owensboro now spending several weeks with Mies gone to Missouri to visit relatives Jessie Powers of Holt Croquet sets so cheap you can afford yesterday Carson returned Thursday to own one for tho 4th Sulzers Aris Wa field is spending a few dajs nMIfs Mabel from a visit to friends nt Owensboro S G Shelley will preach on Itegenera in the city Sim was accompanied by Miss Susie R K Smith Owensboro was in tho Davis and Ethel Claycomb who will bo tion Sunday morning at 11 oclock Breeze mixers to keep tho nir cool on city Monday her guests for sometime John Ponell of Bruudeuburg was tho 4th Our faua do the work Sulzers Mr and Mrs Alex Maddox and grand daughter Miss Efflo Brosier of Evans On account of slack of business nino hero Sunday Mr E A Kicbardfionof Louis illt was ville who have been here about a week men wero laid off at tho shops Monday visiting among friends and relatives will Col1 Sam Sebastain cant stay away in town Monday Miss Bessie Jarboe will tku hum- return homo this wck Came fn smiling last week from Eliza Miss Mayme Griflith arrived from Ox mer at Skillruan bethtown foid Ohio Saturday Sho has been at- Â¬ Morrison of Patcsvllle wrs In David Fancy canned goods fancy pickles and tending school at that place Sho will lots of good eating for a 4th of July din- Â¬ tho city Friday bo at her sisters Mrs S S Watkins tho ner Sulzers Mrs J D Brashear after a short ill- remainder of the summer Light Brahpa eggs for sale Felch ness is recovering Irs Lela W Henly our clover and strain 100 for 15 Mrs John Nkvitt Mr E F Lyons Jolly Station was in genial postmistress left last Thursday Irvington Ky tho city yesterday for Louisville thence to New York from When you go out on a pleasure trip Mrs C L Chamberlain Is visiting her which point sho sailed Saturday at 10 a the 4th why not take a hammock with parents at Grahampton m for Europe Sho will tako a sixty you Snhnrs Mrs Jos Tinius and children ol Ad days sojourn through England Scotland Ireland Frapco Germany and Switzer- Â¬ For sound money yes everybodys dison wero iu tho city Monday for sound money No other kind goes Turpin of Louisville is vis Â¬ land We trust that hor trip may bo one Miss of pleasure and profit While sho is in this country iting Miss Sallio and Nellie Gregory away the ofllco will bo in charge of A A Mm Bridget Flood near Stephonsport of Miss Mary Holt and Mr Sweene Lalleist and Ollio Tousey was in town last week and made a Owensboro were in the city Saturday pleasant call on tho News Charlie He ser of Leltchfleld if the Card of Thanks You can get from us any kind of cake guest of his brother Mr F T Iff wr To tho business of our town 1 you may want Stop baking at home Judge Ahl and Reuben Miller of clar return my heaitfelt thanks fortlu irkind Vend give us the order Hicdel Co To our accommodating Editor dinsburg attended Elders picnic Sat help Fresh Bread to day and for the 4th day who so reasonably showid a doubly Leave your order for tho 4th on the 3d is kind interest in regard to furnishing Mrs File DoIIaven of Owensboi so you will be sure to get it Sulzers visiting her aunt Mrs A J Uro of such nice programs for my recital vthicli Bob Mattingly came in Mouday and To my patrons is highly appreciated Holt renewed hissubscrlptlon for the 18tb who did more than I n quired in regard Mies Fordo Hardin and Mrs Enma year Bob as usual has a good crop of 1 most sincerely to declred requests White of Holt were in tho city Slim tobacco thank especially Mr and Mrs E II day Ziikel for the uo of their elogaut piano S G Shelley will hold church Con- Â¬ mil Â¬ also to D II Baldwin Mies Mary HammannndChatlloJ Co of Louisference at Holts Chapel this evening at isunday witu friends at vddi ville for tho excellent now Baldwin pi Â¬ 8 oclock All tho members are request Â¬ ler spent eon ano furnished which gave perfect satis- Â¬ ed to bo present Miss Lutie Moorman of Glendeai c is faction To their competentand reliable Everybody made happy on tho 4th few weeks with relative and agent Mr P G Bryau who so promptly Come to the most enterprising storo in spending a rccpoaded to my catl I heartily thank the county and see the wonderful stock friends W G Barrett and family of I hiIm Oiler thauks to Mr and Mrs of goods Vest the bcinp under many obligations to them rest Church Conference at tho Elm Street ville will bo at Holts the for their kind hospitality ami assistance summer Methodist church Thursday evening at KMiss Maud Willis after soveral t eeks Now to the young ladles and gentlemen All the members are re 8 oclock visit at Hardinsburg will return lomo of our church that so faithfully stood by quested to attend me I havnt words to oxpress my grati this week Tho sale of Btraw hats has been im Â¬ tudo and thauks Total amount taken Mr Oscar Holder came up from Orcns We have some beau- Â¬ mense this season in 00 00 net proceeds 45 40 tiful shapes left Cant you uso one for boro Thursday to see his mother Mrs Annie E May Thos Bolder Vest the 4th Mrs A J Gross of Holt and Mrs Our grocery department is always Dick Bland Coining Homo chuck up with the many things that go File DoIIaven of Owensboro weio in Hon Tho Hartford Herald says to maintain existence Tako a look and town Saturday Richard P Bland of Misotni has an- Â¬ Mrs E T Haynes and daughter Miss nounced that ho will soon como to Ken Â¬ be convinced Vest Ufhe pumping- - machinery for tho oil Ruth spent Sunday with her mother tucky to deliver sevoral speeches One hof them will be at Hartford wheio as a well at Hawesvllle arrived yesterday Mrs Hunter of Sample Mrs Mollie Patterson and her little barefooted urchin Dick used to sell ginIn a few days now that good town will That was be billng over in oil son Willlo were tho guests of Mr and ger cakes on election days long ago but Silver Dick as ho is Granville Wilson and Lyons have set Mrs B W Noel last week out on their placo near Jollys Station Will Watkins who has been here two known now by reason of his devotion to 76 acres of tobacco It is all looking well weeks will return to St Joseph Mo the cause of tho wliito metal In congress still has many friends hero who will and promises a fino crop tho latter part of this week welcome him back to his old home and No reason why oyery woman and IMrs Robt Polk and children are with attentlvo ear to anything ho child in this county cant be tho poees spending several weeks with her pa enls listen may havo to say or of a fan The largest show over in Mr and Mrs William Beavin the city from 6c to 50c Vests Mrs Carrie Owen who visited Mrs Louisville Stook Market To morrowt Thursday will bo a day of W O AHen last week returned to her LouisviiXK July 2 Cattle dull ond celebration All those undecided where home at Glondcane Saturday 15 to 25 cents lower on nil grades Hogs to spend the t day will be more than Josh Powers and fawily of Owens- Â¬ Market actlvo and higher Best pack visit Vests boro aro spending tho stWatier as their eeapensated if they will only m ft m to 4 VI Geod Itfltifa acMvtf The Brecjcenrldge Bank forwarded country farm in Holts bettota Sheep and J anils Mat ket dull and Monday its 3 taxes duo the Slate with Best Kentucky lambs 4 to ic Mrs Edgar Turpin who has bctn the lower out waiting for further Instructions from guest of Mr and Mrs J D Gregory re- Â¬ Best fat slice 2 to 2Jc Stock Ewes no Um eourte All the banks in tho State turned to Louisville Saturday demand re klgllkewise Yards closed on tho 4lh of July Y d Roy lloyser after several days vlMt to Otfct Talker Stephensport was in town his parente Mr and Mrs PT lloyser nesday Is now tho main sales day yotarday m business Nat is one of the returned to Loulsvillo Monday NOTICE battling HRMra of that section and has Miea Nclo Burks of Holt is now In a the growing crop Ho will 150 to Louis I havo adopted the strictly cash a stem will spend some few weeks with retail coal business and can not vilk next week with 11 tobacco and ex Louisville and with her Bister Irs Geo Fettor good rouud price for it Motfl a Please do tarnish coal except for casli The aJvaBce in leather has obliged not ask or credit aa I wiltbe compelled to refuse always send the money with Httaufe4urH to make a iwwpoadlBg adttoee in the pries of titoe with prob Â¬ Keep thesystem jn perfect or- Â¬ tho order Lump coal per load of 30 L Doa njiy exception 0 y ably bushek 7Jc per bushels It B PIEDOE ytw who notwltb4lng the high der by the occasional ust of of lejaberi will omUriw at tbe M Tutts Liver Pills They reg yr prima aitflWy a betW oe than ever and produce We Do you want wb4w aliadie Tijjirii ahnraddiUeaa to M al ulate the bowel havo sows that are slightly Belled They iaetojy Wfkes bia alaat Ui laraaai l the fHd vkToftd h mBitM For sick headache malaria bil Â¬ are BKuntd en spring- relkw The Umh Uiwh ekth we aw coI aiiag an excltwlve lit 1 ehoea iousness constipation and Vtnr out for 60 awl 75etnW a pair foruwrly Ptfirdmr dred diseases an absolute ure wcot from 60 to 1100 A rare berjAin ROYAL New k yoqr epporinuity bo take adfM- alt m Mmvmlmg 1 T tllcktet a WMrniMmnmrfifTri n fKrTT-irTfritfT-v- - tmm TL AWXfiiSi Heiwra WaHd Pallf lags at Vests IRVINGTON fliBS Lily McGlothlan Id Visiting- in Loulsvillo Mis Fiances Goodson Is visiting Mrs Kate L Bennett Misses Lullo Drake and Hetty Holt aro out in tho country for n days pleas Â¬ - DR Â¬ wiicr CREAM 1 ure MrflTJ It Wimp goes to llopklnsvlllo ta visit her sister Mrs Waller She will remain a couple of weeks Little Miis Lizzie Lee Bovllle of Lou- Â¬ lsvillo Is having a delightful visit to her litllo friend Naunie Lee Jolly Miss Lily Scott of Hardinsburg ar- Â¬ rived yesterday and was met by Miss Lucy Frank whoso guests she will be Dont forget brother Cundlff preaches at tho Baptist church next Sunday after- Â¬ noon nt oclock Como out and hear him Mrs Henry Hcrndon and little daugh- Â¬ ters Anna May and Wilda of Louisville arrived Friday evening on a visit to rela- Â¬ tives and friends Mr and Mrs Alexander Mr and Mrs Harry Major and little son William of Louisville Mrs Vaughn and children Stephensport and Miss Eugenia Robin Â¬ son Elizabcthtown aro guests at Wash Â¬ ington Place Ihe children of Mt Merino parish will make their first communion tho 2d Sunday Thero will bo two masses on that day Tho first at 0 oclock a in for tho children and the second nt ten oclock as usual Brother Cullum arrived at his homo in North Carolina and at present is filling tho pulpit of a broUier minister who is absent He brother Cullum is enjoying the parsonage ond a good library all by himself hut he finds time to remember his llock at home as well as somo of tho BAKING POHDIR ii0 uBikV News Most fascinating young la dies remarked to n gentleman as his son was leaving for somo Eastern city Cant your son get a position hero 7 Why dont you set him up iu business It nearly broke my heart to seo him go Wiienover Victor Bowmer is out on his wheel stay clear of tho street Ho Went down in tho history of the Is like a heavy freight tialn cant stop American people whenour himself under live mlhs took an extra Our young ladles in order to keep in hitch In their galluses and signed stylo should procuro bloomers tho Declaration oi Independence Miss Nellie Beverley after struggling that caused the country to blossom very hard Is now one of our prettiest forth llko a land of enchantment riders Its no wonder when wo look hack Fred Diluy Jr has a now wheel aud at tho past wo all want to celobrato cT is very proud of it the 1th x ir S Practice is all that somo of our riders need to bo flyeis W O Allen would almost as soon part Wavo Thursday let tho cannons rear ring tho bells and have a good time with his wifo as his Columbia Lets seo what wo have to help make you enjoy tho day Clinrlio Ilamraan niado the run from hero to Rome Iud Sunday In an hour DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT GROCERY DEPARTNENT Dr Watkins is entered as a pacer in one of the races that takes placo on the 4th at Louisville HANDKEUCIIIEFfi an endless OANNKD COFFEE Did you ever try it awful flno for lunch Several of our wheelmen contemplate jaricty at prices you cant afford attending tho races on tho 4th at Louis CANNED MEATS to do without them Such ai vjlle STRAW HATS For men and Dovll Ham Corned Beef Lunch Tongue Mustard and French Sat boys keep you cool and tho thing Master James II mis Jr is about tho to wear to a picnic diucs nico for a Lunch Basket cutest llttlo ridor To soo him it looks FANS That will torment the like ho was reared in the saddle PIOKLES All kinds tako som breezesregular air stlrertoo cheap along in your lunch basket to whtt Percy Hopper went to Hardinsburg to do without up your appetite Sunday on his wheel returning ho That will woo CLOTHING made tho run in 40 minutes Ho is FKUITS Oranges lemons for every breeze price so thin on them training for the races at Louisvillo to- Â¬ lemonade and bananas to help fill that you think wo are selling them morrow Hero is hoping lie may captaro up tho lunch basket too cheap the first prize Odubfoitr tjiumKmjmxxteiA rTTl B - g - - Â¬ THE 4tli of July hV Let The Star Spangle Banner Health in Your Yest Pocket box of Ripans Tabules costs only 50 cents and may save you as many dollars worth or time A We are Outfitters for all pleasure seekere J SULZERS O NOLTE Oome to ud Assignee outdido lambs7 Â¬ Â¬ pd Â¬ Â¬ Tho little ones of the town had an enjoyablo moonlight croquet party last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Liz zie Leo Bovllle Those present wero Misses Ella and Hetty licit Lula Drake Itlpaus Tubules may be obtained through your Ada Smith Eva McGlothlan Mary Hen Â¬ nearest druggist Trice 50 cents a box ry Nannie Leo Jolly and Messrs Clar Notice enco McGlothlan Rhys Protheroe Mor- Â¬ Tho Brcckenridgo Co Limited truin ris Louis aud Edwin Jolly Bob Jolly makes three trips daily during the week was umplro and Mrs Jolly chapcrone and two on Sundays 23 cents round Certainly a very Jolly time indeed trip to the Tar Springs At a regular meeting of tho Circle Statement of tho Condition of the Miss Julia Greenwood read a delightful little impromptu poem which so beau- Â¬ tifully pleased tho membors that they lNcauroaATtD to allow your immediately requestod or ciovuitpouT itv corrrespondeut to send it to tho Niws At the Close of business June 9th 1S95 for publication so that others may eujoy ASSKTS some of tho poetic talent of one of our Notes and Dills Discounted 89 313 86 own girls Dank Fixtures and Furniture 2 000 00 Boilthecom on tho cob for five minutes then cut tho corn off and pack in cans within one inch of top fill rest with water put on tho tops and partly screw down then set cans iu water and boil two hours then screw tops down tightly Next week How to can Tomatoes and other vegetables in tin cans nt a canned by the largo tanning factories CAEMNED CORlli OUT THIS OUT rmsm Hi Breckinridge hr Bmik Too full l tills bright world of bcluty Too ihort arc the awlft llcctlng hours a duty Whist around and about Iiet hiding eun amid the sweet floweri Banking Uouso and Lot Â¬ We watch lite bright sunrayi that qultcr Like arrows that are sent on a quest We sec them drop down In the river Where tho lilys asleep on its breast Debts In Suit Overdrafts Bonds Protest Account Cash Due from Hanks Total 3 000 00 3 258 Ot 508 41 J9 581 At sO 03 21 Picnic Goods Wc are Head quarters and 4vk U 34 CO Let us supply you with your 03 0 010 74 218 751 72 5 11 We list to the feathered choir slnclng Wc drink In deep draughts of delight Our senses with earths joys are tingling Whilst the heart whispers is it just right V Just right to turn from the beauty That lures like the Siren of old And take up the burden of duy And dare it a IIAIIIIiriKS Cajttal Stook 45 Surnlu 25 1 Undivided Irodt 1 Fund to Pay Taxes Dividend No 42 4 per cent declar 1 ed tins day Deposits 142 Duo to llonk Total 100 00 000 00 225 42 004 03 801 00 52V C3 1 01 Pop Corn Candies Fruits Etc Cheaper than anybody Fruit Jars going at Cost Send us your orders though pulseless and cold oice Is heard singing And thU Is the sweet low refrain That an angel from I em en Is bringing Lites duties are eer the souls gain So I turn from the beauty around me And quickly there comes to my mind A dutt llut has been assigned me Of pleasure and profit combined IIke a lute 216 754 72 Â¬ Sklllinan cashier of tho above nam ed bank do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the bait of my knowledge and belief A P Suilkax Cashier Subicribed and sirorn to before me this the lit Jay of July 1805 N1D0 Cuah 11 Skillm t Commission expires Jan 10th 189S A II I Mevitt Â¬ This Is the day of the meeting Of our circle at Irvington near And this then shill be the greeting Of mine to the members so dear Ive not done the task that you gae me May I substitute this In its place And I promise that naught shall deter oie For next time my subject Ill trace 1 Qough BRANDENBURG Statement of Condition of the Bank of Hardinsburg INCOHrOXATKD Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS KY AT IIiltlUMSHimci At the close ol business Juno ItESOUHCns Fixture llnnklng House nml Lot OtLerlUal Estate Cash In safe and In other biuka 1CV oth 1SU5 We handle the best Whiskies and Brandies in the Stato Â¬ 1 478 59 A new theory In tho treatment of 3 597 50 coughs lung aud bronchial iilTcctions has 42S 09 t 30 381 19 been advanced by the manufacturers of 1 155 00 Dr Bells Pine Tar Honoy It Is truly a Donrli Notes and blll 93 817 64 wonderful remedy All dealers sell 133 8J6 01 Total It on a positive guarantee For sale IIAI1IIITIBS by Short Haynes Clovcrport Dr 25 000 00 R II McMullin McDanlels M Meyer Capital Stock paid In 103 056 47 Co Burasj A Taylor Rosettaj W E Deposit No V July 1st 4 per Dhlden Brown Irvington Ky A A Richard- Â¬ cent 1000 00 4 789 51 son Garfield Ky A R Morris Big Surplus and undivided profits Spring Ky W O Moorman Glon Â¬ Total I33 856 01 Co dcane Ky P Rhorron Bros I M II Heard cashier of above named Kirk Ky Horace Scott Hardinsburg bank do swear that the above statement Is true to the best of toy knowledgo and belief Ky vVbVfc4FvVivvvteVvVvVVv Remember And make the on the market tlmt the Irvington Milling Continue to buy your Go Notio to Trustees and Teachers Tho Brcckenridgo County Teachers Institute for tho current school year will bo held at Hardinsburg beginning on Monday July 22d 1805 and will con- Â¬ tinue II vo days All in this county who aro teachers nf the graded common schools in cities of the fifth and sixth State classes w ho hold Stato Diploma Certificate or County certificate or who contemplate applying for a certificate to teach In tho common schools of this county are required under penalty of forfeiting the right to hold a certificate to attend tho full session of this Insti tele uuless they haw a contract to teach elsuwhrre and havt attended or can attend In that county A failuro to not teach during this Bchool year does not exempt a teacher He must attend or forfeit his certificate You will take note and govern yourselves according to Section 140 In the School Law Anpbbw Diuskbix Supt M II Usubd Casbbr Sworn to beforo me this June 29tb 1695 W K Uaims Notary Putlb E0G ORDINANCE Alt persons living within the corporate Halts of the City of Cloverpott Ky are re quired to comply with ordinance No 18 Seo 1 2 and 3 of said ordinance by calling on F N DHuy City Clerk and procuring a check by paying the tax on tamo within 30 days and from this date July 2 1895 JNO A DAUHY Mayor Â¬ Wheat Corn Hogs Cattle SllCCp Flour Meal and Mill Feed Wo sell Salt Urlck Shingles Cement Uone Meal Corn Wheat and Tobacco Fertilizers Corn Planters Hay Rakes Wheat Drills Studebakcr and Old Hickory Wagons Buggies and Spring Wagons and tho only rollablo Self Hinder and Mower Binder Twlno etc with a guarantee on each article Wo sell nothing but first class goods at nt prices to suit times Remember tho best Is tho cheapest iu tho long run Your inspection patronago and correspondence respectfully solicited Administrators Sale As administrator of the eitata of J A Mur- Â¬ ray deceased I will at my uulen door Clover port Ky on Thursday Jul II 18J5offor at publlo outcry to the highest bidder the sonil assets of said estate consisting In part nvls of the following 1 Liw Lbrarr a lot 22 Yslt Xoeyeto oclUnoas bosks oat pedla Ilrlltannlca writing desks oie Are prof combination sale and some householl goods and ether thngs A kr iHsUl pr st Tcrinv of Sale For amounts of five dollars and under cash In hand For aaounts over five dollars a Uond credit of nloe months will lie given with approved toourlty will be rtqurJ of the purchaser bearing 6 per oint Interest from date until paid K w J rigs Half Bates on Sundays Taking effect May 20th the Louisville St Louis A Texas Railway will sell on every Sunday round trip tickets between all Its stations on main lino atone fare Tickets are good for the round trip only ou date of sale good returning same day This glvea everyone an opportun Â¬ ity to vllt one of the large citlea or spend a day with their friend along the line For Further Information call on agents or address U O Mokduk A G P A Lettlaville Ky h 10 NIJVVSOM 1395 Admr Clorerport Ky Juno R N Miller ATTORNEY at LAW HARDINSiURQ KY Will practice In all the CourU In ifsvvnv the OLOVEItrOItT KY with Datld B Murray Bast end ef IRVINGTON MILLING CO IRVINGTON KY bmjoiii t Get your laundry packages ready I will have a boy to call every Tuesday returning Saturday K O DabbageAgt 1 Perfect Health OWENS PINK MIXTURE CHILDRCN rOB TCKTHIN PftRFCCTLY lURMUat uttJ for 10 yaara by ItoustaJs of mowers pmk mixturo ntvtr IK to retlsv cWWrsa of all County and surrounding District Gus Brown ATTORNEY AT LAW OflU iTABLERSDIT V1 BUCK EYE ICURES A SURE bj Window Shades Teething Troubles wssttlts Ftok Mint BcaM K la know la csslsln IM MHtHR U OMMf MlsMMIM kuc Witt w CkotUn h Ktar IIIIEJ Kalfje A Vigorous Body Ilea Bridgf OINTMENT NOTHING BUT bt Barnes Klnchwloe PltESj BkJng MstflH lUslws M AN l i 411 TUTTS Liver PILLS Children Cry for ROTHM ATTORNEYSKt LAW OfHM on J D JUwuww Piters OasUrUu Iltudlnjuurg Ky Vain street next door J Hold hy SHORT A HJLYMBft north of postefflw and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years aa th if JEST REMEDY fcr PlLCt1 BX MY AIl BKtlSttlaTI WUCsUIMUI MM W ST L0V1 fMUI4 in iii ty mmmmmmamimmm iyiiyyiiiiJlWi jHwiiMWWTSSHHHHvWsS wffV- WM- - - n Tf ueiy JF v nTf WwIWW jf K 6 Highest of all in Leavening Power- THB Latest U S BKBLOKKNKLIOQBl NBXWs OIOVETiRFORr ed and prevents tho rise of price for ky MlllMlllMlMllMMftMllMl Model f Govt Report RM Breckenridge News ABSOLUTELY PUKE Powder Â¬ Standard tiher dollars coined under tho act of 1870 hare been exchanged for gold or paper redeemed In gold from 1878 to tho WEDNESDAY JULY a 1893 present timo Still my benighted friend pretnds to know something about the money question It may be that Carlisle does not know how tho treasury is run J II A says that tho government is not redeeming nilver dollars in gold yet HAVE COMMERCIAL Carlisle says in tho same hook page MUST 832 That from November 1 1S93 to VALUE TO MAKE IT GOOD Juno 11th 1891 thero worn 1205759 MONEY standard silver dollars redtcmed in MONEY gold Tha Stamp Says y Valuo R P S Has No It Is Simply tho Evidenco of tho Existonco of tho Metal Valuo Due to The Domand For It As Money and in the Arts Gold and Silver Make Good Money Becauso of Their Intrinsic Valuo And Demand In for Both Money and the Arts Good Must Paper Be Monoy to Bo Backed by Either or Silver Gold Say It may bo that J II A knows my young friend you sit down and write Dan W Vorhoes of Washlnpton D C a letter and ask him to send you Coin ago Laws and Statistics it will not cost you any thing and inform yourself on the present management of tho finances of tills country and perhaps you will then bo competent to writo on this quesQuit redeeming silver dollars in tion gold and they will go to 50 cents then the stamp of tho government will not hold them up to gold or above their Quit redeeming silcommercial valuo ver certificates in silver and they will go to almost zero in value Then it is clear that without commercial value money would become worthless nrtl would not serve as a medium of exchange I shall again apswer my friends qiieH lions although I have answered somo of He has now them two or three times told us what a legal tender is and I wanted him to tell ua whether or not an article could perform the other functions of money without being a legal tender but ho evaded the question by pretend Â¬ ing that ho till not understand What made that bar of gold to bo money to bo legal tender His answer is the stamp backed by tho law My answer is tho stamp backed by tho law made It a legal tender and its commercial value enabled it to perforin Â¬ nround my voting frlond that It will bo impomiblo for blin to extrlcato himself He contend that money has but one kind of value mid does not need any other kind that conferred by tho stamp its legal Under nluo its face value or whatevt r ho may call It Fur he kiijs if vui suppose gold is not leeul tender lis valuo Is lojt The value conferred by the lamp then la all the valuo it Iihh Ho denies that money has any real or commercial value This ono value legal face or what Â¬ ever name he chooses to give it ho ravs is fixed and arbitrary and never changes yet in his last article ho tells us that thu present unit of value money of account lias during the past twenty five years appreciated in vauo at tho rate of 2 per cent per annum bo that a dollnr twenty fivo years ago is now worth 1 02J yet he says that money bos but one value that conferred by the stamp and this is fixed and never change I am free to admit my inability to un derstand such logic If he would nltnv money to have real or commercial value independent of ita legal or face value I could seohowhls 1000 debt could remain constant while tho gold in which he pays it by reason of tho Increased demand for it in the arts and for mouey purposes has wonderfully increased in commercial value so that it takes om thlrd more of human toil to procure the gold necessary to pay the dibt J II A will not admit that money has real or commercial value but that its value is artificial therefore he is estopped from making such argument What makes tho bullion in a gold dollar worth the faco value of the coin J II A Efiys tho demand for gold hy tho world for money purposes gives gold about 95 per cent of its value there- Â¬ fore ho concludes that the stamp gives the gold its value and if the Btamp were removed that gold would become worth- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho speculator and when needed it flown back to this country so you see that such money Is more ttntilo and regulates J II A Matted out by saying that nil authors are ngaint the idea of commer Â¬ I have quoted cial value In money Bonni twenty economists who favor it mid Walker says all economists favor it Ho has never given us a word lino or sentence fiom an economist who opposes commercial valuo in money Ho says money does not havo it and does not need it and that all authors who teach tho truth teach that money docs not need commercial value but htlll he never quotes from an author who eo teaches In my Inst nitlclo I gave tho history of paper money and showed from tho history of it In every country In which it hud been tried that it had failed to do the money work ond in every Instance had brought wreck nnd ruin upon the government and people J II A quibbles about the word Intrinsic claiming that I have retreated from my position when from the begin Â¬ ning I have rejected the word unless I should bo permitted to use it as many authors do in tho sense of commercial value In conclusion If J II A should feel that I havo In this article so batter cd hia position that he must reply I would like for him to repeat his definition to legal tender and by the sido of it state whether or not an n licle without tho stamp will serve as a medium of exchange r preaentatlve of valuo or measure of deferred payments If ho will answer this question in the afllrmative then tho whole question is settled for if money will do this work without the stamp these functions do not arise from the legal tender function and money must have commercial value and I shall not feel that I should write any more It P S Â¬ Â¬ WHAT IS HELL 7 A Few Choice Illustrations of tho Frequent Uso of tho -- Hi j t am itell Word In the Lebanon Enterprise of last Fri Â¬ day a correspondent earnestly aks What Is Hell Thero has been such a variety if definitions given in reply to this question and so many heard every day that it does seem strange that the anxious inquirer should havo any diffi culty whatever in getting an answer that would sutt his owu ideas We never as n rule accept definitions or replies that do not conform to our own views any wny But this Is not the question For the benefit of this voice from the wilder in ss of uncertainty tho Poncller will furnish a few solutions to the query and from tho array iio can select tho ono that best ases hid mind upon the burning no attempt at a pun when we say burn- Â¬ ing issue Duilng tho commencement festivities a student who had an engagement to take a girl to a party and hadnt threo dollars with which to hire ajiack look- Â¬ ed out into the night and saw the rain comingdown in torrents Thisis h ho said At ono of the precinct meetings Sat Â¬ urday afternoon a local politician whose candidate got It in tho neck was heard to mutter beneath his breath Well Â¬ 1 36 Lt- OtCMBIft a For Tourists For Heavy weight Riders - 95 fJTTjgJI Model THE carrying 36 is an ideal touring machine heavy luggage and guaranteed capable to stand The tourist may coast up under the most severe usage in perfect safety for the band brake is the most effectivo brake ever applied to a bicycle To the class of conserva- Â¬ tive riders and men of heavy weight this machine will particularly commend itself for the additional comfort and feeling of absolute safety which it ensures Built late In tho season of 1894 and thoroughly in equipment te thisis A h 1 less I IT WONT GO UNLESS IT IS llAnoixsntiiid Kv June --MHli 189 Jin Editor As my friend lias written two articles since lie paid tlmt lie would close with two more I shall endeavor in thii ray last article not to introduce any now matter but to restate the question ami the propositions on which 1 rely to suttain my position There ia but ono jm stion between J II A and myself lie holds that the article on which the ro eminent places its stamp to make mi icy docs not and need not have any col mercial valuo whatever to perform an or all the functions of money While I hold that it does not need commercial valuo to perform the legal tei ler functions but to perform the otl jr functions storo of value medium of xchange scale of value and measure of eferred payments it must have com mucial value My friend holds that the legal tender firction is tho supreme function in wl ch all tho other functions originate ani from which they low then there can be no other functions in the absence of he legal tender function J II As writings then must prove fiat ran ley can not do its work in any par tic lar unless it have the legal tender fun tion He has completely failed to muko out his cose 1 o has not given us a line to show that th other functions of money arise from the legal tender function nor has he bIk wn us that the other functions can not exist without the legal tender func- Â¬ tion He has labored long and loud to show that money need not have intrinsic valuo but not a line has ho written not a proof has ho adduced not author has he quoted to show that money need not bae commercial value I granted in the beginning of the debate that money need not have intrinsic value unless I should be permitted to uso that word in the sense of commercial value I grant ed in tho beginning that an article need not have commercial value to be a legal tender that tho stamp backed by the law was all that was needed to make it a legal tender Yet my friend has taken up much time and space to prove these two propositions Now let us see what proofs I have given to show that an article will per Â¬ form tho other functions of money without being a legal tender and what proofs that monoy to serve as a mcasuro of value medium of exchange store of value or measure of deferred payments must have commercial value My friend admits that silver certificates perform all the functions of mouey even to paying debts although they are not legal tenders Tho 50 octagon perfoitns all the functions of money yet it has not oven tho stamp of tho government and is not a legal tender My friend says that becauso I favor tho free coinage of silver that I favor a fifty cent dollar then silver dollars not- Â¬ withstanding they aro legal tenders would not bo worth but CO cents were they not redeemed by the treasurer in Â¬ Â¬ the other functions I hold that an article may perform all the other func- Â¬ tions of money and not be a lral tend- r as tho silver rcrliflcatc that it may t legal tender and not perform any of the other functions for it may becomo worthless as much of the colonial mom y did My friend holds that money and legal tender aro synonymous terms eo that whatever is a legal tender is money and whatever is money is legal tender Nothing can bo legal tender without being money and nothing can bo money unlets it is n legil tender He f ays in a preuous article that the legal tender function is the supriiiic function from which all other functions arise The legal tender function then confers all tho functions of money upon an article and whatever is a legal tender is money in every particular Whatever definition applies to legal tender also applies to money lie says A legal tender is that by the presentation of which I can compel my creditor to release me from debt Money then according to his logic is that by the presentation of which I can compel my creditor to rcleaso me from debt Then his statement in answer to my question that silver certificates circulato as money is fasle for they on- not legal tenders and as the other fuiutions arise from this one it follows that ihoy would not and do not circulate as money It is very apparent then to ono ol ordinary intelligence that J II As position that a legal tender is money and that all the functions of money arise from this ono and can not exist in the absence of tho legal tender quality is a false position that can not be maintained My answer then must be correct that tho stamp backed by the law makes the bar of gold to be legal tender and its commercial value makes it circulate us 1 Â¬ Â¬ This is incorrect from every stand- Â¬ point Mulhall estimates tho stock of gold in the woild at 8700000000 I give it in round numbers Tho treasurers report for 189 csti matis the gold in monoy in tho world at 1000000000 which would leave 5 100000000 for uso in tho arts About JO per cent then of gold is used in tho oris aud 40 per cent is stamped as money The eecretary cstimatea the gold money fin tfie Unltwl States at J025000000 which would make tho demand for gold for money purpises in the United States about 7 per cent of ita total value Do away with this demand and 02 per cent of its value will J II A pays take the Mimp olT of gold and it los s all vahte Takn every stamp in the world oil of it and 00 per cent of its present vnliin would remain My young fiiend ought nqver resoit to figures to provo his pdnt I told him once bt foiu that lie was not a matht ma 1 Cure for Headache Aa a remedy for nil forma of Headache Llcctric Hitters haa proved to be the very best It effects a permanent euro and the most dreaded habitual sick head aches yield to its inilucnco We urge all who nro afflicted to procuro a bottle and give this remedy n fair trial In eases of Â¬ habitual constipation Electric Bitters curts by giving the needed tono to the bowels and few cases long resist tho use of this medicine Try it once Largo bottles only Fifty cents tit A II Fishers Drug store FALLS OF ROUGH Held over from Iih week Mr week Willis Grien came home Inst monoy Second Is any article whatever money before it receives the stamp of government by authority of law No for you can not force men to take it where it Ii necessary to settle tho dis Â¬ pute between tho debtor and creditor Third Where Ilea the money func- Â¬ tion in tho metal or in the stamp Tho legal tender quality lies in the stamp when needed the other functions lie in tho metal valuo This question as I have before btated is asked with the mistake that the legal tender function is the only function If tho legal tender function is tho only functions and the one from which the others arise then silver certificates and the 50 octagon which aro not legal tenders will not and do not circulate as mouey Fourth I will answer this question No without stating it Fifth What makes tho bullion in a gold dollar worth tho face value of tho coin Ueforo nnsworing this question I proposo to draw the cords so tight WilMiSSMMMMM 1 -- gold J II A denies however that silver Is rech cmed in gold 11 asks whoever heard of the gov Â¬ ernment redeeming silver dollars in goh Where did It P S get his in- Â¬ formation It may be that thero are some things about our monoy system of which my young friend from Paducah Fancy Farm etc has not yet Turn to Coinage Laws and heai Btal tics p 328 compiled by the Senate Flniuca Committee and you will find Mill language from John 0 Carlisle 1 hum ueiumeveriH of uoatonMaja t uavu niwayi aunrrea rrom wiwriicai which S hereditary Scrofula lor many I irlo1 3 varlotu remedial and reliable1 -- pbyilclana but none relieved me After iiamnBO uuiucaui Utnnow well I 5 am TBrr grateful as 1 r ut i al It saved icei me from a Ufa of untold aironv and i take pleasure In f peaking only words of praise for the wonderful medicine a SMI Bcaa ATLANTA j Treallta on Blood ana earn uiteuet mailed free KSWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY M Mr M W Stone went to Fordoville last Snturdiy Mis Sue Mercer was calling on Mrs h L Grcon Tuesday evening A fisherman who took two dozn hot Mr Vasterfield Burton was at the th s labeled Ginger Alu to tho river Falls a few days this week with him aud found that a mistake had Mr Willis Green has on somo nice been made and they contained ginger as goods this w ck new drt ticinn nle sure enough said That is h Mrs Moorman and Mrs Kskridgo wero Tho demand for gold in tho nrta 00 certain guests of Mr Stone Wednesday the per cent and as money 10 per cent A fellow who indorsed a friends note Mr Junius Owen of Louisville is vis- Â¬ for two with the present supply gives the bulhundred and had It to pay said iting his parents Mr nnd Mrs Jesse L lion in the gold dollar Its commercial D d if this aint h sure valuo and as tho face value of the money Owen A dudo who hired a conveyance and Miss Nannie J Green was visiting of account is determined by tho commer- Â¬ rode eight miles into tho country to see cial value of the bullion it follows that Mrs Dr Djinpiter of Rock Vale last his best girl nnd found that she had week the bullion value is the samo as the faco just left with another gentleman said Mrs Green is expecting Mrs Marshall value h I as he drovo away Morris and family of Louisville to visit Thats Whht lespective proportions Sixth Its cold as h aint it bald a shiv Â¬ of value must the stamp and metal valuo her soon ering citizan one morning last winter Now a ia scarco this week as the corres- Â¬ possess in order to form a good dollai Hot ash aint it asked another The stamp has no value it is biraply pondent has bien too busy to go among Saturday morning her neighbors to learn what is going on tho evidence of tho exlsteneo of the The Enterprises anxious correspon Â¬ Messrs Sam Moigan and Lafo Beau metal yalue which is due to tho demand dent can read this list nnd see if any of champ were as usual tho guests of for gold as money nnd in the nrta the definitions given suit his idea of tho It would du a woll to ask what pro Misses Jennio and Bell Davidson Sun state of being and living that constitutes day poition of the auiall pox tho yellow flag a good healthy idea of what hell is It Mr Jake Thomson accideutly got tho hanging at the door has It la only evi is said that in the extreme artio regions dence of the disease- within it ha8 no fingers on his right hand cut ofT where tho thermometer stands at fifty part of the disease and did not give any this week while working tho planer in degrees below zero in dog days tho bad Mr Rays pump factory part of it to the patient little boys and girls who J II A makes a long talk about tho k Mr Jesse Moorman of Glcndcano re Â¬ pantry nud eat up all the break Into the tallow candles turned home from Texas last week appreciation of gold as if that has any that aro being saved Mr desert on Sunday thing to do with tho commercial valuo where he has been for the past year ho are told hat bell is a country so cold of money Ho seems to havo a diarrluei reports times dull out there that an icicle would burn s holo through Mr Sara Major I hear will teach tho its thickest wall Tho nbovn mllrrlinn of worde or in common vernacular a running oh at the mouth with his ideas Falls of Rough school the coining term of expert opinions nro not given in a on tho subject at issue much constipated Mr Major Is a promisingyoung man and spirit of levity but simply with tho de- Â¬ sire to aid a conscientious seeker after Has money commercial value and does will teach the district a good school truth Danvlllo Advocate NTho beautiful and accomplished Miss it need any Wo argued that good money was audi Emma May of Hardinsburg ia an appli Â¬ No as would perform all the functlona of cant for tho Rock Valo school she is a ErpKosoN Ky bright winsome young lady and a good money at nil times and under all condi Lear Sin I always say a good word tions Wo showed in our first article teacher Success to you Miss Emma Wo had a splendid rain this week tho for the Electropoiso whenever I have an that if an article without commercial value be stamped as money it would not ground la too wet for plowing It is also opportunity as I think I owe to my when over issued do money work but too wet to bo comfortable or convenient neigbors and friends to let them know of an nrtiele with commercial valuo when to the harvesters Tho rivor and creeks it Tho doctors are inclined to make fun stamped as a legal tender would at all aro very much flushed and It is to be of me as well as tho Electropoiso for tho hoped that tho clouds will clear awoy stand I take but such evidenco as I have times do tho money work In my next I argued that money with and the raina cease for a little while as of its meiits would ronvinco tho most One instance that I consider out commercial value such as paper there U dtngorof the crops in the low skeptical as remarkable as any other that I have stamped liud qualities which were not bottoms being flooded A certain joung man says a houso I ever seon happened this past spring intrinsic but artiflcal and us thero was no natural barrier to tho supply the Issuo must build all beautiful and cozy a Tho Monday after Easter during that would become so great that it would not homo so sweet with flowers and a neat very cold winter the mon brought a little garden all for my bonnie bride young calf to the houso nearly frozen to do the money work Tho qualities which niako gold and which Is to bo Go slow my friend death put it to the fire and wo all work- Â¬ silver desirablo as monoy and in tho arts dont build the nest or else it may be ed with it from daylight until about 11 are intrinsic and would not be lost if said a house for two was build but only oclock when all hands gave it up The ther wero an indefinite quantity of ouo abide A home for a happy pair froth was running out of its mouth and I attached tho both while th natural barriers prevent but fated to he a lonely bachelors realm it could not swallow an over supply Und cons quent loss of aa thero aro many slips twlxt tl o cup Electropoiso and In a short time it began to show signs of returning vitality and valuo Hence they make nood monoy and the lips Wheat harvesting is the order of the in one hour swallowed milk and sat up I showed that In every instance where paper money had been tried that it had day and tho crop is supposed to bo very aud bleateb and about 4 oclock was out become nduudant and dlsastrious re- Â¬ good in this vicinity Corn is looking in tho yard with ita mother and inside well though lato on account of tho cut of two days was as frisky a little calf as sults had followed worms during the early part of the sea Â¬ No ono who saw tho calf I have shown that paper mouey would son Irish potatoes bid fair to yield a you ever raw not pay International balances and there Â¬ bountiful crop Gardens though late had any hope of ita getting well aud yet fore would not do the money work for a are very good and hard times are scatÂ¬ there aro people foolisin enough to say tered part of our cllisons When such money ply of to tho winds by the generous sup Â¬ that the Electropoiso works its cures by vegetables Fruit is dropping off I would like to ask how is not needed to move the great staples Dully but the trees aro eo over loaded imagination of the country it becotnea redundant and 1 think thero will be a sufllclont quanti- Â¬ much imagination the calf had MKS B II PRYOR after all farm products havo parsed out ty to ripen of tho fanners hands they usually ad Â¬ Mr GT Hughes of Sullivan likewise Somo folks will think that Dr Bells vance lu price then when tho unuey is Pino Tar Honey is no better than the reports good results from this treatment again needed to movo tho farm products Electropoiso rented they dcclino in value because of tho common cough remedies until they try it Then they will know for themselves DUBOIS WEBB scarcity of monoy occasioned by the in Â¬ For sale by 003 IottrlU Avchho creased demand and farmers get low that its the best on earth liOuUvllUt Ky Short Ilayiies Cloverportj Dr R prices Extra values in wall paper We de Â¬ Mtyer A monoy with commercial valuo flows II McMnllin McDaniolsM sire to close out our stock for new goods Co Buraaj A Taylor Rosetta VE away to other countries when not need- Money saved by getting our priecr Brown Irvington Ky A A Richardson Garfield j A It Morris Big Spring Kyj Ikbbagos Cry W 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miles walk in front of him Well this is h I A fanner who had engaged his wheat at sixty cents and saw his neighbor sell his at eighty went in tho house nnd re maikt tl to his son Thats h Apctlpoit that placed twenty dol Â¬ lars by wire ou ono horse and recoived u mefsigi that another had won walked off nnd whispered to himself Thats 1 the added comfort and ease of steering It affords For these we iiave made the Model 36 with 30 Inch steering wheel and call it Model 36a Steel rims only We have only a few of these Special Touring Wheels and prompt ordering Is therefore advisable They aro Bicycle Bargains Consult the Columbia Agent Model 36 a ll Many riders prefer a large front wheel for w 90 m Pope Manufacturing Co Factories and dcncral Offices HARTFORD Conn Bostoa New York Buffalo Providence Chicago San Francisco WM 0 ALLEN Ky Agent for the Columbia and Hartford Bicycles Clovcrport WHEAT ARE THE BEST FERTILIZERS WHEAT GROWERS FOR THE LEAST MONEY THE HORSE SHOE BRANDS BONE FERTILIZERS URlT FAN0S J O f Ono bag por aoro insures good Wheat and Grass drops Writo for oiroular and prices N W FERTILIZING CO Manufacturers UNION STOCK YARDS CHICAGO ILL DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE J M HARPER BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO m F Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILI KY STOCK YARDS Faith Cure A Valuable Find After yeara of study and labor tboro has at last buen discovered a sure and neverfailing remedy It lias been tested on patients who bave despaired of ever being cured the results havo been in every case wonderful GrofTs Rhou matic Cure is unequaled as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute Inflatnatory Rheumatism Gout Lum- Â¬ especially Neuralgia bago Sciatica Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea and all kindred affections It Is also a valu- Â¬ able Blood Purifier being especially use- Â¬ ful in Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all Glandular Enlargements and diseases of the Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely freo from all narcotics Severe attacks are relieved fn from ono to threo days and a positive-- cure effected in from five to eighteen days For sale by A R Fisher Uloverport Ky 1 ty vvavvafvy In 1 means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected Dont play with Natures greatest gift health Poor Health Browns 000000 People Wear out of torn weak ana generally ex hausted neivoui nave 110 appeme 1 muim it mi beirllf Bt onre lak iiynuarctecllnir WOouglasSlioes HAND SEWED 4vT9 PROCESS lC inn r a m 500 400 qZ -- af r BEST I a1 IN THE WORLD Iron Bitters DvsDCDsla lie tuie Dcuern y Will Villlia cry first dose iiic 1 1 wni itatn your niKincmoiitciia Ilv iiciiiiiciiiii mcdicinewhiihU Uiowiii Iron Bit- lTl A lew botf J ilk ileauut I m I lu J J 1H1 take 4 It Cures 350 250 225 Wear W mil aBaaa Clovcrport Kr 200 For Boys f Neuralgia Kidntiv and Liver Troubles Dad Blood Constipation Malaria Womens complaints iilYoillis aitre from ami Nervous aliments v n4 X Douglas itiocs All Mlylea 00 n pair 100 to Itktncr hai IncrcmcJ ailranc Wlillha 1I nuket butInthe qutllty anj print Did cf mice of other V X IlouEla alioea remain the aame Take noiubitUute I Ire that name end price It itimixt il eniole W In Wouglae UlOCKTV Male Sold J O NOLTE Aeslgaee For Men WHHHMHR Get onlv tho eenulne lt his rrrMrit ml lines on tlie wrapper All oihete are tuti- iiuuici uii receipt 01 two jc will arnd act ol Ten DeautMl Fair VKwa anj book free BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MD vw GREGORY WHARFMA8TER8 CL0VERP0RT GO KENTUCKY It takes a rich roan to draw check pretty girl to draw atten j tion a horse to draw a cart a j free lunch to draw a crowd and j an advertisement In the Nuwa j to draw the trade OST IN QUANTITY aaa Alto Wboletale and Retail TJcalcri In BE8TINOUALIT Yellow Pine Flooring and Celling ShlniflM Lathi Lime - Hair Dws Brisk Cewet Saih aird BlIiHto Sole Agest WORMS aad all kinds r BuIMIri Mattrlal for HeNMsteid OrtM MM Fertilizer Mi Trey vermifuge latllaiMaa WHITES CREW FOR SO YEARS lutcuS ik W l I Children for Mel tiwaitalatj M tba twk Pitchers Castorla t Haa Mn4r v tftMT I0TTU IUAMNTO U MX MII4 KUMMM MWiaataa 1 d all WORM tlmmmM J u J 1T u fK mrwilBMni MM 6 i5tjB1HBlHyiLt aa EZTBDKTlPlTlTTirIMMMnrj iia a A - J IL III ymjfTayiiiHiryj -- Ji NBLW nT--i- 7 w XKU Highest of all In Leavening Power Latest U S BKELOKElNRIDaBl around my voung friond that It will bo Impossible for him to extricate himself He contends that monoy has but one kind of value and does not need any other kind that conferred by the stamp its legal Under nlun its face vattin or whatever ho may call It For hu piijb If wo suppose gold Is not lecul tender ltd value Is lost Tho valuo conferred by tho stamp then is all the vnluo it has Ho denies that money lias any real or commercial value This ono value legal face or what- Â¬ ever nnno ho chooses to give it ho cays is fixed and arbitrary and never changes yet In his last article he tells us that thu present unit of value money of account has during tho past twenty five years appreciated in vaue at the rate of 2 per cent per annum so that a dollar twenty fivo jcurs ngo is now worth 1 02 jet he says that money has but one value that conferred by the stamp and this is fixed and never changes I am free to admit my inability to un derstand such logic If he would nloV monoy to have renl or commercial value independent of its legal or faco value I could seo how his 1000 debt could remain constant while the gold in which he pajs it by reason of thu increased demand for it in tho arts and for money purposes has wonderfully increased in commercial valuo so that it takes one third more of human toll to procure the gold necessary to pay the debt J II A will not admit that money has real or commercial value but that its valuo is artificial therefore ho is estopped from making such argument What makes tho bullion in a gold dollar worth the face value of the coin J 11 A Eays the demand for gold by tho world for money purposes gives gold about 05 per cent of its value there- Â¬ fore ho concludes that the stamp gives the gold its value and if tho stamp were removed that gold would become worth- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tolOVRlRFOGRT KY Govt Report ivy Breckenridge ABSOLUTELY PURE News Powder Standard lilvcr dollars coined under tho act of 1870 hnrc been exchanged for gold or paper redeemed In gold from 1878 to tho WEDNESDAY JULY i 1803 present timo Still my benighted friend pretnds to know something about the money qu s Hon 7 It may bo that Carlisle docs not know how thn treasury is run J II A says that tho government is not redeeming silver dollars in gold yet COMMERCIAL Carlisle says In tho same book pnge HAVE MUST 832 That from November 1 1E03 to VALUE TO MAKE IT GOOD Juno lUtli 1801 thero worn 1205759 MONEY standard silver dollars redtemed in ed nnd prevents llio rise of prlco for WHAT IS HELL tho speculator and when needed it flown back to this country so you sea Hint such money in mora tattle and regulates A Few Choice Illustrations of the il ell Frequent Uie of the J II A Matted out by Baying that all Word authors are ngaint thn Idea of commer Â¬ I havo quoted cial valuo In money some twenty economists who favor it In thn Lebanon Enterprise of last Fri Â¬ and Wnlkor says all economists favor it day a correspondent earnestly oks He has never given us a word lino or What Is Hull 7 Thero has been such sen ten co fiom an economist who opposes a variety of definitions given In reply to commercial valuo iu money Ho says this question nnd to many heard every monoy does not havo it and does not day that it does seem strango that the need it and that all authors who teach anxious inquirer should havo any diffi Â¬ yMMMWiMmmm 1 Model oLUMBlrf ji f i t 1 For Tourists For Heavy weight Riders QX J3 1 MONEY gold It may bo that J II A knows 7 y Ths Stamp Says R P S Has No Valuo It Is Simply tho my young friend you sit down and write Dan W Vorhees of Washington D C a letter and ask him to 6end you Coin ago Laws and Statistics It will not cost you any thing and inform yourself on 1 the present management of the finances Evidenco of tho Exlstonce of tho of this country and perhaps you v i then be competent to write on this ques Metal Valuo Due to Tho Quit redeeming silver dollars in tion gold and they will go to 50 cents then the stamp of the government will not hold them up to gold or above their Quit redeeming sll For It As Money and in the Arts commercial value ver certificates In silver and they will go to almost zero in value Then it is clear that without commercial value money Gold and Silver Make Good Money would become worthless ard would not Bcrve as a medium of exchange Becauso of Their Intrinsic I shall again apswer my friends qncH lions although I havo answered soino of Valuo He has now them two or three times told us what a legal tender is and I wanted him to tell us whether or not an And Demand for Both Monoy and article could perform tho other functions of money without being a legal tender In the Arts but ho evaded the question by pretend ing that ho 111 not understand What made that bar of gold to bo money to Paper Monoy to Be Good Must bo legal tender His answer Is the stamp backed by tho Be Backed by Either Gold My answer is the stamp backed law or Silvor by the law made it a legal tender and ils commercial valuo enabled it to perform I hold that an the other functions article may perform all the oilier func- Â¬ IT WONT GO UNLESS IT IS tions of money and not be a legal tend r as tho silver i erliflcatc that it way la legal tender and not perform any of the IIaiuhnsiiuho Ky June 2th 1893 other functions for it may hecoino Mit EniToit As my friend lins written worthless as much of the colonial mom y two nrticlcs since lie said that lie would did My friend holds that money mid close with two more I shall endeavor hi legal tender are synonymous terms eo this ray last article not to Introduce any that whatever is a legal binder is money now matter but to restate tlio question nnd whatuvtris money is legal tender and the propositions on which 1 rely to Nothing can bo legal tender without suttain my position There is but ono being money and nothing can bo money unless it is u lcgil tender quiation between J II A and myself Ho holds that the article on which tho Ho pays in a previous article that tho go eminent places its stamp to make legal tender function is the supnmo mt loy does not and need not have any function from which all other functions The legal tender function then coii mercial valuo whatever to perforin arise confers all the functions of money upon any or all tho functions of money While I hold that it docs not need an article and whatever is a legal tender coiimercial valuo to perform tho legal is money in every particular tei ler functions but to perform the Whatever definition appie3 to hgal oil -- r functions store of value medium tender also applies to money Ilesiya of scliange scale of value and measure A legal tender is that by the presenta of eferred payments it musthavo com tion of which I can compel my creditor to release me from debt mticial value Money then according to his logic is My friend holds that tho legal tender function is the supreme function in that by the presentation of which I can wl ch all the other functions originate compel my creditor to release me from ami from which they flow then thero debt Then his statement In answer to my can be no other functions in tho absence question that silver certiflcatis circuluto of the legal tender function J II A a writings thenmust prove that as monoy is fasle for they are not hgal mo iey can not do its work In any par tenders and as tho other functions arise tifi lar unless it havo tho legal tender from this one it follows that they would function He has completely failed to not and do not circulate as money runko out his case It is very apparent then to ono ol has not given us a line to show that ordinary intelligence that J II As posi- Â¬ tin other functions of money arlso from tion that a legal tender is money and the legal tender function nor has he that all the functions of money arise Bhrwn us that tho other functions can from this ono nnd can not ixist in the not exist without the legal tender func- absence of tho legal tender quality is a Ho has labored long and loud to false position that can not bo maintained tion show that money need not havo Intrinsic My answer then must be correct that value but not a lino has ho written not tho stamp backed by the law makes the a proof has ho adduced not author has bar of gold to be legal tender and its he quoted to show that money need not commercial value makes it circulate as Domand Â¬ lo Â¬ commercial value I granted in the beginning of the debate that money need not have intrinsic value unless I Bhould be permitted to use that word in the sense of commercial value I grant ed in tho beginning that an article need not have commercial valuo to be a legal tender that tho stamp backed by tho law was all that was needed to mako it a legal tender Yet my friend has taken up much timo and space to provo these two propositions Now let us see what proofs I have given to show that an article will perÂ¬ form the other functions of money without being a legal tender and what proofs that monoy to servo as a measuro of alue medium of exchange btoro of value or measuro of deferred payments must have commercial value My friend admits that silver certificates perform all tho functions of money even to paying debts although they are not legal tenders The 150 octagon pcrfoims all the func- Â¬ tions of monoy yet it has not oven tho stamp of the government and is not a legal tender My friend says that because I favor tho free coinage of silver that I favor a fifty cent dollar then silver dollars not witlistanding they are legal tenders would not be worth but 50 cents were tlwy not redeemed by tho treasurer in Â¬ hao money Second Is any article whatever money before it receives the stamp of government by authority of law 7 No for you can not force men to Uko it where it ii necessary to settlo the dis puto between tho debtor and creditor Third Where lies the money func- tion in tho metal or in tho stamp 7 Tho legal tender quality lies in tho stamp when needed tho other functions lie in tho metal value This question as I havo before btated is asked with tho mistake that tho legal tondcr function is the only function If tho legal tender function is tho only functions and tho ono from which tho others arise then silver certificates and tho 30 octagon which are not legal tenders will not and do not circulate- - as money Fourth I will answer this question No without stating It Fifth What makes tho bullion in a gold dollar worth tho faco valuo of tho coin 7 Before answering this question I propose to draw tho cords so tight MMMJiiii ZZ s gold II A denies however redeemed in gold 11 i J that silver is asks whoever heard of the gov Â¬ ernment redeeming silvor dollars in goh 7 Where did It P S get his in formation 7 It may be that there aro soma things about our money system of which my young friend from IVducah Fancy Farm etc has not yet Turn to Coinage Laws and heai I BUI ties p 328 compiled by the Senate Fiamoa Committee and you will find thl language from John O Carlisle Uuw Della8teY0naof Doaton writes Ibave always eudrrod from 5S hereditary Scrofula for which I tried 5S various remedies nnd man rcllihlx physician but none relieved me After tailing oDoiuea oi I am now well I am very grateful to you as I feel that It oared me from a life of untold agony and ball take tileasuro In sneaUlnir onlw wnr1 oi prio lur mo wonuenui medicine ana la recommending It to all mm xr Mass elKSSH i- m Treatise ana win uiseatea nailed free on Blood Cured OA to take a commencement girl out riding ono afternoon last week drove up in a ouggy and sho told him ho would have Cure for Headache less As a remedy for nil forms of Headache to get a phaeton that her mamma didnt This is incorrect from every Etand Electric Hitters has proved to bo the allow her to rid j in a buggy with gentle- Â¬ point very best It effects a permanent euro men All the phaetons in town were Mulhall estimates tho stock of gold in and tho most dreaded habitual sick head hired As ho left tho last stable he tho world at 8700000000 I give it In aches yield to its influence We urge all breathed the magic words This is h 1 round numbers A well known bicycle rider ran Into a who aro afllicted to procure a bottle nnd The treasurers report for 1894 sti give this remedy a fair trial In eases of buggy whilo coasting down a hill eight matifl the gold in monoy in the world at habitual constipation Electric Bitters miles from town nnd broke his front 1000000000 which would leave 5 cures by uivlug tho needed tone to the wheel iutoHxteen pieces Ho got up 100000000 for uso in the arts About bowels nnd few cases long resist tho use blushed sixteen inches of useless hide 00 per cent then of gold is used in tho of this medicine Try it once Largo from his shirt sleeve and remarked as arts and 40 per cent is stamped as money bottles only Fifty centa at A 11 Fishers ho thought of tho bight miles walk in Tho eecretary estimates tho gold money front of him Well this is It Drug store in the Uulted States at 025000000 A farmer who bad engaged his wheat which would make tho demand for gold at sxty ceuts and saw his neighbor sell FALLS OF ROUGH for money purposes iu the United States his at eighty went in tho houso and re Held over fntm Iih week about 7 per cent of its total value markt d to his son Thats h Mr Willis Green came homo lust Do avay with this delimit and 92 per AlocUypoit that placed twenty dol- Â¬ week cent of ils value will rem iii lars by wire on ono horse and recoived Mr M W Stono went to Fordaville J II A cays take the Han p ofT of gold a mefsigi that another had won walkod f aturd ty and it loses all value Taki every stamp last off nnd whispered to himself Thats Mis Sue Mercer was calling on Mrs In the world oil of it an I 03 per cent of h L Orcon Tuesday evening Its present vnlun would remain A fisherman who took two dozn bot Mr Vasterfleld Ilurton was at the My young fiicnd miht never resoit to ths labeled GlncerAlu to tho river figures to provo his pdnt I old him Falls n few dajs this week with him and found that n mistake had Mr Willis Green has on some nice once In foiu that ho was not a uiathtma been made and they contained ginger new dr as goods this wcik ttcian ale sure enough taid That is h Mrs Moorman nnd Mrs Eskridgo were Tho demand for gold in the arts GO certain the guests of Mr Stone Wednesday per cent and as money 10 per cent A fellow who indorsed a friends note Mr Junius Owen of Louisville is vis- Â¬ with the present supply gives the bulfor two hundred nnd had it to pay said lion in the gold dollar its commercial iting his parents Mr and Mrs Jesse L v u n tuls aint li sure value and as the faco value of the money Owen A dudo who hired n conveyance and Miss Nanuio J Green was Alsiting of account U determined by the commer- Â¬ rode eight miles into tho country to see cial value of tho bullion it follows that Mrs Dr Djmp iter of Rock Vale last his best girl and found that she had the bullion value is the samo as the face week just left with another gentleman said Mrs Green is expecting Mrs Marshall value Thats h I ns he drovo away Morris and family of Louisville to vist Sixth Wliit lospectivo proportions Its cold as h aint It ald a shiv Â¬ of value must the stamp and metal valuo her soon ering citizsn ono morning last winter News is scarce this week as the corres- Â¬ possess in order to foini n good tlullai Hot os h aint it 7 asked unothor The stamp has no value it is simply pondent has been too busy to go among Saturday morning her neighbors to learn what is going on the evidenco of tho existeuco of the Tho Enterprises anxious correspon- Â¬ Messrs Sam Moigan and Lafe Beau metal ynlue which is due to tho demand dent can read this list and see if any of champ were as usual tho guests of for gold as money and in the arts the definitions given suit It would do a well to ask what pro Misses Jeunlo and Bell Davidson Sun state of being nnd living his idea of tho that constitutes of the small pox tho yellow flag day poition a good healthy idea of what hell is It Mr Jake Thomson accideutly got tho hanging at tho door has It Is only eviis said that in tho extreme artlo regions dence of tho dlseaso within it has no fingers on his tight hand cut ofT where tho thermometer stands at fifty part of the disease and did not givo any this week while working tho planer in degrees below zero in dog days the bad Mr Rays pump factory part of it to the patient little boj sand girls who break into tho J II A makes a long talk about tho K j ur jesso Moorman oi uiencloano re Â¬ pantry nud eat up all the tallow candles appreciation of gold as if that has any- turned home from Texas last week that aro being sayod fdr desert on Sunday thing to do with tho commercial valuo where ho has been for tho past year ho are told hat hell is u country so cold of money Ho seems to havo a diarrhiet reports times dull out there that an icicle would burn a holo through Mr Sara Major I hear will teach tho its thickest wall of worde or iu common vernacular n Tho above collection running ofTat the mouth with his ideas Falls of Rough school the coming term of expert opinions aro not given in a Is a promising young man and spirit of levity but simply with the do on the subject at issue much constipated Mr Major sire to aid a conscientious seeker after Has money commercial valuo and does will teach the district a good school MTho beautiful nnd accomplished Miss truth Danvillo Advocate it need any 7 Wo argued that good money was such Emma May of Hardinsburg is an appli Â¬ as would perform all tho functions of cant for tho Rock Vale school she is a Epperson Ky bright winsome young lady and a good money at nil times and under nil condi Dear Sin I always say a good word tions Wo showed in our first article teacher Success to you Miss Emma Wo had a splendid rain this week tho for the Electropoiso whenever I havo an that If on article without commercial vnluo be stomped as money it would not ground is too wot for plowing It is also opportunity as I think I owo to my when over Issued do money work but too wet to bo comfortablo or convenient nefgbors and friends to let them know of nu article with commercial value when to the harvesters Ilia river and creeks it Xio doctors are Inclined to make fun stamped as a legal tender would at all are very much flushed and it is to bo of ine as well as tho Electropoiso for the hoped that tho vlouds will clear awny staud I take but such evidenco as I have times do the money work In my next I argued that money with and the rains cease for a little while as of its merits would ronvlnco the most One instance that I consider out commercial value such as paper there U dinger of the crops in the low skeptical as remarkable as any other that I have stamped had qualities which were not bottoms bvilng flooded Acertuln joung man says a houso I ever seen happened this past spriug Intrinsic but nrtlfical and as thero was no natural barrier to tho supply the issuo must build all beautiful and ceiy a Tho Monday after Easter during that would become so great that it would not homo so sweet with flowers and a neat very cold winter the men brought a little garden all for my bonnlo bride young calf to tho houso nearly frozen to do tho money work Tho qualities which mako gold and which is to bo Go slow my friend death put it to the fire and wo all work- Â¬ silver desirablo as monoy and in tho arts dont build the nest or olse it may be ed witli it from daylight until about 11 are intrinsic nnd would not be lost if eaid a houSe for two was build but only oclock when all hands gave it up Tho there were an indefinite qnautity of ono abide A homo for a happy pair froth was running out of its mouth And both while the natural barriers prevent but fated to be a lonely bachelors realm it could not swallow I attached the an over supply und consequent loss of as thero aro many slips twixt tl o cup Electropoiso and in a short time it began to show eigns of roturning vitality and value Hence they make good monoy and the lips Wheat harvesting is the order of tho in one hour swallowed milk and sat up I showed that In every Instance where paper money had been tried that it had day and tho crop is supposed to bo very and bleateb and about 4 oclock was out become ndundant and disastrous ro- - good in this vicinity Corn is looking in tho yard with Its mother and inside well though late on account of tho cut of two days was as frisky a littlo calf suits had followed as worms during the iarly part of Â¬ I have shown that paper money would son Irish potatoes bid fair to tho seaa you ever raw No one wIiomw the calf yield not pay international balances and there Â¬ bountiful crop Gardens thougli late had any hope of Ita getting well and yet are very good and hard times are scat- Â¬ there aro people foolisin enough to say fore would not do the money work for a tered to the winds by tho part of ourcttlxons Wlieu such monoy nly of vegetables Irult isgenerous sup that the Klectropotso works ita cures by dropping oil is not needed to move the great staples bully but the trees aro eo over loaded Imagination I would like to ask how oi llie country it becomes redundant and 1 think thero will be a sufficient quanti- Â¬ much imagination the calf had 7 MRSB IIFRYOR after all farm products havo parsed out ty to ripen of tho farmers hands they usually ad Mr Q T Hughes of Sullivan likewise Some folks will think that Dr Bells van co in price then when tho money is reports good results from this treatment again needed to movo the farm product Fino Tar Honey is no hotter than the Electropoiso rented common cough remedies until thoy try they decline in value because of the it Then they will know for themselves DUBOIS WEBB scarcity of monoy occasioned by the In Â¬ creased demand nnd farmers got low that its the beet on earth For sale by 509 toHrtk AvettHc liOuHvllle Ky Short Haytiw Cloverport Dr R prices Extra values in wall paper We de Â¬ McDanlelsjM Meyer A money with commercial valuo flows II McMullin Co Buna A Taylor Itosetta W E sire to close oat our stock for new good Â¬ 1 1 1 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho truth teach that money does not need commercial value but Mill he nevir quotes from an author who co teaches In my last article I gave tho history of paper money and show ed from tho history of it in overy country in which it had been tried that it had failed to do the money work and In overy instance had brought wreck and ruin upon tho government and people J II A quibbles about the word intrinsic claiming that I have retreated from my position when from the begin- Â¬ ning J havo rejected the word unless I should bo permitted to use it as many authors do in tho sense of commercial value In conclusion if J II A should feel that I havo in this article so batter ed his position that he must reply I would like for him to repeat his definition to legal tender and by tho sido of it state whether or not an a liclo without tho stamp will servo as n medium of ex- Â¬ change r presentatlvo of valuo or measure of deferred payments If ho will answer this question in tho affirmative then the whole question is settled for if money will do this work without the stamp these functions do not nriso from the legal tender function and money must have commercial value and I shall not feel that I should writo any more It P S Â¬ culty whatever in getting an answer that would suit his own ideas Wo never as a rule accept definitions or replies that do not conlorm to our own views nny way But this is not the question For j tho benefit of this voice from tho wilder in sa of uncortalntv tho Ponciler will W furnish a few solutions to tho query and from tho array ho can select tho one that best ases his mind upon the burning no attempt at n pun when we say burn- Â¬ ing issue During tho commencement festivities a student who had an engagement to take a girl to n party and hadnt threo dollars with which to hire ajiack look- Â¬ ed out into the night and saw the rain coming down in torrents This is h 1 95 V GT- rf-- t - capablo Model THE carrying 3d is an ideal touring machine to stand heavy luggage and guaranteed ho said At ono of tho precinct meetings Sat- Â¬ urday afternoon a local politician whose candidate got it in tho neck was heard to mutter beneath his breath Well up under the most severe usage The tourist may coast in perfect safety for the band brake is the most effective brake ever applied to a bicycle To the class of conserva- Â¬ tive riders and men of heavy weight this machine will particularly commend itself for the additional comfort and feeling of absolute safety which it ensures Built late lit the aenson of 1894 and thoroughly la equipment te thisish 1 A middle aged gentleman going homo tho other night dropped a small package There was a sound of broken glass nnd a smell of a spilled whisky He stopped and contemplated the wreck for a moÂ¬ Model 36 a Many riders prefer a large front wheel for kP E the added comfort and ment A gritted his teeth 1 and hiesed ease of steering it affords For these we have made the Model 36 with 30 Inch steering wheel and call It Model 36a 90 Steel rims only Well this is h young man who had an engagement We have only a tew of these Special Touring Wheels and prompt ordering la therefore advisable They are 1tl Bicycle Bargains Consult the Columbia Agent Pope Manufacturing Co Factories and deneral Offices HARTFORD Conn Dostoa New York Buffalo Providence Chlcazo San Pranclico ITOITOOTTOTOITOM WM 0 ALLEN Ky Agent for the Columbia and Hartford Bicycles Cloverport WHEAT iOB50 ARlT ARE THE BEST FERTILIZERS WHEAT GROWERS THE LEAST MONEY FOR THE HORSE SHOE BRANDS BONE FERTILIZERS Ono bag por aoro insures good Whoat and Grass Crops Writo for circular and prices N FandS J 0 BOURNE W FERTILIZING CO Manufacturers UNION STOCK YARDS CHICAGO ILL DANIEL BROOKS J M HARPER BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CO Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE BOURBON HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILI F STOCK YARDS KY No Faith Cure A Valuable Find After yenra of study and labor thero lias at last boen discovered a Bure and neverfailing romedy It lias been tested on patients who Lave despaired of ever being cured the results havo been In every case wonderful GrofTs Rheu- Â¬ matic Curo iu unequaled as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acuto Inflamatory Rheumatism Gout Lum-Â¬ especially bago Sciatica Neuralgia Ovarian Neuralgia Dysmenorrhea nud all kindred affections It Is also a valu- Â¬ able Rlood lurifler being especially use- Â¬ ful iu Eczema Psoriasis Scrofula all Glandulai Enlargements and diseases of the Liver and Kidneys It is absolutely freo from all narcotics Severe attacks aro relieved fn from ono to threo days and a positive cure effected in from five to eighteen days For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky 1 fin 1 1 Poor co mncli mnm tlioniV you imagine serious andx rfnfril rlispncpc rpciilf frnm trifling ailments neglected Don t olav with Nature s rmrani I Vi 1 greatest gift health Browns 000000 People Wear WOouglasSlioes HAND SEWED PROCESS 500 4oo tnn jt OSW MmsT t IN THE BEST Iron Bitters F fntltvf Iam II xmiaefetllnc out of aoruweak and generally ex hauiud tieivoui liave no aunctllc and cant uoik uegm ai once ink- me me moil leua Me itrenfilhcniiici t WORLD jBteirt 350 250 225 For Ken Wear W mill lex ancl All 4uu 250 200 175 For Bojs aniyentbs Wljlea and wcnirinenniinia Iron Bit lew half ties rure benefit comes front the erv first iljse i nwai iUIh tilth and fur li Ilcuasl u take lliouul tT A It Cures Dyspepsia Neuralgia Kidney and Liver Troubles 4 Malaria Womens complaints Nervous ailments ftAf TfiAf uium v lucrcuitj Width Ibe ailranc InthItatbtr huand price Ilia 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